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 flje Paila
FOL. 6, NO. 20.
NANAIMO, B. C, SATURDAY DECEMBER 2, 1893.
PRICE, 5 CENTS.
Ogilvie's
Flour
WILL DEFT TBI POLICE!
Milled  Under New and
Unparalleled Methods
PRONOUNCED by all leading bakers the STRONGEST and
BEST in the market.
Producea 30 POUNDS MORE BREAD per barrel of 196 lbs.
than any other Manitoba PJour.
From actual tests excels in quality for Pastry, Cakes, etc.
AsH your grocer for OGILVIE'S NEW FLOUR.
Bags sewn with Red, White and Blue Twine.
ANARCHISTS DETERMINED TO MEET
IN TRAFALGAR SQUARE.
G. M.  IEISHMAN, VICTORIA, AGENT FOR BRITISH COLUMBIA
8-ll-Sm
David Spencer
Dry Goods Merchant
Nanaimo, B. C.
8-ll-6m
NEW GOODS:
We have just received our second shipment
of Ladies' Sealette Jackets and
Children's Cloaks, which will be
sold at Bn immense reduction. Our stock of
Millinery is complete, and cannot be
surpassed by any store in the Province.
Prices are Ri^ht, and our Styles Perfection.
���J. S. STANNARD & CO.
CRESCENT   STORE
It is No Secret to You
If you are one of our customers, that we carry EVERYTHING in
Groceries, but li is to those who are thinking WHERE to buy thnt
we mention the f��ct.     For instance, in New
: :     FRESH   BISCUITS
We have the toMowlng assortment���
Abernethy, Ginger Snaps, Arrowroot, Honey Jumbles, Cracknels,
Lemon Squares, Fruit, Mixed, Graham Wafers, Oatmeal Wafers,
Wine, Tea.     We have also an Oatmeal Bisenlt especially made to our
receipt, for "Cur blither Soots."
W. T. HEDDLE & CO
Telephone 110
COR.   MILT- N   AND   ALBERT   STREETS
HOLIDAY GOODS
FOR YOUNG AND OLD
RICH jiND POOR   :  :
At COUNTER'S Victoria Crescent Jewellry Store
Fancy Goods, Silver Warv, Jewellry, Clocks and
Watches, the Largest Stock yet.
COME  AND   EXAMINE   GOODS  AND   PRIOES
X     M. R. COUNTER
81111m
DTRICE'S
OgKifll
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.���No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes���40 Years the Standard
London May Have a Repetition of the
Riots of *85-'86 A Threatening Manifesto���The New French Ministry to
be Published To-day���Dupuy Proposed in Place of Peireira for President.
Roehefort Falls Foul St Marlnom and
Le Petit Journal���Marinoni Gives
Him the Lie���A Plot to Assassinate
Ferdinand of Bulgaria Revealed.
London, Dec. 1.���The anarchists of the
extreme group have deoided to defy the
Home Secretary and the police, and, despite
all orders to the contrary, to meet iu Trafalgar Square next Sunday. Among the
leaflets which they have ready for distribution is a manifesto purporting to come fiom
French soldiers. The manifesto is neither
signed nor dated. One of its typioal declarations ia : " We will never march against
the proletarians. If ordered to fire apon
them, we will turn our guns upon 1 he well-
dressed scoundrels commanding us."
WIU Be Made Public To day.
Paris, Dec. 1.���It ia announced semiofficially that the personnel of the new ministry will be made publio to-morrow. Probably the liat already given will be altered
by the omisaion of Marty'a name, as M.
Vigor is likely to retain tbe portfolio of
agriculture. It ia possible also that Admiral Lefevrc, instead of Admiral Lafaon,
will be Minister of Marine. The newspaper
organs of the Moderates advocate the choice
of ex-Premier Dupuy for President of the
Chamber of Deputies in the room of M. Cas-
simir-Peireira.
To Be Repealed.
Berlin, Dec. 1.���The vote io the Reichstag in favor of repealing the law expelling
the Jesuits was 173 to 136,
.Several notable speeches were made on
the motion for the return of the Jesuits to
the empire. Dr. Lieber, leader of the
cleric.Is, spoke ut great length. The Catholic church iu Germany, pe aaid, needed the
servicea of the Jesuits to enable it to fulfil
its divine mission. The assertion has been
made that ihe Vatican followed a policy
hostile to Germany's Interests. This was
false, only a short lime since Cardinal Ram
polla had declared that the Vatican waa
studiously abstaining from nmldliog with
the political affairs of the triple alliance or
its opponents. If tbe Vatican ever should
display a policy friendly to the Franco-
Russian alliance, German Catholics would
not then interpret the doctrine of Papal
infallibility in auch a manner as to interfsre
with their duties towards the German Empire. Many reflections hud been caat from
time to time upon the loyalty of German
Cat holies. The assurance eould be truthfully given, however, that German Catholics
would remain aB faithful to emperor and
empire in the future as they had been in the
pa*t, aud would be ever r^ady to show their
loyal devotion to the fatherland. Mr.
Lieber's decimation that his party would
not support the Pope in an aotive pro-
French polioy was received with load
cheers.
THE AUSTRALIAN STEAMER LINE.
According to BoweU, WIU Bring us Closer
Together.
Toronto, Deo. 1.���The following cable
appears iu this morning's Empire: London,
Nov. 30.��� The Westminster Gazette pub-
liahes to-day an interview, handed in by a
correspondent at Sydney, New South VValee
with lion. Mackenzie Howell, the Canadian
Commissioner, who has just left Australia
on his way home. Hon. Mr. Bowell said
the new line of steamers was bringing Canada
and Auatralia closer together, and would
have the effect of dissipating the ignorance
uf ejch other which in.J prevailed too largely at present. Mr. Bowell aaid that it
was the first step toward unification of the
Empire with her colonies. His visit made
him certain that a profitable trade would
grow up between the oloniea if the traffic
were properly adjusted. The Canadian
Commiasioner gave il to be underatood that
his enthuaiaam for Imperial connection waa
greater than ever, and most emphatically
repudiated the possibility of annexation to
the United States.
An extraordinary meeting of the shareholders of the Trust and Loan Co. of Cana
da was held to-day in the company's building, Great Winchester street, Mr. Morrison
occupying tbe chair. The affaire of the
company were ahown to be in a moat aatia
factory condition, and a dividend of 6 per
cent, was declared with a bonus of i per
cent.
A   PERILOUS   JOURNEY.
Says Roehefort Lies.
Paris, Dec. 1,���M. Henri Roch*fort*in a
recent article in VIntransigeant asserted that
M. Marinoni, proprietor of Le Petit Journal,
had assured him that he personally had
given intelligence to President Carnot that
M. Const una had hired a cutthroat to murder a notary at Chantilly, and to steal
papers in the notary's possession .that compromised M. Constans. According to the
story, President Carnot said when the
proofs were submitted to him:���"Now I
know the truth about this scoundrel. He
will never reappear again before me." M.
Constans has told the editor of Le Jour to
force M. Marinoni and President Carnot to
explain this matter. The representative of
the United Press in this city to-day had an
interview with M. Marinoui on the subject.
Ho declared emphatically that M. Roche-
fort lies.      	
Anarchists Arrested.
Madrid, D.'c. 1,���The police oaptu ed iu
their raid on anarchists at Valladnlid several uienili'i ti of the gang that has been
inciting to ourage. Among those arrested
waa the noted anarchist Alonzo, and hia
miatreas, J oho Fa Grandoa.
An Assassin Arrested.
Sofia, Deo. 1. ���Ex-Lieut. Ivaneff, who
doaerted the Bulgarian army and fled to
Russia three years ago, was arrested here
two days before the fuueral of Prince Alexander of Batteoburg. He confessed the
night before last that he had 3ome baok for
the purpose of killing Prinoe Ferdinand.
He had been eugageil for the assassination,
he said, by the Pau-Slavisia, Orujeff and
Bendereff.    	
A Vacant Dukedom.
Losdon, Deo. 1.���The Duke of Leinater,
who has been suffering from typhoid fever,
died to-day.	
No Further News.
San Francisco, Deo. 1.���The brie; John
D. Spreokela arrived in ballast yeaterday,
after a run of 11 daya from Kohului. Her
sailing date waa three days later than that
of the Alexander, but Captain Christenaen
reports that no advicea of any change in the
aitnation had reaohed Kohului from Honolulu up to the hour of hia departure. The
Inter-Ialand mail ateamer but a few honra
from the capital waa sighted but signalled
nothing in the way of revolutionary newa.
THE ELITE PHOTO STUDIO
Has removed from the old place to the
new stand, near the Nanaimo Opera House.
Best Photos in the City.
Cloudy days preferred for sittings,
t-llata
ALMOST  RECIPROCAL
Is the Customs Polioy Favored by Sir
John Thompson.
Pictop.N.S. Dec. 1.���Special fromPiotou,
N.S.: Sir John Thompaon and Sir Charles
H. Tupper addreased a great political demonstration here yeaterday. The Premier
aaid the Canadian Government was in favor
of general tariff reforms. Referring to the
tariff bill eubmitted to Congressby the Democratic Committee, the Premier dwelt on the
fact that instead of being in the dirsetioh of
free trade, the Democrats were clinging with
might and main to protective policies, and
the dutiea in their proposed tariff reform
were much higher than the duties now
levied by Canada under its protective system. He did not believe there would be any
reciprocity between the two countries.
"Still," continued the Premier, "for every
step the Unitod States Congress takes in reducing or abolishing duties on Canadian
products, we will take a corresponding step
in reducing or abolishing our tariff on
Amerioan imports so far as tbe requirements
of revenue will make it possible without
sacrificing our commercial independence or
our attaonment to the Mother Country."
Must Have Used Poor Liquor.
Salem, Ore., Deo. 1.���Yesterday morning, according to his utual Thanksgiving
custom, Bill Anderson,' proprietor of a
saloon, mixed a bowl full of egg nog for his
ouatomers, which he set before them free of
coat. The bowl was filled again and again
throughout the day. Among those who
drank hardest of the egg-nog were Tom
Magee and A. Burden. A dootor was
aroused early thia morning in reaponae to
call from the saloon. Ou reaching the place
hia attention was called to Magee, who was
lying on the floor, and, upon examination,
was found to be dead. Burdett had beeu
lying on the floor in a stupid c mdition, but
had been carried away hy f lends previous
to the arrival of tne doctor. For some hours
after he was taken home it was feared he
would die, but he finally pulled through.
When the coroner's jury began an inquest at
10 o'clock there waa a rumor that Anderson
had put some poisonous berries into the egg-
nog. The man who made the statement was
examined at the inquest, but would not testify to that effeot. At noon the jury adjourned. A post-mortem examination of the
body will be made.
A Cowardly Deed.
San Francisco, Dec. 1���Frank Eckstrom,
a bartender, shot Mrs. Adriie Warner last
evening in a saloon in th's city, because she
would not desert her husband and live with
him. After firing at her he turned the revolver on himself, sending two bullets through
his heart, dying almost instantly. Mrs.
Warner ia now at the receiv.ug hospital very
seriously injured. The woman's huaband is
an engineer on the steamer Queen, whioh
sailed hence last Sunday for Victoria, and is
expected to return here next Thursday.
The woman will reoover,	
Has Them Down Fine.
WASHINGTON, Doc. 1.���Tho annual report
of the secretary of tbe inierior, Hoke Smith,
shows an intimate knowledge of the workings of the great bureaus under his charge,
and a keen judicial comprehension of the
important questions involved in their administration. The operatiou of the general
land office, the pension bureau, the census
office, the bureau of Indian affairs, patents,
geological survey, education and Pacifio
railroads are all reviewed aud a number of
important recommendations made.
Japan Wants Sliver.
Denvsr, Dec. 1.���There were two import-
antforeign arrivalshere today, whose mission
in Colorado is an interesting one. They are
Messrs. G. Nsgaeki aud C. C. Watauabe, of
Japan, who came to this state as emissaries
of the government in the purchase of silver.
Japan ia a silver using country largely and
has mtuy silver producers, but the production is not enough to aatiafy the needa of
the government. To meet thia demand, the
Government is branching out in silver purchase and intends buying from American
produoera, and the gentlemen are here to
arrange for the purchase of ailver.
Pacifio Coast Failures.
San Francisco, Dec. 21.��� The Bradstreet's
Mercantile Agenoy reports 13 failures on the
Pacifio ooaat states and territories for the
week ending yesterday, as compared with
20 for the previous week and 14 for ths corresponding week of 1892.	
Blount Is ��� Clam.
Macon, Ga., Dec. 1.���Ex Commissionsr
Blount deolined to-day to talk about ex-
Miniater Stevena' reply t > his charges, until
he has read the whole communication, of
whioh only s synopsis was published by the
looal papers.
The Carlin Party Return Home From the
Wilderness.
Seattle, Dec. 1.���A special  to  the Telegraph from  Kendriok,  Idaho,  saya:   Ths
Carlin party, who were   supposed  to have
been lost   in   tbe   Bitter Root Mountains,
Idaho, and whose rescue has excited so muoh
interest during the past few weeks, arrived
here safely, with the exception   of  George
Colgate, the 000k, who fell sick and was left
to die in ihs mountains.   The party consisted of W. E. Carlin, son of Brigadier-General
William   Carlin ; J. H. Pierce,  brother-in-
law   of Mr.   Carlin;   and   L.  A.  Himmel-
wright, secretary of the Columbia  Granite
Company, of   New York.     Himmelwright
givea the following account   of   the party's
experience :   The party waa organized laat
summer, and started from  Spokane, Washington, where they engaged Martin Spencer
as guide and George Colgate, of Poet Falls,
as cook.     They proceeded  by train to Ken-
drick, Idaho, and with ten cayuses and five
weeks'   provisions   started   ouo from   that
point on Sept. 18 h.   The route was by way
of   Snell'e   Mill,    Weippe,   Brown's  creek,
Musselshell creek, and thence via theLolo trial
to what are known as the Indian poatoffices,
55 uiilea from Mussel Shell creek.     At this
point the trail branches out from the Lolo
trail and leads to the warm springs on the
Clearwater river,   the   destination   of   the
party, which was reached   on   Sept.  26th.
Although   it   rained   steadily for  13 days,
which   interfered    considerably   with   tbe
pleasure  of  bunting, the   party met with
great   aucciss,   aud   on Oct.   10th  started
on   the    return    trip    over    the    Lolo
trail.        After     reaching     the     top     of
the. first   ridge,   parallel   to   Clearwater
river, two and a half feet of snow was found,
and the guide  estimated   that   the   snow
would be   four   feet   deep   on   the   higher
portions   of   the   Lolo   trail.     Should the
horses become exhaust ed from lack of food,
the party would be compelled  to  walk  the
rest of ths distance,   and   aa   the cook was
sick and usable to walk, his poaition in that
oaae would be very serious.   It  waa consequently decided io return to  the old  camp
on the Clearwater snd build a raft.   If by
the time the rafts were completed, the cook
was still unable to walk, an attempt would
be made to float down the river to the south
fork, near which several ranchea were known
to be located.    Fifteen daya were consumed
in building the two rafts.  After thia several
daya more were devoted  t o a final examination of the Lolo trail and in  seouring meat
for   the   proposed   trip   down   ihe   river.
Spencer found the trail impracticable after a
laborious trip in the mow.    The cook in the
meantime had been growing feebler every
day.      A trapper, Ben Keeley, was engaged
to accompany  the party,   wiih a supply of
provisions equally divided on the rafts.    So
as to a void the possibility of loeingalioheir provisions in case either of the  rafts were lost,
the party embarked and   began the journey
down the river on November 3rd.    Two upsets and the delay caused by the necessity of
examining the river in advance of the rafts
made their progress slow, and by the 13th of
November only twenty two miles  had  been
accomplished.     At this point the river was
found to be full of projecting   boulders and
the water very swift.    Further examination
resulted in the   discovery   of several o'her
impassable placee in the   river   which made
rafting   impracticable.    It was   decided to
abandon the rafts and   proceed   ihe remaining distance of about  thii ty e.gni   miles on
foot.    The cook at thai time wins in a aemi-
unoonsoious condition, mortiticaiion   having
attacked his leu*   b-low   ill"   knees.    Only
eight days' provisions were left, and as the
cook could not po.sih'y live but a few   days
longer, and waa beside,   perfectly   helpless,
he was made as comfortable as  possible and
the rest of the party began their journey on
foot.    The shores of the   river   were a masa
of ragged rocks on   which   one could get at
best only an uncertain foothold.    Frequently a large projecting cliff would   tinu< over
the river and au hour or more would be consumed   iu   surmounting   it.    On   the third
day of abandoning the rafts tbe party reached Black Canyon, which proved lo   be eight
milts in length.    The river there has almost
vertical walls, varying from 100 to 200 feet
in height.    Clinging   to   bushes   and small
sap ings, with a footing sometimes of only a
few inches' width, and often many hundred
feet above the   river,   the   progress   of the
party was necessaril    slow   and   extremely
hazardous.    Turee days   were   consumed in
passing through the canyon, without shelter
or blankets, and sometimes harassed by rain
and snow.    Very   little   sleep   could be secure, l, and   when   on   the   eighth  dsy, the
supply of   flour   was   exhausted   there waB
ample cau��e to   feel   discouraged.    But enfeebled as   it   was   from   loss   of sleep and
scarcity     of     food,     the    piriy    pushed
bravely    on.    On the ten. h   day   of   their
tramp, November 2*2, after having subsiated
for tu-o days   on    tea, three   tisli aud a few
bprrhs,   while  slowly moving down   river,
and when   within five milea of  the  nearest
ranohe, the pirty  was fortunate  enough to
meet Lieutenant Elliott, who  was iu charge
of one of   the  relief   expeditions   aent  out
from the Vancouver, Waeh., barracks.    Mr.
Elliott immediately  camped   and cared for
the men.    As soou as the party was able to
travel they were  hurried  onward by boats
on the river to the Indian ferry on the north
fork of the Clearwater river, 24 miles  from
Kendrick, then   by  wagon to   Snell's Mill
and thence to Kendrick, where they arrived
safely on November 30th, and were met by
Brigadier-General William P. Carlin, When
the route by trail was abandoued, the party
waa obliged to rely on its own  resourcea, as
the guide was not familiar with the river or
the  management  of a small  raft  in swift
water    They certainly could  have gotten
ont by November 1st, by pushing through
the snow   on   foot,   after   exhausting   the
horses, or by snowshoes.   It waa aolely the
hope of bringing out George Colgate safely
that led them to sacrifice a month of untold
hardship and suffering whioh the trip down
the river certainly necessitated.
MoAnllffe Nearly Right.
San Francisco, Deo. 1.���Jack McAuliffe,
champion light-weight pugiliat, arrived from
the east this morning. He says he is now a
bookmaker and retired from tbe riug.
When spoken to about the Corbstt-Mitohell
contest, MoAuliflV expressed the opinion
that tbf men were only bluffing and wonld
I neve* fight.
n 2
NANAIMO, B. C, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1893.
'
THE   WEEK'S   BUSINESS.
A Review of the Looal Markets and Business Intelligence.
Business throughout the city during the
past week has shown very little alteration
oompared with the preceding week. Merchants generally, while admitting the present oomplaint of hard times, yet express
themselves very well satisfied with the buai
ness done. Collections are not easy to make,
and consequently dealers, as far as possible,
are selling on a strictly cash basis.
In the building trades there has been little
or nothing doing, all work being suspended
on account of bad weather. The roof of the
Salvation Army barracks is being put on,
and the interior work on the new Presby-
terion church is well under way. The New
Vancouver Coal Company, aB already reported, intend building new coal bunkers in
order to facilitate the loading of vessels.
Dry goods firms report trade as improving,
and are getting in stocks for tbe Christmas
and Now Year's trade, at the same time reducing prices all round in order to get rid
of superfluous stock.
Groceries and Provisions.
In the general produce and grocery markets there is no change to be noted, save a
drop of 35 oents in sugar, which will seriously affect those houses carrying a large
stock. Prices vary a few cents one way or
the other among the smaller dealers, but,
with these exceptions, the quotations current as given below obtain with the larger
houses:
Butter, Creamery, 35c; Dairy, 25c. per
lb. Eggs, CaBe, 30c; Fresh, 50o to 60c.
per doz. Meats, Ham, 20c, Bacon
Roll, 18c, Breakfast, 22c. per lb. Sugar,
Granulated, 13 lbs. for $1., $7 a sack;
Yellow, 16 lbs. for $1. Green Crown, $1.50.
Teas. English Breakfast, 50c. per lb.; Young
Hyson, 50c, and Gun Powder, 60c Coffees,
Whole Roast, 40c per lb.; Green, 35c;
Ground Can, 50c; Equitable 3 lbs. for $1.
Canned fruits, table fruits, 3 cans for $1.
pie fruit, 25c. a small tin; 65c. for a gallon
tin. Canned vegetables, such as peas, corn,
beans, tomatoes, Aylmer Canada goods, 8
tins for $1. Canned salmon, 8 tins for SI.
Pickles and sauces, C. k B. pints, 40c aud
75c. Sauces, pints, 25c; quarts, 50@75c.
Vinegar, 75c. per gallon; imported C. & B.,
25c. a bottle. Canned meat, corned beef,
25(��35. Roast beef, do. tongue, 35@75o.
Canned poultry, 25c per can. Jam and
jellies ass. , 25c. per pot, 51b. pails, 85c.; 71b.
pails, $1.15. Mustard and spices, mustard,
35c. per | b. tin; all spices, ��lb. tins, 25c.
Pilot Bread, $2.25 lo $2.60 per box;
sweet biscuits, 20c. per lb.; soda
crackerB, 2 lb. boxes, 25@75c. per box.
Soaps, Electric, 25c per bar or $4 per box;
yellow, 10c. a bar, $2.75 a box; Morse's
Mikado, 25c. a bar, $3.65 per box. Toilet
articles all prices.
Flour and Feed.
Hay, $17. to $20. per ton; Straw, $1. to
$1.50 per bundle; Flour and feud
unchanged. Flour:���Hungarian and Portland $5.50 per bbl; Hungarian $1.50
per sack; Portland, $1.50 per sack; Wheat
$35 per ton, 1.75 per sack; Bran $24.50;
Canadian Shorts $26 per ton, $1.50 per sack;
American Shorts $35. per ton or $2. per Back;
Chopped feed $35 per ton; Ground Wheat
$30. per ton; Oats $30 to $35 per ton; Oatmeal 50c. 10 lb. s ck; Rolled Oats do
Cracked Wheat do Buckwheat 65c. 10 lb.
sack.
Butcher's Meat, Game and Fish.
The local meat markets report trade
steady, with no material variation in prices.
Some large consignments of cattle are expected in anticipation of yule-tide business,
but beyond this there ia little doing. Competition, such as it iB, hap little effect on
prices, the same obtaining at nearly all
establishments.
Gamo and fish are being asked for more
freely, and business in this respect is beginning to improve. There ia plenty of
venison and duck on the market. The
quantity and quality of fish to be had
remains about the same as reported last
week, with no alteration in prices. Follow
ing are quotations given by Mr. Marsh:
Venison, 7 c to 10c. a lb.; ducks
���teal 25c , widgeon 50c, and mallard
75c. per brace ; spring chickens, $1.50 per
pair.
Fish.
Halibut (scarce), 10c. a lb.; salmon
(deep sea), rare, 10c; pickerel (very
scarce), 3 for 25c; cod (rock), 2c. per lb,
cod (kelp), 5c. per lb.; herrings, 3 11)3. for
25c; skate (crisped), 8c per lb.; ootopus,
$1 per head.
Fruits and Vegetables.
Prices show no alteration; the demand is
brisk, and there is a good supply. Potatoes,
$1.25 per sack; carrots,turnipa and parsnips,
$1 per sack; cabbage, 2J cents per pound;
celery, 5 and 10 cents per bunch.
Apples, imported, remain steady at $1.50
per box. Pears have risen 50 cents and are
now quoted at $2 00 per box, oranges are
from 30 to 45 cents per dozen; lemons 40 to
60 cents. Bananas are plentiful at $2, $2 25
and upwards per bunch. Grapes are selling
well at $1.50 per box, and cocoanuts at$1.25
per dozen.
Freight and Shipping.
The freight business of the various steamers plying to Mainland and Island ports is
very steady, but begins to Bhow a perceptible increase. Shipping of every kind shows
little alteration.
Coal Shipments.
The business of the East Wellington and
New Vancouver mines is very steady. The
New Vancouver Ooal Co. inteud to erect
new bunkers on their present wharves, the
work to be done by the employes of the
company. Following is a liat of the shipments of each company during the week
past.
NEW VANCOUVER COAL CO.
TONS.
Str. Tyee to Port Townaend         .. 49
���   Angeles,     ���           ��� 83
���   Pioneer,      ���           ���            .. 31
Bark Sea King, San Francisco     .. 2,276
Str. Crown of England, San Diego.. 3,400
ROBERT DUNSMUIR AND SONS.
Bk. Detroit to Port Townsend
Str. Wellington, " "
���   City of Topeka to Sitka.
,,    Magio to Port Townsend
Schr. Weatherwax to Kahalui
5,830
TONS.
2,109
2,600
440
15
900
6,064
Those vessels now in port are as follows:
FOR DUNSMUIR AND SONS.
Am. bk. Highland Light, 1,265, Hughes,
for San Francisco.
Am. sp. Occidental, 1,470, Morse, for San
Francisco.
Am. sp. 0. F. Sargant, 1,630, Boyd, for
San Francisco.
Am. sp. B. P. Cheney, 1,260, Mosher, for
Honolulu.
FOR EAST WELLINGTON COAL OO.
Nic. bk. Dominion, Greenleaf.
FOR NEW VANCOUVER COAL CO.
Am. sp. Wachusetts, 1,519, Williams, is
discharging ballast.
It ia not expected that the new United
Statea tariff will make muoh difference to
the business of the local mines, though
it may lead to keen competition on the part
of New Zealand and Japanese collieries,
which havs for some time past been exporting coal to San Francisco. Welsh anthracite is also being largely imported into the
Golden Gate district.
Business Changes
are almost nil. The Commercial Hotel haa
been taken over by ex-Chief Thomas O'Connell. T. L. Brown, dry goods and gents'
furnishings, has moved into a larger store,
opposite Pimbury k Co's drug store R.
Hilbert of the Lion House haB sold out all
old stock, and is replacing it with entirely
new goods. Merchants generally are turning over stocks and having a general overhauling of books and accounts in preparation for the fast approaching new year.
Wheat and Produce.
Telegraphic advioes received last night
from New Yeik report flour quiet, and
prises firm. No. 3 spring was more active,
and very irregular, declining J. Cables and
large contract deliveries advancing J@l�� o.
on shorts covering, and firmer cables, declining gov i o. on realizing, closing weak at
unchanged prices to \ c on advances, closing
prices being 67J; J an.,.IS j; May, T.'ij; Feb.,
70; March, 71.
Raw sugar steady and dull; Fair refining,
2g; Centrifugals, 96 test, 3c; Refined,
steady and on demand.
Coffee options closed steady at 10 at one-
ninth per cent, advance; spot Rio quiet,
prices steady.
Hops are quiet and steady. Pacific coast
18@25.
The Stook Markets.
Heavy purchases of stocks and bonds for
Loudon accounts yeaterday caused a general
advance in pricea in the local market at the
opening operations here, and practically
ignored the Italian financial disturbance and
for that matter the trouble seemed to have
no effect on the Continental markets. London, it waaestimated, took fully25.000 shares
of various stocks, as well as big batches of
bonds shortly after the opening. Sugar
suddenly dropped from 83 to 80, the other
industrials were also weak, notably lead and
whiskey. There were tome heavy liqu-
dations in lead preferred by parties who
feared that the Wilson Tariff Bill if it becomes a law will cut down the profits of
this concern. About the only weak spot
among the railways was Chicago, Burlington and Quincey, and the stock fell
U to 802 in the afternoon. Chioago
Gas, and L. k N. developed great
strength. The last named advanced on
official statements that the company had
paid off a big loan in London and that the
27,000 shares of stock pledged as collateral
had been returned. The stock rose 1 to 52J.
Union Pacific went up from 20J to 23$. A
rumor was current to the effect that the reorganization scheme will provide for a settlement with the Government by the issue of a
2 per cent, blanket mortgage. Atchison advanced to 21 j, the statement of the company's operations for October having proved
more favorable thau expected. Chicago
Gas moved up to 69 on the general
belief that the directors on Wednesday
will declare a cash dividend of
li per cent. The market was strongest
near the close and the best prices of the day
were current then. Iu the inactive stocks,
American tobacco fell 3j to 79.4 and Edison
I lumiuating of New York advanced 2 to
974- The net gains for the day in the prominent issues ranged from } to 1J per cent.
The Bales were 268,000 shares.
Closing bids were : Atchison, 21J;
Chicago, Burlington and Quincy, 81;
Canada Southern, 52jj;; Canada Pacific, 74i; Central Paoific, 18J; C.
C. C. 36��; Delaware k Lackawanna, 148};
Erie, 15��; Wells, Fargo, 120; Great Northern, preferred, 108; Lake Shore, 128J; Louisville and Nashville 52jj; Missouri Pacific,27 ji;
New York Central, 1033 ; N. Y. & New England, 31} ; North American, 4J |
Northern Pacific 6J; preferred, 23j; Oregon
Northwestern, 1068; Oregon Navigation, 28;
Oregon Improvement, 13J; Pacific Mail, 16};
Reading, G. 2iJ; Rock I-land, 71; Southern
Pacific, 194; St. Paul, 66J ; Texas Pacifio,
9J ; Union Pacific, 234; Western Union,
92.
Bar silver, fiflj per ounce. Money on oall,
1 to 1}. Foreign exchange, sterling, 484}
for sixty days, 487 on demand. Union
Paoific firsts of 1806, 104}; Central Pacifio
firsts of 1895, 103 bid,
Bradstreet's Weekly Report.
Bradstreet's report to day says:���"Exports
of wheat, flour Ii eluded, from both coasts
equal 2,440,000 bushels for the seven days
ended Nov. 30th, against 2,764,000 bushels
for last week, 4,533,000 bushels one year
ago, and 7,602,000 bushels in the week two
yenrs ago. The recent rumors that Ruaaian
official reports make the wheat crop in
its European provinces 79,000,000 larger
than previously reported ia confirmed
by a oable to Bradstreet's. General
trade at Toronto is quiet and the
outlook iB Icsb promising Mild weather
and stock taking at Mom real marketsherald
the dull season. Jobbers at Quebec city
report a fair volume of tales with improved
collections. Now Brunswick advices are
that fall trade has beeu fairly satisfactory, although shipping intereats have
been    less    remunerative    than   expected.
The lumber trade with Europe has been
good, with the United States slow. Bank
clearings at Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal,
and Halifax aggregate $19,080,000
this week, 21 per cent, more than last week,
which waa a short week in the Dominion,
Thursday Nov. 23, having been observed as
Thanksgiving Day. Contrasted with clearings one year ago, a decrease of less than 3
percent, is observed."
High School Entrance Examination
THE   SEMI-ANNUAL   EXAMINATION of Appll-
cants to a High School will be held in the Hoys'
School building, Nanaimo, commencing at 9:15 a.m.,
on December 4th.
Candidates must he punotual,
8. D. POPE,
1 Superintendent of Education.
Education Offioe,
Victoria, B. O., Nov. 22nd, 1803. 24-11 Ot
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H. K. PRIOR,
8-11-tf General Freight and Passenger Agent.
Union Steamship Comp'y
Of B. O., Limited
Head Office and Wharf, Vaneouver, B.C.
Vancouver to Nanaimo -SS. '��� CTJTCH *
leaves C.P.R. Wharf dally (Sundays excepted) at 1:16
p.m.    Cargo at Union SS Co.'s wharf until 11 a.m.
Nanaimo to Vancouver.���SS. " CUTCH "
leaves daily (Mondays txci-ptcd) at S a.m.
Vancouver & Northern Logging Camps
and Settlements.-SS. COMOX leaves Company's Wharf every Monday at It noon, for Northern points as far as Bhoal Hnv, Thurlnw Island, returning via Qualhiaskia Cove, Seymour NarrowB
every other trip. Every other Monday the veese
proceeds as far North ns Port Neville.
MOODYVILLE    FERRY.
Leave Moody villa���8.11.45 a.m.; 2:3d, 4:30 p.m.
Vancouver���10:16 a.m., 1:16, 3:30, 6 p.m.
Steamers and Scows alwai s available for Excursions
Towing and Freighting Business. Storage Accommodation on Company's Wharf.
W P. TOPPING, Manager.
W. B. DENNISON, Agent, Nanaimo, B. C.
Telephone 13. g.n u
MAINLAND AND NlNUMU
STEAM NAVIGATION (OT
Steamer "OITY OP NANAIMO."
(W. ROGERS, Master.)
TIME TABLE, No. 1.
To take effect on Monday, Feb, let, 1892.
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Vancouver Nanaimo, Mondays, 1:30 p in.
Nanaimo Vancouver, Tuesdays, 7 a.m.
Vancouver Westminster, Tuesdays, noon
Westminster Nanaimo, Wednesdays, 7 a.m.
Nanaimo     Vanoouver, Thursd -ye, 7 a in.
Vanoouver Nannimo, Thursdays, 1:30 p.m.
Nanaimo Vancouver, Fridays, 7 a.m.
Vancouver Nanaimo, Fridays, 1:80 p.m.'
Nanaimo Vancouver, Saturdays, 7 a.m.
Vanoouver   Westminster, Saturdays, 11 a m,
FAt<E.~ $1.00.
811,2nl L. ROGERS, Purser.
NANAIMO
MACHINE WORKS
Fraeer Street, near Bastion St. Bridge.
NANAIMO, B. C.
AGENCY Of THE HUDGK AND NEW HOWE-
Safety Pneiuu itle Tire Woyclca. Sample Machines v ill be on view for a few diva. A full line of
repairing material on hand, and' repairs promptly
made
R. J. WEN BORN, Proprietor
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Showing the Dates and Plaoee of Courts
of Assize, Nisi Prlus, and Oyer and
Terminer for the Year 1893.
FALL ASSIZES.
OH TUB MA1NI.AN0.
Richfield Monday...- 11th September
Clinton Wednesday 27th September
Kamloops Monday 2nd October
Lytton , Monday 0th Ootober
New Westminster... .Wednesday 8th November
vanoouver Wednesday 16th November
on vascoiivkr Island.
Viotoria Monday..
Nanaimo Tueiday.
8-U tl
.27th November
..6th December
The Telegram Job Department turns
out fine printing seoond to none. nanaimo, b. c, Saturday, December, 2,1893.
The New York girl of the period has
found a new diversion for these autumn
afternoons. She is a much misrepresented maiden, says the New York Herald, and the lurid stories told about her
cig-arette proclivities and penchant for
alcoholic appetizers before dinner are
most of them to be taken with a liberal
allowance of salt.
The young woman who has entered
society is apt to be if anything1 too impressively correct in her- demeanor and
conversation. The not-yet-out girls
wh'o are just freed from school thrall-
dom and yet not amenable to social
duties are the ones who, like "Ravvy,"
are apt to get "reckless" and squander
their month's allowance in one highly
colored week of bonbons, matinees,
silk stockings and ice cream soda.
It is among these girls that the new
fad has taken hold and they regard it
as a desperately wicked amusement,
and therefore affect an air of secrecy
about it which is very interesting to an
outside observer. The fact of the mat-
is, these soon-to-be debutantes have
tired of "dove" luncheons and chaperoned matinee parties, and they go off
among themselves in parties of four or
six and have Italian d'hote dinners.
It is not that there is anything so desperately wicked in an Italian dinner,
but the fact that they are able, undiscovered, to enjoy these oily repasts
gives the afternoon feast the nature of
boarding school "spreads," so dear to
the heart of every school girl.
Some of the up-town Italian restaurants are very comfortably furnished
and are quieter than the large hotel
dining-rooms, especially between four
and six, the hours which those giddy
girls choose for their banquets. The
long-haired tenor out of an engagement
and the rest of the bohemian diners
who are to be found at the tables later
on are then promenading upon the
rial to with three-hundred-dollar-a-week
airs but artistically slim pocketbooks.
So the girls have it all to themselves,
and they giggle a great deal as they are
served, and try to look as though they
understood all the waiter mutters between . courses. Spaghetti is eaten in
large quantities, and some of the more
daring indulge in claret and ice water,
with sugar therein���a beverage which
to all appearances neither cheers nor
inebriates. When the meal is concluded
���usually by a few dyspeptic-looking
nuts and a blase orange or two���each
girl solemnly opens her purse and deposits one dollar in the mutual fund.
To tip or not to tip the waiter is the
next subject which causes a flutter in
the party, the more advanced advocating it in smothered whispers, while the
others are opposed to the custom on the
ground that it is decidedly "fast."
Usually the waiter takes in the controversy with a lowering brow and an a>��*
of hopeless resignation, but when the
girls take up another collection and
blushingly deposit an offering upon the
tablecloth his face is like a summer sky
after a shower. Then they all file out
with an air of suppressed excitement,
and they take horse-ears to their several homes and tell their folks they've
been slumming.
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(FORMERLY   THE   VANCOUVER   COAL   COMPANY)
: :  ABB THE LARGEST COAL PBODUCEBS ON TBE PACIFIC COAST  : :
IDWARD W. BICEE
Notary Public
Conveyancer, &c
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Equitable Life
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120 BiiO 1; WAY, NW YORK
WELLINGTON, B.C.
8-11-tf
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Always on hand, a full assortment of
Canadian  and California   Fruits
Also, a. full line of Domestic and Imported
CIGARS & TOBACCO    s-lUm'
Nanaimo Coal       Southfleld Coal
(Used Principally for Gas and Domestic Purposes) (Steam Fuel)
New : Wellington : Coal
(House and Steam  Fuel)
^ These Coals are Mined by this Company only and by Union Lab op ^
THE   NANAIMO   OOAL gives a [large percentage of gas,  a high  illuminating power,   unequalled by any  other  Bituminous  Oaa Coals iu the world, and a superior
quality of Coke
THE   SOUTHFIELD   COAL ia now used by all the leading steamship lines on the Pacific.
THE   NEW  WELLINGTON  OOAL) which was recently introduced, has already become the favorite fuel for all kinds of domestic purposes.     It ia a clean, hard coal,
makes a bright and cheerful fire, and its lasting qualities make it tbe most economical fuel in the market.
The several mines of the Company are connected with their wharves at Nanaimo and Departure Bay, where ships of the largest tonnage are loaded at all stages of the tide.
Special despatch is given to Mail aud Ocean Steamers.
7-11-iam
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WELLlMTONLIVEHi STABLES
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Coal, Wood and Lumber Hauling
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Shingles, Laths,
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Windows, blinds.
Moulding, Scroll Sawing and tain:
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AU kinds of Wood Finishing furnished.
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NANAIMO, B. C.
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NOTICE ia hereby given that, under the
provisions of Section 2 of the "County
Courts Amendment Aot, 1893," Hie Honor
the Lieutenant-Governor in Council has fixed
the firat day of December, proximo, as the
date from and after which Sections 3 to 7,
inclusive, of the said Act shall become and
be in force.
A. CAMPBEr-L REDDIE,
Deputy Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
9th November, 1893. 18-11 6t.
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J^IXID    JBOTTDSrr)    TO    LEAD
OUR PRICES ARE AT THE BOTTOM       -I-
.A-IDTID    BOTJIT3D    TO    STA7    THERE
We have auctioned off the whole of our old stock
and ara now opening up a complete new stock of
BOOTS and SHOES
Of every description, at prices tbat defy competition
59 Oases now being opened up, nnd New Goods -will continue to arrive daily from now till Christmas
WE WILL SELL FOR CASH
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SATURDAY,  DECEMBER 2, 1893.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
Edmund Yates, in hia correspondence
from London states that Mr. Gladstone ia
beginning to show signs of weariness by
falling asleep at his post in the House of
Commons even before the dinner hour in the
afternoon. The old statesman will next
month complete his 84th year, and the
greater part of that time has been spent in
a public lite of extraordinary activity. It
is little wonder that his age and labors commence to tell upon him. Very few men in-,
deed have carried their intellectual rigor
into advanced life aa has Mr. Gladstone.
Among those who have done so are Thomas
Carlyle, Plato, Buffon, Goethe, Franklin,
Sir W. HerBchell, Newton, Voltaire and
Halley, the astronomer. But these are only
a handful of names after all,and are seleoted
from aeveral centuries. The disappearance
of Mr. Gladstone from the scene may not be
witnessed immediately, but even the waning
of his powers must be a matter of deep
anxiety to the parly of which he ia the
mainstay.
The propoaed amendments to the act providing for a labor bureau and councils of
conciliation and arbitration promise to give
the Provincial Government much food for
reflection between now and the next session
of the House. Following the interest taken
in the matter by organized labor bodies,
unorganized labor now proposes to take a
hand in the matter and will ask for recognition. With a view to thia a maaa meeting
of unorganized labor haa been called in Victoria for Tuesday next, when ateps will be
taken to represent to the Government the
views of this important branch of society.
It will be interesting to watch the proceedings of this meeting and what kind of
workers will be represented there. When
it is considered that what is termed organized labor represents but a fraction of the
great maaa of workers additional interest
will centre in a gathering such as that announced to take place in Victoria on Tuesday next. Our Victoria correspondent informs us that the propoaed meeting is the
result of a refusal on the part of the laSor
delegates who recently visited Victoria to
allow Mr. W. P. Winsby and a Mr. McKim
the right to participate in the conference
with the Government.
The Ottawa Citizen of a recent date aa; a:
The Minister of Marine snd Fisheries is at
present engaged in conaidering the report of
the commissioners appointed to investigate
the complaints touching the salmon fishery
regulations of Britiah Columbia Sir. Charles
expects in a few days to have the reault of
the inquiry pat into the shape of draft regulations whioh will be aent the members for
Britiah Columbia and to the Boards of
Trade, to ascertain the views of the parties
interested before making a final recommendation to His Excellency in council. There
will be ample opportunity to do this before
the commencement of ths fishing season next
���pring.        	
Province would only have a ahort month or
two at their diapoaal. It had occurred to
the Government, at one time, that the Chicago exhibit could be removed to San Francisco. That, however, oould not be done,
as the exhibit was going to the Imperial Institute, that being arranged before the present exhibition had come forward, and the
exhibit had already been removed. Ths exhibit could not be got up without conaider-
able expense, and there were no funds at
present at the dicpnsal of the Government.
Hon. Col. Baker pointed out tbat it would
be impossible to get together a display of
minerals during this season of the year, and
it would be a great pity if such an important
resource was uot properly represented.
Mayor Curtis, of New Westminster, urged
that this was an opportunity for advertising
the Province that might not occur again, as
of the million people that were expected to
visit San Francisco, many would be looking
for investments, and an exhibit of our resources would uttract their attention. An
outlay of $10,000 or $18,000 would, he felt,
be to the advantage of the Province if the
Government could aee ita way clear to make
an appropriation.
Mr. Macgowan apoke in a similar way for
Vancouver, while Aid. Nightingale, of
Nanaimo, advocated tho matter on the
ground ot the great good it would do to the
coal induatry of Nanaimo.
Othera of the Victoria delegation followed, holding that a good exhibit oould be
secured, and advocating the utilization of
the Provincial museum and mineral collection. The Mainland men were sure a good
lumber diapUy could be secured, besides
slate and agricultural products, helped out
by the experimental farm exhibits.
Finally tbe Premier thanked the delegation for their attendance*, saying that the
Government would carefully consider every
argument put forward, and if they found
that they could constitutionally assist the
project, their first impressions would not be
so indelible as not to be removed. The
question was one of money, and the Finanoe
Minister would have to be consulted. The
wiahea of the delegation would have careful conaideratiou.
After thanking the Premier and the other
ministers, the delegation withdrew.
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Hia Flagship, Under Fire of Five
Forts���Laying for the Nictheroy.
London, Dec. 1.���A despatch to the Exchange Telegraph Co. from Rio Janeiro
states that the insurgent Admiral Mello
has finally succeeded in forcing a passage
through the forts guarding the entrance of
the Bay of Rio Janeiro and that his flagship,
the Aquidaban, ia now on the high
seas. The paasai;e waa not effected
until some desperate fighting had been
dons. The entrance is guarded by five
forts. Advices from another source state
that when the Aquidaban was seen approaching the forts, a heavy fire was directed against her. She replied briskly, and the
fight was kept up until she had run past the
forta aud was out of range. It was seen
that some of the shots from the forts took
effect and it is believed that the Aquidaban
suffered conaiderable damage. The Government forces, particularly the troops
managing the battery, suffered severely from
the effeots of the rapid fire guns on board the
warship. Considerable damage is aaid
to have been done to the forts by the big
guns of the Aquidaban, whieh.appeartoliave
been well solved. The Government forces
generally Buffered severely. After
the Aquidaban waa out of range,
she atood away for the aonth.
It ia conjectured at Rio Janeiro that she
will effect repaira aa rapidly aa possible at
sea, and then cruiae in the vicinity of Cape
St. Roque to intercept the Nictheroy and
the American, the improvised warships now
on their way from New York to reinforce
President Paixoto,
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NOTICES.
TEACBEB   OF   ABT.
MISS BLACKBURN is a flrat-.ls.si Teacher in all
branobes of Art nnd Fancv Decorative Painting.
Hours���9 to 12 m., 1 to 6 and 7 to 10 p.m., Tuesday's and Wednesdays. Only 25 cents per hour
Studio in the Y.M.C.A. Block. 17-11 tf
OCEANIC   STEAMSHIP   COT.
PROM SAN FRANCISCO
For HONOLULU,
APIA,
SAMOA,
AUCKLAND.
NEW ZEALAND,
And SYDNEY, N.S.W.
TBE MIDWINTER FAIB.
The Interview of the  Board  of Trade
Deputation with the Government.
The deputation appointed by the Provincial Boards of Trade to requeat the Government to arrange for a Provincial exhibit at
the California Midwinter Fair, aa announced
in yesterday a Tkleoeam, met the Government representatives in the Department of
Agriculture at. Viotoria on Friday evening.
Mr. Flummerfelt introduced the membera
of the deputation to the Government representatives, Hon. C. E Pooley and Hon.
James Baker, and stated the object for
whioh they called upon the Government,
setting forth the utility of the Province
making an exhibit in coal, fish, lumber and
minerals, particularly as the propoaed revision of the Amerioan tariff would encourage export trade to the States.
Hon. Mr. Davie replied that the Government had already given the subject a great
-deal of consideration, and the result of
their deliberations pointed to the inadvisa-
bility of making an effort to have a Provincial display. The Government felt it would
be extremely unwise to make any attempt
unless they could succeed in making such a
creditable display that it would be an unquestionably meritorious advertisement of
the country. They could not afford to take
any risk of failure or but partial success.
He would point out that it was now approaching the end of the year and the opening of the fair. Nothing had yet been done
by way of preparation, consequently it
would take some time to get up a display.
The Chicago fair had given some experience,
no doubt, but it took a couple of years to
prepare for that.   In the  present  oase the
American Corruption.
Chioaqo, Ills., Dec. 1.���It was whispered
about the oourt to-day that one of the men
prominent in the prosecution of the Coughlan
trial was offered $10,000 last Wednesday if
he would so conduct the case that Coughlan
would be acquitted. The nefarious propoai
tiou in said to have been made by a man
holding a responsible position in the employ
of the city. Wheu the proper time cornea a
full] exposure of thia attempt at bribery will
be made. It ia probable that before to-morrow night a police officer, whose name is
known but is withheld at tho request of the
prosecution, will be taken into custody,
charged with having participated in the
murder of Dr. Crnnin. He is said to have
been the man who closed the door of the
Carlson cottage behind the unfortunate physician.
Watching for Anarchists.
Brussels, Dec. 1.���A cordon of French
and German police has been formed on the
Belgian frontiera to watch for anarchists,
57,500 of whom are known to be in Belgium.
International measures for the suppression
of anarchists are approved by the Belgian
Government.
FOB HONOLULU
SS. AUSTRALIA,
(3,000 toils.)
Saturday, November 25th, 1893,
At 2 p.m.
For APIA,   SAMOA,   AUCKLAND,   NEW
ZEALAND AND SIDNEY,
SS.   ALAMEDA,
Thursday,   December  14th,   1893
For freight or passage apply to District Agents,
H. FOBESTEB A Co., Nanaimo.
Passengers booked through from Nanaimo.
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ESTABLISHED   1S75
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opposite PIMBURY & Co.'s Drug Store.
T. L. Browne & Co.
THE BOX STORE
ESQUIMAU k NANAIMO RAILWAY
A Widespread Effect.
Glasgow, Dec. 1.���The strike of the
Scotch coal miners ia causing great inconvenience. Mills and factnriea are being
cloaed, owing to the coal aupply being ex-
liauated. The Anchor Thread Worka,
Paialey, are closed this morning and 4,000
handa are idle.
Another Shaking Up.
Quebec, Dec. 1.���An earthquake ahook
waa felt at River Moiaie at 5 o'clock thia
morning. River Moiaie is in Sagnenay
County, on the north shore of ths St. Lawrence opposite Mount Lewis in Gasps
County.
Honor Satisfied.
Pabis, Dec. 1.���The duel between M.
Etienne and Miller, fought to day, reaulted
in Miller being wounded in the right side.
Swords were used.
STEAMER
JOAN
J. E. BUTLER, Master.
On and after March 22nd, 1893,
The Steamer JOAN will sail us follows,
sailing at War Ports as Freight
and Passengers may offer:
Leave Viotoria, Tuesday, 5 a.m.;
,i    Nanaimo for Comox, Wednesday, 7 a.m.
n    Oomox  for  Vald.z   Island,   every   alternate
Thursday, 7 a.m., (returning same day),
ii    Comox for Nanaimo, Friday, 7 a.m.
u    Nanaimo for Viotoria, Saturday, 7 a.m.'
For freight or state rooms apply on board, or ai the
Company's ticket office, Viotoria Station, Store street.
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Victoria Crescent, Nanaimo, B.C.
HULL BROS. A CO., Proprietors.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Dealers in all kinds of
MEATS, VEGETABLES, ETC.
Hotel, and Shipping supplied at ahort notioe.   Meats
delivered free of obarge to any part of
ths city or district.
Hull Bros. A Co., Viotoria Crescent,
BRANCH SHOPS AT NORTHFIELD AND WELLINGTON.
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wearing
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Our Styles are Captivating
Our Qualities are Enduring
Our Fit is Perfection
Our Prices are Reasonable
WE   REPAIR   BOOTS   AND   SHOES   ON   THE   PREMISES
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Real  Estate  Brokers
Insurance and Commission Agents
P. O. Box 167
46  Commercial  Street, Nanaimo,  B. C.
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A full stock of the
LATEST IMPROVED TRUSSES
Air nnd Water Pad,
Elaatto and Spring.
:   AND POH SPONGES
We hare the Largest Line  in the Citj.
COMPOUNDING PRESCRIPTIONS OUB
SPECIALTY
Use our Balsamic Elixir
For Coughs and Oolds.
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will immediately visit our Store. Everything
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How well we will please you, and
How much we will save for you.
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Leading Tailors
47 Commercial Street
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Don't wait for our bargains to be adver
tised, but when you have any spare time
call at our Auction Rooms, Bastion street.
You can get what you want at very low
figures. We have on show at the present
time a variety of Stoves, Beds, Furniture,
Men's and Boys' Clothing, kc. also a ohoice
collection of Real Brussels Rugs. The latter
are selling rapidly. Lose no time in getting
one.
Auction Sales every Saturday evening.
New and Second Hand Furniture, kc,
bought and sold.
H. Fokibteb k Co.,
(The old established Auctioneers),
23-11-St. Bastion street.
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WHEAT,   BABLXY.   OATS.   MIDDLINGS,   SBOBTS
BBAN,   MIXED   TEED.   GBOUND   BABLXY
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PBOVINCIAL CAPITAL
Unorganised Labor Wants Representation Now.
Victobia, Dec. 1.���A mass meeting of unorganised labor has been called for Tuesday
next, at the City Hall, for the purpose of
representing the interests of this important
branch of sooiety to the Provincial Government in connection with the working of the
Labor Bureau and conncila of conciliation
and arbitration. W. P. Winaby, who secured the right to use the City Hall, is the
leader of unorganized labor in the matter.
He attended the recent conference of labor
delegates with the Government, as a representative of the Ancient Order of Foresters,
an invitation having been sent this important secret society by mistake. Finding that
the interview concerned labor interests very
much he decided to remain as a representative of many laboring men in the ranks of
the Foresters. His right was challenged by
labor union men, however, and he was compelled by them to withdraw, as was also
delegate McKim, who acted as spokesman
for the Vanoouver loggers, who have no organized uoion. The non-union men have
now decided to be heard separately and
their mass meeting on Tuesday is the preliminary step.
Upwards of 250 tenders have been received for the const ruction of the new Parliament buildings. The contract will be awarded in a few days.
The steamer Danube, whioh arrived from
the north to-day, reports that ice is
already being got out on the Skeena river,
where the snow is now two feet deep on the
level.
The steamer Chieftain, a valuable tow-
boat, recently went ashore two miles below
Port Kssington. She floated w.'th high tide
at the following dawn, when it was found
that a large hole had been stove in the starboard side. The repairs, necessarily extensive, will bo executed at some place on the
Skeena.
tion of coming to San Francisco in a body,
sometime during the fair. It is not impossible that thia proposed press day will
dsvelop into a most interesting gathering of
literary people from all over the world and
tbat there may be held on that occasion a
copgreis on matters relating to newspaper
and literary work in general, whioh will be
second only to that which was held in
Chicago during the Columbian exposition.
A Congressman Dead.
Mauch Chunk, Pa., Dec. 1.���General
William Lilly, congressman at large from
Pennsylvania, died at hia home hare this
afternoon. He waa elected a member ot the
Penoaylvania house of representatives in
1850 and 1851. He was a Democrat until
1882, when he became a working Republican. He waa a delegate to aix national
Republican conventiona and to every Republican state convention since 1883. He
was elected in 1892 as one of tbe two Cong-
gressmen at large from this state aa a
Republican.
MELLO ESCAPES.
Thought to Propose Joining tne Bebels
at Dostorro.
Washington, Deo. 1,���News of the escape
of Admiral Mello reached Washington today in the shape of a cablegram from United
States Minister Thompson at Rio, as follows:
"Admiral Mello left the bay this morning
on the Aquidaban, going south."
Probably the high tariff on cable messages
from Brazil caused the minister to confine
, his news to this meagre statement, so tha
officials here are in ignorance of the rsasona
of the rebel Admiral'a intentions, and the
strength of the naval forco he left behind
him. It ia, however, surmised that he has
taken his flagship towards Desterro to join
forces with the revolutionists in that
vicinity, leaving the partial siege of Rio to
be prosecuted by the vessels remaining in
that port. There has been a supposition
ontertained here that the Admiral
when he left Rio, whioh movement
was expected by the officials, would steam
north with tbe intention of meeting the
Nictheroy, lately the El Cid. It was
thought probable in tbat case that the light
unarmored cruiser would fall an eaay prey
to the iron-clad with hor heavy rifled guna,
but the fact that Mello has gone south gives
color to the story that his vessel is in bad
oondition, and unfitted to cope with the fleet
oruiaer. It ia probable also, that the hull of
ths warahip ia so foul from long exposure to
the quiet tropical waters of Rio bay, that
ths commander has found it absolutely
neoessary to go to some safe place where her
bottom may be cleaned. Meanwhile the
further movements of the Aquidaban are the
object of great solicitude in official oircles
here, and it is expeoted that when she next
appears in port the nearest United Statea
diplomatic consular officer will promptly
report the fact.
Tbe New Master Workman.
Baltimore, Md., Dec. 1.���James Sovereign, the new general master workman of
the Knights of Labor, who was eleoted on
Monday lai-t to fill out T. V. Powderly's unexpired term spent several hours in Baltimore before proceeding to Philadelphia to
take charge of the affairs of the order. Mr.
Sovereign is only 39 years of age. He waa
given a large part of the aredit of electing
Governor Boies in Iowa in his two candidatures, acid was appointed commissioner of
labor ai atretics in that, state by Governor
Boies after he h*d prepared Ihe bill creating
the bureau and pushed it through the legislature. The new general master workman
has always been an Independent in his politics with Democratio tendencies and firmly
believes in single tax. Speaking of the
future polioy in the work of the order he
said:   "My   first efforts after getting ao-
3uainted with the details of my offioe.will be
ireoted to getting around among the
people and thoroughly organizing them.
Every energy I pot-seas will be devoted to
building up the organization. I have always been a firm friend of Powderly's and
will be largely guided by his advice and that
of the new eleotive board of order. Having
never been in antagonism to the trades
unions and belonging to no faotiona in the
labor movement fexpeot the hearty co-operation of my fellow knights and the workers
generally. Anything that I oan do to bring
about oloser affiliation and more harmony
between the different labor organizations
will certainly be done, and when the general
assembly meets in Now Orleans next year, 1
believe we will have twice the number of
members we now have. I shall, as soon as
poasible, oarry out the iustruotions of the
general assembly and endeavor   to  sell the
Sroperty   in   Philadelphia  and   move   tbe
eadquarters to Washington or Baltimore."
Brethren of tbe Quill to Meet.
San Feancisco, Dec. 1.���It is announoed
to-day that the fourth day of April is tha
date that has been set for the Press Con-
g/ress in conneotion with ths California Midwinter International Exposition. This date
has been fixed through the medium of the
Press Club of San Francisco, and after consultation with the California State Press
Association and others who are interested
in newspaper work. Just what is to take
place on press day has not yet beeu decided,
but there will be appropriate exeroises
whioh will prove of rare interest to visitors
of all sorts at the fair. One plan is to invite a number of the leading newspaper
lights of the east to come here for
tbat occasion with a view to impressing
them with the greatness of California
and with a view of impressing the people of
the Paoific ooast with the greatness of the
literary visitors referred to, but even if this
done it will be but one feature in the great
day's doings. There will be present at ths
time press delegations from all ths states
and territories on ths Paoifio coast. Some
of them have already signified their inten-
A Generons Deed.
Milwaukee, Dec. 1.���Frederick Abbott
of this city received a maeaage from Charles
L. Colby of New York yeaterday inatruot-
ing him to send $1,000 to the Buffering
minora   of lronwood and Besaemer in hia
PBOVINCIAL ITEMS.
The Temperanco cause is prospering in
Comox, meetings recently held there having
been very successful.
It is reported that the ateamer Mermaid
will ruu on the Victoria -Nanaimo route in
oppoaition to the Joan.
Snow is lying deep along the line of the
C. P. R. on either side of Donald. Winter
has fairly set in throughout the interior.
The New Westminster publio market
seems to meet with more success than the
larger buildings in Victoria aod Vancouver; it being reported alwaya orowded
and doing business right along.
L. Casey and S. Creech have left Comox
for the north to endeavor to find Lynn, the
supposed murderer of Green and Taylor at
Savary Island. It is aaid that they are
specially commissioned by the Government.
Two miners of Union got lost while out
grouse hunting a ahort time ago. They
wandered about for two days without food
until they discovered a rancher's house on
the Courtenay River, where they were taken
in and put on the right road for home.
The following appointments were officially
gazetted on Thursday: Gordon Hunter, Victoria, R. D. Irvine, Coquitlam, and H. Bal-
lock-Wf-bster, Osoyoos, to be notaries public ; Robert Lambly, of Enderby, to be a
justice of the peaoe for Yale diatrict.
A notice, appears in the Gazette that application will be made to the Legislature for a
bill to incorporate a company to construct
and operate a line of railway from some
point at or near Garry Point, on the Fraaer
river, to New Westminster, with power to
construct, a branch line in a northerly direction to the city of Vanoouver,
In connection with the United States
tariff to come into force in March it has been
reported that the McLaren-Ross mills on
the Eraser will atart sawing lumber in the
interval. These mammoth works have been
started by popular and sometimes private
report so many times in the last two years
that the rumor is to be emphatically taken
cum grano talis.
In the Gazette, notioe is given that application will be made to the Legislature for a
private bill to incorporate a company for the
purpose of constructing and operating a railway from Kaslo to Bear lake, and thence to
the forks of Carpenter oreek, with power to
build branoh lines to any mine or mines an-
jaoent to the line of railway, and to build
wharvea and docks and to, ereot and maintain telegraph and telephone lines.
A prominent shingle manufacturer and
dealer of Vancouver is credited with saying
that the trade in shingles haa become scarcely profitable, owing to the shortsighted and
injudicious competition of manufacturers.
The shingle manufacturers of Puget
Souud, unlike those of British Columbia
have had aense enough to form an association and fix a minimum price, below whioh
they refuse to go.
Walter Jones & Co.
r
Wellington, B C
8-11-0m
Noise
Will
Tell
We have been for several
reasons
Making a Noise!!
To get the combination
we are now able to
o iF1 it IE n
We could at any time get
fine Shoes at high oost,
trong Shoes at medium oost, poor Shoes at low oost.
We now have
Fine Quality, Stylish Designs, Durability
and Cheapness Combined.
WHITFIELD'S SHOE STORE
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30 VICTORIA CRESCENT
W. A. WOOD,
TICKET AGENT,
Northern Pacific Railway
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The first instalment of
our new story "Tne
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will appear to-morrow
morning, and will be continued daily until finished.   Do not miss it!
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WE HAVE THE
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WHICH IS WHM YOU PAY  FOR
c. c. Mckenzie,
Land Agent, Conveyaoeer and AeeountanL
OFFICE���Front Street, Nanaimo.
Town Lota and Famia for Sale.   Honey to Loan on
Mortgage at low ralee.
Agent for the United Fire Inauranoe Co., of Man-
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Orange Cider, Iron
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BoMer ot different brands of Lager Beer,
lleara Beer and Porter.
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P.O. BOX 79.
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MANUFACTURERS OK
Doors, I- ashes,
Moulding*, Shingles,
Dressed Lumber,   Turnings,
AND ALL DKhCRIITlONN Or
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Near Newoaetle Tomaita.
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Reaches the homes of the people
of    Nanaimo,    Wellington   and
Northfield every morning.
Therefore,    if    you   want   yonr
ailveri ieement to reaoh the buyers
you   must   advertise   in    The
Telegram.
CITY AUCTION
H. FORESTER & Co.,
(The Oldest Hlstablished Auctioneers in the Oity.)
Sales of Live and Dead Stock, Furniture, Merchandise and
Real Estate, conducted either at the Auction Booms, or at owners' residence in any part of the City or Province.
New and Second-Hand Furniture Bought and Sold.
HEAL   ESTATE.
Call and see our Register of Desirable Properties for Sale or Rent.
AQ-ENOIES:
Royal Exchange (of London) Fire Insurance Co.
New* Zealand Marine Insurance Co,
Day, Son & Hewett (London), Cattle Foods and Medicines.
8 11 3m
Winter Specialties   ;���
For Sale at the NANAIMO   PHARMACY
W.   B.   MoCABTNEY,   Manager
W. Clark's Balsam of Honey, a most effloaciouB remedy for Ooufche, Colds, &c.
For long-standing Cold*, Weak Lungs, and the after effects ot L> Urippe, use our
Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with Jamaica Rum.
For Bronchial Irritation and Maladies of the Throat, ho prevalent at this season, 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,
THE NANAIMO PHARMACY, 44 Commercial Street
Telephone 21 8-ll-i2m Night Telephone 115
james McGregor,
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Clothing, Gents' Furnishings, Underwear, Hats, Caps, Ete.
ODDFELLOWS' NEW BUILDING, COMMERCIAL STREET,
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:   :   LENZ   &   LEISER   :   :
WHOLESALE  :  DRY : GOODS
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H. C. Beeton & Co., 33 Finsbury Circus, London
Indents executed for any kind of European or Canadian Goods
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VANCOUVER, B.C.
8-11-tf NANAIMO, B. C. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1893.
LOCAL  NEWS.
Sara Lord BaUey.
Aa a town we have reason to feel proud of
tbe audience which greeted Miaa Sara Lord
Bailey of Boston, last Monday evening.more
particularly when we slate that she moBt
admirably euatained the exalted repulation
which had preceded her. The selections
were entirely new, rangiDg all the way from
heavy dramatic to the most humorous, and
the delineation of character throughout waa
perfect. Miss Bailey Beema to have complete control of every faculty of her body,
and this coupled with her natural beauty,
enables her to excel among competitors. On
Monday evening she rendered eight selections, two of which, "Life for a Life" and
"Maoda," a tale of the South, occupied
fifteen or twenty minutes respectively, and
these were recited throughout without a
falter, aud in such a realistic manner, that
one seemed to gaze upon the actual scenea.
For a go> d solid laugh, "Ruggles' Dinner
Party" and "Jimmy Brown," cannot be
beaten. What could be more natural thau
"Putting the Baby to Sleep'.'" while "Money
Musk," the "Engineer's Signal" and "The
Goat," were equally and deservedly applauded. There was but one opinion in the
audience: "She is just grand." Should
Mies Bailey ever come back to Newrrmrket,
we havo no doubt but that the hall will be
packed. There were those in the audience
who had heard Mias Coulhoui of Chicago,
who has the reputation of being the best
elocutionist on the American continent, and
they could not see but that in the rauge of
subjects and manner of execution, Miss
Bailey was quite her equal. Those who
heard Mrs. Scott-Siddons years ago, consider Miss Bailey superior to her.���Newmarket Era.
Perfumes of " Araby the Blest."
A magnificent assortment of fine perfumes
is shown by the Creacent Drug Store. The
beautiful cut glass bottles reposing in baskets of artistic shape and dainty finish,
grouped in a manner at once striking and
original make a picture pleasant of contemplation to those who love pretty things.
Even more plena .nt, however, are the fragrant essences contained in the crystal amphorae, the scent of which, lingering long,
brings up many pleasant recollections. How
many reminiscences of la belle France are
connected with the names of Kininiel and
Lubin, the famous Parisian perfumers, not to
mention their confrere Pinaud, whose Acacia
de France, Parquet Lily and French Pansy
are celebrated. Tosome.even more familiar is
thenameof Young.of New York, whose White
Lilac, sweet White Heliotrope or peerlesB
Parisian Flowers have helped to make its
reputation. No less can be suid of the perfumes from such famed houses as those of
Rimmol, Colgate, Ricksecker, Luutiborg
and Seely; while Canada is worthily represented by Taylor, of Toronto, whose goods
are put up in a very attractive form. All
these perfumes are kept by the Crescent
Pharmacy in bulk, bo that the beautiful
containers, when empty, can be ri filled; and
not be, as is often the case, a sparkling reminder of joye that are fled. The display
is worth seeing, and the courteous attendants are ever ready to exhibit their stock,
while to the curious, they impart many interesting details of the manufacture and use
of perfumes. It may be said that perfume,
essentially an adjunct of dainty femininity,
is always a tasteful aud acceptable present,
a circumstance which purchasers of Christmas presents will doubtless remember in
conjunction with the Crescent Drug Store.
The Alberni Mines.
The owners of the Golden Eagle mine at
Alberni are pushing the work of tunnelling.
The property is rapidly improving with development, and promises to be a very paying investment.
The West Coast Gold Minim/ Company,
whose property is located on China Creek,
have driven a tunnel in about twelve feet,
but have now suspended work on accnut of
the uufavoruble weather. The rock is quartz
and ironstone, assaying from ��2U lo ��150
per ton.
It is currently reported that certain land
owners in Victoria, who have property in
Alberni, are doing all they cau to boom gold
discovery there with a view to  disposing of
their land.
 *	
Should be Well Attended.
A popular entertainment will take place
in the Y. M. C. A. Hall this evening, to
commence at 8 o'clock. An admission fee
of ten cents will be charged. Following is
the programme arranged: Piano solo,
Master Btnj. McKenzie; reading, Mr. E.
Matthews; solo, Miss Maggie Steele; recitation, Miss McQueen; solo, Dr. G. A. B.
Hall; reading, Miss Mebins; piano solo, Mr.
W. W. B. Mclnnesjchairmaii's remarks, Mr.
N. B. Rosekelly. Part II���Piano solo, Mrs.
Barrett; reading, Miss Marshall; solo, Mr.
J. E. Powers; recitation, Mr. Rankin; solo,
Misa E. Harwood; reading, Rev. R. R.
Maitland; soprano solo, Miss A. Giaholm.
An Oratorical Gathering.
The session of the Y.M.C.A. Debating
Club held on Thursday evening was entirely
given over to impromptu speeches. All the
subjects allotted weie handled in a manner
that showed a great improvement in speaking power. Next Thursday night a paper
on "Printing" will be read by Mr. A. C
Campbell, of the Tklkoka.m office, who ia a
worthy exponent of the art preservative.
Visitors are always welcome.
Football Men, Muster Up!
There will be a practice for both Association and Rugby teams on the swamp to-day.
The Association team will practice at 2 p. m.,
and the Rugby at 3 p.m. It is earnestly
desired that every one who possibly can
will turn out aa the Hornets deaireas strong
a game as possible, having to play Victoria
a week henoe.
MAHRER & Co.
WHOLESALE
LIPR HOUSE
NANAIMO, B. C.
Beg to reoommend their Large and Assorted
Stock of
Getting In New Goods.
During the past week or so Mr. Richard
Hilbert has cleared out moat of his old stock,
and is now opening out an entire new stock
of boots and shoes. He intends to devote
his whole attention to this branch of the
business. In a few days he will have his
new stock in position, when he will be prepared to supply bis many customers with
anything they may require in the line of
boots and shoes.
 *	
A Great Bush.
Forester's auction rooms on Bastion street
were crowded last night, and no wonder,
for the goods were almost given away. The
space being limited, people had to shout
their bids from the sidewalk. The sale will
be continued on Monday evening, but the
auctioneer wishes to inform those people
who are unable to attend that the store is
open for private sales from 8:30 a.m. to 8
p.m. N.B.���No old shopworn stook, but
almost new goods at auotion prices.
MILWAUKEE BEER
AND CIGARS.
JUST ARRIVED l'ER
"Mary Low" & "Americana"
A coiisi^-iimeiit of the flneBt
Glenlivet Old Scotch Whiskey
MALIFAUD BRANDY
llonierl'oi'il Ale - European Sherry   Port Wines
8-11 Oiii MAHRER A Co.
Livery - Teaming - Express
HALlBURTOjTsT. STABLE
Most Popnlar Place in Na
SMALL
PROFITS
-AND-
LARGER
SALES
In order to sustain the reputation
of the
A Comfortable Double Carriage.
A Handsome Single Uusgy.
A Fine Saddle Horse.
Prompt anil Careful Teaming.
Express Van available at any time.
Aud PRIOES ARK RIGHT
J. H. COCKING,
Telephone Call, 85.
Ml tf      Proprietor.
-THE-
WALTER WILSON, PROPRIETOR.
Nanaimo, B.O.
Well lighted
Sample Rooms
Free.
8-11-1-21H
Why Purchase Interior Foreign Cigars
when you can obtain a Superior Article for the same money from
PHILIP GABLE,
Nanaimo ('ibar Factory
BASTION  STREET,
NANAIMO, B. C.
None but White Labor employed
8-U em
THE SUN
Life Assurance Coy
OF   CANADA
New Insurance, 1892���
$8,566,457.10
Surplus over Liabilities
$307,428.77
Gives   tbe Bert Contract   and
Loans  Money on Policy
after two years
Call and see the Speeial Agent���
L. W. FAUQUIER
Hotel Wilson, NANAIMO, B.C.
8-11-tf
3STOTIOE3.
NOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN thatatthe nextrea
sion of the Legislature of the Provinoe of British Columbia, application will be made for the passage
of a private bill, authorising the applicants to construct, operate and maintain a system of railway,
tramway or aerial tramway, to be operated by abeam,
eleotricity or gravity, for the purpose of oonvejing
passengers, freight and ores from some convenient
point near the head of China Creek to some point at
or near the mouth of the aaid oreek, In Alberni district, and also to take and use from China Creek, and
Its tributaries, so muoh water of the said creek and
tributaries as may be neoessary to obtain power for
the purpose of generating eleotricity to be used as a
motive power for the above mentioned system, or
other works of the applicants, or to be supplied by
the applicants to oonsumere as a motive power for any
purpose to which eleotricity may be applied or required for. With power to the applicants to construct and maintain buildlngB, erections, racewaya or
other works in connection therewith for Improving or
increasing the water privilege. And also to enter
in and expropriate lands for a site for power houae,
right of way, and for dams, raoewayB, or such other
works as shall be necessary Also, to erect, construct
and maintain all necessary works, buildings, pipes,
poles, wirea, appliances or conveniences necessary
or proper for the generating and transmitting of
eleotrioity or power.
BODWELL & IRVING,
Solioltors for Applicants,
Victoria, B. C, 17 Nov. 18M. 6-11 tf
AS BEING THE
Cheapest House in the
Trade
We are offering Special
Low Prioes
15 yds Canton Flannel for $1
Worth 10 cents a yard
6 yds of the Best Grey Flannel in B. C. for $1
Ladies' Macintoshes at $1.60,
$2 and $3
These were double this
price, but they must 6*0
FreLch Flannels, 3 yds for $1
Worth 50 cents a yard
Beautiful Assorted Plaids at
60 cents
Worth 85 cents
Black Cashmere, full width,
at 30 cents
Worth 45 cents���see it
Silk Tartan Plaid at 50 cents
Worth 75 cents
500 yards Bleached Sheeting at
25 cents
This is a Special cut
See our Ladies' and Children's
Hose
We Lead
Hair Curlers at 10 and 15 cents
Others Charge   Double
the Price
Ladieia' Cashmere Ho.se at 25,
35, 40 and 50 cents
These   line  cannot  be
beaten in the Province
FIRST-CLASS
TO ORDER
AT J. R. WHAT'S
FROM $20.
Pants, $6
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
8-11-12H1
RESTAURANT
OYSTER AND CHOP BOUSE.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
First-class Dining   Parlors  have
been fitted upstairs.
Oysters Raw Pan Roast
Fancy Roast
Plain Roast      Milk Stew
Dry Stew
New York Box Stew
Oyster Loaves Fried
6 teaks       Chops        Fish
Qame in Season
ALL WHITE HELP EMPLOYED.
ANADIAN
Pacific
Runs Palatial Sleeping and Tourist Cars
Through to Montreal and
St. Paul Daily.
ConnedioDS made with all Atlantic Steamship Lines.
$5 to $10
Less th?n Ai-y Other Route.
Steamship Lines
TO J--PAN, CHINA AND AUSTRALIA.
The following are sailings from
Vancouver, f ujbect to ��� harjge
and io dividual postponement-
TO JAPAN AND CHINA
Emprees.'of Japan - - ��� Nov. 13
Empress of Oh ina - - - Deo. 11
fcmprt-se of India    -   -   Jan. 8,'94
TO AUSTRALIA
Warrimoo Nov. 16
Arawa Dec. 16
For further information apply to
W. B. DENNISON,
GEO. MoL. BROWN, Agent.
Dist. Pass. Agent,
Vancouver, B.C.
8 11-tf
RUNNING HOTEL WILSON DINING ROOM.
W.H.PHILPOT.PMP.
Keep
your Eye
on it
The Scotch Bakery's good
Bread. It Is the best in
town���will bar none.
WILSON & McFARLANE.
8-ll-Sm
The CRESCENT HOTEL
VICTORIA   CRESCENT.
JAS. BENNETT,     Proprietor
THE BOARDING AND LODGING DEPART-
menta are unsurpassed by any in the City, and
"ill acoonmiodate a luryc aumbnr of quests. 'Die
liar Ia supplied with the Finest Brandt*, of Wines,
Liquors and Cigars in the market.
Nanaimo .
Restaurant
:   NANAIMO   HOTEL
Open Day and Night
Wnlto Labor Only Employed
In connection
with
Native  and  Olympian
:   :   : OYSTERS
In Any Style
The only Restaurant in town that puts up
ME'L8 AT 25 CENTS
And upwards at all hours ol the day and niirht
IM1 tf
k. c. Mcdonald
Manufacturer and Dealer in all kin *s of
Carriages, Express Wagons, Buggies, Sleighs, Ete
Horae-ahoeing k General Blackamithing,
Carriage, Sinn and Oriiiim-ntul Painting.
TRIMMING AND REPAIRING.
Only White Help Employed.
S-ll 12m
Call and examine our prices,
also secure Butterick's December Metropolitan Fashion
Plate, sent free. We are
Agents for Butterick's Ladies'
and Children's Patterns
Stanley House
J. M. DONALDSON
PRACTICAL
Blacksmith and Carriage Builder.
All Work Guaranteed.
THE CENTRAL HOTEL
Commercial Street, Nanaimo.
Good Rooms, Wholesome Food, Courteous Attention
And Price* Reasonable.
THE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS ON SALE
at this hotel are always of superior quality.
Give thu Central a call.
JOHN A. THOMPSON,
J. K. McDONALD, Proprietor.
Munag-r. S-U-1'.'iii
NEW BUTCHER SHOP.
OHAPBL   ST.,
NANAIMO, B. C S-U-12ni
NANAIMO
COSMOPOLITAN MARKET
COMMERCIAL STREET
Next d'ior to the Central Hotel, Nanaimo, B.C.
E. QUENNELL
MAVING OPENED A* A"OVE, WILL KEKP
ooiiB'antly on hand an assortment of Meats
Vegetables, and hopes to reoeive a continuance
' f the patronage so liberally bestowed in the past
Meats, eto., delivered loal parts of the city free of
charge. 8-11-121H
SPEGIAL'ATTEHTION PAID TO HORSE-SHOEING.
Bantlon street,Nanaimo.  8-ll-lim
DR. W. J. CURRY,
DENTIST.
Green's Blook, near Post Offioe.
NANAIMO, B. C. Mlitoa
GEO. MARSH,
FISH AND POULTRY
MARKET
COMMISSION MERCHANT.
Steam Carriage Works
RALPH ORAIG, Proprietor.
:   GENERAL,  :   :
Blacksmithing & Carriage Building
WAGONS AND FARM IMPLEMENTS
Made to Order and Kepalrod,
DVL I UST El H S '
AU6EB-DHILLING-MACHINES'
Made to Order on-Short Notloe.
SHIPSMITHING A SPECIALTY
WORKS-BASTION ST. BRIDGE
8-11 flni
PER8ON8   DESIRING TO KNOW
The Whereabouts of Chas. McCutcheon
Will flrd him at No. 53 Oomox
Road, at coiner of Pub io Park.
He keeps a Hue of the best
OROOERIES
In town, which he cells oheap for
cash.   If you want a fair deal give
him a oall.
8-11-12IH
NANAIMO, B, C.
8-11 tf
IMPORTANT NOTICE.
NEW - CLOG - SHOP
VIOTORIA ROAD, opp. Prldeaiuc St.
Flrat-olaaa Material aod Workmanrhlp Quarauteed.
Alao, Boota aod Bhoaa NaaUjr Repaired.
811 lm
When   you  go to Westminster
Stop at tbe
CENTRAL
BILL and JACK will always be on
hand to give yon a oordlal
weleomc. 8-U
DR. HALL.
RESIDENT DENTIST.
TEETH    EXTRAOTKD    ENTIRELY   WITHOUT
pain with " Laughing Oaa."
OITICB���Commercial Street,
Odd Fellows' New Blook [up stairs*.
NANAIMO B. O. 8-11 las. NANAIMO, B. C, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1893.
THE KOAxXOKE.
Some Interesting; Information Regarding
the Urest Bonis <>l* Thia Country��� Change* In Shipbuilding;.
Anyone strolling along- the bulkhead
of Erie basin, which is a vast hospital
and haven for craft of all sorts, may
have noticed recent ly a great ship with
Bkysall poles, seemingly fragile as
toothpicks, towerinf: above the loftiest
spars of the biggest vessels moored
around her. She is a four-master, and
her aerial intricacies of rigging and
halliards and ropes are a Chinese puzzle
to the landsman, but a vision of delight
to the shellback. She is the Roanoke,
giantess of wooden sailing vessels, and
the last of ber type that ever will be.
constructed in America. For that reason she is worth, more than passing notice. She represents the vanishing era
of wooden bottoms, discriminated
against by the marine underwriters
since the advent of steel ships.
Long ago. says the New Yorker, the
wooden sailing craft ceased to be a carrier of any significance in the British
trade. All of the big British clippers
are of stee', and nearly all those of recent construction are four-masters. The
British skipper calls his four-master a
harl, because she is schooner-rigged on
the fourth, which is known both as the
spanker and jigger mast. The Yankee
skipper thinks that any sailing vessel
with three masts square rigged is a
ship. The four-masted British ships
may be numbered by the score; the
four-masted American ships may be
counted on the fhiffcrs of one hand.
Hut the nautical optimists say this is to
be changed, and that the change is at
hand. The keel of thu first American
steel ship soon will be laid at Bath, and
after she is launched others will follow
her down the ways in rapid succession.
The builders hope to do with the steel
clippers, which will be constructed on
approved American racing models, what
our citizens did with wooden clippers
before the war. They held the record
then from every port, near or remote,
and they made modest fortunes for
their builders and owners. The best of
the steel British ships cannot approach
the wonderful performances of the great
fleet of Yankee flyers of forty years ag-o.
The Northern Light is credited with
making the voyage from San Francisco
to this port in seventy-two days. The
Flying Dutchman, built by William II.
Webb of this city in 1852, covered 4,li*J0
knots in sixteen consecutive days, an
average of nearly twelve knots an hour.
The Dreadnaiight made the i!,S()0-knot
run between New York and Queens-
town in less than ten days. The Sovereign of the Seas made the passage
from the Sandwich islands to New York
in eighty-two days, covering on one day
875 knots, which is better than the best
day's run of an eight-day steamship
from Queenstown. The Mary White-
redge ran from Baltimore to Liverpool
in thirteen days and seven hours. The
Bed Jacket made over 835 statute miles
a day for one week. These are some of
the records the Koanoke will try to
equal. Veteran skippers do not believe
she can do it, but her commander is
hopeful.
The Koanoke is not the biggest American ship ever built. That distinction
belonged to the Great Republic, which
was even iarger than the colossal steel
five-master France, the largest sailing
vessel in the world. The Great Republic was built in Fast Boston by Donald
McKay in 1 S.">S. Her master, Capt.
Joseph 1*. Hamilton, is the same Hamilton who now commands and partly
owns the Koanoke. The (Ireat Republic was not so heavily sparred as the
Koanoke. She carried 15,(158 square
yards of canvas, while the Koanoke
spreads nearly 20,000. From boom end
to boom end���that is, from the tip of
her bowsprit to the tip of her spanker
boom���the Roanoke .measures ."7u feet.
Her length on the keel is 'ill feet, and
her length over all is 381 feet. Her extreme beam is 4.0*8 feet, her depth 89.10,
feet and her draught 27 feet. The
golden ball on the top of her main sky-
sail pole is nearly '.'00 feet from the
deck. Her main and mizzon lower
masts are 02 feet high, aud her fore
lower mast is 1)1 feet high. Her lower
spanker mast is 0s feet high. Her fore,
main and mizzen topmasts are 56 feet
high, and her spanker topmast is frt*J
feet high. Each of her three topgallant masts is US feet high, her three
royal masts 10 feet, horskysail masts 15
feet and her skysail poles il feet. Each
of her three lower yards is 05 feet long,
her lower topsail yards ss feet long,
her topgallant yards 08 feet long, her
royal yards 55 feet long and her skysail
poles 0 feet. Each of her three lower
yards is 05 feet long, her lower topsail
yards SS feet long, her topgallant yards
(ill feet long, her royal yards 55 feet long,
and her skysail yards 44 feet long.
These are gigantic spars, and their size
can be appreciated only by the sailor-
man who furls sail on them.
On her maiden voyage from Bath to
this port recently with 1,400 tons of ice
in her hold as ballast, the Roanoke had
only light winds, and eould not test her
sailing qualities. She will fit out at
Erie, basin, and be ready for her first
cargo of 5,400 tons in December. She
will go into service on the triangular
track from New York to San Francisco,
to Liverpool (or Havre), and back to
New York. She will carry a crew of
about forty men of mixed nationalities.
She will also have, what are rare in
these days, six or eight ambitious
American apprentices, mostly from the
schoolship St. Mary's.
Yea You Do.
You want office atationery and we know
it. We have provided for your wants
accordingly and oan supply you
with anything in the way of bill heads, envelopes, letterheads, posters, etc., etc., on
the shortest notice, at reasonable prices.
Don't forget the place���Tiik Daily Tai-
GUAM.
She���Please make me up a dose of castor
ad.
Smart Clerk (after a pause of five minutes)
���Have a glass of sola, won't you?
Bhe drinks the soda and waits for tbj
ML
Smart Clerk���Anything else miss!
She���The castor oil, please.
Smart Clerk���Why, I gave you the oil io
the soda!
She���Well, I didn't want it for myself. Il
was for my brother.
interHting paragraFhs
According to a Paris journal, the Coiun
de Paris, wearied of inaction, is aliout, to
cast his lot with the Portuguese, and take
undoi- his control their possessions in Eus!
Africa.
Y*ctte Gilbert is the name of the most
popular singer iu Paris at present. Shf-
slugs at the JJouveau Cirque, and society
ladies throng to hear her retail the ballad*
of the gay Paris world.
Count Herbert Bismarck lias bad a famous
present. The ancestral estate, where tin
Iron Chancellor wan bora, Hebonhausen,
Magdeburg, Prussian Saxony, has been giver
him by bis father.
M. Cliaueliard, of the Louvre dry good-
store in Paris, has issued a copper niediii.
irhioh he gives to every one of bis customs: ���
in commemoration of his purchase of "Th-
-\ ngelus" for tho huge sum of $140,000.
The czar is credited with these words when
the closer alliance with France was pressed
upon him recently: "If they could only have
one of my brothers for emperor, the alliance
Mould lie concluded speedily."
Tbe sultan is said to be studying German
with avidity���something new for tbe gi-ami
Turk. He says tbat when Emperor Wilhulm
visits tbe Bospliorus again he will bo able to
ivelconic bim in the German language.
In the stronghold for Isolated prisoners
of St, Petersburg a printing office, the first
of its kind in Russia, has been established,
where tJie prisoners will have to do the
govern cent's printing, uuder the direct
supervision of their matcbahnk aud his as
sis tan ts.
Th'*cbai'ining Swedish prima donna, Sig-
i id A'noldsnn, is now visiting the principal
cities of southern Europe. When she ap-
pearM in the title role of "dinorab," at tbe
Liceo theatre in Barcelona recently, the
whole audience of 5,0(I0 persons rose and ae
claimed her.
Apropos of the cremation of, the Duke of
Bedford, it is pretty generally known that
Sir Charles Dilke's first wife was cremated.
But it is not known to more tbau Sir Charles'
Intimates that tbe ashes of tbe late Lady
Dilke, inclosed in a beautiful urn or vase.
ore placed on the overmautle in his own
room.
The new archbishop of York is an amateur
photographer, The bishop of Ripou is devoted to football. Bishop Ellicott is renowned for good skating. The bishop of Chester-,
as is well-known, has expressed a desire to
keep a public house. The old, staid notions
of ecclesiastical dignity are evidently decaying.
The Comtesse de Paris did not, when pass
ing last through Paris, put up as usual at the
Due do Chartres's little palace in the Rue
Francois I. No member of the De Chartre*
family came to meet her at the railway.
The breach between the families, caused by
the breaking of the engagement of their
ihildreu, is evidently widening.
A South American lady, now the wife of
a French judge, has created a Sensation in
Paris by appearing at Mme. Carnot's reception wearing the most wofiderf id pearls
ever seen in Europe, except, perhaps, those
of the queen of Italy. The same lady lias a
set of Brazilian diamonds valued at six or
seven millions of francs���about $1,400,000.
Tha Russian law permits only manufacturers paying the taxes of a guild to ure
steam power in their factorios; small ��-
tablisliments paying a simple license tax
must do their work by band power. The
technical and trade societies of the two
capitals have now petitioned the government Io allow small manufacturers to usw
rtoaui engines to the extent of five-horse
power. The petition is viewed favorably
by the authorities, and probably will be
granted.
The municipal council of Kiev has enacted
a plan for tho administrative vigilance over
servants and laborers. The latter will be
supplied with "day-laborers' lists," in which
their employers will have to inscribe their
testimony as to the behavior and diligence
ot each man for tho time he was in their employ. Servants will be supplied with books
in which their masters will have to write
down every instance of had conduct, terms
of engagement, reason for discharge, etc.
iTnirriHire or [To Marriage*
Another curious side light on the English
theory of divorce was thrown by tbj ease
heard before Sir. Justice Jetufo. A young
man and young woman����� boy and girl,
rathi'i*���agreed by th��ir own account bo go
through a sham marrlagn. Tbe nanus were
put up and the ceremony gone through
under a pseudonym, with the nddhiot.nl circumstance that the rites were Protestant
rites and tbe bridegroom a Catholic. The
reason for the marriage was that they wanted to live together and did not want to have
a scandal. The reason for tbe sham waa
that the boy's father was not to hear of the
banns, and thnttheyoung people themselves
wished to be free in tbe future. They lived
logel her for some time, and then the man
went otf.
The woman, having mot "auother." aud belle i ing No. 1 to be dead, married agaiu���a
real marriage this time. No. I having turned
.nit to be alive, she now seeks to have the first
marriage, the sham one, nullified. No. 1, so
faros be is concerned, is like I lark is���willin'.
'���ossilily ho, too. has met another, if notsev-
-;:d. The Judge apparently believes the
lory and approves the petition���all but one
ii*ul thing. The mini lied at the' first mar-
. ihot: did tbe woman consciously lie, tool
11 i h ',',"Were both humbugging at the altar,
.11 light; if the girl at tbe time believed in
tLu ceremony, then she must abide by it
now, though he and she swear it was but a
joke, and beg release, and have each met
smother fifty times over.���Pall Mall Budget.
The Art of conversation.
Tbe art of conversation is to some women
a gift. Like the poet, they are bom with
their glorious powers. But many women
who couveise intelligently aud pleasantly
hare become masters of tbe art by patient
care and study. Even persons of ordinary
ability will find upon making the effort that
where it is not a gift no other deficiency can
be so well supplemented by art. For the
untutored there are three old rules which may
not prove amiss. Talk to men on the subject
which belongs to their-peculiar callings, talk
about those things which interest yourself,
assuming also that they interest your listener,
and make it a point to inform yourself upon
a variety of topics; never be guilty
of introducing in a mixed company
a subject upon which all may not
be able to converse. There is a wonderful faculty in drawing people out,
in making the strangers and the timid feel
at ease, in putting questions so skillfully
and adroitly as to compel them to answer as
though they were conferring a favor on you,
not you seeking to sutertaiu them; but here
the rule of good breeding is the best to follow. Many of our oity bred women excel in
this elegant accomplishment, and some of our
social gath rings, for wit, repartee and Intel igent thought, bring to mind the historical
Salons of that queen of conversation. .Mme.
ile Stael. But it is not always the most brilliant talker who is the most pleasing conversationalist; truth, deference, good uature,
sympathy, tact and charity are the ingredients of the best conversation; without these
the most sparkling wit and liveliest imagination must soon repel rather than attract.
Above all sbu-i doleful topics. Tears coma
unsougrtf, uu bidden. Make people happy by
kiud and gracious words. The world want;
more sunshine. The wisest urt In life nnd
speech is to cu'tivate smiles, to find flowers
where others shrink ��i*��ay for fear of thorns.
Coffee.
Coffee is not a bush; as is popularly
supposed, but a tree, which if permitted
to grow will shoot up thirty or forty
feet. When properly cultivated, it is
nipped off about six feet from tie ground
thus presenting a surface from which
the berries are easily plucked, and allowing the main stem to gain greater
strength. The small shrubs somewhat
resemble the magnolias, with their sinning, dark green leaves, but he starry
snow-whileflowersi-e.uin-.l hieo. oi- u e
blossoms in all but fragrance.
Mot So Pleasant After All.
Those were bustling days on tbe Western
rivers fifty years ago, when emigrants from
the East flocked to the prairies of tho West.
Some of the emigrants, being poor, paid in
part for their passage by helping to wood
the boat, that is, by carrying the wood down
the hank at the wood landings and throwing
it on the boat.
A writer in the Century tells of an impecunious Irishman who did not wish to pay
full fare, nor to carry wood. He boarded a
Western steamboat at a landing and asked
the fare to St. Louis. Being told, he then
asked;
"What do you charge for 150 pounds of
freight!"
Upon learning the price, a small amount,
he said, "I'll go as freight."
"All right," replied the Captain, "put him
in the hold, and lay some flour barrels on
him so that he won't roll about if we have
heavy weather.''
Oh, Go to Grass:
"What can I dew for you?" asked tha
evening precipitation.
"Make yourself mist as soon as
When you want a first-class job of printing remember the Daily Tfi.koram can
supply it.
LIFE
THE  OLD EELIABLB
Issues Policies on all the Latest
Plans at Greatly Reduced
. . Rates . .
The Results under our   :    :   :
Life Rate
Endowment Policies
Have never been equalled by
any other Company
ABSOLUTE   SECURITY
Polieies Nonforfeitable, Unconditional and
:    Uncontestable    :
Loans Advanced on Policies
For full particulars write
GEO. D. SCOTT
Manager for B. C.
Offloo   Hastings St., VANCOUVER
8-11-tf
THE CITY TEA COMPANY'S STORE
VICTORIA CRESENT
Importers and Dealers in the
CHOICE BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
MoADIE   BLOCK.
1811 tf
+ JOB f
PRINTING
The season is now approaching when every Merchant and Business Man will require a new stock of Office Stationery
and other printed matter
m
rHE
DAILY TELEGM
HI-A.S    THE	
Best Equipped
Job Printing Office
In the Province, and carries a large stock of all kinds of Paper
and Cardboards.    We can suit our customers with any
class of work they may desire, and we are in
a position to quote prices as low as
cau be obtained in any other part
of the  Province.     Our plant is  all  new,
and the type includes all the newest designs of faces.
OFFICE We   can  supply
STATIONERY Bill Heads, Letter
Heads, Statements, Receipt Forms, Bank
Drafts,Cheques, kc, bound, numbered, perforated, if desired, at the lowest prices.
DAILY TELEGRAM, corner Commercial
and Church streets.
BUSINESS Neatly    printed,
CARDS either    colored    or
plain, in the latest styles knswn to the
trade. We have a large stock of all grades
of cardboards to select from, and can give
you any quality of stock. Prices for this
class of work have been put down aa low as
good workmanship will permit. DAILY
TELEGRAM, corner Commercial and
Church streets.
VISITING In     ladies      and
CARDS gents'   sizes      We
have a beautiful assortment of stock for this
class of work, and have also added a large
variety of script type specially for card
work. DAILY TELEGRAM, corner Commercial and Church streets.
WEDDING As soon as a young
STATIONERY lady haa decided on
the day when that most interesting event
shall take place, ahe should have her mamma oall at once and order the invitation
oards. We have just received direct from
one of the best manufacturers in London a
beautiful selection of Wedding Cabinets,
and with our excellent facilities for neat
printing we can guarantee to give entire
satisfaction in this branch. DAILY TELEGRAM, corner Commercial and Church
streets.
PROGRAMME For  Dance   Pro-
CARDS grammes and other
cards of thia description we excel all others.
We can supply Invitation Cards, Programme Cards and Menu Cards to match.
See our selection before placing your order.
DAILY TELEGRAM, corner Commercia
and Church streets.
IN VET * tf ION We have just re-
CARL'S oeived  one  of the
best selections of imported Cards, with Envelopes to match, ever brought into this
country. We have some lines admirably
suited for private parties, with Menu Cards
to match.
CUSTOMS AND We are prepared
OTHER FORMS to fill orders for all
kinds of Blank Forms, wholesale and retail,
at prices lower than can be obtained elsewhere. DAILY TELEGRAM, oorner Commercial and Church streets.
SHIP PING An immense stook
TAGS of  Shipping  Togs,
direct from the manufacturers, at eastern
prices. DAILY TELEGRAM, oorner Commercial and Church streets.
���"HIP And others would
BROKBRS consult their inter
est by calling at the DAILY TELEGRAM
Job Printing Office for prices, Ac, before
ordering elsewhere. Corner Commercial
and Church streets.
POSTER We   have,  with-
WORK out exception,   the
best seleotion of Poster type weat of Toronto, We have letters from | of an inch up
to 20 inches. We can print a bill 4x6 inches
up to 4x.S feet, or as much larger aa may be
required. Colored work a specialty. Prices
satisfactory. Call and see sixes of sheets and
type. DAILY TELEGRAM, oorner Commercial and Church streets.
BOOK We do not pre-
PRIN PING tend to do work for
the bare wholesale price of the stook. Although we buy stock direct from the mills
we expect to get fair prices for all work
turned out, and as we employ only the best
workmen we guarantee our customers entire
satisfaction in all cases. We are at aU times
prepared to give estimates for all kinds of
Book Printing and other work. DAILY
TELEGRAM, corner of Commeroial and
Church streets,
Telegram Printing Co.
W.   J.   GALLAGHER,   Manager
COB. COMMERCIAL AND CHURCH STREETS 8
NANAIMO, B. C., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2. 1893.
CONTINUED FOR THIRTY DAYS
TV
We thank our customers for their very liberal patronage during the past
month, and we are pleased to learn that our efforts to give them cheap goods
while times are hard has been appreciated.
Our 20 per cent, sale will be continued throughout December. This season our goods suitable for Christmas and New Years Presents are far ahead
of last year. They are better assorted and more sensible, besides being very
low in prices.
To secure the discount purchases must be Cash in every instance.
:���    SLOAN & SCOTT
lb* ��ailg Mtpnu.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1893.
The Windsor.
PERSONALS.
C. W. Shaw of Vancouver is in the city.
Mr. H. Lurch haa returned from Comox.
Mr. Hugh Dempsey returned from Victoria yeaterday.
Messrs. R. W. Patteraon and J. 0. Johnaoa
name up from Victoria yeaterday.
Mr. Charles H. Pierson, agent of Barlow
Bros.' Minstrels ia in the city, preparing for
the arrival of his company, who will play at
the Opera House.
Aid. Nightingale has returned from Victoria, whither he had been as a delegate from
the Board of Trade. He bringa the newa thot
Hon. Theodore Davie will visit Manaimo on
the 21st inst. in order to attend the exhibition.
The Windsor House cuisine.
A Runaway Team.
Yesterday morning a team harnessed to
one of A. R. Johnson k Go's, delivery
wagons became restive, and bolted after
kicking the dashboard into kindling. The
driver, Myles Stephenson, retaining his hold
of the reina, waa pulled to the ground, striking on hia head. The horaea, being released,
galloped away, but were captured aome time
after. Stephenaon received no hurt beyond
a bruise or two.
Wanted.���Bald headed men at the Pioneer Barber Shop. 1-12 tf
Remember The Stanley House sella only
for caah.
Remember The Stanley House always
sells at low prices.
Remember The Stanley H -use sells Every
Day Goods.
Remember The Stanley House gives you
the moat for your money.
No trouble to sell goods, Stevenson k Co.
The Windsor House.
SHIPPING.
In Port.
ENTERED.
Nov. 30���Am. str. City of Topeka, 747,
Wallace, from Port Townsend, for R. D. k
Sons.
Am. steam auhr. Maid of Oregon, 93,
Brazil Grounds, from Roche Harbor witb
180 tons of oats for A. R. Johnston k Co.
Nov. 30��� Am. str. City of Topeka, 749,
Wallace, with 440 tons of coal for fuel, and
passengers and freight for Sitka.
Am. steam achr. Maid of Oregon, 92,
Brazil Grounds, for Roche Harbor.
An. str. Magic, 134, Morrison, for Port
Townsend.
Am. schr. J. M. Waltherwax, 365, Smith,
900 tons coal for Kahalim to J. D. Spreckels
k Co.
Br. ss. Crown of England, 1698, with
3,100 tons of coal for Sun Diego, for J. D.
Spreckels k Co.
Fruit at Auction.
At. two o'clock to-day, at Forester's Auo-
tion Rooms, Bastion atreet, will be sold a
consignmen of bananas from the Sandwich
Islands. They are in fine condition and will
be sold regardless of coat to the highest bidder.
In the evening will be held a general aale
of furniture, stoves, guns, musical inatru-
ments, clothing, etc. These will also be
slaughtered to aave removal, aa Mr. Forester
is going into larger premises next week.
Spiritualists' Meeting.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Nanaimo Association of Spiritualists, will
be held in Mr. T. Hardy's building oppoeite
Salvation Army's new barracks on Sunday
Dec. 3rd at 3 p.m. Subject: "How to
develop Mediumahip." A cordial invitation
is axtended to all interested.
Whisky Did It.
A half-breed, Joe Redella, and William
Johnaton, a white man, were arrested early
yeaterday morning, having supplied liquor
to two Indians, who aleo were arrested.
The quartette will appear in the police court
this morning.
 ��
Should be Wall Punished.
Some ill-diapoaed persona have broken off
several of the pickets of Mr. Richard Hil-
bert'e new fence on Front street. It ia a
pity that the individuals wbo did the damage
cannot be apprehended and punished.
A Wellington Blaze.
A fire broke out ia the kitchen of the residence of Morgan Harris, Wellington town-
site, laat night, aad damaged the room to
the extent of about $100 before it was extinguished.	
Job Printing.
Ths Telegram job plant is now in position to do all kinds of job printing on
the shortest notice. We have a large stock
of all kinds of papers on hand and will
guarantee to suit our cuatomera in stock
and workmanship.
Paasengers and Consignees.
Following are the passenger and consignee
lists of the steamers Cutch, City of Nanaimo
and Joan, which orrived from \ ancouver,
Westminster and Comox yesterday:���
Cutch, passenger list���A. A. Dickens, D.
Pritchard, W. T. Arthurs, 8. W. Galbraith,
R. F. Cooper, J. Williamson, Mra Barwick,
H. McDonald, R. Harvey, Captain D.
Mconey.
Consignees���A. R. JohnBton k Co., J. A.
Thompaon, New Vancouver Coal Co., J. J.
Sehl, W. E. Norris, W. Leek.
Joan, passengers���Judge Harrison, H. A.
Simpson, Jos. King, Miss Collutt, Miss
Stewart, Miss Charman, T. D. Jonvs, T. W.
Patteraon, A. Lurch, C, R. Hardy, J. Bar-
rot, J. Finlay, T. D. Dunn, A. Harshaw, J.
Ray, R H. Hudson, J. W. Mackay, J. H.
Taylor, T. Bell, H. Wilson, T. Harris and
wife, A. Gibbou.
Consignees���A. Has'am, Mrs. Beers, A.
R. Johnston &Co., Granden, J. Davy, R.
Hilbert, Hull Bros , G. Marsh, J. Young,
J. P. Planta, Sloan 4 Scott, D D. Mo-
Donald, W. M. Langton.
City of Nauaimo, pansengers���C. Hum-
J. McCluggan, Rev. Glass, S. Sampson, Mr.
Calbick. Comigates��� S. Hardy, R. H.
Rosb, Keller & Luckey, Hull Bros., Jones k
Co., Hirat Bros., McMillan k Co., J. Bevilockway.
 ��-*-.�� .
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
At the Windaor.���E. T. Marriott, city;
Chas. H. l'iersou, agent Barlow Bios'. Minstrels; Mjs. F. H. Davis, French Creek; A.
Lurch, Comox; Geo. J. Honey, Victoria; H.
McCullough, Victoria,
At the Wilson.��� Mrs. Barwick and child,
Vancouver; C. W. Show, Vancouver ; Jos.
R. Wallen, Portland. P. W. Patterson, Victoria; J. O. Jonaton, Victoria; W. G. Darner,
Toronto.
Entirely Without Foundation.
A report was Bet afloat yesterday that the
property of the East Wellington Mining Co.
had been sold to the New Vancouver Coul
Co., the considers'ion being (500,000. A
Teleoram reporter who called on Mr. S. M.
Robins, of tbe New Vanoouver, to obtain
confirmation of the rumor, was assured that
it had no foundation whatever. Mr. Robins
aaid he could easily account for its having
been spread abroad, but preferred to say nothing; about it.
���
Merely a Shell.
San Franoisco, Doc. 1.���First Mate McDonald, the seoond and fourth officers and
18 of the crew of the burning ahip Gosford
arrived from Santa Barbara thia morning on
the ateamer Corona. Mate McDonald saya
there is mighty little, if any, chance of saving the vessel. It is a mistake, he says, to
say that there is any coal left in her, as the
fire started in the cargo eight feet above the
keelson and burned upwards, and the coal
has been pretty well reduced to ashes. The
mate says that the masts and bulwarks are
still standing, but the upper plates are all
warped and twisted out of shape. She is
sunk in 5�� fathoms of water, and Mr. McDonald thinka that, if an attempt be made
to raise her, she will break in pieces. Tbe
rivets were punobed out to scuttle the vessel, and many others dropped out from the
heat, so that the plates are not very strongly supported in their places, and the sbip is
merely a shell.
When you visit Vancouver do not forget
to register at the Delmonico. Emerson
leads all others as a caterer. 8-11 tf
Wholesale Smuggling.
S��N Francisco, Deo. 1.���In accordance
with instructions reoeived from collector of
customs Wise, the steamer Peru, from
Hongkong via Yokohama has been boarded
and searched for smuggled Bilk goods which
have been coming over by the Pacific Mail
steamers with great regularity as "silk
goods for own use," the same being dis-
trilmted before the arrival of the ateamers
among the different persons on board.
Searcher McGinneas, during the examination, seized aeveral dozen handkerchiefs,
gowca, ties, etc., all of which were confiscated and sent to the customs house. No
arrests were made, but the Pacific Mail
Company will be notified of the smuggling
operations of ita employees, and in all
probability, the members of the different
crews will receive strict ordera not to bring
over silk except the same be entered on the
vessel's manifest.
Church  Notloe.
St. Alban the Martyr, Nicol and Victoria
Road, Sunday Dec. 1: Holy Euchorist 8;
Matins and Litany 10:15; Missa Cantata and
Ssriuon, 11; Children, 8) Evensong snd
Lecture, 7; Subject: "The rites, ceremonies
and vestments of the English church." The
monthly pipir and magazine will bo distributed.    Geo. H. Tovey, Rector.
They are h ere
Our New Stock
Xmas Perfumes
We have given our HOLIDAY
LINKS apeolal attention this
season, and we are now ready
to nil orders :      :
Our Perfume Line includes:���
BASKETS,
decorated and attractively pnt up
SATIN-LINED BOXES
CUT GLASS BOTTLES
HAND-PAINTED BOXES
Etc., Etc.
These Goods are guaranteed to give satisfaction
Kindly Call Early and Examine Stock
The Crescent Pharmacy
DRUGGIST 8-lllzm
Victoria Crescent
A Fatal Chase.
Knoxvili.e,  Tenn.,  Deo.   1.���Two Eng-
lishmen,named Clancey and Newson,arrived
hero last night from London on a hunting
expedition. They Blurted out this morning
by boat to float down the river in search of
game. They soon ��tar ted a fox which
finally ran into a cave. The hunters followed and were suffocated.
ENTERTAINMENT
In St Paul's Institute, on Monday, Dec. 4th
FIRST PART���Laughable Karce
MY   TURN   NEXT
DRAMATIS PBRSOXjE.
Taraxa urn Twitters, an apothecary, always
suspicious Mr. Charles Charleton
Jim Bolus, his assistant, In the middle of
lova's young dream Mr. Ous Bate
Tom   Trap,   commercial  traveler, everybody's friend Mr. Fred Field
Farmer Wheaten, dreadfully 'fraid of 'pholy
   Mr. Frank Charleton
Mrs. Taraxacum Twitters, a victim of cir-
Btanees Mies Bate
Cioely, her sister, in love with Tern Trap,. .Miss King
Peg��y< maid of ��� 1! work, firm advocate of the
Poultry Show Mrs. Perkir s
INTKRMIHHION.
SECOND PART���Songs sung In Character.
Milkmaid's Chorus St Paul's Choir and Friends
Tinkers' Chorus Messrs. Charleton, Field, Bates,
Jonnston, Fnwler and Charleton
Trio Mrs. Dr. Davit, C. Charleton and Gus Bate
Armourer's Song  Mr. Frank Charleton
Quintette  .Messrs. Charleton, Field, BaU,
Johnston, Fowler ad Charleton
Closing Chorus   . St. Paul's Choir and Frltnds
1-12 3t GOD SAVE THE QUEEN.
POULTRY    gHOW
NOTICE.
Upwards of two hundred Birds
are already entered and local exhibitors are urged to send in their
entries WITHOUT DELAY, eo
that space for all may be provided.
Entry Blanks, etc , may be. obtained at the office of this paper,
and from the various District
Hotels, or from the Secretary.
1-18 It
Spectacle Wearers
If \ ou want suitable Glasses send for our
Scientific Eye Test, sent postpaid
to any address
F. W. NOLTE   & Co.
ONLY OPTICIANS OF B. G.
37 Fort St 8-ll-3in       VICTORIA, B.C.
WANTED
FOE CASH
Furniture
and StOVeS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
If you are thinking of leaving the Town
apply to us and we will buy or sell
the whole of your effects.
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE
NANAIMO AUCTION BOOMS,
OHAS. DEMPSTER,
8-ll-6m Auctioneer.
Xmas Fpuits
Candies
AND
Novelties
CHEAP
AND
AT;
FRESH
MISS LILLIE IZEN'S
Store next to Opera House,
CHURCH STREET.
CIGARS BY THElOY A SPECIALTY.
1-12 lm
An Inerease In Public Debt.
Washington, Den. 1.���The debt state-
mant issued this afternoon shows a net in
orease in the publio debt, leas cash in the
Treasury, during Novemberof $6,716,138.47.
In the month there was a ileoreaae in gold
coin and bvra of $2,152,043 26, the total at
the cloee being 1161,12*2.128. Of silver
there waa an increase of $52,122.64.
The Tki.kiikam for fine job printing.
UNION
4
BASTION STREET, NANAIMO.
We are prepared to provide our numerous
customers, and the puplic in general, with
the Beat Bread in the city.
Our (Jakes and Pies cannot be equalled.
Our Restaurant ia open any hour of the
day or night. Meals, 25 cents. We expect
that by serving wholesome fond, and by
rendering courteous retention, to reoeive a
fair share of the public patronage.
24-11
lm
F. ROiVBOITOM & SONS.
John PARKIN
:   DEALER IN
���t-PftOYISIONS
ETC.,      ETC.,      ETC.
No. 26 Commercial Street
NANAIMO, B. C. 8-11 6m
Great Clearance Sale
Or TBE
"Richardson Stock
���   ���
"ATE
THE   WEST  END
JOH3STST03ST  BLOOK
Having purchased the above stock at a I <>w Price we intend to run it off between now and
January 1st at Less than Regular Whol sale Frices, which the price at which we
bought if, will enable us to do, and still leave us * living profit.
There is in all about $15,000 worth of go> ds, and we must turn a great part of these into-
cash before the end of the year at any price.
For further particulars see hano bills.    Sale begins Saturday, December 2nd.
W. H. S. PERKINS.
8116m
G. A. MeBain & Co.
(ESTABLISHED   1888)
Real Estate Brokers
Conveyancers
Notaries Public, etc.
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