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NBW WESTMINSTER, B, 0., THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 9, 1887.
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T\.WObF IMITB, K.B.
OFFICE-Clsrkson Street, opposite rear
entrant, ot Colonial Hotel.
REHMNOB-Ame. St., opposite new
OFFICII HOURS—10 a. m. to 11 noon; 3
to S; and 6:80 to 8 p.m. . . dnoloto
I.*
H. KAHLUA*, B. A.) X. D„ 0. H,
OFFICE! MeKensle Street, next door to
Drill Shed.
DEHCEi Ainn Street, third house
RESIDENCE! A|0
from llsrjr Street.
OFFICE HOURS: 10 to IS; % to S; 1:80 to 8.
d-delito
H
H.COOPBB.B. A.,H.D.,
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
OFFICE snd KESIDENOE-Churoh St.
a sin door to Farmers' Home), sear
ilanbls St., New Westminster, RC.
OFFICE HOURS-.tolOS.rn.; 1 to I sad
S.80 to 1p.m. Calls In town and ooun-
try promptly attended to, lejto
paBBDtia * Btcau,
BABIUSTERS,
B0LIOTTORS, ETC
Offloe. llckensle Street, New Westminster,
sndV«ncouver,B.O. JySldwto
rn o. atkibkok,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, 4c.
MeKenile Street,
dwfeMtc New Westminster, B.C.
fl A. JBBHB,
BARRISTER-AT-LAW,
Will eommence business on the 1st ol
July pro...
Offloe at th. offlee ol H. V, Edmonds,
Esq., MacMensle Street, dmyallo
w
RORXAB BOLB,
BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
Land Agent, Honey to Loan,
Columbia St, New Westminster, RC;
and Tallow's Block, Comble St, Vancouver, 8.0. selte
ri  W. ORAA-T,
ABOHITEOT
At A. J. H11I1 Offlee,
dwIeSSte MeKenile St
p  H. CLOW,
ARCHITECT.
OFFICE, lor the present, at residence on
Clinton Street
atr Word may be leri»l«i,
store. •'■•'> yiav,.   V
-sjfr
/1APT. flTTBNDRIOH,
LAND AOENT, AC, AC
CotumblaStreet,
d-delte
NearCrescem.ic.rr.
rn j. tbapp,
AUOHONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columbia Street, .....New Westminster
All eommlisloni will receive prompt
ud earefol ttlentlon. But relereneet
liven when required. mhU-lo
W. D. FERRIS,
-UID, BOUSE tnd OENM M
lest Md Debt collector.
inilU SOOIII1BSB FOB 8111.
ABMI *» •■• TBATEIBTa UN ud
ACUMaT MHBAMB CBBPAbT,
OFFIOB:-Ferrls Street, New Westmin-
stir, «•»•
RAND BROS.
T)»AL B.TATE BROKER.,
Ossv.ysse.r.,Oell.eler.,
Aad tssar.se. Afant.,
Oflee, st VIOTORIA; Fort Street,
NEW WESTMINSTER I Corner
MeKenile snd Clwluon Sta.
VANCOUVER, Cordova Street
BUILDING LOTS lor sale In all sections
•I Vancouver and New Westminster City.
FARM LANDS ol superior quality lor
sal. at Ohllllwhaok, Tort Hammond,
Uniley, MaUquI, Sumas, Mad Bay.Lad-
ntr's Lthdlni, Lulu Island, North Arm
and Pitt River.
Mtpland Plans eihlblted andthefull-
Mt Information furnished at all ouroffloet
Power of Attorney.
\rOWOB IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
rtdarlna my abstnee Mr. Horatio Webb
.    of Chilliwhaok holds my power of attorney, GEO. R. ASHWELL,
— "*•©•
lOmioiOirs
SAVING BEEN APPOINTED BOLE
Afsuti Is thlt Frovlnc.lor.num-
of letdlsi manufacturers In Canada,
we an prepared to furnish price! and lull
particulars of all kinds of machlneryfor
£aw Mills. Rhlnll. Mill.. Factories. Four.-
dries and Machine Shops, lnoludln. En-
alntt ud. Boilers, stationary udporl.
able, both new and second-hand; also;
beer Bellini,
Axes and Edae Tools
Hardware,
jfOlls, Harness,
.,., ..heels, Builders'
III Msehlnea,      Show Cases,
Builders1 Supplies,
Rolitlsi Blocks,     Gns Machines,
""lips' Blocks,        Iron Tools,
-ushxantl Brooms, Paint, and Oils,
sola. Fell. Bheathln. Paper,
ilrbanks' Sealii,  Br>sGoods,Ir'nllp'i
FRASER TUEONAIID,
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WHAKFSTBKET • VICTORIA.
JL.OXBITB  FOB
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Co. lor Mainland.
H, 0. BEETON A 00.,
38 Flnsbury Circus,
London, E. 0,
THE CLARENCE
Oorier Tain « Dooglu Streets,
VICTORIA, B. C.
fflAUK 0. HIOrMM,.!.   - '•»'•   USIU
TOURISTS'HEADQUARTERS; FIRST
Class In every respect tally sss*
nlled wits all r.strsr.srcs «f tfoders
■M.U. New and Elegant In all Its Appointments. Prices Moderate.
This magnificent Hotel Is now open for
the reception of Quests.
«arNo pains will be spared by tho management to make this Hotel pleasant and
attractive. doofito
Otdev. Mreel,
VANCOUVER, B. 0.
"../ awkaw. .
THOS. OVENS,
MANUFACTURER OF
Bnggies, Carriages,
TWufLO-oa^rs.
BlacMtb and MaoMnifit
All Kinds ol Machinery, Patent Looks,
Sales, Hewing Machines, &o., to.,
Repaired.
BLACKSMITHINC
In ail Its branches.  Farmers', Loggers',
Hill and Contract Work; Agricultural
Implements, and everything In the
blacksmith line made to order.
Having secured first-class workmen, we
feel confident of giving satisfaction.
tar Horse-shoeing a specialty*
dw-JlySltol   Colombia BT„ New Wan.
THE LEADING
BOOTiSHOE
ESTABLISHMENT
—or THE'—
Mainland of B. C.
Colonial Hotel Block. Colombia St.
$10,00l~STOCK
NOW EN ROUTE.
THIS BOUSE MAKES ANNUALLY
. gnat reduction In prices to mike
room (or the largest and best assortment
ol Boots and Shoes ever Imported Into
this country, Irom the principal Houses
ol Germany, France, Great Britain, the
United States and our great Dominion,
500 LINES KEPT ON HAND.
CALL AND 8EE MY STOCK BEFORE YOU PURCHASE.
Boots »Dfl Shoes, (ram Wo upwtrdt.
Felt*Bobber floods aVYun-Tuai
of sll kinds,
LatHei' A Mali* support (or Xmu-
the loveliest ever mn,
81 lines or Halts', Hliiei' a Child,
ren'i Boots.
WM. ROS8,
Ctlt alii, notel llMk, CtliMMa St*
d wnoiato
Cream & Fancy Cakes
—00 TO-i-
A. DIEBEL'S
FRONT STREET, Ore. 0. P. N. WBAar.
To Contractors & Builders,
WHOLE AND SEPARATE TENDERS
will be received by the undersigned
up In noon on Tkanday Ike IS,, tt Jsse.
for the erection of a THREE-STORY
BRICK BLOOK for Messrs. W. J. Armstrong and E. s. Scoullar. Plana and
specifications eon be seen at this office on
.nd after the 9th Inst,
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
O, W. GRANT. Arohlleot,  ,
McKenslo Strut.
New West., B.O., June 11,1887.    ujeftd
TENDERS FOR
Brick Building!
rPENDBRS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
J. the undersigned up to noon on MONDAY, 90th INST,, for constructing a «•
story Brick Building on Lot 2, Blook 6,
Front Street,
.Plans and specifications can be sens at
the office of Henry V. Edmondt, McKensle Street.
The lowest or nny tender not necessarily
aoocpted.
djoftd JNO. A. WEBSTER.
Piano Tuning.
R.O, H. GOODWIN, OF VICTORIA,
._ will visit New Westminster shortly,
jr a few days. Orders for tuning may bo
eft at Lyal's Bookstore.
dapMto QOODWIN * JORDAN.
COME AND SEE I
W. H. HOLDIN,
TTAVINO. TAKEN POSSESSION OF
XI the "Temperance House,"fronting
on Columblaand Church Streets,opposite
the Episcopal Church, and now known
asth.
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling publlo
at tbe following rates:
Board per day. .........It 00
... .1 *»"k ••••."•-" «0»
Matte Meals.    at
Beds...... ;.    IS
. >sM3oodaccommodatlon for Ladles and
families. mytto
Flowers for aale
c. Mcdonough
HAVING TAKEN
Lnndbom's Building, trout SI.
(Formerly occupied by Kyle A Tlllon),
IS  NOW READY
to serve his customers and everybody
with as good a stock asaman wants to
select from.
B»   Ossts.   Groceries,   Pr.Tl.loni,
Crockery, Slsstware, Bests, ate.
Come and see tho new place, and let ua
know what yon thlek of It
dwoolMc 0, MCDONOUGH.
CHARLES MURRAY,
CLARKSON STREET,
Opp. Registry Oflee, Hew Weit'r.
[I
PAPM KANUINO, CUZINQ, KALSOMWING, to.
WALL PAPER.
The largest assortment of Wall Paper
In tbe City, comprising newest patterns,
always on hand at bottom prices. Bam-
Sles on view at T. R. Pearson A Co.'s
torn, Columbia Ht   Psper aouulsa at
specially low rates, dseislc
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERYMAN A DEALER IN
Fralt and Ornamental Trees,
Laonir* landino, b. O.
rTIHE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN-
JL form the people of British Columbia
that he has established a Nursery at Ladner's Landing, and Is prepared to nil
all orders for Fruit Trees, Ornamental
Trees, Shrubbery, Vines, Small Fruits,
Aa Tree! Imported or home grown according to the wishes of customers. Tho
subscriber baj had; a, thorough practical
training in tWodtlaesfyanil having a
permanent stake In th. country It Is his
Interest to deal fairly with the public. He
will wait upon the various towns and settlement! shortly, and all orders will have
his personal attention,
auiato E. HUTCHERSON.
r-3^—
New treaimintJier
THE ABOVE WORKS HAVE BEEN
opened In the Building formerly occupied by Morgan the Barber,
One Door Weit of Dickinson's Butcher Sbop.
Call and Inspect our work and obtain
prices.
We are the only practical Barbie Caller, on the Mainland.
Always In stock, a good assortment of
MONUMENTS,
HEADSTONES,
MANTLES, Etc.
RUDBE k MONCK.
New West., April 18,1887.        dwaplsto
ESTABLISHED 1889.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Nearly opposite the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
mHK LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
X   aatortmint ol ill descriptions ol
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fun.
Dies, RetUurtnti, ud Steamboat, at th.
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES,
iTOTICE.
■a ike Muter ar Ike Estate sf Bavld
Wells, late sf Upper lasus, deeessed,
Ululate.
ALL PERSON INDEBTED TO THE
Estate of the late David Wells, must
pay the amount of suoh Indebtness to me
at Now Westminster, 8. C, forthwith.
And ill persons having claims against
the laid Estate must send the same In,
duly proved, on or Lefore loth Juno next..
Dated this Uth April. A. D.. 1817.
E. A. JENNS,     ^
apl8dm2wl Administrator.
BTOTXCE.
VTOTICB 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll 1 have made application to the Chief
CommtMloner of Land* and Worn for a
llcenie to out and curry nwsy timber on.
and from the following denerlbed land,
eltuated at Howe Sound, New Westmln-
iterDsitrfeti
Commenelni at a etake nn tho north
ihoreof Thornborougb Ohannel. north of
Ekln's point on Gambler Ialamli thenee
north w ohalni, wett K ohalnH, routh to
the ehoro line, thenoe along nhoretu place
of oommencement—oontnfiilng nlioHtMO
acrcti, mora or leu. w ; „.«„„.„
a J. ItlOKMAN.
NewWoitmlneter^May 96,1187.
auiy2tol
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A|marvelof
purity, strencth and wholesomeness, More
economical than tho ordinury kinds, and
cannot be Bold In compe'lilon with the
multitude of low tent, short weight alnm
or phosphate powders. Sold only In cane.
Royal Baking Powder Co.. 106 Wall St.,
New York. afely
TOJ.ET.
8 ROOMED HOUSE ON AQNES STR'T.
Rent-,13 per month. Apply to
dmyllto       HENRY V. EDMONDS,
A
BOH
Safe for Sale.
NO. 10 TAYLOR'S SAFE] in good
. order; 21x20 Indies lnnlde; will be
U cheap.  Apply at thte office. d^wfelSte
FOR   SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN thoLANO-
leySaw and Planing Mill; mill In
good order.  For particulars apply on* the
-premises to H, WEST,
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JACKSON,
             A HELMOKEN, Victoria
Farm for Sale.
riONBISTINGl OP TWO LOTS OP 165
\j and 160 acres (which will be sold together or separately); 8 mllcn from New
Westminster; first-class lnnd; about 25
acres dyked; balance Prairie and Bush;
wilt be sold at a bargain.
Apply to C.Q.MAJOR.
dwmhStc New Westminster.
For Sale Cheap.
,NE 18-HOBSE-POWER PORTABLE
\J Engine; one Snrew-euttlng Engine;
Lathe |T3ins. swing], nnd a lotof Lathe
Tools: one..'rij'iiram.TirilUfoot power,
fitld a lot of other Tools. UpplVto
P.
dwmylTm2
AOKIE,
Oity.
For^lale!
1 SPAN DARK BAY MARES, 4 and 5
1 years old; good travellers; worn, single
or double.
1 Bay Hone* Syearsold; works single or
double; nice ladles'orgents' saddle horse;
very gentle.
1 .M.en..*d Baggyi 4 springs; nearly new,
n ton-of Tlmoiby Hay on North Arm,
Eraser river.
Sft bbls. Salt Salmon. 8 kalMibls. lull
Salmon Bellies.
Also—One and one-ninth Interest In
Cl.yW.ter«.»,p»y.wjpBEN0H
New West, Nov. Uth, 18M.     dwnoUto
NOTICE.
WANTED TO PURCHASE SO OR 30
Cords of No. 1 A'der Wood. Apply
to W.R. LEWIS,
dwmylilml NewWestmlnster.
B. G. Monumefital Works
CHURCH   STREET.
MARBLE AND GRANITE WORK of
all kinds.   Call nnd Inspect before
onlslng Island capital. I leave my
work to spook for Itself. It. B.-JI. sp.
presllces rnipleyed.
dwaplstc   '    ALEX.
HAMILTON.
iTOTiOB.
\TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
j\ O.T.Cosovkk was this dayeleoted
Mannger of the Pionopf Lumber Co. (Limited); and that Mr. Conovcr and he
only Is nuthorlxed and empowered to
transact business und sign for the Company.
For tho I'lONKKH Lumber Co. (Limited),
C. T. CONOVER,
Manager A Secretary-
JOSEPH 1X)CKRILL,
Treasurer.
Dated Port Moody. RC, June 3,1887.
dwjeflwl
IJTOTIOB.
In the Matter of the Estate tf J. E*
Hume* deceased Intestate.
A LL SUMS DUE THE ESTATE OP
A the late J. E. Murne must be paid to
tho undersigned forthwith; and all per*
sons having claims against tho said Estate must send In their accounts, duly
verified, to the undersigned at New West*
minster, ou or before the 7th day of July,
A. D. 1887.
Dated at NewWostininsterthe 26th May,
A. D. 1887, JOHN ELLWOOD,
dmyaeto Administrator.
Wood and Coal.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS ON HANI) A
' large quantity of
BEST WELLIMTON LUMP COAL
Anil an assortment of
CORD WOOD,
Which ho will soil nt lowest rates.  He
wilt also promptly attend to all kinds of
Orders left nl Mr. MoOolPsstoreon Columbia street, or nt my house, Douglas
street, will meet with prompt attention.
OT10EB134
iailp $ntitfh Columbian
Tharsdsy Evealsg, Jaa. ., last.
HENRY ELLIOTT.
New Westminster BVU jlylOto
Rocky Mountains Park.
A disoussion took place in the
senate lateljr respecting the "Banff
National Park" which shows that
senators aro not any better posted
on Canadian geography thun they
ought to be. Senator Mclnnes said
he was not aware until now that it
was claimed that thi. park or any
portion of it was in the Northwest
territory. He always took it for
granted that it was entirely in the
province ot British Columbia until
he heard to the contrary.' Hon.
Mr.. Kaulbaeh said it was not, where-
updn Senator Mclnnes retorted that
ho knew the hon, gentleman from
Lunenbetg paid a visit to the Paoifio
eosst last summer, and doubtless ho
had gained a large amount of information with respect to that country,
but he (the speaker) doubted very
much if tho vast fund of knowledge the hon. gentleman doubtless
acquired on that trip was such as to
entitle him to be taken as an autho
rity as to whether this park was not
in British Columbia and in the
Northwest territory. The eastern
boundary .of the province of British
Columbia has not yet been definitely
fixed. He took it for granted that
the pork was entirely in British
Columbia until he heard the statement of the leader of the government that it was necessary to extinguish any claim the Hudson Bay
Company might have to any lands
within the boundary of this park.
The Hudson Bay Company have no
claims whatever on the lands ir
British Columbia, With respect to
the minerals also, doubtless the
leader of tho government wa. aware
that the government of British Columbia claim all tho minerals within
the forty miles railway belt extending from the seaboard of British
Columbia to the eastern boundary
of the province, and he understood
a test case had been brought before
the courts, or is to be brought before
the courts, in order to establish the
ownership of those,iuihe<»M,' wheth-
ea they really belong to the government of Canada or the government
of British Columbia. If it has
been decidod that the minernlswith.
•-■     .,        .ir:--*-   fc^l*   ».«l«-.a *•» *T»«.
province of British Columbia all
mining operations within the park
will be conducted under the regulations of, and subject to the government of British Columbia. He
merely called the attention of the
leader of the government to this
matter in order to avoid future disputes. As far as the name of the
bill was concerned he was very
much pleased that it was to be
changed, and he considered the present one meaningless. He hoped the
house would enlarge the name a little and call it the "Dominion Rocky
Mountains Park." By thi. name
the park will be localized and strangers and foreigners, whenever they
hear the name, will know that the
pork is in Oanada. He liked the.
name of Canada and wanted to have
it in some way or other connected
with the park. It would localize the
park, as our neighbor, to the south
have also parks in the Rocky
Mountains.
The most regrettable thing connected with the O'Brien visit ia the
threats and suggestions of personal
violence, that several public journals, in some places, thought fit to
publish. Threat, are not argument,
and should have no place in free and
open disoussion. The hints were
only too well understood, and even
in Toronto, the good, a sufficient
force  was effectively organized to
Srevent Mr. O'Brien from being
eard at a public meeting. To all
fair minded people, of whatever
race or creed, this is deeply to be
regretted, Suoh method, are sadly
out of keeping with the spirit of
the time. Still a deeper depth of
humiliation for a freedom-loving,
orderly and tolerant oommunity was
reached, when a frantic mob, under
cover of darkness, made a murderous assault on the Irish agitato.'
and those who wero with him. It
will tike year, of good behavior
and a wise exercise of toleration to
wipe out the reproaoh that these
miserable doings havo inflicted on
the good name of Toronto.—Canada
Presbyterian.
The Chicago Anarchists are adopting the United Irishmen', method
of organization by "honeycombing
society" with persons pledged to
each other in small group, of five—
it used to be ten—but not otherwise
known to eaoh other, The chief object of thia is, we presume, to oreate
a condition of things in which nobody can trust anybody else. The
circulars proposing this method may
prove effective in terrifying the imaginative, but to use a westernism,
we are inclined to think Chicago
society won't honeycomb worth a
cent. The people are too busy to
be acting Alibaba ind the forty
thieves for each other's amusement,
and at the imminent risk of lynch-
ing, which is the western methooVof
dealing with all kinds of freebooter,
and outlaws—Montreal Witness.
THE NEWS.
Racing at Ascot Heath-erado-
atlns Exercises at West
Point.
Who earned tho Collision of the
Celtic aid rTrltsasle.
liost at Sea-A Cabinet DIuimIob.
OTHER ITEHt Of IHTHHT.
By Associated Press.
BE PiTIBtT!
Draux, June 9.—f7niy«o! /rebtnij, Par-
nell's organ, urges the Irish people to
further patience. It denounces those
men who advocate retaliation lor the opposition of the Irish people and says that
such a course would not help the work
in which Farnell had been engaged during a whole decade and to which Gladstone was devoting the evening of his
life.
CABINET  DIS0US9I0X.
Lopox, June 9,—The ctbinot held a
meeting to-day, lasting one hour and
fifty minutes. The subjects discussed
were the speeohes made by Michael Da-
vitt in Ireland during the put fortnight,
In which lie counselled tenants to resist
eviction by all means at their command,
and the report of Col. Sir Joseph Ecdway
on the progress of the Afghan boundary
commission's work.
ORADU.VTIO.V
Wkst Point, N.Y., June 9.—The examinations nnd the principal military
exercises are over and there ia nothing
but the graduating exercises in prospect
for Saturday. The town Is crowded
with visitors and the hotels are filled to
overflowing. This morning tbo cadets
built a spar bridge and this p.m. a pontoon bridge. To-morrow Secretary En-
dicoU and General Sheridan will arrive
and it is expected that the president aud
Mrs. Cleveland will spend a few hour.
hero Saturday morning. G. W. Childs,
of Philadelphia, president of the board
of visitors, will make the principal address on Saturday, aud short speeches,
will be made by Secretary Endicott and
Gen. Sheridan. F. R. Stunk, of Penn,,
stands highest in the graduating class.
Mr. Childs has presented and had hung
in the mass hall a lull length portrait ol
Grant and the hall' is now called Grant's
Hall.
uimdon, June 9.—The German bark
Elia from Wilmington, N. C, wot
picked up in the channel and towed
to Dungness, where she sink. It is
supposed she was damaged by collision.
Nothing iB known of her crew.
ASCOT MATH  HACKS.
London, June 9.—The weathtr at
Ascot Heath to-day was brilliant and the
races were largely attended. The spectators included a strong representation of
royalty and orowds of aristocratic people.
The race for the gold cup, valued at 1000
sovereigns, was won by the Bird ol Freedom, Carasco second, and the Baron
third.   There were six starters.
THE CHIMES ACT BILL.
London, June fi.—In the commons
this afternoon Wm. 'Smith, government leader, gave notice thst to-morrow he would move that the committee
name the period at which they would
report upon the crimes act amendment
bill to the house. This announcement
Was received with great cheers.
WHO IH TO   BLAME?
New York, June 9.—The decision
of the naval court given to-day in the
matter of inquiry into the cause of the
collision of the steamihipt Celtio snd
Brittanio. The oourt very sorely
censured Capt, Perry of Brittanio for
running at such a speed, for not giving
distinctive whistles to the Celtic to
show which way she gave way, and for
not sounding the fog whistle in the fog.
Capt. Irving, of Celtic, is simply
censuied for running at the rate of
speed he did in such foggy weather.
Condensed Despatches.'
A company has been formed to supply Bolton with hot water.
Six hundred acre! of land in the
Livermoro Valley were sold yesterday
for (100,000.
The British str. Csstleford, from
Montreal went ashore of Soilly Island
this morning and is a complete wreck.
It is estimated that the new high
license law in Pennsylvania will give
Philadelphia a liquor revenuo of VI,-
300,000.
The Vorstadl Zeiiung of St. Petersburg says that the Czarina and Princess of Wales will go to Vienna strictly
incognito to attend the accouchement
of the Duchess of Cumberland.
The Woods mine, near Virginia City,
on the Ophir grade iB attracting general attention on account of the high-
grade ore recently produced from it.
Several assays made show that it contains an average value of 11000 per
ton in void, While selected samples
run as high as $40,000 in the yellow
motal, with only a trace of silver.    t.
The property losses in the Upper
Peninsula of Michigan during tho fast
month by storm and fire are estimated
at about 17,000,000. This includes
the destruction of the .mining village
of Lake Linden, whioh alone entailed
. lost of about (2,500,000. Some of
th. moit valuable foresta of pine and
hard-wood timber in that region were
swept .way.
The oily of Ohicsgo hss enlsrged its
boundaries six timet .inc. it wu incorporated in 1837.
TIM Bert..
The Earl * Wraohisl.. and Mot'
tingh.ni, dltd thii aiorniag. H«
wu 72 yaw of af*.
The Boanda'17 Road.
Wiknipeo, June 6.-Sinoo Norqiity
hu called for tender, for tho boundary
road there lu. bean intenw.xeit.mmt
in the city/ The contractor! are r*<
quired to deposit (100,000 u a guar'
antoo that they will go on with ta.
work and finish it within . specified
time. It ii thought Americana win
receive the contact.
To WYal St. Fail's.
T»c»ewIsliriatlHa tMfecdraitaHeW
r-.ja-.^mnu^. ■_ ^
Naw Yoek, Jun. 6.—It hu bean
announced that New Tork is to hire a
new Protestant Episcopal cathedral
which will rival in grandeur Westminster Abbey or St Paul'.. Bishop Potter isex-offlciopresidentof the board
of trustees. The only thing settled ii
that the Cathodal of 8t John tha IH'
vine will be situated on Mfithrittin
Island, on some eminence where it will
dominate the entire island. Th. cathedral will cost fully (0,000,000,
Bishop Potter will issue a circular hitter in a few day. giving the plan hit
oBicial sanction.
celebrities.
Ex.-Vice-President Wheeler it dying.
Mn. Daniel Myfag snd Mitt
Manning hav. been presented to th.
Prinoess of Wiles.
Ei-Mtrshtl Basaiua b slowly recovering at Madrid from the wound
lately inflicted upon him, but th. attack mty ha*, th. .fleet df impairing
hit reason.
Lord Lansdowne it ton times, peer.
H. it Marquis of Lansdowne. thru
times sn earl, by th. title, of Wycombe, Kerry ud Shelburne; thru
timet . Viscount, by the title, of
Oaine, CUnmaurice and Fitimturice,
.nd three timet. Biron, being Lord
Chipping Wyoombe, Lixntrd and
Dunkerd.	
Interesting Facts.
Th. capita] stock of th. Standard
OU Co. i. (130,000,000.
Brooklyn bridge, N.Y.7jvery diyi'' "'
Naw York hotels employ In the
neighborhood of 1,000 ch.mb.nn.ids.
wfUhiga n»-.w |w.W"»M.tflsiiwMS-ia
the United Statu.
Among every 1,000 bachelor, there
an 38 criminals, whil. amomt Ih.
married men the ratio i. only 18 in
1,000.
Wichita, Kan., hu fifty Bib. of
street railway, and it th. center of fit.
gnat nitrous, with four more building in its direction.
Minneapolis, with 60,000 Scandini-
vi.ni, hu . larger Scandinavian population than any other eity in tb. world
except Ohriiti.ni, Stockholm md Copenhagen.
Chim, with its dependenciw, hit in
im of over four million squire aflat,
or much more than th. entire ana of
th. United Statu, whioh it not quite'
three million.
It hu bain computed that th. death
nte of the globe it 67 a minuto, 97,-
780 a day and 86,639,836 a year, tnd
th. birth rate 70 a minuto, 108,80.
d.y .nd 36,792,000 a yur.
•■
Blchaond council.
Council mit in the town hall, Sat-
urturyi Jun. 4. Present, CouncUlun
Kilgour! Nicol, Quigley, ud Woodward. In tho absence of tha na?.,
Coun, Kilgour occupied the chair. A
communication wu read from Jas,
Mollis, H. Youdall and othen, requiting the council to open up . road to
then; places on the late government
reserve at Point Garry; received aud
a committee composed of Courts. Kilgour and Nicol appointed to confer
with Mr. Milligan on th. subject .ud
report at next meeting, Th. board of
Workt reported the bridge over dyke
at north end of trunk road complitedl
alto Eli Lander1! contract on roidKo.
9 completed and aocepted, and reootn>
mended payment; alio 100 rods oom>
pleted On contract on Sat Island, and
recommended (100 to be paid on th.
same. Th. hoard of work, alio n>
ported that the Indian, occupying the
reservo on Sea Island had clowd Up
the gazetted rood alongside th. reum
under sanction of the Indian agent.
On motion the reeve was instructed to
see th. agent on the lubject snd consult a lawyer if necessary uid report
at next meeting. The rovenue bylaw 1887 wu on motion reconsidered
and adopted and ordered to be properly signed and the seal attached. On
motion the board of work, wu instructed to call for tenders for one
mile of ditch and roadway oa road
No. 9, a oontinuatiou of the work
lately completed by Eli Lander—ditch
to be 10 fl wide, 4 ft deep, 4 ft wide
in bottom, and earth to be thrown 10
ft. dear of ditch .nd formed Into good
roadway under direction! of th. hoard
ofworki. Alsotootllfort.ndu.ud
let contract for about on. milt of ditch
and roadway in extension of pmsnt
road from town hall .itonsion in front
of wctiont 28 and S9 of blook 6, R.6
W„ Lulu Island. Th. following bill,
were ordered paid: Eli Lander, balance on contract on road No. 9, (386..
60; Lee Wen, contract awr town halt,
(16; Ah Sem, oontnot on Sat Idud,
(100; E. loLeod, (80: D. Boat, (8.
Council »dj urned to meet on la* ant
Saturuuyir July. pitf ftitish Columbian
' Tksrsssy Evenlsf. Jsse e.
The Blgbt Sort.
* Wo have always admired the
manly independence of President
Cleveland. It was this quality, and
his unflinching adherence to principle, that brought him to the surface of public affairs, and that lias
distinguished him above so many of
his Democratic predecessors. When
Cleveland*feels that he ought to
say No, ho doesn't consult his party
managers, and place himself in their
hands. He simply says No, and if
the party doesn't like it, tho party
may make up its mind to bear it.
It has been customary in the United
' States (and we regret that the custom is by no means unknown in
Canada), for presidents and high
officials to make periodical trips
through the country for their own
pleasure at tho expense of the commonwealth. These trips have not
usually been marked by the study
or practice of economy either. Even
our Canadian statesman on various
occasions have deemed it necessary
to make journeys on various pre-
toKfea 'to Tendon and tn British
Columbia, always ut largo cost to
the nation. They do not content
themselves with travelling as ordinary mortals travel, but must have
special cars, and special servants,
and special privileges, all of which
cost a lot of money. Preesident
Cleveland is just now making arrangements for a summer tour which
will probably extend to San Francisco, and take in many of the
representative cities of the union.
But it it announced that the president refuses to permit any portion
of the expenses of this trip to bo
charged in the public accounts. He
will pay the whole bill himself, and
it is estimated that about $3,500
will be required for the 60 days he
proposes to spend on the road. This
resolution is delightfully refreshing,
and this country as well as tho
United States could stand quite a
lot of this kind of eccentricity, If
the infection is contagious it would
pay this glorious and free Dominion
of ours to hire President Cleveland
to rub up against the Ottawa cabinet a few times until its members
became permeated by the same
principle.
The Disallowance Vole.
Mr, Mara justifies his vote against
Mr. Watson's anti-disallowance resolution on the ground that it was in
the interests of the eastern provinces that the 0. P. 11. should not
be tapped at Winnipeg, because the
effect of tapping might be to cause
_   a  leak of trade with the United
Tiilityof any considerable diversion
of trade in this direction.  The high
Canadian  tariff is a barrier over
which traffic will not go under ordinary circumstances, and the fucili
ties of the 0. P. E. for cheap transportation are such that no American
road could hope to compete against
it successfully for eastern traffic.   11
is well known that the Grand Trunk
Railway of Canada is one of the
chief   factors   in    the   movement
against disallowance in Manitoba.
The Grand Trunk is constructing a
line via Sault Ste. Marie to meet
the Northern at Dulutli.   This will
enable  it  to bid for the trade of
Manitoba, the Canadian Northwest,
and the Pacific coast.    But if any
portion of Manitoba trade is diverted
from the C. P. B. to the G. T. B. it
will not affect the interests of the
manufacturers of  eastern Canada,
since  the Grand Trunk is just as
much a Canadian road as the Cuna
dian Pacific.   The effect of Grand
Trunk   connection   at   Winnipeg,
therefore, would not be a diversion
of Canadian trade-out of the hands
of Canadian manufacturer., although
it might result in a perceptible lowering of the transit rates between
the east and the west—and this is
just what the Manitobnn. are after.
But  if the result of an abandonment of  the  disallowance  policy
would be exaotly what the apologists
of that policy predict, is it just thnt
the whole region  west of Ontario
should be taxed and its development
curtailed and its liberties abridged
for the sole purpose of enriching a
few eastern manufacturers]   Such a
doctrine is preposterous, and will
not be accepted by any free people.
It would be just as fair for the gov
eminent to levy a special tax on the
west so  as to enable, it to offer a
bonus to the manufacturers Of the
east   Carrying the principle to its
legitimate limit, the federal government might pass a law to prohibit
the west from purchasing anywhere
but in eastern Canada, and making
it. felony to patronize any railway
but the 0. P. B,   Indeed the result
of th. enforcement of monopoly is
simply thi., for it make, the construction- of any other railway impossible, and, therefore, makes impossible the importation of supplies
from any western state.   The disal-
low.no. of competing railway char-
ten does not prevent the purchasing
of goods in the eastern states for the
western market, however, as these
oatl   be delivered in Manitoba as
cheaply ns  Canadian goods,     Of
count) the 0, P. R. has a perfeot
right to insult upon disallowance in
th. unorganized  territories of the
NoHhiWsti aacauw that is expressly
• condition of  its   charter;  but
neither it nor tho government 1ms
any right to exercise that power in,
Manitoba or British Columbia. It
is pcrfoctly true, aa stated by Mr.
Mara in tho houso, that the Westminster Southern is in a very different position'frora tlio Manitoba railways; and possibly Mr. Mam's voto
may havo been given with the understanding that it would not prejudice our rights in tlio least. If that
be true, ho may have been acting in
the interest of British Columbia,
but on the abstract principle wo
cannot agree with him.
A lady writes: "I was enabled to re-
remove the corns, root and branch, by
the use of Holloway's Corn Care."
Others who hove tried it have the same
experience.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Board or Directors, 1880-81:
O.K. CORBOULD. President.
C. Mi Ml'NAIlUHTHN, Vice-President
W. H. KEATIY, Meu-Tronsurer.
MK88118.
W. N. BOI.E, B.P.P.J H. ELLIOTT;
3. \V. HARVEY; J. CUHNINUHA5I.
DIRECTOHS' ANNUAL  REPORT.
Ounti.kmkn—In presenting our report
for fiscal year ending .'(1st March, 1887,
we beg to state that it will be an utter
impossibility to run the hospital free of
debt on tho grant just voted by Uio government for tho ensuing financial year.
The surgeon has been attentive in bis
duties and reports a large increase in tlio
number of patients admitted during the
year, showing also that we have received
patients from all parts of the province.
There are a number of incurables in
this hospital, some of whom were brought
from Viotoria hospital years ago. Tho
Bum of §1,000 a year has been voted for a
convalescent I'onio in Victoria, tbe last
few ycui'B. Tbe Hoard think, therefore,
that some of there incurables should bo
shipped back to Victoria.
A great number of improvements have
boon made during the year, walla and
floors repaired, a wusli-boaso built, the
two cesspools thoroughly cleaned; tlio
building being old, requires constant re-
ifairs, which entails considerable Bxpond,
inure.
Tlio hospital has been filled to its
utmost capacity during the whole year.
The Board desire to thank subscribers
for generous substriptions, Hsts,oE which
aro annexed, and without whicii it would
havo been found impossible.toliave kept
the institution free of debt; also the congregations of Holy Trinity Church, St.
Andrew's (Presbyterian), Methodist and
Baptist Churches for hospital Saedny
collections, and tho following ladies and
gentlemen for old clothes, linen, books,
papers etc.:—Mesdames C. T. Woods, C.
K. Woods, Major, Lcnuio, H. Elliot, W.
J. Armstrong, W. B. Townsend, Doug-
las, Edmonds, J. W. Harvey, Baker, W,
H. Keary, Tl. Hennessey, Cumniings, A.
M. Herring, Bronskill, Sisters St. Ann's
Convent, ladies W. C. T. U., Bachelors'
Boll Hatchery, Messrs. I.B. Fisher,'/,. S.
Hall. K. I. Bentlcy, J. S. McDonnell.
The surgeon's report is appended here-
to, and gives fall details of the work
accomplished for the year.
The averago cost per day for each resident patient in the hospital, which includes tho disbursements on out-door
patients, is 07 cents.
H5n"^ciWrry.
SURGEON'S RKPORT
Fon Yeah Endino :nht march, ibst.
To the Member* of the Jloitnl of Directors:
GENTLEMEN.-I have t'l.e honor lo
herewith present tho report, on this Hospital for tho yenr end Ing 81st March, ISS7:
Number of Indoor Patients  10,1
11   .      Outdoor     " Olj
"         Remaining In Hospital., is
" Wed  II
Causes of death of Hie fourteen who died
and length of time In Ilnspitnl:—1 lv-
pholrl fever, tldys; t alcoholism: 1:1 dys:' 1
(.fleets of fire ut Vanei.nver, I mos. 10 dys;
1 bronchitis,4dys; 1 InlbiniMlloiiof bowels, Sdys; 1 consumption, 2 mos. L'lldvs;
1 syphilis;» dys; 1 paralysis, 4 dys; 1 aneurism (popliteal), -1 hum. % dys; 1 genera!
debility, 2 mos; IT dys; I aneurism (iirolii),
12 dys; 1 old ngo, (1 dys; l paralysis, 2:1 dys;
1 dropsy,5ilys; total, II.
Although tho number of deaths Is large
the short number or days In tho Hospital
ot a large proportion nf them shows that
they cnli'o In In a hopeless .cintUrlon.
Tho places whore Iho indoor patients
wore received from are us r.illnws:
Victoria	
Cnrll	
Kumlnops	
NewWestinlnstcr..2."i
Itonapartc	
Yolo	
Port Moody	
If listings	
Mondyvlllo	
Port lliniyy	
Vancouver	
Hope..
C. V It....
Total .
Limner's Landing. 2
Lnhgloy -1
Clover Vntley 1
Harrison River  I
Mud Bay n
t'hullwtmck  1
North Ann. l-'ru.ser 1
llusinn liar  I
Oisslur  I
Krasor Itlvcr 2
Ml-Rloo •>
I'ltt Meadows  1
-n, H3
The number of Incurables now lu the
Hospital Is twelve |l:|. This Inrge number requiring lo ill! taken euro of from
year to year renders 11 Imposslhletoniuke
n number nf deslrabld Improvement), in
Iho building, owing to tliu limited supidv
of funds.  1 have Introduced theiaideor
residences lo show Ihe people of lUltlsh
Columbia that they all ought totakenn
Interest In helping on this iiislllalloii.
which Is increasing in usefulness overy
yoar, as may bo seen by comparing the
number of Indoor pnMems of Ihe previous
year—seventy-live (""»)—Willi this year-
one hundred und three (loll.
WostHI reiiuiroalot of draining lo he
done about and from the building. The
floors nod walls have been Improved nml
the now wash-room Is n great addition in
tlio comfort of the place.
I have great pleasure In thanking a
number nf friends of Ihe Hospital for presents of clothes, old linen, pictures, books
and papers. Again I have to thank the
stowurd, Hr. Charles l.ilghy, for bis constant attention lo the cleanliness of the
building nnd his kindness nnd attention
to tho wants of the sick und his readiness
In carrying oat all my directions. Heron.
closingthfs reportl mnstoffer niysineerc
thanks tn the medical gentlemen who so
kindly offered their assistance to myself I
whenever required during tho past year,
lam Yours Faithfully,
il, I. BKNTliK 1, M. H.,
Surgeon H. C. IL
TREASURER'S  REPORT.
In presenting the accounts for the past
Sear, tbo Treasurer begs lo call attention
i tho fncttliattiio outlay has been rigidly
scrutinized, In which ho bas been ably
assisted by the Steward, Mr. Dlgby. There
seems little prospect of any reduction of
expenditure. You will notice thnt the
subscriptions have been liberal and have
been a great assistance In keeping the
Institution free of debt, lt is to be regretted that the Glovornment liave reduced
tho grant lo the Hospital from tlJiso to til,-
600. W. H. KEARV,
Treasurer.
Tub TRRASuann in Acct. with tiik Roy-
ai, Columbian Hobiutai..
rkceipts.
To Balance from 1885-0 8 200
Government Grant, 	
Paying Patients,
Collections and Subscriptions,
K. I. Bentlcy, Eso..,M.ri.,roflind,
Collections, Holy Trinity,
" Baptist,
" Melliodlsl,
" Presbyterian,
H.B. Hannn, proceeds of Mall
nt Elgin,
Mrs, Towlc, proceeds of Ball at
Langley,
r.xpF.N-niTHitB.
By Audit	
llcdding,
Broad,
Clothing,
Drugs and Appliances,
Kurnlturo,
Funerals,
Fuel,
Groceries,
Insurance,
Light,
Meat and Fish,
Medical Comforts,
Milk.
Nursing,
New Wash House,
Repairs to Buildings,
salaries,
Stationery,Printing, Ac,
Shipping Incurable,
Vegetables,
Washing,
lin.ia.noe, «-__
SvwlS'2
To Balance oiler paying aecls.to
March .'list, 18 n
Examined aud found con-eel,
W. II. FALUING,
Auditor.
New Westminster, May Ttb, lssv\
List of Subscribers to Hospital.
MOODYVLLLE.
.3 10 00
10125
IBS S7
07 112
201 29
l.iS IB
1«<J 00
:I18 30
888 25
30 110
102 00
768 III
20 75
.TB 83
105 00
210 00
180 20
1,887 :0
87 03
25 00
WW
ISO 00
Moodyvllle
S. M. Co., S.10 00
K Springer, 5 00
A.N.C.KIng, !i 00
W.T.McCratli.f) 00
'.! SOI
'_> 00
James,
R. H. Flood,
E.   Cadwoll-
ailor,
J. Little,
\V. '.'lower,
J. H.Hcndcr-
son, 1 50
H. B. Waller, 2 B0
T. Tamai'oo, l 50
O. CI. Harbcll, 1 iiO
A. May, 2 50
,T.MovVhinnoy,2 50
1$. Trim, 2 00
A. Brown, 1 601
J. Doyle, 1 50
0. Armstrong, 1 fit)
A. McCalhun,  I 50l
2 50
2 50
5 Oil
L. Sivctt, 2
]J. Fisher, 1
O. White, 1
A. AndrcwB, 2
W. MoLtod, 2
W. A, Winger, 1
M. Beck,
H. Pike,
D.McCallum,
W. Binecn,
A. Robert,
J. Chapman,
E. Green,
|G. Williams,
|S. Haslam,
W. Sounders,
A. E. Calkins, 1
B. Umiak, 2
J. Sisgren, * 1
E. Martin, 1
3. Lester, 2
D. Biiloy, 1
J.W.Twiuldlo.lO
W.ll. Ferris, SI 00
.1. Vrcstidgo       25
A. Kilgour,      1 00|
J. T. Brrlngtqn,
Geo. Carscallen,   601
D. .McDonald,   I 00|
fr rs, Gerow,
H, Souict'viUc,
S. Yoxall,
3. .Tubnsou,
3. Shaw,
E. C.Kirkla-ld,
RICHMOND.
.Tolni Sir,
Shanly,
.3. Jones,
K. Smith,
1). Smith,
50
I 00
1 00
1 00
1 50
H. .McDonald, 1 00
Jos. Griffiths',   2 50
ifno. Ferguson, 1 00
John Swauson, 1 00
J.W.Milloe,     1 00
50 Jas. Miller,      1 00
00 Wm. Niooll,       60
F. D. Tay'or,   1 00|Hugh Boyd,     1 00
Capt. Stewart, I 00|Mrs. Tbornhcr, 1 00
§23 25
LANDING.
O. McKenzie,   1 00
Wm. McKco,   2 00
J.   C.   Forni-
lioni.li, 2 50
A. Gilchrist, 1 00
Sbarpcfc Paine, 2 50
I). Woodward, 2 00
Geo. Green; 1 00
Chris. Brown,  1 00
LADNElt'S
T. McNooly, §10 00
H. N. Rich, 5 00
Jas. Boae, I 00|
Chas. Clausen, 1 00
W.L.McBridc, 1 CO
N. II. Bain, 2 60
W. Kirkland, 1 00
J. B. Burr, 1 001
H. Hellicnscn, 1 00l
LULU IISAND.
8311 50
Walter Leo,   .?l
E. J. Jones,     1 00
Mrs. Peterson, 1 00
Frank Jeason, 1 00
Cly k Swift,     1 00
O. 1*. Bylaudcr,   50
Thos. Kidil,     2 50
Blair Bron,ru 3 00]
London Bros.,
Geo. Loudon,
John Dull,
Ed. Millcrson, 1 001
M. Welch,       2 S0|
Alfred Adliam72* 81i|
M. M. English, 2 50
2 60
601
1 nil]
E. S. Bartruff, 1 50
Chas. Friend, 50
Jas. McKay, 1 00
,V1. Ste 'OS, 2 50
Thos. Lindsay, 1 00
1'. Humphrey, 2 00
John Green, 1 00
Thos. Han-is,
John Taylor,
Fly Salidors,
David Reid,
S. Al. Pearson,
Clmncey Loo,
KiieTReo
H. McDonald,
50
2 00
2 00
1 00
I 00
1 00
MOUNT LFAMAN.
D. Nicholson,? ■ 50IL. Paqui,
E. W. King, I 00 J. Yoivort,
Jas. H. Leo, I 00 L. Fletcher,
Lit. McGregor,    SO
60
1 00
30
86 00
WADE'S LANDING.
F. li. Wade,   85 0011!. G. Mc Kenny, 2 00
Ralph Burton, 2 00li'\ E. Wade,     1 00
810 00
KSTM1NSTER.
li. S. Scoullar
00    4 Co.,
Jas. Punch,
00 H, Johnson,
00 A Kilgour,
(10 Alfred Adams.MOO
(III Goo. Mead, 2 50
00 W. Viniioii. 2 00
00 J. E. Phillips, 2 00
00 J.S. Mncdoiiell.l 00
00 D. S. Curtis, 2 60
00 A.M.Herring,  2 60
J.Cunningham. 2 50
00 II. Robson,       1 00
NEW W
Corbould 4
.McColl, S20
J, Cunningham, 10
Hy. Elliott, 10
t:.McDouough,10
,I.Kll:ir.l&Co,10
S. II. Webb, 10
,1. A. Calbiok, 5
]. 11. Fisher," 20
L. L. Doano, 10
Jas. Cash, 5
Vail Vulken-
burg 4 lira, 10
10 00
2 50
2 50
25 00
A CHANGE
mo MAKE HOUSE RENT AND 880 A
1 Month, by purchasing the Furniture.
Apply at thia Ollloo. ilje0w2
n^rcrxcE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
30 days after date wo, the undersigned, Intend making application to the
Olllet Commissioner ol Lands nnd Works
for permission to lease for timbering purposes the following described land:
Commencing nt n slako placed at tho
Intersection of the North llnoof Lcnmy
* Kyle's timber limit, known ns Limit II,
wllh a lake distant about 2 miles northerly from Cnrdcro Channel; llioneo running North 20 chains, West so chains.
North 20 chains, West 20 ohulns, North 30
ebalns, West 20 chains, Norlli 20 chains,
West «l chains, lo the South-west corner
post; thenco North 20 chilns, Ens. to
chains, North 20 chains, Ea.t .Delia lis,
North SO ohalns, East to chains, North 20
chains, East«Dchulns, Soutli 20 chains, to
the lake shore; thence Weal, following
lake shore to place' of commencement—
containing 1320 acres, moro or less.
LEAMY A KYLE.
Vanoouver, B.C., 31st May, 1887.  djo2ml
JOHN S. COX,
IMPORTER & DEALER IN
IT COSTS NO MORE TO KEEP GOOD
Fowls than it does to keep poor Fowls.
My Breeding Pens aro equal to nny In
Uio United States or CannUiv.
I propose to furnish Eggs from premium
mm tlrst-clnss Fowls, tny design being to
establish a reputation thnt will last.
Cash mustaceompnny nil orders,
Address, with stamp,
JOHN a. COX,
dwfe7tc New "Westminster.
OF THE HARRISON.
ENDORSED QY THE LEADING PHYSICIANS.
PRIVATE SWIMMING AND VAPOR
BATHS.
SEIMR.tTE AB'AKTIIl'YJ* FOR LAMES
With Experienced Allendnnls In Charge
Hotel Acromiuoilnlion   uutniriinsseili
wllh graduated rates,
Stages meet all trains nt Agassiz's Station, C. P. It.
Saturday rate by C. P. It.—Westminster
to Agnssii! nnd return, only C-^ SO. Tickets
good for 15 days, &>.00. dwJeOte
PIANO-FORTES.
C01.U MKDAL.     HIGHEST AWARD.
*     luvcnlors' Exblbltitm, Loudon.
THE MANUFACTURES OF MKSSH&
KIRKMAN lire noted for their eupc-
ilor quality of worltniimsiiluandmnleriul
The I'lauo.'orles miuifi by this old-established firm are specially adapted iothe
climate of eaeli country whence Uiey ifre
exported.
iwnron frames, overstrung, check action, and all the latest improvements, ensuring brilliancy oftonc.
ROBE ST WARD & CO
VIOTOBIA,
Sol*1 AffCDlH for ilrlllrtli 4 iiliiiuliiit.
dwje4w2
NOTICE.
S190 00
HOPE.
I A. H. Gormen, 1 fiO
'.I. Murphy, ! 00
.1. (J. Bristol, 10 00
1). A.. McDonald,
II. Silver,
Ti Alvaruy,
C. Cnllnvny, gu 00
i!. Wilkinson, - fiO
dins'. Murphy, 1 0(1
Uuliiml llidcr, ill)
J. \V. Wirt!], 2 001
Wm. Yutes,     2 00
.1. A. Krimcr,    I 00,.. »„
Hudson l!iiy(Jo,2 00 J. II. Bears
.Ins. Oarrlaan, 2 0u Lukb Ctibsoii
.fas. Wnnllu,    2 80|W. Ii, Flood
draylOral S4:t oo
l no
l r>ii
1 Oil
•1 00
I .10
■i no
Piano Tuning.
M 11.0, II. HOOinVIN, 01".VICTORIA,
will visit Now WeKtii.liister shortly,
for u lew days. Orilem for limine, mny ho
left, at I.yiil'H Ilpokstore,
dftrMlti        (lonnwis 4 Jordan,
■V» on
II'|2 (0
Sir, 7.-.
:i7 so
nil io
'.'I HI
.'Jl r,-,
67 75
17 00
1026
S5.W3 82
Dental Notice.
J KXPKCT TO LUAVH FOB TIIR IN-
1 titrlor nn Hin illlMi iu.ii , to be absent
nno itimilli. All tTqiilrliiii dentnl work
plciise hike imiU:c ami pivem Hii'inselvis
tuToidiuyly. (I. 15. C. UltOWN.
dwin.v21inl
thecnvoFuwdoM ~
Fire Insurance Go
OK  IXINDON, ENGLAND.
CAPITAL       *       -       $10,000,00(1
Dominion Gov't Deposit, 3100,000.
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF INSURABLE PROPERTY
WRITTEN AT CURRENT RATES.
Policies Written nnd Loshph Adjusted find
Piild without Reference loIIonioOflkc.
H. V. EDMONDS,
Agent, New "WcHtininHter.
H, E, CaOAHDAIIiE,
Agent, Victoria & District,
n.G.TATLOW,
Agent, Vancouver,
■or Agents wiintod in  un represent )1
diutrlcts.  Apply to
G. W. OIUDLKSTONH,
Goneral Agent for British Columbia,
Umy37ml
TAB1L.B
Slunvlus Ihe Dates nnd Places of
Courts of Assize, Ms) I'rlits, and
Oyer and Terminer, for the
Year 1887.
SPUING AKHIZEH.
[ Oil Vnntioiiver lulnnd ]
Vletoria Monday Mh jfiiy.
Nanaimo Timsiiny jth June,'
[ On Miiiiilitiitl j
NowWefltmlnstor..Weilnen(lay...1th May.
Kamloop*. Monday  tjlli Jnne,
Clinton Monday 1.1th June.
PALI, ASSIZES.
[ On Mainland ]
Illehllold Monday Mil Sept.
Cllnlon WedncKdny...^tii Kepi.
Kiimlonp-H Monitiiy.,.,.,..,»rd Oct.
Lytton Monday 101 li Oat.
New Westminster..\Ve<lnoKi|iiy..,H!h Nov.
[ On Vnnvouver lslanri J
Vlotoi'In Monday 28th November,
Nanalmo TueKdtiy Oth  December.
dumatd
or:
WHITE
I« KING!
NOTICE IS IIEUEHY GIVEN THAT
W days after dale I intend to apply
to the Chief Commtcildouer of Lands ami
Wurltn to purchase4S0acres of laud Hit uato
on Texada Island, New Westminster District, und described as follows:
Commencing tit tlio N.E. corner of the
8. E. Jtfof See. fl; thenco NortlHO chains:
thence W«st 80 chains: thenee Soutli 80
chains: thenco East -U) chains; thence
North 11) chains;*Ihoiice Mast 41) chains, to
noinl of commenceinoiil,
11. D. HELMOKEN.
Victoria, IJ. C, April 22,1887.     dap2rnu2
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEHE1IV GIVEN THAT
00 days after date I Intend to apply
to the Chief Commisidonorof Ijiindrinnd
Works to purchase -180 acres of laud [moro
or less] situate on Texada Island, New
Westminster District, and described as
follows:
Commencing at the N.W. corner of N.E.
ti of See. |l; t lieiu-o Koulli 80 chains; thence
East fi chains tosliore line; l lieiieo following meandering of shore line in a northwesterly direction, UfO chains [more or
less]; thence Eastftlehalnu [more or lcss|
to point of commencement.
M. W. TYItWUITT DHAKE.
Victoria, D. C, April 22,1877. '   dup25in2
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT 00
days after dale I Intend to apply to
Die Chief Comniisslnnur of Lands aud
Works lo purchiisc ist) acres of land on
Texada Island, New Wcsl minster District,
described as fol lows:
Commencing at i lie S. E. corner "f S.W.
ti ot See. 8; thence East. 10 chains; thence
South 80 chains; thence West to shore
line; thenco following meandering of
shore line In a nort h-westerly direction Ui
S. E. corner of See. i\ thence North ID
oliains [more or less]; theuce East 40
chains to point of commencement.
JAMES IiUMBBRT SMITH.
Victoria, U. Ofl April 22, 1887. .   dap2Sm2
ssroTicE.
WE HAVE APPLIED TO THE HON,
the Minister of the Interior for permission to cut timber on (he following
described tract of laud, New Westminster
District:
Commencing at a post marked "M," on
the south side of Scott creek, on Iho oast
side and about .1 mites from tlio head of
Pitt, lake; thence east along the bank of
said creek 40 chains; thence south SO
chains, thence Wi-st, 40 chains, thenco
north 20 chulns, along the shore of the
lllkoto thopnlnl of eniiiineueenicnl,
BRUNETTE SAW MILL CO., LP.,
W. N. Pkai'kii, Secretary.
New Westminster, ];iih May, 1887.
'dinylinil
THE   STKAIMKR
i&.r
"GLADYS
UNTIL   FUKTHEIt   NOTICE   WILl
leave Ayiso's Wlliirf, for
Glillllwhack uiul Way Places
TUESDAYS  & FRIDAYS
At 7 A. M„
Reluming tho following days.
For freight, &c, apply on board or to
W. MATHERS,
dmbaito On tlio Wharf.
D. S. GDRTIS & GO.
Wholesale nnd Retail
New Westminster, It, V.
dwinhlOtc
PACIFIC
New Westminster, B, C,
HAVINd SKCURBD THK AGENCY
for this celebrated Machine, I
would bo pleased to send ono on trial to
any person desirous of purchasing. The
Machines are sold on thoir own merits.
Every Mnchhic guaranteed by tbe Company for five years.
€.   J.   RORSOIVS
Fruit, Cfjiifoi'tloncry k l'nncy Glass-
ware k China Store,
Dolambla St.,
iijaetr
SOW W«lt.
REID & GURR1E
MANUFACTURERS& IMPORTERS OF
Farm Wagons,
Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons,
Carriages,
Top Buggies,
Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
Butcher Carts,
Dog Carts, •
Dump Carts,
Drays, Stages,
AND   EVEHYTI1INU   IN   THK
VEHIOLli LINK.
Senmil-liand Stllircs Is rTxprcss W»K-
6ns for sain cliorip. .
Ilcpiilrliis, I'nliiliiig Is Tilminlng
done at ronsohahlo prices,
BLACKSlihll.
In all its Branches.   Estimates giv^i on
Ironwork mid Contrnets taken.
Horse-Sliociiitr nnd General
?■      Jobliing.
Wo also keep in utoek to supply tbo
trade, Iron, Steel, Chains, Cumberland
Coal, rtorse and ih Shoes, Harrows,
Iron and Stool Harrow Tooth, Carriage
Springs and Axles, and a complete stock
of Carriaffe Hardware.
A lot of nrat-oiass Ploughs & liar-
rows on band.
iwWo hnvo got Die best workmen to be
had In tho country, and we Import nearly
all tho stock wo tine from Mm oust—consequently we can ofTor Inducements tu pur-
ehaHem that wo could not Imvo done some
time ago. All material nml work leaving
IhcKiitf]) will he I'linntuleed lobojnstns
represented. Order* from thft country
promptly attended to,
dwaplltc REID&OURRIE
Lund Registry Ordinance, 1W0.
Tlie », i;. ti «T Ibc M. K, ', of HitIIlii lit.
iiiM nsliip 4, lu I he IMsIr let of Xew
>VestmlDsler*
WnEUKAS THE GETHTIFICATE OP
Title of Joseph Hoskin to the above
lands liasheeu lonior dcwtroyeil, nndnp-
f>l teat ion tins been made for n duplicate
hereof; notice is therefore hereby given
that a fresh certificate of title will be Issued in lien of that so lost or destroyed, unless cause he nIiowii to the contrary in
one month from the duto hereof.
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land llenlslry Olllce,
New Westminster, .10th May, 1887.
 dmyitOml	
Telephone Call No. 6.
P.O. BOX 71
WM McCOLL,
.till.! Merchandise!
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries & Provisions.
LUNMIOM'S BLOCK, Columbia 8t
dw-iuinte
POUT  HAMMOHD
NURSERY
Frnlt Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits,
And GARDEN STOCK on hand In great
variety.
Everything first-class and furnished In
good shape.
dw-delOlc
G. W. HENRY,
Port Hammond, B, C.
EMPLOYMENT
milE UNDERSIGNED HA VINGOPEN-
1 ed .in Employment Ollloo and Commission Agency in New Westminster, invites a call from nil in want of employment, inseurch of help, or who wish tho
services uf a commission agent.
If you
Wauta Situation,
Want a Job,    .
Want a Servant,
Want a Farm Hand,
Want Work of any kind, or
Want Anybody to Work-
Call nt tho office.
Also—Agont for Marvin A Tllton for tho
celebrated Agricultural Machinery manufactured by the Massey Company, of
Toronto, Ont. ;
jobn axsra,
Columbia St. (adjoining Pacific Carriage
Works). P.O. BoxCH, New Westmin
ster, '       dwJeOte
Look Here!
TF Y
OI) 'VANT TO  MAKE A NICE
PRESENT
To a friend or rolntlvo, go down to STIR-
SKY'S und look at sumo of those extraordinary iiai-KtihiK in
Utiles' and Gentlemen's Gold and
Silver Watrhes,  Chains,
(Jhariiif., etc., etc.
Or if you want a useful ornament tor your
house, examine those beautiful frilny
striking: dorks, with cathedral gongs,
He Usolllngat BOTTOM PRICES.
Watches, from $r< upwards, nl! warranted
Fine Wiilcli Ut'imlrliiKii Specialty, and
good workmanship ttuiuuuteed.
3E1. STXZtSKY,
dwnuib'l Columbln St, New West,
GUARDIAN
Insurance Com'y
OF LONDON, ENG.
Total Funds, $18,000,000
ESTABLISHED 1821
Risks Taken at Rates
as Low as any other
Reliable Comp'y.
T. R, PEARSON,
ilc,c7lo       (B. O. B. * P. Co.) AGENT.
*tt***M*m*m*tm
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   SUBSET,
New Westminster, B. C.
aw Hul iHlnctlor. guaranteed.      dupiaic
THE  INSTANTANEOUS
INK & STAIN
ERASER
Will remoye all Ink or:Fruit
Stains, Iron Rust, Grease or
Mould, and leave the paper or
fabric perfectly uninjured.
TRY IT.   PRICE, 50c.
B. 0.8TaT10m«Y % PRINTIHQ 00.
New Westminster, Vanoonver k Viotoria
dwnolSto
W.JJIIP
Has on tho Road another Carload of
Reapers, Horse Rakes,
Mowers & Binders,
From  JOHN  ELUOIT: * iSONS, pf
London, Ont., whioh will arrive hero
about Juno 24th,
tr Pay no attention to what other
agents say, W. if. Jenkins will fill his
order's to purchasers. .Satisfaction or no
sale,
dwnYySOto W. H. JENKINS.
:dto:bt:ei
ooax4:F^.3iT-sr
Capital, 13,000,000;   losses
Paid, 818,000,000
>sitnlsllsil>ed 1H09
Rates as Low as any other
Company doing. Business
in British Columbia.
tr Risks promptly taken, and Losses
satisfactorily adjusted.
T. R, PEAR80N,
doo7lo (B. O. S. 4 P.'Co.) AflRNT.
W.R. AUSTIN,
1IEAI.GR in
Qeneral Morchandise!
A large Assortment oi*
DRY GOODS
-AND -
GROCERIES
ALWAYS ON HAND.
XZay and. Feed
WnOI.KSALB AND RETAIL.
WOOD AXD t'OAl DEUTCMW TO
Aȴ PAST OF TBE CITY.
We run two stage, dally, exoeptBandsy.,
to Port Moody, carrying H.M.H. malls,
As no liquor or tobacco Is used we ean by
tomperuto habit, and careful economy
serve tao publlo at especially low Ms*,
dwssaoto
8FBOIAI.
INDUCEMENTS
—FOlt THK-	
HOLIDAYS
15 per Gent. Discount for the
next 15 days,
AILMSSOSS.    HETOH
BUYING FROM THE MANUFAC-
turers for cosli, I am in a, position
to sell at bottom prices, My Goods are
marked in plain figures and the prices
have not been pnt tip to moot the dii*
count taken off. Call and see prices before purchasing elsawhero,
<y Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
Jewelry mado to order.
F.CKAKE.
WATCHMAKER
OriwiTK tiik Basx.   "      dw-deldto
PIANOS
THE UNDERSIGNED has
just,received a .large consignment of
Pianos and Organs,
Which he will sell cheap. These
instruments may be purchased
for cash or In monthly instalments, to suit purchaser. Call
and get my figures before purchasing elsewhere, and it will be
to your interest.
Second-hand Pianos and Organs for'sale or to rent.
Instruments may be seen at
Mr. D. Lyal's Book and Stationery Store, Columbia Street.
■iwrniuic  Ts Ri PEARS0N> A POOP FELLOW;
The History of a Man Who Treated tho
'  World Better Than It Deserved.
Didn't know Bodgors, did you—Abraham Bodgers, g. g. f., which moans general good man? Well, I did, and I
helped bury him yesterday.
when I first knew Bodgers, he was a
young fellow ot 18, and the titlo of
good fellow had already settled upon
him. If they wanted the old churob,
swept for Bnndsy, or the bell rung for
prayer-meeting, somoono asked Bodgera
to do lt. If any old hunker fell siek and
hankered for rabbit soup, Bodgers was
asked to go out and hunt for the rabbit,
If any old woman wanted sassafras root
for horbs,Rodge» was tho good fellow
who'd go to the Holds and woods on
her errand.
Ho one ever thought of offering him
money In payment lor hie time, and It
la* only his due to say that he wouldn't
have accepted lt If thoy hud. Hewas expected to pound down the nallheads in
the sidewalks, replaoe broken planks,
nave an eye on tho bridge paint the
sohoolhouae steps, replaoe the broken
glass in the church and be the guardian
of all bad boys, and no ono ever heard
him kick,
Later on, the old man Jaokson fell
siok, and when wa'.ohors wero required he expressed his dosiro to hav.)
ltodgers come to the house nnd stay.
Bodgers went, put In sixteen days and
nights of hard work, and when tho old
man died the widow leolingly exclaimed:
" Oh, Abraham, but you aro a noble
young man I I can never, never repay
you l'T
She never did—never even offered him
the value of a pair ot stockings, although
she wan left $30,000.
Then Aunt Nancy Lee fell siok and
died and Bodgers had Just beirun his
day's work as a carpenter when one ot
the Lee boys rode up with the news and
added:
" And the very last thing sho said was
that you must bo chief pall-bearer. Aunt
Nancy always loved you, and you must
oome."
Bodgers went, Aunt Nancy forgot to say
that ho should bepald for his day's work,'
although she loft $12,000 to the heathon,
and so Kodgers was out again.
He had scarcely Bottled down to work
when some one discovered that tho old
hand fire engino whioh had been stowed
away for six years ought to be put In
condition. A leading citizen suggested
to Bodgors to go ahead und fix tho old
tub up, and his bill should be paid by
a subscription. Bodgors tinkered away
tor a week, and a leading grocer gave
him a bar of soap, and a dry goods man
came down with a roll of tape. Tho
eflort to reward him died out with that.
Bodgers lived just that sort ot a life
' until he was lOycarsold. Hooven put oil
getting married to sit up with uslck horuo
und bo rewarded with a thank you. In
one year he was pall-bearer at twenty-
two funerals, and sat up with fourteen
different dead people.
Waeu he worked tor pay people paid
him when they got ready, when there
euuii) a week tn which somebody did not
want him to compound a salve, repair a
tub, sit up with a corpse, subscribe for
a mill-dam, railroad or publlo hall, or
giveaday's work to public Improvement
or charity, .Mrs. Bodgers felt that the
judgment day could not be far off.
lie had put In three weeks looking
up Widow Davis's lost oow, digging roots
tor Widow Jenkins, and sitting up with
Elder Smith, when Judgo Froth suddenly
Of course his last words were:
"I tall In the service of my country,
and want Abraham Bodgers to be chief
boss at my funeral, I will and bequeath
uiy $75,000 to my wife, and I leave my
thanks to Abraham."
Bodgors bossed tbe funeral. He borrowed all the chairs, got the singers together, formed the funeral procession,
und rode two miles to the grave In a
pouring rain to stand with uncovered
head, Next day he was 111, and yesterday, as I told you, I helped bury him.
when he died ha hadn't a dollar in the
house. He bad selected cemetery lots
(or fifty people, but he had none of his
own. Hs had helped to put as many
Into caskets, but ne was burled In a
plain coffin at the expense of his friends.
Very few of his friends turned out, as
they were busy with their work. He
had formed funeral processions half a
mile long for 'squires, elders, deacons
and Judges, but there were only four
Vehicles In his. The clergyman seemed
to be In a hurry, the grave-digger was
Impatient for us to be gone, and as
we turned away some one remarked:
"Oh, his wife Mil get along some way
—widows always do."—[Detroit Free
Press.
' «■>
President Jaoksoa'a Inauguration,
At Jackson's Inauguration there was
for the first time on Such occasions at
Washington, a military pageant A
band ol the veterans of the Bevolutlon
formed his bodyguard, bayonets bristled
around the Capitol, and on Pennsylvania
avenue martial muslo rosoumWd, and
salvos ot artillery were fired at different
poults In the environs to announce that
ihe oath of office had been adminstered.
An immense ooncourseof peoplo jolued
In the shouts with which the" hero ot
New Orleans" was greeted,ae he rode on
a spirited hone from the Capitol to the
White House.
" I never saw such a crowd," wrote
Daniel Webstar to a friend. "Persons
have come 600 miles to seo General
Jackson, and they really seem to think
thai tho country Is rescued from some
dreadful danger."
Hunters from Kentucky and Indiana,
lighters from Tonnesee and sturdy frontiersmen from the Northwest mingled In
the throng with tho more refined dwellera
on the Atlantic slope and tbe Impetuous
people of ihe South, who had all the
virtues and the faults arising from their
peculiar social Institutions,
Arriving at tho White House, the motley orowd clamored for refreshments,
and soon drained the barrels of punch
which had.been prepared, In drinking
the health ot the new chief magistrate,
A great deal ot china and glassware was
broken lu the struggle forloe-oream and
cakes, ""d f>e east room was filled with
'a mob.
At one tlmeOeneral Jaokson, who had
retreated until he wss pressed against
the wall, was only protected Irom Injury
by a number ot his friends, who linked
arms and formed a long .barrier about
him.
Such a scene had never before been
witnessed at the Whlto House.—[Hugh
J. Hastings's "Anolent American Politics.",
<i> ,
Ohnralat astraordlsary,
ThsDanbury News is responsible tot
the story that a mouse fell Into a bowl
ol cream the other night, and In Its efforts to keep afloat churned the cream
into butter, on whioh lt stood and
climbed out.
This is claimed to be true because the
mouse lelt a trail of butter all along the
clean pantry shelf■_
,   Ihe Countryman la Town,
A countryman and his son "put up"
at a oity hotel. Bon out seeing tho town.
Old gent comes down from hie room at
midnight and says to tho night clerk:
" Has my son oome In yet!"
Night Clerk! "Guess not. Haven't
seen him."
Oil Gent: "Well, you mtda'tiitup
tot In^ty long**''   ,   —    '
 JfO'EWEGIAU HOSPTTALITTr
Interesting   Custom,   of n   Simple anil
Good-hearted People,
In'no land Is hospitality moroopon-
handod aud more unaffected than in
Norway, and though thoso features are
naturally becoming blunted along tho
beaten linos of travol, tbo genuine goodness of heart, flno "gentlemanly"feol-1
ing and entire absence of thatBordldnoss
which Is su often s. en ovou in primitive
regions, cannot fail to striko the unprejudiced obsorvor. Nor is otlquotte ignored by ovon tho rudest of tho peoplo.
In the cities tho stranger is apt to
make many blunders. In tho country,
however, this is not less marked, though
perhaps the visitor will be less conscious of its presence.
One of tho peculiarities of the Norwegian fanner Is that, when visiting a
frlond,homustignoreull the preparations
mode for his entertainment, He will
see the coffee roasted, and tho oups sot
out, and then, just whon the good wifo
Is about to offer htm hor hospitality, he
gets up, bids tho family good-by, and Is
only persuaded to remain after some reels tunoo.
livery oup must be filled to overflowing, otherwise tho host would bo thought
sliucy. When milk, brandy, or beer is
offoroil, tho guest invariably begs that
it will not " be wasted ou him," anil
then, after emptying tho oup, declaroi
that "it is too much"—going through
tho eamo formalities, lt may bo, threo
or four times.
In the farmhouses, or upland "sao-
ters," the guest Is left (o cat alone,
silver forks and spoons being often substituted for the carved wooden ones
used by tho family, and a fine whito
clotli lor tho bare board which servos
well enough on ordinary occasions.
To a punctilious guest this may not
be n drawback, for ut tho family tablo,
as indeed, among tin) poasunls in Bean-
dlnuvia everywhere, tho different individuals dip thoir spoons into tho same
dishes of " grod " and sour milk; but
for any ono desirous of studying a peoplo a load ot forolgn projudlco is a
grievous burden to carr. about.
When a child iB born the wlfo of every
neighbor cooks a dish o( " llodergrod "
(porridge mado with cream Instead ot
milk), and brings it to tho convalescent,
there being a good deal <,f rivalry
among the matrons to outdo each other
la tho quality and size of tho dish.
When any one has taken food In a
Scandinavian houso he shakos bauds
with tho host and hostess in rising from
tho tablo and says:
"Tak for mad" ("Thanks for food"),
to which thoy reply: "Veil bcltommo'
(" May lt agroo with you").
In many parts ot Scandinavia all tho
guests shake hands wllh each other and
repeat tho latter formula; und In Norway, at least, lt Is Iho fashion for a
guest to call on tho hostess u few days
later, and when sho appears lo gruvely
say:
"Tak for sidaj" ("Thanks for la3t
tlmo"), great gravity on this formal visit
being a mark of good brooding.—[Peoples ot tho World.
Mountain Sam's Dogs.
An old trapper nnd hunter, known tn
"Mountain Sam," is doing a laud office
business killing huge mountain snuep
for their heads and horns. These ho
ships lo Now York to fill orders which ho
is constantly receiving, and thoro they
are mouutocl. bain's best customers aro
wealthy Englishmen.
' for many yours " Mountain Sam " bas
burled himself in the most remote recesses ot the Big Horn Mountains. Sam
rounds up tho wild sheep with dogs.
His pack numbers twouty-ilvo head,
and they are a pure cross of the bloodhound and bulldog. Mountain born and
brod, these noble animals add to the
strength and sagacity ot thoir blood
strains a marvellous onduranoe and activity. No snow depth, no roughness ot
trail, no steepness of preciplco, no loftiness of peak, no remoteness of locality
can stop the mountain dog when on tho
track of the mountain sheep. •
Tho pack works In an organized way
whon the troll of a band of sheep is
struck. The dogs break Into little
bunches and wide and careful circuits
aro made. The closely pressed sheep
are hurried toward a common centre,
and they wUl soon be bunched wi(h
twenty-five stanch dogs, crests erect and
tails wagging, moving about them In an
endless und eager circle,
The pack has been known to bunch
250 head ot sheep, and to hold their
watoh and guard for ovor six hours
awaiting the coming ot their master,
who has boon kept back by the difficulties lying In his path.
It sometimes occurs that tho dogs
bring the game together on a spot that
Is utterly inaccessible to human feet,
Then tho huutoirglvos his dogs notice
of the fact by a peculiar shrill and
piercing shout.
The puck at onco dash Into the midst
of tho sheep, seize and slay the largest,
and by dint of rolling, tumbling and falling Iron: crag to crag, from declivity to
declivity, bring tho oarcasscs within
reach ol their master.—[Denver Tribune,
Sl»
Daniel Webster and Lord Brougham.
Mr, Webster was nn admirable raconteur, and some of his reminiscences ot
his visit to England were very entertaining,
One morning in London, aftorabroak-
fust with ltogois, the batiuor-poot, ho
left the House lit company with tho celebrated Sydney Smith, and as they
passed tho door of Lord Brougham
Smith proposed to call, to which Mr.
Webster asson tod.
On entering, Smith Introduced Sir.
Webster as "Mr, Olay." Now Mr. Clay
had not long before denounced Lord
Brougham In tho United States Senate,
bo, to use Mr. Webster's words, " Lord
Brougham did not say a word lo Mr.
Clay, nor did Mr, Clay to Lord Brougham."
Smith and Webster soon took their
leave, and as they wore crossing St. James
Park tlio former all at once became
sllont and thon asked:
"Did I not Introduce you to Lord
Brougham us Mr. Clay?''
"Certainly you did," replied Webster,
No more wus said on tho subject, but
Smith soon excused himself. That utter-
noon Mr. Webster found a card from
Lor,! Brougham Inscribed:
. "ForMr. Webster,"und thoy bocamo
intimate friends,—[Boston Budget,
Biblical learning.
A Baptist proacher, well known In
Macon, asked four other preachers of
other denominations whether Sfodekioh
was one of the minor or ono of tho major
prophets.
Thoy all agreed that ho was one of the
minor prophets, and were much disgusted with theinsol vos when they discovered
that ho was no prophet at all.—[Savannah News,
■■«»«-
A Dog JustmaWy and.
A canine with a tin attached to his
tall by a strong cord passed hurriedly
down tho street.
" Is that dog mad?" Inquired an anxious podojtrlan. \
" Well," responded another," I caught
A gllmpso of his countonauco as ho
passed by. and ho didn't look the first
bit pleased, "-[Pittsburg Dispatch.
. "- -■-
_ ton.
Tho following Business Directory relates
only (o persons whose advertisements appear In the DAI1.T Columbian. It has
been found true, as a rule, that persons
who advertise liberally aro liberal in their
dealings, and many persons make lt a
rule to give preference In their dealings to
those establishments which advertise
freely. Tho following list Is arranged alphabetical ly:
LEGAL.
T. O. Atkinson Columbia St
W. Norman Holo Columbia Ht
Branch Ollloo ot Vancouver.
Corbould A MoColl McKonsle St
Branch Onico at Vnnoouvor.
MEDICAL.
Br. H. M. Coopor.- Church Ht
Br. J. O. Homloraon Oliilllwhuck, H. C.
Dr. I. M. McLoan McKenslo St
Dr. BeWolfo Smith Clarkson Ht
INSURANCE.
W. J. Armstrong [fire]...  Court House
.lames Cunningham Columbia Mt
H. V. Edmonds McKenzie. Ht
W. D. Ferris [life A accident] Ferris Ht
T. B. Pearson [lire * life] Columbia Ht
Rand Bros. [llre,lIfe4ao'dlt],MoKen«leSt
Branch OIHcoh at Vuneouver & Vic.
Turner, Ueeton &Co. Iflro] Victoria
Woods, Turuor AQnmblo .   I' '   „,
[lire, life & accident] Columbia Bt
HEAL  ESTATE AGENCIES,
W. N. Bole .OJlumblaSt
Corbould A MoColl McKenzie Ht
H. V. Edmonds McKenslo Ht
W. D. Ferris ......Ferris St
Capt. Plttendrigh MeKensle Ht
Rami Bros MeKensle St
Wm. Bhannon Vancouver
Woods, Turner idamblo Columbia St
ABOHITEOT, *c.
C. H. Clow..... Clinton St
G. W. Grant..... McKonzle St
CONTRACTOR.   A. BUILDERS.
Aokerman Bros Now Wostmlnstor
AUCTIONEERS.
H. N. Bloh Ladner's
T. J. Trapp .....Columbia St
AGENTS FOR MACHINERY, A.C.
Fraser & Leonard •. Vancouver
AGRICULTTRAL IMPLEMENTS.
W. H. Jenkins..Westminster* Chllllwh'k
Jno. Slrr , Columbia St
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
T. R. Pearson.. .'« Columbia St
PRINTING * RULING.
ThoColumblan Steam Printing Establishment ,..„ Columbia St
STOVES * TINWARE.
H. M. Cnnnlngbam A Co Columbia St
GAS FITTINGS.
H. M. Cunningham A Co. Columbia St
SEWING MACHINES.
C.J. Robson ColumbiaSt
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
W. R. Austin ....Front HI,
C. G. Major Columbia St
Wm. McColl Columbia St
C. MoDonougb Front St
DRY GOODS.
Bon Marebe ColumbiaSt
D.Drysdale*Co.. Columbia Ht
Jus. Ellard & Co Columbia Ht
Wm. Rae (Globo Housol Columbia st
DRESSMAKING,
Bon Marohe ....Columbia st
Jas. Ellard * Co Columbia at
Misses McDougall Columbia st
FURNITURE.
WIntomute, Calblck * Co Columbia st
WOOD A COAL.
Houry Elliott [Orders left nt W. MeColl's]
DRUGS, *«•
D. S. Curtis * Co Columbln St
A, Feoto Columbia St
BUTCHERS.
Rout. DloklnBon .'."..........Columbln St
WATCHMAKERS «. JEWELERS
F. Crake .'. Columbia st
F. stlrsky Columbln Ht
C. M. McNaughten ColumbiaSt
BLACKSMITHING  tt   CARRIAGE
WORKS.
Thos. Ovens. Columbia St
Reid & Currle Columbia Ht
HOTELS,
Farmers Home IHoldenl Church Ht
Tlio Clarenoo I Rlohnrds] Victoria
LIVERY, AvC.
Mainland Transfer Co Columbia St
PAINTERS, Ac.
fjlios. Murray. .'. Clarkson St
BOOTS * SHOES.
G. H. Grant A Co i...Coluinbln St
H. Kells Columbia St
Wm. Ross Columbia St
TAILORS.
D. Drysdale A Co .Columbia Bt
BAKERY.
A. Dlebel Front St
NURSERIES.'
G. W. Honry Port Hammond
E. Hutoherson Ladners
FANCY POULTRY, Ac.
Jno. S. Cox -. Rol'al Avenuo
MONUMENTAL,
Alex, Hamilton ......Church "I
Rudgo A Monck... Now Westminster
TnK Canadian Needle Co., in *
. „   . . — _. - 4s Front 81.
East, Toronto, get up tlio Neatest anil
most Complete and Best Helling Needle
Package In Amotion. Bond 25 Cents Air
Maniple nf New No. 4, finished In Flue
Plush. Particulars sent whon slumps ore
enclosed for reply.
Don't worry If you are out of employ-
moni. Write lo Mr. KQVOTi II Wellington Street East, Toronto. Send slumps
for reply. dyrmylWil
NOTICE.
XTOT1CR IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT (H)
ll dftyH after dnto ilntoniltonnplylo
Uio Chief Cemin.iflslm.er of I-aiiils nnd
Works to purcliMo 480 acres of land on
Texndi»imm,dlN«wW*wtm(n«jt©rnuiHetf
desorlbed ns follows:
Commencing nt tho R. E. corner of tlio
S.W. ti of Hoc. .'t; thenco EfctdQohnlns:
thence North Hi chalu'e; thence Went SO
chains; tbenoe South 40 chains; thenco
East 40ohnlnsj thenco Month 40 chains lo
point of commencement,
ROBT. E. JACKSON.
Vlotorln, B. C, April 22,1887.     dnpftmS
LAND SURVEYORS,
EstatB, Insurance aud
Fire, Life, Accident & Murine
- Insurance.
Ai»»s-va
Dominion Express Comp'y, Id.
Sastern Canadian  ant Kales
nought unit Htild.
UOI.OM.MA (j'tUBBlV
Telephones*.        NKW WESTJIISHtTKB.
rtWto
Brighouse Estate.
A Lb PAUTIES ARK HEREBY CAU-
A tionud uyuiiiHl puruliiisliig of Hain'l
Brifcliouse or executing mortgages on any
portion of the above estate without the
sanction of Mnnuella Brlj-liouse, his wlfo,
or her solicitors,
UnplStc       MANUELLA ISItlOHOUSR
ElWOATI'iN IJllANCHOF
PllOVIKflAl. SKCIlB'l'.UiY'S DRIUTmiENT,
Viotoria, May 25tU, 1887.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
li tlip Annual Examination of Candl-
diitoH for Certificates of Qualification to
teaoli In the Publlo Schools of tho Pro*
vlnea will ho held In the Agricultural
Hall, Victoria, commencing on Monday,
July 4th, at 10 a.m.
Intending candidates tire required to
notify this Department nnd furnish testimonials prior to June 2ith.
Applicants for Ronewnl of Certificates
are hereby notified to comply with there-
qulrementttof Ktilj-sectlon 8 of section-11
of tho "Public School Act, W8iV»
B. I). POPE,
dmyWin   Superintendent of Education.
NOTICE.
SITTINGS OF THE COUNTY COUNT
of Cariboo will hoholil-
At Ollnton, Friday, lath May, 1887.
At Ullowt, Wednesday, 18th May, 1887.
At IGO-Mllo Houso, Taesclny, 28th June,
1887.
At Soila C'rBek, Thursday, 80lh  June,
1S87.     '
At QuesnctlomouU)) Monday, 4th July,
1887.
At Rlohllchl,Saturday, Oth July, 18S7.
Tly Command,
JNO, ROB90N,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secrotary's^lffl oe,
20th April, 1887. . dapatd
KOTiCE.
TO ROAD CONTRACTORS,
SEALED TENDERS WILL BE RE-
cclvod by tbo undersigned up to noon
of Saturday Hit lMh lust., for certain repairs to the road between Now Westminster and the South end of Fnlso Crock
Bridge; which will include tho construction of about 47 chains of now rond.
Specifications can bo seen and forms for
tender obtained at the Government Oflice,
New Westminster, and at tho oflleoof C.
O. Johnson, Deputy Registrar County
Court, Vancouver.
Tho lowest or any louder not necessarily
accepted; ^
C. WARWICK,
Gov't Agent.
Now West., Juno 0,1837. djciltd
Every Man to 1:1s own Business
-&..   PEELE,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
CCH.UMBIA   STREET
(OPP. COLONIAL II0IKM,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,' B. 0.
Physicians' Proscriptions and Family Beclpes a Speclalt)'.
N   B. — Only Genuine Drugs used.
Over twenty years' experience.    mr28
Great Reduction f
RATES OF INSURANCE
By Itie Old Hellulilc
OS* XaOXTSOCT.
TAKE NOTICE THAT I HAVE BEEN
authorized by tho Manager to cut
down tho rates as low, If not lower, than
any oilier Company In this Province,
.UMESCUVXINiMAM,
AGENT.
New Westminster, May 23rd, 1887.
dhiyZSml
WE  TOO,
HEfBESENTlNG THE
OF BROOKLYN, N. V.,
Etm Insurance Go.
OST   H.A.RTB'OItD,
ARE  PREPARED  TO TAKE  RIftKS
hh low nn nny oilier 4 otiipun) represented hero.
Wo also save tho attfiured tlmo and trouble by beliifi able to write our policies
here without reference to Victoria office,
as we aro direct agents.
WOODS, TtRXEll I GAMBLE,
Agents, NewWostm[nBtor,B.C.
1st June, 1887. ilje2ml
What Phtsiiimii 8.iy hum nt
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
"Treatment by Absorption has /or some
time boon recognized hy Medical Men to
ho tho most simple ntuf effectual means
of convoying to Diseased OifrunB, "Cura-
tlvos," but menses of Kidney Disease and
Complaints iilteudnnt thereon, suocesriful
treatment whs practicably impossible until the Introduction of the Starr Kidney
Pad. It costs less limn n single prescription and Is Immeasurably wore decisive
and effective than any quantity of internal
Medicinal dosing. Worn Immediately over
the sent of Disease, lis curative properties
become nbsorbed by tho diseased nnd on-
fcoblod Organs,eoutlnuously and directly,
us required to Insure In return their healthy action and original vigour. It Is coin-
fortablo to the put teat and pleasant In Its
oftbctK, and eiires when nothing else can.
The Starr Kidney Pad accomplishes positive, decisive results. A moro valuable
discovery as a true remedy for Kinney
Dlsenses was never made,—Medical Gazelle
The Mnrr Kidney Part, manufactured
In Toronto, Is a permanent sure cure for
diseases, dlsnnlers ami ailments of the
Kidneys, Bladder and urinary seoretlve
system, or tUtcmlunt complaints, causing
pain In tho small of tho back, sides, etc.,
producing urinary disorders, such as too
frequent, scanty, difficult, painful or copious inlnlurll Ion, Inability of retention and
sedimentary urine, dropsical symptoms,
ot(!,.ili'iiotiii'; the presence In the system
of diseases common to the urinary soore-
tlvo organs—known ns gravel, catarrh of
tho bladder and piiRsngOH, Bright** disease,
diabetes, dropsy, piles, nervous debility,
etc. Head for pamphlettp LANGLEY A
CO., Wholesale Agents, Victoria. Retailed by A. M. HERItlNOnmt D. S. CURTIS
A CO.. New WeHlmlnsten T, McNEE-
LEY, Ladner's [.muling: II. McDOWKIJ.
A CO., II .-\STIM is HAW MILL CO., THB
VANCODVBH IHIUO CO., Vancouver;
W. E. Mi'iWHTNKY A HRO., Vancouver
audKimil»c.|,s;,l. HsLOVHlA Yale; W.
IUMEUAW, Priest Valleys H. OkARKA
CO., Kamloops, dwne23yl
IMPEKIAL
FIRE INSURANCE CtM'Y.
1 Ou> atom Si. and 16 Pali. Mali,,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOE INSURING HOUSES 4 OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merohon.
dise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of suoh Vessels j also, Ships building and repairing, Bargos and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on board suoh Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
MOM LOSS (IK IiAMAOK BT FIKK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600.000 8TG.
Rates ol Premium and every information can bo obtained on application to
W. J. AKMSTIMIKK,
Agent for New Westminster.
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
•Illinnlitci'Cniillal $1,000,00*
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
a home Company,
Thii, Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:-
The SeonrUy oflered to policy holders Is
unsurpassed by any Company doing business In Canada,
It bas no schemes of Insurance, but the
well-established lines, hence tho policy
holders cannot bo misted as to their contracts.
Its statements to the public can be readily understood, Its cash statement showing every Item of Inromo and how expended.
Its position lsasoertalnednnnuallyfrom
a detailed valuation in which every Item
of liability Is Included.
Its progress has been unexampled in
the history of Insurance lu Canada.
Its policies ure Indisputable after throe
years, and non-forfeitnble after two years'
existence.
Its profits are distributed upon an equitable tasls. Tho profits to ono cluss of
policy holders are not lessened to give
larger profits to any other class, which
method affords superior advantages over
tho uniform bonus plan of distribution.
Liberal Conditions as lo RmIiIcucc and
Travel.
J. K. MacDONALD,
Managing Director.
T. R. PEARSON
Agent, New "Westminstet
Je7-amo-alternat«.
DEAIEB & IMPORTER IN
Dry Goods
CLOTHING
GROCERIES
TUST RECEIVED IN DRY GOODS,
A NEW STOCK
In all Bhaucs and material ol DRESS
GOODS, including Cashmeres, Merinos,
Silks, Satins, Blsok and Colored Velveteens and Plushes. COTTONS (bleached
and unbleached). LININGS, BUTTONS, HOLLANDS, *o. Grey, White,
Scarlet and Cheeked FLANNELS. LADIES GLOVES, In Cotton, Wool, Silk
and Kid. Ladies Merino and Lamb
Wool Vests, JERSEYS, all prices.
Hosiery, Muslins, Diaper Irish Linen,
Brilliants, &c, ko.
Men's Clothing!
For Quality, Style, Fit and Price,
can't be touched.
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
In every Lino, Cotton, Merino nnd
Wool Underwear, White Shirts, Cuffs,
Collars, Gloves,* Braces, Cardigan Jackets, ke. Also, Cotton, Merino, Cashmere, Lambs Wool and Knit SOCKS, in
great variety.
Also, HATS and CAPS, Ladies' and
Gents' RUBBER GOODS and UMBRELLAS.
In House Furnishing Goods
Carpets, Ruga, Window Poles with
Rings and Mountings, Window Holland
(Buff, Green and Striped), Damask and
Cretonnes, Sheetings, Towels, White
Counterpanes, Bleached and Unbleached
Tablo Linens, Napkins, Tickings, Blankets and Arctic-down Quits, Table Cloths
and Covws.
IN GROCERIES
Everything found in a firstalass Establishment, and none but the beat. Canned
Goods, Fruits, Meats and Vegetables.
I ilon'l offer Cheap floods. I don't b«y
then or keep them, bnt I offer you llu
best nml at the lowest price they eon be
sold al« ud yon get what we represent
dnolWto
JUBILEE PRICES
 AT   THE	
Bon Marches
FANCY DRESS GOODS,
Prints, Ginghams, Piques,
Jerseys and Parasols.
LADIES' & GENTS' SUMMER MERINO & COTTON UNDERWEAR.
CLOTHING,
Men's, Boys' & Children's Straw Hats,
&c,      &.C.
E^For tho next four weeks we will allow 5 per cent discount on all
Parcels purchased exceeding the sum of Two Dollars.
WALKER  & SHADWELL,
New Westminster, Jlny 1311s, 1887.
dwmylstc
"WAG-OFS,
GARRIAGEUBUMES
ONE CAR LOAD
Just Received from the East per 0. P. E.
This Consignment is First-class in
every respect and will be sold
OHE^.I5 «- CASH
-.A.X.SO-
poe a&xs eamar
Also, 1 Car-load Iron, Steel & Chain, Fim HnimL
fSiT Having purchased at specially favorable rates in the eut, we
are now prepared to do all sorts of Blacksmith Work at prices considerably lower than those that have hitherto prevailed.    Give us a trial.
REID & CURRIE,
dwmyi7mi Paclffc Carriage Works, Cohunbla St.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
,U
THOMAS ALLSOP, ]
HENRY  S.  MASON, [•
CUYLER A.  HOLLAND,    )
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, ■ 56 New Broad St., ■ LONDON, ENGLAND.
The Business of ALLSOP & MASON has been merged in the abore Company
aud will he carried ou by the Company from this date as a general Land Investment
and Insurance Agency.
MONEY TO LOAN ou Mortgage at Low Rates. Town Lota and Farming
Lands for Salo on easy terms. #
Victoria, a 0., Mny mill, 1887. dwJeTml
Bargains!   Bargains!
GKSS^JT B-A.EC3-^.Il!TS XBT
BRACELETS, PINS, LOCKETS, CHAINS, AC.
Also a large   assortment   of   SILVER   PLATED   WARE
KNIVES, FORKS, SPOONS, &c.
U2?" All Goods Riiatantced to be as represented.
C. Ml. McNaughten,
dw-jai9tc Colonial Block, New Westminster, B, C.
MewAppivals!
The "CL0Bl¥0U8E"
TTAVK RECEIVED A LARGE AND WELL ASSORTED'STOCK Or
Dry Qoods,       Millinery,
Ladies' and Children's Underwear,
Children's While and colored Dresses* for ail ages, at low prion.
Also, a variety of Bed QUlllS Slid L«C6 CDrUllS, Plights,
SatlllS, Velvets and Velveteens, and Everything kept in a fintaki
Dry Goods Shop.       ^"Inspection invited. T£J
"W na.    3ES -A. 33.
ilwap27tc
COMMERCIAL PRINTING.
The Columbian Friktinq Establishment has first-class taoilitias for
all kinds of Commercial Printing.    Bill Held*. Lttttr HtMH), CirtUtan,
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Forms of every description, Pw
Prloe Lists, fa.    Prices will be found as low at at any other <
first-olass work is dono. '~": THE DAILY COLUMBIAN
Every Afuratea except Sandnj,
BY THB
liifiis Columbus Pimtino Company (Limited.)
At the Company's steam Printing Establishment, Columbia St.
Delivered in th. city daily.. .25c per week
Mailed dally, one year S'0.00
Mailed dally, six months  6.60
mruniim sates foi tke dailt.
Tf»ast«lAdvertlsem.als.-Flrstln»er-
tinn, 10ots. per line Mild nonpareil; each
subsequent coiiAPcutlve Insertion, 2cts. per
Hue. Ailverliseiiienl. not Inserted eveiy
day, 10 ots. per line each Insertion.
Maadlas AdveHUemeals.-Regular
BUNlness or Professlonul Advertisements
Will berecelv«latfollowlngrateii! llaoh,
M Per moat hi 2 ns. fl; % ool. t!VI»; ii eol.
fefiiloil. Ili. If inserted for less {Sen 8
mos, 10 per cent, will be added.
•atrial IMMee. among reading matter,
10 ets. per Hue each Insertion. Specials
calling attention to advertisements, locts.
births', Marriages and Deuths.Ol for each
Insertion: Funeral Notices In connection
with deaths, soots, each Insertion.
Auction Sales, whendlsplayed.ohnrged
25 par cont. less than transient advts. If
mild, charged at regular transient rates.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
issued every Wednesday Moralag.
liellvercd In the City, per year. $1.00
Mulled, per year. 2.00
Mailed,! month c. 1.25
WUILV tlWEITIliM SATES.
Transient Advert lsenie«ts.-Flrst Insertion, locts, per line solid nonpareil; subsequent insertions, 5 ots. per line,
Standing MveMlMsa»ls.-For 1 Inch,
•1.50per month; 2 ins. riper m.; 81ns.S2.00
per iST; 1 col. 812.75 per m. If Inserted for
less thau 8 mos. 10 per cent, will be Added
to these rates.
Special notices among reading matter,
ou. per line each Insertion.
Stele must be all metal, and for lergeouts
an extra rate will be charged. No advt.
inserted in either issue for less than II.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Change of Name....Geo. H. Grants: Co
Boots and Shoes .. .Grant and Maelure
Tenders Wanted K. H. Fisher
HoUoe..... -Henry Kllng
CardofThanks C. Watson
B. C. Penltenfary A. H. MoBrlde
fmlg fntislv Columbian
Tkanaay Ivealag. Jbb. », lin.
■tag Kennedy at tke Brill Sked Te.
Might.
The William Irving went up to Chilliwhack this morning.
An Ottawa despatch says parliament
will be dissolved on the 18th inst.
Mr. D. L. Smith has finished his
contract of grading St Andrew's st.
O'Brien attended reals at St. Faneois
Xavier church, New York, on Sunday.
Sir Donald, Lady and Miss Smith
leave for England next week for two
'months.
Co nd 8ee Klic Kennedy at tke
Mil Sked lo-Hliut. It will do
/•■good.
Chandler will likely be elected Senator to fill tbe unexpired term of the
late Senator Pike.
Tha bill applying for a charter for
the Westminster Southern Railway hu
been withdrawn by Mr. Ohisholm.
The Y. M. C. A. concert and supper
at Vanoonver last night is reported to
have been a very gratifying success.
The powers dooline to interpose with
Turkey on behalf of Crete. There
will probably be a revolt on the island.
Tenders are asked for the erection
of the new brick building for tbe Bank
• of British Columbia in this city. See
advertisement.
In another wlamtt will bo found an
advertisement asking tenders for supplying the penitentiary at this city.
Tenders are to be in by the 27th
June.
It ia said fully 30C0 men will be employed this summer in the construction of additional snowsheds in the
Rookies for the Canadian Pacific
Railway Co.
The steamship Abyssinia, due at
Vancouver about Monday next, has 21
cabin passengers; 80 Chinese; 2,500,-
000 lbs. of tea; 03 bales uf silk and
other merchandise.
It ia proposed to organise a national
pilgrimage from Ireland to Rome on
the occasion oi the Golden Jubilee of
thi Pope next year. A similar pilgrimage hu not taken place since 1608.
A private letter from a British
Columbian now in Portland, Or., says:
"Yesterdsy I counted tbe vacant
stone on the fonr principal busineu
streets of Portlsnd, from 3rd st. to the
river, and there were 102 of them."
"Cariboo Joe" since his removal to
tbe hospital is rapidly improving. The
wound is not thought serious by the
mediosl profession, In a few days
probably he will have fully recovered.
The Allan steamship Caspian from
Baltimore for Liverpool had a narrow
escape from destruction entering the
harbor at Halifax. She struck thrice
on a mck, tilled with water and was
nearly sinking when reaching, the dock.
Th* Toronto Mail again calls at-
tenlion to the remardable .growth of
the French population along the north
shore section of the Canadian Pacific,
in many eases being in a majority,
when a few yean ago there were none
stall.
Mr. John S. Cog, who hu charge of
' the Royal Oity Planing Mills boarding
house, to-day banded $15 Into the
Bakk of British Columbia for transmission to the Nanaimo fond. Thii
brings Westminster's contribution up
to 19006.
A gentlemen whohu resided for
some time in thii district attended
some) agricultural ehowi at Chicago last
fall nd earn: " The farm produce exhibited there actually looked ridiculous
to bm after having seen the exhibition
in British Columbia.''
Th* grots earnings ol the Canadian
Pacific fer April were 1860,300, ahow
ing a net profit of 1234.456 compared
wflh 1*7,702 in April tut year. For
Ih* fonr months ending April th* net
profits wm 1280,403 compared with
1608,002 In the same period lut year.
Th* CWuwWan, * short time ago,
advocated brevity in tha names of Sevan! phot, in the province. Thl idea
wat *io*ll*nt. We not* that that
joentwl no* write! the Royal City
TVWtwamlavter." We follow suit, tho
Mow WM Wstfiuous.—Victeria Times.
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IliiBij the whole system.
ItraTworm BsUrmleator delves rest to the nf-
fWOnty-fiv* oente to
An intelligent compositor yesterday made us to say that the
switch being laid down through the
R. C. P. Mills was for convenience
in handling lumber for the
fresh fish trade. Tho word "and"
should have appeared after Ihe word
" lumber."
S. J. Taylor, New York artist of
Puck, and Julian Ralph, of the New
York Sun, have left for Winnipeg and
British Columbia. They intend tn
sketch with pen and pencil as they
journey by the way, their articles appearing in Harper'* nml a circle uf associated journals in the United States.
A despatch from Ottawa to tlio
Colonial says: "Mr. Mara's bill incorporating tho Vpper Columbia Railway
Company, passed conditionally on consent of tho Canadiar. Pacific railway.
The supplementary estimates will be
brought down this week. A harbor
appropriation for Victoria is almost
certain.
Too mueh importance can hardly bo
attached to the beginaing made last
season in commercial relations between
Canada and Japan. The fact is well
brought out by the British consul at
Hyogo, in Japan, who points out, as
an interesting feature of lost year's
trade, that there has cono either in
sailing vessels from Hyogo, or in
steamers from thenco to Yokohama for
trans-shipment there into sailing1 vessels bound for Port Moody, tea to the
amount of 83,980,000 lbs., to tho Pacific terminus of the C.P.R., for transit by that line to tho eastern parts of
the Dominion, or to the United States.
—Canada Gazette.
G. A. Dixon, Frankville, Ont., says:
" I wu cured of chrouio bronchitis, that
troubled me for seventeen years, by the
use of Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil." .See
that the signature of Northrop k Lyman
is on the back of the wrapper, and you
will get the genuine Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil.
B. C. G. A.—The artillery will parade at the Drill Shed on Friday ovon-
ing, the 10th inst., to make arrangements for the jubilee colebration.   Ry
order.
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Thk Statutes.—We havo received
from the provincial government printing office a bound copy of the provincial statutes for 1887, The volume is
printed and bound in first-class style,
as the British Columbia statutes always
Oil Strike.—The employees ot the
Hastings, Moodyville, Leamy & Kyle,
and Royal City Mills of Vancouver,
went on strike yesterday morning lor
shorter hours. Heretofore the men
have been obliged to work 1U hours.
Now they demand 10 hours work at
the former rate of wag is.*
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CaUNOR OF Date.—The fancy ball
in connection with tho jubilee celebration in this city .will be held on Wednesday night, instead of Tuesday ns
announced yestorday. The bazaar advertised for Wednesday will, consequently, be held on Tuesday instead of
Wednesday (at the Drill Shed),and the
conversazione will take place Tuesday
night. _.	
Another Dabt.— We huu received
several numbers of tluT*»ran<:ouvor
Batti/ iftwtinjl Herald, published, we
believe, under tho management
of Mr. Brown, who established
the Weekly Herald over a year ago.
The new daily is well printed, carefully edited, and is a credit to its management. We have very much pleasure
in placing it on our exchange list.
StcbdvFisbekjiek.—The first parly
of Norwegian fishermen and farmers
which left Liverpool for Valdez Island,
British Columbia, took their salmon
and herring nets with them. Sevoral
of them are fish-curers, who will enter
at onoe into tho smoked salmon and
kippered herring trade. After building houses these forerunners will be
joinod by their families and a large
party of friends in August next.,—London Canadian Gazette.
Rapid Tiiaxht.—The mail str.
Rithet arrived from Victoria at 7:12
lut night. This steamer receives a
subsidy of about $8000 n year to esrry
the mail, between Viotoria and Westminster, a distance of 70 miles, and
she makes ihe trip in 12 hours. The
Dominion government had better subsidise a good fat mud turtle to assist
the mail steamer. Asa contrast, the
steamer running between Victoria and
Vancouver, a longer distance, mikei
the trip in leu than 0 hours I
Akthhactm Coa, nu»i Banff.—
Hon. Senator Thorp, of Wisconsin,
vice-president of the Banff Coal Co.,
when in Ottawa last week said that his
company would commence to ship in a
few day. to British Columbia and Manitoba at the rate of 500 tuns a day.
Shipping would have commenced
earlier had not the men boen employed
for the lut two weeks in miking air
shafts and taking other precautionary
meuurn for th* safoty of the miners.
One hundred and twenty men are now
employed.
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Examinations.—Tho annual midsummer examinations are being held
in the public school. The senior nnd
junior girls' elassea. were examined
this morning and afterwards dismissed
for vacation. To-morrow the senior,
junior, and primary boys' classes wilt
be heard. On Saturday the pupils of
the High School will be examined.
Among those present at this morning's
examination wen Mr. T. J. Trapp,
secretary of tho school board, Mr. and
Mrs. J. 8. Clute, Mrs. Edmonds, ond
Miu Taylor.	
Our DaraNuEH.—Hon. Mr. Abbott
in reply to Senator Macdonald, said:
"In answer to my honorable friend I
miy uy that thin hu been a proposal mad* br the Imperial government to furnish an armament at a cost
of £20,000 upon Canada providing the
works, ate. An officer hu been sent
out by the Imperial government to examine Ih* ground and to prepare plans
and report, and his report is understood to be before the Imperial govorn-
rtt but it hu not been recoived here,
and until then go further steps can b*
Drill Shed, To-Nioht.—Remember tho entertainment of the renowned
ventriloquist and' prostidigitatour,
King Kennedy, in tho Drill Shed tonight. The Brandon Times, speaking
of the entertainment iu that place,
says; "Tho entertainment given by
King Kennedy, illusionist and ventriloquist, in tho roller rink on Monday night, greatly excelled anything of
tho kind ever seen in this oity. Mr.
Kennedy, during the many years spent
in tho profession, has invented a large
number of illusions, perfectly escaping
detection. Among others ho showed
hat and watch tricks, magical wino and
water and an enormous appetite fur
paper, His raiding of scaled lotters
was excellent. His ventriloquism was
perfect and his command of his voiee
in throwing it downward to a distance,
nnd iu rapid changes of tone was astonishing. Throughout, the audience was
amused with humor and jokes in abundance, and ovory one wont away do
lighted with tho evening's amusement."
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Tue Fiiaser Mouth.--Replying to
a question put by Senator Mclnnes,
Hon Mr. Abbott, leador uf the sonate,
said "he regretted that ho was unable
to follow his honorable friend in the
details of tho work whioh he thinks
should bo done iu the Fraser river,
but he was able to assure him that the
government takos a great interest in
improving this navigation, and desires
to place it in the best possiblo form,
for tho access of ocoan vessels. During tho past year the works for improving the navigation of the Fraser
wore commenced, and a sum has been
placed in the estimates for continuing
tho work during the next fiscal yoar.
It is quite truo a small sum has been
appropriated for the improvement of
tho Fraser mouth, and we are all duly
thankful because a commencement has
been made; but it will take probably
five or six years at this rate to make
tho river safe for deep draught vessels.
It is a pity the Dominion government
could not bo prevailed upon to do the
work in ono or two years.
Mr. Geo. Tolon, drugglBt.Qravenhurst,
Ont., writes: "My customers who have
ubciI Northrop k Lyman's Vegotable Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure says that it
has done them more good than anything
they have over used. It has indeed a
wonderful influence in purifying the blood
and curing diseases of the Digestive
Organ, the Liver; Kidneys, and all disorders of the systom.
Personal.
D. J. McDonald,' of Vnncouvor, is
in the eity.
W. M. Cochrane wont over to Vancouver to-day.
'   Dr. Trew returned from Victoria today via Vancouver.
L. P. Eckstein came in on the train
from Vuncouvor to-day.
John Armstrong, of Mud Bay, arrived in the city to-day.
Asst.-Supt. Downie, of the C.P.R.,
cimo over from Vancouver by the noon
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Miss Mamie Defieck returned on
tho Rithet last night from Viotoria,
wher j she has been visiting.
In addition to the names givon last
night, Miss Rand took part in tho Y.
M.C.A. concert at Vancouver.
Simeon Lciser, of Victoria, came up
nn tho Rithet last night. After doing
tho city lit left for Vancouver by this
afternoon's stage.
H. A. Muini, formerly attached to
the Daily Columbian staff, arrived in
tho city to-duy by way of Vancouver.
He received a cordial welcome from
many friends.
L. M. Taylor has resigned his position ns foreman in tho Royal City
Mills at Vanoouver and accepted a
similar one with the Sereia Lumber
Co at Rod Bluffs, Cal. Mr. Taylor
left to-duy by way of Victoria.
Harrison Hot Springs.
Dr. A. W. McSwain, who recently
arrived in Victoria from a visit to tho
Harrison Hot Springs, gives the following account of his trip:
The doctor got off at Agasshs station
on tho return and tank the stage lor
Harrison Hot Springs, situated five
miles from tho station. The psuen
gors were landed at a large, well-built,
enzy hotol, and on entering the doctor
was surprised to find suoh a hand-
somoly furnished and well-equipped
house. The dining-room is, he thinks,
the finest on tho coast, while the hotel
is tilled with every comfort and eon-
venienco that oould be required. For
invalids, a number of rooms are
specially prepared and the hot spring
water has been introduced into the
rooms, so that those desiring to do so
may have private baths. Tho hotel is
surrounded with verandahs and the
grounds aro woll laid nut The baths
are about four hundred yards from the
house, whereas nt Banff they are three
miles from the hotel and an ascent of
1800 feet hss to be made. The rooms
instead of being numbered aro called
by the names of cities. The doctor
wss in Paris, while Hon. F. J. Barnard was in London. Jos Spratt wu
in New York and Judge Oray at Berlin, though bis lordship afterwards secured the bridal chamber and generally
enjoyed the best to be had. The
temperature during 24 hours does not
vary more than 20 - ; the water of the
springs is always 100 °, while thst of
Banff is 115 s, and the eurali.e properties of Harrison springs are attested
to by all who have tried them. The
dootor states-that he was much benefit;
ted by them. The surroundings of the
lake and river, mountain and prairie
are lorely, grand and "pleasing, moro
.of a soothing character than tho awe-
inspiring mountains nf Banff. All
things taken into consideration, the
doctor considers that Harrison springs
are ot a more plouurable and healthy
character than thoir Rocky mountain
rival and u a resort for invalids there
is no comparison. Messrs. Brown, the
proprietors, deserve greet credit for
their enterprise, which no doubt will
soon be amply rewarded. When the
government Bind is built there will b*
a pleasant drive from the station. A
steamer is being built to carry visitors
up and down tho lake and river, while
th* waters and woods furnish grand
sporting ground,
0. P. R. Bates.
A very largo reduction has been
made in C. P. R. freight rates from
Winnipeg to Westminster, Vanoouver
and Victoria, as will be seen by the
following figures, which are arranged
to class, from 1 to 10 (omitting classes
8 and 0, for which no rate is quoted):
Old: t8.M; 8,04; 2.60; 2.15; 1.00; 1.90; 1.40; 1.08
NEW: IU; 1.70; l.H; 1.27; 1.00; .18; .01; .70
J. H. Earl, West Shefford, F.Q.,
writes: " I havo been troubled with liver
complaint for several years, and have
tried different medicines with little or
no benefit, until I tried Dr. Thomas'
Electric Cil, which gave me immediate
relief, and I would say that I have used
it since with the best effect. No one
should be without lt. I have tried lt on
my horse In coses of cuts, wounds, etc.,
and I think it equally as good for horse
as for man."
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From Surrey.
(Oonwpondeaoeof the Columbian.)
This "Surrey of Ours" still looms
up. Another family by the name of
Appoll has arrived at Clover Valley.
They come from Austria and are living
with Anton Appoll. Last week Mr.
Huck received 9300 of back pension,
and also 08 a month as long as he
lives, he being an old soldier. Mr. B.
Smith hu gone down the sound where
he is going to work for the summer.
Mr. ThoniM Pioksrd is building a fine
hnve house. Bachelors don't generally
build largo houses for their own simple
wants and it is suspected there will be
a "happy event" to record after a
while. Mr. W. R. Brown has purchased a good double buggy. Mrs. R.
Johnson is having a first-class dairy
built. Mr.. J. T. Morton iB able to be
around again, Miss Jessie Murehison
has gone to visit friends in Viotoria
and Nanaimo. ' '
Tax Proper Channel for the escape
from tho system of Impurities which
would, if they' remained, nelson the
blood, is through the bowels. When
the outlet is obstructed it may be disencumbered with Northrop ft Lyman's
Vegetable Discovery and Dlspeptio Cure,
a remedy which regulates the system,
invigorates digestion, and is pure and
safe as well as effective. It eures all
diseases arising from Impure blood,
The Great French Remedy, Dr. Le-
Duo's Periodical Pills. These Fills are
compounded from the purest drugs, and
from those only which are known to act
upon the Generative. Organs in Females.
They are first enclosed in an air-tight
capsule, and by this means made to retain their full strength tor years in any
climate. Ask us for private circular.
A. M. Herrino ft D. S. Curtis ft Co.,
New Westminster; T. McNeeley, Ladner's Landing; fl, McDowell ft Co., Vanoouver; Pimbury & Co., Nanaimo; T.
Plckard, Denmsn Island; A. It. Johnson
ft Co., Chemahrus; R. B. Richardson
Cowichan; W. E. McCartney ft Bro.,
Vancouver and Kamloops; Hastings Saw
Mill Co., Vanoouver; Tre Vancouver
Drue Co., Vancouver; J. E. Lovell, Yale;
W. 5. Megaw, Priest Valley; B. Clark
ft Co., Kamloops; Lanoley ft Co.,
wholesale agents, Viotoria.    dwse28yl
TENDERS.
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
the undersigned nt Viotoria until 10
o'clock a, m. of M«aday, Jue Hit, tor
the erection of a BRICK and STONE
BUILDING to be occupied by the Bank of
B. C. at New Wentintniler. Tenders may
be handed II, V, EdmondH. Est., New
Westmlniter, where the pinna may now
be seen. Plans can also w seen nt my
office, Victoria.
The owner reserves the tight to reject
any or all tenders.
djestd .       E.H. FISHER, Architect.
1TOTIOE.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll 60 days after dale I, Hem y Kilos. Intend to apply lo tlio chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works to purchase 420 acres
of lam1, more or lesi, on Texada Island,
New Westminster Dlstilot, desorlbed as
follows:
Commencing ni the N.E. eornerof the
N.W. Mot See. 8; thence East 40 chains;
thenoe South ISO ehalus, more or lew, to
shore line; thence along shote line in a
Northwesterly direction to the Intersection of the South line of Sec. 8; thenee
East 1 chain, more or loss; thence North
to place of beglunlng-^bolng the East half
of Sections 8 and H, Texada Island.
dje0m2 HENRY KLING.
(Geo. H. Granti Co.)
IMPOIIEM MID DUIHI IH    ■
Boots Shoes!
Ladies' & Bents' fine Shoes
A   SPECIALTY.
rubbeiTgoods
ALWAYS IM STOCK.
Opposite Kink B.C.,  ColisabU'L
NBW WESTMINSTER, B. 0,
ronlerakrll.ll pmaptly all«n««l le.
dwJeOte
For Sale or Lease.
4 FARM CONTAINING! 8*3 ACRES-
A portly Improved, Situated on the
North Arm. Fraser River, about • miles
(ram New Westminster and eboutlmllea
from Vancouver. For particulars apply
to JAMBS MILLER. See Island, North
Arm, or to JOHN 8PROTT, Immigration
Aient, New Westminster.       dwjilml
Estate of Kelly Bros.
TMEJOTICE,
Henry V, Edmonds Is alone authorised
toy us to receive payment thereof and to
Kve receipt, for same.
', dr. SIMPSON,
Asslm.es at'Estate ot KellyBros,
Change of Name.
1IHE UNDERSIGNED FIRM DOING
business. In Boots and Shoes on Columbia Street will hereafter bo known as
"Ureal * Shelve."
GEO. H. GRANT * CO.,
June Slli, 1887.          New Westnilnsl er.
 djenwl	
Card of Thanks.
THE UNDERSIGNED WISHES PUB-
llcly to thank the Hyaok Fire Go.
nnd (lie citizens who so promptly responded to tho alarm on Tuesday evening and
enme to assist In suppressing the Are at
the Methodist Parsonage, Fortunately
the Are was discovered early, nnd the
work of extinguishing It was easily accomplished, hut this does not lessen the
obligation of the undersigned or dot met
from the heartiness of his thanks.
V- WATSON.
Westminster, June D, 1887. dJelitS
B. C. Penitentiary!
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
the undersigned until 12 o'clock noon
ou Monday. June 27th, 1887, for supplying
tho Penitentiary from July 1st, 1887. to
Juno 00th, 1888, with thefollowlngartlc.es:
1. Coal—Wellington screened.
2. Beef.
3. Bread—while nnd brown.
4. Salmon [rodj, fresh nnd salt,
fi. Groceries.
0. Blankets rwhlto,4-pt.], per pair,
7. Flour—best-brand In market.
8. Lent her nnd Findings for Shoe Slap,
detaUed lists of which ean be obtained on
application nt the Penitentiary.
Neither the lowest or nny tender necessarily accepted.
Se-mples may bo seen and Ida ik forms
of tender obtained on application to the
accountant at the Penitentiary.
No tender will be considered unless on
these blank forms.
Imperial weights and measures n ; tired. AU articles supplied to be of the uest
quality.
fSlgnedl,     ARTHUR H. MoBRIDE,
Warden.
June 8th, 1887. ilJeOkl
PROGRAMME
CELEBRATION
NEW WESTMIN8TER
JUNK Htll Is lain, 1881.
Opening of the Park.
Royal Artillery Salute.
Torcbl tent Procession
Horse, Boat & Canoe Racing.
dames and Sports.
 City Band,
sWThe various Committees, will spare
no pains to make tho Celebration a sue-
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D.S,sjl«II8, K. niCKIKSOSI,
,   llon.-Str. Mayer.
HORSE RACING, 14th JUNE, 9 A.M.
COMMtrrEK-H. Elliott, D. MePhndcn,
I. Puneli, A. G. Gamble, W. Moresby.
1st Raco-opeu to nil eomcrs-cnteh
weights. Entrance tee 15 per cent. Hnlf
mile lieats, best 2 In .1. First prise fJOO
with entrance nildeil; Second horse saves
entrance.        ,<   wc, t oitpr m
2nd Race-Runnlng-open to nil local
horses. Entrance fee 10 per cent. Halt
mile race, best 2 Inn. First prise 875; Sec*
ond horse saves entrance,
8nl Race—Running-open to common
saddle horses. Entrance fee 10 per cent.
Hall mile heals, best 2 in j. One prllells.
(Judges todetorinlno which are common
saddlenorses).
4th Raoe—Running-Indian ponies. Entrance fee tl. Hair mile race, best 2 in 8.
First piixe $10, Second gi.   .
Thiee horses to enter nnd two homes to
start lu eaoh race. Decision of Committee
to bo flnat.
All entries for races, except race No. 4,
to be mode (before 12 noon to D. MoFhad-
en) on Monday 18th Inst
Horses for first race to be on tlio ground
at 0 a. m. sharp. Fifteen minutes to be
allowed between each heat.
BOAT ANB CANOE RACING.
Co»iiiTrBK.-Alex. Ewon, J. A. Lnldlaw,
Wm. Johnson, Capt. A. Oram, Wm. Vlan-
on,J. E. Insloy.
Sailing race for opeu bonte not to oaoeed
30ft. In length, 9 boats to start. Entrance
fee 15.00.  First prise 580.00; Second 820.C).
Balling race to begin nt 2 p, m. Uth of
June.
Four Oared Qlg Race, open tool! comers,
with or without outriggers or sliding scan.
Entrance 12.50. First prise 110.(1; Second
810.00. To be rowed on the 14th of June at
4 p. m. 	
Fiahlng Skiff Race.
Two pair sculls (white men) open lo all
coiners. Entrance 11.00. First prise 112.-
50: Second 910.00. To bo rowed on the 14th
of June.
Boys Racc-(white) undor 18 years, two
pair ecu 11*. First prize I7.C0; Second 12.50.
To be rowed on the Mill of June.
Indian Canoe ltocc-115 In each canoe).
First prize I30.C), second prize 17.50.
Indian Canoe Race-(11 men In each
canoe). First prise 122.00, second 15.50.
Indian Canoe Raco-(2 men In each
canoe).  First prise MOO.
Indian races to commence on the 15th of
June, at 8 p.m.
Single Scull Race, open to all comers.
Prise 15.01). To bo rowed on tho lfith of
June.
Decision of Comtnltlce'to be final. Three
bouts, skins or ouuoes to enter.
HAHES ANB SPORTS.
Cnmnn-L, if. Bonson, F. Clinton,
W. 3. Oorbetl, W. Ross, P. Grant, T. Mow'
att, F. Crake, J. Sprott.
TO COHHKNeR 10 A. X„ IST1I JOKE.
400-yard Race. Entrance fee 11.00, First
prue 110; Second T5.00
lOyerd Race. Entrance feo 11.00. First
prise MCI: Second 14.(1
Hurdle Race [5 hurdles]. Entrance fee
11.00.  First prize 110.00; Becond S1.00,
Running Ixnig Jump. Entrance 50 els,
First prise II.<); Second I2.C0.
Standing Long Jump. Entrance 50 ets.
First prise (U»; Second DM.
Running High Loop. Entrance fiOols.
wJ_tJ'_r.l!!5.' 4c.S_Sof.l!na WOO; Third Ihpo.
  op, Blep dL _
Mete.  First prise t4.M; Second WOO.
Vaulting..Entrance Mots. First prize
mm Second H; ThW 12.00.
Three-legged Raoe. Hntraneo 50 els.
First prise (5.(3; Second 12.50.
Wheeltarrowllaco. First prise «M»i
Second 12.60. Entrance free.
Sack Race. First prise (5.00; Becond 12.-
M. Entrance free.
Boys Raoe fonder lSyearsl.  Entrance
tree. First prize 18.00; Seeonii n.rj.
.Tug of War-Between  Artillery and
Rifles. Prlso|l5.().
rint prise i .u; Hcconil 12.00; Third 11.00.
Running Hop, Step and Leap.   Entrance 60 iln. First prize 14.(0; Second 12.00
Standing Hop, slop 4 Leap. Entrance
TORCHUOBT   PROCESSION
In Canoes and Boats on Frusor River on
tho evening of the 14th.
In the DRILL 8HBD nn Wednesday Evening, 15th inst.
„»jrEtourslon Rates on Steamers and
Railways-Round Trip Tickets, One Fare.
D. DRYSDALE & CO.
IMPORTERS, JOBBERS A DEALERS IN
s.
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, LINNOLEUMS
House Furnishing Goods.
Men's, Youth's & Boys' Clothing,
Underwear. Shirts. Collars*
Ties. Socks. Hats & Caps.
We always carry a VERY LARGE STOCK to select from
and give a GOOD ARTICLE at REASONABLE RATES.
D. DRYSDALE & CO.,
<lwjo7tc 73 Columbia St., New Weitminster.
European Spring Fashions
JUBILEE YEAR 1887.
Just received in our Millinery and Dress
Department, the Newest Designs from London Direct, consisting of
NOVELTIES IN HATS.
The Battenberg, Lady Churchill, Queen's Jubilee, Norfolk, Chandos,
Rutland, Suffield, Pagoda, Marchioness, Ellen Tejry, Purl, new
and striking Sailor Hats and Boating, Picnic and Sun Hats in
numerous varieties.
ROBE COSTUMES.
Silks and Striped Satins. Aigrettes, Ornaments, Plumes and
Trimmings of all descriptions.
Great additions have been made td'eur^usuil4stavy Stock, in
every Department, including Men's Clothing and Fiitnisaw.''
JAMES ELLARD & CO.,
dwapeto
BRITISH BLUE MOnLED SOAP h--W
BRITISH BLUE MOTTLED SOAP h-"HS&««
QUEENS JUBILEE SOAP k—~**m «».
QUEEN'S JUBILEE SOAPbth,bMtfottlw ^hoid.
NO. I PALE YELLOW SOAP "v a™™
PENDRAY'S BORAX SOAP'" ,«*»..
PENDRAY'S ELECTRIC SOAP i,th° BMT m *.MAM*r
PENDRWS BARBER'S BAR SOAP
M"« only by PINDRAY A CO..
dwaiyWe BuatoMt Itnet. Tleurla, B. C,
LOT FOR SALE.
- OT II, BLOCK 7. COLUMBIA AND
J Front sis. Applr on tbe premises,
»— tlNr"""
JAS. KINNEY.
Cooper Stock.
HOTTER FIRKINS OP ALL SIZES
D (workmanship warranted); Flail Battels and half barrels. Any person- In
want of tbese goods Is Invited to call Ind
oiamlne tbe articles, shop, Front St,
neat to tbe Foundry,
dwjeswa JAS. KINNEY.
BeXJsVXarXsw
Transfer Gomp'y
HIW WUM1XSTKI, I. 0.
Btdd SUgi, limr ud IM BUUiii
.   HAOK~RATM.
From the Bland to any one point
south of Royal Avenue,e'cliperwra,!   25
From the Stand to any one point
within tbe eity limits, one person.,,    so
Eaeb additional person.     SS
To or (ram Steamer or Train-same
as above.
Driving by the hour-nrst hour,,..,.,., a lo
Followlnihoun-eaoh,..,.....  l to
Heok to Vancouver nnd Return 1000
"     Port Moody and Return........ TOO
M.M«s,MnMaliines.
djeoto T.l«phon.Cells-U*JJ.
Business Chance!
mHE PROPRIBTOR OF ONE OF THE
X leading Busmen Rouses and In the
lost btulnses part or thl. oily. t»lof about
lo vl.lt bU bora, abroad, oo baslnea,
offers for sale, his atook and Inlersston
fftr lermt-H eesb. down; balenoe on
time. Apply hthUOfflw.    ™ dJeTle
NOTICE.
T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT 1
JL Intend making application to (he
Oalaf Commissioner of Xands and Works
for permission to purchase two unaar-
vend Islands In the South arm of Fraser
lllver, lying lo the soutli ot loiSR Qroop
I, and containing 100 acres, more or less.
«    '. ,«ITE*HEN HINCHUFFE.
May «, 1887. dmylrnl
BAZAAR
DRILL 8HED
f 14th June, 1887.
y invited.
Basaar opens at II a, m.  At noon a
umaaMIfwIll be served In the HaUT
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