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 The Nanaimo Courier
IS    THE
BEST     ADVEBTISING i  MEDIUM
aiiuu
Sf HSCR'IIE FOR
The Nanaimo  Courier
THE     LARGEST     CIRCULATION.
Vol. 1.
NANAIMO, B.C., SUNDAY, MAY 26, 1889.
=**
NO. 63
The Great Sale Still Continues.
VALUABLE   STOCK    OF
-AT-
COST   PRICE,
MUST be Sold.
No Beasonable Offer Belused.
ARTHUR BULLOCK'S Crescent Store
;   Largest
Stock.
DAVIES to BEVERXDGrE,
 THE	
OUB 8PBING STOCK OK
Men's,Boys'&Youtlis'ClothingisnowComplete
OUB DISPLAY OK FURNISHING UOODS IS UNSUBPASSED.
KELT AND 8TBAW HATS of the latest styles direct from Europe. g^.
In consequence of extensive alterations to our premises we will dispose of our
stock at prices that defy competition.
g""n7* Inspection Solicited. Masonic Building.
Lowest
Prices
New Muslins,etc
-KOB-
Summer Wear.
— AT-
The New Store
SPENCER & PERKINS
I THE   QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY  CELEBRATION,
FOR   SALE
Two Million Bricks
BY   THE
PIONEER   STEAM JilCK    YARD.
OOWGHI.AN   St   MASON    Proprietors,   VICTORIA,    B.   C.
Post Office Box no. . _
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEBEBY GIVEN THAT
30 days alter date we intend making
application to the Chief Commissioner of Ijinds and Works for a lease,
for lumbering purposes, of tbe following
described tracts of land in the Alberni
District, Vancouver Island, British
Columbia :
Commencing at a stake on south shore
of Central Lake, marked (T. W. Patterson and M. H. Cowan) almost opposite
lirst island, about five miles from lower
end of lake; thence west 80 chains;
thence north '10 chains; thence east to
tlie lake ; thence following the lake shore
to the point of commencement.
Second claim commencing at a stake
on same side of lake, northeast corner;
thence east 40 chains; thence south 30
chains; thence west, 20 chains to the lake;
thence following the lake to the point of
commencement.
Third claim on same side of lake, commencing at a stake, thence south 20
chains; thence west 80 chains to the lake;
thence north to the lake; thence following the lake to the point of commencement.
KirBt claim on tlie nortli sido of Central Lake, about three miles from head of
lake, commencing at a stake; thence
north 20 chains; tlienee east 40 chains;
thence south to the lake; thence following the lake to the point of commencement.
Second claim on north side of lake, on
small creek, commencing at a stake;
thence west 80 chains; tbence south 10
chains; thence.west 60 chains; thence
north 40 chains; thence east 120 chains:
thence south to starting point; this claim
back irom the lake about a mile.
Third claim on north side of lake,
commencing at a stake, east corner;
thence north 10 chains; thence west 40
chains; thence south to .ake: thence
following shore of lake to point of commencement.
Fourth claim on small lake, north side
of Central Lake, commencing at a
stake at foot of lake ; thence
east 10 chains, thence north 240
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
south 240 chains, thence east to
starting point.
Fifth claim north side Central Lake,-
commencing at a stake on lake, thence
east 10 chains, thence north 80 chains
along the mountain to meet claim on
small lake, thence west 20 chains, thence
south to the lake, thence following the
lake to point of commencement.
Sixth claim north side of Central Lake,
commencing at a stake south-east corner,
thence east DO chains, thence north 40
chains thence west 00 chains, thence
south to tho lake this claim is about five
miles from lower end of lake.
Kirst claim on Kieecoot Lake, commencing at a stake above what is known
as the Big Island south side of Taylor
river, commencing at stake northeast
corner, thence south 60 chains, thence
west 80 chains, thence north 20 chains,
thence west 40 chains thence north to
tbe lake, theme following the lake to
point of commencement.
Second claim Kieecoot Lake, commencing at a stake one mile from head of lake
southwest corner, thence north 60 chains,
thence east 240 chains tbence south to
the lake, thence following the lake to the
point of commencement.
Claim on small lake west side of Alberni canal, commencing from stake at
foot of lake, thenc* south 20 chains,
thence west 240 chains, thence north 40
chains, thence east 240 chains, thence
south   to  starting  point.
T. W. Pattebson.
M. H. Cowan.
Victoria, B. C, April 29th, 188SI.
May 1, lm.
L E I. A N D    HOUSE,
PROUT     sV    INSLEY,    Proprietors.
Strictly Firrt-ClaM.   Accomniod«ion Cos os Ouests.
Coav.al.M ro Railway Sialiun sad Steau-
shlp  Dock.
CORNER UF HASTINGS * GRANVILLE
STREETS. VANCOUVER. B.C.
k Grand Day's  Sports and Plenty of
Amusement—Large Crowds and
Dancing on the Green Till
After Midnight.
A. R. JOHNSTON k  Co.
HR k Co
The long looked for 24th of May broke
in a manner calculated to throw dismay
into the hearts of those intended to celebrate Her Majesty's Nalal ilay in the
open air, but towards noon the weather
cleared up, much to the relief of pleasure
seekers.
The first race on the programme was
that for sailing boats, and was timed to
take place at 9 o'clock. Very soon after
thc hour named the boats were at the
starting point. They were the Quickstep,
owned by Sage Bros, aanil sailed by .1.
McLeod; the Bover, sailed by George
Kennedy, and the Pearl owned by
Campbell and Foreman. The course
was around Snake Island and return.
The Pearl did not sail through the race,
so the other two boats, the Bover
and tbe Quickstep, only competed for the
prize. The hopes of several were centred
in the Bover, hut Sage'a lx>at, the Quickstep, quickly forged ahead and arrived in
16 minutes liefore her rival. The wind
was light and it is possible there will lie
another match on n more favorable day.
The judges were Aid. Abrams and W. (!.
Halleck.
Very little time intervened between
the starting of the sailing race and the
starting of the single scull outrigger race.
Only three entered in this race, they were
George Brough, Oliver Hanson and J. A.
Bittancourt. Hanson won the lirst prize
of $15, after a close race. Time 14 minutes
and 54 seconds.
The next race was for shells. Only two
entries. K. Peck and Home.    Fred Peck:1
won  the  first  prize  of  $15.    Time 16
minutes 27 seconds.
Outrigger Race—This race was for
yonng men under 21 years of age. Only
two started, Handle and Martin, Martin
winning the prize of $10 in 14 minutes
and 10 seconds.
A  BASEBALL   MATCH
between the Wellington team and the
Nanaimo nine was played in the morning
on the Caledonian Picnic Ground, the
game starting about 10:30 o'clock. The
game was advertised to start at 10 a.m.,
but owing to the rain, play was delayed
in hope of the weather clearing up. The
Wellington team was met at the railway
station by some of the Nanaimo nine,
and on arriving at Commercial Street the
two teams formed into line, and headed
by the Wellington Brass Band marched
to the ground selected to play on.
The ground was in bad condition, tbe
grass being high and very wet, and the
game was played tinder great disadvantages. The positions of the players are
as follows:
WSI.LINHTON.
POSITION
Dowlas    .Catcher..
Reilley...
•■arret..
Fitctl.r.
.1st Base. ...
. sd Base —
Mass..' ?d Base	
Loaslaff R. Field....
Pope .L. Field —
L.ng.l.ff C. Field....
Stewart Short Stop..
NANAIMO.
■   -Watson.
... Willi, iu..;
... Bevcridire.
.. .Carroll.
.. Wall.
...Bradford.
...Van Koutcn.
.., Spears,
 Edmund*.
ITNION CBED1T ANI) PBOTECTIVE
I Association—Headquarters, 450 Main
U street, Winnipeg, Man. For collection of old and worthless accounts anywhere In the world, and no charge il ng
collected. O. E. Collins, Manager and
Treasurer. 8. Pebbv Mills, Solicitor,
Victoria, H.C.
A"
BASTION STREET & GORDON'S WHARF,
KANAIMO.
A  FULL  LIN'S   OS
Finest   Groceries   and   Fresh   Provisions
K B P T>   IN   STOCK.
Ships    Disbursed   and    Supplies   Furnished
NOTICE.
8 TIIE UNDERSIGNED 18 RETIR-
ing from business he begs to notify
i H all persons indebted to him to settle
their accounts on or before the 30th June
! proximo. Accounts remaining unpaid
after that date will be placed in thc
• hands of an attorney for collection. All
i persons to whom the undersigned is indebted are requested to hand in their
claims for payment, on or before the
above mentioned dates.
JAS. HARVEY.
Nanainio. 19th April, '89.
FAMILIES AND   SHIPPING   SUPPLIED.   GOODS   DELIVERED   TO ALL
PARTS   OF   CITY   AND   VICINITY.
AGENT   FOR   PACIFIC   COAST    STEAMSHIP   COMPANY
AGENT FOR THE EAST COAST STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
OPPENHEIMER   BROS.,
PIONHHR
Wholesale Grocery House,
ioo and xoa  Powell    Street, Vancouver, B. C.
LICENSE NOTICE.
(HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT AT
the next sitting of the License Commissioners for the City of Nanaimo, I
will apply for a license to sell wines,
spirits and other fermented liquors by retail at my premises in the City of Nanaimo, tbe said premises be known as tbe
Nanaimo Opera House.
JOHN MAHRER.
Nanaimo, It. ('., May 12th, 1889.
___ _ L5L° _ *_
Just Arrived!
THIS SEASOsf 8 CATCH
300 Kite, Kegs
and Half-Barrels
OOLAGHANS.
A. R. JOHNSTON & CO.
May 16—1 mo
Tho Wellington team went first to bat
and made one run. The home team followed them and mode three runs. Up
to this time things looked well for the
Nanaimo players. The Wellington team
then went in for their second innings
and succeeded in running their score up
to 16, most of which rims were gained
through lack of practice of the Nnnaimo
team. Daring this inning J. C. Carroll
had his thumb knocked out of joint by a
ball thrown to bim by C. Williams, pitcher of the home club. Iu their third. innings tha Nanaimo team ran their score
up to 5. In the fifth inning of the Wellington team the ball was lost fn the high
grass and it was decided to call the game,
counting only runs made up to the
foarth innings, leaving the score
follows: Wellington 19 and Nanaimo
6. The Nanaimo boys showed want of
practice, but though badly defeated
are not discouraged and intend to dial
lenge their late opponents to another
match in three weeks' time. Capt. Farrell and Messrs. Douglas and Reilly, of
the Wellington team, deserve special
mention for their excellent play and
good manipulation of the team.
TUX k'IBEMKN's PARADE
took place at 11 o'clock. Tbe Merry-
weather engine, drawn by four horses
lent by O'Brien A Diinlap of the Shamrock stables, was decked out gaily
Ruth Morton, daughter of W. II. Morton
was seated on top of tbe engine dressed
as May Queen. She carried herself well
through the trying ordeal and deserved
all the praise bestowed on her. The
engine was accompanied by the Fire
Brigade in full uniform, and they looked
remarkably well and stalwart. The pi
cession was joined by the Nanaimo
Junior Brass Band and afterwards
paraded through the city. After the
parade the hose reel contest took place
The contest was from the crossing near
Walter Wilson's store to the hydrant in
front of Pimbury's drug store', couple on
to it, then lay live lengths of hose and
then transpose the lifth and second
lengths and throw a stream of water
through the hose. The teams were us
follows:
First team—Enoch Sage (First Assistant), J H Scales, H Pock, A McGregor,
C VanHouten, W Wcnborn, Jas Conic,
J Miller, Chas Miller, and 0 Renard.
Second team—William Edmunds (Second Assistant), W Boos, F Peek, Chas
Williams, C Eenard, 11 Home, G E Nor
ril, A Cassel, G Stales and William
Townsend.
The race was won by the first team.
Time lm. 6sec. against lm. B'^sec as
made by the second team.
George Norris was judge, and W. C
Halleck and B. Baker, timekeepers.
In the evening the members of the
Fire Department sat down to a
BANHUET  IN  THK  BOVA1.  HOTEL.
George Davis, foreman, acted as Chairman and Enoch Sage, first assistant, aB
vice-chairman.
After doing justice to tlie ample spread,
the Chairman proposed the health ot the
Queen, which was drunk amid great
applause.
The health of the Provincial Government and Parliament was next drunk.
George Norris proposed the health of
the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of
Nanaimo.     Mr.  Norris made a few ap-
riropriate remarks, and alluded to the
iberal manner in which the City Council
and Provincial Parliament had assisted
the Fir* Department.
Aid. Nightingale responded in his
usual witty style, and stated he had always taken  an  interest   in  the   Fire I
Department and would continue to do so.
He thanked the Firemen in the name of
the City Council.
The toast of the Officers of the Company past and present was proposed  by
D. Lawrence and responded to liy tlie
Chairman, vice-chairman, J. H. Pleace
(Secretary), A Rapcr (retiring Secretary),
R. Wenburn (Engineer), and J. H. Scales
(past Foreman).
The health of the Press was then proposed by Aid. Nightingale, which was
responded to by G. Morris, who proposed
the health of the Ladles, to which J. H.
Pleace responded.
The health of Mr. aud Mrs. Wotkins,
the proprietors of the bouse, was then
proposed and drunk.
Messrs. Miller, Edmunds and Lewis
favored the company with songs. The
members then adjourned.
FOOT RACES.
The sports on the Green commenced
aliout one o'clock with a nice for boys
under 14 years of age, distance 100 yard's,
entrance fee, prize $2.60 which was won
by Gussie Bate. There were three other
starters, A. Thompson, Archie Cowie and
Henry Martin.
The ltiO-yard race wiib won by II. M.
Langdon; 11. Peck and J. Black also ran.
' The race for girls under 14 years of age,
was then run; distance, 100 yards; prize
$2.60.   Rose Mellado was the winner.
Ih the race for boys under 17 years of
agcR. Gibson came in first. The other
starters were J. Martin, R. Degneti and
F. Peck.
H. Peck won the 200-yards race. There
were three other entries,II. M. Langdon,
J. Black and R. I'atemau.
In the Old Man's race, Aid. Nightingale caused lots of merriment by giving
one of the contestants a trial spin around
the track. There were only two entires,
Frank Brown, who won, and M. Spore.
Distance 60 yards; time not taken.
The mile race was eagerly watched by
tbe onlookers, and was closely contested,
j the runners pushing one another pretty
closely towards tbe finish.   R. Pateman
won.   There were three other entries, E.
E. Stokes, W. James and E. Monk.
The Sack Race was won by J. Burrows.
This race caused a deal of laughter as the
contestants hopped along in the usual
ludicrous manner.
The Live Wheelbarrow Race was also
very amusing. The winners were H.
Peck and A. Cassell. Goody and Brodie,
and Williams and Edwards were the
other contestants.   The half hour
Tho half hour
OO   AS   VOU   PLEASE
race was watched with great interest.
There were only three entries, VV. Lang-
ton, VV. James and J. S. Stokes. Stokes
won easily, and was the favorite from the
start, though Langton with his easy jog
trot und quiet smile induced many to
plank their little pile on him us being a
man who wns holding himself well in reserve for the finish.
SPOUTS   AND   1'ASTIMES.
Hop, Step and Jump—There were only
three entries, viz.: Peck, who covered 'ii
ft. 10 in.; Patterson, 24 ft. 10 in., nnd
Parkes, 24 ft. 2 in. Peck, the winner,
Beemedto have lots of "jump" in reserve
if it had been needed.
Running Long Jump—Six entered;
viz.: H. Peck, Parkes, Morgan, Williams,
Bell and Pateman. Bell jumped lfi feet
7 in. and won, with Pateman second,
with 10 feet 6 in.
Running High Jump—Pateman oft. 1
in., Boll 4 ft. 8 in., and T. Bute 4 ft. 8 in.
Standing High Jump—T. Bate 4 ft. 5
in., L. JoneB 4 ft., Bell 4 feet.
Standing Long Jump— H. Peck 9 ft. 10
tit., H. Langdon 9 ft. 8 in., Bell 8 ft. S in.
Three Standing Jumps—H. M. Langdon 31 ft. ft in., Peck 27 ft. 9 In., Bell 2(i
ft. fl in.
High Jump with Pole—Pateman 9 feet
1 inch; Jones 7 feet 11 inches; Bell 7 feet
4 inches.
Potatoe Race—Stewart won. There
were three other entries, J. Black, Pateman and Wakelem.
Wrestling, — cutch-as-catch-can—This
interested everyone, and the contestants
were at times rather crowded. The first
matches were between F. Hirst and J.
Roney and Hirst won two falls out of
three. The second matches, between
Marsh and Percell. were won by the former. Then Hirst and Mursh clinched
for thc final tries, which were won by
Hurst amid great enthusiasm,
The Indian Canoe Race was another
very interesting item in the day's proceedings. Three canoes of eleven paddles
each competed, and the nice was hotly
contested.   The Nanaimo Indians won.
This concluded the day's sport.
Dancing was kept up on thc Green till
after midnight, several lovers of the
"light fantastic" supplying their own
music after the band bud gone. The
Nnniiinio Junior Band played during the
day, and in the evening the Nanaimo
Band played on the platform, iib having
more stringed instruments they were
better fitter fitted to play dance music.
Tlie Wellington Band with their usual
good nature played at the baseball match
and on the streets of .Nanainio. Thc
enterprising proprietor of the Palace
Hotel secured their services during the
afternoon.
THE IIOKKK HACKS.
The horse races were very late starting and the usual delays occurred between
heats, making il well into the evening
liefore they were finished.
Tho first and priucipal race wus lie-
tween Aid. Baker's horse Sleepy Dan and
A. Cassell'8 Royal.
Sleepy Don was ridden by B. Colliding, and in the flrst heal came in a long
way ahead of Royal, so much so that his
backers claimed lie hud outdistanced bis
opponent. The judges decided Ihut the
horses should run the next heat und after
a false start, in which Sleepy Dan ran
the length of the course, the horses got
away together and Royal came in considerably ahead of Sleepy Dan.
After this beat a dispute arose owing to
thc owners of Royal claiming the race as
Aid. Baker refused to let his horse run
again. Royal was afterwards galloped
over the course. The judges decided to
defer their decision. A great deal of loud
talk and wrangling occurred between
persons who had bets on the result.
In the Scrub raco T. Kilpatrick's
horse won in two straight heats. In the
second beat when near the finish, a
little Siwash boy, who was riding Louis
Gabriel's horse, was thrown violently to
the ground, the horse nearly falling on
him. He wus not hurt much and got up
and walked away in a stolid sort of way.
In the Pony Race Robbie Harvey'a
Dobbin was lieaten by a Siwash pony in
the first heat, but in the second heat the
Siwash pony gave out mid wus declared
distanced.
Between tbe first aud second horse
raceB a footrace for sflOO a side came off
between H. M, Langdon and Bertie Peck.
EUROPEAN NEWS.
Great Britain Fails to Negotiate a Treaty with
China Relative to
IMMIGBATION  OF THE  OHIKESE
To   Australia-Partiell   Talks   of  Dr.
OromVs Murder—The Loudou
Police  Spokes About-
008   LONDON   I.ETl'EU. I
London, May 26.—The mystery surrounding the murder of Dr. Cronin at
Chicago exerts a keen interest throughout Great Britain und Ireland. It has
quite usurped the position of the Pigott
affair, and is discussed with as much
avidity as that unholy episode. Opinions
regarding Cronin's murder are us various
and us difftrant as political parties.
Some hold that certain leaders of Clan
Na Gael at Chicago were instigators of
the crime, while others believe that a
woman was at the liottoin of it. Others
still profess to see in this affair a conspiracy similar to that alleged in the
TVwiei-Parnell case. Neither Parnell
Davitt, nor O'Brien have the slightest
doubt that Alexander Sullivan is innocent of any connection either directly or
indirectly with Cronin's death.        , ..
A   PROMINENT   l.AWVES,
and leader of the Irish Circuit, said this
afternoon: "The developments Ib the
Parnell case, especially those which led
to the flight una suicide of Pissott, created
a strong feeling against the Torv Government for the part they played iii the Irish
leaders trial, and made many friends
among their former enemies for
Home Bule. Among them may
be mentioned Sir Thomas Farrar.
The Government has never ceased to
blame the Police Department for thc
miserable failure on the part of the witnesses whom the detectives brought liefore the Parnell Commission. Glance at
the affairs of the
LONDON   METItlll'OI.ITAN POLICE
since the conception of the Nationalist movement, anil they will undoubtedly show some strange and
startling facts since Matthews assumption
of the home oflice. Note whut has followed. Sir Charles Warren, for obvious
reasons which are in my opinion questionable, kept back many of thc acts
of his detectives in regard to
dynamiters, especially the retention
of "Jim" McDermott.'of Brooklyn, and
Detective Barron. R. J. Jenkinson, assistant to the Irish Under Secretary for
police and crime, was appointed in Mun-
ro's place, the latter being transferred to
create a bureau in Matthew's oflice, with
Jim McDermott as his protege.
THE   DYNAMITE   Ol THA OKU
ceased as the latter person could find no
more persons to send to prison for life.
Then came thc Whitechapel murders one
after another, until Sir Charles Warren
wus compelled by public feeling to resign
the office of Chief of the Metropolitan
Police, the failure of the police to capture
the murderer being placed at his door.
Munro wus then, despite strong feeling against liim, installed as Sir Charles'
successor, and Whitechapel murders
ceused and have to some extent passed
almost into oblivion. Tbe London Times,
Home Secretary Matthews and Attorney-
General Webster would be led to believe
by this SHine police department that such
startling evidence could be produced
against Parnell and other Irish leaders
that the
IBISH   HOME   HULK   MOVEMENT
would not onlv be squelched, but that
Parnell himself would be sent into oblivion with such a character thut no mnn
would wish to assume. The witnesses
brought forward by the detectives, from
Pigott down, have failed miserably, and
wrought ruin to both the Government
and Times. The great meeting of Representative Irish-Americans is about to lie
held in Philadelphia, and something
must be done to
like, but do not expect us tot* participators in improper conduct, or to help you
to deprive our subjects of rights which
j are theirs by the very treaties which vou
; yourselves compelled us to sign."
DISTL'BBANCK   HBEWIMi   IN   HI .....
i News just received at the Indian Office
I states that the present position of affair*
in Upper Burmab Is causing I.ord Lands-
i downe, the new Viceroy of India, some
trouble. As long as disturbances were
confined to Upper Burtuah itself, it was
felt it was not very difficult to deal with,
and that large bands having lieen completely broken up by the military, all
that was wanted to restore order was an
active and energetic police. But now serious disturbances hare again broken out
on the frontiers of the northwest uud east
of Bhamo, ami they have assumed a
character more nearly approaching the
so-called "piratical" outbreaks, with
which the French are trying to close with
in Tonquin. Tbe outlaws, wbMi closely
pressed, escape across the frontier, and
from China, as well iw from the debate-
able land on our U-rJer, they collect
bands of criminal and disreputable persons, and return to Hritish territory to
pursue their work. China, with its vast
population, otters recruiting ground
which is practically inexhaustible, and
in these remote and mountainous regions, with thc beat trill in the world,
the Chinese official* can do but little to
aid the British. Hence what is feared
is tbat something corrcaponftyut to the
III.ACE   ELAO   DISTUBBANCES
of Tonquin is about to take place on the
northern frontiers of Burniah, and unfortunately for the British, witrp-fiot
weather coming on, military operations
will have to be restnietad 6r abandoned
altogether, just when tbe* are moat
needed. Tbe frontier lias always been
disturbed owing to the tarlmleare tt independent Chinese and Kakjams, and
trade between Burmab and China lor
centuries has been rendered possible
only by heavy bribes paid to these tribes
by Yunnan aad Bhamo nerchtDte.
ELECTIONS  IK   FRANCE.
London, May 26.—At a roasting of
Boulanger's supporters held Unlay at ana
residence in this city, it was decided to
contest all the elections in France.
SALT  INTKBKHTB.
London. May 26.—Wellington Burl of
Michigan, nnd Chas. Burger of New
York, wbo are to represent England"**
the rt'Dresentatives of tbe lavawnteasVio
unify Amexji-m salt interests,, sailed
from Liverpool to-day on the Canard
Steamer IXmbria. The RbWIwti' Halt
Union gave Bart and Burger a most
cordial reception and entered into au alliance with them, which assures harmonious relations between the English
and American markets, and the (till
financial support required. -'.
DVNlMITBsW AT WOBE.   .'.!.«
Lislsin, May 26.—A dynamite Usnb
exploded at the door ot the Governor's
house at Oporto to-day, smashing the
windows of the building.
MTLITABT  BBTIKW.
Berlin, May 26.—King Humbert and
Emperor William will go to Strasbnrg tomorrow. Theii majesties will review the
entire garrison. King Humbert will not
return to Borlln, bul proceed homeward
from Straaburg.
Berlin, Mav 25—At the Court concert
last afternoon the Emperor chatted at
length with Kassan, the American Commissioner to the Samoan Conference.
Kassan was also presented to the
Empress, who gave him a gracious reception, conversing with him for several
minutes.
SENSITIVE   BKCl'BITIEH.
Paris, May 26.—The Bourse became
flat this afternoon on receipt of the intelligence that King Humbert and Emperor
William proposed to visit Rtrasburg.
This statement caused the bitterest feeling. Three per cent, rentes for account
have fallen 80 franca 97,'. centimes, a decline of 42'... centimes from opening
prices. Italian rentes are quota*! at 97
I r ii ins.
THREATS AdAINST tllENCII gl'UAB "tBUST."
Paris, May ;5.-In the Chamber of
Deputies yesterday, M. Thcvenet, Minister of Justice, replying to a question,
said he believed that the rise in the
price of sugar was due to natural causes,
and that the Government Authorities
would act with unflinching severity if it
detected a fraudulent coalition in trade.
 < .»
AKEKI0AK HEWS.
1U..U-KEN   THE   1BISII   CHARACTER
in the eyes of the   world.      What   more
fitting for such a   foul   purpose tluui to,   ■.,..., ,
show that the conspirators and murderers j VI8'.IJ'1' New York W!,U)™ for.a lo"»" !jme:
existed among the respectable  leaders of
11.M.S.   Ul'ZEARl).
New York, Muy 25.—Anchored off
licdloe's Island this morning, thc Hritish
war ship Buzzard, the small twin screw
corvette that arrived during the night
from Bermuda. She is n very fast vt'Bsel
for her si/.e, carries eight guns, and has a
crew of 12<i officers and men, under the
command ot Julian A. Buker. She is
cruising along the American coast. This
is the first Hritish  mun-of-war that has
tbe Irish people in America, who would
not hesitate to remove the friends of
Ireland who antagonized their |iersoiiul
desires.
The Police Department that would
stoop to employing a mau like Jim McDermott, who sent several personal
friends to terms of life Imprisonment, and
concerted with dupes   to murder others
WITH   DYNAMITE,
succeeding by n mistake of the police in
more than one case, would not hesitate
to perpetrate such a crime as tho Cronin
murder to accomplish his purposes.
Tbe English negotiations with the
Chinese Government for a treaty regulating
CHINESE IMMIUttATION
to the Australian Colonics arc at a deadlock. They were commenced this summer somewhat reluctantly by Lord
Salisbury on the urgent representations
of the Colonies. But it was always felt
in the British Foreign Olliee that they
could never result in anything satisfac
nml her appearance here excites unusual
interest among maritime people.
NICARAGUA   CANAL.
New York, May 2d.—Lieut. Uptier, of
I'.S, navy, and forty men left for Grey-
town at noon in-day ou the Atlas Line
S.S. Alvena, to t>cg!n operations ou tbe
Nicaragua Canal. Five hundred native
laborers are awaiting them. Thc Alvena
carried small boats, and most of tha Improved implements used for work on the
canal.
A   DEFAULTER   SU1C1DKH.
Lima, O., May 25.—II. K. Gordon,
local agent for Adams ExpreesCompanv.
suicided by taking morphine last night
while the route agent waa checking up
bis accounts. It is thought lhat Gordon
is short in his accounts, but the amount
is not yet discovered.
tory to the Australians, especially as the j
Chinese Government hail just then j
blankly refused to ratify a similar treaty
with the United States. Absolutely
nothing has been done towards the settlement, not because the Biitish Minister
ie negligent or indifferent, but because
the Chinese cannot be got to the first
basis of agreement. The attitude they
take up is virtually this; " Your Colonies," they say, " have passed statutes
PREVENTING CHINESE IMMIiill ATlnN
into tbem, which are in flat defiance of
our treaties. They have in addition,
treated Chinese subjects with hardships,
and illegality, and now vou ask us to
make a treaty with you to do that which
UOILKU   EXPLOSION. ,
Cornwall'Ont., May 28.—Tlie report
j ciiines from Mi lie Baches that a boiler in
I a quarry exploded this morning killing 3
I men.   No particulars.
•
PEKS0HAL.
W. Gordon, agent of the Hamilton
Powdor Work* Is in the city. - v ■■:.
J. Thompson, of London, Eng., arrived
by the noon tiuin yesterday, lie has
lieen hunting and sketching in the
Rockies und is now looking tor an investment in timber limit property on Hub
coast.
Mr. and Mrs. Brainerd arrived by the
noon train yesterday.
Continued on the r cuith pao«<
Before   purchasing any groceries,   dry
  .......... ............ ,  .... goods, jewelry or any other merchandise,
you have already done.  Pass laws, if you | consult thetidveitise'mentBintheCoi'Hiia, THE  NANAIMO   COURIER,   SUNDAY,  MAY   26,    1889.
THE :■: NANAIMO :-: COURIER
AN   INDEPENDENT   NEWSPAPER
SUNDAY,  MAY   26,   188(1.
Mr. James O^ieil.is uuthoriSJjdjm J «■-
halfofthe Nanainio Cocrieii trTcanviiss
for subscriptions, advertising, receive
payments and give receipts for the same
in the citv of Victoria.
Mr. John Currie is authorized, on behalf of the Naoaiiiio Coikieh to canvass
for subscriptions, receive payment* and
give receipts for the some In Wellington.
HOODLUM ISM IN  NANAIMO.
Yesterday, about four o'clock in the
afternoon, just as the  jumping  contest
was about to begin, we noticed 11   Chinaman, hotly pursued by a mob of at least
twenty lxjys whose years   might  range
from thirteen to fifteen.   The Chinaman
was knocked down, and otherwise maltreated though not seriously.      We hope
we shall not be accused of holding a brief
on behalf of our Chinese, as we fully  recognise the harmful effects which an unrestricted immigration of so  undesirable
a class entails upon u   country  such us
ours.   But the feeling of intense shiiuie
with which we witnessed the gross out
rage of yesterday to which we refer, im
pels us to draw the attention of the public
to this matter, and   to ask it it is really
tlieir wish that inoffensive  men   whom
the law has allowed to enter the eountrv
with tlie tacit umleisUindiiig thut   legul
protection would be afforded tbem, should
be treated in such  a manner.      Let our
readers for an instant put themselves in
the place of tlie Chinaman.     Let tbem
imagine themselves residents, say in any
Chine se town (a ■ not impossible stretch
of imagination by any means), then what
would they thinkrdfa British citizen were
subjected fo the brutality to which  this
poor, fellow was forced to submit yesterday.   Many reputable  pet sous looking
On, so far from interfering in the matter,
appeared to think the incident, a  good
joke, to judge iiom their hearty laughter,
and to treat it as quite in keeping with
the other exciting events- • of   tlie   day,
though slightly informal,  inasmuch   as
the event was hot down   on the programme.     We feel well assured  that if
the tables had been reversed and a gross
outrage had occurred upon a Hritish subject in China, it would have caused summary punishment of the offenders, or
otherwise have given rise''fo •Diplomatic
or at least Consular intei-ferene".   All we
would ask-is, that so long us the law of
British Columbia professes to afford protection to those living  in the   courilrv,
that it should do bo irrespective of color,
creed, or race.   We are well aware  that
wc are treading on delicate ground. This
' Chinese question both ou this Coast uud
elsewhere, is fast coming to a bead,  uud
we are of those who from conviction  cry
"British Columbia for British Columbiana."   All wc   would   urgq   is  that  the
Public have the  remedy  in  their own
hands.   If they don't wish this  Chinese
' tide to set townrds them, let them send
representatives to Parliament pledged to
vote against the admission of the Mongolian element id together. Until such
time, lot us one and all, endeavor to
makeonr "hoodlum" element understand
that as the law is at present, protection
will be afforded to each law-abiding unit
of our population, whether Indian,
Negro, Chinaman, or White. There is
no surer gunge of crass ignorance, or
narrow prejudice, than this question of
race hatred. Who we would ask, is more
indignant than the British citizen upon a
case of injustice or oppression being
brought beiore his notice, when such injustice or oppression is practised upon a
fellow subject. Surely there ia at leust
some modicum of sound sense in the old
saw, that what is "sauce for the goose,
should be sauce for the gander," and
with a race so imbued with the migratory
instinct us is that hailing from the British
• islands, we think that merely as a matter
of telf-inteieit (not to place the question
upon any higher footing), we should do
well to see that such gross outrages as
that to which we nave called attention,
are not repeated without the offenders
being made to suffer.
Jan.
closing.    Twelve   o'clock   on   Saturday
night—eleven  on  Sunday.    We do not
take up this position from, any high mor
. nil point of view, but we think that it is
for the   well-being of any civilised, self-
respecting community, to keep its streets
as free from rowdyism us may be possi-
ibltt, inure especially ul light time.    Wu
believe   tbat    hotel-keepers   themselves
Would   speedily   learn   to   welcome the
change.    They, far more than the average outsider, would benefit by the alteration.   We are old enough to remember
the almost unanimous v^'rdicX of uliq "Li- j
censed    Victuallers"  ol   Great   Britain,
when  Mr. Bruce passed his  famous Licensing  Amendment  Act.    At   first we
grant, thc bill wus fiercely opposed—but
after  that  it   had been in operation for
some  six  months—there was  scarcely a
publican to  be found who would voluntarily revert to the old order of things.
Let any house  peremptorily lose  its license  upon   undoubted evidence being.
Offered as to any person  being supplied j Oy
with liquor while in it state of intoxieii-'
tion.—And here we would venture to in-
terpolateanother suggestion. Why should
not police officers be instructed to "take j
up" any one, whosoever he may be, irrc-1
speetive of social position or importance.
who is found drunk on the streets'.'    But |
to return to this mutter of license grunting,  we would  further advocate that a
preference be shown to houses built of
brick or stone, rather than wood, though
this should of course not be made a sine
qua nou.   Respectable hotels, properly j
conducted, are just as necessary for the J Huksk SHOEINI
public  convenience as are butchers' or
bakers' shops. The sooner "tce-totnllers"
recognise this fact—surelv u fact patent
to ull except such  as are ninno-maniucs
on this particular subject, nnd such we
have no hopo to convert to our own view
—the sooner we suy this fuel  is recognised, the sooner the reform wc advocate
will be  brought nbout, und the sooner
members of the "Blue Ribbon" will take
to heart the truth, thut it is impossible
to coerce men in the way ill which they
would coerce them.    Besides—is not half
ii loaf better than no bread?   We have
but little sympathy for the mnn who is in
fnvor of putting restriction on his neighbor's beer, though we firmly believe In
the sincere conviction of great numbers
of the good people who would  do away
with the telling of intoxicants altogether.
"We allow/.'—suya the senior member for
Southampton, England—"there are people who have convinced themselves that
u great good is effected when sober men
are debarred from  obtaining n   freshly-
drawn glass of beer, and drunkards are
driven fnr the encouragement of the distillery business to obtain their liquor out-
side of u public house, nnd get tipsy on it
nt home.
MARR1AUE AND DIVORCE IS THE
UNITED STATES.
VKAMli^Ci
> ffO\i sOKU'At;! °l< IKAMIN'U
Un-ExcelfScr .ifferyjCoiiinit-rcial Unci,
'-. itorc, Hi*lit'Urton strict, will recite
L'ioo at  mo Jir.it.- fa**-..
A.   ANDERSON, '
Albert Street,
tf Nanaimo, B.C.
-' led.
i Maiit..
niipt attc
April 6-
Donald    Smith
NOTARY PUBLIC, CONVEYANCER,
REAL   ESTATE
AND INSURANCE AGENT,
ASTzAAxetiTrxxc*,   33.   O.
linx ao.
POODLE DOG RESTAURANT
NANAIMO,  B. C.
P.  J amieson, Prop.
tew,   Cake*, Jellies,  Ice   Cream,   Blanc
Mange, &C,    The only White Labor
Restaurant in Town.   Meals
from   2? cantl up.
R. CRAIG,
General Blacksmith & Carriage Builder.
Baltlpi Sireel Bridge, KauBlmo, B. II.
With New PremlMU,   Modem   Machinery an,l| Kirs
Clan   Workmen,  all Style, uf Wagons,
Carriage, anil Haggle, will b. bnill
li, older. .
(i A SPECIALTY,   REPAIR.
ING HONK.
R.J. W.   ATWOOD,
Gh.em.ist &  Druggist.
Patent Medicines, Perfumery and
Toilet Good s.
Prescriptions Carefullv Compounded.
COMMERCIAL  STREET, NANAIMO,  B.   0,
LIQUOR LICENSES.
The question as to the advisability of
granting further licenses in Nannimo,
has been one which lias cuused much
discussion of lute, and which, from its
very nature is one of paramount interest
to the public. We know that fad-mongers have talked much sanctimonious
humbug upon this question. 1'or ourselves we are in favor of granting a license to any -house which strictly complies with the law. We are quite unable
to see why, as a matter of common justice, though any- number of persons muy
span stores (or the sule of dry l' Is,
groceries, etc., yet those wishing to open
an hotel for the accommodation of the
public should be debarred from so doing.
We argue that statistics—more especially
. a return made to the English House of
Commons, relating to the "drink" question in Wales—show almost conclusively
that the number of houses licensed to
sell liquor, have no influence upon the
amouni of- liquor contumed. What they
(the statistics) do shew, however, is this
—that the profits accruing from the trade
are merely divided among a greater number. We admit Jhe fearful ills to which
this "drink" question gives rise, but we
bare to look the matter squarely in the
(ace. Men will, drink,, Good Templars
notwithstanding. Experience proves that
acts ot Parliament will never make men
virtuous. Bearing this in mind, we contend that licenses should be issued only
to such houses as strictly comply with
the special laws relating to their particular trade. They should be compelled to
submit to properly authorized inspection,
aa to whether they provide due accommodation for guests, such as board and
lodging.   They should be forced to com-
We were much struck, upon reading
the special report recently prepared by
Mr. (.'aukoli. Wkkiiit for the American
Congress, on ''Marriage nnd Divorce iu
the United States," to see the alarming
proportion, which divorce is rapidly assuming. It scarcely requires a prophet to
foretell that legislation must very shortly
Step in nnd attempt to make it more difficult, than bus hitherto been the case, lo
throw oil'the matrimonial yoke upon the
flimsiest of pretests. Mr. YVkkiiit'm
figures speak for themselves:—
" Mr. C.utiioi.i. II. VYiiIuiit has submitted to lhc America]] Congress u
special report ou the statistics ol' the
laws relating to marriage ancl divorce in
tho United States from 1887 to isiiii. It
appears thut while the Increase in population from 1870,.to 1880 wus :.'!M pel-
cent. The increase in divorces wus
no less thnn 70 per cent. In
the number of divorces during
the whole. 20 years (18(17-88) Illinois tukes
thc lend with 38,072; Ohio comes next
with 28,ln!7; Indiana grunted 26,198;
Michigan, 18,133; Iowa, 18,664 ; Pennsylvania, 18,020; New York, 16,856; Missouri, 16,278; California, 12,118; Texas,
n,472; und Kentucky, 10,248. Of the
328,710 divorces grunted in the United
States for the 20 yenrs covered by the report, 210,733 or (iii per cent, of the whole,
were grunted lo wives nnd 111,983 lo
husbands. The cases of cruelty in which
wives sought divorce were us 7 to 1;
of desertion 1 r& to 1; and of drunkenness
lltol. The husband sought divorce for
unfaithfulness of the wife iu 38)156 cases,
while tho wife obtained a divorce in
28,480 cases for unfaithfulness of the husband. The cause.for which tic greatest,
number of divorces were granted wis desertion, being 120,.ri.r)7, oi 38 per cent, of
the entire number. Commissioner
WiiniiiTsnysthiitt.be ruses granted for
driiulieiines, numbering 13,384, by no
means represents the total number in
which intemperance is u serious factor.
In a few representative counties it was
proved thut intemperance wns u direct or
indirect cause in more than 20 per cent,
of the wholo number of divorces grunted
in such counties."
To the Travelling Public
TI CKET S
 It.   M.I.   POINTS   ON   THB	
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAIL'}"
Ami it*, connections may be hnd fiom
A. SHAW,   -.gent,    -    -    Nanaimo.
VANCOUVER
Furniture: Warehouse.
JOHN HILBERT,
Is SELLING
Furniture   and    Household
GOODS
CHEAPER than ANV OTHER HOUSE
IN THE CITY,
EDI TOR IA I.   NOTES.
We have not treated our readers to n
disquisition on Queen Victoria, and the
benefits to he reaped from u Constitutional Monarchy; believing tbnt nothing
we could possibly say on so hnckneved u
subject could be of interest, to our
them. We think of the numberless
" Queen's birthday editorials" and Odes
that we waded through wben we were
some yenrs younger,and now merely say,
as did the man with Ihe printed prayer—
" them's my sentiments."
Wu remember nn election meeting held
in Lincolnshire (England) which Sir
,Ino. Astlcy of racing fame wns address
ing. One of the audience attempted to
"badger" Mm (Sir John), by interrupting with, "what about Lawson's Liquor
Bill." The old sportsman was fully
equal to the occasion. Without n
monient'R hesitation be replied in the
dialect of his county: "I dunno ought
about Lawsnu's Liquor Bill, I on'y know
Hastion,   Front and   Wharf
Sis., Nanaimo, B. C.
W.BREDliMEyER,DR.PH.
Mining Ennjnoer, United States and
Provincial Surveyor and Assayer, Vancouver, B. C.
LATE PArJrNfcFl OF J, M'VICKER SAU LAKE CIIY.
Reliable n porl •, underground   siirvi-ys  nml   in.ips
of minus exetuted at low rules.     Assays made mi all
inds of  Mineral.*,   («•■.]   nnd   Silver   bars.      Thirty
yuars   experience  iti  mining  in  Asia,   Europe   and
United States i f America.    Speaks ten languages,
Assay   from    a   dislam e     promptT"/    attended    lo.
Address. Vancouver; B. G<
All quartz tot1 assaying left with VV, V.
Il.il.iick, Nanaimo, will be promptly for-
wATded to Br. Bredemeyer.
George Cavalsky's
Frnit Martet
iO N
VICTORIA   CRESCENT,
Is ihe place tn gut your FRlUTalwavs
the nfsl and hest of the seksoi., be-
sides if you want
Fancy     Articles,
Jewelry, Pipes and Cigars of which
he has the 'biggest assortment
in town   as   well as being
agent for
McKay's   -  London    -   Cigars,
For Nanaimo and Wellington.
His is the place and no  other, as he imports
his own goods and saves you money.
(jive him a call and satisfy yourself.
Victoria   Crescent.
ROYAL--: HOTEi,
I0.1I.HIJI1IIAI.     M
Tbe Largest and BeBt Hotel ia tli    Citv.
It. HA'IKI.VS 1'llor
NANAIMO,  B.C.
JTet,xxx.e>Bt Uarvoy
IMPORTER OF
ENGLISH ani» CANADIAN MERCHANDISE.
Commercial Street, Nanaimo,   li. C.
NOTICE.
Assessment Act and ProvindsJ Revenue Tax, Nanai*
mo District.
Notice   iti  hereby   given,  in  accordance   with the
Statutes* that Provincial Revenue Tax and all Taxes
levied under the As-.e*.-.merit Acts arc- now due- for ihe
year, i38a, and payable at my office, Nanaimu;
Assessed Taxes, if paid On or l.efure June goth, iBKtj,
air- collectable at ihe following rale*,, vi.:;
Yi of i P*r cent, ou Keal Property.'
■jYi cents per acre on Wild band.
One-third of one per cent, on Personal Property.
Vi of i percent, on Income.
If paid alter June jolh, t88y:—
S of t per ci    I,on Keal Property.
H'A Cents  |    ,:crtoii Wild Land.
Yi of i per i < -.Lou Personal Property,
}i of i per   i nt. On Income.
M. BATE.
Assessor -m   '      lllectV'
ERASER STREET, NKAR HASTION
STRKF.T BRIIKIE,
R. J. Wenborn; - Proprietor.
Repairing ami refitting of all kinds of
machinery promptly attended to In a
thorough manner. Brass linings of all
kinds mado to order.
*Ss*"-CHA IKIES
Ap 2-tf
Great   Transcontinental   Rptite,
REASONABLE.
Northern Pacific Rail'y
Via the  Cascade  Division   now  completed,
making it the Shortest,  BAt
and'  Quickest.
The Dining Car Line. The Direct Route.
No Delays, Fastest Trains, Lowest Rates
to Chicago and all Puints Kast, Tickets
sold to till Prominent pointB throughout the
Kast and South-East.
ThroUOH Pullman  Dravvini.-Room
Sleeping Cars.
Reservations can lie secured in Advance.
To East-Bound Passengers.
He careful  and   do not make a mistake, hut
be sure to take the
Northern  Pacific   Eailway.
And sec that your ticket reads via THIS
LINK, St. Paul or Minneapolis; to avoid
changes and serious delays occasioned by
other routes.
Through    Emigrant     Sleeping     Cars
Run on regular express trains full Jejigth uf
the line. Berths free. Lowest Rates.
Quickest Time.
VV. B. DENNISON,
Freight ami Passenger Agent,
Nanaimo, R. C,
A. D. CHARLTON,
Asst. Cen. Pass. Agl.
No. 2, Washington Street,   Portland, Or.
J.EPLEACE,
— IlKAI.h'.lt   IN	
IfARDwABE,    BT0V.E3,     PAINTS,    0IW1
ROPE,  GLASS, RIFLES,
CARTRIDGES, gAINT .
BRUSHES.
Tin and Sheet Ironware,
READY MIXED PAINTS,
NAILS, BUILDERS HARDWARE AND CARPENTERS-'
TOOLS.
A Full Assortment at Lowest Prices,
Victoria   Crescent,
NANAIMU.  II. (.'.
OLD FLAG INN
COB. BASTION ANll SKINNER
STREETS,
N A N A I M O,     11. 0.
.1.   I-:.   JKNKINS        -        Proprietor.
Naas River Oolachan
OCCIDENTAL    HOTEL.
Opposite E. A N. R. R. Depot.
Strictly First-Clnss.
Sample rooms for travellers.
iismine'sa cl tl sight too big." llecarri
ply with the bye-law, which ts at present ] ed Ills atldience with   linn,   and  consols dead-letter,   retjulntinjj the hours of I quently Won his election.
CSs*"Oiily   first-class   Wines,   Liquors
nil Gig:
Jignrs.
JOHN DECKER A CO.
mchiH-tf
Canadian Pacifle Natation
(tlMITKD
TIME   TABLE, JMo
CO,
IO.
TAKING EFFECT FEBRUARY iot, 1BB9.
BURRAKD INLET ROUTE.
VICTORIA TO Vancouver and Moodyville daily
except Monday, at a o'clock.
VANCOUVER TO Victoria, daily, except Monday,
at 13.13 o'clock or 011 thc arrival of tlie C. I'.
Railway Train.
PUGET SOUND ROUTE.
S.S. PREMIER will leave as follow*:—Vancouver
1 p. in., Mondays and Thursdays, returning
leaves Seattle Wednesdays and Saturdays at 6
n.m., arriving in Vancouver about 6 p.m., this to
take effort Thursday, February 9th.
NEW WESTMINSTER ROUTE.
Leaves VICTORIA fur New Westminster, Ladner's
Landing and. E.-1A1 Island, Sundays and Thursdays at 7 ./clockt-Tuesdayt at 8 o'clock.
Leave NEW WESTMINSTER for Victoria and
way ports on Monday at 2 p.m., Wednesday and
Friday at 7 a.in.
PLUMPER I'ASS, Sunday at; o'clock.
ERASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamers for Hope and way ptirts leave New Westminster every Thursday: For Chilliwliack and
way landings every 'I uesday aud Saturday at
7 n.m.
BARCLAY SOUND  ROUTE.
Steamer MAUDE leaves Victoria for Alberni and
Sound ports once a month.
NORTHERN    ROUTE.
Steamship Sardonyx will leave for Fort Simpson and
intermediate portion the First  aud   Fifteenth  of
each   month.    Whenever   BttfftoleDt    inducement
offers will call ftt points 00  the   West   Coast  and
Queer) Charlotte Islands.
The company reserve* the right of changing this
Time Table at anytime without notification.
G. A. CARLETON. JOHN IRVING,
'Gen. Aj'.ent. Manager.
FIRST BAN K
-ESTABLISHED   IN—
City fe Nanaimo
BANK   Oh'
(IN'.-ORHOKATKU  11V   HOVAI, l HAHTrtR, l86a.)
Capita!, »?, 500,000
(WITH   fOWKK  TO  JNCRBASK.)
London  Officii-— ofl Cornhill, ondon.     Branches
nt San Francisco, Portland, Oi,, Victoria, New
Westminister, Vancouver, N.iuatiin. and
IKamloops.
Ati'i'iiiM and  CorreapoiHls'iitHt
In  CANADA—The Hank of Montreal and branches.
Unii I'D Stacks—Agents Hank of Montreal, 59 Wall
Street, New Vork; —-Hank of Montreal, Chicago.
Umiki. XlVfCdom—-Bank <-f Hritish  Columbia,  a8
Cornhill, LofMonl National Provincial Hank of
England; North and South Wales Hank;
Hriiish   Linen   Company's   Bank;
Hank of Ireland.
'ndiii, China, Jap&n, Australia, New  Zealand  Hong
Kong   ami   .Shanghai    Hank    Corporation—
Chartered   Hank of India, Australia antl
China, English, Scottish and Australian  Chartered   Hank,   Hank  of
Australasia,    Commercial]'
Hank Co., of Sydney.*_j
M hxico  and SOUTH  America—London   Hank   of
Mexico and South America.
Telegraphic Transfers and  Remittances to and fn.n
till points can be made through thi" Hank at
current rat'*s.
oil ect Eons  ran Tully attended to and every descrip
iimi of banking tfgn>|gc,tcdi
hi. M.   Y AEWOOD,
Solicitor of the High Court, Ontario,
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SAFEGUARDS   OF   THE   WILL.
Stalls Adl.r   Points  to  the  Means ot  Diverting; It from  Evil   Purpose..
Every nook and corner of Chickering
hall was occupied when Felix Adler rose
to deliver bis lecture on "The Struggle
Against Temptation.'* The audience
listened to Mr. Adler with rapt attention
and st the conclusion of the address applauded loudly.
After the usual singing by the choir
Mr. Adler said that human desire ifcas at
the bottom of nearly all the good and
evil In the world; the desire for knowledge fostered the pursuit of science, the
desire for the beautiful haf created the
arts, and virtue would be unknown if
there was not within man a groping for
moral harmony.
"There are also within us," he continued, "certain gross appetites and
cravings, and wben these occupy tbe
Held of the mind they crowd out tne better thoughts and drown the soft, sweet
voice of virtue. The voice of duty has
been called still and small, and to hear it
we must havo the faculty of stilling our
PSjBSJotM
"Certain natural desires are best dealt
wltb by satisfying them, particularly in
children, whose appetites are only sharpened for pleasure when it ls denied thorn
Man. chills en, denied what Is perfectly
''gitlmate in youth, particularly the
sons of clergymen, go to excesses the
moment thoy gain their liberty.
"tt is tbe normal rule to weaken de-
sires by satisfying them, but there ure
certain desires which we cannot and
others which we must not gratify. No
desire la justified because It fa natural, if
it Interferes with higher considerations;
and all desire must be suppressed when
it does Interfere with these considerations. The object of desire has power
over us tn proportion as its mental Image
la sharply defined. Consequently, when
suoh desires do Impress themselves upon
our mind, we must at once turn our
thoughts In another direction.
"Human will Is free, let doubters say
thecontrary, notwithstanding. This theory to the contrary b the outcome of obscure metaphysics. We must, nevertheless, understand the limits In which we
are free. Let no man believe that he
can harbor evil thoughts without being
the worse tor It We are, however, free
to throw off those thoughts, when they
enter, and In making this effort lies our
redemption. This throwing off must be
complete and Immediate, else it only
leads to renewed moral degradation. We
must force our thoughts Into a new
channel when evil ones assail us, but by
forbidding them wo only make tbe desire more intense. Jesus illustrates this
when he says 'Get thee behind me,
Satan.'
"By some it Is argued that this system
Is cowardly and that we should boldly
face evil. It is true that we ought to bo
able to face it; but it Ib also true that
we are unable to do so successfully.
You hear of the great social sin, the
moral filth of which ls spread over
our city. How can men who have
mothers and sisters forget the sanctity of
women and profit by this sin? It is desire that curses thorn and makes their
vision narrow, and they apologize for
themselves by saying that the desire ts
natural. Weaklings all, ever ready to
appeal to nature. Let each man have a
task for himself throughout life, and
liko Ulysses be will sail past the sirens
toward the shining goal
"The two great helps toward this end
are the society of good and true men,
and particularly that of cultivated and
refined women, and theddeal companionship of those loved ones who havo passed
away.
"In the flrst we find those things which
wo have been striving for taken for
granted, and in mo second we can do
nothing wrong in the radiant beauty of
those sweet faces which have gone to the
life of Infinite peace." — New York
Herald.     	
Tim. X. Money.
Time well employed produces money
or an equivalent gain of somo kind. Time
idled away or wasted away upon some
unnecessary or useless labors not only
yields no return, but represents a lots of
opportunity that cannot oe replaced. One
may regain any other thing that Is squandered save time. Once gone, It la 'gone
for all eternity. No more Important lesson can be given to tbe young than that
on the value of time. It may be passed
by unheeded, for on this subject more
than any other men seem determined to
learn by experience; but warnings should
nevertheless be given, that there may be
as early an awakening as may be to the
irreparable loss of wasted timo.
Even the best of men arrived at middle age are sure to have regrets for lost
opportunities, for wasted time. Looking
hack with the knowledge gained by experience, they can see bow muoh better
they mlgkH nave ordered their lives if
they had mode the best possible use of
their timo. Suoh knowledge cannot be
expected In younger men. The time will
come when they, too, will look back with
regret; bin they should be given early
warning from the experience of others,
and be taught aa well as may be that
time it money, not In the vulgar sense,
' t in that higher one which rwsressnts
-"Ttsime^asvmtiolofthsVgsthat
" 1 to have.—Baltimore Bun.
IN LOVELY ANDALUSIA.
THE   EMPIRE   GOWN.
A Postal Card Well lilssa.
When some antiquarian of the future
reports that a citizen of Belfast wrote
oo a postal eard the whole of one of the
eual messages of President CliVeland
Inference will be that x**-estdenl
' CleVeland was a man of few words, but
the inference will be wrong,   Tbe mea-
Z contained 15,000 words, yet Mr.
Klttredge got It all on the card with
a steel pen and mk, each letter, as seen
through a microscope, being beautifully
formed. Moreover, a border three-
eighths of an inch wide Is placed around
the card, representing a string of beads,
fifty-two In number, each three-sixteenths of an inch in diameter, and most
of them containing the Lord's prayer;
-4,000 words are put Into this border.
Mr. Klttredge is 77 years old, and says
he could get 16,000* words on a postal
card. It took him forty-five days to
write thlsjine.—Lewiston (Me.) Journal.
NOW
LANDING, ex "GITANA"
and other arrivals from Great
Britain:
100 tons Pig Iron.
26,000 Fire Bricks.
300 Casks Portland Cement.
Kirkman & Sons' Pinnafortes (a choice
assortment.)
Cttrtiss & Harvey's Blasting and Sporting Powder.
W. Stuarts' Patent Double Kuot-
ng ro
J. &
ted Netting Twines, etc., etc.
ROBERT WARD,
myl2-2tl
Wharf Street,
Victoria, B.C.
Beautiful Pictures on the Portuguese Coast,
A City Founded by the Phoenicians, 1101
B. C—The Three Grade, of Society a.
Shown In tho Publlo Promenades.
There Is a curious little city on the
Gibraltar straits. It is called Cadiz.
Some 800 years ago a man named Columbus sailed from there on a cruise tu
the westward. Before he returned ho
discovered some islands.
It would appear that the little city Is
still celebrating tho return of Columbus,
for it is ever a gala day in Cadiz. Laughter and pleasure are tn the very air.
No port in Spain Is more charming
than this pretty little capital of famed
Andalusia. Just the place for a man-of-
war to mako after a hard cruise on tha
coast of Africa or a week's drill at target
practice out at sea.
It was a lovely run down the Portuguese coast from Lisbon; a trifle warm;
but whut was this when offset by thc
cool evenings so characteristic of tho
Spanish-Portuguese climes? As we neared
port on tlie morning of tho second day,
carrying all sail and u full head of steam,
tlie corvette fairly gamboled over the
water. Tho liazo which had been enveloping tho contour of tho coast line gradually lifted, presenting to the gaze of of
fleers and crew Andalusia in oil hei
beauty, charm and grandeur. Many
fishing craft come in view, and as tho
corvette surged past tho boatmen raised
their caps in respect to tho flag flying
from the peak end.
ATTRACTIVE FEATDBKS.
The appearanco of the city from tho
anchorage is beautiful in the extreme.
Tho several convent and castle crowned
hills ore the background of a lovely picture. Especially on a moonlit night tho
harbor ls to be seen in all its beauty.
From the shores the strains of music
from the military bands In the parka are
wafted across the water, while among
the dazzling glimmer of lights the gay
promenaders con be seen winding in and
out along tho Alameda. As the night
advances the gay scenes close, and save
now and then tho block specter of a huge
steamer gliding silently By, or the tinkling of a Uttle convent bell away bock
In the hills, nothing breaks the silence of
the night
Cadiz Is perhaps not so well known to
Americans as many cities of less Importance. Situated apart from the main
highway of travel, and having but little
direct commerce with the United States,
it is seldom visited by our countrymen
on matters of business, except when passengers aboard ono of tho Royal Mail
steamers or en route to some of the colonies are enabled, by a short stop over,
to obtain a cursory glance at this quaint
and most interesting of Spanish seaports.
The citv was founded about 1100 B. C.
by tho Phoenicians, who was called it
Codlr. It successively passed into thc
hands of tho Cart hagenians and Romans,
tho latter giving it the namo of Uades.
Then passing into the power of tho Goths
it was again taken in 711, this timo by
tlio Arabs. The Spainards got control
In 1869, and named the place Giles. It
was known by this name when captured
and sacked by the English in 1590. The
loss of the city and tho immense treasure held there at tho timo caused almost
general bankruptcy hi Spain. Time and
again the English attacked this beautiful city, and each time it was successfully defended. It was surrounded by
the French during 1810 and 1618, being
at that time tho seat of tho Central National Junto. Wellington's approach
raised tho slego of Marshal Victor'*
forces.
USE ONE LONG HOLIDAY.
Cadiz lias long been associated with
the liberal movements in Spain, and haa
been conspicuous during more than ono
crisis in Spanish affairs. In fact, tlio
first movoment which overthrew Queen
Isabella took placo in Cadiz, Sept 17,
1808. Unlike most European cities, the
name ot Cadiz is recognized by all countries. We got Vienna out of "Wien,"
Lisbon out of "Llsboa," by what right I
do not know. The Spaniards write tho
name of the Quaker City "Flladelphia"
and New York "Nuevo-Yorko."
In an evoning Btroll upon the lovely
Alameda one has an excellent opportunity to observe the beauty of thoAnda-
lusian women. Three parallel walks divide the people In their amusements as
rigidly as any mark of caste. In the
center ls the promenade for the upper
classes and the military. On the right
runs the walk o« tho middle class, and on
the left that of the peasantry and common soldiers. The young women were
all accompanied by duennas or chaperons. Here and thero along tho AJemedn
stood a brilliant cafe. All the women
are dressed modestly in Parlsttfn attire,
and their beauty is certainly extraordi-
narj'.
Cadis has a clean appearance, due
largely to the white stone used In building. Ihe streets are1 narrow but regularly laid oat, Around the outskirts ot
Ottdlz runs the Alameda boulevard. Ii
Is very tine. Throughout the city aro
numerous squares, some large, others
small. They offer a refreshing retreat,
among the numerous tropical plants, to
the heated pedestrian. These squares all
connect with the Alameda.
The private dwellings aro usually several stories In height. The ground floor
ia retained for a store room, and different families occupy tho several flats.
Tbe f ontastlo manner In which tbo houses
are built on the hillsides, and the utter
disregard to grading makes tho tops of
some nouses on a level with tho flrst
floors of the others. On the exterior the
appearance of the dwelling is plain save
for the bright hued tiles of varied colors.
Large, heavy iron doors secure tho entrance, and this is usually attended, as
in France, by a concierge. The Interior
fittings are very fine. An exquisite
taste, and in most coses lavish expenditure in furniture, rugs, bric-a brae, and
unique ornaments characterize the arrangements.—New York Times.
G. W.   BIGGER
VICTORIA,    I!. C.,
—Witt 01VK—
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C rayon, Indian Inkor WaterColors
The BEST WORK on the Paerftc
Coast at
NEW    ■ :-     VORK     -.-     PR ICES.
IMPRESSIONS   OF   A   FAIR   CITY   Oil
GIBRALTAR   8TRAITS.
Take a less* sisal tstssytto,
Stitch two sides tossttsr, A
Bun a pucker round we jop ;
On a ribbon tether. •
Cut somo armholea near the neck,
Put tbe belt below thsm,
Jut t to tou ch the shoulder blades.
So as not to show them.
Lot tbe ak Irt be flowing loose,
Like a sail that's flapping
In the vagrant southern breeze.
Mast and yardarma tapping.
Tack some buttons up the hack,
Two or three Is plenty,
For you know an Empire sown
In the waist Is scanty.
Put somo lace about the neck,
flew it there or pin It,
Then, to make the gown complete.
Let the girl get In It
_ Washington Crista
AN INDIAN'S WRATH.
Several years ago my husband built
and conducted a hotel for the accommodation of the miners and teamsters at
the terminal point of one of our California railroads. Like many other
small towns in the northern portion
of the state, it boasted of an Indian
rancherle, or settlement, within its environments, the half civilized inhabitants of which played a more or less important part in ita local history. With
few exceptions they wero a moderately
peaceful, industrious community, the
men spending their time in hunting
und fishing, and the women doing the
drudgery, such as procuring fuel for
their fires, the laundry work of their
white neighbors, etc. Every now and
then, however, the wild nature of the
red men, either through the medium of
Are water of intense passion, would become aroused; and at such times crimes
of varying degrees of enormity were
almost certain to be the result.
We had one child, a bright Uttle fellow about 8 rears old, who, by reason of
his cute, babyish antics, hod become a
great favorite with the patrons of the
hotel; and they, as a token of their affection, presented him on -his second
birthday with a diminutive iron bank,
in which each of the miners and teamsters had dropped a silver dollar. As day
after day came and went, doBor after
dollar found ib) way Into the little treasure box, till it became so heavy that
baby could no longer lift it, and I placed
it for safe keeping upon a bracket in my
dressing room.
One evening, after old Julia, the Indian woman, who did our laundrylng
once a week, had performed her usual
hard day's washing, it occurred to me
that I had done a very careless thing in
permitting her to go Into my room for
the soiled clothes, and, knowing the propensity of her race to steal, I at once
proceeded to ascertain whether anything
was missing. Baby's bank -was gonel
Old Julia had stolen it.
It was too late to do anything that day,
but early the next morning we had their
hut searched, with the result that fragments of tne broken bank were found,
but no money. They were bountifully
supplied with provisions, however, and
inquiry at one of the stores elicited the
fact that a large bill of goods suck aa we
had found haa been purchased there tbe
ovening before by old Julia and her
spouse. The woman was fnml'rjg'y
arrested, and, after being convteted, was
sent to the county jail in the adjoining
town for a term of three months.
Many predloted that this would not be
(ho end of the affair, as the woman's
husband was a dangerous character, and
might seek to avenge his wife's imprisonment; but neither my husband nor myself shared their fears, and the matter
was forgotten after a day or two.
One day, about a fortnight altar Julia's
convlotloq, I wae ailiting the dining
room girls to prepare tie table for
iunohepp, wheq suddenly the sound of a
low, guttural, threatening voice at the
window drew nir attention. Looting up,
startled and frhjhtened, I behead » sav
ege, hideous looking Indian
me. It was Indian Jaok,
band.
Seeing my frightened look, he advanced still closer, put his swarthy face
in at the open window and, shaking his
fist at me, grunted out, "You no give me
book my Julia, me kill you pretty sooat!"
I had him driven off at once, and as I
watched him slowly making his war
back to the ranoherle on the river bank,-
half a mile to the rear of our bouse, and
saw his threatening, angry gestures, I
confess I was badly frightened. This
feeling soon wore off, however, and as
my husband was Inclined to think It no
more than a game of bluff, his visit was
quite forgotten by tho time luncheon was
over.
That afternoon the table girls went
out in the woods for ferns; tbe cook also
was out, and as my husband was se'lom
about the house except at meals, I was
for the time being alone. To while away
the time I picked up a paper, and was
just becoming Interested in some article
when I was startled by a loud, frightened scream from my little boy, wbo
was playing in the back yard. Springing up I ran to tbe window, just in time
to see Indian Jaok snatch up my child in
his arms and hasten away In the chaparral. A terrible, frightful thought Instantly flashed through my mind. Be
was going to avenge the incarceration of
his wife by taking the life of my poor,
innocent boy I
There was no help at hand; if he was
saved, I alone must save him, and with
a desperate hope spurring me on, I
bounded out of the door In frantic, determined pursuit.
Believing his movements had been un-
observed, toe Indian had not made as
hurried flight as he might have done,
and before half the sostance to the rancherle had been traveled I was close behind
., » . . «mp Lilian glaring In at
k,oldJuil-£nus
tones for my child, but If it had any effect at all upon the fiendish bruto it v*as
to encourage him in his horrid purpose,
for now ana then he would pause, look
back with an exultant, devilish expression on his hideous face, arid then swagger off again with a low, gloating
chuckle that pierced my heart like a
dagger. L-
In this manner tho race was Icept tip
until his hut was reached, when he
bounded inside, closed the door with a
Bang, and then locked, it- In vain I
pounded upon the door, lieggeo, wept
and pleaded; tho brute was as immovable
as a rock, and I could hear my poor baby
pleading in plaintive, wailing accents
for "mamma, mamma, mammal"
The sound of my lamentations attracted the attention of a score of half
naked, sleepy looking Indians, who
rushed pell tnell from their cabins to
learn the cause of the unusual commotion, and to them I renewed my pleading.
"Nosabel" was all I could get. out of
them, and I returned to the door again,
knowing that J ash could at least understand me. __
He gave me no ajaswer, however, contenting himself with holding an animated confab in(hls own dialect with his
comrades oo the oujeide. What they
were talking about of courso 1 could not
tell; but I was not to be kept long in ignorance; for I was suddenly seized,
dragged to an adjoining hut, ind*'rudely
thrust Inside.,, Witlir tHe solid of Bio
key turning iii tne lock dhittfuB tnode a
prisoner, the feeble wail of my child
ringing in my cars, I fainted—tho intensity of my mental anguish was more
than I could endure.
How long 1 lay thus 1 do not know,
but when I awoke to consciousness all
was silent: I listenened, but I could not
hear my ohild's plaintive ofy it the adjoining but. A horrible thought flashed
Into my mind. Had the demon Jack
killed him?
My distracted mind had not yet found
the answer when- the' sound of my door
being unhooked was heard, and the next
moment Jack entered my presence,
locking the door afteri b^fo. I n-B*fco"Fto-
ward him, and frantically grasped His
arm. "My boyl Where Is he? What
have you done with himr" ;j-'
The Indian shook me rudelyj-ajtty.
"Ugh!" grunted he. "Boy no goodl/Too
much yabl •yah! all tine—d-— boyl"
I would not .thus be put off, and still
assailed him with my entreaties. He
endured it with, stolid indifference for
several moments, and then, as If prompted by an uncontrollable impulse, took one
hasty stride toward me and rudely
clutched my arm. "You tell jail man
let my Julia comeback!" demanded ho
savagely. " •*
I told him I would do all I could, but
that it was now beyond my power to effect her release.
"You tell Injun lie!" cried he. "Jail
man let her go, you tell him to'"**
I again told him as I had before, that
1 was powerless to do as he asked.
The answer seemed to goad him on to
greater fury; his grip tightened upon my
arm; his dark eyes emitted a fiendish,
wicked glitter, and, drawing from his
belt a keen edged dirk, ho leaned'over
me and hissed, "You lie, and Jafclt kill
you!" I • Jt   '■-,.
I saw the gleaming blade ascend and
hang trembling above me, and then,
withaloudj piercing, despairing shriek,
I lost consciousness.
When I opened my eyes, I found my
husband bending over me, and a group
of familiar faces all around me, whom 1
at once recognized ns the regular patrons
of the hotel
The flight of Indian Jack and my
frantic pursuit had been observed by
some men working in a slaughter house
near the rancherie, and, fearing some
thing; was wrong, they had notified my
husband, who. with several miners} had
rushed to my lelief.
found tatt asleep, in JaclJ'a cant,~H.ich
accounted for my not hearing him when
I recovered from my swoon some time
before.^ -L_        . „_      .,
As for Jaok, after being mauled to the
" "tent of the,h>
ven
THE   CHOICE.
She called three knights before her throne,
Ahl fair was she, 1 ween, -ev
and there abo7e Ihem stood alone
Their rightful stag* an*fttteen;
ind then quoth sow "A task-be
To each a c"
Columbia • Carriage* Works
• astings Street, East  of Carroll, Van *"-•   '
 o— i   d
Ono leads my wars, one guards my gold.
,   And one shall sing my songs "
Then forth there stepped the goodliest knight
. That ever couched s lance;
Dark WM his eye, and darkly bright
The son! uf thin bis glance;
He was the uravest of tho three.
Ths Idol of the throngs,
"Oh, queen!" he cried, "this choice to may
Tbat I may sing thy
~ nest McOaffey
This - ■ r.m-ive establishment has j.-t opened.    A forge jnlMHi^skd stocks!
Carriages,    Buggies,   BuckbOafBte,
WILL BE KEPT IN STOCK AND UlAjUg ICttA^lt-K
-.l.SbK ctnaun.cut Mill b* u.«ut .
i rear »
bxico a wee
.** -"dresB nor address of Suii
ll0, -l  Street.     Telegrams
bim.
"Bring back my boy!" cried I In frantic tones. "Kill me if you will, but
spare my child!"
An angry grunt was his only reply
upon finding me in pursuit, and placing
his hand over the baby's mouth to still
hla piteous cries, he quiokened Us pace
*o as to keep out of my way.
Still I ran on, bogging in   sobbing
JAS. Ot. FAIRBUEN,
HAS REMOVED TO
BASTION   STREET
Next   Hilbert's  Furniture
Warehouse.
§eWRepairing ci all kinds promptly
attended to.
Ap 23-tf
Punishing Pilfering Policemen. '
The Siamese have a curious method of
punishing their polic istables whon
.' jnd guilty of as Not very
Lug since, one of tli linns of the
peace was seen statu . the door of
the police station Willi .muds tied behind his back, and wearing on his breast
a board with the following notice: 'Ms
name is Cuddy, and 1 have been placed
here by the order of Corp. Sin. Last
night I stole a sword belonging to lib
majesty the king, and was taken In tho
act by a guard at the moment wheu I
was carrying off the article under my
arm. Today 1 repent that base action.
The Inspector is very angry with me and
•ays I deserve a punishment, my offense
being a serious one, as I belong to the
police. I entreat the passers by to look
me in the face and* tell me sincerely If I
ought to be whipped. In my opinion my
cijnwia not a vervserious one,because
everybody here'TOer the Same. "—'Paris
La Temps.
Miss  Emma Eames,  the   Bath,  Me..
"a
bee
Mount
The noble hearted HrWrs-iio learn sorne-
sters, dot satisfied with riddtus Smith.
neighborhood of Indian Jack, donau Super-
larger and strongerbahk to my boy, anu in.
showed nOvEBlaxation in their generosity -j"jjjj
until it was even heavier than the one old
Julia stole. ,
As for myss|f—well, I am no longer n
resident of that part of the state, aiui__
though I were, to live »thousand years'.*'
I should never forget the horrors of that
eventful day, or how nearly I become
the victim of on Indian's wrath.—Mrs.
A. 8. Burroughs, in Overland Monthly.
An tTnerJnal Battle.
The lower animals go not unarmed.
The sword of the Bword flsh, the sting of
the wasp, the venom of the snake, the
Ink .bag of the cuttle fish, the power of
the electric eel, and hundreds of other
devices, equip tlje" j IpaTW orders with
weapons offensive and Sofensivc. Tht
way in which a hedgehog kills a serpen:
ia described in tiu. following incld' .t;
The hedgehog cautiously approached
the sleeping reptile aad seized the end of
ib* tail botween his teeth and gave :i sharp
bite. Then he quickly rolled hi -nsolf into
a compact, spiny ball, and awaited de
velopmonts.
,., 1£p snako, thus rudely awakened, was
£t ouo>) belllgoren*, ft turned UP°" "ta
enemy-ami fought with ita fangs.
The hedgehog, securely intrenched
within bis spine*, retained his hold of
tho toll and allowed, himself to be
dragged back and forth during the struggle. . Meantime the serpent's jaws were
^becoming"'lacerated' and useless from
constant assault upon its enemy's needle
pointed carapace.'
Exhausted and bleeding from Its many
wounds, the snake finally ceased its efforts. This was what the hedgehog hod
waited for. He unrolled himself, disemboweled the unlucky snake and proceeded
to eat his breakfast, apparently none the
worse for the encounter which had cost
his antagonist so dearly.
•I1»'li<ar9hog'it-lgfct hove said: "1
didn't kill-'-tho shaW but tf it was so
foolish as to kill itself on my spines,
why it must take the consequences, and
I'll take a-breakfast."—Youth's Companion. ,       ,
Wouldn't Break tie Law.
"I had an experience on tho'Ponnsyl-
vanla limited express traveling from Chicago last Sunday," said a prominent
merchant recently, "which struck me as
being very peculiar. I ordered a bottle
of claret with my dinner while we were
going through Pennsylvania, and was
astonished when the waiter refused to
take the order.
"'Wedorit serve liquors on Sunday,
sir,' he said.
"His sanctimonious tone and expression humbled me, and I felt seriously rebuffed. I was still meditating over this
when the train.crossed the border Into
New Jersey. Suddenly the door opened
And tbe waiter returned, but what a
change in expression! A large and
healthy smllo illumined his face, and he
carried a tray covered with bottles of
beer and glasses.
" 'How is this?' I askod him as he returned. 'I thought you didn't serve
liquors today?'
" 'Oh, we're in Jersey now,' was the
reply.
"From that timo on there was no
dearth, of strong drink."—New York
World.
A Duel wltb Bum.
A novel kind of duel with a tragic termination has just taken placo outside
Paris between two rivals in the affections of the buxom barmaid of a wine
tavern. Tho rivals were brothers, and
they resolved to drink copious libations
of fiery and. undiluted rum until one or
both should be dVerpowered. lite alcoholic article sold as "pure Jamaica" in
Parisian taverns U \oA enough when
well watered, but when talfen neat and
in large quantities it ls worse than the
poisonous absinthe with which too many
Frenchmen ply themselves. The brothers began their "rum duel" before the
 ' " " them
ion as tbey
luiirf *-'uo "^ them fell
("Man  of Japan"JTcounter and was
been  formed   forjy  and restored,
iiiojitrlt*
H0RSE-SHO£|fl.  SyT
iTri:  H4.itsis; jj.o-j.
PPpipUMr .<■■■,:■ iriug in ul) its bra
itiefTiu.     ia *■"- rjl ■■1-|---1*-i nt  will rcccj
nrt-J worlsiunt!, vvelTaiid favuraLily kuo-Aii in many patu of the li*»in
urt-ij  the   (ji:-i   -in-i-i   on tl.
u -jUavraiitct.- to  prcvcuiMi
■tl ai.cj trcattd on tin  laUt-*Bi
Repairing in all its brancheti, u well u I'AI
ueatnov and at tuo-it-rati- -jtict- .      Lijjhi uiui HeSvy
uiiciiiicjf.V.     *etat\ KvcsryA-Jcpartmuiit  will receive lhc ucritona) mii
l-encrtcWWoil;-- r	
..'111.,!    Ut    -utTi'm £.1.1
.\«-i, K4f..d»Jni..-*itb
of every de.->aiptij *.
iv M, N AH b ..iti J.i . a-
Ull
-A*  T.   McNABB  A  Co.
<URESCHE   GREBlK^iCK).,
BATCKmafc
Go7ernment Street
»».ac.
Ofjoaita Keoeivftd in Gold, Silver and V. S. Ourrenoy.    leteiest rated oi/ihe sane
•''♦-   rt       „ °" Iitne deposit*. .,-   <  a**)
Cold Dust aud tl. E. Currency purchased at histlinl minis** rate*.
******* ytt'lst Drafts aud Telegraphic Trausfers oe Has, FremssniQiie Vork and
u -ill .' "     , Canada.        . ■       ,, ,    ,   i    Uu
frielssegf .on Loudou available in all | 1 Fru  11    XeslVi>il_. Injtuml mil
i   ...    »» .in Sootlaud. . .
rje"rmtr*fm>dlt sTC-nedou the-iriiieinsl Ctti-sujf the Unitnl -*m.-,. Uuuwlii and
i'i'-o -•*■   T        ■ ...      . ... jEtll.»iH>. , i,,^ ,B   m
I tar Atrttota tm, . ttVejl-sv ft^,
*aa*--*siift-»-'--JL..'uUl*|l' istii*..'!
BRITISH COLUMBIA STEAM
NESBITT. DICK   ON to. OO.. P. ,,„ ietoi-W,"
TORT  STRBHT, ■       •       ABOVB   IWUC»i«>*--
eyes of, their dani*-y:whe supj
W^^Tfc^tswil-frreli^'0000™
unth s  tne (,(litor o[ a paj*- one of
tffcf ftosty air
taFff and died
loyalty to t
of the spt, cSflgM a' cl
says Oieg the, field free to his riyj).
Tcagb "times.
opera sintfert who has created sjatti
furore mPnri»,Uoneof tbe luosfiriii.
iantly beautiful and dashing young women that Maine ever raised.
Imr
1
English electricians boast   that   the;
ore far ahead of us in their knowledi
of the aoienoe of electrotechnics, but
knowledge themselves b*hind us in tli
practical applications ef electricity.
I     H  ■ I Mi    'jj i
NOTICE.
—-——
iTiCE* IS HEREBY Til VEN THAT,
6o days after date, wc urtfend miking
application   to Honorable,'* the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and WoYk* for pel-1*
mission to purchase 3*0 acres of laini, situation the  west" side of Alherrri Canst, com-
mencing at a post about three miles from1 thc
head of the canal; thence west 40 cUains;
thence north 80 chains-   ttiencc east"In the
canal; thenct following thc &ore Hoe to the
point of comme'iicratnt.     "'        '    -
,J ■'** T. W."tATTWtSON,
*' M. H". WtVAN.
Victoria, B. C,
April 19th, iSHo. 2m
"The Beglnnlnf of the End."
"It is the beginning of the end" is attributed to 'jVileyrond as having beon so
truthfully pr Micted by him of too situation of tho Hi, W*d Days. But the first
time Talloyra. ij heard it was when he
woe complimeslded fn it by M. De VI-
trofles, and' then Iio saw no reason for
.disavowing the paternity. Private individuals not infreqaently obtain life and
credit for their hapgy ideas by ascribing
them to somo .renowned spirit of the
time, and this seems especially to have
happened to Talleyrand, who did not,
and often could not, disown the authorship. This happened in the case of the
saving: "Speech was given to man to
mmm'ttttV
custom started in tha world -under Talleyrand's name In tho "Naln Jauno," and
which then never afterward ho could
succeed'in reclaiming. But Voltaire was
tho flrst to express tho idea,—The Qen-
t lemon's Magazine.
as —'»      ,	
A rankee Utah F0rt7-.I1 Trade-.
> Mr. O. & King, of this oity, is a natural genius, when a boy of nine or ten
ho completed a miniature saw mill, an
exact; counterpart of tho mill owned by
his uncle, for whom ho worked, this
was placed under the mill, whero it was
run by a water Wheel, bong, red potatoes were cut into "plonks" ond "boards,"
the mMhfoery running with the precision of the larger machines. As he grew
older his genius developed .until he could
turn his hand at anything. He worked
at many trades and was the master of
iprentf^eshlj.', , Mr.
fol-
to be fbr*r-six. —
Arrowroot,
Assorted Jumbles,
Assorted Tlngers.
Abernethy.
Cabin,
Coffee Cake,
Cheese Biscuits.
Currant Tops
Olnger Snaps,
Qraham Wafers.
Olnger Cake,
Family Pilot.
Fancy Mixed.
Fruit Bteer,
Iced Olnger Bread.
Iced Sultana.
Lemon Snai,*,
Lemon BI- ouJSj
N«w Vc. '■  bruua.
Obi  m.s,,
Pilot.
Verklna,
r'tollMlsastaV.-.'
Soda Oraeo.. •
Seed Biscuit,
Susjisi  Crackers,
Spice Jumbles.
Sutfar Cookies,
bultana Biscuit,
Vanilla Cream.     .
Win*,
, Etc., B»c.
■rwi^.^cSoN a,rca'S,*B^cS|tl..aU*nC,edt0-   "* "»" °'' °"
BRITISH COLUMBIA
(LIja*T*t?rHa*Dll
THOIHAS ALLSOP.
HENRY 8. UM ION,
CUVLEB A.  -IOI.LAND
OlasJSCTOXS.
56 New
Broad St.
J
£0M.Mufl.
Ihe business of ALLSOP  tt MASON hot turn «_   «**
-j»of a Company and will be carried on by (ye Ct\**\p****Vfr\m   thtA
dattasa General Land IniestwentandlnturattZjStttoL^    -
MONEY TO IBIM'gJ!»-^«s*gr,a--g,
tale ou eaay lermr.
Dr. J.   Collis   Browne's        PHYSICIANS.
GIILORODYNE. 	
TIIK ORIGINAL and ONLY.GENUINE
WWYMOND WALKEM, M.D..O.M.,
(Coroner for the Province ot Brit-
_, „ IBh Columbia.) Bc«ide|ice. East
WeUinKton.      Telephone      (-oniMMition
No. 28.
Advice to invalids—If you h ish Io otnum
quiet refreshing sleep, free fiom headache,
relief from paiti and anguish, to calm and
assuage the weary nchings of protracted
disease, invigorate the nervous media, and
regulate the circulating systems of the body,
you will provide yourself with tnat marvellous remedy discovered by Dr. J. Collis
Browne (late Army Medical Staff), to which
he gave the name of CHLORODYNE, and
which is admittLtl by the profession to be the
imp-it. .wonderful and valuable remedy ever
,<li|coyered%
/JHLqUOPYNK is the besi reaiedy
knoTrn'forToughs" Consumption, liruncnitis,
Asthma.
CHLOROnVNE acts like a charm in
friarrncea, and is the only specific in Cholera
and Dysentery.
CIIl.ORODVNK effectually cuts short all
attacks of Epilepsy, Hysteria, Palpitation
nnd Spasms.
CHLORODYNE is the only palliative in
Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gout, Cancer,
Toothache, Meningitis, &: , &c,
Krom Symes & Co., Pharmaceutical j
Chemists Medical Hall, Simla, lanuary 5th,
Mm To J. T. Daveriport, *sq., 33 Great
Rm.st-11 Street, Bloomsbury, Loadon, Deat
Sir:—We embrace this opportunity of congratulating you upon the wide-spread reputation this justly esteemed medicine, Dr. J.
Collis iJrowne's Chlorodyne, has earned for
itself, not only in Hindostan, but all over
the Kast. As a remedy of general utility,
We much question whether a better is imported into the country, and we shall !«*
gjad to hear of its finding a place in every
Anglo-Indian home. The other brands, we
are happy to say, are now relegated to the i
native bazaars, and judging from their salet
we fancy their sojuni there will be but
evanescent. We could multiply instances |
Infinitum of the extraordinary efficacy of
Dr. Collis BrQWI.Q'8, Chlorodyne in Diarrho-,
and 2nd Dysentery Spasms, Cramps.
Neuralgia, the Vomiting of Pregnancy, and
a*., general Sedative, that have occurred
UDd-.' our personal observation during many
years. In Choleraic Diarrlnira, and even if
the more terrible forms of Cholera itself, wc
have witnessed its controlling power. We
have never used '-ny other foim of this
medicine than Collis Browne's, from .1 firm
conviction that it is decidedly the licst, and
also from a sense of duty we owe,to the proj
Cession and the public, as we nre ofthe
opinion tnat the substitution of any other
than Collis Browne's, is A DELIBERATE
BREACH OK FAITH ON THE PART
OP' THE CHEMIST TO PRESCRIBE
AND PATIENT ALIKE. We are sir,
faithfully yours, Symes & Co., Members of
the Pharm, Society of Great Britain, His
Excellancy the Viceroy's Chemists.
L
T   DAVIS,  11. D. O. Ue,  Pl.wician
antl   Surgeon.    Smith's   Building,
Commercial Street, Nanaimo, B.C.
——■
steAmer service.  •
Kctaoen Nanaimo, Coinox aad  Victoria.]
Stumer Amelia.'
Arrives in Nanaiamo .very Tuesday evening.
Leaves Nanaima for Comox   Wed-* ■ '
ncsday '.,. j/,, u.
Returns frum Comox for  Viitotia,
Wednesday evening
I eaves Nanaimo (ui-VJSloria Thurs-
day-. ....„ .„.    ;*• «•
Leaves Victoria fqr Kanainso, Fr,*        i
day ."....,'"'. a. M.
I.eaves Nanaimo for V.iciwia,  ami
all   way ports Saturday..... I     7A.M.
[Bcsweea   Nanaimo aad   Vascorwer.l
Sir* Ut.   RAINBOW.
Arrivs.    at     Nanaim*     Tuesdays—Leaves
Nanaimo Wednesday noreiag,
[Bet wee. Wettmjamer. Cojoux 4-Nanaimo.)
Steamer Roiieet DmtsMtjiE.
Ai rives in  Kajiaian. Wedm-sssys and Sun
days—Leaves     Naasinu    l«i    Cetnsx
Thursdays—Iaeaves    KaasHuo   for
New   Westminster     Saturdays
and   Mondays.
Trains leave Nanainio for Viclwria.   9:04 a.m.
' Welling-
ton      13:29 t. M.
" arrive ill     "fromVictoria     12:20 f. M.
"      "    "     "    " Weill",;.
Ion        8:eJ A. M,
On Saturdays an extra trail leaves Nanaimo for Victoria at 1 =56 p. M, A train also
leaves Victoria for *t**iUftimo, arriving here
at 6:55 r. al., and le****< for Wellington al
10:15 ''■ •*•
POSTAL SERVICE.
Mails close daily for  Victoria
and   way   stations  Il.u.
"    Arrive     Itltasfaa at,
"   Close for Wellington...     11:45 A. M,
"    1-or Comox, ,Alb«rmJiswJ
way stations every   Wednesday  7 r. M.
J-
The Mutual Life Insurance
00.
•DTHMSTT^r YORK,
T-tki- l,m tri-it « ompnu y lit the War Iti.
A-mgU, $126,000,000. -I
ftemipts for Year 1888 .$26,000,000
Paid  Policy Holders*   188S,  $14,000,000.
iitiu-ral.Solid- or, Josui'H Rbid.
Heart Office for British (Ytlumlmi
IUis-Vkkman A.Co., Vn. 8, P-astioi. Street
Viotoria, B.C.
CAUTION.—Vicc-Cnancellor Sir W,
Page Wood stated tfcht Dr. J, Colli* Browne.
was, undoubtedly, "the inventor uf Chlorodyne; that the story of the defendant, Fren
man, was deliberately untrue, which, he
regrfUed tn sfiy, had been, sworn to —See
"The Times," July 13, 1884.
Sold in bottles at is. 1,',-d,, 2s. 9dM 4s.
6d., and lis. eac}i. jNontj is genuine without the words "Di. J. U.oHi* Urownv.-'**
Chlorodyne" on the Government stamp,
Overwhelming medical testimony accom
panics each bottle.
t    Caution—Beware of   Piracy    and Imita-
ions.
Sole Manufactures—J. T. Davenport, 33
■Great  Russell   Street,  I'loomsburv   London
G. H. BUEBWAT tOO.
IMPORTING AND" DISPEN'SINC.
CHEMISTS ANp DRUGGISTS.
The NanatmeftaTfuar)'
COMMERCIAL    STREET.
Physician Prescriptions carefully toirrpoiin.trd
Country orders DramdrH Aw" * "
— •*»*»*-a*:    -
Your -t^ixvisiiiKt \\ u '^i' ^ ^
Keepout the Cohltsmi lUin!    i'm-i  ..or
Weather Striijs of  the   K <-n •  mi
Wkatiikii S'itim' Co
MoKIIaUCANi ANDEKSOK,  Ag-t.t*
0 ft Boa iti'. a
Ail 4
THE  NANAIMO  COURIEB,  SUNDAY, MAY  26,  1889.
NANAIMO
OOUEIER
SUNDAY,   MAY   2tl,   1889.
LOCAL AID GENERAL.
Encounter Wit*, a Panther.
Yesterday morning Mr. Wales and his
son Alliert, of Millstream, had an encounter with a large panther, which for some
time past had been feasting oh the sheep
of the district, and causing much annoyance to the fanners. On Wednesday
night the panther paid a visit to Mr.
Wales' farmyard, when tajo dogs on the
premises gave the alarm. Mr. Wales at
first supposed the'intruder to he a bear,
which is known to frequent the locality.
The dogs were let reuse and gave chase,
and Mr. Wales and his'son lollowed.
About half a mile from the house, the
animal being closely pressed, took to a
tree, hot it being too dark to see him,
Mr. Wales andiiis son lit a lire near tlio
place where the animal was treed, and
awaited daybreak to continue the hunt.
About 4 o'clock yesterday morning it
was light eaough to see the
animal in the tree, when young
Wales levelled his ride, llred and
brought the animal down. It was then
seen to lie a large panther. The dogs
made a rush on'him ns he fell, but
he was onlv slightly wounded, and at
eoce showed fight.. With a blow lie kill
ed one ot the dogs, and wounded the
other. Young Wales rushed in to save
tbe second dog, and placing the muzzle
ol hla rifie close to the brute's head, he
sent a bullet crashing through its hiain
The hunters then returned to their residence with their game, which wus found
to weigh 270 younds. The carcase of the
pantber was brought to the city yesterday
afternoon and disposed of to a Chinaman.
This is not the first panther that Albert
Wales has killed, and he hns earned
quite a name in the district as a successful hunter.—Colonist.
Meaniw Ashore lu the Narrow.
Blear Vaucouver.
We are informed that the C. P. R.
steamer Dannbe, that runs between
Vancouver, Portland and San Francisco,
has gone ashore in the Narrows, near
Vancouver. At the time of her striking
the tide was nearly full, and it is very
probable that it will be necessary to discharge her cargo before she will float.
The extent of the injuries the Danube has
sustained is not known. It seems that
tbe Danabo while entering the Narrows
at 4 o'clock on the morning of thc 24th
inst. ran aground on tbe left bank. It is
believed that she had no pilot .aboard at
the time of the accident.
AM Sata-lls*.  Hadlcul M. P. an an
II. B. H.
"The Duke of Edinburgh is clearly
legally responsible for the loss of the
Sultan, through the failure of the salvage
operations which he directed, and he
ought, therefore, of course, to be tried
by a court-martial, and if he were not a
Royal Highness, this would most assuredly be his fate. The Admiralty,
however, are resolved not to subject the
Duke to any such indignity, and 1 hear
 be is to wriggle out oi the scrape on
the wp-*hod excuse that he is an indispensable witness, snd that he cannot
possibly be lioth prisoner and witness.
This is very clever doubtless, but the
dodge will not lie appreciated by tlie
public, and will excite the disgust and
contempt of the Service."      .
AanMker Baca.
Owing to the fact that W. llaslam's
horse, Dexter, did not start in the Scrub
Race yesterday, und was at the same
time a favorite, another race has been
made between his horse Dexter and
LooisGabriel's mare Mollie. who fell on
tbe track. The race will be for $100, best
two out of three. Distance 600 yards and
tba same rules that governed the" race
meeting yesterday will apply to this one.
Each of the owners has placed a forfeit of
♦6.00 with Mr. Marwick of the Nanaimo
River River Brewery. The race will take
place on Monday, June 17.
 .*.	
Death af Mrs. W. 'I'. Ilinkr.
The very many friends of Mrs. Cecilia
Isabella Drake, beloved wife of Mr.
William Trywhitt Drake, will be grieved
to learn of that lady's death, which occurred yesterday morning, at her residence, Cook street, after but a short
illness. The deceased lady was a native
of Halifax, N. ti., and was aged only 36
yean. She leaves three children, the
youngest being only but a few weeks old.
The bereaved husband will have the
sympathy of the entire community in his
great loss.—Colonist.
Challenge.
A Cassell wishes to run his horse
"Royal" against George Baker's horse
"Sleepy Dan," for a distance of 600 yards,
for a I take of $240. Or he will back his
horse for s like amount in a single dash
ef half a mile. He is willing to run today, or any time within a month. He
issues this challenge to settle the question that arose yesterday as to the superiority of his horse ever "Sleepy Dan."
Oallislaa al «riii.iKtoii.
Two of the engines that run on the Departure Bay route from the Wellington
Collieries, yestertlay came into collision.
No one was hurt, the drivers jumping oil
in time to escape injury. Both uf the
engines were badly smashed, one was
rendered useless.
OMtuarr Notice.
We regret to learn of tlie death of Mrs.
Jane Fry, the wife of Mr. Henry Kit, M.
J*. P. of Cowicfian. The deceased died
at her home at Quamiehan, aged 04
yean.  Death resulted from heart disease.
t'srntr mum.
The laying of the comer stone ol the
Methodist Churca has  been postponed
till Tuesday.        	
Tbe proprietors of the Drlard, Victoria,
after every available bed had been taken
Thursday evening, met later calls for accommodation   by  putting  cote   in   the
Conti.ucd from I'ii .t Page.
Peek wus conceded 5 yards Btart but
when the word go was given, Langdon
shot forward and within 30 yards of the
starting post was up to hi6 opponent,
after which he took things easily and
came in a winner by a few feet.
Tbe Nnnaimo Junior Band played on
the verandah of the Dew Drop Inn at intervals during the races antt contributed
materially to the enjoyment of the day's
outing. ,,
This band also provided the music for
the lovers of Terpsichore and dancing was
kept up till a lnte hour on the Green last
night.
xhi: (i.i.tiiiuiinv ax Victoria.
The city-wits crowded with strangers,
c very hotel in the city "being full. The
baseball match on Friday, between the
Port Townsend nine and the Amities of
Victoria, was one of the most exciting
matches played in Victoria for a long
time. The game stood 9 to 9 at the end
of the 9th innings, when one extra was
played, and the Victorians managed to
score 1 to the Townsends 0.
The regatta at the Gorge was a grand
Bticcess. The single scull race, the most
interesting one the programme, was
won liy A. Richardson with Chas. Bush
a good second. A big crowd assembled
on the banks, and the water waa alive
with craft of all kinds.
The bull iu the evening, wai largely
attended, and a most pleasant timo was
held by all those who attended. The
spent was supplied by an orchestra composed of eight performers and led by
Professor Sharpe. Many strangers were
noticed among the dancers, and they
were ull loud in praise of the treatment
they received at the hands of the committee.
The athletic sports und sham battle,
held at the Hill on Saturday, went off
without a hitch, and this along with the
horse races at the Victoria Driving Park,
made it decidedly the best celebration of
the kind ever held in Victoria.
"Pisa Toi-" Cigars Pour for a Quartkb
at the Little Wonder Cigar Store. J. H.
Hilbert. *
 •••	
A     WARN! Ma.
The modes of death's approach are various, and statistics show conclusively that
more persons die from diseases of the Throat
and Lungs than any other. It is probable
that everyone, without exception - receives
vast numbers of Tubercle Gern* inlo the
system and where these germs fall upon suitable soil they start into life and develop, at
first slowly and is shown by a slight tickling
sensation in the throat and if allowed to continue their ravages they extend to the lungs
producing Consumption and to the head,
causing Catarrh. Now all is dangerous, and
if allowed to proceed will in time cause
death. At the onset you must act with
promptness; allowing a cold to go without
tttention is dangerous and may lost , ..
life. As soon as you feel that B0n.e.iuutt i
wrong with your Throat, Lungs til Nosir Is
obtain a bottle of Boschee's German Syrup.
It will give you immediate relief.
Jena, to undertake another journey to
the Arctic regions in order to make zoo-
ogical researches.
The Great Rush.—Owing to the im
mense number of purchasers visiting Mr.
Bullock's establishment on Saturday
anxious to take advantage of his disposal of
is stock at cost, he and his clerks were un-
blc to attend toa great number of customers.
He regrets that so many went away unserved, and if possible he would advise some
of his friends to shop in the morning when
hey cr.uld he better waited upon. "
We advise ull our friends wbo want
new hats, shirts, underclothing or neckwear to avail themselves of the cost prii-e
sale of dry goods at Arthur Bullock's.
Stylish prints, embroidered dresses,
handsome new French dress goods, water
ed Dlushes just received nt Arthur Bul
lock's. *
l»lt. A. O. WENT, DENTIST  OF VICTORIA.
Will lie in Nanaimo on tho 10th of each
month and remain three days. Office
Private Parlor, Central Hotel.     m21-lm
Iced Milk Shake at Pimbury's.     *
Contractor and Builder.
REPAIRS OFFICES.
SHOP     FITTING     A     SPECIALTY.
Nanaimo, B. 0., V. O. Box, 189.
May 16—1 mo
NEW TO-DAY.
iS  s   !*>
Provincial S«cbbta»t's Office,
May 23, 1389.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
SATURDAY, the 26th instant, will
be observed as a Holiday at the public offices, which will be closed on tbat
day.
By Command.
JNO. ROBBON,
Provincial Seeretary.
N
TENDERS.
TIIK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL INVITE
tenders up to Monday evening next,
the 28  inst.,   ior  clearing  Stewart
street, New Castls townsite.
Particulars can be obtained at the City
Clerk's office.
The lowest or any tender not neceeaa
ly accepted.
Nanaimo, 23rd May.     H. GOUGH,
City Clerk.
J.    Hy.   XXiltoeirt,
Dealer in Boots and Shoes,
. Wishes to announce that his stock of
LADIES, CHILDRENS'AND GENTLEMENS'BOOTS, SHOES, SLIPPERS, ETC.
 MUST   BK	
In order to make room for new stock.
 Co^-
Call and secure bargains.
A
TENDERS.
RE INVITED FOB AN ADDITION
to a house for Mr. J. Mahrer on
Comox road. Plans snd specifications ean be Been at John Hilbert's furniture storo. Tenders must be in, on or before Tuesday, 29 th May. Tbe lowest or
any tender not necessarily accepted.
$25  B£WAfiS.
The above reward will be paid to anyone finding the bodies of Harry Lester
and Herbert Green, the two young men
drowned on Tuesday 2Ut inst., off Protection Island.
FOREMAN A CAMPBELL.
1 wk
Albion Iron Works.
(LIMITED)
VICTORIA, B. C.
BNOINBBRS, *!RON     FOUNDMS     ANI
BOIL.BR MAKERS
work*:
ON STORI, DlACOVSaV AND   KSRa.D STfi,
M«uufsuurt.» of If aria, aad Uud tafia..,
Boll.rs, Fish Cassias >.d tiiaisf M.cbi.«y,
Hydn.lis Giails ud Uf* REPAIRS eiccl.d
with dispatch     Works ruK«i.s night ud day.
NOTICE.
A
LL OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF
Nanainio Lodge, No. 4, K. of P., are
requested to attend the next regular
meeting of the Lodge on Saturday, May
26th, 1889.
By order of the Lodge,
D. MOFFAT,
myHl-26 K. of B. A S.
PO It SALE.
Counter 14x2*1 **et, hat S drawers and
pigeon holes » feet 6 inches high. Is
stained and varnished hard wood. Can be
seen at the V. 8. Conaslate office. Price
»25.00. M 19—tf
MARYMONT BROS.
DSALKRS   IN
New and 'Second-Hand
GOODS.
Shaving & Batb Parlors
OPPOSITE COURIER OFFICE,
All Kinds of Goods Bought,
Sold aiw
VICTORIA CR1
IN   THE   LITTLE   WONDER   CIGAR   ST*0RE
Will be found the choicest brands of Cigars, Tobaccos, Cigarettes, as well as
the finest assortment of Pipes of every, variety to be found in the city.
J. Hy. Hilbert, Commercial Street.
FOSTER BROS.,
HOUSE, -i- SIGN
—AND-
OMIHTAI, PARS.
Paper Hanging, Kalsomining, Interior Decorations, Etc., Done at
Reasonable Rates.    Post Office Box 176.
Nanaimo Saw Mill.
Haslem to Lees,
MANUFACTUBSRB OF ALL KINDS OF
Bough and Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Laths and Pickets,
Doors, Windows and Blinds,
Moulding, Turning, Scroll Sawing, and all kinds of Wood Finishings.
J****eV**All orders sent to their address at Nanainio, B.C., will have the moid
prompt attention. Ap 23 HASLEM & LEES.
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.
J
Ap 23
For Shirts,
Pants,
Scarfs, Ties, Collars, Etc.,
-TO-
T.   L.   BROWNE   to   CO.,
CtS
99
VICTORIA   CRESCENT,   NANAIMO.
A Large Nclectioi, of ..cuts' and Uos-w' rm-iiuiiiii^s.     New Slock.
A***Rr**Good Value at Lowest Cash Prices.
GRAND CLEARANCE SALE
ON ACCOUNT UK REMOVING TO
Our New Store Adjoining Atwood's Drug Store,
As soon as the necessary alterations arc completed.
Sale Now On. -        - Great Bargains..
WE INTEND FOR THE FUTURE TO BUY FOE CASH AND SELL FOR CASH
AND WE WILL GIVE YOU A DOLLARS WORTH
FOR A DOLLAR.
CASH  - CLOTHING   - STORE,
B. AARONSON & CO., - Commercial St., Near Bastion,
Ap27
NANAIMO,  B.C.
DELMONICO    RESTAURANT
Olxxxx-ol-A Street,  NtAxxctlnrio, **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 SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION.
COAL!
T H El
Vancouver Coal  Mining
AND   LAND    CO.    (LIMITED.)
THE    WELL-KNOWN   NANAIMO AND  SOUTHFIELD   STEAM,
GAS,    AND    HOUSE   COALS   ARE    MINED   ONLY    BY
THIS   COMPANY,  AT   THEIR ESPLANADE AND
SOUTH FIELD COLLERIES,  NEAR   THE
PORT   OF   NANAIMO.
OCEAN  STEAMERS  AND THE   LARGEST  DEEP-SEA  VESSELS
LOAD AT THE COMPANY'S   WHARVES AT  ALL
STATES  OF THE TIDE  AND  RECEIVE
PROMPT  DISPATCH.
DEW
HALIBURTON
.0 Eiver^JB-O.
Tht bMt of ..itinera Mil Cig-4.. wi|| U diiiMU«d
at tba Bar.
f Lit Houl is uow uMptuttd ■• ftiruiih fiat-claa. sc*
ioimnodaiioo for S-Mrdttrf wwt Lodg"-;.-   atuardfdj
p«r   «****■**■■»   teat
EL HAGUE.
NAN'A.MU,   D.O*
J.   Lewis,
Proprietor.
•HIPPING NEWS,
Ths bark Oregon has completed her
cargo of coal and ia now waiting to he
Tie ship Ericton arrived on Friday.
Hhe will load cost for San Francisco.
WB1.1.1NOTDN.
The steamer Alki bus completed her
i and was timed* to sail last
StOU   VaXCOUVIH.
Tha steamer Robert Dunsmuir arrived
from TaOcou ver on Friday night with the
following passengers: W. Rawlinson, J.
Ellsatt, C. GriMile, T. Lord, Adjutant
Boost an** Lieut. Richardson, of the Salvation Army.
The steamer Southern California was
due last night.
 :"•*•	
SPECIAL NOTICES,
The Vaauaiver Coal Mining and Land Co.,
United, hereby give notice that any person
found cutthsg at removing timber from their
lend, without dbtaining permission at the
Company's Oflice will be prosecuted.— S
M. Robins, •'uDerintendent.
Nanaimo Land Office.
HAWTHORNTHWAITE   &   CO.
FOR SALE.
NEWCASTLE DISTRICT—Sevan acres,
mure or less, very good land, Millstream
running through, close to f^ornox Road.
A desirable homestead, mineral* included—
$1000.
Newcastle Townsite—Lot 68, Block 3.
$225 Terms.
Lot 43, block iO, $500 cash.
Lot 8, block 13, $1800 terms. Splendid
business site.
Lots n and 12, block 6—$1000.
Locations for residences and business situ
throughout thc city.
Nine blocks in the Syndicate Addition to
Port Angeles. Farms in all parts of 1 e
Province. hd
P. GABLE,
Cigar:-: Manufacturer,
Bastion St.,
Nanaimo, b c.
Smoke the celebrated "Nanaimo Enterprise" cigar.
Best in the Market.
Ap24
C. C. M4CENZIE,
Land Agsuit, Coh-f^yanetr, Acc»unttni
and -MMfftnca Ag•nt.
OfylCK.'—C. Ia, 4rwiV.> Vuildiaif, Bastion Str •**-*.,
Nanai wo,
Town Leu uud Far us for SsJ-i.    WMicy to Loan r 1
Mortgage at low ratte.
Agent for thi Glasgow and l-oadoo Fit- Ja>mi
Company.
NatioiialitoraaceCo'j
*   Of IrAland,
CAPITAL, *'.,<X»t00u,
ESTABI.IallKI) ltU*.
Fire Insurance at Current
Losses adjusted and promptly paid iu
Victoria. Agent for Nanaimo and Dis
trict. JOHN M. RUDD,
At John Hilbert's Furniture Store.
Ap 23-tf
QUE EN
Chop and Oyster House,
Long Biiiigc, Nanaimo, I!. C.
ThU hotel is situated live miles from j nva*t,pr,„    TM   uvrrpv    htvi l?
Nanaimo, on the Nanaimo River, which | OYSTERS    IN    EVER\     blYLh
affords tfce finest flshinrto be found on 1R     vi   F       Roast
tha Island.   Game ol all kinds can also |    „*,:„.fc^ <5vster £oafj
ly found near here. j... New York Stew, Hox Stew,  Tan Roast.
A  Veritable Paradise tor j FISH . GAME . AND, CHICKEN
Sportsmen. »u. kinds of roasts
Touri-ts and others will find ample       ICE    :    CREAM-
accommodation, and all the necessaries
and luxuries of lite at thu above hotel.
Louis Rowan, - Prop'r.
Wm. Blackmore,
A.r Oshi'te c t.   Eto.
OFFICE—422 CORDOVA STREET,
P. O. BOX is*. VANCOUVER. B. t.
Str Isabel
J.BENDRODT
Master.
QUEEN'S    BIRTHDA Y     CBLRBBA-
TION MAY Men  AttD ittth, 1MB.
In connection with the celebration of
tbe Queen's BlrtMey, the steamer Isabel will run aa loUowe:
fW'Callingwt all way points.
Tu.sd.y .tu ; a. m Vicm. to Naaafaw
Wcdn.sd.s- stnd 7 .. 01 Naaaiaw la Caw.
Thursday 13rd ; a. f Caw. I. Naaaiaw
Thursday ajrd is p.jp, ■ Maaaiiao g Victoria
RED   MOUSE.
  <4a>
ALKX. MAYER   •    MARCUS .WOU K.
Alex. Mayer & Co.,
"VbuUaalesad Retail Dealt-i. in ('snikai..
MKRCHANDItt
Orders   promptly   and   carefully delivered1
SHU-I-INO BirrPilttPAND  SHIPS HIS
BUKShli.
Commercial  Street,
Nanaimo, B.C.
£3**"Open day and night. Meals 25 cents
and upwards. Board and Lodging liy the
day, week or month.
W. H. PHILPOTT, Prop.
apl3 If
IXX.XVT.
Next   door   to   Hint's   Bros.,
Commercial  Street.
W. tt, DEBBIE, Pro]).
. ■
Coataaatly on band a lull assort merit of
Choice Meats and Vegetables.
Shipping supplied af short notice.
LICENSE NOTICE.
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT I
intend te apply at the LicensingCourt
to be holden beiore the Boa-d of
License Commissioners for tlie atuni-
cipalitv of the City of Nanaimo on tho
eeoond Wednesday in June, 1889, for a
license to sell wine, spirits, beer and
other fermented or intoxicating liquors
by retail, within the limits of the said
Municipality in the two-story building
situated en Church Street lu said, city
aari iat Hock LVII, and now used and
KiiiicATioN   Branch
of tub Provincial Siii'ilKTAicv'i.Di'T,
Victoriu, (Muy 7th, 1889.
OTICE IS IIEKKBY UIVEN THAT
thc Allium) Exuniinntinii of caiidi-
dnlcB for coftiflcatea of qualification
to teach iu the Public Schools ofthe Province will he held as follows, commencing on Monday, duly Nth, at 10 a. in.:
N
. -   Legislative Hall.
-   -   Public School
In Victoria   -
In Kamloops
Building.
Each applicant must forward a notice,
thirty days befose the Examination, Hinting the class and grade of certificate for
which lie will be a candidate, and the
place at which he will attend.
S. D. POPE,
Superintendent of Educetion.
May 11—lmo
18
!NDRODT
Master.
cocupied by ae as a Restaurant, and to  ">*""*•■"
be kiown as the "Windsor House." £*£» "'•"
HUGH DEMPSEY
Dated May 2—May—9-June 12
0.aWAJtvf,Mi)i)iIa! Next/- April 15th,
The sicami'i   Isabel will run u follow1*
calling at way ports: • •*
Mondaty, is, 'noon     ...'. ■ Victoria to Nanaimo
Tuesday, 7 a.m Nanaimo to Comox
Wedn-tiday, 7 a.in.. : Comox to Nauaimo
Thursday, 7 a.m Nanaimo to Como
 ComOx to NansiniQ
 Naiiaiiwi to Victoria
Saturday, 7 a.m
Fo
Ma
For Firtight  and   Parage upply on board.
* r 1—tf
This is Hilbert's "ad" and Don't
You Forget It.
VANCOUVER rUBNITUEE WAREHOUSE STILL AT THE FRONT,
Goods sold on the installment plan.    We carry a full line of House Furnishing
(ioods, Linoleums, Carpets nnd Parlor Bedroom Suits, made to order in
style, color or pattern.   We keep the largest stock of Wall Paper
of any House in the city.    All our Upholstering done on
the premises!   Children*' Carriages, (.'rockery,
Glssswarei China Electro-plated ware
Table Cutlery.
AGENT  FOB THE GENUINE   SINGER   SEWING  MACHINE.
Parties wishing a general outfit of Furniture will do well liy examining mjr stock
before buying elsewhere. Also the hest equipped undertaking establishment
this side of Snn Francisco, and the only enibnlmer in the city. Note the
address and don't yon forget it. «
Bastion, Front and Wharf Streets, Nanaimo.
J. HilTwrt,
"Proprietor.
-IMPORTER   OF-
Stoves, Orates, Ranges, Pumps, Lead Pipes, Zinc, and
General Hardware.
Manufacturer of Tin, Copper, Zinc and  Sheet-iron  Ware.    J""*""""Metal  Booflng
and Repairing.    A full line of Hardware of all description constantly
1
111 stock at bottom prices.    A call solicited.
"Walter "Wilson, - Commercial St.
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