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VOL. 6. NO. 104.
NANAIMO, B. C, WEDNESDAf MARCH 14, 1894.
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Children's Holland Pinafores, 25c each.
100 gross Black and Colored Spool Cotton, 5c per. doz.
1 bale House Lining, 5c per yard.
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for cash.
DAVID   SPENCER
:   :   :  CRESCENT   :
TEMPORARY SUSPENSION  OF HOME
RULE WILL NOT INJURE IRELAND.
Parnellite Redmond Says That Rosebery's Doctrine Was an Insult to Ireland���Chamberlain Compares Labouchere to Diojtenes ��� Calls Bim a
Defecting Radical - Harcourt Makes
an Impressive Speech ������ President
Peixoto Does Not Accept DaGama's
Capitulation ��� They Will Bombard
the Insurgent Forts and Ships.
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London, March 13.���In the House of
Commons to-day, Mr. John Morley, Chief
Secretary for Ireland, stated, that there
conld be no injury to Ireland through a
temporary suspension of the Home Rule
Bill. If he had supposed that the reconstituted ministry would not be is accord with
bis views on the Irish question; he would
not be a member of that ministry. (Cheers.)
Home Rule, he said, had neither been delayed nor abandoned, but would take its
place in the course of sequence as had been
arranged, prior to Mr. Gladstone's retirement. As to tbe Irish parly withdrawing its
support from the Government, he was
happy to say there was no signs of auy such
disastrous and mischievous event. There
could be no mistake in the minds of anyone
who had read the speech made in the House
of Lords yesterday by Lord Rosebery that
he meant to do all in his power to achieve
Home Rnle, besides reducing the House of
Lords to its proper place, from the legisla
tive organization it is now supposed to be in
the minds of the English people.
Mr. John Redmond, Parnellite, said that
never during his experience in Parliament
had a more difficult aud humiliating task
fallen upon a Chief Secretary for Ireland
than the present one whioh put him up to
try the the strength of his own character as
a genuine friend of Ireland to remove the
impression created by the halting and ambiguous pin,.ben of Luiit Rosebery's speech.
Wtiatevei Mr. Moilt-y might say, he declared
Ireland would not trust Lord Rosebery.
He, (Redmond), repudiated Lord Rosebery's
doctrine that an English majority was necessary fur the passage of Home Rule. The
theory was insulting and humiliating to
Ireland, who alone bad the right to decide.
If Lord Rosebery's doctrine waa right, the
Lords had the power to oontinue to throw
out Home Rule or any other measure the
House of Commons might pass. If that
right belonged to the House of Lords,
through privilege by birth, tbeu he declared
Great Britain would ring with the cry for
its abolition,... ���*�����.
Mr. Joseph Chamberlain said the Union*
ists were satisfied with the adhesion of the
Government to their old* polioy, as it gave *
definite issue on which to meet them on all
sides. Everybody, he thought ought to be
satisfied except, perhaps, Mr. Labouchere,
who was going about like Diogenes with hit
lantern, looking for an honest friend.
Mr. Labouchere retorted that he oared
nothing about the sneers of defecting Radicals. His constitutents, he said, had given
bim their mandate and he intended to fulfil
it by moving an amendment to the address
tbat the power now enjoyed by persons not
elected to Parliament through the usual
franchise, yet were able to prevent the
passage of bills, shall cease.    (Cheeis.)
Sir William Harcourt, Chancellor of the
Exch* qutr, opposed the amendment in an
imp i-osive speech, taking the ground that
a measure of Buch grave character ought to
be taken only after the moat serious deliberation.
Peixoto  Does   not   Accept Da  Gama's
Capitulation.
Washington, Maroh 13. ��� Secretary
Gresham received a long oipher dispatch
from Minister Thompson this afternoon
saying that President Peixoto had refused
the terms of surrender by Admiral Da
Gama and that the forts bad opened fire on
the insurgents with a determination to
force them into unconditional surrender.
The final revised translation of the dispatch
was given as follows: "The forts loyal to
the Government commenced firing on the
insurgents to-day at noon. The insurgents
havn uot r turned the fire. The Government h_ refused the terms of capitulation
offered by Da Gama and announces it will
oriimneuce firing from the city batteries at 3
o'clock ttiis afternoon. The city of Rio is
practically deserted."
Secretary Gresham and his advisors were
laterally astounded by tbe despatch. Although the despatches received last night
from Minister Thompson suffered considerably in transmission, or else in putting them
iuto cipher at Rio, enough was learned from
those parts which were deciphered to justify
the interpretation then placed on them,that
DnGania had consented to become an exile
and deliver up his vessels on the sole condition that the lives of his followers would be
spared. It was not for an instant doubted
that these terms would prove acceptable to
Peixoto aud that he would promptly grant
the partial amnesty, which was considered
so reasonable. Officials here to-day
were congratulating each other that
the troublesome disorder among
the Brazilian coast was settled and tbat
commerce would no longer be hampered. At
the Cabinet meeting this morning, every
one present expressed satisfaction that the
end had been reached. Ono hour later a
messenger from the State Department hurried ovor to the White House with the
latest news, which upset all previous calculations. The Navy Department, whioh
had been annoyed at the failure of Admiral
Benham to confirm the pleasing news of the
day bofore, had suggested the explanation
that he was probably too far down the bay
to learn what information was accessible
to Minister Thompson in the oity, but
confidence was expressed that tho necessity
for maintaining the United Statea fleet in
its preseut proportions was  on   the eve of
j disappearing, and  the next   despatch   from   platform, snid he took plea-ure in nominat-
the admiral would in all likelihood announce  iug Mr. John Brydeu.    In making a nomin-
I the cessation of   hostilities   and   he   wonld  a'ion of   this   kind, Mr. Thompson   said it
.proceed   down   the   coast  to watch Mello.   was his duty to give some reasons for hriug-
i The officials were surprised late in the after-   ing forward a candidate     He   had   known
noon by receiving   the   following   despatch   Mr. Bryden for   fourteen   yearn, and knew
from Admiral   Benham,   dated   March 13:   him to be on honest   man     He   was closfly
"Notice has been given by   the government   identified with the   Urges'    inte'ests in the
that the   bombardment of   the insurgents'  place, interests upon  the   -success of whioh
ships and forts will commence at high noon, ! the success of Welling oo and  the northern
Maroh 13th.    Tho insurgent  admiral, it is  district  generally   depend   for   their very
reported, has   taken   refuge  on  board the  existence.    His experience  of   Mr. Bryden
Portuguese man of-war.    On inquiry, I fit d   led bim to believe that  he would  represent
ho is uot on board yet " the district faithfully   and   well, and  that
 ��� I whe,< his term of office expired the electors
The Printers Protest. j would not regret the choice they had made.
Ottawa,   March   13 ���A   deputation   of,    Tne nomination   was   seconded   by   Mr.
printers,   representing   the   Typographical  J*���68 Hamilton, who briefly endorsed   all
it... t %.    .     ,  m ,  _., .that Mr. Thompson   had   said   in favor of
Unions of Montreal, Toronto, and Ottawa,  Mr. Bryden. u ���� ��i ui
waited on the tariff committee of the Dom- Mr. Bryden was received with great ap-
mion Government today, aud urged the plause. He thanked tho large audience for
retention of the present duties on stereotype ; the honor conferred npon him. He wished,
plates. The printers pointed out that there however, that the nomination had been
was an abundance of plate mai ter produced , given to some one else. He approved of the
in Canada, which   gave  employment   to  a \ general policy of   the Government   but did
large number of printers, stereotype��� and
others, who would be thrown out of employment if the duty on American plates was
removed. They also claimed that the moral
tone of American plate matter was greatly
below that of the Canadian and was calculated to injure the morals of the people,
especially of the young. The committee
promised to consider the matter.
WELLINGTON SOLID
FOR    THE
PRESENT    PROVINCIAL
GOVERNMENT.
Mr. John Bryden Unanimously Nominated
by a Largo and Representative Meeting to Represent North Nanaimo Distriot.
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Last night at 8 o'olock the Institute Hall
at Wellington was crowded to the doors
with supporters of the present Provincial
Government, met together for the puipose
of discussing the present political situation
and to select a candidate in the 'interest of
the present Government in the next contest.
Mr. Sharpe, chairman of the executive committee, appointed a short time ago to take
the matter in hand, occupied the chair.
Upon calling the meeting to order Mr.
Sharp read the notice published and the object of the meeting and then declared it
open for business.
Mr. John Matthews then moved a resolution of confidence in the preseut Government which was seconded by Mr. Thos.
Haggart. Both mover and seconder Bpoke
in favor of the motion and briefly reviewed
the policy of the Government, showing why
the couutry should oontinue lo support the
present ministers.
Mr. Wm. Badcock aaid the time had
come when a change waB necessary. He
aaid it appeared that the present members
considered they had done their duty when
they had got the votes of the electors, and
that nothing more was required of them
until another election was declared. The
electors had no right to go out of the district for a representative.
Captain Dillon spoke in favor of the resolution and endorsed the general policy of
the Government.
Mr. E. M, N. Yarwood being present was
then called upon. Mr. Yarwood said he
had always been a supporter of the present
ministry and their predecessors because he
believed their policy in the past as contrast'
ed with that of the Opposi' ion was in the
best interest of the proviuce. Mr. Yarwood
referred to the mauy acts iu reduced by the
prtseut Governmeut with a \iew to the
belter development of ttie resources of the
province uotably the oue providing for the
department of agriculture aud the subsequent arrangements for carrying out its
provisions. He did not consider the distriot had received justice at the hands of
the present members and belived a change
in the representation was absolutely necessary.
Mr. Robt. Scott said he endorsed the
policy of the present Government and
desired to see a man sent from the district
free to use his best judgment, one who will
support the general policy of the Government but free to oppose those measures
which he conscientiously felt were not for
tho benefit of the people. He considered
the Government had given a very fair redistribution bill and that an equal division of
the representation as between Island and
Mainland had been strictly maintained,
Mr. W. J. Gallagher **f  Thk Telegram
was then called upun. He briefly referred
to the work being doue by the present Government towards the better development of
the country, and Baid that this district had
not suffered so much from indifference or
neglect on the part of the Government as it
had done from neglect on the part of the
membera who wtre now supposed to represent at Victoria lhe views of the people
here. As far as he was able to learn
there was not a single instance on
record where one of the present members
visited their constituents for the purpose of
finding out their needs. Not ouly this bill
when in Victoria they had taken little or no
trouble to interview the members of the
Government regarding the requirements of
Nanaimo city and district uud while the
Government had expended a great deal of
money for public works and improvements
iu this district, it might have beeu distributed to better advantage had the local
members done their duty. List year Nanaimo district contributed Inwards the Provincial revenue
Ahout $19,665 58
And the city   15,885 00
Making a total of $35,550 58
While the Government expended in return
for this $5*l,64o.50. It would be seen from
these figures that although the members of
the Government had the int<rest of the
whole proviuce to keep in view they hsd
not neglected this section of it. He hoped
that in selecting a candidate to-night they
would ohoose one who would go in prepared
to support the policy of the Government on
general lines at the same time   reserving  to
imself the right to oppose any measures he
believed not to be in   the   interest   of   the
people.
Mr. John  Thompaon,  upon  taking the
not endorse all they proposed or did. He
would never go to Victoria under a pledge
to blindly support the policy nf the Government. He would not exactly refuse to
stand in the contest, but would advise them
to try and find another man to represent
them. He would have much preferred it if
the choice had fallen on someone else, and
after further consideration, if the meeting
should decide on someone else he would
promise to give him his hearty support.
Mr. M. E. Dickinson, of Nanoose, heartily
endorsed Mr. Bryden's candidature. He
said that one time they had had a road
meeting up in his district and after a great
deal of trouble had persuaded one of the
local representatives to meet the n but got
no satisfaction from him. He believed Mr.
Bryden would get the hearty support of all
the settlers in his district.
Mr. John Belyea also a settler of Nanoose
endorsed Mr. Dickinson's remarks in reference to Mr. Bryden. He was generally
looked upon in the upper end of the distriot
as the coming representative.
Mr. James Knight a farmer of Nanoose
also endorsed Mr. Bryden and believed he
would get almost the unanimous support of
his district. Mr. Bryden stain came to. ward
in response to a general appeal from the
audience and under strong pressure formally
accepted ihe nomination. Mr. Bryden said
he had reached that time of life where he
he felt that he should rest from the turmoil
of active life. It was over fifty years since
he first began mining, forty of which he had
been manager in various capacities, and
over thirty-one of which he had spent in the
district. He again thanked the meeting for
the expressions of confidence they hod shown
him and said that if at any time later they
should decide on another candidate he would
gladly retire and give him all the support
he could.
Before closing, Mr. Sharpe, the chairman
of the district committee, said he deeired to
Il ate a few reasons why he supported the
policy of the Governmeut, pointing out the
many things inaugurated by the present
Ministry to make known and develop the
resources of the couutry. He alsp pointed
out the great market here for agricultural
products, and that by developing the rural
districts muoh of the food supplies now imported conld be produced here. The Premier, Mr. Davie, had brought in a labor
bill, which, had it heen made law, wonld
have no doubt been a great faotor in
smoothing over disputes between capital
and labor. Mr. Davie had, however, considered it better lo postpone its enactment
until the question had been finally decided
iu England and thus enable the Government
of this Province to bring in the best measure
posaible.
The speaker also endorsed the attitude of
the Government on the Chinese question and
approved of a bill being brought in that
would exclude all dangerous elements in
mints.
Mr. Robert Sentt again urged those preseut to do all possihle to elect their candidate. He thought organization should be at
once instituted.
The nomination was carried by every man
rising to his feet.
Mr. Bryden then said: "Gentlemen since
you have been good enough to nominate me
I hope ynu will now work to secure my
election." (prolonged applause.)
After a short discussion the following committees were appointed:
President, Alex Sharp; vice-president, A.
J. MoMurtrie; secretary, Wm, Russell.
Messrs. J A. Thompson, J. B. Hugo, Andrew Bryden, John Matthews, James Sharp,
Dan Fcgan, Thomas Haggart, L. Mounoe,
M, Matheson, J. P. McKay, Wm. Maxwell,
U D. Maxwell, R. Graham, Capt. Dillon,
James Hamilton, John Belyea, James Craig,
Wm. Roberts, James Knight, U. K Dickinson, Wm Badcock, Wilson Piper, Harry
Raj*, William Pringle, Simii-1 Shaw, Dr.
Eberts, Wm. Hogan, J. ,T McDonald,Hugh'
Campbell, J noes Work, Robert, Kilpatrick,
Wm. Ballsy, Win. Tn gonning, George Wii-
li��n*s, Robert Watson.
M** I) lion then moved a vote of thanks
toll' chairman which was unanimously
oarried.
Mr John Bryden, the Government candidate f*>r North Nanaimo district, is one of
the oldest miners in the province. A native
of Ayrshire. Scotland, he first began mining
iu his na*ive country about 1843 since which
time he has been actively engaged in the
business in almost every capacity peculiar to
coal mining. In 1862 3 he attended the
Glasgow school of miners where he
carried off first prizes both years.
He haa beeu employed as manager in various
capacities about mines fnr over forty years
of his long experience aud is as much a
miner today as when he wielded a pick with
a pit lamp in his cap. A little over thirty-
one yeara ago he came to British Columbia
to enter the service of lhe New Vancouver
Coal Company and continued with the latter
for about eighteen yeara. He afterwards
become connected with the Wellington
mines and haa been closely identified with
their progress ever aince. He i8 extremely
popular amongst the miners who look upon
him as a thoroughly honorable and just
employer.
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AFTERNOON DISPATCHES.
Chief Fodisilah Captured.
I ondon, March 13.���A dispatch from
Bathurst, Gambia, says th*t Chief Fodisilah
has been captured in French territory.
"Labby's" Amendment Passed.
London, March 13 ���The House of Commons, by a vote of 147 to 145 passed La-
beuchere's am ndnient to the address in
reply to the Queen's speech, recommending
the abolition of the veto power of the House
of Lords.
A White Wings Contest.
Cannes, March 13.-The firat day of the
Cannes regatta opened clear, with a light
southeast breeze. The events of tho regatta
are the cups given hy Gordon Bennett and
Ogden Godot. The course is 30 miles. The
competitors for the first cup are the Britannia, Valkyrie, First Floren.1 and Oretta.
Da Gama With the Portuguese.
LISBON, March 13��� Rio dispatches confirm the report that Da Gama has taken
refuge on board the Portuguese corvette
Mundello. The commander of that vessel
has asked the Portugal government for instructions in regard to restoring the ships
and forts to the government.
NANAIMO. B. Cm. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1894.
Michael Davitt on Home Rule.
London, March 13 ���It. the lobby of the
House of Commons, Michael Davitt said today: "It is useless to shut, our eyes to tho
fact that Rose'iery's language creates virtually a new departure of the Liberal party
on questions of Home Rule. The Unionist
Lords must be convinced of the justice of
Home Rule before it will he granted to Ireland.    That is Rosebery's deotrine.
England the Predominating Member.
London, March 13.���The reference to
Home Rule made by Lord Rosebery last
night in the House of Lords, which has occasioned so much comment, was as follows:
"The noble lord (Lord Salisbury) has made
one remark on the subject of Home Rule
with which I confess myself in entireaooord.
He said that before Irish Home Rule could
be conceded by the Imperial Parliament,
England, as the predominant member of the
partnership of the three kingdoms, must be
oonvinced of its justice."
The Irish Groups Disturbed.
London, March 13.���The Parnellite Wing
of the Irish party has openly denounced Rosebery's statement about converting England
to Home Rule and the MeOartbyite section
is also angry at i he Premier's utterance.
The Globe says tli-.t there is uot one among
the McCarthyites who do.*,s not see that the
Piemier prac;ically dropped Home Rule.
The Conservative p*pers this af ernoon ate
all agreed Rosebery (its vir mlly abandoned
Home Rule.
Da Gama Will Leave the Country.
Rio Janerio, March 13 ���It is believed
President Peixoto is disposed to deal leniently with Da Gama and the insurgents.
The insurgents offer to turn over all the forts'
in the b��y now in their hands and all warships which have been under their command, and tn surrender the garrison of the
forts and the crews ot t he vessels to the
federal authorities on the condition that Da
Gama and hia forces be allowed to leave the
country under Portuguese prote* tion and
that rebelious soldiers and sailors be spared
their lives.
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O. H. STICKLES,
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PUBLIC NOTICE.
THE FIRM, heretofore known under the name o
Ki'chiu ft Waterhoiide, Brokers and Real Kwt��te
Atrents. doing business in the City of Nanaimo, under
the name of "The Nanaimo Really, Investment and
Trust Agency," has been dissolved hy mutual consent.
The husineBs will he continued in the above name
and under the manageni' n of Thomas Kitchin, who
will assume and pay aU liabilities of the said partnership.
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Yates' Cable.
The society puragraphist of Loudon,cables
the following to the New York Tribune:
It ia probable that Lord Spencer and Mr.
Bruoe will be the ministers in attendance on
the Queen daring her stay in Florence. A
special wire has been laid between the
Martin Hotel and Men tone for lhe exclusive
use of lhe Count and Countess Holienenibs
as the Emperor aud Empre.s are to be
styled during their stay in the Riviera.
The Prince of Wales arrived at the
Martin Hotel on Friday at noon at luncheon
with the Emperor and Empress of Austria.
After lunch he looked over a great portion
of the hotel with which he expressed himBelf delighted. It was generally noticed he
had grown very much thinner tban he was
last autumn, but he seemed remurkahly well
and in excellent spirits. He returned late
in the afternoon to Cannes.
Villa Fabbrioott, where Queen Victori*
will make her home in Florence, was built,
between 1865 and 1867 under the direction
of the well-known architect Michels, and
stands on Moonlight Hill, to the left of tin
Balgona road. The present house occupies
the Bite of the fanuus Villa Aj li Ancip.esui,
which belonged for five centuriis to one of
the most distinguished Florentine f .nn; ns,
The sitting rooms are all large and superbly
ornamen*ed with frescoes. The interior of
the house is most admirably arranged, either
as a winter or summer residence, and the
Queen cannot fail to be pleased with it.
The "Anecdotard." as might have beeu
expected, has been busy in the smoking
rooms and other centres of the latest intelligence with reference to Lord Roseberry. It
ib related that one day at Newmarket, while
en route to the course, Lord Rosebery asked
Hurry Ulph, a leading bookmaker, what
price he would lay against a certain horse
lor one of the big races. The ready bookmaker named a figure which as may be conceived was not one above the market odds.
Lord Rosebery rode a few paces, then pulling up said confidentially, "Ulph," "Yes
my Lord," replied the bookmaker ready for
a deal. "1 ought to tell you that such prices
as satisfied Lord Dalmeny will not do for
Rosebery."
Ulph who, moat strange to say, is a Gladstonian of the deepest dye, on one occasion
during the general election left, the race
meeting in order to vote for a Gladstonian
candidate in a remote distriot. The journey
involved the loaa of a day'a raoing and as it
happened, business from a bookmakers point
of view was particularly good. As it turned
out that expedition saved the election, for
the Gladstonian won by one vote. The circumstance waa a good deal talked about and
a favorable opportunity occuring Lord Rosebery introduced Ulph to the Graud Old
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WEDNESDAY. MARCH 14, 1894.
HA WAIL
The people of the United States are
giving themselves a great deal of unnecessary trouble over the Hawaiian question.
The Canadian people are entitled to a say
in it, as well as their American cousins. As
Hawaii is the half-way house between our
half-brothers of the antipodes and ourselves,
Great Britain and Canada cannot allow the
islands to pass under a flag in which they
would recogni7e an antagonist. We hope
that the Dominion Government will see
to this, have the matter properly
represented to the Imperial Government,
and that the Governments of Australia will
help. It is of essential importance to the
success and usefulness of the projected
British Pacific cable, and tbe fast mail route
to Australia, tbat Hawaii should remain
neutral. Situated as the islands are, forming the half-way bouse between the vast
empire in the southern heimsphure and the
grand heritage of the hardy sons of Britain
who occupy the northern and better half of
North America, i' is idle nonsense of President Dole aud his filibustering associates to
talk of annexation to the United Sta'es.
We oare not under what form the Government may be administered. 'Tis the Bame
to us, a monarchy or a republic, but Hawaii
must be neutral. We ask only for an equal
show in common with others We are willing that the sama rights should be accorded
to all who come that we claim for ourselves,
but the people of Canada will not allow
themselves to be placed in a position to ask
as a favor what they now claim as a
Tight.
GLADSTONE'S POLICY
CARRIED OUT.
TO   BE
The political pot is still boiling in Great
Britain, and its chief cook will reguire to
exercise as much skill as Mr. Gladstone himself, if he is to prevent it from boiling over.
Lord Rosebery is an able and resolute pol-
i'ican, but it remains lo be i-een if he possesses the skill nf the old pirliamentary
hand. The task before him is one of extraordinary oomplixiiy and difficulty.
4,Uneasy lies lhe head that vnars a crown,"
says Shakespeaie, but. if ihe poet lived in
our day he would apply the words rather to
the Prime Minister of England than to the
actual wearer of its crown. It was quite
true in the days of Henry VII., who wm
hiB own prime minister, and would be
equaly true it written of the Czar of Russia
in our day; but Queen Victoria is more fortunate. She can sleep at her ease if her
health is good, and leave Lord Rosebery or
somebody else, who acts as premier, to do
the thinking for her. Lord Rosebery's
greatest trouble is with his own followers.
It will nearly pass the wit of man to satisfy
them all, and unless he can contrive to do
lo, to some extent at least, one faction or
another of them will be sure to mutiny, and
by joining with the opposition, if only for a
day, defeat the Government and compel an
appeal to the country in a general election.
Thia will have lo be brought, on any way
this year, if only lo deolde ihe questions at
isBue between the Commons aud the   Lords.
The speech from the throne, which was
read on Monday was, as expected, very
short���one of the shortest on record. It
referred mostly to the unfinished business
ot the Gladstonian programme. Bills for
registration reforms, Scotch and Welsh disestablishment, for the equalization of rates
in London, and the establishment of local
government in Scotland on the Bame basis aB
in England, were promised. Nothing is
���aid of Ireland, except that the state of
things there has improved, and agrarian
crime been reduced to the lowest point
reached for the last fifteen years. It is
added that a measure will be submitted
with a view to a reasonable settlement of
the qnestion deeply affecting the well-being
of Ireland. This is very vague, and may be
construed to mean nearly anything that
suits. It can hardly refer to the Home
Rule question, as it does not seem likely
that tha Government will introduce another
Home Rule bill in thia parliament. We suppose that it refers to the
evicted tenants' question. Lord Rosebery's
speech in the House of Lords did not throw
muoh additional light on his policy. He
asked the indulgence of the Peers, as he had
been foroed into the position he occupied by
-�� sudden call to replace Mr. Gladstone.    It
appears, however, that there is to be no
change of measures, that the new administration ia to continue the polioy of Mr.
Gladstone's Government respecting the
group of Irish questions���is, in fact, bound
to do so by every tie of honor. It appears
that this enunciation of his policy was made
by Lord RoBebery at a meeting of the Liberal leaders on Monday. As a proof of the
Government's sincsrity regarding Ireland,
the Premier pointed to the tact that Mr.
Morley had decided to remain in the Irish
office. Lord Rosebery further stated that
the Go vernment was in entire agreement
with Mr. Gladstone's last declarations respecting the House of Lords.
All this iB evidently intended to placate
the Radicals. It will at any rate satisfy
moderate Liberals, and will probably disarm
Radical hostility in the meantime, till the
leaders of the party see what course the
Government actually takes. In the House
of Commons Sir William Vernon Harcourt
dieted cheers by announcing that the first
measure to be introduced by the Government, under the new Premier, was the registration bill. Secretary Asquith gave notice of the introduction of a bill to disestablish the Welsh Church, Mr. Shaw-Lefevre
of one equalizing the London rates, and Mr.
Mundella announced that a bill would be
introduced providing for the arbitration of
labor disputes. Sir William Vernon Harcourt also gave notice of the Government's
intention to submit a bill granting local control over the liquor traffic. Sir William regretted that Home Rule was not put in the
fore front. He said that the sooner the
question was decided the better, that Ire,
land ought to know if the bill is to bo passed
and that the Government ought not to put
Home Rule into the Queen's speech, year
after year, unless they mean to carry it
The address in reply to the Bpeech was approved by the House of Commons.
These assurances are evidently intended
to quiet the Irish Home Rulers, who are be
coming suspicious and uneasy. Mr. Timothy
Harrington, M. P., protested against the
laying aside of Home Rule, which Mr,
Gladstone waa to pursue without cessation.
Postponement, he declared, meant abandonment. The anti-Parnellites were holding a
caucus while the Queen'a speech was being
read, and it is not yet known on this side
the ocean what course they will take; but
they must be very unreasonable, as well aB
impatient, if they are not satisfied with the
Government's assurance that they mean to
carry out Mr. Gladstone's policy in respect
to Home Rule and everything else. The
political turmoil iu Great Britain can only
be quieted by a general election, and the
sooner it is brought on the better
INSURANCE
The anti -Parnellite leaders of the IriBh
Home RulerB are said to have already obtained sufficient information to convince
them that the Government's course will not
be satisfactory to them. ThiB means that
no section of the Irish Home Rulers have
any confidence in Lord Rosebery's Government, the Pernellites having already repudiated it.
The German-Russian treaty has passod
its second reading in the German reiohstag
by a majority of 50 votes. There is no
doubt that the treaty will be finally ratified
by the reichBtag by a good majority���probably more than SO. The friends of peace between Germany and its mighty neighbor on
its northeastern bouudary will rejoice. The
treaty is not a guarantee of peace, but it
will tend iu that direction by promoting
good will between the two Governments, if
not between the two nations.
A dynamite petard was exploded on Friday near a church in Fuenberreballo, in the
distiict of Segovia in Spain. The sexton of
the church aud the mayor of the villag*
were killed, 'lhe old proverb, about the
nearer the church the further from God
seems to have been true in this case. If the
mayor had kept away from the church he
might have been alive still. The sexton,
poor man, we suppose had to be around. It
is not known who placed the bomb; but no
doubt the AnarchistB will get the credit of
it.
It is announced from Washington that
that there is a hitch in the negotiations between Great Britain and the United States
on the subject of the enforcement of the decision of the Paris tribunal relative to the
protection of seals in Behring Sea. Sir
Julian Pauncefote, the British ambassador
at Washington, is understood to contend
that the regulations suggested hy the Paris
tribunal are unduly severe, in prescribing
the length of the close season and the extent of the prohibited zone. It is further
staled that there is no immediate prospect
of an agreement being reached on the subject of the construction of the regulations.
Sir Julian Pauncefote urges that a strict
enforcement of the arbitrators' regulations
will seriously injure the Cana
diau sealers' interesta, but so far no conces
sions requested by England have been
granted. It looks at present that the Americans will be left by Great Britain to do the
policing of Behring se\ themselves, in order
to protect the eal herds, if it is to be done
at all It is but just that the Americans
Bhould pay for it, as they and not the British would profit by it.
REAL   ESTATE
MARCUS WOLFE
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W.   E.   MoCARTNEY,   Manager
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For long- tanding  Colds, Weak Lungs, and the after effects of  La Orippe, use our
Emulsion of Cod Liver* Oil with Jamaica Rum.
Fc r Bronohial Irritation and Maladies of  the Throat, so prevalent at thiB seasin, our
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Rose Glycerine Lotion, an exquisite toilet preparation for Chappvd Face and
Hands or any Roughness of the Skin.
Telephone 81
THE NANAIMO PHARMACY, 44 Commercial Street
8-n-l2m Night Telephone
Card to the Public.
1 take this means of thanking the many customers of the
late firm of MORGAN & COMERFORD for
their liberal patronage, and trust you will not forget when you
require anything in the line of tailoring. I am to be found hard
at in the Old Stand.      	
I shall in a few days be able to show you some Nobby
Things in SPRING SUITINGS, OVERCOATINGS and
PANTING8, from the largest manufacturers of these goodB in
Europe.
THOMAS 0. MORGAN. NANAIMO, B. C, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 14, 1894.
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WHICH POR QUALITY AND PRICE CANNOT BE SURPASSE >.
Having just secured the services of a 1st Class Tea Blender, we are now prepared to cater to the wants of the Public.   Oall earlv
and get Tea and Coffee to suit all tastes. *
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Conveyancer, &c.
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and Job Printing promptly attended to.
Agent can be found at office from 4 to
6 p.m., and from 7 to 9 p.m. each day.
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Agent.
PROVINCIAL CAPITAL.
Fate of the Mary Brown���Beaven on the
Nakusp and Slocan Railway.
Victoria, Maroh 13. ��� [Special]���The
mystery surrounding the fate of the schooner, Mary Brown, which sailed from Alaska
for this port upwards of three monthB ago,
and which was the object of the search
made by the United States Revenue Cutter
Wolcott, quite recently, has at last been
solved. It is all but certain tha; the un
fortunate vessel,in trying to make the inner
passage round Graham Island, was caught
in one of the storms, so frequent in that
locality, and all hands perished. Direct in
formation, strongly confirmatory of this
theory aud establishing conclusively the loss
of the Mary Brown was received this morning in private let* ers from lhe Skeena, one
to Mr. George M. Denuy, giving particulars
which render it impossible to doubt
the accurracy of the ae.vs. The
reference to the Mary Brown in this communication reads: Some canoes came in
from Kitkatla the other day, and and reported a schooner on the rocks at the upper
end of Banks Island. They Bay that the
name on tho flag is Brown; They could only
see that muoh, the rest of the bow being
torn away. The vessel has a largo hole in
her bow, and her masts are both gone. The
boats that are hanging at the davits are
badly broken and the vessel has evidently
been there some time. The Indians picked
up three rifles, three watoheH, a lot of .45-90
cartridges, shot, powder, gum boots, and
some money, but there wore no signs of any
one having been around at all. It is believed that everyone belonging to the craft
perished before she went on. Banks Island
is just below the mouth of the Skeena, and
separating Hec -te Strait from the principal
channel."
The debate on the Nakusp and Slocan
Railway guarantee was resnmed by Beaven
in the House this afternoon, on motion for
second sending of tho hill. He emphasized
a contention that in the absence of an order
in oouncil. authorizing initiatory proceedings, the guarantee had been illegally mado
and was iu excess of the power givt_ by the
railway aid act. He argued that the guarantee should have been simply given on the
oost of construction, said to be $17,500 per
mile, in place of $25,000, and that even the
smaller sum iB more than the construction
should have oost. At six o'clock, Beaven
again moved the adjournment of the
debate.
piping is supposed to have been originally
about 2 feet in length. In the middle of the
pipe, giant powder had been placed with
nails, bits of iron etc, and at the ends fine
co��l dust was rammed down tight with
fuse attached to one end.
In an interview which a representative of
The Telegram had with Mr, Sharpe, he
said he had no reason to suspect anyone in
the employ of the company or within the
district of Wellington. He was not aware
of any man living having a grudge against him
which would warrant any injury much less
trying to kill him and his family in suoh a
dastardly manner. Mr, Sharpe felt convinced that there ia no one employed in the
mines who would have done suoh a deed.
He is totally at a loss to oonceive or conjecture who the miscreant or instigator of the diabolical crime can be. He
doesn't even remember any employe having been discharged from the mines who
would be likely to be the perpetrator.
On Sunday night Mrs. Sharpe's brother
and his wife visited them and was prevailed
upon to stay the night, Mr. and Mrs, Sharpe
relinquishing their own bed-room for the
occasion and sleeping at the back of the
house. On Monday night Mrs. Sharpe said
it wza scarcely worth while changing
the bed-clothes, so they again occupied
a room at the back. Had this not
happened so, it is probable that they would
at least have been injured if not killed. It
is evident that the perpetrator knew of the
position of their bedroom and placed the
bomb where he thought it would have the
most deadly effeot.
Up to the present there iB no clue to the
dynamiter, but the local authorities are
following the matter np, and the company
of Robert Dunsmuir k Sons has deoided to
offer a reward of $500. It is generally
thought in the district that the Government
should supplement this with at least $1,000
to insure the safety of the residents and the
oapture of the miscreant, who is worse than
any murderer.
RELIABLE
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ON TONTINE POLICIES THEY
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ABSOLUTE SECURITY���All  monies invested in   Canada.
THE WELLINGTON OUTRAGE.
An Interview with Mr. Sharpe, the Intended Victim.
The people of Wellington are naturally
and justly indignant at the outrage perpetrated at the residence of Mr. Alex. Sharpe
yesterday morning. About 3:30 on Tuesday
morning the whole district was awakened
by a loud report, whioh many at first
supposed was an explosion ia the
mines. The real source, however,
was soon discovered, and the indignant inhabitants rallied round
the intended viotim in loyal style, offering
-their truest sympathies and heartily wishing
they oould only get hold of the villainous
creature who placed the bo-rib where it exploded. Had the perpetrator been discovered at that jnncture there is little doubt
but that he would have suffered lynch law.
The bomb was found to be a piece of IJ in.
steam piping with ono end fitted
for a cap which had been
plugged with a wood stopper.   The piece of
A Strange Coincidence.
Although we do not wish to create public
prejudice against any politioal organization,
it seems, however, a strange coincidence
that the recent dynamite outrage at Wellington occurred but a few hours after the
formation in that section of a branch of a
certain political organization with well
known leanings to anarchy and Sunday
meetings.
More About the Mary Brown.
San Fkancisco, March 13.���The schooner
Mary Brown is reported wrecked in a Victoria dispatch to day, on Sand Point, Oct.
3rd. 1893. Since that date no authentic
neWB has been received about her. Of the
men who sailed in her the names of only
three can be ascertained. One was Jas. L.
O'Brien, a member of the Lynde and Hough
Co., another Captain Gaffney, of Lake
County, and the third was Captain M.
Brown, owner of the vessel. It was originally the intention of the party to come to San
Francisco on the Czarina, but Capt. Sohmeltz
insisted on the meu going with him on a
cruise among the islands. They refused
and the Czarina left without them. The
weather was unfavorable and in a few days
the schooner was back. In the meantime
O'Brien and Gaffney had made arrangements
with Capt. Brown, of the "Mary Brown,"
and deoided to stick by their bargain. Both
men sent letters and their effects to their
families in San Francisco by the Czarina
and then took passage on the Mary Brown.
The letters and effects arrived, but the two
named and others found watery graves.
When O'Brien went to Sand Point aa agent
for Lyude k Hughin \Sti,the place wa; almost
a wilderness with a riuke'y warehouse on the
shore, When he left it,,ilime were wharves
and au ample store, comfortable buildings
and prosperous businesses. He was well
known in San Franoisco; his father and
mother live here aud his sister is teacher in
one of the public schools. Capiain Gaffney
was a young man and had been nearly all
his lite in the employment of Lynde &
Hough.
He was to have succeeded O'Brien as
manager of the Sand Point store. His
home was Lake county, where he leaves a
wife and three onildren. Mrs. Gaffney and
Mrs. Hazelton, O'Brien's sister, were the
ladies who induced the government to Bend
the cutter Wolcott to search for the missing
schooner.
Policies  can  be  revived  any  time  within   one  year  without  examination.
LOANS advanced  by Company on  Policies.     See  our LIFE RATE Endowment Policies.
Telephone 242.
GEO. D. SCOTT, Provincial Manager,
411 Hastings St., Vancouver.
6-3 0m
Minister Thurston WU1 Marry.
San Fkancisco, Maroh 13.���It is stated
to-day that Hawaiian Minister Thurston,
whose intended marriage to Miss Harriet
XV. Potter, of St. Joseph, Mich., was announced in Chicago yesterday, will sail
from this port for Honolulu after the wedding instead of resuming his residence at
Washington. It is further stated that Minister Thurston's marriage will probably in
effeot mark the termination of his diplomatio career in this country, but this oan-
not be confirmed.
For the   largest   and   finest   stock   of
Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, etc, go to
E. MERMAN,
The Leading Jeweller,
Wbllinoton, B.C.
Watches sent   by   mail   to   be repaired
promptly attended to and returned.   6-1 6m.
PROVINCIAL COMMENTARY.
Include*! with many other good comments
in the Victoria Home Journal are the following:
" 'A Man of no Importance' is being produced in a New York theatre. It is understood that Mr. Cotton holds all rights to the
title.'"
"There was a rumor current last week
that Speak, r Higgins would be summoned
for keeping a disorderly House and Winnie
Brown for being an inmate of the same,"
"An American writer sneeringly remarks
that we have praotically no profound thinkers as regards questions of political economy
in Canada. Of a verity this writer must
have been denied the glorious privilege of
reading Mr. Thos. Keith's recent brochure
as to the future possibilities of the 'manufacture of Chinese pig-tails.'"
The oase of David Douglas, arrested last
week on a capias, is exciting a good deal of
comment and s) mpathy. The plaintiff in
the matter is the Lang Tanning Co., of
Berlin, Ont., whose claim with costs amounts
to $942.85. The Lang Co. will, however,
agree to his release on the payment of half
the claim with costs, which would amount
lo $570. It appears that until thiB claim is
satisfied Douglas will have to remain under
arrest. Friends of lhe uuf' rlunate young
man are mo* ing in tbe matter .ml they will
probably secu - njg release almost immediately. ���Columbian.
t _ .	
When you want a first-class job of printing remember the Daily Telegram can
supply it.
SPRING   SAMPLES   TO   HAND.
English and Seoteh Worsted and Tweeds
COME AND SELECT A SPRING SUIT.   FIT WARRANTED.
THOS.   Xj.    _D__^IBS,
MASONIC   BUILDING.
COMMERCIAL
STREET
6-12 6m
WELLINGTONLivERi STABLES
WELLINGTON,   B.C.
JAMES ATKINSON
NORTHFIELD
MEAT MABKET
Raving purchased the business in
Northfield of
Full Brothers & Co.
I   WILL  OPEN   ON
1st FEBflUABY, 1894
In the same premises, with a Choice
Selection or the Primost
Meats, Foultry, 611110 ft Vegetables
FRUITS   IN   SEASON
I trust for the continuance of the
torn of my friends and the publio.
��'  James Atkinson.
AND
TEAMSTER
DRAYMAN
First-Class Single and Double Turnouts
AT   REASONABLE   RATES
Coul, TJood an 1 L.mb r Hauling
Promptly .A'tended to
WM. KEDDY'S
_}_=*___��"_ 3STGK
LIVERY
Boarding, Hacks and Qale Stables
First Door North Wilson Hotel.
Telephone ML HACKS W CONNFOTIOH.
9-V>   f
EGGS FOR
HATCHING
TERMS   CASH
8-11-tf
PROM   PUP-E   BRED
WHITE   :
LEGHORNS
Hy Cockerels took First and Second Prize; Pulle
First, and Hens tied  od Seoond, at the
Nanaimo Poultrr Show in Dec, ISM.
THIS   YEAR'S LIST:
$2.50 per 13
JAS. SHARP,
Wellington, B. C
COCKERELS FOR SALE.
Ill lm
HAL IBURTONST. STABLE
Most Popular Place in Nanaimo to Secare-
A Comfortable Double Carriage.
A Handsome Single Buggy.
A Fine Saddle Horse-
Prompt and Oareful Teaming.
Express Van available at any time.
And PRICES ARE RIGHT.
J. H. COCKING,
telephone Call, *.      8-11W      Proprietor.
MeLeod The Tailor
LEADS
THEM
ALL
IN LOW POKES 4 MOD VALUE
GIVE   HIM   A   OALL
Next to the International Hotel
7-Mka 6
NANAIMO, li. C. WEDNESDAY, MaRiH 14, 1894.
LOCAL   I^EWS.
The output of coul at lhe Wellington
Colliery yesterday wus between 1,700 and
1,800 tons.
There are five miners, who came on the
Warimoo from Australia, registered at the
Central Hotel.
The horse in Smart & Thome's bakery
van bolted yesterday and made a bad smash
up of 1 he vehicle.
Among the c**ming events, which are likely, ia the uppeurauce of an editorial on
Anarchy in the Twilight. Twiukler.
The literary lapidary of the Victoria Home
Journal should resit the "Bells" and make
a parody on it with Bombs,  Bombs, Bombs!
In the case of Kitchin vs. Norris, Mr.
Justice Walkem made an order that the
defendant furnish particulars of his plea of
justificati* n.
It is devoutly hoped thit the alterations
and improvements at the post office will include a different hanging of the front doors.
The genius which plaoed them SB they are
has been long consigned, mentally, to other
spheres.
It would have delighted the hearts of the
temperance folk to have seen the Union
Co.'s bier spilling yesterday. The team
took fright at something immediately south
of the Wilson House and bolted away without dnit'g much damage.
The Salvation Army set up a counter at-
traotiou to "McFee of Dublin" last, night.
Ten assumptive \irgins, clad in white, preceded the hand parade. Whether they
represented the wise or the foolish ones is
difficult to say.
Our "sleemecl" contemporary is evidently
not aware I hat there is no legal library in
in this office, nor any pretensions to being
"solicitors." The advisory comment made
on the management of the Nanaimo Poultry
Society was graciously gratis, and the feeble
retort is assurance that it was not made in
vain.
Spelling Bee at St. Albans.
Among many valuable prizes to be gives
at the St. Alban's spelling bee to-night, are,
an Album presented by Mr. Langton, a
reading lamp by Captain Honeyman, a book
by Messrs Pimbury k Co., water color paintings and it bronze medal. The success of
the last bee was so great the scheme has
been enlarged, making two divisions of spellers. During the evening, selections of instrumental music will be played. The conditions laid down for competitors are as
follows:
Admission 10 cents. No further entrance
fee for competitors. Mr. W. Hunter will
select and give the words. Two referees
will be selected from the audienoe. There
will be two divisions for competitors; school
teachers may only compete in the last division. PnzoB will be given in each division.
Commencement will be made in words of
one syllable, proceeding to two, and polysyllables; proper names will not be given;
technical, scientific and foreign words will
not be given, except they are anglicized or
fairly well known. Competitors may ask
the meaning of their words. Any standard
spelling will be accepted; but objections or
protests must be made at the time or lhey
cannot be considered.
Royal Templars of Temperance.
[Communicated.]
The Royal Templars spent a very pleasant
time at their rooms last evening. A good
list of practical business was done and one
more fine young man made a member of our
council. An informal social farewell was
tendered Bro. Rev. Dr. Good. Refreshments were provided by the ladies. In the
departure of Dr. Good we lose a useful,
energetic aud estimable member of our
council, and we wish him God speed where-
ever he gpes. The most important feature
of the meeting was the adoption of the following resolution, viz:
"Whereas negotiations are in progress
between the Dominion Government aud
France for the admission of light wines into
Canada lor a long term of years at a fixed
rate of duty and inasmuch as such a treaty,
if enacted, could not be abrogated, only by
the lapse of time, thus preventing the enactment of a prohibitory law. Therefore be it
resolved that this council enters its earnest
and solemn ptot est against such a treaty
being entered into by our Dominion Parliament. Also that a copy of this resolution
under seal of this council, be presented for
endorsement to all temperance bodies
churches and societies and thereupon forwarded to the H, P. for this locality. Also
that all councils of R. T. of T. in B. O. be
urged to take similar immediate action.
Mr. J. N. Muir.
Mr. J. N. Muir has written a letter to
this paper. Mr. J. N. Muir does not suppose that it will be published. Mr. J. N.
Muir was quite right in that supposition.
Mr. J. N. Muir has constituted himself in-
dicter general of the Government. Mr. J.
K. Muir h"H also appointed himself press
censor of all the papers that do not agree
with him. Mr. J. N. Muir is au ex-school
teacher. Mr. J. N. Muir is pleased at
nothing, but surely, Mr. J. N. Muir should
bo pleased with this frequent repetition of
his name. Mr. .1. N. Muir might write
himself down in the same claBS with Dogberry. Mr. J. N. Muir, Tub Telegram
bids you an eternal farewell.
BUSINESS FOR SALE.
milE WELL-KNOWN F.STABLISHMENT OF THE
Eureka Soda Works for Sale,
Consistuif,** of the following. 2-Btorey frame building,
32x01) feet, and ba*-ement, t7 feet high, can easily he
constructed; also, corner lot. facing three streets.
U-horie power Hteam boiler and engine, with pulleys
shafts anil IjeltBtiomplete. ,
A complete set of Barnett & Foster, London,Eng
Soda Watt r Machines, new, consisting of 1 carbon
a* or, 1 generator, 3 bottling benches, 1 syphon Dller,
1 lii'i-'.inllnii si .ir tank, with filter attached, 4 10 gallon enameled syrup tanks, 100 gallon galvanized iron
mixing tank, 1 steam bottle washer, with rinser attached Also, 2 pat* nt, aparatus for steaming beer,
1 patent beer Riling machine, about 600 delivery
cases, 2 doz. si,.,.*, abeut 05 1 and 6 drz. shipping
cast;, with ln"ks, 1 2-horse double-deck delivery
wagon, 1 sleigh, 1 set double harness, 2 hors's, about
2,01)0 doz of pint and quart beer and porter bottles,
extract of essences, eto. Also, the branch at Court-
eny, consisting ot a 2-storey frame building, 24x44,
with stable mul outhouses. The plant consists of 1
copper g nn*'ior r.nd 2 cylinders, 2 bottling tables,
1 syphon filler, washing tank and heating aparatus,
goo'l "'ell of water and pump, bottles, boxes, eto , a
horde and wag-on and I sleigh, 2 sets single harness,
bottle fuc'ory complete.
.Stock list ci*n be sten about the 16th of March
Tern s 110,000 cash, balance can remain on mortgage.
Reason for selliug���owner wi**hefl to enter Into another business.   For further-nformation apply io
L. LA We i:\CE,'
Box 70. Nanaimo, B. O.
All my outstanding accounts must be settled by
the 25'h inst, or they will be plaoed i, the hands of
a solicitor. (6-3tf) L. LAWRENCE.
PROSPEROUS
KASLO!!
Kaslo-Sloean   Railway
WILL BE RUNNING INTO KASLO BY 1st JUNE NEXT.
SPECIAL OFFER FOR THIS MONTH ONLY.
50  LOTS  AT  $100   EACH
SPEOIAL TERMS:   $10 Cash;  $10 each month.
This is Level Land and Good  Inside City Property.
NANAIMO
Two of the Best Business Blocks in Town. Always Let. I can sell
these to pay you over 10 per cent. This property will double in value,
best position in the City. I have many other good buys. Also, 10 lots
one block off Wentworth Street, $150 each, $25 cash, $25 monthly.
ALBERNI
40 Acres Good Land, suitable for sub-division. Government road
running through it Only $20 per acre. $200 cash, balance three and
six months. Also, 30 Full Sized Lots. $85 each. Terms, $10 cash,
$10 monthly.   Several other good buys in this important district.
NEWS NOTES FROM KASLO.
THE PROCESS OF  RECOVERY PROM THE FIRE���-SILVER  PROSPECTS  BRIGHT���THE
KASLO & SLOOAN READY FOR GRADING.
(Special to The Colonist.)
Kaslo, March 10.���The citizens of Kaslo are just now
beginning to settle down to every rlay i iccupatior after the
excitement of the Are. It is not prolmb'e that much building will be done <>n the burnt area until the wet!her breaks
for the Spring. Most of the busine.-s men burned out have
secured temporary quarters on A aven *e or Fourth street,
and are making out very fairly, considering all things.
Buchanan's saw'mill has been working away energetically
during the week, getting out material for tbe expected
building boom a month or six weeks hence.
Already there are signs that the prire ot silver will improve���not only the dispatches from Europe i��nd India regarding the changed feeling in  Great  Britain's   Eastern
Empin*. The re-opening of the Indian min ts to coinage of
s lver would stiffen up the market wonderfully, and the
trenn of events appears to be in that direction.
Considerable quantities of ore continue to come in daily.
jEngineer McMillan, of the Kaslo & Slocan
railway, returned from the Coast yesterday,
and to-morrow will take out a large gang to resume work on bridge construction between
here and F ear Lake. The right of way is now
pretty nearly cleared from Kaslo to Sandon
creek. All the contracts are through with but
one, and this will be completed within a fortnight Everything is in readiness for grading
when the -snow goes off. _ ANADIO. B. C, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14. 1894.
CHINA  PAINTING.
OLD WINTERS ON THI FARM.
A Sbort Lenwn Illustrated With s Simple
"Working Design.
One of the banes of the beginner in china
painting is that the painting may become
full of little specks, although there is apparently no dust in the room. The hard
glaze of the china absorbs none of the
paint, and each particle coarser than the
others draws them to it. If fired in this
way, your work Is spoiled.   Learn to work
BVo jest about decide*
It'll k****p a town boy hopitfm
Fer to a'ork all winter cnoppln,
Fer a obi lin-pliu-e, like I did.
Laws!   i'...-:ii oh' linn-, u-a�� **ontra!ry���
HlHlll*   1: :. !<>'"IU''-' v.illU'r. 'pt'ared like
Wouldn't br-.K. ii'nl I was skeeredjike
Clca'i on into 1**-i>'i* try.
Kothln ever timdt* i:io madde*
Than for pa|' to Mump in. layin
*0n a extra furutitiuk, .suyin,
"Qrouii'hot".', om and seed his shadier."
���Junius Whltcomb Riley.
CUP'WITH VIOLET DECORATION.
smoothly with the least possible medium
after your paints are prepared, and they
will not "crawl." When they do, dry your
piece in the oven, then with the needle remove the specks and careful y fill up the
whito *l>ot with the point of your brush
very lightly aud matching the color perfectly. !
If your colors remain dull and are liable
to rub oft, it must be that on each occasion
tho china w.'is underfired, and the colors
were not fused into the glaze. If tube colors are too thick, a little lavender oil,
which partakes of the nature of spirits, is
as good as anything for thinning. Turpentine also answers the purpose, but has the
disadvantage of drying up too quickly
through rapid evaporation.
Art  Amateur, to   which the foregoing
practical advioe is due, furnishes the dainty
working (JesiSO here given.   A pale tint of *
either Ivory yellow, Chinese yellow, yellow
brown or yellow green cau lie used for the i
background.    When dry, the spaces for the I
flowers can be removed.   Kor tinting the I
flowers use violets of gold, carmine and !
purple, with  bleu   riche and   occasional ;
touches of bleu fouie, mixing yellow and
black, according to the depth of tint desired.   As.all violet tones appear redder
after than before the fire, make necessary
provision for the change by adding blue.
When two firings are proposed, this addition is reserved for  the  second   firing.
Pure tints of red and of blue touched in j
separately produce the most vivid of purples.    Dull secondary tints are obtained by
mixing violet of iron with blue, but care
should be taken not to mix this red with
the oxides of gold.   The inner and outer
edges of this design can either be filled in
with fluxed gold or a mere line of gold can
be used to separate the ground tint from
a deeper shade of tbe same.
THE PROPER CAPER.
Waste That Is Now Valuable.
A generation ago there was hardly a
mill of any kind that was not troubled
with a heapof rubbish or waste material
that it did not know what to do with
Kilk manufacturers saw the rise of this
heap with annoyance, and they took it as
a favor if any one would cart it away and
use it as a fertilizer. An English inventor guessed at the pogsityJftifjS in
this pile of refuse and set about inventing machinery to utilize it. Today, as a
result of his foresight and genius, 6;0UU
persons are employed in making the
finest silk plushes, ribbons and velvets
from the refuse piles of silk mill*, and
the inventor has grown rich.
The cottonseed oil industry fs a better known illustration of economizing
wasto, but the dimensions to which the
industry h:*.s grown are uot si> generally
known. The annual product iu oil.
cake, lint and hulls from cotton seed.
which a generation ago was allowed to
rot. is if2r,()00.(K)0, and it could be made
greater if there was a market tot tho
product.���Philadelphia Press.
Delicate tints prevail largely when *8
devotees of fashion congregate.
Novel French skirt* are shaped with
many gores, then gathered front and back,
but left with a plain smooth gore at tbe
sides.
The statement that very many openwork
and embroidered whit* silk stockings were
Included in Princess May's trousseau will
doubtless do much toward giving this fashion a fill 11 p.
There is a sudden revival of all the rich
and pale shades of brown, from auburn,
chestnut, Vandyke, etc., through the many
handsome half tones, to beige, fawn aud
pale amber brown.
A summer coat for wear on cool days or
evenings is made of bliw.lt English serge,
open, und tunic:] back in front with either
white or colored bengatint* silk rever**,
The coat is tiglit fitting in the back.
Belted round waists, single breasted or
in double directum' fashion, with plastron
and revers or yoke and girdle, are in the
height of fashion, being this season almost
as greatly luvored by tailors as by the dressmakers.
Embroidered French muslins, with delicate flower liiinlers, are made into youthful
lookin.r eriinne rresses, booked behind, tlie
daiir;." borders dinning a yoke and edging
the round, full empire skirt either in bauds
or little frills.
Many of the plainer English Rerge and
bopsacking gowns made hy t he best of tailors are simply finished by two or three rows
of stitching and rely upon the fancy silk
shirt unist for the only touch uf decoratiou
and brightness about the dress.
White dresses show touches of deep color
here and there, and airy textiles are often
used as n transparency to throw a creamy
film over rose pink, corn yellow and willow
green, with now and then .a somber note
provided by a toilet nf black gauze, net or
laoa.���Mew York Evening Post.
Points About Needles.
The great sail needle, which has to be
pushed with a steel palm, would puzzle
most people: -so, too, the brooiniiinker's
needle, which must also be pushed with
a Bteel palm, Tho curious knitting machine neo'lle, with us latchet: the urra-
seue and crewel needles, aud the needle
for shirring machines; the weaver's pin
for picking up broken threads, with an
open eye in tho hook. Tho needle, as
we see it today, is tho evolved product
of centuries of invention. In its primitive form it was made of botie. ivory or
wood. Tlio making of Spanish needles
was introduced iuto England during the
neign of Queen Elizabeth. Point by
point the manufacture has improved.���
It, Q. Vance in Ladies' Home Journal.
The Christian Name.
The term "Christian name" ta twed ta
England and America only. "Baptismal
name" is used in other countries. The
terms seems to have beeu usuJ first after
the .reformation, when Biblical names
were used as a reaction against the use
of tho saints' names in the calendar. It
is evu ut that all Biblical names are not
Christian, but the reaction went so far
as to consider everything in the Bible as
Christian und everything not in the Bible as pagan or certainly nonohrtottoiv���
New Tor- Evening Sun.
A Monster Innd-lal.
A large promontory in the JEgeonna,
known aa Hayon Horoo, extends 8,000
feet above the level of the water. As
the sun swings around the shadow of
this mountain touches one by one a circle of islands separated by regular intervals, which act as hour marks. It ia
the largest sundial ia ths world.���St
Louis Ropublio.
A Hook Drought Down From Heaven.
According to Mohammedan belief, the
first copy of the Koran, or Alkoran,
their sacred book, was brought down
from the highest to the lowest heaven
by Gabriel on the mysterious night of
Al Khude in the month of Ramadan.
This wonderful book, written in heaven
and bound in satin, jewels and gold, was
communicated to Mohammed at different times during a period of 23 years.
This was done, according to Mohammedan belief, either by Gabriel in human shape or by God himself. When
Gabriel acted as translator and communicator, he did so "with a great sound of
music and bells." God appeared either
"veiled or unveiled during Mohammed's
waking hours or during dreams at
night."���St. Louis Republic.
Why Not?
Apropos of Marion Crawford's remark
about our mustache-****1 butlers, tJ.it they
amused him after the shorn ones of Lng-
land, why won't somebody say that our
butlers���our American butlers���wear
mustaches, and we, when abroad, find
it amusing to aee the English butlers
smooth shaven, and wonder why their
masters do not insist that their mouths
be covered. Will the time ever come
when we will dare to be Americans?
There are great lessons to 1*) learned
from the older nations of the world,
great models to be studied and wisdom
to be got from tbe experience which is
the accretion of centuries, concerning
which the taste of one cultivated community is as good aa tbat of any other.
���New York Timea.
Appreciative.
A housekeeper who has been employing a colored washerwoman for several
months was surprised to aee her appear
last week in a bat trimmed heavily with
crape.
"Why, Julia," she asked, Il any of
your family dead?"
"No, no," was the reply, "hot one of
my best customers gave me this hat, and
I didn't want her to think I don't 'predate nothin."���New York Times.
Caution Needed.
A tourist had visited a small historic
town. He was shown the massive wall
that surrounded it and tbe immense
town gates.
"You need to be very careful," he said
gravely to tha official who was his escort.
"WhyaoT
"Sometime when these gates are open
tbe village may get lost"���Youth's Companion.
The Engine Boom.
It Is as great a mistake to paint an engine
room floor as it is to whitewash the ceiling.
It has been said that the moisture from
Fteam will cause whitewash to flake off,
n:ii] where it falls on the working parts of
machinery it will act as will so much
emery. As to painting of floors, it hud
been my practice for a number of years to
l.nve the floor of my engine room given a
i..111 of paint twice yearly. The place would
{/���ok sleek and blight for a few \vt -ies. and
then begin to show uneven wear. Parts of
machinery moved on the floor would leave
their tracks, and tbe use of soda for wash-
i g the boards would cause shading not at
ij artistic. Planed tongue and grooved
lumber without paint may be washed once
a week with potash or lye water aud will
soon bleach out, always present a good ap-
peamnoe.���Powsr.
Baked f>eaebee.
Wipe the peaches so as to take away the
surface and pack them in a small stone jar.
J'ill about two-thirds full and nearly cover
the fruit with water. Scatter sugar over
tli em and bake in a slow oven from one to
three hours, according to tfaaooodiUoo of
the fruit   ���	
PULPIT AND PEW.
The Southern Presbyterian church, with
less than 'JIHI.OliO members, has ISO mission
aries in tbe flekL
Sou Francisoo has a population of 800,
000 and churoh sittings for 65,000, aud them)
are not all neen pied.
John Kaufman, a middle aged Atntsh
preacher residing near Klklj.trl, U.,pr*__
as while asleep or in a trance.
The Kev Dr Kdward H Palmer of Boston has attended every commencement celebration of Bafstow college since he graduated from thai institution in iHiltt.
Bishop Walker of the Kpisci)|i.'il diocese
of North Dakota is a giant in stature, and
many stories are told of his muscular
Christianity. He is one of the eloquent
speakers of the church.*
RESTAURANT
OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
First-class Dining   Pari rs  have
been fitted upstairs.
Oysters Raw Pan Roast
Fancy Roast
Plain Roast      Milk Stow
Dry Stew
New York Box stew
Oyster Loaves Fried
mteaks      Chops        Fish
0ame in Season
Ath WHITE HELP EM 10YED.
W.H.PMLP0Tf,PR0P.
81112m
NOTICE
 TJBT1
Has been Opened again under the Man-
' agement of
M. GROPPER
Who will be pleased to meet all wbo
wish a
FIRST CLASS MEAL
MEALS AT ALL HOURS      OPEN DAY ANO NlGHT.
24-1 lm
-THE-
Hotel Wito
WALTER WILSON, PROPRIETOR.
Well lighted 1T       . n -
Sample Rooms       flai!aiII10,    0.1.
Free. '
8-ll-12m
THE CENTRAL HOTEL
Commercial Street Nanaimo.
Good Rooms, Wholesome Food, Courteous Attention
And PriC'-s Reasonable.
THB WINES, LIQUuRS ANO CIGARS ON SALE
at this hotel a��e always o* superior quality.
Hive the Ce* tnil n call.
.T'��HN A. THOMPSON,
J. K McDONALD, Pioprietor,
Manair r. 8-U-12m
COMMERCIAL HOTEL
COR. COMMERCIAL tc BASTION STS.
Nanaimo, B. C.
THOS, O'CONNELL, Prop.
This long established hotel is comfortably
fitted up with Superior Accommodation
for Travellers and others.
None but the BeBt Brands of Wines, Liquors, Ales and Cigars dispensed
at the Bar. 6-2 tf
TEE CRESCENT HOTEL
VICTORIA   CRESCENT.
JAS. BENNETT,     Proprietor
THE BOARflN't AVn LOUQING DEPART-
ment. are unsurpassed by anv In the City, and
**���* 111 accommodate a larsre number of xuests. The
Bar I-* supplied with the Finest Brands of Wines,
Liquor, aou Cigars in the market.
Only Waite Help Employed.
8-1112m
FOR SALE
THE HOTEL WILSON, for Sale Lease
or Rent. For further Particulars apply-
to tbe owner on the premises.
WALTER WILSON,
31-12 tf Nanaimo, B. C,
ESQUIMALT k NANAIMO RAILWAY
STEAMER
JOAN
J. E. BUTLER, Master.
On and after Maroh 22nd, 1893,
The Steamer JOAN "ill sul as follows,
oallimr at Way I'orts as Freight
and Passfctiircr* nnv ortst:
Leave Victoria, Tuesday, 6 a.m.
���    Nanaimo tor Comox, Wednesday, 7 a.m
ii    Comox   for  Valdoi    Island,   evci*.i    alternate
Thursday, 7 ���**, in., (returning sa ns day).
<i    Comox for Nanaimo, Friday, 7 a.m.
>,    Nanaimo for Vlototia, Snlurday. 7 a.m.
For freight or state rooms apply nn hoard, **ir at th
Company's ticket office, Vl.itnifa Stati >n, Store *****reet.
8-11 12in
Runs Palatial Sleeping and Tourist Car?
Through to Montreal and
St. Paul Daily.
Connections made with al) Atlantic Steamship Lines
BATES TO EASTERNPOINTS
$5 to $10
Less th _ Any Othep fioute.
Steamship Lines
TO iMPAK, CHIN; AND AUSTRALIA.
The following1 are sailings from
Vancouver, mjbect to *.hange
and i dividual postponement-
TO JAPAN AND CHINA
Emprc ps of Japan - - ��� Feb. 5
Empress of China - - - March 5
Vmpressof iLdia   -  -  -   April 2
TO AUSTRALIA
Arawa Feb. 16
Warrimoo March. 16
For further information apply to
W. B. DENNISON,
GEO. McL. BROWN, Agent.
Dist. Fass. Agent,
Vancouver, B.O.
TIME TABLE No. 19,
To   ake effect at 8:00 a.m. on Thimday, Ootober
12th, 181)3.   Trains run on Pacific
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ON SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS
Return Tickets will be issued between all point*
for a faro and a quarter, c >od for return not later
than Monday.
Return Tickets for one and a half ordinary fare
way be purchased dally to all points, good for seven
days, Including day of issue.
No Return Tickets issued for a fare and a quarter
where the single fare is twenty-five cents.
Through rates between Viotoria and Comox.
Mileage and Commutation Tiokets oan be obtains
onapplicaion to the Ticket Agent, Victoria Station
A. DUNSMUIR, JOSEPH HUNTER,
President. Gen. Sup
H. K. PRIOR,
o-ll-tf General Freight and Passenger Agent
Union Steamship Comp'y
Of B. 0., Limited
Head Office and Wharf, Vancouver, B.C.
Vancouver to Nanaimo-SS. " CUTCH
leaves C.l'.li. Whnrf Sally (Sundays excepted) at 1:1*5
p.in.' Cartro at Union SS. Co.'s wharf until 11 a.m.
Nanaimo to Vancouver.   SS. " CUTCB "
leaves daily (Mondays exo'-pted) at 8 a iu.
Vancouver & Northern Logging Camp*
and Settlements.���SS. COMOX leaves Company's Wharf every Monday at 11 noon, lor Northern points as far as Shoal Ha*, Thurlow Island, returning via Quathiiskla Cove, Seymour Narrows
every other trip. Every other Mondav the ves"(*
proceeds as far North as Port Neville.
MOODYVILLE   FERRY.
Liave Moody-villa���8.11.46 a.m.; 2:30, 4:30 p.m
Vancouver���1*":16 a.m., 1:16, 3:30, 6 p.m.
Rr Steamers and Soowaalwa* s available for Excursions,
To"'in�� and Frei^htinc (justness. Storage Accommodation on Company's Wharf.
W r. TOPPING, Manager.
W. B. DENNISON, Agent, Nanaimo, B. C
Telephone 18.        8-11 tf
NEW BUTCHER SHOP.
COSMOPOLITAN MARKET
COMMERCIAL STKEKT
Next door to the Central Hotel, Nanatmo, B.C.
E. QUENNELL
HAVING OPENED AS ABOVE, WrLl. KEEP
constantly on hand an assortment ut Meats
and VeiretaMes.'and hopes to receive a continuance
of the patronage so Hborollj bestOWSd in the past
Meats, etc., delivered to all pans of the citv free of
charge. S-ll-l'im
MAINLAND m NANAIMO
mm NAVIGATION COT
Steamer "CITY OP NANAIMO."
(W. ROGEKS, M.usrua.)
TIME TABLE, No. 1.
To take effect on Monday, Feb, 1st, 1892,
LRAVB8 KIR
Westminster Vancouver. Mondavs, 6 a.m.
Vancouver Nanaimo, li inlays, 1:80 p in.
Nanaimo .Vancouver, TuesdavB, 7 a.m.
Vancouver Wes'iim,**>r, Tuesdays, i.oon
Westminster *-arniiiio, Wsdnesdmvs, 7 a.m.
Nanaimo      Va oouver, Thursd y*-, 7 am.
Vancouver Nan imo. Tlnir.dai s, l:.'ln p in.
Nanaimo Vancouver, Fridays, 7 a.m.
Vancouver Nao�� nio, Fri 'ays, 1:3*1 p.m
Nanaimo Va'-eomer, Raturdsys, 7 a.m.
Vancouver Westminster, iaturdtyl, 11    m
FARE,~ $1.00.
8-1112m L. ROGERS. Purser.
EUREKA BOTTLING WORKS
MAN IT ACT!'RRR M
SODA WATER,
Lemonade, Ginger Ale, Sarsa-
parilla,   Champagne and
Orange Cider, Iron
Phosphates,
Sic, Sic
Bottler of different li-ands of Lager Beer,
Steam Beer and Porter.
WALLACE STBEFT, teANAIMO, 8.C.
P.O. BOX 79.
Louis Lawrence, Prop.
811-12-u
VANOOUVER ISLAND.
ALL placer claims and leaseholds in Vancouver
Island And adjacent islands, legally held, may be
laid over from the 15th day of November, 1893, until
the 1st day of June, 1894.
T. G. VERNON,
Gold Commissioner.
Victoria, B. 0., Oth December, 1898. 20-2 td
TO CONTRACTORS.
SEALED TENDERS, endorsed "Tender," will ba
received by the Honourable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works up to 4 o'clock, p.m.. ol
Tuesday, Oth March next, for the erection of a Provincial Home for Aged Persons at Kamloops.
Plans and Specifi -ation.H can be seen, and forms ot
tender obtained, at the office of R. MacKay Tripp,
Esq., Arohiteot, Vancouver, at the Government
Office at Kamloops, and at the office of the under-
signed.
The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be
accepted.
W. S. GORE,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands & Works.
Lands and Works Department,
Victoria, B. C, 6th February, 1394. 20-2 td
"FIR�� INSUHANCE POLICY ACT, 1893."
VTOTICE is hereby given that His Honour  the
-*-* Lieutenant-Governor in Counoil has named the
1st day of April, 1894,
in lieu of the 1st day of January, ISM. as the date
upon whioh ''An Aot to seoure Uniform Conditions in
Policies of Fire Insurance," shall come into force.
JAMES BAKER,
Provinoial Seoretary.
Provinoial Secretary's Office,
fflitli December, 1893. 30-2 td
NOTICE.
NANAIMO AND NANAIMO
CITY   DISTRICT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Assessed and Provinoial Revenue taxes for the year 1894 are now due and payable at Government Office, Nanaimo, at the
following rates, viz:
If paid on or before June SO, 1894:
One half of 1 per cent on real property;
One third of 1 per oent on personal pro.
perty.
One half of 1 per oent on income;
Two  per cent on the assessed value of
wild laud.
Provincial Revenue Tax S3 per capita.
(Nanaimo City excepted.)
If paid after the 1st July:
Two thirds of 1 per oent on real property;
One half of 1 per cent on personal p ���������
perty.
Three quarters of 1 per cent on inoomo;
Two *nd one half per cent on the unsesRed
value ot wild land.
All partiea whose taxes are in arrears
are requested to pay the same forthwith
and save costs,
M. BATE,
Assessor and Collector.
Jamiary 2nd, 1894. M i 8
NANAIMO, B. C, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1894.
JUDICIOUS
In the cost of living can be made in the Dry Goods line. Always buy the best at the start, and it will prove economy in the long run.
This Spring we are preparing to give our numerous customers the Finest Assorted Stock that could possibly be
procured���selected from the Best Markets in the World.
Our Head Milliner has just returned from San Francisco, and informs us that the Hats this Spring are prettier than
they have been for many seasons past. We have ordered just double the quantity ot pattern Hats that we received last
year.
We shall announce our Opening Days next week.
.:.   SLOAN & SCOTT
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1894.
NOTICE OF MEETING.
A    MEETING OF THE
Association for the Support of the
Present Provincial Government
WILL BE HELD IN
THE FORESTER'S BILL
Over A. R. Johnston & Co.'s Store,
At fe ci of te Secretary
Members of the Association are
requested to be present and to
bring as many of their friends in
sympathy with the cause as possible.
SHIPPING
NEW VANCOUVER COAL COMPANY.
Sp. John A. Briggs, discharging.
Sp. Rufus E. Wood, McLeod, discharging.
Sp. India, Merriman, loading.
Ss. (Jrown of England, Gibson,is due.
Bk. Louis WalBh, Boyd, is due.
Bk. General Fairchild, Gammans, is due.
ROBERT DUNSMUIR AND SONS.
Ss. Costa Rica, Mclntyre, loading.
Ss. Empire, Jessen, loading at  Departure
Bay.
OENERAL
The R.M.S3. Empress^of India arrived at
Viotoria yesterday.
The str. Cutch, Newcomb, arrived from
Vancouver last evening with the following:
Passengers���McFee of Dublin Co., Mrs. A.
Bate, A. Butler, W. F. King, J. Shaw, A.
Scott, J. Bently, R. Shaw, A. Stewart, R.
Wilkinson, R. J. Smith, J. Robson, Mies
L. Izen, j. R. Perry, Geo. Biggar, H. R.
Bellamy, G. G. Garrison, Mrs. A. Butler,
Miss Butler, A. M. Bullock, H. R. Morse,
M. Gintzburgher, F. P. Wilson. Consignees
Geo. Whitehead, J. McKim k Son, Auley
k Smith, J. Haggart, N. E. P. S., J. H.
Pleace, W. Woruen, A. R. Johnston k Co.,
G. Bevilockway, W. Hoggan, Jim Kee, J.
H. Todd k Son
HOTEL ARRIVALS   Yesterday.
AT THE WINDSOR.
J. H. Smith, Regina; Howard Chapman,
Victoria; Thos. Comerford, Victoria; P. J.
Packard, Victoria; Geo. B. Powell, Wellington; W. M. King, Chicago.
AT TUE  WILSON.
C. R. King, Victoria; Thos. Shaw, Vic-
toria; Robt. Barker, Woodstock, Ont.; R.
E. Cooper, Toronto; F. J. Troughton, Chemainus; John T. Kelly, wife, and company
of 15 members; M. Gintzburger, Vanoouver;
H. R. MorBe, jr., Vancouver; Fred R. Wil
son, Vancouver.
AT THE  CENTR4L.
John Johnson, Duncan's; Joseph Robin-
aon, Nanaimo; Audtew Scott, John Shaw,
Robert Shaw, Alex. Stewart, John Bentley,
Australia; Mrs. Ashton, Pennsylvania.
"3rOTT_E_    DOLLARS
Look as Big as Cart Wheels to Us
IN   BOOTS  AND  SHOES
WE ABB OFFERING THE BEST VALUE
TO     GET     T -EEC IE _MI .
We carry the Largest Stock in the Oity, which enables us to have the Sizes to Fit You
and the Styles to Please You.
The Address is
LION   BOOT   AND   SHOE
os. 17, 19 and 21 Commercial Street.
(22 -2��)
HOUSE,
R. HILBERT, Prop.
NOTICE.
BIRTHS.
McCuiciirok���In this City, at 53 Comox Road, on
March 10th, ths wits of Charles MoCuicheon of a
���on.
Raymond���At the Wilson House, llaroh 7th, the wife
of George R. Raymond of a son.
Register! Register I
Every British Bubject who is of twenty-
one years of age and who has been a resident of the Province for twelve and this city
for two months or more ahould Bee that his
name is placed on the voter's list at once.
Forms and full information may be obtained
from Mr. M. Bray the Provincial Government Agent during offioe hoars.
STREET GOSSIP.
Little Items of Interest to Every Reader
of the Telegram.
The Windsor.
finy a lot inside city Kaslo of Kitchin for
$100; only $10 down, $10 each month. Will
pay you well.
The bomb complaint haB become epidemio,
but it is getting too near home to be pleasant.
New and dainty spring silks and dry
goods attract the eyes of the ladies as they
pass Sloan k Scott's windows. 2t
When you visit Vancouver do not forget
to register at the Delmonico. Emerson
leads all others as a caterer. 8-11 tf
Professor H. Stoel opened his spring term
of musical tuition this month. It combines
the best and most rapid systems of vocal
culture and piano-forte instruction. For
particulars apply to Professor H. Stoel at
the Windsor House, 1-3-tf
We have just finished prioing that immense stook of embroidery which we received the other day, and we assure you
that the prices are one-third oheaper than
anything offered before. Have you seen
that big window full of lace we are displaying just now! You might count the number of pieces and then consider we have as
many more inside.
2t Sloan k Scott.
PERSONALS.
M. J. T. Kelly and wife are registered at
the Wilson.
Mr. R. E. Cooper, of Toronto, is registered at the Wilson.
M. F. G. Peto was out for the first time
yesterday tinea his illness.
Mr. Howard   Chapman,   of   Victoria,  is
registered at the Windsor House.
Mr. Gintzburger, of Oppenheimer Bros.,
came over on the as. Cutcn last evening.
Mr. F. P. Wilson, traveller for McLennan
k McFeeley, hardware merchants of Vancouver, is Btopping at the Wilson.
Rosebery's  Prophecy.
The story is repeated that when Lord
Rosebery was a boy at the great Eton publio school he bet that he would marry the
heiress of tho year, become Prime Minister
of England and win the Derby before he
died, lhe liist two coudiiious have now
been fulfilled, and with his horse Lilian,
whicli is entered for the Derby, hu will undoubtedly add the third clause lo liis bet
next June.
SYRUP OF
WHITE PINE TAR
 AND	
���WILID    OTXXUTlTl-^r
A Remedy that acts like a charm In
tho cure of all the ordinary
affections of the
THROAT   AND    LUNGS.
THE REYIEDY for LA GRIPPE
NEROLINE
For   Chopped   Hands,    Face   and   Lips.
Rough, Hard  and all unpleasant
conditions   of   the   Skin   of
like   character.
There Is nothing like it to
CURE,   CLEAN   AND   WHITEN.
The Crescent Pharmacy
DRUGGIST 81112m
Victoria Crescent
As  I intend starting Auctioneering later on, I will buy
ANY SURPLUS STOCKS
in part payment for Real Estate.
THOS. KITCHIN,
3-3 6t Auctioneer.
A. E. CAMPBELL,
Aeeountant
AND-��-
Collector
Books Carefully Written and Balanced
Monthly.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF NANAIMO
Holden at Nanaimo.
In the voods of WILLIAM JAMES YOUNG,
Deceased:
NOTICE is hereby driven that hy an order of His
Horsor E. Ham-ion dated the i-iri February,
1894, J. P. Planta, Oiicial Administrator, was appointed Administrator of all a.id singular the goods,
chattels and eff ii-tof the said -Villiaiu James Young,
deceased
AM parlies hav'ng c'ainis  a/ninst  the  deceased
must deliver the same to the undersigned on or be
fore the 20th day of Mamh, 1804, after which date the
of the deceased will ->e distributed.
YARWOOD & YOU'JO,
Solicitors for the Offi ial Administrator.
Nanaimo, 23rd February, 1894. 25-2 lm
O ^PICE-GIBSON BLOOK,
COMMERCIAL ST.,
���7-2tf Nanaimo, B. C.
J1
CHEAPBHEAD
16 LOAVES 16
FOR THE DOLLAR
SPOT OASH
At the Nanaimo Bakery
SMART & THORNE, Proprietors.
���2-Stt
80 or 100 Aeres
OF GOOD LAND
PARTLY IMPROVED.
NANAIHO OR GABRIOLA DISTRICTS
PREFERRED.
For turther particulars apply to
A.B.PLANTA&Co.
Real Estate
AND
Insurance Agents
46 COMMERCIAL STREET
8-ll-13m NANAIHO.
FOR SALE
HOTEL
DOING FIRST-CLASS BUSINESS, and
now levsed >or threo years at a monthly rental of $60.    Contains
17 Bedrooms, Stable & Outhouses
Also, a Pull Size Lot.
As the owner of the above is shortly to
leave for the Old Country, he is now willing
to dispose of the above at a great sacrifice.
For full particulars apply to
Chas. Dempster ft Co.
AUCT ON HERS.
AUCTIONEERS.
LADIES ATTENTION I
AOGTION OF DRY GOODS I!
I shall start on Saturday, Feb. 10th, to clear out, by Auction the entire stock of Dry
-Goods, Millinery, Mantles and Men's Furnishings, latelty bought from Mr. A. A.
Richardson at a ridiculously low price previous to making an entire change in my business.    I havo secured the services of Mr. Dufour,
an Auctioneer of over 20 years' experience in England and Canada, to conduct the auction branch of my business.
The Public of Nanaimo know that this stock is composed of really useful and serviceable goods, and th*s will offer them an oppor  ,
tunity of purchasing at their own prioes.     I ask one and all to be at the WE8TEND on Saturday, Monday and following days, when
the whole slock will be offered without reserve.    Sale from 2 to 5 each day.
MEN'S ATTENTION!    Auction of Stock of Mr. James Caldwell.
'Ve have received instructions from Mr. James Caldwell to Auction the whole of
his well assorted stock of Men's Furnishings and Hats.
As Mr. Caldwell is going ont of this line, and intends in the future to devote
his entire attention to the Tailoring branch of his business, the whole of this stook
will be offered without reserve.
Sale on Saturday, Monday and following bights from 7 to 10.
G. A. MeBain & Co.
(ESTABLISHED   1888)|
Real Estate Brokers
Conveyancers
Notaries Public, &c.
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