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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger Jun 29, 1906

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 ItoGISLATIVB ASSEMBLY-  .W*^  Daily  VOL.,2  FRIDAY  JllBC  190G  PRICE FIVE CENTS  ������������������!*>  IMDICTEO FOR  IU  FIRST DEGREE  S*  New  York,   June    2S.���������Harry  K������m-  dal  Thaw   was   indicted    today     lot-  murder    in tho   first dcfii-co   for .the.  killing of    Stafford    White last Mou  day  night.':..on .Madison   Hoof   Oar-  den.   His  wii'o  Evelyn Ncsbitl Thaw  appeared    us ' n   witness   before   the  grand jury,  but  begged to be excused from  giving   testimony.   Wh������   was  trsaUid  with every consideration   by  Assistant   District   Attorney   Oarvan  and by  the   jurors  who did not   insist    that   she   should   answer *   any  tjuestions.     Thaw   will  plead    1o  tho  tndiituient   ini'omt    tonionow.     N������  Ume   will" tie set   Tor Alio trial until  District    Attorney      Jerome   returns  to the   city next   week.    Ju tha mean  time  witnesses  hu\c   been  summoned  to appear   mJ .1 olm Doe proceedings  at the    Distiu.i"  attorneys  oflice' to  help the  latter  to  Irnme   his      presentation    ol   tho   ease     The  , grand  jury's consideration  of    'be case was  brief, and  followed a  peilum tory in'  quest .before a coroner*,   nuy    Which.  heard the  testimony    01  several   eye  witnesses . to  the   tragedy,   and  rendered a formal lord.et    that   White's  death    had been      caused by    Thaw.  The Latter calmly listened   to the tes  timony,  and" while  th<-   i'ir>   was .out  ho chatted    with   bis  ������o .nsol  and   a  policeman' sitting   ncn',   laughing   a-  loud   ut  one1 si aye  oi   trM   conversation.     When' the jury' had   completed  .its verdict- -Thaw was. i-Mouimitted'  ro the Tombs without |..ul. His indictment was announced soon "afterward.  Mrs. Thaw following her appearance before the grunrt jury, crossed  the Bridge of Sigiis, and entered the  city prison to see' her husband.  Thoy tailed together ior a - long-  while,   anil   when   ilis,   Thnw   finally  " attempted    to leave the   groat gran-  UDiSMHH  LOStS Bt  8N������ RUM  The -Naaawiio Herald gives the following account 01 yesterday's baseball game iu that city:       ,    ���������"  ' in, ii "sensational liiiish, th|b tipstbah  game   between    the .Ladysmith     aft"  .N'linaiuio   clerks' .-rc-iulted< in a   ,'win  ,'i'or tlie local* boys 'by, the score   ol  10 to 14. ' -  *��������� Owing to having to travel overland by stage tho visitors did not  aiuve un the scene until nearly foui  o'clock, and after a little delay the  game was set in motion.  Aluir and  Clark were the battery  for  the    'visitors,   while   Calderheao  and-Graham and   Galloway dud   the  w ork for. Nanahuo.  Tho. locals succeeded' iu getting  throe ^uns- ucross the plate in th<  first ginning on bits by Graham and  Galloway > assisted by several juicj  errors on the pafrt, ot" the v isitors'  infield..    .,  One lone tally was made in. the stx  ond, but it was in the fourth inning when .Nanaimo had her love  ten ft: Eight runs, just thiol.: of it  Kight men weaving the local colors  tupped home in the fatal inning,  trunefonming a I_adj smith lead oi  8-i into a Xatiaimo one, ol 12-tt.  Addiag two more to their total' in  the sixth and .one more in the  eighth gave   the locals a safe lead.  Thi visitors made & good start by  tallying tvvic*. in the first inning.  This was followed up in' the seco.i'd,  Jwii������u a tliiw bagger by Morrison,  ���������inglea by Akenhead and - Kicbards,  'and two juicy eriors netted < theui  four   ruw.- ->'    ', /  - The next was a'shut out. Several  mostly errors netted two more funs  in the fourth, and ia the next four  innings there "was' nothing doing.-  .At the t()niniencemeatot" thenintb  inning -with the score lo to 8 i������  their  favor,    everything  seemed rosj  SSI ELLERIC WILL  LOAD SACKED COAL  ���������%. 4--*-  Will Also Take on 500,000 Feet  of Lumber for the Norths  Viken Leaves Sat*  Thfe big steamship Klleric, ('apt  .1 o .e  oi   two ofhrcis are a,nioiii2.  Ihoir  1 indlay,  arrived in port last     e>rn- who intend  leaving 1ho ship bore and  inr from Uuymar, Mexico.    She     is ������-<une will  picceed .it   nice to     then  one   of the     Andrew Weir line,  and homes in  lin^lanl  .'lis is her first call into fins   port       Allhiiitgh tlie Kllcnc app.ais   when  Ilie vessel was due here on Monday lr^hl, to le, one oT i.ne laigesl ships  evening li.sl, but was delayed   until to call    here     lor a long time,   sh.-  yesterday.    Owing to the delay there e rues but  jeii   little inoie,  if any,  was   some   trouble caused regarding than the     Teije Vikien, which is v  at.  the'ship's charter, but this, however, piesenl lo-wliiie,. coal heie foi 'Frisco  h. s apparently been adjustc-d, an 1 the 'Hie Elleiic i\ nairowoi then the \ i-  ship will    take on about 3,5fi   tons I en, and bei" flaring aftn decks  eV.e  oi sacked coal  for Nome.     She  will h r an    apjeaiancc     of    UNrig nuch  .i\s0 take n������rth about 500,000 feet of d.epri  Ihnii she ically  is    Her   ton  lumber,    which    will     probably     le uagc  is  m tile  ncii^Ii .< rli. oil  of fi.OOO  brought from New Westminster    and tons. e  tpaidtvl onto the vessel here. I    The Teije  Vikteii will likely     leave  Numerous members of the crew   of port on Saturday evening next, as it  tlie S S.   Klleric   are rejoicing   over is. expect oil that  she  will  be   lovded  the fact that today their term of en- b\  that time. ���������  ltslment  expires,  and  tlioy  will     he      S  S   Henrietta is in .il   the   local  fiee'to journey wh.t*e t������������y will   Sev- .vvhaives today, having come up iioin  eial engineers,  hremfn, a  mate,  nn.l C rot ton foi  |,.sn\er coal  IU building, she found hei  ������aj   block   fm. lh(i ioulls     But they came  wlth-  ed by  the   largest  crowd,   the   police  say.   thnt    has  evr-i    aaiheiecl    ahou  the structure  Reserves Irom niun> pieuncis had  to l>e sent out and they dually clear  ed the awy for her.  Stan-ford White was buned today  with simple ccienion.v at SI .fames  Long Island, whei-e ho had ������ sunimcr  hqtno. The .services uoio hold in  St. James Episcopal climdi and the  interment was- made in the giave  yard surrounding the edilit<> In tho  opinion of the phj&uian who pciiorr^  *1 the autopsy am. White's bodj the  lite of the architect was pionWiiced  to b������ not moic than two joais He  wan found to be suliei mg from incipient tubeicolsi*!, and fioin fatty  degencra'ioM  mi tho livoi  Thnw sent a letter to������..i> to W'm-  ���������������������eiock, ricsidcnt of the Society  for tho prevention ,,.��������� --._������_ sa.vjmg  that he discovered a letter which  it would be advisable for Mr Coin-  stock to see An apjcnl < ailed ,but  was not perm11 ted to see Thaw H  was said that iIk> agent on Mr Com  6tock   might  see Thaw   tomorrow.  When Mrs, Thaw appeared uclor*  tho grand' jury and requested to be  -excused from, testifying the jury  took the vi������w that for the purpose  of an indict nlent lior ��������� evidence-. was  not necessary.  KEFUSETO  GIVE LICENCE  m an ace Of, receiving . a rude awakening So many errors did the Xa..  nnimo boys .make that with onl>  one safe hit the visitors worked sis  runs across the plate - With two  men down, the score 15 to 1-1, a  man on first and Miehio at bat, a  chance presented itself to tie the  score, but Muir made an attempt to  steal second but was caught m the  act, and the side was retired and  the game   lost.  The following was the.  liae up     ol  the  respective  teams.-  NO ARREST IN  RENTON CASE  Seattle, dune 28.,.��������� According io  statements made,, by Deputy Prosecuting Attorney CI. F. Vanderieei,  who condueird the case at the in-  qn������st aiid has been in .touch _w ith all  Jrecent dev^lopements, it is entirely  unlil ely that a"hy arrest will follow  on the -wotk of the committee ol  Keoitoii citi/ens appointed at a mass  tneating-in the mining town to wives  tig&te' wtoutever evidence was pio-  curgble in connection with the minder of Klsie MUtiuft Alay 20.  'FRISCO IN  3 YEARS  Tilie Seat tie " P -I." says 'I ho dcs>-  tio.vod city of San Francisco will \te  lebmlt within tiiree >enis and oru:  ibing is rcitain that the Mfw struc-  tuies pu.t up t.he.ic-will, he- -erected  pro]M>riy and honestlv."  This is tlie statement made last,  night by Frank _J CiilbielJi, a pio  ini/ient Eastern contiactor, who is  c. > n.s ti uc ting the Seattle Elcctnc  Company's Georgetown buildings and  who has itist letuined ftom a visit  to  the destroyed city.  ������������������Ninetv-five   \ai   cent    ol*  the   ties-  BE \  f--.  BY JULY 6IH.  ���������-%.^-���������������  Work on the government road is  piogrcssing well despite the iucleni-  miL weal her which h.is prevailed eu-r  since the: conimeucenicnt of work, a������vi  Forc-iuaii Trudell s'.iy.s while the roud  will not be completed by Hi- end of  the month, ,is he h.ud at lust liopcd,  he thinks it will be mi shape bv the  tiih, ui j/erha|is  be-foic.  'I'm nie.i aie at present woi..in������,  and have leached the second tiack,  within ahout a hundnid vaids ol  where- the aPpioach fin ihe jiroposed  new whan v\ill conuncncc 'Ihe ioa.1  has a good, easy gia<le all tlie way,  and is well di.iiined and levelUd li  will, liowcici, need gravel I of oie being used at any great cxt-ejit, .-ni  thus fai, no instructions have |,cen  giv-in .Mi. Ti iwlcll ie gravelling li  the ������iavel is put on at onte, it  sho ild make an excellent nadway,  but a it is allowed to lemain until  tall in its piesctit soft condition it  would bo badly cut up after but little use.  DYING NURSE  WEDDS.  BROWN GETS  FIVE DAYS FOR  CONIEMPT 6f COURT  Provincial  Officci   Gassidy  too!,     a  prisoner   named   Iliinvn,   eolorad,     to  victoria   this   inoiniiig  vvho  had 1 eeii  .'.eiiteuced   by  .rudgc Harrison   to     a  teim  of   live  days for  contempt     of  court. ���������  Some time ago an ordei li.ud  hccii    issued    by  the coutt enjo nuig  liO'.vn  to  pay  in #?r������ain  monay/s    in  he cac.e   of  Hi own  vs    Scobl,     and  .kjvji had   failed    1j3 complv    vi h  he older,   with  the above result  'Ihe Indian ane-sted hy Oflicer C'n.  std\   foi   beino- drunk  was HneJ  ^S 00  nd costs and allowed to go, by .U.s-  lu-e Stewart.    Dining the chase    |>y  \lr   Cassicly, puoi  to the airesl, the  ledian    lost    his    watch   and  chain,  a Inch was later  picked up by  Mi   12  I larke,  uiul    returned  to  the   o.vnei  this  morning  Ouo    of  "-Hie sa'lors off  the   Tf.jc  < 1'iCn was airestrd this  mcvninp, and  > o.i������ht up  Lcfore Justice    Shews.! i,  rthen  he  Wtis  fined five dollais     r u I  dsi.s foi  being drunk and disordcily  Pent I'M ward, .N ,V , June 2!).-  \\ ith his btnic lving in bed danget-  oi'siy ill of uphold level and hare  1\ ahli4 to lift hei voice ahuve a  wliispei", Chailes W .loncs, ol White  hall, N V" was named to Aliss i\Ln-  i;,iiel c.. Rlillei, a tiaihed nui.se, bin  ol a wealUiv and r|.tominenl familj  oi \lonHeal Hoi temperature was  JO l     degiees,    utid  fearing  that she  Tacoirm, .lime 2!).���������The saloon im-  siness in Tacoma i.s in a critical-situation. The police and license committee of -the city  council   steadfast-  JSannmto  I'os  IjadysrniTh  Graham  2b  llichie  Ait ken  lb  Akeabead  Chiswell  1 t  Dier.  Bei-gfion  !   1  Campbell  Wilkinson  (   I  Adam  Galloway  C  Clarke.  CaklcrhciHl  P   .  Muir  .Gerhartl ...  s.s.  Morrison  niunclell -  ab.  Richard-.  .   Tlie  scoie  by  innings.  Xnnaimo   .  X  J   0 8  U  o  01    ���������1.'������  Hits  <*  3   0 5  1  o  0 1    ���������12  Ladysmith.  .2  '1   4  4  0  0 0 G���������14  Hits  o  Si  a o o  iminarj  t  0  2 0  1��������� 9  it. not veiy much, if any, mat-eiial  evidence in them that is new. From  ihe facts of the case as already presented t and a-s presented in these depositions, it is conclusively shown'  that the fust suspect could not have  committed the crime in the maiinei  in which the deputy sherifts asserted  it must hav������  b**11 perpetrated  "The evidence shows that he went  to the Connelly house, and that he  was seen afterwards by tlie mothei  of th? . little girl on his way home  across the bridge No ane has been  In ought forward who lan cleaily  state that the boy was seen on the  stieet afterwards, and his icoplc  state that he  was iu tcl-  "As ior the irxidit-ion in which the  boy reached the Connelly home, I  Earned' runs," Nanaimo 6, Ladys-11"68*'^0" *ir*- Connelly and Ma..c)  ���������mlth ������: Three base hits, Morrfeoa. an'1 ^arie ('������>ell.v ������������? eloscl>' ������������  Graham. Two base hits, IUuude.1. this I,oi:nt at-the il,t������uCst- anfl ] fail  Struck out bv CafdeiWl 4, Muir 4 to ������ce M.y anr.st.hscw.ie.it statement  Bases  on  balls,   off  Muir  a,   Calrier- on that- point should be  dcem������l more  rf* liii I vie  head   :?..    Hit'^b.y  pitched  ball, Mor- , .        * .  ."I  never  saw- a.  murderer  vet who  "f have ait exannintd the deposi-������ tuiclion done in San Francisco," lu  tions of the Kenton citi/.ens taken says, "was due to ibad design and  beiore Jtustice of the Peace Rohett scamp workmanship, and the people  'lliorbiini, of Kenton, veiy closely,' of ll-e city realize this It is foo'-  said Mr. Vanderveef, "but I am ia- ish to suppose that the people of  founc-l by Mr.  Mackintosh that there .that   place will de&cit it  on account  rison,   Aitkcii.  son   to  Aitken.  Double   play   Wilkin-  EA-RTHQUAKE SHOCK  IS FELT IN OHIO  Cleveland,    O.,    June. 29.���������-A shock  felt here at 4:10'o'clock this   afternoon     i.s    pronounced,    by Cleveland  scientists-,   to    have ..been an earthly" "refuses 'to cither Vt'ne'w'^^ Tt is ported to have sliak:-  cn   the southern shore of. Lake,Erie  for a  distance of 100 miles,  theeas-  license or grant a new o'ne, aitiiough  nineteen are before  it, nearly a doz-  .        ,...,.      ��������� .        ,, ,    .  en of which have alreadv expired!   .- .te,7,( 1,m,.t bf������ ^inesvjlle and  tiie  -    Mayor Wri-o;l,1., who favors fhi lsali JweS^rn hmit Marblehead.    No   dam-  oonmen's side of  the controversy, has j  -  hoped to allow  them to continue bu  siness, even though they are denied  licenses by the council, through'Hailing.: them before, the chief of police  and finding' them at stated times as  was done for a time in the cases of  g-.a-nih.ling houses. Sheriff Denholm an  nounced today that he would not permit-this..  "No    saloon:  has been reported,, though in  some places the shock was sufficient  to-; slam������������������ doors and rattle windows.  Local scientists explain that the ;\at  of the seismic disturbance was probably beneath the bed of Lake Erie.  and .it is either'got a license onqjuit  business." -  The rouncilnven fighting the saloons  can run in Pierce'arc instituting measures now to- im-  county without a license," s'ai'd he. '.r.each Mayor Wrighl unless he. prompt-  "while I am sheriff. I don't allow ly closes up the saloons tMnininfc,with-  blind pigs to run outside of Tacoma out licenses, which he evinces no in-  and they shall  not, run In     Tacoma,   tehtion to do.  was -brought to justice by calling  mass meetings. A (decent detective  would not work on the case when  it is being so much stirred up. lie  would rather wait'until mutters had  quieted, down and work under the  surface.  '���������'The: j*ople missed (heir only  chance of .getting any evidence of the  crime When they stirred up the grout,  around the.place where the body-Was  found, so it was impossible to find  any trace oi the criminal.  "ft is not. the part of the prosecuting attorney's office to secure evi  dence on the'case, although, we arc  willing to ...do anything- that we can  to ar.si.st ther case. TJie, sheriff's office :has-.;.not yet abandoned the ca.se,  and I d'ov-Hfif look for any develop  ments until matters get more into a  shape which makes an investigation  possible."  Many people were down at the  wharf last ewning to watch 1 he tia  steam collier Elleric tie up, and it  bright to mind the "good old  times" to see two., big steameors in  at  one time for coal.  of the disaster. KaUicr thev will  profit hv then evpeuenos it is  possible to build slautares tha't will  not he injured to any extent by nbt-  mal earfliiquakes, and to piovie that  the business men of San Fiancisco  know this to l.e tine, I have signed contiacls with a numliei of them  foi .buildings of reinforced concrete  aggregating U,500,000 They are  all ent'iiusia.stic on the subject of tho  propci const! ucti (n of buildings mad  of the light sort of material, and  that reinfoieed concicte is the light  material has hean proved beyond a  doubt by cvpeiuuents with file and  vvat-ji in Eastern cities conducted tr^  the purpose of ascertaining this And  nsjht heie 1 want ���������to say th-at one  of the_nrst"1 tilings that the city of  Seattle should do is to adopt building ordinances vvlKih will make such  a catastrophe as has v.isjted San  Francisco .an impossiiiwlify.''  .Mr.  Ci-ilbrct.il has a:-corps oi. engineers  at   work  in  San   Francisco   and  R1VATES LIKE  OFFICERS  ^evv York, June 20.���������The Times lo  d j sajs The 15ii.glishman who is to  <��������� >L|gi.������t nnpiovements in the tini-  i( c.is of the United States anny .-l-  ii . d yesteiday iiom London on tha  I i.n Pun/, Wilheltnl He is Geoi_;c  I' Winter and he came with his son,  (l    13.   Winter,  ji.     To someone    on  I o ird it was reported that Mi. Wm-  i i    said    that' uniforms   would   cost  might die ltt any moment.a nuiusti'i ��������� ���������'h o<r,oei bom 1(9 io 200 lio������n.ls  iws luiuiedly Seiit for, 'and vvith th,. "sieiling ft-r his cntue'uiiifoim l'e  biidegiooin standing by the sickbed, !* -^ nIsc' sa'cl <" hav* (oM a passci--  tlie tleiqyman pronounced the vvdub '���������-. ' ,n^t the American soldier was  which made them husha/ul an 1 wife, ������> "Pl ������lio55sorl than any other sol-  ihu bride, nail of Wdv and almost <i'-is> ��������������� Uie ������0ll(l- Several soldieis  e\iiaust.ed, but with a heait lull ol \ !'<> ������.eie jawing to and irojii Go -  de.otion loi her gallant lovei. Tho ' -or's 'sl-"ia w0l<* ask������> wha^ the.-  bnde is a niece of fanner Majo. I''nui;ht of (he proposed impiovcnunt  M(Shane, of Vfontieal. She- became '" ih" umlorms, and two or thci  a muse and drifted to Whitehall, laLl- ' *' ",(>s rt" "������ht so lonff as the-.  iii������ in love shoitlv after with the " n I put nbhws on our rifles."  in:ii she wed ���������     'C'aifi von tell us what    you   will   n  .!<>   for  o i   aimj'"  someone    asked  ' Well," said Mr Winter humoroi s-  l\ "I'm going t.o_makc your private  li ii';  hie    oflioeis   and  your    ofhtei-,  II e geneials " ~  KISS COSTS  HIM S2C0  TO EXCLUDE  AMERICANS  k-^--������  Henley, lJngland, June 29.���������Speak-  in.; of tlie icliisal of the stewards t0  a.cepl tlie.oiiUies of Uic memibris of  11 j Ves-peis Hoit Club, Coach Flet-  ch ���������!, ot Ovtoid, said  "I'.veiy loicigu oaisman coming  acie to tompele, has to sign a de-  chaalion that he is an amatcui, at-  coidmg to the laws ot the Amateur  Rowing Association of England TJu  Wspois did more tha������ was rtf^ined  Tbcv swoic m alVudav its bcloic a no-  taiy pu'ihc that they vveie amaleius  uiidci oiu definition They vveie sup-  poitod bv the picsulent ot" the American National Association of  Amateur Oarsmen, and yet we learn  afterwards that, the affidavits were  false, and that the American, association had "not'takch proper care to  learn the facts before it endorsed the  enl rv.     Under   these circumstances  1  says that within a short time there !.say that the American- rowing a-sso-  will be- one of the. most wonderful Jcintinn ..li/as not, done its duty, and  booms in .proper building of lMisi.n:-������s (hat. we ought <inot to accept A men-  blocks that (he country has seen, can entries unlil the American asso-  Ile has ibeon in this city a number !notion puts ils house in ondcr and  of  times during  the past   six    years, 'a  now  association i.s formed on pro-  San Eiancisco, June 28. ��������� Police  Judge Moigan put a price cf S2C0 on  a kiss this morning, and K Mandan  a tandvtnan vvli0 conducts a strTe on  1!iJ3 Fillmore street, will have to  ,iav the pi ice oi go to jail for a  bundled day*  The pioprieloi is alleged to have  demanded a kiss fioni filtetn-vear  oil Winnie Nolsan, a refugee, who  was employed by him. His action  was rcscntod by the yfoing woman,  and her parents insis'teld on having a  warrant sworn out charging the cau-  rlyman with  technical battery.  Investigation hy police revealed the  fiu't. Mint Mandan vvas in tlie habit'  of employing- yoiuiji girls and car-  i>ssMiig them where, his advances were  nol. repulsed.  Judge Morgan pronoinifwl the :>c-  tii e was a vicious one in passing sen-  and .some lime ago made the ��������� suggestion, to F. \V. ft rant, government  supe.rintcnide.nf of coast ruction on the.  tince,      and    .informed  the defendant  That  will  take about two   t,M<' his action  "'as such  as     would  land'him  in   the state  prison  if    he  did  not    mend  his   ways.      Sentence.  I'X'i:  lines  years."  Joseph  Wright,  stroke  of  the    Ar-  new  federal  building,   whom  he     has   guiiaut    ;(Canadian)    crew, de.iioiinced   was  then imposed,  known   for many years,   to introduce  in  the  council a proper  building   ordinance.  Mr. Gilhreth expects to establish a  branch agency for his business on the  ciust, and at the time of the San'  Francisco disaster had just made arrangements for the opening of the  office in that city.  FOOTBALL.  Vancouver, June 29.���������-Mr. J. W.  Wallis, President of the Celtic Football Club, received a letter yesierday  fi'om Air. 0. H. Murray, of Toronto,  who has charge of the Pilgrims'  tour, in which he states thai the famous eleven will come to Vancouver  early ia Xo ember nc\i. The team  will also play at Seattle, Victoria  and Portland.  ihe proposal as    being an insult    to j  American colleges.     He said:  "If the resolution is carried it will  create a lot of bad feeling. It is  manifestly, unfair to cast a slur on  the amateurism of over forty t|ig row  ing clulis .because of one or two black  slice}). Amateur rowing is the purest of sports in America and Canada."  tt'.  B. West, of    Philadelphia,      re-,  eeived his    repaired    boat fr���������m     the   ,lilVC boon    "Per'ati"������    *������ thl- North'  huilders todav,  and  the  improvement   w,>s1'   ,J,e fp<leral secret service   ofii-  iu his sculling .during  to-dav's     , rae-  '"rs ,,iulcr Capt' IV   U' -RcU' <I'strlct  lice was apparent,    ' " . s";rfit yervire aKent   for O^g00..    Id'  ^ n . I aim and  Washington,  succeeded in lo-  FIND BOGUS  MONEY MINT  Portland, June 2fl.���������After 3 years  of constant endeavor io unearth muf  airesl  a  gang of counterfeiters   who  Our Roval Princes have tn un-dem-o .*a1 inR 11,e   ,aiv n{  t,,e counterfeiters  all   the  hardships   of .owli-nary  little   " a  van('h nCiiT |,(>ndlc1on. and have  bovs      Last  week, for instance,  they   iM cllstod-v threc men'  were taker to the British Museum.-     The     arrested    imen are Ezra    R.  Punch. ) (Continued  on Page       .  j     '   ,  ZT  J WP-B
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THE LADYSMITH DAIIAXEDGMR
M ^i'"*T
��32.
THE: DAILY LEDGER
l'ubHshed   every   day "except Sunday
���BY���
1 UE  DAILY LEDGER   COMPANY.
OFFICE AT LADYSMITH.
SUBSCRIPTION.
One Year (In advance) _.
One Month  - -	
���..  $5.00
50 cents
FRIDAY-
June 29,  100C
DOINGS OF
DOMINION
PARLIAMENT
Ottawa,   .Iune
At     a  iu*i.tin
of   Budapest,   these   bring  the   total j
number   of    Szrlvely's childien up   toj
fifty-two,  of  whom      thiii>-one sons
and seventeen dangbieis survive
' Szkely has  been   low    times  mauled,   and  his  piesenl   wile  has     never
bad j   > tevsei   than  ihieo   childien at
a birth.    Oiio   me   on-asmii    she    has
quintuplets
The latest additions to the family have been sent to the foimdhng
home, as theie is no more loom in
S/ckley's house 101 moie than foity-
foui childien who live with their fa
thei.
National   L.eacue
���Philadelphia    If)    DiooUvn  1
Hast on    2.  New   York 'I
Chicago   I ,    CincinniU i   2
a&&
\ea
IK   VftU    WANT  AOOOD-
First
CALL AT���
J. X. Smith's Restaurant
ALWAYS OPEN FIRST   -WICNUE.
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Esquinialt
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aitamto Railway
DOMINION DAY, JULY 2,1906
I'xcursion kates
IN-EFFECT BETWEEN
All 5tatiors
fry Capitsl and Nugget Cigars
1 was cured of IJioiioliiUs and Asthma hv MINARD'S  LINIMENT.
\.   LIVINGSTONE.
���f the  pailiiiinentai}   Accoi.nl.s   Com- AIRS,
niiiu-e   toilav   let i ers were i eait    uoiul    I.ut  a, P.E.T.
,     ,   . _���. I    I   was em oil  of a   severe ai tack of
Lord    SiiuUhona     (libelumnug      *">
.,     ,,     illieiini.il ism     hv
xliieti   responsibililv    for  the (,ow"1 , viF\"p
men.'s contract with Lh�� -\o.ih Al-|" .^^ ^
l.iniu Trading (Jompauy, and sav-'
ing that- he was nol to he held as
having any shnie in the negotiations with this syndicate. His i.o>>l-
ship nrldetl that pui sonall.v he never
appiovert ol the pi mcip.u aii.inse-
inent, because he learecl it uughi land
Canada m a dilliculkv   '   with the gov
MI NURD'S    LlNl-
.101 IN  MADER.
',   1  was tuied of a seveiely spiamed
leg hv MINARD'S  LINIMENT.
', JOSHUA  A.  WVNAtillT.
1
Hi idgevvater
7f^E&X3i^35��g22&J^��32��2S33Sr*
oi._m..'Uis,concciaeci, and  also because,
be  believed   that  ihe .North     Mluiilie,
Trading    Companv      would    git     tn";J
bene/iL   ol   the  woik   ol   the     Ciovern-
ment   agents on tho   continent
rris Lordship . wiotc Sir Wilfieil
Lnuriei on Apnl 2Slh, tailing at-1
lcntion to an account in the piuss
and Lo purl ia mental y disi nssion^
that the respoiisilnliLv foi tin agieo
inent, with the North Atlantic Tuul
mg Companv was evicle-ialv assigned to him "I wish," lie said, ' to
disclaim as having oiganwed 01 i.n
ried thioiig.li the negcuiation.s in
rpiostion The cliaft ol the piopos. d
ag-iceinent was arranged and in. fifed settled by Air Small, Deputy Mlnistei of the Interim, who
come to England for the purpose of
investigation and to deal with Ihe
matter   peisonally."
There was a long diHCussion I o-
nighL on the telephone clause of TLon
_YTt Eminorson s Uailwa.v Bill, after
which it wus jiassed The clause gives connection < o local (ompnnies
with trunk hues on appliinlion The
Railway Commission clans.., placing
express lompiuups, undei the Railway
Commission, also passed. All the
r��ilw��\ subsidies vveie cidopted
 o	
fatjjkr or ji-jrrv-TWo.
Vienna, Juij.- 27���The v\ no ol a
faimei named Svekelj Jfc-ivc/laHa,
Hunsjarv, has just 'piescnted hei hus
band    with  (piarli uplets.
Auoiduiy  to thi' Fungctelnv i jVLagy
THE VERY BEST REMEDY
FOR  BOWEL   TROUBLE
Mr.  M.  F.   Burroughs,  an old    and
���well-known    resident     of     Blufito
Ind., says.    "I regard Chamberlain1.-
Colic,  Cholera and Diarrhoea Remi
dy as  the \cry  best remedy for  bowel  trouble.     I make this statement
after having used  the remedy in    my
family for several years.     I am -ever without it."    This remedy is almost suie to be needed be.oie     V.
summer   is  overf      Why     not     bin
it   now and   be   prepared    for    sue!
an emergency?    For sale by     ..at!,,
smith Pharmacy.
IT DHKIKS
cOiMriCTrnox
American   League.
\\ ashing! on 5, Philatlelphin   2.
1st game   Cleveland '1,  Chicago 'J
2nd game, .Cleveland  .">,   Chicago 0
New' Yorlr   7,   Boston -1
Dot roil    2,    St    Lotus .".
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A  SQiUARK HOLE AUGER.
A woman, who lives m n small
Connecticul Wvvn, has in willed a duller that will bore a equate hole,
which, accoidnif; lo cat pouters, will
ina'ie her foi tunc. llet name is
Smith���BiooKl\n Eagle
Sunlight Soap Is bitter than other soaps, l>bt
sbest when used in il.c Sunlight �� ay.
ISuy Sunlight Soap iiikI lollow Direction.1*
fii;H
.IAH"-'
-<.- J ickets on sale Satufaay-Jiiue.30, Sunday, July istr and
Monday, July 2���.Good to -return not later than Mon., July 2
" '-  f vf.sr f
Leads Them    Ai J ��>out|le Tfaih Service in effect Each Day
DUALITY   -
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R. P. kITHElV
r'i
Union made-Capital & Nugget Cigars
HOW  TO 1MEAK-  UP A COL1;
It may he a surpiise to many fu
learn that a severe cold can be completely broken up 111 one >u two
da. s' time. The lirsi synip*. nns of
a cold is a diy, loud cou.^h, a j'io
fuse w&tcry-discharge fio-n V c i-ic,
and a thin, white toatnir on tie
tongue. When Chamlbcrlam's Cou^h
remedy is taken every hour on the
fust appearance of thes.1 symploius,
it counteracts the effect of the cold
and restores the system to a healthy
condition within a day or nvo. For
��le by Ladvsmlth Phaimacy.
DAY  SCHOOL
Usual  subjects   taught;   also       ian-
(_riiagc-��.  drawing   in   pencil   and  crayons,  paint ng  in  nils  and  watei   col
r.ra,  pianoforte mid vocal lessons ;.tiv
*n In elp.sse^ or individually
iUiS.S  RER.TRAM,      Ladysmith, 11 (J
RAYMOND &  SONS
i ior
Pacilic
ORJA     -
- Qi-rk*. Courtney,
 .T ...aic4. u.. .JL>l8trIct Passenger Affont
& Co., Ltd ^^^^f^^-Z'lXi
nasi    Agency
B.G
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*+.jmtjc/im.WM+i.i~?'*j' -_*-A*.**   -t^^na-Md^ ����������� -t(.xni^i.i aWiWi
Foi  a cool, reficsliing�����
BATH
During the Summer���
Months Call on���'������
1K0MAS LEWIS
Shaving I'ailors, etc,    lli��h. Street
FOR T-L BIGGEST BARGAINS IN
Wall Papers
Call oo J, E. Smffi
House- and Sign Painter ���
ire loiiloin? to? .
Ibea rr  *ui��- jour tickets read
the
<li
North Western Line
-Dealers  in���
Lim',   ri.is.ter Paiis,-JlrieU,
Fire  RiicK  and   Vancoiuot is-
igi *l.ind cement.
^    3  Pandora St. Victoiia R C
't'he  only   line  now  making    UNION
DEPOT    connections at ST. PAUL
and      MINNEAPOLIS "with       thr
-hrough    trains'7 from    tlie     Pacifi>
Coast , -        --    '
THE SHORTEST LINE," TF
5'J.SEST TRAINS, THE LOWES'-
RATES,   THE FASTEST TIMR*
BETWEEN. '" .   /'
MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,. CHV
OAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS-'CIT* '
wd ALL POINTS EAST.     --'   -.
Foe complete information ��� ask y
local agent or write.
F   W. PARKER
General   ^ ����*
-������in S^u-I   tct , SeaHd*
49/%ti��mntCi.
. TicUct., and-aKxe-fiWuOaioe^.7,5
. GoverdmcntiStcesj.;,   ^
2Transccxitinental
���   Trains Dally
< TherJ.Ne\ir.v5E��iln>   j.--. - ;
CRIENfAL LI MITE a   ���-
.   The Train ��l^-~~'     j.
Ease,   EIeg���nc6,''1fcxcBlIen'ce>'���"',
Every  inire ^'���/pife1turb;;':a'ifld
no smdfce" to 'sjibit the rfi&li .*'
.   Thtoii^i; Com"i)attrnWtV-10'bJ-,;
servation and  Pullman Sleepers;    also"  Through"-'Tourist'
[ Cars to; Chicago.;1--- r*   '""���' ;i
At antic Steamship BMilnesi^o'Earoit
I       is our Siesialty. .-   -��' - i
Union ''Terminals-' wHh ^kll
Stcamer*-Ilnes.i'*--,?f"
-.1 i     U'i
j Berth reservations - byt mlteU^H'1
G teat -Northeriv>S .Sr 6dV ��'-
POK  JAPAN    AND-CHINA.
Steamships1 Minnesota and-Da-
kota - sail -from' -Seattle for .r;Ia-
p'ah ' and- China-ports ate- Ire- v
fluenr .dates.   -Exact i sailing'^
dates can be secured upon ap-<
plication, .tocany .'.Great.North- .
em representative.-.    ...   k^s.
S   d. _YtERKJ3S,i.\i-<,
u
tJ-u'fl
1 i     lA.O.P.A., Seattle, Wash.
-iigWfu^^Bta WtPTtWiJfcPai.
DUNDEE--
11
Wc arc justly, 'jirourl of (his
Boot. The Qioatest praise has
been heaped upon it sincn its
inlroductioii.
L 100. Men's 10 in.
Logging Boots
French Calf throughout, with
extra No. I." heavy hemlock
.soles; have outside counters,
are pegged and have .standard
screw reinforcing all around
the sole.
Scotlands Best..
I 11D1'5 M (0.
I    Soft-    A(j<n1sfov It. ('.
Manufa.ctured by
J.
VANCOUVER, B, C-
Q LASS       ci <i?i;
When you want a Class globe,
sec that you get the globe
with the rubber ring on if,
|< as it is the only kind that
a can keep the water out ��� the
I globes without the. ruUbler ring
sjj cannot keep out water, yoti-
fj can see that' hy examining
j| them. The artificial flower
% that is put into the globes
ifc with ihe. rubber rings, is guar
j| antecd to be the best, and if
f| you want a globe with a
| Rublx:r Ring, call at Mrs. T.
|j X. J fines, a.-^eiit for
I 11   NRY CREW   ,
is The only    place you cari   get
1 Them.
�� Sole  Agent in   R.O.    for     the.
| French    Wreath  Oo., of   I.on-
k don,   Paris,   Mel bourne,   S.A.,
| Cor. Comox- 1M. & Milton St.
i NANAIMO B.C.
mzfflffismmwmmmt
Underj,New Maoogment
HOTEL WILSON
Jus- R. Minneli, Prop.
NANAIMO
''oinmercial  Mens'  bead mnutcrs
Modern Knd      Sdiclly  First  Cla��s
Fire Proo!    Ruilihaj;
THE JONES HOTEL
���W HTT lT~C001v���
and
���WHITE   LABOR-���
Employed Only
(Half Block from Depot.)	
OATAC11ID   STREET-     -Ladysmith.
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HOTEL   DOMINION
��� Rati-H tl.--"' ai.-'^-of'-���
F,i< lo all ott-amboat  >��ncl -it s and
nu'wiiy dcpola. I'.lectni'I 'ai t| 'verv five
oiinutPd to all parts cf tie iity. Bar
and ti.v<'t< nne^c.^pi1.
F. BAYNFS, Pioprifctor,
ABBOTT   ST.,   VANCOUVER   li, C
Best accommodation for transient
rxnd permanent boarders and lodgera.
GRAND       HOTEL
This new Hotel has been comfort-
aMy furnished and the bar is up-to-
d��tp Rates (1.80 a day and mp-.
wvrds.
WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.
H?qUnai8�� ������>-: ��������� ".-��: ���������" ^dyasiltk
bri   \M  III Al I  IJ
l-l K.V1S11    KllfiMi
A. J. lYlcMURTRIE, Proprietor
Newly fitted up and
Furuisbecl
BAR SUPPUED WITH BB-- T
WINKS, I.1&OOKS, ClO.Mtti
OTEL
I ADYSMI'IH. .. C
Good tables and good
Rooms ������
PORTLAND HOTEL
DAVID-IIYNDS,  Prop."     '���'���
Board at reasonable
Rates
The bar is extra  well,
'"'.'     Stocked
This   Hotel  has    been  completely       renovated.
Board  and .lodging .$1.00. per .day.      ;>
H OTEL    PRETOR1M
JOHN Ti-"A, Proprietor
Bar  Supplied   with  the   Best    Wines, ist Avenue :-: >',>] Ladysniith B.C.
Licpiors'and Cigars. ' . .-.-���.
���1
nub&us Moreen-
h0us����� amo seco
]M10 .^entmjnster Road.
yiNCQUvfia.
b-' ;*'   H.C" -
' -fl'tc/.;*.   r
j . jMeadquart-frs for	
PACIFIC GROWN Qarden. Held
and .foWer SEED*
jot distribution. - ;
Large>, stocK   of Home
i. Growth FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL     TREES
c-no>v matured I0r Spring.
No_espcnse, loss or de-
lay-iiot Imnlgation .or in-,
spectlon-
il^t'-mie yricc your list
before 'placing your   order. CJreennouse Plants,
Fioral'lPaoWgos, Fertili-
zers. .etc.
"x3010 Westminster Road.
Vancouver, b. c.'
1-2
^'.ifflli^intl
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'       '    ' ������ W��.Vj
,1C   .,
rianos   & Organs
���s s -
DONE AT
Reasonable Prices
-Byi
J; ANDERSON
Leave ordera at T'etersbn'? Purn
!   i.-ii��j.a>
lure iStbre," or telephone No Sit.
n ��i
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THE.'TVEB-eQPfJBR CO., Ltd.
PURCHASERS AND SMELTERSOF COPPER. OOLD AND
"13-r    ^LV^irdiiEs;
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-StTieltlragtWiorlcs at
LADYSirvil^TH,   B. C.
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DUNCANS STATION.
;VancdoK8f Island, B. 0,
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STOVES! i >     STOVES!
we are making HEATERS and RANGES of
Latest Styles arid Newest Pafterns--We do
.-it   -
Al| kinds of Foundry and Repair Work
,      r      . . -.,1,1 ,,|lj.r,f��f(|'plj|     '|f.       *
Nickel;Plating.^all'lts branches a Specialty
LadysmitfiStove & Iron Works Co. Ld
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Presidenl-     J.  W.  CO.H.URN.
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MILLS   AT   FIDDIGK   AND   LADY SMITH-V
Shingles ex Specialty:'-
MANUFACTURERS  OF���    ;. -...'-
Rough and Drcssod Fir and Ocdiir Liimberft
LATHS,   SHINGLES,   MOULDINGS,       ETC.,     of    the  BEST
QUALITY SEASONED.      AND   DRIED    FLOORINGS     AND
FINISHING  LUMBER IN  STOCK   ...
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Stabler In tberear of the' LadLysrnith hotel.'a.,.Leavi> ordtrs atitlir
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rift THE fii^MWli DA1L TLEDGER  LODGES  LADYSMITH    TEMPLE, -No.    5.���������  Rathbone Sisters, meets ^iu the Odd  .fellows' Hall    every 2nd 'and . 4tli  Tuesday, at'Jr.:30" p.m. '-  MRS. KATE TATE, " ~  M. ot R. & C.  *Zi- ��������� ������.������*������'  HILSERT  ���������; R. i. TMei  Surgeon Dentist  united ancient    order u*  druids  Wellington. Oiove  No. 4 U.  A. U.  i  . All  work  guaranteed and at reason-  Meets   in the \\ <->   O ..."   Hail, ) * j -      able rates.'  iysmith,    the,. Second   and     ffuuiti I        RESIDENCE ANd'OFFICE  Wednesda\s'of'eaeh  inontli, comiue"    |                 ,  u.g Wednesday. i?.th.. loofv. .        \ GatacrejSt . -     LadyFmuh  Visiting DiuiiH     are invited  te n  ttnd.  By Or .er.  WM   RAJvTEU, Ueci .Sect-  PATRICK  BUPK. N.  A  Dr. Dier can'he found at any tin-  at his office on Gatacre st,.  His   dc  tal  work  Itf Kvaranteod lo he firs'  runs and rates reasonable ���������*  NOTICE  From     .this datt   the  undersigned  will not he  responsible for any in  debtedness     Incurred except on      >  written order signed by the secretarv  Rowland  Maehin.  V.  L   EXPLORATION &  DEVEL  OI'MENT CO., LTD.  Non Personal l.lahiL'ly.  Vtr������/>rt������    R    /'     Vac' 1*th    ������������������������������ '  i !  Opon at all hours. -  ladVsmith  BAKERY  CHOICE    CAKES    AND   PASTRY  ALWAYS    FRESH   ON HAND  Wedding.'   Cake*.,-Made i to Ord������,  FRUITS   ANni .CANDIES OF ALL  KINDS.    FRESH   BREAD EV-  ,   /  ERY >AY" '.;,  I'rices    are    Very Reasonable. '  All  Customers ar* Treated Alike.  -  HOP LEE A CO.     -  ON THE!   !SPLANA.DE.  P. R. SIMPSON  f.Hollrltnr..  Ttr .  .  Mtiitay  to    I *in  a. htm - uovsviih  EXCELLENT   I  Train Service  l4amifacst\)rcrsof t\v\ Famous  CUttAN"BLOiSD I        ^  None bu1^ Union Labor  .Kmployed  vi*,  H. JLrBOOTH. Prop  Paisley Dye Works  Fancy Dyeing,and  Cleaning. Chajg,-  1   es reasonable; etc.    Work Guaranteed  1 Commercial St. ��������� Nanaimo, B. C.  r H^0  __ ���������crwccN  CHIMBO, LOUDON,  HAMILTON, TORONTO,  MONTREIL. QUEBEC, '  P0RTLMI0, fiOSTOM,  And the Principal naalaeia Centera at    -  Ontario, Quebec, and the  Maritime Province*. "  ALSO TO BUFFALO. NEW YMMMU  PHILAOELPHU, VIA NIAflARA FAUI.  ; I . For Time Table*, etc., addrcM  " " CIO.W. VAUXi  Asalataht Oen'l Passenger and Ticket Agent,  A Great  ^K^SSK v   y, , :..^������^jSt^.  Ztt-.'Mw&i  , " Sunshinef������ffarlaaces  have a large^Weavy-sheet-  'steel dome-and  radiator,:,    ...'.,,  with a wide space between thi'.-n for tlio circulation of air.  This gives an immense radiating surface, and means  that> every ntpi.jijbr' heat from the fire is used for heating  purposes, and forced through Iiot-uir pip.js into the house.   9  -   '   If you need a furnace, you should examine (ho "Sun-  ���������hiao^'���������it will save you untold expense, worry and work.  ������ <!' .      -. ( j      ... 'r ' ,     i     ,  ������_ S������M hj^ eh|erB[j||s������ng (loale/^jB very where���������booklet free-  Tfc������iadjfsmith Hardivare Co,, Sole Agent  J.PIER$M).  Manufacturer's Ol.��������� .i :  IRONCLAD   BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  ;  ;    TOP SHIRTS,  WHOLESALE DRY 6QQDS  VICTORIt, B.C;  GENERAL BLACKSMITH SHOP  , Miners' Drilling Machines  MADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED AT  SHORT  NOTICE.     DRILLS  SHARPENED  BY US     ALWAYS    GIVE SATISFACTION.  -���������PICKS HANDLED A ND REPAIRED  ,  ^S II I P S MI T 11 i N <V !lN . 4/L L'.'l T S   BRANC HES  Horseshoers and Genera' Blacksmitns.  R. WRIGHT.  Buller Street   - L,ady������mith, b c  i  9  ������_>  S'WI^W-rt^lffl 'PRIZES I  - ���������   -*���������     n'  *��������� f    "   -       -' rvA  -���������;.>���������������������������������������������������   .���������-x������ ^  ���������rs ??>'  Championship   Baseball    Match &  .">'      '^AJ^IM&'ilCUANOU VS. LADYSMITH.   ��������� ^  ^  8 C h a m p ilon s h i p     Fotball   Match ^  g������   -^"    ��������� /''Vancouver' vs. ladysmith. ������$?  ^ 1-3-- Children's   Sports   ===== ^  NEWS NOTES  FROM NANAIMO  lie. muI .Mrs Jlml Irom Vancou-  M������r arc spi iK-int; a  ilny or two  in  tha  Mr. Crawford .Vnim- lias rcturticd  honii' (o Xanuiino after a i"t-w,inoni.))4  1 rip up to the l.\i"  Koith  Tin-  funeral  of  I lie  laic Airs.    Su__o  v ill   taUc place from  lliu itiimly  rcsi-  it .'5:."!0 Ihis nfU'ino-in   tini  will  !  Street   -Ht'tlio  llt'M.'t''  l>rii<-i-ed   lo  t lie  Wallace  .list   .-Inn di,     whore      the    Rev    Mr.  llobvni' villi    1'r.H.lm-t the services.  rJ'lie following Hi'i'p the passengers  which left i'ur Senilis Inst enoniiif;  on the Mciiiiii'i" Waialeale: 111- Lanch  it. I.nn������|.'. -Mrs .1. McDonald. Mrs.  .l.McCiee. .1. F Mujhow, W Stain  Airs Queniicli, Alt's. Iii"j-;s, Vic.  I'>eer\    .\f   F.   l-_asili..iii  pei  tor  Sands Swaiisnn and JJi u<e Asli-  inan aio likelj lo sij-'ii an icle.s for  a \vr-\silmg contest to tnl.e place  in tins liIv so.uie turn: m the near  lul ure.  Charley Summon; well known to  many residents ot tins cit.\, he haN-  nifi resided here ahout se\en yeais  ago. during whicJi time he was ar.  ai dent and _iUm> laiiosM' plasci,  arn\ed in Iowa last, wight on 4  visit to old time f t loads Suite len^  my -Vnnaimo Charley'has tl���������a^clIe.l  extensively having vi&iei'd the 1101 Lli  Ihe TCootenajs and various cities of  the coast Chat Icy is looking fine  and robnsl, and is hn<\. extondinj.  the glad hand to all oUl time NTa-  naimo   u-ieiuN t.  being unable to swim was supporting himself Gi*,v the capsized  boat, assist ed b.\ his companion m  dislress, In       the    meantime    the  accident was soon from Campbell's boat house and iwo  \oung men, II. Piper, and .1. t'.o-  wen at once launched a 1 oat and  put to the rescue. They were not  long in lia\ei-sing t������jt- distance tiom  ihe lion I house to the .spot w-here  Ihe ,>oimg nion were st niggling in  fhe wat.M-, ami they were soon pull  ed aboard not much the worse for  their    enforced   <>\eniug   swim  The npl ill ned Cfiiioe w'as pulled lo  Ihe boat house by Campbell's launch  which leit ior the scene as * 0011 n ���������>  'ke  ae. ideal   occiirrerl.  liegiiniinn tml.iy al noon the West-  ���������111 Fuel Compa������\ v. ill pn.\ o'l its  firciJn/i emplovees who hn\e not si.-  ���������ui-fd  uoi-K   m   No    1     mine  It is vei-v unkind to mnnumct ni-i-  bombs, e\cii if I hey aie not loa.U-d,  ni'l then pas-, thrm ntong as i ������m-  uig    from    nn   opposition   shop  \ gasoline lauuth nelonguig to tin  ciiv ol Vancouver, that is used m  lnxmg   |)ipe   ,11 ross    ihe   mlot,   m   is  Win Itrnnrlon a" aitoniox fioin  I'l-aiT, 11. C , is in the city on le-  -i.il business Air Hranrto* formerly  'aught ui tin- l,illooe-t schools for  ���������iiiiic .\enrs Air rtramlon repo l^  imes   ;i<;   fairly    good  n(   Trail.    .������  l-'OK TIlE I'OCR CJHl.DItEX.  Montro.il, .June 2S.���������"With a view  01 giving poor children ol (lie cily  .'i'i outing during the hot months  oi summer, the nianagvment of ifce  I'onircal SI reet Railway announced  Iml.iy that on I wo inornm_is eai h  u -el. ui July and August, childi.n  would \>q gnen Ircu 1 rolley dn\e  o er   (he    company's   system,   and   a-  lnxing   pipe   .11 ross     ine   jiuei,    >>>   >-i      -  ��������� -��������� --     -���������;- -'      Kaiuiimo   in <harge    of Air.     (Jibson. Ir.ninil   Two  .Mountains    on 1'a.rk and  citv   comptroller,"   with    him .are h������.( ������'huid   systems,.  sons    and  a   friend    or two  from  tl*^,    . ~ ���������  . . Mp    . r.<   -i;1     o,,,;n,....;.i.,.���������i.-.    .^-r  Mr.    C.   L:.  sons  Ton 111 nn 1    cily       They came o^'er in  lot   of cable that   Lll,v  ljl'sl      Know*    nexvsiiapennem'    ol  conn'Mioa   with a  t!ii-x    are   ijuxmg   Irom   the  Fui������l    Co.      fur   use    iu   I ay in  xxalei     pipe      across  li   (he  xxealhor     permits    the   lauw  SniHhormnnlc.   'o������e    01  ixx-t    neivs])apcrmom'    01  Western   H.iiisb. Ooliimtira.   xxill   shortly    com-  t heir  Burrnrd ' fnlot.  itKiico    the   publication,    of   the    Vy-  ilii.in  Shield     This paper   is    desigM-  I,   ed     as     the     official    organ  of    tin  pairy  will  leaxe for home (his morn-' ^"'Jjflils ol  Pythias  01  this  province.  m    ' ' j iI'-     Sniiiht'i'inn'alo "is.   a     prominenf    1 ^ni_;lAt.   and   he has the "hacking   or  On the evening    of    July  :in\  al    f>   (,ueo   thousand    loclgemen      m      Bri  o'i lock    the   Stoamcr  Waialeale'  will'   '' h,    Columbia     The proiect  was ������n  leax-e  -Vamimo   for   Seattle,   when;  a   Jll">ed   at   ihe" recent  meeting  of  the  lousing    fourth   of  July   celebration    r"a������d Lodge   at   .Vanaimo.  will  be held     The steamer   will  leave       "   1(.  expected  that   the'first     issue  nuilniffht     on  the     night   ^'"  he out   un August    1       Tt  xx-ill b ���������  01   lour pagi-s     and      issued     weekb  IU  iGr and    Regatta  v-'l-J  ^���������.i^l^^^^w^w''1 ��������� ���������'��������� ��������� ������������������������ ^ ��������� *������ ���������'  ICE!  1-,  x ICE!  I   WiLl be Delivered on Mondays,   Wednesdays.   ^  Fiidays and Saturdays    .  <>       ,,  Orders, miist^bs'.'iSi i>j '������������������  ftViock on day of Delivi_*y,Jt"-     +  Union Brewing Co  Limited ^  NANAIMO^ B. C.  {W ' Irtdiab^Canoe-'Riipee, Log R Hing Contests, Sciill.iif.; Mulches, etc  ^Championship V. 1. Swimming. Match���������Amateur ^  W '  .;:   -���������i'R\l'i  T;u^ot-war==  >������ 'l&        LOGOyxJCs. CAM-PS VS, LAj:>YSMrm.  i ONE BIG DAY OF SPORT  i Excuriioh  Rates From- All Points  Set do  at  ot       ihe    fonvihon   the   ie.Un-n   trn> ,  into    to  Soaitle    and   retina    xxill   be  .?l.   with   a     stop-over   privilege      in  Seattle    until   Ihe    nevt   regular   trip  'of   the  steamei      It   will   be   wise  for  1 those   who   wish     to   make   the     tup  I 10 -.(.'Ciii'-.  then   tickets eail.x  alter that -dale The of.ice of pulv  biation xvill be at ihe corner or  Eight, avenue and Quebec street, ill  Pleasant,  Vancouver.  Try a Province Cigar.  RU.SSKLL   SIMPSON,  Chairman  J H. MACKIJN,  Treasurer.  't    ~)  'NOTIC'B  TO  CONTRACTORS.  The cheques of unsuccessful" tenderers: will t>ereturnod to them wpon  the execution of the contract.  ��������� The successful tenderer will be r*  quired to furnish bonds himself and  two sureties, satisfactory to the  Chief Comnussioner, in.the'sum of  eight 'hinvdred  ($800)  dollars each.  Upon the execution of the; bond (he  ch'e((|iic above nientiflnoiC will he-? returned to the contractor. ..?���������"���������  Latlysmith Wharf.  SI3AI.RI) TKKD.RRS,  l>fopotly en-  dorsett "TtMuler t������r LadysmiUi Wharf  and   Approach,"  will   lie received. ��������� S.y J ,.,,,,  th������ uiwlcrsignwl.''up to nqon of ��������� the: j.. Tenders will not be'considered tin-  1 30th inst.'MovUic erection and com-1less made" out'' on the forms supplied  [ pletion of'va wharf and approach at \and signed with the actual signa-  Oyster Harliour,'' Laiysmith', B.iC,      ,ture of the tenderer '>      -  , Drawings, Kpecifications and condi-  i lions of tendering and contract, may  x be seen at. the .ofli.ee oi Live."'.'j'uihlie  j Works Engineer,. Victoria, B.C.,; at.  j- the office of Ihe-Government; Agent,  / Nanaimo, ...ri.O., and: .at Laiilysmilh,  } B.C., on aad after Juive.-;the..J8th.  Each proposal must be :,agcompatii-  ed by an accepted bank cheqwe* *r  certificate of'deposit on a "chartered  hank of Canada, made'payable tot he  undersigned,. in the. sum of two hundred ($200) dollars, which shall he.  forfeited if the party tendering dc-  , dine to enter into contract when  |    called upon to do so.     ...  F. .G. GAMBLE,     '  Public Works En_.iheer.  Lands and  Works Department,  Victoria,  B.C.,  15th June,   lf>00.  ^ENEKAL LXPRESS AND  DEMV||Y  WORK PROMPTLY Hf  Leave orders at the Abiiotsfurd  .1.1 ;:;J  Keep  Minard's"  Liniment    in    the  house. ......  .JAS. ADAM  Secretary  ��������������������������� ;" "::-.':First; Class       ::  ;   RIGS FOR HIRE  WOOD AND 8ARK FOR S        ALE    AND    DHLIVKRKD.  ���������', ".,.��������� -���������-if   '- .. ��������� .  ..������..���������������������������.���������.  EXPRE  SS WORK.  DAVID JOHNSOf^S  fe>rtONE 66.  ������������������ ��������� LAI)YSM!Tt1  ���������    ���������       ������������������ fr.- ������������������  :  ������     ' '' fr.- -   : ,    ; ; -   ..  -. -  t-i r  cf-K-^s������-u.gcEss?ttasfa.cs3K������i  Mr. A. '('hailoMon. oi Westminster  is iu the city and will leaxe ior Vic  toria Uus nioi'innjj As showing  wli.il he. a xeleraii tiinlwrninn, believes of Vaiicoiuer Tsl.ind resources he says take away the tm.bvsr  fiom Vaiicouxer Island anil the  iieam ot the II C rimber is gone,  xx-ith it i.s the most ���������valuabledot of  timber    in   the  woild,    and  the  nreat   timber   resources  ol _        aie mentioned   it   is seldom ihat any   wa\na  yxc  Railway  Belt _ in  British  m.-iinlnnil  man  will   gi^e the    Island| Columbia, may be    homesteaded     by  at uled  to       TtK'U.iiy  peison who is  tlie sole head   oi  a   family, ot any male over e ghtoen.  years of age, to  the extent of    one  \-et when  15.   C  Synopsis of Canadian  Homestead  Regulations.  Any     available     Dominion    lands  the    credit    it   is  moi.il   is  xxe  '-hould get   m  and  do    a  little  talking-ourselves.  NOTICE  LADVSMim    WATER WORKS  Consumers are requested to call at    the oflice     on  Roberts   Street ������������.  lay Water     Rates, between the 10th   and the 25th of each u- .-.'h.  "\i       Office Hsurs I P.M. 4 30  T, J BLAND  SUPERINTENDENT.  ? *5  biftht Teaming.    Wood arid   Bark   for   sale.     See  J.   KEMP,   or    leave  Orders With-���������r  PIRST AVENUE  W. CARTER.  PHONE      60  Two of the prominent yoiiny men  of this city kad , an impromptu  dip in the waters of the. harbor last  night. The two yoiuiif meii were  out enjoyin-j- themselves to a ride iu  a r.'lertvoro ��������� canoe just, at the time  when the steamer City of N'anaimo  xxith the uioonlight excursionists ji-  buMid, was leaving .lohns-ton's  whiirf for Beaver Creek. .Before the  canoeists noticed where 'they were  iti, tbey .suddenly found tTioiiiselxvs  in (lie steamer's swell -villi ihe rc-  snli that their llimsy craft xvas- suddenly overturned and its occupants  .precipitated'    into     the     xyatei'.    one  UNKNOWN FRIENDS.  There are many people who have  used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera-  ami Diarrhoea Remedy with sploiuliil  results, Wut who arc unknown tx  cause they have lic$itateil..,.aVout giv  ing a testimonial of their exjierienct-  for publication. These people, however, are none, the less'friends of  the remedy, They have done much  to make it a household word hy  their personal recommenldations. to  friends and neighbors. It is a good  medicine to have in the home a:>.l  is widely known for its cures >f di  arrhoCa and all forms of 'liowel Iron  hie. For sale by Ladysmith Ph;.i  macy.  ���������n  quarter section of  l(i0    acres,    more  or less.  Entry must he made personally at  tlie local land office for the district  ui  which the land  is situate,  'Ihe homesteader is req>uired to per-  jo'in the conditions connected therewith under one of (.he following  plans:       , ' ''  t.1) At least six months' residence  upon and cultivation of the land in  each year for  three years.  {���������2) If the father, (or mother, if the  father is deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm in the vicinity, of the laud entered for, the requirements as to residence may be  satislied by such person residing with  the father or mother.  (3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land owned'by him in the vicinity of his h-bme  'itcad, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by reside.ce  upon the said land.  Six .monlhe' notice in writing  should be given to the Commissioner  of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands may |>e purchased at $10  per acre for soft coal ami $20 for  anthracite. Not more than 320  acres can he atfqiuired by one individual or company. Royalty at the  rale of ten cents per ton of 2,000  pounds shall he collected oa the  gross output.  W.   W.   CORY,  Ask for Minard's" and take no other      Deputy of lhe Minister of Interior, THE LADYSMITH DA *T.Y LEDGER  fr i|i i|i i|i i|. $ tfii|i $tSifo$H$Hfr^>fo$Hfrfofrfr*fr <$h$hJh| I -ffiEasaisctaai^:^  I It's MONEY in YOUR POCKETS |  "���������Tt"'''* { "'-i'1"*^ ;  -to buy your-  BOOTS & SHOES AT BICKLES $   ���������- &   The Best Quality, Guaranteed at the Lowest Prices $  I Your  Honey  Spreads ������  Out a Long Way at  ���������  SICKLE'S  i  We're expecting  p in tor a look  at our two piece  Summeri  I  u it si    - ^  f".  They arc ������oiii;-c very fast i>nt \.-  LI ?!  we have still some��������� A fullranjie ll!  Kf  ������  Smith, Foios,  That's All!  1ND  HOG US MONEY  MINT.        ft   of . sizes and patterns-Double '������  NOTICE  Notice is li- re',v given that 1 intend lo apiily lo the Roard of Licensing Commii.sionci'-- (f the .City ol  Ladybinilh, at it ne\l silling; for a  tr.msfei from myself to lianry Blair  of the license to sell spirituous, anil  fermented liquors on iot three-(3),  Hlock twenty-six (2G), on the .itemises Unovvn as Hhe Cecil licftel, sit-,  natcil on First Avenue in tlie city of  Ladysmith,   B.C.,  Dated this 15th day of June, A.  D.  1*100. i  (ll'.UlUiE  IIANNAY.  By hii Al.loincy  in fact,  Henry Reifel.  r.k *W i>-r*"fc*3*a-������������  (Continued  fioin Vagc One.)  y  and single breasted  I  Local items  will  l������e held   this evening  in the Cily  Hall.  i Coon,  Joe Hanson a.u. violin It. Wil-  I  i lianis.    The first two named worked  i  ion  the ranch n������v.ir  Pendleton,  osten-  Thr last    geneial    'meeting of    Hit-' ' silily as lahorei.s, and Williams, it is  Dominion Da\   eele.ljr.iUon commute.;  alleged,   "shoved  the queer" in. Port-  ; Itviid and oilier places  foi   ihe   'conn-  I terfniters.   '   ..  j    (j0011| 5a\S the, odicers, posed as   a;  The-council meeting for nevt week ' jeweler and had.letter heads printed  will !e held on Tuesday evsnin������ in io hei]) the business_ along, lie se-  sicad of -Monday, as usual, ovvin������ to cured in this ni.iiiner some of t-lipi  that day bem������ a holiday. jvtVy finest machinery  and appliances   .������  i manufactured in  (he countiy.     Capt.  Ask tor Capital and Nugget Cigars     | IJell declarcs thai Ui<_ plant was  lho.|   ������������������  i most  complete   and  modern  counter-  Mr.   Robert  Callander    has  houphl ! Iciung outfit in existence,  out  the horses,   wagons  and   o-.npial !    11-  is s*11'1   lhat i.ovl1   other  ai rests  h'isinoss of M- Campbell, cily yen en- ' V<1 be m-ide,  iuclirdina, a   woman.  ji,ci, and will in  future conduct     th.-r  ������   |P0JJCE INDULGh.  FANCY  VESTS  LARGE VARIETY.  w������l  ,-J  PioReer Win? WoiKs  1st. Avenue, Ladysmith, B. C  1 I. Rsiiin?. Prop. \.  M A N U V ACTU Rl< R' OF j  Carbonated Beverages, I  *J i n g e r   Beer |  Fruit Syrups j  P. ,0.   Box  248     ' i  TEA SETS  We have a lovely assortment of  Tea sets in Different designs and  -       Colors  nii-i-i ���������. . 1   . 11 ������������w_3*-v-;a  ..(���������������������������"���������"������������������.���������"������������������������������������"���������������������������f***  business.  The show billed for tomoiiow eu'n-  iiKi- al the Opeia House promise:-, lo,  be a fi.ood attraction, and judeinu; : 1  the \v;iy seats arc selling, will |,e  vvilnessefl by many Ladysniilh 1 ei-  ple "The Sidew.nlK.s- of Nmv Yoi'������''  is the title or the play lo he pio-  duceil.  M'i. B. Foreimmcr has lceeive.I (lie  mecKils for the championship swimming contest winners, and Uicy are  beauties On the front aie portrayed two swimmers in the wain,  while the bad: is'nicely en������ia\ed,  giving the dale nnrl event for which  1hcv will lie presented, lie also has  the models for the sculling con I est,  which are also very suitable Lro-  ])hies, and well worth worsinn ], ,|.i  to win. They may be seen at h  place.  The clerks who journeyed up 11  Nanaimo lo play baseball ycsbcidru,  report having hail a good lime, al-  Ihough Ihey were beaten by one run  Notwithstanding the rain in the ci(\  1hcy were fortunate while .411 Huron il and escared without (lie wct-  tiiiji, which they expected when slart-  111";  out.  The indications are that there  will Le numerous entries for the double sculling contest for men 0n Dominion Day. Several local rowers  liavv doubled up Un the occasion,  and one or two pair of oarsmen  from Xanaimo will be here to eon  test. Mr. Frank Teague, one of the  winners of the event last year, has  expressed his intention of entering,  and says he has a good man to nu'l  with him. Last evening Mr Sanderson and his rowing partner were  out for a practice pull, and seem 10  be in    excellent    condition  foi     the  race I      __ i  None Better-Capital & Nugget Cigars !  IN CRITICISM  Vancouvui, ".June JO.���������The story as  told by Air. William Sheaier about  his kidnapping and removal to Ever-:,  ctt is naturally causing a great deal  of comment.   Mjuiy people unhesitat-  ny,ly say that while it made good  summer leading (hey do not believe  it. Among I hem may be included  the city .detective tnice. To a man  Ihoy say that tho slory is preposterous and tliey give masons for the  laul. of faith that is   in  (hem.  It. is suggest ed that if Air. .Shear-  ei's story was true his fnBt step  should have been lo infonn the Mv-  eLett police Mr. Shearer holds that  if he had the seven men in (he  schooner would have oulswoin him  and lie would have been sent to jail  For stealing their boa.1.  'Ilieit- are disercpawiCK in the slo-  r\ as (old bv Mr. .Shearer as rc-  L,ards how he came to change his  name on the othei side and also as  to the name he used, ..ul that may  I e due to the natural excitement  I10111  which he must have siili'ercd-.  NOTICE.  I have tal'ion ovci the scavcn.gci iliii-  siness lately handled by M. Campbell  and am prepared to do work in this  line in first-class shape Leave orders with me.  ROBERT CALLANDER.  Ladysmith,  15. C.  3>L  to  (���������-,  (���������������      v^J  3  h������j���������w������i*.,-������j.W-j  I  S  iters &  ��������� ���������������������������GOO'9 &���������->���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  -l-OP-  [ ennis  I .nc ro ".s-i  1^if^s^3^tS3^^S^iSS3S!SiSSSESsl^  >���������n���������m���������iwm -nn-w.il-��������������������������� m. i if���������a������r-i -���������-,  City B.ind   Moonlight  Uxcursijn  Around the islands.  Pei S S. JOAN.  Saturday    Jure   oth.  Plenty  of music, lUinoiiig,  etc.  The  I.oat leaves at 8 sharp.    Don't miss  this.  Adults r>0c;  Childien  (under   l'J)  25c.  I  LAUNCIIINd 'PARTIES.  11DPBA lit  Saturday Eve'^fti, Juaa 30th,  "The Sidewalks ot  f York"  8.3  a ill  Will be  Presented  GOOD PLAY.       GOOD ACTING  GOOD TIME.  Flags & Bunting Galore  fe  |b ; Seats on sale  fete,  at Blair & .Adams'i'  at Forcimmers  Keep Minard's Liniment in the house '    Ask for Minard's and  take no other  j^wwwy wywyuwvhi vwywwww ww m[^m ym.  is  there anything  you ��������� are short of? .' ������  ^g Summer Drinks, Canned (ioods, Fruits, Vegetables, Biscuits, |^  ���������^fsa      Pickles and Sauce*;   ^C  ���������'^     We  have   nverr'-day   necessilies   and     |)i ii.���������]������������������:���������;  ami   quality   can't    be ^>  ���������^     .beat.     Prompt attention   and ipiick delivery. ^^  2  ^.*M.<-K^"~ l������.fI-f^ilU������  BLAIR &  AI  fiwp^w^NwwwwMiwmAwww^  Patties wishing to engage a f rst-  clhss launch for piune m excursion  )i,n ties at reasonable tales should  apply to II. BLAIR, Cecil Hotel,  City. Launch may he cnca;������l foi Ihe  evening at any time st  PHOTOS���������One Dollar Uus six Cabinet Photos. Sunday is the last  dav. Photographs will nol le oTried again at this price. Conn- teda\  iSchenck,   the  Photographer.  Try a Province Ci^at  Smoke Big 15. Cigats  \  hn,\u just received a shipment oi  mils'   High Grade  loods  Sticks   AND   B; se Ba\l  Outfits   V/RITIi   J. BAPSLEY&CO,  VK10RIA, B. C.  The Sets Comprise 46 Pieces  I  S1M( 4UE1SER&C0 Ltd.  *-fisx^**stM ^&^jiM������j<wna-i������������m  PIGNIGERS ATTENTION  We have    made , arrangements;  to ha'. 0    a launch leave    the  wharf every hour; during Thurs  day  afternoons  and  en    Sundays after  10 o'clock in    the '  forenoon   fJir  the Green, --and  shell beach, whcio we have established  refreshment'   booths.  Campers    wishing    plots   "for  lenting shjiuld apply early, s.s  die   camping season  is nearly  here  n^S    McKINNELLEY-  -HUGH   THORNLEY  ^  ^  ^  ^  , Beiii^ in   the ���������;;   % BUTCHER   BUSINESS  55:   to.STAY.    We are ALWAYS in shape to please our  Customers,  ^   and have 011 hand the hest" stock of������������������ r  ^j  % MEATS, SAUSAGES, MAMS, BACO^S, E^C. %  ^    Obtainable, and,'sold at Ilie  LOWEST POSSIBLE RATRS. 1 . II   2  m*^    in and see us. ,' '  ' '    -       . ^'  I A. HOWE 1  fe: " MEAT  MARKET 3  "^ WO MAVK AlAROE SUPPLY OF ^^  '   '   FLAGS ��������� "  OP     ALL    DESCRIPTtONS    FOR  DOMINION     DAY  to  to  to*  IMISH I0B-\CC0^  CifelSlffS  >  to  FLAGS  FLAGS  FLAGS  LADYSMITH HARDWARE CO. LIMITED  Ifttotototototototo totototototototofe  t  at  <he-  FOR SALE  AT     ...      f  UIKWTS BOOH SIW I  DF^ UG  STORE  ..*M������*.������M������������^*.*������������������*������#  f If  Bh  IB  f������s hi  I--fc->t>CT������C������������i  Saturday, June 30th. and Monday, July 2nd.  2,000   DOLLARS    IN    PUR5ES  Excursion  l!:ites Don't M!ss Them That's All  V>ll��������� 1*1 I ���������!! I'lltllW-ICWHWMillW  J! --R" f  W. Q. Fraser  Merchant Tailor  FIRST AVENUE.  Suits    Made to Order to. Fit and to your  Satisfaction. Call and see StooU  arts  FOUNTAIN   PENS  We have just received a shipment of the Famous  LAURENCE     FOUNTAIN     PENS  Each one carries a special guarantee.    Prices from $1.00 up.  . 4���������CALL   and   SEE   THEM������������������^-  i-J  B. FORCIAiriER  Watchmaker. Jeweller, Optician  | FIRST AVENUE  ^v&a0&jmrmifftimwmMVMMnMhSi&i^\nmv  LADYSHITH  i  WALL  j. t. m  Secrelarv-Trca surer.  .V1CTI  ���������      I have Tor to-morrow a choice supply of    . m  ���������   Lamb, Beef, /Vlutttori   *  rsppings  loo. Per F^ooricJ  E. G. RAN NELL.-\  LADYSMITH   i  Handsome Designs, fine Golorings,  Prices Lowest  I   GAT ACRE ST  9  For the Month-of June,   ;and  until  further  notice,  we ..will  trim all Wall  Paper sold    by  us Froe of. Charge.  "H. KAYS  WALL PAPER DEPOT  '���������  Granite and Marble Works ���������  Grauife and   Marble Monu- ������  nmnts, Tablets, etc., at the ���������  lowest     prices     consistent m  with  first class  Btock   and ���������.  workmanship.       Write Mor 9  catalogue. ���������  A.   STEWAiRT, J  148 Yates St. Victoria B.C   '"���������  ���������  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������a**  Smoke a Big B Cigar.  IMPORTED ;HlCp mJaiT  ;      ^ENOtJRANCE"  ...    ,    (8132 U.S. B.)  At" Johnson's .Livery Stab,e every  Tuesday-at-nioiin, and will remain  until! Wednesday noon, each week.  TERMS���������$15 TO INSURE

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