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Array HonAEBD,.,.
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VOXUMB S
NBW WESTMINSTER, B.O.,,SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 4, 1887.
NUMBEK 130
T\sWOLI> IMITM, M.D.
OFnOB-Clarkson Btnet, opposite rear
entrance of Colonial Hotel.
USIDENOE—A.nes St., opposite new
Baptist Church.
OFFICE HOUHS-10 a. m. to 13 noon; 9
tot; andtitotolp.m. dnoioto
L*
M. MACLItAN, B. A., H. D„ 0. M.
OFPICEi MoKensle Street, next door to
Drill Shed.
RESIDENCE: A|nes Street, third house
from Mary StrutT'
OFFICE HOUBS: 10 to 13; 3 lo 0;«:S0 to 8.
-■ '■ 'd-del8tc •    ;   ■   ■'J.g
H.
Sf.COOPBR.B. a.', as. D.i
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
 .Wljl .,..„	
8.S0toSp.m. Calls lu town and oonn-
try promptly attended to.     .. teste
p*BMIW A MeCwU,
BAlttUSTERs,
solicitors, bio
Offloe, Mekentl. Street,Hew Westminster,
and Vancouver, B. 0. JySldwtc
rnc.A.TKia.oii,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Ac.
MeKensle Street,
dwleiotc New Westminster, B.C.
K
A. JBIftS,
BARRISTER-AT-LAW,
Will commence business on the 1st of
Julyproi.
Offloe st the . _
Ksq.,Mackensle Street
ot H. V, Edmonds,
"      dmyaltc
HT   NORMAN BOLE,
: BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
Lead Agent. Honey to Loan.
Columbia St,, New'Westminster, a C;
and Tallow's Block, Comble St, Vancouver, B.C. ,   se2
G.
ARCHITECT
At A. J, Hill's Offloe,
fl  B.H.OW, ' J."<**
C- ABCHl*ECt.,—     .«
.i aal hi i.tut n.
OFFICE, for thcpresent, at resldenoo on
Clinton Street.
ar Word may be left at D. Lyal's Bookstore, dwfeoto
/IAFT. PITTBHDIMOH,
LAND AOENT, AC, AC
Columbls street,
d-delte Near Crescent, N. W.
m J. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columbia Street,. ....New Westminster
All commissions wilt receive prompt
and careful attention. Belt references
tlven when required. mhll-to
W. D. FERRIS,
UDi SOUS Us SEXshUL iSDIT
Bent and Debt collector.
siTiut sooo rum rot bill
Ateal **» Ik. TRAVEUrs UFA sad
ACUMTT MMRAHCI CaaPANT.
■misrsl. Can.
OFFICEi-Ferrls Street, New Westminster, feltc
R1
RAND BROS.
■Ab RSTATR BROKER.,
OsuiT.rsus.erSi CsllMtsre,
As. Ia.araae.Af.ats,
Offlees at VICTORIA! Fort direct,
NEW WESTMINSTER: Corner
McKensle soil Clsrkson Sts.
VANCOUVER, Cordova Street
BUILDING LOTS for sale In all sections
of Vancouver and New Westminster City,
FARM LANDS of superior quality for
sale at Chllliwhack, Tort Hammond,
ner's til
HBH
Mips and Plans eihlblted and the full-
s.t Information furnlshedstsll ouroffloes.
feSOte
ih River.
Power of Attorney.
,JY GIVEN THAT
...._ J Hr. Hor.Uo Webb
dwmyaoml  	
— WO —
fllmiOlD
HAVING BEEN  APPOINTED SOLE
Agents In this Hrovlnoe for a nura-
 In. manufacturers In Canada.
we aro prepared to furnish prices and full
Turtleu\ars of sll kinds of mschlnery for
Aims
Hardware,
HsrneH,
Builders' Supplies,
Show Cases,
FM8ER * LEONARD,
minus's Bleak,    >    Cwdsv. MreH,
.    VANCOUVER, B. 0.
as
psrtlculsrs of sll kinds of mschlnery tor
Kw Hills, Shlnsle Mills. rMlori.s.Fuuu-
dries ud Machine Shops, Includln. Engines and Boilers, stationary and portable, both new and second-hand! alsoi
Rubber..sllln.,
J-ubrlo.tln.Olls,
Emery Wbs*ls,
Brick Machines,      _ ,.,
HolsUng Blocks.      Gas Machines,
Ship.' Blook. Iron Tool.,
Brashes joj Braoms.P>lnts sad Oils,
FelrbSuks' HmIm,  RrToeM.V^rio;
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WUABF STREET • T10T0BIA.
I il   Aomns tos  -
North British and Mercantile
Inrarance Co. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON A CO.,
88 Flnebury dross,
London, B. C.
THE CLARENCE
Owner YatMAAoigUifitreeti,
* VICTORIA, l.: C,
FRANK D. RICHARDS, Jr.
UNCI
TOURISTS'HEADQUARTERS: FIRST
Clasa in every iwpect   \fm_r tap-
 Jegai .
polntments.  Prfcef Moderate.
  —. iwpecfc- w*_r mp*
Blletl with all C«Bt«ueic«f «f Motifrm
loteU. New and Elegant In all ltiAp>
Thin magnificent Hotel Is now open tor
tbe reception of Quests.
MTNo pains will be spared by the man*
agement to make this Hotel pleasant and
attractive. . dooSto
THOS.  OVENS,
| | MANUFACTURER OF .
Blacksmith and Machinist
All Kinds of Mschlnery, Patent Looks,
Safes, Sewing Machines, Ac., Ac.,
Kepaired.-   ..>, J
BLACKgMITHINC
In ail Lta branches. Farmers', Loggers',
Mill and Contraot Work; Agricultural
Implements, and everythfiig in tbe
blacksmith line made to order. - ■
Having secured Ant-class workmen, we
feel confident ot giving satisfaction.
»«r Horse-shoeing a specialty.
dw-Jly3lt«1   Columbia St., New Wjcst.
■t^i^r
■ HSAB .ME)-
For I. Will Speak.
Whereas on oertatn boughs and sprays
Now divers birds are heard to sin.,
And sundry flowers their heads upraise,
Hall to the coming on ot spring.
THE AFORESAID BIRDS HAY NOT
bo able lo speak In the English language; but It they could, no doubt you
would have heard ere this of the splendid
assortment of
BOOTS and SHOES
a
Just received from the East, and which
are open to the tnspeetlon of the Publlo.
We have also on hand a stock of
Rubber Goods.
Which we desire customers for at once.
Also, on hand: bob Tea Fellah, Day **
Martin Btarklag, Preach Drauiaf. ■■•
Mau Waterproof Blarklai. Bibber Ce-
■teat, and other articles too numerous to
mention, but which are generally found
lu a Boot and Shoe Store.
GEO. H. GRANT k CO.,
ColumbiaSt, New Westminster,
Orders by mall promptly attended to.
dwaplto
THE LEADING
BOOTiSHOE
ESTABLISHMENT
—or THE—
Mainland of B. C.
Colonial Hotel Hock, Colimbl. 81.
$10sO00~STOCX
now' en route.
this house hakes annually
a great reduction In prices to make
loom for the largest and best assortment
of Boots and Shoes ever imported Into
this country, from the principal Houses
of Germany, France, Great Britain, the
United States anil our gnat Dominion,
500 LINES KEPT OH HAND.
CALL AND SEE MY STOCK BEFORE YOU PURCHASE.
lOOll Ud BaOM, ham Mo upwards,
felt A Robber flood. A Tub-Tubi
of Ml kinds.
Lilies'A sells'BIlHtTl forXmu-
the loveliest «ver seen.
II lliu of lidlei', Mines' 4 Child-
COME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLDKN. ',
TTAVINO TAKEN  POSSESSION OF
XT the "Temperance House," fronting
onOolnmblaand Church streets, opposite
the Episcopal Church, and now known
as the
FARMERS'HOME I
Will accommodate the traveling public
' i following ratest
atthe
'Board per day. ...
ii     ii ^reek *...
Single Heals. .'.'.'.'.'."."
Bids........	
....- 11 00
_% 5 00
H.L..L  as
     36
lMLQood accommodation for Ladles and
Flowers for sale
mytto
c.
HAV1NO TAKEN
WM. R088,
CI.BUI aetel meek, ClassbU M.
dwnoUte
Cream & Fancy Cakes
^-00 T(J—
A. DIEBEL'S
FRONT STREET, 0»». 0. P. N. WsUW
Lnnflbom'sBnlldlng, Front St
(Formerly occupied by Kyle A Tllton),
IS NOW READY
to serve hli ouitomen and everybody
with aa good a itook aa a man wants to
■elect from.
Dnr Oeadi, •Sreceriea. - Provlileiw,
Cndury. OlaHware* Beoti, Ac.
Oome and tee tho new place, and let ui
know what you thlek of it.
dwoeisto o. Mcdonough.
CHARLES MURRAY,
CLABKSOK BTBEET,
Opp. Beg li tr j OBee, Sew West'r.
Bow, Sign aad Ornunentil Faistis;.
fsPIR NANOINB, QU__, HISOIIIIIHO, Ao.
WALLPAPER.
The largest assortment of Wall Paper
In the Oity, oomprislng newest patterns,
always on hand at bottom prices, Sam*
Sles on view at T. B. Pearson A Co.'s
tore, Columbia St.   raper ftuuaUw at
speoially low rates. daelSto
E. HUTCHERSON,
, .NURSERTMAJJADBALERIN
Fratt and Ornamental Trees.
LADHiW Landihq, Bi 0.
mHB SUBSORIBBR WISHES TO IN-
1 iorm the people of British Columbia
thanbe Jias established a Nursery at Ladner's Landing, and la prepared to All
all orders for Fruit Trees, Ornamental
Tfwes, tlluvbbery/;Vines, Small Fruits,
Ao. Trees Imported or home grown according to the wishes of customers. The
subscriber has bad a thorough'practical
training In tbe business, ana having a
permanent state In the country It tints
Interest to deal fairly with the public He
will wait upon the varioas towns and settlements shortly, and all orders will have
his MMonal atfenUon.	
aulSte B, HUTCHERSON.
New Westminster
THB ABOVE WORKS HAVE BEEH
opened In the Building formerly occupied by Morgan the Barber,
Oil Door Weil of Dickinson'. Batcher Shop.   .
Call and Inspect our work and obtain
prices.
We are the only practical Kunle Csl-
ters on the Mainland.
Always in stock, a good assortment of
MONUMENTS,
HEADSTONES,
MANTLES, Etc.
MIDGE k MONCK.
New West, April 18,1887.        dwaplsto
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Nnrlj (pronto the ColonUl Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THB LABOBST AND  CHOICEST
assortnunt ot all descriptions ol
MEATS AND VESETABLES
Constantly on hand, snd supplied to Fsra.
Hies, Restaurants, and Steamboats at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
■NOTICE.
la Ike statter <r Ihe Estate of Bsrld
Wells, Isle ef Upper Sssus, deceased,
■■testate.
ALL PEBSON INDEBTED TO THE
Estate of the late David Wells, must
paytheamountofsuohlndebtnessto me
it New Westminster, H, c, forthwith.
And all nelsons having claims ssnlnst
the said Estate must send tho some In,
duly proved, on or teforeistb June next.
Dated this Uth April, A. D.. 1887.
E.A. JENNB,
.plMmJwl Administrator.
lfOTIOE.
WB'ttAVE APPLIED TO THE RON.
the Minister of the Interior for a
license to cut and carry away timber from
tbe following described tract of land, situated mam Westminster District i
Commencing at a stake on the south
side of DeBeek creek, on tbe west side and
about throe salles south from the head of
Pitt Lake; thenoe      	
lit Lakei thence west along the bank of
ild creek M chains:  tbeuce south to
lalns, thence east SO ebalns, thenco
north 49 ohalns to point of commencement! containing about 80 ncrcs, more or
""BRUNETTE SAWMILL00.,LD„
„   .._      W.N.tTrap,r,»«retary.
May MUX dmyfcal
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A|marvelot
pUiity.strenfrthandwholesomeness. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold in compe'ltlon with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans.
Royal Baking Powder Co., 106 Wall St..
New York. 8fely
TOJ,ET.
n BOOMED HOUSE ON AONESSTR'T,
0  Rcnt-810 per month.  Apply to
dmylltc       HENRY V. EDMONDS..
Safe tyr Sale.
i NO. 10 TAYLOR'S SAFE", lu mod
A order; 21x26 Inches Inside; will be
sold cheap. Apply at this office. dwtel2to
Shares for Sale,
1Aft SHARKS iN THE   BRUNETTE
1UU Sawmill Co., Limited.
H. L. DeBECK, Manager.
Now West., Mnr.lOtb, 1887.        dmhlote
FOR   SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN the LANG-
leySuw nnd Planing Mill; mill m
good order. For partlonlnrs apply on the
premises to H. WEST,
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JACKSON,
apUlc * HELMOKKN, Victoria.
Farm for Sale.
CONSISTING OP TWO LOTS OF IBS
and 160 acres (which will be sold together or separately); 8 miles from New
Westminster; first-class land; about 85
acres dyked; balance Prairie and Bush;
will be sold at a bargain. _ 1
Apply to C.G. MAJOR,
dwmhStc ti   New Westminster.
For Sale Cheap.
ONE 12-HORSE-POWER PORTABLE
Engine; one Serew-oultlng Engine;
Lathe (12 Ins. swing], and a lot of Lathe
Tools; one American Drill [foot power,
geared]; one Kytfraulic Punch A Shears;
and a lot of other Tools.  Apply to
dwmyl7m2
WALTER"!
ACKIE,
Oity.
For Sale!
1 SPAN DARK BAY MARES, I and S
X years old; good travellers; worn single
or double,
1 Bay Horse, Syenrsold; works single or
double; nice ladles'or gents'saddle horse;
very gentle.
I s-MUIed Buggyt 4 springs; nearly new.
t less or Ttmoiky slay on North Arm,
Fraser river. .-     ,■   .
is bbls. sell Salmon, a hair-bkb. salt
Salmon Hemes.
Also-Ose and ene-nlntk lateresl la
Clly Water Cesasasy. „
■     W.J.FRENCH.
New West. Nov, Uth, 1886.       dwnnlSta
For Sale!
700 ASSORTED FKBIT TREES
FROM THE JEWELL NURSERY CO.,
Minn., consisting of
Ramsaer Apples,
rail Apples,
ni.ltr Appjr.,
       Pears.
AlNO-a nice assortment of Csrrast and
Baspkerry Buses, tirsse Vines, Ac.
Will bo sold ns a whole, or In lota to intt,
and on vtry reasonable terms,
mbUwtldte
JAMES WISE,
Front Street.
NOTICE.
T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT Z
1 Intend making application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for perinlsilon to purchase two unsur-
vcyed Isluiids In the South arm of Fraser
River, lying to the south of Lot 588, Group
I, nnd containing 100 acres, more or leas.
STEPHEN HINCHLIPPE.
May 2,1887. dmy2m3
B. C. Monumontal Works
CHURCH    STREET.
MARBLE AND GRANITE WORK of
nil kinds.   Call and Inspect before
onlslng Island capital. I leave say
work lo speak Air Itself, s. B.-H. as.
prentice* employed.
dwaplste ALEX. HAMILTON.
Wood and Coal.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS ON HAND A
largo quantity of
BEST WELLIVGTON LUMP GOAL
And nn assortment of
CORD WOOD,
Which lie will sell at lowest rates. He
will also promptly attend to all kinds of
Orders loft nl Mr. McColl'ssloreonColumbln street, or nt my uonso, Douglas
street, will mod with prompt attention,
HENRY ELLIOTT.
New Westminster B.O. JlylOte
pilg f ritwb Columbian
■Mlurssy BvealBf, Asa. 4, Ult,
Hr. O'Brien's Mluin.
I'r. O'Brien's mission to Canada
is within the letter of the law, and
the major of Toronto properly telegraphed him that if he should come
to speak in that oity. although he
thought it wonld be a very unwise
preceding, yet he should protect his
exercise of the right of free speech.
The mayor, however, does not seem
I to have interposed very vigorously
'to keep order during the speech;
and the next- day, when walking
through the streets, the orator was
forced to fly before a mob, which apparently the police did not endeavor
to disperse. Tbe' object of Mr.
O'Brien; seems to be, by a recital of
tho alleged oraelty of the governor-
general of Canada to his tenants in
Ireland, to arouse suoh u storm of
public indignation in Canada against
its governor that the British govern-
lnent would be compelled to recall
him, This proceeding of Mr. O'Brien
would be equally lawful also in the
United States. It would be lawful
for him in the same way to excite
the wrath of the Irishmen in this
.country against Lord Lansdowne,
and against the British government
if it did not recall him. But how
would the sober and intelligent people of this country like to have it
made the arena for the debates of
British politics and for dictation to
the British government? The American people are rather sensitive to
foreign interference with their own
affairs, and even to strong expressions of opinion as to their conduct.
The course of the London Times,
the attitude of (he British government, and the tone of English society during oar civil war renewed .11
the ancient hostility of American
feeling toward England. England,
mutatis mutandis, may be equally
sensitive. The prosecution ..of am
agitation in this country by personal denunciation of officers of the
British government for the purpose
of affecting British legislation upon
subjects entirely beyond onr action
is perfectly lawful, but it U not for
that reason expedient or win, It
may stimulate and inflame a hostile
feeling toward England, bnt it cannot be expected favorably to affect
British feeling or British legislation.
Fifty year, ago, when an Englishman, not content to denounce American slavery in England, bravely
came to America to denounce it
upon its own soil, he was mobbed
and hunted and driven from the
country. If Englishmen had or
ganited vast sooieties and a thorough
syst.n of agitation in England
against American slavery, and had
denounced congress and the administration, and raised vast .urns of
money to carry on the agitation
here and to pay the election ex
penses and the maintenance of anti-
slavery members of congress, how
would Americans have liked itt
How muoh would it have advanced
emancipation or promoted good feel
ing between th. countries? No sincere English foe of American slav
ery, who had also some familiarity
with human nature, would have regarded that as a policy fitted to produce the result whioh he desired. It
is undoubtedly a mistake upon tbe
part of Englishmen to suppose that
the sympathy with Ireland in tbe
United State, is wholly due to the
desire of conciliating the Irish vote.
That explains, of course, a considerable part of it—th. fulmination. of
party convention, snd the speeches
of conspicuous demagogues, But
there is a very general feeling, among
those who desbise what the Chicago
2Vntei calls this ■'emission of flapdoodle" for party effect, that the
solution of the Irish problem lies in
k change of the spirit of English
policy in Ireland, and that the present coercion bill will effect nothing,
because it iB conceived in the spirit
under which Ireland has grown more
and more dissatisfied and alienated.
The government says that it is not
a political bill, and is meant only to
Banish crime. The Irish reply that
' the bill be modified so as to provide only for tho punishment of
crime, they will not oppose it. But
thin offer shows that the bill was
more than a provision against crime,
.nd that it was but another manifestation of the spirit which cannot
possibly settle the question. "The
question with me, said Edmund
Burke, in speaking of the American colonies, "is not whether you
have a right to render your people
miserable, nut whether it is not
your interest to mtke them happy,"
And again he lays that British authority, unquestionable and supreme
in America «s it rightfully wss,
could be preserved in the actual condition of the colonies only "by the
greatest reserve in its application,
particularly in those delicate points
in which the feeling, of mankind
are the most irritable."  It is this
 Sp  1LJ
kind of consideration whioh tbe
English policy in Ireland has neglected, and it is because Mr. Gladstone would return, .to it that his
general position is approved in the
United States. : 'Ibis approval,
however, has nothing in common
with the political game for tbe
Irish - American   vote. — Harper'»
S»t*=H
THE NEWS.
Churchill Talks-He Ss*8 England's Military Greatness is
» 8h»m and a.|a«e.
The London TlmesDlres Him i
Pointer.
The Welshmen do Honor to 8U1-
atooe. '
Tko Crews mace's Caseer—alexias
Bandits Caplared.
0THE1 ITEM. W IMTMEST.
By Associated Press.
LORD BANnr TALKS.
London, June 3.—At a meeting at
Wolverhampton this evening Lord
Churchill advised the unionist, to make
a solid stand and show Gladstone they
were equally as determined as himself In
the matter of the Irish question. When
parliament re-assembled strong measures
ought to be adopted to prevent th.
crimes bill being amended tul it became
uselesss, Returning to the question of
economy he condemned the expenditures
for army and navy, and said under the
{iresent system the country was traveling at racing speed along the road leading to utter ruin. In the event of war
England might, after a maddening delay
and by pouring out money like water,
put 15,000 men in the field. Doubtless
England had a very powerful fleet on
paper, but not a single fortress of strategic importance throughout the empire
was properly provisioned, many being
entirely unarmed and unprovisionedT
Every depot of. military and marine service wu supplied with defeotive weapons,
the truth of his statements depicting
the helpless condition of the fleet after
bombarding Alexandria and the miserable condition of tho ordinance in th.
Khartoum expedition. H. heard that
in 1886 the ordinance committee designed several 43-ton guns and asked
Armstrong to construct 15 ot them.
Armstrong against the design but was
told to mind his own business and
make the guns. When they were
made Capt. Noble, refused to send
them to sea, saying they would burst
He also was told to mind hu own business. Four of the guns were put
aboard the Ooliingwood and on the
second round of firing a half cartridge
burst one of the guns and the whole
number was then condemned, at a loss
of two hundred thousand pound..
NOT 1 HOFslESS CASH.
Berlin, June 4 Dr. Maekensie,
the English surgeon who assisted in
making an examination of the drown
Prince Frederick William's throat,ha>
written to the editor of the Beuttcht
Beveux stating that it was fully established by microscopic examination by
Dr. Virchow that the crown prince,
disease is not cancer but a non-malignant growth. The latter, lie says, oan
be cured by careful treatment, and
there is no reason to think th. crown
prince', case will prove an exception.
BANDITS WOBSTXD.
Matamobas, Mex., June 4.—Particulars of the late action between
Mexican cavalry under Col. Nieves
Hernandez and th. Mexican bandit,
recently driven from Bolsa and eut
off by the aid of the civil authorities
of Texas have been received. Tbe
bandits numbered it, and are believed
to have been under command of La-
carr Ayala, th. well known bandit
from th. state of Nuevo Leon. Ool.
Hernandes lost one man killed and
three wounded. Fourteen of the
bandits were captured and immediately executed. The remainder .re being hotly pursued .nd th. cavalry is
closing in on them.
HONOR TO GLADSTONE.
London, June 4.- A monster pro
cession in honor of Gladstone Was field
at Sw.nsea, Wales, todsy. Qltd-
stono, with prominent liberal, of
Wales, occupied a special stand from
which he reviewed the parade, On.
hundred thousand Welshmen, wearing
rosettes and bearing banners and accompanied by numerous bands,
marched past (he stand, 'Cannons
were tired and the greatest enthusiasm
prevailed.       -
ADVICE TO HANDY.
London, June 4.—The ZWJ, commenting on Lord Randolph Churchill,
advises him to convert his indignation
into a steady fire of resolute purpose
and mature his plans with patient snd
sober industry, then he may become a terror to evil-doers, and some
day an opportunity may come for putting his ripened purposes into execution.
London, June 3.—The Tt'nies' Paris
correspondent telegraphs: "It is learned from Strassburg that Prince Ton
Hohenhlon will soon quit the post of
governor-general of Alssce-Lorraino."
WANT ANNEXATION TO RUSSIA.
Paris, June 3.—A despatch from
St. Petersburg to the Journal 0« De-
bats says that the Ameer of Bokahan
hu dismissed .11 officials ot his government found intriguing against Russia. H. hu informed the governor of
Turkestan that he and hit eubjeots
aro impatiently waiting for that great
link which will connect their country
with Russia and diffuse civiliiation
throughout Central Asia.
The Behrinc Seliiim
Tie Mry Cesiell TUsk That tit J
ir.B. Ih.ild lake BapintlM.
Special to the Columbian.
Ottawa, June 3.—An additional
paper in relation to ths. seisms of
British Columbia whalers in Bearing
ilea wu laid before parliament to-day.
It consists of * dispetoh from Lord
lansdowne, May 1, M Sir Henry Hoi-
had, secretary for the colonies, transmitting the views of th. Privy Council of Canada, baud on . report by
the Hon. G. E. Foster, minister of
marine ud fisheries, This paper, after
reciting particulars of th. Minne, proceeds: i'' Minuter Foster hither
statu that from information reostnd
from th. collector of customs at Vie-
tori. h. learned thst Jas. Omlri., an,.
old man and muter of the Carolina,
wu arretted along with the msttert
and mates of the Onward and Thornton .nd brought into court tor trial.
Before sentenoe wu pronounced b.
wu suflend to wander .way into th.
woods, where he died from wsnt ud
wposure. Th. other muter, ud
mates, after remaining several months.
in prison, were released by order .of
the governor of Aluk. and turned
adrift, literally destitute, to (nd their
way at but they could to their homes '
1,600 miles distant. Further, the
owners of the condemned vessel* is-. -
ceivedno information from the V, B.
minorities of th. release of their Yes- ■■
sets or restoration of the valuable car-. '
goes of sealskins and equipment, on
board,' They fear thtt th. Indian. °
will have carried everything valuable
from the vessels, ud if th. i owners
are compsUsd to receive them .1:
Ouuluks, where they were detained,
it will necessitate the chartering of
stumers with man and supplies at..
great expense, ud . round voyag. of
3,000 mile, to bring tb. vessels to
Victoria. Th. owners therefore consider this good ground for claiming
consideration from the U. 8. authorities when the question of reparation
wu being settled. The Privy Council
concurs in the report of the minister
of fisheriu ud asks th. governor general to call the attention of her m.j-
esty's government again to th. great
injuriu done by the C. 8. suthoritiu
to British subjects peaceably pursuing
their lawful occupation on th. high
teas ud to the great delay which has
taken pl.ee in inquiring.into ud redressing the wrongs committed, ud
to the severe, inhospitable ud unjustifiable treatment of the officers and
crews of th* vassals uiud, .nd to the
serious loss inflicted upon th. owners .
of the urn. in order that full ud
speedy reparation may he tat* by
the U. 8. government.
Mr. H. McCaw, Custom House, Toronto, writes: "Hy wife wu troubled
with Dyspepsia ud Rheumatism for a
long time; she tried many different medicines, but did not get uy relief until
she used Northrop t Lyman's Vegetable
Discovery and Dyspeptic Cur*, one hu
takes two bottles of it, ud now finds
herself in better health thu she bubssn
foryeara."
. '    i. .. .   i
Condensed Despatches.
Th. synod of th. Reformed Presbyterian Church, now in session at New-
burg, N. Y., have" declared against Bab-
bath desecration by the post offloe department.
Cardinal Dirende will rapresent the
laticu in England during th. jubilee
celebration.
The Great French Remedy, Dr. Le-
Die's Periodical PilU. These Pillsare
compounded from the purest drugs, ud
from thos. only which .re known to act
upon tho Generative Organs in Females.
They are first enclosed in u sir-tight
capsule, and by thia means made to retain their full strength for yean in uy
climate, Ask us for private circular,
A, H. Heuuno * D. 3. CuarusCo.,
New Westminsters T. MoNeeley, Ltd.
ner'sLandlngi H. McDowell k Co., Vu-
oouveri Phnbury ft Co., Nanalmo: T.
Pickard, Denman Island; A. R. Johnsta
ft Co., Chemainusi R. B, Kiohardson
Cowichan; W. E. McCartney ft Bro.,
Vancouver aud Kamloops; HastugsSaw
Mill Co., Vucouver; The Vuoouver
Drag Co., Vancouver: J. B. Lovell, Yata|
W. R. Mcgaw, Priest Valley: H. Clark
ft Co., Kamloops; Lanolet ft Co.,
wholesale meats, victoria.   dwasSSyl
NOTipS.,
Sirrnras op the county coub*
of Cariboo will be held-
At Clinton, Friday, llth May, UR.
At Mlleoet, Wednesday, lsAi May, 1ST.
At ISO-Mile Rouse, Tuesday, 28th*June,
1BS7
At Soda Creek, Thursday, 30th June,
1987.
AtQuesnelleuiouth, Monday, 4th July,
At Rlchfleld, Saturday, 8th July, IW,
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
US','-', .~     .    J^ylndalSecretary.
Provincial Secretary's Omee,
ioth April, 1887. daplttd
STOTICB.
sjtn.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAI
_. so days after date we, the nnder-
aliinnl. Intend m.klux appileauoa lo th.
Chief Commissioner o! Lands and Works
for permission to Issae (or llmberln. purposes the (ollowisf described ludl
Commencing at . stake placed atthe
Intersection -" "" ••—"■ •*	
A Ky "
with
erly
mission to 1<
th.lollowini	
commencing at . stake placed atthe
terseotlon of the North lfne or Uamy
Kyle's timber limit, known u Limits,
Itha fake distant about I mile, north:
erly tram Cardero Channel; thenee mn-
nlna North it) ohalns. West H chains,
North 10 chains, West lo chains,North*]
chains, West SO ebalns. North Detains,
West «0 chains, lo the Aoolk-SNSlskrser
pmi; th.ne. North a) elans., Baet SO
chains, N.rth » chains. Ban eOclialne.
Northk)chains, Bast eochalas, NerthH
chalnaJBaatMebalna, south It chains, to
the lake shore: thence West, mllowlni
lake shore to place o( commencement—
containing UW acres,mo.reoj li
V.neouvtr,ao,,llst~ SMlS fritiek Columbian
tassTssy Bvemla.. Jsse a, 1887.
The Disallowance Tote.  !
Looking. 6ver the division list on
the anti-disallowance vote we are
disappointed  to  find the name of
only one British Columbia representative among the yeas.    That name
is Mr. Donald Ohisholm, member for
Weftninsier dnrtrict    It is difficult to find a just plea on which the
vote of the other five can be excused.
There seems to be very little ground
for doubting that the interests not
only of British Columbia and Manitoba, but of the Dominion generally,
would have been best served by a
change of policy with respect to
thia question.    The Toronto Mail,
which no one will accuse of favoring tbe opposition or desiring to injure either the 0. F. E. or the Conservative  party   for  political purposes, frankly admits that the best
of the argument is clearly on the
side of the opponents of disallowance.   It is a mistake to suppose
that railway connection with the
United State, would result in the
loss of western markets to eastern
manufacturers. •'    The   protection
afforded by tbe customs duties on
most articles would give, the manufacturers of eastern Canada an advantage whioh; would enable them
to hold that i trade aguinst Americans.   It is stated ns a faot, which
we »re not prepared to dispute, that
the monopoly clause is keeping eut
of Manitoba hundreds of settlers
who would be adding every year to:
the trade and wealth of the province.   The smallness of the population is not' only curtailing the amount of trade, but likewise presenting the 0, P. 5, from! enjoying all"
the traffic which otherwise might be
expected to come to it   We have
pointed out already that the projected railway to the boundary in
this district could not in the nature
of the circumstances expect to divert trade in any way except to the
0. P. E.     Mr.   Ohisholm   could
scarcely have voted against the
anti-disallowance without misrepresenting the will of his constituents,
and we believe his vote vat truly in
the pnblio interest.
Is paid for and eosdseled
se of the Temperance Or-
. Sew WestsHnrter.
r.rr Saturday la die Dally
id IS Ike Weekly.
leli te be addressed to
erase. Column."
REGULAR MEETINGS.
I. O. G. T.-Every Friday, 8 p.m., Orange
Hall.
R. T. of T.-Second and fourth Wednesday
of each iaonth,7:8up.m.,Forrester's Hall.
W. 0. T. U.—Second Wednesday of each
, month, 8 p.m.,  basement of Baptist
Church.
Judge Gray's Judgment.
Yesterday we published the judgment delivered on tho Victoria
license regulation by-law, from which
it will be seen that the conviction
under the by-law was quashed, and
the by-law pronounced bad. As
the council of this oity is asked to
past a by-law somewhat similar in
its tcope, it is of importance that
the powers of the corporation in
this respect should, be well understood. It would be worse than
folly to pass a by-law that would
not stand the test of the courts, because it would accomplish no good
purpose arid1 entail unnecessary coat,
upon'.the 'city. We agree with
Judge; dray that the question of
regulating liquor licenses is one of
great public importance, and, also,
that whatever regulations may be
put in force for the accomplishment
of a desirable end should be themselves constitutional. It would not
be in the public interest, under, ordinary circumstances at least, to violate any principle of law for the
purpose of overthrowing on evil.
We must maintain the safeguards
of society and the principles of jus-
tic*, or we shall be drifting into
anarchy. But although the judge
find, the Victoria by-law bad, he
depart, from ths usual practice and
points out in what way a by-law
might have been drawn to meet the
circumstances without conflicting
with the general law. There has
been an opinion generally prevailing
that a liquor license under existing
regulations never lapsed, In the
first instance the license in a muni
oipality can be had only by application to a regularly constituted
licensing court Once granted, it
■tend, good until revoked; and the
opinion hat prevailed that it can be
revoked' only for cause, Every six
month, the holder must pay the
half-yearly license fee, but the officer
whose duty it is to receive this fee
hu no power to refuse it or to refute a receipt therefor. There it no
second application nfeoestary to the
license court u in Ontario, where
licenses are granted only for a year,
and fresh application must be made
annually for a new license. But
Judge Gray holds that "in addition
to the power of revocation and suspension of th. license when taken
out, in cue of misconduct, the council, at regular, short, stated periods,.
hu nthe primary power of refuting''
lioenns." In effect, he hold, thtt
the license contract expire, with
each aemi-annual payment of license
tet. Tins-view opens the way for
the construction of a bylaw which
will lawfully require the closing of
all bar. on Sunday by milking th.
date of it. enforcement contemporary with the beginning of a new
license period, namely, th. lit Jan-
uary and lit July. Withthejudg-
ment of Judge Oray before him, the
oity loUdtbrehould have no trouble
in pwps^ a Sunday closing bylaw that wilisnest theoircumstaaces.
Maine Testifies.
The beat argument I found in Maine
for prohibition was by mi editor of a
paper in Portland that was, for political reasons, mildly opposed to it. I
had a conversation with him which ran
something like this:
" Where were you born 1"
" In . village about sixty miles from
Bangor."
11 Do you remember the condition of
things in your village prior to prohibition !"
"Distinctly. There was a vast
amount of drunkenness, and consequently disorder snd poverty."
"What was the effeot of prohibition!"
fit shut up all the rum shops and
practically banished liquor from the
village. It became one of the most
quiet and prosperous places on the
globe."
" How long did you live in the village after prohibition ?"
: "Eleven years, or until I was 21
years of age."
"Then?"
:   " Then I went to Bangor."
"Doyou drink now!
"I have never tatted a drop of
liquor in my life."
"Why?"
" Up to the age of 21 I never saw
it, and after that I did not care to take
ori'the habit."   >
' There is all there is in it. If the
boys of the country'are not exposed to
the infernalism, the men are Very sure
not to be. This man and his schoolmates were saved from rum by the
fact'that they could not get it until
they were old enough to know better.
Few men are drunkards who know not
the poison until they are 21. It is
th. youth that th. whisky and beer
men want.—Ex,
Hud tad soft oorna cannot withstand
Holloway's Com Our.) it la effectual
.vary time.  OrtaioWa.touC.udb.
How the Hatter Stands.
The truth is, men cry out with great
vehemence that such and such laws
cannot be enforced simply because
they do not want them enacted. They
know they will be enforced, and that
is'where their objections lie. Were
they serious in their belief that the
laws would not be executed, they
would make leu fuss regarding their
enactment. The time lias not come
when a just and wholesome law will
be permitted to remain as a dead letter; but the time is fast approaching
when the insolence and lawlessness of
the saloon will be effectually suppressed. A sentiment in that direction it rapidly developing, and
nothing has done more to quicken
it than the saloon itself. Its disregard for law, its arrogance, its lobbying in legislative halls and dictating to conventions and caucuses have
done more than all else to create a sentiment against it that sill control it
or suppress it altogether. It should
consider that it has no claim on the
publio at .11. It is no part of legitimate induatry; it has no place in com.
menial prosperity. It exists in opposition to all - principles of industrial
and commercial interests. The people have the highest right reooguiza-
bl. to suppress it entirely—the right
of self-prottatlon. For the saloon to
talk of its rights is foolish. It hss
none. It exists only by sufferance,
ud there ia nothing on whioh it can
base a claim for protection. It is an
ladustry thtt weakens everything it
touches, one that adds nothing to in.
dividual or national prosperity, but is
a heavy burden upon both. The revenue it yields is too insignificant, compared to the tax it makes necessary,
to speak of.—Am. paper.
A Terrible Warning.
The German spelling for " beer" is
"bier" In English a "bier" is a
frame for eonveyingdead bodies to the
grave. Th. .tap from beer to ths
grave i. **ry short. For some yesrs
. decided inclin.tion has been apparent all over the country to give up
the use of whisky and other strong
alcoholics, uting at a substitute beer
and other compounds. This is evidently founded on the idea that beer
is not harmful and contains a large
amount of nutriment; also, that bitters may have some mediosl quality
whioh will neutralize the alcohol it
conceals, etc. These theories are
without confirmation in the observation of physicians, The use of beer is
found to produce a species of degeneration of all the organs; profound and
deceptive fatty deposits, diminished
circulation, conditions of congestion
and perversion of functional activities;
local inflammations of both the liver
.nd kidneys are constantly present.
Intellectually, a stupor amounting tk
most to paralysis arrests the reason,
changing all the higher faculties into a
mere animalism, sensual, selfish, sluggish, varied only with paroxysms of
anger that are senseless and brutsl.
In appearance the beer-drinker may
be the picture of health, but In reality he ia tlmost incapable of resisting
disease. A slight injury, a severe
cold, or a shock of body or mind, will
commonly provoke an acute disease,
ending fatally, Compared with inebriates who ute different kihdt of alcohol, he it mora incurable ud mora
generally diseased. The constant use
of beer every day gives the system no
recuperation, but steadily. lowers the
Vital forces.—Scientific American.
Robert Harris, president of the
Northarn PaoiHo railroad, has prohibited the sale of liquor on all the premises belonging to said road. The
credit of this is largely giv.n to his
wife.
For Sale or Lease.
A FARM CONTAINING 8*8 ACRES-
A partly Improved. Situated on tbo
North Arm, Fraser Rlvor, about 6ml en
from New Westminster and about 8 milea
from Vancouver. For particulars apply
tit' JAMES MILLER. Sea Wand, North
Arm, or to JOHN SPROTT, Immigration
Ageut, New Westminster.        dwjelml
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870.
Lot No. 971. Croup 1, New WeslmlMter
District.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Title of James Charles Prtvostto
tlio nbove lot has been lost or destroyed
and application bas been made for a duplicate thereof; notice 1b therefore hereby
given that a fresh Certificate of Title will
be issued In lieu of that so lost or destroyed, In one month from the date hereof.
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Ruglatry Office, .   __
New Westminster, 6th May, 1887.
dmySml
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. U.
Board of Directors, 1880-87:
G. E. CORBOULD, President.
C. M. McNAtTGHTEN, Vice-President
W. H. KEARY, Sec-Treasurer.
Messrs.
W. N. BOLE, M.P.P.: H. ELLIOTT;
J. W. HARVEY; J. CUNNINGHAM.
DIRECTORS' ANNUAL  REPORT.
Gentlemen—In presenting our report
for fiscal year ending 31st March, 1887,
we beg to state that it wilt 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 and reports a large increase in the
number of patients admitted during the
year, shewing also that we have received
patients from all parts of the province.
There aro 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 the year, walls and
floors repaired, a wash-house built, the
two cesspools thoroughly cleaned; the
building being old, requires constant repairs, which entails considerable expend*
inure.
The hospital has been filled to its
utmost capacity during the whole year.
The Board desire to thank subscribers
for generous substructions, lists of whioh
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,
Sapers etc.:—Mesdames C. T. Wooda, C.
i. Woods, Major, Lennic, H. Elliot, W.
J. Armstrong, W. B. Townsend, Douglas, Edmonds, J. W, Harvey, Baker, W.
H. Keary, D. Hennessey, Cummings, A.
M. Herring, Bronakill, Sisters St. Ann's
Convent, ladies W. C. T. U., Bachelors'
Ball Hatchery, Messrs. I.B. Fisher, Z. 8.
Hall 11. I. Bentley, 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 the hospital, which includes the disbursements on out-door
patients, Is 67 cents,
W. H. KEARY,
Hon, Secretary.
SURGEON'S REPORT
For Year Ending 31st Makcu, 1887.
To the Members of the Board of Directors i
GENTLEMEN.-I have the honor to
herewith present the report on this Hospital for the year ending Slut March, 1887:
Number of Indoor Patients. .,108
"    ■   Outdoor    "      4 00
"          Remaining ia Hospital., 18
" Died u
Causes of death of the fourteen who died
and length of time in Hospital :—l typhoid fever, a dys; 1 alcoholism, 18 dys; 1
effects of Are at Vancouver, 4 mos. 10 dys;
1 bronchitis, 4 dys; 1 InflamatJon of bowels, 8 dys; 1 consumption, 2 mos. 26 dys;
I syphilis; I)dys; 1 pnralysis,4 dyB; 1 aneurism (popliteal), 4 mos. 26 ays; 1 general
debility, 2 moa. 27 dys; 1 aneurism (nrota),
12 dys; 1 old age, 6 dys; 1 paralysis, 23 dyB;
1 dropsy, 5 dys; total, 14.
Although the number of deaths is large
the short number of days in the Hospital
of a large proportion of them shows that
they came In in a hopeless condition.
The places where the Indoor patients
were received from are as follows:
Victoria t)
Cariboo ..,., 1
Kamloops 6
BXMHDITUUI.
By Audit - I   10 00
Bedding, 16125
Bread, 283 87
Clothing,   .„„.    . .    67..B2
Drugs and Alliances, - 864 28
Furniture, 1 16802
Funerals, J l«t 00
Fuel,               ■' 181180
Groceries, 83125
Insurance, j 8000
Light,        ■ 162 00
Meat and Fish, 758 84
Mediosl Comforts, 20 75
Milk.     *"""""» 832 83
Nursing, 105 00
New Wash House,
Repairs to Bulldlngi,
tepalrst
—ittonery, Printing, Ac,
Shippingincurable,
" ^tables,
Shlpplni
VfgeTabl..
Washing,
Balance,
NewWeBtminster.,25
Bonaparte.  1
Yale..,.™..;. ; 4
Port Moody  0
Hastings 4
Moody ville
Vancouver ,,..,22
Hope	
O. P R	
Total...
Ladner's Landing.. 2
Langley 2
Clover Valley l
Harrison River,.... 1
Mud Bay 8
Chllliwhack a 1
North Arm, Fraser I
Boston Bar 1
Casslnr „. , 1
PortHunoy ;., 2 Fraser River. 2
Mission iff,,..
Pitt Meadows...
•...... 108
Tho number of Incurables now In the
Hospital Is twelve [121. This large number iw.uirliiB to bo taken care of from
year to year renders It Impossible to make
a number of desirable Improvements In
the building, owing lo Mil*limited supply
of funds, I have introduced the table of
residences to show the people of Hjltlsb
Columbln that they all ought to take an
interest In helping on this institution,
which is Increasing in usefulness every
year, as maybe seen hy comparing the
number of Indoor patients of tbe previous
year —seventy-rtvo. i75)-wlth this year-
one hundred und throe (103),
Wo still require a lot of draining to be
done about and from tho building. The
floors and walls have beeu Improved and
the new wash-room Is a great Addition to
the comfort of tbo place.
I have grout pleasure In thanking A
number of friends of the Hospital (or presents of clothes, old linen, pictures, books
nnd papers. Again I have to thank the
steward, Hr. Cfmrles Dlgby, for hts constant attention to the cleanliness of the
building and his kindness and attention
to tbo wants of the slok and bis readiness
closing this report I must offer my sincere
thanks to the medical gentlemen whoso
kindly offered their assistance to myself
whenever required during the past year.
I am Yours Faithfully,
R. I. BENTLEY, M.lV    .
Surgeon R C. H.'
TREASURER'S REPORT.
In presenting the accounts'for the post
yoar, the Treasurer bens to call attention
to the fact that the outlay has been rigidly
scrutinized, in which he bas been ably
assisted by the Steward. Mr, Dlgby. There
seems little prospect of nny reduction of
expenditure. You will notice that the
subscriptions have been liberal, and have
been a great assistance In keeping the
Institution free of debt. It Is to he regretted that the Government have reduced
the grant to the Hospital from MM) to $»,-
600. W. H. KBARYV   ,
Treasurer.
THE TltRASDURH IN ACCT. WITH THB ROYAL Columbian Hospital,
kkcbipts. .
To Balance from 1885-6,	
Government Grant,
Paying Patients,
Collections and Subscriptions,
l R, I. Btmtley, Esq.1M,n.,refund,
Collections, Holy Trinity,
" Baptist.
" Methodist,
_    . Presbyterian,
R. 8. Hanna, proceeds of Ball
at Elgin,
Mrs, Towle, proceeds of Ball at
. Langley,
tun
87 50
sss
as»
87 78
17 00
10 ft
•MUM
IM80 82
To Balance .attar paylni sects, lo
Marsh tfit, M 71
Examined aid round correct,
V. H. FALSING,
Auditor.
New Westminster, May 7th, 1887.
Lltt or 8oHtH»«r. to Hosplttl.
MOdDYVIXLE.
Moodyvllle
S. M. Co.,
B. Springer,
A.N.CiKtog,: M
W.T.MoGratM 00
P. James,   ~fjfe
K. H. Flood,!  5^*0
E.   CadwaU-
ader,
3. Little,
W. Gower,
J. H,Hender-
son,
H. B. Waller, 2 N
T. Tamaree,    1 SO
O. G. Harbell, 1 60
A. Hay, 2 SO
J.MoWnlnney,2S0
N. Trim,        2 00
A, Brown,       1
J. Doyle, 1 SO
0. Armstrong, 1
A. Mc&Uum, 1
6 00
RICHMOND.
1160 60
W.D. Ferris, II 00
J. Prestidge 26
A. Kilgour, 1 00
J. T. Emngton, 76
Geo.Carscallen, 60
D. McDonald, 100
John Sir,
Mrs. Gerow,
H. SomervlUe,
26
8. Yoxall,
J. Johnson,
J. Shaw,
E. C.Kirkland, 1 00
P.D.Taylor,   100
Capt. Stewart, 1 00
J. Jones, 1 00
K. Smith,       1 00
D. Smith,        1 60
H. McDonald, 1 00
Jos. Griffiths, .2 60
SO Jno. Ferguson, I 00
26 John Swanson, 1 00
- J.W.MIUer,     1 00
Jas. Miller,     1 00
Wm. Nieoll,      60
Hugh Beyd,    1 00
Mrs. Thornier, 100
LADNER'S LANDING.
T. McKeely, |10 O0G. MoKenrie,   1
H.N. Rich,    6 00~
Jaa. Bone,       100
OhsKCIausen, 1 00
W.L.McBride, 1 00
N. H.Baln,    2 60
W.Kirkland,  100
J. B. Burr,      1 00
H. He'lienaen, 1 00
3 26
Wm.MoKee, 2 00
J.   C.   Feral-
hough, 2 60
A. Gilchrist, 100
SharMfcPaine,2 60
D. Woodward, 2 00
Geo. Green, 100
Chris. Brown, 1 00
LULUHSAND.
WO SO
Walter L», tl 00
E. J. Jones, 1 00
Mrs. Peterson, 1 00
Frank Jeason, 1 00
Cly * Swift, 1 00
O. P. Bylander, 60
Thos. Kidd, 2 SO
Blair Bros., 2 00
London Bros., 2 60
Geo. London, 60
JohnDall, 100
Ed. Millersoa, 1 00
M. Welch, 2 SO
A.E.Anderson, 100
Alfred Adham, 2 50
M. M.English,2 60
E. S. Bartruff, 1 SO
Chaa. Friend, 60
Jas. MoKoy, 1 00
M.Steves, 2 60
Thos. Lindsay, 1 00
F. Humphrey, 2 00
John Green, 1 00
Thos. Harris,
John .Taylor,
Ely Sanders,
DavidReid,
S. M.Pearaon,: 1 00
Chanoey Leo, 1 00
Thirkle4Timn,260
Rise Beet, 100
H. McDonald, 2 60
SO
2 00
2 00
100
MOUNT LEAMAN.
D.Nioholson,*    60 L. Paqui,
E. W.King,    100 J. Yowert,
Jas. H. Lee,    1 00 L. Fletcher,
LR.McGregor,    60
146 60
100
*5 00
WADE'S LANDING.
F. E. Wade,   |6 00|R.G.McKenny,2 00
Ralph Burton, 2 00>F. E. Wade,    1 00
tlOOO
NEW WESTMINSTER.
00
10 00
10 00
Corbould k
McColl,
J. Cunning.
ham,
Hy. Elliott,
C.MoDonough.lOOO
J. EllardtCo.lO 00
S. H, Webb, 10 00
J. A. Calbiok, 6 00
I.B.Fisher, 20 00
L.L. Doane, 10 00
Jas. Cash, 6 00
Van Volken-
burg t Bro, 10 00
HOPE.
E. 8. Scoullar
A Co., 10 00
Jas. Punch, 260
H. Johnson, 2 60
A Kilgour, 26 00
Alfred Adam,, 14 00
Geo. Mead, 2 SO
W. Vianen.     2 00
E. Phillips, 2 00
J.S. Macdonell,l 00
D.S.Curtis, 2 60
A.M.Herring, 2 60
J.Cunningham. 2 60
D. Robson,      1 00
f 100 00
C.Galloway, 16 00
G. Wilkinson, 2 SO
Chas. Murphy, 1 00
Roland Rider, 60
J. W. Wlrth, 200
Wm. Yates, 2 00
J. A. Fraser, 1 00
Hudson BayCo,2 00
Jas. Carrigan, 2 60
JarWardle,    2 60
dmyltml
A. H. Copnen, 1 60
J. Murphy,      100
J. G. Bristol, 10 00
D. A. McDonald, 1 00
B. Silver, 1 60
T. Alvarey, 100
J. H. Bears, 2 00
Luke Gibson, 1 60
W. L. Flood,   2 60
143 00
Piano Tuning.
MR. O. Hi GOOD WIN, OF VIOTORIA,
will visit New Westminster shortly,
itowdoye. Order, rorntnln, may bo
'W^^SBwS'i JORDAN.
Dental Notice.
fcXFteCT TO LlMvi TOR Mfe IN
terlor on th. 30th Inst., to be absent
s?fak.'DOUre ans'tvfrn ihatawina
rdlngly. O. B. C. BROWN.
■,. . ■,../. dwmyaiBU' ...
TEW
ijun
THECITirOFLONDON
FirelnsurancB Go
d» WJNbON, BNQLAND.
CAPIMl,      •      T    |i0,M»,M0
Dominion Gov't Deposit, Mm*
*"wiiijisW
Policies Written slid Losses Adjusted and
Paid wlthontRrter.no. to Home Onloe.
H.V. EDMONDS.    ,   ,
R.nA?AW."**D',,"a
Atent, Vanoonver.
tarAtenta wanted In unrepresented
districts. Apply to
Oaneral Ac.ni for British Columbia.
droyJTml
NOTICE.
XTRT'CP W HEREBY OWEN THAT
*!■\.fi>„ A»ys-oiler dote I Intend to apply
[otherhk-r Couisa|..ins.r ..f UoJsanJ
Wdrks to purchase ffio acres ot land stints
onBtaadaIsland, ScwWestmlnsteriDls-
triot, and deeerlbedas follows:
qtomencing h«heN,E. corner of .the
B,'aVX"of Sec. 6; thence North 40 chains;
thence West 80 chains; thenoe tiouth 80
chains: thenoe East 40 chains: thenoe
North 40 ohalns; thenoe East 40 chains, to
point of commencement,
,„ . . _ _ H. D. HELMOKEN,
Viotoria, B. 0., April 23,1887. dap25m2
+—■—
NOTICE.
Wasps afWootFl	
be Chief Commissioner of 1
to I Intend to apply
_    lonerof Lands and
Works to purchase 480 acres of land [more
or less] situate on Texada Island, New.
Westminster District,' aad described as
follows:
Commencing at the N.W. corner of N.E.
J$of Soo. 9: thenoe South 80 chains; thenoe
Easts ohalns to shore line; thence following meandering of shore line In a northwesterly direction, 190 chains [more or
less]: thenoe Bast 115 chains [more Or less]
to point of commencement.
M. W. TYRWHITT DBAKB.
; Viotoria, B. C, April 22,1877.     dnpSom
NOTICE.
XTOTIOE IH HEREBY GIVEN THAT 60
JLi days after date I intend to apply to
(Fie Chief Commissioner of Langs and
Works to purchase 480 cores of land on
Texada Island, New Westminster DlBtrlet,
desoribed as follows:
; Commencing at the 8. E, corner of S.W.
W of 800.3; thence East 40 chains; thence
South 60 chains: thenco West to shore
line; thence following meandering of
shore line In a north-westerly direction to
&. E. corner of See, 4; thenoe North 10
t*halns [more or less?; thence East 40
chains to point of commencement,v- -
JAMEHI.UMBRRTNMITH.
Victoria,B.O., April 22,1887.      '    '"
■air©wicw&
WE HAVE APPLIED TO TflE,HON,
the Minister of tbe Interior for permission to cut timber on the following
described tract of land, New Westminster
District:
i Commencing at .a post marked "M," on
tho south side of Scott crook, ou the east
side and about 3 mllos from the head of
Pitt lake; thence east along the batik of
said creek 40 chains;  thence south  20
Sbains, thence west 40 chains, thenee
orth 20 ohalns, along the shore of the
lake to the point of commencement.
BRUNETTE SAW MILL CO., LD.,
W. N. Draper, Secretary.
New Westminster, 13th May, 1887.
 dmy!7ml	
THE  STEAMER
ii
GLADYS"
UNTIL   FURTHER   NOTAoE' WILL
leave Wise's Wharf, for
Chllliwhack and Way Places
—'~ov	
TUESDAYS & FRIDAYS
At 7 A.M.;
Returning tho following days. '
For freight, Ac, apply on board or to
W. MATHERS,
dmhSlte On the Wharf.
Wholesale and Retail
g>liUGQISTSI
lew Westminster, B. 0.
dwmhlOtc
FJA.OIFIO
New Westminster. B. G.
UNUFAOTIIKM* IMPORTERS OF
Farm Wagons,
Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons,
Carriages,
Top Buggies,
Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
Butcher Carts,
Dog Carts,
Dump Carts,
Drays, Stages,
AND   BVBBYTHINO   IN  THE
VEHICLE LINE.
Second-hand Stages A Express Wagons for sale cheap. ,
lep.lrl.1, Printing «V Trlwalng
done at reasonable prices.
BUGKSMITHINC
In all ItaBranches.   Estimates given on
Ironwork and Contracts taken.
llorse-Shoelnit ana General
Jobbing.
We alto keep In stock to aspply the
trade, Iron, Steel, Chains, Cumberland
Coal, Horse and Ox Shoes, Harrows,
Iron and Steel Harrow Teeth, Carrutg.
Springs and Axles, and a complete stock
of Carriage Hardware.
A lot of nrst-olass FlODKlll a) H.r-
fOWIonhand.
  ... have got the best workmen to bs
had In the country, and we Import nearly
all tho stock we use from the east—consequently we can offer Inducement, to purchaser, that we coulil not have done some
time ago. All material and work leaving
the shop will be guaranteed to be Just aa
represented. -Orders from ths country
promptly sttended to.
.wapllto MID ftOUItSlI
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870.
The S. E. y, it tto >. E. y. et teeltos It,
Towsshlp a, is tks lllrtrlrt sf Sew
Westsslsster. g
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Title of Joseph HosI
lands has been lost or dei
{illcatlon has been made .
hereof; notice Is therefore herel
that a fresh certificate of title will	
ed in lieu of that so lost or destroyed, un<
less cause be ahewn to the oontrary In
one month from the date hereof.
R. W. ARMSTRONG.
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry office,
New Westminster, SOth May, 1U87.
 dmytomi _^
TtLifirisiOiillto.fi.
p.*. mil
WM McCOLL
.iniil MuM
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries St Provisions.
UnroBOkPS BLOCK, Columbia St
dw-au3to
mi m*m» n
NlJrlSiflY
frnll Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Imali Fruits,
And GARDEN STOCK on hand In great
variety.    s
•. Everything first-class and furnished In
good shape.
G.W. HENRY,
dw-delflto Port Hammond, B. C.
tftDMER%J.ANDIN8.
NOTICE of SALE
75 Head of Cattle,
8 Work Horses, 4 Ham In foal, 1
Coll, and an assortment of lg-
rlcaltnral Maehlaer/, la.
clidlsg S Self-BlarJert,
2 Wagoni, tU., and
Sot of Harnett.
H. stroci
his Sale at t
N.JII0H.HA8   RECEIVED IH-
 , strnctlons to Include tbe above In
his Sale at tho Delta Stock Yard onWe*.
sesday, Jsse St., 11*7.
aw Further entries ore solicited,
dwmyllto
f F YOU WANT TO  MAKE  A NICE
To a friend or relative, go down to KTIR-
SKY'Sand look at some of those .xtrs.
srdlsary hargalss In • - - •
ladlet' and aeatleitifD's floldand
■ - w^mwki^owmi
...    Cb.rmt, ete., ete.
Or If you want a useful ornament for your
sb94^%»t^r.l%„S^
He Is selling at BOTTOM PRIDES.
trstcsM, from ts upwards, all warranted
' Pise Watcka«sslrts.s asselslty, snd
good workmanshlpguaranteed.   .      nK
tar Remember tbe  place-the "Blue
Store." ,  ,   ....
.dwanSyl        Columbia 8t.,if4w West.
GUARDIAN
InswGe Coni'j
OF LONDON, ENQ.
Total iliinds, JlBiOOHIi
E8TABLI8HED 1891
Bisks Taken at Hates
as Low as any other
Reliable Oomp'y.
T. R. PEARSON,
doc7to        (B. O. B. A P. Co.) AGENT.
W.E. AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
General MepchaDdise!
A lar*. Assortment of
DRY QOOUS
-AND-
QROCERIIsS
ALWAtlOlniAllD.
KCay and ^s*d
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WMS> A» tWMHWW Tt>
ait rin tr th em,
W.rnn two stMS. .ally,.xMptSnBsays,
to Port Moody, carrying H.M.S malls.
As no liquor or tobacco Isased waean by
temporal, haslla snd e.Mful asonomy
ssrv.tb.puHI.atsspMlallyloWt.tta.
Dress-MakingI
Misses MoDOUGrALL
CO&MBIA IsTRBEf,
_.,lew|weaWnster, 1..C.
sar Batlslactlon guaranteed.      daplsto
THB INSTANTANEOUS
INK  & SMIN
ERASER
Will remove all Ink or Fruit
Stains, Iron Rust, Grease or
Mould, and leave the paper or
fabric perfectly uninjured.
TRY IT.   PRICE, OQc.
I.O.ITAT10«IY*rtllfniMCO.
Now Westminster, Vneinmt k Victoria
dwnblsto
Baa on tha Road another Carload of
Reapers, Horse Rakes,
From  JOHN  ELLIOTT ft SONS, of
London, Ont., whioh will arrive here
about June 24th.
tr Fay no attention to what, other
agents say, W. H. Jenkins will (ill his
orders to purchasers. Satisfaction or no
tale,
dwmySOtc W. H. JENKINS,
IT O ££!33<.1£
Biitislt & Hercanuie
oointiffA.asTTr
Capital, fS.0.00,0001   losses
raid, 148,000,000
JBss*a»1t»B.a.s>>ii«>a> .■Ott
Rates at Low as any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
O* Risks promptly taken, and Losses
satisfactorily adjusted,
T.R. PEAR80N,
doc7tc (R C. 8. A P. Oil) AOENT.
■naiAx, i
^nduSements
•——IDS TH»—— ,    j
HOLIDAYS
next 15 days,
AM. ffiw Jflfl        - lW.ffl.BB
IsSsssI IWII VJWMRM ' HHH ^HMMIP
BUYING FROM THE MANUFAC-
turers for oaih, lam in a.position
to sell at bottom prlcM. Myfioodttr.
marked In plain figures and the price,
have not been put up to meet the die.
count taken off. Gall and ss. prist, before purchasing elsewhere,
tr Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
Jewelry made to order, '
F. CRAKE.
WATCHMAKER
OrrosiutraBAin. dw-delnto
-anS—
THE UNDERSIGNED has
just: received a large consignment of
Pianos and Organs,
Which he will sell cheap. These
instruments may be' purchased
for cash or in monthly instalments, to suit purchaser. Call
and get my figures before purchasing elsewhere, and it will be
to your interest
Second-hand Pianos and Organs for saltr or to rent
Instruments may be seen at
Mr. D. Lyal's Book and Stationery Store, Columbia Street
dwaablta
T.R, two wats or OAB-BBrnia.
Csnliit OMra on . Fourth Avenue
•tract oar tho other morning, we rod. on
th. platform ud found .veritable study
In tha driver. He was one of thos. Jolly
good natured souls that nothing teem.
to trouble or put out of temper.
Thar. was » wagon oo to. track that
wu being Mlosdea, and w» had to trait,
Th. teamster glared at our driver, a.
thn slwsy. oo, a. much as to say,
"What ysrgoln'to do about ltt" but
received such .beaming emlle In ratum,
with . "Uk. your time, old boy," that he
finally grinned back snd actually hurried up hi. work .little.
Turning tout as we moved on, this
Jolly ear-arlv.rsald:
"Ho us. in |a«lng that. Wlowt.
Th.y ar. twice u long unloading if you
do. HfPlsnl*touk..vwTthloggood-
nttttlW «nd I g.t .long a good deal
better for It, Heigh, th.nl" (to* man
on th* crowing who didn't obttrvo th.
ou) "Look out for the looomotlv. when
th. tall rings."
"Do you Est* much trouble with town-
.ten!" anuM.
"Oh, torn, of th«n osn set pretty
j to heir when I
ut If they «u> sny
mutt dolt all them-
, Pi
blow my
Jswulti,
MlVt.."
Just then » toam pnlled aorou the
ear nub:tta$M a mstryj^.nd
tak.a lit^rSK'aSoT""
hurried up hU town.
"That'a th. way it work* nan Urn«"
•aid th. uWi a. tatnld. Tbroid
•mile to ut. "MolssM. catontt mora
file, thin vlnegu, tSSttgh some folks
dont mnb to know-It.
"How.ro you, Blllyf"(thlstoon» ot
the ugliest-looking draymen that w* uu
•»w). Andthedrtvm.n.rtoognlilngthe
c.rdrl»»r..Mdlri In return, hit ugly
mug »|ui BfostoMtUhg Uktanus-
Itkigtouuetjoeoftho
"loukni" YomVot thos* fallow.?"
. w. suggested.
1 " Lou of'«m, for I've toon ontblsltne
fourytua; and they know mo. Kever
had any (un worth apetklDg of. But
th.ru I. on. of our men, a crabbed driver,
who Is In a row from morning until
I night  Bum. a teamster can't Me him
> without wanting to lick, him. H. Is
howled at and sworn at along the entire
route, and. I know lt must make his lit*
a burden: Butb.umo.Uytoblun.for
lt himself.
"Hel.sJway.fntUngandlndlngf.ult
and naturally folk, on the etreet don't
lite him. He make. .11 hi* puMoger*
oross ud blue,too,on aeoouatot th.
row. he get. Into.
"Itellyou,boss,th.good.naturs4way
tath. e*slt*tw»y to get through this
llfs* I  j
Aad our .traet oar pNlotoCDMhsj tht
«1gut,offc-[T«xu Slung*.
Ik* MaglMtod SMtk N*.
In th* way of positive •tnloratlw
nothing hu been undertaken within th*
Antorue Olrol. .Inc. a group of expedition, ot which'that commanded by sir
James Clerk Sou Is th. met manor-
able. „
Mom than a oentury ago th. greatest
navigator of all Urn., though from torn*
neglect of personal dlttlnetlon he hu
missed becoming on. of the world's heroes, penetrated far behind Ut. v.ll.
Nearly fifty year, passed bsfore Cook
"   lyfollf     ™
had any follower.. Thon a .ueeeulon
lot voyager. Mtl«l for the South Pol..
Captain J.u Blicoe wa» tu* first ao-
tual dlsoo»«*ir ot tlio Southern Continent In 1831. But hi. eiampl. wu
speedily lmltatod, ud for a doten years
th. Antutio Ooeen wu aa favorite a
field of muittm. adventure uth. Arctic
Fronohmaa ud Amnrlans, th. latter
under Oamajsodor.'Wllast, of unfortunat.
Trent fatm thrssdsd ttraultitudlnou.
.nd In IStt nlM wl'Jim tWrnYedegroe.
of th. South Pol*. 3e wee able to oal-
oulato th. approximate height, ot two
distent mountain., onean soUve volo.no,
which h. chrleteued attor his ships, th*
Erebu. and Terror.
A later upediUon mppUcd-a gap left
inBlrJamt.Bot.'.magneUoand mete-
orologtoal obMrvstlon.; and lt might
bay* tot auppoMd that tend, u w.U
u air and water, was toon about to be
summoned to yield it. Monti.
A auotatlotvnot mush known, from
th. works of Bobtrt Hookev published
tal6»Awoulda*»mto.howthatth.ttl.
•phono It not.ach a modern invsntjon
MJ*ffi^:£$»eid
ont litrnt to tl* not lmprobabl. but
that ther. may b. found many meohan-
loal Invntor. to Improve our other
mums, ot hsarlng, rattling, tuting
and touehtsf. •«• not Impoulble to
hear a whktper a torteag-. dKtuce, ft
having bun slnady dona^ud perhap.
th. nature of th* thing would not mat*
It mora ImpoulM* though that furlong
should be ten time, multjpllsd.
'And though *om* famous author.
__» aOtmM It Impssslbl* to htar
through tbo thinnest slat* ot MuMovy
glas^yet IJto*waw»yby which lt I*
easy enough to *ps*k through a wall a
yardthlok,
" It hu not yttbMD thoroughly turn-
Ind how tor ortoooutueon. may b.
Improved, nor what otter wayt thtre
m.y be of quloksatag ou bMring, or
conveying tosad through other bodie.
thutt. air; for ttatT. not ths only
medium.
'I c*« assutothonadKithat I hav*
ingly quick* motion u that of light,
■UeuttaMmnusBl* .Witter than that
which at Imefmmt) tjm. wu propagated
through tit air; udthl.net only In •
sttalgnt Un or direct, but in one bended
10 many u|lu."-[Iron.
I'      i.m».s*!i|i. , . ,, ., I
Ongssra nrst •reusk"
At) Ortgon old-thaw nn th. tat
"noun • over'• Indited " tnlhst country
wa. by a Yamhill woman.  It road.:
'Th. Wullamette V»ll.y la th. pret-
- Jt pl*M that ever wu made It Ilea
brtwtea theoout rug* .nd the Caaoado.
In th* Spring •! theyeer. Jut* after tho
raln%thL_.
a fur blu.
Ohroaiol*.
of wild geeee
"-[San True
"''What «vid*ne* hat* you that yort
anaChrltttwruld Mr Bpurgeoa to
a working-gid.
"InowOTrMpni»d«th.m»»i,"ih*
i.Thai.'1 sail tssi tfsst* ami as*. ir||
...   ACTEIIZEB8,
Drinking Cider for a Wafer.
"WhenSenatorTellerandJudg»Jos!yn
were in the Interior Deportment, I used
to doa thriving busmen," said a Won-
lngton elder mill man.
"Did they drink muohf'wu uked.
"Drink much I" replied the older
dialer, "well, you ought to bar* seen
them.,
"Secretary Teller would alt on that
bench md let a quart down In ten minutes. He wu fond of a companion
and if lt wu Judge Jotyln who ut with
him I wu sure to .ell three quarts.
" I remember Jndge Jotyln coming in
with u Illinois farmer. Evidently tho
Judge had been boasting of hi. elder-
drlnklng propensities, ana a wager wu
mad. on which oould drink the most
'"Let u. begin on a quart bottle
each,' said the Judge.
"The men sat down snd the bottles
were opened. Joslyn liked lt a little
•harp. I wu busy at tb* Urn. of ths
visit, but In u almost Incredible length.
of time I heard Joslyn uy to the boy:
'"Two more bottle..'
"Ten minutes elapsed and I heard that
umevoioe:
'"Two more bottles, please.'
" The farmer protested, ud offend to
pay for th* four quart. It th* Judge
would declare lt a draw and say nothing
about it
"Joslyn would not do ltud repeated
the order.
" I looked at htm ud he winked a
wicked wink.
"The farmer wu a big stout fellow
and-drink huvnfth pint t* tk. end ot
about twenty-five minute, from the .tart
Then he rafted up, walked over to the
counter, and, slipping the pay Into my
band, requested me to tell th* Judge—
who was talking to some one—that ho
bad stepped out at the bank door and
would return in a moment,
" I never saw that man again ud I
don't believe Joslyn hat.
" The Judge drank hit third quart before he noticed tb* absence of hu friend,
ud after waiting urn. Urn* for the
farmer, left, declaring ho bad Huoely
begun."
■ : -'jta. 1.
A Burner from snllen.
" Endurtn' of ths war" lt wu not aata
in Kentucky for Southern sympathisers
to rejoice over Southern successes.
A certain old "sscesh" from tho bills
of Tate', oreek, In Madison county, bad
been frequently admonished by Judge
Turner, ot Richmond, Kentucky, that if
ho waa not mora cautious he would und
in Camp Chase or some other Northern
prison.
One day tb* Judge observed his old
friend glueing uxloutly into his offloe
..he patted .nd repassed the door.
Celling him In, tha Judge uked him
what was the matter.
"Well," .aid the old man,"Jedae, It
ydu'U'lock yer door I'll tell you,"
After assuring himself that that* wan
no listeners he proceeded:
. V Jedge, I beam a. the Btblis an' tha
Yankees hu had a muter fight Aa I
beam It. the Beblle and the Yukew
they met away down on th. Hlss-tt-
alppl river, and they flt three days In ud
three days out, an' the ten, uy toe third
day. cum John 0. Bracksnbrldge, Kentucky's nobl. son, an1 axed .farThe prlv-
erllge uv the flei' fur fifteen mlnlte, aa—
Jedge-thoy do uy he elew at bunderd
ttbutuduv'mi'HCentury. r*T%. J
tn ■
AComloal CoaUst,
_ Th* Muter of th.BeveUofG.org.
II wu regarded u th. ugUttt penon
In the kingdom, u non. had beenfound
who oould successfully contend against
bim tor hU distinction.
One olth. nobleman of th. oourt laid
a wager thathe oould produoeapenon
surpaaslng him In thlarespect.
At the time appointed b. caund a
notoriously homely flshwoman that ha
had heard ot to be brought, who stood by
tbo *ld* of tho champion.
With th* approval of th* mount
wearer oi the bolt, the palm -J^
J°.^lB!"<Wto.b*?.,'ll,B »hJ*l
ttsnatowu* .„
—■ ** _„..n TO -jr wnaa a bntaadsr.
totonvmyM aLtop tn totmfit^Z
tbu ih. champion p>it
~.-r."" W' bonnot in order to
nuke the oondiaonsof th* contest mors
equal.
Ho did ao, whan th* added ugU-
nS* V. *? ""PbaUo and Indturlb-
«"». that th* vlotory wu awardtjd to
■        IK        ■
SwestsessTrutedsatlwDsMrtAlr.
Two colorod women wsrt conversing
•bout aiflelgubor.
"I'., gwiuterhkb dslawoa dtt nig-
gali." •'    ' ■>
"DatwUI only mak.ittwuM. i«r
don'ti yon go «btr:''Wfti%U.43r
forallahoamwufff" ,
,. " I'a* bound to babd. law
hat*, dan ao taUtteotliun
"Whj ain't dtrnoutufMUontoouta.
, VBAM,Lu"bu4ou ,M'h« hoar*
In.. I hu been ousstn her .toady tor
last six munfa, and I didn't find out till
yi> .rday dat .he lost her hetrla' btfoah
ah. was horned. I'seboun ter bob do
tew on her or Maid her, which eberam
t* Wut»ut"-[Texu BUUngs.
>■>
From th. Bosrtuag-HosM.
, "I ■•«," ssld Mr. Gruff, drawing a
long but almost Invisible something
from ths plate of butter, "I see that Dr.
Taylor, th. mloroeooplat of the Agricultural Department at Wuhlngton, I. photographing butter and butterine, ao that
ha ou tell them apart"
, "bho?"ukedMrs.Savon, tb* land,
lady.
•'Y«*,h.i>,,udItoocun.tom*,.Mr*.
Saytn, that lt might bo will to toko your
butter upstairs ud comb It. hair up
nice and smooth, to thai tt wlU appear
presentablo It be should oome here to
take Its-"
»• Gruff Is living at a hotel now.-
[Chicago News,
li* .... j.
It Should Bsv. StayM.
■. An example of nineteenth oentury rusticity:
.Farmer: vl toUyouIaotdth. thing
lut night right up there In tho akylS
wuacomlt. IknowthemthlnpwhM
I see'era."
ufrj?nu.y",! "'"«'«"'•'"'» i"
Farmer: "Hetr^tnJn^naar'.Ioould
JSH" .B"t.Ulf ••»"«"» «» all. Maria,
wu ths hot that when I got up this
morning j oooldnt tee th. darned^alng
nowb*r»."-4S.% Star. •
tia     i
Thsposm pubhuto thte week 1* l
thus rendered immortal by i
-lo merits, but outoT*on.l(
• author.
I th* v«ms not been published th*
might hav. considered htmistf *
nd Mm.dsy bun Impelled to torn.
__l_.ti>*t*ri'a »,li»irn«»«»
w*asslv*l.. V     : fc- .:.   st.
(The following Business Directory relates
only to persons whose advertisements appear In tbe Daily Coluxbiah. It"
been found true, as a rule, that persons
who advertise liberally are liberal in their
dealings, and many persons make lt a
rule to give preference In their dealings to
those establishments which advertise
freely. The following list Is arranged alphabetically:
LEGAL.
T. 0. Atkinson ..........Columbia Bt
V. MmuvBola Columbia Bt
Corbould A McColl McKensle Bt
. Branch Offloe at Vancouver.
MEDICAL.
Dr.H. Mi Cooper. Church Bt
Dr. J. 0. Henderson Chllliwhack, a C.
Dr. L M/McLean McKensle Bt
Dr. Dewoife Smith Clarkson Bt
imUKAHCE. '
W. J. Armstrong [are]. .Court House
James Cuamlufoam Columbia st
H. V.Bdmond MeKensle Bt
W.'B. Ferris [life A accident] Ferris St
Tt R. Pearson [Ore A life] ...Columbia Bt
Band Bros. [Ore,llfeAac'dt],McKen«leSt
; Branch Offlees at Vanoouver A Via
Turner, Beetou A Co. Illre] .Victoria
Woods, Turner A Gamble .   ■■■'   n.
:  [are, life Or aeeldent]...«ColnmhlaSt
MAI. stBTATB AQENOIBS.
W. N. Bole......	
Corbould A McColl...
H. V. Edmonds	
W.D.Ferrl	
Wm. Shannon.','.'
 ColumbiaSt
.....McKensle St
 McKenzie St
 Ferris Bt
....McKensle Bt
 McKensle Bt
 Vancouver
 .Vanoonver
...McKensle Bt
 .Columbia st
 Columblast
............Columblast
Woods, Turner A Gamble Columbia Bt
ARCHITECT, Ate.
C. H. Clow......... Clinton Bt
Q. W. Grant, ,. MeKenile Bt
CONTRACTORS * BfJlMlERS.
Ackerman Bros.. New Westminster
AUCTIONEERS
H. N. Blob ./Ladner's
T. I. Item .....................Columbia Bt
AGENTS FOR MACHINERY, Ac.
Fraser A Leonard........
F. Welcome McCredy.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENT.
T. R. Pearson ._ Columbia Bt
PRINTING * RULING,
The Columbian Steam MnUngEstablish-
STOVES st TINWARE.
H. M. Cunningham A Co .Columbia Bt
GAS FITTING..
BL M. Onnnlntham A Co. Columbia St
SEWING MACHINES.
C.J.Bobeon................ ...Columblast
i  GENERAL MXRCHANDI.K
W. B. Austin ; :Front 8t
0.0. Malor. Columbia Bt
Wm. McColl .....ColumbiaSt
C. McDonough ». Front St
DRY GOODS.
BonMajrehe.. Columbia at
& Drysdale A C>. Columbia Bt
Jaa, Ellard A Co ........Columbia Bt
Ogle, Campbell A Co.... Columbia Bt
Wm. Bm {Globe Housel......Columblo st
DRESSMAsUNG.
BonMarche..........
Ju. EllardA C<-.....
Misses McDougall.
FURNITURE.
W.Prothero......„.......» ...OolumUaSt
Wintsmute, CalblokACo Columblast
WOOD at COAL.
Hehry Elliott [Orders left at W. McColl's]
DRUGS, sto.
D.S, Curtis A Co...... ...Colnmbia St
A.Fsele .........ColumbiaSt
BUTCHERS.
RAM. Dickinson ...Columbia St
WATCHMAKERS st JEWELERS
F. Crake.................. ......Columbia Bl
F. Stlnkr....  .Columbia 81
a M. McNsnghten. ......Columbia St
BLACXaMITHING st   CARRIAGE
Thee. Ovens.........................»Columbia st
Bold A Currle. ........Columbia Bt
; HOTELS.
Farmer. Home [Holden]. Ohureh St
The Clarence ;iBlohards]„ ...Viotoria
RESTAURANT..
Mm. Jennie McNeil ...Front st
PAINTERS,  St..
Chas. Hurray. ............Clarkson Bt
' BOOTS * SHOES.
G. Hi Grant A Co..... ^Columbia Bt
ItKells............™... ...OolumblaBt
Wm. Boss........ ........Columbia Bt
TAILOR*.
D. Drysdole A Co.... .ColumbiaSt
BAKERY.
A. DUoel................ ..........Front St
NUR.ERIBS.
0. V. Henry Port Hammond
RHUtaherson......... Ladnera
FANCY POULTRY, Ate.
Jno, & Cox........................Bojral Avenue
MONUMENTAL.
ax. Hamilton .....Church st
*dV> * Monek New Westminster
Bui
jpl. „    .. —	
PTnab. Partloulara sent whon atam ps are
enolf   "
Dlosad for reply.
Don't worry » you are ont of employ-
SSt. Write to'M*. Kowht.'IIi Wefilng-
>n Btreet East, Toronto,   Send stamps
for reply.
dwmyUme
NOTICE.
IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT 60
after date' I Intend to apply to
... Commissioner of Lands and
to purchase 480 acres of land on
a.Island.NewWestmlnster District,
ibed as follows.
Commencing at the B,E, comer of the
point of commencement.
BOBT.E. JACKSON.
Victoria, a C, April 0,1887.    dap»ma
UNO 8BRVEV0RS,
Fir* Me, Accident * Marine
Iniurance.
'urt-wawwa
Domifiion Exprtss Gomp'y, Ld.
(Altera Caaadlu auk Notes
Bought and Sold,
'     COLDMMA STREET,
TiltskoniM.      ntw wmaiRm.
dWte
smas
Draft Found.
FOUND IN THIS CITY, A DRAFT
' on an Ontario-Bank. The owner U
requested to prove property snd pay
charges. Apply, at the store or
dmyOtc
Mcdonough,
Front Street,
notioe.;
SrrriNas of the oountt oouht
of Cariboo will behelU-
At Clinton. Friday, 18l.h May, 1887.
At Iitllooet, Wednesday, Will May, 1887.
At lBO-Mlle HonUgTnenluy. 28th June,
At Soda Creek, Thunidny, 8OU1 Jane,
1887,
AtQ,ue«ielle.nouth, Monday, 4th July.
At Richfield, Saturdny, Oth July, 1867.
By Command,
JNO. R0B80N,
.    Proylnelal Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Offlee,
20th April, 1887.
aroTioB*.
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Fl 80 days after date we, the undersigned. Intend making application to the
Chief Commissioner or Lands and Works
for permission to lease for timbering purposes the following.described land:
Commencing at a stake,placed atthe
Intersection of the North line of Leamy
4 Kyle's timber limit, known as Limit B,
with a lake distant about 2 miles north*
erly from Cardero Channel; tbencn running North 20 chains. West 20 chains.
North 20 chain*. Went 20chains, North 20
ohalns, .West 20 chains. North 20 chains,
West 40 ohalns, to the South-west corner
.post; thenee North 20 chains* Bast 20
'ohalns. North 20 chains, East 40 chains,
I North 20 chains, East 40 ohalns, North 20
chainB, 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.
■M LEAMY A KYLE.
Vancouver. B.C., 81st May, 1887. dJeSml
JOHNS. COX,
IMPORTER A DEALER IN
IT COSTS NO MORE TO KEEP GOOD
Fowls than lt does to keep poor Fowls.
My Breeding Pens are equal to any In
the united states or Canada.
I propose to furnish Eggs from premium
and first-class Fowls, my design being to
establish a reputation that wliriast,
Cash must accompany all orders,
Address, with stamp,
JOHN S. COX,
dwfe7tc New Westminster.
WANTED
PURCHASERM FOR
Harlae A Stationary Engines, Boll-
en, Pumps, Inspirators, In.
lectors, etc.,
Steam Fitters', Gas Fitters' and Plumbers'
Brass and Iron Goods, all kinds of Mis-
IslMaeMserr, Air Compressors. Ing-
ersoll Rock Drills, Hoisting Machinery,
. Drill Steel, Machlnorr Steel, ricks,
Shovels, Iron A Steel wire Rope, Rubber Hose, etc.,
Railway at Coatrsctsrs' Central tsp.
Kiss* Scrapers, Oars, Angle and
r Iron and Steel, Crow-bars, Portland
Cement. Roofing Paper, Building
PAper. -Fire-proof Roofing Cement, etc.,
IMS * Wmd-workls. Ms.kls.ry,
Shafting, Pulleys, Chucks. Lathes, Plan*
era, Leather Belting, Tin Plate and
Corrugated Iron Elbows, Axe, Pick,
Fork and Hammer Handles, Best
White Oak frgal., 10-gal., It-gal., ao-gal.
Kegs, Geo. I* Wood A Son's celebrated
Now York'Varnishes, Chapman Bona A
Co.'s Fish Bait (00 kinds), One new
Hall's Darr. One new Pool Table .--Apply
to F. WELCOME MoOBADY,
Mechanical Draughtsman A Contractor.
-tar Plans and Specifications for Boats,
Buildings, Machinery, ete,, carefully pre?
pared, MoKsniieSt.
New Westminster. & C., Jan, 25, '87.
dwjaatc
showing Ike Dates and Placet of
Coirtt of Attlie, Kltl Prim, and
Over and Terminer, for Ike
Tear I88t,
SPRING ASSIZES.
[OS VsnesMv.r Island]
Victoria Monday.. ..18th May.
Nanalmo .....Tuesday..... 7th Jnne.
[ On Mainland)
NewWestmlnster..Wednesday...tth May.
Kamloops Monday Oth June.
Clinton Monday. 18th June.
FALL ASSIZES.
[On Mainland]
Rlchfleld Monday Ulh Sept.
Clinton Wednesday...Mtli Sopl.
Kamloops Monday Ilrd Oct.
Lytton Monday lOtn Oct.
NewWestmlnster.. Wednesday...OthNov.
f On Vanoonver Island ] '
Victoria Monday 28lh November.
Nanalmo .Tuesday Oth December.
dapMtd
WHITE
IS KING!
HAVING SECURED THE AGENCY
for this celebrated Machine, I
would be pleased to send one on trial to
any person desirous of purchasing. The
Machines are sold on their own merit..
Every Machine guaranteed by the Company for five yean.
&  eh llollSON'S
Fruit, Confectionery * Fancy Glassware 4 China Store,
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMW.
10u> Bkoid St. ud 10 Pali. Mali,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
TTIOE INSURING HOUSES * OTHER
JD Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships In Fort, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Gnat Britain ud Irclud ud In Foreign
Countries,
FROM 1088 OH DAMASK BT FIBK.
Subscribed ud Invested Capital,
£1.600,000 8TG.
Rates of Premium .nd every information can be obtained on application to
W. J. ABHSTBONfi,
Agent for Now Westminster.
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
Canutes Capital ni,MMM
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
a home"company.
Thii Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in, it from the following
FACTS:-
TheSecurity offered to policy holders is
unsurpassed by any Company doing business In Canada,
Ilnas no schemes of Insurance, butthe
well-established lines, hence the policy
holders cannot be misled as to their contracts.
. lta tlatements.to tho publlo can be readily understood, IU casta statement showing every Item of Income and how einen-
Its.position Isasoertolned annually from
a detailed valuation In which every Item
of liability Is Included.
lta progress baa been unexampled In
the history of Insurance In Canada.
lta policies are Indisputable after three
years, and non-forteltoble after two years'
existence.
Its sroOls are distributed upon an equitable basis. The pronta to one class of
policy holders are not lessened to live
larger profits to uy other class, which
method affords superior advantages over
colistkl. St.,
djattc
New Wett.
roots to uy other class, which
 affords superior advantages ovi
the uniform bonus plu of distribution.
Uscraic.sdlll.sa u t. Itealssaoeud
Travel.
J. K. MacDONALD,
Managing Director.
T. R. PEARSON
Agent, New Westmlnstei
JaMmo-sltarnate.
MM,
DEMKB t IHPORISB IH
Dry Goods
CLOTHING
GROCfRIES
TUST RKCBIVBD IN DRY GOODS,
A NEW STOCK
In all shades ud material of DRESS
GOODS, Including >Cashmeres, Merinos,
Silks, Satins, Black ud Coined \elve-
teens ud Plushes. COTTONS (bleached
ud unbleached). LININGS, BUT.
TONS, HOLLANDS, Ao. Gray, White,
Scarlet ud Checked FLANNELS. LADIES GLOVES, In Cotton, Wool, Silk
and Kid. Ladies Merino ud Lamb
Wool Vesta; JERSEYS, sll prices.
Hosiery, Muslins, Dlsper Irish Linen,
Brilliants, 4e„ to.
Men's Clothing!
Far Quality, Style, Fit ud Price,
can't be touched.
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
In every Line, Cotton, Merino ud
Wool Underwear, White Shirts, Cuffs,
Collars, Gloves, Braces, Cardigan Jacket., to. Also, Cotton, Merino, Cashmere, Lambs Wool and Knit SOCKS, in
great variety,
Also, HATS ud CAPS, Ladies'ud
Gents' RUBBER GOODS ud UM-
BRELLA3.
In House Furnishing Goods
Carpets, Rugs, Window Poles with
Rings and Mountings, Window Holland
(Buff, Green and 8trlped), Damask ud
Cretonnes, Sheetings, Towels, White
Counterpanes, Bleached and Unbleached
Table Linens, Napkins, Tickings, Blank-
eta end Arctic-down Quits, TableCloths
and Covin.
IN GROCERIES
Everything found In . flrsUIasa Establishment, ud none bnt the beat. Canned
Goods, Fruits, Meats ud Vegetables.
I«.st.f«rCkea»doss's. I ..sissy
Ikes, sr keep Isesa, kst I ttjet yes Ik.
beat as. at ike l.wesl antes tkeyessbt
asMsl,sg4rsssstwkat vranstssesl
FANCY MESS GOODS,
Prints. Ginghams,Piques,
Jerseys and Parasols.
LADIES' & GENTS' SUMMER MERINO & COTTON UNDERWEAR.
CLOTHING,
Men's, Boys' <fc Children's Straw Hats,
gyFor the next four weeks we will allow 5 per cent discount on nil
Parcels purchased exceeding the sum of Two Dollars.
WALKER ft SHADWELL,
•fsPztOPieXJDTOJM.
New WcMMlailcr. May lMk, INT. dwmrltte
~WA.&Q7STB-i
ONE CAR LOAD
Just Received from the East per 0. P. R.
This Consignment ia Pirstclass in
every respect and will be sold
CHEAP -GASH
—Ai,ao—
l-tond Carnages, Bngjdtu and Stages
Also, 1 Car-load Iron, Steel & Chain, Ik IWml,
IS" Having purchased at specially favorable rates in the eut, we
are now prepared to do .11 sort, of BlMkMsslHr WOl* »t prioes considerably lower than those that have hitherto prevailed. ■'■ Give us a trial.
REI^^OURRIE,
itwmy 17ml PaclfTc Carriage Wprlu, ColtMMa St.
0-JRB^.T B^.EO-^L.riiTS I3ST
BRACELETS, PINS, LOCKETS, CHAINS, AC.
Also a large  assortment  of   SILVER   PLATED   WARE
KNIVES, FORKS, SPOONS, &c
S7 All Goods guaranteed to be as represented.
C. M. McNaughten,
dw-jai9tc Colonial Block, New Westminster, E C.
New Arrivals!
The "GLOBE HOUSE"
TTAVE RECBIVED A LARGE AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF
Dry G-OOds,       WlllinerF,
Ladies' and Children's Underwear,
Children's White and Colored Dresses, for all age., *t low price..
Also, . variety of Bed Quilts and Uee Culalns, Flashes,
SatlDS. Velvets and Velveteens, .nd Everything kept in a fir.t-cl«»
Dry Goods Shop.      ^Inspection invited.^^
dw.n87lo
Estate of Kelly Bros.
JSTOTIOS-
1T ...-._. \r<W0E ,s JBssI drvfcif THAT
TllfC     UflTlnC IN 1 hav.inaneaspllcaUon loth.Chirf
IAKE      HU I lUCl | Commissioner of Lands and Works lor a
    " I lloensa to cut and earrraway tlmboron
tlveMoelplatoraatne. | g.in's noliit on aamblmlslano! tkenoa
?' d hivAov       I north M ohalns, west to chains, south to
i wn' «vi i «n v '      .'ho shore Una, thane, atone shore to place
A,,,tUee*.{&eVor&'nrm.! jJ^n^SlKriaf*™^ •**"*
New Westmlnater, May SS, ls»7.
'dmy21ml
!; 'dmygaml
BAZAAR
RATES OF INSURANCE
BrtsfOMaellsM.
or x,bxrpbxr.
mAKB HOTIOB THAT I HAVE BEEN
1 authorised hy th. Manafor lo out
down Ihe rates at low, if not lower, than
any other Company In thia Province.
JAMK8 CIINICINGHAM,
AOEMf.
Ntw Weatmlsster, May Brd, 1817.
dmyStml
DRILL SHED
SU.,1
A^iffw^h.Td.'S^Wf..
til. of, „r ,„
to whioh the puhltosri
Basaar oi
 aa above,
llallT Invited.
Basaar opens at 11 a. m. At noon a
Ulnmi will a. ..rved In the H.ll.
Befrsshmenta - i<*Oream, Lemonade,
etc.-dnrln(th.dayandavanln|.     .:•.•• mm
—m
THE DAILY cdLUMBIAN
nrausBU)
-, trvery alter..sal aastft fcsssi,
.    ;ltH|
limtii numiiM NitmNS Owpahv (lituns.)
At the Company's Sleam Printing Establishment, Columbia St.
Delivered In the city dolly.. .8c. per week
Sailed dally, one year HMO
ailed dally, all months....   6.50
sWtaTIIIM MTU Fit TM ItJtr.      <s
lossless A*T.rlUess«srs.-Flrst Inser
tion, 10 ete, per line solid nonpareil; each
subsequent eonseeutlvelnsertlon,2cts. per
line. Advertisements not Inserted every
day, 10 els. per line eaoh Insertion.
■ ""■is* 4*»Hfl,"Re?J£ -.SSSlE
mos. 10 per cent, will be sdded,
Special asuees among reading matter,
10 ets. per line eaoh Insertion. Specials
calling nttentlon to advertisements, Ucts.
Births, Marriages and Deaths, tl for eaoh
Insertion: Knneral Notices In oonncctlon
with deaths, to els. each Insntlon.
Asettss Miss, when displayed, charged
S per cent, less tbsn transient advts, If
solid, charged at regular transient rates.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
Issse* every Weanraday M.rslsg.
Delivered In the City, per year...... fiUOO
*■■■■•-■ seryear ............ "*"
I months,........-	
wiixiv aoyistiiiso urn.
Trssslesl A*verllsessesU.-Flrst Insertion, 10 ota, per line solid nonpareil; sub-
sequent Insertions, s ots. per line.
■Usdls. AdT.rllseasf.sts.-For 1 inch,
tl..» per month: tins. 12 perm.; 31ns. t2.U0
Kr in.; 1 col. .12.75 per m. It inserted lor
is than S mos. 10 per cent, will be added
toUussrstss.       "
Special notices among reading matter,
on, per line each Insertion,
t'siaraustbeall metal, and for large outs
an Mire rate will be charged. No advt.
Inserted In either Issue for less than 11.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Piano Fortes ...,R. Ward ACo
Wanted ThU Offico
$aiig f ritiah Colnmbisn
salsrday Ivesls*. 'sne a, 18*1.
tss^BssstwsssseesesBsattstntsBttmmm
Saturday—no mail from the east,
The Bithet cleared at seven o'clock
forViotorl*.
Land on Lulu Island for sale at f 12
per acre by Rand Bros.      dniy21to
Hr. MoNeely a new hotel at Ladner's is almost completed.
The Dalles, Oregon, contributed
|110 to the Nanaimo relief fund.
The ladies of Port Gamble have subscribed $55.15 to the Nar.nimo relief
fund.
The Gladys arrived from up-river
port, at 1 o'clock to-day with a cargo
of produce and stock.
The Body of a man named MoDon-
ough wu brought over from Vancouver to-day and buried in the R. 0.
cemetery.
The canneries are nearly all ready
for the season, pack, and are only
awaiting the arrival of the fish in order
to commence work.
A meeting of tho jubilee cgmmitee
will be held to-night in %uk flail at
8 o'clock. Every.oitfeen should make
it .point to be present
In a vote on the Queen's County
case on Thursday morning in the house
of commons the government was sustained by nineteen of a majority.
Messrs Walker £ Son, hah, fruit,
and general dealer, of Guelph, Ont.,
are handling large quantities of fresh
California and British Columbia sal-
**• <m
The local passenger rates on the
C.P.R, have been reduced)fnniivfeves,
cent, to five cent, per mile, This arrangement went into effect yesterday
morning.
Blake lias positively sent in his
resignation again at leader of the opposition on account of ill-health. A
caucus was held this afternoon, but no
decision was arrived at.
The Canadian Pacific have announced a reduction of 40 per cent,
on freight rates from Winnipeg to all
point, ia British Columbia. It is regarded as . great concession to Winnipeg's wholesale trade.
The C.P.N.Co. have made arrangement, for carrying Westminster
militiamen to Victoria and return on
the occasion of the jubilee celebration
at 12 for the round trip. The publio
•ill be charged |S for the round trip.
It is the intention of the Vancouver
Gas Company to proceed at once with
the emotion of works to meet the demand tor illumination at the terminal
city. A plant will be erected of a
sufficient capacity to supply gas for a
city of large proportions.
An extensive immigration is pouring
into Whatooro and other counties
across th. borders this year. These
are principally from Dakota, Minnesota and Iowa. A few are arriving
from Ohio aud Michigan. They are .
very desirable class of settlors.
Hon. Mr. Abbott in the senate said
he could not state whether or not British Columbia would be granted representation in the cabinet Population
and revenue were no argument, for
such representation. Other considerations governed the giving of portfolios.
Why don't the Westminser boy. take
torn. step, to form .baseball or cricket
dub, now that the season has approached 1 Each of the other cities of
the province have their sporting organisations of which they are justly
proud, and we see no reason why our
city should be behind. Come boys,
hn.tl.1   _^^^^^
To Rm.—A 5-ropmed house on
Agne. street.   Apply at this office.
— . » . .
Fan Sam.—Two building lots, corner Agnes and Miry sts.; lot in Merchant/. Square,—Apply to Woods, T.
**(■ >: dmySlwl .,
PouoiCooHT.—A young lad named
DeConey wu charged at the court
this morning with using insulting language toward. Mr. Stnunberg, princi-
1 of tho high school. There being
luffioi.nt evidence u to the priaon-
jl guilty wm discharged.    '
T»» Vtoioiu Railway.—Winnl
peg advloM My that th. Il.ui.ntnt
gov«raor of Unites, hu frrsn hi.
assent to th. bill to Mid . railway to
th. boundary. Pr.mi.rNorqu.yuya
th* work 0* th. >0M will begin at
0*1*.   Ilia to b. died the vfotori.
■...IX .  *■**"
Bkownsvhie Booming.—A roal-
cstate dealer informed a representative
of the CotliKBIAN thtt the price of laud
in Brownsville hu been steadily ou
the increase for the last year. He could
S've no reason for this mysterious
wm.   Maybe some one has got a
"corner" on Brownsville property.
f~  . » . f—
Kibkman Piano,—In another column will be found an advertisement
from tho well-known firm of Messrs.
Robort Ward & Co., Victoria, relating
to the piano-fortes of Kirkmau & Son.
These instruments have a world-wido
reputation, nnd the firm of Robert
Ward & Co. is too well known to need
On introduction to the people of British
Columbia,
InraoviNo the Land.— Delta
municipality is constructing a main
ditch from Crescent creek, a mile and
a quarter long. It is 25 ft. wide at
the top and 13 ft. at the bottom, and
5 ft. deep. Along section lines are
branches, thus giving half-sections on
either side drainage. The earth from
the excavation ia being doposited on
the roads in the district.
Disallowance.—Sir Geo. Stephen
had another interview* with Sir John
Mocdonatd last Saturday, and it is
said hss received definite pledges thnt
the Dominion authorities would voto
any bill passed by tho Manitoba government .to provide for the construction of a railway to the boundary, and
that he would uso all his personal and
political power to force Manitoba into
submission to the Canadian Pacific
monopoly.
Bra Loads.—Three of the largest
loads ever recorded were drawn from
the camp of Mr., A. Charleston on tho
Pitt River road on Thursday. The
haul -htm I of a mil.. The first load
consisted of 12 logs, containing altogether 21,711 feet, and was in charge
of teamster E. A. Monroe; the second
load consisted of 11 logs, or 21,703 ft.
in all and wu in charge of teamster
Andy Clements; the third load contained 12 logs, or 26,043 ft. in nil, and
was in charge of E. Hamilton.
 . • ~*_ »—-	
Ahothbb Floating Palace.—Plans
are being prepared for a new screw
steel steamer for the Canadian Pacific
Navigation Co. The new steamer will
be of modern construction, - Her tonnage will be in the neighborhood uf
1600 tons register. Throughout her
appointments will be of the most elegant description. It is not yet known
whether she will be built in the United
States or in Britain. When afloat in
these waters she will be indeed n palace
ploughing tho waters of  the great
deep.—Times.
 • ^*.« ,—
A Pointer tor the Council, —Mr.
H, B. Bsakett, of Port Haney, arrived
last night. Mr. Beckett hu the contract for the mason work of Mr. Duncan's new hotel on Columbia st: At
there will be considerable earth to be
excavated before a foundation can be
kid, Mr. Beckett says if the council
will supply cuts and teamsters he will
fill the carts free of charge, and the
council can deposit the dirt on the
lower part of Columbia at, where it is
urgently need. What will the council
do in the matter!
Upper Nicola.—Some remarkable
discoveries of gold and silver-bearing
quarts are reputed from this district.
The (edges, which are well dofined, aro
said to be from three to six feet in
width, and in some instances of groat
value. The section so far examined is
only about four miles iu width by six
in length; bnt many lodges which assay highly have been found. These
discoveries are beginning already to
ohange the physical appearance of the
beautiful valley and whon quarts mills
and reduction works shall be set in
motion there the valley will present a
busy nnd prosperous aspect. Prospecting is proceeding with ardor and
many strangers, attracted by tho news
of the discoveries hnve found thoir
way there.—Colonist.
Tbe Cascade Division.—The- last
spike on the Cascade division of tho
Northern Pacific has been driven and
tho road havo now their own lino between Lake Superior and the waters
of Puget Sound. Summer rates of
freight will likely bo lower than at
present, u the cheap water routo between Chicago and other points to
Duluth is available. So soon as the
Grand Trunk hu its branch .constructed to Sault Ste. Marie, and the
£ rejected line along Lake Superior to
luluth it built, the Northern Pacific
and Grand Trunk will have the most
direct and shortest line from the Pacific to the Atlantic seaboard, and ns
there will be only two corporations to
consult in die matter, whose interests
are identical, they will be prepared to
carry freight as cheaply as any transcontinental line on the continent.
Caterpillars.^Wo havo sovernl
time, warned the owner, of orchards
against the danger of permitting caterpillars to hatch on their trees. In the
winter the nest of these vermin are not
difficult to discover and ate easily removed. When allowed to hatch tlioy
quickly overspread the whole orchard,
and their ravages are sometimes very
serious. We aro imformed that largo
numbers of these pests may now bo
seen operating on some of the eity orchards, and if left undisturbed they
will very speedily strip the foliage off
the trees. Not only so, but they will
pass out and attack tho gardens sf persons in the neighborhood, who have
been careful to prevent them breeding
on their own premise. There ought
to be a bylaw passed, similar to the
law for destruction of noxious weeds,
requiring every person to keep his
premises free from caterpillars.
WiioHiD in rat Balance, bnt not
nnd wanting. Northrop A Lyman's
sgetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Care
hu been weighed in that just balance,
the experience of an Impartial and intelligent nubllo. Both Nmedially and pecuniarily it is a success. Its sales constantly increase, testimony iff Its favor la
dally pouring In. The question ol its
efficacy In Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint,
Kidney Ailments, and for Blood Impurity
Defeated,—Tho Coquitlam Waterworks by-law was defeated in Vancouver to-day by 27 votea.
The Fraser Flood.—Mr. George
Turner, C. E., who returned from
Harrison river on Thursday, informs
us that the water at the Mission when
he left was about G feel below the
flood mark of 1882 and about 2 feet
lowor than high water of last year.
During tho past few days the water
has risen very little, and if the present
cool weather should continue a few
weeks there may be no serious flood at
all. A few very warm days, however,
would almost cortainly cause such a
downflow from the mountains as to Inflict greut damage on the lew lands.
Reports from Cariboo sre to tho effect
that there is an unusual depth of anow
on the mountains. If a great flood
should come tho loss will bo unprecedented. Since 1882 a large number
of people have settled on low lands
along the river, and an overflow would
carry away their whole possessions.
Others who have been 'in occupation
for many years have this reason placed
an unusual quantity of land under
crop, in anticipation of a large demand
for farm produce. All along the low
lands farmers are making preparations
for a possible emergency. They have
removed much of their stock to places
of safety and put thoir household effects into such shape as to be easily
transferred if required. It is to be
hoped, however, that tho water may
pass by without mischief.
Mn. David Roeson.—At the lsst
meeting of the Board of Trade this
gentleman, who represents the intrest
of his brother John, urged strongly on
the attention of the Board the necessity of getting the mails daily from
Victoria by Vancouver. His object
was to get, if possible, in an indirect
manner from the Board a declaration
of opinion that it is not necessary to
have the mail boats come hero at all.
A member asked Mr. Robson—do j-ci
como hero to represent Vancouver?
He dare not say yes and therefore he
was silent. He wants watching, he
appears to be half asleep, but he is aa
cunning as a fox.—Guardian. It is
scarcely necessary to say that there is
not a word of truth in the above paragraph. Mr. Robson did nut uk for
an expression of the board's opinion,
either directly or indirectly, on the
subject of dally mails by way of the
inlet, and no person proposed to him
the question mentioned by the Guar-
dian, or anything like it. The paragraph is absolutely without foundation,
as may easily be ascertained by application to any of the gentlemen who
woro present—amung whom wore Mr.
E. S; Scoullar, Mr. Wm. McColl, Mr.
B. Douglas, Mr. T. J. Trapp, Mr. C.
M. Beooher, Mr. J. A. Webster, Mr.
H. Elliott, Mr. H. Hoy, Mr. S. H.
Webb, Mr. A. M. Herring, Mr. Thos.
Cunningham, and others. The Guar-
,(1)011 had 11 no representative at th.
meeting, ' j
Tlie Woollen Mills,
THE DIRECTORS ARE RUSHINC THINGS.
We are happy to atate that the new
board of directors of the woollen mills
evidently mean business. They are
holding weekly meet in"s and are making purchases of machinery, nnd no
doubt ere long tlie.w oollen mills will
be running in full blast Mr. Stam
ford was i in Victoria some days ago
and purchased an engine. Last night
he telegraphed to und the engine at
once to the city. The services of a
competent engineer have been already
engaged. Workmen aro employed in
completing tho details of tho building,
and no doubt ero long the woollen
mills of Westminster will i be a realized fact.
C. 11. Hall, Grayvlllo, 111., says; "I
have sold at retail, 160 bottles of Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil, guaranteeing every
bottle. I mutt say I never sold a medicine in my life that gave such universal
satisfaction. In my own cose, with a
badly ulcerated throat, after a physician
penciling it for several days to no effect,
the Eclectric Oil cured it thoroughly in
twenty-four hours, aud iu threatened
croup in my children this winter, lt never failed to relieve almost Immediately."
The Various Water Companies
WHAT THE SCHEMES PMNSE,
Tu-day the. ratepayers of Vancouver vote on the Coquitlam waterworks
by-law. The vote will be for or
against tho scheme. The proposal is
to carry the pipes from Coquitlam
lake along the line of railway down
Ihe inlet to the oity of Vancouver.
The distance is about twenty miles.
The piping is to be of sheet steel.
This scheme hue good many warm
supporters, and was tho one accepted
by the council. In the company
are believed to be Corbould
& McColl, and other prominent citizens of Westminster, Vanoouver and
Viotoria,
The other scheme before the ratepayers is the Oapilano system. This
proposes to brifg the water from Cap-
llano creek, which is on tho other
side uf the inlet, under the inlet waters in 15-iiioh mains. The distance
is about I) miles. A duplicate pipo
will be laid to bo in readiness in case
of accident. This company is complied of Oapt. Irving, R. P. Rithet,
Thus. Earle, G. A. Koefer and others.
In addition to supplying Vancouver
with water the Coquitlam company
propose lo lap their principal main at
Moody and run piping to Westmin
ster. In case they are defeated in
Vancouver tliey promise that they
will suliinit n proposal to supply this
eity with water from the same source
snd by a similar route, vis., following
the line of railway as far ss fessible.
Thete is also another company whioh
proposes to supply this city with water. It is composed ot E. S. Scoullar,
Engineer Stamford, John Hendry and
others of this oity. This company
have nut yet revealed their source of
supply. Their proposal is already before the council, who are at present
awaiting the terms uf the Coquitlam
company. On Monday evening next
both schemes for this city will be laid
before th. council, .nd no doubt w.
■hall hear them further vantil.ted.
Personal.
T. E. Ladner was in the eity to-day.
R. D. Harkness leaves Westminster
to-morrow to accept a position on the
staff of Vancouver's new daily newspaper, the evening Herald.
Thomu Spenco, for 17 years clerk
of the Manitoba legislature, arrived
yesterday with his wife and family.
Mr- Spenco comes to stay, and hu already taken a house in this oity, where
he intends to reside.
Mrs. Stinky, and her friend Miss
Murphy, arrived direct from Halifax
via C.P.R. a day or so ago. Mrs.
Stirsky says she was kindly attended
to by all the officials along the road,
especially so by Conductors McDonald
& Newman, of the Pacifio division.
S. Chadwiok, of Arcadia, Wayne Co.,
writes; "I have had severe attacks of
Asthma for several years. I commenced
taking Dr. Thomu1 Eeleotrio Oil. The
first doso relieved me In one hour. I
continued taking It in tewpoonful doses
for a few days, and have not had an attack of It since, now nearly one year."
— •-♦-♦— —
Nanalmo Seller Fund.
Moseys Collected st Westsslssser City
Is si* or Ike WMews as**rpkass <f
KsasISM, aadHeaslltert Pre. «r Charge
ky tsc Bask .f *.C.
Penitentiary Officer* .....'..'.. .| 72 60
Hyaok Fire Co.,'.. .*.'  100 00
CityCounoil  400 00
Presbyterian church (collections) 102 SO
Ref. Episcopal church       " 68 00
Roman Catholic church     " 47 00
Church of England "        71.70
Baptist Church . , '" . 38 00
Methodist Church "       162 00
Benefit Concert      119 00
Publlo Committee Subscriptions. 637 25
Royal City P. M. Staff  622 25
Bank ot B. C. Collections 212 80
S2591 00
I feel it it due the ohurohes to add
that many of the members having subscribed liberally to the publlo list were
unable to give through their respective
churches. This no doubt accounts largely for the comparative discrepancy in
amounts given.
D. S. Ocrtih,
Hon, Sec-Trees.
Certified Correct
R. Dickinson,
Mayor.
Wholesale fill)' Market.
Beef,     per 100 lbs... J.i ....110 00 9112 00
Pork        •'        10 00 5 law
Mutton      "        ..10009000
Hldes(gr'n)"          8 008 7 00
Potatoes    "         105$ 0 00
Turnips     "          OOOi 0 75
Carrots       "  „   0110 m 0 75
Parsnips   "        ......'i.  0 75* 100
Beets "  0 755 lot)
Cabbage    "  1609 a 00
Onions       "    SODS 0 00
Pears        "  3sag 2 60
Wheat       "           160 a 175
Oats >■           1soi I m
Peas "    1.50,2 000
Bay,       per ton   , SO 00SIT, 00
Butter (rolls) perl) ,   0 876) 0 00
Cheese, "  0 208000
Eggs,     perdos  0 253 on
Geese,       each        1 00 a 175
Ducks "         ,.  0 253 0 80
Chickens, ...,_.  0 00$ 0 75
Turkeys, per lb  0 90 a 0 80
Cordwood (retail) per cord   8 60 a 4 00
—^■^■■^i^———
§T. PAUL'S CHOtiCli. services every Sunday at 11 a. at. and 7 p. n. In
0 Church, St, John street, below Royal
avenue. Seats free, all sre cordially Invited. Sunday school at 2.80 p. If.
1 .  (fettle)	
MKTHODI.T CHURCH, Mary St.
Bev. C. Watson, Pastor. Services at
m. and 7 p. m. Sunday School and
Bible Class 2*80 p. m. Prayer Meeting on
Thursdays at 8 p.m. Seats tree; strangers
ooidlallylnvlled, Je7-fc.
JJAPTUT CHURCH, Agnes Street,
IJ East of Mary street. Rev, Robert
Lennle, Pastor, Lord's Day Services at II
a. m. and 7 p. m. Sabbath flchooland
Bible Class at 2:83 p. m. All seats free;
atrangers cordially welcomed,   d-deuto
>     lUCtOK IiODoa Ha, *, A. V.
^#\g/ J. A. It .-The regular Com-
jLM munloatlons ol this Lodge are
/▼ \ held on the flrst Monday In eaoh
month. Sojonrnlng brethren are cordially luvltedtoatteud
PETKR OBANT,
teO-te Socretary.
WANTED
Y AN EXPERIENCED WOMAN, em-
_   ployment for Cooking and House,
work In a private family.   Address "Cook
B
nnd Housework," tbls offlao.
dJiHU
KIRKM&Si
PIANO-FORTES.
«•» MIDAl.     aiOUIDT AWAED.
Isveslers' IsalMtlss, Uad.s.
mHE MANUFACTURES OP MFS8RP.
iTor Quality of workmanship and materl
employed.
. The Pianofortes mad. by this old-esla
KIBKMAN an noted tor their supe-
■"    "'       "    -terlal
■.. -,—.- -.-- —, by this old-established Arm are specially adapted to the
climate of each country whence they an
exported,
„*»■ Iron frames, overstrung, cheek action, and all the latest Improvements, ensuring brilliancy of tone, e
ROBE1TWARD&CO
VIOTOB1A,
Me Agists IWBrHlsk Clnakta.
       dwjetwi	
NOTICE.
ANTED TO PURCHASE 10 C
Cools ol No. I AldsrWood.   A
lo W. R. LE WM,
dwmyuml HswWMUnl
WA
3TOT5CQ3B.
I. Ik. Mailer .r ike (SIM. sf «. E.
Meiw, decease* IstesM*.
LL SUM* DUE TBI' EBTATE OF
'"-isleJ.I" "        	
Igned
-Jg claims agal
tate.must send In their
the late J. E. Murne mutt be paid to
me ondenlgne.| lonhwllkl and .11 persons having claims against th. said Es-
\H\t, duly
-    !f-
verlOed.totneund.!-
mlnster, on or before
A. D. 1887.
A\fr 1|?7. JOHN SBianwuww,
dmysste   ■ Administrate!
of July,
TENDERS' OR
Stone Foundation I
Houses to Sent
niiiKEtJ aouafia to bknt on st.
X   John Street, north of Queen's Avenue.  Fine healthy locution, good water,
and reasonable rent; Apply on the pre-,
raluito
dmy28wl MRS. HUGHES.
mKKDBRB WILL BE RECEIVED BY
1    the undesigned up to noon on Taet-
fgnMM
Plans and speolOoatlons nan beMU at
the office of Henry V. Edmonds, MoKen-
■le street, The lowsst or any Under not
Brighouse Estate.
A LL PARTIES ARE HEREBY CAU-
A tloned against purchasing of Sam'l
BriRhouse or executing; mortgages on any
portion of the above estate without the
sanction of Manuel la Brlghonao, his wife,
or her solicitors,
depute      MANUELLA BRIGHOUSE.
Education Branch of
Protxkciat. Secretary's Department,
Victoria, Muy SSth, 1887.
VTOTIOE is HEREBY GIVEN THAT
YS the Annual Examination of Candl-
deles for Certificates of Qualification to
teach In the Public School b of thePio-
vlnce will be held In the Agricultural
Hall, Victoria, commencing on Monday,
July 4th. at 10 a.m.
intending candidates are required to
notify this Department and furnish testimonials prior to June 24th.
Applicants for Renewal of Certificates
aro Hereby notified to comply with the requirement* of sub-flection 8 of section 41
of tho "Public School Act, ISM."      ,y,
S. D. POPE.
dmy28m Superintendent of Education.
Every Man to bis own Business
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST* DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP   COLONIAL HOTKH.
' SEW  WESTMINSTER,'. 'RO,
Physicians' Proscriptions and fam-
lly Recipes a Specialty.
N   B. — Only Genuine Drugs used,
Over twenty veers' experience.    mrM
WE  TOO,
REPRESENTING THE
OF BROOKLYN, N. T.,
£tna Insurance Co.
ot H-ft-raTriroBr),
ARE PREPARED TO TAKE' RISKS
as lew as «nr other Cssnnasy represented here.
We also save tlio nssurea'tlme and trouble by being able to write onr policies
here wlthont reference to Vletorlft office,
as we aro direct agents.
WOODS, WBNEB t> (MMBIE,
Acenls, NewWestmlnster, B.U.
1st June, 1B87. djeiml
What Physician* Sav. About th'i
m
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
"Treatment by Absorption has for some
time been recognized by Medical Men to
be the most simple antl effectual means
of oonveylng.to Diseased Oieans, "Curatives," but in oases of Kidney Disease and
Complaints attendant thereon, sneoeuful
treatment was practicably Impossible until the Introduction of the Starr Kidney
Pad. It costs less than a single prescription and Is Immeasurably more decisive
and effective than any quantity of internal
Medicinal dosing. Worn Immediately over
the seat of Disease. Its curative properties
become absorbed by tho diseased and enfeebled Organs,continuously and directly,
as required to insure In return their healthy action and original vigour. It lH.com-
fortable to the patient anil pleasant In Its
effects, and cures when nothing else can.
The Htarr Kidney Pad accomplishes positive, decisive results. A more valuable
discovery hi a true remedy for Kidney
Diseases was never tnnde,—MetUcal Gazette
The Htarr Kidney Ym\, manufactured
In Toronto, Is a permanent sure cure for
diseases, disorders nnd ailments of the
Kidneys, Bladder and urinary secretive
system, or attendant complaints, causing
pain In the small of tho buck, sides, etc.,
producing urinary disorders, such as too
frequent, scanty, difficult, painful or copious micturition. Inability of retention and
sedimentary urine, dropsical symptoms,
etc. denoting the presence In the system
of diseases common to the urluary secretive organs—known as gravel, cufarrh of
the bladder and passages, Brlght's disease,
diabetes, dropsy, piles, nervous debility,
etc. Hend for paraplihitto T,ANGf.EY&
CO., Wholesale Agents; Victoria. Retailed by A. M, HERRING nnd p, 8. CURTIS
A CO., New Westminster; rT. McNEE-
LEY, Ladner's Landing: H. MoDOWKLL
A CO., HARTINGS SAW MILL CO,, THE
VANCOUVER DRUG" CO., Vancouver)
W. E. MCCARTNEY A BRO,, Vancouver
and Kamloops; J. B. LOVELL* Vale; W.
a MEGAW, Priest Valley; H. CLARK A
CO., Kamloops.
dwieOyl
A BY-LAW
To Beitraln and Punish DUorderly
Penoii, and Eclating to Piblle
Xorali.
WHEREAS BY AN ACT PASSED IN
W the Session of the Legislature of
the Province of British Columbia held In
the forty-fourth year of the reign of Her
Majesty Queen Victoria, Chapter Sixteen,
power Is given to every Municipality to
pass Bylaws rel»tlng to Publlo Morals;
THEREFORE the Municipal Council of
the Corporation of the City of Now Westminster enacts ns follows)
No person shall make use of any prolans, obscene, blasphemous or grossly Insulting language, or bo guilty of any other
Immorality or lndeeeney in the City of
NewWestmlnster; nor snail any person
or persons exhibit, sell or offer to sell, any
Indecent or lewd hook, paper, picture,
plate, drawing or other thing, nor exhibit
or perform any Indecent. Immoral or
lewd play within the said city.
Any person or persons found drunk or
Jsorderly In any street, highway or publlo place within the city of New Westmin
iter, and all vagrants and mendicants
within the said city shall be subject to
ths penalties of this By-law.
Any person or persons guilty of un Infraction of any of the provisions of this
By-law shall upon conviction before the
Mayor. Police Magistrate qt any Justice
or Jusiloes of the Peace for tbe City of
New Westminster, on the oath or
tion of any credible witness, '"
at the if'    -"-■■-   ■* *■-
irma-
, discretion b^the'sald'slayor
roilce Magistrate, Just Ico or Justices convicting, a penalty not exceeding the sum
of fifty dollars for each offence, exclusive
of costs, and In default of payment thereof forthwith It shall and may be lawful
for the Mayor, Police Magistrate or Justice
convicting as aforesaid to Issue a warrant
under his hand und seal, or in case the
■aid Mayor, Police Magistrate and Justice
or Justices, or nny two or more of them
are acting together therein, then under
the hand and seal of one of them, to levy
the said penalty and costs or costs only by
distress and sale of the offender's or offenders' goods and chattels, and In case of no
sufficient distress to satisfy the said pen.
alty and cost* lt shall and may bo lawful
for the Mayor, Police Magistrate, Justice
or Justices convicting as aforesaid to commit the offender ot offenders to the common gaol or the District of New Westminster, with or without hard labor, for
any period not exceeding Mx calendar
months, unless the said ponolty and costs
Bylaw mad a third time and passed by
the Municipal Council on the 23rd day of
May, A. D. 1887.
Reconsidered, adopted, nnd the soft! of
tho Corporation appended hereto this 80th
dayofMoy.A. D, 1887.
***-<, .   R. DICKINSON,Mayor.
1 v^ > JAS, A, ROBINSON, O.H.O.
■ '* djeltl •'■'■, i ,
We have just Received and Opened this
.Week large shipments of New Spring
. Goods, assorted as follows:
Fancy Dress Goods,
Slack bress Goods,
Dress Trimmings & Linings,
Printed Cottons&Ginghams
Black Silks & Satins.
Luce Curtains & Counterpanes.
Table Linens. Nankins*
„ ■■■■■'•■ ftimtmk***
Kid Gloves, Corsets $% Hosiery,
Embroideries, Laces & Edgings.
Collars, Cuffs fc Handk'ch'fs
Clothing, nuts, nml Men's Farnlshlngeoods,
CarpeU, Llnoleomh OU Clsths and Knt.,
ALL OFFERED AT VIRV OLOU PRrOtB. V^
D. DRYSDALE *60.>
April 2,1887  73 Columbia S>, N.w, WMttnuMter.-
an Spring Mil
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, Chand'os,
Rutland, Suffield, Pagoda, Marchioness, Ellen Terry, Purl, new
and striking Sailor Hate and Boating, Picnic arid Sun Hats, in .
numerous varieties,
ROBE COSTUMES.
Uks up Striped Satins.   %%«to| psjafents, fclumes and
^rimmings of all descriptions. «
Great additions have been' made to our usual heavy Stock, in
every Department, including Men's Clothing and Furnishing.'"
JAMES ELLARD & CO.,
dwapotc
COLtTMBZA STKBBT.
New    West'r,   B.  O.
dspMto
BRITISH BLUE MOTTLED SOAP Uu"^'W.
1RITISH BLUE MOTTLED SOAP ^u^°RWm.
■IK'S JUBILEE SOAP>'-"^«» ^
[KEEN'S JUBILEESOAP *--*««*■■ ^Hom
10.1 PALE YELLOW SOAPi,B ^am.
PENDRAY'S BORAX SOAP ■"—
PENDRAY'S ELECTRIC SOAP"*' mm******:
PENDRAY'S BARBER'S BAR SOAP "h°»KSTtN use.

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