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NANAIMO,   B. C, THURSDAY.   MARCH    14th,    1889.
DELMONICO    RESTAURANT,
Ola.-u.roli Street, Naxxalxxxo, 3B. O.     I
LEGISLATURE.   E10PEAN NEWS,   UNITED STATES NEWS)  IS IT TASCOH?
DEMPSEY & PARROTT, Proprietors.
THIS   RESTAURANT   HAS   BEEN  RECENTLY   FITTED UP   IN
FIRST-GLASS .STYLE.
I     FURNISHED ROOMS, SINGLE OR IN   SUITE, CAN BE HAD AT
ANY TIME.
GOOD  SAMPLE  K/'lOMS  IN CONNECTION.
Peg Top Cigar
jeVttexxtl<3Xi,  Smols.er8 !
ft ciiaM i'i i tip
— **. ^»—1—
The growing popularity of this splendid CIGAR fully bears out Ihe
statement of the manufacturer, who says,
I "This is the Finest Cigar in the  Market."
I No one who has once  used tin in  will  use any Other.    It sells
on its merits, and  is  now  used  throughout Ihe  Bwninion of
Canada.    For   QUALITY,   PL KIT Y AND  FLAVOR the
PEG TOP CIGAR,   For sale by
I Simon Leiser,   Victoria,   B. C
I FOR    S A L E
Two Million Bricks
BY   THE
PIONEER   STEAM   BRICK   YARD.
COUGHLAN   &   MASON   Proprietors, VICTORIA,   B.   C.
Post Office Box 110.
Johnston & Co.
FOR    SALE
American and Canadian
Im anfl Steel-cut Nails
■PRESSED' BRICK     AND   SAANICH    AND    SAN    JUAN    LIME,
JOHNSTON & CO.S
COAL!
THS>
Vancouver Coal Mining
The Legislature Assembly mel on Tuck  M",,
day at 2:1B p.m. u±1
the petition of \V. A.   Robertson and '
others re the protection of blacksmiths and
carriage makers in Ihe province was read
I by lh» clerk.
Mr. Heaven, in tho absence of the meiu-
I ber for Cassiar, who presented the petition, moved that it he received and printed.   Carried.
Mr. Grant presented a majority ami
minority report from the select committee appointed to examine into Ihe action
of the i-ovi'inmenl in the development of
ihe quartz mining industry in British Coir
umbla, with the evidence attached.
The majority report, signed by Higgihfi
Mason and Baker, endorsed tlie action of
the government as being wise, and in accordance with the expressed wishes of the
majority of the residents of Cariboo.
The minority report, signed hydrant
and Heaven, condemned certain actions
of the goeernnieiit.
Mr. Bole, on leave being granted, introduced "An Act lo amend the County
Courts Act."
The bill was read for the first time.
Mr. Orr moved that a select committed
he appointed for the purpose of enquiring
into Ihe manner of letting contracts for
bridges and other public works. Said
committee to consist of Messrs. Senilin,
Martin, Allen. Mason and the mover,
with power to call for persons, hooks,
papers, tenders, plans and specifications,
ore., and to report to this Mouse.
The hon. mover said that he had been
lead 10 introduce his resolution by thi
dissatisfaction existing among contractors]
Willi (lie present system of letting contracts.
After considerable discussion on thai
resolution it was passed.
Mr. Tolmie moved (he second reading
of tue bill to amend the "Game Protection Mill" in order the better to protect
pheasant and deer. 1
The hill was read the second time and
the House went into committee, with .Mr.
Mason in the chair, and committee rose
and reported progress and asked leave lo
sel again,
Mr. Higgins gave notice that he would
move "That in the opinion ofthe House
it is desirable for the government to take
steps during Ihe recess that will insure
the extension of the Esquitnalt-Nanaimo
railway from Comox to some convenient
point or harbor on the northern part oi
Vancouver Island.
■  Parnell   Receives  an
Ovation in St, James'
Hall, London,
FEOM  AN   IMMENSE    AUDIENCE.
Ho Does Not Have Much to Say. and
Will Reserve Himself for
the Witness Box.
HONOR ro PABNBI.b.
London, March 13.—St. James' Hull
was filled to Overflowing to-night on the
occasion of a long expected reception to
I'arnell, in recognition of the return to
popular esteem which tbe now exploded
accusations of the Times robbed bim.
The hull was profusely decorated with
Hags, flowers, etc. John Morley presided, and upon taking Ihe chair, delivered
an earnest and eloquent speech. The absence of Gladstone, he said, was greatly
regretted by all, hut he was assured, and
in return would assure bis audience, thai
Ihe great leader of the Liberals would  he
THIS AND THAT.
"We must have a class of men between
the laity and the ministry," said Mr.
Moody recently. "Mure, aud we have
them already," wus the comment ofa
witty Irishman. "They are the women,"
Clod bless them."
Josef Gung'l, the famous Hungarian
composer of dance music, who died the
other day at Weimar, att'ie age of 78
years, was the son of a stocking-weaver,
and was himself a school teacher. Then
he became a bandmaster iu the Austrian
army.
"Well, that heals all! Under the impression thai Midler was after one ol my
six daughters. I have had him to dinner
every day and treated him to the best of
everything my kitchen could afford, and
now the fellow goes and marries my
'.-ook."
Heir Mangier (introducing to his family
ids second wife, a lady of 40)—Coine here,
children, and kiss this lady. She is Ihe
new mamma 1 promised to bring you."
Little Karl (hesitates and whispers to his
father)-—"Papa, you have been done this
time—she isn't a bit new."
She—"And when wo get married, Charlie, we will have such a dear little home
of our own." He—"Yes, darling." She
—"And I will have no waste iu the house,
you know." He—"Vou could hardly
have less than you have now, pet." [Anil
probably, for future comparison, be proceeded to take its measurement with his
arm.]
Mr. Dunncll—"You'll pardon me for
taking advantage of a secluded corner, my
dear Miss Bristoe, but I want to ask you
a question." Miss Ilristoe—"T-this ii
so sudden!" Mr. Dunnell—"I know I'm
a bit abrupt, but 1 want to enquire as to
the best time to find your father at home,
lie owes our linn for that last block of
stock, you know."
Sadie—"Do you expect to observe l.enl
Mamie?" Mamie—"Oh, yes indeed. And
Vox getting tho sweetest Lenten costume
made you over set your eyes on. It is lo
be trimmed with Ihe loveliest latest style
fringe, and—and—And isn't it a shamo
thai l-'iit lasts only—onlv— How many
weeks are there in Lent, unvwav, Sadie'.1''
 ■—i . >    ■—
Ol It ANCESTORS.
present, were  it  not for the fact that In
had been earnestly  sought and prevailed
upon by friends to spare himsalf for another occasion, when Ihe cause of Ireland
would he advoealed   before a body competent to take action on  the questions In
presented.      Gladstone   would   not,    In
said,   spare  himself   of   his own  frei '
will,  because    he   sees    that  the  time
is     fast     coming     when     wo    will
surely get to the bottom   of   these  Iris!
proceedings. Whatever form the rule may 1
ake it must rest upon the foundation oil
mutual respect nnd good will. He severely
censured the entire course of   the Tim is
against Mr, Parnell and biscolleaauesand j
rejoiced in the downfall of the fabric  il j
hud reared. Parnell in rising lo speak was
greeted with perfect bedlam of applause,
the ovation lasting manv minutes, I le was |
sure, be said, his countrymen in Ireland.
Australia and America would be eqnall)
.filed on hearing of his reception to-night 1
vL'e hud, however, not much   to   sav am
would reserve his last words on the   vital
subject for the witness box and house   of
commons.    The  proceedings   before the
commission   had     involved    scandalous
waste of money.
AMERICAN      BASE-BALL ERS    ENTI'RTAINI t>.
London,   March    13.—Members  of   the
visiting American baseball teams were driven
this afternoon to the parliament buildings in
two four horse coaches.    The police stopped
them nt the gates hut a short explanation ami
an   exhibition   of   the   speaker'*   invitation
sufficed  to allow them to pass,     Mr. White,
secreiary ofthe American legation antl lie.
sneaker's secretary showed the players about
!'lie houses of commons and  lords and took
I them down into the crypt.    After making a
lour  of the buildings the  players were taken
the visitors'gallery of ihe house of commons
i where ihey  heard Ssr William tfarcourt and
j elher members speak.    The Dean of West-
I minster has invited the teams to a special service to he held   at   Westminster   Abbey on
Sunday.    Secretary White has applied to the
royal master ofthe horse, the Duke of Portland  for a speoial permit ft>r the players lo
visit the   Queen's   stables.      The  men  are
greatiy amused by the sights of Loudon and
express themselves as highly delighted.
ox A SPECIAL .mission.
London, March 18.—While it is presumed in London that the visit of Sir I
Edward B. Malet, British Ambassador at
Berlin to England is due to family ullilia-
lion, at least so it has been given out.
It is asserted in Berlin that he is the medium ofa secret communication from Bis*
march lo Lord Salisbury on the subject of |
forming an alliance between Germany
and Great Britain. Color is lenl to the
truth of this report by the fuel that Sir
Edward held un extended conference
with Lord Salisbury this afternoon, instead of devoting himself lo family mailers, as he would naturally do if the reasons assigned for his visit were true.
AND   LAND   CO.   (LIMITED.)
THE   WELL-KNOWN   NANAIMO  AND  SOUTHFIEI.D   STEAM,
GAS,   AND    HOUSE   COALS   ARE   MINED   ONLY   BY
THIS   COMPANY, AT   THEIR ESPLANADE AND
SOUTH FIELD COI.l.ERIES,  NEAR   THE
PORT   OF   NANAIMO.
1'OCEAN STEAMERS AND THE   LARGEST  DEEP-SEA  VESSELS
•J LOAD  AT   THE  COMPANY'S   WHARVES  AT  ALL
STATES OF   THE TIDE AND   RECEIVE
PROMPT IDISPATCH.
Every in an has two parents, four grandparents, eight great-grand-parenls, sixteen
great-great-grand -parents, thirty-two-gre.u-
great-great-grund parents, and so 0 n for
quantity. Reckoning twenty-live years to
a generation, and carrying on this line ol
calculation to the time of William tke Conqueror of England, it will be found that each
person now living in Cincinnati inusl h»ve al
thai time even Ihe enormous number of 3:,-
000,000 of ancestor.- Make the usual
allowance for crossing, or inter-marrying of
families in a genealogical line, and for the
same persons being In many of the intersections ofthe family tree, still there remain
a number ut ihis perioct even to cover the
whole Norman ana Anglo-Saxon race. What,
therefore, might have been pious, princely,
kingly, or aristocratic, Stan I side by side in thi
line wilh the mosl ignoble, plebeian, or democratic. Each man to-day mav be certain
i>f having had not only barons and esquires,
rowned beads, dukes, princes,  bishops,
.HIUKSTF.il    Foil    A   POTTY   OITKNCi:
London, March 18.—II has transpired
dial Drive Muster Henk, Ihe Instructor of
the Crown Prince of Prussia, who was ar-
reBted a few days ago while his company
was drawn up in line, was taken in custody for not reporting a petty offence for
punishment, which orient's the Emperor
witnessed,
COPPER MINES WILL    sill T DOWN.
London,   March    18.—The    Chronicle
says that it learns the mines   have agreed
to cease their deliveries of copper for four
months.
olltNiilVe   lifr   !'..,(      f| (,:,
N'ew York, March 13.—Al a mi e
the directors «f the   Chica
nnd St. 1 'mil Railway company
n wa 1 ndopti
fls al yen- go as to end J in
of !  Slat.   The divider.! ..
elared of ::' pi r Bhgro on pn 'erred
paid April 2«th to   holders  ol   1   nrd   on
April ll th:   This action con
dons ol ci 0 stoi U to i" I rrerl utoa ..
Preferred stock  Is entitled to seven  -   -
eenl per annum before coi n • 1  ■       i
anythiug.   If Ihe dividend ol I;:-1
■ of L"., per eenl on common is cl
earnings of the preceding   war    •
dividend of lasl September 1   :.'. 1
' is charged to earnings of 1888, then   1 per
eenl will have to   be   paid   , :.   pi
J stock next fall in order to entitle coi
j stock to receive a dividend. Or -if : • ,   pel
cent dividends of September and  pn sen'
I two per cent dividend should bo 11 Iculat-
j ed in the year ending June   80th,   1889,
then common stock could receive nothing
until preferred stock hud  received  seven
per cent In the year ending due     I
Is,1). it was not believed before the meeting that any dividend would ho declared,
hut the extension of tbe fiscal  yr.v  made
one possible. No other business was transacted and as expected the resignation of
the Western directors was nol rcceivi d.
SUPPOSES To III! IN  MEXICO,
Chicago, March 13.—Alfred  t'o  .  1'; 0
for n long lime run a freight claim bureau
in the home insurance budding lefl  Chicago on February 16th.    lie i
to ho in Mexico.   Some of his 1
ances claim he left to avoid trou
tbnt his freight claim buetnuwi
hut a  gigantic  bubble.    Deputy !
Burke,who levied on some of tho rti
to satisfy the judgements of his
is under the impression that his liabilities
will reach the sum of $200,00 I. T : I ■:-
i-caii which Post ran had among il stoi k-
holders some of the w-ealthiesl men in
1 Ihieago.   Post is also : [en
ure] manager of theaul ting
Turbular Axle Compel
APPEAL    F.Nr  1   ID.
Washington, March   13 -1
court of claims allowed Colonel John 8.
Moshy $14,0 it) for fees collected by him
while Consul lo Hong Kong, lint turned
into the treasury instead nf being retained. He came here a few days ago to collect the amount but found to his surprise
an appeal bad been taken by the State
department, Time allowed for an appeal
in tl lis kind of case is ninety days and the
State department took an appeal just
when eighty-seven days had expired. The
claim now goes on the Supreme court
docket and il will probably he several
j ears before it can be reached.
DEATH OF A   OESPEU 1D0.
Hum River Camp, Minn..  March 13.—
Louis White, generally known       "C irl;
Bill,"   tlie terror of the pine  re ions of
Minnesota, was instantly killed, yest 1
afternoon by   Charles   Hayden.    [11   ;
noon mail   Hayden   received   a   cabinet
photograph of his wife and two  ehil
and the loggers gathered  aboul   hi
lookatit.    While attacked  the woman's
1 haracler and a quarrel ensued en
a rough and tumble fight,   I laydi
ing oil' victor. After the fight White wen
to   1.is room   and reluming   with an  ..
rushed al  Hayden, who drew  a revo
and shol the bully through the heart.
MAKING  APP0IN1 MSNTS.
Chicago, March ]3.—A News special
from Bismarck, North Dakota, savs Governor Church busied himself all day .yesterday in anticipation of his retirement
from office in removing officials and appointing u^ their places his favorites.
Many of these appointments read "from
date lid the end of the icxt Legislative
Council." Governor Church bases his action on the tenure of the office act.
NOMINATIONS MADE.
Washington. March 13.—The President
sent to  the Senate to-day the following
nominations:   Eugene Schuyler, ol New
York, to be he   Assistant  Secretary of
State, vice  1leorge   L.   Rivers,
Walker Blaine, of Maine, to be 1   .
of Claims for the Department ol
Cyrus Bussey, of  New   Y    '■■   Citv    0
Assistant Secretary of the Intel
David L. Hawkins, resigned.
[-Afil'S ABOUT THK S IVl .
Anchors were invent..1 1 . il : cans,
The  second   tooth,  or   ,: n by
Anacharsis 502 B, 1 .
Chain cables were intr -
aboul iSu.    Rop,
invented  by Rich
Compasses*  are said I
to the Chinese  [ 115 B. C, .11
to Europe by .Marco Polo, .      gnetinn,   136a
A. I).
Copper sheathing was lirsi applied to the ,
bottom of vessels in 17**1, ivhen theEnglish
naval vessel Alanu wasst sheathed at Wool-}
k Man .Answering the De-
iption of the Mur-
irer of Snell
EEDAY AFTERNOON.
His Uane ns Oharles Palmer,
E rnanded Until
a-turday,
but
barristers, physicians and so on among
ancestors. If he hasn't a crest lo-day it isn't
ihefault of his ancestors, lull the fault ofthe
record.
RKJKCTED,
London, March Id. —In Ihr   Commons
today the ''political prisoners" bill Introduced by Thomas O'Connor  was rejected
by a vote of 250 to 198.
wissman's MASK i*f operations.
Berlin,Mareh 18.-CaptainWissman will
make Dar-Es-Sulaam  his base of operations.    He will try to retake   Languid Sa-
adonie, Hiiguinoyu, Milwa and l.indi from
Arabs.
don't want opposition,
Paris, March 111.—The cabinet has decided not to create a ministry of the colonies. The government does not wish to
encounter the opposition of the Botilan-
gists.
Admiral, derived   from the Greek almyros.
The title wss adopted in England afeoiu
1300, bui was previously in ns- in France,
the French admiral be ng appointed a 1011I
12S4.
Capstans have been usedfrorn the earliest
limes .is a mechanical ps,w 1. h was in use
by [he English, French and Spanish os earl)
a the Fifteenth century, and die diem capstan, in neurit itspresenl form, was invented
by Sir Thomas Morelond, in 1661.
Great guns were introduced 'into lighting
ships in 1405.      Al   lirst   a   few cannons oi
1 Met pieces of ordnance were mount
deck of the galley en barbette, I ibefii
the sides, which were very Iww.      S..;
the lop sides were raised and porl b ,1
1 ut through them.
A man who ia supposed to answer the
description of Tascott   the  murderer of
Amos J. Snell, Ihe   Chicago   millionaire,
! who was murdered in that city in Febru-
ry of lasl year was arrested by Defective
Dnnstan of Victoriaand Officer O'Connell
■ 1   Onlay afternoon.   The man gave   his
name as Charles Palmer and stated, when
arrested, that he   was   a   compositor  by
ccupation.    It .seemsthat Palmer, as lie
culls himself boarded th* train  at Gold-
tream yesterday morning and  was ex-
uiely reserved nnd quiet.   The report
lial hewn  drinking heavily is unfounded
1 on Ihe way up, it is said he only took
'■ ro drinks.    When the train arrived  in
city, and ! efore i: bad stopped,  1'al-
11 or leaped from the train and Immediately started down town and proceeded to a
ouse, where he engaged n boatman
to row him across to Gabriola Island tell-
ing the boatman thai he was hunted and
lied toes ape.   Rain coming on Glas-
' ie the boatman, refused to row over to
the island and Palmer repaired totlieBrit-
liotel called for lunch, which lie ate
; nd tl en proci eded to change ids clothes.
wulked around town,  made
puri liases    and   returned
1   dii lo thi   I otel,   Stopping  there but
sborl      lime     ho     proceeded    to
I.     N.    L.    lively     stables    and
olfered the  proprietor twenty  dollars to
drive him out of town.   But" just at thia
time the  officers, whose   suspicions had
been aroused   bv tho man's  peculiar actions,   arrested him   and carried   him Ir,
th • lock-up, where, as already  stated he
cave his   name as Charles   Palmer,  and
sod thai hewasa  compositor and that
Westminster, England, was his home. It
is said thai tlie man arreBted answers the
description of  Tascotl fairly   well.   Tas-
eott was  described in ihe   circulars sent
out as in ing 22 years   of age, 5 ft. 8 in. In
it, slim build, full round  face, heavy
eyebrows, lighl brown hair,   Ihin on top,
uir complexion,   blue or hazel   eyes ami
had his upper front 0 nth filled with gold.
! lion alsosta ea  thai bis nppci
lip was] ici     ind that lie Lad a scar
is n    t hip from ol   wound,
and thai ho also had ■■■ ars 0 1 both ankles
1 tig a ball and chain during Ids
in in   prisi 11   for  burglary,   now over
■ Fears  ago.   An  examination of the
prisoner it s slated, revealed scars corresponding to those which Tascotl is said lo
n   lorne. When arrested he was some-
xcited hut made-no statement, not
even   denying that   he  was   the  much
-   ight-for fugitive  from justice;  but as
"Tascott"  has   been   arrested so   many
limes all   over this   continent,   from the
Atlantic to the Pacific and from the Great
lakes lo the Hull of Mexico, tlie public will
wish indubitable evidence as to whether
the man is the only original Tascott or not.
If was reported a day or two ago that this
man was in Victoria, and  that a car load
of American detectives had arrived there,
hot on his trail, but not   finding their
quarry,  they  took   tho  steamer for San
Erancisco.   Bui it seems that these sleuth
hounds were nt fault, and with all their
cunningucsa and ability in scenting the
..■ they haw  been  toiled, and now
iou ido rests securely within
pi:  111 bars ' I our  own city hostile,
then il mi    not he   Casi ott, and if it
in : tl a publ    1 re assured thai  ii is
no otln r man : and if not the man he
is supposed to I     he willprobably have
no trouble in p oving thai he is somebody
else.    I'loio   ihe  man's  actions   il niijjii
he reasonably supposed thai he Is insane,
ami  th ■   -i  I   also   be  determined, no
donb!, wh examination   comes up,
w hich will be on Bat tr lay next. U all
events, be h who u ho may. Officers
11 and O'Co un ii. « ho arrested
credit it their shrewdness
. . In which the cap-
pu mliar actions of
the man being enough to arouse the suspicious ol the officers of the law. Conductor Black, of tiie Ii. & N. Ii.
Ii.. also had noticed the mini
as he came upon the train, and
had given the officers a quiel tip to be on
(lie look oul for the man described, and
should il transpire that the bird has been
ci 1.1. lie it iii be entitled lo a share of
tho credit. The man Palmer as he calls
himself is rather prepossessin ; in appearance, welbdresscd and does nol bear any
outward evidence of dissipation. When
searched he had on his person $10,611 in
money, besides several ether articl s,
Tho reward oiiered (or the arrest of Tascott ia |10,000.
Captain is said lo be derived from theeail-
ern military term katapan, meaning "ever
everything," Lui the term capitan* was iu
use among the Italians nearly 200 years before B.isillius II appointed his katapan of
Apulia and Colobtia, A. 11. 0S.1.
Subscribers
whodonotrecoivepaparB regularly through
the carriers will coiner a favor by reporting the same to the office al once. Subscribers taking the paper in (be city are
requested to at once notify the qfflce of
any changes in their iu)i" irk.
GOLD CRAZE.
The eiiies of California are slniosl
tied ami everybody  rushing to  1
Eldorado beyond Snsenada. P01 map and
description of themineral region n
California consult   the 8TANDAKI) A I'-
l..\s.   Sold  onlv by   B,   I s.   Central
Mold. «
SHIPHNti NEWS.
The steamer Robert Dunsmuir, dipt.
e . ... an ived yohtcrduy from New
V. estminster.
The steamer Ferndalo, Capt. Hughes,
arrived yesl 11 !a; uvi nin from Porl
fownsend and lefl for Texntln for a cargo
of iron ore.
Tlie steamer Idaho arrived yeaterdny
nolo the north for orders and lefl for Porl
Co   11 end.
The Steamer Muriel arrived last evening
■ Bin Texada with passengers, and lefl for
■ ancouver this morning. -: COURIER
AN  INDEPENDENT NEWS: 1 f-rIF
llemen, something very extraordinary is
toina to happen, and shortly, too.' He
was asked why. 'I'nn'l know,' he re-
pli-jd, 'but I have had the same dream
hiee times; once before Bull Bun, once
APPLICATION.
Thurailny. IWarrti lllli. 1880
Mr. James O'Neil is authorized on le
half of the Nanaimo Cotmncn ti
canvass for subscriptions, advertising, re
eeive payments and give receipts [or tin
Sana ill the city of Victoria,
Mil. John CUBBIE is aullinrized on behalf of ihe Nanaimo Courirh to
canvass for subscriptions, receive payments and give receipts for tlie same in
Wellington.
THE MINT) MYSTERY.
Tlie popular interest in these pecnliai
mental phenomena involving thought
transference nnd the communication of
mental impressions independent of tin
sense is now very great, The literature
on the subject is voluminous and it has
added to London's learned societies, one
devoted solely to its investigation. The
result of the careful study of intellectual
men has been to remove tlie study from
the realm nf tlie supernatural, where il
had been left by ignorant and casual ob-
servalion. and range it with these purely
normal phenomena, which are so subtle
as to have defied exact and scientific analysis. Dr- Henry S. Drayton, an eminent authority in the field of mind study,
in a re-cent lecture spoke very interestingly of this and allied phenomena. The
extraordinary development ef tlie power
of delicate perception, he said, has been
described by Sir William Thompson as
the sixth sense, but this classification
may be disputed or widened so as to embrace the power, always mysterious,
which has been given to lnanv persons to
witness visions. There are numerous examples of the special culture of the senses, for instance, that of the worker ofthe
textile materials, the heater of metals, the
Indian scout, who knows the description
of the man who stole his deer simply from
ordinary evidence which he left behind,
of the tea taster, whose delicate taste is so
refined that he can distinguish and properly classify one hundred varieties of the
leaf.
Dr. Drayton instanced the ease of deaf,
blind and dumb Laura Bridreman, whose
power of touch and ability to absorb intellectual refinement is only through this
source. He told of the enormous vibration necessary for the perception of color.
It is more than probable the time will
come when a man's sensuous qualities
will become so delicate that he will he
able to see and hear better than we can
conceive at present.
Thompson, in defining hypnotism as the
sixth sense, at least indicated his appreciation of the importance of this transference of will. The doctor mentioned the
recents experiments by a committee of
physicians of the University of Paris and
declared that they had demonstrated its
power, particularly iu one phase—that of
carrying out the will of the operator by
the subject after the trance state has passed. This opens broad possibilities of
moral influences which may be exerted
for good or evil. He instanced the case
of the gendarme who was Instructed in
his trance to leave the lecture room upon
reviving and go into the garden and stab
a man with a wooden spatula. The gendarme stabbed a tree in the exact location
described, and then manifested all the
remorse of a murderer.
Concerning the influence of one mind
upon another when ciroum stances are equal
the lecturer said: 'It has been experienced very often by many persons that
after intense er particularly serious
thought of some friend tbe door of one's
study has opened and the friend actually
appeared. Sometimes one has a strong
longing for the presence ol" another person. In a day or so he comes to you and
says: 'Did you want me? On such and
such a day I thought I heard you call my
name.' Two persons may unquestionably, and yery often do, place themselves
in perfect accord in this way, being able
to absorb one another's thoughts without
utterance. Tlie London Society for Psychical Research has experimented with
this thought-absorption."
He instanced a case where a series of
the  most conventional  drawings   were
made in a room where the subject (a lady)'
was sitting.   The operator, fixing in his
mind the form of  one »! these drawings-,
would enter the   room, stand behind the
subject, and without any exchange the
latter could within a sharttime reproduce I
the form, though she hud never seen it.
"In India the secret mail,  Dr. Dhavton '
went on, "has always been a mystery to
Europeans.   During the mutiny the sepoys were constantly receiving tlie most 1
important secrets of the English, with little doubt by means of this transference of
ideas.   The American Indian, ino,  has
much the same power of  making one of
his race afar oil' think as he desires him
to do.  This power he culls by the general
term of medicine.
"Many say that we have the sixth sense
in intuition. How many persons have
been withheld from journeys which, hud
they undertaken them, would have meant
certain death. How many have preserved
other persons' lives by this same strange
feeling! Prof. Pboctob frequently related
an anecdote nf Abraham Lincoln's dream
just before the assassination. It was r.t
the Cabinet meeting the day before lie
fat il shot was fired.  Lincoln said: "(ien-
The Municipal  Council invite applications
up to Monday nth lost, for the performance
uf certain duties in connection with the a
sessor's office.
Particulars  may  lie had on application 10
Is fore another disastrous battle nnd again  tnt. city Clerk.
lust night.   When asked its character he     Persons applying will please state the sum
Laid:  'Well. I am on a great  river, and I \ 'hey require as remuneration.
.     .      , ■,-       ,,:f.     ,,..,.    ,..      Thelowcstor any  application not neccs-
| ,„. ma boat adrift-adrift.   But tins te „„ly ,rf. "   s  GOUGH,
not business.'    Next  night   lie was shot. ' M. 6 to City Clerk.
<>ne slop nnd we are  brought Into what
may be called  Ihe  post-mortem  stage nf ir<_»    J-t.Ii«.rAI .T,
j human vision.    We arc continually read-      A. house of ten  rooms pleasantly situated
i ing ami hearing of the appearance of cer- on the Esplafnnde, well furnished throughout
tain forms—of dying friends and  of  per-' wilh ^xcellanl water on the premises  and a
sons long dead."
* W. R. ROBERTS,
"| Watch Maker & Jeweler,
NORTH WELLINGTON
GARESCHE   GREEN & CO.,]
Government Street - - Victoria, B. |
Deposits lieceived in Gold, Silver and U. S. Currency.   Interest pnid on the sa]
on time deposits.
Gold Dust and U. E. Currency purchased at highest market rates. ■
ty Sight Draffs and Telegraphic Transfers on Kan Francisco, New York al
Canada. I
Kxeliiinge ou London available in all parts of Europe, England,  Ireland aj
Scotland.
boat house attached.
There   is  also   in   connection with these
Dr.   Dittvi  v  then  spoke of the pin-   premises  .,  very  line orchard wilh all ihe
Opposite Railroad Station.
Watches and )eweiry bought, told and repaired,     i
POODLE DOG RESTAURANT j
'' Letters of Credit issued ou the principal Cities of the Cuited States, Canada al
P. Jamieson. Pi-otj. ' Eim,pc- _ l
tm- Agents for Wells, Fargc & Co. -«3
imieson, Prop.
iioinenii related in tlie Ik
Will lease for a term of
M l  tf
if I'r. Ci.ahkk | staple native fruits
I of Boston and Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes' »'*oriwelve months.
.   ,., ,     Apply nt( ourikR Office,
i indorsement ol them, and  gave   some  of
| the results of tlie work of the Society for    N,,';i 11 til lllO'A'^nilOOlTVOl'
] Psychical Research and  then declared:        a. r|Vx;uln   TlOure-
' "Modem spiiilu.-lisin   is u thing of tinsel. -. ''1111111
deception  aud  unbelief;   but,   however. Sl'^'HlllM" I       \    M
thismay  be, when  the   London   Society "UUIII1U Ml HILL.
set about collecting evidences of psvohi-     ThU «teamtr will make regul
1   •   _        ii.min.. Vancouver and texada.
cal phenomena It was overwhelmed with   ,r other information apnlyto
the great  number of  loiters.    In   John
Hopkins'  University at  Baltimore they
consider this matter seriously and study I fr;   ^VT     "Y.A.R'WOODi
it as a science. They use children as sul -
jects, for they believe that the results
from such a source are more likely lo he
free from extraneous influences."
Dr. Drayton believes that persons who
arc inconvertible skeptics in regard to
this matter of psychical phenomena
should confine themselves to physical re-
Oysters,   Cakes, Jellies,  Ice  ("ream,   Blanc
Mange, Ac,    The orly White Labor
Restaurant in Town.    Meals
from  25 cdnts up.
TENDERS
artlciilon
Will  lie received  Up to the 3<ith of March for the
erection  of a two-Hory house.      Plans ami specifics-
■ii :u ihe-   Corporative   Store.   For
iapply lo Thomas Hardy, Prideaux
5V"»
fUtehnpusMH   ANV PERS0N WISHING TEAMING DONE
B    •'        B      *"*    in any part of the cily can have the same done
by calllngjon
BRITISH COLUMBIA STEAM BAKER]
NESBITT, DICKSON & CO.. Proprietors,
TORT  STREET,       -      •       -      ABOVE  DOUaLt&El|
Tl'M  libit
Agent,   Nnnai
i. ttppett,
At|Nicol street, adjolnlugltlie lot of Dave Jenner.
Feb 54-lf
Solicitor of the High Court, Ontario,
—Axn—
NOTARY PUBLIC TOR BRITIH COLUMBIA,
search and not interfere with the men
who are engaged in the investigation of I
the mystery which still surrounds hypnofc-1street' Nanaimo.
ism and ils furthest development
Office in Smith's Building, Commercial I
Canadian Pacific Naraation  Co.
[LIMITED]
TIME   TABLE   No.   io.
TAKING EFFECT[FEBRUARY:ir,t, 1889.
j HURRARD INJ.ET ROUTE.
' VICTORIA  TO Vanci
Arrowroot, ,',  '■'
Assorted Jumbles,     ,,   '
Assorted Tlngers,      <
Abernetliy,
Cabin, -
Coffee Cake,
Cheese Biscuits,
Currant Tope,
Ginger Snaps,
Graham Wafers.
Ginger Cake,
Family Pilot.
Fancy Mixed.
Fruit Blser,
Iced Clnger Bread.
Iced Sultana.
Lemon Snaps,
Lemon Biscuit,
New York Snaps.
Oat Meal,
Pilot.
Perkins,
Rich Mixed,
Soda Cracker*,
Seed Biscuit,
Sugar Crackers,
Spice Jumbles,
Sugar Cooicies,
Sultana Biscuit,
Vanilla Cream,
Wine,
Etc., Etc.
EDITORIAL   NOTES.
Tim; evening paper posing ns 11 friend of
the "laboring man" is somewhat ridiculous. When was il the friend of the
"laboring man?" If report betrueil has
always been friendly to tho party which
could show the greatest number ofpetun- j
iary inducements to itself. The "laboring
men" should not he deceived With its J
present solicitude for their welfare.
 liver and   Moodyville  dai'y
except Monday, at 4 o'clock.
11    un    n IJ  O   Hz*      1 VANCOUVER TO Victoria, daily, except Monday,
Russell McDonald & Lo., ■ susjsa*or bn ,,,c arrival °""cC-k
PUOET SOUND ROUTE
Price List Furnished. Orders promptly attended to.  Ask your drool
r NESBITT, DICKSON & CO.'S Biscuits. 1
GENERAL    DEALERS
A NO
Auctioneers
COMMERCIAL   ST,
NANAIMO.
According to the dictum of one of our
worthy   aldermen   "strangers" arc nol
wanted in this city.   Who is the stranger j
anyway within the gates?   If a man can I Sell  in  the regular way al Roclt-Pottom
Trices nnd at the
satisfactorlaly  discharge his duties mid
give the necessary security for the faith-1
iul performance of them   does  it follow j gaturf]ay Mght AllCtion Sale
because he is a  stranger" he must bo ex-1 ""* J      o
eluded, and denied the prerogative of
every citizen?. Surely this Is exclusion
with a reiijjence. It, too, is absurd, this
idsa of a man having to reside for a long
length of lime in any city, before he can
he looked upon as a citizen and entitled to
his rights as such. II is narrow-minded.
Ill-liberal and selfish to a degree. But fortunately this feeling against strangers is
fast dying out, a new element will assert
Itsself, and then—but not till then will
satisfactory progress begin. Furthermore
we would like to remind the worthy alderman of the scriptural injunction "Be not
forgetful lo entertain strangers for thereby 1
some have entertained angels unaware," |
TO   THE   HIGHEST   BIDDERS.
POSITIVELY  WITHOUT RESERVE,
FIRST BANK
—L'STAUUSIII'.I)   IN —
City 0 Nanaimo
OF
S.S. PREMIER will leave as follows:—Vancouver
s p. m.i   IVI mi (lavs and  Thursdays,   returning
leaves Seattle Wednesdays and Saturdays at 6
a.m., arriving in Vancouver aboul 6 p.m., this io
take effect Thursday) February otli.
NEW WESTMINSTER ROUTE.
Leaves VICTORIA for New Westminster) Lndner's
Landing and Lulu Island, Sundavs and Thursdays at 7 a'clockt Tuesdays at 3 o'clock.
Leave   NEW  WESTMINSTER  for Victoria   and
way poris on Monday at z p.m., Wednesday and
Frldav at 7 a.m.
PLUMPER PASS, Sunday at 7 o'clock.
KFRASER RIVER ROUTEJ
Steamers Tor Hope and way ports leave New Westminster every Thursday:   For Chlllhvhack and
way  landings 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  sufficient   inducement
offers will call nt points on the West Coast and
Queen Charlotte Islands.
The company reserves the right of changing this
Time Table at anytime without notification.
(LA. CARLETON. JOHN IRVING,
Oen. Agent, Manager.
BKITISH COLUMBIA
1
(LIMITED))
For several months past experiments
have been made between New York,
Philadelphia and Pittsburg, with a new
printing telegraph called "Esslck's typewriting telegraph." Latest experiments
made on a Hue 760 miles iu length, in all
kinds of weather and under unfavorable
condltons, are claimed to have been very
satisfactory, and as demonstrating the
perfect feasibility of the system. The
transmitting Instrument is wsrlted like a
j keyboard, and requires no special training
on the part of the operator. The mutter
transmitted is received at the opposite
terminal and at way stations automatically
on strips of paper three or four inches
wide, in plain print. The operations of
this telegraph have heen witnessed by
leading journalists with much interest, as
it promises advantages for newspaper
work. The inventor claims that it will
largely supersede the telephone. The
present speed is about thirty-five words u
minute, with a possibility of fifty  words.
M
BANK
lull
Whitfield    Bros.,
I IMPORTERS   AND    DEALERS   IN    BOOTS
AND  SIIOKS.
Hoots and Shoes made to'order, repairing a specialty
Victoria Crescent, Nanaimo, B.C.
RED  HOUSE.
THOMAS ALLSOP.
ii j:\kv s. mason,
CUVI.ER A. HOLLAND,
56 New
Broad St.
DIRECTORS.
%he business of ALLSOP d) MASON has been merged in th
abort Company and will be carried on by tye Company from th\
data as a General Land Investment and Insurance Aaencu.       .   I
Insurance Agency.
MONEY TO L0AH°N ™OHTCA<iE AT ,ow bate
sale on easy terms.
Town Lois and Farming Lands l>|
CONVEYANCERS, NOTARIES PUBLIC.
Money Loaned on Best Terms.   Estates Managed.
CORNER CORIIOVA AND CAM1IIE STREETS.
P. O. BOX 198, VANCOUVER, B. C.
! ALEX. MAYER - MARCUS WOLFE.
(iKCORrORATKD BV ROVAL CHARTER; 1862.)
(WITH   POWBH  TO  INCREASE.)
CITY M-A-jEHijEIT.
Next   door   lo   Hirst's   Bros.,
Commercial  Street.
W. D. DEEBLE, Prop.
Conscantly on hand a Tell assortment of
Choice Meats and Vegetables.
London   Of pice—28 Curnhill, ondon.|   Branchu
at San Francisco, Portland, Ut., Victoria, New
Westminster, Vancouver, Nanaimo and
Kam loops.
Asii'iiis mid Correspondent!!'
In CAHAOA—The Hank of Montreal and branches'.
United States—Agents Hank of Montreal, 59 Wall
Slrrtl, New York; —Hank of Montreal, Chicago.
L'mtkh Kingdom—Bank of British Columbia, =8
Cornhill, London; National Provincial Lank of J
England] North and South Wales Bank;
British Linen  Company's  Bank;*"
Bank of Ireland.
I ndia, China, Japan, Australia, New Zealand Hong
Kong   am!   Shanghai    Bank    Cotp "ration—
Chartered Bank of India, Australia and
China, English, Scottish aifd Australian  ( hartered   Bank,   Bank of
Australasia,    Commercial
Bank Co,, of .Sydney.
Mexico and South America—Lot
Mexico ami Smith Ann-ri
don   Bank   of I
Telegraphic Transfers ami Remittances to and from
all points tan he made through this Bank at
current  rates.
oil ect ions cart fully aitei ded to* and cveiy description of banking transacted
Alex. Mayer & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In'GENERAL
Merchandise.
Orders   promptly   nnd   care-fully delivered.
SHIITINP SUPPLIED AND SHU'S DISBURSED.
Commercial  Street,
Nanaimo, B. C.
Cosmopolitan Market
Commercial street, Nanaimo. B. c.
£2.     C^XTlDKrjNrjEIIjiXj.
Shipping supplied   at short notice.
G.  W.   BIGGER
of Victoria is prepared   to glva
Crayon,Indian Ink orWaterColors
AT   EASTERN   PRIZES.
TOM    jBZESXjXj
I'FAl.BR   IN All.  KIS'I'S of
Smokers' Articles, Fruit.Station-
ary and  Confectionery,
I'. o. II.« i2i, Nanaimo, 13. C.     i mo.
George Cavalsky's
FrnitMartet
I
ON
VICTORIA  CRESCENT,
Is the place to get your+'RUITnlwnys
the lirsl and l>csl of the season, besides if you want
Fancy    Articles,
Jewelry, Pipes and Cigars of which
ho hns the biggest assortment
in (own, as   well as being
agent fur
| McKay's   - London    -   Cigars,
For Nanaimj oi d Wellingt in.
ITis is the place and no other, as he imports
his own goods and saves you money.
f live him a call and satisfy yourself.
Victoria   Crescent.
—ALWAYS-
CHOICE    ASSORTMENT
OU Tiii;"i''jNKK'r
AND    VEGETABLES
IN THE MARKET.
Froo Dolivecry to AlltPnrts of tho OHy.
A
MEATS
\
AT
Tom Bell's Emporium
Will he found everything to suit the
taste ofthe most fastidious. Smokers will find it to their advantage
to deal with him as his prices arc as
low as any place in town, and a
trifle lower. His goods are of the
best. Amongst other things may
he found the famous ^--
Peg Top Cigar
A full line of other Cigars, both
Domestic and Imported; all the
favorite brands of Cigarettes and
Tobaccos; also jewelry, pocket
knifes, stationery, playing cards,
ncvels, Seaside Library, accordinns,
harmonicos, candies, nuts, fruits,
confectionery, &c, &c, In connection witn this establishment is
the
ROUNSEFELL & CO., R.CRAIG,
Real Estate, Insurance and Gen-  55^al'B1»cksmithP& Carriage BuJldj
eral Agents, 1 ** • mm m{ ^ ^^ R ft
With New Premisci, Moilern Mncliincrv nnd' Fr|
Class   Workmen,   nil  Stvlcs of Wacons,
Carriages and Rugeits will lie liuilt]
to order.
HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY.   REPAlJ
INO DONE.
Wm.' Blackmore,
Architect,   Etc ."I
OFFICE-422 CORDOVA STREETj
P. O. BOX 13S. VANCOUVER, F.
W.   K   CHENEY
City    Auctioneer!
OFFICE AT
RUSSELL MCDONALD & CO.'
Commercial Street, Nanaimo, JR. C.
::: l LnciAfliiLLJ
LEA MY & KYLE, Props.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
ALL  K1NPS OK   ROtT.II AND
PRESSED
LUMBER,]
DOORS, WINDOWS. BLINDS, SHINOLES.
LATHS,'Eto.,Eto.
LELAND   HOUSE,
PROUT     &    INSLEY,    Proprietors.
Strictly First-Class.   Accommodation for 135 Guests.
Convenient to Railway Station and Steamship Dock.
CORNER OF  HASTINGS & GRANVILLE
STREETS,  VANCOUVER,  B.  C.
ALBION   IRON   WORKS
(LIMITED)
VICTORIA, B. C
ENGINEERS,    IRON     FOUNDERS     AND
BOILER MAKERS.
WOBK8!
ON STOnn, DISCOVBRV AMI)  HRRAI.n BT8,
Manufacturers of Marine and Land Engines,
Hollers, Fish Canning and Mining Machinery,
Hydraulic Giants and Pipe REPAIRS executed
wilh dispatch.   V'orls running night and day.
BRUNETTE
Saw Mill Co.
'LIMITED.)
Manufacturers nml Dealers En nil kinds of
ROUGH  AND DRESSED  LUMBER
OPRICR   AND   YARD— Westminster    Avenue,   False
Creek.
Telephone Call .0. VACUOUVER,   B.   C.
TELEPHONE.
Office and Yard:
Departure Bay Express
Employers will find it to their advantage
to apply personally or by letter when requiring help, which  will   be  furnished  without
Leaves Nanaimo Daily, excepting Sunday,   charge to employers.    Address all communi-
at eleven  o'clock a. ni,, and 3 o'clccl- p.m. ,   cations P. O.ttox 121.
returning at 9  o'clock a.m.,   nnd ". o'clock [      "- - - -
p.m.
W.BREDEMEYEE,DR.PH.
Mining Engineer, United States and
Provincial Surveyor and As-
sayer, Vancouver, B  C.
LATE PARTNER OF J. M'VtCKER SALT LAKE CITY.
Reliable reports, underground surveys and maps
of mines executed at low rates. Assays made on all
kinds of Minerals, Gold and Silver bars. Thirty
years experience In mining in Asia, Europe and
United States of America. Speaks ten languages.
Assays from a distance • promptly attended to.
Address, Vancouver, U. C. 953-y-
L.   G.    McPHILLIPS,
BARRISTER. ATTORNEY AND SOLICITOR,
(Of the Province of Manitoba),
OFFIOE— WHETHAM    BLOCK,    OORDOVA
< STREET, VANOOUVER,  B. 0.
CHARLES   CHAMBERLIN.   Manaqcr.    Sole   Kenn:.
sinlatiiu lo, B. C. i,l 'HE TORONTO RUB3ER
COM OF CANADA.
Vancouver Re 1 Estate Exchange
235 flrtvn Street, Vancouver, B. C,
SOUTH END CAME ST„ FALSE CK
VANCOUVER,   11.   C.
c. c. Mckenzie,
Land Agent, Conveyancer, Accountant]
and Insurance Agent.
Officr:—C. I.. Smith's Building. Bastion Strect.J
Nanaimo. ™
Town Lots and Farms for Sale. Money to Loan on ?
Mortgage at low ratee.
Agent for the Glasgow and London Fire Insurance ;
Company.
Robert   Scoullftr.
Solicitor, Supreme Court, Edinburgh.
Notary public For Brills). Columbia.
Oi rici::—Front   Street,   Nanaimo,  directly 7op*
nosite'the old Court House.
R. J. W.  ATWOOD,
Chemist &  Druggist.
Patent Medicines, Pf.rfumeryand
Toilet Goods.
i tions Carefully C      r ] < i ■.
COMMERCIAL STREETJNANAIUO,  B.5 0.
DEW DROP HOTEL,
HALIBURTON      ST.,     NANAIMO,
The best of Liquors and Cigars will be dispensed
at the Bar.
JAS. HARPER, Proprietor.
I BELL, Propriekr^-S^l
clephoiit   Call 3.
'lelice Lot*.    Mining Stocks
Sold*    Insurance and
oan Brokers
,      .    : This Hotol is now prepared to furnish first-class ac*
Bargains in       rtdnmodRtlon for Hoarders and Lodgei
Bo»rd|
per month $26.1
1SAMUEL/ HAGUE, w
;..{i•■. .■ ■   ..
NANAIMO COURIER rWA
Published every morning exeept
MONDAY
Joseph M. Brown" j K Aaronson I ft,
Tlie Casli Mm Store.!
1 o,
ENGLISH,    AMERICAN   AND   SWISS
WATCHES  &   CLOCKS CLEANED
AND REPAIRED.
AGENT FOR S. S. KIMIIKLL'n CHAMPION FIRE AND HUKGLAR-I'ROOF
SAFES.
Front Street, Nanaimo
CALL and examine our
MENS'CLOTHING.
I INPERWARE OF EVERY description.
TIES.GLPVES, COLLARS,
BLANKETS AND JEWELRY.
Any of the above roihIs tan tie bought cheap fur
CASH anil CASH ONLV, al th
j u rr t c ■Oariiij (-Works
Hastings Street, East  of Carroll, Vancouver, B. C.
This extensive establishment has just opened.    A large and vn II .< I.  ted sroel af . *I H-**
Carriages,    Buggies,
WILL BE KI'.I'TIN sti
■    A large and un II .. i.. -.,.1
Buckboads
:K AND .Male TO ORDER
NANAIMO LAND CFFIOE.
J.H.H. A. E. P.
WE,
Planta & Co,
-AT-
!anaimo,B.C.
This paper is a live opponent of the
interest uf
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
CONVEYANCERS, ETC.
rd
ieNABB
Tho Largest and Bout Hotel in the Citv.
R. WATKIXS   . FJMNP,
NANAHIO,  ll.0.
And is thoroughly
INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS
GL H, BLAKEWAY& GO.
IMPORTING AND  DISPENSING
CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS.
The Nanaimo Pharmacy
COMMERCIAL   STREET.
Physician Prescriptions carefully compounded
Country orders promptly attended to,
.,„„„        HOBSE-SHOEM   .p.d.%:;-wr^^^^^ conveners, etc. '
'  ''                                              I.AMK|blHtJl«I.S shod and tieated on the latest approved principles. Otftra nf tha P  P   Rill.,,.,,, rn    .„,i r„. -
ft ifUT    /II nrnillWI    rtmnnil BPPlPINfl      Repairing lualllu branches, aswcil as iaimim; thmhiim.  r;t«-.. -i.jii- i. i.h Jmcc outlet, r. nailw..y Lo., and Lunarc
I   /lVll     II 11 I 141 \ I       vIlKH nXirMljHtr.      n«rtne«.a«Ut moderate prices.    I.fehtu eavy lolK.lM.s of ever)- deseriptio n Stcamsllii) Line
;4lM       Hi  !            Ml    Ll        11 Vl '"'"',"1'"1 •"•    W-Every department will receive the personal supervision of our Mr. McNAIlH, an         .- owuranip Line
VilKJll     UUvIJ.LU.il'.    Ml illtiU perienced workman, well and favorably knoan in many nans or the Dominion. /. (tenia for Tiavallaja* Life and Acoident Inaur.
  oooeCo., uf llniir,,ni   r,—     ■ •
Commercial Street, Near Bastion .        rp      TV,r ,^vT   »   ■ «-■ -
Donald   Smith
NOTARY PUBLIC, CONVEYANCER,"
REAL   ESTATE
I AND INSURANCE AGENT,
jVaualmo,  33.  O.1,
Jan, Half P. O. Ilox ?n.
Property for Sale.
THE ACCIDENT
INSUBANCE COY
•OF NOBTffA&USIUOA.
President-SIB T. GA1/T.     Viu»  Prw.-JNO.
RANKIN, Esq.,      Socrotary-E. HAWUNUB.
— » ♦ «	
Innu.ro Against ncoiriHiit hy lunrl or bor,   $& per
annum Beoarea either $1000 in case of fetal accident, or (23 per month Eocaseofnou-fatal in Jury.
Mxtm Prumiums for haziinluun employment*.
Al/LSOP A MASON,
Agents, (jovernmont Street, Vict"   i
It coutuius ail the Latest
fIM      r   tv    i i
Peek's Hotel,
EAST   WELLINGTON.
T.   E.   PECK,   Proprietor.
FIRST-CLASS IN EVERY  PARTICULAR.
The Choicest Brands nf Winks, LtcjUOltSand Cigars
always on hand.
A CALL SOLICITED.
Tin
 AMD ■ —
D *h*»*l up in readable style, and is
(Eihh>i tinted early each morning
bu tiit everyone can have
it nt the breakfast
table.
A    WARJtlftO*
modes  of dentil's  appronch nre varl-
1  statistics show concJtisivclv that
more    rsonsdie from diseases of the Throat
n ' '     "-. than anv oilier.     Tt   Is prol-aLIe
thru  evervone,  without exception   receives
vnst  numbers of TuLcrcle Germs into the
system and where these p;erms  fill upon suitable    iO they start into life nnd  develop, at
first slowly and is shown l»y a slight   tirklinij
sensation in the throat and if allowed to continue their ravages they extend to the limits
producing;   rVn.wi mtion  and to the head,
~n itsincr Catarrh.   Now all is dangerous, and
if   allowed   tn proceed   will in  time cause
Tenth.      At   tlie onset  you must  act   with
promptness; allowing a cold to go without
it tent ion is  dangerous  and  may lose your
life.    As soon as you feel that   something  is
Wrong with your Throat, Lungs or  Nostrils,
obtain a bottle of Poschee's German  Syrup.
[t will give you immediate relief;
A LOT ON  WALLACE  STREET.
There is a two-story house of ten rooms ami another house of seven rooms on the lot. Rental $14
per month; piice $3,000 $vk« of which can remain
on morgrage.
Apply to ROBERT SCOULARi Solicitor, Front
Street, Nanaimo. if
OCCIDENTAL   HOTEL
This elegant and commodious
NEW BRICK HOTEL
4 CO.,
 MERCHANTS	
WHABF STREET     -     .     VIOTOIUA. Ii. 0.
■  VANCOUVER CITY
FOUNDRY and IRON WORKS.
Tho building* nnd fitting up of iTHOli nc-ry in
ronncctiou with tlipso wortci being now un fur
cdranced tho proprietors feel justified in notifying their friends and tho public thai they will
bo preparod on or about tho 1st uf May t<j raceivo
■nd promptly exeunte any orders for work In
their lino for which thoy may bo favored, and
from the superior oharaoter of their mactiim r.v
and plant generally, aewell as tbe skiji of lln»ir
employees, thoy feci confident of being In
tion to do as good, if not better. Work tin
similar establishment in the Provlnoe
iv ana A   *m
once Co., of Hartford, Conn., and Lonclo
mid .Lancashire Fire  Insurance t'u.
of London.
t 	
Hkntamo Debt Collectoiis,  Gbnerazi
(.'(i.mmi.-.so.v vvobk toansadtbo.
Office Hours: 0 ti. in. to 6 p, p.
RXcELMEN BLOCK,       P.O.Box 107
WORTH
THEIR
GOLD.
WEIGHT INT
ii |,-, ■_
ail liny
Mumn Pills & ofBtBunt
Head Offine for Hriiish Columbia for
1 North BnrrisH and Mercantile Ixsu-
kanoe Company, and Guardian
Insurance Company.
H. C. BEETON & CO.,
36 Finsbury Circus, Loudon, E. 0.
II. A. Mellon, Vancouver.
A. McKELVIE.
Vaaoonrw.B. Cloth April,]
Mechanical Him
CORRESPONDENTS
In every part of the
PROVINCE!
And nil tbe latest nvents of public
interest are promptly transmuted.
.Every question of public
importance discussed
without
FEAR, FAVOR OR PARTIALITY]
WELCH, RITHET& CO.,
Commercial now, Wharf Street,
VICTORIA, B. C.
Importers and Commission
Merchants.
Agents for Heatlmrn's Hoot nnd Shoo Factory,
Giant Powder Co., Oregon City Mills Co,
Opposite  the   Esqiumalt   and Nanaimo
Railway   Station, having  been
leased by the undersigned, will,
after a thorough over-haul-
ing and fitting up, be
CONDUCTED IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE
Special care will lie given to tll2
i - Department
And no trouble  will be spared to satisfy
everybody.    Fine elegantly fitted up
33:43 33    ROOMS
g^SAMPLE ROOM^gJ
Fur  Travellers.     Only    first-class   Wines,
Liquors and Cigars   dispensed   at  the
BAR.    We solicit your patronage.
John Decker & Co
feb S If
I    Great Transcontinental Route,
NORTHERN":-: PACIFIC
n.A.iij-v\7\A.-5r
Via   the Cascade   Division   now   completed, milking it  the Shortest,
Best nnd Quickest.
The Dining Oar Lino. The Direct Hotito. No
Udliiys. Ku^lB.it Trains, Lowest Itatos to Cliiciifro
and nil points Knit. Tiokots sold to all Prom.
iiu.it points throughout the East and South-Kast.
TWIOUGH PrjI.LMAM   DlUWINO RoO.M
SllUBPINO CaKS.
DON'T READ THIS I
J. IIODCJIKIIAT, J. COIGDARHIPU,
0,11AQAZZONI.
Boucherat & Co.,
VICTORIA, B. C.
 —» » .	
wiroHTERs op
WINES, LIQUORS, GROCEntKS,
WIOVISIONS, HAVANA CIGARS
ApputaforJ. Schlitzs' Milwaukee Ilecr,
Eureka Bourbon Whiskey, Loo-Gamble Bourbon Whisky and Pielier Clnret,
Green Labels.
Renervalions can be secured in Adranc.
To East-Hound Passengers
He careful and do not make e mistake,  but h.
sure to take the
Northern Pacific Railw'y
Printing and Binding,
Munroe: Miller,
DUCK'S BUILDING, JOHN30N ST,
VICTORIA
Haa tho rno.it oomnlota and  thnroujr' |y w '
aqnfppea Printina J^Utbliahmenl bit i   ;
[nee.   Newest Btylofl in typo are boinK itd.l
With rapid presses and l»'.j! of nw-rkm n
a position to turn out ffOod work ;tt rea* n I) i
BOOK-BINDING  &   BLANK   B )OK£
r»f all kinds to order i~ a Bpocialiy.    Hi- v '.-   Ii
guarantees to lie equal to the bent, at d al |n
»i ways reasonable.
Orders from the country and com  i
will reeeire prompt attention,
Notice of Remova
T^^OMMJUBLK   MEDICINE
THE   PILXSI
Cense  the *ST&MACH
crease the 5ccrclnry ^
|    I
And see that your tioket reads ria THIS
LINE, St. Paul or Minneapolis, to avoid
changes and serious delays ooaasioned
by other routes.
For a First-Glass  Hair Cut, Snave or
Shampoo, go lojhe .   . 	
Naaai'mO SharlOI aDfl Bath R00fflO| j  Through Emigrant Slwping Cars
' Run on regular express traius full lengtl
,,f U^Ii««    »--«■- •—-     T '  •'
COMMERCIAL ST., NANAIMO, R. C.
JOHN LEWIS, Proprietor.
PRIVATE ENTRANCE  POR*I.AniES.
 HAVING	
i LARGE CIRCULATION
Its advantage as an
[AflTfirtisin 111
IS APPARENT.
BERG, HARRIS & GO,
Govbiinment Street.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
Purchase, soli and lease property, colloct rents,
make toons un mortgages and transact all business relating to JtlCAL ESTATE. Maps Bhowins
the vai'ioiiri districts on the island and Main-
land, the situation desirable of city lots, homesteads, gfirdeningand farm lands, can be consulted at their oflice-
1MPEEIAL
Fire Insurance Comp'y
Mall, London.
INSTITUTED -  -  1803.
For Insuring Houses and  other BuildicgSj
 »..h jiouhi'h antl  otiicr Build]
tioods, wares. Merchandise, Manufacturing	
Farming Stock, Ships in Port, Harbor or (Jock,
and the cargoes of such Tesselsi also ships,
hui Idiin: or repairing barges anil othor vessels on
navigable rivers ami canals, and goods on board
sneh vessels, throughout Great I'ritain and Ire-
land ami in Foreign Countries from LOSS OK
of the line.   Berths free.   Loweit Kates.
Quickest time.
W. B. DENNISON,
Nanaimo, B.C
A. p. cnariton,
irat G^J. I a«. Ant.
lo. %. Waahtngtmi MtrMk Portland, Or,
E. G, PRIOR &
Viotoria
Iron & Hard ware
MERCHANTS
Have Removed to their New Premises
t'omor of Johnson and Gorornment Btreets.
ligestive organs
«  BOWELS, in-
_..- „v*.*ciury power of tlie Li'vcrjirnce
i the nen'ous  system, nnd throw Into the circulation the pure elements for sustaining and
repairing the frame.
Thousands of persons have testified that
by  their use alone th«*y have been restored
to   health  and  strength after  every other
1 means have proved unsuccessful
T HE   OINTMENT
Will be found invaluable in every Household
in the cure of open Sores, Hard Ttimors>
HAD LFGS, OLD WOUNDS, COUGHS,
Colds, Sore Throats, Bronchitis, and all dis*
ordeis nf 'Tic Throat and Chest, as also (Joat,
Khcumatism, Scrofula, and every kind of
Scin Diseases, -i
Manufactured ouly n ( Professor Holloway's
Establishment, 78 New Oxford St. (late 533
Oxford   St.), London, and sold at is. l'-d.,
2s. od.. 4s, 6*d. us,, 22., and 33s. each Box
: and Pot, ~*"~
I^BEWARE OF AMERICAN COUN-
TERFEITS.    Purchasers should look to the
1 Label on the Pot and Boxes,    Iftlie address
is not 5.S3 Oxford  Street,   London, they are
; spurious.
Dr- J-   Collis   Browne's
CHLORODYNE.
EsDuimalt  & Nanaimn
Railway-
'   u
TIME    CAi.D   NO.   9.
UABJAOK HV JoiJiK.
=_fe
SUBSCRIPTION:
Per Year	
Per Hon 11	
Per Week	
• IO Oft
I oo
»S CM.
CXI
[Printing
COURIER
& Publishing Co.,
[LIMITED.
1889.
HARPER'S BAZAR.
ILLUSTIR.A.TEZ).
Harpbu's Bazas wiU oontiQue to maintain
its ropu*atio i as an aneQn died f-imily jonrnoi,
Its art Illustrations are of the highest order, its
liteiatoi ;m»r theolioioeei kind.aud itn Fashion
nnd : onsehold departments of tho reoHt prse-
tioal and eoonomloal oharaoter. its pattern-
stieot s.ij>ulemon(H nnd fashioo-piatfee aJono will
Ba»i' Its ■cuders ten times tlio cost of nnli«'Tiri-
tion, aud Its articles on decorative art, Boeial
etiijiiette, honse-keepingi oonkery, etc., make
it indispensable to pvory household, Its bright
short stories, and timely essays are among the
best publish* d; and not a Hoe is admitted to its
columns that oouid offe d the most fastidious
taste. Among the attractions of tho now volume
will bo seri.Ll stories by Mrs. Fiunoi'h HoDOBOH
Bv NKTr.Mis. axtXANuBU, William Bli&OE,
aud Thohas Hahdy, and a series of papers on
nursery manntfeiuont by .Mrs. Cuiuhtini: Tkk*
III'.VK UEltBICK.
HARPER'S PERIODICALS.
Per V'ear:
HAKPER'S BAZAB	
HARPER'S MAGAZINE	
HARPER'S WEEKLY	
HARPER'S YOCNQ PEOPLE..
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States, Canada), «r Mexico.
The Volumes of the BAZAR begin with the
first Number for January of each year. When
no time in mentioned snbsoriptions will begin
with tlio Number current at time of receipt of
order.
Bound Volumes of IIaril it's BAZAR, for
thriw years back, in neat doth binding, will be
sent by mail, postage paid, or by express, free
of expense iprovided the freight does not exceed one dollar per volume), for $7 OU per
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Cloth  Caeee for eaeli rolume,   an tablo for
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CURHENT11A1E8 OF PBEM1UU. <       '■       URDAV     nTTn
WELCH, RITHET & CO.v,
Agents for British Columbia and Washington
Territory.
NOTICE!
„„.„.         --• -■*> A. M. ,ON SATURDAY,    DEC.   ,st„   ,888.   TRAINS
RUN ON PACIFIC STANDARD
TIME.
SOLE  AGENTS
 FOR THE FOLLOWING	
PIANOS
Decker Btoa., J. & C. Fischer, H. Heinizman
and I'avostaff.
Esfcey, Bhoniuger, Smith. Dominion, and Uz
bridge.
THE ORIGINAL
'ONLV GENUINE,
Advice to invalids—If you wish to obtain
quiet refreshing sleep, free from headache,
relief from   rain  nnd  anguish, to r>»lm »" ;
a
Pianos and Organe sold on time,
suit enstomera,
 ind  anguish, to calm and
assuage the weary achfngs of protracted
disease, invigorate the nervous media, and
regulate the circulating systems ofthe body,
you will providey.ourself with tnat marvellous remedy discovered hy I>r. J, Collis
Browne (late Army Medical Staff), to which
he gave the name of CHLORODYNE, and
which is admitted l»y the profession to he the
most wonderful and valuable remedy
ivered.
Payments to CHLORODYNE
All outstanding accounts and alt debts due f %      ; Z      , •   ■   •
or owing to the Farmers' Market are requested  fc _.   *«     ' • '•
to he handed in and paid to the undersigned ■ q B \ «J», j ^ '. '.  .   •   *   «
or   to C,   O. McKenzic,   for settlement he-: « Q i Jg'gl t w « P " w *
fore the 31st of March,  1SS9.
Feb, 24 tf K. HODGSON.
The largest  importers
STRINGED IV
of BRASS, REED and
TRDMENT8,eto,
Sheet Music and Music Books,
Instruments of all kinds tuned nnd repaired.
IMPORTER DP
ENGLISH am, Canadian MERCHAN-
DTSE.
.. 4 00
.. 4 00
. 200
1 ^ m n m ii .^ m' .
tut
I Pi  f,  H-M  O  O O O  O  Cytt 00
M. W. WAITT & CO.
64 Covernment Street, Victoria, B. C.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
o.
[ \T-A.KT-A-iovro,
R. T. \rVlLLlAM3,
l.'uWisher, Book-Binder, Paper Ruler
I  AND	
RuklMr Stamp  Manufacturer.
Of not OF THE
(British  Columbia  Directory.
■lectrotyping & Stereotyping.
,    «wwi   mm mm- I'acii Toiume,   en tabln foi
binding, will be seat by mail, poet-paid, on receipt of $1 00 oat-h
Remit.tanees should he made by Post-OHice
inj(jin.n»iiu»H enouia ce made hy Poat-OHici
Money Order ov Draft, to avoid chance of Jos*.
Newer.iapers are not to copy tit's* advertisement without the express order of Harder A
Brothers      """
Addree.i'  HARPKB&BBOTUERS, New Kofk.
Grand Ball and Supper
WILL BE GIVEN AT
ob Friday Evening tbe 151b [nsimii.
Under Ihe auspices of Wellington Lodge
No. 2.   Tickets admitting Gentle*
man and Lady, $2.50, and can
lie had from nicmben of Ihe
committee,
cl   Oi
; 0 5 A ."i » o 0 'o c
u^i^ ?"= !.5ssr,
l—^^S K *3   M   d   9   CC-£
»ii-NI2Illiil
~&
Now in tho time to
—i^iac—>
Your Doors and Windows
Keep out the Cold uutl limn 1    Get your
Wentlier Strips of the   Biohmono
V. fvhivr Strii' Co,
fJiKILLlUA.N & iNDERSOK, AgnntD
p.o.bosup.      es
THE CRESCENT CIGAR DIVAN.
ALF. A. ARGYLE.
For good CIGARS, CHOICE BRANDS of TO- '
BACCOS fine selection of PIPKS and SmokerV out-
fit«, come along hoy, to VICTORIA CRE.SCKNT
DIVAN. F.sotf
NOTICK.
mt ". N. "? t *0 - « « <n» "ft
j a 00 00 00 cv ci o 6 o o O h a *
M   M   M   M  M  M   N  I
<Q
■—THK TROT	
TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTT
- BBTWBHN THE—
Pacific and the Atlantic!
Its paseepffer eqnipment la the finest
in tho world, eoiisistinr; of LUXVBIOOS
8r,EicriNn Cai;s hnving Drawing, Smoking
nnd Bntlt Rooms; Comforti'lilo nnd Clean
Colonist Curs, ivith Free Sleeping Bertha
for holders of seoond-olnsa taoketa; and
most modern style of dny CORcbes.
ITSDiyiXG CAIiS AND HOTELS!
provide the Lest quality of food in ur.
limited quantity at reasonable rules.
The Variety and Grandeur of Sccnci'v
along its line is unequalled, and in the I
details idj truck, train service, cte.,
nothing ie omitted flint ewi add to ti-e
Safety and Comfort of its patrons. All in
nil, it gives the Lest nnd mosl serviceable
line of travel, whether for bnsincae or
pleasure, between Portland, TBComii.
Seattle, Victoria, nnd all Pnoifio Cone!
Points, aud Winnipeg, Minneapnlif, St.
Paul, Chicnpo, St. Tenuis, Ottnw.-i. Torn] •
Montreal. Boston, New l'oik rajd ....
Eastern Cities.
c\cr
^oWforifourfls'rnn.'    "f.    ''"[    rcn"%
Asthma.        B  ' Consl"»Pl'on, Bronchitis,
CHLORODYNE act.  111
and Spasms.       '    '  ")s,u";1.   Palpitation
CHI ORODYNP ,'c ,1,      ,
roothache, MeningiHs, &c„ Sc^, ''nCC''•
Prom    Symes   &   c,,     ,„
1   '?"»<« Mohral Hall   ^'   . "''V™«utical
I- :    !!  Stri  •    I '    ,   1' '■' 33 Great
Sin   We ,,. '  '""'■■•". Dear
i    ■ £ ifyri
infinitum  of the    V,    ,r       l>b' !5s,ttnc««
I'M-„|li, |;r„     (,-'  •',•""•'''nary   efficacy of
Neuralgia, the Vomitine ofX ""'^
«' general SedaUve^that^"ncSl and
under our personal observation *> ■ <*"""*
years. ,» Choleraic DhSa''"„7'™"J
the  more terrible forms of Choien  u >r" '"
conviction   that it is decide, k- ,'1 firm
fession   and   Ihe   public    V '""
'!l'i"i™ tnatthe anoatitwlon of° !"!.?*
"ina Collis Drowne-s is [ Til 11 V,'5'i "lkr
UREACH OF FAITH < i\ 1, ''<VIK
opTHE CHEMIST TO ,, UAKT
AND PATIENT \ iK . ^RBSCRlBK
fBithrully yours, SvmerftCo M »u s"'
the Pharm, Societv otel Vr ■cm',c,s ,,f
Excellancythe^-^S^'
II.s
Wu Itfrcljjr give noitcc lha! we will not lie respoiis
ible for any debts eo&trmcted by any parties withoui a
wrilte 1 order fni.ti the iniilfrsigiieil.
J. T« O'BRIEN,
R. DUNLAP.
ON SATI'KOAYN %\l» BtNDAVS.
Return tickcis will be'itsued between aljpoints
for a single fare good for return Monday.
Return tickets for one and a half ordinary fare may
be puichitted daily to all points, good for three days
including tbe day of issue.
No return tickets issued for a single fare when
such fare is 25 cents.
Through rates between Victoria and Comox.
R. DUNSMUIR,  President;
flfOS. HUNTER,General Superintendent!
1'. K.PRlORi I'l-ij.i; ami Passenger Agent.
THROUGH TICKETS
are issued to all principal points in  i  •
■United States, Canada and Enrojr, ..
tlie Lowest Rates.
JiOBT. IRVING, Preiglil and Pasi • in
Agent, Oo, I. St., Viotoria.
A. E. I'un'ia, Ticket Agent, Km    .. o.
V. E. Brows, D. F. tn-,,1 Pni s ugci Ig nl
Vancouver,
was,  iiiidoui,i,.,ii.    ,1        ■'■ <-ollls Browne
">«'Innes.-julv,,, |8&,        """-Sec
.    Sold    Ml    l,ut||.s    .,,    I,   Tliit     «
«<!., and its. each,    X nc is ,V     • 9''''',v-
«?«   'he   words   •'!),       \'X'"r"-Mvi,!-
unrwhclming medical   testi,
Ffmes each bottle,
. Caution—Beware of  Piracy
tlolK. J
stamp
aeci.m.
'Illllony
and   Jmita-
Sole Manufactures—J, r  iH,. „
'■"".'<-■" Street, L™$TKdin MaIMO   :-: COURIER.       local akd general.
• Imrsiiii v March Mtii, 1889.
STEAMER SERVICE.
[Between Nanaimo,  Comox and   Victoria.]
Stramer Amelia.
Arrives iu Nanaianiu every Tuesday evening.
Leaves Nanaima for Comox Wednesday      3 A• M-
Returns from Comox for Victoria,
Wednesday evening.
Leaves Nanaimo for Victoria Tlnus-
ay..
7 A.
7 A.
7 A.
Leaves Victoria for Nanaimo, En-
day ■••••, •
Leaves Nanaimo lor Victoria,   and
all way ports Saturday	
[Between  Nanaimo and  Vancouver.]
Si'i-AMi.it Rainbow,
Arrives    at     Nanaimo     Tuesdays—Leaves
Nanaimo Wednesday mosnlng.
[Between Westminster, Comox & Nanaimo.]
Steamer Robert Dunsmuir,
At rives in  Nanaimo Wednesdays and Sun
days—Leaves    Nanaimo    for   Comox
Thursdays—Leaves    Nanatmt   for
New  Westminster    Saturdays
and   Mondays.
Trains leave Nanaimo for Victoria,   9:04 A.M.
"        "         ■'       " Wellington      12:29 I'. M.
" arrive in    " from Victoria    12:20 P.M.
•>      • Wellington        S:e5 A. M.
On Saturdays an extra train leaves Nana-
imo for Victoria al 1156 1'. M. A train also
leaves Victoria for Nauaimo, arriving here
at 6:55 i'. m,. and leaves for Wellington at
(0:15 P. M.
POSTAL SERVICE.
Mails close daily for Victoria
and   way  stations	
"    Arrive	
"   Close for Wellington. • ■
"    For Comox, Alberni and
way stations every   Wednesday 	
8 A. M.
12:20  A.  M.
11:45   A. M.
7  P.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Also nt
March
> p.m.,
I'm- fu-
Professor Demaine commences evening
singing lessons to-day  (Wednesday) in
the Hull, Wellington,  at8p.m.
Nanaimo to-morrow   (Thursday)
Hlli in St. Paul's school rooms nl
when arrangements can lie  inadi
tare meetings to suit parlies.
The East Wellington Coal Company will
not be responsible for any debts contracled
unless by written order signed by the undersigned.—W. S. Chandler Superintendent,
New Millinery. Fashionable Hats. The
Tery latest style in Hats and Bonnets arrived this day. Call and get the Lest selection. Arthur Bullock.
Ladies, don't forget to call and see the
pretty Hats at       Arthur Bullock's.
Hunt and yon will find Joint Hilbert's
advertisement.
Dentistry—Dr. A. C. West will lie in
Nanaimo on Monday tlie 11th inst lor
three days. Persons desiring denial work
performed will please call early and make
appointments. Teetli extracted painlessly
without the use of ether, pis, or chloroform.   All work warranted.
What's the news?
Ain't any.
What's doing in town?
Nothing.
What's "Happening?
Not a hap.
Nothing is happening and nothing is
going to happen until the opening of
Spencer nnd Perkin's new store. *
You take 11 rest while we get ready for
the rush. When the time comes we'll lei
you know. It will lie in a few days now.
We can't help keeping you waiting, our
goods have not arrived yet, expect them
every tiny, twenty-two (22) eases from
Europe, sixteen (16) from Eastern Canada.
So save your money for the grand opening tt all sew goods at* Spencer and Perkins. *
P. S. Parties indebted to W. II. S.
Perkins will find him at the new store
from 10 a. m. to 5 p. 111., Saturday and
Mondav after which all accounts not closed will be placed in the bands of a collector. *
The firstof the season Riverside oranges,
navel oranges and new cabbages can lie
obtained ut George Cavalsky's.
Smoke The News the best 6 ecu
Cigar in town. Only 5 cents at Geo.
Cavalsky's. *
The Vancouver Coal Mining and Land Co.,
limited, hereby give notice that any person
found cutting or removing limber from theii
land, without obtaining permission at the
Company's Office will be prosecuted.—S.
M, Robins, Suiierintendent.
Before  purchasing any groceries,  dry
goods, jewelry or any oilier  mercl Use,
consult the advertisements in the CouiuBit.
Pimbury's emulsion of Cod Liver oil
and hypopliospbiles of Lime and Soda
for coughs, colds and consumption, at
Pimbury's Medical Hal), Commercial
street.
Strangers antl others visiting Departure
rlay or East Wellinging are strictly pro
hibitcd from riding on the cars on the East
Wellington Railway.—EAST WELLINGTON COAL CO.
PERSONAL.
Tom McOoort 0! East Wellington leaves
for South America on Friday morning,
Mra. Bone, Mrs. P. JamieJon and Miss
Wilcox were passengers to Victoria by
the train yesterday.
U. W. Blggar returned In the capital
yesterday mornin;.
W. M. Wood arrived by the train yes
terday.
Mr. .1. and Mrs. Caldwell and Miss S.
WatUins returned by the train yesterday
from Victoria.
L. Rosenfieldt, of EoBenfeldt Sons, of
San Francisco, returned by the train from
Victoria yesterday.
A. Haslnm and F. Uobottom arrived by
the steamer Robert Dunsmuir yesterday.
Miss E. Dunsmuir and Miss L. Harvey
arrived by the train from Victoria yesterday.
Doaglas Herbert, of Hornby Island, ars
rived from Victoria yesterday nml leav.i-
to-day for home.
POLICE COURT.
There was another clean docket al (he
police court to-day.
FAREWELL SERVICE.
The officers of the Nanaimo corps of the
Salvation Armv will bold farewell services
to-night at tho'lnstitute Hall.
CONSIfJNBES.
Per steamer Robert Dunsmuir from
New Westminster:—Haslam ,v Lees; N.
McOuineo, Mrs. Cliff, E. Wadhams, St.
Ann's Convent and A. R. Jehnslou ,v Co.
PASSKMIPKS.
Per steamer Robl Dunsmuir from New,
Westminster.—Mrs. Cliff ami  children,
Mrs. Haslam, W. McKee.   E. Wodhatu,
.1. Moore, M. Manson, Watson, F.  Row-
botham, Stark.
meeting: at tiik rectory,
si. Paul's Church helpers arc requested
to tnecl at (he rectory on Thursday even-
instal llio usual hour.    Mr.   II.   ('.  ( !
returns to  Victoria on Saturday, having
recovered from his attack of typhoid fever.
CRUELTY TO  ANIMALS.
\ cow was lying in a lol on Halibut ton
street  yesterday  afternoon,   apparently
suffering from some severe injury. Officer 1
O'Connell thinks the animal  has been !
shot in the leg.   This is a ctse that  certainly requires attention.
PUBLIC MEETING.
A public meeting called by His Worship, tho Mayor, will be held in Hie council chamber Ibis evening al S p.m., to
consider the matter of the account rendered by Hie government against the city
for school purposes. It is hoped thai all
ratepayers will attend Ihe meeting and
express their views on the subject.
THE WALKING  HATCH,
The fifteen hoursgo-as-you please,come
n-as-yoit-can race in the Institute Hall
as finished last night, Stokes being the
Inner. Irvine was taken sick nt H:-I0
nd left the track at 10:36. Stokes ccn-
Enued to walk the specifed numler of
ours, making in all 77 miles and 2 laps
o Irvines, 71.18 during the same time.
onsiderable interest was manifested in
he match lasl night and hi Is were freely
ffercd and reatlllv taken, Stokes being
be favorite. Odds were given on Stokes
ml Irvine's friends were nol slow lo take
dvantage of the situation, of course there
ere a number of disappointed ones at
he close, and.some even hinted tbnt a
quaro match had not taken place, hut it
appeared to he conceded by most that
Irvine was completely played oul.
CAI.DWELL-WATKINB.
A pleasant event frsuispired in Victoria
last evening when Mr. .Ins. A. Caldwell
of the linn of ( nldwell A Lewis of this
citv, was united in marriage lo Miss Hat-
tie Watkins daughter of Mr. ll. WatUins,
of llio Roval hotel. The knot was tied by
Rev, I'. McF. Mcl.eod of St. Andrews
Presbyterian church, only the most Intimate friends of Ihe high contracting parlies being present. Mr. Caldwell is a
VOUng nnd rising business man, whose
friends arc legion, while his charming
bride is loved and respected by all who
have the pleasure of her acquaintance.
Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell were yesterday
the vecepient of boundless good wishes in
which the Courier most heartily joins,
and il sincerely wishes that Ihe voyage
over the matrimonial sen, may be serene I
and pleasant.
TEXADA   NEWS.
Mr. C. 1!. Miller, one nf the owners of
Ihe "Golden Slipper" lode arrived   down
from the new cldnrado last evening.   Mr.
Miller is highly elated over the  island as
a quartz district. The company has driven j
a twelve-foot drifl on Ihe above claim  and |
two additional bilges from eight to twelve
inches in width have been slrtiek.   These
ledges are mainly decomposed quart!!, but
here and there, solid quartz rich in wire
or unlive gold is found,    A pan of (he decomposed quartz   taken from   the ledges
and washed left a yellow   border   of  the
precious metal all around the pan.   This
is certainly an exceptional showing andl
there can be no doubt thai Ibis company
has one ofthe finest, if not tlie linrst lodfl
on Hie Island.   Mr. Miller alao struck a j
line ledge of copper and silver a few days j
ago, near the southern part of the island. ,
The     silver-bearing     ledge      is     aboul !
live       feet        in      width      and     pros-1
nects  excellently.    A    short   time sincei
Mr. Miller bonded several   claims (0 parties in Vancouver,   and so well   satisfied
is he over the  prospects  of  this mining
camp thnl be  has offered $200 to the parlies to whom the claims   wore bonded for
a release ol" Hie   bond.    Texada   will Tel
come lo tbe front  Mr. Miller   thinks as a
quartz ramp, the future of which  is not)
dreamed of as yd,   All that is needed is
capital   to develop  the rich   gold, silver, I
copper aud oilier ledges rich  in precious
metals which  he is certain abound there. |
tiik union minus.
Wing Kee, the contractorfer Chinese'
help, was interviewed on Tuesday by a
representative of the Times in regard lo
the number of Chinese al work in and
around lie- Union coal mines al Comox.
He says "Mr. Dunsmuir don't care; Ihe
white miner no hkee Chinese; all the
same LIU Chinamen will be al work there
in a short time."
The reporter asked—"How many went |
up Ibis morning?"
Wing Kee—"Forty-nine."
Reporter—"Will you semi any more?"
Wing Kejs—"Can't catch anymore (.'hi-1
nalucn. They belly scarce."
Reporter—"What pay do they   receive I
at the mines?"
Wing Kee—"Oh, one dollar  each   one!
day."
Reporter—''There was nonie trouble
there recently."
WingKoe—"Yes, white man no likee
Chinaman. Mr. Dunsmuir no core.   Him
' nlle same you and me.  He no like foolish
talk.   Chinamen work under ground and
all round the mine."
Wing Kee waved his band, sctn-k his
I cigar in his mouth and the interview was
over, a smile illuminated bin. countenance during tbe interview and when he
said the Chinese were "belly scarce," his
pitidei-ous sides shook with merriment in
sympathy with the first lit of laughter
which the reporter has had an attack of
since the price of coal was raised to $111 11
ton. Wing Kee weighs 21!) pounds and
is not "belly scarce."—Times.
Letters From the People,
Editor Courier—Dear Sir: 1 was
somewhat pleased to see that there is a
company formed to carry on the printing
of a daily and weekly paper for this city,
to be known as the Nanaimo CouaiaR, as
I was afraid that we were going to fall
back into the old niossback groove again
and have to rely on the Free Press (bv
name but not by actions)] as we are all
aware that it always has been on the
truer ready lo Hop the way the most
money was, and not the way that would
benefit our small city, which should have
been of nol less than 211,0011 population, il
thai paper bad taken the pari u live paper
should. I am satisfied that 1 am correct.
1 was surprised on visiting Seattle the
other day to see (be strides thai that city
lias taken since I was thereabout ten
veai-s ago. Why, would you believe that
Nanaimo al that lime was a much larger :
place than Seattle? And now they have
got a much larger city than we could ever 1
expect to have bore, unless the papers 1
work for it; and then again, 1 sec that '
Vancouver is following Ihe steps of Seattle and is lo have street cars And who
have the citizens got to thank for this bul
the live papers and Ihe energetic Mayor
and Aldermen. There is one thing t
is a great surprise lo me,
the Sound you cannot (ind
Free Press there; but you go into any
Look slore in this city and you will find
papers from Ihr American side al anytime, nnd that is the way they build up
their cities. Then, Mr. Editor, I see by
Hie Free Press of Saturday lasl that Ihe
editor was finding fault about a letter thai
vou published on Saturday morning, andl
he thinks it something dreadful to lay:
such n tiaper before our families. Why, j
Mr. Editor, I could not see anything 1
wrong in il, and"! assure you il is an everyday occurrence in the papers of England. |
even in the London Times. Why should |
the editor of the I"roe Press make such a j
mountain out of a mole-bill, when Ik
an article about two years ago
CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF!
NANAIMO, B. G.
Whereas il is expedient and desiral
raise bv way of loan, on the credit of
Municipality  ofthe City of Nanaimo
sum of $30,000 payable on the first da
July A. Ii. 10,29 with   interest al the rate
<>f nut   more  than  six per  centum   per
annum payable half yearly j to be applied
to the permanent improvement ofthe cily
'      of Nanaimo   for roads, bridges, sidcUaltis
and oilier   necessary  requirements, and, ;
1 Whereas the sum of two thousand five hundred and  fifty dollars will  hate to be raised
annually as a special rale for paying  the In-I
terest and creating a sinking fund for paying ;
I the said loan at the days ami times when the j
I game become   payable   by this by-law and,
Whereas the  total debt   of tlie said  city of
, Nanaimo is   at present $4,700 Incurred  in :
, the purchase of tne City Hall and providing !
hose    and  hydrants for fire  purposes,   and
which debt is secured by special rates imposed
j on the real estate in the said city ofNanainio, I
I *nd,
! Whereas the amount of the whole rateable
j properly ofthe cily ofNanainio is $303,855
i according to the lasl  revised assessment roll
, , of the City,   and  whereas to    raise   the  said 1
one tning tnat j vo.uly gum of (WQ lnoUianj ,-lv., hundred and
''   5*9" B°, "" ' fifty dollars, the  annual special rate upon tin- '
''''  " ' °   said rateable property will require to be eight
and one-half mills in the dollar.
Therefore, the  Mayor and Aldermen ofthe
city   ofNanainio, in council assembled enact j
as follows:—
1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor ofthe
said city to raise by way of loan, f om any
person or persons, body or bodies corporate,
who niay be willing to advance the same
upon the credit of the debentures hereinaft'
mentioned, a sum of money not exceeding in
the whole the sum of Thirty Thousand dollars
and cause the same to be paid into the hands
ofthe City Clerk or Treasurer of the said city,
and with the objects hereinbefore recited.
2, It shall be lawful for the said Mayor to
, ,, ,     ,              .  ,       ,                                     cause any number af debentures lo be   made.
nnblfthedan article about two years ago eacn (J sm.h sv|m 0, money not )eB8 ,„„„
en times worse himself, and which we one hundred do]lnr £ requlred  an(1
bad lo destroy to keep our children  from I
A. R, JOHNSTON & Co.
Gill MfifftL
BASTION STREET & GORDON'S WHARF,
NANAIMO.
A   PULL   LINK   OF
Fines!   Groceries   and   Fresh   Provisions!
KEPT   IN   STOCK.
Ships    Disbursed    and    Supplies    Furnished
FAMILIES   AND   SHIPPING   SUPPLIED.    GOODS   DELIVERED   TO   /J
PARTS    OF    CITY    AND    VICINITY.
AGENT    FOR    PACIFIC   COAST     STEAMSHIP   COMPANf
AGENT FOR THK EAST COAST STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Oppenheimer Bros.,
I* I O KT EI jE3 H
I Wholesale Grocery House,
100 and T02  Powell Street, Vancouver, B. C.
seeinglt. l'.ut perhaps ho has forgotten
bis own misdeeds; but, as be says, "people living in glass houses should not throw
stones." Then, again, I see that onr city
lathers are very nearly without funds lo
carry on street work, if the reports
in tho Free Press are correct; and still
the same paper is crying down
Hie loan by-law. Why does he
doit? II is plain enomdi to see he has
S_'ot one town lot himself and a good sidewalk lo it and he is afraid that he will
have to pay a dollar towards a sidewalk
to my propertv. It is rather narrow-
minded of him since I helped to pay lor
one lo bin property, but be has not got
"savcv" enough to Know thai he will not
live long ciioiv.rb to payback ihe loan, but
he will eet the benefit of il as it, would
make his propertv more valuable. T think
if he would lurn bis attention more lo the
health of our citv and also the Immorality
and gambling; that are carried on In the
broad daylight ntid particularly on a sabbath day' it would be better, Von can
find gambling going all dav lone, and all
night as well 1 bul Mr. Editor he shuts his
eyes to these lliincs and why! Because he
would lose a subscriber or two. Rut 1
shall lire vour patience wilh »o long a letter. I would like to say that I think it is
•lime that some one did find fault, as be
says yon are, and I hope Hint the ratepayers will cast their vole for a lonn, and
try and make our city compare with other
cities and try and open out new streets.
It is plain to see, that if Ihe streets are
opened out that buildings will follow.
Onlv look at Milton street and you will
see by the good and substantial houses
Hint arc going up al Ibe present time, and
all I Bay is, vote for the loan and build
up vein-city, and then you will find that
vou have done what should have been
done before and not take notice of any
parlv that you can see the moss on bis
back. Excuse me Mr. Editor, us I am
rambling again. Custtax.
all such debentures shall be scaled with the
seal of the Corporation of he City nf Nanaimo,
signed by the said Mayor and countersigned
by the City Clerk or Treasurer of said cily.
3, The said debentures shall be made payable in forty years from the day hereinafter
mentioned for this by-law to take effect, al
the office ol tht City Clerk or Treasurer of
ihe city of Nanaimo.
4, The said debentures shall havecoupons
attached for the payment of interest at the
rate of not more than six perccntiuu tier
annum on the amount of said debentures payable on tbe first day of January and July in
each and every year, at the office of the City
Clerk or Treasurer.
5, For the purpose of forming a sinking
fund for the payment ofthe principal of said
debentures, and interest to become due thereon, an equal special rate of eight and one-half
mills in the dollar shall, in addition to all
other rates, be raised, levied ar.d collected in
each year upon all the rateable property in
said city during the continuance of said debentures.
6, It shall be lawful for the said corporation from time to time, to repurchase any of
the said debentures, al such price or juices
as may be mutually agreed upon, and all debentures so repurchased shall be forthwith
cancelled, and no reissue of debentures, or any
debenture, shall be made in consequence of
said  repurchase.
This by-law  shall before   the final passin
thereof, receive the assent   of the   propertyg
owners of ihe said corporation, and shall take
effect on the first day of July 1SS9.
'lake notice that the above is a true c.,py
of the proposed by-law upon which the vote
of ihe municipality will be taken at the City
Hall on Mondaythe iStli day of March, 1889,
from ten o'clock a. in. to four o'clock p, in.
SAMUEL GOUGTI,
Clerk of the Municipal Council,
•Q-g 'ouiibub^ - }8ej}§ uoijseg
'osnou,8JU/y\ n.iniiu.irij j3AnoouB/\
Just    Received
AKl n\|i or—
Cooking Stoves & Ranges
BETTER THAN ANY ,N THE
MARKET,
JiislAirived! JnstArriyed
AT THE
Lion Boot & Shoe Stoi
u3?''h  will pay Ut sec them before buying
elsewhere
J.H.PLEACE,
-nr.Ai BR in-
PUBLIC   MEETING. 'JtaaaiiH uhop
Agreeably io a requisition of citizens a
public meeting is harcby called for this
Thursday evening at Ihe Council Chamber,
City Hall, at 8 o'clock, lor ihe purpose of
coi I'dcring what stops should be taken in
connection with the demand made by ihe
Local Government for the snm to defray
school expenses.
M. Hate,
Mayor.
p«9.\j|ap spoon
j^il .i.\i,|   'An;") ni|i i
■»iB8| |i) spool) flU|||a
sq pun 'ajauMOsja
IPO   'uonjoclojd out
"H|l jn *..i|iiu L tl|mjA\ BBjUip jo •i">JJ
■sasuqojiid ifEuo |pi no )uno3fitp him
»miii|[  jftqio Xuo limp s,-ijn^n
IMIil'llll 'rwflpnnp1103
|fmiJ3jnu Djoiaq  auiuioxs put
oqi mspooii j.-npo'ip- puy-
TENDERS.
Are invited fo:
story brick block
Plans and spci
Haw t horn th write
the erection of a thice-
>n Church street,Nanaima.
ifications may be seen at
and   Planta's  offi
frmn
Saturday i6tb instant to Friday 22nd instant
when tenders must he delivered at the architect's office before 12 a.ia. The lowest or
any tender not necessarily accepted.
\V,  Ridge way—Wilson,
Architect, Victoria.
p. 0. box 474.
Prospectus
"H   KOHd   SXIilS  KOO>IHHi!  (IOO   <I>I    II
■Ajja sint ohm psiJodui] uaaq j&Aa wq rm])
spoof! jo ail]| sjt|) 11; itiaiiiiifli-uo.i is.itfiiT|  flip invij ii]
"013 "013 'swnaioNn
'si3davo '3ymiNunj
jo Hupspjuoa
B^Wp *8J Y. Ill .-1AU11! 01 BpOO| JIM OM)
joj mooi n^m 01 doaip p|oa aq \\\w jbuj,
—10 M.»iis nn«vn v os'iv —
'sps J(Pd 5 raoojpag
'annxiNHn^
HARDWARE,    ST0VE3,     FAINTS,     OILS,
Victoria   Crescent,
NANAIMO,  B.C.
GOVERNMENT TELEGRAPH SERVICE,
I'L.LI
l Island of Van
■ed over, coniplct
t Brit-
, on or be-
Of a Company pi
iposed to
.1 as-
a«j«l
pwjp
pnAUJit  IMif
SEALED TENDERS addressed to the undo
and endorsed "lenders for Telegraph
tion," will be received at the Department
Works, Ottawa, up to Monday the isl day of Apr
next for tliu construction  of abOUt 54 miles   (more ii
less) of Telegraph Line along tlie new wagon roa
between Nanaimo or Departure Hay and Albeji
Settlement. Also of about 30 miles (more orlesO be
tween Cape Beale Lighthouse, to Carmenan F
near   Hunella Point on
[nh Columbia.
The work to lie deli1
fore September ist, i88q,
Each tender for one or both lines must be accompanied by mi accepted bank cheque made payable ta
the order of the Honorable the Minister of rubllc
Works, equal to five percent, of the amount of the
tender, which will he forfeited if the party declines to
enter into a contract when   railed  upon to do so, or if
he fall to complete the work contracled for. If the
tender be not accepted the cheque will be returned,
Fur Specification of construction, &C, apply to
F. c. C.atiihle, Esq., Agent, Department of Public
Works, Victoria. 1(. C.
The Department will "ot lie hound to accept the
lowesl orany lender.
fly   Order,
A. GOBEIL,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works. I
Ottawa, nth February, i88g. 1
30 Cases of the Finest and Best
Selected Stock of
BOOTS & SHOE*
Ever Imported for the
NANAIMO   TRADE.
Miners'    Strong   Sho es
Great Variety.
;    Fine Boots and Shoes
a Specialty.
LADIES' GOODS GO  IN GRKA|
VARIETY AND IN EVERY
STYLE.
In connection with this establishment will be found the
"LITTLE WONDER CIGAR STORLl
Where everything that a smoker
desires can be found.
Call and examine the above stocks at ]
get prices.
JUHjW      H.     HILBEK/]
COMMERCIAL STREET,
GENEEAL DEALERS.
Just received and will lit offered at Kastcr {
I'rices
large stock of
IU courier Prliniim and Piibltstalns Company
(LIMITED   I IAIIII.ITV.)
Capital
Artlr
$20,000, in  2,000  shares
$10 each.
PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS :
r Bullock,  l"lin HHbert and lolin
Mohrci.
THE LITTLE WONDER. TinwareWoodenware&E|ectroj
  * Plate Ware.
It acts like magic on catarrh, asthma, •	
Hay I'cvcr,
F, REV ELV,
Master.
NANAIMO    AND    COMOX.
STOTICE.
I laving disposed of Ihe type and fixtures of
ihe Nanaimo Morning Courier to ihe OOUR-
IKK Priiilir.jjsmcl Publishing Company, all accounts due the said paper will lie collected
by me, and all liabilities of the Nanaimo
Morning COURIER will be paid by mc on
presentation, ROUT. TODD,
This company is formed lor the purpose of
printing and publishing a seven column daily
morning and weekly news paper, to be known |
as Ihe Nanaimo COURIER,
The need of a first-class daily newspaper
has long been fell—a paper which will devote iiselT to advancing the social interests
and commercial prosp rily of Nanaimo district and surrounding country.
The   great   favor   which  has been shown
towards    the    present    Nanaimo    Morning
Courier, and the substantial support it has
received give ihe promoters great hopes that   «
Ihe paper  in an enlarged   form (taking  ns
rank as one of the best in the Province) can-'
not fail but meet with a pecuniary and lasting j
success. I
The object of this newspaper (being of a
non-Dolltical character) is to be entirely in- A"J w»>;.i,'"1". "."<> ™lu™ «1 «.•"..
,  '  1 ' '       j dav.   will leave Nanaimo every Friday at
dependent.
The company have entered inm agreements
to purchase tbe plant, etc., oHhc Nanaimo |
M ruing COURIER,  which agreements can be
seen at the company's office at Nanaimo.
Bronchitis,
Weak Eyes,
Ulceration
i Preventative
Never use
Trunks & Valises.]
Cold5,iBrooms and Brushes!
Lungs,'
t. Diphtheria Lamp Chimneys at 5c, Each.j
Deafness,
Sprin
)f 1 he
thesmokeball      Auctlon  salcs evcry  Saturday  evening
Will leave Victoria every
Kanaimoi calUna at Saanlcn, Bursoyhe Uay
viua Bay and Chhmftli.ua. Will leave N
every Wednesday Al 7 a.m., for
COMOX
-for
Vcsu-
laiin't
without   the Dehcllator, a companion lo the
famous Carbolic Smoke.   Enclose $3.00
lo Carbolic Sfnokc Co., P.O.Box
737, Victoria, B.C., for a set of
tbe remedies, or ask your
Druggist for them.
Mar 3—I mo
WEYMAN'S
CELEBRATED
NOTICE.
POUND    ALONG   THE    SHORE   OF
., everyTliers- (labriola  Island,   a   few logs.    Owner
by Vying expenses, and
ten days they will be sold
ses.   MARK EDGAR,
GEO. McGUFFIE,
March 9, '89—1 w
can have the san;»
t  not claimed  iii
fwr Vancouver,  am!  return the same day at 1:30 p.m.
Will leave Nanaimo every Saturday at 7 a.m.. fur
VTcforU, oal|lng at Chemalmu, Vm»vIu« Hay. Bur-1  o meet such expe
govne Bay and Saauteh,    For Freight ami Passage      (labriola Island
apply on eoard.
Mar 1—tt
CuT TobaccO'
A Kiillfsunnly just reteive(l|and|br sale by
MAYER &   Coi
RED   HOUSE.

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