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VOL. 6, NO. 127.
NANAIMO, B. C, WEDNESDAY APRIL 11, 1894.
PRICE, 5 CENTS.
RICES
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BE FORM FARCE CONTIR UED
MEMBERS   OF   THE   CLUB   GIVE IMPARTIAL (!) EVIDENCE.
Jones' Breakfast Coterie��� Roos la De*
cldedly Rampant Young Diffident as
to Divulging Names ��� Angus MoKenzie Has a Wide World Reputation.
Counsel Mclnnes Makes a Forensic
Splurge ��� The Whole Proceedings
Reminiscent or the Famous Bardell
vs. Pickwick Case���Case Adjourned.
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The cities of Victoria, New Westminster
and Vancouver must, in their dull state,
sincerely envy Nanaimo in the little flutter
aud excitement �� hkh it has in the now
celebrated libel case. The unemployed and
lime laden people of this city were afforded
another and not final act in the continuous
Reform Farce. There ie now no apparent
reason why this legal comedy should not
outrun the famous play of "Our Boys." By
the way, "Our Boys" seems especially apro
pos aB an illustrai ion applied to l he two
principals in the farce. The several wit
nesses who took the stand on behalf of the
plaintiffs, were apparently all reformers
(wiih a large R if you please Mr. Typo) and
belonged lo the association yckyt with a
part of that name. It seems rather surprising thut no oue outside of the Reform
revolution (meaning a circle) could have
been secured who felt the s.me as to
the alleged libel, and could have given evidence to that effect. The evidence of
Messrs. Jones, Roos, Young and McKenzie
waB monotonously alike and relatively
weak. They all, like the president of their
august body, which we were told by their
counsel is founded on the pi inoiples of permanence seemed strangely sensitive for such
hardy looking men. Surely they must have
been born with or cultivated a skin-short
conscience. Bul there were many side
lights during the running of the comedy
which were very interesting and highly
amusing if not altogether instructive. For
instai'Ce, the "breakfast coterie" of Seaman
Union Jones was a nice little revelation of
domestic life. Mr. Roos was decidedly
rampant in his indignation at the "impudent
inueudoes" uttered against him���as a
member of the Reform Club. The nationally or racial origin of this witness came
out strongly in his pronunciation- He seems
too, to have considerable leisure time where
in to tour the country seeking
knowledge as to whether any other
political body had been organized
in the district. Mr. Roos snd his first impression jttt reading the libellous item was
that its author should be' hornewhipped.
DoubtlesB he would have liked to have been
the flagellator. Mr. J. Young, general merchant, objected on conscientious grounds to
take the oath, but affirmed. This witness
has evidently a most extensive acquaintance
in the city, because dozeus of people accosted him all day long in his store as a dyna-
mitard and anarchist. This bespeaks a
rushing business in Mr. Young's store,
and should also recommend The Teleoram
to bim as a grod advertising medium. At
first the witness objected to giving any of
lhe mines of his accepters, but finally, the
names of Dr. Sloggett, Tully Boyce, S.
Willcox, Neil McCuish and Walter Roos
were elicited.
Ai this juncture the magistrate retold a
little story iibout the trial of Queen Caroline
whereat an I'alian witness knew quite a lot
iu chief ixamination but under cross-ex
amioation remembered nothing. This witness cordially agreed with the magistrate
that some portion of the proceedings was all
froth.
Angus McKenzie, who is one of the particular plaintiffs in this suit, took the stand
and although he thought the item was intended as a joke and so took it at first, he
afterwards thought it might go forth to th.
world���that is back East, where apparently
he iB widely known, that he really was associated with anarchists. This does not
imply much faith in friendship. He did
not think anyone in Nanaimo would think
so of him although Messrs. Shaw, Hunter,
Hoskins and Dr. McLeod had so accosted
him. The most that this witness made of the
item was that it amounted to ridicule,
Then came the event aud feature of the
farce which was truly Dickensian, Pickwickian and Buzfuzzy in its nature. It
would take the pen and brain of a most
humorous writer to bring out the salient
and smiling points of the oration and peroration of VV. W. B. Mclunes. The lack of
gown and wig alone prevented the simili
tude to the famous Bardell vs. Pickwick
trial. In matter of dress, however, the
counsel had donned a brilliant cravat of
crimson hue, with which his cheeks assumed
tone and radiance as he passed from conversational platitude to forensic altitude in
lofty aud bursting eloquence accompanied
by a simulated and highly sustained indignation. If this was a maiden effort, it is
highly creditable to W. VV. B. MclnneB and
it seems a thousand pit ies that it should all
have been wasted on so trivial a matter.
Occasionally, in hiB bantam-like bursts, the
learned male Portia confounded the terms
of plaintiff and defendants, aud referred to
his owu case in the latter sense, but that of
course was excusable in one so young and
inexperienced.
The magistrate hoped that the partiea
concerned would oome to an amicable understanding, and for that purpose would adjourn the oase for a week.
When the case opened His Worship informed the plaintiff Mr. Thomas R. Edward
MclnneB that he had since the last hearing
found a sheet of his testimony given then
and which was mislaid at the time. He
rean the missing link in the evidence referred to, whioh was consented to by both
solicitors.
The constable in charge waa then asked to
declare the court open for business.
Mr. J. A. McKinnon of The Telegram
staff waa   then   called   and   examined   by
solicitor Mclnnes on behalf of   brother Mclnnes. '
Q.���What is yonr business? A.���Newspaper man.
Q.���Where are you working at present?
A.���At The Teleoram oflice.
Q.���When did you begin work with that
paper? A.���About the twelfth or thirteenth
of January.
Q.���Where haveVron been employed
since?   A.���At The Telegram office.
Q.���Who was the editor aud manager of
the paper throughout that period. A.���
Mi. (li. I Higher, I believe.
Q ���Don't you know /or a fjict. A.���
YeH.
Q.��� Is that ihe gentleman there (pointing
to tlie defendant).    A.���Yes.
The next witness was Mr. William Jones,
who testified as follows:
Q.���What is your business?
Mr. JoneB���Ageut for the Seamen's
Union of the Pacific, residing   in Nanaimo.
���Q ���When did you Bee exhibit "A," containing the article headed "Ram���pant
Reform." A.���On the morning of the 13th
March, about a quarter past eight.
Q -(Presenting exhibit "B")���When did
you aee the articles "A Strange Coincidence" and "Wellington Outrage." A.���
On the morning of the fourteenth of March.
Q.���What was your impression. A.���I
decidedly thought it referred to the Reform
Association.
Q.���Why? A.���Because I read the paper
and passed it to some friends who	
His Worship���Do not tell what they said
unless Mr. Yarwood was present.
Mr. Mclnnes���I have found a case since
the last hearing which bears out my conten
tion.
[to be continued.]
WHO IS THE MAN
its  Narrow
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Tne Reform Club has up
Sleeve ?
Mr. 6. C. McKenzie, aa atated in our last
issue, is the speaker who followed Mr. Thos.
Kitchen. Upon coining forward, the audience did not seem inclined to hear Mr. McKenzie, and for a time a considerable commotion ensued. The impression waa that
the ex-chool inspector waa just a little late
in giving Wellington the benefit of hia
presence. After the turmoil subsided he
went on to speak aa follows:
You have heard aome able speeches from
the speakers who have just preceded
me and the questions have been so
thoroughly taken up that I will not
weary you with a long speech. Everyone knew that he was returned aa
a strong Opposition man and that he was
n at open to the charge of turning . He waa
aaid to be a violent Oppositionist, but as he
had voted with the Government on many
important matters, he did not think he waa
open to this charge. When he was elected,
he knew the Government, the other gentlemen who had just spoken and were members of the House, did not. It might be
accepted aa a fundamental principle that a
government in power for a number of years
must be corrupt and rotten to the core.
From the Clements bill, giving away almost
the whole of the islaud to the E. k N. Railway Co., to the present time, the policy of
thia Government was simply a aystem of
giving away. They had been in power for
nearly twelve years and were getting worae
all the time. This in fact was the case with
all governments holding office for a long
term of years. We all admit it is the case
with the Dominion Government and it
would always continue to be bo with any
governmeut. This district had been treated
better since the Opposition and Independent
members had been returned than ever be
fore.
A voice���You have never been out to si e
us. Coutinuiug, the speaker said, it was a
nice thing to receive large appropriations
now and ail ' h .1 sort cf thing but up to the
time they *��� turned him in 0,���position, thia
Go'ernmoiii had treated Wellington with
indifference, as a mere mining, amp where
the people would nut complain, but on the
contrary a safe place for a Government man.
Since an Opposition representative had been
elected they had received larger appropriations. In 1878-9 he was superintendent of
education.
A voice���Did they fire you out?
McKenzie���Oh, yea, they did, but they
blamed him for many things which he afterwards proved were without foundation and
further he could Bay that the aystem
he established when in oflice, was
being carried out by the Department of
Education to-day. He said he could point
to some good he had done for them, as for
instance, the handsome new school house
across the way,
At this statement a general shout went
up: "No, you did not." Then followed a
lot of interruption and good natured banter
which lasted several mitiutes. The speaker
saw that it waa useless for him to attempt
to continue, almost the entire meeting being
againat him In a ahort lull which occurred,
he pointed out that the general elention waa
oloae at. hand and urged them to elect someone in opposition to the present Government, one of their own kind, a working
man.    Aa he waa about to sit down,
Mr. Bryden asked���When waa the appropriation made for the achool to which
you have referred.
McKenzie���Since I went to the House.
Bryden���The land was granted before you
were elected aud 1 think the money was also promised
McKenzie���The appropriation waa made
ainoe I went io the House.
Bryden���The people of Wellington asked
for it, you had nothing to do with it. Besides how is it you have not come out to see
us until now an election ia on?
McKenzie���0, Mr. Bryden, I have boen,
but you are auch a high and mighty personage that you cannot eee small folks like myself.
Mr. Bryden���I understand you are going
to Victoria to live; what do you want to
represent the district?
Mr Bryden���Where have you lived?
McKenzie���I own properly in the district.
Bryden - So do I and will oontinue to.
(Cheers and Laughter.)
Mr. Bryden then took the platform, saying that in reply to insinuations that he waa
personally a part of the Dunsmuir interest,
that he or anyone else employed by the
firm had nothing to do with the company or
road except to do what they were paid for,
and were on the same footing as the miners
or any other employees.
Then followed a lot of desultory conversation, which resulted in a general tangle of
voices.
At length Thomas R. Edward Mclnnes,
of Reform Cluh, libel suit and other fame,
stepped to the front, and with a wave of his
right fore appendage, as much as said, look
upon me and wilt.
A voice���Who is that fellow, anyway?
Mclnnes���You will soon find out who I
am.
Tl en followed an uproar in the midst of
which Thomas shouted at the top of his
voice: The wool ia being pulled over your
eyes.    (More and prolonged uproar.)
R. Campbell then Baid he desired to aak
Mr. McKenzie a question, but Thomas R.
Edward paid no attention to the
request, when Mr. Sharp rose to his feet
and aaid thia being a meeting of the electors
of Wellington, a citizen had a right to aak
the repreBentative of the district a queation.
Thomaa R. Edward tried to bulldoze Mr.
Sharp off his feet, but that gentleman refused to be bulldozed and took the platform
and finally secured a hearing tor Mr. Campbell.
Thereupon Mr. Campbell asked: "Mr.
McKenzie, did you not say to me prior to
the laat election: Keep the Union together
and down Dunsmuir?"
McKenzie, rising���Before God and man I
did not.
Campbell���You did, and you know it.
Thomas R. Edward was then allowed to
proceed. He aaid he aimply desired to say
thai in a short time hia club would have a
man in the field in whom they could put
their utmost confidence. He also wished to
point out the differenoe between such a man
and the one who was already in the field.
In the one case the candidate if elected
would have to follow and obey Dunsmuir,
Davie k Co., on the other hand, they would
havea man like themselves who would look
after their interests.
Mr. Bryden, riaing���Am 1 the one you
refer to who would be guided hy Dunsmuir,
Davie k Co?
Mclnues���You are one of them.
Mr. Bryden���Am I the one you have just
said would have to do aa Davie and Dunsmuir directed?
Continuing Thomaa R. Edward went on
to declare that the supportera of the Government were afraid to face the Reform
Club men; that a short time ago it wae arranged to hold a meeiing at Englishman's
River but when it waa intimated that the
Reformers would send a man there, the
meeting was postponed. In fact, according
to Thomas R. Edward, Davie was afraid to
meet him on the platform at Wellington
and had called a special meeting of the
Legislature in order to have an excuse for
staying away from this meeting. The Government he said had no policy and then exclaimed you will have a man before you
whose aim will be to elevate the working-
men and this ia hia platform.
Hereupon Thomas R. Edward swung as
high u,.'iu the air aa his meagre stature
would permit the copy of the famous Reform Club platform, which he testified
under oath a week ago had been drawn np
by himself. The firat plank in thia platform
he aaid was to give the vote to women.
(Loud and prolonged ironical laughter, followed by hisses).
After aome further rambling remarks
amidst great interruption he asked workingmen to support the candidate hia club
would bring out and not the man who
would have to serve the interests of Dunsmuir and Davie whenever told to do so.
Mr. Bryden, indignantly���Am  I the one
you refer to, that it returned would have to
serve the interests of  Dunsmuir and Davie?
Mclunes���Yes; you would  have to serve
the interests of Davie, Dunsmuir k Co.
Mr Bryden���Have I consented to run ?
Mclnnes���Are  you not  the Government
candidatt?
Mr. Bryden���I said I might run if no one
else ns satisfactory to the people would consent lo c. me ��� ut.
Mclnnes, hedging���I do not believe a
better man could he found.
Mr. Bryden, approaching the platform���I
muat insist thut your remarks are offensive.
A general shout nf "Withdraw" greeted
the fresh young man of Reform Club fame
at this point, and for a time he did not
appear to know whether he was taking part
in a libel case or a political meeting. Finally
Thomas R. Edward apparently not appreciating the close proximity of Mr. Bryden's
walking stick to the fundamental part of his
body, replied hesitatingly that Mr. Bryden
might have mistaken his meaning. He did
not mean that Mr. Bryden would do so
intentionally, but would do so without
knowing it.
Mr. Thomas Keith wss the next gentleman to speak. He said: Sor, und gentlemen, if you will give me your attention I
will not occupy your time more than ten
minutes.
A voice���Ten aecouda will do, Tom.
(Laughter,)
Coutinuiug he said Sor, there are two or
three things to which I would like to draw
your attention and which I would like you
to give careful consideration. It may be
perhaps t lut I cau teach you something if
you will pay attention, because 1 find that I
oan always learn something myself on occasions of this kind. With these opening remarks Mr. Keith went into the subject of
politics. He said a good deal had been said
alum* the policy of the Government but
nothing in its favor. He had hoped to have
seen aome members of the Government
present He was before them as a working-
man and a miner.
A chorus of voices ���A what, Tom?
Mr. Keith, looking very severe���A miner,
I said.
Hia vote had always been for the good of
the working men but better results had not
followed because he waa in the minority in
the House. The policy of the Government
was not beneficial to the working men. The
Government had withdrawn the labor bill,
und by their policy encouraged an influx of
Chinese. The Government had handed the
NakuBp road over to the company in such a
way that the company will have the road
and the country the debt.
When speaking at Nanaimo some months
ago, Mr. Davie Baid that the E. k N. grant
had been exempted from taxation, but that
auch a thing could not occur again. The
same policy was still going on. He then
urged them to elect a working man who
would look after their interests. If they
elected Mr. Bryden, who waa a very good
(Continued on pace lour.) NANA1M   , B. 0., WEj       SDAY, APRIL 11, 1894.
I
STRIKES AND STRIKERS.
Coal Miners and Coke Workers WiU
Cause Bloodshed.
UNION-TOWS, Pa., April 10.���The situation
throughout the entire region a*, the cloae of
the second day of the strike of the miners
ana coke workers is very alarming, and it
looka as if bloodshed and destruction of pro
perty will only be averted by resort to the
military. As in 1891, the strikers have
been receiving food supplies from the company otores, which was cut off from them
to-day. To-night the great horde of foreigners require food and have not the means to
obtain it. The only way it can be Becured
ia by Backing the company's stores, aud to
do thia they must overpower the deputy
sheriffs, who are standing guard with Winchesters. The operators in the region are
very apprehensive and fear the atrikera will
destroy property   in   every   sectiun   of the
region.
Eleven thousand strikers are bivouacking
to-night at different places between here and
Scottdale, and it is generally believed
numerous rBida will he made on the com-
isny'a Btores before daybreak. About, 300
deputies are standing guard at tho different
works. Their forces are scattered, and
ahould an attack be make by one of the bii2
mobs it would be certain death to offer resistance.
As midnight approaches there are signs of
things coming to a focus. An imposing
force of strikers, fully 5,000 of them, are
now forming to raid the aoutheru region.
ReportB made at 11 o'clock by the deputiea
who are watching the movement say the
raiders some time between midnight and
daylight may make a raid.
Denver, April 10.���The Cripple Creek
miners in mass meeting to-night unanimously rejected the mine owner8' proposition for
eight hour shifts al 82.75, with twenty
minutee for dinner.
Providence, R. I., April 10.���The bigge8t
labor war Rhode Island has ever seen is the
struggle against the two looms system. All
the weavers are out to-day.
Laskcr Wins the Eighth Game.
New York, April 10.���The eighth game
for the world'a chess championship between
Steinitz and Lasker was won by Lasker in
the seventy-eighth move. Score: Lasker, 4;
Steinitz, 2; drawn, 2. The next game will
be played in Philadelphia April 14.
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Daily Teleoram-
"Did   you  ever   heur   ot   a   plaee   called
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and 76 miles from Victoria. If you live in
what you consider un enterprising city and
believe that your loc-l daily paper is first-
class, write io the publisher of The Daily
Telegram, Nanaimo, British Columbia, and
aak for a sample oopy of his paper, and v h**u
you obtain it'Ompiire it with your home
production. Go down ami talk with ihe
publisher about. H afterwards, nnd ask him
why it is thut he can't print as good a paper,
or obtain as good a local patronage, or have
his paper as tree from deadhead or objectionable advertisement b? A UBeful lesson
may be learned from Nanaimo."
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READY POR BUSI
Owing to the upset condition of our store the
past month it has been somewhat, unpleasant shop
ing, but the prices we offered mduced buyers, and
our sales were much larger than expected. Everything is in ship shape again, and our stock is second to none, having the latest makes and weaves
in all lines and at prices to suit the most economical buyers. Remember, selling only for cash, we
make no provision tor bad debts when pricing
goods.   That is one reason we sell so (heap,
DRESS GOODS
You will concede that they are pretty and
serviceable and cheap, while you see our double
width goods at 25, 35, 40 and 50 cents, in the
latest colorings.
PRINTS
See our assortment of Spot Prints, in Navy,
Cardinal, White and Pink Bpots. These goods we
can guarantee to wash.
LADIES' UNDERWEAR
A very full assortment. At our prices they are
bargains.
LADIES' CAPES
We have a very fine assortment of Tweeds for
Capes, 54 inches wide, at $1 per yard. The la* est
patterns. We will make you the Cape, ready to
wear, at less than you can buy the r�� ady made
goods.   Call and see them.
CORSETS
Our trade has been steadily increasing owing
to the close margins we sell at. Just think. Good
serviceable goods at 40, 50 and 60 cents, and our
Corsets at 75 cents, $1 and $1.25 are all leaders.
GENTS' FURNISHINGS
If you want the best makes in Canada examine
our lines of Men's Shirts, Ties, Sox, etc.
Two pairs good Sox for 25 cents, worth 40 cts*
Five pairs Merino Sox for $1, worth $1.50.
Our Gent's Shirts at 50 and 75 ents and $1,
cannot be touched in the Province for value.
DRESSES RFADY TO WEAR
We are making a line of Dresses of new goods
at $10 and $12 50. The style and fit is the latest
and best.
MAHRER & Co.
WHOLESALE
LIQUOR HOUSE
NANAIHO, B. C.
Beg to recommend their Large and Assorted
Stock ol
PUBLIC NOTICE.
TIIK FIRM, heretofre known under the name of
Ki'chin & Waterhouse, Broker acd Real Kstate
Agents, doing business in the City of Nanaimo,
the name of "The Nana:mo Realty, Investment
Trust Agency," haa been dissolved by mutual consent
The buBineBB will be continued in the above name
and under the managemrn   of Thomas Kitchin, who
will assume and pay all liabilities of the said partner
st ip.
(Signed)   THOMAS KITCHIN
ARTHUR EDWARD WATERHOU-iE.
Dated at Nanaimo,
this 22nd day of February, A.D., 1S94.      23-2
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MAHRER & Co.
SPRINGJjKDODS
HAVE   YOU   EXAMINED
J. 1. WHAT'S
SPRING
11
itings
8-11 6m
Noise
Will
Tell
We have been for several
reasons
Making a Noise!!
To get the combination
we area ow able to
OFFEE
We could at any time get
��� line Shot s at hiith rant,
tionpr ShocB at medium cost, poor Shiies at low cost.
We now have
Fine Quality, Stylish Designs, Durability
and Cheapness Combined.
WHITFIELD'S SHOE STORE
8-11 Om 30 VICTORIA CRESCENT
They have the Largest and Bent Assortment ever shown in Nanaimo, and are sell-
Ing them at prioes to suit the limes.
I'atronize home industry and you will get
better value for your money than by sending
east.
Fine Spring Suits,-$25. Pants,$6
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
Corner Commeroial and Wharf Sts.
8-11 -12m
NANAIMO
MACHINE WORKS
K. C. McDONALD
Fraser Street, near Bastion St. Bridge.
NANAIMO, B. C
AGENCY OV THE RUDOK AND NEW HOWE-
Safety Pneumatic Tire Bicycles. Sample Machines ��ill be on view for a few dam A full line of
repairing material on band, and repairs promptly
made
R. J. WENBORN, Proprietor
8-11 6m
GEO. CASSADAY & GO.
MANUF Ci'UKHiS ��� F
Doors, ai-) t b
Miul'iiutr . fc>! inpr <-**,
��� res-ed ! uu ber,   Turnings,
AND ALL l'KHCl IITld- H OP
BUILDING MATERIALS.
Yard and Offlee opposite Hogan's Store
Near Newcastle Townsite.
D. L. GOW, Agent.
Manufacturer and Dealer in all kin-is of
Carriages, Express Wagons, Buggies, Sleighs, Elc
H* iBc-shotiing k General Blacks_ithiug,
Carriaife, Sign and Ornamental Painting.
TRIMMING AND REPAIRING.
Nanaimo, Oct. 8th, 1893.
8-1112m
CHAPEL   ST.,
NANAIMO, R C. S-ll-12m
NANAIMO
Steam Carriage Works
Why Purchase Interior Foreign Cigars
when yon ean obtain a Superior Article for tlio same money from
PHILIP GABLE,
Nanaimo Tigar Factory
BASTION STREET,
NANAIMO, B. C.
None but White Labor employed
8-116m
RALPH CRAIG, Proprietor
:   :   GENERAL   :   :
Blacksmithing & (larrisgc Building
WACONS AND FARM IMPLEMENTS
Blade to Order and Repaired,
MINEES'
UfiEB -IIHILLING- MACHINES
Blade to Order on Short Notice.
SHIPSMITHING A SPECIALTY
WORKS-BASTION ST. BRIDGE.
8-11 6m
SMALL WARES
This 1 ne has received special attention. It is
too extensive to enumerate. Just think, 2 papers
each of the best makes of Pins and Needles or
Safety Pins tor 5 cents.
a Circular ��� ���
That May be Turned
to Advantage
OFFICE
MARGELET YLIAD
In ��� Business ��� Circles
<^, n .v��u,,; ��>%.
�� M 3o*-)*>o ��4    I
���O  tLrr)  * '(WJfflJ     r   /   *^r
BUTTERICK'S FASHION SHEET
AND PATTERNS
; In for April.   Call and get one.
J. M. DONALDSON
PRACTICAL
Blacksmith ani Carriage Builder.
All Work Guaranteed.
SPECIAL ATTENTIOH PAID TO HORSE-SHOEINC.
Bastion Street, Nanaimo.   s-ll-l2m
Keep
your Eye
on it
We have them now, Yes,
A full stock of the
LATEST IMPROVED TRUSSES
Air and Water Pad,
Elastic and Spring
:   :    AND FOK ^PONGES
We have the Large-at Line  in the City
COMPOUNDING PRESCRIPTIONS OCR
SPECIALTY
Use our Balsamic Elixir
For Coughs and Colds.
8-11 12m B. PIMBURY & Co.
CHEAP - BUTTER
I have on hand a large consignment of
ROLL BUTTER
Which I must   sell   within the
NEXT FIVE DAYS.
In; order to close it out I have deoided 11
reduce the prioe
BELOW OOST.
COME k EXAMINE IT FOR YOURSELF
W. H.^OOBURN,
NEW BRUNSWICK STORE,
20-12 tf       COMMERCIAL STREET.
_>/
'VI "i
BBBT JOB WORK) BEBT WORK AB
A Circulating Medium
FOR ADVEKTIHRMKNTH.     WF. INVITR VOU TO
CALL ���& THIS
A- AND BE 1S
ROUND       convinced    SQUARE
BEGANAM
Stanley House
STEVENSON & CO.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH.
The Scotch Bakery's good
Bread.   It is the best In
town���will bap none.
WILSON & McFARLANE.
8-11-8P1
At
a ms^XjXj
Notice to Users of Electric Lights
All bills must be paid on or before the 20th of eaoh month to
the undersigned, or to W. K.
I eighton, who is authorized to
collect the same.
0. H. STICKLES,
8-ll-12m Manaokr.
TBE DAILY TELEGRAM, the only
Morning Paper In Nanaimo. Large olr
eolation in the City and District,
COMOX ROAD,
Corner Public Park,
AND ASK FOR OASH PRICES OF
GROCERIES.
YOU   WILL   BE  ASTONISHED.
SUBSCRIBE
FOR THI
Nanaimo'* Live Dally
Delivered to any part of the city
for 25 cent? per week, in
advanoe,    or   $1.00
per month NANAIMO, B. C, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1894,
��������� ��� ������
COAL
���������        ���������
lew Vancouver Coal Mining and Lant
(FORMERLY   THE   VANCOUVER   COAL   COMPANY)
: :  ABB THE LABGEST COAL PRODUCERS ON THE PACIFIC COAST  : :
Nanaimo Coal Southfleld Coal
(Used Principally fop Gas and Domestic Purposes) (An Unequalled Steam Fuel)
NEW :  WELLINGTON   :  COAL
A Bright Clean Burning Coal, and a Favorite Fuel for the Open Grate.
PROTECTION   ISLAND   COAL
(UPPER  BEAM.)
This Coal is similar in appearance and quality to the  New  Wellington,  but is a Superior  Gas  Coal, and for General
Purposes will be preferred to all other Coals produced on Vancouver Island.
The above Coals are mined by the New Vancouver Coal Company only.     The Company's wharves are at Departure Bay, Nanaimo and Protection Island,
at each of which ships of the deepest draught can load at all times.
7-ll-15m
SAMUEL M. ROBINS, Superintendent
SASH AND DOOR FACTORY
A. HASLAM, Prop.
Office: Mill Street, Nanai* , B. 0.
P. O. Box 36.   Telephone Call 19.
A OOMPIETE STOCK OF
Always on hand.   Aim
Shingles, Lathe,
Pickets, Doors,
Windows, blinds.
All kinds ot Wood Finishing furnished.
CEDAR.   WHITS PINS.   REDWOOD.
BUSINESS FOR SALE.
mHE WELL-KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT OF TIIE
Eureka Soda Works for Sale,
Consisting of the following. 2-btorey frame building,
82x90 feet, and basement, 17 f n*t hiifh, can easily l>e
constructed; also, corner lot facing three Streets.
3-horse power steam boiler and engine, wiih pulleys
shafts and beltsoomplete. ,
A complete set of Barnett & Foster, London.Eng,
Soda Watt r Machines, new, consisting of 1 carbon,
ator, 1 generator, 3 bottling benches, 1 syphon filler,
1 100-gallon slate tank, with Alter attached, 4 10 gallon enameled syrup tanks, 100 gallon galvanized iron
mixing tank, 1 steam bottle washer, with rinser attached Also, 2 patmt aparatus for steaming beer,
1 patent beer filling machine, about 600 delivery
cases, 2 doz. size, about 95 1 and 6 doz. shipping
oases, with lo^ks, 1 2-horse double-deck delivery
wagon, 1 sleigh, 1 set double harness, 2 horses, about
2,000 doz of pint and quart beer and porter bottles,
extract of essences, eto. AUo, the branch at Court-
, eny, consisting of a 2-storey frame building, 24x44,
with stable ana outhouses. The plant consists of 1
copper g narator and 2 cylinders, X bottling tables,
1 syphon filler, washing tank and heating apamtus,
rood well of water ana pump, bottles, boxes, etc , a
horse and wa^nn and t sleigh, 2 sets single hirness,
bottle factory complete.
Stock list can be seen about the 15th of March
Terms 410,500 cash, balance can remain ou mort-
g��ge.
Reason for selling- owner wishes to enter into an*
other business.   For further information apply to
L. LAWBEtOE,
VANCOUVER  FURNITURE  WAREHOUSE
ESTABLISHED   1875
JOHN  HILBERT
IMPORTER OF AND DEALER  IN
Fur iture, Carpets, Tedding aid General Bousefupnishiog Goods
 o	
FUNERAL     DIRECTOR    AND     EMBALMER
Graduate of Clink's Oriental, Eureka and United States
Colleges of Embalming
Stook Complete.
Telephones���Office, 30; Residence, 101.
P. O. Box 16
81112m
3, 5 AND 7 BASTION STREET, NANAIMO, B.C.
Box 79.
Nanaiino, B. C.
All my outstanding accounts muat be settled by
the 26th inst, or they will be plaoed 1 * the hands of
��� solicitor. (OStl) L. LAWHENUE.
The Telegram
Reaches the homes of the people
of    Nanaimo,    Wellington   and
Northfield every morning.
Therefore,   if    you   want  your
advertisement to reaoh the buyers
you   must   advertise    in    The
Telegram.
A. R. JOHNSTON & Co.
Wharfingers, Steamboat Agents,
IMPORTFRS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
	
SEED OATS.
"     WHEAT.
"     POTATOES���Bar ly and Late Rose.
A fall line of FIELD and GARDEN SEEDS.
HAY and MILL FEED, full assortment.
J. H. PLEACE
-GENERAL
HARDWARE
-STORE
Largest Stock
A Full Assortment Constantly on Hand
Prices Right   :    Terms Cash
8-11-tf
VICTORIA CRESCENT, NANAIMO, B.C.
CITY MARKET
HEMANS & WAMSLEY,
Wholesale and leiail Butchers
Commercial Street, Nanaimo
Heats delivered In city and district free
of charge.
P.O. Box 227. 7-ll-12m Telephone TS.
GEOIGE BEVIIOIKWAY,
Cor. Bastion unci Commeroial Sts.
NANAIMO, B. C.
Keeps oonataoOy in Stork the Finest
Assortment of
DRY COODS, GROCERIES,
Provisions, Guns, Rifles, eto.
_T The Highest Price paid lor Furs ot all kinds "St
8-1112m
John PARKIN
:   DEALER IN
.^.PROVISIONS
ETC.,      ETC.,      ETC.
No. 26 Commercial* Street
NANAIMO, B. C. S-ll 6m
c. c. Mckenzie,
Land Agent, Conveyancer and Accountant.
OFFICE���Front Street, Nanaimo.
Town Lots and Farms for Sale.   Honey to Loan
Mortgage at low rates.
Agent for the United Fire Insurance Co., ol Man
Chester, England. 8-1112m
Turner, Beeton & Co.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND IMPORTERS.. ...
H. C. Beeton & Co., 33 Finsbury Circus, London
Indents executed for any kind of European or Canadian Goods
__GKE3STTS   TTOTl
Guardian Assurance Oo.
North British and Mercantile Assurance Oo.
la Foncier (Marine) Insurance Oo., of Paris
YICTOEIA,  JB. C.
8-ll-6m
QPPENHEIMER   gROS.
���PIOITEBR-
Importers: and: Wholesale: Grocers
100 land   102  POWELL.  STREET
VANCOUVER, B.C.
8-11-tf
HATS! HATS! hatsi
ATT      C!Tr/_'_     POR BIO HEADS AND SMALL HEADS!
__J_J_    01/jJ_i0    LATEST STYLES AMD BEST' QUALITIES
PRICES TO SUIT ALL
UI
CELEBARATED MAKES���Pitt Bros, Barber tc Co,
Barrington te Co, and Wakefield's
At jambs McGregors
WANTED FOR CASH.
ALL  KINDS   Or
Seeond-Hand Goods
Call or Address the Little Seeond-
Hand Store, op. the New Fire
HaU, Nanaimo, B. C.        10-2K
THE CITY TEA COMPANY'S STORE
VICTORIA ORESENT.
Importers and Dealers in the
ily-
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Ordinary Advertisements, 111 cents per line (or first
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Reading Notices, 20 certs per line.   Contracts by the
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(Addressj,
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W. J. Galimohkh,
Editor and Manager. P. O. Box 284.
Telephone.   -   -   48.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1894.
NOTICE.
To Subscriber of Daily Telegram
Notice is hereby given that Mr. A. E.
Campbell, being in default, is no longer authorized to collect monies on subscriptions
to The Daily Telegram, and all amounts
now due on subscriptions are payable at the
office of publication, or to Mr. James Burns,
who continues to control the city circulation
of this paper.
XV. J. (JALLAGHUR,
Manager Daily Telegram.
THE WILSON TARIFF.
The Wilson tariff bill still dmgs its slow
length along in lhe Anuiicui Senate.
There are some who Bay that it will be
months yet before tho bill is passed, while
others go the length of saying that it will
not be passed at all. This last, we think, is
an error. Tne bill will be passed sometime,
but how soon it is impossible to say. It
cannot be denied that nearly half the
American people is irreconcilably opposed to
it. The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, which is
one of the strongest and ablest opponents of
the bill in the Republican press, speaks as
follows in a recent issue of its chances of
being at last passed by Congress:
" The report that President Cleveland's
" veto of the seigniorage silver bill has seri-
" ously impaired the prospects of passing
" the Wilson tariff bill, we do not believe.
" It is true that the Southern Bourbons and
" Democratic Western Populists ate exceod-
" ingly anxious to enact free silver or some
" form of inflation, whether silver or silver
" paper, but they are just, aa anxious to
" enact the sectional Wilson tariff bill.
" They know I hat Mi. Cleveland has su
" completely burned Ins bridges behind him
" that he will be sure to veto auy form of
" legislation looking toward free silver or
" increased silver currency whether of silver
or silver paper. They cannot pass such a
" measure over his veto in either house of
" oongress, and any attempt to attach
"a Bilver "rider" to the Wilson
" tariff bill would not bring the President
" to terms, so that the Southern Bourbons
" and Western Democratic Populists will be
" obliged to take a half loaf in the shape of
" the Wilson tariff bill or no bread, for
" President Cleveland will never sign a
" tariff bill that ia inconsistent with hiB
" message, urging the passage of the Slier-
" man silver purchase repeal bill or his veto
" of the Bland silver seigniorage bill, and
" since the Wilson tariff bill is sure to be
" vetoed if a 'silver rider' is attached, it
" is morally certain that it will be passed
" without a 'silver rider,' because the South
" desires it-, passage, and they will never
" lose a whole loaf by refusing to accept
" half a loaf."
This opinion, we think, is sound. The
South is all-powerful in thiB Congress, and
as the Wilson tariff favors Southern interests more than it favors Northern ones, the
Southern membera may be depended on to
foroe it through, sooner or later; but it may
be several months yet before the bill becomes law.
The ice in the St. Lawrence ia expected
to go at any moment. Navigation will
probably open a oouple of weeks earlier
than usual. ^^^^^^^^^^^
Mr. Gladstone seems to be enjoying his
enforced leisure. Writing to a friend, he
says: "If anyone asks you how I am, tell
him that I feel like a disestablished church,
with bracing breezes blowing around me."
President Clkvbland has approved the
Behring Sea bill passed by Congress for the
enforcement of the Paris award. The Britiah
bill on the subject will also become law in a
day or two.
Lord Rosebery's Government has sustained a defeat on a private bill opposed by
the administration. It is supposed that
Lord Rosebery will soon be forced to ask
for a dissolution. His majority is becoming
smaller every week and more precarious.
The Houae of Representatives has passed
the Senate bill to put in operation the recommendations of the Behring Sea court of
arbitration. The British bill on the Bame
Bubject has passed its second reading
in the House of Commons after an interesting debate.
It is reported from St. John, Newfound-
laud, that the Government there haB telegraphed to the Imperial authorities, asking
that the British warships engaged in protecting the fisheries during the Bummer
months, be sent to St. John without delay,
as trouble is feared.
It does not appear that the abolition of
capital punishment is likely to be extensively adopted by the American people. An
American exchange has the following on the
subject:
"The question of capital punishment has
" just been brought before the Iowa legisla-
" ture, but a proposition to do away with
" the death penalty was easily defeated.
" The greatest obstacle encountered by the
" advocates of the change iB that the
" promised advantages have not been reaped
" in those states which have tried the ex-
" periment. On the contrary Michigan,
" which has tested the new system for forty
" years, seems inclined to return to the old
" one, a bill restoring the death penalty
" having passed one branch of the last
"legislature."
INSURANCE
(Continued from page one.)
Dun and Co.'8 weekly report for the past
week states that the number of failures in
Canada were 26, againat 28 for the aame
week laat year. In the United Statea the
failures for the past week were 249, against
196 last year.
Mb. Huddart appears virtually to have
determined on Southampton, aa the Britiah
terminus, of the new Atlantic line of fast
mail steamers whioh he ia promoting. He
says he has become convinced of ita para- j
mount advantages. I
man, he would go to Victoria   to   represent
the interest of his own class.
Mr. Bryden���What do you mean by class?
Keith���You are practically an employer
and from your position you would have to
serve the interests of your employers.
Mr. Bryden���My position ia identical
with Ihat of any other employee of the
colliery.
Keiih���You are lhe tiipeiioti-i dent and
your interests do not coiucide with tbe
miners.
VI i*. Sharpe���Yes they do.
Ktith���Well, if that, is the case, all right.
A voice���You simti'd hav*' supported Mr.
D.vie's idea ol excluding all foreigners from
the mines, who cannot speak English. You
and other union men talk about excluding
Chinese from .working in the mines, audaho
from competing wiih while labor but I find
union men employing Chinese io their
gardens whenever 'hey can get their labor
ten cents a day cheaper than white labor,
while white men are walking about idle. I
am opposed tn Chinese living in the country,
but I find that you and other union men
simply want tn protect your own labor
which is a selfi-h principle.
Mr. Keith���I understood all the speakers
to say	
A voice���Would you prohibit a man from
earning a living because he did not belong to
the Miners and Mine Laborers' Union?
Keith    I refuse to answer.
Voice���Did you ever try to do ao.
Keith���I refuse to answer. The same
questioner insisting on an answer. Mr.
Keith exclaimed that a fool could ask more
questions in a minute than a wise man could
answer in an hour.
At this juncture Mr. John Horribin the
secretary jumped upandsaid hewouldanswer
the question for Mr. Keith by saying he
would exclude all men from working who
did not belong to the uuion.
Mr. Keii h in explanation aaid thatself-
preservation is tho first law of nature, and
that in a case of this kind is in all others he
believed majorities should rule and what
the majority deoided he would stand by it.
Voice���If you endorse the principle Ihat
majorities should rule you ahould Bupport
the present Government.
Keith (after a somewhat lengthy wrangle
subsided)���Had I supported that principle
in regard to the Government I would have
violated every pledg ��� I made   when elected.
A voice���Mr. Keiih, do you mean to say
you would be blindly led hy tha Majority?
Have ;jou no brains of your own?
Mr. Badcock���You were accused of
jobbery in the private bills committee.
Mr. Keith���If the gintleman were posted
he would not make that statement. Myself
and Mr. Semlin were the only two exculpated and honorably acquitted of unfair
conduct in that matter.
Mr. Bryden���Has the Government not
introduced a bill to exclude Chinese?
Keith���Yes; lhe bill has just been handed
to me, but I might say in regard to it that
it is not worth the paper it iB printed on
(��� In owing it aside with a superior and contemptuous air).
This ended Mr. Keith's chapter.
Mr. Sharp then said he would like to say
a few words and upon taking the platform
waa received with rounds of applause. He
would have been better pleased if nothing
personal had come up, but Mr. Mclnnea had
practically charged him with trying to in
timidate the men when he rose to a point of
order in Mr. Campbell's defence.
Mr. MclnneB denied having done ao, and
the matter waB dropped.
Mr. Sharp, continuing, aaid that not aince
the last election had he seen either Mr.
McKenzie or Mr. Foster in the neighborhood and he hoped that if elected again
these gentlemen would not neglect their
constituencies aa they had done in thia case.
Had the Government members been present tonight he was satisfied that the
speakers would have been more careful in
making statements. There was mnch to be
said in defence of Mr. Davie and hia Gov-
ernment. If there were more men like Mr.
Davie in the country there would be more
go ahead in the country. (Cheers). The
three groat interests in the Province were
mining, agriculture and timber. The pros' nt Government had done much to develop
these, especially the agricultural industry.
He then referred to the good work being
done by the Department of Agriculture
which, ho said, was only in its infanoy as
yet. The report issued a short time sinoe
contained a vast amount of information
which would be of great value to the farmers
in determining the kinds of products to raise
in this Provinoe. Every effort was being
IOon��nued oo page live.)
MARCUS WOLFE
REAL.   ESTATE
T'XTT^l.TTGX^a.T,  ���__-_.   G-E3ST_l!_^A._j   OOMMTSSIOlSr   BROKEE
Room 11, Johnston  �� ock, Commercia* Street, Nanaimo, B. C.
V-^nsro ourv
OIT~5r
I have now on Sale a large list, of very CHOICE INSIDE PROPERTY, which is offered as exceptionally LOW PRICES and
terms, located in
SUB-DIVISION 302, Fronting on False Oreek.
Subdivision 185, East End.    The choicest ReBidental Property in the City.    Sub-division 541, near Hotel Vancouver.
Terms:���| Cash; 6, 12 and 18 months, with 7 per cent, interest..     Call in for particulars.
THE DIRECT WAY to the Famous KOOTENAY MINING COUNTRY is via the Great Northwn Railway
NEW  CHATHAM  GIANT
SINGLE AND DOUBLE.
Farm and Team Wagons k Dump
WIDE   AND   NARROW   TIRES   AS   DESIRED.
RECEIVED   THE   HIGHEST   MEDALS   AND   DIPLOMAS   AT   THE   WORLD'S   FAIR.
RALPH   CRAIG
NANAIMO CARRIAGE WORKS
BASTION   STREET   BRIDGE,
IS   THE   SOLE   AGENT   POR   VANCOUVER   ISLAND
Aii  Assortment  of Buggies and  Spring  Carts
On hand, which will be disposed of at the Lowest Possible Price.
Horse Shoeing and General Blacksmithing
Attended to with care and diBpatch, and all country ordere prompily attended to.
PRICES RIGHT.
NOTE THE ADDRESS.
i-att
Yes You Do.
You want office stationery and we know
it. We have provided for your wanta
accordingly and can aupply you
with anything in the way of bill heads, envelopes, letter heads, posters, etc., etc., on
the shortest notice, at reasonable prices.
Don't forget the place���The Daily Telk-
)KAM.
WANTED.
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS for light housKecping.
7-4 2t   Apply, stating price, to D.P. this offloe.
LOST.
A
GOLD 1'IN���Finder will lie paid twice its value
on leaving it at this office. :i-4 3t
FOR SALE.
ONE TWENTY STAMP (JUAltTZ MILK    In u
twelve months.    At a bargain.
8-4 Address box 61, Vancouver.
NOTICES.
4 N ENGLISH LADY, holding College Certificates,
t\    wishes t-ui*e I-s-ons in Musii*, Singing and
Frtnch. at the h-*tnes of pui-ils, where satisfaction
will be guaranteed,   For partioul irs nddresB
3-4 2w        "COSTELLA," Postoffice, Vanoouver.
���VTOTICE in hertby given that Mr. A. E. Campbell
TN    ssvered hi-* conned ion with the Daily Telegram
on the 1st March, since whii'h time he hus had no all-
thoritv t'j transact business on behalf of this offioe.
W. J. GALLAGHER,
Manager Dahy Telegram.
FOR SALE
A    COMPLETE   OUTFIT,  consisting of
1 Sloop, registered !U tons
1 Fraser River Boat
1 Sealing Boat
1 Dog-fish Net
1 Seine Net
200 Coal Oil Tina
13 Kmpty Barrels
4 Coils Rope, with Dog-fish Hooka
THE    BOS
COMMERCIAL STREET, NANA.IMO, B. O
We will giatify your ambition to Buy Cheap and Give Extra
Good Qualitiea in tne Bargain.    The World a Beat in New Stylea at Low Figurea.
IMIEiISPS   <fc   BOY'S
Clothing, Hats, Caps and Rents' Furnishings
An unequalled assortment, inclding all the Newset Styles and Noveltiea of the Seaaon.
A Big Stock to be turned quick on Small Profits.
People who know what a Bargain ia, come into the "Box" and we will surprise you.
THE    "BOX"   CLOTHING   STORE,
8-ll-3m
T. L. Browne & Co.
For FINE FOOTWEAR
LADIES' AND GENTS'
DANCING -- SLIPPERS
ALSO
Apply
QfiORQE BEVILOCKWAY
c
entral Hotel
Dining Room
Best 25c. Meal in Town
MEAL TICKETS ISSUED-
81 Meals for $5.00,
At Any Hour, Night or Day
COMMERCIAL STREET, NANAIMO
6-4-lm        	
Brewers' Grains
rnENDERS ARE INVITED
For the Purchase of the Oraina made at
the Union Brewery.
W. _ NORRIS,
6-i-t Secretary
Staple Boots and Shoes
Rubber Goods and Over-gaiters
Go to
S-ll-4m
ORR & RENDELL
COMMERCIAL   STREET
ODD-FELLOWS*   BLOCK
Winter Specialties   .���
For Sale at the NANAIMO   PHARMACY
W.   E.  MoCARTNEY,  Manager
W. Clark's Balaam of Honey, a most efficacious remedy (or Coughs, Golds, tec.
For long- tandinjc Colds, Weak I.ihiu'h, and the after effec'H ot  La Grippe, uae o.ir
Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with Jamaica Rum.
F.r Bronohial Irritation and Maladies of  the Throat, so prevalent at this seas n, our
Bronchial Tablets will give Immediate relief.   Try them���only 25o per box.
Rose Glycerine Lotion, an exquisite toilet preparation for Chapped Face and
Hands or any Roughness of the Skin.
Telephone 11
THE NANAIMO PHARMACY, 44 Commercial Street
811-12m
Night Telephone
Pre-eminently Above Competition,
STANDS MY NEW STOCK OF
SPRING   SUITINGS
Superior in Quality, Greater in Assortment, Lower in Price,
than ever before.
Come early, examine the goods and learn the prices.
Determine in your own mind if I am not entitled to meiit
for placing before you exactly what you want at * sum you can
afford to pay. 	
thos. a. :vno:eGkA-:N\
TAILOR & IMPORTER OP FINE WOOLENS NANAIMO. B. C, WEDNESDAY. APRIL 11, 1894.
TEA
COFFEE
fEA
VERY
Just received a new consignment of
TEAS AND COFFEE
WHICH POR QUALITY AND PRICE CANNOT BE SURPASSED.
Having just secured the services of a 1st Class Tea Blender, we are now prepared to cater to the wants of the Public.   Oall early
and get Tea and Coffee to suit all tastes.
WALTER JONES & Co.,
s-n-6m
^VBLLinSTG-TOlSr,
l%\u ��mty Mt$nm.
WELLINGTON
BRANCH   OFFICE
Over C. Gribble's Barber Shop.
Orders for Subscriptions, Advertising
and Job Printing promptly attended to.
Agent ean be found at offioe from 1 to
6 p.m., and from 7 to 9 p.m. each day.
A. V. WILDMAN,
Agent.
���".Continued from page four.)
made to induce a desirable class of
farmers to settle in the country
and thereby avert the necessity of
importing auch large quantities of bread-
stuffs each year. The financial policy of the
Government was a sound one and he quoted
from Mr. Turner's annual report fuels and
figures refuting the statements made hy the
Opposition speakers. He accorded to Mr.
Keith all honor for his efforts in regard to
the Chinese questions but he believed the
plan adopted by Mr. D*vie in his mines
regulations bill lately introduced would do
far more to exclude Chinese and all dangerous persons from mines and was a wise
measure. It waa most desirable for the
Government to bring in outside capital to
develop the resources of the Province. Railways were wanted to open up the
country and he instanced the great
beneficial results from the building
of the C.P.R. We want an aggressive
policy in Britiah Columbia, a polioy that
will induce capital to oome in and build
railways and other public enterprises calculated to develop our resources. He was
satisfied Mr. Bryden would be elected, and
believed he would represent all interests
impartially. They would have in him a
co-laborer, a man who would represent the
district and not misrepresent it. Referring
to the Redistribution Bill he believed it to
be a fair meaaure. For instance, if the Government had desired to be selfish they would
not have divided the district, in which case
we would have had two Government membera returned from the district beyond a
doubt. The meeting then began to
break up, when Mr. Molnoes
extended an invitation to all to be present
at Northfield when he snid a fair hearing
would be accorded to everyone.
Mr. J. Horribin complained that one
reason the members did not visit the district more was because every time they
came to Wellington they had to pay 810 for
a hall while in Northfield they could get a
ball for nothing.
Mr. Sharp explained that the Government
supporters also paid for the hall. It was
the property of the Masons and everyone
was treated alike who desired to use it.
Rousing and prolooged oheers were then
given for Mr. Bryden and the  Government.
The "Black Jachcrs" Take Flight.
Seattle, April 10.���By the exodus of
colored men from 0. K. Harry's saloon at
the oorner of Commercial and Washington
streetB yeaterday afternoon it might have
been surmised "that a conflict in which
razors were trumps had taken place. As a
matter of fact, however, the only trouble
arose from the faot that Chief of Police Willard had walked into a room in the rear of
the aaloon where about twenty colored men
were congregated playing blackjack. No
aooner had the chief appeared than every
colored man conaidered it hia duty to disappear hy the neareat door. Such a unanimity
of opinion made the crush wonderful to witness, and the chief could acarcely refrain
from laughter.
Harry Hagenmaker, who runs the aaloon,
Baid he knew nothing about the game, and
that the party muat have "sneaked in."
The table and chips were taken to headquarters and dumped into the yard. The
table will require fixing before it can be
uaed again.
Cheap for cash.���Sewing machine; runa
easily, aewa beautifully. Can be seen at
Gribble's barber ahop. 21-3-tf
When you want first-class job printing
remember the Daily Teleoram.
Trapping All Winter.
Messrs. E. Gartley and Lawless returned
yeBterday from a hunting trip to Nanaimo
Like. They report the trail in bad condition being considerably overlaid in places
hy f,illeu trees. The snow on the mountain
iB shout four or five feet deep still. C.
Pollard, who has been trapping out there
all winter, haa quite a number of bear, wolf,
beaver, martin and mink furs.
C. H. Gribble, the tonsorial artist, is competing with the times by ooming down to
popular prices Shaving, 15c; by the
month, $1.00. Hair cut, 25c; children,
15o. Hairdressing and shampooing for
ladies, 50c 8-4-tf
For   the   largest and   finest   Btock    for
Watches. Jewelry, Silverware, etc., go to
E. MERMAN,
The Leading Jeweller,
Wellington, B.C.
Watches aent   by   mail   to   be repaired
promptly attended to and returned.   6-1 6m
JAMES ATKINSON
NORTHFIELD
MEAT MARKET
Having purchased the business in
Northfield of
Hull Brothers & Co.
i
I   WILL   OPEN   ON
1st FEBRUABY, 1894
In the same premises, with a Choioe
Seleotion of the Primest
Meats, Foultpy, Game* Vegetables
FRUITS   IN   SEASON
I trust for the continuance of the ous-
torn of my friends and the public.
1  James Atkinson.
Bakery For Sale
A First-class Bakery
Good House, fully furnished ; one
Horae, two sleighs and Wagon in
thorough running order; good connection ; steady trade ;
To  Be  Sold   Cheap.
Owner going to Europe
Apply
HCNRY H. DILLON
Real Estate Agent
6-4 Wellington, B. C.
A GREAT
RUSH :
At THB
UNION BAKEBY
BASTION   STREET,
FOR    BREAD
PROCLAIMED BY ALL AS THE BEST
AND    LARGEST    LOAVES   OBTAINED   IN   THE   CITY
FOR   THE   PRICE.
16 LOAVES FOR $1 GASH
28-2 lm
F. ROWBOTHAM.
���
The Shawnigan Lake Lumber Co., Ld.
SUCCESSORS TO THE SHAWNIGAN LAKE LUMBER COMPANY.
Dealers In all kinds of
(fe
L
Yards at Viotoria and Wellington, B. C.
Offloe���Discovery St., Viotoria.  Telephone 1*82.
WM. MUNSIE.
���28-8 lm Secretary.
T. ELFOBD,
Manager.
*
THE OLD RELIABLE
Issues Policies on all the Latest Plans.
ON TONTINE POLICIES THEY EETURN ALL PREMIUMS PAID IN ADDITION TO
.    SUM INSURED.
Policies Nonforfeitable,  Nonconditional  and  Incontestable.
ABSOLUTE SECURITY���All  monies  invested  in  Canada.
Policies can  be  revived any  time  within  one  year  without  examination.
LOA^S  advanced  by  Company  on  Policies.     See  our  LIFE  RATE  Endowment  Policies.
GEO. D. SCOTT, Provincial Manager,
Telephone 242.
411 Hastings St., Vancouver.
No _*_���___���
0RTHERN
EAILWAT
Across Five Great States
Trains leave Seattle daily at 11:10 p. m.
for
NELSON,
SPOKANE,
HELENA,
KASLO,
BDTTE,
ST. PAUL,
And all points East and South.
Trains leave Vancouwer daily at 9 a.
m., for Seattle and  all  points  on the
Sound.
Trains arrive at Seattle at 5:30 p. m.,
from British Columbia.
ELEGANT UPHOLSTERED
Tourist - Sleeping - Cars
ON ALL TRAINS.
For further particulars oall or address
MARCUS WOLFE,
Or Nanaimo, B. C.
P. I. WHITNEY.
20 3tf G.P.&T.A.. St. Paul. Minn
SYRUP OF
WHITE PINE TAR
 AND	
"WTLID    CHERRY
A Remedy that acts like a charm in
the euro of all tbe ordinary
affections of the
THROAT   AND   LUNGS.
THE REMEDY for LA GRIPPE
NEROLINE
For  Chopped  Hands,   Face  and  Lips.
Rough, Hard and all unpleasant
conditions of  the Skin of
like  character.
There is nothing like it to
CURE, CLEAN AND WHITEN.
The Crescent Pharmacy    '
DRUGGIST 8-ll-Um
Victoria Crescent
SPRING   SAMPLES   TO   HAND.
English and Seoteh Worsted and Tweeds
COME AND SELECT A SPRING SUIT.   FIT WARRANTED.
THOS.    L.    DAVIES,
MASONIC   BUILDING.
COMMERCIAL   STREET
6-12 6m
WELLINGTON LI VERY STABLES
WELLINGTON,   B.C.
TEAMSTER
AND DRAYMAN
First-Class Single and Double Turnouts
AT   REASONABLE   RATES
Coal, vVood and Lumber Hauling
Prompitly Attended to
TERMS   CASH
S-ll-tf
WM. KEDDY'S
IDTl^rZ-XTTG-,
LIVERY
Boarding, Haeks snd '.leStables
First Door North Wilson Hotel.
Telephone Bn. HACKS IN 0ONNFOTION,
Livery - Teaming - Express
HALIBURTON ST. STABLE
Most Popolar Place io Nanaimo to Secure-
A Ooi iforttble Double Carriage.
A Handsome Single Buggy.
A Fine Saddle Home.
Prompt and Oare'til Teaming.
Kxprew Van available at. any time.
And PRICES ARE RIGHT.
J. H. COCKING,
Telephone Oall, Hi.      8-11 tf      Proprietor.
EGGS FOR
HATCHING
FROM PURE BRED
WHITE   :
LEGHORNS
My Cookerele took First and Second Prize; Pulle
First, and Hens tied  on Second, at the
Nanaimo Poultry Show in Dec, 1S93.
THIS   YEAR'S LIST:
Eggs      ....      $2.60 per 13
COCKERELS FOR SALE.    JAS. SHARP,
11-1 lm Wellington, B. 0'
McLeod The Tailor
LEADS
THEM
ALL
IN LOW PBICES * GOOD YALOE
GIVE   HIM   A   OALL
Next to the International Hotel
MS 3m \
NANAIMO, B. C��� WEDNESDAI, APRIL 11.1894.
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To Subsepibep.^ of Daily Telegram
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THE WILSON TARIFF.
The Wilsou tariff bill still drags its slow
length along in the Americin Senate.
There are some who say that it wilt be
months yet Dtfore the bill is passed, while
others go the length of saying that it will
not be passed at all. This last, we think, is
an error. Tne bill will be passed sometime,
but how fcoou it is impossible to say. It
cannot be denied that nearly half the
American people iB irreconcilably opposed to
it. The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, which ie
one of the strongest and ablest opponents of
the bill in the Republican press, speaks as
follows in a recent issue of its chances of
being at last passed by Congress:
" The report that President Cleveland's
" veto of the seigniorage silver bill has seri-
" ously impaired the prospects of passing
" the Wilson tariff bill, we do not believe.
" It is true that the Southern Bourbons and
" Democratic Western Populists ate exceed-
" ingly anxious to enact free silver or some
" form of inflation, whether silver or silver
" paper, but they are just aB anxious to
" enact the sectional Wilson tariff bill.
" They know that Mi. Cleveland has so
" completely burned liis bridges behind him
" that he will be sure to veto auy form uf
" legislation looking toward free silver or
" increased silver currency whether of silver
or silver paper. They cannot pass such a
" measure over his veto in either hoUBe of
" congress, and any attempt to attach
"a Bilver "rider" to the Wilson
" tariff bill would not bring the President
" to terms, bo that the Southern BourbonB
" and Western Democratic Populists will be
" obliged to take a half loaf in the shape of
" the Wilson tariff bill or no bread, for
" President Cleveland will never sign a
" tariff bill that is inconsistent with his
" message, urging the passage of the Sher-
" man silver purchase repeal bill or his veto
" of the Bland silver seigniorage bill, and
" since the Wilson tariff bill is sure to be
" vetoed if a 'silver rider' is attached, it
" is morally certain that it will be passed
" without a 'silver rider,' because the South
" desires its passage, and they will never
" lose a whole loaf by refusing lo accept
"half a loaf."
This opinion, we think, is sound. The
South is all-powerful in this Congress, and
as the Wilson tariff favors Southern interests more than it favors Northern ones, the
Southern members may be depended on to
foroe it through, sooner or later; but it may
be several months yet before the bill becomes law.
The ioe in the St. Lawrence is expeoted
to go at any moment. Navigation will
probably open a couple of weeks earlier
than usual. 	
Mr. Gladstone seems to be enjoying his
enforced leisure. Writing to a friend, he
says: "If anyone asks you how I am, tell
him that I feel like a disestablished ohuroh,
with braoing breezes blowing around me."
Don and Co.'s weekly report for the past
week states that the number of failures in
Canada were 26, against 28 for the same
week last year. In the United States the
failures for the past week were 249, againat
196 last year.
Ms. Huddart appears virtually to have
determined on Southampton, as the British
terminus, of the new Atlantic line of fast
mail steamers whioh he is promoting. He
says he has become convinced of its paramount advantages.
President Cleveland has approved the
Behring Sea bill passed by Congress for the
enforcement of the Paris award. The British
bill on the subject will also become law in a
day or two.
Lord Rosebery's Government has sustained a defeat on a private bill opposed by
the administration. It iB supposed that
Lord Rosebery will soon be forced to ask
for a dissolution. His majority is becoming
smaller every week and more precarious.
The House of Representatives has paBsed
the Senate bill to put in operation the re-
comme_dations of the Behring Sea court of
arbitration. The British bill on the same
subject has passed its second reading
in the House of Commons after an interesting debate.
It is reported from St. John, Newfoundland, that the Government there has telegraphed to the Imperial authorities, asking
that the British warshipa engaged in protecting the fisheries during the Bummer
months, be Bent to St. John without delay,
as trouble is feared.
It does not appear that the abolition of
capital punishment is likely to be extensively adopted by the American people. An
American exchange has the following on the
subject:
"The question of capital punishment has
" just been brought before the Iowa legislature, but a proposition to do away with
" the death penalty was eaBily defeated.
" The greatest obstacle encountered by the
" advocates of the change ia that the
" promised advantages have not been reaped
" in those states which have tried the ex-
" periment. On the contrary Michigan,
" which has tested the new system for forty
" years, seems inclined to return to the old
" one, a bill restoring the death penalty
" having passed one branch of the last
"legislature."
(Continued from page one.)
man, he would go to Victoria to represent
the interest of his own class.
Mr. Bryden���What do you mean by class?
Keith���You are practically an employer
and from your position you would have to
serve the interests of your employers.
Mr. Bryden���My position is identical
with Ihat of any other employee of the
colliery.
Keiih���You are the supeiintei dent and
your interests do not coincide with tbe
miners.
VI i*. Sharpe���Yes they do.
Keith���Well, if that, is the case, all right.
A voice���You slmu'd have supported Mr.
D.vie's idea nt excluding all f* reigneis from
the mines, win* cannot, speak English. You
and other union meu talk nbiut excluding
Chinese from working in the mines, and also
from competing with white labor but I find
union men employing Chinese in their
gardens whenever they can get their labor
ten cents a day cheaper than white labor,
while white men are walking about, idle. I
am opposed tn Chinese living in the country,
but I tinil that you aud other union mon
simply want to protect your own labor
which is a Belli-h principle.
Mr. Keith���I understood all the speakers
to say	
A voice���Would you prohibit a man from
earning a living because he did not belong to
the Miners and Mine Lahirers' Union?
Keith    I refuse to answer.
Voice���Did you ever try to do so.
Keith���I refuse to answer. The miho
questioner insisting on an answer. Mr.
Keith exclaimed that a fool could ask more
questions in a minute than a wise man could
answer in an hour.
At this juncture Mr. John Horribin the
secretary jumped upandaaid hewouldanswer
the question for Mr. Keith by saying he
wouui exclude all men from working who
did not helnng to the uuion,
Mr. Keiih in explanation said that Belf-
preBervation ia tho first law of nature, and
that, in a case of this kind *.�� in all others he
believed majorities should rule and what
the majority deoided he would stand by it.
Voice���If you endorse the principle that
majorities should rule you should support
the present Government.
Keith (after a aomewhat lengthy wrangle
subsided)���Had I supported that principle
in regard to the Government I would have
violated every pledg ��� I made   when elected.
A voice���Mr. Keiih, do you mean to say
you would be blindly led by tho majority!
Have jou no brains of your own?
Mr. Badcock���You were accused of
jobbery in the private bills committee.
Mr. Keith���If the gintleman were posted
he would not make that statement. Myself
and Mr. Semlin were the only two exculpated and honorably acquitted of unfair
conduot in that matter.
Mr. Bryden���Haa the Government not
introduced a bill to exclude Chinese?
Keith���Yes; the bill haa just been handed
to me, but I might say in regard to it that
it is not worth the paper it is printed on
('brewing it aside with a superior and contemptuous air).
This ended Mr. Keith's chapter.
Mr. Sharp then said he would like to say
a few words and upon taking the platform
was received with rounds of applause. He
would have been better pleased if nothing
personal had come up, but Mr. Mclnnes had
practically charged him with trying to intimidate the men when he rose to a point of
order in Mr. Campbell's defenoe.
Mr. Mclnnes denied having done so, and
the matter was dropped.
Mr. Sharp, continuing, said that not since
the last election had he seen either Mr.
McKenzie or Mr. Foster in the neighborhood and he hoped that if elected again
these gentlemen would not neglect their
constituencies as they had done in this case.
Had the Government members been present to night he was satisfied that the
speakers would have been more careful in
making statements. There was much to be
said in defence of Mr. Davie and his Government. If there were more men like Mr.
Davie in the oountry there wonld be more
go-ahead in the country. (Cheers). The
three great interests in the Province were
mining, agriculture and timber. The pros' ut Government had done muoh to develop
these, especially the agricultural industry.
He then referred to the good work being
done by tbe Department of Agriculture
which, he said, was only in its infancy as
yet. The report issued a short, time sinoe
contained a vast amount of information
which would be of great value to the farmers
io determining the kinds of products to raise
in this Provinoe. Every effort was being
(Continued on page Ova)
INSURANCE
REAL  ESTATE
MARCUS WOLFE
T*XTTJ*L.TrCX^A.T,  ���_*:_.  G-E_sTE_^^._J   OOMMTSSIOIT   BROKEB '*,
Room 11, Johnston  ��ock, Commercial Street, Nanaimo, B. C.
v_^_nsro ott ^
OITY
I have now on Sale a large list of very CHOICE INSIDE PROPERTY, which is offered as exceptionally LOW PRICES and
terms, located in
SUB-DIVISION 302, Fronting on False Oreek.
Sub-division 185, East End.    The choicest Residental Property in the City.    Sub-division 541, near Hotel Vancouver.
Terms:���J Cash; 6, 12 and 18 months, with 7 per cent, interest.     Call in for particulars.
THE DIRECT WAY to the Famous KOOTENAY MINING COUNTRY is via the Great Northern Railway
NEW  CHATHAM  BUNT
SINGLE AND DOUBLE.
Farm and Team Wagons k Dump Carts
WIDE   AND   NARROW   TIRE8   AS   DESIRED.
RECEIVED   THE   HIGHEST   MEDALS   AND   DIPLOMAS   AT   THE   WORLD'S   FAIR.
RALPH   CRAIG,
NANAIMO CARRIAGE WORKS
BASTION   STREET   BRIDGE,
IS   THE   SOLE   AGENT   FOR   VANCOUVER   ISLAND
An  Assortment  of Buggies and  Spring  Carts
On hand, which will be disposed of at the Lowest Possible Price.
Horse Shoeing and General Blacksmithing
Attended to with care and dispatch, and all country orders promptly attended to.
PRIOES RIGHT.
NOTE THE ADDRESS.
Yes You Do.
You want office stationery and we know
it. We have provided for your wants
accordingly and can supply you
with anything in the way of bill heads, envelopes, letter heads, posters, etc, etc., on
the shortest notice, at reasonable prices.
Don't forget the place���The Daily Tele-
WANTED.
T
IWO FURNISHED ROOMS lor light houskecping.
7-4 2t   Apply, stating price, to D.P. this onice.
LOST.
A
GOLIJ l'IN���Finder will lie paid twice its value
on leaving it at this office. 3-4 3t
FOR SALE.
T_E_I__]
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NE TWENTY STAMP QUARTZ MILL.     In use
twelve months.   At a bargain.
8-4 Address box 81, Vancouver.
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AN ENGLISH LADY, holding College Certificates,
W'Hlies tigtve Ks'ons in  MubIc, .singing and
Frmch, at the h**iiies of puiils, where satisfaction
will lie iiuuraiit<ied.    Kor jiarticul irs addresH
3-4 2w        "COSTELLA," Postoffice, Vancouver.
NOTICE is hereby given that Mr. A. E. Campbell
s-vered hi< conned ion with the Daily Telegram
on the 1st March, silife whulh t...ie he hus had no authority to transact business on behalf of this office.
W. J. GALLAGHER,
Manager Daly Telegram.
FOR SALE
A    COMPLETE   OUTFIT,  consisting of
1 Sloop, registered 9J tons
1 Fraaer River Boat
1 Sealing Boat
1 Dog-fish Net
1 Seine Net
200 Coal Oil Tins
13 Empty Barrels
4 Coils Rope, with Dog-fish Hooks
Apply
QKURQE BEVILOCKWAY
c
entral Hotel
Dining Room
Best 25c. Meal in Town
MEAL TICKETS ISSUED-
21 Meals for $5.00,
At Any Hour, Night or Day
COMMERCIAL STREET, NANAIMO
5-4-lm 	
Brewers' Grains
mZNDERS ARE INVITED
For the Purchase of the Grains made at
the Union Brewery.
W. K. NORRIS,
6.4-1 Secretary
COMMERCIAL STREET, NANA.IMO, B. O
We will giatify your ambition to Buy Cheap and Give Extra
Good Qualities in tne Bargain.    The World s Best in New Styles at Low Figures.
___iE:;_srs & boit's i
Clothing, Hats, Caps and Rents' Furnishings
An unequalled assortment, inclding all the Newset Styles and Novelties of the Season.   I |
A Big Stock to be turned quick on Small Profits.
People who know what a Bargain is, come into the "Box" and we will surprise you.
THE    "BOX"   CLOTHING   STORE,
T. L. Browne & Co.
8-11-Sm
For FINE FOOTWEAR
LADIES' AND GENTS'
DANCING -- SLIPPERS
 ALSO	
Staple Boots and Shoes
Rubber Goods and Over-gaiters
Go to
S-ll-4m
ORR & RENDELL
COMMERCIAL   STREET
ODD-FELLOWS'   BLOCK
Winter Specialties   ;���
For Sale at the NANAIMO   PHARMACY
W.  E.  MoCARTNEY,  Manager
W. Clark's Balaam of Honey, a most efficacious remedy for Coughs, Colds, &o.
For long- landing Colds, Weak Lungs, and the alter etteo's of  La Grippe, use o.ir
Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with Jamaica Rum.
K>* r Bronohlal Irritation and Maladies of  the Throat, so prevalent at thia seas n, our
Bronchial Tablets will give Immediate relief.   Try them���only 26e per box.
Rose Glycerine Lotion, an exquisite toilet preparation (or Chapped Faoe and
Hands or any Roughness of the Skin,
Telephone 81
THE NANAIMO PHARMACY, 44 Commercial Street
 8-n-i2m         Night Telephone
Pre-eminently Above Competition,
STANDS MY NEW STOCK OF
SPRING   SUITINGS
Superior in Quality, Greater in Assortment, Lower in Price,
than ever before.
Come early, examine the goods and learn the prices.
Determine in your own mind if I am not entitled to meiit
for placing before you exactly what you want at t�� sum you can
afford to pay. 	
THOS.   C.   MOlRGkAJST,
TAILOR & IMPORTER OF FINE WOOLENS
l NANAIMO. ��. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1894.
o
TEA
COFFEE
TEA
VERY
Just received a new consignment of
TEAS AND COFFEE
WHICH FOR QUALITY AND PRICE CANNOT BE SURPASSED.
Having just secured the services of a 1st Class Tea Blender, we are now prepared to cater to the wants of the Public.   Oall early
and get Tea and Coffee to suit all tastes.
WALTER JONES & Co.,
8-ll-6m
WELLINGTON,   B.   O.
Itlxt fail]* Mtpm.
WELLINGTON
BRANCH   OFFICE
Over C. Gribble's Barber Shop.
Orders for Subscriptions, Advertising
and Job Printing promptly attended to.
Agent ean be found at offloe from 1 to
6 p.m., and from 7 to 9 p.m. eaoh day.
A. V. WILDMAN,
Agent.
(Continued from page four.)
made to induce a desirable class of
farmers to settle in the country
and thereby avert the necessity of
importing such large quantities of bread-
stuffs each year. The financial policy of the
Government was a sound one and he quoted
from Mr. Turner's annual report facts and
figures refuting the statements made >>y the
Opposition speakers. He accorded to Mr.
Keith all honor for his efforts in regard to
the Chinese questions but he believed the
plan adopted by Mr. Davie in liis mines
regulations bill lately introduced would do
far more to exclude Chinese and all dangerous persons from mines and was a wise
measure. It was most desirable fnr the
Government to bring in outside capital to
develop the resources of the Province. Railways were wanted to open up the
oountry and he instanced the great
beneficial results from the building
of the C.P.R. We want an aggressive
policy in British Columbia, a policy tbat
will induce capital to oome in and build
railways and other public enterprises calculated to develop our resources. He was
satisfied Mr. Bryden would be elected, and
believed he would represent all interests
impartially. They would have in him a
eo-laborer, a man who would represent the
district and not misrepresent it. Referring
to the Redistribution Bill he believed it to
be a fair measure. For instance, if the Government had desired to be selfish they would
not have divided the distriot, in which case
we would have had two Government members returned from the district beyond a
doubt. The meeting then began to
break up, when Mr. Mclnnes
extended an invitation to all to be present
at Northfield when he said a fair hearing
would be accorded to everyone.
Mr. J. Horribin complained that one
reason the members did not visit the district more was because every time they
came to Wellington they had to pay $10 for
a hall while in Northfield they could get a
hall for nothing.
Mr. Sharp explained that the Government
supporters also paid for the ball. It was
the property of the Manons and everyone
was treated alike who desired to use it.
Rousing and prolonged cheers were then
given for Mr. Bryden and the Government.
The "Blaok Jackcrs" Take Flight.
Seattle, April 10.���By the exodus of
colored men from O. K. Harry's saloon at
the oorner of Commercial and Washington
streets yesterday afternoon it might have
been surmised "that a conflict in which
ra/ors were trumps had taken place. As a
matter of fact, however, the only trouble
arose from the fact that Chief of Police Willard had walked into a room in the roar of
the saloon where about twenty colored men
were congregated playing blackjack. No
sooner had the chief appeared than every
colored man considered it his duty to disappear by the nearest door. Such a unanimity
of opinion made the crush wonderful to witness, and the ohief could scarcely refrain
from laughter.
Harry Hagenmaker, who runs the saloon,
said he knew nothing about the game, and
that the party must have "sneaked in."
The table and chips were taken to headquarters and dumped into the yard. The
table will require fixing before it can be
used again.
Cheap for cash.���Sewing machine; runs
easily, sews beautifully. Can be seen at
Gribble's barber shop. 21-3-tf
When you want first-claBB job printing
remember the Daily Telegram.
Trapping All Winter.
Messrs. E. Gartley and Lawless returned
yesterday from a hunting trip to Nanaimo
Lake. They report the trail in bad condition being considerably overlaid in places
hy fallen trees. The bhow on the mountain
is about four or five feet deep still. C.
Pollard, who has been trapping out there
all winter, has quite a number of bear, wolf,
beaver, martin and mink furs.
C. H. Gribble, the tonsorial artist, is competing with the times by coming down to
popular prices Shaving, 15c; by the
month, $1.00. Hair cut, 25c; children,
15c. Hairdressing and shampooing for
ladies, 50c. 8-4-tf
For   the   largest and   finest   stock   for
Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, etc., go to
E. MERMAN,
The Leading Jeweller,
Wellington, B.C.
Watches sent   by   mail   to   be repaired
promptly attended to and returned.    6-1 6m
JAMES ATKINSON
NORTHFIELD
MEAT MARKET
Having purchased the business In
Northfield of
Hull Brothers & Co.
t
I   WILL   OPEN   ON
1st FEBRUABY, 1894
In the same premises, with a Choioe
Seleotion of the Primest
Heats, Foultpy, Game & Vegetables
FRUITS   IN   SEASON
I trust for the continuance of the custom of my friends and the public.
2?  James Atkinson.
Bakery For Sale
A First-class Bakery
Good House, fully furnished ; one
Horse, two sleighs and Wagon in
thorough running order; good connection ; steady trade ;
To Be  Sold  Cheap.
Owner going to Europe
Apply
HCNRY H. DILLON
Real Estate A^ent
6-4 Wellington, B. C.
A GREAT
RUSH  :
AT THS
UNION BAKEBY
BASTION   STREET,
FOR    BREAD
PROCLAIMED BY ALL AS TBE BEST
ANO    LARGEST    LOAVES   OBTAINED   IN   THE    CITY
FOR   THE   PRICE.
16 LOAVES FOR $1 GASH
28-2 lm F. ROWBOTHAM.
*
The ShawDJgan lake Lumber Co., II
SUCCESSORS TO THE SHAWHICAN LAKE LUMBER COMPANY.
Dealers In all kinds ot
Yard* at Viotoria and Wellington. B. C.
Offloe���Discovery St.,
Viotoria.
Telephone 1(2.
WM
MUNBIE.
T. ELFORD,
��-Clm
Secretary.
Manager
*
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Policies can   be  revived any  time  within  one  year  without examination.
LOA'VS  advanced by  Company on  Policies.    See  our LIFE RATE Endowment Policies.
GEO. D. bCOTT, Provincial Manager,
Telephone 242.
6-3 6m
411 Hastings St., Vancouver.
Ng-:r.e__t
ORTHERN
:r__i:t_w__-_-
Across Five Great States
Trains leave Seattle daily at 11:10 p. m.
for
NELSON,
SPOKANE,
HELENA,
KASLO,
BDTTE,
ST. PAUL,
And all points East and South.
Trains leave Vancouwer daily at 9 a.
m., for Seattle and  all  points  on the
Sound.
Trains arrive at Seattle at 5:30 p. m���
from British Columbia.
ELEGANT UPHOLSTERED
Tourist - Sleeping - Cars
ON ALL TRAINS.
For further particulars call or address
MARCUS WOLFE,
Or Nanaimo, B. C.
P. I. WHITNEY.
20 stt G.P.&T.A.. St. Paul, Minn
SYRUP OP
WHITE PINE TAR
 AND	
"WIXJD    CHERRY
A Remedy that acts like a charm in
the core of all the ordinary
affections of the
THROAT   AND   LONGS.
THE REMEDY for LA GRIPPE
NEROLINE
For  Chopped  Hands,   Face  and  Lips.
Rough, Hard and all unpleasant
conditions  of   the  Skin  of
like  oharaoter.
There le nothing like it to
CURE,   CLEAN  AND   WHITEN.
The Crescent Pharmaey
DRUGGIST 81112m
Victoria Cresoent
SPRING   SAMPLES   TO   HAND.
English and Seoteh Worsted and Tweeds
COME AND SELECT A SPRING SUIT.   FIT WARRANTED.
THOS
MASONIC   BUILDING.
DAVIES,
COMMERCIAL  STREET
6-12 6m
WELLINGTON LI VERY STABLES
WELLINGTON,   B.C.
r
U
TEAMSTER
AND DRAYMAN
First-Class Single and Double Turnouts
AT   REASONABLE   RATES
Ooal, Wood and Lumbar Hauling
Prornftly Attended to
TERMS   CASH
8-n-ti
WM. KEDDY'S
TDTlATZ-XTTGr,
LIVERY
Boarding, Hacks and vale Stables
First Door North Wilson Hotel.
Telephone flu. HACKS IN CONNECTION.
0-1-'   f
Livery - Teamiog - Express
HALIBURTON ST. STABLE
Most Popular Place io Nanaimo to Secure-
A ComfortiWe Double Carriage.
A Handsome Single Buggy.
A Pine Saddle Horse.
Prompt and Care'ul Teaming.
Express Van available at any time.
And PRICES ARE RIGHT.
J. H. COCKING,
Telephone o��ii, 86.      8-ii ti     Proprietor.
EGGS FOR
HATCHING
FROM PURE BRED
"WHITE   :
LEGHORNS
Hy Cockerels took First and Second Prize; Pulle
First, ami Hens tied  on Second, at the
Nanaimo Poultry Show in Dec, 1S93.
THIS   YEAR'S LIST:
Eggs     ....     $2.60 per IS
COCKERELS FOR SALE.    JAS. SHARP,
11-1 lm Wellington, B. 0'
McLeod The Tailor
LEADS
THEM
ALL
IN LOW PRICES ft HOOD VALUE
GIVE   HIM   A   OALL
Next to the International Hotel
7-12 301 6
NANAIMO, B. C. WEDNESDAY, APK1L 11, 1894.
��*��
jjSsi
Pbkovixcial Secretary's Office,
March 24th, 1S94-
HIS HONOR the Lieutenant Governor has
beeu pleased to appoint the following
pereonB to be Collectors of Provincial Voters
for the several Electoral Districts as constituted by the "Legislative Electorates and
Elections Act, 1S94," viz.: ���
Henry T. I'ukift, for Westminster Electoral District, Riding of Delta.
L. XX. PAlsi.KY.for Westminster Electoral
District, Riding of Chilliwhack.
R. G. Clarke, for Westminster Electoral
District, Riding of Dewdney.
ROBERT McBride, for Westminster Electoral District, Riding of Richmond.
W. B. TuwNsKNii, for New Westminster
City Electoral District.
John McAllister, for Vancouver City
Electoral District.
Joseiii Birr, for Yale Electoral Distiiot,
West Riding.
Wm. M. Cochrane, for Yale Eleotoral
District, East Riding.
Ernest T. XV. Peak.se for Yale Electoral
District, North Riding.
Ewes Bell, for Lillooet Electoral District, East Ridine.
Casi'ER Phai'r, for Lillooet Electoral District, West Riding.
W. J. GOEPEL, for West Kootenay Electoral District, South Riding.
Tuos. L. Ham, for West Kootenay Electoral District, North Riding.
Frederick Noriiury, tor E��st Kootenay
Electoral District.
John Stevenson, for Cariboo Electoral
District.
W. H. Dempster, for Cassiar Electoral
District.
J. B. McKillioan, for Victoria City
Electoral District.
John Newmgcini:, for North Victoria
Electoral District.
James W. Meldram, for South Victoria
Electoral District.
Wm. J. Rant, for Esquimalt Electoral
Distriot.
H. 0. Wellburx, for Cowiohan-Alberni
Electoral District.
Herbert Stanton, for Nanaimo City
Electoral District.
Georce Thomson, for North Nanaimo
Electoral District,
Samuel Drake, for South Nanaimo Electoral District.
XV. B. Anderson, for Comox Electoral
District.
And His Honor the Lieutenant-Governor
has been pleased to appoint the following
persons to be Distributing Collectors under
the said Act in the following places, viz.:���
Charles Warwick. . .in New Westminster
City.
James McIntosh in Kamloops.
NapoleonFnv.sTt'r.iis.in Nelson.
Joel Broadwell in North Victoria.
Frederick Soces in Clinton.
Mark Bate  in Nanaimo City.
M
Provincial Secretary's Office,
22nd March, 1894.
PURSUANT to the powers conferred in
that behalf hy section 22 of the "Legislative Electorates and Elections Act, 1894,"
His Honor the Lieutenant-Governor, in
Council has been pleased to order, and it is
hereby ordered, that the form of claim to
vote hereto appended bo substituted for
Form A in the Schedule to the "Provincial
Voters Act."
By Command,
JAMES BAKER,
Provincial Secretary.
REGISTRATION  OF PROVINCIAL
VOTERS.
Notice  of Claim  to  be   Given   to  the
Collector.
(To the Collector of the Electoral District of
I, the undersigned, claim to have my
name inserted in the Register of Voters for
the
Electoral District, in virtue of my being a
British subject of the full age of twenty-one
years, having resided in this Province for
twelve months, and in the said Electoral
District for two months immediately previous to the date hereof, and not being disqualified by any law in force in this
Province.
Dated at in the Province of British
Columbia, this day of 18   .
Signature
(All Christian names and surnames to be iriven at
lull length.)
Residence	
(Full particulars to he given, suoh as number of
house, it any, name of street, if any, etc., ao that
applicant's UBiial place ot abode may be easily
ascertained.)
Procession, trade or calling	
Interrogatories lo be answered by claimants
for enrolment as Provincial voters.
1. What is your Christian name, surname,
place of residence and occupation?
2. Are you of the  full   age of twenty-one
years?
3. Are you a   natural-born or naturalized
subject, and which?
4. Have you ever taken the oath of allegi
ance to any foreign state or been
naturalized as a subjeot of a foreign
state, and if so have you since been
naturalized as a British subject, and
when and where?
5. Have you resided iu the Province of Brit
ish Columbia for twelve months prior to
the date of your application to be registered as a Provinoial voter*!
6. Have you resided or had your ohief place
of abode in this Electoral District for a
continuous period of two months prior
to this date? If not in this Distriot, in
what (if any) Electoral Distriot?
7. Are you now registered as a Provincial
voter in any Electoral District in British Columbia? (If the answer be yes.) In
what District?
8. Do you now   reside   in   the Distriot for
which yon apply ���<>   be   registered as a
Provincial voter?
On what premises do you reside?
Signature,..	
Witness,,.	
(Ohorus���all together, boys.)
As I walk along Commercial Street,
With an independent air,
You can hear the boys declare
Kitchin is the Auctionaire.
You can hear them sigh,
You can hear them say they'd rather die,
You cau tee them wink the other eye,
At the man, their friend, the Auctioneer.
AnCTIO_T!I
THOMAS
KITCHIN
WILL SELL ON
SATURDAY,   APRIL   14,
At 7 p. m., sharp, at the
EXCHANGE   AUCTION  ROOMS
JOHNSTON'S BLOOK,
LOTS
Only one block off Wentworth street and within
FIFTEEN MINUTES WALK QF THE POSTOFFICE
This is an opportunity to acquire good property that must double
in value.
For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer at his Saleroom
at above address.
Easy   Terms   if  Desired
KASLO
All the latest news from Kaslo is good, and
note the following:
SILVER
is going up. An advance of six points during last
week, and will steadily advance from now on.
GET IN!   GET IN!
at old price and v^ry easy terms. You must make
big money. You cannot possibly go wrong. You
must not miss this chance of a lifetime.
SAYS SO, AND HE IS RIGHT. LNANAIMO. B. (., WEDNESDAY, APUIL 11. 1894.
fy KATE JOBDAS.
tOopyright, MOB, by J. B. I.ipptnoott OrtwsJmV
and published br special mrnmmxrmsT\jsm
-Virginiar
woro that look.   He shot himself.    If be
hadn't, I think he wonld have gone mud."
Sho threw oat h-sr hands in a gesture
��       of pain.
"Yes���eocna. We 000 get Ms cmXrrm
at the box offloe. If not, I know where
the manager lives. Comet Too will go
with me, won't your
He made no answer in word*, bat gss-
inpf down into her questioning eyes a
flood of fealty poured from his, a long,
yearning, inspiring glance of passion
that thrilled her to the cose of
MedaooJ. 	
CHAPTER XV.
Boereety 10 minutes later Tom
his sitting room. It was dark. He hated
the darkness. He wanted light���hfiht to
keep the terrors from crowding upon him
���an invisible, awful horde. He lit the
lamp, staggered to tlie sinking tire uud
fell exhausted into a chair, where he sat
with heavily hanging arms and head
fallen forward. His breath came in
spurts, his heart was in his throat, his
wide, circled eyes were sightless, bnt his
inward vision was the more hideously
acute. Oh, God. the pathos of what he
aawl
One after another he ravtwwd the
wickednesses, the degradations of his
life. How closely they pressed together
���a series of steps, each one lower, forming a stairway and descending iuto a
gulf 1 He stood faltering upon the edge
of the last, tbe darkness hungry for his
soul, the roar of an incoming torrent in
his ears.
Tonight he had stood tsoe to face with
Virginia, not with the white memory
which had always followed him, but
with the living woman whose warm,
fragrant lips had surrendered to his kiss
for one ecstatic moment, long, long ago.
Oh, that fervent, remembesed kaast Oh,
her decip, mystical eyesl
Those eyesl Ah, they had *���_**] bim
through and through, making Us blood
leap and shiver! Her power was still
unshaken in his soul���nay, she was indeed his soul, for near her he felt and understood more keenly, and life took on a
deeper meaning. She was his light, his
breath, his revelation, with power in the
small compass of oue giaooe to save
him even from himself.
But she was lost tc Urn kmtisat. With
the sight of Dawson's face bad oome the
thought of what he was���not fit to stand
before b-r. not fit to touch her hand
With a cry like an animal strangling
he threw out his arms. Oh, if he could
be better���or worsel But to have al
ways seen the good and loved it, and yet
with unstable feet to have drifted away
to all that was vile, even while keeping
hia eyes fixed upon the beacon that shed
its light in vain for him���this was torture. Oh, if he could go back! If he
only could like a child go baok and begin all over again!
He got up slowly and fumbled among
the glasses on the table until he found
the bottle he wanted���a little wine to
help quench this aching regret, this self
reproach in every heart throb! He
drained the glass thirstily, let his folded
arms rest upon the table and laid his
head upon them.
The things of the aotaal world slipped
away, and hia sleep was troubled by a
dream.
Hi was alone. The night sighed around
hiii), the moon swung in the high, misty
spaces. He felt a sense of predestination as he moved along, as if each step
had been ordered by a will other than
his own, as if he must walk that road
snd eventually see what lay ahead in the
jaysfory of the far, blue shadows.
His -vision became clearer, and he Baw
himself clad in a long, white gown, made
pilgrim fashion, a staff in his hand. The
silver at his feet became the sand of a
beach, and the sweet, monotonous whisper stealing through the desolate whiteness the incessant sobbing of the sea.
Yes, he was walking on the very edge of
the fretting waters.
A warm band slipped into his, and
Virginia walked beside him. Her hair
was unbound. It softly lashed her
cheeks, and sometimes he felt its silken
caress. He drew her to him, seeking
her lips.
"Stay with me, dear," be whispered.
"Stay with me now."
He felt the warmth of her yeung, red
mouth on bis, but her eyes remained
wide and beseeching. Bhe murmured
his name and led him on until they
stood before a building of austere and
awful structure. It seemed to have risen
from the waters. Tbe waves broke in
greenish tongues upon Its steps, and
within he saw a fallen lamp sputtering
before a ruined shrine, As they paused
in the shadow of its door they heard the
hound of bare feet whispering npon
stone, aad slowlv ud one staircase and
down another a silent multitude poured,
all garbed like Virginia an*! himself in
the simple vestments of the antique
world. Many of his friends were in the
throng, many of his old clas.ii'iates; his
enemies, too���Delatole and Dawson. It
was a curious thing that those going up
smiled at him, but those returning
poured down and passed him with reviling glances or cold faces turned away.
In silence, with his love's hand clinging to his, they joined the ascending
line. Up, up, until his body was weary
and his veins throbbed with pain, anil
still beyond were other shadowy stairs
under appalling arches. Faint and battling for breath, they reached the top ai
last. A vast hall wrapped in luminous
gloom stretched away into immeasurable space. From its strange circular
windows they could see the green of the
sea, far, far below, the waves rolling in
with a languorous movemeut.	
Bs let his folded arms rest upon the table
and laid his head upon them.
Tom felt a numbness seize him. He
sighed again and again, at length tearing away the white folds of cloth from
his breast in an effort to ease ita burning.
"What place ta thisT faltered from
his dry Ups.
Virginia did not answer. She seemed
stricken dumb with grief.
Before a door leading, to an inner
chamber an old man stood on guard.
His shoulders were curved as if he had
toiled with the spade. His hairy, labor
twisted hands were crossed upon a staff.
One sentence only left bis lips in a monotonous sing song:
"The Hall of the Sinful Copy."
Tom hesitated before him, joy welling
in his heart. The simple, trusting, adoring old man was his father. Oh, here
he would find love unspeakable.
"Father!" he whispered, witb Tehe-
ment tenderness.
But the worn, gentle face took on a
look of hatred it had never worn in life.
The gnarled fingers flung his arms away.
"I sacrificed myself for you. Hunger,
despair were my portion many a time
that you might be happy, free and some
day great. This I did for you, but you
have poisoned eternity for me," were the
words that left his lips with tbe fury of
a malediction.
Tom could not linger to question or
appeal. The throng pressing behind him
bore him on to the center of the inner
ball, where a presence, awful in its austerity and grandeur, hung like a shadow,
with eyes of fire above a parchment outspread upon a marble ledge. Around
this the crowd circled, looked and moved
on one by one.
He bent over it eagerly. Here lay the
explanation.the quest of this vast throng.
He looked, and his breath seemed to
cease. Before his eyes lay the stolen play.
It. pages wero charred as if it had been
passed through flame. It was blotted
with tears and smeared with blood. His
name was written there for all to see,
and far off he still heard his father's
quavering, husky voice���tho voice that
once sang lullabies to bim���repeating to
the curious thousands:
"The Hall of tbe Sinful Copy."
The dews of terror for some unknown
but approaching disaster broke from
every pore, and he sank to bis knees,
drawing Virginia with him.
"Oh, kiss me once, love," she whispered, her white cheek hard npon t__f "we
must part so soon!"
"Don't leave me," he pleaded. "I love
you. To be near you ie delight even is
this fearful plaoe, I'll give back the
play. In the light of truth I will stand
it'imasked. I'll do it gladly, let them
revile me as they will. Then I'll have
peace���and your love, dearer than att
the world."
Oh, ber lovely, melting syea, liar kiss
heavy with farewell!
"It is too late," site sighed, aad he felt
her lips npon his throat. "All that is
past." And for another moment she
clung to him.
"No, no. We will ba Impaj r*." be
cried in anguish.
Bat the words were hashed ��pen his
lips. In some occult way tho truth was
revealed to him. Ho knew that all ths
faces he had looked upon were those of
the dead. He too was dead, and Virginia. Life and earth were gone forever.
Repentance was Tain, redemption impossible, parting, shame and despair
eternal.
In th* sadden blackness that swept
down like the shadow cast by a monstrous wing Virginia's body slipped from
his longing arms, and he was alone.
The cry that broke from his humiliated soul sent the vision whirling, and
he awoke, conscious of a bursting heart
and a quivering body bathed in cold
dews. He made an effort to rise, and ai
he did so felt a hand upon his shoulder,
heard a voice speaking his name.
"What else?" he cried, flinging baok
his head, his eyes flashing a maddened
defiance and clouded witb blood. "What
else?   Oh, God!"
Mr. Plunket's oommonplaoe ttVX WM
close to him.
"Murray, yon must be ill. You're been
dreaming- -orying ont as H soma one
RESTAURANT
OYSTER AND CHOP'BOUSE.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
First-claps  Dining   Park re   have
t>en fitted upstairs.
Oysters Raw Pan Roast
Fancy Roast
Plain �� oast      Milk Stew
Dry Stew
New Y��.rk Box Stew
< yster Loaves Fried
i-teaks       chop;)        Fish
Game in Season
ALL WHITE HELP EMrLUTBD.
W.H.PHILPOTT.PROP.
8 1112m
-THr*-
Hotel Wilson
WALTER WILSON, PROPRIETOR.
Well lighted -T       , n _
Nanaimo, B.G.
Sample Rooms
Fpee.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL
COR. COMMERCIAL te BASTION STS.
Nanaimo, B. C.
THdS, O'CONNELL, Prop.
This long established hotel ia comfortably
fitted up with Superior Accommodation
for Travellers and others.
None hut tho Best Brands of Wines, Liquors, Ales and Cigars dispensed
at the Bar. 6-2 tf
THE CRESCENT HOTEL
VICTORIA   CRESCENT.
JAS. BBNNETtT ��� Proprietor
THE BOARPINO AVD LODGING DEPART-
mente are unsurpassed by any in the City, and
��vill accommodate a large number of guests. The
Bar In supplied with the Finest Brands of Wines,
Liquors and Cigars in tbe market.
Only White Help Employed.
S-ll 12m
ESQUIMALT k NANAIMO RAILWAY
STEAMER
JOAN
J. E. BUTLER. Master.
On and after March 22nd, 1893,
The Steam r JOAN will sill as follows,
calling at Way Poits as Freight
and Pa-asingcrn may offer:
Leave Victoria, Tuesiay, ;'i a.m.
11    Nanaimo for Comox, Wedne day, 7 a.m
ii    Comox for Nanaim *, Friday,' 7 a.m.
ii    Nanaimo for Victoria, Saturday, 7 a.m.
For freight or state roomH afply on board, or at th
Company's ticket office, Victoiia Station, Store afreet*
8-11 12in
A REWARD of One Thousand Dollars
($1,000) Will be paid by tho Provin
oial Government for such information as
will lead to the arrest and oonviotion of the
person or persons who, on or about the
morning of tlie 1,'ll.h instant, placed, or
caused tn ho plaoed, and exploded a bomb,
or other dangerous explosive, at or near the
premises of Alexander Sharp, at Wellington, in the District of Nauaimo.
By Command.
F. S. HUSSEY,
Supt. of Provincial Polioo.
Nanaimo, B.C., March T4, 1&J4       15 3tf
REWARD
A Reward of One Thousand
Dollars ($1,000) will be paid for
such information Hswill lead to
the arrest and conviction of the
person or persons -who, on or about
the morning of th * 13th instant,
placed, or caused to be placed, or
exploded, a bomb or other dan
gert us exploeive, on nr near the
premises of Alexander Sharp, at
Welliington, in the County of
Nanaimo.
Signed,
E. DUNSMUIR & SONS,
Victoria, B. 0���
Maroh 16th, 1894. 18-3tf
ANADIAN
'^PACIFIC
Runs Palatial Sleeping and Tourist Care
!        Through to Montreal and
St. Paul Daily.
Connections made with all Atlantic Steamship Lines
R MIS TO EASTERN POINTS
$5 to $10
Less tbrfii Any Other Route.
Steamship Lines
TO JAPAN. CH1N4 ANO AUSTRALIA.
The following are swings from
Vani-ouv r,  ubjectio  hange
and i* divi Jual postponement-
TO JAPAN AND CHINA
Empress of Japan ��� - ��� Feb. 5
Empress of China - - - March 5
"mprtssof Irdia    -   -   -   April 2
TO AU   TRAUA
Arawa Feb. 16
Warrimoo Maroh. 16
For further information apply to
W. B. DENNISON,
GEO. McL. BROWN, Agent.
Dist. Pass. Agent,
Vancouver, B.C.
8-11-tf
TIME TABLE No. 19,
To   ake effeot at 8:00 a.m. on Thun-day, October
12th, 1S93.   Trains run on Pacific
Standard Time.
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ON SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS
Return Tickets will be issued between all points
for a fare and a quarter, gnod for return not later
than Monday.
Return Tickets for one and a half ordinary fare
tnay be purchased daily to all points, good for seven
days, including day of issue.
No Return Tickets issued for a fare and a quarter
where the single fare is twenty-five cents.
Through rates between Victoria and Comox.
Mileige and Commutation Tiokets can be obtaine
on application to the Ticket Agent, Viotoria Station
A. DUNSMUIR, JOSEPH HUNTER,
President. Gen, Sup
H. K. PRIOR,
g 11 tf General Freight and Passenger Agent
Union Steamship Comp'y
Of B. 0., Limited
Head Office and Wharf, Vancouver, B.C.
Vanoouver to Nanaimo-SS. " CUTCB
leaves C.P.R. Wharf tinUy (Siindnys excepted) at 1:16
p.m.    Cargo at. Union SS. Co.'s wharf until 11 a.m.
Nanaimo to Vancouver.���SS. " CUTCH "
leaves dally (Mondays excepted) at 8 a.m.
Vanoouver tc Northern Logging Camps
and Settlements.-SS. COMOX leaves Company's Wharf every Monday at 11 tioon, for Northern points os far as Shoal Rav, Thurlow Island, returning via Quathiaskia Cove, Seymour Narrows
every other trip. Every other Monday the vesse
proceeds as far North as Port Neville.
MOODYVILLE    FERRY.
Leave Moodyville���8,11.45 a.m.; 2:30, 4:30 p.m
Vanoouver���10:15 a.m., 1:15, 3:80, 5 p.m.
Steamers and Scows alwa's available for Excursions,
Towlns: and Frelg-htinir Business. Storage Accommodation on Company's Wharf.
W. F. TOPPING, Manager.
W. B. DENNISON, Agent, Nanaimo, B. C.
Telephone 18. 8-U tf
NEW BUTCHER SHOP.
COSMOPOLITAN MARKET
OOMMBRCIAL STREET!" ^f5
Next door to the Central Hotel, Nanaimo, U.S.
E. QUENNELL
HAVING OPENED A* AROVE, WILL KRRP
constantly on hand an assortment of Meats
and Vegetables, and hopes to receive a continuance
of the patronage so liberally bestowed In the past
Meats, etc., del ."��red to al'' parts of the citv free of
charge. Sll-12m
MAINLAND AND NANAIMO
)T
Steamer "OITY OP NANAIMO."
(W. ROGEKS, ftUang.)
TIME TABLE, No. 1.
To take effect on Monday, Feb, 1st, 1892.
LRAVIS KOR
Westminster Vancouver. Mondays, 6 a.m.
Vancouver , Nanaimo, M inlays, 1:30 p ra.
Nanaimo   Vancouver, Tuesday's, 7 a.m.
Vancouver Westtninsttr, Tuesdays, noon
Westminster Nanaimo, H'ednesdaVfl, 7 a.m.
Nanaimo  Va' oouver, Thursd ye, 7 am.
Vancouver Karj-'hiio, Thur days, 1:30 p.m.
Nanaimo Vanoouver, Fridays, 7 a.m.
Vancouver Nanaimo, Fridays, 1:80 p.m
Nanaimo Va> <outer, ^atur-^ays, 7 a.m.
Vancouver Westminster, *iaturd v. a, 11 a m
FARli'~ $1.00.
8-1112m L. ROGERS, Purser.
EUREKA BOTTLING WORKS
uuruFApfORn oc
SODA WATER,
Lemonade, Ginger Ale, Sarsa-
parilla,   Champagne and
Orange Cider, Iron
Phosphates,
Sec, Stc
Bottler of different ii'&nds of Lager Beer,
Steam Beer and 1'orter.
WALLACE STREET, MNAIMO, B.C.
P.O. BOX 79.
Louis Lawrence, Prop.
81l-12ul
VANCOUVER ISLAND.
ALL placer claims and leaseholds in Vancouver
Island and adjaoent islands, legally held, may be
laid over from the 15th day of November, 18D3, until
the 1st day of June, 1894.
F. G. VERNON,
Gold Commissioner.
Victoria, B. 0., Cth December, 1S93. 20-2 td
TO CONTRACTORS.
SEALED TENDERS, endorsed "Tender," will bs
received by the Honourable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works up to 4 o'clock, p.m.. of
Tuesday, 6th March next, for the erection of a Provincial Home for Aged Persons at Kamloops,
Plans and Specif! *tions can be seen, and forms of
tender obtained, at the office of K. MacKay Fripp,
Esq., Architect, Vancouver, at the Government
Office at Kamloops, and at the office of the undersigned.
The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be
accepted.
W. S. GOEE,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands & Works.
Lands and Works Department,
Victoria, B. C, 6th February, 1894. 20-2 td
"FIRE INSU��ANCE_POLIQY ACT, 1893."
NOTICE ia hereby given that His Honour the
Lieutenant-Governor in Council haa further postponed the commencement of -'AnActto aecura UnlJ
form Condition** In Policies of Fire Insurance," from
the 1st day of April, 18111, until the
1st day of April, 1895.
JAMKS BAKER,
Provinoial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary'! Olliee,
39th Maroh, 1804. 6-4 td
NOTICE.
NANAIMO AND NANAIMO
OITY   DISTRIOT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Assessed and Provincial Revenue taxes for the year 1894 are now *iue and payable at Government Office, Nanaimo, at the
following rates, viz:
If paid on or before June 30, 1894:
One half of 1 per cent on real property;
One third of 1 per cent on personal property.
One half of 1 per cent on income;
Tiro per cent on the assessed value of
wild land.
Provinoial Revenue Tax $3 per capita.
(Nanaimo City excepted.)
If paid after the 1st July:
Two thirds of 1 per cent on real property;
One half of 1 per cent on personal property.
Three quarters of 1 per cent on incomo;
Two and one half per cent on the assessed
value ot wild land.
All parties whose taxes are in arrears
are requested to pay the same forthwith
and save costs.
M. BATH,
Assessor and Colleotor.
Janu&rv 2nd, 1894. M t NANAIMO, B. C, WEDNESDAY. APRIL 11, 1894.
MORE NEW
We are daily opening up new stuff of every description.
Our Dress Goods are specially fine this season, and we are kept busy in that department.
Another lot of New Jackets and Capes at Low Prices.   We must clear them out.
Parasols and Umbrellas, an immense selection, including all the Novelties of the Season.
We shall be able to show our English Millinery this week, as we have been advised of their arrival at Victoria.
Perrin Freres & Co's Gloves, a new lot, just to hand, laced and buttoned, in Black, Tan and Colors.
SLOAN & SCOTT
��� ��� ���
8ke �� ailg Wttytm.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1894.
CE
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To Subscribers of tie Daily
Notice is hereby given tbat
Mr. A. E. Campbell, being in
default, is no longer authorized
to collect monies on subscriptions to The Daily Telegram,
and all amounts now due on
subscriptions are payable at the
office of publication, or to Mr.
James Burns, who continues to
control the city circulation of
this paper.
W. J. GALLAGHER,
Manager
Daily Telegram.
SHIPPING
NEW VANCOUVER COAL COMPANY.
Bk. Wilna, Slater, sailed yesterday.
Bk. Highland Light, Hughes, loading.
Bk McNeil, Jorgenson, sailed last night.
Bk. General Fairchild, due.
Bk. Sea King, due.
BOBEHT DUNSMUIR AND SONS.
Sp. Raphael, Whitney, ready to sail.
Bk. Sumatra, Olscu, waiting to load.
Ss. Yosemite, Fullerton, loading.
Bk. McNcar, Swan, waiting to load.
Ss. Costa Rica, Mclntyre, loading.
GENERAL.
The ss. Joan, Butler, arrived at Johnston's
wharf yesterday from Comox and way
ports with the following list: Passengers���
C. Kenwaia, F. Dunn, F. L. Lukin, VV.
Marks. Consignees���A. R. Johnston k Co.
Win. Keddy, L. Manaon, E. Quennell, G.
Bevilockway.
The ss. Cutch,Newcomb,arrived at Hirst's
wharf from Vancouver last evening, with
the following : Passengers���David John,
Maggie John, John George, J. Burns, jr., J.
J. Southcott, J. E. Hallon, J. E. Wize, A.
F. Owens, Mrs. J. Decker, C. H. Fisher, A.
Jany, M. Gintzburger, Mrs. M. Mayer,
Aaron James, Am. James, Mrs. E. Deebo,
J. Good, J. Jeffries and wife, J. Cartwright
and wife, T. Hazel and wife, A. Hickmorr,
Mrs. C. A. Stevens, Wm. Robinson, S. L.
Dowell, A. E. Johnson, Alex Harvie, Dave
Wylio, A. E. Campbell. Consignees���New
Vancouver Coal Co., Hamilton Powder Co.,
W. J. Spear k Co., John Parkin, Sam Sing,
J. M. Donaldson, W. T. Heddle k Co., Geo.
Cassaday k Co., W. Lewis, Mr. Auley, J.
E. Halton, G. Leighton, Jany k CrosBan.
PERSONALS.
Register! Register!
Every British subject who is of
one years of age and who has been
ent of the Province for twelve and
for two months or more should set
name is placed on the voter's list
Forms and full information may be
rom Mr. M. Bray the Provincial
ment Agent during office hours.
twenty-
a resid-
this city
that his
at once,
obtained
Govern-
STREET GOSSIP.
Little Items of Interest to Every Reader
of the Telegram.
The Windsor.
Yesterday waB pay day on the E. k N.
railway.
Commandant Booth will arrive here on
Thursday, when he will meet with a grand
reception.
Try a good shave by J. Robinson, the
genial and popular tonsorial artist. 15
oents.    Viotoria Crescent. 9-4tf
Take your watches, clocks and jewellery
to Roberts' jewellery store, Green Block,
and have them repaired. 30-3-tf
When you visit Vancouver do not forget
to register at the Delmonico. Emerson
leads all others as a caterer. 8-11 tf
The postponed Spelling Bee, at whioh a
number of prizes will be awarded, will take
place fo-night at S. Alban's Hall.
Manager Mclnnes of the Reform Faroe
Co. haB arranged for the next act to take
place on Tuesday next at 2 p. m. All are
advised to be early and avoid the rush.
The artists of the Elite studio, Messrs.
Pierce k Lars, are introducing some highly
artistio photographic work on glass which
-makes a transparent portrait of faithful
likeness and permanence. It is one of the
greatest novelties and improvements ever
made in photographic art.
Mr. J. A. Wize of Vancouver is in the
oity.
Mr. W. M. S. Halliday of Comox is
registered at the Wilson.
Mr. J. J. Southcott of Vancouver is
registered at ihe Windsor.
Mr. Chas. H. Fisher of Portland is a
guest at the Windsor House.
Ma. Ralph Craig, of the carriage works,
is very seriously ill at his residence.
Mr. Stickles is feeling better for his rest
and will uo doubt be soou around again.
Mr. Chas. Dempster is improving in his
condition according io lhe latest reports.
Mr. MoNicol, the resident, agent here of
the Union Mutual Life Insurance of Maine,
has recently received the news of his
mother's death in the E.si. All his fiieuiis
console with iiim on hia loss.
HOTEL ARRIVALS-Yosterday.
AT THE WINDSOR.
XV. H.   Hayward, Victoria;   A. T.
Mon-
teith, Victoria; C. J. Cole Hinten, Victoria;
J. J. Southcott, Vancouver; Chas. H.
Fisher, Portland; J. Burns, jr., Vancouver.
AT THE CENTRAL.
J. B, Spenoe, Wellington; L. W. Roy,
Victoria; Mrs. Mitchell, Duncan's.
AT THE  WILSON.
XX. M. S. Halliday, Comox; C M. Gintzburger, Vancouver; 8, L. Dowell, Whatcom; Mrs. 0. StauBS and two children) J.
A   Wize, Vancouver.
Immoral Dancing at Midwinter Fair.
San Francisco, April 10.���The trial of
Belle Baya and a beavy of Cario street
dancing girls, instigated by the Society for
the Suppression of Vice for the purpoBe of
securing a legal determination of the question as to whether the tlanse du Ventre is
immoral, was called by Judge Conlan. The
defendants, after their arrest several days
since, denauded a jury trial, aud a whole
afternoon wis spent in securing a jury.
Nearly all those summoned confessed they
had seen the dance, and because of previous
bias of mind or judgment already fixed, or
for other sufficisnt reasons, they were dismissed as incompetent. There was a great
deal of disappointment on the part of a
crowd whieli had assembled at the court
room, and tho doorB were barred upon them,
the judge proposing to conduct the triai
only before the jury, attorneys and witnesses. It is probable the young women
will be called upon to perform the dance before the jury, that the case may be determined upon its merits.
The   Daily   Teleoram   is  prepared  to
quote prices on all kinds of job printing
TOTJE    DOLLABS
Look as Big as Cart Wheels to Us
N   BOOTS  AND   SHOES
WH  ABB OFFERING THB BEST VALUE
TO     &ET     T H _H ___: .
We carry the Largest Stock in the Oity, which enables us to have the Sizes to Fit You
, and the Styles to Please You.
LION   BOOT   AND   SHOE
The Address is >��os. 17, 19 and 21 Commercial Street.
(22-2tf)
HOUSE,
R. HILBERT,
Prop.
Taooma Inter-State Fair.
Tacoma, April 10 ���At a mass meeting
held in the interest of the inter-state fair,
$2,000 was raised, making a total of $33,000
pledged. Colonel Fife and Colonel Visscher
have volunteered to produce an amateur
performance of "Richard III." for the benefit of the fair and to raise $2,000.
A Real
Bargain
TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to Wednesday, the 18th
instant, for furnishing material and building
fences on the New Prison Grounds, Newcastle Suburban Lots.
Plans and Specifications can be seen at the
office of the undersigned.
Blank forms for tender and agreement to
execute bond must be procured at the office
of the undersigned.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
MARSHAL BRAY,
AsBt.-Cum'r of Lauds and Works.
Nanaimo, B.C., April 10th, 1894.   11 4-td
15C.
KEEP CLEAN
BEST SHAVE IN THE CITY AT
JOS. KOBINSON'S
CRESCENT BARBER SHOP.   9-4 lm
TENDERS.
rpENDERB lor a 2-storey building, to lie erected on
X. the New Xuivnsite, Wellington. I'lans and
>}ieoiflcutions can In- se-u at D, II. Davis, of No. ti.
'IVinlers to lie cloatd on Wednesday. 11th April, by
7 o'olock, p.m. 7-4td
Two Full Lots facing on
two streets. One cultivated, with fruit bearing
orchard and house���rented.   Assessed at $1,600.
For sale for $1,300, on
terms. Owner leaving
City.
For further particulars apply to
UPLANTA&Co.
TENDERS
TENDERS will be received up to 16th April, 1894,
for the purohase of Lot 11. Block 25, Prideaux
street.    On the premises is erccteda irood dwelling
house.
22-3td YARWOOD & YOUNG,
Real I state
AND
Insura nee Agents
46 OOMMEBOIAL STBEET
8-ll-Hm NANAIMO.
CIEAF BREAD
16 LOAVES 16
FOR THE DOLLAR
SPOT CASH
At the Nanaimo Bakery
SMART 4c THORNE, Proprietor*.
2-3tt
Chas. Dempster Co,
(Successors to S. F. Scott)
LOCAL   AND   PBOVINCIAL
: AUCTIONEERS :
Land and Fire Insurance Agents
���ALSO���
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Commercial Street : : Harvey's Old Stand
A large list of Local Properties alwaj****
on hand
Outside Acreage on easy terms.
Coal and Timhor Lands at low figures.
Auction Sales of Furniture ami Stook
conducted either at the Auction Rooms, or
at owner's residence, in any part of the
Island.
Cash advanced on goods consigned fo.*
absolute sale.
Sales held every Saturday evening at the
Auction Rooms at 7:30 o'olock.
8-116H1
LADIES ATTENTION I
AUCTION OF DRY GOODS!!
AUCTIONEERS.
I shall start on Saturday, Feb. 10th, to dear out by Auotion tho entire stock of Drj
 Goods, Millinery, Mantles and Men's Furnishings, latelty bought from Mr. A. A
Richardson at a ridioulously low price previous to making an entire change in my business.    I have secured the services of Mr. Dufour
an Auctioneer of over 20 years' experience in England and Canada, to conduct the auction branoh of my business.
The Public of Nanaiino know that this stook is composed of really useful and serviceable goods, and this will offer them an oppo.
tunity of purchasing at their own pricea. I ask one and all to be at the WESTEND on Saturday, Monday and following days, wher
the whole stock will be offered without reserve.    Sale from 2 to 5 eaoh day.
MEN'S ATTENTION!    Auction of Stock of Mr. James Caldwell.
We have received instructions from Mr. James Caldwell to Auotion the whole of
his well assorted stock of Men's Furnishings and Hats.
As Mr. Caldwell is going out of this line, and intends in the future to devote
his entire attention to the Tailoring branch of hia business, the whole of this stock
will be offered without reserve.
Sale on Saturday, Monday and following nights from 7 to 10.
G. A. MeBain & Co.
(ESTABLISHED   1888)|
Real Estate Brokers
Conveyancers
Notaries Public
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