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VOL.
NANAIMO,    I.. C,   U'RD.NESIVW.    APfi.IL    10th,    1889.
No. 28.
SPMJIR   k  PERKIIS. Mfii^HEWS.'T^eraFro_Jhe p^,e' ;.niib states news
■H)p**w ^tmfttw A 1*1'   1   _VI_   |)f.l rev
NEW    GOODS    ARRIVING    E V K R Y    DAV
OF   MILLINERY   AND   MANTLES
On  Friday April  5th, 1889.
DON'T FORGET—ALL NEW COOPS.   NO OLD STOCK.
On and after April ist store will open at 8 a.m. and
close at 7 p.m., Saturdays 10 p.m.
SPENCER
March ti-i
& PERKINS.
DELMONIOO   RESTAURANT
0___*__r©_fc_. fl.t_t.eet, "NTanaimo, _3. O.
H.    DEMPSEY,    Proprietor.
THIS
RESTAURANT   HAS
FIRST
BEEN RECENTLY
CLASS STYLE.
FITTED UP   IN
FURNISHED ROOMS, SINGLE OR IN
ANY 1IME.
SUITE, CAN BE HAD AT
GOOD  SAMPLE  ROOMS  IN  CONNECTION.
COAL!
T _t___ _"_-
Vancouver Coal Mining
4ND   LAND   CO.   (LIMITED.)
THE-WELL-KNOWN, NANAIMO AND SOUTHFIELD   STEAM,
GAS,   AND   HOUSE   COALS   ARE   MINED   ONLY   BY
THIS   COMPANY, AT  THEIR ESPLANADE AND
SOUTH FIELD COLLERIES, NEAR   THE
PORT   OF   NANAIMO.
OCEAN STEAMERS AND THE   LARCEST DEEP-SEA VESSELS
LOAD AT THE COMPANY'S WHARVES AT ALL
STATES OF THE TIDE AND RECEIVE
PROMPT  DISPATCH.
OPPENHEIMER   BROS.,
PlONEHiin
Wholesale Grocery House,
ioo and ..02 Powell Street, Vancouver, B. C.
Two
FOR    SALE
Million Bricks
BY   THE
Sir Julian Pauncefort the
New British Minister
to Washington
1
WILL LEAVE ENGLAND SAT U ED At
An Englis Aristocrat Fatally Shoots
Himself Aud His  Mistress—
Parnell  Commission,
I.OS'noK news,
London, April 9.—A short time ago
Goldsmith Hunt, a relative of Lady Scott,
engaged rooms for liiinseh" nnd mistress,
a noted soubrotto actress named Marin
DoBrnhams, in a house on Mansfield
Road, Tho couple appeared to b_ on the
best of tonus with one another till Monday, when they quarrelled, tho dispute
ending In Hunt's shooting Iho woman
and himself dead, Tho afflilr createjT a
tremendous sensation, but lie police are
trying to hush it up on account of the
prominence ofthe families with which
Hunt was connected, Hunt was wealthy
ami accomplished, antl married |o a charming woman, but for several veers has
been very dissolute, and hid family relations became strained.
Count Poppt-nheiiii, formerly Adjutant
to the late Ludwig, of Bavaria, has absconded lo America, with funds, which he
obtained by the sale of his estates, leaving
a Inrgo number of creditors to bewail his
flight.
Sir Julian Pauncefort, the new British
Minister to Washington, will sail for New
York on Saturday. lie (roes alone and
will return in tlie autumn to escort Lady
Pauncefort lo the American capltol.
THE PAHNELL COMMISSION".
London, April 9.—. ei- Charles Kussell
continued his address before the Parnell
commission to-day. confining his r.murks
to a review of the evidence furnished by
the Times.
Agnes Robertson, (he divorced wifo of
Dion Bouoicault, made an application in
the divorce court to enforce the payment
of alimony awarded in court in 1888, from
the proceeds of Bouelcaillt's British copyrights. Bouclesnlt averred that tho ropy-
rinhts were no lonirerhis, but were assigned in 1880 to one Cndogen, of New York,
iu behalf of his present wife. The Judge
doubted the existence of C'ndogen and declared the assignment fraudulent and void.
He then ortlered that copyright moneys
in possession o the court be paid to the
plaintiff.
rod.ancier's trial.
Faris, April 9.—A bill describing the
manner of conducting (leneral Boulanger's
trinl by the Senate, was discussed to-day
in Ihe Chamber of Deputies. M. De
f.nfosse denounced the bill as an insult to
the public conscience, He declared Hint
a political body like the Senate could not
render an impartial decision. This objection raised great disorder in the Chamber
and it was with great difficulty that tbs
President could restore order. M. De
l.afosse saitl that Boulanger ought to be
tried nt the assizes, otherwise it would be
a disgrace to the Senate.
PIONEER   STEAM   BRICK   YARD.
IIOIILAKQKRS   ITNISIIME NT.
Paris, April li.—In consideration of the
bill providing for tbe proper pnnislime.it
of Hen. Boulanger, in the chamber "f
deputies to-day, the propositi nf .I. Rlbot
that a majority of seven twelfths nf the
senate should be necessary to make a sentence valid was rejected. The bill as originally introduced was thou passed bv a
veto of 318 to 205.
OCR l.AN'll i-ourv
EriiTnit Ciukikii:—I rend with a mingling of pie... im- and regret ihe resolution
of Ibe Vtiiicoiivi-i'   Iloaid of Trade,  with
regard to our land policy.   Lam greatly
pleased that an Influential body like the
Vancouver  Board  of Trade  should,  no |
matter how dim the vision may be, begin j
lo recognize the evil of hind  grabbing.
Why that body Is so zealous about agrl-l
cultural land I cannot see, unless it possi- j
lily springs from the widespread and gen-
entity a copied idea that land is something
peculiarly agricultural.   This is loo nar-1
row a view of the hind question, and I
have not tlie loiist doubt   bul  what  Ihe
Board In question will, on thinking the
; mallei' over, see the injustice in all html
grabbing.   Mr. Keith tells us of men that j
are holding live aud  six thousand aires I
out of all use, for the avowed purpose  of
higher prices; aires, no doubt, capable of
supporting many families.   But has Mr.
Keith not seen one acre or less held  out
of use for the purpose of higher prices;
one acre or  iess, capable, in many eases,
lo support hundreds of families.
The popular remedy of limiting land
ownership which, no'doubt, was in the
minds of the gentlemen of the Board of
Trade is wholly inadequate; does not, in
fact, go to the root of the evil.
Allow me, Mr. Ktlitor, a little extra
space in your valuable journal for the
purpose of pointing out a few inconsistencies in limited land-ownership.
First—Where agriculture Is carried on
for profit it is absolutely necessary that it
should be on a large scale. An agriculturist I'lin-iol avail himself of the" inventions and imprcvetnents which mark our
century, if by law compelled lo limit the
operation Of his Capital. The introduction
of steam and electricity have made an
epoch in farming as well as other lines o!
prnillll'lioil.
I Second—1 would draw your allention
to the fuel that a ten-acre holding ill the
centre of the business part of the terminal cily, or any other city of Importance,
'. a fur greater monopoly than fifty thousand acres on the Skccna River, or the
BOrth end of Vancouver Island.
Third—If A, B, C and D pre-empt or
purchase 160 acres each, antl thereby he-
eiiiue the exclusive owners thereof, what,
is to prevent tne from buying out the
whole four?
No, Mr. Editor; if we admit thnt land
can rightfully be private property, then it
is wrong of society to limit or otherwise
interfere in the management of land.
Hut land being a natural element, a
gratuitous offering o'the Almighty Father
of us all, can never rightfully be' private
property. John S. Mill says "Its appropriation is wholly a <|Ue.uon of general
expediency, When private property in
hand-is not expedient it is unjust. The
monopoly of land is only defensible as a
necessary evil." II." Spencer says:
"Equity does not permit private properly
in land. If landowners have a valid right
to its surface, all who nro not landowners
have no right at all to its surface. Hence
such can exist on the earth by sufferance
only. Ills manifest that an exclusive
possession of the soil necessitates an Infringement of the law of equal freedom.
For men who cannot live and move and
have their being without the leave of
others, cannot be equally frco with
others," Now the vexed question arises,
how are we to secure to each an equal
share in our heritage? An equal division
of land will manifestly not do. When one
hundred men own a railroad, steamboat
or a mine, each does not operate bis own
fraction of the whole, but it is operated
in common and the profit divided, in
the same way can society operate its land,
by simply appropriating economic rent
for common purpose, or in other words,
abolish all taxes hut one single tax on
Coal Mines in Pennsylvania:
Resuming Operations     i
and the
A   I'I mors  STORM.
Baltimore, April!).--1{ .porta of disaster
i from Saturday's storm come in from Cape
Henry and show that it wns the - *<H_t
in ten years. II. is hard
iIn- number of lives lnstj
vessels ashore or sunk/
lhat between fifty an.'.
sels were damagedbjji.*     ... ..	
j lhc cape. Tl a- ntrHtv\aH6ip»rt to-day
Miiinlierrd only three'ocei0 steamers,and
one of I hem hits |j.i_clue threo days1.
Details of the storm are coming in tiff
'. slowly. Tiie stenmshiy OttpStm, bout
' Glasgow, reports that on Monday ___*__-
! ing she sighted a bark sixty miles south-
PROSPECTS  MOKE WOOI^IM ^
; been the liark Albert Hobs, which broke
i adrift on Saturday, and whese crew were
j landed nl Port Royal on Monday by Ibe
| .leauiei State of Texas. The C_spi___
; also reported a schooner ashore at the
cape and another ten miles below. The
steamer Westmoreland reports that in
j Rappahannock River a number of wharves
have been washed away, and the lew
lands nlong tbe river covered with water,
THR KIBE PIEND.
No
More War Vesseh to be Sent
Samoa, "Until After the Berlin
Conference.
to
land values?
X
PERSONAL.
COUGH LAN   c_
Post Office Box no.
MASON   Pro-RHT-irs,  VICTORIA,    11.   ('
wn.i. i-hai.i.i-:..
Sydney, N.
champion oar
IB TEEMElt   and   O'CONNOR.
A. R. JOHNSTON k Co.
^Importers k Mm irctate
BASTION STREET & GORDONS WHARF,
NANAIMO.
___.  FULL  LINE  OF
Finest   Groceries   and   Fresh   Provisions
KEPT   IN   STOCK.
Ships    Disbursed   and    Supplies   Furnished
 -_• *» *	
\FAMILICS AND  SHIPPING  SUPPLIED.   GOODS   DELIVERED  TO ALL
PARTS   OF   CITY   AND   VICINITY.
(AGENT   FOR   PACIFIC   COAST    ST.AMSHIP   COMPANY
AGENT FOR THE EAST COAST STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
8. W., April 0.—Searle,
man of Australia, will Ball
for England next month, When honrrl.es
In Kngland ho wilt issue a challenge to
Teenier and O'Connor oH-riug to row
them for .600 etch atul thorliiiiiiriii.nship
of tho world. The contest lo lake place
on ihe Thames.
ON   HOHBBBACK TO PARIS.
st. Petersburg, April 0.—Fonr Russian
military officers have wagered that they
will cover the distance between St. Petersburg and Paris on horseback within forty-
five days. The wager has been accepted,
anil the officers will stall on their journey
some time during May.
FORE AXn CHOLERA,
London, April 0.—The recent fire at
Surat, India, rendered 15,000 persons
homeless. Cholera has since made its
appearance in the same district.
A FALSI!  REPORT.
Brussels. April il.—The Independence
Pi.'lge prints a dispatch from Zanzibar,
which says that the report that Henry M.
Stanley and Emin Hoy are on Ihe inarch
towards Zanzibar is a story invented by
the Arabs.
Messrs. ,T. W. Carter, A. Shaw, R.
Seoular, and I!. Evans went to Victoria
by yesterday morning's train.
Miss A. Fiddick went to Victoria by
the same train.
Messrs. A. Ilaslem and .1. Wilson arrived by the mid-day train yesterday.
Mr. .1. Dunsmuir of Dunsniiiii' A Sons,
returned to Nanaimo yesterday.
Mr. M. Skinner, C. I.'., arrived here last
night on the steamer Amelia on  his way
lo I '01110...
Mr. 1-). McDonough, Ihe rustling sewing machine and organ man, left for Co-
iinix this morning on a business trip,
Rev. Father Durand left last nighl on
the steamer Amelia for Comox. lie takes
the good wishes of every one hers to his
new home.
Frank ('lemons, of Alberni, is registered nt the Central Hotel.
Mr. L, Neiibert, of New Vork, and Mr.
Or. Phillips, Victoria, are staving atthe
Royal Hoiei.
NO TliOt'W.E IN'   PANAMA,
Washington, April 0.—The state department learned through Lieut Adamson,
consul general at Panama, that the disturbances which were feared owing to the
stoppage of work on the canal, have not
oceurred and that good order prevails in
that locality. Tlie laborers who were
thrown out of work were rapidly leaving,
whites going to Chill, and negroes to
Jamaica. Mercantile failures have necessarily bean HiiiK.oiis and many solvent
houses there eloBed their affairs, as business could b" no longer continued with
profit. Many merchants were turning
their attention to Porto Hico, where the
railroad works are giving employment to
many hands, while others are going lo
Nicaragua. The consul also reports lhal
ti greal many railroads are soon to be
limit In Chill, and thai in Jamaica, American capitalists are projecting extensive
enterprises of a similar nature. Inning
the past year not less than 10,000 laborers hive left tbe canal. The ollicers of
the company have direcled the continuance ol the work at several poinls on the
line, but il is thought this is onlv to prevent questions arisingfrom ils total abandonment, nntl to prole I property which
has already suffered from the depredations of thieves, till purchasers can be
found.
SA.MOAN  AFFAWS.
Washington, April 9.—State department
officials were very reticent to-day when
asked about the report, that nn agreement hail been reached between (lermany
and Ihe United States,that no war vessels
nre lo lie sent lo Samoa until after the
result ef the Berlin conference is announced here. There is little doubt, bow-
ever, that both governments an
already commuted to such an agreement. It is well understood that
the proposition to lenvo Samonn wnters
unguarded by f lermany and the United
States, and just ns they were .after thc typhoon had wrecked and disabled the vessels of both governments, came originally
from Bismarck, ami he was promptly met
half way by our government ami thai
proposition was accepted, This will leave
matters in statu-quo and the British government alone to protect those waters,
and lookout for German, American anil
British Interests until Ihe Berlin conference settles affairs.
Louisville, April 9.—The Loaisvil'e
Bridge and Iron Company's works, the
largest establishment of the kiad ia the
South, was destroyed by fire last night.
Loss, |150,000.
TRAIN ROBBERS CAFTt'lED
Albuquerque, N. M., April 8.—The ansa
who a month ago . roHbM the train at
Canyon Diablo, hat* «_>n captured. The
sheriff telegraphed from Knaubell that
one was .aught on the 1st instant aad
two nn the fouri*gija_il that he is oa his
way to Milford WH»r nirt prisoners.
SHIPPIIG TOWB.
RAILWAY AFFAIRS,
Chicago, April 9.—The first meeting of
Inter-State Commerce Railway Commission under the chairmanship of Mr.
Walker, was held here to-tlay. The session wns almost entirely consumed in
consideration of the Kansas City fast
train question. Receiver McNulta, of the
Wabash, proposed that extra fare should
be charged for extra service, or that a differential rate be allowed to roatls which did
not have fast service to Kansas City, l'n-
der the rules Ihe mailer was referred to n
committee of the malingers. General discussion on the Intel-State Commerce act
followed, it being unanimously decided to
enforce its provisions, and learn by experience whethir or not ii is practical. The
meeting Ihen adjourned to tbo seeontl
Tuesday in July.
I'ltC.slllKM'l.tl.   APPOINTMENTS,
Washington, April D.—The President
I to-dav made the following appointments!
Frank P, l.uinlev, of Vermont, United
States Attorney  forthn District  of Ver-
i mont; George A. Knight, of Texas, I'ni-
! ted Stales Marshal for the Northern Dis-
I tricl of Tex is; l.on If. Bennett, Indian
Agentat I'nion Agency, in the Indian
Territory: GeorgeB.McDowell Register
ofthe Land Office al Huron, Dakota.
-Viiillltil     iu   VI.II..U.
POl't.ANOER S INDICTMEN'r.
Paris,   April    9.—Tbe  indictment
of
G.m. Boulanger is directed against Count
I) linn, At, M. Laguery, Ro-befort and
Dnbarail and twj Parisian journalists.
BOl'l. IKQBR WARNED.
Brussels, April 9.—The Government,
has warned Boulanger to abstain from
political agitation, antl promises not to
exp '1 bim from Belgium if be complies.
It is women who write most of the English and American novels, though men still
ply lhat Industry, and il is women who nre
most popular in their novels. What hns sold
si .veilas "Uncle Tom?" Who in l-'rance
wns read as much as George Sand? or in Kng-
land as Charlotte Bronte and George I'liotl?
or in Sweden as Fr-drika llrcmer? or in
America as Miss Alcott, or now in all countries as Mrs. Ward? No wonder that these
great successes and many others that could be
named  tempt   women lo write many poor
j novels and sonic good one;, lhc majority be-
ing mediocre, however, or neither good nor
, bad. But mediocrity in a novel is now
much higher in quality than il used to be, thc
novel-writing talent having grown by cultivation, until lhc fourth-rate novelist can write
I heller than any but thc first-rate author
could fifty years ago.—Springfield Republican.
v. c, to.
The ship Wilna is loading coal at the
company's wharf.
The Southern California is expected te
arrive to-morrow.
WELLINGTON.
The steamer San Mateo cleared fram
San Francisco last Monday for Departure
Bay.
FOR TEI-DA.
The steamer Rustler sailed last night
lor Texada with the following passengers:
R. Brown, B. C. Bound, W. Tree, J. McMillan.
FROM THI   NORTH.
The steamer Amelia Bailed last evening
for Comox and northern porta with the
following passengers:
Father Durand, W Beveridge, W Dunn,
F J Tilden, K M McDonough, _ Skinner,
C K , and party. Father Durand toek up
his horse ami buggy.
FROM VICTORIA.
The steamer Amelia arrived yesterday
afternoon from Victoria with the fallowing passengers. Mr. E. Skinner, C. E.,
and party, en route for Comox to survey
in that district, Mrs. Booth, and iit. 1.
Phillips. Consignees.—N. E, P. Society,
0. Karst. Sabiston _c Wilcox, ... Bright-
•inn, W. Bndcock, J. Sbaw, J. Kilpatritk
W. Parkin, K. Watkins. G. Bevilackway,
A. R. Johnston „ Co, Palmer A Key, A.
A, Henderson, E. Pimbury.
THIS AUD THAT.
Some simple country p.asant came to a
celebrat .d sculptor in Vic»na and ordered a
statue of St. Francis
"D.i you want him tlead or alive?'' asked
the sculptor.
"Well vim can make him alive, aad if he
don'l suit it will be an easy matter u ki.ck
him in Ihe head."
Visitor at a scho_l—"Utile hoy, y.tt ___
cypl
her .-.riarWlity well."
ittl- boy—"Humph! you ougkter see nt
Hoarder Jones—"Mrs. Flapjack, caa'tyau
put a stop to rout two daughters playisg
four-handed at the piano?"
Mrs. Flapjack—'.Why don't y.u marry
one of them? That will put a step lo it
right off."
He—"I don't think I'd care lo warrya
very learned woman."
She—"I dare sav you arc right. Vou
don't want your wife to know too much, lo
fact, you doa't care to have her kn_fSS auich
a-, you do."
"1 don't say that. 1 doa't wast a stupij
wife, cither."
SPECIAL NOTICES.
CREASE OF RAILWAY BATES.
York, April lb—The   trunk
New York, April 0.—The trunk line
presidents to-day Adopted B resolution recommending an increase ol east-bound
livestock rntes from __'... to l?t! cents, and
a reduction of car rates; also an increase
of rates, for carrying dressed beef. Final
action was deferred until the western
roads pass the resolution. The passenger agents met antl discussed emigrant
rales, but look no action in the matter.
The New Jersey Central joined the association.
A SHARP  TRICK.
Shamokln, Fa., Aprils.—Daniel Keller,
a wealthy farmer living in llenr Gap Valley, was robbed of $4,000 yesterday afternoon by two strangers, who called on bim
and commenced dickering for the purchase of his farm. The sharpers engaged
the old gentleman in a game of curds nnd
induced liim to bet tbe above sum on a
card. Sir. Keller deposited the money on
I the table' whereupon one of the sharps
covered him with a revolver while the'
j other scooped the farmer's ensb  up, and
| both tben made their escape.
BKSl'MINO   OPERATIONS.
Pittsburg, April 9.—After a shut down
of only a week's duration, all of the Mo-
nonghela River Coal Works resumed
work, with the exception of Hosmer A
Roberts, yesterday.   Six thousand  men
The first of the season Riverside oranges,! are  tl,ereb>'  .Biv<*n   •*"'■. "J'".6**''   Tho
navel oranges antl new cabbages  can  lie
Smoke The
Cigar in town,
Cavalsky's.
News tbe  liest  5 cent
Only 5 cents at Geo.
obtained at Gcorgo Cavalsky's.
I prospects lor the river coal trade are now
I much more encouraging than they were a
\ week ago,
Ladies, don't forget to call and see tlie
pretty Hats at       Arthib Bi-llosc's.
"Peg Tor" cigars; four lor a quarter at
the Little Wonder Cigar Store.
" J. II. Hilbert.
Some very elaborate and handsome
things in mantles and new neck wear at
Arthur Bollocks. •
Before purchasing any groceries, dry
goods, jewelry or any other merchandise,
consult the advertisements in the Counts*.
The Vancouver Coal Mining and Land Co.,
limited, hereby give notice lhat any person
found cutting or removing timber from their
land, without obtaining permission at tbe
Company's Office will be prosecuted.— S.
M. Robins, Sunerintendent. *
Stylish prints, embroidered dresses,
handsome new French dress goods, water
ed nlushis just received at  Arthur B»l
locks. •
Strangers and others visiting Departure
Kay or East Wcllinging are strictly pre
hihit-d from riding on the cars ea the East
Wellington Rallw_>.T-iEAST WELLING.
TON COAL CO. •
New Millinery, FajshionaMe Hats. Tha
very latest stylo' in flats and Bonne* arrived this day. CRll and net the beat se>
lection. Artivs. Btn_.oc_. m>
NANAIMO
COURIER
l.i_dlv teachers, so  that the  Instruction
mav be more individualized and the seme
_ j i are taken lo consider Ihe  personality cf
AN- INDEPENDENT NEWSHAFER  ! tne little scholar in the class   room that a
--— i wise mother gives to lier own child in Ihe
WEDNESDAY,  APRIL loth,   '889.    | nursery.   Tben children—being led, not
1 ■' "    '■ -    - driven—with   new iuteres'   arousetl and
Mr. James O'Neil is authorized on be-; the peculiar needs of each considered, will
half   of     the    Nanaimo    Cockier    to  find  study n  pleasure,  and the  way of
canvass fnr suliRoriptions, advertising, re-  know ledge a royal one indeed.
ceive payments and give receipts for thc _
same in the city of Victoria.
Mr. John Ciriiie is authorized on lx--
half of the Nanaimo O11r_11.11 to
canvass for subscriptions, receive payments and give receipts for Die same in
Wellington.
Esauimai. h Nanaimn
Railway.
TIME     CARD    NO.    10.
TO TAKfc EFFECT AT B._o A. M J.0N SAT-
URDAY, MARCH j.th. ■«.,, TRAINS
RUN ON PACIFIC STANDARD
1 1MB.
r, GORE & CO.,
Mali
Vanlloutcn & Randle.
IMPORTERS ind hem ERS IV
•I
SURVEYORS,  CONVEYANCERS, NOTARIES AND COLLECTORS,
G_-c>"v*___-__pi_sa"_\_c___3-_sr*i?  strbst,
the wish question.    Hardware : Stoves \° 1
Cable  Address:
lil.Ol.GETT,
Victoria, B. CJ
-j - -1 c.   . T r! n - 0 '_ _»f. i_ -
a, out  M_ _,ji,;. ,1 4 .1 ■ ,
Tinware
The ordinary citlr.cn of this country
finds it extremely difficult to understand
the utility nf the methods adopted by the
secret Irish societies that propose lo liberate Ireland by the promiscouususc ofdyn-
npiite. It is true there are some people
who would be benefitted by the blowing
up, say of London Bridge. The man who
would get Ihe fat contract to build it up
ngnin, no doubt would say thnt dynamite
is not such a bad thing after all. If the
benches and furniture in thc House of
Parliament tire destroyed by dynamite,
and in ease some members are simultaneously exterminated, no doubt tbe carpenters who make the repairs, nnd the 1
gentlemen  who nre  elected to fill thc I "      ' ,
vacancies, will say   that it is an   ill wind '    jjy A specialty made of Th Roofing and
that does not blow somebody some good.   Cornice Work.    Estimates given and work
To  thc  Epglisb   government,   which is guaranteed,
often solely pressed for pretexts to resort VANHOUTEN it RANDLE
iy
-j
We manufacture all kinds of
SHEET IRON', TIN
AND COPPER WARE.
PLUMBING   AXI.   G-ASFITTING
Promptly attended to,
_? £ < r
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returning
p.m.
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C<£
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TIME   TABLE   No.    10.
TAKII-C-IFFBCTf'BBRUARY lot, 18O9.
IH.RR..-.P INLET ROUTE,
Cana_i__
■ 1
:press
tinday, '
p.m., I
. clock
Co.
! Victoria Crescent
Nanaimo, Ii. C,
minion Bros,, i-^f.
DEALERS   IN
to violent measures, these dynamite explosions are godsends. Thev deprive tbe
Trish cause of the sympathy of liberal minded people all over the world, and paralyze the efforts of I'arnell and other recognized Irish patriots. They supply the oppressors 01 Ireland with ample justification to give the screw another turn. There
is a Blow, bill infallibly sure liberal wave
moving over Europe which will give the
people all thnt they wish, probably without their having tn fire a shot. The advent of this great event is retarded by the
mere suggestion of blowing up English
passenger steamers, or promiscuous murders jn tbe streets of London. Verily,
the worst foes of Ireland nre those of her
own household. However, the power of
theso Rocret organizations is  limited, tor
It seems that every one ot tbem is provi-   VICTORIA CRESCENT,
(led With a spy, who reports every move-' fmbtM md
ment to the British government before It
c_n berried out. J      |_j       HUBERT
THE PROMISE OF SCIENCE.'
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VICTORIA TO Vancouver _nr! MoodyvIIle daily
pv. ri.* Monday. _( 4 o'clock.
VANf'OTVF.T- TO Victoria, daily, rxrept Monday,
at  fi-t- n'o.ocl. or on the arrival of the C. P.
Rait-Any Train.
PUOF.T SOUND ROUTE.
*. S. PT-FMT^P v.)' leave n< Mlnwiit— Vancouver
9 d. m..   MAn_1.M>  and   Tbnrmlavs,   returning
leaves  -Snnrtle  Wednesday.* and  Raturdav. at 6
n.tp.. n-TivM.-* in Vann-'iver about *1 p.m., this to
tiki* pnVft Tr.nr.dav, Ferir'iarv mh.
NRW WRRTMIXSTER ROUTE.
! eavM VTfTORi\ for Kaw Weatmlnater, Ladnar'i
I -_ndt< t and T nlu Tuland, R'-r>dav_ nnd T'mrs.
-1 .v_ rkt ■» 0' 'topV, Ti-Mdn"*" fif ° '"•'•''ot k.
I tflve  VPW  WF-STMIVSTER   for  Victoria   and    jll  c« ,f
wav nr.rt« on MondftV at -? D.ro,, Wednesday and
OCCIDENTAL    HOTEL
Thi    t'1     '      t   : I    '   ■■<  I] 1 :     |j     1
! If BRICK EOTBL,
Opp isit.   "' .■   _Tf    ':   1] ,'iano
R .  */aj   Stali n, having I
K   • '1 by ihe unilcrs.gii i;, will,
after a lhoroui'1* over-hauling and fitting up, be
CONDUCTED IN 1'IKST-CLASS STYLE
Special care will bo given to .1*-*
Dining - Department
T.t_A_Mr_sr0.
QKDERS   Mil!   I.i '      ti(5   or   TEAMINI
^^^   left at till l_x«clniur        1,,-. ( ..rnini-ri i..l sireel
:- ii itreet, will rtc-ivrj
1 ' ', 1    It    ' -I.  |-;;ler„
.->. ANDERSON,
Albert Street,
tt tinnaimo, B.C.
NbTJC^-T"
Havinr; disposed of the tj-pe and l.xtures o"i
the Nanaimo Moraine; CnritiEK to tbe Cour-j
IKR Prinlingand Publish! :g Company, nil nc |
counts due the saul paper will he collected!
by tne, and all liahili'ies of the Nanaimrs
Murnir.f! Courier will be paid by me' oi.j
presentation. I.OUT. TOIJD.
And no trouble will he spared to satisfy
everybody.    Fine elegantly fitted up
_B_E2X>   ROOMS
(^"SAMPLE R00M*»S3
For  Travellers.     Only    first-class   Wines,
Liquors and Cigars  dispensed   at  the
We solicit your patronage.
BAR,
John Decker & Co
New and Second-Hand
GOODS.
; >11 Kinds of Goods Bought,
»     Sold and Exchanged.
aai
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o*
!*J 00 00 Ov Q\ C  0 O O O n N JJ ;
..X SATIltDAVS  KSIi Rrm-ATH.
PLUMPER P^^<::, Rundayw to'clock.
FRACFP RIVER ROUTE,
I Strnmer.   for Wcr- n ri H   WKV fiOttl, laave KjiW W«-1-
mtiuter everv 1 hundavt   For rhllHwhacK and
wav land tne- every Tuesday and Saturday at
rar(*t av *.r--\*n poiitK.
Steamer MA''Ol'  i.-ivn  Vlctrtrla r"r Alberni and
Sm.n*l nnrtannr. n month.
NORTHFRN    wotttr.
Return tickets will be'Issued between nl pointa   Rteamihtp Sardonv* wllllmve fn? Fort Simpson and
for n singlr fare good for return Monday- Intermediate pnt+«nn t1-. First _nd Fifteenth of
Return tickets for one and a half ordinary, fare may |       mf-\, month    Whenever  -ufli-ifnt   Indnceipenl
r>n>r* n-tll **flll it t*ntntt on trie West Coa't _n<'
r<»*tT, -TilmrWte Inlands.
.h. ro-* nnv reserves '■■-> ripi* r>f ehnnpng tn.s
Trtw T.'ili- at anv time without ioMficitlon.
0. -.CARI.ETON. JOHN IUVINO.
Oen. Acent. Manager.
 tl a half ordinary fare may
be puichased dally to all points, -...(v1 fortW dan
j IncfudinR tlie dav ofljtsue.
.Vo rfturn  ticket.   Issued  for a <rv;le »:trc »heo
I such fare if 35 cents.
1     Through rates between Victoria and Comox
1 R. DUNSMUIR, Pre-ldem;
JOS. HUNTF.R. Cire-al Surenntendent:
Hi K. PRIOR, General Freight and Passenger
Agenv.
AND SHOES IN TIIE CITV,
Kverybody knows thnt Hie  world i.
wcaring out—that tho timo  1b comlntr' BOOT.
when w© will have no coal to burn in our
j#*-.*r-.i nnd no Iron to mnke our grntesout, Give him a call and get prices.
ui, oven hnd we the roil.   A. ci™* record j,joN HOUSE,   *   COMMERCIAL ST.
of the ontout of thc  oil field dUoovers,     Mar 15-tf
FIRST BAN K
—ESTAM-ISItEn   IN—
Oity 0 Nanaimo;
BIGGER
j
G. W
VICTORIA,   n. ('.,
—WII.I, tllVF.—
—IN-
Crayon,Indian InkorWaterColors
Tho BEST WORK nn Iho Pacific
Coast al
NEW    -:-    YOkl.    -:-    PRICKS,
.amos JBCarAT-ey
IMPORTER OF
_aj-i the Cliicngo News, the tact thnt tin-
petroleum reservoirs are fanning dry nml
Investors hnve not the faith in the incx-
hnustlhlc flow of natnrnl _ns that the sellers of wells eonlil wish. We know lhat
precious metals are du„ out in less quantities than formerly; that Hie diamond
market, in spite of Kimherly, is cornering itself; Hint mahogany and nine will
Rome day he things of the past, like Ihe
buffalo robt- nntl dodo. Wo nro confronted with the fiii't that Ihe guano depo. its
will not last forever, that there is a human
limit to tin- production of ele-trtuliy, and
that our children several limes reiuored
will have neither quinine, t'liloroform not
animnl dyes.
Of course this general exhnustion of old i
earth's treasure house is some time ahead j ENGLISH an,, CANADIAN MERCHAN-
of us.   It will not happen in our day nor | DISK.
in the next century.   We .-an goon burn- CQmsmM sri___77NAl.A.__0.   B.C.
ing the randle at hoth ends fur a few htm- —
dred yearn hefore humanity has to adjust \TnnnJnin ] nni] AfflVo
itself .0 the newer or more economical l^lldllllU 1--11III I'illll.
eonilitions. Hut, despite- the fact that the
time of stress is so far ahead »f us that we
can look on to il jokingly, il is pleasant lo
learn thai Hficnee is gelling ready for the
rainy tiny. We are on Ihe eve of n new
nge mid on the threshold of a new civilization. Aluminium according to nature, is
ranking ready to take the place of steel,
and it will he t'lieapt-r, lighter, stronger
antl 1,01111 fold more plentiful nml I'lit-np.
Ileal and food, according to science we
are to gather from Ihe sea in proper lish
culture and wise electrical work. The
economist brightly believes that we will
solve the labor problem before the middle
nffli. twentieth century, antl solve it to
thc satisfaction of both parties,
HAWTHORNTHVVAITE   &   CO.
BAM   OF
itiol- Pn]].nfc
1
ii
_!-....__
Whitfield    Bros.,
IMPORTERS   AND   DF.ALERS   IN   BOOTS
AND SHOES
It.iot- nnd Shoes rnaile to ortler, repairing ft specialtv
Victoria C_«cent, Ktimlrer   P.C,
Cos   H)litan  ftrtrt,
Donald   Smithj
NOTARY PUBLIC, CONVEYANCER,
REAL  ESTATEl
AND INSURANCE AGENT,
Kr_v__x_.ix___LO,  __3.  O.
Jan-'-itf P. O. Bon tn.
W. R. ROBERTS,
Watch Maker & Jeweler,]
NORTH WELLINGTON
Opposite Railroad Station.
Watchn and Jewtllry bought, sold and repaired.
POODLE DOG RESTAUR-_St1
NANAIMO, B. C.
P. J-!-__ieson, Prop.
V. .BEiEDEMEYER, DR, PH.  Oysters,  _ake-(J-_i<_, Ice Cream, BloneJ
Mange, &c,   The orly White I.nbor
Restaurant in Town.   Meals
DON'T READ THIS I
For .1 First-Glass Hair Out. Snove or
Shampoo, go to tlie
Nanaimo Slaying anil Butt Rooms,;
COMMFRriAI. ST.. NANAIMO, Ii. C,
JOHN LEWIS, Proprietor.
PR.VATB ENTRANCE ROR   LAOlWi
fttln'-*** iMwr, I'nll.d Stales »nd
Pr.vlnc'pl Surveyor and As*
sayer. Vancouver. B. C.
L' TE PARTNER OF i. M'V'ICKER SALT LAKE CITY.
telia.ile repon■■, Underground surveys And map_
pf fplnea tx.-rutet! n( low r;ilcs. AUays made on all
H . s of Mincrnli, Gold .ind Silver hnr.. Thirty
v* irs experlentv In mtnlns In Asia, Europe   and
from  2 . '•'.nta up.
(1NCORPORATRD HV ROYAL CHARTER, t.6_.)
UAFITA1 »-l,500,0O«
(WITH  I'OWBR TO IHCRBASBtl
London  Officr—.8 Cornbllli on don.    Hranclic
at San FmncUco, Portltind, O   , Victoria, New
Westminster, Vancouver, Nanaimo and
ftamtoopiu
A^'t'iitN  hihI   ■ orn*s|MUifl. nth:
In  Canada—The Hank of Montreal and branches.
U ni l tin Statks—ARent' .'anW oi Montreal, 59 Wai'
Street* New York; — Hun. of Montreal) ChlcajtOt
Unitbh Kinodom— Hank of Hriti-h Columbia, af
Cornhill, London; National Provincial Bank of
England] North and South Walei Hank;
Hritish t.tnen Company*! Hank;
Hank of Ireland.
ndia, China, Tai-an, Australia, New Zealand Hon*
Kohr  nnd   Shaimhi.i   Hank   Corporation-*
Chartered Hank of India, Australia and
Chi'"', Englleh, Scottish and Australian Chartered 1'ai. ., Hank of
Au-tnlasia,    Commercial
Dank Co., of Svdney.
Mexico and South Amrihca—London Bank    ■
Mexico an I South America.
— M .VAYB—
A   CHOICE   ASSORTMENT
OK Till. I-TNEST
MEATS   AND   VEGLTABLES
IN THE MARKET.
Free DoHve.ry to All Parts of tho Oity.
I    I
.OHMKH-UAI.    STKK
Teleeraphlc Tronifer. and Remlttancci to an   from
all points can 1 c mada through title Hank ,it
current 1 te.<
N
tions carefully atunded u  prd ' wry <'cv. rij *
tion of banl in-, traneai led*
FOI- SALE. j
KYVCASTI.i:  DISTRICT—Sovon acres, j
tnnro or Icm, .crygootl land, Mlllstrcani
mnnlng throiigh, clow to Homo. Ro»_. tt, -»r -^.r \ ri~\\Tf\f\T~\
A desirable homcilond, mineral) Included—| "-•• Nl. .1 £\ tt YV \J\ Jl >
$1000
Tho Largest ttnd Bent Hotel In (b   Oltv.
Ie.   -VATKINS    . . . I'KOIV
nanaimo, n.r.
-Lot _S, Block 3.
EDITORIAL   NOTES.
Nbyvca_ti._ Townsiti
$225 Term.,
Lot 43, lilnck 10, $500 cash.
Nanaimi* City—Two house) anil 2 lots,
comer llalihurttin ami Crace streels, very
desirable location for store or ilw.lling,
$2 500.
Lot 8, block 13, $1800 terms. Splendid
business site.
Lots II ami 12, lilnclt 6—$1000.
Locations fur residences ami bu&ines? sites
throughoul Ihe city.
Nine blocks in the Syndicate Addition to
Port Angeles. Farms in all parts of the
Province. apl4
i-! To the Travelling Public
Sorr con), it is eniil, .nil be pr. pnrctl in
such away, at email cost, that there will
be no  accumulation of soot in the thini-
ney, and that the under sides of the Btov
lidttwill be kept clean.   Here it is:   Fori _Tt? t C
a. ton of coal buy a  few cents'   worth of I TICKETS
-oninior. salt, make a brine of it and pour I  ro »u. points o.\ tn.	
over the eoal.   Thc result  may not bo so L,, ffj.nrjN  PACIFIC RAIL'V
effective as the  promise, but it  is worth | ^AIVAUJAIV   jalific   kail 1
the trvintr. And it* .---actions, way b* liad frnm
" " I A. SHAW,  Agent,    -   -   Nanaimo.
PHESUvifr Eliot, of  Harvard  College,— ■ —	
formulated a great truth in  forcible style (J, H.   BLAKE WAY&    00,
when he said:   "In spite ofthe familiar j      IMp0UT,NG ANn DISPENSING
proverb,   '.'threre is a royal road to learn- \        CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS,
irtgjitii the road a royal tt.-icher makes."  rrt,       »t , tv,
Sfe'itr^'r-i™ Nanaimo Ptema.y
they mav do great things in  devising | COMMERCIAL   STREET,
tuean. w-heneby children can   be brought j physician Prescriptions carefully compounded
more directly Into contact with wise nnd j     Country orders promptly attended io.
Solicitor of thc High Court, Ontario,
—AND—
HOTABY PUBLIC FOR BBITIH OOLUHBIl.
OITiic in Smith's Building, Commercial
Street, Nunaimo.
Q IJ E RN
Chop and Oyster House,
Long Biidge, Nanaimo, 1!. C.
OYSTERS   IN   EVERY   STYLB
p.fk's l-rotoi,
EAST   WELLINGTON
T.    E     PECK.   Proprlc'or.
I»IRST.CLASS IN EVERV  PARTICULAR.
: Choice. I Hriuii!  of Win its, LIQUORS ami ClOARS
-lwnyi mi li.'iinl.
A CALL SOLI!'IT- I).
OI..'Y TMLA-. 1FI*K*C.___JT_
Next   door    IO   Hirst's    llros.,
Commercial Sheet.
W. D. DEEBLE, Prop.
Conseantly on hand a full assortment of
Choice Meats and Vegetables.
Shipping supplied at short notice.
AND
Master,
COMOX.
L
F. REVELY,
NANAIMO
'.'HI leave Victor.!, every Tuesday _t 7a.m., for
N natrROi callina at Sonnicn. nur_o\i.e May, Vesu*
vl s Ray and Clihniaimis. Will leave nannimo
e. ry Wedneiday at 7 a.tn., for
COMOX
\rd Way PottS) and return at 7 a.in., every Thursday. Will leave Nanaimo every Friday at 6;3 a.m..
for Vancouver, and return the same day at 1:30 p.m.
Will leave Nanaimo every Saturday at 7 a.m.. fur
VitCorlA' 3ft.|!nS at Chemainus, Vesuvius Hay, Hur*
goyne,B»y and Saauich. For Freight and I'assag.
apply on roard.
_lar 1—tf
LELAND   HOUSE,
PROUT    fit    INSLEY,    Proprietors.
Strictly First-Class.   Accommodation fur 135 Guests.
Convenient to Railway Station find Steam-
ship Dock.
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN AT CLINTON.
APPLICATIONS for the position of Resident
" Physician at Clinton -will he received at lhc
Provincial Secretary's Office up to Saturday, the sctn
dav of April next.
Government stipend at the rate of $750 per annum.
A CAMPBELL REDDIE,
Deputy Provincial Secretary)
Provincial Secreinry'ii Office,
93rd March, t88g. mh 27 Ap a".
RI.D   HTOU'SEl.
ALEX. MAYER   -   MARCUS WOLFE.
Alex. Mayer & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealcis in (.eneral.
Ml-.K.-IIAMIIsT.
Onlcrs   promptly   and   carefully delivered'
SHIPPING SUPPLIED AND SHIPS DIS
nURSED.
Commercial  Street,
Nanaimo, B.   C.
DEW DROP HOTEL,
r„     NANAIMO,
CORNER     I    '
STREETS,
VSTINCS
'.".' l ,IU'
Sohoonc
3at,
CAPTAIN iMACDONALO,
EQUIPPEt) A NH IM-I.M V FOR SER-j
vice.  Any person T.lshln_ to hire the
Raw, Fry, Fanr.y Roast,
Main Roust, Oyster Loaf,
New Vork Slew, llux Slew,   V.
FISH : GAME I AND : CHICKEN \ \Tl&£tt tlfZ't
AM. KINDS 0.    ROASTS,
io_n; : OEEAM.
Cai-tai.. .Mm'i
nians-Mn
■.til or hi. nk|
tie liynpply-
'.!.!>, Nn. I.
F,   W.   COOK, C.E.,
|_rOpcn day and nighl,    Meals _5 cents ■ CIVIT,  ENGINGEKR   AND   SUR-
an-I upwards.    Hoard and Lodging hy thc, VI.Vf.13
day, week or month. V __ _ UK,
Surveys timber ami oilier claims.
,       , A.rre_.-CO.10X, ll.Cr
apl3-lf Mar 3o--:f
W. H. PHILPOTT, Prop.
HAUBURTON
T Li
Tl.
■_•:•'-...:;'.;__   _3    3_»Xj
heai 1 r in all Kinds op
Smokers' Articles, Fruit.Stalion-
ary and. Confectionery,
R .   CRAIG,
General'Mack.m.th & Carriage Builder.,|
Bastion Btr.fl BtliU., Nanaimo, B. C.
'-'ith Nml- rremi.es, Mnijern Machinery -ind Fire
II Stvlet of Wiitons,
v. ;!. tif built
i'-.INi CIALTV.   REPAIR.]
- ! -
..   MILLS
LEAMY & KYLE, Props.
MANltPACTORERS AND DEALERS IN
All.  KINDS OF   ROUGH  AND
DRESSED
LUMBER,
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLIHDR, SHINOIiBB.
LATHS, Etc., Etc.
TELEPHONE.   Office and Y«r_:
SOUTH END CAMBIE ST., FALSE CK
VANCOUVER,   11.   C.
c. c. Mckenzie,
Land Agent, Conveyancer, Accountant
and Insurance Agent.
0. ptcm—C.... Smith'
N*i nalmOi
Town Lotinnd Pnrms for Sale,
rVfortgngt m o\   1 il ■■
A_ci._ for the 1 llnsfiow and Londop Tire Insurance
Crmipimy,
. Ifuil-ling, Button Street*
Money to Loon on
R. J. W.  ATWOOD,
Chemist ct  Druggist.
Patent MEDICINES, PltRFUMERYAND
Toilet Goods.
l'rcscripliuns Carcfnllv Coni|Xiiinded.
0OM_EROIAI, STREET, »AHAI1I0, B.   0. .
NOTICE.
As-e__m_e.it Act am! Provincial Revenue Tm, Nanai*
mo District.
Notice iti hereby given, in accordance with the
Statutes, that Provincial Revenue Tax and all Taxes
levied under the Assessment Acts nre now due for the
year, iS8o( and payable nt my office, Nanaimo;
Assessed Tuxes, ij pMd on _r hefore June 30th, tUHg,
are collectable jt the following rates, viz:
Vi of 1 per cent, on Real Property.
iVt cents per acre on Wild Land.
One-third of one per cent, on Personal Property.
ni
Y> of 1 per cent. on Income.
' I after June iotbri3Saf—
(llld
I', 0, liox Ul, Nanaimo, li 0,
1 mo,    I
TO
EUROPE, CANADA or the
__.'2_-il.t_)C_   GHevcos.
Tn save money consult Ihe undersigned at
|. II. Hilbert's Hunt & Shoe Store, Corn.
mTcial street, about rates to or from Great
Hiitain and the Continent ur to any pt.rt in
the Unitetl Slates nnd Canada hefore
purchasing elsewhere.
\V.  n. DENNT .ON,
Railway and Slcamship Afjent,
Nanaimo, U. Q, #•-" * :-• v..
-.«_.. ■ "■'■ 'I".   .
'«-...-••- .  _»'■
v_-"*b*_;__.-. '-<■•'
.;-;/:^:.'i_V>-'.
':: FOR 'i HE PLACE.
STEAMER SERVICE.
[Between Nanaimo, Comox nnd Victoria.] ;
Steamer Amelia '■•'' "''■'■ " calm, truthful-1
^i_"^o_;;.r^^:,s- He middle v jXANAIMO COURIER!
nesday     -A  H : iraumira-  aiaahiaauav       wuiviuit   .
H-ettirns from Comox for VictoHa,
Wednesday evening.
'/.eaves Nanaimo fur Victoria Thursday.	
Leaves Victoria fur Nanaimn, Friday	
Leaves Nanaimo for Victoria,   ani
all; way ports Saturday     7 a.m.  t j-,.
[Between Nanaim 1 and Vancouver.']
7 A.M.
7 A. M.
counl    ' the i| augura-
t! 'nr,'.; arouni".
.about i.\:,o_o,o".0: -..!;
th '■ 150,000 men in the pro-
ce      ,, 1 .as 895,000miles long,
ai -'   h)   :t   countless
, ■■   ,■       ,1     -    of    p 0| I".
"For mi r y's s il    " ■_ asped ih 1 1 ighl
editor,  "what did you use to do bereaves fore yon came on the |>aper?"   "Lived
in  Ihe observatory al Sirius   I'niv.r-
Stkamf.r Rain now.
■Arrives    nt    Nanaimn    Tuesdays—
Nanaimo Wednesday morning
[Between Westminster, C_tno_ _; Nanaimo*]
Steamer RoBERTjJuKsMirtH.       '  Mtv-' replied the new man.   "I'm an
Airivcsin Nanaimo Wednesdays and Sun astronomer."   They took  him
days—Leaves    Nan. into    for   Comox      s-iff anr1   put him   on   th
Thursdays—Leave*    Nanaimo   fur .  .
New Weslmin ler   Saturday. ■'■   -     '•  '■ "Ot-
and   Monday's. i.i
Published every morning except
MONDAY
00 umbia - Carriage - Works
astings Street, East of Carroll, Vancouver, B.C.
Thh extensive establishment has just opened*    A large and well iele. ted stock a.
Carriages,    Buggies,   Buckboads,
Albion Iron Works.
(LIMITED)
VICTORIA, B. Q,
ENGINEERS,   IRON     iOUN^Ei-S    ANp
UOILER MAKERS, ^
WILL JiE KEPT IN STOCK AND MADE TO Ol.] I.I..
ilflDOr Onn_?T__fn       HartiM Kcured ihe best shoer en the ( >fl_t, this lejjartmcnt will be made ft I
iiUuU-U'lJ-uUlJlJlU'i      sc-L-iahy.   We KU-Tuitee to prevent hoi_c_ from ini • -r ij i r uver-reu hln %
\.x >Jl.   HOJhM ■"*• sin -1 aid mcttd *    the lcttM approved pri**d\ iv-.
DT?"nADT "JP        Repalriog in ftll it. tram _«• a* well at PA l.'.'l'JMi, 'I JtiSUH 13 (-, Etc, done with i
itDi ilflliiUi      neatneaj and at moderate prices.    Ugh. and Heavy FOttOIS __fl ol every detcriptio n •
Httetided to.    iPLKveryj departaient will rccciv. th- personal supervi ion of our Mr. M  M ABO, an old « x-
nurienged siorkmai . vn Jl a     fflvorahly I tiown in ma ly pan i ofthe Dominion.
-__VT—
1   111  .111
m off the Yo*noi*nr>ir\ "P H
__..._*. _. _. .til.-__.-..'..■ r-    ,/a  \s *
A.  T.  M.NABB  A (' .
GARESCHE 7-i-KEEN &
«-•■—-,   /->   -»s.-r •*-*"..—■  ■--'-. --_r<- ,
i __    - -     -   »■_.-   .. .. Gil . - ; . R__. ,
CO.,
Street
_.,„..,... ot i ;quisi'i i\ i:.
Trains leave Nanaimn f.,r. ictoria,   0:04 A.M.
" Welling- 	
ton...................   ia.39-p.m.      There was       t on his back and
arrive in   "Tram Victoria   12:20 p.m.      .
"    •!   11    <«   "Willing- grime or ih-o weeks   shnding behind
*on .-    8:e. A- m. ; his ears, and as he stood on .1
On Saturdays an extra train leaves Nana
imo for "
leaves
at 615J P. M.. and leaves for Wellington  at
This rap-)' ir, a live oxnonent of Ihe
interi  I
Victoria, B. C.
works:
ON STOI.-, DISCOVER* ANO  II-HaI '.■ STS.
M.-inuf-icturors ot Marine .nd Land Engines,
Boiler., 1'inli Canning and Mining Machinery,
Hydraulic l.ianii anil Pipe REPAIRS executed
with dispatch.   V'.rlii running night and day.
Wm. Blackmore,
Architect.  Etc.'
OFFICE-422 CORDOVA STREET,
P. 0. BOX 1 .6. VANCOUVER. B.   C*»
1 a corner, IT.
in.
10:15r-*>
iatnrrlays an extra train leaves Nana- ,       , , ,    ,        ;'; fi V-1] . T: \ i~\   f\y> ..    fj "l-T 1)11 "J'TT
Victoria at 1.56 p. it,    A train also I yesterday, he was heard 10 remark that' ' A |M ': j j    AUU   \j     I [IIJ W
Victoria for  Nanaimo,   arriving here   h .- w... from I. ansitv. ItUUUllUU   UUU    ii.Ji.J_i.Ilj
And i'h llidr. Uf/lily
^DEPENDENT IN POLITICS •
POSTAL SERVICE.
Malls clore daily for Victoria
nnd way stations  8 a.m.
"   Arrive     12:30 A. M.
"   Close for Wellington...     11:45 A.M.
*' For Comox, Alberni and
way stations every Wednesday  y P. M.
THE   STATESMAN"..   RETURN'.
HOW HF. WAS RECEIVED BY HIS DISAPPOINTED   CONSTITUENTS.
"Yes, the Legislator' has adjourned,
ond thc statesmen hcv rot'irned to their
constituents," he snid in an .wer to I'i"
question. "Our statesman—our particular jim-dandy statesman -returned
with the rest. He was sent down to
represent our neck-o'-the-woods. 11"
was supposed to bo. Pan'l Wehst"r,
Henry Clay and John C. Calhour
bUed down and earned up. He was
supposed to be sharper than razors and
wiser than owls. He hollered for reform, bettered for InVpfoveraents and
shouted for ptlory. The cantankerous
cuss was going to amend at least four
hundred laws, reform every department
of state, secure our county a hundred
privileges; and knock the 'ar out nf
things in general. Wo were waiiii.fr
for him when he returned. He wac
lirst struck by old Pi te Jackson, n ho
1 observed :
" 'Look-a-yerc, Johnson, whar's that
law for my mill dam?'
" 'Killed in committee of the whole,'
Twas the reply.
'You blamed  reptile!   Didn't we
send you down thar to boss the com-
[ mittee ef the hole and everybody else?
Ll want that ar mill dam or blood?'
"And Hi Woods was next in line,
land he said:
" 'Look-a-yere,   Johnson,   where's
f that 'ere law to protect my lish pond?'
" 'Crowded out by the bill on light-
| houses.'
'She was eh! Durn your pictm'.
I but do you stand thar and tell inc that
[you let some ramshackle lighthouse
-•ay off on Lake En.- knock the stuflin'
louter my fish pond up yen.-! What
I did we send ye down lliar' fur? What
I was you doin1 all t his time?'
"And  the   third   man   was Uncle
■Dave Baker, who led off with:
1 'I.ook-d-ye.e, Johnson, whar's that
neu skule district for my section?'
" 'It was kntcked out In trying to
bmend Ihe title."
" 'She was, eh?  1 )o vou tell me you
|iot  right thar and didn't have the title
righl?   That you let that 'ere House!
J ust up that bill and  never go lip and j
littered one yell?   Johnson, 1 kin lick ' "ft
pe with one hand lied to my fn.nl, and
.'11 be durncd if I don't do iti'
'There wore twentv-seven of us 1
"What is the fare from Lansing to
Detroit?" qui ri d a dudish-lookihg bystander looking waggishly ai an acquaintance.
"I dunno," was the reply.
"Don't know!" echoed his questioner, incredulously.
"Young man," returned thc tramp,
impressively, "when I want to go lo a
Dlace 'iv rail J ge. quietly on the train,
and when it gets there I step off again,
ever asking any bloomin'fool
qu    :   1
eivod in Gold, Silver and 0. S. Currenoy.   Interest paid on the game i WORTH    THEIR   WEIGHT IN
011 liino ili-jiiisits. rr,i n
(»t-li! Dnut and C*. S. Currenoy purchased nt highest market into-. GOLD.
(3TSight Dr..;',s i.uil Telegraphio Transfers on Pun Franoisoo, New Vork and
Canada, ———
Grange on Doudou available in^parts of Euro,,, England, Ireland and (       m       ,^ ^ & ^   t
betters of Credit issued on the principal Cities ot the UuiteJ State*/ Ciumtlti nnd
Europe. _________
 tv Agents for Wells,  Fargc  _ Co. ^£J
It coulaiua nil (be Tj-lo_.t
eiTISH COLUMBIA STEAM BAKERY,
I-ESBITT, DICKSON & CO.. Proprietors,
TORT STR.BB3T,       -      .      -      ABOVE DOUCtLiS
__w 1 . —«-_■___-.	
1 •
_ A      IV-RSIVIl,
■  of death's  approach are vnrl-
statistics show conclusively that
die from diseases of the Throat
in anv other'.     It   is prolmlile
.   tvitli ul   exception   receives
'■' Tnl erele Germs into the
■here tl rms  fill upon stilt-
'. rl ;'  .1 life  . nd   develop, r,|
in '.vn liy - slight   licklint;
tl 1 ml an 1 if dlowed to con-
■        Ihey extend lo the lnmrs
nmi lion  and to lhc head,
_n   ' h     N '-v all is ilaneerous. anil
' il   will in time cause
.t  you must act  with I
ring 0  cold loco without 1
''   ; ind  may bs- r
"lei ; that     1, ■   .1,   s |
S'n : _-[th -. ;: '1 ; t J u ..- 1 N r...r r
ilitain a bi ttjc of Iii - hee'l <"iiinir.n .'-^rt'r
(1 will gh-, v m Immediate relief.
m 1
, 1 r ■ ■ ■ -■-.
Hit ml Iilli
J. T
mwM
."'•■..lliit-KJ
1
Arrowroot,
Assorted Jumbles,
Assorted Tlneers,
Abernethy,
Cabin,
Coffee Cako,
Cheese Ulscults,
Currant Tops,
Glncer Snap i,
Graham V/a.crs.
Qlr.jtei- Cake,
Family Pilot.
Fanuy Mixed.
Fruit Blser,
Icod Clngrer Bread,
loed Sultana.
Lemon Snaps,
Lemon Biscuit,
New York Snaps,
Oat Meal,
Pilot.
Perkins,
Rich Mixod,
Soda Cracker*,
Seed Biscuit,
Sugar Crackers,
Splco Jumbles,
Sugar Coo .I03,
Sultana Biscuit,
Vanilla Cream,
Wine,
Etc., Etc.
P.™UstFurnlshed- Orders p.omptly attended to.   Ask your Ore-cat
j   or NESBITT. DICKSON A CO.'S Biscuits.
m readable style. fr,n 1*
I early each rn „'
e.rtryone cro       a
-r ih. hi. .kfn^
table.
Josepl) )l. Brown
nrmnpnif n/nn
AN
OCKS l.MI'
'. I R I I'.
m:i:"|' ron s. s, i-:i.vn i.i.v- ciiam-
PIONFIl   lANDnURGl AR-rROOF
iAFES.
Front Str.-L't, Nanaimo.
TIIE ACCIDENT
INStJRAXClE COT
'OF NOiJTH AUSR1CA.
r.'-;'''     IR T, (Ml/P,     Viua  Pfw.-JNO,
ll\ JK1 ., Ksq.,      Hucrt-uirj— I... UAWIJ.N -•
Insure. MR ii_t aooldsttt t»3( Innd nr p_n.   $S par
ftunimi ("OOUrOfl "iihrr .^liXi) in (Mtae of fatal noc_.
di.nt, or $23 I'tr iiumth in CASQof noii-fatilinjary.
Extra Prami liim for lm/.;irilttn oniploymtutJ.
ALLHOP 4 MASON,
AKeutfl, Governmont Stroot, Vict-    a.
CORRESPOXl
BKITISH COLUMBIA
(LIMITED!)
Ml.
THOMAS ALLSOP.
MEJVRV S. MASOW.
_ I/VLEU A. HOLLAND,
•   56 New
. Broad St,
J
DIRECTOR!..
Ib.
|i>
%he business of ALLSOP <S MASON has been meraec
abonCompai yandmill beearriedon !>;/ tye Company fr
aatnasa ml Land Investment and Insurance Agency
ged in   the
from   this
iv ii.-.
BEETON _ CO.,
-■MER.H.'.NTS	
I';::  I'     -     .     VI1T.OHU, B.O,
HlR,
t' ■    0 : ■■ fi,r lii.ti  1 Columbia for
NTori   . '   - a 11 UEndA.vrti-fi Issa-
i-ll-AS-v,   ,t_!i  Or)   ;: )UiX
::.\'-:,:.; ( ! I 1 ',,.,'.'.
tl. (!. BEKTON A CO.,
iiry Oirous, Lrndon, K. 0.
IT 1, Vnuc mvor.
'.-1! nil  I.Ut. it tesl 1 yontK uf pu' lie
mtei si are | e iii : ■• nun miitea.
Jive ■, question of pulilio
in L. t'tttiieo u'i.'.cu.-.od
without
FEAR, FAVOR OR PARTIALITY!
 HAVING—-
A LARGE CIRCULATION
Its ntlvaotago as an
13 APPARENT.
»_4lc ou easy i«*v>«is.
J ON -.Oil-..--_..-E AT LOW  HATES.
Town i..t_ nntl Fiirmlii-i l.nnd-lit
__MADIAN
PACIFIC
*T*III..  INCOMPARABI.B   MEDICINI
has secured for itself an imperishable
fame tliroiiehout the world for thc alleviation
I and cure of most diseases to nhich humanity
is heir.
THE   PILLS
■ Purify, recuhit-;_«_1 improve Ihe quality ol
the blood. tJiMr assist the dipestive oreans,
cleanse  the STOMACH  _.- DOWELS, In.
j crease the secretory power ofthe I.i.cr,braee
! lhc nervous  system, ond throw into the <__■•
■ dilation thc pure elements for sustaining and
repairing the frame.
Thousands of persons have testified that
by  Iheir use alone th'y have heen restored
' to   health  and  slrenpth  after   every  othe-
mcans have proved unsuccessful
THK   OINTMENT'
Will be found invaluable in every Hyusehold
in thc cure of open Sores,   Hard Tumors,
MAD  I.FC.S. 01 I) WOUKDS, COUGHS,
I Colds, Sore Throat.., I'ronchilij, nnd all dis.
I orders ofthe Throat and Chest, as alsoCout,
! Khcumatism,   Scrofula,  and every kind of
Scin Diseases.
Manufactured onlv at Professor Ilolloway'•
Establishment, 78 New Oxford St. (late 533
Oxford St.). London, and sold at is. lK-„
2s. 91I.. 4s. 6d. ns., sa,', nnd 33s. each Boa
and Pot.
C-". EWARE OF AMERICAN CO _ H.
TERFEITS. Purchasers should look to thc
Label on the Pot and Boxes. If Ihe address
is not 553 Oxford Street, London, they are
spurious.
Dr. J. Collis   Browne-b
CHLORODYNE.
THE ORIGINAL and ONLY GENUINE,
Advice tn invalids—If »ou . i»h te nt>t«t»
quiet refreshing sleep, free from headache.
relief from rain and anguish, to calm and
assuape Ihe weary achings of protracted
disease, inviporatc the nervous media, and
regulate the circulatinp systems ofthe body,
you will provide yourself with tnat marvellous   remedy   discovered   by   Pr.   T. Collis
$ VANCOUVER CITY
FOUNDRY and IRON WORI^|j^j^.^'fi^f|i^*S
 . ;  I he cave the name of CHLORODYNE, and
•'* * 11 li i,' 11   I _   -i. 11 nil I ..,1  I ._■   I 1i._   . ..-.-(".,.-, I- _. a _   1..   . .	
which is admitted by the profession to be Ihe
most wonderful and valuable remedy ever
discovered.
Hi l\ j _ _ Vw jljL __^ ■   T*"> t)ui','in,<9 nni1 fitting up of mnoh'uery in
** eonnoetiiii] with tltono works bolnff now -n far
- THE TRUE  advunc-d tlio proprietors feel Justified in nuti-       CHLORODYNE    is   Ihe   l_.t   remedy
fying their friends and the public Hint thoy will , |,nnwn fnr Coughs, Consumption. Bronchitis'
L/ONTINrNTAI    RDIITF "• Prepared on or about tho 1st of May to reeelre | Asthma.                                               ■
-"            '     I'   -IV  I.  ...    ,|..U  1  l .ml  „m,n,,ll.   -,„.,,!_ nnv _r,l,,_  fur ornrtc  in  ,      CHLORODYNB  .IClS    like    a    charm  in
—BBTWBBN Till.- "" "
^cilic and Iho Allantic
and promptly axoeute any ordoro fur work in
| thoir lino for which they inny bo favored; and ; Diarrhrea, and is Ihe only specific in1 Clioici.
I from tho euperlor olmrnotor uf tlu-ir maohincry j all(] Dvsenterv
CHLORODYNE crTeetnally cuts short all
1 and plant generally, ns well ns tlio nkill nf their
«i"i'l">'.'■".'I.■■>■■ '-ti'l'-ni i-ni.-iiiKlnep--i. j attacks of Epilepsy,  Hysteria,  Palpliatit.
::- p;i-Peii)fcr equipment is the finest   tion to dons good, it nut better, work than any 1 an(] Spasms
tlio world, consisting of Lnxcmoi's . umilnr wtablishmant in the Province
iiiEBMNO Oabs having Drawing, Smoking
nil Bntli Rooms; Ooinfortnble nntl CI. nn
.'ultiiii.-.t Cnn>,vfitli Frt iSloeping Berths
or hold.ti of 1 l 'li i tickets; and
i'ii.'-t in. J■ • . ' . , :,; conohes.
ITS Dl riNG _ I i_ND HOTELS 1
!■"•■: li- tl    li il q of food in un
imilo   . mo Ie rates,
A. McKELVIE.
oleohanioel Managor.
*__cotirdr. C. 0., 101 li April, 18SS.
Pri.."' ; and Binding.
1..
!..'!..' ental R.ute.
lERNx PACIFIC
X '.< %KTA."__T
; •   Diri-lon   now   com.
pi     : .... il  tlio -borlost,
and 1    it'   '.'•
fhe Varcly and G i ndeur of Scenery
loi lied, nnd in Ilia
ill       1   of DC,   ■■ .-.,
nciliiug is omitted Ihutowi ,-.t._ to tho
Si 1 iy aud Comforl ol its patrons. All iu
nl. it gives tha best nnd most aervioeiiblo
lino of Iravol, ivJiethcr for bastoess oriflas the m_.t oompiet
pleasure,   bet.ten   Portland,  Tacoma, "i"'i'i":. ■'''."" "
CHLORODYNE is the only palliative ia
Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gont, Cancer,
Toothache, Meningitis, &c., &c.'
From Symes & Co., rharmaoettlcrf
Chemists Medical Hall, Simla, January jth.
iSSot To J. T. Davenport, Esq., 33 Great
Russell  Street, liloomsbury, London, Dear
Ml Sir:—We embrace this opportunity of con-
■ ■>•.   ■      ->      .     Ail . : J a m    I -".'"lali,n._ y°" "I10" the widespread repti.
■' _ J T O \ . I ",t,on ,his  US"V -steemed medicine, Dr. J.
"      VI .  I Collis .Irowne's Chlorodyne, has earned for
j itself,   not only in Ilindoslan,   but all over
I the East.     As a remedy of general utility,
\J       ' '..       j "-. we much question whether a better is low
'ported  into the country,  and  wc shall I.
DUCK'S BUILDING, JOHNSON ST.,
SUBSCRIPTION:
Poi- Yonr.   •
Per Month,   •
For Week, •
- Sift Oft
1 oo
- 9. CIS.
I    The Dinuif Car Line,   Tliel-ir.ot!-oute,   t-*o
I Detain I >sl _l Prnln., Crownat Kilos to Clnenin
ami all p ■ ii. l'.ut-   Tiok n solj 1 ■ all l'rpm-
ween his house and the depot, all with j Boat p_u_ilu_5<hoat ill.Beat__d.onth.-_-.
1 few remarks to make.    About thirty:    !d_to_a_t Touuxxx DB..wreo-1-OOM
Waited on him next day, and on the Slbbpwo CUbs.
text he broke for thc woods and is at!     *™™"o™ »» bB 90^™1 in A',*n"M-
Iiresent located in aswamp about seven i      To East'Boiind P_.SCIlgCr8
Iniles away.   Ho may bein along to- boc ■••■■    ■   ■ s •'"'■ ■'- bath*
prds corn planting, bul if he i.: thnr's
Jbout fiftv more of on.' people waiting  M  ,      ,    ' !  i .;   illC RcllUVV
interview him.    We ar' bound  to
|iake him tired."—•[Now York Sun,     , ^ ''
COULDN'T SURPRISE HIM,
by
"
:. .  .'   il ni
■
. route..
>t... .it v.i Tin -(
to-ti li., to hvoi !
,1 iluya ooonalqnod
,••::'.-' Cars
-_t.x-s:___-
COURIER
Printing & Publishing Co.,
[LIMITED.]
-i I thorough],   well 1 glad  to hear of Iti finding a place in eveiy
'■.'"   ' l_l '."a!!.._   ; Anelo-IlKlian home.    Thc other brands,   .«
... ot workmen, In islii   R™ happy to say, are now relegated to the
I .'int., nntl Winnipeg, Minneapolis, St.   .jpositlon to turn out Rood work at reawaable j native bazaars, and judging from their sale.
Pira), Chicago, St. LulIllS, Ottawa, Toronto IPIWi, j we   fancy   iheir   tojurn   there   will lie but
I'.stii.ili-  - .. .       \m:;i.1.in 11.111 null!,*,     1 no ntlirr dram!-;    _«
Nowi'Ht itylfla Ft   1  ' "    ■ ' l''i'._  aitileil ...-.     .... .■..,..   .>>_■,,!..,   no
•Srttllle, V'lclorjn, mill _ll_ Paoillo   C'_mBt   With rapid pn-ssii and bo 'ot workmen, li« i» in | «rc_ happy lo say, arc now relegated to the
_-_Utl_ali   Boston,   New York nntl _i I BOOK-BINDING   ft   SU^NK   BOOKS   evanescent.   We   could multiply instancc-,
tiii-leru Ciii-B. ntallWndato ordM li a spaoinliy    H'uworkh-   Infinitum of lhc  extraordinary   efficacy of
Turin, ,•.__ Tini/e™ jpnranuiea to bo ..iiuil totho b it.a .: _t i.ric.i   | Dr. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne in Diarrh_;a
THROUGH TICKET8 slwnt»r_i»onablo.
tlilerii ii'niii In- cmuit... aad eorroflponuiliM
V. iaHTli-I to nil principal po!"_ ii  til-   •"! •»_**_»_promptBttutfini,
CJuited Stntes, Cnnniln nntl Kiiropc, at 1 —— ■
he Ijowi.-tt llnti-H.
'.itTT. IRVING, Freight nml Passenger
Agent, Govt. _t., Viotoria.
\. E. Plakia, Ticket Agent, Nanaimo,
D. F. Biscv 11, D. I". mui I'i.tistiijer
Vnn.i uvi-r
Notice of Removal.
L.    G.    Mc PHILLIPS
BARRtSTF.R, Air..'"-:: V AND 501 ICIH
o  .
geXntJE. G. PRIOR Sl CO.
Viotc s.'iEi
,! Iron & Hardware
MERCHANTS
r-Locx,   oonoovA
uver, u. c. Have Removed to their New PrtmitM
:>?:". :\'
s. o.
ll tr i iprt 11 tr.-ilris fill lonulb
: > ■   1 free.   Lowest ltates.
Throujli Eniig.T.iii
Boardtr.'cracking an egg—"Well, I  R-m on r
Icclarel" Q_a_f--
Waiter, excitedly—"V.-.at is it?" "' W. B. D.NNISON,
Boarder-"Why,   tU.   egg   has   a I Nanaimo, B.C
ouble yoke."""' , A. D. cr.iriion,
Waiter— "P00I1I   that's   nothin'--j ,.   :,'*'"      '", A'•  r r.^, n.
btt'lmart'.. yistiddy had a chicken!"     j _
R. 7. WILLIAMS,
Pubiisho", Book-Bind.., Paper Ruler
 AND	
Uu'ilior Stamp Manufacturer.
Of--CH Off THE
British   Columbia Directory.
I Electrotyping_&_Stereotyping.
j    CorreapondeneeBolioitedftnil promptly
1 «o to.  (ioT-rnmont an^ yjoail BUJIVU,
RO CASE! ELL &f CO.,
Real E state, Insurance and General Agents,
CONVEYANCERS,   NOTARIES   PUBLIC
Corner of .lohnaon and Oovernmanl _tre_.'t_
I
Now is tho tinio to
— X^Jui'tC '
SS'q 1 YourDooisand Windows i0S«??t l&$JS*t$
(4Pt ,.nnI   Overwhelming medical   testimony   acetun
and 2nd Dysentery Spasms, Cramps,
Ne-iralgia, the Vomiting of Pregnancy, anj
an general Sedative, thai have oectrred
und, c our personal observation during many
years. In Choleraic Diarrhrea, ud even io
the more terrible forms of Cholera itself,' we
have witnessed its controlling pqwer. We
have never used -.ny other form ef this
medicine lhan Collis Browne's, from a firm
conviction lhat it is decidedly the best, and
also from a sense of duly we owe to the proj
fession and the public, as we- "re ofthe
opinion tnat the substitution of any other
than Collis Browne's, is A DELIBERA"E
BREACH OK FAITH ON THE PART
OF TIIE CHEMIST TO Pr,ESCRI_IE
AND PATIENT ALIKE. We ore sir,
faithfully yours, Symes & Co., Members of
the Pliarm. Society of Great 9ri(ain, His
Exccllancy thc Viceroy's Chemists.   	
CAUTIO-..-V_e-CnancelI(_ Sir^fl.
Page Wood stated that Dr. J, C?||is Browr.e
was, undoubtedly, the iqventor of Cblorc-
dyne; that the story of the defendant, Fret-
man, was delilierately untrue, which, la
regretted to say, had been sworn to.—Sea
"The Times," July 13, 1884.
Sold in bottles at Is. I'l.d., 2s. »A., 4_.
fid., nnd lis. each.    None is geanipc wi_b«
Moltvy I.0..HP1! on Hest Tcrm-i.   EsUIci Managed,
-OKNF.K   CORDOVA AN'P CAMniE STREET
P. 0. BOX i_.
any I'ICRSon uismNi; 11: amini; inis'i:   Kt'op out tlm I'nlil anil Ibiiul
**   in nny l-art of the city;can have tho game done j     Weather Strips of  the   UicHMONi)       panics each bottle.
Caution—Beware of Piracy"[^io<J  Imit_>-
AtNicnl street, nilpiniiig lhc lot 'if Oavs J.innor.   | MoKILLIOAN & ANDERSON,   Agents
by calling on
At Nicol iv
Feb i|-tf
W_.\TUK1! Ktiup Cl).
..\ & ANDBRSf..
P.O.Box89,   ^*-»
Sole  Manufactures—J, T. Davenport, ?'j-
Cie.u Kiissell Stre.et, Bloomsburv_l.ee_on •f-.".
NANAIMO   :-: OOUEUSB
WEDNESDAY,   APRIL   loth,   1889.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Police Coubt,—Nothing occurred at
the Police Court yesterday.
An Ea»v Ride.—Prof. Boxy says litis riding; in a firSt-olass car. Where was
the conductor?
Fur Co_rax.--.__0 steamer Isnlicl had
quite a nunilmr of Chinamen on board cn
rout.- to f'01110 . this morning.
Street Cars tor V__*cotrv*_*..~-It isi x-
pected that the Vancouver street cars will
be running by July 1st.
Mkctino.—The N. E. P. Society have
given notice that a meeting will he held
111 tbe Society's hall next Saturday, ihe
18th inst,, tit 8 p.
Cor.T__ Island— W. Blaney who owns
1 logging camp on Cortcz bland, arrive!
down from that place lust niidit, lumbering operations are active. Mr. BlRney will
' shortly remove his camp to Reed Island,
when he has   secured  valuable timber
j limits.
Nn Sabe. — There are Some  thin.-
I which no fellow can i.Htlt .-stand, anil the
I Coi'ri-r iiiiin realized this yesterday afternoon, when heobserved two Chinamen
trying to unravel   tin- mysteries of the
i "Missing Link" nuzzle.   Alter.eyeing it
for sonii- time one of llicin  exclaimed,
"Volly good- white  Inlm   Itcap smart;
h?ai Chlnamftn all hollo. No sabe. Good-
1 day-"
TheC'oi'r'ii.xat Rivkr Bbidob.—A correspondent tolls ua that the bridge over
the Court, nay river near Cotnox, Is In
I tbe same old delnpldated nml disgraceful
condition, I to says Uial ii was ctftl il-itmed
! three year., ago, ami since then Instead of
being reimilt. has only been patched, Our
titers am! others in that vicinity
iiiosl afraid to  Iniht  lliemselv
wagon and team on the bridge.
The Nkiv Theatre.—Work on the ex-
cavittion for Alderman Mahrer's new theatre Is steadily progressing.  The theatre
will probably lie opened on the first of
I July.    It is Stated that there are several
{ companies, amateur and professional, who
,       ,    , I have   . igiilflcd a desire to do the grand
arrived yestertlay afternoon | 0p(,njng.ict,.   Whan this building is com-
Importance will be broitidi! lip. A largl
attendance is requested,
Dissolved.—-The firm of E. R. Fraser
>. Co. hoe been dissolved, Mr. T. .1. Man-
ahan retiring from the firm. Mr. Fraser
continues the business, and bo will be
ploasivl to see all his old customers and
hosts of new ones.
PassENiiEiis.—The steamer Isabel, Cap-
taid Reveley
from Victoria, with the following passen-
gers: W. 1 learn, J. Patten, .V. Oarr, F,
Adai__, N. Cunningham, W. Whitfield
and ... A.McLaughlin,
Sprang a Leak.—The bark fieneral
Faii-child, bound for Departure liny, put
into San Francisco on Saturday in a leaking condition. She left San I )ie_o seventeen dav? ago, and after being at sen 11
short time sprang a leak, since which time
the pump had lieen used several hours a
day to keep the ho'd free. She discharged
ballast and went 011 the dry dock at San
Francisco Monday.
A Handsome Casket—The casket for
the remains of the Intel!. B. Montobio
was furnished by Mr. J. Hilhert, and is
one of the most handsome design ami
finish. It wns trimmed with black cloth
and draped with black silk velvet aud
black chenille fringe, gold and silver
mountings, with raised mouldings ami
pannelled lid, Mr. Hilbert's stock of undertaking goods is extensive, and his establishment is a credit to the city.
when   business of i correspondonl slates as 0 fael thai the far- [ tendon, and 1
Chemaini-s News.—The Victoria I.um-j
ber Company, which recently purchased !
the Chi-ninn'us sawmills, is making extensive repairs on them. The capacity of
tlio mills will be largely Increased, atai
Improved maohlnoiy will be placed In the
mills.    Ciiemaintis'is nlrondv feeling the :
b'tli te ai-d Increased activity is impure it
On all riiu'es.
Skinner Street.—Skinner street from
Bastion to Cummer inl is receiving a coat
of gravel at the hands of the . treet committee. It is gravel now, but when Hie
tains descend, it will bo a sea of mud.
lias I here not been some talk of mneail-
niniziiiL'Ihe streets? ll would certainly
be a great saving of money in the end,
ami the streets would be vastly Improved.
Oiit School Gbodnds.—Wo urge upon
om- Hoard of School Trustees to take
measures to adorn niul beautify our school
grounds with shrubbery and flowers, an
well as trees. Flowers of tbe rarest varieties Will grow with hut little earn or nt-
DON'T  STOP!  THE   :    NEW   :   STORE
I'-ITII, TOO ARRIVE AT
11 Phaser's
Where  you   can get goods
LOWER than at ....stem prices.
■s.
ft
at
>
1
T    I..   BROWNE   &      O..
Just   to  hand fl beautiful stock of
Gold and Silver Watches
_______.<-_.   Ol.ools.__
I Will Open on Friday Next, April 5th, j
> WITH   A  CAREFULLY   SELECTED AND
FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF BOYS' AND
° GENTLEMENS' FURNISHINGS.
o
Y,
All goods mirke 1 in plain figures and at CASH PRTCES.
L. BROWNE ,- CO.,   -   Next door to Spencer & Perkins.
VICTORIA   CRESCENT.
is
_ESTroj.yl30_3_._jr
Invited.
At
you.
are al-
witb  a
Dieted Nanaimo can reasonably expect to
receive visits  from   first-class
troupes.
New Store—Mr. Wm. Punn, brother
of Mr. Roliert Dunn, of East Wellington,
went up to Comox last night by the steamer Amelia, to open a clothing store at the
Hnion Mines for Messrs. Davis A Bever-
Idge, the enterprising clothiers of this
city. He was accompanied by Mr. Bev-
erldgo, who will Introduce him to his
host of I'oiuox friends. Mr. Dunn has a
large stock of goods with him, anil we
imsIi him success in bis new undertaking.
Ax Accident—Mr. George (irniulon, of
Little Qiinlieiitii, had a rather unpleasant
experience yesterday morning. He was
engaged in loading fish oil In A. Mayer A
C'o's. delivery wagon on Hirst's wharf,
when the horse commenced to hack, and
Mr. (irnndon, wagon, oil nnd horse were
precipitated down the bank, a distance of
some twenty feet. Mr. Brandon was
severely cut and bruised about the throat.
His wounds were dressed by Pr. Praeger,
I and it Is expected that be will be around
I again in a few days.
slinly of botany—that
most fascinating of sciences—will receive'
I an added stimulus from the growing of
flowers aboul the school bouse. Methods
of budding, grafting and propogatlng from
seeds and slips, all could lie so pleasantly
inculcated that Hie pupils would  scarcely
j lie conscious that they were really Study-
; Ing.—Standard.
What's tli. matter with Nanaimo acting
I on the above suggestion ?
I The _____ Grouse.—Thc blue grouse
are now to be heard in the tops of the
theatrical: 1°% pines. A» ra°st people in Nanaimo
I know nt this season of the year they are
called "Hooters," owing to their making
n peculiar hooting noise snpposed to be
their Idea of a love song. This is the time
of the vear that the pot hunter gets his
work in. Several persons have complained lately of thc destruction of this valuable
bird by reckless hunters. In the spring
when the bine arouse commences nesttn_
thc male bin! is peculiarly subject to
slaughter as he persists in keeping up
his hooting, even after several shots have
been fired atliim. Il is the close season for
deer, nnd night huntine is prohibited at any
season, vet nn were (old only Inst, week
that deer are being slaughtered by that
deadly process, on the line of the E. A N.
R. It. Game is von-much scarcer now
than it was only a few yenrs ago, and in n
very short t'me. if pot-hunters of this
type nre not looked after, it will entirely
disappear.
Painters
GRAND CLEARANCE SA]
Slioiil'l  call and sec oar Immense i-tock ofl
BRUSHES of nil kinds.
TRUNKS, VALISES, LAMP
CHIMNEYS, BROOMS, Etc.
AUCTION SALE oFsATURDAY NWHT
April ifl
■FOU.—
Nanaimo Land Office.
HAWTHORNTHWAITE   &   CO.
Another Gold Find—Mr. P. Mt-Ghraii
exhibited yesterday a fine specimen of j Another New INDUSTRY—Nanaimo is
native gold. The nugget was worth at i soon to have a full-fledged boot and shoe
least $20, and was a beauty, Mr. Mo-! manufactory, so it is stated. About ,80,-
Ghran Is very reticent as to  the locality ono are paid each year for foot wear __ this
which produced the specimen, but be
Bays that it was found in the "crevice of
a rock on Vancouver Island." A soon as
he has located the claim, he will make its
whereabouts known. Truly, some one
ought to strike it rich.
To Sub.bT Indian Reserves—Mr. E.
Skinner, C. hi., and party of seven white
men and  two Indians,   went  North last
city, antl there is no reason why the yen
ture should not be a success. We have
every facility for manufacturing purposes
ami ought to offer more Inducements for
such, than any other town in the Province. Were the money paid for boots anil
shoes kept at home, it ought to support a
pretty respectable factory. We may be
somewhat conservative In Nanaimo, but
We will eventually arrive tit a due sense of
night on the steamer Amelia,   to survey  the Important part  wo are destined to
Indian Reserves. The party will leave
Comox for Bute Inlet, nntl afterwards return to Malaspina, tlienoe to Alert Bay,
p. d possibly to Seymour Narrows. The
I ity will lie abaitit about seven nr oi.ht
months. They lutvo t_ken t'oir own
canoes on board the steamer and will use
them in changing camp and to make shoil
trips,
A Hioh Oi.n Time—The watchers on
the street last evening were rather amused and a trifle concerned, to see two
young men iu an advanced state ol
inebriation, one armed with an axe and
another carrying a six foot saw, Tending
their way towards Wharf street, evidently
with the intention of taking a trip lo a
norlbern logging camp. Willi the usual
habit of drunken men. they each endeavored to   help Ibe  other, and the   belting
The   Clirnrrtle.
Says a cigarette drummer: "The consumption of cigarettes has fallen off greatly
during the last few yenrs. Thc house I used to
represent used to have a large trade in all the
popular brands of cigarettes. It still sells
large quantities of thein, but not more than
6o per cent of ns many packages as a year
ago. A grcnt many persons who used to
smoke cigarettes have quit dnin . bo and ar--
now smoking cigars. The result ll ih-.t whil
the cigarette trade has decreased the cigar
trade has increased. I don't know how lo
account for this stale of fads, unless it is due
to the onslaught uoile during tbe last two
yenrs by the press .ind pulpit upon the cigarette habit."—New Vork Tribune.
30 Days Oniy 3d
-COMMENCING-
SATURDAY,    APRIZi   7____-V
FOR SALE.
NEWCASTLE DISTRICT—Seven acres,
more or bss, very good land, Milistrenm
running through, close to Comox Road,
A desirable homestead, minerals included—
$1000.
Newcastle Townsite—Lot 6S, Block 3.
$225 Terms.
Lot 43, block 10, $500 cash.
Nanaimo Citv—Two houses and 2 lots, j
corner Haliburton aud Crnco streets, very
desirable  location for  store or  dwelling, |
$2_0.
Lot 8, block 13, $1800 terms. Splendid j
business site.
Lots II and 12, block 6—$1000.
Locations for residences and business sites
throughout the city.
Nine blocks in the Syndicate Addition to j
Port Angeb.-s. Farms in all parts of the j
Province. spU
Goods will be sold at cost to make room for an entire new stock.
We intend for the future to
BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CAS
And our Prices will be LESS than Auction or
Co-Operative Prices.
CASH  - CLOTHING  - STOREJ
B. AARONSON & CO.,   -   Commercial St. near Bastion, Nanaimo,I
March 30— May 7
NEW TO-DAY.
J.H.PLEAC
—DEALER   IN-
play ns a manufacturing centre for British
Columbia,
Veuv Matter or  Fact.—Ono of  the
Indian canoes which are to bo found there
at any hour of the day or night, was tied
yesterday at the city landing,   In one end j
I of the canoe was seated a young and at-
(tractive klootchman   holding a "te.'ias"
Siwash in  her arms.   The little dusky
urchin, who could  not have been morel
than .. years old, s-emod  possessed of a I
Stanley-like love  for exploring, and his'
mother finally allowed him to crawl along
the bottom ol the canoe.    This was all
Very well, until the youngster took it into
his head to   look over the side, in  doing
Which lie lost his balance antl shot down !
mcmu^        and Sheet Ironware
but   merely   struck   out   "dog-fashion," ' **" *%"u M"wul' « vu ««** w
J. H. HUBERT
KEEPS THE LARGEST AND REST
stuck op
HOOTS   AND SHOES  IN THK CITV,
Give him a call and get prices.
LION HOUSE,   •   COMMERCIAL ST.
Mar 15-tf
G.
was about  even us   to whether   the one i keeping himself afloat until his mother
with the saw would get bis   work in first, j hauled him into the canoe, wrapped her
or if Iho man with the axe   would cleave  shawl around him,  boxetl his ears, and
his friend.   When last   seen   they   were' apparently   dismissed   him    from    her
safe. thoughts again as she stowed him away
.. _ t   _      ni, 1  . ,i io the stern.—Colonist.
Too-Lippv.—"That a young lady was i
heard to remark vesterdav afternoon that;    * Nkw Sawmim..—Mr.   McAulay, son
tti-lip salve possessed wonderful curative I ot -Ml'- W' J- McAulay, of the Viotoria
power for a cold sore, ns she had proved j Lumlier Company, is In town. It is slated
by experiiueut," etc,, etc.—Free Press.      that the object of his visit is to look over
On reading the above our genial medi-! the situation in this city for the purpose
eal friend from East Wellington observed | of erecting a large sawmill, It is the In-
that young ladies would come to the con- \ tendon of the company to erect it mill
elusion lhat the "Old Man" wits getting having a catling capacity of 400,000 feet
tu-lip-y (too lippy). Our devil on hearing per dav, either In this city or nt Comox,
this pun was ta'ken with clamps; our and the chances are that Nanaimo will be
liook-kceper fell off bis chair, and the Selected as the site. This company has
reBt of our stall'were utterly prostrated, entered Into a contract with Messrs. It.
We arose from our chair, wiped our brow, j Dunsmuir A Sous, (o supply them with
antl walked into the open air, observing; 85,000,000 feel of lumber each year for
that it must be 115degrees in the Shade,  -t period of thirty veins.   The contract is
a large one, ami  they will Immediately
Impromit. Concert...—A numlier of proceed lo creel, as already stated, a mill
voung men, possessing, good, strong, mii- either hero or al Comox and another al
bsqufmamt. Il Is to be hoped thai Ibis
the place for the
believe  it   would
HAEDWAEE,    ST0VE3,    PAINTS,     OILS
ROPE, GLASS, RIFLES,
CARTRIDGES, PAINT
BRUSHES.
| READY MIXED PAINTS,
NAILS, BUILDERS HARD-
I WARE AND CARPENTERS'
TOOLS.
A Foil Assortment at Lowest Prices.
Victoria  Crescent,
NA.VAIM('.  II C.
sicnl voices, gave an
. luiprtmiti. roncert;(.fvwillliilfl(,|(,(.(i,(|ab
Of Sacred music on Honooii Hill on Sunday i m,n enterprise and w
The sweet notes mellowed by distance
rose clear ami sweet on the still night air,
and the fortunate residents of that locality
hope the boys will "do'it some more" at
an early date.—Cblonlst. The voung men
of Nanaimo often treat the inhabitants lo
an impromptu concert too, mostly iu Ihe
"wee aula hours nyont the Iwul," and
yet a grateful public does not come forward and ask them to "do it some more."
The saurerf music chiefly selected in Na-
: aiiuo is, Climbing up the Golden Stairs,
or We Won't go Home till Morning; that
may account for the lack of appreciation
by the public.
0
Crayon
W.  BIGGER
VICTORIA,   B. Oo
—WILL r.iVE—
-IM—
ndian lnkorWaterColors
Russell McDonald & Co.,
GENERAL   DEALERS
AND
Auctioneers
COMMERCIAL   ST,
NANAIMO.
Sell  in   the  regular Wfty  at Hock-Bottom
Trices and at thc
Saturday Night Auction Sale
TO   THE   HIGHEST   BIDDERS.
POSITIVELY  WITHOUT RESERVE,
CALDWELL _ LEW
 TH
Fashionable
-THE-
1
Hive the Choicest Assortment o
Foreign and Dome.]
CLOTHS AND TWEEDEsf
CLOTHS AND TWEF.DSf
CLOTHS AND TWEEDS
GENTS'
GENTS*
I GENTS*
 AND	
FURNISHING
PURNISHING
FURNISHING
IN NANAIMO,
Latest
GOCj
Gorf
GOC
NEW
The BEST WORK on ihe Pacific
Const nt
PRICES.
VOkK
DEALERS   IN
New and Second-Hand
GOODS.
ulvaiitiiL'c to locate
lie to tho company's
here.
A 1'anthbh Shot.—Mr. W. Ohappol, of
j Gabriola Island, shot an   enormous  pan-1
] ther on Monday night ou that Island, llr
Chart-1 says lie was proceeding along not
I thinking of dangerous animals, and wit'
I only a bunch of (lowers In his band, whe
' be suddenly, saw what  bo  took  to heal
'deer behind a  log.   A  iluser Invcstiga-
: tion revealed tin-fact that he and an enor-
j inous panther occupied that part of the j
1 country, and Mr. Chappei says be woultl
I have been belter satisfied lo have had the
I company of a gun and a friend. He Ihen
struck out for home and procured a rifl-
and also asked a friend to come too. They
hnd   some  dogs in  case tbe animal had
"treed" or gone into Ihe thick bush.   On
arriving at the place where the  panther
was last seen, the dogs were laid on nnd
very soon the panther took refuge in a tree.
The sportsmen fired at the animal three
times, each time causing it to fall to
ground, when the dojjs rushed at it an
. would again  sera in hie  up  a tree-
grocery  bnsiue-S on the corner of Store j third time Mr. C'happel's large dog hung
and Kisgard streets.   He was successful (! on to it nnd was hurled several feet up bv
• in the business   which he  followed, and   the panther,   They eventually killed ftl
•retired from it in  18.0.   Mr.  Montobio and broughl tho skin and  head  to this',
was a member of the Mnsonit.- order, and , eity nnd it was to be seen at the Nannimo /
-also of the 15.  (.'.Pioneer  Society.   The ■' hotel last night.   Tlie panther measures i
remains will  betaken  to  Victoria  this i over 0 feet from tip to tip  and weighed j
.morning for interment.   Mr. John Hil-' 275 pounds.   The animal  Mr. Chappei j
-bert, tbe Undertaker, has the direction of i shot is undoubtedly the one that has cutis-
inst..
NOTICE.
.RTL'KI.V MEETING OF TIIE N.
E.  P. Society will bo held in  the Society's  Hall,   on  Saturday,  the  ijth
nt S o'clock p.m.   As businem of im-
portanco will be brought bsfore the meeting
n l-rye attendence is requested.
By Order,   •
R, AITK-N,
Ap 10-13 Secretary.
tflio the Travelling Public
•n i v
I. O. O. F.
 ANNIVERSARY	
Ball  and   Supper.
Under the Auspices of
BLACK   DIAMOND    LODGE   No.   5.
IN   THE
INSTITUTE    HALL
ON
Friday, April 26th, '89.
jSty]es and Fib Warrantl
CALL    :   AND
CALDWELL
Commercial Street
npbj-im
:   SEE     :
& LEWIS,
Nanaimn, 1.1
TICKETS
$3 oo.
George Cavalsky's]
PriitHirU
VANCOUVER
Furniture: Warehouse.
Death Of (i. B. MoNTomo— Mr. G.
B. Montobio, an old and respected resident of Victoria, died of heart disease,
after a week's illness, at the Palace Hotel,
In this citv, yesterday morning nt eight
(•'clock. Mr. Montobio was n native of
Genoa, Italy, and came to this Province
in 1858, from San Francisco, during the
Oarihoo gold excitement. After a stay
of a few years in Cariboo, Mr. Montobio
!_mt to Victoria, where he engaged in the
TICKE'
 TO    -I., .IS
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAIL'V
And Its connection^ ma) '    Im] ft--, j-i
A. SHAW,  Agent,   -   -   Nauaimo.
G. H. BLMEWAY& GO.
:nsing
IMPORTING AND
CHEMISTS A
li ii
^||The Nanaimo Pharmacy
COMMERCIAL   STREET.
rh)sician Prescript ions ...refiiHycompoundc-
Coantry orders promnllv nl lender! 'o.
All Kinds of Goods Bought,
Sold and Exchanged.
VICTORIA CKESCKNT,
Opposite Provincial Hotel.
VanHouten & Randle.
IMrORTttllS AND HEALERS IN
Hardware : Stoves
Tinware
James Harvey
IMPORTER OF
the funeral, and will accompany the cor.
iteae to Victoria. The deceased was the
iather-in-law of Mr. Morrello, and leaves
«a estate estimated to be worth  tlUO,OCM.
ed such depredation rmong the sheep on
the island and the farmers will probably
pass a vote of thanks to the plucky sportsmen.
!' I ENGLISH ANB CANADIAN MERCHAN
DISE.
Commercial Street, Nanaimo,
B. C,
We manufacture till kinds of
SHEET IRON, TIN
AND COPPER WARE.
PLUMBING   AND GASFITTING
Promptly attended to.
J.y A upecinlty made of Tin Roofing and
Cornici Work. Estimates given and work
guaranteed.
VANHOUTEN & RANDLE,
Victoria Crescent    -    -    Nanaimo, B. C,
on
VICTORIA CRESCENT,
Is thc place togct your FRUTTalwa) J
the lirst nnd best of tho season, besides if you want
Fancy    ____._-• tide.1
Jewelry, Pipes nnd Cigars of which
he has thc biggest nssortment
in town, ns well ns being
agent for
McKay's   - London    -  Cig^
For Nanaimo nnd Wellington,
His is thc place and ao other, as he imp
I       his own gootls and saves you money, j
is SELLING . '
Give him a call anil satisfy yourself.
Furniture and   Household, Victoria   CreSCenl
GOODS       |	
CHEAPER than ANV OTHER HOUSE  DtlAA
JOHN HILBERT,
IN THE CITY.
OUAND
:-: Entertainmeii
—or THE-
iiifton I. fl. (1 T.J
I —ON—-
Wednesday. April loth, at 7:30 p.u |
—AT  THE—
"Wollll-LfStOML _3*_-l.
Mr. Scott, L.D., will presid-.
! 	
— PROGRAMME  |
Jong L\- the clioir.
lfo1' Mr.Edw.rd
AdilrM. Ke,.. F. I/lumber!.,
i Mumc Wellington ll»n.
- t.ECrt/RE-
| Sulje-t— Temperance I. W. PORTE!
' So"B By Ihe "Thrc« John-
MUSIC, Etc.
j    April 7*1.0
REWARD.
Note the Address:   Nos.
Bastion, Fro.it a id
_>/.., Nanaimo, B. C,
r,3>5, 7, . ,    A  REWARD OF TEN DOLLARS WILL BE 1
„,,       - .,"4"   '"' k"y Information th« will lead to tbe I
// ttaif con-iction of any oer.on unUwfully rem.viu Bowel
rrou any grave in the Nanaimo cemetery.
•     _,      •       "V ORDER OF THE TRUSTEES.
nanaimo, 30th Mnrcli, Bg—Ap 14

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