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British
NEW    WESTMINSTER, B. 0., SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 11, 1887.
HUMBER13G
AND   SEE!
V*f.    M.    HOLDEN.
XSSTGt     TAKEN     POSSESSION   OF
■Temperance Houee," fronting
mzxa.oln.eano Church Streets, oppunlte
ilacopal Cliurcti,  and  now Known
JRMERS' HOME!
ooommodate  tbe traveling; publlo
'ollo-wlxass' a-satess
t\ pear *3.tn,y.   ...... —»«..*................tl 00
e> Meals.. r.V.V.™."-.7.™™™V.V.V.     US
ood accomtnodatlon for JjestUesa and
»«*. my«to
*Tt*aTt9arm for male	
Mcdonough
[bom's Building, Front St.
nerly occupied by Kyle A Tllton),
NOW    READY
re bis customers and everybody
us good a> stock as a man wantu to
from.
_        Groceries.     PtovImIouk.
CslawwaMt Boots. ■*«.
e and see   tho   new place, and let na
irbat you. tltlefe of St.
sl9tc C.   MCDONOUGH.
ARLES   MURRAY,
(JI.ABK80N   STREET,
Keststry Offlee, Sew West'r.
i Sign aad Ornamental Painting,
HANCINC.  CtAZIHO. KALSOMIHINC, An.
W/VLL   PAPER.
largest assortment of "Wall Paper
Oltty- oomprlilnK newest patterns,
si ox* hand at bottom prices. Sam*
tn. view *t T. R- Pearson A Co.»«
Columbia Bt. Paper hsnstns nt
■lly low rates. daelSto
TJRBKRYMAN * DEALER UT
%  ana  Ornamental Trees,
LADNKIrs  Lawpino,   B. O.
; SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN-
>rm ttko people of Brltlnh Columbia
t« ha- established a Nursery at Lad-
X^*svn«linar/, and Is prepared to fill
dera for P*rult Trees. Ornamental
, Shrubbery. Vines. Small Fruits,
Crees imported or home grown to-
»gr to the wishes of enstomera. The
rtber   has   had a tborouxh practical
*»e7 xn. the business, ana bavins a
anent   stake   In  the country lt lal>j«
st to deal fairly with the publlo. Hs
rait anon tbe -various towns and aet-
•nU a&ortly, and all orders will have
neuur*  _*^i—-..__
lew Westminster
LRBLE WORKS
EB ABOVE! WORKS HAVE REEK
ipencKl lta tbe Butldlng formsrlr oo
<J   toy Mor.au the Barber.
Door W««t of Dickinson'* Bat-
enter Shop.
1   «.»»€»   inm&emt, onr work .nd obtain
B.
a»»-e   tha  only practical aiturHe Csst>
an ctae BsXsa.lxal.sad.
r«ay«j In stoelc tx stock! suMortmont of
HEADSTONES,
MANTLES. Ktc.
RUDGE & MONCK.
at.. April 18, 1887. <1 woplHte
ESTABLISHED   1859.
>BT. £>ICKINSON
BUTCHER,
•ly Opposite tbe Colonial Hotel,
liTEW   WESTMINSTER.
LABOE8T    ANX>    CHOICEST
it of .11 description, of
ATS   AND VEGETABLES
*ly on havnd, and supplied to {an.
.nrants, sand Steamboats at the
SWB8T   POSSIBLE   PRICKS.
nsr-czyaTxcJiEj.
■sts     Matter    «r Ike   Estate   or l»avld
fella, la«« «f I p|»<?r Maaai, dfcf iinl,
.r- PERSON INDEBTED TO THB
Kstat« of the late David Wella, must
Utme amount of aueh Indebtneas to me
lew Weatmlnster, B. C, forthwith.
all veraoni having claims asalnat
mid E&tate must send the same lu,
' proved, on or t-eforo 16th June next.
tod tl. Is loth April. A. IX. 1S87.
Lthlnm2wl " Administrator.
>TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
X havo mane application to the Chief
Lmlaaloiinr of Lancln and Worki for a
me to cut and carry away timber on
from the following; described land,
iter! at Howe Sound. New Westmin*
Dlatrlot:
mmenclng at n stake on the north
■e> of Thornborough Channel, north of
ra*« point on Oamblerlalnnu; thenoe
ra #*o ohalnti, wcit ao chains, Krmth to
ihore line* thence alonnr shore to place
onatnenoemont—containing about 900
m, more or less.
___ R. J. HICKMAN.
»w Weetmliuiter. May SB, 18bT.
tlinyseml
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A|marvel of
purity, strength and wholOBomenewi. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, mid
cannot be sold In competition with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Bold only In cans.
Royai. Baking Powwkr Co., loe Wall St.,
New York. 8fely
8
TO J.ET.
ROOMED HOUSE ON AGNES 8TIVT.
Ren t—S15 per mouth.  Apply to
(lmyllto HENRY V. EDMONDS.
Safe for Sale.
A NO.  10 TAYLOR'S   SAFE, in good
order;  21x28 Inches innltje; will be
sold cheap.   Apply at this office. dwfel2to
FOR   SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN the J.ANG-
ley Saw nnd Pinning Mill: mill In
good order. For particulars apply on the
promise* to H. WEST,
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JACKSON,
apl8te A HEI-.MCKBN, Victoria.
Farm for Sale.
CONSISTING OP TWO LOTS OP 155
and 100 acres (which will be sold together or separately); 8 miles from New
Westminster; flrst-cluss land; about 25
acres* dyked; balance Prairie nnd Bash;
will be sold nt a baiwitn.
Apply to C. G. MAJOR,
dwmh
New WeiimhiKter.
For Sale Cheap.
9.NE   12-HORSE-rOWBR   PORTABLE
1   Engine; one Screw-oultlng Engine;
the fis ins. mwlTsfth and a lot of Lathe
Tools; one American Drill [foot power,
geared]; ono Kyc'raulta Punch A Shears;
city.
 -"edj; on,         	
and a lot of other Tools.  Apply to
WALTER BLACKIE,
clwmyT7m2
For fiBetlo!
1SPAN DARK BAY MARES, I and 6
years old; good travellers; wont single
or double.
1 Mar Horse* 8 years old; works single oi
double; nice ladles* or gents' saddle hone;
very gentle.
1 9-sested Dnggy t * springs; nearly new.
Stoma of Timothy Day on North Arm,
Fraser river.
as bbls. aalt salmon. 8 halMiMi. talt
salmon Bellies.
Also—One aad one-ninth uteres! la
CIS, W.t.rCo»v.ny.       >. pR^0H_
New West. Nov. 11th, 18M.       uwnoMe
NOTICE.
WANTED TO  PURCHASE M OR 80
Cords o( No. 1 Alder Wood. Apply
to W. R. LEWIS,
dwmyl2ml Nov Westminster.
B. C. tfnmmntal Wnb
CHURCH    STREET.
pat re
ARHLK  AND GRANITE  WORK of
_   all kinds.    Call nnd tnspeot before
paTrotilxltiK Islund ciipllnl.   I leave my
work to speak for Itself.   N*. II.—N* sp*
prentlcrs employed. ■     .„_,__._
dwttplMc ALEX. HAMILTON.
asro^rxais.
NOTIOR TS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
o. T. Co»ovKit was this day elected
Manager of the Pioneer Lumber Co. (LI-
in Hod): and thnt Mr. Conover and he
only Im uuthorlKcd anil empowered to
traiiHuct business and sign for the Company.
For the I 'lONKKitLtTMHSR Co. (Limited),
0. T,
JOSEPH'
br Co. (Limited)
INOV
Treasurer.
Dated Tort Moody, B.C., June 8,1887.
dwJeSwl
tstotxcob.
Iss _•_">.  Matter of Ik. Estate •' J. E.
deceased iKlestalc.   .
A
IX, BUMS DUB THB  ESTATE OF
_   th. late J. B. Murne must be paid to
—j. undersigned forthwith; and all per.
■on. having claims against the said K*.
tat. moat send In their accounts, duly
verified, to the undersigned at New West.
minster, on or before the 7th day of July,
A. D. 1887.
Dnted nt NewWosttnlnstertho2Bth May,
A. D. 1887. JOHN ELLWO0D,
dmy26lc Administrator.
Wood and Goal.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS ON HANI) A
large quantity of
REST \VELU\GT0!. LUMP COAl
And nn assortment of
CORD WOOD,
Whioh he will sell at lowest rates.  He
will nlao promptly attend to all kinds of
Order, left nt Mr. MoCoM'sstonon Columbia street, or nt my li.tuse, Douglas
street, will meet with prompt attention.
HENRY KTAIOl
New Wc.tmln.tor B, C. Ill
irtilj) gbittfilt Columbian
sst.rd.jr Evening, Jul II, I8SI.
Extradition wllh Canada,
Sir John Macdonald is reported
as saving, "Canada is desirous of
the wideit possible extradition
treaty between England and the
United States." The best sentiment of this country is certainly
desirous of suoh a consummation.
Her Majesty's Dominion of Canada
is easily reached from the United
States, and has become a refuge for
its scoundrels.    The evil is one of
Sreat magnitude to bo.th countries,
ebauching the morals of the refuge
by the profligate expenditure of successful crime, and of the other by
the facility with which a class of
its most dangerous criminals escape
punishment. Negotiations for the
enlargement of the provisions of
the existing treaty of extradition
have been long pending, and their
completion is understood to be do
layad, as Sir John says, "by the refusal of the United States to insert
a clause for the extradition of dynamiters." It would be well to know
who it is that speaks on behalf of
the United States, There is no considerable body of our people that
justifies the destruction of property
and life by dynamite. Had Ouiteau
slain Garfield by a bomb instead of
a bullet there would have been no
more possibility of his acquittal on
plea of "political purpose." Murder
is just murder. Dynamite has not
yet been employed by any civilized
nation as an instrument of war, and
if it should be, the use of it by
individuals to destroy a hated politician would still remain murder in
law and morals. War supposes a
state of preparation and readiness
for reprisal between two parties.
The so-called political use of dynamite supposes neither one nor the
other, Tho essence of its supposed
value in politics lies in the inexpec-
tancy and unreadiness for reprisal
on the part of those against whom
it is used. And furthermore the
practice of war is to spare the lives
and, as far as compatible with necessity, the property of non-combatants. The practice of dynamiters
would be to destroy the lives and
property of non combatants mainly,
and this is and should be felony at
law, And, beyond all, the object of
war is to secure speedy peace. Peace
can not be secured by the assassination of any number of rulers. The
murder of Cesar did not end the
Roman empire, nor that of Nicholas
the empire of Russia. Ireland has
not been more mercifully governed
since Burke and Cavendish were
murdered in the Phenix Park; it
would not be better governed if
Victoria and Salisbury were slain
to-morrow. The Catholic religion
would not have been re-established
in England if Guy Fawkes' plot
had been successful. No great
change has ever been effected by an
armed conspiracy. This is why dynamiting is criminal—because it
does result in death and destruction,
and does not and can not result in
the amelioration of the condition of
those who resort to it. There is
good reason to believe that an enlargement of the provisions of the
extradition treaty would lead, among
other desirable things, to a friendly
feeling that might be of value in
adjusting some disturbed commercial relations.—Chicago Inter-Ocean.
0, A. Dixon, Frankville, Ont., says i
" I was oared of ohrouio bronchitis, that
troubled mo for seventeen years, by the
used Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil." See
that the signature ot Northrop k Lvmsn
is on ths back of the wrapper, and you
will got the genuine Dr. Thomas' Klec-
trio Oil.
(EoirtiTtnttiwttotuv.
A flood swmestlon.
Kditdh Columbian.—Many of the
people hero seem to thluk that British
Columbia is a land of perpetual snow,
and I am sometimes asked If any farm
produots can be raised there stall,
Wouldn't it be a good thing if some person in Wostminster would collect some
fair samples ot the produots of British
Columbia farms and forward thorn to
this oity, where they might be put on
exhibition at the offloe of the Canadian
Pacific Hallway t The agent of the C. F.
It. says he would be very glad to exhibit
those things. I would suggest that samples be also sent to the C.P.R. offloe in
Chicago, as all the othor railways in that
oity have on exhibition samples cf the
produots of farms along their lines.—
Yours, *c.
R. Younans.
Portland, Or., June 5:1887.
J. H. Bar), West Slisubrd, F.Q.,
writes: "I have been troubled with liver
complaint for several yean, and have
tried different medicines with little or
no benefit, until I tried Dr. Thomas'
Eleotrio Cil, whioh gave me Immediate
relief, snd I would say that I have used
It since with the best effect. No one
should be without it. I have tried tt on
my horse In oases cf cuts, wounds, oto.,
and I think It equally as good for horse
as for man,"
THE NEWS.
Tbe C.P.R. Will fllve np Their
Proposed Pacific Line or
steamers ir Manitoba
Persists in Building
ihe Line to the
Boundary.
The Pope's dirt to the Qneen-Llber.
ties or Parllament-The Emigration Question - Irish
Evictions.
Big Fire In New York-Famine 11
Asia.
OTHE* tTEm OF IHTIIIUT.
By Associated Press. ' '  .
FBK KUIF.R'S PASSES<!EI1S.
San huncixco, Juno 10.— Passengers for Victoria per str. Elder:
Miss M. Doyle, Mrs. A. C. West, Miss
K. MoNaught, Mrs. Devoe and nurse,
R. Nuttall, wlfo and daughter, G.
Denny, Mrs. Jonoa, J. W. Jones and
niece, Mrs. W. Boyd, A. E. Griffith
and wife, Miss Bertha Gray, 8. R,
Roster, A. Adal, C. Fulton, Miss A.
Gilbert, Miss Urugood,MissRonnodsy,
W. H. Mead, A. B. Shebods, H. 0.
Loug, J. Lach and wife, Miss Bland,
W. Alexander, B. J. Simons, N. Mer-
rian, P. S. Leach, W. 0. Smith, Mrs.
J. E. Scabs, A. E. Shunate, 0. P.
Latso, E. Kelly, W. Kelly, 0. Kelly.
THE UAOIS.
London, June 10,—This was the
last day of the Ascot Heath race meeting. The races for Hsrdwioke stakes,
two thousand, won by Ormand; Minting second, Bennego third.' Four
starters.
LIBERTIES OF PARLIAMENT.
London, June 10.—The Pall Mall
Gazette in an article on tho action of
Hon. W, H. Smith, government leader,
giving notice that ho would to-day
move that the committee name a time
when they would report the Irish
oiiraes amendment bill to the house,
urges every English and Irish member
of parliament who opposed Smith's
proposal, from Mr. Gladstone downwards, to got themselves suspended
rather than tamely acquiesce in Smith's
monstrous encroachment on the
liberties of parliament.
TEE EMIGRATION QUESTION.
New York, June lO.-Caunsel for
Inman Steamship Co. applied to-day
to U. S. district court for a writ of
habeas corpus in the case of the seventy Irish emigrant, whose .return .to
Ireland on the Oity of Chester tomorrow has been ordsred by the emigrant commissioners. Arguments will
bo hoard on Tuesday. 2728 emigrants
were lauded at Oastle Garden to-day.
Tho New York rule is to hold sll children under 10 years of age unaccompanied by proper guardians went into
effect this morning. Several boys
were found to be alone and they were
held for investigation.
FAMINE.
London, June 10.—A famine is imminent in tho city of Meshed and
through the whole province of Khoras-
aan. The Russians are trying to prevent the peoplo from emigrating to the
trans-Caspian territories.
the w. v. FIRE.
PiTTSBt'Rii, June 10.—The telephone
wires shared tho same fate as the telegraph wires. The Western Union &
Telephone Co. will not be iu a condition to do business for at least ten
days. The Western Union Co. immediately transferred its business to the
Mutual Union wires und is gradually
getting into working condition. Only
the two upper floors of the building,
whioh belongs to the First Notional
Bank and is one of the finest in the
city, were burned. The direct loss
will not fall undor a hundred thousand
dollars, but the indirect loss will aggregate a much larger amount.
THE TOPE'S (IIFT TO THE Ol'EEN.
Rome, June 10.—The pope's gift to
Queon Victoria on the occasion of her
jubilee consists of a Mosaic reproduction of Raphael's frescoo, representing
an allegorical figure of Pity. The
work was executed at the Vatican.
Monsignor Scellar will convey tho gift
to England nnd ho will be accompanied
by Fathers Zcalesca nnd Levi, two
young priests of tho occlesiastical academy, whom the pope will, in honor
of the occasion, create bishops.
SHIPPING ITEMS.
San Francisco, June 10.—Arrived,
str. State of California, from Astoria;
ship Sudran, from Port Townsond.
Sailod, str. Geo. W. Eldor, for Viotoria; str. Columbia, for Portland;
ship American Gibson, for Port Town-
send.
MERCURIAL POISON TOR INSECTS.
San Francisco, Juno 10.—Dr. J.
T. Bnnor, formerly in the treasury in
this city, and now a rosidont of Na]<:t,
renews his olaim for efficacy of his
mercurial remedy for vineyards infested with phylloxira. He writes to
Ohiof Horticultural Ollioor Wheeler as
follows: "I planted five hundred Zin-
fandol cuttings in tho very worst infected spot of the vineyard, nnd when
the phylloxira had destroyed every
vine I put half an ounce of mercury, finely divided, in every hole
around the cuttings. I took off tbe
dead Zinfandol vinos and in their
?laces planted fresh cuttings. To-day
looked at these Zinfandol vines, I
found that some of them had died like
other cuttings will do even when taken
from th. healthy vines; but at least
85 per cent, are doing well and are full
of bunches of grapes. For myself I
have not the least interest in either
the success or failure of the mercury
remedy, as I am out of the business
altogether." Planting with quicksilver
will be examined and tests carried on
to give the remedy a fair trial,    >
NO fXNDXES.
Washington, June 10.—Th. back'
wardness of ship builders in applying
for information as to the plans and
specifications for the new navy oruUers
is causing considerable apprehension
among the navy officers, and it ia Inured that the next bid to be opened Aug.
1st will be very small.   Thus far then
hu been but one inquiry for inform.'
tion about the plans for ninetnn knot
cruisers, that of the the Union Work.
of San Francisco, and a full set of
drawings and specifications hav. been
mailed to them,   They were notoer-
tain, however, that they will submit
bid until they hav. examined  the
plans in details.   Not an  inquiry has '
yet been received as to th. B.wwk.
Two seventeen hundred Ion gunboats
will probably b. eonatriieted by Craaop,
& Son of Philadelphia.   Tb. nsaona,
for th. backwardness on the part of'
bidders is ascribed to the rapidly increasing oost of material.
i   A bio fire.
Niw Yojuc, June 11.—The immense
sugar refinery of the Haveymer Sugar
Refinery Co., In  Williamsburg, new
Gnenpoiut, was bumsd at three this
morning.  The fin extended to the Devoe Oil Works and destroyed everything
and nextleapedto the stables of the '
Union Cross Town Railroad Co. which i
were burned.   Beeve t Parkin's lumber
yard, next the refinery, also bumsd, and
the wharves fell In,   It ia not known
whethor any lives are lost.   Ten men of
the night force an missing.   Th. fin extended along the Hunter. Point Bridge,
whioh connected Oreenpoint with Long
Island   City,  across  Newton Creek.
Shortly after 3 o'clock the entin reserve
fores was called out  The building, of I
th. Brooklyn Cooperagt Co. md the j
Gleason Glass Works wen burning at S i
and the Locks Iron Works wen threatened.   It is impossible to estimate the
extent of' the loss, but It will exosed .'
million dollars, • ,   ■
WILL otvi up theik rnojaor.
New York, June 11.—A apeeial
from Montreal in refennco to th.
rumor that the North German Lloyd
Co. will shortly start a line of steam-
en from this point, says: Tan Home, '
general manager of the Oandian Pacific,
as intimated to the people of Manitoba that if they continue th. competing line to the Northern Psoifio, the
0. P. K will stop running the visssl.
they have oharterad on thePaciic.
Then seems to be a willingness on
the put of th. Canadian Pacific to allow the North German Lloyd,
or in fact any large carrier to supplant
them from . Viaouuver -to the
eastern hemisphere."     —rT; III
irish nvionoiis.
Dublin, June 11.—The evictions at
Bodyke wen further carried ont today.    The first house visited by the
evicting force wu that of Tisiothy
Collins, but u it wu announced that
the daughter of Collins lay dying the
work of evicting wu abandoned.   Thi,
evictors then proceeded to the house
of Michael O'Callaghan, whet. th«y
wen met with a terrible lasietanoe, -
Tho bailiff and polio, were deluged
with scalding water and meal.   CoL .
Turner, who wu in charge of evicting  .
party, employed Father Henian, who
was again in attendance, to endeavor
to persuade the people to oeue reals-
tance and thus pnvent bloodshed.
Father Henian then entered th. hovas
and the inmates ceased thtir attack on
the force, which entered and oarried
out the work of eviction. Five women .
who had been eitromely violent iu
their attack wen arrested.
' i
Cabinet BepresentatlM.
lEIUTua MsllMtl' PUA WTWHMMH.
In the sonate Hon. Mr. Mclnnes, of
New Westminster, enquired whether
it wu the intention of the govwnnwnt
to give to British Columbia and th.
prairie section of the Dominion npre-
sentation in the cabinet. In support
of his motion he said British Columbi.
was entitled to representation by the
amount contributed to the treasury,
by it. area and by its population,
which the hon. gentleman put at 78,-
000 exclusive of Indians.' There wen
now fifteen portfolios, yet not one of
them had been allotted to a rapreaen-
tative from that great country west of
Lake Superior, He believed that the
time had arrived when representation
should be given to British Columbia
and the Northwest Territorie. in the
cabinet
Hon. Mr. Power remarked that according to the figure, of th. honorable
gentleman from New Westminster
(Hon. Mr. Mclnnes), British Columbia wu entitled to two-third of a representative. This precious portion
oould not be well given; but he thought
that British Columbia might be allowed one of thou inferior ministers
proposed to be created, who would not
hold portfolios and whose salaries
would be about two-thirds that of a
full bloom minister.
Hon. Mr. Mark did not advocate
SKctionsl representation. H. believed
the best men should bo ehosen to the
Cabinet, no matter when they resided.
Hon. Mr. Abbott uid It wu impossible, and experience had proved
it inexpedient to adopt any
such harsh rule u th. selecting of
npretenntivu to the Cabin.*, by
num.riulpomil.tlon. However, ne
wu glad to hur from hi. Bon. friend
how th. western provisos, ware increasing in wealth and in population,
and hoped that th. tin. might soon
come when tney should have nprt-
aentativw in the' Cabinet from those
province*. He ventured to My thtt »
the matter would receive th. oanfri
consideration of his oolluguu, Ska
quutlon could not be answered, u it
wu a question asking what th. mem-
ben of the Privy Council propow to
adviuHtsExoellenoy to do. ...   j ,
Tha tabjeet wu dropped.
tv
■w  *.::   M to. Sails frttbh Columbian
•atattfkr ■vnsut, J«»e II, UN.
A New InanaWy.
Yesterday we furnished some par-
'tioulan respecting the experiments
just completed in this city by Mr.
Andrew Smith, and the satisfactory
results obtained. This enterprise,
whioh ia quite new in British Columbia, may, if 'developed, become a
very important factor in the future
progress of our province. The extent of its development can scarcely
be measured. There is no end of
fir wood in British Columbia, and,
therefore, the supply of crude material is practically inexhaustible.
Then, the parts of the fir trees that
are now considered worse than useless are the very parti most valuable
for thia new industry. Mr. Smith
affirms that the largest proportion
of oil and acid is obtained from the
roots and stumps and the branches.
The trunk Of the tree, valuable for
timber or firewood, yields comparatively little of the extracts. This
suggests a moat valuable means of
disposing of the immense fir stumps
which frequently form such a serious
obstacle in the way of clearing land.
If the process sought to be introduced by Mr. Smith proves to be as
useful as the circumstances seem to
indicate, we shall have people offering to take oat all the fir stumps by
the roote on condition that they may
be used for the preparation of pyro-
ligneous acid ana oreosetio oil By
means of thia1 process the entire
tree, from the extremity of its longest root to the tip of its highest
branch, may be converted into four
valuable article, of commerces-lumber, charcoai.oil, and acid. Let us see,
then, how these materials are to be
disposed ot" For' tke lumber there
is a steady ant) Increasing demand,
and as tho country becomes settled
up thia demand will be always in-
creuing. The export of lumber to
foreign port* this season hu already
bean very large, and the home
consumption haa, perhaps, never
before been equalled. Mr. Smith
mention* that the creosotio oil is
one of the brat preservatives for
timber, and that it has been largely
employed for rendering tie. and
piles indestructible. Now, one of
the greatest drawbacks in the maintenance of wharves on salt water
hu been the rapid destruction of
piles by the •etf-vrorm. These piles
have to be rtnewed every three or
four yean, at great cost and inconvenience. The process of impreg
nating them with thi* oil of fir is,
costly, but tbe regit*' li a substantial saving to any establishment
where permanence is desired. It
has been stated that the 0. P. R.
Co. is about to erect *everel miles of
wharves at Burr*rd Inlet If creo-
soted piles •were available for these
immense wharves, and for the
wharves of the inlet sawmills, the
saving to the« estabhsbmenta would
amount to a large earn. The same
may be said of railway ties, and of
timber used for many other purpose* where the conditions are such
as to invite rapid decay. The firm
of whioh Mr. Smith is a representative ha* been shipping considerable
2entities of the oil and acid to
lis coast for1 various uaes. Of
course a manufactory established on
the coast would have the advantage
of being on the ground and escaping
heavy transcontinental freight rate*.
In *o far a* the Japanese, China and
India trade i* aoneennd, we are
much more favorably situated for
securing it than the Wilmington
company. It is almost certain that
railway expansion in China and
Japan will be extensive and rapid
in the years trart are coming. The
demand for ereoeoted ties, bridge
timber, etc., in these countries may,
therefore, become very large, and
from thi* point that demand may be
met to advantage. Ship* coming
from China and Japan with mar-
chandlse for the eut will find here
return cargo** of ereoeoted tie*,
pile* and timber for the railway
work* acrou the Pacific. It is to
be hoped the expectations of Mr.
Smith respecting the value of British Columbia fir stomps and branches
may be fully reaHted, and that his
visit may resultiti, the establishment
of a new and permanent industry
in thii province, the capital required
seems to be modstata, with prospect* ot large profit*; and the operation* of the manufacturer will benefit tl» country not only In the or-
way, bnt consequentially by removing out of the w*r a considerable
quantity of material of which almost
every possess* of real estate is exceedingly anxtou* to get rid.
So far u our observation extendi,
the only papers that have approved
unconditionally of the bill of Senator
Mclnnes proposing to compel railway oompaniu to wsua passes to all
member* of parliament are the Ottawa Free Press and the Viotoria
Timet. The unity of sentiment on
the part of these two journal* ia
quite remarawaV indeed the vow
word* in which that sentiment ht
expressed ar« Identical, and one is
almost led to suspect that the Ottawa organ may have copied from
it* Victor!. ootBtnporaryl Ofoountr
it oould not be the other way on!
gasMs^-sBBgraeg^g^san     i|
Tfels eelas*. Is psslil for and conducted
«y a eeansme. »r Ik. Temperance Or-
ga.lt«le.s or Sew Westminster.
PaMlihM every 8.I.M.) In the Holly
t'ol.saU»..d f» tkr W«'K»'.
CsasasMutlM. t. lie Mlurrssi.il I.
•' BHs.rTsmpeft.ee Wins..."
REGULAR MEETINGS.
-Every Friday, 8 p.m., Orange
I.O.G.T.
Bull.
R.T.OIT.    	
of each month, 7:80p.m.,Forroster's Hal
W. 0. T. IT,—Second Wednesday of each
month, II p.m.,  basement of Baptist
Church.
-Second und fourth Wednesday
" --■       III.
A lady write*, "IwUttablsd to «.-
rNtov.lh.corn*, mot aid branch, by
th. as. of Holltrw»yl Corn Car*i*
Other* who hor* Med It har* tikt MkM
A Nova Scotlan Experiment.
Then has lately gone into operation
in the province of Nora Scotia a law
directed at the liquor traffic, which is
so interesting in its history and unique
in its character, as to deservo attention
from all who aro concerned about the
most vital questions of tho day.
Nova Scotia may be said to consist of
one city, Halifax, and a lot of surrounding country) and there has been
a striking contrast between the rate
of progress manifested by the rural
and urbsu portion o'f the community.
For while tbe former went ahead so
fut that in 14 out of the 18 comities no licenses could be obtained (in
Yarmouth oouoty licenses have been
unknown for forty years), the latter
continued to be the centre of a liquor
traffic that defied the utmost efforts of
the temperanco people to abate in any
appreciable degree.
Against this unpleasant state of attain th. temperance people of the cily
struggled long and hard, but all their
efforts at amendment were foiled by
the city Counoil, the majority of whose
members wen in the toils of the liquor
dealers. Finally they bethought
themselves cf the shrewd design of
calling the provincial legislature to
their aid, and, abetted by the rural
representatives, who were almost to a
man on the side of temperance, got
ting a law passed that would put into
their hands the power of doing with
the liquor traffic pretty much as thoy
pleased, Tho law would, of course,
be made applicable to the whole province, but its nsl raison d'etre and object would be the city of Halifax.
"Ah act respecting the sale of intoxicating liquon " was introduced in the
'legislature at the session of 1886, and
passed with hardly a modification, do-
spite the opposition of the Halifax
members and of a very largo and in-
tlnentia! portion of its inhabitants,
who expreued their disapproval in
spoeohes by the hour and petitions by
the yard, which were alike disregarded.
This statute is not a prohibitory, but
a licensing act, and the fulfilment of
its provisions is chiefly in the hands of
inspectors, who—significant clause!—
"must be members in good standing of
some recognised temperanco organisation within tho district" over which
thoy have jurisdiction. Three kinds
of licensee aro granted, viz., hotel,
shop, and wholesale licenses, with foos
respectively of SliiO, 8100 und 8300.
Under the hotel liconse liquor can bo
sold in quantities not exceeding one
quart, to bona .fide guests, to be used
at their meals or in their rooms, aud
hot otherwise. The shop license authorizes the sale of liquon, not to be
drunk in or upon the premises, .in
quantities not less than one pint nor
pore than two gallons. The wholesale license authorizes the holder to
sell in quantities not les3 than ono
octavo, or one dozen quart bottles.
From the foregoing it will be Been at a
glance that the institution of "bars,"
and with it the hateful practice of
"treating," whioh on this side uf tlio
Atlantic constitutes the special evil of
tho liquor busineu; are swept away at
one fell blow.   -
But these are not tho only restrictions in this act. To obtain a license
a petition to that effect must be presented, accompanied by a certificate
signed by two-thirds of tho rate-payers
of tho polling'district in which tho
premises sought to be licensed are situated, itfhnning that the applicant is a
fit and.proper person, and has suitable
premises, and that they do nut object
to his carrying on tho business in their
locality. Furthermore, each application has to be examined into and reported upon by the inspector before it
can be taken into consideration. All
licenses must bo constantly and conspicuously exposed to view un the
premises, under heavy penalties. A
most important and beneficent provision is that no sale of liquor, wholesale or retail, shall take pluco, except
for medical purposes, between the
houn of six o clock on Saturday evening snd seven o'clock on Monday morning. The benefit, of suoh an enactment in a oity whora Saturday night
meant only too often a carnival of
drinking for the laboring and seafaring
classes can hardly be estimated, while
it will be, whether they admit it or
not, a blessing to the young men who
used to throng the hotel ban on that
day. Other noticeable sections refer
to the prohibition of the sale of liquor
to habitual drunkards, the exclusion of
anything but current monoy or the
debtors own check in payment for
liquor, and the liability of liquor sullen to actions iu cases of death or
crime directly traceable to intoxication
from liquors purchased on thoir
promises.
The first effect uf this novel and
stringent enactment wu to reduce the
number of licenses in the city of Halifax from 180 to 60; the second wss to
close up all the bars and dram-shops
from oue end uf the city to the other;
and the third was to make the first
Saturday night of its operation tlio
the quietest snd most respectable evor
known in the history of lta capital.
The effects of its workings, u maybe
usily imagined, an very ourious.
Habitual topers go wandering about
like unessy spirits, seeking refreshment but finding none. Tbe spirit of
the temperance peoplo is .roused as
never More. - They are: 'determined
that no evuions of the law shell be
permitted. A motion made in the
legislator, lo repeal the law found but
two supporter* Out of thirty-eight
m.mb.n, .nd altogether it is very
clear that this new departure Will havo
at least .fair, fuU trial; .nd, whether
it prove, nawlsw success or ni:t, it is
hardly possibl. th.t this attempt iu
Nov.Sootl. to Kilv. the most vexed
problem of th. ag. wiU fail of produc-
inggrsat and luting benefit,--*.      |
For Sale or Lease.
\ FARM CONTAINING MO ACRK&-
A partly Improved. (Situated on tbe
North Ann, Fraser River, ubout 6 mile*
from Now westrainslfir ana ubout 8 tnllei
from Vancouver. For particulars apply
to JAMES MILLRH. Heft Inland, North
Arm, or to JOHN SPROTT, Immigration
Agent, New Westminster.        dwjelml
Estate of Kelly Bros.
TAKE  NOTICE.
* Mj PRRHONS INDEBTED TO THE
A itljuvi; Eh(r1« aro notified that Mr.
Henry V. Edmonds is utono authorised
by us to receive payment thereof and to
give receipts for same.
R. J. PITTS,     ,
F. U. SIMPSON,
JNO. WILSON,
Assignees of Estate of Kelly Bros!
dm 1:251 c
Royal Columbian Hospital
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. <J.
Board of Directors, 1886-87:
0. B. CORBOULD, President.
C. M. MoNAITQHTEN.Vice-Presldeut
W. H. KEARY, Sec-Treasurer.
MlCKSKS.
W. N. BOLE, M.P.P,: H. ELLIOTT;
J. W. HARVEY; J. CUNNINGHAM.
DIRECTORS' ANNUAL REPORT.
Gkxtlemen*—In presenting our report
for fiscal year ending 31st March, 1887,
we beg to state that it will be an utter
impossibility to run the hospital free of
debt on the grant just voted by the gov*
ernment for the ensuing financial year.
The surgeon has been attentive in his
duties anu reports a large increase in the
number of patients admitted during the
year, shewing also that wo have received
patients from all parts of the province.
There are a number of incurables in
thia hospital, some of whom were brought
from Victoria hospital years ago. The
sum of $1,000 a year has been voted for a
convalescent home in Victoria, the last
few years. The Board think, therefore,
that some of these incurables should be
shipped back to Victoria.
A great number of improvements have
been made during tbe year, walls and
floors repaired, a wash-house bnilt, the
two cesspools thoroughly cleaned; the
building being old, requires constant re*
pairs, which entails considerable expend-
inure.
, The hospital has been filled to its
utmost capacity during the whole year.
Tho Board desire to thank subscribers
for generous substructions, lists of which
are annexed, and without which it would
have been found impossible to have kept
the institution free of debt; also the congregations of Holy Trinity Church, St.
Andrew's (Presbyterian), Methodist and
Baptist Churches for hospital Sunday
collections, and the following ladies and
gentlemen for old clothes, linen, books,
papers etc.:—Mesdamcs C. T. Woods, C.
K Woods, Major, Lcnnie, H. Elliot, W,
J. Armstrong, \V. B. Townsend, Doug*
las, Edmonds, J. W. Harvey, Baker, W.
H. Keary, D. Hennessey, Cummings, A.
M. Herring, Bronskill, Sisters St. Ann's
Convent, ladies W. C. T. U., Bachelors'
Ball Hatchery, Messrs. I.B. Fisher, Z. 8.
Hall. R. I. Bentlcy, J. S. McDonnell.
The surgeon's report is appended hereto, and gives full details of the work
accomplished for the year.
The average cost per day for each resident patient in tho hospital, which includes the disbursements on out-door
patients, is 67 cents.  -
W. H. KEARY,
Hon. Secretary.
SURGEON'S REPORT
Fon Yeah K.s'DiNosfiiT MAncn, 1887.
To the Members of the Board af Directors:
GENTLEMEN.-I have tho honor to
herewith prnsent the report on thin Hospital for the jmr ending 31st March, 1887:
Number of Indoor Patients 103
" Outdoor    " oo
"          Remaining In Hospital.. 18
Died ;. u
Causes of death of the fourteen who died
and length of time In HoMplttil:-] typhoid fever, il dys: i iilooholism,18dv»t 1
effects of Are at Vancouver, 4 mos. 10'dys;
I bronchitis, 4 dys; l inflitnmtlonof bow-
lis, Sdys; 1 consumption, 2 mos. 28dys;
1 syphilis; 11 dys; 1 paralytds, 4 dys; 1 aneurism (popliteal, 4 mos. 20 dys; 1 general
debility, 2 mos, 27 dys; 1 aneurism (urotu),
liMys; 1 old age, 0 dys; 1 puralyslH, 23 dy*;
1 dropsy, 5 dys; total, 14.
Although the number of deaths Is large
thoHhortnumberof daysfn the Hospital
of a large proportion of them shows that
they cumo In In n hopeless condition.
The places wboro the Indoor patients
wen- received from are us follows;
Victoria,
EXPENDITURE.
By Audit	
Bedding,
Bread.
Clothing,
Drugs and Appliances,
Furniture,
Funerals,
Fuel,
Groceries,
Insurance,       .
Light,
Meat and Fish,
Medical Comforts,
Nursing,
New Wash House,
Repairs to Buildings,
Salaries,
Stationery, Printing, Ao.,
Shipping Incurable,
Wafhlngf"
Balance,
$5,888 82
To Balance after paying acets. to
March 31st,   ^T 98 73
Examined and found correct,
W. H. FALDING,
„    .„   . Auditor.
Now Westminster, May 7th, 1687.
Hit or 8t.bicrlberi to BM»ltal.
M00DYV1LLE.
Moodyvllle
S. M. Co., |50 00
B. Springer,
A.N.0.Klng,   fiOO
...$   10 00
18126
233 87
57 02
169 00
st
30 00
102 00
758 84
20 711
Santa
189 00
210 00
188 »
1,9*7 60
87 «J
25 00
88 00
180 00
88 73
W.T.MoGrath.S 00
P. James,
Ii. H. Flood,
K   Cadwall
ader,
J. Little,
W. Qower,
J. H.Hender
son,
H. fi. Waller,
T. Tsmaree,
O. O. Harbell, 1
A. May, 2
J.MoWhlnuey,2 60
K. Trim,        2 00
A. Brown,       I
J. Doyle, 160
O. Armstrong, 1
A. McCallnm, 1
250
200
260
250
0 00
11
21
1 f
2 60
1 60
1 60
260
2 00
L. Swett,
J. Fisher,
G.Whh*,-
A. Andrew.,
W. MoLtod.
W.A, Winger, 1 00
M.Beek, 1 00
H. Pike, 2 60
D.MoCaUum, 2 60
W. Dineen, 10 00
A. Robert, 1 00
3. Chapman,
E. Green,
G. Williams,
8. Haslam,
W, Saunders,
2 60
I 60
1 60
1 00
1 00
A. E. Calkins, 1 60
B. Umluh,
J. Slsgren,
E. Martin,
J. Lester,
D. Bailey,
ISO
100
1 00
200
1 00
J.W.TwaddIe,16 00
RICHMOND.
M60 50
W.D.Ferris, tl 00
J. Prestidge        25
A. Kilgour, 1 00
J. T. Errington, 76
Geo. Carscallen,   60
D. McDonald,  1 00
Mrs. Gerow,
H. Somervllle,
B. Yoxall,
3. Johnson,
J. Shaw,
E. CKirkland, 1 00
F. D. Taylor, 1 00
Capt. Stewart, I 00
LADNER'S
T. MoNeely, 810 00
H. N. Rich, 6 00
Jas. Bone, 1 00
Chas.Clausen, 1 00
W.L.McBride, 1 00
N. H. Bain, 2 50
W. Kirkland, 100
J. B. Burr, 1 00
H. Helliensen, 1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 60
John Sir,
Shanly,
J. Jones,
K. Smith,
D. Smith,
H. McDonald, 1 66
Jos. Griffiths, 2 60
Jno. Ferguson, 1 00
John Swansea, 1 00
J.W.MIllsr, 1 00
Jas. Miller, 1 00
Wm. Nicoll, 60
Hugh Boyd, 1 00
Mrs. Thornber, 1 00
3 26
LANDING.
G. MeKensle,
Wm. McKee,
J.   0.   Ferni-
hough,
A. Gilchrist,
Sharps a; Paine,
D. Woodward,
Geo, Green,
Chris. Brown,
100
200
260
1 00
260
200
1 00
1 00
Cariboo  1
Kamloops 5
New Westminster..^
Honnpiirti.	
YnloT	
Tort Moody...
Hustings	
Moodyyllle ...
PortHiincy...
Vancouver....
Hone	
O. I' H.	
Total	
Ladner's Landing.. 2
Lnngloy 3
Clover Vnllcy... 1
Hurrlson River..... 1
Mud liny.  8
Chllliwhack 1
North Arm, Fraser 1
Hoslnn Bar	
Cnsslnr	
Fraser Hlver	
Mission.............
Pitt Meadows...
...103
The number of Incurnb'es now In the
Ilnspltnl In twelvo [121. This large number requiring to be taken care of from
year to year renders It Impossible to make
a number nf deslrubto Improvement. In
tho imiMlnK, owing to the limited supply
of funds. I have Introduced the table of
residences to show tho people of Hittlsh
Col urn bin that they all ought Ut take an
Interest In helping ou this Institution,
which Is Increasing In usefulness every
yenr, ns may be seen by comparing the
number of Indoor patients of the previous
yenr — seventy-rive (".'»)—with this year-
one hundred and three (103).
WoHtlll rcnulrealot of draining to be
done ubout nnd from tho building. The
Hours aud walls havo been Improved and
tho now wnsh-mooi Is a groat addition to
tbo comfort of tbo place.
1 havo grout pleasure In thanking a
number of friends of tho Hospital for presents of clothes, old linen, pictures, books
nnd papers. Again I havo to thank tbo
steward, Mr. Charles Dlgby, for bis con-
statu attention to tbe cleanliness of the
building nnd bis kindness nnd attention
to tho wants of tbo sick and his readiness
In carrying out all my directions. Before
closing this report I must offer my sincere
tlniuks to the modlcal gentlemen who so
kindly ottered their assistance to myself
whenever required during the past yenr.
I «m Yours Faithfully,
II. I. BENTLRT, Sf, B.,
Rurgoon R.c. H,
treasurer's report.
In presenting the accounts Tor tbe post
year, the Treasurer begs to cull attention
to the fact Hint tbe outlay bas been rigidly
scrutinised, in which he tins been ably
assisted by tbo Rtownrd. Mr. Dlgby. Thore
seems little prospect of nny reduction of
expenditure. You will notloo that1 the
subscriptions have been liberal and hnve
been a groat assistance In keeping the
Institution free of debt. It is to be regret*
ted that the Oovornmcnt have reduced
the grant to tho Hospital from W/iOO to $3,-
000. W. H. KEARY,
Treasurer.
The Tbkasuhf.h is Acot. with thk Royal Columbian Hospital.
nBORIPTS.
To Balance from 1885-8 1 • 206 81
Government Grant, ■ 1,60000
Paying Patient., ,. 832 to
Collections and Subscriptions, 518 75
R,I.Bentley,Esq.JM,D.trofund, 37 M
Collections, HolyTrlnlly, 88 00
V Method1!*!, 8155
"        Presbyterian, 8778
R. P. HOnna, proceeds of Ball '
at Elgin, 17 00
Mrs. Towle, proceeds of Ball nt
Langley, 10 85 l
ttmul
LULU IISAND.
mm
Walter Lee, (I 00
E. J. Jones, 1 00
Mrs. Petersen, 1 00
Frank Jeason, 1 00
Cly k Swift, 1 00
O. P. Bylander, 50
Thos. Kidd, 2 60
Blair Bras.,
London Bros.,
Geo. London,
John Dall,
Ed. Millerson,
M. Welch,
A.E.Anderson,
2 00
2 60
60
1 00
1 00
260
100
Alfred Allium, 2 60
M. M.English.2 50
E. S. Bartruff, 1 60
Chas. Friend, 60
Jas. McKay, 1 00
M, Steves, 2 60
Thos. Lludsay, 1 00
F, Humphrey, 2 00
John Green, 1 00
Thus. Harris,
John Taylor,
Ely Sanders,
David Reid,
S.M.Pearson, 100
Cbancey Leo, 1 00
Thirkle*TilHn,2 60
Rise Rees, 1 00
H. McDonald, 2 60
2 00
2 00
1 00
A CHANCE
rMAKE, HOUSE RENT AND 830 A.
Month, by nun-busing tlio Furniture.
Apply nt this Offlee.     . djeowa
WOWCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
11 80 days after date we, the undersigned. Intend making application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to lease for timbering purposes the following described land:
Commencing at a stake placed at tho
Intenieotlon of the North line of Loamy
AKyle's timber limit, known as Limit B,
with a lake distant about 2 miles northerly from Cardero channel; thenee run-
S.'MJW' .20 ohalns, West 20 ohalns,
North20obuliis, West So chains, NorthSO
ohalns. West 20 obnlns. North 20 ohalns,
West 40 cnntns.tn tho Mouth-west corner
post! thence North 20 ebalns, East 20
chain.. North 20 chains, East Jo chains,
North 20 chains, East to chains, North 20
ohalns. East 40 chains, south 20 chains, to
the lake shore: thence West, following
lake shore to place of commencement—
containing 1320 acres, more or less,
LEAHY A KYLE.
Vancouver, B.C., 81st May, 18J7, djolmt
' JOHN S. COX,
IMPORTER & DEALER IN
TT COSTS NO MORE TO KEEP GOOD
Fowls than it daon to keep poor Fowls.
My Brooding Pens nro equal to tiny In
the united Mates or Canada.
IpropoHo to furnish Eggs from premium
and flret-c!nss Fowls, my design being to
establish a reputation thnt wUHanl,
Cash must accompany all orders.
Address, with stamp,
JOHN S, COX,
dwfe7to Now Westminster.
OF THE HARRISON.
IM Mm ud Health tori
nr   AM3BIOA.
ENDORSED BV THE LEADING PHYSICIANS.
PRIVATE SWIMMING AND VAPOR
BATHS,
str turn: AtMirniEvr. fob iadie.
With Experienced Attendants In charge
Hotel Accommodation   unsurpassed,
with grniluatoit rates.
Stages moot all trains at Agossls's Bto-
tlon.C. P. R,
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870.
The.. E, <i mt Ike ». K. jiotHecll.. ■>,
9;
i. ■.. ji 9w mic is. k. uorneeiiM i»,
wusklp I. la iln District ifNnr
•WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
W Title of Joseph Hoskln to the»bove
landi lias been lost or destroyed, andap*
{illoitlon has been made for a duplicate
hereof; notloe la therefore hereby given
that a fresh certificate of title will be Issued In lieu ot that so lost or destroyed, unless cause be shewn to the contrary In
one month from the date hereof.
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Offlee,
New Westminster, 80th May, 1887.
  dmyaOml r    M
TELEFHONfCALLlfee.
F;0.10X71
WM McCOLL
Ittsral Hull!
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries & Provisions.
MJNDBOM'S BLOOK, Columbia St
dwailste
Money Foun4.
A SMALL SUM-OI   MOSBY   WAS
A   round oaMoKe^e&tKlFrlduil
 •--•—■>•    i«»    unlaw   uiav   ■■vn  il  uy
provlngpropstty andTWlrig for thisaiT-
yertlsament.. Calla|tnTsonTceftnJehiliiij,
Dress-MakingI
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET," '
New WellitthlHsfiS'r, B.I!.
tftr Satisfaction guaranteed,'    dnphile
asTOTIOB.
PORT HAMMOND
Fruit trees,
ornamental Tree*
Small Pratt*
And GARDEN STOCK on hand In great
variety.
Everything first-class and furnished tn
good shape.
dw-delOtc
G. W. HENRY,
Fort Hammond, B. O.
EMPLOYMENT
Saturday rnto by C. P. U.—Westminster
•*~ ' '-'  .  Tlckel"
ilwjdOU!
to AkuhhIz and return, only 82 50.  Tickets
good for 15 days, $j.0O. 	
PIANO-FORTES.
SOLD MEDAl.     MflHEST AWARD.
I.tc.Iom' r.sblbltlon. London.
T       ~~
tToi
MOUNT LEAMAN.
D. Nicholson,*.    50 L. Faqui,
E. W.King, 1 00J. Yowcrt,
Ju. H. Leo, 1 00 L. Fletcher,
I.R.McOregor,'   50
*»5 60
60
1-00
50
t5O0
WADE'S LANDING,
F. E.Wade,  15 00|U.O.McKenny,2 00
Kalph Burton, 2 OolF. K. Wade,    1 00
$10 00
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Corhould  k
MoColl, 120 00
J. Cunning.
ham, 10 00
Hy. Elliott, 10 00
O.McDonough.lOOO
J.EIIaru*Co,10O0
8. H. Webb, 10 00
J. A. Calbick, A OO
I.B. Fisher, 20 00
L. L. Doano, 10 00
Jas. Cash, 6 00
Van Volkea-
E. S. Scoullar
ft Co., 10 00
Jas. Punch, 2 50
H. Johnson. 2 SO
A Kilgour, 25 00
Allreil Adams, 14 00
Geo. Mead, 2 50
W. Vionon. 2 00
J. E. Phillips; 2 00
J.S. Moedonell.l 00
D. H. Curtis, 2 50
A.M. Herring, 2 50
J.Cunninghain, 2 60
burg & Bro, 10 00 I). Robson,      1 00
1190 00
HOPE.
C. Galloway, $5 00
G. Wilkinson, 2 50
Chas. Murphy, 1 00
Roland Rider, 50
J. W.WIrth, 2 00
Wm. Yates, 2 00
J, A. Fraser, 1 00
Hudson BayCo,2 00
Jas. Garrlgan, 2 60
Jas.WanBe,    2 60
ilinylOml
A. H. Coupon, 1 60
J. Murphy, 1 00
3. G. Bristol, 10 00
D. A. McDonald,
B. Silver,
T. Alvarey,
J. H. Bears,
Luke Gibson,
W. L. Flood,   2 50
$48 00
1 00
1 50
100
2 00
1 60
Piano Tuning.
•vrH.O. H. aexmWIN, OF VICTORIA,
JML  "111 visit NeufWeslmlnstXr shortly!
for a lew days.   Orders for tunhlB may lie
left nt Lyal's Bookstore,
dnpaitc BuonWIN A JORDAN.
Dental Notice.
I EXPECT TO LEAVE FOR THB IN-
terlor on the ittth Imt, to he absent
one month.  All requiring dental work
please take notice and govern themselves
accordingly.   :        C. E. C. BROWN.
, dvinySlml
THECITYOF LONDON
Fire Insurance Go
OF LONDON, KMOI.AND.
CAPITA!,,       .-*'•■     110,000,000
Dominion Gov't Deposit,
AU MNIIrTltW OF IIHWUIU MIMITY
WSITTlMTCHhUHTIUTW.
Policies Written and Losses Adjusted and
Paid Mthout Reference to HoineOfflce.
ay^jDHg
H.B?Bll
WAienia
districts.   *-
Annl
O.TA'
Al
— Jr.:
fLOWV
it, Vancouver.
Agent,
WRhted In unrepresented
Oeneml Agent forBrUUh Ooiimbls.
IHE MANUFACTURES OF MRS8R8.
KIRKMAN are noted for tliulrsupe-
'*"*""" of workmaitKliiiniiul muterlul
employed,
, The Pianofortes mndo by this old-established firm nro spoolully Adapted to the
ell mute of eaoh country whence they are
exported.
■^Iron frames, overstrung, check action, and all the latest improvements, ensuring brilliancy nf tone.
ROBERT WARD & CO
J**lf Agents fer British ('olmnbln.
dwj«4w3
Showing Ihe Dales and Places or
Courts or Assize. Nisi Prlus, anil
Oyer and Terminer, for (be   '
Year 1881.
SPRING AHSIZ1W.,
[Oil V.nnonvcr lstn.id]
Victoria Momlny jam M„ '.'.
Nanalmo Tuesday .Jtli June.
[ On Mainland ]
NewWestinlnsler..We(lnesilav...1tii May,
Kamloops...... Monday...... mil June.
Clinton Monday lsthjntic.
FALL, ASSIZES.
[On Mainland]
RlchOold Monday 121b sept.
Clinton Wednesdny...38t!t gent,
Kanloops Monlln'y...'...8rd Oct.
Lytton Monday loth Oct.
New Westminster..Wcdnosday...Oth Nov,
[ On Vancouver Island ]
Victoria Monday milNovember.
Nunalino Tuesday Oth December.
dapjaltd
THE UNDERSIGNEDHAVINGOFEN.
ed nn Employment Offloe and Commission Agency in New Westminster.In*
vltes u coll from all In want of employ,
ment, In search of help, or who wish the
services of a commission agent,
'.If yon
Want a Situation,
Want a Job,
Want a Servant,
Want a Farm Hand,
Want Work of any kind, or
Want Anybody to Work-
Call at the offlee.
Also—Agent for Marvin A Tllton for the
celebrated Agricultural Nsckl.rry manufactured by the Massey Company, of
Toronto, Ont.
Columbia St. (adJolulngPaoinc. „.
Works).  P.O. Boxes, New Westminster, dwjesto
Look Here!
fP YOtJ WANT TO MAKE A SIOP)
To a friend or relative, go down to STIR-
SKY'S nnd look at some of those extra,
ordinary bamalas In
ladles' ind fientlemen's Md and
Sliver WittHM, CkMM, .
I'ktrm, oU., ete.
Or If you want a useful ornament for your
house, oxamlne those beautiful May
striking Clock., with cathedral gongs.
Hols selling at BOTTOM PRICES.
Walckes, from ti upivnrts, all warranted
Viae W.lek Seimlrlnga specially, and
good workmnnshlp guaranteed.
em- Remember the  place—the "Bine
Store,"
dwausyl Columbln St, New West,
thu
WHITE
18 KIMG!
SAVING SECURED THK AGENCY
lor this .celebrated Maohlne, I
d be pleased to send ono on trial to
any person desirous of purchasing. The
Mschinss an sold on their own merits.
Every Machine guaranteed By tho Company lor five years.
C.   J.   ROBSON'S
Fruit, Confectionery k Fancy Glassware k China Store,
GUARDIAN
Insurance Com'j
OP LONDON, ENG.
Total Funds, 118,000,000
(n-ai.A.si,-sr)
UTABU8HID 1831
Risks Taken at Hates
as Low as any other
Reliable Comp'y.
T. R, PEARSON,
dooTte        (R O. 8. A P. Co.) AOENT.
XrOTIOE IS HBREBYQIVEN THAT
Pi JO days after date I, Henry Kllng, In.
tend to apply to the Chief ComrtlserdnoV
of Lands and Works to purchase 420 acres
New Westminster District, described ns
followsi
SCommonelngat the N. E. oomotof ths
,W. Mot See. ■; thenee East 10cholnsi
enee South 120 ohalns, more or less, lo
shore line; thence along shoreline Inn
Northwesterly direction to the Intersec-
U.n of the South line of Son 8| thence
East 1 chain, more or less; thence North
to place of heglnnlng.-.belng the East half
of Seotlons 8 and 11, Texada Island. ■
djeoma
HENRY KLING.
ff. I. JHiS
Has on the Road another Carload of
Reapers, Horse flakes,
From  JOHN  ELLIOTT k SONS, of
London, Ont., which will arrive hen
about June 24th.
tr Pay no attention to what other
•gents say, W. H. Jenkins will 811 his
orders to purchasers. Satisfaction or no
*h>.
dwmyDOto W.H.JENKINS.
NORTH:.
Capital, $8,000,000;   losses
Paid, (48,000,000
E.«MS.ll.I>ea 1MB
Rates H Low as any other
Company doing Business
In British Columbia.
tr Risks promptly taken, and Losses
satisfactorily adjusted.
'T.RrP€AR80«,
doeTIO (R C. 8. A P. Co.) AGENT.
■ *k*Taoxjk.x.
INDUQEIVIENTS
 TOBTIII	
HOLIDAYS
w.R.AOsrai;
CtllMMS St.,
djastc
New Wert.
DEALER IN
General Merchandise!
A large Assortment of,
DRY QOOD8
-AND-
GROCERIES
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Kajr aad Feed.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
«SM» Ml C*A1 UUniDTt
AKTPART.rTnrtTT.
WemnlwosuHeedsVy.einpttsnaay^
to Port Moody, carrying H.1I.S. m^s.
As as liquor ortonsMoUUHd noser
temperate habit. Ud carefnl Konomy
ssrv. th. publl. at Mpwhtlly low reus.
unit 15 aaj8,
iii p me  nrisn
BUYING FROM THE MANCFAC-
tarers for cash, I un lu a position
to sell at bottom prices, Hy Goods an
■narked in plain figures and the prices
have-not been put up to me«t thou*
tout taken off. Call and sw prioss fetor, purchasing elsewhera.
tr Fin. Watch Repairing . Spe?ialty.
Jsmlry mad. to order.'
F.CKAKE.
WATCHMAKER
OrrasngTHlBAHK, " "' dw-diMte
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 Or- .
gans for sale or to rent.
Mr^r^^^
tjry Store, CohimWa'Stfeet.     '""'    '
nabiie  Tt R. PEARSON- war walking b Savannah, past a ohyojl,
. decayed and dUli, £*
,'hen there slowly through the window
came a plain Ire funeral hymn;
nd a sy i-pa hy nwakeneJ, tod • wonder quiokly grew,
'ill I found myself environed In a little
negro pew.
ut at front a colored couple sat to sorrow, noarly wild;
n the altar was a coffin, In the coffin
was a child. >'
could picture him when living—ouri*
hair, protruding Up—
nd had seen perhaps a thousand In ts*
hurried southern trip.
ut no baby ever rested In the soothing
arms of death
hat had fanned more flaraw of sorrow
with his little fluttering snath;
nd no funeral ever glistened with more
sympathy profound
ban was in tho chain of tear drops thst
enclasped those mourners round.
ose . sad old colored preacher tt the
little wooden deek-
'lth a manner grandly awkward, with*
countenance grotesque;
1th simplicity and shrewdness on his
Ethiopian lace;
1th the Ignorance tnd wisdom el a
crushed, undying race.
id he stld: " Now don1 be weepln' tor
dis pretty bit o' olay—
>r de Utile boy who lived here, he done
gone an' runaway!
I wm doln' very finely, in' he 'predate
your lore;
it his sure 'miff Father want him In de
large house up above. >
low He didn't glv. you dtt baby, by a
hundred tbousan' mile I
just think you need torn, sunshine,
an' Ho lend it for a while 1
t He let you keep an' love It till your
hearts waa bigger grown;	
dsse silver tears you're sheddln's
lost de Interest on de loan.
lore yer Oder pretty ohilruai-don't
be mckln'lt appear
it your loveiWt: sett o"nopolked by
dis little follow hare;
•V pile up too much your sorrow on
dotr little mental shelvos,
'a to kind o' set'em wonderin' tt dey'ro
no tooount demsclves I
ust you think, you poor dear moun-
aha, oreepln' 'long o'er Sorrow's way,
ut a blessed little picnic dis yere
baby's got to-day I
nr good laden and good  modois
crowd de little follow round
d. angel-tended garden ot de Big'
Plantation Ground. '
n' dey ask htm ' Was your feet sorer
tn' tak. off his littlMhoes,
' dey wash blm, ss' day kiss htm, an'
dey sty: ' Now what» de noes!'
' de Ltwd dose cut his tongue loose;
den de little follow aty:
II our folks down In de valley tries to
keep de hebbenly way.'
a' hit eyes dey brightly sparkle at de
pretty thing, he view;
11 tear come, and he whisper: 'But
I want my ptryants, too I'
t de Angel Chief Musician teach dtt
boy t little song;
* 'If only dey be lalt'rul dey will
mob be oomln' long.'
a' he'll get in eduottloa dtt will
proberbly be worth
•rtl times as much as any you could
buy for him on earth;
'11 b. In do Ltwd". big school honse,
wldout no contempt or fotri ,,
lie deru'N no end to do bid tings
might havo happened,to him here.
>, my pooah, dejected mounths, 1st
your hearts vrld Jesus rat,
don't go to criteroliln' dtt ar One
w'.t know.de best I
b.v. .sot us many ;comtottv-Be
have right to take away-   "7^
de Ltwd be prals. tn' glory now and
ever.  Let us pray.
-[WUIOirletonln Harper* WeUJy.
LFTER MANY BAJS.
ken I wss a young follow I
l on father", firm down thsra In
nMUout You're aeen the plac.
Church wis nesrthe Uvero, and bo
I the Church wa. the pwaonM.: and
aUved Dominie Wheeler snd his
ghter Dolly.
i Saturdays, after I had my
>er, I need to dress myself sad tell
nother that I mitnt to oalloo Dom-
Wheeler, folks. Mother generally
wired thill oouldt do better, thtt
dominie's oonvemtlon wm iure to
mprovlnt, and thtt Dolly wm net
8' uty, like some gtit she could
OB.
ether would add: "Aad a pretty
e oritur, too." and aimed with pa-
tal authority I would go to thepar-
ige,
is a good tune to go, tor the
hid to bl finished, m general
g, on thttsnvjBlng, tnd Dolly ud I
ueUghtfolloiigtaikil      	
iy
tf
rVry'^ootn'SdSTSd*!
•Uked my Ut. sad soul, a
. ... InthoMSOllttry
iinfi. tad oni evening I proposed to
rind ihe ueepted me. The dom-
gavi us his blessing, father and
her uid they could not have chosen
vughter-lB-ltw' to suit than better,
.11 they uked ww that we should
tUtUiwhlle. ^
llydtughtir Is act seventeen year.
«C wdth.dotnlale. "loumutt
win a hurry to take her from me."
Walt two years snd you will be
■and-twantv, tnd t'B glviyou ths
farm and build you a Vise," ssM
course
unnlng very i
Id havt.takl
ty heavy stake, .«* i_„
somehow, I think Satan thought w'e
i too happy, tad Ud a trip tor mo.
iotor Bobtns's widow, a managing
lan with a big house, wm la tbe
it ot taking lummer boarden, and
y year, lot ol city strangers wan-
i .bout thi pltM from Jun. to Sep.
hen Dolly tad I bad ben eagaged
it a year and a hall, tho widow had
y boarders Is her house, snd Ike
Edwin snd sll the male blip slept
to barn.
isre wu one young lady there, a
I Sally Gray, m. pretty thtt ivory
who itw her wm talking about It,
I «m Introduced to her. Some
ten have a way ol making a man tet
est his batter judgment. She -wm
ot them, I did not .mean to flirt
i her, but I fl| I did not mem to
t her In elissLrtsaei, ud In taequUt
dpaths,but*, met. She knew (I
we Ike Robin, hsd told fair)
ut my engagement, tnd Ihe tossed
.bout being .ttaul el myewsethetrt.
Such t good, prim Uitl. thing," she
dd uy, •• I. ihe dreadfully .hooked
si? Doei ibi think I im a flirt?
i.h.pr.yfcejj^lnnvs.Ungr
folt angry,, b»ys*_7f wu planed
proving niys»1f free to do u I
I. At a little evening party, to
It w. were Mnd, I duosd flvs
^ej with her, sod when; at lilt, my
icluiw. imotosvi, aad I Wiut to look
Dolly, ud I found the had goni
Shi Mid fair p. wuUd h-r," .aid
Robins; "but I tell rou plainly,
« Gardner, I doa'thollm It: and
ny part, I ata't Me whtl peopfo
find to idrntri In thtt Impudent
New Turk girl. K my Tilly behaved
like hor, I'd shut her up on bread and
water until she reformed."
I hurried away, but the parsonage
was shut, up when I got there, am I
spent an hour walking up and down before the house, staring at the dark
windows.
The time seemed very long until the
next evening, and I went over to the
parsonage very early; but Dolly wm not
there.
" She's gone to spend the evening
somewhere, said the dominie kindly,
" I suppose she forgot to leave word
for you to come for her. She Isn't very
well, either; t cold, I suppose. I know
I generally caught cold at t party ■tram
I was young and attended suoh entertainments. I hope she'll be careful.
Her poor mother died of consumption. ,r
• My heart gtye t great leap.
I thought Dolly M, dying, .ven dead,
ud I went out into the kitchen to ask
the servant It Dolly left any mossagetor
me.
" She said she wouldn't be home tonight," answered Nora; "tt least this
evening, I mean, aud ihe did not leave
wordwherbsho was gone."
Nora understood, I saw. I felt terribly Injured und I mado up my mind
to avenge myse:f by spending the evening withSaily oray.
She was at home,.the servant, girl
said, and I found her waiting in the parlor for me. We had it to ourselves
Mrs, Robins never came in, nor any of
tho oihor boarders; Indeed, it was now
growing late In the season, and they
wore almost allggone away.. If I novot-
kuow how to flirt b>foi%,Sal|y Gray
taught me how that night, and when I
took leavo ■■ ot her I was Imprudent
enough to tell her I should like to kiss
her.
" Do It, It you desire," laid she.
And then I Yes, I kissed hor; ud is
I did tt the door opened, and we started
apart, and there stood Dolly. She had
aeen It all.  -
"I left my bonnet here," she stld.
"Mr. Isaaots going home with me,
and I came to get it. Sorry to disturb
you."
She was very cool ud contemptuous.
She tied her bonnet on at the glass,
threw hor little mantle over hor shoulders, and went out. Next day she broke
our engagement and sent mo back my
ring.
The noxt week I loft home ond wens
away to set. Some one hid told mo
that Lolly wu going to marry Iku
Robins.
Mother wrote to me often, and never
mentioned folly and I never uskod
about her. I lived with men, generally
on the sua, ud hud no thought il liking
or oni Ing for any woman, 1 always intended to go home mid sue the old folks,
but they diedot a fever within twu days
of i aeli other, and a stranger sent me
the news.
Lawyer Dredgers saw to the estate,
tnd did what 1 asked him to do with
the money. I did not need lt thon, but
lt would keep me Irom being t.beggar
In my old age. And still I sailed: the
tea, until when forty yean old u tod-
dent happened to me which cams near
being my death. It did not kill mo nor
cripple me, but I was no longer fit for a
sailor's life, nnd there ww nothing left
for me but to settle down on land and
live on my money; and so I went home
at last to talk to Lawyer Dredgers, ud
got his advico,
„ I folt very sad as I walked through' the
village. My parents won dead, no one
remembered mo; I had not a friend In
Tnelawyer had done his best to make
my money profitable to me, ud I wu
richer than 1 dreamed.
When all the busmen wu over I
took a moonlight itroll through the
■treet It wm twenty ysstr. .Inc. th.
night I kissed Sally Gray, ud lost my
love by lt; but nothing had altered In the
outward aspect ot the place.
Pcopl.were sitting on their porches
isotyore; the tamo ttowen seemed to
bloom iu tbe gardens; the same loung-
en to stand about the tavern door; the
same young men ud girls to bang upon
the garden gates. It wm odd -to think
that the girls might be the daughters ot
those I knew.
There stood Unchurch: there the per-
sontge. I wtlked toward lt Thi windows of the sitting-room were open.; I
drew softly ritor tnd peeped In.
The old dock ticked In thi comer.
The old ng carpet was either the same
or uother Just like It Thin wu only
one blue vms en the mantel I rap-
pose the other had been broken; hat
there were the profile* ot grandpa ud
grandma Wheeler over the escritoire.
Then waa Dominie Wheeler, looking
very much older, sitting exactly as hi
used to at beside the table, all red
handkerchief over his knees, a cup of
tea in his hands.
" Dolly," h.sstd.
And front an Inner room out* a fJO
mm, largo, handsome ud hjifa-colered,
who eald;
"Well, father t"
Could it bo my slim young Dolly •
Yes, tt was. Showaevwyflnclookllf
now nnd s:<e looked so m.tronly that I
Immediately concluded thtt she was
Mrs. Isaac Roblus.
Still I could not wave the window.
"It waa my oil glimpse of her," I
said to' myself, "for yean put aad
years to come."
"Well, father?" ehe tild.
And turned smiling toward him,
"I've been thinking tt over, Dolly,"
be said. "I tlilnklt would be best for you
, to marry. 1 am eighty. I cannot live
long. You bid belter marry Mr. Bra-
bam. lie Is very fond ot you. You like
him, Ism sure. Is It for my lake you
iky no?"
She bent over him ud put her hud
. on his shoulders.
" "Father," the said, "Iam going to toll
you the truth, t thing a womu seldom
does In these matters. I ihould not
have to lcavu you; bo lt Is not lor your,
sake, much ns I love you. But 1 do not
care for Mr. Braham. I havo ouly
cared lor ono iuau iu my llfo-my lint
low, James Gardner. I eeut him away
from me, and he had dono very wrong;
but I think now that wo both loved each
oth r. I know that, oven now, I cannot
forgo1 Mm. und that I never shall lorg.t
him .iv i lu l live."
Tli.ro veto toan In her eyes; she
brushed them away, tn uother moment I was at the door; she opened it
I l.cldoutboihtny htinde. Those were
Dillysglrli.il eyes that looked at me,
tud I caught her tn my arms.
"I hav. come hack to be forgiven,
Dolly," I said, ud I saw that I hud not
some In v.tn.
■nr B. Wanted It StuSM.
-Boarder: "Mn. Vlnnlgu, what It
thtt?"
Botrdlng-house mistress; "A chicken,
" Oh, It la, eh?   I thought msybe It
wass reed bird."
, "Isn't It good. Mr. Biker? I
It with bread ud onions, ud tb*
lining—"
" Mrs, Flnnlgan, do you know what I
would hive stuffed It with?"
"No;with what?"
"Another   chloku,''_[PhuiddphU
**"•       .,,  ,;;,,,
•.Well,Cnol.&ke,,whttcompilM«ttc4
do you want for whitewashing the
fimoeV "Loan wunt no kompUisMhiin,
Mms.Backus; only JUtfo'dollars on?
».toil."-lNew Orleans Picayune,
ThefollowlngBuslnessDlrectoryrelates
only to persons whose advertisements appear In the Daily Coujkuiax. It has
been found true, as a rule, that persons
who advertise liberally are liberal lu their
dealings, and many persons make It a
rule to give preference In their dealings to
those establishments which advertise
freely. The following list Is arranged alphabetically!
LBOAi,.
T.O. Atkinson ColumbiaSt
W. Norman Bole Columblast
Branch Offloe at Vanoouver.
Corbould A McColl MeKensle St
Branch Offlee at Vancouver.
MEDICAL.
Dr.H. M.Cooper... Oburch Bt
Or. J. 0. Henderson Chllllwhaok, B. 0.
Dr. L M. McLean MeKensle Bt
Dr. DeWolie Smith Clarkson st
INSURANCE.
W. 3. Armstrong (in] ..Court House
James Cunningham Columbia st
H. V. Edmond McKensle St
W. D. rents litre,* accident] ........Forrls St
T.R.Pearson Ore«niTe]..;.....Oolumbla|[
Rand Bros. [Sre, life A ao'd't] .McKeni;i« St
Branch Offices at Vancouver A Vie.
TurneriBeetpn *0o. Iflre] viotoria
Woods/Turner* Gamble
[in, life A accident] ColumbiaSt
RBAL BSTATE AGENCIES.
W. N. Bole ColumbiaSt
Corbould 4 MoColl McKensle St
H. V. Edmond MeKensle Bt
W.D.FsrrlB gFerriaSt
CaptPlttendrigh MeKensle St
Bud Bros MeKensle Bt
Wm. Shannon -~ Vancouver
Woods, Turner 4 Gamble Columbia St
AKOHITKCT, *o.
C. H. Clow. ....Clinton st
G. w. Grant. McKensle St
COHTRACTORS * BUILDERS.
Ackerman Bros. New Westminster
AUCTIONEERS.
H. N. Rich Ladner's
T. J, Tnpp , .Columbia Bt
AOSVHnS FOB H AGHIRBRV, *e.
Fraser 4 Leonard Vancouver
ASRICDLTTRAL IMPLEMENTS.
W.H.Jenklns.Westmlnster4 0hllllwh'k
Jno. Birr....— Columbia St
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
T. R. Pearson — Columbia st
VfUHTUra *■ RVLIRG.
The Columbian Steam PrlnUng Establishment. —..» columbln St
STOVES * TMWARE.
H. It. Cunningham 4 Co .Columbia St
CMS MTTISOS.
H. M. Cunningham 4 Co. Columbia St
SEWING MACHINES.
0, J. Robson........ ColumbiaSt
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
W. R. Austin - .......Front Ht
0.G.Major.. Columbia St
Wm. McColl Columbia St
0. McDonough Front St
dry eooug.
Bon Marebe ...Columblast
D. Orysdale 4 Co, Columbia st
Jaa Ellard 4 Co Columbia Bt
Wm.Rae [Globe Housel Columblast
DRESSMAKING.
Bon Marohe. Columbia st
Jaa. Ellard 4 Co - Columbia st
Misses MoDougall..... Columbia st
FCRNITVnE.
Wlntemnte, Calblek4Co Columblast
WOOD * GOAL.
Henry Elliott [Orders left at W. MeColl's]
DRUSS, *e.     I
D. 8. Curtis 4 Co .Columbia St
A. Peele....... .Columbi.St
BUTCHERS.
Root. Dickinson ...Columbia Bt
WATCHMAKER. .JOWSIUS
P. Crake...,.,—...— .........Columbia Bt
t. 8Urs»y Columbln St
C. M. MeNughUn... .ColumbiaSt
BLACKSMITHISG  4   CARRIAGE
WORKS.
Thos, Ovens........ ................Columbia St
Raid 4 Currle .Columbia St
' HOTELS.
Farmers Horn. [Holden] Church St
The Clarence I Richards], .Viotoria
LIVERY, *«.
Mainland Transfer Co Columbln St
PAINTERS, SM.
Cbu. Murray-."—"— Clarkson Ht
BOOTS «• SHOES.
O.H.Grant* Co ColumbiaSt
H. Kells. - .....Co umb a Bt
Wm, Ron,,,,,.,.........,,.—".......Columbia 81
TAILORS.
D. Dryid.le* Co.. ...ColumbiaBt
BAKEBT.
A. Dleb.1.... „- ...Front st
NVBSBBIBS.
0. W, Henry - Port Hammond
RHutchenou............ Ledners
FANCY POOLTBT, He.
Jno, 8. Cox...., ..........Royal Avenue
MONUMENTAL.
Alex. Hamllton»..........................Church st
BnogeAMonek New Westminster
TiibCaka-
ntAK Ms.-
,OLX Co., ,84
„ ,lia Front 81,
But, ToronTo, gel, up the Neatest and
me.tOompl.le and Best H.llle« Needle
IVokw. In Ameilca. Send » Cents for
RaDpl. of New No. I, flnl.li.d In Flno
Plush. Particular, sent whon stamps arc
enclosed for reply.
Don't worry If you tre out of employment.. Write to'Mr. Kow»v.4tWerilng-
ton Street But, Toronto. Send stomps
lor reply.         dwmylihnli
NOTICE.
VOT10B IS HEREBV GIVEN THAT 00
JU days after date I Intend to apply to
the chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works to porcbue 4S0 .ere. of Inod on
Texsua Island, new we.tiiiin.wr pisinci,
dwerlbed m follows!
Commencing at tha 8. E. corner bf tbo
8.W. H of See. >; thenee EastWehnlns;
thence North SO chains; thence West 80
Shalns; thenoe Bouth to chains; thenco
last « chains; thence South 10 chains tn
point of commencement.
BOBT.B JAOKSON.
Victoria, R C, April 3s, 1887.    dnii23in2
UND SttRVEVURS,
Oo:
Fire, Line, Accident l Marine
Insurance.
DtnninltmsEipttvw^omp^ Id.
laittrs CuidliB aik Nttei
Bought and Sold.
t'OL0M~IA~8TRklET,
T.l.pboo.».      saw waSTMUSItB.
Brighouse Estate.
A LIi i'ARTIBS ARK IIKKEBY CAU-
A Uon&X aguinut purchusltif- of Hum'l
Brighoose or executing mortgages on any
portion of the above entitle without tbe
sanation of Manuella Brighouse, his wife,
or her solicitors,
daplSto      MANUELLA BRIOHOUSE.
e dl'c atiok brakoii ok
Provixctat. Secrktaby's Depaiitsient,
Victoria, May 33th, 1887.
■VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll the Annual Examination of Candidates for Certificates of Qualification to
teach In the Publlo Rohools of the Province will bo held In the Agricultural
Hall, Victoria, commencing ou Monday,
July 4th, at 10 a.m.
tlljr tula lib  IU tl. III.
Intending candidates are required to
notify this Department and furnish toot...
monialH prior to Juno 34th.
Applicants for Renewal of Certificates
are hereby notified to comply with the ro*
qulrcmontsof aut>sectlon 8 of uectlotHl
of tho "Public Reboot Act, 1885."
8. D. POPE.
dmy28m  Hupcrlntendent of Education.
NOTICE.
SITTINGS OB1 THE COUNTY COURT
of Cariboo will he hold— .
AtOllnlon, Friday, lath May,	
At Llllooet, Wednesday, Uth Mny,1887.
At ISO-Mile Honse, Tuesday, 28th June,
1887. 1 ~,
At Soda Creek, Thursday, 80th June,
At Qucsnelleinouth, Monday, 4th July,
At RlehSeld, Saturday, eth July, 1887.
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Hlh April, 1887.
NOTICE,
TO ROAD CONTRACTORS.
C1EALED TENDERS WILL BE RE-
Q celved by the undersigned up to noon
of tatarday Ihe 181b lust., jor certain repairs to the road between New Westminster and the south ond of False Creek
Bridge,which will Include theconstruo-
tlon of about 47 chains ot new road.
Specifications can bo seen and forms for
tendcrobtalnedatthetiovernmeniOfllce,
New Westminster, nnd at tho office of C.
(J. Johnson, Deputy Registrar County
Court, Vancouver.
The towetHor any tender not necessarily
accepted.
C. WARWICK,
Gov't Agent.
New West,, June 0,1867.    ■ >        dJefitU
Every Man to bf8 own Business
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST* DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP   COLONIAL HOTEL!.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. 0.
Physicians' Prescriptions and lam.
Ily BeclpM a Specially.
N   B. — Only Genuine Drugs used.
Over twenty vows' oiperi.no..    intfj
Great Reduction!
• IS TllS	
RATES OF INSURANCE
■y Ike •Mlell.Ue
FliiilESMGeCo
oa- Loirsoir.
mAKB NOTICE THAT I RAVE BEEN
I authorised ■ by the Manager to cut
down the rates aa low, If not lower, than
any other Company In this Province.
JAMKHClWXmirUM,
AOENT.
New Westmlnstor, May 23rd, 18S7.
dmyStml
WE TOO,
REPRESENTING THE
OP BnooKLVN, a. v.,
^Etna Insurance Co.
OT   HAB1FOHD,
ARE PREPARED TO TAKE RISKS
as bw u say .Iku C.ssswsy represented here.
Wo also save tho assured tlmo end trouble by belni able ts wrlto our poinds,
here without reference to Victoria offloe,
as we aro illreet agents.
WOODS, Tl'BNIE I UHtlS,
Agents, NewWestmlnster, B.C.
1st Juno, 1887. djetmt
What Pnhiiums in sswr m
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
"Treatment by Absorption hu for tome
time been recognlKed by Medical Men to
bo Iho most simple ond effectual means
of convoying to Diseased Oi«ni,HCnm-
lives," but In oases of Kidney Dlriease and
Complaints attendant thereon, succewfal
treatment was practicably Impossible until tbe Introduction of the Starr Kidney
Pad. It costs less than a single prescrlp*
tion and Is Immeasurably more dwotsivs
and sffective than any quantity cf infernal
Medicinal dosing, Worn Immediately over
tho seat of Disease. Its curative properties
become absorbed by tbe diseased and enfeebled Organs.continuously and directly,
as required to lnmiro In return their healthy action and original vigour. It Is comfort Able to the patient nnd Pleasant In Its
effects, and cures when nothing else can.
The Starr Ktdncy Pud accomplishes positive, decisive results. A more valuable
discovery on a truo remedy for Kidney
Diseases was never niadc.-JfedfoaJ Gatette
flie Starr Mmi rati, manufactured
in Toronto, li a permanent rare aire for
diseases, disorders and ailments of the
Kidney*, madder and urinary secretive
system, or attendant complaints, causing
pnln In tbe small of the back, sides, etc.,
J traducing urinary disorders, such as too
requent, scanty- difficult, painful '
ous mlclurltton.lnabllltyof ntent
sedimentary nrinc, dropsical an
.     symptoms,
clo.. denoting the presence In the system
uie.,u.un,in. ine nnwm'u m ».,)nvw
of diseases common to the urinary secretive orgaiu—known as gravel, catarrh of
th. bladder andpassageSiBr-'-'"- •■	
diabetes, dropsy, piles, nei
etc Send for pamphlet to
CO., Wholesalo Agents, Vie
ed by A. M. HBllBINO and
A CO., New Westmlnsten
I.RY. Ijiitnrt'. I nn,lln«: If. MrTOWKLI.
*00., HAWINOB8AWMIM.C0.,THE
VANOOUVKlt nulla 00., Vanoouver!
W. B. Mr^ARTNEV A lin6.,yanoouver
andjSa>nloop«i J. B. I/5VEI.U •lr'
,UAW, Wlost Valleys K.
xmlnops.
NOTICE.
VTOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
i.1 60 days after date I Intend to apply
to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works to purchase 480 acres of land situate
on Texada Island, Now Westminster District, and described as follows:
Commencing at the N.E. corner of tbe
8. E.J^of Sec. ft; thence North 40 ebalns:
thenoe West 80 chains; thence South 80
chains: thence East 40 chains: thenee
North 40 chains; thence East 40 chains, to
polntof commencement.
H. D. HELMOKEN.
Victoria, & C, April 32,1887.     dap25m2
NOTICE.
■VTOTICE IS HEHEBY GIVEN THAT
i.1 00 days after dnto I intend to upply
to the Chief Coimnlsslonerof liands and
Works to purchase 480 acres of lund [more
or less] situate on Texada Island, New
Westminster District, and described as
follows:
Commencing at the N.W. comer of N.E.
ti ot Sec. 8; thenco South 80 chains; thence
East 6 chains to shore lino; thence following meandering of shore lino In a northwesterly direction, 180 chains (moro or
less]; thence Eust«5chainB [more or less]
to point of commencement.
M. W. TYRWHITT DRAKE.
Victoria, B. a, April 32,1877.
iti
NOTICE.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT 00
. days after dato I Intend to apply to
..ie Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works lo purchase 480 acres of land on
Texada Island. New Westminister District,
desorlbed as follows:
Commencing at the S. E. corner of S.W.
Mof Sec, ft; thence East 40 ohalns: thence
mth 80 ohalns: thence West to shore
line; thence following meandering of
shore line In a north-westerly direction to
a E. corner of Sec. 4; thenoe North 10
chains [more or less]; thence East 40
chains to point of commencement.
JAMES LUMBERT SMITH.
Victoria, B. C, April 22,1887.     dap2Sm2
agarics.
WE HAVE APPLIED TO THE HON,
the Minister of tbe Interior for permission to out timber on the following
described tract of land, NewWestmlnster
District:
Commencing at a post marked "M," on
the south side of Scott creek, on the east
side and about 8 miles from the head of
Pitt lake; thenoe east along the bank of
said creek 40 chains;  thenee south 20
chains, thence west 40 chains, thence
north 20 chains, along the shore of the
lake to the point of commencement.
BRUNETTE SAW MILL CO., LD„
W. N. Dbaprr, Secretary.
New Westminster, 1.1th May, 1887.
dmy!7ml	
THE  STEAMER
"GLADYS"
UNTII,   FURTHER   NOTICE   WIM.
leave Wise's Wharf, for
Chllliwhack and Way Places
TUESDAYS «Y FRIDAYS
At7A.M.,
Returning tho following days.
For freight, Ac, apply on board or to
W. MATHERS,
dmhSlto On the Wharf.
U CITIS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail
DRUGGISTS,
New Weitnliiter* B. c.
dwmhlOtc
PAOino
New Westminster, B. G.
REID & CURRIE
UWffMfinEM* IWMTtltOF
Farm Wagons,
Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons,
Carriages,
Top Buggies,
Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
Butcher Carts,
Dog Carts,
Dump Carts,
Drays,        Stages,
AND EVERYTHING   IN  THE
VEHICLE LINE.
Second-hand Stages * Express Wag.
OBI for sale cheap.
■•■airing, Fainting * Trimming
done at reasonable prices.
BUGKSMITHINC
In all Us Branches,   Estimate, given on
Ironwork snd Contracts taken.
Horse-ShoeliiK and General
Jobbing.
We also keep in stock to supply th.
trade, Iron, Steel, Chains, Cumberland
Coal, Hon. ud On Shoes, Harrows,
Inn and Steel Harrow Teeth, Carriage
Springs and Axles, and a complete stock
of Carrian Hardware,
A lot ol arsulsss FloaghiA Har>
r«WI on hud.
■srWe have got the best workmen to be
had In the oountry, and we Import nearly
all th. stock we use Irom the east-conse-
quenllywecan offer Inducements to purchasers that we oould not have done some
time ago. All materia! nnd work leaving
iho shop will be ruaranleod to bo Justus
represented. Orders from th. oountry
promptly attended to.
dwaplltc MD ft OURRII
WW! iiJIMi iHt
JUBILEE PRICES
FANCY DRISS GOOSS^
Prints, Ginghams, Piques,
Jerseys and Parasols*
LADIES' & GENTS; SUMMER MERINO & COTTON UNDERWEAR. _
O li O *T T3L XOT'Ofci.'.:;
Men's, Boys' & Children's Straw Hats,
&c,,.:' dec. :
|^"For the next four weeks we will allow D por cent discount OU .all.!.,....
Parcels purchased excocding the sum of Two Dollars. ' " -.''"
WALKER A  SJMDWJEtW,
New Wrilminilcr. Hay 1Mb, un.
dw^yute
"WA.G-03STSi
ONE CAR Wtm
Just Received from the East per O. P. B.
This Consignment is First-claas in
every respect and will be sold
CHEAP - ®%&®3ti
vom ajsum e>SAf, '
Also, 1 Car-load Iron, Steel & Chain, Aa Mntl
t3F Having purchased at specially favorable rate, in th. «aat, v« i
are now prepared to do all sorts of BlaCkSBith Work at pries* con- ■
siderably lower than those that have hitherto prevailed.    Give ug a trirf.
REID & CURRIE,
iiwmyiTmi Paclffc Carriage Warka, CalnAla-'St.'
BRITISH   COUUMBIA
«fii.
THOMAS ALLSOP, ]
HENRY  S. MASON, .[•   DIRECTORS.
CUYLER A.  HOLLAND,    )
HEAD OFFICE, ■ 56 New Broad St., ■ LONDON, ENfiUNO.
The Business of ALLSOP k MASON hu been inerfeU In ths sbov.Oos.puy i
.nd will be carried on by the Company from this date as a general Land Invastimt I
and Insurance Agenoy.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rates.   Town Lists and Farming
Lands for Sale on easy terms.
Victoria, Il 0„ May mill, 1881. dwJeTsal
Bargains!   Bargains!
Gold & Sflnr ffalcles,
BRACELETS, PINS, LOCKETS, CHAINS, AC
Also a large  assortment of   SILVER.   PLATED   WARE
KNIVES, FORKS, SPOONS, &c.
WW AH Goods guaranteed to be as represented.
CM. McNaughten,
dw-jaiotc Colonial Block, New westmirnter, B, C.  ,
i    i  -j-.ii  .ii
New
The "GLOBE HOUSE"
Tl AVE RECEIVED A LARGE AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK Or
Dry Goods,       Milliner*.
Ladies' and Children's Underwear,
Children's White and oolorcd Dresses, for a« ages, «t low prieas.
Also, a variety of Bed QOiltS Md LMt OUtftMM, PiMfetS,
Satins, Velvets und Velveteens and Everything lr-pt itt a Ursulas
Dry Goods Shop.      f^Intpection invited,"^
■WTia.    Mr'
dwapmc
■n rrwr
COMMERCIAL PRWnNQ.
Tbb Columbian Pmntijm KnABumnrnJ
all kinds ot Commercial Printing.   SIH Htt4t. LAr Mtad*. UfMitM, ■■
Cards, Envelope!, Blank Formi of every dewsifption, PHte-f, DMbM.
PriceLlete,4c. Price.willt.f.mad t,kwa.tt.>..otWrf»■!»■.
firat-clnsw work is done. !"■■■*•» -' THI OUtey COLUMBIAN
Mtisa Osummm ramrnsessviur (inaru)
At ra.qpaapany'a Steam Printing K.-
tabllsnraent, Columbia St.
rilnnd l. tli. City dally.. .Be. per week
■MMaW'*. <"» rear !. 110.00
slleSfjaiy, sli months.  5.60
' SATS, M m IM.T.
■ts,—First Inser-
_--1, i ,dtaav.Hi.   —.      —
Do., 10ots. per line solid nonpareil; eaob
subwqueut consecutive insertfon, 3 ots. per
one. Advertisements not Inserted .very
*Ssy, U.Ms, per line each Insertion.
aswansc A4verUses.e.ls.-Regular
B..UM. or PnXM.lo.al Advertisement,
will be received allellowlDg rates: 1 Inch,
P per month' I let tl; U col. Is.*; K ool.
EE; 1 otl.tAi a laserGd tor Ins (Ban S
uioa. 10 per cent, will be added.
.racial Mattes* among reading matter,
20 cuw per line eaoh Insertion..-. Specials
calling attention to a4v.rtlsem.nta, locts.
per line.
Births, Marriages and Deaths, ,1 lor each
Insertion: Funeral Notices In connection
with deaths, it ets. neh InMrtlon,
A.rtl.a tak., when displayed, charted
SS per cent, less than transient advts, If
solid, oharged at rerulsr transient rates.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
■attwa every Wed.eMUy Menlng.
BiUvered In the City, per year...
ailed, per year...- 
Nailed, o months,......**...............
...W.00
 2.00
..._. I.S5
wish untnia wu.
Transient A«verUs«BWiits.-FlrsUnser-
Hon,Hots, per line solid nonpareil; sub-
sequent Insertions, 5 ets, per line.
StNStlsw A«vertUemats.-For 1 Inch,
11.60 per month; 3 Ins. ts perm.; Jlns. ttoo
Sr m.; 1 eol. ,lil.75 per m. If Inserted for
■ thulmoa.lt percent, will beadded
Speel.1 notices among .reading matter,
ets. per liM eaoh insertion.
Cats must bull metal, and forlargeonts
u extra rats will be eharged. No advt.
nuerted la either Issue for less thu ,1.
MEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Money Lost   Tills Office
Dissolution Notice Sully* Beawick
Fruit Tros.,to ■'.. J. L. Wdworth
Wuted.TT....,  Archie
Notice.......... .M. Lumby
Public rbHdays John Robson
gaiig gtitish Columbian
To-day being Saturday there ia no
mail front the east.
The William Irving wtnt up to Chilliwhack this morning.
The Gladys arrived from up-river
port, at 1 o'clock to-day.
Th. rift, association had target practice thia afternoon at the range.
A pip. maker in Hets haa been fined
tor selling pipe, bearing a carved heed
ot OeoMl Boulanger.
A large number ol people are availing themselves ol the Saturday excur-
ion* to the Hot Springs.
Bo.t-ownsOT.re busy over-hauling
and scraping their boats and prepar.
ing them for the jubilee races.
Th. Fraser it slowly subsiding, and
should th. cool weather continue no
doubt the water will not again rise
vary high.
A team of horses, artinted to a
stag, belonging to Mr. Jas. Wis., rah
away yesterday and did considerable
damage to the vehicle.
Passenger traffic on the river steam-
Coilisios. -On Thursday afternoon
two construction trains on the O.P.K.,
near Creigellacbie, came into collision,
killing W, Bowie, the roadmaater,
The trains were not damaged to any
extent, and tb, loss is reported very
light. __     -fr	
Rafihiy Advanuno.—Westminster
is making gigantic building strides..
The Columbian has learned from good
authority that another big block of
brick buildings will shortly be started
there by Lowenberg, Harris & Co.
The buildings will bo situated on
Front street, on what is known as the
Douglas estate, to the east of the
Armstrong building, and will extend
from that structure to Church street.
—Vic. Times. 	
Naw Fwimixo Mm..—The Columbia Milling Co., Spallumohcen, have
all th. mschinery on the ground and
are fitting it up with sll dispatch.
They expect to be in a position to grind
in about five weeks, and the whole of
British Columbia max. congratulate
themselves upon having as fine a roller
mill as Canada boasts. The capacity
is 100 barrels per day, and it is generally seceded in the upper country that
.11 the wheat they require to run tbe
mill to its full capacity will be forthcoming.— Times.
.     m —-
The Kajclooi'S Muiidbheh.—Hector McLean returned to Kamloops ou
Sunday last from an unsuccessful pursuit after the murderer of Spencer. A
cowboy brought in the news that he
had met the murderer on the Simlika-
msen river, maked his way to the
boundary line on foot and quite used
up. He had lost his horse and sold
his gun to a Siwash for 85. The cow -
boy affirms McLean was only ten
miles behind him when he turned back,
Sept. Koycraft, who wis in Kamloops
when McLean returned, organized another party, whioh started right away,
and with the information which they
now possess it is thought they will be
successful.—rimes.
Ronaway. -Yesterday afternoon Dr.
Bentley was bringing his horse snd
buggy out of the asylum grounds when
the horse became frightened at something and ttarted off at full speed towards the river. Instead of turning
on Colombia st. the frightened animal
went over the bank which is quite
steep, and disappeared from view.
When the doctor arrived at the scone
of disaster he found the buggy caught
in the brush not far from the street,
while half-way down the bank the
horse lay doubled up with its nose
under the root of a large stump. "It's
a gone horse," ssid the doctor; but
when he had released it from its uncomfortable situation it got up, shook
itself and walked away quite satisfiod
with its adventure.
Midsummer Examinations.
Who Obtained Diplomas.
The annual midsummer examinations
of the High School were held thia
morning. The examination was chiefly
of an oral character. The pupils wore
questioned in the following subjects:
Greek, Latin, Grecian History, English Grammar, Natural Philosophy,
Rhetoric, Composition, Geometry,
Mensuration. The pupils answered
readily and in an intelligent manner
the questions put to . them, and
exhibited a proficiency in their
studies. Miss Gibson read an
excellent essay on the Art of Printing,
in which she described intelligently
the mysteries of the printing office.
Miss Turner read a good skotch of
Westminster, nnd Master Davidson
road an admirable account of a trip on
the C.P.R. from the Pacific coast to
Montreal. . Mr. Stramberg then asked
Rov. Mr. Jamieson to present tho
diplomas. He explained that some of
the pupils were almost of equal merit
in two or throe subjects, but that it
was impossible for one pupil to obtain
two diplomas. Mr. Jamieson then
stepped on the platform and proceeded
to distribute the scrolls of merit. Miss
Kathleen Black won the diploma for
Punctuality and Regularity, Miss Mabel E. Millard the diploma for deportment, and James Rankin the diploma
for General Proficiency. Master Rankin deserves great praise. Mr. Stram-
berg read a letter from the superintendent of education whioh stated that
Master Rankin had made the highost
number of marks at the general examinations. Rankin has also made
the highest number of marks that has
been mado in the sohool in several
years, nnd justly deserved the praise
ho received. He is also tho winner of
the govoinor-genoral's medal. Mr.
Jamieson then congratulated the pu-
Sils on tho result of tho examinations.
Ir. Donald McGregor also made a
short speech, This brought the exercises to a cIobo and the scholars were
dismissed for their vacation. Among
the visitors present were Mrs. Black
and Miss Black, Mrs. Homer, Mrs.
Turner, Mrs. Edmonds, Mrs. Johnston, Mrs. Peele, Mrs. McKenzie,
Miss Major, Rev. Mr, Jamieson,
Messrs. T. J. Trapp, D. McGregor, E.
Rand, Davidson.
poses oi publlo advantage," bnt, at th.
instance of th. opposition (with which
this constituency appeared to be in
sympathy) the words, " or other purposes ot public advantage " were repealed, so that, now the executive is
powerless to nuke the grant desired.
Replying to n question as to whether
there was any hope of the old gaol site
being granted to the corporation for
eity purposes, Mr. Robson said that
question stood in precisely the same
position, the power to make the grant
having, as already stated, been taken
away.
Tus PBoron Chanjtel for the escape
from the system of imparities which
would, If they remained, poison the
blood, is through the bowels. When
the outlet is obstructed it may be disencumbered with Northrop k Lyman's
Vegetable Discovery tnd Dispeptlo Cure,
a remedy which regulates the system,
invigorates digestion, and is pute and
safe as well as effective. It cures all
diseases arising from impure blood.
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at the Columbian office. Prices will be
found lower than at any other office In
the province.—Adv. .     ,
§T. PAUL'S CHtmoH. Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. In
b Church, St. John street, below Royal
avenue. Seats free, all are cordially Invited. Sunday School at 3.30 p. v.
     (festtc)	
-aa-BTHODIST CB
111 Rev. 0. Watson,
it a. m. and 7 p. m. 8
Bible Class 2:80 p. m.
cordially Invited.
ETHODIST  CHURCH,   Mary St,
*■— " w-'—i, Pastor. Services at
Sunday School and
 p. m.   Prayor Meeting on
Thursdays at 8 p. m, ' Seats free; strangers
 .... ... ..-ik
Je7-E
APTIST church, Agnes Street,
i East of Mary Street Rev. Robert
nnle, Pastor, Lord!. Day Services at 11
a, m. and 7 p. m. Sabbath School and
Bible Class at 3:80 p. m. All seats free;
strangers cordially welcomed.   d-de24tc
Ler
A]
IiABOE InuheasFi.—At tho yourly
meeting in Exeter hall, London, of
the Wesleyan Missionary Society, the
chairman, Sir Charles Warren, so well
known from his official doings in South
Africa, spoke in the highest terms of
the nstives of Bechuenaland, and of
Hr■ ™!?!£"*5*™5™BW * "*** ! he said, were most successful who put
list .very time they urive.
Th. ttr. Rithet left thi. morning for
Viotoria at 7io'cloolt, i She had a very
heavy load ot freighb'sfa.nsVaiost oi
which hiS come from the esst.
Bunt Roycroft it still in pursuit ot
Frank Spencer, the Kainloops murderer, who it supposed to be hiding
soui.wh.ro new the boundary.
According to th. report of Ihe minister ol tnsrine .nd fisheries th. value
ot th* product of th. fisheries for this
prorine. for 1886 wu $1,677,000.
A Now York despatch says O'Don-
novan Rosea hu received an anonymous letter stating that twelve men
hav. been appointed to kill him before
the end of J une.
Mr. Bonson is placing a very tall
flagstaff in front ol hit star, on Columbia it. Th. pole is over 80 leet in
length, and, whan .noted, will be
one ot th. tallest in th. eity.
A very interesting programme hu
Wen prepared (or the conversation,
whioh tab. phot in th. Drill Shed
nut Tuesday night   Copies ot th.
Brugramnt. trill be distributed   on
ionday.
At the Nanaimo suites the grand
iury found a true bill against Tho.,
Cmbleton for abortion. Thiiou.hu
been twio. thrown out by grand juries,
and now InMttoa is said to be out ol
th. province..
Th. ref»lar bosinees meeting of th.
Y.M.C. A. it on Monday evening at 8
p.m. at the association rooms, aad all
mtmbtri ar. rtqoMtod to bt promt,
as ton. matters ot ipuitl inttrtw will
probably be ditcusstd.
It it now stated that Blake's symptoms aro alarming, and he will poti
tively retire from all publio work. H.
is threatened with paralysis. Hon.
Wilfred Laurier hat ben elected temporary leader of th. Liberal party,
Thru horse, wen stolen from th.
stable* of Hr. Taylor, hotel-keen**,
Langley on Monday night and taken
•trow tht tree. He followed them
snd wound th* aortas bat th* thievu
mad. thsh-uospe. It it iinpowdtniy
wan half-brMds.
Oto. H. Miller hat bun found guilty
ot murder In th. irot Attjreo, at Buttle, for tb* murder of J. M. Coleman
and Wilbur Pstttn, near Seattle, in
1888. Th* jury wu out one hour and
forty-five minute* sod brought In a
tulsd verdict Thi* i. the third trial.
Th. Virteti. 7N«m otlebnted th.
Srdunlvwuty ot its birthday on
Thursday. Our ootemponry hu dis-
playtd ooatldirabl. .nurpriu during
th.putTurup*eially,.ndUlominy
rasputt aa Hatlwt newtemtt, Mr.
TempUsnu It aow manager IneUed of
fa tho report of an Interview with
Mr. Bfsh* ob tht Ir oil sehttn*, whioh
abound jtatttity, it wu stated that
th. ruin wst found bw. only in tb*
"tiaakt and brsneku." It should
ahka Ih* trust of flsW tr* con-
, flu wtus tystrn.
 i,&«_yH*r*»»***»
their Christianity before their Church.
The progress of the society's operations
m.y be seen from the fact thlt when
the Queen oiine to the the Throne it
had 306 missionaries grouped in 180
circuits, with (14,601 members. The
income waa £76,000, and expenditure
£70,000' Theineome for 188G mis
£143,182, Themiuion circuits were
now 1,969; the chapels and preaching
stations 10,919; ministers and missionaries 2,692, and members 430,247.-
fllooe.	
Mr, Geo. Tolen, druggist.Cliavcnhurst,
Ont, writes: "My customers who have
used Northrop k Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure says that It
hu done them moro good than anything
they have ever used. It has indeed a
wonderful influence in purifying the blood
ud curing diseases of the Digestive
Organ, the Liver; Kidneys, aud all disorders of the system.
Personal.
T, J. Armstrong left for Yale to-day
via the O.P.R.
J. C. Armstrong went up to Harrison Hot Springs to-day.
A. Rand, of this city, and E. E.
Rand, of Vancouver, went up to the
Hot Springs to-day.
J, B. Ferguson and Mrs Ferguson
arrived from Victoria today via
Vancouver, and are stopping at the
Colonial.
Mitt Armstrong, principal of the
Victoria girls' department in the Central school, will spend hor holidays
thii year visiting her old home and
friends in Ontario. She will leave for
the eut immediately after the vacation
set. in, whioh will be for seven weeks
this year.
It is reported that the Rev. John
Murray, of New Glasgow, Nova Scotia,
hu resigned his charge there and is
about to remove to British Columbia.
The reverend gentleman is well known
in the upper country, especially in
Nioola, where he hu a brother, Hugh,
also well know and highly uteemed.
Mr. Andrew Smith, secretary and
treasurer of the Carolina Oil & Creosote Co., of Wilmington, N.C., left
for hit home this morning. Mr, Smith
crossed the river and started by vehiole
for Blaine, u ho wished to examine
the timber on the other side of tho
Fraser. During his stay here Mr.
Smith hu made enquiries concerning
the rate of taxation and the harbor
facilities of the city. Evidently he
means business.
Public School Promotions,
The following stitement gives the
names of pupils in the city public
schools who were promoted to higher
divisions at the late examinations:
Promoted reoM 3rd Div. Bors
(Miss MoBbide's) to 2nd Div. Gnus.
—Bertha Don, Maud Peorce, Lulu
Grant, Bessie Cunningham, Amy
Grimmer, Mabel Harvey, William
Vianon, Charley Major, Cliff Lord,
Eugene Dewitt, Charles Myres, Arthur
Innsley, Wm. Hsdden, Howard Luster,
James Cameron, Earnest Giilics.Iiobt.
Bnuiohlcy, John Oalbiok.
From 2nd Div, Girxs (Miss Davidson) to 2nd Div. Boys.—Cassie Austin,
Isabel McLeod, (Ionium, James
Grimmer, Clarence Ackerman, Newton
Ackerman, Maggie Cameron, Marion
McMurphy, Rout Homy, Arthur
Herring, Helen Ross, Lome Ross,
Stella Taylor, Newland Robinson,
Edwin Johnstono, Jean Currie, May
McFuden, Maria Reid, Walter Edmonds, Alfred Pittendrigh, Maurice
Cochrane.
Fbosi 2nd Div. Boys (Mr. Ooatu-
am's) to 1st Div.--RosaLennie, Daisy
Edwards, Ethel Cunningham, Annie
Trew, Laura Eickhoff, Ella Howay,
Bella Hume, Grace Eraser, Murray
Grant, Earnest Dodd, Geo. Gray, Jos.
Greig, Samnel Hume, Jno. Gibbard.
From class B (2nd boys) to class A:
VidaVuss, Berths Hatherly, Robt.
Galbraith, MnryHaddon, Peter Grant,
Edgar Murchie, AdaEwen, Hsmbridge
Millard, Fred. Campbell.
SENion Gnus' Din. (Miss Ron-
bus)—Promoted from classB to class A:
Eva Insloy, May Douglas, Florence
Sprott, Marion Downie, Liszie Rankin, Florence Elliott, Annie Turner,
Nellie Jaokson, Bertie Ackerman, Eva
Oarr.Evnngeline Hughes, Fanny Mead.
Fbom Senior Boys' Div. (Mb. Wilson's) to High School.—Jno. Guest,
Eugieno Rosseau, Win. Simpson, John
Kennedy, Mary Murray, Gertie Millard. From Class 0. to Claw B. in
senior boys' division: W. Sprott, S,
Taylor, Geo. Williams, Archie Trew,
E. McBrido, A. Webster, H. Cunningham. From class'B. to class A., same
division: A. Whiteside, 0. Shiles, R
Lcnnic, B. Konnedy, F. Whiteside,
Jno. McLeod, Harry Major.
UMOK LODGE He, t, A. P.
Av A. M.— The regular Communications ot this Lodge are
.    .    . heldontuenrstMondaylneaoh
month. Sojourning brethnn are cordially Invited to attend
PETER GRANT,
fe33-tc Secretary.
MONEY LOST.
A PURSE CONTAINING A SMAIX
A sum of Money lout on the Ota Inst,
Finder will be suitably rewarded on leaving same at this offloe. djelltS
Change of Name.
THE UNDERSIGNED FIRM DOING
business In Boots and shoes on Columbia Street will hereafter be known as
"Sr>at * UmIsh,"
i      .... SS°- H- OBANT A CO.,
June 8th, 1887. NewWestmlnster.
■ d]eOwl
To Contractors ft Builders.
WHOLE AND SEPARATE TENDERS
will lie received by the undersigned
up to noon on Thnnday thcisthor Juae,
for the erection of a THREE •STORY
BRICK BLOOK for Hewn. W. J. Armstrong and E. 8. Scoullar. Plans and
specifications can be seen at this offlee on
and after the llth Inst.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
G. W. GRANT, Architect,
McKensle Street.
New West., B.C., June d, 1887.     djefltd
B. G. Penitentiary I
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
tho undersigned until 12 o'clock noon
on Monday, June 27th, 1887, for supplying
the Penitentiary from July 1st, lSSi, to
June 30th, 1888, with the following nrUcleB:
1. Coal—Wellington screened,
2. Beef.
8. Bread—whlto and brown.
4. Salmon [red], fresh and sail.
fi. Groceries.
8. Blankets [white, 4-pt.], per pair.
7. Flour—best brand in market.
a Leather nnd Findings for Shoe Shop,
detailed liBts nf which oan be obtained on
application atthe Penitentiary.
Neither the lowest or any tender necex*
Bartly accepted,
Samples may be seen and blank forms
of tender obtained on application to the
accountant at the Penitentiary.
No tender will be considered unle^ou
these blank forms.
Imperial weights and measures required. All articles supplied to baot thenest
quality.
[Slgnedl,
June 8th, 1887.
ARTHUR H.McBRIDE,
Warden.
dje9td
D. DRYSDALE & GO.
IMPORTERS, JOBBERS A DEALERS IN
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, LINNOLEUMS
House Furnishing Goods.
Men's, Youth's & Boys' Clothing,
Underwear, Shirts. Collars,
Ties. Socks, Hats & Caps.
.  '■• —i	
We always carry a VERY LARGE STOCK to select from
and give a GQOg AKT?C£E at REASONABLE RATES,
D. DRYSDALE & CO.,
dwjefto 73 Columbia St., New Westminster.
PROGRAMME
WANTED.
QUITE A QUAKTITY OF SHEEP,
Chickens, old or young Ducks, or
other poultry. State price delivered at
Westminster. Terms cash,
ARCHIE, Colonial Hotel,
djelltS , Westminster.
Fruit Trees, &c.
Trees, J
NY PERSON IN WESTMINSTER or
vicinity wishing to purchase Fruit
 j, Plants, Shrubs, Ornamental Trees,
etc, at prices less than half what they
*-ave been paying, will please call on or
Idress J. L. WALWORTH,
Colonial Hotel.
djelltS NewWestmlnster.
arenas.
mHE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
i. of the Shareholders of the Shuswap
ft Okanagan Railway Company for the
election of Directors and other general
Eurpof.es, will be,held at the office of the
[amlllon Powder Company, Government
Street, viotoria, du Tuesday, July Bib,
1887, at 11 o'clock a. m.
M. LUMBY,
JelldtlwtS Sec. 8. ft 0. R. Co.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION,
VrOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ill the partnership heretofore existing
between tho undersigned as General
Blacksmiths and Wagon Hakers has this
day been dissolved by mutual consent.
Mr. E. Bully will collect all accounts duo
the late Arm and settle all claims against
Dated this JOth day pf May, 1887.
J. E^BULLY.
djellml
3. UENWICK.
PROVINCIAL BEOBRTARY'B OFFICE,
9th Juno, 1887.
TTIH EXCELLENCY TRE (JOVERNOR
fl General having appointed Tuesday,
trie Slst Instant, as a day of general
thanksgiving and rejoicing Incommem*
oration of the fiftieth anniversary of the
accession to tbe Throne of Her Most Gra-
olons Majesty the Queen, anil His Honour
the I.leutenanWtovernor ■—' '-'
ed Wednesday, the find l__. _._
Holiday for the same purpnso, the offices
nor havl ngoppolnt
"""--*, nsaPnt"
Worn.
Tbe Dead.
William K. Sheridan, the celebrated
American tragedian, is dead in Sydney, Am,	
An Ottawa despatch says Hr. Kara-
per, representing an enormously
wealthy syndicate, hu made nn offer
to th. government for the purchase of
the entire system of the Intercolonial
railway. The schemo proposed is next
in magaitnd. to the Canadian Pacilic.
It Is the intention of the syndicate t„
Import on. thousand skilled workmen
for th* tovalapawnt of the iron industry of Nor. Scotia.
Report or Park Committee.
Iho committee appointed by th.
public meeting having inttr.iewed th.
lion provincial secretary with a view
to having iho park handed over to tha
oity fur use aa a publio pleuur.ground,
have to roport that, owing to a change
in the law, the government has trot
power to grant the request. As will
be seen from Mr. Robson's reply hereto attached, the government had power
to deal with such matters previous to
lut session; but in conquence of an
amendment introduced at the instance
of tho opposition, and carried by th.
house, this power was taken »w»y in
as far as it related to making grants of
land for such purposes. While tha
intontion of the promoters of the
amendment may have been proper
enough, the effect uf it upon our oity
has been most unfortunate, and it is
to be regretted that Mr. Bole (our eity
member) did not guard our interests in
this matter. If he had don. ao there
would probably have been no difficulty
in securing the park, and also the sit.
asked for oity hall.
D. S. Curtis,       IX Diokimoh,
Hon. Sec.        Chairman Com.
Hon. Mr. Robson said it wu the intention of the government to extend
the asylum grounds somewhat, handing
over the remainder to the eity for the
purposes of a public park, and the
late chief commissioner and he had
traced out boundaries fer that purpose!
but, unfortunately for that scheme, the
power to make the grant had been
taken away by the legislature. Under
the "Land Act, 1884," as under previous acta, the lieuteiisnt-governor.in.
council had power to make free or
partially fro. grants " fer th* enoour-
•gnaant of immigration or othtr pur-
ed Wednesday, the ttnd Inst, ns a Public
Holiday for the same purpose, the offices
of tho Provincial Government will be
iloscd nn those days.
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON.
djelltd Provincial Mecrctary.
Power of Attorney.
\TOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN THAT
\\ during my nbienee Mr. Horatio Webb
otChllllwfiack hold* my powor of attor*
iiuy.                   GEO. HASHWELIj.
dwmyaoml	
CELEBRATION
NEW WESTMINSTER
JINK 14th A 15th, 188T.
Opening of the Park.
Royal Artillery Salute.
Torchlight Procession
Horse, Boat & Canoe Racing.
(James and Sports.
'...■... ,-.. City Band.
WThe various Committees will spare
no pains to mako tho Celebration a success.
HORSE RACING, Kill JUNE, 9 A.M.
CoMMiTTKE.-n. Elliott, D. McPhaden,
J. Punch, A. G, Gamble, W. Moresby.
1st Race—open to nil comers—catch
weight*. Entrance feo IS per cent. Half
mile heats, best 2 In a First price $200
With entrance added; Becond horse savos
entrance.
2nd Race—Running-open to all local
horses. Entrance fee 10 per cent. Half
mile race, best 2 In 8. First prlxe 975, Second horse saves entrance,
3rd Race—Running-open to common
saddle horses. Entrance tee 10 per cent.
Half mile heats, best 2 In 8. One prixo f IS.
(Judges to determine which are common
stddlenorscs). ,
4th Raco—Running—Indian ponies. En*
tranco fee fl. Half mile race, best 2 In 8.
First prise 910, Second 95.
Three horses to enter and two horses to
start In eaoh race. Decision of Committee
to be final,
All entries for races, except race No. 4,
to be-mnde (before 12 noon to D. McPhaden) on Monday 18th inst.
Hoises for first raco to be on tho ground
ntOa. m, sharp. Fifteen minutes to be
allowed between each heat.
NOTICE TOTAXPAYERS.
Asiessment Act and Provincial Revenue Tax.
WW WESTMIMTM MSTBICT.
VTOTICB 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
J3I Provincial Revenue Tax and nil
Taxes levied under the Assessment Acts,
for the year 1SM7, are Une und payable at
my office.
Additional expense .will bo avoided by
paying same on or before tho Both Inst.
O. WARWICK,
Assessor A Collector.
New Westminster, June 10, ls«7. dwjelgtd
TENDERS FOR
Brick Building!
mENDERS WILI, BE RECEIVED BT
A the undersljrncd up to noon on MONDAY, an-K INHT,, for constructing a a-
story Brick Building on Lot I, Block 1,
Frsntstreet.
Plans and spccincatlon. can be seen at
the office of Henry V. Edmonds, MeKensle street.
ThMowestor any tender not necessarily
JNO. A. WEBSTER.
accented.
dJCTtd
TENDERS.
mENDERS WILL BE
1   tho undersigned at '
o'clock a. m. of aTnaay.
"ILJJIN^rjbSMieupley
1E0EIVEU BY
letorla until 10
s-i.—i.-i         , tht Bank of
B,O..tNew'Westminster. Tendon may
be haaded H. V. Edmonds, Esq., fie*
WestmlnsUr, where th. plans may now
be.se.ii. Pl»ns oan alsolw seen at my
lolorla.
BOAT AND CA1VOE RACINC!.
Committee.—Alex. Ewcn.J. A.Latdlaw,
Wm, Johnson, Capt. A. Grant, Wm. Vlan-
eu, J. E. Inslcy. .   ,
Railing raoe for open boats not to exceed
00ft, In length, H boats to start. Entrance
fee 16.00. First prise 880.00; Hecond 920,00.
Sailing race to begin at 2 p.m, Uth of
June.
Four Oared dig Race, open to all comers,
with or without outriggers or sliding seats.
Entrance 92.60. First prise 950.00; Second
110,00. To bo rowed on the Ht h of June at
4 p. m. 	
Fishing Skiff Buce.
Two pair sculls (white men) open to all
comers. Entrance 91.00. First prise 912.-
SO: Second 910.00. To be rowed on the 14th
of June.
Boys Rnco~(white) under 18 yean, two
pair nulls, First prise 97.80: Second 92,60.
To be rowed on tbe 14th of June.
Indian CanooHacc—(lfl In each canoe)!
First prise 930.00, second prlso 97.50.
Indian Oanoe Roce-fll men In each
canoe).  First prise 922.00, sect md 95.80.
Indian Canoe Race—(2 men In each
canoe). First prise HOO.
Indian races to commence on the 15th of
June, at 3 p. m,
Single Scull Race, open to all comers.
Pi-Ims 95.00. To bo rowcj on tho 10th ut
June.
Decision of Committee to bo final. Throe
boats, iklfls or canoes to enter.
IDgMl
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, Sufiicld, Pagoda, Marchioness, Ellen Terry, 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.
every
dwapotc
Great additions have been raade.tjp pur usual heavy Stock, i
f Department, including Mens Clothing"aricf Furnishing.
JAMES ELLARD 8c CO'.,
■O'
ruriiilare, Jfatl
description.
BRITI3H BLUE MOHLED SOAPi,UMU^-"W*.
BRITISH BLUE MOHLED SOAPu nMBt^fcuW.
QUEEN'S JUBILEE SOAPbUMUfpMMdfor th' to™.
PEN'S JUBILEE SOAP •#£** housbho^.
NO. I PALE YELLOW SOAP"' samin
PENDRAY'S BORAX SOAP "**■* rasa.
PENDRAY'S ELECTRIC SOAPi,the «».a.>4>».
GAMES AND NPORTN.
Couhittek.—L. V. Bonson, P. Clinton.
W. 3. Corbett, W. Ross, p. (Jront, X. Mow-
alt, F. Crake, J, Sprott^
TO COHXKHCK 10 A. M„ ISTlt JUKI!.
400-yard Raco. Kntronco tee 11.00. First
prise ,10; Seoonil M.O0.
)00-yard Raoo. Entrance foe 11.00. First
prise iMoiBecond H00.
Hurdle Raoo [Shllrdlesl. Kntranoo toe
•1.00.  First prise ,10.00; Second HOO.
RunnlnK Lour Jump. Entrance60els,
First prise 11.00! Scooga 13.00.
Standing Long Jump. Entrance so ets.
First prise W.00; Second H.00.
Running High Leap. Entrance GO ots.
First prise 81.00; Second 12.00; Third 11.00.
Running Hop, step and Leap, Entrance 00 ots. First prise M.00; Second D.00
Standing Hop, Step A Leap. Entrance
Mots. First prise M.00: SeoondJMO.
J^alUBf. 'Enlrono. Mots. Mrst prise
W.00; Second M; Third 19.00.
Threo:logg_od Raoe. .Entrance 00 ols.
First prise fi.00; Second 1450.
Wheelbarrow Raoe. First prise S5.00;
Second 13.50.  Enlranee tree.
Sack Race. First prise 10.00; Second M.-
SO. Entrance free.        '.-
Boys Race [under 15 years]. Entrance
free,  Flrstprlse 13.00;Hnrondn.w.
Tug ot War - Between Artillery and
imaa, viuwjriH.
^wsai3^r•,h•',«MW"'•ol
iJltW       S.»,n»l*3B,AKihlWct.
TOKCHLIOBT   PROCESSION
In Canoes and Boats on Fraser River on
the evening of the Uth,
In the DRILL 8HED on Wednesday Even-
ing, 16th Inst.      	
ajTExourslon Rate, on Steamer, and
Railways-Round Trip Tlokets, One F.M.
PENDRAY'S BARBER'S BAR SOAP"*' ™™™.
PENDRAY & CO.,
■■nM.lltKet, Tlot.ru, B.r.
Manufactured only by
dwmySMo
LOT FOR SALE.
T OT U, BLOCK 7, COLUMBIA AND
Jj Front St.. Apply oft tb. promises,
to. **' JA8.KI&NEV.
Cooper Stock.
PUTTER FIRKINS OF ALL SIZES
JJ (workmanship warranted); Fish Barrel, and halt barrels. Any person In
wantoftbese goods Is Invited to call and
WMltoftbosegoodsl
examine tb. nrtloles.
n»«t to the Foundry.
dwje!w3
Shop, Front SU,
JAS. KINNEY.
Transfer Comp'y
N8W WKSTaMSTER, B. 0.
Buki SUgti Linij ud FM EtaUu.
HAOK~BATl».
From the Stand to nny one point
south of Royal Avenue,e'oh person.   25
From th. sj»»nd to any one point
within th. city limits, one person....   60
jBao»jaddlUon»l ptrsdn................    %
To or from steamer or Train-same
as above.
Driving by Ih. hour-nut hour.  3 60
Following tiours-eaeli ,.,  1 60
Hack to Vanoouver and Return....;..*.. 10 W
11     rort Moody .nd Return...  T60
dWto Tel.phoa.CiMls-M*IM,
Business Chancel
ww uh.iiich amiiw us. as. V\\ig , in/lMf. •■nil
to visit his bom. .broad, on  buslnas
omr. for Mle hi. stock and lnlwMK
easy l»not-% oaah down; balance o.<
time. Apply at this OfHee. dJeTto
NOTICE.
T HEREBY OIVE NOTICE THAT I
I, intend muklng application to the
chief Commissioner of Tdnds and Works
for permission to purchase two unsnr-
veyed Islands In th. South arm of Fraser
Klver, lying to tho south of LotsJ9,aroup
I, and containing 100 acres, mora or lew.
STEPHEN IIINUHLIFFE.
May 8,1887. dnytntS
BAZAAR
DRILL SHED
Tuesday, lift June
MUUlt
riHE LADIES -
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