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Array Son A £ B Davit
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I VOXtrtffl 2
NEW WESTMIUSTER, K 0., WEBNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 8, 1887,
• irTOTras:
. OPTIOB-Ol.rfcton Street, opposite rear
eatranee of Colonial Hotel.
! B«8IJ)HHC*-AinsB MVUMMiltk' new
BsptlstOhnreh. „
OFHOB HOUM-fo iLBl.toianooni 3
totiandlHOIo.lii.nl,  , ,       dnaiotej
I.*-
at, MACLUAX, B. A„ «. D., 0. M,
omOBl MeKenile Street, next door to
IW1MI*
BMOlKllCEl AiaeistreitTtblrlnnMo
from Mary Street.
a to tl 1:10 to 8.
¥T M.COOPB«,B.A.,M.D,,
PHYSICIAN « STOOKOrT.
 j.m. OalU In town and coun
try promptly attended to. ■ .■|,f«8as
pOBMCU) «t HtCtHL,
•^r^BW^**l!S{jr,
w, B. 0. Jytldwto
„     BOUOKOBS, STO
ansVsneouver,]
t
O: AVKIHIOB,
BABBMIBB, SOLICITOR, Ac.
HcKentl. Street,
dwfelOto      '   «ewWeittnintter,B,"0.
Tjl A.JBHHI,
BABBISTER-AT-DAW,
Will commeuoe business on the lsi of
July proa*
OBlee at th. offlee of H. V. Edmonds,
Esq., Mnekentte Stmt ' dmyaito
tTT   HOBJtAB MLB,
; ;'., BAtto»niii^aii^if,i^
laadAfisi.   .'.!<.'';      Uon.ytoLosn.
Columbia St., New Westminster, B.C.;
and TitloWt Bloc., Cmble St., Vaneou-
Ter, B.0.1  i I 5 51   It'll M!M
I*-*
_..'-. .. AMHJTBOT,
shh
MA. J. Hill's Offlee,
dwfegtc
MeKensle St.
CH.A.LOW,
.     .    lui-.iflNitj?:t.; ..Vi.'i
A*BC^P?I|JftJ   .;
&tVat&.rm**'*t™m
(I APT. MtTBIIDBlaH,
LAND  AOENT, 4C, AC
ColumblaStrtet,
d-dtllo Near Crescent, N. W.
m /, •BAPP, '
AOOTI0NMBA»Di*PBA»MB,
MuBUa.8tr«)t,.......--Ntw WestnUntttr
All eommlstlont will receive prompt
ud esnful sthnllon. Belt references
given wheu required. mhlM.
,9f
LAMB, BOUSE ud SBIM LM
Real snd DeM Collector.
Willi 8Mb tUXM MB Bill.
Btrtr.nl. Cess.
OFFIOKi-Ferrlt Street, New Westminster.      '•■ •    ■      '■ rtUt
RAND BROS.
DBAl, B.TATE BBOKBBIi
OsaTlysassrs, O.U.el.rs,
And laeatsaee Af.sl.,
Offlee. it VICTORIA: Fort Street,
NEW WESTMINSTBBi Corner
**»«..id U.rUpnRu.
VAwCoirvBR,' Cordova Stmt.
BUILfllrfa LOTS tor tils In all sections
.1 Vanoouver and New WeeUnlneler Oity.
PARK LANDS ot superior quality for
sale at Obllllwhack, Tort Hammond,
UnilerjJtliiil.SunfSS, Mud — •
ner's 'JWairVlti M*>nd7 N.
and
Rubbw Bellini,      Ate, .nd Edit Tool,
HmeriTrri.ii,       liuildtn1 Supplies.
ll!li!"!te'.WWpi'i'.'
sstlM.al «latk..   • |, ctdir. MisM,
SBBbtf
> *«'Mi>iiAyiHw tor ' "
North British and Mercantile
insurance €o. ror Mainland.
H.C. BEETON AGO.,
M Flntbury Circus,
•it        London, B. 0,
Ysttiat*>u.tltallr*ei
VICTORIA, B. C.
faAWKO. RICHABM,J«.   ,-.■•;•   Lllltl
TTaare.
BSS.r'rAw'S.Hlega,
polntments.  Prices Moderate.
This magnificent Hotel Id now open for
the reception of Guests.
•afNo pains will be ".pared by the management, to make this Hotel pleasant and
attractive.    '  - doeSto
BARTERS; FIRST
espect   rail* sap-
'■TeDleafet of Moden
New and Elegant In all ltiAp-
THOS. OVENS,
MANUFACTURER OF
BiLMtes, Gairiages,
':"^r^-Gr03JTS.
All Kindt of Maohtaery, Patent Looks,
Safet, Hewing Machines, 4c., to.,
Repaired.
BLACK8MITHINO
In ail lta branches. Farmers', Loggers',
Mill and Contract Work; Agricultural
^&.aW«DSrair?e
Havlng-secured first-class workmen, we
feel oonfldent of giving satisfaction..
mm* Horse-shoeing a specialty.
dw-JlySltol   Columbia St., New Wiwr- \
SXStAJA %&B.
Ftp:I Will
Whereas on certain boughs and sprays
Now divers birds are heard to sing,
And sundry flowers their heads upraise,
■. Hall to toe coming on of spring.
AFORESAID BIROS HAY NOT
be able to
:ej but If
.-,jak In: the English language; but if .they oould. no doubt you
would have heard ere this of the splendid
assortment of
BOOTS and SHOES
Just received from the East, and whioh
are open to the Inspection of the Public.
We have also on hand a stock of !
Rubber Good*.
Whioh we dtslrt customer, (or it once.
Alto, on bBndiBsaTsBF.UiB.Bsrs.
iUHIs Blieklsi, Fretek Drtuisi.fla.
. Bsskerft.
tlly found
GEO. H. GRANT t. CO.,
Co|.m.lsf»v |    n>Vl*Wntmlntt.r.
Ordem hy jt.ll promptly attended to.' {
, dwaplto
THflEAfllH
ESTABLISHMENT
—o» the—
Mainland of B. O.
Coloklll Hotel Block, ColiuMa St.
$io!oqo stScick
NO^'ENKOC
m •'■■■
mHisjousBMAKia annually
  and Shoet ever Imported Into
his country, Irom the principal Houtet
of Germany, France, Oretl BriUin, tht
United States and onr great Dominion,
.00 UsfiKOT"'81 HMD.
CALL AND SEE MY  STOCK BE-
FORK YOU PURCHASE.
PootrJBf llrOcVtam Wc urwtrdi.
Velt«Kiskor eoodi « Tin-Tii
OOME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLDIN,
tTAVUlO TAKEN POSSESSION OF1
XI tho "Temperance House," fronting
oncolumblaand Church streets, opposite
th. Eplsoopal Church, and now known
as the
FARMERS' HOME!
Will accommodate tb. traveling- publlo
at the following rates:
Board perday. ......„„...„,„..»........II00
"     " week ,..„....„-.-  5 00
Single Meal    85
Beds v    25
asVGood accommodation for Ladles and
fanuilat, mySto
' Flowers for sale
c.
HAVING TAKEN
Inndbom's Building, Front St,
(Formerly occupied hy Kyle A Ttlton),
IS  NOW READY
to serve hit customers and everybody
with as good a stock at a man want, to
select from. i'
Bry Ootat, oreeerles, Pr.rl.leas,
awkrry, «iitsw.re, Bests, Ac.
Oome and tee the new place, and let us
know What you thick of It
dwooioto c Mcdonough.
CHARLES MURRAY,
OLABJKSON STREET,
0pp. Beglitrr Ollee, New WeM*r.
•MnisWM,tUZIM,
WALL PAPER.
The largest usortment of Wall Paper
In the City, comprising newest patterns,
always on hand at bottom prices. Sarn
ies' on view at T. It. Peanon A Co.'s
ritort, .Columbia St.   timm ksssts. it
specially low rates, dselsto
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERTUAN * DEALER IN
Fruit and Ornamental Trees,
UDNura Lawoino, ■■ q    11
rPHE SDBBORIBER WISHES TO IN-
J. form the people of British Columbia-
that he has established' K'Nursery at Lad-
ner's Landing, aud Is prepared to fill
all orders tor Fruit Trees, Ornamental
Trees. Shrubbery, Vines, Small
Tr«e«, Shrubbery, Vines. 8m.ll fruit".
Ac. Trees Imporle.l or home gJDwn .c>
cording to the wishes of nustomm The
ling to i
lerlber
hat had a thoroni
training In tbo business,
permanent, tttkt In-thee
Interest todwl fairly with,
will welt nsoslherarlos
tlementi shortly, snd all
hltptmonu Mtattta,
inUto
HUTCHERSON,
New Westminster
of .11 kinds.
Tim
81 LIdm or Ualet*, Vluei'* Child-
Mi'l BOOtl.
WM. ROSS,
Oslsslsl Bewl Bttek, Otamsls ».    ,
dwnolttc
 v. n'lJijtU
Cream i Fancy Cakes
A. DIE BEL'S
rRONT aTWWT,.qg,c. p. it. Wtuay.
'■jiPWv^mtify
This powder'nover varies. A|marvel of
purity, streneth and wholesomeness. More
eoonomloal than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold In compe Itlon with the
mu Kit tide of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only In eans.
Royal baking Powder Co., IDS wall SL,
New York. Sfely
TO_LET.
8 ROOMED HOUSE ON AGNES STR'T.
Rent-Sir, per month. Apply to
'dmyllte       HENRY V. EDMONDS.
i4
Safe for Sale.
NO. 10 TAYLOR'S SAFE', in good
. order; 21x20 Inches Inside; will be
id cheap. Applyat thlsomoe, dwfeUUo
FOR  SALE.
O'
NE-HALP INTEREST IN the LANG*
v> ley Saw and Pinning Mill: mill In
'£<$, Messrs. DRAKj!,»AOm|ONT
JpTlic^       tfHEEMCKMNVVIctorll,
Farm for Sale.!
CONSISTING 'Ot TWO fcOTS OP 165
and 160 wires (whleh will be sold together or sepnmtely}; 8, miles Irom New
Westminster; ilrst-Gluss . land;. about 25
acres-dyked; balance Proirlo nnd Bushj
Will be sold nt n bargain.
Apply to O. O. MAJOR,
dwmhstc New Westminster.
For Sale Cheap.
gitilg f riti«h €otembian
Wednesday Eveslag, Jsse I. Ian.
0^
B 12-HOHS&POWER PORTABLE
_ Engine; one Soros>cuttlhg Engine;
Lathe ruins, swing], nnd a lot of Lathe
Tools; one American Drill [foot power,
geared]; one Hydraulic Punch A Shears;
and a rot of other Tools. Apply to
WALTER BLACKIE,
dwmylTmt City.
THE ABOVE WORKS
opened In the Bulldli......
oupled by Morgan the Barber,
On. Door Weil of Dleklnion't Bit
cker Shop.
Call and Inspect onr work and obtain
prices.
We are the only practical Barbie est-
ten on the Mainland.
Always In stock, a good assortment of
MONUMENTS,
'   HEADSTONES,        ■■  .
MANTLES, Ete,
RUDQE & M0NCK.
New West., April 18,18s7. dwiplltc
EBtiBlUHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKlNSOlil
BUTCHER,
Hnrlj ffpoiK. the Coloiltl Hotel,
NBW WESTMINSTER.
THS LAEGB8T AND, CHOICEST
' ittortmtnt ol all detcrlptiont of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, ud supplied to Fun.
Wet, ReitannnU, snd Staimboatt it the
-'. ;i'?
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
NOTICE.
Is
l. BUter .f Ike sslal. sf BsvM
Wellt.l.le.rilptcrtasMi.awe.ted,
lBKal.lt.
ALL PERSON INDEBTED TO THE
Estate of the lite Davlcl Wells, must
pay Ih. amount of eueh IndebtnssiM me
st New Westminster, M. C, forthwith.
And ill Jnrtoni h.vlng claims igtlnst
the nld Etntt must tend the stmt In,
duly proved, on or leforoleth June next.
Dated thl. uth April, A. -  "
splldmswl
April, A. D., 1
LX. JEN>   .
Admlnlstmtor.
WOTipB.   .
JirOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Ft, I have made application to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
i'nTan? SX! Sli'eX/r.cr'.ll.l."?.'^^
sltnited it Howe Hound, New Westminster Dlstrloti .... -,
Oommenolng it a slake on Ihe north
shore of Thornborougli Channel, north of
Ekln'sjoint on Oambler Island; thenoe
8orth H ch.lns, west W ohalns, south to
i. shore line, thenoe along shore tn place
of oommincoment-oontarnlng about sou
acres, more or less.
IWW^^gX
R. J.RICKMAN.
m
For Sale!
1 SPAN I)AttK BAY HARES, I and 5
X yean old; good travellers; worjc single
ordoubln.
1 Bar Howe. 8 yean old; works single or
double; nice ladles'or mnts' saddle hone;
very gentle.
l t'seated BiMTI 4 springs; nearly new.
stonier TtsnTO^Ayoa NoriH Arm.
Praflorrtwer. ' -
>S bbls. HaM latasan. sfealMAlH, Salt
■almon Bellies.
*™ w; J. FRENCH.
Now West. Nov. Uth, IW.      dwnoUW
For Sale!
700 A880BTED FHUIT TREES
FROM THE JEWELL NURSERY CO,,
Minn., consisting of
■sninicr Apples,
■wft
inter Apples,
Pews.
Also—a nice assortment of Carnal nnd
Baipberry Bushes, Cirape Vines, Ac
Will be sold as a whole, or in lots to i ult,
and on very reasonable terms,
JAMBS WISE.
mliHwtldto ' ' Front Street.
NOTICE.
WANTED TO PURCHASE 20 OR 30
Cords of No.-! Aider Won.1.  Aliply
to W. R. LEWIS,
ilwmyL'ml New WtttmlniUr.
NOTICE.
T HEiinnY .or
I    Intend nmkli.n
Chief Commissioner
for pcrmf   '
veyod islr
River, lyl
I, and cos]
May3,lMK
Hast come Here.
Persons believing, or affecting to
believe, that there Is any likelihood
of the proposed railroad to connect
the Northern Pacific and Canadian
Pacific roadi, crosiing the national
boundary ut any point other than
Blaine, will at once perceive the
error of such an assumption upon
reflecting that connection with the
Canadian Pacific can only be made
at ihe point whire a charter granted
by the Oarmdiari govornnient will
allow it to be made, and that the
only bill before the Canadian parliament bearing upon American-
Canadian railway connection over
the British Columbia-Washington
Territory border is the one introduced by Donald Ohisholm, of Westminster, This bill does not call for
a charter from the Canadian Pacific
to the American boundary, but from
Westminster to Semiahmoo bay.
Semiahmoo bay. is very large, and
lies partly in British Columbia and
partly on the American side of the
border. On both sides of the line
are fine town sites, and the bay is a
common harbor. A railroad might
be built under the charter applied
for in Ohisholm'. bill to connect with
a line of Puget Sound steamers at
Semiahmoo bay and also tap one of
the finest agricultural sections in
British Columbia, making it directly
tributary to Westminster and this
could be profitably done regardless
of any connection at the boundary
line with anything. Canadian-American railroad connection could then
be made by the construction of a
road from Seattle to Blaine. And
under the charter asked for in the
Ohisholm bill this is the only connection that could be made. Hence,
or at least until another bill of different import i. introduced into the
Canadian parltuheluV it, is i<"B to
talk of .railroad connection with the
Conadiin Pacific at Fort Hope or
via ihe Nooktaok. Previous to the
opening of the Dominion parliament we expected application would
be made for charter, that would
permit the construction of a road
from Seattle to Fort Hope, and another from a junction at some point
in this county with the Seattle-Fort
Hope line to Westminster. Under
such au arrangement locating the
Westminster branch via the neighborhood of the upper Nooksook
would be possible, though hot prob
able. However, the promoter, of
the scheme in British Columbia
have seen fit to make their application for a charter in a form to compel the Canadian and American
connecting roods to meet on the
shore of Semiuhmoo bay if they
meet at all. And that the action
was a wise one is shown by the refusal of the Dominion parliament
to grant a charter for a rood to the
boundary line in Manitoba, showing
the policy of the Canadian government in the present parliament, as
in the put, to be to disallow railway junction, with American roads
over th. border. The Ohisholm
bill is much more likely to pass in
its present form than it would have
been in any other, If it pastes, the
projected road from Seattle to the
boundary, by whomsoever built,
must oome to Blaine to meet a Canadian road; if it doss not pass, a
Canadian-American junction cannot
be made at any place, at least until
after another parliament.—fliWne
Journal
.^«t\^m,:mKm<^^:.
TBE SUBSCRIBER HAS ON HAND A1
Inrge'qnnntlty ol
BEsnimiMTonuipiM
And nn assortment of
CORD WOOD,
Kfl'atoVi^'atSVffla^o?'
Orders left utMr. McOtill'sstortonCo-
lumlilii street, or nt my hollso, rJouglnt
ttrteL,w,IM uiool wllh lmimpfcmention.
'   , HENRY ELLIOTT.
New Westminster n. C. llylote
It it ttupid to talk about the
right, of the saloon. Decent public opinion ha. resolved that the
saloon ft a social post and that it
has no rights.—JV. ¥. Tribune.
Since how long is it that a metropolitan American journal would
have had such an opinion to express,
or, if it had, would have dared to
express it in a \v»y so bold! Avery
' nificant indication of the growth
public opinion. The beginning
»f tho end of the rule of tho run,
power ii plainly viiible.—Globe.
And how long, we may ask, is it
since the Globe found itself courageous enough to come out boldly on
the side of prohibition)
1 .'."M
Hr*
TU 'Great French Remedy, Dr. Le-
Duo's Periodical Pills. Then PUlton
compounded from the purest drugs, ud
from then only which are known to act
upon th»<rewmh'« Organs In Females,
They an first enoloted in an airtight
capsule, and by thii meant mtdo to retain thoir mil strength for years In uy
climate. Atk( ut fir private circular.
A. H. HnutiNO A D. 8. Curtis * Co.,
New Wntnlntterj T. MoKeeley, Ladner's Landing! H. McDowell ft Co., Van-
couveri Plmbury A Co,, Nanalmo; T.
Piokird, Denmu Itltnd; A. R. Johnton
(Co,, Chemiujuti R. B. Richardson
Cowlchani W. g. MoCartney ft Bro.,
Vancouver and Katnleopti Hastings Saw
Mill Co., Vancouver) The .Vancouver
Drug Co., Vanoonver; J. B. Lovell, Yale)
W. If. Megaw, Print Valley; H. Clark
A- Co., Kamloops; Lakolit * Co.,
wholesale tgtntt, Victoria.    dwieWyl
THE NEWS,
A Water-Spoil BtjfMfi and Does
Terrific Da«a*-D*Tl«
dives I'ngoand Advice.
A  HATVRtL   6U psUBMlIM.
Discussing iho Anglo-Turkish Convention -Review «f the Week's
COHsseWCC*
OTHER ITEp OF INTEaUT.
By Associated Press.
DAVITT GIVES UNBOUND ADVICE.
Duioik, Juno 7.—Tho regular fortnightly maeting of the league wat held
here to-day. The opinion of those
present was that the course of Davitt,
in advising the tenants to resist eviction by every meant in their power,
wat not wile. Timothy Harrington,
secretary of the league, announced
that the organizing council would implore tenants not to allow anything to
incite them to violence, which would
be to play into the enemy's hand,
Harrington, in an address to the league,
quoted fully the doting words of a
speech made by Darnell on the night
the Irish Crimes Amendment Act wat
introduced in the commons.
O'BRIEN'S COURSE APPBOVIO OP.
New York, June 7.—O'Brien received a letter from the executive committeo of the National League in
Ireland as follows: "The executive of
the National League, in meeting as-
tcmbled, heartily approve of your
action in keeping the Irith question,
free from American issues. Ireland',
cause appeals to American lovers of
liberty without destruction of party,
and we feel convinced that no sincere
friend will insist in involving thtt
sacred cause in any issue that may delay or hinder its success. Signed—
HaERnraios."
HOB. CBINA STEAMERS.
Sad Dieoo, June 7.—II. S. BabcooV,
the leading capitalist here, laid to-day
that the presi dispatch of Sunday, associating the Oceanic tteamin with
San Diego for transportation of Australian mails to-Bngfand, wat correct.
He had been in treaty, for six weak,
with J. D. Sprwklsj, or San Franoii-
co, and has secured carte blanche in
making all rates in the nuttier.
' A PRIEST SUICIDES.
San Francisco, June 7.—This mom- -
ing Rev. Father V. H. Foran, a Catholic priett, waa found in bed with two
bullet holes in hit head and a revolver
lying by his side with two chambers
empty. Either wound would have
proved fatal. Whether it wis murder
or tuicide hat not been ascertained.
TRAWIC IK CHILDREN. -
London, June 7.—Since thi revelations mid. by th. Pall Matt Gazette
tnd the ptsstge of the criminal law
amendment bill, the public have believed traffic in children lo be impossible. A cue in Lambeth polio,
court thenlore caused an uuusuil sensation of horror, Edward Procknell
and three woman were arretted, charged with keeping . house of ill-repute,
ud having procured for their patrons
t score of girls 10 to 14 ye..rs of tge.
The nritoners ind the victimi tre of
humble rank. Th. evidence to fir
shows the seducer, of the girls to belong to tho nine class, The government will proseoute the prisoners, ill
of whom .re reminded. Detectiv.
Steven,, in tbe employ of the reformatory and refuge union,, who hu liken
principal part in bringing ti. light that,
orimet, Hates thtt during the put fcor
yetrt he retoued four hundred girlt between the ages of four ud a half ud
fourteen years from lives of crime.
XEVERINC HIS If EMORY.
Roue, June 8.—Crowds of pertons arrived at Canrera yesterday to commemorate the wfversary of Garibaldi's death.
They laid wrettht ou hit tomb tnd villi,
ed hit house. Muy veteran Gtribal-
dlans, who were tmong tht visitor., wen.
deeply affected.
TH. ANOLO-TORKISII COSVENTIOX.'"!'
Cosstaktinoi'I.k, Just 8.—Sir Heniy
Drummed Wolff, special English representative In charge of the Egyptian question, and Sir Wm. A. White, Kngllth
ambtssy, discussed with the Ottonum
commission last evening the objection of
Musslt ind France to the AiigloTorkith
convention relative to Egypt. The
French ud Russian amkisssdors hid declared, in presenting the objections of
their governments, that tht convention
wat contrary to the Sultun's sovereign
rights. It is announced that the adhesion of the powers to the convention will
bo Invited after it is ratifled and that if
uy of the powers fill to givt their sanction within three yean, such ritual will
be regarded al constituting ext.mil danger to Egypt, tnd British evacuation of
the country will be postponed.
DISMISSING AMBASSADORS.
London, June 8.—Lord Hartington
will speak in Manchester on the 24th
iutt with reference to Oladtton'i proposal for a conference A detpttch to
the Cologne Gcaette from St Petersburg says thlt M. Subureff and M.
Tatesohoff, formerly Ruseian ambassadors at Berlin, have been dismissed
from the diplomatic servioe of Ruttia
for publishing secret official document!
in connection with the controveny between the North German Oatette .nd
th. Russian press. Editor Kaek toff of
the Moscow Gazette will be reprimanded for publishing the document!. The
French government hat informed
French ambassadors abroad that'
Franc, cannot auent to an Anglo-
Turkish convention except is a basis
for negotiation.
A COLWERV ACCIDENT.
Berun, Jun. 8.—An exploiioii of
fire damp oooured in a coal pit at Gel-
tenkisken in Wottphilia; 41 person,
killed by the explosion have Men recovered ud 12 more are believed to
bo dead.
'        DiHiOE at WATJSB SrO.t,",     ,
Johnstown, Pa., Joat 8.—Ta»
floodi yetterdty were aautad b* a
wit«■ ipout wat of Owrpawiu., B*m-
merCo. Thtt viuag. wt. ttrttnly
undtr inter, aad th. IIWlllill af
propntyitgnttt. aUny sttdfia aad
logi wer.Uc.niid oft V|a«ra. af
twenty bouwt wat. wilted of, tMr
toundaUona. AtiMillOO fMfUstU)
thtt borough alon. let, ivtrythre? In
Ih. lower ttory tnd otUtn of Uuir
boum. Grubhtotm, OcsatMUfk.
boroMjh, MoorrsUrtli., wSIXt,
Oimbri. Oity tad Ooopirtdri. aho
tuffered MrNsli, ud it i. uKfUUd
in suburbs ud in thii city thst WOP
pecph|ir.r. rtpdtftd bonwltte. So
estimitecubtD^ofdiJUBt.
lU'v.^jZtl-lhtOut*.
iwn'.oommeroialirticIeiM.to.i»ct
of the lateriM in cotton in Liverpool
will undoubtedly be to cause a further
ourttilmtnt of the oonsumpeion of cotton. The opinion it held that, farther advance in cotton WJH M tMg.
lutely beneficial, u it will htttsn t
doting of mill, .nd favor the tJ—
of the short time movemen
U no sign of improvement h 	
or even in current demand at low
prices.'    ".'■■'
'       '   oak oaunuunpN.
Findiay, Ohio, June 8.—A great
natural gu celebration opened tkit
morning. The city it decorated in the
most tovith mariner. Fifty-eight
oroheiipan the rosin itreet, bearing
mottoes arranged with rat jeti. Trrhrty
thouatnd gat jets will be in. auo. tonight .nd thirty-on. gu wells of Find-
lay have been piped into th. eity to
aid in the illumination., Crowd, hav.
been coming ill day ud, it il estimated then will be by night over
thirty thousand stringers in the city.
Onr Canadian Siwurv.
It it now stated thtt Chspluu ha.
definitely decided to acoept the governorship of Quebec, ■'■ -'
The Montreal board of trade ha
adopted a memorial in favor of the
adoption of the Torrent land tysttra in
the province of Quebec.    '
It i. ittted at Ottawa in intaoial
circlet that the bank, ud loan ton- i
turn in
The new policy it .1
Mttledittteofthe'
-,  "test,
totheun-
conden^Dltpatelus.   '
The report thtt there is yellow fever
in Georgia and Florid. It denied by
th. prsH of thot. thvtet.   r ;
AbillwupreemtedintherekssKig
yetterdty to regulate the munkipsl
.ppointment. in Altace-Loirein..
I The Austrian government bat proposed to Germany tbAt negotiation, he
opened tor a new treaty of oonuasree,
A atvtl court-marUal wia.,
thii morning in Now York to ttuuiie.
into the colntlon of tha Celtic ud the
Brltwme; •
The Struberger Post dulet semiofficially thtt Prince Von Hohenho.
will resign the t^vtmor-gerairihdilp of'
Alstos-Lorrsino.   ■/ ■'■'''
Cmbridge university hu oonferred
honorary dajree. upon Prof, (hay ot
Harvard College, and Sir Donald
Smith of Montreal. ..,    .   ;     ;     ,
Ju. G. Blaine, wife and daughter
for'sl.u&pmJtWin^l^.
ttr. Adriatic with Wm. O'BrUm oa
board, sailed thii morning.
It ii expected the triih land Ml will
reach th. hone of oonraon. next
week and that th. gov.mnnat will aak
a second reading of that: ruanra before taking th. finil .tag. of the orlraet.
bill .
Returui iwued byth. board trade
of London, ihow that imparl, during
May decreased 110,000 pounds compared with Ihe corresponding month
of hut year, while export. hWMMrl
200,000 pounds.
Mr. John Morley will bteonw t»
litiotl dicntor of th. Doilv Xtm, ot
London, ud will contribute luting
article, to that paper. Mr. Lacy
write, thnt he hit resigned the editor-
•hip of the Jtews tnd will return to
his post in th. gallery of the host, of
common."       '  ■■ ™
Oejelriilea.
Mini, Patti, who' hu trrlvtd in
Liverpool, hid . pletaant voyifi ud
wu not teuick tt ill.
Mr. Ab.ll, ot tht Baltimore Ssn,
with 120,000,000, ii uid to be tha
nohut niwtpspsr mm in tb. world.    ■
Goeth.:—In what land tht tea doth
vitit, brisk .re wt, whttt'er twtkUi le .
give room for wudiring ii It that the
world Wm mid. *> wldt ?
Queen Victoria it going to teviaw
10,O00p0or children In Hyde Pirk on
June 22, ud will present Nth on*
with a royal jubilee mug.    .
Chtrlet Reade ud Thacktry held
the theory that th. kind of -'ten molt
liked by womu wu one "who- ml-
tttsttd them with ooouioaal iatttvtlt -
of tendtrnett..
Mr. Hurt Irving hu hit oath.
h.ppietl pouibli mtthod ot otlihratiH
the jubilee.   Onthetfttmoonof June
21 he will throw op,n hit thulre to a..
many children of the Ragged School ,
Union u cm be .queued into it, Ud
he will perform for tff.tr benttt '• TM I
Mmhintof VMhe."    '-.'     ■  i ■.
j:^r^Mydca^rs
used Northrop a LvminVVetjrtibU 1
coveryudI)yiptptlo<l.ri iay.f s
haa don. them more good lata
they have ever nud."  It •—
wonderful Inluino. In)
•nil curing disbtse.       	
Organ, tht liver; Kidneys, ud I
orders of the system,
5'-
.KKHfMn/I.liI^''1''1^'''
iiHKlti.   It     j
,'mumi SoMimmmif 1"" Wtenttsssy Eveetag. seat s. law.
A Oonblejpreellol OffleW.
In thwpouie of Reunion, i^jhej
other ,cUv*#ir Qk.rlatTupifcr •««*
: incidentally that he expected toon
to murne the dutiot of Canadian
high commiuioner to England. We
matt tay. that th. facility with
which Sir Charts, assumes the ohar-
4UJj|..,..nf -high ifflmniiuinntr aad
finance minister has now brought
the performance almost to the verge
of'a comedy.' Whenever the gov-
ertnaent geU into a tight place it
send, for Sir Chariot. Sir Charles
nlway. reepond. with alacrity, resign.' the high commissionership
with it. 110,000 a year and accept.
the portfolio of finance minister
with IT.OOO and' pickings. As
soph as the danger hu been pasted
Sir Oharle, turns up smiling in
London, and resumes the dutiei and
emoluments of the high commitsion-
erthip! 'It m.y be very convenient
to have an experienced and full-
fledged rainitter pensioned off
securely in London subject to the
call of th. chiel; but It really doesn't
look well, and ought not to be eon-
tinlifrt. So one will su«ition Sir
Charles Tappers abilities, but surely
then are men in Canada with brains
enough to run the financial department of die government without
imperting an offici.l from London!
Tit Biwdai CIMwk Mow eut.
A great deal of disappointment
hu been expremd it theaotion of
the eity council on Monday night
with respect to the Sunday closing
movement To uy that the petition uking to have bare cloud on
Sunday wu not sufficient ground
upon i which to act it a mitrepreien-
tenon. The petition wa. both
large and reipectaWe. It contained
the names of a large number of
the most respectable citizens, person, whoa, opinion snd withes are
entitled to consideration. ..And the
purpose of tho petition wa. audi as
ought to have enlisted the sympathy
of th. men who are elected to guard
the best interests of the city. There
i. probably no member of the council who would undertake to My that
commercial butinu. ought to proceed on Sunday u on other days. It
i. admitted by everybody that the
liquor traffic ii the saute ot avert
amount of evil, and that the world
would be a great deal better if the
whole business was supprttsed. This
being to, uV;doe, Mt- strange that
any penon* who favort the suspension of mtroaotile buiineat on Sunday thould lie unwilling alto to give
hi. vote and influence in. favor of
the oloaing of hire. Harmless
traffic mutt not. be permitted on the
Sabbath, but th. traffic that i. oon-
feeudly harmful shall not be interfered with! .After the judgment ot
Mr. Jutiie'Oi.y-ttie right of the
council to peat inch . by-law ii plain
enough, and we can set nothing
ttanding- in the way but the absence
of inclination on the part of councillor! themselvei The threat of
legal proceedings ii worm than
childish. If the counoil i. going to
refrain from patting by law. in the
public interest because peraont who
•™ going to be .fleeted by them
threaten law, tho tooner the counoil
surrenders it. office the better served
will the public interest be.
■ailtabi'iMewlattel.
Saltern exchange, com. to ui
filled with all. torts of paragraphs
relating to the attitude of Manitoba
towed, a davuWance. Reform
paper, are very nearly unanimous
in backing up the belligerent Mani-
tobans, from which it it to be feared
the question m.y, like most other
public questions in Canada, degenerate itito one of party. It must be
.aid, however, that. roarry Conservative papers condemn the policy of
duadlowaaoe, which it. bopefol
liga; and all independent paper.
(In ililllij th. Toronto Mai) tak.
thi. view. It i. jut now . matter
of conridetable .peculation whether
Manitoba hu sand enough to maintain her present attitude. She to
putting on a held frost, sad every
on. ot the Winnipeg dailies—the
Sun, Fret Prttt, .nd Call— b»oks
her up: but Sir John ii uid to be
determined that no rival railway
.ball be built to the Mather* boundary of aUniloka, Mid it k not
oftea iS«r John hi. to take water
from any prsvinee. In tire event of
the iprsirie province coming to the
faterWivation to persevere in iti
defiance of the federal veto power,
iti. not euy to tee how the federal
government will ht able to enforce
it* comotinds. An armed force
might be sent up to overawe the
rebellions people; but if they refuse
to be overawed, what to the armed
force going to do about iti Under
the ■ oireatasteaoM no officer would
dare to uh th. rifle against a people
iterating' •> pfackiiy for what i.
elaiaMsn >titl a civH rfgkt. Suoh in
trutrafi1 woeld hurtently kindle a
thoa^nu^eaaiB lire, throughout 0»n-
••^M-i't'wwi *»»*• *"*•'■*•
itMlM twt everjfwheie to the
help ot th. weak againet *e rtroag.
II tk* ltanltn*eii«'«r*but flrtn ind
dieerut^wai undoubtedly get
iHtafsWs**.' i. The< eye* at
all asataV Jmattn tn new wateh
in, ^wivattj Interest the devel-
For Sale or Lease.
T
CONTAINING m ACKE8-
"mproved. Situated on the
Frofil River, abgit em es
istmlnsterond ononis miles
s-s" rornartlciffirs. apply
KR. (ISlsuMJO.Worlii
SPlton.ianiiimiioii
iSster.     'dwjelml
Estate of Kelly Bros.
TAKE^NOTICE.
Henry V. Mmoeds l» Hone authorised
by us to receive payment thereof anil to
give receipts lor same.     fmff
F. Q. SIMPSON,
JNO, WILSON.
Assignee. .(Estate ot Kelly Bros.
flnkMle
Royal Columbian Hospital
KKV»'WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
loird of Blrectora, 1888-8!:
G. E. CORBOULD, President.
a M. MoNAITQBTEN, Vice-President
W. H. KBARY, Sea-Treasurer.
MT*N. BOLE, H.P.P.I H. ELUOTTl
1. W/HAWVEY; 3. WJNNINOHAM.
DfltBCTORS' AMrtTAL REPORT.
OxsTiiMES—In presenting our report
for fiscal year ending 31st March, 1887,
watts to ittte thlt it will be an utter
imposflbility to run the hotpittl free of
debt on the grant just voted by the government tor th. ensuing financial year.
The lurgeon hu been attentive in his
duties and report! a large Increase in tho
number of patient, admitted during the
year, thawing alto thlt we have received
patlsutt from ill parti cf the province.
Tiers tre . number of incurable! In
thte hospital, some ot whom wen brought
from Viotoria hospital yean ago. The
mm of |l,000a year has been voted for a
convalescent home In Victoria, the last
few yean. The Board think, therefore,
that tome of theu isourablcs should be
shipped back to Viotoria.
A great number of improvements have
been made during the year, walls and
floors nptlred, . wash-house built, the
two oesspoolt thoroughly cleaned; the
taitding being old, requires constant re-
ntirt, which entails considerable expend-
laire.
Th. hospital has been filled to its
utmost capacity during tht whole yeir.
The Board dtalr. to thank eubscribere
for generous tnbstriptions, lists ol which
tre unexed, ud without which it would
have been found Impossible to have kept
the Intthutlon trie of debt) also the congregations of Holy Trinity Church, St.
Andrews (Fn.byt.rian), Methodist tnd
baptist Churches for hospital Sunday
colltctloni, md th. following ladies and
gentlemen for old clothes, Unen, books,
«to.i—Metdames C. T. Woods, C.
^aior,Lennle,H.BUiot, W.
J. Armstrong, W^Jtownsend, Douj
pipers etc.
iCWoods,
lu, Edmonds, 3. W. Harvey, Baker,
H. Kury, 1). Benaettey, Cummlngs, A.
M. Herring, Brontkill, Sitters St. Ann't
CoavMt, bdiet W. C. T. U., Bachelors'
BaU Hatchery, Mum. I.B. Fisher, Z. 8.
Hill. It. I. Bentley, J. 8. McDonnell.
The surgeon's report is appended hereto, aad gives full details of the work
tooompbshed-for tht year.
Thi ivtrege coet per day for each resident patUnt in ths hospital, which in-
eludes the disbursements on out-door
patients, it 87 cents.
W. H. KEARV,
Hon. Secretary.
BURGEON'S REPORT
lea YsAB Ending 81st HAsoh, 1887.
TathtJiemterse/ the Board of Director*:
aENTLBMEN.-I have the honor to
herewith present the report on this Hospital for the year ending .list March, 1887:
Number of Indoor Patients 103
» Outdoor    "      SO
« Remaining In Hospital. 18
Causes of death of the fourteen who died
and length of time In Hospital:—1 typhoid fever, Sdys; 1 alcoholism, 18 dys; 1
effects of Are at Vancouver, 4 mos. 10 dys;
1 bronchitis, 4 dys; 1 Inflnmatlon of bowels, 8 dys; 1 consumption, 2 mos. 28 dys;
1 syphilis; t dyi: 1 paralysis, 4 dys; 1 aneurism (popliteal), 4 mos. 28 dys; 1 general
debility, I mot; 97 dys; 1 aneurism (arota),
IIdys; loldtge,8dys; 1 paralysis,28dys;
1 dropsy, 6dyi; total, 14.
Although the number ot deaths Is large
the short number of days In the Hospital
of a Urge proportion of them shows that
they came In in a hopeloss condition.
Tht places where tho Indoor patients
were received from are as follows;
Victoria.	
Cariboo	
Kamloops	
New Wetlmln.ter..2S
Bonaparte «..;.... 1
Yale™..., .....4
Port Moody II
Hasting*	
Moodyvllle	
PortHuney-	
Vancouver.......
ftfe::;:.::::
Total..
Ladner's Landing.. 2
Langley , 2
Clover Valley........ 1
Harrison River..... 1
Mud Bay. il
Chllliwhack 1
North Arm. Fraser l
Hoslon Bar. 1
Casslar.......,  1
Kroser River 9
Mission.. 2
Pitt Meadows. 1
,..15
The numbtrof Incurables now In the
Hospital Is twelve [121. This large number requiring to be taken care ol from
year to year render, lt Impossible to make
a number of desirable Improvement. In
the building, owing to the limited supply
of funds. I have Introduced thetibleof
residences to-.show the people of bullish
Columbia thlt they all ought to take an
Interest In helping on this Institution,
which it Increasing In usefulness every
year, is miy he seen by comparing the
number of indoor patients of the previous
yeaT-tCTtntyiflve (75)-.wlth thte year-
one hundred and three (1081.
We still recjulre slot of draining to be
done about and-from the building. The
floors and walls have been Improved and
the new wash-room It i great addition to
the pointer! of the place,
I hav. great pleuure In thinking a
number or friends of the Hospital for present, if clothe., old linen, pictures, books
•nd papers. Agsln I have to thank the
steward, Mr. Charles Dlgby, for his con-
stint attention lo the cleanliness ot the
building and hit kindness and attenllon
to tbe wanti of tneatok and his readiness
In carrying out all my directions. Before
closing this report I must offer my sincere
.thanks to the medical gentlemen who so
kindly ofTered their assistance to myself
Whenever required during the past year.
I am Youn Faithfully,
R. I. BENTLEY, M. B.,
■ Surgeon R. C. IT.
TREASURER'S REPORT.
In presenting tbe accounts for tbo past
year, theTretaurcr hen lo call attention
to the fast that the outlay ho. been rigid y
scrutinised, In which he has been ably
assisted by the steward, Mr. Dlgby. There
seems little prospect pi; say'.reductioni of
expenditure. You will holies that the
stotsMsUons here been liberal snd have
been • .rest taslMenoe In keeping tho
InrtltullonfreioTdebt. It Is to be regretted thst the'aoverhment have reduced
M» great to the HosSitsI-  ~
,Th. TtmasyntBa nt.Acor. wrru rat Roy-
ai. cotua.fAS HOSMIAt.
T. Baluce tnwUK-a
...I 28.12
■nbttrlptlona, 6U71
■! " n.,refund, 87 U
ally, 88 00
, 2100
lit, 8SS8
—tn, 17 W
of Ball
17 0)
'erMHil.ifB.llst ■
KXPinrsTTima,
By Audit	
Bedding,
Bread,
Clothing,
Drugs and Appliances,
Furniture,
Egneralfi
Fuel,
Groceries,
Insuranoe,
tight,
Meat and Fish,
Medical Comforts,
Milk.
Nursing,
New wash House,
Repairs to Buildings,
Salaries,
Stationery, Printing, Ac.,
Shipping Incurable,
Vegetables,
Washing,
Balance,
10 00
181 20
264 28
188 02
IN 00
818 80
838 26
80 00
102 00
768 81
20 75
882 83
moo
210 O0
1st 20
1,887 £0
^1.68
25 00
8178
To Baluuce titer plying lects. lo
March 81st, 88 7.1
Examined ind found correct,
W. H. FAI.DINO.
Auditor.
Now Westminster, May 7th, 1887.
Lilt of fiubicrlberi to Hospital.
MOODYVJXLE.
Moodyvllle
S. M. Co., |50 00
B, Springer, fi 00
A.N.C.r3ng, fi 00
W.T.MoGrath.oOO
P. James, 2 SO
R.H. Flood, 2 00
E.   Cadwall-
ader,
J. Little,
W. Oower,
J. H.Hender-
son,
H. B. Waller, 2 00
T. Tamaree, 1 90
O. O. Harbell, I 50
A. May, 2 60
J.MoWhinuey,250
N. Trim, 2 00
A. Brown, 1 50
J. Doyle, 1
C. Armstrong, 1
A. McCallum, I 50
LSwett,
J. FUher,
O. White,
A. Andrews,
W. MoLtod.
W.A. Winger, 1 00
250
250
500
150
260
1 60
1 50
250
200
M. Beck,
H. Pike,
D.MeCallum,
W. Dineen,
A. Robert,
J. Chapman,
E. Green,
G. Wllhams,
S. Haslam,
W. Saunders,
A. E. Calkins,
B. Umlah,
1. Bisgren,
KMirtin,
J. Lester,
D. Bailey,
100
2 50
250
10 00
100
260
1 60
1 50
1 00
100
1 80
260
100
100
200
100
J.W.Twiddle,16 00
f 160 60
RICHMOND.
W.D. Ferris, f I 00
J. Prestidge 25
A. Kilgour, 1 00
J. T. Errington, 75
Geo. Cartoallen,  60
D. McDonald, 1 00
Mrs. Gerow,
H. Somerville,
8. Voxall,
J. Johnson,
J. Shaw,
E. CKirkland, 1 06
F. D. Taylor, I 00
Capt. Stewart, 1 00
John Sir,
Shanly,
J. Jones,
K. Smith,
D. Smith,
60
100
100
100
1 60
H. McDonald, 1 00
Jos. Griffiths, 2 60
Jno, Ferguson, 1 00
John Swanton, 1 00
J.W.MIIItr, 1 00
Ju, MiUer, 1 00
Wm. Nlooll, 60
Hugh Boyd, 1 00
Mrs. Thornier, 100
LADNER'S
T. McNeely, $10 00
H.N. Rich, 5 00
Ju.Bone, 1 00
Chis.Clausen, 1 00
W.L.McBride, 1 00
N. H. Btin, 2 50
W. Kirklind, 1 00
J. B. Burr, 1 00
H. Hellienten, 1 00
LANDING.
G. McKenrie,   1 00
Wm, McKee,  2 00
J.   0.   Fernl-
hough, 2 60
A. Gilchrist, 1 00
SharpetPaine, 2 60
D. Woodward, 2 00
Geo. Greta, 1 00
Chris. Brown, 1 00
LULU II8AND.
Walter Lee, tl 00
E. J. Jones, 1 00
Mrs. Peterson, 1-00
Fnnk Jeason, 1 00
Clyt Swift, 100
O. P. Bylander,
Thos. Kidd, 2 60
BUir Bros., 2 00
London Bros., 2 50
Geo. London, • 50
John Dall, 1 00
Ed. MiUenon, 1 00
M. Welch, 2 60
A.E,Andereon, 100
Alfred Adham, 2 50
M. M. English, 2 80
Bartruff, 1 60
Chu. Friend, 60
Ju. McKay, 1 00
M. Steves, .2 60
Thos. Lindsay, 1 00
F. Humphrey, 2 00
John Green, 1 00
Thus. Harris,
Joha Taylor,
Ely Sanders,
David Reid,
M.Pctrton, 1 00
Chincey Leo, 1 00
ThlrkleftTiffln,2 60
Rise Beu, 1 00
H. McDontld, 2 60
fi5 60
200
200
100
MOUNT LEAMAN,
D. Nicholson,}    60 L. Fuul,
E. W. King, 1 00 J. Yowert,
Ju. H. Lee, 1 00 L. Fletcher,
I.R.McGregor,    60
100
SO
1800
WADE'S LANDING.
F. E. Wade,   15 00|R.G.McKenny,2 00
Ralph Burton, 2 OO'F. E. Wade,    1 00
NEW WESTMINSTER.
110 00
Corbould k
McColl, 120 00
J. Cunningham, 1000
Hy. Elliott, 10 06
C.MoDonough.lOOO
J.EllardaCo,10 00
H. H. Webb, 10 00
J. A. Calbiok, 6 00
I.B.Fisher, 20 00
L. L. Doane, 10 00
Jas. Cash, -, 5 00
Van Volken-
burg k Bra, 10 00
E.B. Scoullar
Is Co., 10 00
Ju. Punch, 2 80
H. Johnson, 2
A Kilgour, 26 00
Alfred Adams, 14 00
Geo. Mead, ' 2 SO
W. Vianen. 2 00
J. E. Phillips, 2 00
J.8. Maodonell.l 00
D.S.Curtis, 2 60
A.M.Herring, 2 60
J.Cunningham. 2 60
D. Robson,      1 00
1190 00
HOPE.
C. Galloway, $5 00IA. H. Coppeu, 1 60
G. Wilkinson, 2 60 J. Murphy, 1 00
Chu. Murphy, 1 00 J. G. Bristol, 10 00
Roland Rider, SO D. A. MoDon-
J. W. Wirth, 2 00 aid,
Wm. Yates, 2 00 B. Silver,
J. A. Fraser, 1 00|T. Alvarey,
Hudson Bay Co,2 00! J. H. Bean,
Ju. G'arrigan, 2 60 Luke Gibson,
Ju.Wardle7   2 60|W. L. Flood,
dmylOml
(43 00
Band Tuning.
TVJR.O. H. QOODWIN, OF VICTORIA,
M will visit New We.tmlo.ter shortly,
for a few days.  Orders for tuning may be
left at Lyal's Bookstore.
dapfcOUi GOODWIN A JORDAN.
Dental Notice.
T EXPECT TO W1AVE FOR THBIN-
terlor on tbe .10th Inst, to besbstst
ono month.  All requiring denial work
plcuso tuko notice and govern lliemselyes
accordingly.             C, B. C. BROWN,
dwmystml        	
iTOTlOB.
VTOTICB IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
JH   80 days after date we, the —*—-
sTgnod.intend making spslleaur"
rhlelCoratulstjon.'rof Laod.s.
for permission
poses the foil*
Ing desorl
Commencing.at a stolre nlaetd atthe
intersection Of the North: Hue ol VSmr
A Kyle's timber limit, known as Limits,
with a lakt distant about 2 miles northerly from Cardero Channel; thence running North 90 ehiins. West 20 chains.
North 90 chains, West 20 ohihis, North 99
chilns, West 90 chains. Worth Mobiles,
chains. North 90 chilns, Eut 40 ohalns.
North ttehslss, East slehslst, l«o«b»l
chain., East M oh»ln., South » ebalns, lo
tbe lake iketsTtaeseeWltt, following
l.ke.bnre to slsee of eomsi'nermrol-
ronlalnlng latficres, more or less.
I.EAMY A KYLE.
Voneouvtr.R,C, 81st May, 1M7. dlatml
JOHNS. COX,
TT.COSTS NO MORE TOKEEPaOOD
Fowls than It docs to ktep poor Fowls.
jly Breeding Pent h. eqi
Ihe United (states or Canada,
My Breeding Pent are equal to any In
" ittr'"  —'.— ---
SBWBMOOP*6
Cub mnst accompany all orders,
Address, with stamp,
JOHN 8. COX,
dwlelte New Westmlntttr.
RMM&SON
PIANO-FORTES.
rlorq
HOLD IIDU.     llfiHInl HTABD.
Isveaisn' aahlUtlsa. Usd.s.
IE MANUFACTURES OF MESSRS.
KIRKMAN are noted for their supe-
quality of workmanship and material
employed.
The Pianofortes made by this old-established Arm are specially adapted to the
climate of each country whence they are
exported.
■sr Iron frames, overstrung, oheek lotion, and all the latest Improvements, ensuring brilliancy of tone.
ROBETT WARD & CO
VIOTOBIA,
ssle imto hr Brtlisk Cslssasls.
dwJMwD
WANTED
PURCHASERS FOR
M.riie4SUtleiaryIaglnet, loll.
en, P.bm, Iitplr.iors, In-
lectori, elf.,
Slum Fitters', Oat Fitters' and Plumbers'
Brass and Iron Good., all kinds of Mis-
Is. Baeklsery, Air Compressors. Ing-
ereoifRoek Drills, Hoisting Machinery,
Drill Steel, Machinery Steel, Pick.,
Shovels, Iron A Steel Wire Rope, Rubber Hote, etc.,
Ballwiy A Cealraetsrs' Sesersl Iss-
Bur Iron andBleel, Crow-bars. Portlind
Cement. Rooung_ Paper, Building
Paper, Fire-proof itooflng Cement, ete.,
^fe^wSd
 ... — ■flbowsj.Aae, PRk,
New Vork Varnishes, Chapman Sou *
Co.'s Fish Bait (00 kinds), One new
Ball'iUtr, On. new p«sl T»»le.-Apply
u>     p. Welcome mccrady.
Mechanical Draughtiman A Contractor,
aa-Plant and Specifications for Boats,
New Westminster, a C, Jan, 25, W.
dWJaau
THEGITV0FL0NB0N
OF LONDON, ENGLAND.
01FITAI,       •       -
Dominion Oov't Deposit, II0JM0O.
ml tetmnm tTmsmtU£muj
mtmammnmt$i   v
Policies Writtu u«J Lo.su Aajuatad and
Paldwlthon»Iliftwno«toHera.OtBoe.
Skowlng Ibe Balei and Flaeee or
Ceirti of Anlie. trial trim, ill
Oyer »r« Terminer, for ike
leir lest.
SPRING ASSIZES.
[,Ott Vsssessver lslsaA]
Vlctorta.. ....Monday ...Uth May.
Nanalmo .Tuesday .7th June.
[ Oa Msmlaa* ]
NewWestmlnster..Wodnesday...4th May.
Kamloops ........Monday Slh June.
Clinton .....Monday 18th June.
FALL ASSIZES.
|Ost Malalsai]
Rlchfleld Monday 12lh Sept.
Clinton Wednrediy...Mth Sent.
Kamloops Mondsy Srd Oct.
Lytton Monday 10th Oct.
New Westminster..Wedne»diy...tth Nov.
f Oa Vsaesaver lllsiut ]
.Victoria....
Nsnnimo...
drWzdffttase
sspMtd
m*
HITE
IS RWG!
fi
A VINO SECURED THE AGENCY
J for thlt  celebrattd  Mtchlne, I
..juldbepleued to und one on trill to
WBS&£WL&tt&
Every Muhln. gutrantsed by tht Com-
•any lor five years.
c. j. Itevsoivs
Fruit, Qmftetlouery * F.noy Glue-
ware t Cllna Store,
CetnMe it., ■■« Wn$.
NOTICE.
TOTIOE IS HEREBY
"   ''Pn*2Bs..i&1-
1 Coratnlsetaner
NTHAT
tsyaUf.M Q[n fgtKi ft th>D W Ii OTHVWI1 tr—I mil
thenoe West 80 chain-; thence south 80
chftinn: thenee But 40 ohatni: thenoe
North 40 ohatns; thenee East 40 chains, to
point of commencement,
H. D. HELMOKEN. -
Vletorin, B. €., April 22,1887.    dapSSmS
NOTICE.
TW%Ptm&\M&<o\,$
15 ihe Chief Commiuioner of Lands and
Works to purchase 480 acres of land [more
or less] situate on Texada Island, New
Westminster District, and described as
follows:
Commencing at the I,
ti of lee, %•. thence South «
BMlBchalns to shore line; ._ ,	
ln| meandering of shore line In a north-
H-efflffi
line; thence follow-
.... lore line In a northwesterly direction, 180 ehtlnt [more or
lets]: thenee East sooholnsTmore or l«s|
toiiOlntoleominenceirlentl_  -    „
Viotoria, B.C., April
.KB.
,p»mJ
I
NOTICE.
„OTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN THAT 60
1 days after date I Intend to apply to
..je Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works to purchase 480 norei of l.ndon
Teiada Island. New Westminster District,
deteribed as follows:
Commencln. at the B. B. eornerof 8.W.
Kofsecai thenoe Eut40cli.ini! thenot
South 80 chains: thenee West lo shore
line: thenee- following' meanderlnf of
shore line In a north-westerly direction to
H. E. oomer of Beo. 4; thenee North 10
chains [more or lewl; thence East. 40
chalat to point of cooimoncemenU
"JAMES LUMBERT SMITH.
Viotoria, B.C., April 93,1887.     dap2Sm2
2?TOTIQ3B.    -
WE HAVE APPLIED TO THE HON,
the Minister of tho Interlorror per-
million to out timber on the,following
described tract of land, New Westmlrister
District:
Commencln. at a post marked "H," on
tbe south side of Scott creek, on the cut
side and about S miles from the head of
Pitt lake; thence east along the bank of
said creek 40 ohalns;  thenee south 90
chains, thenoe west 40 chains, thence
north 80 ebalns, along the shore of Ihe
lake to the point of commencement.
BRUNETTE SAW MILL CO., I.D.,
W. N. Draper, Secretary.
New Westminster, lltth May, 1887.
  dmy 17 ml ■_	
THE   STEAMER
((
4LADYS"
GUIllvhMk and Way Plaeen
*-^o» '.
TUfSDAVS 4 FRIDAYS
A17A.M.,
Rewrstug the following days,
For freight, Ac, apply on board or to
W. MATHERS,
dmhSlte On the Wharf.
DRUQQISTSI
law WMtnluter, S. 0.
dwmhlOto
PAOIFIO
New WastminstBr, B.C.
REID & CURRIE
MAsiF«CTIHIEM« IMPORTERtOF
Farm Wagons,
Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons,
Carriages,
Top Buggies,
Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
Butoher Carts,
Bog Carts,
Dump Carts,
Drays, Stages,
AND  BVERYTHINU   IN. THE
VEHICLE LINE.
Stoond-hinrt RtltM * Ixpreil W«.
•II for ule cheap.
, KitilrlH. riiiiuMj * tilswlw
done at reuontble prlcet.
■mmm
In all IU Branches.   EttlmtMi given on
Ironwork ind Contraett,taken.
HonC'SkoHBiT and General
JobblnK.
W. tlio kun In stock to supply the
«»*., !«»,.Ht&J*_*i< CufShfland
Coal, Hon. *na Ox Bhoet, Harrows,
Iron and Steel Harrow Teeth, Carriage
f^Htr?^^^'^'
m'e^t<iiu«':;rioiiii»,t> mu.
mtWt hive got the best workmen to ht
ooentlrjfsean ofler Inducements hi pur-
ernseslnst we could ool have done >5o>|
'lm?M0. All m.lerl.l nod work leivfns
st shop will be entnnleed to he Jirit d
' Orders Irom ths country
dedto.
mmaouimw
Land Beglstrr Ordinance, 1M0.
t I.B.K*ritwl.B. WsfHeellesll,
TrrHEREAS THE CBltTIFIOAl .
W Title of Joseph BUkln to the il
linds hu been lost orBstroyi"
Kleitlon hu been mafe for
ereof; notice Is theiifcn hc.„,	
that a fresh certificate of title will bt Issued In lieu ol that so lost or destroyed, an.
leu cause be shewn to the oonlrery In
one month from the date hereof.
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
DeputyRegtstrar.
lAnd Registry Offlee,
New Westminster, 80th Miy IM.
 dmytoml	
Kisses IfrDOfGIAU.
Q0LUMIJA   STHpp,
Ntj> V^srilrinste^, B. C.
"Satisfaction guaranteed.      dapltle
TlllrllluOtUal.*.
•rwrrW
WM McCOLL,
nml lUulin!
Dry Goodi, Men'fj Furnlihlngp,
Qroceriei ft Provision..
LCKDBQM'S BLOCK, Oolnmbl. Bt
dw-antte
.   WBT HWNW
NURSERY
Vnrit Trees,
samiFrim,
And GARDEN STOCK on hand In great
variety.
Everything first-ctui and furnlihed In
mod shape,
dw-deltlc
O. W.HENRY,
Port Hammond, B. C
EMPLOYMENT
THB UNDERSIGNED HAVING OFRK*
ed an Employment Offloe anil Com-
miMloDAtenoyln HewWestmtoavr.ln
vlteaaealifrom all In waht of employment. In search of help, or who wish the
servlcesof a commission scant.
It you h 0
Want a Situation,
Want a Job,
Want a Servant.
—    •   • iViSVowi-
Call at the offlee.
WantAnyhod;
Also-A.tnt tor Mirvln » Tllton for tht
eelebratedAt
ufictured h:
Toronto, Ont.
JTOSaDtT
co,wvsc'a^w°g|ffi
Look Here!
fF YOU "VANT TO MAKE  A NICK
To s friend urrelatlvei. go, daws lo
SKY'S tnd look, si soma of th -
srdlsary Iwrgslss In
MlfJrViMtl:
till—
iMaa*
Or If you want a useful ornament for your
He Is selling it BOTTOM PRICES,
■ W^e*fr»:ni,«Su»w»i^,.|l,f.iUT^rtt^;
uhs-tuvwNsi^
ti»rnj,Ws|(h«r,ibe plaoMht "Wn.
dwtolyl        ColasibM>st|i>»ewWstt.
■mKLvmm
Or tONpOJN, ENO.
TojWiltauS,
(ITBIJL*!,-*-)
■STAKItHSe IMI
Risks Taken at Rates
as Low as any other
Reliable Comp'y.
T. R, PEARSON,
dooTI.      (B, C. fi * P. Co.) AOENT.
W.B.£USTIIf,
.i«*um-ai
A-.lajW:A)|torim)Uilof: ,
-AND -
QROCERtES
6 - ALWAYS ON HAND.
WHOLMALB AND RBTirL.
WIMBAIBCeAt
AIT PAST -§»•
Vtttt!terttAtttUtt3r,t*naim***
to Port Moody, tarrying rLMM. audla
AinoUo,uoforlot>»i>eoltsttdwse»sbr
Mnprnm httsUt tM otmtti tatmeatry
urvtlhtsehmMfttylallyttwatttt.
THB INSTAOTAKE0U8
INK & STMN
£RABjB}a
Will remove all In* or Frolt
Stmjnp, Jrpn. Rwt, Qre*te> or
Mould, and leave the paper or
ikbric perfectly uninjured.
THY IT. - PRIOl, AOc.
- - a c r»TrB*atr *%fwnwt n.
N.w Wutmintter, Vancouver ft Victoria
 '      •  dwnolllo
W. 8.
»«
 ; • V;1I'»
Rat on tht Road mother Carload of
Reapers, Horse Rakes,
From JOHN raaVJp^^^NS, Xjl
London, Ont., whioh will srriv* bar.
'    ihrnrt Jtmt'Mth.-
ATFay no attention to what, other
•gents uy, W. H. Jenkins will Ml hU
orders to purchasers. Sttitfictlon or no
ule.
dwmyJOto W. H. JHNKINS.
EdHlAMdll
iSBRffl
Capital, $$,000,0(K»i  Vifse.
BDsf.«.mas.aH.w^« *mm*
Rttei •■ Low •■ any other
Company doing Builnee,
in British Columbia.
ar Kltkt promptly taken, and Lone,
utisftotorily idjnittd.
T. R. PEARSON,
dcoTle (B.C. 9. A P.Co.) AOENT.
INDUCEMENTS
■ -Trff°»Tffl>'.',,
HHWDATvS
Eeit 15 days.
All
BX7WNO FROM THE MANDFAC-
turert for ouh, I am in a nostthin
to»H ai Mtouprltes. itf'Sm'f*
ratrkatl in plain figures tnd thl nrlcei
hive not been put up to tnut thi'dli.
count ttktn of,. CtUar^uindM, ht-
fort purchulnj tUiwhiri. .
tr lite Wsteh R.p.lr|n| t Sps-.Ulty..
Jtwelry made to ordtr.
F.CKAHE.
WATCHMAKJIR
Orronttta. Bun.     '    dw-delfne
.•!   ,..R sfrs*:(™, ^kw.^kw-.
signment of
Pianos and
Whkh he wUI sell cheap
instrumentt may be purehaied
for cwh ot hi mpitffily'iniW-
merits, to «it purchaser, Call
and get my figures before pur-
chasing tlKwhere, and it wlH be
to your interest
Secotjdvhand Pianos andOi'
gam for sale or to rent.
ery Store, Coliimbia Strett'
dtnahll.     III OR THE CAVAHY.
figs of'
.,       p.    - w  .TrABa^asaaiB'_iju.
Cavalry servioe, and
in the course oi the chat th. officer
drifted into the discussion of the merit,
of hone, .applied to the service, ind
the manner in which they are furoithed
to tbe Government
Not long tines five hundred hone.
wer^|«chued,lnNew Xork,BL Looia,
Dakota, Missouri ud Tliu, in which
divurion. it is eetlmited thai, three.
fourth, of the amy of onr country to
oomprited. |..
"Most of onr cavalry horse.,!'uid
the recruiting sergeant, "are lost on
the plain, in the West No one hen
Eut can conceive the rigor of onr.
Wetter* milltirv duties or the hard-
Brett Wert to teeming with verdure and
forage, whereat the fact it th.t in very
ntiny tract, of eonetn .coating par-
tie. are compelled to ride for a week or
more, at tit nt* of perhaps fifty mOe.
a d.y, with no gram for their hone.
army hones would ihow that thtir re-
tiremeot from th. tervios il due mora
to starvation than anything else. Very
often th,i trooper'i bct»( drop, m the
rank, from aheer exhauttion, and
other, u. to os^b nied up that thev
never ncorer **» tl».prli»tiOB sttd
fatign. and no flntlly condemned, for
nuln the rWd rinTiihfpped to recruit-
'"g ilal'mr, where thy turn bit-Hi
better even than green hones for drilling recruit*"
" What ate the phwikal  qnaliflci-
 • T##wf«
..,„.,.          rl|ee', none hot
SeldirJgt are t»ktn. The Government
oei not can for italliont or mane.
Tbe animal nbmitted for purchase
•hould ttand it lets]! Altera hand, high
and weigh about nine Hundred pounds.
He should he thort in th. back and
also short in the outern joint.. A
long-legged beut with a badly riutped
tow
kc-od wouldn't pats;
withers to oneof the most essential
points, beetuM a hone with high
withen it litble to work the atddle
forward and get son.; and once in
that conditions., loses flesh and become! wc
be must be tb.olut.ly free from eon-
tracted hood or h. wont pan the
inspeoUon of the board."  riSifp":'
"InwIwtmWBerimbgrjMseonnd
for cavalry urviotl"
"Generally by tdvertitlnp-. The
particular cltu of animal, dewed am
becoming tetrcer everv day. Into, I
suppose, is dap to thenwtt|atbreed«s
are giving thitif .tteattoa to raisaul
draught hotiu of tho Faroberon, Nor-
mu ud similar .took, which an, of
ooune, too .low for cavalry purpotee.
"It it a tingulir fact that bona
1 dtalui, iiaiTjle, consider the Govern-
ment legitimate prey for all sorts el
imposition. For intatnos, at th. last
inspection only eight ont of sixty
horse* offered ww.aco.pted. Heller,
trotted them ont tor inspection full
of confidence that they oould unload
their mployen*•ttoek of uetlu.
equities.
"Borne of the animals' mania and
foretope wan planed aid deoorated
with .trips of red flannel. Thtir tail.
ItWetfWOf
it*
wtreiUtltt*, and that thai
of babr Instead ot oakum.
"The eyes of a hone under inspeo
lion *r* MOassy tismlmd,
" If ht, In gwwalonUltisyto resided
u worthy of ooniiderttlon itaH.be to
lobmltted toa rigorous eiaminitlon—
which takes up about a quarter of an
hour—all over him from bis teeth to
bis f.tlock. and hoofs.    Than the
 tint it a run upbJD tor a
di.tano.ot two hundred yard, or so,
to mil hi. wind to good. Mo saddle
to used. Th. bottlar .imply mount,
and trot, to th. starting point, riding
baokastsstaia liberal application ol
oowhid. to hit beut can carry him.
to pmha^lSt'Sat tht tMtatnh
shop tob.branded. Htoflrrtdeoontion
to ablgTJ. ftonttolaftahoulder.
"Wbmbe to detailed toa regimmt
he to burned sgilnwiJb the
ormbre per-
 i reotivM as additional marklne on tha lainf. end to
tha reedy s^tSttT
k   " I saaiw ot aethiagaien paiafol
" . oflbsBHtSl
taothing rnnr* pain-
puy oti'tneleftT
feet identification 1
APPETIZER*.
"    OathsWroag Sesnt.
Thsywiwi	
a compartDerahlp on tbo use
ment—the woman tb look -„.
office and the man to do tbe out
work.   He wu going to take her to the
theatre.
Bhewudeokedontmottlitndsomtly,
and her lovely toent-bottle lay tempting
a young brother, who was looking
about lor mischief. Hi ' ' "
uddtowpeuidwithn.
fully ponred out"" "-
t^Bfieditwith
Then the bapp;
Uepbtoto Junior
with flendiah glee.
They ut entranced in one saotber,
fondly believing they van enjoying the
billet He, in a kind of a dream, reached
onr end took her eeent-bottla, She
let it go. He unscrewed the top and
took a long miff.
Hi. dream was dispelled.  He did
hb eyes, ftoni his heart, ud she did
not find ont till she had gone toner
room, tearful and sad, whatTied canted
the change.
Bh.hu told him tince of her young
brother's joke. He nolle* ndly. He
believe, her. But ihe smell of that
whtoky forever oomei between her and
him.—IBtn Fnnofaoo Post,
0MBM4iiuktaiM.Mt{tae>ut.
Old iatb4sj(w «• used extan.ir.ly
for m.Mngth.p>pw for Oxford Bible*.
m.to^1^W^nU,Hou"
^aWMffiE*
"They oome in ben to be torn into
threat.***, batata Into pulp, nd
bleached, dnwn out into b
oo, wiltedon agtlrilo thti '
earth-c.rt.inMf*HMSa <]	
nuiliiiit intfiesHJiltll"
"Didyou h*»th»t, Mt. Denims? Ids-
ten I  Wun't it awful?"
"I didn't hear anything, Hr. Floor-
walktr iwhatTra.lt?'
"Craih In the towel department,,
sir.  He, he, he I"
The old mu walked tlernly away,
■lopping at th. bookkeeper', desk to relieve his pent up feelings by oonfidlng lo
Hr. Doublentry, with a Hinge glut,
that he did hate a fool, whereat the indignant bookkeeper ntlgned on the
'-^^t^^^^tt
ir tlnoe when tbe bouee offeftla.
1 bean turned Intoalunatio
■atrium; whereupon Hr. Jesus Invited
htm to etep down Into the packing department ud have It out, II that wa*
what he meant, and It wa. three o'clock
In the afternoon before th* matter wu
■tralghtened out, aad Hr. Flooiwahnt
wu instructed to aav. hit Joku tor tha
ouh boys In future.
Uk^ou^^
dollar, brooded softly o'er '"
from the rakage room to
couut«.-lBrooa^Big|*.
Ik. Seek Car. sf HI. Msssy.
Atbretklut-tlm. yuttroav morning
ie of Pittsburg', but cltluni looked
may ud auiplolou.. Finally a.
remarked to Id. w|fe,,u he aanrpnd a
toU:
"Sleep well- li
"YMdear,'
weU."
••Didn't find a mu under the bed
when you looked tor him last night I"
"No, dear." ^^
"«M.«rt,h(!(laj burglan
rtoutth. houe*?*
"Why, no, dear.'
"I thought you didn't," he replied,
With a taroutlo .mile.   "You didn't
wake m. up onpe to go down" i.
chu. them out,    fd like to
Into
v»mw .»««. UUM Aw UKa w rfuow,
though, whon that flveMtouar gold
piece, those three .liver dollar., and
thou hall doUartud quarter* I had In
my pocket hut night when I wtnt to.btd
have dlwppeand to."
"TnVll.w^ia^Mexelelm.1.
utounded by th* optoaeu ol the con-
"Yte, dear; I raid In th. paper that
money to tight In the Eut, ud you know
It to juitaa likely tout tight hen a*
then, ao I thought it bnt to take It
away from you."-fJlttr*urg Siepatob.
"Rello, Uncle Boggy,"
he overlooking, strut "Wyatyn
walk tutor an' not let me p*s* yer dl*
wayr
"Hole on er mlnlt," the old mu requested. <• Yer/r. Med or mu totln'er
saoko'oo'n.halntyw?"
"Oh. yaa, aab."
"An' yWe teed <r man totta' sruipty
sack, I."noser'
"Iebohu."
•'Ah, hah, u' dldn' yer aim. nottc.
d»t d. mu whut aln' got nothln' la his
mt.»f
WaiLyeaeTi
wTMyaua*.
A reverend aoqualntucotouncu't
stand th*am*U ot tohaooo. It lavari-
ably glvu him a headache.
H. wu on the .tartot otr, and aoow-
beyby hi* iM.wm imoklig* til. old
V^Hjr W*Bd," said th* panon, "your
plp.mUume.lok."
11 Th. cowboy took the pipe out of hi*
mouth, wiped the mouthpiece otrtfatly
"Youkmimoke,.tranger, untUI grt
offthekeue. I jut know how you IMs.
It alwayamakee me ftel alek to *•* a
the insane, tray s*titi|it»)siH> Butp..
Clatot t*?ll»FtM*X^^
th. eyu ot polsoooo* make* nave elllp.
Uoal puplht, wall.  In th.   barmlat.
•peoiu, they an clroular.
J^urte^^^^ff.
crone, your path, don't get trlghtened
aud run.  W^tuiitak.gMn«suitwtuth
HHt»-L
"tofiyTaadtl theyL ,.
■why, thentt would be too
Hence It will be Seen that th* (cton-
tlfi* to th* only euilbl* manaar ot dealing nlU»u*kta.-4Bo.tonTrinicrlpt.
•tetttr.
. atU jaageLake. ".VtWakb*
*^*sits8s**'m'~
'«ff!vRlr^,^▼ I nil
the ocetmark on .letter, .._
InrnltuaMOond by tearing •»** tk*
•W*|»pa,-nPuok.    *4 .
HH'ifM.
ii whou. i4'
)iit,T OoLtrmitl*
,tras,u a tBKML.
who advtrtltellherally are liberal In their
dealing., ud many persons make It a
irhl.to«vevriferetu!.lnth.Irde.llngito
thou establishment! whleh advertiH
freely. The following list II arranged al-
phahttlmlly:
MB* Ah.
T.C. Atkinson.......
V. Norman Bolt..,
 ........Columblast
 .ColumbiaSt
Corbould AHcColl .....MeKenile 8t
- Branch Offlc. st Vsncotrver.
BWoilOAIi.
Dr.H. II. Cooper. ........—.....Church St
Dr.J.C.Hentfenon Cbllllwli.ck, BC.
Dr. L U. McLein McKensleH
Dr. DtWoUt Smith Clarkson St
IN.DBARCB.
PJ. Arrnjtrorii [nn]... ......Court House
nei^uTiu^asnV.- Columbia st
V.Bl&otrS!:... - McKensle Rt
nFtrrilTllfe A sccldent) Ferris St
B»d«^f1.%?t^.«Ii
jrner A Gamble
i, life* aoeldent]......ColnmblaSt
BBAL B.TATB A0BNCIB..
W. H. Bol..—....- -S>g,»w.» S
Corbould a McColl McKensle st
H. V. Edmonds ........MoKenile St
w. D.ysrrll - Ferris St
OtptFlttendrigh  MeKenile St
Rud Bros " MeKensle Bl
Wm. Bbtnnon -..  Vsnoouver
Woods, Wm.r • Ot«tbli......Colom11la H
ABCKITBCT, ate.
C. H. Olow-.— ..Clinton St
0. W. Orant. JlcKentie St
OOBTBACTOB* * BCILUBBS.
Ackermia Bic*.-..—Hew Wettmlnster
H. N. Bleb..
T.J.Trtfp...
APOTIOBBBB*.
;:"'.'."r.:;6oinmn!ist
ASKBTS WOW. BIAOBIBBRY, its.
Fraur A Leonard .—..Vanoouver
™.leon^MoCrady .....McSentle St
MD.ICAL INSTRUMBT..
T, a Pearson.. ,„ ..„ ......Columbia St
PB1FITINQ st BUMBO).
^•^«".^sapi».us!
.TOYS. * TIBWAnB.
H. M. Cunnlngbui ts Oo. .Columbia SI
HA. VITTUra*.
H. M. Cunnlnghsm * Co. Columbi. St
IIWUO MACHINE..
0.1. Bo*toiu.-.~........."-".~Oolumbl»St
:  - OBIBBAL MBBOHABPISK.
W.R. Austin ™ .»>« ^rontSt
aoVMaJo". .....columbi. et
WnttfeOoli.- Colombia st
re^~.:rSoi3Sbi!s1
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ptUgSpMAKIBS.
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F. Btusky  - Oolombli st
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A. ph*.l.~...."»~. -......—Front St
NtiBSBauBS.
0. W. Henry.............. But Hunmond
SHutehtrton...... ....Udners
VABOY FOBtTslT, <M.
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MOrtCMBHTAL.
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vuSrVttt-
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... of SeW K«. 4, Inith'ts In Flue
 I! PsrUeulsn wat when sumps ire
.wetoMd for reply.
NOTICE.
flhalDit: tbaatj* rwuu*.t tv v !,■•••■. -.<^v~
Eut tuobslus; thence Bwthtvehalat in
SSIlofowimineement.
po,.,o.oosW..^M r MOJOaoN
VleMcla,B. C, April ftim.    dM»»in!l
UNI SWWEYORS,
Fire, Uft, Accident k Hirtne
Iiuiniiee.
MMwliMMlJ-
a»hK#l*i
Bought snd Sold.
,opLO»W#r£*»sr.
eajeuBBf BBaetsettsFaBaavBaBBBa^saaft
Brighouse Estate.
portion oi-.no www «.uiie witnont tn.
nnetlon of Manuella Brighouse, his wife,
or her solicitors.	
dsnlSto      MANUELLA BRIQHOUSE.
EnooATion BnAHcn or
PnoviirciAL SxcnnABr's Bepartxist,
Victoria, May 25th, ltr.
tueh In the Public Schools of the Province will hi held In the Agricultural
Hall, Victoria, commencing ou Monday,
July 4th, at 10 a.m.
Intending candidates are required to
notify this Department and furnish testimonials prior to June 24th,
Applicants for Renewal of Certificates
are hereby notified to comply with the requirements of sub-section 8 of section 41
of the "Publlo School Act, IMS."
8. D. POPE,
. dmy28m Superintendent of Education.
NOTICE.
SITTINGS OF TOE COUNTY COURT
of Cariboo will be held-
At Clinton, Friday, 18th May, 18s7.
At Llllooet, Wednesday, uth M.y, 1887.
At ISO-Mile House, Tuesday,Stilune,
At Soda Creoir, Thursday, nth June,
1887.
At quesnellemouth, Monday, 4th July,
At Rlchfleld, Saturday, 9th July, 1887.
By Command,
JNO.'apBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
dapUtd
Provincial Secretary's Office,
— April, 1887.
20th/
WOTICE,
TO ROAD CONTRACTORS.
SEALED TENDERS WILL BE RE-
oelved by the undersigned up to noon
of {wtsrdsy thelstk Isst.. for certain re-
palrs lotheroad between New Westmin-
ster and the South end of False Criek
Bridge, which will Include the construction of abont 47 ehalnt of new road.    '
Bpeeiflcatlons can be seen and forms for
tender obtained it the Government Onlce,
New Wettmlnster, and at the office of c.
G. Johnson, Deputy Registrar County
.Court, Vancouver. -   . -
Th.lowe.tor any tender not necessarily
accepted.
0. WARWICK,
Gov't Aaent.
NiwWett.,Jun«6,1887. '    djettd
Brerr stan totils own Bnunen
uSl. - FBEUB,:
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP  OOLOKIAI. HOTBLI,
NEW WBSTAflKSTKB,  B. 0.
rhyslelaas' Frastrlptlus aad Family Swipes a Specialty.
M   B. — Only Qenuln. Dregs utsd.
Onr twutr Yetn'tiptrliau.   mrM
fireat Reduction!
MTES IF MSHUHCE
By Ike eld I
. .. oriOHDOir.
m AKE NOTICE THAT I HAVE BEEN
1 authorised by the Manager to cut
down the rates u low. If not lower, than
any other Company In this Provlnee.
Mill CBKHIHeBAlI,
AGENT.
Ktw Westminster, May 23rd, 1887.
dmySsml
WE TOO,
REPRESENTING TRE
OF BBOOKLYN, ». Y.,
/Etna Insurance Co.
OX BCA.BTIOHD,
a:
RE PREPARED TO TAKE RISKS
__ tilswHttr
unttd hoe.
.slaw u uy ether Cmsasy repre-
We also save th. mured lime and trouble by being .hie; to writ, our policies
hen without reference to Viotsrl. office,
u wo are direct agists.
W69DB, TVBHH t 81MI1I,
Agcats, Newwesimlsstsr, RO.
1st June, 1887. djelml
Hut nnnmai ltr asm m
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
"Tr.atm.ot by AaMntlon hu for som.
time been recognlisThy Medtoal Men to
time beennocgnlsM by Mediosl Men to
lomplllntt sttendint thereon, successful
-eilment w«. pruUeibly Impoulbl. anil th.mtnduetrts.er tnetasrr Udnty
It eostt lets then s single pmerip-
lylswvoWlrlM
„ J II Immtuunhly	
gecttve than any gusway qf *	
 Ssoldoriiw. WornImmtdlsttlyover
th.M.t or Disuse. IU curiUve properties
become absorbed by tht dlseusdsad enfeebled Organs,continuously and dlnotly,
as required to Insure In return their healthy action and original vigour. Itlicom-
»the patient an.
gour. Ills
dnleatant
mm
and cures when. nothing else can.
. iter At*, minuftctnred
In Toronto, Is a parmaneut sure cure for
dlseues, disorders and ailments of the
Kidney., Bladder and urinary teoretlve
sytttm, or sUesd.nt eomplllau, c.u.lng
psra Is the .mill of th. back, side..etc*
producing urintry disorders, such utoo
frequent, K.ety, dtdcult, ptlnrul or eopl-
out mlcluritlon.lntblllty of retention md
Mo^g^'preWn' VW.'S'ffA
of dlseues common to the urintry secrt-
Sr£»re,S
A &>.. New WMImluster   ,    ..      .
LEY, tadner'. UnJIng: H. tJcDOWCLL
*00., HASTINGSSaVmillCO.,THE
VANCOUVER DRBQ pa, Vsneouver;
m
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
10»n Baoan Br. aad la Pah aUu,
LONDOH.
INSTITPTED 1808.
IR INSDEINO HODSBo 4 OTHEJB
_ Bolldlngs, Goods, Want, Merohan-
dise, Hanulacthrlng wd F«mlng Stock,
Ships In Port, Harbor or Dock, tnd thl
CtrgOM of such Veuelt | ilso, Shin, build-
but and repairing, Barges ind other Vet-
s*ls on navigable riven and canals, and
Good, on' board such Vessels, throughout
Gnat Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Conntriu,
'BOX MSB tR BAHlfil IT rlRI.
Subtcrlbed ud Invested Capital,
831,600.000 STG.
Katu of Premium and every tnlormt-
Uonoanbt obtained on appUoatlon to
W. I. ABM8TB0N6,
Agent for New Wettmlnster,
ASSOCIATION.
Sssrsatee Cipltil .......*l,ut,u.
FuIliSo^m't]
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
A HOME~COMPANY.
This. Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:-
* The Security offered to policy holder! li
unsnrpund by any Company doing business In Canada,
It hu no schemes of Insurance, but the
well-established lines, hence the policy
holders cannot be misled u to thefr con-
Its statements to the public can be readily understood, lta cub statement showing eviry Item of Income tnd how expen-
Iti position lsescertalnedanaualryfrom
a detailed valuation In which every Item
of liability la Included.
Its progress hu been unexampled In
tbe r,Story ot Insurance lo Cintdl.
Ill polloles are Indisputable after three
yean, and non-fortcitable after two-yetrs'
existence.
Ill profits in distributed upon in equitable Inula. Tht promt to one clau of
Elley holder, ire not lessened ts give
fer prontt to sny other eliu, whioh
 iffbrdi superior advantteu	
th. uniform bonus plan of dlttrlbnUon.
Utenl Csaaifliai u Is ButSwnsi ■■*
navel.
' Mantling Director.
Agtat, Niw Wtttmlnttn
|«4mo«lttrn.ta.
■11UI * IMFMTIR IH
CLOTHING
GROCERIES
JUST BW3BTVKD IN DRY GOODS,
A NEW STOCK
IniU thidu ud material ol DEBUS
GOODS, including Cuhmtm, M.rinos,
Silks, Satins, Bluk ind Colored Verve-
teens tnd Ploshel COTTONS (bleMhtd
ud unblewhtd). UNLNQS, BUTTONS, HOLLANDS, *c. Grey, White,
SoubtiaaChtckidFLANNRLS. LA-
DIRS GLOVES, in Cotton, Wool, 811k
ud KM. Lidlu Marino and Iamb
Wool Vutt. JBBSKY8, all pricee.
Hoeiery, Muslins, Tntptr Irish Linen,
BrlllUnti,*o.,to.
Men's Clothing!-
For QaaUty, Style, fit tad Price,
ctn't be Vouched.
MEN'S WRNISHINaS
la ..try lint. Cotton, Merino ud
Wool Uoderwur, White Shirlt, Cuffs,
Collars, Otovee, Braces, Ctrdigia Jaok-
Ut, *e. Abo, Cotton, Merino, Cub-
mire, Luim Wool ud Knit SOCKS, in
great v.riety.
Alto, HATS ud CAPS, Udies'ind
Gentt' RUBBRB GOODS ud UMBRELLAS. '
In House Furnishing Roods
Carpett, Rugs, Window Pclu with
Rings sad Monntingt, Window Holland
(Buff, Green ud Striped), Damask tad
Cretonnes, Sittings, Towelt, Whitt
CounUrpiMS, Blsschtd ud Unblsaohtd
Tablt Linus, Napkins, Tickings, Blankets ud Arctic-down Quits, Table Cloths
ud Covin.
IN GROCERIES
Everything found in . SretoUM Bitab-
lbhmsnt,udnon.butthib»rt. Cuaed
Goods, Frultt, Mutt udVigtUblu.
ietstttTsrCa«p«*eat, Idulsay
Usees wkesftktu. Bat ■ t«,r yta tk.
stst is. u Iksstwtstgwtn s^sik
«t.om*
j.}lu mm m
-IB-
fancy mm eo»
Prints, Ginghams, Piques,
Jerseys and Parasols.
LADIES' & GENTS SUMMEi MERINO & COnON UNDENWEAR.
OliOTHIN
Men's, Boys' & Children's Straw Mats,
Ac,    Ac.
a^For the next (onr weeks we will allow 5 per oent diiooant oo all
Parcels purchased exoeeding the sum ot Two Dollsn.
WALKER A, SHAOWEU,
9nao#atxa)Toaus.
lew WesutusMer.BUyUtk, MM.   -     ' ' dwmylHc
tmm
ONE CAR LOAD
Just Received from the East per 0. P. ft.
This Consignment ii Ftrv&clfMMi M.
every respect and will beiold
 ^|I.s«0—
-nana Carriages, Bojuoes anil SUees
Also, 1 Car-load Iron,
\&T Having purchased at ipeciaUy favorable rates ia taeeut, we
.re now prepared to do all sorts ot BlWkgntth Wwk »* priou con-
siderably lower than those that hive hitherto prevailed    Give a* a trial.
REiD&o»*rmmi J
dwmyHmi P«dlTe CaRlage Wwk*. CetaasUBlt.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S. MASON,
CUYLER A. HOLLAND,
urn )
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, ■ 56 Haw Broad St., . LONDON, EWUWO.
The Butinett ol ALLSOP k MASON natbwn merged in tht lioveOotjfany
tnd will be ctrried on by tht Company from thii del. u a general land Invtttro.nl
tnd Insurance Agency. ''"'
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rtttt.   Town Lots ton llsnnlng
Lands lor Sale on easy terms.
Victoria, B.C., May l«tb, 1887. dejltad
ins!
ts^MMJiW
BBACELETS, PINS, LOCKETS, CWIHS, M.
Also a large  assortment  of   SILVER   PLATED   WARE
KNIVES, FORKS, SPOONS, 8tc
jy All Goods guaranteed to be as represented.
C. M. McNaughten,
dw-jai9tc Colonial Block, New Westminster, E C.
—-   I*   I  I.IBSF-
The "cioBf mmm■■■
TTAVE RECEIVED a large and WELL ASSORTED STOCK Or
Dry Oood«,      MilUaerr*
Ladies' and OaUdrenY Underwear,
Cklldren's While snd colorefl Bnues, tor ail age*, at law price..
Also, a variety of Br* tfrBllH t,U
8illBs,?elTei8i«ndTelteteeiii,»ndBvei)
Dry Goodt Shop.      f^Inspection invited. f£J
dwtpirtc
COMMERCIAL PR4NTWQ.
TBBOOLl>HBIMPlIrmsa£*TABU*BllsuTTl>M|r|^
ell Idnds of Oomtneroial Printing.   IIH HHsh. UttSff
Cards, fovrlopM, Mank FtnMot .e^^.tjejttjb^f*), |
Prio* LlsH, tx.   Price, will be foand u low Mat my iie.ll tels*-»f»'l
fintclass work is done, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY,
Queen's Jubilee	
Cooper Stt '
Lot For 6"
R. Dichuison
...J. Kinney
J, Kills*}
I see thee not, yet do I strongly feel
Thine all-enobUng presence by my side,
As in the solemn dusk of eventide
In homage, owning thee, my heaven-sent
bridel'        . ,,.
Of nattl «/a^ti;thro»gb,,tWl VorUl so
' With tetlt chained wholly to thy form
idoaH ,  ,
Astvity.Wrd dith meet It* own true
iring prclaimt ths tide ol love is
, ■ ■      ' 1*.
fund thte in that bye and bye—
My love-day ou the calendar of fate,
And.1 shall knowithee bj(,thcJmt-love
Mounting thine oyeanil .1
,Eii>mina:
The Building Society meet to-night.
Land on Lulu Island for salo at |12
par acre by R»nd Bros.      dmy21tc
The Gladys arrived frotn up-river
port, at ^1 o'clock to-day.   ,
ArhewnanSefdrher. An old bachelor editor writes—"It is sweet to hug
a delusion." *
The London Arms saloon is receiving, what it has lyug rsnuired, a new
coat of painti--»:(    |tfl'i'lv'' "    v
Fred Archer,'accused of robbing the
safe of the Granvillo Hotel, atvan-
" ' I in thi,jail in,
' ' 1 atthe fall
„,*n ctpiured a
1 ft iheir net about four dayt ago.
A floating cage hu been mtde for the
animal and it it taking kindly to iti
captivity.
To-m«Rew horning workmen will
begin lQiaRVdoWa 7 tails.* twitch
from Edinburgh it. through the Royal
: City Pitting Mill.. Tbla»Witch is for
convenience of handling lumber for the
freeh lith tbippfng trade.
Mr. Sanaa! tligget, proprittor of
th. American hotel in thtt city, hai
sold oit his iauknt in that hostelry to
Mr. Levi,ofBorkMoody; Mr. Levi
tlksi possession ol hit new property
on Monday morning next.    ; ,
hen the ten-year-old ton. of an
rwg-r.is.ioincoont.nd check
off ttventeen hundred hogt u thoy
rush out of t lot in a body,- the neighborhood ssttUt down to th. belief thst
k*wUls«s.d.ybe pretidsm of the
United States.
They recently completed in London
a tunnel under the Thames a mile
long, shirting Wont aaoint jtrtt north
of London Bridge. It took only .bout
four month, to build, cost £25,000,
aud it oxriec^,to^beT»)(e of, tht but
Mr. D. Ltydon, agent for the San
Francisco Bridge Co., hu been awarded the contract for piling Messrs,
Scoul'ar d> Armstrong's pretniiet on
Columbia tt, > About 9)0 pile. Will be
required for this work. Mr. Laydnn
wilj.begin his operations at once.,
| SMm^m^miSf, aneffort
•m^SSSoK^
and in three dsyt 147,000 wu tub-
scribed. The Young Men's Christian
Aitccittion building now in process of
erection will cost from 175,000 to
1100,000.
A Ntw York paper telli "How to
Oct Rich," and the first direction is,
"Live up lo yoor engagements." We
know a.man in Cotton who lived up.to
> hi* engagement .id how he hu a family of teven, a threadbare suit, twenty-
uven centt in hit pocket and nothing
in the bank.
From January lit to April lit thii
year, 1,040 miles of new main track
nave been laid on forty-nine lines in
twenty-five different statei and terri-
toriet in America, a larger total than
time 1882, and indicating that the ng-
. gregate laying for the year will reach
8,000 or 10,000 miles. ,
- k teacher in a San Franeitco public
school tju informed by a lawyer at 2
p.m. that ih. wai heir to 1200,000.
He expected to tee her grab her bonnet end run, but instead of that the
calmly replied: ill will hear th. clu.
in geogtwphy, whip three boys and be
at your omce in an hour." .
Th. annual, camp-meeting at Chilli-
whtck clotod yesterday. The pros-
n«t of high water, which lutweek
threatened to sweep over the bw
lands, lint- many people amy who
would otherwise hav. been present,
bat there wu a good attendance notwithstanding, ana. good meeting.
Several tnuaieitni from thi, oity
went over to Vancouver to-day to take
part in . concert for th. benefit of the
V.M.G a. thi. miiing. Among
thee* Who sppcir on Ihe progremme
in Mrs. Major, Hit. Mtjor, Miu
HiB7»listD.BMk, Mitt Clito, Mn.
ltrttjoB,Mr.l)eBKk,»ndMr.Pearson.
_ A boy nid his first visit to .botrd-
SktlirtB^jH^'V^I, StnryT how
do you liks going'to school)" "First-
rate," h. rtplitd in en excited vole..
ell»won%7slo»e. rdon't want to
mit.ad.yl",   .       ,.-.,■;....
An English tourist now in th. lily
piM.vUitto.th. Hutingt B.smillt
aWkattfUddtirHted with all b*
saw shirs. On Mating th. .Ut. on
which thlttuty uf the rtsuls' ctr«o*i
H* kept be observed the ntmet Duk.
'jttfobrnud Etrl Derby, which
i;f.r|5
, genlle-
Be Jove,
ye know, IU awfully folly; iin't It; Jul
ye «aew, Ite^rtrfully  jolly.'   Tha
    JJ * tgried thai It
■sttyttsaja-'ir.-.,
rain who was standing by:'-Be J
•nt*.—lf_Jj£
O. A. Use?.
;^$^r^^"chiU!''
lot^anT
ivllle, Ont.,
•mttt\__a_f\tt^_sa»ttma_)_ft
tfMtemt^mrtesmw.
BSBBSaaBJrStSStSBBBH
School' ExtMiNAlios. — As bext
week is jabilee week, it list been arranged to hold tho midsummer school
examinations in this city on Thtirsuay,
Friday and Saturday of this weolt.
. ♦ ♦ —-	
Tim Woollen Mills..-T1io boiler
■for tho new woollen mitt. Iiw'.rrivod
Ind is now on Front str*ljt(.Qpposito
the mills.;'.It is Hi* intention of the
company to" build a separate building
for the. engine and boiler a short way
to the out of tho main building. This
wili bo done immediately.
1 . ^ ,—,i.' ! .
> iWtar Siioisi!.—Witt} tho May number of thii excellent monthly comes 11
large birds-eyo view of tho Statu of
Oregon, which is a very intelligent
representation of one1 of tie territories
of our nearest neighbors. Besides
this special feature, the West Shore for
May na.rn.ny attractions.
»      «.	
. Jnst think or it!—By Iho eastern
mail to-day Mr. Jos. Cunningham received 1 post card from Rev. Dr. William., dated at Calgary on the Gth
(Monday), in which the doctor mentions thst th.re were three inches of
snow on the ground! Snow matter
What people may uy, British Columbia
hu got the drop on the rest of Canada
iu the nutter of climate.
—— +.+	
Flap.. -Last night about nine o'clock
a ore was discovered in the kitchen;
in the rear of tho Rev. O. Watson's
residence. Immediitoly the alarm
wu lounded tnd the fire engine and
firemen were toon on tho tcene. For-
tunstoly, however,--the Bro was ox-"
tingaiihed by th. aid of a few buckets
of water, and the services of the tire
department were not required.
- "—! ■>«>.''',   '..•;   ;- ;
- Anotbe. Block Of Buildings.—
The Oouimblw hat learned Irom good
authority thst another big Hock of
brick building! will shortly be started
in this city by Loweuberg, Harris S>
Co., of Victoria. Tho buildings will
be situated on Front st, on what is
known as tho Douulas estate, to tho
eut of the Armstrong building, nnd
will extend from that structure to
Church st. Who says the Royal City
is pot advancing with gigantic strides I
,   .—... > .
Indian Vaccination.—Mr. McTicr-
nan, the Indian agent, we it over to
the Mission a few dayt ago, and
while there vaccinated over 150 Indian
children belonging to tho Sliammon
tribe. Mr. MoTiernan will leave in a
few days tor St. Mary's Mission tb at-
tedd the big Indian gathering, and
while there expeets to vaccinate about
300 more. Alresdy he hu vaocinated
.boot 1400 Indi.ns during 'the last
year, .nd about 4000 during the list
six years,
 .TfS?-.^ —r-	
Kino Khsnedy.—Referring to the
performsnos of this ventriloquist and
prestidigitsteur (who appears in the
Drill Shed to-morrow night), the Port
Arthur (Ont.), Herald, says: "Mr.
King Kennedy's performance in the
Town Hall wu a great success, there
being a very large audience. His new
features in the art prettidigitatory wore
well received tnd-merited the applause
he received. All the old trioss wero
well done and in both lines be satisfied
the. audience.;- In his ventriluqiml
efforts he was particularly successful-"
Running on Sidewalks.—Tho council at iti next meeting will be again requested to do something towuvds prohibiting the fitemen from running their
hose-cart on the sidewalk tn tho serimis
danger of the public. Last night when
going up Mary st. the hoso-curt was
rushed up the sidewalk at great speed.
Not long ago a person was hurt by this
unie performance, and then the council at once pasted a resolution request
ing the firemen to bo more careful in
future. They teemed however tn hav 0
forgotten that precaution last evening.
Lesson From the Finn.—An insurance expert has mado an examination
of tho place where tliu iiro occurred
last evening in 'the Meihodist parlor-
age. Be give, it as his opinion that
the origin of the frowns caused by a
■park lighting in the mass of dry moss,
of which thero was an abundant accumulation on the roof. This moss,
when thoroughly dry, is very inflammable. It is claimed thnt a strip of
sine along tho ridge-polo of a building
will prevent this amassment of moss.
There are many, buildings in tho oity
nienued by a similar danger, if tbo
conclusion of the export is correct.
The Hot Srnraos.—Mr. Wm. Rao
returned from Harrison Hot Springs
yetterday, after availing himself of the
springs for some weeks. He speaks
very highly of the curative pJoportius
of these waters, and declares that thoy
have don. him great goot. Mr. Rao
also states thtt-Mr. F. J. Barnard,
who hss been staying at the springs
Mm. weeks, hu slmott entirely recovered the mo of his binds and legs.
Mr. Barnard wu affected by a. kind of
pitslyiii. He could not wrile, tnd
could not walk Hithout Hsitatonce.
NOW he able to Write fairly well, can
Si<i up ind down itiiri alone, and is
miking Ilk. 1 new mm.
m      ^7-
Jtisura Celebration.—In another
will be found the programme of tho
jubilee sport, u .rringed by the committee. The amount nuw subscribed
for this exhibition is about 3000, and
the available funds will probably be
J»tw..n 11000 md 11200. It it unfortunate thtt to much time hit been
ooniumad in perfecting arrnngenentt.
The jubilee programme should have
advertised all over Ihe country
for three week, bslor, the | date Hied
upon. The amount appropriated for
advertising, too, is ridiculously in-
tutseiint. While tuch . pl.ee 11 Vancouver putt down (lfiO for .dvertiting
her jubilee, the Westminster committee appropriates th. psltry sum of
4)301 Oeeofth.«kjeM. ol tho celc-
bration Is to bring u many people as
possible to the city, and that can bo
Moomplished only by judioious' advertising. Our committee is young, and
by the time tho Queen's next jubilee
comet round it inty have learned sumo
tking-enltei, uofortunetety.it should
di. young! 1
Tbe TiiMMioHE's » Limit. —Many
experiments have been tried showing
the great distance to which it is possible io work the telephone. . This, of
course, has a scientific interest, but
the practical question is how far can it
bo practically worked. This question
has been answered by Dr. Wietlisbach.
According to his estimate a. telephone
line 1250 miles long costs above 860,-
000, and ho tolls us it'is possible to
Speak over this distance; but to make
it pay, such a line must earn 61. per
minute, and henco a short conversation
would cost t wo or threo pounds. The
telegraphic works ut about oue-tonth
the cost at such u distance. Up to
about 300 miles tho telephone boats
the telegraph; at about 310 miles they
run neck and neck; and over this distance the telegraph is the winner.
Sitii'Tisu Ground.—Last week our
Church st, cotemporary made certain
explicit statomotits respecting tho editor of this journal in connection with
the board of trade mooting. Among
other things bo said iho editor sought
to obtain! an expression' of opinion
from the board in favor of bringing
the Westminster mails from Victoria
by woy of Vancouver. This, and the
rest of. his statements, we distinctly
denied', The organ to-day shift, his
ground and says the question of mails
was discussed before he entered the
board of trade meeting! Then what
becomes of his previous assertion to
tho effect that the editor of this paper
endeavored to procure an opinion—if
the editor was not present! Tho organ
is sometimes sorely tried when he at*
tempts to back, up statements which
■have no'-found'utibn ih fact.1'''
- ■ • ♦	
A lady writes: "I was enabled to re-
remove the corns, root and branch, by
tho use of Holloway's Corn Curo.'
Others who hove tried it have the same
experience.
Personal.
A. E. Hill C.E., of Vancouver, is
iu the city.
Rev. Dr. Williams arrived at Calgary last Monday. .
Rev. Mr. Ludnor came into the
city from Vancouver to-day.
Rev. J. A. Wood, of Ladners, returned from Chilliwhack oh the Gladys
to-day.
Rov. D. Fraser left yesterday for
Winnipog, whore he goes to attend the
synod meeting.
Wm. Rue returned yesterday from
Harrison Lake, where he hu been for
some weeks taking advantage of
the springs.
Geo. Hayes arrived in tho city today. Mr. Hayes has just returned
from an extended trip through Oregon,
and is .on his way home to Nicola.
W. R. Austin, of this city, left yesterday per C.P.R. for' Nova Scotia
where he will visit his home. Mr.
Austin has not seen his native province
for 10 years. .H^o exopcts to return in
in about two months'.
Pusserigei».,per"sti'. .Qlidys, from
Chilliwhack to-day: Miss Crake, Mrs.
Pearson, Miss Vusoy, Master C. E. Robson, Mrs. McNeil, Jenkins, G. Cul-
bid;, Mrs. Murray and children, Hamilton, McLennan, Oliver, Russel,
Hawkins, Maehie, H. W. Tiomnn,
lleadeie, W. Beckett, H. Gillcy.
; six Months at Hard Labor.
iionis lleo tile Hnir-Brecd, will So-
,.    Juurua Hlillc In Jail.
WHAT HE HAS ACCOMPLISHED,
Louis Bee, a half-breed, wis arretted
Borne days ago: for supplying liquor to
Indians, and was this morning stn
tenccd by the police magistrate to six
months' imprisonment with hard labor.
Tho prisoner deserves his punishment.
This is not his first offence by any
means, although he has generally been
able to evado the grtsp of ,thu law
through peculiar technicalities of. tho
Indian act, which is not at all clear in
its meaning. Tho prisoner has long
boeu known to and has frequented
the many Indian reserves in this district. The Indians call him "poliac-
lio." Mr. McTicrnan, tlio Indian
agent, informs us that tlio prisoner's
misdemeanors havo caused much misery and injury to many of tho Indian;
tribes. Ono reserve in particular, the
Keatsie, will bear witness to Mr. Me-
Tioruaii's assertion. Six yean ago
this reserve wu ono of tho most prosperous in tho district. Tho Indians
were thrifty, industrious and sturdy.
To-day tlio reserve is becoming depopulated, the Indian, hav. neglected
thoir gardens and agricultural pursuits, and have degenerated into a class
of roving and drunken nomads. Here
is ample evidence that civilization,, u
introduced by this class of white people, moans death nnd oxtinction to the
Indian, iu tlio meantime the prisoner
will languish inside the iron griting of
tho'jail, and during his incarceration
at least, the Indians will be free from
this post of humanity. '
J.'H. Eirl, West Sheffced." l'.Q.,
writes': " I have la nn troubled with liver
complaint fer several years, ind have
tried different medicines witli little or
no benefit, until I tried Dr. Thomas'
Eloctrlo Cil, which gave me immediate
relief, and I would lay that I hive nted
It since with the best effect. No one
should be without it. I have tried it on
my horse in eases of cuts, wounds, ete.,
and I think it equally as good for hone
as for man." !
      . ♦i.^.	
Mrs. Honeymoon (to husband, who
is a railway president): " And aro you
sure you will alwByl, aluxnit lore roe
more than you will any one else!"
Mr. Honeymoon (absently):: "Impossible In siiv. You see, it is very
doubtful whether the Inte.-Stite law
will idle* me to me to make any discrimination. "—Harper's Batart
',.,   • ■—rr--—* sr. '
,.A dog-light at Arkansas Post called
out 500 peoole, and did not end until
thirty or forty men wero taking a hand
i!^^^^r.^rdW
wm a dtuw, the row among the m.n
tent a dozen or moro to the hoapital
with cuts and shots and bruises.,
" '.—'  .. '
Worms derange tho. whole system.
Mothet•tlraves' Worm F.xterrnlnatol1 de-
ranges Worn*, and gives rest to the sufferer. It only costs twenty-five cents to
trf ttrt twsonvlneed; •■ »•' '■"' •'•	
.Stabbing Affray.      -T
•> Cariboo Joe " Dels * Knife In hit
Back at tbe Half-way Home,
and  It removed   to tie
Hospital..
Joe Mathews, otherwise known u
"Cariboo Joe," wu itabbed at the
Half-way House between this eity and
Vancouver about 3 o'clock yesterday
afternoon. Mathews wu brought to
this city by stage. On arriving here
mediosl attendance was summoned.
The wound was exsmined and found
io be in the lowor part of the
back. The wound was dressed snd
Mathsws was taken to the hospital last
night At last accounts he was doing
well. It ii impouible yet to state
whether the wound Is dangerous or
otherwise, u its depth is not known.
It wu indicted with the blade of a
large jack-knife.
The man who stabbed Mathews is
Jim Hsrris, who has lived with Mtth-
ewt for quite a number of yean on a
ranch between thii oity md Vancouver,
■nd it quite an, old m.n. Hitherto
Hanit ind Mathewt' have been th.
but of friend.:' Mathewt soys that at
the time he was wounded there wu no
dispute between them. Harrit pulled
out the knife from his pocket ml Mid
something about killing somebody.
Immediately he ran the knife up to its
'handle in Mathews bsck. Mathews
jumped away from him -. and Harris
cried out that he must kill somebody
and mado another lurch with the blade
atMathews. Mathewshoweverdodged
him.
A tpeoiil constable wu despatched
to the acene of the affray at 8 o'clock
last night, and arrested Harris and
brought him to the oity and lodged him
in jail.
1 i *•*»»■• ;	
Thi Proper Channel for the escape
from the .tyi'jem of impurities which
would, if they remained, poison tbe
blood, is through the bowels. When
the outlet is obstructed it may be disencumbered wit'i Northrop 4 Lyman's
Vegetable IXicovery and Dispeptio Cure,
a remedy which regulates the system,
invigorates digestion, and is pure and
safe as well u effective. It cures all
dlseues arising from impure blood.
LOT FOR SALE.
- OT 11, BLOOK 1, COLOMBIA AND
j Front Sts. Apply on tbe premises,
i JAS. KINNEY.
Cooper  Stock.
UTTER PERKINS OF   ALL SIZES
j {workmiuiHlilp warranted); Fish Barrel* and half barrels. Any person In
want ofthese goods Is invited to call and
examine the articles. Shop, Front St,
next to the Foundry,
dwjeSwS 7     JAS. KINNEY.
B
A CHANGE
mo MAKE HOUSE RENT AND WO A
J. Month, by purchasing tho Furniture
Apply at this Office. djedw2
To Contractors!
THE PLANS FOR THE NEW SANK
uf a C, to be situated on the corner
of Columbia and Mary Streets, can be
neon at Mr. H. V. Edmonds' Offloe after
Thursday next. The building will be S
storfcn in height, and of brick and stone,
djeftd ■
Business Chancel
THE PROPRIETOR OF ONE OF THE
leading Business. Houses und In the
best business part of t Ills city, being about
to visit his home ubrond, on business,
olbrs for sale his stock and Interest on
easy terms—% cash down; balance on
time. ApplyutthlsOfl.ee. djc7te
To Contractors & Builders.
WHOLE AND SEPARATE TENDERS
will be received by Ihe undersigned
up to noon on Thar*,li,r the lfllhnf Juae,
for the erection of a THREE • STORY
BRICK BLOCK for Mcsi.ni. W. J. Armstrong and E. S. Scoullar. Plans and
specifications can be seen at thU offlee on
ond after the Mil Inst.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted:
G. W. GRANT, Architect,
McKcuKle Street.
New West., B.C., June ii, Wl.    djefltd
F
Mam
.WOTIOB.-
OTICE IB HEItEBY GIVEN THAT
.   O. T. Cosovkb was this day elected
„'annaer ol the Pioneer Lumber Co. (LI-
Kilted): and that Mr. Conover and he
nlr la authorised and empowered to
transact business aud sign lor the Cora-
pany.
ForthePioii«.«Lr«nr.BCo.(Llmlted),
C. T. CONOVEB,
Manasjer A secretary.
JOSEPH UOCKRILL,
Treasurer.
Doled Port Moody, B.C., June ,1,18»7,
dwjedwl v
*T©naH.
Is Ike Bailer sr ike latali sf J. c.
flarse, accuse* Islellsle,
A LL BUMS DUE THE ESTATE OF
A the late J. B. Murne must be paid to
tlio undersigned forthwith; and all persons hKVlnu claims agslnst the said Estate must send In their accounts, duly
verified, to the undersigned st New Westminster, on or beforotn.Tthdayor July,
A. D. 1887.       .....    .
Dated at NcwWestmlnslorlhoMh May,
A.D.18S7. JOHN ELLWOOD,
dmySsto Administrator.
TENDERS FOR
Brick Building!
31ENDERH WILL BE RECEIVED BY
. the undersigned op to noon on ICON*
AY, StttH INHT,, for eonittuotldf * it-
story Brick Bnlldlng on Lot 9, Block fl,
Front Street,
Plans and specifications can be aeen at
the offlee of Henry V. Edmond*, McKenslo Street.
The lowest or nny tender not necessarily
dje"!
■pled,
s7ld
JNO, A. WEBSTER.
BAZAAR
DRILL SHED
WBdnB8daj, 15th Jnne, '87.
rTIHB LADIES AID (if THB MKTHO-
•I dlst Church will holds Btsasr for the
t&Wn'Utei^&ttF
4^°«b°i^Wn«hVii.ra
fi Refreshment. - Ice-Cream, Lemonade,
elc-durlng the day and eveulnj.
CELEBRATION
NEW WESTMINSTER
JUN8 14tli A 15th, \m.
Opening wl' the Park.
Royal Artillery Salute.  T
Torchlight Procession
Horse, Boat & Canoe Racing. '
Unities and Sport*.
City Band.
JtfTlie-various Committees will spare
no pains to make the Celebration a sue
i>.b. <:rnTi*.
.-sec
R. DICKINSON.
Mayor*
HORSE RACING, 14th JUNE, 9 A.M.
Comwittee.—H. Rllictti D, McPhadeu,
J. Punch, A. O. Gnmble, W. Moresuy. j
1st Race-open to all comers-catch
weight*. Entrance fee 15 per cent, Hnlf
mile heats, best 2 In il First prize $200
with entrance added; Second homo saves
entrance.   ,    ,, . .. ,   ,
2nd Race—Running—open to all Meal
horses. Entrance fee 10 per cent. :iuif
mile race, best 2 in 3. First prize $73; Sec*
ond horse saves entrance.
3rd Race-iRuriniri«t—open, to common
saddle horses. Entrance fee JO percent.'
Half mile l.entfl, bent.. In 3. One prize (15/
(Judges to determine wh Ich are common.1
saddle Itorses). < - . ,,
4th Race—Rutin In g—Tudlfti) ponleii. Entrance feo SI. Hnlf mile race, best 2 in Si
First prize 810, Second t'J. ... -
Thiee horses to enter und two horses to
start In each race, 'licciuiofi of Committee
to beflnni,	
All entiles fur rtii-es, except race Ho. 4,
to he made (before 13 noiin io T>. Mcl'bad-
en) on Monday inth inst.
Horses for first men to be on tho ground
atOa. m. sharp. Fifteen minutes to be
allowed between cacli heat. - u
BOAT ANBCANOE RACING.
Committkk.—Alex. Ewen, J. A. Laidlaw,
Wm. Johnson, Capt. A. Grant, Wm. Vlan-
on, J. E. Insley,
Sailing race for open boats not to exceed
30ft. In length, il bouts to. start. Entrance
fee 85.00.   First prize 580.00; Second 820.C).
Sailing race to begin at 2 p. in. nth of
Juno.
Four Oared Qig Race, open to all comers,
with orwithout outriggers or sliding seats.
Entrance $2.50. First prise $50.0; Second
81O.C0. To be rowed on the Uth of June at
4 p. m. i
Fishing Skiff Race. .
Two pair sculls (white nicn) open to all
comers. Entrance 91,00. First prlke'$12.-
50; Second $10.00. To be rowed on the 14th
of June.
Boys Race—(white) under 18 years, two
pair sculls. First prize $7.50; Second $2,50,
To be rowed ou tho 14th of June.
Indian Canoe Race—(15 in each canoe).
First prise W0.O, second prlzr* 87.50,
Indian Cunoe Race—(11 men in each
canoe).  First prlso^SEOo, sccimd $S.fi0.
Indian Canoo Race—(2 men in .each
canoe).   First prize $4.0.
Indian races to commence ou the 15th of
June,at8n.ai, ni
Single Scull Race, open to all coiners.
PrlsetiOO; To bo rowed ori the 16th of
June, mi ,.   ■ ' > ■,    * j- ■
Decision of Committee to be final, three
boats, Kkiii's or eituoes to enter.   -
GAMES ANB SPORTS.
Committee.—h. V, Bonson, F. Clinton,
W. J. Carbett, W. Ross, P. Grant, T. Mow
att, F. Crake, J, Sprott.    ,
TO COMMENCE 10 As SI., 15T1I JUNE,
400-yord Race Entrance fee $1,00. First
prise$IO; Bccohd&CO..,•' "    ';fi
lO-yard Race. Entrance feo $1.00, First
prize J8.C1): ttecoml (4.CU. ,«
Hurdle Race [5 hurdles]. Entrance fee
fLOO.  Flrstpilso$10.00; Second tl.00.
Running I/nig Jump. EnuanceSOcts.
First prise $i.O; Heijond $2 00
Standing Long Jump. EntranoafiOots.
First prise S&O; Second >}2.00.
Running High Leap:--Kntrance SOcts.
First prise CU3; Mccond $2.00; Third $1.00.
Running Hop, step and Leap, En-
trance 63 ets.- First prize 31.CO; Second $2,00
Standing Hop, Rt*p& Loup. Entrance
60 ct«.  First prise C4.10; Second $2.0.
Vault I tig. Entrance SOcts. First prise
$8.03; Second $1; Third $2.00.
Three-legged .Race, i Entrance 50 ctB.
First prize fi.13; Hecond &L50.
Wheelbarrow Race. First prise $6.00;
Hecond $2.50. ■ Entrance free.
Hack Race First prixe €5.00; Second $2.-
CO.  Entrance trco. i    ft   Jfl  :
Hoys Race 'under if, yeural. Entrance
frco.   First prize 3.'M1Q; Hecond Sl.r-j.
Tug of War - lletwcen Artillery and
Rifles. Prise $15,0. «  %   •
T0R€1ILI4!HT   PROCESSION
In Canoes and Boats on Frnser River on
the evening of the 14th.      -
^ittrJtmT*i» bam  tmtmaW       eaaVe«i>ta^bsl«M
In the DRIU. SHtD qivTdipday Evening, 14th inst.    ■■ '■■ ■ >" V " •■
■»"Exeursion Rates ou Hteamrrs and
Rail ways-Round Trip Tickets, One Fare.
Transfer Comp'y
NBW WUTMimiCB, B. C.
Buk, Blagii Imry ud FeedlUUM
HAOK   RATI8.
From the Stand to any odd point
south of Royal Aveiiuc,e'eh person ,$   25
From the Stand to any pno.point   -
within the city limits, one person,..     50
Each additional person ..,..;      25
To or from Steamer or Train-same
as above.
Driving by the hour-first hour.....,..,  2 60
Following hours-each   1 60
Hack to Vanoouver nnd Return , 10,00
*   ' Port MOOdy tnd Ret«m4i.i... '7 50
•^.Me^CelSaiaW.^.   ^     lJ
djetto Telephone Calls—10 A Sit.
OF THI HARRISON.
'     iTil'i
IIWMIIDIY THI UADINO PHTIIOMM.
PRIVATISWWMMItANO VAPOR
^^kXiWtlmimal]
With Etperlenenl Attendants In Charge
B.lel ArrM>M«MlM as.Srp.UM,
with iradnalsd rates,
States ment nil trains ut Aeflssl/'s Sin-
tloliTo. P. K.
Hatardij rite by 0. I*. R-Weslmlnster
good for lo days, ii0u,.( , uwjeolc  ,
0
•th -t-^n'
mmmam_m_mma__
LE & GO.
IMPORTERS, JOBBERS A DEALERS IN
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, LINNOLEUMS
House Furnishing Goods.
Men's, Youth's A Boys' Clothing,
Underwear. Shirts. Collars.
Ties, Socks, Hats & Caps.
We always carry a VERY LARGE STOCK to select from
and give a GOOD ARTICLE at REASONABLE RATES.
P. DRYSDALE & OO-r
T.W&r*. '.''' MCfllumbiaSt,.NewWettioini,ter.. ■
§|P|
JUBILEEYEAR 1887;
Just received in our Millinery and Dress
Department, the Newest Designs from London Direct, consisting of
NOVELTIES IN HATS.
The Battenberg, Lady Churchill, Queen's Jubilee, Norfolk, Chandos,
Rutland, Suflield, Pagoda, Marchioness, Ellen Terry, Purl,nc\v
and striking Sailor Hats and Boating, Picnic and Sun Hats in
numerous varieties. V
ROBE COSTUMES.
Silks and Striped Satins. Aigrettes,' Ornaments, Plumes and
Trimmings of all descriptions.
Great additions have been made to our usual heavy Stock; in
every Department, including Men's Clothing and Furnishing.
JA^ES ELLARD & GO.,
dwapflto
OOaLTJls£B3LA.
IVo-w    TrVest'r, ■ ;'':■$£■ O.
BRITISH BLUE MOHLED SOAP "-«&:■
est
[UEEN'S JUBILEE SOAP *-—*r...xen».
■ the best lor th.
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