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Array Hon ABB Orris
-VOIVUME 2
N*_y WESTMINSTER, B. 0„ THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 21, 1887.
T>
• W01.F aniTH, stt.o.
OFFICE—Clarkaon BtiMt, ■.mmwIU raai
•mtrance of ColonialHolal.     "?■•:,
BB8IDENCE-A«»M St., opposite mm'
jRap-l-t. Charab.
OrrtCE  HOURS—10   n. m. to 13 noon; 3
to S;  and 6:80 to • p. in. dnolOto
AND SEE!
T     M. HACIjUAII, d. A., M.D.,C.1I,
OFFICE:  MeICon„Io Rtreet, next door to
TM-111 Shad.
RESIDENCE:   Ague-. Stroet, third house
'tr-noas*. Mary Street.
OFFICE HOURS: IO to 12; 2 to 5; t:» tot.
d-delste
H
JHE. COOPBB, D. A.,jW. ».,
PRYSICIAN A STJROBON.
OFFICE and RESIDENOE-Olinrah St,
cnezt door to Paiissese* Horn.), no-r
Columbia St., Nsw -Westminster, B.O.
'OFPIOB HOURS—8 to 10 a.m.; Ito Sand
•—.ao to 8 _.. m. Galls tn town and coun-
_-r_r promptly attended to. feStc
I	
/-waaoroB w- -icco--,
• BARRISTEB8,
j. SO-.ICITORS,  eto
Offloe, Mckonsln street. New Westminster,
mnd yanoonTer, B. C. JySldwte
1—Tl     C3.   AT-CMIOV,
|   "* RARRI8TER, SO—IC1TOR, -e.
McKensle Btreet,
■>     ilvrfelOtc Now Westminster, B. C.
w.
RMAIS   BOLB.
BARKtSTEB-AT-LAW.
«C-a.n<l Asenl. Money to-oan,
Columbia Street,
New Westmlnsler, B.O.
h~
j^~l.    -*•*•*.  GBABT,
ARCHITECT.
At A., or. Hill's Oflice.
t     <!•—reSOto MoKensle St.
o.
«-.-.o—V,
ARCHITECT.
y   OFFICE, for tlie present, at residence on
pilnton Stroot. ' f  -.
'    mar- Word may be left nt IX Ijyal's Book-
j-sto-ro. dwfeflto
-•__»-• .   PITTBMORIOH,
Ij,ANU     AOENT,  AC, AC*
Col a sn bia Street,
d-del tc Near Crescent, N. W.
-nr-    _». •H-n.APF.
ADOTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
^olumbls Street...
..New Westminster
g- jA.II 4-ommis.lons will receive prompt
and careful attention. Beat refereaoos
ft—-ana wham, required. .   mhlMe
«--
-  D.
MkHSi BOUSE aad fl-HBAL AUDIT
Rent and Debt Collector.
! —
|nVKRAI. eOOP FARMS FOB Bill.
\jL.tavtx
nr imnB-BCB o«*at>A*nr.
■ae   -tor  tl.-    TBATIUB1  Ull aa*
V  ra-W-t-UBCW  04
Mar-lfbrd.   Caa.
OFFICE:—Ferria Street. New Weatmln-
Inr. fe«c
W1IABF STRKET  . VICTORIA.
—vo—ixrxa fok   *
North Britisli set i«reantiie
Insurance Uo. Ibr Mainland.
H.C. BEETON*00.,
SS Ftnabury Circus,
London, E. 0.
THE CLAIM r
Corner Yatei t Douglas Streets,    ■ U
VICTORIA, B. C.
FRANK 0. RIOHARDS.JI.
testa
TOURISTS' HEADQUARTERS: FIRST
damn In  every respect   Fall/ rap*.
Blled with »ll ComvenleHcci of Mwlen
loteU.   New and Elegant ln ull Ite Appointments,   price* Moderate.
Thin magnificent Hotel Is now open for
the reception of Guests.
irifo pains will be spared by tin nidi
agetnent to make this Hotel plMnsnt an
attractive,       tne, jjj #jjptei
f hos. oMi
MANUFACTURER OF
Bngps, Carriages,
Blacksmitii and Machinist
Kit-isor -llohl^'M^»M|
Ail Kinds of Machinal-
Safes, Mewing Maqhines, fto., ftc,
Repaired.
BLACKSMITHINC
In ail  Its branches.   Farmers'. Loggers'
Mill and Contract Workf Aflflvultural
.  ^^^"B^^if ?;■
Having secured first-clous woKkmeD, we
feel confidant of giving satisfaction.
WWT Horse-shooing a speoial ty.
dw-jlySltc]    Columbia St., Kew Wkst.
0-fflt
___.__!. _™:_3
For I Will Speak.
"Whereas oii cerUIn boughs' 'and sprays
Vow divers birds are heard to sing*
And sundry Howers their heads upraise,
Hall to the coming on of spring*
BOOTS and SHOES
Just received from tho Kast, anil whioh
aro open to the Inspection of the Public
We havo also on hand a stock of
.  Rubber Goods*
Whlcb wt, desire cd.tomcra for at one.
RAND BROS.
ia- -ca*r_*r_- ihokiri,
S3•>»*-tj-*«»9r..as—-erst, C*>Ileei*rs,
JAmtl   Ia»r.M, AsT«—<•<
less stkt VICTORIA: Fort Street,
NEW  wbst:
McK.nsl. i
MINSTER:  Corner
and Clarkson Sts.
*• VASCOUVBR, Conlava Street.
fBOIIjDINO IjOTTS for susle In nil se-tlnns
r Vsuseonver sassU New Woatmlnater City.
_     J.tKttrtt, of superior quality for
.lm m*. Ol.llllsrt.nok. Port Hammond,
aaatxls-r. M—umiisI. Hitin.., Mud Bay.Lad-
-ar*se C-ancllnirr I-ulu Island. North Arm
- Pit*. River.
i jM-t-p* ssncl Plana exhibited  and the full-
b- Information furnlstsedatallouroflloes
fa-Mo
-_3 HAVB APPMfD TO T**K HON.
etas Mlnlater atIdtartorroralloea.e*
cutTlm*i«ron tho   southern HOO scrca of
Island   on rise eaat side of Pitt River,
ktnar f-M**r*3r In saoh of the folio win *: Recta  or Town.hlp 40. New Westminster
-strict, —la: aectlona lil. 14, SB tk 21.
BRUNBTTR RAW MII.I. CO. I.'tcl.
", W. N. KRAPBR,
• Heeretary.
Ic-WWesti: Instor, 7th April, 1887.   il-ptlml
——     -i <w *&m
llill Owners! Others
«V_a"A.*VII*0 BEEN APPOfNTKD MOI.K
, j_ AsenrN In thia Province for a nnm-
bs- off lending tnanufacturern In Canada.
Wo ssro nrepnretl to fu nil ali prloea mnd full
tertlculant of all klnditof machinery for
•Cw Atllln, Rhlnslo Mlltn, Fac-torles,Konn-
■rr-lesi and Machine Rhops, IncludlnnKn*
■ naa and Boilen* a ta tio nary and port-
•bla, lx>tli now and scconcl-hsnd; alaoi
Axes and Kd«e Tools
i
ard ware,
under** HnppllN,
lubber jBslt.lns.
•aalhrr
Subrleatlns Oils.
Imrry *A*l,esla.   „
Irlek   MswIilnM, Ml.ow Casi-a,
lolstlsjst Blocks. Oa. Machines,
fnl-pa* Blooka, l*~*> Tools,
tru.hM and Bi-oom.,PslnU .nil Oils,
b>ollncr>ll. Mhoavthlna Par
BESMmEB——* Monies,	
nhoathlna Pnpor,
Bfs floods, Ir*n Plp'«
;  ma;
LEONARD,
Cavtlava MrtM,
iss wiumrMf ■mun, PSSWIfi
•enl. aniolher .aruetas thk ntinitiwos to
—lentlon. but whieh are generslly found
ln n Boot and Shoe Store.
6E0. H. GRANT A CO.,
Colombia HI. Nov Westminster.
Otttt, by mail promptly al^tal 1*. ;
dwapttc
TEE LEADING
ESTABLISHMENT
Mainland of
B. C.
Crto-I-I Hotel Block, Colnmbia Bt.
HOLDEN.
tAKEN   P0RSKSS10N OP
Temperanoe Iiouse," Irontlnf
 laand Ohuroh Streets, oppustt.
the Episcopal churoh, and now known
aa the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will aeeommodat. the travollng publio
at the following rates:
Board per day	
"     " week
Slnale Meals	
Beds	
...II 00
 6 00
•9
M
aovGood acoommoitatlon for Ladle, and
families. mylto
flpwors for gali
HAVINO TAKEN
---Atom's Building, Front St.
(Formerly occupied by Kyle A Tllton),
IS MOW READY
to serve his customers and everybody
with a. good a .took aa a man want, to
select from.
Sneerlcs,   rr.vlsl.ns,
isware, B..U, Ae.
tho new plaoe, and lot us
UilcUnflt.
0. MODONOUGH.
CHARLES MURRAY,
oLABKBto kraaiT,
ubp. Begliiry OBce, Kew West'r.
Bout, Sip ui Omuntil Fun%.
PAPER RMKIINC, CUIHW, KM.30HININC, At.
WALL PAPER.
io larteit nssortinent of Wall Paper
leOity. comprising newest patterns,
... iy" on hand at bottom prlees. Ham-
J lea on view at T, R. Peiinmu A Co.'h
tore, Columbia RU   Paper bsaglai at
Hpnolully low raten, dseislo
E. HUTCHERSON,
I } MSTRSBRVMi-N 4DEALERIN
fruit and OrHHmentul Trees*
Ladnihw Landing, Bi 0.
mHB BUB80RIB
WISHES TO IN-
1 form tho ncouleof British Columbia
that he has en-tab Unhurt a Naraery at Ladner's Landing, and Ih prepared to fill
all order!* fur Fruit Trt'eH, Ornamental
Tr^c-}, Hhmhbory, Vinci*,, Small Fruits,
Au. Trees Imported or homo grown ao*
eonllitit to the wishes of customers, The
subHorloor hns had a thorough practical
training In the business, and having *
permanent stake tn thn country lt Isms'
Interest to deal fairly with the publtt. lis'
will wait upon the various towns and settlement shortly, and all orders will havs
bis personal attention.
' (sulttc E. HUTCHERSON.
THE INSTANTANEOUS
INK & STAIN
Will remove all Ink or Fruit
Stains, Iron Rust, Grease or
Mould, and leave the paper or
fabric perfectly uninjured.
TRY IT.   PR IC 1,80c.
1.0. tTATIOHEKr * P-tlHTNU CO.
New Westminster, Vancouver & Viotoria
/'.- __*L_________
NOW  EN K0UTR.
ITIHIS HOUSK MAKES ANNUALLY
JL a great roduotion In prices to make
room for tho larscst and best assortment
of Boota and Shoes over Imported Into
this aouutry, Irom tho pftncipal "
*0-fcS'sS*,
600 LINES KEPT ON HAND.
CALL AND SEB MY STOCK BE-
Boot! and Bboet, from Mo upwards.
Fell at Rikber Soot. * Tbb-Ibbi
of all kluda.
forXmaa—
fk
SI LIIM or Ladlei', Mbm' t Child-
-.   M|l*«>^ta.    rj'IJ,.   r,lf)   ,.
WM. ROSS.
WsiUMrtSIAt^aMill.    j
tlwnoljtr
.Awzm
F°
R MATjR-M lama rriasr oats, and
M Ims r.lal.r,.
VANCOITVKR,
•3^zxJi:2!,•"fc0••1*"•,,•,",• iw-M"rt
ESTABLISHED 1859.
RQBT. DIGPNSON
BUTCHER,
Nearly opposite Ike Colonial Hotel,
I™ NBW WKSTMINSTBR
THK LARGEST AMD   CHOICEST
assortment af alt dosorlptloni of
VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, ahd supplied to Fan.
tiles, Restaurants, and Steamboate at tha
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
FOR  S-4LE.
THR I.BA8B, riXTUB
ol IhM.wall-knof
Safe for Sale.
a NO. 10 TAYLOBH SATO in nod
A order; 3lts» Indies Inside; wlfl bs
sold cheap. Apply at tbll offloe. dwnl-o
Shares for Sale;
1 AA 8HABE8 IN THB BRUNETTE
1UU Sawmill do, Limited.
H. L. DeBECK, Hanaier.
Kew West., Har. IQtb, 1887.,     drnlilotc
Land for^ Sale I
lift ACRES FIRST-CLASS PRAlWE
ltv Lantl on Lulu Island, Nortl£A-n,
Fraser River. For partteular. apply ai
.-Jiff-dm'
FOR  SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN the LANS-
lay Saw and Planing Hill: mill Id
good order. For particulars apply on the
premises to H. WEST,
Or, Messrs. DBAKE, JACKSON,
aplSto A HELMCKEN, Victoria.
Farm for Sale.
CONSISTINO OF TWO LOTS OF IB
and in acres (whioh wlll.be wid to*
gether or separately}; 8 mites fnm New
Westminster; flrst-ofass land; abont 38
aeres dyked; balance Pralrl. and Bush;
will be sold at a bargain.
Applyto 0.0. MAJOR,    *
dwmnito NewWestminster,
For Sale or To Let
fo*l
OT 8, BLOCK 9, OITl* OF NBW W-ST-
' minster, ls hereby offered for sale or
let.
This desirable property Is situate on
Richard Htreet, directly opposite the Royal City Planing Mills. There Is a good
stable and barn upon the lot.
For terms and other particulars, apply
to       __   W. NORMAN BOLE,
dmhsaml      Solicitor for Mortgagee.
For
SPAN  DARK BAY MARES, I and 8
or double,
yean old; good travellers: worn single
do""-
1 -ay HsBMt 8 yenrs old; works slugleoi
doublet nloelndles'orgonts'saddle borne;
very gentlo.
11-ur.lMl Baggy) i sprints; nearly new.
I tans of TlsaMav May on North Arm,
Fraser river. .-...••     it
IlkM-MdlSalasoa. I kalMMs. gall
Also—en »i ..e-alal» lateral In
tl.yW.t»C«,W.WJra_„0_
New Wast,, Kov. lllh, law.     dwnollto
For Sale!
IH A880ITBD rfMIH TIEN
PROM _THE_JBWELL NURSERY 00.,
Minn., consisting ol
^whe.
wsaaB
Also—a nice assortment of Carraat aad
■aspkerry Suke., firap. Vtam, 4a.
Will be sold asa whole, or In lota to lull,
and on very reasonable timu.
JAMBS WISE,
mhllwtldto Front Stiwt.
fails British Columbian
Thnnday Ivealaa. April II, INI.
SomethingNewforB.C.
mWO SPLENDID ROAD 8TALU0N8.
JL. fmm tha noted stallion "Almont,"
will arrlvo abnol Hond.y dlnet (ram lb.
dap7to NiwWMtmlnstir.
Brighouse Estate.
A LL PARTIES ARB HEREBY CAU*
A tloned against purebaslng of Sam'l
Hrlgbouieorciccullogmorlaagraon .ny
portion ol Ih. >bov< W-liwIlboutlh.
sanction of Manuella Brighouse, bis wlfs,
Srhersollelton.
apllml     MANUELLA BRIGHOUSE.
NOTIOH
■a tke Nailer »r Ike -Male «r Sa.M
Wells, late .r Ipprr laasu, deceased,
■alril.tr.
,A''fc PpRSON   INDEBTED TO THR
■A: CMalMflkl- hue Davlil We null
-pa-tmoiaipilpfliriiuuli Inilohtnesslo mo
' atTlow^f»sllnTn»ler, II, C, forthwllb.
And nil bertoni liavlng nhilnis against
the said Estate must send tho asm. In,
duly proved, onor Libre lAtb Jnno next.
Dated llllsir.Hi April. A. D., 1887.
K. A. JENNS,
apludmswl Administrator,
IMmtwl
NOTIOE.
8fAlrlCB W HEREBY UIVEN THAT
I I have mndo applicnllon lo ths uhlrf
mmlSHlonsrof Lands aud Works, for a
license lo out and carry away timber from
land oa II. rtiKb .I-I' ol Mali-spin. Inlot.
InthftpFoJlliSobf Ilritlsl* "-•■■'—■-  -■-'
  Uritish Columbia, described a.followsi - ■-'
Commencing nl- n stakn sot nt the cost
mmk
tion six tiundrcil
thenoo north to ..
clial'is, more or lossi _.__ „ 	
edgo baok to place of commencement;
roiilnlitliiKoiii'lli'iuiniul (1000) aores,mora
orless.
A. A. BAXTER.
Nsw WMl., Ist April, IW.
3STOT10B.
■WOTIOB IS HEREBY 01VBN THAT
Pi. 'fcLW-"-" "fl date I will apply
jo Ilie 0hl.f Commissions; of Lands aad
Works, for a I cense to cut and carry away
MinWrli-.m i.fo lowingdMorlbed Hods,
.llnal.,11 In lh. dislrlci oC USTwfiumt*-
stor, and Provlnm of British Columblai
Oommenclngat a posl sst un Ih. ml..
side of Pitt Uke about two milea from Ite
head: thence east 18 ehalna, north N
ehains, west to Lakei theno. along Lake
to plnco of commencement; containing
about 401 acres.        •      ■   '
ALEXANDER McLEAN
«aW.A*Dtl»C4».
New We.lmlnsl«r, Manh 8Mb, IM.
■fcTOTIOB.
TJOTIOE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
gl, we bave applied ta, the MJnlster of
the Interior for a license to ent Mmbfr on
tho following described lands, altauttld In
the dlstrlel of New WMtmlnlMr and lS»
vtnee of British Columbia;
The North-east 10 ure. of Section N,
Township (1), on., In Group Onii' - <
Tho North-east UO son* of Swtlon 81,
Township [71, seven, ln Group One,
The south-east 88 aeres of and Island situ"
Mod m section II,Township (-01, testy
InUronpTwo. .
ROYALCITY PLANING MILLS CO.
JOHN HENDRY
iLimli-
 ."NDRY, Manager
Now Westminster,B. c, AprilBth, INI.
dapgrnl
Every Hu to his om ■■mien
PRA0TI0AL
CHEIKIIST4 DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA STRCET
ton ODLONIAl H0IIL1,
NEW  WESTMINSTER, Bid.
Phjilclans' rrcicrlMloii ui In.
Hr Reclfti • IpMlsllr.
N   a - Only Genuine On*, and.
Otit twantr viva' air—h>n\   mSS
St-day Obeemnee.
Tha proceedings in the house in
rNpeot to 8unday observance ihow
clearly enough that the legislators
of thii province have got rery hazy
ideu in regard to the origin and
proper observance of thb day. Mr.
Prior who want? it to be distinctly
understood that he hag the ''greatest
reapect for all reverent things," do-
aired to give a manifestation of that
reverence ky making it legal to hunt
game on Sunday, and lucceeded,
too, so far aa ttw bill before the
bome waa concerned. The reasons
which Mr. Prior givei for his open
hostility to the decalogue are not
Personal, of ooune,. but patriotio.
t ia for the good of hb fellow uvea
that he thus riaka hu reputation for
"reapect for reverent things." Mr.
Prior will probably admit that
workingmen, of whose cause he ig
the lelf-elected champion, have not
asked ths legislature to be allowed
to use 8t*-day for the purpose of
fishing or hunting. It is, in fact,
not a workingman'a question at all
A week of hard work fits no man
for violent exercise on Sunday. It
ii rmt that the body wanti on the
First dayof the; week to recuperate
it for the aix daya of toil. But man
il lomething more than an animal
and he requires to give a portion of
hb time to the cultivation of hia
higher nature. We are told that
Charles Kingaley, who Col Baker
avert wu a very good man, "ad vised
hb young men to go to churoh on
Sunday morning and to turn out
and play cricket in the afternoon."
Bob Ingersoll would probably do
better uan Mr. Kingaley and advise hb young' men not to go to
ohurch at all but play cricket both
forenoon and afternoon, tf an
hour at church once a week b all
tliat ths .immortal part of man requires, then it ia little wonder if
Mr. Ingenoll thinks there b nothing of the immortal about him. But
why ihould Mr. Kingaley be quoted,
u a high authority dH the question
of Sunday observance. We a'up-
nee there are plenty of men in
England, and u good men uhe,
who are opposed to hb method of
observing Bunday. In what doea
Mr. Kingiley'i goodness consist thit
it ihould be made superior to the
decalogue, or hu thb old authority
for the guidance of life and conduot
Income obsolete! It - just poaiible
that Ha who made man and nid
tix dayi shalt thon labor and do all
thy work and on tlie seventh day
neither thou nor thy household ihall
do any work, knew hetter than Mr,
Kingiley and the provincial legislature what was neomary for hb
phynoal, moral and religioui life.
We hardly think that many will
ears to substitute the declaration of
the proviucbl legblaturs for that ot
the decalogue. It haa, too, been a
recogni-sd authority for quite a
number of years antecedent to Mr,
Kingiley and hu stood the test oJ
tho closest scientific investigation,
and the verdict that it b in accord-
anco with tha requirement! of ths
raco both u regards its present and
future itate, is generslly conceded.
We repeat that it ii not a working-
man's question. He has not uked
the legislature to permit him to ibo
the Sunday either after Mr. Kings-
ley's method or Mr, Prior"! and it
b a false representation to uy that
the liberty to desecrate the Sunday
in the way proposed, b either in the
workiigman's interest or atbb in
liigsnon. With the single exception of Britiah Oolumbia, sll the
other provinces in ths Dominion
sre moving in ths opposite direction
snd with the consent and assistance
of workingman. There are reasons
why thb provinoe has not made the
same progress in regard to Sunday
observance u the others but there
b ns reason for,retrograde legislation such as that adbtsd ky ths
legislature. Nor do we betie-* that
it represent! th% ntblf* asnliisent
of the province. Th, working clai-'
aea certainly .do not want it, and it
looks aa it w Prior and hb friendi
wars trying Uo hold workingmen
reipomlble for privileges they wsnt
ed for themaolves but had not the
moral courage to ask for them, We
trust ther* will not be allowed to
shield themselves behind fain repre
sentationi and that they will be
made to auuino the responsibility
of their acts 'before an enlightened
snd a profeasedly Christian com-
.unity.—KoneoMoer Herald.
NUMBER »3
__■____■■_■
IsniKjamoms Dsrr bring ea dyspepsia aad irregularis* ef the bowili.
Bat only wholasama food, and If the
trouble has not become permasaat-aa
ft li tsty proni to do— try a coune ef
Northrop It Lyman's VsgeUMs Dieoov-
ery ud Dyspeptlo Cure. Thi comhlnad
elfecti astonish and d.llght and suftnr,
who soon beglni to dlgeat will, regain
functional molarity and improve ln
appUltii tke blood beeomn pun, and
seed haelw li fiatored. ■.-
.i*IU*.flM.i-i Jh
TO-DAmVEHTS.
Baltetary Talks on the coercion BlU-eiadstone Heard
From.    ,vj
The first or the C. r. I, blien
Balls.- ■*..»
Tke IMer-itate BIU aad Its HMs.
Bv Associated Press.
8S1KBURY ON THS SITOiTION.
Loxhon, April 20.— Lord Salisbury,
iu an addreu delivered bit night at
Albert palace, tha oocuion, being, ths
Oth anniversary of the death sf Bss>.
con,field, uid the hollow agitatfcn
oarried on during tha Euter holiday!
by the opnoiitiog had failed, and .ink
government llond in Irelsnd facing s
vut maohine, producing terroriam
and crime, against whioh the government intended to struggle with sll ths
powers parliament would grant. Glsd-
stone's imagination dicifsd aim
whin he attompted to prove that his
party'a prospects wire very bright
The present Irish crimes bUI would
not compare in itringsncr with Glad-
stone's bill of 1881. Under the latter
msuure people were impriioned without trial. Thb eould not be done under the present bill. The luppnulon
of crime in Inland did not moan the
lupprauion of liberty. SaUabur*
propheiied thit Gliditone would find
it difficult to gather new recruits.
Hia present adherents had gone too
far to recede.   What hid Gladatone
gained t uked the premier. He gained
0 followers of Parnell, who had been
challenged with having approved murder, and who had refused, or whoss
(riends had refused for him, to enter
Ihe wltnau box and deny the charge,
and thb coune Gliditone approved.
Parnell had been aniited with fundi
subscribed by men who advocated
murder. When a man wu accused in
auoh a manner he wu bound to enter
tha witness box aud deny the charges.
How eould Gladatone g° before Ihe
country auociited with mon who refused to submit luoh a question to ths
judgment of an English jury)
tis "nun" to ss rsosscotsD.
London, April 20.—Ths 0lo6s of
this evening uid that Bigger will sua
ths rimes for libel, and make that
naner'a article on "Parnellitm aud
Orime," of the uriesof which the
Parnell letter wu the culminating
part, thi bull of action.
TIS IHHaSTiTS BILL.
Oioaao, April 40.—The rimes thu
morning reiterates the statement mads
by a prominent importer aome days
ago, to ths o-oet thst if the i-ler-atale
commerce oommiuion return to eu*
send lhe long snd short haul cl.us.
for transcontinental linn the Canadian PaeiSc will put oa a ileamboat
Una between Chicago and Port Arthur
for the purpose of competing for sll
clsasts of PaoUo cout freights.
ths ran BOAT.
8-N FSjWcsko, April EO.-OBoial
sdvien received in thb eity give the
Important announcement that the Canadian Paciflo'a first stsamir Iran
China leavu Yokohama to-day with s
atgo of tea and silk for Liverpool,
The name of the steamer blhe Par-
thb, formerly of the Cunard iteamihip
line. She hu a carrying npaoily of
80,000 tohi, aod hu cabin accommodation! for about 50 passtngen. She
b expeoted to arrive at Port Moody
on ths Uth of nut month, ud on
June 10th will Into that port on her
return trip.
LOOIIXIi TOWASn ABSSICA.
London, April 20.— Oladston.
writu: "latlaoh vary high importance to the manifMtatiom, now in*
ceeunt, of American u well u colo*
nbl sympathy with ths Irish people in
the crisis cawed by ths basiling, in-
aidioua bill it pmsnt before parliament. Apart from particular and
mora or leu formal acknowledgment^
I sm not of opinion it would be proper
to addreu any general communication
to America on thb aubject, which,
however, I notioed and may again
notice in parliament. Still, I am vary
•nxioui the people of thii country
should hive th. mum of understand
ing how much beyond the range of
any aectional impulses this greal
problem extends."
moss runs.
Lonnox, April 20.—The police at
Kief and Odesu have discovered pint!
to kill Ihe cur by blowing ap thi imperial train in the event of the cur's
visiting southern Ruisii.
tis nsHSRin quunoN.
Lokdon, April 21.-The Timet
saya Salisbury's offer to the United
Statu government, looking to a let-
llsiuent ol the fishsriee quwtlon, contained in his dunatoh of Mareh Mth,
bgenerouasndilmostquixotic. "To
do more," uyi the rime,, " wonld be
weikness, snd we sre slow to believe
thit America will refuse to take advantage of what will cost nothing to
accept."
THS IXTSR-STATB BIU.
W__uioton, April 21.-The following telegram hu been received by
the inter-atate commerce oommiuion:
"San Joss, Oal.-New Alemads b
the largest quicksilver producing miae
in the United Statu. Iti principal
worka are in New York, whan its
products oome into competition with
Spanish quicksilver ihippid st low
rain of freight from London. The
prsnnt traneooatinental rats shall tu
out of lhs Nsw York market entirely,
aod will have, eoniequently, a' dlau-
treua effMt oo thb industry. Signed.
J, B. Randau, Minagir." Several
lelegrami have bnn received from
Pacific cout fruit Intimta 1011114
forth the dbutroui onnsequinou
threatened by the new trsnsoonliasa*
tslrates.
. . A ssaioua Bimsia.
Pans. April 21.-M. Behmssbslb,
ap«ial French commissary at Tagny
SormouUl depot, hu bnn arrests?.)!
the German police. He had noelved
nveral letters from ths German police
commissioner st An uking him to
como to thit plan snd confer with
him rsnrding ths frontier nrvioe.
He finally agreed to do 10. While on
hb way to An hi wu roughly mined
S- the Get-in polio, ind taksn to
oreeat, fnm which plan hs wss
taken to BINS, hfetar Zeitung nnt
" Sehnaebilh' arrest ia due to his eon-
nsetion with the entl-Genun agitation conducted by the Patriotio
Lngue, but the people of Tagny Snr-
uoaull declare thu to be entirely untrue, and uy he had nothing to do
with the agitation, The incident hss'
thrown the inhabitant! of Mere and
Nancy into the wildest state ef ea-
■llnsinl - 	
wiu noi aivsvt his xnan.
Rons, April 21,-The vatioan, in.
snjnr WHuirin whsthsr ths .pops
wn bt twee of having a reconciliation -
elwtsd with Italy on th. basis ot re-
nonciation of tha, papal claim to the
temporal power, of the pope, statu
thn the pp, derires pnn with Italy,
bsthn-nnrthMfhtof ahsndooing
tbe rfghU et-thi chanh sr papalrl. ■■
—==s*sesBsa '  •-
E-stern Canada.
Brantford wanta oonneotlon with the
O.P.B.
The by-laws for ths new oourt 1
and oity hsll in Toronto havej
Mr.   Biown'a combination against
Mr. Norqusy in the Manitoba leg—-- I
ture huoollapeed.
Sb John A. Maodonald hu prannt-
ed hb marble but'of the Duke ef
Msnoheeter to ths library at Ottawa.
Oaarlee and Albert Boyd, of Bid-
dulph township, are in jail in London
charged with having ■'tempted to kill
two neighbors.
The Halifax chamber of commerce on-
dorm the action of ths government u
regard, extending trade rebrjona with
the Wut Indiea.
A verdict of wilful murder hu heen
returned against the parte, who plaoed
the body of sa infant in s nosnt lot in
Hamilton a fsw days ago.
» * .
Condensed DUpatehei.
Jamn Ruuel Lowell uiled to-day
for Engbnd.
67,000 emigrants left Germany lut
yoar for America.
The Queen of Servia hunparatod
from bar hnadand.
Ruaaia hu issued s 4 pit oent. Inter*
natJnnsllnsnsf 100,000,000 rooblss.
Ths looleiiuticsl bill paned the
lower houn of the Prussian diet today.
Prof. Thos. Banford narrowly ssnp-
ed saaassination thb morning at Cleveland, Ohio.
Jno. L. Sullivan'i oombidation hu
linn refused ths un of tbe Opera
Houn at Springfield, Ohio.
It b reported that the Atohiaon,
Topeka & Santa Fn sre buying one
million tons of stnt in Ingbndi
Judge Donahue, of New York, hn
ordered that the books of die St. Lwb
& Sen Francisco railway shall bs in-
sp> ' *
People aid Kventi.
Mn. Fmnk'Ini-ib going to Msxi-
00 on an important businue enterprise.
Jamn Gordon Bennett b to he
made a count by ths Pope, says a New
York paper.
Herr Krnpp b going to start s daily
newspaper at Essen tor the Instruction
of hb 20,000 workmen.
Philadelphia-! an trying to find oat
Dr. Muy walker's age. The' gossan
rings from 40 to 60 yeara.
Qesea, Victoria has ordered a com.
plale outfit from Dublin for the little
children ot lhs Duks of Oonnsughb
Bishop Lu, of Delaware, hu lived
10 sm 103 men raised to Ihe Epiaoo*
psoy ainoe hb own eonreorttwn in
1841.
Mr. Spnrgeon'a b now one of some
8,000 British chorchee in whioh on-
fermented wine is uud it the Lord's
Supper.
.. One of the most eloquint prssc-en
in Rome b s Dominican, a oousin snd
namesake of the late Leon Gambetta,
whom he cloulv renmblea.
Mr. Gladatone thinks hs hubeen
influenced by Aristotle, St. Augustine,
Dante, and Bishop i Butler mora than
by any other authors he hu read. -   .
Sir, Andrew CUrk, s . dittingubhed
London physician, nyi thst 70 out of
overy 100 patients in the London hoe- -
pjt.l owe their ill-aulth lo alaobul.
 . • ■    ' '    ..I   ilw
1.1+
S~>,
snd
Tke
Unc'i       	
compounded from the purist drags,
from tho« only which are known to act
upon the OenenSm Orgmt la lUaaba.
I'hay ara first encloaed in an air-tight
eapaule, and hy thb muni made to retain their full strength for years tn sny
climate, Ask ss (or private circular.
A. kl. Hs-aiao A D, 8, CntnstOo.,
New Weetmluteri T. MeNuley, la-t-
ner*s Landing! H. UeDoweU ft Co., Van*
oouven Pimbury ft Co., Kaaalmoi T.
Pickard, Dnmanbtandi A. R. Joemsoo
ft Co., Chraiainusi R. B. RMksrdua
Cowlchaai W. R HeClrl-ey ft Bro.,
Drsg Co., Vsaooavarl J. & Lovell, Yal.i
V.S.M«v, Prhet VsUeyi H. Clark
ft Co., Kamlooaai Lahour ft Co,,
wholeuh agenta, Victoria,   dwadsyl
"Ah," uid tlie conceited young parson, "I hsve bnn preaching to «
congregation of ami" ■ "Wu thst
ths re-on yoo cslbd Ihem bmhrent"
inquired a itroiig-mindsd lady.
1.1/
»nfi i'.'.i.-.-..K'j, Jails Sriti»h Cotambian
noma* Iveo—«. Any 11
m
Msine is moving for., biennial
sessions of the legislature, and the
question is to be submitted to a
vote of the people. The subject
atoms to command more attention
on ths A-antio than it don on our
own ooast, where Mr. Dunimuir's
biennial session bill met with a verv
cool reception. •—-—	
It b stated thst the O.P.R,
while it hu greatly increased the
tariff from ths east to aU British
Colnmbia points, is reaching out for
Portland snd San Franoisco busineu
with rates hitherto unheard of. The
Oregonian nys thst five cars of
machinery from Detroit for Taooma
have just been taken by tbe 0. P. R.
at 60 cts. per 100. Thb b a muoh
lower rate, we believe, thsn hu
ever been quoted on any olau of
freight whose destination was Britiah Oolumbia. The ssu,e clan of
freight oould not be laid down in
this province from Toronto for less,
probably, than $3 psr 100. Thb is
discrimination with a vengeance.
the foundations of good and popular government. In Canada we nro
glad to say th$ same spirit is mani*
(•sting itself.jjUnniiStaksbly. The
lime ia apt ht o% we hope, when
Tt will bo^ujBimftssibte fqr/a bad
man''to fit into parliament because
he happens to be a prominent figure
in a party organization.
C. C. Jacobs, Bnffallo, N. Y., says:
"Dr. Thomas' Ecleotrio Oil oured him of
a bad case of piles of 8 years' standing,
having tried almoat every known remedy,
'besides two Buffalo Physicians,' without
relief! but the Oil cured'him; •"> think8
it cannot be recommended too highly."
Then being imitations on tlio market of
Dr, Thomu' Eclestrio Oil, customers will
see .that they got the genuine.
The quantity of sags* consumed
annually in the Statu is said to be
2,600,000,000 pounds. Nearly the
whole of this ia imported, and the
duty paid on it,is from 11.80to
$2.75 psr 100 pojinds, or about 100
per cent ad valorem. Most of tho
sugar comn from the Wut Indue
ana South America, but it wu recently pointed out in the U.S. nnr.
ate that a large proportion of the
trade of then sugar-producing ooun-.
trin wu in the hands ot Great
Britain. WhUe the United States
takes annually over two billion
pounds of sugar from South America and the West Indin, she nnds
them only nbout $30,000,000 worth
of goods out of $420,000,000 worth
which they import. Thb is one of
tho besutiee of a high protective
tariffi The United Statu takes the
sugsr, but Britain nnds the goods
whioh thb sugar buys.
There b probably no position in
the whole commercial world where
men receive larger salaries than in
railway companies. The Battkesr't
Monthly quotes the following sslar-
in of the presidents of some of the
important Amerioan roads: President Roberts, of the Philadelphia
system, gets $35,000 a year; President Adams, of the Union Pacific,
$30,000; President Harris, of tho
Northern Paoific,. $25,000; Presi
dent 8trong, of tin Atchison, Topeka ft Santa Fe, $25,000; the presidents of ths Chicago ft Northwestern, Ohioago, Burlington ft Quincy,
and ths Ohioago, Milwaukee ft St,
Paul, $25,000 each, then nlarin
are enormous, snd itj-hardly possible to suppose that the presidents
of then roads have twontv-five or
thirty-live timn more wisdom and
administrative ability than many
others who get only $1,000 a year.
Nothing hu been heard Utely of
the loan proposed to be raised for
improvements in this city. We
hope the sohemo will; not.be sllowed
to drop. Unleu our citisens manifest a greater degree of enterprise,
taA a determination to keep "eU
op with the times, there b a danger
that they may get left in the race
There are so many circnmstsncu in
our favor u a city dntined to great-
neu that we have abundant ground
fcr confidence and courage. It b
an old uy ing, .however, thst the
gods will not help thon who refuse
to kelp themselves. Our situation
and advantage! will avail nothing
if we do not take hold of the opportunity within our reach. It b to
be hoped the counoil will u soon u
possible bring forward a well-considered loan scheme It will take
aoms months to bring sueh a scheme
into operation after it hu been pnt
into shspe, and we are now very
near the season when publio works
ean be most successfully carried on.
If anything b to be done in that
direction thb summer, there b certainly no time to be lost.
The New York Wmttu b of opinion that the unt-nient of Independence is making recy aubatantial
advanoement on this continent. In
proof of this belief MS points to nv-
seal notable instaam where party
politios have bnn thrown tothe
winds by penons who have become
dbguted with the "mMhine" end
were determined to adopt the inde
pendent platform" anil vote only
where they believed tho interests of
- the state to Ue Ohioago, for many
-ears governed by a Democratic
' mayor, has just eleoted s Republican to that position, and among hb
most active gapportsrs wen; leading
•embers of the '$&&!!*» •fjarty.
i o*-tk*.dml^WmU*!&*.
aort ot BmUUMirftese-nt, .ha*
. ihb fear elected* ist of Deno*
-Trtie o-osrs l^'WWWiorltiM.
km eeee-trid#;;ip.»: te be
doe to the iisjfy-mm ^hrgriy
miTtf***-****: itsetf' eeerfw-en in
fevor  of too-
m*mb£%fiii>M*^ m
^S^tSs^wustmAm^st
Absolutely Pure.
Thii powder never varin. A marvel of
parity, itrength and wholesomenew. More
eoonomleal than tbe ordinary kim.li, and
cannot be mid In compel iilon wltn tbe
multitude of low test, ihort weight alum
orphoiphate powder*. Soldonlylncr—
Royal Baking Powder Co., ioe Wnll
Sfely
Estate of Kelly Bros.
TAKE~H0TICE.
1 LL PEBSONS INDEBTED TO THE
i. above Estate are notified that Mr.
Jenry V. Edmonds Is alone authorised
by us to receive payment thereof and to
Tvo receipts ror snine,
8. 3. PITTS,
V. 0. SIMPSON,
JNO. WILSON,
Assignees of Estate of Kelly Bros,
dratasto
WANTED
PUBCHABEBH FOB
Isrlne * Ststloasry (aglnei. Boilers, Pomps, Inplroton, In.
lectori, etc,
team Fitters', Ou Fitter.' and Plum hers'
Brass and Iron Ooods, all kinds ol Mta.
Ing HeeHawy, Air romp*-.,,.,-.. Ins*
moll Rock Prill.. Il.il.lln. Machinery,
Drill Steel, Machinery Steol, Picks,
Bkov.l., Iron A Bled *iro Hope, Hub-
her How, etc.,
■attwa* * Caalraetars' antral Sag.
■lies, Bornpers, Can,. Angle and
Bar Iron and Steel, Crow-bars, Portland
- ....    .,„—„.    „.—   'Building
Cement.   Rooflni
Ilooflng <5e
Paper. Flre-prool Rooflng Cement, etc.",
■ru   *   wfmt;—*"— -■■	
Shading, Pulley., t'buel
ers, Leather Belting,
Corrugated Iron BTI
Fork   and   Hammer i
  - ■ -    ., fo-r
. Machinery,
Lathes, Plan-
Pliile nnd
Axe,  Pick,
White OitkfVgal.. lo-jral., ItVgal., ifrgiil.
Kegi, Geo. Ii, Wood 4 fton'n oelebrated
New York Vartilnhei, Chapman Honi A
Co.- FUb Bait (BO klndi), One uew
fWI^-ralKpneMwl^ftWe^-Apply
to FT WELCOMETCcCRADYs'
Meehanloal DmuRMiman A Contractor.
t-rFlannand' speclfleatlonn for Bout*.
Building*, Machinery .tu*.,- carefully pre*
pared. McKenzie ht.
New Weatmlnflter. & C, Jan. 25,'».
dwjaaeto
.P-A-OX-PIO
Hew Westminster, B, 0,
REID ft CURRIE
WMMDTMIMtIWMTUIOF
Farm Wagons,
Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons,
Carriages,
Top Buggies,
Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
Butcher Oarts.
Dog Oarts,
Dump Oarts,
Drays,  ,     Stages,
' AND  EVKKYTHINO   IV i THB
VKHIOLB LINK:
' Seoond-hand Itatts t Ripest Wag-
•IS for sale cheap.
, leaalrlag. Fainting ft Trlnnlng
don. at seasonable prioes.
In all Its Branches.   Estimataa given on
Ironwork and Contracts taken.
Hone-Sboelnt HI fleneril
i Jobbing.
Ws silo keep In ijook to supply tha
trade, Iron, Steel, Chains, Cumberland
Ced, Rone and Ox Shoes, Barrows,
Ina and 'Star; Harrow Teeth, Carriage
Springs and Ailes, and a complete stoek
of Oafrlaee Hardware.
A lot oi ftriUlass PlOlgkl* H»r-
rsWloali_*d.
sWVf* have got the best workmen to be
bad In the oountry, and we Import nearly
all tie stoek we u% from the1-'    -
qnantlyweean olrer Inducer
aconldnotha*. 	
material and work leaving
Inducements to purr.
 .vedOnesome
awspllta
MID * OURRII
HACK FOR HIRE.
rlE DNDKRltONlb has'establlBhed
himself ln tk* city of New Westminstor With a FIKaS-CIgfcs     j-
COVERED CAERIAGE,
Wklck Is .pe. tu Eagageaseals al
very moderate charges.
Orders left atthe Colonial Hotel or sent
by telephone, will be promptly attended
to day or night, stable next H. Elliott's
  JOS.OATE8.
Telephone No. 88. mylte
NOETH
MIJAP
0 01v£_?_&.2jT-_r
Capital, (3,000,000;   Losses
raid, 148,000,000
KntnbllaIse-1 -B.ao*»
Rates as Low as any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
HT ltlska promptly taken, and: Loeni
satisfactorily adjusted.
T.R. PEAR80N,
doo7l« (B. C. S. A P. Co.l AOENT.
INDUCEMENTS
 TOB *H«—
HOLIDAYS
next 15 days.
ALL ItSW 080BS.
BUYING FROM THE MANUFAC*
tureri for cash, I am In a position
to sell at bottom prioes. My Ooodi are
marked ln plain figures and tha pricea
have not heen put up to meet tbe discount taken off. Call and aee prioes hefore purchasing elsewhere.
tr Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
Jewelry made to order.
P.CKAKE.
WATCHMAKER
Oprosms ins Bans. dw*del8to
JOHN S. COX,
immii
ft'DEMI* M
Fancy Jfl
r! COSTS NO MORE TO KEEP UOOD
POwls than It docs to keep poor Fowls.
My Breeding Tone are equal loany In
the United btatea or Canada.
I propose lo furnish Eggs from premium
and Orst-olass Fowls, my design being to
establish a reputation that win last.   -
VABIETIEB OF FOWL".:   -.'...
White et*.tet BlMk Fetish,
Blaek Spanish,
-a_gs_a-a;«,
I>» Fleeho*
OIlT.r Spaaf I.S Hamb-rgh,    .
While awl Brawn L.gh.rai,
HeaOaai,
Light Brahaia., -
niduiil,
Plrsu.lhRHk,
P.rlrldg. Oeehlas,
B.uin mt Ayl.ahar-r Dn.-.,
Tralaaaa Omm,
SPANISH Wr-MB BABBITS.
Cash must aooompany all orders,
Address, with stamp,      .
JOHN S. COX, '•"'   '
dwfeno New Westmlniter.
__m
i- NWIMlHI
THE •UNDE'RSi(3NJ-.-i:'h_s.
just received a large consignment of       |    ,,   ;
Pianos and Organs,
Which,he will sell cheap. These
instruments may be -purchased
for cash or in monthly instalments, to suit purchaser. Call
and get my figures before-purchasing elsewhere^ and it will be
to your interest;
Second-hand: Pianos and Organs for ssle'or to.rent.;.-';..-■■
Instruments may be seen at
Mr. D. Lyal's Book arid Stationery Store, Columbia Street,   , ,
dwmblln   Ts R, PEARSON*
•tTOTICHB.
fh the Stock-holders of the Netc Weil,
mkinsler Gas Company, Limited lio*
pily.
1 MEETINO OF THE  NEWi'WEI
A   minster Oas Company will lie h
at Rand Bros.'. Offlee on H.nday. *«■.
lad. 1881. at 8 o'clock p. m., to take Into
consideration and vote upon the luoreas.
Ing of the Capital Stock from HI5.flOO.00 to
175.000.00.
jj™ o. Ij. MILNE. President!
B. DOUGLAS,
,- J. L. STAMFORD,    '
Directors.
NewWestmlnsterJSi^j'.jssi.  ......
T_.ie.IMil Call. me.       .,'   F. 0.IIX7I
WM McCOLL,
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings.
Groceries & Provisions.
LUKDBOM'8 BLOCK; Columbia: gt.
 dw-austo     	
NIT SAMMWW
NURSERY
Frnlt Trees,
Ornamenlal Trees,
Small Fruits,
And GARDEN STOCK on hand In great
variety.
Everything flrst-clnss and furnished In
good shape,
G.W. HENRV,
dw-delete Port Hammond, B.C.
WALSH'S
TAII.OIIIIVU
EMPORIUM
OolssiUs St-, lew Westailn«er.
HA VING JtlBT RECEIVED OUR NEW
Fall and Wlntef Block, we Invite In
apeetloa of the Snest ssleotlnn of
-aaUah. Sealek, aeraua, Vreaek,
8umNSsi«ft
Ever shown In New We.lmln.tar.   For
a GOOD ni and artistic style wo defy
competition,
dnoaote THOS, WALSH.
Look Here!
fV YOD WANT TO  MAKE  A NICE
To a Mend or relative; go down to STIR-
SKY'S and look at some of those eilra.
•rSlaary bass-las In
Ladles* asd Gentlemen's Gold sad
Silver WktrkM, mains,
iharrns, etc-, etc.
Or If you want • useful ornament for your
house, examine those beautiful s-4.y
ssrlklag I'leefe., wllb oathedral gongs.
He Is selling at BOTTOM PRICES.
Watekes, from ts upwards, all warranled
nae Waleh Besalrtaga Ss-rlalty, and
inshlp guaranteed.
good workmanship g
asriuineinbar thi  plaoo-tl.,-
Stm*,": .i    fi-
dwanayl
•B'so.
Oolumbia 8U. New West,
GUARDIAN
OF LONDON, ENG.
Total M, 118,000,000
lirii.si.Ti
ESTABUIHID IMI
Risks Taken ttt Rates
as Lowas any other
Reliable Ooap'y.
IVftiPEARSC*.;
doane'     IRC. 8.4 P. Co.) AGENT.
w,mimiw.i
' DEALER IN
■"■'■'        jtilaifl Assortment Of/.,'.
DRY QOODS
-AND-
q r oo Emm
^'''   ALWAYS ON HAND.
SaDas- ■ aiad' .feed
' WHOI.EiAIjE AND RET1 tlV
AI. MtUVIUU TO
rt-r tf tans ewr.    .
We mn two stage. d-iiy.anspMi-tsyi,
to »rt Moody, carrying H.K.S. palls.
1 - Aa no liquor or tobacco Is used we oan by
Mmaer-I* bakUa aad earafnl eaonomy
-ariS-M^MlaetieepseWlyl«r.«Nsk -.
dwMWe
Wood .and Coal.
rpHE SUBSCRIBER HAS OK HAWPA
X   large tjotuitity of
BEST \VELLL\GT0.\ LUiP COAL
And an nnsortQient of
CORD WOOD,
Whioh he will sell at lowest rates. Ht
wlH (Une. promptly utiend to all kinds of
Orders left nt Mr. McColl's store on Columbia street, or at my house, Douglas
street,will .meet with prompt attention.
|        HENRY ETiLIOTr,
New Westminstor B. O. JlylOto
is. cnu co.
Wholesale unil Rutnll
DRUG GISTS I
New Westminster* B, C*
(hvinhlOto
oit"_t
GALLERY,
Water St,, Vancouver, B.O.
PIANOFORTES
DY ALL TIIE BEST CANADIAN,
X) Ann rteati, Kieni'li, Uermun ond Eng*
fish mn It i ih.
Full Dotailxiinil Photos of these various
IiiHt I'uii.ent h may be neon on application,
Our $200 Pianoforte H a Marrel of
Ohfapnnsi
Cuiiiiilix'il with (.(.wlTonchnudTaae.
Nothing like it Iiiih evor before been
(iiiiiiftt ut. the prico In DrlMih Columbia.
Wt> uro thu Mole AgeHl* <•■ B.C. for Ihe
Mnkerx, who uro of the hlghentitandlo|
In the Pianoforte Trado,
mm *aG/A.wa
(From m unwnnlH) hy Mown A Hamlin.
Boll Co., Kitty, Dominion, Doherly and
other makers.
Violins,  Flutes, INecoloi, Coicer-
llnan, A HuBlcal Initrumenti
..'/ -■• tieucrnlly.
MRKT HlW.-Songri'TJaneei, Operatic,
Orchestral, Etc., Eto,
Any MiihJi! not In Htock obtained to ordered PuhllHhor-H prices,
Nm leal Neroliiindlse of every description; ull ut lowest cntth pricea,
JOHN ADAMS.
Vancouver, March, 1887s       dwmh24.nl
MwaSBSI^S^K
Canadian Pacilic
RAILWAY.
FRESH WATER TERMINUS
City of New Westminster I
IMPORTANT
Auction Sale
—OF	
CITY RESERVES
—.\ND—
GARDENS.
A PUBLIC AUCTION WILL TAKK
placo at tlie ColOltUI Hotel, in
tlio City of Nov Wrstmlnstor, on
Saturday, 23rd April, 1887,
At 8 o'clock in tlio evening, whsn tk.
following Lots will lie sitlnnltteil to public competition, ill accordanc. with
"Land Sale By-Law, 1884," and anind-
ments thereto, vls,t
GOVERNMENT OFFICE GARDENS.
••Block A.
-, Lota 3,14, 18, 10 k 20.
vibTOhlA (JAEDENS-Blook B.
Lots 3, 4, 6, 0,8, fl, 10, 11, 13, IS, 18,
10,20, SO, 35 k 311.
ST,' PATRICK'S SQUARE-Blook D.
Lois 10, 11, 12, 1,1, 14, 18, 21, St,
28, 24, 28, 20, 27, 28, 20, 30, 31, 32,
33, 34, * 36.
ALICE GARDENS-Blook E. ,
Lols 8, 0 Is 10.
CLINTON PLACE RESERVE-Block F
LoU 1, 2, 3, 0, 11, 14,18,16,17,18,
11), 20, 21, 22, 23,24,28,26,27,28,
20, 30, 31,83, 34, 38 k 38.
ST. GEORGE'S SQUARE-Blook H.
Lots 14, 16,16, 17, 18, 10, 20, 24,
26,20,27,28,29, 30, 31,82, 84, 86,
36, 37,38, 30,40, 41 ft 42.
BT, ANDREW'S SQUARE-Blook K.
Lots 16, 17,  24, 28, 26, 27,28,33,
84,3I>, 36,37*38.
STTlie Lota an mwtly 68 by 182 Int.
TERMH-SSU per ncnt. on the tail o( th.
hammer; 88% per cont. in throe months;
and the balance ofthe purchase money In
-sis months from data of sale.
>   By order,
JAMBS A. ROBINSON.
0. M, C.
Oity Clerk's offlco,
Tlaw Westminster, 5th April, IM.,
ilapitd
The British45olimibian
IX.XJMXX _-_i_»)
CAPITAL - $15,000
IN 300 SHARES OP $50 EAOH.
Fast Steam Presses,
First-Class Material,
Efficient Workmen.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS ONE OF THE
.j- '-'inn »
■•§'      ' Mil Ifl    '
u§' JdllO:
fill
IN BRITfSH COLUlVtSlA.?&>.■
BY MAIL, PER Af-JNUM.
Daily BritW. ^tt-flHaMi -  - $10 00
Weekly British Columbian,
2 00
Leading IwspapoiieMainlaiid
HAVING BY FARTHE LARCE8T CIRCULATION.
BOOK AW) 0IMM«Q«l PRINTING
OF EVER* 0ESeitH»TION
At Moderate Rates.   ■
TOORDER
Persons who h*tfc^atrt^^ proved by actual
experience the ability of the establishment
to turn out first-class work are invited to
send a trial*e»dir^ -
HV   '
*. -■-»*■
*t-s****-mmm
^^mmmmmmmm
A CLOUDED LIFE.
V vera taking down the gallowa In
I'll ynrd of old Henchley, one gray
fir evoning. Nobody knew whether
ioiluoy's wifo was dead or not. Be
upoko of hor. But he had said, just
. thoy put the black cap on his bead:
ay God raise up a friend tor my little
i. Poor littlo Ruth I And let her
■i feel that I die Innocent.'*
, kind-hearted clergyman, going
''across the llelds, thought what a
ad, cruel world this ls, and remem-
too, the dead man's lost words.
,or littlo Kuth! I think I'll atop
iioak to her before I go home," he
: " The child knowa nothing of what
.ippened to her, but It has happened,
lielesa."
with this tho good man turned down
iin street, passed certain neglected
.ea, and paused at ono near which a
of slatternly gossips bad gathered.
«lookod at lilih as ho approached,'
heard from within the house the
if a child, lifted tn a loud sharp cry,
en tho words, "You tollastoryl"
samo voico. In a minute more a
.Sri. with her bright hair all about
i'o, rushed out of tho door, followed
-oman, who lookod half-angry and
trilled. -    i
'h a temper!" sho said.   "But no
■■*.   What can you cspect?"
. Mr. Martin, sho said papa wiil ft
•'    ' Itho
tho hardware man's?" she asked.
"Yes, Phoobe," said Bui
, " Then won't you leave
to be abarpeneAt* said
tlnpffll.''~F'
Butli nodded, and took the knife In her
basket and departed. Bhe was gono a
long while. The tea-table was sot, and
the, pld minister put on bin hat and de-
man; a bad man," cried the child,
'tkm
Has papa done anything
pld—I don't knowwhat ahe did say
Has papa done anything
Oh 11 know It's a wloked
my papa,
Ikr
[
mt have you been saying to this
Mra. Chalmers?" asked the rain-
Ul, sir," said Mrs. Chalmers, "she
her temper, and I thought It was
ty to warn her "
■linst temper? Very propor, Mrs.
i-s," said tho minister. "Tliere is
more dangerous."
woman flushed and was silent.
(1 tlicm my papa Is good," cried the
' "You said you would see him
lay whero he hod to go and live,
em. Oh, Mr. Martin, when ls papa
baok?"
child," said the minister, "your
will not come back, but you shall
vgo to Mm. Not yet, but In God's
A little -vliiloago I was with him."
oolced around on the group.
< were nloue. Ho knelt beside me,
mil 03 n i-lilld might. When we
tlila la wlini ho said:
:iy God rui.-ii up a friend for my
uth! Poor little Buth!'
1 has unswerod hts prayer. Mn.
irs, get the child's hat and such
us sho may have. I will take hor
ith mo, and keep her thete."
ought to be very thankful, I'm
I-," snlil Mrs. Chalmers,with avery
a; "for otherwise, as she has no
e'd go to the poorhouae; and little
hall bring the clothes to your houso
er. It's not much of a parcel,
I have cut up two whole gowns to
er aprons, und given her a capo of
*a Sally's to keep her warm."
llnlstci'sgood, kind wife welcomed
Id heartily, and under their roof
iw lo bo healthy and strong and
her principles wore formed, her
orrected. She was at alsteen ss
.1 well-mannered a young girl as
seon In a year's Journey,
ivcd her adopted father and moth-
honored thom, and she wus friend-
kind to all. But malice and Ig-
are never to be trusted. - Although
5 peoplo ln Honohley called Buth
- girl, the gossips were always
to each other of the fact that
ier was hung, and taught the
the youngor ones, with the ndill-
recopt that sueh folks' children
amo to good—that tho minister
o sorry aome day, and that Buth
would not turn out well In the ond.
sclous of this, good Mrs. Martin
it the young girl to the low quarter
iwn with glasses of jelly or loaves
bread for ths poor old women,
tea and sugar, lid with a charge
a ohapter before ahe cams back.'
Oedney accomplished her Iur
letlmes with repugnance. Hoi
"jB Is my poor Hills grandson that the ha,
'      md," ihrlehel "Aunty Martham,
clared that he would go and meet her.
The street seemed very quiet; he did not
meet the usual people standing about, but
at last he saw them all gathered together.
In a portion of tbe road that divided
the'lower town from the "heights."
On the "heights" lived the gentry;
down ln the "nollow" lay tho poorer
dwellings. A bit of road led undor a
great rock, over a bridge which crossed a
stream which, made' their boundary Une,
Here was a cWwd, slid Roth Godiej- li
tho midst ol it.:, i | '       i J ) ( 7-T .ill
"Oh, papal" she cried men aho saw
him; ana li
hand
ilorti
he hurried to hor, and took her
dear," ho said.
i doad boy, covorcd with
upward with terrible oyeK
'lie cried,   "What does
If la my poor littlo grandson that she
*-'"-1;tbr -—■--- ■ -■	
buflloU
-utm
" tsttflusU.
ie cruel things ware aaid to ber,
e when she was reading to old
arkham, who hid a drunken son
serable puny grandson who wss
e full-wltted, lhe latter glanced
ror before her, calling out:
father was hung, and you'll
be hung, too, Kiss Buth; every.
S BO."
ihalmen, the renr person who
Id so," boied the Soy's ears and
othlng apologetlo j hut Buth was
to stay; she went heme forget-
ve old Aunty Markham her mad.
her Bushed face and red eyes
the minister's attention. The
could not explain It, ao Buth
tloned. She told the truth,
w my poor father mrt with that
dcath,"sheaald, "butoertelnly,
was guilty, It was not my fault,
sard spiteful things before, btr)'
It made me furious; oh I ao fur-
hated the child—I hated Mm.
: I could have killed them both.
I was angry enough - (dr that,
me away with the chapter half
and I forgot to leave the pow-
got until I was half-way-home.'
ould not go back; I will never go
re again."
hlld," said the minister, "the
j a Christian should dp Is lo for-
oneroles. You ar* a professing
; you muat set an example. 05
room and pray tor power to do
then," said Mrs. Martin, "go
t^dghW«.r«!!_
Think how much evil speech
re, and we are his followers."
ent to her room. When she re-
> the study her adopted moUet-
rlsed her to go back to old Aunty
i. .'_ .' - ■
vf horsier of jell* to Uke with
Buth put It Is a little basket on
passed out ot the gate tha old
an after her.     ~^
e. Mis Buth, be joo j*olng past
" Don't tremble so, i
"What does this mean',
It Was MTs. Chalmers'who said:
" It means that the girl who calls you
papa,the daughter of John Oedney, that
wo all know was hanged, has followed him
to the gate of the gallows.'.'   .
And now Mr. Martin saw lying on the
ground a littlo doad boj
lood, staring
" Who la It?'
this mean?'
Jfls
has killed for tolling" hot the truth,
shrieked Aunty Xarkliitu.
Uttering a shriek, the old woman fell
down ou her face In a sort of fit.
"Papa," cried Buth, "oh, papa, 1
came down tlio road to cross the bridge,
and there under tho bushes I saw poor
little Sum lying dead.
" I shrieked, and my basket fell out of
my hand. I held by the rails of the bridge,
anil everything wus Muck beforo mo,
"Then Mrs, Mw-klioiu came, and other
-- '-hoysaaxkjliodSain.I'-l.oh,
»pa."
"Thoy are nll mad, my ohild," said he.
The constable appeared upon the scene
and took tho poor girl in custody.
The trial came, and Buth waa declared
guilty.
Bhe lay In prison.   The dreadful day
draw near.   But She was strangely calm.
Her adopted parents believed her word,
and she asked no more.   .    .
"I was so Bfmidi" she uiod to sir,
"that you might come to think I killed
the poor littlo boy. But I was wlokal to
feel so—you who are alwaya ao good."
Mrs. Martin never left the prison, and
waa with the girl day and night. Mr.
Martin came often. Their hearts wero
well-nigh broken.
Jtetoittco-ittoo, "
fa h«v*. I •hall b* gl*  You
one eat t» Jun§'Miofrii
moBtW ■
, On the morrow the dreadful end would
come.
The following Busineu Directory relate-
only to persona whose advert iuemouts appear In the daily Columbian. It hu
been found true, u a rale, that persons
, who advertise liberally are liberal In their
dealing-, and many persona make it a
rul0 to give preference In their dealings to
those establishment* which advertise
freely, Tho following list ls arranged alphabetically:   „•    „
A Utli. mii.. .....Columblast
.orman Bole Columbia Bt
xiuM A McColl MoKenile Bt
Branch Office at Vancouver.
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B.C.
a™-Satlafactlon guaranteed. .  daplSto
. MEDICAL.
Dr. H. M. Cooper	
Dr..I. C. Honrfereon.
Dr. I. H. Mcljouli	
Dr, DeWolfe Smith...
 Cbureh St
...Chllllwhaok, B.C.
 McKensleSt
 Clarkson St
HIStWAHCE.
W. J. Armstrong [nrs] Court House
H. V. Edmonds". MoKensle Ht
W. D. Ferris lllfe A aooldent] Ferris St
T. a Pea-ton [Ore A life) ...Columbia 81
ReudBroS. [llro*llfe]..J. McKensleSt
Branch Offices at Vancouver A Vie.
Turner,Beeton ACo, Iflre] Vletorla
-Woods, Turner A Gamble
[Are, lifo & ucoldent]......ColumblaSt
HEAL  -STATE AOEKCIES.
W. N. Bole ColumblaSt
Corbould * MoColl McKensle Bt
H. V, Kdmoml MoKensle St
,W. D.FerrlB Ferris st
Oapt. Pittendrigh McKensle St
Rand Bros - MoKensle St
Win. Shannon Vanoouver
Woods, Turner A Gamble Columbia St
ARCHITECT, Ae.
0. H. Clow...... Clinton Bt
O. W. Orant. MoKensle st
COKTRACTOIIS * BUILDERS.
Ackerman Bros New Westminster
ACCTIOHEBBS.
H, N. Rich Ladner's
T.I. Trapp ColumblaSt
AOENTS FOB MACHINERY, Ac.
Fraser ft Leonard...... Vancouver
F. Welcome MeCmdy... MoKensle St
BOOKS A STATIONERY.
DkLyel.... i-.i ColumblaSt
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
 Vancouver
*-. Columbia St
■awhJSf
Hr. Martin walked out of the prison
door with his head bent down, but as he
would havo passed.tho prison doer, •
Jailer stopped him; -\w*
" There's s man Inside dying," he ssid.
"The policeman shot bim In self-defence.
Ho wants to aee you (the mlnlater, you
know)., He'a got a confession to n  *
Mr. Martin tutted slowly bacL	
went with hia hoary heart into tho prims
Stain.   The wounded man lay upon a cot.
e had been taken In the set of burglary,
and hia broath waa fast leaving him.
"You don't know me, mjBS.ffS*
gasped. '"'Yeii uaed to yeara ago. Tarn
Beth Markham, Granny Markhum's son,
snd the father of little Bam who wss
In my way when I wu going to do a good
triok—pick a-pocket, If you must know—
ud called' Daddy.'   I kicked him, but
John Adams	
T. R, Pearson	
PRINTING * RULING.
The Columbian Steam Printing Establish*
ment .'...*..... *. Columbia St
STOVES * TINWARE.
H. M. Cunningham A Co Columbia Bt
GAS FITTINGS.
H. M. Cunningham A Co. ColumblaSt
I   (EWING MACHINES.
C, J, Robson -ColumblaSt
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
W. R. Austin..... FrontBt
0.0. Major Columbia St
vr*. McColl Columbia St
0. KcDonongh Front St
THE  LOCA-i
FISH MAEKET
rMsr Ir, i mm btr w MtMW Nnn
l—HIS NEW FISH MARKET hs, been
opened lor the express purposo of
■'■'--*'-—?, Fish or a>'^      '
    „ kept o'
tallsd at very low prices,
Ingtheolty, Fish of .If kinds ob-
-'" *■   .ept on baud, and re-
'Ing the eity,
>le >lll be ki
The undersigned began dealing In Hsh
In I860, ond knows the business thoroughly, and he ls hen to stay.    ,
Glveusuoell. i- -.: .
dapuio JOHN IBBOTSON.
What »nnioi»ai Isr Antr tm
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
"Treatment by Abiorptlon haa for aomo
— L lifted'by JUHm' "
pie ana efftctui
 feyliiB to Diseased Qimnf,
five-," but in cmos ot KidneyTMserwe and
Kne been rt cognised By Medical Men to
the Uut si m pio and effectual meani
of conveyJiiR to Diseased QiEftO-V'Cnra-
Complaints attendant thereon, miccewtful
treatment wan practicably lmpo**<,.bte until tbe Introduction of the Starr Klduey
Pad. It eontn les« than a single presorlp*
tion and Is Immeasurably mora decisive
and effective than any quantity of internal
Medicinal dosing. Worn Immediately of er
the teat of DUeai.e-.IU curative propertlea
become absorbed by the dliteaaed and en*
feebled Ormni. continuously and directly.
ne required to Insure in return Iheir heal
thy action and original vtaour. lill oom*
fortable to the patient ana nli
effects, and cures when notnl
The Starr Kidney Pad accomplishes positive, decisive malts, A more valuable
discovery as a true remedy for Kidney
Diseases was never mode.--JfeKoof Gazette
, Tke Marr KMaey Pad, manuMctured
In Toronto, li a permanent sure eun for
diseases, disorders and ailments of the
Kidneys. Bladder and urinary secretive
system, or attendant complaint*, causing
pain tn the small of the back, sides, eto.,
producing urinary disorders, suoh as too
frequent, scanty, diflicult, painful	
ifretent 	
cal symptoms,
In.tie—■"-
requent, scanty, diflicult, painful or copious micturition JnablUtyr' *  •
sedimentary urine,
ous micturition. Inability of retention and
sedimentary urine, dropslcr'
etc..denoting the presence!.. ...
of diseases common lo tbe urlnai, _.     ,
tlve organs-known' aft gravel, catarrh of
the bladder and passages; Bright's disease,
diabetes, dropsy, piles, nervous debility,
&«aflp»*	
edbjr A. M.HERE..
A CO., New We-tnum*-,-;   s. au,..
LEY. Udo.r'. Uodlni: it. MoDOWEU,
W. E. MoCARTNEY A BRO.. Vanoouver
and Ka-nloopsjJ. B.-OVBM, Yalei W.
H. MEUAW,*Prle.l V.lleyi H. CfcARK*
CO., Kamloops. dwsegsyl
DRT GOODS.
 ColumblaSt
....Columbia Ht
 ColumblaSt
 ColumblaSt
Hon Marche	
D. Drysdale A Co	
Jas, -Hard A Co	
Ogle, Campbell A Co	
FURNITURE.
W. Prothero ColumblaSt
Wintemute, Calblek-Co Columblast
WOOD * OOAL.
Henry Elliott [Onlsrs left at W. MoColl's)
DRVOI, 4m.
D. B. Curtis A Co Columbia St
A. Peele .*. ..Columbia st
BUTCHERS.
Itobt Dickinson '. —Columbia Bt
FISH * OAME.
John Ibbotson Frontst
WATCHMAKERS * JEWELERS
F. Crake Columbia St
K. Htlrsky Columbia Bt
C. M. MoNaugbten Columbia Bt
BIjAOKSMITHINO  *   CARRIAGE
WORKS.
Thos. Ovens	
Reid A Currie...
,..I...CnliimbiaBt
......ColumblaSt
HOTELS.
Ben-Homo llloldenl Churoh St
>o I Holden 1 Churoh St
llareai'e LRiclinrJsJ Viotorin
, PAINTERS,   Ac.
Chas. Murray , Clarkson Ht
':   -BOOTS * SHOES.
G. H. Grunt A Co.... Colombia Bt
H. Kell Columbia St
Wm. Ko, , , .....Columbia St
TAILORS.
b, Drysdale A t'o,„.,.»,..........Coluinlilo at
Thos. Walsh Columbia St
BAKERY.
A. Diebel Front St
f-- NURSERIES.
'  "■ W. Hoiiry Port Hammond
Hutohenon Ladners
CANCV POULTRY, Ac.
Jno. 8. Cox *. Royal Aveuu.
.-*.;.' MONUMENTAL
TESTIMONIAL!
Vancouver, tSrd June, 1186.
MR. G. ROBERTSON, .'   ,
Vancouver!
Ripresentlag Goldle A McCulloch,
Galt,Ont.
sin.—We ths undersigned having witnessed the terrible hn whioh wiped out ol
-- — "■  ' --.vSij'--
IMPEll_i-.
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'K.
1 Old Bsoai) St. and 11 Pail Miu,
LONDON.
iNSTiTtTriab lsos.
™&mStj_ING #OUSPS* OTHBK
r Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Mahufaoturinjj and Tanning Stock.
Ship, lu Port, Harbor or Dook, and the
Caiijossol suoh Vessels; also, Ships Iralhi*
Ine and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable river, and canals, and
Goods on board sueh Vessels, throughout
Gnat Britain and Inland aod In Foreign
Countries,
ttVSS list OR DAMA6I BI riRI.
Subaeribed and Invested Capital,
*1.6OOv60O STG.
Kates ol Pramium and evary inforni--
noa ean ba obtained on application to
W.J. ABMSIRONH,
Agent for New Westminster.
ASSOCIATION.
CaaraalMOaplMl..
.$I,MS,SM
Full Gov'm't Deposit
HEisji 0ffice, Toronto, Canada
"a home'company.
, Thit, Association' merits, the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
.FACTS:-
Th. Becurl-/ oB>Md to polioy holder. Is
SSS'l'nCaSlda "' c<"n'~'»<lol,,« hual-
Itbasnowhe*UM6( Insurance, bnt the
w«ll*eatabllsh«d lln... hsuce tha policy
hoWsricaanotbe misled astotbeircon-
r£fstat.m.nta to th. pablle can be nad-
ly understood, It. ca>jb alaismsnt .how-
Ing ivery Item of Income and how open-
Moulsaasartaia«lanhualtyfrau
Valuation In which every Item
'la Included.
II.  *    *■-■
w*
eilatenee the young city of	
nn the 18th Inst,, h.ve, .tt-the
amlned the safe, sold by you, soma or
which wan put to tbe most ssvira laat,
having been aurnundsd liy large liaulK
ties of lard and bacon, anil we ttt* plumed
lo, testify to .the remarkabl. Manner In
which everySale sold by yodpreserved
its contents, not only books and paper.,
but also thousands of dollars Ir 	
money won taken out,
tion.  We ean, tberlfai
est confidence, rec"	
oughly Sn proof!
of dollan In paper
L. A. Hamilton,for the
Railway Comnaayi   ...
Mayori John J. Blake, Ml
lanPaelde
'laeUan,
Railway Comnaayi   1
Mayor; John 3. Blake, , ,	
alalrate; Rlch'd. Aleiandsr, JustAa of
i. P,.c«: John BoullbM.Polle.MHli*
Irate, Cltyol'Vancouver) Thomu Dunn,
Juettce of the p.l
——•nrB. Rand,
II1
Johns, Col.;
'      okari
IU-f&ABm?r
Royal Hotel, H. F.K
tt P. R,; J. W. McFarl
lo Vancouver and Bl
Inno. A Co., Rul Eata 	
Ross, Ilsal Estate Broker; Gravely A
Spinks. Raal E-.U Brok.n; R. 0. Per*
guson,ilgr.R.O.P.MIIIs. JdOte
okers; A. W.
Rudgo A Monck New Westmlnsler
^TOTIOB.
IOO
III the Estate of Jennie Kettoua, deceased.
IONS INDEBTED TO THE
state aro required to pay the
amounts forthwith; and all persons having claims against the said Estate must
forward the same wltb In one month from
the date hereof lo thi undersigned,
Dated at New We.lmlu.ter, the  Ulh
dayof April,law.
ilapl-nl        T. J. JANES, Executor.
TIIK   STEAMER
Ladys"
UNTH,   FURTHER   NOTICE   WILL
leave WIso'm Wlinrf, for
Cbllllwhack and Way Places
J**" , V'J-y  .     '-—OS	
TUESDAYS «*t FRIDAYS
At 7 A.M.,
Reluming tlie following days,
Foi1 freight, Ac., apply ou board or to
W. MATHERS,
dinh,lllc On the Wharf.
"1 ahsay, bats, * biifl handy: lent hll
throat," Mid the dying man.   --,
helollowedme-JthSbrldge;   I waajna
rage, snd I always hsve s knifo hem
awear to thst   Is lt any good praying
(or raeV"
He was gone, asdttey_garrled the poor
snd moreover ths —"ther, whohad
.•^WSSjp^pr yt »
KetWatMd. '
' LlttlsPMl had always menttotednteh
member ol ths family in his evening
prayer, but the other night bs left oui
Ue brother I"
His blaok eyes Osshtd WIQ, the answer:
"There's no room In my prayers lor
this ^mm__mma__mMmTis_t
wnpuc
iLliTifflnrSyii
AKD sMHims,
if.,      I     ■• '
Flre, T,ltf, mie
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
Printing Company
ent _
Insurance.
Marine
Dominion Express Comp'y, Id.
Isilern Canadian
*Hk Notes
Bought ami Sold.
■;.*£-UOt.DM.MA STRKET,
il———_—■—ill
,W!7^ft
4MU
ON IHB lOTH OF JANUABY, 1(87,
the  CoLtnisuK  Newipaper and
Printing Conoom was purchujj by a
joint stock company compoesd ot clt_.ni
ot New Westminster, to b. known H tba
"British Columbian Printing Co.,
Limited." Tke concra hu been (or
nearly a year ownad sad eontrolUd by
tho Britiih Columbia Stationery and
Printing Company, of Niw Westminster.
Vletorla and Vanoouver, The object of
tho now company hi to os-tlnaa the Bob-
lleation ot the British Coldhbux newipaper anil carry on a general printing and
publishing concern, eontrellid mtlnly by
those' whose individual laWnst It will be
to promote tha development, especially
of tbe Mainland. Than will .he no
slackening ot the energy hitherto deployed in the management of Ufa ekttb-
lishment, and ill palrons may rely' upon
receiving full value for their ineaay.
The Colombia- will continue ta b. <a-
tinly independent in both Dominion and
provincial polities, and will devote Itaelt
to the sdvaneemeat of snch schi
may be oonsidered lit' the publio "
The concern ls nowentinly separata Iran
any other busineu, the hook S-d
stationery establishment in this oily
having been taken over by Mr. T. ft
Pearson, who will continue tq earty It on
in his own name and for his own bsneSt.
It la deetrable that a dally nempapar
ahonld be maintained In thia city, and
the new eoinpany asks for puhllo patronage pn the ground that It b engaged hi
an enterprise calculated to promote the
public welfare. It asks tliat tlu, Co.-
OMSiax be Judged oo It. own nlrHs dad
supported only so long as Ita policy Is
enconslstt with ita professions. In eon*
sequence ot thb bulla**! chaag. all ao*
connta due thi' eonoem muM ba Mttbd
without delay so that tha books ol thi
former company maybe adjusted and
dosed. Address all eommunleatloiia asd
remittances to
D. BOBSON.
New Wiatmliistsr, Jan. 38, ISH.
ulstsV
ItaproSUanUbtritmteduponan.,_..
Kab a basis, Tha proats to oa. claa. of
(ley bolder, an not laisaned lo live
f*l*H«l*,lo aoj• o»b« elu., wEleh
melbodatbi-Js superior adv.nuiuover
lhe uniform bonui plan of distribution,
UkwalCeMHieuaS'le -aaMe-eea-A
navel.
J. K. M«eDONALD,
Managing Director.
T. R. PEARSON
Agent, Hew Westmlaatm
. JsMauMllanalei
Opposite the Colonial Hotel.
Men's, Boys' * Chit'
dren's Straw Hats.
By calling and making an inspection
of our SPRlf ^GOODfe, you trill find that
for Price, Quaility and Elegant Designs,
they cannot be equalled elsewhere.
Dressmaking on the Premises.
%PAgents for the Domistic Sswing Mactiine Co.
WALKER  fc SHADWELL,
dwap6tc '. "j'iKbw Westminster, B, C.
OOI_"CJ*^4_3I_f_, STBEET,
OTew   TTVest'r,  B.  O-
B1ALIB « IlfrORTM III
DryGoods
GLOTiriNG
GROCEfflES
TDBT RKCEIV-D OT DRY OOODS,
A NEW STOCK
In .11 shades and material et DRE88
OOODS, Including Cashmsns, Herlnoa,
SUks, Sattas, Black and Colored V.lve-
tieniud Please- CXyrT0N8(blsaehad
sad unbUaehed). UH1N0S, BUT.
TONS, HOUjASDS, Ao. Ony, White,
8earlrti»dCh«ikedK_A»I»KIil. LA*
DID! GLOVES, in Colton, Wool, Silk
sod Kid. tadlM Marine smI Lamb
Wool TMta. J-RSBYS, ill pricM.
Hoelery, Muslins, Disper Iriih -Ims,
Brllllanti, te., Ac.        ,
Men's Clothing!
For  Quality, Style, Fit and Prlee,
can't bs touched,
mws nnmisniKfls
In every -Inc. Cotton, M.rtno and
Iv-ool Jjaderwear, Whit. Sfifrts, Cuts,
Collars, tlloTM, Braces, Cajdigan Jack-
ets, Ac. Also, Cotton, Merino, Cash-
men, Lambs Weol and Knit'SOCKS, In
ayeatvarlity.
Also, HATS and CAPS,1 Ladles1 and1
Gente' BUBBRR OOODS an.l UM*
BRItUiAB.
Ih Honse Fumishiif Goods
Carpets, Rugs, Window Poles with
Rings and Mounting!, Window Holland
(Buff, Green and Striped), Damask aad
Cretonnes, Sheetlsgs, , Towels, While
Counterpane., Blsachsd and VabUaobad
Tabl. Linens, Nankins, Ticklnp, Blank*
eta and A—Sic-dowa Quite, Tabl. Cloth.
«dCo.«-
' IN OROCERIE8
Bnrythlsf 'ound In a tiet-elasi Istab.
Ilahmnt, and none but ttie but. Canned
Ooods, Fruiti, Meata andVegetabl--.
IfealeaarC-eaiiSeaAa. I Aeatlwy
lh.as n keep Ikca, kai I MM ye* Ik.
kesl aad at Ike mrnlprtM tb^rcM k.
MM«l,laMye«|M«*si«tMt*t»wi''
o-as:
I--V.T -fe_A__SO-_ft___rTS T2T;
& Silver IfatcMs, Biamonffl
;;:;    BRACELETS, PINS, LOCKETS.CHAINS, M.
Also a large  assortment of   SILVER  PLATED   WARE
KNIVES, FORKS, SPOONS, ftc
t3F All Goods guaranteed to-be as represented.
C. M. McNaughten,
dw-jaigtc Colonial Block, New Westminster, B. C.
-.TOTIO-S.
VOIICK IB HSRSBY GIVBN THAT
il M days alter date, we Intend making
application inUieChled'omnleslonrrol
und. and Works for parmlaslon to pur*
— - -mMf |,„j, „, j-j-.
waa. IN aeres of llrabw Ikn
Sound, described as 101 lows!
Commencing at a peat wt on the North
ahon of Tbornboroush channel, near lu
head, thenee North soohalns, thence West
a chains, South M ehains; thenoe Eut ta
place ef commencement.
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
JOHN HENI1RY, Manager.
Mew Westminster. Manh 1st, |—
dmhlml
'•«nsu
nh let, IMT.
6.1. AekerMM.      t. lekerais.
ACKERMAN BROS.,
CONTRACTORS! BUILDERS
IslsnaHi Uvea ea WMkaaywkifelis
tk.Oly.r ,'natry.
PERKECT SATISFACTION  GUARANTEED IN ALL OASES. -  .
We have come to stay and person, ess*
templallng building will do well to fae us
before giving their contracts.
dwmhaitc Xa«Weelariisler,ae«ll.
n-otiC-Sj.
vroncE is HKREin- oivbn toat
1*1 thirty day. nfler dale wo InlanAaak-
irig applicnllon tn tin'c;ilef CommlMlon-
er of Lands and Works mr a lea*, fhr ttm.1
bcrlngpornoaoao'llK l.>ll»«ln|.lemUUt
land,, sllnatc on llic -ist side of Hnrrlson
ijake, up a enek aenenilly know»-aa
Twenty-mile Creek, where a stake has
been planted on the wiiior*sedgenr ibe
creek about onemll. from Hnrrlson LiUfR
thenee running In a amih-easterl* dlrep*.
tion forty (Wl ebalns; Ilienee Ih a northeasterly dlrccllon eight hundred (MIJ
ehalna; thenee running-In a norlh-mt-
erly direction forty (4M chains, more or
less, to the wateKs edge of said ereek;
thence following the water-, edge of creek
eight hundred (HO) chains,men orless,
lothe point of commencement—contain*
ISg three thousand two hundred (an)
aeres. mon or less, and to be known as
^iim^miii-tak^w^
n m Umll li. i*om«ses-IB»
;e has been planted aboul one
arrlam Lai. at the *aU#a
1 creeki thenoe runnli    •
_ly direction forty (401"
mlng inanortr
hum
Hen eight
  ondrsd (MO) chains: thwee
^;l%%.^n."n\,i,rc!,"ii*.J'.rt.<i5
»>il»b*te-£5SSft
toui.point of commencement—containing three thousand two hundred [KdoJ
aens,monorless. ,jA1|-.«_i«-
" Va«eo«tet,B.O.,»faWl{l^YI*
dmhlTml
MANUFACTDlWRII AND DBALSIW IN
ALL KINDS OF rCRNnfUH*.
REMOVED
SS-To shop lately occupied by II,. Deny,
Columbia Mteek
Call and aiemln. our seta
We cnU be
befon baying.
In tbe eity.  Re;
WHITE
18 KlUiCt!
jijOniQr.i;!io-) i
xJiiU 1" wii
„7edin-!M-.-'i
['ilgtn-o) lioA'f
lo iIo-tin~> erb
BAVIKO 8BC0RKD THB AGEHCY -
tor thh 'deWmitld Maeklne, 1
IdbepM-alM Hsd eseea trial to
aay Meata dseiroesot narohasing. Tke
Maehlnii are sold on their own merits.
Evety Machine guuanteed by the Company tor Ave yean. .
C.   J.   ROB80I«»8
Prait, CoBf«ttM«nr * F«noy OU*-
-, ifiw'ft CMte'.tnbffe.',(
CeliaMs M-      • -    Is* Vsst.
-,,:-'   <u.iic ,- , ■
sj.ooat l Printing I
nent,ColurablaTit.
THE DAILY COLUMBIAN
i-si-ih-p
(very Afietaeea exa.pl Sasday.
■.-■sswt mm        N    .    ,|'.
Iiiiiik muhsian miamaafMisain (UMirlt.1
At the Coma
tabllsl
Delivered In the City daffy.. -25c. per week
Mailed dally, oue year ••?•«>
Nailed dally, si* months.  6.50
amniiwi um rii thi miu.
Traasleal Adv.HUeaseats.-Flrst insertion, 10 ets. per line solid nonpareil; each
•ubi*iuentoonsMuUvelnMr'iM,2ot_per
lla.. iJ«nl.em»al. oot ln.jrle.1 t.ety
day,low.pert»f*S>iai-io. <
Studies ai.MM.eaaa. - Regal..
■SleM. or Prelw-lon.! AdT.rllMinen.U
will bs neelved atlollowlnjrratw
iWuA'irtn^r
mon! 10 per cent, will b. added.
Special Ketlees among nading matter,
90cS. per line eaeh Insertion. Specials
.ailing attention to advertisements, loots.
'Births, Marriages and Deaths, tl for each
Insertion; Fou.mLN<*lpos-ln connection
wllh deaths,Nets.baeh insertion,
Aucttea Sales, whendlsplayed.cbargod
«~*iw ent, lees. tJM.trapslafit ajvle, H
mild, eharged at regular transient n
rates.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
ImaeA every Wedsmiay Neralag.
Delivered In the City, per year.,..-..»»tJW
Sailed, per year...
.lied, fl months.	
muv Mnrniin wo.       ' -
Traasleal AdveMlseaaeBts.-FInt insertion, loots, per line solid nonpareil; subsequent Insertions, S eta. per line,
SUaAlag AAverlUeaseats.-For 1 Inch,
tun per month; a Ins. 12 per m.; I Ins. KM
per SJ; 1 eol. 11-75 per m.; If Ininteffnr
Im. tban 9 moa. lo per cent, will be added
to th.se rates. ■   - ...
Special notice, among nading matter,
OU. per line «-eh InMrtlon.
Can must be all metal.and fprlargeout.
an extra rate will be eharged. No advt
Inserted In .Itber Issue for less than tl.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
ForSale(2).......
New Restaurant..
....A. Leamy
.Mrs. McHefi
f iiilg §ritish Columbian
Ikaniay Bvealat, AprU II, ISSI.
Wonld!
Would that once mon we might meet,
thou and I—
Who so long parted are—upon a shore
Where tireless waves are striving evermore
Thereto—where Hireling cui-iews mournful cry;    .fe'
■fust thou ahd I—two figures pausing
lone       %'
All solitary Will the silent sky,
Tkat (rial might speak and great tean
lood the ey.,
Aad naught but nature hear the long
pent moan,
There, to the accompaniment of the sea,
With voices shrill with pain our woes
we'd tell
Till wind and wave with oar lament
would swell,
Would blend ia one vaat chord ol agony;
For but one balm remain! to thee and
au
To aaae our hearts-* common sympathy.
Chilly weather.*
Read to-morrow'a Coumiuit.
The Triumph has arrived in Esqui-
mault. g
A new lot oi Ledtee' Jeneya to all
shades at J. E_uf.i> <fe Go's,   dapltts
The Samaoa ia Wuy "moving snags
near the mouth ot the river.
Suburban lot of fifteen sen. for
■U for 9500.   Applyto Rand Bros.
A choice lot of printed Lawna and
Muslim at J. E-u-tn ft Co'a.
dapWtc
Id another column it will beieen
that a valuable piece of lsad is
■ale.
for
Clarke, propristor ot Concordia Hall,
to Victoria, haa been arrested for
forgery.
The Langee Broe.,professional di**
era, came up on the Elder to examine
the hull of the Hexioo.   -;     -
ladies' snd ChUdiwi'i Sflk Tafleta
and Lisle thr jul gloves in all the lateet
styles at J. Eu-in - Co's.    daplfltc
Striken ihould remember that spring
chickens will not bs muMpliid bjr kiff
ing Ihe heni that lay the ere*.
The Ottawa Jta Prat says that Mr.
Donald Chisholm is the t-Uest man in
the houae of commons at Ottawa,
See the card of Alex. Hamilton elsewhere to thii paper. Mr. Hamilton il
a tlnt-elaia workman in every respect
A new weekly paper, the Northustst
Coll, hu made iti appearance to Calory. D.M. Nsltry is editor and pubis the eaat tbe C.P.R ara doing an
immune freight business. The carrying capacity of ths oompany ia taxed
tolteutmoat.
Swing's Uncle Tom'i Cabin Company disbanded st Port Townsend,
aod several of the troupe an said to
be out of funds.
It Is reported that then ia a lusbi-
atoaa veaael off Toughs), County Cork,
Inland, waiting tar a chance to land a
cargo of dynamite.
It ii proposed to establiah a national
museum at Ottawa in commemoration
of the Jubilee yeu.  Thestgial-a
ii an excellent one.
It U announoed byscivatedaepateh
By reference to to*day!s dispatches
jt will be learned Uut the firat boat of
the new 0, f. R. Pacific linen left
Hon/ Kong yeaterday, and will arrive
, in VancoOTSr about the 18th May.
Mr. H. V. Edaonds haa let the contract for the pile-driving for his new
hotel to the San Franoisco Bridge Co.
The work will begin at once. Already
men are at*orlt preparing the piles.
An item appeared in this papor somo
time, ago to the effect that Mr. Car-
micnael intended opening up a hotel
at Wharnock. Mr, Carmichael informs
ua that he inttads to go farming instead.
We understand a determined effort
ia to be mads to prohibit the uae of
salmon .roe to catching trout in the
lakes and riven of the island, as the
use of thii destructive bait is exterminating the trout.
Thne hundred immigrant* passed
through Ottawa laat week for Manitoba
and the. territories. Fifty-six . were
booked f«r Britiih Columbia, and 244
Britiah immigrants remained in Mani
the number are
tobe.
Scandanavians.;
Out weet there is evidently much
real eatate booming iu the air. The
Kansas Oity Tunes remarks: "At
standard pricea, if a nun can collect
the Kaniaa City dirt that is flying
around the streets, he will realize an
independent fortune."
. In another column will be found the
card of Mn. Jennie McNeil, who has
opened out a new restaurant on Front
st. in the premises formerly occupied
by Mr. Carmichael. -Mra. MoNeil will
spare no pains to make her restaurant
firit-daas in every respect.
lt is reported the Canadian Paoifio
ia making a strong bid for the dry
good! trade of San Franciaoo, and
bare mado a through apecial rate of
W.50 per IOO pounds on canvass, cotton warp, cotton yagns, crash, drills,
duck, jeana sheeting to bales and alio
cotton piece goods.
The Dominion government have decided to place the lite of the futuro
city of Banff Hot Springs, near the
Canadian National Park, on the market
at an early date. Plana are now being
prepared and will be forwarded at once
to the land ofllce at Calgary and at the
Spring!, where purchases can be effect-
The fastest time ever made on the
railroad botween Sacramento and San.
Franoisco was made hit Monday mom,,
ing by looowative* No*. 86 and 154,
drawing the second section, composed
ot nineteen can of baggage of the National Opera Comany'a train between
Daviaville and Suisun. Twenty-seven
milea were run in twenty-aeven minutes.
A email party of fishermen from
Newfoundland passed, aaya the Jlfani-
toban, through the oity on Monday on
their way to Britiah Columbia, where
they intend to establish a colony and
engage to agricultural and fishing pursuit*. They will report on the pros*
peats ot the Pacific ooast, and if favorable there will be a general exodus of
Newfoundlanders to the western seaboard of the Dominion. A Urge number will migrate thia season on the
strength of the accounta already re*
osired from the coast.
A Lima Peevioui.—The Ull
granting permission and1 fight of way
for ths*ailway from New. Westmjn-,
star, %. O., south to -jthtf WhetConV
county boundary line, passed recently
by the local governmont at Victoria,
has been confirmed by the Dominion
government at Ottawa. Thia remove!
all obstruction and guarantee! Bellingham Bay an oarly railway connection,
with the Canadian Pacific—llcveUle.
We are not aware of the fact, We
hope, however, tn iee the statement of
our contemporary verified before long.
The Burnwo Qoisimn. ■— There
wos a fairly good audience present at
the Skating Rink last night to hear
the lecture by Rev. Robt Lennie on>
"One of tlio Burning Questions of the
Day." The burning question proved
to bo tho proper training of children,
which is certainly one of tho most important thnt could bo discussed. The
lecturo waa an excellent one. Mr. D.
S. Curtis occupied the chair. In con*
■equonce of the ovangeliitic services
to be Carried on next week, the Y. M.
C. A. will not have any entertainment
next Wednesday night.
 -. -. ,	
v. Tan EvAKQiiUiaic Mission.—Tonight, at 7:30, Mr. Heme, j thi evangelist, will address a meeting in the
Methodist Church. This ia the fint
preparatory meoting to connection
with the mission about to be opened
by Mrs. Hainpsoti-Hemus.. It is specially intended for Christians, but all
penoni are invited. To-morrow night
n similar meeting will ho held in the
Baptist church. On Saturday night
Mrs. Hampson-Hemus will addreu
the third preparatory meeting, and
tho mission will be opened in the Drill
Shed on Sunday evening.
Hoi
[■fitting boots and shoes cause corns.
oway'a Corn Cun ia the article -.to
Get a bottle at once and cun your
to Cincinnati thst ths
of ttat dty.hu baa-kaftMsd by ths
king of Italy Mr a**** to art
Renumber «•oo-cert In ths Or_
Shed to-night, «-kr ths suipiosiof
the Church of Man- Pregismme
at 8 o'clock.   j-SEonSOet-
J%——iaseon 01
of great bi
Towaahia.
idelceSTll
brilliancy
Pa., on
umiiiat-*
Ahsge meteor of
fell to Shensngc
Monday night   Ita
ed the oountry for
From Ottawa it la npesM.
teasivo lurveying om——ass '
carried onintheNorthwwlsi
ish Columbia daring th* incoming
Aa ax-waitsr, of Delmonioo's, Nsw
York, hss just died leaviag an estate
«{ ffoo.OO*. This speaks eloqueaUy
ior Mw dppi-t syitTOlnDtmocntio
A strik* u-ong *^dp*Ah»irers
ll to fttmtm Knlghti of Labor In
that city are sated to boycott ill hoe*
^s^fflm^mm-ittt^
fA-Tlriiaila will*, take notice that Chi*
^T^Swfcg. *t* •_* •»'«»
SU_W«r-0»»im.
Ii Hs Hsss 1-JSeetern papen contain deipatohea that Kiaune,"the California senaatioo," haa fled to thii
province,   .'iijj
The SsHAToiwair.—The Viotoria
Km*, thinks aemtorshipi should be
paned around, and opposes the reappointment of ex-Lieut,-Oov. Cornwall.
ii'     » —♦ *—
Indoctid.—The Preibytery of Co-
lamba todtMUd ths Rev. T. O.
Thompson into the pastoral charge of
the Presbyterian ohurch, Vancouver,
hut night      —	
: - M-Misss Ihcuasiko.—The number
of the rilles are iteadily increasing.
At last night'a drill about 30 were
present, including quite a number of
recruita. Under the new captain, E.
8. Scoallar, the company promiiei to
prosper.
    ,<. ——
Baiaar.—The Church of England
basaar opened in the Drill Shed at
noon to day, and during the afternoon
It wai viiited bra large number of
citizens. The dupl.iy of articles is
very fine, and it will repay an inspection. The basaar continues open tomorrow, r- Tin
 . -. -» ,——
AssssrsD.- ■ Policemen Peirce, on
the inforraatim of a aiwaah, united
two Ohinamen 'Wday oh a charge of
stealing blankets and rice from a
parly of Indian* who are encamped nn
the hill oorth of the city. They willi
be brought up in the p. c. to-morrow
morning. '         ■
Ohiiuwhac- PaxuTTS-UKs.—Ths
Bar. Mr. Thornton, Vanoourer, conducted services twiea st Chilliwhack
laat Sunday for the Presbyterians in
that settlimint. Fortnightly aeriico*
an to bs kept up by ths ntnieten of
thkeityt-d Ungley lor a f.w weeks,
■Md trpjllatsr arrives from the ent.
~      .'-..' ''
lEQl's EXCTSSIOH. — On
it ths St Oeorge'a Society
(ire their Hxcunion to Pitt Lake per
str, Qladya. Evsrything is being
doaetoroik.theev.nl as enjoyable
aa pouible. The oommittee hava re*
asmd ths right to refuse any objec*
Monjfcle pertiit a ticket.   Thin sre
' a few tickets left, snd intending
(Men ihould leean one before
thsy an all sold,
'    . -»	
Whim, Thst Sit.—A glance at a
plan of the new house of commons ro-
veals the nrioui situations of the B.
C. msmban. Mr. Chisholm, our own
msraber, sits' in the opposito comer,
on ths lift hind of the speaker, almost
aa far diitant horn that Important per.
snugs as ths could noillbly be. Mr.
Mataoocuplca a similar position on the
right hand Ofthe speaker; The remainder of the B. Cf. party—Messrs.
Held, Baker, Bhakeapesre, and Gordon,
th* lower
'Milks right ot ths ipeakerat
end ofthe house. <« >-
Bseviiy.— The New Westminster
Columbian thinks the name of ita
home city ii too long for a busy person to havo to write many time! in a
day, and wants it shortened by  drop-
Eing the word " New." Itilsowinti
adner's Landing shortened to plain
Ladner. The Viotoria Colonist thinka
the idea a good one, and that the best
way to bring about the change would
be by the press generally adopting the
abbreviated names, when thi publio
would follow suit. The -Tounuu concurs, and is ready to adopt the new
order when the CoLtiMBiAS revise, its
datelineii and sets the example.—
jBI'mie JViio-iiol.
 1 •   *   9	
Don Thievss.—Mr. Ay Uio, who
keeps a hotel in the raid between thi!
city and Vancouver, il the possessor
of a valued apaniel dog. Yeaterday a
whito man and a aiwaah, on their way
from Vanoouver to Weitminiter,
■topped at Mr. Aylwin'i hotel, and on
leaving took the dog with them, Mr.
Aylwyn, on missing the animal, immediately drove to this oity for the
purpose of securing the dog, but, teeing nothing of the culprits here, he
quietly informed the police, who kept
a lookout fiir the fugitives. Last
night Constable McBroom secured the
dog and sent word tn Mr. Aylwin today to that effeot. The police alio
know where the guilty parties are,
and if on Mr. Aylwin a arrival he
may wish to hare them prosecuted,
the authorities will not be slow to
have hia desire carried eut. ■.
Later—Tho*. Hunter wa* arrested,
charged with the 1 theft; and brought
up before T, C, Atkinson, P. M., who
dismissed- the cue after hearing the
evidenoe.
—	
r, Builmso Socbiy.—A meeting, of
the Westminster Puildi* S*iety lias
held in tho Court House at li "o'clook
yeaterday evening. Mr. Figg wu
called to the ohair, and Mr. Cowper
acted u aecretary.' The meeting Iked
proceeded to elect officer! for the society, with the following result; Mr.
Alfred Smither wu elected aecretary,
Mr. John Sprott treasurer;" "
W. A. Dunoan,' John Bend*
Figg, J. 0. JaJque»*and 8.-H.'Wchb
dinoton, and Mr. T. 0. Atkinson solicitor. The meeting adjourned, to
meet again Wedneaday, 10th inst., at
the aame hour and place; During the
meeting 30 shares in tbe looiety were
applied for. Anyone wishing to obtain shires can do lb by applying to
the seoretary, who will be found in the
ollice of Van Volkenbutg & Bro.,
Front street, or at any meeting of the
•ociety.    i  ,'
If your childnn are tronblsd with
worms, givo them Mother Graves' Worm
Exterminator; aafe, sure, effectual. Try
it, and mark the improvement ih your
child. ■'■"
Pergonal.
.J.C. Armstrong returned.(rom Van
oouverto-dny.
Rev. C, Watson returned from Alder
Orovo yesterday nfternoon.
' Mr. Leydcii, igent foi1 the Sari
Franciaco Bridge Co., ii in the city.
At  the Colonial:—H. J. Harvie,
Rio Vista; J. BanAermam, Kamlooi
S. W. Curtia. Viotoriai tkW' * *
Vanoouver. lu .
ffiommtinitatiom.
Vnnconver's Vutln.
J Editor Columbian.-.In your lut
Daily issue appear two items, which!
are worthy of a little comment The
fint is the resolution passed by the
Vancouver city oounoil asking the Dominion government to build immigration sheds at that place, snd alio.to.
appoint an immigration agent at that
eity. The next, which follows, is an
Hem from the Calgary rritmne, from
the pen of Mr. Pomphrey, who recently visited that fut young rival of
Victoria; He says that "many labor-
en and mechanics are walking the
street! of Vanoouver, (idle I suppose),
end that lhe 6or» arl *sttt}int %->
night" What liu the vancouvor
counoil to offer tho immigrant, if., they
happen to como there 1 Evidently they
may feed them on "hiikey, for, according to alt. accounta that is the itaple
CommiKlity at Vancouver. -1 .would,
not'lw astonished if the ne^tt request
will bo the removal of ,tho aeat of gor*
.rnmentandiUlooa^atV^wa»nv-.
—Ynnn, Ac;        Jakbs Kainntiv,
' The-D«|fl.;.--',';..
Walter Arkenhead, an old and inspected citizen of Nanaimo, i* dead,
Major-John "A. Blaine, brother to
ex-Secretary. Blaine, died nt Hot
Springs, Ark., thjs morning.
Thot. Harris, a young man of great-
promise and ability, was killed in one
of the Vancouvor Coal Co.'s mines
yestorday morning by it heavy mass of
coal falling on hiin.
' .'        .'. .»>.;■ —'   '
Mrs. A. Nelson, Brantford, wri.es: "I
was a sufferer from'Chronic Dyspepsia
tor eleven yean. Always after eating,
an Interne burning sensation in the sioni-
aeh, at times veay distressing, caused a
drooping and languid feeling, which
would list for aeveral houn after eating.
I wa* recommended by Mr, Popplewcil,
Chemist, of our city, to try Northrop &
Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and Dya*
peptlo Cure, and I am thankful to say
that I have not-, been botter fer years;
that burning sensationand languid feeling u all gone, and, food goes not lie
heavy on my itomaah. Othen, of my
family have uaed it with best results.
JT. PAUL'S CHURCH. Services ev
5 ery Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 p. M. In
Ee Churoh, flu John street, below Royal
ery Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 p. M. In
Cbureh, at. John street, below Royal
avenue. Seal, free, all era oordlally In
vited.
Sunday School at -SO t. tt.
(leato)
Iflt-ODIIT CHURCH, Mary St.
Jyl Rev. C. Watson, Pastor. Services at
Ii u. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday School and
Bible Olass 2:80 p. m,    -        	
Thursdays at 8 p.m.
oordlally Invited,
. Prayer Meeting on
Seats free; strangers
Je7-to.
QAPTIST OHURCH, Agnes Street,
D -ut of Mary Street. Rev. Robert
Lennie, Pastor. Lord's Day Services at 11
 iy ---        	
Sabbath Sehool and
         _.__ p. m.  Alt seats froe;
strangeni oordlally welcomed,   d-deillc
a. m, and 7 p.
Bible Class al 2iS0 p. m,
VnlOH LODGE No. S, A. F.
M,—Th. regular Communications of this Lodge are
.    .    , held on the flrst Monday ln each
month. Sojourning brethren are cordially Invited to attend
PETER ORANT,
fe33*to Seoretary.
A UHIOH
* A.
munlo
held oi
Mn. IS, Morrison, Fernham Centre, P.
Q., writing about Dr. Thomu' Eclectrie
Oil, says; Oeorge used it on his son, and
it cured him of rheumatism with only a
few- applications. The balance of the
bottle waa used by on old gentleman for
Asthma, with the best results. It acts
like a charm."
IfYouWantaGoodMeal
—G-0 TO—
■BB. JINXIE MCNEIL'S
NEW RESTAURANT
'   •* Vrpat st—et.
dapllml
i'T'     ,-? ■",
FOR SALE.
ACRES OF GOOD FARMING
- -.   Lands lu tho* District of New
minster. Will be soldlnMlsto suit
purohasen. Terms Ensy.   T™^
Apply to
ANDREW LEAMY,
dwapalml MoKensle stieet
FOR SALE.
Tke K. i of Section 8, Township 8,
Diitrict of Slew Weitminiter.
THIS LAND IB WITHIN A tf OF A
mile or the Yule Wagon Road, with a
nod Home and Barn ereoted thereon.
There li also a small oKhard la bearing,
with so aoreB under mas. The Umber ls
crab-apple antTvine-
Apply to
*le antfvine-maple. Terms
dap21wS
ANDREW LEAMY,
MoKenale*Btieet.
Piano Tuning.
Jyl  will visit New Westminster shortly,
for a lew days. Ordera for tuning may bo
left at LyiT's Bookstore.
dapSJlc GOODWIN A JORDAN.
B. C. Monusontal Works
CHURCH    STREET.
ARBLE AND GRANITE WORK of
all kinds.   Call and Inspect bofore
tiling Island tiapltnl.  I leave my
„- tn speak fur Itself.  N. B.-!«o np*
frenllces cnipl*7«4.       . *, t',-.'",
dwaplStc ALKX. HAMILTON, t
Municipality of New
Westminster.
NOTICE
NOTIOE.
NOTICK 18 HEREBY 01VF1N TO THE
Kate -payers of the City of New West*'
minster, thai the Assessment Roll for
1887 Is now open for Inspection nt the
offlee of the Oity Clerk; and thnt n Court
of Revision and Appeal will i>o lieut at the
Council Chambers on tbe 16th day of
May next, at 12 o'clock noon, to hoar
any complaints against the assessment
for the present year,
dap2«d    7X8. A. ROBINKON.C'.M.C.
LITKOQRAPHED PLANS
—-•or TUB—
Town of Calgary
p
tu
(•OR SALE AT THOMSON HUO"..'
T Bookstore, Vancouvor. B.C. Price—
UM). u-tu-th-sn-w2
Mm & Fancy Cakes
- -^00 TU—■'
A. DIEBEL'S
FRONT STBEET,  Opf. C. P. N. Wa*«F.
i   dseSSte .
Royal Golnmbian Hospital
 Jay Jtvealu Bay »rd*l8SJ,
 -.-nBeeeptlbUef Keports of tbe Board
for tStlr O-anol.l ye.r, and lUe eonilder-
allonofthe advisability of banding the
Institution over to the Oovernment.
,        -**       V .JtitSSiim,
»e# Vesttnlns'ter, AprtM>,,Ya»ir Uapft'td
iGuartUan Cojsy)
FH«W«.        -MIM,.      KWIMKIIIO.
Fook Wo
(9      ■.'*'•     DEALERS IN
, Employ ment Office.
UliliitolWiiwrCletelMtlfcoBHe
. dmhaami    .^j  i if. ,i»|i
XJffV. HAVE APPLIBDTO THE MIN-
>V Istor nf Ind'i-lor for license to out
timber on the foi lowing described tract of
land In New Westminster Dletrlct:
Commencing nt a stoke marked B on
the east side of Pitt Iiako, about two and
one-half milea from the head; thenee east
half mile, thence north one mile, thenee
west half mile, thence south ore mile to
point of commencement; also the 8.W.
}4 section 17, township 20.
BRUNETTE BAVHIUj C0.,L1>„
dap2ml By W. N. Draper, Secretary.
ELECTION EXPENSES
QF +. J. TRAPP.
Advortlslim nnd Printing,,,,,'**-,,,,
—     —Tis	
.._        „.|1W?6
Hire of Ralls  25 00
Travelling Expenses  86 10
Stationery, stamps and sundries  24 00
•so. as
I cortity tlits to bo correct,
D. S. OURTIS, Agent,
New Westminster, April 2, U87. daplml
T    YOUNG MEN'S
Christian Association!
IN THE SKATING KINK at 8 o'clock
every Wednesday night during March
and April. *   .
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 201
Popular   Lecture!
BY REV. ROBT. LENNIE.
Subject—"one of Ihe -urnlng Slues,
tleas erilir Dny."
Ko Admission Fee.--", collection will be
tnken up lo defi-ily expenses.     dmbStd
New Westminster, Coal Harbor
nnd Seattle Route.
THE STEAMER
(J. W. TARTE, Master.)
Witt LEAVE SEATTLE EVERT
Thursday Horning at J o'clock, for
New Westminster and Coal Harbor, via
Port Townsend and tho Islands; arrives at
New Wostmlnster on Friday forenoon
leaves, for Coal Harbor ubout two houn
afterwards; lenves COAT, HARBOR Friday Klfkt for Scuttle.
Fart lo Sealllc 84.ee
Freight ner ton,. 4.SS
Special rates to merchants.       aplOtc
MUSICAL
St. Ann's Convent,
NEW WESTMINSTER
FOR SISTERS OF ST. ANN
—ON	
Thnrsdnj', April 28th, 1887.
-riaxsTs,   -   »-*
Children undor 15, Half-price.
Performance to commence at 7:30 p. m.
sharp. depute
New Westminster
CI
THE ABOVE WORKS  HAVE BEEN
opened In the Building formerly oe-
onpieil by Morgan llio Barber,
Ono Door Went or Dickinson's Bit*
cher Shop.
- Call- nud inspect our work and obtain
prices. -'
Wo nro the only practical Marble testers on tlio Mainland.
Always I n stoclc, a good assortment of
MONUMENTS,
HE.U1STONES,
MANTLES, Etc.
RUDGE & MONCK.
Now West., April 18,18117, dwapllte
Delta Stock Yard.
_ADNER'8 LANDING.
ISTOT-O-j  oa*
POSTPONEMENT'SALE
}N CONSEQUENCE OF TIIE   LATE*
ness nf the leosnn the FIRST AUO
ION In tlie above Ynrd Is postponed to
Wciliicsilnj, June Sth, I88T.
*    Tin* pr-m'tit I'titrh'H Include
75 Head of Live Stook
—Am) iv Lnrge-^—
Assortment of Implements.
Further particulars ln future advertise-
ment.   .
R. N. RICH,
nplMKl-w'Jw        ,        Auctioneer.
Sale of Work
IN AID OF THE
MISSION   FUND
Aran >■ a im.
Children's Olothlnic, Fancy floods,
Artistic {.Mm,
Selected by Mrs. HIM'oo In England.
Doors Opon at 12 o'clook, Noon.
REFRESHMENTS
CONCERT
Thursday livening, April list,
Admission to-Cnneert, 10 esfiUi Boors
ssjennt MM. dapUM
MEW GOODS
We have just Received arid Opened this
Week large shipments of New Spring
Goods, assorted as follows:
Fancy Dress Goods,
Black Dress Goods,
Dress Trimmings & Linings-
Printed Cottons&Ginghams
Dress Muslins & Piques
Black Silks & Satins.
Lace Curtains A Counterpanes.
Table Linens. Nankins A
Towellngse
Kid Gloves, Corsets & Hosiery.
Embroideries* Laces A Edgings.
Collars, Cuffs _, Handk'ch'fs
Clolhlug, Hats, and Men's Furnishing Goods,
Carpets, Linoleums, OU Cloths and Mats,
ALL OFFERED AT VBRY OLOM PRIOU.
D. DRYSDALE & CO.,
April 2,1887 H Oolumbia St., New Westminster.
JUBILEE YEAR 1887.
Just received in our Millinery and Dress
Department, the Newest Designs from London Dlreot, consisting of
NOVELTIES IN HATS.
The Battenberg, Lady Churchill, Queen's Jubilee, Norfolk, Chandos,
Rutland, Suffield, Pagoda, Marchioness, Ellen Terry, Purl, new
and striking Sailor Hats and Boating, Picnic and Sun Hats in
numerous varieties.
ROBE COSTUMES.
Silks and Striped Satins. jA-g^ttes, Ornaments, Plumes and
Trimmings qf all descriptions.
Great additions have been made to our usual heavy Stock, in
every Department, including Men's Clothing and Furnishing.
JAMES ELLARD & CO.,
MT _3COTT«__
SPRIN6&SUMMER
1887.'
1887.
Call and give us the
pleasure of showing our
Stock, whioh is now complete in every department.
06LE, CAMPBELL & GO.
dwapllte
d. h. McMillan & bro.
CITY ROLLIR FLOUR MILL8,
•wxw-r-ap-M*,       *
Qu'Appelle Poller Mills.
atrf__i»a]__Q ■p-.Txo-r,
WAik ler leltllMl Iruil, llinrlH and RtTOIf Bikers, awarded,
DipWaod UetSsu al th. Colealal Iial&tlt-, Lendnn, Rhk.i FHral Vrite at

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