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Array Occidental Hotel.
First-i 'lass—Large ,/?•"■-,■/•<*.
Nicely FurniiJiettX
&J0~  Special  attention  given to ihe
Dining Department*    Charges moderate*
DECSIM&B *■**: CO.. P/Jpii
-''':«i*;''*2
,.^-^
Occidental Hotel.
SAMPLE ROOM
FOR   COMMERCIAL   TRAVELERS.
The Uar is supplied with only the best Wine*-,
Liunors and Cigars. Wieland's Celebrated Phi's-
dclphm Lager Beer on Draught.
Vol. 1.
NANAIMO B. C, SUNDAY, JUNE 30.
96.
WRESTLING   MATCH
l***~~~*M   l'AB>SHOR't'II.
Between Ban McLeod, of N.iuaiica;, aad
E. W. Jobaston, Champion All-
Eouiid Athlete ut'
the World.
Tlio t Iri't    \ ntcc-fdeilt'.-.-A   Respcct"
able  Young    luii   t ,iiir*i *.<■.-.'. im..
'ii:t»ria:f'--.».'S*l!«'    irli<.('rj.i Mr   ('oimc*-
quenccs*
The World in General.
gw
Stock  Must  lie Sold.
Cotne Before it in too Late.
j; Offal Ciist.
This is No Humbug.
Examine Prices and Quality and you will l.e Convlnci
ARTHUR BULLOCK'S Crescent Store
mm*
HUGH NELSON.
ofthe
LISLE THREAD GLOVES froml!
KID GLOVES (Celebrated Josephine make) from 61
per p.
par pi
ii
PENCER& PERKINS
sons
Bay Co'y,
■/IOTOB1A, by tbe Grace of God
United Kingdon of Great. Britain and
Ireland, Quern, Defender of tlie
Faith, aic, Ac, ate.
To the Reluming Officer oj tbe Electoral
District of Nanaimo:
WHEREAS a vacancy baa happened
in tbe Legislative Assembly by tbe
death  of the  Honorable Robert  Dunsmuir, a Member nf the Electoral District
of Nannimo, we command yon that, notice of tbe timo aud place of election he-
I ing duly given, you do cause election to
bo mado according to law, of one Member
lo serve in tbe Legislative Assembly of
the Province of British Columbia, for tbe  ^''"L'tn"
Electoral District of Nanaimo, and that  t",,, .".„.'
you do cause (He nomination of canal-     "
dates at such election to be held on the
ilay of , and do cause the name
of such Member when so elected,
Whether he bo present or absent, to be
certified to Our Supreme Court, nt the
Oity of Victoria, on or before tbe twenty-
ninth day of June instant, the election
so made, distinctly und openly under
Our Seal duly endorsed upon this Out-
Writ.
In Tkstimonv Whereof, We have
caused these Our Letters to lie made
Patent under the Great Seal of Our
said Province of British Columbia.
Witness, tbe Honorable Hugh Nelson, at our Government House, at
Victoria, tbo third day of Juno, in
the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and eighty-nine.
Bv Command.
JAMES C. PREVOST,
Registrar of the Supreme Court.
Havt
Received Ex "Menuock" and "Stowe" Full Supplies
of Liquors and Provisions and Offer the Same
for Sale at Market Prices.
t
anaimo Saw
Haslem Ss Lees,
Just Arrived!
THIS SEASON'S CATCH-
300 Kits, K.egs
and Half-Barrels
00LACHANS.
San Juan and Saanich Lime, Portland
cement,    laster of Paris and Brick.   For
IHI'   IIHAMPION
Tbe wrestling match, between D. McLeod, of Nanaimo, and E. W. Johnston,
Champion  All-round   Athlete    of the
Wurlil, for If250 a side and $100 gate
money took place last nuht in City Hall,
ami after an exciting contest McLeod
won  in   two straight bouts.
Johnston is a man about six inches
tailor than McLeod and much heavier,
but wben one comes to c,ous'l('r ^'at
.McLeod, though a small man pleasures
1':. inches more round tbe chest than the
great Jobn L. Sullivan and 1.8 very agile,
it will be allowed that he Is no mean
antagonist for any wrestle**,
J.   Marsh      was    refefee,   rami   AM.
Abrams, timekeeper.    W. II.  Quiun  at-
tetideil to Johnston anal James Caldwell
attended to McLeod.
There was a fair attendance.
FIRST BOUT.
Tbe curtain rose  at  9i8d  and   Aid.
Abrams introduced the contestants who
were each heartily applauded.
Both were stripped to the waist in conventional style, Johnson wealing white
knickerbockers and McLeod violet tigbts.
Timo was called and very little time
1 before clinching, each getting
ml the neck. After a few seconds McLeod mado a feint for bis opponent's leg nnfl both went onto their knees.
McLeod, by a rapid movement, caught
Johnson round tbe waist and then his
whole energy seemed bent on getting the
Nelson hold McLeod nearly obtained
bis object which occasioned g'-cal cheering from Ills many friends but after a
short struggle bis opponent almost reversed the state of alt'airs amid shouts of
"well done," "got it," etc.
McLeod finally obtained :i full Nelson bolilaml turned Johnson cleverly.
Timo (i minutes. An interval of 10 minutes was allowed.
The '-nn Francisco Examiner of tbe
liotii instant contains the following particulars respecting the unfortunate girl
who shot herself in 14 Brougbton Street
on last Sunday morning:
She was a San Francisco girl, less that
twenty ypars of Uge, received  her c-ducjt-!
tion at the  Minimi   sdiool,   and   while1
here was known by tbe name of Edna
Hi ut.jn and af forwards Edna Farnsworth.
Shortly after her first public disgrace
Edna BrutOU took up   her  residence   on |
108 Gear}' street, near Grant avenue, in j
a lodging house kept by a woman named
Delia Wciitworth.    She  remained  there
until  about   one   year   ngo,   when   sbe!
plunged a most respectable family iu dis- [
grace and caused a sensation that was
the  talk  of San  Francisco  for   days. i
.1  DISQBACEFU*. WEDDING.
One night there came to tbe bouse j
where .-he was, a young man, named .
George Fnrnsworth. He had visited the :
place before to sec Edna Bruton, ami on
this occasion theirmeetingwasthe cause '
of quite a heavy drinking bout. She appears to have bad the stronger bead of
the two or cbje sbe set to work to make
him drunk while she remained sober.
At a later hour, and while he was under
the influence of liquor, she persuaded
him to marry Iter, and the two repaired
to the bouse of Notary Public Craig,
whom they induced to draw up a marri-
lontract binding George Farnsworth
The   Sullivan-Kilraiu  Tight  all   Arranged,   and   Matters   are
Proceeding Smoothly.
P. T. Barnnm Ha.; Signed a Contract to
Take Hi,, Sho-.'/ to London
in 1890.
Additional War Shijii are to be Sent to
the Scene of Trouble, iu Del-
agoa Bay, at Once.
COmOX AND I \I„.\ MINE NEWS.
for the
j gressia.
UI.   K1I.KAIN-M 1.1.IVAN FIGHT.
Orleans, June 20.—Preparations
Kilrain-Sullivan fight are pro-
■ smoothly. Applications for tickets and special cars being constantly received by "Bud" Remind, who " has
charge of the excursion. The southern
Athletic Club of thiB citv engaged three
Bpecial coaches for members of the club
and their guests and several more have
been engaged by various social clubs of
this cily.    On   Monday,   July   9th,  the
1 Edna Bruton together'for life.    The ! first train to leave the
sale bv
A. li. JOHNSTON & CO,
May 15—1 mo
MANl'lAt'TllREES 111' Al.l. KINIIS alF
Rough and Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Laths aud Pickets,
Doors, Windows and Blinds,
Moulding, Turning, Scroll Sawing, and all kinds of Wood Finishings.
gagfAll orders sent to their address at Nanaimo, B.C., will have tbo most
prompt attention. Ap 28 HASLEM at LEES.
TWO
PIONEER
COUGHLAN C\
P. O.   Box, no.
FOR   S, A L E
MILLION   BRICKS.
BY Till'.
STEAM   BRICK    YARD.
MASON   Propr etors, Victoria, B. C.
A. R, JOHNSTON & Co.
k CoDunissiou Her
BASTION STREET & GORDON'S WHARF,
3XT A 3V A X 1VL O.
A  FULL.   h,INE   QF
Finest   Groceries   and   Fresh   Provisinos
K. EPT   IN   STOCK.
Ships     Disbursed    and    Supplies    Furnished
FAMILIES AND   SHIPPING   SUPPLIED.    GOODS   DELIVERED   TO ALL
PARTS    OF   CITY   AND   VICINITY.
AGENT
FOR    PACIFIC   COAST    STEAMSHIP   COMPANY
FOR THE E \ST OOA 3T -iTF. \MSHIP C )\lt*AM V
POODLE DOG REaSTAURANT
NANAIMO,  li. C.
P. Jamieson, Prop.
Oysters,   Cakes, JellVj, Ice  Cream,   Blanc
Mange, Ste,    The airly White Labor
Restaurant iti Town.    Meals
from   2i '-.,:nts up.
BROS.,
DEALERS   IN
New and Second-Hand
GOODS.
All Kinds of Goods Bought,
Sold  and Exchanged.
VICTORIA CRESCENT,
Opposite Provincial Hotel.
F.    W.   COOK, C.E.,
CIVIL  KNG1NGK.KR   AND  SL
VEYOR,
IR-
Sttrvtys limbs
ADDRESS
Mar -jo— tf
COMOX, 13. C,
Palace Hotel,
NANAIMO. B  C
Tin Ouly FIRST-CLASS HOUSE Iu Tlio Oity.
gar Sample Room for uso of Oom-
niorcial Travellers-
 __D. MORAIXO. Prop,
■T0H2T BOYD,
— Wholesale   and   Retail —
WINE AND TEA MERCHANT,
Yates   Street   Victoria      B.   C.
A. W.  JONES,
Real Estate aud Insurance Agent
GOVERNMENT    STREET,
Victoria,  3B.  O.
WANTED.
SECOND IlOl'T.
On time being called each roan obtained the neck hold nnd after a few preliminaries, sneli ns feinting for the leg nnd
changing holds, they wentdown. McLeod
on top.
McLeod quickly improved his position
by gettin-; n half Nelson hold whicli
Johnson tried to set rid ot liy turning
lean over on Ilis head and even succeeded in making McLeod turn n complete
somersault amid groat cheering, but Dan
wns equal to the occasion nnd showing
the agility of a cat obtained Ida former
grip.
Johnson's friends claimed a full ior
their man but it was disallowed and immediately after McLeod threw Johnson
with a hnlfNolson nnd body hold.
Great cheering ensued and the contestants bowed their acknowledgement nnd
retired.
MARSH V. PATTERSON.
During the interval of ten minutes between the first and second houls of tho
match Johnston v. .McLeod, two local
men named Marsh and Patterson,
the former of whom who wns referee
for the Johnston v. McLeod match
agreed to furnish amusement to the
waiting audience, and put up .'5 each.
Great interest wns manifested und the
contestants were heartily cheered ns they
appeared stripped on the stage. After
some very pretty work tlie wrestlers
went to ground and although Patterson
was n much smaller mnn than Marsh he
showed great strength nnd science, hut
Marsh was too heavy for him, and turned
him twice and ultimately won.
After resting during tlie second bout of
the match Johnston v. M-l.-eod, the contestants again stripped and quickly went
to business. Very early in the bout
Patterson obtained u "choke hold," and
Marsh's chances were very slim but he
pluckily attcmpteal to recover himself.
The friends of Marsh thought that he wns
being choked, but Patterson snid, "I'm
not hurting him," nnd soon put an end
to the contest by turning Marsh.
When PattorBon received the stakes he
offered to put tlie money up as a forfeit
to wrestle Mnrsh in a month's time for
$.*i0, hut as yet no word has heen received
of nn acceptance of the challenge.
contract was witnessed by some people
in the house, duly signed, and the newly
married couple went away for their wedding lour.
It was the previous good standing and
character of young Farnsworth that
gave tlie Incident importance. For nearly
a week after the marriage he must hnve
been half stupid from drink, for during
nil thnt lime he openly appeared as Iter
husband and resided with her at 108,
Geary Street.
in-: realises ins I'osjtios.
Hut at the end of a week Farnsworth
realized the shameful position lie was in.
When n full sense of his disgrace came
to hiui ho wns appalled, and after an in-
cH'ectual attempt to get her consent to
have the marriage annulled ho fled from
the city. For a time she remained in
San Frunciico und took the namo of
Edna Farnsworth, but presently she
heard that, he had gone up north und
followed him first to Seattle and later to
Victoriu.
At Sealllo she found Delia Went-
WOrth who had gone there u short time
before, nnd she remained with her.
When George Farnsworth discovered
Hint Edna hud followed him he fled
again, und once more she dogged him,
proclaiming overwhero thut she was his
wife and declaring that she would see to
it that he remained with her. She had
never been u verv strong woman and a
hnd cold Ihnl she hnd contracted rapidly
developeil into limn complaint in the
damp, cold climate of the north, and
from nccounts received here she could
only have anticipated approaching death
by consumption by a year or two at most,
or most, probably a few months. She
never could induce George Farnsworth
to hnve anything to do with her again,
but she caused liim a great deal of
trouble and made him bitterly regret the
folly of his marriage.
THIS AND THT.
0HTJR0H   NOTICES.
11 a. in. morning prayer. Litany nnd
sermon : subject, Christian Citizenship.
2 p. m. Sunday School. 7 p. m, even
song and sermon ; subject, The Church
anal Modern Civilization.
ROMAN    CATHOLIC,
St.   Peter's Wallace street,  Rev.  Father
Sultry, Service, morning, every oil
at thai hour oft) anal II,  ;i. ui
vice 7 o'clock.
PERSONAL,
Sunt]
venule,   -.i
"This revolver lias six chambers,"saitl
au auctioneer, "and I am anxious to be
its seller."
Mr. Charles Morley, a nephew of Ml.
John Morley, is one of thc cleverest
writers on the stall'of the Pall Mail Gazelle.
"Will the coming woman run for a
political olliee?" asks an exchange. She
mny, but she ought to know how to run
for a horse car lirst.
Cholmondeley (sighting)—"I wish I
were a rumor." "Wherefore?" asked
Reginald. "That i might, gain currency,"
responded the wretch.
"How long do mosquitoes live?"
asks a correspondent. That depends a
good deal on the kind of fellow tbey light
on.
No pessimist is old Prosessor Blackie.
lie says a century ago was a time of miserable humbug, uud he is thankful that
he lives in better alnys.
"1 want to write a letter to tlie Secretary of the Navy. Shall I address liim ns
'Your Excellency?'" "Ob, no; use the
term, 'Your Warship.'"
fn ihe Restaurant,—(.ins—"Is that a
Westphalia ham you ure eating?" Fitz—
"No, it comes from Maine; it is an East-
failure."
Mr. Snappy—Soma' of tlie—ah—fellahs
are actually woaring—ah- corsets, 1 understand. How .iv.fully bowel! Miss
Breit* Yes, Indeed, There's too much
stay to many of them nmv.
"You wish to marry one of my daughters. The youngest will get 15,000 marks,
the second 80,000 and the oldest 43,000." |
ity and start nt 4
u. in. win lie u special train of 10
ears, occupants paying *15 each. This
train will be followed a few minutes after
by u train of 20 cars or more, all reaching
the battle ground within an hour, ft *
confidently expected that the light will
commence at 8 u. m. Excursionists return to the eity by noon. It is generally
expected that at leasl 5000 people will be
at the ring side. The police regulations
will be under the charge of Captain Tom
Jamieson, of Meridan, Miss. The Cap-
lain is known us au efficient and resolute
officer who can always have a posse of
good men nt Ids command.
DROWNED  FROM  A  DREDGER.
Oakland, Cala., June29—J. Hill, while
working on u dredger yesterday afternoon
fell front the upper deck, broke Ids leg,
plunged into the water and was drowned.
ANOTHER EMBEZZLER.
San Francisco, June 20.—Geo. Harding, Collector for the liny Citv Roller
Flour .Mills, was arrested this afternoon
for embezzlement, it is said his peculations amouni to over six thousand dollars which he is reported to have lost in
the pool rooms.
BRNTENCE  FOR   PERJURY.
• Chun cum Yook was to-day sentenced
to ten years in the States prison for perjury in a Chinese murder trial.
FOBQBBV.
Paso.Robles, Cala.. June 2(i.--M. R.
Duffy, Veterinary Surgeon, was arrested
a few days ngo, charged with forgery of
three notes, amounting to nearly three
thousand dollars.
SOUTH   AMERICAN  GOLD   FOR RUSSIA,
London, June 29.—Large quantities of
gold coin from South America are passing
through Antwerp for Russia and Austria
ns was the case in the Franco-German
war.
DI8COOBTBOUS RUSSIANS.
Berlin, June 20.—The Magazine Bellinger Zeitung. says, recently while a number of Russian officers "ere dining witli
some Germans at Suttgaft they refused
to honor the toast to the German Empire
and that when they were reproached for
their discourtesy thev left the table.
KILLED   1JY   I.KiiriNINO.
Bangor, Me.,June 29.—During a heavy
shower yesterday lightning shattered the
house of Samuel Forbam, instantly killing Farbam, who was silting near a window. His wife and son sitting near by
were not seriously injured. Farbam is
84 years old.
raii.h AY ACCIDENT.
Emmet, Mich.. June 24.—The Chicago
and Grand Trunk train, No. 22 fast express, while going through this village at
8 o'clock this morning ran through an
open switch, derailing the engine, baggage car, two coaches and a sleeper.
There wen- some narrow escapes hut no
one wns fatally hurt, although several
persons were slightly injured. The cars
were smashed up and piled iu a heap
and it was a miracle that many persons
were not killed.
JUMPED TIIE
New Haven. Juiit
press jumped tin
I Fioin Oul Oaa-n Coiresiiundent.)
Chas. Gladding, latelv from England
niul formerly a resident of Departure Bay,
has just opened a well-stocked butcher's
shop which was badly needed here. The
Comox farmers will shortly have a local
market for all their fat stock", and as the
breed of cattle has been greatly improved
in this district of late at a considerable
outlay on the part of stock-raisers it is to
b>- hoped they will lie amply rewarded.
W. E. Losee has finished his contract
lor building forty-nine eoal cars for the
L'nioii Mines. These ears have a carrying capacity of twenty-five imperial tons
each, and wero designed in Hannin--ton,
Manchester, by the Ensign Manufacturing Company.
The San Mateo arrived last Sunday
and commenced taking on her cargo of
45S0 tons on Monday morning. She appears to lie very snugly under the shutes,
everything working as smoothly as though
the mines had been going for years.
The Presbyterian Cnureh, i. e.„ the
cabin reserved for the use of members of
this persuasion, was opened on Sunday
by the Rev. Mr. Fraser (of Comox).
Dr. .Strothers has been appointed locum
lenens in place of Dr. Hazel who has temporarily resigned
The wet weather of tlie last week has
caused the ingathering of tlie hay crops
to be retarded somewhat. However fortunately there is not very much cut as
yet, though Mr. Matthew Piercy has a
good many acres "down," which will bave
to wait for more sun before the owner
can house his crop.
There is to be a large pic-nie on Dominion Day whieh will be held at ths
Courtenay River bridge. Everyone is
going, or rather say tbey are, which doss
uot always mean quite the same thing.
The dance which is to wind up the holiday is to be at the hall of the Knights of
Pythias. It is not known to the public
in what tlie programme will consist in
addition to the dancing itself, but we all
feel that we are going to have a "ratting
good time" as the Committee of Management is composed of exactly the right
men to make it a success. Last Friday
June 28 was examination day at each of
the three public sehools in this district,
a synopsis of whicli I hope to forward
you bv next mail.
DENMAN ISLAND.
Btill
■ Unionist,
W, II. F.llis, proprietor of th
returned to Victoria yesterday.
0. Bra,mil, represeulalive of B. .luinio-
son, wholesale stationer, Victoria, returned home yeslerdny.
A. It. Johnston and Aid. Mahrer went
to Victoria yesterday.
J. Hunter. General Superintendent of
the E. at N. B. K., arrived by the noon
train yesterday.
A. Bullock, dry goods merchant, and
Teacher Now.
the moaning of
ya'sstiui. 1'ro-
ij i four horses in
You don'l   happen
older?"
\ Title of Distinction
Betty, can you tell nn
professor? Betty—Oli
lessors Is them as rides
the circus anal goes up In balloons.
Clarissa (theoride-to-be)—(Mi, 1 am so
afraid 1 sluill blush like anything! Adelin
(who wnufed him herscli')—Never fear,
alear; even if you do it will never show
through all the paint you've got on your
face.
I'nion Square—Stranger (who ought
to be on the force)—Exi'usc me, sir, but
where can I buy a copy of the Police
Gazctlcl AI (politely)—Ask that gentleman on the corner   in   a   blue uniform
W.   Lewis,  of   the  lirm of Caldwell &   	
Lewis, returned yesterday from Victoria. I '„.'i"'h'a"cl'u'ii'.    "Alus, I have no club.
W. McGregor, Manager of the   V.  C.      Retribution In   sight—First   citlren—
Co.'s mines, returned from  Victoria yea-1 Cashier   (lutskip seems to have make a
tetday. , bigger haul than the average.     Seconal
 a. «      | citizen—Yes, but there's some comfort in
till   Till', a,  tl 1,1,1   is   11,1,1V j
One of the    Vancouver photograph's
company has  broken away from his  re-
get much good of
s gone to the Paris
ligious training.     Photographs al ifl! per
dozen at Mr. Sampson's,   Well, well f
see.   Very cheap indeed, hut I  can tell
you u    photographer can live  at that;
"price, however f will follow suit.    1  will j
nave my share or burst in  Ihe attempt.'
If you want good work Call al my gallery
and see, for i am the onlv practical Pho-
W. 1'. Conghlnn,
Nnnaimo.
A house in the middle ward with live
rooms, in good locality, Address "M. M."
Courier Office.
togrnphei- in this city
opposite Windsor Hotel,
Dentil.
Mrs. June Morgan, aged SO years, wife
of Mr. Morgan Morgans, alicd at her residence on Nicol Street yesterday, of inflammation. The funeral takes place this
afternoon,
knowing that.be won'
it. I'm told that lit
Exposition.
she, 0 George, 1 think ma is too mean
for anything. She said last night if I
eva'r married, she would giw the piano
to my littlo slater. He—Did sho! By
the way alear, I'm ready tai marry you at
any lime now. The last obstacle has
j)Ben removed.
Hiram Hay, of llayville, recently made
atrip to tho Pacific coast. In describing
his experiences,   he  said;      "The only
thing that disappointed me was the way
my old watch cut up. All the way out it
kept gainln' time, and ull the way back it
kept rosin'.    Wonderful, wasn't It?"
If you want u cheap stove go to J. H.
Pleace, he hns a fine stock nt allprices.
TRACK.
—The Boston ex-
traok near Northfonl at
4 :'!:) this afternoon.   Three persons were
killed outright and several badly injured.
RKITIsn  AMBASSADOR  ll! vs LAND.
Washington, June 29.—Sir Jnlinn
Paunceforte purchased Beveral acres of
line farming land just outside thc
city, but in the neighborhood of lhe
County Club, which It is understood he
intends devoting to fanning purposes.
This is tin- lirst instance on record of a
Foreign Ambassador investing in district
real estate. Sir Julian Intends sailing
early in July for n visit home und upon
his return in tba' auttunn will be accompanied bv bis wife and two daughters.
Washington, June 21',—A Cabinet
Council hclil to-day decided to send additional warships in Delngoa Bay immediately.
HARNUM's MKNACIHH1E I.s   LONDON,
London, June LP.—Geo. Starr, Agent
of P. T. Barnuni has signed a contract on
behalf of (he American showman giving
liim the contract of the Olynipiu, the
largest building iu London, in which to
give exhibitions. A large deposit was
made which is to be forfeited it tlie
"Greatest on Earth" is not brought to
London in 1890.
.as. -
A     (VAUMMi.
Tin: modes of death's approach are various, anal statistics show conclusively that
more poisons tlie from diseases of thc Throat
antl Lungs than any other. lt is probable
lhat everyone, without exception receives
vast numbers of Tubercle (lerms into the
system anal where these germs fallnpOn suitable soil they start into life antl develop, at
lirst slowly an.l is shown by a slight tickling
sensation in lhe throat and if allowed to con-
! tinac Iheir ravages they exlenal to die lungs
producing Consumption antl to the head,
causing Catarrh. Now ail is dangerous, and
if allowed to proceed will in time cause
tealh. At the onset you least act with
promptness; allowing a cold lo go without
attention is dangerous and may los;
lile. As soon ns you feel that s in. ,..ih
aVTong with your Throat, Ltu.gs a a No-.'il
datain a bottle of Boschec'B Geraian Syra
It will give you Immediate relief;
(From our Special Correspondent.)
The Denman Island School Examination took place on the 26th inBtant. The
school-house wns very tastefully decora
ted witli evergreens, flowers, mottoes,
etc. The Examination passed off with
credit alike to scholars and teacher, (Miss
Coughlan), Certain of the pupils showed
remarkable aptitude, and would, I don't
doubt, easily bold their own with scholars of tlieir own age iu the schools of
Nannimo and Wellington. Two or three
telling speeclieB were made by Trustees
nnd visitors, and a capital recitation was
given by Mr. Cheney, which was applauded to the echo. Among the visitors
present I noticed Mr. and Mrs. Picket;
Mr. and Mrs. McMillan; Mr. and Mrs.
Picklesi Mr. and Mrs. Kenan; Misa
Graham, Mr. Cheney, Mr. Daw, Mr.
Bnikie, Rev. Stephens, the McFarlane
Bros.; Mrs. Robert Grant (of Nanaimo);
Mrs. Cessford and Mrs. A Grant (of the
I'nion Mines) j Miss Piercey and MissMor-
rison; besides Mrs. and Misa Green and
Mr. und Miss Ford from Hornby Island.
Tlie day was delightfully fine nnd everyone appeared to enjoy him or herself
amazingly. Miss Coughlan leaves by
steamer to-morrow to spend the holidays
nt her home near South Arm, on the
Fraser Riycr.
It is customary on theso occasions to
beslaver teachers with praise, the periodical recurrence of which must at times
become almost nauseating, but the incense offered to Miss Coughlan hy our
correspondent almost leads us to infer
"mt she is either a young lady of extraordinary ability or else that our "special"
was—well, never mind, we won't say
what—[Ed.
The Rev. Mr. Stephens—successor to
Mr. Bear—held service for tlie first time
in Denman Island last Sunday evening.
Our Sunday-School picnic is to take
place very shortly and both the children
under 12, and also the youngeters under
80, nre eagerly anticipating the pleasurable event.
A good deal of half-cured hay waa lying on the ground when the rains commenced almost a week airo, so that if not
exactly spoilt, it will, it is feared, be not
quite in ns good condition as could be
wished,
Official Ita turns.
Following are the Official Returns for
the month enaling June 30:
For Duty	
S. M.Dues	
Petroleum Inspection	
$3,193 29
279 88
11 80
$3,485 97
"si,   I'lipcr on'l'ur«dH|.
The Cockier will not be issued next
Tuesday, sous to allow the staff to duly
celebrate Dominion Day.
 «k)av	
Have you called at the Box (T. L.
Brown a": Co.)? If not it will be worth
your while to do so for gentlemen's and
lioys' goods. _
The Windsor Houtae.
H. Dempsey, Proprietor of the Windsor
House, will next Monday open his bar
for the sale of first-class brands of wines,
lipiors nnd cigars.
The Cilobe Hotel.
Messrs. Scott A' Nicholson, Proprietors
of the Globe Hotel, will open their bar
for the sale of first-class brands ot wines,
liquors nnd ci„-nrs next Monday.
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Vancouver Horae Races.
C. Williams and A. Cassel left by the
steamer Dunsmuir yesterday, with the
horse "Royal," for Vancouver. "Royal"
will be entered in some of the races In
Hint city.
Tin- Rainbow Will Not Rail.
Persons who contemplated going to
Vancouver on the steamer Rainbow tomorrow morning should remember that
she has been withdrawn from tlie route.
Dr. Lewis Hall, graduate of Philadelphia, dentist, will arrive next Wednesday
at noon and will remain until the following Saturday. Any person requiring
his services should call upon him at his
rooms, No. 14 nnd tlie parlor of the Central Hotel. tf.
 .*.—-—
Lace curtains at cost price. Boys'
suits at cost. Carpets at cost at Arthur
Bullock's.
Ico Cold Milk Shake at Pimbury's. THE   NANAIMO   COURIER,   SUNDAY,   JUNE   30,   1889.
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tcnam-e.    But it >'« true thut for lhe happiness of many creatures man is respon-
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for subscriptions, advertising, receive
payments ami give receipts for tho same
in thecitv of Victoria.
Mr. John Carrie is authorized on behalf of the Nanaimn Courier to canvass
for subscriptions, receive payments und
give receipts for the same in Wellington'
.1 MUSEUM FOK NANAIMO.
Wi: have already called the attention
of our readers to the importance of having u Natural  History Museum  in  ourl
city, und consequently  il  mny seem pn- |
pardonable to refer to the subject again.
I ii. to use the well-known and expressive
words oi President Lincoln, wc intend to
keep -'pegging away" till something is
done. The value of such an institution
cannot be doubted for a moment. Our
flora ni-d/inoiii are practically unknown.
Our forests are full of animals, our seas
arc alive with fishes, unknown to Science,
while the birds of thiB Province afford a
field of research which would warm the
heart of a Naturalist accustomed to more
beaten tracks. If this be so with the
larger animals how much we hnve to disarm-in the study of the more minute
but equally important (in the eye of Science) members of the Animal Kingdom
is incalculable. Actually nothing lias
lieen alone in this Province, to stimulate
our youth to this grand study. Amongst
our young men we may hnvo an embryo
Cuvier or nn undeveloped Agassiz, nnd
unless wc have some museum to which
he can refer, he hns not the chance that
be ought to hnve of reaching distinction.
Dr. Pbaboer, no doubt, saw the importance of this subject when be instituted
Science Prizes in our High School, nud
we would make the suggestion lhal the
two clever recipients of these prizes, and
all boys interested in Nntur.il History
(and what boy is not!) should bring all
strange beasts, birds or lishcs to their
teachers wlio, no doubt, would take
charge of them an pro tempore trustees for
the City Museum. Boys can find objects
tbnt evade the observation of an adult.
Show me the man who can
Ihnl a bird's nest better than the
boy of seven or eight years. He does
not exist. A boy is eminently fitted to
be a Naturalist. His inclinations draw
him to the discovery of the hidden
secrets of Nature, while his senses are so
acute that very few things worthy of observation escape liim. He brings his
prizes home, in tlie shape of a spider, a
newt, or a snake and what is his reward?
I h' is probably beaten and told never to
bring such nasty things into the house
again. A museum would enable him to
gratify his passion for objects of Natural
History, while thc nerves of his mother
and sisters would not lie shocked by the
(to them) loathsome creatures lie revels
in. There is another aspect oi tlio question. It has been truly snid that a true
Naturalist is never a bad mnn, never
cruel to animals, never a frequenter of
saloons, never a sensualist. Fmerson
said that if n boy could make u bosom
friend of SnAKESi'EARE, he would never
descend to low companionship. Were
we to substitute for Shakespeare the
word Nature (and are they not abnost
synonymous?) we are sure that eminent
writer Jwould endorse the altered apiota-
tion. Let our clergymen take the subject up, for we arc certain that in such a
museum ns we advocate they
would find great assistance in
tlieir endeavors to divert the strong impulses of youth into healthy channels.
Tho boy naturalist finds quickly the relation between cause and effect, and it
would not he long before he looked from
Nature up to Nature's God. It may not
be out of place here t i quote the words
of the Rev. J. G. Wood, M. A„ F. L. S..
on the importance of this study: "The
true study of zoology is of more importance than is generally conceived, for
although "the proper study of mankind
is man," it is impossible for us to comprehend the loftiness and grandeur of
humanity, or even its individual nnd physical nature, without possessing some
knowledge of the earlier forms of God's
animated organisations. We must follow
tlie order of creation, and, as far as our
perceptions will permit, begin where
the Creator began. We shad then find
that no animal leads nn isolated existence, for the minutest atom ol
animated life which God has enfranchised with an individual existence,
forms, though Independent iu itself, an
integral und necessary portion ol His
evcr-cliaiiging yet eternal organic universe. Hence every being which draws
the brenth of life forms a part of one uni-
vcrsul family, bound together by the ties
of a common crcalurehood. And as being ourselves members of that living und
breathing family, we learn to view with
clearer eyes und and more reverent
hearts those beings which, although less
Godlike than ourselves in their physical
and moral natures, demand for that very
reason our kindliest sympathy and most
indulgent care. For we, lieing made in
the image of God, are to them the visible
representatives of that Divine Being who
gnvc the Sabbath alike for man and
beast, and who takes even the sparrows
under His personal protection."
We cannot close this article without
heartily endorsing the words of the Rev.
J. B. Good at the High School Examination on Friday. That gentleman there
slated, "that mnn had dominion over the
boasts, but that his dominion ought to
be temperetl with mercy." Cruelty lo
animals is the most cowardly crime a
human being can be guilty of. The
Maker hns created them not necessarily
for man's UBe, for there is no doubt that
He, who marks the sparrow's fall, loves
ids smallest creation, nntl there is no
reason to believe that every animal has
been created for man's pleasure or nu*--|
Judging merely from the lone nml temper of the New Rngland population and
their Congressional representatives in
connection with tho "Fisheries disputes," we mighl imagine that the cordial relations whicli have subsisted between the British and American people
since the signing of the Treaty of Wash*
ington wen- seriously threatened. Bul—
like the Press of the American portion of
this Const, iu regard lo lhe Behring Sea
controversy—they exaggerate the gravity
of the dispute in order that they may
the more certainly gain their ends. Tbe
claim of Mr. Secretary Seward, who put
tho "Fisheries" matter in a nutshell in n
speech in thc United States Senate, wns
as it seems to us. mora' modest than are
these Americans of lo-day,who claim tlio
absolute proprietorship, so to say. oi an
open sea. We give thc case as put by tbe
above-mentioned statesman: ''Our fishermen wanl all that our construction of
the Convention (1818) gives them, und
want und must hnve more; they want
and must have the privilege of fishing
within three inhibited miles, and of curing lish on the [British Nortli American]
shore." This pressing necessity of theirs
is a key to the whole question, and explains much that mayotherwiso seem inexplicable in connection with the disputes, and negotiations which havo taken
place during Ibe last hundred years.
Now those engaged iu the New England
fishing business make no secret of the
fact that nothing bnt force will keep
tlieir mackerel fleet from going within
the limit, for lhe take of fish outside is extremely uncertain, it is hardly
in human nature to have much respect
for an invisible water-line following the
sinuosities of the const three miles off,
when a profitable haul is in question.
Having granted this much, let us turn to
tbe Sealing dispute on this const which
presents a very marked difference in tlie
analogy between the two cases at present
pending, on either side of this continent.
In Behring Sea not only are tlie men in
our sealing schooners prevented from following their occupation-within the three
mile limit—which prevention seems fair
enough—but tbey are nol to be, allowed
to ply their trade outside of that limit.
Surely what is sauce for the goose should
also be gootl enough for the gander.
That Canadians have as perfect a right
to keep American fishermen out of their
three mile limit, as hnve Americana to
keep out Canadians from the waters
legally claimed by the t'. S. is a fact none
can dispute. It may not be always ale-
sirable or expedient, either for countries
or individuals to siaml too strictly and
rigidly to tbeir rights, bill ill the present
case it is our earnest hope lhat Canadian
statesmen will not yield. There are limes
and occasions which come to each of us
when the stern necessity arrives of
'■putting one's foot down" and taking a
firm stand. This Sealing dispute appears to us to bo one of those occasions.
Surely the Imperial Government will not
leave us iii the lurch because our opponents are rich and powerful; and
yet we have u sneaking suspicion
thnt had our 'Brohdlgnagion antagonists
been but Lilliputians from, say Mexico,
Great Britain would have quickly demanded buck the capiur d vessels and
their cargoes owned hy British Columbians besides an indemnity and
apology for so gross an outrage. ll
is a somewhat curious and interesting reflection to note how the inshore fishings
oi the two great divisions of Nortli
America are altering Iheir resective conditions. This is owing chiefly to the
opening of the Canadian Pacific railway
which has caused population to gravitate
to the I'aeilie seaboard. The fisheries
question lias, until just recently, been
entirely associated with the Atlantic provinces of the Dominion. The advantages
have been altogether in that quarter, end
it was the interest of tho United States to
recognize as few exclusive rights as possible. This in tho North Pacific is likely
to prove just the reverse. What Nova
Scotia, Prince Edwards Island, Newfoundland end Labrador ore on one side,
as respects fisheries, Alaska and its Archipelagoes are alreadv proving on the
other, ior those who should know, repi'l -.
Sent Hie fishings  from   Queen  Charlotte
Islands northward as practically illimitable.
worst. But seriously we would ask these
gentlemen, "what are we to drink?"
The true temperance apostle will be he
whodiscovers that for us. Whydo notour
bine ribbon organizations offer a \iri/.o .
for the invention of a harmless acceptable
and digestive beverage?
When two Englishmen meet they al-
inosl invariably "inform" each other of
the condition of tbe weather. This is a
preliminary canter before every conversation, and with Ibis preliminary many
conversations end. It bus been opined
bv some philosophers that, were it possible for there to be no such thing as
weather, the English language would
gradually disappear, and all English
speaking races would be condemned t"
eternal silence, We (latter ourselves oul
here in British Columbia that "wc have
changed nil that," nevertheless for the
last two or threo days wo have noticed
that those of our acquaintance who have
passed us on tho streot, hark back to tlio
time of their youth and mildly wonder
whether Phcoblis Apollo, or Jupiter I'luv-
ius is to In'"boss" on Dominion Day.
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Fruits, Temperance Drinks, Ice Cream,
Cigars, Tobacco and Smokers' requisites,
Givo them a trial and be convinced.
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.   MISCELLANEOUS NOTES.
Wis hnve n ,d of a lady more witty "inn
sluid, to whom was attributed the regret,
expressed with much pathos, as she
drank it bumper of cold, ciystal water.
"Ah ! what a pity it is not a sin!" She
might almost recognize the missing
relish in the innocent looking fluid nowadays, when it would seem In be the fashion to accuse water of causing more
deaths than whisky. In our English
paper we rend of the analysis of samples
of water ;'i this place or that, which contain ammonia, nitrat™, and nitrites, allot
which point to possibly injurious contamination. The annlyists are. of the
opinion "thai injury to health must be
the consequence of the use of this water
for domestic purposes." Yo Cods nntl
fishes! is this a beverage—we ask our
readers—for the temperate? Had we
not better—fishes ami all—confine ourselves to "brandy straight," as more
suited to our natural constitutions. Is if
cleanly, is it sober, is it morally excusable, to invite fever, debility, parasites,
antl who knows what mysterious ailments? not lo speak of the chance of
paralysis from lend poisoning, ;f the
dangerous liquid has come, ns it probably
has, through leaden pipes or has lain
long In n leaden cistern. If ii'l this is
true, ns London annlyists would have us
believe, of the best water, what must tho
middling, to say nothing of the inferior,
water be? antl oli! whal we would ask
our renders would be the horrors of the
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Piano   Tuning.
ORDERS IOR TUNING AND REPAIRING
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attended to promptly.              A. ANGERMAN.
April iB-tf	
Photographs! Photographs!!
The undersigned is prepared to take
first-class Cabinet Photos for S*l3.O0 per
dozen. Views of residences und all kinds
of viewing nt reduced prices. And to
keep money from going to other cities
will take payment in trade from any
business man in the citv.
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cleanse the STOMACH a>t BOWELS, increase lhc secretory power of lhc I.ivcr.brace
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DOMINION DAY
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JULY 1st, 1889
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di' TIIE
224 Anniversary of Confederation
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; MONDAY and TUESDAY
list ami 2nd ol July, 1889.
Largest   Prizes   ever given in   Iho
Province for
FIREMEN'S CONTESTS
ATHLETIC SPORTS
Boat Racing,
Sailing and Rowing Matches,
CANOE  RACES,
Orioket- Baseball & Lacrosse,
Bioyole Races
HORSERACES
GRAND PARADE
Of nil the Trades, Professions, Friendly
Bocieties and National Associations will
commence nt!) o'clock on Ihe 1st of July,
at tlie City Hall, in which will nlso participate representatives of Her Majesty's
Navy and Army, viz: The Bailors and
Marines of II. M. Warships, "C" Hat-
tery Ii. C. (i. A., the Volunteers and
Militia of New Westminster. In this
procession will be shown the capabilities
and resources of our Province.
CHEAP  XlATXVISt
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the i:vc»i,,t.' ail Monday, the
1',,-a.t liny ol' July.
Fireworks and Torch-light
Procession
In iIh: Harbor ou the evening of July the -tnd (Tub*
Jay), In which Her Majesty's Warships, under thi
command oj" Admiral Heneoge, will assist, and whlct
»ill lie tha greatest feature of this celebration, am
the mosl brilliant display ever witnessed on thi-
roast.
CHEAP EXCURSIONS
Have   been arranged for  from Victoria- New W*.
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Special Trains will run an follows, calling
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Arrive Nanaimo   6:aa "
"     Chemainus 6:4a "
Somenos. -*-*,--■* ,,
"      Duncans, -*■--,* "
"        Koksilah 7-|y       "
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COBBLE llll.l jttu "
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■'       Coldstream 8:-9 "
Ksqulmall ...9:14 "
" RuSMll'fl Qlui        "
"        Victoria l;9B       "
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"       K6«.iui limit 6:14 '*
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Next   door   to   Hirst's   lima..
Commercial  Street.
W. D. DEEBLE, Prop
OnsaMnlly nn Iianil a full assortment nf
Choice Meats nm! Vegetables.
Shipping supplied   at slinrl notice.
John : Pulwitt
SuccesBoi lu Kmil Dei'dlnger.
Practical   Horseshoer
ANU
GENERAL BLACKSMITH.
Peck's I'.lnilai-iiiiih Bliop,
CAVAN PTREET, - NANAIMO,  I!. 0.    (9
1 mil prepared to do till kimls of General Blaeksmithing at. short notice ancl
reasonable rates. Special attention paial
to tenderfooted, over-reaching ami inter-
fenring horses.
SHOEING-—Give nte a call ami eon-
vine, yourselves. All work guaranteed
tn give satisfaction.
.1.   I'll f.W ITT, -   -   -   Proprietor.
I  mo
Northern Pacific Rall'y
Via the Cascade Division  now completed,
making it the Shortest, Resl
anal  Quickest.
The Dining Car Line. The Direct Route.
No Delays, Fastest Trains, Lowest Rates
to Chicago anil all Points Last. Tickets
sold to all Prominent points throughout tbe
Last and South-East.
Through 1'im.i.man Drawino-Koo-i
Slebpino Cars.
Reservations can be secureal in Advance.
To East-Bound Passengers'.
Be careful  and  do not make a mistake, but
he sure In lake lhe
Northern Pacific  Railway.
And sa*e that your ticket reads via THIS
LINE, St. Paul or Minneapolis, to avoid
changes and serious delays occasioned by
ail her routes.
Through    Emigrant    Sleeping    Cars
Run on regulai express trains full length uf
the .line. Berths free. Lowest Rales.
Quickest Time.
W. B. DENNISON,
Freight and Passenger Agent,
Nannimo, U, C,
A. D. CHARLTON,
Asst. (ien. Pass. Agt.
i2i Lirst  St., cor. Washington,
Portland, Or.
J.H.PLEACE,
—DEALER  IN—
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ROPE,  CLASS, RIFLES,
CARTRIDGES, PAINT
BRUSHES.
Tin and Sheet Ironware,
READY MIXED PAINTS,
NAILS, BUILDERS HARD-
WAKK AND CARPENTERS'
TOOLS.
A Full Assortment lat Lowest Prices,
Victoria   Crescent,
NANAIMO.   II. C.
Naas River Oolachan
TUIH SEASON'S OATOH IN KITS,
50 lbs. Kegs & Barrels
Delivered to ull parte o( lhe Oity from
GEO. CAVALSKEY,
Bullock's Brick Block, Viotoria Orescent.
May 14—1 mo
To CONTBAOTORS.
SEALED proposals will be received by
the Honorable Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works, up to noon of Wednesday, 10th of July next, from persons
experienced in well drilling who may lie
desirous of undertaking contracts from
the Government for sinking one or more
experimental Artesian Wells in Yale
District, 15. C, with a view to determining their value for purposes of irrigation.
Proposals must state clearly all conditions and terms, state the kind of apparatus proposed to be used, and give tbe
name of two responsible residents of tbe
Province who are willing to enter into a
bond to secure the faithful carrying oul
of any contract which may lie entered
into.
Such Information as may be in possession of the Lands and Works Department
will be furnisjieal on application to parties
proposing to contract.
W, S. GORE,
Surveyor-General,
Linda & Works Department,
Victoria, B. (!., loth June, 188!i.
The Mutual Life Insurance!
oo.
OF NEW YORK.
'I'll,' l.lsr|r«'Nl 4 ,,l„|,.',,,, 1,1 tlie "A.irlal.
Assets, $126,000,000.
Receipts for Year 1888 ,$26,000,000
Paid Policy Holders,  1888, $14,000,000.
General Solicitor, Josni'ii Reiii.
Head Ollici' for Hritish Columbia
IIkibtkkm.'N& Co., No. 8, Bastion Sireel
Victoria, B.C.
FIRST BAN K
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City o Nanaimo
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Education   Branch
of the PiiovtsriAi. Nki-hetahy'i. Ih't,
Victoria, May 7th, 188it.
VfOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
\ the Annual Examination of candl-
*' dates for cerlilicntes of qualification
to teach in tbe Public Schools ofthe Pro-
vine will be held as follows, commencing on Monday, .Inly 8th, nt, 10 n. m. :—
-   Legislative Hull.
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In Vicioria   -
In Kamloops
Huilding.
Each applicant must forward a notice,
thirty days before the Examination,Btut-
ingtfie aluss anal grade of Certificate for
which he will be a candidate, anal tbe
place at which lie will attend.
8. D. POPE,
Superintendent of Edited ion.
May 11—lmo
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WHAT   THEY   WEAR.
Lace bow: are fashionable.
Willow green Is a charming shade.
Vrery small tournures ore tbe asrder ttt th,
'lay
Striking styles and bright colors are Uked
lor visiting and reception toilet*-
Uiact and shot taffetas are accepted as
'standards,n pro torn., for Mantles"
Collars, bracelets, bretelles and garlands ot
flow****- are worn witb evening tolleta
i I:,i.- gain in width all they lose fn height.
Many picturesque mode's are trimmed with
ribbon eight inches in width.
Louis XV mantillas, fastened behind at thi
avalst, and coming down in front in two long
lappets, either square or rounded, are the
i-ngo.
Whito mohair, brocaded with flowers, is
chosen for polonaises, to be worn over slrirb:
of plain mohair, trimmed with gold or silver
hraiding or galloon.
To convert a simple gown into a dainty
nugllgeo one has but to supplement a full
trout nnd graceful Watteau back to achieve
ii very acme of classical elegance.
A perfect army of pearl, drab, brown, dark
blue and regulation black Derby hats are on
I no tapis of masculine style, and they aro
nothing If not natty In shape—tbe hats, I
mean, not the mascullnesl
Solid colored wool gowns show a single rot,
ot gros grain or velvet ribbon, ono and one
linif inches wide, outlining the edges of thc
draperies In simulation of theselvage bordor,
•vliich is one o.' many current caprices.
t'hc latest novelty in the line of parasols
Iihi- a tiny watch set In the thick, wooden
handlb, the face of which shows on one EtMe,
niul tho chased silver disk may be loosened
ny means of a 6pring to admit of the wind-
Ing of the avatch
..■Unban silks, moires, surahs, figured Ben
■-aUnos or faille Erancaise, either In art or
Bvening shades, may br. chosen for brides
maids' dresses. Tbo favorite hues aro terra
a'ntia, ciel. cream, apple gree-i, old rose,
i-cseiir and light Gobelin blue.
The neiv opaline is the most fascinating nl
air the white tints in vogue, entirely eclipsing oilier varieties, ranging from mill n
peach, and from canary color to cream, »>
■veil as the primeval "virgin white.*' whirl
is trying tc most complexions
Daintily wrought avhite satin avalHt.... !
are the latest faaJ of fashion for gentleiic-.-
evening dross, and many fair flngen hi-i
busied in embroidering all sorts of floss,! i
vices upon ccst" for lovers, husbands, fat'li.T-
brother, nr lucky "Cousin Toms."
Ladlei addicted to sports find the "Uoui.i.
Vo' .ai.isi the most comfortable and Bbapi Ii
iimli'i bodice over invented. Tennis, bum
Ing yachting or other summer divert!"'
tuents, art intlalged with the utmost rl,-l,—t,
h} ladies wbc give regulation "stays' th
go by in it* favor.
Rich, heavy studs, full of textile chare, t,-i -
ii-. in favor forthe plain, straight etnpfn
.Ira-sea Handsome brochos, richly brocader
satln stripes, shot silks, either in taffeta- '"
Rengalfne, aud other materials of slmilai
caliber, vie with each other tn the formuln
lion of thc classical frocks
.Sonic exquisite costumes ol flowor strip.-,
silk in dlrectolre style, are showr In Ni-,
S'ork Tbey aro made with a straight
undraped polonaise tied at the waist frui.j
witb ribbons, anal embellished witb revcr> .
i'ii;;, deep slmavl collars. Below tho polm
nlse the skirt hangs perfectly plain.
A charming theatre wrap ls of light ten
«*tt« plush, with lining of light silk s>
wltb pale roso color and sky blue. The sn,,,
„il!a form folalson tbo shoulders and line;, th
!i"'j'l A ribbon attached tc thoiirsiale aa! iv
aauisi holds the gathers in placo, nnd a sila-. 1
clasp fasteus thecloak on the bosom.
I luil green has swelled the list of eccentric
greens brought to light by the opening 01
1 he season's sample books. This is simply th'
1 .ul cabbage green, but of courso it "takta
better under a more fanciful appellation tha:
it would bo likely to under its ancient cogim
men, which demonstrates tho fact that then
Is a great deal in a name nfter olL
6TRAY   BITS.
PERSONAL   GOSSIP
BY   THE   BY.
Anything Chincsoor Japanese, from a sill
gown to a small tea sot, Is now fashionable
Sard or bloodstone rings witb your oresi
cut in tlio stono aro stated to be quite tin
proper thing.
Tenuis outfits increase and multiply, un,!
noav tho gamo necessitates considerable tui
nituro on the lawn.
American men abroad are following th.
example of American women and are man*)
ing "widowed titles."
Fanoy ornaments to keep tbe eountrv
house beautiful continue to multiply, as ate
one at ail observing can seo.
You must havo your potted plants oneithe
•aide of the steps leading to your countn
house, if you want to be in fashion.
It Is a reflection ou Jenkins* industry that
news of wonderfully flue dinner parties in
Sew York should come by way of Lonalnn
papers.
Vacant social chairs, without poetlcul at
tacbuients, will bo obsorved this year at
Newport and other places of fashionable
celebrity
At this season tbo suburban weddings are
ihe most delightful. There Is 0 pceulim
charm about a marriago celebration In a
eountrv houso.
the cup of happiness for the West Point
cadet aa-ho graduated aud bocamemutrimoni
ally engaged the same day, was so full that
it overflowed in the most delightful manner
Something uow In photograph albums has
a cool looking cover of split bamboo, and op
posito each page for picture ls a place for
tbe autograph or somo verses tho subject of
that particular photograph should write.
GASTRONOMICAL   TIDBIT8.
Tho highest gastronomic authorities now
pleach for variety in food In the interest of
health.
In tho matter of gastronomic economy
there are families in the world equal to the
Krencli.
Soinotlmcu tbo richest Americans when
traveling avlll insist upon having pie for
breakfast.
They say the ouly men who habitually eat
Irish stew in restaurants are thoso who enter
tbe lion's den in tho circus.
Young Mr. Guy, at the club, says he does
not recall ever having seen a white horse
after bo shot a redheaded duck.
Canned lobster continues to be of great
festival help all over the land In assisting
a'onsumers to "shuffle off this mortal coiL"
Uoddard, In his excellent book on "Marketing," says: "In selecting fish, choose only
thoso which nro firm and stiff, with lively
i-ed gills, eyes full and clear and fins firm."
A light breakfast, suspicion of a lunch and
a substantial, wholesome dinner, not later
than 0 o'clock, is a health rule for hot weather
laid down by a physician who is also an epics-* a
To the Travelling Public
TICKET'S
 —lli   Al.l.    I'OIKTS   ON   Tint"*-	
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAINY
And Its connections may he had  Trom
a. shaw, Agent,  -  -  Nanalraoi
i'nvia has adopted tbo American ambo-
; .icg system.
A Georgia map lias celebrated hla golden
• t'fldlng with his second wito.
A planter tr. Brooksville, Fla., cleared $10,-
y.rV off a cabbage patch of 100 acres.
' Woolenlte" Is a new word used to deslg
nato the man who weara garments cntirelj
■if wool.
■More than a million men are employed by
tne various railway lines in the United
.States.
There are about 800,000 cuilurer to the
United States, under 12 years old, whoselive-
are insured
An ounce of silver may now Le purchased
in England for 4l)i penro, the lowest prico of
the present century
A judgo at flarrisbur*;, i'a., has sent a
young fellow to jail for kiting his affianced
wife on tbo street ngaiiiat the lady's will.
A studeut at a civil service examination in
England stated that "Sir John Moore war
killed in a battle just before beset sail foi
England."
T. II. Bennett, of VViUip.sbarrc, Pa., has a
Bible tbat was published by John D. Hayes,
Cambridge, England, in (678, being now 212
years old
An Alaska Indian. Kuntenced tc prison foi
ninety -nine years for murder, wants to know
if the government is going le keep bim alivo
Imig enough to serve the whole term
\ well known Lou-Ion (Inn ot refreshment
contractors recently ndverLised for 4,000 ad
ditional waiters, and JO.OOf applications were
rerH'ivofl in response, the whole of the candl
date.'* claiming tn have bad oxperienco.
The gum chewing mania is still Increasing
rapidly among the youthful belle: of tbe
aristoeracy, tbe proper and correct gift fur
n young lady being now a bos of gum, deco
ruled in dainty fashion and tied with pretty
i Ibbon
A triumph In electric lighting was achieved
n*'vntly In Vienna, when, during a perform
mi-e at thr. opera, more than 6,000 seventee**
■in.lli r'nwer lamps were burning for mon
thai- (oui hours without o flicker from flr^-i
'<  last
Boston bad nc Indian Rights association in
tfil     But it is recorded that onthe27tbcd
■ Member Mr. Josias, convicted of •tealiiif.
im the Indians, m.- sentenced  to the pun
. Mimnt oi being deprived of hiB title, ami
;■ i,i thereafter known simply as Josias.
Alfred AL Ilorton. ot  Middletown, IS   V .
■though totally blind, te expert In the use uf
pi-i-enter's tools, and does repairs about bis
:,. ust and stables.   He ie fond of horses, and
imys and sells them with good judgment.
in jglng tbem entirely by bis sense of toucl.
Kranfc   A. Hardy claims to be the oldest
11 re i nan Ir the United Btates.   He joined a
lirt company In HolIIs, K. Ii., on March 17.
^.-i?, and has been a member of some depart
nent continuously  during   the  -succeedinc.
illy one years.   He is uow secretary of thr
ire department of Piqua, O.
•Some fashionable New Workwomen hnve
-< Ived tbe difficulties uf tbe oft recurring
iiMSsmaker'E bill by paying their dressmaker*
i .fed sum$ by the mouth or year, hiring tbem
i tact, at the Chinese do their physicians
■im woman pays her dressmaker $50 a
i--nth, and for this sum she obtains all the
•vnf she wants.
be female empl03res  of the government
dting oflice and of tbe bureau ofengrnv
.   it  Washington do all kinds of work,
\ ue well as clean. Thuy help manage tbe
" -"n their sleeves are rolled up high above
'■tbows, aud their plump, round arms
-    -r   many an ink spot during the day
■ ■ it 1,500 women are employed Tn the two
ti. us, and colored women work side by side
•. I h white women without clashing.
SPORTING   NOTES.
' ourtnoy wants a raco wltb Wallace Koss.
:'iy Eye-See went lame In his work at
L-eport, 111a, and was returned to Racine,
i'he annual regatta of the Virginia Assoc!
>n of Amatour Oarsmen will beheld on
■  I'ntomac at Alexandria on July <L
Afiosltlon Driving Park association, Pitts-
irg Pa,, presents an $8,200 programme for
- -.iimmer meeting, which will be held July
tosa
: .--hard Ten Broeck, tbe famous turfman,
. purchased a farm near Palo Alto, sixty
ulup from San Francisco, and is fitting it up
- i residence.
' he.  Victoria, Australia, Racing ossocta
Mill givo over $180,000 at the spring
•■ting this year, the Melbourne cup being
i.'. over $20,000.
i  ii.ley   the disqualified Boston  amateur
Mian, has resigned from tho Shawmut
He has Issued a challengo to row any
lm $500 or $1,000 a sido.
Ian Ian has challenged iCemp to another
ra   mile single scull race for $3,500, but
filiates  tbat it must bo  rowed on  tbo
■ '*iean instead of the Paramatta course.
VJ any lovers of the trotting horse will go
' i he Blue Bibbon meeting at Detroit, which
v ill commence July 24 and last four days
"he association will glvo $33,000 in purses,
no purse less than $2,000.
I'ho winners of the Clay stakes slnco it was
founded have been as follows: 18S3, Young
i-'ulIertoD; 1883, Majolica, 1884, Young Rolfo"
1885, Epaulet} 1886, Ernest Multravers; 1887.
First Lovo; 1888, Fred Folger.
Jockey Barnes won tho flue saddle offered
to the jockoy who ehould havo to bis credit
tbo largest number of winning mounts at'
tbo Latonla meeting. He rode the winner
sixteen times during the meeting.
Fred Gobhard will send Eolo, Eollst and
St. Savior to his California ranch. The ranch
is located sixty-two miles north of San Francisco, nnd comprizes 8,200 acres, of which
1,200 acres are suited to grazing horses, but
thero Is a great deal of mountain and craggy
land which will uot bo availablo.
PaoJ du Cbaillu bos nenn tor eight yeen
working on bis nevt book.
Bb Edward Maine* is the oldest active
Journalist in Europe.    He is 83
Senator Svarti will spead most of the sum
mei at his borne at \Vmdj*or, Vt.
The Duke ot Westminstci i.° tbe richest of
Queen Victoria's subjects to Great Britain.
Julofc Kerry enjoys being caricatured, nud
collects aad preserves all such picture.*-* ot
himself
President Carnot. of France, will spend the
summei ir writing a history of himself aud
bis ancestors
Allen U Thurmar is* « great smoker, and
U credited with OOlirfUmlue between ten and
twelve cigars a day
Charles Dudley Waruei says that must ol
tbe works of fiction of tbe present day are tor
much tinctured witr. materialism
The Uuke of Cunilj-ei land and bis sister,
Princes-1 Fredeilca. bave become reconcile*-.,
after an estrangement of nine years'.
Thc kings, of Cambodia and Assam will
visit Paris next year and will receive dlstin
gulshed honors at the bands of the French
government
President Carnot. of Prance, will pass bis
•rummer holiday in preparing materinte for
a history of his lUnstrious family of ropub
I lean patriots.
Bartley Campbell tbo mad playwright, is
-.till ait inmate ot the Middletown asylmr. foi
Lhe Insane. He Is nappy and quiet, but will
never be sane again.
Andrew Lang, the English balladlst, who
lues not admire American poetry, makes
part of his income by writing verse* for ai
English soap manufacturer.
W C-L Grace, tbe great English cricketer,
Is 40 years of age, but is still unexcelled as a
natter The year of Grace 1883, In fact, bids
(air to give him lib best record.
The largest private library in this country
II owned by H. H Bancroft, the historian,
oui is iu his Sun Francisco borne, It con
■iiste of 60,000 volume? aud is valued ut
.£300,000.
Dr. Thomas W. Evau3, tbe dentist, has re
■ eived from Queen Victoria u jubilee medal
-.if gold as a token of hei appreciation of hte
work on tho instruments for Emperor Fred
erick's throat.
Gen. Greshanr. is said to be one of tbe worst
dressed men in public life. His lack of
frieudsblp with tbe tailor Is made, bowevei,
teas apparent by his handsome facb and com
manding flgure.
Don Pedro, beside being a wise and liberal
monarch, an accomplished musician and an
experienced traveler, has been a profound
student of languages, and I? well versed In
Hebrew. Arabic and Sanskrit
Samuel J. Randall baa a bright young son
af.c wears glasses and is said tc look just like
his father. He i? called "Little Sam Randall," and Is described by a correspondent at
i-eing "as fat as butter and ai sharp as n
tack.'*
Nawab Zaigbom-ud-Dowlah, brother-In
a vi to the late king of Oudh, is to London
-.pecially engaged to teach the Prince of
Wales and Princ: Albert Victor HIndostanee.
flie Nawab has the degree of "Learned
Pundit1"
Rev W J Gaines, ol Atlanta, who has
lately been made a bishop of the African
Methodist Episcopal church, belonged to
Gabriel Toombs, brother of Robert Toombs,
in slavery days, and was a farm hand until
bis emanci nation.
l-iord Dudley, tbe wealthy young English
noble who has just come into possession of
hfs heritage of somo $2,000,000 per annum,
has already developed a strong taste for gam
bllng and recently lost $100,000 ot racing
and $50,000 at cards.
Gen, O'Ryan, tho Spanish minister ot war
in Senor Sagnstas" reorganized cabinetjjs, ns
his name Indicates, of Irish descent. He is,
howover, a thorough Spa-oiard, his great
grandfather having entered the service of
Spain over 100 year? ago.
M. Daniel Wilson, tho unfortunate son In
law of ox* President Grevy, of France, does
not dare to enter tbe chamber of deputiest,
but be ho.'ds on tc bis seat for Touraiue and
pockets the salary attached thereto, und
under tbe present law thero is no way of
getting rldcf bim
M, Clemenceau and Gen. Boulanger re
eently mot by accident nt the dinner table of
a lady who Is a friend of both. They sat one
at each side of their hostess, and to avoid
seeing each other so as to compel a saluta
tion, which would have lieen distasteful to
both, thoy sat with tbeir backs turned to
word her
Tbe Duko of Rutland, accompanied by tbo
luchess, Is likely to visit America this sum
mei The duchess Is a popular magazine
writei In Loudon, and until bee husband's
recent accession to the dukedom her signature
was frequently at the end of long articles in
I'he London Queen on social topics for
women. One object of tbo American journey
Is, It Is believed, to enable tho duchess to
widen hcrsphoro of observation into feminine
life to largo cities.
Munemitsu Mutsn, the uew Japanese min
ister to this country, is ubout 45 years of ago.
He Is extremely learned and possesses great
executive ability. In 1377 he was imprisoned
near Tokio for his connection with tho Sigo
rebellion. His sentence was for twelve years,
hut at tbe ond of five yeai-s the government
released him, having discovered that his
offense was le.% flagrant tlia.ii at flrst supposed During bis confinement Mutsu translated Mills* "Political Economy" into bis
native tongue.
Grandma in *i i: - ■
Bobby (who is visiting bis kind old grandmother)—i wouldn't mind eatin' somo of that
nico hot bread, grandma. Grandma—Well,
Bobby, you can have all you want of it
Bobby—Yes, but ma won't let me eat hot
bread. Grandma (testing the lad's moral
strength)—She won't know anything about
it, Bobby. Bobby—All right, grandma; just
g4ve me a piece, please.—Harper's Bazar.
O   lumbia - Carriage - Works
Hastings Street, Kast of Carroll,
Thbj cxrensiv'* ^tablishintui- has just opened.     A large ami -acU Selected -.tuck of
Carriages.,    i:> aggies*,   Biickboacls,
WILL HE KEPT IN BTOCK AND MADE TO OKDLK.
EfOPSP ^[IflPiNfi Having secured il.e  best shoer on the Coast, this department will be made a
IlUllOIf OilUjJiiilTi       specialty.    We guarantee tu prevent bones from interfering or over-reachine
i.A.ttt*.    IMi JCSf.S t-aad and treated on the latest approved principles.
PTPAPFlvTi       Impairing in all its branches, as well as IMIVlsM;, 'MtiMJtlM;, Etc, dune with
11 BI ilU lllui       neatness and at moderate prices.    Light and Heavy Jt-'oui<iJ>tiS ot every destriptlo n
attend< '1 iu.    Kg*.Every] dep*irLiu-.-ii[ will receive ihe personal supervision of our Mr. McXABB, ar olde x-
perieii eil workman, n/eliaii'1 favorably i nown in many pan* of tne Dominion.
A..   T.   McNABB   &   Oo.
Sliri—How conceitedly that man talks,    f-- ,
, be an actor?
He—Worse than that! He's an amateur
.actor.—Life.
BILL   NYE   GOES   SHOPPING.
!   lie Suys Ho Liked to Shop Better   In Hon- i
ton Thim in GotUam*
I always go and visit tbe Old South church |
i when In Boston, becauso I like to see tho old '<
i and pleasant cannon bulls with which disagree  !
; ablo peoplo woro killed when they acted im-
properly.    I also   like   to attend a church '
1 where I can criticise things without hurting i
I any ono's  feelings.    After  1 visit  tho old
| church 1 tike, to go around over tbo Hub and
buy things.    I bate to contrast any city with !
my own town, but a nervous person with u ;
shrbiking nature can do better and enjoy it :
better while shopping in Boston than in New |
York.    The   Boston   merchant   ovldently
bought bis goods fur tbo purpose of selling!
j them to tho consumer, while the New York
. merchant appears to havo purchased them
j more for the wild excitement of looking at
j them himself.
I always bave my feelings hurt wben I shop
: in New York. In tbo first place, 1 am eu-
| raged beforo 1 get to the store by US7,23G peo*
j pie wbo knock mo over aud got on tho ele
I vated trains before tbo passengers can get
I off. Tben I go to a store and wait near a
j stack of wet tuubrellos until soveral total
: strangers, with a haughty air, iostlo mo
: against tho wnlL
I next speak to u Iloor walker, wbo playa
| that ho OWH8 tho store, ami is allowed to
draw that instead of a salary. Ho looks at
me askance, as if lie feared that I might be
Nellie Bly. lie goes over to confer wilb n
hoavy set saleslady, to Inquire of her, evidently, whether I am thero with sinister motives, and whilo I tremble nt tbo thought
that 1 am ubout lo be searched for said motives, another man, wbo plays that ho owns
tho Btore afternoons, comes along and asks
mo what 1 want thero.
I tell him tbat 1 am a simple minded man,
more or less picked on  both nt homo and
abroad;   thnt  1   wuuld spend an enormous
amount of money  in  New  York if 1 had a
chance; that today 1 bad contemplated buy
Ing or trading fur a lull set of two heavy No.
10 English hose with double soles and n striU-
j ing resemblance to each other. Nobody could
| bo any moro explicit than that without being
i offensive.    1  just tell a man  what I want
. right at tho start, und (lieu If tbere should bu
any delay it his fault.
Iio looks at mo sorrowfully and begins to
feel in his pocket for something.    I say, "Put
! up your gold.   Get out with your dross.    1
am not poor or crazed   by suffering.    I mu
ouly waiting to present a letter of mtrodue
tion to tho sock lady if 1 can obtain an audience with her.    I would be satisfied with even
a very small audience with hor."   Ho tells
mo whero tho olllco is, and I go thero.   Shu
waits a long time before 1 seem to catch her
eyo,   Sho looks through me, and po ou across
tbo store to a given point   Sho then s.*ys:
"Wclli"   "Socks!"
"Yes?"   "Yes!"
"What kind, plcoso!"   "English hose, doublo sole, unbleached, No. 10, two of a kind."
"Fer yourself i"   "Yes, exclusively for myself."
"Well, the men's hose is ou second floor
facing the other street."
I then go to a hotel, register, get a room,
ring for a messenger nnd send him for the
hose,—BUI Nye in New York World.
GARESOHB   GREEN & CO.,
S3 A. T*LT K. JE3 JEL &,
;<jvernment Street . . Victoria, B. C
> iposita Kecolvi .1 iu (lold, Silver auil IJ. S. ("urroncy.   Interest pnid i>» ibe same
nn iotw. deposits.
Gold Dust and L.'.'..'.. Curreuoy purclisaed m lii/.-iu'Nt market rates
ar»Sigbl Di..11., ;1Ual Telegraphic X'rausfera or P<u  Francisco, New Vork und
Cau.-i'l-i.
Igxahange on Loudon available iu nil parts of Europe, England. Ireland and
Scotland,
liottera nf Credit Issued oo the priuoipal Citi'm r,r n„. Uniied Blatas, Canada uud
Europe.
BV Agents  for   Wells,   *"a-**c   *   Co. All
MM COLUMBIA STEAM BAKERV,
NESBITT, JDICK ■■.OH « CO.. Proprietor**.
P-OR.T  STREET, •      ASOVB   DOUOLW1
Arrowroot,
Assorted Jumbles,
Assorted Tlngers,
Abernothy.
Cabin,
Coffee Cake,
Cheese Biscuits.
Currant Tops.
Ginger Snaps,
Graham Wafers.
Ginger Cake,
Family Pilot.
Fancy Mixed.
Fruit Blser,
Iced Clnger Dread.
Icod Sultana.
Lemon Sr.^ps.
Lt-mon BlsO'.dt,
Na^w Vork :>.-,,.i,.s
Oai Meal,
Pilot..
Porklr.s,.
Hicla  Mixed,
Soda Crack*
■iaecl Biscuit,
Sugar Crackers,
^.picfc Jumbles,
Sugar Cookies.
Sultana Biscuit,
VutuUu Cream,
W i n e,
Etc., Etc.
Price List Furnished. Orders M.oinptly attended to.   Ask yoi,, r,    n.
or NESBITT. DICKSON A CO.'S Biscuits. °
BRITISH COLUMBIA
(LI'MI-ITEIDil
THOMAS ALLSOP.
IIKIVBV H. IflASOW,
CUVLER A. HOLLAND,
56 New
Broad St.
DIRECTOR!*.
the business of ALLSOP di MASON has been merged in the
abotj Company and will be carried on by tye Company from this
daUas a General Land Investwent and Insurance Agency.
ON MORTGAGE AT LOW   RATES.
Town Lois ami Farming Lands fat
iY TO LOAM
-tale on easy c-crms.
Dr. J.   Collis    Browne's        PHYSICIANS
CHLORODVNE.
THK ORIGINAL and ONI,\ -.1 \UINI-.
BASEBALL   TALK.
It ls said thnt tho Pittsburg management
ore sorry they bought Dunlap.
It Is whispered, and protty loudly too, that
Brooklyn will bo In the Lcaguo next season.
Tho Eastern liiterniitionnl league was ro
eently organized witb clubs in Oswego,
Kingston, Belleville nnd Watertown.
Tho I'ortlnnd, Ma, club is reported as selling its players, with a view of going out of
the business. Pitcher Mitchell and Catcher
Gibson go to Salem and Bhuselbaoh to Worcester
Anson is not particularly infntuatcd with
the present league stall' of umpires, and
says (t is a shame for n powerful leaguo to
havou poor staff of umpires when such men
as Joe 8taH, John Manning and Fred Goldsmith are Idle, "Why," said Anson, "If Joe-
Start was umpiring n gamo in which the
Chloagoos woro playing, nud ho mado a decision agnfnst 03, I would uot kick, and If
any of my men did 1 would line them heavily,
ami if they persisted I wonld expel them nl-
t*-gether, for I know tlmt Jno Start Is honest,'
uud *i- ni l nut willingly Rive **» 'md decision."
Albion Iron Works.
(LIMITED)
VICTORIA, B. C.
BNGtNBttRS,   IRON     FOUNDERS    ANU
uoilbr makers.
works:
ciM STOR&i DtSCAVRRV am> iiKrMi.n srs.
MamifacturtTs of Marine tn0. Land B ngea
Botien, Fish Cunning nml Mining Macblnury-
Hydraulic 01a»f*i and Pipe REPAIR8 exemte-l
with dbpstch-    Worlftrunning ni|**ht and day
NECKWEAR   NOTES.
Sets of pure white linen, with simulated
hemstitching, are simple aud stylish.
Figured percal6 sets sbare'favor with the
tinted varieties ou the tapis for traveling nnd
country wear.
in ladles' lingerie, white or colored, tbe
plain collar with cape attachment, olosed
with or without points, and with cuffs to
match, Is de riguer
Beautiful hand embroidery and needlework Bote for visiting aud church services
take, in a measure, the place of ruches for
the melting months.
In ninny instances plastrons are outlined
by jftlxiL-.nl rich lace, in others, they are
marvels of the modiste, in which no end of
ribbons and other dainty devices are brought
to bear
Plain or fluted bands of silk en suite, or In
harmonious contrast, havo taken tho placo of
llsse In fashionable toilets, Sometimes a
string of beads outlines the nock band, oven
when tho corsago und plastron are elaborate
Lingerie for littlo folks is subject to the
same diversity which characterizes the
collars and culls of older people, Tho broad
directoiro small ca|>e seems hest to suit the
tailor und Norfolk styles of boys' costumes;
yet the dainty vest suit, which calls for ths
regulation Piccadilly with four in baud
scarf tio, brings out the touch of nature
rendering tbfl world akin. -Clonk, Muit and
l-adies' Wear Iteview
W.BREDEMEYER.DR.PH.
Mining E:'.f|inccr, United Stales and
Provincial Surveyor and Assayer, Vancouver, B. C.
LATE PARTNER OF i. M'VICKER SALT LAKE CITY.
u> lull!,- reports, underground sarveys ami maps
of nunes executed a* low rates. Assays mods on nil
kind-* nf Minerals) Qola nnd Silver bara< Thirty
years SXpSrlsnes tn ininiiiR in Asia, Ktirope and
Uniteil States of Amerira.     Speaks ten InngnAgSI-
Aisaya from  a distance   promptly   attended  to.
Addntt- Vancouver. B. C.
All quarts for ruwayhia left with W. 0
Hull'irk, Nannimo. will Be promptly for-
warded to Dr. Bredemeyer.
A Toor Theory.
Strajiger—1 seo it reported that those
soldiers' orphans were ouly shamming Insanity so as to save tho trouble of going to tlieir
meals.
Philadelphlan—Wero you over a boy?
"I should say 1 was."
"So was I. Supposo in your boyhood days
you had been Informed that a big meal was
waiting for you on tho other 6ido of a mountain, but if you didn't feel liko going for it
you could havo some tea aud toast."
"WhoopI I'd havo climbed the mountain.'"
-Philadelphia Record.
Advice to Invalids—If you w.dhtoouiain
quiet refreshing sleep, free from headache,
relief from pain and anguish, to calm and
assuage Ihe weary achings of protracted
disease, invigorate lhc nervous media, and
regulate the circulating systems ofthe body,
you will provide yourself with tnat marvellous remedy discovered by Dr. J. Collis
Browne dale Army Medical Staff), to winch
he gave the name of CHLORODVNE, and
which is admitted by the profession to be the
most wonderful and valuable remedy evet
discovered,
CHLORODYNE is the best remedy
known for Coughs, Consumption, Bronchitis,
Asthma.
CHLORODVNI-: acts like a charm m
Diarrhoea, and is the only specific in Cholera
and Dysentery.
CHLORODYNE effectually cuts short all
atlacks of Epilepsy, Hysteria, Palpitation
and Spasms.
CHLORODYNE is the only palliative in
Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gout, Cane-.-*.
Toothache, Meningitis, &: , &c.
Did Uncoil Will-- Sheridan, Too?
Overheard in a Cambridge car: "Don't
you lovo Shakespearef" "Oh, yesl I just
doto on him. I BftW 'School for Scandal1 the
ether night You know that's ouo of Shake
epoaru's best plays ("--•Boston Herald.
Tiu* PeeWee tint.
There's tints—*od theu, og'ln there's huts,
As you a'ready know |
Thero's hats *at'a made for comfort
'Nd there's lints 'ut'a made for show,
There's them 'at'* !o,v 'nd squatty,
'Nd. thou, there's them 'at's higher-
'Nd you kin seo u Job lot.
Jest by looklo* at our choir.
There's them 'ut's high 'nd crooked,
Jammed In 'nd ittOWOd. awry—
Tho durndest shapes 'nd flxlu's
Alt p'huln'to tliosky;
Vou wouldn't kuow they wuz hats,
Kxe-'p' for bcln' on a
Girl fl.Tcd up nil scrumptious—
Like sho wus a preemy donna.
There's Jest ono littlo peeweo hat
'At sets dose ou tho head,
'Nd oil made out of feathers likt*-—
A-fcliutin' bluo 'nd rod;
It's mighty peert 'nd smiglike,
'Nd takin'— yes, you bet!
But 'tlsn't imieh on belu' warm
'Nd kecpin' off tho wet.
There's just a nothuV to it
'Cent Its beauty 'ud Ita grace,
A-suugglu1 close as It kin git ,
To jest tho purtyest faco -*lM*>
'At's in the hull caboodle H
O' tho girls 'at's In tho choir— "•l
X only wish 'at I wus it
'Nd could get jest as nigh Vr I
-Chicago New*
ffl
From Symes & Co,, Pharmaceutical
Chemists Medical Rail, Simla, January 5th,
1SS0: To J. T. Davenport, lisq., $2 Great
Russell Street, Uloomsbury, London, Dear
Sir:—Wc embrace this opportunity of congratulating you upon the wide-spread reputation this justly esteemed medicine, Dr. J.
Collis .-rowne's Chlorodyne, has earncil for
itself, nut only m Hiiftlostan, but all over
the Last. As a remedy of general utility,
we much question whether a better is imported into the country, and we shall be
glad to hear of its finding a place in every
Anglo-Indian home. The other brands, wc
nre happy to say, are now relegated to the
native bazaars, and judging from theii salet
wc fancy their sojnrn there will be but
evanescent. Wc could multiply instances
infinitum of the extraordinary eilicacy of
Dr. Cullis Browne's Chlorodyne in Diarrhie,
and 2nd Dysentery Spasms, Cramps,
Neuralgia, the Vomiting of Pregnancy, and
as . general Sedative, that have Otoaired
Und*.f our personal observation during many
years. In Choleraic Diarrhoea, and even if
the more terrible forms of Cholera itself, we
have witnessed its controlling power. We
have never used :.ny other form of this
medicine than Collis Browne's, from a lirm \
conviction lhat it ll decidedly the best, and j
also from a sense of duty we owe to the pro]
fession and the public, as we nre of the
opinion tnat the substitution of any other
than Collis Browne's, is A DEUBERA7E
BREACH OF FAITH ON THK PART j
OF THE CHEMIST TO PRESCRIBE
AND PATIENT ALIKE. We are sir, !
faithfully yours, Symes A* Co., Members uf
the Pharm. Society of Great Britain, Ilis
Excellancy the Viceroy's Chemists.
WYMOND WALKEM, M.P .CM,
(Coroner for the Province oi Brit
iab Columbia.)   Residence E«i
Wellington.      Telephone      conna H 1
No. 28.
STEAMER SI R> 1
Between Nanaimo,   Cumu>   md *
Steamer Amelia.
Arrives in Nanaiamo -very Tuesduj evi-nii
Leaves Nanaima for Comox   Wednesday  -
Returns from Comox fnr   Vict  ri.
Wednesday evening.
Leaves Nanaimn for Victoria Thm
day       t    -
Leaves VlCterii    *
day   # i      t    -
Leaves Nanain
all   wa)   pi.i
[Between   Nana n
Arrives    ai     Nnnuiii
Nanaimo V\ 0
[between Westminster, Cum   ■ A Nan-  1
STKAAtER   RUHKM I  Dl •■
Airive-- tn   Ni.i.■,;.], ,   \ .. 1.  . .       ,  .
days—Leaves    Nans nn     1 .-    ■    .,
Thursdays*—Leaves    Nanainio   f. r
New   Westminstei    Saturday*:
and   Mondays.
Trains leave Nauaimo for Victoriu.   9:04 a.m.
 Welling-
ton     12:29 f- M.
" arrive in    " from Victoria    12:20 r. M,
 Welling*
tQn       S:es A. M.
On Saturdays an extra tram leaves Nanaimo for Victoria at 1156 P. M. A train also
leaves Victoria for N-uiaimo, arriving here
at 6:55 P- •"■••■ -ind letM-Q« for Wellington at
10:15 !'■ M.
POSTAL SERVICE,
Malls close daily for Victoria
and   way   stations  8 A, M.
"    Arrive     12:20 A. M.
"    Cl -se for  Wellington ...     11 -45 A. M.
" For Comox, Alberni and
way stations every Wednesday  7 P.M.
6, H. BLAKEWAY & 00.
IMPORTING AND DISPENSING
CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS.
Tlie Nanaimo Pharmacy
COMMERCIAL   STREET.
Physician Prescription*! carefully cotnpnunrled
Country orders promi-tlv aiirnded 'o.
• I
JAS. G. FAIRBURN,
Boot & Shoemaker,
HAS RKMOVKI, Til
BASTION    STREET
Next   Hilbert's   Furniture
Warehouse.
_ .   Repairing s\ nil -rinde promptly
attended to,
Ap 23-tf
CAUTION.- Vice-Cnancellor Sir W.
Page Wood stated that Or, J, Collis Browne
was, undoubtedly, the inventor of Chlorodyne; that thc story <>f the defendant, Fret
man, Mas deliberately untrue, which, he
regretted to say, had lieen sworn to —.See
"The Times," July 13, 1SS4.
Sold in bottles at is. 1 'yd., 2s. -nd., 4s.
Gd., and lis. each. None is genuble without   the    words   "I h.   |.   Collis   ufownu's
Chlorodyne" on the Government stampi
Overwhelming medical testimony accompanies each bottle.
Caution—Beware of Piracy and Imita*
tins.
Sole Manufactures -J, T. Dayenpoit, 33
Great Russell Street, llloomsbmv   London
OLD FLAG INN
COR. HASTION AND SKINNER
STREET.-*,
N A N a 1 *i o,   11. r.
.1.   I-I.   JEIVKUVS, ■        r.i.p.l, l„r.
NOTICE. "
Messrs. lius^i'll MoDonalcl A Oo., beg
In notify tin' public that they have disposed aif their branch store in this oity.
Thi' store will be closed after the first ol
.Inly ami from now until tbat date we
will Hell our stoek at cost. All alebts not
settled on or before June 30th, will be
muni for.
russell Mcdonald a co.
■Nanaimn. B. C, June 1st, 1889.
1 mo
Canadian Pacific mimvn  Ci,
[LIMITED
TIME   TABLE   No.   io.
TAKING- FFECTFEBRUARY ut,,*+
BURRARD INLET ROUTE.
VICTORIA   TO Vancouver anal   Mooaiyvallc aUU,
„. .""P1 Mondny. at 4 o'cUicli.
VANCOUVER TO Vicioria, daily, «»c«pl MoaJ*y.
at 13:13 o'clocla or on the arrival ot the C. P.
Railway Train.
PUGET SOUUD ROUTE.
S.S. PREMIER will leave as follows:—Vancouver
2 p. m.,   Mondays   and   Thursdays,   returning
leaves  Seattle  Wednesdays and  Saturdays at 6
a.m., arriving in Vancouver about 6 p.m., this to
take effect Thursday, February oth.
.NEW WESTMINSTER ROUTE.
' I.eaa-es VICTORIA for New Westminster, Ladn.r's
Landinj and Lulu Island, Sundays and Thursdays at 7 . clock, Tuesdays at 8 o'clock.
' Leave  NEW   WESTMINSTER for Victoria   ud
way ports on Monday at a [a.m., Wednesday and
! rnday at 7 a.m.
PLUMPER PASS, Sunday at 7 o'clocla.
FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Ste.-aiiiers for Hope and wiay port, leave New Westminster every Thursday:   For  ChiliiwLack and
way landings every 1 uesday and  Satau-aUy at
7 a.m.
BARCLAY SOUND ROUTE.
Steamer MAUDE leaves  Victoria for Alberni and
Sound ports once a month.
NORTHERN    ROUTE.
Steam.hip Sardonyx will leave for Fort gintpsou aud
intermediate ports on the First and Fifteenth of
each month.    Whenever   sufficient   inducement
offers will call at points on the  West  Coast and
tlueen Charlotte Islands.
,A he company reserves the rignt of changing  this
1 line Table at any time without notification.
G.A. CARLETON. JOHN IRVING,
Gen. Agent. Manager.
Nanaimo Land Office.
HAWTHORNTHWAITE   «V   CO.
FOR SALE.
NEWCASTLE DISTRICT—Sewn -teres,
more or less, very good l»nd, Millstream
running through, close to Comox Road.
A desirable homestead, minerals included—
$IOOO.
Newcastle Townsite—Lot 6S, Block 3
$225 Terms.
Lot 43, block to, $500 cash.
Lot 8, block 13, $1800 terms. Splendid
business site.
Lots 11 and 12, block 6—$1000.
Locations for residences and business site.
throughout the city.
Nine blocks in the Syndicate Addition to
Port Angeles. Far ms in all pans of he
Province. 4
NOTICE.
AS THE UNDERSKiNED 18 RETIR-
ing from business he begs to notify
all persons indebted to him to Bettle
their accounts on or before the 30.h Jun
proximo.   Accounts   remaining unps
after that alate  will  be  placed in
hands of an attorney for collection,
persons to whom the undersigned
debted are requested  to hand  in
claims for payment, on or before   th
above mentione I dates.
J. S TIVI'Y.
Nanaimo,    tl.    -aril.
.
!)
Barew.
Strove
-and   Agent, Con^6**Ata •. i, .HtCu-itilfenl
and Insurance Agent
UpriLKl—C L. Smith's Building, Bastion Stm-ct,
Town LOUand Farms for Sale,    Money to Loan ri
[ortgBgt* at low ratee.
Agent for tlit.- Glasgow <uid London Fire Intur
Company.
Corporation of the Oity of
Nanaimo, B. 0.
By-Law tai appoint a time and place fatr
hearing complaints against Real Estate Assessments. Whereas by a by-law dated the
(■ill day of May, 1889, the 13th dayofMay v. as
appointed for thc return by the Assessor to
the Municipal Council ofthe Real Estate Assessment Roll, for the year 1889,
and, whereas the said roll was returned•■
that day, and whereas it is necessary to appoint a time and place for hearing the complaints of such person or persons as mav complain of his or their assessments, appearing* sn
thc said roll.
lie it therefore enacted by the Mayor and
Aldermen of the city ol Nanaimo as follows:
1. That all complaints that have been
aiuly made, or shall be duly made, by any
person or persons of his or their assessment.
as the same may appear on the said assess
ment roll for thc year 1889. shall be heard at
the cily council chamber, Nanaimo, on Tuesday, the iStli day ofjune, 1889, at the hour
of 10 o'clock in the forenoon and at 2 o'clock
in the afternoon, or as soon thereafter as the
saial complaints can be heard.
2. This by-law may be cited for all purposes as the appeal by-law, 1889.
Passed by thc Municipal Council thii 3rd
day ofjune, 1889, affirmed by the Municipal
Council this 10th day ofjune, 1889.
S. GOUGH, M.  BATE,
C. M. C. Mayor.
R. CRAIG,
General Blacksmith & Carriage Builder.
Bastion Stint Brtdgt, lualn, B, C.
With New Vremises, Modem Machinery anas' Via
Cla-j.  Workmen,  all Sty's, of wuoaas,
Cotiiftges and Baggies will be ba]Tt|
to order.
HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY.   REPAIR
ING CONE. THE  NANAIMO    COURIER,    SUNDAY/JUNE  30,  1889.
7
NANAIMO
COURIER
SUNDAY,  JUNE 30,   I---".
LOOAT,  AND GENERAL.
trom AlasKti.
The steamer Corona arrived in Departure Bay yesterday morning, six tlaya
from Alaska, and later in the day proceeded to Nanaimo. The Gowna h'lt
Tacoma on the I7ih Inst, with-an excursion partv tor Alaskan svalert,atul arrived at Sitka Jano 22d, from whence she
proceeded to Glacier Bay and Cnilcat.
The weather, which had been rainy Ior
some time, cleared up when thr party
arrived in Glacier Bay, and everybody
prepared to thoroughly enjoy thflm-
selves The party climbed tho Glacier
en mwse. with the exception of one lady,
who was sick. The splendid scenery
from the Bummit was pronounced by
every one to bo the iinest that ever they
had seon.the Alps not excepted, On the
return trip to the vessel tho Pilot kindly
offered to show the party tho bandies
and best way down, and in tho course ol
the descent lie nnd bis lady Wend struck
a soft spot and sank iuto ll"' slushy
mow, receiving a thorough wetting, and
bad tn walk back about a mile and a hall
in that stato much to the amusement
ol tbe rest oi ibe excursionists. The
Slot Intimated his intention of conducting bis pilotage bnsincss nn the watery
waste in future.
When the Corona arrivod at Sitka, tho
inhabitants serenaded them witli a brass
band, and did everything In their power
tn assist-tbem in sightseeing and enjoying themselves.
Tbe Trcadwell Gold Mine was also
visited and wns working fall time, turning om considerable gold,but tlie officials
did not seem inclined to furnish many
particulars.
Tbe Pyramid Harbor Cannery was also
visited, but owing tb ils having been recently burned was not very attractive
but as one oi the excursionists remarked,
"it demonstrated American pluck, for it
is nearly rebuilt." The summer run of
salmon has not yet commenced, but is
expected am- dav, and extensive preparations arc beirigmiule lo'jive tbo lisb a
hearty reception.
Tbe excursion party consisted oi
eighty persons, and all expressed themselves as highly delighted with the trip,
and the good accommodation obtained on
the Corona.
"'rit lu't-
Uwing to tho unsettled state oi the
weather yesterday the match advertised
to be played on the ground of tbe Nanaimo Cricket Club, between married and
single members, did not '-come off."
There was, however, a fairly good mus-
ti'i'. and two''scratoh" teams were soon
pitted against each other. The ground
was in very much better order than on
tho two previous occasions on which il
has been used by this Club, though both
the batting and bow ling. u iih one or two
notable exceptions, still leaves much to
be desired. For the side chosen by .Mr.
Johnson, B. Thompson made 111; there.]
wero no oilier scores worthy of mention, j
For Mr. Arnu'eli's side I. Hovclacqucand
K. Potts bore off tho hatting laureW with      Dcgli Alighierl  Dante, Italian poet, born
11   and 12 respectively.   Messrs. Haw- 1885; died 1821.
tbornthwaite and Johnson did the mosl i   John Hancock, American statesman, born
I
THEY   ALL   DIED   AT   56.
Hugh Capet,  king of France,  horn  MO;
lied WO.
Henry VlTt, klnc; of England, horn 1401;
tied 1847.
Henry IV, emperor of Germany, born 1050;
iied 1100.
Frederick I, first kinc; of Prussia, born 1657]
died 1T1M.
Nicols Faganini, Italia:: voilinist, born 17S4;
died 1S-I0.
Alexander Pope, English poet, born MiSS;
died 17+1.
'Georgo Sale, English orientalist, born 10S0;
ilical 11UC.
The (-real sale of dry goods at cost
price still continues at Arthur Bullock's.
.•.	
North *'abriol:i School.
Thc Midsummer Examination of the
North Gabriola School took place on Fri-
dav last in the presence of the Trustees:
A. Hoggan, J. .McLay and J. Stephenson
and several ladies.
The pupils were examined pn various
branches ot study by Miss Clnnas, their
teacher, and acquitted themselves admirably, and thoroughly satisfied those present that Miss Chinas had bestowed upon
them cverv possible attention.
Tlie following pupils obtained distinction :
roll in- IIOKOB.
Proficiency—Sarah Hoggan.
Regularity and Punctuality—Robert
Hoggan.
Deportment—John Eastham.
A Bpecial prize tor Spelling was won by
Annie Eastham.
There were nol many prizes as will
be noticed, and we have no doubt that
many more of tbe scholars deserved .reward, and it is only fair to encourage Industry and perseverance in the young.
Al'tlie conclusion of the examination
Miss Chinas tendered ber resignation
which was accepted with regret by l lie
Trustees and many friends sbe hnd made
during ber stay on the Island.
—.«,._ -
(sloveN.
Perkins are
Spencer affront with a splendid supply
nnd ladies necessaries.
igain to the
■-loves
South *'e,l,«r School.
The examination of the Soutli Cedar
school was held yesterday in the school-
house in the presence of Mrs. Maguirc,
Miss Cairns, Miss Patterson, James Haslem, !•'.. Pearson, and several others.
The pupils were examined by their
teacher, .1. McLeod, and fully justified
the opinion of tho Trustees and tho parents of the scholars that great attention
had been paid tn tlieir education by Mr.
McLeod,   Following is the list of prizes;
Ian.I.s  OF  HONOR.
Catherine Thomas, general proficiency;
Mary Jane Haslam, deportment; Louisa
Edna Stark, regularity and punctuality.
5th Class—W"B 0. Thomas, lirsl : Miss
Haslam, second.
4th Class—.lames Thomas, first; Miss
Louisa Stark, second.
"d Class—Robert Maguiro, lirst,
2d Class—David Thomas, first; Miss
Mable Cairns, second,
1st Class—Miss Nora Magnire, first;
i leorge Thomas, second,
execution witli the "leather"—each of
whom would, we feel assured, on a really good and'"fast" ground be very destructive. The wicket keeping of S,
Thompson Bhould not In- passed over in
silence. In our opinion he comes appreciably near being "first-class," and it
is l.y no means every Cricket Clul
matter of what standing—that can inaka
ilia' proud Iwasl that ii lias a first-class
wicket-keeper, that mosl difficult ol all
men to obtain in an eleven. A few seats
weic placed near Ibe boundary, Mid the
welcome relief from forced continuous
standing was highly appreciated by all
the ladies present. A tent was taken to
tlie ground in which the superior sex
COtlld take shelter from sun or rain, at
i least such was tbe intention of the Committee, but unfortunately tents are by no
means easy to erect without poles; a fact
which is to be blamed for that particular
lent lying prone and "all of a heap."
Below Is appended the score:
Ma,   \K.\ii'i:i.nr's sun:.
J.Calverloy b Johnson  0
llovelacque b Johnson  11
A. Volts b Johnson  2
f. Harvey b Johnson   II
Armfeldtb Harley  1
Creighton b Hurley.  1
T. E. Potts b Thompson   12
Hnwthornthwaito b Johnson        0
J. (iood b Johnson 0
Cotton rim out li Johnson  I!
Cnlverloy b Thompson  '!
Gintv imi nni        .2
Byes 1
Leg live I
Wides 1
Total      -
n:i7; died 170:;.
Maria Louisa,
1701; died 1847.
Philip Mufsiii;
I*,S1; alical 1010.
empress  of   Frauce,   horn
vi-, English ilr.-tniatist, born
Saladin, saltan of Egypt- and .Syria; born
no | 1187; died HlC.
Robert Stephenson, English engineer, born
1603; died 1851).
llelvetius, *"Vencl* philosopher and author,
horn 1715; died 1771.
the riiiulagenet line,
English   mil hor,
mi:, ii. JOHNSON' B sini;.
Sykes Thompson b llawlhornthwaiU
A. Watson b Hawthornthwaite	
Harvey Johnson l> Hawthornthwaiti
E. A. Praeger c and b Culvorley.
A. (J. King b Calverley	
E. B. Paul run out	
.1. lloneyman b Arinl'elt	
Oawthorn b Hawthornthwaite
V. Good b Hawthornthwaite
B. (Inod b Hawthornthwaite	
\V. Keist b Armfelt	
Harley not om	
I'.yes        4
Wides 6
88
Total.
>■>■' -'I* a c:i>-.*- si ntllil
Helen
Hack
The
•"inllu in
Honors for Cedar District.
South Cedar District bus decidedly
come to the front In literature, as Miss
C. Thomas, who is only 11 years oi age.
succeeded in carrying off one oi the
County 1'rizes given by tho Montreal
Wipteu for the besi atory on Canada,!
written by a Canadian subject. Miss
Thomas is the 14-year-old daughter of
John Thomas, farmer, ot Cedar District,] •*;
who may justly feel proud of his daughl-1 **■'•'
nr's success, whieh reflects great credit
on Mr. McLeod who is the teacher of the
school she attends, and also nn the whole
district. The prize consisted of Macau-
ley's History of Hng)and, in live sol-
nines.
Tlie subject chosen by Miss Thomas
was, "My Homo in British Columbia."
Altogether 1108 essays wero received,
17 of which were from this Province.
The Midsummer examination -if ihe North
Cedar school was held yesterday. Miss- Ramsey, lhe teacher, examined thc pupils who
rendered a very satisfactory account "f themselves.
There were several present among whom
were J. Gordon, Trustee, Mrs Ilcmer, Misa;
Maggie Jones ami others. Following is ihe
list of prizes:
ROLL 01" 110*1*011.
Proficiency—Ellen Beck, Deportment, Jas.
Mallpass. Regularity and punctuality,
Annie Ilcmer. Prizes were presented tncach
hy Miss Raaiscy,
Special prizes—Special prizes were given
by Mr. Malpass for reading, wain by Wm,
Malpass. Composition, presented by Mr.
Malpass, won hy Maggie McKinnell, Head
of Fourth class, presented by Mr. Malpas,
won liy May Vork. Spelling presented hy
Miss Ramsey and won by Annie Slcv
Head of Classes—Fifth Class—Ist,
l'eck; 2nd, Maggie McKinnell.
Fourth Class—1st, Mav Vork.
Third Class—ist.  May Heck I 2nd.
Stoves.
Third  Class  Itiniar—isl,   Maggie
Millie Malpas.
Second   Class—1st.   Gilbert    McKinnel
2nd, James Thomas.
First Class—ist, Emma 1-Iemcrj 2n
Thomas.
the programme ol exercises:
The three Co-pecks.''
— By lhe School
Recitation—'-The (lo-nl Shepherd,"
by Helen Heck
■The Ant,"
hy Millie Malpa.ss
The Lost Doll,"
by Emma I lemer
Recitation   "What I know,"
hy John Thomas
Duel, hy Annie and Emma Mcmer
Recitation—"Thc Children's Tea Party,"
hy Annie Iiemer
Recitation—"Excelsior," by the School.
Recitation—"I'm Frightened in the Dark,"
by May Vork
Recitation—"Lei us Speak the licst we Can,"
hy Jennie Stowe
Recitation—' -1'apa's Letter,"
liy the School
1    then    ,ang     the    National
most pleasing manner,  after
ohn
Following i
Recitation—'
Recitation-
Recitatio
1 Viol.
h the scholars were dismiss 'd.
•iv flannel boating anil cricket, shirts,
coats just received al lhe BoS store,
in Crescent.
• as.
SHIPPING   NEWS.
v.
Henry II, (It-, t of
horn 1183; died 1 ISO.
Rev.  Charles Kingslev,
born 1810; died 1875.
Juan Prim, Spanish general and statesman,
born ISM; died 1S70.
Cains Julius C*08ar, Koiuau general, born
100 13. 0; died II B. C.
The Elder Pliny, Roman naturalist and
author, born 38; died "0.*
Claudius II, Marcus Aurclius, emperor of
Rome, born 314; died "70.
Henry Knox, American revolutionary general, horn 17,"j0; died 1S00.
Thomas Mifllin, American patriot and general, born 1744; died 1S00.
Von Maarten Harpertzoon Troup, Patch
admiral, horn l.i97; ilied llio'l.
Abraham Lincoln, president of tho United
States, bora 1S00; died 1S0.5.
Harry Edward O'Menra, Irish surgeon iu
St. Helena, born 17S0; ilied 1SS0.
Frederick Morryat, English naval officer
and novelist, born 1.0"; died 1S4S.
Seipio JEiiiiliauusAfricnnusMinor, Roman
general, horn IS*. B. C.; died 12913. 0.
Kobcrt Dudley, earl of Leicester, favorite
of Queen Elizabeth, born 1683; died 1DSS.
Qeorge Whltefleld, English founder of Cal-
vanistie Methodism, born 1714; died 1770.
Johann Caspar Spurzheim, German physician and phrenologist, born 1770; died 1S32.
Frederick II, emperor of Germany and
king of Naples and Sicily, born 1101; died
1280,	
SOME    USEFUL   HINTS.
Uso common snlt when sweeping carpets,
and it will brighten llio colors wonderfully.
To prevent a bruise becoming black and
blue, rub first in sweet oil, then in spirits of
turpentine.
To remove eoll'ee stains, put thick glycerine
ou tho wrong side of tho article und wash
out in lukewarm water.
To tako out iron mold stains, wet with
milk und cover with salt. Tbo latter also
rubs egg stains from spoons.
If your sowing machine runs hard and your
oiler is empty, try as a substitute equal parts
of clean lard and kerosene oil.
If thero ho much sickness about tho neighborhood, boil tho water which is used in
babies' food, for boiling kills all tho animalcule** contatn&d tn the water. Cool it beforo
using.
Cabbage leaves deprived of their coarse
nerves (ribs) make an excellent dressing for
wounds of various kinds and obstinate ulcers.
Apply night and morning with a bandugo
over them.
To remove paint from windows, take
strong bicarbonate of soda and dissolve it in
hot water. Wash tho glass, and iu twenty
minutes or half nn hour rub thoroughly with
a dry cloth.
To clean hollies, put into them some kernels of corn and a tablespoouful of ashes,
half fill them with water; and after a vigorous shaking and rinsing yen will find the bottles as good ns now.
Clean white marble stoops, balls or walks
by having them washed with a mop which
has beeu dipped in boiling hot water and soda.
Uso a good ileal of soda and allow-it to dissolve.   It is very cirective.
Tho juice of tho matured leaf of llio burdock in tcaspoonful doses, threo times a day,
was given to a child G years old affected with
obstinate scrofulous aphtholma (sore eyes and
lids), and ia a few weeks was cured.
Tho way to keep footwear soft and waterproof, melt and mix thoroughly ono pound
tallow, one-half pound beeswax, ono-quarter
pound resin, two ounces ncats foot oil, two
ounces glycerine.   Apply warm.
An excellent way to clean old brass is to
uso ordinary household ammonia, undiluted,
and rub with a brush, This will leave tho
metal clear and bright, it should then bo
rinsed in clear water and wiped dry.
ART   NOTES.
Tbe Bteamer Santa('ritz is wiiitiin
BtructioiiH at iln* V. C. Co.'p wharf.
Tin'ship Carrollton will possibly
to-day with a eargn nf coal I'm- San I
cisco.
Tbo ship hv will follow the Can
undo
Fran
Iho
isen.
holes   In  load  coal   fnr  Sun
WEI.I.INOTON
•aincr Cm
Two Days in Vancouver.
We  are  informed   that excursionists
who purchase return  tickets  by   tbe
steamer Yosemite, can slay in Vancouver
and return by tho steamer Dunsmuir on j
Wednesday  morning,   This  will be a     ''
great boon to those wbo are interested in j terdav for fuel.
the horse racing whicli will tako place on j    Tlm steamer Wilmington
Tuesday July 'Ind.   Those interested in
tho excursion on thc steamer  Yosemite
have spared no pains lo please their patrons.
Change ol Sailing 'a'int,'.
The steamer R. Dunsmuir will not ar-
rive nt Nanaimn nn Monday, July 1st
". nrifl consequently Bhewill not mako hor
usual   trip   tn   Vancouver   on   Tuesday
next. tt.
I'liotog-raphN at I'opnlrtr -"rices.
■ •' Mr. John IJrcn of the Mainland Photograph Company, arrived in the city last
evening anil is'prepared to tako first-class
photographs at Popular Prices. Photo'b
of residences, groups and bcciics also
taken. Mr. Uren will be in the city bu.
a short timo and parlies wishing photographs "Vill do well to call upon him immediately. Will start business Monday. *
. -•+•	
■tap-lit  Services In t'oort Templar*
Hall.
Rev. Jas.   A.   Banton    will    (D V)
preach    next     Sunday    at     11    a.
m. and 7 p.    nf.   All   welcome.     Al-1
so  at   Wellington    in   Ibo    Methodist
Chapel nt 3 o'clock p. in.   Pastor Banton |
will prcp-li.    Let there bo a' good rally
at this place; *l    '
Tho monument to McClellau iu tho ceme-
t«ry at Trenton, N. J., will bo a column all'
feet high with au eaglo on it.
There is great call in Lonalon for mezzotints after Constable's landscapes, and biographies of this great and onco neglected English painter aro eagerly snapped up.
Gladstono and Hartington, formerly friends,
and now, by stros3 of politics, very liko ono-
inics, are to grace tho walls of tho Reform
club in London. Both will bo painted by A.
a. Cope.
Tho Duko of Westminster haa presented to
llio handsomo art inusoum at Molbourno
"Diinstanborough Castle," by Tumor, exhibited nt tho Itoyal academy tn 1708, and
sold livo years ago ior S4,7llo.
Tho Tudor kings and princesses of England
aro to bo honored noxt season at tho Now
Gallery, London. Portraits by Holbein and
j other artists, togother with personal and
other historical relies connected with Tudors,
will bo shown.
Domingo, the Spanish palntor, long resident
in Paris, for whoso work immensoprices
have ruled these many years, lias laid tlio
honor of painting tho baby king of Spain and
his mother, tho queen regent, receiving for
the former 1525,000.
terday tn load coal for San Francisco.'      j    The British committal for tho Universal
The ship Glory of the Seas  is waiting  exposition at Paris has voted $200,000 for
to complete her cargo nf coul for San l''run-   expenses, kept Sir Polydoro De Keysor as
cisco. j acting president, and made tho present lord
The ship Kennebec is wailing her turn t ""a*-ov ot London hmprary president.   Dele-
to load eoal fnr San Francisco.
BAST Wl*l.l,INliTl)N.
The ship (Ion. FftlrChild
for San Francisco.
The bark Buiidaleer is due to'lnnd
for San Francisco.
THE
mm MARKET
Opposite Italian lintel, Haliburton Street
R H. ROWE, Prop.
Constantly on hand a full assortment of
Choice Meat & Vevetables
Meat delivered to all parts nf tin.
free of charge.
TOM BELL.
Esouimalt  & Nanaimn
Railway.
TIME    CARD    No     IO.
TO TAKE EFFECT AT 8:10 A. M.|.ON SATURDAY, MARCH joth, ,88a, TRAINS
RUN ON.PACIFICJSTANDARD
'For Shirts,
Pants,
Scarfs, Ties, Collars, Etc.,
TO
I Sell al Ihe   Lowest   Pi-ices in Town.
If You will Buy of Mai You will get YOUK
Honey.' Worth,
FRUIT. ■ VEGETABLES,   TOBACCO,
CIGARS
Ami miiti sinukeis' lEtiiiisiies al lowest Prices li 'town,
WANTED.
A waitress al once,    Apply Dolmonico
llnla'l. tf
-T*lxc   StectrKLOx*
R. DUNSMUIR
Leaves Vancouver for Nanaiinn on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays at -!:15
p.in., mi  the arrival nl  Ibe  Eastern
mails.
Loaves New Westminster for Nanainio
Mondays and Wednesdays al 7 a.m.
Xt.GtlXX'XAlXi.St
Leaves Nanaimo for Vancouver Tuesdays, Thiu-sdays and Fridays at 7 a.in.
Leaves Nanaimn for New Westminster
Tuesdays and Saturdays at 7 a. m.
TEAMING.
ORDERS   FOR   DRAYAGE   OR   TKAMlNfi
*"'   left at the Ext clsiiir Bakery, Commercial street,
or  Malison's stora',   Haliburton street, aaill receive
raiuipt attention at moderate rates.
A.  ANDERSON,
Allien Street,
April 6—tf Nanaimo, II.C.
m ttiioi'i:   in i-.i>i\<',  -'.ti.i. urn
\ B   NOIittATE,
Architect anil MectoiilcaP Engineer.
DUAW1N0B FOE PATENT OFFICE.
VICTORIA, II. < .
Piano   Tuning.
fVlDERS FOR TUNING AND REPAIRING
*--    j.[alios anal organs, if left at this oflice,  will be
attended io promptly. A. ANI IERMAN.
Aiiril .   -ll  •
Photographs! Photographs!!
Tlie undersigned is prepared to lake
lirst-clnss Cabinet Photos for if'i.OO per
dozen. Views of residences and all kinds
of viewing at reduced prices. And tn
keep money from goin-.' lo other cities
will tako payment in trade from nny
business man in the citv.
.101 IN SAMPSON.
fgtg   Photo Artist.
Cosmopolitan  Market,
commercial street, nanaimo, B.C,
2i!..     <Q 013"iNr*l>a""*G!XjXj.
T.   L.   BROWNE   Ss   CO.,
"THB   BOsX:,"
VICTORIA   CRKSCKNT,   NANAIMU.
A l.ni-ite -(election <>i  Uentli' and Hoy,,, ruriiisliiur-s.     «»,.„• stoeh
JJl-lflioiiil Value at Lowest (lash Prices.
■ i
O rntS) IO Oii>N H\0   M-,n O i
Gh n  ei   ■- <n *■*■ Af- (*] Q o in tj- |
H h -J fj - h d o (j o d oico vj
&ZZ
.d 2 'rt «■"*' S o -*1** **w "■ S ° fi °
515.8 fi rt ., i. ■= « c rt .5.5 g1
Ij* liiiiji iiiji
"JO,
:«
• to
i  c a*
I  "'a: ^
■ U r±
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4
t- ° ; .
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I d. '
eicofo^-'oinimo in >nao r^      rs
'Q*
00 CO 00   Ci Cn O   O   O  6  O  «■**<  M   pl   M
i>\ SA'ITltl>AYS AMI Nl N»AVS.
Return tickets will be'issned l*-*twe**ii nt potntl
for a single fare good for return Monday,
Return tickets for one and a hull ordinal*,' fare may
be riinchased daily to all point's, good for three tlaya
including the dav of issue.
No return tickets issued for a -.iiifjle farr when
such fare is 25 cents.
Through rates between Victoria and Comox.
R. DUNSMUIR, President;
flJOS. HUNTER, General Superintendent I
l1. K. PRIOR, Oncra! Freight and Passenger
Agent.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
—ALWAYS—
A   CHOICE   ASSORTMENT
,.1-,T1I':>JNKST
MEATS    AND    VEGETABLES
IN Till'. MAIIKUT.
Free Delivenrv to All Parts of the Citv,
[TXION CREDIT AND i'ROTECTIV!"
I Assnciatinii—Headquarters, 455 Main
U street, Winnipeg, Man. For collection of old and worthless accounts any
where in tbe world, and no charge if not
collected. 0. E. Collins, Manager and
Treasurer, w. I'mtnv Mills, Solicitor,
Victoria, !!.('.
NEW FRUIT STORE!!
ail
llliml
T. A Adams and 1!. Schilling have
opened a
NEW FRUIT STORE
on Commercial Street
opposite the Co-operative Store.   Tbey
will  keep  nothing  but the licst  stock nf
Fruits, Temperance Drinks,   [ce  Cream,
Cigars. Tobacco and Smokers' requisites,
(live them a trial and be convint'cd.
THE
Str. YOSEMITE
Railway!
THE TRUE
Transcontinental Route
llF/rWKEN   THF
Pacific : ancl : the ; Atlantic !
lis pnssenger equipment is the finest in the
world, consisting of LnXURlOUS SLEEPING
Cars having Drawing, Smoking and Hath
Rooms j Comfortable and Clean Colonist
Cars, with Free Sleeping Berths for holders
of second-class tickets; and most modern
style of day coaches.
ITS   DINING   CAUS   AND   HOTELS!
provide the best quality of food in unlimited
quantity at reasonable rates.
THE YAUIKTV AND GKANDKUR   OK
SCENERY
along ils line is unequalled, and in tho details of track, train service, etc., nothing is
omitted that can add to the Safety antl Comfort of its patrons, All in all, it gives the
l;:st ancl most serviceable line of travel,
whether for business or pleasure, 'between
Portland, Tacoma, Seattle, Victoria, and all
Pacific Coast Foints, and V'innipcg, Minneapolis, St. Paul, Chicago, St. Louis, Ottawa,
Toronto, Moitre.il, Boston, New York and
aii Eastern Cities.
THROUGH   TICKETS
are   issued  to all  principal  points  in   the
United States,  Canada  and Europe,   al the
Lowest Kates.
ROUT.   IRVING,   Kreighl and    Passenger
Agert, Govt, St., Victoria.
A. E. PLANTA, Ticket Agent, Nanainio.
I). E. UROWN, D. V. and Passenger Agenl.
Vancouver.
E.V.BODWELL
Real Estate Broker,
And General Agent, ConYoyanoor,
Notary Public, Etc
city  Property, Suburban Property and
I'iiiiii l.ftiulH fnr sale nn bent terms.
Correspondence Solicited.
OORNER COKDOVA A OAMBIE STS,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
OCCIDENTAL     HOTEL
FOSTER BRi
HOUSE, -.- SIGN
 AND-
ll
Paper Hanging, Kalsomining, Interior Decorations, Etc., Done at
Reasonable Rates.    Post Olliee Box 17C.
DELMONICO    RESTAURANT
Olxxxi-olx Street,  3\r-**riL«.i-in-io,  XS. 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 JtOOMS  IN CONNECTION.
COAL!
IT XX. XV NB*wr
Vancouver Coal Mining
AND    LAND    CO.   {LIMITED.)
THF,   WELL-KNOWN   NANAIMO AND SOUTHFIELD   STEAM,
GAS,    AND    HOUSE   COALS   ARE    MINED    ONLY    HV
THIS   'COMPANY,  AT   THEIR ESPLANADE AND
SOUTH FIELD COLLERIES,  NEAR    TIIK
TORT   OF   NANAIMO.
OCEAN  STEAMERS  AND  THE   LARGEST  DF.F.P-SF.A   VESSELS
LOAD AT THE COMPANY'S  WHARVES  AT ALL
STATES OF THE TIDE AND RECEIVE
PROMPT  DISPATCH.
This is Hilbert's "ad" and Don't
You Forget It.
VANCOUVER FURNITURE WAREHOUSE STILL AT THE FRONT.
Goods Hold on the installment plan.   Wo carry a full lino nf House Furnishiiie
Hoods, Linoleums, Carpets and Parlor Bedroom Suits, made to order in
stylo, color or pattern.   We keep the largest stock of Wall Paper
of any House in lhc city.   All our Upholstering alone on
the premises.   Childrens' Carriages, CrocKoi"**,
(ilassware, China Electro-plated ■■arc
Table Cutlery.
londed
arrived   ves
loading conl
1 gate commissioner is Mr. Trueman Wood.
Tho itnmnnso canvas with eighty figures by
I Thomas Hill, of San Francisco, called "Tho
Last Spike," commt-rnorating tlio finish of
j tho railway across tho United States, has
been sot up onco more In tho artist's studio.
According to Tho Chronicle ho proposes to
spend many years perfecting this work.
CaW.    UI'M.IN,
WM.!. i.i'.wi:  ..
NAM1M0 2 VANCOUVER
The great sale nf dry  goods ut cost
price stiil continues ntArthur Bullock's.*
- -    .*,.—1—
s'nrl of -«:,,,it iin., si..,.taii,::
The following'are ihe clearances of
vessels from tlie Porl of Nnniiiiiio for the
month ending, .Tune 80th.
Vancouver Coal Co 18,893
Dunsmuir at Sons 18,204
EastWellingtonOoolCo.   ... 1,884
Union Colliery, Comox ..      . 4,nni)
CALDWELL & LEWIS,
 «*••	
 TIIK	
Fashionable : Tailors
MONDAY, JULY 1st
.vr 0:80 a. m	
g0"inxe for thc Round Trip $2.50.
Children Half Price.
Trains will leave Wellington at 0 11. in.
to connect witli Ilm steamer.
NOTICE.
. ..!7,!-Hl
.    1,580
SuuhIuuIoh nt reduced priceBal Sperioer
unci Perkins. *
Total.
.Faxt-ula Iron Ore.. .
CALDWELL & LEWIS,
Nanaimo, B. C.
Commercial Street
apl^-im
Aisc-fi'.mr-nt Act nml Provincial Revt-nnc Tax, Nan.ii-
1110 District.
Notice  is hereby given, in accordance   with the
Statutes, that Provincial Revenue Tax anil all 'laxes
luvictl under the Assessment Acts arc now due for the
year, 1880, and  payable at   my    office,,   Nannimo;
Assessed Taxes, il paid on or before June 30th, uSSo,
are collectable at the followiiiR rates, vi/:
Yi or x per cent, on Keal Property.
7J-J cents per acre on Wild Land.
One-third of one per -.cit, on Personal   Property.
I     Y of 1 per cent, on Income.
! If paid after June r,oth, 1889:—
!     Yi of 1 per ci--'   on Real Property.
i     3J^ cents - . --..-reon Wild Land.
i     Yi of 1 per 1 < 'it .on Personal Property.
!     Yi "I t Pt-r   ' n   on Income.
\ M. BATK.
lAsscssornPit ■"•"il'.eclpr*-
OppoBite E. & N. B. U. IH-H.
Strictly Firat-t'liiHa.
n£Sample rooms for travellers,
JHFOnly- .irst-chiBN Wines, MquorS
iinT Cigar.*-."
JOHN DECKER &. CO.
mch22-tf
P. GABLE,
Cigar:-: Manufacturer,
Bastion St.,
Nanaimo, b, c.
Smoke the celebrated "Nanaimo Enterprise" cigar.
Best in the Market.
Ap24   ' .	
jrtxxxxGta jacar-ve-y
IMPORTER OI'
ENGLISH AND CANADIAN'MERCHANDISE.
Commercial Street, Nanaimo,   B. C,
far-ACKNT for the; hen "jink sin«eu sewing machine.
Parties wishing 11 general outfit ol Furniture will do well by examining my stool-
lietore buying elsewhere. Also tbe best equipped undertaking establishment
this sido of San Franeiseo, and the only oinhalmiT in the eity. Note tlie
address and don't you forget it.
Bastion, Front and Wharf Streets, Nanaimo.
J. Hilbert,     -    -    Proprietor,
■IMPORTER   OF-
Stoves,! Grates, Ranges, Pumps, Lead Pipes, Zinc, and
General Hardware.
Manufacturer of Tin, Copper, Zine nnd Sheet-iron Ware.    "M^Mctfll  Roofing
and Repairing.    A full line of Hardware ot all deneriplion constantly
iu stock nt bottom prices,    A call solicited.
Walter Wilson, - Commercial St.
4p23

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