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VOL.
MA..I \:Wl-),    IJ. C,   SATURDAY.   APRIL   13th,   iSSo.
No. ji.
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GREAT SALI. OF
DRY
H0O0M. DDKSMDH-i
OANADTAt. NEWS.
PEBSOflAL,,
SPOBTING   NOTES.
1   1
GOODS
TO BE CLEARED OUT REGARDLESS OF TOST.
to
Oil
S.
ii \pril
FAIL NOT TO NEGLECT AN OPPORTUNITY SUCH AS THIS.
ARTHUR BULLOCK'S Crescent Store
D. RyGoods
THE  HOil.    R0BEP.T   DUNJiMOIP
-SESITrNT  OF   THE   PXECU
TIVE OOTOOIL; AND ONE 0 F
BRITISH    COLUMBIA'S
MOST  NOTED   MEN
PASSES AWAY,
Great Sorrow Expreised at His Death
A telegram reached this cily last eye
.ing conveying the brief announcement,
I 'Di.-NsMuiR Ta Dead,"  and  In   a very
H'hort time knots ol men could every when
seen on I tie street. discussing the sin
A f^v
u
WE
ARE
We arc after you.
we are going
be made at nnv sale
Do you understand ?
to sell the- vc ry best aot
by any other house in town.
We want you to know that
rls at a lower price than can
BIr Charles Tupper und Lady Tupper
ft VV'innipi g I'm ibis province on Times-
ty, and will probably arrive ut Vancou-
-r on Sun lay next.
Stubbs; Ihe defeated candidate for Cnrd-
all, is deteniiiiii'l to push the protest
[.gainst I'oh.-i-t White.. If Will-. Is titi-
■scated tils re-election will b ■ lio'ibli'iil.
' o« log to Ills vote on Ihe J-..iiil Bill.
Andrew Main vile, of Montreal, for nt-
tompted outrage oir a ten-year-old girl,
hii. given fifteen lashes on I lie bare back
in Hit- j:iil yard Wednesday.
Windsor, N.T., is excited over I lie elopement of :i lu-oniineut trader with Ihe wife-
fa rival merchant. Both leave) young
families.
After llie routine In the House Wadnes-
lay sir Richard l.'.irlwright moved, nn
going into supply, a resolution condemning the forms on which the four million
loan, which wis secured bj the Govern-
ment in England, al a nominal rale of 8-j
per cent., but actually costing tlie country
more than double that sum. Foster re-
ilied, defending his department. It was
ir Charles Tapper who seoondetl
loan,
The main line of Ihe Wetland canal will
be open April 10th, the old raual blanch
May 1st, for the season.
Dr. Wnlkem was in town yesterday.
L. Pippey was in tlio eity y
I
• Victoria I.utii-
lo't liy yestci-
town
Mr. Ii
teniuy.
Mr. C. E. Pen body of Ih'
ber Company, Chemalnius
day's train for (.'ht-tnainus,
-Mr. I.ointis, Indian agent wns
yesterday.
Mr. II. K. Prior, geiienil passenger and
frr-i_rlit agenl of the E. 7< X. rajlwag arrival bv the midday train yd-terilay.
Mr. .1. .-.h .do. of Hie Hunk of England,
arrived by the noon train yesterday, He
w ill go lo Texada.
Mr.MnoGowan of the Tread vie! I mine,
Alaska, leaves this morning for Texada
on a tour of -inspection of the mines nf
Ihnl locality.
SHIPPING NEWS,
The steamer Amelia arrived yesterday
tho ' from Victoria with freight and the follow-
I ing passengers: Misa Chines, and W,
Flewett. Consignees—Hichsrdson <_
Horner, Sabiston * Wilcox, A. Bullock,
A. R. Johnston, tt. K. P. Society, R.
Grant & Co, D, Deeble.
Railway travelling in Cuba,"; said a
vent, ami   expressions ol   sorrow, ovci > jentlemta recently returned from there,
IS
nuisance.   II is slow in tbe extreme j
I ns inconvenient us possible.    The |
it-elass cars am not ns good as the sec- I
1 class in England. They are wretched !
|iH'uli'S,  with eoiiunon  wooden   benches'
ind im attempt »t ornamentation.   There I "'B }'<"at<
its no upholstering of miy kind.   The only
MlU'erenee between the lirst nnd sceond-
■j liish cui's Is thai  tli- seals of the former
iv made of oane and also the backs ol
he st-iits."— 'Philadelphia ii. purer.
R U on _ us ?   Are you on to us ?
plan of  doing business?   Are
5
Are you on to our perpendicular
you   on to our straightforward
honest methods? Plain figures, o_e pic-, new goods. Come antl
get acquainted with our methods, and you will join the crowd who
say "There is no place to traile like
Spencer & Perkins' New Store,"!
DELMONI ICO    RES TAURAN7
OHuroh Stx~c>e., JSTcua ainio, __3. o.
iom lliosii   wlio hud   differed   from bin
laterlally In very many ways during bit
fe, were sufllcient to show Hie jrrii-
hicli thoy hnfelgncdly felt. (lis enter
uise, niul the progressive spirit, which In
ad shown, his genial qualities ol hearl
ml mind vforo dwelt upon, and all were
f the some npin'on Unit In his death tin
iiintryliinl suffered an almost Irreparable
•iss. But Death spares none, arid ho btySfl
i.s ley hand upon nil, sooner or later, am
lis summons none may dispute. Mr
iimsiiuir his been, perhaps, the tnos|
ireniiieiit fl^.ni-e in the various Eiranehei
1 polities] nnd commercial life for a num-fi   Albion Muzeto.on remand, waseliargoel
"■rnf yearB, during which,by   his fur H >i;li assaulting Doiulnick Iluzinio wilh
ight. diiess and his excellent abilities as i,pnt-iit to tlo grevious Iwlily harm
niHinoss man he hrd accumulated a liergi
..tune and wak known far and wide as th
police court:
-e'>,ri J.
Mr
r.  Muni.., P.K).
J. p
S,M„  M.  Pin., Emi.
C. l-Oiikliii-; appeared fur the
H.    DEMPSEY,    Proprietor.
lilllonnlrcof British Culuiiibi-t. 1 If course
1111111 in his position iiuist naturally ex
■ect to have enemies, but il is said of bin
j but bis hand was ever open, and his ea
n-ver deaf to   the calls of the   needy atul
I listressed; and how many are there will
ould allest to bis quiet, iinostenlatloui
tviii,, of which the world never heard,
ud only the recipients could appreoiat 1
he largo heart-dues., the meltin
K
ll-l',!ll|lllt.
Constable Stephenson nsked for a fur-
1 ■[■ reiiiaiid, as the complainant wa_ ns
Iti unable, owing to bis injuries, to ap-
lear.
Mr. Goilldlng objected to further remind, as the prisoiur had been detained
or some time in Mol. und furtliei- there
vur. no evidence of or cerfiflcute of any
ii'.liitil limn before the Court lo show
H'.hnt tli_ complainant was not in a con-
litimi to attend the Court.
The Court remandctl  the  case  until
THIS   RESTAURANT   HAS   BEEN RECENTLY   FITTED UP   IN
FIRST-CLASS STYLE.
FURNISHED ROOMS, SI1.C11. OR IN   SUITE, CAN BE HAD AT
ANY TIME.
GOOD SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION.
OPPENHEIMER   BROS.,
PIONEER
(Wholesale Grocery House
100 and T02  Powell Street, Vancouver, B. C.
harltvl Anility next, when the  case would bi
,   , .,; f; .roci'uded with unless medical  evidence! accompanied
the generous giver.   And,  now this t „ „ certiflcato from the medical genUe-'''
nan, whoso name will be over insepara-l.-nun attending the prosecutor that he was
iv coiinecletl   with the  hlstm-v, growtbfc mable to attend was produced.
- Mr. Uouldiiig sIbo gave notice that If
the case was further adjourned on Monthly next lie would apply for bail for the
lefenelnnt. .
Sullivan is reported 1" have at last sol*-
ei ed up,
London, Ont, intends d_jKpfoins a
erickl 1 club, tin- slrongesl snd wealthiest
il over hail. }
The annual I'idled stales vs. Canada
cricket match will probably b.   played in
Philadelphia in September.
The Ingersoll Amateor  Athletic Asso-
, cuiioti is itoeiiiiing.    It is intended to ob-
' rain tbe use of  Vie torin   Park   from the
, Council.
The coining mill in   England between
Mitchell and Jem Smith, the champion,
' is attracting a good d,_il  of attention
across toe pond,
(Hhnorc bus had more than the usual
allowance of bad luck.   He must be  getting pretty well used  lo being knocked
I out by this time.
j    Tuttersall, an English sprinter, intends
I challenging any man living to a quarter
mile race; but the challenge will be  particularly addressed to A. Wharton and L.
E. Myers.
Tommy Smith, the well-known profc*.
sional base ballist died at tbe St. Starr's
hospital. Detroit. Smith was an old Guefph
boy.   His body was taken there for burial.
Ed. Kelley, of Winnipeg, and Wm.
Fleming, of Marklmm (the holder of the
; litle), will piny for the checker ehsmpion-
, ship of Canada and t2r,(t a side, nt Mark-
s| bam, April 27..
I-il. Case has been matched to run a
I ten mile foot race with Frit- Ward of
n .,   .,    ,  ; Oneida, X. Y., for $150 aside.    Tlie race
■    "' l":"'-1 will lake place at Syracuse.
The Chicago nnd All America baneball
clubs are on their way to New Vork. They
are expected to arrive shortly, and a Dig
reception will be.accorded them.
Graham, of Fergus, defeated Anderson,
of Colllngwopd, a few days ago at Colling-
wood In a five mile skating race for $200 s.
side, he winning handily by one lap.
The Governor-General's Cup for single-
hand curling competition has been won
by N. Morrison, who in the last competition defeated W. Campbell by twelve
shots to eleven.
The Orillia lacrossists had their first
heat last week. It is intended to have a
club there this year, and a strong push
will be niaele to secure the intermediate
championship.
Tlie steamer Isabel, Capt, llevely, ar-: tin Frielay last the IJIuenose Curling
rived f 11 en Vancouver lust night withsev- Club, of New Glasgow, N. S., played a
era I passengers. Tho Captain reported a friendly match with the Caledonia Club,
rough passage. | in the Pietou Rink, resulting in a victory
  I lor the Blueuose.
*****        "" I    The Ottawa Bicycle Club t. ill hold a
1 race- meeting on the 24th of May.   It was
I decided to have fifteen  events on the
programme, twelve bicycle and three loot
ranoa,
»4 _     ■■   ■
The slc.tincr  Southern   California IVI
lue here yesterday,   She is behind linn
Wl:U,IS.!TO\-
The steamer Wilmingto
ay, and   sailed
CISCO.
The steamer f
Mateo
San Fran-
due   In-dav.
from oojrox.
The steamer K'lbert Duiiemulr arrived
yesterday wilh  freight and the following
1 passengers:   Mrs. J. Knox, Miss Davis,
J, Knox. .1. Wheaton, W. Campbell, Ilev.
I J. I fall, .1. Jolly, E. Sinijisoii, A. Beau*
chump, W. ITtiilidav. s. Baker, W.'Bev-
! erldge, W. Angus,' C. Phillips, W. Me-
' Donough.   ConsU-nces:    A. K. Johns-
' ton, W. Deeble, E. Cnnk. W.  Wenhorn,
, Osleiiiout A  Kennedy,  W. McCnbe, W.
'■ Parkin,  D. Adams.  S.  l'elers, II. Saunders, B, Q, Prior, II. II. Coy.
nit   VA-Cni'VKIl.
Isabel. Capt.  lievely,
Don't. Hug in ft Boat-
Two
FOR    S A
Million
L E
Bricks
1!Y   THE
STEAM   ll!IIC!(    VARD
ind material prosperity of thi J Provinne, is
to more. Tlio Angel of Death called him,
md ho passed to the realms of the great
Unknown. Let us then, at Ihis time,
nourn with Uioso who are called upon to
nourn the loss of a father, husband, a
Mend, a high-minded, pure and honora
ilc gentleman, and a man who was a fast
ind ever faithful friend of the country ol
lis adoption. We append the following
hort sketch of the late gentleman's life;
Mr. 1 hinsmnir wns horn in Kilniar-
lock, Scotland, in 1H24 and came to this
irovince in 181.1. Ho was in the employ
J the Hudson's Bay Co. and Heing a
iractlcal miner lie prospe-cted for coal for
bat company. Ho wns for somo little
ime at Fort Rupert, but as eoal was said
ribe found ni Nunnimo he came here anil
'I'guit mining operations opposite Ilirs'
Iro's store On Ctirumpriiiil street, when
im Nanaimo Hotel now stands, Afte
iqu .intending the opening up of severs
:her mines in the vicinity of ibis city,
ie located, the celebrated Welllngto'i
■tin 'S i'i ulii'ii ns every one 011 the Paci-
Ic Const knows he wns extremely succt ss
'ul, the nil lies proved valuable, and wpr
iciiiily through his endeavors brooglif ti
li-li stun-nl elliciency, and the opera
ion of these properties throughout tint
■ -en distinguished by thai practical skill
nd knowledge so necessary to nflVtirs ol
his kind.
.   In lss2 Mr. Dunsmuir was elected 0
■theI_jglBlativo Assembly for thotllHtii 1
'.j: Nan-liiuei, nnd   tuts  re-i-leiilcd  in IH
."-•b"n ho «ns made I're-i '. i 1 of   he I
'1 live (-.null il,   whieji   olliue   he   iuii
mil his death.
OUERENT TOPICS-
A young man unmed Pcikins, of Tu-
eomii, suys the Seattle, W, T., Times,
' by a young lady from
the same town, e'nmn over to Seattle yestertlay to see the sights of the city. They
rode out on the cable line to Lake Washington. The beauty of the city and the
lake induced them to try a sail. A boa;
was hired and they were soon sailing
along over the waters at a pleasing rate.
After a time the mere deliirhts of boating palled upon them nnd White began
exercising his nautical skill by hugging
bis girl instead of the shore. His arm
tacked around her waist and he commenced to steer by the magnetic attraction of
her eves.   Boats passed them, aud many
Hamilton Times: As wo expected, the
result of the Enfield election lor the Imperial Parliament was the return of the
Tory candidate by a majority of til)- less Ii's'nij'i. wns"hndaftheir^expenscibuttiiey
than in 1886.   As the constituency is n cared not.
Tory preserve, the Literals could only 1    Finally thev sailed awav from tho mad-
light to brini! down the majority, and that j dening 'crowd, when old Boreus coneiu-
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Tm those whom it may concern.—Mr.
Bullock*, store will be closed this day in
order to enable him to mark down his (foods
to cost prices. On Saturday, April 151b, he
will reopen, when the public will have a
chance to pot dry good, and millinery at
their own prices. *
We advi-.e .til our friends who tvaut hcw
hats, shirts, underclothing or neckwear to
avail themselves of the cost price sale of dry
goods al Arthur Bullock's.
:.
COUGH LAN   c.:
Post Office Box no.
MASON    IV'i'. 1 r--.-i-c.KH.   VICTORIA,    Bi    C.
A. R. JOfilWOI k Co.
te k Uwm I
ihey have done in a way to show, as in
lie Kenniiigtoii contest, where they won
1 brilliant victoly, that in a general election thc Tories will scarcely  bo able to
hold any aeat in the district of London
where their present majority does not run
into four figures.
Montreal   Herald:   Senator  Head has
fl ulioiluced a bill in the Senate   milking it
Hi criminal offence for any person to carry
pistolor an air gun without  reasonable
HUSe to fear an assault or other iuji'ry to
ns person, family or property, or without
nving n ticke-t of  exemption signed by a
itipeudlnry magistrate or two justices of
be peace,   Infraction of the statute Is to
in punished   by line or  Imprisonment.
I'hat some taw of this nature is necessa y,
1 ill be generally admitted, but it does not
:u fur enough,   Some legal  restrictions
thould bo placed on the sale of such wenp-
111s ns revolvers,  as we suggested  in the I
Herald the other day.
Montreal Witness: We havo nothing!
• 1 suv in defence of the appointment of |
mrtisan Journalists to the  highest posi-
1.ins in the gift eif the   successful   party.
rin' system is corrupt aud demoralising,
nuking SsrVlllty to party tho great  slep-
,' stone to prpniiuenco and filling ptib-
poBltions   with those who have 110
ded to take a hand in the matter. He
sent u sharp gust of wind along. The boat
wns not well trimmed and over it went.
A moment later the young niun had rescued his lady friend from the iv.iler and
seated her upon the bolloni of III' boat.
Ho climbed upon it himself antl
scanned the horizon for a Sail, but none
wns to be seen, nnd for an hour they sat
wltli their feet hanging over into tlie
water waiting to be rescued. The man,
with all the inconsistency of his sex, had
lost all desire to hug the girl and would
have given a twenty if ho could have
hugged the -bore. Another sailing party
came along, noticed their plight nnd went
to the rescue Tlie boat was righted and
Mr. Perkins and his companion sailed
back to safely and the boat louse.
News  the  lies!   5 cent
Onlv o cents at Geo.
.-i
BASTION STREET & GORDON'S WHARF,
nr _a_ kt __v x rut o.
A.  FULL   l-INI-   OP
Finest   Groceries   ancl   Fresh   Provisions
KEPT   IN   STOCK,
Ships    Disbursed   ancl   Supplies   furnished
:-| Tin- death of the Hon. Robort Duns
inir will prove a a.oi loss to the provJUW'
|His ort.erp.__ng mind nnd nui-ier ham
.vill bo missed in nianv enterprises wide!
vet .■ for the advancement and iipbuiltllii
if tho province, and we sincerely mouri
but lie shiitild have hi'en eitllcil away si
i   ninpiirativiiy eniiy age.
Our sketch of his life is necessorlh
ihortand imperfect, but wemaysn} thul
vo as heartily and sincerely Join in tin
torrow expressed for his death us thosi
vho have called liim friend for long, louy
vears.   And now that an evciill'tii life it .
loscd and a life's labor dime,  we canB   ,,»,.,. .     , ,.
truly say, B-QUiahOAt in Nob. Misa   M,!"10  ,Vvo°   '"'   the  rookm
-liinol)—"Do you mean to say, chief, that
 ***  wo musl put our  bare   hands   into   the
Eltiperor William, doubtful no to what tiough?" l'rof. Tariopomes—"Sairtalnly
English feeling may be towards hiiu on! M'm'_elle." Miss Mario Ilevoe— '-Perils visit to London In July, bus inspired '"ips that is why I failed with my bread
.lie semiofficial declaration ihnl die Km-Unst time.   My gloves seemed rather in
I.lhe way."
A teacher in a- western town who asked
'one oi her pupils to procure a grammar
■training for thom.   SI ill worse, however,
lis tba senate's reason for rejecting one of
I in se partisans nominated by   the  preei-
I lent, namely that he had  ventured to
i■itieise the Senate. The decision amounts
i a decree: Know all men by these pres-
nis that  win soever   dares   to express
pinions derogatory to tbe dignity of the
■■into need never expect to   obtain  any
losition controlled by that house.
Some railroad man has given to the
world what he knows on Ibis subject ill
the following: A sleeper is the one who
sieeps. A sleeper i.s tint! In Which the
sleeper sleeps. A sleeper is that Oil which
thealeeper runs while the sleeper sleeps.
Therefore, while the sleeper sleeps ill tho
sleeper the sleeper carries the sleeper over
the sleeper under the sleeper until the
sleeper which carries the sleeper jumps I
Ihe sleeper and wakes tbe sleeper in the;
sleeper by striking the sleeper under the!
sleeper, on the sleep"r, and there is no'
longer nny sleeper sleeping In the sleeper
on the sleeper."
Smoke The
Cigar in town.
Cavalsky's. *
'•PRI Tor" cigars; four for a Qtf.lf.Ea at
the Little Wonder Cigar Store.
* J. II. Hilbert.
Before purchasing any groceries, dry
goods, jewelry- or any other merchandise,
consult the advertisements in the Cockueb.
The Vancouver Con! Mining and Land Co.,
limited, hereby give notice that any pers-n
found cutting or removing timber from their
land, without obtaining permission at the
Company's Office will lie prosecuted.— S,
M. Robins) -.merintendent. *
Stylish prints, embroidered dresses,
handsome new French dregs goods, water
ed plushes just received at Arthur Bullocks. *
The first of the season Riversideoranges,
nn vel oranges and new cabbages can be
I obtained al (leorge Onv.dsky's. *
3trange_s ami others visiting Departure
e_iy or Last Wcllinging are strictly pro
hibiicil from riding on the cars on the East
Wellington Rallw_y.-_.EAST WEI.LINI..
TON COAL CO. *
LITTLE   WONDER    CIGAR   STORE
_Nn
THE WON BOOr AND HI..E IIOIR-.
People always want lo purchase the
best goods al the lowest prices. And so
they should. And if the general public will
drop In al the above place, they will see
the finest assortment of Toliace-os Cigars,
Cigarettes, Pipes in Meerschaum, Briar,
etc., and the HKST HAVANA CIGARS
The evidence pr0. i nlwuys in-lock In BOOTS and SHOES
■   -  evorvbodv can be suited.
* Joun Hv. HttBxnT,
the English isSi'l
Ociniaiiy, hefcl
pcror's supposed dislike to the English is|
t mistake, niul  Ihnl,  after
loves England most.
.1
m   "You poor little bov!   On the street
in rags such  a day as this!   Have youl
no home?"    "Ves'm, 1 live in that hoW
,'nntheother side of the street."    "Von|
have no mother, have you, little child
;''Ves'iii, she and  forty oilier women are
FAMILIES AND   SHIPPING  SUPPLIED.   GOODS   DELIVERED  TO ALL
PARTS   O.    CITY   AMD   VICINITY,     r-.?
lAGENT   .FOR   P.CIF       'OAST    STEAMSHIP   COMPANY;
AGENT FOR 'i IJE EASI CO,\_TSTEAMSHIP C01MP.\N_.
i» I
_i__t-r-t.ii.iti    ' '**■" a*ttttwtwtmm
eceived the following note from thegirl'a
mother:    "I do not  desire  thnt   Mattie
'shnll ingnge in grammar as I  prefer her
toingage in more  youseful   studies nntl
can h'urn ber to speak and write proper
myself.   I have gone through two  grnra-
in iberenow making 'cmbroidereii'n.ghV|!in''r,'l?d ««"'' eay.iB they  did  me  no
Zulus" '<-"•■ »""T?good—I prefer Mattie toingage in German
Fund drawing and  vokal   music  on the
A ma i a of siieiile is prevalent in Pitts-Bpiano."—Er.
-_i^i_-!'_.!'-Ppftw.ek "hie attempts atM  The fiOJ musicians who arrived at New
sell-des ruction have been made. I York the other day. fron.   Europe have
I   is  lated that the Sultan  has discov-f been allow, d to leave Castle Garden, as
er el a plot, to deposo him and place hisLthere was net sufficient evidence to war-
li.other's he:r upon the throne. Irnot sending them liack.
A case of unhappy marital relations.be-
tween two Ittilinn families, residing at
Wellington, occupied the attention of the
Court for some time.
diiceil was not of the most flattering liiinl
io any of the parties concerned and it is
not reproduced.   The case was adjourned. , , ,
E. C. Daniels, who in 18.0 robbed a
Boston bank, of which lie was the trusted •*   *_•_!*•
cashier, of Mfl.000, died a vagrant in St. | Tlie modes of death's approach are v«r-
Luke'shospital, New Vork, u few days „>15, and statistic- show conclusively that
ago. more persons die from diseases of the Throat
Father Matthew warned a man against < nnd Lungs than any other. It is probable
the use of ineonclusive arguments—argu-1 that everyone, without exception receives
monts which, to use a strictly temperance, vast numbers of Tulicrcle Germs into the
' metaphor, veill not hold water. He said system and where these germs fall upon suit-
he was once addressing an audience of able se>1i Ihey start into life and develop, at
Irish e-ar-drivers, and told them they, lirst slowly and is shown by a slight tickling
miEht learn a lesson from the brute cro»- j ncnsation in the throat and if allowed to con-
lion, tinue their ravages they extend to the lungs
"If," said he, "I were to set before.one producing Consumption antl to the head,
of your horses a bucket of water and a causing Catarrh. Now all is dangerous, and
Imeket of whiskey, you know which the j if allowed to proceed will in time caus.
wise be;ist would take." death.     At  thc onset  you must act  with
Whoreuwon oue of those qniek-w itted promptness; allowing a cold to go without
carmen replied— | attention is dangerous and  may lose   ,. .r
■'We'll, father, if I were to place a truss life. As soon as you feel that s..m_.r.ir.g is
of hay tail a sirloin of beef, you know wrong with your Throat, Lungs o» Ncsir Is
which thc wise beast would choose. But obtain a'boitlc of floschee's Gcrninn Syrup,
does it follow that the hay is best for me? Il will give yon Immediate relief: ^_jj.t..
—THE—
HAMMO
COURIER
AN   INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY,   APRIL   13th,   1889.
Mr. James O'Neil is authorized on be-
half of the Nanaimo OoUBIBR to
e-anvass for subscriptions, advertising, receive payments anil give receipts for the
same in thc city of Victoria.
Mb. John OutUUK is anthorizeil on lie-
half of the Nannimo CoUBIRB to
canvass for subscriptions, receive pay.
mcnte and give receipts for the same in
Wellington.
OUR    CLIMATE   A.XD
PECTS.
There are climates and climates.   Pco-
nun nt Braddock, Pa., a splendid library,
fullv equipped, costing over $1.0,000, and
in bis speech to them commended iheir
loyalty in accepting the steady scales of
wnges, which is one form of co-operative
effort.
It may be taken for granted that this
present wns not the expression > f 11 wholly
disinterested benevolence. Mr. Carnegie
doubtless utiiieislaiids Hint tlie use i,f this
library by his workmen will help his business. The Fairbanks Brothers, in Saint
Johnsbury, Vt, built and equipped a
large and benutinil free library for thai
lown, some twenty years ago, and in filling it with books had special reference to
tho cultivation and improvement of the
_ 1 lueehanie-al and   Hi-ientilic   skill   of their
PROS-' wor'!men-
j One result has been that these workmen have invented improvements in the
scales thev inanufactuee und in the niaehin-
Esouimal.  & Nanaimn
Railway.
TIME    CARD   NO.   10.
IO TAKE EFFECT AT I:ao A. M.|,ON SAT-
UKDAY, MARCH  i-ih. i8t,, TRAINS
RUN ON PACIFIC STANDARD
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SURVEYORS,  CONVEYANCERS, NOTARIES AND COLLECTORS,
G»<>"Vr£3Xt._!Sr_MC_t__t_B_r*r    STREET,
Victoria, B. (j
' Cable   Address:
1H.OPGETT,
I  r.O   -   '.    1 _ tn ,_ «■ 4- -r -t '  .       -1
I ery for making tbem,   The library  has
pie who live iu Ibe cold countries of the , (hu8        ^ fl ^ ;uv(,-tmpnt a8 an aux
1'iist or.lv lielieve what our rlimatc can ....            .   .              ...         ,    ,     ».
"    ,     -        ,                   : ..  .,    „   t dharv to their   manufacturing   plant.   It
afford, when thev once visit the I .u-.ih_   . ' .
.         .    ,„.    ,       ,.,,...     „ elerogates  nothing  from Mr.   Carnegie's
Province, the "Garelon of the Dominion." "            .
_.         ,'       ,             ,   .                    ,, benevolence to think that he   intended to
Those of ns who were fortunate enough tn ,,.-,.
secure  some such   a return for   Ins gift.
I Tbe library at St. Johnsbury has been a
sort of an academy of science in which the
workmen have had opportunities for intellectual   improvement,  and  tbe shops
their
employers
." Departure Bay Express
: g !     Leaves Nanaimo Daily
: i   at eleven  o'clock .1. in-,
1 ,; _ _ I 3" o o ro-fl _> cm . ei n _> -1-10 2.
• 2 i . i °. o io ti fi -• frf «"7 q q -O f
freezing cold of the eastern  provinces,
nnd who have not forgotten the rigorous I
li-ett and the freezing blasts that swept |
down from the Arctic regions, and which, •
t_l_r all, were bracing and caused the blood  \™ f"'cn an *W*^ «•  «PP>y *■
1.0 _,„_,.   _i .!,_-_  .i,-. I knowledge to the profit of their employe
as well as themselves.
ta tingle in  thc checks  of those  who
braved the b.ting blasts of their eastern j
homes, can remember the comforts and i
discomforts of their native climate. Then
there are those who have lived  amidst I
the snow-clad peaks of the Rockies of the i
neighboring republic;  those  wlio were
accustomed to see the thermometer drop !
down to 50 or CO degrees below zero, and
with their spinal  marrows fairly frozen,
would long for a e-limate less rigorous and
where the froBts of an implacable winter
■would not penetrate.    Such is our climate.   Who that has come from the chill-'
ing East doeB not appreciate the change-'
from the cold blasts of the Atlantic to tlie
balmy sephyrs of the Pacific?   Eastern |
tourists who, from time to time, visit this
province over our grand transcontinental
route; those who came from the. eastern ^^^^^^^^
lta^^^^l^dTa | Saturday Night Auction Sale
of tlie equable temperature of our climate,
tbe magnificent scenery of our country
Russell McDonald & Co.,
GENERAL   DEALERS
AND
Auctioneers
COMMERCIAL   ST,
NANAIMO.
Sell in  the   regular way at Rock-Bottom
Prices and at the
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ON «ATI'K_>AY_ ANn M'-IDA vn.
Return ticket-  -ill It•_•.«_ belween al P-Ini1
for _ single fnrc _ood for return Monday.
Return tic. els for one anil a half ordinary fare ma'
TO   THE   HIGHEST BIDDERS.
POSITIVELY   WITHOUT RESERVE.
id. H. HUBERT
KEEPS TIIE, I.AROEST AND REST
STOCK OF
! HOOTS   AND SHOES IN THE.CITY.
n»d its grand resources. It cannot be
Omitted by the most skeptical that as far
as our future prospects are concerned that
they are rich with promise, A climate
unrivalled; one which, taken all in all,
no other country can boast of; no extremes of hot or cold; a pure, healthful
atmosphere; great natural advantages;
rich mineral, fishing, agricultural aud i
.timber resources; who can donbt, who _____
dare doubt ef the treat and gloriouB future ...   ,.      . .'.'   ,    ,
nwaiting this province, which up to a fe« i r"ve mm a ca" ani1 S"e' f""5'
years ago was comparatively unknown te ! LION HOUSE,   -   COMMERCIAL ST
. tho great number of people, and which,     ™»"5-«
if I'l-y indlreotly beard of it pictured it as j ■	
barren,  inhospitable,   and only us   the I
home of the untutored savage.   But time'
changes, the star of empire pursues its |
way steadily, and to-day we find, that far I
from being unknown  we are attracting
attention from the world. And why should I
we not? Ia it undeserved? Have we not
advantages to offer  the   isainigrant,   the
artisan, the laborer, that noothercountn
en this continent can offer? Are not our
reaources greater, is not  »ur   province
more magnificent, grunder in all things
which tend to the material prosperity of
any of the ether provinces of this broad
Doiuiaion.   We believe so, anil we know
that tbe citizens ef oar common country
are such es develop and make countries
rich and prosperous.   They   have faith
and courage, indauiitable energy, perseverance under all difficulties, which is
often unknown in older countries.   Who
that has studied in however an imperfect
manner, the conditions and  natural   r_-
aources of the province can doubt its  future. Its steady progress amid niuuy difficulties is sufficient to convince the most
skeptical.   Tbe growth ef tbe Province at
Urge mens the advancement of our cities,
far they must share in the general
advancement, settiag in on all sides
But as we have often pointed out before
we want to be in u position to take advantage   of   the   opportunities,   presenting _^^^_^^^^^_^_^___^_
themselves in order to forge ahead and j Orders   promptly   anil   carefully delivered
be puichased daily 19 all points, good for three day
int lutlinr the day of issue.
No return tickets issued for a sinifte fare whet
RKSIDFNT  PHYSICIAN  AT CLINTON.
APPLICATIONS   for   the pi
**   Physician at C'linton will lie received  al the
Provincial Secretary's Office up to Saturday, the 2otn
day of April next.
Iloverninent stipend at the rate of $750 per annum.
A CAMPBELL REpDIR,
Deputy Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's O-iee,
23rd March, ,885. nib 37 Ap ao.
DON'T READ THIS '
For 1 First-Glass Hair Cut, Snave or
Shampoo, go tnjthe
Naaaime Mmi and Bath Reins,
COMMERCIAL ST., NANAIMO, R. C,
JOHN LEWIS, Proprietor.
.IIVATE ENTRANCE FOK   LAOIIS.
RED   HOUSE.
such fare i. 95 cents.
Through mttl between Victoria and Comoi
R. DUNSMUIR, Pml-ieftt-
JOS. HUNTER, Onera. Sup*rintendeni:
H. K. PRIOR. General Freight and Pat-tcngt-r
Agent.
FIRST BAN K
—tsTAai-isitsn in—
Oity 0 Nanaimo
()F
I ALEX. MAYER
MARCUS WOLFE.
^"lAlex. Mayer ft Co.,
'H Of US. [ •'
Wholesale and Retail Deal.. 8 in G EN BR At.
Merchandise
(INC6RF-RATKD BV ROYAL CHA.H1 __, !__:.)
-A PIT A I. MfAI»4l.«HMi
(riTH  POWM TO 1KCBHASI.)
Lovlov   Orpict—?8 Cornhill, ondon.     Braachtt
at S;iq Franciscc, Portland, Oi . Victoria, New
Weatminfitcr  Vancouver, Nanaimo and
Kamloopi.
AK^ntu anal   .'ArrmponflriilBt
I:i Cakawa—The Bank of Montreal nnd brancht*.
Unitkb Stairs— Asents Hank >rf Montreal, so Wall
Street, New York; -Bank of Montreal, Chtcata.
Umthd Kin.;dom—Bank of HritUh Columbia, a-
Comhill, Lontlun; National Provincial Bank ef
England; North and Soilth VVafwi Bank;
British   Linen   Co.ni>i.ny'_   Bank;
Bank of Ireland.
ndia, Chin;'. Jaiian, An-tr;i!i.i. N't*   Zealand II »-i,
Kong   and   Shanghai    Bank    Corporation—
Chartered  Bank of Tndia, Australia and
China. Engliiih, Scottish and *mtr_-
lian  Chartered  Bar.k,  Bank  of
Australasia,    Comn.t-rcia)
Bank Co., of Sydney.
Mnxtco and Sot'Tit Amrhica—London   Bank   ••"
Mcxicuand South America.
xccpting Sunday,
(1 3 oVIock p.m.,
turning  st 9  o'clock a.m.,   and. I uVloek
p. 81.
JAS. HARPER, Proprietor
Canadian Pacific Mm\m\  Gi.
[UIIITKDJ
TIME   TABLE   Wo.   xo.
TAKINGWFPHCT FEBRUARY tot, tM9.
BURRARD INLET ROUTR.
VICTORIA  TO Vancouver and Moodyvlllt dally
event Vondav, nt 4 o'clock.
v*_Nro."VF.T. TO Victoria, dnlly. wtot Monday,
pt  t .;n o'clock  or on the arrival of the C, P,
Railway Train.
PUCF.T POUND ROUTE.
<! S. PPKMfWR will leave ft follow. j-Vjincoiiver
a p.m..   Mondavi   and   Thur«Hav<,   returning
leave.  S.ntr'e  Wednesdays nnd  Saturday, at <
a m,, -"ivlnp >n Vnnronver ~~tho.lt 6 p.m., this to
tike eflVct Thttrnday, Fobruary oth,
NFWWFSTMINSTKR ROUTE.
? •flVM VTOTT*KI \ for K«W W-tminster. T.ndner'l
I andtnt* ind T ulll T .land.  c»nda . 9 and Thun*
■I vs at - •Vloeli. Tnaadav. nt ° o'clock,
"■.-tv* VFW  WFSTMIV^TFR  for  Victoria   and
wav port- on Monday at » n.m., Wednesday and
Friday nt • n ™*.
"•M-'VPFt. P^t;t:. Stindavm 7o'clock.
FR\_FP   plVFR ROUTR.
''ifif-i'iers  fnr Wc".   and   way port. I-iv.  New West*
min.'^r \*vttTVTh-tnil.vj   For "ThMltM-hnck and
wa1' 'a* dJnfa rvery Tue.dav and Saturday at
P4PCT W SOUVF) ROUTE,
'■'teamer M AUDF Itaven Victoria for Alhtrni mmi
enurd norfrtor-ce a tnonth.
VOPTHRPV    POITTF.
5'e»n..hln Sar-'onvx willleasw for Fort Rhnfunn aad
Intenre .1 .te non_ on the Tit*t and  Flftyenth of
enrh  month.    Whenever  cuffletant   lndii<*p*rnt
offer* will call .t noint« on the Welt Coast and
Oueen Chnrlotte Islands.
Th» rnrananv reserve* "be ritht of changing this
iltiw TnM'- ni anv Mma wlihoi-t _ .Hftn\tton*
0, A. CARLETON. JOHN IRVING.
Gen. A_>.nt, Mankgar.
OCCIDENTAL    HOTEL,
This elegant a._d eommodiiuts
NEW BRICK HOTEL,
Opposite  tlie  Ksquimalt   and Nanaimo
Railway  Station, having been
leaseil by the umleraigneel, will,
after a thorough over-hauling anil fitting up, be
CONDUCTED IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE
Whitfield    Bros.,
IMPORTERS  AND   DEAI.FRE  IN   ROOT.
AND .SHOES.
nr oil anil SIiflM ri-piV If onVr, r.pp'rtnp A r-n.rl.lr,
l-lcirn- rr„r,,.    »■,..,    r I
Cosmopolitan Market,
CoBBirelal ww Kwiiiio, R. c.
sa.   c-j-tcr-jai-fla-Tsr-tnXjXfc
—ALWAYS—
A   CHOICE   ASSORTMENT
of thrVink.t
MEATS   AND   VEGETABLES
IN Till MARKET.
?r,e D.live.ry to All Part, of tbe City.
L
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t'WMMKKI'IAI.    K'rilK
The L-rgfit and Bait Hotel In •_>   Citv.
R. WATKINH    - _>H«>I>.
NANAIMO. Tl.r.
■Rook's ITotel,
EAST   WELLINGTON.
T.   E.   PECK.   Propri-'...
►-IFST-C1.A-1 IN KVF.RV  PARTICULAR.
take our proper position amongst other
progressive eities em this coast. We wait
unanimity ol opinion, united action, faith
in our future, our cnpaliilitle■_. nml re-
■•nrces and it we hare these we will not
be left behind in the race, which in be.
. forti u». .	
EDITORIAL   NOTES.
-.us we going ta bare any celebration
on the twenty-fourth ef May? If so, it is
time we were making our preparations to
properly observe the day. Victoria is
»i»king extensive preparation, ami an ira-
mess- crowd of strangers is expected ta
visit tbe Capital city at that time. If we
de not have sport* of some kind, no doubt
a large number of our citizens will go else-
- where. We bavo ample facilities for out
doer sports of all kinds; we have some ef
tbe beat all round athletes in British Columbia: we have excellent boating fuclli-
tie_ and we ought to take advantage ef
then. We hope the public meeting which
la to Le held, will bo in favor of having a
home celebration. Nanaimo ought to lie
able to present a pretty good programme
of sports, and one that wonld lie a credit to
our city. I*t U» get a "more on," and
■ee what can be done.
An exchange says thataf.w days ago
Aids, w Cwnegte pTe_«_te_ fo his work-
BHIPPING BUPPI.1EP AND Sllll-S HIS
HI'USED.
Commercial Street,
Nanaimo, B.  C.
W.BEEDEMEYER,DR.PE
Mining Engineer, United SUtei tad
Provincial Surveyor and As*
sayer, Vancouver, B. C.
LATE PARTNER OF J. M'VICKEfi SALT UKE CITY.
-.-liable report!., underground survey* and maps
of mines executed at tow rates. Assays made on all
binds of Minerals, Cold and Silver bars. Thirty
years experience tn mining io Asia, F.urope ami
United .States of America. SfKaks ten languages.
Assays from a distance promptly attended to*
Address, Vancouver. B. C, 953»y,
Telegraphic Transfers and Remittances to Ml-   frrtn | T.« Cholc«t Brands of VVlMJU, LtQUOM and ClOAM
all (joints can he made through Inn Itunk at ' *
current  rates.
ollectiot-S rarcfiilly attended to ami every desrrip-
lion ol hauking transacted.
Joseph M. Brown
ENGLISH,   AMERICAN   AND  SWISS
WATCHES. & CLOCKS CLEANED
AND REPAIRED.
I AGENT FOR S. S. KIMBELL'.. CHAM-
MON FIRE AND BURGLAR-rROOF
SAFES.
Front Street, Nanaimo.
VanHouten & Randle.
iMl-oartas AMD ukai.kss in
Hardware : Stoves
Tinware
We manufacture all kinds <_f
SHEET IRON, TIN
AND COPPER WARE.
PLUMBING   AND GASFITTING
Promptly attended to.
tiT A specialty made of Tin Rt-fiag and
Ceralce Work.    Estimates given and wor_
guaranteed. ■'
VANHOUTEN & RANDI.E,
Victoria Crescent    -    •    Nanaimo, P. C.
always on liand.
A CALL SelLICITKli.
OITT _Bk_C___L_R._B__.____n_*.
Next   door   to   Hirst's   llroa.,
Commercial  Street.
V. D. DEEBLE, Prop.
Cnnseantly nn hand a lull nssartment nf
Choice Meat, and Vegetables,
Shipping supplied  ol short notice.
1, ELAND   HOUSE,
PROUT     &    INSLEY,    Proprietors.
Strictly First-Claw.   Accommodalion for i?5 Guests.
Convenient to Railway Station anil Rleain*
sliip noik.
CORNER OF   HASTINGS Si GRANVILLE
STREETS.   VANCOUVER,   B.   C.
JT_9-X__.«._. Harvey
IMPORTER OF
ENGLISH and CANADIAN MERCHANDISE.
Co.MMitRciAL Street, Nanaimo,  B. C.
F,   W.   COOK, C.E.,
CIVIL ENGINOEER AND SURVEYOR,
Surveys timber anil other claims.
A-ldress-COMOX. B.Cr
Mar yr~tf
Special care will be given to ill*.
Dining - Department
TEAMING.
•ORDERS FOR 1-RAYAGK OK TEAlto
^^ lefi at the ExreUIor Ratter)*, Comr»<-r,ial a
or Mansou's store, Ilaltliurimi ,-treet, will r.
[irumpt atteuiion al a.edaratc rate.,
A. ANDERSON, ,
Albert Stretrt
Nnnaimo, B |
April 6—tf
-STOTICE.
Having disposed af thc type and l.itur.l
the Nanaimo Morniag Coukibr to the Cx4
IKS Printing and Piililishi_g Company, •I'I
counts due thc aaid paper will lie colic 4
by me, and all liabilities of Ihe NanaJ
Morning Courier will be paid liy inel
presentation. ROIIT, TODLJ
And no trouble will be spared to satisfy
everybody.   Fine elegantly fitted up
BQD   ROOM0
fcif SAMPLE ROOM-^3
For  Travellers.     Only    first-class   Wince,
Liquors and Cigars   dispensed   at  thc
UAH.    We solicit your patronage.
John Decker & Co    i*!^* xno'
feb 8 tf
Donald" Smiti
NOTARY PUBLIC, C0N7ETAHCE:|
REAL   EST All
i
AND INSURANCE AGENT,
P.  O.   Ii.. 90  |
W. R. ROBERTS,
DEW DROP HOTEL, |Watch Maker & Jewete.
I.IBIIPTOM        CT MAMllun  I •_-_.._.   wwt.v.-
NORTH WELLINGTON
HALIBURTON      ST.,     NANAIMO, \
The l.r-.i of Liquors nnd Cigars will be dispeased
at the Har.
ThU Hotel is now prepared to furnish first-clas* ac*
.•iniiiotlatioii for Hoarders and Lodgeri..   Hoards
per  month JaG-on.
SAMUEL HAGUE.
To the Travelling Public
TICKETS
—— "TO Ml.   POINT-.   OM   TUB—- —
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAIL'V
And its connections may be hatl fro     i
A. SHAH',  Ageni,   -   -   Nanaimo.
TE.. M.   YAT.WOOD.
Solicitor of the High Court, Ont.ii-lo.
—ixi•-
11 lARYUBIiIC FCB BBIIIB COMJMIHA.
Offlc. In Smith's Building, Commercial
Street, Nnnaimo.
THE ACCIDENT
IKSUBANCE COT
Oi MOUTH UUBIOA.
rm%.?-i_&^_fiiriM
—. _>.—i———
I new* asnlnet aecidtint by land or ***,   $0 pat
una awana aithar 11(H) in o___ of talal ■_-_•
u_.il. or lli a_r aismh inraaaolnon.fat-llajaif.
Kxfam rr-saiuna for hiuardoni amnlormMlta.
AU-SOP a MASON.
Aa-ata, Graaannaeat Itraat, Tictoi'a.
TURNER, BEETON _ CO.,
 MERCMAJMT8	
wiarit H-riut_T   ■   .   vicroi__A.aa
       .. . » < 	
Head Offlna for Bnllnh CokaaUafoe
Nciam Bhitihu and Mxhoafttij: lMt>
KANOB COKPAKT,  AMD OtlaADLtS
IinDRANOI COMFAKT.
a 0. BEBTON a 00,
86 Fioalrory Circus, Lc«_e_. 1L tX
H. A. -taixoK. Vaa-ootwr.
Great Transcontkntital RouU
NORTHERTTi-: PACIFIC
     TLe Uir-a. BoaU.   Ha
taatTraiiii. Uweat B^Uato phi'
Via th« Oaaoada   OiriaioB  new  at
platad, aaakint it tba ___ortast,
Bsat aad Quiokest.
Tba Diuim Car Lisa.
Uelan, Faataat Traiiii,...—. __,__ „ -„.—_.
aud all Bolata laat.   Tioka t» ao)a te all Proa.
Inaat poinU thro Of boat th* fast aad Boat h-Caa*.
TaUODOH PilLIiMAN   DBAWIHO-RoOM
Sl.EllPINO CaHS.
R-Mrrntlons oan be aacurad in Adranoa.
To Eiist-Bound Passengers
Be oacaf ul and do not maka t talMaka, bat ba
sua to take th*
Northern Pacific Railw'y
And aa* that your ttoket raads ria THIS
LINK, St. Paul or Mlnoaapolb, to avoid
ab_D8_) md aariooa dala/s ooo_tia___t
by other rontaa.
Through £__%__***
SgS^yaim
W. B. DENNISON,       '
Nanaimo, B.C.
■■..-. "ap- «_•
Opao.lt. RallroaH SlaMsa.
Watches and Jewelry tiou__t, sold and repaire .
POODLE DOQ ttB8Ti«_JRA_
NANAIMO, B. C.
P. Jainieson, Prof
Oysters, Cakes Jellies, Ice Cream, BI j
Marine, Ac,    The orly White Labor |
Restaurant in Town.   Meats
from  _5 finis rip.
R.   CRAIG,
General'Klack.mith * Carriage B_Ul-"J
EastfoB . treil Bridge, . aoalio, B. C,
Premises.  Modem Maealnery and; I
"   ' *l\ Styles af Waaans,
"ih   -r
Clau   Wortrpen.  _ v. ..   _»_.
Cnrrla.es nnd Rn.aies will be kuilt
10 order.
II IRSF   ."OEINO A SPECIALTV.   RKPAll
ING DONE.
COMMERCIAL  MILLI
LEAMY ft KYLE, Props.
MANUF-ACTURKRS ANP DRAI.RR- IN
ALL KINDS OF   ROUGH AND
JIRSSSF.P
L U  M B E R
DOOBB, WIHDOWB, BLIHDB, 8HII8LE_
LATBB, Etc, Eto.
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TELEPHONE.   Olice and Vardt
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VANCOUVER,   B.   C.
c. c. Mckenzie,
Land Agent, Conveyancer, Account*']
and Insurance Agent.
Ofmcri-C. I.. Stnitli*. ...-ilriinf., Rut Ion Stfi
Xanaimo. :    »
Town I.cits.uul Farm. Tor Sale.   Money lo LotuiC
Vnrigagf ut low mter. '
Agent for thr Olasgow an J London Flra Iniural'l
Company.
R. J. W. ATWOOD,
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Toilet Goons.
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.OXHEBOUL 8TIEEI.'JAIAIH-. -k
notice:
AR.e.-niciii Act and Provincial RevenueTai, Nan!
mo District. m
Notice h Iu rcl.y given, in accordance with |H
Statutes, that I'rovincial Revenue Tai aid all TalJ
levied under the Assessment Acts art now due for thi
■e;»r, 1680, and payallr nt my offire, Naaaira.J
1 . .essed Taxes, if p.iid on or before June 30th, 18I
re collectable al the following rat__. viz:
!A of t per rent, on Re:d Property.
1 J. cents per acre on Wild I.and.
One-third of one per ctnt. on Per .on.il   Property.
H bf 1 per rent, on Income.
If aid aner June sothi t88ot—■
jl of 1 (ier lent, on Real I'roperty.
?!-.' cent, perOCW on Wild Land.
l/i of 1 per cent, on Personal Property.
-'« of 1 per cent, en Income.
M. BATE.
Assessor . **    J  U ___r-
TO i
EUBOPE, CANADA or the
TTmlte-*  ***»t_ata_.-_i.
To save aioney cnaault (he »n_eisi|_e_l ai
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mercial street, abont rales lo or fraoi Orea'
Itrilnin and the Contiocnt or to aay pal. it
the UniteJ States and Canada befo
purcbasisg el_e_-hei-e
W. B. PKNNISO!.,
Railway anil Stonmsbip Agent,
Nanaimo, II, C. imSfSi.
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STEAMER SERVICE,
(Between Nanaimo, Comox and Victoria.]
Stiamp.ii Amelia.
Arrives In Nanaiamo every Tuesday evening.
Leaves Nsnaima for Comox Wednesday     3 a. M.
Returns from Comox fur Victoria,
Wednesday evening.
Leaves Nanaimo for Victoria Thurs-
_»r  7a.m.
Leans Victoria for Nanaimn, Friday     7A. M.
Leaves Nanaimo for Victoria,   and
all way ports Saturday     7 A. M.
[Between Nanaimo and Vancouver.]
Sti'amf.r Rainbow.
Arrives    at    Nannimo    Tucsdays_-I.cavcs
Nanaimo Wednesday morning.
[Between Westminster, Comox & Nanaimo.]
Steamer ROBERT Dunsmuir.
Airives in Nanaimo Wednesdays and Sun
days—Leaves    Nanaimo   for   Comox
'ihursdays—Leaves   Nnnaimo   for
New West minster    .Saturdays
and  Mondays.
Trains leave Nanaimo for Victoria.  9:04 a.m.
"       "        •'       " Wellington      12:29 P.M.
" arrive in    " from Victoria    12:20 p. M.
 Wellington       8x5 A. M.
On Saturdays an extra train leaves Nanaimo for Victoria at 1 :;6 p. J I, A train also
leaves Victoria for Nauaimo, arriving here
nlSiJS r, M., and leaves for Wellington at
1 a :i.. r. m.
POSTAL SERVICE.
Malls elaK daily for Victoria
ana way stations  8 a.m.
"   Arrive    12:20 a. m.
" Clase for Wellington... 11:45 a.m.
"   For Comox, Alberni and
way stations every Wed.
ncsday  7 P.M.
TEMPE RANC-T^/oH \ ._X1._N (>
TON.
The I.O.G.T. entertainment there
on Wednesday evening was one of the
largest and perhaps most representative
audiences that ever assembled in
Wellington. The popular and efficient
Lodge Deputy, Mr. Robert Scott,
presided as chairman. The meetinii
was called to order at 7:30. Th
hymn "Draw Me Nearer," was sunt;
by the chair, under the profvci.i 1
leadership of Mr, William Evans. The
entlra audience joined heartily in the
singing. Prayer was off r. d hy thi
Rev. F. Chamberlain. Mu_ic ___
then furnished by the Wellington Brass
Band; and their playing was such as
has rarely been our good fortune to
listen to, reflecting great credit upon
their able leader, and every member of
the band. The chairman said thai
though an address might be expected
of him, however great his inclinaiioi
in this direction, he had been so mucl
otherwise engaged that he hnd beer
unable to make the necessary t.rci .ira-
tion—%» he would only read a shor
extract in connection with the work.
Thil was well received.
Rev. Chamberlain briefly addressed
the audience in substance as follows:
He was more than happy to see so many
present, and would accept it as a sure
sign of renewed activity in the temperance cause. He then proceeded to
shaw the evils resulting from strong
drink, relating several touching incidents of homes and families that had
.been wrecked and ruined by it. He
a_k«d how it was that so many young
men who had left their homes in th.
East, sober and industrious, had since
became dissipated and worthless. He
uiged them to connect themselves with
some temperance organization, so as to
have placed about them a moral and
restraining influence, The speaker
then showed the relation between thc
church and the temperance cause,
which he r-laimed was closely allied.
He wished ihe Good Templars Ooti
speed in their great work, He thanked thc audience for their close attention, and closed by saying that In
would have spoken much longer bui
that he was unwilling to trespass upon
the time of the lecturer, whom he
deemed so amply able to treat thc subject. A solo, "The Gipsy Hoy" was
well rendered and equally as well re-
reived by the audience. The recitation, by Mrs. Cavalsky, was happily
executed in her inimitable way, and
was loudly encored by the audience.
Her second appearance only added
to her first reception. "How well do
I Remember," was very creditably
sung by Miss McNull, and she mav
1 rest assured that it will be "quite well
remembered.'' Mr. McLeod threw
his whole soul into his recitation, and
in a manner that was well appreciated
by the audience. "We will Crown
Tbem with Roses so Fair," was well
sung by Miss Wilkerson, ind she may
rest assured that if not crowned witn
"re.ses so fair" she at least crowned
herself with the thanks and best wishes
of her hearers. The band then played,
after which the speaker of the evening
was introduced. Mr. Porter's presence
upon the platferm was greeted with
applause. The following is a short
.ynottsis of his remarks;
Mr.   Chairman,   G   ■■ 1   Templars,
. Ladies and Gentlemen: When I look
over this vast assembly I feel like saying, hurrah for Wellington! He believed that it was customary with
.pen Vers.»»__.«_ drink before speak ing
____»■■ a 1 ■ _-_____te___
so they would pardon him for the same.
Pomting to the glass of water he said
that it wns better than any ten .year old I
hundred proof Canadian or Kentucky
rye whiskey on thi: continent, (loc!
gave it, nature brewed it, it was the
elixir of life -life for time, life for;
eternity. It was as pure and undeiiled j
as the snn is of heaven from which it '
sprung. N'o ghostly echo of the dissipated dead, from deepest well,
breathed the blasting curse of danma-1
tion upon it. The key note of his dis-1
course this evening would be "total
abstinence for the individual: prohilion
for the province, and long life for the
Good Templars," After discussing!
numerous arguments lhat had been
made in favor of drink, he spoke of
the moderate drinker. 'T used to be a
moderate drinker myself-—that is I
didn'i take more than twenty-five or.
thirty drinks a day—my'eye opener,':'
my 'appetizer,' my 'night-cap' and
frequent 'bracers.' It is rjuiu- lucky j
for me that J was not working in ycir
mines when J was a moderate drinker,
for there would have been an explosion I
sure." All drunkards were once;
moderate drinkers. Man was drunker with one drink than none at all.
He refered to the beaver that was
placed upon Canada's flag.and likened
the results of moderate drink to it. The
habit of moderate drink was more in-
siduous in its approach than all other
enemies—the tiger growls before it
ponn-es upon its victim,the eagle gives
its scream; the viper its hiss—but this
habit came unwarned in the guise of a
friend. Drunkenness was the "Grand
Trunk Railway" lo hell, and moderate
drinking ihe last flag station. Men
objected to signing the temperance
pledge, that did not hesitate to pledge
all of thetr property for drink. It was
safer for young men to pledge themselves to temperance, then it was to
their best girl, for it would never flirt
wilh "hem. He objected to drink he-
cause there was no necessity for it, for
the injury that resulted from it, and
the example that was set to others by
drinking it. He was in favor of prohibition, because he found that 8 per
cent of the criminals, 7 per cent of the
in nates of poor houses and 5 per cent
of the lunatics were made so by
whiskey, He claimed that the making,
-nulling, and drinking of whiskey
'iivctly cost the American prople two
'".inn (iv hundred million'.liars in
it-it year 1888. He said no man
should b; liens-id to aide in this
"wholesale hell" of destruction, No
man had a right to kill his fellow man,
even if the victim was ready and willing to die. That we had' a perfect
right to snatch the weapon from a
nan's head who was going to lake
away hit own life with it. He did not
question the motive of the tavern
keepers but for himself he would
tr-ther be an exile and outcast, he
would rather have a grave of oblivion,
•'nd an epitaph of forgiifuln'ss than
' ave i' said that hi- had vn -id d in
l).'.lucl_g or poi-oni.ig )i> f-low creatures.
He asked the votaries of drink to advocate their doctrines to their wives and
children. The wife had the same
right to a drink that the husband nad.
He said that Infidels had no right to
object to prohibition, because it was
advocated by Christians, for their
greatest leader had said that alcohol
was God's worst enemy and the Devil's
best friend. Some men drank because
it was fashionable; he supposed that
the same men would want to go to hell
if the practise ever became fashionable
—and he could assure them, that it
would if they persisted in drinking.
He said that strong drink required of
its followers their money, mind and
soul. He knew of but one thing in or
under the world that required so much,
and that was Beelzebub, the prince of
devils, He spoke of temperance from
a Scriptural standpoint, and asserted
thnt hnd the wine been of an intoxicating nature that was made at the
marriage in Cana by Christ, some of
the moderate drinkers would only have
to have been there t o have been
gloriously drunk.
The speaker tltr-n made an appeal to the
ladies enlisted in tho nr. tit work, for in
them In- hailed Ihe fuming savior1 and
redeemer ofa drunken world. After a
glowing tribute to tlio onler of Good
Tcmpliirs, he sniil lie would thank theai
for Iheir extreme kindness by "standing
tlio treat." He wauled everybody to "take
something;" and lie wanted that something to 1» llu-temperance pledito. The
npi-akei' Has several limes interrupted
wilh applause mid when lie resumed his
siutlhe audi, nee demonstrated their  iip-
[ireeiiition by hearty applause. Alter the
eitiire, Messrs. John, Jones, John Huso,
anil John Thomas, the "three Johns"
sun. "Fair Flora Decks," and in n ainn-
m-r in which tho "three Johns" only can
sing it. The trio, was lustily encored, until
they opsin appeared upon the stage. Their
second appearance nlso received tho unqualified appreciation of their hearers,
rtI.itte the Great Triptnvirate Still." The
"llllwntik. c Flro," wns well and sweetly
snug by Misses Tiller and Wilks. The
former also deserve* especial mention for
her efllt-ient services as organist for the
oii-asion. The chairman then thanked
the people for their presence; the partakers in the entertainment for their
kindness and said that in the history of n long life, he waa unable
to recall the time whan he luul spent ao
pleasant an evening and where even-body
seemed so well satisfied. He hoped that
the good work wonld go on, and extended
a cordial Invitation to everybody to join
ihe order nt their next regular meeting.
His remarks _."t with a hearty h'spotiw
by the audience. The committee composed ef Mr. Rat-moan (ehalnnsn), Mr.
Mi-Alllster, J. _.• Wllk*e/_f_oe. Becdle
nnd Mr. Joseph, deserve unstinted praise
for their untiring efforts to make the entertainment a success, Their labors were
amply rewarded and their expectations
fully reallssd, v
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Moa«y Loaned on Best Terms,   Estate. M___fc_.
CORNaS COSBOVA ANB CAMBIE STSESTS.
r. O. BOX io«. VASCOVVBR, B. C
ANV PERSON WISHINO TEAMING DONE
** in anv part of thr city can have, Iht Mat done
li)l callioj|.n
J. TIPrETT,
AtlN'icol street, ailjoiai-g Ihe I.i of (teve Je oner.
assa__«a_-
F_ r»e-_
J-sii.t_.Hn.. to
Your Doorsand Windows
Keep out the 0*4.1 and Haiti!    Gei you
Weather St rise of the   Hmhmoiio
W_U-_n« Stbip Co.
MoKILLICAN A ANDERSON! Agwts
<_««_-__ P-O..Bo_2R, _«JU
Prom Symes & Co., Pharmaceatlca!
Cheiaists Medical Hall, Simla, January Jth,
1S801 To J. T. Davenport, Esq., 33 Great
Russell Street, Vloousbury, I/indoa, Dear
Sirt—We embrace this opportunity of coi>
gratuiating yon upon Ihe aidc-spraad repui
talioo this justly esteemed medicine, lir. J,
Collis .Irowne's Chlorodyne, has earned ft f
itself, not only iu IliuJostan, but all evc|
tbe Kast, As a remedy of general utility,
wc mnc-b question whether a better is inw
ported into the country, and wo shall ie
glid lo hoar of its finding a place in cvciy
Anglo-Isdian home. The other brands, «e
arc happy to say, ore now relegated lo the
native bazaars, and judging.from their sale,
we fancy their sojurn there will be but
evaacsceul. Wc could multiply instances
iafioitum of the citrsordinary efficacy sf
Dr. Collis Ihrownc's Chlorodyne in Diarrhaa
and 2nd Dysentery Spasms, Cramaa.
Neuralgia, the \'omitiag of Pregnancy, aod
a* general Sedative, that bav* oaaarrid
«B_»r»ur personal observation during aisne
years. Io Choleraic Diarrhea, aad.ewn ia
the more tetrihle forms of Cbeleis itself, we
have wilnessed its controlling power. We
have never used _ny ether ferm ef this
medicine tlien Collis BroaaeVi, from a firm
conviction that it is decidedly the best, and
also from a sense of duty wc ewe to tbe pro]
fessien and thc public, as wc arc of tfcc
opiaion tnat the substitution of any other
tbaa Colli. Hrewnc's, is A DEI.IBERA~£
BREACILtaf^JVklTH ON THE PART
OF THE ClIjHjLST TO' PRKSCEIBE
AND PATIFNT ALIKE. We arc sir,
faithfully \ours,' Symes A Co., Menshers of
the Phaiio. Saoiely of Gnat Britain, Hj
Eacellancy the \'iceroy's Chemists.
CAUTION.-V.'c«.Cn-_icell-r'*S-!^l»_
Page Wood stated that Dr. J, Collis Brewoe
was, undoubtedly, the inventor ofChlaras
dyna; that the story of Ibe defendant, Frc*
aias, was deliberately untrue, _ .ich, be
regretted lo say, had been sworn to.—See
"Tbe Times, "July 13, 1S84.
Sold in _hj,ttle_ at Is. i>»d., aa. ed., <j,
e.1., and lli; each. None is geoulae wilh.
eut thc words "Dr. J. tollis Br^ira.Vi
Chlorodyne" oa the CoTernmest stampj
Overwhelming medical t-Btlueoy accsni.
naaias eaib bottle.
Canlioe—Beware af PiracyJJaaJ Icpi_a_.
tions.
Sole Manuf-ctures.-^, T, Da*enactt, Tf
fhufv TeriSis
_.__;   Jiauu^^ iur__r-j,   I,   aeje,l
Or*-l Kiis..(.l  . tpr.t, .Icnapshurr •_i
SATURDAY, APRIL 131I1, i.Sn.
NANAIMO-.'-:    COIJKLEI.      B-W_X_«-_. party of fl.hermen went
__._^_^___^^_^______^_ '• yesterday to the Nanaimo river.   They
' called in nt theCoirier office to say thoy
itniirlit nothing, but had a good time.
C'iianok ov S-ii.ino.—Attention is di-
' r_ti_-d to the change in the arrival nnd
[ilepirtureof the steamer Isabel between
: ihis poil, Con 0  ami Victoria.
I00AL AH) GENERAL,
NEW TO-DAY,
New F.i-inoNa.—The comin
for parasols will be sticks of
inches  in length.   There will, however
be no change In the slleks for lemonade
' fiisliions
forty-fivo
F. RF.VEI.V,
Master.
LOST.
LOST ON THE COMOX ItOAD OJC
April 9lh, & small, light brown pony,
with fore.op and tail cut square, answering to the name: of Flocy. A reward
will be pal 1 on retiirniba same to
WASH KOOSE,
I    April to-tf Comox Roads
THE    :    NEW   :   STORE
T-   I..  BROWNE
O..
5
Tiik Chinese _f 1 st Go.—A Cliinainan
was Seen lielng pursue, down,.'"' _tf_et
bv n naos ol doga who Beamed to enjoy
iln-fun, aiileli the Celenlial didn't, if one
may judge liy his shouts for help.
Mai. dk Mim.—The <"! till iloes not often
gel. very fOUgh, hut yesterday Hie passengers 011 hoard the varioussteainerH plying
h tweet) Nanaimo anil loi-nl point- owned
,  .-,..,   .. ....,.,.,,  ,.     ....    ,. ,,    1 up that the eiihin   fare  did  not suffer
A_m.ii   CoKm_Tio_._-Mr.   Sneer, the „.„,.,. .,„,, t|,at the fishw enjoyed ntsm.flt.
nbliging telephone operator, informed  usi     , , -
that a ..telephone Connection   had been : .A!'"'**"' T»-*,**--\ ^ '""» «•*!
made with Messrs. Haslam 1. Lees' 8i,r r""1*1'"'1  Nanaimo Inst  night for
mill yesterday. .If there isfanything goc.1 i N "lo™, conveying Mr. and Mrs. IJryden
going these 1-pupil-seem to enleli on anl; nnd Mr, and  Mrs. Harvey lo  the death |
bed of their esteemed relative,   the lion.
I .enhrai, Moi'iimnii.—Out of respect to
the memory ol (delate Hon. Rob "rt Huns-
miiir the business phicep of the eity
in-day will be elosed and the day wilh
be observed ra 0.0 of general moiirnl_g|
for Ibe deceased throughout the cily.
On aiitl After Monday Next. April I5tn,
The steamer Iiabel will run as fotlowi
calling at way ports!
Mnnday: 1?; nbMH..   -; Vicfof._l lo Nanaii-JJ
Tuesday, 7 a.jn NaDaimo to Coinov
Wnliirsilay, 7 a.m.— Comox to Nanafifio
Thundayi 7 a.m. Nanaimo to Cotno
I- ritlav, 7 a.fn ComOJl to Nan.imo
Saturday, 7a.n1 Nanaimn to Victoria
For Freiijlit and  Passage apply on board.
Mm i-if
I fill Open on Friday Next, April 5th, ■-
TAB    I-
-ticl;.
Cars ix MounxiNi;.—The train leaving
Xiinniino lo-day will be draped in nioiirn-
,ing, owing lo Ihe death of tlio Hon. Itobt.
I .mumutr, President of llio road. Mr. .1
Ililberl carried ont the wishes of tha company in this respect wilh his usual good
taste,. :    .1       •
' • '
A  New  Boiler.—A large lioiler was
hauled up to llasleni & bees' sawmill
yesterday. Six horses and three drivers
-were, employed to transport it. Evidently
bytheir improvements, Ibis linn expt-el's.
a boom In lnmlier soon, and is tieter-'
' mined to be prepared for it.
A New Minister.—It is rumored in
Ottawa thnt Mr. Colby, who voted
against the disallowance question, will
' succeed Hon. J. A. O'linplemi as Sot-re-
tan- of Slate, the latter taking Ihe position
af Minister of Railways, Why should
not British Columbia be remembered in
the new deal?
Change: of Reams,—Tbe steamer Isab-.-l
Capt." Rcvely, will next Monday, change
her sailing card. In l.ilni'o she will leave
Victoria at midday for Xanaiino, and w ill
leave Nanaimo on" Tuesdays and Thursdays nt Oa. m. for Comox ; returning Ibe
following day. She will leave Nanaimo
■ on Saturdays at 7 a. m. for Victoria. Sec
advertisement,
Took a Ti-mbls.—Peck'_ sidewalk on
Showing;  il«<-  Uuli-  ••»_   -"lirn of
Courts.if A.-l.e,   -im I-i in . n nU
oyer aud Terminer, _«r tho
Year   1KNII.
SPRING ASSIZES.
[On Vaucouver l-.l.i'i.l.]
Victoria Monday J-tll  May
S'l'jaiii.o Tuest|ay .|lli June
JOn Mainland)
I New Westminster — Wednesday.. ,st May
| Kaml-ops Monday 3rd  June
! Clint.n Monday 10th June
Otrjt Tni,EC,RArnic Report.—The night j                     FALL ASSI.ES,
operator   who^'.receives   tho Courier's I                       [On Mainland'.!
press: "rerfcH Was' taken ill at Departure| Richn.ld Monday..._...,oih September
Ilay,'whither Hie had Mine on business
connected with the death/of tho Hon
Dnnsmnlr,  last
lioberl Dnnsmuir,
Wtu. SrnviVK.—There are a great many
"suiarl Alex's" in this town, nn doubt,
and Ibere are a great many "mossbacks,"
but alter all despite the presence ol lioth
classes the town will survive the "wreck
nf matter," which our local contemporary
thinks imminent.
J.H.PLEACE,
—DEALER  IN—
i
HABDWABE,    STOVES,    PAINTS,     OILS;
ROPE,  GLASS, RIFLES,
I ;
CARTI.IIIGK.S, PAINT
BKl'SIII'S.
Tin and Sheet Ironware,
>
WITH  A CAREFULLY   SELECTED AND
FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF BOVS' AND
GENTLEMEN.' FURNISHINGS.
All goods ni.iike 1 in plain figures and nl CAS11 PRICES.
T. L, BROWNE & CO.,   -   Next door to Spencer ,x;.Perkin«.,
VICTORIA  CRESCENT.
Bvorytoody   i»   Invited.
•__
t- i
GRAIDCLEiRMCESAL]
Katnloop*	
I.ytton...	
New Westminster.
..Wednesday. ...-illi Scptetaber
..Monday 7th October
..'Monday........1.4th October
..Wednesday ijlh November
[Od Vancouver Idand.]
Victoria Monday 931b N.vcmbcr
Nanaimo. Tuesday 3rd December
j reservation, indulged in a free fight
I Hail-pulling and considerable of the In:
I dian vocabulary were indulged in, but the
j combatants, after the expenditure of a
the Long Bridge, got tired of being reviled j considerable amount of energy, separated
as an eyesore, and as ibe  municipal au- | without doing serious bodily harm toeacb
thorities did not seem  likely  to remove
it, concluded lo retire into the- mud and
R
evening; conseqaentlv
we wereunable.to receive the report in
time for publication. »
Tun rt.8i.1_ Mebte-o.—There shonld
be a good attendance at tho public meeting in the council chamber on Monday
evening at 8:.i. p. tn,, to devise ways and |
means for Ihe proper celebration of the
Queen's birthday. Let everybody attend.
Wo might tn be to the front, for are we
not as loyal as "they make tbem?"
Ax Indian Fruit.—Last night on the
Nanaimo Indian   Reserve  some braves
who bud been sampling n brand of firewater which, to say the least, was not ■ COUNCIL CHAMBER, City Ham.,
conducive to pence and good order on the
A Public Meeting will h. held
at the
READV MIXED PAINTS,
NAILS, BUILDERS HARDWARE AND CARPENTERS'
TOOLS.
__?,o_e«.-
A Foil Assortment at Lowest Prices,
Victoria  Crescent,
NANAIMO.  li. C.
30 Days Only 30
 COMMENCING	
ATUHDAY,    ___.__»XtXX-i    7tbv   '2
other,
„„:„•„,-, 1        11      i-i, 1.1    Gaelic Service.—Rev. Donald Fraser,
ooze of the gulch, which it accordingly L,      ,        , ,.,„',•..
did yesterday , much lo the amusement \-W esteemed pastor of the Pandora street
of the spectiilors.   Pome other equally an-! Presbyterian church, Victoria,  will de-
. vient affairs iii tjie city will be very li'kilyj |iVer a sermon in   Gaelic,  the language
tojri vetfiec. c. an equally pointed hint | dear to the Highland heart, in the Presbyi
'"'"  ,    terian church, this city,'at 8 o'clock p. m.
-The Vnited Stales ; to-niorrow (Sunday).   Mr-. Fmser who is
J an eloquent divine and an alilo preacher,
' before long,
The Coast Survey
(.'oast Survey steamer G. P. Patterson
sailed from Snn Francisco yesterday fur
Alaska. She will touch at Port Towns-
.end.to take.on board there 10,000 feet of
lumber, which is to be used for building
signal stations to assist officers in their
trlangulutinns. The Patterson will also
stop at Peparturo Bav, where she will
take ISO tons oi coal. Work will bo 00m-
TTie«r._,i at Cane Ftip. hay, where the sur-
u. waa discontinued lnlx.7.
Latest From The  ss._i.ki_.—Mr.  A.
Frank, who arrived from the West Const
ON MONDAY KVEN1NG 15TII INST,
AT HALF PAST 8 O'CLOCK,
For the purpose of making arrangements for the proper celebrntion
of Her Majesty the Queen's
Birthday.     M. BATE,
April 13-14 Mayor.
will also conduct the ordinary Knglish
services al 11 a. m. and 7 p. in. on the
same day. • •
A IIoiixiiY Isi.Axn Ei-isope—A gentleman who resides on Hornby Island,'and|| -
whose veracity cannottbe doubted, tedd », I)
CorsiER representative lastevenintf of an "
occurrence which be recently heard of |
there, Hornby Island is not of verv groat
extent, but there are some very fine ranches, and those who have sottled there
are generally prosperous, happy and con-
But there' are nl-
STKrA.NTXVX*.
T  WANT TO RENT A WELL iTJRNISHED
*   ronii for day sleeping, in a private family, must
be in a quiet neighborhood.   Address,
C.S.B.,
Care this nftice.
NOTICE.
AUARTERLV MEETING OF TIIE N.
11 E, P. Society will be held in thc So-
X, ciety's Hall, on Saturday, thc 13th
i.iit., at 8 o'clock p.m. As business of importance will be brought Ufure Ihe meeting
a large attendence is requested.
By Order,
R. AITKEN,
Ap 10.13 Secretary.
i sequently contented.   _	
recently, confirmi) previous reports t6 the '.ays untoward events happening, -and a
effect that tlie • majority  of'the  sealers I prominent rancher, newly  married, iral-
have (lone well-So far this  >-eai-.   Up to : i/.ed Ihe truth of the above statement to the
the.day he left Cluyoquot, the' catch of the.  fullest extent.   His rest was broken ; the
varlqus'schoonei's was reported as follows: jslumbcrscf the night-were disturbed by un-
The  Aurora, 209;  the  Ariel,   209; the  earthly noises,   wfiicb aronjed  bim from
Marv Tavlor, 240; the Juanita, about -In; I bis couch, but tha cause icoijld not be ns-
the Kate", 24U; the Sierra, 30;  the Adele, | certained.   At length in sheer despcratioti
120; the Viva,  434; the There,   272; the  be resolved to investigate, if it took him
'. Wanderer, 00; the Sapphire,  nliout ,.40; j n week to  do so,   A  six-shooter  arid a
the Black Diamond* about 170; the Annie | Winchester rifle in. the hands ef a deter-
O. Moqrc, 220. . ' mined man lire formidable weapons.   He
...      T ,.        ,,-.        ,     ,     .: waited and watched for three consecutive
A New I.i-.mbek Mu.i.-Itis understood nig|ltHi whcn to hi8 diggust and utter con-
oa good authority that thp V.ictoiin .J.um-1 sternalion, he discovered that the causi
' 1>er and  Manufacturing  Companv .have i o! his sleepless nights and  anxious days,
__________{_&%____£ as- i {_?«5* ts. %£w i^ x
_ i «._.■ ?S?ySHi   fh* „W- f„1t'' '''ore of his island home.   Kvidenllv the
^i'^eremraC'esaw'mlinin.. tt I --»»_-»> -P «* »'-e been light,
. yard. - The mill will be built on tbe most I
approved   pattern, and with have « larae
cutting -capacity.   Mr.   Peahody, oL.thc )
Victoria conipiwiy, negoliateil I lit purclia'sc |
of the property.   The cninpaiiy will Jiol
erect their mills  this season,   but work !
will lie begun during the summer, aiul.itj
is stated the mills will bo in active opera-!
tion by the beginning of the winter.    We I
heartily welcome such enterprises  to our.
midst,  and can  assure the  enterprising
promoters  that  they   can find   no more
suitable place in the province for   the establishment of audi an Industry1.
FOUND.
N NEWCASTLE TOWNSITE, A DOG
with chain attach-d. Owner can have
the some by applying I"
J. II. HILBERT,
;. Little Wund'-r Cigar Slore.
Nanaimo Land Office.
iir such trifles would not have bad any
effect upon bis somnolent condition. It
is vouched tor that Ins slumbers were of
sweetest before be was mirriad. Is tliero
auv significance in this worthy of note.
Mrs. f.'.jj'oTRY as a Siniier— In a recent.
interview Mrs. I.nngtry said:    "P willtellj
something funny lb.it happened to nifi'«t
my first profeasional appearance, which,
was in January, 1SS2. I was to jilny"
Blanche Hay, aiid, if you remember, she
has a song in tbe second act. J do not-
sing, consequently 1   had some  omj :bM'
• hind the screen to Bing for tne-, while*T
played the accompaniment and imitated,
all the movements. The first, night it
waa a great bucccss, so much sn, that
Clement Scott insisted   Ihatlwaij doing,.
• all the singing, but the tecond njglitthcj
singer had either got intoxicated witli her]
• own melody, or had looked too often on |
the wine when it wns red, for long lifter
the time for her to stop,,she. kept'qu singing, and though she was'conducted oil' t|ie I
stage, tlie audience could still hear ber
warbling away as she   was taken  out of
• the stagt- door." |
, Winnipeg White Ca?s.—Monday  lastj
• here were two separate squads  of men
• looking for "Professor" Ernest, siiys the
' Winnipeg Sun.    Oiie   munbered about {
thirty-five, the other twenty.. The smaller
"t.row"d found him before the tar and featl.--
era were ready.   He bewd and iileaded J
so for mercy that thev luul to substitute*	
-•*;««lc grease, sywp, I'laregoric, etc. ^tCJOPXTTtT lilXA\.Xj:t.X5LJBlT.
party gave linn .a gra»il .dose of feathers I ^^•m-
• hnd thc foregoing ingredients.  They then
'* sh'dwed him bis way out of.the citv, bnv-
'' in£ promised never to turn up in Winni-j
peg again,   fjhoiild lip return lie will be
treated to even a worse handling 'than he:
was subjected to before.   The boys who
took part In the affair were .hound to rid
' tlie citv of the professor. It is not known
- Vho the " WhlfejCapa" were, as they w'ere
disguised.. It Is .said the professor has
-Teaf-cl' disturbances in .more families
. tban^M. ..... |
Our Five-Tear-Old.
Merry and restless all tbe time,
Sweet as a wild rose in its prime;    .
1 ure as the lilly of the vale
Blooming in sweetness, fair und pule;
Bright as the sun's rave just at noon,
Lovelier than the sweetest tune—
As a bud's petals BWOL-t unfold,
_n do thy days, our five-year-old,
-Winsome thy   ways,; and .sweet  thy
smile,
Thy voice's melodies beguile;
' On'every day throughout the year   •
Thy laugh lings  out,   full,^ sweet mid
•'.       clear;
.■Our hearts iu unison respond,
And love meetB love in kisses fond;
.. What witchery our hearts doth hold-
Why lovo we so our five-year old ?   ,#
Search ye nil o'er the earth's broad face,-
Wboio iind a form so lull of grace,
••WfieiMind a lacetnorfj ilolily fair, : mm
Or mind which lovlier jewels wear?
The .races.and the virtues meet.
■And .Ind -MUili.i Wylsoul llieir seat,     .'
M sur dy wealth of loviijanlold
'  Is nlly thine, our uve-vear old?
A ml-its'I be years fly on apace,
When fills ibv.past an empty space,
rOliy may thy latuicbriittfto Aifo
God's wealth of love divbicly free,
And lead tli
faile!-
God grant lo thee and us, dear maid,,
At last to enter tlisgRte _.£' Rftld.
All together, our flve-ve'ar-old!
.    .       —ypiluglield Republican.
HAWTHORNTHWAITE   &   CO.
FOR SALE
NEWCASTLE DISTRICT—Srv n _.•   ..
more or less, very good land, .Mill.li-._iii
running through, close tu i'om..x K md
A desirable homestead, minerals included—
$1000,
Newcastle Townsite—Lot 68, Block 3.
* 1 $225 Terms,
the cause       j,0, ..,_ blocU l0i $}00 cash,
Nanaimo City—Two linuses and 2 lots,-
corner Haliburton and Crace streets, very
desirable location for store or dwelling,
$2500.
Lot 8, block 13, $1800 terras. Splendid
business site.
Lots 11 and 12, block 6—$1000,
Locations for residences and business sites
throughout the city.
Nine blocks in the Syndicate Addition to
Tort Angeles.     Farms in all  parls  of the
j Province. apty
#,.!, BLAKEWAY& 00.
IMPORTING AND  DISPENSING
. CHEMISTS AND DBUGGISTS,
; The Nanaimo Pharmacy
COMMERCIAL   STREET.
. Phjsician Prescriptions carefully compounded
j      Country orders promotlv .11 tended 10.
DON'T STOP
USTCL YOU ABKIVK AT
11 tar's
Where   you  can get goods
LOWER than at Eastern prices.
Just   to  liiuid a beautiful stock of
Gold and Silver Watches
ja_.r_.c3L   CIocKs
At    pric* _,    that    will   surprise    you.
Painters
•»h uld    nil and ...v    ur immense stuck o:'
URUSHICb of ail kinds.
TRUNKS, VALISES, LAMP
CHIMNEYS, BROOMS, Etc.
AUCTION SALE OWSATUEDAT NWHT
April ir.
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 C A S H'i|
And our Prices will be LESS than Auction or
CoiOperative Prices.
CASH  - CLOTHING  - STORE,
b. Aaronson & co.
M.tr.li 11 —May 7
i_w_w_wtniiii
Commercial St. near Bastion, Nnnaimo, jfl
COAL!
TO BUILDERS.
TENDEKS WILL   BE RECEIVED UP
lo 6 o'clock p.m. of Tuesday, the 230
insst., for the erection  of a Methodist
church.
Plan and specifications can be seen at the
office of S. Gough, Esq.
The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. Address tenders to S.
Gough, Esq. THOS. HOOPER,
Nanaimo, April 6th, '89. Architect,
Ap 9-20
HARYHONT BROS,,
m.Ai tan ik
lew and Second-Hand
GOODS.
QUE EN
Chop and Oyster House,
Long Bildge, Nanaimo, B. C.
OYSTERS   IN   EVERY   STYLE
I Raw, Fry, Fancy Roast,   '
Plain Roust, Oysler Loaf,
New York Stew, Dux Stew,  Pan Roast.
FISH : GAME : AND : CHICKEN
ALL KINDS OK   ROASTS
j    I. ___   :  CRF.AM.
Vancouver Coal Minim
4ND    LAND   CO.   (LIMITED.)
THE   WELL-KNOWN   NANAIMO AND SOUTHFIELD   STEaJ
GAS,   AND   HOUSE   COALS   ARE   MINED   ONLY   BY
THIS   COMPANY, AT  THEIR ESPLANADE AND
SOUTH FIELD COI.LERIES, NEAR   THE
PORT   OF   NANAIMO.
OCEAN STEAMERS  AfcD THE   LARCEST DEEP-SEA VESSEj
LOAD   AT THE COMPANY'S  WHARVES AT ALL
STATES OF THE TIDE AND RECEIVE
PROMPT DISPATCH.
I. O. O. F.
-ANNIVERSARY
CALDWELL & LEWI!
 THE	
Bal1 ,„^5__!u,pper- Fashionable : Tailol
(LACK   DIAMOND    LODGE   No.   5. Have the Choicest Assortment of
Foreign and Domestj
INSTITUTE    HALL w *
CLOTHS AND TWEEDS,
ON CLOTHS AND TWEEDS,
CLOTH. AND TWEEDS,
Friday, April 26th, '89.
TICKETS
$3 00.
VANCOUVER
Furniture: Warehouse, w
—ANn—
GENTS'  FURNISHING GOODl
GENTS'  PURNISHING GOODl
GENTS'  FURNISHING GOODJ
I                       IN NANAIMO.
CALL   :   AND    :   SEE    ;   U_|
JOHN HILBERT,      caldwell & i.ewis,
IS SELLING
Commercial Street   -   -   Nannimo, H,'
apll-1111
Furniture and   Household
GOODS
CHEAPER than ANV OTHER HOUSE
IN -IIIl. CITV,
'I
. _S t-nls
ig by the
bojjio, V-hui- joys ne'er
I All Ki:_ds of Goods Bought,
Sold and Exchanged.
j VICTORIA CRIi.-Cl.NT,
Opposite Provincial Hotel.
Nest   door   to   Hirst's   Bros.,
Commercial ^Street,. ..,
, D; DEEBLE, Prop.i
Consiantly on hand *-__ll ns.brtment of
Choice Meal?_and Vegetables.
J. H. HILBERT
KEEPS TIIE URpEST AND BEST
stock np
I'BpOTS  AND SHOES IN TIIE CITY.
Shipping supplied Rt short notice.
. •    Give him a call and get prices.-
I r.foN HOUSE,   •   COMMI BCIaL ST."
!    Mar ■}-((
f-jp- Open day ami night.
;nd lipivards.    Hoard  ai d  i
■'.'iv, w.i.'k    x 11    nth.
W. H. PHILPOl'T. Prop.
D?|3-i_
G.  W.   BIGGER
Victoria,  ii, o.,
_l ipiii
-IN-
Crayon.lndian Ink orWaterColors j
The BEST WORK rn the'racific
Coast at        .
NEW   -1-    VORK    -;-   PRICES,
George Cavalsky's
Fruit Marie
Bastion,  Front and   Wharf
St?,, Nmipimo, B. C.
VIOTORIA CRESCENT,
Is Ihe place to get your FRUIT-lwavs
the first and best of thc season, be-"
sides if you want
X^etiXAoy    _A_xf.lGl.e_
Jewelry, Pip"B and Ciyars of which
he 1ms the biggest uss .niiieut
i I lown  a:   wi-ll as In inn
agent for
McKay's   -  London    -   Cigar-I
I'or Niiiiaiiii.j and Wellinglon.
His is Ihe place and no other, ns he impori]
his own goods and saves you money.
I       Give him a call nnd satUfy yourself.
Victoria  Crescentl
REWARD.
1         •
A REWARD OF TEN DOLLARS WILL B'J
I P»l for my infoiiiutliin ihm will ],-..d lo Ihi
convicuon of any |i.r.o_ unLwfully ri-mnvine flow .1]
from any gr.ivf in Ihe Nannimo ccni.trrr, ■
■ BV'ORDER OK TIIE TRUSTEES.
1    Nanaimo, 30th March, 'le-Ap14

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