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Array Occidental Hotel
SAM fl,E HOOU
VQH   VOMMKHCIAI.   THA VELKR8*
[lie Bar i-. lapplted   with  only liie lje-.(   Wlaec,
LiatfSti antl ("iyars    \\ [e!nnd'i Celebrated   l'.itla-
i- trip Iii a Lager liner un  Draught.
'"55V;,?
Occidental Hotel.
/■'irst-l'lasa—forge Room*.
nicety F'urm'shto
£.•#"   Special   attention   given  to  the
Dieting Department,     t'futrge*  moderate
J. DEO&fiB & CO., Prow.
Vol. 1.
NANAIMO B. C, SUNDAY, AUGUST 18, 1889.
No. 129
Mr. Arthur Bullock Having Sold out His Business,
Will Continue His
Cost Price Sale
The World in General.
 UNTIL-
THE 1st SEPTEMBER,
yo
In order to Reduce His Stock Prior to Stock Taking
REMEMBER   THIS   FACT
and get Your goods at a Sacrifice before itis too late.
ARTHUR BULLOCK'S Crescent Store
Sullivan Sentenced tu Twelve Month's
Imprisonment by Judge  Terrell at Pnrvis.
Deputy Marshall Ragle Before tbe Federal   Oourt at  San  Franci.soo
for Shooting Terry.
Mrs.  Maybrick  Will Undoubtedly  b*
Ultimately Pardoned—Boulanger
Issues Another Manifesto,
Hudson's
Have Received Ex "Mennock" and "Stowe" Full Supplies
of Liquors and Provisions and Offer the Same
for Sale at Market Prices.
IM M
Ap 28
Nanaimo Saw Mill.
Haslem Ss Lees,
MAXITAlTCIlKttS (IK Al.l. KOTOS OK
Rough and Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Laths and Pickets,
Doors, Windows and Blinds,
Moulding, Turning, Scroll
gOrAll orders sent   to tin
prompt attention,
Bowing, it ti. I all kinds
ir address at Nnnaimi
Ap-.';;
if Wood i'iuishi
'ig*.
B.C. will have the most.
IIASI.KM A M3E8.
A. R. JOHNSTON & Co.
BASTION STREET & GORDON'S WHARF.
KT A. AST A. X M O
A   FTJ.LL,   LINK   OF
Finest   Groceries   and   Fresh    Provisions
EC 1*. I' T    IN    S T 0 CK.,
Ships     Disbursed    and    Supplies    Furnished
FAMILIES AND   SHIPPING   SUPPLIED.    GOODS   DELIVERED   10 ALL
PARTS   OF   CITY   AND   VICINITY.
Sl'll'llll'll.
New   York,   Ana.   17. — liei'berl   <l.
l'oole, merchant tailor whose store is in
the hasemeni  of ihe Coleman House,
suicided this morning at his residence ill
Flushing, I.. I., by blowing out his
brains. He is reported to have been
drinking heavily.
A Bid BREWRKY l.l'.AI..
New York, Aug. 17.—II is learned lhat
negotiations huve just been completed by
which tbe entire brewing interest of
Chicago has been sold to a syndicate of
English capitalists. The negotiations
were conducted by Mr. Herser who heretofore has been more prominent ir
Masonic circles than business affairs
The pnrchaso involves a million dollars
and has been kent a secret known only in
Chicago to tbe parties directly interested.
APPLICATION Itl'l'TSKI).
San Francisco, Aug. 17.—The Supreme
Court ol California last July reversed the
decision in tbe Sharon-HiU-Terry divorce ease and recommended Iho case for
a new trial. Mrs. Terry, beiore the
Supreme Court applied for ti rehearing to
have the order for u new trial set. aside.
The application was refused yesterday Lithe Supreme Court.
NOT Ul'll.TY.
Pittsburg, Pa;, Aug. 17.—Knox und
Reid, solicitors for the South Fork Fishing and Hunting Club, lo-day filed a plea
of not guilty in the ease of Nancy W.
Little und children against the club. This
plea has lhe effect of placing lhe case upon the issue docket for trial. II will
therefore be tried by a jury as soon ub its
turn comes up on" the calendar, This
plea of the chili was a voluntary one, and
the defendants do not generally plead until so ruled by the court, lt shows thnt
the olubi.s not shirking the issue anal is
anxious lo have the mutter settled us
soon ns posoible.
BUYING   II' AMERICA.
New York, Aug. 17.—English cnpltal-
ists ar0 endeavoring to secure control of
the business ofthe publishers of cheap
literature in the United States. II is asserted by Samuel Undernieyei' Hint London capitalists ure perfectly willing lo put
up the requisite "110,000,000, which such
a scheme would involve. Representatives of most ofthe lending publishing
concerns have been approached and their
figures obtained. John S. Ogilvie said
that the syndicate could not lie formed
unless George Munro sold out, and while
not Inclined to sav positively that the
scheme would he pat through, lie seemed
to think that it would. Publishers who
sell out to the syndicate are, according
to the scheme, expected to take in part,
payment for their business a certain
share of stock, a majority of which is to
be floated in London.
rnE m.ACK* DIAMOND,
Washington, Aug. 17.—It is believed
hi official circles when President Harrison returned from Hur Harbor he would
take some action in the case of the Black
Diamond, bul at the treasury department
it is snid that, procedure in tlio matter has
not yet been decided on. Treasury
officials state that the captain and crew of
the Black Diamond were not placed on
parole by the captain of the Rush, in
fuel they refused to be disposed of in this
wny, and for this reason aro not amenable to any civil law, national or international. In the cases of otlier seized
scalers, the officers and crews were
placed on parole nnd proceeded to the
ports designated by their captors under
prize crows without difficulty.
PURELY   IIYI'OTIII'I'K'AI..
Washington, Aug. 17.—Solicitor Hop-
burn, of the Treasury Department, refused to render nu opinion on the question MUbmilted to him by tho Canadian
Electric Power Co., whether electricity
generated in Caiuiilu can he nseil in the
united Btates without payment of duty
or without conflicting with (beprovisions
of the Allen Contract Labor Law. The
solicitor bold that the question is purely
hypothetical.
RKMOYRD TO CHICAaio.
Minneapolis, Aug. 17.—Owing
local squabble ovor tlie offices, the
court of Ancient Order of Forester
day voted to remove ils hcadquartr
Chicago, and to hold the nexl conve
there, liy this action all new oflicer;
lie Chicago men.
'the theory than an Immediate pardon
would (-over Justice Stephen with confusion and in a great degree impair public   confidence   in   jurors, whoi'cns   the
suspension of the death sentence ns n result of the deliberations in which Stephen
took part would be eminently satisfactory
to everybody, aud the unfortunate
woman's ultimata pardon would scarcely
cause surprise.
CHENs-iKX on struck.
New York. Aug.  17.—The pressmen
on the IVorlil went out on  strike ul   one
o'clock Ihis morning. They al once went
to their headquarters to hold a meeting.
OUT  ON'   I'.All..
Minneapolis, Aug. 17.—Frank Collom,
who is credited with forging $227,000
worth of notes anil who has been lying
in the countv jail fer several davs. was
leleased luli'l.o-ulgtit, on $100,000 bnil.
YACHT   RACK.
New York, ILL, Aug. 1",.—In to-day's*
race of the New York yacht club the
Fortune boat the Palmer and Dauntless.
The Titauin beat thc Grace nnd Realouin,
The Katrina did not start, ami Tomahawk heal, the Lieris und Mariquetta,
The (iorrilhi became disabled and .lid nol
finish.
A   IIKSI'IUIATK   lll.KII.
Nashville, Aug. 17.—A special despatch
from Jackson, Teiin., says a terrible
tragedy took place this morning ten miles
north-east of Jackson. Henry 1'ivwit,
an ex-cowboy from Texas, shot his young
wife fatally through lhe back while in the
arms of her aunt, lie wounded his
niolher-in-luw, und running into a Held
shot himself through the head, dying instantly, lie had been married14 mouths.
A warrant was out for his arrest for inoon-
shlning. He asked his wife to go witi.
him to Wnkeley county; he got down on
his knees this morning and begged her to
go, but she ia iu poor health and told
him she should not. go". He has been a
desperate character nnd told his wife he
hnd heen married four times, had killed
one wife ami three or four men.
A MISER  DEAD.
Hartford, Aug. 17.—On \Vednesday an
aged widow who lived alone in her house
at Winlhorp and Pleasant street wus
found dead iu her kitchen, having evidently died ul, least two days before. She
had lived the life of n hermit und miser.
She hnd no nearer relatives than cousins.
To-day two relatives, by advice of the
Probate Judge, searched the bouse nnd
discovered good honds and stocks of the
value of *4ll,000. No will was found, but
one is believed to he iu existence. The
property has been deposited with a Trust.
Co. by order of Ih- ..' idge of Probate,
pending lhc settlement of the estate.
The relatives making search are llezu-
kiali Gaylord anil Jno. M. Newberry of
this cily. Tliere are other relatives in
this Stale. Under the new collateral inheritance law live per cent, of lhe value
I  to  lhe  State of Cm-
Oi:il CABLE LETTER.
The Trouble in Oreto Assuming More
Alarming Proportions—England's
Dilatory Conduct.
police, who attacked him, but was overpowered and taken to the police itatien
and thence to the hospital, lt is feared
that his skull is fractured. Mrs. Malkin
and her daughter live near hy and were
walking up and down tbe block tor exercise.
Ru;:sitt Wauls to be the  Protector
Christians From the Slavery of
Moslem Rule,
of
I'll imi 1 1 >;iu . > <■>-.< i:kt.
Ah  (;\filing's 4niu.fulfill Furulsli*
fd by ilur Local Tulfssl.
Women
der
Flogged itnil Outraged in Or-
to Extort Money  From
Their Husbands.
of the estate
necticni.
not
Paris, Aug.
a manifesto a
declaring lhal
procured his
means.
IKJt   ANOIIV
-Boulanger has issued
3sed to honest people,
senale and chamber
.'iction   bv fraudulent
: in.
10 a
high
s tors to
11 i imi
KATKII.
London, Aug. 17.—ll has been artang-
ed to turn the house of A. S. Mitchell,
the largest manufacturer ot textile fabrics
in the world, inlo nn Incorporated company.
nocrons in cocnoil.
London, Aug. 17.—The British Medical Association which has been in session
here, closed its meeting lo-day. Among
the Americans who participated in its
work were Dis. Sexton, Honks und Culler
of New York und Ih'. Blake of Boston.
Dr. Sexton rend a paper on "An op-
eration foi- the cure of deafness und
noises iu the head." it excited the greatest interest. Dr. Blake submitted a paper
on "The use of paper discs in the ear."
Dr. Cutler discoursed on "Tuberculosis."
ONE I'lita (IN PHItlON
Is lhe Sentf nee Imposed .:pou .",.,, r.
1 . Sullivan by Judge Terrell.
Now Orleans, Aug, 17.--A special lo
the Picayune from Purvis says: The
court opened au+llt nine o'clock. Judge
Terrell wus on hand long before that
hour, and Sullivan was also in the a-ourt
long before his attorney arrived. Tlie
champion looked pleasant and unconcerned, although there was u suspicion
of apprehension in his eye. After the
jury were seated he glanced al the men
who hnd found bim guilty. The crowd'
in the court room wus small, hul -jrew j
larger in a lew minutes. Hardly was lhe!
judge seated when the grand jury filed in.
They presented one innlclinenl anal ihen
Withdrew. The case of Sullivan was Ihen
taken up. .lualge Calhoun submitted
a motion on arrest ol judgment without
argument: the papers had been left at
the hotel, however, aiul the case went
over to Friday next. The District
Attorney then called the casi
Fitzpatrick. lie read tb
and asked Filzpnorick whether he was
guilty or mil guilty. Mr. Fil/.palrick
quietly answered "guilty" und the District Attorney  addressed  the court,  re-
iscbl tu the On Ktm.l
l.uiulon,   Aug.   17.—A   despatch  from
Constantinople   Btates   that    Melikofl-,
Russian Ambassador, has  become more
urgent in liis demand for reform in Macedonia, und tbnt the impassive attitude of
Salisbury respecting Macedonian affairs
has   seriously   hampered   Sir     William
While, Hritish Ambassador, in his efforts
to prevent Ibe Czar from playing the role
of protector of Christians from the slavery
of Moslem Rule, holh in .Macedonia and
Crete.   The despatch adds that  entirely
trustworthy information bus   been  furnished   from   the   interior   districts   of
Macedonia showing that there has  been
very  littlo  exaggeration,   if  indeed any,
in the reports whicli have been sent out
ns to the general disorder and iniscovorn-
ment whicli prevails there.    In the complete   absence   of   the   exercise of any
authority.  Moussa Hey and his followers
have had everything Iheir own way. The
worthy   successor of his  father,  Mirsa
Bey of infamous memory, has   worried
nml plundered the Christian   population
without cheek, in many cases merely  to
gratify   his   savage   instincts.     Women
hnvo been subjected to horrors of   which
a  simple outrage  was the  least.     The
communities  generally  have  been the ■
prey to predatory raids of Kurds, natives j
und foreign, but as bad as all this is, it is
only   one   of    llu-    concomitants    of
Turkish     rule.      Among   some   of   the
methods   by   which   money is extracted
from the people is thellogeingof women.
Ihe hushnnds of many of  whom  are  in
Constantinople, striving hard as liamales
or porters or in other capacities, to earn
money   with   which   to return to their
homes.    Very often the only news these
poor fellows huve of tlieir homes is some
tale ef violence and outrage committed
by the governing authorities or licensed
robbers, Ihe Kurds,    lt wns  only   wben
Gladstone's speech on Professor Bryce's
motion rang out, that the Sultan and the
gang   of   brigands   who   surround him,
awoke to the tact that things were going
too fur, und that their power to  plunder
was   iu   danger.    The   recall  of   Moussa
Bey,Who is now in Constantinople, and
the appointment ol a commission  to inquire into the state of Ihe country,  were
sops to calm the feeling in England more
than anything else, ami will  in the end
huve no practical effect unless the government  of   Salisbury  shows   itself iu
earnest in doing the duty imposed upon
it by tlie treaty of Berlin and the Cyprus
convention,   instead    of    allowing   the
British embassy ut Raped to be a mere
adjunct   of  the   Berlin   foreign    office,
(treat Britain has incurred special obligations to these people, and to her own advantage,  while as yet they hnve derived
not a particle of benefit, but rather the
reverse, nnd the obligations England has
incurred  were undertaken  by the conservative government in which Salisbury
occupied the same position be docs now
al Ihe foreign olllco.
The Presbyterian Concert held at tlie
Institute Hull last night was a great success, both financially and otherwise, tbe
various performer**acquitting themselves
in a manner Hint frequently called for
tbe vociferous applause of the audience.
Owing to there lieing no progiemmu we
cull ouly say that the quartettes "Come
where tbe Lillies Bloom" and "Awake
Rolian Lyre" were, rendered in a most
artistic manner and deservedly an-
plnudetl.
The duet "Gypsy Countess," by Miss
M. Glaholm and Mr. J. Jones, received a
well-earned encore which was kindly
given.
The song "Jock o'Hazeldeah," as snug
by Mrs. Millar was very well received.
A reading by Mr. Hamilton, "The
Country Pedagegue," called forth a great
deal of laughter and was most amusing.
Mr. I.i'. Spear theu delighted tbe audience with the song, "My Madeline."
Mr. Spear was followed by Mr. Rush-
ford, who, with a violin solo descriptive
of the various sounds of tlie farmyard and
woods, wus the cause of much laughter
umong his audience.
Miss M. Glaholm sang "Killarnev" in
u very touching manner, which called for
loud applause but no encore was giveR.
A short interval, accompanied by ice
cream, cuke und music then ensued,
during which everyone, who was so
minded, partook of the good things provided. During the short space occupied
hy the demolition of the good things
provided, Mr. Honevman amused the
audience with a few choice selections on
the piano which caused the most ardent
devotees of ice cream to pause and listen.
Mr. Honeyman finally retired amid rapturous applause. After the interval Mrs.
Hinder sang "No Sir" in very good style
and was followed by Miss F. Glaholm
and Miss Van Houten with a duet,
"Juanita" which was one of the prominent features of the evening's entertainment. Thnt beautiful song "Comin thro'
Hie Rye" ns rendered by Miss L. Bate,
was superb and well deserved the encore
demanded, Miss Bate obliging the audience with the song entitled "A Maiden's
Challenge." wbich she Bang in truly
operatic style and for which the audience
also demanded an encore. Mr. A. £.
Planta then gave "Erin on the Rhine"
in a very creditable manner and was
warmly applauded.
A duet from tbe opera Blodwen, entitled "The Huntsmen bave sped through
the Valley," ns rendered by Miss F. Gla-
hnlm and Mr. J. Jones left very little to
be desired by the most critical house.
The orchestra played several yery
pretty selections during the evening
whicli never failed to receive applause.
Miss M. Gibson and Mr. N.Foster presided at the piano in a most efficient
manner.
'Ihe evening's entertainment closed
with singing the National Anthem, whieh
wus {Joined in heartily by those in the
body of the hall.
Great credit is due to those ladies who
had the management of the refreshments
for the able manner iu whieh they were
served out.
I'ililllRl.i: GAS I'lt'i.Alai,.
SJOVOVal S'crscul* klllrtl tiiitl ll oi,:,,teil
I,)'   r'lsinit.   f-'rutrill,',,esa «»!'
Plate i.itiss.
New York, Aug. 17.—Al 8 o'clock this
evening nu explosion of escaped gas occurred in lhe crockery slore of Thos. J.
Me.Oabe, nil Strand si., by which one
man was almost Instantly killed and a
dozen men, women ami children were
budlv injured. The shock was fell for
quite a distance around nnd caused great
excitement in ihe thickly populated
neighborhood. Flames quickly followed
the explosion und the store was soon
.ablaze When Hie explosion occurred
■ of John j the heavv plate '.'lass windows were burst
ndiutnient I violently in fragments and hurled into
the  streel.     Broken   pieces of crockery
were ulso thrown in all directions.
Merry Jacobs, aged 17, wild was pnss-
tbc store at  lhe lime, was struck in
i KBRV. SLAYER.
lie,.01)   Ha, si,at    >aflt   Before   lhe
G'l'alcriil  Courl— Tlie   I's.r
Postponed.
AGENT    FOR   PACIFIC    COAST    STEAMSHIP   COMPANY
AGENT FtRTHEEAST   (JO AST   STEAMSHIP COMPANY
WHITE   CAI'   11KVI1.TUY.
I Jackson, W. Va.;, Aug. 17.—For several
days While-Cap notices have been distributed at certain objectionable places
in this county. Lust night a band of
"Roguhltors" Visited the house of James
Sayre, a fnriner, unal took his wife, sister-in-law and himself, tied them to a
bed and lashed their hare hacks until
covered wilh blood. The "Regulators"
then tore the bouse ilown and set tire to
the ruins. Sayre claims to huve n
nixed some nl tbem.
WI!"!. ULTIMATE",Y 111: PARDONED.
London, Aug. 17.—Tbe belief is  now
almost  generul   thnt    Home   Secretary
Matthews will grant  Mrs.   Muybriek's
: reprieve und after 11 reasonable (apse of
I time pardon her.   Thisbelief is based on
viewing Fltxpatrlok's connection with tlie tho back nnd neck
flght and the circumstances under which plate glass and was
be become referee. He dosed by Having
he felt justified in asking lhe court to he
lenient to lhe accused. Cup1. Fitzpatrick also made a slalenienl in his o\Vn
behalf and concluded byaskingthe court
to he as lenient us poSfitble. The courl
reserved ils decision, The Sullivan matter was taken up again, nml Mr. 1 Ireen
read a motion on arrest of judgment
which the court over-ruled. Mr. Green
then submitted a motion for a new' trial,
and asked an immediate decision without argument from counsel. The grounds
of the motion were alleged to be that the
court was prejudicial lo the prisoner,
on-I Judge Terrell overruled the motion nnd
sentenced Sullivan to one year's Imprisonment,
A motion for n new trial wus at once
entered by the champion's lawyer, and
should it he overruled an appeal will be at
once taken to the supreme court of the
state, which will he determined al the
October term,
iv several  pieces of
) terribly lacerated
lentli  afler staggering a
thai ho bled I"
fen yards.
Among the injured, some of whom had
been in the store and some passing on
the street, are Jacob Seigol, aged 2-1,
head and neeli nit, may die: Lena
Alliums. 9, cut on the head
her, 15, right arm cut; Jennie Friedman,
1(1, shoulder lacerated; Cttssie Bercher,
48, left hand cut; David Dunds, 10, both
leys badly cut ; Rosa Malkin. 111. forehead lacereled ; Mary Purr, cut about the
head; Guss llinileiiian. 22. arms cut;
Albert Klin, 25, badly cut about the head.
A few others were cut or bruised but
went homo before their names could be
learned. Jacobs was returning Irom
work. He bad just got employment
after being idle some time and hnd been
telling his friends bow glad be wns for
liis family's sake. Seigel was crazed by
liis wounds and the shock und ran madly
through the street, scuttoring blood ns be
went.    He fought desperately   wilh lhe
San Francisco, Aug. 17.—Deputy Marshal Nagle, who shot Judge Terry last
Wednesday, and who was brought to this
city this morning from Stockton jail on a
writ of habeas corpus granted by Jucge
Sawyer, was present in the Circuit Court
room this noon. When the court opened
attorney James Mngnire introduced District-Attorney White ol San Joaquin
county and said they appeared conjointly
to oppose tbe release of Nagle by the
federal authorities. The attorney," after
reading papers connected with the proceedings, entered a general protest to the
order of the court, claiming it was beyond Ihe jurisdiction of the federal courts
to lake from the custody ot state officials
n person who bad beon arrested for the
commission of u crime within tbe slate
jiirisdiilction anal against states law.
"lithe court please," said Attorney
MngTllre, "we desire to protest against
any requirements of this court to Ihe
sheriff of San Joaquin county to bring a
person held under state authority into
this court on a writ of habeas corpus.
The prisoner Iihb, however, been brought
into OOUrt out. of deference to the court
by the sheriff, and the sheriff now present.- his returns to the writ." The
attorney then rend the written return
and added : "We shall take the position
on behalf of tbe people of the State of
California that Nagle is ill the custody of
the state authorities, and that tbe
Federal courts have no jurisdiction to
I take tbe prisoner from the custody ol
the olbeials. This objection aires rise to
a very Important question, which we are
not nt present prepared to argue."
Judge Sawyer said: "It was at present
a very important question. The claim on
,.,,, n , I the part, of the prisoner was that the acts
complained of were committed in the
performance of duty under tbe luws of tbe
I'nited States, and by reason of tbat be
bus been brought within the jurisdiction
of this court. We recognise the necessity
of your being thoroughly prepared lor
argument, and probably for ascertaining
facts it might perhaps be as well to postpone the matter lor a week to give
counsel an opportunity to decide what
is the proper course to pursue." The
hearing wus tben adjourned till next
Thursday. Nagle, uuder custody ol the
U.S. marshals was removed to jail.
Call and enjoy a cool drink of Lager st
(he Central Hotel. * THE :-: NANAIMO
COURIER
AN   INDEPENDENT
NEWSPAPER,
J
J. Shinabarg
sr Editor
and Proprietor
SUNDAY
AUGUST
18,    1889.
Mr. James O'Neil is authorized on behalf of tho Nanaimo CooBlEB to canvass
tor subscriptions, advertising, receive
payments and give receipts lor tlie same
in the citv of Victoria.
Mr. John Currie is authorized on behalf of the Nanaimo COURIER to canvass
for subscriptions, receive payments and
give receipts for the snnie iu Wellington.
wa- confined. In consequence of this
assault-Judge Field sent Tinav to jail
for six months and ordered his wife
locked up for thirty days Since their
release Ihey have holh threatened
vengeance upon .Indue Fieui, and it is
probable that Mrs. TEBBY had the same
pistol on the train which she carried into
the court room lasl full. The shooting of
Judge Terry by the deputy marshal was
doubtless justifiable under the circumstances. If it is ever true that a human
being ought to he killed "on general
principles" Terry Bhould have uiol his
be granted so as to terminate on the 8Ctl
alay of June and the .'list day of Decern
ber, and no proportionate n duction shall
lie made on : count of any person or persons commencing liusiness between those
dates.
s. In the constiaction ol this By-law,
it, describing or referring In any person
or party, mutter or thing, any word importing the masculine gender or singular
number, shall he understood to include
and shall he applicable lo several persons
and parties, us well as one person or party, nnd females ns well us males, ami
bodies corporate aB well as individuals.
an . several matters or things, as well as
one matter or thing, unless II be other-
TIIE MAY PRICK CASE
., , , i wise provided, or there is something „
Me long a**.    Ho was on. he worst {^{J^ or'centcx] repugnant tosueh
types "i the barbarism engendered by construction.
slavery   in   lhe   southern   stales,   and;    i). For the purposes Of this By-law, the
term wholesale trader Shall mean propiii"
■E.V. BOB WELL
Real Estate Broker,
And General Agent, Conveyancer,
Notary Public, Etc.
city  Property, SubnrbanlJProporty and
Farm Lands for sale on hest terms.
Correspondence Solicited.
CORNER CORDOVA A CAMBIE BIS.
COUV     El     B.
-:- SIGN
I happily om
!survive.
of ihe lust of the type to
In Iter trial for the murder of her  bus-1
hand by poisoning, Mrs. Maybrick made
a voluntary confession of  her adulterous
MISCELLANEOUS NOTES.
: The
I weak
guilty
er.   hul
espec-
intercourse with lhe man IiuiKiti.
evidence as to the poisoning wu
throughout. She may bave heen
of till that was charged against h
the crime was uot broughl home
filly in that certain, unqualified manner
which leaves no room (or doubt und
which is and ought to be necessary before a jury and judge will forfeit a human
life. So weak was the ease against the
prisoner that the prosecuting attorney
openly anticipated an acquittal. The
worst that would happen, in his judgment, was a disagreement nl the jury, in
which case be wub convinced that the
Crown would not force a new ti'.ub hut
allow the woman to go free. This was
after the close of tbe ease for the defence I
and, before the judge's charge to the jury, j
All England, it may be saial, has been |
shocked bv the verdict of wilful mu'der, !
followed, as it naturally was, by the sen-j
tence of death. The woman is to be |
banged for adultery; "int is what the
judge's charge, and tbe verdict founded j
on it, mean. She may hnve poisoned her
husband, although there is not evidence
to show this; but sbe bad confessed to
adultery, and the judge thought she
ought to he hanged anyway. Connubial
infidelity mav deserve death, but such is
not the law. A judge's prejudice has
procured a verdict, of guilty against a
woman charged with murder; and although public feeling in England will not
permit ber to be banged, the Home
Office could scarcely do more than commute her sentence to imprisonment for
life, which tvill be tbe terrible punishment meted out In her Ior the crime of
adultery alone.
England, witb the best judiciary in the
world, with the single exception of Canada, has never been without her unworthy judges—-men of strong prejudices
andtyrannic.il natures; men who think
to be cruel is to he just; obstinate, dictatorial and passionate. Such a one seems
to have presided at the Liverpool ussize,
" and to have charged the jury to bring in
a verdict of guilty tor a crime that win
not proven, because the prisoner hud
confessed to another crime witll which
the court bad nothing to do. It is very
rarely, indeed, that n Canadian judge
permits bis personal feel'ngs to curry
him away, especially in u ense in which
human life is involved, lt should he
rare everywhere. No people love justice
more than the English, and it is not surprising that the Liverpool verdict is being
received on all bends with marks of disapprobation, amounting almost to horror.
To be tried for murder und lo be condemned to death for adultery is too startling a departure from the ordinary course
iu that eountrv lo he received witll equanimity.
Prop. Ei.isha   Gray, the  electrician,
has invented whal  be calls the tel-nuto-
graph which he  pronounces nir ahead of
the telephone and in advance of the telegraph.   A person sitB down al the Instrument  avitli 11  pen  iu hand and proceeds lo write liis message.    At Ihe other
end of the wire another pen jots down
not  only   the   identical   words  hul the
sbiipe of the letters,  etc.. of the words
contained In the message. It is a shadow
in ink of the original   writing.   There is
no  noise and no "helloing."   lie pro- j
mises to have litem in market by the 1st |
of September or  October and we would      *,, Fron
not  lie surprised to lind the telephone | or fermented liquors by retail
totally discarded in Ihe next year for Ihis
new instrument.
tors of express offices, iras companies, fin
insurance companies, coal merchants,
lumber dealers, fur traders, founders,
warehousemen, waterworks companies,
and all persons who sell articles in bulk
or unbroken packages.
10. For the  purposes of this Dy-law,
n retail denier shall he held  to mean any
person or persons carrying on any business or calling (not otherwise specially
mentioned] within the city limits.
11.—This Bylaw may bo cited Ior all
pUrpOBM-M the "X'aoeaiiawi  TIeveillle lly-
l.nw, 1889."
Passed the Municipal Council this6th
day of August. 1880.
Affirmed by the Municipal (lounell this
mill alay of August, 1880.
S. GOUGH, M. HATE,
('. M. C. Mayor,
A    JONES,
Real Estate ami Insurance
OOVEUNMENT     STREET,
Viotoria
AND-
Papei Harfjint;, Kalsomining, Intciiot Decorations, Etc.
Reasonable Rates.     Post Office Box 176.
Done!
Contractor and Builder.
Short Bridge, Victoria Crescent, Nanaimo, B.C.
Importer and Dealer in all Kinds of
REPAIRS,
Builders'  Hardware   and   Carpenters'  Tool!
ni'l'li'!';
SCIIKIII I.i:   A.
any person vending
Tmkrk is a Baptist woman minister ill
the United States. Her name is the Rev.
May ('. Jones, und she is the lirst
woman ever ordained hy the Close Communion Baptists. Alter having bad
charge of the church at Spokane Falls,
Washington Territory, for nearly n year
-is a "supply," she was installed as
pastor with only two dissentient votes.
Thereupon the Home mission Society
withdrew the half of the minister's salary
which Ihey Supplied, as they refused to
recognize a woman minister, l'.ut the
congregation soon showed that thev
could be Independent ol thnt assistance,
and have raised Mrs, Jones' salary from
$1,1*1)0 to $1,200. lie private resilience is
nt Centralis, W. T.
CnmiiAKV to the expectations entertained, Secretary Windoin has endorsed
the views of Attorney-General Miller
affirming the right of Chinese in transit,
to land at tbe ports of the United states.
This ruling of Secretary Windoin must
be regnrded as a calamity lo the Pacific
const. II will be impossible to derive
any benefits from the Exclusion law
under the .Miller construction, notwithstanding Windoin's assurance that,
whenever Chinese have been permitted
to land en route, they huve scrupulously
kepi their word and led the country us
thev agreed to do. The San Francisco
Italieus cm-pus mills will gel lo grinding
once more, and perjury, cunning and
trickery will be utilized a- of old Is
smuggle coolies into California. No reliance whatever is to he placed upon any
assurance the Mongolian may give.
With them falsehood is :i virtue if
used successfully to accomplish a purpose.
Shrewd lawyers will accept fees to pro-
tact them in their violation of the law,
and to uphold them In their perjured
oaths. The Chinese may he required to
give bonds, but they will not hesitate to
accept so convenient a help to Iheir purpose*.	
DAVID S. TERRY.
The Scripture that "wicked and violent men shall nol live out hall their
days," has bid an exception in the case
of IMvro S Tkhhv, of Californin, who received his merited bullet ut Ihe age of HIS
years. This notorious man has been a
dangerous enemy of the social order all
his life, but the mills ol the nods ground
slowly ler h'm. He eanie voi.- close li
thegldlows nt the bends nf the vigilantes
in 1866, while he was chief justice of tbe
Slnlo court. He wus one of the bad ell
ment thnt the citizens of Sun Francisco
were determined to suppress, and at i
critical houHie slabbed one ol their com
mittee.. He wns held 1 1 await the result
ol bis blow, and when il proved I,, be not
fatal he wus banished from the slule,
while three of bis pels were hl'ng til the
jail windows. He returned a'ter the excitement abated, and soon made war
upon Sennter Bbodeiikk who was opposing the aggressions ol tbe sluve power.
Bboiiekick was unwise enough to accept.
a challenge from Terry, and fell nl his
hand, a victim ol tbe slave driver's malice in 18f>9, Brodkrick's popularity wits
such that Terry wns obliged to yield
a slight deference t> public opinion for
a time, but be was never suppressed.
He had many adinirerH among the
democrats who showed the snnie incapacity to appreciate tbe civilized sentiment el the north that they hnve shown
in other places on this const, and in 1880
they made Terry their candidate ior presi
ilenlint elector. They carried the state, but
the state could not carry Tkkiiv and he
was defeated by Hiniy Ehoerton, the
republican candidate for thnt office.
While Sarah Ai.thea Hii.i. was engaged
in her suit against the Sharon estate
Terry married ber. When Judge Field
rendered tbe decision in thnt case last
September, she assaulted him, and
Terry attempted to cut his wny with a
dirk into the marshal's room where she
CORPORATION
01    1 hi;
CITY OF J-JANAIM0
NANAIMO REVENUE BY-LAW, 1889,
Whereas ii is expedient to provide for
raising a Municipal Revenue In conformity with the Municipal Act, issii;
He it therefore enacted by the Municipal
Council of Ibe City of Nanaimo, us follows:—
1, The Nanaimo Revenue By-Laws of
1878, 187U, 187S, 1881, 1882,1888,1887 nnd
1HHK, nre hereby rqpenled.exoeptlng so fur
us muy he require, I for securing and colore
lug the payment ot any rules nnd taxes
now outstanding or in arrear, or the recovery of any penalty thereunder.
2. From and after the passage ot this
by-law, the general Municipal Revenue
oi' the City shall be raised, levied und
collected for the use of the Corporation
from such sources as hereinafter provided.
'.',. There sliull he raised, levied nnd collected in each year upon ull real estate
mentioned In the Assessment Roll for
the time being in force in the suid cily an
equal rntc of one per cent, on the assessed
value thereof us appears by the said roll.
•I. The said rules shall be due and payable by the person or persons liable blithe same io thc Collector of tbe Municipal Council at his office in the City Hull,
Bastion street, Nauaimo, on the 1st dny
of August in each year.
6, There Bhall be levied upon and collected from every male person above 21
and under 00 years of age, resident, in the
Citv of Nannimo, us und for Rontl Tax an
annual sum of Two Dollars.
0. Every person using the trades, occupations, professions or business in Schedule A, hereunto annexed, particularly
described, sjiall take out a periodical
license for such period ns in the snid Schedule A set out, paying therefor such peri-
odicnl sum ns is there specified, whicli
said sum shall respectively be paid in
advance to nnd for the use of thc Corporation of the City of Nanniino, and their
successors.
7. No person shall use, practice, curry
on, or exercise any trade, occupation,
profession or business in the snid Schedule A described or named, without having taken out nnd bad granted in him,
her or tbem a "cense in that behalf. The ;
licenses to be grunted ns aforesaid nre to j
plrituous
Ior each |
house or placo where such vending is
carried on, $101) for every sis months.
2. From nny person not buying u retail license as above, und vending spirituous or fermented liquors for wholesale,
that is to say in quantities not less than
two gallons, for each house or place $26
for every six months,
3, From anv person keeping a saloon
or building where a billiard table is used
for hire or profit, lor inch tahle if:', (or
every six months,
-1. From nny person keeping a howling
alley or rifle gallery, $5 (or every six
mouths.
"1. From nny person selling opium, except chemists und druggists, using the
same in preparation of prescriptions of
medical practitioners $50 for every six
months.
li. From nny person currying on the
business of a wholesale, or ofa wholesale
and retail merchant or trader, $10 for
every six months.
7. From any retail trader $B (or every
six months.
In case nny wholesale or retail trader
has more than one place of business be
shall pay 11 license for each place,
8. From every person who either on
his own behalf or ns agent of another or
others, solicits or takes orders for goods,
wares or merchandise to he supplied or
furnished by nny person or linns doing
business outside the Province und not
having a permanent und licensed place
of business wiihin the Province "pin for
every six months.
I). From every person wbo keeps or
curries on a public wash house or laiindr;
$5 for every six months.
10, I'rom auy person carrying c
liusiness ol a pawnbroker, $7*i for
six months,
11, From   any   cattle  drover,   $]
every six months.
12, From the owner or owners of cubs,
buggies, carls, wagons, carriages, .mini-
busses unal other vehicles kept for hire
$'.'..ri0 for every six months for every such
vehicle, provided Hint no person or company holding a license under this subsection shall he liable at the sume time
to take out or pay for a license in respect
of the livery stable ut which the vehicle
mentioned in such license is kepi.
15, From every livery stable keeper,
$10 for cyery six months.
14. From any person carrying on, on
his own account, the business of a bunker
at one place of business, $10 for every six
months.
16, From cadi person practising as a
barrister or solicitor, $12.50 for every six
mouths.
lli. From nny person {other Ihan a
barrister or solicitor, who has taken out
a license to practice as such) following
the occupation of a conveyancer, or land
agent or both, $12.50 for every six
months,
17, From any auctioneer, (not being a
government oflicer, selling by auction, or
sheriff, or sheriff's officer or bailiff, selling lands, uoods or chattels, taken in execution or for tiie satisfaction of rent or
taxes), in addition lo any other license
before mentioned, $50 (or every six
months.
IH. From every person who exhibits a
public circus or menagerie, $2.". for each
exhibition.
10. From every person carrying on
any trading business or calling, other
than those mentioned in this Schedule,
the sum of $5 for every six months, provided always lhat no person employed as
a journeyman or lor wages only, nnd not
employing other persons or having a
regular place of business, shall be subject
to the provisions of this section.
ANU   SHOI'   FITTINU    A
SPECIALTY.
Nanaimo, B. 0
May 15-
l'.'
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Skinner Street, Nanaimo,B,0,
HINDMAKSH & PETERS, -  - Prop:,.
Thai Only FIBST-OLlflB I10l!SF,!ln Tlio Oity.
g.i@r Sample Boom  for use of Commercial Travellers-
Only while help employed.
Garesche Green & Co.
BANKERS,
Victoria,   "S3.  O.
A general Banking business transacted.
Telegraphic Transfers and Drafts on the
Eastern Provinces, (.real Britain and Ibe
United  States.    Collections   promptly
attended to
Company.
Agents for Wells. F
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Table niul Pocket Cutlery, Stoves,
Rangos  und  Parlor  Crates,
Coal oil, Table Lamps
nnd  Fittings.
I'A I NTS - ASSORTED   COLORS.
White Lead, Shot Onus,
Hides und Cartridges;
Rope, Etc.,
Eta
ALL KINDS OF WALL PAPER.
House Furnishing (Ioods of nil Kinds
Terra Ootta Chimney Flues.
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[jv,,    A full [.ssertment
lowest market rules.
ni hand   at tht
O
THE CHEAPEST STORE IN NANAIMO
•IS-
New Dairy & Creamery
R0THER1
HE'AI.ERs    IA
(If all sizes, for sale hv
A.R.J0HNST0N
 A (It IMI'ANY.
PROCLAMATION.
CALDWELL & LEWIS,
 THE	
Fashionable : Tailors
— .-*,..
CALDWELL & LEWIS,
Commercial Street
apl3-im
NOTICE
1 hereby give
responsible for
any   person   01
written order,
tf
notice that I will not be
any debts contracted by
persons   without    my
JOHN  BERTRAM.
tar in unci,   in ii,iii-,c, v. all on
\ B   NORGATK,
Architect anil Mechanical Engineer,
DRAWINGS FOR PATENT OFFICE.
VICTORIA, it. i>.
NOTICE
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT CHAN-
cellor Drowning, Commissioner for
the C, V. R. bus this, the 28th day of
July, issii, issued u proclamation warning all persons from purchasing bus from
Samuel Qreer In Lot 520, utroup One,
Now, mny it. please Your Lordship, I
have offered lor side any lots in said Lot
520, lor that would he deception on the
public, as the highest legal authority in
British Columbia pronounced tbo title lo
that lot straw—not one cent as consideration having been given. Now, if Yonr
Lordship will adjust your win and recover from your deep studies of I'.lucl--
stone and the Inns of estoppel, you will
be able to see tbnt the four Judges who
threw youl cuse out of Court lust April
were fully uble lo comprehend tbe difference between 526 and Pre-emption He-
cord 1008, tills being the Rbcikhtriibu
Nt'Miiun of tnnv hind mi English Bay.
Come down anil see us. 1 have a few corner "lols (with a smattering of coal) ybl
lefl. 1 nienii to sell, nnd the public will
persist in buying Ihem, nolwithstamling
Your Lordship's decision. Things will
move just the same at English Bay.
All parties are hereby warned tbnt
Angus und Smith have no title to Lot
5211 till confirmed by the Legislature, and
all sides will be void.
SAMUK1. QREER.
Vaucouver, July 20, 18811.
NOTICE
ALL persons ure warned thnt Samuel
Qreer has no right or title to nny
portion of
LOT 52(1, OIIOII* I,
New Westminster District, uud any sales
purporting to be made by  him of any
portion of the snid lot, will be void.
DoNAi.n A. Smith.
For
A sous.
J. M. DROWNING.
Commissioner.
.1 illy 25.18.SU.    yjSOml
NOTICE
K. 11.
Vancouver,
1 hereby give notice that on and after
August 12th 1 intend p'aclngpoison meat
on my farm, nl Englishman's River to
kill panthers,
A. V. HIRST.
Furniture, Crockery, Glassware, Stoves, Gu<l
"WAX-Ij  X"AX*X*2X*.,
Clothing  and Gents'   Furnishing  Goods,   Hats,   Caps/
TRUNKS  AND  VALISES,
Boots and Shoes, Watches and Jewelry of every Descripti]
Goods of all kinds bought, sold or exdKangi
NEW AND SECOND HAND.
Victoria Crescent, Nanaimo, B C
OITOSITF. RAPER, RAI'ER & CO.
aug 7 I'
NOTICE
(OM HI Kill ".*.!.   NT
Tlm Largest aiul
It.   '.VATKI.-'S       -
S'.'NAIMO
OKt    HotL'l    ill   til
Oltv,
■•HOP
NOTICE
We hereby give notice that nl tbo J
sining of the License Commissioner
the Oity ol Nanaimo we will apply
license  to  sell   wines, spirits and
fermented liquors bv retail, al tho
mises situated on lot 15. block 10,
burton street, in the Oity of Nana
and to be known as the Balmoral 1'
,1. IKM'dll.l
THUS. WAI,
All persons having accounts nan 111 Si
D. Morello, late proprietor of lhe Palace
Hotel, nro requested to send them In at
once tor payment, und till persons indebted to the suid li. Morello will greatly
oblige by settling tbeir accounts Immediately.
auftill lb MORELLO.
JAS. G. FAIRBUBJ
Boot & Shoemaker*
HAS IlKMOVIill TO
G.  W.  BIGGER BASTION    STREjl
VICTORIA,   B.
—Wll.l, IIIVK--
lm
Ifl SIZE PORTRAITS
Next   Hilbert's   Furniture
Warehouse.
fMrEepalrlng 21 all kinds prow'
1 nlended to.
Ap   23-t/
rayon,
The
NEW
—IN—
ndian Inkor WateiColors
Pacific
BEST WORK on ll
Coast at
:-    YORK     -:-
PRICKS.
W.BEEDEMEIEE.DR.PH.
Mllllni  E -;" 11. Unllcd Stales and
Provincial Surveyor and As-
sajcr. Vancouver, B. C.
^iiT^^^^y^ 25 Encourage Home Industry 4
P. GABLE,
Cigar:-: Manufacture
Bastion jSt.,
Nanaimo, 'b, cl
years   BXpsrifltlftfl
United States "f  America.
of mines executt'd at low rates.     -Way- made ttn all .
kind, or aw^^^YntS irf%"«, KuVop?hiK Smoke the celebrated "NaJ
Slir.alas  (s'li   Lanulliagcs. - -    »    -         'C"-«**s-.s.-.:»s«»>    mIjm* -f
A-isy. mm »■ dis-tacs pwmptiv aita-„d.,i to, naimo Jinteipnse   cigar]
a''aTi onaru for aisaylng left will. w. 0 Br t in the Market.
Hallack, Nnnaimo. will be promptly for-, Encourage borne industry,
warded to Dr. Bredemeyer,                   I Ap 24 OHIT OH AT.
iNaas River Oolachan _ CANA_D_IAN PACiFIC
Oxford and Cambridge girl graduates
played tbeir annual' lawn tennis  match <    THJS 8EAaON'S CATCH IN KIT*-,
on   Saturday   In   the  grounds   of   Mr.
kk^ Ke^s <S Barrels
bridge players were Miss Martin-Leake uv *«'"'«   A\^_"  «■   UlKllKllO
and Miss Fox, while Miss Martin  and j
Miss Langridge represented Oxford.    In ! Delivered to all purts of the City from
the presence of a large assembly of the |    -,___      ^ , TT . x „,__„
la,.,-   sma.eu.s   und   tb-ir   ««&<»» |    (JEO.     CAVALSKEY,
Bullock's Brick Block, Victoria Orescent.
Dr. J.   Collis   Browne''*
CHLORODYNE.
THE ORIGINAL and ONLY UENUTNE.
brilliant play was witnessed
hard fight Cambridge won the match by
threo sets to two.
Miss Agnes   lline, the one lady who
competed iu the recent Carpenters' Com
Wav 14—1 mo
THE TRUE
Transcontinental Route
lll'TWI'MN'    IIII''
Pacific : f ui : the : Ailantic !
Canadian Pacific Nav. Oo.
[LIMITED
TIME   TABLE   No.   io.
TAKING.   FFECT FEBRUARY aot, ,88,,.
RUKRARD INLET ROUTS.
Advice to invalids—If you v. i..n tai omaaln
quiet   refreshing  sleep,   free  fioni hcaalaclle,
relief from   pain  anal   anguish, lo calm and
assuage  the weary    achiiujs    of protracted   VICTORIA TO Vancouver and Moodyvlllo daily
disease,  Invigorate the nervous media, and        •xwrMonday,at4o'clock.
reculate  tile circulating systems of the body, , VANCOUVER TO Victoria, daily, except Morula
.,, ., ir     -.a    ,     .       .      ii af I3H3 o clock  air on the arnaal of the C. i
you will provide yourself avith tnat   lltarvell- Railway 'train.
ous   remedy   discovered   by   Dr.   J, Cullis I'l/GET SOUND ROUTE.
Browne (late Army Medical Stall), to which   s.s. PREMIER trill leave a» rull(,»s:-Vaticoi,a«
lie gave lhc name of CHLORODYNE, anal . p.tn.,   Main,lays and  Thursdays,   retaining
    Seattle   W'cdncsdsys and  Sal Br Jay s :.t t
FIRST BAN K
—fiSiABUSMKD    IN —
City 0 Nanaimo
BANK    OF
filling to ga
ol eggs on the dills al Bempton and
Sneeton, on the Yorkshire coast near
Flamborough Head. They were very
carefully lowered from the summit, and
there was really little peril; but all the
same the look down the sheer face of 11
olift'over four hundred feet high requires
nerve and confidence in the material of
which ropes are made.
QTJE.EN
Chop and Oyster House,
Kong Bridge, Nanainio, ll. C.
OYSTERS    IN    EVERY    STYLE
Raw, Fry, Fancy Roast,
Plain Roust, Oyster Loaf.
New Vork S«W, liox Stew,   Pan Roast.
FISH : GAME : AND : CHICKEN
MX  KINDS OK   ROASTS,
ICJ5   :   CREAM
§3?*Open day and night. Meals 25 cents
and upwards. Hoard and Lodging by the
day, week or month.
W. H. PHILPOTT, Prop.
 apl3 -tf
PhotographsJJPh otographs!
The unilersigned is prepared to take
first-class Cabinet. Photos for if::.00 per
dozen. Views of residences and all kinds
of viewing nt reduced prices. And to
keep money from going to other cities
will tuke payment in trade from nonbusiness man in tlie city.
,1011c* SAMPSON,
1'hoto Artist.
A   CHOICE   ASSORTMENT
oit 'nil'* kin'fht ' quantity at reasonable rates.
MEATS   AND   VEGETABLES ™E VARIKTY AND GRANDEUI
ni thr MAiiKirr. SCENERY
Vton Deliveurv tu AU Parts of tlio Oitv,
m^UWALTiSi XASAIMt) RA/'hW'V
OF
Pharmaceutical Sr«amihlp Sardooyx will leave for Fort Simji'-oii taah
intermediato port* oh the First -mil Kiftetntir^i
each month,   Whunovei sul-Sclent   IndncMneiit
.-■(Ters will call at points on  the   Wttl  CoaM  :i»d |
(Jilt-en Charlotte Islands.
i*l Haiir* wt
I'.n-'Liiiil, Nortli and South Wales Bank;
Hritish   I.i ni* j i   (.'ontpaoy 's   Batik;"
J,  ltl*NDROI'T
Master.
hnwlrla it," Ism, nnntltv nf fnnrl ,„ nnlimltm" I attacks  of Epilepsy,   Hysteria,   Palpitation   *"'«■»«» for Hops Mil way port.leave N.W We.1
provme tne nest quality oi loon in  nmeci,        a0Mm, mhuur evsryThundsyi  For ciiiiliwiM.k snd ASenis and < ...r.M.ou.,. ,.i.
'  CHLORODYNE is the only palliative in        "fw.       ** '"'" ',''":"i'v ""' Sl""r*lay " 11« Cahaba-T!.. Bul, of Montreal .nd imam
Neuralgia,     Rheumatism,     Gout,    Cancer, BARCLAY SOUNJD ROUTE. I Unitbd S, Anas-Agents Hank of Montreal, sa) Wall
Toothache, Meningitis, &: , Ac. .Sn-i.ii.aT MAUDE leaves Victoria to, Alberni ani •     Streel, New Vork; -Hank ,if Montreal. Lhii'»iia,.
along  ils   line  is  ttncutiallcd, and In the de- Sound ports once u month.                         „     | Unite,. Kinodom— Bank of Hritish Columbia, *i
tails of track,'train service, etc., nothing Ib  NORTHERN   ROUTE.
omittea that can add lo lhe Safety nnd Com-     l'ru"1    s""m!S   *   c";>
fort   of its patrons.     All In all, il gives Iho ! c-'"-'""s,s; ,M«d,Sf' """' Simla, Jainrary 51I1,
hest    and   most serviceable  line of travel, I 'sto:     '"J' I • Ouvcnpnrt, Esq. 33 Great oners miiwiu points on .lie wm Coast and.   „di.,ci,i,M, l.oan. Ausirali., N.w 7...UU.J Uou.
whether lor bus ness or pleasure,   between Russell Street, Bloomsbury, London, Dear Qomo Cbsriott. l.lsnd.. .                                  k0„, ,J Shanghai  H.,.k  Coruomlon-
-:        "' ' ,:  "" """■""'*■ ««•'»■«■ >■- '"•*" «t ctun.lnj ,!,„. ClTartered   Banf of India, Aaastrali. and
China, English, Scottish and Au,tra-
lian Chartered   Bask,   Banl.    I
sn«J«r. : Australasia      Commercial
Bank Co.. of Sydney,
nil Eastern Cities. '. I ilself,  not only in Hindostan,  but all over I,, , . I Maxico amb South AMMicA-l^doo  IwrJ. 0
THROTJOH     TvTr,lV"R-'T,.Q    | the East.     As a remedy of general  utility, j |\| 1 tl'11111A     I Itl/I      lltll/'.a   I Mexico and Souih America.
(.'omhill, London; National Fro
s\,iil, an.l South V
l.itieu   ( 'oninaQ) '
Bank of Ireland
i'orllinal   T'lcmn-a"Seattle'Viciorln   nn'dnii i Sir:—Wc  embrace this opportunity  of con- I    TI"-':<'"'P'""y reserves the riajm of chang
1 oru.iiKi,  i.tcniiia, ocauie,   Victoria, .11111 an ,   , , n 1 . lime lable nt any time without nottflcsiton.
I'aeilie Coast Points, and Vinniiieg, Mlnne- gratnlatlnn  yon  upon the widespread repit-     O.A.CARLETON.        JOHN IRVING,
, apolls, St. Paul, Chicago, St. Louis', Ottawa, I tat'°n  this justly esteemed medicine, Dr. J. Hen. A-ronf. Mam
'Toronto, Montreal,  Boston, New York and Collis Jrowne's Chlorodyne, has earned for  - -_.._
era Cities.   . i "sclf.  not only in Hlndostan,  but all over ,, , .
ROUGH   TICKETS \%™_ ^r^iher^.l.Jt'lSi^311311110   Laild    OfflCC
.ed  to  all  principal  poinls  in   the  ported  into the country,   and   we shall be «VU1JU      l/llllbi
; are   Issuei
United States,  Canada and Europe,  at the
On niul after July 16th, lli>' steamer fen-1 Lowest Rates.
W.  R. ROBERTS
Watchmaker and  Jeweler,
< mmiier, !>H Nl,, Xi,,,:,!,,,,,, l(.< -
Watches     ainrl    Jewelry
bought. Bold und repaired,
Speeticles   and   Eye-Glasses,
Fine Gold Wedding Kings
ate, on band,
WANTED.
A bouse in the middle ward with live
rooms, in good locality. Address "M. M."
I'onuiEit Olliee.
I M. VAKWOOI),
Solicitor etc., of Ontario,
Notary Public of British Columbia.
— o v v i c !•: —
lip-stairs in Smith's Block, Commercial street, Nannimo, It. ('.    aug 11 tf
TOR SALE
The l'oodle Dog Restaurant is offered
*.n.   * '""in     I 'WH     * n sn .i 11: ati 111     in     ' 111 >  i ■  ' i w w<* -f-v «x ".ri V 'si W W   VV T"*t
lor sale cheap.   Any Intendingpnroliaser Uf il 11L L LJI L DliAli
will be given il trial of the business. H. V. UULiDltU. ill)])
For further particulars apply at the ' r
bel will sail us follows, calling al
wny ports:—
Leave Victoria for Nanaimo,
Tuesday at 7 a iu
Leave Nannimo for Comox,
Wednesday at II a in
Leave Comox for Nanaimo,
Thursday al 7 a m
Leave Nanaimo for Comox,
Friday at ii n m
Lenve Comox for Nanaimo,
Saturday al 7 a in
Leave Nanniino for Victoria,
Sunday at 7 a m
'•'or  l''r.:ijln and Passage apply on board,
Mar   ,—tf
TEAMING-
QRDERS FOR DRAYAOE OR TEAMING
^ left at tin.- Excolilor Bakery, Commercial »irt--:t,
ro Manson's store, Haliburton sirct-t, will receive
rompt attention ai moderate rates.
A.  ANDEKSdN,
Albert Street, ■
April c—ti Nanaimo, IU'.
IMPORTER ok
ENGLISH anu CANADIAN MERCHANDISE.
Commercial S'lHEET, Nanaimo,   H, C.
For Sale!
-ooo-
For Sample a cl Price Apply to
A. R. Johnston & Co.
uug S-lmo
OITY tVLA.Xi.XS.XAA'X*.,
Next   door   to   Hirst's   Rros..
Commercial  Street.
partienlurs   :ip|
restaurant, or to A. F„ I'lanta
FOR SALE
is or less of   Nannimo Qas
One Light Spring Wagon.
One House and Lot on Irv-
Ten   Shar
Slock.
ing Street.
One Davis Sewing Machine.
Apply to
ARTHUR BULLOCK.
FOR SALE
A bargain, three lots in Newcastle
Townsite, delightful situation for residential purposes, commanding a lull view
ot the harbor. Close to Mill Stream
bridge.
For further particulnrs apply to
A. E. I'LANTA,
Renl Estate Agent.
FOR   SALE
PLUMS
CuiiM-.intly on hantl a full assortment of
Choice Meats and Vegetables.
Shipping supplied at shori notice.
Peck's Motel,
EAST    WELLINGTON
T.   E.   PECK.   Proprielor.
KIRST-CL'SB IN BVRY   I'AKTICIII. A k
The World Renowned!!
ROI'.T.  IRVING,   freight and   Passenger
Agent, Govt. St., Victoria.
A. E. I'LANTA, Ticket Agent, Nanaimo.
I). E. DROWN, D. 1'. anal Passenger Agenl.
Vancouver.
Esouimali  & Nanaimn
Railway.
TIME    CARD   No.   10.
TO TAKE EFFECT AT 6:.o A. M.|,ON SATURDAY, MARCH  yjth. ,S8i,, TRAINS
RUN ONLPACIFiClSTANDAR
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ported into tlie country
glad to hear of its finding a place in every
Anglo-Indian home. Thc other brands, wc
are happy to say, arc now relegated to the
native bazaars, and judging from their salet
we fancy tlieir sojarn there will be but
evanescent. Wc could multiply instancea
Infinitum of the extraordinary efficacy of
I Dr. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne in Dlarrhce,
and 2nd Dysentery Spasms, Cramps,
Neuralgia, the Vomiting of Pregnancy, and
as. general Sedative, that have occurred
und-. f our personal observation during many
years. In Choleraic Diarrhoea, and even if
thc more terrible forms of Cholera itself, we
have witnessed its controlling power. We
have never used any other form of this
medicine than Collis Browne's, from a firm
conviction that it is decidedly the best, and
also from a sense of duty wc owe to thc pro!
fession and the public, as we ore of the
opinion tnat the substitution of any other
than Collis Browne's, is A DELIBERATE
BREACH OK FAITH ON THE PART
OF TIIK CHEMIST TO PRESCRIBE
AND PATIENT ALIKE. Wc are sir,
faithfully yours, Symes & Co., Members of
tlie Pharm. Society of Great Britain, Ilis
Kxcellancy thc Viceroy's Chemists.
CAUTION.—Viee-Cnancellor Sir W,
1'age Wood stated that Dr. J, Collis Browne
was, undoubtedly, the inventor uf Chlorodyne; that thc story ofthe defendant, I'Vet*.
man, was deliberately untrue, which, he
regretted to say, had !■ ,. ..worn to —Set*
"The Times," July 13, 1SS4.
Sold in bottles at is. 1 ><a\., 2s. gd., 4s.
6d., and Us. each. None is genuine without the words "Dr. J. Collis Browne's
Chlorodyne" on thc Government stamp,
Overwhelming medical testimony acconn
panics each bottle.
Caution—Beware'til Piracy and Imlto*
tins.
Sole Manufactures---J, T. Davenport, 33
f I real  Russell   Street,   l.lunmsburv   London
POODLE DOG RESTAURANT
NANAIMO,  B. C
I***.   Jii.inic'.soii,  J
1 9
«- „
( £ "2 I f I ao ao  ■
76 Mm*
ro ft, rn -f .O ,r, in ,r, ira anao   ,.
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Top.
HAWTHORNTHWAITE   &   CO.
N
FOR SALE.
EWCASTLE DISTRICT—Seven acres,
more or less, very good land, Millstream
running through, close to Comox Koiul.
A dcsiralile homestead, minerals included—
$1000.
NEWCASTLE Townsite—Lot 68, Block 3
$225 Terms.
Lot 43, block 10, $500 cash.
Lot 8, block 13, $1800 terms. Splendid
business site.
Lots 11 und 12, block 6—$1000.
Locations for residences and business sites
throughout the city.
Nine blocks in the Syndicate Addition to
l'ort Angeles. Farms in all parts of he
Province. ,j
NOTICE.
AS THE UNDKK8IGNED 18 RETIR-
ing from busineBa he begB to notily
nil persona indebted to him to aettlc
their accounts on or before the HOih .lune
proximo. Accounts remaining unpaid
alter that date will he placed in the
bunds of an attorney for collection. All
persona to whom the undersigned is indebted are requested to hand In their
claims for payment, on or hefore the
above mentioned dates.
JAS. HARVEY.
Nanniino, 19th April, '8».
RED   MOUSE.
ALEX, MAYER    •   MARCUS  WOI.*•'■•*,
Alex. Mayer ii Co.,
TettEreptrie Tnuulerf and He mi nam.--'- tu mid _mm
all ■joint'* can l>r mada tbruugli thi* Bank al
Great   Transcontinental   Route
Northern Pacific Baity
Via, the Cascade  Division now completed,
making it the Shortest, Best
and   Quickest.
The Dining Car Line. The Direct Route.
No Delays, Fastest Trains, Lowwt Rates
to Chicago and all I'oiQts East. Tickets
sold to all Prominent points throughout the
East and South-East.
Through Pullman Drawing-Room
Sleki'Inc. Cars,
Reservations can be secured in Advance.
To Easr-Bonnd Passenitrs.
He careful  and  do not make a mistake, but
be sure to take the
Northern Pacific  Railway.
And see that your ticket reads via THIS
LINK, St. I'aid or Minneapolis, to avoid
change-i and seiinus delays occasioned by
other routes.
Through    Emigrant    Sleeping    Cars
Run on regular express trains full length ui
the line. Berths free. Lowest Kato-,.
Quickest Time.
W. B. DENNISON,
Freight and Passenger Agent,
Nanaimo, B. C,
A. D. CHARLTON,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.
121 First   St., cor. Washington,
FortUad, Or.
J.  L.  CAWTHORNE,
OK THK
Oysters,   Cu'st's, Jell'.-., Ice  Cream,   Wane
Mange, &c,   'The orly White Labor
Restaurant in Town.    Meals
from   2*: «v.n!s up.
|[NION CREDIT ANU I'ROTKCTIVK
I I Association—Headquarters, 4,*-.1)Main
*l street, Winnipeg, Mun. For colleo
lion of old nnd worthless accounts an y
where In the world, and no charge if not
collected, O, E. Collins, Manager and
Treasurer, S. I'kiiiiv Mills, Solicitor,
Victoria, B.C.
MMM   C.DOOOOO
!   '   a., s
<a<f,
NOTICE.
All my debtors are herewith warned
that unless they pity what amount of
money they owe tne within the limo
Specified in yesterday's paper, they wii
eb" sued  the next Countv Court.
JAMES IIAHVKV.
HENRY   J     CRESSWELL,
ARCHITECT,
AND REAL ESTATE AGENT,
0 UA8TION SQUARE, VICIORIA, B, O,
G. H. BLAKEWAY & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealeis in GENERAL,
Mi'.i;i'ii.AMi|a,i'' 1 J n
OraJcrs   promptly   and   caielitlly delivered' I ls.3"SQUWIlC DlCWCiy
SHIPPING SUPPLIED AND SHIPS HI
BURSF.D.
Commercial  Street,
Nanaimo, B.C.
NOTICE,
Harewood Luke, May 27th, 188(1.
Strayed on to my premises one iron
grey cow with u young calf. The owner
is requested to come and pav charges and
take awav the cow.
tf LOWN STARK.
Wm. Blackmore,
Architeofc,   ICtc.
OFFICE -422 CORDOVA STREET,
P. O. HOX ..'. VANCOUVER, H. B.
has engaged a man ront San Francisco
and is now with his uew outfit ready to
to serve the public with the very Lest
Beer Ale and Porter.
c. c. Mckenzie,
Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage,
— WILL DELIVKR HIS I.KCTl'RK-
BIG BLUNDERS!!
 AT VANCOUVER ON	
Tuesday, Aug. 20th, 1889.
Tickets—Reserved teats *L00, Seats on
the stngo t)l.2b, in the body of the bull
$1,00, gallery 7"> cts. Reserved scuts can
pe secured at Crickmay aii Co.. Vancouver, iiui* 17  td
OM KATIIHilAYS ANll SI'NIK.WS.
Return ticket, will l.« Issuet] b.tw.en oli poittts
fur n single faro aliaaal for ra-ttirn Monday.
Return ticket, for one and a half ordinary frtra: may
Iio putcbasod dally lo ;all point., ^mul for three days
Including the day of Issue,
No retain, tickets issued  0>r a single fura- when
suali fare is 35 cents.
Through rates Iwiween Victoria antl Comos.
R. DUNSMUIR, Presidenl:
'Itis. HUN nil;, Central Superintendent!
K. K.  PRIOR, General freight and Pimenget
The Mutual Life Insurance:
00.
Ol-t   N |t]\V 'S. Ol Mv. IMPORTING AND DISPENSING
'1'iir iiiraisi < „„,|>i,ii) in Hu- World,'        CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS.
£R$ffi Nanaimo Pharmacy   .. K.. A N.. ..oi.sk.,
General Solicitor. Joseph Rsro. COMMERCIAL  STREET. | prout    &   insley,   Proprietors.
Heiul   Olliee   for    Itritinh    Colrjmhltl  Physician Prescriptions carefully compounded 	
HaiOTKBUAN<tOo.,Nn. 8, Bastion Slreet i      Country orders proniptlv allendcd lo.        s,ricily Flm-Clw.   Accommodation tor is. Gun*.,
Victoriu, B.O. I                  I .        .
t onvsntenl to Railway Station and Ste....*
ship  Hock.
John : Pulwitt
Successor lo Emil Perdinger.
Practical   Horseshoer
AND
GENERAL BLACKSMITH
Peck's liliicksmith  Shop,
0AVAN STRKET, - NANAIMO, B. 0.
I am prepared to do all kinds ot General lllacksmithing at short notice and
reasonable rates. S-x-cial attention paid
to tenderfooted, over-reaching and inter-
Icnring horBes.
Land Agent, Conveyancer, Accountant SHOEING—Give nil- a call and convince vottrselves. All work guaranteed
rind Insurance Agent. to givesatislaction.
.1.   PULWITT, -        -   Proprietor
; N.
-r. I,. Smith's Building, ll.sttnn Street, ,
Town l.olsand harms fat. Sale.    Money to l.o.nri
Mortgsg. nl loaa nttce.
. As,«-iil   forthe   City r,l   London   lire    Insurance
a lompanyi
I ino
TORONTO
September 9th To 21 inst.
JOHN BOYD,   OLD FLAG INN
— Wholesale  and   Retail —
WINE AND TEA MERCHANT,
Yates    Street   Victoria     B.   C.
COR. BASTION ANU SKINNER
STREETS,
N A X A 1 M a
.1.   li.   .lUl-iKlAS,
I'roprlctor.
*X*Xa*z> Steainer
The time is drawing close at hand lor
(■miner op*;hastings a GRANVILU:; intending exhibitors to prepare whatever
STREETS. Vancouver.  B. C.       | thev may have for exhibition : they are
             . i therefore requested to forward the same
 i „ i without, delay, addressed " B C. Exhibit,
T"EtJBl : Citv Hall, Vancouver."
D. OPPENHEIMER. Mayor
retary,        President.
lihiti.m   Association   oi
B.C.
NFW FRUIT STORFU MR  ™ fW*"
n£l!I    rAUll    OIUAIj!  I ; Opposite Italian Hotel, Haliburton Street j t\ 0. Box fi00.
R. DUNSMUIR — ;RHR0^*^p|foIe"TraYelii!Mlc
i Constuiitlv on hand a lull assortment oli "
NOTICE
,.    ,,,              ,             .      .       ..       , gl.L OVERDUE ACCOUNTS DUE TO
For table use and preserving; Irom 8 rents \   the uiidewlgned ate requested lobe
per pound nt II   paid, otherwise they will be handed
a      n     Tnrr*ATCimA--iT    p     rin lo" solicitor for collection.
A. R. JOHNSTON & CO.' j. h-pleace.
T. A  \duin and  R. Schilling have
Leaves Vancouver lor Nanaimo on Mon-1 opened a
davs, Thursdays and Fridays at S :16 ' I n, lr „   „. ,,
p.m., on tho arrival ol the Eastni-n , "IVipTir   pPTTT-T1 STOT?P ' ^"01Ce ■«*eal;   "   vevetables
I Meal  delivered  to all parts of the citv
Leaves New Westminster tor Nanaimo n ; „ 1  o,„ , ,. r      ,  ,
on Commercial Street! ti-eeofchatge. u
Mondays and Wednesdays at V a.m.
j¥lot.-OLX*i-iijns,,
Leaves Nanaimo lor Vancouver Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 7 a.m.
Leaves Nnniiiiiio for New Westminster
Tuesdays and Saturdays at 7 a. m.
free of charge.
EOR isALE.
TICKETS
opposite the Co-operative Store.   They j
will keep nothing but the best slock ol i
Fruits. Ten.pcnmce Drinks, Ice Cream,!    A  u hbrei, ■ IrW|  Terri(M.  llit(,u i
Cigars, Tobacco and Smokers requisites, aged  _\ months.     Price  |S5.    Apply L    .„..,-
Give them a trial and be convinced.     Courier office. |y2S-tL     "   SHA\\, A-jent,   -
 la.  SLt.   MINTS  ON   THR	
CANADIAN  PACIFIC  RAIL'\
tntvy *m    had  fro ni
-    Nanaimo Go  to   Hiltoort,  xlxo   "E; -co..*.-* ix it xslx* g  It®: «-**-, ix ,   for   Reed   a. x.,.. c,   Ur*". «***. 11 ei, m  Chairs  of Every De
cription
Vtt-Ioriu llors.- ttacen.
NANAIMO   :-: COURIER,,. ;.££
- ■     — •   "      ' ;     Victoria,  Antl.  17.—The  race
Bt'*"  HAY.    AOCII'ST    IS.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
'I'll   (111     Ml US' >'l*'l IIV
Thk Cn ltiKa subscription lis* within
the city limits has In-ett titken charge 'of
by Mr. A. I'.. I'i.<m a. who will hereafter
see thut each and every subscriber gets
his paper, and gets it regularly. We
spei'inlly request thai all complaints of
subscribers be al mice sent in lo tlie business oflice. und they will be rectilled.
Tliere may possibly bo sonic mistakes
occur daring the nexl low days, owing
to new curriers being employ.'.!.
-••
mi.   ftjtn.i Coiivoiii.
Studies   will   be re-uinied nexl "abuidny
the 1!Hb of Aiiiiisl.
adver-
Iti-edtoteke   ^oio-diivmXie-Umzi      jzeg ,     ,       FiremeiVs picnic, 1
! did not con,.' offowingitarthe^Jmom \yonU -lke l(, Mk ,vhv tha    iz(,'„f „ ,,B,
mm und consequent Boggy eonilllon «>i  ,., ,, :       •   ... .', ,,,....
the truck.   Notice will be given ol tbe I
i time of meeting.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOE.
F.iurou   Coiuikk:   In   regard   to the
izes
mild
I line cigars I guv
'rim Vtiee *'lM'.I .
Tbe portrait oi the "prize crew' placX J
on hoard the Black Diamond is to .'i'i«fl*"*
iu Frnnl: Leslie's Illuslealeu   Weekly.
lillslilcvs Cnll,-ut'.
W. II. Etoutledge, o£ Victoria, (late
Commercial Master at tl*e International
College in Switzerland), bus still room for
one more pupil, in bis bouse. For parti-
culurs apply BOX 13, I'. 0. Victoria
I!. C. "   .
r, rear,!  I ri.in.
The late supintendcnl ol provincial
police, II. II. Royuraft, bus been heard
from 111 the flourishing Texas city of
Austin. The effects of his late residence
will be sold by auction In a lew ainys by
the sheriff, tor the benefit nl the credit-
ors.—Times.
A   l.rrll.lr Fall.
' 'At'uii early hour yesterday bioi'rfing B.
Robinson, engineer of the steamer Hope,
while endeavoring to get on board tliat
vessel which is lying at Johnston's wharf,
fell from the wharf onto the deck, a distance of several feet, as the tide wan low.
He received severe injuries about tho
head and body nnd Dr. Davis, who was
called to examine hint, counselled his
removal to the hospital, which was done.
The patient was much easier lasl night.
liliallensr,. Accepted.
II. l'eck, of Nanaimo, having heard
through the columns ol the Cot'itimi
lhat (leorge Irvine, ot Vancouver, is
anxious to run him u race, 7."> yards, for
stakes to be agreed upon hereafter, wishes
lo state that he is quite willing to accept
his challenge for any amount from-tilin
to $260, the race to be run 111 one month's
lime from the date, of milking the match.
II. Peck would prefer io run in Nanaimo
but does not mnke thai one ol lhe stipulations.
'■'Ill-  W rent I ill It   ill,,, I,
A great deal of interest is lieing manifested in the coining wrestling match between 1). S. McLeod und P. Schumacher
which will take place on the 22nd inst.,
probably at the Institute Hull. 1>. S.
McLeod, the local man, is not so well-
known in sporting circles us his opponent, Peter Schinnucher, who has tl worldwide reputation, but. still the balance of
the money is placed on McLeod by his
friends in town nnd as freely taken by
the believers in Schumacher's oft-tried
skill.
.lov to tbe Atfflcted.
Dr. MeLeniinn.Monni'chotthe Healers,
lor many years past n resident of Sun
Francisco, California, arrived on
the noon train. His record in
the past has been remarkable for
marvellous success with chronic, lingering and difficult cases, such ns resist the
potency nf drugs und Imllle the best
efforts of other physicians. His system
of treatment is based on new principles,
using no medicine, no surgical operation
and no pain.  Office Central Hotel.
< ltl< KI.J   11 VII IS.
-. c •-   Butter)   vero.ua   .*.. V. V.
The "C" Lattery cricket, dub arrived
by the noon train yesterday to play a
match game with Nanaimo cricket club.
The members of the N. C. ('. assembled
al the depot to meet their opponents and
provided teams to tid e them to lunch
after which, despite lhr rain, the teams
were alriven to the grounds, stumps being pitched about -;:!0 ] . m., the visitors
being sen! first to tho hat. with the following result;
" (' "   BATTERY.    I'llo-T   INSINIi:-.
Major Peters, c Dixon b Hodgson 0
Hall, b llnwlhointiiavnite 0
Capt. Benson, b Hawthornthwaite        '•'
Weber, e Dixon b Hawthornthwaite
Sergt. Proctor, h Hawthornthwaite
Grant, b Hodgson ...  	
Lieut. Ogilvie, c Dixon b Hodgson..
SlulV Sergt. Kennedy, b Hodgson
McKenzie, c und I. Hodgson	
Adair, not oul
Bxtras 	
Total. :''"
ai'. aiMi' TEAM, nn.'-T INNINiis.
Cruickehank, b Qranl 0
Sowdou. b McKenzie  n
lluwthninthwaitc, b McKenzie 'I
Hodgson, bGrnnt.  .. 1
Dixon, nol onl  "''
E, Potts, b McKenzie . 1
Thompson, b Grant t
Wilkinson, b Grant            ... -
Watson, b McKenzie......              .... 1
Miller, I, Cnpt. I'.cnson ,.. 1
A. Potts, 1, McCciuic.            20
Extras   .    ..    . 	
Total                   81
" I   "   BATTERY,   SEt'ONn   INNINOS.
Major Peters, I, llawthornlhwite...    . 2
Capt. Benson, run out  0
Hall, b Hawthornthwaite   ... 4
Weber, b Hodgson     ■.   ■ -
Sergt. Proctor, b Hawthornthwaite 0
Grant, b Hodgson            I
Lieut. Ogilvie, b Hodgson  -
Staff Sergt, Kennedy, b Hawthornt.li'e.14
Sergt. Brlmston, c and b Hodgson 0
McKenzie, not out         . 0
Adair, b Hodgson U
Extras              •'
Tolal 80
NaNAIMo  ll'AM, rlRt'OKD INNINOS.
A. Polls, e Benson b McKenzie 0
Sowdon, b McKenzie il
Hodgson, c Bensbn b .McKenzie li
Dixon, I, i Irani  2
Thompson                      .... 0
Criiickshank, I b w. b Grant  II
Hawthornthwaite 1 b w, b McKenzie l
Wilkinson              11
Millar, run out       3
E. Potts, b llt-ant ii
Watson, nol out                      3
Total.   . .......27
The play throughout was very slow-
owing to tiie Bog""", nature ol the ground,
which entirely destroyed both bowling
and butting. Everyone was surprised ut
the rapid manner In which tho "('"
Battery men succumbed to the bowling
ol the N. ('. C, and when their first
innings terminated for lite small number
of 80 runs, it wns the general opinion
that the Nnnaimo cricket club hud a good
chance of winning llu* game, hul lhese.
hopes were quickly dissipated when
several of the best batsmen of their club
were bowled oul "like shelling peas," as
one of the team phrased It.
The .second innings on both sides
were very unproductive ol exciting piny.
Stall' Sergeant Kennedy with 14, being
the only one who reached double figures!
for "C" Battery and Hixon with Iii. fori
Nanaimo. At the termination of ihe
game it wus found lhal "('" Battery had
won by two runs.
Several of the members and friends ol
both tennis sat down to un elegant repast
at the Windsor House during the evening, alter wllipll the party broke up hoping to arrange another meeting soon
under more propitious circumstances.
to the committei
was not put  up, or my name published
us a prizi ntributor?
Putt.ie Gablb,
Prop. Nanainio Cigar Manufactory.
Unti'lirii-i-s null in Oheniti.nu*.
A very pleasant evening was spent on
Friday in the hall adjoining the ( hr-
maiuus Hotel on the occasion ol a
batchelors ball at which about 40 couples
attended numbers arriving from Cowichan 'and various places on the line. SHIPPING NEWS'.
Dancing commenced at P p. tn, and was
kept  up   until   I!  u.   in,    At   12  o'clock
everyone adjourned to partake oi a splen- The Bteamer Southern c. .
did supper to which ample justice was
done. At the terminal ion of I ht- ball
the pleasure seekers departed to their
homes delighted with lhe evening's entertainment and looking forward to
another summer buppy gathering.  Music
was furnished  by  ihe  Diamond   City
Orchestra which drove down in ibe
afternoon. Numerous grouse and deer
were seen on the road to Chemainus
CHURCH   NOTICES.
Sunday, Aug. 18th.—8 a.m., early celebration of Holy Communion; II a.m.,
morning prayer   and  Bcrmon, subject,
"The  Lav  l'ricsth 1 and ils Duties;"
2 p.m., Sunday School; '■'• p.m.. baptism :
7 p.m., evonson*| and sermon, snhjci'1,
"Personal Responsibility."
I; an 1ST (III U( il.
Good Templars Hall,  Sunday,   Aug.
13th.   Preaching  11   a.m.   and   ','  p.m.
Bible School, 2:30.   Subject lor evening
service, "The MlBsing One Hundredth.
.Ins. A. Banton, paBtor.
rRESRYTEltTOK.
St, Andrew's, l-'iiz William sired, Kev.
|ames Millar. Morning service it o'clock;
evening service 7 (.'clock. Sunday .cle.nl,
2 j*. in,. Prnyi 1 meeting every Wednesday
evening at 7:.*o.
1.1F.TMOP1ST.
Rev. Joseph Hall will hold service! at
il o'clock a, nl. Sunday scheel and
Hibla', ;; 11. 111.: evening service, 7 p. Ill, 111
the evenuig there will be a service for the
reception of probationers with full inein-
bershlp ol the Church. A Ennernl sermon of the Inte Miss Duncan, nnd at the
close the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper
will be administered. By request the
sermon will be preached from Revelations, •-'•-•: l'l.
ROMAN   CATHOLIC,
St. Peter's Wallace streel. Rev. Fatkci
Sobry, Service, morning, every other Sunday
al tlie ln.ui ef (j and 11, a. in.; evening service 7 o'clock.
PERSONAL.
Mr. A. Haslem. M. I'. P., wont to Victoriu yesterday.
The C Battery Cricket club returns to
Victoria to-day.
The "C" Battery Cricket Club arrived
by the noon train.
Mr. and .Mrs. D. Morello were passengers lo Vicioria this morning.
Mr. J. Hawthornthwaite, IJ. S. Consul, returned lo this citv yesterday.
Mr. W. .1. Goopel, of Victoria, returned
to the Capital after a short visit to ibis
city,
Mr. li, M. Yarwood went to Chcmuinue
yesterday und returned by the noon
Irain.
Miss Gardner, principal ol the girls
school, wus a passenger to the Capital
yesterday.
Mr, II. V. ltudd will leave for Victoria
to-morrow, where he will slay for a lew
days previous to travelling to Kamloops
enter nn his new position.
i'ai.vci: HOTEL.
T Carter, Victoria.
I'UNTK.W, HOTEL.
.1 11 Lucky, Victoria; P Jones, Sun
Francisco; W II Collisler, Victoria; W .1
McKay, city.
ROYAL   lln'I'KI..
.1 McWhinney, Moodyvillo; JTEvanB,
Colorado; (' K Graves, French ('reek;
Jacob Licke, Wellington.
11 INOsolt HOUSE.
Col Holmes, Major Peters, Cap! Benson, Lieut Ogilvie. Lieut Proctor, Sergl
Brunston, Corporal Boner, Staff Sergeant
Kennedy, P Holier, .1 Adair, UC llull.W
Marl, A McKenzie, Victoria.
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL.
Lieut li 11 Ogilvie, Major Peters, Capl
V (' Benson, B 0 Hull, II Grant, P
Weber, Corporal Sopor, Stuff' Sergeant
Kennedy, Sergl Brunston, II Adair, .T
McKenzie, Sergt Proctor, "C" Battery,
Victoria; P ltome, Shawnigan Luke; .1 K
Domnel, W II Crosby, Portland.
pianos.   ORGANS,
P I A Nos.   ORG A N s.
P I A N O B,   O U (i A N S,
and all other kinds  ot
MH SICA I.   1 NSTl! UMENTS.
M I'SICA I.    1NSTK I'M KNTS.
M I'SICA i.    1 N'STIt DM I'NTs.
Having been appointed Sole Agent 0
Nnnaimo for the unrivalled Pianos and
organs of W. Bell A Co., also Curl
Ronisch of Dresden, we will sell thc same
on tho installment plnn or give a liberal
discount lot sh.    Come nnd give me n
call.
.1. SEHL,  Furniture Denier.
Corner Commercial .^ church sis.
CHAS.    DEXHEIMER,
PRACTICAL
Watchmaker & Jeweler,
Repairing of Musical Boxes, and all 'finds of Intricate Instalments and Mac/ii
ntry at Moderate Prices.    .Satisfaction Guaranteed.
ENGRAVING   ON    JEWELRY,    Etc.
Orders from In.'Country promptly attended to.    Nexl door to the Lion Boot a* Sho,
  Store. Commercial Street, Nannimo, li. (',
FOR    SAL E
MILLION   BRICKS.
BV THK
NOTICE
is HONOR the LientonanteGovernor
has been pleased to make the following Rules in Court:—
1. There shall he p vacation in the
Supreme Courl from the Kith dav ol
August to the lllth day of October, 1880,
both days inclusive, (hiring which vueat-
tion no pleading shall be delivered or
cause tried.
2. Nothing in these rules shall interfere wiih the delivery of pleadings, or
trial of causes triable, or proposed to he
tried, elsewhere ihan at Victoria, New
Westminster or Nanaimo.
8. Nothing in these rules shall interfere with trials in vacation when such
trials have been ordered before lhe commencement of such vacation, nor*y ith
nny trial the hearing whereof has been
begun before the commencement of such
vacation, nor with the delivery of any
judgment where such matter lius been
argued before the commencement of the
vacation, nor with the'taxation of costs
and the signing of judgments.
■I. Nothing In these rulcH shall interfere with application for judgment under
Pule 76 01 Ibe Supreme Court Rules.
1880.
5. Nothing in these rules shall Interfere !
with the pending sittings of tlie Pull
Court, nor wilb the right of appeal to Ibe
Divisional Courl from any Interlocutory
order, or the refusal ol any Interloputory
order.
ii. These  rules  mav be cited as the
"Long Vacation Rules, 18811."
By Command
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Olliee.
16th August, 1880. nui".
PIONEER   STEAM   BRICK    YARD:,
COUGHLAN a MAvSON   Propretorsri
P. O.   Box, no.
—IMI'ORTEB   01-
Stoves, Grates, Ranges, Pumps, Lead Pipes, Zinc, am!
General Hardware.
Manufacturer of Tin. Copper, Zinc and sheet-iron  Ware.   IMT-Metai Uooli;
and Repairing.    A full line of Hardware of all description constantly
in slock nl bottom prices,     A coll solicited.
Walter Wilson, - Commercial Stl
Globe
noiei,
ouse
Olivvi-oli Sii'cct, 'JSTa.%ii.ai.±xn.*=>,  *E3. O.
5.1.    DEMPSEY,    Proprietor.
PITTED l'V
IltONT ST- NANAIMO-
(lood accommodations.   Fine view 1
ihe  Bay.    only  lirst-chiss   brands i
Wines. Liquors nnd Cigars supplied,
jvt-ti      NICHOLSON &SCOTT, Propi
New Dairy & Creamery
THIS   RESTAURANT   HAS   BEEN  RECENTLY
FIRST-CLASS STYLE.
i.'UkNISIIl'li ROOMS. SINGLE OK IN   SUITE- CAN  l'.K HAD
ANV TIME.
GOOD SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION,
■T x-a: e: i**T3B*v,*;7
lay P. load 1 oal for San Krai
Wool   i>   loiulin
rived yesl
cisco.
The     hip Rnius   !•'.
coal for San I'lancisco.
Thc steamer I'mulilla arrived early
ihis morning and proceeded to load coal.
The ship Carrollton is discharging ballast preparatory to loading ■nA Ior
San Francisco.
1 i'„tie Alarm.
There wus great excitement umong thu
Indian" In the city vesterdav.   A large
number ef thorn arrived over from the
Fraser River canneries, having only jusl
heard  of the  seizure of the   Black  Hia
Wl.'.l.l,INUl'ON.
The steainer Cosla Rica suilcd  yesler.
dav   with   II  cargo ol coal fnr Sun I'ran-
The ship Wilmington Is loading
San Francisco.
ml lo
mond. lt appears ihat they obtained a The steamer Wellington is on her wav
very distorted report, having heard thai j p, this porl to loud coul for Sun Francisco,
fifteen vessels had been captured und sunk
hy the cutter Rush. Lamentation*! were
loud till tlieir fears were tpiietrd by their
friends iu Victoria who know lite rights
of the ease. Two of tlietn, Jitniny, and
Salmon Rock, went to several of the
shipping offices inquiring for news of
' their father who is on lhc Sapphire.
They atated that ii their progen lor hud
been killed by the United States cruiser
Ihey would at once .proceed to Washing'
tQn and lay a claim 'or damages againsi
'the custom house."—Colonist.
loadlni
In small tubs, suitable for Fninlltut
and Hotels.
POLICE   COURT,
•■si"'
■ Bala,.]
A Dlirlii iu, charged wilh supplying 111-'
toxicants to Indians was fined j.'.ii or in
deiauh bIs weeks imprisonment.
There were two other similar charges
against tho prisoner which were deferred.
Thomas Paisley, u boyish looking
young man, was charged with being an
accessory to the above bill us he wns
only u new comer Constable Stewart did
uot press the charge as he only wished
liim to be hound over to keep lhe pence.
A line of sin was Imposed.
Peter, an Indian, his wife Alary and  11
maiden named Lizzie, pleaded guilty to
having been drunk nnd Peter was sentenced to one month's Imprisonment and
10 pay %'i costs and alary nnd Lizzie enriched the city's coders to the extent of
♦Beach,
1 iron   Attentlonl
A meeting of the Hose Team !■■ called
lor Monday, August 10th, 1880, lo consider ihe advisability of sending a team
to Tacoma to contest at the coming
Ixjiirnanianl in thai oltv,     By order.
« C. WILLIAMS,' Captain.
Blakeway & Oo. have the moat complete sloc'k of toilet requisites on lie'
Bland. iv—I -lm
Vancouver Coal Minine.
IND    LA :\li    CO,    (LIMITED.)
IIII
i.lielcy  I 111,,'rllli >,
BAST   WKI.I.ISO'ION.
The bulk (ien.  l-'iiinbild
coal for Sun Frunciseo.
The steamer Empire and hurl, r.undn-
leer are en route for Ibis port to loud coal
for Snn Francisco.
I'KOM   COMOX.
The Bteamer Isabel, Capt.   Hendrodt,
arrived this afternoon from Comox  witll I John Weiland's KxtraPnle lager Deer on
freight,  and  the  following paBsengers: draught and ice-cold at the Central Hotel.
Mrs .Mc.Muler,Mrs Thompson,l> || Jones, |  ►.«.	
.1 McWhiinev, .1 Jollv* D \V Gordon, M ,.,.    .   ,.   \veht   DKNTIKT.
P,.I_SClute, Young, l)r Boas.T Russell,      ()|. ^^ m {n, |n N(l„1|lmo „„ the I raove fusTtlle'sait.e at. EngllRh I .
'      '      warned
1 title i'
/•irlslaturi
ijoHraoi
& COMPANY.
PROCLAMATION.
NOTICE
TS  HEREBY  olVF.N THAT CHAN
•*-   roller Browning, Commissioner foi
the C.   P.   R. bus   this, lhe Z6th "lav of
.Inly, issii, issued a proclamation warning all persona from purchasing lota from
Samuel Ureer in Lot 620, Group One.
Now, may it please Your Lordship, I
have ofi'ered for sale any Iota in Bald l.i.l
520, (or that would ho deception on tho
public, as the highest legal authority In
British Columbia pronounced tho title to
thut lot straw—not ono cent as consideration having been given. Now, if Your
Lordship will adjust your wig and recover from your deep studies of Block-
stone and the laws of estoppel, you will
he able lo see Ihnl lhe four Judges who
threw yoiii qnso out of Court last April
were fully ablo to comprehend lhe dill'er-
eneo botween 52(1 and Pre-emption Record 1008, this being the Ri'iikki kiirii
NiMiu-u of may land on English tiny.
Come down nnd see us. 1 huve .1 few*'Or-
nor 'lots (with a smattering of coal) yet
led. I mean to sell, and tlio public will
persist in buying them, imtwllnstiiudlng
Yonr Lordship's decision.     Things   '
WELL-KNOWN   NANAIMO AND  SOUTHFIELD   STKAf-l
GAS,   AND    HOUSE   (OAl.s   ARE   MINED   ONLY    HV
THIS   COMPANY,  AT   THEIR ESPLANADE AND
SOUTH FIELD COLLERIE8,  NEAR   THE
PORT    OF    NANAIMO.
OCRAN  STEAMERS  AND THE   LARGEST  DEEP-SEA  VESSEll
LOAD  AT Till',  COMPANY'S   WHARVES  AT  Al.l,
STATES  OE  Till-;  TIDE   ANI)   RECEIVE
PROMPT  DISPATCH.
This is Hilbert's "ad" and Don'1
Yon Forget It.
VANCOUVER FURNITURE  WAREHOUSE  STILL AT  THE  FRONT.i
(Ioods sold on  lhe  installment   plan.    We curry ll full line of House Fiiriiisbil]
'Ioods,   Linoleums,  Carpel:   and  Parlor lledroom Soils, made lo order iu
style, color or pattern.   Wo keep lhe largest stock of Wall Paper
of any House iii the city.   All nnr Upholstering done 011
the premises,   f'liiltlrens' Carriages. Crockerv,
tljusswnri', China Electro-plated ware
Tabic Cutlery,
 ™ T   - -T-..  ,   I    A "PI < I   ifi   1-        I      Phi VV     II K,]    * '   l'-- -'■■   " '■■  "*-  i" *^.i •■■uin-'   v"* L*"*   ' lllOYI' JUS I   I III' BttlUV   ill.   ! .'■*.. i ir*;.
A   few   days ago  11   party pi young Ani,iM°^ -neb month • and   remain three ,\||  parlies   are   hereby   wi*
Nanaiino disciples of Isaac Walton  went  ^" ""> , 1   wlSR "pVmife -A On^M %»■ UM'"'1'   Mmtv   l''"'1"1''   Centra. Angus arid  Smith  hnve noli
to Conrte.iav   river on u fishing expedi-! ^ I     ,.„,\ cl     \V, ,   ,                  ' i Hotel.                                           j.vl0-lm 52(11 till confirmed bv the I, uisl
tion.   Yesterday we received a private,AR j0"nflton *>*-■ •' Mahler.                                  r ^^^.^  all Bales will bo veld,
l.ol
LOCAL  AND GENERAL.
i'.',i,tiri,i,K Attitude.
■letter Irom one of the parly  from   which
* we"  extract   the   following:     "We   are
about to form a syndicate to start a  lish
market up here, so we can get home that
way. It is no fun to sil in the snn all] 11. was more or loss funny, says the
day only to find at night that the same Tacoma (Ilobe, the outcome of that
bait we started with lias stayed with us. capturein Behrlng's Sen. A great fuss
We dug that worm tbe first day we etime. ■ was made ubout it. War lalk was in-
and.tbe whole camp has used it over (bilged in. Canada "rar'd buck on her
since, and it wasn't a lnr»e worm either, postern j'ints" and roared In feeble imi-
Ih the meantime we have warmed over tation of the Britisli lion. The captor*
enough sardines to start a fish pond. If put one seaman on board the captured
any of tbe Nanainioites desire to find us, vessel and the master of the vessel sailed
we will say our party is camped on the , oil* with the seaman und his seal-skins
south side ol the river and the Onion j whithersoever lie wotted, and now where
Jack floats majestically over us. All our -, is that loyal American sailor? That is
friends with luncheon and beds are eor-1 the question. We Want our Bailor back
dially invited. P. S.—We might odd and we want him bad. If thai nasty old
that the luncheon will be especially wel-, linti-di skipper alon't semi him home be
come just now. aa we have beds. shan't play in our pond any more.
(I, II. Blnkoway A Co. received a large
consignment of drugs, cheihtcalfl and per-
nines yesterday, jy21-lm.
Vai
SAMUEL tiRl'Kli
.fillv '..U. It*-*-).
NOTICE
are warned  lhat Samuel
If vou want lo buy dry goods ut cost
price remember Arthur Bullock's sale
closes ill two weeks. *        « ||y persons are warned  Hull
 —■*-♦-*  ii.   ('rcerhasno right  or title to nny1
.lolin Weiland's Extra Pale Lager l.ecron , portion of
draught nnd ice-cold nttlio Centrul Hotel : I'tt't MB, '.Bill 11, ,)|1|.tU,.! wisllillt, ft K01,,,,.,,- ,mt|'lt „f Furniture will do well by examining mv stock
 __>________-_—— ! NOW \\ eslminsler DiStrlOt, und nny sides j hei..ro buying elsewhere.    Also the best equipped undertaking establishment
— "| purporting to  ho  made  by   Mm Ol any   '
gttrMiWf  KOR THK (1EN0INE  SINGER  BEWING   MACHll-ll!.   '
faTArnTn-ca ! portion ofthe said lot. will be void.
__ Donald A. Smith.
r hereby give notice that on and-titer        v™
August 12tb I in^niacinsjwison tnetit, '<•    ■    • ■ ■ • p)H()WNIN(..
on my tarni, at  iMighshmm. s Rnei  tof OoinmlSsioner,
kill panthers, a. V, HIRST.        Vancouver, July 25.1886.   yjso ml
this side of Snu   Francisco, and the only einhaliner in the city.
address and don't you forget it.
Note the
Bastion, Front and Wharf Streets, Nanaimo.
J- Hilbert,     -     -     Proprietor.!

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