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 LADYsniTH Daily Ledger
PUBLISHED IN THE LEADER OFFICE
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VOL. 2
FRIDAY, DEC. 2, 1504.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
WILL CHEAPEN THE
TRANSPORT OF ORE
Invention by   Thomas  Kiddie   of Scow
That Is Far Ahead of Present Water
Conveyance
Cargo Does Not Require Handling Either
in Loading or Discharging-Simple But
Effective System
A patent has just been received by
Mr. Thomas Kiddie, manager of the
Tyee smelter, lor an invention, which
will make a very appreciable reduction in tlie cost of transportation of
ore by water. It will serve the very
same purpose as the sclf-dlscllarg'ng
railway ore ear antf besides gives increased stability to thc cargo vessel
employed.' Mr. Kiddie's invent it n is
a gravity discharge scow, thc principle ol whicli, devoid ol all tcelini.nl
terms, is a series of pockets t.". hoppers arranged on . thc deck of the
scow, while beneath is a space I e-
tween the nutlet of the hoppers and
the but torn of the scow sufficiently
high to allow of cars being run on
tracks beneat.li each hopper nnd .liter
being tilled by opening a gale in llie
bottom of the hopper, lhc car is run
lo the end >nf the series of hoppers or
bins and there cither hoisted through
a hatch or hauled up the inclined:cud
ol the scow and emptied.
Perhaps the easiest way to, explain
llie process is a brief general description of an oic S-!r>w liuiif on this
principle, intended, to carry a. cargo
of 7110 tons or ore. Tlic scow it-ell
is Hill feel long, wilh a beam o or
all ol 32 leet, a draft, when leaded,
of 12 feel, with three leet ul i'ree
board to tire deck, the hatch over the
bins being 2(1 feet wide', surrounded
by a substantial combing three leet
utrove the deck. Within  this  hatch
arc lour rows ol ore bins, 28 in all.
These ore bins are built like hoppers
with the outlet below. A space of
six feet high between thc outlets and
the false bottom ol the 3cow alhws
or four lines ol track, anc under
each line of bins. 'Four hatches at
each end give outlets to these tracks,
so.it may be seen that eight ears
may be operated at once, lour being
raised and discharged at each end. Or
il desired, an endless automatic conveyor may be-used, a man .trig stationed beneath each row of oppcis
to regulate the (low Irom ihc Hoppers
and keep the vessel trim.
It is very easily seen how quickly
this vessel can be discharged when
eight cars each -holding a ton, may
he emptied In much less than five
minutes and without once handling
tlie ore. The arrangement ol the
bins like pockets,gives lull assurance
that the cargo cannot shift and for
further security tlie hatches fattened
down over the bins will keep ail sung
in the heaviest sea. Resides, with
the pockets inside instead ol one common hold, customs ore 'nay he picked up Irom various mines and kept
separate. Indeed, the advantages are
very apparent, to the practical man,
and without doubt this i'iiss ol ore
vessel will soon be greatly in lavor.
Tlie scow already described lias a
moulded bow, the stern being the usual shape.
MURDERED FOR
DOING DUTY
Monroe, La., Dec. 2.—Deputy Unit-
oil Slates Marshal J. 10. Pope, was
shot yesterday at his homo near
Trenton by an unknown man who
fired from behind a tree. Several
mouths ago Pope was warned to
leave town, under penalty of ilc.lh
on account of his activity against
peonage men.
JEWEL SALE
IN LONDON
11. C. MACKEREL.
'•What is believed to be the first
mackerel ever caught fin Ilritish Col-
iiiii-uiiI.ii. waters was secured iu a net
cast ill the harbor by llie employees
ol tho1 Nnnn'i'iiio Fisheries, Ltd.. on
Wednesday, says the Nanaimo Free
Press. "The f.tdi is small but there
' is no doubt that it is the genuine
mackerel. Thc capture is ol, importance as indicating what had hitherto been denied; th.it mackerel were
lo be found here.
PRINCESS ROYAL MINES. '
Mr. F. M. Twcedle, manager ol the
thc mines on Princess Royal Island,
which arc owned hy a syndicnio ol
Now Brunswick people, is in Vancouver. Development ol the property is
being steadily proceeded witli, and
the values are very good, running to
$11111 per Ion, bul Ihe dilficulties ol
transport.uion add considerably to
the expense, The mine is located li&
miles Ironi tide walcr, and tho ore
is brought across two small lakes
in scows. This necessitates several
liiiiis-sliipineiits. Twenty-three nfen
are employed and work will he continued all winter. For a couple- ol
months in the middle ot' winter tiie
hikes freeze over sufficiently tn prevent tlic operation of small steamers
used in towing, but not•enough to
permit, hauling over file ice.
Adjoining the Princess Royal Colli
Mining Company's claims is lhc Kelly group, where work is also going
on under the superintendence ol Mr.
E. Cleveland, til Vancouver.
New York, Dec. 2.-A London dis-
prit-h to the Herald dated Thill-day
says the chief interest at the second
day's sale ol the Anglesey jewels at
Christies today, centred round a pair
of matchless sapphires ol unusual
size, about hall an inch across, cat li
mounted as sleeve links with large
single brilliant ends which werc reported to have cost the marquis llie
sum ol £211,11110. The price obtained,
however, was lar below what was ex;
peeled. Ridding lay between two
dealers only. The figure offered by
the highest licing £1,380. Nearly as
high as sum, namely £1,32(1, was giv.
en for lour large button jicurls mounted as a pair of sleeve links. A fine
pair ol drop shaped pearls mounted
as a scarf pin with a diamond centre
went lor £li_fl. Six large, fine brilliants mounted as buttons went lor
£88(1, four ol the same mounted as
sleeve links tor £070 and two fine
button pearls mounted as a scarf pin
lor £-120.
'the whole Yukon country Is excited over recent gold tlitictiveries tin
Rosebud creek-, u tributary of tlie
Lower Stewart river. There Is a
great ri.nli Irom Dawson and other
points.
A FRUITING PARSON.
Rev. Isaac    Selby,    ol Australia,
shot at Superior Judge IloUf.«u.l    in
I San Francisco while the latter was
on (he bench.   The bullet came wilh-
I in an inch of the .ridge's bend and
lodged in tlic back ol his chair. The
wunld-lic murderer was al onto removed from tlie courtroom to the city prison and charged with attempt
to commit murder. Selby* was recently sued lor divorce hy bin wife.
Ile conducted his own defence, but
was unsuccessful, a decree against
him being granted. He then sued a
ninn named Dornild McRac for damages for having alienated his former
wife's affection... The case came up
in Judge Hclrjkrird's court, and Selby again was his own attorney.
When a ruling against him was made
he quickly drew a revolver and llrcd
pointhlank at the judge, wlio heard
the bullet whistle past his car. Ncl-
by was at once seized and prevented
Irom discharging another chamber ot
bis pistol. For a (.line tilicre was
great excitement among the spectators, lull, quiet was restored when it
was lound Hint thc judge liad nut
been injured.
CIVIC ELECTIOHS H6T FIR
OFF
Mr. Coburn Likely Again to be
Candidate For the
Mayoralty
So Far Few Names Are Mentioned as New Members of
Board
It is about time now for Ladysmitli people! to begin thinking of
wlio arc to represent the citizens on
fie Council board during the next
year. Very little has been yet heard
J I rospecUyo candidates ami there
seci .; a disposition among men who
woi.ld make good candidates liangiii'g'
had. until tlicy are pressed to come
ion a.ii, a rather unusual state    of
".V.irs  that speaks volumes  for   the
o'esly of Ladysinith business men.
Mayer Cobum is widely spoken of
-•■-■ c.-ui'Iidat'f. a'gain for the oll'icc, there
being a1 disposition to-^ivc him a boL.
ter opportunity to exercise his tal-
cnttj as chief magistrate than he lias
i.eeri able lo do this year, when the
ntiiicil lias hern so h^mUoaipped hy
hiking hold in the middle of the sum-
nier and getting the municipal machinery in running order, with very
little money to do it with. 11fs
Worship, after a gcod deal of pressing, said that.he was not pors .iully
anxious for tlic olficc, but ii the <.nt-
plc wanted him he wouldfbe a candidate for the mayoralty.
So far, new aldermatic rim I. or ial is
'.cry s farce, though two names are
mentioned in connection with West
Ward, Alexander Hydcn ami David
McKinnoll.
NOT ALLOWED TO
TAKE HELL BACK
Russians  Find Too   Late That Position They
Left in a Hurry at Port Arthur Would be
Handy For Immediate Use
Japanese Have No Idea However °f Relinquishing
Dearly Bought Prize and Stay There Despite
Efforts to Dislodge Them
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j   SPORTS
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WILL  RETAIN RACE.
Thc announcement is made hy tlie
directors of .lie Fair Association oi
St. Louis tn renew the $50,(10)1
World's Pair Handicap. Not only do
the officials of the old couri .11
North St. Louis plan to renew the
sta_e in t-OG, but tlicy also.ltave a
desire to nialrc it one oi tlie fixtures
oi the season. They believe that
such a stake can well support itscli
nnd lhat lit can become. the most important turf event ol the Western circuit. As planned by the Fair Association, a big slate will .te canted, if
arrangements do not go amis1-, to be
rr.n yearly, commencing in ltlfiti. The
value ol this event will be $,-0,000,
if ^f is decided to make the contest a
guaranteed fixture, or may he greater, if'tlic entries arc such that it can
he made an added-tnoncy fixture.
PROFESSIONALISM.
An astonishing state of affairs in
lacrosse circles has been brought to
notice through application in Jl'rninLy
Court .Winnipeg, by Joseph Moir, a
member of the Si into Lacrosse CliijU
executive, to secure from the,Hank of
Hamilton tne sum ol $100 deposited
to tho credit ol KoWert McGi'bncy, a
noted lacrosse player Ifaiiiiliarly
known all over the Dominion      is
Buck." The evidence given in .lie
trial goes to show that the Minto
Lacrosse Club paid McGibncy $50 and
deposited llloo in the bank lor him,
! which was not to he drawn until
September 1st, when Mc(I ibiiey wins
j to be released Irom his contract to
play with the Minto club during the
season. McGibncy Inter applied for
a certificate to play wilh the Shamrocks of Whin peg, whereupon the
Minto club brought charges of hro-
Icssionalisin against him, and took
steps to prevent him securing the
money placed to his qrcdit in the
bnnk. On the matter being reported
'to tlie Canadian Amateur Athletic
Union at Montreal, Hint body expelled McGibncy from the amateur ranks
this fact was nut made piiblic iu
Winnipeg until President 'Nixon', of
tlie Western Canada Lacrosse Asso-.
ciation admitted il- in his evidence at
(lie trial. -.This phase of the vnncslion
besides pulling amateur lacrosse
clubs in a peculiar position, also effects ninny oilier branches of sport. .
McGltoioy played witli the Shamrocks
of Winnipeg last fall when that team
played exhibition matches at Nelson
New Westminster, Vancouver and
Victoria.   The players iu these chilis
Tokio, Dec. 2.—It is reported here
that the Russians have attempted to
retake 203 metre hill. Tlicy assemble'!) a strong force and assaulted the
position but were repulsed with heavy
losses. The Japanese, (hiding sailors
among the Russian dead, believe lhat
if tile men from the licet arc being
employed in making sorties, tlie complement of tllc force must be falling
short. The (act that the. Russians
are fortifying tlic positions available
between Liao Ti antl Manlai inonn-
tains increases Hie belief tllat they
will make their last staiwl there.
Imperial headquarters makes tlie
announcement that 17 olliccrs have
been killed and (il wounded in tlic
field, but does not mention the place.
It is presumed thai it was at i'ort
Arthur. Thc details of the attack of
the swordsmen al I'ort Arthur arc
Unknown here and a inherence of op-
(Associaled Press Despatches.)
inion exists as to whether any of
the attacking parties were armed exclusively witli .swords! Possibly many
of the soldiers carried swords, in addition to their bayonets, for tbe Japanese retain much ancient respect for
the sword and continue training witli
it despite tlie opposition of tlic officers of the newer school. The result
of this sword attack was evidently
negative. Tlie wounded leg of Gen.
Nckainina has been amputated. The
party under Gen. Sato retired and
did not press the attack.
WEDNI .SUA Y'S SUCCESS.
Sti Petersbiing; Dec. 2.—Despatches
received from Muk'dcn today say that
Gen. Ilcnnekminp's forces Nov. 3(1
drove tlie Japanese out of flic new
position southward of Tsinkhetchen
(near Da Pass). Tho fighting was
cd their supplies in their villages
short and sharp. '1110 Japanese flnum-
antl retreated,  pursued  hy  Cossacks,
as far as the Taitsc river. The Japanese losses were a_i_iuV50 killed and
100 wounded. The Cossacks destroyed a Japanese telegraph line and captured the village ,about seven land onq
half miles southeast of Tsinkhetchen.
Tokio, Dec. 2.—The following was
given out at the imperial headlujuar-
tcrs this afternoon: The Commander
of the Japanese force at Haiench-
iiang reports that on Nov. 25 a detachment of our force attacked the
enemy's position at Suchialout7.11 and
dislodged theni, but discovering a
large column of the enemy advancing
from tlie rear, our force stopped and
occupied Machiachen and its vicinity.
In llie forenoon of Nov. 26th some
artillery appeared in the direction of
Siantziatsu and Wamliu river and in
the afternoon the enemy was gradually reinforced from the rear by three
battalions of infantry and eight gjiins.
Our detachment avoided an engagement, rejoining our'main position.
HARRIS WAS
NOT AT HOME
Visitors From the Mountains
Miss Object of Their Surprise Party
Tangier, Dec. 2,-Trlbesmcn made
a determined attack on the resilience
of Winter- 13. Harris, the En,)'_sli
writer, last night with the avowed
intention of capturing him. Tho
mountaineers' surrounded the house,
stabbed a guard who attempted to
raise an alarm, and secured others,
hut finally, alter looting, the tribesmen left without finding Mr. Harris.
LEWIS AND CLARKE FAIR.
Portland, Ore., Dec. 2.—Following
close upon the announcement that
Russia has decided actively to |r_arti-
cipalc ill the Lewis and Clarke Exposition, Canada, too, has. withdrawn her former decision r),;aiiisl officially taking part in the 1005, fair.
Canada will not only be represented
here by an exhibit, hut will elect a
Canadian pavillion, thus taking leadership among tile exhibitors, il is
believed that Canada's exhibit will
be made up mostly ot fegturcs, tending to show thc opportunities for
settlement of the vast homestead land
made by the Ottawa .government to
ol Canada and that plans will be
head a good percentage of immigration into the Dominion.
GRANUV MINES.
In a short lime the Granny mines
in Boundary will be equipped with
the first electric locomotive In hens,
cd in any copper mine in British Columbia. It will he operated rrl lire
No. 3 tunnel level in llie mine and
out to the now ore crusher and tne
bins, thc ial ter oft whicli are now
rapidly nearing coiiiplelirin. Tho
new crusher will lie operated by electricity, ns well as lire ore skips,
whicli will raise the ore to (lie bins
after .being crushed.
will have to answer to the charge o'
having, competed against a professional, while Howard Carper, field cap-
lain and manager af the Shamrocks
ami also a prominent monilicr nf the
Winnipeg Rowing Club, played wilh
Mi-liibncy on the team, and will
have to he dealt wilii by tlic Cnna.
diun Association of Amateur Onrs-
ni-ii.
WANT MOUNTED POLICE.
The Washington correspondent ol
the Seattle P.-I. says that the United Slates president lias, been strongly
urged to use iiis Influence in favor of
establishing a system of mounted polite in Alaska, somewhat similar la
the Northwest mounted police of Canada and the Yukon territory. This
recommendation is one of the principal features of the report of Judgo
Day, iassislant lo llie attorney general, wlio recently made an investigation of conditions in Alaska, 'ihe
president has not yet indicated what
action lie will take in the matter,
but I is possible that he will have
something to say on the subject' in
his annual report. Under! the present conditions there is no protection
for property outside the Incorporated
towns, except such as is afforded by
widely scattered deputy marshals,
and Judge Day believes it' highly im-
lice patrol. A part ol his report on
portant lo establish an efficient, po-
lliis subject is as follows:
" There is 110 system of police, in
Alaska outside tlie; limits of incorptir-
stitutcs a standing invitation to law-
riled towns—a condition which con-
lcsshcss in a vast frontier! community
like Alaska. There are some deputy
Marshals scattered through the country, it is true, but tney arc much
too few lo do efficient police feorvico,
antl, furthermore, the primary duty
ofadeputy marshal is to serve legal
process, not to act as a conservator
uf lhc peace and asja detective.
"I recommend as legislation of
great urgency, tlie establishment of a
mounted constabulary in Alaska to
police the territory outside the limits of incorporated towns, tlic appointment and tl ispiisition'ol the
fnrec lo Ire vested in tlie governor."
SERVIAN  CABINET  RESIGNS.
Ilclrganle, Scrvin, Dec. 2.-Thc cabinet has resigned. Tlic '..signalion ol
agreement between the ministers ov-
tho Servian cabinet is due to a disci- building new railroads, 'I'he ministry was (constituted in February,
11)03, under Premier Druver.
SHIPPING
FOR MONTH
Number of Vessels Calling at
This Port During Month
of November
For lhc month of November the
number ol vessels calling at lite port
of Lailysmith was 85, with a .onimgo
of 10801. Ot these vessels the nuni-
Jier clearing foreign was 28, witli a
tonnage ol 13,2115 and carrying 17,-
210 tons of cargo, valued at $150,-
001.
The vessels clearing coastwise numbered 57, with a tonnage of 6,590.
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MRS. CAMPBELL'S DEATH.
The illness ot Mrs. Michael Campbell, who had been tor some time
'past in the hos.'ial at Victoriator-
■ miiiatcd fatally • 1 Irerday and today
llie horly was hr ght home on the
noon train, Mr. t a„iP|b_l! acct«np|i|ny-
ing it. Mrs. CampLell was an old
resident in this part of the province.
Horn .in W.lkcsliarrc, Pennsylvania,
sue came to Nanainio twenty-seven
years ago and also resided at Wellington before tllc farmily moved to
Ladysmith. Besides her husband she
leaves four sons and two daughters.
One of the daughters, who is married, resides in Nova Scotia. To enable Mr. John Campbell, one of the
sons, to arrive from Femic, thc funeral bus been Oxcd for Tuesday morning at 11.30 alter mass nt the Roman
Catholic Church, thence to the cemetery.
At the inquest held inlo tho circumstances surrounding the death of
Samuel Keys, whose body was picked
up in tlic Victoria harbor on Monday,,
a verdict nf "found drowned'' was
brought in by the coroner's jury.
JUMPS OVERBOARD,
Now York, Dec. 2.—Jabo Snlkiva,
a steerage passenger from Finland, on
Nav. 21th jumped overboard from the
steamer Chemnitz whicli arrived here
today from Dromon. Boat- were scut
irrlt In search fin Ihe man bul no
I race nf him was found. The Icause
of bis tictlon is not known.
II. W. Kent, general superintendent
of lhc British Columbia Telephone
I'oniapny, is making an inspection of
the new line from Victoria to llcl-
lingbani. On account of .ho liad weather the work bus been delayed somtc-
what. It is expected, however, that
the line will be iu use In about     a
week's  time. LADYSMITH  LEDGER
LADYSMITH LEDGER
Published    every day except Sunday at The Ledger Building, corner
ol  First Avenue and French street,
Ladysmith, Britisli Columbia, by thc
Ladysniilh Publishing Company.
SUBSCRIPTION!    RATES.
By    mail in    Canada and United
States.
One year (in advance) <_ ....00
Siz months (In advance)      1.50
Delivered ln the city (per month) .50
ADVERTISING RATES.
Transient—Including business no-
-lccs, calls (or tenders, applications
(or and transfer of licenses, legal
notices, etc., 10c a line first Insertion, 5c. a line each subsequent insertion; 12 lines measure to the
IncU. H'.'l
per cent., increased tlic yield of
wheat and have made the whole nynn-
inunity more prosperous. It is a
wonderful instance of what true cooperation carried out in n l-tisiness-
lifrc way can accomplish.
THE RIGHT PLACE
BARBER   SHOP __ BATH ROOMS.
The ESPLANADE    between the
Grand and Abbottsford,
WlLUAM Powkks, Prop.
NOTICE
Messrs. Blair & Adam have secur-
1''-__1_l' e'l tllc agency of the Ohrystal Laundry Co. to Victoria.   All parcels and
orders    lelt wilh them will receive
prompt and careiul attention.
LADYSMITH BAKERY
COMMERCIAL ADVERTISING.
Rates ob application. Cuts lor
regular use should he all metal.
Advertisements not Inserted (or a
specified time will bo charged lor until paid and ordered to be discontinued. BJ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
All changes of advertisements must j ON THE ESPLANADE
Ire received    at    this    office on the PASTRY OK ALL KINDS NEATLY
morning ol the day of Issue. BAKED AND FRESH.
Subscribers   not    receiving paper:   BREAD FIVE CENTS PER LOAF
regularly please report to this ollice. I   Confectionary ot all kinds.
All job work must bo paid lor on    Orders taken (or Pastries to he dc-
dellvery. Hvered at any time.
Transient advertisements must bC|   Pmctctl& Ladysmith Esplanade
0. j. HTISON,
HEI.CH -Nl  TAILOR
st Ave. Ladysmith
paid tn advance.
A TERRII1LE SENTENCE.
Offclcria e pane di prima qualita
semprc fresco Pane cinque soldi
l'uno.
Ordini distiibuili qual unque parte
del paare.
FIRE WOOD.
Shingle  spalts,  good cedar  wood,
$2 a load, (cord, more or less), ilc-
Hy sentencing a young man to life
imprisonment for holding up the inmates of a restaurant with a six-
shooter and robbing them-; a Chicago judge has taken extreme measures    to  break, if   possible, a crime
.,     .     , ,,' .        vu   a    i..-.u,    1,1 ui u,    iii.FH.    ui    icaai,
that has      ..ccome very common  in  HtmnA    ,   „,,     ' ,        .    „.       ,
1 livere...   Leave orders at office of
tbat city.    For along time hack it
has been complained that crimes ac-l
companied by violence '•"""■'^ "-'
armingly frequent in Chicago, awl
thc (sentence seems to echo the feeling   of    tlic    people there that the
reign of terros must nease.   If is un-      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
• rortmiatc, however, that such a heavy,  AU kinds of clothing denned and
sentence    should  be imposed'on a    repaired,
mere lad.   There may be cimunstati- j
ccs tending to show that the crijniri-   _-__i7..srrriia n [?—    -,
al is an incorrigablc for whom there     No* it. yonr time to gul. your wj"
is no chance of reform; but it must
W.G. Fraser
Merchant Tailor
(ist Avenue)
Fall Stock Just Arrived. Gill early
ami get your pick of thc largest and best
stock in town.
GEORGE YUEN
Merchant Tailor
be a very extreme case where there
is not >a gleam of hope for the reformation of one so young. One tjreal
danger iu giving extreme sentences
is that they may aggravate the very
disease that it is. intended to cure.
It may lie that instead ol terrifying
evil doers, it may result in criminals, instead of merely Uiri-it-iiing
their victims, killing them outright,
in order that there may he no witnesses against them. It would seem
tiiat a still sentence of even fourteen
years would have met the case equally well. Such a period in prison is
a long time out oi a man's life, but
there is hope of freedom at thc end
of it arid that would cause a highwayman to pause before proceeding lb
extremes. A tough at seventeen may
yet he turned into nn honest man,
for he has not got beyond the itn-
pressionalilc age. It would lie more ]
merciful indeed to hang him than to
doomr him to a whole lifetime of
prison, without hope.
supply of wood, we will deliver yon '. r
foot, dry wood, which ite rqit-1 lo ri ■
ricks of l(i inch woori, for .^rJ.fiO
,1. M, l.l.tll,
The Ladysmith
Opera House
NORrTMERN   PACIFIC   RY.   CO
Corner Government antl Yates streets
Victoria, II. C.
THREE.
3-TRAN.SCONTINENTA1---
TRAINS DAILY.
If You Are Going to the
ST.   LOUIS   EXPOSITION,
Tako  the    NORTHERN    PACIFIC
RY., either via St. Paul or Billings.
New Tourist Cars on all trains.
Fine connections made from Victoria
by night or morning boats.   Only
line having through service  to St.
Louis without change ol cars. Tick-
lets on sale October 3, 4 and 5.
Fare to St. Louis and return,
$-7.50, good tor three months, returning any line; also cheap round
trip rates to aii points East, on account ol the Fair. Parties going via
St. Paul to St. Louis or Eastern
'points should not miss a trip oe the
famous "North Coast Limited."
Steamship tickets on sail to all
European points. Very low rates
now in effect. They will not last.
Cabin accommodation. reserved by
wire.
■ -For further    Information   call or
kef, next to Opera House—-'phone (No. ..oj to the office.
'A. D. CHARLTON,  C.E.LANG,
BOOTS AND SHOES AT RIGHT
PRICES.
Repairing and making to order   a
speciality.
THOHAS MCEVVAN
1st Avenue,   Ladysmith, D. C.
NO. 886. F,
LADYSMITH AERIE
O. E. :-: :-: :-: :-j
Meets in the Opera House 1st and
3rd Tuesday at 7.30 p.m. Worthy
President, A. A. Davis; Worthy
Secretary, C. II. Riimmings.
FRESH {FISH
At the Ladysinith Fish Mar-
open morning and evening.
A.G.P.A.N.P.R.,
Portland, Or.
spiratalt &  Nanaimo  Railway
Time Tablo No. 53.
TAKING EFFECT WEDNESDAY, OCT. 5TH.
Northbound Southbound Nortt .bound Sat,Sun Southb-d
Leave Dally    Arrive    Leave       and Wed    Arrive
A.M.   P. M. P, M.    P. M.
Victoria     9:00  12:00 Victoria   3:00    7:00!
Shawnigan Lake   10:20   10:10 Shawnigan Lake 4:20    5:40
Duncans    11:00   10:02 Duncans 5:00    5:00
Ladysniilh  11:57    9:10 Udysmith   5.52    4r0t>
Nanaimo   12:40    8:20 Nanaimo   0:42    3:15
Ar. Wellington    12:53   Lv 8:00 Ar Wellington ...0:55 de 3:00.
THROUGH TICKETS TO CROFTON.
Via Wcstholni, Stage leaves daily except Sundays, connecting with North'
and South bound trains. Double stage service Wednesdays anil Saturdays,
connecting with morning and alternoon trains.    Fare Irom Victoria, Sin
glc (2.40, Return $3.CO.
THROUGH TICKETS VICTORIA TO ALBERNI.
Stage leaves Nanainio Tuesdays and Fridays on arrival ol train    Irom
Victoria. Fare irom Victoria, Single$.1._0, Return $8.05.
Excursion rates in effect to all points good going Saturday and Sunday, returning not later ithan Monday (leo. L. Courtenay, Traffic Manager.
Gen'l Agt.,
Victoria, B.C
FARMERS'   MEAT  J1ARKET
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On ist Avenue
(leo. Roberts   . - .  Proprietor
Can lir' secured for Theatrical
purposes, Dancing forties cr ltiitei
ainmsnts generally.
D   NICHOLSON, Prop
Take a Trip East
OVER THE
Canadian Pacific
A FARMER'S RAILWAY.
A iini',.ue instance of co-operation
among ihe farmers comes from North      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Dakota.    These    men    had to haulj at 7 p.m.  for Seattle, and nt 7.30
their grain adislanic of twenty-live ,.,„,, ,or Vancouver.
AND GET
YOUR MONEY'S WORTH.
REDUCEDRATES
Tickets on Sale   October 3rd, 4th,
and 5th.
2 TRAINS DAILY.
FINE ACCOMMODATION.
8. C. COAST SERVICE
SS.  Princess Victoria sails dally
miles to a railroad.   They tried    to
get tlic Great Northern to build    a
branch line, but without  avail;     so
tEiey set out to help themselves. The|y
bought ties, a lot of old rails, had a
line surveyed,  secured the  right ot
way and built the road all by co-operation.    Than    thi'j' started llirco
townr-lls along their line nml *4)   a
miniature senlc followed the methods
ot tlic railway magnates. The.salc ol
Hie fownsite hits secured theni capita) enough to buy an old engine and
n few old box ears for rolling slock,
null llie railway wnj used as a means
of transporting the grain from    the
farnies  to market.    Last year  there
were 00,000 bushels of grain hauled
antl     wilh the cheaper facilities afforded by this novel railway, the farmers    havo    found it advisable lo ,
plant many more acres of land next
year and expect to have an Immense-
ly increase in the quantity of freight.
The net  result of  these operations
has    'been to establish three thrifty
little   farming    towns, one nf them
witli Kill people anil grain elevator
to    hold  250,(1110 bushels of wheat.
They have Increased Ihe value      of
land along  the railway seventy-live
Steamers lor Skagway, West Coast
and Northern B. 0. ports.
THE MOST NUTRITIOUS
EPPS'S COCOA
An admirable food, with
all its natuial Qualities
Intact, fitted to build up
and maintain good-ieal.ii
and to resist winter's
I extreme cold, Sold in half
| pound tins, labelled James
Hpps&Co., Ld, Homoeo-
(.hi.mists, London, Eng.
EPP_7S~COC0A
CIVINO STRENGTH AND
VIQOR.
HOTEL    LELAND.
(T. J. Wcllman, Prop., Vancouver.)
One block Irom CPU, Depot and
slcamhoat wharves. Newly renovated and re-modelled. Rates $_ per
day. Corner Granville and Hastings
streets. Telephone, 1-4.
THE JONES HOTEL
line Dollar Per Day.
(,'ootr Table, Good Bed and Good Bar
(Half hoick from Depot.)
Beet acotnmodal.ioii tor transient and
permnnent boarders rue! ludtrers
GRAND HOTEL
T.i.h new lintel haa been comfortiiltly
faniiah.'il  hw. the  bar  id  up-to*.. .le.
Rntee $1 (ID ami upward.
Wm. liKVtCHiDGt., Pn'p.
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Coal!^_Coal!    I
Wellington Colliery |
Company, Ltd.
I Wellington Coal   Best household coal on the Pacific  j
t Coast
Comox Coal—Best steam coal on the Pacific Coast  *
Alexandria Coal—First-class gas, steam and house-  J
hold coal
The above coals are mined only by the Wellington Colliery Company.    Wharves at Ladysinith,
;; Oyster Harbour, and Union Bay Bayues Sound.
;i Head Office Victoria, B. C
8an   Francit-tco Agency,
R. Dunsmuir's Sons Co'y
340 Steuart St. ...
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THI   i RAN    HOTEL
K 1;!. r.A_I . l.i').'mUh
Board h) Hiuv... k or ni ■;   i at rcftf ui
'bleniUB.   Tno l-'HtUiitf bill in ihe ci-)'
mfi riii 1'hn nix beer.
FRANK BAIW, Prop.
1 AM PREPARED TO PURCHASE
IMPROVED
REM ESTATE IN LADYSMITH
J. STEWART, ' . - :
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.      Money to Loan.   Notary Public
I P.O. Box 268.
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HOTEL DOMINION
— Il.li. (i|__. ai.it tl.ii.—
Fuel mi" all -teallihout latrdr ir. und
r.iU.v.dr,.,,....   Electric ear-eve y rive
ni'iiii.c.-t t.t_il [uit. ol  the oil).   Bur
i Mlilr utt-vcell.tl.
F. BAYNE-, Propr.;.' r,
ABBOTT ST.,   VANCOUVER, B.C.
HOTEL
LADYSMifH
HATES—$1.00-    per    day.     Finest
Wines, Liquors antl Cigars.
First Avenue, Lailysmith, B, C.
D. C. WHITE,   Prop.
KING'S HOTEL
Fourth Avenue.
Board by the day, week, or month
at right prices.   Bar well supplied.
JOSEPH AND TASSIN.
THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd
PUI.CHASI3RS AND SMELTERS Ol- COPPER, OOLI) AND
SILVER ORES.
Smelting Works at
LADYSMITH, B. C.
Convenient to E. & N. Ry or the Sea
f GLEf -NRIViNGSTON,
■      THOS, KIDDIE.      i
M Smelter Manager, $
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Ranis ti oj eRR day
SAMPLK 1IOOJ1S
nan surpiiKD with ngsr
WINKS, UQUORS.CIOARS
>v,iN,.,_, MUOORS,CIG,
ABBOTSFORD HOTEL
He. >,accomodation in town.   8plendid hunting nnd Ashing In neir vicinity.
A J. McMUR-RIE, Proprietor LADYSMITH, B. C.
EUROPE HOTEL
J. GIACHERO, Prop.
Newly    furnished,    everything   thc
host, finely stocked bar.      Transient
rate, (1.00 per day.    Moul.ly   rate,
$28.00.
First Avenue . . . Ladysmith, H. 0,
THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE
WITH WHICH IS AMALGAMATED
The Bank of British Columbia
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.
Capitol Paid Up .8,700,000
Rest 8,1100,000
Ag.rgnla re.otir.e_ exceeding..... 88,000.000
IIon. (Jim. A. Sox, IVe. iileui. 11, E. Wai.kkii, General Manager.
London Office, 60 Lombard St., B.C.
The Rank line inn Branches well distributed llirouglimit Ihe Dominion and
elnewliere, includiiiii tho following In British Columbia and the Yukon Territory:
ATLIN HHr-r-NWOOD NANAIMO VANCOUVER '
ORANIIROOK    KAMLOOPS NELSON VIUIOKIA
DAWSON LADYSMITH N. WKSTMINTKR     WHITE  HORSE
Branches in the United Stales
NEW YORK     SAN FRANCISCO     PORTLAND     SEATTLE    SKAGWAY
Every dC-crlpllnn of banking business transuded.   Letters ul credit on any
part ol tlie world.
Savings Bank Dipartmeni,
Deposits of one dollar (,'1.00) and upwards received and Interest paid at
current rales. Dnpoflitors arc sub subjected to no delay In depositing or
withdrawing funds.
LADYSMITH BRANCH        -       - QEO. WILLIAMS, Manager.
ISLAND   HOME  HOTEL
BATES A KNIGHT, Proprietors.
First Avenue, - Lad} smith
11. »t m,.eli-d liar iu Lailysniilli. Finest aceommodalinn for transient pueslsaa
tv«:i as for regular boarders. Completely refitted and furnished, Dining room
mid lion, .keeping in charge nf Mrs. Tate.
F. McB. YOUNG,
BARRISTER and
SOLICITOR	
Nanaimo        . .       3^
The City Market
R. William son, Prop.,
1st Ave,     Ladysmith
NOTICE.
Persons lound using our Patent
Bottle or Stoppers alter this notice,
will be prosecuted.
I RUMMINO BROS.
Pioneer Soda Water Works.
I Ladysmith, B.C.
Patronize home Industry and smoke
the Empire Cigar.
Or- W, J. Qiilan,
DENTIST
Slovens Block, LadysmlHi, fl. C.
Dentistry In all ils bran.he_j every new
»ppil_n"e.
M. .R SIMPSON
Solicitor, Etc.
Money ft loan
1st Avenue _, ■ •   -    UDYSMITh
W. Sll    '(
GENERAL £Xt_.J_S8 AND
PELIVERY
WORK PROMPTLY tv>■■"
Leave orders at tho Abbot-ford.
PAINTINO,  PAPER (HANGING,
ETC.
Work done properly and at right
.prims. Shop and residence in rear
of Ladysmith Hotel.
J. E. SMITH, Prop,. UJ-Yt.|_l«rB| tEKGER
CHANCES OF
SHOES FOR HORSES.
,   We   have    heard it said so r
BALTIC FLEET-1'""*Urat u'ore is ausolutcly
disease is wholly due to "tlie pace
that kills" followed by those afflicted with it.
The 1,700-mile voyage of the Russian Baltic fleet now on its way   to j.ury
rescue tlie army entrenched at Port .navicular
Arthur, is,r according to Captain Arthur    Baliet, formerly in tllc army
transport service of Russia, one of
the greatest, if hot the greatest naval feat ever attempted.   He statcs
tlint if thc maneuver |is successful and
the.flcet arrives in front of Port.Arthur before that city falls, the    supremacy of thc' Russians in Asiatic
waters will he assured and the late
of Mauchuria antl Korea will-be practically determined.  This is the critical period of the war, Capt. Ballet
ny
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.doubt' of its lrut|i, that more   good'        BEHIND   THE TIMES
horses have been spoiled hy bad shoe-  "Behind tbe times," expresses pat
ing than 'any other single cause of in-' MV sorry case. This last year's hat
Just glance at the long list- ', AJ,ld sl|ahlry coat tlie fact betray
diseases, humilities, founder, contracted hoofs, thrush, cracks
over reaching, tripping—all caused
and aggravated by improper shoeing,
saya a writer in the Northwestern
Agriculturist.
Farmers should study their horses'
feet, examine the.hoofs, and become
acquainted wilh the sort of shoe flint
[each animal demands. There is.a diversity ol "Opinion as to the manner
in which a shoe should be placed on
the horse's hoof. Some think that
[the frog should he placed on a level
with the surlace of thc shoe. There
are good' things to be said in lavor
Capt. band ot cither method, hut however they
says, and the lives of thousands of may differ on these two methods,
men and the quick ending ol the con- tllere arc certain salient points that
Ilict depend upon the celerity     will,! co"ftit"t?s1, firol,er hMscslloci''E; «ml
I with which every farmer and horse-
which the squadron covers the inter- mall|     and   evny man who (|rivcs
hc-|should become a'Vluainted
veiling miles between il and the
leaguercd fortress
Capt. Baliet arrived a few days
ago on the Sound and made this
statement regarding, the situation.. It
is made, he says, after g careful
study of the situation antl a knowledge of present conditions in the war
zone:
"in the Baltic fleet are seven battleships, five cruisers, thirty torpedo
boats    and     twelve colliers, supply
boats     and    transports. 'I here are
about a dozen auxilliary vessels i-ar^
rying supplies,  a hospital and coarl,
antl last, hut not least, thc repair
ship    Kamchatkg,  whicli is nothing
less than a Hunting machine    simp.
The licet is manned by nearly   nine
thousand sailors antl over 800 officers
This immense force is obliged to proceed 111,800 miles depending entirely
upon itsclt, for there is not a single
port that it can find refuge in on its
voyage.  Heretofore it has »icver been
thought that such a voyage could be
made by such a fleet in time of war,
and naval men are watching' the  experiment in wonder.   The lact thai
colliers arc supposed to be stationed
at sea along the route awaiting   the
fleet |of'course simplilics matters, but
the fleet can put into no harbor    lo
coal.
"II is figured by Admiral Wireuius
Hie ctiiiiiuandcr ol the tied iu front.
of Port Arthur, that tlic Baltic fleet
will not reach him lielore March ,1st.
II, cannot proceed faster Hum llie
slowest ships in the convoy, which
arc, of course, the colliers and supply ships. Tlie licet must, for safety, keep together and any accident to
n '..ingle vessel will delay the entire
licet. Accidents to any colliers now
awaiting tlic squadron will seriously
embarrass flic Russians and cause
further delays.
"The (Jnestlon is whether Port Arthur can hold out until the vessels
arrive and tackle Admiral Togo's rival forces, ami that is a question
that no man can solve. II it tines I
believe the war is practically ended
and in favor of Russia. If it docs
not the conflict may drag on lor a
year or so longer. When those two
fleets come together, however, it tlioy
ever do; it will provo to be tlie
greatest naval battle thc world has
ever seen, and officers of the navies,
throughout the world realize the
fact.
",l think that It Is sale to say. that
all of the coaling on tho Baltic licet
will have to he done at sea, as international law will prevent tlie ships
putting into any neutral port to coal,
oven from her own collier?. This is
going to lie a difficult problem to
lace, although not an unsurmountarlilo
barrier to the coaling of the vessels."
Capt. Ballet has been at sea lor
the best part of thirty years. lie is
an Englishman by birth, hut.is well
known on the Atlantic American
coast, as once the commander ol
some nf the largest Atlantic freight
liners. Ho was iu tlic Russian transport service, lie stales, for three
years, bul resigned his post a short
time before the breaking out ol thc
war.
It has been lound that ti heavy shoe
' whicli keeps thc frog .from the ground
will wear out as soon as a light one
that allows the frog to touch .   thc
surface; that the heavier shoo is much
more likely to come off and be lost,
and that it greatly increases the labor of the horse in travelling.   Light
nails should always be used.    They
will     hold    the shoe as long as it
ought to remain, and will not injure
the hoof as much: as heavy ones.   As
the shoe protects that part of    the
hoof which it covers, while the  remainder is constantly wearing away
it becomes necessary to remove it oc-
casionniHy, and by parinlg oil the moro
rapidly    growing portions to bring
tlic different parts into thcir proper
relative positions.   Some horses need
more fro.i-icnt shoeing than others,
but lhc average is once in every four
or five weeks, where the animal   is
continually on the road.   Of course,
where tlie horse is not worked   constantly it is not necessary  lo have
him shod so often as this,    '.either
the frog nor the sole should be   removed,     and the wall uf the hoot
should he cut away only enough   to
take off its -urphus growth. The rasp
should never he used on the wall of
the loot, either for making a groove
in which lo sink the nail clinches, or
for lire purpose of improving     the
looks. -   'flic nails must not be loo
.tightly driven, and in removing    an
old shoe, care is needed to prevent
injury to thc loot.
ln recent years patented and specially devised shoes for horses with
feci of peculiar forms, have come up
ou the market, aud many of these
arc gootl. In this way horses that
have suffered with fool diseases,
whicli were aggravated by tbe ordinary shoe, were given relief by these
slioes of special patterns.
■O
For father frowns, and well he may
My pocketboak is lean and flat.
This hustling age I can't combat;
Its Heeling fames, its fortunes fat
Evade Imy,grasp. I'm doomed to stay
Behind the times.
But there's a game of tit-for-tat;
I'm up to date, at.least in that.v.
The world may run its whirling way
For all o' mc, since -yesterday
I kissed her while her father sat
Behind the Times.
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An attc: jit is to be made by the
British war department to raise a
second battalion of Irish guards. It
is expected lo he successful, as the
first battalion now has several companies in excess of the establishment.
A motor car speeding on a road
near Huntington, England, turned a
complete somersault, landing upon
its wheels, which were smashed. Thc
driver received fatal injuries.
BSQUinALT&NANAinO1!
RAILWAY CO.
PITHER & LEISER
Importers and wholesale dealers in WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS,
ETC, Large stock always—All the leading brands. We supply tbe
principal  hotels and Saloons in    Ladysmith.
ORDE RS SOLICITED.
PITHER & LEISER, VICTORIA, B. C.
Daily, except Sunday, between Nanaimo and Vancouver, leaving Nanaimo at 7 a.m., and Vancouver after
arrival oi C.P.R. train No. 1 or 1
p.m.
For information regarding freight
and passenger rates apply to purser
on board.
GEORGE I. COURTNEY,
Traffic Manager, Victoria, B. C.
km Health
THE U6E OF ROYAL BAKING
POWDER IS ESSENTIAL TO
THE HEALTHFULNESS OF
THE FAMILY FOOD.
Yeast ferments the food.
Alum baking powders are Injurious.
ROYAL     BAKING    POWDER
.    SAVES   HEALTH.
Royal Baking Powder Co., New
York,
RAILWAY SYSTEfi
SOLID THROUGH CARS
urwuN
Chicago,   Buffalo
NSW YOBK, PHILADELPHIA
"Via Niagara Falli.'
If "no to BOSTON tit the l_apertant
bnilieu centre- ot
CANADA and NBW HNGLAND
For time tables, .to., Ud.vn -
GEO. W. VA ____,
Asst. Gon. Pus. * Ticket A(t., II.
Adams Street, Chicago.
SPOKANE FALLS AND
NORTHERN RAILWAY GO.
I Union Brewing Co.
NANAIMO, B. C.
rlanufuctur.rs of tfie___-_a_B
BEST BEER
^i In British Columbia
Lager Beer [and. Porter Guaranteed Brewed
from the Best CanadiaiTMalt ran Hops.
SEE
Harry Kay
lor artistic Painting and I'npcihang-
ing. Picture Framing.
FIRST AVENUE, Lailysmith.
LIKE SHORTENERS.
Rev. .John Reitl, of Tacoma, has
for several years been studying in a
statistical manner the principal diseases alllcting humanity anil their
decrease in fatality. He has recently
compiled figures showing that in-tbc
past ten years diseases have decreased in fatality as follows: Consumption, 54.tlQ per cent.; bronchitis, 2(1.1;
cholera, infantum, 31.1); debility and
atrophy, 13.1, diphtheria, __.7| croup,
17.8; malarial fever, 10.1; diarrhoea,
11.
Opposed to these, however; he finds
that the death rate from murder, alcoholism, suicide and violent deaths
through machinery and other methods connected with modern civili.a-
tinn increases at a more rapid rate
than the other decreases. One of the
slriingciil questions connected with
Ills research Is the increase of criminality. Notwithstanding the obvious
increase ol enlightenment, he says,
and education among tho masses ol
the civilized races, there is anolnjilo
anil continuous increase of crime per
1,(11111. Alcoholism, he declares, is
constantly growing more widespread.
Rev. Mr. Rcid has also made an exhaustive study ol Bright.) disease,
which he terms -the rich man's plague."   His deductions are that'   tbo
TEN DOLLARS REWARD.
The Union Brewing Company will pay 0 rew .rd for Information
which will lead to the arrest and conviction any person or period
destroying Union Brewing Company'- kegs or bottles, or tailing to return the same.
Miners1 Drilling Machines,
Matle;to order and Repaired at short notie..    Drills sharpened by nl
»lwayegives satisfaction.   Picks handled and repaired.
Shipsmithing in all its Branches.
Horseshoers'and General Blacksmiths.
David Murray
Buller Street -   -   -   - l_.adysm.ith, b. C
VICTORIA.B.CJ
$     IF YOU DON'T KNOW US    $
We would like to knowyou.  Our Specialty is
HOME FURNISHING I
andwei do it well-been over 40 years at it-and have,
L built up a business which today has no equal in West-
* ern Canada. Our
FALL STOCKS
w.re never so complete as now, and yet every day sees
j;j sjmethitig new.   iVe have issued our illustrated cata
o.ue. a handsome book of 230 pages on Heme Furnishings, brightened with over 1500 illustrations.
WE WOULD LIKE YOU TO HAVE ONE
It is worthy i f a plisa in your home and would p ny
t o keep handy for reft ence
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER   CARLOAD     OP pniur
BEEF CATTLE DIRECT FROM THE CHILCOTEN RANGES     mvl
US A CALL AND DE CONVINCED   THAT THEY CANNOT BE RPA
TEN ANYWHERE. wuihui  BE BEA-
PANNELL & PLASKETT
ladyshith, b;
_>TEVENS;iB_.OCI-,
OATACRE STREET,
|* LADYSMITH TRANSFER CO. x
PIANOS, ORGANS AND HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE MOVED
PROMPTLY AND SAFELY
. tables irr r.nt;_f I.u.lysrnitli Hotel.   T.eavc orden at the Abbott-ford.
WILLIAMS AND WASKETT j
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I Delivered in Any Part of [/i Cityf
Every Afternoon
HAY, 0AT5, MILL FEED5
Shipments Direct Prom Victoria, Vancouver or the Fraser River.
Write us for Quotations.
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co., Ld.
LIVERY, BOARDING AND
SALES STABLES
DAVID JOHNSON,
I   PHONE 66 LADYSMITH, B. C.
*■    &V-VV.-.V.VA%V.%».--V.VA^
VV. Mv__ik, Secretary. ■ , ■     .„ ,, "
_ ,   , "°">i w. Comiits, Manager
Telephone 4(1.
The  Ladysmith Lumber Co Ltd
MILLS  AT FIDDICK  AND LADY SMITII-Shlngta, a Specialty.
—Mannfaotmeri   ol—
Rou, h and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,
Shingles, Mouldings, Etc, ofthe Best Quality
Soaion-d anil  Kiln Dried   Flooring and F hlng Lumber slwaya in Slock
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| KYNOCK& VULCANSHELLS j
Are the BEST.   We have them. I
j  BHO WIVING AUTOMATIC SHOT GON       |
Is a  PEACH.     We  have it.
[  SAVAGE  &  WINCHESTER   RIFLES
EVERYBODY knows them. We have them
PRICES ARE
I    RIOHT
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E. ROLSTON
Ladysmith   «
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Daily Ledger!
50 Cents per  Month I
AT LAST
We are among you and shall be
pleased to see all our friends at our
new store on First Avenue.
H.&W.
MEAT   MARKET LADYSMITH   DAILY   LEDGER
FURN_TURE=J. H. Good & Company-FURNITURE
FOR SALE.
A LARGE RAFT   16 x30 built    on
large cedar logs at a bargain. Very
auitable lor a boat house.    Apply
The Ladysmith Lumber   Co.
BEST BATH ROOMS IN THE
CITY-Ladysmith Shaving Parlors,
High Street.
_r£»;l;»r*»?K»*»r.;»*»;Ke;K«;l;»;_
MARINE   !
The First Avenue Iiarlier Shop is
doing a good business. Everybody
well treated.
Ask lor it once and you will afterwards smoke tlie Empire.
FOR SALE-Ohcap-A
Organ.
•
X
MUSH
v.«$»H.»;Ke;Ke;K»r.;»;i.e;.r6       .«
The Selkirk is in port with     ore
from Texada for the smelter.
*    *    »
Tug Albion towed out the Alcxan
tier last night with coal for Ctrinox.
Steamer Santa Ana arrived thin
morning from Seattle to load sack
coal lor Alaska.
Collier Wellington has arrived from
San. Frahc'isoo after a fast trip ol 73
hours Irom that port. The captain
reports that on the last trip Irom
here to California the Wellington ex-
lliio   Parlor ' pcrienccd  very  severe wraUicr,     bul
Apply to Mrs. II. Pollard | tlie present trip up the const was un
or at Thc Ledger Ollice.
FOR SALE-Drop head larnily
SINGER SEWING MACHINE,
Cheap. Apply to P. Dunne, Tailor
First Avenue.
A lady wishes to sell some handsome ready made clothes, rnbbons anil
neckwear, etc.   Call at Queens hotel.
UtU HEM.
F. Weinroho this morning sold his
St. Bernard dog for $25 to a parrsen-
ger on thc Santa Ana who is going
into the Yukon.
Look in Forcimmcr's window and
see the $1.00 pipes sold at 25 cents.
Provincial Constable Cassidy re-
turned from Cliairiaiiius this morning
where yesterday he went as prize
crew aboard A. R. Johnson's scow,
which had been held hy the Indians,
at Chciniuniis liny for ransom. Mr.
Cass'iily rescued the scow, .lad her
returned to Clieniainus and has deposited $10 for the reimincraticn of
tlie Indians lor salvage. Had the Indians been content with the llrst tiller made Ihey would have had lite
dollars    ore to their credit.
Fresh Kippers and Bloaters, l(k'.
per pound nl W. T. Hcddie & Co.'s.
Ralph Smith, M.P., Win. Sloan,
M.P. and W. W. II. Midlines, M.P.|P.,
werc aboard the train thru morning
bound for Victoria, where tlicy arc
tine tonight at tire hanqucst to Hon.
Wm. Teinpleiiinii. Mrs. Smith accompanied, her husband:
Fletcher Bros, will open up in the
building adjoining Mr. T. W. Flelcll
cr's store on First avenue within a
few days with a full stock of Pianos,
organs and musical goods in general,
including a full l'ne of latest sheet
music and, songs, They will make n
farther announcement to the public
regarding their biisinesM in Ladysmit!
soon. It. will be their aim to accomodate the lovers of music in any
way possible antl will risk for and
expect to receive a fair (Share ot bus .
Iness in this line.
Picture Post Card of Ladysiivith,
just in, at Knight's.
First shipment o! Japan Oranges
at W. T. Iloldle & Co.'s.
cv-.rt.ul.
* *    *
Tlio cable ship Burnside, which
struck on Ripple rock,,Seymour Narrows', -over a week ago, has a hole -
feet long beneath No. 3 walertigjit
compartment aft, ond also has bad
lifty-onc feet of her keel ripped ofl\
She has gone into drydock'at Quar-
ternia-ters harbor.
Snow has fallen in some ports til
the north, and the weather at Skagway is cold. Sta|i|_s are oppratling
between White Horse and Dawson,
but there are points along the rivets
and lakes where the boat has still to
be used, as the water has not frozen.
* ■*    *
Last evening the steamer City of
Seattle arrived in Enyjaimnlt harbor
and today went on Bullen's ways lor
repairs to the damages which she
sii_rtajinicd sonse days ago on her trip
in Alaskan waters at iEagle river.
The work of repairing the City of
Seattle is1 to occupy twehe'r, days,
when she will resume her place on
the northern run from the Sound to
Alaska. The damage suffered by Ibis
vessel is' quite extensive, and a
thorough job ls to be made of tire
work.
• *    *
The dredge King Edward has finished her work on the channel opposite the Brunette Mills, Wcstminstor,
where she has hcen employed cleaning
mt the sediment which threatened
to block the approach lo the wharves
ol the mill, and returned to 'the government wharf. It is uiulertrtoorl thai
the next work on hand will be fir"
dredging of the Aiinievillc bar, which
lor some years has been regarded r.s
u serious inenancc to navigation on'
the river.
• *   •
Capt. Hackett, of Il'.CI.S. Quadra,
hns written to thc agent of the marine and fisheries department in Victoria from Port Simpson. The letter bears last Sunday's date, on
which day the ship was at Port
Simp.'.)!!,, having delivered supplies
to nil the lighthouses up to that
iioint.. At Egg Island the Quadra
was four days in delivering the supplies for that station, because of the
stormy weather whicli had been disagreeable throughput the voyage.
While on the Slieena the steamer will
land the material for the new Birnic
Island station, and will not return
to Victoria for several days yet.
ll.B.ll. and case Pipes at Knight's.
Headquarters lur Xmas cards and
calendar at (ICnight's. .
AT THE ABBOTSFORD.
T. Burnside, Vancouver.
W. 'IX Lee, Tcxadii.
Miss C. J. Paul.
Capt. II. Bainlaiise.
Forcimincr's is lhc place to buy a
line pipe lor a Christmas present.
The well known firm of Weiler
Bros. Victoria, have just issued a
very complete catalogue of the many
wares thiy l_t.ro to dispose ol iu the
various departments of complete
bouse furnishing- Thc catalogue is
profusely illustrated and quite equal
lo those issued hy the big houses in
the cast.
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Fresh Lettuce, Maple Leal Lobster
Magnolia Shrimps nnd Du.kec's Salad Dressing/ at W. B. Hcddlc & Co,
_n.._:;_s->__:;t.
I HALF MCE
Games,
.Knight's
toy hooks and Annuals   at
Free
Gifts
in
Silv.nvrr
IT PAYS TO I1UV AT WBINROBB'S
Coupons
Given With
Every
Pti'clinse
Big
Sale Of
SAMPLE BLOUSES
m 300
aniplo BLOUSES— No I wo alike, just arrived from leading iiuin-
[irfactoiries..   We are giving
25 per cent
discount on factory prices,
are sold.
Conic and have yonr choice before they
THE BALTIC FLEET.
Island nl Perini, Strait ol Babcl-
manrlcb, Dec. 2.—Four Russian warships passed Perini at 2 o'clock this
morning going southward.
Tangier, Morocco, Dec. 2.—The Russian auxiliary cruiser Rioh, formerly
the Smolensk, and two torpedo boat
destroyers have arrived here and arc
coaling.
 o———
Patronize home Industry and smoke
Empire Cigar.
25 Lad'es'Cloll. Coats,
all New Stock. Amvc-d
too late fo_' rego.? s. sate.
In tweeds, Plain C.of ii,
Golf, ew. Newe.!..
styles at exactly half
pike. We ivi-l-iot early them ove.'. Now is
your cbauce to get a
$15 Com for $7.50, a
$10 Coat for $5.00
Drysdale,   Stew i
en son Co., Ltd.
Our new Stock has Just Arrived in
GENTS FURNISHINGS,  GENTS
TIES*   HATS.
W. G. &R. SHIRTS:AND COLLARS
MENS'AND BOYS TWEED AND SERGE SUITS
AND PANT S.   BOYS' SHORT PANTS.
-   RAINCOATS
GUM BOOTS AND RUBBERS
if
NEW CURRANTS
RAISONS
PEELS
AH Kinds of Nuts    Boa Bona Initio rted Direct
-f-Voui the Maliers.
Fresh Family Groceries
Everything New and Fresh for Xmas.
Revival services in ihe opera house
aeh evening except Saturday at 8
i'cIqcI-.
SIMON LEISER & CO.
LIMITED
Call at Hoy's l-._l.eiy for apple*,
lemon1, pear* and mincemeat pies;
cookies of all kinds at all prices.
Doughnuts 10c per dozen.
GAT ACHE ST.
■an
LADYSMITH
If foil waul, n genuiire 11.II.II. pipe
go to Fo.ritiimrr's nnd ir'cf one at;
It ss than half price.
li.JT-S.Yll.r_-_
.-S_r_i?rrss:viS!_< _s„_.«2___.
FRESH IM
at 2 pounds for 55c.
Prime Gov't Creamery Butter=14
28-56 lbs., on hand.
Morrison's, Ladysmith, I.. C.
to
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to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to.
to
to
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...AT-
50C ON THE
Wc have secured a large Bankrupt Stor
WATCHES, CLOCKS, RINGS, Jl VVKLRY, Etc,
and we will offer all of this stock for sale this
montlf at prices that never were heard of before. All intended purchasers of Xmas presents will do well to cull and make selections.
ANY GOODS CAN BE PUT ASIDE UN 111. WANTED.
ICE ASSORTMENT
Of Shirts  Just to Hand.   All
Sizes.
Also Nice Line of Ties.
BLM1R &ADHM
CARLISLE    BLOCK
(_-_*.*_-__
INOTICE.
B. Forcimmei'
WATCHMAKER, JEWELER, OPTICIAN
to FIRST AVI:., XXX LADYSMI.Ii;
:%S5..*e:-V-.&£-{.&£S_.S £§;?_.&;&££§:§.§;#
Hi
NEW FRUITS
Our stock of NEW SEASON'S FRUITS is now complete
See our Windows.    NOTE QUALITY.   NOTE PRICES.
<.'lea.net; Vostiz/a Currants,  I2jc lb.
t'leailt'il Currants,  good  quality  lllc.
Seed Raisins, Hill/.. pkgs.,  12Jc |lkg,
Finest Seedless Sultanas, 15c lit. '
Three-Crown  l.iinilirii  Layer Raisins,
15c lb.
fi-llr  boxes Cluster Raisins, Illle. box.
California Pigs, III, liloelrs, iI2Sc.
English Mixed Peel, ill; boxes, 25c.
Lemon Peel, 2(ic per lb.
Orange Peel, 20 cents per pound.
Ci I foil Heel, 26c per lb.
ALSO-  New  Walnuts,
iniinils.
Almonds FHIicrls,     Brazil anil Shelled     Al-
W. T. MEDDLE & CO.
PARTICULAR  GROCERS
Telephone i
_? ree Press Block W liiimi-' Block
Nanuimo Lndysmith
' i*. llr.il nl lire nevt silling
■_■ Giuinii r liouers for Soitlli
ue'ii-ld nir liieCoult House
i. i,.i Tin sil'ty, December
,i) n'clnc ; e.ui, v.c Intend
n ;, .is.*"-.- oi' the retail
_e g.'-iitcd to George Tay-
tl, <>■■ the "Wheutulienf
i,.' I li.... iot lo James Yules
."!. T .YJ..01'..
. r\. BO WATER.
.•.dlllini«l,.ll_'vs eslr'lc of
Ceo. Taylor, itecci'sed.
NOTICE is hereby given tllat a dark
hay mare, also aftiekcr spaniel, aril
imiiouiidcd in the city pound and thai)
the same    will be oUcrcil at public
auction by me on, Tuesday, 6th December, 1'JIM, at 12 o'clock noon.
J. McLEAN,
Pound Keeper
Lailysmith, Nov. Both, mot.
NOTICE.
An Act Respecting Liquor   JccnstH,
1000.
Notice is hereby   given that   the
(allowing applications will l,c hcartl
Depict, B.C., Nov. io ,)V  Ul3   LkemB Commissioners .(or'
South  Nanaimo Licensing    District)'
on Thursday, December 15, HOI,   at
a hearing court to bo hclil   at the
.court    house,    Ladysmith,   tit    10
Come to tlic meetings iu the opera o'clock, a.m.
house.   Live songs and solos. ALL For Renewal.
MEETINGS FREE. I   Hcn'5' Rcife1'  Hotcl Moullt viowi
■ Newcastle Townsite.
 o  j   L. J. Preaux, Talbot Hotel, Comox Road.
The Empire is a liand-matlc cigar,
made in Ludysmith.
■ • - - " 1   Annie McDonald, Cranberry  Hotel,
Normal trained teacher  Cranberry District.
John Hi McMillan, Tunnel   Hotel,
i Extension.
WANTED
lor Ladysnritb public school. Duties commencing with the New
j ear. Salary $50 per month. Apply  lo
0, II. HUMMING.
Secretary Board nl School Trustees.
FOR TRANSFER.
Jnnies Yates,   Whcatshral    Hotel,
Cedar District.   *
CEO. CASSIDY	
Chief License Inspector.
Go to Forcimmor's nnd ask him to.
show you his lino lot ot pipes.
SNAKES.
Great alarm was caused in tlic upper house ol parliament by tlie discovery ol a ucst of cobras, says a
Lisbon despatch.   They were disturb-
Kettlcs marie of paper—a Jap_n._-
iiiveiilioit used in tbe Japanese rartny
—are nl'ioiit to be supplied to the
(iorinnii army.   Ilyrptiuring water ov>
er    Ihrin they can hang  jver afire . C'<1 »y a secretary, who was removing
without burning for a length ol time  s°mc hooks, and scurried away in all
direct/ions.    Tbe secretary  llrtl  from
I the room, and excitedly shouted to
al   tlic attendants for help.
It was some time before a   man
could lie. found bold cnoitfrrh to enter
__„ the place.   Finally af' r     mc armed
| himself with a club, r. it,    rtutioiisly
opening the door, sic     '   uside. He
nnuiiiriiTii    _nPro dispatched lour of the c r  es, which
ORNAMENTAL   TREEb had made themselves c    : .table   in
,,,,,,._, ,.,.„ hin   i.i ,„.,i,n    'various     parts ol the room, and a
, ,'   m       ,, Mi        ,An   ai mi '•"","1 soare" WW l» 'Ifeovermoro.
1 • nl,'M'   1NI)   Owing to the ..inanfity of lr.,»ks    and
papors lying about, tbe staff arc not
very confident that all werc caught,
I4FMDV'*. i.RPPNHOII'.F aml are ln »»*»__ bordering on ter-
8010 Westminster Road, Vancouver,   ol tho venomous reptiles. *
stillliient lo boil water.
A  few dozen New Laid Eggs
W. T. Ileildle,.. Co.'ti.
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FRUIT, SHADE. AND
SEEDS,  HE].!. I NO-OUT
GR'eENHOUSE PLANTS. TO THE PEOPLE Of
In    this    space   Tn-e   intend   keeping before the public the lact that we
sell    good   goods   at   right1 prices.   Wc  have one of the
Largest Stocks In All Canada
__.r_<t    cordially    invite   correspondence.     Orders by mail promptly   at-
tended    to.       Conic   in   and   see us  when  you    visit Victoria.       We
guarantee    all    goods   as   represented.
<Z__: t-i 3=t ______ L-ONER Sfc 7VUTC HE ________
47    and   49   GOVERNMENT    ST., VICTORIA B. C.
[squimalt    &   Nanaimo   Railway
Tim* Table No. 63.
Ni
TAKING EFFECT WEDNESDAY, OCT. 5TH.
trthbound Southbound Nort,,bountl Sal.Sun Sout!ib-d
l_.e__.Te
"Victoria.
___» !__-_.-wni{£&__
Duncans
I_.».-ly_s__).it___
Nanaimo
Daily
A.M.
    »:00
Lake    10:20
 11.00
    ..11:S7
._-.        12:40
5:10
5:00
4:00
3:15
Wellington.
Arrive     Leave       and Wed     Arrive
P. M. P. M.    P. M.
12:06 Victoria   3:00    7:00
10:46 Shawnigan Lake 4:20
10:02 Duncans  5:00
9:10 Ladysmith ....  5.52
8:20 Nanainio   6:42
     ...   12:53    Lv 8:00 Ar Wellington ...6:55 de 3:00
THROUGH TICKETS TO CROFTON.
"Via.   W«_-*l-olm,   Stage leaves daily except Sundays, connecting with North
___nd    South   hound   trains.  Double stage service Wednesdays and Saturdays,
coanecting   witli   morning and  afternoon trains.     Fare from Victoria, Sin
gle   *2.4e.   Return $3.60. «-  -
THROUGH   TICKETS   VICTORIA TO ALBERNI.
Sltace   leaves  Nuaimo Tuesdays and Fridays on arrival ol train   Irom
V___k>ria.    rare   iron-   Victoria,   Single*.-.20, Return $8.65.
■zeetsioa   rataa   ia  eftect to all points good going Saturday and Sun-
•__-__ yr,   _-«>-_.-trains* aot later fthaa Monday Geo.  L.  Courtenay, Trallie Manager.
***-*-**********-**************
~    Coal!
Wellington Colliery
Company, Ltd.
 . ♦
♦ Wellington  Coal    Best household coal on the Pacific  ♦
♦ Coast I
_£ Comox   Coal—Best   steam  coal on  the Pacific Coast  \
£ Alexandria Coal—First-class gas, steam and house-
•-                       Hold coal
£ The   above   coals   are   mined only by the Wel-
T lington Colliery Company.      Wharves at Ladystnith,
^ Oyster Harbour, and Union Bay  Baylies Sound.
f   Head Office Victoria, B. C
-fc San.    Franelsco Agency,
|   r^:.     -CD-Lirisrxiviir's Sons Co'y
t 340 Steuart St.
♦ -*■♦-»■**--»-'»-*>*~*-*"*~4*-*****4*******4*************************X
WANTED
A Two>roomed Cabin for
Aged Couple
J. STEWART, . y;
Fire,     I_ife    . n.l    Accident   Insurance. Money to Loan.   Notary Public.
* P.O.  Box 268.
<_»^.<_r^<_r^i-twwww^_KV_K*.*_t^ -_•-.•-.«
THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.     |
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%   CLERMONT   LIVINGSTON,
^ General Manager.
PURCHASERS   AND SMELTERS OP COPPER, GOLD AND
SILVER ORES.
Smelting Works at
LADYSMITH, B. C.
Convenient to E. & N. Ry. or the Sea
THOS. KIDDIE.
Smelter Manager.
!.»*•-_=-*_ fe _-.-__ »>-_._K-_. _H'<_r->!-«r»!   _*__-_**_*..__M__»..-_l.'<_*4rV-.'-_*'^'-rc-.
LATHS I2.00 PER DAY
SAM1I.K  ROOMS
iiar suppued with nits r
WINKS, LIQUORS, CIOAKB
ABBOTSFORD HOTEL
Best accomodation in town.    Splendid hunting and fishing in near vicinity.
-1%.- J. McMURTRIB, Proprietor LADYSMITH, B. C.
ISLAND    HOME   HOTEL
BATES & KNtUUT, Proprietor..
First Avenue, - Lr.!jsmith
Best supplied bar in I__uly»mlth. Finest accommodation for I■« 1 ■ 1. nlgnealihi
w-*_I aa for regnlur boarders. Completely refitted and fnrnlalu . Inning room
*_._a«l  honBrkeepiiis in charge ol Mr*. Tate.
_R.   iVlcB.   YOUNG,
BARRISTER and
SOLICITOR. . ..
Nanaimo - -        B.C
Dr- W. J. Quinlan,
DENTIST
Stereo. Blood, Ladyimith, B. 0.
Dentistry in all lit branch.,; _»_ry new
»pp ._o.n. UI-YfMlTB lErGER
FINE POINTS
ON SALVAGE
If you want to ask a >sca_ari!i|) /man,
whnt salvage services arc he would
probably tell you they arc services
afforded in imminent.peril .and- danger to ships and-cargoes in distress,
hy which these are extricated and
brought to places.oi-salety...-This.
. definition, however, leaves a wide
margin for disputes. Sahors often
find that lilie courts do not value thc
services rendered uo highly as might
reasonably he expected, and. that thc
reward iaiis very much short . of.
their estimates. On the other hand,
it is n.uile frajjiently thc case that
the owners of the ship--anil- cargo,--
and thc underwriters thereof, are of
the opinion that the sum awarded is
on much too liberal a scale.
Should a ship, wli.rt remote from
land, be disabled from any cause
whatever, it does- not necessarily follow that tlic master of a passing vessel will he eager to deviate from Iks.
course in order lo nr-.su, nis stranger into the nearest port. Thc delay
is lor an indefinite period. '. here is
always     a risk ol collision between
IN   A   SUBMARINE. . .
i There is a thrilling story, says the
Cliicarsr. News ot the ail venture oft tho
French submarine boat while carrying out Tiiafieuvres'recently "in the.',
neighborhood oi Havre. The little
vessel entered the estuary ol tho,
Seine and proceeded some distance
up the river.' Then Un attempt was
made to bring it to tho surface, hut
it failed'to' rise. The fact that.the
specific gravity ol Iresh water was
less than that ot sea water had been
overlooked. For twenty minutes ei-
lorts were made to bring the boat to
the surface, but without avail, and
the position became more serious
when several ol the crew grew faint
owing to,the foulness oi the air.) .
To make matters worse the surlinia-
riiie, instead of rising, showed signs
of settling on the river bed and becoming lined there.-The ollicer in
command ' at length, prcceiving tho
cause oi thc trouble, made lor tho
open sea at lull speed. All thc while
the men who were suffering, behaved
-dmirably. Shortly afterwards they
hnd the satisfaction of noting that
their position was improving, and
ill il tlie _ma. was gradually rising as
tliiy entered denser water, and finally
they reached tho surface. By this
lime the crew werc almost overcome.
With the exception oi three they
iniickly recovered on reaching   Ircsii
A "black lily*' new to science, has
[r_en discovered.*^ Nucv'a Caccrcs, in
're' Philippines..   .. ©
the two ships while they arc i.alien
vring to effect a connection, ai.'l the air.    Thc three in question were  so
weather may compel the ralyrrs   to ill that they had to lie removed to a
abandon    the task after they have   hospital,
spent much time and used every   el-, , a
lort ol which they arc capable. More- METALLIC  FERMENTS,
over, the value of thc salved proper- New-York, Dec. 7.—A Paris des-
ty may turn out to be less ihan the patch to the Herald says that a sen-
expense incuri,. ... ft into national communication was made to
port. I the Academy do Medicine on Dcccni-
All bills ol lading do lot grant [ber 6th by Dr..Albert Robin, whore-
permission to tow aud issist vessels ported the discovery of the lact that
iu distress, and thc shipmaster must certain metals such as gold and sil-
A model coal mine—the first ol its
kind in England—is to be included in
the scientific equipment ol Birmingham   university.
At the old royal stables at Versailles' it is proposed lo hold an exhibition of carriages, harness and
liveries of all dates.
A "Book of Songs (or Motor-Cyclists" is being compiled by the German Motor-Cycle club. Prizes are ol-
fered for thc six best songs submitted.
Provision is being made in the
forthcoming French budget tar the
extinction of pensions conferred by
Napbleitn on his generals and Marshals a century ago. Bcrtliicr, Mas-
sena, Ney, Bernadottc and .others are
historic     figures  ol the Napoleonic
ESQUlnALT & NANAiriO
RAILWAY CO.
Daily, except Sunday, between Nanaimo and Vancouver, leaving Nanaimo at 7 a.m., and Vancouver after
arrival ot C.P.R. train No. 1 or 1
p.m.
For inlormation regarding freight
epoch whose tjescendants have drawn a,1(i P*»_-_K_r rales apply lo purser
pensions  For 10(1 years'ami arc how  on board
to he bought out at 15 years'    purchase. '
GEORGE L. COURTNEY,
Traffic Manager, Victoria, B. C.
consider carefully what effect such a
venture would have upon the insurance policy. When in doubt he will
probably make an offer to tike ol.
the crew Irom the crippled craft and
abandon her to drift as a derelict.
Whine ordinary services end and salvage operations commence is sometimes not easy to determine. '1 he
Admiralty Court is influenced in its
award by several circumstances, such
ns the labor undergone hy Iiic salvors, the skill displayed, ihe value ol
tho property salved, n)ul the property
used in tlie salvage, the 'sks to
which the salvors were -subject, the
duration oi thc scrviscs, andthc danger to which the property on either
side was exposed.   .  . .
Under certain sections of thc flier-
chant Shipping Act, it a decreed
that where tlic services arc rendered
by any person in saving people belonging to any ship or boat thc owners of such vessel, cargo, or wreck
shall pay a reasonable salvago amount in addition to all expenses properly incurred—salvage tor preservation oi life to rank belore all other
claims. II, however, the vessel from
which tlic lives were saved should
founder there is nothing to recover
remuneration from. Moreover, .Inlaw ol life salvage is applicable only
to British ships, or to lorcign vessels under British jurisdiction. The
Board ot Trade have power lo remunerate life salvors where neither
shiu nor cargo can be attached by
reason ol total'loss, and foreign governments are not slow to relieve British shipowners ot expenses incurred
in saving life from their ships.
One ol thc most r.uiarkahle cases
ol lllc salvage on record was that
ca.rled out by Captain II. Murrill
and the officers ami crew ot the Atlantic Transport Lone steamer Missouri. A Danish steamship, the Dan-
marl; broke down on thc .th ol April, I860, when eight hundred miles
from Newfoundland. Next day the
Missouri'took her in tow, but the
Danmark t-oiild no longer keep afloat,
and her passengers and crew, num-
rlierlng more than eight hundred souls,
wore transferred to the British steam
cr. The Missouri had accommodations
lor twenty passengers, so that part
of her cargo was thrown into' the sea
to make room lor the shipwrecked
lieoplo. She then steamed to the. Azores, landed onc hall ol her living
'.might, and proceeded to Philadelphia witli the remainder. Captain Murrill was made much ol on both sides
ol the North Atlantic lor this unprecedented life salvage, and the Danish
government paid all expenses.
vcr, very finely subdivided and.given
in inlinitcssimal doses exercises a
considerable effect on thc vital phenomena. Reduction of tho metals to
the desired state is obtained by thcir
electrical dissolution in water. The
metal so treated acquires the property of developing a lorce similar to
lhat oi a ferment. This peculiarity
of the phenomena has led Dr. Robin
to use the term "Metallic Ferments"
iu reporting nis discovery.
His metallic ferments when employed in cases ol pneumonia in hyperthymic injections produced a decrease
of the malady in-six cases out often
liefore the seventh day. Thirteen uiir-
es were obtained , in fourteen cases
thus lar. The employment ol these
metallic ferments does not constitute
thc complete treatment ol pneumonia,
for complications and tho predominance of certain symptoms necessitate
accessory therapeutics, but great progress would appear to be made by
their use in tlic treatment ol this
frequent and serious malady.
'    THE. BOY'S GUESS.
A Monroe county boy,was disffov-j
crcd by thc owner ol an orchard in
the act nl stealing apples. Thc boy |
happened to sec the owner in time to
make a getaway. "Here, boy," call- j
cd the oy.rrer to the boy, who was
hitting tlie gravel down the pike,
coi.e back.and you can have all the'
applrs you can eat" and all you can '
carry away." Instead oi going back,
however, the boy kept right on go-r
-ng. Meeting another man on the road |
who had heard the owner ol the orchard call, the man asked him why
he e'rl not go back. "Well," said the
boy, "I did think for a minute I
would go back, and then I)lookcd
again ami saw that the fellow had
onc hand behind his back, and it sort
o' flashed through my mind that
mcbhe he wuz a diimcd liar."
PITHER & LEISER
Importers and wholesale dealers in WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS,
ETC. Large stock always—All the leading brands. We supply ths
principal  hotels and Saloons tn    Ladysmith.
ORDE RS SOLICITED.
PITHER & LEISER, VICTORIA, B. C.
HOTEL    LELAND.
(T. J. Wellman, Prop., Vancouver.)
Onc block Irom C.P.R. Depot and
steamboat wharves. Newly renovated and rc-niodollcd. Rates $2 per
•lay. Comer Granville and Hastings
streets. Telephone, 1-4.
THE JONES HOTEL
fine Dollar Per Day.
Oootr Table, Good Bed and Good Bar
(Hall hoick Irom Depot.)
RAILWAY SYSTEH
SOLID THROUGH CARS
BITWIIN
Chicago,   Buffalo
Sf TUIH PHILADELPHI-
"Tit Nitiurs f-OIs."
• io to BOSTON via the lmperttrol
bnslaeii eentres ol
BANADA and NBW INOLAND
For time UHm, »to., ___«_•» -
OTO. W. VATJX,
Asst Oen. Phi. * Ticket Aft., U
Adaai Street, Chicago.
SPOKANE FALLS AND
NORTHERN RAILWAY
CO,
SEE
Harry Kay
lor artistic Painting and Papcrhanr-
ing, Picture Framing.
FIRST AVENUE, Ladysmith.
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICK that at the next sitting
ofthe License Commissioners for South
Niiuaimo, to be held at the Court House
in Lnilvsiiiilli, oil Thursday, December
■ 5, 1904, at 10 o'clock a.m., we intend
to apply for a transfer of thc retail
liquor license granted to George Taylor, tlcceased, for the "Wilt atslle if
Hotel", Cedar District, to James Yate ,
WM. TAYLOR.
C. & N. BO WATER.
Administrators estate of
Geo. Tnylor, deceased.
Hated at Cedar District,
1904.
II. C, Nov. 10
FRUIT, SHADE. AND
ORNAMENTAL TREES
BULBS FOR FALL PLANTING.
GARDEN,    FIELD    and FLOWER
SEEDS,  BEDDING-OUT    AND
GREENHOUSE PLANTS.
HENRY'S GREENHOUSE
3010 Westminster Road, Vancouver.
FARMERS'   MEAT  MARKET
On 1st Avenue
Geo. Roberts
Proprietor
HAY, OATS, MILL FEEDS
Shipments Direct From Victoria, Vancouver or the Fraser River
Write us for Quotations.
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co., Ld.
■«ja_v_i_.w!W»
LIVERY, BOARDING AND
SALES STABLES
DAVID JOHNSON*
PHONE 66 LADYSMITH, B. C.
jfftffM.mMMm
VICTOR I A, B.C.
FOR A
CHRISTMAS GIFT
lor a man, it would he hard to beat a
MORRIS CHAIR
II lie hasn't one lie doesn't kno w what perlect chair-comfort is.
II in one he seeks REST, there it can be FOUND.   We have  them
Irom $10.00-n splendid line in Tapestry, $12.00.
Send lor our large handsomely illustrated catalogue—it's  tree   and
lull ol suggestions;
1 Union Brewing Co.
! NANAIMO, B. C.
nat.uf---tii.ers of the______---^mmm
j     BEST BEER
$ ^'      - In British Columbia
{J ****i ***************
I Lager Beer [and] Porter -JuaranteecTBrewed
j» from the; Best Canadian Malt ran Hops.
i —	
I TEN DOLLARS REWARD.
> The Union Brewing Company will pay   0 rew.rd for information
♦ which will lead to the arrest and conviction     any person or persons
£ destroying Union Brewing Company's kegs or bottles, or tailing to re-
m turn the same.
Miners' Drilling Machines,
Madelto order and Repaired at Bhort notic..    Drills sharpened by up
nlway.eive« satisfaction.    Picks handled and repaired.
Shipsmithing in all ita Branches.
Horseshoers and General Blacksmiths.
David Murray
Buller Street  -   -   -   - Ladysmith, b. C
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER   CARLOAD     OP PRIME
BEEP CATTLE DIRECT FROM THE CHILCOTEN RANGES     GIVE
US A CALL AND BE CONVINCED   THAT THEY CANNOT BE BEATEN ANYWHERE.
PANNELL & PLASKETT
STEVENS BLOCK, J              OATACRE STREET, LADYSIUTH, B
♦^♦•■♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦t ♦.♦><»♦♦♦»+♦+
\x_ LADYSMITH TRANSFER CO. x
PIANOS, ORGANS AND HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE  MOVED
PROMPTLY AND SAFELY
Stable-ill rcarof Lndysmitli Hotel.   Leuve orders at the Abbottsfonl.
WILLIAMS AND WASKETT
******
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W. MnssiK, Secretary.
Telephone 4
Jonx W. Concur., Manager
The  Ladysmith Lumber Co Ltd.
MILLS AT FIDDICK  AND LADY SMITII-Shlngles a Specialty.
—Manufacturer,    of—
Rough and Dressed Fir and Cedar Lumber, Laths,
Shingles, Mouldings, Etc., otthe Best Quality.
Seasoned and Kiln  Drier!   Flooring and Finishing Lumber always in Stock
************************** **************************
! KYNOCK& VULCANSHELLS
Are the BEST.   We have them.
BROWNING AUTOMATIC SHOT GUN
Is a  PEACH.     We  have it.
: SAVAGE  k WINCHESTER   RIFLES
EVERYBODY knows them. We have them
wwraavse^^ J immm.
''    PRICES ARE
:    RldtrT
E. ROLSTON
Ladysmith   ^SK*
§ Delivered in Any Part of in City |
Every Afternoon
  «
— •
The Daily Ledger!
50 Cents per  Month
i
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AT LAST
We are among you and shall be
pleased to see all our friends at our
new store on First Avenue.
H.&W.
MEAT   MARKET
************************** LADYSMITH   DAILY   LEDGER
FURNITURES. H. Good & Company-FURNITURE
BEST BATH ROOMS IN THE
CITY—Lailysmith Shaving Parlors,
High Street.
Ask lor it once and you will afterwards smoke the Empire.
FOR SALE-Cheap-A fine Parlor
Organ. Apply to Mrs. H. Pollard
or at The Ledger Office.
.'ilH-i-i-rm-.rlr-i'--
jEa8r____s__-_as__--___ v._.._.__. a_»_;
HALP PRICE
SALE
of LADIES
C0AT5
50
j Ladies' {'oats, all this year'n styles—in Tweed, Heaver, Cheviots, at half price, tlO.OO.
$10.00 Coat for $5,00; $8.00 Coal for $1.00. Of course you will
ask yourself huw we do it. Let us tell you we don't do it—wc arc
losing money on every Coat wc sell at tlh__e prices. But this is
not a Coat Season, nnd we arc overstocked, hence tlic result. Surprise your wife or your sister Buy her one for Xmas jreseiit.
PLUS
Wc have a splendid range of Purs—including Srilile, Mink, Marten,
Beaver, Opossum, Seal, Wallaby, I'oon, Persian Lamh, etc. Tlicy
range iu price from $1.25 to $35.00. What more suitable present
for Christmas.
UMBRELLAS
LOCH IIEMS
•lames Dunsmuir arrived Irom Vie
toria by the noon train today.
Go to Forcimiiicr's and ask him to
show you his fine lot of pipes.
Win. Fletcher returned this morning from a couple of days' trip to
Vancouver.
F. W. McCready who lias iliccn in
town for some weeks past, left for
Vancouver today.
Work on the new civic building is
progressing well and the structure,
il, is understood, will Ire completed
well within the contract time.
AT THE .ABBOTSFORD.
L. T. Spraggc.
J.  ('.  Edwards,  Vancouver.
Oeo.  Burlholmo, Nanaimo.
Picture Post Card of Ladysinith,
just in, at Knight's.
The funds of the fire department
have been in Tensed by a gift of $2.1
from tllc Tyee Smelter management,
which Chic. Smith acknowl_%__■with
thanks.
The Kings Hotel is Hie only place
in Lanlystiii.il lhat lias on draught
.lolin Lnbatt,'.. India Pale Ale. Call
around and sample it.
The llrst car load of frozen Eastern turkeys for Christmas from Ihe.
East was brought across the gulf
by the transfer Ibis morning. The
birv's arc destine!! for Victoria.
A banquet' is to be given at Duncan on Wednesday next to Ralph
.Smith, M.P., and it is expected lhat.
many of the leading Liberal politicians will attend, including Senator
Tcmpleman and members of parliament and the legislature.
Impressed with the future pros-
pats of Lailysmith, a firm of Victoria dentists, Ihe l'octors Dyer, intend moving here and opening offices
early in the new year. These gentlemen have excellent reputations for
tile quality of their work, and no
doubt arc already known to a number of Ladysmith peopie.
Call at Hoy's Bakery lor apple.,
lemon, pcarr and mincemeat pics;
cookies of all kinds at all prices.
Doughnuts 10c per dozen.
CONCERT AMD DANCE.
Tlle following fine programme will
be presented at the promenade concert by the Ladysinith city band on
Saturday evening, commencing at 8
o'clock sharp:
March ..r  Canada   lliryhcs
Overture  Gems of the
   Opera    Schlcpegral
Waltz   Erin   Bennet
Cornet Solo .... Will My Dream
...  Come True? ...Rramhal
(Mr,  A. Hugo)
Grand Selection .... .Bohemian I
  Girl   Balfc   e^===™=!!! ' "~
Medley   1,'p lo Date   Sutton ! wW*_KeXK*-.*_Ker)KeH.e_K*_Ke_Keili nion nt Tacoma for Japan is mak-
Any old price. Wc have one at 11.01) that wc guarantee Fast so
you can judge by that what wc ran do for you for $2.00. Silver
mounted at $3.50,  $4.50, $5,00.  Ma'e a good Xmas gift.
CH1NAWARE
W. T. HEDDLE & CO.
Williams' Block Particular Grocers.
Ladysmith.
Telephone 1.
in small sets or single pieces, makes very suitable CHR1RT-
MAS PRESENTS,
We have just ope ed up a splendid assortment
of this ware, at prices that w II make ycu buy.
See the display in our window
OEHARARA SUGAR-the correct article for Chrstmas Cakes im.l Pud
ding.    Price 4 lbs for 25 cents.
Potpourri .... Scott'sh Songs   Round r ^
God ,'ave The King. I •
Alter the concert comes the danc-   *
ing and from present indications thc
_.tletiilance will be large.
 o	
MARINE
John I,abatl's Pale Ale
draught, at the Kings Hotel,
a perfect ale.
■. •frCe^e.'l.e'rKe&e^e&e-K-
Steamer Oscar has arrived with
cargo oi Iced from Tacoma.
It   is
Patronize homo industry and smoke
Empire Cigar.
Tlie Transfer
Vancouver at
ing.
reached pott    from
II o'clock this mom-
Tlic Crystal Laundry, for which
Mcr.s s. Illair _r Adam nre agents, is
doing n rciiinrlrrilrly goot| business in
Ladysmith. Their work serins to
give thorough satisfaction,
Tug Albion has sailed with the
Japan in tow for Comox with coal
for the coke ovens.
•    -    •
The Lyra now    loading dog    sal-
■ '.■'.. „s_>;-..r__r._>_T.i.f«■
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I Carnation Wheat Hake, Cream of Wheat, Malta
Vita, Flapjack Flour, Force, Maple Syrup, Honey in
Comb and Glass.
At Morrison's, Ladysmith, B. C.
»--?..___-*_
ing a cleanup ol Hie fish caught
along the coast. Thc tug Lome,
which was in this morning lo coal,
left lor Vancouver lor a barge in
which she will carry suited dog sal-
nun lo Tacoma. The Selkirk also,
alter unloading her ore here, goes to
Nanainio and Departure May lor dog
salmon, also for thc Lyra.
•    *    •
A Glasgow despatch says: " The
trials of the Allan line steamer Victorian, tlic largest turbine vessel yet
built, which was launched at llel-
fusl, August 251b, have been so disappointing as to ra.se serious doubts
among the ('lytic shipbuilder^ as to
lire value of turbines in the case of
large ships. All efforts iniiile to get
tbe Victorian near contract speed
that the construction, of the furUiiic
engines intended lor the new Cuiiard
line steamers has been suspended,
pending developments."
■i**i**********************
j   SPORTS  j
********** •.+•..'■.•.-.H ■*****■> .
GETTING READY.
The iootball men are out practising religiobsly for tlic game between
the Ladysmith seniors and Allcomers
on Sunday afternoon.
MEETING CALLEiD.
A meeting ol all interested in athletics is called at the opera house on
I Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
I BASfliETBALL TONIGHT.
I Thc struggle for supremacy between the Black Diamonds and the
Snowflakes takes place tonight in
the opera liorrse and will be a lively
one for the personnel1 ol the teams is
very strong, and good sport may he
expected. Thc men line up as follows:,
Black Diamonds—Guards, J. Eno,
E. Leahy; centre, T. O'Conneli; forwards, 0. McMillan, W. Manuel.
Snowilakes—Guards, II. Ward, A.
Morrison; centre, J. Adam; forwards
S. Morrison, C. Sanderson.
Preceding this game is one between
the Sunbeams and Red Devils, the
composition ol the teams being:
Sunbeams—Guards, J. O'Conneli,
T. Leahy; centre, C. Hewlett; lot-
wards, R. McMillan, S. Sanders.      ,
Red Devils—Guards, II. Manuel, S.
Michic; centre, E. Clarke; torwarhs,
E. Thomas, S. Kerr.
Apropos of the letter sent in by
the Black Diamonds, the following
has been received:
Sporting Editor Ledger—In last
night's issue I read Sapt. Eno's letter and am glad to sec that ■ the
Black Diamonds arc good sports and
wi.liiig to meet us tonight. He says
he Ilulies we will fake to our comer
after this game, only fo come out
when wc have made a reputation. In
our last game wc were certainly handicapped by new players, but now,
after several month-' good practice,
I wc will be better able to look after
ourselves and mil up a bard gamef
I There is every reason to believe the
game will be pulled oil with a friendly feeling and 1 must say that tonight,,lhc best team wins. Thanking
you lor this space, 1 remain,
(in behalf of the Snowllakc Basketball team, .1. ADAM, Capt.
The Iirst game tonight starts at
half-past seven and thc admission is
Inn cents. As usual scats arc reserved fur ladier r ,i ibcir escorts.
BIKE RACES.
New York, Let', 8.—It wit. announc
ed today that thc Caldwell-lloopcr
team was out of flic six-<lay -ike
race for goud and that Kcc_aii, the
Lowell, Mass., man was in such
distress that he might he obliged
lo quit at any time.
I At the suggestion ol thc management CajkhviJI's rpartner, l-oopcr,
wlio was iu fairly good _hape, consented to take advantage ol the tour
hour rule, under which, in even of
I any other riders being obliged, to
I give up within four hours, Hooper I
| may pair with the surviving partner and continue in the race. The
night saw nothing in the way ol exciting brushes. At 8 o'clock the Van-
dcrstufl-Stol, Root-Dortoii teams hnd I
raced 1,381 miles, thc Gougolcz-Brc-
lon, Bussot-Mazan, Palmer-Agra-.;
Samuelson-Willianis, Ko-jgnn-Logan,
und Turvillc-Mcmling teams had covered 1,311.3 miles, 110 laps; Krebs-
Foglor and Downling-I.in.'bcrg, 1,2(13
miles 8 laps; the Sulkii._-Rockowit_
team 1,388 miles j) laps. Record 80
hours, 1,507 miles II laps made in
I8III) by Miller and Waller. At 10
a.m., thc two leading teams hud covered 1,111 miles six laps,' thc six
pairs in second place 1,1-1 milts live
laps, Ihe Krebs-Foglcr and Dow.i-
ing-Liinlrcrg teams 1,121 miles four
laps and the Sulkins-Rockowitz. pair
1,11(| miles five laps. The record
for the eighty-second hour is 1,5(0
miles three laps.
TO THE LADIES
Wc have just received a beautiful assortment ol the latest Novelties
in FANCY NECKWEAR, Lace Collars, Silk Stock Collars, Embroidered Silk Handkershiefs, Em broidered Lawn Handkerchiefs,
Belts, etc. etc.   Just the thing for a CHRISTMAS GIFT,
Select your FUR BOA at once now
we have a variety. Special prices ranging .from $1.75 to $7.50
CHRISTMAS FRUITS
Our complete stock of the Season's Goods are to hand carrying
with it a full line of bon-bons
Crystallized Fruits
Shelled Almonds
Walnuts
Filberts
Brazils
Figs
Layer Raisins
, Onrrants
Mixed Peel
Fancy Apples
Japanese Oranges
Telephone orders promptly attended to.
SIMON LEISER & CO.
LIMITED
OATACRE ST.
LADYSMITH
5
In 1-2 1 and 2-pound boxes.
A nice Assortment Fancy Boxes,
all priees. Novelties in Bon-bons.
Grackers, etc.
Sole Agents G. B. CHOCOLATES.
CARLISLE   BLOCK
i-.
BANKRUPT STOCK
~AT-
I50C ON THE DOLLAR!*
31
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Fletcher Hros. will open up in tho
building adjoining Mr. T. W. Fletcher's store on First avenue within a
lew days with a lull stock ol Pianos,
organs and musical goods in general,
including a lull line of latest sheet
music and songs. They will make a
farther announcement to the public
regarding thcir b.islnc__ in .Ladysmitli
soon. It will he their aim to accomodate thc lovers ol music In any
way possible and will ask (or and
expect to receive a lair share of business In this line.
Wi: have secured a large-Banlcrupt Stock of
WATCHES, CLOCKS, KINGS, JEWELRY, Etc.
and we will offer all of this stock for sale this
month at prices that never were heard of before. All intended purchasers of Xinas presents will do well to call and make selections.
ANY GOODS CAN BE PUT ASIDE UNTIL WANTED.
B. Forcimmer
WATCHMAKER, JEWELER, OPTICIAN
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FIRST AVE.,
XXX
LADYSMITH*
GOODS WENT FAST.
Winnipeg,      Dec.   7.-Doyhrs hardware    store at Clanwllliani' village,
near Mlnncdosa, lias been destroyed
by Arc.
(lames, toy books and Annuals  at
Knight's.
I IN THEIR LINGERIE.
Winnipeg, Dec. 7.—Tlio boarding
limine of lite Manitoba Construction
Company at the new railway shop.,
was destroyed by lire early UiIb
morning and eighty men had lo escape Irom suffocation In light nppnr-
.1-
C'opper milling once nourished in
Ireland. The Hallymiirtagh mine, in
Wicklow county, averaged 6,011(1 tons
ol copper pyritc per annum between
mill and 1848. Desultory prospecting is going on at the present day
in several localities.
NOTICE.
A student ol the population ol tint
anthracite region of Pennsylvania reports that there are 030,000 people
inhabiting that section, ol whom
43(1,000 arc foreigners. Of this latter number more than 50,000 cannot read or write,
o
II you want a genuine II.B.M. pipe
go to Forciiiimer's and get one at
less than halt "price.
Forclmmcr's Is the place lo buy a
line pipe lor a Christmas present.
H.11.11. and case Pipes at Knight's.
In tlle Hinder ofthe H_i_lc of Jo._],h Carpenter,
,1, _,-„- etl : ,__
NoriCIt In her, by given Hint all creditor* of
the K-lute oi the Mild Deceased nre ie,|ii red
on or before the 6tl,,lny of Jntiunr -. A. U iqo„,
to send tiaitlculnrs of (lie r eliding to the trndei-
-iKlied dniy verified, nnd _ 1 pnrtl-.s illilcbrtd to
the until li-tntc if e tei|illreil lo |my neh ink-Ill-
eitnesn fortliwilh,
tinted nl l.niiy-iiiith, 11. C, this ah itnyorire-
eclnbei-, A. 11, 1034.
nussiu.i, snirsoN;
is! Avenue, Ij-'iKlnilll.II.C.
Solicitor for Caiiicllo-uipcntci-, Ail   inl-trntor
ofthe above -.Rtnle,
Headquarters for Xmac cards ami
,'alendar at,Knight's.
WARD'S MfAT   mt\
ON ROBERTS STREET.
.
Only First, Class Meats are   supplied our Customers.
We will treat you right.

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