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Array ^^^^Sg^ffl-f^^^r^  I  II  Hftj-j-ffflrftS'ig^^  fjbEGISt^ '?-'-��������� ,:v;t  ':?'"f$1"-!"'7?^  COLD STORAGE  IN NANAIMO  SEVEN PERISH  ��������� <  IN  The Herald of Sunday  morning, has  i ' *  'lhe following to say:  Active work is now being done in  Iho way of adding another Indus,  try to Nuiuiimo. connected with lhe  herring iishi'i'ies. Air. A. 11. Johnston has   lulely  visited    Seattle   a-nl  * .Vancouver and with olhur aNuini-  imo men it. i.s now proposed to immediately undertake the formation  of a company- to raise in all u-  bou'l ������50,000,'with which lo build  a cold storage plant ^n Naiuii-mo ,a  some eon'-, onient. point. .Vs a 'business proposition it has been Cully  investigated    and   ilni   results .of, ilu:  t conclusions   em-hod  'by   ihe men   in-  (totvslod in ,lhis i-iiterpriso are,, that  Hie j>ro;-osilion' will bo a thoroughly good one and the company should  payhamlsomu dividon(ls."**'Thoy are  now in Vancouver six slenm vessi-ls  ���������.engaged in tho fishing .business. 12  of which' use trawl. There are two  from Tacoma and' one from Seatl le  and another building, making .a lleet  of ten that all require-bait. Of sailing! craft   there  are  more  than    fifty  The following article is taken from  tho Fishing Gazette, ol' Aug. -It'll,  ���������titd ���������jives figures Ibal. an: inli'ivst-  tn_. . .  isait  Ssupply  ior _s.  ������.   e'l.-ihcriiien.  t>y iiic luiujuuliou oi eno (Jaiiho  . oid .suirngu Cuinpaiij'������ piaui, il  is dunned mat ilu LiiiehLiou oi iui-  .ili.-siiiii^ u ' r.-gulur oaiL .-sUpiJiy to  -\o\a-- .beoi.ia iianciiviuii lias ocen soiled,       lion    Uie plant cailie   u)  bo > s>-  UlO.l.silell      lOI'Olh    .-.CVCI'llI    UllUl'U'l'.S       in  Llio  niisiory    oi   lliu  jish   ll,lKl,ui      ol  Ui.;   ijeonnce.  , -1.   llllmbel���������   ol   circumstances    suyg-  t-sic-u    mu   idea   of   cold   storage     ior  uie preservation   .oi bait   ami    'resh  nsn    ior^  100a.     in   mo   lirst,     place  null   caunoL   oe   salted   ior   presoriu-  i-ibu,   as   tailing   mai-os   it   unattractive tb  tlic cod, haddock , and   other  li'sli;   the-supply  oi  bait  was  in-eg-ul-'  ar and often   lor, two mouths   at   a  time  vessels" v'viih   crews oi' from 15  to -20 iiieu wore Known to idle waiting   for   a      supply,      and    voyages  were tedious    and unprofitable.      "So  .important    did   the   matter     become  that   a   special Js������<mniiitec 'of the ie  CftW  PACK HOUSE  SEMES m  NMM TODAY  Seward, Sept. 4.��������� Robert Rowan  and M. IL.Lee, bound over by United States commissioner at Dillingham on the charge of murder and arson, in charge.of Deputy I Marshal  Bovvers on their way to Valdcz for  trial, were passengers on Hie steamers Dora when she touched here today.  The prisoners are accused .of burning the cannery at Coffee creek on  Mushagak bay June 1. Seven inmates who were sleeping "in the cannery were burned to.death. Tbe evidence against the. men is mostly circumstantial.*'  Rowan is said to lie an ex-convict  from, the California, penitentiary.  Both were agitators and'created  much ''trouble ,- among the omployes  -before thc fire.       - _ \  BOARD WILL MEET  TOMORROW NIGHT  from   rugot    Sound  alono that near-J jslaturo of is'ova Scotia recommended  ly all use bait. tho construction      of   a large     bait  , The export laws   do not allow  the} .-recvcr   lor  shipment  of  herring  for  ljait.     T"Vm'  ASKS $1,000 FOR NAP-INJCAR.  East St. Louis, 111.���������Because he  failed to reach Okawyille in time to  make his speech, July 4, S. W. Baxter, a prominent Republican of this  city, private secretary of Supreme  Judge, A. K. Vickers,,~has sued^ thc  Pullman Car Company for $1,000 tbe  amount- he  thinks his speech-would  can  be exported    only   where  caught  in   a  -"iinch  most net,   the   herring  used,    for' bait' are caught   in   'a,   net  having    u  li   inch   mesh.       Repeated  trials   bo   lislioriiu'n   prove   that  salt  fish arc  not  good    for   bait',   it     requires thc fresh bait   to .gel skulls.  ' Nanaimo  has   the lierriDg for     hail,  and thc   selling   to  vessels   on their  ' way   to 'fishing grounds is not    pi o-  hibited.      "Juicier, such- conditions      a  ply,   practically  all bait used on the  coast.     The  amount  required,     with  the  fisheries   still   in   their     infancy,  is   about   1000 tons per season, each  steamer roqjuiri.ig hi the neighborhood  of   1000 barrels per season. Mr. Swir  ril-t.   .Manager    of  Ihe   New    England  fisheries    has   been  considering       the  cold  storage  proposition    for     some  time,    and  is   interested    in the formation   of   such    a   company.       The.  Dominion   Government  is    anxious  to  promote   the building of such   plants  in order   to develop   the fishing    industry   and have   on  the east   coast  given    a   bonus   of one half   of   the  cost of   building   similar  plants, and  ray   a   bonus oi      about of    about  ������5 per ton   for   all  fish supplied for  '   bait.    -Mr. Ralph  Smith  mot   yosler.  day    with    a   number   of     Nanaimo  men interested 'in the project, lie is  now   in telegraphic      communication  w th the   Department tit Ottawa and  is   able   to assure the parties interes  ted. in this project   that  the government   will,   us has been   done on -the  ��������� Atlan-tdc   coast     bonus the   com pan  both for/the plant  dud  its    output.  '' This seenis'to. make the erection   of  a building and the ���������.installation of . a  plant V surety,    for   Seattle . men.  who   are   expected   hero    soon      will  take   a  financial       interest,    as   will  tho Vuiricouver .fishing firms.-It is intended    to   offer  -a   certain   amount  of   stock- in Nanaimo; to any one. who  '     desires   it,    no gr-Ja> amount  will  be  '  'open   to  the   public  for ��������� spbscnptioti,  ���������but  it  is  tho. aim- at  Uu-.   promoters  to retain-'. in   Nai.ai.mo  among   home  people    a 'majority,  of   the   slock   issued.       It   will  be   a .prompt, divid-  <*nd  payer,    for   i1-  in   H"������   i������"'"(       ������r  the" promoters  to  hnvi-' ovi-rythiug  '"'  order for '.handling -this wasou's  lu*r-  rihg   run/ and durmg'-tla*. uionUis    of  Jaiiuary.'' February  MarcJi    to   till  up  the storage plant    with  herring.  Tlu1  ' best  fish  for   bait  being  those     that  run latest  in ���������'the season as they  are  ���������snot   so   fat.     Of  course   this   project  is  not    absolutely   assured   as     yet,  but    from  tho       present  outlook     it  seems very  **te    <-'"��������� pr'ndies.V  lhe er-  ���������bankers,'* at some pointj have beon worth to him.' ,On the  at or near Oaiiso. The subject was trip to' Okawyille, Baxter felli asleep  also discussed on 'different occasions' ancj the Pullman conductor and por-  in  the    Dominion parliament,  and  in' ter failed  to awaken him,     He^   got  ' . ��������� ...     1 A.    .  IU    - LA.1A    .      ^v...'.".'"      AT��������� '*- .-     .        -      1898 a bum of, ������25,000  was placed off at the next station and-bad    to  in'  the-osAiiniaies   and an  act pass-! walk half    way back to  Okawville,  ud    under   which   . some    twenty-four '             *u~ '"       :1" u-������:������~  ' the remainder of  the five miles being  cold storage' houses   for bait operated  by means'   of  ice and  salt,   were  erected   along  tho Atlantic coast,'the  government jjaying half tho   cost    of  equipment and   granting-a-bonus of  iro per ton for bait stored by them.'  These  stations    proved   very   succcss-  l'ui    to  the   boat iidhe-rmen along     a  long   a ioiiL; lino   of coast,    and nres  sure was   brought   to bear on tho Do  mmion    government    to  maw!   rcp-ial  jii'ovision    ior    the   -larger     baniviiig.  neet   with tliu  result  that ou Nov ember      li,   J'.a'--',  a   minute  oi  co.uncU  w-us brought m and   a l������ opositiou uc  codicil    from        -V,   A.    \Muunan      ���������*  bona, ol Caiurfo, whereby,   lor a grau  oi    .>^5,0UU  toward  tho cost  ol,.    the  erection  of    plant  ana    a    bonus   ui  v-Wa   ton   up    to   5UU ions uimuaDy  for three ^ears,   lor bait sopi-iieU   to  ushorino.1,   t'he^   were  to do  the won-  Plus linn had   been  successluily     op-  ei-ating   a   cold storage business since  LSS7.     b"t   alihough   their    preinwos  were repeatedly  cnlargvd,   those  prov  i4   in   l'JOl, entirely  inadequate and  ui  IhM    buiiunci' oi  that  year  ground  was   broken   fur   the   erection   o.      an  up-to date cold   storage plant     under  lhe  name     of   the   Cause   Cold  Stoi-  a..e    Company.   Limited,   and     bcloie  winter   the   building   was . completed.  The  machinery-was   installed   during  the summer of. 1������05, aad'by Scptem  ber  the  plant   was in  working order  The building^ three' atpri������������  '^ 1-C1l������h<'  iao   twl  "->������'g-      and     . (50   reet--. w ide,  with  a    boiler house, extension   V^s  ���������iii- feet,   Both buildings arc ol bnclv  wilh    pitch  and  gravel    roofs.     rJTie  main    building   has '     about    G'-,<JO0  feet of    cold storag-e capacity. A uOU  ton' coal  room       adjoin������  the  boiler  room,   and  receives    the    coal     Irom  the   vessel's  snide      by   an    overlu-ad  railway. .  The inuchinery was 1'urn.shod b_  Uie York AVla.u.fncturing CompaiO"-,  York. l'u. Tho compression ol the  ^s is uecomplislicil by '��������������� ',alJ' ul  duplicate coinpo-ssors of ������0 ton enp-  aviiy, actuated by a i;!0 .horse-pow  er cross compound Corliss o,������mc,  and the steam is supplied by a'l^-  horso power Kobb-Muinfoixl bo lei  Wilk unotlu-r of smaller capacity.  The freezing,and storage rooms havo  about eight or nine miles of 1* -h  brine- pipe, two of.the sharp i������������'<-"-  having  about    two -miles   each  Chloride  ol  made in an ox wagon that lie hived  from, a farmer. Tlic wagon -drew up  at the picnic just as the pcoplv were  leaving, and -Baxter was unable .to  deliver'his- ad-ilress'.���������Chicago "'Record-  Herald.  Ilamiltin, Sept. IL���������E, W. Ha-dley,  'tin old homesteader on the. Nook-,  sack, diopped dead Thursday while  assisting John Rupc in felling a tree  on the. lader's claim at Day lake,  fourteen miles south of this place.  Hndley was' fifty-three years old and  had for several days been complaining of heart trouble, but refused to  leave the woods and seek medical assistance, ' noM'Imnlanlly remarking  thai if death was; to be, his portion  he couldshuflleo HIT without the aid of/  a pbysiciab.  Tbe! trail of the lake is narrow and,  traverses some very rugged .country.  A pack pony can be led over it only  Avith g-real difficulty. Late Friday  afternoon the dead boil\T was lashed  to a horse, and the journey lo Hamilton begun. Night eame on and  tbe homesteaders crept patiently  through thc dense foi est, the feeble  glimmer of a lantern serving as their;  only ligiht. Not until long' past midnight did Uie weary party finally  arrive here.  While the boily oi tbe dead homesteader was being prepared for burial a messenger -arrived with the  news that -Archie Kupe, thc 8-yeat-  oldson of Mr. and Mrs. John Jlupe,,  ou whose claim Ha-dley had died,  bad fallen from a raft into the lake  and drowned. Where the boy went  down the water is fully a hundred  feet deep and icy cold. It is not  believed that the body can be -recovered, -although a party is- leaving  today to. ma Ice an attempt to recover it.  Tomorrow evening a special meeting of the Ladysmith Board of Trade  will be held for the purpose of considering letters which have been received from Ralph Smith, M.P., regarding his recent visit to Vancouver, a-nd the work accomplished there  with , the C.P.It. officials in connection with the freight rates toLady-  smitb.  As was reported in The Ledger recently, Mr. Smith iu an interview,  stated that he had received a promise fromi M-r. B. W. Greer, , general  freight agent of the O.P.R., assuring  al of the business men on the question. Amongst others were the firms  of Messrs. Blair & Adam, Messrs.  Simon Leiser & Co., W. E. Morrison and Messrs. Wallers & Aken-  head.  While all of these linns were very  emphatic in their opinion that the  rates should be adjusted to a more  reasonable scale, -still, tbey did not  think, in view of the fact that Mr.  (Ireer of the I'.P.R., had promised  to investigate the matter thoroughly  that it would, be necessary to have a  silting of, tbe commission. The merchants were of- the opinion that now  Mr. Smith that the -question of-that the attention of the C.P.R. has  freight rates to Ladysmith would be been brought to the fact that Lady-  given    due    consideration, and     Mr. j smith  is paying excessive rates,  the  Greer will write the board relating  the decision reached at as early a  dale as possible. , Mr. Smith also  stated to the Ledger lhat, providing  it was tbe wish of the Board of  Trade, he would undertake to have  a sitting of -the Railway Commissioners held in Ladysmith in order  that some settlement of the matter  might be arrived at.  In view of the fact that the question has revolved itself into one of  whether or not the merchants of the  city wish the coirijmissioii to sit -here'. I  The Ledger today interviewed sever-   future.  company would so something in the  way of reduction. They believe that  upon the.proper officials ascertaining  the large amount of freight'which is  received here, and comparing ��������� -same  .with that received at other points  which are already enjoying terminal  rates, they will be quite willing to  make concessions for this city. In  any event, the merchants .interviewed favored doing nothing further in  thc matter until such' time as the.  C.P.R. have been heard from, which,  it is expected,  will be in tbe    near  LONE BANDIT  ROBS STAGE  -*.������~-������-  LEAGUE TEAMS  jPLAY 5 HOURS  DOCTOR DIES  FOR NEGRO  ������������������-������������������������*������   ���������-���������  1  Richmond,   Va.��������� Dr.  Daniel   P.    El-j    Bistin, Sept. 3.���������A new major  lison, member of the faculty and col- gUC record was established Saturday  lege physician of the Randolph-Macon college at Ashland, Va., was  drowned in S1a-gg creek while on his  way to pay a charity visit on an ol  negro patient. High water swept  his buggy down the-.stream. The doctor's five-year-old son was with him,  but was saved by his father placing  him in'an overhanging tree.  Wawona, Cal., Sept. 3.���������.At i:30 p.  ni. today, three miles from Ah wan-  bee, the Yoseniitc stage wasx held  iip. It was driven hy Bright, Gillespie, who took President Roosevelt and his party through the park  on their visit bete three years ago.  BULLETS  FOR HOOTS  '   ' *���������������������������-  llazen," New, . Sept. 4. ��������� Serious  trouble occurred-herecthis aiternoon  at the junction of the Southern Pacific and Goldlicld, and Tonopah railroads, when the section ot a train  carrying non-union men to San Fran  cisco arrived. ' A number of union  miners met the train and hooted the  FUNERAL PRJCESj  ARE REDUCED  Spokane, Sept. 3..���������It will cost the  country just one-tenth of a" cent per  funeral, for the burial of its poor dur }  ing. the next year, that being the bid  of J. D. -Buchamin &* Co., which has  been'accepted by.the 'board of county commissioners-.     ��������� I  Buoliaiian >t Co. will not only bury  the county's poor for practically nothing, but will iniike no extra charge  for mileage in casesi outside the city  of Spokane.   o���������'��������� ���������  COMMUNION WINE IN SPOONS.  ' Alason City, Iowa.���������Every communicant or the First Methodist Episcopal scbuch, who desires to share in  communion services next Sunday is  requested by Dr.' W. W. Carlton, the  pastor, to bring a spoon. Itisload  of sipping from the cup and passing  it from lip to lip as heretofore, partakers in the service will dip their  spoons into the wine and drink each  his own portion.  eclion    of    a Plant,   in  Nanaimo    yeljanother  about    a    mile  is  used.    It  ls   IU"  1,  '���������'this'season, ami thereby add an industry to the city that, will give  employment to a large number of  men during the season, and ia addition will nrnke this city tv port of  call for every fishing vessel on the  const, this of necessity moans the  expenditure or large sums of money  here.  Tbe-Canso   Cold'Storage Company  a.ulVkas    room  for    10,000   bids,    of  froz  en stock,    but last fall   tlu>y  only s*  cured    about    2,000  bbls    of    squid--  quite   a   "large quantity  as   compared  with   former  supplies,    but   inadequate   for  the      banking  fleet  L,ust      winter   tin  r.  when ���������'?hilad<.lpliia defeated Boston  ���������1 to 1, in a twenty-four inning grame(  lasting nearly five hours. An advertised double-header brought out a  large crowd, but il was impossible  to play the second game on account  of darkness. On only one, occasion,  so far as recorded, has this number  of innings been exceeded. In J8'>5 a  game between Fargo and Grand  Forks, at, Devils Lake, N.D., lasted  twenty-five innings. The .second,  longest game ou record prior to. the  game today was lhe Harvard-Manchester game of twenty-four innings,  played on Boston common, twenty-  nine years ago. ''.'..  Only three major league games approach the present record, each haVr  ing lasted twenty  innings.  In the thirty-six years of professional hall in this city only, three  games have extended '-/beyond fifteen  ���������innings, and the Philadelphia American team was the. victor in all three,  One was a seventeen inning game in  1902; second was a twenty-inning  game in July -1, last year, and the  third -was  Saturday's game,  Coombs pitched one of the strongest, games ever seen in this city,  live I times passing dau-.ejerous batsmo.n  only to get the next man. lie struck  out eighteen men and was hatted  safely fifteen times. The pitching of  Harris equaled .that of Coombs for  twenty-three innings, but in the last  iiiiiing he weakened after lhe Athletics had scored, and was -hit for two  tlirec-baggers.  The fielding was necessarily excellent, but the fielding of Parent and  Orimshaw  was especially  so.  Philadelphia scored the lirst run  in the third, on two scratch singles  and a .stolen base. Boston tied the  score in' the sixth on a three-bagger  and a single. The visitors scored  the three winning runs in the. twenty-fourth.     Coombs struck out, Hart  The robber appeared al a bend  in ; Passengers.  a.. ���������   .     .       ,      .      . a. Finally a  stone was hurled through  the road and ordered the passengers -   , A ���������* ,  1 ������       ,a car window    and it was answered  out.     The driver was told to go  on | by a  shot.     A numbcr o[ the    men  some, fifty feet more.     Thc    bandit | on the  train jumped off. '   T-be   con-  .      ' then lined  the passengers up in   the  ductor gave the go-ahead signal, but  ������the nonunion passengers stopped Lhe  train and delayed it thirty minutes.  A hundred or more dismounted and  brandishing revolvers hurled defiance  at the union men. Fifty or more  delegates to the Republican state  convention at Tonopah and a crowd  on Iheir way to ihe Goldfield piixe  fight took to tbe sage brush.  When thc train was finally started  a crowd with revolvers stood on thq  rear platform. As .they passed several, miners the latter hurled stones  fat tbem. Fully fifty shots were fired from the train. One hat was  struck but no one w,is hurt, A number of .shois struck the depot and  several struck a fieiirht car on a side  track.  FELL ON  PITCHFORK  i oad.  Mr. Weirtenier Bishop, of New York  lost $7.50. Mr. Bishop snapped the  robber's pictuie. He says the rob-  hei 's voice was very low and calm.  He. worked carelessly and every  chance was given the driver lo shoot  him had lie  had a gun.  A. F. Ormsbee, a friend of Mr.  Bishop, from Brooklyn, lost $13. lie  look two snapshots of the robber.  Two of the passengers were women.  They took the holdup as though it  was a  part of the trip.  'U. A. Tuttle, of San Francisco,  was 'relieved of $.15. Mr. Tuttle offered to shake hands, but the robber refused.-       <  The sheriff and posse are out aftei  him, and the stage company''has offered a reward of $500 for his arrest and conviction.  POACHERS  ARRESTED  k-$-^-  ealictiiu brii  ble    to   get    i:.   deg.  below aero ^  running at half speed for eight luu^N "^'^ iQ_ tne banking fleet last' zel singled,, Lord struck out and Bar  out of.the twenty-four, with 01l<!"'| s|M.jr](, LnSt winter the haddock j zel stole second. Schreck singled,  third ot the condenser coils cu ou .. ^^ =������������������ whkh hns bocn s���������ch a great1 scoring Hiu'tzel Then Harris weaker to have /.era, temporal lire,, in w| ^^'^ w>nU,h U) Cftnso niwl Cano'cncd and was batted for successive  rooms   after-the   machinery has bee'M fisnermen,  obtained its supply ' tbree^-ggers  by  Seybolt  and    Mur-  .hut   down   for   10 hours in sammer^^   ^ ^ ^^ jphy_  weather. .  Seward, Sept. L���������Five more Japanese have been arrested on St  George island, in the .Pribylo'f group  by a general agent, and charged  with seal poaching. A Japanese  .schooner dropped anchor within .the  three-mile limit, sent a man ashore  to reconnoit-er, who when questioned,  stated that the schooner had called  for water.  The agent. demanded to see the  schooner's captain, whereupon thc  latter comic ashore with four men,  and all were' arrested as poafchers.  Tbe captain failng to return, the  vessel later sailed away.  The vessel w-as onei of fifteen tons  wilh a crew of fifteen, and according to the account of the. captives,  was only guilty of suupicious con-  duet.  The revenue cutler Perry called at  St. George island a few clays later  and transferred flic prisoners to Un-  alaska, where they were .placed in  charge of Deputy Marshal Bowers,  who brought theini to Valdez for  trial on the steamer Dora.  Gladstone,  Man.,  Aug.  31.���������Master-'���������  Edward Munroe,  son oi  the -Key. J.  E. Munroe, of this place, fell   off    a  load of hay this afternoon on   to    a  pitchfork be had   been using.    One of .  the tines entered the groin and came  out about four inches above where it  entered.     Dr.  Armstrong dressed the  wound and is  of .the opinion that no-  serious results  will follow. The   lad  was brought to  town tonight.  Rev. Mr. Munroe is away and Mrs  iMunroc and some visiting friends, along with, the boys, bad gone to  spend tbe 'day at the farm of-John  Findlay where the accident, occurred.  ���������: o   DEATH OF  M.WOODBURN  .A. telephone message received from  Nanaimo late this afternoon states  that Mr. Martin Woodnurn, of this  '.city, who has been confined in tbe  Nanaimo hospital for some time,  died this afternoon. Mr. Woodburn  has been very low -for several days,  and since Saturday last it has been  known that the end was near.  b.-  eo THE LAMSMITH', DAILY LBOGrBR
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contributes to  the Provincial  Tiea*-,--
ury a fee of ?10, he gatJieis together
his outfit. He then immediatelv  .proceeds to "hit the trail," and,' with
the recklessness of  "JKasselas,    who
tired of his happy valley and sighed'
for the free-breezes  of the hill tops ���'
he keeps moving along, lie invaiiably-
selects for his camping place .i locality where likely ledges of ,ock <#umcll
and as convenient as possible to      a
OPod supply of water. The liSM stove
lrr"eS.ism��re for thc ^P^ of
***** . the   tent   at -ni^t, for hi*
cooking is   generally.done outside
tne old    fashioned camp fire
on ___t-a>i--tt*-'*jt\rr '^***rt*i^-���*itx+wxazt*m*m
ae
Kootenay Steel
Ranges save
and 'worry
trowdon* Toronto- {Montreal
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[he  Laiijfsmith Hardware
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PALY FROM  A  Bb'-RN  PROMPTLY
RELIEVED'BY  'MLUIBER-    -
LAIN'S PAIN B.\LM>.
���A little child of Michael- Stiauss,
ol v'e-inon, Conn., was lcceiitly in
gieat ])airi from a -bum on the hand,
ai-d as cold applications only increased tin' inllammation, Mi. Straus
ciine to Air. James N. Nichols, a
local meic'lunl, foi soniothing. to
.-.top the pain. Mr. Nichols says' "I
advise-d him to use Chamberlain's
t\iin Balm, and thc fust application
diew out Ihe ln'lam'malion and gave
'immediate lclicf. I huvi- used this
liiiii*iieiitr myself ai.il recommend it
M-ry oTiifii lor cuts, h-iinis, strains,
and lame luck, and have iicu-i known
il   to    disappoint."    *  Foi    sale     by
' Lath ->inith  PIi.irin.icv
i
iwihwmimiiib mm .in  iii    ii.  i.kt  urn  .......A-
1 St.  Isidore,  P.('    \\v\.   18,   100*1
Minaid's Liniment Co., Limited'
I Gentlemen.���1 have lieipienlly used
i iMINARIVS LINIMENT ami also preset ibe it for my patients always
Willi the most gi.itifying icsults and
1 consider il thc best all-round Liniment  evtant.     Yours tuily,
DR. JOS. AUG. S1RIOS.
Esquimalt   & Nasaips Rail-nay
steamship Schedule
EFFECTIV E JULY, 18.
bi  w-o  v
Sails from Ladysmith for Vancouver every Tuesday at 6,o'clock a.m.
Sails  from  Vancouver foi  Ladysmith every   AlL<nday ,and    Tuesday, at
1.30 p.
m.
Geo. L.Couftncy,
District riiMst-.i^oi*
Att'oiit
l .A-A^rax** r-wzwm* t*mm* mi
Oil
Oflcii
of Massacbust lis h'ven be had con-
tracte-d tin- prospectors' fever and
appaiciitlv it iuid taught him, good
and bard, foi in- told me he had hired
tbice men to .vsm.-.: mm in a prospecting' toni in the' vicinity ot the
end of tbe SUel and be said: -'-'In a
couple of dav s fiom now you would
not kno.i   me; foi   1 shall be dressed
he -is alone, but generally four or five 0ut iu c ltllt?1>   (l1 ���'������''icnt togs.";
plant   a
iron
Written,
band together, and one of their number acts as cook.
wm c!ifs the rock am{ l0-s ���ay
with    his     prospector's P'c]c at ^
moss and roots of trees L boa^f
toe  cobalt    bloom and ealcile vTins
winch betoken to bim the presenTot
Sous   td '"   ^neatli, an ar-
aous    and - expensive     search is fro
ouently necessary to determine
Hhen he does happen to find an ozc
^a4tiJ,42'SSp,ocodurohe
upc 1S   as   follows:        ','Tot
M    nn        dlSC��yer7 P0Sfc Of wood Oil
Uten     ;rh,Chmustbe damped,'or.
-it-ten,    the name of    the   license,.
z: :r ofTfense' ** ** Hs'
ontin : S mUSt'be do��� c-xacrh
on the   outcropping or show of <w
tries of the claim" of twenty or forty acres as the case may be   and i v
fsSr^r     <*^^n   *
at rt * Jf nortiea^ corner; No. 2
at the southeast corner; No 3 at n,n
southwest corner ; and N0 4 J t
northwest corner, the number '
case to be on the side  of the p0M
wards the   post which follows
the order     in which tliey
Should    the   nature
in ivon
end
A' here
_    o;
rionh
it,  ii,
ate na-ni. i
.���������.     a., ()t 1hc Jocatn ,
tender the planting of a post impia
t'cable, "Such corners oi cornei   . ,.
be indicated by placing at the ne. icsl
���Z     lu fu��iQt a WiiuCS's i,ost. ����^lv-
; ed with the letters w. p., and ^fl|,
��ig    the   .bearing and distance oi th,-
^tc     ofthe   true coiner   post f.om
such witness post."
Where there are standing Uees
they have to be clearly blazed
its boundary line mailed.
there are no standing trees, piikuls
or stakes, mounds ol cmiUi, oi u��-!.
two feet high have to he placed."
The claims in the town.,',,,) (Jf c0le
man, in which cobalt Is situated, air
limited to 20 acres each, and the des
cnplions of tbe different portions ot
the lots are considerably complicated by having to describe iheni in di
vidod parts, such as tbo\N.-i-j
the southwest quarter of the
half of  such a  lot.
Many of lhe same claims arc staked three limes over, and fiom s.u.:i,
complications it would seem thai an
up-to-date prospector would soon
have to add both a surveyor and a
lawyer to his outfit.
After his claim is properly located
and staked the prospector lias; to
direct his steps without delay for
the office of the mining recorder, this
ifliee for the Temiscaming mining
division being situated at Haileyjbuiy
Here he has to prepare a plan and
make art affidavit of the location and
the time of discovery even to the
very hour, and for a fee of twenty-
five cents the application is then registered.
It has still to await inspection by
the mining division inspector, who
will determine > whether or not it
shall be passed as a mining claim,
and unless there has been a genuine
find of "valuable mineral in place"
where tbe discovery post was planted, the location will again, bo thrown
open. Should the claim he passed
thc prospector secures an assay and
a Certificate of the  same.
These northern prospectors se0m to
be drawn from all classes and conditions of men. Your correspondent
was in the post office at Hai ley-bury
when a clerical gentleman came in.
He.was a Baptist minister and had
just arrived from thc Puritan State
Several l.iwjeis and doctors have
also joine : lhe hand of prospectors,
and amont lhe lan-st recruits to thc
"pick an." sIiomI i.ii',,ide" is a well
known \oe.l -i non a Toronto
Church.
FALSI-,   NO.Sr.   K( ,i MONKEY.
New Ynk.- \ii>vj'-l,    one    of    thc
monkeys ai   i !,e New  York Zoological park,      is  to    have    a  false nose
soon.        l��       is   io be an experiment
which P.    'A'   i'e-d Blair, the veteri-
nai')     ������ ui!,..���,...    hi.lie- es   will piovo
that a   mof.ki',   can *-.- jak as audibly
and  uiL'lIificiil'V  ..s an ordinary being, if i nl\   i... ....s a   nose large1 en
orili to mistaiii aiid ihrow oft the vi-*
u. i' ��� i ���\"ew Yoil. 'i ribune.
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it E)i-:riES
:  " T"[ IOK"
A balloon railway is'now running
up tho mountains at Salzburg, Aus-
tiia. It consists of a largo captive balloon attached to a single
steel rail-way, winch in turn is hxoil
firmly io" tho side of a steep mountain, whose precipitous slopes no oth
cr loriu of railway could climb without making ' a series of serpentine
detours ana passing through tho
tunnels- The balloon remains balanc
ed in the air about ten yards above
tho rail lo which il is attachod by a
stout wire cable, aridy it is moved up
and down thc side of the mountain
at the will of the engineer. For '&q
ascent the balloon itself furnishes
-the lifting force by means of hydrogen; for tho descent ,a large reservoir
attached to the balloon is filled with
water at the highest station, and selves as ballast. I'ucler the balloon
is a circalar car, seating ten persons. The -wire cable passes through
the floor of the car to a speed rog
libit or beneath, which is controllod
by the engineer. The inventor. Her
Balderauer of Salzburg, claims that
thc balloon, railway will replace the
funicular  lailwa.v  in   the future.
Union-made Capital & Nugget Cigars
WAS A VERY SICK BOY.      *
But  Cured  by   Chamberlain's    Colic,
Cholera and Diairhoea Remedy.
"When my  boj   was two years  old
he had a vei y scvei e attack of bowel   complaint,   but   by   the   use    of
Chamberlain's    Colic,    Cholera    and
Diarrhoea Remedy we brought    him
.out all right," says Maggie I-Iicko^.
of Midland. Mich.     This lemcdy can
he depended upon in the most  severe
cases.        Even  Choleia  infantum    is
cuied by  it.     Follow the plain piint
ed di reel ions ami a  cure Is    cdtain
For sale by Ladysmith Pharmacy.
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Minard's
whei e.
Liniment foi sale   every
iiS Government St.,' Victoria, B.Q.
II
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Lot Jones, Prop*
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Best Supplied Bar in To��/n
(Half Block from Depot.)
OATACRE   STREET-     Ladysmith.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that I intend 1o apply to the Board of Licensing Commissioners 'at their next
sitting, foi a transfer of tbe retail
liquoi 'h ruse now held by me for
thc P. i' . .,d Hotel, Ladysmith; from
ravsel; to ' "bribtina Iloggan.
',     D. B." IIYND.
Ladysmifh, "Ih Aug., 190C. lm
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ist. Avenue, Ladysmith, B. C j
W. f. Rummin?. Prop.
MANUFACTURKR OF      1
^ Carbonated Beverages,
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P.   O.
Fruit Syrups
Box   24S
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GLASS     GLOBES
When you want a GImi globe
see that you get the globe
with the rubber ring on it,
as it is tbe only kind ' that
can keep the water out ��� the
globes without tbe rubfber ring
canaotx keep out water,'you
cat see that by examining
tkeni. The artificial flower
that is put into the globes
with the rubber rings, is gsuar
an teed to be the best, and if
you want a1 globe with a
Rubber Ring, call at Mrs. T.
X.  Jones, agent for
H6NRY CREWif    ,
Th8_oMly    place you can   get
Them.
Sole Agent in B.C. for the
Freiuh Wreath Co., of London arls, Melbourne, S.A.,
Co:, to.nox Rd. & Milton St.
tf ANAIMO B.C.
xpress Work
Light Teaming.
Orders With-
I'tRST   AVE'NTIE
Wood ar     Bark   for sale.     See J.  KEMP,  or   leave
W. CARTER,
PHONE      6-0
Under Mew'Managm'ent'
HOTEUWILSOrsS
Jys-:R. KcKinneli, Prop. >
NANAIMO
Commercial Mens* beadrmarters.
Modern and     Strictly First Class.
Fire Proof    Build lag.
Try Capitnl and Nugget Cigars
2
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9
Large Stock of Homegrown
Fruit and- Ornamental Trees
now matured for the Fall
Trade.
No' expense, loss or delay
of fumigation or inspection'.
Headquarters for" Pacific
CoasL grown Garden, Field,
and Flower Seeds in season.
""or a cool, refreshings-     .   .
B A T H
During the Summer
Months Call on���.���-.
THOMAS LEWIS
Shaving Parlors, etc.,    High Street"
��� -Best accommodation' for' transient
*xnd permanent boarders and lodgers.
ORAND      HOTEL
This new' Hotel has been comfortably furnished and tbe bar is up-to-
datfj     Rates Il.tQ a day    and    ��p-
wird*" ....... ^ -      -
WM. BEVERIDGE; Prop.
H^��laaad�� *w :--- '*-��� ��������� Tjadvamltk
4p Bee Supplies, Spiay Pumps
!|,��e Oil Soap, Greonhpuse
Plants, Cot .Flowers, Biiibs'
sFor Fall Planting '
We do business on our own
jrounds���no real to pay and
are    prepared    to meet 'all
compctn.io"3.
Let me price your .list lie-
fore placing your, order.
Catalogue Free.
Al. J.  HENRY,
3o 10  Westminster Road
VANCOUVER
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,1 ..Dealers lo . ... .
Pianos  \& Organs
Ladysmith, B.C
Piumbing and Tinsmithing
DONE AT
Reasonable Prices
. By	
J. ANDERSON
Leave orders  at reterson's Furn -
ture Store, or telephone No 5i.-   ���
Stinliglit Soni) is better thnn other soaps, but
s best when used in thc Sunlight way.
liny Sunlight Saip nnil lollow Directions
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SILVER ORES.
Smelting Works at
[LADYSMITH,   B. C.
HEAD OFFICE
DUNCANS STATION.
Vancouver Island, B. G.
CLERMONT LIVINGSTON,
Genera! Manager.
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EXPRE SS WORK.
.VID JOHNSON
PHONE 66 LADYSMITH
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we are making .HEATERS and RANGES oi
Latest Styles and Newest Patterns-. We do
A5| kinds of Foundry and Repair Work
Nickei Plating.'in all its branches a Specialty
Ladysmith Stove & Iron Works Co. Ld,
TELEPHONE 53 P. O. Box 12.
TH6CITY 7vmjRKeT
R. Williamson Prop
ist. Avenue Ladysmith B..C#.
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LADYSMITH TRANSFER STABLE
PIANOS,     ORGANS    AND HOUSEHOLD     FURNITURE1 MOVED PROMPTLY^A   ND SAFELY.
Stabled In the.rear "oi-the Laiiysmith hotel.
Abbots ford
Leave orders at   the
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MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND   LADY SMITH-?
SHingIe>s &. Specialty
MANUFACTURERS OF	
Rough and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumbers
LATHS,  SHINGLES,  MO ULDINGS,      ETC.,     of   the BEST
QUALITY SEASONED.'    AND   DRIED    FLOORINGS     AND
FINISHING LUMBER IN, STOCK gSEdlbP  '. *U���������9^nJ ���������WM'BJ-lM'Uls.  35ai!!?^vl*^'4ar--^k r^^j*^  -J'jr-.-/"-^!*.��������� i-*-i.i  ���������^Jtj-fiS"""'^  THE LADYSMITH DAILY   LEDGER  LODGES  LADYSMITH    TEMPLE,    No.    5.���������  <' R'athbone Sisters, meets in the Odd  fellows' Hall    every  2nd    and   4th  Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m.  MRS. KATE TATE,  , M. of R. & C.  UNITED ANCIENT ORDER OF  =v DRUIDS.  , Wellington Grove, No. 4, UjA.O.'D.  meets in the I.O.O.P. Hall, Ladysmith, the Second and Fourth Wednesdays of each - month, conj-nieiicin-;  VVodnesday,'13th,  1905.  Visiting Druids "are invited  to   attend.    By Order  "WM*. RAFTER, Rec.  Sec'.  .PATRICK BURK; K.A'.  wim  SififfPSOIi  t.  Solicitor,  Eta.  '  to    Loan  Avraiit  -   --    -  LADYSMITH  ' KT^rjrrff-r^ __   ���������w -,-; , <r<  a curiousa::aa:._  LAW CASE  i.  Leads, Them  '    IN (QUALITY '  R. P. RITHET,  ���������& Co.,  Ltd  Agency.  r. R. B. Diei  Surgeon Dentist  All work   guaranteed and at reasonable rates.  -      RESIDENCE  AND  OFFICE  Galaere St  Ladysmith  Al*  Open at all hours.  LADYSMITH   BAKERY    ,  CHOICE    CAKES    AND   PASTRY  ALWAYS    FRESH   ON HAND  Wedding    Cake*  -"lade   to  Order  | FRUITS    ANj)    CANDIES OF ALL  KINDS.    -TRESI!   BREAD  EVERY   DAY  -*+*r  Pacific Coast  t/TOTORIA.   ���������������������������:������������������  :���������B.(  CUBAN CIS  .Manufacturers ofthe Famous  CUJSAN   BLOSSOH  None 1m   Uniou Labor   Emploj'sd  fl  J.   ROOTH/Pror������  Prices    arc     Vctt Reasonable.  I'ustomers are Treated  Alike.  HOP  LEE ft CO  ON  THE ESPLANADE.  All  ",   -DAY SCHOOL.  .Usual  subjects   taught;  also      language0; drawing  in  pencil  and crayons,  paint ng in  oils  and water  colors, pianoforte and vocal lessons giv- ;  en In classes <or individually. |  MISS BERTRAM,      Ladysmith, B.C j  NOTICE  From      this  date  the  anderslgned  will, not  be  responsible for  any  Indebtedness     Incurred except on      ������  written order signed by, the secretarv  Rowland  Machin.  V.   [.'EXPLORATION & DEVElr  ' OPMENT CO., LTD.  "���������Ton Personal Llahil.ty.  virrasy^m^mt������^-������m__\__i *_l_"_. 'fl"  RCY & GO.  ij  RAYMOND  &  SONS  ���������Dealers in���������  Lime,   Plaster Paris,   Brick,  Fire Brick and  Vancouver island cement.  3.Pandora St. Victoria B.C.  131  Manufacturers OL���������  IRONCLAD   BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  ETC,  WHOLESALE DRY GOOD  VICTORIA, B. G.  GENERAL  TH SHOP  DRILLS  Miners' Drilling:.Machines  MADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED   AT   SHORT  NOTICE.  SHARPENED  BY  US     ALWAYS   GIVE  SATISFACTION.  .���������PICKS HANDLED  A  NI>  REPAIRED   -SHIPSMITHISG    IN      ALL   ITS   BRANCHES  Horseshoers and Genera" Blacksmitns.  R. WRIGHT.  Buller SLreet   -      -    -     -   Lady smith, B C  ,,1'he "Central Law Journal',' ol' ,St.  L.ouis ior May 18 gives the following ,-cnse. The. title i,s Farmer vs.  Kearney. ,., ���������  ,- Facts of.tto   Case.' -   .  -"The .facts in thc principle -casa  show that the defendant, Kearney,  was a stevedore employed to load  -vessels that in loading a certain  Aossel, Mr. Kearney' employed a" certain I'orcniaii and told him -the  number of men to employ in his  .gang find instructed him to load a  certain slock of cotton on a vessel  The forciriau employed the requisite  niimlicr oi men. Tin* ..injury occurred dy reason of the, negligence of the  foroman and his.men jn lulling to  fusten two bales of cotton securely  in tho sling attached to a derrick  usui for raising' and lowering tho  cotton into,the lipid of, the ship, by  leason of which carelessness one of  the bales slipped mid, struck plain-  tilf;t severly , injury ing him. ,The negligence is charged in the(petition, as  I follows: "First, that thc bales of  cotton were not .well-fastened and  secured in the sling attached to thc  derrick, and were improperly and  carelessly, slung by saiid < defendant,  his agents, servants, and employees  operating said derricks and its appurtenances   at the simc.  Second. That said'Vlcnick was operated in too great haste while lowering the cotton in the hold of the  ship. Third. That the derrick and  appliances, on which the cotton was  hoisted and let' down into the hold  of the vessel, wore not in proper position, and should have been station  ed in the forward compartment, iu-  -stead (of the aft compartment.-Fourth!  That two bales.of cotton, as,is customary, were hoisted by said derrick and lowered into the l hold  one and the same time  bight of the sling .that  of the cotton and lowered  hold of the vessel was entiri  Ion"-,  and     the bail of cotton     that  'struck peliiio'.i r was loosened and  fell out -of- the -simg."  ���������VkVA'^- -.''The Defense."-, // ��������� ,_,  '' "The defendant entered the unusual defense to the petition iin this  case that tho plaintiff belonged to a  laLor union which dictated the selection of thi* foreman and of the personnel of the gang working under thc  foieriian, and lhat suih being the  case he should not be held liable for  any iajuries resulting from tho negligence either of the foreman or, the  "ellow servants of Hie [ilainlii'f. The  brief of defendant*' at t.M-iu-y.s, lUill..-^.  Uufour & Dufoi.r uf Ncv, Orleans  '"������nt.aiiL.-A a full review oi (ho <^ i-  den<-i! offered on thi-: \i-ry mli'ivsl-  iiiS point. The !��������� .\ n, (I .il t urn.--, s  for the defendant, so/j '��������� "It is e\ i  dent thai lhe commerce of the port  or New Orlvans is huiidled by two  'issoHnt ions���������the Longhhoi'onien's l>-  nevolunt Association, which hanrilos  the cotlon up lo the time that th������  sling is all ached to the hoist, and  the Screw men*' Association, which  handles it from that time until it  reaches thc hold of the ship. The������e  two associations control absolutely  the commerce of Lhe port, forming  together what is know a as the' Dock  and Cotton Council, and enforcing  tfee rules of this council by boy-  Oie membership of their fellow work  cott 'or strike. The Screwmens' aVs-  sociation refuses to take cotton  from anybody but members ol the  T.ongshorcsmen's Association, and  the "Longshoremen's Association refuses lo deliver the col I on to anybody but members of the Screwmens  Association. The stevedore docs  not, and is not allowed to come in  contact with the individuals. Tie can  not employ the individual, but must  'employ an entire gang, which is  mndo up of members of this association among themselves, and to; which  Under the patronage of  His Honor, the Lieutenant-  Governor of British Columbia  sfrimtB at to ������ HOf  I m Ml f 1 SEffl  Liberal Premiums & Valuable Prizes���������The Best Stock  Market in the Province���������Live Stock Parade Daily���������3'  Days Horse Racing���������$5,000 in Purses and Valuable  Trophy Cups���������Splendid New,. Attractions, including.  Grand Broncho Busting Competition for Championship  of British Columbia  SPECIAL EXCURSION RATES FROO ALL POINTS  CHAMBERLAIN'S,.COUGH, REME-'  DY  ACTS ON NATURE'S PLAN    j  The most successful .medicines   aro' ���������]  those that    aid    ,.nature. ��������� Chamber  j  Iain's Cough  Remedy acts   on - this  plan.    Take it when-yon have a cold,  and it will    allay, the. cough,.-relieve  the lungs, aid    expectoration.'   -open '  thc secretions and aid nature in restoring the system to a healthy con- J  dition.   Thousands have testified'   to  its superior    excellence.    It counter- j  acts any  tendency of a  cold  to   Jesuit  in pneumonia.    Price 25   cents.  Large size 50 cents.     Forge size 50  Large size 50  cents.     For   sale   by  the Ladysmith Pharmacy.  i  o  f ICE!     ICE!    ICE!  WiLl be Delivered on Mondays,   Wednesdays-  Fridays and Saturdays  Orders must be In by eleven o'clock on day of Delivei-y,  Co  :  :!  :l  ���������I  < >  Union  -1-1 -,....,  HILBERT  Limited  | NANA1MCK B. C.  W.   SILER'.<  iENEKAL hXPRESS AND  'DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY  Df>^ "*'  Leave orders at the Abhotsfonf.  I  '-��������� ,,; i'- fc;---.s���������"I?; W>.  Ticket and Freight  Office, 75  Government Street.  Tanscoxitinental  Trains Daily  The New Train  0 \\Z NTAL LIMITED  The Traift of  Ease,   Elegance,  Excellence.  Every  mile  a  picture,   and  no smoke to spoil the   view.   _,  Through  Compartment,   Ob-   fy  servation and Pullman Sleep-   >|  ers;     also    Through    Tourist   &  Cars to Chicago.  At antic Steamship Business to Europe  is our Specialty  Union    Terminals   with   all  Steamer lines.  Keith reservations  by  wirel  Great Northern S.S.  Co.  FOR  JAPAN   AND   CHINA.  Steamships Minnesota and Dakota sail from Seattle for Japan    and China ports at   Ire-  imenr dates.      Exact    sailing  dates can be secured  upon ap-   r������  plication to any Great North-   gj  ern representative. &;  S. G. YERKES, I  A.G.P.A.,   Seattle, Wash.|  E..R. STEPHEN, 1  ,(,.. Gen. Agent,   Victoria.  B.C.y  mis  a K33  For entry blanks, Prize L ists. and other ii formation, Address,'" \  A. J. Morley, Mayor, President  J. E. Smart, SecretarlS  thej' designate one of themselves as workmen employed rely upon Jthe  foreman. These screwmen are sup- contractor's having- ' and exercising  l-eiiic aboard ship. G'hcy handle th* Prope*-" kuowjedge, skill and pruden-  cotton    from   thc  moment  the   sling   ** ^ suPerintending the    workmen as  ,.    , ...        ��������� taei'   work;  that    he    will see  that  is attached, to the   hoist.   One ofthe  rights which they demand is that, one  of the gang must operate the winch.  The stevedore is ' not allowedd any  choice m the matter, and on the'day  of ihe accident the screwmen and  rhe members of the gang in which  the plaintiff worked, designated  "Tony" one of their gang, to op-' ."���������  Every  witness  they' perform their ���������work properly.  The'men, may, however, elect in any  particular case, as between tkeni-  selves and the contractor, to reiiev  the latter from these duties and obligations and the responsibility resulting frrom their nonperformance,  by  selectiiujg   agencies  of their     own  urate  the  winch.  ice,   to  which they  look for  their  .    ,    ,        ' own  proper protection,     and     which  this case, including the plaintili hint I .. _.,-__     -        ���������    ,  _..,r    ,.  _. ..a./.. .......       .. ._ ! tney  substitute ior that   purpose  for  the    contractor.      The   responsibility  of   the   contractor   rests    upon    free-  ��������� . ,. , ' dom   of   action  in thc  selection      of  jf.  on the   lav in miestion,   tho    de-,.., , ...  ,     , ,,   _ "    _   ,, __ ' "tne  workmen   and  in his superinten-  lendant   that   put   the   most     expert    .  1       , dence  seir,   has  testified  that     thc     steve  dore is   not  allowed any choice      in J  the solection   of the winchman,   and,  STKam  iiba rno  I? UK.NISIIr:i)     ROOMS  nAi-itStn'rr.iED with bi-'-t  WINKd.lI.IQUOKS. CIGAK<  stead, tho requirementB as to residence may be ��������� satisfied by residence  upon the said land.  Six nionthe' notice in writing  should be given to the Commissioner  of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to apply lor patent.  Coal lands may be purchased at $10  per acre for soft coal and    ?20   for  anthracite.       Not     more     than 320  acres can  he aarjuired  by  one indivi-  within the Railway licit   In'British'dual  or company.     Royalty, at     the  honiesteaded    by  rale    of ten cents per ton  of  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead  Regulations.  Any     available     Dominion     Lands  collected  2,000  on   the  machinist   to operate thin winch, all]  of   the    screwmen    would   have    left  the   work    and   would   have    declmed  over them. When the individual workmoM, instead of allowing  matters    to  take   their  usual     shape  and  course, make it  a  condition    uf  to  return   to  work until  one of their< ,.,������������������ ... .+ ���������  f their contract to accepting service that he, tthe contractor) will  yield iu their ,faver his right of free-  been  re-instated  at   tke  number luid  winch."  "Tho court, in holding thc defense  ofiV'i-ed by the defendant, to be a  sufficient answer to plaintiff's petit-  tion says: "When a contractor con  tracting for work which he enjgaged  to do need a number of workmen to  perform   the   same,    the       individual  Are lou Coin? fast?  ��������� sure yomr tickets rea  North Western Line  Then be sure yomr tickets rea<   iU  ths  A. J.-McMURTRlE, Proprietor  Newly fitted up and  Furnished  LADYSAilTH, ~. C  Good tables and good  Rooms  pounds shall    he  gross output.  W. W.   CORY,  Deimtv of  the Minister of Tnterlnr  Columbia, may b*>  ony person who is the sole head of  a family, or any male over e ghtoen  years of age, to the extent of one-  quarter section of lGU .acres, more  or less a_^       -���������. ���������_.       ���������w^.  Entry must be made personally at   /^^^^^^i^l^LTL^lTlS^  the local  land office for the district . Jo ������S  in which the land is situate, j ^     ROOTS'&  SHOES  The homesteader is required to per- j ^     DfTDA IDr[)  lorni the conditions connectedy therewith    under    one     of-the   following  plans:  (1) At: least six months' residency  upon and cultivatio* of the land in  each year for three years.  (2) If the father, (or mother, if the  father is deceased), of the homesteader resides upna.a farm in the vicinity of the land entered for, the requirements as to residence may ho  satisfied by such person residing with  the father or mother.  (3) If the settler has    his perman-;  ent residence upon farming land own-  J. A. REED, ,  J*"*    ' Roberts St.    Near 5th, Ave.      ������S  HOTEL  DOMINION  ��������� RatdB $1.25 and$!.50���������  Fre to all steamboat' landings and  railway dopotB. Electric.care every five  minutes to all parts ol the city. Bar  and tablo unexcelled.  This Hotel  hu    been completely       renovated.  Board aid lodging J LOO'.per dky.  HOTEL    PRETORIH  JOHN TKA, Proprietor  Bar  Supplied  with   the  Best   Wines, 1st Avenue :-: :-: :-: Ladysmith B.C.  Liquors and Cigars.  P   VOU   WANT  AGOOD   first Class  Meal  CALL AT���������  J. X. Smith's Restaurant'  ALWAYS OPEN FIRST AVENUE.  The only line now making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  and MINNEAPOLIS with - the  through train* from tie Paciui  Coast.  THE SHORTEST LINE, TF  FINEST TRAINS, THE LOWES'.'  RATES,   THE  FASTEST TIME.  BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.   PAUL,   CUV  jCAGO,    OMAHA,     K.iNSAS  C1T.  iand ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete  information ask yi  local agent or write,  F.  W. PARKER  Gtneral   A gr.v  730 2nd Ave., Seattlo.  dom of action  as    to   selection     and  '. superintendence,      they  absolve    him  from responsibility which would otherwise   would      be  thrown  upon him  and look 'to    that of their own   selected   agencies.     When  the   workmen  delegate   to     a   labor    organization  which they have   joined  (and to others    in privity    with their   own     or-  ganinabion) the right of selection and  superintendence,  they agree to, accept  cold   storage   plant   can  easily  sup-  men  in those organizations,  ancf   toe  actions  of those  associated ipso  facto,   as   a   good   and sufficient guarantee   to   them   for  their    individual  safotj- and protection,   so  far as ..the  contractor is conceened. If they deem  membership     ia such      organizations  as   conferring    benefits   upon     them,  they cannot accept tho benefits    and  repudiate    the  resulting   legal   disadvantages."  F. BAYNES, Proprietor,  rt'by Mm In'the vicinity of bH home ABBOTT ST.,  VANCOUVER B, 0.  NOTICE  LADYSMITH   WATER WORKS  Consumers are requested to call at    the office     on Roberts   Street nn  oay Water     Rates, between the 10th   and the 25th of each month.  Office Hours I P. M. 4.30  l I.BLAND...  SUPERINTEND  XN51 !  EXCELLENT  Train Servic  BETWEEN  SITON, TORONTO,  MTREAL, QUEBEC,  PORTLAND, BOSTON,  And tho Principal Business Conters of  Ontario, Quebec, and the  IViaHtime Provinces.  ALSO TO BUFFALO, HEW YORK AKD  PHILADELPHIA, VIA NIAGARA FALLS.  For Time Tables, etc., address ,  CEO. W. VAUX, '������������������"  Assistant Qcn'l Passenger and Ticket Aeent, j  135 ADAMS ST.. CHICAGO, III.  WATER CURE FOR COAL.  They   aro   using   the   sea   as   acoal  bin in    Kngiand.    Kighteen     months  ago iron crates   containing coal were  sunk  in   a    big   basin   in  the     dock  yards   at Portsmouth.     At the sam,?,  time   the   same    quantity     of     coal  carefully was stored in the  open air  at   a   coaling point and sheltered by  tarpaulins.      At   intervals      of     siy  months      two samples  of each storage   hove  been   taken,   and   carefully  buimed. .   The results have shown con  clusively   that by the submarine stor  age   of coal its calorific value steadily increases,   while   by  storage     in  the open   air   a   decided   decrease is  shown.     At naval    stations  in     tho  Iropics   the   decrease   in   calorific     is  great,   the heat   of  the  sun  extracting   the light   volatiilo oils.  The admiralty is   satisfied   with the   physi-  cial    and    financial    advantages     of  submarine   storage,  and has now  dir  ected   that   experiments be ma.de to  ascertain    its   practicability    on     a.  larger scale. '/  /'    ���������>,  THfiL^ttYSOTTBDlILY LEDGER  Always On  AT  Hand  BICKL  Best of -Groceries |  A Large Stock of  I DRY GOODS, BOOTS & SHOES |  A Th  ������ Can' Be Beat ���������$���������  I , '  ���������  Smith, Fotos,  That's All!  Local Items  , some time, ami-v.'ho state that they  ca:: see much improvement in the  city. Every.-, here, they state, weie  signs bearing the inscription "Made  in Vancouver," arid the articles included almost i". erything from a l in  up- ���������     ,      ' /  aMo.'s.  J.  Knight   -returned from  weeK's  visit iu  Vancouver.  A 12 ������ pound baby girl arrived at  the home oi Air. ami Aiis. Li. Lee,  ii/spiaiiade,  on Saturday.  The passeiifer nain from Nanaimo  failed In ni.ike connections this morn  ing owinr. to lhe fact that during  thc nieji! biMltif No. 107 was destroyed bv f'r?. 'li.e fire originated  from hu'ili liu"1 v.hn-'i have been burning in th-s Mcinily recently, and  having b.-i-n spie.ii! hy wind last  night, flu* 'James de-i'royed the entire hi i !*-���������<'. .\I..i!> oi the passengers  who wc e nouinl ior Ladysmith walk  ed from ilie burned bridge to this  city, wh.le llio.se- bound for points  further d ���������". n the bne were obliged  lo a wail Ine I'lnii'l of the noon  train from \';i-l��������������������������� i.������ The latter utilized the U-. li;i..Jon Colliery -Company's 1 i.ifL . iiiui> Ladysmith up,  and in tiii*' nii'miei -.vas enabled'to  run alon "sid.- (lie hit eked train and  having leturned from a prospecting , transfer i.as.snigei.s .-i d mail, return-  tiip oa Saturday evening. Mr. Jones j���������g to T -id; -.umiIi ;u me o'clock. A  visited the city for the purpose o< gang (.f m. ��������� ;lu- n.,w at work on  *. cording some claims, after widen! the br.*;..-,.". :.ud ivp..irs will soon be  he will again leave for the mountain^, complo;..!.  The weekly meeting of the city  council will be held vlns evening, 1- st  evening being a holiday, the meeting  was postponed until tonight.  And Joe Gans is 'the man -with the  money and reputation now. On iUon-  ��������� day he won the light with Battling  Nelson in the 42 round, G-ans being  allowed the decision on a iouI committed by .Nelson.  iMr.  Waller Jones is in the     city,  Miss Jean Douglas,    of   lUontreal, j    Republic,     Sept.  'I.'-S.  Fullerton,  has arrived in the city, and in    Iu-  and -M.-.i-i -h-rlii-i-, two prosper-  tuie will attend to the millinery o\r< farmeis, wiu-i returning last  wants of the patrons of Messrs. Si-, nignl in thvir iKimo-i on Trout creek  nion Leiser & Co., ,IUiss Buchanan ' scum I iniles n-.ith of Republic, lost  having resigned her posiLion as mil- conliol oi (hen loam and were  liner.  -i-.i,���������1"'^.... /  So far this season, hunting pai ties  report having had hut coni.uarati-.eIy  poor luck.     In fact, according to i <_-  ports, this seems.to be tne case   ...n ) ville  over the island,  and is generally attributed    to  the exceptionally     cliy  weather which has prevailed ior some  time.     It  is impossible for  iiuni.ir-,  dogs lo work satisfactorily,  anu t.u- S  less they work well, the birub    lji. ;  not he lound.  till f J A 11     I'll!,.!     Ilu*  .v.i^on and both in-  sL'i.'.ly      kiJI.d.  '1 heir necks    were  liicri'i.  !��������� i.I'eiii-ii   \,.i-.;   i  -," irried,  5G years  oi .."*"    ,i! d   '..;s  a  native of Mason-  ville,   i^ik-Ih'c.  l ml-jrlich  formerly  lived at    SpoUvM-.e  He was 37 years  of  ..;;c,   ;         l<     t  '���������-  .i   wife and  four  .'iin.ill  e.ii     vi  II-        .iN.'l.i  One    accident    has    hecu rejn,...  since the    opening  oi   ihe    shorn i.  ,0'  ' " \ no.\ 70 FRAUD.  .i,'f.|.. nil/ .eferrcd to the  ..-. i ui. i   .ii.d the seller   of  in . ii.,, bionics, whose   op-  The very Latest Product.  ion -It is really a pleasure to handle them���������  They c-orne in Fawn,  Light and Dark Gray, etc  m UKBKj  %_it-JP Easn*  iA/  TO  u.������������* ���������**������������������������������������������ wiim tmvm  vfiliera ������  Akeohead  Pv%!AiVVV'*,vVS^Vvv^(������V,'v^^������^/  None Better-Capital ,& Nugget Cigars  '',..... a i.s in  in-    l.dSt iiifA'e done     f o  = ' i. l_,. to (i,..ei.L.I  i .mi:.,*, investments' ailt' or c���������*]ess> enough to send  season m   mis  vicinity,  the     u-.Hu. j ������������������   r ���������./,c r,t,m*, - ---    -  -  being a lad named Zadiarriln, ol  Extension. The latter was ouLiuu.i,  ing, .and in some iiuunei dioppeo nib  gun, which exploded while lulling.  _Tiie charge mangled the light hand  and arm so badly that ampul.:m n  was necessary when the injured i.i.ui  was removed to the '\..ii.unio Ii*3*-i^i-  tal. The arm was taken oil  below the elbow.  per,  The excursionists u ho p.utioni/ed  ���������lhe steamer Joan yesterday on her  tup to Vancouver, rcpoiL ��������� having  jiasscd a-most enjoyable day. The  excursion was under thc auspices of.  the Ladysmith City -Band, and ���������the  latter furnished some very pleasiiif.  music during the trip. Vancouver itself is much praised by the Lad,.  .smith people, many of whom h.-d  not visited    the Terminal City     for  ^ftWwwwwwwtfWkm^v^'. v.  r.      *"' ������������������-  ii. j.'-v.'e cMiin.ii:. j'..  - ,at ijWiese  peo  i pit; infhtill al won. i , unfortunately  liue; and how  ihiy !   1 assistance is  shown in a ciuulaj- which has    been  handed us by a ���������.allied correspondent.  We will not advertise . lie person -who  is'.urd the     I'licular'li-  giving      his  I lai.ic,   which   --'lunds vrry much-like  J .hi .i;,->itiiK'd ti:., hut we reprint below  Jll'>L l t'ic   tyi'i'-Ai-itleni   e.ii  'ar  letter,   ex-  1 ���������.u ly  as it  reads:  "Dcat .'���������"u.-Do ��������� *..i want, beautiful,  .���������.iiow}, !ai;;e goli: ;<u.u'tz, silver, cop-  a. and oilier rare minerals?  of ore,- ln.it most, of the capitalists do  not nuclei stand thc. ore, only experts  understand your licli ore. So we  make the following suggestions:  "Show     your stock buyers something showy,  and fine, and you  will  have novtrou-b'le in selling your stock,  and. increase your business successfully. Throughout, our experience      we  have fitted up several mining concern  'Through a line exhibition of rich ore,  they raised a large capital, and     the  result was     that they doubled their  output, because they increased     their  woiking capital. So we invite you to  our place of business, and we     will  show you some fine specimens.".  There could hardly be a plainer in.  vital/ion to fraud. Our correspondent'  thinks   .that     the, letter is certainly  "thc limit," and we quite'agree with  him.    The     vriltfr evidently knows  something of     the devious ways of  fraudulent     stock selling.  The only  mystery is how he came to be ignor-  a  copy of his letter to a mining engineer of high .standing. Perhaps his  "previous experience with mining con  cerns" has led him to believe that all  men arc as dishonest as himself.���������Engineering and Mining Journal.  THE   MOTOR-EYE.  To the academy-neck, ��������� the bridge-  brain, and 'the cycle.arm, must ' now'  he added the motor-eye and the wonder is that it has remained.unnamed and undiscovered till ''Miarnia-  duke" has, this week, introduced it h\  Grapjiic, where it is written that:  "The motor-eye is the,latestdevel-  opment that tho medical profession  has lo deal with. ' It appears that  those who ' are continually rushing  through the count ly on a motor car  cause the eye to take a too rapid  impression of the things it encounters, and, that this alTecls the mechanism or the eye. Naiure did not  prepare' us for ,thc conditions of  mr>������"crn times, and while it is adapting itself to them many ludorsc-en  circumstances  must  occur."  But nature has at all events been  good to us in this respect, that  whenever there is need'for thc coinage of a new term the talent is always at hand to supply it. -And  when it i.s the name of a new malady, Allien this talent rises to positive genius, wilh (he result that the  nation's vocabulary increases by  leaps and bounds.���������<Wcs'.mins(er Gazette.  FOR SALE���������$300   buys   a ,4-ioomed  cottage,    sihiated    between Third  ���������mid Fourth  Avenues,  Roberts' St.  For particulars, apply, between the  hours of 5 and C p.m.  IR. WILLIS. o-l  WANTED ��������� Girl   for general  house,  work. '   Apply  _    MRS. RALPH WRIGHT, ,  NOTICE.  ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������*���������������**-*������������������������������������������������������������������������  ������������������������������������v X  New Fall Goods |  If you want a good cook, apply to  HOP LEE.  SPORTS GROUND   a  SUBSCRIPTION LIST.  Hugh  Thornley.  N. A. Morrison.  T, O'Conneii.  J. Sanderson. - .  J.  Eno.  , D. O'Conneii.  J. C.  Gillespie.  Wm." Sanderson.  R. McMillan,  W. S. Morrison.  Jas. Adam.  James Dunbar.  ���������' John O'Conneii,  C. Hewlett.  Ed. Leahy, '  W.  Akcnhead.  W. Siler.  D. Johnson.  II. Hewlett.  *   A. Michie.  NOTICE.  I will not be responsible for   any  debts" contracted   by   Oscar Motti-  shaw without my written order.  S.  MOTTISHAW.  Nanaimo,  B.C., August 22, 1906.  Ask  for Capital and Nugget Cigars  in  DRESS GOODS,  MILLINERY.  CLOTHING  and various other articles of ���������  DRY GOODS  arc  arriving daily from the  cast  r     , a2"H3SS'2'^i"'^ ,  We invite you to Call and Inspect  Our Stock.     Everything 'marked in  Plain Figures .  ���������'  cs  ���������Mf ������M������*I MMUW  ���������'  Simon  LIMIT IS 13  Ol  S"rr *��������� ���������*_  jp        When ordering your MEAT don't forget to H|  ^ call on us.   We keep nothing  but the BEST "35  ^ that the Market  can afford  and  guarantee _zz  g SATISFACTION ^  1 -MULED CORN -BEEF  A Specialty  I  Vll IB,i  E A. HOWE  *E MEAT   MARKET  TMiillUiUiUJUJliiUilUUiU JU IU liUUiU JMlitt ittitt'JiUU IllR  i_____mimamsm~mm  "Smith," "Clabrough,"  a-MfM'MMHMlM^'~-~MM'-~-~-~-'M~~-~-M''~~~~~--~^*'kU-'i^^  "Parker," "Remington"  UMacici3������n  and "Winchester" Guns  i^,^^__3^___L_LMMM^mim^-mmummm^^m������m^tmtm-mm !!��������������������������� n ������������������ ��������� nii-am ""  FULL    STOCK  LADYSMITH HARDWARE COMPANY LIMITED  -*&-**������^^  NOTICE  Vie cn:i ni-'uvt* you up. a fine collection  ���������   ������������������ n:  vaa:  "liavt   ;i  .lnati/.i'  vjr.ablc price, It will help you  cUm.1,.'   to sell your milling j  !  jiniy be very I rue, 'that you j  -;. I j  mine,   an-. I your ore,    in  :  -  tt,  sh-i.-wri :<. high percentage ;  CHEAP FOOD IN MAINE.  Many of llic; newspaper' articles on  the cost of yachting are grossly,exaggerated. You can live very well  on the Maine coast at a cost of $-1  a week. This involves catching a  certain amount of fish yourself and  likewise digging clams and quohogs.  I assume, .however,- that you .willfind.  those pursuits a part 'of your plea-  surc. Fresh vegtta'lues, fruits, eggs,  and wonderful milk may be Obtained  of the natives at mirth-provoking  prices. For example, a peck of green  peas, picked while you wait, ��������� may  may cost 20 cents, or a qua^t of  milk and a half p^ck of new potatoes may come . to 25 cents, with  .rhubarb and soda biscuits thrown in  to make good measure. Fresh meats  pi course, can he had only at larger.  _^ ['harbors, hut unless truly epicurean  *������. j in taste, you will be content to   fill:  oiit the menu with  occasional canned? )o  Country Lite in America;  Boots and Shoes made and repaired. Contracts taken for clearing  land.  HOP'SINU  FLETCHER BLDO ist. AVENUE  rYYTYTrirTnnr"o  W. G. Fraser  Merchant Tailor  FIRST "AVENUE.  Suits    Made to  Order to Fit and to your  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  waT. ��������� supplies  est:; i __  Sg;      Minard's  ^JLSUL^SUULXXXSiD  i ,:ien  i  Liniment, for sale   every  where.  j _ Minard's  Liniment Cures  Da-ndrulL  Keep your feet iu style by  weaiiii}1; the latest style  Shoes.' W-iilk Over Shoes'  cosi no more I'.ian old styles  Call mid have a look. No'  troul ;-.-   io  show, goods.  .. -.-jj^aTuwjr.*--*  BLAIR  & ADAM,  3o!e A-.-; -'its  'I'llONE 2*1'  ISA ', ������  ������"���������.'���������".! a  ���������5Si i *  -^' 2  mr..   *  OIL,  Birr.  2������  9  e  9������99������O.a>0<  _#*~~-xs-  ������3-t  FOR TO-MORROW  iitton,  Veal and Pork  %mmmmmmmmmK\  wm  G. JPANNELL  GAT ACRE ST.       LADYSMITH  E.  ���������jt������������������Ge������t������������������tiiii ���������.������.��������� 9.9. -���������-������������������-���������.* ������ ��������� o ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������_���������>���������������.���������*>.���������  i.?.X',^"!^ii^i^*^'S^^A^'^^^ -'T* --'���������������������������--'-"-      '-       -���������   -    "���������  REST YOUR EYES  ' If your eyes tire easily, you heed glasses. Docs the type become  blurred? If so you need glases> If your eyes burn, you need  glasses. Do you suffer from headaches? If so, glasses will lielp  you. If you have any of the above symptoms, let us -examine-  your eyes and fit you with gl asses that wilL give you relief.  "������������������  We-make no charge for exa niination and   can supply you   with  GLASSES  FROM-$i.5o AND UP  B. FORCIMnER  Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  *;';:������.''^������M''A'ai������������l-,&^ ""  I  t-..:������Ml������_VS8WS&������  _*______tnmnrMrru3a&ri7Uwnvw_st*iBmsiwux  We are still in tne Wall Paper f.nd  Paint Business, and are selling slathers of it, which shows that our  prices are right and give good satisfaction.  If you wish to do your own Pointing or Paper-hi.vtgifig, make your  Picture Frames and Furniture look  new, come and have a talk with us  and we will cheerfully give you any  information that you desire and  make your task easy.  LADYSMITH WALL PAPER DEPOT,  Harry Kay, Proprietor  moke ii Big B Cigar.  Dr. -' ���������':*��������� can be found at any time  at his otfice on G-atacre street. His  dental work is guaranteed to be first-  class,  and rates reasonable.  Smoke Little B Cigars.  LOST���������On Aug. 7, rough-coated Airedale terrier,  black back with    tan  "'head and legs; tail docked. Anyone  returning same to the Bank, will  be reqarded.  DESKiNS  "    MAKKS    i  GHT-i J  ������0       2  ! Notice in "I.'iveul.ve A;;o ^_ ,  Hook "How to obtain Patents" fj \ jjj; Jjgi ^_ ',  , Charges modern:?.. No foo till patent iaseenreu. 1  [ ��������� Lutiors strictly confidential. Address. I  f E. G. SIGGEIIS. Patent Lawyer. Washington, 6.C. j  A^.,A.,   ,    t.   l.^.~A.~_.~_A...___^_*. \._   ..j.^, 4    fc    A   fc   a/

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