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 mmmmmmm  tf^^CT-ryv������siXw������3j5nvH  L*0i,  st*Tt**:fsz**Lrt  k  li>  'I^'K^'WHfr^frfrFRTIT-F ��������� K*������*feH"*H>������H-f  ���������I*  DUNCANS &  LADSYfllTH  ^���������I'H--^^-^*Ir>*H'^^H~H~H'������H������'^4*-4'-H*4-^<">4>������I������  I LADYSMITH  : |    *  &DUNCANS  VOL.   2,  FRIDAY,     MAY   26,      1905  PRICE FIVE CENTS  BARON ALPHONSE ROTHSCHILD  Died To day in Paris���������He  was one of the Best  Known Men  In the  World, Charitable  and Much Es  te med  SPRING ASSIZES AT NA- PORTLAND HOTEL DAM-  HUMO  (Associated Press Despatches.)  Paris,      May  26.���������Baron   Alphonse  -de     Rothschild, head of the French  ..branch of  the banking house bearing  l.lie  name  of  Rothschild,   and  governor of the  Bank of France, died this  /irioriiiiig- at (>..'.0 from acute -bronehi-  ���������j'*s,  aggravated   by  gout'. .The eminent financier had been sinking slowly for ���������.many days  but there was   no  apprehension that his death was imminent..     .He  first   took   to his  bed  two weeks ago.  Several'''rallies gave  '���������promise'.-of his  recovery.  Two days  ago the Baron began  to fail  rapidly  and  his  condition  assumed   a     dis-  cjjiiicting form.    Although be kept up  an animated conversation  with members  of  his   family  and   the old  servants, the patient  became very weak  and last night entered upon a comatose state and passed .away peacefully   this .-morning  surrounded  by '  bis  family.  The      deceased   Baron   leaves'   two  children,-,'.Baron   Edouard  and  Baroness  Beatrix.    Me has two .surviving ���������_  brothers,   Baron   Gustav   and   Baron  Edmund.-   Baron   Gustav   has  a   son  Robert,  and. .-two daughters, one   of  whom 'married'. Sir   Edward  Sassoii,  a great friend of King Edward; and  the other .married   Baron Lamber  de  Rothschild,   of.  Brussels,   who     has  long.represented  the Rothschild's interests at  the capital and   who succeeds  Baron  Alphonse as  head     of  the Paris banking house.  The ��������� announcement  of   tbe  Baron's  death caused   widespread   regret,   for  besides his   position   in   tlie  financial  World,    Baron  Alphonse  was known  for bis  lavish charities,  one of    the  latest 'being tlie gift of $2,000,(100 for  the erection of workingmens'  homes.  The >hews 'of tlie Baron's death caused   a deep   impression  among   financiers generally.  . It .was said that his  death ��������� would    probia'bly momentarily  influence  the extensive  interests      in  which     thc house is concerned, hut  Ihat it would  not have a lasting" effect on  thc   markets.    The   deceased  will be succeeded as head of i the Paris   Banking- house  by  Baron Lamber  de  Rothschilds of  Brussels,      whose  business capacity has earned'him  a  world-wide reputation.  The burial  of  Baron  Alphonse  will .  be  most simple,   according   to     the   |  strict rule of the  Rothschild family', i  including      a plain    coffin      without  mourning   tributes.    The  funeral,   the  date of which has not yet been fixed,  will be the occasion of a notable tribute of respect.  A member of the French American  Banking Holise said: "Baron Alpho'ns  was the leading spirit of the Rothschilds in their relations with practically all the governments of Europe. Besides the collossal task of  financing the indemnity which France  paid to Germany after the Franco-  German war of 1870-71, lie actively  carried on relations with other gov'  ernmciils. In Italy these included  both Ihe gcivernment and the Vatican  finances. The house also has large  interests in Spain. It largely controls Austria's railroad development  and held considerable parts of all  tlie, old Russian issues, but the house  has not exercised a controlling interest in the new Russian loans.  The large industrial interests of Ihe  bouse iiij Russia include the petroleum  fields of Baku. It alsa lias had con-  siderable dealings with American financiers.  Baron       Alphonse   De   Rothschild,  who died  today,  was  Uie second son  of  Baron  James  De  Rothschild, having  succeeded   his   brother,   the   late  Baron  Edniond   .lames   De   Rothchild  as head   of   the   Paris   house.    Baron  Alphonse   was born   Feb.   .1st,   1827.  He  was ;a governor  of   the   bank   of  France, a member of the Academy of  Fine Arts.  a member  of  the  French  Institute,  arid commander of the Legion of Honor.  Only three Cases were Pre,  sented and None so  far Tried  1  One Case Only is put Over  Until [Next week  Monday  (Associated Press Despatches.)  There    were but three cases      to  come  before  the court when  the assizes   opened   yesterday,   with  Chief  Justice Hunter presiding.   These cases   were  Rex   vs.   Southin,   indecent  assault,  laid   over   from   last assize;  Rex.   vs.     Smith,   indecent   assault;  Rex vs.  Raines,  theft.  No hearings were held, no bill being found against Smith, and while  a true bill was' found against Raines  by the grand jury, the crown moved  to stay proceedings, owing to a daw  in the ease, and the prisoner was  discharged. The case against South-  in was not proceeded with owing to,  the illness of the prosecutrix, Miss  Alice Trumper, and the case was adjourned till Monday next.  The following grand jury was  sworn in shortly, after court opened  at two o'clock yesterday:  Jos. Dandle (foreman), Geo. A.  Fletcher, J. Fanning, Alex.. Henderson,, J. F. Doyle, Fred. Wagfdaff, T.  T. Buckle, .lolin Meakin, Win. Randle,  Alex. Anderson, Ed. Devlin, \V. C.  Scott, C. It. Masters.  The crown..prosecutor,,: Mr. II. D.  Ilelmckeii, K.C., of Victoria, then  addressed the court briefly and moved for the adjournment of (the South-  in case until the next 'assizes. He was  armed with a certificate from the attending physician, Dr. L. .1. O'Brien  that the prosecutrix was confined to  he i: bed and would ; not be able to  appear for at 'least1 three days.  Tlie defense, Mr. ��������� Southin not being  represented  by  counsel, objected  the     adjournment,      saying  ready  to      proceed   to  AGED BY TIRE  Broke out  in   the Cellar  at Late Hour Last  Night  Owing jto Good Service of  Fire Department it was  Soon (Extinguished  at  re-  POPb  WILL NOT SEND  A  SPECIAL   MISSION.  Rome,      May 2(1.���������The report that  the  pope,  will  send   a special  mission  to      the   marriage  of  Crown  Prince  Frederick      Willi am   is  not   correct,  such action  not lieing in accord with  the ens I oin   of  the   Holy   See.     His  Holiness,   however,   will  send  an  autograph letter of greeting and felicitation, accompanied, perhaps, by     a  gift.  to  he- was    trial,  and in  view of this 1 lis 'Lordship refused to!  set the case for the next assize, but  granted an (adjournment to nextiMon-*  day  instead. Bail was fixed  two thousand   dollars,  the crown  fising Io permit the man to be    released   on      bis   own   recognizances.  Bail   was  furnished   by  a brother-in-  law of SouthinY.   The court then adjourned  to allow' the grand  jury  to  report.      It was not until '1.30 that  the  grand   jury   filed   into   the court  room,  returning a  true bill against  Raines,   but with   "no  bill"   marked  in the indictment against Smith. Mr.  Smith and his counsel, M. R. Simp,  son  of  Ladysmith,   immediately  re-*,  ceived most     hearty congratulations  on his discharge.  In  the Raines case,  prior to     the  court proceedings-to impanel a petit  jury to hear the case,  the crown attorney arose, and moved  that a stay  be taken, as  it had  been discovered  that  the chief  witness for the crown  was outside Canada ������������������and that,Ids dispositions   taken   before  the  committing magistrate had  not been signed  by  that gentleman, and that he feared     that, the indictment based upon  those     depositions   would   not  bold  good.   Mr.  F.  McB.   Young,  who appeared  for  the  defense,  did  not need  lo   press   Ibis   point,   as   the  justice  fully agreed  with  the  prosecuting attorney.   A stay   of  proceedings     was  entered  and      the  prisoner  was  discharged.    A -stay   in  this  case     amounts  practically  to  a surrender      of  Ihe case by  the.  prosecution.  The grand jury was then instructed to make its presentment at the  next silting of the court, on Monday  next, and the com:  till  that day at 2 p.m  The    residents of     Ladysmith bad  another little   fright last night,  fire  again being the     cause.   Shortly before twelve    o'clock  the clanging of  the fire bell awakened those: who had  retired for the night, and called the  fire brigade     to     their duties.   The  Portland    Hotel     was     going up in  smoke.   In a very     short lime after  the alarm   was sounded Chief Smith  bad his brigade at     the scene of the  fire, but it was fully a quarter of an  hour before     water could be brought  into   play on     the burning building.  Smoke was issuing in great volumes  from the roof   but no Hare Was seen  until the moment the water was turn  ed on,     when the bar room suddenly  became one mass of flames.   In a few  minutes under     the     mighty xow of  water the    flame in the.bar was extinguished and it     was clpar to the  by-standers that the brigade had tho  fire well under control and the quantity of smoke     issuing from various  parts of the building became less and  less:  -At, one time the alarm that the  fire had   broken     out in the kitchen  was given and the hose was speedily  taken through the passage and under  the'influence of the steady stream of  water fire   in that     apartment soon  vanished.  The firemen continued to pour a  steady flow of water on the hotel, although the fire was apparently extinguished. A few articles of furniture were carried out but that left  inside was badly'damaged bv water.  The hotel" in question stands in  <lo;c proximity to J. W. Wat-ion's  residence and had the flame got a  hold this place would have been in  great .danger, thc wind blowing the  smoke-directly over it. Fortunately  not the slightest-damagtr-was done to  it. ��������� '���������;/'     ��������� :;' , /  The fire is supposed ���������'to have originated in the cellar, the cause being  unknown.   The building -'and, con tents'  arc stated io be fully insured.  .���������'.-"���������  '"'���������   '   -'      'I1.. ���������         . '  ANOTHER BUR-  IEDTREASURE  Los Angeles, CaL, May 2G.���������A bottle having every appearance of having been in the sea a long time was  picked up at Ocean Park today and  b was .found (to contain a note purporting; to be- from Wilbur" A. Harris, a  native of 1'ontiac, Mich., stating  that on May 8th, 1902, the whaler  Eltoro, out of Toplobampo, Mexico,  was wrecked off a small island south  by southwest of Tahiti. Harris further states, that among the crew who  drowned was Lopca Auileamcnzo,  who had in his possession a French  manuscript handed down In his family giving the complete history of  the lost Dauphin of France, written  by, a man in whose charge Robespierre' left it, .and a French ornament set  in diamonds. Harris asks that. a  professor of history of Yale University l>e notified and gives instructions if or finding this histodcal, treasure,  which lies buried.  FINilU:iAi CAPABILITIES  M������kado,s    Ministers   Say  They Have Astonished  the World  Baron  Son!  Thanks   the  Capitalist^ for Financing the war  (Associated Press Despatches.)    ���������  Tokio, May 26.���������Baron Koinura,  Minister of foreign affairs; Baron  Sone, minister of finance, and Baron  Shibysawa addressed the clearing  House Association today. Baron Ko-  nmra said that the*, financial capability of Japan had ..completely surprised the world. He <was glad that  Japan was showing 'a financial and  productive ability as .well as strength'  on (he battlefield. Tlie war, he sRd  would - last long,' and he trusted  much in thc commercial ability of  the nation after the iwar was ended,  when a greater prospect would be opened lief ore ;the. country. He, expected  he said further, that the commercial  interests would do^their utmost to  develop and extend'.'commerce. He  also expected the introduction oi  foreign capital and fie counselled his  hearers to facilitate; this introduction by inspiring foreign capitalists  wilh confidence,,in the country.  Baron Sone thanked' the financial  and commercial interests for their  great assistance in -financing the war  Barom Shibysawa? said that thc  commerce and productive capacity of  the nation was growing despite the  war. Thc bank -clearings, he said,  for 190-1 exceeded two billion dollars; which amount'was unprecedented. He expected that the bank clearings of lOOfi would lexceed two and  one  half billions.    '  COME PREPARED TO MEET  Towns    And   Standsbiiry  light Hard for Championship  IN ADMIRAL TOGO  Whichever gets it Will Defend it Against all  Comers  (Associated Press Despatches.i)  New  Westminster,  B.  C, May  26.  ���������George To wns, or James Stansi^iry  whichever   may      H?e   the   champion  oarsman     of  the  world  after their  match in July next, will 'defend ..the  title against all comers on the Fraser  river  during the Dominion  exhibition which opens here on September  27th.    The big attraction  was definitely settled this morning in a cable  message received by thc fair management from Towns,  in reply to     the  latest offer made  to him.    He says  that if he is successful against Stans-  bury in July he will be here on the  conditions offered and prepared to defend    his      title  against   the   world.  Stansb/iiry, who was previously heard  from,  is prepared  to-be here in any  event.  The offer of the fair management  for a double skull championship race  is also satisfactory to botili Australians, and when, they arrive here to-  row for the .single scull 'championship  they wi 11 be prepared to meet any  other pair or oarsmen in the world.  Japanese Public| Believe the Naval Commander Prepared to  Meet Any Situation  Reported Ttouble Amongst Field  Marshall    Oyama's  Troops  NEWS OF  THE RACERS  Carpathia From   Mediterranean ^Brings  news  of  Yachts  was  adjourned  GERMANS  IN RUSSIA  ARE MUCH DELIGHTED.  St.   Peteisbiirg,  May  20.���������The   recommendation  of  the  comniil-l.ee     of  miiiisler������   permitting   the   re-opening  of      German     gymnasial   and   other  schools  in  the  Baltic and other provinces  has  been  greeted  with a burst  of  joy   by   the   Germans.     The     St.  Peteisbiirg Zietung,. which  for a century  has been   the ���������German  organ  of  Russia,   says   the.  government apparently  has  liually  realized   that     the  Germans of  the  Baltic provinces are  none  the K'ss loyal for .retaining) Iheii'i  love for the mother  tongue.   The paper   rejoices   that   the  teachers       of  j German   will   no  longer he  regarded  as criminals,   mid   that children  will  not he  forced   to  sneak  into schools  by  back streets  with   their book disguised  as  grocers'   parcels ki  order  to obtain an education.  INTERNATIONAL   CONFER.  ENCE ON  AGRICULTURE.  Rome,  May  20.���������King  Victor  Emmanuel is  taking a great personal interest in  all  the  preparations     for  the   international   conference   on    ag'  liculture,      andjl is   daily   discussing  with   Foreign Minister  Titoni  every  detail  of   these   preparations.    Meanwhile  the delegates    from  all  parts  of the world are beginning  to arrive  and   receptions,   dinners   and   garden  parties  are lieing  prepared   for  their  pleasure.  KILLED HER FRIEND  WITH  A  PISTOL.  Bingliamptin,      N.   Y.,   May   20.���������  Little  Helen   Louise  Palmer,      v'no  was accidentally shat by a playmate  last  Saturday afternoon,   died    this  morning.       This  is  the third   Icavh  that  has occurred  in   this city   .vit.n-  in the last, month that has been due  to  pistol shots fired by children.  Calgarjhas a new $75,000  house^  school  New  York,   May   20���������The   Carpathia, which arrived today from   the-  Medittorranean brought news of the  racing  yachts.    On May  22  in latitude  40.46,  longitude  52.02,   a1 wireless message was received from   the'  St. Lewis from. New York for South  amp ton, as  follows:  "At 12.34 a.m.,  Greenwich time, iat. 34.52, longitude  55.22,  passed yachts- Endymion   and  Ailsa at 7.30 a.m.  (Greenwich time)  Iat.     39.90,   longitude   52.25   passed  yacht   Hamburg."   The   Carpathia on  the    same  night,   May   22,   at  11.00  (neon meridian)  Iat. 40.44, longitude  33.13.15, passed a sailing craft bound  east  showing coston  lights  red-blue,  Toll owed  by  one  red  ball.    The captain of the Carpathia says that the  blue  lights   might  have   been   white.  When   the  coston  lights   were    displayed  the craft showed an immense  spread   of    canvas  and   was   sailing  northeast at great speed.   The night  signals  of the  Endymion are coston  light red  white,  followed by one red  star. .Those of,the Atlantic are coston .lights red- blue, followed by one  red   ball.  PHILADELPHIA'S MAYOR  MAKES  TROUBLE."  Philadelphia,    May 25.���������The bitter  feeling that has been engendered    by  tlie gas lease fight was intensified today,  when Mayor Weaver practically  ejected  from the offices  of the      departments  of  public safety and rub-  lie   works  his  two  former directors,,  and again  installing the men appointed by him Tuesday.   While the mayor   was      ordering his  old directors  out  of  his offices, his attorney    appeared in the Supreme Court and obtained a special i order suspending the-  temporary   injunction   granted   to the  old   directors  yesterday'by the county  court.  In the thick of the figlht today camq  a story  thai   Ihe  mayor  is to   ,c rr.-  peached.       For   what   particular offence   was  no|. clearly  defined.     One  rumor      had  it   that, he  would       be.  brought   before   the city   council'   for  his  conduct of an election fraud cure  while  he  was  district  attorney,  and  another,rumor had it that he was   o  be  made   to answer for   some  i 'egal  lapses  of  duty  while in  his  present  position.     All     attempt    o      Urn  the impeachment rumor \.il.d.  THE WAY RUSSIAN JUSTICE  ' IS DEALT OUT.  Kishinieff,  May  23.���������In  an  official  investigation of one of the numerous  cases of' assault on  Jews  and students in the streets, it has been decided-: that  the assailants,   including  two., members;of the^noMlity and fire  burghers "exceeded their rights "by  stopping and  beating passersby.   All  of  them      were  sentenced   to  short  terms of imprisonment,  while     the  victim  of the assault who  defended  hi nisei f     with a revolver,  was fined  $12.50.  Private reports from |Z)yitoiiir, province of Volliynia,, says -.the.. tension '  between the Jews  and Christians  is  increasing,   and  that both   sides  are  arming.,      The    Ignatifi commission  (for  the revision of exceptional  law  designed  for  safeguarding   public  order)   has   pronounced  against  aeon,  tinuance of the minor state of siege  which is     usually declared'in many  Russian cities, finding that at led to  the greatest abuses  and .arbitratari-  ness  and   furnished  a  pretext...    for  domiciliary  visits   and summary   arrests.    The  commission   recommends  the entire abolition of the so-called  minor state of siege,  as  a half-way  vexatious   measure  clothing  the  authorities   with  unnecessary   arbttary  power', and the substitution at times of great public stress of martial  law, so as to leave the cities either  in a normal condition with the civil  authorities in full  sway or entirely  under the control of the militia.'   o   DOINGS   IN THE DOMINION H i'.:.-K  Ottawa, May 25.���������The House was  in session most of the day. Sir Frederick Borden announced that ;io difficulty had been experienced in getting  infantry for Halifax and Esqoiimalt,  but that, some difficulty was met  with regarding to artillery ami engineers. This will he overcome, he  hoped, by securing, the consent ol  the imperial authorities to recruit  time-expired men from, the British  regiments. It, was confidently, expected that Canada would take over  the charge of the two garrisons on  July 1st.  Tbe  international commission     to  determine al'l fishery questions at issue   lietween  British   Columbia     and  the  state of Washington  will  likely  be appointed shortly.   The   state legislature  rejected -the  proposal  for a  two years' suspension of canning operations,  although   Canada   had     accepted, but     consented to  a weekly  close time of 30 hours. Several other  important  'questions   pertaining      to  the fisheies   remain to be determined  and it is thought this -can  best      be  done by     a commission representing  the province  and  the state.     Should  this be.'brought about, Hon. Mr. Pre-  fontainc      hopes   thai   Chief   Justice  Hunter will   be  the 'principal   reprc-(  sentative of Canada. <���������  The writ for Levis was issued today. Polling takes place June 13,  the same as  London and  Oxford.  NO FURTHER" NEWS OF  REPORTED NAVAL FIGHT.  St. Petersburg, May 26.���������(11.5 p.  m.)���������Nothing further has been heard  of the reported naval battle south of  the Island of Formosa.  The daring attempt of the  Japanese May 23rd     to cut  the railroad  and  blow up  the bridge over  a  tributary of the Ting Llao,  south    of  th3.Russian  main lines  from     Kun  Chungtsu, about 30 miles east      of  Gunshu      Pass   to Kiri'n,  which are  now     connected  by a field railroad,  bears a striking  resemblance  to  the  blowing up  of  the  bridge  over  the  Kansk-air river,   160 miles  north of  Mukden by Major Nanganuma of the  Japanese     army,  just  before  Field  Marshal Oyama undertook'to-advance,  against General Kuropatkin at "Mukden.   Another parallel of the. raid of  May      23rd  occurred  while  Cen3raT  Rennenkampff's  cavalry  recently was  working  around  the left south     of  Fakoman,      just as Nangamus'     exploit coincided  witiV General Mistch-  enko's raid on  New Cliw-ang in  September   last..    According   to   leports,  the raid of May  23rd   was launched  from Mongolia.  CLAIM THERE IS TROUBLE  AMONGST JAPANESE TROOPS  ' Gunshu    Pass, May 20.���������(100 Miles  north  of Tie     Pass)���������The  Japanese  tactics are puzzling.   They give way  at  tiie slightest     pressure      against  their    centre on     both  the railroad  and  the     Mandarine road.   The Chinese, explain the retirement is due to  tiouble among the reserves, some of  whom,  they     say,  are almost    in a  state  of revolt    because the govern-'  liienl has not kept its promise to "return  them ito Japan.   Ihe retirement  of the Japanese centre is' interpreted  by some of the Russian officers as a  postponement of Field; Marsnall Oya-  mas offensive" movement,  because of  the bad state of tic roads, but this  view is not shared by! all the.officers.  In order,to     prevent wrangling over  the question  of    reward  or  ce   nsu-  sure arising    from reports,forwarded  by     the commander-in-chief    through  the army corps commanders, General  Lincvitch in an .order,of the dav has  directed that    copies of the, original  reports of a" encounters, and indivin  ual exploits  be     transmitted  to his  staff as well as     to Briefer reports  through  the   ordinary channels.  THR  WHOLE RUSSIAN  FLEET  ."'���������"'���������   " . -IS/ASSEMBLED.  Ts;n;r Tau, May .20:���������The whole  Russian fleet is assembled near Woo  Sung, and the German squadron-   at  (Continued on Pa are J )  ANNUAL MINING REPORT  OF NANAIMO DISTRICT  The following interesting report of taiiied with     depth,    and the copper  the mines of the Nanaimo mining  district is taken from the government  report of Marshall Bray, gold commissioner for the district]  "There were 472 mineral claims in  good standing at the end of the year  and while fewer locations were recorded during 1904 than in previous  years, more development was done  and recorded, giving in many instances very satisfactory results. The  great difficulty is that many of the  properties are handicapped by the  owners not having means to do the  development work which the showings really deserve.  The mines of Vancouver Island and  the coast made a good showing during the past year, as the returns  from the Tyee smelter, at Ladysmith,  show. The following is the record  of the work done, viz: furnace record  from 1st January, 1904, to 31st De-  265 days of 24 hours each. Smelted,  Tyee ore, 57,450 tons; custom ore,  7,953 tons; total smelted, 65,403  tons.  The custom     ore includes   the o.e  1  A fifteen round match has been ai^  rang'-sl between Charles Mitchell and  John L. Sullivan, to take ;.ilace on  the 19th of September, in Tacoma.  from the Van Anda mine, on Tex ad a  Island. The Marble I'ay miiu-s shipped part of their ore to Tacoma for  treatment.  Total value of the above ore smelted, less refining charges only, was  $831,902.41. All the ore smel'ted by  the Tyee smelter was from Vancouver Island. Already ores from many  properties a,re brought to the  smelter1 for treatment, and ores will  be handled during the coming year n  increasing quantities, as development  work on the mines of Vancouver Island and the coast has established  their permanence.  Texada Island���������Tlie Marble Bay  mines, belonging to the Tacoma  Steel Co., under the management of  Mr. A. Grant, produced ami shipped  during the year 13,219 tons, dry  weight,. The development work consisted of sinking tho main shaft KiO  feet, and driving a total of '150 lin.  feet on the 300, 400, and 5B0-ft. levels. The 500-ft. level is 515 feet below high-water mark. The' new plant  installed comprises one 100-h. p.  boiler; a station pump, capacity 10,  000 imperial gallons per hour; an electric light plant; costing, including  buildings and connections, over  $0,000. The average number of men  employed for thc year  men and  12  was 52 white  Chinese ore sorters. Thc  values have improved.  The Van Anda properties, held by  the Van Anda Copper and Gold Company, Ltd., under the management of  Mr. G. L. Mackenzie, shipped during  the year 3,539 tons. The development work done was: 480 ft. of  drifts, 6'0 ft. of Rinzes, 35 feet of  raises, and 44 feet of cross-cutting.  Plant installed: a gravity tram connecting the Copper Queen with the  main line from the Cornell mine, and  a. link motion hoist installed at the  Copper Queen mine. The a>eiage  number of men employed .luring the  year was 30 white men :.nd ^ e hi-  nese:  ihe Puget Sound Tron Company's  mines did net ship any ore cuing  the year.; but development work was  done in driving the open cut into the  hill 113 feet to open a large dtposit  of iron ore. The number ul men employed for the year was fir/e.  The Coriiiilen. . ��������� i;.?. i.-vnuany has  been steadily developing its pioper-  lies, having run a tunnel upwun's of  2ii(i IV. ���������, and a.!<o ,:.,i.i, -ome U'Ojs-  cutiing. An aulamatic ventilating  pb.nl. has hi en . .i.i.im in Ihe uu.-  iiil.  Thi- Loyal Group is r.ciag de1''eloped  by .i Seattle syndicate, "       . ��������� :.il  iroiii H. \\. Treat, and the showinge  are favorable. Z>!any . tin' claims  to bo. a prosperous one for Texada  Island. During ICO-i only assessment  work was done on the mineral claims  situate on Phillips and Frcckerick  arms, and Thurluw, Valdez and other  islands.  Oyster District���������The Vancouver Island Exploration ���������& Development Co.,  Ltd., has been steadily developing its  group of claims in Oyster district,  under the management of Mr. H. Cecil, and has shipped 40 tons of ^lr  ore to the smelter at Ladysmith,  and built two miles of wagon road  to' connect the mine with the Esquimau,, & Nanaimo Railwa;. at Pren-  'ton's crossing. The development  work at the mines consisted of the  upper tunnel (cross-cut') having been  driven 01 ft., and adrift run west on  the b-d'.'e fit feet.: drifted west on  the led-.-e 72 ft., and cast 40 ft. The.  ledge shows a bnrnil-e ore about 2 ft  in width, and the propeity promises  well. The averairo mnnlw of men em  rlnved   for tbe venr v-es ������e^on.  Co'isil'i'l'ilUo Trnrl.-  Tins  b**"   r'rvnn r>n  s-"-o-nl   other  claims  in   this  district  gold and silver values have been main   with favorable results. ^^ff^^^^^^^^^^^p^^  DAILY LEDGER  THE DAILY  published   every  day except Sunday.  BY        THE        DAILY        LEDGER  COMPANY.  Offices,   Ladysmith and  Duncans  SUBSCRIPTION  PRICE  BO cents  a  month,    $5  per  year   in  advance.     Advertising; rates on ap.  plication.  DAY SCHOOL  Usual subjects taught; also languages, drawing in pencil and crayons, paint ng in oils and water colors, pianoforte and vocal lessons gi?-  en  in classes or individually.  MISS BERTRAM,  ladysmith. B.  C.  ���������sues  naWW  Esquimait  &. Nanaiip  Time Table No. 54,  laitaay  Via the peoples' favorite  ,  13,   1105.  Sat.. Sun. Soutiib'd  ;ind  Wed. Arn\re  temperature  higher  Mcaity|  London, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver, St. John, N.B.  If everyone interested in securing  funds for a Dominion Day celebration  and all interested more particularly  in.'having a fund raised to put some  ' athletic grounds in good condition,  will pull together for the next month  and. subscribe as 'liberally as they  can, towards carrying out these objects, there will i.e no trouble  whatever in raising- enough money.so  that the surplus will clear up ground  j'nd at least put them in fair condi-  1 ion. It will be in order to select  the grounds and get title; to them for,  il is assumed that Mr. Dunsniuir's  promise of a five acre plot will still  hold good- If there are not funds  enough to do all that we should like,  to have   done this     year   we can at  least make a thoroughly     good start   Johns  Hopkins  university,   will short  and if necessary, no doubt money 'ly join Dr. Osier in London, ,the four of Dickens, "He knows my books are  could be borrowed to complete any to sit for a group portrait, to be  work needed so that grounds could painted by John S.; Sargent, at the  he fenced and made to yield some wish and expense of Miss Mary E.  revenue'"While".'.' we are about it the Garret'of; Baltimore,' ;TJicise.-four'-pro-  grounds should he so selected tluiV a fessors ate the original faculty pf  good half-mile track could be laid, the medical .schooT of the university,  for  which   we   want   to  arrange  for ; a department     which virtually, owes  LADYSMITH AERIE     NO. 686, F.  O. E.     :���������:       :���������:        :���������:     **-]  Meets In the Opera House 1st and  3rd Tuesday at  7.30 p.m.   Worthy  President,  B   Forcimmer;     Worthy  Secretary, C II. Rummings.  ������������������ Plans,   Specifications and   De-  ������������������  ������������������ tails     furnisheil for all kinds   ������������������  ������������������ of work is the CARPENTER  ������������������ Line  ������������������ C.  B.   ROBELEE,   Carpenter  ������������������ and Joiner,     2nd ������ve, Lady-  ������������������ smith,  B. C.  ��������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Ladvsmith Hardware Co  ��������� .���������...-. ���������  age; nts:-  Drs.   Halst.3d;:kelly  and', Welch-  of /.name and  a family   to  support.'-' On  another occasion Thackerav remarked  racing as well as for other sports.  All that is now required- is for the  collecting committee to do their hest  and the sport lrKjng public to donate,  as they caii.-afford, and the committer:  certainly will  i Is ;existence to ��������� Miss Garrett's benefactions..  a'"-protest against his���������that if one set  are (rue t'-e other must be false."  ���������)ain?s R ���������ssrll Lowell pronounced  satarist. Cne appeals to the multitude,  the other to  the few.  WHY   '.'TIIACKERY  \   AND   niCi-'LNS'"  The names     of. ThackcryV and  Dick-  do the best they can   ens are often,  if:.not almost..always,  in  the way     of having     a good pro-,  gram of    amusements     for Dominion  coupled  in some,   way  with  refcicner  to  English authors     or literature of  the!r  period. : 11 is   probably  because  Day-all-unnecessary expense will   he   Uuiy ^ cmln(ry-meil an(1 conj;ein!)0.  cut out and necessary expenses iwpt ,-arics, for'there -was nothing ju. coin-  down ,to a moderate amount. .The. m'oii'between them personally -in  time    .is'propitious,  let  us'.-celebrate   Uieir careers  or     their   inspirations.  ..������������������' , n���������'r���������i���������rnnr om,''   Said an enthi.siast  who  was  propos-.  and prepare for     the lutuie ot ama-. , '  ��������� ..���������.'...   , ,   inn; a 'toast at a literary dinner: "I  lour sports     also,  for without good ��������� ^    (o ^     liealUl of- two of tlie  onyands it. is impossible" to'-have Rood -greatest'forces in "fiction in the nine-  games. All wenecd to do is to work teen til ocblury���������Dackcns and- Tliick-  tonetlier. -ery��������� no, no,     I  mea-       ^r-lcciy., .ai|:l  '.'_  , \ Thickens."' With  a  mighty cli'orl.  he  ,,    ,          ..          ���������i,. ,m������niMi������l I'u'eil himself     together     and  begun  Digo Mendoza,  the newly appointed i                                         i  ,i.; 1. .��������� n,-.  fa                                                    . again,     "Gentlemen,     I  drink to the  minister  of Colombia  to  the   Liuicii ^^ ^:  ^^cmi    an(,   Dici.cry."  States,  is a prominent lawyer, a no- .ptic.n-ne Slt    down  with the air ol_  v  ted  student of  internatir.nal   law and f a. j,,K extricated     himself  from  the  political   economy   and   a member; .of muddle  congress.  He  has  been  president  of  the   Republican   university,   a   profes-  roi- in  the leading colleges, a -writer  of   fame   and   one   of   the   recognized  leaders or the- liberal party.   ���������o ; ���������  James McNeil Whistler, the artist,  slopped to (jiuestion a particularly  ragged and dirty boy in London.  ���������'MIow old are yon?" said Whistler.  '���������'Seven, sir." "Oh you muslv  more than that'.'  Turning ��������� to'a friend who was-;with  him the artist said, reflectively: "I  don't 'behove he could get that dirty  in seven years, do you?" ,   .  '.'No,-  1   ain't."  There was probably as much rca.1  dis.retion behind those words as  could be found in :.the average association of the two names. .Thackeray  and Dickens -were by no means '���������'Heavenly.-Twins,": in their lifetime, >r in  separable in .that, literary paradise  where genius is supposed to disport  its;-lf for inspiration, Thackeray envied Dickens' popularity and bank ac-  counl and Hic'eus-envied Thftokmiyjs  stive and  literary attainment.  Speaking of David Copperficld when  it was the talk-of London, Thackeray  confissed,     "It has     put me on  my  The X-rays operators in the London hospital used to lie injured occasionally by the rays, but nothing  fresh has happened since the Introduction of the X-ray shields.a year  ago. These shields ,are made of thick  gli'.ss canlaiiiing a high percentage of  lead.  Dr. Dier has gone down to Victoria for a few days. lie expects to be  hack  in  about .a week.  J.PIERCY AND CO.  WHOLESALE DRYCOODS.  Victoria,  B. C.  Manufacturers of the Celebrated  IRONCLAD BRAND     (  of  OVERALLS.  BLOUSES,  JUMPERS,  PANTS, _  SHIRTS, ETC..  U 11 ie .N j   w Managmen  Hotel Wilson  Nanaimo, B. C.  McKinnell &Woodbank  Proprietors.  Modern and     Strictly  lirst  Class.  Commercial Mens'  headquarters.  Fire Proof    Building.  NOTICE.  Persons found using our 'Patent  Bottle or Stoppers after this notice,  will be prosecuted.  HUMMING BROS.  Pioneer Soda Water Works.   .  Ladysmith, B.C.  PAINT INa,   PAPER     HANtilNa  *    '     '    12TC.  Work done properly and at right  prices. Shop and residence In rear  of  Ladysmith Hotel.  J. E   SMITH, Prop.  The City Market  R. Williamson, Prop.,  1st Ave,      Ladysmith  HOTEL DOMINION  ���������Rates Jfl.25 atd $1.50���������  F.te bue to all steamboat  landings anc  .ilway depotB.   Electric care eveiy Cvi  .i. i ntea to all parts oi   Ihe ciiy.   Ba.  nud table unexcelled.  F. BAYNES, Propiietor,  ABBOTT   ST.,  VANCOUVER   B,��������� C.  a-c fa-  ���������mil  Li m iled,  have for some time  ���������d  and   purified  latents relating there-  Attention is called to the      fact that the  Ogilvie Flour Hills Co,  makers  of  ROYAL  HOUSEI1 OLD    FLOUR.  past, been producing flour in a     vastly   improved  and   purified   form  by  the aid  of   ELECTRICITY-  and having secured control of all the basic pat  to, take this opportunity of advising the public that any -unauthorized users of the electrical flour purifying processes will be prosecuted.  Ogilvie Flour Mills Company Limited  are tlie only millers in Canada whose   Flonr i*  purified by th������ Electric process  'his   Hotel   has    been   completely  renovated  Hoard  and loiluiin" $1.0X    er d.'iv.  HOTEL-   PRETORIA  Those new designs in WALL PAPER are going fast. Come in and  see tjjem.  .FROM 18 CENTS TO $1.00  lbe have just received a large shipment of the famous Meltrosp Liquid  Paints, the best on the Market, at  $1.75-per gallon, 70 shades and colors to choose from.  Ca.ll  and see    our    picture  framoH.  { Picture framing executed promptly.  fainting and l'a|-erhanging done at  leasonablc rates.  HILBERT  HENHVS NtlRSFRIES  NEW CRQP-  Home Qrown 8c,  Imported  GARPEN,    F1EL.P     and FLOWER;  SEEDS.  THOUSANDS OF FRUIT, &  ORNAMENTAL    TREES  RHODODENDRONS, ROSES,  GREENHOUSE AND HARDY  -PLANTS.  For Spring planting.    Eastern prices  or less.     Catalogue free.  3010  Westminster  Road,  Vancouver.  Are You  Going East  Thea be sure your tickets read   via  the  Bar  Supplied   with   the  Best    Wines,  Liquors and Cigars.  1st Avenue :-: :-: :-: Ladysmith B.C.  he Farmer's  Meat  HARRY KAY  Geo. Roberts,  ^9S  2������  Prop   Dealers In   Pianos and  Organs ...  Ladysmith, B. C.  2  Overlands  Daily  Passengers can leave Victoria daily  at 8 p. m. or 11 p. m..  TICKETS SOLI) TO ALL POINTS  Shortest' route to Ferine, B. C,  and  ALL ICOOTENAY POINTS.  Kor rates. folders, sleeping car  reservations and all information call  on or address  TAKIN'G  EFFECT Til   UKS1JAY,. APU  HlHI'  - Northbound Southbound Northbound  Leave Daily Arrive    Leave  A.M.      P. M. .    P. M.     P. M.  Victoria .. :     0:00 12.(HI Victoria   4.80   7.55  Shawnij:.in  Lake     10:20   10.1C Sliaivniuan Lal.e ..... 5.17  C.-1C  Duncans   .* ,11:00   10 02  Duncan    '   5.55  5.55-  Ladysmith       11:57    i������-LO  Ladysmith  ....   .__.....   (i.'15   5.00  Nanaimo   .   ...  ���������.   12.40"  8.20  Nanaimo      7.37   4.15  Ar.   Wellington    ...  .'. 12:53 Lv 3.00   Ar. AVellinglon   7.52  de  4.00  . S. S. "dOAN"saiIs from Nanaim o for Vancouver Daily except Sunday; at 7 00 a. i."/., returning sails from Vancouver for Nanaimo on arrival of     C. P. R. train No.  1 or at 1.30 p. m.  Exxursion rates in effect to all points, good going Saturday and Sunday,   returning not  later   than Mond day.  GEO. L. COURTNEY.  ��������� ���������   ' ' ' ���������    Traffic  Manager.  S. G.  YERKES,  G.W.P.A.,  Seattle, Wash,  10. R. STEPHEN  75 Government st  Victoria, B.C.  HOTEL     LELAND.  (T. J. Wellman, Prop., Vancouver.)  One block from C.P.'R. Depot and  steamboat wharves. Newly renovated and re-modelled. Rates $2 per  day. Corner Oranville and Hastings  streets   Telephone,  1���������4.  BARBER    SHOP AND BATH ROOMS  The   ESPLANADE    between the  Grand and Abbottsford,  William Powurs, Prop..  F-ricBYourig  BARRISTOR and  SOLICITOR  NANAIMO. LADYSMirtl  BOOTS AND SHOES  AT RIGHT  PRICES.  Repairing and  making  to order   a  speciality.  THOriAS MCEWAN  1st Avenue,   Ladysmith, B. C.  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.     *  i  PURCHASERS AND SMELTERS OF COPPER, GOLD AND  SILVER ORES.  Smelting Works at  LADYSMITH, B. C.  Convenient to E. & N. Ry. or the Sea  J  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON,  General Manager. Smelter Manager. |  THOS. KIDDIE.  Smelter Manager.  %  %  %  I  W. SILER.  GENERAL EXPRESS AND  DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY D< > ��������� ������������������:  Leave orders at the Abbotsford.  LADYSMITH SHAVING  PARI0RS  HIGH STREET.  :���������:���������: best in the City .'���������:���������j  RATKS $2.00 PIJR DAY  SAVlPf/', ROO.VIS  EAR StJlMT.TKD WITH BEST  WINKS, I.IQUORS, CIGARS  ABBOTSFORD HOTEL  Best accomodation in town.   Splendid hunting and fishing in near vicinity.  A. J. McMURTRIE, Proprietor LADYSMITH, B. C.  *t*������a-.������*e*e)K������*e?K������*e;*������^  LIVERY, BOARDING AND  SALE5 STABLES  EXPRESS WORK   A SPECIALTY.  DAVID JOHNSON  mCKET   OFFICE  and ��������� Yates/St?.,  Cor.   Government  Victoria, B. C-  J  3  Trains  Transcontinenla'  Trains^Daily  One of which is the famous "North  Coa^t Limited," Ride on it always.  Up-to-date 'Pullman and Tourist  ���������sleepers on all trains: Through-.tickets issued to all paints East -anti  South, also Pullman tickets issued'-  and  berths reserved.  Only direct route to Yellowstone  Park. Cheap rates from all points-  Easti froin .Marcli 1st to May 1611k  -Steamship tickets on sale lo al.  Europeun points. Very low rales  now in-effect. Cabin accommodation  reserved by wire.  For further particulars call   at the  o������i or phone No.  45G.  A. D' CARLTON, C. E.  LANG  A.G.P.A.,  N.P., General  Ageni  Portland, Ore. Victoria,  15.C  The  only   line now  making    UNION  DEPOT    connections at  ST.  PAUL  and      MINNEAPOLIS     with       the  through     trains     from    the     Pacific  Coast.  '  THE     SHORTEST     LINE, THE  FINEST  TRAINS,  THE  LOWEST  RATES,  THE  FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CHICAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS  CITY,  arid ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete  information  ask your  local agent or write,  F. W. PARKER  General   Agent,  151 Yesler Seattle.  ������������������  *     -  I PHONE 66  ������  LADYSMITH *  WM. MUNSIE, President J. ,W.   COBURN, Man.  Direotor  Telephone'46. '  The   Ladysmith  Lumber Co   Ltd.  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND  LADY SMITH���������Shingles a Specialty.  ���������Manufacturers     of���������  Rough and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,  Shingles, Mouldings, Etc., of the Best Quality.  Seasoned  and   Kiln  Dried   Flooring     and  Finishing    Lumber  m    Stock.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $8,700,000 Reserve Fund, $3,500,000  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO  :B. E. WALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager  THEJONES HOTEL  One Dollar Per Day.  Goocr Table, Good Bed and Good Bai  (Half Block from Depet.)  HIGH STREET, - - - LADYSMITH  TRANSFER OF LICENSE.  IOTICE is hereby given  that at  (lie  ext  sitting of  the  Licensing   Court  be held at LadysmiUi, I intend lo  pply for a transfer' of   the retail  liquor  license     now held by   mc     for  the       premises        known      as     the  jContral     Hotel,      silualc on   Lot  <1,  Block 2!l,  Ladysmith,  B.C., froin my-  elf   to   David   II.   Davics   ii.iu.1        from  Ihe   said.   Central   to   l/ne   New    Wesl-  lli   Hold,   slluiite   on   Lot  5,   Block  8.   Ludysriulli,  13.  0.  FRANK   BARDESONO.  Ladysmith, B.  C, May 2nd,  1905.  BANK MONEY ORDERS  ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES .���������  $5 and under..... #.     3 cents ..?  Over $5 and not exceeding $10     6 cents  "    $io        ������' " $30  10 cents  "    $30        " " $50 .. IS cents  These Orders are Payable lit Par at any office ill C nacla of a Chartered Bank  (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking- point:, il the United States.  MKGOTIAM.K AT A  FIXED  RATK  A  TIIE CANADIAN BANK OV COMMERCE . LONDON, ENG.  They form au excellent method of remittin   small sums of money  with safety and at small   lost.  LAD^F'V'.ITH BRANCH  W.   A.   CORNWALL.  Manager.  CRYSTAL LAUNDRY  Leave orders with  BLAIR &. .ADAM.  All work first-class at THE CHRY  STAL,  VICTORIA.  Best accommodation for transient  and permanent boarders and lodgers.  GRAND      HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfortably furnished and the bar is up-to-  date. Rates $1.00 a day and upwards.  WM. BEVERIDGE, Prop.  Esplanade :���������: :���������: :���������: >-'. Ladysmith  LADYSMITH BAKERY  HOP LEE & CO.  ON THE ESPLANADE.  PASTRY OF ALL KINDS NEATLY  BAKED   AND  FRESH.  BREAD FIVE CENTS PER LOAF  Confectionary of all kinds.  Orders taken for Pastries to be delivered at any time.  Employment Agency.  HAY. GRAIN AND  FARM PKODUfl  Orders will be delivered anywhere  in the city promptly and at the lowest possible prices.  Leave orders at Christie's,  on  the  Esplanade  JAS.  WARNOCK. ,  ���������? 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Prices Always Right  PITT & PETERSON,  Duncan,    B. C,  ��������� ���������   ���������  ��������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*   ������������������   ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  DUNCAN  ESTABLISHED 1878  and QUAfllCHAN  Jzoul?a!em  ^otel  DUNCAN  STAGE LEAVES FOR. COWICHAN  LAKE MONDAY,   WEDNESDAY,  AND FRIDAY.      MOUNT.  SICKER  DAILY.  PRICE BROS.,  Proprietors.  Quamichan Hotel  W. P, JAYNES  ���������Importer and Dealer in all kinds of Merchandise���������  AGENTS FOR���������The American Cveani   Separator Co-, Grant Powder Co.,  ' and B. G.  Pottery Company.  Also Manufacturer of all kinds of Feed from Home Grown Products.  ���������o���������  Keast's Livery &  Freighting Stables  -H. Keast, Proprietor  Headquarters   for  Tourists and Commercial Men  ���������o���������  BOATS ON SOMENOS LAKE.  Splendid Fishing, Telephone connection.  FRANK CONRUYT, Prop.  Duncans Station.  Stage leaves Mount Sicker at   7 a.m.,  at 12:30 p.m., daily: except     Sundays.  returning,. leaves   Duncan  (Specials at short notice.)  X   DUNCAN,   B.   C.   X   X  ROBT. GRASS IE & SON  GENERAL BLACKSMITHS  wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm   -  HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY  STATION STREET,  &9T.  DUNCAN, B.-C.  AN EASTER OPENING  FAIR'S  HIILLlif STORE  OPENED AT DUNCAN  . Newest creations  in Millinery. Up-  to-date Hats   Made and Trimmed to  Order at Shortest Possible Notice.  FLOWERS,     FOILAGE.   All    Ladies     cordially     invited    to inspect  AN IDEAL TOURIST AND  HEALTH RESORT  Dredging in the rivers of Manitoba  and the N.W.T., excepting the Yukoa  Territory���������A free" miner may obtain  only two leases of five miles each for  a term of twenty years, renewable in  the discretion of tbe Minister of the  Interior.  The lessee's right is confined to the  submerged bed     or bars of the river  below  low water mark, and subject  to the rights ol all persons who have,  or who may receive, entries for bar  diggings or bench claims, except on  the Saskatchewan   River,   where  the  lessee may drcgde to high water mark  on each alternate leasehold.  The lessee shall have a dredge in  operation within one season from the  date of the lease for each five miles,  but where a person or company has  obtained more than one lease one  dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction is sufficient. Rental, $10 per  annum for' each mile of river leased.  Royalty at the rate of 2J per cent,  collected on the. output after it exceeds $10,000.    ,  Dredging in the Yukon Territory-  Six leases of five miles each may be  granted to a free miner for a term of  twenty years, also renewable.  The l������ssec-s right is confined to the  submerged bed or bars in the river  below low water mark) that'boundary to be fixed by its position on the  Jstilay of August in the year of the  the date of tbe lease.  The lessee shall have one dredge ia  operation within two years from the  date of ihe lease, and one dredge for  each five miles within six years from  such date. Rental, $100 per mile for  first year and $10 per mile for  each subsequent year. Royalty, same  as placer mining.  Placer Mining in thc Yukon Territory���������Creek,     gulch,   river and hill  claims shall not exceed 250 feet     in  eegth, measured on the base line or  general direction of the creek or gulch  the width  being from' 1,000 to 2,000  'feet. All other placer claims shall be  250 feet square.  Claims are marked by_ two legal  posts, one at each end, bearing notices. Entry must be obtained within ten miles of mining Recorder's office. One extra day allowed for each  additional ten miles or fraction.  The person or company staking a  claim must hald a free miner's certificate.  The discoverer of a new mine is entitled to a claim of 1,000 feet in  length, and if the party consists of  two, 1,500 feet altogether, on the out  put of which no royalty shall be  chargen, the rest of the party ordinary claims only.  KING   ICDWARD  AS  A PEACEMAKER.  It has been observed that kings  now a , days reign but do hot rule,  but whatever of truth there, may be  in such a saying, reigning monarclis  still exercise large influence for , ���������  good or ill upon the destinies of the Jj  people. , .-..������������������  The tact  and  graciousnessi of    the  ���������monarch.., who at tie'present  time  sits  upon  the  throne of the British  Empi re has  been largely responsible  for-.the.friendliness which is fast'developing. ������������������'������������������ fcHweeii;England and    her  hear neighjtinr across :the channel, andC  the  recent visit  of  King Edward to  President     Loubet,  and the cordial  welcome extended   to  him  by       the  French people will  do  much  to    cement the good-feelings  already     existing. ���������.;���������:���������'  The bonhomie of Britain's king  and his< wisdom and astuteness are  iii .striking contrast to -the swashbuckling hotheadeilness of his'brilliant nephew, who between his intermittent incursions into the regions of religious discussions seems  to delight in setting his friends and  foes by the ears. The G emmn ��������� Emperor in his "anxious. de;dre to main,  tain the peace of Europe" proclaims  in favor of "the mailed fist." lie is  reported the other day to have <le-  clarsd "that when he travelled the  world was troubled!" This may or  may not be a desirable reputation  for a monarch to attain,, alt hough it  would appear to be a serious men-'  ance.to the peace of the world.  King Edward's solicitude for the  welfare of his people has been shown  in many directions, -but in none  more than in the free-and easy  f('eiidliness with.-which he has moved about amongst the people of la  belle  France. c.  The visit of the formidable French |  fleet to Spithead which is to ' .take  place, in the near future will also go  along   way   towards   cementing     the  entente' cordiale  between   the      two  peoples whose past .history  for      a  thousand years-has  been, so-interwoven and whose future destinies     are  so much bound'up'with one another.  The  title of "Peacemaker,"  which  has been bestowed0 upon King     Edward,  will have been fully earned if  out;      of     the  better  understanding  which now obtains  between tlie two  nations there should arise a real aiid  permanent  friendship  between  Great  Britain and France.  ****t������**te*******^>A*i(������*MI'ieag'*t**#****eMt  Union  Brewing Co  NANAIMO,   B. C.  rtanufacturers of the  J In British Columbia ������  #    Lager Beer and Porter Guaranteed  Brewed    $  % from the Best Canadian Malt Run Hops SI  99999999*999999999* 9999**9999999^9999&999999*  Miners' Drilling Machines,  Made to order and Repaired at short  notice.    Drill 'Sharpened  by us always  gives satisfaction. Picks handl ed and repaired.  Shipsrnithing    in  a)1     it������    ^rarities.  Tforseshoers arid Genera! Biacksmitns.  David Murray  Buller Street   -    -    -.   -   Ladysrriitti, B   C  WE   NEVER   SLEEP  BUT ARE     ALWAYS ON THE LO OKOUT FOR    THE BEST MEATS  IN THE MARK ETS.  WE ARE NOW BRINGING OUR CATTLE  FROM TOAST OF THE RO  OKIES; YOU WILL GET THE BE ST IF YOU BUY FROM US.  RANNELL  &   PLASEKTT  STFVENS BLOCK,  GAT^cR13   ������M-..Fi  .ADYSniTH.BO  ?4-++++-*������H  h*^4^^++*~HH^+^-t^*.M-.M-<M������M  x  LADVSMITH TRANSFER CO. ^ J  PIANOS,     ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD    FURNITURE MOVED PROMPTLY A   ND  SAFELY.  Stafclee in the rear of the Ladysmith hotel.  o. Abbots ford.  Leave orders  at   the  WILLIAMS AND WASKET  ^444-W-������'-f4"M^4-f4-������ mHt ��������� ���������.���������'��������� 4 +������������������������+++++ ������������������������������������������������������  *  *  *  *  *  *  Frederick  Lawrence   Knowlcs,   the  son of a Boston, minister,  is  looked  Entry fee, $10.  Royalty at the rate '-'won by some critics as one of   the  of two and one-half.per cent, on the ,nosfc Promising of the younger poets  alue of the gold shipped from,   the  IIe lias already had  two books pub  DUNCAN   uvIS!Eand STABLES  S. J. Hagan, Manager  .f    Freighting a Specialty   -f  PRICES noDERATE  FxRST-CLASS  TURNOUTS     OF    RIGS,    HARNESS,   HORSES.  DUNC AN.I.  B. C.  Your patronage solicited  Telephone  in   Connection.  1 as-  t  R. B. ANDERSON  HIGH GRADE BICYCLES  BICYCLE AND GUN  REPAIRING.     ACETYLENE   GAS  FIXTURES AND GENERAL METAL WORKING  Fine iines,  WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY REPAIRED.  SATISFACTION   GUARANTEED.  Oddfellows Block  )K   X   *( -)K   X-W  ���������5K���������3I���������-  J-  T  5-  )i  )i  $i  ii  ���������    ��������� Duncan.*, B.C. w  ^-)r~tr"X   )K   *   *  *  HOTELSTRATHCONA  Tourists and sportsmen  male--  ing this hotel  their headquarters will appreciate the excellent cuisine and service.  Electric light is fitted through  out.    There is a good   supply  of water.    No mosquitos.  SHAWNIGAN LAKE .B. C.  Pharmacist  "FOR DISPOSAL OF MINERALS.  ON DOMINION  LANDS IN MANITOBA  THE   NORTHWEST TERi  RITORIES      AND    THE YUKON  TERRITORY.  Coal���������Coal lands may be purchased  at $10 per acre for soft coal and $20  for anthracite. Not more than 320  acres can be acquired by one individual or company. Royalty at the rate  of ten cents per ton of 2,000 pounds  shall be collected on the gioss output.  Quartz���������Persons of eighteen years  -and over and joint stock companies  -holding free miners' certificates may.  obtain entry for a mining location.  A free n.i^i's certificate is granted  for one or more years, not exceeding  five years, upon payment in advancs  $7.50 per annum for an individual,  and from $50 to $100 per annum for  a company.according  to  capital.  A  free     miner,  having  discovered  mineral in place, may locate a claim  1,500x1,500 feet by marking out the  lame with  two legal  posts, bearing  location notices, one at each end   on  the line of the lode or vein.  The claim.shall be recorded within  fifteen days if located within ten  miles of a mining recorder's office, ona  additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The  fee for recording a claim is $5.  At     least  $100 must be expended    ceeding 1,000 feet.   Where steam pow-  on the   claim     each year or paid to   er is used, claims 200 feet wide may  the mining  recorder  in lieu  thereof, be obtained.  WH1TT0ME  When $500 has been expended or paid  the locator may, upon having a survey made, and upon complying with  other requirements, purchase the land  at $1.00 an acre.  Permission may be granted by the  Minister of     the Interior  to  locate  claims containing iron and mica, also  copper, in the Yukon territory, of an  area not exceeding 160 acres.  The patent for a mining location  shall provide for the payment of a  Royalty of 2J per cent, of the sales  of the products of the location.  Placer     Mining���������Manitoba and the  N.W.T., excepting the  Yukon Territory���������Placer mining claims generally  are 100 ft. square,      entry fec$5, renewable yearly. On the North Saskat  flhewan River claims are either bar  or bench,  the former  being 100   feet  long and extending between high and  low water mark.  The latter  includes  bar diggings, but extends back to the  base of the hill or bank, but not   ex-  Vukon Territory to be paid to    the  Comptroller.  No free miner shall receive a grant  of more than one mining claim     on  eaeh separate river, creek or gulch,  but the same' miner may hold    any  number of claims by purchase,     and  free miners may work their claims in  partnership by filing notice and paying a fee of $2.00.   A claim may   be  abandoned and another obtained    on  the same creek, gulch or river by giving notice and paying a fee-  Work must be done on a claim each  year to the Value of at least $200.  A certificate that work has      been  done must be oM&ined each year;     if  not, the claim ;lail be deemed to  be  abandoned,  and    open  to occupation  and entry by a free miner.  The Jjoundaries of a claim may   be  defined absolutely by having a survey  made and publishing notices  in   the  Yukon official  Gazette.  Petroleum���������All  unappropriated  Dominion lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories, and within-tke Yukon  Territory,  are open to prospecting for petroleum, and the Minister  may reserve for an individual or company having machinery on the land  to be prospected, an area of 1920 acres for such period as he may decide.  the length of width shall not exceei  thrse  times the breadth.  Should the prospector discover oil  n paying quantities, and satisfactor-  ly establish such discovery, an area  not exceeding 640 acres, including the  oil well will be sold to the prospector at the rate of $1.00 per acre and  the remainder- of thc tract reserved  namely, 1,280 acres will be sold  at the rate of three dollars an  acre, subject to loyalty at such rate  as may be specified by order-in-coun-  cil.  JAS:  A. SMART.  Deputy Minister of tho  Interior.  Department  of the Interior,  ^  lished.  Two of the official pallbearers     of  iVbraham     Lincoln are still living,  Henry    G. Worthingt.oii and Alexander   IT.   Coiirotli.   Both   were     con-,  gressmen at the time, and both are  80 years old at present.  Mr.   Og'den     Goelet  has   had  made  at an  enormous  expense  an  edition  de luxe of the manuscript of "Hyperion."   Thei edition is limited to one  copy,   and  that copy  will   be placed  in her  library.  ������������������.'[PROUD OP HER  Snowy Linen  Signora Cousino of South America  is-now said to be the richest .woman  in the i world. Her silver ami copper  mines arc yielding $.100,000 a month,  and her coal mines yield $S5,000 a  month. She has stock farms that  bring her in a large revenue, besides  large landed interests and a fleet of  steamships.  F. M. Cockrell, Jr.,.son of ex-Senator Cockrel'l, i-s the inventor of a  sugar cane cutter that promises _ to  revolutionize the sugar planting industry of the south and at the same  time make its inventor a millionaire  Mis machine will do the work of  more than 100 men.  '���������CALEDONIAN"  Leads Them    All  IN QUALITY     *  :o:-  R. P. RITHET,  & Co., Ltd.  Tacific Coast   Agency.  SEALED TENDERS addressed      to  the undersigned, and endorsed  "Tender for Post Office at Vancouver, B. C," will he received at this  office until Friday, June ,23, 1!)05, inclusively, for the erection of a Post  Office building at Vancouver, B. C,  according to the plans and specification to be seen at the Department of  Works, Oltawa, Out., and at the  Vancouver Armoury, Vancouver, 11.  C.  Tenders will  not  be considered unless  made out  on  the printed  fcrm  supplied,  and signed with  the   .crual  signatures of tenderers.  An accepted cheque on a chartered  bank, payable to the order of     the  Honourable     the Minister of Public  Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p.c.)  of the     amount of the tender, must  accompany each tender.   This cheque  will be forfeited if the party tendering decline the contract or  fail     to  complete     the  work  contracted  for,  and will be returned in case of non-  acceptance of tender.  The Department does nut bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.  By order.  FRED GELINAS  Secretary.  Every  home-ldving  housekeeper  feels  the fascination of 'fine  IRISH LINENS^  We are proud ,of\our stock.  Shamrock Brand  HAS NO PEER-IT IS PURE  Bleached Table Llnnns, 62 Inches wide, 75c. 85c. yard  BIsachedTabli Linens 7a inches wide, $1.15 to ������2.00 yard  Extra fine quality 88 inches wide .f-a.50 yd.  Table Napkins f 1 oui $1.50  doz.   Shamrock  Table Clothes, bordered, a yds sq., $2.00.  2xa 1-2 yds., $2.50 each.   Fine value  at  their price.   Round   Linen Doylies,   Lace  Border, 6 inch 35c, 9-inch 50c, 12.inch,  65c. each.   Sideboards from $i8|up.  Have you out |:ata!ogue?  WEILERBROS:  VICTORTA,   B.C.  *gwaai*i������E^f2^?i^^t?i^ife''^������  To Make Hard Thr,es Good  and Guod Times    Better  E>i_iy Yot-ir Mea ts K ro in  h. &w. ran  NEXT DOOR TO THOMSON'S HARDWWARE STORL  WE CAN SATISFY YOU  \nr<TrfDTA on       Department of Public Works,  MOTORIA,  .-.  .-..   -.  .-. .-B.C. 0Uawa) Majr 1G)  a9()5>  TRANSFER OF LICENSE.  NOTICE is hereby given that at the  next sitting of the Licensing Court  to be held at Ladysmith, I intend to  apply for a transfer of the retail liquor license now held by me  for thc premises known as the  Kings Hotel situate 'On Lot 1, Block  97, Ladysmith, B. C, from- myself  lo Palmyr Tassin.  WILLIAM  JOSEPH.  By his duly authorized agent,  HENRY   REIFEL.  Ladysmith, B.  C, May 2nd,   1905.  Ladysmith  Temp'e No.  5 Rathbono  Sisters meets in the Oddfellow's hall  2nd and 4th Tuesday at 7.30 p.  m.  Mrs. Kate Tate, lecretary.  H.O. MILES  Contractor  and Builder  REPAIRING of  all kinds  promptly  attended to.    Shop on Gataci'e    ���������*-  il   B  Efli n,  Solicitor,  Etc.  to   Loan  1st Avenue  -LADYSIVJITH 7  THE    DAILY    LBD^SR,  LOCAL ITEMS  The English Derby Sweep closes on  Saturday, the 27th. Tickets $1.00 at  Stewart's.  [ Other gentlemen then spoke of their  legret .at Mr. Thomson's departure,  ufter. which, with the singing of "For  he's a jolly good fellow," the. party  broke up'. ,  Mr.   E.  fori a on  ���������Jones   returned  he noon   train.  from   Vic-  Mrs.   Geo.   Thomson."went" up".'   to  Nanaimo at noon today.  The Nanaimo' hose reel team went  down    ...to  Victoria- on  the morning  train.   They  will compete in the hose  reel tounramciit at the capital today.  What   serins   io   be   a good, suggestion     in connection with  the water  celebration   of      July   1st  has   been  made, and one which may be deserving of the consideration',of the regatta committee.    It  is that included on'  the list of events  on  the  water,  be  an   illuminated   procession.    That   is,  . a competition' for  a prize' given     for  the.prettiest  illuminated boat. Those  who  have     boats   would,   no doubt,  I  fall  in. with   the  proposal   and  if     a1  number  of cral'l   were  well  illuminated,  Ihe procession would Hie a pretty  sight.-  : The Herald of this morning says:  It is likely that the local benchers  will at thc;i next meeting vote an. illuminated address or a leather medal to the' Ladysnii'th people for their  efforts during ..the' past year to give  their .members something lo do during ..tlie semi-annual assizes, as without; the cases from Ladysmith there  would have been a clear docket at  ilie last two, or three sittings, and  in view of the fact that there would  have been ho ;��������� case's called last autumn nor yesterday had it not been  for the action of a few members of  that community who claimed to  have grievances against others  thy of being inquired into .by  court.        ...  HAVE CONFIDENCE;  IN ADMIRAL TOGO  (Continued from Page One.)  Tan is preparing  for eventual-  wor-  .a 31 '<'.���������.'  ll'lMl  en  !i  VOW THE CIRCl'S..  Cn Tuesday   evening,   May30th,  train   will   leave. Ladysmith   for  jiainio at 7  p.m., and   will  leave  ���������Nils'si-  Mr.  Washburn,  a  mining  man  Kclcliicaii,      Alaska,     who,I as  spending a  week      in  Ladysmit.'i  lelt  yesterday for Portland.      Mr.   Vash-  l/urn is S'iii|������piiig >>ome high grade ore  from  Ivetchiean  to  the Tyee  smelter.  WILL   ENDEAVOR TO  GET   DISTRICT  SCHOOL  As mentioned in these columns j.o.ms  months ago  the   residents of  the. ihs  trict.   between '..Ladysmith  and Che-  inaiiius are greatly in need of a. conn  naimq  on the return  trip  at 10.30 ]).  in.   Tickets ;for  the round, trip 50c. ,   \ Kcn(>of  fo,  the   education of their  , children.   On Saturday  night 'aj me cling of the     residents will be held at  the residence of     Mr. Ward  to see i:  seme arrangement  ...cannot   be  made  wliireby a school  in>t-He'district can  he established.   There are  able, number of childr-- ,;  district  and it seems        ���������'"reasonable  that  there     should b     t echool halfway hefween this;    'ci.y rind Ohe.mai-  niis, sis for many     of the young chilli i\ ii the distance to  ei  .'For some, unexplainable reason it.  is said (hat the.djir.and , for Scotch'  'snuff has become* very- large in-town,  so much so --thai ..-it is said the T ady-  ' smith Pharmacy, has been swamped  wiih'orders and has ordered a very  largo consignment which is now on  its  wav. '  At the meeting- of ihe tennis players-.on, Tuesday evening at Nanaimo  good progress was reported on preparing the grounds for the summer's  play, and it "is expected Hie ' iirsl  game will be played next Saturday-.  Membership fees are lixed as follovs:  Gentlemen, $���������!;" ladies, VI; family  tickets, to include 'all members  ;iuv  one family,  $fi.00.  walk to school,  'hi- to Lsidysmit].'. or to Chetiiai-  nis is far too great, while as things  aie at present unless they make, tin'  if)-iirm\v \ thev are unable, to obtain  the benefit of education.  vrs...  ities.  .The     report frdinTsing Tauj the  port   of the German;concession      at  Kiachou, 'Cluiiitung. Peninsula, .is, in;  all   probability,  a  magnified: version;  of      the  despatch of,,the Associate*!-.  Press from Shanghai; yesterday,.say-,  ing   that it was., creditably  reported  shore . that   certain , Russian   vessels  had  arrived at  the mouth of       the  Yangtse   river   yesterday,. .stern on.  Both   Woo  Sung  and Shanghai     are  situated   on: branches of. .the:        fct.c  river.     No  news   has   been        "'*'..<  from  any other point tending  V. alter the facts cabl'ed.ito the     ������������������: t ciat-  cd   Press   yesterday  from    >h i ''    i  and   there is no doubt, that if .   the;.  Russian fleet really had assembled cR  Woo   "Sung     such   important   news  would  have been Hashed  from     . uvg.  liai,  which is only eleven   iiiles i-oulli  of that jilacc. . ���������   .  JAPANESE PUBLIC  HAVE  CONFIDENCE   IN TOGO:  Tokio,  May 20.���������It  is .believed .here'  that   the actii))  of  the Russians    in  .sending some vessels  to  Shanghai is  part,  of a'diversion  plan   to draw off  a portion of the .Japanese fleet.     It  is thought that poss 11.ily five Russians  intend      to intern   the slower  craft,-  but the. visit and  withdrawal of   the  faster craft   is regarded   to be  without      purpose  unless   as   a diversion.  The .-whereabouts of Admiral-Rojestvensky's fleet is not reported,     ���������.*jinili  consider- opinion  is  divided  as  to  whether, it  ng 'n  ihe   has   entered   the   Pacific   or   ri i u ncil  to   the lower-Chinese coast,   ���������''lie location of  Admiral Togo's fleet    ion.  linues   to  be secret.    Popular   fe'eiinu  is undisturbed and  the .Iapanc������e public is  confident   that   Admiral   Togo  i,S  prepared  to meet any situation.  AU  .Taiiiiiese steamers .-arriving,-al,  CliiH*   Foo   today   have  been  order id  held    ; there pending  further    an ructions. .....  01  An error  was  made  in  yes tor ij.ys  i.--sue in giving  the  printing and advertising     committee .in   'lonsivt'on  ���������with  the duly  1st celebration, -\ l.'.l.:-  Ihe music committee  was altogether  omitted.  The  committees   allows: Printing'.and   Advertising committee���������W,   G.   Fraser,   J.   Adam,.\V.  Fulton,  A.  G.   Robertson, II. Thori'i-  l3y.   Music   Committee���������J.      Lewis,  I.   S.   WhilcoiiHie,   H..,Thornley,     T.  C. Morgan,  A.  Kerr.  The   Wilson   hotel   in   Nanaimo     is  fast  regaining its  former  r'ep < .at.b".  -'lis. a first-class  place.  Nanaimo.  SOME  SEE   PIGS,   WHILE  OTHERS   SEE   SNAKES.  The Nanaimo Free Press  tells with  a good   deal   of   pleasure  about  how  surprised a couple of LadysmitHi nun  were just  because  a hog  rushed  into  one of  their leading hotels.   Evidently  this,   to  our      fellow   townsmen,  most remarkable occurrence is not an  uni.saaj   thing   in   "town."   ...e   might  say  it  is not  infrequent  for our  Nanaimo  visitors  to come  up to  Ladysmith and sec snakes, but if they do  we do not advertise our visitors in  this manner.   Wc simply  put them to  bed  with cracked   ice on their  heads  and give them a rest.  FOOTBALL  MEETING  TO BE HELD ON    IV,'    P'.  Ai) iin por t an I foo ('ball riicetlng will  be' held. at 'Jhe' I'.owerv ,,n -e'- ���������'���������"���������I'l-  noon of May 28th -at 2 p.m., to be  foi lowed by a taskctliall meet ing. The.  e as foi- business of the'meeting-will be to  make arrangements for the Portland  fair proposition.  , ���������!��������� ��������� ��������� ...  STIPENDIARY  MAGISTRATE  OilESTION   DlSOLSSET).  This forenoon by appointment the  'Mayor--and City Clerk and several of  members of the council .pief and .held  a. conversation over the long distance  telephone with the Attorney-General  at Victoria,-relative ..to. the appointment of a siipendary magistrate for  Ladysmith. Nothing^ tbfmite was  done, however, and negotiations sire  ;o be resumed; tomorrow. Il is un-  derstocd that tlie government sue unwilling 1 to appoint any of the local  men as yet .������������������recommended, but some  satisfactory arrangement may be, arrived at tomorrow. The Mayor ��������� and  council are certainly taking-active  measures to bring this, important  matter to a focus, and it is very  likely to be settled soon. Meantime,  their   efforts   to  secure  the   appoint-  -o-  To stiin vhen in  FAREWELL   PRESENTATION  TO   !MR.   GEO.   THOMSON.  Last   evening   Mr.   Geo.   Thomson,  ex-government agent for  this district  received a summons  to go over     to  j\!r.   J.  Stewart's  office.    Upon     his  uriival he was accorded a most pleasant s.irprisc.    At  the office  were   2(1  of  his   most  inl;niatc   friends,   assembled  to wish     him  farewell,  and to  give  to  him   some   token   of       their  l'i iendship  and   good   wishes before he  left   for the capital   to  take over his  new  appointment.    Mr.   W.   A.   Cornwall   was  in   the  chair  and   in   a neal  speech  e.vpie.-.sed      the  regret   of  the,  gentlemen   present   at   Mr.   Thomson's  impending departure,  intimating their  best  wishes  for his  futuie prosperity  and  happiness.     At   the  conclusion  ui  his   remarks   Mr.   Cornwall   presented  Mr.   Thomson   with   a.  bandome   pres  fnit  subscribed   for  hy   the gentlemen  present.    The   present   was   a   beauti.  fill   stno'.er's   table,   a   large   tobacco  jar, on  which  was  the  Canadian pov-  M-Miiicnl.   anus,   ������������������   qra.iit iI y   of  tobacco   and  ii ease of  splendid  pipe-;.  Mr.   Thomson   in   a few   words     expressed  his     .sincere   thanks  for  the  presenl.  The  library  of   the  late  Professor  Yorke Powell shows  that he had in;  amazing  range  as  a reader,     Works  in   Persian,   Pali,. Sanskrit,"  Hebrew,  Hamil,   Syriac,   Eskimo,  Roumanian,  Swahill,   Polis   and  Vei���������some      of  these being      grammars���������are  on  the  list, as  well as books   in all  the familiar   European   languages'. "  ���������"���������     '���������'��������������� -���������  A  report      from   Adis Ateba,  the  capital of Ihe Negus of Abyssinia, is  io   the effect  that  Emperor  Menelik,  ihe  king of the kings,  ha*  presenfsd  six  of  the  finest  horses ever*, raised  to   the  representative  of the German  ment, of a local man,/or one at least,   emperor now at the  Abyssinian cup-  who   will   be an  actual  resident     of !ltaL    The horses  will  be shipped to  the city,     are to lie most   heartily  .Germany,  for  his. .majesty's  stables  commended. 'at   Berlin,  City Conslable llannay is walking,  about town with a large and rui.'oni-  fortable bruise on his shin today, lib  received th������ same from the t ������������������ l a  gentleman who was attempting 'i.<-  in ter the Portland. Hotel after (lie  .firis'-lasl night, 'presiinia'li^v" r'i i ) i ones fc er ra.iid, aiiil who objec iii<\ .. o lie-  ilig  interfereil with by   the "ollii.vr," ,  Fishing at Cowichaii. Like has '.t-cn  I i,od of liite and the M-iig.' line le-  tween 'Duncans and. the Lke h?s. bi'i n  .\i-ry  busy in consequeiice.  For Twenty Years  We have imported  ram.  'DECKAdl'LI  E"  ilirrct from  the. gradens in--  As-  *S    -  Never during   that   time have  we  -handled another  packet, tea.  Our order has been increased  every year.  This is positive  proof  that  our sustomers consider   "DECKA-IUL1E"  the BEST TEA'on thc marked. "**-*���������  Price Always the same, 50c. lb., 5 lbs: $2.25.  ��������� w. t.heddle' CO.  WilliauiM' Block  Ladysmith '  Pni'ticularCrrocers.  Telcplione  When   the steamship  Wellington   arrived   in  San   Francisco  rercnliy   she  brought  a -IapaiKr.se whom she picked  up at   sea after'he had been standing  four   days   and   four   niuiits,   without  fo< il or water,  o:i  Ihe hot i  capsized   fishing   boat,   lie  lo   the center   board,   thou  was  rough. ������������������-  ,1 of      a  .ol   hold  the  sea  (?&&������83l9Si&t2&$B������5ttlBi  f you want a good cup of tea get  it  SALADA"  The most  delic'ous  40c. and. sec. pound  At Morrison's, Ladysmith, B. C,  WILLIAMS   BLOCK. ���������   -   -   -' TELEPHONE   6-7  'Colds  It should be born* In mind that  every cold weakens the lungs, lowers the vitality and .prepares the  system for the more serious diseases, among which are the two  greatest destroyers of human life,  pueumouia and consumption.  Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy  ha* won its great popularity by its  proirtut cures of this most common  ailment. It aids expectoration, relieves tbe lungs and opens the  secretions, effecting a speedy and  permanent cure. It counteracts  any tendency toward pneumonia.  r  Price 25c, Large Size 5������c  ������������  J  They are st'll coming  in. A little lot from  the American side arrived today. This lot  includes all the new,  nobby shapes that  will be worn this sea*  son-Come in and see  DRYSDALE-STEV������NSiN  (Jo.   Lai  Ah Wing f.  Merchant Tailejfts  Ladies' and Gents'  Clothes  Made to  .     .    Order. .-.,, i,,.;.;.-.;;  ./ PERFECT PIT CUARA^TiC'-.i:') *-������������������  ���������.LADYSMITH',   B.   C 1  rue easier people mnue muue,( ��������� 1.10  easier they want to iiia.Uu it.-  - Among- the 'many inysteries of childhood i.s why srown peoKle-j cry when  they are glad. ���������  There are some people who think  they have discharged their full duty to  you by praying for'you..-..i'-,i  What do yon use most during tlie  dayV Do you use Ihe little white lie almost as much us your shoes? ...-,.',  AVlicn a man makes one'mistake lie  usually follows it up with tbroo or four  before he recovers liis.bnlanco.  Don't be conceited; get any map of  tiie Uniteil Slates, and do you'find any  mark on it to show that you are on  (oarlbV *  Every one-admits that rich people are  not happier H11111 'Ihe poor,, or us'happy,  yet every one is sli-iving to'lieconie one  of the��������� miserable -rich."���������'���������' ���������-';'���������.;  mwmmummaB^msssi^^,  ':������������������'. VI  4  arc now approaching arid this is the |  tirrie to f-: select   your   re quirements-  We carry at large stotkvof  MUSLIN BLOUSES  FAJSTGY BLOUSES  at low orices.  ���������c.j  FRESH FOI  SATURDAY  iiJANANAS ,(ripe)  .,  30c:dO7..:  Sweet  Grangos ,..,...  ,,.:  liOcilox  Fancy  ��������� I.onions  .!....  25c   do'/.:���������;.  C'huici  AppUs    ..fie pui'lii  New  PoUitoes ..:;...  .,".'.:   do  lb  ...New \  Tdiiial.oes  .....  ..!.   25c   -.11)  (iood  Onloiis ......   !>  &  8 c. lb  Cuoiinibers   .........   2   for   25c.  i.etl.uce ..:......   i for   lflc:  .Aspar  agus   ;.:.;.:..   2  for    25 'c  Cabba  ge,  Cauliflower  a-nd To  (:���������  ��������� -  nva to  il ants In sloe  c.  COOSERERRIES-  -lii-st   this  seasoii  ;....;...,;...,,.. 2  lb for 25c  BLAIR ANQ ADAM.  FIRST AVE  &  ROBERTS ST  T������vi������  Wiijm   of  ItniiiK   HiiNlneNX.  I have Keen in London only one office  where ��������� there Is any real enlluisiiisiii.  And the employees seldom have tiny Interest in tbe business beyond drawing  their 'salaries. In md';t of j the factories'^  and even in the oilices. tli(>y arc tau.ulit  n'certain round of duties, and they are  allowed to do nothing else.' They seldom suggest improvements for fear of  losing their places, where in America  they'd soon lose their places If tbey  didn't make suggestions. I lore It's tlie  firm In Its private otiiccs anil everybody else doing as little as possible, and  never stepping out of the rut they're  put in, and there it's everybody working together, coats off, and (lie bead of  the concern glad to listen to the odice  boy and to do as he says if it means results,  Big reductions in Mens" Youths'  and Boys' Suits: Satisfaction guar"  anteed.  GATACRE ST.  LADYSMXT.H  Aiiclonl  Hk'.A'n  lii  riiliiu.  A, German epicure comes to tho rescue  of the Chinese in regard to llioir alleged habit of eating rotten eggs. Tbe  eggs, he says, are simply preserved in  lime until they gel. n consistency like  that of hard lull ter nnd they tnste  somewhat like lobster. He declares  them- one of ihe choicest delicacies lie  has ever eaten. He thinksv there are  'no better cooks In the world than the  Chinese. When he went to live among  them his friends predicted lie would  starve, but be had a good time and  gained weight���������more than be wanted  to.  Balky Stcimi lloilem.  According to an engineer, though  there may be every reason present why  H steam boiler should steam there are  occasions ���������when it simpl.v will not. It  refuses duty and sulks without any.  cause that can be detected. -On such  occasions every one takes a hand at  the fires, but the result is tho same���������  no'Sten.nv'or only enough to kcep'tliree-  qnartors speed. Marine and stationary  boilers are both thus nftlicted. There  are "good days" 11 nil "bad days'' lu tbs  performance of each. .   r  TRANSFER OF'LICENSE.  NOTICE is h'jrcby given that at, the;  next sitting of the  Licensing Court,  to be held at Ladysinilh, I intend  to.  apply for a d'nu-'-uer of the. ret.ai.l )\-  quor license now held by '"hie for  the  prcmiRcs   known    as the Central Hotel, situate on Lot A; I'lc'ck 2D,   Ladysmith,   B.C.,   from, myself   to* Joseph    Pcllig,rniHi    And   from ' Central  Hotel   to premises  to lie erected   on  lot? .18, Block 28. ,  FRANK BARDESONO.  I'-adysmith, B.C., May J.:VJ905;.'"7  W. G. Fraser  Merchant Tailor,  (1st Avenue) 1  Spring Stock on hand, Call early and  get your choice.  ���������������  W <  means  SHERVVIN WILLIAMS PAINT  Our   Spring   Stock   has   just   arrived,   and   now   i.s  a good   time to    paint.  Covers ,more and  lasts  longer    than any other Faint on  Ihe market.  LADYSMITH HARDWARE' CO,, Ltd  'GHeijrlie   Dunn  MERCHANT TAILORS  NEW    SPRING   AND   SUMMER 'GOODS JUST ARRIVED.  Charles  lirnn. of the above, firm, v isits Ladysmith every Sunday for the  purpose  of  taking measurements  and     seeing  customers    personally.    May  be seen at tlie Hotels.     We guarantee all. stock and a-perfecl (it at    tho  low.rst possible rates.   Suits from      $15.00 up.    Pauls  from $-l.fiQ up.  All  Tlaiiil-.inarte. ��������� ������  ---���������������.  NOTICE.  ;.   From      this date   the   undersigned"  will   not   be  responsible   for  any  indebtedness     incurred except on      a  ..written, order sigmed by the secretary'  Rowland  Machin,  V.   I.   EXPLORATION  &  DEVELOPMENT CO.,   LTD.  Non Personal Liability, (  Victoria, H. C., May hsth, 1005.  Ladysmith Boat fiuili;  tstabltshmenf  Launch and Pleasure Boats of all  descriptions for Mire. Duals built  to. ordiT and Repaired. Spoon-oars a  Speciality.  IIARRCP AND  IIAYEDN.  P.OAT     BUILDERS.  TRANSFER OF LICENSE  Notice js hereby jriven that, at thc  next sitting of the licensing Court  to be held at Ladysmith, I'intend to  make application for a transfer of  the retail liquor license now held ly  me for the premises known as the Pilot Hotel, situate on Lot 0, block  12G Ladysmith, B. C, from myself to J.  B. Thomas.  GEORGE  ITANNAV  Ladysmith, B. C,  13tli May, 1005.  ������.i.m.'i.������m������������g.fCTCTj������. "-'  TRANSFER OF. LICENSE.  NOTICE .is hereby given that; at the  next sitting of the Licensing Court  to be held at Ladysmith, I intend lo  apply for a transfer or flic retail liquor license now held hy me. for the  premises known as Ihe Island Hume  llolol, sifuale on Lot .''., Illoek DC,  Ladysmith, 0. (.!., rrom myself to  Agnes  Knight.  Tl���������L.   BATES.  Ladysinilh,   P..   0.,   May   12,   1005.  REAL ESTATE:  HIRE, L'FE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE.  KEINTS COLLECTED  DEEDS, WILLS, MORTG AGES. C ONTRACTS  AND AGUKHMEN'  MORTG AG ES, C ONTRACTS  DRA W-N.  JOHN STEWART  CONVEYANCING-  P.-O.  Box 268  NOTARY    i'  .10.  sssafcsfi  ^S'aSSSii.'i^^Sg^^gS  USERS OF  WHITE SWAN SO  Stand a good chance to win a  BARGAINS  In ALL LIKES  OF GOODS CARRIED BY US  WATCHES, CLOCKS. KINGS, JEWJELRY,SIL  VERWARE. FANCY GOODS OF ALL KINDS  i-j  -***��������������������������� ��������� ���������iimr^iMrw'wrtrtrti.m ui  B.FORCIMHER  Every 25 cent   iiiirchase of     While  Swi 11   Soap enlitles you  to   a  chance in Ihe drawing For ibis   hi/i;h   grade   Berliner   Gram-o-l'hono.  WATCHMAKRR,   JSWELER,   OPTICIAN  First Avenue,    X   X"X-     Ladysmith,    B.   C  Dr. R. B. Dier  Surgeon Dentist  All  work guaranteed, and at reason  able rates.  High St.  Ladysmitli  Fresh  GHOCOLAETS  OPEN AT ALL HOURS.  j1st   \venue,  Ladysmith

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