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KUBKCKIDK   VOU                             '.
The : Nanaimo : Courier
The   Largest   Circulation.
Vol. 1.
tmmtt.
THE   :   COURIER
IS  AS
Excellent Adicrtisiiix Medium
1889.
No. 36
DAVIES & BEVERXDGE.
ICLOTMIEK
NEW TO-DAY.
OTJB SI'KINU STOCK OF
[Men's,Boys' & Youths' Clothing is now Complete
Fine Display of Furnishing Goods,
Straw Hats, Etc, Fate.
LOWEST PRICES.
Nanaimo River, B.C.
This hotel jh Bltuotod fivo miles frOD
Niirjiiniu, un tlio Nannimo River, whir]
affords tne finest flshinK lo ho found
tho bland. Gome of all kinds
bo found near Iuto.
an ale
I LARGEST STOCK.
WE     WILL     SKLL    AT
fAtT Inspection Solicited.
PKI011S     THAT
DEFY
Mn
OOMPF.TITION.
,ii ii- Building.
GREAT SAXE OE
DRY
■_■
GOODS
TO 1!F. CLEARK11 OUT REGARDLESS OE COST.
Sale to Commence on Saturday,
FAIL NOT' TO NEGLECT AN OPPORTUNITY SUCH AS THIS,
ARTHUR BULLOCK'S Crescent Store
9 %   \   \   \   \   \   %   \   \   \   \   5,   5,   8   \   \   I   '   K   *\
Others May Sell at Less Than Cost. We
When a man dares us to commit suicide with him we beg off.
must excuse US from suicidal prices, Ijiii we'll give you lowest
prices now, ami ever after. W
so as to bait you Into our trap to charg
Vou
living
do not intend to sell cheaper to-day
you extortionate prices
Veritable   Paradise
Sportsmen.
for
Tourists and others will  find
iccommodation, anil all tho tie
ind luxuries of life at thoabovi
EUROPEAN NEWS.     TEXADA ISLAND.
imii'i.
Louis Rowan, - Prop'r.
National Assurance Co'y
Of Xx"ol<n.xa.d,
CAPITAL, 1)^,000,000.
KST.HIl.lSIIKIl 1822.
I'I
Rates.
pttiil   in
Insurance   al   Curren'
Lobhob adjusted ond promptly
Victoria.   Agcnl lor Nanaimo niul l>
tricl. JOHN M. KI'DD,
Al .lolin Hubert's Fiirnittiro Store
A11 28-tf
A8:
NOTICE.
nil'', UNDERSIGNED IS IfCTIll-
ing from bttsineHS ho begs to notify
nil persons indebted to liim to settle
tlii'ir accounts on or before tho80th June
proximo. Accounts remaining unpaid
after that date will bo placed in the
hands nf nn attorney lor collection, All
persons to whom the undersigned in in-
ilrlili'il are requested to hand In their
claims fnr payment, on or bcloro tin*
above mentionod dates.
.IAS. HARVEY.
Nanaimo, loth April, '80,
DENTISTRY.
OK. A. ('. WEST, DENTIST OE VI
im in, will be in Nannimo on Salt
day evening, April 27th, and ronin
HUSH   EVICTIONS.
London, April 22.—A largo number of
Belgians, including man) members of
the Garde Oivique, in full uniform, have
arrived al Dover to witness the rnancov-
res of the Volunteer*, Rarely, if over
before, have these military evolutions
excited so much Interestabroad, asattes-
it'il by the steady influx of foreign visitors, ami the occasion will therefore lie
one of unusual brilliancy, General Boulanger will arrive al Folkestone, viaOs-
tenil, to-morrow. I lis friends resent the
assertions that his departure from Brussels was compulsory, and declare that he
will return to tho Belgian Capital after a
brief sojourn in London. Negotiation*
for tbo settlement of tho trouble* proposed by Thomas \V. Russell, M. P., fnr
South Tyrone, which promised a speedy
niul satisfactory ending, have heen suddenly sloppeil i|y Ihe obstinacy of one of
tho holders, a Mrs. Dixon. This woman
Ib the mother of an Irish-American, who
returned from the United states In Fch-
ruary, and irol po*Be*Bioit of the farm,
from which tho former tenant had lieen
I'ji'fli"'. Dixon installi'il his mother In
possessiu'i of tbe farm, and went hack to
Anii'i'ii'it. The mother, who was evicted
from the Hume farm in'M-U, refuses to
accept Ihe terms suggested by Mr. Russell, or indeed nny other than ber own.
and the probabilities an'that hostilities
between Captain Vandeleur and his tenants will he speedily resinned.
\ KINIll.v ACT.
Copenhagen, April 'i'i.—Upon receiving the now* of rescue of the passengers
and crew of the steamer Denmark, King
Christian drove to the residence of llio
wife of tho physician of lhat vessel to
personally Inform her nf her husband's
safety.
THEY  WON'T ALLOW IT.
Edinburgh, April 22.— Three popular
meetings were held here to-day at each
of which it resolution was passed protesting against ihe presentation ol the
freedom of the city to Mr. Parnell.
r OE Vic-
tur-
^^^^_^_^^^ ''"
three days. Persons desiring dental
work done will please call early and
make, appointments, All operations
Btriotly lirsl-eliiHs ami warrantod, Teeth
extracted without pain without using
gas, other or chloroform.
Office — Private Pahlobs, Ckntual
IIllTEL.
Ap 21-80
to-morrow.
SPENCER   k  PERKINS,
■XTXCTOXIXA.    KDXX.XatStGXQlSi'r.
DELMONICO    RESTAURANT
Olixirolx Stroot, BiTarialnio,  33. O.
H.    DEMPSEY,     Proprietor.
THIS
RESTAURANT   HAS   BEEN   RECENTLY
FIRST-CLASS STYLE.
FITTED UP   IN
FURNISHED ROOMS, SINGLE OR IN
ANY TIME
SUITE, CAN BE HAD AT
GOOD SAMPLE ROOMS  IN  CONNECTION.
Two
PIONEER
FOR    S A
Million
L E
Bricks
Take Notice,
\Vi. OPEN DTK NEW STORK
\V Bullock's Brick Block, Viet
li    CrOsoent, Juno Ist, '80, nnd w<
tend carrying
and herewith
standing debts
Mav loth. '80.
colloctloi
IN
ii'ia
in-
on a strictly cash trade,
give notice thai all out-
miisl he paid ou of boioi'C
or tbev will he placed for
II. AARONSON A CO.,
Clothiers and Outfitters.
MILAN   IN   A   NKW
Belgrade,  April   22.
The Vast Mountain of Untold
Mineral Wealth.
AN    INTERESTING   DESCRIPTION.
Of    tlie
Island     by
Observer,
Ictual
[From onr Special Correspondent.]
Tkxai'a, Headquarters or Courier,
Subpbhb Lode, Ai'rii. is, 'So.
i hold-
PHASER STREET, NEAR I'.ASTIONJ
STREET BRIDGE,
E. J. Wenborn; - Proprietor.
Repairing and refitting of all kinds of
machinery promptly attended to in a
thorough manner.    Brass iittiugs of all
kinds made lo order,
fBycllAHdKS    ;-:   REASONABLE.
Ap2-tf
BOLE.
• The journal
kbobran declares thai ox-King Milan
has become a monk in Jerusalem, with
a view of ultimately being proclaimed
Patriarch of all Servla,
IN  A  DAD WAY.
st. Petersburg, April 22.—ll Is said
that the Czar is in a slate of extreme
nervous excitement, produced by his,
constant dread of an attempt upon his
life.
a.uiiaiii.i; WISHES,
London, April 22.—Ai u state luncheon
which took place at the Dublin Mansion
House yesterday. Archbishop Walsh ox-
pressed the hope that tho causes which
had led to tho abrogation of tbe former
custom of electing Catholic and Protestant Lord Mayors alternately would soon
beremovod,  and    that   the    reinstated
custom would thereafter bo strictly observed.
A   IIHYAL WIXNKIt.
l.ouiloti, April 22.—Tu-diiy til Manchester the Easter steeple chase and hurdle races, Lancashire handicap steeple
chase plate of a thousand sovereigns, was
won li\' Magic, owned hv the Prince of
Wales,
A nkw i.i'ini  i.ikctknant.
Dublin, April   22.—The    Irish  Times
says: Lord Brownlow lias aeeeplcd the
vice royaltysbip of Ireland,
linOWLOW   lllCNIES IT.
London, April 22.—Lord Brownlow
denies the stntomenl Hint he has accepted the position of Lord Lieutenant of
Ireland and emphasizes his denial by declaring that tlio place has never —
offered to him.
JAS. &. FAIRBURN,
Boot A Shoemaker,
HAS REMOVED TO
BASTION    STREET,
BY   THE
STEAM   BRICK   YARD.
COUGHLAN   &   MASON   Proprietors,   VICTORIA,    B.   C.
Post Office Box i io.
A. R. JOHNSTON k Co.
ters k Commission Merchants
BASTION STREET & GORDON'S WHARF,
1ST Jk. KT JL. x DM o.
TV  FULL   L.IN"JE  QF
Finest   Groceries   and   Fresh   Provisions
K EP T    IN   STOCK.
Ships    Disbursed   and    Supplies   Furnished
r
FAMILIES  AND   SHIPPING   SUPPLIED.   GOODS   DELIVERED   TO ALL
PARTS   OF   CITY   AND   VICINITY.
AGENT    FOR   PACIFIC   COAST     STEAMSHIP    COMPANY
AGENT FOR THE EAST COAST STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Next
MTRopt
alteiuieil  to
Ap2:t-tf
Hilbert's   Furniture
Warehouse.
jrlng ol all kinds promptly
PHYSICIANS.
hoi
L.
T. DAVIS, M. ll. ('. M., Physician
and Surgeon. Smith's Building,
Commercial street, Nanaimo, B.C.
Reward of $20.
REWAR
fur 11
the i
OF
Ihe dis.'
parlv i
of tho
♦20 WILL BE PAID
ivory ami conviction of
r parties who en tho
evontng oi too 2111I1 of April did mall-
eiouslv tamper with tho East Wellington
utilize.      (Signed) 1
WM. BADCOCK.
Russell McDonald & Co.,
GENERAL    DEALERS
Auctioneers
COMMERCIAL   ST.
NANAIMO.
Sell
the  regular  way
Prices ana .it th.
at  Rock-Bottom
Saturday Night Auction Sale
TO   THE    HIGHEST   BIWIBRS.
POSITIVELY   WITHOUT RESERVE,
UNITED STATES NEWS
A   JEALOUS   DEED,
Lebanon, Ohio, April 22.—A torriblo
double murder was committed here last
night, Frank Linn, a single man, killed
Mrs. Frnnkin Noah, and Ihen himself.
Mrs. Noah was shot Iwiee ami expired
without uttering a word. Linn shot
himself ami fell overdend in the kitehon,
while his victim lay in a pool of blood In
the front room. Mrs. Noah's husband,
Will Noah, has heen absent from home
for Severn I weeks, and she has lieen seen
several limes with Una, Linn was
about 28 years old, and probably committed Ihe deed through insane jealousy.
FOREST PIKES.
Bellows Falls, W.T., April 22.—Pierce
foresl fires have been raging in Ihe woods
adjacent to this place for the past thirty-
sin hours. About leu square miles of
woodland have so far been burned over.
Several hundred cords of wood and many
thousand feet of logs have been dostroyon.
The damage will amount to many thousand dollars,
THE STREET C.UI   BT1UKE,
Minneapolis, April 22.—After dark lasl
ovonlng a largo crowd of sympathizers
wilh the street ear strikers congregated
on Riverside Avenue and lore up the
tracks in a number of  places,   and   also
placed obstructions of every description
al various points along the lino, They
threatened to treat other lines in Ihe
same way. At a meeting at Labor tei.t-
ple last evening a resolution was adopted
protesting against tlie payment by the
eity of the salaries ol those policemen
who assisted tho cempauy  In  running
ears.
SHIPPING NEWS.
The steamer Holier! I iiiusiiinir arrived
last evening from Vancouver with
freight and the following passengers:
Mrs Stevens, S Stevens, .1 Pargotor,
W A Jones, M Prioo, S Bondett, T Wall-
wood and W Cnwson.
[Consignees: Haslam & Lees, J llos-
. N E 1' Soeietv, .1 Sehl, Davies id
Boveridgo, A Mayer A Co., Hirst Bros.,
J Mahrer, ,1 Harvey, T B Hamilton, J
II Mt'Mullan, (I I'.ovilockway. Stephens
and Cai'iiiiehael.
WELLINGTON.
The steamer Snn Mateo is loading coal
at Departure Hay, and expects to sail today about noon.
The steamer Wellington Is waiting to
load coal for San Francisco.
The ship Kennebec is al Doparturo
Bay waiting her turn to load coal for Snn
Francisco.
EAST   WELLINGTON,
The steamer Empire Is loading coal for
San Francisco.
I!
The next claims visited wore 11
inns of the Invincible Company, nearest
so lhc water front on the  south   side of
the  island   and  adjacent   to the  above
meniio 1  property,   The Ural is the
Lily of the Valley, running north and
south. The centre pnsl is ou a good
looking ledge live feet In width and
easily traced tor two hundred yards;
there has heen 110 work done so far on
this claim, niul 1 see no reason why the
company should not tit once commence
prospecting so promising a lode. I
broke some quartz which showed pyrites
Of iron and copper, the presence of
which indicate a large neroontago of tho
precious metals, To tne west, and running parallel wilh tho Lily is the Blue
Boll lode, the property of the
Ill.l'E IIEI.I. COMPANY,
nf Nanaimo, of which I will speak later
tin. To the south of litis and running
south—being an extension of the Blue
Boll—is tho Welsh Oak. Several well
ilelineil ledges were crossing this property in aii oblique direction and one can
be traced foi* a short distance running
from north to south within its boundaries. Next comes the Eastern Star
which is an extension ou the south eml
of tlie Little Gem—Dr, Pra?ger's claim—
upon which considerable work lias been
done, and which is looking well. The
lode is n good one, drawing comparisons from others, and is also running through lie Eastern Star upon
which, as yd. no prospecting has been
done. Then comes the Bismarck claim
the last of tho Invincible Company's
properties, There has heen no work
done on this claim, and lhc notice which
should have lieen on the post was blown
or torn off, 1 found it at some distance
from the post and replaced it with anew
one which I tacked up myself. There
has heen 110 work done on Ibis claim
though a good Looking ledge is plainly to
he seen on the claim. On my way lo
this and other claims above mentioned 1
saw the claims of Messrs. Stirtan,
I'riest, Jones, and Morgan running parallel with one another. They all arc ina
goodj|pcntion. I also visited E, Priest's
claim near tho Iron company's property
—the Northern Spy, upon which considerable prospecting has heen done. This
property has without doubt the richest
copper deposits I have yet seen on the
Island aim if for no other reason is very
valuable as a copper mine, though from
indications, it is evident that the ledge
is pregnant with silver in considerable
quantities. Surveyors are busy staking
off the boundary lines of the property,
lately bonded by the Texada Mining Co.,
and the stroke iif the axe can he heard
on every side, as an accompaniment to
the many blasts almost constantly being
fired by prospoctors in search of the
precious metals. Tin' excitement over
the last rich find of gold on tho Surprise
lode, has not yet subsided, and many arc
coming from all directions to look at the
workings and to interview those wlio can
tell them anything about the discovery.
New claims are being staked off wherever
there is vacant ground—and there is
plenty yet to be found—and it only requires these requisites to get it: A miner's license and a strong pair of legs to
carry you over the ground where unslaked ledges are to be met with.
There is so far one store oil Ihe island
kept in a tent, which is owned by a gentleman from Vancouver. My opinion is,
he is doing a good business. He sells
goods quite reasonably and is patronized
hy many. Here one can also get a "drop
of the creature" If his appetite calls
for it.
The Paget Sound Iron Company's extensive iron mines are within a mile and
a half of my present headquarters, and
although having Incidentally referred to
thorn in a former letter, I thought a
brief description of their winkings might
be interesting, and so paid Ihem a visit.
I was met by Ibe manager, .Mr. J. \V,
Mel Hew, who kindly showed me everything of Interest through the works. The
easiness of Ihis mountain of iron is wonderful to heboid, it having boon computed
In contain many millions Of almost
pure iron in sight. The economic principle of mining and shipping the ore has
here heen broughl to a minimum, the
ore being blasted from near the top, ami
after being broken into pieces of a size
convenient for handling, it is convoyed
in wheelbarrows to a shutc fifty yards in
length, where il Is dumped, Arriving al
the bottom ii is dumped from tho bunker
Into small cars and run a distance of 100
yards to tho bead of tlie incline. Stationed llOi'O is  it  drum, fourteen foot   in
diameter, holding a Bteel ropo, which,
being attached to tlie full car at tlio lop,
gently lowers it to the bottom and al the
saiue'tiinc pulls up the empty one which
has just heen discharged, This incline
Is 300 yards long, with a pitch of one in
three. Five to ten fathoms of water are
found loss than 100 fool from tho shore,
where a wharf Is built, alongside of
which the largest vessel afloat could find
plenty of water. The steamer Ferndale
is carrying away 1600 tons of ore monthly
to Iioiiilaie, near Porl Townsend, where
extensive blast furnaces arc in operation
converting into merchantable pig iron
this mountain of magnetic ore, tho percentage of which roacTiosOO ond the average 06 per cent, of pure iron. This in
itself is a fortune, Whal then are the
possibilities yet undeveloped of fabulously rich mines of
(101,11,   SILVKU   ANll  COl'l'EllV
The time, which, in my humble opinion,
is not far distant, alone will tell. We
stayed at the mine—1 say we, (or
Messrs. Terry and Delahay were of the
company—to see thc effect of six shuts,
to lie fired almost simultaneously, anil
such a noise and shaking of the earth I
never experienced before, and 1 was in
fear lest the huge rook—under which wc
were  housed—would    come    tumbling
down npOU us. After all was over we
returned to the Boone—and such a sight
—great pieces ol ore, several tons in
weight, had been hurled front the mountain side to the very place upon which
we were standing a few moments hefore,
and one of (be largest pieces to he seen,
WHS estimated by Mr. Mel Hew to weigh
2Ji tons, and this had heen thrown ut
least 51) yards from where it had rested,
how long, no one can tell. The supplies
for this mine all come from Nanaimo,
which shows the possibilities in the future for that prosperous borough, when
other mines shall lie extensively operated
—as they nni fly will he on this island.
All powder used by this company comes
from Canada, and why should not this
also he furnished hy Nanaimo, as well as
other supplies, and all that is required to
bring about this much desirod end, and
sooner or bitter it is bound to come to it
—is a few progressive men, who are gifted with the farsightedness of tile possible
future of their little city—with  lots of
energy and push am lot' course some-- capita!—and il will not he long   before   Ihey
bring about this much needed desideratum. I cannot speak loo highly of Mr.
Mclllew as a host, he entertained lis at
a capital supper, not forgetting to offer
us something before hand to lake away
the effects of ihe cold mountain air.
After supper we adjourned to his office
where we were regaled with soiiie very
line Imported cigars, and after spending
a pleasant hour iu conversation, we took
our leave, not however hefore we extended our thanks for the princely reception
accorded us, mutually voting him to be
the king of hosts. It was some time alter
dark when we departed on our way
homeward, Ihe trail was awfully crooked
hut we diil'iil get oil' il or gel lost—oh no,
ask Perry or Delahay about the matter,
I however have a faint recollection of
feeling very tired the next morning,
Letter cut very shori hy appearance ol
boat.
(to he continued.)
POLICE court:
W. C. II.
J.   P.   I'bntii
Em.
I. 1'.
S.W.,   M.  Lam, Kjq,
0TJE 0ITTTATHB1S.
The usual weekly meeting of the City
Council was held last night.
Present, His Worship Mayor Bate,
Aldermen Nightingale, Webb, Abmnis,
Peck, Bilker and Mahrer.
The minutes ol the last meeting were
read and tiled.
I OMiirNICATIONS.
A communication was read from the
Street Committee stating that the eor-
poration luul been engaged during the
last week ill tilling up a quantity of holes
on Commercial and Church streets; also
a few hnd places on Prideaux street.
They bad also tilled and graded a portion
of Fitz-Williani street in Cornislitowii,
The same Ising. a great Improvement.
ltcport received and Hied.
A letter was received from Peter hro-
die praying that a sidewalk be eon-
Btructetf from Victoria Crescent to Union
street, so as to allow him ingress and
egress from his store.
A communication was also read from
A. Dnlnp praving that un approach be
built to block 11, lot 17, on Prideaux
street, as be intended to build there.
Referred to Street Committee.
The clerk then rend the follow ing hills .
Jesse Page
J. Gunner,
(
t  111 20
60
:i 50
5 «3
5 60
SI 74
Win. Jackson was charged with Ihe
larceny of a sum of money amounting to
$12 from the cabin occupied hv George
Flshbuni and Lobert McKinley. The
money belonged to Fishburn.
(leorge ImsIiIiuiu testified lhat he was
a laborer at Southfield mine, and saw
prisoner for the lirst time on Sunday,
April 1-lth, in the evening. Prisoner
complained of being hungry and having
bad no food for three days. He was
given half the contents of Gilbert Mc-
Kinley's lunch bucket and afterwards
taken to the cabin occupied by com-
plaimnnl and Robert McKinley, and
then given more to eat and a bed for the
night. Complainant before going to
work on Monday wished to place $12,
one $11) bill and two silver dollars ill a
trunk belonging to Robert McKinley.
The iniiiii'V was placed in the trunk and
McKinley put the key In the pocket of
his best pants which were hung on the
wall at tlie foot of the bed where prisoner slept the previous night. The
prisoner stayed around Soutblicld all
day Monday and then disappeared,   On
Tuesday coniplaiulant wished to get a
dollar lo buy some tobacco ami only
Ihen said that the key was sticking in
the trunk, He opened the trunk and
discovered that the moiiev was missing.
His partner Robert McKinley cnnie to
town ami not finding tho prisoner gave
no notice  lo  lhc police  regarding lhc
matter,
.John (iihson said he heard the prisoner say he had no money and wanted
work.
Robert .McKinley corroborated the
testimony of previous witnesses and
further stated thai the cabin was easy of
access as the door could lie opened by
inserting the arm through the broken
pane 111 the window. Prisoner had frequently seen this done.
John Louis Rowan, proprietor of the
Cranberry Hotel, Nanaimo River, testified that lie recognized the prisoner as a
man who had come lo his hotel on Tuesday evening anil had stayed around till
Thursday, Prisoner talked a great deal
of his wealth and said lie was intending'
to star! in some business. He remembered changing a ten dollar bill for the
prisoner, hut could not he certain of any
further money being produced, Prisoner
on Thursday said he was broke and he
gave him two drinks.
The prisoner pleaded nol guilty and
cross-examined some of the witnesses
himself, lie was wai'iieil by the bench
not to make any statement that might
Incriminate himself.
Constable Stewart Bald lhat thc prisoner was aii old offender,and wished the
case lo go to a higher aou.lt.
The prisoner was sent up to await his
trial at the next assizes.
George McIJotiald charged with felony
ou the premises of Mrs. (lough, to wit,
stealing the sum of *880 from K. Evans,
barkoopcr iu lhat hotel, was remanded
(or eight days,
Jim, an Alert Bay Indian, was charged
wilh being drunk^ ns also were Annie
and Mary, two Kucataw klootcbnien.
They pleaded guilty and accns.nl one W.
Dingle of supplying Ihem with lhc
liquor.
The Indians were lined $10 apiece lor
being drunk and the money was raised
in roui'l for the klnotchincn.
PAROILLE  NOTES.
[From out Own Correspondent.]
II is understood tbat a pleasant picnic
party is arranged for Alberni. The party
consists of Mr, and Mrs. Albert Hirst,
Miss Lewis, Mr. Carrol Craves and Miss
Florence Davis. It is the intention of
the party to proceed op horseback. May
fair weather and pleasure attend their
trip.
Some French Creek settlors are anxious
to know who lis likely lo run for M.P.P.
in the place of our late member, as they
can get no road down to their little settlement. They are tired out with the
delay of Ihe present authorities. Although there are four houses which have
been occupied for years, and that there
are Ibiiteen settlers who own cattle and
horses and have acres of land under cultivation, no attention is paid to Iheir petitions either for a roini, a school or a
wharf. They think they and the Qunli-
cimi settlers are at least on titled to a road
to get their produce to market and to
travel on their journey lo pay their
taxes, Surely it is to the interest of the
coniniunily-at-lai'ge that the country
should be settled tip, and without roads
i Ibis is impossible. Thev want a meni-
| ber who will attend to these things and
sec that justice is done nil around.
Vipond	
\. It. Johnston	
O'Brien A Dunlap	
Courier Pith. A Printing Co.
The city pay sheet was then read:
Total..' »:«B 50-
J. (humor    52 W)
Salary of Citv Clerk    50 00
T.O'Connell    «0 00
Total » 631 OH
Referred to Finance Committee.
Aid. Nightingale  handed  in a resolution   condoling with the family of the
late  Hon.  Robert  Dunsmuir, M. P  P.
The resolution is to  lie forwarded to
the bereaved family.
Aid. Nightingale said Percy Good had
told him that some .property on Farquhnr street was inside the fence to the extent of six or seven feet, and that much
would be taken off 1). Smith's garden.
Aid. Abrams said that 1). Adams, of
Adams A Lawrence, called his attention
to an overflow from Commercial street
into his cellar.
Aid. Mahrer slid he knew it was laid—
he had been there.
Aid. Peck was in favor of a system of
drainage for the eity.
The Street Committee was instructed
to see about it.
Aid. Webb—Victoria Crescent is just
as bad.   Water runs into my shop.
Aid. Abrams suggested that he would
not need to pack water to make his bread.
Aid. Baker thought t bat the City Council was not obliged to drain every man's
properly iu the eity. If a man sank a
well it was not necessary for the city to
put a pump iu it. Mr. Robins had given
money towards the fixing of the streets,
and would expect it to lie UBed for that
purpose.
Robert Mason then handed in a tender
for grading Deverlll Square for (2260.
He said it could In, done cheaper by taking a foot, oil' the cut.
Aid. Nightingale said it was impossible
to entertain the tender, as the City Council had no money to loot tlie bill. Vipond might have made monev on his tender.
The tender was laid on the table for
future consideration.
Aid. Nightingale—The time has expired for Mr. Tippett to notify the Council if he intended toeontinuohis contract
on Nicol street. He had lieen given fourteen days. The Alderman moved that
the Council spend the remaining $200 in
putting the street in order. Most of the
money would go to fixing tlie sidewalks.
Motion passed.
Aid. Baker thought the specifications
for grading Deverlll Square could lie
modified.
Aid. Nightingale—I am sure I could
make a very decent job of it for BIOO.
The place might not lie level. l.et Mr.
Ilevland put hi grade pegs that would
make the work cost from $500 to $700.
Aid. Abrams.—What is thc trouble lie-
tween the city council and Jesse Sage.
He has been slopped from going on with
the contract on Alliert street.
Aid. Nignlingide said the trouble was
about the lumber. By putting l.1, inch
lumber instead of two inch, a considerable amount would lie saved. There was
not much traffic oh Albert street and Mr
Sage would allow the amount saved off
bis contract price.
Aid. Abrams moved that Sage order
the lumber at once and substitute IV,
inch lumber for 2 Inch.
Aid. Baker was opposed to this si the
sidewalks would need eternal tinkering
at to keep them in good condition. "WliKt
we do let us tlo well," he said.
Aid. Nightingale said that wherever
I1,., inch lumber had beeu used for sidewalks it bad given satisfaction.
Aid. Abrams moved that both Alliert
and Farquhnr streets lie side walked with
1'... inch lumtier.
Aid. Baker moved an amendment that
1-aiipihiir street sidewalk he laid with 2
inch lumber. No one seconded the motion.
Aid. Aliram's motion was carried.
Aid. Baker thought the proceedings a
lot oi humbug.
Aid. Nightingale said the 241' ol May
was approaching and the eity hail no
flag. The Canadian Hag wis not very
pretty. He thought tbe ensign was liet-
ter, He thought one could he Bought
for $15.
Aid. Peck was pretty well |«isted ou
Hags.
The mayor thought they ought to get
quite a large one for that amount.
Aid, A brants wished to get a Dominion
flag.
Aid. Peek—Oh I no! I was 16 yean iu
the Custom House hen and daring all
tbat time the government was too poor
to buy a Mag and I move that the money
he expended on the streets.
Motion to buy a flag carried.
The council then adjourned.
SPOBTIIQ  W0TE8,
1IASEIALL.
Louisville, April 22.—Louisville, «, St.
Louis, 18i Philadelphia Athletic, IB;
Columbus, tl; Clneliinatti, Cincinnatti,
10, Kansas City, 1; Baltimore, Baltimore
li: Brooklyn, 4. Pittsburg, Pittsburg, 7:
Syracuse 8. Philadelphia, I'a, Philadelphia, 11; Toronto, 2; Jersey City, 18;
Detroit, 14.
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FOR   I'VXAIIA.
The steamer Rustler left last night for
Texada with the following passengers:
Grnramell and Harding. Also freight
transferred from the Amelia,
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' )   myotic.    By   rigbl   ol   di covet y and
occupation thej are Britii h,   Th   formal
n'l.-iiii",I" ;■ ... ul i   .11 thai  i   n •
"i i '  ly upon tin       hoi
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nd ehrtreb      I roads nnd 11 tdin
lallons        in        !   in.I floai i     ..
condition.   Hi  lo  he hoped t h tl   liliijl
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■i'.u pi ih" I'i-:   i tontlncnt, bo lb ■'   no
inlni.l"!'   will   IV allowed  to  undo tbe
labor of (In   mi   ionnry  and   reap Iho
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ii i ■: ,i misnomor, lb ■ propel a ip Un
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ii svoiild he lo have i nice park, tnsto-
[ully laid out, where out wives and
si itet ■ laughters an I tvooth art
could i njo'j ill ims Ives lor an hour or
two each day in tbo open air, amid
pleasant BUrrouiidings.Auil how quickly
i, . ould hike advantage ol it, did an
op . irtuuity aflord. Now is Ibe time to
begin a - : -■ . k. Man needs rei rea-
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[ill [ki    !   f the lypu and lixlurc
COOalEK tl   Iti" Cull
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lIlC    - 'i'i     | ■.:;    I    Will    1"     C .11. .'f
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ti in. KOHT. I'i H il i
Donald   Smitl
MOTARY PUBLIC, CONVEYAHCEl
REAL   ESTAT'i
VNU  IN: I  RANI 1. VI '1 NT,
John Decker & Co; **»*"****** »■ • !
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hie I in, tl        i    ..     i'i
foi hum   ■'.'-''     ailed into ex
erciae.    Uw.ii      m   11) all ci imi   ■
not foi    , !:. .  drunk-
!iini     i   ii;,. chief c tuse  if  crimo;   but
■      igether lhc;   ire coiieurrent ef-
i.nlv   removes   prudence
ind devel ;    ...     leadinu   cb irncteriistic
tendencies.    Hence those iii I"   survive
, .', Ij   .-,, id   intemperance,
■i I ill    hers hy the "happy dc ipi tel "
, ! will   properly   he   sifted   out.
Such   in   a   nutabell   is tbe   ingenious
theory  lint it   will   Blrike   the   ivcrago
mhiil lhat if this theory were carried   to
its logical conclusions thero would   ho a
mighty deerca c in i he population ol this
old gray world ol ours.
\ r Lhc beginning of tbe French revolution, ivhmill'll'iirki' predicted Ihnl thengo
of chivalry was gone and tbe glory of Ku-
m p" departed forever, And he was right.,
In tbe nineteenth century ii doet eem
that ■' arc ' co irsor mould, nnd Ibere
nro nol ; hoi e high noli ms of chivalric
honor n bleb 'ii '■ ingiiished our forefathers.    We are   more  grasping,  practical
and perbap le ■ Hess. Hill il otigbl nol
loin : he ivot i'i 1 i'i il lint advanced
wonderfully in every din ction ; men and
women are bettor educated, and more
intelligent, their \ isioni arc « i.l"i and
their minds have broadened; Ihey are
more liberal in their views on nearly all
nublecty which command the attention
nf the human race All Ihe ■ icrosi
[liheri ii! in the hunt n  famil
become entirely  absorbed; a leeils,
acts nf'kiiidncss and   philnnthi iphv are
and Swiml-Hand
GOODS.
indsof Goods Bought,
. ii.!  and E: changed.
rORIACRI 5i
ll|i; ■■  I   Hotel.
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NOTICE.
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ETJEOPE, OANADA or the
TTnitota ^tates.
Ti• inve nntn.y i"1 insnll thc undersigned .il
J, II. Hubert's Root & Shoe Store, Com-
mcrci il trcct, aboul rales loor from Greal
Rriiain and thc Continent or to an) pari in
ilif United States and Canada before
pun I.,  .r.:; elscwhi re.
\V.  B. DENNISON,
Railway and Steamship Agent,
Nanaimo, B, C.
5 M M  0\0\C   OOOOwNNN
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■•     NATHKI>AVN tXftn SI'PWAVS.
U, ticketfl will liefiwictl  between :ii  I'oinh
i   , . | ire .     -: i -i return Mnntlay.
Return tickets for diu nml a liiilf onHnary fare may
1 , ■   ■ ;  Jaifv i" '!l !" ii ; ■ :«od for three daja
Incli     ■ ■ ■" ■ da;   ol I   iii .
;.,,   ,. turn tii ki ti   If nn ■'  I ■■  n   in [le fare v. hi n
liclil       i cents.
Tin   i jli rates hctwttt n Victoria ami t. x,
U . DUNSM1  li-. iv  ident:
In    mi vi i' r,' ■ in rnl Snpi ri it* ndi nti
li. K.   I'RH IK, General Kruighl and I'a     n " i
G. H. BLAKEWAY & 00.
IMPORTING .WD  DISPENSING
CHEMISTS AND DRI GI USTS
The Nanaimo Pharmacy
COMMERCIAL   STR1 1  I
I'h'.Mi'i.u; I'e  , lii'-.i'iii- carefullycotn|
Ci inirj    ni' i   |irom|>llv allendoil i".
RED   B.OI  SB.
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'x. layer & Co,,
,ii ' ■       , Gl'.NI IIAI .
Mltlti i. ■   lirsl
■ lulcrs   | i »mptly   nntl   c in fnllj  il Iii  ;
SIIlrl'INI      1   'I'i nn AND  ' HI       '
I ll
Commercial Street,
Nanaimo   B.C.
J. H. HILBER1
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F,   W.   COOK, Cl
CIVI1 bngingker vi o i    V&fatch Maker & Jeweled
VEYOR,
NORTH WELLINGTON
Opposite Railroad Sialic
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POODLE DOG RESTAURi *
N \N UMO.   ll.  ('.
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Mm:   . Ac,    The ... Ij While 1.1,1.
I'i  '.-innit in Town.    Meals
li "in   2S <■' nts tip.
R .   C R A I G
GcneralJBlacksmitli ft Carriage Prilj
liasilini sireel Btlflgt KnitDlmo, B, ll.
Rt : M.i '. I    PIIYSIl IAN    11   CLINTON
Al'PI.ll   '. I I' INI    for  th    i    Iti '   Ri   i.li ui
*^   I hyslcli ii 1,1 I linn      .ill	
I'      i.i.     mlary'   I I'   ■ i.  i    .    lay, lli.    ,,|n
r April i
flow I    ,      ' I      :i:
A I   \ M till  II Rl !i|l|l',
Ir |iut. Pi ivim tat . ■   ;■ i  ,..
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VI ■   Largos! nnd  Best Hotel In lli   c;"
II. WATKINS    - - PttOI
NANAIMO,  n.r.
Peck's   I Cotol,
E A ST   W E \. L IN G'i Oi
T.   E    PECK.   Proprli   ■
l :i    r . i ■       IN EVI-.l ' i   ■!
Tl, i l,i,   .  i
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W.BK: I i !i,i!K. I'M,
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Provincial Survov;i :'-n;! As-
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Cosmopolitan Market
KEEPS   nn
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AND SHOES IN TIIE cn'
vc him :i call anil <:c\ prici s,
|oscph M. Brown
IHCMKl
ENGLISH,    AMERICAN    AND   SWISS
WATCHES &  (LOCKS CLEANED
AND REPAIRED,
V'.iiNT FOR S, S. KIMBELL'n CHAMPION I'IREANDIIURGLAR-PROOF
SAI'l'.S.
i'liitil Street. Nanaimo.
DEW DROP HOTEL,
HALIBURTON       ST.,      NANAIMO,
TheljMi "f l.i'i'
LION MOUSE,
Mar 'ii
I'nM.Ml Ui'lAI.  ST.
I. E i. A N 1)    II (i U S E ,
PROUT     &    INSLEY,    Proprietors.
Strli liy I ii i-i I.i. .   Ai commodalion I " i ., One tn,
Collvenlenl to Railway Station and Steam-
Iii!.    Il.ii I;.
CORNER OF HASTINGS & GRANVILLE
STREETS. VANCOUVER. II. C.
CANADIAN
VanHoutcn k Handle,
... INO llF.Al.ERS IN
Hardware : Stoves
Tinware
Wc iiiaiiiifiuliil.'  .ill l.i'i'l' ' I
SHEET IRON, TIN
AND COPrER WAR!1'
and Cigan will l,'"li.;
i'.    liar.
f,in , h
i r.ii' Boarders and Lodger...   limn
per   month .!    .
SAMUEL HAGUE.
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inl   llllluiR-
hivnl s In
ROUNSEFELL C- CO.,
Real Estate, Insurance and General Agents,
C0NVE5 ANi'l'.K
I.  i,   '.   I.   ..i.i il   mi 11.:
ITAKIES    PUBLIC
il  Terms,   Estati i  Man igi d.
\ AND (A M nil'. STREETS.
VANCOUVER, n C
Vi rri'i:,. in . ,i , imo ,i'    Kvnj   ■ tVoi    n il   n unlcnoi n t]
aMy iii'l'i''   wl with in ■• ii'   ni"!    ore ra n-o eoltl-1 i	
rty ami tire rlmrnieil with  igiiifl-1 tnknlily the     ■ ol i
'■'■nl mi try,    Wlier ■ iaii tli    ■ ; ■ lotniil   iioinnn In nol I ■ lil
' iii'iie 1h'.,iiIh'iiI viuji I hut, f 11,rn Hi,, piiiil  .-I,,. was in i In- rial i
Hill?    The |,Im i.i    w'.lier,.'  nl'   tlie (lull'o|   ili-.-rsee In mil'i ii il
ttPOTgra, (1otU.il tvitlt licntiHIiil Inland tclligenuc, Coarse
"!'■' 'I'I i ivitli lh.il . rami ami variotl nliotil wo'inpn t) «-,
folinRO?    The  miiim    elml   licnkl    ol   llio   OgC eitizen.     Ho    I
iiionnla'intio.i the  niainliniil  an', a right ami wit.li.ii noil oi hi,' In.el   which  nmy j VAnv Hnr^rc in/1 \,Vin/1 nxtta
"' llieneeK,    limt i^ truly fiil.liini'.'Aii.tinleiiiiiuiytl,in-l,e iiimeii   nu.     Ami   nl-     I UU1  1/UUIb tlilU  VV II1UU Wb
Ihen tin. gentle iopylir, all It ooirii's (ruin   Hkiiii.'Ii we rtitiy pity Hi!' prtivo miiiplli'ify
Hie .'illf. I'nnti tlie elieel; nT Ih" fKIZl'T, aliil   oi llio nlllen lilnen, there   eerliiinly    witii
In.Tools thill  for lovolino    of vi,"v. for pomotlrin;.'in tho Qnixotio iiloasof lltoso
■i iinliiir nl  'Hi:':      ii,iil    iiiiil in pirin    .1."     "hieh   must  have   madollfo voiy
I in I t'li hli tiie. "lie e,'iilhl iimelii ll'.iiel I'.i". ' |ile, ■ Mil   '.'i-neflll   find dWOTOUfi
Now in llin liliie tO
 X^X3SL-
Koon ont the flolil nml liniii!     Get your
Wonther f-ltrirm of   tlio   Hii'itniovir
WnAnii'.i: Sttitp Co,
McKlLIiICAN A. ANDERSON, Agents
i\0. .Box 29, &
PA^
RAILWAY
—THE TRUE	
ii; NSCONTINENTAL ROUTF
— I'.r.TWF.ES  TUB—
!!;icific and iho Atlantic I
!i j 11 i n;.'er (i|iii|inu'iil ia tho linoat
in the world, oonsiBcina of Luxubiotjs
Si.iiei'i'.i: Cakhhaving Drawirig, Smoking
. mi Bnth R ii.-e, (iniiirnrliililo nnd Olean
Colonisi i'ai i, wilh (''rei'Hliieping Berths
for lioklsrB of socond-olass (dokots; and
tniiat iiinih i n i-IMc iil'ility I'oai'liOH.
lis DINING OARS AND HOTELS I
provide the best quality or food in ur»
iimito.l qumilily nl reasonable rates.
Tlio Variety and Grandeur of Scenery,
along its lino is uiiequnUcd, and  in  the
rji'lii la   if   track,   train   aorvioe,   etc.,
1   en illeil  that (tin add to tuo
i-i   i ly and Comfort of its patrons. All in
the liosl aud most serviceable
,.   ,, i, win ther for business or
e.   i'. I'm ii   Portland,   Tacoma.
ll,-; Via   ■•!, and nil Pacific Count
i'.i , , and Winnipeg, Minneapolis, St.
fflitl,i !l        : ;:i. I. nic,Ottawa,Toronto
..'-iv  Veiii and nil
UGH TICKE   3
I j  .    i| il  , - Inl   . ■  tho
■ ■ undu nnd  Enrorie, at ] Port Angel
Province.
PLUMBING   AND  GASFITTING
Promptiy altenilcil I".
j    ' 'A ipccinl!) made ..f Tin R ig nnd
Cornice Work.    Estimates given and work
gnarnnlci il.
VANHOUTEN & HANDLE,
Victoria Cresccnl     - Nanaimo, 11, C,
E. M.   VA IJWOOl >'
Solicitor ol thc Hi(j;li Courl, Ontario,
■■   AN'IJ
NO'I'AKV riilil.ll! rOB BEITID DOLDMBIA.
3B .       ?XJ3St2W3Sr3t3XiXi.
',
A    CHOICE    A  : ORTMENT
01'  ii',.: INI    :
IND   VEG     ..,■:■
in ti       iiim
I'..      e ...
«nli Ni      !',,'„   ,,i -1 .  ry  ami'
Cla •    Vii.il.linn,   nil     el.       I   V. ,,. ,
| . '.i ill   ■ ■     will I" Ii.ill
HI ■    'i  i  .i     '. el l i  | \|  iv     ei,,.
11 i i:  I'll-,.
COMMERCIAL   MIL I
I'KAMY & KYLK, PropsJ
MANI I'Al       i'i III   i\|. [1EA1 r.as I
,'.1 I    KIN!      01     le i '  II    \\n
lull    ,1 li
L   U   M   B E n|
• V :  ,' !■.',      i i :MI,    . UINQUI
I.ATHB, ll to,  re.
I'M! .1 !        '   i
SOUTH END CAMBIE ST.t FALSEJ
■.   COUVEH,    II.   ''
L.    G     McPHU  '
li.MIUI.STi k,  \ i , ■  ,    i . ii I i,i i;
i ■   il,   Pi    . ,.        ,
OI'FIC       WHETHAM    BLOOK
.': li.   '. 1 ,  VANOOUVER,  11,  c.
THE A CCIDENT
INSUEAlSrOE CO
'Oi' NOUTH AMfiRIOA.
Pri • il il   BIB X. Q U/P.     ViiM  iv.,.   "    ■.
IU.NKIN, Kaq.,     Secretary   K. BAWL! i - I
tnsnro a (Bin it nccitlont by liind or w». $•> i>«;r
annua) Bftonrea oitin r 61000 In oaae <>f rata] nool-
flonl 01 Br month in oano of non-fatal Injury.
K;nr:t Pn mi una for bBidrdoua employments.
ALLBOP A MASON,
Agents, QpTornmont Btroot, Virt»   a.
TURNER', BEETON i BO.;
 MERCHANTS	
WlIAIi'.i'HTIlKKT       -      .      VltlTOI'.IA. 11.0.
oiliee iii Smith's Bnlldi
Sireel, Nanaimo.
ereinl
Head Oflloe tor Uritlsh Columbia for
NiiiiTii nari'iiiu anii  MnnoAtiTK.!'. Isso-
lUNOt: OOMPAHT,   A.-IO  OnARDIAN
iNSUItANOB Colli1 AKT.
aCBBBTON A CO.,
SO [Tinsbury Circus, London, K. O.
II. A. Mt:i.i.ns. Vancntivor.
Groat Transcontlnnntal Routo.
northern!-; pacific
M    ''•       i-i   «l   i\\C xiLi^xxj-w-A-ir
Ail 111' lllll'    LlU.HU     'Mlllli|vi» tho Casciulo   Division   now   completed, making it the Bnortesli,
Host and Qniokeat.
ti'
HAWTHORNTHWAITE   &   CO.
FOR SALE.
EWCASTLK  DISTRICT—Seven acres,
ni'ircnr less, verygootl land, Millslream
runninc tlirongh, close lo Comox Road.
A ilesirahle' homestead, minerals Includi tl
$IOOO.
Nkwcasti.k Townbite- 1 i8  Block 3.
$22 ^ Terms.
l.nl 43, block to, $500 cash,
Nanaimo ClTV.—Two houses anil 8 lotrf,
corner Hallbtirton aud Crace itreots, very
desirable location for ston 01 il« lling,
5*500.
Lot 8, block 13, $1800 terms.' Splendid
business -il".
Lets 11 nml i-'. block i'i-  $1000.
I,,n ations lei r< sidi nccs anil Im tin, - site 1
throughout the city.
Nine blocks in the Hyndicati    Vddition to
Farms  in '.ill  parts  -if the
I'll
'I'ln Ilinintl'iir Lino. Tin, Direot ttouto. No
UoliiyB, fiwlfi'l, Train", UOWOM Kntos to LIiicoko
nnd nl! pniiita Knit, rlokoto nold to all rrpin.
innnt, puint'i HlTOUgllOUt tlnl East and Houtti-bnst.
TnitoiK-.ii Pullman Drawino-Room
SnEEnxu Oaiis.
BosorvatloiiB oac be Bscaredia Ailvnno«.
To East-Bound Passengers
Ho onro.'ni and clo not malm e inlotnlre,  but b.
nnro to tnlte tlio
c. c. Mckenzie,
Land Agent, Conveyancer, Accou
nnd Insurance Agenl
1    1 1  '   '        ■   . 1 . ,
a. Vi'-  II
M I In iv rati
r I 1 .        . 1  ,
'
R. J. W.   ATWOOD,
(    in 'Hi li-.l     <fc     I )l'||;.'
PATl '■ I   Ml I'i' INF.S,   I'i R| 1  MKUV/J
'I'iiiii 1  (h.iiii s,
I'r •' ii: refiilb  1 ;,ini| ki n
OOMMERdl,',: JAHAIMO,   l]
.     VANCOUVER  Cm
FOUNDRY and IRON WUI\|
Tim buihlitiRH niul iiah::; up of mnali
connDPlimi with thaso works \. in■: u«w
(tdrADCCit tin: proprlelon foal Ju tifietl •
fying their frieml.-* and Lin- public tliul Un
bo pvoptiru'il on or anout the lal ot May to r
ukI promptly oxoouto anj orders Un wo
tboir lino for ulut-'h tlifij may !«■ IV. in
trom tho Buperlor aharacti r of tin h in ■
ami plant gonorally, as wall oflthe nkill ■
employcoB, thoy f«fl uonfidenl >■> bi i u: ii. ■
tion to do as good, It nol bettor, wiirfc tl i
•imilnr ortftbllnliraont in the Provim'f*.
A. MoKpLVll
'.I.-1      '   !•   .1      I
Taacoutw. B. C lOtb April, 1.13.
Printing and Binul
*-' ■ ;
ihi
unroe:
DUCK'S BUIIDING, JOHNSU      1
VICTORIA
Hat the mosl  commota anil  il w n ■
iQtuppod Trillium KBlahliflyuHni in ■
into.     NoWOBt HlylcH in   typ|  Hit'  1   .
With rapid pn r-ncn nml Im    tr \
d poHiHoii lo turn Mil kooiI wiirl* "'  "
pnenn.
BOOK-BINDING   tk  BL/VNK   12
■fall hin«lM t»i order ifi 1111 -
fpnirmiloi'-' to be r([ii,il tii ih.' h'.i.'.  ■
alwiiyB rc-JiMimibh1.
Oruerfl from tua countrj' aad com  ,
will rOOOlTu prompt nlti'tili'M,
Notice of Rem
o\ i
E. G, PRIOR &
■VjLOtOKTtEl
Iron & Hardwi
MERCHANTS
Have Removed to their New Pral
And see that your tdoket read) via THIS I 1
TjINE, 81. Paul or Mltiueapolio, to avoid j     Corner of Johonon anilUoTcinmuiit Btnj
ohangos and Berions dolays occasioned j
by other routes.
Northern Pacific Railw'y
, !''iiir.'lii and Passenger
.1 , Viclorin.
•'.    V"ii|i, Ni.iitiinui,
d i i■.,.■ i ugcr oi;< ut.
AKV PERSON WISHING TEAMING   DONE
in any putt of the city enn liitvc tin wCmi  none
l.v,:.lliiii;'..ii
|.   I ll'I'l.l'l',
Al Ni.,-1  .in   '       ll-    i,l'"l I'i"   I""" '
Fell i-i-il
Through Emigrant Sto#8g Cars
Run on regular express traiaa full ieustll
of tli" lino.   Berths free.   Lowest Eatea.
Qniolceat time.
W. B. DENNISON,
Nanaimo, B.C.
A. es. cnamon,
A.n.t. Gsa. i'o»5. A*
No. 2, Wtuhlngtoa Ht.«;t, rortlan.'!. 0',
To the Travelling Pu!
TICKET S
CANADIAN   PACIFIC  /,',
A,..1 iis i unitectit mt n ay l«.- hnd fn
A, SHAW,  Ajjcnl,        -   Na MAIMQ   COURIER,   TUESDAY,   APRIL
01
ie:jL;
TYPOGriAPHiOAu.   MISI
Some oi tho Mirth Provoking  Contortipju
Indulged   In  b* Typeft.
A Chk ■ tibedfl       q il
ouo "whoso manners would adorn ;i drawing
room," but tbu uaflUnkin] onqxjajtqi' ma^e
it read, "whoso manners would al-inn q
drowning man?1
Tho Cincinnati T5nq
gonulno sensation by stati I  (>Uy typo.
that a gang of American counterfeits]
boon ''shaving  khe qi ■'■■■■<  "shoving
tho queer" was evidently what was intended.
Ono of tbo worst inston
caused by bad  chirograph^	
heading "A honeymoon cut short" was
printed tn full Fac i "/ Su jarlan cutthroat."
Anotttt-r  0 .'  ■   ' ibk
tlio partfc    I'.' I v       n til-!': •
guiihed tray* lei w .   ra] irted i   ba
ceully died  "in   '       I    I (    '
paper, l.;;vvc"' "V, upol »j Ij it for tlxl
admissiii] op lIio I   l ■      [  laj    by saying
tLuib wlut tho i <]■■ n  bit adod to WviU
"tlio intei lor ol
Perhaps   no i
.....I ■■   :: ; :.i '■■
dot} reporter i ;
a recent ta d to,say
"tihu Looked a u I
Iwliilg I'!..fl-  il. Uo  1 ■■■ !■    i
all feet."
Of nil edtl   i:..l   I r     i        ■   i . ■        i
ivas-roost notad <  ■   i    .   '■ .On one
■ ■ ■■■■ : .;. i ■ ■ : . I . penned
Bomethiug abou journ ad
vouolng," but tho t; •■. thlnl >■■■■■■
of lil* famous agricultui : , launched
out wildly with tb I lup< rb Joruril
Umi artichoJtOB."
it issomewhal uin li I : ■■. ort&i tlnJorai*
: Ion of a i Inglo i mii j ■ li ilQcant lettei
will alter thoonUru in in) i ■/ of q - nl ie
Por instance, several errors are recorded
where tlio lotter "u" has been omitted from
Iho word "wift'doW," Inrariably placing n
"widow" in somo ombamusing position;, oa
where, on tho occasion of a street pageant
gontioirian iiinvill.iii;;ly adyoctlsed "sorer I
widows for hire," and tho ovenworso blun
dor, in a religious paper, which gratefully
recorded (lie fact cHat"Mr, — had very
,'ii'Mt'rni^ly ].lm•■■■'! n f-laimd glrtstt wlilow in
tho church at —."
ErrqrsrjOfC RiriMtlfciUion ore usually can   J
by bad distU'lbuiion, or by lottcrs dijopiil
into an adjoining box in an ov< r full case ol
typo,   That tbo letters "o" mid "a" are m
frequently transposed Is due to the foot th il
thi o letters uro kepi fn adjoining boxes, niul
tiiosamo riilo hoW good with n- .■ ;■' to btb
vowels and mosl fittqnontlv, used Lett i       . .
orror of this d     ripti   . ■ A til I. i oc       I
on article by tbo pi     I I  ■ ritea, W
allusion to the Hm4 h-mured Una oi "'.    '.-,
Doodle" wa ; pi luted oa     !
'i'ii.' proof read       I I thi
pass oi idently b
bIi] ■!■■ '1 ilie '.■ .   ■
appropriate t" the i ;' J
A p.'iem in  l'i,i(   tncrvfllo    . •.   .• .
> nc ■ - ihtnin  I I I'.-.         rlmti   Btai   •
VVnetoolt mbft   1'sboi
All     I       " :
Ai. I fori
,.,.'. ■    ■. . .
. -: I i •   • ■
11  ivn isimpl
showing tin' n','  ■ ■
tamped on tb   botl        f type
VvO WiUcldiiO      :;■ I       ■      . ■     .   .
tormeuf ■   i  ■
te perhaps tli , :
'i.i' on record;   It I
111" hi..'. ; "
I intioii . :   i.    ;
.,;■.'.' lUtl tl I ;
I ; !. ; .,'■■'     i |
bcfoi
t|ii ]■■ mi ■  '■■     I puhtic
ment, ■■•: ■ i   .
."■ :[i"lr-on:::'   Tho printer j
tions Cor  "III,1 th    pro i    ■ , ;
wi .i1 oul    . |
poratediii pu
■ ,;.i ii i.. . . |
adopted   i! ■   .   '
Epoch*
■
tt 1        i - |   ' ' ' :       ■.
oscelorj should 1
eoson II ou ;bt  to 1       ed like     . / i
, osouab] ■ :,r  in tl Ing     ':'!:    celer;   ■ '
with it^ bouquel of \ It Id gro n, is i
attractive ore t*l   idini   rtab]
majority of pcoplo never tbfnl
auy way bui Itsi ,    therodroi
in which It in. '■   ■■     ervod 1
more palatal I
Boiled or steamed . ■ ■    ry ui
up thostal&a Into inch ]
pan an I n Id jl  I    i      li     tor to
wholo.   Throw in a littlo ;:'.!;  and !
until soft, bul  nol on u jli i i thaf I
li" oa   Drain nf tb     rater, put tho
table into a dish,   ad «
buttoi
Civ.-mictl celery Is ?ery ni al i'i inch
nieeosond covor with milk, i . which, wheu
boiling, o! 1 soil nn I a email pi
Sorvo bat   This way of cooking ecl      i
Hcious,
Thogi'pi n BtaU   a -I I  •'    , u ■; ■"
;i'.vny, m\> all in 'Cul.   Cub tho i tolli i Intrj
. mall bite mid '■•> ■ tbem for flavoring Boups,
broths, oti!.   Put tba loaves into a
nisa''oniftuacu tn tho '<\-cn it, dry.   V/ntch
thorn that thry do not burn aud wb ndry
crnmblo' them and ].laco away in a wide*
mmithcl bottle and koop  closely  covered
This will bo found good for Qavorin ,.
when tlio cek-ry i^ out of tbo market.   Calory
Gowhis good to koop in tho house for finv,ir-
incr, andcolcry salt is to many, aneci
bouillmoiit,
This plant i-.-t grofll aorvlno and tkoausuffering troin any nervous tronblo are much
b tuoQto 1 by a lib ir d aso of lb,     i; I
ri'dnnniciiiIcl for rh< umatuap, noma autl
tiesgobig bo far oa to Bay that when fr
oaten It tea suro euro fortius painful dist -
—Boston Iludirct.
A flinn out nf Place.
Thp average mail .may receive n fair impression of how a li.-h out. of   water f
payhig a visit, in tho company of some in-
vi-lernto fentulo jhopper, toon   (     '      .
modi dry go ■!  mi     ol  this city.   Poimed
iu by crowd** of chuttoviug WOfttcji, |l L i J
tempts to bo civil in tho matter of making
bis way along tho alios, UOwill qnicklyitud
hlufflolf away in tin* renr ot bis gutdo, and
will sqo that his civility i.s uelther<
noticed or returned.   If he thinks he know
anything about ocouomlo buying or tho latest
fashions, ho will soon abandon that dolu I n
His guide would uot think for on i
buying dross goods until the had Sf
stock; or handkerchiefs till MV, bargains had
boon overhauled; or notions till sho bad visited 0*8store.   For her every store lias its par
ticular oxcellenoo, and only a man could bo
blind enough to think them all alike.   Should
ho even want to buy a nocliLio that has caught
Ids cyo and fancy, she will point out to him
with withering scorn that tho stj le bas
out, that tho color is almost obsolete and tho
prlco at least four cents more than the same
thing con bo procured for just ouo block east
mid four south of where ho is then displaying
his incapacity.   If ho huiubtos himself sufficiently his tnsto may bo consulted unco or
twice on tho tour, but his advice is observed
—never.—-New York Tribune.
We advise all our friends who want new
bats, shirts, UflderOlothing n heckweai to
avnil themselves nf thc cosl jiriii ™fe nf diy
goods ,it Arthur Bullock's.
The Vancouver OoAl Stlnine And Land Co ,
limited, hereby give tiotico that any person
found gutting or removing timber from their
land, without obtaining permission ftt the
Company*!; Office will he prosecuted.—S.
M. Robins, Sui>eiintcndeiu,
itrangers  and  ";h!,i i  vislling   Ilbparturc
Kay or  East    Wellinging   Are strictly pro
hunted  from riding  Sfl the cars Oh' the l
Wellington   Railway.—EAST   WT.U.INC-
TON COAL CO.
.UPiiANT.
■ii.t'fr.
■ ■ ' ' .' :    ■ '
! bis time of what nati
■
wii »ft)o vfrsn '. too err ; I
f. i ■'     .  ■   ' ■ ■ ■     ■     !■■ nm..
I'1 , .: i, i r
I   - .       :.  ■ ■■
no other man
tradition
.
: ■ world 1
i ton ;■. is friend
!    ■
■  . i Lasyos
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■
■ :    . tl    death bom
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: back ta 1     -  i ■.     i
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ill sho
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il'tjcalj' b :  itm :   -   I
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1... '   ' ,
hi ■■ tthoui
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snd light 1 la b|
ii  that
I*  CtU'l
..   -i   ■ i i !.'    bleb you
i lonablo
ud Other I ii with "Pi
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■■•■i-y [Mi    i Is j
■ ii'i ■■ with " Che Land
ud loi i," and with
"Tii i Ldind of KJ md then tai    u
an i     Pora
-. the ■, If you
.vill, with "J Lifoof .\'i.
and thon wilh tins last '
think, bis mai i >rpl ntiflo ]
t .i ■. "i i    an :  i 11 I
iii'..      .,,       ll  -:U:t tVpifl   ! !■
I I ■ ■ tfranco.
am in b In 1
,   Craul .!;;■: yes,  ft  high  bald
■ I, and I        0 ord a ul rati I
■ (fo *#{£ cordial; warm he«i*ted, nnd one word
I  ■    i- ■   ' I
!1   eoul 1, aid did. I
boh Bol ':-'.■
-.-■'..'
Mayfair,
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hi and yoti
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They   .
11 known i
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wld   .
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lay iu thi it* li      ■ ■ ;    -
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f of tl
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ii
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berth
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'•'  ' Ho raised it ond ■■■\'1 ■
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[forty
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ro in cash
his pocket mono;
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J. —,
■  Bagl ■
An I
with   tho Opal     La. t
. CI rl tmai ■■.. i n       I       ■   U '
brol   p made bim n ;        I el ase ri ^hi i t
\ with an opal At thotluie bo bu I a .?
, on  his bOl     , ! :   I .; ::;■ hind
■ If '   ■,  '       ai tl ■
.'■•.!■■..       to rise,   Iti
.   ih- -1. ared a band
tho ui rl jago aud bad a subsl uftia] I   ' in
left,    Somo one slipped tho pto  pn   oi   liQ
si iirf' :: i day in i roi cl,  'I be very
!:   !'■ '<i ■: .-.ii ii   Era ai I  broke two ribs, bis
■•• i  ■ up   bnl ittle   ;  ■ urplo Ink all ■ roT I I
i '..' r suit, I -1 ttleboypluj   I
from school and { ■'.  arrested  for tying a
[inckagoOf dre crackers (oaihnr'.   tail, the
■   rloi' u aid        hi J riio new cV.;'uidi lit i' ■ ■
of tho In raui lovdb] od gin Lb   bin !
'   |  li   .■ or t • ':      I     •        aid
: !  ■. ■':■■ .      n in a bill
. ■     ■     fortharai itty I ksottl
boui ■■ h a pan of melted gri
■   l   Ui tb i now par] ir carj> b,
listi    tod      i      b lor two detoo-
;' '!',,  o]   ! v... ■ ■   md tba        dirj i'i fl
pawn hi p,    II" i   ■     rod 1    i      bj ■
goti     - i ii. bo!
i Talk  oil   .'   :. nnd  four  leavi d
.■:.:.■■
Iticl*   i i    fi i;".],     Ban
h
r . ..   '*" T ■ ■   They Sec;
i.    i. • ,   .      .,,   hiudjului' ot
rl v,    li ■        ^i ,i ■ a ■ ii   H; lit   iu  tho
.. ntor ol tli   I    ly rt   II public,
I are throw
from all over tl !     I I
Italian y<
. | ■ i   : I
. v. li 'ii be appr mo held
and n        ■■   b ■ o of
[ pointed to- the
.     .  ' ; and nut
blsl       rsin his vest p< igthri
b i wanl da 1      of matches,    t Ihi   ■    ml
I      which it.' plac  I in 1 ad t! on
lu! lontfl ci pp t i a i -■■ nl  pi eo in i   ;   i 'nt
took ; f bend and
toob a nickel from the ■' and placed it
■ bim,   Ho qulcl ly to k up b] i niclo :.
I put it. in !    |    I ray.     \'n
\ had  consi    ■  ' ' In i ml Inj; him
understand thai thi uickel was the amount 1
; \vanl   1 in payment, and -:-■ ■ |i ■■  ■ I ■      if
:' per,    1 rnlon Depot I m In ICau-
i ■ iCitj Jom-nal
A   KI8S.
..it    .  ol ■ l   ting very sweet;
. . li' discern
pletej
, .  . ■ -..t I irt and iiiliid are
.
half il ■["■■ ■ r
.    m WOXDRRS.
PEOPLC WHO   HAVE   TRIED TO OUTDO    RIP    VAN    WINKLE.
i  (:.'. e Lhc
■ ■    .
■
:■..■'...
bus hi la i
tl   is el -liy   P      tfoi    ;■ lag, tli
■.. .  ■     ■ Isold,
-   ■   ,   ■
I ipj      .     .       . ■■      . :      .    ■     :.   ■ ■ ■■
■   ■
■
■       ■
•i    Who
Littlo     ' • GlrPi
Uontli
Slept   ii   ViJir—A
Nap    of   Eight
In Narco-
■  - ■
  i." ■
tepsy t n<l t'iiuill>   Itratn Fever.
i>;. iii. nob     tb I   i-'i'-nc: specialist,
i.i r»t Ions thr    ■ ■       vhicli h •■
I yqnd  the ordinary; a complete account of
rheCom]
: i   ';     Ui thc fb
pntieul   was o  no uan, thei
ige,    Her I
; I forty-1        '■ •
.   ■ . , ;     ■       ■■  .
■..■■■■ ,      ,        ,.,    ,
.:        ■   . ,        ut   After
uaugUti ■ r ' '   ,;i"  tucki '1  the
.■ :. ■ ■        Ira] ■   i      ;■   ;  '■!" ecl I   r«yesand
: i
:      ill
\ :■'...'   ■
tho IbH d '.. i
I trail . I • ■■
I and in did
b   ihon il ■ 1'   ■! i    I
■  . o]   y.      AH  oul Id ■  ap]     I   H
I | ..
■ i  ■     , i;
ii '• a profound   lui  I
disturb In the !• ■■■■ l id re         d In that
■..        .   ■ .         Ltboi
of Mari h, ..ii and a
I   hen ...    ■   quroutine
. i.   .   ■    ■   i porioi      : ■
■■ I
as to v ' ■
natf
.    i', |
ployed | half mi atb  bi r com] rcn ained ruddy
,'bein   j    I   I up al thel ■ ad   honJthj   lo :.;;'     uotwil Im ■   tl
■ ■ ' i   ■ . ad  tf •: ■    i ■■•     i tb I       that ■ iniion
If  ' ;l   i ■■  tho bowelsdttrin Physicians
carried on I and ■      i from far 	
b tb   ' ■        Ing of them   I  ■■ I tl    letbargy, but all
fn this way many of tb    ;  lwn    leai'i . .   ;,   . ■  | otlj h re re
butin red from  tho ; al lenl   In oixb r to      pl
In whalhi]  I : und It to '. v with nourislun mt,  which  cons! ti I ol
do tli rn "■■•■■■■■ d   Oi linstanci  as to their soups, milk, beef toa, eta,   At lost  a
reliability will  I I  bad ono ol ■' ■  was well, perfect In  mind, ''..''i a good
four vessels eatjght in  tho Ice, and I had prospect of making up Eoi'tho year Lost In
t.i    '.vrrk    my    way   IliO    miles   throtij '.        p
i.       .'iiio    was    i!'i     oi :.'    boat    M il ti^-' isxrncriCD anETanicN
rEAMEl      - RV1CK
;   Nariaim- ■,  '' imon and   Vici oria ]
mer Amelia.
Arrh   - ia N inai imo every Tuesda;
i fanain     I ■- i ■■   Wed-
....     	
1            for y    lori
■ '■
I    ■ ■    .• ■ ■   im   i  rVi I   ri   Thursday     7   .   .-
i for Nanaimo, I 11
day  .     j'
for Vi
vay porta Hatui lay.
. nvcr.]
Sn .'.mi:  R.\::-'.h\ .
Am t     Ji ,       j ■ ai ■
" ■   ■ "'      ■ ■    lay I    : :
:
I
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I   .! Nai i
L'hursda;       I   ■■■ "-   .
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rl
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iitl'i I      '   .        l at 1:56 l .'  :,
1 I'icturia fm 11 ivii
J ■    ":i     '
I"   1  .   I'. U,
.        '-'
0    umbia - Carriage - Works
astings Street. East  of Carroll, Vancouver, B. C.
Carriages,     Buggies,    iiii(ikl)"in^.
• ILL  i I    i.i .     '  !•    i.'.l'l-   10 "iii'l 1
.ii,,"•.:  '
.    .  I, nmdi .
, :   :."i   .      ."■ n   ■' ,■.'....,. hill ;
1.   lit,US 1 : "'V' lprim . '■
RFPARI1 ^«»«!-'!'*>A]5?*!>*J'  '-«<■-,-"■   ■
■ .
i   itiliit^te-
,al supervision ol t»m Mi   M   .n A.UH, on uld -
■  I ■ u .
x 1 .
McN A BJB   &   Co.
.   ..EESOHE   QUE
. ivernment Street
& CO.,
Victoria, H. C.
.I      re'gii, thcjugli I  tiol; tltucrmvolt of
'ii     ',   li I   'i' 'i I   tl rev of utio!
in Lltd y«.i' 1S80 tu ,  ivou li I'fttl e :   a    ,
,-• :.,! ' til imi'i. lopsy   ' er   i' ]•   1 i'i.    in Iii
COURIER!!
; 1   iil» lleooivoil in Golil, Silver tnd V. 8. Cnrronoy.    Intonat paid nn tlio  nme
'■ii 'nil'' iie]limits.
'..i ii-i.i". |,iiii'l!,'t.'.fil int Uijrluihl mill 'lie! mil's.
Uf Sighl ■ '  l   ' :  . .        i'i hi l, i -• ou Sail FniiieiMin, New I'ork ant]
'Jtitjtulit.
Itixobango "ii London available in nil parts "f Europe, England, Ireland and
Scotland.
Letters of Oredil issued on the principal Oitiee of the United States, Oiinulu nml
Europe.
1%- Agents for  Wells,   Fargc  &   Co. .ffl
RITISH COLUMBIA STEAM BAKERY,
NESBITT, DICKSON & CO.. Proprietors,
Published every morning' except
V
fid  n-oro plekcd   lii-t ■■I'.'Ck In Jnnieiry In lli.it ye: :• :iiu ,'iii..|.
tittind i1
fo n ;ii  :      .  liojtevor, hmi novcr
li: on hoard of, nor It -  any of liercrow.  Tho
ioxI    ':   in vo top]   ''     ,, amount p£ pro;
ins, tinil tvoroon  ilm lookout for nny ol
oro 1 lardod 1 v
mi Intelligent  ttatl us of threo
shipsoff '■ nolnl and        ,'ii tothq li ■    TJ
■.•."fniii.-»i ni I.-        ti    ,  white He.  othor   wbora roinplng was iii'.lul;.,,"l i.i to oxco
told In a   On I1 i in rail
i.i,. i.;.. : i :. ii ,: ■!   '■ : nn . thorough!: alarm  It    loD irt i n-on
il ■  truth . :: ''In nmda to breali il-  «|  II .hi I tl    . Iii,
i     ■    ' :   snl off un Hi"   '•'•'  f 'i'   mqrnln | bi ton , wci    ■
•       :•■   ie!    Pi'o'ni that thno fonmril until about tho
Ion ol  '.
of soml ■! .   >
tor of tho mayor of Oramhko, a littlo village
uear Bromon, Germany, fail cl to rosp mil to
tho niornlrig call, notwh^i vigorou
■ f&lfta    Oil    til"    piit   '        111 I !■) lilnll,.
ber.    .Vbu ..it lb.: filth i'  'i I, but
'. that t!:u child  n   • : [rod, liaving
tttendi'1 n villagegatbi iie   * lay before
ivitli E'eocl ,
i               I ■. found tn bo :i
Iliylll.      Ill ' 11 ::iVe tl'iii  I. '| 1| i'lll'li' ■!    to   I    111
:    . ;
:,   'I'     I     ll   .   •     I   1  ■:'        ll '       i   ,              ,
tbo point of i evi'ie ei • llio i lilj 8 nbaii
TORT  STREET,
Arrowroot,
Assortocl Jumbles,
Assorted Tlngers,
Abornethy.
Cabin,
Cotfoo Cake,
Cheese Biscuits,
Currant Tops,
Ginger Snaps,
Graham V/afers.
Ginger Cake,
Family Pilot.
Fancy Mixed.
Fruit Blser,
Iced Clnfjer Bread.
Iced Sultana.
-ABOVE   DOUGLAS
Lemon Snaps,
Lemon Biscuit,
New York Snaps.
Oat Meal,
Pilot.
Perkins,
Rich Mixed,
Soda Crackers
Seed Biscuit,
Sugar Crackers,
Spice Jumbles,
Sugar Cookies,
Sultana Biscuit,
Vanilla Cream,
Wine,
Etc., Etc.
I i.illOli to . III! :' 1 :                 ', 1,'   chilli
.   ,' let:: ii, tl   .. all ':    :. .   id   'i::er i.e.    ( hi
1 lib li  ' "I '.' !■    "I u.'iiil:ib and n
II  li.ti'i .  ie,'i ■ i                 1,, jlnidiig of
Price List Furnished. Orders frromptly attended to.   Ask your Gtrcnr
or NESBITT, DICKSON & CO.'S Biscuits.
rctvoll.—0 . i   ;■      ' .. il    '         :..-',   rtncl called
Captain in Oli '               ;"  hoi]   ill                ... trldng, "1
... — ..iii: t ■'',  i  :, II] '.. I. :.  now boforo I
:     ii my  break! toln    tily, bul
',.,       , ,, ■ ' I ""i I ' Indui      :        llcvo  Hen. It  was
'     .",     "   '■   ■ *°  <  '"' Ool .ii":   :.,..; tl   .   Illtl   <i.     lion, b«rplay
,      .                                            i     :       ee.'" ..       ,   „,
ldnd '"' ■:               t tbollttl             .   nomborcd
1  li     :
'""   'i'i' ■      Ihopi   ...■:..... U from hef
'    '  '     ■'■  "'>'"'■''    11   ' ,,   „ „     otl ..„!,,.
Ono very nan            [i            wm I itfron        • ,..   .  ,     iad   ,,e
!        ":         I   ,''•   '■•■.'• '        .:    i
" ".    vh lio hod really I             '   ' I,   no
'    '                               .        : ■   i.  .,    ;,. 1-lucld interval       Within ,.   fe*
'     '      .    '' '  '    \   .''■' "     lays sho v
' ' '   ""      '■'''' ! for nor el hi
... toll'    lif-
' . thro
-..'"."''■      tocoolj,         in j                            uld break tl
i.i         Immei     i to tho                    :   ■ . ,   ';
In    ndi    tfu until ,     ,.,, :     . • .                                      ,         ,
:                                               .    • ,...:!.
: ',.'..  . :     '              ludoon before tl
loted.   Tho fact that sho novoi
butmutto                         .   II   :       .:• il'    „ tauyofhorpl    tnato
..    : ,■„,.,:    ,„.  ,, .....         , ,   .•    m
ihalfanhourl         ri      itesoii          , ..,,,    ,       , „, ,
^'''n'!   ''  ,'                 '    ' bo pros-
poctlvo etill from ber littlo friend who had
This paper is n livo exponoat of tho
interest of
Mail anfl Vicinity
And is thoroughly
INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS
BRITISH COLUMBIA
LilJllUlM
(jiiijM:iTjsr)i)
THOMAS ALLSOP. 1
IIE!VK\   S. MASON, \     DIHECTOUS.
CUVLEit A. HOLLAND, )
I.
Il contains nil the Latest
Telegraphic Di^atches
-AND
similar oue3 an
• .:      |        I for tho i     .      hy i i.
Eachlnomado candUj
, tnd i.in.iiiie oil
Is to sue] iso, thai   only In tbo re-
motest districts dooa ou      i a homo nunlo
i.i • I:
A ileum mil Dentation.
'ii:   I   i'i   U|
'    t'OBT 0:» uv B   NKTBl
'. •■ i   Vrocman, of
ST., ...      work in tlio liar-
Ived       . oi'oi  '   croko, Luc
quickly n coi orod and iva    loon al :■ to I '. i
his fork an 1 go a-flold as though aothiug had
happonii I     \ ii ,, days lal i  1    lompl ttoed
■;■ Cooper bad road "'' •■■ ondor      ng was forced to give
ber allot; .I iii ..- ".ith such appropMnto om' up tho form all igothor    Ho worked to tlio
phasl ,'■:    ,;      i,, thai '   '' ' ■!'' ot tlio clly i,:i: ie I ahovo for about
then f said to her in  his kind, sincere two years, out was >u*vei' rid of tho feeling
I'i■•■•■  was  really beautiful,  my of dizzim  ., . p dally If   :,-.:.   Ita stoop-
ohildl   Audu   r," ho added, "if you can toll togworlt   to the six years that foil   ,   Ihis
Ingol tbat word'turf' I sbull sunstt       .       .     tt i;, n shopman,a
ghro you my very best njavk'."  HfeQiitogs pi braki     a  and      conductor ou      ■- Igbl
ve. rt!: iitid:      ..'  difllotdty to ramie ti'idn    Oi      , .,  1'■ lirtmry, 1620, his
cl ikiieii, anil  the   I mi*  uhuo t  Btai'ted  ti head    'oublod   tin moi   than usual,and &
Mi    .'     ■     I i.   ",,! that iiii iu- the aftei'uoun le-     r.    in   ii-eorl:  and look
;   i ■ drop on a  word ' ' ; ■ ' 11 asloop, and
ho had nol  lately Btudii d, : ' *toui I In thai       	
childl     i     rondcj'   li m   often    aht hi   rruptlon I t  .... i; il   ... ou I  thn i days
i    ii   ill  .,, ■■• ■!   '        .|    ,,!■ ::;:;•:■ '     ei 1      ■■■■, sal ohly'iin   tltomate days, aad
,.:•: i i   .;:■  ■ i ..,; bttfnovorl   putMary Own with his i i     l.glvlngno be0dto
lui.l i'liu v ol  ,'     I'ininalioni sho felt thai ■       ; him    lli..".n;..,
her v. ry l.ioeii.i ■■■ I  ilopondcd oji giving an ti'e iras talrjy good I        tola an  Inactive
I   iho lost ii" liino Iii exorcising stato,' and novel-for a moment did ho show
her littlo bruin to (lie utmost for somo ktod signs of fovor or delirlu i
of ii e nnltloiij and, Just as  llio to^iootoi       1'ewords tho ond of tbo  thlrty-flrsl  day
, "'ii all, never mind, child, I will Vrooaan gradually reus  I him   If t the at-
pass on,"sho oagerly oxelalmedi "Turf, sir, tandaints qhafed his arm ad  temples
ind i uck together by 'r'  •■ '  :   for aud ato a
;    i.        '. most oxcollout deunltion,"    tld        '  ■'       .        hnpressl      his  atl
thoi nswor I looked with tho vorni ton app til i
for was not nearly so prccisoas that.   You Ing thi next fow days ho   os very oommuul-
bavei atocd my hi . '   i an'i cativv, pel i ; up n running
',l.i;;u:-ilio.
rill,  flenlle  .laeunesr.
.'.   i iustrattog liiy clahn Oial  tb   : ti un
uru u moro cil 111:   ,1  |   opla than  the .'-.i.i ri-
,.  ■ . a    iitleiiiiui utn roeont Bosb u dinner
tablO .'it    I Pll - ' '  i.lul"inellttllat.il'.
■  ... iitatlon on ..,   ■ :     I subjocts.   Per
Boris iu tbo room who bad known I.i
tbo thno of i       tnstrok       y that ho ta]
moro during tho fb
ih.in Ii"luul iliiriii,; lli nbtyeara preceding.
Ho was awalto ohnosl til the timofer the
...i  ten '1 j . and gabieil fl    .      I
InoJapan •   ■    ■ thoovoningof thob uUiday ho
al    di   , tl idogdo    no til illwcou i hoi   •       "'•' ho
Ot I   . I 1   ' :!'.'. :      I ' I   : ;
lm,'',v whal Iho a ii. ,i me il i,   ".ii    ;
.    ,' i.i,'.:
I ktodnesi
,i        that not oven a
rn ol i.    ,  I.,.;., ii... i.: tie  '    '
taken as mi lotovidencoin mal
II Ltouallyfor a month.
Then u brain fovei        I       I put a pn
rlod to I . Lou    li      biles
. .    CS With   '• • e 1 - ,:•■' -.
' ll
than any ol
ll    a   eil-le  Of   lli.Jl   livili: lUe'l   M'   Oil      | |   , I   . . . '
la] ui    '.   And It is a significant fnettnatll   wlilcli reiiol       ligthoffr in thirty to fifty
ivu   i. . i .'.'.I fen ui    -.a European  '■.<:•■ irl   n   fool      lore ton or tin       feet to breadth,
civilization tototrod ■ I the Tai pot  polm.
, in .'by to anunaK"—Detroit  I'i . f Ceylon, bavo I I v.-ith that
Pi wore  twenty  feel   I   ; .   tnd   Ighti f
bfoail,   Thi ••     .  . ■...      odby the natives
OrlEto of a Fiuulllar rhrnsc. I to mel ■ i a   ,      I fpt'iu    ryofll     itsholtei'S
That familiorphrasointhoEpiscopalburlal   from tho rnio. Tboloa'        tl oo
:.-i".i, e, "Indie uiiiUol' I iti.. iveari'iudc.'iili,'   : ,, . ,;i ,, ,:1 .,. ■   , long and :,v-
is derived from a Latto nntlphon, eojnpcfed
I lotkcn, a monk of :-" Gall, In I'll. wSilo
watching soma wqrklnen builuiag n Midgo ut
n'ul feet '.viilc. li'lieu tho iviud is strong they
clash t" ether with a poIro thai ma;, bo heard
a  ,11.. .a, ■.   i Inl;   on    leaf is pro-
Ar     Kvcll      I ;:::i thei
man. 1   .'.a a il i          a i ,, ,      i.    ir,           •     ,
■              '.    .  eia'M my   ;■::: la, i  on
short   an         . ro almost n
i's Ili'tieeko, in I'i't'il of llieir lioi:..--iii.   nvwed each year, and  the)  tro bo Qrralyab
Louis II:' : stom of tho tree, and so strong
  totboiu    res, that a man may sit oh tho end
Mail is now caiTled between Now Veil.' und ' nf one and rock to antl fro ia perfect Bafoty
Pun nvanclsco In 11:1 hours. i —tviiont ilic American.
56 New    f
Broad St.  |j
2.he business of ALLSOP di MASON has been merged in the
above Company and will be tarried on by tVe Company from this
datoas a General Land Investment and Insurance Agency.
ON  MOKTCiAttE  AT LOW   KATES.
Town Lots ami Farming i.auds f»i
tiulc on ensy arms.
Dr.
J.   Collis    Browne's
CHLORODYNE
ll   H.i'    il
ONLY 'il M INK
Dish 'il up iii readablo style, nr ■■ is
ri ' ■:. .1 early each m        g
i"   : it everyone i>;;n i . e
it at thp hrciikfast
ttibls.
COEEESPONDENI !
In i vwy pari of the
nU-'VJ'iNiOL!
And all the iatesl events of public
inl       i are promptly trunsmittea,
i     ry question of pnhlio
importanoo disoussed
without
FEAR, FAVOR OR PARTIALITY!
HAVING	
A LARGE CIRCULATION
Its advantage! na an
MwiisiM Meim
IS APPARENT.
SUBSCRIPTION:
LITTLE   WON DEB    t IUAB
JTOUE
struliei'i   li
': '     a
I      ,:
'I'll,   i oting   Hem    Wi II
in,!',    eh.aia   - 111 in I 'I"
ng e, t".
AM'
•1 a Ni .'   '•    ij
Yi'U
1
,h,
i
i        .    '       . i,
■ .     ,
:    ,   ■ i Oil,   go
; : ;  Willi  yulll"
:a Pittsford, V 1 .. v. i   ■.  iv ni'.'. li
rciscd b] the playing  ol i 11 in   in an a] -
patently descried i > ol dead of nighl, and
all sortsof ghosl     "iie- were ill   n, when it
i
el,  cat,   whkll    whllcd    IWOJ    thfl i o'l'ii-    wnain   «.v,u   ■■      ['"ie -.
tnd down ihe kcyhoarili host goods al fholowcBl prices. \n.l so
the) should, And if the goncral public will
drop in at the above  place, they will sec
■ :        .  . . .
i   .    ,i : i n .       ai. ... i   .i. , i,,, .1 ,
l ION u.ior   VNt) >ll'it:   inir-l
People always wanl tn  purchase  the
Por Vonr.    -    ■
Ver iTIontll,    -
Pt>r Week.  -
SIl> 00
1  00 i
9.1 Cl*. ;
1 nvali        If you wish In im un
quid from I cadaehr,
': in anil lish, I
1 ■■■'.       ll     vcar)       I rotraclcd
ll
regulate  tl
y. u will proi II
us   i ■ • li     vi rod   li)    Dr.    |. Ci Ills
I . ...'..'. hlch
CIILl 'l.l ll i\ Nl'.   :.:.,'
which I ll be Ihi
most  wonderful .   '
II covi red.
CHLORODYNE'  :      hi    '    I   rcn    )
known fa :   ,: an,oli,in, rironchiliit,
Asthma.
CHI ORODVN1    LCI     like        cliai      I
Diarrhrea, th     :.'. ii I Ihi I rn
ti ; Dysentery.
CIIL0R0DYN1  i i   ■
".. '. i       psy,   I'- •■ iri i,   I' i.
and Sim i
' Hi i>K<M>YXi:i,i|.   . nl) palliative  in
''•'.'.'.        Rhctunotism,    [ I I 'nicer,
.   ll denii   '    .   	
!''ri.in     Symes    ,'.    i
Chemi      Medical Hall, r;  5th,
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Sir:   Wi rtttnit)
:■'   111    lil :   llj on il:.'  nrj ,        ■
lion this justl) ., Dr. I.
1   11      Irov a..'  1 'I.i rodyne, 1 ri 1
(self,  nol only in U ,
he 1 Is a reined) I   utility,
wc   much  question   whcthci
rlod into tl ,,
glad  lo hc.11
\    '    I   :      hom        I Is,   wc
now i the
■
we   fane] i
I'.tncscent.    \i uld  mul
infinitum ttraordinary ol
Dr, Colli I I
nai snd l ", • nl ry Spa m . Cramps,
Neural ' ...
general I      live,    hat  hat irrci
ui ring many
i ■ irs.    la i Ihi ler.iic Diarrli id even if
I     1    re Icrrible fun 1 If, it
I ■ •    .1 \v
havi    never used tm   ol   Ihis
nn Hi in    lii.m  Collis Rrown lirm
it il ledly tl '     ir I
al-' Iran a sense .'( duty tve 1 w
; n     nil   ih.    public,   a.    ivi thc
opinion tnnl the uihstitution "I" tuij othet
than Collis Rrownc's, i A Ml IH] I; \ 11
BREACH OF FAITH UN TIIE I M.'l'
OF THE C1I1 IIS1 ' PRESCRIBE
AND PATIENT \1 lis! YVe nre sir,
faithfully  your , - 1     , M en        ■ 1
thc   I'lruin.     Socii 1)     rGreat Hi !' .
I'm: Han, \ the Yicet  \     1 Ihenti ils.
Albion Iron Works.
(LIMITED;
VICTORIA, B. t.
•  INI a Rl       IR01        ' OUNDI is     AMU
BOILER MAKERS
WORKS:
rOUR, IMSLOVItlO :   1 1 ,. ■■ I-
rem     1     Mi       mil   I 1.11.1     ICnitinc.*,
II t'i.Ii   l '-iiiiiin,-    .... ' Mining    Mo Litre
lli,   Giniii. :„i,!   I',: RF.PAIRfi  cxei an.'
itch     Wort, runr.in ■ niehl nml 'lay.
Wm. Blackmore,
A r i- li i 1 .• .   I .    Ktf.
OFFICE   422 CORDOVA STREET.
"    ll"N   1 ,1 V AM>i|'\ K I',   f
WOK'! II     'IIII IR    WT.KIHT  IN
GOLD.
HpllOW.1V:!i
ing thc parci tho finest assertanont ol Tobaccos (Jigara,
imi 1 Vhctn    thi   ..iti Cigarettes. Pipes in Meerschaum,   I'liav.
1 Vixenish wife (who had etc., and the BEST HAVANA CIGARS
ndl always in stock,   In BOOTS an|l SHOES
nn gnine wilh II,    You   rite  ear   iii ilm everybody can be suited.
babytifilgel   buck, John Hv.  IIii.hi:rt.
Courier
Printing & Publishing Co.,
[LIMITED.]
CAUTION. Vicc-Cnancctloi Sir W.
Page Wood il itcd lhal Or, J, ^^.ili^ llrnwne
was, undoubtedly, \\w invetitor ol Chloro-
dym : thai ;ii stoi y I lhc defendart, f rc4
man,   was tlclfl   mtclj    untrue,   which,  l:c
1 ted   tn say, had   hi :n    «   rn to     Re? I
"The Times," July 13, 18S4.
ii i -. •   1. ■ ■'■... .]>, 1
j ("nl., and us, i t< h.     Noni with" j
ih      ■■■  :il    ■ ' ii    ;.   * ■■■:'■    i'r wnv's !
■ Chlorodyne"  mi  ihe    1 uiyenjm nl ,
0\  ■ whelming  medical    tostlmon)    f»cc ->n * '
I
.i    lii.wan    'I    Piracy    nnd 1 mihl«
' ions.
Sole   Mnnnfactinrcs    1. T. Payer)port, ?3
jGmit  Russell  Street,   illoomiiliun    London
Tills   INCOMVAKAinj-    MII'iriM
has   iccurod   '- n   Etsell an impel ishnhl)
ll i mgh m; |hc wnrhl fm lh< alleviation
re ot mi   1 di in which humnnitj
i- heir.
fl! V.     i'i I. I.n
1. i'ii).ii.   and Improve  thc qiuilil) nl
'    <;.    Tl ■ -      '■ I Ini dip ;tivc nrfinns,
.   ih<   STOMACH   &   noWKl S, in-
i he sccri tor) power ol the 1 ,iver,; 1 u 1
the nei \ on     \ ' m, and throw into the cir-
■■< 1 ho '"■'■    lenient   foi rui 1 lining and
1     iiaiiu .
TV  -   and ■   nf  ]■ 1 ■ m   h iv<  li  tifn d thai
nice niono  th'-y ha\*c heen reslored
Ith   and   slrt ngth   nftei   ever)   i»ll -»
mei ii' have pr«vcd unsucci ssful
THE    OINTMENT
Will lie found invaluable in everj llousehgld
in thc cure "f open Sorcn, Ilnrd Tumors
HAT) 1.1 lis. OLD WOUNDS, COUGHS,
1 I Is, Son Tin..:.: . Ilrnnchiliu, nnd all tbs-
nrdeJs of lhc Thro.il and I'lu-sl, ns alsoGonl,
Khetitnatiiini, Scrofnla, and every kind of
Sian Diaoasc!.
Manufactured "ill)1 tit Professor Ilolloway's
l'stal.lishnienl, 7S New Oxford St. (Intc 513
Oxford   St.), London, ami sold at is. 1 '...I..
oil.. 4s,. 6d. tib., 22., had 33s. each Box
mil Pot.
:. r'T.l'WAKII OF AMERICAN COUNTERFEITS, Purchasers should look to the
l.al.el ..n the Pol nnd boxes. Ifthe address
i« not 513 Oxford Street, l.on.l.ai, iliey arc
spurious,
R. T. WILLIAMS,
Publisher, Book-Binder, Paper Ruler
 AUD——
Ruhbor Stamp  Manufacturer.
OFFICE OF THE
British   Columbta   Directory.
■Electrotyping & Stereotyping.
Corro*pondpnee aolioii nd ond nromptlj
i id to.   GoTornmoat and UkhuI Btnwto. THE   NANAIMO   COURIER,   TUESDAY,   APRIL   23,   1889
NANAIMO   :-: COURIER
TUESDAY', Al'KII. 23,  i**>-
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
l:xi>lniiiiti>rj'.
to press of other matter
Owinu
tion uf "in' telegraph report
niilv crowded out.
por-
is;   unavoi'l-
lo «nr Patrons.
Should anv mistakes or omissions oo-
cnr.our advertising patrons are requested
io kindly overlookthem, iu tins Issue, and
we will make it up in the future.
 •••
Delayed.
Tbo steamer E. Dunsmuir was
in Vancouver yesterday awaiting
rival nf the train from ilu1 East,
ber of passengers wore expected
Irain for Nanaimo, 1ml they
rive.
 «••
Nauaimo Building lode**-.
The mooting of tho Ntwaimo building
Society which was to have takoa
last night, was owing to tin' hick
quorum, postponed until Monday
Ing nest 29th inst.
ol'   Our   HsiHlilt'Bi.     Houses.
(I. Fairburn has removed to
treet, whore he is prepar
lelayed
the ar-
V minion the
lid not ar-
placi
ol
Prospecting.
'l'. Hopkins and T. Griffin sallad fm
Texada yesterday morning In a sloop.
Thev intend to prospectTexada and the
iiiljiiVi'iil 1-liiiuls. Thoy
money in tlial r
tbo finding.
 .*.	
flic Illy To Have  * s Ilia-
Tlu' citv Istohavea flag! Dong have
we waited, (or thecrowning pleasureof
looking nl one llnatinn ovor ibe Oity
Hull, 'that was not borrowed Horn nn
ohliging eithsen. The City Council is to
1... highly commended (or tho step it has
taken.
think there il
'that only wantu
Duplicate Service at St. rnul's.
Rev. J. H. Good wishes to notify the
people ot Nanaimo that tlie same service
will bo held next Sunday, being Octave
or Low Sunday, as was held on Easter
Sunday. In the evening a sermon will
lie preached on "The Subject of the First
I lay uf the Week, from a Church of Kng-
laml Standpoint."   Wednesday evening
| a confirmation class will be held at 7:30.
j Candidates are requested to attend.
Some
.lanii'i
Bastion street, where he is prepared lo
attend to all who wish  neat   littiiiu- fool
wear.   .Mr.  Fairburn also attends to rc-
pairingof all kinds.   Give him a call.
As will be soon by reference to our advertising columns Messrs. B. Aaronson
& Co.. intend removing on the 1st June
to Bullocks' brick block, Victoria Cros-
eeiit. Iii tho meantime they are giving
ureal bargains in their lino.
.lames Harvey intends retiring from
business. Mr. Harvey has been a successful business man in this city lor a
number of years, and his retirement
from active business will cause regret,
Nnnaimo and district is noted (or the
excellent sport which ii affords. Its lakes
and streams are filled with trout, while
the forest abounds in game of all kinds.
There is no better trout fishing to be
found on tlie island than that which lhc
Nanaimo River affords, Hero is also
lite t'raiilii'i'i'y lintel, and "mine host"
Louis Rowan knows how lo enter lo the
weary hunters or the hung.iv fishermen.
Since Messrs. Davics A Beverldge
commenced business they have been decidedly popular. Their store Isreplote
with just such ttoods as are required,
ami which tlie public demands, Look
in and sec (or yourself,
Walter Wilson's new hardvvn.ro store
is noarlng completion, Mr. Mesher, the
well-known contractor ami builder, is
putting on the finishing touches, and
Mr. Wilson expects to occupy the new
premises in about ten days. A visit to
the new slore will repay all.
A BOLD THIEF.
He Enters the Bedroom of E. Evans and
Steals $380, a Gold Watch and
Valuable Papers.
Accident.
Borry to bear of th
painful
Irvine, of
Wo were ,
accident Unit occurred to I
Addison A Irvine, baiters Of this City. It
Beams thai yesterday morning Mr. lr-
vingwas stepping off his wagon onto
the sidewalk, When lie slipped, and
sprained his ankle. Wo hope to s<-'° him
around again soon.
An Apology.
Our apologies are due to our numerous
readers for ihe non-appearance oi the
I'm-itiKii on Sunday morning. The omission of lhat issue was on account caput-
tins? in our new press, ami the consequent delays which a now plant generally
causes.
. .«.	
Ohwoli Decorations.
St. I'tiul's Church was very tastefully
decorated on Easter Sunday. Tlio grouping of the Bowers of the wild dogwood
tree was excellent. Miss Good, Miss h.
(iood, Miss M. Bate and Miss L. Bate,
ably seconded by the American Consul,
were mainly instrumental in producing
the tasteful" good oll'oi't.
discuss
oi the
Tbo   HUCOU'n   lllrlliiluy.
The meeting called last night after Ih
City Council had adjourned to
the question ot the celebration
Queen's birthday was not so numerously
attended as could have lieen wished,
owing to Hie fact that many were unaware of the time and place of meeting.
The collectors reported progress, having
met with great success nml very liberal
subscriptions from those visited. The
next meeting Will ho held in the City
Council Chambers next Monday immediately the Council tuts adjourned. A
large gathering is expected, and a committee will be formed to manage the
programme of sport-.
 .«. .
Death  of   Mrs.  Brlglitmalii
It Is our sad 'Inti' to announce tlie
death of Mrs. Brightman, which took
place vesterday at her homo on Milton
street.' A few days ago Mis. Brightman
had the misfortune to bo thrown out of
a buggy and sustained a fracture oi tho
log, No serious symptoms were anticipated, but Mrs. Brightman must have
sustained Internal injuries that were nol
at first apparent, and which resulted in
her death. The deceasod lady loaves
four children, and her sad demise is
mourned by a host oi friends, whose
sincere sympathies go oul to the bereaved
family in their sad affliction. The
funeral will take place lo-morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. Nanaimo Lodge
Knights of Pythias,oi which Mr. Bright-
man is a moinbc.1, will attend in n body.
—.#.
The Courier,
The Courier appears this morning in
an enlarged form and in a new dress, and
we arc satisfied that our readers and advertising patrons will appreciate the
change. The Commit 1'iiinting And
I'i'iii.isiiixi: Comi'asv has, at considerable expense, added a now press of the
most approved pattern, and new type,
and the appearance of Ihe paper tins
morning will speak for itself. This paper
in its old form received from the citizens
of Nannimo a generous support, and n
glance at our advertising columns
will show lhal our citizens are
not slow to appreciate a first-class advertising medium, Since tlie Inception ol
tho Nanaimo MobOTno CoubTBB we have
iahored under many disadvantages, but
the trials of the past have been largely
overcome, and it will he our endeavor to
give the people a paper second to none
—the conditions being equal—in the
province. The OountER's motto is progress, and it will always be (omul advocating every measure which it believes is
for the welfare of the whole—not the few.
We ask a liberal support, and we believe
it will be accorded,
A  Sensational   Hunt  itiiie.
Four young men decided last Sunday
that a boat ride would he in order, so
thoy procured a skill'and started towards
Departure Bay. On arriving there it was
discovered that though the boat was sufficiently loaded the crew needed ballast,
and a bottle of whisky was accordingly
bought at the Bay saloon, also a few
drinks on the side, and our voyagers
Started on their homeward journey singing "Whisky is the Life of" Man,
There's Ono More River to Cross." On
arriving at Newcastle Point two o( the
crew came to the conclusion thai dry
land was safer than the skill' and were
put ashore. The oilier two continued
their wild career and very soon came to
grief, as thu skiff was overturned, and
but for the assistance of two Nanaimo-
itos who were passing in a boat thev
would undoubtedly have been drowned,
The rescuers righted their boat and
started them afresh. One of Ihem was
found lying close lo tho water anil the
oilier sut in Ihe boat. Officer Stevenson'
from the Bay, was notified that (our men
had started out in a skill' and only two
were found after the craft had upset, lie
hastened to the spot and soon discovered
the true state ol affairs, He called In
the man in the skill' to come ashore, but
he declined; audit was only when he
doomed himself insulted that he was induced In come ashore to settle the affair
by a passage at arms. He was surprised
to find the Darbies promptly placed upon
him, and Hint he was inarched In town.
The other jovial, boating enthusiast was
convoyed home in a lioal. They say
Ihey have had sufiieiciil boating lo last
thctn quite  a lime.
Early Monday morning the night-
watchman, W. Trounce, discovered that
the back door of the Nanaimo hotel was
open and Informed Mr. Evans of the circumstance. Mr. Evans noticed that the
gas jet left alight for the convenience of
guests was out. He tben went to bis
room to get a match to look at his watch,
and discovered to his dismay that the
watch and chain, both gold, were missing as also was bis pocket book, containing ^',80. There were six $5(1 bills, and
four $20 gold pieces, and checks amounting to 11,300. Mr.Kvans then hurriedly
dressed himself and went in search of
Officers O'Coniicll and Trounce and having found tbem, they  returned to the
scene of bis loss. Mrs. tiough, who bad
been Informed ol Ihe robbery, was stationed in the hall, and during Mr. Evans
absence, noticed a man dressed as if
ready lo go out, leave Mr. Kvans' room
and passjhy her nnd make tracks down
the street. She recognized him ns one
oi two young men who had come to tho
hotel and asked to be aceoininoilaleil
with bed and board, till some money
arrived lor them. The fugitive took tlie
direction of the Long Bridge and has not
been soon since. When the officers arrived they went Immediately to the
the room occupied by Ibelwoyoung men
and found the partner of the supposed
thief, George McDonald, in bed protending to iie asleep, lie was promptly
arrested and lodged in jail. On searching
him nothing was found. Officer O'Cen-
nell cnriully searched the rooiii occupied
by the two men with a like result. The
checks were on the bank of British Colombia, and are of course stopped, Information has been wired lo all points on
the island whore possible, and the different ships in the harbor have been noti-
ged to lie on the lookout. The fugitive
from justice has not much chance of get-
ing away as all Iho channels o( escape are
carefully guarded. Mr. Evans thiiJcsthat
the thief must hnve crawled under his
bed before he retired, ns he bolts his
door every night, and Ihen httvo come
out when he slept and stolen the valuables, and but for Ihe alarm of the door
being open, would have quietly gone
back lo his own room and gone lo bed.
Tlie thief, whose name is said to bo
Charles Anderson, catnu from Seattle,
He is about 'Jll years of age, smooth face,
light hair, and about ii feet seven inches
in height. Officer O'Connell and ll.
James proceeded to Oyster Ilay and Chemainus yesterday morning, and returned
about 1 o'clock p. in. They are confident lhal lhc man did no'l lake that
direct inn in his (light.
Dealer in Boots and Shoes,
Wishes to announce that his stock ol
I.AI.IF.S', CHILDRENS' AND (IKNTLKMKNS' BOOTS, SHOES, SLIPPERS, ETC.
In order to make room lor new slock.    *J»yCall and snd secure bargains.
THE    :    NEW   :   STORE
IN   THE   LITTLE   WONDER   CIGAR   STORE
Will be found the choices! brands of Cigars, Tobaccos, Cigarettes, as well as
lhc Quest assortment of Pipes of every variety lo be found in the city.
J. Hy. Hilbert, Commercial Street.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
-Five
iiincrs
Five.  Hundred  Mkn   Wanted,-
hundred men wanted t" unload sch
nt the Central Hotel.
"I'l'.n Tor" cigars; four lot a QUARTER at
the Little Wonder Cigar Store.
■ j. II. Hubert.
Piano   Tuning.
f\R.DE8.S FOR TU
^    pianos unit orgattl
attended to promptly.
April l8-lf
UNO ASH REPAIRING
If left ai thi. oflice, will lit
A. ANOERMAN.
Nanaimo Saw Mill.
Haslem & Lees,
MAKUPAGTUBBBfl OP M.I. KIN1)S OP
Rough and Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Laths and Pickets,
Doors, Windows and Blinds,
Moulding, Turning, Scroll Sawing, and all kinds of Wood Finishings,
£sJT"AII orders sent to  Iheir address at  Nanaimo, II.C, will have Hie most
prompt attention. Ap28 HASLEM & LEES.
Hudson's Bay Coy,
Have Received Ex "Mennock" and "Stowe" Full Supplies
of Liquors and Provisions and Offer the Same
for Sale at Market Prices.
t
Ap
T    L.   BROWNE   &       O.,
Will Open on Friday Next, April 5th,
WITH   A  CAREFULLY   SELECTED  AND
FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF ROYS' AND
GENTI.EMENS* FURNISHINGS.
All coods marked in plain figures and at CASH PRICES.
T. L. 1JROWNE & CO.,    -    Next door to Spencer & Perkins.,
VICTORIA   CRESCENT.
:E3-\r ©ry-fc>ody    let   Invltod.
u
O
GRAND CLEARANCE SALE!
FOR
30 Days Only 30
 COMMENCING	
\A."X*T7X*.X>A.-Xr,    APRIL    Vtlx,    'a©
Goods will be sold at cost to make room for an entire new stock.
We intend for the future to
11 UY  FOR CASH  AND SELL FOR CASH,
And our Prices will be LESS than Auction or
Co-Opcrative Prices.
CASH  - CLOTHING   - STORE,
B. AARONSON &  CO.,   -   Commercial St. near Bastion, Nanaimo, B.C
March 30—May 7
COAL!
Nanaimo BuildingSociety j J TJ PT.'RAfJ'R
npHE ANNUAL MEETING OF I'll!'. SHARE-   " ' ■*■"■■ ■*■ "        «"» ™"M
holders of iti
Monday, land April at 1^ |i-
fur Ilm rttirpOlfl ot elsCtlriB
OfDceri for the Btisulns term,
WM
LETTERS  FROM  THE  PEOPLE.
Editor Courier:—Yestorday I was
uvilcd to take a look at your new plant,
md I was surprised to see everything in
such good shape, ll certainly did remind
mo nt tin' printing offices way back East.
I am sure an enterprising olliee like
yours, ought In he well patrnnizod, as I
see the CourierCompany has not spared
any expense in trying to till a long felt
want, and I am satisfied that Ihe stall'
thai is employed, should he nhle to give
tho public a first-class paper with the
plant that thoy have got, ami I am salis-
lieil that the business men will advertise
liberally if thoy study their own interests, 1 think you ought tu treble your
subscription list, now the paper is coming out in 1111 entirely new dress and in a
much larger form. I have been Inking
your paper since it first started, and I
"am satisfied lhat yon have been working
at a great disadvantage with the old worn
out press that you had, but I still took
it, although at times it would have been
better with a little more ink. The nowl
was very good for a place like Nana!
mo, as we are all aware that this is not n
place where news is easily collected, hut
we have had considerable more news
since the Courier changed hands, and I
hope you will still continue lo increase,
as you have done, and also advocate, the
interests of the city at large, as your
columns have always been open lo discuss Uie best interests of the eity. I
hope you will always follow the stops
you have taken, and then we shall soon
"reap the benefits of a live paper. Thanking you for the small space this will oi
etipy, yours
"A Si'iiscniKit And Wici.i. WlSItliR,
00WI0HAN NEWS.
Iiuti'lni'. 'en fete.
Saturday night was Nonaimo's night
out, one 'would believe if he saw the
crowds on the streets to witness the lirsl
appearance ol the Nanaimo junior band,
and to listen to Ihe sweet strains dis-
ifiiirced by the Wellington hand. The
Nanaimo junior hand gave a very creditable performance. They have only had
two weeks practice, and are to be highly
commended for Iheir efficiency. Tbev
say Ihey need a few more seconds nnd
would he glad of the assistance of nny
men who would care (o join them. This
hand will give frequent street performances and arc deserving of every encouragement. Tlie two bands obligingly
waited for each other lo finish a performance before starting in themselves. It
was gratifying to see the fraternal manner in which the two bands would stand
around and listen to each other playing.
Of course with two hands we may expect
a deal of good natured rivalry. The Wol-
lington bund is too well known to need a
description. Tbe good quality of the
music rendered by tbem is well known
in this town. They appeared in uniform
with neat little lamps tixed on the front
of their caps, nnd the effect was very
good.
The Courier wishes In acknowledge a
visit from both the Wellington nnd Nanaimo junior bands, and hopes to see
them often on the Nanaimo streets.
A grand social and concert was held ill
the Agricultural Hull at Quamochan last
night for the benefit of the Eplscpal
church at that place. It was largely nt-
tendeil and proved n grand success.
Seeding operations are progressing rapidly and will soon he completed.
A party of gentleman from Victoria
have been enjoying a few days sport
fishing in tho Cowichan river. They
met wilh grand success, and returned
home yesterday.
Shaving & Bath Parlors
OPPOSITE COURIER OFFICE,
iL JJewis,    -    Proprietor.
CALDWELL & LEWIS,
-Till'.—
Fashionable
Have the Choices
Foreign and Domestic
Have the Chniccst Assortment of
CLOTHS AND TWEEDS,
CLOTHS AND TWEEDS,
CLOTHS AND TWEEDS,
GENTS'
GENTS'
GENTS'
 AND	
FURNISHING
FURNISHING
FURNISHING
IN NANAIMO.
Latest
GOODS.
GOODS.
GOODS.
jocittty "ill i'« liclil on
., »i tin: Fireman's' Hall,
Board uf Director! and
K. l.hlt.HTON,
April 15*22 Secretary.
TO BUILDERS.
ENDERS WILL   BE RECEIVED UT
to 6 o'clock p.m. of Tuesday, lhc 23rd
insst., far the erection of a Methodist
church.
Plan ami specifications can he seen at the
olliee of S, Gough, Esq,
The lowest or any tender will not necessarily he accented. Address tenders to S.
•' nigh, Esq, THOS. HOOFER,
Nanaimo, April 6th, 'So. Architect.
Ap 9.-20
U
—1JEAI.ER  IN—
HARDWARE,    STOVllS,     PA1NTB,    OILS
ROPE,  GLASS, RIFLES,
CARTRIDGES, PAINT
BRUSHES,
OITY 'WLA.Xl.XSLXVT.
Next   door   to   Hirst's   Pros.,
Commercial |Street.
«. D. DEEBLE, Prop.
Conscnntly on hand a full assortment of
Choice Meats ami Vegetables,
Shipping supplied  al short notice.
NOTICE.
Tin and Sheet Ironware,
READY MIXED PAINT'S,
NAILS, BUILDERS HARDWARE AND CARPENTERS'
TOOLS.
T XX Ei
Vancouver Coal Mining
AND   LAND   CO.    (LIMITED.)
THE    WELL-KNOWN   NANAIMO AND  SOUTI1F1ELD   STEAM,
GAS,    AND    HOUSE   COALS   ARE    MINED   ONLY    BY
THIS   COMPANY,   AT   THEIR ESPLANADE AND
SOUTH FIELD COLLERIES,  NEAR   THE
PORT   OF   NANAIMO.
OCEAN  STEAMERS AND  THE   LARGEST  DEEP-SEA VESSELS
LOAD  AT  THE COMPANY'S  WHARVES AT ALL
STATES OF THE TIDE AND  RECEIVE
PROMPT  DISPATCH.
A Full Assortment at Lowest Prices,
[Victoria  Crescent,
NANAIMO.  II.C.
I
CALL    :    AND    :    SEE     :    US.
CALDWELL & LEWIS,
Commercial Street,   -   -    Nanaimo,  B. C.
apl3-nn
VANCOUVER
Furniture: Warehouse
The firstol the season Riverside oranges,
navel oranges and new cabbages con be
obtained at George Cavalsky's. *
Stylish prints, embroidered dresses,
handsome new French dress goods, watered Dhishes just received at Arthur Bullocks.
PERS0MAL.
JOHN HILBERT,
IS  Sl'.l.I IMI
Furniture  and   Household
GOODS
CHEAPER than ANV OTHER HOUSI
IN  TIIK CITV.
.Mrs. W. II. Adams, Miss DoBhorand
Misj Lilllo Hilbert arrived hy the noon
train on Sunday from Victoria, and returned yesterday afternoon totheOapi-
tai.
Vf. T. l.ivmk, representing the Hudson's Bay Company, Victoria, is in the
city on a business trip.
James Porgoter returned from Harrison Hot Springs last ovoning greatly improved in health,
W. Hirst, of Hirst Brothers, is suffering from an attack of rheumatic fever of
a severe form,
Mrs. J. II. Hilbert and son lefl this
morning for Victoria.
Mrs. P. Sabiston went In Victoria by
yesterdays's train.
J. Walworth, of Walworth A Dewey,
Now Westminster, arrived by (he noon
train yesterday.
Mrs. Harder returned from the Capital yesterday.
Mrs. Norris and family returned from
a visit to Victoria by tlie same train.
W. C. llalleck, thc Courier's special
Texada correspondent, returned from
Hint iBlnnd ou Friday.
Before purchasing any groceries, dry
goods, jewelry or any other merchandise,
consult the advertisements in Ihe Courier.
RAIIi'WAT
On Good Friday, April igth,
-AND-
EASTER MONDAY, APRIL Hit,
The train service will be thc same |
as on Saturdays and Sundays as per
time table No. io.    Return tickets for
a single fare.    JOS. HUNTER,
Ap 17-23 Gen'l Supt.
DON'T STOP
UNTIL VOU ARRIVE AT
1.1 Fraser's
Where  you  can get goods
LOWER than at Eastern prices.
I. O. O. F.
• ANNIVERSARY ■
Ball  and  Supper, i
Under the Auspices of
BLACK   DIAMOND    LODGE   No.
INSTITUTE    HALL
Friday, Aoril 26th, '89.
TICKETS
-     $3 00.
Bastion,   Front and   Wharf
Sts., Nanaimo, B. C.
George Cavalsky's
FrnitMartet
VICTORIA CRESCENT,
Is the placi to get your FRUIT always
lhc first and hest of the season, he-
sides if yott want
Fanoy    Artioles,
Jewelry, Pipes anil Cigars of which
he has the biggest assortment
in town, as  well as being
agent for
McKay's   - London    -   Cigars,
For Nanaimo anil Wellington.
Hip, ia thc place and no  other, as he imports
his own goods and saves yon money.
IGive him a call and satisfy yourself.
Victoria  Orescent.
Just  to hand a beautiful slock of
Gold and Silver Watches
JS.TXCL   OI00K.B
At    prices   that    will   surprise   you.
Painters
Should  call and sec our immense stock of
BRUSHES of all hinds.
TRUNKS, VALISES, LAMP
CHIMNEYS, BROOMS, Etc.
AUCTION SALE ONSATURDAY NIGHT
April bo
QUE EN
Chop and Oyster House,
Long Blldge, Nanaimn, 11. C.
OYSTERS   IN   EVERY    STYLE
Raw, Fry, Fancy Roast,
Plain Knast, Oyster Loaf,
New York Stew, llox Stew, Fan Roast.
FISH : GAME : AND : CHICKEN
AI.I.  KINI1S OF   ROASTS.
ICE  :  CREAM
|3TOpen day ami night. Meals 25 cents
and upwards. Hoard and Lodging liy the
day, week or month.
W. H. PHILPOTT, Prop.
npl3-tf
This is Hilbert's "ad" and Don't
You Forget It.
VAVC10UVER  FURNITURE WAREHOUSE STILL AT TIIE FRONT.
Hoods sold on the instalment plan.   We I'ltiry a full line of UotlBO Furnlehing
Goods, Linoleums, Carpets, and Parlor Bedroom Suits, made to order in
style, color or pattern.   Wo keep tho largest stock oi Wall Paper
nl any House In the city.   All our Upholstering done on
tliiKpi'i'inises.    Childi'i'iis' Carriages, Crockery,
Glassware, ('liiiia Klei'lt'o-plali'il ware,
Tahle Cutlery,
AGENT  FOR TIIE GENUINE  SINGER  SEWING  MACHINE.
Parties wishing 11 general outfit of Furniture will do well hy examining my slock
hciore Inlying elsewhere. Also the hest equipped undertaking cstithlishnient
this side of San Francisco, and the only einhahner in the cily. Note the
address and don'l you forget it.
Bastion, Front and Wharf Streets, Nanaimo.
J. Hilbert,
Proprietor.
-IMPORTER   OF-
Stoves, Grates, Ranges, Pumps, Lead Pipes, Zinc, and
General Hardware.
Manufacturer ol Tin, Copper, Zinc and Sheet-iron Ware.   £flT*Metal RoofuiK
and Repairing.   A full line of Hardware of nil description constantly
in slni'k til bottom prices.    A call solicited.
"Walter "Wilson, - Commercial St.
Ap 28
Oppenheimer Bros.,
PIOATXIBR
Wholesale Grocery House,
100 and X02 Powell Street, Vancouver, fi. C.

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