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Array •pvornmcnt Printing office
VOElTME t
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0.. TUESDAY EVENINO, MAY 1, 1888.
NUMBER 102
' t-v.WOl.r SMITH, M.D.
'  OPWOE-flarkson Street, opposite rear
entrance of Colonial Holel.
,   ItESIDENCF.-A.nes BL, oppoalte new
I Baptist Cliuroh. Telephone No. 28.
orCIOE HOVR8-10 a. m. to 12 noon; 3
■'to t__^ri> to IP- m... , dnpldto
I.
m. KACLKtn, B. A., M. D„ 0. H.
OFFICE! McKenale Street.'
!   IIESII1EN0E: Agnes Street, third house
>; rom Marl/ Street.  Telephone No. 17.   •!
OFFICE IIOURS! lOtolil; Sto5; (tog.,
d-acltto
' ii a.iiimMi,b. A.,a.».,
'       i, I'^TSIClANiStjIipBtill.
i "-'PICK and KEBIDENCE-Churob St.
ah^S^^JSmTW.'if
OFFICE HOCllS-ltolOJVm.; itogand
1»to»p.m. Call, la town and eo>n-
lrjpro.nptlrwSend.dto.       ;.<#$ .
is
P  WKLtll,
DENTIST.
Room IB,   ''   • '  '' -      ' Coloolal Hotel.
omdaHotJBd-lDtot dlette
CK. C. BHOWN,    •■
»8r.':' :;' - ■     '
lt——h_
') OrwoR — Over Bank ol B, C, corner
1 Mary and Columbia Streets,
!   Houna--«a.m.-toTp. m.  *   dwJyMic
w.
k. SMITH.
DENTIST.
r'Oraduateor Penn College of Dental Sur-
Orncxa-Sank Building,
dwmhiotc
(•waaoiio k Mckvu,
BARRISTERS,
suucitors, Era
' viiiws. uaaonlo Bulldlnsi, Itew Westminster, ami Vancouver, B. 0.    Jyaidwte
"n  O. ATKlSaON,
•i.       .0 1      .■   ■   ■   .
I       BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, ere.
WoKdaale Street,
','-.) ■ ■ .    '■ ' i'
' dwfeUte New Westminster, B. C.
m
tiOHHA* HOI.E.H.C.,
milRL-rTEIi-AT-I.AW.
'-.■.lid A.aut
Money to Lonn,
Columbia's*,,
* aerjte New Westminster, 3, Oa
n   W  QUAIT,
jut.
ARCHITECT,   . '
Q**rii*t-Contor Mary anil Clarkson his.
ilwfcJStc
ILOW * MAOLirRR,
ARCHITECTS.
• rwa- Room B,
OvsrBnnkof B.C.,
Jaullte Columbia Street,
ITII.LIAM n. KINS,
A(l0HITl«*V,    Hill-
•IILDINU A LAND SURVEVOR,
.  SANITARY ENGINEER,
■woa-Ncw Masonic Block,
rlwaplglc Westminster.
LLBBH1* 1, BILL,
M. Oak. Sue. C. E.
'VII. ENGINEER,
* "* l*fcANDSURVEiroh ami
DRAUGHTSMAN!
rjioa-New Masonic Block,
dwmhlSte Now Wostmlnslor.
_
j, wuau a n„
ODITORS, ACCOUNTANTS, and|
GENERAL FINANCIAL AGENTS,
|BASK BCILMHO, '        '*7
New Weatminater, B. 0,
j'so—Clare Road, Halifax, England.
;     dwjnylte ..  .-,
ft *   _t.mtayJt.t-M A JltJllU
i, AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISE!*.,
ilumlila stnet, .New Westminster
Alt oommlsalona will reeeive prompt
id careful atteatloa. Beat rafmwxa
'•nwh.uiwr.liwl. ahDMc
RAND BROS.
IBtl. BSTAfB BROICBKI,     '
C«*av.*ra*aa.ffa.OaUMtarai
AM lM-waaie.Ai.Ht..
M.M at VICTORIAi Fort Street,     :
 NEW WESTMINSTER: Corner
HcKenalo and Clarkson Sts.
VANOOUVER, Cordova Street
1UIMHN0 WW toeuleln all.section.
Vaaeauver and Now Wntmlnatar Oily.
'ABM LAND* of superior quality lor
le at Obllllwhaek, port Hammond,
tagley, Mateqnl, Samaa, Mud Bay,Lad-
ffundln|i' Lulu Island. Nortfi Arm
ilblted audtMJoll-
ibedata,|lonroaieei,
nlliais PQ&
MiKgBntiASiirwps.
bin ruriRM. iiibtrti ■*»
Jrgc m Smsll gam, „• ijoney Advanocd
hi) Wood JHtvmm, at Rcauaahlc
I ':*a#Ua.w Intaragt.
rasa Ibr Sala « Fraser liver, ab.ro
VILLIAM8 BBOB. nrolnconstanteom-
inleatlon wltb Intending' eettlera from
gland and ela.wb.ra, ami have special
nitl.l for .Ihotlni tales.
"■Hchanes are lower than any other
lerni'flnurtllleandcoi*.
aaToppoalte 0. P. A, Blatlon,
" - dapMml
ir.St*.
mAKE *HI3 OPPORtfTOiTV OF THANKING THEIR NUMEROUS PAT-
I rons lor the very liberal support extended to them I" the past and of informing
them that they are still to be found at the OliD STAND, ant trait that by oareful
attention to business in all its details to .till merit and secure .that largo tharc of
patronage which has always been extended to them.
"Small Profits and Quick Betm-ns" to our nwtto, and^hlle we con-
fees that we have not yet solved the problem of BUYING md SELLING and UV->
INU BY THE LOSS, yet at the aame time we do claim that wa have discovered
WHEN, WHERE and HOW TO BUY the numerous Artlole. that we carry.
Hence, by buying in the best markets, at the pi oper season, we aw able to offer
onr Customers the VERY BEST MANUFACTURES at the LOWEST POSSIBLE
PRICES;/We hava purchased very largely for {he prt^aeaatmanilwithHia
atock already received and on the way, we olaim to have one ol. the teat .elected
St-^»*Bi-h*ii*^(k^ >	
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWitRE,
Including Tools of all kinds of the beat makes; CroSS-CUt & Hand-Saws,
Barbed Wire for Fencing, and all the necessary Utensils far farmiuei
PuUey Blocks, Snatch Blocks. Bepe -<__i toMstoesi Pitch,
TartV Oaknmt Tarred aud Plain Paper fur BalMlngt PatartsdtOlls
in all colors; liquid Paints Inall shades; Floor Paints ready touae; Grind
Htonesi Wall Paper in all deaigiu; Brooms k. Brashes for all pat-pewa;
lubricating Ollst Traps of all descriptions, large enough to catch the Chinaman who steals your chickens, the Bear or Panther that get away with your family
of pigs, and small enough to annihilate the Mouso that destroys your grain and
nibbles at your ohceso.   ' <;-nfl9
<sr Special attention given to ordera by mail, and if you have any doubt where
to buy any particular -article, why go or Bond to
T.J.TRAPP*CO.,
dwapstc
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
Pioneer Hardware Store!
BSVAB-blfSBIlS 1888.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
Columbia Street.  Westminster, B. C.
IlIPOSIEB    OS* O-*-?
Hardware,Agricultural Implements
Faints, Oils, Glassware, proc^-Qr, Wall
Papers* WoodM-wiare. -• ■
STOVES AND RANGES
xxr chiba.t -vjtjamaitr.  ■
Tinware, Hollownrc, Plumber's Goods, Iron Pipe
:    and Fittings.
Manufacturer of Tinware. Employs none but first-class Workmen. Contracts for Sheet-iron' Cornice Work, Gas Fitting,
Plumbing, Roofing, 4c, &c.
tar All Work Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction. dwmhioml
GLOBE   HOUSE
NOTICE TO THE LADIES.
MILLINERY MILLINERY
JUST    ARRIVED,
LATEST LONDON & PARIS FASHIONS
STRAW HATS in all Shapes,
j BONNETS of^e Newest Style.    W§
* AWO-A SrLKNDID ASS0RTM8NT0F
li '■' ''-'.',
Ribbons, Flowers, Wings, Feathers,
Hat Ornaments & Trimmings.
O.A.X,X.  JkXtXS   BXA1III-TII.
«.*«. MRS. WM. RAE.
W. & G. WOLFENDEN
ARE NOW SHOWING
New English Dry Goods!
PERSONALLY   SELECTED   IN   ENGLANP AND
•i    SUITABLE FOR TtfE"PRESENT SEASON.
Itie-peotion. Invited.
dwap23tc
DRESSMAKING
At MISS JENNINGS',
(Lath or e)notstip)
Corner of Ohuroh and Oolnmhlafilv^^^r
NEW WESTMINSiBB,
l»*B«t***lMtloii untamwj),    twtene
2IOTIOE
JIUVATE M-rfDERS ytlU, BK BE-
lie li
livei
L   celved by the.undersigned, for the
Xnroli.se nl .iBiulurs Erriin. srr.l Bpralt'n
rk, M_theiPjn*,.fnr onsh, t_l_ [lie Ist
lowest or nny lender not uoeeuwlly
Mcaptml.
QKO. W. HAYNES,
InpSIW For J, sprntt KstMe,
May, IMS, Beimrite icnileri for eicii* veS-
"1.
W.O. LOYE,
fuliimilili Bfld ui 8hH Ibln,
*tSSM\mmSS)w%fS      —"%'     aJmrS}       WSjmfW      ffM^|
WTOrder. promptly nltended to,
cl.rks.K SI.. Inreorof Colonl.l Hotel, next to Rmid Bros,'oDIm, dMlle
Hisses Carr& McRae
(LATEOF SEATTLE)
FA8IH0NABMS OBBSSNAKBSS
At thi Ion Maromi,
ColumbiaSt,     •      New Wemmtimlirr.
Agents for Iho WCab. Sa«aUnl*.r-a>t.
.....  dnirUSto.     .
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Civic OFFi«i«ta.—Mityor, Hobert Dlok-
nifon; Otly Clerk, ilupt. l-UthlnHou; Folic*) MiigiHlriito, T. fl. Atklnnjii: Chief
JCtiKinour Fire Doptflnifiit*, W. Corbelt;
Assistant, If. Head,
COUHT  OFFICIALS.!
pre me Conrt, Hon. J.	
irai, W. H. FHldln-jTSKerlfl;
strong.  |* ,     t\\i   !$:>■
1 Provincial Ofpiobrh.— Government
Agent.Ciius. Warwi^RegiBtraro/ XitlM.
B. W. Armstrong: gppt. df  Provincial
s.^UudKa of. tlie 8u-
J.JCMQCrprght: Itegii-
.gTBherlff, W. J. Ami*
Any lum, Dr. R.
lum, Jan. Phillips;
Pritou. Wm. Mores
lnmbtau Hospital,
fmlioii Agont, Jno. i
itVmtrlM. Mf-t
fley: IlureRrof Any-
(ovornor of Central
i'Htewurd Boyal Co-
has. Dlgby; Tmral-
prott; Coroner, W.
DoMimoN OFFiciAXfc-Postmwter. J.C.
Krown:CoMector of rastoiOi&jr.SiClute;
Wiinlen Of Penltontlte A.HVMcBride;
Dominion Land Agent, a. B. W. Afktaan;
Crotn -tltnttw' Af ^t,']T.:li* .Hlggl^avH:
insMotorof M^m|M^!| H^*-
BEPRMi^ArTiVES.-Senator, pr. T. B.
Mclnnes; Home of Oommonti, Donald
CbUholm; Provlnulnl Legislature, Capt.
W.N. Bole, Q.C ,
HAILS CLOSE  AND ARRIVE.
OZ.OS3D
ForOan. Pnc. Ry.-Dally (except Snnday
and Mondny). at 12.45, and on Satun'
(for disputed Hundny) ntJB..     .  __
For Victoria, V. I., und Western U. 8* Offi-
nes—Monday, 12.45; Tnesdny, S.10 and 19;
Wednesday, 6.30; Thursrlny, 8.15 and 19;
Friday,U.UU; Saturday,8.15.    .
For Vancouver, Moodyville and Burrard
Inlet—Daily (except sundny) at 8.16.
For Port Moody—Dally (except Sunday)
at 8. | ■ ■ ■,
For Lndner**** Landing and Luln Island-
Monday, 12.45; Tuesday and Thursday
atl9.
For Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie, Surrey
Centre and Langley Prairie—Saturday,
9.
For North Arm and Sea Island—Thursday, 13.80. '
For Elgin and Mud Bay—Saturday, 12.45.
For Plumper's Pass-Monday, 12.45.
For Nanalmo (direct mal I)—Tuesday, IS.
From Can. Pac. By.—Dally (except Saturday) at 13.
From Viotoria—Sunday. Tuesday and
Thursday, 16; Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday, 11.80,
From Vanconver, Moodyvllle and Bur-
rnrd Inlet-Dai ly (except Sunday) at 19.
From Port Moody—Dally (except Sunday)
From 'Ladner's Landing; and Lulu Island
-Sunday, Tuesday ana Thursday, 18.
From Clover Volley, Hall's Prairie and
Langley Pralrle-Frlday, lfl.
From North Arm and Sea Island—Thursday, 12.
From Elgin and Mud Bay-Saturday, II.
From Plumper's pass—Sunday, 16. f
From Nanalmo (direct innllj-Saturday,
POST OFFICE HOURS:
Money Order Hours-9 to 17 dally; and
General Delivery from 9 to 19 (7 p. in.},
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; 9 to
18, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays—
exoept when mails nro being mado un or
sorted.
■=**
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purlty.strenfrthandwholeeome&ess. Mon
economical than the Ordinary kinds, and
eannot be sold In oompetltlon wltb the
multitude of low test, short weight alora
or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans.
Royal Baking Powder Co., loe wall SU,
TTewYork. sfely
TO LET:
STORK ON COLUMBIA STREET, In
Dank o/11, 0. BulldlsK. Applyto
rllilhaitc        HENRY V. EDMONDS.
FOR   SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN th. I.ANO-
IsySnw ana Pinning Mill: mill In
good order. For particulars apply on th.
premises to H. WEST,
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JAOKSON,
aplSle A HELMOKEN Victoria,
Tug for Sale!
TUG BOAT 76 FEET; COMPOUND MA-
ehlnery, by Eastern makers.
Apply to
MKBSIU..BEWICKE A WULFFSOHN.
djaflto Vancouver, B. C.
Gentlemen's Clothes
CLEANED & REPAIRED.
All orders left at the Farmers' Home or
Mr. Dash wood- Jones' will bo promptly
attended to.
Mllkflt«llo« (juaranlrri).      dnp2lml
JHoney_Wanted.
m_ MUNICU'AI, OOUNCIL OF RICH-
JL inoiid intern! lo l.rrrrir Delienture. miller tlio .nlliorliy or the "Municipal Loan
Bylaw, iiwi.tt to the amount ot tSOsWe,
Sealed tenders, niiukeit' "Unit," will he
received by the lllilenrlsned up to the
Ninth day of Mny, issi, tut tho pun
ehatc nf |ih,oiio of the shove,
DolicntiircK nvo issued on die creditor
one of lire best nrrrliiillurnl municipalities 111 tlielliiiiiliiliiii, mnilo iHiyabloln W
years, and bearlm InleroHt ut Bjier cent.,
jmyiible yearly at Ibe llni.lt of n. o., N.w
WOHliiitimtTTr. I'lrrlla.li'iiili'i'liiuwllliilate
the iirinniiii miiiiIihI nnrl the price at
which IIit'.v will holuliTii.
Thebltflirrrittiriinyliiiirlni nnl necessarily
arcyilcil,
By nnlor uf llio Council,
0. D.SWRKT.ftM.C.
Norlh Arm, April lllh, 188a.      ilwaplite
glailg glritish (Eolumbian
Tuesdu K.eal.i, M.y i, IM.
Scientific Miseellanj-.
Oub Ooloks.—Some 150 different
colon are now obtained Irani coel-
ttr, and-these have almost entirely
supplanted vegetable and animal
Ayes. In {act, only two ot the vegetable class—indogp and logwood—
are still of any: oorinderable importance. Ocpl yields a large amount
ot coloring matter, the magenta from
a ton befog- sufficient to dyo 500
yards of flannel; tlieaurine, 120; the
yeriiiilljne-s'carlot, 2560; »nd th*
aliaarine, 265.,' :. ;..i :.•,.•,,:
TJnbafk SAyu8. — Experiments
with a new gas blowpipe of Thomas
Fletcher, of Warrington, Eng., have
demonstrated that there is no long.
cr such a thing as a burglar-proof
safe. With this little fusing apparatus thick iron and steel plates are
penetrated as readily as wooden
doors with carpenters tools. The
instrument was devised for machinery repairs, but its adaptability to
burglars' uses—if made a little less
noisy—may render necessary a revolution in the making of safes and
strong vaulls.
Uimbhomania. — A trne art is
claimed ai a development of the
familiar diversion of making rude
figures by the shadow of the hands
on the wall. Trewey, a Frenoh artist, has added groat variety to thete
shadow pict Ares, and his fast-increasing list already numbers moro than
300 new forms. By patient exercise, he has given bis handt great
suppleness, enabling him not only
to represent'the most diverse figures
upon a screen, but to give them motion and life. The swan smoothing
its plumage, the bird taking night,
the cat making its toilet, the tightrope dancer, who, after saluting the
public, rubs chalk on her feet before
walking on the rope, an among the
silhouettes produced of mush- wonderful accuracy that oh? nckY scfirMy
believe that they are shadows of the
hands alone.
Artificial Spkcibs.—Though it
is not certainly known that new
species of animals or plants have
been produced artificially, everybody
is aware that, by meant of intelligent selection, remarkable changes
have been sought and accomplished
for man's profit and pleasure. Fruits
have been improved in site and
quality, flowers in beauty, and animals in flesh, and other producti
and in physical endowments, Mr.
Charles Morris now urget that aueh
experiments in variation he mado
for the benefit of science, believing
that results not yetdreamed of might
be attained, anti the problems ot the
origin of species and tho limits of
animal intellect be brought nearer
solution. When suoh extraordinary
results have been produced by the
chance methods of selection of superficial traits so far practiced, the
adoption of scientific methods and
the selection of more significant
characteristics would very likely
yield varieties of the utmost interest and value to science.
Tur Metkoritbs.—It is probable
that the meteorites reaching the
earth average several per day, states
Or. Hans Reusch, though mott of
them escape observation, and not
more than four or five falls an recorded yearly. These bodies whieh
this author regards with Prof. Newton at bits of eomets, an of two
primary groups, stony-raotcorites and
iron-meteorites. The two principal
minerals composing the stony-met-
eoriteaareenttatiteand olivine (or
chrysolite)—both found inthecarth,
though rather ran,—besides whioh
are sprinkled in occasional groins of
iron, Thoir microscopio structure
shows that thete meteorites were
originally cooled from a molten condition, like the erust of our globe;
and it has booii assumed that the
interior of the earth consists of a
heavy substance resembling that of
the meteorite* The second group
poipprisos masses of native iron,
with mon or less nickel, and an occasional sprinkling of atony grains.
Such meteoritca were formerly tup-
posed to bo the only souroo of un-
oxidised iron in nature, but tlio great
musses of so-called meteorio iron
found by Nordenskjold in Greenland
tome years nso wen proven to be
only lumps of iho metal weathered
out of (he rook on whioh they were
discovered, The strnoturo of some
meteorites gives evidence thut their
orbits have had the same striking
form aa those of ooniott, which alternately approach close to the sun
and then reoedo far from it
■ III   II I    .    I II.WW
Mr. 0. W. Msonlly, Pavilion Mountain, H, 0„ writes; "Ur, Thomas'BoIh-
trieOil Is the but medicine I ever used
(or Rheumatism, Nearly every winter I
am laid up with Rheumatism, and bave
tried nearly every kind of medicine without getting any benefit, until I used Dr.
Thomas' Eclectrio Oil. It ht. work«d
wnuilen for mc, and I want another supply for my friends, 4c,"
BY TELEGRAPH.
«ratt *FMe4* la tie jLitern ttateV.
IrMmea Mliaail'
'£:
rare*. I»-
»ket—mtm WaflM «tk.
—Mli..-.rMit-|i iaarcMi
WaalUkarMr.
risk.
AurekWi
uu Hturt mruciis.
thi mmi kSem.
Loudon, April SO.—The text of the
Papal decree says: <tto several occasions the Apostolic Ste Jut given to
the ptople ef Umtskli Whom it haa at-
way. >wuM, »iiV JMM ammo-
Mm, soluble adnmtqleiwand advice
when circumstance, have required, at
to how tliey might defend their right!
without injury'to justioe or the public''
Mice. Our Holy Father, Leo XIII,
fearing lett In the species of warfare
that has been introduced amongst the
Irish into the contests between the
landlords and tenants whioh it commonly called the "plan of campaign,"
and in tha kind of social interdict
called "boycotting" arising from the
same contest., as the true tent* of justice tnd charity might be prevertcd,
has ordered the supreme congregation
of the inquisition to subject the nutter
to serious ahd careful examination.
Hence the following was proposed to
their eminences: is it permissible id
the disputes between landlords tnd
tenants in Ireland to ute the means
known at the "plan of campaign" and
"boycotting!." After a long and mature . deliberation, thair eminences
unanimously answered in the negative,
and their decision wu oonfirmed by
the Holy Father on Wednesday the
18 day of the present month. "The
justice of thlt decision will be readily
teen by any one who applies hit mind
to consider that the rent agreed upon
by mutual content cannot without violation of the contract he diminished at
the mere will ot the tenant, ttpecially
when there are tribunals appointed for
the purpose of settling suoh controversies and ndtuihg unjurtrenta within Ih. bonds of equity afMr tkUog into account the cauaet which diminish
the value of the land. Neither ean It
be considered permissible that rents
should be extorted from the tenants
on-i deposited in the handt of unknown
persons to the detriment of th* land-
ownen. Finally, It it contrary to jai-
tioe and charity to persecute by a social interdict those who are satisfied to
pay the rents they agreed to pay, or
those who in the exercise of their right*
take the vacant farms. It will therefore be your lordships' duty, prudently, effectually to advice and exhort the
clergy and laity not to transgress the
bounds of Christian charity and'justice
whilst they are striving fort remedy
for their distressed condition. (Signed)
T. R. Cardinal Melaoo, Rome, April
20th.
i PoroxAR nisoth
Loudon, April 30.—Prince William
teems to have taken a leaf from Bon-
langer't book, and It keeping himself
very much on evidence thete dayt.
Hit latest plan to command the acclamation of the crowd is to ride back from
tha parade ground just before noon
each day at tha head of Ihe Second
Foot Guards and halt in ths middle of
the Dnter den Linden, and sit motionless while the regiment marches nut
on its way northward np tht Fritdrioh-
Striae. This is the busiest and mott
cenlnl point in Berlin and great
throng, gather dally to obttruot tk*
Irafle, bother the police, end twill tha
wild chores ot "Hocht" it tha light of
tht crown prinoe. Thit thing hat been
going on for a fortnight, but it still attracts thousands where mere tcoret
used lo gather and watch the old Kaiser at tht window viewing the march
Kit of the nuards. The other day
ince William'i aide-de-camp fell
from a restless hone'Upon the curb
and hurt himself badly. The incident
caused great alarm, but the prince
merely glanced at the fallen nun, and
then reverted his impsssive gate hack
to the regiment All the newspapen
note thi. as showing the splendid insouciance of Ihe soldier prince; Of hit
Srodiginua popularity there can be no
ottbt. He Is cheered wherever he
goes.
Children Cry Ibr PItcW.Cttiorfa
THIS HOIHIR-j-g BISPAICHIS.
StX riUNlTl-K'O iKMVALH.
San Fbanhsco, May 1.—Arrived,
stesmer Mexico, Victoria; ships Blue
Jacket, Seattle, and Carrollton,
Nanaimo.
VIUIONI FLOODS.
Boston, May 1,—Dispatches reoeived this morning report that the
snow melting on Ihe mountains is
causing great damage at Bennington,
Vt, Threo large railroad bridges and
numerous small ones have gone, Traf-
6c on the Vermont Central is at a
standstill and the town is full of people driven from thair hornet by the
floods. They left til their effects behind. A number of familiee oat off
from the town by withouti are camping in the hills.
MID FKOK HVDROPIIOtU.
Carthaoi, 111., May I.—Arthur
Yates, 8 yean old, died here yesterday from Hydrophobia. He.was it-
tacked by a shepherd dog fonr dtyt
•go ind reoeived in ugly wound in thi
face.. Tho boy suffered intensely,
THI X10INO WATIR8.
ntuows Fails, Vt., Miy 1.—Tho
water hat invaded a number ot mills,
•topping ill work and ruining large
stocks, The large Russel papar company'! Hills hsve caved in by the
forct of Ihe wtter. The loti alone
here it over 1300,000. Littleton, Vt.,
it in darkness md cut off by rail, while
•tTunbridge a torrent invaded it;#B0,-
000 worth of lumbal, 8ve tenement!
and four saw mills have heen twept
away.
m
i*Wvcoi^aTMwra'i**««t«Wi.
•  ■ nrk,
Dublin, Mtyl. - Tha irritatM
ctuaed'by the decree of PopeLt*
againtt the plan of campaign it siii-a-
;f*sting itself in strong antipathy W
Mouignor Penico, on whow repmt*
of tlreatate of again in Ireland It m
heMev* the decree waatwed.. loth*
neighborhood of tht convent When the »
papal emimiy reridet, peoph wttk
formerly atlntiSt him with, ntd it. 'r
fus»;to reccgnite him,. and tke local "
bakeryrefu». to fumith bread to fe
wnventtelongitMontignw PanW ■
•it an inmate.   .
."■ ' 'jttqArap
i i-otrsON,'Artil
omonvill*. special
morning two prisooen at tke eoualr
jaU, ttaaUaAamlm^imtamm •«>>
jailer in acta They thot VrS&M
prisoner who waa oataida, aad tsada
their escape, A citizens' posse fa In
punuit.
siEioosnoooeiNiuuw. I
Portland, Me., Hay l.-TheKtfc-
htbec River it over ill b—tmikeeeta—
placet. -At Augusta peopla tie gl«H>
aknatd for fear ot the rittag .tmtm.-
Firm structures tnd drowned *'
ttock are sweeping —-*■ **■-
Other pointt report a i
ofaf&in.
nu imnNin ttstrms.
A CiNiDIAN SINAIOB WUH -UCDOBX.
Ottawa, May L—In Un tauto
yesterday the fisheries treaty wai- ap
for discussion. Senator'' Porrier tail
thtt If the U. 8. do not adopt tha
treaty it will be ell the won! ft*
then. "We thall have doa» o»<
share in making liberal advance, and
concenioni," uid he, " and if la rejecting that whioh is inst ther thoild,
relying on thair number tnd wtalth,
force through the lines thtt limit oaf
legitimate inheritance and attempt to
prey upon our uaticaal tahstance, K
will not ba Canada') fault if hehted
their fleet and within tonnd of flub
Atlantic cititi they bear, nearer and
nearer the mighty voice of British
cannon."
THE IMPUOK NOT 10  WIU.      .
Birun, Mty 1.—Tha emperor passed a aleaplen night, tat. hit fenrfca.
increased.
■^A.I-TI.-BHTKtjrjnjnr   '■'    '
ADURALRTD-UtDIOWNHD.
London, May l.-Adairal Sir Alfred Ryder wu drowned in tha
Thames by accident.
CLRANINO OUT III 1ANMRI.
Havaha, May L-Adfiwa ha
Hatantu statsTthat tht bandit Mtrreco
bu been killed and Bandit Alfouo
severely wounded.
HONORS TO AS AHIMCAN BISHOF.
London, May I.—Cambridge Cnl-.
venityhu appointed Rev. WnLOwat-
^tp^ertr^e^BSSSn-t
eiereitei in June.
QtJKXN VlCTOau'S 8RATITOP1.'
Birlin, Hay 1,—Tha empMat haa
reoeived a letter from Qaten VMoria
in which her majesty evpraust mat
gratification at tha cordial ran
reception
t of**Ber-
accorded to her by the peopla <
lln. *^  -
nm ron inomtn.
Atlanta, Hay 1.—Henry Pope, a
negro, undor sentence ol death for an
outrageous assault, wu taken from tha
j til at Summer vUlelart night by a mob
and hanged. Pope had reoeived a
new respite laat Satarday.
.. AvniM-Biair.
Qiiunitown, May 1.— Tha few
matted thip Wendnr hat arrived hare
after an extraordinary nit passage of
78 days from Taooau, W. T. Tht
Wendur is 2 yean old, and MM Item
Glasgow. Mrp   ti.e:
uteouMiu
Kinoston, April as.-C.aa»»i*Mt
five dollar notes, pur|
Issued by the bank of
America, have been put in r
here. A number ot the
merchants were taken in by"
which is only distinguished iron the
good bill by tha graaafak tinge oarer-
ing ita face and tha had ippureauef,
the engraving. The notes are dated
1887. ,'"''"
Toronto, April M.-IMeotlni to-
night arreated Chat. F. Knight tad
Al.x. W. Vance, duugad with counterfeiting and uttering, on tha ttnagtk i
of a telegram from Viagstnn, whew .
they ire wanted in ennasctloa wilh
passing Bank of British North Amir- .
■ea $5 notes. They made, a dceperate.
effort to eicape, but failed,
Montbxal, April 86.—The govern.
roent'a action in utuming the Uk* 8b
Pater debt ind aholithing toaatge
duos «itn much utiafaetion hem, and
It is claimed it will make Montreal one
of the oheapeat harbors on tha continent.
The reduction of canal lollt la expected to lead to a boom in trad, thlt nm'
nitr. W. W. Ogilvia, of the big mO-
ling firm, hu made arraaataaaala tat
freight via Montreal of M0,0M hath*
ell of wheat from Port Arthnr. Ha
and othen have tinea arranged for a
general shipment via the St. Lawrence, which would otherwiu haw
gone by way ot New York. The reduction will be 80 per ami ever hat
year.   Ogilvie added that ha  	
hit shipments to he about
bushel, before tha end of "tr
week of navigation. Tha oal
uid, it mott excellent. Then li •
good demand and plenty cf grain to
lylt.
report showed that 608,360 bookt and
SuhUoatlons of all kinds wen lunad
uring the year.   Itoxipts a
irooai l?'
1 ni iwirnff.' » "I
l000andexpe*iaiinre«8<,000. #ail]9 f ritwh Columbian
!JE^T
An ingenious Yankee: has hit
upon a plaiUqf which itfia Mii-vl?
he inaj* get even with Canadian
fishermen. One of the greatest difficulties encountered by Amorican
fishermen on the Atlantic coast is
the absence of bait within thoir
own'.ten)ifory.! KPhe^'are obliged to
preoaaa-nMat of their, bait from the
Canadians, and. according to the
fishery treaty this could not bo lawfully done. It is well known that
fish «» attracted by light Taking
advantage of this fact, it is propoaed'to employ electric lights in
fishdni . These lights will be sub-
mefgid, and when the fish flock
toward, them thoy will be caught
in^nate atrranged about the light for
that- pmrpote.' The plan it very
simple, said may prove a bonania to
(•hiitotffc^of JftitaS, who-have
beert' lefiskiti^' *itp a' terrible doggeiy
because Oanada refused to permit
them .the f reense of hor; waters for
obtaining a tupply of built.
.,   . ....   . 'r—-r.—rr~ r
The oouncil of the board ef trado
haHor^MyOtWwA' a''protest
againit the placing of' the steamer
RithetrT of" any other storit'wheei
steamer Of her class, on the mail
route between this city and Viotoria. This aotion- wilt meet with
the hearty approval of. the people of
Westminster. Last year the Bithet
took this rout* and remained on it
fo^many''nltaths,; and every one
kno^whattheresnltwftB.' "navel
bet'wOen this oity and'' Victoria, instead of going by. the direct and
natural route- was forced to go
round by way of Burrard Inlet. The
Rithet- is an excellent steamer of
hernia*-, but she belongs to a class
thdtlfl cbmdibMy regarded as altogether unsuitable for service where
seven storms and angry waves may
be encountered! The straits are not
wide; but storms strike them sometimes without warning, and the
waVWHJitSedily1 worir themselves up
to an attitude in which they cannot
be lately encountered by such vessels. Recognizing these circum-
stanoet, the people of this city and
Vistaria boycotted the old route,
and preferred safety on the new and
more oottly route to risk on the old.
At a huge meeting of tho board of
trade held last summer every person present, with the exception of
two/fetared thit he would hot'
cross the golf-on any account on the
str. Rithet unless the circumstances
were extremoly urgent. It so hap-
penl that the same company owns
the steamers plying between Victoria and Vancouver; and it does
not* matter to the company whether
the Westminster-Vancouver trade
goes by this line or the other. It is
a matter of considerable consequence
to the people of this city, however,
whether the- river route, is to be
maintained efficiently orto fall into
disuse. The atoamert on this route
receive a substantial submdy from
the federal government, and the service ought to be auch at to command
public confidence.   ■ -..••
There hat been quite a boom in
Panama  canal   thares   since   the
French government tignified its willingness  to permit the raising of
another big loan by means of a lottery.   It i* balnvri that this new
wbtmfe-wlll be aaactaaful in furnishing a very large amount of additional capital notwithstanding the grave
doubts which surround the Ultimate
iucocts of the cgtaal,    Frenchmen
are an impulsive race. Among them
nothing succeeds like success, Where
there is enthusiasm  and  lots of
hurrah, the Frenchmen win throw in
their weoitlf with atteniahing reck
leunets.    If Panama tharea once
morh'ltoottW'MpUkrithiJro.Will be
no difficulty in securing whatever
capital may be needed; and probably
thit gigantic undertaking mny be
carried  to completion within   the
period: mentioned by M. DoLotseps.
In the meantime the promoters of
tha Mieangna canal, which it a rival
soheme, it are going on, and before
we have wall entered upon the last
decade of thit century, it is possible
there may be • two canals dividing
thit «tatnanb   The completion of
onewihathot thue works will nn-
quesUMtMj* exeroite a great influ-
enoe ot the transcontinental trade
and the business arrangement! of
thitooatt   When vetsels are able
to exchange tha produots ot Europe
and Aaia by way of tlie Panama
caaaly agaodthat of the through
trad* wMe^noW eroaaea this conti-
mnt-tfihB'lirill go by water.   The
canal will alto afford a wholesome
check on the transcontinental railway rates, for it will enable goods
from, tk* lAAlantie atatu and prov-
inctailtal han-laid down here within
a moMh, and'at aneh mtet- as Will
prevent tha rtfflway tariffs from be-
oomincw bUWtnsome.   Wii world
ii nwringilarwanl with astonishing
lapMrjjy,    -pw anoiant landmarks
are <amUao*ly disappearing, and the
"   *fUMtWo|BMait( ot natural re-
H'llfcitoeirltlv wonder.   Oan
»nren to dr*m of
tha ktKtWtMtht* of  the century
Tiles immediately beyond us 1
^fmk—m-^k—mmm - ■
TLlMmtt nrtdhlnt In use it On
. ...   ...   "--.h^gfa terery
' te effieet a cure.
, | and d|seaees.of
, whether used for
Ihroat,'tof taking
It It a matchless
.!.!.   m. i
Pimples
AndOarbut^eBret(jiHi"i'nrii:tilnHlJt;it. i
fmiio*/m*iaU*|i'i-br ^1'iii-^i I'li'iii^iiuf U.t
blood^.-Ay-*&SM^p:iiiIlit|n-<>*MiU^nii
curcstheatiti^pt^^
byromoviug'tlioircauat*; tlio onlyelKct-*
ual way of treating them.
Ayer'a Sawaparilla lias prevented thr
usual couraeol Boils, wliicli havo paim-d
and distressed rae every season fur soveral yeara.—Q, Scales, Plaiuvllle, Mich.
I was badly troubled with Pimples nn
the face; alao with a discoloration of tlie
skin, which showed ittielf iu ugly dark
patches.■' Hq -tjatoTnal treatment did
pioro than tempofatygood. .Aytir'aBar-
saparillaeffected
A Perfect Cure,
and I havo not boen troubled since.—
I. W. Uoddy, River at., Lowell, H,m,
' I was troubled with Boils, and my
health was much Impaired. I began
using Ayor's SarsapariUa, and, hi due
time, the eruptions all disappeared, atid
my health was o'nmplotoly restored.*—
John B. Klkins, Editor Stanley Observer,
Albemarle, N. 0.
I was troubled,'for a long time, with a
humor whicli appeared ou my face In
■ugly Pimples amf Blotches. Ayer's Sar-
laparillacuredme. I consider it tho best
blood piiriflor In the world.'—Charles II.
Smith, North Craft&Wy, Vtt
Ayer's SarsapariUa
ts sold by all druggists. Ask for Ayer's
SarsapariUa, and do not bo persuaded to
»ko any other. 'ft'
?reptred by Dr. J.C. Ayor&Co.,Lowell,IUm.
Prlmtl; six bottles, 00.
MATRIMONIAL P mauou Li
Circulars regarding the' International
Marriage Bureau's Secret System. Inclose
6 cents Ior postage.—H. SCOTT, 2187 Wabash Av„ Chicago, 111. rfwap26w2
To Dressmakers ft Others I
fmflfi ADVERTISER SEKfes'DAILY
JL emuloyincnt. Has a knowledge of
nil kinds of Needlework. Address "B."
Columbian Ofllco. dnpUlm 1
Administrator's Notice.
/il the Estate of ALEXANDER Mc-
LEOD, Deceased.
VTOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
iy. all monies due the late Alexander
McLeod must bo paid to me forthwith
nnd all claims against him must bo presented to me not later than noon on the
lltlidayof.Muy, 1888.
W. H. BALDING,
daplrltil Administrator.
M. A. McRAE,
Merchant Tailor,
WISHES TO INFORM  THE PEOPLE
OF NEW WESTMINSTER THAT HE
IS  PREPARED   TO EXECUTE
 ALL ORDERS FOR
TAILORING
.  A FULL LIN&OF
Knglish, Scot<*,h  ami Irish
Tweeds mill   Faney
Trouserings.
SOOULLAR'S OLD 8TAN0
Columbia St.,   •  New Westmisstkr.
dwmli28tc
Land for Sale,
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nerSivt l'rlj|u FAUMINU'LANH.filtil-
i oii'i'h Kfirii-Tvond, nml ntfout I14 inliuH
in |.hf Nortli anu uf l-'raNDKRtver, Ii. C
- JtolceWlOiprnrre; jmrl.wwli nml hal-
mice on time with Interest nt 10 pur cent.
Apply to
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Frnlt Trees.
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And GARDEN STOCK on hand In gnat
variety.
Everything flrat-clasB and /urnUlied In
good shape.
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Terms, *l,IWIo MM per Ilav.
Only Ti miles from Agnssls Station, C. P.
lt.  Ciimfurtnlile Hlntji's meet ml Trains.
Reduced It. It. nnil Rtcnmboat rules.
  dapglte2aw	
w
i'oriioi-atluii of Delta Indeui-
iiHy By-li»w, 1888,
A lly-Luw nutliorizinf;; the Indemnifying
the Reevo and Councillors of the Corporation of Delta out of the Municipal
Funds.
HEREA8 IT IS EXPEDIENT that
provision be made' for lndemni-
■rylnu tho Reeve and Councillors of tlie
Corporation of Delta;
Aud whei-cnN, hy nn Aet of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of British
Columbia paused ln the forty-eighth year
of Her Mige-jty-K rolgn, It is piovlded that
the Council nitty imhh a Bylaw and submit'
the seme to the Electors of the Corporation fortholr-issent to said Bylaw for Indemnifying the members of the Council:
Th eiikkouk ke it enAoted by the Reeve
and Council of the Corporation or Delia:
1st, That the Reeve and Councillors be
Inilemnlflcd to the extent of Two Dollars
tor each dny or pnrt of a dayl attendance
atanymoetlnfiof the Municipal Council
of said Corporation;
, 2nd. Provided always that said Indemnity shall not exceed In tbe aggregate the
sum of Twcnty-flve dollars Tn any one
year to each member of the Council.
3rd. Tlie before mentioned indemnity
shall he payed out of the general revenue
ofthe municipality.
4th. This by-law shall be lubmltted to
the electors of the Corporation of Delta on
t he Snd day of May. IMJB, and Mhull come
into effect on the 1st day of June, 1888.     .
5th. This by-law may be cited for all
ftlrpoies as the *'■ Cohwratiun of Delta
nfl^nltfBy-Uw.lwC''^.    ^J
Passed its third reading this Htli day of
April, A. D. 1888.     . -     .'.;.,.
Riconsldered, finally passed, and the
seal of the Corporation appended hereto
jontlie        dayof .   , A.D, 1888.    '
■"'* Olei*. y '"Reeve.
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE,
28th March, 1888.
' The following telegram from His Excellency the Governor-General to His Honour the Lientennnt-Governor, In reply to
a telegram from His Honour, statins that
it was understood that parties fitting out
for Behring's Sea wero. arming for the
purpose of resisting seizure, Is published
for general information.
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
TELEGRAM.
.   Ottawa, 27th March, 1888.
TO LlKUTKNANT-GoVEUNOn
of British Columbia,
..' ViCToniA.
Your Government Bhould Issue publlo
notice cautioning persons golngon Sealing
expeditions to refrain from assertion of
their rights by force, and from taking on
board arinn and ammunition fn excess of
their usual' requirements. The whole
matter Ir engaging the attention of Her
Majesty's Government and forms the subject of diplomatic negotiations now in
progress. AnyUUcmperaW action in the
meanwhile would be most detrimental to
British Columbian lut crests and might
lead to serious com plications and bo
followed by grave consequence* to those
concerned.
[Signed], '   LANSDOWNE.
Delta, kicipal Lou Bylw, M
A By-Law to enable tbe Corporation of
Delta to raise the sum uf Three thou-
, sand five hundred ($3,500.00) Dollars,
lot' the ptopbfU tHefttf set forth.
WHEREAS THE MUNICIPAL OOUN-
. ell of the Corporation of Delta hns
resolved to raise the sum of Throe thousand five hundred ($.t,*'i00.00) Dollars, for
building roads, etc,, In said Municipality,
as hereafter specified, viz.:
1st, The sum of Seventeen hundred (81,-
700.00) Dollars to be expended In planking
road from Chilochken Slough Bridge to
Mr. L, Guichon's wharf;
2nd, The sum of Nine hundred (9900.00)
Dollars to be expended In repairing road
from Chilochken Slough Bridge to Lad
ner's Landing; and
3rd, The sum of Nine hundred (S90O.OO)
to bo used ln paying off all outstanding
Delta Municipal Dobentqrcs;
And whereas It will require thosum of
Five hundred and sixty ($a00i00) Dollars to
be raised annually by special rate for the
payment of the said debt and intercut as
Is hereinafter mentioned;
And whereas the amount of tho whole
rateable property of the said Corporation
TAKE NOTICE THAT THE" ABOVft IS
a true copy of the proposed By-Law
upoawhwh the voto of the Corporation;
will be taken atthe Delta Town Hall on
Wednesday tho 2nd day: of May, 1SHH, bet
tween the Injurs of ten o'olock -a. m. and
font o'clock pi m. «. „«»
(Signed) , , . WlLU-oKEB,'
Clerk Municipal Council.
'{Maori Landing, April 17th, 1888.
of Delta according to the last revised
assessment roll, being for the year 1887,
was *)28f)(tl20.00, Irrespective of any future
increase of the rateable property of the
Municipality and also Irrespective of any
Income from thetemporary Investments
of the sinking fund or any part thereof;
And whereas for paying the Interest and
creating a yearly sinking fund for paying
the said principal ot |3,m00 and Interest
as hereinafter mentioned, It will require
un equal annual special rate of ono*ftfth
of ono per cent, on tho Dollar:
1st, That It shall be lawful forjho Reeve
of the Corporation to raise by way of loan
from any person or persons, body or
bodies corporate who maybe willing to
advance Ihe Mime upon credit of the Debentures hereinafter mentioned, a sum of
money not exceeding In the whole the
sum nf S.l.'iOO.ni). and cause the same to be
paid Inlo the hands of the Treasurer of
the said Corporation for the purpose and
with the object above recited.
2nd, That It shnll be lawful for the said
Reevo to cause any number of Debentures
to be mnde for sucli sums of money as
maybe required, not I*-hh tban One hundred dollars each, and Uml the said Debentures shnll bo sealed with tho sert! of
the said Corporation of Delta mul be
signed by the said Reevo. ,.
3rd. That tbe said Debentures shall ho
made payable in ten yenrs, at the farthest,
from the day hereinafter mentioned for
this Bylaw to take t-H'cct, at the offlee of
the Treasurer of the Corporation of Delta,
and shall have attached to them coupons
for the payment of the Interest.
■Ith, That the said Dobenttires shall bear
I ntorest at and after the rate not to exceed
0 per cent, per annum from t>>e date thereof, whioh interest shnll be payable annually at tho ofllce of the Treasurer of the
Municipality.
5th, That for the purposo of forming a
sinking fund for tho payment of the said
Debentures and the Interest at tho rate
aforesaid to become due thereon,an equal
speolal rate of one-fifth of one per cent,
on the Dollar shall, in addition to all
other rates be raised, levied and collected
in each year npon ail rateable property In
the said Municipality, during the continuance of the said Debentures or auy of
them.
Oth, It shall be lawful for tho snld Municipal Council from time to time to purchase any of the said Dobontures,and such
Debentures shall be so expressed as to entitle the Council 16 redeem and purchase
the lame on paying the amount thereof
and Interest due lliereon to the dnte of
such purchase, to the holders thereof,and
all Debentures so purchased shall. be
forthwith cancelled and destroyed and no
re-lsBue of Debentures shall, be made In
consequence of such re-purchase.
7th, This Bylaw shall take eflbct and
come Into operation upon the 1st day of
June, 1888.
Sth, Tbls Bylaw may be oiled for alt
Supposes as "The Delta Municipal Loan
ylnw,1888."
Pusnod the 'Municipal Council tho I lib
day of April, 1888.
TAKE:NOTIOB THAT THE ABOVE
Is a true copy of the proposed Bylaw
upon which tho vote of tho Municipality
will be taken at the Delta Town Hall on
Wednesday the Bud nay of May, 1888, between tho hours of io o'clock n, m. and 4
o'clock p. m.
WM. MoKRE,
Olerk Municipal Council,
LadnortWnd.hw,Ai»rtllii,m{;l) RW
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA rJiTKEET,
New WestmiSjtetet-, B.C.
tr Satisfaction giiamutecd.       daplAU-
N1
IrTOTiCE.
OTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN TJIAT
_. we have made application to tho
Minister of the Interior for p license lo
cut timber on tbe following Dominion
Lands, vis.:
West Y, ot % E. % Section  . und
East %_ ot S. W. [4 Section 5, Township
18, District of Now; Westminster.
" BRirNETTESAWMILLCO.tLd.),
dopOTml II. h. DkUkck, Malinger.
ajTOTjO'EL
VTOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN THAT
IY we havo made application to the
Minister of the Interior for a license to
cut timber on the following desorlbed
lands, vii*.: Commencing at a post on the
West bank of the LUlooet stream about
lwo miles south of Lillooet lake, marked
"B. S. M. Co.'s H. E. corner"; thenoe
West 00 chains to a post marked "B. S. M.
Co.'s S. W. corner'; tlience North -10
chains; tlience East 20 chains; thence
North 40 chains; thence East 20 chains:
thenoe North 80 chains: thence East 20
chulns; thence North io chains: tlience
East 20 chains; thence North 40 chains to
a post marked "B. 8. M. Co.'s N. W. corner": thence Eust 20 ctt-ahis to a post near
the West bank of LUlooet lake marked
"a 8. M.'Co.'s N.E, comer"; thence Soutli
80 chains; thence West 20 chains; thence
South 80 ohalns; thence West 20 chains:
thence South 80 chains to tbe place of
commencement.
BRUNETTE SAW MILL CO. (L».)
-    Por H. L. DbBeck, Manager.
New West, Maroh 29,1868.     dmh31ml
GRANT & MACLURE
Hnve Received a Large Assortment of    ,
Boot8,Shoes
AND SUPPERS.
Gome ana See Them.
GRANT & MACLURE
COLUMBIA   STREET,
WI8THIN8IIE.
tlwn|>2tc
HAVING  RECENTLY  IMPORTED  A
HERD OP HIOR-QRADE
JerseyMilchCows
I AM NOW PREPARED TO DELIVER
ANYWHERE IN THIS OITY, EITHER MORNING OR EVENING,
RICH JERSEY MILK,
Which I Guarantee to bo as Pure as It
Comes from the Cows.
tiw All orders left at the Stores of
Messrs. WOLFENDEN, H. M. CUNNINGHAM A CO. and AUSTIN will receive
prompt attention.
dmlUOto THOMAS CUMNINCHAM.
GOVERNMENT ST
VICTORIA Bi..-
JLs O O JSL !
20 PIANOS & ORGANS 20
OnllioWny.   Will Siriiii be Here.'
ITIHE GREAT STOCK PIANO HAS AR-
1 rindlll Tlio "ACME" of Pl.Dosltl
Tire malclilewDiTeli.r4rH.iiPI.il.. Also,
Iho grout Improved nml urtlstlo llaml.
■Ion. tlio best Caiinilliin-ninilo Piano.
Kmalnrli k (lurlsly Plan... w. W. Kimball nml Clili'iiKu COITAOE ORGANS,
sold nil inniitlily payinnnls, from ,10 lo
t*r.T> irDr imiiitli. New I'liinos for rout, mid
rent applied if purchased, Tuning and
Urpairlni.
11. PETERS,
"ColuiilHtT*llulldlti(i, Government St.,
ilwnpime Viotoria, B. O.
MACHINERY
HA
WllOl*'
AVING LATELY INCRBAHED OUR
connection   In  the East and else-
whore very considerably, wo nre In a position lo give prices on any class of Ha-
olilnery that may bo mjulr-ad, Including:
Marlun und Stationary Engines nnd Boilers, Planers, Matchers aud Moulders,
Bust! Planers. Wood Lathes, Band
BnwB, Iillnd Machinery, Gauge
IiOthes, 'Shaping Maohines,
Hhlngle Machines. 1Mb
Machines & Bolters,:
Two, Throe and Four Block Circular 8aw
Mills, Band Saw Mills, Portable Engines and Boiler* nnd  Hoisting
Engines. Also, John Bertram
A bona' and The London
Tool Co.'s Iron Working
Machinery.
Brick Machines and Crushers of either
the Martin or Baird make.'
P" tions. Includ-
or Inserted
--„   Saws, „..„  -.  ._.. „
Teeth, Lubrloatlng Oils, Rubber and
Leather Belting, whioh we carry In
stock.
Steam Pomps of the Blake, Davidson or
Knowles make also on hand,
M'A vlty'n Patent Boiler Feeders supplied
on short notice, as well as Palms and
Oils, Axes and Edge Tools or the oeu
brated Broad make, Wire Rope, Plumb
era and Ht-onm Fitters Supplies, Ac.
We are sole agents ln this Province for
the JOHN DOTY Engine Co'y. whose
Marine work cannot be excelled, as outfits wo havo famished here will testify.
FRASER ¥~LE0NARD,
81.. Opp. Noirs-AilTtrllHr,
VANCOUVKR, B, 0,
tlwteUte
Mill Supplies of all d<
Ins Olroular Saws
InvertavishNurs^y
!    sNtWi, owkb kiik isss;
|»i)RDEI«TOI*iTR*M)UfrE mv pjairls
I --as wlilflr us iiiirraltile, I liialia llieful-
'   ilBOlloir       y t    fi I,
; Ull I Will Hend free Iry initll line ^airll
ar fillliiwIliK'lTlunlH.itll iruire'etly lii-
belli d, my solootlon of varieties—
1 ilERANIUM,        1 FUCHSIA,
1 CARNATION,       1 HELIOTROPE,
1 AGERATDM,        1 LOIHCHA,
1 I1I.A1IIIJI.IIH,        1 PANSY,
1 HELAUINELLA (Ornamental Moss).
The eiiluloijiio' price of theso Plants Is
II.IJ0.
Hend fur  my Illustrated Cutnlogne of
Plants und Hoods.  Suntfree.
«. A. McTAVISU,
ilwapllml      ■     NOIITH BAAN1CB, B. 0.
JOHN S. pOX,
IMPORTER AMD DEALER IN
lt Costa Mm Mon Id Keep Hmmt Fowls
Ihaa It Does M Keep rear Fowls,
My Breeding Pens are equal to any ltr
the united Btates or Canada. .
I propose to-furnish Eggs from Premium
and Plrtt-class Fowls, my design being to
establish a reputation that wlir last.
Cash must accompany all orders. Address, with stamp,
JOHN 8. COX.
dwmhSto. New Westminster.
SPRINGJSSIZE.
Sheriffs Notice!
VTOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
ll   all Coroners, Keepers of (Jiiola and
Houses of Correction In  my Balllwlek,
who mny have business thereat, are required to attend the sittings of the Court
of Assize to bo holden at the Court Houso
ln the City of New Westminster, on Wednesday Ine Sad May next-, at 11 o'clock
n. m.; that the roll of Grand and Petit
Jurors who have beon summoned for tho
said Assize will bo called over at 11 o'clock
a. in. on Uio date above given, and all
such persons will bp expected to answer
to thoir names.  Petit Jurors falling to
answer will be liable to lose their day's
pay and subject themselves to a fine.
W. J. ARMSTRONG,
>   Sheriff.
New Westminster, April 25,1888.
dapffltd
for I nfanta^M-nt Children.
^.^nadaptodloeblldnnl
dhWsarpiiriortoaiiT/prisrerip
—h).,      ttA.AaontB,JI.I).,
UttU t—tma Bt,, BrtJUjm, „. T.
on. earn OoHe, Constipation,
r Btomaoh, Dlarrtraa, «ruotaUo-v^
 i -tVoms, five, sleep, and jwmofca ih
j -WfKS*i5irte**i medlMMniii
Tm CnnuuR Compjuiy, 77 Murrrt*/ Btreet, N. Y.
NewWe8tmiiiBter&a8Go.,LdlMAJOR & PEARSON
THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
of tho Now Westminster Gas* ~
 "   " " —beheld* """*
iy, pto-i   ,      	
p. m., at the office of the Seoretary, Me-
pany (Limited) will be held on fiONlJAY
the Tin Day of May, prox., at 2 o'clock
fem., at the office of the Seoretarj
ennto Htreet, New WoBtmlnster.    _
Now West,, April 80th, 1888. dapDOh
Land Registry ordinance, 1870.
tot Ko. 5, Block XII, and Lot No. 2,
Blook XXIII, in the City of New West-
minster.
4CERTIFICATE OF INDEFEASIBLE
Title to the above-mentioned Lota
be Issued to Alexander Ewen on the'
25th day Of May,' !888i unless In tho meantime a valid objection-thereto he made to
the undersigned tn writing by some per;
son claiming ah estate or interest In sold'
Lots or some part thereof.
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Reglstraft*
Land Registry Offico,..     ,,   - -
New Westminster* 31st Feb., 1888;
. dfe21ra8
Orps! Organs!
CHEAPER THAN EVEfti
IT WILL PAX YOU 10 CALL UPON
.  Mil. XKIffllE, Aiue. Stre.t, tut to
Baptist Church. He Is orient for the'
Per C. P. R.,
THE U1U3EST AND BEST ASSORT-
': ED STOCK* OP
English, Tftftehi-f'Scotph-
and Irish
SUITINGS
Ever Shown In New Westminster.
West of GnglandBroadclotlis
and Doeskins and Fancy
Trousering.
J. S. MNS0N,
(olnmbli St., 0pp. MeKenile SI.,,
NEW WE8TMiN8TEB,B.C.
ilnpinio
PAGIIIO
Carriage Works!
'Coiu4BIA'sTRBET,
New Weslniinster, B. C.
RE^^aURRIE
PROPRIETORS.
.   Manufacturers A iHroitnuu of
Buggies, Carriages,
DEMOCRATS,
DRAY8,*   CART8,
Ami all sorts ol Vehicles.
PIoukIis, steel, Iron 4 Wooden
Hnrrowi,   AgrteMwral
Implements, *c
We have also a luge Stook of
CARRIAGE * WAGON  MATERIAL,
Whioh wo will sell at the Lowest
Possible .Prices,
COMPItlSINOr
Hanlwood, Wheels- (piWit b home-
mule), Shifts, Poles, Hlbs, 8pok«,
Rims, Neok Yokes. Single Trees, and ill
kinds of Bent Goods.
CARRIAGE HABDWABE,
Springs, Axles. Circles, King Bolt.,
dips, Btens, and everything required for
Carriage Building.
BLACKSMITHING.
We would ftpeclnlly eall the aUoollouur
tlie Public to ourlllaokiimllrhlnRDwart-
meut We etafiploy tne very oent of Work*
men and we Import all our Iron, Steel.
and otter material: consequently, fMjmi
do betttr, botli In price* aid. Quality of
work, than any other Shop on tho Mala*
lnnd of Brltlih Columbia.
. EiitlinateR alvin on Iron Work, and oon*
tracte taken Tor any kind of work.
Wedires, Mali Rlntrs, Ol Yoke Hbiples,
g^g^'ato'rfl^.'**?''
Allklrsd.orBep.lpi executed on short
notice.
Iron, Meel, irlnln, DhI. anil all kind,
of inuterlol soldi wliolesalo or retail.
nr Oall nnd Inspect our Slock nnd obtain our price, before ordering olsewhere
end you will save money by It,
word.r. by noil promptly-mended to.
dwfeHKr RIIDAOURRIIl
tarmen'k
hand, ready-mi
Hooka, Blocks,	
Wedges, Mall Rlrrioi
I
And Is selling Instrnments VERT REASONABLY.
«oM Value fr.m»l»ok>.    dwmblto
BEGKETT & GO.
Bnck HannfaotoBTB,
,     BUILDERS AND
llltlCK-YARDSi I'.rtll.nrr.
OFHOKSI lamer l.l.nbl. .ail Mnry
81... New Weslmlnsler.     ilwmlUOUr
c,
HAVING TAKEN
Lundbom's Building, Front Bt.
(Formerly occupied by Kylo k Tllton).
IS   NOW READY
to serve fe|> ouitomen and everybody
with an good a Block as a man wanta to
select from.
Dry Goods, Groceries. Provtsloas,
Omkery« Glassware, Hoots, An*
Come and see tho new plaoe, and let us
know what you thick of it.
dwoouio c. Mcdonough.
NOTICE.
S1
ITTINOB OP' THE COUNTY COURT
of Cariboo will be heldi
At Lillooet, on Wednesday, nwli May,1888.
At Clinton, on Wednesday, 13th June,1888.
At lEO-Hlle Houso, on Thursday, Mtb
.June,,1888.
At Soda Creek, on Saturday, 80th June,
At Rlohneld, on Friday, 6th July, 1888.
By Command.
■   '       JOHN ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Ofllce,
10th April, im. tepttfdd
W. E. FALES,
PRACTICAyNDERTAKH.
InbRlnl«ffftBpe«Ultr.  >
Denier In Wooden and Xetnllo Dnr<
lal Casket*. Pnncrals Conducted.
A full linn of Collin TrlmmlngH always on
hand. Parties at a distance supplied at
shortest notice. Satisfaction gunran-
tood In tvery pattlcular.
dwoclto OMMBMlT. New W*t»r.
MANITOBA
uir&Fi
8TOBS
EWCM'SGANNERVINMUnHV
Car. CohmUaftBtgba Ste,
WKSTMINSTKB.
J. HIND,
lm«HTi»A»irniAi.aKiii    ,
Flour, Feed
AND DA1RV PB0DU0K.
CAM. k EXAMINE OOODS k PRICES.
dmhaomJ
Real Estate Brokers  nnd
Financial Agents..      .
AGENTS FOR <
CnMeratln Utc AsMelatlon of Tor-
■tneand«uri8Ua
TMipaale..
_ VlfltlablblfttllfBr Mtle'lh tlie City
and District of WeWmmsten and oholee
Lots Intho City of Vancouver.
Persous wishing to,buy or-rfoll-ioltyOr Q
roral property should communicate with. -
"B.
OFFIOKS! MoKensle St, Westminster,
and Hastings St., Vancouver,     dwupioto
Jersey Bull.
THOS. CUNNINGHAM,
HAVING LATELY IMPORTED A &■
year-old
Thorouglibrea Jersey Ball,
Has decided to stand him for the benefit
of thoso wishing to Improve their Htoek.
For terms apply to
H. M. CUNNINGHAM A CO.,
dapUtc Columbia Street.
GUARDIAN
Msuranee Com'y
OF LONDON, ENG.
Total Funds, 118,000,000
(-er-BA.si.Tr)
ESTABLISHED IWI
Risks Taken at Rates
as Low as any other
Reliable Comp'y.
T. R, PEARSON,
doo7to AOENT. '
NOETH
COMPANY'
Capital,  $3,000,000}   losses
mm, t48.ooo.ooo
mm*tm,mak.*\m*m*,a%\ mtaaaaa
Rates as Low as any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
tr Risks promptly taken, and Louei
satisfactorily adjusted.
T. R. PEAR80N,
dortto AOENT
ConfederafloD life
ASSOCIATION.
tl.arantr* Capital
..•i.eee.M*
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Offick, Toronto, Canada
. A HOME COMPANY,
Thii Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing In it from the following
FACTS*— i ..
Ih. Reeun.T offend to poller/ holder. I.
nnsnrpruMd by esay Oompan** dolns bn.1-
neaslnCaaad.,
It ha. no Mh.nie.of Inanranee, tat tho
woll-e.tabll.ked lines, h.nc. Ibe poller
boldancanuotbe misled m lolh.fr oon-
It. staUm.nta to tb. nubile ean be rMd- *
ma tvery lwm of income uio now oxpon»
lupoBlttonlsasoertainadannualiyfrota
the bfsiory of Insnrmoce In Csnftdk.
poller boldmr ar. not leuened to •*)»♦
l.ri.r nroau to anj olb<-    -*••-**
the uniform bonua plrw tt
UkwelCortMMf a.» —mart MS
Tranl.
J. K. HaeOONALD,    •>■
Manajloi Director.
T. R. PEARSON
kttmt, Ma* WHtmlnitn:'
MMwmHwmU. * ttttTC VENWHH
Our Inrruino was somewhat inappropriately named, though ehe might bo
clrr-seil In the rose-spotted Japan lily
rjT.lcr, by which may be'inferiod that-
Bhe was for from being a pale ethereal
flower.'
At. tho advanced a»o of eighteen she
was beginning to foel quite grownup!
nn<l tho faet perplosed her, particularly
ns she failed to discover any;inirnns of
liroridening herieslsteneo, which eeomod
to crow narrower «s the grew older. Her
educalion was limited to tho advantages
tho village school supplied, and sbo read
. nil Ihe books avriilnMe, from "Pilgrim's i
Progress" to tiro latest novel procurable,
and was still sighing for new worlds to
conquer. Poescsseu of refined tastes,
and tbe usual youthful enthusiasm far
overjr''thing;prolty and interesting,sir's
was yot hedged in to narrow limits by
_, tlio vory vexing qitimtion of ways and
_W means.
. Her mother nm a widow, and not ovor
* stroii1.*, whoso Hniitod income just en-
" allied Iter to keep up tho family cro lit,
as far as oxtorinil appearanco went. Aud
lIi-«;I.ily'»;prettydro-Tseswero in nowise
the least illustration ol ber mother's
tasteful ingenuity.
IJnt mamma could render no assistanco
It in devising some source of pecuniary
profit suitable for her daughter while
sho remained nnJor the home roof, any j
tiling that would take her from her protection boing an absurdity not to bo
dreamed of,
"Jljr daughter will hnvo to wait until
her ship comes In, or till tbo fairy prince
{* arrivo****' mamma said   But. she lu-nwd
> a secret sigli, neverlholess, and iuUcd'1
I "Don't be thinking, dear, of all thoirn-
rossible things you would like to possess,
mt rather of how much you Imvo to
| enjoy."
m    "fhot was Wl very well," thoiigKtt.ily,
"for old peoplo and. invalids, but with
youth spa Jrfialth there raimt be some-
Ihing'to enpend her surplus energies oh,
. which she would yet disr.rivei*."    ....; \
J    Tbe March winds Wero iiu-roIUiiif lira
1: boisterous and noisy fiishi-ai 11: out tho
fl'bousr*, making the cosy riittitig-foouiscout I
^ unusually cheerful.
I.ily, was scanning tho weekly nowa;
I. grandpa, with n look'of ciilni content,
a'lvascontemplatin^tiie ilUaut mountains,
I? possibly trying to poet iiito the still,
\ liirtlier end sunnier beyond," into which
f bis many old-time irieiuls had vanished.
I f-'lie laid down tho paper with tne do-
■c'sivo audible comment: "Hull's just
I what I'll do ?!
m   "What ore you going to do ?" said the
"     '  '   '     Dilslrci
i Bilvoi-haired graniTslre, recalled again to
jtho realities of tiuio.
■ Hut Lily was not just then prepared
■to answer. "My plaua," she said, with
^respectful dimity, "aro not very definite
.yet."
[ i "A man of words and not of deeds is
r liko a garden full of weeds, you know,"
. ind then the flew upstairs, tu think nn-
l.iisturbed in tho solitude of her own
-oom, humming as sbo went a favorito
1 lelody.   -'■ • ■    •'
I; Ibe doings of Miss Lily commenced to
be very queer thenceforward, mini mams
T'eared she had taken leave of her senses.
IIW first absurdity was to hastily ar-
'onge fora visit fo Uncle John's, and the
!iext one was to mount the truck wagon
fbeside a farm liand (tu. accomplish the
journey, having argued down mamma's
ibjections, assae was nearly always able
fcodo.  / ■■■..     ■;..
And when, two days later, she was left
Kit the bouse at an early hour, laden- with
11 pi.e of hooka and pamphlets, mamma-
leiinusly demanded an explanation of
Such proceedings.
I, "1 had au idea, mamma, mino!" said
Lily; "and not wislrifig to bother you
'uitir it,have consulted with uncle and
.unlit- about my prospective gardening
-,-lieaio". ...
'Vour what?" said mamma, in dis-
ay.   ., \ .-■■■-■ iy-..—   •   • •
'"Why, TH read that women can do it,
d I think Uuua.mlUbs no harm in
ing it   UntWvMbnithinks I might,
:'. a small way, snd has offered to help
[to, and I am going to read up tho sub-
I'.-t   Hers are these illustrated c-ata-
ijueMkat eontain much Infonintlon,
,nl thii '"Gardening for Profit" is just
- — hltome, for it la :the profits that I
§«m and foremost, and the sen-
the thing afterwards."
sentl" echoed mamma.* "AsIf
uiuieat could be associated with
ious aid cabbages and; dirt Have
;u yet coniidered the labor involved ?
i ho is going to weed and tend this lino
rdr-n i* And who will manage tho dels oi your elaborate scheme V"
.'.Wyiell-Miss Lily Addiugton-some
iiilnble boys in tbe neighborhood, with
jjible favors from Vncle John: be.
ies."
("Well," stld mamma, resignedly, "I
'-'1 snt oppose you.  It will perhaps
!ovea serviceable lesson to you j nud
en when yon hate tried the enterprise
your istiaaetkHij and have grown as
.lorrsnd yellow as a tlger-llly, you will
rhaps be thoroughly cured oi your
Jircenary schemes, and conclude to let
ill enough alone;"* \,'.'-i
'Thanks, mamma dear,, your objec-
ns shall prov.sttmuUnt; Ism bound
gohfl'enougiUw furffl'me wffiotnb
ng-wrlsted mils-you know you have
ri pattern you mado my last summer's
rsey mitts by—and some cool, wide
■■bonnets, I'll take ths risk with my
.nploxlon," ■ • . ■ i
"Aunt Km gave me that Idea; you
p.slie anticipated your objections. And
y navy blue flannel, properly shorten-
l will bo just tbe thing for dewy morn-
r And If njy ship should come In laden
kth strawberries, green peas and early
Rotables, it will be none the less wel-
Jne. Who knows what lots of lux-
Re. they-.mmy brine us.   In time W»
ky £»,« » UbMry and pnasibly .
?iuo.M    * "■■
pome one in tho door way with silver
[irrepoated:   "A girl of words and not
IdeeJs is liks s garden full of weeds.
nu should have counted grandpa; In
hong the relief corps."'
I'I shall be hippy to," said tho rosy
liiden. Mi imt think you would
Vrss Syr esjrtndrom si) soon.  '(But"
lilliitfy, % tolerprisingfirm of We,
, don't mean to know what a
I'den of weeds is."
Fint thing I am going to start s5me
sand other plana In the house In
l|lo» boxer*, or mon convenient sub-
***ites.  And then we will have ready
• MOMS outside to use later that can
■ort-wJ-npron cold days and nights.
Jile told me also how I could raise to-
Itoes, pepper plants and those Immense
>n rosaiIWVMJW*bsges*» sale, fifth
Hauima looked Inexpressibly shocked,
l Uly tk**e> hiraaata ahout her Boohf -
. j her a hearty kiss and called hor "a
ud all the pent-up energy thst had
.she sold,
n in reserve io long*. . ""***. I
I ler mothers caution anil grai
iniragenient kept her," ss she
0^!i^t;*-^i^'h*>*;?*>**,,*>*w.7I
rery important factor in tho success of
j esteniriSs. ri ai-)" ■ ■, ■
- utile John,.who was s market gar-
ier{> was as good as Ws word j and hav-
studied up from some reliable
horllles, she felt quite well joeted ss
io (Improper methods of cultivatihg os-
L-iili-ut drriniies.   ...',
'I'Uu Mtriylibrit^r OCT'*;:; tliu wuy {Memo
'-riliqirlsii.ivu.af sight ot the> unusual 'form-
Ing; preparations in progress; a strawberry bed followed in the wako of the
pojinnrl harrow, and newly planted
ruaplnrry and lilarkbcrry canes gavo a
pioinise of a future income.
tiriuiiljia's opinions and tho books differed r-oinowkat on teclrnical points; but
bis iissistrinco jvns vn.uablo in many
ways, particularly as lie sliarod quite
lrenrtily in bis:' favorito grandchild's interest'
The long rows of green peas and snap
bonus, planted at intervals of two or
three weeks, promised an oxhaustless
succession; and there.'woro crisp lettuce
and cucumbers, heels and spinach, that
went on tho market gardoner'e load to
the city very early in tho morning, and
these were little' ripples, even though
tiny brought only wholesale prices in
thu soa of fortune, tlm forerunners of the
larger 'waves on which her ship was
-steadily approaching. Miss Lily developed many business-like traits, and Uncle John was justly proud of his pro-
logo.
Wlron ber particular branch of industry was 'ally established, thero came
orders-from-tiio local boarrling-houses,
and individual summer residents, that
brought better Jpriccs. So that by the
end of the first autumn her carefully
kopt account book slitiw'ed that besides
discharging her' indebtedness, she bad
something laid aside for the coming season's expenditure, and bad still left quite
a little pocket monoy to be independent
OUr  • "'.       ■"   *1-    -->       fl •  '-■■.
All this, besides paying tho woges of a
boy, which he faithfully earned by his
devotion to his pretiy employer, and for
tho occasional assistance of .some poor
children in the vicinity, who wero glad
to avail themselves of tho opportunity^!
-obtaining light work.
All through her work she proved systematic, thorough and persevering; and
after a trial of two years, even mamma
voted it a success.
For- with: mamma's pride, her own!
commendable lovo ol tlie beautiful, and
the employment of tho earliest hours of
the day for hor busiest work, she had
kept lier original charms, ourl added to
them the sparkling otti-actloits that an
netivo life lends the faco*. The friends
who criticised most censoriously the
propriety of her ventures are now envious
of its popularity, tho difficulties being
only rehearsed confidentially, and the
successes i-pparont to every ono.
duo lis less maiden;, unreasonably
jealous of Lily's popularity and her
pii!ilic-s]]ir-:toil activity in Instituting
tlir-ir semi-anniinl flower shows, rashly
ventured nn unfavorable comment in the
presence oi snthu ulli-a-fasliionablea, but
received such a'rebuk.r from Miss Lily's
Hvlf constituted-champions thut she felt
impressed with tlie idea tbat active independence was held in greater repute than
gciuocl dependence...
The interior oi Mrs. Addington's houso
lias been much modernized. The library
has grown so: rapidly as te -require a
liandaotue|bookcasot while winter music
lessons and a hired piano point to the
ultimate possession of that luxury.
Lily is "smart enough to know that too
many things at a tune can not- be dons
-well, and her summer time occupation
has little rivalry other than reading and
recreative arts. One satisfactory luxury
is that of a tiny rustic pavilion, embowered with honeysuckle, clomatis and
climbing monthly roses, and' from the
watch tower ebe overlooks her work,
plans, rests and enjoys the fragranco of
the well-chosen variety of easily cultivated llowers that bloom in trim beds
over the turf in front of the garden, making as pleasing a combination of tho uso-
itil and ornamental as is Miss Lily herself. -
The elegant Mr. Aubrey, so the gossips
affirm, finds it quite as delightful a retreat, and quite frequently avails himself
of its fragrant shade.
It is nudum excellent excuse that lie
personally presents hiuiBelf to deliver bis
mother's previously ordered fruit or often assists in picking it, to assure Mme.
Aubi,-ytbat. they were fresh from the
vines, nt least so the nndenlaed boy,
with very large ears, had overheard hi jj
say to Miss .Lily.
"Andthst i-rtful gill"'ft) an envious
criUosays, "is so thoroughly disinterested
in se lavishly furnishing Mis. Aubrey
with flowers, that' It is uo wonder she
should eulogite her as the most intelligent and tastefully dreased girl in town."
But as tho rich Mrs. Aubrey is'not 11 io
only recipient of like floral- favors, tho
odgoof this sarcasm is.blunted, .-oiuo
.unfortunates . in the railroad quarter
could' attest to tire eamo generosity.
Lut unconscious ofthe criticism of tier
motives, sho enjoys her active life, with
its increased opportunities, isnd enters
heartily iuto every thing, from lawn teas
to church fairs, while not neglecting her
own Immediate* duties,and hosts ot real
truo ffliriidirwero ready to exprem their
f.-aivt iit tlio prospect of losing so unit-omul a favorito, when surmises became
certainties.
Mnrnmawseasked to accept Mr. Aubrey iu place of tho fairy prinoe.
But u'noto John withheld bis congratulation, for the reason, ho said "that Lily
-wob giving tips good business for a hazardous undertaking, and Mr. Aubrey
would assume the doubtful reputation of
marrying a 'market gardener.'"
"A reputation', '• replied Mr. Aubroy,
turning to uncle John's wife, "which Mis.
iliirris will agree with me in being happy
to enjoy."
Ii tins remark did not win Uncle John
over, tbe following ono did, in which ho
asserted, with a fond glance at his finance,
"I shall bo proud to prove that my
future wife ie not" of the wax doll order."
"Ifc.Whlehyoumaymtir," sold Lily,
rogu&hly, that I endures) grett dial of
sun without molting.
"Or fading either, "came from Uncle
John, in bantering suggestion of her increasing color.
But Lily protested that hla remarks
were'altogether too personal, and sp-
peeled to Aunt Urn's opinion on the
subject, which coincided with hsr own,
Whereupon ho offered tho resolution,
that -"As sEe hid heiVtofiiri
goodjudi       '  '    '    -"
iiiuor.Toii
hoped sh    .
temper In her new relations, any mora
than she'had copied its color in tho
past"
Mamma understood the double application ol hi. ralllory, and ackuowlednd
it with one of her quiet sinliS"      ■
"That fashionable color our city girls
endeavor to cultivate ss s proof of the
extent of their ruaticatleu," observed
Mf. Aobir**, "but which I fait liadlnTo
In Its deepest shades. My summer's
souvenir will not Ira so evanescent, snd
aiMiffithl>tl_\f HO other possibilities Jrillslsnn me." '• :
ThlsTaJt graceful remVk' mutt have
been intended tor mamma's ean, as tho
two other ladies woro admiring Lily's
fino chrysanthemum collection, and comparing notes on flowers in general with
Sinuch onthuslasin'they wore unaware
liavlnnan audience, till a elioory voice
behind them was heard to any i     .   .
"I'omoua is lotli to resign lierHeotrei
The maiden is loot ln the ganteher/     -
"As she hkd heretofore shown sucK
judgment, her decisions skeulj\\m
•sod in matters matriinonlal, and he
hoped sho would not prove a tiger lily in
•'H MM? Life"
Is a common expression, often heard
bom those who have realized, by por-
aonal use, the curative powers of Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral, ;** I cannot say enough
ln praise of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, believing as I do that, hut ior its use, I
should long aince have died from lung
treaties.—E. Sragdon, Palestine., Tex.
About six months ago I hod a sevore
Hemorrhage of the Lungs, brought on
by a distressing Cough, which deprived
me ot Sleep and rest I lind used various cough balsams and expectorants,
without obtaining relief. A friend advised ine to try
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
I did so, and am happy to say thst it
helped me at onoe. By continued use
this medicino cured my cough, and. I
am satisfied, saved my life.—Mra. B.
Cobura, 18 Second at, Lowell, Mass.
I have need Ayer'a Cherry Peotoral
ler over a year, and alnoerely behove I
ahsnld have been inby grave, had it
not been for thia medicine. It has cured
meet* dangerous affection of the lungs,
lorwldchlbad almost despaired of ever
ending a remedy.—D; JL MoMuUen,
Windsor, Province of Ontario.
Ayer'a Chen; Pectoral Saved my life.
Two yeara ago I took a very severe Cold
which settled on my lungs, Ieonsulted
physiclaua, and took the remedies they
pmerllied, bet failed to obtain relief
' "II began tiling AyoS's Cherry Pec
*    ""wo bottles or this medicine
 ealth.-T-Id-nr.io
JObio.     tt
Acer's Cherry aPeotoral,
»ifii-.i*'"*i""-
Hotel tqJLease!
niHB NEW THMSeWbY BRIOK
^QUJEEN^" HOTEL,
-,     Corner of Clement tb Columbln Sts.
Apply, to j
W.  A.  DUNCAN,
Awte24te      ■  Now WeHtnalnHtcr, a C.
((
STSA.MEB
RAINBOW"
ARRIVES EVERY
HONDAY and FBIUAL
DEPARTS
TUESDAY and SATURDAY.
rtOHNECTING -WITH 0. R. A S. 00.'g
_ Steaninrfor the Sound, anil wltb Str.
pOtlADYSTT lor up-river.
For particulars, apply to
TURNER, BEETON A CO.,
Victoria,
orto      W.I.MATHERS,
dwapSDIo Agent at Westminster.
INDEPENDENT
8TBMWyr/AM,gfy^jBI0N BUSINESS.
.WNBR8 OF FARMS OR CITY IjOTS
_' to sell will have their Interests, ns
well as buyers, carefully guarded In all
transactions, and no extras put on flrst
prices.
Always have good bargains ln Vancouver Lots. .    .
Correspondence solicited.
WM. CLARK BELL.
Cambii St., P. O. Box 05,
0
Joseph  Bayliss,
IB PREPARED   TO   EXECUTE  ALL
j    KINDS OF
Furnace, Boiler Seating, and
Chimney Building and
Repairing.
BRIO kTaY ING
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
ESTIMATES glv.il.for every description of work.
Orders may, he loft wltli H. T. Read A
Oa. Colnmbla St., New Westminster.
 dapSte	
kmrlif the Sites and Pisces or
Wirts of Assise, Rlsl Frlui, Md
•yer aid Ternlaer, for the
Tom 1888.
spring assizes. *
[0» VANCOUVKK iKI.AHaJ
Viotoria ....Monday 31st May
Nanalmo .....Tuesday .....nth June
|0» MAlNI.Afili.i
Nw.Wsstmlllsieiih,Wedncsday...'*n-l Mny
Kliinloops Monday Ill) .Inn.
Oliilliu Monday lllh June
FALL AHS17.ES..
[OS Maini.anii.]
RleliSelil ......Miniiliiy Hull H«-|.t*r
Clinton....  Wirrllicsilny.aih Sonfr
Kamloops Mniulny latOotrr.
Lytton ......Moniliiy Mil Oot'r.
N.wWi<sluliisSer,Wednesdiiy.lltli  Nov'r
[On VAKOoovr.il Ihi, vmi.l
Viotoria .Monday......*»llli Novemlrer
Nnnalmo..H.....Tuesday tlh December.
daplTTml
CliMON, A.Q.UHI1C,
Ms tssvirsi. Mnsr Puma
AND OONVKYANCBRR
Aammrs fob
riMj-jThe WMUrtol Torontt.The'VEl-
ua, Tbe Clly of Ixmilon, nnd Tin- Hurt-
ford,
MR.-Ttio Nor York uio Inannniv Co.
ACtlM**4r.-Tlte Traveloltr of Hortfonl.
»a« SirveySM la oil Its branches .coil-
y and |n<>inrs*lr curried out;
«l
oaai__
oalltUa,
a.lS.knlm.lainil. rwtak.  Wc
• acomplM. nnl of deslnblir lo-
raasslss tawtt. Iinpmvml and milm-
praVM, thniiutlMiUi the district'
Hiatal "il m».r aiiu-k bought A sold.
I. ls*an on flrst mnrlgflgo nt low
Trlri'Iionk Call No. Ss,
P. Oi DllAWEIt W.
W0f»D8,TirKNKU A: tiAMSIK,
OlMI, ItUSD'S Itltl,    -    COLIMSU ITSECT
.' -NEWWE8TMIN8T»1» ,
dmtiHIe
EMPLOYMENT WANTED:
Al'KAG'J'lCAL I'JNUIjISil UAHUIiNER
UuslrifK loubluln employjiiunt'Iri ar-
ra»Kiug Kurd oils, hotbetlx, llowtir beds,
lawns unit other work of thut nature. Has
u tlioioti-'li kiiowledKi*  of   his IjusIuhhs
and gmt ran lens  saltsi*ai'llini.    Excellent
refi't-oiici'S If required.
Address " W. F.," tills olllce.   diulUlU:
AnBNTSi T. H. HIBBIM * CO., Vieioria.
dwocSyl
InTOT'IOEL
VTOTIOE IS HBREI-JY OIVEN THAT
XN ' wo Imvo applied to tlio Minister of
tho interior for u license to cut umber on
the following Itinrta, vir„: Tlio Ronthcaiit
auarterof Southwwi qnttrter-sectlon and
otithwest quarter of llie Southeast quarter-section of Section 23, and the Northeast quarter of Northwest quarter-section
and Northwest quarter of Northeast quar-
ter-Bectloii of Section 1-1, all In Township
40, In tho District of NewWestmlnster.
BRUNETTE SAW MILT, 00. (Ld.)
dapttml H. L. DkBeck, Manager.
FORJALE.
Valuable   Property!
whl
ON THE MUD BAY ROAD.      ,
Y VIRTUE OF THE POWER OP
' Sale contained In a cortain Mortgage
Ich may be seen at tho oflice of the undersigned, tenders will be received by
thorn np to noon on THURSDAY tub
Utt-H Day op May next, lor the purchase
of tbo North-Emu Quarter «f gecllon Ko,
13* Township 4, New Westminster District, on which Is erected a valuable
Dwelling House and other buildings.
Title Indisputable. Terms and conditions
may be had on application to
CORBOULD A McCOLL.
New Westminster,
Solicitors for Vendors, dwap!2td
NOTICE,
LILLOOET FERRY.
SEALED TENDERS WILL BE RE*
oelved by the Hon. the Chief Com*
m issloner of Lands and Works np to noon
of Tnesd ay, 1st of May next, for tb e right
of maintaining and operating a Ferry
across the Fraser River at Lillooet forn
term of one year.
All the Govornment ferry plant will be
placed at the disposal of tbe contractor
for use In plying the ferry.
The limits of the ferry shall extend four
miles above and four miles below the
line of tbe wire cable.
Tenders must state the sum proposed to
be paid to tho Government for the privilege, and the rate of toll proposed to be
collected for every—
Passenger,
Loaded Animal,
Unloaded Animal,
Freight Wagon,
Spring Wagon or Buggy,
Head of Cattle or Horses,
Sheep, Pig or Goat,
One hundred pounds of Freight,
Tbe toll to be collected upon mlnlnr
machinery shall not exceed one-balf the
rate to lie charged for ordinary freight.
All oflicers of the Provincial Government, with their animals and freight, to
pass free.
With eaeh tender must be submitted
tbo names of two responsible residents of
tlio Province who'are willing to sign a
bond for the sum of t-500, as soourity for
tbe faithful carrying out of the contract.
W. S. GORE,
Surveyor-General.
Lands and Works Department,
Viotoria, a 0., April 7th, m
daplltd
•—ANY MAN—
Who is Weak, Nerrons, Debilitated,
who In his Folly and Ignorance has
Trifled away his vigor of Body, Mind
ahd Manhood,causlng exhausting drains
upon the Fountains of Lift, Head*
aehe. Backache, Dreadful Dreams,
WsakMis of Memory, Basttfttlaass In
! moiety. Pimples upon the Face and
all tbe Bfl-bcti leading to Early Decay,
Consumption or Insanity, will Hnd In
— ■**■*-- IBo No. 88 a Positive «.nr«. It
Youth-Ail Vigor, restores tbe
_-. _- —vanity, will find In
our Specific Na JB a Positive Cnr-t. It
imparts Yoathfsil Vigor, restores the
Vital Power In old and young, strength'
ens and  Invigorates the Brains and
Nerves, builds up Uie muscular system
and arouses Into action the whole physical energy of the human frame, with
our Specific Na S3 the most obstinate
ooso ean bo cured In threo months, and
recent ones ln less than so days. Each
package contains two weeks treatment.
Price fl Cures guaranteed. OnrSpccIfle
Na 94- Is an Infallible care for all Private Diseases, no matter of kow long
standing. Sold under our written Gnur-
ante* to effect a (tore. Price 15. Toronto Medlelne Ca, Toronto, Out.
GOISIIIPTIOJ
That droiul terror, a dlsoose sn long;
bailing ttrir-'Utt' and the most skilled
physicians, who knew of nothing to
arrest, nothing to alleviate, nothing to
cure. Now li |h ho lonuer an Incur
ablo malady even when given up by
PhyslplnnHi lifallli ran yot he found In
OlfR REMEDY; II heals anil soothes
the mciibrano of the Lungs, Inllaincd
and poisoned by the ravages of this
fell disease, and prevent* tho night
sweats and tightness aorosH the chest
which accompany It.  Price lil,
CURES   GUARANTEED.
Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Out,    |
OVK KLKUAW rRKPARATlOKS.
Remember wo manufacture nntl aro tho
solo proprietors nf the following specialties,and tbat tlii-yc'in bo hud from no
UUQ0UT8. Corri-Hpondenco sirfolly confidential. CoiiNtiltnllon upon all chronic
diseaso Invltml. NO CHARGE except for
medicines. All goods sent- st.eiire from
observation. Toronto-Medicine Co., To-
ron to* Out.
HAIR  OOLORING.
Our miwnidcont. preuaratlons aro warranted perfectly harmless. Wo prepare
the folfowii't cotfirs-tlic finer shades
Urine from the hair itself: llloek, Dark
Rrown, Medium Brown, Chestnut, Light
Chestnut, (iulil IMondc, Ash or lllonde
Oendroe, Snnd sample of halrwhtmnr-
dArlug. Price, fl per bottle. Toronto Me-
dlolue Co., Toionlo, Out.
TOILET REQUISITES
In ordering please specify which you
winlrej wo guiiraiilce thi-ffl to give entire
satisfaction. No, 8 Imparls to the skin
the color and freshness of maidenhood;
harmless and cannot be detected, »i.i?.*».
No. 9 mmoves wrinkles, fl Nn. 10 removes Liver Spots,ILIUL No. II removes
Flesh Worms, .l.l\ No. U rcutoves
Krreklns. 9L2H. No. lit removes finiplvs,
*l,'». NO. U romovos- Tno, 11.25. • No. Ih
remove* Moles, *?*!. No. in remove! Pock-
murks, si1. No. IT removes undue lVrs pi-
ration. ti.'2\ Nn. If), an alwoluto nnfbllltig
speotlle forthe rWPinlniii development m*
rt-Hloration of tlir Hair, $l:Z>, Toronto
Medicine Ca,Tnrunii),Onu
THE BUST.
Na 10 Is a i-mblnoil Internal nnd rxter-
nal treatment which speedily itevelops
or rcsUitus the female bust to t.lie propor-
tloiix of voluptuous tinluin. Is entirely
lmnnl«':-n nml ccrtjiln In results. Price fI,
Toronto Modiolnc Co,, Toronto,Out.
dwaplSyl
j.   iijiinauiiMlMilltfiasi
©ttyl^frdry
joi: qui.
HAVING LEASED AND PITTED UP
a Shop on Dallas Hired, nearly op-
Kosltf? Mr. Wl-se's Ktable, Ih now prepared
i undertake the work of a
(-General Laundry.
Competent men employed, and work
guaranteed. Having engaged a Wagon
for delivery, clothes will bo delivered
promptly in any part of the city. First-
class references given If required. A trial
ordor solicited. Prices will be found as
low as In any first-class establishment.
Families takon at special rates.
oarordeis may belcft at Mr. Dickinson's
BitUihur Shop, ColuinblaSt. djafite
Dominion Lands.
TP YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
JL Pre-emption or torrent of Mining or
Oraziug Land, or buying Farm, Mining
or any land from the Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY CASH
But pay lu SOZ-LXX* a»d >*Ye *
large discount.
Serin can bo obtained In large or small
quantities from - -... .  ■
AtLOWAY k CHAMPION,
,.   sahkuss,	
winnipeg, manitoba,
OB KKOM
TUE BANK OK BKITI8H COLIIHBU,
NEW WESTMINSTER
dwmltflta.
UNIVERUL TMPOD COAT MGK
ALSO, SOLE AGENCY ON THK MAIN-
LAN D FOR THE CELEBRATED
White Sewing Machine
TBE BEST IN TBE WORLD.
€. J. ROBSON,
Columbia St., Opp. Coi-oniai, Hotel.
daplltc
LOOK \ELMttmi
In order to make room for a large consignment of Boots and.Shoes
for the Spring trade, I will for sixty days sell all
descriptions of
Boots and Shoes at Cost for Cash.
SSrUALL EARLY AND SECURE BARGAINS.
dwfeStc
JAMES ROUSSEAU,
No. 81, Ooumiu
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S. MASON
CUYLER A. HOLLAND,
' 1
IN, [.
LAND,   )
DIRECTORS.
HUD OFFICE, . 56 Hew Broad St. • LONDON, ENGLAND.
Th. Business ol AIXSOP * MASON hu bwn mergod la th. .bote CtKoptsr
ud will te nrried od hjr th. Company from thlt dtte u a gawd I*nd Itwwtaut
ud Insinm). Agra-y.
MONET TO LOAN on Uortgiga nt Low Sitti,  ton Lot, nil fiil.t
L«nds for S»l« on Miy terms.
Victoria, a C My Uth, MB. dWJHIt
^mm^^^————^—'    '-■'	
To Su Fusco, Cal,,
BY WAY OF THE
iafiiS,
AND CONNECTIONS.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
Quicker In Time thnn any other
Route between
kltttniuttf u-i Su Mm
Grand Scenic Boole of Ua fatlllt
Coast.
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For Accommodation of Second-Class Pas*
sengera, attached to Express Trains.
Fare from Portland to Sacramento and
San Franoisco! Unlimited, OKI Fint
Class (Limited), t»l Seeond Clam (Limited), Olt.
It. KOEHLER, Mnnajer.
E. P. B0OER8,
Gen. Freight dr Pass. Agent.
ISTEELEBROSaCO.
COME AND 8EEI
W. H. HOLDEH.
th. •T«*erUM H-MM^MMhig
.lnn.1.1.*.a nh.u. ... . a. ...a. ^.~.
(h« Epluopal Church, and now Yds*
uth.    ■.,:..   IX SttyauK
FARMERS' SOME!
Will aesommodat* tho tnriMttt pnbll.
ai th. following ntMi               n*
BMidiMtdaqr*- ' '"**"
iwn
W.R. AUSTIN,
UCALKKIN
Genera! Merckiiss!
NKW WISTMIJfSm, I. 0.
Hay and Feed
BB.JkJK*jK-B*V.
WOOD & OOAL
(T11E11KHT 11UA1.1TVI.
Dry 4a04HlH, Boots & Sluw.
Provisions & Oroccries.
FARMERS' ~ARDVVARE,
•JTAs we uw no wliliky or tobacco wo
oan, hy tonipomto habits tuut cnrefal oco*
nomy, servo tho publlo nt especially low
rntt-H. (IwJaKIc
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STREET • T10T6WA.
M.amimrea x*os
North British snd Meresntlle
Insarance Co. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON 4 00.,
U Pinsbnry dreu,
London, B. 0.
Flower* far •aim
Mfokk
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'r.
I Oiu ItaoiuST. and H Paix Mall,
LONDON.
1NSTITTTTED 1808.
TjlOR INSURING HOUSES b OTHER
r llollillngs, Goods, Ware., Merchandise, Moniifactiu-Ing and Fanning Stook,
(Jiiyrta on Iward suoh Vessels, throughout
Grant Britain ud Ireland and lu Foreign
Countries,
rtton LUSH OR BAHAfil bt nu.
Snbwrlbeil aud Inveated Capital,
£1,000.000 8TG.
, JUtea of rreniium and every Inform*
Hoc 3»n Ito obttinoti on application to
W. J. AKM8TR0N0,
A<|MttoCrNn>W*»MMtw.
HaUid Tnnhr
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PREPARED TO TURN OCT
DOUBLE AND SINfiLE RIBS
At Speolal Low Rata..
Enjaf md AU Eincs of Tnming
Done at Bltortent Notice.
BryCertlwMd dellvcreil to tnypartof
•the City.
Ontoni by Telephone will receive prompt
nttentlon.
■WHtnlilPH nenrly o))ixwlle CM1. H. Do-
Itol.CohitnblnKl., NitwWentmltwter.
iljnllle      QILLEY BROS. Props.
EMPLOYMENT
CMnesB Labor_GoiLtr&ct8d.
Clearing Land and Cutting
Cordwood.
FOOK W(Ti CO.,
COLUMBIA. STBIEET,
Near Cleveland Bote),
NewWe.tmln.ler.    dtalbill
w
IsTOTIOE.
E THE UNllERSIONEl) HEREBY
. give notloo that thirty ilnys slier
date we Intend lo applyto the Chlet Com-
mlnloner ot lands and Works torper-
■nlsslon to Innje for timber prirposes tho
following ileserlbett land.:    '    '
Plot No. 1-TwentT nores, mora or lt*».
slluaiod about twenty mile, (rem Harrl-
son Sprlnirs on llio WoM .hore of It.rrli.ai,
t*!». bounds by the lak.and mountain.
1 loi No. U.-Tcn neres, moro or loss, sit-
niileil nliiiiil twenty-two miles Irom Har-
rlwnSDrliimionthoWMl.ldeofHarMiion
Ijike, iKinndoil by shore and mountain.
Pot-No «.-Threo hnndml notes,more
or lesrr, ■iiuatod almnt twemy-llve miles
from HwrrlHim Spr nirs on West shore
onno.l.e North en* of W? iffl, SS
"Half-way Point," bounded by mountain
anu allure.
Plot No. i.-One hundred uere«,moreor
Tl!,t'.■"h■^!<,? "{.""f6" •">o";o« karrison
Orrrek and big tilde, bounded by mountain and shore.
JUSiSlJd'VS1 -"Mi more or less,
^SSl»i 'W ^v,B.1*'.',h*E;™ of Harrl«on Lake,
opposlto big slide, bounded by shoro and
mountain.
...WN"*f;rT,?"."*'r',»>"">i-o or loss, situated on West shore of Harrison lake,
ono mile abovo big slide, bounded by
mountain nnd shore.
.ffl*?&'*7^f * M*?«i>nore or lent, situated on Westshoreof Harrison Lake,six
miles from Douglas, bounded bv mountain and shore.
wHS* ?BV.t,S!* fit "««• or l«.
West of rort Dougla. Indian reserve
bounded by LUIooelTtlyer and monntaln.
Plot No.a-Twohundred.aeim, moro or
less, sltnntod on West side of LUlooet
River and North side of Slneket Creek,
hounded liy Rtucket Creok, Lillooet Rivor
and mountain.
Plot No. 10,-One hundred aores, moro
or lens, sltnated on East side of Lillooet
Rivor, about four mllos from the river's
mouth.
..i1?1".' ?"l Ih-nkr ime, more or less,
situated nbout one mllo of roar of Douglas
on the wngon road.
H.„,»nU,ver^0*ABm480N'
April 3ml, nam. dapsml
ESTABLISHED 1889.
ROBT. DWKfflfflS
BUTCJfEiri
MMrijr »»Kilt» IM<M*Mtt*MM,
t
NBW WBSTMIN8TBR
THB LARGEST AHD  CHOIOtST
tawrtment ol aU thHripttou tl
MEATS AND
Constantly on hand, and supplW to laat.
Diet, Rettanrut., and SUaaboaH attk.
lowest possroia PBMW.
CHINA' * JAPii-«t,
WE HAVE JUST KKCEirBD*Itrg.
eonsignmoat of all klaiH of
CELEMATW T6A,
)tnkrol<ler«48llkCM*X
Bk»wli,SerMn,Mf|Mi,
•nulag «•»!•, lie., lie.
..    —AUWr—V  ';'.        It
romltla, SttHM, rOMIiaMti
Bl-MM, toff, »«H«11«»* ud
CirlMof KrrMxDwcrifjUas.
mmru u ran ma mm? mm
OMMANAVMk
Roping that yon will honor aa with pow
Tltlt, we remain veiTmpaeUullr7aut,,
Kwong on Wo i* Ci,
^s^m'^mSkP THE DAILY OOLUMBIAN
TOlUtHlD
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"p. BOB80N, Manager.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Cricket Suits, tc.. .Ch-le, Campbell b Co
For Sale...  ....'. .J. A. Lumsden
Tenders St. Andrew's Church
Str. "Gladys" W. B. Townsend
Notice to Ratepayers.... J. A. Robinson
Dental Notice;, C. E. C. Brown
Prill) f ritish dolntnbian
Taeaday Kvealag, May I. istw.
Flags were flying at all tho flag masts
in town to-day in honor of the. May
Bay celebration.
: 'Tke atr. Dummuir roturned from
Nanaimo last night bringing 30 ton's of
coal for the canneries.
Attention is called tu. the new, ad-
rrartwomont of IUsim. Oglo, CtJoip-
beU A Oo., In another column.
''''- '"U:\So nor 'teg casK-j. •*.«*»
I'W-fithe*' Odimingham's
rfwaro House, 1802. *
.a..AiiumborofVancouveriteawere in
the eity to-day for the purpose of attending tho May Day celebration.
' Salmon have not been ao plentiful
for the laat few days, but sturgeon,
oolachans and other (Ish are in abundance.
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at the Columhian offioe. Prices will he
found aa low as at anv other offlco in
ttnlfr buttaiita Pajwr tt 31 da. por
lb. Boiled" Linseed Oil wholesale SOcts.
per nalloo—nt James Cunningham's
Pioneer Hardware HoiSe, 1803.    *
The water has risen 6 inohes during
the hut 24 hour* and is still rising.
The river is now so high that the tide
doea not run aa far up us this oity.
A lady writes: "I was enabled to remove the corns, root and branch, by the
use of Holloway's Corn Cure." Others
who have tried it have tho aame experience.
The air. Parthia sailed for Japan
laat night with 9 flrst-olass passengers.
Her eargo consisted of 800 tons cotton,
700 tons flour nnd 200 tons merchandise.
It will be aeen from our advertising
oolumna that tha ttr. Gladys has
changed her time-table. She now
laa.es on Mondays _and Wednesdays,
returning Tuesdays and Fridays.
Ayer's Pills are the best cathartic for
correcting Irngalarities of the stomach
and bow-Hi. -Gentle, yet thorough in
their action, they cure constipation, stimulate the appetite and digestive organs,
and atrengthip tho system.
A Chinaman named Ah 8am was
brought before the police magistrate
this .afternoon charged with having
drawn a knife on Mr. Rankin, of the
Holbrook house. He wat remanded
till the 8th inst
At Uu polico court this morning
Sing Lee was ordered to pay 82.25 for
not leaping his premises in a proper
•Ma of erjeuliness. He was also or-
■***•« to hare tho necessary oleaning
up done by Saturday or he would be
severely punished.
That feeling of weariness, so often experienced In tho spring, results from a
sluggish condition of tno blood whioh,
being impure, does not quicken with the
changing season. Ayer's SarsapariUa,
by vitalizing and cleansing tho blood,
strong-then, and invigorates the system.
The lockup keeper only otiarges 20
'in meal at the oivie hotel to regn-
(tMuiant Hoarders, which ia the
' leataMhhmontoftho kind in
Unices prion we advanced
•mt Smith will Snd most' of hia
lime oeoupied in broiling beefsteak and
making omelettes.'
. When his wonhip congratulated the
memben of the oouncil last night on
their attaining, to the dignity of alder-
men,» b-^Uful blush swept over the
facet of a few of Uie timid members,
who, however, felt as proud ot the
tltleat» sweet maid of 10 feels over
htr (rat long dress,
Oni Sunday night the Chinese Freo
Maaona held a grand celebration in the
drill thtd. tht otremonies must have
been Mttstthing very grand as it required o*er* 100 torches to light Ihem
ttuoufk tht proceedings. A large
quantity of ammunition, powder and
t—tt ttnltalm art stored in the shed.
whioh, in oaaeot fin originating from
Ult torohes, would have made things
llftly ta that neighborhood for a timo.
Tht wWom 6f leasing the drill shed
fofWg^ota^sia.vT'WtUyto be
The Smallpov.
At Ihe city council last night, Mayor
Dickinson mentioned that smallpox
wns reported nt Vancouver. Mayor
Opprfflheiruur, of Vancouver, telephoned over to-day that there la only
one case known to exist, and it is a
very mild form of tho disease. The
authorities of Vancouver have quar-
rantiued thia caso at the penthouse, beyond the inhabited part of the city,
nnd are taking every precaution fo
prevent conlagion. It is to be hoped
thia disease mar be watched with tho
greatest possible care. If smallpox
should get among the Indians nnd
Chinese, especially during tho fishing
season, no one oan predict how serious
the consequences wonld bo.
A «Md eh.wing.
The following statement, kindly furnished us by Capt, Boblnson, city
olerk, shows the standing of tho railway debenture account and the excellent condition of finances in connection
therewith:   .
Land sales, ace, ln Bank 11. C 8 5.320.71
Cash on hnnd      107.00
Required lo pay 10 debentures..
Installments dno now	
Installments duo within 6 mos..
tots unsold—2 lots lu Bloek A....
■'«    ■  -10 lots In Blook Bf..
Total' resources.....	
Debentures iinreileemed....
5,427.71
5,000.0
4T*7*!*fi.
1,010.00
2,1137.71
. 7,2M:CT*)
1,00100
5,00100
...***... 8,C:i.OO
Balance to meet right of war/ and -
other purposes ...,! ..;f.;.,| 7,821.71
The railroad intcii>at,account has n
credit of 82,133.00 on hand, from.
which is to be doduetad $173.33 interest on debentures to date. This leaves
a balance of 81,958.17 to the crodit of
tho intermit account,
Tho remaining sixteen debentures,
amounting 88,000, ,will' positively; be
pail off by tlio end orthe yenr.
Transfers t. Uu tytt I'M.
The list of articles transferred to the
free, list, and which appeared in the
Columbian somo weoki bro, has boon
oancelled uud tlio following substituted: Green fruits and edible berrios,
in their natural condition, viz.: Apples, apricots, bananas, cherries, mangoes, olives, peaches, pineapples, plantains, plums, pomegranates, quinces
and_ snaddooks,   hlaekbsmes,  oral.- 1M v,
berries, goosobemea, napoeiriee »"P? iftisrino tha
strawberries. Seeds, .„m.: <*HoveJ,f PJf™J1)*
grass and flower, canary, cilia, cotton,
jute, mustard (brown and white), sesame, sugar beet, sugar cane teed and
aeedaoffraitandfoiaWrtet not edible. Seede, aromatio, which are not
edible and are in *. erode atate, and
not advanoed in value or condition by
rolining or grinding or by any other
process of manufacture (in addition to
those already on the free list), viz..
Anise-star, caraway, cummin teed and
Tonquin beans.. Trees, shrubs and
plants, vie: Apple, oherry, poach,
pear, plum, quince and all other fruit
trees and the seeding stock of the
aame. Blaokborry, currant, gooseberry, raspberry and roso bushes, grape
and strawberry vines. Shade, lawn
and ornamental tree shrubs and plants.
Vegetables, viz.: Citrous, melons and
yams.
Xleas Otlcl.l Service.
YeBterday afternoon Mr. Jas. Mc-
Namara, assistant gaoler, BOvcred hia
connection with tho gaol in this city.
Mr. MoNainara is one of the early
pioneers, aud has been connected with
the city prison for the past 27 years.
He came to this province from California during the gold excitement in 1858.
When he reached this city the presont
site was covered with a forest of gir/au-
tic firs and cedars, and Mr. MoNumara
waa among those who assisted in chopping out the line of what is now Columbia street. He afterwards held a
position in the revenue srrrvico under
Hon. Mr. Hamley. In 1801, at the
solicitation of tht late Judge Brew, ho
took charge of the chaingang, aud ever
since that date he has been on the
official staff of the gaol in one capacity
or other. After ao long a service, Mr.
McNainura feels that he is entitled to
a holiday, in which opinion we are sure
all will agree with him. By judicious
investments ht haa made ample provision for the future, and is now in a
position to enjoy the fruits of those
years of labor. Mr. McNamara proposes to spond a short time nt Harmon
Hot Springs, after which he will visit
other parts of the province; and Tag
Columbian hopes hit doclining years
may be brighter and even mors useful
than the yeara that are past.
Pergonal.
The Misses Wadham, of Ladners,
aro in the oity.
Mre. Worsnop, of Vaucouver, is tlie
guest of Mre. Dr. Blaok.
Mrs. J. W. Sexamith, of the North
Arm, waa in the oity to-day.
Mra. Amos Bowman, of Upper
Sumas, la in the city to-day.
Miss J. Blaok returned laat night
from * visit to her friends in Vancouver.
Ber. E. Bobson eamo ovor from
Vancouver last night and left for Langley thia morning.
Mrs. Morden came over from Vancouver to-day, and goes to Nanaimo
on the Dunsmuir to-morrow.
0. Z. Perry, of Victoria, was in the
city yesterday and went over lo Vanoouver this morning. Mr. Party it
w.ll known throughout the province aa
the popular and successful traveller for
tho British Columbia Stationery Oo.
The oompany having gone into liquidation, Mr. Perry's services are no longer
required, add lie is about to leave for
Chicago, where he expects to find employment. Wo trust that he will meet
with the same success in the east that
he haa met with in British Columbia.:
kaebee
MomiiBAi, May 1.—In Hooholega,
Champagne, liberal, waa elected by
240 majority, and in Maskiuonge
Legris, nationalist, by 09 majority.
Spencer, conservative, waa returned
for Mlssisquoi, but his majority is not
known.
QUEEN OF THE MAY.
the Coronation aad Other Ceremonies
Celebrated In a Bight lloyal
.   Manner.
May Day broke rather misty this
morning, but as the olerk of the
weather predioted a day without roin,
tho signal flag waa hoisted over Hyack
hall to announce that tho oelebration
would tako place, Boys and girls wero
early on tho streets, flushed with excitement mid thoir facoa beaming wilh
happy smiles iu anticipation of tho
glorious timo iu tho afternoon. Shortly
before 2 o'clock tho procession formed
at Hyaek hall and marched by Columbia, Douglas and Agnes streets tn the
cricket ground, whore the Msy polo
had boon erected. First of nil wan the
band, which played it number of airs
in a very creditable manner, and thon
came the royal carriage containing tho
qucon, quoen-elect and four maids of
honor. Tho Hyacks in full uniform
brought up tho rear of tho procession.
On reaching the grounds the queen,
Miss May Douglas, ascended the
throne, followod by the queen-eleot,
Mist Adelaide Buss, and tho four
maids of honor, Mias MoPliodden,
Miss Ewen, Miss Eickhoff and Miss
Douglas. When all was arranged Miss
Douglas stepped forward and delivered the following speech:
D»ab Sistek—I greet you ni-my
successor to the throne of iho Queen
of May. I feel sure that your amiable
qualities and your beauty will oom-
mand tho love and respect of your subjects. I resign to your hands the
power to rule, sure that my former
guards of honor, the Hyacks, will
serve you with the same truth and
constancy that they have shown to myself. I. feel happy oh this beautiful
May day in presenting to my lato subjects their new queen, and all I ask of
them is to celebrate thia day in the
samo gladsomo way in which thoy did
at my bidding ono year ago. 1 pledge
my faith and love to you.
At the conclusion of tho speech tho
crown was placed on the queen's head
and Her Majesty made the following
graceful reply:
Djsae Sister.—The crown which
you have just placed upon my head is
the emblem of authority, but it aliall
bo my aim to defend my throne and
govern my dutiful subjects by the influence of love. To-day you havt been
good enough to confirm the choice' of
the faithful Hyoks, whose devotion
ia* known to all the world, aud I am
glad that they are to be my councillors
(luring the jraar of rajf* reign. For
you, my loving subjects, I wish that
this may be a day of greateat gladness,
and that our merry hearla may greet
tho advent of apnng'with loyal devotion. Lotus now away to tho May
Pole, whero we shall givo expression
to our joyous emotions in such amuse
ments as shall be appropriate to' the
Morry May Day, and'» kpeping with
tho dignity of our crown..
The qucon'*! speech was received
with much enthusiasm and applauso
from the crowd and the band plhyod
"God Save the Queen." The little
girls then eaoh got hold of ono of the
numerous ribbons attached to tho pole
and danced round the queen aa happy
as fairies. As a reward for the homage paid each little ono was presented
with a ribbou. The.set of honor wos
thon formed and executed very gracefully, after whioh races, games, etc.
were indulged in by tho boys and girls
for a couple of hours,,.hor,,majesty and
the loyal Hyacks diroAing tho aniuso
ment. . Oranges, confectionary ami
other good things were provided in
great abundance for the children, who,
one and all, aeemed thoroughly to enjoy the occasion.. Tho celebration will
be concluded by a grand dance in
Herring's opera house this evoning,
the pleasures of which will be entered
into try both young and old.
The costumes of tlio queen, err quoon
and maids of honor were exceedingly
pretty, and fitted tbe pretty littlo darlings to perfection.
atr council.
The counoil met last night nt 8
o'clock for the transaction of business.
Present, Aid. Elliott, Oalbick, Shiles
Hoy, Ovens and Herring.
On motion Aid. Elliott took the
chair.
COMMUNICATIONS.     .
From Wm. Handcock asking leave
to use a portion of Agnes, Mary and
Trew streets for the purpose of laying
down building material.   Granted.
From the lieutenant-governor's prlvato secretary acknowledging receipt
of copy of assessment by law. Received and filed.
From C. O. Morrell, agent of tho
Standard Oil Co., calling the attention
of the council to the dangerous condition of Edinburg street near tho oil
company's building. Beferred to board
of works,
From Wm. McKoo, dork of tho
Delta counoil, stating that tbe counoil
wonld share alike with the other municipalities in the coat of the proposed
folders.   Received ar.d filed.
From I. B. Fisher calling attention
to Uie disgraceful condition of the
crossing and drainage nf Columbia
street opposite the Bank uf British
Columbia. Beferred to board of works
with power to aot.
From J. E. Sully and others calling
the attention of the council to the condition of many streets between Montreal and Melbourne Btroets. Received.
From Wm. F. Handcock asking
that the council would allow him for
placing 100 yards of gravel on tho
streets.   Referred to board of works
From A, D. Lund asking fur grade
of sidewalk on Douglaa and Cunningham streets. Beferred to board of
worka,
From W. Norman Bolt, Q. C, calling the attention of the oouncil to Mr.
W. N. Draper's claim, ud asking that
it bt settled. Referred to the board
of workt.
From W. Norman Bole, Q. 0., tinting the charter had passed lit third
reading and asking that the cost of
printing the bill be forwarded to tho
printer.
On motion a check for the amount
was ordered to be sont to Mr. Bole.
'*- -     Xooouirrt.   V
Mtfiiilantf Guardian, 912.42; O. H.
Murray, $8.25; D. McBroom, (400;
J. Jonsen; *46.50j A. G. Smith, $8.00;
CMMrwiJSryfiiir PHdier'sC-wtorla
0. Blair, (1B.68)  Franoit Forrest,
•61.75.
His Worship said he had much
pleasure in congratulating the gentlemen gathered round the board upon
their attaining the title and dignity of
aldermen.   [Applause].
Further time was granted the committee to report on the roadway to
Webster's wharf, and alao to the committee appointed to oniifor with the
Venerable Archdeacon Woods and Mr.
Kelly anent certain lands.
It waa decided that immediate action be taken against nil whoso water
front rents are in arrears.
His Wonhip reported ho had
boen informed that another ciiho of
smallpox had broken out in Van-
couver, and also thnt the man who wan
first discovered with smallpox iu Vancouver had diBappnarod from thnt eity,
and it was possible ho might come
hero. A strict watch would bo kept
and oveiy possible precaution taken to
prevent the diBonse entering this city.
The mattor of purchasing the gravel
in rear of the woolen mill was left with
tho board of works with powor to act.
His worship said tho council was
now in a position to pay off ten more
railway debentures, and ho thought
tho remaining debentures might be
paid by the ond of the yoar.
Moved by Alderman Hoy and seconded by Alderman Herring, that tho
court of revision bo held on May 30th.
Carried.
Oh motion the city clerk was instructed to pay off ten debentures.
His Worship reported having rooeived from tho Bonland Lithograph
Co., of Montreal, a copy of the map
for tho proposed folders. A few necessary changes had been pointed out by
Mr. Hill. His Worship and Alderman Herring woro givon powor to
choose a hotter quality of paper than
the samplo on which tho map ia
printed.
Alderman Shiles drew the attention
of the counoil to the Chincso celebration in tho drill shod on Sunday night,
and stated over a hundred lighted
torches woro ranged along tho walls.
Ho thought it waa a very dangerous
thing to allow Chinamen to uso the
drill shed for such celebrations.
On motion tbe council adjourned for
two weeks. ['__	
SILK RIDBONSI
Thoso of our readers who would like to
have an elegant, large package of extra
fino, Assorted Ribbons (by mail), in different widths and all tho latest fashionable shades; adapted tor Bonnet Strings,
Neckwear, Scarfs,. Trimming for Hats
and Dresses, Bows, Fancy Work, be,
can get an astonishing big bargain, owing
to the recent failure of a large wholesale
Ribbon Manufacturing Co., by sending
only £5 cents (stamps), to the address
we give below.
As a special offer, this honse will give
double the amount of any other firm in
America if you wilt send the names and
P. O. addross of ten newly married ladiea
when ordering and mention the name of
this paper. No pieces less than ouo yard
in length. Satisfaction is guaranteed, or
money cheerfully refunded. Three packages for 110 cents.   Address,
Loniion RinnoN AflENCV,
dwaplOyl | Jersoy City, N. .1.
Mr. T. C. Berchard, public sohool
teacher, Norland, writes: "During the
fall of 1881 I was muoh troubled with
Biliousness and Dyspepsia, and part of
the time was unable to attend tothe
duties of my profession. Northrop b
Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure was recommended to ino,
and I have muoh pleasure in stating that
I wos entirely cured by using one bottle
I have not had an attack of my old com-
plaint since, und havo gained fifteen
pounds in weight,"
mm Bttiy waa tick, w. pn tor Carta**,
When the wa. a Child, .be cried for Cutoria,
w—, aa. beam aim, ah. dung to Cutoria,
-frls»sh.hadCUldr.B,sh.g.i.thMaCut«l.
Thy Never Fhil.—Mv. 8, M. Bough-
ner, Langton, writes: "For about two
years I waa troubled with Inward Files,
but by using I'armeloa's Pills, I wa. completely cured, and although four years
have elapsed since then they have not
returned. Parmelee's Pills are anti,
bilious and a specific for the euro of
Liver and Kidnoy Complaints, Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Headache, Piles, ete,,
and will regulate tho secretions and remove all bilious matter.
FOR SALE:
A PURE-BRED BERKSHIRE BOAR:
2 years old, Applyto
JOHN A, I.UMBDEN,
wmj-2t.l Buinoa,
TIM:ETj&.BIiB3
Str. "Gladys,"
UHTIL  FURTHER NOTIOB,   WILT,
leave for Chllllwhaok and wnyplaces
..n MuNUAY ni I r , „n.l WKPNEH-
UA Y nl 7 a. in., return I ng on TUESDAYS
anil PIllDAYH. For all further Informn-
lion npply on board, or lo
W, B. TOWNSEND,
ilinylli: On tho Wharf.
Dental Notice!
T EXPECT TO LEAVE FOR THE IN-
1 terlor on tho ilth Inst, to bo absent
about six wpoIcs, All needing Dental
Work dono will please tako notlco thai,
until tbo uth Ins!., 1 will make a reduction of from 16 to N per cent, All work
warranted. Term. cash.	
O. E. O, BROWN, Dentist,
Orrion—Over Bank of B. c, oorner
Mary nnd ColnmblaSt'. dmjrlld
A COURT OF REVISION k APPEAL
A will be hold at the COUNOIL CHAMBERS on
TUiBHDAY, Silt INSTANT,
At 8 o'olock p. m„ when all complaints
against the assessment for 1881 will ho
heard and determined*
By order,       I, A, ROBINSON,
ilmylld O. M.C.
TENDERS
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ILL BE RECEIVED UP TO NOON
of the ltlk May forthe erection
BRICK CHURCH,
With Stone Foundation, for the CoUKrfl-
gallon of Mt. Andrew's.
Flans and Bpenlflontloni enn be m?en tt
Ihe office at Mesftn. Glow A Maclure nnd
T, J. Trapp A Co.
Tho lowest or any tender not necenurlly
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Circulars   regarding  the  In 	
Marriage Bureau's Scorut System. Incioie
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matlon nnd
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To Dressmakers & Others!
mHB ADVEKTISKIt SEEKS DAILY
I employment IlAd.n knowledifu of
all kinds of Needle-wmr. AddrctiH "a"
Columbian Office. dtip21ml
Administrator's Notice.
In the. Elate of ALEXANDER  Mc-
LEOD, Deceased.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
i.\ all monies due tho late Alexander
McLeod must bo paid to me forthwith
and all claims ngainst him must lio tire*
sented to me not later than noon on the
Uth day of May, 1888,
W. H. FALDINO,
dapMtd Administrator.
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-JUST OPENED AT-
JAS. ELLARD & CO.'S
■rx-B-rxi x.o-x- or wo-v****-
Spring Hats & Bonnets!
( TKIIIHKU AND I VTKIHUKD )
featNers,  flowers, ao.,
Direct from London and Paris.        >
'      dwapl2to
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WAKE, AC.
BEST QUALITY.   RASTEBN PRICES.
A lull lino ol Spectacles & Eye-Classes in steel, robber, silver and goM
frames.  The finest Pebbles made, H per pair; all sights suited.
Special attention given to FINE WATOH REPAIRS. Having learned tho
business thoroughly from some of the finest Horologers in England, and since then
managed tho watch-repairing departments of a few of the heat firms on the continent of America, is a sufficient guarantee oi good workmanship. Formerly manager for nearly 8 years of tho well-known firm of Savage 4 Lyman, Montreal.
Charges Moderate.
Montreal, Dec., 1887.—Mr. F. Crake.—Andw. Robertson, En., Chairman of
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I never found a Watcbmakor who did so
well for nro as you did when in Montreal, and I am sorry you are not here to Jay."
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A. M. HERRING,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
SEEDS.
Just Received, a large stock of Fresh Garden, Field and Flower
Seeds.   Will be sold at Eastern Prices; $c. Package.
HERRING'S "DRUG   STORE,
©Pli. Telegraph Office,
Colombia St., New Weslmlnsler.
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D. S. CURTIS * CO.
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Sole Agents, New Westminster, B. C.
Choice Family Groceries!
Fancy California Roll Batter,
, Choice Mocha & Jaya Coffee..
Montserrat Lime Fruit Jutce*
Desiccated Wheat,
Rolled Oats&Grltz.
TRY THEM FOR BREAKFAST.
All Qoods delivered promptly.
£». 7. rVDTJX*PS 4C ao.,.
dap28to ODDFELLOWS' BLOCK,
OGLE, CAMPBELL*CO.
, I1!'1   ,"   .*'■','    II ICCT.
JtJST OPENED OUT,
Crickets Lawn Tennis Suits
BOATING -SHIRTS,
FINEST SELECTION OF NECKWEAR IN THE CiTY
EXCLUSIVE! STYLUS l.
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Thb Ooluhbian PnmTiKa EstAButftmiiT has firat-olau faoilltlea far
all kinds of Oommwoial Printing, Ull Hudl. Utter H««dt, GlrWllTI,
Caiffi, Envelope!, Blank Formi of every deacrlptlon, Poitera, Dedjw,
PriM Uitt, Ito. Pricca tfill b, found u low aa at any othor offioe whwt
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