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The : Nanaimo : Courier
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NANAIMO, B. Os, SATURDAY, MAT 18, 1889.
NO. 58
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NEW TO-DAY.
The Great Sale Still Cemtiiues.
VALUABLE   STOCK   OF    '
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ririCOSJ   PRICE.
get*"       Mttsf lie'Sold.    ' '
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gftT"       No Reasonable Offer Refused.
ARTHUR BTJIiLQC^jCye^ent Store
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Largest
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DAVIES & BEVERIDGE,
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CLOTHIER
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NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVKN THAT
30 days afler date we intend making
application to the Chief Commis-
: sioner of Lands and Works for a lease,
for lumbering purposes, of the following
j described tracts of land in the Alberni
I District, Vancouver Islnnd, British
! Columbia :
Commencing at a stake on south shore
of Cenlral Lake, marked (T. W. Patterson and M. H. Cowan) almost opposite
first island, about five miles from lower
end of hike; thence west 80 chains;
thence north 20 chains; thence east to
tlie lake ; thence following the lake shore
to the point of commencement.
Second chiini commencing at u+tUfcc
ort same side of lake, northeast corner;
thence cast 40 chains; tbence south 80
chains; thence west, 20cliainS to tbe lake;
thence following tlie lake to the point of
commencement. ,
Third claim on same side of hike, com-
ineiiging .at/.a stake, thence, smith ^0
clusrts ;{ti(ence west SO chains to the lake;
thence north to the lake; thence following the lake to the point of commencement.
I Cent-
ree miles from heuuYf
stake; InWiej
north 20 chains; tlienee east III chains;
thence south to the lake; thence following the lake to the poiijt of commencement.   pl'
EUROPEAN NEWS.
A iEW ZEALAND SKETCH.
| J had hct'.n paying a visit of snnie three
, mouliji's.. duration to a friend who had J
lithe good fortune to own a line sheep i
UNITED STATES NEWS
Turks Massacre Christians'8|flHf""r":" ■s',>i,"r iM""-   ' '
in Montenegro---THe;
Jxew   Zealand,
groom as   usual
OUR SPRING STUCK OF
Men's,Boys' & Youths' Ppthing is now Complete
OUR DISPLAY OF FURNISHING (iOOl)S IS UNSURPASSED.
FELT AND STRAW HATS of the latest styles direct from Europe.
HOOTS ANU SHOES, ETO.
Iu consequence of extensive alterations fo our premises we will dispose of our
stock at prices that defy competition.
Inspection Solicited'.
Masonic Building.
Lowest     -     Prices
Just: Received
NOW SHOWING   AT
The New Store
NEW BLACK OOODS Suitable for Mourning.
NEW BLACK CASHMERES and Lustrine!!.
NEW BLACK BRASH und Jet Trlnipiings.
NEW BLACK CRAPE Embroider* (the LateU Style.)
NEW BLACK PARASOLS.
NEW BLACK RIBBONS ami Luces.
NEW BLACK GLOVJfflf and Hose.
<■  I
SPENCER k PERKINS
FOR   S>:,tXi-h E •
Two Million Bricks
BY   THE
PIONEER mil  MICK   YARD".
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COUGHLAN   &    MASON    Proprietors,   VICTORIA,    B.    C.
Post Office Box no.
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A. R. JOHNSTON k  Co.
Impita & Msir
BASTICJN STIJ^T & GORDON'S WHARF, -
Finest   Drocerres1 and   Fresh   Provisions
KEPT   irWb"ct.WWUO
Ships    Disbursed   and   Supplies   Furnished
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H.i-J'^SV       7f>£IH"  ,;    """"        ' ■.    t
FAMILIES AND   SHIPPING   SUPPLIED.    OOODS   DELIVERED   TO ALL
PARTS   OF   CITY   AND   VICINITY.
AGENT   FOR   PACIFIC    COAST     STEAMSHIP   COM FA NY
AGENT FOR THE EAST COASTtrYTFEKUI95tT»|T!ANY. r*
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Oppenhei
stswe?
First claim on tlie north side ol" Cent-
:e,.\%mmeneiHg? 'at
ke, about I
Second claim, on north side of hike, on
small fmek,., cpniiili'iii'irig at n stake;
thence weBtoO'ehiiins; thence south. Ill
iliaJii'si-tii'enftii West (Ul ,ehniin»; tbenrc
north ad chains; thence cast 12(> chains:
tlienee south to starling point! this Claim
back from the lake aliout a mile.
Third claim on north side of hike,
commencing at a Btako, cast corner;
thence north 10 chains; thence west 40
chains; thence south to lake: thence
following shore of lake lo point of commencement.
Fourth claim on small lake, north side
of Central Lake, commencing at a,
stake at foot of lake ; thence
east 10 chains, thence north 240
chains, thence west !!0 chains, thence
south 240 chains, thence east to
starting point.
Fifth claim north side Central Lake,
commencing at a stake on lake, thenco
cast 10 chains, thence noith 80 chains
along the mountain to meet claim on
small lake, thence west 20 chains, thence
south to the lake, thence following the
hike to point of commencement.
Sixth claim north side of Central Lake,
commencing at n stake south-east corner,
thence east 00 chains, thence north 40
chains thence west 60 chains, tlienee
south to the lake this claim is aliout five
miles from lower end of lake.
First claim on Kieecoot Lake, commencing at a stake above what is known
ns the Xlig_. Island south side of Taylor
river, commencing at stake northeast
corner, (hence south (10 chains, thence
west 80 chains, thence north 20 chains,
tlienee west 40 chains thence north to
the lake, thence following the lake to
l»int of commencement.
Second claim Kieecoot Lake,commencing at a stake one mile from head of lake
southwest corner, thenco north HO chains,
thence east 24n chains thence south to
the lake, thence following the lake to the
point of oonimeiicemeiit.
Claim on small lake woirt' side of Alberni canal, commencing from stake at
foot of lake, thence south 20 chains!,
thence west 240 chains, thence north 40
chains, thence east 240 chains, thence
sijufh. to< starting'point. / •'
T. W. PaViekson.
M. II. Cowan.
Victoria! B. C, April 2llth, 18811.
May i. In).
LELAJJD   HOUSE,
PROUT     &    INSLEY,    Proprietors.
Strictly First-Clsss.    Accommodation for 135 Quests,
Convenient to Railway Station and Steamship   Dock.
CORNER OK   HASTINGS * GRANVILLE
STREETS.   VATNCOtrVER,   B.   C.
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F.   W.   COOK, C.E.,
CIVIL EISGINGEER  ANU  SURVEYOR,
Surveys tinrhcr antl other claims.
ADDBESS
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IfNlON CREDIT ANO PROTECTIVE
I Association—Headquarter*. 455 Main
Ll street, Wiiiu'fpe-g, Man. tor collection of old and worthless accounts anywhere in the world, and no charge if n£
collected. t>. If, t'i>i,)4Ms, Manager and
Treasure)'. S. Pkbiiv Mil.is. Solicitor,
Victoria, II.C.
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German Strike—
GENERAL GORDON STILL ALIVE-
Eviotions iu Ireland Will Ooiitinue, as
all  Efforts  to   Settle  Diijg-
•   oaltieu Have Failed,    t
THB BI1AII.
St, I'etersliug, May 17.— The varioii:
poinls of Interest iii and about Tillis
were visited by the Shah of Persia yesterday. After attending divine service
given iu his honor in tlie evening, lie
witnessed tt theatrical pei'loiTuaiico.
EVICTIONS IN IKELiNIl.
Dublin, Mav 17.—All eli'ortH to settle
the difficulties between landlord ami
tenant 0U the Olphert estate have failed,
and evictions; will lie resumed on Bog-
day. ' "._ ft
•     EMPEROR  ANll   IHTKIKKUH.
Beriin, May 17.—It transpires that
Emperor William seat an envoy to Westphalia a few days ago to -m*ke n unvote
enquiry into the strikes prevailing there,
which 'accounts for the intimate knowledge of the existing state of affairs displayed on the occasion of, his receiving
the strikers' and elriploj es' depuuraons.
Seventeen thousand men tire on striko,in'
Silesia, and the situation is threatening.
TURKS  MASSACRE   «1   CHRISTIANS.
Vienna, May 17.—It is stated at
Etienge that the Turks are niassacrcing
Christians on the frontier of Montenegro.
NOTABLE DEAO.       I
London, May 17.-—The Earl of Mulms-
bnry is dead.    He was horn in 1807.
THE GERMAN STRIKERS.
Berlin, May 17.—Although negotiations
between the employes and employers in
Westphalia have failed to bring ahout a
settlement of the difficulties, it is hoped
« meeting of masters, which will he.held
at Burchuiu to-morrow'; will accept the
terms of (he miners. Strikers' committees have reportqjf to tbe strikers atDprt-
mnnd the result of. their visit'to Berlin.
Over 5,000 strkri's have expressed their
approval of a compromise and declared
tlieir intention to accede to terms that
may he proposed at to-morrow's meeting!
A largo number of men have resumed
work, relying upon the active influence
of the Emperor with their  employers!
A QUEEN  DEAD.
Munich,   May   17.—Queen   Mary, of
Bavaria, mother of King Otto, died last
night  from   dropsy   and   cancer of the
liver.
HOUSE  OE  COMMONS    EXPRESSED    ItEURET.
Loudon, May 17.—An address signed
by two hundred members of the House
of Commons, including Mr. Parnell ancl
John Morley, has been sent to President
Carnot expressing regret at the absence
of Lord Lytton, British Ambassador to
France, from the opening ceremonies nf
the Paris Exposition.
LETTERS PROM THE PEOPLE, |
One   morning the
1 up three horses
j to tlic.duor, which my host, his wife,
j and myself mounted for our accustomed
iHAiinpcr over the "run," Followed by a
l.irafc <«i imported gray-hounds, whicli
never failed lo,alluri!s|ioiT, u limes were
..■mremedy numerous. Afli'i' Bagging u
k'aea.inv fiiend who wns nothing if m.i
abrupt ill Ills decisions, suddenly re-
uiarketi. "-u|i|Hjse wo go to the Terraces
in Itotoiiiiiliiina'.' lone of the idiim-pluecs
of the workl.) I gladly assented. Our
preparations *ere soon completed.
Driving jiast Utke Tuupo, the miglily
voleann.rising shoir out of its meters
WUS    liOlclllllK   IfttttttttUt    lUllt    sieuni.
Next doy we reached Ihe hot
lakes i of Ohiiiemutu The aii begun In grow heavy, and sulphurous;
springs were boiling up on all sides.
Goldfish were darling in, and out of the
"raupo" rcc*lsj1-u'lii{li ^ranged the edge of
Lake RotOfua. Afler staying in a Maori
vhate. Jot. ^Im! night, we drove <iu to
\\'aHua+tihe scene ,if the fearful volcanic
iff«Mrf,'*'nicli   took place
Exciting Times on the New
York Stock Exchange-
Shipwrecked
SAILORS   RETURH - HUNTING   A
err
years ago,
Maori hut
< hun 1.    lUcctiug.
Editor CoLiiikr:—I notice tp yotR'i
valuable pajier .thai an Easter vestrv
meeting was held by the meinbiu's of SI.
Paul's Church. I should like to be informed what constitutes it member. I
have resided in Nauaimo many luinUlis,
have always puiiLmy moiitlily #ontribr|-
tion, and attended the churcli; but wben
I made a proppsitiau at tho nbpfa meeting, was politely informed M'tlle "ftcv.
chairman that I had no voice in church
affairs. The accounts are stated to be of
a very satisfactory nature, hut tfn*r arc
they not published in the shape" of a
balance sheet, and plactjd in tflfeCpews as
at other places of worship? 1 veff pleased
to see Mr. VV. H. S. Perkins; and Jlr. (i.
II, Blakeway appointed church%«rdeiis;
both thorough business men, and likelvi
to look alter thu .aflairs of tjierlnuvh.'
Andtlwi Mep in tlto right iliiiM>Uu>»< was!
the appoilitnient of ii VesttV rTM-K.* No
doubt in future tlie':gceotiiits will be submitted in n better shape, and the minutes of previous^, ■iiieelipgs be produced
and Jiead, which were omitted at the
above meeting. '
Cll! Hl'IIMAN.
place Some four
Here we again slaved in a
whore, the natives being
ex^dwi^.ljytpkablo and .refusing to
hear ol payment rorour enfertiliniiient.
I urn informed that tbe very but, indeed
Uie wbnje native village, is" lo-day buried
H/leetf'^einjfltti; the suil'aee, by a line
cdal ol»«sligs. The enujition taking
place ft tne night destroyed nearly all
the natives in the place. When I was
there, they were a merry, laughing
crowd. 1 remember that after some persuasion we induced them   to dance their
famous war-dance, tlie llaKa, the sensuous grurojof which I shall never forget,
as tyie'smni-nudc figures of men and
woineii', Ijjtipdtl, and glided about in the
weird tire-light, reminding one more of
vitalized bronze statues, than human
beings—of such superb physique were
they. When daylight ciiine, we took a
party of six natives to carry our belongings, and started through the forest.
The trunks of the trees were literally
covered with flowering grasses, and rare
ferns—frequently no hark was visible
until the branches were reached. Underneath, wreaths of trailing vines hung,
(suspending tree to tree. Rare ferns in
wildeBt prolusion were g/owmg on every
■del. :Instinctively 1 stepped aside to
avoid treading upon the delicate fronds.
Every species of maiden-hair abounded,
"stag's-iiorn," "kidney fern," "silver fern," "hares-foot," besides scores of
varieties of which 1 did not know the
names were there. At last we emerged
upon the edge of Lake Taruriia. Here
we took'a canoe, our native crew keeping time with their oars to a wild chant.
In aliout mi hour, we reached the foot
of the lake, and beheld both the pink
and white Terraces of Rotoniahana. It
is not easy to realize that thoy exist no
longer. The eruption which" destroyed
Wairoa, also destroyed the Terraces;
though to mo they will always appear as
when I saw them ten years ago. Landing from the bout, they burst full upon
ouryit'W, with tlje sun shining upon them.
They seemed like marble steps leading
up to some-giant's palace in the air. On
one side nf (he water tlie Terraces were
pure white, on the other, salmon pink.
Tlie summit of each was surmounted by
a boiling Geyser, which threw out a
volume of water to a height nf 70 feet.
'JSTIk hot water, during the lapse of ages,
trickling slowly down, had formed the
yrorld-fained terraces. Each step was
aDont'two'fW't in depth, ^innll pools of
wurin water just large enough to bathe
in, had scooped out basins on all sides.
The water itself was blue as an Australian
Biiininer's sky, whilst around the edge
wiis the most delicate fretwork Imaginable—liner far than the finest lace;
formed ef course, hy the siliciouB
deposit from the water; After much
bathing, basking, and drinking ef Hans,
we reached tlio summit, or rather as near
us we dare go to it. The view waB such
as one gets but lew chances of seeing u
soepntl <nn«. , Flowering bushes crept
lovingly up to the very foot of thc steps.
The whole scene might have been such
us that described in a midsummer nighl'.-'
dream, indeed 1 should scarcely bave
been astonished hail" I seen Oheron and
Titiueiu in the flesh dancing a minuet.
E.VII.E.
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A
ifoOUT THE 24tu
THIS AND THAT.
The Siwashes are evidently preparing
tnhavea good time on (he 2-lth of May,
naAo-day wo saw some of them practising
their horses on the race track past the
Italian hotel. Thoy got very much excited over the sn'ins they "gave their
steeds, and their tilheums cheered
Higiiwaymau,   tbe    Suppoauil    Thief
Oftufjht as there is Strang Evidence   Agaiast   Him.
"■   . _
now AMONG CATHOLICS.
Brooklyn, May 17.—Catholic circles
are excited over tbe announcement thai
papers have been served by Rev. Francis
Denl upon the very Hev. Win, Keegan,
Vicar General of the Diocese of Buffalo',
New York, claiming from bim tfiBflOO
and iflll.OOO respectively, damages for
slander. Father Dent appears as his own
lawyer. His lisl of grievances against
rev. gi'iilleinan named are long and cover
ovor a period of ten veins. He says that
for having sumo difficulty, not stated,
Willi the Franciscan Order be was exiled
to Florida and subsequently sent to
Home, there he was offered every inducement to consent not to return to the
United Slates. He was finally sent back
to America, and Bishop Ryan ordered to
investigate the case. His subsequent
trial by the Bishop be declares was a
farce, and not a single accuser or witness
was brought against, him. The proceedings were based on certain anonymous
letters. The conclusion the Bishop came
to, was to ask Kome to order him back to
that place, Father Dent declined to bring
civil proceedings to obtain justice, and
was himself arrested on it charge of having libelled father Ilaiuel, of Oloan, for
circulating letters charging him with immorality, He was tried in Cattnragiis
court, convicted and sentenced to six
months imprisonment. These complete
bis grievances. His case against Rev.
Daniel Keegan is based on attack mado
by that gentleman on Father Lieut's
character.
arising in a Superiotstreet saloon, bf>
tween Farrel J. McCarthy and Ira Benton
as to who bIioii M "Jiiy for drinks, tin wen
adjourued to a rear alley way to right it
out. McCarthy knocked Brnton down
and brutally kicked him, so thai hi- died
shortly after at the hospital. McCarthy
was lodged in the pttHVe station charged
with murder.. .
htAU'lt TIll-XDERhTOllM.
Janesville, Wis.. May 17.—During a
severe storm this evening the house of
Dayton Flogg, at La Prairie, was Mruck
by lightning. After (be tire wus extinguished Mr«. Flogg was found deud on
the floor. Her little child was badly
burned, but will survive.
DEATH   FROM   I.HJllT.MMi.
Rockl'oid, Ills.. May 17.—Rockford experienced a most terrific thunder storm
at 5 o'clock this afternoon. Several houi.es
were struck, but no great damage wus
i done so far as lent iic.l. A voung uiuu
'uauied Kieler, who was lisliiuu on the
dani, was knocked'oil't»v it bolt of lighl-
iiing, and <>HtH*r'killed ley tbe shock or
drowned.        'f    '. , . ,
PACIFIC COAST SEII
WUVISJi   KIl.VEU.
San Francisco, May   17.—A  despatch
from Washington to-day intimated that
it was tho purpose of the administration
not to buy any more silver than.was demanded by law. and that it wus its purpose to practically follow tlio example of
Cleveland's administration'in this respect. This would limit the purchase tn
*2.(HKI,000 c month. A reporter interviewed Senator Ste-wart,. the authority
on silver, in regard to the matter. He
promptly said: "The despatch is absurd.
President Harrison is not going to pursue
(be policy of Cleveland's sylniinistration
with regard tu silver. That, policy was
condemned by the Republican party,anil
President Harrison in his letter of
acceptance endorsed that condemnation."
Hawaiian coiwur..
Henry W. Severance, appointed to the
position of Baited States consul-general
at Hawaii, is a California pioneer, and
lias been engaged in mercantile business
in San Francisco for many years. He
was appointed by the Hawaiian government us its consul at this port, and his
intimate acquaintance, with Hawuiin
affairs adds to his usefulness in his new
position.
'
SH'l'WREl'KED  SAILORS.
San Francisco, May 17.—The steamer
Rookton,  which  was chartered  hy thc
new si  owa so vie [United States Government  at Sydney,
.,. , ;     ' ',,     ',,' ' , '   t'. .. for thepurpoBe of transporting the.United
1 itlslairg, I a.,  May   17.—Notice oi  a I states ship wrecked sailors at Samoa, is
new sliding scale of wages w ill be posted ; ,im. ne,.e to-morrow.-
to-morrow at Carnegie's Homestead steel I
plant.   It is made up  on  the  basis of i-ickled salmon.
127.60 per ton for steel blooms with the j The Transcontinental Association has
minimum at $25. and il is practicallv a, fixed the rate on pickled laliiion from
reduction averaging 20 per eenl. It fiills \ fhis city to all eastern poinls-at $1 per
heaviest on the best paid men, and cute hundred  pounds.    The  new  rate on
them in some eusos 50 or 00 per eenl
Employes liad notified the firm that an
advance of wages would be demanded on
.Inly the first, The reduction will probably cause a strike of 2,500 employes;
If the strike is defeated the scale wilt
probably be adopted in all other stool
mills.
canned goods, is not yet in effect;" but
will probably be officially announced
next week.
A   IIRIDE'S   FATHER  DEAD.
Yesterday aft?rnoon Mrs. i. V. Hnllis.
daughter   of   Chief    Engineer. .Harris,
United States navy, was married in this
i city to Assistant Engineer, Charles W.
A war oe stocks. Dyson, United States nuvy.   It was mvt
„ .. , ., ,. .,„ , .., ., . until after the ceremonv had lieen pet-
New York, May 17.—Ihe battle on he formed that the bride, became aware of
Stock Exchange to-day lor the control of I )w father's death iu   tlu.'.,afternoou at
Santa Barbara.     What iuiii beep a scene
the Oregon and Transcontinental ltail-
I'ond was one of the most exciting ever
known on the Hoot', and after the close
of business Mr. Villard walked over to
Elijah Smith and said: "I have won. I
have 201,000 shares locked up in my
boxes." Mr. Smith did nol admit his
defeat, but did not claim victory. There
ore 400.000 shares altogether. The price
was run up by jumps from 37 to 04'ri
ii'iiid great excitement. The war for
control was between the Villard party,
who are said to include the Standard (iii
people, a big Berlin banker named Baron
Bleiehro.ler, W. L. Colby and others,
and I be Smith party, including the
I'nion Pacific people and other capitalists
interested iu Pacific roads outside of the
Northern Pacific, who are determined
that Villard shall not issue any stock before tbo election.
TBItEE  MEN   DROWNED   IN   A   TUNNEL.
oi joyousness, was at oncer trirjiBforthed
into one of grief. is*   wU
RomiEi) A eATMSSTKI. ski
Los Angeles, May 17.—-A^ielant Ad-
jutant-Goiieral Voliuar, of tbe Department of Arizona, located here, received
a dispatch to-day from Captain Xeh it
Fort Thomas, Arizona, that one M. *J.
Cunningham had been arrested en suspicion of lieing connected with tbe robbery of Paymaster W. Haniiii of |2t.,000.
More arrests were expected to be Blade
soon. Tne evidence against him is said
to lie very strong.    .    "
rm: 7ii-:iTi.TS«'  ItA'cir QCEirt'io*,.
lONBBB.
Wholesale Grocery House,
C. C. McKENZJE,
Land Agent1, Conveyancer, Accountant
and Insurance Agent.
Of*tear*-C. L, Smith's UuiUln-c, ItoMlon Streel,
Nanuiino.
Town Lot* and Farm* fur Sale,   Money to Loan t
Mortgage at low ratee.
Aftem for (the C.lat-fttiw hnd Lortdot, Tire Instil
Company.
NOTICE.
IS TIIE UNDERSKINEU Is RET1B-
(1 ing from business lie begs to notify
il all persons indebted to him to settle
Iheir accounts on or before tlie ,10lh J line
proximo". Accounts remaining unpaid
after that date will be placed in the
hands of an attorney for collection. All
persons to whom tlio undersigned is indebted aro requested to band in their
claims for payment, on or before the.
above mentioned dales.
JAS. 1I.I.HVEY.
Nanaimo, Kith April, '811.
Peok'w I L otel,
EAST   WELLINGTON
T.   E.    PECK.   Proprielcr.
KIRST-CI.ASS IN EVERV   PARTICULAR.
as enthusiastically us if ii were tlie event
j ful iluy.
Behind the Times.—Mrs. 'Voungwiic—., Hv kli»bUli!-otcd horses one sees being
"Do vou reullv Manage \ our own house'.'"[ ridden uhn.li'O iimnnd one would also
M.'S.'noneviiinoii-"-""Vcs, indeed, I do." j believe tbal their white cousins were not
Mrs. Voiingwil'e- "Whv, bow delightful- ! unmindful that training leads to victory.
Iv, lidiciiloiislvold-faaliioiii'dl'V I>mli„g- \ From our otvn'past experience, we think
Ion Free Press.        , .„ ■    ... ! that Ihe Indian  jockey,' though   a very
good rider, caiiiml CBJBpeto with white
boys, tbey get 'mure or loss rallied and
lose tlieir beads.
\V,C sjiiw.scvcrul ol 'he Citv Fathers and
4 Of dii'24th of Mav CommilMe cx-
nrlilnili^'tho Orethi HoV other day, we
hope tbey found everything satisfactory,
Tlie Qreep is the only central place we
have to -liold any kind of fete or
sports and Irwo lose that we shall have
I Ine volume of liijiiid'lx'n/.iiip will ren
in!!
ioo and toa Powell Street,
UK*
Vancouver, B.
The Cr«irf.5r "Maid, of Winks, 1,
always ,;:i haml.
A (ALL SOLICITED
KTUKS s*irHl|
mimabie
n*highly explosive,
[with fv11' or *
ich  iirlhi. miislHt
ieti'oR'um,  vapor
,li*n
llousor family   for 800 yours, it
•lieen broughl over from Ltornianv
lib
der 16,000 vnlutn
j and fi.OOO volumes of
! but ntlTiiiI ImT. *hl
while-Sot, bo&i ill
oxpltil
ami air
.luuab JIoHserj ol
in his possession ti
in the
having
bv iiitF
it.isih
keeper.
A Sleubonvi,
■wns wrung wilsUiii
stopped up.     After
nniiovance almost a y
tlio doclor, WHff TMfioved'a
from the Imtw part 'of the.
The man now litest lies more
Disi'os.ti, oe Stock,—The last few days
have witnessed the purchasing ofa large
miM-r\'ille,'})■.,'
tol.'vtliiclJHat
y for 800 ycure
over from ffftni..
Milwaukee. Muy 17.—At li o'clock tonight, a violent thunderstorm struck
this city, rain following ill a perfect
deluge. Tbo force of men at work in the
tunnel running to the river in.der Commerce street were overwhelmed by the
flood from a bursting sower, which filled
the tunnel. Three Polish laborers wore
drowned. The bodies cannot be recovered without a steam pump to empty
the tunnel when the flood abatis.
NKWS  ol'  OKMillAI.  OOHDOX.
New York, May 17.—It is rumored
that James Gordon Bennett has gouc to
Khartoum to ransom Gunoral Gordon
from tbe new Madid for a million francs,
them (The story is that Gordon wns not killed
by the Miidbi's people us has been supposed; but. made prisoner, and (bat an
ofl'er to release bim for the sum mimed
has boon made. Mr. Bennett bus certainly been in Egypt of late, but nothing
further can be learned,
SlIOOTOIQ AFFRAY.
Wasli'llgton, May 17.—Mrs. Sarah C.
Allen, school toucher in .letTerson school,
in this city, wus shot nnd killed in the
school this afternoon by her husband,
Oswald C. Allen, who Ihen killed himself,
The double murder occurred while the
school was in session and caused grout
excitement. Allen was a worthless vagabond, nnd bad not lived with his with
his who for some time.
Like their compeers in the. AnstrtJiaii
colonies, the American turf authorities
have had some dilliculty in dealing with
tho selling-race question, owing to the
combination of horse-owners net to bid
for winners; and recently, with thesiew
of raising that class oi, races above the
gambling medium,  the Cincinnati Turf
Congress adopted  the  following rifle':—
"111 all tbe selling races tticwtnneV shall
lie sold l.y secret  sealed hMt, to be deposited in a place designated by the ussn-
ciution within fifteen minutes after tlie
close of the race; the bidB hi be ripened
I by the presiding judge, and Hie sirrpflis
\ to be divided lietwoeo the. second  hoi*.'
i and the association."   The rule leciim-
i mended by Ihe commjUce of the A. ,f .C.,
! at the lust annual mooting was, sff'tar
as dealing with  the surplus wltMttai-
■ corned, drains! on similar lines.
SPOUTING   HOTflS.
to fall  hack on  Dcverill Square whicl
tlie t'ortipaUion is rapidly (jetting inlo
though those big uncovered drains
Y»tb'rock; look very   ugly.   One
not Irke to get rt fall about  where
thoy are, as the couscqneiiccs niijjht  be
disastrous^  Most of the settlers from the
from tb*
Wgntto | timated their intention of sp
irmn Queen's birthday in ,'anai.mo
vily. i look for a crowd that day.
I    As a mild km.l of n suggestion which
wo might be permitted to make in the interest nf,4|i|rjiiinity,'Jt would not be a bud
idea tA writer the race truck on the !Mth,
.,. ,, ,        ; us from our personal observations vester-
furii.sl.iigs! irom thO'iioW in-iee .sale, at  j,,v  the dust, when it horse bus galoped
Arthur Bullock's,     n imiiauys^niitim<Mv|^f (">,  ' ■••
thai  in small  towns it is impossible tqJu  8
humbug the public as to prices, as they
nding llio
so wo may
amount of dry goods, millinery and mens
1IAKKIIA1.L.
At St. Louis, Muy 17.—St, Louis 11,
Brooklyn 2,
At Cincinnati—Ciiicinnati It, Tlulli-
niore ...
Atlxiuisville—l.iiulsvilh' 4,<!uluiuliua'i.
At KaiiBiis Cily—A-thK'tKB jfcunnfi^ufl-
ponod.   Rain.
Syracuse—Syracuse 5, Toledo ft.
Hamilton—Hamilton H.IVimnto (4.
Biiffulo—Buffalo 8, lAin.lon 13.
SPECIAL  NOTICES.     '
MORK   STItlKKIlS,
Pittsburg, May 17.—Forty employees
ut Carnegie's, 83rd street mill, wont" on
strike   to-day   refusing   to    work    thc
The Vancouver Coal Mining and Land Co.,
limited, hereby give notice that »nj person
found cutting or removing timber from Iheir
land,   without obtaining permission at- *rhe
material furnished by the firm.   There is j Company's Office"»iltZl*|  proncuted.— S
every prospect Of u general strike at the  M. Robins, Suoerintend-nt.
.If     1 )|il I. i , in. 1      ol,,,,l       u.n.l...      t.\,.      ■•••      ..   1
i* something appalling.
are well aware when
lunch lielow its value, ir
son uf lire cruwi
at Bullock's sfk alt*
lon'l fiiil'to aVoiili
tunitv.
,11'ticle is oHorwl' •' -|
i'd hl'iice the rea-
_jl
af
fl
im;
1'fif (Irkat Rusk.—Owing io ih
tnensc number yf purchasers   visiting
Black Diamond steel works for an ud
Vance in wages. The Bittiution of ufliiiis
at Clurk A Co's. Solar Iron works remains unchanged, it is reported that
till employees of the National Tube
works company nt McKoosport, are nut
on strike to-day, and work is entirely
suspended. There are b000 men employed
hy the company. There Is no change in
the strike situational l)ui|iiosno.
Till XDKH   AND   I.IOHTXTNO.
Citv,    Mav    17—Tli
 e.—   ..^ao   ..-.. „b   ObjBnrMi^
i&y or r.«>. .Veniiixing ..i. *irKHJL'.ara
tuliited from riding on the cars on the Kast
Wellington Railway.—EAST Wlil.LINC.
TON COAL CO. '    ■»
"l'lxi Toi'" CtgaxB J'oqr for a Ui artijr
'rli^,V'"*r^r^1;.H'
Mr
Um.lock's     L'slablislinicnt     on     Sntitrda-
anxious to laW advantage of lus disposal
Is slock ut eosl, he und his clerks wore u
ble toAttentl 1.,^ great numberofcustomers.
He  fiBJre&jJ tint st> many   went aw',15   unserved, nnd if possible he would advise some
of ;his friends to shop in the morning when
hey could he belter wailed upon. "
A Eioreer Beast.     Poor Old Col.Uvt-
"Cnn you let me haven little moth**, sir,
to keep tho wolf from tnerlou*?" 'jaVjse
Old Uprile—"If appearances don'l liolie
Kansas  City,    May    17.—The   worst' you, mv man, it is not the wolf, but Hi
thunder and ruin storm experienced here , tiger vou need to shtin." '"   **
for throe years raged all dnv long.   Four  ^ «t» -• .■• .;..;   .
houses wore struck by lightning, and  in     stvlisb    Debits-   enbroiileml  rim«
some portions 0 tho city the block pave-1 hSe new lwhd^go^d8S
>f  .1.0, (s were washed away.    Bigiwashoiits |^ DluBheB m reCeived at   XIII-
J , are reported on roads entering hero. The ' loot's. «•■••••   ,^j"
We advise all our friends who waut.acw
hats, shirts, undetcluthing crtt.,neckwcai..to
avail themselves ol thc cost price sale of dry
goods at Arlhtir llullock's.    '   •         *
■      .-
\ Union Pacific Denver express was delayed six hours by a washout thirty miles
west of this place.
KNOCKED, OUT AND KILLED.
Cleveland, Ohio, May 17.—In a dispute 2
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terests of Ireland and England would be
best, served by the entire abolition of
both Vice-Royalty, and also the "Castle
clique."
Mr. James O'Neil is authorized on behalf of the Nanaimo Courier to canvass
tor subscriptions, advertising, receive
payments and give receipts for the same
In the city of Victoria.
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for subscriptions, receive payments and
give receipts for the same in Wellington.
 _,aa> -.	
NANAIUO ATHLETIC SPOItTS OX
THE   QUEENS BIRTHDAY.
It has lieen thought by many of our
liest writers, that the lover of athletic
exercises is liable to hceonieso wedded io
tlieir pursuit, that be ultimately becomes
u leas useful member of society than he
would otherwise huvO been. We have
heard it stated more than once, tbnt this
"erase for sport" is last becoming a curse
both in Australia, and New Zealand, owing to the fact thut both employes und
employers, aro apt to devote loo much
valuable time' U> horse-racing, 1'oot-buH,
cricket, tenuis, and the rest. Besides it has lieen Hot infrequently asserted that in order to obtain (he moans
with which to follow tlieir special bobby
in this direction, clerks, assistants, and
others, have been repeatedly in-.
duced to embeiszle the properly
of tlieir masters. Of course we admit at
once that carried to ^excess, this love of
sport is harmful in the extreme, but we
contend that those who do thus carry it
to excess, would in all probability have
"gone wrong" under any other conditions.
Few men cultivate the love ol athletic
sports to such an extent as do the members of the great English universities,
yet if we remember rightly, both Lord
Coleridge (Chief Justice) and Justice
Brett, one of tho ablest judges
on the bench, were both in
their college eights, and one of tbem
rowed for his 'varsity. Many other
famous names occur to us us noted at litotes, were it ofjservice to mention tbem.
Severe training is of course more or less
harmful to the system, hut stub severity
as would be harmful is, except in isolated
cases, quite unnecessary. Doubtless,
Benforth, the famous Newcastle oarsman,
died at the oar from the effects of overtraining. Fred. Archer, the world
renowned jockey, ia also supposed
to have brought on both the
mental and physical weakness,
Irom which he suffered for a considerable
time previous to his death, by over training. Notwithstanding, our contention is
that in the main the bruin is strengthened, just as are the muscles, by tho steady
pursuit of a love of sport. Wo expressly
disclaim any inclusion oi tho gambling,
cock-fighting, betting element, when we
allude to sport, and sportsmen, We firmly believe that one of the chief causes of
the superiority of our own race is the
deep-rooted, intense love for the games
and sports, which have as devoted adherent* in tbe small backwoods Canadian
township, as in the populous cities ofthe
East. We feel sure that the competitors
for the lauiel wreath on tbo Queen's
birthday in Nanaimo, will have as good a
record to show, as will tlie.contestnnts in
many towns of far greater importance.
And we wonld urge our fellow towiiBmen
and women most strongly, to encourage
this love of outdoor sport among our
young men, by adding their presence us
well as sympathy and moral support, on
the fast approaching "twenty-fourth,"
instesd of deserting their own town for
the attractions of tbe Capital.
THE PRINCE OF WALES AS  VICEROY OF IRELAND.
We are not one of those who believe
that H. R. H. of Wales will receive tbe
offer of the Vice-Royalty at Dublin
Castle. Stato reasons which will occur
to any one at all interested in British
politics, seem to us to entirely preclude
the possibility of any such step being
Drought about. The Prince would us-
■suredly to some extent, lose his, ut pros-
eat, unbounded, and deserved popularity,
•wing to the inexplicable but indubitable
bet, that "In these days one can't
please e»erybody." We lieliovo the
Prince to be just the man for the post,
were he not heir-apparent to the Crown
of Great Britain. As for the fear of his
assassination in the event of his crossing
the Irish Channel, expressed by some of
ths opponents of the scheme—we herewith emphatically express our opinion
that such a fear is nothing short of an in -
salt to the Irish nation. The Prince
would be to them but a figure-head. The
outward and visible sign of a power for
which we fear they have a deep-rooted
distrust, and dislike. Nor do we undertake to say that such distrust, and dislike, is not largely, if not altogether, Ibe
fault of England and her rulers. But w e
do not believe for one instant that the
Prince's life would be in any danger from
ths countrymen of Wellington and
Wousel*v. The same reason which
caused English statesmen to allow an annual income to the reigning sovereign,
rather than permit her to have the nian-
agement, and revenue, derivable from
privato landed estates, is equally appli-
sable to the case of the Prince of Wales
assuming the Vice-Royalty of Ireland.
That Prince, as all tbe world knows, is a
really hard-worked man—be makes more
public speeches thbn Mr. Gladstone,
and is probably obliged to eat far more
trying dinners. Though the "first gen-
ttsman ia Europe," he is anything but
•■elusive—witness his dining the other
day Witt. afr*. Maokay, the wife ot an
untitled citiasn ei California; shewing
eonclaslTely, that nowadays the "social
chasm may be easily bridged with a
structure swung on golden cables." Yet
in spite of so much that may be said in
favor of his acceptance ef such an appointment, we think that the truest in-
PROQRESS TN ART.
Those among ub wlio can curry buck
their memories some twenty years or 80
will recollect with a smile, half of amusement, half of contempt, how the carpets
under our feet blossomed out into enormous red or white roses. How wallpapers were frequently seen with
"pictures"showing. Uow furniture was
for the most port heavy and ugly, and
how the chairs and sofas were inclined
towards slippery horse hair, and general
discomfort. Since that time house decoration bus nnidc enormous strides.
Oscar Wilde, Morris, lhc radical furniture
manufacturer and poet, with Mr. Buskin,
being perhaps the chief agents in the
astonishingly rapid Improvement made
of late years in the decoration of our
homos. The same marked advancement
is noticeable iu the jowolbv and dresses
which ladies wear. The single exception
to this all round advance is the attire of
the man. That alone shows but little
sign of alli.iulion. A "lull" hat may be
Worn a trifle higher, one your Ihun
another, or ils brim a litllo narrower,
but the mule garments 'if to-duy are
essentially tlio sumo as lo make, nnd
material, us were those our grandfathers
wore. The ancients supposed that the
progress of u stuto was tube measured by
its art, ami undoubtedly the decadence
of Greece us a power, began at the suine
time as the decadence of its art. If the
analogy is correct, we of to-day ought to
be making rapid strides upwards and onwards. Houses upon which lasle bus
been displayed both outside and in, ure
more likely to please and occupy their
owners, than are those in which but little
has been done to make them beautiful.
Was it Cieoro wlio said tbat " to have
learned faithfully the fine arts, softened
manners, nor suffered them to become
savage?"
EDITORIAL    NOTES.
From an English correspondent we
learn that at tbe rent dinner of the tenants of Mr. John Mansell Richardson,
recently held ut Caistor, England, Mr.
Richardson Intimated bis intention of
further remitting the rents of bis tenants
on his Nettleton and other estates ill
North Lincolnshire in consideration of
the continued depression in agriculture
and tbo low prices of wheat and other
cereals. The tenants, however, unanimously agreed that, as Mr. Richardson
had in llio past so generously met the
wishes of his tenants in the remission of
rents mid other rebates, while fully up-
appreeiating his kind oilers, tbey eon
sidored that he bad fully and generously
met all reasonable demands in that direction, and respectfully declined to receive
any further rebate. Wo nre unable to
understand bow it coinea about that one
never hours of n solitary instance of this
kind occurring In Ireland. The Mr.
Ricbardsod referred to, is a Lincolnshire
landowner, and when we were deep in
our Ciesar, was considered the linest
gentleman rider in the country. More
than once he steered Ihe winner of the
Grand National Steeplechase at Liverpool. Several years buck, some of our
readers may remember thnt Mr. Richardson's name was frequently coupled with
that of the Countess of Yurhorough, the
liaison causing much scandal at tbe lime.
However, ill these days of "bard times"
among the farmers of the "old country,"
such an instance of good feeling between
landlord and tenant, as that related
above, gives one a faint thrill of pleasure
and—surprise.
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Paid  Policy Holders,   1888,  $14,000,000,
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NOTICE
In the matter of the Peoples' Steam Navigation Company limited liability,
And in the matter of the winding up
act.
NOTICE is hereby given that an order
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made by the Hon. Mr. Justice Crease and
Mr. John Herbert Turner has been appointed provisional Liquidator of the
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DAVIE A POOLEY,
Solicitors for the Petitioner.
Dated  Victoria, 10th Muy, 1889.
May 12-18.
In the mutter of the Peoples' Steam Navigation   Company   limited   liability.
And in the matter of the winding up
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II o'clock in the forenoon for the appointment of Mr. John Herbert Turner as tbe
sole liquidator of the estate nnd effects of
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Biallock'a Brick Block, Victoria Crescent.
May 14—1 mo
Canadian Pacific Navigation  Co.
[LIMITED
TIME   TABLE   Wo.    io.
TAKING EFFECT FEBRUARY iot, 1889.
BURRARD  INLET ROUTE.
VICTORIA   TO  Vancouver and   Moodyville  daily
except Monday, at 4 o'clock.
VANCOUVER TO Victoria, daily, except Monday,
at   13:13 o'clock  or  on  tin-  arrival of the C- r.
Railway Train.
PUGET SOUND ROUTE.
S.S. PREMIER will leave as follows:—Vancouver
2 p. 111., Mondays aud Thursdays, returning
leaves Seattle Wednesdays and Saturdays at 6
a.m., arriving in Vancouver about i p.m., this to
take effect Thursday, February 9th.
NEW WESTMINSTER ROUTE.
Leaves VICTORIA for New Westminster, Ladder's
Landing and Lulu Island,  Sunday* and Thursdays at 7 •'clock, Tuesdays at 8 o'clock.
Leave   NEW   WESTMINSTER  for  Victoria   and
wav ports ou Monday at 7 p.m., Wednesday and
Friday at 7 a.m.
PLUMPER PASS, Sunday at 7 o'clock,
FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamers  for \lopn and way ports leave New Westminster every Thursday:    For  ChiJliv.li.uk and
way landing!, every Tuesday  and  Saturday at
7 a.m.
BARCLAY SOUND ROUTE.
Steamer MAUDE leaves Victoria for Alberni and
Sound ports once a month.
NORTHERN    ROUTE.
Steamship Sardonyx will leave for Fort Simpson and
intermediate ports on the First   and   Fifteenth of
each  month.    Whenever   siiflni.nl    inducement
offers will eall at points on  the   We.st   Coast  and
Queen Charlotte Islands.
The cmupauy reserves the  right of changing this
Time Table at any time without notification.
C.A.CARLETON. JOHN IRVING.
rGcn. Agent, Manager.
FIRST BAN K
-ESTAU1.IS1IKII    IN-
City 0 Nanaimo
BAJSTK   OF
(INCORPOKATKD  BV   KflYAI. CHARTKK,  lB6'i.)
1A1MTAI. »«,ft0O,00O
(WITH   POWER  TO  INCREASE.)
London   Om u u— jS  Cornhill,   ondon.     Branches
at San Francisco, Portland, Or,, Victoria, New
Westminster, Vaucouver, Nanaimo and
|K am loop*.
Agenta und «orrespondeuliit
In Canada—-The Bank of Montreal and branches.
Unithd Status—Agents Bank of Montreal, sg Wall
Street, New York; —Bank of Montreal, Chicago.
Unithd Kim.uom—Bank of British  Columbia, aS
Cornhill, London; National Provincial Bank of
England; North and South Wales Bank;
British  Linen   Company's   Rank;
Bank of Ireland.
ndia, China, Japan, Australia, New Zealand Hang
Kong   and   Shanghai    Bank    Corporation-
Chartered  Bank of India, Australia and
China, English, Scottish and Australian Chartered  Bank,   Bank  of
Australasia,    Commercial!*
Rank Co., of Sydney.£
Mmcico and Sooth America—London   Bank   of
Mexico aud South America.
Telegraphic Transfers and Remittances to and from
all poiuts can be made through this Bank|at
current  rat'ss.
ollections^carefully attended to and every I'd escrip'
tion of banking tiansacted.
CALDWELL k LEWIS,
 THE	
Fashionable : Tailors
Have thc Choicest Assortment of
Foreign and Domestic
CLOTHS AND TWEEDS,
CLOTHS AND TWEEDS,
CLOTHS AND TWEEDS,
 AND	
GENTS'   FURNISHING GOODS.
GENTS'  PURNISHING GOODS.
GENTS'  FURNISHING GOODS.
IN NANAIMO.
latest
Styles and Fits Warranted.
CALL    :    AND    :   SEE     :    US.
CALDWELL St LEWIS,
Commercial Street   -   -    Nannimo, 11. C
apl3-im
Nanaimo Land Office.
HAWTHORNTHWAITE   &   CO.
FOR SALE.
NEWCASTLE DISTRICT—Seven acreB,
mure or less, very good land, Millstrcam
running through, close tof'omox Ronil,
A tUisirnlile homestead, minerals included—
$1000.
Newcastle Townsite—Lot 68, Block 3.
$22 J Terms.
Lot 43, Mock 10, $500 cash.
Nanaimo Citv—Two houses nnd 2 lots,
corner Iialibvrton aud Crnce streets, very
desirable location for store or dwelling,
$2500.
Lot 8, lilock 13, $1800 terms. Splendid
business site.
Lots 11 and 12, block 6—$1000.
Locations for residences and business sites
throughout the city.
Nine blocks In the Syndicate Addition to
Port Angeles. Farms in all parts of the
Province. pkj
E.M.   YARWOOD,
Solicitor of the High Court, Ontario,
—ANn—
NOTARY PUBLIC I'ult BRITIH COLUMBIA,
OfBi-e in Sinitlt'B BnildinK, Commercial
Street, Nanaimo.
Piano Tuning.
AKDKRS FOR TUNING ANU REPAIRING
^** pianos and organs if left ut this office, will be
attended to promptly. A. ANGKRMAN.
April 18—tf
RDTAL-: BOTE,
IIIHUIKI IAI.    KT
The Largest sad Beat Betel In tb   Citv.
K. WATClim    . PROP
NANAIMO,   B.C.
James Harvey
IMPORTER OF
ENGLISH AND CANADIAN'MERCHANDISE.
Commercial Street. Nanaimo,   P.. C.
NOTICE.
AttetWMOt Act and Provincial Revenue Tax, Nanaimo District.
Notice iii. hereby given, in uccuriWrtce with the
Statutes, tha. 1'rovmcial Revenue Tux and attTaxet
levied under the Assessment Acts are uow due for the
year, 1880, aud payable al my office, Nanaimo;
Assessed Taxes, if paid ou or before June 30th, liHg,
are collectable itt the following rates, fill
% of 1 per cent, on Keal Property.
7'a cents per acre on Wild Land.
One-thiid of ouuper cent, on Persunal   Property.
fs of 1 per cent, on Income.
If paid alter June 30th, 18B0:—
Yi of 1 per 1 .    1 on Real Property.
BJ3 cents 1     1 ffeotl Wild Land.
\; of 1 per ■•-.i.ou Personal Property.
% of 1 per   • i.i. on Income.
M. BATE.
Asv:wuf .■ Heel"'
aiiiiio Machine
FRASER STREET, NEAR HASTION
STREET BRIDGE,
R. J. Wenborn; - Proprietor.
Repairing and refitting of all kinds of
machinery promptly attended to in a
thorough manner. Brass fitting!! of all
kinds made to order.
"■•"CHARGES
Ap2-H       _...,
REASONABLE.
Great   Transcontinental   Route.
Northern Pacific Rail'y
Via the  Cascade  Division  now completed,
making it the Shortest, Best
arid   Quickest.
The Dining Car Line. The Direct Route.
No Delays, Fastest Trains, Lowest Rates
to Chicago and all Points East. Tickets
sold to all Prominent points throughout Ihe
East and South-East.
TiiROuoii Pullman  Drawing-Room
Sleeping Cars.
Reservations can be secured in Advance.
Tn East-Bonn. Passengers,
Uc careful  and  do nut make a mistake, lint
lie sure to take the
Northern Pacific  Railway.
And see that your ticket reads via THIS
LINE, St. Paul or Minneapolis, to avoid
changes and serious delays occasioned hy
other routes.
Through    Emigrant    Sleeping     Cars
Run on regular express trains lull length of
the line. berths free. Lowest Kates.
Quickest Time.
W. B. DENNISON,
Freight and Passenger Agent,
Nanaimo, B, C,
A. D. CHARLTON,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.
No. 2, Washington Street,   Portland, Or.
J.H.PLEACE,
—DEALER in—
HAKDWAKII,    8T0VEB,     PAINTS,     OILS
ROPE,  GLASS, RIFLES,
CARTRIDGES, PAINT
BRUSHES.
I
READY MIXED PAINTS,
NAILS, BUILDERS HARD
WARE AND CARPENTERS'
TOOLS.
TEAMING.
QKDEKS   KJR   ORAYAGE   OR   TEAMING
^* left lit the Exi . .1 ,t Bakery, Commercial street,
or Mairiou's store, Haliburton street, will receive
rompt attention at moderate rates.
A. ANDERSON,
Albert Street,
April 6—tf Nanaimo, B.C.
Donald   Smith
NOTARY PUBLIC, CONVEYANCER,
REAL   ESTATE
AND INSURANCE AGENT,
Nanaimo,  ~B.  Ob
Jan, 2.11 P. O.   H.i\ 30.
POODLE DOG RESTAURANT
NANAIMO, B. C.
J3. Jamieson, Prop.
Oyslers,  Cakes, Jellies, .ce Cream,   liluiu
Mange, &c,    Thc orly While Labor
Restaurant in Town,    Meals
from  25 cantfl up.
R. CRAIG,
General Blacksmith & Carriage Builder.
Bamiui Street Bridge, Naualiuu, B. C.
With New Pletni.es,   Modem   Maelliliury   and   Kir.
Class   Workmen,   all Styles of Wagons,
Carriages and Buggies will ba built
to order.
IIORSK SHOEING A SPECIALLY.   KKPAIK
IKG DONK.
R. J. W. ATWOOD,
Chemist & Druggist.
Patent Medicines, Perfumery anh
ToiLETfGood 3*, '.,
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
00MHER0IAI,  STBEBT, NANAIMO,  B,   0.
To tlie Travelling Public
TICKET S
——TCj   ALL    JOINTS   ON   THK-	
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAIL'V
Anil its connections ta.y be bad lii.iu
A. SHAW,  Agent,    -   -   Nanainio.
^VANCOUVER
Furniture: Warehouse.
JOHN HILBERT,
IS SELL I Nil
Furniture   and   Household
GOODS
CHEAPER than ANV OTHEK  HOUSE
IN   THE CITY.
A Foil Assortment it Lowest Price.,
Victoria  CreBeent,
NANAIMO.  H.C. * \,
_ J- d_ -r— ■
OLPFLAGMN
COR. BAK
Nl) HKINNER
*T8| .  ,
wt.  tu
n inn
"KIM,
no,  b.c.
Wwoyrttmr.
Cosmopolitan Market,
CWMicliI Mmi, .tUtv, I.C.       f|
si.   <2XTxaNisrxiix*x*.
—ALWAYS—
A   CHOICE   ASSORTMENT
OnfTHKjriNKUT
MEATS   AND   VEGETABLES
in thk niaaar. h      -
Free DellTcerv to All.Parti of lb. Pit..    .
Tho aYMeciit-a.ex-
R. DUNSMUIR
Loiivpb Vancouver Ior Nanaimo on Holidays, Tliurwlays anil Fridays at 2:15
p.m., on the arrival of the Eastern
mails.
Leave* New Westminster for Nanaimo
Mondays and Wednesdays at 7 l.m.
XtLOtUJT'ta.lXl.aV,
Leaves Nanaimo for Vancouver Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 7 a.m.
Leaves Nanainio for New Westminster
Tuesdays and Saturdays at 7 a.m.
Bastion,   Front akd   Wharf
Sts., Nanaimo. B. C.
W.BREDEMEYER,PB.PH.
Mining dngineer, United Stile* and
Provincial Surveyor and assayer, Vancouver, B. C.
LATH PARTNER OF 1. M'VTCKEB SALT LAKE CITY.
R.liable reports, underground surveys and nia|>s
ol mine, executed al low rates. Assays made on all
kind, of Minerals. -Gold and Silver bars. 'I'biity
yean experience in mining in Alia, Europe aud
Uailed Stale, of America. Speaks ten Unguag,
Assays from a distance promptly attended to.
Address, Vancouver. B. C.
All quart!', for iissayiiUfleft with W. C.
Hallai'k, Nanaimo, wilt lie promptly forwarded lo Dr. llredemeyer.
flearge Cavalsky's
F.iitjurli!
VICTORIA CRESCENT,
ls the place togct your FRUIT always
the lirst and best of the season, besides if you want
Fancy    Artlolee.,
Jewelry, Pipes and Cigars of which
.     he has the biggest assortment
in town, as well as being
agent for
McKay's  - London   - Cigars,
For Nanaimo and Wellington.
! [His" is the place and no other, as he imports
tui own goods and saves you money.
Give him a call and satisfy yourself.
Victoria  Crescent.
OCCpENTAL   HOTEL
Opposite E. A. N. U. It. Bepot,
Strictly First-Class.
<JsySiiinple rooms for travellers.
Wtr Only first-class WineB, Liquors
ia Cigar*
and" Cigars,
JOHN DECKER & CO.
mch22-tf THE  NANAIMO   COURIER,  SATURDAY,   MAY   18, 1889.
3
A ■welT. Blaadar.
Swells come in 'grY/at variety ip Boston. There are all sorts and conditions
of them, but the swell that interests ao
unsympathetic anti-swell more than any
other is he who blunders in the darksome paths of etiquette. A fiendish joy
is not unnatural when a swell commits a
betise without knowing it. Not many
evenings since a leading light, a swell,
who is so afraid of being seen in the
wrong drawing rooms ho refuses to go
anywhere, ventured out Into tbe radiance
of a select circle. He is a handsome
swell, big, well groomed, of literary habits, and, were he not muoh married,
would belong to the rank and file of
mashers. At all events, one fair stronger present was much overcome by his
many oharms and gracefully submitted
to being "mashed" on this particular occasion.
Everything was progressing favorably.
The swell was swelling with/content at
hit conquest, tho lady was enjoying a
view of the immaculate splendor of his
shirt front and the perfect fit of tho low
cut moire waistcoat, when refreshments
were passed, and conversation for a moment gave way to ice cream. Presently
a wicked Uttle macaroon fell from the
lady's plate to the floor. Tbe swell gal
lantly stooped—to brush it aside? Not a
bit He carefully picked It up and da-
posited it on . his companion's plate.
Alaok-a-day! How the magnetic current, which had Bowed so fast and
strong before, chilled in that fair lady's
breast at this solecism, can only be appreciated by the author of a book of etiquette. In her eyes and in the wandering eyea of others, this swell's reputation
had gone. To her, at least, he ls no
longer a swell, and if he stays away from
her parties forevermore, she will never
reinstate bim in the upper tier of the,
four hundred.—Boston Herald.
A Notable Athlete.
Asa horseman, from beginning to end
of bis vigorous life, Washington had no
peer. Like all Virginia boys be took to
the saddle as a, duck takes to water.
Once astride bis steed, it was all but
impossible to dlslodgo him. From the
day when as a lad ho first rode to hounds
after old Lord Fairfax, of Qreenway
Court, across the county named for that
worthy nobleman, ho was a skilled and
dashing fox hunter. In the army, when
on horseback, riding down the line,
cheered to tbe echo by tbe soldiers, who
believed, with a superstition worthy of
the ancients, that here was a being born
to lead them, he was physically the most
imposing figure present. In person,
Washington showed in maturity the
fruits of the lifetime he had given to
what athletes nowadays call "training."
His habits at all times were those exacted of a "crew" or "team" of modern
days before the "Occasions wben those
heroes appear in publlo to fill with despair or exultation the bosoms of their
friends. From the Indians of thefihenan-
doah wilderness, among whom he spent
weeks during his first surveying tour, he
learned the swift, elastio tread that distinguished him in walking. His powers
of endurance were worthy of bis extraordinary physical strength, though it
must be said be had few illnesses to test
his constitution, and. Indeed, was rarely
ailing.—St. Nicholas for lijarcb.
Industrial lojuranoe.
industrial insurance brings an indemnity against loss by death to those who
most need it Among the working
classes* man's labor is bis onlv source
of Income and gives his life its only value
man insurable sense to his dependents.
The necessity of providing against loss
by death is greater among the poor than
with those who have wealth, much or
little, to leave to their families.
Tbe fact has been recognised in Germany, where insurance has been made
compulsory. Small sums, reckoned according to the weekly wage, are taken
from ths pay of the worker by the employer and paid' to tbe government.
These sums provide for a sick benefit and
an Insurance against old age and infirmity. Incase of illness thirteen weeks
of free medical attendance and a money
allowance equal to one-half the wages
are allowed. At death an amount equal
to twenty times the local dally wages of
an ordinary day laborer la paid to tbe
survivors. In old age and Infirmity a
yearly stipend ls paid. Tbe employer*
contribute equally to on accident (und,
which provide* for total or part disability
or death. Tbe state, ths employers and
the employed contribute equally to the
old age and Infirm pension fund. The
stok fand Is maintained by the employes.
—Chicago News.
D*t*it«d ef Bis Uvtaa>
It tela Paris that the art of begging
bis produced Its most remarkable examples of subconscious effrontery. A
wealthy man in that oity was told by his
servants recently tbat a manwesweft-
lng in the hall below who had sent bim
up a letter.    .      .
pconjalned the following ap-
Sm—Yonr well, known
•realty has led me to
magtsuiinWMlT take
m of aoWottanate
csvalb/.deprived
of nihatefsnos fcy tTrf*t-th
I am, sir, yours Id distress,
oath's Companion.
■awfcalllt*) O.irajta'a Cott.
IV boy* ia Atlanta, Qa.. gave Go>«r-
nor Gordon a very severe snowballing
M he was going to the capitol one morning last winter. Ibe governor begged
bard to be Ut off. but the boys said no.
One boy said te bim. "We cant tet you
off. governor. Aa you haven't donebny
running since tt, you will have to
bustle.'' And the general hustled, while
dozens of ball* took bim In the back of
tbe neofc-Httsburg Dispatch.
AJlsestsof vsesete
Bed from long ret
. in ta* aaftlejt s*.J
be
iy
'ect
with
obascoal powder afler tbe grosser impurities have been scoured off with sand and
water.
a t**-Htats.**»
.byrinsmgt
G. W.  BIGGER
VICTORIA,   B. C,
—WILL OIVE—
Crayon,Indian Inkor YVaterColors
The BEST WORK on the Pacific
Coast at
NEW
YORK
PRICES.
Sliic-nTur Cases of TntiixicatlOB.
A  prominent  military man, who had
drunk moderately during the war and
had abstained from that time on, while
attending a dinner with his old comrades,
I where most of tliuiu were intoxicated,
suddenly became hilarious, made a fool-
j ish speech, and settled  back in his chair
in a drunki-u state, and was finally taken
! home quite stupid.
He hail not drunk any spirits and had
only used coffee and water, and yet he
had all the symptoms of thu others, only
bin was intoxication from contugion—the
favoring soil had been prepared long ago
in the army.
Another case was that of u man who
had been an inebriate yours ugo. but had
reformed, says The Popular Science
Monthly. He was recently elected to
oflice and gave a dinner to some friends
Among them was a physician who has
been greatly Interested in theso studies.
He sunt me a long report, tho substance
of which tVas this:
On tho occasion referred to many of
the company became partially intoxicated, aud the host, who drank nothing
but water, became hilarious und finally
stupid with them lie was put to bed
with overy sign of intoxication, but recovered, anil next morning had only a
confused notion of theso events.
The third case occurred four years ago.
A reformed man, of twelve years' sobriety, weut on a military excursion with
a drinking company, and, although he
drank nothing but lemonade, became as
much intoxicated us the others.
This event was tho subject of much
comment and loss to him, socially and
otherwise, although he protested, and
others confirmed his statements, that he
did not tako any spirits at this time.—
New York Journal.
A   TALE   WITHOUT   A   MOHAU.
Tbree giddy, Biddy, little fllea,
Upoo a summer, day,
Longinjr to see tho outside world,
Resolved to run away
Old Grandpa Fly sat oa a bowl.
And overheard the scheme;
Quoth he, "Children, I'm old and wise.
Have bad that self aame dream.
"Though life so Klltleiing seems to youth.
And everything looks grand,
The world ls treacherous at tbe best-
Be careful where you stand "
Now, wben the little flies heard this
Their spirits 'gan to droop,
When—Qraudpa Fly slipped on the edge.
And fell Into tbe soup -Life
,A Perfect Smoke Consumer.
I have just returned from Springfield,
Mo., where, in the shops of the St. Louis
and San Francisco road, I saw a furnace
in operation that at once solved the problem of smoke consumption and tho reduction of coal consumption to tho minimum. It is bound lo revolutionize the
entire system of steam making. It is
the invention of Carney, the master mechanic of the road, has been In operation
for nearly a year, and is a complete success. To put it briefly, by Carney's
process tho highest degree of heat Is secured by burning with overy pound of
coal two pounds of water. In fact, water
gas is made, and 1 wonder that no one
ever thought of it before. The slack
coal is mixed with water in the proportion of one part to two, and the result
is the formation of tho gas. Every part
of the cool is consumed.
At the end of twenty-four*hours there
were but three wheelbarrow loads of fine
ashes carried away. Had the furnace
been fed dry thero would have been from
eighteen to twenty barrowfuls of ashes
and cinders. Thero was actually no
smoke escaping from tho smoko stack,
which was but twolvo feet high. I was
struck by the shortness of tho stock, and
remarked It to tho engineer, who replied:
"Why have it any higher? Nothing goes
through it." At my request the water
was cut off, and the furnace was fed dry
for two hours, with tho result that the
furnace was unable to make sufficient
steam to run tho machinery in the shop.
This water burning furnace is to my
mind tho greatest invention of the past
twenty-five years. — Boiler Maker in
Globe-Democrat
A Card in the Pocket.
Several young married ladies in a certain private boarding house in St. Paul
are just now having oceans of fun at the
expense of one of their Bex in Rochester,
N. Y. The husband of one of tho ladles
recently purchased a spring overcoat.
With true womanly instinct his better
half, the flrst timo the coat was left at
home, proceeded to explore the various
pockets, and hidden in tho little side
pocket she found a card on which the
name and address of a young lady at
Rochester, N. Y., was written. Of course
the husband was asked to explain, but
could not, as he hod not been aware of
the presence of the card. The idea thai
it bod been placed there by a young tail-
oress who had handled the coat last at
the factory struck the spouse in a forcible
manner.
His wife was loath to believe such a
story, but followed the advice of hei
husband and wrote to tbe address given,
pretending that she was a young man
who bad bought tbe coat. In the meantime she told the other ladies at the
house of the affair and all waited impatiently for an answer. It come, and of
course it was as the husband suspected.
The writer was willing to continue the
correspondence if the gentleman was
sincere, etc. Another letter is now being
written. I wonder bow the girl will fee)
when she discovers that her address fell
into tho hands of a female instead oi
some  gay deceiver?—St.  Paul Plenecr
•"•J*"*   '■    ■    .       ;/■
It Mad. tUaa Think.'
Mike to listen to peoplo4alking on the
o***. .Tbe loudness of tono which some
bumptious folks adopt Invariably generally goes with aggressive ignorance. II
lathe couple.w£aipering in the oornei
nMsrsatfn&bntyou
ley say. But some-
tisaesonacatchjs an amusing bit.   The
"Hallo, Two."
"Bow artfyou?" >
"Getting bower
"SeaTwhere ha»e yea beenr
'•Been to a Chinese funeral—looking
at it, I mean. I couldn't help thinking"-—
"What?"
"All thoso Chinamen, and only ono
dead.—San Franolsco Chronicle.
Age. of Aulmab.
A whale lives 800 years. A sheep lives
ten years. A cat lives fifteen years. A
tortoise lives 109 years- A lion Uvea
twenty years. A oamel lives forty years.
A bear lives' twenty years.' A dog lives
ox lives twenty-five yours. A guinea pig
lives seven years. A horse lives twenty-
five yean.—Detroit Free Press.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT,
6o days after date, we intend making
application to Honorable, the Chief
Commissioner of Lands anil Works for permission to purchase 320 acres of land, situate
on the West side of Alberni Canal, commencing at a post nbout three miles from Ihe
head of the canal; thence west 40 chains;
thence north 80 chains' thence east to the
canal; thence following the shore line to the
point of commencement.
T. W. PATTERSON,
M. ft, COWAN.
Victoria, li. C,
April 29th, 1880. 2m
llualmiul aad Wife.
Among other absurdities we bave well
meaning husbands and wives harassing
\ ono another to death for no reason in the
world but the desire of conforming to
current notions regarding the proper
conduct of married people. These victims are expected to go about  perpetu
i ally together, as if they were a pair of
carriage horses; to lie forever holding
1 claims over one another, exacting or
making useless sacrifices, and generally
j getting in one another's way. The man
who marries finds that his liberty has
gone, and the woman exchanges one set
of restrictions for another. She thinks
herself neglected if the husband does not
always return to her in the evenings, and
the husband and society think her un-
dutiful, frivolous, and so forth, if she
does not stay at home alone trying to
1 sigh him back again.
Tho luckless man finds his wife so very
dutiful and domesticated, and so very
much confined to her "proper sphere.'
j that she Is, perchange, more exemplary
! than entertaining. Still, she may look
injured und resigned, but she must not
seek society and occupation on her own
account, adding to the common mental
store, bringing new interest and knowledge into the joint existence, and becoming thus a contented, cultivated and
agreeable being. No wonder that, while
all this is forbidden, wo have ao many
unhappy wivesandbored husbands. The
more admirable the wives the more profoundly bored* the husbands.—Herald of
Health.     _j__	
The Mysterious Wrastiar.
in Mr. A; 0. Ounter's new book, "That
Frenchman," the scene opens In Paris
during the last years of the second empire, changes to St. Petersburg and then
to the German-Russian frontier, tbe
tale ia melodramatic in character, as are
Mr. Ounter's other books, but the author
states that he has tried to develop more
comedy. The advance orders he reports
at 40,000. He has Introduced as one of
his characters "the wrestler In the mask,'
a man who produced a great sensation in
Paris in 1867 and '68. This person was
supposed to be somo great nobleman wbo
was fond of wrestling. He was hi ths
habit of driving to tho scene wrapped In
a long cloak, under which he wore hie
wrestling dress. On his face he had a
small, black silk mask. He met all comers and was never defeated. Naturally
he was the saurceof gossip, and the balls
or circus was crowded when it was announced tbat he was to appear.—Current
Literature.
Her Moral Character.
Some amusing incidents happen at tht
civil service exsmtaattpns which the tar*
now require to be passed by candidate*
for official positions and clerkships. It
was at an examination here In Boston
that a young woman found herself confronted with the question:
"Aro you of good moral character*"
She was very much amused at tb*
question and in doubt how to treat it
Calling the examiner to her desk she said
nbout the question:
"I bave the reputation of being of
good mural character. But yon know
'reputation' Is what people think of VA
while 'character' Is what God and the
angels know of us, and that I don't wanl
totelL"
The examiner said she need not worry.
—Albany Express.
1
Wo Waal SaU Disease,
A New Yorker old enough ta know
better is reported in The Tribune ashaving uttered these terribly treasonable
protests against some modem Improvements:
What with your murderous railroads,
your new f angled bridges, your ten story
buildings und electrlo current* over and
under and on all sides of you, your life
isn't worth a penny at any time or anywhere. If you walk in the middle of tht
Btreet, the pavement is Just a* likely at
not to shoot up into the air and blow you
out of sight Talk about coast defenses
and harbor defense*, what we want is
self defense. —Boston Transcript
Lola*.
"Coward I Lying hearted man I" hissed
Lula d'Efflngton between her set teeth
when Richard Kurdaleeong replied that
she could only be a sister to bim.
"Lula, you are excited. Tour words
do not consist," replied Richard, calmly.
"Triflerl Base borate, explain your
self I" waa all the outraged girl coold
utter.
"If I am Richard tbe tyin' hearted,
surely I am no coward."
Another moment and he held the wan
corpse of Lula d'Efflngton prone at hit
feet.—Bingham ton Republican.
Hew ts Bast.
Dr. Jackson's Health Journal say* a
cat Is a sermon to nervous people. She
finds the quietest spot about the place,
whero it Is cosy and sunny, or In summer shady, drop* down just a* her flesh
will drop, with each muscle relaxed and
goes to sleep. The doctor's eat sermon
is that we Americana do not know bow
to rest or sleep, or how to reouperateand
make the most of life What we need It
to know how to relax every time we feel
tired or fagged, Instead of pegging on
under stimulus of tea or alcohol.
To make tough steak tender, take a
teaepoonful of salad oil, two teatpooflful*
vinegaa. a Utile cayenne pepper. Lay
the-teak upon it and let fl remain one
hour, then turn over and let It lie an
hour.
JAS. 0. FAIRBURN,
Boot & Shoemaker,
IMS HKMOVKI) TO
BASTION    STREET,
Next   IlillurTt'H   Furniture
Warehouse.
1fs*B**Uepairing oi all kinds promptly
nt tended to.
A p 23-tf
FRENCH   LUXURY.
rtleli
Surroundings   of   Cabinet   MlnUter.
and Thoir Whrea.
I often wonder whether it is, after all,
an evil for French ministries to be short
lived—unless for the ministers and their
wives. If they were uot often overthrown the number of persons to taste
the sweets of office would be so much
less. The constant shuffling of the cards
and new deals have also the advantage
of preventing tlie formation of a governmental caste, which would lie the most
unendurnhly conservative one that ever
existed, and, I doubt not. the most insolent and puffed up Vou have no idea in
England of the uuie/nificcnce in which
members of French cabinets live. They
ore housed in palaces, at once handsome,
luxurious ami snug - a rare combination.
Admirably trained footmen are thrown
in with tlio palaces Lords chamberlain
and masters of the ceremonies might
take lessons in deportment from there-
served, respectful r««! self respecting
ushers in black. witiVierl chains round
their necks, who show visitors into the
presence of the minister on the ground
floor or of tho initiistiess on.the first floor.
The funiture of a ministry is all vory
handsome and imposing in the ground
floor rooms. All this splendor takes
away tho breath of un Englishman fresh
to Paris, who haa lieen used to tho dingl-
ness of the Irish office, and the plain
brick house at Whitehall in which the
O. O. M. resided when in office. At a
French ministry, the foot sinks in winter
in the deep pile of the carpets. In summer the oak parquet floors are beautifully polished, giving a charming sense
of coolness and dustlessness. Immense
windows of the folding door model
thrown wide open, if the weather be
sunny, afford prospects of velvety turf,
old trees, shrubberies and flowerbeds in
bright bloom. There is not a ministerial
residence that has not a garden spacious
enough to deserve the name of a park,
and the atmosphere of Paris ls free from
smoke blacks.
Tbe ministress lives generally on the
Arst floor of the official residence, which
is just as spacious and handsome, but
more gay and elegantly coquettish, than
the ground floor rooms. The sitting
rooms of tho outgoing prime ministress—
the nicest one we 'have had for an ego
—were done up for tho Dockets de Per-
slgny when she was running her curious
rig under the empire. For her pleasure
the Garde Meublei which is an infinite
wealth of beautiful furniture, was ruled
ot somo of its most lovely Eighteenth century treasures. The duchess was, on ber
father's side, the granddaughter of Ney,
the cooper's son. On her mother's' side
she stood in the same relation to Jacques
Lafitte, of financial celebrity, who came
to Paris with worn out shoes and an
empty pocket, but who won the heart of
a miserly banker by stooping to pick up
a pin in his courtyard, and so was able
to make his way to fortune.
Yet the duchess was as dainty as if
her ancestors for centuries hod been of the
due's class. A crumpled rose petal on her
couch would have made her cry out.
She afterward had to slave in the house
of her second husband in Egypt (Lo-
tnoyne, an Orleans attorney) like her
great-grandmother. The Bitting rooms,
the use of which Mtue. Floquet enjoys,
are done up with rare old brocades and
old pink Sevres and Dresden porcelains.
Tbe bedrooms are just as elegant, and
the dining room is a bijou. Ail the year
round ministresses can have what flowers
they please from tho stato green houses.
Bow, then, could they help regarding
themselves as sovereign ladies, were their
husbands' tenure of office long?—London
Truth.
LAND IN Tift WEST.
UNCLE SAM'S BIG FARM, WHERE THB
PLOW HAS NOT YET BEEN.
Brought Home to Her.
A few evenings since a lady who was
giving a Uttle private party was saying
all manner of severe things about the
proposed lottery. In the midst of hei
pious indignation an old gentleman, Bitting on the opposite side of the table,
said quietly.
"Madame, did you not onco sell mc
two tickets in a church raffle?"
The woman hesitated, and finally said:
"Perhaps I did."
"Fancy cake baaket, wasn't it?"
She colored up, and, after an embarrassed cough, said feebly: "I believe so."
"Did tbe drawing ever come off, and,
tf so, what was the winning number?"
The lady made a strong effort and said
she had forgotten.
"Tbe reason I recalled the circumstance," continued the old gentleman
blandly, "was that I noticed the cake
basket on the table." And ho looked al
the aforesaid piece of silver in a smiling
way.
There was a dead silence all around
the table, for several of the guests remembered having purchased those some
ticket*, and tbey couldn't remember,
either, just when that drawing took
place.—Carson (Nev.) Appeal.
A Famous Painter.
Benjamin West, the famous American
painter, was born of Quaker parents in
Springfield, Pa., Oct. 10, 1783. When 11
child he drew a picture of the baby in tht
cradle, and for his flrst printing obtained
hts colors from leaves and berries. He
taught himself, and at the age of 1C
pewter! pictures in Philadelphia and
neighboring villages. It was at this time
that be produced hit painting of the
Death of Socrates. In 1790 the generosity of friends enabled West to go to Italy
to pursue his studies Boon after he settled in England he obtained the favor of
George HI, and in thirty years .painted
over 400 pictures. He died In London
on J4aroh 10,18»0.-Philadelphla Tune*.
Bow hums to Stay.
The proper length of time to stay at *
tea ha* never been defined. Elderly society women who are past the rush and
aettrlt/ of their prime and onbrgo tatmi
tea In an afternoon, sometimes settle
themselves comfortably In an easy chair
and stay two or three hours chatting
with their friends as they come and go
Busy society leaders fly into the house,
sip a cup of tea, stay five minutes and
dart out again, only to be driven rapidly
to another place, thus going to three 01
four teas in an afternoon.—Maw York
Sun.
Wm. Blackmore,
Architect.    10 I c.
OFFICE—422 CORDOVA STREET,
P. O. BOX 116. VANCOUVER, 11,
Shaving & Bath Parlors
OPPOSITE COURIER OFFICE,
NANAIMO, H.C.
J,   Lewis,    -    Proprietor, m-ia-ue
How to Get a Home Out of It—Methods
of Obtaining a Title Under the Various
Land Acts—It Is Comparatively Easy to
Get 480 Acres.
There are thousands of acres of vacant
land which can be had at almost a nominal price. In most instances it requires
only settlement, residence and cultivation for a few years to obtain full and
complete title to tho land. The situation
is much different from what it is in the
east, where a young farmer must run in
debt to buy a few acres of land and be
kept in debt for years. One crop of ten
acres will pay the cost for building and
tools.
There nre several ways of obtaining
title to agricultural lands First is
under the pre-emption laws. The flrst
requisite is to make settlement upon the
land. Settlement consists of any acts
which show the intention of tho settler
io claim tho land as a pre-emption. It
may Ik-, for instance, tho building of a
cellar, or starting tho foundation of a
house, or building of u fence.
Having this settlement upon the land,
within threo months the settler must file
a declaratory statement in tho United
States olliee and pay a fee of $3. Within two years and nine months he must
get upon tho land and reside thereon f&r
six months. By n decision of the land
olliee, it is not necessary for a party to
live upon the land until six months before he makes final proof, but he must
live there at least six months and make
final proof before thirty-three months
from the date of settlement He must
have cultivated a portion of the land.
In six months after establishing residence
upon the land he can prove up. Ho must
make application to make final proof at
tho land oflice, and advertise In some paper published near tho land, also name
four witnesses who are neighbors and
who are pot related to him. He and two
witnesses must appear before the proper
officers on tho day of making final proof
and mako proof of his residence, cultivation of tho land and pay $1.25 per acre
in addition to tho fees for advertising,
attorney's fees, etc.
HOMESTEAD.
Another method of obtaining title to
land Is under the homestead act. By
-this method the flrst requisite is the same
as under the pre-emption laws, A soldier
can file a soldier's homestead claim upon
tho land which he intends for a homestead six mouths previous to making a
settlement upoa furnishing his discharge,
or other proof of his service; but any
party can havo six months time to make
settlement by going before tho register
and receiver of tho land office; so this
right of the soldier amounts to but very
little. Within threo months after settlement, homestead entry must be made and
a fee of $16 be paid the land office. The
party, should ho not go before tho register and receiver, must bo residing upon
tho land at the time of making affidavit
before a clerk of court. He can if he
chooses after residing upon the land six
months, and cultivating It, prove up as
in tho pre-emption and pay for the land.
Such an act is called commuting a homestead. Should ho not desire to pay for
it, however, he can live upon it five
years and then make final proof. He
need notprovo up If he chooses for seven
years. Upon making final proof he has
only to pay tho foes for advertising,
clerk, and a small fee to the register and
receiver, when he obtains the title for
bis land. If ho was a soldier in the war
his term of service as such con be deducted from the fivo years' residence,
but ho must reside upon the land at least
one year. Theso ore all the rights the
soldier has over any other citizen in respect to the homestead law.
A person who wishes to take up land
under both pre-emption and homestead
act should pre-empt first.
Thero is still another method of obtaining title to land, and that is under the
timber act By this method the party
must make a timber culture entry, and
show that the land ls non-mineral. He
must himself be personally acquainted
with tho land in order to mako this affidavit At uuy time within ono year after
making entry of the land, and paying a
fee of tli to the land office, he must
plow for the 100 acres taken, five acres of
land. In the second year he must sow
the first fivo acres to a crop and break
another fivo acres. In the third year he
must put in tree seeds or set out trees in
the first fivo acres, and put a crop in the
second fivo acres. In the fourth year he
must put tree seeds or cuttings in the
second five acres.
The trees must be cultivated and kept
alive, and at tho end of eight years he
can prove up and obtain title to 160 acres
by paying small fees. This act is a first
class law, and many citizens aro availing
themselves ot it and in good faith. It
hardly deserves the condemnation the
Into demented Sparks placed upon it.
Unmarried women as well as men can
avail themselves of tho privileges of
these acta
It will bo seen that at comparatively
small expense a title can bo had to 460
acres of flno farming land.—Great Falls
(Mon.) Leader.
Columbia - Carriage - Works
astings Street.  East of Carroll, Vancouver, B,
This extensive establishment has just opened.    A large and well selected sioi-ko*
Carriages,    Buggies,   Buckboads,
WILL BE KEPT IN STOCK AND MADE TO OKl'l I
HflRSP-SHflPINfi Having  secured  the  best  shoer  on Ihe Coatt. liij. u.|dim.ei.l .ill UuiaJ*.
llUUULl UllULllllU, specialty. We guarantee lo prevent bom. from iutt-rlering or uv.r-ir.Lhin |
mmm   m LAME   HOlfSEs shod and treated on lhc latei.1 aijiroved prinvi,.!.-.
RTPARTnlfi Repairing in all its branches, as well a* I'AIMlM.   l»l)l*IJO, Mr., done »iit
lllll JUIlilU, neatness and at moderate prices. Light and Heavy S'***t*it Stir, wl every Je.uiptu I.
attended to. ttS.Every| department will receive the pcrMD.1 tupnvhiwi oi "di Sir. Ml MaMII, »» 11I.I c I-
penenced workman, well and favorably known iu many parts ol [lie tlominio...
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Deposits Keoeived in Gold, Silver and U. 8. Currenoy.    Inteiest paid on ilie same
mi time deposits.
Oold Dust hiiiI IT. 3. Currency purchased nt highest mnrkut rnli-a.
ITsT bight Drafts sud Telegraphic Transfers or Shi. Francisco, New Vmk ami
'Jauiulii.
hichangc on Loudou availuble iu all parts nf Emop.-.  tfrigiaiir.. Ireland unci
Scotland,
betters of Credit issued ou ihe principal Citi"n nl tin- '.luiic.! Slut.•». I 'aiuuln uud
fan rope.
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Assorted Tlngers.
Abernethy.
Cabin,
Coffee Cake,
Cheese Biscuits.
Currant Tops
dinger Snaps,
Graham Wafers.
dinger Cake.
Family Pilot.
Fanoy Mixed.
Fruit Blser,
Iced Clnger Bread,
Iced Sultana.
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lemon bn.i|i-.
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bud. Crack.' r
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Sii|iar   CrackHia.
Splce  Jiiii.bifejk.
Su^ai   Cn'iHus,
Sultana Biscuit,
Vanilla Crfea.r.,
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Etc., site.
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c ->
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THO*.AS ALLSOP.
HENRY S. MASON,
CUVLEK A. HOLLAND.
DIUECTOHft
HEAD OFFICE :«&_pou, EM.
the business of ALLSOP di M ASON has been morsttd ... ia.
abot a Company and tvill be carried on by tZe Company'/Tom thu
dattasa General Laud Investwemt and ftisZrancVAgXJy
MONEY TO LOAM-1" ",*HTG*CE **Low ma*b«
tale on easy terras.
Tow« Lou mut. rar»l»g UM* tmw
Dr. J.   Collis    Browne's
PIILORODYNK.
TIIK ORIGINAL ant] ONLY   .KNl'INK
Advice .r invalids—If you wish to amain
quiet refreshing sleep, free (torn headache,
relief from lain and anguish, to calm anil
assuage the weary achings of protracted
disease, invigorate the nervous media, and
regulate thc circulating systems ofthe body,
you will provide yourself with tnat marvellous remedy discovered hy Dr. J. Cullis
Browne (late Army Medical Staff), to which
he gave the name of CHLORODYNE* nnd
which is admitted by the profession to be the
most wonderful and valuable remedy ever
discovered.
CHLORODYNE is the best remedy
known for Coughs, Consumption, Bronchitis,
Asthma.
CHLORODYNE acts like a charm in
Diarrhoea, and is the only specific in Cholera
and Dysentery.
CHLORODYNE effectually cuts short all
attacks of Epilepsy, Hysteria, Palpitation
ami Spasms.
CHLORODYNE is the only palliative in
PHYSICIANS.
WYMOND WALKEM, M.I).,C.1I.,
(Coroner for .the Provinre or British Columbia.)   Reftirience, East
Wellington.      Telephone      eonnertion
L.
T. IUVIS, M. P.C.M., PhVsUU.1
itiul Surgeon. * Smith's Builrliuir,
Commercial Street, Tilanaiiiio, B.C.
STEAMKR SERVICE.
I'.i-t v
Neuralgia,    Rheumatism,
Toothache, Meningitis, &:
Gout,    Cancer,
fSc,
Vicimia.1
3 A.
7 A.
A QuctloD with Two SldM.
Mr. Sheppard, the president of the
Philadelphia board of education, says:
"It ls, la my estimation, a mistake to
put a woman In charge of a school. Not
that I would cast any reflection upon
those who now hold such positions, for
their duties are performed as well as they
can be by a woman; but in the very naturo of things a man would be better
qualified to hold the position, and to
bring up tho pupils tn the way they
ehouM go, not only from an educational
point of view, but from a moral one as
well. A ■ man can reason with a boy
about matters that some female teachers
would not caro to talk about." But, on
the other hand, a woman can reason
with a girl about same matters that a
male teacher would not care to talk
about.—True Flag.
LANDING,   ex   " GIT ANA "
and other arrivals  from Great
Britain:
100 tons Pig Iron.
L'5,000 Fire Bricks.
IIOO Casks Portland Cement.
KirkmanrS Sons' Planafortcs (a choice
assortment.)
CurtisB & Harvey's Blasting and Sporting Powder.
J. A W. Stuarts' Patent Double Knotted Netting Twines, etc., etc.
ROBERT WARD,
Wharf Street,
Victoria, B.C.
From Symes & ( <;., Pharmaceutical
Chemists Medical Hall, Simla, January 5th,
1880: To J. T. Davenport, Ks'q., 33 Greal
Russell Streel, Illnomslniry, London, Deal
Sir:—We embrace this opportunity of congratulating you ilium the wide-spread reputation this justly esteemed medicine, Dr. J.
Collis .Irowne's Chlorodyne, has earned for
itself, not only in Hindustan, but all over
the East. As a remedy of general utility,
much question whether a lictter is im*
ported into the country, and wc shall lie
glad to hear of its finding a place in every
Anglo-Indian home, The othet brands, we
arc happy to say, are now relegated to ihe
native bazaars, and judging from their sale!
we fancy their sojurn there will be but
evanescent. Wc could multiply instances
infinitum of the extraordinary efficacy of
Dr. Cullis Browne. Chtorodyne in Dlarrnce,
and 2nd Dysentery Spasms, Cramps,
Ne'iralgia, the Vomiting of Pregnancy, and
ft. general Sedative, that have oecarreri
unil.' <uir persona) observation during many
years. In Choleraic Diarrhcra, and even if
the more terrible forms of Cholera itself, we
have witnessed its controlling power. We
have never used -Any other foi 111 of this
medicine than Collis Browne's, from a firm
conviction that it is decidedly the best, and
also from a sense of duty we owe to the pro"
fession and thc public, as we ire ofthe
opinion tnat the substitution of any other
than Collis llrownc's, is A DELI HER A" E
BREACH OF FAITH ON THE PART
OF THE CHEMIST TO PRESCRIBE
AND PATIENT ALIKE. We are sir,
faithfully yours, Symes A Co., Members of
the Pharm. Society of Great Britain, His
Excellancy thc Viceroy's Chemists.
CAUTION.—Vice-Cnancellor Sir W.
Page Wood stated that Dr. J, Collis Browne
was, undoubtedly, thc inventor ui Chloro.
dyne; that the story of the defendant, Fret
man, was deliberately untrue, which, he
regretted to say, had been sworn to—S«
The Times," July 13, 1884.
Sold in buttles at is. ij-od., 2s. Qd., 4s.
6d., and Us. each. None is genuine wilh.
out the words "Dr. I. Collis Browne's
Chlorodyne" on the Government stamp,
Overwhelming medical testimony accom>
panies each bottle.
t   Caution—Beware of   Piracy* and lmita-
ions.
Sole  Manufactures—J. T. Dayenport, 33
Great Russell  Street, Illoomsbttrv   London
:en Nanaimo, Comox and
Steamer Amelia.
Arrives in Nanaiamo every Tuesday evening.
Leaves Nanaima for Comox   Wednesday *	
Returns from Comox.for Victoria,
Wednesday evening.
Leaves Nanaimn foi Victoria Thin,,.
day v.ii-••••■-,i-..
Leaves Victoria  foi "Nanaimo, Friday    ,7 A. M.
Leaves Nanaimo for Victoria,   and
all  way ports Saturday     7 .. u.
[Between   Nanaimo and   \'auoit|vei.|
Stkamkk Rainbow.
Arrives    al     Ntmumu     Tuesdays—Leaves
Nanaimo Wednesday morning.
(Between Westminster, Comox ft Nsaaiwo ]
Steamer Rorert Dhnsmiiir.
Ai rives in  Nanainio Wednesdays  aud Sun
days—Leaves     Nanainio    f. 1    Ciimux
Thursdays—Lcatvs    Nanaimo   fur
New   Wcstmiusur     Saturdays
and   Mondays.
Trains leave Nanaimo for Victoria,   y.04 a.m.
 Wellington ,        12:29 *, St.
" arrive in    " from Victoria    12:20 p.m.
"     "     Wellington        8:c5-A. M.
On Saturdays an extra traia leaves Nannimo for Victoria at 1 itfi v. M. A train also
leaves Victoria for Nnnaimo, arriving heic
at 0:55 v. M. and leaves for Wellington at
10:15 P, M. .     .
—-o	
POSTAL SERYlCh.
Mails close daily for Victoria 1
and  way stations  8 a.m.
"    Arrive  12:20 a.m.
"    Close for Wellington... 1145A.M.
"    For Comox, Alberni-and p.
way stations every   Wed- 1
nesday    . uMblal.
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NANAIMO
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SHIPPING  N£WS.
NEW TO-DAY.
V. C.  0.
The steamer Walla  Wulla  sailed last
night tor San Francisco with  a  cargo of
coal.
~ The steam schooner Jeannie is loading
Ba.eball. j coal for San Francisco.
The match game oi Biiset.ull l.ctvveeii'    ~     ^.    Amel.ica    ji. finish loading
the Nanaimo Nine and .the ^"' £° > • eoal for San Francisco.
^^^R^.on/^fy^K'      The baik  John &  Uinthiop will load
Maf 26thi commencing at » p m. bii.ii p.
Notice ^beglvauJ*tJ* as***g« HSeW Ferndale, Capt.   rjughe*,
tooll^g'Vm ffSSt n'lcctivTcon: I arrived from Port Townsena last nig.,.
Spinal! kjmm Ry,
QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION
May 24th and 26th, 1889.
testaats
Nauaimo.
R.Wauon Catcher	
C. Williams PittrMl	
S. Bone Shonslop. •
T. Beveridge ist Bise
J.C. droll -'"J B:ne..
Richards !raHa^	
C. S. Bradford Left.rield.   ..
I. C. Sp«er Centr.-
B. Van Houieii Rial;" ••-,  ,
Subs-1.. F. Wail. M.Ju...»- _
The Nanaimo lioys are praSlsihg daily
and expect to be in good trim on the dav
of the match.
\ KI.I.INOTJ.N.
. K. llougla..
.. .j. RUe).
..J. Stewart.
.'..}. Parn-ll.
J. Kennedy.
.C. Manson.
... .C. Pope,
A; LongstafT.
M. Lonaslvr.
Tba Jogg-ln. Haft.
A special from St. Johns, N.
Airli
The steamer Ferndale,
arrived Irom Port Town
She took on a supply of coal for fuel and
proceeded to Texada lo load iron ore.
WEI.I.INCTIlX.
, The steamer Wilmington anived yesterday morning and went immediately
under the sautes t.i. _ Irutal ''oul fnr San
Francisco.
The ship t'ointiio.lore was hauled oil'
yesterday to make way for the Wilmington.
EAST   WCI.I.INOTON.
The bark Bnndajnerhas nearly finished
loading coal for Snn Francisco.
Victoria   and   Wellington.
Dealer in Boots and Shoes,
Wishes to announce that hi.s stock of
LADIES, CHILDRENS' AND GENTI.EMENS' BOOTS, SHOES, SUPPERS, ETC.
CHEAP X*LA.TX€t*9.
B., suya
the man who conceived the [ambus log-
gins raft, Hugh B. Robertson, lias recently returned from the Pacific Coast,
and says that it depends entirely  upon
the action of the Dominion government
whether he will build rafts in Canada or
on the Pacific elope ol the United Stales.
If the government should remove the
export duty on piling and sawn lops he
says that a company now being organised in England would build rafts in
British Columbia. In the event of llio
government deciding otherwise, the company will confine their operations to the
American coast, in Washington Territory,
Oregon, California anil Alaska.—<'olonist.
New. af (be sealer..
Gutman & Frank's sealing schooner
Lily, Capt. Riley, arrived from the west
coast yesterday with 280 skins. Capt.
Buchnam left his schooner, the Ariel, at
Barclay Sound, and was a' passenger to
Victoria on the Lily. He brought with
him the Ariel's catch of S7(i skins, and
the schooner will not return to poit before sailing for the northern ocean. The
schooner Maggie Mac was spoken a few
days ago, with upwards of 200 skins. The
Diamond was also spoken lately with 1147
skins, and the Favorite and Kate, with
about 300 each. The Kate, will return to
Victoria in a few days. The Sapphire
has just sailed for the nortli with sixteen
canoes.—Colonist.
- «•••	
Improvement..
We notice that a fence is being built at
the corner of the Wellington road near
Dr. Pneger's new residence. A fence all
along the present sidewalk would greatly
improve the aspect and safety of the
road. .
The Departure Bay roadliaa been fixed
up considerably and now persons wishing
to have a pretty drive past the Bay and
through the cross road into the Wellington rid, can do so without fear of being
jolted out while striking holes,  ruts, Ac.
That great eyesore, we mean the half-
finished boarding house on Haliburton
Street, at last stands a show of being
completed. This house has only been
year or so being buiU.
WIS  S*M"» Paaaeth all l"u>Mlrr.tuH<t-
Ing.
Our e. c. is nothing if not vague. 11 ip
meanings and jokes, are veiled by the
coating of moss that has accumulated
daring a long stationary attitude. Ho
refer* to "legitimate journalism." Well
if our e. c. represents legitimate journalism," heaven forfend that we become
legitimate journalists. Rather than so
far offend the public, let us die. Poison
is cheap.
Dear F. P. in future remember the old
saw,"Naturo abhors a vacuum." We might
say "thy wit passeth all understanding."
T*u>r Wiihed to he Circus Bleu,
Two youngsters who hud evidently
bean to the circus determined to have u
tightrope   performance  of  their   own
ITIOM   COMOX.
Isabel  arrived
Tlie Bteamer
from Coinox with fi'ei
inn   passengers—T.   ti
Paiki's, Hanson, S. (1.
son, W. Hopkins, II. (
Roberts, A. Early, J.
■lenlav
il ami the follow-j
.   Parkes,  .1.   B.
Hill,  A. Robert-
. Mi'Mniti'ie,  M. |
Verdeimo.    Con
Return tickets for u single fare, good
to return up to and including Monday,
May 27th. On the above dates the morning south-bound train will leave Wellington at 11:40 a. ta., running two hours
ahead of regular time, arriving at Victoria
:il 11 :04 a. iu.
A special north-bound train for Wellington and way stations will leave Victoria at 8:110 n, in. on Saturday 25th.
The regular north-liound train which
leaves Victoria on Sattiidays at 3:32 p. ni.
is cancelled for the Bfjtbl
In order to make room for new slock.       tJtfCAl and
'9
sei'inv bargains.
IN   THE   LITTLE   WONDER   CIGAR   STORE
Will be found the choicest brands of Cigars, Tobaccos, Cigarettes, as well hb
the finest assortment of Pipes of every variety to'ho found in the city.
J. Hy. Hilbert, Commercial Street.
WELLINGTON  &   NANAIMO,
24tb, 1889.
MAY
—A. Siuiiinciiiu}
ulinstnn, Wertbori
Her, Richardson
II. Stewarl,.!. Ji
W. Parkin,
, 10. Ihictiiu'll,
A   Horner,  D.
Hough, N.E.
.1.  I'li^lilnian ,
liiiwtlinrn-
signeeB
A. It. .1
tl.   Col
Adams,
P. Society,   II.  McAili
W. Keil.l.v, .1. Wilson anil .f
thwaile.
FOR   VICTORIA.
The steamer Isabel Balled atniidiilght
for Victoriu.
FROM    VAXCOUVKK.
The steamer  Dunsmuir arrived  fr
Vancouver last niglit.   She was  I
time and only had a few passenger
very little freight.
hove dale the train service be]
lington and  Nanaimo will   lre:
hind
Hit. A. « . Y\ l.vr, DENTIST,
Will be in this city at the Central Hotel
on Monday, Way 20th, and remain two
davs onlv." *
Before purchasing any groceries, dry
goods, jewelry or any other merchandise,
consult the advertisements in the CotmntR.
CALDWELL & LEWIS,
—thp:—
Fashionable : Tailors
Have tHe Choicest Assdrlpietit of
Foreign and  Domestic
CLOTHS ANU TWEEDS,
CLOTHS AND TWEEDS,
CLOTHS AND TWEEDS,
GENTS-
GENTS'
GENTS'
 AND	
FURNISHING
1'URNISIIING
FURNISHING
IN NANAIMO.
XLsEtt O St
GOODS.
GOODS.
OOODS.
Oi. toe
tweon W
as follows:
Leave Wellington for Nanaimo at (1:40
a. m.,   II :00 a. in. and 1:16 p.m.
Leave Nanaimo for  Wellington  12:211
p. in., 10 p. m. and 12 midnight.
May 1S-25 ,
Str Isabel
.1. IIKNDRODT
Master.
QUEEN'S    BIRTHDAV     CELEBRATION MAY 24th  AND 25th, 1889.
In connection with tlie celebration of
the Queen's Birthday, the steamer Isabel will run as follows:
itVi'ailing al all way points.
Tuesday 21st 7 a. in Victoria to Nanairu.
Wednesday 22nd 7 a. 111 Nanaimo to Comox
Thursday 23rd 7«. ni Comox lo Nanaimo
Thursday aVd u p. iu. Nanainio lo Victoria
Just Arrived!
THIS SEASON S CATCH
300 Kits, Kegs
and Half-Barrels
OOLACHANS.
A. R. JOHNSTON & CO.
May 15—1 mo
Styles anil Fits ffiiPFanteJ. IT ll
CALL    :    AND    :    SEE     :    US.  J,    fl,
CALDWELL
Commercial Street   -
LEWIS,
Nanaimo, I).
arthj-iiu
They did not think it necessary to fly low
at flrst but climbed a tree, stretched a
thin rope and with pole in hand one essayed the hazardous enterprise. Tlie consequences may be imagined. He fell hut
luckily did not break any bones. He
has rather giveu up the circus idea
lately.
 -4*.	
The Anon Oa«n>.
Alberni is greatly excited over the coming trial ol F. McQuillon for Arson. Mr.
lIcQuillon with some of his friends and
several witnesses arrived in Nauaimo
yesterday. They will go to Victoria to-day
to attend the trial which takes place at
Victoria on Monday at 11 a. m. His
friends express themselves as confident
ol bis acquittal.
Notklac   If   Not   <'lnm.lc.il.
Our e. c. scores in the classics though
slightly against himself. "The Vox
PoyuU he says. Try again, nothing
venture nothing win. Ab a superb bit of
tautology we think this will be hard to
beat.
A Duckl.iK.
Last evening a child of J. (1. Fairburn
wa* slaying at the waters edge near the
boathoute, where it slipped and fell iu.
A man passing promptly pulled the child
out who which none the worse for its
ducking.
PElBtWAU
III*. T. Wall, of Wellington, was a
passenger to Victoria yesterday.
O. C. McKen-ie, A. Smith and A. R.
Johnston went to the Capital  yesterday.
S. liough returned bv the noon train
yesterday.
F. McQuillon and A. T. Haslem, of
Alberni,.arrived lost night. Tbey will go
to Victoria to-day. .
Dr. Young, ol Ludner's Landing, is on
a visit to this city.
POLICE   COURT.
(Before J. P. Plants, S. M.)
Joseph Musgrave was called up to receive judgment in respect of the assault
committed by him on his wife, of which
he wus convicted on the 1st instant. He
was ordered to enter into recognizances
himself in $100 and one surety in $50, to
keep the peace (or twelve months. He
wa* allowed a week's time to complete
the recognisances.
a  WAhing.
The modes of death's approach are various, and statistics show conclusively that
ssore persons die from diseases of the Throat
aad Lungs than any other. It is probable
that everyone, without exception receives
vast numbers of Tuliercle Germs into thc
system and where these germs fall upon suitable soil they start into life and develop, at
first slowly and is shown by a slight tickling
sensation in the throat and if allowed to contain* their ravages they extend to the lungs
producing Consumption and to the head,
causing Catarrh. Now all is dangerous, nnd
If allowed to proceed will in time cause
death. At Ibe onset, you must act with
promptness; allowing a cold to go without
•Mention it- dangerous and may lost , .
lile. As soon as you feel that s.oi..i..Ub i
srttwg With your Throat, Lungs .■» Kelt r ls
obtain a bottle of Boschee s (Jernian Syrup.
It will give yoa immediate relief.
Jena, to undertake another journey to
tbe Arctic regions in order to make zoo-
ogical researches.
Nanaimo Land Office.
IIAWTHORNTHWAITE   &   CO.
I
FOR SALE.
EWCASTLE DISTRICT—Seven acres,
aiorcor less, very good land, Midstream
running through, close to Comox Road.
A desirable homestead, minerals Included—
$iooo.
Nevcastl*. Townsite—Lot 6S, Block 3,
$225 Terms.
Lot 43, hlock 10, $500 cash.
Lots, block 13, $1800 terms. Splendid
business site.
Lots 11 and 12, hlock (1— $1000.
Locations for residences and business sites
throughout the city.
Nine hlucks in the Syndicate Addition hi
Port Angeles. Farms in all parts of the
Province. I'M
The Mutual Life Insurance
00.
OF NEW YORK.
ti.v Largest Company i» the World.
Assets, $126,000,000.
Receipts for Year 1888, $26,000,000
Paid Policy Holders,  1888,  «14)00u,000.
General Solicitor, Josbph Rum
Contractor and Builder.
REPAIRS OFFICES.
SHOP     FITTING     A     SPECIALTY
Nan.ii.mii, P.. 0., P. 0. Pox, 189.
May 15—1 1110
FOSTER BROS.,
HOUSE, -:- SIGN
-AND	
For Shirts,
Pants,
Scarfs, Ties, Collars, Etc.,
-TO-
T.   L.   BROWNE   &   CO.,
66
VICTORIA    CRESCENT,   NANAIMO.
A Large ■election or acuta) and ilay.' l'iiriil.lilii(<.
£*•***< lood Value at Lowest Cash Prices.
»*>
New Ntork.
GRAND CLEARANCE SALE
UN ACCOUNT OF REMOVING T"
Our New Store Adjoin; Atwotfs Drug Stare,
Sale
As soon us the necessary alterations are
Now On.
completed.
Great Bargains.
L
Paper Hanging, Kalsomining, Interior Decorations, Etc., Done at
Reasonable Rates.    Post Office Box 176.
Nanaimo Saw Mill.
Haslem to Lees,
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
Rough and Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Laths and Pickets,
Doors, Windows and Blinds,
Moulding, Turning, Scroll Sawing, and all kinds of Wood Finishings.
*3*b""~AI1 orders seal  to their address at Nanaimo, B.C., will have the most
prompt  attention. Ap 2'd HASLEM & LEES.
Hudson's Bay Coy,
Have Received Ex "Mennock" and "Stowe" Full Supplies
of Liquors and Provisions and Offer the Same
for Sale at Market Prices.
LICENSE NOTICE.
Head Office
IIkistkiiman A (
Victoria, B.C.
DEW DROP
HALIBURTON       SI
for   British   Columbia
0., No. s, Bastion Street
HOTEL,
NANAIMO,
nl ( igitr*
-: Bar.
.Vill   111' 'lilijIE'tl-.t-J
Houl 1.
rmnodatii
iow prepared to furnish nrst-cliaM uc
1 for Board«raand Lodgers..   Borurd
[mi   month $*(>.<x>.
SAMUEL HAGUE.
NOTICE
In the matter of the Peoples' Steam Navigation Company   limited   liability,
And in the matter of the winding up
act.
NOTICE is hereby given thai an order
to wind up the business of the said company  was on tbe 8th clay of May instant
made by the Hon. Mr. Justice Crease and
Mr. John   Herbert Tinner lias been appointed  provisional   Liquidator  of  the
estate anil effects of the company.
DAVES A POOLEY,
Solicitors (or the Petitioner.
Dated  Victoria, 10th May, 18811.
May 12-18,
In the matter of the Peoples' Steam Navigation   Company   limited  liability,
And in the matter of the winding up
act.
NOTICE  is hereby given to Hie creditors,  contribuloiies,    shareholders,   or
members of the said company that an
application  will  he  made to u Judgeoi
the Supreme Court at the Supreme Court
House, Hastion Square, Victoria, on Wednesday, the  82nd day ot May instant, at
11 o'clock In the forenoon for the appointment of Mr. John Herbert Turner as the
sole liquidator of the estate and effect* of
the suid companv.
'  DAVIE & POOLEY,
Solicitors for the Petitioner.
Dated Victoria, 10th May, 1889.
M12-18
1I1EKE1SY GIVE NOTICE THAT AT
Ibe next sitting of the License Commissioners for the City of Nanaimo, 1
will apply for a license to Bell wines,
spirits and other fermented liquors by retail at my premises in tho City of Nannimo, the said premise* be known ns the
Nanainio Opera House.
JOHN MAHREH,
Nnnaimo, IS. C, May l'JIh, 1«8H.
1 1110 ,
MARYMONT BROS.,
1IKAI.ERS   IN
New and 'Second-Hand
GOODS.
All Kinds of Goods Bought,
Sold and Exchanged.
VICTORIA CRESCENT,
Opposite Provincial Hotel.
National Assurance Coy
Ireland,
ftrf M
Ap
AVE INTEND FOR THE FUTURE TO BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CAHII
AND WE WILL (IIVE YOU A DOLLARS WORTH
FOR A DOLLAR.
CASH   - CLOTHING   - STORE,
B. AARONSON & CO., - Commercial St., Near Bastion,
Ap27
NANAIMO,  B.C.
DELMONICO    RESTAURANT
Ota.-u.ro.Ttx Btreet, .TSTa.rtaircio, *ta. O.
H.    DEMPSEY,    Proprietor.
THIS
RESTAURANT   HAS   BF.KN  RECENTLY
FIRST-CLASS STYJ.E.
FITTED UP   IN
FURNISHED ROOMS,
SINGLE OR IN   SUITE,
ANY TIME.
CAN BE HAD AT
GOOD SAMPLE  ROOMS  IN  CONNECTION.
COAL!
THE
Vancouver Coal Mining
AND    LAND    CO.    (LIMITED.)
THE    WELL-KNOWN    NANAIMO  AND   SOUTHFIELD   STEAM,
GAS,    AND    HOUSE    COALS   ARE    MINED    ONLY    BY
THIS   COMPANY,  AT   THEIR ESPLANADE AND
SOUTH FIELD COLLERIES,  NEAR   THE
PORT   OF   NANAIMO.
OCEAN  STEAMERS AND  THE   LARGEST  DEEP-SEA  VESSELS
LOAD  AT THE COMPANY'S   WHARVES  AT  ALL
STATES OF THE TIDE  AND  RECEIVE
PROMPT  DISPATCH.
Nanaimo River, B.C.
This hotel is situated five miles from
Nanaimo, on the Nanaimo River, which
affords the finest fishing to be found on
the Island. Game of all kinds can also
he found near here.
A  Veritable Paradise for
QUE EN
s Chop and Oyster House,
Long Biidge, Nanainio, II. C.
OYSTERS   IN    EVERY    STYLE
Sportsmen.
Raw, Fj-y. Fancy Roast,
Plain Roast, Oyster Loaf,
New York Stew, Uox Stew,  Tan Roast.
FISH : GAME : AND : CHICKEN
A 1.1.   KINDS  OF   ROASTS,
ICE  :. €REAM'
Tourists and others will  find ample'
accommodation, and all tlie necessaries
and luxuries of life at the above lipid.
Louis Rowan, - •Prop'r.»n',,i'vi1  ',"1"'' '«"'   "
(j.VOjjrn ilay anil-night.    Meal!* 25 cents
id  upwards,    lioai
lay, week or month
W. H. PHIL-POTT,
Of
CAPITA!,, $1
.noo.ofMi,
ESTAIILISUED lH.'L'.
Wife   Insurance   ut   Current    Rates.
Losses adjusted and  promptly paid in
Victoria.    Agent for Nanaimo and District. JOHN M. RUDD,
At John Hubert's Furniture Store.
Aii 23-tf
P. GABLE,
Cigar:-: Manufacturer.
Bastion St.,
Nanaimo, b c.
Smoke the celebrated "Nanaimo Enterprise" cigar.
Best in the Market.
Ap 24
WANTED.
A
N ACTIVE CANVASSER, ONE WHO
is n good rustier, to solicit subscriptions   for   the   Daily   nnd   Weekly
Courier   in  Nanaimo and Wellington.
Apply at office.
RED,H(H/8E.
ALEX. MAYER   •   MAKCUS wgl.ii:.
Alex. Mayer S: Co.,,
Wholesale and Retail Dialers in GfcNSKM
n'-i-tf
Prop.
^IIUI'ATION    BllAM'll
ill' TIIK Provini
MpRCHANnlW
Ordirs   promptly   and   canfuHy delivered'
SIIH'cINO SUPPLIED AMi  SHIP: .Ml
iai. Kkcrktary'i, Dp
Victoria, May 7th,
INK! I.
N
IIURRKI)
Commercial
Street,
Nanaimo,
BTC.
oity AyxA.x*A.x^.xxvr.
Next   door    to   Hirst's   liros.,
Commercial  Street.
W. D. DEEBLE, Prop.
Conseantly on hand a full assortment of
Choice Meats and Vegetables.
Shipping supplied  at short notice..
LICENSE  NOTICE.
(HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT I
intend to apply at the Licensing Court
to be holden liefore the Board of
License Commissioners for the Municipality of the City of Nanaimo on the
second Wednesday in June, 1889, for a
license to sell wine, spirits, beer and
other fermented or intoxicating liquors
by retail, within the limits of the said
Municipality In the two-stqry building
situated on Church Street in said city,
and in Block LVII, and now used and
occupied by me as a Restaurant, and to
lie known as the "Windsor House."
HUGH DEMPSEY.
Dated May 2—May—fl—Juno 12
Logis
-   Pu
lilic School
OTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Ibe Annual Examination of candidates for certificate*ol qualification
to touch in Ihe Public Schools ofthe Province wilt be held as follows, commencing on Monday, .inly Hih, at It) a. in. :—
In Victoria   -   -
In Kamloops'-
Building.
Eaclo applicant must forward a notice,
thirty days before UieKxiuniiiation,stating the class and grade of certificate for
which lie will be a candidate, and the
place at which he will attend.
8, D. POPE,
Superintendent of Eduoetion.
May 11—lmo
J. BENDRODT
Master.
Oh ami After Monday Next, April 15111,
The steamer Isabel will run a*s follow*
railing at way ports:
Monday, i?, noon Victoria lo Nanainio
Tuesday, fi.ta. '.... Nanaimo to Comox
Wednesday, 7 a.m. Comox to Nanaimo
Thursday, 7 a.m...'. Nanaimo to Como
Friday, 7 a.m Comox to Nansimo
Saturday, 7 a.m Nanaimo to Victoria
For Freight   nnd   Passage apply on board.
Mat
Freigh
1—tf
This is Hilbert's "ad" and Don't
You Forget It.
VAN00UVEB  FURNITURE  WAREHOUSE  STILL  AT  THE FROHT.
Goods sold 1111 the Installment  plan.    Wc m'rrj a full Tine of lfotiBO Furnishing
Hoods,  Linoleums, Carpets and Parlor BiHtTooin Suit*, made to order in
style, color or pattern.   We keep the largest Btoek of Wall Paper
of any House in tlie city.    AH our Upholstering done on
premises.    Childreiis' Carriages, Crockery,
t ilassw are, China Electhi-pltited ware
Table Cutlery.
i.y 11
tin-
'   ■ ,i< ' » . t -^     M^B Ir ■ —■
AGENT  FOR THE GENUINE  SINGER  SEWING i MACHINE.
Parties wishing a general outfit of Furnitu**,,will do well by.examining my stock
liefore buying elsewhere. Also ths best equipped undertaking establishment
this side of Snn Francisco, and D\gi only embulmer in the citjf. Note the
address and don't you forget it.
Bastion, Front and Wharf Streets, Nanaimo.
J. Hilbert,     -     ■     Proprietor,
-IMPORTER
Stoves,
Grates, Ranges, Pum^S* IjbwJ; Pipes, 3inc, and
General Hardware.
Manufacturer of Tin, Copper, Zinc and  Sheet-iron   Warp.    •IJfMetal   Roofing
and Repairing.    A full line of Hardware of nil description constantly
in stock at bottom juices.    A call solicited.
"Walter Wilson, - Commercial St.
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