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Array Hon A E B JJwie
Daily
TOUTMB2
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0., THURSDAY EVENIHO,
<?-*fe-==
M. 1887.
NUMBER 70
J.
"•'■■"■•■■•-"•"•■-S^).
j PHYSICIAN A SURGEON, ',
dwfealle Chilliwhack, BJC.
.WOLF »MITM, M.D.
D
OFFIOB-Olarltson Strset, opposite rear
entranee of Oolonlal Hotel.
RESIDENOE-Af nes BU, opposite new
Baptist Ohunh.
OVNOB HOURS-10 a. ro. tolJnooy; 9
to »; and Sim tot p. m. dnoioto
T m. MAOLBAK, B. A., H. D.i 0. H,
OFFICES McKensle Street, next door to
DrlllShed.
RESIDBNOEl A»n«Bto»t, third house
from Mary Street.
OFFIOEHOU!W!Mto*»l«to5;«.aO-<>«.
|j'M.«OOWW»f.A.,*I.I>.,   ;.  ^
. ■*Si-<«nBeiAir»strROEoS.'
OFFICE na* ttSsiOTH<-IJ---phuiyh 8t.
ratal door to FaimntfHom*), near
Columbia St, Sew We.tmla.ter, B.0,
OFFIOE HOURS-ftolOim.! Itoland
liEnp-m. Oall. in own.odeoon*
■try promptly attended to.'       rate
nantiiia-EMtMix,
BARIUSTERS.
SOLICITORS, ETO
fM 0. At-K»M»,      J
W,      BARBBTEB, SOLICITOR, Ae. -
M.Knsls Street,    ■ ,
'-IwnMto' yowiWeatmitisM'r.aa
m  DOBMAR BOL*..
BA*MW*»*AT-LAW.
Laat Agent. Money to Loan.
i Oolambl. Stmt,
lege New Westminster, RO.
n  W. GBABT,
ARCHITECT.
At A. J. Hill's Offloe,
dwfsJWc
MoKensle St,
c.
H. CLOW,
ARCHITECT.
OFFICE, for the present, at residence on
Clinton Street.
ttr Word may ba left at D. Lyal's Bookstore.  *»W°
/14-Hf. MT***WDs*iOlt.   ^'""'i.j'ji
LAND AOENT, AC, AC"       '
d-dslts '.       MoKensle Street, N.W.
TT R. mien,
AUCTIONEER.
Ladner's Landing,
dwmhuml Brit Ool.
m J. TRAPP,
AnOTIONKER AND AWRAISIR,
Colombia Street, -New Wsstmlnster
All commissions will reerive prompt
ud eareful attention. ' ROI nfereneas
glTsnwben required. mhU-te
W. D. FERRIS,
Uli pB ud QBIEUIi iSSR
len and Debt Collector.
•■mil mm iiinm mu.
A«eal Ibr Ike TRAVRUR1 UKlM
ACCIRIflT UHWAUCI OMPAII,
OFFIORi-FerrU Btreet, New Westmlnsler. telle
RAND BROS.
DIAL MiTATE RBOKBRI,
Car.yam.ra, O.lL.Lr.,
Aat iMwnuiee Af.tli,
OHMS at VICTORIA! FOrlllmt,
NEW WBSTMIN-JTER! OgrnSr
-     MoKensle and Clarkson Sts,
VANCOUVER, Cordova stmt
BUILDING LOT* for sale In! all sections
ot Vanoouver and New Westminster City.
FARM LANDS of superior Quality for
sale at Chllllwhaok, Port Hammond,
ner? Landing!*L4fil"™lal>" Ni-rlb'Arss"
and WU River.
Map. and Plans eihlblled and the fullest Information furnished at all ourolRcat
feme
EOniOta
San
AYIrKJ 1
POINTED BOLE
ivlnee tore num
ber ot icMllag mahutaetnnn In Canada,
we an prepared^ lo fumlsh prlees and full
pa-fToularsof all kinds of maehlneryfor
Mill., Mingle Mills, FaotorlM. Foua-
•L"!"*.*"^ ■Slem! stationary and'ai
able, both new and seoond-hand; also!
Rubber Melting,
"eather    " "
rubricating Oils,     n.ri>
(Cm.ry.WhMl..       bulld.n1 SoppllM.
Axes and Edge Tools
Hardware,
mery Wheels,      Bullders'snppll
OS&iKS:  ffii&Eh.
Hn' Nooks.        Don Tools,.
Jim and Braoma.Palau and Oil.,
mm^^t^Wn^
nk.' Scales,
FRASER * LEONARD,
TANOOUVER, B. 0.
dwjailtt !
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WHAW* STREET • VICTORIA.
Aanzrrs vox
Nortii British and Mercantile
Insurance Go. tor Mainland.
H.C. BEETON* 00.,
•IS Plnsbury Circus,
•    London, E. C.
THE CLARENCE
Corser Tatei t Douglas streeti,
FMNX 0. MOHMM,-lt
LESSEE
rUBISTS'HEADQUARTERS: FIRST
Class In every respect   Fall/ sip.
"" "—   " realeaeeatf Ms —
.«.■«-> w. aw-n
Ijnt in all Its Ap*
.derate.
■lied with aU CMveai
betels. Rewind Elegai
polntments. prlees IM ,.
This magnllloont Hotel ls now open for
the reeeptlon of Quests.'
ear-No pains will be spared by the management to moke this Hotel pleasant nnd
attractive. doosto
THOS. OVENS,
MANUFACTURER OF
K Carriages,
"VT-JmG-OHTS.
All Kinds of Machinery, Patent .Locks,
Safo, Mewing Machines, fto,, 4c,
Repaired.
BLACKSMITHINC
In aU IU brunches.  Farmen', Loggers',
. Mill and Contraot Work; Airricmtaral
Implement!, and everythJug in the
blacksmith line mode tb order.
Having secured flret-clana workmen, we
feel confident of giving eatisfoctlon.
NOT Howeothooing a ipecialty. '
dw-JlySlte]   Columbia St., Kew Wmt.
Stoves! Stoves!
I woitbra-o l»V N*
Gurney's Celebrated Stoves for Sale.
A No. 8 Cook, with
furniture complete,
at the low prioe of
$24.
The undersigned is now clearing out his stock of Stoves (except those made by Gurney) at
net cost for cash.
Now is the opportunity to
find BARGAINS.
JAMES CUNNIN8HAM.
djajsto
IEE LEADING
BOOTiSHOE
ESTABLISHMENT
—-oy TIIK-—
Mainland of B. C.
Colonial Hold Block, ColumblaSt.
$10,000~STOCK
NOW to ROUTE.
THIS HOUSE MAKES ANNUALLY
a great reduction lo prices to, make
room for the largest and beat assortment
of Boots and Shoes ever Imported Into
this oountry, from tho principal Houses
ot Germany, France, Groat Britain, the
United States and our groat Dominion,
500 LINES KEPT ON HAND.
CALL AND SEE MY STOOK BE*
'       FORE YOU PURCHASE.
Iloull tld gkttl, from Mo npwanls.
Foil 4 libber Ooods t Tim-Tim
of all kinds. ~
lall«l'« Stall'gllppen forXmu-
the loveliest ever seen.
« Uwt of lidlM', Hlnei* * Cklld-
WM. R088,
t.l.alal Mil Week, CtlMkla il.
dwnollte*
DOUGLAS* DEIGHTON,
Manufacturers and Importer, of
Harnett, Saddles, Bridles, Whips, etc.
NBW WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
dw-umto
COME AND SEE!
W, H. HOLDEN,
TJAVINO TAKEN. POSSESSION OF
Jj. tho " Temperance Hoiiae/1 fronting
onColumblaanu OhurohStreets, opposite
the Episcopal Church, and now Known
aa the
FARMERS'HOMEI
Will accommodate tfie traveling publio
at the following rates:    . ,
Board per day< ., * tl 00
«    " week 5 00
- Single Meals. '.....    iiS
Beds. ,     26
I.Good aooommodatlon for Ladles and
myfite
o. Mcdonough
■.*■ ■•■ ■ aAv--^iaAi«i-f .'-- \
Lanflbom's Bnildlug* Front St.
(Formerly occupied by Kyle it Tlltou),.
IS  NOW READ!?
to serve his'' customers and everybody
with as good .a stook as a mun wants to
select from,     '. '     '
Dry Goads; '- fii-beerles. Provisions,
CrMbrry, <iu»ware, f.m\n, 'Ae,        ' ■
Come nnd fto'e the newplft,ce,''and letua
know what you thick of ft.     ...*..
dwociftlo      ,   . i    O, MoDOl*ldU.OH...
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERYMAN ADBALERIIf
Frail and OrnamenM Tr-eesi
Ladner's Landing, B.O.
mHE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN-
JL form the people of British Columbia
that he has established a Nursery at Ladner's Landing, and Js prepared to:fill
all orders fur Fruit Trees, Ornamental
Trees, Bhmbbery, Vines, Small Fruits,
Ao. Trees Imported or home grown ao*
cordingtothe wishes of customers'. Tbe
subscriber has bad a thorough practical
training in the business, and having a
fiermanent stake ln the country it Is nil
ntereat to deal fairly with the publld. He
will wait upon' the various towns and settlements shortly, and all orders #111 have
his personal attention.
"  B. HUTCHERSON.
Carriage Works!
COLUMBIA STUEET, .
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B.Q.
NJttiND, Ai j-OTOI- '
Sleighs, CaltiiPB.
Bagrtes,'
Phtetous,
Democrat, Express
tuu) Farm Wagons.
Also, a large stook ot •■or. Carriage,
Waiek, aad tlelfk Material.
Allot which will be sold CHEAP FOB
CASH.
d-deSSte REID & OURRIE,
K8TABL18HBD 1889.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Meiri* Oppoilte the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER
THK LARGEST AKD  CHOICEST
assortment ol all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, tnd supplied to Fam.
Illes, Restaurants, ud Steamboats it tht
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
BIGGESTLIBYBT
BLOOD-CURDLING
MASSACRE
 AT	
H.M-aCunsi&ghafflS;Cofs
STOVE DEPOT.
A No. 8 Cook Stove!
All Complete, with all the Pipe
necessary and a
CHINA   COOK
Thrown in, Freight paid to any part of
the Dominion fret of all charge,
25 per cent, off fob <msh
H. M. CUNNINGHAM k CO.,
74, Columblastreet,
New Westminster, B, C.
Asrat.f.rRr.p'1 rural Earth Hurt,
atiToalarl. r»np <«. dfeeto
—roa—
Cream & Fancy Cakes
—ao tu—
A. DIEBEL'S
FRONT KTREET, Orr. C. P. N. WR.IK.
item.
FORSALE.
ri-HK LKASB, FIXTURES AND UTOCIt
doellto
Safe fto Sale.
A  order; llntlnones Inside) wlfl
sold cheap. Ajpplyat tills oaw. dwil
4,
Houses to Let
LSO A OVAMTTTT Ot HOUSEHOLD
. FURNITURE (or Sale. Appljlo
leisto A.BCRNI
Shares tor Sale.
1 AA SHARES IK THE  B1UNETTE
iW Sawmill CoS UHUed.
H. h. DeBECK, Hanater.
New West., Mar"«b, tt, ' ""i,-"*t»-
land fop
-Iin ACRES F.R8T-OLAB* PRAIiai
LW Land on Lulo Island, North Arm,
Fraser River. For particulars applr ai
this offloe, ~   dmnlOto
FOR  SALE.
NE-HALF INTEREST IN Ihe LANG-
ley Saw and Planing Hill: mill tn
r, Mtssrs. DRAKE, ttOKSON,    '
aplSto  '       A HELMCKKN, Viclorta.
0
FORJIALE.
m Acres- or Good Farming
S miles below the city, with a good House
on It. Apply to
C. HUNTER,
dfellnuV Agnes St., New West.
Farm for Sale.
\J and UO aores (which will be sold together or separately); 8 miles trom New
Westminster; flrst-class land: about 26
aores dyked; balance Prairie tnd Bush;
will be sold at t btnraln.
Applyto CO. MAJOR,
dwmhstc New Westminster,
For^lale!
I SPAN DARK B&Y MARES, 4 ind 8
1 yean old; good travellers; worn; flnile
or double.
I Bay Uone, Sreareold; woi*«*lnftaor
double; nlcoladfer or geute* saddle hone;
very gentle.
19*icaled Bngtri ** springs: nearly new.
SUmtf TlawthyBay on North Arm,
Fraser river.  "
MV-v^k>,•uli.,•,-•■•,'w••u•,•,'
Also—a*» eat we-alklk utctcst la
tm^rkrf^_.*w_*itm
New West,, Nor. Uth, HM      dwnoutc
For^ale!
700 ASSORTED FBUIT TBBB8
PROM THE JEWBUr NURSERY CO.,
Also—a nice assortment of Ctrnuil and
■aspkem laakas, urate Vlaee, Ae.
Will be sold us a whole, or In lots to i nil,
and on very reasonable terms,
JAMES WISE,
mbl'wtldto:- Frontstreet.
"Duke's Cameo"
OiaABgBTTBS.
Once Smoked are PreferreA to oil
Otkent
Knei'tuliW "Fragrant.
A Hnalk'tleee ot novel design aocom*
pun Ies anch cigarette.   .
Imported solely bythe HUDSON BAY
COMVANY,Vlo(orla,andcan be obtained
everywhere.   , dmhlml
Every Nan to his Own BaallHi
A.   FEE3LE, .
PKAOTIOAL
CHEMIST&DRUGjBIST,
COLUMBIA  8TRMT
(OPP OOLOKML HOTILI, ,
SEW' W-JBTMnSfSllB(:''B.* 6,'
PhyilcUni* PrNcriitlou ul np.
UrBeelieiiS-MiM.*.
N   B. — Only Otnuint Dregs Mad.
Over twenty yttn' eiperltnot.    igMI
Public Notice
fa Wnl&iniler Mi Libnij.
ihi-inppiiriuiiKy in olftr an Invitation to
residents of Veer Westminster to pur bin
vlallui, and more wlll/be adGfln etaea
reasonable support la obtained. Tkt
terms tre -Ocenleamonth,!* adtaMt.a.
papers, Ao., ara paid forln adTtnee. This
will amount lo about S centt a day, or the
coat of one cigar ror seven dan permission
to see news from all over tkt world, tnd
 iy bt -•■—-
elegant books whieh majr I
every 24 hoorsl Then Is to enmpuL.	
about this, but those wha bell.re in-ratling In out of Ihe rain and who oan enjoy
a^jMotlre *^^l*7^*"'*;'-£|lSfi
"> dodMlm. nll ihe partlM who ball... In
Blue Ribbon will come forward at onee
and loin this attractive anklr, both Itr
their own credit and tti.to-ota.ru Com.
one, come all, nnd you will be attended to
by one who enn soap all classes, vl..:
Voiir. hi'.pei-lfillly,
N-.ww.rt. A^,^maSSSm
gai^ $rtiish €olnmbwn
Ih* Bntan ai-ttftpen infonn
the oonati/ tktt than i wild enihu*
•late in GUoMMteir over Uie passage
rt! the bill for puliation upon Oan-
ssh. Ii if to bo i-oa-wtai-tfl, howover, thtt tUl l»»dott not apply
unlet, in the tliioretioo ot the preat*
dent ht shall tee fit to enfo»c« it.
When he doea that the Glouosrttr*
itea will bo too boiy raking in
Amerioan iheohela to kiok up their
heelemooh.—CUeato Herald.
■ Elettrictl hotting atovetaro being
introduced in France, a peculiar
feature of their construction being
that the wirea are let through apertures formed in plates of refractory
o|ay and plumbago. Theae plates
•re not enclosed, but are left exposed, ao that the air can circulate
very freely through tho aperture,
where it comet in contact with the
red-hot wirea. Wire bobbins are:
inaerted in tha apertures, eacb forming part of tho eleotric circuit, and
all being connected for quantity;
the bobbing are heated by tiie passage of tho current and aerre to
beat the air at it passes to and fro
over them.-—2b
Are There Too Many People?
A writer in the current number
of the Forum argues that the world
ia literally: beooming too good for iti
own preservation. Ho takes the
aubject of population aa hi* text,
and proves that despite of the great
immigration to thit country and to
European coloniea the home population of the old world ia increasing
at a rate only leal rapid than our
own, and, moreover, ho argues that
for yeara to come not only the rate
but the ratio of population it lure
to increase, and that fabulously.
He layi, and goes veiy far toward,
proving, that tha increase of popu-'
lotion in all civilised countries,
France excepted, hai been greater
during the latt ninety yeara than ih
any like poriod ot hittory. He argute that thii ii due to the advanced
rato of wages paid to labor, to the
almoat incredible cheapening of tho
comforts of life, to (he diaooveriei
of mienoe by whioh small-pox, cholera, and other epidemic! which
formerly decimated tho countries
whioh they attacked ara now held
in check, and to the better ventilation of the dwellings of tne people.
In plain language, bt aays that man
multiplies moro rapidly' than formerly because the world haa become
and is alwaya beooming abetter
Sice to live in. But he foreseei a
ngeroui outcome: man ia growing
tutor than, the meant for the sustenance , of man an increasing.
Some day—whon ho does not determine with precision—in the comparatively near future of two thou-
tand yeant or oo, then will be too.
much man and too little country to
support man. . The proposition may.
not be entirely ipeculative. In, too
lut ninety' yeara our own population hat multiplied Its/elt by twelve,
and this concurrently with a great
increase In tbe home population of
Germany, Italy, Russia, England,
Belgium, China, And the other states
from Which our immigration hai
been drawn. They have increased
u they never increased before, dn*
Eite of tho huge drain which we
ave made upon theu. Nor are we
'the only living miracle of population. Ninety yean ago the Domin
ion of Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the Anglo-African colon*
iea were ■ almoat. nlitudee; they ara
now the setts of young empires.
And all thii foooapaoied by an in-
oreate in tho ham* population of
thoae old countriea wboee overflow
hu tiled theae onco waito placet
And' now Stanley ia about to open
up' the heart of Africa. It ia nir
to' suppoee that ioereued facilities
af transportation, application of
time -arti and acienow which reduce
tho moat nnfavonhle elimatel to
comparatively healthy conditions,
peaceful forma of government which
will prevent the .wholewle murders
and bloody storifioes of heathendom,
and the conation of tho liave trade
will conduce to yaitly increased
equatorial population, Experts in
climatology ahd ethnology aav that
then it no retton why the fertile
portions of Africa ihould remain
Ion populous than thete of Asia.
And Alia ia already overcrowded.
Wo have, thinka tha forum writer,
beooate ao conservative of human
Ufa that either nature muat go into
tho depopulating bunntts by tho
aganoiea of Mra frequent earthquakes, new epidemics that will
balk icience, volcanio eruptiona
which will bury whole cities, or elu
our not very remote deacendanta
mutt provide meant of emigration to
the other habitable start for the too
dente papulation of thit planet—
Chiatf, Jtxltr-Ocean.
f
Berlin Still En Fete.
Several K^bidnf Tbronghont
eermnnyinl Congratulations to, ibt. Aied
Kateer.
IUNMI MB TIK AHIRI01H8.
nulM ■» Vnrisen te AMskaa Watnt.
'   A ratal Miy-A !«.»• «aam!.
ByAssoola-tdPi-sai :
NawAM. Qhl-JJMu. it-Jacob
Bread lledlaa't night {rpm tht; efsctt
of t scalding rweirtdfroiu the hands
of his wift Sundsy evening, during a
quarrel. Tht couple frequently had
trouble, and on this oocasion, beooming emiporntcd at some abuse from
her husband, Hn. Bread threw a. pan
of boiling wtter in bit faoe. She kept
everybody out of. tht house after tba
Maiding, but since his death she has
become a raving maniac.
THK FATAL FLOODS, j
i, St. Pact, Har. 24.-A apeclal to.
the Rower-Press from Blsmsrck ssys:
" AU attempts to break tho Sibley Island gorge by dynamite bave been un*
availing. A man wu seen riding down
tht rivtr oa a eake of ico, frantically
railing for help, but it wu impossible
to unit him. Twelve families near
Livonit. had a terrible experience.
After being on roofs 24 houn a thin
coat of ioe formed over the river, and
on this they walked to shore, two
miln, some breaking through several
times, but being rescued. Fort Lincoln army officers here are atill of
opinion that many people opposite
the post, on the lowlands south of the
oity, perished in the flood. This belief is becoming prevalent Aa reports
oome in from remote river district! tht
atory of auSoring and loss of lift is intensified.
traAMlH OBAKOW.
Bar Fbakcisco, Htr. 21.-The Pacific Cout Steamship Oo. hu made a
reassignment of steamer routes. The
Oity of Chester, which has bean plying between thia port and San Pedro, -
hu been placed on the Humboldt Bey
line-. The Ancon, formerly on the
Humboldt Bay line, start, for Alaska
to-morrow by way of Portland.
A tuioca CHAKOI.
Niw You, Har. 24—A writ of
habeas corpus, obtained by Henry M.
Folsom, ordering Dr. Wm. H. Otto to
produce in court Hin Agnes Folscm,
tht tctren, and daughter of Folsom,
wu madt returnable before JudgePat-
terson to-dsy. It wu alleged thtt
Dr. Gate held Hin Folsom under restraint, that ht had ruined her, and
that lht waa insane. The young women did uot appear. Counsel uid tha
chantw that hi had taken advantage
of hit relatione with tha family and
ruined her and taken her away from
her family an faba. Hin Folsoui'e
affidavit wu produced in court. It
states that she it not - tnd ntrer hu
been under dureu of Dr. Gate or any-
ont else, thtt it it false that tht hu
keen taken away from her mother by
Dr. Oate or that he has coerced her in
any way.
ATTACXIKO BALFOCH.
Dublin, Htr. ii.—United Inland,
Parnell's organ, publishes a hitler attack An Ihe chief secretary for Ireland.
It calls him the "bloody Balfour, with
t tiger't heart wrapped in a demon's
hide," and says, " He hu entered
lightly into a atruggle with the Catholic ohurch. In auch struggles the
proudnt despots have been humbled
into the dust"
ArroumunTL.
Washikotok, Htr. 24.—The president Ihis afternoon appointed Oscar 8.
Sisus, of New York, lobe minister of
the United 8tatee tn Turkey; Harold
Harsh, of Heine, consul general tt
Apia, and N. J. George, of Tonnes-
tee, conaul at Oharleltetown, P. E. I.
TBI NBW SIOBRARY.
Niw You, Har. 24.-A Washington apecial to tht Post nya that Secretary Fail-child hu been informed by
the prtsidtnt thtt he it tn be secretary
of Iho treunry after the lat of April.
xccuniAsncAL bill.
Buun, Htr. 23.—The Oberhaua
today in plenary session began tht
ditcunion of the eoclcsiustic-l bill.
Prince Bismarck made a long speech
in defense of the measure. , He uid
thtt u regard! the question uf religious order the chief point to be determined wu whether the Catholics
needed orden. He was certtih that
tht Catholics believed in the value of
orden and their sentiment! ihould be
satisfied iu harmony with the legislation of the oountry. The State naturally had an interest in the good training of president!, auch training they
could acquire as well in seminaries as
at the universities. Tlio bitterest enemies of the government came frnm tha
seminaries. The government had not
made too large concessions to tho
Catholics nor nid it given up any of
Ut sovereign rights. In conclusion ho
uread the whole house to adopt tho
bill with the oommiuioua intendment.
cattlb loshm.
St- Paul, Minn., Har. S3.—The
Pimttr Press' Winnipeg apecial uyi
that losses from severe weather on the
ting* wut of here will be 39 per
cent In aome district!, notably in
Cypress Hills, the lon wu 80 per cent.
in qvuit AT BlUUmWAH.
BmniTOBAX, Har. 23.—The Quotn
viiited Birmingham to-day and laid
the foundation stone of the Viotoria
anln oourt building. Weather wu
fine. Publio building! and private
residences were decorated and the
streets through which her majuty
paued wen spanned by arches thronged with people.   A reception given
the Queen wu hurt* aad tpthuiiu*
tie.' ' ,
OLADSTOOT TO TBI AMIBICANS.
London, Har. 23.—Gladstone hu
cabled tht following metttgt to Hr.
Ohu. A. UKa, New York, ht acknowledgment of tbe ceUe dispatch unt
him by Dana, informing, htm of the
endorsement of the Irish polioy by a
man meeting of tht citjuna of lht
Cooper union on Monday: "lam very
sensible of the value of the sympathy
whioh, from the lint, we have received
frora.l believe, tho majority of thc.
Amorican people, in our efforts to secure juat measures and good government for Ireland—a lynpatby whioh
I fael tun will continue to atttad us
until thi* Jutt polity thai) attain itt
.;'.   tw mnoi to ihi nwne.
Bmuk, Mar. 23.—The emperor's
proclamation to the tMtaW people,
thanking them for their txpNMuit of
devotion, tnd joy at the ninrtieth anniversary of hit birth, wu oouchtd in
words expressive of -the profOuhdeet
emotion. The document contains a
long review of tbe emperor'! lift. Tht
Kaiser dwells on the eiptrlttew of
hit youth, tht wonderful help God
vouchnfed him tad prays he may be
able to deserve doringi tne abort remainder of his life the Warnings of
peace. . -,, i ■... ;■'
A TIBJUtU nu.
B-wsemib, Mich., Mar. 23.-Bariy
thia morning 12 minen were burned
tt death in a boarding house tt thit
place and aevenl othen were seriously
injured. The occupants of tho building were all asleep aod tho fire wu
discovered by Mr. Miller, who ktpt
the boarding house, tnd whtn thoy
were awakened the whole building
wat in flames. They narrowly escaped
with their Uvea and did not have time
to awaken the SO minen who were
sleeping on the second floor. When
they awoke the building wu a mus of
flames. Several man wart, not overcome by the imoko and, jumping fnm
the windows, escaped, but IS perished.
The houu wai a tinder box and in a
few minutei wu a mast of ruins.
When the chirred remains were removed, iudsubficatkm wu impossible'
TBI nvAL vni-ron.
Bbblin, Mar. 23.—Thii evening the
Empreee, Grown Prinoe tnd hit family
tnd the royal vititon attended the
performance of.-thaballet "Sardana-
polis" at the opera houu. Between
the acta tea wu aerved in the foyer,
which had been Conn
liant reception room. Kmper William
hu conferred the first decoration of
the order of the Bad" Eagle on Dr.
Liner, hit physician. Tha Prince of
Wain viaittd Couut HaAertBiamarek
to-day. He will return to London on
Sunday.
A im ixnouox.
London, Hit. 33. -An ixplosioa,
by which 70 minen wen UlKdroo-
enrred today in the BulH collierr,
8ydnty, New South Wilts. -
?E0L0iratD.    '
Madbjd, Har. S3.—In the chamber
of deputies Signor Horet, minister of
foreign ifain, announced the agreement reached between thd government
aud the United Statu under which tha
excitement of tho ootuu-trcial modus
viveudi will be prolonged, to July.
HAVU CAUOBT.
London, Har. 23.—Advices from
Suakim itate the British war ship Al-
baoore bu captured' two tllven with a
cargo of sixty dam tub, going to
Keddab.
STIIFLI chasi.
London, Htr. 23.—At tht Sundown
park tbe military steeple boat oup wu
won by the Prince of Wain* Hohan
tenden by four lengths. Mstattiid
waa second and Harlequin third. light
ran.
FtTBIBII CILIBIAnoill.
Bxkun, Hu. IS.-Notwjthetaadiug
his fatigue the Emperor nu-at tha
usual hour thii morning ud attended
to all hia dutiea. He is well. Prince
Bismarck uught a chill on Monday
evening while responding ao the students. Heavy nut hu htm filling
to-day but it did not pnrtnt tha
crowd! waiting to catch agUmpu going to and returning from tbe state
banquet at tht palace to whioh all Bar-
Iin had been invited. The Bmperer
presided. Tht Queen ef Roumella
recited a poem which she' had oom-
rated ia tha Emperor', honor. Iho
Emperor wu much gratified. Telegrams from every city in Germany
ahow that the illuminations were not
limited. At Frankfort the display wu
especially One. At Strtsburg dl the
public building, and tome private onn
wen illuminated. The Kainr'i expressions of belief in the maiatenanoe
of peace are everywhere the aubject nf
comment. At Princo Bismarck's dinner it was the common topic ef conversation. The general opinion It that
thecrisii is over snd thatlptriodof
quiet is oammenoiiig. Prince Bia.
inarck wid to a fomya minitttr: "I
rejoice on aooount of the Emperor',
luippy annivonary and especially that
tlie political horifon n now being
cleared." It Is reported that the Grand
Dnke Vladimar told the Emperor that
the Oar had authorised hhn to dtclare
that ht would oontinat to dt all in hii
powtr to maintain the tnditienal pali-
tioa of Buuia, via., t ptiftot understanding with Germany. If. Flourene,
Fnnch minister of, foreign akin, in
tht name of Praeldent oirtiyu-dtha
French government wat theTtmpenr
ctngratutatioat. Oto. Oarioba, af
Spain, and Oon. Stosnniro, tf Porta*
gal, who came u special wvoyata
repretcnt thtir rMpsatltttoetrnawala,
have been decorated with the ondeo
«(tho order of the Bed Itglt.
Worm won hrettohatn, raotatog
and reslletwMS duritg shu. HtiB
Gnm'Wormlhtwmltaterfci"
nn, and anV-tual.    If yoar i   _
huaonitniteck.gethhntofnoan It
fer yeu,
dial!      I Tltt-UTCnX
M-DlOfO' I.CfflH'
■:F-:
•,n;'-
•p..
«jnn» '"' "■itXWgK »
gailj) gritwh Columbian
g, Man* .4. WW*
i federa^felection^ in Britiah
__,inbia are now complete, ^*.d tlit
"result iilhe return of" six supporters'
of Sir John Macdonald's government.
Four of these representatives are
former members re-elected: two of
0. them go tb the house of commons
.^^JtaUfoOiaM-JM. These.are Meura.
Mara  and Chisholm.    The  new
"        members were eleoted us "independent" supporters of the government,
and .we hope their support will bo
,,,' one of such independence as will so-
--, Jims the respect and attention of the
government and the house.   It is
neither manly nor' is it politic to
become a slavish supporter of any
government
'JyS.,-J , If any confidenoo can be placed
in the declarations of German statesmen, the peace of Europe seems
pretty well assured.    The old German emperor has declared plainly
enough that Germany, seeks peace,
.. and that war wquld be undertaken
only ai a necessity and in defence of
,i '  ' tlie interests of the empire.    These
!-i siwi-.-Mfl.:h.two words, or theyimay be
rn: :.. tho utterances of a statesman whose
nil jjuHijpolioy is to hide his thoughts snd
r iw purposes behind, a subterfuge;   No
,'.;     One seems to know definitely the ex-
tent of the war preparations going
j     on in Russia, but it is gonerally sup-
i' ;,.i". posed ihe has enormous material on
,;   .hand in. the shape of men and guns
;    ready tor any emergency,   Russia is
intent on extending her possessions
iu, South-eastern Asia, so as to reach
.'   ' , the Penian (iulf; and she may pre-
,       cipitate a conflict rather than aban-
'        tton Inat policy.
l.!:li.i -;..J  . ■ :.i ■■.., ■
si.*.   'i    In spite of all the clamoring of
' 'thepress for a large appropriation
.:.-   for coast defences on the Atlantic
and   Pacific   coasts of the United
States, congress has declined to pass
JJ :■   tha fortification bill.    Referring to
.     thia fact, the Portland Oregonian
philosophically consoles itself with
."" ■   the  reflection  that coast defences
.".     afe! ai yieiy  costly luxury of very
J.    doubtful utility, and concludes that
.'.',.'o-.., iWtar all those nations which have
*-i ii b done large things in that direction
are ruefully contemplating the mon
,,„■ umenU of their folly.    The $90,-
000,000 apent by Lord Palmerston
in erecting defensive works to protect the British isles, for example,
'    are declared to hava been absolutely
wasted.    The rapidity, with whioh
^.   /the .cost of   military engines has
,. ■. ,hton increasing of late years is quite
, alarming.    In 1856 Great Britain
■i tui had nothing larger than a 68-pound-
nhai "ire but now her big guns weigh 110
1    tons.   In .1856 it cost (560 to make
one ot the big guns and $2.75 to
fire  it off;  but now the gun costs
i , $97,500, and, the cost of firing it is
.,',     $936.    In consequence of new invention! and tbe enormous increase
ot the power of military weapons,
i,,l;I, nu. confideucu can now be placed in
fortifications  which twenty  years
'!')-:„,  ago were regarded as impregnable.
■■■-.s ,i   : Under theMcircumstanOes the people bf the United States may take
with complacency thc defeat of the
coast defence bill.
iisa
We are very well pleased at the
re-election  of  Mr. Gordon as the
reprewntative of  Vancouver district in the house of commons.   Mr.
Gordon, we  believe, hu  made an
i: exoellent representative, and lias in-
I' variably advocated 'such schemes at
seemed to him in the interest of his
constituency.    Some of the Victoria papers have been using their
influence against him because, they
say, he was not loyal to his own district, but his sympathies were with
the mainland.    On this account we
,., are particularly gratified at his eleo-
• i tion, Mr. Gordon's sympathies with
tha mainland went no further than
hit duty to his constituents suggested.    He was in accord on all ques*
'     tions with our late representative
... Mr. Homer; and believing that the
,,   interests of Nanaimo and those of
Westminster were identical, he and
•Mr.   Homer labored harmoniously
and earnestly for these interests, It
is not true, therefore, that Mr. Gordon wis disloyal to his constituency.
,;.', It may be true, u the Cohniit inti
.   , matee, that h. declined to co-operato
with tht  Viotoria representatives
on all matters relating to the affain
•:;of Vancouver Island; but the Cots' mitt inoold know that the interests
of  Mr. Gordoh'i constituents and
tjhflie, of Victoria have not been by
any meani regarded u being always
identical.   In the natter of pilot-
,rkge arrangement!, for example, Mr..
-'' "-■ Gordon hu steadily and successfully
f umI I fW***1 **•' i0*-,nm °' th» Victoria
',.jjj'.,.„npiwentativM who have beenen-
t-tilotii mmmtt-jmi after year, to have
tiii iti ::Um wholo pilot authority located at
•.:.; i.nVlotoria, and he has been heartily
■wImw toOPfded in thii by the representa-
\M of Wntminster district.   We
 ~ * *$iiholm and Mr. Gordon
permit the change ot pilot
to JnmHSS»lSmtj for whioh the Viotoria
■uJmT liprutntitlTee have been clamor-
sA.ijjiiinf,..:
,,:,i.,.yi-mts-sels-ssm i      '   .
tlrfnoi Olf-
.lm!'
h,b.
V*rmst, Hochelaga, P. Q.,
Thotau' EclectriToil cnreil
after I tried many
It is a good
of it—yot cu
ra.am.tlsm, or ths
,   of neuralgia—you
..and hnl bruised or
„„aDoWioll*i.Tbiiinu'
totting only M cento.
o shop lotely occupied nyMT.-TJiHW
Columblastreet.
Call and examine our'Stooj^ndVrirloeii
before buylae. Wcean'l be MIIIMU
•ntbeolty. Lp^ln^ofankmds^y,
BBlfltO
-IMPORTANT	
Auction Sal§
HO BK SOLD BY PUBLIC ATJCTION,
by the undersigned, on
Wednesday, April ISM, 188*
Commendni* ut 10 a. m,, at the Farm of
Mr. John Latimer, Lanirfey PrairJo,the
following live ana dead Stock: j
1 spa* et Work Hor-icsi good.
1 8*ypor-old Coll.
1 Saddle none, ,
• Cow*. '
4 fi-year-tild Hetter unit Strew.
• mr-sMCftlm*
1 Wagon* nearly new; and miudry other
l*»nu fniplfmeot**.
Terms* -Under 820, cash; ovor thatam-
onut, approved Joint bills, at 00 days without interest.
' HENBY DAVIS,
dwmh21ld Auctloiioer. ■
YOUNG MEN'S
Christian Association!
IN THE SKATING,RINK nl * o'clock
every Wednesday night during March
and April.
Tickets for Course SI. which gentlemen
mny exchange for membership to Jane
30th, 1887, Without oxtrn fee. , )1(: ,i
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25:.
GRAND CONOEBT!
Admission, no cl«. Tickets mny be had
ut the stores of D. Lyol, O. H. Grunt.4 Co.
nnd D. S. Curtis A Co. dmliHW
Wood and Goal.
XHK SUBSCRIBER HAS ON HAND A
; large Quantity of
BEST WELLINGTON LUMP COAL
-   i» .I'jJIu
And an assortment of  -      __
CORDWOOD,
Wlilcli he will sell at lowest rates. He
will also promptly attend to all kinds of
Orders left at Mr. McColl's store on Columbia Btreet, or at my house, Douglas
street, will meet with prompt attention.
HENRY ELLIOTT.
New Westminster B. a JlylOtc
LEE COY
SUCCESSOR TO        iu in Ji
Quong On Lung & Co.
BEGS TO NOTIFY THE P0BMC
that he has now opened oat iti hin
new brick premises, on
FRONT STREET
And lias the liest and largest stock of
iM
IN '1'II.IS CITY.
C. AIX & SEE ME.
Chinese Ubor contraotml for. |
dmhHml
iS QRIPI m'
CANADA'S COMIC JOURNAL
MEAT IMPROVEMEMTS FOR 1887.
THE AIM OF "Ollll'" In tosst forth, in
In un liniiiirlliilHiullnili'pi'nilfliitmrtn-
iiit, the pnsHlni- evcnln of Cnnnillim polU*
leal anil soelnl life. lis Cartoons sresnu
morn ilellnlli'ly nnd moro pl.n.lDal*Uwtl
whole columns of edllorlnl. In thi. pungent, eiull* apprcclHliln, nnd nrtlstle style
of pressnUnta »uhji!i:t,lhe whole sltua*
tion Is revested ntivulunec Thesuceesi
of Grin shown how well this fuel Is w>t>*
olBled-lt. Cartoonaon the passing
leaf event, of tb. country liolng even
more eagerly smitht nfter than thonhnstt
nndhnmpronsjrftor-prosso; th. rBMJff
sent,  ,>■•.
iking ex
te Improyements n» nm, The old
cover Is to he discorded, nml tho Journal
though the latter Is equal to tin ,
similar publication on the continent. , ■
The publishers of Grin are mnking a
tensive Improyements fnr 1884 Ttwold
coverlstohe discarded,and the Journal
will heronfter comprise 12 pru-ea, nnd bs
printed on heavy toned and calcnd.red
    continent,  Tlw
aomprcsBcd and raorasystt*
-■*■  -*■" llirten
)r(-evoi
tilled n.
executed M^toj-fm*-ara ™»y,**J-'J*'
SatloaTly' amn^r"whiio"sl£iUir"j«i
provements wllQit hitde ts to the leltet;,
press. A new and hand-mme .design will
adorn tbe tllle patoi while thi. CurtoWn
will certainly not suflbr from cstenslvi
Improvement In the artistic department.
The price of Grip will herenffer •   "
year, wbloh to lower than IhBt i	
paper of IU kind In Amorloa^rnost of
hem selling for W. Angle numbers of
creased, and pleasing fcsffimlntroduced,
partloularsor-aiMf will bogfrtn Inihf
ceding i«Bn3s;.."Tbes* nnmttHi mil' bs
presented to subsorlbcrs without oxtm
charge.
QRIPS PLATTOBMi
iffimftWrtlsuhship;
without Temper. Ilibi
Humor without Vali
Patriotism wl
Tmth
•ily •• t Ittr, resttge rm.
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purlty.strensth and whole-omencss. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
oannot be sold In compeiltlou wltn lhe
multitude of low test, short, weight alum1
or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans.
Royal Baki*io Pownnt Co., ioe wall BL,
New York.
Meiy
HACK FOR HIREt
THE UNDERSIGNED has established
himself In tbe CUT ol New Westminster with n FIRST-CLASS
COVERED CARRIAGE,
wmik Is opt, tn Engtgnaeals it
very federate Ckarges.
Orders left atthe Oolonlal Hotel or sent
by telephone, will be promptly attended
today or night. Slnble noxt H. Elliott's
■    ,  .   .'   ', JOB. RATES.
ToWphoileN6.lft!■''■ ' "    my(to
liTOET'H:
':.'
0 01ȣT>Ji>*2S"Sr
h ■■ t!-,,.-
Capital, |S,000,000!   losses
Paid, 148,000,000 f _
jk»«*« !>>■■■■ e«a msoa
Rates as Low as any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
a-ltlsks promptly tuken, imi Losses
satisfactorily adjusted.
T.R. PEARSON,   »
doc7lc IB. C. S. A P. Co.) AOENT. >
JOHN S, COX,
r   IM?OirTEIt A DEAUR IN
IT COSTK NO MORE TO KBEPOOOP
- Fowls than It doui to keep poor Kowle.
Ny Breeding Pens sre equal to any In
the United Stated or Canada.
. IpropoBototurnishEggifrompromium
and flnt-elBM Fbwti. my denign being to
eHtnblUh* reputation tbat will lout.
VAHIKTIEH OF FOWLS:     A £
-White Oreited Blaek Felliki      ^ ^
'   '  Blaek Ipanliki
'"''   La»|ihang«t
La Pleehe, ||,   ,(
Sliver Spanned Hambttrgk,
White ink Brow** Legli«r»i,
RibiiAmiii
tt(|ht Brahmae,
Fit Game i,
' Plymouth Rock*
Partridge CMhlai,
Hoaen and Aylctbarjr D»ekii
f o«Ut»i< Oeeee*
SPANISH Uf.tkt RABRITH.
ChmIi muiit aecompniiy all ordem.    , u;
AcidrenR, with Mamp,'
JOII-M H.(IOX,
4wle7U! New W«namlii«^r
^i)
*tl is-**
ITOTIOB.
To th&fHoch-lioUtcr* of the'Nm West-
minsltr Gas Ccmiiany, LUniteil Ma-
i Mi8tin6' Of THE, N*iW WrtBT-
A nOfiSerans Coinpnty will I,. ».ld
at Rffi?TBrosT'S Offlee on Motday, Hay
lad, ISSI, at » o'olock p.m., to take Into
consideration ond voto upon tta Unseat.
Ing of tho Oapital Stock from 105,000.00 to
"5-m0?- a.L.MILNE.P«sldent1
" B.DOUGLAS,   _
rial       3. h. STAMFORD,
Directors.
.H«*.-*,«tinluslejt-«Iajch!l,l«87. „
liiMiitBsaNtl.
P.O. Box 71
WM McCOLL,
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings,
. '' Groceries & Provisions.
MJSDBOM'S BLOCK, Oolumbia St.
dw-auStc
POUT HAMMOND
NURSERY
Frqlt Trees,
IBc ornamenlal Trees,
Small Fruits,
And OARDEN STOCK on hand In great
variety.
Everything flrst-clnss nnd furnished In
good shape.       ~> - ■'*
*T^7""        d.W. HENRV,
dw-delflto Fort. Hammond, KC,
WALSH'S
TAU.ORINU
Colombls 8t„ Kew Weitminiter.
H"AVINOIUSTRECBIVKDOURNEW
Fall and Winter Stook, we Invite In
spectlon of the finest selection of
ElgllUl, Sestet, «rnu.a, Frent,
nt AaaerleaB
SUITINQSI^«B
Ever shown In New Westminster.   For
a GOOD FIT and artlstlo style we defy
eompetlUon.
dnoSOtc THOS. WAIAH.
Look Here!
TT TOT) ^VAWT TO MAKE A NICK
To a friend ur relative, go down to f-VTIR-
BKY'S and look nt Home ot those extra*
•rdlurj bontaloi In
Itdlci' tnd Gentlemen's Gold nnd
- Silver Wntofcei, Chains,
Ubnrms, etc., etc.
Or If you want n unetnl ornament (or your
houu,, eaamlue those beautiful Knlay
nirtklaf CtockH. with cathedral gongn.
R*h selling at BOTTOM PRIOES,
Watehen, from f.'uipwiirdH, nil warranted
■' viaeWMeb HeMlriHga Speelaltr, and
good workmunKhlp guaranteed.
•arltemnmber the   plnce-tho "Blue
BM*!*" 	
dwauSyl       . Columbia St,, New West.
GUARDIAN
OF LONDON, ENG,
Total Funds,
(u-iijh.iii.-5r)
UTABLISHID IS2I ,
Bisks Token at Bates
as Low as any other
d Reliable Ooinp'y.
fi ft,^|ARSON,
docttc        IR. C. a A P. Co.) AQENT.
■llljaj'l l ■«•
W^R^AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
Address the OrlR Ja!5HSB.*S!iLS "SKS*,
lngOoiitSany,*alidaFrog*Jr«ot,Wrst,
Toronto:'or'j«irt7our ome/wlth ypur ■''
hmtrttUernr other local agent.       felt       dwmhlle
, 'j^st tccciypt) it large (Sep-"
sighment of ,        ,,,,   .  ■
Pianos and Organs,
mtyjt Ks.'-vill^ll.'^ewi &
instruments ma>* W* ip.grcl^j!"
for cash, or in monthly imtal-
incnts, to suit purchase!1. Call
and get my figuras befdrcj«*r-
chasing cliewhcre, and it will i)t
tcyou* interest' ' •'< ■"'■ • ",j.:f
-,:: sisiistshias tion ,c-3jl/-iij. ,.,— .,
,., Second-hand Pianos and Organs for sale or tofonti'. ;*.','"
' .^niitrumenU' 'may,'ljc,, seen, at
tyjt.D. LyaTa Bpblf w<- fStation*
cry Store, Columbia Street.
A larg* Assortment nf
'" "urn-5
QOODS
^"C ".-A»D-
' .      ;'l' AtiWAVUpK HAND.
Ha-jr eiaad.' feed.
"'wttOIMAU ANO RUTAIL.
''.«•«•:*••«•-» WUfMED TC
■"•'fiji;|plir trwicm,,
.Wtliintwos«tis«dall-i,eieept8andsy.,
to Port Moody, carryl"« H.M.8. malls.
At to liquor or lobacoo Is used we can by
temperate haMte md careful economy
sen. tht mm at eeteelally low rale..
twastWo
CHARLES MURRAY,
OtABKBON STBgET,
Oup. Reglstrjr Offlce, New West'r.
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stock of AVagou and Csniage Mati
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Kptlrlai. Painting i Trim*
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all.
In all Its Branches.
Estimates given on Ironwork,
Contract, taken. Agricultural Ii
ments made and repaired, and all '
of Ironvrot'lt'for Saw Mills, Lol
'CSmps and" Farmers, Kept' lh stoct;
made to-wder.     •  . /
Uorsc-Slioiinif nnd flene
trade, Iron, Steel, Chnins, Cumbe
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Iron and Steel Harrow Teeth, Cai
BbringSand Anlet,ahd a obnjplete'
pf:y!tW*wm"'J'.<-;
■ Partlas tgtWng nsythlng In ou
thsy^^Xpi'* nqnlre itb'go to Vloto
•ot ■ what' the* want, f* thsy man
Wperlor article ut  a reasonable
hen.  ■-.;)■      . ni■        •■■■..
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nwroB hai, luncti tail
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ehttpest Press in the market.
•arWe have got the best workmen
had In tho country, and we Import r
promptUr attuded lo.
dwoelml RCIDItOURI fnilg §ntis\t Cofombian
. T»mr«d.r Evening, Mart* ti, 1MB.
m
il (llfiiftinnnicittinw.V',,
Bnlldlnx society.	
Editor Columbia*: I have read
'Witli voVy groht pleasure the vatleiis
letters that have appeared in your
valuable paper anent the organization
of a building society, and can heartily
ti Jrltti thtvirious trgunjents inat
"entadvuicod in favor of the
„acme. But I beg to wil th,»-attention of the promoters of the sooiety lo
the importance uf organizing it on
sueh a basis, and with a constitution,
by-laws and other details of the society, aa will ensure it sgainst any possible trouble in the future and make it
conform to Ihe laws governing suoh
organizations. In conclusion I would,
suggest that tho sooner steps are taken
to organize the sooiety and enable a
large number to participate in its benefits, the better for a very large and
influential elass of the community.
Yours, etc., I*-*-*'-
i1 :
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PROVINCIAL LEBISLATURE.
The evidence bill nnd jurors'bill
were passed.—Mr. Bole moved the
second reading of the New Westminster Southern Railway bill, which was
carried. Mr. Bole opposed the .insertion of a clause in this bill preventing
the employment .of. Chinese, .as it
might be "fa*-11 *° 'ne success uf the
eehekie.! The promoters of tha-All*
way were u.eree lo tha em'.|..ym.nt of
Chinesoj but wished to be free in
that matter. The Ohinese clause Was
defeated on the following division:
Yeu, beaven, Juhn, Cowan, Semlin,
Stenhouse, Prior, Higgins—7: Noes,
A. E. B. Davie;'B-tbson-, Mason, McLeese, Bole, (Irant, Ladner, Anderson, Baker, Turner, Dunsmuir, Vernon, Thomson, Croft, Allen,  Martin,
' Orr—17. Mr.:Heaven moved a.aimi-
lar clause for the Delta railway bill,
but it ulso was defeated by a vote of li
to 15, Messrs, Robson, Orr and Ladner voting against it. -A similar
clause for the Kootenay & Athabsska
Railway bill was defeated on a vote of
7 to 14.—In discussing the estimates
it waa pointed out that liberal . provision ought lobe made for encouraging
prospecting parties in new fields. Hon.
Mr. Rub-tin said thjs matter had been I
under consideration of the government, and fee Would be glad to receive'
suggestions from anyone. Speaking
of immigration, he said it would bo
necessary to provide an agent for Vanoouver, and it might be worth while
tu oonsider whether the agent at Westminster should nut be transferred to
the terminus. Mr. Bole?'"Westminster ia the terminus." ! Mr. Robson: "The member for the Royal
Uity ia quite right; Westminster is
the fresh water terminus." He .aiid
that efforts would be made to prevail
upon the federal government to appoint an agent nt Vancouver,—On the
subject of taxes, Mr. Beaven opposed
•n increase on personal property, reel
property, or income, aud thought the
tax on wild land should be ad valorem.   In view of the proposed loan,he
-thought there should bene ioerenteof
Uses. Mr. Dunsmuir *aid the in-
crease would affect him inore than, any
other person in the province, but he
did not object to it, He complained
that assessors did not do their duty
with respeot to the valuation of land,
Md pointed out some very, glaring, in-
aUnoMofunfaintese. Hon. Mr.Rob*
eon said there was both a specific and
id valorem tax on hud, Mr. Ladner
did net approve of taxing wild land lo
much an acre; it ought to bo taxed
«d valorem. Mr. McLeese slid min-.
ing claims that were nur worked
ihould be taxed and those tint wire'
worked should be exempt. Mr, Cowan
wid there were cliime in Cariboo, held
by men in ill pari! of the''world on
which taxes have never been. Mr*.
Botven'o amendment wai defeated on
• tote of 6 to 11, and the assessment
bills.—After several other matters
h«d been disposed of, the .house, ad-
jonrned- '  .- '. ■
Sum** Council.       '
Oounoil met pursuaut fri adjourn*
i the 19th March.   Alt mem-
■eseut.   Communication' from"
0. D.: Sweet,   Esq , 0. M. 0,, Uicli-
mood, ordered  t\-A; from  Messrs
Woods & Turner and J. B. Ohintr.ll,
.   Esq., aotion deferred until next meet-
f   tag; eoeoouit of Jm. Cunningham, *3,
■■■-• MtSM paid. Oouns. Dafoe and Wit-
eon reported hiring awarded contracts
in their respective wards at instructed
it Ult meeting.   The salary bylaw
amendment by-law was read a third
,, time.   The by-law to regulsto the
.   bltalneso uf the aounell waa advanced
lltige*   The by-law lo regulate the
business of the council was advanced
a stage.   The clerk was instructed tu
arrange snd tabulate and number in
consecutive order all  bt-Uwa p*s-od
1 V-tbie • eouhoth-Bd-rtn- J.-Wade,
Esq., was appointed constable for tho
,- ■; iifdrpoiition of thedjetr.it :uf Bnifi
' <  '■' theSteinroad, whW 3; tk (,it '
M', lilj
_ jat  meridian, ward 4; (50
seetion Hoe betwoen aeotioiie 9 aud 10
and 15 and  10, township 7, ward 5.
1'./..»   was  resolved  that it would be a
great convenience to settlers were post
offles established at or mar the  inter*
aectionoftheoosBtuiHridi.il nnd the
Yale road and at Surrey Centre.   The
olerk was ii.etrMtt|d.io forward o, ok,
, til' thd. poster*).. Insjlotor.  Ooun.
.      Stewart gave notice that he will intro*
■ > ■' duoe i by law amending the revenue
by-law.   Ooun. Dafoo will introduce i
"    Oth, ifl o'oluotp. m.
' ——— ■»■—--^-—■»
wSM
•rltss;
. table IStstJory and Dys*
peptic Cure,*! feel as If 1 wera anew person.   I had been troubled with Dyspep*
^•v^aAteMnSi'
,   used this dslsbrated Dyspeptic Cure."
Kor all Impurities of the Hood, Sick
, i Headache,   Liver   ind  Kidney   Com
'Js,   pUES,Coitlveneai,eto., It is the beat
1:™**a-*dlclne known. "
*Xho following Business Directory relates
only tb persons Wlibse advertisements op:
pear ln tho Daily Columbian. It has
beon found true, as a rule, that persons
who advertise liberally are liberal ln their
dealings, and many persons make It a
rule to give preference ln their dealings to
those establishments. whloh advertise
freely. The following list Is arranged alphabetically!
LEGAL.
iT.'c.Atltlil«on .'.'. ColumblaSt
'W. jforman Bole.™ ..coiumbin 81
Corbobld A MeOoll. ........McKenzio St
* r .        ; B-nrut. OUtoc at Vancouver.
'      MBDICAL.
Dr. H. M. Coonor. il Church St
Dr. J. 0. Henderson Ohllllwhaek, B. c.
Dr. I. M. McLean McKensle St
Dr. DeWolfe Smith....... Clarkson St
'  INSURANCE,
W. 3. Armstrong [Ore] Conrt House
H.V.Edmonds McKensleSt
W. D. Ferris tllle di accident] Ferris St
T. R. Pearson [nre A life] ColumblaSt
Band Bros. [Ore dt life] McKensleSt
Branch Oflices at Vancouver dt Vic.
Turuer, Beoton A Co. [Are] Victoria
woods. Turnsr A Gamble.
[fire, life £ accIdenl]......Columbla8t
{ ■ MEAL' BITAVi AGENCIES.
Vl.fr. Bole......:...-. ...'.....Columbia Bt
Corbould A MoColl McKenzio St
H. V. Edmonds.: McKenzio Ht
W. D. Ferris Forrls St
Capt. Pittendrigh... McKensle Bt
Band Bros „ .MoKenzle St
Woods, Turner A Gamblo.,....Colnmbla St
v  -'[.■ ARCHITECT, &I.
C. it. Cii>w. ....... .......'.•..:...CIInton St
G. Vf. Grant. McKenzio St
' ..- Auctioneers.
H. N. Blob. Ladner's Landing
T. J. Trapp Columbia st
AGEWl FOR MACHINERY, Ac.
Fraser A Leonard Vancouver
'Il.SvM .it..iiijl..„....i.....„ Oolumbia St
INiTBt'MBNTS.
',.....&«-£^.;c.*0oiuml>lii Ht
PRINTING dl RULING.,' j!!;!
The Columbinn steam Printing Estahlish-
ment  Columbia St
 STOVES tt, TINWARE.       [    j
Jas. Cunningham Columbia St
R. M. Cunningham A Co Columbia St
HARDWARE.
hus. Ounnlpgbmai....^..,...—...Columbia St
'' ■ '''«f*'i ViTjriires.'-
jas. Cunningham .^.......Columbia Bt
H. M. CunninghnnUb Co. .....Columbia Ht
if.   SEWING nAOHINES. .',
6.3jUebsces\i...........u..^..Ls,:s..Columbia St
"flAKNBSS, tc.
Douglas A l*eli-..lon... ....Columbia st
.    GEflBBAL MERCHANDISE.
W.R. Austin Front St
Jan. Cunningham Columbia Ht
c. a. Major..:. Columbia Ht
WmJdHfcll;. Columbia St
C. MoDOnough Front Ht
DRY GOODS,
D. Drysdale A Co Coiumbin Ht
Jas. Ellard A Co Columbia st
Ogle, Campbell dt Co Columbia St
FURNITURE.
Pecblen A Heckley....... .....Columbia St
W. Prothero.....™.  .X'olumblaSt
WOOD A. OOAL.
A.Burns..........;.:..'. ..........t'li'cklo St.
Henry Elliott [Orders loft at Vf. MdColl's]
DRUGS, Ao.
■b.-S.CnrrisoV'bO;.'. ColumblaSt
A. Peele..... Columbia St
BUTCHERS.    |   ,.,;.;
Robt. Dickinson..!......^.'......(..Columbia Bt
WATCIINAKBRS * JEWELER*
...ColumblaSt
...Columbia St
....ColumblaSt
CARRIAGE
F. Crake	
F.Rtlraky	
C. M. McNaughten	
BLACKSMITHINC   *.
WORK-*.
Tttos. Ovens. .'. C.....SS
Held A Currie ;.........'..;...„
:'./       Mtisaiikt
..ColumblaHt
.Columbia Bt
Farmers Homo [Holden],
The Clarence [ Richards]..
[ohnrds].::rM..'.ii:...Vlc|orln
PAINTERS,  dke.
.Chns. .Murray..., ..........,.......r..Cliii*sonSt
BOOTS « SROES,
G. H. Grnrir A Co Columbia St
H. Kells. „..,,. Columbia St
Wm. Ross .ColumblaSt
D. DrysdaleA Co, ColumblaSt
Tbo* Walsh .............Columbia St
,-. {. i ". >.:J-    BAKERY. -'.'■
A, Dlcbol..
'•.',■    ''fV"""**'
G. W. nenry.... '	
E. Huleherson,
.............
:....'.:.:;...'...PortHi«ninond
 Ladners
"     FARCY POCLTBV, *e.
Jno, 8. Cox...*..:.,.......... v.l.'.il.Roy.l Avenue
[Succssor I.T,B.PearsnACo,l . .
*^l£(Q»A^lb. thkar!
Jj   rival of k largo Btock of
Arrtsts'Mateflals!
Consisting of
. ColMW, Water and Oil- ■
Flint Brushes, all sizes; '
PllC«IM- Porcelain * Papicrmschs
Pine|ii
■   -      - - ■ i,di.
llUhMti.
itM^ArB'^'W''*' *c
Bavlil Lyal also begs to announce that.
In order to make room for a fresh arrival
of Goods from England, considerable reductions will be mado on muoh of the
preM'sfcKk for t'll':- -■ -. ■   dwlefflml
iMtfiiMil
LAND SURVEYORS,
Real EstatB, Insurance and
lion Agents.
Fire, Ufe, Accident 4 MarMie
otinSij mm\*i-
'™:;.'j(l,«i<iW**f :   ■
Dominion Express Comp'y, Ld.
Kiitern fimdlin
ink Hotel
Bought and Sold.
FOOIWO.        SEOK KONO.       KWONOHlHd
Fook Wo* Co
COLUM'JA STREET,
ttlspboneSJ.       ''Hoot WMTMINaTEB.
• 'dWIe    "
DEALERS IN
&BOGERIES 1 PROVISIONS
Employment Offlce.
Columhlu St.. near Cleveland Iiouse
dmbStiml
SO BAOK. -UiSii
•«w mush
wmm 1 cu.
Wholesale and Retail
DRUGGISTS!
Kew Westminster, B, C.
dwmliluto,    .
$9000 1
JI0I1K OK IKSS.
AUCTION SALE
Important to Jlfirclianls, Can-
ner)men, Bllllmen, Hotel-
keepers, Hi-ails of Fa-
mlllesaud the Public ficncrslly.
T HAVE KECBIVED INpTHUCTIONS
1 ■• from the Trustees ol the Estate of Kelly llros., of this city, to sell 'by Public
Auction, nt Store, near Puclflc Carriage
Works, on
Wednesday, 30th March, '87
At 10 o'clock, a. m., the entire fltocfcof
KollyBrow.,consisting in'part-of all the
leading lines In ■Ururcrloii* l*r.tvl9lo*ut
Produce. Tobucco A titan, together
with Fixtures bolonicltig tothe two Stores;
also, Hnrup**, Cnrtx. Ac.
The sale will commence at io o'clock
sharp.  TermnotHale. '
T. J*. TZLA.P3P-,
dwmti2ltd Auctioneer.
2JTQTI05J.
VTOTICE IH HEREBY UIVnN THAT
ll thirty days aftor dnte wo intend:maki
I5g application to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a leaso for timbering purposes of the following desoribed
lands, situate on the east sido of Harrison
Lake, up. a ereek generally known as
Twenty-mile Creek, where a stake has
been planted oh tho water's edge of the
ereek about, one milo from Harrison Lake;
thenee running in u south-easterly iiirec-
tlott forty (40) chnliut; Uutuu in » northeasterly direction eight hundred (800)
chains; thence running' tn a north-westerly direction forty (-10) olinlns, moreor
less, to tho water's edge of said ereek;
thenee following tlto wator's edge of croek
eight hundred (800) chains more orless,
to the point of commencement—containing three thousand two hundred (.1200)
acres, more or losn, and to bo known ns
Limit 0.
Also, the following lands situate on the
opposite sine of tho oreek to Limit 0, and
to be known-as Limit D, commencing
where a stake has boon planted about ono
mile from Harrison Lake at the wator's
edge of said creek; theuce running ln a
north-westerly direction forty (40) chains;
thenee running, in a north-easterly direction eight hundred (SOO) chalnu: thence
running In a south-easterly direction
forty l«] chains, more or less, to snid
creek; thence following the water's edge
eight hundred LBOO] chains, more or less,
to the point Qf commencement—containing three thousand two hundred [ran]
acres, more or less. Imml
LEAMY A KYLE.
Vnncouver, B. (\, Mnreh 15,1887.
d m hl7mH
To the Eleetors!
AND THI PUBLIC IN GENERAL
Of the District of
Or any other District.
Feeling that whether we1 have the ,
DEEPENED
Or not, we must have Boots anil Shoos,
THEREFORE,
CEO. H. GRANT Sc Cft
Tike advantage of this opportunity to
let the readers of this paragraph know
where Boots and Shoes of various de*
scriptions and of all sizes may be had.
We have taken the Store on Colombia
Street lately occupied by Mr. oT. A.
White, and are in a position to entertain
customers, to whom we extend a cordial
invitation io call and examine our
Stock. , .
SEO. H. GRANT & CO.,
dwmhSte Cnu-uau .Sntntr.
8500 REWARD.
tlIVEl.;.!HtffclJltED DOLLARS, . HE-
X wardwillbo paid by the advertiser
.for such Information as will lead to the
conviction of the person or persons who
recently sent Innmtlnk anonymous letters
In the guise Of Valentines to a number of
residents of this clly. The name and address of the advertiser may be had at this
office, .
New Westminster, March J2; 1887.
dmhl2ml ■•»*.• 1
NOTICE.
i SITTING OF THE COUNTY OOURT
A of Viotorin will lie held at the Oourt
House, Cowlohan, on Wednesday, the
Mill ilny of April next.
By Command, ■„..,,
•INO. KOBSON,
,     Provincial Socretary.
Provincial Sccrelary'K Office,
Mth Maroh, leW. ilmhtHM
What Phtsiomu Sat hum thi
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
"Treatment by Absorption has for some
time been recognized by Medical Men to
bo the most simple and effectual means
of conveying tp Diseased Qigans, "Curatives," but in canes of Kidney Disease and
Complaints attendant thereon, successful
treatment wns practicably Impossible until the introduction of the Starr Klduey
Pad. It costs less timn a single prescription and Is immeasurably more decisive
anU effective than any quantity of internal
Medicinal dosing. Worn Immediately over
tlie seat of Disease, its curative properties
become absorbed by the diheased and enfeebled Organs,continuously and directly,
as required to Insure lh return their healthy action and original vigour. Itisfiom-
fort-ithle- to the patient and pleasant In Its
effects, and cures when nothing else can.
ThoBtarr Kidney Pad accomplishes positive, decisive results. A more, valuable
discovery, as a true remedy, for Kidney
Diseaseswasnewrmade;—X/MtaJGairffo
The Klnn Kldsey PM, manufactured
In Toronto, Is a permanent sdfe cure for
disease**, disorders and ailments of the
Kidneys, BladfSer and urinary secretive
system, or attendoht complaint*, causing
pain in tlienmull ot the back, sides, etc,,
producing urinary dlaonleri, auch as too
frequent, scanty, difficult, painful or copious micturition,inuMlltyof retention and
sedimentary orlne, dropsical symptoms,
etc.. denoting thp presence in the system
of diseases common to the urinary seer*
tive organs—known as ■gravel; eafarrh of
tho bladder and pauntfea,Brlgtitrs disease,
diabetes, dropsy, piles, nervous debtUty,
etc. Bend for pamphlet to LANGLEY A
CO., 'WhQtfota Agenft, Victoria, gbt&ir-
c<l I'v A. M.HKUKINGand 1>. 8. CURTIS
A CO.. New W^itoln.U;-; T. MoNCB-
LKV, t/i-lni.-t*H Landing: H. McDOWKLL
A CO., HA8TINOSSAW MPL'CO:,THB
VANCOUVER DRUG CO.: VancouVeri,
W. E. McOAR'tNEY A BRO., Vancouver
and Kamloops; J. r. LOVELL Yale; W.
R. MEGAW, Priost Valleyj H. CLARK*
CO., Kamloops.       • dwse2Syl
TESTIMONIAL!
Vancouver, 8$rd June, 1886.
MR.U. ^OpRBTSON,, ,.;w(
'Vancouver:   Q       y m
Representing Goldle A McCulloch, :
' Gait, Ont.
Sin.—We the undersigned having witnessed the terrible fire which wiped out of
existence the young city nf Vancouver,
on the 13th inst, have, tftefejhe Are, examined the safes sold byjrtu, some of
■jrhleM *#ere'wt.t6 the
having Men shrroundei
ties of lard and bacon, and we are pleaueu
to testify to tho remarkable manner 1n
which every Safe sold by you preserved
its contents, not only books -mra' papers,
but also thousands of dollars In paper
mouey were taken out in perfect condition.-We can, therefore, with the, greatest confidence, recmnmend them as thoroughly Are proof! ■     .-
L, A. Hamilton, for tho Canadian Paciflo
Railway Company:   M. A. M»-*-—
-   Mayor; John J, Blake, Htlpendli
flstrate; Rlch'd. Alexander,.""
he Peace; John Bout tbee,Poll
trate, City of Vancouver; Thomiwuiiuu,
Justice of thoFeaoe, Isaao Johns, Col.;
Edward E. Rand, Real Estate Broker;
H. Balfour, Alderman: John Rankin,
Real Estate Broker: Pither A,Mm,
        Ti   rimui m, i-im*uii,
lo Vancouver and English Bay; T. 6.
Innes A Co., Real Estate Brokers; .A. Vf.
Robs, .Real Estate Broken Gravely A
Spinks, Real Estate Brokers! R. 0. Fer*
BUson,Mtr.R.O.P.«IIHs.- WOtO!
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
Printing Company
H-IMXTBID.)
Ot? THBIOTH OF JAKUAEY, 1887,'
the Colomuia-,' Newspaper and
Printing Concern was purchased by a.
joint stock company composed of oltiieus
cf Kew Westminster, to be known as tho
"British ..Columbian, 'PrMng do.,
litnlfci^ M Tho ''ceiiceft( "liiis: been- tor
neatly ayokr ownid and cbiisrolled by
the Britiah Columbia Stationery aid
I'rjntjng gpmpnny(.of IJe-r Weatmtester,
VictorUattdVtocOAiver. the objeot. ot
the new company is to continue the pub*
licatlon of the Bnnnn OoLOHBIAX newspaper and carry On a ceneral printing ud
publishing concern, controlled entirely by
those whose individual Interest it will lie
to promote the development, especially
of the Mainland. There will'be no
slackening of the energy hitherto displayed in the i-wagtmeat of the establishment, and its patrons may rely upon
receiving full value for their money.
The Coiombuk will continue to be entirely independent In both Dominion and
provincial politics, and will devote Itself
to the xlvaocfcieat't-i ss-ek schemes as
may bo consld^j i*%e nublio interest,'
The conoorrus now entlrefy separate from
any other badness, the1 book and
stationery eetaoUshment in' f|his city
having been tahen over by Mr. T. R.
Pearson, who wiU continue to; carry it on
in his own name and for his own benefit.
It Is desirable that a daily newipaper
should be maintained In this city, and
the new.compaay aslts for public patron*
Jgc on the ground (bat It Is engaged in
an enterprise calculated to promote tba
public wellaij. It asks that the Cot*
UMMASbe julJstinlt«owu merittand
supported only to long as its policy la
cnconsisttwith'ltojnVc-IWslois.' In Son*
sequence of thU^ttn-*^ oT^ags allao-
connts due the concern mnn be SeSASStt
without delay so that the books of the
former company may be adjusted and
closed. Addrssaalloominnnicntionsand
remittances'to , '.''
.   ;.   D. ROBSON, Manager.
New Westminster, Jan. 28, 1887.
|U,TtijtifPEKlAL
FIRE INSURANCE GDI
i Old Bnoiii St, ud 18 Paix 1
.'•fuiinJoN.,  .-
-fjTOR. INSDBINO HOD8KS 4
J? Buildings, Qoodi, Wlu-es, 1
due, Maniifactnrlng ud Fannin
Shi-), ta Port, Harbor or Dock,
Cttgoea of such Vessels f also, Shi
Ins and repairing, Barges and ot
eels on navigable rivers and ean
Gooda on board suoh Vessels, thi
Gnat Britain and lrclud ud in
Countries,
F*0> 1088 OR DiaUdl BI
Snbeeribed and Inrsated Ca]
^1.660,000 'Bfl
SatMtt Prnmhmi and every
Hon cu be obtained on appUoatt
''''■■''Wirm&mm
' Agent for New West
Mm
ASSOCIATION
Aurantee Caf lial ..•••........... •♦:
head Office, foRONtb.G.
;:i;A:HpMfC0MPA]
.Thii. Association mei
cdnfiB^hce the Publfc: is
ing in it from, the ■ fo!
■FACTS.-^,- ■
I The 8ecurU/ offered to poUey I
uninrpassed by any Comuinydc
nettS in Canada,
It baa no sehetnes of lneuranoi
weU.-eatablUbed llnet. hence t
holders oannot be misled u to I
traotB. '
; Ite ■tatement* to the public oai
Ily undentood, ite oaah elateme
Ing every Item of Inrome and ho
Its position isAscertalnedannu
a detailed valuation In which e'
of IlSbmtyis included.
Ite nrofroM has been unexai
the lifstory of Insurance InCanai
, IU polities ate indisputable' a
yean, hnd non-forfeltable after t
existence.   :>
.' Ite proflta are distributed upon!
.able lasts. The proflts to on*
policy holden are not lesiena
larger uroflts to any other elai
method affords superior wivanl
tbe uniform bonus plan of dlstr
UfeeralCenilllnu as tmMenU
.  -r- <   Tnvel*
.    '**MSSi
,   Agent, Kew Westmlnst
J.7*j-no-alt«rnaU.
f uiijo'i
It vlo
a   num t ikpokth
Dry Gog
"   l-;l     '■'—-liUIIl-----
CROCERI
TUSf RKCEIVID IN DKi
A'NUrV STO
In all shadss ud material ol
GOODS,1 including Cashmeres
Silks, Satins, Black and Coin
teens and Plushes. COTTONS
and unbleached]. UNINC
TONS, HOLLANDS, 4c. Gr
Scarlet ud Checked FLANNi
DIM GLOVKS, in Cotton, '
and Rid.' Ladiea Merino s
Wool Vests. JERSEYS, t
Hosiery, Muslins, Diaper III
Brilliants, ke., ke.
Men's Clothi
Vet Quality, .Htyle, Fit I
oan't be tonohed.
MEN'S FURNI8HI
In every Line. Cotton, '11
Wool Underwear, WhiteShl
Collars, Gloves, Brnies, Card
ets, te, Abo, Cottoa, Mer
mere, Lambs Wool and Knit I
J-**.'*****-/.'':.';- ■":'-'.''
Also, HATS ud CAPS, 1
Genu'   RUBBER GOODS
BRELLA8.
In House Furnishing
Carpets, Rngs, Window I
Rings and Mountings, Win*
(Buf, Green and Striped), D
Cretonnes, Sheetings, Tows
Oounterpuet, Bleached ud I
Table Linens, Nankins, Tiokl
eta aad Aroticdown <Jilts, Ti
udCovsrs.
IN GROCEI
Everything foud fai a Ont-i
TTsbme-it, and none but the be
»0«il1''FWi*eaAr"»ndVei
Ittmeiwt-MVttmpsmtt. I
M-mmmmmem, Mst I al
MU.- «*e..w«^ ,
ssM Mt uSm get wkM we Asa Alaskan Cruiser.
■Tisw    Yobs,   Mar.   23.—The V. S.
Thetis, .tk -aemlirut veoel, purohsaed
Ahe   navy department aa aa explor-
ateamer in search for Lieut. Greely,
L which -eras the flagship of the ex-
Lit-ion, has been equipped as a naval
sel and -will sail to-morrow for duty
:he Alaskan -waters.     She will make
firat stop at Montevideo and thenee
asigh the Straits of Magellan to
Iparsviao, thenee te San FrancUco,
ore    she will obtain full, aupplies for
cruise She ia in command of Lt.
m. n-e Bmory, who oommanded the
t*r,  of   the Oreely expedition.
Myers,    Biacebridge,   writes:
* -Belectrio   OU  ia  the  bent
lt alwi
homne
2.  Thei  _
licine I sell. lt always gives aarisfetc
„ aad in cases of coughs, colds, sore
sea-tr, Ae., iananadia-ta relief has been
dved by theae who use it."
Surrey.
tat th* OataaaMaa.)
'he    Surrey    council    memorialized
(government at their laat meeting
better mail facilities, likewise two
■e poatofBoea.-—Kanaingtoa Prairie
own in the. legislature estimate*
S700 to erect a school building for
t -progress! we       settlement.     The
ernment deserve credit for the vary
ral apirit they exhibit in the mat-
of education.——The rumors that
reyora are ' kooh tb be' out from
an to loeate the    proposed    railroad.
from Ladner's ta Popcum cause
aider-able discussion : among tha
dl people of Xiangley and Surrey aa
there tbe line will actually be
Lt. Of course, each ia desirous to
e it near hia own door, partioular-
F the company    erect a station   ad-
iht. Mr.   Banna, of    Mud Bay, is
r nble to be around and attend to
duties,  but ia yet in'"quite   feeble
Ith. The    libel    suit     for '06,000
inat the Blaine J~ournttl, brought
J. A.. Murne of Semiahmoo, waa
d. laat week in Whatcom before
[gate Jones, President Cleveland's
appointment, and resulted us a
ory for     the  editor.     Murne   paya
a. The owners of   stook    in   New
stminater district aire likely to reap
siderable benefit the    presont  aea-
from the loes of stoek in the   inte-
of JB. O.
 *   "  '-.— m    *
Snsoixo Sknsation in Throat AMD
ate called heartburn, aud oppression
ae pit of the stomach after eating,
both the offspring of dyspepsia. Alkav-
walts like carbonate of soda may re-
9 bnt oannot remove the cause. A
sMxtf remedy is to be found in North-
flfc Lymane Vegetable Diacovery and
peptic Cure. Those associate organs,
liver sand bowels, benefit in common
a their ally, the stomach, by the  use
this     benign     and     blood-purifying
Condensed Despatches.
he    lia.bilit.iea    of    Jamea  &   John
of Philadelphia, are 9194.-
fae     str.     Arizona    haa   arrived   at
enstown   with   Secretary Manning
udgc vVallace has ordered the aale
the IT. Y., Aullaad & Montreal
■ray ^SJP*1-^ fc'le reoeiver's certificate
Ceroid, an    official    in    the French
office, haa    been dismissed on sus-
thnt he had been supplying the
oof    the   department to foreign-
'he oon sail -general in Canada of the
Xljtpublic baa been notified
■ent of -the rliaappearanca
the principal points ef
holers from
L. country,
'he -revision of the west-bound
ght tariff for posting bn April 1st,
ara the inter-state law enters into
ct, shows a reduction from 60 to 42J
ba per hundred.
.cable diapateh has .j sat been re-
'efi at New York from Rome an-
ncing that the Pope, desiring to
>v special honor to Archbishop Cor-
n, has named him aa prelate saint to the pontifical throne.   -
Aat* There.
poet came ln at the office door,
b sasvt nlmself down In a etietr.
editor satilled In a knowing way,
-»«* simply remsrketl, " Ah, therel"
ts. befsn," I've a poem on syrlna."
Bleared a alare
lm down Ave niflitsof atalrs
.«* editor
sen aofllx~oii*seu^eu,^-'Stayriliene."'
be Great French Remedy, Dr. Le-
-» Periodical Pills. These Pills sre
pounded from the purest drugs, and
n. those only -which are known to act
n the Oesemti'i-e Organ, in Females.
y are first enclosed ia an air-tight
■aale, and by thia mean, made to re-
their full strength for yesrs in any
late. ask ua for private oirenlar.
K. Ukmuvq dt D. S. Cea-ris * Co.,
r Westmuiater; T. McNeeley, Lad-
a Landing! JB. McDowell A. Co., Van-
ror; Ph-nbury dt Co., Nsmsimo; T.
ca.nl. Penman Island; A. Rt Johnson
». - Chemainus; R. B. Riohardaon
iahaai VtT. JS." MoCfci-tney ft Bro.,
-oouvfcs and Kamloops; Hastings Saw
. Co., "Vanoouver; The Vanconver
m Oo. , -Vancouver; J. B. Lovell, Yale;
R. Megaw, Priest Valley; H. Clark
ope; LAtraiav & Co.,
,   Victoria.      dwse28yl
Wholesale city Market.
■••••..•••.—3.....* 0 I
, .-It.  .........    0 1
. faelaHy -per eord.—-   SI
WANTED.
KD   fiODDIHO,   sear Royal
. er similar elevated pan ot
*|S£   •oaW?s'rnn.l,TS,«r. SSL.
~- *wir..sr-•—r-
The ConltederaUon Lite,
The annual report of tbia solidly prosperous Canadian inatitutlon will be found
us another column. The facta revealed
in the accounts and the Directors' report
thoroughly justify tho ecoinlums whicli
the aliareholden present bestowed upon
the management. Thanks to tlie resolute
manner in whioh the Compnny hu declined to embark upon extravagant
methods of procuring business, the working exnenass of tbo company bear to the
total inoome tbe rery email ratio of between 17 and .'3 per cent. A point attesting the sound ?ees of the finances of
the Company it the lact that the interest
ineouse is tufflefont to pay tho death
olaims—whieh id s company of the age of
the Confederation life la something to be
prot-d OC. The on. te and liabilities are
sei forth In minute detail* nnd tho tables
show thst, after mak'ug r"owanoe for all
possible contingencies eei providing for
every debt, there I. n surplus of 1282,199
ovei* liabilities a'd capital combined.
The Inorssse In the assets <n i he laat year
waa 9260,800. So muoh for wbat can be
done by rigid adherence to what the
President deiiued aa the true polioy of
the Company, vie:—"To keep ite balance
sheet right arid avptd unnecessary, unwise, or extravagant expenditure for the
sake merely of increasing new busineu."
—Toronto Globe. T. R. Pearson*Co.
are agents for thia company In British
Columbia. ' ml9to
Bronse lut oo-npe natively new substance,
and haa core '
White Bbonzjc Monumunts.—White
npt-njlivelynewaubetance,
_ :,ito lnrge uec, npidly, for
special po po-"iin thb country. It haa
been fourd to bo op well adapted for statuary and rriohuu'oots, that companies
have -been" for sot.e time established at
Bridgeport, Corn.* Detroit, Mich., Des
-nomas, Iowa, pi-* St. Thomu, Canada,
wbo are making monuments of nll kinds
and styles. Froi.< experiment* made by
these oompriiieaL it hu been found that
the material will aland exposure for an
indefinite perlod--lt is practically inde*
atmcUb'e. While Bronze being non-
covrosive rnd uuohangeable, It is stated
to he equal to gold, ailver or platinum,
and sopetior io copper or antique bronze,
which throws oTr verdigris. The monuments are oast f t>in refined zinc, and are
given their ana' kling appearance by the
sand blast, mud being blown ngalnst the
work nnder a high pressure of steam,
whioh outs. tbe surface, but doea not ad*
'here to ii. A thin film of oxide which
forms ox this bronzo it indistructible by
the e'eh-entsi it oannot be dinolved by
water, and air oannot penetrate It, although, the fi'r.i I. aothln as to be immeasurable. Ilo corrosion, it la affirmed,
can take plaoe.—Boston Jc",-nal of Commerce. Chns. J. Kobson, Mew Westminster, I* sgent for the White Bronze
Monnnenta in Biitish Columbia. Muoh
cheaper and more durable than any
ether myDto
§*1*. PAUL'S CHURCH. Services ev-
) Ory Sunday at 11. A. u. and 7 p. m. In
a Churoh, 8t. John atreet, below Boyal
avenue. Seats free, all are cordially Invited. Sundav School at 2,*0 P. a.
 (feasto)	
MBTHODiaT CHURCH, Hary St.
Rev. O. Watson, Pastor. Services at
m. and 7 p. m. Sunday School and
Bible Olaaa 2:30 p. m. Prayer Meetlni* on
Thursdays at 8 p. m. Sehta free; strangers
oordlally Invited. Je7-lo.
SAPTIST CHVRCH, Agnes Street,
' JSast of Alary Street, Rev. Robert
nnle, Pastor. Lord's Day Services at 11
a. m. and 7 p. m. Sabbath School and
Bible Clasa at 2:80 p. m. All seats free;
strangers oordlally welcomed,   d-detlto
m       HSION LODOB Ha, S, A. F.
-evr^*W * A* •**—The regular Com-
JV^V munlcstlona ot tbis Lodge are
/ ^r \ held On the first Monday ln eaoh
month. Sojourning brethren sre cordially 1 nvlted to attend .,_
*   . PE-TER GRANT,
fega-to Secretary.
aSTOTIOE.
A Idti PERSONS INDEBTED TO THB
X%. Corporation of tbe City of Now Weat-
uTmUr for delinquent Taxei are hereby
notlfled thmt unleu payment Le made at.
tho olliee of ihe City Clerk on or before
the Uth Huy of April next, legal proceeding* will toe taken for the recovery of the
nnw.      ByOrdei,
■        JAS. A. ROBINSON,
dmha-ttd C. M. C.
35TOTICE.
Ia tks Matter ef Use Estate of Alexander
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
all -persona Indebted to the late Alexander Morgan, deceased, nre required to
pay the amount of their lndebtedneas to
the undersigned forthwith; and all peraons having any claim against said estate are required to furnish particulars
thereof, duly verified, within one month
from tnin data
Dated at New Westminstor, 24th March,
1887.
CORBOULD A McCOLL,
Solicitor*, for Benj. Adau s, Executor,
dtahHwl
YOUNG  MEN'S
Christian Association!
LECTURE v EftEMADNBIT
IM< THB SKATING RINK at « o'clocll
every Weaneatlay alghl during Mareh
and April.
Tickets for Course.il, whioh gentlemen
may exchange for membership to June
•Oth,.1887. without extra fee.
WEDNESDAY. MARCH M:
Popular   Lecture I
;■ by kv. aoviriuf watwi.
. ■. ■     - -   ■	
- aalmlssiea, at eta. Tickets mny be had
at tbe .tore, of D. Lyal, (I. H. Orant * Co.
and D. S. Curtis A Co. dnihgtd
TENDERS
A RS ■ INVITED UP TO NOON OF
A   the las day ef April, IMI. for the
aurehase of the le-uehnld premises on the
North-we.t oorner.of Columbia and McKensle Streets, New Westminster.
The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
KOrfunher^^reajp^
dmhlStapl
Hotlcltor-or
irlgagee.
IF YOU WANT
To replace the Plants lest Inat Winter,
aend to
M IHM riMU, by mall, for   -    $1
i* ■•!*• rust*,       *■ i
Mmcketo Flower geedi,      •    I
' I bave the moat complete atock of Flowering and Ornamental Pln'nla tn the Provinoe.
FORGET-ME-NOT.
Q. A. MoTAVISH, S*ed-«rawer and Florist, North Saanich, a 0.
mvCatsloguea sent free to any address,
dwmhlimt
Election Expenses.
ELEOTION EXPENSES OF DONALD
CHISHOLM at lato election:
Printing	
Travelling Expenses....
1184 00
.    J. 0. ARMSTRONG,
Agent,
New West., 21st March, 1887.     dmhJSwl
WANTED.
A DULY QUALIFIED TEACHER FOR
8Uvo River School. Halury, ffo per
month. Applications vtatlng cortlflnte
and qualifloatlona received by the under*
signed up to Ihe 23th Maroh.
NOBLE OLIVER,
Beo. of Trustees,
dwiuTUl Wlionnoek Station.
iTOTIOB.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
ll I have made application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands nnd Worka
for a license to ent.and carry away timber
on and from Lots SS, a, XI, &, 29, 80, 81,82,
84,85,88 and 89, ln the Hastings townsite,
New Wostmlnster Dlslrlet,
W. A. DUNdAN.
New Westmlnsler,Feb. 25,1887.  dmhlml
For Sale or To Let.
T OT 5, BLOCK 9, CITV OF NEW WEBT-.
Jj minster, la hereby offered for sale or
tolrt.
.This desirable property Ib situate on
Richard Street, directly opposite the Royal City Planing Mills. There Is a good
stable and barn upon the lot, ,
For terms and other particulars, apply
to W. NOUMAN BOLE,
dml]22ml       Solicitor for Mortgagee.
Delta Stock Yard.
LADNER'S LANDING.
mHE FIRST AUCTION SALE OF
Live Stock and Implements
Will be held ln tho nbovo Yard on
Wednesday, Uth May, 1887.
Persons wishing to onter Stoek for sale
will oblige by sending particulars ot same
to K. N. RICH,
Auctioneer.
Ladner's Landing, March 21,1887.
mhiUfftldlw
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
1|11UIW1J1UUUU|
UND ANO INSURANCE MENT.
McKenzie St.. New Westminster, B.O.
Valuable Building and Manufacturing
Sites for Sale or Lease In the cities of New
Westminster and Vancouvor,
Farms for Sale.
Money to Loan on good Real Estate se*
ourlty at reasonable rates.   mh2dmlwto
MUSICAL & LITERARY
AND   SUPRER  ,,.,,
w ran > i'i:        "•»•-
Baptist   Church!
 ON	
TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 29.
SIHORUSES, QUARTETTES, 80L0S,
i ard Reoltatlons. Addresses by Rev.
essrs. Scouler, Watson and Haddon.
Programme at 7:30 sharp, :in Audience
Roam; BnpperaLO, In Lecture Hall.
Tickets, M cents eaebt Children Half-
price: at the stores of C. M. McNaughten
and Ogle, Campbol! & Co,    ~> dmhl5td
♦5000 00,
HOBS OR LKfiB.
AUCTION SALE
Important to Merchants, Caiinerymen, Hlilmen, Hotel-
keepers, Heads of Fa-
mlllesand the Pnblic Generally.
T HAVE RECEIVED INRTRUCTIONS
1 from the Trustees of the Estate of Kelly Bros,, of this oity, to sell by Publie
Auction, at Store, near Pacific Carriage
Works, on
Wednesday, 30th March,'87
At 10 o'clock, a. m,, the entire stoek of
Kelly Bros,, consisting In part* of nil the
leading lines In Urorcrle*. Provisions,
Produce. Tebaceo A Clgan, together
with Fixtures belonging lo tho two Stores;
also, ■•mr*, Carls. Ac.
The salo will commonco at 10 o'clock
sharp. Terms at sale.
dwmMltd
AuoUoncer.
To the Electors
AND THE PUBLIC IH GENERAL
Of the Distriot of
'JI
Or any othor District,
Feeling that whether we have the
DEEPENED
Or not, we must have Boots ami Shoes,;
THEREFORE,
GEO. H. GRANT & GO.
Take advantage of this opportunity to
let the readen ot this paragraph know
where Boots and Shoes of various descriptions and of all sizes may be had,
We havo taken the Store on Columbia
Street lately occupied by Mr. Ni A,
White, and are in a position to entertain
customers, to whom we extend a cordial
invltition lo call and examine our
Stook.
SEO. H. GRANT ft CO.,
dwishitte Oi.mil StMIT)
•mem
H CO.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF
'for thS tailoring department,
*l    ' —1—   '
ALSO, A CONSIGNMENT OF
Ready-Made Clothing!
D. Drysdale & Co.
73 Oolumbia Street, N. W.
dw*mh7to
^Tsstssrsmssfmrsr==^====^   !   i   '    ',    '.'...——***-
Largest Dry Goods, Slothing iind Gents' Furnishing House on
the Mainland.
JAMES ELLARD & GO,
OOX.TT-
mvr-t
2&9"vr   "!5^7"eetBalaa.sitex, ijSB.  C.
fUjjt   ..,.  dwja^to "JR   ' '"
06LE. CAMPBELL & CO.
Have just received, ex N.
P. R., their first consignment English Dry Goods
& House Furnishings, consisting of Brussels & Tapestry Carpets, Lace and
Scrim Curtains, Damasks,
Cretonnes, Table Linens
& Napkins, Towels, &c.
An inspection solicited.
' dwmh2ltc
!   Bargains!
i
Bold & SilTer VatcliBS, DiamoM Bings.
BRACELETS, PINS, LOCKETS, CHAINS, AC.
Also -, large  assortment  of" SILVER   PLATED   WARE
KNIVES, FORKS, SPOONS, &c.
|7 All Goods guaranteed to be as represented.
CM, McNaughten,
dw-jai9tc Colonial Block, New Westminster, B. C.
Notice to Creditors!
T*8L.
as Kelly,
minster.]	
real and personal estate lo Mesafs.8...
Pius, John Wilson and F. 0. Simpson, In
Iru.l for tha rmlllor. ol Ih. ..(a Kelly
iitoa. Oredltors ar. requested to send
tu.'lr claim, to Mr. & T. HIU, Victoria,
forthwith,
mteil Maroh Sth, 1887.
8. PKBRY MILU, of Victoria
■rSte^**
dmhlml HetWIorsforTrnslsie,
WOOD & COAL
General Teaming
Jf ALL[KINDS DOHB PROMPTLY
1 and at reasonable rates.
«rOrders may be left at W. H. Bum.1
0'

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