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Array Government Gagettfl
Occidental Hotel.
* AMPLE ROOM
FOP.   COMMERCIAL    TRAVt.l.l.RS.
Ihe Har i- Mi|ip!i*--l with only the \t--.-\ \\\..i>,
i.i>'nors and (Jinan. Wit-laii-,'-. ( -.■IrliraieU 1'liila-
.V]-jhia Kagrr Beer on  liratigh*.
Vol. 1.
autumn
Occidental Hotel.
Fiest-t 'lass—Large Haunt.
Nicely Furiiitkeo
Special attention given to the
Lining  Department.    Charges  moderate
.1. DECKER A CO., Props.
NAMIMO B. 0., THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1889.
No. 119
Mr. Arthur Bullock Having Sold out His Business, ^   GRAND      UNITED STATES NEWS.
Will Continue His
Cost Price Sale
-I'NTII.-
Prepariug for the Great World's Exposition iu 1802-  A Boston Wool
Firm Embarrassed.
THE 1st SEPTEMBER,
In order to Reduce His Stock Prior to Stock Taking, so
REMEMBER   THIS   FACT
and get Your goods  at a Sacrifice before itis too late.
ARTHUR BULLOCK'S Crescent Store
THE   BALANCE   OF   OUR
Suns hades
SPENCER & PERKINS
Hudson's Bay Co'y,
Have Received Ex "Mennock" and "Stowe" Full Supplies
of Liquors and Provisions and Offer the Same
for Sale at Market Prices.
itof H
Ap
Nanaimo Saw Mill.
Haslem Ss Lees,
MANl'FACTl'llEIlS OP AM. KINDS OP
Rough and Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Laths and Pickets,
Doors, Windows and Blinds,
Moulding, Turning, Scroll Sawing, antl all kinals oi Wooal Kii'ialiingt
gar All orders sent to their address at  Nanainio, B.C., will have the most
prompt attention. Ap 21! HASLEM A LEES.
FOR   SALE
TWO   MILLION   BRICKS.
BY THE
PIONEER   STEAM   PRICK    YARD.
COUGHLAN (ft MASON   Propretor-3,  Victoria, B. C.
P. O.   Box, no.
A. R. JOHNSTON & Co.
BASTION STREET & GORDON'S WHARF,
NANAIMO
A   FULL   J^IIWE]   OF
Finest   Groceries   and   Fresh   Provisions
K E I' T    IN    S T 6 C K .
Ships    Disbursed    ancl    Supplies    Furnished
FAMILIES AND   SHIPPING   SUPPLIED.    GOODS   DELIVERED   TO ALL
PARTS    OF    CITY    AND   VICINITY.
A6BNT    FOR    PACIFIC   COAST    STEAMSHIP   ttOMPANY
A»ENT FOR THE EAST SCAST STRAMSHIP COMPANY
AMATEUR
CONCERT
— rSDKH  Till-   ttUBPtCFB   OF—
ONWARD   LODGE   NO.  2,1 The Polios Olaiiu They Hive  Oonclu-
X.   O.   Gr.   T., I     sive and Direot Evidence Against
— win. take place in in:— the   Orouiu Murderem,
Institute : : Hall!
  ON 	
Monday, August 11,
--- ■-
A number of the moat talented  lady
and gentleman amateurs will take part
nnal a choice programme will   he   presented.
i Three fiends   iu Human   Shape  Outrage a Widow and Her Daughters in Alabama,
_' $_
ADMISSION
trum  Minu 15 tU'iitMf
Un' k si-utN Mi cents.
Fnniier Particrlars in a few Days.
_• $_
gar Tickets may be obtained at Pimbury's nud Blakeway's drug stores, Cavalsky's store, the Ce-operative store,
Raper, Raper & Co.'s store nnd from any
member ot the committee.       Bug 1 til
815   XW.&vyet,x*cSL!!
Lost.a dark bay mare with a lew white
spots on back. She is supposed to bave
strayed in the direction of Cowichan. The
above reward will be paid to any one delivering her to R. Heyland, C. E., Nnnaimo.
W   R  ROBERTS
Watchmaker and  Jeweler,
(ollllllHrclul SI., Nannliuo, B.C-
Wo-tohoa        and       Jc
»l-
hought,  sohl and   repaired.
Specticlts   and   Eye-Glasses,
Fine G-old Wedding Rings
Ac, on hand.
NOTICE
We hereby give notice that at tho next
sitting of the License Commissioners of
the City of Nanaimo we will apply for a
license to sell wines, spirits and other
fermented liquors bv retail, at the premises situated on lot 16, block 10, Hnli-
burton street, in the City of Nnnaimo,
and to be known as the Balmoral Hotel.
3. HOUGH,
THOS. WALL.
P. GABLE,
Cigar:-: Manufacturer,
Bastion St.,
Nanaimo, b, c.
Encourage Home Industry!
Smoke the celebrated "Nanaimo Enterprise" cigar.
Best in the Market.
Encourage home industry.
Ap24
JAS, G. FAIRBUKN,
Boot & Shoemaker,
BAS REMOVED TO
BASTION    STREET
Next   Hilbert's   Furniture
Warehouse.
j^ssT-Repairing ei all kinds promptly
atended to
Ap   23-1/
John : Pulwitt
Successor to Emil Derdinger.
Practical   orseshoer
AND
GENERAL BLACKSMITH
Peck's Blacksmith  Shop.
CAVAN STREET, - NANAIMO, II. C
1 am prepared to do all kinds of General Blacksmithing nt short notice and
reasonable rates. Special attention paid
to tenderfooted, over-ranching and inter-
fearing horses.
SHOEING—Give me a call and convince yourselves. All work guaranteed
to givo satisfaction.
J.   PULWITT, -   •    -    Proprietor.
1 mo
John Weiland's Extra Pale Lager beer on
draught and ice-cold at the Central Hotel.
.MUST PAV Ft'I.I. RATE.
Chicago, Aug. 7.—lt is officially staletl
that the meeting of the Western States
Passenger Association, in progress iu
this city to-day, hns not taken up the
question of granting n one cent rate for
theU. A. R. encampment, and that it is
not probable thai any further actlou in
the matter will he considered.
SUICIDE for i.ove.
Madison, Ind., Aug. 7.—William Johnson, a well known young man, with his
sweetheart, Miss Sadie Athre, lasl night
were attending a wedding. After the
ceremony, he begged her to marry him.
This she declined to do, when ho drew a
revolver and fired, fortunately missing
her, but thinking he hail killed her
he placed the weapon to his head
and blew his own brains out, dying instantly.
CHICAGO'S EXPOSITION.
Chicago, Aug. 7.—The initial subscription towards the fair fund of (260,000 on
the part of Mr. Jos. W. Scott and a syndicate of his friends was announced at
yest2rday's session of tlie executive commission of citizens, which hns in charge
tho universal exposition of 1892.
A   LIBERAL  NKWSPAPKH.
New York, Aug. 7.—Mayor Grant re-
ceiveal to-day the first subcription toward the exhibition of 1892 in the Bhape
of the New York Sun's check for ten
thousand dollars,
FINAXCIAin.V  EllnARR"-"<RI>.
lioston, Aug. 7.—lt is reported thnt lhe
wool firm of Brown, Stees ai Clark is financially embarrassed. The firm say they
will not aSBign to-day. The lirm is composed of Gideon P. Brown, who is treasurer of the Riverside ai Oswego Mill Co.,
Edward Stees and Amos Clark.
BURKE THE MAK.
Chicago, Aug. 7.—The police authorities claim to be in possession of evidence
which proves that Burke was one of the
actual murderers of Dr. Cronin.   At the
PNiMV  all..a. aa.a_.   lata..........   ,l.w, ,      IU    ■> — Im
and Cooney were dupes of Coughlan's and
Coughlan's" bosses. They hold, therefore,
that he is not responsible for the murder,
that it grew out of Burke's and Cooney's
Irish fanaticism. A rather startling admission was made by a police captain
yesterday. He said, "We have evidence
sliowing that Dan Coughlan was in the
Carlton cottage when Dr. Cronin entered.
This evidence is not hearsay, but straight
and direct. It supplies n much needed
missing link."
About 10:30 o'clock Slates Attorney
Longnecker, Chief Iluhhnral and other
police officials, together with half a dozen
friends of Dr. Cronin, called at the
Armory and held a private conference.
The object of the visit could not he learned, but it was rumored that it had something to do with Burke's alleged promise
to reveal what he knows about the crime.
None of the officials would confirm this,
however. There was au air of mystery
about the station and all those who are
believed to be on the inside were as
dumb as oysters when approached for information.
1101,11   Ul'RMI.ARS.
Detroit, Aug. 7.—Professional cracksmen last night forced an entrance into
the Union Ticket office at the corner ef
Woodward and Jefferson avenues, ths
most prominent corner in the city, brilliantly lighted by electric lights and
passed by policemen every few minutes.
They broke open the safe securing from
$1,500 to $3,000, the exact amount not
yet being known. The robbery was so
bold that the entire police and detective
force are nonplussed.
HUMAN  FIENDS.
Birmingham, Ala., Aug. 7.—lt is reported from Crevington county that near
the place called McNeill a few nights ago.
three young men went lo n house occupied by a widow ami two grown
daughters, outraged the women and
destroyed tho furniture. They then went
to a neighboring cabin nnd outraged an
old negro, and when his son protested
they shot the voung man dead.
RIMIII   KOp BIIOHKHS.
tall-Veil   itJtlllOUH   Mllir Ut   i.HH.I  II, lie j
Throws* Open lor Settlement.
Washington, Aug. 7.—Thc titty Department has instructed thp commanding oflicer of the U. S. S. Michigan to
be present with thnt vessel at Milwaukee
during1 the encampment of the Qt. A. R.
there for August 17 to SO anal to take part
in the naval sham battle and other* ise
rromote the success of tho encampment.
nterior departme.it officials are in a
happy frame of mind to-day over the successful completion of the work of Sioux
commissioners. The following telegram
announcing the glad tidings awaited Secretary Noble on his arrival at his office
this morning.
Fort Yates, Duk., Aug. ".—Secretary
j of Interior, Washington, D. C:—We have
won the fight. We leave for Chicago tomorrow: will write you fully from Chi-
Icogo. Signed, Foster, Chairman. A
I commission composed of ex-Gov. Foster,
Major General Crook and Hon. Wm.
Warner commenced their work umong
the Indians some two weeks ago. Their
object was to secure the consent of the
Sioux Indians, numbering 22,507, lo a
surrender of about one half of their reservation of twenty-one million acres
of land to the United States government,
whicli in turn would throw it open to
public settlement. According to the
agreement just signed by the Indians,
they are to receive tor the land surrendered, about eleven million acres, $1.25
per acre tor all lands taken by homestead
settlers the first three years, 75 cents per
acre for all land taken  during the next
two years, ami 50 cents per acre for all
lands takeu subsequently. At the expiration of ten years, should there remain
tiny land not sold lo settlers, the government   agrees   to   pay   them     50   cents
, per acre for it. The money received for
the land the government will hold in
trust for the Indians and invest three
millions at once in Cnited States five per
cent, bonds, the interest of which will be
I devoted to the support of the Indians,
one-half of the interest of this three mil-
! lion dollar fund to be devoted to promoting education among Indians. The total
amount received for land surrendered is,
us it comes to us, to be helal by the government for the benefit of the Indians,
they to receive interest from us for their
advancement in civilization and support,
nnd such part of the principal as the
Secretary of the Interior, from time to
time, may think necessary for their maintenance. At the expiration of fifty years
what is left of the fund iB to be divided
among the Indians per capita- The agreement further provides that any surrender
of lands shall be divided into
tl reservations as follows: Rosebud,
Cheyenne ltiver, Crow Creek, Lower
Brule, Pine Ridge and Standing Rock.
The portion of the 11 million acres restored to the public domain makes a Hlice
between the Cheyenne River reservation
on the north and the Rosebud reservation
on the south. Secretary Noble is so well
pleased with the work of the commission
that he has .sent them telegrams of congratulations and has forwarded government posters by telegram to the president at Hay Harbor. No doubt is expressed, thatCongress.when it assembles,
will ratify the work of the Commission.
LAB0B TROUBLES.
Struggle of the Wage Earners Throughout the World to Obtain au
Honest Livelihood.
Allen     l.lussi-niowera   In    IViiii»i I-
s hiiIii—Tlie Coke Troubles Ik.
the lulled X,mis.
Washington, Aug. 7.—A report has
been received at tho treasury department
from Walter Lynn, United States district
attorney at Pittsburg, in regard to twenty
English glass-blowers alleged to have
been brought to this country in violation
of the alien contract labor law. Mr.
Lynn states, he is satisfied, after making
the investigations requested by the Secretary of the Treasury, that the law waa
violated. He will delay action in the
matter pending instructions from Secretary Windoni, as to what course he shall
pursue. The glass-blowers are employed
in the glass works of Chambers & McKeil
at Jeannette, Pa.
STRIKE OF COKERS.
Scotdah", Pa., Aug. 7.—There were
several important accessions to the
ranks of the striking cokers to-day.
There are but two or three   very   small
5fo acts of violence are 'report iro'iii 'tiny
quarter to-day. McClure A Co. this afternoon withdrew their offer of 6,'jj per cent.
advance. Thc A. C. FrykeCoke Co. lost
several thousand dollars in coke bttrnpd
up in thc ovens.
CANNOT AGREE,
Chicago, An*;. 7.—W. P. Rend, Lyman
J. Jones, and C. E. Williams, who were
appointed a committee of arbitration to
settle the mine trouble at Streator, Ills.,
announced to-day that they were unable
to agree and presented seperate propositions for the consideration o.' those
concerned.
A conference between the mine
owners nnd men will be held to settle, if
possible, the (''(Terence existing between
them.
Scotdalo, Pa., Aug. 7.—The Charlotte
furnace at this place banked down to-day
on account of having no coke, and 130
men wsre thrown out of work.
NO COKE TRAINS.
The Pennsylvania railroad company
have suspended all coke train cars on thc
Southwestern branch. A number of
finances and other industries in Western Pennsylvania will shortly he compelled to shut down on account of the
shortago of the coke supply.
Employees of the J. M. Schoonniakcr
Coke Co. at Alice, .Timtown, Sterling nnd
Redstone, haTe, it is said, accepted the
company's offer of Bix and n quarter per
cent, advance, but it is not known when
the men will return to work. A monstrous mass meeting was hold *« this
town to-dny.
CIUAI.M 'KI K>.
New York, Aug. 7.—The general dissatisfaction among cigarmnkers of this
city has resulted in strikes at several factories nnd the trouble is spreading. The
men claim that the tenement houses
which were choked for a time hy enactment of a law on the subject, are again
in lull switi'i ond that wages hip alown lo
the starvation point.
ni'TERMINKD STRIKERS,
Brnddook, Pa., Auk. 7.—An atti'iupl
whs uiade to-day to hreak the strike at
the Carrie furnace hy bringing in new
men. Several had been driven awav
during the morning. At 13:80 oVlock
others got off Ihe Irain at Keating Station and were met by deputies. The
strikers followed and opened lire with a
vollev of stones. This not having tbe
desired effect, pistols were used ami one
of the deputies was shot. The extent of
his injuries could not be ascertained.
strikers' firm axi> Will. WIN.
Scotdale, Pn., Aug. 7.—Cokers at Ihe
Redstone works of J. M. Schootimaher,
joined the strikers this morning, this, together with the information that operators at Gallitsen had granted the advance
asked for, filled tho strikers with joy and
renewed their confidence. At noon
Frick ai Co. were in secret conference
with the leaders of the strikers. It is reported that Flick ai Co. have offered au
advance of 10 per cent, over former
wages, but that the strikers will not accept the terms. To-day's offer, however,
in 33*-3 per cent, of an advance over thai
made yesterday. It is also reporteal that
McClure A Co. have asked for a compromise on a 10 per cent, advance, but
this, it iB said, will also be refused.
About 10,000 strikers are now present
at the mass meeting. Uniform prices
are demanded ior all grades of labor.
There is not a car of coke to be bad in
the entire region. Several of the steel
works iu Illinois are badly crippled hy
the strike.
G. H. Blakeway ai Co. received a large
consignment of drugs, chemicals aud perfumes yeBterdav. jy81-lm.
EUROPEAN NEWS.
The Courts Refuse the Applioatiou for
a  Writ  of Habeas  Corpus in
tbe Oonybsare Case.
A Former Attaohe of the Freucb f'ur-
eigu Office   Arrested  an a
Qeruiau Spy.
Mrs. Maybriok found Guilty and Sou-
tanced to Death.—Indignation
Over the Verdict.
from tie boat; Charlotte Crocker, Miss
McLean, a Mend, and engineer Peter
( oaluierie, were badly burned. Mr.
Crocker is superintendent of the New
York Central stockyards ut Kast Buffalo,
and Ibe three children killed belong to
him.
EXPLOSION of CHEMICAL!,.
Si. Louis Aug. 7.—liy the explosion of
chemicals u.seal in preparing fireworks for
a spea'tacular production of ''The SiPkeof
Sehastapool" which occured at 11:80 to-
day ut Kensington Hardens in the Western part- of Ihe cily, two men, John
.Smith and Dick Lightner were seriously,
perhaps fatally, humeri and $f>00 worth
ol property destroyed.
 ■     <*E>     1	
«>•>■ iii:k iiva-ii ik-i.
WRIT REFUSED.
Dublin, Aug. 7.—Court has refused the
application for a writ of habeas corpus in
the case of Charles Conybeare, member
of Parliament, who was sentenced to
three months' imprisonment for conspiring to oppose the law.
SUPPOSED   UERUAN   SPT.
Paris, Aug. 7.—Captain Rulac,formerly
a member of the staff of Uenernl Boulanger, and subsequently attached to the
foreign office, has heen arrested on a
charge of being a German spy.
iir:tain and oermanv to combine.
London, Aug. 7.—Emperor William
aud his brother Prince Henry, in company with the Prince of Wales, inspected
the Royal Yacht Squadron to-day, and
afterwards dined together on board the
rcyal yacht. The Prince of Wales warmly toasted the Emperor and expressed
his confidence that the great German
army and British fleet would together
succeed in preserving the pence of the
world. The Emperor respomling Bpoke
in high praise of the British fleet, which
he said was the finest in the world. Germany, he contended, had an army fully
equal to her wants, and if the British
fleet as fully met the demands of the
great British Empire.     Europe could re-
?;ard these two as the most important
actors in the preservation of pence.
a royai. brtrothal.
Cet.tinge, Aug. 7.—PrinceflB Anastasia,
daughter of Prince Nikita of Montenegro,
has heen betrothed to Duke George of
Leichtenberg.
GLADSTONE WILL QO TO PARIS.
London, Aug. 7.—It is aunounceil that
Gladstone will lenve for Paris in a few
days tn visit the exposition.
WILL MOVE 1'0 ADJOURN.
Paris, Aug. 7.—When the senate meets
and organizes as a court for the trial of
Boulangist members, the Right will
move an adjournment.
.....   .la.. liltH K   OAtUS.
Mn.  May brut    found   «>illlv   nnd
Sentenced   10    Deat*.»J(ntent,e
feeling Against the Verdict.
By ..leu.11, ul Forger)  he Nucceede In
obmiuliig Over »aoo,ooo.
Minneapolis, Aug. 7.—.1. S. Blaiudell,
whose name has beeu forced lo notes
j lo the amouni of nearly $300,000 has
j placed his case in Ihe hands ef Attorney
; F. F. Davis, anil the latter hns been busy
i with it for two days. Yesterday he was
loiked in his private office with three
detectives ull day long, A reporter culled
at his house this evening but Mr. Davis
refused to see him.
lt is made public te-niglit lhat J.
Collom.of Rock wood ai Collom, attorneys, of No. 220, Temple Court, is the
forger who has signed the name of John
S. Blalsdell, to numerous notes. The
forgeries are extenaleil over a period of
more than a year, and thc ill-gotten
money has been spent in speculation.
Collom has a'onfesseil his crime and says
he hns no desire to defend himselt. He
simply awaits the penitentiary. The
forger has been BlaiBilell's attorney and
was thus enabled to have nccess to his
papers. An opportunity which he used
for his schemes. He is about thirty-five
years of age. The young man was kept
a prisoner last night at the office of Attorney F. F. Davis, wlio was retained iu
the interests of tbe Security Bank, which
holds a good deal of the forged paper.
Other hanks and merchants are also said
to be involved.
Liverpool, Auu. 7.—The jury in the
case of Mrs. Florence Maybrick has
found her guilty of the murder of her
husband, and she was sentenced to
death. The judge, in passing sentence,
said there was strong evidence as to the
motive of the killing, and thc prisoner's
adultery made a great deal of lyin-;
necessary. She wrote to Brierley that
her husband wns "sick unto death" on
the very day the doctors fully expected he
would recover. This lie said was very
important and showed that there wai.
reason to believe the prisoner wanted to
get rid oi her husband and live with her
paramour.
London, Aug. 8.—London papers this
morning give feeble approval of the verdict of guilty against Mrs. Maybrick.
The Times holds that enough evidence
has been presented on the side of the accused to make her a'ase one for the
earnest consideration of the Home Office.
The announcement of the verdict of
guilty in the Maybrick case causes greal
excitement among all classes of people
here who have heen watching the trial
with intense interest. Afler the verdict
became known thousands of people assembled around the entrance to the
court room nnal waited fnr the departure
of the judge ami as sc iu as he made hir
appearance ho was greeted with howls of
rage and the hooting of thi,crowd was
kept up lor a lonj. time. 1'hc j were in-
cessant cries of "shame" an ' an attac.
upon Ihe judge's carriage was ouly prevented by thc active interference of the
police, i'eeling in Liverpool against the
verdict is intense and steps have been
taken to secure a stay of execution on the
ground ol Ihe discovery of further medical evidence. «
HI IIIIVI'S!.
-ituii.-ri.'is    OnsilRlties    1 |..a„     ii,e
(>. 1,111 nml on lhe I.1.111I.
THREE   MEN   DBOWNRB.
Norfolk, Va., Aug. 7.—The old Dominion line steamship < lid Dominion ran into
and sunk the sloop Klla May in Norfolk
harbor this morning. The sloop's crew of
three men were drowned.
TRAINS   TEI.KKI'OPE.
Bradford, Pa., Aug. 7.—A bad wreck
occurred on the Western   New  York at
Pennsylvania railroads Ihis morning, at
Hi o'clock. In front of the depot nt El-
drcd a construction train bad backed up
lauded wilh Italians and steel rails. Iu
a few months a freight trnin tliat was due
came thundering along and before the
brakes could he set crashed into tlie construction train. The rails and cars were
twisted in all shapes, two of the oars were
thrown in such a niaiineras to demolish
the front 01 the depot. Thive Italians
were crushed in lhe debris, one had both
legs crushed ami will alie.
FATAL   EXPLOSION   ON   A   YACHT.
Ihifliilo, Aug 7.—At -l o'clock this
afternoon while tbe yacht Cedar Kiatge.
owned by Mr. L. L. Crocker, uf East.
Buffalo, was being not ready for a trip
down the river, and just ns the engineer
had started the lire, two explosions occurred iu rapid succession, The yacht nt
01.ee took fire ami burned to the'water's
edge. Of those on board the following
were Rilled: Libel and Lucy Crocker,
two girls, burned, nnd Howard Crocker,
a boy drowned ; John Robertson, a carpenter working on the aloek, was hnmed
to death   bv his   boat   house  taking lire
Rifle meeting-.
S|i)e.i:il tu the Cue.is..]
New Westminster, Aug. 7.—A splendid
day greeted the marksmen, but very
soon the smoke, whicli did not clear away
became so thick (hat firing bad to be suspended for a short time.
Competition No. 3, was completed at
4:30 p. m,
WINNERS.
lst-Pte Proud, N. W. R., Vi.
2nd—Corp. Winsby, B. C G. A., tl,
3rd—Pte J. Chamberlain, N. W. H.M.
4th-PteH. C. Chamberlain, N. W.
R., 88.
5th—Pte Fooks, N. W. R., 86,
(Ith—Lt Cotton, N. W. R., 84.
7th—Gunner Newberry. B. C. G. A.,
82.
8th—Pte Fraser, ti. W. VI., 79.
9th—Gunner Cornish (C Battery) 78.
Ths *:,.„* .,.,.... ... ..^..,,..n*:*:«- to.    c   ;.
now completed.
A  . *
To  Whom It may Concern.
Mr. Bullock must request all people
who are indebted to him to call and settle
tbeir accounts before the 23rd of August
or he will be compelled to put the accounts in his lawyer's hands for collection. •
■ o > a.
Fnnernl.
The funeral ef Rose Jane Robinson,
daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. Chas. Robinson, took place yesterday from the residence of her parents. Rev. G. H.
Morden, Methodist minister, conducted
the funeral service.
What a Bar Did.
A few days ago a horse attached to a
express wagon   went   racing   past   tl
Grand   -Pacific.    The  animal  had   ev,
dently been feeding and became frig 11
med, for he had no bit In his mouth 11:.
tis bridle hung on hia neck.    As there
■.way  rushed   furiously  across   Clai
at root and west on Jackson a young I..
lumped forward, caught the tailboard 1
the wagon and climbed In.   He had 1.
•ooner got there than the vehicle stru.:
I cab and careened sufficiently to thr..
•lie  boy  out   He  picked  himself  1
-uickly and climbed back once more 1  1,1
the wagon.   While the horse waa si
running at full speed the boy ventu.
out on to the shafts, reached the hor..'
tiend and managed to stop the anho .
;;tt before Fifth avenue was roach. ,
r»o policemen stood on the corner nl
Jackson and Clark and saw the hor
rush by, but made only slight effortu 1
■jj^ck him.   For all this one of the buhl
bluecoats said to the other: "That wus .
.•irave attempt you made to stop tli. 1
horse, Jim;  your life  <t~as  In dam-i 1
every minute."   "That's true, Oan, tha, -
amo; and I never would have had Un
.-(Mirage to do what I did had I not sM.fi
the bravery you showed first,    tt wa
vonr example that gavo me the grit
And  the guardians of the public |ait
their clubs besides tlieir noeee and smile, I
knowingly at each other.—Chicago Her
-dd. 	
Another Eg*E Experiment.
Make a very small hole in each end of
a fresh egg, and, after blowing out lhe
content's, close one end with a bit of seal
ing wax. Cut two pieces of cloth in the
shape of the body of a fish, and sew them
together on the edges, so as to make a
pointed bag. Put some sand into this
(or ballast The mouth of the bag must
be exactly the size of the egg, which Is to
bo fastened into it with sealing wax or
glue, to form the head of the fish. Having prepared it in this way, paint two
eyes on tbe egg with black paint, aud
the magic Ash is ready to be put into a
jar of water. Tlie weight of the sand hi
ihe bag must be euch that the fish will
Boat on the surface If left to Itself, but
so that a very light touch will cause il
to sink. Cover the jar tightly with a
piece of India rubber, or any other watei
proof flexible substance. When a band
is laid on the covering the pressure
transmitted to the liquid will cause a
little water to enter the egg, and the fish
will dive; the heavier the pressure the
more quickly it will plunge. Reman,
the pressure from the India rubber an. ■.
the compressed air In tba egg will for,.
It out of the water and the fish will com
to the surface again.—Christian Union THE :-: NANAIMO
AN INDEPENDENT  NEWSPAPER,
J. J. Shinabarger Editor and Proprietor
TIU'USDAY   AUGUST   S, 188K.
Mr. James O'Neil is authorized on behalf of the Nanainio Cocrier Io canvass
lor subscriptions, advertising, receive
payments and give receipts for the same
in the citv of Victoria.
COURIER F"**u or •*»*•
- The food •yjiich is most enjoyed .u.tjbe
food we call bread and f'ruit. U all my
long medical career, extending over
forty years, I have rarely known an instance in which a child has not preferred
fruit to animal food. I have many times
beeu called upon to treat children for
stomachic disorders induced by pressing
upon tbem animal to the exclusion of
fruit diet, and have seen the best results
occur from the practice of reverting to | ENGLISH and CANADIAN MI'.KCHAN-
TKAMia\(i
QKbKKS Kills DRAYAGK OR I'EAMINC
v left .it tlie Excelsior Bakery, Commercial sira-aa,
ni Mansou's sinra", Haliburton Btreet, aaill receive
lomiu attention m moderate rates.
A.  ANDERSON,
All.crt Slreet,
April c—11 N'analmo, ll.a'.
James XX-etx-ST-oyr
IMPORTER OF
Sir. John  Currie
half of tha' Nanaiiiu
for subscriptions,
give receipts for tin
is authorized on be-
Courier to canvass
eaa'ive payments and
same in Wellington.
IKEI.AYIt'S    F.XODUS-
I .RAOl AMY    but    surely     llu
Slates is draining Ireland
population, and while already
more Irish in America than in
United
of      its
there are
^^^^^^ Ireland,
the time will come  when   there   will  he
few of  this race left in  their  native isle.
As an index of  lhe annual  exodus, the
number of emigrants who lefl Ireland in
18*18,11' given lo   ihe American consul
ai   Belfast,   i* suggestive,    liis report
shows that the number of emigrants embarked  al   Irish pons during lhat lime,
was 79.211   nl whom 41,007   were  males
and 87,51*1   were  females.,    nf lhe  total
number of emigrants, IMJ,00H, or s.'i per
cent, went to the I'uiled States.    Eighty
per cent, of all emigrants were between
the ages of lo ami '15, lhc percentage
over that age lieing 111, and of children
under 15 years, 100. Over forty thousand of the bread winners of the country
left the soil of Iheir birth to become
citizens of a foreign country, an army
larger than Washington ever commanded,
larger than lhat with which Cirsar
conquered Great Britain. The number
was equal to the papulation of a large
city. Suppose Ihe forty thousand men]
included in this estimate should earn bul i
$200 a year apiece. The loss to Ireland !
in a financial way would be appalling.
But what of Ihe loss in human sentiment, in the love of home shattered, in |
the cherished memories of birth-place, of | Ihey  infinitely   preferred   the   simpler,
the graves of children, of the hopes oli purer, and, as it seemed to them, more
the early life, ot Ihe buried affection  for
the land of their nativity
thoughts which make so dear "the land
the use of fruit in the dietary. I say it
without the least prejudice, as a lesson
learned from simple experience, that thai
most natural diet for the young, after
tho natural milk diet, is fruit and wholo
meal brpail, with milk and water for
drink.
The desire for this same mode of sustenance is often continued into afteryears,
us if the resort to flesh were a forced
unal artificial feeding, whicli required
long aud persistent habit to establish its
permanency as a part of the system of
every day life. How strongly this preference taste for fruit over animal food prevails is shown by the simple fact of the
retention of these foods in the mouth.
Fruit is retained to he tasteal anal relished. Animal food, lo use a common
phrase, is "bolted.'' There i.s a natural
ih»sire to retain the delicious fruit for full
mastication, there is no suoh alesire, except in the trained gourmand, for tlie retention of animal substance. One further
fact which 1 have observed—und that
ton often to discard il. as a fact of great
moment—is that when a i>ersoii of mature years has, for a time, given up voluntarily lhe use of animal food in fuvor
uf vegetable, the sense of repugnance to
animal food is soon so markedly developed thai a return to it is overcome with
lhe utmost difficulty
Neither is this n mere fancy or fad peculiar to sensitive men or over sentimental women. 1 have been surprised
to see it manifested in men who were
the very reverse of sentimental, aud who
were, in fact, quite nsliamed to admit
themselves guilty of any such weakness.
I have heard those who, gono over from
a ini-veal diet of animal and vegetable
food to a pure vegetable diet, speak of
feeling low under the new system, and
declare that they must needs givo it up
in consequence; but I have found even
these (without exception) declare   that
DISK.
Commercial Street, Nanaimo,   II. C.
FOE .SALE.
A thoroughbred
need 1:.' months.
CoVRISR office.
Irish
Prioi
Terrier   bitch
f25,    Apply
jy 25-tf.
In   the  Supreme Court of British
Columbia.
In Chambers.   Before the Honorable Mr.
Justice Crease.
In the mutter of a proposed action between Arthur lit'*,-.,-,--*. Plaintiff,
ami
Ki'hkaim Hodoson, Defendant.
Upon hearing Mr. E, E. Woollen as of
Counsel lor the I'laintill', anil upon reading the affidavit of Arthur Bullock, sworn
lhc  25th  dnv of Julv,   A. D.. 1880, and
Inly filed.
E. V. BODWELL
Real Estate Broker,
Anal iietieral Agent, Conveyancer,
Notary Public, fill-.
! City Property, Suburban'JProperty nnd
Farm Lands for sale on best terms.
Correspondence Solicited.
CORNER CORDOVA at CAMPilE STS.
VANCOUVER, B. .
A    JONES,
Real Estate ami Insurance Agent
GOVERNMENT      STREET,
Victoria,   *Q    O
WANTED.
A house in the middle ward with live
rooms, in good locality. Address (iM. M."
Courier Office.
MARYMONT BROS.,
DKA1 KkS    IN
NANAIMO TELEPHONE COMPANY i
It is ordered that awritof summons IVI ,,,,    „„J    [*" 1 II        i
may issue herein against Eplirnim llodg-1 \AU     '\\](\     \N(\\]l].\U\\l\
son, and that service of such writ be ef-1 m "    tluu    MVWUU 11(11111
GOODS.
fected by posting a copy thereof and of
this order ni the Law Courts, Victoria,
aiid'the Supreme Court House,Nanaimo,
and by publication thereof in the Nanni-
tntAFree Peess for a period of one week,
and that Ibe defendant do appear lo the
said wril within eight alays after such
posting and publishing aforesaid shall he
good and sufficient service of the writ of
summons herein.
HENRY P. l'KI.LKW (Hl'.ASK, .1.
Dated :10th day of July. 188!).
All Kinds of Goods Bought,
Sold  and Exchanged.
VICTORIA CRESCENT,
Opposite Provincial Hotel.
IN TIIK
-ITRI'Ml* COURT OF ltlUT-
ISH COLUMBIA,
where 1 was horn?" This exodus is a
necessity, nol a voluntary abandonment
of native soil. Nature was lavish iu gifts
to Ireland. Its soil is fertile, ils climate
ideal. The wealth of the mine, the
river, the harvest, are spread with
generous hand, but thev are graaped and
garnered by alien hands and expended in
alien hands.
.!/ TSCELLANEOUS NOTES.
natural, food plucked  from the prime
! source of food—untainted by its passage
' "' the """'on j through another animal body.-nichard-
son in Longman's Magazine.
The Vicioria Timet, which is generally
pretty correct in regard to politics in
Ihe Capital city, says that public opinion
seems to agree that Mr. D. W. Higgins
will be the next Speaker ef lhe Loi'al
House. We should very much like lo get
Mr. Higgins' opinion of this. He is not
,1... r,nli,l,.jan wt think he is il heacoepte-
'Vr. congratulate friend Mcl.agau. of
the Vancouver World, upon the enlargement of his paper to an eight-column
sheet. lie states lhat this step was made
necessary by the increased strain upon
its advertising space, whicli is a sdre
sign of the paper's prosperity aad popularity. The World is now the largest
daily paper published in Canada west
of Winnipeg. It is well edited and well
printed, and we wish it continued success. Mac. is a rattling good newspaper
man, and we know of no one more deserving than he is.
The English syndicate that is operating
in the United States is daily becoming
more active, So far it has bought
up all the grist Mills in the country, all
the salt wells, all the breweries and all
the ballet girls. Il is not generally
known that the syndicate is composed of
the Prince of Wales, Mr. Gladstone and
Archdeacon Farrar. The next, purchase
will be the theatres, alter which, one by
one, the agents of these gentlemen will
buy all the beer gardens, all the saw
mills, the Conemaugh lish pond, Ignatius
Donnelly, all the newspapers, all the
railroads, New Jersey, John L. Sullivan
and the United Slates Congress.
The increase of lunacy in the United
Kingdom is attributed by an anti-British
journal in Toronto to emigration being
checked. This would hardly account for
thc simultaneous increase of lunacy in
Canada and the much greater proportionate increase in the United States. The
truth is that in these and otlier countries
the brain suffers from ttiots extreme aud
especially morn conliniious, devotion to
business, with all its cares and excitements, and consequently the effect is
most netrlceabl* in the I'nited States,
where the excessive strain is greatest, or
at least most general. Migration or its
restriction cannot simultaneously increase
the number of lunatics in the countries of
emigration and immigration. Any stick
is, however, good enough for an anti-
Brit.sh Canadian journal to use against
the Mother Country.—Em pi ee.
VVIuit   isa   toil-.'
In an interesting letter to Science. II.
A. Hazen of Washington,giveB some interesting and valuable particular, respecting the properties and nature of fog.
He says that it is admitted that fog is
simply cloud composed of water ilust or
solid minute spheres of water from 1-7,000
to 1-10,00 oi an inch in diameter Jmany of
an inch in diameter. Many havejsuppos-
ed thata dust particle must'be the nucleus
for each sphere' but aexaiuination under
a microscope of evaporated fog has proved
that such is not the case Briefly stated,
the cause of fog is as follows :It is essential that there be no wind. Tlie sky
must be clear. The air must be saturated
or nearly so. The formation of fog is a
purely mechanical process unaccompanied with heat.—Neif  Yuri- lleenhl.
 ■».	
DR. A. C. WEST. DIIVIISI.
OI Victoria, will be in Nanaimo on the
I'Oth of each month   and   remain three
days.     Office   Private   Parlor,   Central
Hotel. _ jyWMm
John Weiland's Extra PalcLager Beeron
draught and ice-cold at Ibe Central Hotel.
Oiling the Shear..
Standing in a prominent hardware
store the other day, the Stroller watched
a lady purchase a pair of shears. She
decided upon the size and style desired
and tried four or five pairs, rejecting them all because, Bhe said, they
"squeaked." But she was finally suited
with a pair that didn't "Bqueak" and
went her way. As the accepted pair
happened to bo one of those flrst refused, tho salesman was asked how the
metamorphosis was effected. "That,"
said he, "is one of the very Bimplest secrets of tlie mnn wlio sells shears. Observe this." Ho picked up a pair of
scissors which "squeaked" wofully when
worked. Then he ran his thumb and
forefinger thoughtfully down the side of ! The Plaintiff's claim isiWSOO upon a
his nose and rubbed them over the scis-| hon-I lo secure payment of $1,000, and
sors, which camo together as gently and ! the Plaintiff claimj  " ''
amis the sum of
taxationl'for costs. II* the amount he
paid lo the Plaintiff or his Solicitor or
Agent within  four days from the servic
Between Arthur Hit.luck. Plaintiff,
ami
EriiRAlM lloiiosuN. Dafeiiilanl.
Victoria, by the Grace of Cod, ofthe
United Kingdom »f Great Britain and
Ireland, Queeri, Defender of the Faith.
To  Ephraiin   Hodgson, formerly of the
lown of Nanaimo:
We command you that within eight days
after the service ol this Writ on you, inclusive of the day of such service, you
cause on appearance to be entered for you
in an action at the suit of Arthur Bullock.
Anal take notice that in default of your
so doing the Plaintiff may proceed therein
and judgment may be given in your absence.
Witness,
Sin Matthew Baii.i.ie BttOBIE,
Knight, Chief Justice.
The 80th day of July. 18811.
The Defendant may appear hereto by
entering an appearance either personally
or by Solicitor at the otlice of the Registrar ol the Court of Victoria.
ti, B.—This writ is to be served within
twelve calendar months from the date
thereof, or if renewed, within six calendar months from the date of such last renewal, including the day of such date,nud
not afterwards.
Contractor and Builder.
sors, which camo together as gently and \ the Plaintiff claims $500.
--'•ThaCs- all'-tnet* %*« *4g>J& \ A^h-tmnfA
"You see, there is always a little oil collected in tho corners on the outside of
your nostrils. Scrub your nose as hard
as you will, tbe oil will be back tbere in
live minutes. So when a customer comes
in, tries a pair of shears and complains
that they squeak and come together hard,
we can oil them up and make them
run smooth without exciting suspicion.
What was the oil put on tho noso fori!
To help the hardware man out, I suppose. But then what I have told you is
a good thing for all nervous peoplo who [
don't like squeaky shears to know."—
Chicago Journal.
At the North Cape.
At Tromsoe, the sheltered capital of!
northeru Norway, our steamer remained
just long enough to allow us to visit an
interesting encampment of Lapps, and
their reindeer in the neighborhood. The
company we visited had pitched their
tents on the side of the mountain, and
about a dozen or more seemed to live
comfortably enough in a space we might
portion off for so many hens and chickens. Both men and women were remarkably Bhort, seldom moro than four
feet high, with eyes wide apart, and flat
expressionless faces.
They woro reindeer garments, with
leather boots up to tho knee, and bright
colored hats in form of sou'westcrs on
their tangled locks. At our request the
men called loudly to the Lapp-in-chief,
who was waiting for a summons upon
the hills to bring down his herd of reindeer, and very soon tho cries of the dogi
and the rattling of the horns of the deer
wero to be heard, as the beautiful creatures answered to the call of their master and bounded down tho hillsides toward us. The patriarchal Lapp, after
wo had made a few vain attempts at exchanging courtesies, signified he expected
a handsomo donation for his trouble, and
on saying "good by," wo noticed that
the Norwegian sailors who (accompanied
us eacli gave his coin In turn, it being
considered unlucky to part with a Lapp
without offering some small gift.—Temple Bar.
Oil of Birch Coat* Money.
Recently there was sent from Norwich
to New York five two gallon tin cans
filled with oil ot black birch, whloh was
manufactured in Bozrah by John Miner.
It is worth |80 a gallon, and the five cans
contained 158 pounds of oil, valued nt
(800, or a little over (5 a pound.
Black birch trees do not yield oil as
the maple trees run sap. There is work
in getting the tender twigs, and labor in
the process of extracting the oil. One
ton of twigs yields just three pounds of
oil, and it took nearly fifty-three tons of
twigs to yield the ten gallons. This oil
Is used in giving the wintergreen flavor
to confections of all kinds.—New London Telegraph.
I hereof, further proceedings will bo Btuyod.
;    This Writ was issued by Charles Wil-
| son, Broughton street, Victoria, Solicitor
for said I'laitiliU'.who resides nt Nanaimo,
B.C.
FIRST BAN K
-    K. i Alill-iN I' h    IN
REPAIRS.
OFFICE*'
AND    SHOP
•SPECIALTY.
KITTING
Nanaimo, li, C, P.
Mny lo—I i
(). Box, IM.
Palace Hotel.
Skimier Street, Nanaimo.B.C.
HINDMAESH & PETERS, -  - Props.
The Only FIRST-CLASS HOUSEHu Ih. Oity.
gar Sample Room for use of Commercial Travellers.
Only  while help employed.
Garesche Green & Co.
Viotoria,   *B.   O.
A general Banking business transacted
Telegraphic Transfers nnd Drafts on the
Eastern Provinces,'Great Britain and the
United States. Collections promptly
attended to. Agents for Wells, Fargo at
i Company.
| HENRY    J     CRESSWELL,
ARCHITECT,
AND REAL ESTATE AGENT,
6 BA8TION  SQUARE, VIOTORIA, R, O,
J. l. cawthoWe;
OF THE
Lansdowne   Brewery
baa engaged a man iom ^an Francis-JO
and is now with hi*! new outfit ready to
to serve tlie public with the very best
Beer Ale .md Porter.
Or. 1*11 p.—2b Cornhill
i PrnncUco, Portltindi OrM
-•stmii*-.ler, Viincmiv***-, ;*■'.
IKaiiilr-nps.
Ag-etltM  .nui   rorrPN|ioiHlt'fllH:
In Canada—Tha Haul.- uf Montreal ami branch*-*,
Um inn Si a ins—Agent > Bank t-f Montreal, $9 Wall
I     I
Street, New York;"— Haul, of Munlrtal, ChlCAgO.
*tn KiNOOOM****fl*Mik of British Columbia, t
nJ.il], Londanl National Provir.clal Hank of
England] North and Bouth W*1m Bank]
Hriti-.ii Linen Company*!  Bank I?
Hank of Ireland.
, China, Jm
ii;   ant!    I
^^^^ >Australia, New /cUmi Hvng
Kong   and   Shanghai    Hank    Cur-jor-ition—
Charier-*-.   Bank of India, Australia ami
China- Kngli-.li, Sc-jtli-.il jnd Au-stra*
Itan  Chartf-rc-l   Hunk,   Hank  of
Australasia      Omniertial
Hank Co., of Sydney.
am.  S
M'TH    Am Kit Ka — Lt
im and South Aim*
ulm
II.
Telagraphic Trantfan and Rawlttincei to and f**----
alt points can be made throngb till* Hani: at
current  ratis.
 THK	
PIRBMEN'S
PICNIC
 Will lie held on	
THE 10th OF AUGUST,
NOTICE
Foresters Picnic Ground
For Sale!
ALL persons are warned that. Samuel
Greer has no right or title to any !
portion of
LOT SK6, GROUP I,
j New Westminster District, and any sales
purporting to be made by him of any j
I portion ofthe said lot. will he void.
noNAi.n A. Smith.
For
R. B. Angus.
I. M. BROWNING.
Commissioner.
Vancouver, Julv 'ia. 1889.    jy 30 lis
t'OMMKHl'lAI,    "*'*'
Th. Liirgeut snd Bail Hot.I ia tli    OltT.
II.   .Willi*•<     . I'KtIP
N'ANAlMt,, n.e.
Just Arrived!
THIS SEASONS CATCH
300 Kits, Kegs
and Half-Barrels
OOLACHANS.
San J nan and Saanich Limo, I'ortland
, cement,    luster of Paris and Brick.   for
l mile Iiv
A. li. JOHNSTON A CO.
Mny 15—1 mo
POODLE DOG RESTAURANT
NANAIMO, B. C.
P.  .Jamieson, Prop.
Oysters,   Cakes, Jellies,   Ice   Cream,   lllanc
Mange, aVc,    The orly White Labor
Restaurant in Town.    Meals
from  2C c*nts up.
llTNION CREDIT AND PROTECTIVE
Association—Headquarters, 455 Main
! U Htreet, Winnipeg, Man. For collec
tion of old and worthless accounts an y
i whero in tlie world, and no charge if not
1 collected. 0. B. Collins, Manager and
| Treasurer. K. PftRRY Mills, Solicitor,
j Victoria, B.C.
NOTICE.
For Sample a d Price Apply to
A. R. Johnston & Co.
aug 3-lino
All my debtors are herewith warned
that unless they pay what amount of
money they owe mc within the time
spesified in yesterday's paper, they will
tbe sue'd  Hit next County Court.
JAMB* MARTET.
1—J II Pleace, Hardware Stoic.
2—E Quennell, Butcher.
il—E  Pimbury,  a":  Co., Druggists and
Chemists.
4—Old Flag Inn, J K Jenkins.
5—Nanaimo Hospital,
tl—Provincial Government Office.
7—Johnston & Co's Wharf.
8—Shamrock Livery Stables.
11—Railroad or Telegraph Office.
10—Bank of British Columbia.
11—New Vancouver Coal Co.
12—Dr. E A Praeger's Office.
18—Jas Harvey's Store.
1-1—Commercial Hotel, Sabiston at   Wilcox.
15—Hirst Brothers' Store.
10—Johnston A Co's Store.
17—Free Press Printing Office.
18—1. X. L. Livery Stables.
19—Haslem A Lees' Saw Mill.
20—J Mitchel. Soda Water Works.
21—Tom Bell, Fruit Store.
22—City Clerk's Office.
23—J H Hilbert, Cigar Store.
24—Mrs. Gauthier.
211—Dunsmuir A Son's Office, Departure
Bay.
27—J Hosltin's Store.
28—Dr. Walkem's Residence, East   Wellington.
20—Bast  Wellington Coal   Co's OHice,
Bast Wellington.
UO—John Hilbert, Furniture Dealer.
31—Couiiier Office.
32—Walter Wilson's Store.
33—A Mayer A Co.
34—M Manson's Residence.
35—N E P Society's Store.
30—Dr. L. T. Davis' Residence.
37—J Decker, Occidental Hotel.
38—Crate's Blacksmith Shop.
39—B McMillan's Residence.
40—East Wellington Wharf.
41—R Hoyland'B Residence.
42—E Quennell's Farm.
43—The Delmonico Hotel.
44_T Wall, Wellington Hotel.
45—Central Hotel.
40—J Mahrer's Brewery.
47—J Mahrer's new Residence.
IS—P Sabiston's Residence.
New Dairy & Creamery
BUTTER
Iu small tubs, suitable for Families
and Hotels.
-ALSO-
FruitJars
(If nil sizes, for sale by
A.R.J0HNST0N
A COMPANY.
CALDWELL & LEWIS,;
Tailors I
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CALDWELL & LEWIS,
Commercial Street
Nanaimo,  K. C
AND    HOUSE,
&    INSLEY,    Proprietors.
Strictly Kirst'Clas..   Accommodation Ior 1.5 (laicals.
Convemtnt 10 Railway Station and Steamship Dock.
CORNER OK;HASTINGS St GRANVILLE
STREETS,  VANCOUVER.  B.  C.
*3*'EC'EI
EfflSIOH
Opposite Italian Hotel, Haliburton Street
R H.KOWE,Frop.
Constnntly on hand a full assortment ot
Choice Meat & Vevetables
delivered to all parts of the city
Meal
G.
free of charge.
w
BIGGER
VICTORIA.    B. 0.,
—WILL UIVK—
m
rayon,
-IN-
Indian Inkor WaterColor9
TKe BEST WORK on the Pacific
Coast at
NEW
YORK
TRICES.
Great  Transcontinental   Route
Northern Pacific Rail'y
Via the  Cascade  Division  now completed,
making it the Shortest,  Rest
and   Quickest.
The Diaing Car Line. The Direct Route.
No Delays, Fastest Trains, Lowest Riles
to Chicago and all Points East. Tickets
sold to all Prominent points throughout the
East and South-East.
Tiikohqh Pullman
SLEIiriNC
Dbawino-Room
*:ars.
Reservalioas can he secured in Advance.
To East-Bonud
apls-im
Cosmopolitan  Market,
tKiinmercial Slreet, lt'-iuin**, B.C.
xn.   c?xj*Ei*iNr*iNrBiXjiX..
—ALWAYS—
A    CHOICE   ASSORTMENT
OF TH8*-~INB8T
MEATS    AND    VEGETABLES
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tirat-class Cabinet Photos for *3.00 per
dozen. Views of residences anal nil kinds
of viewing at reduced prices. And to
keep money from going to other cities
will take payment in trade from any
business man in the city.
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J* B   NORGATK,
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HE HAS HEARD MORE AFTER DINNER   *   DETECTIVE   ON    THE   PECULIARI
SPEECHES THAN ANY OTHER MAN. T|ES   0F   HIS   CALLING.
Ills Keiitinlsa'ulict's of Distinguished Diners.
Chui-les Dickens Was n Itcaaly Speaker.
Brongtlt Out tlio I'rlnro nr Wales—Dining; .r,,P00 Doctors.
"Are you still the city toastniaster?"
"No.   I gave up my post some timeago,
but I am the queen's bailiff at the central criminal court, and am one of Iho
oldest servants of the corporation."
"How  many   dinners   havo you  put
through in your official capacity':"
"Four thousand and ninety."
•Most of the great speakers you have
heard take something lo kee**,their voico
in trim?"
"Well, Disraeli, lor instance, always
had liis butler behind him with a bottle
of egg and sherry, which lie had ready
mixed. Mr. Gladstone, 1 have noticed,
takes sherry, but no egg. The Prince of
Wales, he likes hock and champagne.
The Duke of Edinburgh, his servant always brings his special brand with him
-a Russian champagne."
ALL THE CItOWNKD HEADS.
•Well, Mr. Darker, you havoccrluiiily
beard  moro after dinner speeches  than j
any  man  living.    Will you offer some |
criticisms?"
"Well, I supposo Charles Dickens was
as ready a speaker as I ever heard. The
words flowed out liko a stream, but ho
was not what I call a good after dinner
speaker, becauso ho was so interesting
that you wished he would go on forever
Now, that don't do lor ine, you know,
for I have to stand by with the watch."
"The 'stop' watch, oh?"
'Yes; I've stopped Mr. Gladstone before today." This In a confidential whisper.
"You don't say so."
'A fact. When he is too long I have
spoken into his ear, 'T-i-m-o, sirl t-I-ni-e,'
and then ho slacks up. With ordinary
men I say it to tho 'chair,' not to let the
room hear me, you know. I never stop
a man at a charity dinner It doesn't
do."
"Is the Prince of Wales a good speaker?'
"A glorious fellow. If I had only a
sovereign in tho world and ho wanted
it, he Bhould havo it. Why, I brought
him out in '63, nnd stood behind him
many a time and oft. Does ho speak
from notes? Not in speaking of himself,
never. Ho has a slip of paper to show
the order of the toasts, that's all.
What's his favorite dish? Well, hu likes
dainties en caisse, en papillot, larks, lobsters, oysters. Ho is very fond uf those."
"Well, now, who aro tho most famous
peoplo you havo attended?" Mr. Ilnrker
looked hurt and his lingers fumbled irritably with his wliito tie as ho proceeded:
"Why, nearly nil tho crowned heads
in Europe. The queen, to begin with.
Then I brought out tbo Princo of Wales
in 1803, and all bis hrothersand his sons,
tho emperor of Austria, tho late czar
and tho present czar, the lato Emperor
Frederick, the Emperor Napoleon—why,
I remember swearing in the late emperor
of tho French as a special juryman at
the Old Bailey when he was nobody.
Did ho serve? Just liko anybody else.
He had to servo by tho law of tho land.
COACHINCl THE PRINCESS.
"Then I claim to bo the person who
lirst induced tho Princess of Wales to
make a speech in public. I was standing behind her, n good many years ago;
it was at n charity dinner or luncheon,
and her speech was going to bo read by
her secretary. I ventured to say: 'If
your royal highness would only say a
word yourself it would mako all the
difference,' nnd sho did. The Baroness
Burdett-Coutts, too, f induced to speak
whon she opened Columbia market."
"Well, you heard about your successor
who couldn't pronounce Massachusetts?
What is the most difficult namo you
ever had to tackle?"
"The Madagascar envoy's. They were
cautions. 'Riandriandrianivo,' as near
ns I can remember it," said Mr. Barker. 'Rain and rain and dry again,'
as Punch called it. Tlie biggest number
I think I ever did was 5,000 foreign doctors who dined nt tho Guildhall, and
they said I didn't mako one mistake."
"What preparation had you for your
onerous duties?"
"In 1844 I shipped with Sir John Ross
for tlie Antarctic expedition, Wo wintered twice in 70 (legs, south; then we
went to China, Australia, New Zealand,
Tasmania, getting remounts for tho regiments engaged in the Indian mutiny. I
had joined tho commissariat then. I
came homo in the fifties, nnd served
through tho Crimean war."
"Any wounds?"
"A bullet In my leg, a gun carriago
crushed my ribs, nnd a Blice of my chin
cut off with a saber. Pretty tough, eh?
I have twenty-six medals and orders, and
my collection of autographs is not to be
beaten, I think, for I have 000 cabinet
portraits of all the famous mon and women for thirty years past, with autographs attached."
"By the wny, what are your fees?"
"Two guineas for a city dinner and ten
guineas if I travel."
"And your uniform?"
"Well, evening dress as often as not
now. In tho good old days I wore n
beautiful velvet dress, with knee breeches
and silver decorations, whicli cost £200,
But the city can't spend money like they
used to do. They are watched by the
newspapers."—Pall Mall Gazette.
Somo Curious Misnomer..
Arabic figures were invented by tho
Indians, not by the Arabs.
Dutch clocks are not of Dutch, but
German (deutsch) manufacture
Irish stew h a dish unknown in Ireland.
Baffin's bay is no bay at all.
Catgut is the gut of sheep, not of cats.
Down is used instead of a-down and
utterly perverts its meaning. Tho Saxon
dun is a hill, uud a-dun is its opposite, a
descent. Going down st airs really means
going up stairs We ought properly to
say "going a-down." - Detroit Free
IVees.
Hotv rreneh, English anil American Thief
Takers Work Their Pockets—Shadowing
llank Clerks —The Different Metlioils—A
Tea,- Cases Iteelle.l.
Ono of tlio best known detective! in the
United States sat in tlio lobby of the Windsor
hotel yesterday afternoon, and alter rejieated
solicitation by a reporter for Tbe Times, consented to talk about llio business.
"Thero Is all tbo iliffcrenco in tlio world," he
said,'"between tbo methods used by tbe secret service agents of different countries.
Peoplo who read French novels have au idea
that tho disguises spoken of in them ns being
worn by tho Lecocqsof tho different stories
aro something utterly untruo.   Strange ns it
; may seem, however, it is true.
"A French detectivo who cannot so dis-
' guise himself that his superior cannot recognize him could not liud employment in any
detective bureau. Tho disguises aro avonder-
ful, too, anil oven tho strong light of day
d*0W8 no imperfections in them.
THE DIFFEIIENCE IN METHODS.
"There aro two sorts of detectives In
Franco—stato detectives and tbo municipal
Dr city force. Among tbo former no ono
knoavs who his fellow aletectives are, and as
they never work in pairs tbo necessity for
knowing each other is not so great. The
working of tho French bureau is very thorough und moro liko tbo American method
than tbo English.
"Tho latter uovor tbink of disguising themselves, and go to work openly. If a bank is
robbed in Frauco a new assistant teller or
clerk appears iu tho bauk a day or so after-
ward—ho is a detective, of course, nnd where
in England tho detectives would bo called in
in front of nil tb© employes and ask tbem all
maimer of questions, tho French would say
uotbing, anal nothing more avould probably
be beard of tho robbery until tho thief was
caught.
"Tho English hnvo u great system of stool
pigeons. Among tho vicious of all classes,
aialo and female, are always thoso to be
found who, for tho sako of being protected in
a certain way, carry all tbo news of the
crooked work dono among tho swell mobsmen, as high class thieves aro called, to Scotland Yard, whero is situated tbo criminal investigation bureau, if 'Horry tbo Swell' Is
flashing a great deal of money about, the
fact is at onco reported to tho police, and if
any largo forgery or robbery has recently occurred, 'Harry tbo Swell' is liable to prove an
alibi. Insido tbe great portico of Scotland
Yard is a largo caso containing tbe photographs of all tho detectives employed by
Iho bureau, and tbo crooks or thieves can
havo freo access at any timo to study tho
faces of thoso who nro liable to bo after thorn
at some future time. This stool pigeon eys-
tom is not used much in America, as tho police do not put muoh faith iu it.
"In Franco or England, if tho employo of
a big banking house is suspected of irregularities bis habits aro watched and tbo facts as-
certaineal, while in America a mau will be
set upon tho track of tho supposed thief, make
bis acquaintance and ingratiate himself into
tbo suspected man's confidence. Ho will
spend as much or moro money thatt the suspect, and will go into auy dissipation with
him. In the event of irregularities iu any
largo concern tho American detectivo becomes
an employo of tbo corporation—whether as a
porter or a director of a bank. Tho clew aud
tbo avorkiug up of it is mado much moro of
by an American than by any one else. He
will jump at conclusions from a faint something, and frequently hit the mark, where
tho stolid Britisher would bo stumbling in
tho dark.
"To bo a good detective a man must be
possessed of courage, brains aud coolness,
Thero is no mystery, however impenetrable
it may appear, but what can be solved if the
right methods are employed. There was a
cose I remember in Chicago some years ago.
"A well known business man was found
murdered ouo morning iu his olllco. The
crirno had evidently been committed the
night before, for the body had been cold a
long time, and tho man's family had waited
for hhn to como to his homo the evening previous. His valuables had been taken, tho
sate had been rifled, and beyond the ghastly
bullet hole in tho back of tho man's head,
thero wns nothing to indicate with what the
crime had been committed. No pistol could
bo found.
"I was put on tbe case aud reasouod that
as tho robbery was evidently committed for
gain tho murderer must be in poor circuni-
stoncea I visited all tho pawn shops In the
city, and found that fivo revolvers had been
pawned between 0 o'clock tho previous evening and tho morning. Three were 45 caliber, tbo slzo evidently used to kill the man.
Two of the men woro well dressed and tho
other wasn't. Tho latter was described to
mo, and I took the pawnbroker down to tho
different railway depots whero trains wero
leaving. Wo went through three trains, and
finally located tbo man in a smoking car. I
arrested him, anal much of tbe dead man's
property was found iu bis possession. It's
not much of a story—if tho man hadn't
pawned the pistol he would certainly have
got off, but it shows how much little things
.mount to, and will givo you nn Idea of how
* detectivo will go to work.
"Those who are intrusted with tho handling
iif large sums of money aro frequently
rratched by detectives, particularly if any
noney is missing from the institution. Bank
-lorks aro part ioularly liable to be kopt uuder
surveillance. Nat long ago a leak was known
to exist in one of tho bunks of this city.
Every clerk wan shadowed by a detective until finally tho thief was discovered. Hi.
mother mado good his defalcation, and being
'of good family,' bo was permitted to 'resign.'
"Tho lifo of a detectivo is startling enough,
but it gets tiresome and monotonous, and I
expect soon to ivtiro. 1 remember one case
that happened In New York. A very swell
reception was given by ono of tbo leaders of
society. One of the guests had left a valuable solitaire In the ladies' dressing room ou
ths washstaud, end, forgetting it, had left It
On ber return to find it, it had of courso dis-
appeared. Nobody knew whero lt was. The
bunks of nil tbo servants were searched, but
uo trace could ba, found of the jewel, which
was worth about $4,000. I finally found it
whero lt bad been pawned for tSOO in a pawn,
shop by a French woman. I took tho visiting list of tho hostess and finally, after a
week's search, found that ono of tho guests, a
rich woman, had a French maid, and that sho
had gone to Europe shortly after the recep
tion.
"I had to wait for her return, tnndo tbe
acquaintance of tbo maid, and to .la her to
the pawnbroker's where ho identified her.
She confessed and her mistress redeomod the
diamonds and paid all expenses, f nover told
on her.
"You soo also that pawnbrokers are Important factors in our business, and that they
oi'o frequently of servico in detecting crime.
Still, pawnbrokers oncourago robbers, for if
there wero uo shops tbo temptation to steal
would not be so groat
"It'slasingular business in everyway," continued tbo thief taker. "Fascinating in many
ways, but, liko everything else, ono gets tired
of it"—Denver Times.
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CONTAGIOUS DISEASES BY-LAW.1889
Whereas it is Expedient for the Better
Prevestion ofthe Spread of Diseases
in the Oity of Nanaimo to Repeal
the Oontagious Diseases
By-Law, 1888,
lie 11 Therefore Enacted by the Mayor uud council of the Corporal Ion
nl ih,' < in  of Nauaimo, aa
follows!
1. Tho Contagious Diseases By-Law,
1S88, is hereby repealed.
2. Contagious und infectious discuses
umler this by-law shall mean Scarlet
Fever, Diphtheria, Small 1'ox. Typhus
Fever and Cholera (Asiatic).
1!. It shall he the duty of every practicing medical man in the city to notify the
Mayor, Oity Clerk, Medical Officer ol
Health, or "some member ol the City
Council in writing of every case of con-
tagious or infectious disease in the city
within twelve hours after the existence
of such disease shall come to his knowledge, and should any such medical man
refuse or neglect to comply with the requirements of this section, he shall for
every such offence be liable to a line in
any sum not Ipbs tbnn *•*> and not exceeding $100.
4. It shall be and is hereby made the
duty of the owner, or occupant of every
house, store, building or tenement in the
city wherein any pei'Bon mny have the
small pox or otlier infectious or contagious disease to give notice in writing to
the Mayor, Medical Oflicer of Health, or
City Clerk of the same, within twelve
hours niter the existence of Baid disease
shall come to his or her knowledge, and
should any person fail, neglect or refuse
to comply"with the requirements of this
section, boor she shall for every such
oll'enee he liable to a fine in any sum not
less than *0 and not exceeding -flOO.
5. It shall be and is hereby made the
duty of the owner or occupant of every
bouse, store or building, or tenement in
the city wherein any person may have
the small pox or any other infectious or
contagious diseaBe or diseases to give notice to the public immediately of the existence of such disease, in such house,
store, building or tenement, by placing a
yellow flag in some conspicuous place
on the premises (when considered necessary by thc Medical Officer of Health),
where it may be seen by persons
passing on the street near suid premises, and in case the owner or occupant
of such houBB, store, building, or tenement shall fail or neglect to place such
flag as aforesaid, it is hereby made tlie
duty of the City Clerk as soon as he is
informed oi the existence of such disease in any house, store, building or
tenement to cause such flag to be placed
as aforesaid, and such flag, whether
placed as aforesaid by such owner or
occupant, or by order of the Mayor or
City Clerk shall remain there until such
person having such disease shall have so
far recovered that no danger by infection shall remain, nnd any person having neglected or failed to place such flag
as is herein required or having taken
down or destroyed bucIi flag when so
planted before the removal of all danger
by infection (the time for removal to be
determined by the Medical Officer of
Health, appointed by resolution of the
Council) snail upon conviction be fined
llicrofas' iu any Bum not loss than $5 and
not exceeding $100.
li. No person having any contagious
or infectious disease shall go out in pub-
lie, or pass from house to house, or
building to building, or appear or be, on
any street, alley, or other public place in
tbe city, until be or she shall have is
far recovered from such disease as to preclude all danger of infection, and if any
City Constable shall see or be informed
of any person violating this section, it
shall be hia duty to take or catiBe such
person to be taken forthwith! to bis or
her place of residence, if within the city,
and if such residence is not within tbe
city, then to such place as the Mayor or
Medical Officer of Health may direct;
any person violating any of the provisions of this section shall be liable to a fino
in any sum not less than $6 and not exceeding $100.
7. The occupant of any house, store,
building or tenement in the city wherein
any person may have been sick of any bucIi
diseases shall, on the death or recovery of
such person from bucIi disease forthwith
destroy by burning or burying the clothes
worn or used by such person during such
sickness, or by taking such other precautions as the Medical Officer shall deem
necessary, and shall cleanse nnd purify
the room and house, store, tenement or
building in which such sick person was
confined in such manner ns shall be directed by the Medical Officer of Health,
and any person who shall neglect or refuse to comply with the provisions of
this section shall be fined in any sum
not less than $5 nnd not exceeding $100,
8. No perBon attending upon or otherwise coming in contact with any person
affected with any contagious or infections disease in such n manner or to such
an extent as to i ender him liable to communicate tho disease shall go upon any
of the public streets in the City of Nannimo or in any way mingle with people
not affected with the disease in said city,
but the provisions of this section are not
to npplv to physicians.
II. No person shnll drive or use any
vehicle or suffer or permit any vehicle
belonging to him or her, or under his or
hor ebarge or control to be alii veil o, used
in or through the city forthe conveyance,
transportation or removal of any person
Infected with smallpox or any other contagious or infectious disease or the body
ol' anv person wbo may die of smallpox
or any other contagious or infectious
disease, without tbe written conBCnt of
the Medical Officer of Health, nor drive
or suffer, or permit the vehicle to be used
or driven for the purpose aforesaid.
10. No person shall uso or drive or
permit any vehicle authorized by the
written consent of the Medical Oflicer of
Health, to convey, transport or remove
persons infected with the smallpox or
any other contagious or infectious disease,
or the bodies ot persons who may die of
Binnllpox or any other contagious or infectious disease, to be used or driveu for
tlie conveyance, transportation or removal of persons uninfected with small
pox witout tlie written consent of the
Medical Officer of Heath.
11. Whenever a case oi small pox or
cholera Bhall exist in any hoiiBe or tenement within the city and for any reason
thc person affected is not removed to
some isolated building or hospital, it
shall be the duty of the Medical Officer
of Health, when alirected by tho Mayor or
the City Clerk, to place some competent
person i n charge of such premises.whose
■ I ul v it shall be to Bee that the provisions
of Sees. 6 and 8 are strictly observed, so
long as may bo deemed licceBBary for the
public safety, nnd until no danger from
contact can reasonably bo apprehended.
12. No person shall remove a small
pox patient from any house or place
within the City limits to any other house
or place without the permission of the
Medical Officer of Health.
18. I'he Judical Officer of Health is
hereby prohibited from removing or authorizing the removal of any small pox
patient from any place in the city to any
other place except to a Hospital or building specially provided by the Mayor and
Council.
14. The Medical Officer ol Health shall
have power during the prevalence of an
epidemic to fumigate and disinfect any
premises which in his judgment require
disinfecting.
15, No person in whose house any contagious or infectious disease exists shall
expose for Bale or sell any article of food
or a'lothing until his premises shall have
been disinfected as laid down in Section
7, or until the Medical Officer of Health
shall certify that no danger to the public
health will' ensue.
10. It b1if.11 be lawful for the Medical
Officer of Health to prohibit parents or
guardians in whose house a oontagious
or infectious disease exists, from sending
their children to school until such times
as all danger of their spreading infection
or contagion shall have passed, and in
the event of this prohibition being neglected they shall be subject to the penalties contained in section 17 oi this lly-
Law.
17. Any person failing to comply w'.tM
or who shall violate any of tbe provisions of sections 8, anal any person failing
to comply with, or wbo shall
violate anv of the provisions ol
sections II, "10, 11, 12, 16, 10, of this bylaw shall bo punished in a summary way
hy a line not less than $!i anil not ext'ced-
ing $100 or by imprisonment not exceeding one month at the discretion of any
Justice or Justices of the Peace having
jurisdiction within the Municipality,
such imprisonment to cense upon payment of the line and costs.
18. This By-Law may be cited for all
Purposes ns the "Contagious Disease Bv-
,aw, 1889." ;
Passed by the Municipal Council this
22nd day of July, 1889.
Affirmed by the Municipal Council thiB
29th day of July, 1889.
M. Bats, Mayor.
S. Bough, C. M. 0.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
Railway
THE TRUE
Transcontinental Route
BBTWBEN   THF
Pacific : e \d . the : Atlantic !
Its passenger equipment is the finest in the
world, consisting of LUXURIOUS SLEEPING
Cars having Drawing, Smoking and Hath
Roo i-s; Comfortable and Clean Colonist
Cars, with Free Sleeping Berths for holders
of second-class ticketRj and most modern
style of day coaches.
ITS   DINING    CAKS    AND   HOTELS!
provide the best quality of food in unlimited
quantity at reasonable ratei.
THE VARIETY AND CRANDEUR   OF
SCENERY
along its line is unequalled, and in the details of track, train service, etc, nothing is
omit tea that can add to the Safety and Comfort of its patrons, Ail in aJl, it gives the
best and most serviceable line of travel,
whether for business ur pleasure, between
Portland. Tacoma, Seattle, Victoria, and all
Pacific Coast Points, and Winnipeg, Minneapolis, St. Paul, Chicago, St. Louis, Ottawa,
Toronto, Montreal, Boston, New Vork and
all Eastern Cities.
THROUGH    TICKETS
nre   issued  to all principal points in   the
United States, Canada anal Europe,   at the
Lowest Rates.
ROUT.   IRVING,   freight  and    Passenger
Agent, Gov'. St., Vicioria.
A. E, PLANTA, Tick..! Agenl, Nanainio.
I). E, BROWN, D. I. and Passenger Agent.
Vancouver.
Columbia - Carriage - Works
Hastings Street, East  of Carroll,
1 hi-, extent'ive establiitune*-.' lias ju*-t opened.     A large and until-wdectad a\t&ck*lt        .  -
Carriages,    Kug-gies,    Suckboads,
WII.I. BE KEPT IN .STOCK ANI, MADE IO ORDER.
HORSE-SHOEING.  S"w
■   * Mm.'     if-■ lit. iv   .i,,.i
Uircd  lhe   best  -.tioer  on the  (ca.ii, thi-, depart inehl  will he made a
ulllllUi >uc-,wuiy.     We  ("iiarm.Ice to   prevent  lionet,   iron*   interfering   "f   ever-reaching
I.alflh    HOJtSI.H ■ ,'.- ,.: and treated un the latest approved -irinciplets.
DPP A PINT        Repairing iu all its bnwch-M,ai --ell as fMl.VliM-;, IMiMMlM), Etc., dune with
11111111111111.        neaineh-* and at moderate prices.     Light and Heavy IOi;M\..s of every detuiptio u
attended to.     i>S.tver>'| department  will receive the personal supervision -A our -Mr. Mi. N AliK, an old ** *■•
perienced workman, \.ell am' favoraLU- known in many parts ofthe Dominion.
A.   T.   McNABE   &   Co.
GARESCHE   GREEN & CO.,
BA3VKLERS,
Government Street
Victoria. B. C.
Deposits Received in Gold,Silver and U.S. Currency,    lute:est paid ou ibe name
ou lime deposits;.
Gold Dust aud U. ,'J. Currency purchased ut hit/hem market rates.
taV Sight Drafts aual Telegraphic Transfers op Sin   Prailoiwio, New Vork and
Cauiialii.
lOxohange on Loudou available iu nil parts of Eiiiop,',  Euglaud.  Ireland uud
Scotland.
I.etteri o( Credit issued on the principal Citi-s nl Ihi- United Kim™. I.'unuilii and
Europe.
.W Agents for  Wells,  Fargr   \  Co. jE*
BRITISH COLUMBIA STEAM BAKERY,
NESBITT, DICK   ON Ac CO. P> -,;;, iotorv
roBT  STREET, A30*" IE   DOUaL...-'
Arrowroot,
Assorted Jumbles,
Assorted Tlngers,
Abernothy,
Cabin,
Coffee Cake,
Cheese Biscuits,
Currant Tops
Olnger Snaps,
Graham Wafers.
Olnger Cake,
Family Pilot.
Pancy Mixed.
Fruit Blser,
Iced Olnger Bread.
Ioed Sultana.
t einon Snaps,
Lemon  Biscuit,
New Vork Snaus,
Oai Moal.
Pilot.
Perkins..
HiuM Mixed,
Soda Crack*.»
Sued Biscuit,
Sugar Crackers
Spice   Juinaj.es.
Sufiar  Cu"-.!,.^
Sultana Biscuit,
Vanilla Cream.
Wine.
Etc., Ktc.
Esouimalt  & Nanaimn
Railway.
TIME    CARD    No.    IO.
TO TAKE EFFECT AT 8:10 A. M.J.ON SATURDAY, MARCH  30th, ,889, TRAINS
RUN ON*PAClFIC]STANDAR
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UN SAU ItllAVN AM, sIMlAVS.
Keturii tickets will be issueal betavaieu nl, points
for a sinttlo fare gooal for return Monilay.
Rtlatm ticka'ls for one ami a lialf ordinary fare may
tic puichaseil dailv 10 fill points, goml for three ilays
Including th. 'lav of issue.
No return tiisets issileil f,.r a sinafli' fare avlii'll
such fare is a., ca'nls.
Through rates lielaaeen Victoria and l'.i.i..i,\
R. DUNSMUIR, President;
fllOS. HUN IKK, I'.eneral Supe'     ei.ileiu;
1". K. PRIOR,General Prelum and PaiMaitMi
Aue,i, ■
Price List Furnished. Orders piumptly attended to.   Ask vm.r n, r„„.
orNHSBITT. DICKSON & CO.'S Biscuits. V        °    °e'
BRITISH COLUMBIA
DIRECTOK8
TlIOfflAS ALLSOP.
HENRI- 8. MASOW,
CUVLEH A. HOLLAND,
•   56 New
. Broad St.
ihe business of ALLSOP  & MASON Am. #.»»« ~.~.~-j .,
above Company ««& uAUbe^fricTonbytVe CoZp^ny0^ thu
dateat a tfeneral Land Investment and Instmsnt^Ag^icy
MtlNFY Til I (IAN °* •*■»»"---**■* *t low bate..
IflIIlib I    I II  LUHIt Town Lais and Farming Laudl fat
•Ale ob emty terms.
WA.NTED.
j A furnished room by a respectable
[gentleman in a quiet neighborhood, not
too far from the Courier office, AddtttS*
stating terms with and without  board,
I (two meals and luncheon) to J. J. S„
I Courier  office.    City  references   for*
1 niehed.
Dr: J.   Collis    Browne*)
Om.ORODYNK.
THF ORIGINAL ami ONLY uKNUINK
Advice to invalids—If you vnaft to ODttUn
quiet refreshing Bleep, free from headache,
relief from pain and anguish, lo calm and
assuage the weary achings of protracted
disease, invigorate the nervous media, and
regulate the circulating systems ofthe body,
you will provide yourself with tnat marvellous remedy discovered by Dr. J. Cullis
Browne (late Army Medical Staff), tu which
he gave the name of CHLORODYNE, and
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
Diarrhcea, and is the only specific in Cholera
and Dysentery.
CHLORODYNE effectually cuts short all
attacks uf Epilepsy, Hysteria, Palpitation
and Spasms.
CHLORODYNE is the unly palliative in
Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gout, Cancer,
Toothache, Meningitis, &: , Sec,
From Symes & Co., Pharmaceutical
Chemists Medical Hall, Simla, January 5th,
1880: To J. T. Davenport, Esq., 33 Great
Russell Street, Bloomsbury, Londun, Deai
Sir:—We embrace this opportunity of congratulating you upon the wide-spread reputation this justly esteemed medicine, Dr. J.
Collis Jrowne's Chlorodyne, has earned for
itself, not only in Hindustan, but all over
the East. As a remedy of general utility,
we much question whether a better is imported into the country, and we shall be
glad to hear of its finding a place in every
Anglu-Indian home. The other brands, we
are happy to say, are now relegated to the
native bazaars, and judging from their salel
we fancy their sojurn there will be but
evanescent. We could multiply instance*
infinitum of the extraordinary efficacy of
Dr. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne in Diarrha*%
and and Dysentery Spasms, Cramps,
Neuralgia, the Vomiting uf Pregnancy, and
an. general Sedative, that have utc-irred
und^r our personal observation during man)
years. In Choleraic Diarrhoea, and even if
the more terrible forms of Cholera itself, wc
have witnessed its controlling power. We
have never used '.ny other form of this
medicine than Collis Browne's, from a firm
conviction that it is decidedly ihe best, and
also from a sense of duty we owe tu the proj
fessiun and the public, as we nre ofthe
opinion tnat the substitution of any other
than Collis Browne's, is A DELIBERATE
BREACH OF FAITH ON THE PART
OF THE CHEMIST TO PRESCRIBE
AND PATIENT ALIKE. We are sir,
faithfully yours, Symes & Co., Members of
the Pharm. Society of Great Britain, His
Excel.ancy the Viceroy's Chemists.
CAUTION .--Vice-Cnaiicellor Sir VV.
Page Wood stated thnt Dr. J, Collis Browne
was, undoubtedly, the inventor uf Chlorodyne; that the story ofthe defendant, Fret
man, was deliberately untrue, which, lie
regretted to say, had been sworn to —See
"The Times, "July 13, 1884.
Sold in buttles at is. ikjd., 26. Qd., 4s.
6d., and lis. each. None is genuine without the words "Dr. J. Collis Browr--.'.*.
Chlorodyne" on the Government stamp,
Overwhelming medical testimony accompanies each bottle.
Caution—Beware of Piracy and Imita-
tins.
Sole Manufactures J. T. Davenport, 33
11 re.it Russell   Street,   Bloi•ii,t*burv    I-onilon
PHYSICIANS
STEAMER SERVICE.
[Between  Nanainio anal  Vancouver.)
STYAMER Rainbow.
Arrives    al     Nanaimo     Tuesdays—Leaved
Nanaimo Wednesalay niorninr..
Trains leave Nanainio fur Victoria.   904 a m
 Welling-
ton,      12:29 "*• M.
" arrive in    " from Victoria    12:20 r. M
 Welling-
<0"'       8:e5 *• M-
On Saturdays an extra train leaves Nanaimo for Victoria at 1156 p. M. A train also
leaves Victoria for Niuaimo, arriving here
at 6:55 r. ,m.. anal leu-en for Wellington at
10:15 p. m,
POSTAL SERVICE.
Mails close daily for Victoria
and  way  stations	
Arrive     12
a a. m.
Close for Wellington...
Kor Comox, Alberni anal
way Stations every Wednesday 	
11:45 *• M,
7  P. M,
G. H. BLAKEWAY &C0.
IMPORTING AND  DISPENSING
CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS.
The Nanaimo Pharmacy
s'OMMERCIAI.   STREET.
Physician Prescriptions carefully compounded
Country orders promptlv at I ended lo.
Canadian Pacific Nav. Oo.
[LIMITKD
TIME   TABLE   Uo.   xo.
TAKING.   FFECT FEBRUARY i-it.i^.
BURRARD  INLET   KQUTE.
VICTORIA   TO Vancouve-r -ii.-l   Mowdyvillc   dmil.
-*xr*--jt Monday, at 4 o'clock.
VANCOUVER TO Victoria, daily, «*ccoi Monday,
ai   13:13 o'clock  or  on   llu*  iirrival of tlie C. I*.
Hallway Train.
PUGET SOUND ROUTE.
S.S. PREMIER will leave a» follows--Vaii-aM,ver
I p. in., Mondays mid I'liur.day*, reiuruin-f
leaves Seattle Wednesdays and Sa»rJay**u6
a.m., arriving in Vancouver about 6 p.m., thi. to
take effect Thursday, February otn.
NEW WESTMINSTER ROUTE.
Leave*. VICTORIA for New Wetimitatcr. Lanier's
Landing and Lulu Island,   Sundays and Tour-.-
days at 7 • clock, Tuesdays at 8 o'clock.
Leave   NEW   WESTMINSTER for   Victoria   and
way pom on Monday at 2 p.m., Wednesday a-.d
rriday at 7 a.m.
PLUMPER PASS, Sunday at 7o'clock.
PHASER  RIVER ROUTE.
Steamers  for Hope and  way port, leave New We*-.
mlDlter  every 'Thursday:    For   Chilli whack and
way   landings  every  Tuesday  and   Saturday ai
7 a.m.
BARCLAY  SOUND   ROUTE.
j Steamer   MAUDE  leaves   Victoria for Alberni  and
Sound port*; once a month.
NORTHERN    ROUTE.
Steamship Sardonyx will leave for Fort Slu-p-Hiii  and
intermediate ports on the First  and   Filteetitb  of
each   month.    Whenever   sufficient    iudticeiiu-ut
offers will call at point, on   the   Went  Coast   and
l^ueen Charlotte Islands.
The company reserves the rigni  of changing M-i*
1 ime 'Table at any time without notification.
0. A. CARLF.TON. JOHN IRVING,
Gen. Ak-eut, Mauagc-r.
Nanaimo Land Office.
HAWTHORNTHWAITE   St   CO.
OLD FLAG INN
COR.  BAHTION AND SKINNER
STREETS,
NANAIMO.    B. ,'.
J.   K.  .ii'.nkiss,       .      Proprietor.
NEW FRUIT STORE!!
T. A Adam ami  R. Schilling have
opened n
NEW FRUIT STORE
on Commercial Street
opposite tho Co-operative Store. They
will keep nothing but the best stock of
Fruits, Temperance Drinks, Ice Cream,,
Cigars, Tobacco anal Smokers' requisites,
Give tbem a trial ami be convinced,
TENDERS.
To Painters and Kalsominers
The Municipal Council invites tenders
up to Monday evening, -ISIth  inst.. for
painting and kalsomining the City Hall.
Specilications can be seen at the City
Clerk's office.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
S. (iOUGH,
Citv Cleric.
Nanaimo, 19th Julv, 18SM.
FOR SALE.
NEWCASTLE DISTRICT—Seven acres,
more or less, very good land, Millstream
running through, close to ComoxRoid.
A desirable homestead, minerals incladed—
$1000.
Ne*vcasti.k Townsite—Lot 68, Block 3
$225 Terms.
Lot 43, block 10, -"500 cash.
Lot 8, block 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 10
Port Angeles. Farms in all parts of he
Province. j
NOTICE.
AS THE UNDERSIGNED IS RETIR-
ing from business he begs to notify
all persons indebted to him to settle
their accounts on or before theSOah June
proximo. Accounts remaining unpaid
after that date will be placed in the
hands 6f an attorney for collection. All
persons to whom the undersigned is indebted are requested to hand in their
claims for payment, on or before the
above mentioned dntes.
JAS. HARVEY:
Nanaimo, 19th April,  '89.
RED   J-IOUSE.
ALEX. MAVEK - MARCUS WOLFE.
Alex. Mayer & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in General.
Merchandiss
Orders   promptly   anal   carefully delivered-
-SHIPPING SUPPLIED AND SHIPS HIS.
BURSED.
Commercial  Street,
Nanaimo, B.C.
NOTICE,
Harewood Luke, May 27th, 1889.
Strayed on to my premises one iron
grey cow with a young calf. The owner
is requested to come and pay charges and
take away the cow.
tf LOUIS STARK.
Wm. Blackmore,
Architect,   Etc.
OFFICE-422 CORDOVA STREET,
P. 0, BOX ,,6.
VANCOUVER, B. B.
c. c. Mckenzie,
Land Agent, Conveyancer, Accountant
and Insurance Agent.
Omcit—C, L. Smith'. Building, Hiasiiiiii Siren,
Nanaimo.
Town l.ols auil Farms f.r Sale.    Money to Loan r .
Mortgage al loaa ratee.
:  Agent   for th.   City  of   l.„nJon   f„e    lmun,ct
-.oinuany.
Corporation of the Oity of
Nanaimo, B. 0.
By-Law to appoint a time and place fst
hearing complaints against Real Estate Assessments. Whereas by a by-law dated the
6th day of May,l889,thel3th day of May wns
appointed for lhc return by Ihe Assessor ts
the Municipal Council of the Real Estate Assessment Roll, for the year 1889,
anal, whcieas the said roll was returned en
iat day, and whereas it is necessary to appoint a time and place for hearing the complaints of such person or persons as may complain of his or Iheir assessments, appearing on
the said roll.
lie it therefore enacted by the Mayor and
Aldermen of the city ol Nanaimo as follows:
1. That all complaints that have beeu
duly made, or shall be duly made, by any
person or persons of his or their assessments
as the same may appear on the said assess
ment roll forthe year 1889. shall be heard at
Ihe city council chamber, Nanaimo, on Tuesday, the 18th day ofjune, 1889, at thc hour
of io o'clock in thc forenoon and at 2 o'clock
in the afternoon, 01 as soon thereafter as the
said complaints can he heard.
2. This by-law may be cited fm all purposes as the appeal by-law,  1889.
Passed by the Municipal Council Ihis 3rd
day ofjune, 1889, affirmed by the Municipal
Council this 10th day ofjune, 1889.
S. COUGH, M.   BATE,
 C. M. C. Mayor.
The Mutual Life Insurance
00.
OK NEW YORK.
The l.urKe.l I ompau| In Ibe Vorld.
Assets, $126,000,000.
Reoeipts for Year 1888 ,$26,000,000
Hnial  Poficy Holders,  1888, $14,000,000.
lienetul Soliri'or.  Joseph Reiij.
Head Office for British Columbia
Hf.istrb.man A Co., Nn. 8, Hastion Street
Victoria, B.C. G- o      to
lltoort,     tli©     Furniture     Man,     -for     Reed     and     Rattan
tt    al r ts     of    Every     I> © a or l*-p 11 on
NANAIMO   :-:  COURIEK       hash for bkeakfast.
TIUKSDAY,    AUGUST   S.    18SH.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
II.   tll\    si its, lain, ns
The BeUingliani May tteveiUe says that
lhc money lhat has been wheedled nut of
credulous Irishmen by ibe Alexander
."-uilivans. would have purchased lhe
little Lmerald ami bung it on I'ucle
Sam's walch chain.
Aid. McConnell. tlie late hero of tbe
shooting scrape in Vancouver, writes to
the World saying tliat if il be lhe wish of
bis constituents be will resign, but as vet
they have evinced nu such desire.
I'ossiblv   they   like   an   alilermuu   who
lianille
Tin: C"i ki':k subscription list within
the city limits has been taken charge'of
by Mr. A. E. i'i. inti, who will hereafter
sec lhal each and every subscriber gets
bis paper, and gets ii regularly. ^ j knows "how i
specially request thai all complaints of | hurting anyone.
subscribers lie nl mice sent in to the busi- . \ party of youns ielluws
new office, .nui they will \,e rectified. Vancouver harbor, got lorn
There may possibly be -nine mistakes I and were picked up bv
Occur during the next lew days, mvin
in uew carriers being employed.
;iin  without
mi fishing in
in lhe mist
the Bteamer
ll.,- Alberni Telephone.
11. Connolly, contractor for erecting
Senator.
The San Francisco Chronicle remarks,
in reference to ihe lain conduct of Lieut.
Tuttle of the revenue cotter Hush, that
the  a'aptain of the Black Diamond has
i he telephone poles from Victoria to Alter- outwitted lhe -'brave" lieutenant.   Mr
OUghi   to  resign his commission.
an ass. ami that's all.  It. is all very
n  talk   in   this manner, but could
Tuttle -pare many men irom  bis
crew lo place aboard Ibe Black
ui. has already completed bis work forty
miles I'rom the Capital and reports nn
brush fires as far as he has gone nor vet
on the Wesl coast, bill says fogs ami high
winds arc very frequent.
A Xcsv Kenllleni-i'.
Mr. Malcolm McDonald, section boss
on Ibe K. a": N. R, R., will shortly remove
with his family from Wellington lo
Nauaimo, where a house is iu course of
erection for him near Mr. ,1. I'awson's
residence. Mac has several friends in
town who will accord bim a heartv welcome.
Mi
I nail
A   \ on ii g  Nol.
Foreman, of l-'oreniau av. ('aiupbell
Tuilla
lie is
well
Lieut.
scanty
Diamond.
on Tuesday evening ii is said thai tlie
lamp-lighter stood bis unilghted torch
againsi a huilding while be went inside,
ami avben he returned was unable lo liiul
il. lie was assisted by a friend who
finally located the missing torch, and
even then il was nol considered sufficiently dark t« necessitate the lamps
being: lighted, The neit thing we shall
hear is that be bus leaned himself againsi
a lamp post aiul was unable lo tell where
be was.
SHIPPING NEw-fS.
builders, veHterdftv purchased a
vi'iy pretty -""--al I'rom sunn* Indians who
raptured it nrar tlie coal wharf. The
seal ie quite young nnd takes up quite a
lot of Air.  Foreman's tin.*-- nursing  it. y. «-■. v.
Mri intends ito try to raise it bv hand, or ThfJ „hip Kricsson \m beeu loaded
rather bottle, in the hope that it will oltl* Mme ,ime aml itt HWaUJnf .he arrival i»f
mately become tame and stay around hla i
boat house.
tug.
W(.;i.i.iN«T«N.
The tteamer Wellington will ^ail i-»-
jday with a cargo of eoal for Sau Fran-
I cisco.
;    The ship .1   ('  Potter and  bark (.' 0
ial (or San Fran-
.4 i ii«--•«- Consignments
The  New Vancouver Coal Co. recently
received a consignment of 40 ton:* of bar
iron which will be used in the construes
tion of coal cars that will bt*. run  on  the! Whitmore are load In
Northficld track, at present En  progress cisco.
of construction.   Twelve coils ef heavy]    Th<f 8teamer Costa Rica is due here
hoisting wire rope, and a quantity of boll j Hbout the first o( „„- ffwk 1ft loa(i p*^
wire  have  also  been  received.   These for gaw Francisco
goods were shunted off the E. & N. R, R.:
onto the Southfield track and po brought f ,;AHl  nKU4lSOT*»N.
into town for the convenience of unload- '    The ship Wilna is loading coal for San ,.
Jag, I Francisco.
The Company Is erecting a new ware- rxoii new Westminster.
houBO near the Esplanade shaft  for the1    The steamer B Dunsmuir arrived yes-j
storage of their recent Importation**, terday  from   New    Westminster  with!
*** j freight antl tlie following passengern:   .1 |
mauonlc Fuuerni. Knox,   O'Doll,   Taskrr,  .1 Clark and JI
Vesterday   afternoon  the   mortal  re- j Williams.   Consignees:  Haslem A Lees,
mains of the late Malcolm  Mclver  were I Miss BCoughlan (Penman Island),Union
interred with full Masonic  honors.    De*  Mines Colliery Co,  JO   Quennell,   A   Rj
ceased was a member of Ashlar Lodge I Johnston & Co, Mrs Hopkins.  A Cowio
No. ". A. I?, it A. M. and a  great  many | and H\r*l Bros.
of the brethren turned out to attend  the | - •*-——■	
obsequies. Mr. Lees, Worshipful Master,
read the ritual of the order. The pall-
hearers were, J. Stirtan. .1.   Mahrer.   W. I
Home.  J.   Frame,  .f.   Aitken   .m.i A.     Superintendent Hunter, ot the b. &
Cowie. P*- !•■ -*•- returned to Victoria yesterday.
Mr. H. McAdie conducted tlie funeral. ■     1). Jones, school teacher at   Kscpiimalt.
The coffin was of handsome rosewood I went to Victoria yesterday.
and coveretl with beautiful floral tributes,      MjM Bftpro„  fllld Mr8   Harder,  were
wreaths.  Ac.,  and the insignia m the pMsengera to tho Capital yesterday.
PERSONAL.
STORIES   ABOUT    MEN.
How the Jink.- of WeUiOgtOD Qot Kven
witli Some Pnuifcieal Jokers.
It may interest some of your render*; to
bear j» characteristic story of the great duke,
which was told me by a gentleman principally concern wl in tho affair.
The Duke of Wellington at oue period of
his life was rather fond of telling a certain
pigsticking story, nnd person-; who knew of
this weakness used to lead the conversation
w that the great man might have nn opportunity of relating his favorite anecdote. But
(it length ho became Btisplcious, und any illusion In the subject made him extremely
angry. Ahout. this time—nearly sixty yeari
ago—the duke was staying nt Bel voir. Ol.
of the visitors at tho cattle had nover
heard anything about the pigsticking
adventure, and was easily persuaded
that the duko would be pleased II hei were
asked to tell bis famous story. Accordingly
i one morning after breakfast in the long gal-
, levy, wlien seated not far from the duke the
! gentleman ventured to tell his grace how
much lie should like to hear pome of his experiences of Indian sport. At first tho duku
wns inclined to ho seriously offended, but
looking round, and discovering from tho
faces of ihe company that the Inquirer
hnd Ihnmi prompted, and thut the request was mado in perfect good faith,
he quietly got tip, and, drawing his
arm through tho gout Ionian's, said: "I
shall be delighted to tell you all you want to
know, but let us como to the end of tho gallery, whero we can talk quietly.'1 A pleasant
half hour's conversation ensued, nnd it was
not till some hours later thut the intended
victim Jlearned what a triumph ho had
achieved over tho practical jokers, and what
a quiet rebuke had been administered ro
them.—The Athemeum.
No I'm* for Receptions.
Tlio social phase of public life which so
many find tho chief delight of high station is
not n source of pleasure to Senator Coke. Ho
does not feel at homo at balls and receptions, i
Just prior to the president's New Year's reception, when it wns the social event agitating Washington people, a brother senator remarked to the Texan:
"Coke, I suppose yon are going to the re-j
caption?"'
"Well, I don't know," was iho reply. "I
haven't mado up my mind."
"Oh, you ought to go.-' urged the senator
to Coke.
"Yes,'' said the latter, "I supposo I ought,
but I hate thoso receptions, thoso crowds. I
don't find room enough to get about, aud am
always In somebody's way, or somebody's in
my way. Now, the last time I was at one of
the big receptions I got off in a corner where
I thought I was out of the way. Pretty soon
along came a lady dressed in style. Sho commenced to bow and smile at me, and though
I did not know her I bowed nud smiled back.
There she stood bowing and smiling, nnd then
I noticed that sho was pulling at her dress
that trailod over tho floor. I noticed a young
fellow standing behind her, and so I reached
over aud, shaking him by the shoulder, said:
'Why don't you get off the lady's dress*'
Well, she looked straight at my feet, and. by
George, I was standing ou her drees myself."—St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
FOR SALE
Th.' Hoodie Dog Restaurant in -iflereal
for Mile cheap. Any intending purchaser
avill lie given a trial of the business.
For further particulars apply nt the
restaurant, or to A. E. Planta. If
NOTICE
All poisons Iiavirg account* against
I >■ Murello, hite proprietor of the Palace
Hotel, are requested to send them in ;it TV.™ QUi-M+fs,
onco for payment, and all persons, in. I OL kJUirib,
ieoted to the paid 1). Morello will greatly
order.
Pilots Sabiston and Morrison returned
from Victoria hy the noon train Yesterday.
Mr. 6. m. Robins, Superintendent of
Church Concert hi ".till -.prixy;-
An elaborate concert will he ■riven atj
^h»nd^  ,v..rr„aM,,.i'e ,,vi,„,
day.
.Mr. A.
which has been recently erected. A
very lengthy programme has heen gotten
up under iho nuperintendance nl' Hev,
kingbsffl who has heen most energetic
in organizing the affair, Several well-
known local amateurs have volunteered
Iheir sen-vices and the affair is certain lo
attract a large attendance.
Tho steamer Daisy has been chartered
lo take a party of excursionists from
Chemainus to tne Island and will start
at II p. in. on Monday returning the same
nighl. After the concert dancing will he
inrlulffed in.
\ Successful Hunt.
The party oi hunters and fishermen
who recently left Nanaimn for a few
days vacation near Cameron Lake, returned last night and reported having
had a very successful trip. The party
was comprised as follows: Aid. I'ei'k, Dr.
Davis. Mr. Qoepel nf Victoria. Tied I'ci-k
and Sid l'eck.
The list of game killed includes tour
hears and one wolf. Dr. Davis and Mr.
(Joepel are Recorded the honor of killing
Ihe hears and wolf; the rest of the picnickers contenting themselves with lish-
ing and tall storieB are told of the strings
nf trout they deceived with the aid of a
feather. Fire is said to he burning
liercely on the far siale of the lake and
the cribbing of the roaal is endangered
hy it.
•••
'1-hr Alberni Null Arrive*.
The Alberni Mail ('airier. Mr. Armstrong, arrived yesterday alter making
several ineffectual attempts to pass
through the tires which are burning between Cameron Lake and Alberni. The
fire has not yet reached Cameron l.nke
and the cribbing at lhat point is still intact hut the fire is rapidly travelling in
that d'rection, and Mr. Armstrong is
very doubtful I! it will he possible for
him to make the return trip fnr snme
time although he intends lo try to do so
to-day. The principal seal of the lire is
about seven miles from Alberni and is
making rapid striales towards holh Cameron Lake anal Alberni. Mr. Armstrong
deserves great praise ior his pluck in
facing the fiery clement in h:s endeavors
to reach this city.
Three gentlemen are al Alberni with a
view to pci'hasing land for  speculation.
H. Johnston and Captain .1.
Granatin returned hv the noon train yesterday.
OKSTH.I.  HOT'',!..
(' T Harris, Vancouver.
rALACK  HOT-**..
A McLeod. Brockville, Ont, 0 H Lock- '
hart, Victoria; W E Wythe, Duncans.
Those turret l.nuipn.
We had occasion in our last issue tai re-
mark upon the  street  lamps  not  heing
lighted,and have since been interviewed
by several citizens who confess lo nol be-!
ing able, like a cat, to see in the dark and ;
whs accordingly pay their assessesments
cheerfully and naturally expect  the Gas
Company to IhIHI their portion of the!
contract whieh,il is unnecessary to state, I
is to I'ght the lamps when  tin  sionii  is
not up.
In support of our theory that light is a ;
necessity at all hours of the night, let us
suppose that a fire originated somewhere !
in the city during the hours when most ]
men, except policemen and journalists,
sleep, and there were no lamps lighted,
bow  would  the firemen see to hurry to
the Fire Mall or to take tho engine to Ibe j
scene of  conflagration?   The   city   has
taken great precautions agsinsl fires in
the matter of erecting a new fire hell on
Halihu-lon street and also talks of fixing
electric fire alarms throughout the town,
yet. by the simple  omission  of lighting]
the street  lamps,  all these precautions!
would he rendered null and  void.    We j
have as good, if not a better, fire brigade
than anv cily in the Provini'e,  but even
they  cannot  see   Iheir way In the Fire'
Hall in Ihe dark.
 -s».	
Cnlsrra.   IHInrrn  f**r  loman.
The steamer Priaccss Louise has he ill
chartered to lake sixty-five mulatto and
negro miners lo lhe ll'nion mines. These
colored men a'-c all straight from Pennsylvania and ai rired at Vaneouver Sunday. This art on the part nf the ma«-
agcmenl is calculated tn stir up consider
able indignation in the m'nds of white
miners who cannot obtain employment,
but who, Inekily, are a law-abiding elasn.
II hai been impossible, so far, lo discover tbe wages these colored men are to
receive, but it is probably considerably
Ies8 than tlieir whiter brethren are in the
Halzac's Serious Mistake.
The proposeal Balzac monument gives rise
to an enormous number of anecdotes apropos
of tho great writer in tho French press. Hero
is a good one from among them. Tho late
Baron James Rothschild wns always on excellent terms with Balzac, who dedicated
moro than one novol to him. Once, when ho
was obliged to mako a trip to Germany, and
when, as often happened with him, he was
in money difficulties, Balzac went to the
baron, who, with his usual benevolence,
advanced him tho sum of 3,000*., giving
him also a letter of recommendation
to his nephew at Vienna. Tho letter
♦as unsealed, according to custom. Balzac
read it, found it cold, poor and unworthy of
him, and never took it to tho nephew. Returning to Paris ho went to see Baron Rothschild. '"Well," said thc latter, "havo you
seen my nephew!" Balzac proudly said that
he had kept tho lottor. "I am sorry for you,"
said the baron; "havo you got it with youl"
"Yes, parbleu—hero it is." "Observo this
little hieroglyphic below the signature; it
would have opened a credit of 25,000 franci
for you at tho Vienna firm." Balzac bit his
nails and said nothing more.—Pall Mall Oa
zette,
A Story About Bu Maurler.
In appearance Mr. Du Maurier bears a
striking resemblance to Mr. Alma Tudouia.
This likeness has given rise to many amusing
lomplica tionii. Some time ago, at a dinner
party, he happened to sit next to a daughter
of his host. "I cannot understand," remarked
tho young lady, "how people con bo so absurd as to mistake you for Mr. Tadeinu. To
me the likeness is very alight." A little later
she said: "Oh, I bought your photograph tho
othor day. Would you iniud—er—putting
your autograph to it?"' Mr. Du Maurier expressed his willingness, anil later on in the
evening the young lady conducted him to s
writing table and handeal him the photograph for his signature. Mr. Du Marnier
looked at it, sighed, and theu laid it very
gently on the table. "That," he said, "is Mr.
Alma Tadema's portrait."—London Gloho.
The Story ,.f u Country Town.
-'Are you still in Iho real estato business al
Boomvillet"
"Yes."
"How's business:''
"Bad I haven't been able to ba-nrrow n doV
lar for a month."—Nebraska Ststo Journnl.
FOR SALE
A bargain, three lots in Newcastle
Townsite, delightful situation lor residential purposes,inmiiiaiiiling a full view
of the harbor. (lose to Mill Stream
bridge.
Fnr further particulars api.lv to
A. E. PLANTA.
Ileal Estate Agent.
PROCLAMATION.
NOTICE
Ts HEEEBY GIVEN THAT C11AN-
•*• eel lor Prow ning, Commissioner for
lhe  C.   P.   R. has  this, the  -.'Bib alay of
July, ih; ii, issued a proclamation warning all persons from purchasing lots from
Samuel (Ireer iu Lot 526, ('roup One.
Now, may it please Your Lordship, I
have offered for sale any lots In said Lot
62(1, for that would he deception on the
public, as the lijghcst legal authority in
British Columbia pronounced the title to
thai lot straw—not one cent ss consideration having been given. Now, if Your
Lordship will adjust your wig and recover from your deep studios of Plack-
stonc anal the laws of estoppal, you will
lie able to sec (list lhe lour Judges who
threw voui i.ise out of ('nurt last April
were fully able to comprehend the difference between Mil and Pre-emption Record 1003, Ihis being the Reoksieiikp
Xi -isi'ia of may lanal on English Bay.
Come down ami see us. I have a few corner Jlota (with a smattering of eoal) yet
left, I moan to sell, and the public will
persist in buying them, notwithstanding
Your Lordship's decision. Things will
move just the same at English Hay.
All parties are hereby warned that
Angus and Smith have no title to Lot
H20 till confiimeat by the Legislature, anal
all sales will be void.
SAMUEL GREER.
Vaneouver, July ■>», 1880.
"F-or   !S»«.lo   Cheap
oblige   by
mediately
aug 4 If
ettliug  iheir accounts   mill. MURELLO.
Pants,
Scarfs, Ties, Collars, Etc.,
JOHN BOYD,
-Wholesale   and   Retail —
WINE AND TEA MERCHANT,
Yates    Street   Victoria     B.   C.
NOTIE.
Referring to iny formei notice with re-
g.ail to payment of accounts due to me, 1
have to state to my clients that they
must pay up within six days from date,
or else they will be sued for their debts
in lhc Countv Court of August.
JAMES HARVEY.
Nanaimo, Julv 10th. 1880.
TO
T.   L.   BE0WNE   Ss   0 0.,
tSC
*»•*
VICTORIA    CRESCENT.    NANAIMO.
A i.nra-e ■election oi Ueuts* aim ito)»' furnishings.    Sew xioel*.
£-sV(iooil Value at Lowest Cash Prices.
Teacher Wanted,
A teacher is wanted for tlie North
Gabriola School—female preferred. Salary, *M per month. Apply to J.'mks
Mc Lay, Secretary of the Board of Tins-
Ices, P. O, address, Nanaimo, 1!. C.
One yoke oxen,   six   years   old, w ell
broke and gentle.
For further particulars applv to
PATRICK DOLAN,        ;
If Cedar District,    i
For Sale
For Sample a cl Price Apply to
A. R. Johnston & Co.
aug 8-lino
rCxxe   Steamer
R. DUNSMUIR
Leaves Vancouver for Nanainio on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays at 2:16
p.m., on the arrival of the Eastern
mails.
Leaves New Westminster for Nanaimo
Mondays and Wednesdays at 7 a.m.
neturuin-*;,
Leaves Nauaimo for Vancouver Tuesdays, Thursdays and Friday* at 7 a.m.
Leaves Nanaimo for New Westminster
Tuesdays and Saturdays at 7 a. tn.
W.BREDEMEYER.DR.PH.
Minim.! Encineer, United States and
Provincial Surveyor and Assayer, Vancouver. B. C.
LATE PARTNER OF I. M'VICKER SALT LAKE CITY.
Rtliable reports, underground survey* and maps
of mines executed at low rate1.. Asiayfl made mi nil
kinds of Minerals, Golu and Silver bar-.. '1 hirty
years experience in mining in Asia, Kurope and
United States of America.     Speaks  teu  language-;,
i Assays   from   a  distance    promptlv    attended    to.
: Address, Vane-oiiver, B. C.
All ouartz for aasayinK left with \V. C
Hallack, Nanaimo. will be promptly forwarded to Dr. Bredemeyer.
FOSTER BROS.,
HOUSE, -:- SIGN
Peck's Hotel,
EAST    WELLINGTON
T.   E.   PECK,   Proprietor.
kirSt-class IN BVRY particular.
OHAS.    DEXHEIMER,
PRACTLCAL
Watchmaker & Jeweler. ;
Repairing of Musical Boxes, end all kinds tf Intricate Instruments snd Mac/ii-
tiery nl Moderate Prices.    Satisfaction Gueraitteed.
ENGRAVING   ON    JEWELEY,    Etc.
(Irderi from theCVmntry promptly attended to.    Next door to the Lion Bool A alios
Store, Commercial Btreet, Nanaimo, B. C.
THE CHEAPEST STORE IN NANAIMO
-IS-
MARYMOUNT BROTHERS
DEALERS   IN.
Furniture, Crockery, Glassware, Stoves, Guns,
^mxtaxaXj x^ax^xhx*.,
Clothing  and  Gents'   Furnishing  Goods,   Hats,   Caps,
TRUNKS  AND  VALISES,
Boots and Shoes, Watches and Jewelry of every Description.
Goods oi'a.ll kinds bought, sold or exchanged-
NEW AND SECOND HAND.
Victoria Crescent, Nanaimo, B C
ul'I'l-SI'i'K HAI'KH,  HNTB& A CO.
aug 7 tl
Oaring s Clltclnnntl Morning; Call.
IC, ill-Olid    Hllririlr.
The news brought by the committee
sent to New Westminster ta, negotiate
for the huilding ami completion of the
railroad from that city to \Vhata:oni is
unythin-, but encouraging. It seems that
Mayor Hendry and one of the aldermen,
heing members of the New Westminster
A Southern lailroad company, owing toi. . ■ .„ „,„,,, ,„ ,,,.
the muddled condition of railroad affairs I ".iB01ilts nortl.- to"4»7'
have found it convenient lo resign their
positions in the eity government, and
the end is not yet. These facts do not
tend to briu-liten the prospects of the bay,
and show the urgent necessity of inducing some of the various companies that
are waiting for a chance to huild to the
bay to romplete the projected line.
That a railroad will at some lime or
other be built there ran he no doubt, yet
the sooner it is done the better it Will be
both for the company and for llellingham
Hay generally.   Time and again  publii
meetings have, been held  here in order .ttiiryntont Bros.
lo secure this  result, but  with no other      .. .. , n       l .        . ,
effect than the appointment of a com-1 Messrs. Mniymonl Bros, have not been
mittee to investigate and determine j ve,'V lo?« '" th"" $* '"' •■",■*? ™?" "
what can be done What is needed is »T . V ™i* ti ™ *i« H
determined action on the part of the peo-' ?"'1 ,el !lblfi «*$',; rhr. apvT t0 "al
pie, without which no good can possihlv !n »f.nr!>' "er>'"'ln8 *• •'' " !>em"> *»**•
result from the appointment of their com- '".f,the','' -ft™ ° PBrc.htts.V I"1"' "' ,".',°l" |
niittces, for long winded  speeches °, j! wii probably coine oul with a new suit ot |
complimenting each other aleel nothing :- c,oth^| * *{oy" !',r P"*'1'1*''' ■ill«,«!'» »"
-Whatcom ffulletin. : goon the warpath with. Lveryth.ng isi
 mmm  in their line from a needle to an anchor.
. Their advertisement mav be seen  in  an-
! ether column.
habit of demanding.   Our white population is frequently obliged to travel in
search uf remunerative toil, and it seems
strange that a rich  lirm should deem  it I
necessary to import   outsiaters wholesale.
The Runllrr Ha-IHl. a..
The steamer Rustler leaves for Texada
The Rustler has lately been litted out
with new pumps and yesterday took a
trial trip around vhe harbor, and it is
said that the speed und general efliciency
ef the boat have greatly increased. The
Rustler can now steam eight days without
stopping to take on water whereas before
it was necessary to refresh every day.
Mr. R.   Wenborn,  machinist of thin
city, fixed up the  pumps under the su-
perintendaBce   of   Mr. T.  Russell, engineer, and great credit is due to him for .
the manner in which the worU was done. ;
Miss Oury—I'm never going to speak to
Daisy Blethen again as long us I live. She
ilidu't invite me to the reception.
Miss Heights—Nor me either, and she didn't
even send me a box of the wedding ham.—
Time.
nenllNtrs .
Dr. Hiirtman, the prominent Dentist
<if Victoriu, will be in Nanaimo August
12th and will remain (or two alays at the
Royal Hotel. Those having engagements
will please call at once. aug 4 td
Blakeway ai Oo, have the moat complete stock of toilet rennisiles nn the
Island. jy21-lm    |
The Flremeis's Plenla.
Owing to attractions nearer home the
Victoria hose team will not he able to
come here on the 10th inst., the day of j
the Firemen's picnic. This will be al
great disappointment to the local hose
teams who contemplated giving them a !
hearty reception. Tlie committee in
charge of the arrangements for the picnic are doing everything that lies in their
power to make the day a success and
there is no doubt that everyone who can
spare ti«e will lake a trip to the picnic
grounds.
Call and enjoy a cool drink of Lager at
the Central Hotel. *    I
J.  XX.  Fl^Ens^C-sE,
Short Bridge, Victoria Crescent, Nanaimo, B.C.
Importer tnd Dealer in nil Kinds of
{Builders'  Hardware   and   Carpenters'  Tools,
M
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$
tli
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Table and Pocket Cutlery, Sitovos.
Ranges  and  Parlor  Orates,
Coal Oil, Table Lamps
and  fittings.
PAINTS - ASSORTED COLORS.
Whits Lend, Shot Guns,
Rifles and Cartridges,
Rope,  Etc., Etc.
ALL KINDS OF WALL PAPER.
Hiuise Kuinisliing ("Ioods of sll Kinds
Terra Cotta Chimney Flues.
atm     A full assortment   am  hand   ol   the
luw.sl li"ark«t  rntes.
-A.N I.)-
Paper Hanging, Kalsomining, Interior Decorations, Etc., Done
Reasonable Rales.    Post Office Box 176.
Tf*J*zzXTXSLXXXX<>9
Windsor  House!
Ohuroh Street,  *N*a,*irrai*cicxc*.,  *B. O.
H.    DEMPSEY,    Proprietor.
THIS   RESTAURANT   HAS   BEEN   RECENTLY   FITTED UP   IN
FIRST-CLASS STYLE.
FURNISHED ROOMS, SINGLE OR IN   SUITE, CAN BE HAD AT
ANY TIME.
GOOD  SAMP1.F,   ROOMS  IN  CONNECTION.
COAL!
mat *ej Dxr-Exv*
Vancouver Coal Mining;
•IND    LAND   CO.    (Ll MI TRIE
THE    WELL-KNOWN    NANAIMO  AND   SOUTHFIELD    STEAM,
GAS,    AND    HOUSE    COALS   ARK    MINED   ONLY    BY
THIS   COMPANY,  AT   THEIR ESPLANADE AND
SOUTH FIELD COl.LERIES,  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.
This is Hilbert's "ad" and Don'tl
You Forget It.
VANCOUVER FURNITURE WAREHOUSE STILL AT  THE FRONT.
tlaiyilB sold on the installment plan.   We carry a full line of House Furuishim. I
Hoods, Linoleums, Carpets and.Parlor Bedroom Suits, made to order iu
style, color or pattern.   Wc keep the largest stock of Wall Paper
of any House in tha1 city.   All our Upholstering alone on
the  premises.   Childrciis' Carriages, Crockery,
Glassware, China Electrb-plated ware
Table Cutlery,
1 J.HILBERT. \a^<jr^r   |
p«j ■nsjsjssBBnsnj mn     ,'RsJ1
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9    n
sWrnHnVlffl    Km tr & -Hr
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»3*r*A(iKNT   FOR TIIK GENDENE   SINGER   SEWING   MAC J UN
Parlico wishing a general Outfit of Furniture will do Well by examining my stociiJ
beiv»re buying elsewhere. Also the best equipped undertaking establishment!
this side of San Francisco, and the only cmbalmcr in the city. Note tbe}
address nnd don't you forget it.
Bastion, Front and Wharf Streets, Nanaimo.
J. Hilbert,     -     -     Proprietor.
-IMPORTER   OS-
Stoves, Grates, Ranges, Pumps, Lead Pipes, Zinc, and]
General Hardware.
Manufacturer of Tin, Popper, Ulnc and  -"beet-iron  Ware.   g0 Metal  Roollua
and Repuiriiij.    A full line of Hardware of nil desorlptloa constantly
in stock at lioltom pi'icea.     A call solicited.
"Walter Wilson, - Commercial St.
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