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 THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
 18   PUBLISHED——
Every Wednesday & Saturday,
-ir-
t). ROBSbN & CO.
OFFICE COLUMBIA STREET. Entrance to Eoi-
imiai ans Business Oemstmekt through T. r.
Pesbsoh & Cos. Book & SmioNERy Store.
TKRHS-llJ* Mall, •Jliiyoriri $160 for8lrloa.i
$1 Tm JI um.. I paynliln In A.Itiid.m. DfllhoreiJ
IryOsrilnror ARelit, fl pur qn.rtrrr, payable
qaartoily lo Onrrler or Agent.
AQENTS
T. N. HlrjIEN & CO. VlOTMIA.
T.». ftAsoon & Co Yau.
THIS PAPER
Newrrjiaper   A.lrertiHliij; nurorin (10 Spruce St.),
■     isrleforlt In
liu friiish Columbian.
Saturday Jlliirntiiit. .Inly .1. isso.
Current Events nnd Opinions.
British Oolumbia hus oome to the
front since tho practical completion
of thn Onnndiun Pacific lUiUny
fully as rapidly as her well wishers
had confidently predicted. Enough
is known already respecting the
province to arouse keen interest in
it amongst intending emigrants,
and to foster tho belief thnt its
attractions are such as to draw to
it a fair proportion of the surplus
capital and labor of the old world.
Bnt further information of a more
detailed diameter is being daily
sought, und efforts aro being promptly made to supply it. Mossrs. All-
sop & Mason, of London and Victoria (British Columbia)', have issued
a pamphlet by which useful work in
this direction will doubtless be dono.
The writers aim at calling attention
to tho immense undeveloped wealth
of the province, und its great importance to tho commerce of the
world. Hence they briefly, but
clearly indicate the variety and commercial value of its lish, timber, and
mineral resources; its scenic attractions; and tho advantages it offers
as a place of resort for health or
recreation. They specially emphasize the opportunities which are
now afforded of ndvuntngeously investing in the province the capital
wliich, to quote the pamphlet, "ul-
wnys appears in England in excess
of doninud." Writing upon the
strength of u business experience in
British Columbia, whicli extends
over a period of twenty-three years,
Messrs. Allsop it Mason point out
the modes of investment which can
be specially recommended, and the
information they are able to furnish
will doubtless bo sought for both by
capitalists and emigrants interested
in a province, than which Lord
Lorne declared "there was no fairer
lnnd in the world." — Cantuli;n
Gazette.
British Columbian.
Jor §tlt or fo f ent.
VOLUME 30
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C, SATURDAY, JULY 3, 188G.
NUMBER 1
The clear, lucid and exhaustive
explanation given by Mr. II. Duns-
ijt|; muir in his able speeches in this
Ifl city nnd nt Wellington, must havo
convinced overy reasonable thinking mnn that his connection with
tho procuring and carrying out of
tho contract for the construction of
tho Island railway wus meritorious,
and should not hnvo brought down
on hiin the condomimtion of liis fel
low residents in the oity of Niiimi-
mo.      Even   that  arch-agitator—-
O'Hrian — who was the principal
central figure of that agitation, admitted publicly ut the meetings hold
**,, in this city and Wellington that
f   Mr.   Dunsmuir   had  acted   iu  a
straightforward, conscientious, and
commendable manner in obtaining
this railway charter and thus protecting his own interests nnd the
interests of tho peoplo of this district.   The  two speeches recently
delivered by Mr. Dunsmuir is the
first explanation thnt the peoplo of
this provinco hnvo received from
him of - his  connection   with the
railway negotiations, and it is safe
to  suy  thut   the   expliinntiou   is
deemed most satisfactory by almost
the entire people.    Even the most
bitter oppononts of the sottlonient
act, after hearing the lucid exphina
tion suy that  it places Mr. Dunsmuir in a much more favorable
light, and are  willing to give liim
due praise for his energy, enterprise
and shrewdness in carrying out such
an undertaking.     Now that more
light has been thrown on the subject the people seo the risk they
ran from strangers getting control
of those lunds, who would of necessity havo been compelled to opon
up mines at a distanco from Nanai-
■nio and thus depreciate the value
I of property and lessen thc chances
for work in this city nnd adjacent
districts.    True it is that in doing
this  Mr.  Dunsmuir protected his
own interests, but thut protection
extended to  the Vancouver Coul
JL Company and overy owner of prop-
fa1 erty in Nnnuinio city nnd district.
V' Wo publish au outline of his speech
r in tliis issuo and our renders can
•   therefore seo tho explanation given
£  and form their own conclusions.—
£ Nnnaimo Free Press.
For some time past the Fair
V Traders and otlicr advocates of
I protection have hade the British
L farmer compare his own bad for-
fi tune with that of the agriculturists
I, of tho United States, whose pro-
i ducts uro admitted duty free, and
Bjwho prospor under protection. Free
R'trnders have all along replied—lirst,
j' thnt tho farmers of the United
[i States woro seconded by oxtraordi-
linnry natural advantages which tho
y English farmer lacked; und next,
r that, even with these, tho dny must
.' como when the American farmer,
. saddled witli tho heavy duties lovied
! on imported goods in the interest of
.■ the maunufneturor, must give wuy
in tho race, and find himself being
gradually edged out of the European
markets. This is now coming to
puss, and a good deal sooner than
most people expected. An interesting consular report, hy Sir Sackville West, states that the imports
and exports of the United States
for 1886 show a decrease of twenty
millions sterling upon the shipping
trado of the previous year. This
fulling off is due, not so much to
the drop in agricultural prices as to
tho diversion of the trade in bread-
stuffs into new channels. India is
as surely superseding Amerioa as
the granary of the world as America
supplanted Russia. At the same
time, Egypt is gradually depriving
the Southern planter bt hit monopoly in cotton. Five or six million
aeres in Egppt are under cotton til-
lage, and India is also a contributor to this market as -well as that
for oom. Freo from the trammels
of a protective tariff whioh unnaturally increases the price of machinery and forces up wages, the Indian
ryots and Egyptian fellahs nre beating the Americans in their own
market, and . before our transatlantic kinsmen have fully woke up to
the advantages of free trade, we
may see such a diversion of trade
from the west to tho cast as will
astonish superficial observers, but
which cannot ! fail to benefit the
whole world, and first und chiefly
the countries which were wise
enough early to perceive the folly
of protection, and had courage
enough to disregard the prophets
of evil who sought to make them
retrace their steps.—London Times
mid Echo.
Against Secret societies.
t\ Mclean, st. n.
Office anil Residence:—Occident Hotel,
JiUlotc New Westminster, a C,
H.
If. COOPER, B. A.,H. D.,
PHYSICIAN & BURGEON.
OFFIOE and RESIDKNCK-Cbnrch St.
(next iloor to Farmers! Home), nenr
Columbia St., Now Westminster, ao.
OFFICE HOtJHS-8tril0n,ln.; ItoSnml
fl.*)to8 n.m. Cnlls In town nnt) country promptly attention to. fejite
TVKS. GARROW * MALI.,
rkyalelMU, Imraeona at AcramOears.
omen & ItFJunuNcij-Coliiiuljlii Street,
cor. Churoh.
, N. B.-W11I vlalt Chllllwhaolt once a
fortnight.
J. Garbow, M.D.
T. SvjtvitsTEB Hall, M.D., L.B.A,
. jjjjjc
T\H. P. WELSH.
DENTIST,
Colonlnl Hotel,
New Westminster, 1). C. apjttto
c.
i C. BROWN,
DENTIST.
On-MOic-Over D. a Curtis & Co.'s Drug
Btore, Columbia St., New Westminster.
Hours*-9 to 12; -1:80 to 7.
Will visit Chilliwhack thoflrst Monday
and two following days In eaoh month.
Teeth pftlnlenl}-extracted.    aul2
Ottawa, .Tunein.—Decreea of the
council of tho Roman Catholic church,
recently hold at Quebec, having boon
cabled to Homo and mot with the approval of the Popo, Cardinal Toach-
oreitu hits issued a pastoral letter containing them, which will shortly be
road in thi) churches of the diocese.
The following quotation ia from this
letter:--
"The cosmopolitan character of secret societies, and that of tho Knighta
of Labor in particular, necessarily exposes many of tlieir members to execute the orders of a council residing in
a foreign country, whioh council at a
givon time may nut only have interests
nt variance with those of the government to which itn members owe allegiance, nnd may even be at war with
God. For theso and other reasons the
church could nut consistently tolerate
tho organization or approve of the
means resorted to in order to attain
thu dusirod end.
"The council also deemed it prudent,
in the interest of the church and
Christianity, to consider the secret
nima of the promoters of Freemasonry,
and to warn tho adherents ot the Catholic church against joining such organizations, and especially thu Knights of
Labor, on tho pain of excommunication,"
In another section of the pastoral
letter is contained a quotation from
Leo Foxill, of France, who was a prominent member of the Masons of old
France till last summer. He thinks
Masonry is a gro'tesime imitation of
Catholicism, and has its rites, but its
promoters dosiro to have their own
cer« monies apart from the teachings of
the priests of Ond, and desire to extinguish nnd put out of existence the
teachings uf the Catholic faith.
rjOKBOtll.D, MM Oil a ATKINSON,
BARRISTERS,
SOLICITORS, ETC.
Offlee, MckenzloStreet, New Westminster,
and Granville, B. C. delMo
0REMI1!
Misses. Mcelroy a kitz hknry
wish lo Inform lhe Ladies of Xew
Weatmlnater that they have niicned a
■Vets-Making Establishment
-AT-
TRAPP UltO'M NTOIIK, COM HUM ST.
Where thoy will Ito ]irepnreil to execute
any orders entrusted to thom In the Intest
styles and with all possible despatch;
NewWeatminster.Oct.tlih, ism.   01-710
HACK FOR HIRE.
mHE UNDERSIGNKD luifl osl-ibltsliMl
•■■ himself In tho City of New Westminster With a FIRST-CLASS
COVERED CARRIAGE,
Wlitrh Is open for Knitng--iiii>ut* nt
very moilrrale t'huraen.  .
Orders left at the Colonial Hotel or sent
by telephone, will bo promptly attended
to day or night.  Stnble next H. Elliott's.
m ,    , JOS. CATES.
Telephono No. 8ft. mylte
m   NORMAN BOLE,
BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
LandAgent. Money to Loan,
Columbia Street,
se2tc New Weatmlnater, B.C.
A    R. HOWSE,
A, Formerly Howse, Hill tt Rlckman,
bogs to announce that he will resume business as
nmrreyor, Keal Estate BraMr and
Conveyancer
On and after the 21st Instant office. New
Caledonia Hotel, Murray St., Port Moody.
________ «e-8te
JOHN PENBERTIIY,
MINING AND LAND SURVEYOR,
ACCOUNTANT nnd
GENERAL AGENCY OFFICE,
Maps and Drawings nealy executed.
Hastings Mli-wI, Van •-•■irr, B.t*.
fp  J. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columblastreet New Wsstmlnster
Britisli Politics.
London, Juno -iU.—Lord Randolph
Churchill opened his campaign at Pad*
dington to-night in a two hours' speech.
Tho Iinll.wns crowded with au enthusiastic audience. Lord. Randolph defended
his election address, which has beeu so
much criticized. Every word of it, ho
said, was gospel truth. He sat down to
write with a resolution to tell tho truth
and shame tho devil. Mr. Gladstone's
sehome, he continued, placed Uie government in the hands of the Catholic
Celtic peasantry, under tiio control of
Ainci-iuan adventurers aud an unscrupulous fanatical priesthood. He had nothing to say to the American dynamite and
dagger faction, but thoy offer old England a challenge. Our prisons are largo
ami rope is cheap, and we hive plenty
of amateur hangmen, ho declared, and
for the first victim of dynamite or the
dagger we have scores of avengera.
When the lirst Englishman falls the
lives and porsons of dynamiters, and
their allies, will ho placed in the mercy
" jBw-
Ho
present struggle was a struggle
of the Uritish and Irish democracies
against the class of landlords, it had
not been aud could not bo denied, he
continued, that Lord Carnarvon agreed
with hint as to tho main lino ur whieh
autonomy should he granted to Ireland;
but all that was tho matter with Lord
Carnarvon was that lie could not agree
to the adoption of Mr. Gladstone's bill,
which nobodv denied. Parnell did not
desire to make any further disclosures,
Alt commissions will receive prompt
and careful attention. Best refereates
given when required. mh!2-tc
J. 0. HUGHES,
Heal  KsUte Broker, Auctioneer,
ConTejanclns, etc
Opiusllo Post Office,     New Westminster.
Will shortly open nn man at Vancouver, Coal Hnrbor.
Correspondence solicited. noSSte
AUSTIN BRIGE,
Carpenter & Builder
Finns and Bpcclllciillons Tor oil
kinds of Buildings carefully Prepared.
JOBBING NEATLY AND CAREFULLY EXECUTED.
All owlerfl left at Occident Hotel, or ut
the shop of VV. Johnson, Columbia street,
will receive prompt attention. Yonr favor soliclteil. je9tc
RYDER & GIBSON,
PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS
HOPE,B.C
ITAVINU JUST OPKNBPa Urst-cliis*
s-s. Hincksmllh Shop ul Jlope.lhc 1111-
tlcrs 1-,'ncil lit,-; to -solicit n Hharo of public
patronage.
All work ontriisteU to them will be done
In first-class stylo, iind nl lowost current
\  GEO. A. NEWMAN,
ARTIST TAILOR
Formerly tmpln-ml by A. Great
A nom, Victoria.)
HAS OPENED AX ESTABUSHMENT
*>;i Mis own account, In the Oity of
New Weistminuter, nml him no connection
whatever with hl« former employers, A.
Gregg A Son.  Persons wishing
GARMENTS OF ANV KIND
fln-le up fn the Latest Styles and In m
i-lMMInis umuurr
Should cull on OEO. A. NEWMAN,
lmyUm      At UoldsUme's, Frontstreet,
J.A.CAWLEY&CO.
HAVING PURCHASED THK
Shingle Mill „„„
Pauip Factory
Ai popcum, are prepared io execute all
Onlcrs promptly unil lo llic sails/notion
of tjiolr customers.
All kinds or Tl u\l.vi; none lo onler.
1. A. CAWLEY * CO.
Wc POPCUM, B. 0.
TURNER, BEETON & 00.
MERCHANTS,
WHABP STBEET - VICTORIA.
•A.GJH27TS   JFOJR
Norlh British and Mercantile
insnrance t'o. for Mainland.
H.C.
BEETON & CO.,
80 Flnsliury Circus,
London, K. C.
WALSH
The Ml Tailor
Columbia St.> Jfcw Westminster.
ITAVING JUST RECEIVEDOUR NEW
-tt spring Stoek, we Invito Inspectlonof
the finest t-eleetlon of
KnKllnb, Scetebf -Ktraian- Freaeb,
anil Anicrlran
SB^SUITINGSI
Ever shown In New Westminster. We
have secured tho sen-Ices of MB. HUGH
O'HAGAN,tt practical Cutterwho has hod
long experience In London, Purls.and the
leading easUsrn cities, and for ti GOOD PIT
and nrtlstlc stylo we defy competition,
i>**-2Utc THOR WALSH.
VV. D. FERRIS,
UlOi BOOSE ui 6ENBUL IM
Bent and Debt Collector.
SKVKRAL 800D FABUS FOR SAH.
Aleut rer the Truvnnni Lirr. nn4
ll.Mn.rd, cm,
OFKICEi-Ferrli Slreet, Now Westmlnsler. 'Mte
ol an angry unit outraged poople.
neii spoke to-night at Plymouth,
saill tfie 1
lint lie thought it vory prolinlilo that
1-oril Carnarvon's scheme Incluilcd tho
retention of the Irish members in tne
house of commons. Lord Carnarvon fer
six months hail nrgeil the adoption of
Ills views unil the cabinet had not opposed thein seriously.
Maitoiiektrii, Jnno UO. — HUilstono
this morning appeared to he much exhausted as a result ol yesterday's strain
upon his powers. His voice was hoarse,
hut his spirits seemed as strong as ever.
He received a delegation of Liberals
from frwlll ami spoke lu response to tlieir
address, He aaid among other things—
there li to.ilay but one discontented
province in tho whole British empire,
nnd that tirovlnce.is Iroland. It is time
for Kngllshman to eml tills disgrace.
Aftor this Olnilstone paid a visit to the
mayor of Manchester and subsequently
took the train for Liverpool.
"The Cruise ot Her Majosly'i Ship
Ilacciiriiili., 18711-1882," compiled from
tho prirate journal, letters and notebooks of Prinoe Albert Victor and
Prince Oeiirge, of Wales, was issued in
IjoiicIc.ii by tho Mueiiiillana Wednesday.
I'ho suns nf llio Prinoo nf Wales iiavti
sorioil tfioir apprenticeship as uiiililiip-
muii, ninl in il,,. book give tlieir experiences in 11 cruise around Ihe world.
M-taSUIs
LAND SURVEYORS,
Keal Estate, Insurance and
foninilsslon Agent!*.
FIK, UR, MCI-MT ft MUIIIC INtlltUNOE
COLUMBIA STRKET,
TolopllonoSU. VtJ'V mjHTIIIYHTtJI.
        rlolOto
PITT &  CO.,
Real Estate, Mining
AND MONEY BROKERS,
-ANIV-
General Commission Ag'ts
VANCOUVER, B. C.
LOANS NEGOTIATED.
-pinto
H. KELLS,
Mnn n fad it rer A Importer of
BOOTS   AND
_SHOES
LadlfV, flcttUV MImW nnd i li'ldmr-
Boot*., 8hoe» and tinlter*
Mnde to Order itml Kept on nand.
COLUMBIA STREET, ~ 0PP. HYACK HALL
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
 mil-He
STEAMER
"GLADYS"
CHANGE OF TIME,
TTNTIL FURTHER NOTICE WILL
U leave Ewen A Co.'.s wharf at 7 a. m.
MONDAYforCHILLIWHACK nml Way
Placed,returntngon Tuewlny. Will goto
GRANVILLE and return nn WEDNESDAY. Leave at 7 n. ni. THURSDAY for
HOPE and Way Places, returning on Saturday.
Through conneetlon with the 'TEASER'
to and from Victoria.
For Freight or Passngc, apply on hoard
orto
MR. DRAPER,
opatc On the Wharf.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'V.
I Old Broad St. and 10 Pall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES & OTHER
Buildings. Gooda, Wares. Memlian-
dii-e, Manufacturing and Farming Stock-
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessela; also, Ships buUd*
ing aud repairing, Barges and oilier Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, uid
Good3 on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland aud in Foreign
Countries,
FKOM LOSS OR DAMAGE BT FIRM.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
•61,600,000 8TG.
Rates of Premium and every information can bo obtained on application to
W. J. ARMSTRONS,
Ageut for New Weitminiter.
No Moderation!
No Botheration!
F. KIMBLE,
CIT-ST
MerdPrctaUr
Sunnyside Hotel,
GKANVILLE, B. 0.
II. IIKMIU-V,
PBOrSIKTOI.
COTTAGE TO RENT
N A PLEASANT PART OF THK OITY.
WOODiSJVcTRNEB * GAMBIA
FOR SALE:
ACRKS-IMPROVED  FARM.-
KasyTerms.  Applyto
W. 0. MCDOUOALL,
JiilJJlu Elgin P. 0.
440
House to Rent.
/COMFORTABLE DWELLING, Queen's
JU Avenue; contains 7. rooms, vrfth (
_  Avenue; contains 7 rooms, vrfth out*
houses. Ae.  Apply on the premises.
MB& WAHREN DrBECK.
Mttun, a
nume
J. G. BUNTE,
Importer (ind Denier in
Spring, Hair, Wool uud Straw
Maltress-sa to Order.
BliinlcetK. Chamber Sets, Window Shades,
Oil Cloths, Matting, Wnll I'uper,
BusKets, Bird Chkcs, Flower Tots.
Huuj-lng Baskets, Pictures,
Frames, Brackets,
Baby Carriages, etc.
Plf tares mined and Repairing doae
Io order.  Also,
Undertaking; Embalming a specialty.
Please give us a call before purchasing
elsewhere. j. o. BUNTK,
Opposite Pout Offlce, Columblu Street,
«P»tc New Wenlminster.
-ROYAL CITY-
SPENCE'S  BRIDGE, B. 0.
WE BICG TO INFOBM VOU THAT
wo Imve leased tho Morton House
at Spence's Bridge from Mr. Murray and
thut it Is newly tilted up und comfortably
furnished. We would respectfully solicit
your patronage and we promise If yon
will fuvor us with It to do nl! we can to
satisfy you in every respeot. Mra. Held,
who has had much experience, will attend to the culinary depnrtmont.
We remain, youn respectfully,
Jctfsmff REID A 'X-EYY.
COME AND SEE I
W. H. HOLOEN,
HAVING TAKEN POSSESSION OC
SK ille "Temperance House,"fronting
on OolnmbUnnil Church streets,onpwlle
the Episcopal church, anil now known
as the
FARMERS' HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling publio
at the following rules:
Board per dny	
Store to Let*
rpHE STORE NOW OCCUPIED BY Q.
J. leiser, opposite the Colonlnl Hotel,
Splendid location for a dry goods store,
PoKKCfHlon given on or about August next.
Enquire at the premises. lOinyaiii
Oxen for Sale.
A YOKE OP LAROE OXEN, WOULD
make good lenders foru logging team.
Apply lo        JAMES BANGS.
New Westminster, Nor. 12,1885.
 nol'tc
FOR  SALE.
W^.OT^tt.nWr:
gooil onler.   Kiirpnrtloulursannlvon tbo
premises lo _. WEST
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JACKSON,
aplStc 4 HELMOKEN, Victoria.
.9 00
.    JtS
25
KSkGuoiI accommodation for adlesand
families. myOto
TEMPERANCE
RESTAURANT
Cor. Mary and Columbia Sts.
llf ISS KUMERV HAS OPENED A
ITI ilrst*clan.s Boarding House und Ron-
tuurnntln the premises formerly occupied
by Mr. W. H. Keary.
Boarders taken by the day or week, and
putroiiKoftbe houBe secure all the comforts of a home.
Meals served at alt reasonable hours.
Hot eiifTec and light refresh ments.  Free
readin-* room  attached.    Miss Rumery
personally superintends tlie cooking.
TERMS MODERATE.
 mhl7te
THE
FURNITURE
W. PROTHERO & GO.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
ALL KINDS OP FURNITURE.
REMOVED
•"■f-Toshop lately ocoupiod by Mr. Dflrcy,
Columbia Slr-i-i
Cull nnd <■ mi mine our si,   it nud prices
before buy hip.   We can't lie | \|u:itHOM»
Inthoclty.   llcpnfrlnf-of nil kinds m-iitlv
e. W. ritOTHKHO A CO.
Port Hammond Nursery!
XTOW IS THE TIMK TO HEND IN
ll your ordurs, If yon want Nome of
those nieo fruit or ornnni**ntal troes,
shrubs, etc., fiom Ontario. As t return
about the middle nf .Inne to -x-ttte up mv
ittTuJi--jllt--ittiH.it nnm-out this full with
(he stook for my mirHpry here, nnd will
select nnd brim* your orders rl-dit nlouj-
wlth me for HiIk fall and next sprlm-'*
planting, I will snt|nfy all both as to qua*
lily of trees nnd fruit, and I will he scttle-l
here In the business ko you will know
where tu tind me. All conimniil-'atlon.**
ftftor tho middle of .tune may be addressed
to me at Bowmanville,Out.,or to Curk'lon
A Harris, Tort Hammond.
O.W. HENHY,
myZHc Tort Hammond P.O.
ax**?—?—
JACKSON'S
Navy Tobacco.
We enll the attention of consumers to
tho superior chewing qualities of this most
excellent Tobacco. Humpies will be sent
free hy applying lo l„ A K, W«T*MM<
UK, rm and AM rroM direel, Um Wwrnm-
else*, Cal., Holp Agents for Piiclfle Cout.
The goats ure for snlo by all the prinoipal Jobbers In British Columbia.
WEBB'S
Everybody says they
are poor, but I have
grown rich by keeping the best articles
in my line, and not
having- two prices but
treating all alike.
"Ver* Small Front* nnd Quirk
Returns," In iiij motto.
GUNS,
Rifles, Revolvers, Ammunition, Fishing
Tackle, ami ull other sporting goods.
A full line of
BAR FIXINGS,
Including Tumblers, Fnncy Dccnnters,
Cards, Dice, Poker Chips; n large
assortment of
CUTLERY, YANKEE   NOTIONS,
And nil other Fiiney floods.
I'lpes, Tobacco and Cigars, nml oilier
temperance Mas from a needle lo nn mi-
ehor, too mention  to  ntimcrous, all of
Whioh can be inspected at the
HOLE IN THE WALL,
Columblu Htrect, New Wcslmlnslpr, H. C.
np-lfe
W.E. AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
Gsflsral llsnlulin!
A large Assortment of
DRY GOODS
-AND-
GROCERIES
AI-WAVS ON HAND.
KCay and Feed.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
MOOD AMI COAL DEUVEUD TO
ANY PART OF THK CITV.
We run two stages dally,exceptSuuduys,
lo Port Moody, currying H.M.S. malls.
As no liquor or tobacco Is used we oan by
temperate Imlilts and careful economy
serve the publie nt especially low rates.
seUuto
F. CRAKE,
COMPANY, LIMITED,
Richard  Street,
Wl \WMill 8, t,
MANUPACTUREBS AND DEALERS
JN ALL KINDS OF
MUM AND DRESSED
I
PRACTICAL
JEWELER,
COLUMBIA STRfET.     NEW WESTMINSTES.
U|i|.inllr < iiiiiilii.hniii ,| ,Vs.
SIM'IIF TIIE BIG \\m\\,
»»-|.ATK MANAGER FOR SAVAOE *
l.'YMAN, MONTREAL.
Vlironomolon, Remittri, Ckroso*
liraplion, ud all line Vilck
roimln* a Spr-lill*-.
A N V ONE HAVINO WATCHES wlilcli
JX lmvo licra Injiiral by liioomiiclcnl
•JJ—?}} ro.?J?..ISr* "IV* bn "lla.8 «ll'nl i° new
Jlrolll, JEWELRYolnll kindsmurleanil
ii'lirrlml. All work w»rr«iilod| oMr-os
iiiiiilcrnlo. Esllmntcsglvcn fmrolcliure.
*ft-5=>«'H.TBAM, KUIIIK, ud mtrr
•T**D*    ttuttm hm j-welry rkniwr
Ihnn Sll J olkrr kim«t l> B. ,..
LADIES' SOLID 12 CARAT OOLD AM-
EHIUAN STEM WINDING WATOHIB.
iipciiiulii Uiiiokoopors.USj iiniiiil prlop, SS
    ileffto
Election Notice.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hist I
17I liiivn iimmlntal Clinrles G. Major, nl
lliu Clly of Now Wrslmlnstor, mv numit
iltnortlliigto Iho nct.for llionpliroscliltiK
LMSR
Shingles,
Shakes,
Laths,
Pickets,
SUM BOXES,
Net Floats, Trays
AND ALL KINDS OP
Wood Furnishing for
Canneries,
Doors,
Windows,
Blinds.
Frames,
niouldinirs.
Brackets,
Railings.
Balusters.
Newels,
Plain * Fnncy * ill Kinds or
TUKNED    WORK.
(s>6to)
HASTINGS, B. I.
11HIS PINE AND COMMODIOUS
new Hotel haa been recently completed and ia furnished with every convenience for the comfort of guests. Tht
situation and acootrunodationa are unaor-
paused on Burrard Inlet, whioh haa be*
oome the moat faaliionable
WATERING PLACE
in British Columbia Tho prospect is
charming, the sea breeze* are invigorating, and the facilities for bathing and
boatini* an excellent. Private Sitting
and Dining Rooms. Suites of apartments for families or parties. The Bar
is entirely tietatched from th. main
building.
First-class stabling and feed for Horses. Busses to and from New Westminster twice a day.
Farms for Sale
ON NORTH ABM OF CBASEB RIVER.
The unilerMfgned oners for sale partially improve-! farms of the followlnislaes:
60 aores, 80 acres, IW acres, 296 acres.
For terms, ele., apply to
wm. h. Rowling;
">!"o KoitUArm.
4
BOAT FOR SALE.
WELL-BUILT BOAT, abont 8 Tons.
rowlocKl, rudoTer, ropes, Ac-nil fn gootl
order. ar-TOan be had cheap.
Applyto                    CO. MAJOR.
 Jn-|o	
Farm for Sale!
rnHREE HtTNDRBD AND TWENTY
X Acres In Township Two, Good for a
stocii form. Kreah water Blreum running
thronaii centre of farm. Partly prairie
and alder.  Good lojr house.
For terms, Ac, apply to
,      WOODS, TURNER A GAMBLE.
New Weat,, B. C, 20th May, 1B66.   mSm3
For Sale or To Rent.
fflHE UNDERSIGNED offers a Farm for
A tot sale or rent. Also, Milch Cows
and young Cattle, Hogs, and a few young
Hones. There are several pairs of good
steers that would make excellent working
oxen.  Also, one of the largest end best
Bulls In the province.
rery gentle,
M. NI0H0T-90N,
mhatc Mount Lehman P.O.
FOR_SALE.
THAT DELIGHTFUL RESIDENCE ON
Lot 7, situated on Provost atweL between Mary and McKenzie streets, now
in the occupation of CupUtraiit: r-untflliis
6 roomH with usual -itni-eR.
Valuable City Lot*.
Farms near Pity.
Farms on Pitt Meadnwit.
Farms on Mud Bay.
80 acres of Land at Whonoek Rallwny
Station.
M acres of valuable.Land _ inileR -from
City on Hastlngi* Honrt; 1800 cords of Cedar could be cut.
Apply lo
CAPT. PITTENDRIGH,
Je23tc     Land Agenl.New Westminster.
QEO.
jy28tc
BLACK,
Proprietor.
fflmy!
Notice to Persons in Search
of Farms.
rpHE TOWNSHIP OF SURREY CON-
1   tains several Farms whicli   ara for
The land Isof excellent qualitv—*m
v-ry hest In the proylnee.   The keeve
-the
ntid Counoil are most anxious tf> secure
ilt-sirnblt- Kodlow. Application to them
will receive prompt nttentlon. The roads
In the township aro Rood, and tliere ore
churohos, bcIiooIs, am) » town ball.
TH08. SHANNON, Reeve,
,   - m.    Clover Valley P.O.
H. T. THHUT, Cleric,
.H.J2.*-* Hall's Prairie P. 0.
Notice to the Public.
TAMKS MORRISON who has li i for
0 flfteon yenrs niiRiiReil In the l.*Ity of
New \VentmiUHlor ns (.'onveyaiiecr, linnd
and General Ajrent, Auctioneer nml Collector of Itent-t, Debts, Ac., has removed In
Viuieouverfllv. HohiislmdooiiRlilprablc
prncllcetn tho County antl Police Coiirtu;
and as his churt-es were always moderate
he hopes fora eonllnuaneeof puhlfo confidence. His offices are over Mr. Wilson's
store, Vanoouvcr City.
Vancouver Oily, 4th Mareh, 18#fl,
mhfllo
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Furnishes all Kinds or Help
Free or Charge.
OM BUSINESS AMY,
DO VOU WANT TO BUY OR 8FLL A
Hhmiii'ns, laken partner, etc,
PICKERING ft GO.
OFKICK: Fort Street, between Douglas
nnd Brougllton, VICTORIA, H.C. P.O.
box il-'M. mli27
FORSALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
3 MILES FROM LADNER'S
Landine, on the Trunk Wai-on
Road; two older roads runmnfclhrough
the premises.  Apply to
deJKtc
E. A. WADHAMS,
Ladner's Landin*r,B.C.
.P-or Setle!
(ON EASY TERMS)
0 spin of Work Horses,
10 Cor Soles,
6 Tub Miles,
4 So-Idle Horses,
i joke Work Oieo,
1 Corrloge Teoro,
1 flooo Ir good order,
I Do-op Corts wltk Iroo Ailes,
A anker or aerond-kond Wheel
Borrows,
1 Bockere Mower (new),
1 Ilkleo lloj Kike.
For imrllciilnrs n|iply to
t. ir; TRAPP,
niy'Dti: Auctioneer, it, W.
K8TABM8HKD 1839.
  •
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Keirl) Opposite tke Coloilol Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THK LARGEST AND u CHOICEST
assoi-tnieiit of all ilesor||i*Jon, of
MEATS AND VEfiETABLES
Constantly on hud, and .upplleil to Fam.
111m, Restaumiit,, and Steamboat, at th.
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRI0I8.
Bverj Man lo Ills own Business
-A..   PEELE.
PRACTICAL
CHEMiSTA DRUGGIST,
OOLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP. COLOSIAL Borau,
NEW WESTMINSTEK,  B. C.
Ph-iltlaos' Preserlptloos ood Fass-
lljr Reelpes o Specialty.
N. B. — Only Genuine Drag, nnd.
Over twenty vear,' experience,    mrta
New Westmlngter.Coal Hsrkor
ond Seattle Rome.
J_*-^_ THESTKAMBB
«EVAHGEL
(J. W. TABTE, MMter.)
-|1*ILJ*. LEAVE SEATTLE EVERY
"   »..,., ■>ralM .11 (*riwk, for
Sew Westminster nnd Coal Harbor, via
Port Townsend and the Islands; arrive, at
Now Westminster on TttMday forenoon,
leaves (or Coal Harbor abont lour houn
afterward,! leaves COAL HARBOR Tne,-
Oaf IIKIll for Seattle.
tm, to Seattle, |4.M
rmlckt oertoa  «.M
Bpecial ratos to merelmnln.       nplOlc
FAIR WARNING.
LL ACCOUNTS PUB THE UNDER.
slineii must lie paid on or before the
ntJi£! I-™ !£ »-;*ti,«h,«wls. they will b.
Piaosdln the hand, of Beolljotor,
MMtd
TOON. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Teacher Wanted John Armstrong
Change of Business. .Irving AStrahaii
Furniture Peebles & Heckley
Fruits G.3. Kobson
City Election W. D. Ferns
the gtritish Columbian.
HaltmUy Horulim, July 3, IH8U.
■,——M-—^—- -~SS I "--g
In ita last issue our local cotemporary repeatp the silly statement
that the provincial secretary is now
a Victorian, and adds that lie has
been Belling his lots in New Westminster city and district as rapidly
as he can. "We iu*e authorized by
the provincial secretary to say tlint
it is absolutely untrue that he has
leen disposing of liis property hero.
Since he entered the government he
has sold no property, and now owns
a considerable amount both in the
eity and district. This is another
campaign lib for the organ.
At the provinoial secretary's
meeting at Vancouver, on Wcdnes
day last, Mr. Powers, a disappointed
land speculator, asserted that the
land scrip issued in payment for tho
Eagle Pass wagon road could be
applied on the choicest land in any
part of the province. Tlie provincial secretary denied this, and stated
that the application of thc scrip was
restricted to certain districts j but
Mr. Powers reiterated bis statement.
By reference to the Act, it will be
found lhat the provincial secretary
was quite correct, and that the scrip
can only be applied on lands in Yale
and Kootenay districts. It is to be
regretted that the opposition people
so often fly in the face of truth.
The task of correcting their misrepresentations seems to grow as the
campaign progresses.
The Somas Dyke.
One of the points in the famous
opposition poster for this district is
the Sumas dyking scheme, and this
is the only point we missed in Wed
nesday's issue. The bald charge is
laid againBt the present government
that "They passed the Sumas dyking act." In the lirst place tbis is
false, just as every other paragraph
in the poster is false. The Sumas
dyking act was passed in 1878, under the Elliott administration, ahd
the present government is no more
responsible for it than the men who
issued the poster—and not so much.
Mr. McGillivray's name appears on
the opposition poster, and he, therefore, become* responsible for it. lie-
sides, we aro told th'iil 'life has been-
endeavoring at his meetings to make
capital against the government on
the ground of the Sumas dyking
arrangement Of aU men Mr. McGillivray ought to let sleeping dogs
alone. It was his influence and
recommendation that enabled Mr.
Derby to undertake the work and
carry it through! Mr. McGillivray
does not deal with this question
honestly-—indeed, . there is not a
single indictment on the opposition
manifesto tliat is either honest or
true. .   . -   ■
Peace Kiver Lands.
"They' gave away 3-} millions of
acres in Peace Kiver whieh is lopped
off this province forever, and over
which we have no more control than
we have over the-land of Ontario."
This is from the last issue of the
Guardian, and is a fair sample of
the stock-in-trade of the opposition.
We have already pointed out that
the Pence River lands were given
in Heu of lands that were bad or
had been alienated in the railway
belt, and the justice of this arrangement was admitted by the govern-
ment of Mr. Beaven. But it is
utterly childish to say that these
lands are "lopped off" this province
or pass beyond our control. The
boundaries of the province are not
being changed. The lands will remain a part of British Oolumbia ;
our laws will prevail the same as
ever; and these lands must pay
taxes' into the provincial treasury
the same ns any other provincial
lands. The only change that takes
place is tliat the federal government
takes the proceeds of the sale of
these lands; but these proceeds will
probably not pay the cost of the
necessary surveys1 British Colun^
bia by this Arrangement avoids the
expense of surveying and selling the
lands, hut controls and taxes them
just the same.
The Provincial Capital.
Among many -untruthful assertions wade by the opposition organ
in this city on Wednesday was ono
to tbe effect that if the present gov
eminent is sustained one of the first
acts of the new house will be to
sanction a large expenditure on new
parliament buildings at Victoria so
that tbe capital will remain permanently them We need hardly say
that this statement has no foundation in fact. If the seat of govern-
ment wen   permanently fixed at
•"•-a—1_  am.-, u __-__*-  WnWAinaa ara I
sufficient to meet the requirements
of the country for many years to
come, unci such an expenditure now
would be entirely premature. But
no ono believes that the capital will
remain at Victoria, and in view of
that fact there could be no possible
justification for spending any large
sum on the parliament buildings.
Mr. Robson holds, and has always
held, that the capital should be on
the mainland, and that it will
eventually come hither; and he has
never hesitated, aud will not hesitate, to express and stand by liis
opinions when the time for action
has anived. When the question of
fixing tin; seat of government permanently comes to be disposed of it
will be fortunate for the mainland,
and for this district in particular, if
so staunch and able an advocate of
our interests o-jcupics a place in the
house and iu thc cabinet.
To the City Electors.
On Wednesday next it will bu decided who shall represent this city in
llm next parliament, and the decision
rests entirely with tho eiij -.•lectors.
It may be tu many a matt or of comparative indifference which of the two
candidates goes to the houst-, but no
person ought to vote nr abstain from
voting without having tirst carefully
considered the questions involved m
this contest. IF we regard the num
with indifference, we ought nnt t-- regard lightly the principles involved
or the consequences that may result
from foolishly following a line of action
which our judgment could not approve.
It has been Bhown very clearly that
every cry put forward by the candidates now running in opposition to the
government is a misrepresentation uf
fact. But these subterfuges have been
spread over the country so limn and su
persistently that some persons to whom
the faota were unknown may have been
deceived. After the discussion and
exposures already mado, we ask any
voter to point out one bf the thirteen
articles of the opposition 'campaign
poster that haB not been fairly met.
If it be true, then, that there is really
no substantial ground upon which to
base a serious charge against the government, the opposition programme
collapses; for that programme docs not
offer a policy that may bo accepted in
lieu of the policy now prevailing, but
rests the hope of the party upon the
chances of successfully poisoning (hu
minds of the electors ngainst the administration. Those who are now
clamoring for office have nothing positive or substantial to offer us, while the
administration they seek to defeat has
a record whieh we think every unprejudiced person will Bay compares must
favorably with that of any of its predecessors. It has certainly removed
some of the most serious grievances
under which the country was laboring.
It haB disposed of the dry-dock un
terms most favorable to the province;
it has arranged for tho disposal of the
railway lands at tho same prices as are
charged for provincial lands, the rights
of bona tide occupants having been
protected. In this contest we have
refrained entirely from touching upon
the personal characters of the candidates, and have endeavored fairly and
honestly to discuss public questions.
On the side of the opposition a vory
different course has been pursued.
Public questions have scarcely been
discussed at all, and the bitterness of
personal lute has boen conspicuous.
The candidates for this city are both
well known to tho electors, who are
able to judge which of them may most
safely be trusted with the representation of the city's interests, * But the
contest ought not to be-decided from u
consideration of the personal character
of the candidates. There aro other
considerations which we cannot pasB
without losing sight of our public duty.
If the government's general policy has
been in the interest of the country,
and if its conduct has been such aa to
inspire confidence, it ought on these
grounds to receive support from this
city. But if we consider local interests, pure aud simple, we shall Iind
still further reasons for supporting the
government and its candidates. In
our lost issue we pointed out that there
had been expended on public works in
this ci;-- during the past '3k years $73,'
217, while the previous "government
spent only $7,051 during lhe last l\\
years of its existence. We appeal to
the mayor and the gentlemen whu have
heen members of tho city council during the past 3£ years to aay jrhether
the city hus not received most generous
treatment at the hands of the government. The corporation has made no
reasonable request that has not been
freely granted. Everybody acquainted
with tho transactions that liir-ve taken
place between the eity and the govern
ment vill admit that the.government
has done a grent deal more for Nuw
Westminster than any previous govern
ment ever did. There are still pend
ing certain matters of great Interest,
namely, the disposal ut tlTO nld gilol
site, the erection of a new linspital,
the ereotion of u now court huuse, and
the payment of the $37,500 uf railway
bonus. In view of the pant tvans-
actions and the f|U(.*fUi'.ni*> Htill unsettled, would it be wise for this oity to
elect a man who has pledged hiinaelf
to oppose the government which has
treated ub so generously and which
will have power hereafter to treat
us generously or otherwise ? Mr.
Bole hat pledged himself to the
opposition, and if he is elected in the
face of what has been done, this cily
need look for no favors frum the provincial secretary or the government.
Not long ago it foolishly and
without cause burned the provincial secretary in- effigy: if to that
insult it adds the folly of selecting an
opponent us its representative, we are
afraid the prov. sec. will no-lont/ur interest himself in our welfare. The
district is almost certain to eleut the
full government ticket, and all reports
lead to the belief that through-mi tho
firovince the government will hnve a
arge majority. Let the people of this
city consider well the step they are about
to take. Wo are entering upon a critical period of our existence. Onmmerct
is beginning to flow through new ahah-
nels, and now moro than ever this city
needs the friendly assistance of those
whu may help it to secure a.fair share
of tho prosperity that will be suro to
oome tn this province. It is nut safe
to swap horses while crossing a, stream.
■This city with a representative in opposition would stand a poor chance
against three government members
from the district nnd Vancouver: with
four govermeiit uwmboiR from tlie district and city, working iu harmony,
we should expect a great deal. Let
the electors consider well these facts.
CITY ELECTION.
MR. Vf. I>. FKRIUB INVITES THE
Electors ot Xew Westminstor City
to meet hiin ul llio SKATING KINK on
Ui-mliiy niacin nl 8 o'clock lo discuss mtb-
,1c questions. Jljml
TEACHER WANTED.
WANTED FOR MUD BAY SCHOOL,
a male Teacher holding a provincial certificate not lower thnn 2nd A. One
who has hml somo experience preferred.
Appltbntlons addressed to thounuorslgned
will be received until tlic20tli July.
jlyStd        JOHN ARMSTRONG, Sue.
Change of Business!
AS WE ARE AUOUT TO ESTABLISH
n factory in Vancouver, we beg to
llmnli our ciistouieis for iheir past pnt-
roniiKo, and us Messrs. Peebles A Heckley
have bought our trade tn New Westminster, we hope our customers will extend
toihi'in their piitniiiajie as we have ovory
oonddeiice in their ability to give untis-
jlyOinl IRVING A MTKAHAN.
PUBLIC   NOTIOE
TS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THBFOIr
I lowlrigll'nmod persons iiomlniifcd ns
Camli-Inli's for Ihe Eleelovnl District of
NewWestminster hnve withdrawn from
the I'oll to be held on the 7th day ot July,
18WI,vlz.:
IkhbSi Adam, Langley, Farmer.
Kkkt, Wim.iam, Deltu, Farmer.
New West minster, Juuo IW, 18S0.
J.   0. HUGHES,
j(*'.'nw llolnrnlng Officer.
Iu addition lo t)io nbove persons I hereby give public notice of the withdrawal
from the Poll of
Dawso.v, Hknky, Mnple Ridgo, Farmer.
J.C. HUGHES,
Returning Oflicer.
New Westminster, July 2nd, 1880.
To the Electors of the City of New
Westminister:
QENTLEMEN.-
In obedience to a largely Blgued requisition, addressed to mebymyfellow-elti-
zetiH, I have allowed myself to be nominated n candidate to represent our city In
'the legislative assembly of British Columbia.   S
Ah I have already publicly staled I am
in opposition to the present govornmont.
In as much as I consider they have not
satisfactorily discharged the trust reposed
in them by the people of this province.
I nm opposed to monopoly of all kinds,
especially in land.
Being in entlresymjmthy with the wants
nnd requirements of the workingman, as
I regard those who sustain themselves by
manual lnbor as the basis on which nil
clvlllzedlsociety Is built, every measure
calculated to advance the condition and
protect tho Interests of tho tolling masses
shall have my hearty support.
I am in favor of the restriction of Chineso Immigration.     , ,
I am opposed to reckless and lavish expenditure of tho public revenue, us Mich
a course must heavily Increase the burden
of taxation on tho taxpayer.
I think tho time has como whon we
should expect to find good ronds In other
parts of the iirovlnec ns well ns around
Victorin; and tho people of this city and
district haven right to oxpoctn grent Improvement In this direction.
The fishing, agricultural, lumber, ami
lineral resources of the province should
,.e encouraged nnd developed—more os-
poclully as the completion of the C. P. It.
must give a great Impetus to trade nod
mid largely to our population.
Tliere ure oilier mutters not strictly
wllliln the Jurisdiction of the local IckIk-
Infuro, but In respect of which au expression of opinion by (hat body might do
much gooil:
Nninoly—Thc question of mnll service
to this city, which should not lie Interfered with except to Increaso lhe proseijl
facilities, ns nny other change would be
an outrage on the oity, distriot, and province; as also the important and nocosBtiry
step of dredging lhe Eraser channel, thus
rendering New  Westminster an ocean
In oouoluslon, I beg lo sny that If returned as your representative, your Interests, which aro mine, shall be guarded
and furthered to the bestof my ability.
W. NORMAN ROLE.
New Westminster, June 24,1886.
GHAS. J. ROBSON,
Importer nml Dealer In
Fruits, Confectionery,
-AND-
FANCY BISCUITS.
Columbia Street,
njiii. Cirlirnlril IIotel.Now Westminster.
ir a Kiii'i'iul Rhus to Families pnrrhns-
ins Frnll. fur preserving.
A PJII.Ii LINE OF FANCY
Glassware and China,
Fruit Jars, and
Jelly Tumblers.
All Orders fllled promptly. .        JySto
P. PEEBLES. J. \V. HECKLEY
Peebles heckley
(NEAR MERCHANTS' SQUARE)
FURNITURE
MANUFACTURERS,
-AND—
UPHOLSTERERS
—— i '.-mi IJlj*
Spring nnd Wool Mattresses and
Bedding always 01 hand.
HAVE ON HAND THE     ,-    .
I !j;W I Ori'
1UH.1ST AMI MMT STOCK OF PffB
Mil Itl, Oft TIIK MAINLAND.
Estimates for Office nud Btore Fittings-
Vfe purpose adding Undertaking.
Jlyiltc
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870,
The S. Vt of lhe S. \_ of lot Ns. 17, BlMk
III. In lhe Mtilinrb* «r New Meat minister (Mnxonlr Cetnclery).
WHEREAS TIIE CERTIFICATE OF
mm Tide of Joslas Charles Hiif-liei..
Henry Hoy and John Hendry ITruaiepsj
to llio nbovo-mentloneil land hns been
lost or destroyed and umiUeatian hast ti
Hindi' tor a duplicate thereof;
Not lee Im therefore hereby givon of lity
Intention lo Issue u fresh C'erlllleute of
Title in lien of thnlso lost or destroyed,
unless cause be shown to ttio contrary
within one month froni tho date hereof.
11. Vf. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy ReglHtrar,
I,anri lloglstry Olliee,
Now Westminstor, BOttf Juue. im
Jo30nil
JOHNS. COX,
Je
Importer and Denier In
F^Poiltry
WHITE LEGHORNS,
IIIIIIW N UCGIIOItNS,
PI. V.MIU TII  HOCKS,
■.ANUSHAHOS,
WhlIf Created Black Pol.nd.,
Onlnc* Fowls,   Han.II Duck.
While Pekin Hock..
PH Game., natulan..
aja.BlrrlN nml Kurjs mipiilloil at low rntes,
mul ull Hlock guurtintoeil.
Royal Avenue, Eaat of Douglat 81.
inhale
Vegetable
Sicilian
HAIR
HALLS
RENEWER.
The great poiiiiliirlty of this nroparntlt
alter lis test of many years, should be i
HHHiirtmofl, even to tho most Rkej-tiful, tlmt
it Is rciillv meritorious.   Those who lmvo
used Il.v i.i/h ll a nt Hksewkk know that
itiloesiill Unit Is ellllmcil.
It causes new f-rowtli of hnir on bald
heads—provided iho hair futilities aro not
dead, whioh is seldom the rase: restores
natural color to gray or faded hair; preserves the M';d|) healthful and clear of
dandritt)'- prevents the lmlr falling off or
changing; color; keeps It soft, pliant, lustrous, and cause)) ft to crow long und
(hick.
IlAM/S IlAIll ItRNKWBlt produces its
eflects hy the heultliful influence of ils
vecotahle Ingredients, whieh Invigorate
nnd rejuvenate. It Is not a dye, nnd Is
a delightful nrticlo for toilet use. Containing no nli'ohol, it docs not eviip-
nrato quickly ami dry up ttie natural oil*
leaving the lmlr harsh und brittle, as do
other preparations. ■ ,
Buckingham'* Dye
ron thu
WHISKERS
Colors them hrown or black, as desired,
and Is the best dye, because It Is harmless;
pi (idiK-csii permanent natural color; und,
being a single preparation, Is more convenient of application than any othen
CRf-FAItEIl BT
It. P. IIAIX & CO., Nasliuu, N. H.
Sold by all Denied io Medicinal.
To lhe Electors or New Westminster District!
As I intimated through the Columiuan
tlint unless a better class of euiullilutes
presented, 1 would offer you iny services
us representative for the district In the
coming parliament—nnd, smi to suy, that
Instead of better It Ih getting worse-I
therefore offer you my services: and, to
give yon Bomo Idea of my position with
regard to the comparative merltH or demerit*! of tho Iim nud the outs, I may
briefly sny thnt tho present opposition,
when IU lender wns in power, was not iu
my opinion worthy the conttdenco of any
intelligent upright mnn, und never could
have my confidence, because It set an example for extrnvngnncc nnd selfishness
which, I regret to say, tho present admin-
Istrntlon hns nol departed from following.
In fact. It may be truly said of tho present
administration, as was often snid of the
Kings-of Israel, that "they had not departed from the sins of Jeroboam the sou
of Nebnt, which mndo Israel tosln." Hut
should you do yourselves und me tlio
honor of placing mo In n position of responsibility, I will endeavor to free yon
fiom the misrule of such governments
mid place you in n position In whieh yon
can govern yourselves. As It Is essent Inl I y
nceessnry thnt the representative for tho
citv and thoso of the district sr-ould ben
unit in the coming parliament, I Intend
to address the electors for the dlstrlet resident In the city nnd vicinity, on Tuesday
evening, 29th lnst.,nt 8 o'clock, wheu the
cnndldates for tho city may also have nn
opportunity to express themselves; anil
should ony of the sotttomenta of the district wish mo to speak to them fnce to
face, t will lie happy to meet thom at their
expense.     JAMJSB KENNEDY,
Je2l
POST BOR1FT.
Since tho Provincial Secretary's meetings in the Diatrlct, I havo had opportunities of meeting settlers from the most
prominent porta of the District nnd am
now convinced that the policy or the senior member has satisfied the majority of
most of tho seitlementa. One honest
Scotchman from Lnngley assured mc yesterday* tbat the Provincial Secretary's
arguments were Irresistible. I would
much have liked to meet you face to face
with the other candidates; but I wilt now
await the vordlct of tho electors: It will
show how many havo not bowed the kno"
to Baal-
Yours most respectfully.
i -jijjin* JAMES KENNEDY.
2lllh June, 188*3.
Alder Dale,
Surrey* Del tn,
To the Electors of New Westminster District:
Gentlemen :—
Hiving' had the honor of being elm
sen in conjunction with Messrs. McGillivray and Orr as one of the People's
Candidate's to represent this District in
the next Provinoial Parliament, I beg to
solicit your votes and influence at tlie
next election, on the 7th of July next.
I beg to state some of my views ou
the local iaaues of the day :—■
1. That I think the aotion of the present Govemment detrimental to thc host
interests of the Province.
2. Would use all endeavors to have
the lands in the railway belt opened to
settlers, and get them their titles; also,
that the Dominion assist the Provincial
Government to build roads and bridges
through said lands.
3. Amend Sumaa Dyking Act, bo as to
relieve those parties now suffering from
its injustice.
4. A liberal allowance for Public
Schools, and mako High Schools self-
supporting.
fi. Making and repairing roads and
bridges throughout thc District.
6. Give wife thc right of dower,
7. Oppose monopolies and retain tho
landjfor actual settlers.
8. Restrict Chinese immigration.
0, Consolidate Municipal Act, and old
Council retain offlce till new ono sworn in.
Being a resident of this Provinco for
over 28 years, and well known to many
ot you, and having all my interest in
this Distriot, you mav rest assured, gcn<
ttemen, should you do mo the honor to
elect me as your representative, I will
use my beat endeavors for the interest of
this Distriot and the Province at large.
It is proposed to hold meetings at ti
different polling stations, of which duo
notice will bo given, when I shall be
happy to meet you and explain my viowB
more fully.
t have the honor to bo, gentlemen,
Your obedient servant,
WM. H. LADNKIt.
LAhNKK'M LANDt.Ni;, Juno 24, 1880.
FirefFire!
TESTIMONIAL!
Vaneouttv, S8rd June, 1880.
MR. G. R0HBIIT80N,
Vancouver;
Represent Ing Qoldlw A McCulloch,
Unit, Ont,
Sin.—Wo the undersigned hnving wil-
nessod the terrible fire which wiped out of
existence the young eity of Vnncouver,
on the IJlth Inst,, hnve, nfter the tire, examined tite safes sold by you, somo of
which were put to tho most severe test
having been surrounded by largo quantities of lard and bacon, and wo are pleaaed
to testify to the remarkablo mannor In
which ovory Hnfo sold by you preserved
its contents, not only books and papers,
but alio thousands of dollars In paper
money wore taken out In perfect condition. We can, therefore,-with the greatest confidence, recommend them ns thoroughly flro proof;
Ii. A. Hamilton, for tho Canadian Pacific
Hallway Oompany: M. A. MacLean,
Mayor; John J. niake, Stipendiary Magistrate; Rloh'd. Alexander, .Tusl Ire of
the Peace; John Boultbeo, Polio© Magistrate, Clly of Voncouver; Thomas Dunn
Justice of tho Pence; Isanc Johns, Col,;
Edward E. Hand, Real Estate Ilroker;
U. Balfour, Alderman; John Rankin,
Real Estate Broker; Pither A Edson,
Roynl Hotol; H, F. Kcofor, Contrnctor,
O. P. Rt; J. W. McFnrladd, Port Moody,
to Vancouver and English Bay; Y. 0,
Innes A Co., Real Estate Brokers; A. w.
Ross. Real Estate Broker; Uravcly A
Hplnks, Real Estate Brokers; R.C. Ferguson, Mgr. It. O. P. Mills. ' JeMHfl
To (lie Electors or New Westminster District:
GENTLEMEN-
Huving tho Interests of tbe dlstrlel and
the province generally at henrt. I submitted to n convention formed by the agents
of l be opposition nominees to select three
cun ill dates from our number toeontest
tho distriot against the government, Their
decision was unfavorable to my coming
forward; I therefoio beg to Inform you
that I have retired from the field.
Thanking yon for the honor of yonr
nomination, I am, Ac,
ADAM INNER.
Now Wesl., 11.C, 23rd Juno, 1B80.       Je!M
To the Electors!
GENTLEMEN:
No ono has any nuthorlty to stato thnt I
hnve withdrawn from the contest. I do
not n-ji-ee to the No-called nomlnntlons
made by tlio so-enlled convention at
Brownvlilo. Inm still neandldate, Independent of any holo-ln-lhe-corner convention, und solicit, the voles of tho free
mul independent {'lectors uf this district,
whoso bosl Interests I shnll, If elected,
make It iny greatest pleasure to advance.
Your Obedient Servant,
UlJld WM. ISAAC.
Tu lhe Klcctom of lhe Clly of New
est ml lister:
GENTLEMEN .-
Attho rci-nestof mnny of the El-
tors I hnve consented to allow myself to
be nominated as a candidate to represent
ynu In the Provincial Legislature.
As sluled nt, the nomination I am politically Independent, aud nm not pledged
to-support any party; but I will bo pre-
parod to givo my vote In favor of nny
iiieiisiiretluit seems to me calculated to
promote the welfare of tho Provlnoo generally, nnd New Westminster in particular, no mutter f-iom wlmt source lt mny
emanate.   ,
Inm In favor of a redistribution nf seats
ami representation as funis possible according lo nopulation.
As far as possiblo I slmll endeavor If
elected to secure the equitable expenditure of the revenue throughout tbo Province, so tliat no section may bo favored
at the expense of thc others.
Restrictive mpiumrcK respecting Chineso
Immigration will have my support, as I
am of opinion that they arc noi a desirable acquisition to our community.
Inm In favor of a thorough revision of
the liquor license laws, a reduction In the
number of saloons, tho total prohibition
of the liquor trallic on Sunday, nnd thc
closing of bars at a reasonable hour on
week nights.
I shall nlso endeavor to secure more
effective legislation ngalnst gambling and
the flagrant vices which tend so much to
shook and destroy the moral sentiment of
tlie community.
As Ido not own an acre of land cither
ut Port Moody or Vancouver, and my Interests are completely Identified with
yours, I shall always be anxious to nssist in ony scheme for tho advancement of
our city.
Although not pledged to support any
partv, I am of opinion that common
gHititudo nml a proper apprehension of
the lnteresls of Ilie city suggest tlio ndvis-
nblllty of your sending tothe I-oglslotni-e
a representative who is friendly to the
present administration and not one
pledged to oppose It. Tho liberal treatment received by 1 his city from this gov-
eminent is in striking contrast with that
of lis predecessor which the opposlton
propose to restore to power.
I shall, therefore, givo tho government
nn Independent support so long ns Ils conduct and measures commend themselves to my Judgment and nlmnt the
public Interest.
I am, gentlomen,
Yonr obedient servant
W.D. FERRIS.
To Builders.
SEALED TENDERS will bo received by
the undersigned up till noon on Saturday, July 3rd, for the erection of a dwelling on Royal Avenue.
Plans nud Specifications may bo seen nt
the store ot T. R. Pearson A Co.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted,
jeffltd H. L. DeBECK.
NOTICE.
VANCOUVER
Qt'PFBHKRft BY THE FIRE desiring
fO to build ou the South side of False
Creek,
CAN   SECURE   LOT8
IN 'Mit AND Ml
WITHOUT  CASH PAYMENT.
Apply to HENRY V. EDMONDS,
JellKc Now West.
To the Electors or (lie District
of New Westminster:
GENTLEMEN.*- ttt     ,   ,
At the request of a number of friends 1
ngnln solicit your suH'ruges for re-election.
[ can only refer you to tlio votes and
proceed I ii-**- uf tlie Legislative Assembly
of this Province uf lt. ('. for the last four
sessions to prove that I '.uive always endeavored to carry out the pledges I made
to the people at last election, and my vote
will be found on the side where tho Interest of llic Province nnd District was Involved. ,    ;:
I have consistently opposed nil grants
of the public lands wlicn the province did
not derive an equivalent benefit. I gnvc
a cordial support to tho present government whon the interest of thisdlstrlct was
in stake, nnd opposed thom when, In my
judgment, tlieir measures.wmiWlflUMtell
to injure Ibe province or district-.
If elected I should oppose the present
-    ■ ml I.. ..t„\. ■ ■ -l   is .1  Is of rncin-
bers only intereMedou Vancouver Island,
tlm* ccntmllJ-lnff the control of provincial affairs In Victoria.
The exclusion of th*-C1iin«c Irani-tin*
various Industries and employment!- lu
the province will, as In the pnst.be Hiip-
poi-i'.edliv mc 	
The following measures I will endenvor
to bring Into force, viz.:
Representation by population.
Tho removal of the eapt'J'l to the mainland as soon as the revenue will permit.
Tito amendment to tlio school net In
order to make the high school self-sus-
Keform i» the administration of Justice,
wliich under tlie present system entails a
heavy expenditure of revenue that othur-
wi-e mlirht be devoted lo public roods.
The amendment of Hielnnd act In order
tliat the province may derive a revenue
from our timber lands commensurate
with their valuo.
Thc early settlement of tlie dispute botween the Dominion anil provincial governments respecting Uie ownership of the
Hnmas nndChilllwhack dyking lands and
the minerals contained In thc railway
Tlio more clearly and distinctly defining
the provincial rights guaranteed uiiderthe
"Uritish Nortii America Act,"
I am of opinion that any net passed by
the provincial legislature of a purely local
character should not bo disallowed by thc
Dominion governmtnt, but sbould bo referred hack to the legislature within a
reasonable time for amendment.
Any other measures tending toiidvunco
the Interest and prosperity of the province
or district will always receive my hearty
I renrct very much tbat on account of
nn Injury I have beon unable to visit all
parts of the district, ns mnny new settlors
have arrived since last election to whom
I nm not personally known.
Your Obedient Servant,
ten JAMEB ORR.
To the Eleetors or New Westminster District.
OENTLEMEN:
I beg to offer myself a candidate at the
coming election to represent, you In tho
Provincial Legislature.
In reference to the public questions now
hefore you, I have no hesitation In saying
that as I nm oneof tho pioneers nnd In
everv wav personally Interested In onr
prosperity aud happiness, I shnll at nil
times regard lt of first Importance to dp-
fend our rights hi sueh n way as to advance our best interests In endeavoring to
aim at the greatest amount of good for the
greatest nunilier.
I regret that the rallwny 1 anils are not as
yot thrown open for settlement, and those
M<1 tiers that nave been Induced to squat,
tine thev would in a short time be
able In obtain Miles to their holdings, have
been -ladlvdl-'appolntcdnnd consequently
therc have not been thai development and
prospciilv which otherwise would have
been If titles had been obtained; sn I
shall urge forn more acilvo and decisive
policy with Iho federal govornment with
lhe object of immediately opening up
tliese li.nds for settlement,or else lo exchange for lands In the Peace rlvcrcomitry
aud allow the railway lands to revert
back lotlie Province,
I believe that In the Interest of law and
onlor antl tire preservation or the morals,
happiness and prosperity of the Inhabitants of this 'nlrpmvInce.lhoUqiiorltcenso
laws require a thorough overhauling, und
also tliat tlie legislature should onnot a
local option law fortho majority of the
eleeUus in any electoral district to decide
whether licenses for the sale of liquors
shall lie grauled or nol. The principle
has been established and maintained In
the other provinces,the United Htatesaml
recently In ihe ndjoinlng territory by Its
legislature withontadlsBonllng voice,
Inm in favor of revising tho voters lists
and uf the redistribution of scats; nlso
subdividing some districts so as to give
more equitable representation to Ihe various Interests,
I shall urge the government and legislature to use their influence with the federal government In appropriating nsufficient sum of money annually to employ
Iho dredger In deepening, straightening
nnd removing snags or any othor obslrue-
I Ions In t he Frasor river from Its mouth as
far up ns Cheam, which I claim would
lessen tho overflow of land and also improve the channel for commercial purposes.
Our various Industries will recelvo inv
Jealous and careful attention and I will
favor the development of onr quarts* ledges by somo materlul encouragement,
1 will not bind m>self to give any stnv-
ish support t« nny men or pnrty; tin enlightened, free and liberal policy will always have my support, from whatever
source It, mny emanate.
In conclusion, If yon do me the honor
of electing men* ouo of your representatives, I will trv as far as possible, lo work
in harmony with tho ollior members you
shall elect.
If possible, I purpose visiting every polling division io discuss with you tho various questions lhat ure likely to engage
Ihe attention of thu electors, ns It Is not
possible lo enter Into general details within tho compass iif an ordinary address.
I would cordially ask every elector to
vote for me If yon can consistently doso.
Inm, Gentlemen,
Yours Respectfully.
I). Mt'OII-UVRAY.
New Store!
New Goods!
rpHE sritscitini-Mt having leased and
•** titled up the Store lutely occupied by
Mr. Froncli, ou Columbia stroot, (nearly
opposite Dickinson's moat market), begs
to Inform tlio peoplo of Now Westminster
nnd vicinity tliat ho will on Mondny, 5th
of July, opon with a well assorted stock of
fresh and pure Groceries, consisting In
part of—
100 batjs host Flour.
10 barrels Oatmeal,
10 barrels Gornmeal.
10 boxes assorted Tolmccnes.
12 boxes assorted Soaps.
(1 boxes best Lj Raisins,
12 quarter boxes do.
200 lbs currant*.
10 boxes of assorted Crackers.
10 cases of best OU.
">00 lbs Hams and Bacon,
•Sugars, in   Granulated,  Yellow C,
Standard A., and  several  other,
brands.
Teas, I have a choice lot of Congou
' and Japan; some extremely cheap
fortho quality.
Coffees, of different grades.
Canned Km its and Meats.
Buckets, Tuba, Brooms, etc.
And all articles usually found in a first*
class grocery store, which will he sold
cheap for cash.
•WWANTED at once, 000 lbs. Butter
and 100 dozen Eggs,
je,10tc     MARSHALL SINCLAIR.
Ti
Closing Out
SALE!
During the next 30
days the balance of
the stock of Clothing,
Dry Goods, Boots and
Shoes, Carpets, Oil
Clotlfe, j&c, of the undersigned must be
closed out as I intend
renting the store from
the lst day of August.
Any goods remaining
unsold after that date
will be sold by auction. In the meantime purchasers may
expect good bargains
at cost price, or even
less.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM.
Now Weitminiter, B. C.
June 22nd, 1880.        23)elm
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY.
FRESHWATER TERMINUS I
IMPORTANT
Auction Sale
-Ol'—
CITY RESERVES
-AND-
GARDENS.
a PUBLIO auction will toko place it
A   Hie Council Chambers, In the Cltyof
Now We-ttmliiHtor, on
Thursday, July 15th, 1886,
At 10 n'l'liick 111 till! fnvpllirmi, wllon the
tollowhic IiiIh will lit! niilimlttuit to public
iriiiiilH'tllliiii, III iipijiirilnticc with ''Ijiutl
Nnln Ily-Luw, 1881," nntl nlnoniliiiirlitn
tlliTi'lrr, vIZI
GOVM'NMKNT OFFICE OAKDENS.
Block A.
Lots Nos. 3, 4, 0, 8, II anil 10.
Lota Nob. 13 to 20, inclusive.
VICTORIA OARDENS-BlMk B.
Lota Noa. 3 to 7, Inclusive.
Lota Noa. 34, SB and M.
ST. PATRICK'S 8-jUAKK--Block D.
Lota Noa, 4 to 8, inoluaive.
Lota Noa. 10 to 18,   "
ALICE OARDENS-Blook E.
Lota Nos. 0, 8, 0 and 10.
CLINTON PLACE RRSERVE-lllook F
Lota Noa. 1 to 5, inclusive.'
.  Lots Nos. 33 to 311,   "
Lots Nos. 8,1) and 10.
ST. OEOROK'S SQUARE-Blook H.
Lota Nos. It and 7, and
Lots Nos. 12 to 22, inclusive.
ST. ANDREW'S SQUARE-Blook K.
Lota Nos. 7 and 8, anil
Lots Nos. IG to 111, Inclusive.
Lots Nos. 21 to 40,      "
CTTlio Lota arc mostly UO by 132 loot.
TEKMH -Jl'l!;; per cent nn tho fnll of tho
h.inmt'r; tts.% ner cont. In lliroo moitthn;
nntl tho Imliinci! of Uur piirohiuto iiionry in
six months from ilnto i,f Hnlf. <
Ily onlor,
A. .1. AliPOUT, C.M.C.
(Illy Clerk's Olllio.
Now Wost in hiHlor, 2Jlth June, 1880.
'cltDlll
DRESS j-JAKINC.
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B.C.
tftr Satlsfnctlon guaranteed. JeaKc -
NEW WESTMINSTER.
visuon-
Tbe nislmp of New Westminster.
NtlNCIPAI,-
■I. Htnn,».<lliilon. llio,. B. A. [of
Oxford 'university, rrinl Lcnnoxvllle
School, p. Q.)
HOARD OK EDUCATION-
The Bishop, The fen. Archdeacon or
i'oliinibln, The Ite v. II. tl. FlennrS'
(Union. <. S. Trow, Esq., JH.I)., U,
K. (rrrlH.ultl, Esq.
EOOTIATIONB ARK NOW IN PRO-
HAVING PUR-
"**■*■ chased the stock
ofHardware,Paints,
Oils, &c., of the Estate of Trapp Bros.,
we purpose offering
to the Public VERY
GREAT INDUCEMENTS in this
branch of the Busi
ness, which we trust
will secure the patronage of those residing on the Mainland
We have bought a
large and well-selected stock of Shelf
Hardware in the
eastern markets FOR
CASH, which we expect to arrive in a
few days, and our
assortment will be,
we consider, second
to none in the country, and will be found
complete in all the
following branches:
General and Shelf
Hardware, Cross-cut
Saws, Paints in all
colors, Boiled & Raw
Linseed Oil [English
and American], Dry
Colors in all kinds,
Wall Paper and Window Blinds, Oakum,
Pitch, Giant,Blasting
and Sporting Gun-
Powder, Fuse and
Caps, Brushes in
Paint, White-wash,
Scrubbing, Horse,
Dandy and Whisk,
and a full line of
Table and Pocket
Cutlery.
We purpose doing
a CASH BUSINESS
and all orders intrusted to us will be subject to a cash discount of 5 per cent.
—our motto being,
"Small Profits and
Quick Returns."
N.
Kress for the oflices ot Vlee-I'rl net pul
anil Matron,
KxteiiHlvetuhlltlcnis lothe inemlHos will
ho mmlo during the liolldnyN,
An election lo lour scholarships of 9*"0
{lornniiiun each will bo hold shortly niter
he commencement of term.
The Hohool will re-open at the begln-
nliiB of Beptomber.
Applications to he sent to the
THSHOI' OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
jBMtc
iPrivateCollepl
B.MANDMM[8.T5]
WILL RK OPENF.H AT
Ross Bay, Victoria,
—on—
MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1886.
Tbtnklm- the Public generally ror tbe liberal patronngc
accorded to m In Ihe past, we
trust bjr strict attention to
business to merit a continuance of the same.
T.J. TRAPP,
COMMISSIONS IN THB COUNTKV
PROMPTLY EXECUTKD.
TO IE MU CN'AT MM ON EASY TUMtJ
i Mccormick twine iiiniiuii,
1 MEADOW LABK REAI'KIIB,
» TRIUMPH REAPERS,
1 BUCKEYE MOWER,
1 ITH1CA HAY RAKE.
SUSS WINDOWS & DOORS
AT FACTORY  RATER.
Jne2le
THE   BUILDING   HAB   Jit   I-AROE
Rooms und  is well furnished with '
register jgrutes, bntli rooms, Ac., Ae.
Excellent opportunities for nil kinds of 1
healthful exorcised, Including bont lng and
bathing.
1-uptlswlll bo made most comfortable j
nnd their general wclfnre carefully con- '
slderei),
A COMPETENT STAFF OF INSTRUCTORS
will be maintained.
Excellent fnellIt W will be aflbrded for J
Instruction In
Ellllbli,
4 uniintrrUl,
('lasslnl and
N-Ml«TM LttHINIffC |
Subjects, with InslrHincnUI MhnIc.
Application Forms, References and full I
Information furnished by a
RBV. C. J. BUKNT0X, H. A.,
New WestminstkiuI
Juno n, iKs-i. JnUml
-PRACTICAL
Has just received for the Holidays a fioJ
assortment of Gold aud Silver
JEWELR
GENTS'
BOLD & SILVER WATCHER
Ladles Size Swiss Sold Watchcj
from $25 to $55,
Ladles Size American Stem]
winding Sold Watches, ,\
(32.50.
UKHKMBKR-Wc do aot sell "fllled*!
Watnhes and Jewelry u solid gold.
Onr goods are guaranteed juat aa r
presented, and prices  lower than anJ
other house in B. C.
COLONIAL BLOCK,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B   Cl
The Colonial
B00HSH0I
STORE,
Colonial Hotel Building
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Wm. Rosi
IHrORTEB AND DEALER IN
BOOTS and SHOE*
Tke Vrench Lenoir, duod) ear, PlnlK
urton, Cochrane, CiialU l Co., J
»rme» Holden mill Sinter
Boot! mid Shun.
T AMES AND GENTLEMEN AllE Itl
lj spcctfully Invltort tociill nnc' r~
liiu the sttKtk.
I Imve nlso on liantl tliu
»( UT< H-< AMIII IN LKATHIJH W.I
TIGHT KSKK IMT,
Which now takes tha place of gum I
Jy»lo
NOTICE.
A hh ACCOUNTS DUB TO ME Ml
A he pnid forlliwlili olhcrwhothey .
he nlnocd in thc lir-mltt of my Kollcltor. -*-*-*--.
New Wcntmlnstor, May 18, im
I9ii) yam flu §titijsk Columbian.
S.tlnr.lny MornlDff, July 3. I88C.
For Sale 1000 J -barrels and kits clicap.
Apply nt this office. aplOtc
The trustees of Mud Buy school advertise for a teacher.
And now Mr. Dawson has retired
from the opposition crowd!
A large lot of Ladies' Underclothing.
at cost price, at Ellard k Co's.   jnlfitc .
The train that arrives at Port Moody
from the east to-morrow will bring the
eastern mail.
Go to Ellard k Co.'s great clearance
sale for bargains in Dry Goods and
Clothing. jnlOtc
The str. Rithet nrrived with the
maila from Victoria at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
Ladies' and Children's Rendy-iiiade
Costumes, at less than cost, for cash, at
Jas. Ellard ft Co's. jnlOtc
Mr. W. D. Ferris will address the
electors at tho Skating Rink Monday
night at 8 o'clock,
Mr. Dewe, chief post offloe inspector
for the Pominion, is expeoted to arrive
by the train to-morrow.
The provincial secretary spoke at
Moodyville last night, and will hold a
meeting at Port Moody to-night.
The publishers of Miss Cleveland's
book eay that it has a larger sale than
.was secured for Queen Victoria's bnok
'tn Kngland.
. Subscribers to the Vancouver Weekly
Herald are requested to send in their
names addressed to "Tiik Herai-D,"
Vancouver, B. C. julGte
There are 337 teetotallers among the
382 itudenti attending the colleges in
England, and of ninety-four ministers
settled during last year eighty were
abstainer!.
Messrs, Peebles & Heckley have
purchased the furniture business of
Messn. living & Strahan, and the
business announcement of the new tirm
appears in our advertising columns.
During May the deposits and withdrawals in the post-office Bavings banks
lyere respectively $671,850 and SG0O,-
290, The balance to the credit of depositors on May the 31st was $1(1,405,-
049.
In addition to our new stock of spring
foods we have opened an invoice of
liagonals, West of England Broadcloths
and French Cassimeres, Walsh the
Model Tailor. Herbert Walsh, Manager, ap21tc
Rev. Mr. Somerville, from Scotland,
who is on a visit to this provinco just
now, has arranged to take the services
in the Presbyterian ohureh at Langley
and at places in the neighborhood on
the Uth inst.
The Canadian Pacific has awarded
the contract for getting out timber for
use in the construction of snow sheds
in the Selkirk range, They will be
some twelve miles in length, and will
contain 14,000,000 feet of timber.
Mr. Jno. Murray, of Spence's
Bridge, and for many years a merchant
in this eity, arrived yosterday. Mr.
Murray leaves for home on Tuesday,
•nd will shortly made a trip to Scotland where he will spend a month or
two.
The Seattle Knights of Labor deny
that any socialist doetrine has ever
been taught among them, and a resolution was passed expressing entire
lack of sympathy with the doctrine
exposed by the grand jury in its report.
A minister has been lecturing recently on "Suicide; Its Caur-^s rind Cure."
We believe he is right, but still it is a
pretty impossible task to cure a man
of suicide, Nearly alt the cases thus
far reported have proved fatal. —Hur-
dette.
It Is said that smallpox has broken
out among the C. P. R. laborers in the
Rocky mountains, and that two deaths
have already occurred. Some of Ihe
men oame from Quebec, and it is believed they brought the disease with
thom.
In another column Mr, Agassi-*;, one
of the opposition candidates, freely ox-
presses his opinion of the Beaven administration. Every day brings new
proof of the demoralization of the party
now seeking to supersede the present
government.
Hr. Agnssiz writes to say that he
"bu challenged Mr. McGillivray to
meet bim at a publio meeting at Chilliwhack on the evoning of the 6th inst.
Some of the other candidate will be
there." The opposition family is extremely united!
We tried yesterday to ascertain by
telegraph the whereaoouts of the first
regular C.P.R. train, but nothing was
known of it at Port Moody, Yale or
Kamloops. The presumption is that
. the train will arrive at Port Moody
to-morrow as first arranged.
In no other medicinal preparation have
the results of the most intelligent study
and scientific Inquiry been so steadily
and progressively utilized aa in Ayer's
Sarsaparilla. It leads the list as a truly
scientific preparation for all blood diseases.
The British and Foreign Bible So*
oisty wu organized in March, 1804.
Vtt.m tbat time to Mareh 31,1885, it
has issued 32,779,023 Bibles, 40,300,-
165 New Testaments, and of portions of the Scriptures, 22,111,-
110—making nenrly 105,000,000 copies
of the Word of God.
Mr. Kennedy arranged for a meeting
at Albert Orescent on Tuesday night,
but very few people attended and Iho
proceedings lacked interest. Mr, Kennedy spoke and impartially cor jemncd
both government and opposition. Dr.
Kent made a brief but excellent speech,
and Mr. Ferris said he would reserve
his remarks for Monday night.
No injurious effects can follow the use
of Ayer's Ague Cure in tho treatment
of malarial diseases, It contains, lie-
sides a specific and unfailing antidote
for miasmatic poison, other remedial
agents which unite to expel the poisonous humors, purify the system, and leave
it in a healthy and relnvigoruted condition.
Mr. Chas. J. Rub-on hu opened n
new shop*on Columbia st., opposito the
Colonial Hotel, whore he displays a
Vary excellent assortment of fruit, confectionery, fanoy biscuits, Ac. The
place has been newly papered and
painted, and looks well. Mr, Robson,
who has been about two years in Mr.
Major's store, is well known as a conscientious and careful business man.
Thk Irund Railway.—This groat
' work is approaching completion, only
somo fourteen miles of traok remaining
to be laid. It is expected that by
August 1st trains will run through
from Victoria to Nanaimo, and that
Sir John and Lady Macdonald will be
among the invited guests. Tho steamer
Wellington, with ten piisseugurs and
two combination curs for this railway,
is due to-day. The oars will be put
together at EsquimftU.—Cy/<»nV.
OPENING OF THE G. P. R.
Doming of the First Train 1
Winnipeg, July 1.—The first through
train arrived at the depot oo time. It
left Montreal on Monday night. Along
the route it received a series of ovations, At 9 o'clock, the hour of its
arrival at the station here, there wu
an immense multitude gathered, the
crowd extending from the Louise
bridge to the workshops of the Company, a distance of close upon two
miles. It pulled into the station yard
at a slow pace. The engine was gaily
decorated. The military and other
bands, the bells of the city ohurches,
and all tho locomotives joined in a
chorus such as is not often heard. All
the military organizations in the city,
the St. Andrew's Society, the mayor
and city council, wore in attendance,
An address of welcome was read by
mayor Wesbrook to which general supt,
E«an responded from the front of the
locomotive. Thu military then fired a
feu do joie nnd the artillery a salute,
'At 10:30, amidst the wildest enthusiasm, the train luft for Port Moody
wliere it will arrive un Sunday morning. Ovations await the train at all
poiuts along the line to its destination.
There were a considerable number of
passengers on board destined ror western points. . *
Victobia Mails.--A telegrotp was
received from Ottswa Into last night
stating that no change wuuld be made
for tlie present in the mail service between (his city and Victoria.
The Ballott.—Every elector in
New Westminster District is entitled
to voto for 3 candidates. There are
10 names on the ballot papers, and
persons wishing to vote for the govern*
ment candidates should make a oross
(x) in tlio space after the names of
Kirkland, Robson and Wells.
In Re Si'itour-B.—A writ of habeas
corpus issued by the supreme court of
Canada for the delivery of the body of
R. E. Sproulo at Ottawa is now on its
way to Victoria. In accordance with
the writ the sheriff is required to produce the prisoner there without delay,
showing ihe day and cause of his detention,— Colonist.
Endorsed.—At a meeting held at
Alder Grove un the 20th June it was
proposed by Mr. Goldsmith, seconded
by Mr. Lawrence and carried unanimously, that "those present would use
their utmost endeavors to secure the
return of the Hun. John Robson, and
Messrs. Kirkland and Wells to support
bim, and thut a copy of this resolution
be sunt to tho Columbian und Guardian."
Sir John's Visit.—On Wednesday
aftornoon a mooting of citizons wu
held to consider what steps Bhould be
taken tu receive Sir John Macdonald
on the occasion of his visit. The mayor
was requested to telegraph Sir John
and ascertain the date of his arrival.
A reply to this tolegram was received
yesterday as follows: "Cannot.yet say
when I shall arrive. John A. Macdonald.."   . '
Who Burned Vancouver ?—In a
late issue thu Guardian cupped the climax by accusing the provincial secretary of being the cause of the Vancouver lire! It turns out as a matter
of fact tliat, the Vancouver fire was
caused by Mr. Orr's celebrated 6 acres,
which were covered witli fallen timber,
and furnished material for the conflagration—and Orr is ono of the flW-
dian's candidates!
*»> m ■ -
Hall's Prairie School -The half-
yearly examination of the Hall's Prui-
ri« public school took place on Thursday the 24th inst. Although threatened with rain in the morning it soon
cleared off and all the adults of tho
settlement wero early in attendance.
Even the most confirmed old bachelors came out to see tho performances.
The examination was a decided success, the ones wbo examined the classes, Mr. Reid of Clover Valley, and
Mrs. Johnson, being delighted with
the accuracy and amount of know
ledge which the children have acquired since tho school wu started, and
the genial and popular teacher, Mr.
J. C. McLennan, was much complimented hy thoso present. The thorough training iu those fundamental
branches, spelling, arithmetic and geography, wu especially marked. The
rolls of honor were taken by Ellen
Hurt, proficiency; David W. Brown,
regularity and punctuality; Ida Hart,
deportment. Tho people of the settlement are to be much praised for
tho great interest taken by them in
the school, a practical proof of which
was the subscription of fifteen dollars
to assist tlio teacher in buying prizes
for tho pupils, and oh I tho" merry
smiles which played hide-and-go-seek
over their littlo faces ns the'bright-
huod books were handed out. After
sonic well-timed ndvico't.u the children
nud thanks to the visitors that hod
come to see the school thc examination closed.--Com,
Ci/ivku Valley School.—Tlio usual
half-yearly examination was held in
Clover Valley school on Friday ihe
28th inst, Tho day though warm was
pleasant, and from the largo turnout
of visitors it could euily bu seen that
the peoplo of Clover Valley take an
evor iucreuing interest in the welfare
of tho school. The children were
thoroughly examined in tho various
branches taught and acquitted them*
solves iu u milliner reflecting great
credit on themselves and their teacher.
A noticeable fact U that while the
children iu this school are drilled in
tlio school work, they are also conversant with the current events and literature of the day to an extent which
would do honor to older heads. An*
other thing in regard to the examination worthy of imitation in other
schools was the interchange of visits
botween the teachers oh this occasion.
Mr. J. O. McLennan, teacher, and
Mrs, Johnson, of Halls Prairie, materially increased the interest bv their
examination of the cluses, At the
close of the examination Mr. Reid
presented thu rolls of honor to the
deserving pupil*, who were: Frank
McKetnsie, proficiency; George Shannon, regularity and punctuality; and
Josiah Booihroyd,deportment. Speeches were made by Messrs. T. Shannon,
1). McKenzie, K. Parr, G. Boothroyd,
J. O. McLennan, and others, commending tho efficiency and progress of
tho school. Before closing Mr, Reid
thniiked those who had helped in examining the oTttfarfa and the people who
took such nn interest in the school. -
Com.
The Victoria Malls.
Mr. J. A. R. Homer, M.P., roceived
the following telegram lost night from
the deputy-post master-general at Ottawa; "No order has evet been sent for
discontinuance of direct steam mail
sorvice between Victoria and New
Westminster." We are quite at a loss
to reconcile this with the events that
have lately transpired.
Oar National Day!
THE CELEBRATION AT THE ROYAL CITY.
Thursday morning promised well for
a holiday, but about the middle of the
afternoon rain began falling, and the
evening was wet and disagreeable.
About 5 o'clock the str. Yosemito arrived ■ fmm Victoria with over 200 excursionists. Ttie Louise brought a
number from Nnnaimo, and other
steamers from various points swelled
the concourse. The number of visitors was very large,* going up among
thu thousands. At (1 o'clock tlie Seymour artillery fired a salute from tlieir
big gun, tho men appearing for the
tirst time in their uew busbies. The
programme began with horse-racing on
Columbia st. The other sports wero
conducted by tlie Caledonian and St.
Andrew's society on the agricultural
grounds, and the foot races were on
Front st The following is a list of the
events:
horse kaces:
For the big ruee ($250 and entrance)
there were 4 entries, viz.: Parker's
Billy, Black's Bobby Burns, McAbce's
Henry, Rudge's Dave. The raco was
for best 2' in 8. First heat won by
Bobby Burns, with Dave 2nd; 2nd
heat Dave 1st, Henry 2nd. In the lst
heat Billy was distanced and in tlie
2nd Bobby Burns throw hiB rider, and
the race ended in a muddle, both
parties protesting.
In the trotting race for $75, entrance
added, there were 3 entries, Dickson's
Fanny Irving, Butler's Sleepy Geoi-ge,
and Budge's Simcoe. Best in 5. In
first heat tlie horses came in as follows:
George, Famiy, Simcoe; 2nd heat,
Fanny, George, Simcoe; 3nl heat,
Fanny, George (Simcoe distanced); 4th
and oth heats, George, Funny; race
won by George.
In tbe 3rd rnco, for $50 and entrance, there were 0 entrios: Budge's
Dave, Robertson's Gray Prince, Black's
Granville, Fraser's Blair Ethelj Gannon's FoshiH, nnd Butler's Dick. Tho
race was taken by Granville, with
Gray Prince second.
The fourth race was for $15 and entrance, There were 0 entries: Sinclair's Billy, MaAbee's Most-back,
Skinner's Cyrus, Robertson's Gray
Prince, and Jossie. Won by Gray
Prince, Jessie 2nd.
athletic sports.
Putting heavy stone, J. A. Murray,
34 ft. 9 ins.; D. J. Munn, 82:4*.
Light stone, J. J. Cameron, 39:2j; J.
A. Murray, 39. Heavy hammer, R.
G, McKenzie, 88; J. A. Murray, 87:3.
Light hammer, R. G. McKenzie,
113:6; J. J. Cameron, 108:4. Tug-of-
war, New Westminster vb. Vancouver,
won by New Westminster. Hon step
and leap, A. Shore, 40:1; J. Miller,
38:11. Running high jump, R. White
and A Shore equal, 4:0. Standing
long jump, A. Snore, 9:7$; K. Mc-
Abce, 9. Standing high jumtT- A-
Shoro, 3:111; R. White, 3:11; MVOas-
■ell, 3:10. Vaulting, IC White. 8; B.
Eickhoff, 7:11; i McLean, 7:9.
Highland flin$, W. Carmichael, J. Aj^
Murray. Gillie Galium, J. A. Murray, W. Carmichael. Highland reel,
Mrs. Bamford, Mrs. D. McLennan.
foot races.
100 yards, H. Stephens, R. Peck.
400 yds., Alex. Morrison, — Kane.
Boys' race, L. Springer.
BOAT   RACES.
4-oared gig race, 4 entries, namely,
Elizabeth, Maria and Lottie from Burrard Inlet, and Lily from Langley.
Elizabeth took first money (840) and
Lily 2nd. For the canoe race there were
Sentries, and the race was won by
Seashell, with Chilliwhack George as a
good second. There were 2 entries
for the skiff race, Alaska Joe coming
in first and No. 29 second. The sail-
ing race was postponed for laek of
wind, but will probably come off the
lirst favorable day.
In the evening there was a ball at
the Drill Shed, which was largely attended. During the day Capt. Irving
was presented with a handsome badge
bythe Caledonian and St. Andrew's
Society, in acknowledgment of whioh
the captain made a suitable speech.
The chiefs appeared in full costume.
The Vancouver Meeting.
(Condensed from tlie News.)
The Hon. John Robion addressed
a public meeting in this city nn Wednesday evening. There being no
building of sufficient capacity available
the meeting was held in the open air,
a platform having been erected in front
of the site of the Sunnyside hotel. The
attendance was very large, variously
estimated at frum 1000 to 1600. His
worship Mayor McLean wss unanimously elected to the chair, and Dr.
McGuigan was appointed to act as secretary. The chairman introduced (hu
provincial secretary with a few oouipll*
mentary remarks, referring to the
services he rendered in tlie legislature towards securing incorporation
fnr tho city aud lht alacrity snd liln-i ■
ality displayed in succoring Vancouver
in her great distress.
The Hon. Mr. Robson explained the
circumstances whieh prevented an
earlier visit to his constituents, nud
then proceeded to review the psst and
indicate the future policy of the government. Ho referred to the encouraging circumstance of the voting power
of the district having doubled since thu
lost general election, ami thu general
prosperity observable throughout the
province, claiming that to tho liberal
and progressive policy of the government it was partly due. Uu then went
on to expose thc various cries raised
by the opposition, which h« did most
effectually, showing very dearly that
the so-called "give sways" upon which
the opposition. havo been rinving
the changes, wero all moonshine.
Concluding an eloquent and argumentative speech, Mr. Rnbeon admonished
the electors tn poll a full voto, and send
a united delegation to streugthou tho
hands of a liberal and progressive government, aud warned them ngainst committing the obvious folly of sending u
divided delegation.
At the conclusion nftheaddress, wliich
evoked repeated and hearty applause,
Mr. Powers, of Moodyville, undertook
bi criticise Mr. Robson upon several
matters, tho outcome of which wns
added triumph for Mr. Robson and
discomfiture to the blustering Moodyvillo inn-keeper. Finding himself
worsted Mr. rowers exclaimed, "Mr,
Robson is n big man now ; but I remember him years ago whon he was a
pom- working man, cutting wood for a
living."
Turning triumphantly to tho audience, Mr. Robson said, amid ringing
cheers, that, he was proud to look back
to the early days of his pioneer experience in this Province, when he bad
earned un honest living by hard labour;
und everyone appeared to feel that the
Statesman had scored one against tho
Innkeeper.
His worship the Mayor called upon
L. A. Hamilton, Esq., to nddress the
assemblage.
This popular gentleman, having ascended the platform, delivered a brief
but telling address, in the courso of
which he complimented thu Provincial
Secretary, and substantiated liis statements respecting the policy of extension of the railway to Coal Harbor,
showing that the Provincial Government bad given less than one acre for
10 givon by the Dominion Government,
to say nothing of the largo cash subsidies. The following resolutions were
then passed unanimously:
Moved by L. A. Hamilton, seconded
by Joseph Mannion, That uf ter listening
to the straightforward explanations ol
his public acts given by the Hon. John
Robson, it is the opinion of this meeting
that the policy pursued by him as a minister of thn crown has been in furtherance of tho bost interests of the province
of British Columbia at large and particularly advantageous to the district which
he represents, and meets with our hearty
approval.
Moved by R, H. Alexander, seconded
by W. H. Soule, That this meeting returns its hearty thanks to the Hon. Jno,
Robson for the unflagging interest he
has always shown in the progress of this
sectiou of (fie district and for his continual and ready support of every men*
sure towards our advancement, notably
in the passage of our act of incorporation
aud also for the prompt and valuable
response to the appeal on behalf of our
unfortunate fellow citizens who were left
destitute by the late conflagration.
Moved by Dr. McGuigan, seconded by
Edward McKeadry, That this meeting
pledges itself to support the Hon. John
Kobson as oue of their candidates for
this district and will do alt in its power
to secure |his return at the head of the
poll on the 7th of July next; that it also
pledges itself to support Messrs. Kirkland and Wells, the two other candidates
in sympathy with Hon. Mr. Robson in
this district, as we consider them honest
and capable men aud arc earnest in their
desire to promote the public interest.
Moved by C. A. Coldwoll, seconded
by R. Balfour, That an election committee be appointed to further the interests
of the candidates endorsed by this meeting, to be composed of the following
gentlemen: Mayor MacLean, R. H. Alexander, Ed. McKendry, L. A. Hamilton,
Thos. Dunn, E. P. Hamilton, Jos. Humphries, Dr. McGuigan, Joa. Mannion,
Aid. Balfour, Northcott, Aid. Hetnlow,
Louis Gold, Reginald Nuttall, Joseph
West, Wm. McGregor, F. O, Innes,
Walter Gravely, J.M, Spinks, Arthur
Sullivan, A. O. Muir, D, Oppenheimer,
W. H. Chase, J. L. Quackenbusli, Jonathan Miller, Chas. Coldwell, P, Cordi-
ner, 8. O. Richards, H. Arkell, John M.
Stowart, J. Hayden, C. Ralston, Jas.
MeArthur, Wm. Brown, A. E. McCartney, A. C. Frasfir, J. C. Douglas, H,
Pedgtift, S. Brighouse, Geo. Black,
John Boultbee, John Rankin, F. McLeu-
nan, J. J. White, F. Kent, J. Sonic,
Jas. Gillespie, S. Fraser, D. McPherson,
P. Carey, J. Abray, T. Condell.
St. Louis Colttge.	
The animal examination of the
pupils of this institution closed yesterday, when thc following prizes were
awarded:
Masters William I. Briggs and James
R. Suter, respectively, received the
lst and 2nd special prizes for application and merit.
Commercial Coubsb.—Sixth Class
—1st prize, Thomas Harn, for Christian doctrine, Latin, mathematics,
book-keeping, and rhetoric Fifth
Clues—1st prizes, Jos. Johnson, for
Christian doctrine, book-keeping, history, and music; Michael Carey, for
o imposition and Frenoh; Jos. Meyers,
for arithmetic, grammar, and penman-
shin; Matthew DeCourcy, for dictation
and spelling.
Intr'rmbdiatk Course. — Fourth
Class- lst pris-es, William I. Briggs,
for grammar; Chas. Beckingham, for
French; James R. Suter, for arithmetic; Chas. CoaniBjv for composition;
Joa. Madden, for reading, writing,-snd
drawing; Henry Walther, for music;
Douglas Loat, for geography; William
Elliott, for spelling; John Dunne, for
catechism and dictation. 2nd prizes,
Chas. Beckint-haii-^for music; Henry
Walther, forgeogrtphy and dictation;
John Wiso,.fur spelling. Third Class
—lst prizes, -TJios. Hoy, for spelling
and writing; tyuis-McQuade, for catechism, reading; and geography; Eddie
Madden, for general improvement;
Hatty Briggs Jor puUttuol attendance
and good 'cundtnit; Reuben Kllard, for
arithmetic und composition. 2nd
prize, Hugh Gibson, for catechism
and arithmetic.
Primary Coursk.—Second Class—
1st prizes, Fritz Meyers, for arithmetic and writing; Mike Dunne, for
reading; Eddie Digby, for spelling.
First Class—lit prize, Albert Leamey,
for reading and spelling.
St. Louis College, N. W., June 30.
Messrs. Mitchell k Piatt, druggists,
London, Ont., write Dec., 1881: We
have sold Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil since
its first introduction, and we can safely
say, no medicine on our shelves has had
ii larger sale, or gives better satisfaction.
We alwayA' feel safe in recommending it
to our customers.
Meeilnic at Richmond.
(Reported Ior the Columbian.)
The* Hon. John Robsou nddioued
meeting of the electors of Richmond and the North Arm, iu the
town hall, on Wednesday last, at one
p. m., but owing to the shortness of
the notice given—only a day—and the
haying season being on, the meeting
was not so large as it otherwise would
have been, only about 45 persons being present.
Alexander Kilgour having been appointed chairman and J. Sprott secretary, after a few remarks from the
chairman, the hon. gentleman waa
called upon to address the meeting.
t Mr. Robson came forward and delivered an nble and exhaustive address
on the action and policy of the government, and a refutation of thc
charges brought against it by tho so-
called opposition, which was listened
to by the audience with the most
marked interest and attention. At
the conclusion uf his address he said
he would with their permission sit
down and in a friendly way discuss
road matters with them.
A question was put by Hugh Boyd
In the event of Mr, Robson being returned, will he pledge his influence
in obtaining this settlement bridges
from Lulu and Sea Islands to connect
us with the i in inland l
Mr. Robsou, in reply, stated ho had
those bridges fully iu viuw and ho
wai fully nli/e to the great importance of having them constructed so as,
to enable tho people to have direct"
communication with the mainland, and
he would uso all his influence and all
the power he possessed to procure all
the money he possibly could for tlie
construction of those bridges, and as
soon as he returned to Victoria lio
would huve the necossary instruct! nis
given to the eurvcyor-genoral to anno
up and nuke a thorough survey of the
most suitable locations, with an estimate of the probable cost.
Mr. Kidd thought the bridges would
be in plentv uf time if built two or
threo yeais hence und thought it more
important to devote the money to the
construction uf roads, und the bridges
would follow, remarks which did not
Bcem to cnll forth any response from
tho rest of the ati-Atenee.
Mr. Kiluont- snid ho considered it
of much greater importance to the settlement to obtain tho bridges tirst, and
he felt conhduiit, having secured thom,
that tho people would tind wayB and
means of obtaining roads to connect,
Mr. Kilgnitr's remarks seemed to meet
with f-iMieml approval by those present. Mr. Robsun said he thought it
would bu buBt after tho surveys and
estimate of cost was made tu hold a
meeting in the town hall, when ho
would mako a point of boing present,
and a vote could then be taken as to
whether they should have tho roads or
bridges first, which wns unanimously
agreed to.
Tho lum. gentleman then stated thst
if anv gum Ionian had nny questions to
*-k him ho would be happy to reply.
N.'iie being put, he snid tis ho had to
be at Vancouver by 7 o'clock that even-
iim to address a meeting there, mid the
nf,(.Tim-ui being far advanced he Imped
thoy would excuse him A vote of
thanks having been passed to the
chairman and the ban. gentleman, the
meoting was brought to a closo,
Use the safe, pleasant, and effectual
worm killer, Mother Groves' Worm Exterminator, nothing equals it, Procure
a bottle and take it home.
Rov. J. McLaurin, Canadian Baptist
missionary to India, writes: Duriug our
stay in Canada, we have used Dr. Thomas' Kclectric Oil with very great satisfaction. We are now returning to India,
aud would like very much to take some
with us, for our own use and to give to
the diseased heathen.
SPECIAL DESPATCHES.
The Britisli Election Beturm
RECEPTION OF THI FIRST C.P.R. TWUK-
Lomion, July 2.—Gladstone has
boen rc-olected for Midlothian. Up
to 1 o'clock this p.m. 22 Tories, 9
Unionists, 12 Liberals, and 3 I'arnel-
lites have been elected. (6:30 p.m.)
Parnell and Maurice Healy,Parnellites,
lmvo been re-elected to represent Cork
city in the commons.
Winnipeg, July 2.—The first day of
Winnipeg's great celebration festival
has heen an unqualified success. The
city is crowded with strangers, thou*
sands upon thousands being in town
frum all parts of the north-west, Minnesota and Dakota. The main features of tbe first day's festivities
were lhe races in Praeey Park; the St.
Andrew's society & Caledonian sports
and games, the military parade and
reception, the arrival of the first
through train, and the fint heat in
tho professional scull race ^n which
Gandour defeated Ha mm. ■■■'•- '■*."•'
Mr, George Tolen, Druggist, Graven,
hurst, Out., writes: "My cutrtofoers who
have used Northrop k Lyman's Vegetable
Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure say that
it liu- done them more good than anything they have ever used." It lias indeed a wonderful influence in purifying
the blood and curing diseases of the
Digestive Organs, the Uver, Kidneys,
and all disorders of the system.
country and their kind should judge ot
candidates for office very largely by their
attitude on this question. We submit
that a person who will not work heartily for the curtailment of the liquor
traffic is unworthy of public confidence,
and is lacking in that particular whioh is
essential in a legislator.
The measures proposed by the Alliance
are vety moderate, so that they ought to
commend themselves to every right
minded person. The following are some
of the leading points:
1. Limitation in the number of licenses.
2. The closing of salooni, bars, etc.,
during the whole of Hunday und during
certain hours of the night—Bay from 10
or 12 p. m, to 6 or 7 a, m.
I. Impartially constituted licensing
boards with efficient inspection.
4. Proper machinery for the enforcement of the Uw, and for the suppression
of unlicensed selling.
This is the outline of a very moderate
measure. We cannot be satisfied with
less, and we ask those who think with
us to tolerate no quibbling from candidates on the subject.
On behalf of the executive,
■ Walk* Barm, Sec.
Victoria, June 29, 1886.
xVeW Clotbi^ Jnst Received!
D. DEYSDALB & CO'S
ALSO,
Tiik Pnon* Ciiakmu. for the mmm
from tlie system of impurities whioh
would, if tbey .remained, poison the
blood, is through the bowels. When
this ontlet is obstructed it m»y be disencumbered with Northrop 4 Lyman's
Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure,
a remedy which regulates the system, invigorates digestion; and is pure and safe
as well as effective. It cures all diseases
arising from Irajmre w_.
miimm
m nm au rare if m worn.
WLhkipec, June 21.—Lady Macdonald arrived In this city on Saturday night
and left this morning, accompanied by
Lieut.-Governor and Mrs. Dewdney, for
Regina in a private car. A number of
citizens were introduced at the depot to
Lady Macdonald, and she was a guest at
Government house while hore. Sir
John will remain a week here during his
visit.
Seattle, W. T., June 28.—The total
vote was 2,610. Against prohibition,
1,820; for, 790.  Majority, 1,030 against.
Toeonto, June 28.—The Mail's Ottawa correspondent denies upon high authority the statements recently published
that the Dominion government, at the
instance of the imperial authorities, have
relaxed their measures for tbe protection
of Canadian fisheries. On the contrary,
there has been no interference of any
hind on the part of the home government, and the Dominion government is
determined in future, as in the past, to
strictly enforce the law against United
Sates fishing vessels found violating the
treaty.
Rangoon, Tune 29.—A force of British troops, with two batteries, has had a
severe fight with 1,SOO Burmese. They
were entrenched near Tummer. The
fight lasted fire hours. The British fail-
ing to dislodge the rebels retired. Sev-
eral officers were killed and wounded.
London, June 29. — Henry Ward
Beecher and Mrs. Beecher arrived in
London to-day. They were met at the
depot by Dr. Parker, pastor of the City
Temple, and his wife, and given a most
affectionate greeting. Dr. Parker led
Mrs. Beechrr to his carnage and Beecher
followed with Mrs. Parker. Tlw party
was at once driven to Dr. Parker's house
in St. John's ward. Beecher is iu good
health, but says he intends to rest be*
fore returning or preaching. He is full
to-day of tye great treat enjoyed by him
at Liverpool yesterday, of listening to
Gladstone's marvellous oration, and
watching the enthusiasm of the vast
audience. '
Gladstone, in the course of his speech
Communication*.
Not a Beaven Man!
Editor Coi-i-hhiax.—It has been said
that I am in favor of a resurrection of
the Beaven government. This is not the
case, as I consider the remains of that
party not only sick but dead. They
never did the mainland any goed although thoy had Mr. McGillivray to
help them.   Yours very truly,
L. A. Agassi/.,
Langley, 29th June,
Syndicate Operations.
Editor Columbian,—-Tbe large sals
Ies and wages granted by Onderdook-
aud which wero out of all character for
tho services rendered—wen met in a
measure by the enormous charges for
fares and freights, consequently the gen*
eral public and store-keepers in the interior wero made the victims. It would
now appear that thc syndicate have determined upon the adoption of an honest
policy of reducing salaries and wages,
and the fares and freights to a reasonable tariff.
It would also be a further stroke of
good policy if the syndicate wero to run
three sound and swift steamers between
Victoria and the head of navigation on
tho l-Yaser River, not only to out down
the fares and freights, but to ensure safe,
reliable, aud permanent traflic. Vours
oliodteutly, Storkkki-tkh,
Vale, Ilbtli June.
Temperance and the Elections,
HmiHiit COLi'MHi-VS.—The British Columliia Hniiioh nf the Dominion Temper-
atiec Alliance itt the last animal meeting
instructed its executive to drafts bill for
tho better regulation of the ltf|Uor traffic,
to be laid before tbe legislature at its
noxt session,
Tho need of legislation in this direction must he apparent to evory thoughtful ami 11 is interested poison. Tho drink
bill of thin province amounts to $1,500,-
000 per annum- two and a half times the
provincial revenue, fifteen times the
amount spent iu public education. It
would pay tlio deficit ton times over,
nnd leave a nice little sum to the good.
Ko wonder tliat the resources of the
province are lying undeveloped, when
such an immense amount is annually diverted from the channels of legitimate
industry, and devoted to an unnatural,
mean and ruinous self-indulgence.
This traflic is kitting off our people by
the score. Scarcely a week passes without onr hearing of some one dropping
suddenly and prematurely into the grave
through the use of stimulants, and (rem
piosont appearances many others will
soon follow. Te tha liquor traflc the
province is indebted chiefly for tht disgraceful prevalence of prostitution snd
gambling, and the rapid extermination
of the Indians.
It is very much to be regretted that
om- public men fight shy of this vital
question, and spend time on the platform iu personalities and in the discussion of comparatively trivial issues.
We respectfully and earnestly oall the
attention of alt candidates for parliament
and of the electors generally to the necessity of grappling with this matter at
once.    We think that all lovers of their
delivered yesterday at Liverpool, said:
It was here that I first drew breath. I
have drawn it now 70 years, and the
time is not distant when I shall pay my
debt to nature, and these possibly are
tbe lost words I shall speak in Liverpool.
Gladstone quoted from the ballad of
"Chevy Chase"-"tho child unborn shall
rue the bunting of that day"—and exclaimed, "if Idle and shallow, pretexts
bewilder the minds of the people, or if
power, wealth aud rank overbear the
national sense, the child unborn shall
rue the voting of that day. I entreat
you to resolve that the civilized world
shall no longer assert that Ireland is
England's Poland, and to determine that
England shall no longer have a Poland.
She has hod it long enough. Listen to
prudence, courago and honor; ring out
the old—ring in the new -ring out the
notes of misery and discord, ring in the
blessed reign of a time of peace,,r
Have you tried Holloway's Cam Cure!
It has no equal for removing these
troublesome excrescenses, as many have
testified who have tried it.
A NICE STOCK OF LADIES' JERSEYS.
«£»Oar Assortment of DRY GOODS
Is now complete.
A lull line of Black and Colored Cashmeres, Black Bra-he tnd Plain Sills,
Black and Colored Satins, Ottoman Dress Goods, French Foul. Cloth,
Nun's Veiling, Jersey Olotb, New Lao. Dreai Gooda; in
Sateena, Calicoes, and Piques we have a full lint;
Table Linen, Towels and Napkin., law. Curtains and Curtain Net, Hoeierj,
D. DRYSDALE & CO., - NEW WESTMINSTER.
TRAPP BROS. OLD STAND.
Selling!!   Sellingf!
CO
CLEARANCE SALE
CASH!
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT
THE MT THIRTY UW.
QT.  PAUL'S  CHURCH.  Si-rvlces nv
Q er-y Sunday at 11 a. h, and 7 r. m. In
the Chiircll, St. John uncut, Mow Kmi-I
avenue.  Seats free, alt are cordially Invited. Sundav School al 2.30 r. u,
_____ iteMa)
METHODIST   CHURCH,   Mary St.
nev. c, Watson, Pastor. Services »t
m. and 7 p. in.    SiiiuIhj- School nnd
Bible Clam- '2:m p, in.    I'm yer Meeting on
Tliurmlftyn. at S p. in.  Scat*, free; xtrniiKcri
*i7-ic.
cordially Invited.
Je7-
CHURCH OP BffOLAWD, HI. Mttry'r
SupperUiii. N->rvl-*(>-t,suiiiliivN, ll u.in.,
nnd ;(.;» p.m. Thnndoya, 7-30p.m, Daily,
8.:W a.m., 5.30 p, in. Holy Communion,
Sunday*., II n.m., except '2nd Sundny In the
month.   AH cents tree, mliSOtc
BAPTIST CHURCH, Kov. Kohl. Lunula pastor; meeti- hi the Court Hound,
Service* at 11 a. m. ninl 7 p. m. Mahlmth
School and Hi hio CImm*- at •!.;« i>.h. Pray*
er Meullug Thnnidiiy cvi-nin-* nt 8 o'clock.
Btmnfera cordially invited, up ihi c
V11 ion LODUfi Ha. «, A. V.
A, M.—The regular Com-
iiiiiiik-ntloin* of this I-odge are
.    ,    , held on the first Mondny In enah
month.  Sojourning brethren am cordiinly Invited tuattond D. WILSON,
feXMo Secretary.
A vttl
J±2\  oiu
/V\ heh
Surface Indications
Wlmt a miner -wenilil very properly term
"surf-ice indication*" of -what In beneath,
are the Pimples, Htif-n, Sore Kyes,
Bolls, nnd Cutaneous Eruptions wiili
which people ain annoyed In gpi-lug ami
curly summer. Tlio rd'eto mutter accumulated duriii-,' the winter montlix, now
m-ikcs H.-J pretence fell, through Nature**
endeavors to expel it from the system.
Wlrilo It remains It is npoison thai rrKtcr*
In llio Mnod and may develop lulo Scrofula. Tlil-i condition cause* denmgement
of the (liuwivi' and asHimllnloi*)' organs,
with a feclinif of enervation, languor, and
\viwtaenM—often lightly spoken of as "only
spring fever." Tliese ara evidences thut
Nature i-t not able, unaided, to throw off
the corrupt atoms whicli weaken the vital
forces. To regain henlth. Kuture must lie
aided hv a thorough hlomLpurifvIng medicine; tind nothing oNI* ho efl&tlvctu
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
which Is sufficiently powerful to expel
from the -system oven <he tufut of HerM-
lUry Scrofula.
Tho medical profeaelon Indorse Aran's
Rui.-uPAitiu..*., and many atteotltloiu of
llio cure* effected hy Itcoiuo from Oil piirtf
of llm world. It Is, In tbe lanpiagc of
tho Jinn. Francis Jewett, ex-Stale senator of Massachusetts and ex-Mayor of
Lowell, -'the only preparation tbat does
real, lusting good.
PREPARED BY
Or. J. C. Ayr I Co., Lowell, Hess.
Sold by all Prugglsta: Price |1;
Six liotllfft for 95.
JAMES ELLARD SCO.
ARK  NOW   SHOWING   A COMPLETE  8IOOK>iiOr  EVERY
DEPARTMENT, ONE OV IHE IrAROEST AND BEST
ASSORTED IN THE   PROVINCE,  AND AT
19* COST   PRICES.-*£**
FRENCH, GERMAN ANO EN8LISH DRESS OOODS:
Aw.y Down in Price.
OlLn.O '   Bnti, BUnsk .nd Colored, it Bottom Price*
LACE TRIMMING, LACE ALL-OVERS, ORIENTAL LACES.
FANCY NETS, AC:
E»rything new .nd lovely. Thi. Department far surpasses uy previous seaaon'a effort, and cannot be M-wlled iu Ibe Province. Ladies,
see for yourselves.
HOSIERY, 8L0VES, LADIES' UNDERWEAR, *l:
A truly gnnd slock, in .very mate.
OENTS' FURNISHINGS, COLLARS, TKS, HANDKERCHIEFS,
UMBRELLAS: '
All choice .nd cheap.
ritln 10 :   Thi. depattment ia full of all th. latest and moat beautiful
designs.
CORSETS:
Away Down in Trice.
STAPLE OOODS i
This Department ahould not be forgotten. The aluck of Cuifauis, Sheet-
inga, Diaper., Napkina, Ac, Ac., ia always moat complete and all wid
at very low prioe*
LAD1KS, dont't fail to oom. and secure Bargains before buying elsewhere.
X. I. -All Ooods entered on the Books will be charged at regular prices.
Jin* JAMES ILLARD t\ 00, UMM MWE, WW WHTMIItlTtr*
Never OH ii
HAVING CONCLUDED TO GIVE UP
ImalneM I nlinll aell the entire alook
•nnalHllnror Dry Gooda, Clothing, Mni'a
Furnlahlnf Gooda, Boot*-, Hhuea, etc., at
25 Per Cent.
Below Cost.
Suite from Jjij.00 upwards.
14 yard, bait Print, for *1.00
14 " " White Cotton.. 1.00
14 " " Brown " .. 1.00
10   "    No. 1 heavy Drilling, 1.00
10   "    Canton Flannel  1.00
Bnt 8/4 Bed Sheeting, 35c. per yd.
Fin* Children'. Shots, 75c. per pair.
Pine " Straw Hata, 25c. ea.
10 pair Ladiea' Stocking., all colore,
(or tl.00.
10 pair Men'. Socks (or #1.00.
Men'. White Shirts, 75c. each.
Belt blue, gray and brown Overalls,
75c. per pair.
Cme nd secire lamlmi
feefen we close oir store.
G. LEISER.
Mn Westminster, May is, km.
mywtc
HERRING'S
Drug Store!
NFW PRICE LIST.
norm unit bui'ctiok for
cmi 0X11.
WARNER'S SAFE CORE, 8.1.
WARNER'S SAFE FILLS, 15c
AVER'S HAIR VIGOR, 85c
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS, 85c
VEGETABLE DISCOVERY, N.k L.,8i*c
AVER'S SARSAPARILLA, Mo
AVER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, Wc
ALLAN'S LUNG BALSAM, Mc
JAYNES' EXPECTORANT, Me
PIERCE'S MEDICAL DISCO VBRY.Mc
HALL'S HAIR VIGOR,
7»o
HOYT'S COLOGNE (Large),
7«c
HOP BITTERS,
Me
DIAMOND DYES,
Sfor
2k
And many .then.
-rphyrioiua' lYeMriMloM accurately
illspaiised from pun brlMi Drag, at
reasonable prim.
juHto
A. M, HERRING,
Pbirmaclst, N.W., B.C. Bursting of a Great Gun.
Tho accidental bursting of u 43-ton
gun on board H.M.S. Collingwood,
which had gone out to sea from Spit-
head for artillery experiments, took
place on Tuesday, May 18th. The
gun was oi-e of a pair mounted en barbette aft ot the Bhip, and the experiment was intended to try the effect of
the gun mounting invented by Mr.
Vava&setir. Admiral Hopkins, superintendent of naval ordinance; Mr.
Butler, inspector of gun mountings;
Admiral Herbert, superintendent of
Portsmouth dock yard; Mr. Alton,
chief inspector of machinery; Admiral
Sir Georgo Willes and other naval oflicers and admiralty officials, with Mr.
Vavosseur, were on board. Tho gnus
were lo tire two rounds with reduced
charge of 221] poutidB.of cocoa powder,
with a shell lilled with water and
weighing 714 poiinds- nfter wliich they
wore to lire four rounds with full
charges of 21)5 pounds of p'.wder. The
right-hand gun fired ono round with
the reduced charge; tho left hand gun
was then tried with the same, and
burst, whirling large fragments into
the air. Fortunately no person was
hurt. Tho ship was lying between the
Warner and the Nub Lightships.
Eight feet of tho f/un'a barrel wns torn
off, the weld of tho coil rent open, and
some of the pieces, beside damaging
and plowing up the deck of tho ship
injured, in a greater or less degree,
the glacis plates, the hinges of a door
through the armored bulkhead, tho
grating of a scuttle, the electric light
platform, and the Gardner and Nor-
denfeldt machine guns whieh were
near. Tho Collingwood returned to
Spit hend, and au official inquiry wus
ordered. It is believed that the fault
wns not in tho handling, but in the
making of the guii at Woolwich arsenal;
The Terror of a city.
Botween tho woman who wanders
about the streets shoving a baby carriage beforo her aud the woman who
drives a horso and buggy thore is a
choice. The baby carriago can sometimes be dodged, jumped over or got
around. You can sometimes evade it
by climbing a telegraph pulew rushing
into a basement. If you are armed
with a club and can look ferocious the
woman will sometimes turn aside and
cripple aome one else. But for thu
woman who drives a horse and buggy
—look out!
I saw her start out the other day.
When the horse left the post the woman was looking back to wave her hand
at somebody, and tho Hues were on
the dashboard. There was an ioe
wagon coming up the street, but wave
she must and did. She was almost
ready to turn her attention to tho
horse when he stopped. He had to.
He had run plump into the ice wagon,
and he couldn't climb over it.
The woman picked up the lines, pulled on the "gee" and then on tho
"haw," ran the horso over the curbstone and twisted around a tree, and
as she got into tho street again she upset a swill cart with tho off wheels and
went hor way with serene countenance.
When Bhe reached tbe avenue Bhe
was fussing with the lap robe, and the
horse took a long turn. There was a
street car passing, and if the driver
hadn't put on tho brake and turned
his horses across the track she must
have beon run duwn. It is doubtful if
ahe noticed the fact. She pulled ou
onu rein with both hands, told Dubbin
to "git up," and finally got away on a
straight line, on thu wrong side of the
street, of course. A brick team crowded her into the curbstone, but the
smile never left her fnce. A milk
wagon rubbed the foro wheel, and the
milkman yelled at her, lint she looked
straight ahead. The horse finally
crossed over to the other Bide on his
own account, and the street cur missed
tho hind wheel by such a clone shave
tbat half the passengers cried out in
alarm.
All of a suddon tho woman pulled
hard ou both lines and cried "Whoa!"
She had been struck at sight of a new
hat on a passing woman, and sbo wanted to aee more of it, A grocer's delivery wagon was following closo behind, and the sudden stop brought
about a crash. Horse, woman and
phmton were slewed around and almost
upset, but the only one at all disturbed
waa the horse. He didn't seem to believe in sudden chances. .He was hawed and geed and pulled into shape, and
as he jogged along again the lines were
dropped whilo the driver fussed with
her hat. Her buggy struck tho nose
of a horse backed up to a grocers donr
—brushed against an oxpresB wagon—
akinned along '.be side of a Btreet oar-
and finally locked wheels with a beer
wason. Nothing waa broken—nobody
disturbed in mind or body. A harness-maker backed her horso out and
headed him down street, aud tlie
serene journey was again resumed, to
be interrupted on the next blocn by
the animal bringing up ugninst tho
baek end of a farmer's wagon.
"What in blazes—-!" roared the farmer. But he stopped there. She bad
dropped the linos to tuck iu the lap
robe.
Down at .the next street three men
stood talking. The phmton croasod
over and made a hoe line for them aud
drove them off, aud then crossed baok
and skinned along a pile of brick aud
drove four or five atone cutters to jump
for their lives, It was just half n block
. further that the horse was "hawed" to
cross to a photograph gallery. Vehicles were crossing in a mob. A private
carriage was stopped doad still, a fish*
ruin's cart backed into a sand team,
and a plumber's horso given ft set-back
to last him for a month, Hut retribution waa at hand, A two-torse dray
caught a hind wheel of the pluuton and
wronohed it df, nnd drove splinters
into tho pavement. Somo one held
tho horse, and somo one else-helped
the woman out. and when she surveyed
the wreck she mildly observed:
*'l wonder how on oarth lhat oold
possibly have happened, when I am
such a good driver!"
I give 'you fair warning. 1 saw her
at the wagon shop yesterday bargaining for a new wheel. Sho intends to
drive out again. No arrangements enn
be made with the signal service mnn
to hoist the danger signal when elm
starts out, nor will the police ride on
ahead and olemt the streets, .The public must look out for itself until the
legislature again convenes and some
law can be made tu cover thu case.—-
Detroit Free Press.
The President has liow Bet the bost
example uf his life to the honored old
bachelore of the land. There are hnlf
a million of them thnt have been wearing out tho hinges of front gates and
wasting gas and conl in the parlors
who should at once arise to an appreciation of their lost opportunities and
begin life by obeying the implied injunction to the race aUhe beginning,
when it was declared that "it was not
J ood for mao to he thine,"—Ch kayo
nter-Ocean,
Absolutely
Tliis powder novor varies.  A murvol 61
■hiHtv,-*li'i*iu-lli anil wlitili'simii'iicss. Mure
I'l'.iiininli'iil ili'iu thu imllnnrv kinds,and
cunmil liu sold In cmii'ii-illun with the
multitude of low test, short welKlii alum
or i.luisnhalc -iiiwilers. Sold only In ■■mis,
ItOYAl.ltAKlNii I'UWIiKlf CO., WII Willi HI.,
New York. Woly
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERYMAN A DEALBRIN
Fruit nnd Ornamental Trees
Ladner's Landing, B. G.
THE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN-
fi-i-in lln' | pie of Hriii-.li Coluinliln
thal.hu liii.-i estiililNlicd a Nursery at Ladner's Ltuidlng, and is 'u'e'iared to Jill
ill! orders for Fruit Trues, Ornuriiniliil
'Ives, Shrubbery, Vines, Small IjVulls,
Ac Trees Imported .or home, urown r-c-
ennllni* to the wishes of customer!-. Tlie
subscriber has hod a-thorou-ih practical
training in the business, and hnvin**- n
■HTiuaiient. si like In Ih-'eoiini-y ll is his
interest to deal fairly willi Mie -mlilie. liu
will wait upon thu various towns and set-
tlomonts shortly, nnd nil orders will imve
Ids personal attention.
uul'itc E. HUTCHERSON.
To the Free and Independent Electors of the District of Xew Westminster;
GENTLEMEN.-       *
Numerous assurances of support voluntarily tendered, wtth the very siihsluntinl
vole nccordcit me nt the Inst neiu nil-election, have prompted inoaimlti toolt'ur myself ns n candidate for your siittVnsrcfj.
Since 1 last had the honor of addresslm,-
yott,(|uestlonso( vllal Import lot he future
Welfare of the province have liy mutual
legislation on llio pnrlof the Dominion
anil l'rovineiat covernmenls been settled,
upon conditions which have heen latilled
bv :i I urge mn jorlty of our Into representatives, As a result uf such settlement lliu
sum of $250,01)0, Dry-dock refund, was solemnly promised for mnlnlniid improvements hvlhe present, -,'ovcniment audi
shall, if elected, sli-eiiuoiisly Insisl upon
the promise so mado boing faithfully ear*-
ried out.
I nm opposed to thu llipior Ucensliifr
power hem-- vesled in a innuisll'ate's eourt,
as isi'lu-*: incompuliblc with Uie well-
known principles of responsible government. In my opinion tho question of
granting I Inuorlicon'SeS should be dt-ctded
hv the mn iorily of the bona llde residents
in each settlement, in accordance with
Sice. I.Cbap. lllll of the Consolidated Statutes of British Columbia.
I shall advocate ii Just equality of luxation, whether rual. personal or Income;
tin' modification of class le-*lstntloii ns
applied to the learned professions; nnd u
revision of the code at present employed
In iho collect hm of smull debts.*:
I will advocate nnd support such legislation ns shall tend to the gnuluul exclusion of the Chinese.
"While favoring to the fullest extern (tee
uml compulsory common school education, 1 shnll oppose the establishment of
a provincial university as being a luxury
we can not as yet nlVord.
Iain in favor of all government grunts
to muiilcliialilies being expended on Ihe
IrUllR or lending ronds Iu eneli municipal it v, under Ihe direct Ion and supervision
of tlie municipal counoil.
I will advocate the Imposition of statute
lnbor hi all nmnielpalllies, making it optional willi each municipality to adopt
labor or n money commutation.
These are my views on some of t he oiics-
liuns wliich occur to me ns hplng of Importance to tbe future prosperity nf tliis
dlslrlet and province, should vou favor
nicwllhyni.reonhd.-ncc, I shall endeavor
earnestly, faithfully mid impartially to
represent llie various inlercstsof the district in such nwny ns shnll mei-ll (Ito confidence reposed in me.
lum,Gentlemen,
Vour Obedient. Servant,
jnclO JOHN KIItKLAND.
To the Eleetors of New Westminster Dlstrlet:
GENTLEMEN.-
llnving bud the honor to be nominated
by n large and lnlluential meeting of the
electors of this dlslrlet, ns a candidate at
the approaching election,
I would slate that I am n farmer will;
lnrge interests in tblsdlstrhd.conscoucnt-
lyum lu n l-et(cr posit ion to ltnow all voui
wants, and work for (lie best Interest* of
the country, than men who liave no per-
in anent interests nnd who have heretofore
almost Invariably turned Victorians ns
soon us lhey crossed the Gulf of floorgln.
I am In fuvor of n removnl nf lliu capital from Victoria lotlie mainland, us being more central, and to thnt end should
endeavor to have the constitution altered
so Hint every district sbould lmvo i-opro*
senttilinn nccording to Its electorate. III;
stead of, as ut present, wher" we Iind Victoria clly, with barely 1,000 voters, sending four represent*, I Ives, while tills dislrlci, with over l,.r.00 volers, Is allowed but
three.
I am furthermore nf Ibe opinion thut
Ibis district should be subdivided, and
tlint tbu city of Vancouver sbould have
lis own representatives.
II is to be regretted (lint tlie land question Is no nearer setlb'inent (bail ll wns
years ago, and I am of opinion Mini llic
local govornment Is very much to blame
for i he presont verv unsatisfactory state ol
aflttlrs. And so lonir us lhey conltnue to
sei up claims to lands which lhey cannot
sn list« nl late nis for instance in the case of
Ihu Hnmas dyking reserve), so long will
the Dominion -joverument refuse to denl
' "   " Is proved by tii
nid r
:|llll
■llllll il
Ibe i-rcM-nli
H All
ISIHl-f I!
year,   i
>f repealing the Dyking Acl
and widvln*,' whatevi-rclaim weinav nave
lo the lands in favor of the Dominion
-*nvci-niiicni,oii condition of thclrgivhii-
liona llde settlers their (-runts al once al
md more Mian one dollar per acre.
II Is also essential Mint Ibis province
-in friendly terms witli Ibe Do-
	
'iV-'J'
I would bu In a posiliou louseits in-
(1-icncc In the mutters of dri'il-jlmr, nag
pulllii'', in-iil tnallui>. Ac; also wub regard lo reducing lhe Indian reserves, lhe
presen' size uf which arc deirimeniai to
lln- Inlercstsof the illslrle'.
While (avoring the prosont common
seliool syslem.and bellevlnglbnt 11-.lioiihl
he cxleuded,so Mint the rudiments of a
good cilucallon would be wllliln lhe reach
of all, i am opposed to the -Yr.-hlgh school
system, as well Ils the Unlversllv' wliich
some Inlercsicd purl Ies would like lo sue
started In VlelorJu.at the espenseoflhe
people ,n h I fii I losee wliy fanners-.lum Id
he luted (oun-ililo thrlvlngelM^ns■„„•
mercbnnls In obtain a free classical education for I heir suns and acta imp) ish menls
foi'thclrdiuighieiN,
I am In fuvor of ull government granls
to municlpiillllex being paid direct l„ (he
municipal councllslnbee*-.peiidedai their
discretion,and thnt each secllon shall receive an appropriation lu proportion to
the revenue derived tberefi-otn, Independent n? Its political creed.
I hnve found by personal experience
tliat good roads are onu ol tbe greafest
requisites in Opening up country districts,
and I should always do all In my power
In this direction.
There arc also a variety of other pu1)l|<*
works which need Ihe atlenlloii of novern-
iiient, such as tho darning of small
sloughs, Ac, which al present nr** lhe
menu.- of Hooding large ureas uf coiinlry.
While measures enlciilated lo further
the best iuleresls of ihe country will always receive my Hiippurl, no muller dom
whom they may einanute, I regret tlml I
cannot, promise my support lo the pri-eiii.
government,us I consider thai thev have
encouraged class legislation of a nature
lluil. is hurtful lothe interests of thisdts-
(liet.itnd that, a great, mnny of llu'Ir meii-
Miies are dictated rather In I he I Men.-ils of
Victorin and individuals than In lhe lil-
tereslsof Ihu province iiLJnrge,-''-   ■■.•'■   *'
Theru aru also a great mitny oilier questions Whicli It Is lill|»JSsihietoget iiilou
short address of this natnre, hut which I
lions to hnve thoplcusurc of Inllilti-* nvnr
with yoii-beforu lhe-lay of .election,
In •ioneliislnn, genllemen, If, itfler due
consideration, you do mu the honor of
Heeling lite ns oneof your re|iresenlal I vus,
1 pledge myself lo furllier your Interests
by every mentis In my power.
I have the honor lo be, (Jun I lemon,
Vour O bed I mi i Servant.,
JtfM L. A< AGASSIS!-
HO ImGRANITE GREEK
The Driard House
IS THE BEST HOUSE TO STOP AT IN
8RANJTEJITY,
FIHST-CI.AHS ACCOMMODATION, und
llifTrrbU'irliiilillerl lvltli every possible ilelicnuy. Tiro Irnti'l Is undor (lie personal niniiiiKeineiit of Uro well-known
enteral', 11. F. Boy	
110YCJK A CAIRNS,
mimic Proprietors.
STORAGE.™
FORWARDING!
1 GEO. IKE
AGENTS FOR O. P. N. OO.
-1*17 E AllE NOW PREPARED TO 11E-
) V eeive, Store and attend to. Forward*
in-- (ioods from
HOPE TO GRANITE CITY.
Fraser A Peters.
Urine, ll.C.,AprllUll,lS80. 2-up.lm
WEST END
Plain and Fancy
Bread, Buns, Pies, Cakes,
And Confectionery always on hand.
GROCERIES PROVISIONS
Delivered o any part of tho Clly.
"LliTT BROS.,    Columblu Street,
Je21-to
To the Electors or New Westminster Dlstrlet:
GENTLEMEN I
Having consented to offer myself as a
eiuulldiite In tlie cointn-j election;
If elected. I shall endeavor to Imve the
hinds t-niihitned In the railway holt thrown
opon to Hcttlmi-, knowing an Idotho dlH-
eourii--enieiitunUuneortnliity thut settlers
have had to contend with for the Inst ton
years.
I will oflttlst in securing a thorough revision of Iho i-mviiu'lnl laws minting to
the liquor traflic. especially with a view
tolimltlng llio number of licenses to be
issued: preventing the sale uf llquonon
.Sunday and during certulii hours of tha
night; and also nr-ividlngertleieiit machinery for l horni min (storing and enforcing
of sueh acls as may he passed.
I am In favor of redlKlrllnjUon nf soatH,
us the vntinif power of this district is
very much In excess of tjwt of other din*
trlets In the province. In order that thc
ilillereiit localities may ho more fully represented,! um in fuvor of dividing thc
district lnln ridings.
I will sustain the present government
In sn far as their action shall he 111 tic*
contiince wllh these views.
So fur as is posilblt" in so short a lime
I shnll luce! the electors at the various
polling stations to further explain my
views.
I nm, ('lentlemon,
Yours Respectfully,
Je2D A. C. WHLEA
To the Electors or New Westminster District:
GbsTLEMKH :—-
Having Iiml the honor of being chosen in conjunction with Messrs. McGillivray and Orr as oue of the People's
Candidate1! to represent tliis District tn
the next Provincial I'nrliniuent, T bog to
solicit yuur votes und influence at the
next election, on the 7th of July next.
1 beg to stnte some of my views on
tho locnl issues of the day :—
1. That I think the action of the prea*
cut Government detrimental to tke best
interests of the Province.
'2. Would use all endeavors to have
tlio lauds in tho rnilway lwlt opened to
sottlcrs, nnd get them tlieir titles; also,
tliat thc Dominion nssist the Provincial
Government to build roads ami bridges
through said lauds.
X Amend Sumas Dyking Act, ao aa to
relievo those parties now suffering from
its injustice.
4, A liberal allowance for Publio
Schools, and make High Schools* self-
supporting.
5. Making anil repairing road* and
bridges throughout the Distriot.
li. Give wife thc tight of dower.
7. Oppose monopolies and retain the
land for actual Bottlers.
8. Restrict Chinese immigration.
(I. Consolidate Municipal Act, and old
Council retain ollice till new one sworn in.
Being n resident of this Province for
over 28 years, and well known to many
ot ynu, ami having ull my interest iu
this District, you may rest assured, gentlemen, should you do tne the honor to
elect me as your representative, I will
use my best endeavors for the interest of
this District nml the Province at large.
It is proposed to hold meetings at tlio
different polling stations, of which due
notice will be given, when I shall be
happy to meet you und explain my views
more fully.
I have the honor to be, gentlemen,
Your obedient servant,
WM; H. LADNER.
IjADSKR's h.\S'lilN(i, June 21, 188(1.
To tiie Electors of New Westminster District:
qentLemen.-
liuving roceivod n written requisition
from a number of the electors to allow
myself to be placed in nomination nt tho
coming election, ntid, after duly consid*
eriiifl the iiinttor, I hnve consented to
comply with thoir requests
Should you honor mc with your conti-
dunce, und elect mc ns yonr representative, 1 shnll advocate the following pleasures:
The settlement of the rnilway land I
look upon its of pninmnmit importance,
und will urge upon the Dominion government tlie necessity of giving to settlers
such title us will stimulate confidence in
tbo good intentions of the (government
nnd set aside that feeling of insecurity
which now Oxists,
I wi ll udvocutc a redistribution of uents
ami endeavor to secure, as fur as possible, representation bused upon population, *
A bill tot the removal of tho capital to
the mainland will receive my strongest
support, and I will urge Upon the government the importance of making sueh
prov-isions us will secure to tho province,
in this particular, a speedy and proper
result.
J shall favor a cliango in tbo licensing
system, by the enactment of a law that
will place thc granting of licenses In each
settlement or municipality in tbo bands
of actual residents.
Any mciumre having a tendency to restrict Chinese labor and immigration will
receive from nio a hearty support.
I'am. in fuvor uf placing all monies
appropriated foi' municipal work uncoil*
ditiunnlly in' the hands of the municipal
counoil, an 1 consider, it would be more in
conformity with tbe truo principles of
responsible government than in the way
in which grunts ure now made, nud would
lend to better results,
Iho erection of school houses, the construction . of roads and bridges where
necessary, will always receive my liest
attention,
1 do not plcdgo myself to any party,
but will support any measure which I
consider   benefits  my  constituents, no
matter from wliat source it may emanate.
I hnve tho honor to be
Vour obedient servant,
HENRY DAWSON,
—OP THE—-
VICTOR]
Hus appointed the Underalgncil his
Agent for Mow West minster City mid
District.
All Orders by Mull or otherwise will lie
promptly attended to,
Designs, Samples of Material uud Prices
furnished on application.
C. R. MONCK.
New Wosl., Mny Dint, li
Jn2tir
BRUNETTE
(LIMITED)
(LATE DEBECK BROS. & GO.)
Hllla and Ofllce nt Hnppcrton, one
mile Irom New Westminster.
Brunch Lumber Yard at Vancouver,
MANUFACTURERS AND 1)EAI,KHH IN
ALL KINDS OF
Rough and Dressed
LUMBER
Shingles,
Shakes,
l-atlis.
Pickets.
ii
Doors.
Windows.
Blinds.
Mouldings.
Brackets.
Balusters.
And everything in the Wood Line re
quired for building purposes.
H. I,. d'bBEOK,
mhlitc Manager.
Has imported from London, Eng.,
n large stock of
MILLINERY
The Latest Shapes und Fashion,
Trimmed and Untrimmed
HATS,
Feathers,  Flowers,
l|W.I
Alao, a good Assortment of
Jerseys,   Gapes,
Dolmans,
Jackets,
As lute in fashion, clicup nnd ;,fni.rl
us to lie Inul in I', 0.
Kerr li I'o's X. M. T. M-jd. Il-coril
Spools, SOc. per doien.
Wo keep a stock of
WOOLS
OF ALL KINDS,
-AM,-
Gento' Fnnilite
At tlm ciiinnit'iiconicnt of nnuthur
Spring we tako thin opportunity to
thank tho public fur past favo.m, nnd
hopo fur n contitiuance of the samo.
Globe House
WM. RAE,
-Jjvjtanaijrer.
ClouuiiiiA Strut,
NliW WlWTMlKhTKB.        np3to
NOflCE.
AM, ACCOUNTS DUB TO MB MOW
Ite pnid forthwith nlherwlne they will
ho plnced In the ImndH of my nol Id tor.
fl, r-EIHEIt.
Xew Wi'HtmliiHier, May 18,1860.
Ilimynni
Sittings ofthe County Court
of Cariboo
WILL 111", HOtDBN AT THK UNHKR-
mentlpnotl [)|iiecs anil tlnu'.i, vl/,:—
At LILLOOET On Ith .Inne noxt.
At CLINTON On 17ih June next.
At SODA CREEK ,'0'ti BOtll June noxt.
At ClUESNELLEM'TH, Oil .Inl July next.
Al lUCIIKIEU) On SI li July next.
Ity Command,
JOHN  ROIWON,
mj-20 I'n-vincitil Seeretnry.
EpUOATrojt BitAXOIl or
l'FHivi.sciAi.Sr.citi-rrAiiv'sDKi'AinriiiNT,
Mny 2GI.li, ISSti.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENTHAT
the Annual Kxiuuhiiitloii of t'niidl-
dates for (VrUHenlei of 'liiiilllli'iitlnu to
lt-ar)i In Hm l'nliliti K-'Imols of tho Province will lie held In lhe LOKlsltitlvo Afl-
semldy Hull, Victorin,coiiiim-nelus at
10 A. M. OH MONDAY, Cth JULY.
Inlomliiig Ofthdidatba ure rcfjtilrod lo
notify this uVparliiO'iH und furnish TestI-
ni on litis prior lo June Bfltli.
Applicants for Ui-newnl uf lVrlltleiiti's
arc hcri'liy untitled In comply with suli-
sccllon S of seel ion ll nf the "PuMIc
School Aet, 1885."        s, D. PupK,
Je2td     Huiit'i-lnteniit'iil of Education.
HIS HONOUR
Governor hns
point tho following
turning OlUoara for
Net opposito thoir re.
S,yf.U. Combe, Blc
Thornton Fell,
M. Bray,
J.J.Austin,
Henry Fry,
U. K.lirnfilil-*,
Charles Warwick.
Joslas 0. Hughes,
William liodd.
Frederick Soues,
John Bnwron,
A. Vf. Vowel 1,
Walter Anderson,
THE LIEUTENANT*
en pleased lo ap*
iitii'iuen to lm Re*
Elevtoritl litslri.'ts
•tivo names, viz..-
it. Bit
.ptVlotorlaOIty
victoria.
Nnnaimo.
Ksquimult.
t'owlcliaii.
Comox.
New Westminster City
New Westminster.
Yale,
I,I lionet.
Garlboo,
Koo lenity.
JJsJf^
PUBLIC HIGHWAY.
HAYHE  ISLAND.
NOTICE IS HEREBV GIVEN THAT
HlKliway.ffl-fri-l. i" wltllli, 's hereby
established ns tollows, vl/.:
Com maiming at a onlnt on the main
mail  nhout   7  ehulns   from   tlie   wlinrf;
thenco southerly in1.-, chains to tliflS. E.
corner of \v. T. t'oiiinsoirs i-nurier-sec*
tion; theuce S. :||c IO. ilclmlns; llicnc-s.
fticw.   1   chains;   Ihenee   N. l>:|=   \V.  Ill
e'lalns; llicnccS.7!l-\V.-Jlclmlns; llieni
N. "lie   Vf.  I.i chains; Ihenee H.*U*-> Vf.
chains; thonco8. t''° W. a olinlns, mm
or less, lo a poinl on the Irall toVilln-'c
Bliy. WM. SMITHE,
Chief Coin, of Lands A Works
Lands .V Works Depurtineiil,
Vlclnrlu, June llilh, 1880.      jwOwl
WHEREAS THE LIEUTENANT*
Governor In Council Is empowered
under llic "I'uldli* School Act, ISSV' In
create School Hlstrlc!-;, ill niMIMnn li
those nlreiKlyi'xlstin-:, and lo dellno tin
lioundarles thereof, und from I i me to tlmt
to alter tlie l.nuiulurk-s of existing Ills
trlets. it Is hereby i.oflN.'d tlmt Ills Honour hus been pleased tu create the tract of
land will-iu the iiinlermeiuioiied hou
uriesn Scbn-,1 Dl.-tricl. .mdot the till
the-'Aldcrtlrnve School Disirlcf," vl*
Comnionclnj: m the norlli-wcst cor
nf Keel Inn :||, Tnwnslil]* 10, New Weslmln-
sler IHsiriel; llier Iriicensi tnlhe noi
enst corner of .Section V., Township Pt;
thence smith to the Ynle Wfljton Ruad;
thenro ojtat oil nnld rontl to Ihewcslen
brmndnry line of Soetion 2l,TmMisIilplBi
thenee south In tbe Mill puriiHi-l of llltl-
lu.ie; Ilienee wesl tibnij- snid pimillel lo
tbesoutll-wcsl cornel' nf Secllon :l,Tnwn-
ship 10; thence true norlli to lhe polntof
commencement.
Also tlml Ills Honour bus been plensed
loercute (lie followliiun.'iet of land lo he
a "School IHslilct, under the tille of the
"Coldslrenin School I'l-trlel," viz,:
Allthattracl of land known as Town-
siiip(l,(isnvons Division of Yale Dlslrlet.
Also thut Ills Honour has been pleased
ln.llrccllii.il the boundnrles of "1'liesls'
VnllevSebonI Di-lrlel" '.e altered and redefined us follows:
All Of Townships S nnd 1), Osoyoos Division of Yule Dislrlci.
Ry Command,
JOHN   liOltSON,
Jc'Jilwl Provincial secretary.
NOTICE
TS I!EREH\ OIVEN Uml applicnllon
1 will ho made tot In- ],c-ilslnllv-> Assembly uf Ilie Province of Hiltlsh Columbia,
at the next session thereof, for an Actio
ilii!orporate a company fort lie purpose of
const rue 11 uu, managing and lualniuiulii'-
Watcr Works ai the terailnal point of the
I'unadlnii I'acitlc Ualhvuyonfonl Hnrbor
and English Hny, ami for the purposes
llmrcof gran ting to ihe snid company the
privilege nf Inking wilier from rupihiiiu
Creek. Burnaby Lake or oilier suilahlc
points, wiib power to the said company
10 hut Id Homes, aipietblels. lay (dpi J.ereel
dams,ncquire lumls, nnd do all other nets
nnd thlnus necessary for the purposes
aforesaid.
EBERTS A TAYLOR,
Solicitors for Appllcnnts.
Bated Rcpteinbcr.llilh, ISS.'). defile
W. IRVING.
P. STRAHAN
IRVING & STRAHAN,
ior, Rt-iibic iiiiil i'nliinili'la si*.
FUENITUEE
MANUFACTURERS,
—ANII-
UPHOLSTERERS
Spring mid Wool Mnllrcsscs uml
llnMlug nlwnya oa hnnd.
IIAVK ON HANIITHE
LAUVK8T AMI iftjHT s'llllli ol' lill
NITIIJIJ ON TUU IIAIMAM).
I-J.tllllill.'l. fir]. Olllr'O llllll Blors Killings.
TERMS EASY.
I). S. OUim.8, AatlNTi
N. v Wcstiiiinstci'.
M. H. C.J0WAN, .lEriiKTAii",
JolOto Viotorin.
PROCLAMATION.
Electoral District of New Wcstmin-
ster, To Wit:
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN
tn lhe Electors of (lie District of Now
Westminster, thnt in obedience t« Her
Malesty's Will to me directed,and hear-
instdule Iht-Jlrtl dny of June, In the year
of Our I,ont one thousand el-jlit hiliiilred
nml clj-hiv-six, I l'C(|Ulie thu pre-teiietMif
lite saiti Kl.vhir^itPuuelrsIIolel.Rrowil-
vllle, on IheiMrddnyof J line, at l-Jo'elock
noon.for lhe puruoHO of Electing tlirec
perxmslo represeni them In the Leglsln-
t ll re of IIiIh J'iiivIimid.
The mode of noiiiluuiion of Candidates
shall bt; us follows:
ThoCnudldates shall he uninitiated In
writ lm:, tho wrltin-* shall lie subscribed by
i \vo ri'Kistered voiersof I he District us proposer and seconder, and by Ihrue olhor
re-ib-lered volers of the said Dislrlci as
assent in'-lo Hid noiiiliiutloii, und slmll he
delivered m the Kelnruliij: (llliccr at uny
time between llic dale of Iho Proelama-
tloii and 1 p.m. of 'lie day of nomination,
unit In (he event of a pull helnj* nccessurv
sueh poll will bt'open on the 7l.ll tiny Of
July, ISSlI, at
iMalsipil, ItlveraldO.
Punch's Hotel,Seinhihmoo Road.
Town Hull, Itlehmond.
Town Hull, surrey.     ■
C'ourl House, Hurrurit Inlet.
Mr. JIuntM House, Hull's Prairie
Moodyville,
Aggatil)!'.-) Luiidlng.
Mr. York's House, I'pper Sumas,
Alder lirnvc, Short reed's.
School House, Humus.
"     La-   ley.
" "      Mai'L'RidKO.
" "      Treiiuiil.
Centrcvillc Seliool house, Chilli whack.
School House, llurton Prnirie.
(•        "     l.ehmun's [.niidlii-:.
"      t.'lovcr Vallev.
"       "     Port Moody.
Of which every poraon is horoby rcqulrdd
lolui-c notice and gororn himself necni'l-
liijil y,
(.liven under my liund nl Vancouver the
7th day nf Juno, ono thousand cl^ht hundred nnd eighty-six.
.1. li HUGHES,    •
jeiild RglUrnlngiOniocr.
[L. S.]   0LEMENT I-'. CORNWALL
CANADA.
PROVINCE OP" llUiriSH COLUMBIA.
VICTORIA, hy Ibe Grace of God, of lliu
United Kliiifdom of Great Hrltuln nud
Ireland, Qi-i-.rs, Defender of lhe Eulth,
&e„&c
To nil to whom Ibese proseiilssliull come.
Gni*K'riN(i.
A PROCLAMATION.
At.i-y.K 11, Davik, ) *rt71IKREAS It Is
wl.J   yy.,,a*Jyl8Ublolo
establish fho foil
places In the acvi
tornlDislrlctsbL'
.Cmtdltloual pollim,'
■nt nnd respective Elec-
.dmtfler niuncil,
NOW KNOW VE, Mini, by virtue of the
luilhorllv condoned In tin' "Oualillciilbni
tins llejii-ti-ntinn of Voters' Act, 187(1," llio
Lientcntitnl-liovcriiorin Counell ihrlnres
thnt the following additional polling
phiCes ■■bnl I lie, nod lhey nfc hereby, eslit-
Idlshed for I he several Electoral Districts
thc nanioa of which am set opposllc such
poltitiK places respectively,   that  Is to
'"Palling Piiiccs. Electoral Dlsl.
School Iiouse, Sonienos..   Cowichan,
Uurtmi Prnirie School
AtoodyviYio'.\".'.3..!v!irm;
Surroy Town Hull	
PI. Mootlv Seliool House
Leliuian':' Landing New Wosiin'r
School irouso ."-..   "
Clover Villlev School
House	
Alder Grove, shorlreed*
AgainlK'i L(tmiiKi	
Asbcrofl Slulion	
Shuswap I'ralrle ItostO
Priest's Vullcy, "
nl lb
Ooutlio's Lower Nlcnlu..
tlrnuitcCity,Gnveru-
liiellt Otlice	
Kpullumeheeii, ul   Geo
Wallace's	
Yalb
Cnrihoo,
Chllcoaten	
Empire Ranch,wcstHldol
of Eraser ) Lillooet.
Eli'rwol! 'I
Winderiiierc	
Ki
Dnnabl...
""wnbn
I OK'
ik.'..
; Knnle
ny.
MeCullough'.s Creek I
Lorne Creek  i
Mcikknt1iai;'::;:.;::;::'::::::;:fCi,8Nlm'-
Nana Hlver J
Aibqr.nl    Nnnnlmo,
IN Tfiatoiony Wil i:ni:oi', Wc have caused
these Our!,oilers to be mude Patent,nnd
I lie Great Seal of Ibo said Province to be
hereuntonfllxod: WiTNKSa.thoHononi**
nble Cm'.mkxt I**.'Co iin WALL, Llculen-
anl*Govcriior of Our said Province of
Uritish Columbia, In Our said Citv of
Victorin, In Our suit! Province, this third
dav of.) une, in the yearof Our Lord one
IhousniidclL-h! hundred nnd eight-sly,
nml in  Hie forlv-nliilh   year  of Our
Hoigu,
Ry Comma nd
JNO.'ROBSON.
provinoial Secreiary.
[L.S.]  CLEMENT E.CORNWALL.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OE BRITISH COLUMBIA.
VICTORIA, hy tho Grace of God, of lhe
Culled Kingdom of Grent Britain und
li.bind.Oi i , . I- . .. :■ i oflln I'allh,
Ac, Ac, AO,
_ Presents shall come.
A PROCLAMATION.
.I-KX. E.U. DAVlK.l-lTrHEREAS,   Wo
Attorncy-Gcueuil. j VV nredeBlmusnnd
-e.l.i
V hi-,
it our
pcoplmf nur province of Brit lull Columbia, uml to hnvo thoir advice In Our Legislature, We ih. mnke known Our Royal
Will and PleuKure to call a new  Legislative Assembly of uur suld  Province;  and
do further decline lhat, by Ibo ndvice of
our Executive Council of llrltlsh Columblu, Wc liiive Ihis dny given orders foi
Issuing our Writs in duo fnrm, for call
lu-- a m-w   Lcglnhilive  Assembly for Oil I
said Province, which Writs are to bear
dale on the Third duy of .Inne,  Inslunt,
and (o be reiurnahk-   nn or beforo the
First day of September linjjl.
In Testimony WjIBHROl^ Vfe have caused ihoseOur Loiicr.-. io he made Patent,
and Ibe Publio Heftl ofthe snhl Province
lo he hereunto alllxed: WtTNKHS, The
Honourable Ci,i*mknt   !•'.   Coiinwai.I.,
Lleuleiinut-Gnvei'iioi' of Our said Pro*
vlneeof ItrllNi  Columbla,ln Our Clly
ofVlo-orh-, in onr suhl Province, ihis
Third dnv of .luno, In the jenr of Our
Lord one thousand eight hundred und
eighty-six. und in iho forly-nliitli year
of our Holglli
BvCommiiiid, .
.lAMEsC. PREVOST.
Registrar of Iho Supreme Court.
[L.8.]   CLEMENT!'. CORNWALL.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OE 111UTIHH COLUMBIA,
VICTORIA,!
I'limi'i
if  God. of thu
'lit Britain ami
Ireland, ('n:i:\*, Defender ofthe palth,
&e„ Ao;, -So;
To ul I to whom these Presents una) I oome.
GuKrriNii.
A PROCLAMATION.
P, .1-:. HtviK
Hop. AHorucy-Gc  	
miry lo conllnue (he Polling Placo at
Boyd and K'llgour'.--, In tlie Electoral
Dlstrlel of New Wcslinlnsteri ami whereas it Is advisable lo appoint a PoIIUik
Plii.-Milll.i-T.'wii llnll.lllehiimml.ln the
said Electornl Dislrlci:
NOW KNOW YE, that hy vliluoof llio
niilhorllyt'ontained In thC'Elcellun Rcg-
tilalinn Aot, 1871,"(iiiil lhe "ijualincutlou
uud R<*glslrationof Voters Act, 18.ll," nml
niiieiiillng Acts,aud of all oilier powers
iiiul aiiiborilles lu lhat bebnlf enabling,
H,., Lluniem.ni.i'ove r lo   r.» H .1, •
dares, and H Is lien-by deelnreil, thut the
Polling I'lticf at Boyil and Klliionr's, in
tbo r-n-lG Elccloritl  Dlsli'lcl.  shall  bo ills-
eonlluui d, and furllier, Ihiit an iiddltlon-
nl   PolIltiL'   Placo  ill Iho   said   Electornl
Disii-lct slmll hn uitpolnted and oslubllsli-
eil ni Hie 'iv.vn  Hull, Rlchinoiul,  lu Iho
Huld Electoral DIstrtcL
InTkhmmonv Wiikukok, Wo have oaused thai D Our Loiters lo lie mnde I'alent,
nnd ihoOi-oat Seal ofthe snid Province
lo   bo   i ercuiito alllxed; WlTNKHH, the
nonoiiriiidc Ci,esm:.nt  1'*, Coiinwau.,
Llcntotitiiil*flovernor of Onr snid  Province of Brlllsh Columbia, in Our Clly
nf Vlelo-hiilu Our suld Province. Ihis
Third di.', of,luno, In the yonr of Our
l.'iiil onetlumsaml tdght hundred and
eighly-Klx* mid In lhe forty-ninth year
nrotir nelgii.
BvCoiiiinand.
.INO, UOBSON,
Provincial Hooretnry,
LI* S.]   CLEMENT Y. CORNWELL.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
VICTORIA, by tho Grace of God, of the
United Kingdom of Great. Britain and
Ireland, QtiRntr, Defender oMho-Faltli,
Ac,, Ac, Ac,
A PROCLAMATION.
111/ HEREAS II
I.J W i« udvls-
tiddillnnal  Polling
P, ^Si InviNQ,
Den, Atlorncy-General.
able to eslablisli an r    .
Place In (he Electoral District Of Cassiar*
NOW KNOW YE, (liatlho-vlitiieof tho
authority coiiialued In the "I'uulilicnllon
and Registration of Voters Aet, I87U," the
Llou I cnu ill-Govern or 111 Council declares
that an additional Polling Place shall bo,
and the same Is hereby, established at the
Inverness Cannery lu the said Electoral
District.
In TestimomvAViiebkop, We have caused
I hose Our Letters to be made I'alent, and
the Greal Seal of tho suld Province to lie
hereunto affixed: Witskns.I he Honourable-Ci.kmknt V. Coiinwkm., Lleulon-
iint-Govorunr of Our said Province of
British Columbia, in Our City of Victoria, in Our said Piovlnee, this Third
day nf Juno, In tho yoar or our Lord
ouo thousand elf-bl hundietl and olgllty-
slx.audtn the forly-nlnth yoar of Our
Reign,
By Command.
JNO. ROBSON,
lUJoJt Provincial .Secretary.
[L. H.[  CLEMENT P. CORNWALL
VICTORIA, by the Graoo of God, of the
United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Iroland, Qukij-:n, Defender of tlie Kalth,
Ac.,Ae,,Ac.
To tho'Rot urn ing Officer of tlio Electoral
District of New Wostmlii'-ter City.
WHEREAS His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor   of British   Columbia
has, hy a l-rocliimntioahcurin*' date Iho
:ird day of June, 18-111, been pleased to do-
solve the Legislative   Assembly  of the
snid Province; and wbcrca-s It. is uoei-ssnrv
to hold Elections throughout  tho   suld
Provinco to lill thc vacancies caused   hv
dissolution. We command you that, notice of the tlm-* and place of Election being duly given, you do cause Election to
bo mndo acrnrufm* to law, of One Member
to serve In the Legislative Assninblv of
tho Province of British Columbia, for the
Eleelorn!  District of New Westmlnsler
City, anil that you do cause the nomination of Candidates iU. such election (o he
bold on the 23rd day of June, 188(1, and do
cause (he name of such Mont hor, when so
elected, whether ho be present brltosont,
to he certified to Our Supreme Court, at
Iho City of Victoria, on or before lhe lsl
day of Sent em her next, the Election so
made distinctly and openly undor Our
Heal duly endorsed upon this Our Writ.
In Testimony Whereof,Wo hnve caused
these Our Letters tu be made Patent
under the Great Seal of Oursald Province of British Columhla: Witness the
Honorablo Clement Y, Cornwall, al. Our
Government House, at Vletorla, tho Hnl
day of Juno, In Iho yoar of Our Lord
one thousandclghI hundred nnd clghty-
Hi\*.
Bv Command,
JAMBS C. VREVOST,
Reulstrarnft.be Supreme Court
[L. H.]   CLEMENT P. CORNWALL.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OP BRITISH COLUMBIA.
VICTORIA, hy the Grace of God, of Ununited Kingdom of Great Itrllaln and
Ireland, tiirm-N, Defender of tbo l'-allli,
Ac, Ac, Ac.
To Our faithful the Mem born elected to
serve In Iho Loglslalure Assembly of
Our Provinco of British Columbia, and
lo all whom It may  concern,—GitUKT
A PROCLAMATION.
Ai.kx. E. aiUTlM, UrHEREAS Wc
Attorneifi-OeneraLj VV have thought (It.
by and wllh Ihe advice and consent of
Our Executive Council of Our Provlnoo of
British Columbia, to dessolve Iheproscnl
legislative Assembly of Our said Province,
whlcb stands prorogued until tlm Ninth
day of tiie mouth of August next.
NOW KNOW VE, that Wc do, for this
ond, publish this Our Royal Proclamation, and do hereby dessolve the Legl&hi-
live Assembly accordingly, and lhe Members thereof are discharged **rom tlioir
mooting and attendance on (ho said
Ninth day of August nc-i-t.
Is TusTra&NY WinntKor, we havo caused those Our Letters In be made Pntent
and the Groat Seal of British Columbia
lo bo hereunto affixed- Witsksh, the
honourable Clement p. Cohnwam,,
Lioutoiiiiiit-Oovcruor of Our suld Province of British Columbia, In our City
of Victoria, In Oursald province, Ibis
Thlrd*day of Juno, in the year of Our
I-ord One thousand eight hundred anil
eighty-six,tind In tlio forty-ninth year
ofOurRclgn.
By Command.
JAMES C. PREVOST,
Registrar ofthe Sttvrnne Court.
(L.H.]   CLEMENT P. CORNWALL.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OP BRITISH COLUMBIA.
VICTORIA, bythe Grace of God, of the
United Kingdom ol Gront Brilaln and
Ireland, Queen, Defender of tho Palth,
Ac, Ac, Ac.
To all to whom these Prosenls shall como.
GltEETINO.
A PROCLAMATION.
P. M InviNi-i,        1117 HEREAS a
Dep, Attorney-General, J W Writ fortho
Election of a Member of iho Letrlshitlve
Assembly for the Electoral District of
Knolonuv is about lo be Issued;
And whereas It Is expedient that the
place for the nomination of Candidates
in the said Electoral Dislrict should bo nl
Donald, In the said Electoral Dlslrlet;
And whereas by the "Election Regulation Act, 1871," tho Governor in Council
Is empowered, fmm time io time, to up*
point, by Proclamation, the pi ■ for the
nomination ofCnniHdnles in each Eleo-
ton. I hist rich
NOW KNOW VE., that. In pursuance of
the powers contained in Iho snid Acl, antl
of all othor powers ami authorities In
that behalf enabling, the Lieutenant-
Governor lu Council appoints nnd declares, and it is horoby unpointed nnd do*
olurcd, Ihat Donald shall be the place for
thc nomination of Candidates for election
to the Legislative Assembly In the Weel-
oral District of Kootonay,
In Tkktimony Wiieheok, Wo liavo caused thesiiOiir Loiters to in- made Patent,
and the Grent Seal of the snid Province
to bo hereunto affixed- wit,veh*i, the
Honourablo Clement p. Cuhnwau,,
Lieutenant-Governor of Our mild Province of British Coltimbin, In Our Clly
of Victoria, in Our said Province, ibis
Third duy of Juno. In the year of Our
Lord One thousand eight hundred and
elghtv-slx.nud lu the forty-ninth yoar
of Otll* Reign.
Ry Command.
JNO. ROBSON.
Provincial Secrclury
land Registry Ordinance, 1870
The Knstcrl-f Imlf or lm \o.Ti Klerk V,
-pnrlof the Town of OrnuVlllfi now
la lhe CU)* of Vtuiruuvcr.
WHEREAS THE CERTIPICATE OP
Tllleot Lewis Carlor iti lhe above-
mentioned lnnd has boon deslrovcd,and
application has boon made foradupllcato
(hereof; Notloo Is therefore hereby given
of mv Intention to Issue a fresh certificate
of title In lieu of thnt sndeslroyod, unloss
cause lio shown to the contrary within
one month from lhe dale hereof.
K. Vf, ARMSTRONG,
Depulylleglslrai-.
Land Registry Oflloe,
New Westminster, lllth Jnno, 18SI,
Jnlilml
ALBION
MARBLE WORKS
JAMES riHIIKU- Proprietor.
MONUMENTS, HEAD STONES, TOMBS,
TABLETS AND CROSSES, FURNITURE MARBLE, Ao.
Persons living nt a dlslanoo, by sending
ndesurlptluu of what thoy wish, can have
designs prices, ole., furnished on application, All work gmirault-od eipiat lo nny
on Iho Paelllc Const, nml at reasonable
rates,   N, D,*-No agents employed.
Gordon Sired, Victoria, II. 0.
Opp, HI. Andrew's Presbylerlim Clitiroh,
mb Pile
WHITE
THE CLOTHIER,
Huh .lust Received
OVER 300 MEN'S SUITS
A Large Quantity of
Boys' nnd Youth's
Clothing!
7 Caaoa of American
FELT    HATS
Also, iv full Hue of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
—HE NOW HAfJ	
Tho Best Assortment hi the abovo
Line ever exhibited In New
Westminster.
"J^a.T*BS1'   ST"S--LiES
At Lowest PoSHjl.ln rrlrros fnr (Jlisll.
Cnll Unrly  anil   Mnku  Yonr Ki'lfi-tlini.
Columbia Street Opp. Bauk of B. 0.
Importer juul Di-uler in
ft
Family Kroeerles!
 A> TS—
PROVISIONS.
Imported in quantity,
First-Glass in quality,
Sold at Bottom Prices
The best Place in the
Oity to buy your
Groceries.
D. McPHADEN,
Deane'a Brick Blur-It,
NEW WESTMINSTER, lt. V.
jno. ukiii. wm. cumurc.
PACIFIC
COLUMBIA STREET.
New Westminster, B. C.
)
HAVING PUliCHAKKn the.Black*
smithing busincris lutely carried on
hy Wi 11. Lewis, ninl tlie Pacific Car-
ringe Works, carried on hy Julmstone k
8mit.li, we are piepnred to nianufacttiro
all kinds of
Farm Wagons,
Carriages,
Phaetons,
Buggies,
Express Wagons,
Drays, Carts,
Stages,
And liverythiifft in tlio vehicle line,
on the shortest notice and ut reasonable prices.'
We ulso kenp in stock bho uliovc
articles, und nil kinds of Wngon
iind Currirgo Material.
Koonlrin^ rnlntliiK & Trim-
llllim done nt renBOimldc prices.
BLACKSMITHIHG
In all its brunches, l'm-nii'i's', toft
gers1, Mill nntl Contract Work, uml
Horseshoeing undertaken j Agricul
tiinil implements, nnd everything
in tho blacksmith line made to ordei
Wo also keep in stock to supplj
thc trade, -Iron, Stool, CumlicriiUH
Coal, Chain, Horso and .Ox Shoes
Steol and Iron Harrow Teeth, Har
rowB, Springs, Axles, and n comploti
stock of Carriage Hardware.
Having secured lirst-class work
men, wo feol i m lid ont of giving sat
isfaction.
All material and work lcnvin(
tho shop will lie guaranteed lirst
class, Orders from tho country
promptly attended to.
nihSto     UEFD Js CURRIE

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