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Array -   Occidental Hotel.
SAMPLE ROOM
FOR  COMMJBRCIt | T.   TU.! I 'EL ERS
The  Bar  Ei  stipplie.l   with. Only  the.- but   Win--:*.
l.iqnori and ("iRar.-.    \\ [eland*! Celebrated   l*!-i!.i'
"tlel-jhia Lager Hct-r on Draught.
a naimo
Occidental Hotel.
First-CUis—Large Rooms.
Nkelg Famishes
gfatr   Special   attention   git-en to the
billing  Department.     Charges  moderate
.1. DECKER A CO., Props.
Vol. 1.
NANAIMO B. C, SUNDAY, JULY 7, 1889.
No. 101
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Sloa-lt   Musi   lie
Come Before It is too
Belling on'at Cost.
This is No Humbug.
Examine Prices and Quality and you will be
ARTHUR BULLOCK'S Crescent Store
,;
LISLE THREAD GLOVES    -    -    from 12^o per pair
KID GLOVES (Celebrated Josephine mnke) from 05   o per pair
SPENCER & PERKINS
Education Branch
OK Till! PROVINCIAL SeC'KETARV'l D*"*T.
Victoria, May 7th, 1881).
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the Annual Examination of candidates for certificates of qualification
to teach in the Public Schools ofthe Province will be held as follows, commencing on Monday, July 8th, at 10 a, m. :—
- Legislative Hall.
- -   Public School
OM CABLE LETTER,
ITNEABV   FEKI-IN'O   IN   VIENNA.
Loudon, July 0.—A dispatch from Vienna this evening slab's that a very uneasy feeling prevail-. In the Austrian
capital owing to the more decidedly pro-
Russian attitude of the Servian Ministry
which is undoubtedly due to the recent
suppression of ordinary passports for
Servia, and the suppression of the Keis-
Beva commemoration by the Human-inn
antl Bosnian Government*, lien- llenj-1
Mullooek, Austrian .Minister at Belgrade,
has Informed bis Government that a majority of tlie progressist leaders, tin; only
friends Austria nave in Servia, bave non-
adopted liberal or pro-Russian views;
but he states that this is due more
to their demand to mnlie Bosnia nn
autonomous kingdom under Milan than
to the Relsseva incident. The Russian
view of the
Government
Servin's proposed reduction of the Servian
supplied by the extraordinary indiscretion of tbe German inspector of police.
Wohlgemuth, who was proved to bave
done his best to excite the
SOCIALIST Adl'l'ATION   IN MVll'ZllItl.ANIl,
by way no doubt of providing material
lot- an interesting report to his superiors.
Wohlgemuth was promptly expelled
from Swiss ti'iritory. The German Government, however", anal still more, the
German semi-official press, took the matter up and made great hue and cry.
Princo Bismarck declared that all thin
German** wanted of Switzerland was
power to keep nn eye, by means of secret
agents, on the doings of her enemies ill
tlie Republic. The Swiss Government
Immediately replied thnt as long as the
German secret agent behaved himself
and neither breaks law nor incites to,
breaking it, be would he tolerated, but
nny claim that   such   an   agent  should
hare Immunities nnd privileges whicli
would not he grunted to nny ordinary
foreigner could not be listened to for a I
Tie World in General.
Kilrain Arrivas id New Orleans aud is
Accorded a Eight Kojai Eecep-
tion—Is Certain of Winning-.
POLICE  KIKE  ON   A MOli.
Dulutb, Minn., July tl.—Fourteen hundred street employees on strike became
unruly late this afternoon and attacked
the police with stones and clubs, compelling them to tire. Two strikers were instantly killed. Several were dangerously
wounded. Tlie Mayor has called out the
militia and tbey are now on the sceue of
the riot.
moment.    Bismarck  also   asked   the
illegality of the   Bulgarian  Swiss Government to refuse admission
being   maintained   hy | to any foreigner not provided with papers
from his own Government. This proposl-
Hudson's Bay Co'y,
[>Have Received Ex "Mennook" and "Stowe" Full Supplies
of Liquors and Provisions and Offer the Same
for Sale at Market Prices.
In Victoria   -
In Kamloops
Huilding.
Each applicant must forward a notice,
thirty days before the Examination, stating the class and grade of certificate for
which he will be it candidate, and the
place at which he will attend.
S. D. POPE,
Superintendent of Education.
May 11—lmo
Naas River Oolachan
THIS SEASON'S CATCH IN KITS,
50 lbs. Kegs & Barrels
Delivered to all parts of the City from
GEO. CAVALSKEY,
Bullock's Brisk Block, Victoria Crescent.
May 14—1 mo
Great   Transcontinental   Route
Northern Pacific liaify
Via the Cascade  Divisiun  now completed,
making it the Shortest,  Besi
and   Quickest.
The Dining Car Line. The Direct Route.
No Delays, Fastest Trains, Lowest Rates
to Chicago and all Points East. Tickets
sold to till Prominent points throughout lhe
East and South-East.
standing army lias been abandoned, nnd
instead battalions are being rapidly increased. The policy which before the
Relsseva incident would have upset the
Servian .Ministry, as peasants previously
desired a reduction of ihe regular army
and had the promise of the Regents that
such a policy would be pursued In diplomatic circles in Belgrade. Very little
doubt now prevails that the Military
Convention between Servia nnd  Russia
The
tion demanded was civilly but decidedly
refused. The controversy has not grown
cooler as it has proceeded, and recently
Germany laid complaint before the
Federal Council of habitual abuse, us it
alleges, by Switzerland of right of asylum.
CORONER S   VERDICT  OX  JOHNSTOWN.
Johnstown,   Pa.,   June    ti.—Coroner
Evans and Jury finished their work to-
, night ut nine o'clock, and in an hour reu-
The Coroner's Jurv on the Johnstown   dered the  following verdict:—"We, the
undersigned, in the inquest impanelled
to investigate the cause of death of Ellen
Hite on the day of May 3rd, after hear-
■ ing the testimony, we find Ellen Hite
i came to her death from drowning.   That
| the drowning was caused by the breaking
,  _. .   .       .    ,_ ..   , .    „   ,        ;of the South Fork Dam.    We further
A Kicli Spaniard Sobbed by Mexiczne find from the testimony and what we
saw on the ground that there were not
sufficient waste weirs, nor was the dam
'constructed strong enough, nor was pro-
! per material used to withstand the over-
! flow.and hence we find that the owners of
j the said duin were culpable in not muk-
; ing it as secure as it should have been,
especially in view of the fact that there
wns n population of many thousands in
the  valley   below,  and  hold that the
Coroner's Jury on the Jolmbtown
Victims Returns a Verdict of
Culpable Negligence,
Who First Obtained Hli Confidence—Not Much found.
the
has been ratified here in London
report published on Monday thnt the
German officers in the Chinese service
had resigned, to which tlie information
is atlded to-day that some of them are already en route for home service, is looked
upon ns a more ominous indication than
any of the other recent occurrences.
Lord Rosebery, the hest informed
Statesman on European affairs in the
Liberal party, with the exception of
Gladstone, speaking in reference to a recent article in the London Standard, iu
which tbo writer claimed that Hel'enic
occupntioii8, like Servin's aspirations,
Roumnnia's aspirations and Bulgaria's
nspirations, nre wire counters in cold,
well calculated games of self aggrandizement unceasingly played by the Czar.
He said the article is disappointing to
those who Imagine that the substance
of the Eastern question was nt length
beginning to bo understood. No one
really knows anything of these games,
but even granted they exist the lesson of
the last ten or a dozen years shows tliat
they aro not well calculated at nil. May
be Russia looked to find in Roumanian
Greece, nnd above all, Bulgaria—stepping stones to help|her to Constantinople.
The substance of the Eastern question is ..
thnt these stepping stones have become I more ladies
stumbling blocks.   Neither Roumania or i honored mcml
Cricket.
The mutch advertised to take place yesterday on the ground of tho ti. C. 0., be
SI I.I.IV.'N-KIUI.IIN  moot.
New Orleans, July 6.—When
special train palled up at Pearl River
Station at seven o'clock this morning it
was boarded by a large croud. The party
welcomed Kilrain, Mitchell, Pony Moore
and other members of the party and they
owners nre responsible for the fearful
loss of life and property resulting fron
the breaking of the dam. Witness our
hands anal  seals. July 6th,  1889—John
! loudly cheered when the special train ar- j Cohen, Abraham Fer'ner, H. B. Blair, J
| rived in this city at  ten o'clock.  It was   H.   Devine,   John   A.    Messinger,   R.
raising in torrents, and a carriage was at' W.     Cohick.     The   verdict     was
tween married und single players, wus  once taken forthe Southern Athletic Club I surprise      to     eyery     one     but
unavoidably allowed to fall through pro
tem, owing to the forces being too much
split up by the secession of a number of
members to East Wellington, where
they had arranged to play in a foot-bull
match in connection with the athletic
festival which was being held there.
There was, however, a very fair muster
on the ground by three o'clock p.m. The
members present were thoroughly representative us should always be the'case on
the cricket field where, like the hunting
field, even in England, all social distinctions are levelled for the nonce. It was
a pleasant sight to see tlie Rev. llr.
Good play ing with all the enthusiasm of 20
years—indeed the Reverend gesteman
set an example In general alertness and
activity which many a younger member
of the club would" do "well to inwardly
digest, as it is in loose fielding by which
so many matches are' lost thnt should
hnve been won. There was a very
marked improvement in this particular
feature of yesterday's game; fielders being much more impressed apparently
than in previous games, with tbe truth
that if a "thing is worth doing at all, it is
worth doing well," or at least worth
putting in "ull they know." Tliere were
the ground than have
by their presence pre-
Greece or Servia, least of all, Bul-1 viously, indeed the committee would" do
garia, hns nny idea of becoming n Russian I well to provide more seats at once, as
province. In even- one of them bents a j those nt present in use were fully ocou-
strong national spirit, and in helping I pied by fashioaably dressed occupants,
to make tbem Russia has helped to barber j Mr. H, Cooper and Mr. Oruicksliank
own road. Southward, from the point of; captained tho tennis respectively. For
view of those Russian*! trim want Con-1 the side of the former Sowdan and Cot-
stnntinople,   it   would   have   been    far | ton scored 8    each.    For  Mr. Oru'.ck-
M H
Nanaimo taw
Haslem Ss Lees,
MAXlTAlTlltDltS ill' AM, KINDS OF
Hough and Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Laths and Pickets,
Doors, Windows and Blinds,
kinds of Wood Finishing*:
Moulding, Turning, Scroll Suwing, and
*f**-p\-.ll orders Bent to their address
prompt attention. Ap 28
it   Nanainio, B.C., will have the most
HASLEM ai LEES.
Reservations can he secured in Advano
To iiasl-Bomiii Passengers,
nre fill
and  do not make a mistake*,
he sure to t:ike lhe
Northern Pacific   Eailway,
And see that your ticket reads via THIS
LIKE, St. Paul or Minneapolis, to avoid
changes .ind serious delays occasioned hy
otlier routes,
Through     Emigrant
regular
Sleeping     Cars
FOR   S A
MILLION
L E
BRICKS.
IIY THE
TWO
PIONEER
COUGHLAN ifl MASON   Propr etors, Victoria, B. C.
P. O.   Box, no.
STEAM   BRICK   YARD.!
Run on regular express trains lull length of
the line. Ilerths free. Lowest Kates.
Quickest Time.
W. B. DENNISON,
Freight and Passenger Agent,
Nanaimo, U. C,
A. 1). CHARLTON,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.
121 First   St., cor. Washington,
Portland, Or.
Photographs! Photographs!!
The undersigned is prepared to take
first-class Cabinet Photos for *3.00 per
dozen. Views ot residences nnd all kinds
of viewing at reduced prices. And to
keep money from going to other cities
will take pnyment in trade from any
business man in the citv.
JOHN SAMPSON.
Photo Artist.
WANTED.
A. R. JOHNSTON & Co.
BASTION STREET & GORDON'S WHARF,
IsrAXTAXTSiXO.
A  FULL   LINE  OP1
Finest   Groceries   and   Fresh   Provisinos
KEPT    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
AGENT KOR. THF. IUS T GOAST STRAW-SHIP CO MPANY
XO.
better if Roumania, Servia niul   Bulgaria
hail never obtained their Independence,
anal it the Turks still   held  unquestioned
sway at Sofia, Belgrade and Bucharest.
The"fundamental truth would have been
TtiROUall Pullman  Drawing-room      even dearer than  it is If   Austria   had
SLEEPING Cars. played her game with the most ordinary
sense nnd fairness.    If she had made it
her business to encourage nnd develop
I that Bpirit of independence   she   could
I laugh  at EttSSia.   The Standard writer
says that "In dealing  with  tho  Servian
but   policy of Austria, it has so far been  one
of amazing forbearance."  The amazing
forbenrun.ie hns consisted in stealing the
Servian lands of Bosnia and Herzegovina,
nntl  so interposing  a  wedge between
Servia and Montenegro, egging on Servia
against Bulgaria and imposing on  them
an iniquitious commercial treaty whieh
has enabled her to exploit Servia to the
top of her bent.   If the object wus to
liniVE  THE  SERVIANS
into tho arms of Russia her policy could
not have been better plnnnod. In the
same way she hns alienated Hoiimunia
by insisting on a disproportionate
nnd unfair influence in the management, of the navigation of tho
Danube ami also by her treatment
oi th.? Roumanians of Transylvania.
These mistakes hnve, no doubt, complicated the question. The Balkan States
have to defend their independence not
merely against one power, hut against
two, and they naturally play one against
the other, but all these'States dread Rtis-
sia, and to suppose that Romanians, Bulgarians and Servians want to become
Russians is mere miilsumiuei' nmalness,
nnd is opposed to all known facta ns it is
contrary to human nature. Austria cau
mnke friends of the Servians ut once by
restoring to tbem what she has taken
wrongfully. If obliged lo take a side in
a great war. which, (the Standard' pro-
I fesses to think certain, Servin will side
j wiih Riissin.   Thnt, however, will be
AUSIfllA'S OWN FAULT,
and no condemnation can be too strong
for the preposterous attempt which the
Standard makes to drag England into the
dispute. "If." says the Stavdord, "the
conspiracy against Austria, which Russia
flagrantly abets, should become so aggressive as to become Intolerable to that
power, its allies cannot well abstain irom
embracing its cause. They have ull
great renson to do so, seeing that in certain circumstances England could not,
nnd would not, shirk her legitimate share
in defending European treaties and European civilization. That is the dial
lenge which English liberals will be very
willing to take up. It is not supposed
that in this matter the Standard represents any serious body of English opinion, even among Tories. But if it should
by any chance prove to represent tho
views of Lord Salisbury, nil that can be
Baid is that a more
INIQUITOUS  FOLLY
was never yet dignified with the namo ot
policy.
Every lover of freedom has rejoiced
over the resolute stand which Switzerland hns made against the overweening
Eretonces of Bismarck. If Germany hail
eon bent on alienating Swiss sympathy
and exciting against herself independent
European opinion, she would uot have
acted otherwise than she has done. The
Swiss were seriously disturbed by fear of
spies in March, 1888. However, that
storm has blown over, and the Swiss relumed to their normal wny ot thinking
about Germany, whieh, at nil events, as
far ns what is" usually called (term fen-
Switzerlund is concerned, aro friendly and
sympathetic enough. Switzerland, however, was none the less determined to get
it
quarters.   Kilrain will be their guest dur-   appears   to  give general satisfaction to
ing liis stay iu the city. The Baltimorean  the residenis of this place. The jury held
six  sessions  and  carefully examined a
dozen witnesses.
♦ * s.
WHAT   THEY   WEAR.
shank's side tbe two main features of the
game were the determined stiind made
by Mr. A. Bullock, who exhibited more
real cricketing "form" with the bat than
has been as yet shown by anv oilier "leuts a
member, and the bowling of N. Ilodg-' followed by a gapiu
son who has an easy delivery with a me- h'm.M an.: isi
ilium puce and a slight break trom the
off. As usual Sykes Thompson was "on
the spot" nt the wickets, niul for that
matter with the bat also, as he scored 12
in good style. Hovelncque also batted
very well for a score of 11. Witb persistent practice there can be no question
but. that a really good eleven could lie
easily got together which would make a
creditable shewing, in time on anv ground
in the Province.
A line spring of clear, cool water is
quite easy of access; all lhat visitors
and players require in order to enjoy a
draught*of that "which not inebriates"
being a cup of some kind.
Appended is the score;
H. COOPER'S ki.kat.n-.
.Ino. Ciahtirl.y Lj Hodgson
face looked round and chubby, Mitchell
who is fat, appeared to feel the beat
greatly. An immense crowd assemble*!
in front of the spacious Club House and
Gymnasium and they gave them a royal
send off, The party was escorted to the
Club House where after being introduced
to tlie President oi the Club, and the associates. .1. J. Millan presented Kilrain
with
M'UNIFJCIiNT KLOUAL EMBLEM
in tbe shape ot a crescent and horses. He
combined, as Mullan remarked, "The
former the emblem of our citv, and the
latter the sign of good luck!" Kilrain
made a neat speech i.i reply, the gist of
it being "I have always heard of the people of New Orleans as being lovers of fair
plav. That is al) 1 want in this light,
ami the best man wins." Kilrain says he
is not at all alarmed over the reports of
Sullivan's wonderful condition. He has
confidence in himself and will give tbe
big fellow
Till; hest shot
be hns ill bis looker. Mitchell is sanguine, and his father-in-law, Pony
Moore, says: "To bet on Kilrain is like
finding money." Ho was told that he
could get (15 to ifTO as ninny times as he
as be wanted and that New Orleans was
red-hot for Sullivan. At mid-day Kilrain
was stripped, took a bath, was rubbed
down and escorted to dinner. The regular train arrived half an hour behind
ihe special.   On board ot it were Domin-
\'i\\ McOafferty, Billy Madden and others. I     Poppy red, ecru, old rose, resedaanal gobllu
kilrain   visited   the   St.  Charles   Hotel | blue aro popular colors for tho foundation of
shortly after 2 o olock this afternoon and ! dressy black lace toilets,
went up to Frank Stevenson's room.   Hti     „,        K ,-,,., ^   .
came down with Frank in a few mo-     Ptow"p boanet*•»w^ tol*****^
nieuta and walked up St. Charles street I
; throng,   Thc heat is
i'lnk fa the favored color for evening we-M.
Black jet frith colon appears In both oo**
umes and millinery
Showy tennis gowns are of white serge,
braided with gilt or silver.
Dainty tea gowns are made of Henrietta
m light fihades, witb surab fronts.
A dainty matinee was of esprit net, with
perpendicular tucks inclosing ribbon.
White cloth jackets, braided with metallic
cords, are in high favor for dressy wear.
The open mesb point d'esprit net Is more
fashionable just now for a bride's vail than
illusion.
Gilt, silver, steel, white or red braids are
used to trim boating dresses, usually in graduated widtha
in many of tha latest imported costumes
there is a tendency to combine several shades
of ono color
A. single spray of flowers is seen upon some
of tho newest loco parasols, as if blown there
by tho wind.
A novel color combination is reseda with
terra cotta, und both these colors are combined with black
Gold, silver and other fancy embroideries
are used to trim summer costumes of pongee
and casbmerette.
J. C. Dixon c* Pleace \> Crtighti...
watson st Thompson l> Creighton..
H. Cooper b Hodfi-on  .
Sowdan c Floldins b Thompson,.....
li. B.Paul bCruickshanlc	
Rev, J. U. Goc-i ti Hodgson	
J. Good b Hod-gten	
v* Good cThompson t* Creighton...,
J. Cotton b Hodgson	
Bryant c Crulckihink b Hodgson
W. Calverle
Byes
VVldes
Tot.il.
u.  CKUICKSHANK'S ELEVEN.
j Fslld.ng c Cooper h Hodgson.	
| A, Bullock c l)ixoii b Cotton. ii
H. S. Thompson b Cotton r
Hovelaque b Cooper i
T. lone-; I b «-*, b Cotton	
I. H. Pleace b Calverley	
N. Hodgson I-Calverley	
Kii. I't'.cgcr b Cooper.	
J, Harvey, absent	
CrutckshaDk not out	
M. Good b Calverley       ......'... <
Creighton absent,
a waitress al ■
Hotel.
Apply Delmonlco
if
QUEEN
Chop and Oyster House,
Long Bitdge,
OYSTERS   IN
Nnnaimo,  11. C.
EVERY    STYLE
Raw, Fry, Fancy Roust,
Plain Roust, Oyster Loaf,
New York Stew, llox Stew,  l'nn Roast.
FISH : GAME : AND : CHICKEN
ALL   KINDS OF   ROASTS.
IC£!   :   CREAM
*t**7*0pen tlay anal night. Meals 25 cents
antl upwards. Board and Lodging by the
day, week or month.
W. H. PHILPOTT, Prop.
        -y-13 -»f
Cosmopolitan Market,
Wiitf",
Hies....
No Mia
ll'ol.l.
unl liis conduct in
walking aboul the streets after a long
railroad journey is In strange opposition
to Sullivan's careful training here. The
town is wild with excitement. Dominic**
Mel 'atTerty and his throng are here.
UK 001' " MARKS."
Berlin, July 6. — Herr Laubs, the
cashier of the Provincial Treasury at St.
Ettin In Prussia, lias aDSConded with
•lai.OOi) marks, It is believed he lias gone
to America.
1 . 8. I'NllKltsniKS' BOATIUCE.
l'hiladepliia, July 6.—Connell defeated
the University of Pennsylvania to-day
in the race for Child's cup* by a quarter
of a length. Distance one-and-a-half
miles.   Time ti mins. 41) sees.
•.t\(
first slowly antl is shown by a slight   tickling
sa-nsation in the throat anal if allowed to continue their  ravages they extend tai thc lungs
producing  Consumption   anal to   the  lle.iai,
causing Catarrh.    Now all is dangerous, and
if   allowed   to proceed   will in  lime  cause
ilcath.      At   the unset   you lv.ust  act   wilh
promptness;  allowing a cold lo gai without
attention is  dangerous antl   may   los.
Hie.    As soon as you feel that   :. n.e . .. .
wrong with your Throat, 1 uii^s ...   iV.nl:
obtain  a bottle of Iloschee s Gerniur
It will give you immediate relief.
COS1INQ Tai TIMJJ,
Pittsburg, I'a., July 0.—The signatures
to the Amalgamated Association wage
scale to-day were Lindsay, McCutcheon
& Co., Anniston, Alaska; and the Scott
Dale. Pennsylvania i Iron and Steel
Works of Q. Hammond & Sons. Oliver
Bros., an.l Phillips paid their men to-
alay, hut asked them to report for work
in two weeks. Tlie signatures of oilier
firms are expected within a few days.
RAISER AND CZAll.
Berlin, July 6.—The  Prussian Episcopal Congress meet at  Fulda, August 6th.
Most of the Diplomats in  Berlin  have
abandoned all hope ot tbe visit of the
Czar either to Berlin or to Kiel, and then-
is at present no liklihood of a meeting
between the CEar ami Emperor of Germany.   The Czar, it seams, doesn't want i
tn ionic to Berlin, but would go to Kiel, i
while William wont go t.. Kid, ami in-'
siststhat be will oul v receive his Imperial!
Majesty at his own Capital, so there's
the hitch.
ABUSE  l'l    (■ONl.'.'liJlNCL'.
Los Angeles, Juno 1!.—Tin' police mado
j know to-dav the details ot the robb rv of
i. , Don Santiago Oarrillo. an old wealthy
irouli tire viiii- ' Spaniard last Wednesday niglit.    Upon
Delusively that the advice of a young Mexican In whom
s of the Throat | Can-illo placed a great deal of confidence, I
It is probable | be withdrew 11 largo amount of money de-
receives \ posited in the Farmera and Merchants
sink,   Tbe young Mexican telling him
the old
lifferent
i v. - Ii
The modes of death's
ous, and statistics shoaa
more persons die from disc
and Lungs than any otlier
that everyone, withaiut except!
vast  numbers of Tubercle Germs into  the !
system and where these germs fall upon suit- j that the bank was about to
ble soil tbey start into life and  develop, at ( man   secreted   the  money
worn at 6utauicr   evening   entertaiumenU
where a bonnet Is necessary-
Foot trimmings on skit-Li are surely being
revived, and occasionally it single flounce of
considerable depth is seen.
"Poppy" bonnets are composed entirely of
red, black or gray poppc-s, ai-jtb velvet petals
nnd 11 few perky looking buds.
Although most ladies prefer ivool dresses
for traveling, silk and aa uol combinations are
used for such toilets this seasoss
The bonnets of silver braid are supposed to
be worn out of compliment to She Princess of
IV ales in this, the season of her silver wedding.
A pretty feature of a cream tinted surah
uii gown was a bag front, with a box plait
in tho center which axes daintily feather
-litcboaL
I ti Mioiis from four to eight inches wide are
■ a used upon hats and bounets, and some
if the arrangements are astonishing, to say
lie least
I'retty frocks for little girls are made of
:1111b or other soft silks, and decorated with
lucking and Torchon   lac* of "tho finest
imility
.Many entire bonnets are composed of 11
ele large bow of ribbon, with a full front
inhered velvet, lace or lisse, and a garni.
a., if flowers.
< lie wrap for yachting ts tbe naval cape, a
'i'i of half jacket, with loose, falling sleeves,
al ono can slide into and out of without
unge to flamboyant drapery.
I'Ue newest of tbe vests is of shirred tucks,
1 ide by taking a length and a half of stuff,
I niter tucking with strong threads draw
: them up to the proper shortness.
I ly cloth, made ap mummy fashion,
II bands of red or yellow and loopings anil
nigs that more than suggest cerements,
'ie iiitcst effort of a during London dress
1 -.IT
III Indian pony sent from Texas to Mil
• -i'lirg, Ky., escaped from his new owner.
1 three weeks later. If we may believe the
it. was back at his old range.
nils, fully pleated, puffed or flounced over
1. is the favorite gown for a youthful
■■ lo, and silver aud pearl passementerie are
-. ;i'n for such wear in place of gold.
RELIGIOUS   GLEANINGS.
uniraeicim Sireel, Nanaimo, li. 1:.
OTJXQXtTNXQXjtTLa.
A    CHOICE   ASSORTMENT
o"ffn-»Jpnn*ST
MEATS    AND   VEGETABLES
IN THE MARKUT.
1'reo Dollvsorv to ill Parts of the Olt»,
Ah!   There, What   ll That?
One of the   Vancouver photograph's
company has broken away from his religious training. Photographs at .*'! per
dozen at Mr. Sampson's. Well, well I
see. Very cheap Indeed, but 1 can tell
you 11 photographer can live at that
price, however 1 will follow libit. 1 will
nave my share cr hurst in the attempt,
If you want good work call at my gallery
nnd see, for I am tlie only practical Photographer in this city. W. P. Couglilan.
opposite Windsor Hotel, Nanaimo.
nts Of his house. The same night the
house was entered by thieves, but they
succeeded in finding only who of th'e
money.   They left no clue whatever.
'•ilWAKnl.Y  TORIES.
London, July 6.—Salisbury's withdrawal of the Lund Transfer bill is due to
bis tear thnt it would be defeated on its
final passage. This is In line with tlie
policy which tlie Tories have been pur
suing all
Syrup j elaborate
! tbem through their initial stages in Parliament for enough to he able to form an
estimate an to the opposition tbey are
likely tin develop, anal then at the' first
sign of danger, they ignoiiiinously run
away, abandoning their convictions, but
holding on to tlie offices.'
BTRTRB.
London, July 0, -Thecarpenters, painters and smitliB,  bavo joined in general
strike attributed to agitation of Socialists.
ltl'SSIA   AND   FHAXCi:  COQI'ET.
Berlin, July 8.—It is asserted here tbnt
the Russian and French War Ministers
and General Mirabel are holding daily
conferences at Vlchi, The same journal
ilso asserts that tbe Czar has protested
lhe Kings slaughters now nuinoer 00,000
■1 he United States.   The society is to have
I monthly paper.
The rector of Folkestone asks for such an
II Iteration In the Prayer Book as will make
tlie saying of the Atlianasian creed optional,
lie protests against its "monstrous dogmas
a-.f tho dark ages."
in establishing an order ot deaconessesjthe
. Methodist Episcopal church In the United
this session They present \ states is not leading, but following. InGer-
sclieiii. a.f legislation, gush many, and among the 'Vesleyans of Eng-
1 laud, women have for several years labored
j with success. Mrs. C. M. Mead contributes
! to tbo June Andover Review- an account of
I "European Deaconesses."
Tho general synod of the Reformed church
I tn America, in session at Catskill, ti. Y.,
elected the Rev. Mancius E. Hutton, of New
Brunswick, K. J., as president The Introduction of a resolution calling for the appointment of a committee to amend and odd
to tho liturgy of the church caused a lively
debate and the ultimate passage of the resolution.
Have  you called ul the  Box  (T.  I„.
Brown & Co.)?   If not it'will be worth | against   the   Roumanian    Government
rid of this dangerous vermin if it had the i your while to do so for gentlemen's nnd pushing tlie fortification works which it
opportunity, and the  opportunity was   bovs' goods. : has undertaken,
BASEBALL   VALK.
Dunlap has played seveutoen consecutive
i:ames this eeason without on error.
Hurry Wright will push the movement for
a double umpire system next s THE  NANAIMO   COURIER,   SUNDAY,   JULY   7,   1889.
THE :-: NANAIMO
COURIER
THE
PROPOSED     I RISE -AM El!
[CAN REPUBLIC.
AN   INDEPENDENT      NEWSPAPER
SUNDAY. Jl'I.Y
from a somewhat lengthy telegram
which we received yesterday, we learn
that u scheme is on foot promota'il by
Irish-Americans resident in Chicago, io
create au "Irish-American Republic lo
advance the interests of Ireland and tbe
Irish race." Tbe promoters of tlie
scheme — these prominent   frish-Amer-
Mr. James O'Xeil is authorized on be-;
half of the Nanainio Coubieb to canvass]
for subscriptions, advertising, receive;
payments and give receipts for the same |
in tlie city of Victoria.
 .- «a> -  leans—propose  to  organize  an   army.
Mr. John Cnrrie Is authorized on be-1 build and equip a navy, develope tbe re-
half of the Nanaimo Courier to canvass sources of the country, which they may
for subscriptions, receive payments and ultimately decide to buy. and establish a
give receipts lor the same in Wellington' Republic. All ibis sounds very pretty,
m^^~^^~^^mm^mm*m^~~^^^m*^t^^ l.nt we du noi imagine for n moment tbat
F.NOU8H  CAN,' ANU   THE   CAT. many t«,rs woulf, W shod  by real too
\fitle Americans, if Chicago, or for that
Once more wo notice the London press *„.,,,„        „„„,,.        , ,.i|v ll|.|d|(>,] om
of lust year; and this amount, il is stated,
does not include the licences granted by
Newfoundland. Tbe licences enable ibe
, vessels for which they arc issued to
j enter Canoiliun ports fir purposes other
than the four actually specified in the
treaty of 1818, but they do not curry the g    , '     '
right rn' fishing within the three-mile ofr-nda      : \\,
''mii- nesday,   loth of
agitating tbe question as to ihe advisability or otherwise of arming the PoliceI
who are on night duty,(al least in certain lu
quarters of the great cities   witli lhe
every Irish-American, she or thoy might
'happen    to    contain.      Wo    imagine
project     lm-     been     hatched,
'lowingto    iln-    severe   animadversions
revolver.    '*. e are well aware tbat a large I ,„.„,,, „,„„, ,.„,„. ,,,,,,_ ,,;,,,„ ,„. (],e
number ol highly   respectable  persons better    clas
think that such a measure would bave I
the edict of causing needless  bloodshed
All ibis is very well fm-the worthy gentlemen who meet in Exeter Hull to discuss their philanthropic schemes for the
welfare and advancement of their kind,
both black ami while. Vel we must remember on thc other band, that tliere
has been a distinct advance nf late, in the
art of burglary; an advance which no
lover of Progress can have failed to mark
as one which, though il confessedly enhances ibe annoyance Inflicted on society
by  the   predatory das
American journals
I in connection with the Cronin Murder,
and the consequent opprobrium brought
on Ibo great Irish secret political order
known as Ihe Clan-na-Gacl—which beyond all manner of doubt is an organization engaged iu waging war against lhc
English Government, witb which America Is ui peace, Which Is also without
tloubi a secret criminal conspiracy mi the
part of alien and naturalized citizens to
embroil the United States inn difficulty
with the Hriiish Empire, "It lias onlist-
eil soldiers; armed, organized, and dis
harmony with the spirit of lhe age. Th
-well cracksman of 1889 ranks only one
degree lower in tbe hierarchy of social
revolt than did the gentleman of the road
about the time that poor Gay wrote bis
Beggars' Opera. And indeed, if we only
reflect how. in   Ibe accounts  ive  read—
not, fortunately, in papers published in
British Columbia—tbat ladders are lightly raised, as if by fairy bands, al dressing-
room windows; nnd of the unerring
knowledge nf what is within my lady's
sanctum; the dexterity with which the
vanishing burglar disappears—we say if we
look al burglary in these lights it i'« very
respectable; il does shew in a remarkable
way tbe progress of society; it does elevate Die first-class burglar into a position
of intellectual esteem which was entirely
denied to the members of hi" calling up
to u very recent period. In spile of all
this we contend thai "Hill Syki>." who
carries a pislol, with Intent—and that we
must suppose liim always to mean—to
redress tlie balance ni misadventure by
shooting anybody who attempts to seize
him, alters the case entirely. We must
find some means of suppressing him—
seeing that the burglarious "Williams' "
of to-day almost Invariably do carry
pistols. We bave long wondered Unit
at least the London authorities did not
give the police-constable a pistol ton, tor
be it observed, the armeal burglar seems
to prepare bis weapon, not so much for
combative householders, and for the purpose of securing the "swag" in peace
and quietness, as with a settled determination not to submit ton tyrannical police. Occasionally we grant there is rnur-
der on the premises, but the cases are
comparatively few ami are always free
from animus. Not so as regards poor
"Bobby," wbo bo plucklly opposes lists
and truncheon to revolvers and knives.
I'pon him the shooting is frequent and
free, and tbe animus is palpably ferocious. Hence the suggestion 10 arm the
night-prowling constable with pistol as
well as baton and whistle, which though
splendid things in their own way no
doubt, are yet perhaps not quite all tbat
could be desired with which to oppose a
six-chambered revolver. Besides, ibe
growth of this practice must lend lo
somewhat harass [the police in the execution of their duty, for it has sent so
many ot late either lo the hospital or Ibe
grave. In spile of lhese arguments in
favour of giving tbe London constable an
even chance with his foe, lhc great wass
of worthy ll goody-goodies," who go to
sleep peacefully in tbeir feather-beds at
ball-past ten o'clock each evening, object
to the proposed measure on grounds us
stilted above, anil trom which as we have
already said we distinctly differ. The
only possible alternative perhaps is The
Cat. When this simple little punishment was proposed in "the bonis" the
otlier day,a hideous outcry ensued, i'log-
ging was declared intolerable on account
Of its barbarism and brutalizing character. Not only does it "endanger self-
respect" in tlie brute who carries murder
into his profession of robbery, hut. for
sooth I it must nol be applied lo
such wretches as immerse fl 'Iving
boy in u tub of cold water tor
nearly an hour "to tret bis flying done;*'
break a girl's arm with a broomstick,
then send her to scrub a floor with her
breken arm folded to ber breast, and
whip her fnr being so long about il; not
to mention scores of similiar atrocities
recorded in the annals of crime, though
heaven be praised ! not m the criminal
annals of this country. It is sitle by sitle
with the very  highest civilisation  that
is m perfect cipUnedtliem within the boundaries ofthe
States in invade the Dominion of Canada
for tbe purpose of waging war, A more
wicked and scandalous incident was never
perpetrated ihan that of the Fenian invasion of the friendly province ofa friendly
state by adopted Irish-American citizens,
for tlie sole and only purpose of avenging Irish wrongs against tho English
Government. Clan-na-Gael, or the
"United Brotherhood," us ii is now
called, is a part ot a secret conspiracy
whicli has been organized In Ireland for
the purpose of securing the independent
nationality of Ireland, and for the eatab-
lisluiicnt of an independent parliament.
While Americans have no right to take
sides upon any political questions agitating tlie people of Croat Britain, yet they
bave tbe right to denounce as criminal
other Americans who, taking advantage
of their naturalization papers, endeavor
to embroil the Government of the United
States in u war with a friendly power.
The Clan-na-Gael society Is composed exclusively of Irishmen who have become
naturalized ny citizens of ibe republic,
ami if the order is a war-order, held to-
gether by grips, pass-words, and secret
oaths, for the purpose of unlawful aggression upon citizens of another country
wilb whom Americans are at peace, it
ought in be declared "unAinerican,"
and it ought to be suppressed us an illegal
organization, and every member of it
should be punished for participating in
its deliberations. There was no class of
American citizens more indignant than
were the I fish-Americans, when German
socialists undertook, by the use of dynamite bombs, lo subvert the law and commit murder in the streets of Chicago.
Seventy-live per cont, of the Chicago
police are Irish, and a majority uf tbem
are accused by a Methodisl clergyman of
being members of the Clan-na-
Gael," HV only hopo in connection with ihis scheme "f forming
an Irish-American Republic in Lower
California tbnt lute may never treat ns so
unkindly us to cause our steps to wander
thitherwards, feeling so well assured as
we tlo. that supposing this chimera of the
Clan-na-Gael brain should by any possibility ever be realised, that ill twelve
months   all   lhal   would   be  lefl  of  Ibe
Irish-Anrerican Company ami their new
Republic would be about as largo
a fragment as remained after the famous battlo between the Killenny Cats.
0 AMBLING.
It appears that one of the Individuals
arrested by the   London  Police in   their
recent raid on tlie "Field" Club has since
become a bankrupt.   The following brief
details of this gentleman gambler's career, will servo at least 10 show bow this
accursed vice of gaming permeates all i
classes alike.    II also serves lo show bow I
wisely   the   London  authorities are acting in taking so decided a stand as to Ibis
endeavour to treat the fashionable West!
End gambling bell  with the self same'
treatment they would accord to a tenth-
rate  betting shop,   where  errand-boys
could "put on" tlieir shillings. Wo would
willingly give a verbatim account ot the
public examination of Mr. W. Aitrncit
Powell were we able to tin so, if for no I
other purpose than to  show  bow  easily
"a fool and bis money is parted."    As it |
is, however, we must content ourselves
with the barest summary,     li  appears
that tbe bankrupt, formerly a Lieulen-
ant In the nth Hussars, succeeded toa
large sum of money through his father,
tbe late Mr. Powki.l, of Newport, Monmouthshire.     Between March, 188.",, and
such deeals are done.    From Belgravifl to I April last he spent no less than £107,0(10.
Whitechapel   is by   no   means a    long I The bankrupt  admitted  extensive gain-
journey.   We ask  our readers can  any  bling transactions at the Field Club.   In
punishment be so meet tor such cruelties,  one evening he lost, £18,000 al curds.   On
as a prompt and stinging application  of  another night he won  £16,000.    He bor- i
the  whip—especially as  the curs  who rowed large sums from Mr. Seaton at the i
Tin: Legislature of Oregon hns just
\ passed a very drastic Act to prevent the
encouragement of seamen to deserl from
their vessels, ami also to render criminal
j the practice of extorting blood-money tor
seamen shipped on board vessels in tho
ports of tlie siatc The lirst section imposes tine or imprisonment, or both, for
I the offence of enticing a seaman to de
Inert, or to leave his ship oven temporarily without the consent of the captain;
und ihe Seconal makes punishable,hi like
inaiiner, tho harbouring or secreting of a
deserting sailor. Tho third section provides thai any ono demanding or receiving, directly or indirectly, trom a Boamnii
I or apprentice nny remuneration fm- providing bim wilh employment on board n
sea-going vessel shall be liable to iuipriB-
oninent not exceeding 1(111 days, or a line
of not more than $200. Section -t imposes
the same punishment for receiving any
money otlier than a sum of iflo for each
man from au owner or shipmaster for
shipping Bcnmen, nn.l. under similar
penalties. ull persons nni acting
iii un official capacity nro prohibited from bonrding vessels nol carrying passengers without the leave of the
captain. Section ii orders that no officer
or seaman of a sea-going vessel shall be
arrested or imprisoned for debt, and im- '■
prisoned for debt, and imposes heavy
penalties on those executing a process of
arrest for debt upon these persons,
Finally, the authorities of Portland und
Astoria ure ordered to appoint officers In ,
see that the provisions of this Acl arc'
carried out. It is imped by this means to
put an end, as far as Oregon is concerned,
to the shocking abuses which prevail!
along the Pacific Coast of tlie I'nited
Slates in regard to the shipping of sea-j
men. Desertions even from men-of-war I
are so frequent in nil these ports that officers hesitate to visit tbem, except in case
of necessity. livery facility for desertion
is afforded by agencies on shore, the deserters being subsequently forced, often
by foul means, in ship on another vessel.
The agents thus receive fees from the deserters, froin the masters of lhe vessels
taking them, and from the masters of (lie
received by
Honorable chief Commissioner i
rks, up to noon of Wed-
July next, trom persons :
experienced in well drilling who may be
desirous nf undertaking contracts from
tbo Government for sinking one or more
experimental Artesian Wells in Vale
District, IL C, witb a view to determining their value fur purposes of irrigation.
Proposals must stale clearly all conditions and terms, state the kind of apparatus proposed to be used, and give tbe
name of two responsible resident! of tlie
Province who arc willing lo enter into a
bond to secure Ibe faithful carrying oul j
of any contract which may ho entered
into.
Such information ns may be in possession of tbo Landsond Works Department
will be furnished on application to parties !
proposing to contract.
W. S. CORK,
Surveyor-General.
Luul.. av Works Department,
Victoriu, P.. c, mil, fune, iksii.
Estmiinalt &NanaiDio U'ylE. V. BODWELLj
Dominion Dav Real Estate Broker
1/ a...,   .' ,    ...	
JULY 1st, 1889
-AND-
I-'
OF IDL1
CHEAP  X%\ATX*1&
On tbe above Hates Return Tickets will
lu- sold lor a Singlai Fare between  all
points on the Koad, good to return For'
Five Days, including day of issue.
In addition to the Regular Train Service,
Special Trains will run ns follow", calling
nt all way Stations:
«j       \      W\)       \        *\       %      \
I
Le-ue Wellington
Arrive  Nanaimo.
Cbemafimi
Someoof..
Duncans..
KokttUh,.
McPnenoi
'8
COBBLE
iin.i.
Shawnigan
Lake,
Golditream
Esquimau
Victoria...
Leaves Victoria..,
Arrive-*! Russell'--..
Esquimalt.
i -oldstream
Shawnigan
Luke.
COBBLE
llll.l.
McPherson
g
"        Koksilali..
Duncan's,.
Somenos,.
Chemainus
Nanaimo..
Wellington
..5:5a,
••7:0-1
..-I,'
...7U9
...;:io
•7:4,
•715.
..81,9
••9"1
...y.M
...9:26
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...61,,
...6:39
•713.
■■71.4
.7:59
. ,8loy
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..Bis,
••■9m
■9:59
And General Agent, Conveyani
Notary Public, Etc.
City Property, Suburban Property and
Farm Lands for sale on best terms.
Correspondence Solicited.
CORNER CORDOVA .4 CAMBII* ST8.
 VANCOUVER, B. C.
A. W.  JONES,
Real Estate and Insurance Agent
GOVERNMENT     STREET,
.Viotoria, *B.  o.
WANTED.
, A house iu the middle wanl witb live
: rooms, in good locality. Address "Af. M."
I Couhiijb Office.	
MARYMONT BROS..
IIKAl.KRS    IN
New and Second-Hand
GOODS.
-THE
NANAIMO COURIER!
Published every morning except
MONDAY
 A.T	
lanaimo.B.C.
This paper is a live exiionont of the
interest of
HENRY    J     CRESSWELL,
ARCHITECT,
AND REAL ESTATE AGENT
0 BASTION SQUARE, VICTORIA, B, O,
J.
All Kinds of Goods Bought,
Sold and Exchanged.
VICTORIA CRESCENT,
Opposite Provincial Hotel.
Anil is liiiii.'iiybly
INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS
It c.milium all the I. -t.-.-it
L.
Tenders are invited for lease, good
will nntl fixtures of Russell, McDonald at
Company's store in (bis city, also for
balance of slock as a whole or in separate
lots.
CAWTHORNE,
OF THK
Lansdowne  Brewery
has engaged a man 10111 San Francisco
and is now with his new outlit ready to
to serve the public with the verv best
Beer, Ale and Porter.
Telegraphic
fi
m
AND
Contractor and Builder.
vessels from whicli they
to replace by other men.
bave deserted
Terms ,-a
DO days.
'b or approved endorsed notes
I   I
I   I
<o*|-**:u, iai,
u
si
Ice Cold Milk Shake ai Pimbury's.
NANAIMO  TELEPHONE COMPANY,
1—J ll l'leai'c, Hardware Store.
2— IS Quennell, Butcher,
.'!—K  Pimbury.  .v.   Co., Druggists and
Chemists.
4—old Flag Inn, J K Jenkins,
■*>—Nnnaimo Hospital.
ii—Provincial Government oilier.
7—Johnston at Co's Wharf.
8—Shamrock l.iverv Stables,
0—Railroad or Telegraph Office.
10—Bank of Hriiish Columbia.
II—New Vancouver Coul Co.
12—Dr, E A Prneger's Office.
1:1—.las Harvey's Store.
14—Commercial Hotel, Rnbislnn A  Wii
cox.
15—Hirsl Brothers' Store,
lli—Johnston iv. Co's Store.
17—Free Press Printing Office,
18—1. X. I., l.iverv Stables.
10—Haslom & Lees' Saw Mill.
20—J Mitchcl, Soda Water Work-B.
21—Tom Bell, Fruit Store.
22—City Clerk's Office.
2.-1—.1 li Hilbert. Cigar Store.
24—Mrs, Qauthier,
20—Dunsmuir av. Son's Office, Departure
Bav.
27—•) Hoskin's store.
28—Dr, Wall-em's Residence, Easl  Wellington.
20—Easl  Wellington Coal   Co's Office,
East Wellington.
80—John Hilbert, Furniture Dealer.
Ill— ContiKit Olliee.
82—Walter Wilson's Slore.
:l;i—A Mayer tv. Co,
:'.-!—M Manson's Residence.
.'!.*i—N 1" P Society's Store.
.'Ki—Dr. I.. T. Davis' Residence,
:17—J Decker, Occidental Hotel.
IW—('rain's Blacksmith Shop.
39- B McMillan's Residence.
40—East Wellington Wharf.
41—lt Hoyland's Residence.
4'J—E Quennell'*j Slaughter House.
48—The Delmonico Hotel.
44—T Wall, Wellington Hotel.
46—Central Hotel."
4u—,1 Mahrer's Brewery,
47—.1 Mahrer's new Residence.
Tenders to be addressed until July
10th, 1880, to Russell. McDonnld iv. Co.,
P. 11. Box, 572 Vim.riii. ll. C.
Stock ami stock shoots can I
the premises,
ie seen on
Jvlt-Gt
c i s 1 I k h
John : Pulwitt
1.1*. 1. a n n   11 o r s 15
PROUT     Se     INSLEY,    Propria
Strictly M't.t-t.'lii
Convenlenl
.   Accommodtulo
I'litlaaiay .Sltalii.ii
ship   Dock.
I foi
Successor to Emil Derdinger.
Practical   Horseshoer
AND
GENERAL BLACKSMITH
Peek's Blacksmith simp.
(WAN BTREET, - NANAIMO, P.. 0.
I   inn prepared to iln all kinds of Gen-
| oral Blacksmithlng at short notice and
' reasonable rates.    Special attention paid
io tenderfooted, over-reaching and Inter-
fearing burses.
,     SHOEING—Givo me 11 call and convince yourselves,    ah work guaranteed
in givo satisfaction.
.1.   I'l'I.Wirr, -   ■    -    Proprietor.
1 mo
CORNER Of   HASTINGS  Si GRANVII 1.1
STREETS,   VANCOUVER,   Ii.   C.
The Mutual Life Insurance w
CO.
OFNEWYOHK,
The l.iirj-'M i ompiitiv i'1 IllC U'orhl
OTTTir •JMC-A.-EIIS.'EJT.
\r,i   door   to   Hint's   Urns..
Commercial Street.
I. D. DEEBLE, Prop
The Largest nnd Beit Betel ia th
H. WAT****!*-***    -
NANAIMO, B.C.
OltT.
PK«H
:-:   REPAIRS.   :-:
OFFICES   AND   SHOP   FITTING   A
SPECIALTY.
Nanaimo, U, C, P, o. Box, 189.
May 10—1 no
ESQUIMALT,(■ NANAIMO RAH M" )'
Just Arrived!!
THIS SEASON'S CATCH
.1. BENDRODT
Master.
300 Kits, Kegs
and Half-Barrels
OOLACHANS.
San Juan and Saanich Lime, Portland
cement,    luster iit Paris nntl Brick.   For
sale by
A. K. JOHNSTON A CO.
Mav 15—1 nio_
POODLE DOG RESTAURANT
NANAIMO, B. C.
P. Jamieson, -Prop.
Oysters,   Cakes, Jellies, Ice Cream,   Blanc
Mange, Ac,    The ovly White Labor
Restaurant in Town.   Meals
from  25 cents up.
UNTIL FtiUTHF.lt NOTICE
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NANAIMO, B  C
j The Only FIB8T-CLAHS H0USI* In The Oily.
j gar Sample Boom Tor use of (low-
! mercial Travellers.
I). MOKALLO, Prop.
Its advantage as an
Assets, $126,000,000.
Receipts for Tear 1888 ,$26,000,000
Paid Policy Holders, 1888, 914,000,000.
General Solicitor, .Ioni.tii Item.
Head Oflice for Sritish Columbia
Heistermaj-& Co., **o. K, Hastion Sireel
Vicioria,  II.C.
Consenntly on baml a full assortment ■
Choice Menin .imi Vegetables,
Shipping :-u|i|ilicil ;u short notice.
NEW FRUIT STORE!!
1
practice such inhuman conduct are in
variably the most wretched cowards, and
would certainly shriek on! before tbe
lash reached tlieir bare backs. Such
oflendcr" as those to whom ive have reference can 110 more be brutalized by
lashing with a whip than soothed to
righteousness by stroking wilh a fan, or
tickling with a feather. Patience itself
might he provoked lo ply the whip on
such monstrously absurd cant us these
worthy Exeter Hall people indulge in
from time to time.   We are not ftdvoca-
at the Club, receiving ivory counters in
exchange tor his cheques. Sometimes
he borrowed between £11000 and £7000.
One per cent, was deducted for the, loan.
He kept racehorses al Newmarket and
the Curragb. He received £C6,000 from
his father's estate. The public examination of the bankrupt was ordered to be ;
concluded.
TOM BELL
T. A A.linn
y
land It.
opened
Schilling huvi
I Sell at the   Lowest   Prices in Town.
If You will Buy of Me Yon ,vill get Y0TJE
Moneys' Worth,
FRUIT.   VEGETABLES,   TOBACCO,
.1/ ISt'/.'/, /..1NEO US XOTES.
Tiik   licences, similar to those issued
under   the   modus   vivendi  which    tlie
ting the indiscriminate use of Tlie Cat,
be it remembered. We don't propose to I Canadian Government decided to con-
lash the ordinary burglar. But we do pro-1 tin'1(' during the present year, appear to
pose to lay it on fast and furious across have heen -""W-ly ****" advantage of by
t he unclean hacks of the cowardly ruffians American fishermen. So far the fees col-
who go hack to the dark ages for their \ 'ectcd nt $1.50 per ton have reached
methods of procedure. 18,000, or double the total for the whole
Ami Oilier
CI&ARS
reoulslles at lowest Prices in Town.
Piano   Tuning.
QRDEKS FOR TUNING
atte
April 18—tf
pianos ami organ*;, if left nt this ofi'ice, Will !«
attended 10 promptly.
ANU REPAIRING
this oflice. will "
A. ANGERMAN
1 NEW FRUIT STORE
ion Commercial Street
opposite tlie Co-operative Store. They
will keep nothing but the hest stock of
Fruits, Temperance Drinks, Ice Cream,
Cigars, Tobacco and Smokers' requisites,
(live them a trial and be convinced.
OCCIDENTAL    HOTEL
Opposite E. at N. R. R. Depot.
Strictly First-Olasfl,
**a**F*Sample rooms for travellers.
JMCOnly  lirst-class Wines, Liquors
I und Cigars.
JOHN DECKER & CO.
mchi'2-tf
[L.8.J       HUGH NELSON.
VICTORIA, hy the Grace of God, of the j
United Kingdon of Great Britain and !
Ireland,   Queen,  Defender of  the!
Faith, aic, Ac, 4c.
Tn lhe Reluming Officer Of lhe Electoral
District of S'onaimo:
WHEREAS a vacancy has happened
in the Legislative Assembly by the
deatb of the Honorable Robert Duiis-
inuir. n Member nf the Electoral District
ot Nannimo, we command you thnt, notice of the time and place of election being duly given, you do cause election to
bo made according to law, of one Member
to serve in the Legislative Assembly of
the Province of British Columbia, for the
Electoral District of Nanaimo, and that
yotl tlo cause the nomination of candidates nt such election to be held on the
day of , and do cause the name
of such   Member   when   so   elected,
whether he be present or absent, to he
certified to Our Supreme Court, at the
City of Victoria, on or before the twenty-
niiith ilay of June instant, the election
so made, distinctly and openly   under
Our Seal  duly endorsed  upon this Our
Writ.
Is Testimonv   Wherkok,   Wi!  have
caused these Our Letters to be made
Patent under the Great Seal of Our
said Province of British Columbia.
Witness, the Honorable Hitm Nelson, at our Government House, at
Victoria, the third dav of June, in
the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and eighty-nine.
Hv Command.
JAMES C. PREVOST,
Registrar of the Supreme Court.
ONION CREDIT AND PROTECTIVE
Association—Headquarters, 455 Main
street, Winnipeg, Man. For collec.
tion of old and worthless accounts any
where in the world, and no charge if not
collected. O. E. Cou.ins, Manager and
Treasurer. S. Perry Mills, Solicitor,
Victoria, B.C.
Garesche Green & Co.
BANKERS,
Victoria,   33.  CX
IS APPARENT.
SUBSCRIPTION:
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Telegraphic Transfers and Drafts on the
Eastern Provinces, Great Britain nud the
United States. Collections promptly
attended to. Agents for Wells. Fargo A
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TEAMING'
ORDERS FOR DRAVAGE OR TEAMING
left at die Excelsior Bakery, Commercial street,
or .Maiisou's store, Haliburton street, aaill receive
romttt attention at inoalerale rates.
A. ANDERSON,
Albert Street,
April 6—tf Nanaimo, B.C.
**r iii:kiiii:   hi ii ih*,*',  i-ai.i. on
__\ B   NORGATE,
Architect and Mechanical Engineer.
DRAWINGS FOB PATENT OFFICE.
VICTORIA, R. C.
W   R   ROBERTS
Watchmaker and  Jeweler,
Next door  to  Blakewny's   Drug   Slore,
Nanaimo, P.. O.
Watches and Jewelry bought, sold and
repaired.  Fine Gold   Wedding Rings
axe. 011 hand.
Peck's Motel,
EAST   WELLINGTON
T.   E.   PECK,   Proprietor.
FIRST-CLASS IN EVERV   PARTICULAR.
TI3C*BI-
COURIER
Printing & Publishing Co.,
ILIMITED.l
WORTH      THEIR     WE I FIT    IM
GOLD.
F.   W.   COOK, C.E.,
CIVII. ENGINGEER  ANI)  SURVEYOR,
al  ..liter  rl.liiin.
Surveys limber
ADDRESS
Mar in—tf
00M0X, B, 0.
NOTICE.
, Nan.
AiUMmftnt Act ami Provincial Revenue
mo District.
Notice I** hereby given, in accordance uitli the
Statutes, that Provincial Revenue Tax antl all Taxes
levied under the Aueisment Acts art* now due for the
year, 18B9, and payable at my office, Nanaimo;
AMessed Taxes, if paid on ur bef<
are collectable at the following rate
Yi of r per cent, on Real Property.
l\b cents per acre on Wild Land.
One-third of one per cent, on Penontl   I
J£ of 1 per cent, on Income.
If paid after June 30th, i88g:- ■
% of 1 per ct"   .on Real Properly.
&'■{• cent* 'j , mcreon Wild Land.
' i of 1 per 1 ot.on Personal Property.
:'. ol 1 per   ' n   en Income.
M. BATE.
!A**i'>e9sor »f * '
Holloway's Pills & Ointment
'"puis INCOMPARAB1J"   MEDICINE
"■* has secured for itself.-in imperishable
fame throughout the world for the alleviation
and cure of most diseases to which humanity
is heir.
THE    PILES
Purify, regulate and improve the quality o
thc blood. They assist thc digestive organs,
cleanse the STOMACH & BOWELS, increase the secretory power ofthe I.iver,brace
the nervous system, una! thraiw into lhe cir-
I culation the pure elemenls for sustaining anil
: repairing the frame.
Thousands of persons have testilietl lhat
by their use alone they have heen restored
to health and strength after every other
means have proved unsuccessful
THE   OINTMENT
Will he found invaluable in every Household
in the cure of open Sores, Hard Tumors,
BAD LKCS, OLD WOUNDS, COUGHS,
Colds, Sore Throats, Bronchitis, anal all dis.
orders of lhe Throat anal Chest, as also (lout,
Kheiimatism, Scrofula, anal every kind of
Scin Diseases,
or be'fore Janie 7,0th, .seo, I Manufactured ouly at Professor Holloway's
Establishment, 78 New Oxford St. (late 533
Oxfaird St.), London, and sold at is. I%d,,
2s. 91L. 4s. Od, lis., 22., and 33s. each Bo»
and Pot.
ty BEWARE OE AMERICAN COUNTERFEITS. Purchasers should look to the
Label on the Pot and Boxes. If the address
it not 5»3 Oxford Streel, London, they are
spurious.
DOerty.
.Ilecaat THE  NANAIMO   COUEIER,  SUNDAY,  JULY   7,   18 9.
CASEY'S   TABLE   D'HOTE.
Oh, tbem days gn Red Hoss mountain wnen Uia
skies wuz fair 'nd blue,
Wbon tlie money flowed like likker 'nd the folks
'   wuz brave 'nd true!
When the nights wuz crisp nntl balmy, 'nd the
camp wuz all ostlr
With the joints all t browed wide open 'nd no shernT
to demur I
• Oh, them times ou Red Iloss mountain In tho
Rockies fur away—
.   There'is no eich place nor times like them as I tin
, find today I
.     What though the camp hez busted?   I seem to seo
& it still,
A-lyinp, like it loved it, on that big 'nd warty hill;
.  And I feci u sort of yearnin* 'ml a CboldO1 in my
throat
When I think of Bod Hon mountain *nr3 of Casey's
tabble dote!
This Casey wuz au Irishman -you'd know it by
his namo
And by Una facial features apjiertainin1 to the same.
1    Ho'd lived in many place:! 'ndlmddoncathousaud
things,
From tho DOblfl art of nctin' to the work of dealin"
kings;
l*   But, BOmShOW, bailiffcaught on- so, drlftin' with
tho rest,
Ho drifted for a fortune U) llio undeveloped west,
And ho come to Red Iloss nn um tain when the little
camp wuz new,
When tho money flowed like likker 'nd Iho folks
wuz bmve 'nd true;
And, uavltt1 been a fit era rt on it Mississippi boat,
He opened upn caffy 'nd In; run a tahblo dotel
The bar wuz long 'od IHngey, with a mirror on tho
* shelf-
'Nil a pistol, so that Casey, when required, could
help himself;
t     Down i^ndn uoatli tberu wuz u row of bottled beer
'AO* -fine,
I     'Nil a is-rrof Utirbon whisky of tho nni of '50;
Upon tho walls wuz pictures of bosses 'Ud of
girls—
I    Not much on dress, perhaps, but strong on records 'nd on curls I
Tho which had been Identified with Casey in tho
past—
jr  The bosses 'nd tho girls, I mean—nnd both wuz
mighty fustl
Uutalltheso flue attractions wuz of precious littlo
j . note
Hy the sido of what wns offered nt Casey's tabble
( dotel
., A tabble dote Is different from orderin1 aller cart;
r In one cose you git all thero is—in t'other, ouly
1 parti
Aud Casey's tabblo dote began In French--aa all
begin—
Aud Casey's ended witb the same, which is to say
v    w^k "v-u;"
lint In between win: every kind of reptile, bird 'nd
beast,
The samo liko you can git in high toned renin*.,*
raws down eastl
'Nil wlndin' up wuz cake or pie, with coffee demy
lass,
LOr, sometimes, floating Ireland in a soothln' kint]
of sass
That left a sort of pleasant tickliu' In a feller's
7 throat,
y*  * -Nd mode Win hanker after more of Casey's tab*
/ bio dotel
m.    Tho very recollection of them puddin's 'nd them
'■ pies
Driugs a yearulu* to my buzzum 'ud the water to
my eyes;
'N*J seertt liko ooojtln' uoivadays ain't what ft
vis -;> to bu
In camp on Red iloss mountain Iu that year of *03]
But may bo it is better, ami maybe I'm to blame-
I'd liko to ho a-livin' In i lie mountains jest the
same—
I'd liko tai livo that lire again when skies wuz fair
'nd blue,
When things wuz rim ivtde open 'ud men wuz
bravo Yi true—
When bravrny arms tlio flinty ribs of Red Iloss
mounlsv smoto
For wherewithal to pay tbe price of Casey's tabble dotel
—Eugene Field lu Chicago Newa
THICKS OF THE TRADE.
HOW ADVANTAGE  IS  TAKEN OF THE
IGNORANT   PUBLIC.
u
Bmullug ClMimutor.
Blinks—Yes, sir; it is always easy to read
i-xuiuitcr. Now. stop and notice tbeanoak*
iaff, (*t Iii.-' way in which that man walks, ns
tfnap&s&r tl to malte a noise,   Murk his Hir-
1' i-ff^-j^EMu-t's. Ho looks no one In the oye, Hu
apj*w to fear tbat overy passer by may bo
a di-t-wv'.ive.   He evidently regards himself as
V. close to tbo stern grip of tbo law, and bo
►known not what mouiont Ibo blow may
i-trilvu. That amii Js undoubtedly a counterfeiter. Icrgeror burglar.
Jlnks-«**Obt tin; you're way oil'.    Iio is Dea-
^, I    con Dart,  tbe busbaml of   Mrs.   Dart, (bo
woman who thrashed a streetcar conductor
the other day because be carried ber n square
too far,—Philadelphia Record.
The Horse nml   Ibe  Hill.
A Horse which bad to draw a Load to
Market almost daily complained bitterly of n
steep Hill on bis route, saying:
"You are neither Useful nor Ornamental,
You aro simply au Obstruction to thoso wlio
pass over this Highway. But for you my
Labors would bo much lighter."
Tho Driver overheard the complaint nnd
at once replied:
"Cense your Lamento. But for ibis Hill
on our route I should add 500 extra Pounds
to your load."
MORAL,
If wo didu't have a corn ou Iho Too Wo
Might have a Boil on tbo Nock.—Detroit Free
Press. 	
Tedious Waiting.
"You would bo sorry to losoyour sister,
wouldn't you, Johnnie?" asked "tho visitor,
suggestively, to tho littlo boy wbo was entertaining hint In tho drawing room.
F** "Nope," replied Johnnie. "I guess I could
stand it, Mr. Hankiason. Maw says I'vo got
to wear short pants till after Irene's married,"
-Kinderhook Rough Notes.
In St.   I.unls.
At the picturo dealer's- "How muoh is this
water color?"
"Sixty dollars."
"And this oil painting?"
jj-      "Forty-five."
"How does it happen that oil is so much
,*•■  cheaper than water ibis year/'1-Darlington
Free Press.
Tho Advantage* of K-Tiicnlloii.
I   hasfa^L
^ P ...S'fPfit^i"-":*3; """"
"Now, if 1 hadn't been ablo to read, what
a fix I might havo been Inl"—Li/o.
Diamonds Painted and Oilier l'rcalous
Stone, Veneered—Stuff Sold for Solid
Gold Which 1* Poorer Than a Good Article of Plate—Small I'rolits.
"There is no line of business in which
purchasers are so completely at the mercy of store keepers as tlio jewelry trade,"
said a leading denier. "Tlio masses aro
caught by mere appearances. They know
what pleases them, but havo little idea
of actual value. Few know the difference between machine made and hand
made goods; still less can tell whether
gokl is six carats tine or whether a stone
is worth $10 or $100. Public trust in
these matters is absolutely pitiable.
Popular pride and ambition aro stupendous. Here looks and alleged price nre
practically all the buyer has to go bv,
and the honesty of llio dealer is his only
safeguard. Then in addition to actual
grades uf quality (hero aro numerous
snide practices that aro resorted to by
disreputable merchants and manufacturers, so that if a person contemplates
buying anything where tho risk is considerable it behooves him to know Rome
thing about tho man ho deals with.
PAINTING AND VKNTF.IaJNU.
'Two aliamonds, for instance, may be
of the samo size and cut, yet one will be
worth twice, thrice or perhaps a dozen
limes ns much as the other. Yellow
white diamonds are common and blue
white are scarce, and even experts find
difficulty in giving the intermediate
shades their proper place iu point of dollars and cents. Among irresponsible
dealers it is a common practice to 'paint'
the stones so as to mako the yellow diamonds whiter and the white diamonds
bluer. The paint will not even resist
soap anal water, and will wear off more
quickly than the thinnest possible film
of gold on a brass ring. Yet for a timo
it makes the stono look twice as valuable
as it really is. A few days ago a gentleman brought a couple of diamonds to me
to determine their value. After I had
washed them in soapsuds ho could scarcely believo they were his own jewels, they
wero so yellow. It is a common trick of
confidence men to paint diamonds and
then get a loan on them of twico or
thrice their value. I will venturo to sny
that two-thirds of tlio peoplo could not
tell a paste from a genuine diamond.
"Then thero is tho process of veneering other precious stones. A piece ol
glass or crystal of tlio desired color and
appearanco is taken ns a body and a thin
covering of the genuino article is superimposed so as to convey tho impression
of being genuine. Such a slono iu a
setting designed to cover up tho de
ccplion would mako dupes of half tho
purchasers. Tho danger of being taken
in would not bo so great wero people
better posted. Show a man a lot out on
tho prairie and tell him it is worth $10C
a front foot and ho will laugh at you foi
presuming upon his ignorance, but show
him a ruby or sapphire and tell him it is
worth §1,000 and ho will believo you.
Tho masses know nothing about relative
values iu gems, and tho scopo for deception is enormous).
SOLID AND STUFFED OOLD.
"Then as to quality of metal and workmanship. Thero is jewelry in tho market
sold for solid gold which is so low in
purity that a respectable plato would he
far preferable to tho so called solid stuff.
A certain amount of alloy is, o>course,
necessary for durability, hut tbo gold
that is actually manufactured intc
jewelry varies in purity all tho way from
four or six cmats lino to twenty. Fourteen carats finoi3 tho standard, but there
is un immense amount of 'solid' stuff of
tho low grado sold annually, and a good
sharo of it is palmed off for tho standard
purity. This cheap stuff Is often dipped
In a bath just so ns to color it. Tho multitudes who aro ignorant enough to accept a 'guaranty' that an article is solid
rarely think, perhaps, of degrees ol
purity, and they nre wofully takeu in.
As a rule, thero is something about all
plated and cheap stuff that betrays it-
quality to tho experienced eye. Every
manufacturer has his own designers,
and, though copying is rife among thc
workmen, you will rarely seo good-
cheap in price without finding them
cheap in design and workmanship.
"As a rule, I think peoplo have crude
ideas about our profits. Tho prico ol
jewelry is duo principally to tho scarcity
of tho material used and tho amount of
labor expended upon it. I do not think
that wo get moro than 25 per cent, gross
profit on the average. When it is borne
in mind that styles aro constantly changing, that a large amount of capital is'
bound up, bearing no interest, and thai
tho value of the goods is constantly depreciating, owing to tho flux of styles,
this is not abovo or oven up to tho average. If wo could turn our money ovei
rapidly and not suffer loss from depreciation we would havo a protty good
thing) but tho numerous failures in the
jewelry business bear witness to what!
say about small margins of profit. Diamond dealers havu possibilities of making great profits legitimately, since,
when bought in tho rough, tho stones
often turn out exceptionally well. 1
havo known u diamond valued at $1,000
to bo recut and then sell readily for 88,-
000."—Chicago News.
Too   (lood.
Customer—Hoy, this rifle you sold me yesterday Is no good.
Dealer—"What is tho matter with it?
Customer—It shoots too accurately.
Dealer—"Why, isn't that just what you
want?
Customer—I guess uot. I'm the proprietor
of a shooting gallery, and I givo prizes to
those who seoro the hiirhest number of points.
—Yankee Blade.
Thluars One Woaild Rattier Not Have Said.
I"
UNLOVED  AND   ALONE.
Tbe test dove somo twin shadow but,
The lark has loa-ea lu Beas ot grass,
Tho wild beast trumoeta back his voir,
Thesqulrrc] UujiIib along Iii* licugh;
Hut I, I am as loue. alas!
As yon white moon arhen wliito clouds paes*.
As lonely and unloved, alas!
As clout's tliat aacp and drop and paw.
O maiden, slnglntr silver sweet,
At cabin door, In lieid of corn,
Whero avoodl.iiia's tavitio fer thy retreat—
sin;.: sweet Llirouffb ull thy summer morn.
For lovo ifl landing at lliy feet.
In that fair (lie in seas of corn,
But I, I mil utiloa-a'il aud lorn,
As winter atiuilsa.r avidler morn.
Tho Bhlps, black bellied, climb tho sea,
Tlio Batmen seek iheir loves ou land,
And Ijve anil lover, hand hi hand.
Go Binjriiiar. 1,'laal ns glad can lie,
IJut nevermore eljall loa-o seek mc,
By blowy sea or broken land.
By broken aa-ilil or lallloav tree,
Nay, nevermore shall love seek me.
-Joaquin MUler
. Cclumbia - Carriage - Works
Hastings Street, East  of Carroll,
Thi* extensive e»tablirhment lias juat opened.     A large and a el J selected steel; of
Carriages,    J-Ju-^gies-j,   liuckboads,
WILL HE KEPT IN STOCK ANI, MAUL 10 OkJjLk.
HORSE-SHOEING.
REPARIM!"
t-UviOJE  KCmcd  tbe   bctt  ihotr  on itit- Coast, tin*, ctyihtuuttin will Le made a
ipedalty,   IV« guanuitec to prevent liorie-. irom interfering or over-reacbinc
i.a.'H.    niiii"*• t h lIiou and txeafed on the latest approved principles.
Repairing la all its branches, ai well as FAIJt'lAJiU- 'lltl.ii.il J Mi, Etc, done with
neatness and at moderate prices. Li-jlit and Heavy l'Hi(.(\ti*- of every desuiptlo n
attended to. QuEvefyJ du->artniei,i -.nil receive the personal lUpervistOfl of our Mr. McNAiJB, an oiae x-
perienced workman, well am1 Cavontbly * nown in many part* of il.t- Dominion,
A.   T.   MciS'A.BJr.   <fc   Co.
IO.
a-^Mm , l_
Mrs. Jobsou—Why, my dear Mrs. Hobsou,
I I am SUrprisad to boo you in tbls somber dress.
II had   not beard of any afSctlon in yonr
family.
Mrs, Hobson—Ob, yes, Indued, Mr. Hobson
died six weeks ago.
Mrs. Jobsou—Why, how shocked I am. I
never know of it nt all. I would have beeu lc
glad to attend bis funeral, If Iliad known.--
Tho Epoch.
Soul Communion lit Huston,
"Kmersonia, If 1 seem to divaricate from
my accustomed coherent.iti'' oppuguancy in
' segregating and desynonymiziug the postulates you havo largiloqueutly elaborated this
, evening, let me implore you not to attribute
I it wholly to a psychologic pseudoblepsis on
( my part."
Tho young man looked at her in an erudite
'■■ theosophic way and smiled a pensive thought-
i fill Back Bay smile.
"I do not, Tieklowell,   responded tho fair
young girl, warmly, as she leaned tenderly
I upon him and wiped her spectacles with u
soft, caressing  touch;   "and  yet you  wili
i pardon mo if I suggest that in attempting to
', dephlogisticato tho ecpbjractic iratniscibility
[ of the  pneumatologlcaj anhydrousness  involved in tho niyiiorasajto protoplasm   you
: evinco an exoteric ik-wadepigi-aphoiisnes^, if
not n fumacious inrog.TftttVUy, so to 1'orinu*
'■ lato it, that is not K.-in-afcrtii-.''
>     "But do you not tmspmt mo of a disana-
logical or extravasatjm   tendency, do you,
Kmersonia}" he iinpi /it), anxiously.
i    "By uo means.    '/oWeugeny and envlron-
j ment presuppose a (TW lorn fromsuperdeuom*
j inationnlisticismical etiolation."
"Then you acquit) mo of inconious erebri-
tude?"
Tho tears stood in Miss Jlowjamcs* eyes,
"Esemplastically   exeupcrated as wo are,
j Tieklowell," sho said, "und cardiagraphically
1 congenial in  rationutivu deducibility as wo
: cognovato, such a presumption would hier*
! atically polarize into pectinibranchiato nauf-
j rage."
"And yet wo disavow tho opiomancy of
; diathermnneity," ho murmured,
I    "MultlJugouBly, of course."
"Then, Emersonia," he exclaimed trium*
! phantly, "do  not  evitatel    RubinVation is
incompatible with gelidity, is it noU"
"I cannot oppugn thoexeorticative forcipa-
'■ tion of the inevitable," said tho young lady,
■ softly.
And tho young man gathered her In hiu
arms and winked solemnly ut u portrait of
Emerson that hung on tlio wall.—Chicago
Tribune.
A Tale of Love In F (Pli).
Phanny Phowler phanciod Phelix Phulton.
Phelix phelt phairly phamiabed phor Phanny.
Phanny pb.shed phor phellow phrom Philadelphia, phlnally phetobing Phelix phrom
phond pudenda Paints, Phelix, phianco;
Phanny, phlanceo.
Phelix phouncl Phanny'w phaco phlight-
fully phlushed.
"Phanny," phrom Phelix, "phather phur-
nishes phunds phor phlat"
Phanny phrowued.
"Phelix, phorget, phorget Phanny, Phool-
ish phellow. Phlyl Phaimy Phowler phor
swears Phelix Phulton—phlat 111"
Phanny phainted.
Phelix phlew.—New York World.
Tlio Omni dent.
As to 'Wheweirs a*tribute of omuisclenct1
thero can bono doubt that his gigantic intellect left but few subje'-ts untouched, nnd
Connected Witb this there is a story which!
must not boom!tied, A rival conversationalist
weary of continually play Ing second fiddle to
hhn, resolved that, happen what might, he-
would for ouoo bavo tbo better of him, nud
so beforo they met again hu got up tho subject of Chinese metaphysics; if ho did not
win ho thought that at till events the master
would not monopolize the talk on this subject. Accordingly ho lost no timo in dexterously leading the conversation toward the
topic, and at once fluently and confidently,
expressed his opinions, when to his astonishment Whewell rushed into tho subject
quite at homo and In direct contradiction to
his views. "Sir," said tho master, "will you
havo tho goodness to givo mo tho authority
upon which tlio opinions you have expressed
aro based?" "Certainly,'' said his opponent,
"au article in the Eueyclopfedin liritanuiea.v
"Ohl" said Whewell, "I wrote tho article
myself ten years ago, and havo since seen
good reason to change my views I"—Temple
Bar.
GARESOHE   GREEN & CO.,
:0 A. TVT ]E3L JS Ft &,
'.jovernment Street . . Victoria B. C.
i'--.'piii-ita Heoeivw] in Gold, 8II**e
luti'-iiHt paid on iue mime
r aad U.S. Otuteoey.
un limo deposits.
Gold Oust luul C. ~. Currenoy purouaaed nt liigliosi mnrkol in tea.
IV Sight Uriitls nud Telegraplilp TrBUbfera op Hv   Prauciaoo, .New Vork und
Canada.
ICicliange on London available in nil parti of Europe
Scotland.
Letton of Credit iaaued ou the priuoipnl Ciii'-s ol Hie Uoil
Euro]
ttT Agents for  Wells,  Pargr
BRITISH COLUMBIA STEA
NESBITT, DICK
FORT  STREET,
CaHuiiai] Fnifl   favi
TIME   TABLE   Iso.
TAKING-   FFECTFEBRUARY iot, 1889.
BURRARD INLET  ROUTE.
VICTORIA   TO Vancouver and 4MoedyvfUc dswl>
except Monday, at 4 o'clock.
VAN*COUVER TO Victoria, daily, except Monday,
at  laug o'clock or on the  arrival of the C. P.
Railway Train.
PUGET SOUND ROUTE.
S.S. PREMIER will leave as followsi-Vancouver
j* p. m., Mondays and Tburt-days, returninr
leaves Seattle Wednesday* and Saturdays mt 1
a.m., arriving in Vancouver atxtut 6 p.nt., this t*
take effect Thursday, February 9th.
NEW WESTMINSTER ROUTE.
Leaves VICTORIA for New Westminster, Ladn«r"s
Landing and Lulu Island,  Sundays antl Thurs*
days at 7 • dock, Tuesdays at 8 o'clock.
I Leave  NEW   WESTMINSTER  for Victoria  and
way ports on Monday at 1 p.in., Wednesday and
Friday at 7 a.m.
PLUMPER PASS, Sunday at 7 o'clock.
FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer-,  for Hope and  way pons leave New W*jt-
minster  every Thursday:    For   Chilliwhack and
way   landings every  Tuesday  and   Saturday at
7 a.m.
BARCLAY SOUND ROUTE.
Steamer MAUDE leaves  Victoria for Alberni and
Sound ports once a month.
NORTHERN    ROUTE.
Steamship Sardonyx will leave for Fort Simpson  mod
intermediate ports on the First  and  Fifteenth  af
each  month.    Whenever  sufficient   induce-ueat
offers will call at points on the  Wtit Coait aad
(.fueen Charlotte Islands,
lhe company reserves the  rignt of changing this
l Tabic at any time without notifies!urn.
A. CARLETON. JOHN IRVING,
Gen. Acem, Manager.
Even with tho DucUcm,
An old duchess on ono occasion requested
Dr. Abornethv topaya professional visit at
her house. Tho doctor (rent as requested,
and wan introduced iuto tho drawing room,
whero tho duchess, with tears in her eyes,
showed hhn an ugly lit 1 lo monkey, apparently
ui great agony, lying on elegant cushions and
almost buried in lovely laces. Tho doctor
felt thoroughly disgusted at being called
upon to act as a monkey's doctor. Ho felt
tho monkeys pulso in silence, examined it
with attention, and looh recognized tho nature of its illne?s; Ihen, perceiving tho lady*.*
grandson in tlio corner of tho drawing room,
rolling about on tlio carpet, he advanced toward the child, examined him also, felt hu
pulse, and returning to tho duchess, said tc
her in u grave manneri "Madam, your two
sons are suffering from iudigestion. By
drinking tea and living on plain diet they
wm son recover," And, bowing profoundly
to the duchess, the doctor retired, avenged.—
Chicago Journal
Arrowroot.
Assorted Jumbles,
Assorted TIngers,
Abernothy.
Cabin-
Coffee Cake,
Cheese Biscuits.
Currant Tops
Gln-ger Snaps,
Graham Wafers.
Ginger Cake,
Family Pilot.
Fanoy Mixed.
Fruit Blser.
Iced Ginger Bread.
Iced Sultana.
t us,
lemon Snap***
Lemon Blscu
New York :.-
Oat Meal.
Pilot,
Perkins.
Rich Mixed,
Sods Crack*
Vjed Biscuit.
Sugar Crackers,
Spice Jumbles,
Suj/nr Cowries,
Sultana Biscuit,
Vanilla Cream.
Wine.
Etc., Etc.
'jNanaimo Land Office.
HAWTHORNTHWAITE   &   CO.
Price List Furnished. Order
or NESBITT, DICKSON & CO.
. Miufflptly attendud to.
S Biscuits.
Ask yen
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Anil Tllaay All Lmtglical.
A very ludicrous Incident occurred on on
Oiivo street ear tlio other daj-. A fow ladies
and gentlemen were sitt injr in tlio coach, and
among tho latter was ouo of very handsome
appoaranco, but of nearly 300 pounds avoirdupois. Ho ai'as chewing tobacco, but was
too much of a gentleman to show it by
squirting tho juico all over llio floor of the
ear. It 60011 becmno evitleut, however, that
ho must expectorate. Tlio longer ho put it oil
the greater tho supply ho accumulated. At
lost, turning round, iio saw tho window open;
that is, ho thought so. Ho let fly. Imagine
his surprise when ho beard a swish and saw
about ono foot squnro on tho window covered with a mahogany mixture of salivn and
tobacco juice. Ho bad beon deceived. The
window wns not open. The other passcngcri-
soon took in tho situation and all laughed
heartily, tho victim blmsolf joining.—St.
Louis Globe-Democrat.
Soiuelliliii; to Iio Tliiiiikl'til For.
"Havo you done anything for mot" asked
tbo condemned man, iu pitiful tones, as bis
lawyer entered tbo cell.
"Yes, indeed," said tho legal gentleman,
gleefully.
"Oh, what Is it," demanded tbo murderer,
"a pardon?"
"No."
"A commutation of sentence)"
"No."
"Theu in mercy's mime, what?"
"I havo succeeded," said the lawyer, "in
having tho ilay of your execution cbonged
from Friday to Monday. Friday is an unlucky day, you know."—Yankee Blade.
A Mailer aif IliislnesB.
I never believed tbat story about tbo little
boy wbo asked hts mother to givo bim a dose
of castoroil when lie dial not need it merely becauso sho was in tho habit of giving him five
i cents overy timo ho look a dose, and be
wanted five cents to buy gum. But yesterday
a Uttlo hoy who usually gets u nickel whenever lie has to undergo tho painful operation
of having a splinter extracted, camo running
to bis sister witb soveral slivers. After sbe
bad pulled tbem out and administered a few
kisses to assuage tho pain, tbe littlo fellow
spoke up and askod: "Wero these five centers!"'
"No," said the sister, "tbey were only two
She Kept the Blnir.
"You told me, darlbig," bo said, "a week
beforo Christmas that you wanted tune to
think it over, and that immediately after the
holidays 1 should leuru my fate."
"I know I did, Mr. Sampson," and tbo dia-
uioud ring which ho hail given her flashed
merrily on her linger, "and I have cousidereil
the matter night and day. i regret to say
tbat I cannot bo your wife, but I shall always
respect aud admiro you as a friend."—New
York Bun.
In Html Luck.
Mother—What is the matter, my sonl
Adult Sou—It's all up; no uso struggling
again.l fate.   I'm bouiiil to land in tbo poor-
house.
"You!   Wby, my son, you m-o a plumber."
"Yi's, but all bopec'f wealth is gono.   My
physician lias ordered luo to livo iu southern
California.   Pipes never burst there."—Phil-
ailelphia Record.
r lion A 8 ALLSOP.
HENRI' 8. MA*.<-*■-*,,
CI/YLEK A. HOLLAND.
56 New
Broad St.
oiitrrroit*...
ihe business of ALLSOP # MASON has been meranl ...
abot * Company and will be carried on by tye VompZt7troni
daUtas a General Lund Investment and lnsttraZeAjentfy.
FOR SALE.
NEWCASTLE DISTRICT—Seven acres,
more or less, very good land, Millstream
running through, close to Comox Road.
A desirable homestead, minerals included	
$1000.
Newcastle Townsite—Lot 68, BUck 3
$225 Terms.
Lot 43, block 10, $500 cash.
Lot 8, block 13, J1800 term.. Splensia.
business site.
Lots 11 and 12, block 6—$1000.
Locations for residences and business site,
throughout the city.
Nine blocks in the Syndicate Addition t.
Port Angeles. Farms in all parts of he
Province. j
NOTICE
the
this
MONEY TO LOAN
•ale on easy terms.
Oft  -tlOK'a'-'-'.'.l-  AT LOW   HATES.
Town Loi« ami Fnrnunt* Land* t**t
AS THE UNDERSIGNED IS RETIR-
ing from business he begs to notify
all persons indebted to him to settle
their accounts on or before the30a.h June
proximo. Accounts remaining unpaid
alter that date will be placed in the
hands of an attorney for collection. All
persons to whom the undersigned is indebted are requested to hand in their
claims for payment, on or before the
above mentioned dates.
JAS. HARVEY.
Nanaimo, 19th April, '89.
RED  HUU8R
ALEX. MAYER   •   MARCUS WOLKE.
Dr. J.   Collis   Browne's
CHLORODYNE.
physicians "Ate. Mayer & Co.,
THE ORIGINAL
: ONLY GENUINE
WYMOND WALKEM, M.1».,C.M..
[Coroner for the Province ol Brit-
" "I" Columbia." Residence, East
Wellington, Telephone connection
l\o. 28.
Advice to invalids—If you a' ijh Hi omaln
quiet refreshing sleep, free from headache,
relief from pain and anguish, to calm and
assuage the weary achings of protracted
disease, invigorate the nervous media, anal
regulate the circulating systems ofthe body,
you will provide yourself with tnat marvellous remedy discovered by Dr. J. Cullis
Browne date Army Medical Stalf}, 10 which
he gave the nam.: of CHLORODYNE, anal
STEAMER SERVICE.
Bel ween Nanaimo,  Comox anal   Vicioria.)
Steamer Amelia.
.-cry Tuesday evening.
.      n ..   „    ...t. ,.    ..    . .         -  111,3 leave aiae iiiaaaii. ui    i-iij_ayi\a.'u, ,,£,   aaill
for five cents"   "Well   1* thoy ain't worth   avhich is admitted by th-profession to be Ih,
moro'n that I shan't get any moro in." wai   _     ,...r..i .„,i  ......1.1.   1.. .....
shan't get any moro in," wai
tho philosophical reply.—San Francisco Reporter.
Dressing Liko tho Natives.
Steinberger spent somo timo at Baltimore
after bis return and hobnobbed with influential men, whom ho entertained with marvelous stories of his experience as tho head of
tbe Samoan nation. One alay bo w-os tellbig
about going into tho pulpits and preaching
sound Calvinistio doctrine to tbo Islanders.
"Steinberger," saial ouo of tho crowd, "did
you wear a black coat nnd ivst and a white
Iio, like a minister-*1
"No," replioal thu ex-minister.
"What did you wear then?"' a-ontinucd tbe
questioner.
"Samo old things—a dish cloth and a little
paint," wns his answer. —Philadelphia lice
ord.
Mummy Lyes.
Tbo museum of tbo State Minbig bureau but
been presented with somo curious articles by
T. C. Ward, a mining man of Chili. The
collection consists of minerals, ancient Peru
viau pottery taken fi-atm tho graves of the
Incas, and threo aiiuiniuv eyes fouiial in Boli
via. Tho mummy eyes, tu they aro called, j j'oiteal inl
aro takeu from tho boaliesof Bolivian mum    --'■ '   ■     '
most   wonderful and  valuable  remedy ever
discovered.
CHLORODYNE is Ihe best remedy
known for Coughs, Consumption, Bronchitis,
Asthma.
CHLORODYNE acts like aa charm in
Diarrhoea, anal is the ainly specific in Cholera
and Dysentery.
CHLORODYNE effectually cms short all
attacks of Epilepsy,  Hyiter
and Spasms.
CHLORODYNE is the only palliative in
Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gout, Cance'.
Toothache, Meningitis, &: , &c.
3 A-
7 A.
7 A.
A   Ilaaltlt'tl Success.
First Littlo Boy —My papasaya perpetual
motion is a failure.
Second Littlo Boy—Guess your folks nln't
got any gas motor In their house, —'rime.
A nctter Wi,y.
A lady's mngnziuo tells  "How to  Stain
Floors."   A cheaper Way Is to tako up tho
carpets nnd give tho baby a bottle of ink to
play with.—Norristoavn Herald.
Accidents In llii.-la Lift.
First Tramp—Say, paral, bov.'d yo smash
yer finger I
Second Tramp—Shutthr tho pinner.—New
York Weekly.
Iron anil Wooal Ties.
Iron cross tics havo proved a failure
011 tlioPennsylvaniivrailroad, where they
have been tried for soveral months, and
whito oak ties aro being substituted.
Tho wooden tio yields sufficiently to the
motion of tlio train to make tho riding
easy and comfortable, while tho iron tie
fails to givo 011 the road bed of broken
stono and makes the riding hard and unpleasant to tlio passengers, ns well as
wearing on tho locomotive and rolling
stock; moro frequent repairs to the road
bed wero found necessary with tho iron
ties, too. in England and Franco, where
iron i.s much cheaper than hero and wood
much dearer, ties of tho latter aro used
in preference.—Frank Leslie's Newspaper
raios, but bear no resemblance to tho human
eye, Thoy look liko glass shells with gilt In
sido, and, iu spite of tbo fact that thoy arc
solid, aro delicate and easily broken. When
exposed to dampness the gilt appearance k
lost and they resemble a piece of yellow crystal.—Snn Francisco Chronicle
Uow   Money Grows.
Back in tho last century Alexander Smith,
A Itcniitl'kable Man.
liuest (to museum manager)—1 don't see
anything peculiar about that man over there.
"You don't* He's our greatest attraction."
"What's remarkable about him*"
"Ho has tbo papers to show that ho refused ,   „ , , , ,     , ,
au ofllco on two separate occasions."-No-J afterward known ns John Adams, ono of the
l.raska Stato Journal.
JAS. G. FAIRBURN,
Boot & Shoemaker, '
HAH IU.MOVEI) TO i
BASTION    STREET!
Next   Hilbert's   Furniture
Warehouse.
•■"■"P-Repairing ui all kinds prwuptly
. attended to
\i        Ap   38-f
To the Travelling Public
A New Perfume.
Tho church was beautifully decorated with
sweet spring flowers, nnd the air was heavy
with their fragrance. As tho service was
about to begin, smnll Kill v pulled her mother's sleeve aud whispered, "Oh, mamma,
dou't it smell solemn!"—Harper's Young
People. 	
A Clmoffe of Base.
Ill thu shoo store. Mrs. Bascom—Young
man, I want to git a good pair of shoes.
Clork—Ycs'111; what size, please!
Mra Bascom—Well, I kin wear fours, but
I guess you might try me this timo ou sixes
and 11 half.—Burlington Free Press.
ringleaders in tho famous mutiny 011 tho ship
Bounty in 1TS1), saved a mialsbipmnn from
drowning. The latter put £100 in bank to
await Smith's call. It rcmuined until lt bad
risen to tho sum of £90,000. Now threo grandsons of tho mutineer, living on Norfolk and
Pitcnini islands, havo discovered their identity, and 0110 of them has ouca'ceded in cstnb-
| lushing bis titlo to tho great accumulation.—
Philadelphia Times,
All great men havo their eccentricities, remarks Tho Nebraska Stale Journal. For instance, Bill Canada, when waning to or from
Nebraska City, always taken the roaal, while
Senator Ransom prefers '.he railway track.
Both of them absolutely refuse to ride cn thc
trucks of passing trains.
W.BREBEMEYEE.DR.PH.    Alhjni*   ]m   Wat-Vo
-Mnrr, f-pni-u-ci, United States and ilH/lVll     |lvll       II Ul Rial.
Provincial Surveyor and Assayer. Vancouver, B. C.
LIMITED*
I
c.
T I C K E T ',S
CANADIAN  PACIFIC  A'.HIV
An.l its connection, may be liaai fn n
A. SHAW,  A-jent,    -    -   Nanaimo.
tATE PAHTNER OF J. M'VICKEH SALT tAKE CITY, j VICTORIA,  B
Kelial.l, reports, iitiJerBroaind sura-a-ys nnd maps i KNGINEERS,    IKON     IOUNDERS    AND
of mines sxecutatd at loav rates.     Assays made nn all \
kinds of Minerals, Uolai and  Silver liars.     'I hirty :
years   experienee in  milling  in Asia, Europe   asnl {
llnitt'al Slates of America.     Speaks t<-n languages. I
Assays,  from   a  distance    promptlv    allenaled    to.
Address, Vancouver, li. C. , .,       - ,    .,   . .    , _„.,     c .m.
{ Manufacturers   of    Maria,    sn -    Land    L Dgss
All quartz for assaying left witb W. C j Boiler.,   Fish   Canning   aad Mining   MacbinH-y,
llnllaok, Nnnaimo. will he promptly for-1 Hydraulic c.ia,t« and Pip,.  REPAIRS mntii
warded to Dr. Bredemeyer. with dispatch. Work? nmlog nlgtit ail i*y
UOILEl* MAKERS.
works:
J STOIIP, tilSCOVBRV AND  ItlRAt.D STS.
From Symes aV Co., iiiarinaceutlci!
Chemists Medical Hall, Simla, January 5th,
1SS0: To J. T. Davenport, Esq., 33 (Ireal
Russell Sireel, Bloomsbury, I.onalon, Dear
Sir:—We embrace this opportunity of congratulating you upon the wide-spread reputation this justly esteemed medicane, Dr. J.
Collis .Irownc's Chlorodyne, lias earned for
itself, not only in Iliiulostan, but all over
the East, As a remedy of general utility,
we much question whether a better is im-
lhc country, and we shall be
glad to hear of its tintling a place in every
Anglo-Indian home. The other brands, we
are happy to say, are now rclegateal to tht
native baranrs, anal judging from iheir salct
we fancy their stijurn Ihcre will be but
evanescent. Wc could multiply instances
infinitum of thc extraordinary ctlicacy of
Dr. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne in Diarrhtr,
antl 2nal Dysentery Spasms, Cramps,
Neuralgia, lhc Vomiting of Pregnancy, and
as. general Sedative, thai have occurred
und* c our personal observation aiming many
years, in Choleraic Diarrhrea, and even if
the more terrible forms of Cholera itself, ive
have witnessed its controlling power. ,Ye
have never usetl -.ny ether foi m of this
medicine than Collis Biowne's, from a firm
conviction that it is decidedly the best, and
also from a sense of altity we owe to the pro*
fession and the public, ns we nre of the
opinion Inat the substitution of any other
than Collis Browne's, is A DELIBERATE
BREACH OP FAITH ON THE PART
OE THE CHEMIST TO PRESCRIBE
AND PATIENT ALIKE. We nre sir,
faithfully yours, Symes & Co., Members of
the Pharm. Society of Great Britain, Ilis
Excellancy the Yiceroy's Chemists.
CAUTION.—Yice-Cnancellor     Sir    NV.
Page Wood stated that Dr. J, Collis Browne
was,   undoubtedly,   the inventor ail Chlairo*
dyne;  that the story of thc tlefendart, Fre*.
; man,   was deliberately   untrue,   which,  he
- regretted   to say, had   been sworn to —See
"The Times," July 13, 1884.
Sold  in  bottles at IB. ijjjd., 2s. gd., 4s.
: 6d., anal irs. each.     None is genuine with-
; out   the   words   "Dr.  J.  Collis   Brown*'?
; Chlorodyne" on ihe   Government   stamp.
Overwhelming medical    testimony   accom.
I panlei each bottle.
Caution—Baware of   Piracy   and Imito-
tins.
Sole  Manufactures—J. T. Davenport, 33
f"r*it Russell  Street, Bloomsburv   London
Arrives in Nanai.imo
Leaves Nanaima for Comox   We
nesday	
Returns from Comox for Victoria,
Wednesday evening.
Leaves Nanaimo for Vicioria Thursday 	
Leaves Victoria for Nanaimo, Friday 	
Leaves Nanaimo for Vicioria,   antl
all  way ports Saturday      7,1. M.
[Patween   Nanaimo antl   Vancouver.)
Stkamkk Rainbow.
Arrives ^ at    Nanaimo    Tuesdays—Leaves
Nanaimo Wednesday morning.
Palpitation  [Between Westminster, Comox & Nanaimo.)
Steamer Rohkici Dunsmuir.
Ai rives in  Nanaimo Wednesdays  and Sun
days—Leaves    Nanaimo   for   Comox
Thursdays  -Leaves    Nanaimo   for
New   Westminster    Saturdays
anil   .Mondays.
Wholesale and Retail Dealcis in General.
Merchandise
Orders   promptly   and   camfully delivered-
(SHIPPING SUPPLIED AND SHIPS PIS
•   BUKSED.
Commercial  Street,
Nanaimo, B.C.
NOTICE,
Harewood Luke, May 27th, 1889.
]    Strayed on to my premise* one iron
grey cow with a young calf.    The owner
is requested to come and pav charges and
take awav the cow.
tf LOUIS STARK.
A
Wm. Blackmore,
c hi te c t,   Etc.
Tunis le
Ion  . .
' arrive
! Nnr
a for Victoria,
" Welling.
Q.'OJ A.M.
12:20   I'.
12:20   P.
OFFICE-422 CORDOVA STREET,
P. O. BOX lit. VANCOUVER, B. B.
c. c. Mckenzie,
Land Agent, Conveyancer, Accountant
and Insurance Agent.
Office*—C. L. Smith's Building* Button Sir««,
Nnnaimo,
Town Lou and Farmi for Sale. Monty to Lour **
Mortgage ai low ratee,
Agent for the Glasgow anj London Fin Insur
Company.
from Victoria
 Wellington        8:e5 A.M.;""
On Saturdays an extra train leaves Nana- •
ta«-&r#-i£ anugSZ Corporation ofthe City of
.116:55 i'. m.. and Ic.-ae.  foi   Wellington  at
10:15 >' M.
POSTAt SERVICE,
. close daily for  Victoria
and   way   stations	
Arrive	
Close for Wellington...
For Comox, Alberni and
way stations every Wednesday 	
aS A.
12:20  A.
11:45   *•
7   I'. M,
fl. H. BLAKEWAY & 00.
IMPORTING AND DISPENSING
CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS.
The Nanaimo Pharmacy
COMMERCIAL   STREET.
Physician Prescriptions carefully compounded
Country oralers promptlv attended lo.
OLD FLAG INN
COR. BASTION AND SKINNER
STREETS,
N A N A I M O,
XBNKINSi
I'roprlctor.
NOTICE.
Messr*
to notify
posed ol"
Nanaimo, B. 0.
By-Law to appoint a lime and place for
hearing complaints against Real Estate Assessments. Whereas hy a by-law dated the
6th day of May, 1889, the 13th day of May was
appointed for the return by the Assessor t*
the Municipal Council ofthe Real Estate Assessment Roll, for the year 1889,
and, whereas the said roll was returned en
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 on
I thc said roll.
He il therefore enacted by the Mayor and
Aldermen of the city ol Nanaimo as  follows:
1. That all complaints that have been
I duly matlc, or shall be duly made, by any
I person or persons of his or their assessments
as the same may appear on the said assess
! ment roll for the year 1889, shall be heard at
the city council chamber, Nanaimo, on Tuesday, the 18th day ofjune, 1889, at the hour
of 10 o'clock in the forenoon and at 2 o'clock
in lhe afternoon, or as soon thereafter as the
said complaints can be heard.
2. This by-law may be cited for all purposes as the appeal by-law,  1889.
Passed by the Municipal Council this 3r«
alay aifjunc, 1889,'atlirmed by the Municipal
Council this 10th day ofjune, 1889.
S. GOUGH, M.   BATE,
C M. C. Mayor.
r. mm,
Russell McDonald <*t Co., Peg
the public tliat tlicy have dis-
__ their branch Btore in this citv. L.       ■ ,,,   ,     . .,-„ „     j.
■The store will ho. closed after the lirsl of Gencral Bl«cksmith**4 Cairia-*e Biulder.
July anal from now  until that date we i          BaStlOIl StlSBt Bllla"*, JanaiBO, B.C.
will soil our stock ul cost.     All debts not 	
Settled   Oil   or   before   .lltnc 80th, Will be   With Na»w rramisc,   Modern "ilachinenr and] Fir,
sueai for. Clan  Workmen, all Styles of waj
russkll McDonald a co.
if Nnnaimo. 13. 0., June 1st, 1889.
1 mo
INii DONE.
(.aniages antl Uaigaies will b,
to orafar,
Wafoti:
bolll|
i HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTV.   REPAIR THE  NANAIMO COURIER, SUNDAY    JULY   7,   1889.
nanaimo:-: courier East Wellington Sports-
5UMDAY, J I'l.y
18SH.
CHURCH   NOTICES.
BAPriST.
Services Bun-lay, 7th inst,'
LOCAL  AND  GENERAL.
I HI,I tl>l IS M'UK'I .*>.
Thanks to llio indefatigable energy of
Messrs. Sum Gray uiial I'. Hague, of lhc
company's store, July 4th, was celebrated
here by u mosl enjoyable afternoon's
sport.
The most exciting race of the day was
that between Messrs. Roberts and Hague,
Roberts eventually winning witb a bit in
bund.
The following is a list of tbe winners of
the events, whicli included bout racing,
loot racing, jumping, etc.
Sculling raci—.1. Endean lsi. I'.
Roberta 2nd.
Girls' sculling rtii'a—Miss M. Gray.
Shooting match—P, Hague.
Eighty-yard flat race—P. Hague.
Hop, (lap and jump—8. Mi-Cuiiliiy.
Greasy pole—J*. McGery,
Egg anal s]ioim nice—Geo. Milton
Uiinning long jinni
I, J. McGery2.
A   Very   Enjoyable  Day's
Sport-Cricket, Football
and Races.
Yesterday was the last
enjoyable davs' amusement ttt East Wellington in celebration of the Fourth of
July. The.weather, as during tho two
previous days, wa.- everything that could
be wished for, und everyone seemed io
hnve ti good time.
Rev. James
A. Banton will preach in < lood Templars'
Hall, 11 a. m.. 7 p. in. Subject, morning: "The Fatherhood of God;" evening. "Tlie Cry of the Lost." All are welcome.
PRESBYTERIAN.
St. Andrew's, Fill William slreet, Kev.
James Millar, Morning service 11 "'clock:
evening service 7 •'clock. Sunday school,
2 p. 111.. Prayer meeting every Wednesday
f three very evening at 7130.
METHODIST.
Kev.   Joseph   Hall   will hold   services  :it
II      o'clock   a.    in.    Sunday    school    and
Bible,   p,   in.-, evening service, 7 p. rn.
s-r.  I'ai'l.'s.
wus considerably loss
previous days, owing
The attention
than on tlm tw
probably to tbe knowledge thai the"'
Battery Hand had lefl for Vicioria, which
was a great loss, as their efficient playing
added very much to the day's pleasure,
A  greal many ladies woro  attracted tu
11 11, 111. morning praver, and sermon
)■.  in. Sunday School,   7 p. tn. even
■ nig and sermon.
ROMAN   CATHOl H .
t.   Peter's Wallace  streel.   Rev.   Father
ry, Service, morning, every other Sunday
the grounds by the cricket match, which;*1! ,lle hour of 9 ami 11, a. m.i evening serfs usually very Interesting to the fair sex, \ ''*'''' ",l"cl'
U.S. Mi Canlav Ii,r* 'hev '"in monopolize the attentions of
1 tin- hatting team,
10.
TIME    CARD    No
TO TAKE EFFECT AT 8:ao A. M.|,ON SAT- !
URDAY, MARCH  josh, ,880, TRAINS
RUN ON.PACIFIC jSTANDAR
-;8
Itli'Ki:)' MATCH.
Two-oared race—Warned* aV Falconer.
The band which was advertised to play
during the afternoon did hot turn nut,
owing, we presume, to thelack ol rehearsals.
After the sports a most enjoyable dance dMM7butTtllfwas1rervf-t<
was given by Mr. Endean at bis private
residence, where dancing was kept up
wilb great  spirit  until  tho  "wee sma'
hours,"
*ll4'lli«»(tiS)l Church S*ro»-..',-l y.
The tbo land on which Ibe Methodist
Church now stands was put up for auction
A very interesting game of cricket was yesterday and  sold  to S. Gouuh,  who
played between two local loams tor a acted on "behalf of tbo Church Trustoes.
prize of $20. Tlie ground, being new, was  Tho price paid wus *8,500.   The property
nf course, not all that conlclhave been will possibly be sold to the Ashlar Lodge
PBoviKCLiLSECBErAEY'soFFioEiEsouJn-aii & Nanaimn
HIS HONOB the Lieutenant-Governor D   •■
has been pleased to make  the foi-1 ll3llW3V'
lowing appointments:—     '
lib July, 18811.
Ghiiiiiii: Ciiiiisrn: Tinsiu.i.. Esquire,
stipendiary Magistrate, to be Government Agent, Gold Commissioner. Assistant Commissioner of Lands and
Works. Registrar under the "Marriage
Arts," to receive applications for registration and record under tho provisions of
the "Land Registry Acts," and a Court
of Revision and Appeal under the "Assessment Act," all for lhc Wesl Kootenay District, and Collector of Votes for
the Farwell Polling Division of tbe Electoral District of Kootenay, vice G. M.
Sprout.
Fhediikii'k Hussey, Esquire. Government Agent, Kniuloojis, io be Gobi Commissioner for that portion of tbe Electoral
District of Yale which Ib situated to the
west of the 1-Uib meridian, and to tho
north of the southern limit oi tbo Kail-
way Belt, vice G. c. Tunstnll.
Jiiiin CiAi'i'Eitrn-:, of Nicola, Esquire,
.1. P., to be a Recorder under the "Mineral Act," Assessor and Collector under
tha' "Assessment Act," and a Collector
under tho "Provincial Revenue Tax Act,"
for tho Siiiiilkanici'ii District, rice Arbhi-
halil Irwin.
For Shirts,
Pants,
Scarfs, Ties, Collars, Etc.,
TO-
T.   L.   B ROW HE   Ss   CO.,
-J -£ <£*    -
*%£
VICTORIA   CRESCENT.   NANAIMO.
A liar-re Meier.I 1  lleuta* nml i|„j», Farnlafctu-r**.
"Good Value at Lowest Cash Prices.
"»»
New  Nlorlt.
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TEN DEES.
SHIPPING NEWS.
The steamer Mexico sailed last nighl
with a cargo of coal for San Francisco.
The steamer southern California, Capt.
Rains, arrived lasl night. She will load
coal for San Francisco.
The ship Ivy is loading coal tor San
Francisco.
The ships Oregon nnd A. McCallum
are waiting to load coal for San Francisco.
1VE1.T.IKGTOX.
Tbe ship Glory of the Seas is loading
coal for San Francisco.
The ship Kennebec is waiting hev nun
in load coal for Snn Francisco.
BAST  WKI.UNIIT
ship Gen. Fairchild  cleared for
rythin
considered,
S.  Parrott bowled  very  well   for the
winning team, and Howe made a good
I attempt to strengthen the scorn of lhe
losing team.
Following is the score:
S. Parrot! li Miller  a
II. leitson b Cavandagh  1
J. Sillier li Cavandagli	
Va*. Parrott !' Cavanaagt. 10
|. Stringer l> liuffey  7
N.McFarlane b Duffy.
I ir. Walkem b lbill'v.'.
I. McKinley b Howe .
I. Daklnb I'.uli'v	
K Ineseli Howe	
K. Howe 1101 "	
Oi Free Masons.
Total.
.65
sterday witli a cargo ol
San Francisco y
coal
The bark   Bundaleer will commence
loading coal for San Francisco nt once.
PERSONAL.
. Crease returne
Vic
1:
Wi.les   a
No balls    1
V,. Parrolt, 1 aptain.
S. Parrot! ir„ b W Parrott        a.
M. Duffy b M.l'arbna-   7
j. Howell Miller lb
V.. Davis, run out.  -
D. Cavandagli b Parrott  3
II. Gouley b I'arruti  1
\V. Lollley b Parrott  a.
A, McKinley b Parrott ■  0
I. Nash h .Miller  o
i. Jones li Miller  ... 0
II.' Ellisno't oiic.n    t
,t.,|.i.,
Total..
Wi.les	
Nn balls	
.,6
FIRST BAN K
—K.S1AIII.IS11KII    IN—
City 0 Nanaimo
HANK    OF
Tenders are .invited up to Thursday,
July nth at 0:80 p. m., (or certain additions to thc Now Opera House now in
course of erection. Plans may be obtained from J, Mahrer. Lowest or any
tender not necessarily accepted.
TENDERS.
The Nanainio Hospital Committee will
receive tenders until Monday, July 0th
at noon for alterations and additions to
tho N'aiiaimii Hospital. Plans and specifications to be seen ou application to Mr.
J. Pawson, i'ho lowest or any lender
not necessarily accepted.
DONALD SMITH,
lion. Secretary.
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CAPITA I,
rHARTRK. 1S 6 ii. - B
•9,000.00(1
London   OfFICH—**8 Cornliill,   ondon,      Braiichei
at s.-iii PronclscOt Portlandi Or*. Victoria, New
Westminster, Vancouver, Nanaima and
|Kamloopt,
a **•■<■ ms unit ('orregpoitrieiitJii
In Canada—Tbe Haul; of Montreal and branches,
Unitbd Stai bs—Agents BanJ* of Montreal, 59 Wall
Globe : Hotel.
FRONT ST  NANAIMO
Good accommodations.   Pino view of
tlio  Bay.    Only  Brat-class   brands ol
Wines. Liquors and Cigars supplied,
j'v4-ii'     NICHOLSON a*1 SCOTT, Props.
NOTICE
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Paper Hanging, Kalsomining, Interior Decorations, Etc., Done at
Reasonable Rates.     Post Office Box 176.
** tt "5   0 .*• si- o ac 00 an rC. ri ri «" o os -at-
o g -   t"i*i*v**ltC>S*1**l*t "-' " n "1 T
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Hon. II. 1'. 1
torla yesterday.
Miss M. Gibson and Miss Barker were
passengers to Victoria yesterday..
A. Haslem, M. P. P., and wife Weill I"
tho Capital yesterday.
J. Auge, Assistant Telegraph Manager,
Nanaimo, wont to Victoria yesterday to
attend tlie Telegraph Operators re-union
in Victoria.   He will return to-morrow.
A. R. Johnston and S. Bernard arrived
by the noon Irain yesterday.
Mr. McElmen leaves Uiis morning on
11 trip Soutli, and proposes to visit Los
Angeles, Santa Barbara and other points,
returning Ibe last of the month,
>••
'I'll,' Allicrl,-,.-* Clip.
The Moup yacht Titania, desiguod by
Burgess,and the Katrlna.by (,'ary Smith,
of New York, have been making a trial
of strength during the past week, Both
are about seventy feet long on tlie water
line, or conn'under tbo rule of seventy-
footers. The Titania won the lirst two
races and the Ivatrina the third, which
which was started Saturday in New York
Bay, umler a strain-; breeze. The Tribune
says both yachts exceeded the fastest
time ever before made over the same
course. It is generally believed in Now
York that either yacht wonlil be a match
forthe Valkyrie. It II probable that thc
races tbev bave undertaken were partly
in anticipation of a possible selection lo
defend the America's cup. Both will be
obliged to enter tbe trial races before a
selection can be made. All depends now
upon Lord Dunravcu ami (be action of
the Royal Yacht Club upon the deed of
gift, under which the America's cup must
Be held if it goes to England, li is to he
hoped lhat a race will be sailed.
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HI,te Accident.
A serious accident occurred in No. ;i
Mine yesterday. Wilkinson Richards,
boss pusher in that mine, while attending to the cage, which bad stuck In Ibe
shaft, was jerked from bis position and
doubled up between the cage and the
shaft and his back was broken, lie wns
conveyed to the hospital and bis injuries
were attended to by the Colliery Surgeon,
The patient was fairly easy lasl night,
.— -... 1' —
1'iioiourapli* !, 1 I'opuliir Prices.
Mr. John I'ren of the Mainland Photograph Company, arrived In the cily lasl
evening and is prepared to take first-class
photographs at Popular Prices. Photo's
of resiliences, groups and scenes also
taken. Mr. I'ren will be in the city but
a short time and parties wishing photographs will do well to call upon bim immediately, Will start business Monday. "
I'leix ii»|-<- Walkl'is;.
Tbe Davison Bros., late of the Cliff
House, .San Krancisco, are in the city
antl will give 11 performance to-morrow,
opposite the Koyal Hotel, at ii p. 111. and
7 p. ni. The Davison Bros, are well-
known, antl have everywhere the reputation of lieing lirsl class. Thoy will lie
worth seeing.
- -  - .*.-
OrntlMlr)'.
Dr. llartiunn, tbe prominent dentist
of Victoria will be in Wellington, July
loth, and will stay at Wellington for one
day only, lie will be ready to perform
all oppcrations in dentistry, lie will be
in Nanaimo on the Kith and 17th at his
old room at the Koyal Hotel, wishing
his patients to be on time. t
«,lilll,'s  v. li.umlooi"..
A match game of baseball between tbe.
Amities, of Victoria, and tbe Kamloops
nine was played yesterday on the Caledonia pic-nic ground, Victoria, and
resulted in nn easy victory for Kamloops.
The score standing as follows: Kamloops
12, Victoria ".
tilOS-Oh.
.Spencer A i'erkins are again to the
front with a splendid supply of elovca
and ladies necessaries.   '
—-—-*sv.	
Lace curtains at cost price. Boys'
suits at cost. Carpets at cost at Arthur
Bullock's.
 •••	
New flannel boating and cricket shirts
and coats just received at tha Box store,
Victoria Crescent.
- «•.	
If you want a cheap stove go to J. H.
Pleace, In? has a line stock at allprices.
The great sale of dry gooils at cost
price still continues at Arthur Bunoek's.
The great sale of dry goods at cost
price still continues nt.ArthurBullock's.*
'Jl HIT   MATCH.
The quoit match for a prize Df*t>0ex
clteda great amount   of interest among     Str, et, New York! —Bank of Montreal, Chicago
North Countrymen.     There  were  eight ; U»it«i, Kingdom—Bank of British Columbia,; 1
entries and the game continued without
intermission until late in the evening.
The game was played in heats.
Tin'following names wore entered:—
n, McVee, T. Gainwell, D. Bennie, T.
Mtincie, J. Bell. R, Aitken. W. Bowater
and J. iitken,
After hard and skilful playing the
prize was won hv W. Bowater, who hns
a greal local reputation ns a "ipiolisi."
III.ASS I'.AI.I. SIlllOTIN'll.
Tl
*10,
Cornhill, I ilon: National Provincial Bank i i
Knglanilj North anal South Wale, Hank;
Hriiish Linen  Company's   Bank;*
Bank of Ireland,
ilia, China, lupan, Australia, N'naa- Zealand llu
King ami  Shanghai   Bunk   Corporation-
Chartered Hunk of India, Australia nml
,'liioo, English, Scottish and Austrn-
liian Chartered  Hunk,  Hunk of
Australasia • Commercial
Hunk Co., of Sydney.
Kxioi and South Amrrica—London   Hank
Mexico nnd Smith America.
glass  hall   shooting for a prize of
iitracioil   groat attention ami thc
Telegraphic Transfers ami He
all p«
call ha- mails through I h
nt  ratis.
a to and I'm
- Hank :,!
TOM BELL.
shooting was very good all round. There
wore eight entries to shout at live balls
each, rise eighteen yards. The following
wore tlie entries: Kalph Hull. A, Blunt,
W. Anderson. J. Laiigham, U. .Mctlarglc,
R,Mason, D. Bennie and J. Bell, The
lirst four men broke live balls each, and |
in shooting off tbo the tie, at twenty-
three yards rise, Hall and Laiigham
divided'Ibe slakes.
—     •••
IIOMfil*   RACKS.
A private race was then started botween  "Fanny   11" and ''Johnny Mac.''
Half-mile and repeat, for a purse of $100.
I'lllsT HEAT,
"Fanny P."     I
"Johnny Mac"  2
"Johnny  Mae" got the inside place,
"Fanny 15" ran wild 011 the last quarter,
but eventually won by a head.
SBCOKU 111. AT.
"Johnny Mac" I
"Fanny 15"       -
The horse led the mare nearly to the
quarter on the home-stretch, where
"Fanny B" picked up wonderfully well
but eventually ran wild and lost bv a
bead.
I'lllltl) 11 HAT.
"Fanny B"        I
"Johnny Mac" 2
A good start was made but ut half distance the mare forged ahead and kept her ; Strictly First-Class.   Accommodation for r»j Ohm's
position  easily,   winning  hv  about  Iwo Convenient to'Rall-voy Station and Steam-
lengths. "hip Dock.
A great deal ol money changed  hands   CORNER 01*. HASTINGS & GRANVILLl
1
Id, OVERDUE ACCOUNTS DUETO
the undersigned nro requested lobe
paid, otherwise  tbey will he banded
0 solicitor for collection.
.1. II. PLEACE.
\f%rA.ASTT'X^X>.
I Sell at thc   Lowest   Prices In Town.
Ii' You aaill liny of Ma, You avill got YOUIt
Mtmaiya' Worilt,
FRUIT,   VEGETABLES,   TOBACCO,
CIGARS
Aim oilier smokers' requisites al lowest rrices in Town,
' NTED- A bedroom or bedroom and
sitting room by agontlemanboarding in town. Must he quiet (no
children) and within ten minutes' walk
of Commercial slreet. Apnlv Cocrirb
Office,
CALDWELL & LEWIS,
• ■».
• THE	
Fashionable : Tailors
*••
CALDWELL & LEWIS,
-•♦
Commercial Street    -        Nannimo,  13, C*
■tplj*i m
St. : Paul's : Church
OX SAII KliAYS A\» MM>AVS.
Return ticked wlll_ lie fluued between al potnu
maj
tlayi
| for a dingle faro good for return Monday-
Return tickets fnr one ami a half ordinary fare may
be purchased dally io all points- good for Hire    '
Including the day of issue.
No return tickets issued f'-r a single fare -..he.
such fare is ?5 cents.
Through rates between Vicioria and Comox*
K. DUNSMUIR, President)
flJOS. HUNTER, General Superintendent)
U. K. PRIOR-General Freight ami Possenge
Atxenl.
DELMONICO    RESTAURANT
Oli-aroto JStx-oot, Nanaiimo, *B. O.
H.    DEMPSEY,     Proprietor.
FITTED Ul*    IN
THIS   RESTAURANT   HAS   BEEN  RECENTLY
FIRST-CLASS STYLE.
FURNISHED ROOMS, SINGLE OK IN   .SUITE, OAN BE HAD AT
ANY TIME.
0001) SAMPLE  ROOMS IN CONNECTION.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
I
Railway!
THE TRUE
Transcontinental Route
Ill-TWl.KS   Till'
Pacific : and : the : Atlantic
100000000000000000000000
SUMMER FETE
Piano _Tunjng. Raspberry"1': Festival
lis passenger equipment is the finest In lhe
world* consisting of LUXURIOUS SLEEPING
CARS having Drawing, Smoking anil Hath
Rooms; Comfortable anil Clean Colonist
Cars, with Free Sleeping Berths for holders
of second-class tickets; and most modern
style of day coaches.
ITS   DINING   CARS   AND   HOTBLSI
COAL!
THE   IffB'Ve
Vancouver Coal Mining
AND   LAND    Co.    (LIMITED.)
THF.   WELL-KNOWN   NANAIMO ANI) SOUTHFIELD   STEAM
OAS,    ANI)    HOUSE   COALS    ARE    MINED   ONLY    BY
THIS   COMPANY,  AT   THEIR ESPLANADE AND
'     SOUTH FIELD COLLERIES,  NEAR   THE
PORT   OF   NANAIMO.
OCEAN  STEAMERS  AND  THE   LARGEST   DEEP-SEA  VESSELS
LOAD  AT  THE COMPANY'S   WHARVES  AT ALL
STATES  OF THE  TIDE  AND  RECEIVE
PROMPT DISPATCH.
BORDERS KIR TI.'NINi'. ami REPAIKIN'I
*■-'   pianos anal organs, If left at lli'sofAc*, will be
ll.1. BE   lll'l.n ON'
attended to prompt.*,.
April i2
A. ANOERMAN
I. E   I. A N 1>     11 () U S E ,
PROUT     &    INSLEY,    Proprietors.
"THE GREEN"
Tuesday Evening, July 16th
AT SEVEN O'CLOCK.
ntuslc,    llnm-iiig,    I'lrrsvorkN,    V.tv.
oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
mi this nni'. "Johnny Mno" being
iuvoritr,   nntl   whon   tho  mart won it'
oinipi'il groul excitement.
POKY  RACK.
'i'hin wus ii rai'o forponles only,'._. mile
and repeat, Ior a purse of $26. It. Harvey's "Dubbin" wns entered nml another
lmrsp wns dlfllcull to obtain, ns everyone
was ol the opinion thai it wus a case of
"Hiibbin" lirst. real nowhere, but I'vcnt-
tiallv L. Peck entered liis pony "(Jrcy
Pete."    "Grey   Pete"   won   tho insiilei
place.
The (Imi Ileal ivhs won by "Grey Pole."
Before thr bursa's i*o* nwity u fulse start
wns mnile, although lhe startor hnd -.dvon
the wnrii "go," ii was dlsullowea, as]
"nubbins" jumped the track just behind
tho wire.
On  starting  tlie  second  timo both
hursi's ran well together to the first quar- j
tor whon "Dobbin" again became un-1
manageable und rushed into the bush.
"Grey Pete" runtered round tbi*  the
track and won.
The second heal mis won by "Grey
Poto" in n cantor, In Ihis heat the
ponies wero started nl. tlie scratch, and
"Dobbin" ran nd' the track near the wire
bul was brought back, and I*. l'eck, who
was riding "Grey Pete," slowed up his
horse and shouted "come on." Doh-
liin" then started and at the half distance
made a grand spun and nearly caught up
to his opponent. At the quarter "'Dobbin" was ahead and kept his lead until
within u tow yards of tlie winning post,
when he got excited and bolted nil'the
track.
Lots of youngsters bet their quarters
nn "Dobbin" niid went home looking
very glum.
tin a straight track "Dobbin" would
hnve won easily.
TOOTH.'1.1..
The football match, Association rules,
Nanitimo v. Wellington, for a prize of
m, resulted in a tie. The piny was fnst
and exciting, each side scoring a goal,
II'M'IXU.
The management deserve great praise
for the celerity with which they supplied
the place of tae "C" Battery Band with
tbe Nanaimo String Band, so that their
visitors should not be disappointed in
their hopes of a ilnnce in the evening.
Tlie dance wns thoroughly enjoyed by
nbout fifty couples, und wns kept up until
a lute hour, thus finishing the greatest
three days sport that hns ever heen held
on the islnnd.
Ice Cold Milk Shake at Pimbury's. *
STREETS.   VANCOUVER.   B.   C.
G.  W.   BIGGER
^
VICTORIA,   B.O
—WII li OIVK—
; tick Id's—Price. BO cents each, may
j br obtained from tlio Chun-liwurdens,
I w. II. *-'. Perkins and G. H. Blakeway,
! luul from the Ladles of iho Congregation.
THE
BXELS10B MARKET
provjde the best quality of food in unlimited
quantity at reasonable rates.
THE VARIETY AND GRANDEUR  OF
SCENERY
alonj-   ils  line  is  unequalled, anal in the ale
tails of track, train service, etc., nothing is
omitted that can add to the Safety anal Comfort   of its patrons,     All in all, il gives the
best    anal   most serviceable  line  of travel,
Whether for business  or  pleasure,   between
Portland, Tacoma, Seattle,  Victoria, anal all '
Pacific Coast Points, anal \vinnipeg, Minne-!
apolis, St. Paul, Chicago, St. Louis, Ottawa, |
tet0emMcf£,, BMton*N8wYorkH   VANCOUVER  FURNITURE  WAREHOUSE STILL  AT THE FRONT.
THROUGH    TICKETS   [Goods sold on the installment plan.   We carry a full line of House Furnishing
This is Hilbert's "ad" and Don't
You Forget It.
In  the
1 lhe
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rayon,Indian Inkor WaterColors
ui ihe Pacific
The BEST WORK
('nasi
Opposite Italian Hotel, Haliburton street
R H.ROWE,Prop.
Constantly on hand a full assortment of
Choice Meat & Vevetables!NANAIMO,   B. C.
arc   issued  to all  principal   point
United Stales,  Canada  antl Europe
Lowest Rates.
ROUT.   IRVING,   Freight   anil    Passenger
Agent, Gov'.. St., Victoria.
A. E. PLANTA, Ticket Agenl, Nanaimo,
I). E. I1R0WN, D. F. and Passenger Agenl.
Vancouver.
P. GABLE,
Cigar:-: Manufacturer,
Bastion St.,
Goods,   Linoleums, Carpets and  Parlor 1'i'ilroiini Suits, made lo order ill
style, color or pattern.   Wo keep the largost stool* of Wall Paper
of any House in the city.   All our Upholstering alone on
tlio premises.   Cliildrens' Carriages, Crocker*'.
Glassware, China Electro-plated ware
Tahle Cutlery,
NEW
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PRICK
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charge.
Of   Ihi
Short Bridge, Victoria Orescent, Nanaimo, B.C.
Importer and Defllei in (til Kinds of
Builders'  Hardware   and   Carpenters'  Tools,
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Table and Pocket Cutlery, Stoves.
Ranges nnd Pitrlor Grate*.,
Conl Oil, Tahle Lamps
and Pitting*.
PAINTS - ASSORTED COLORS,
White Lead, Shot, Guns,
Hides nnd Cartridges,
Hope, Etc., Etc.
ALL KINDS OF WALE PAPER.
Mouse Furnishing Goods of all Kinds
Term Gotta Oliimney Flues.
BSts.    A full assoitnienl
lowest market rates.
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Smoke the celebrated "Nanaimo Enterprise" cigar.
Best in the Market.
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IMrORTEIl 01'
ENGLISH anii CANADIAN'MERCHANDISE,
Commercial Strbbt, Nanaimo,  2|^C,
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JOHN BOYD,
— Wholesale  and  Retail —
IWINE AND TEA MERCHANT,
I _ Yates ^Street   Victoria    B.   C.
Tlio  Steamer
R. DUNSMUIR
I Leaves Vancouver for Nanainio on Mon-
!    days, Thursdays and Fridays at 2:15
p.m., on the arrival of the Eastern
mails.
i Leaves New Westminster for Nannimo !
;    Mondays nnd Wcdnesdnys nt 7 a.m.
*Et*.©t*u.x**nI*ri*ft*,
Leaves Nanaimo for  Vancouver  Tuea-
;    days, Thursdays and Fridays at 7 a.m.
Leaves Nanaimo ior New Westminster
Tuesdays and Saturdays at 7 a. m.
f**r AGENT   FOR  THFJ GENUINE   SINGKl:   SEAVLVG   MACHINE.
Parties wishing n general outfit of FnmitUl'O will do well by examining my stock
liclhi-c buying elsewhere. Also the host equipped Undertaking establishment
this side of Sun Francisco, nnd tho only einlinlnipr in tlie eilv. Note tli*
Itddross nnd don't you forget it.
Bastion, Front and Wharf Streets, Nanaimo.
J, Hilbert, -     Proprietor.
-IMPORTEB   OF-
StovesJ Grates, Ranges, Pumps, Lead Pipes, Zinc, and
General Hardware.
Manufacturer of Tin, Copper, Mno and  Sbeel-iroii  Ware.   ^TAIelnl   Roofing
nnd Repairing.    A full line of Hardware ol all description constantly
in stoelt nt bolloin prices.    A cal! solicited.
"Walter Wilson, - Commercial St.
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