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NEW WESTBilNSTBR, a 0., THURSDAY EVBNINO, HAT 19, 1887.
nsWOirwMM.-'
OFFIOE—Clarkaon Rtreet, opposite rear
entranoe ol Qolontal Holel.
RE6H>BNOF.-A_0_I St., opposlle Uew
BaptlsWDlmwH,   ■   ■• r.
OFFIOB HOUR8-10 a. in. to 13 noon; 3
to J; and .180 to 1p.m. dnolMc
I.
K. MAM-KAN, B. A„ tt. D., 0. SS.
OFFICE! HoKonsle Street, next door to
Drill She-.
RBSTOENOBI A«nes Stroet, third boose
Irom Mary Street, ..liisrl
OFFIOE HOURS: 10 to 13; 3 to 8; -!*> to8.
d-delite -
IT  M.COO____,». A.M.D.,
n* -:FHxnijjf&'*BU__?K>g.
OFFI«BUWli>_W'-"HP»^> *-**
ciert door lo Farmers' Home), near
Celo___|a-il_Jle»W«s___n   -
OF^fcB .BDUBtgl,** » a^afe;
Ory prompt!} attended to.     	
pono 1KB * Merau,
barristers,
'■ \ solicitors, etc
Oflee. Mo_enileS_Ml,-Ta*Wejtmlnjtjr,
and Vancouver, B.0.    ,.:■.■   -JySldwte
rn p. Atkinson,
T.
RARRISTER, SOLICITOR, to.
McKenale Street,
dwMOto Saw WrHralnst_r,R A i
 ——j. • —rrw.
NORMAN BOLtf, *\*
BABBISTER-A'Mj-.W.      j"
Und Agent. ' Money to team
Colombia S(reet,..; . - ny i j
■e_tu New Weitminiter, B.O.
W."
rt   W, GRAUT,
AROHITEOT'"
Al A. J. Hill's Ollice,
dwfe25tc
McKenale St.
rt   H. CLOW,
AROHITEOT. "
OFFIOE, tor the present, at residence on
Clinton Street. •■
tr Word may be left at Di Lyal's Bookstore. dwfeSto. i
/ .APT. PITTBHDR10H,
LAND  AQENT, AC., AC
Colnmbia Streot,
d-dolto Near Crescent, N. W. -'"
rn J. TBAPP.
au-TK»jebrand'appra»bi*.
Colnmbia 8lM»t,............New Weatmlnater
AU'eommlsslons will receive prompt
•nd ea-Bf-1 attention. Beet refer-no.,
given wheu recinlmd. mhU-to
W.D.FERRIS,
LAISi UUBE ul 8B-&UL UENT
' Bent and Debt Collector.."..', \
siTUAii eooa mus ron bah.
Afaal Ibr Ilie TBAfCUB'S UVE „t
AC-IBRXT IMItBAMS COBPAJIt.
■arir.rd. Cau.
OFFIOBi-FeiTls Street, Ntw Westminster. teiUs
D>AL ..STATU BROKERI,
CasiTeyaHeers, Collectors,
Aad lasanusei Ag.afs,
OITIcesnt VIOTORIA: Fort Street,
NEW WESTMINSTER! Corner
McKensle nnd Clarkson ___
VANOOUVER, Cordova Streot.
BUILDING LOTS lor sale In all sections
of Vancouver and New Westminster City.
FARM LANDS of superior anallty for
sale at Ohllllwhaek, Fort Hammond,
Langley, Maliqul, Sumps, Mud BariLnd-
ner*i Landing, I,uiu Island, North Arm
nnd Pitt Rirer.
__fl_H-__BR»^^
feme
- }»i.i-i-i.>-if-i>i--_-i-'-i-_--_--r
ht PERHONH INDEBTED TO tail
_ nlwve Estate are notified tlmt Mr.
[<nnry V. Eilmondu In alone Bitthorlised
*w t»i»etlw payment thereof nnd to
i"reo*#"i'Mr*rtJ.rtTT8-;;   *
f. a. Simpson,
JNO. WILSON,
Assignees of K'tato-nf Kelly flro..
dliir.lTilo
--_■•_.--_-
lOwOtta
_»<-_-____?_-_-
we are prepared lo furnish prlees and full
particulars or. all klnilaof machinery for
Saw Mills, Rlilnxlo Mills, Faclorles, Fonn-
dries mid,
nines ana _	
able, both new nnd
Rubber Belting,
Leather " ..
Lubricating oil.,
jKlitintBlooki,
Ships' Blocks, i    ,
^Tislios and Brooms,
• shops, itwiudiuitrn*
, siatloiuiry (pil port-
Iseoond-liand; alsoi r
Hardc
ilarni
and Bdrio Tools
?•"*•'
'supplies, -
Gas Maohlnos,
Iron Tools,
nil und Oils,
FRASER * LEONARD,
■almas;a Block,    •    t«_.vi Mreel,
VANCOUVER, B. 0,
_____
MERCHANTS,
WHA«P STtBfiT . VICteWl.
_-3_»_i rom
North Britisli and Mercantile
Insurance Oo. tor Mainland.
H.C. BEETON A CO.,
' M FlnsbnOT'ClKa,
THE CLARENCE
!»l8_ia83**-:
FUNK 0. MW-My^-.y Jfifjr. UMM
TOURISTS' -WM-.ijAlW'EIISj FIRST
Olass In every respeot rally HP-
piled wllh all -lavealea-r. of. Modem
lalels.. New ond Eletant in all He Appointments. Prices Moderate.
Tills mntnincent Hotel Is now open for
the reception of ducats.
aa-Ho pains will be spared by the man-
K-ctn.M l" make this Hold pleasant and
MANUFACTURER OF
THOS. OVENS,
ACTURER OF
/Carriages,
•W"__f__.Gr03_TS.
All Kinds, ot Machinery, Patent Ijocki,
Sales, Sewing. Machines, to., tc,,
B-ickSMlYHINQ
In ail Its branches.  Farmers'
Mill and Contract Work; '
Implements, and every thlhc —
blacksmith lino made to order.
Having secured flrst-class workmen, wa
teel confident ot giving satisfaction.
__r«orie*shoilng»i_*olilty.   Bilk.*
dw-JlySllcl   _0i,nM_u8r.,NewW_R.
_3_3______ ______    no3
ForI Will Speak.
Wherea- on certain bougba and epiaja
Now dl vote blrda are heard to sing,
And sundry flowers their, heads upraise,
Hall lo the coming on ot spring,
THE AF0RE8AIU BIRDS MAY NOT
bo ..lew speak In tbe RtgUih language; but If they could, no donbt you
wonld have heard ere this of the splendid
assortment of
Just received from the East, ond whlcb
are open to the Inspection of the Public.
Which wo desire customers for at once.
Alao, od hnnd: ■• a T« Pvlhk,
Mmttlm aiMklM, rruch	
qeo. h. mm *<».
Colnmbin SI. Now Westminster.
j Orders^iijjilJnromptiy.^dWIfci,
—.'nr.-.-  ' iff"*11*!..!.   .   i.si',f'
COME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLOIN,
_ TAMW
._____;
POSSESSION OF
mperance Boos.," fronting
ind Oknreh BlrMU, oppu.lt.
I Ohurch, and now known
FARMERS' HOMEI
_P_S.?^•_^,W•B*»*,,•
■Ijoardiierday^^^j
)aM_______3£__
mm* MeAi_.__*^___*_____si m
_naBetis.Hsiss.sss. ,,,Hi*mt*iHgfm**,mmfkmt,   .. _V§.
Flower* for •■!•.       .
C.
.     F .;'      HAVINO TAKEN -'' ■'
Undk.MJH__-.Bi, Frt.nl 9*.
(Formerly occupied by Kjle* Tllton),
IS MOW RE ADV
to serve Ua customere and everyt
wllh aa good , stock aaamanwanl
•elect from. -_fe
waie^r&wBrifeB^
Como and sec ttie new place, and let _»
know what you tEleknf It.
0. MODONOUGH.
CHARLES MURRAY,
CLARKSON STRMT,    '
•tl. Kcititrjr Ole., Hew WhI-t.
Sow, Sn ud Onunttl histiui
nm aawM, auujml kmmnhwiq,ju.
%ali_7ap__r.
Tha largest assortment of Wall Paper
In tho City, comprising newest patterns,
alwaya on hand at boiiom pricea. Sam-
Sles on view at T, R. Pearson A Co.'a
Un*, Colnmbia St,   Paper -«M_w at
specially low rates. oielno
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSBRTMAN * DEALER IN
Frnlt and Ornamental Trees,
flWE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN-
JL form the poople of Britiah Oolumbia
that be has established a Winery al Lad-
ner*. Landing, and la prepared to nil
all orders l.r Fruit Trew. Omaminlal
Treq^rob-.r^lnee^Smell Fralu.
cording lo the wlsbee of customer., Tbe
eubscrlber baa had a the
training In tho bnilaies,
 _.__._ —iPUhii
permanant ataka In
Inunat to deal fairly
MS^AB-jir-
THE LEADING
BOOTiSHOE
ESTABU8HMENT
—or TOk—
Malnltttid Of B. O.
Coloilil Hotel Block. CtlMMt It.
NOW EN
rpHia HOUSK MARKS ANNUALLY
LINES KEPT ON HAND.
CALL AND 8E8 MY  STOCK BB-
TOKK YOU PU_tOHA8E.
—__-       '!      '-'
Boull Mi Shoet, from (Wc upwarch.
_»4lM,_i_m_l,8ll»CI_ IcrXmat-
ftilorellestevaf eoen.
Mll_M*r___t«i',HI-i«i'a OklM"
r ;;;! mm* R088,
C.1..UI BMel Block, Colmkln M.
dwnoUte
Cream & Fancy Cakes
—-ap to~».
A. DIEBEL'8
New Westminster
HARBLE IRKS
rnn above Works have been
1   opined In the Bonding formerly occupied by Morgan the Barber,
Or* »o*r Wfat of llckliios'i Bit-
cker Slop.
•'" Call and Inspect our Work and'obtain
prices.
We ara Iha only practical Hutli Cation on the Mainland.
- Always in stoek, a good assortment of
MONUMENTS,
HEADSTONES,
MANTLES, Etc.
RUNE* MONCK.
New West, April IS, mt.        dwapllte
UTABLUniD 1859.
ROBT.0ICKINSON
BUf^HER,
tmij s*hmu tk* niMtoi i*m,
,  NKW WE8TMIN8TKR.
mHB LABOB8T AND  CHOICEST
JL - Mfipp il all dMrtfHoM ol
MEATS AND VEIETAILES
CoostMUy onhand, and rapplM lo hm.
•lea, -__rt__p«t_, ___ __nm_M_ kith*
| tOWMT POSSIBLl PRICW.
J-TOTIOB..
Is Ike Mailer *r Ike (stale or BnvM
Bhsiiy *t9l*m *""*' mtnmt,
A if Person indebted to the
A Batata c< Ike into David Wells, must
^1 of such Indebln-ia. tame
Mlmdir, B. a, IMhwIth.
.persons having elaims againit
101-ld Atata most nnd the mmi In,
Sj? ERBS'SiL*?Jr!-"? '•5'1 &&* ""*'
nd all penoni
Mad this Ulh April. A.
aplMratwl
f__L-Vil*
Admlnls
NOTIOE.
WE HAVE APPLIED TO THE HON.
the Mliil.ler ot the Intorior lira
license lo ent and carry away Umber from
tke followlogdMorl-ed InAof land, adnata- ip Niw WMlmlMter Dlstricli
Oommi-clng at a alike on Ihi south
slcli of DeBeck ereek, on Ibe west side and
bout Ihrw mllM wulb fnm the hnd of
north A chains lo point ot eomraeae
mentj containing about M acres, more i
^--.OltBTM^I^^jLD.
it-rl,wv   ™'1**mtS8S?'
NUMBBR 117
Absolutely -Pure!
ii
nnr....-
economical
ie ordinary kinds, and
 bo sold In oorapBlUon with thi
multitude of low test; short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only lu cans.
Roval bakixu Powdkh Co., lot Wall St.,
New York. Jfoly
Safe for Sale.
A NO. 10 TAYLOR'S SAFE, in nod
A order; SIxflS Inches Inside; wlfl be
sold cheap. Apply at this offlce. dwfelSte
Shares for Sale.
1AA SHARES IN THE  BRUNETTE
1UU Sawmill Co, Limited.
K. I. DeB -OK, Managir.
New West. Mar. lOtk, 1SI7.       dmhlOtc
Land for Salel
1iA ACRES FinrfaLASS PRAIRIE
14U I-rad on Lulu Island, North Arm,
Fraser River. For particulars apply at
thlsofllee.    - dmhlOtc
FOR   SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN the LANCh
ley Saw and Planing Mill: mill In
good order. For particular, apply on the
premises to H.WE8T, '
Or, Messrs. DRAKF., JACKSON,
opiate A HELMCKEN, Victoria.
FOR 8ALE.
ACRES OF GOOD FARMING
   Lands In the Dlstrlet of New
..estmlnster. Will be sold In Lots to suit
purchasers. Terms Ensy.
Applyto
ANDREW LSAMY,
.-  .   .(»Mo.
The liariboo Railway.
Y«aterdajc we gave a brief iketoh
of Ur. Bell's report on the Cariboo
Kailway, ahowiaf rf*)pe of the pecu-
liaritict of the errtNl mitrs. Having compared them ai^i tatimatecl
their cost, Mr. Bell proe-ula to cotl-
■idet some of the important ^u4-
tHMut whioh ahoold i_JI__nc« a'tJd-
otuiion u to the beat route. S»('
fint he remarks tbat there is no
wcortl of any snow glides haying
ever taken place along the projected
line of railway. "The maintenance
of tr_(Ho upon the Cariboo road,"
the report lays, "through the winter months, hea givon a very.good
Approximate knowledge aatdviiat
amount of inconvenience mat bsex*
pected frorii'heavy.iiiow-faltt'with-
Thls powder never vartea. A martilatL-Mrt slides or drifts.": Mr. Bell then
'-**rt-l-**^^n^eWo^~"dCT
on the advantages that might be expeoted to accrue to the oountry
from the adoption of any of the
routes named. "It is to be noted,"
he says, "that in a mining distriot
the molt business may be got upon
the longest line, provided the whole,
of the. circuitous portion is located
in a highly gold-bearing distriot, such
as that (through which the north
end of the line as laid down passes'
haa proved to be. By going through
the Beaver valley, a good agricultural and grazing country, ih contiguity with tho mining. belt upon all
sides, business would be likely to re-'
suit and a naturally very attractive
oountry to induce settlement during
the early days of constructive operations. The line that I had first
intended to explore north of Bridge
creek was that following Captain
Mitchell's trail to the Horsefly river;
down that river and along the west
shore of Quesnelle lake, down the
South Fork river and up the North
Fork, In order to utilise this line
tome means of entering the Horsefly
river must be found at a point far
south of the 148th mile by plan. X
went up the South Fork for four
miles, and came back with the con
viotion that I had seen the large
proportion ot halt a million dollan
worth of work Still then might
be found some way of avoiding this
objectionable work in connection
with a line by way of the Horsefly
river. The Horsefly river was explored by Mr. Joseph Hunter, 0. E„
for a long distance south of its discharge, and found to be practicable
for a line of railway. The Black-
water river bu never lieen condemned as a possible means of rising
from the Clearwater river to tne
oentral plateau. If it wen possible
to Join the Blackwater with the
Horsefly river, this combination
might afford a good dine, route,
other conditions being equally favorable, and it would pass through a
very promising mining country.
Possibly a high level line might be
run by the northern end of Ques
nelle lake, dropping into the present
lino by plan about the 230th mile.
Suoh an exploration is worth investigation, as it would shorten distance
considerably; although from all we
now know it would be premature to
be sanguine about tho results. With
refennce to the southern portion of
the line, I may direct attention to
the fact that the Bonaparte river
possesses an advantage over all other
routes as a means of acoesstothe
central plateau of British Columbia,
owing simply to the length of its
course and the general uniformity of
its grade over any given distance.
Taking two points th tho same latitude, say lil degrees and 20 minutes, one point situate on the Bona
Krte, and another on the North
lompson river, it will be seen that
the point upon tha Bonaparte is
nearly three times higher above sea
level than the point upon the North
Thompson, which shows the inferior
ity ofthe latter as an approach to
high contiguous points compared
with the Bonaparte .river. Jn reference tio the question of which of the
routes roported on would best meet
the requinments of the oountry,
other than those of mining, it should
be remembered that the best portion
of the North Thompson valley is already navigable, Then is, there-
tore, no gnat objeot to be gained by
further serving that district, which
is already best served. Ihe inter
est* to be served by the Bonaparte
route preponderate over those of the
North Thompson; and the development of the North Thompson district, outside ot the valley of the
river itself, is not capable ot muoh
lateral expansion. Then are many
good summer ranges upon the headwaters of the Bonaparte, snd ho*
tween then and Oanim lake, capable
ot considerable future development
The forming and grating interests
between Cache Oreek and Quesnelle-
month an considerable even now,
and under the stimulus that would
be elBxded those dlstricl* by any
Orden left at Mr. McColl'sitoraon Columbia street, or at my houae, Dauglal
itreet, will meet with prompt attention.
.   HENRY WUOTT.
Hew Westminster B. 0, |lyWe
Farm for Sale.
/W8I8TIN- OF TWO LOTS OF IU
V. and 100 aores (which will be sold together or separately); s miles tram New
Westminster} Ont-elaii land; about *S
acres dyked; balance Prairie and Bush:
will be sold at a bargain.
Applyto 0.0. MAJOR,
dwrnhiic New Westminster.
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
A FARM CONTAINING -W ACRES-
A partly Improved, Situated on the
North Arm. Fraser.River, about 6 miles
from New Westminster and about 8 miles
from Vanconver, For particulars apply
to JAMES MILLER, Sea Island, North
Arm, or to JOHN SPROTT, Immigration
Agent, NewWestminster.      dwaMDml
•|ail8JPwftaji Columbian
Thar_ls. Rveilag, May It, ISH.
increase of activity in minini
ations (such ns would result frdp
the buildiMof a line of railway into the Cariboo minet), it is reasonable to suppose that a very considerable market for produo of all kind-
would be the result A large proportion of tho present-oonsumntioh
in the mining' di(M$s is supplied
from points not v-^-remote from
the llonapart, rout* M laid down;
and, as < befon - sorted, this Mite
passes through oi Mgit)n capable of
considerable agricultural and graaing
development I wouljl direct attention to the fact tha. Miad of about
8 miles in length wopj^jpin the line
ai' laid down wi
waters of Quesm
would open
aiidagrloolll
line of kbout-iiou miles in length in
the very heart of a district jn whieh
tery encouraging..- prospects have
been- found/ know;, itlaoss possessing in some places very nutritious
natural grasses;"
MOBBED AND BEATEN.
O'Brien It Mobbed aod Woaaiel mt
the Streets of Toronto.
RIOTS BY THE
ForSale!
SPAN DARK .BAY MARES, I and I
 111.	
or double.
yesrs old| good travellers; won single
do
. I Bay mint, Syearsold; works single or
double; nice ladlei' or genu' saddle bone;
an t springs; nearly new.
sry gentle.
ItseeledBattriisprl _...
t Mas if rSShi Bay on North Arm,
Fmerrlver.
-Bk_U.lalllal_-aa. skair.kkU. tall
talsBin Bellies.
sABo-eai aad lae-alalk laHfM. la
Clly WiterC-mpany. __„„
W. J. FRENCH.
New West. Nov. llth, UM.      dwnnlltc
For 8jtfe!
700 A880BTBD PBHIT TIKIS
PROU THB JEWELL NVRHERY 00-
Mlnn.,eoni_dlngof
-._'-.»...
Wlalrr
Also-a nlee ossortmeat of Carnal and
■wpkerry Baskes, -rape V_Hil_w. -
Will bnscldasawhole.orlnloUlaiult,
and an very reasonable terms.-' < • •
mhllwlldte Kofi Street.
NOTICE,,
r HERESY OIVK NOTICE THAT 1
I Intend making snpllo.llon 16 the
Chief CommlssloneT of 7_u_-_nd Worka
-^S%.%.B»_R-ia.
River, lying to the south of Lot fin, Oroup
I, and Mntalnlng HO aeres, moie or lass,
STEPHEN HINCULIFFE. .
May.l, uar. dmytmi
Wood and Coal.
-*.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS ON HANI) A
lane quantity of
REST WELLINGTON LU1P GOAL
And nn assortment of
CORDWOOD,
Which he will sell at lowwl MMa, Be
will also promptly attend to all klada of
Speolnl to 111-Columbian.
TonoKTi), May 18—Last night a
crowd nf touglni and rowdies gathered
around the Bossin House, when
.O'Brien wai staying. J. B. Hullith,
of the National League, naked Q'BriCn
to go for n walk. The pair Started up
fork at. Along with them wen J. _f.
Wall, apecial correspondent of the New
York Ti■ibmie and D. T..Kellogol the
New. York Sim. They hid uot proceeded far when a crowd of Orangemen surrounded tliem and commenced
pelting tliem with stones and clubs
Wall, of .the Tribune, was the first
one to get hurt. He waa struck
oh the temple' by a large alone, and
was carried unconscious* into a drug
store near by. Somebody cried,
"Down with the traitor," "To hell
with the pope," when O'Brien wu
struck tq the ground by a club. He
immediately- picked himself up and
rushed iiito • bicycle, store near by.
The lifoh followed liim and broke the
windows and smashed everything in
ihe store. O'Brien escaped by a back
way. Ove. a scon of persons wen
injured, in the. riot The city is wild
with excitement
0OSI TO OTTAWA.
Toronto, Hoy 18.—Mr. O'Brien
and party left hen to-day for Ottawa,
On Monday night next O'Brien will
lecture in Hamilton.
Methodist Conferenee.
The followin. nport on tempennos
was presented and adopted by the conference;
1. Your committee rejoice in noting the fact that the prinoipal jounals
in tht prorinoe an now willing 10 assist in educating the public mind with'
respect tn the total prohibition bf the
liquor traffic, and they hail thia assistance with no small dsgree of satisfaction.
8. We an gratified, too, in the
great and steady advancement made
by the various lempennee organisations within the past year, and from
the preunt prospect! trust that by
the unitsd cffnrti of pulpit, press snd
platform the time is not fir distant
when the people will rise io their majesty and power and declare with ont
voioe that this terrible curse of humanity mutt and shall be banished
fnm our midst
3. It is with fstlings of prolound
sadness and amassment that we vie w
tht mutilation of the municipal act by
Ihe legiolativeaieembly—the trampling
undet foot of the righta of thc people
for the purpose of permitting liquor
saloons to be forced upon them sgalntt
the will of the majority of tho electors. We most earnestly hope that the
intelligent electors of British Columbia will not long submit to such' despotic and degrading action.    - " ' ,
4. IV) educate Ibe people onthe
temperance question it was recommended: (a) That all our ministers
be initructed to preach at least one. a
year a apecial sermon nn this theme;
(b) that the regular weekly prayer
meeting be made a temperance prayer
melting at least once a quarter! (c)
that a temperance society be formed
on all circuits snd minions, and Hint
the Sunday sohool children be encouraged to take t|ie total abstinence
pledge; (d) lhat uutercnented -Inn
only be used in all our churches; (c)
that the people be urged to wnrk and
pray and sole till we gnin lhe entire
prohibition of the liquor imlflo.
A committee was also appointed lo
prepare a resolution on Sabbath ob*'
tsrvtnoe.
On behalf nf the coinmiiti'o on statistics Rev. Mr. Tait presented the
following: The total membenhlp of
the church in British Colombia wat
atated aa 1975, an increase over last
yearof Ml; ministers and probation-
era, S3; local nreachen, 45; amount of
money raised for the several eo__«-
lonal funds, 13,11)0.70; raited for
ministerial support, 17,438.70; for alt
other purposes, 18,620. The Crosby
girls'home wot reported to havt 1H
girlttndoneboy. Since ils organisation it hat glvsn shelter to 100 children. Thtn it t deficit in ill funds
of OOO. At the Naii river orphanage, established 7 veara ago by Rev.
A. X. Green, tbout 40 bom htet
been cared for. It hoi now 7 inmitet.
Tht boyt receive a common school education and are carefully instructed iu
religion tnd industrial ptreaitt aad
provided wiih clothing.
Itwat resolved (1) that tbt ooodt
tion of tht Indian of B. C. it sueh
that the Domihtoo govtnmtat ho
urgtd to establish ioduttriil nhto-t
(_) that considering the length  of
titte during whieh we have bean enraged iu mission work among the In-
dians, Ihe nuinorota  tgentitt employed, and the liberal etpeodltan by
ourmh-iontntoetety in their main*
teatnoe and the large number of Indiana now under our ean, we an of
opinion thit ont ot more of than institution! tboold-bt placed uader ihe
direction of tbt Methodist chnreh; (3)
thtt the most tuittble lotatipa for .
tuch a school hi tha valley of the lower
-Truer; (4) thtt a home for ______
girlie, tht not Hiad tribe wooM
inff-y an-imin- link ks mimioHry
oparatlont In thentmhttu part of the
proWnoi, *ai**c*tsUm lht mmim
pnmitst-tChi__wh_-ktbta»it tli.
glble location for such t home.
Tht committee on Ohiaeta Mksiaa
and Oirh' Home pn__ntad itt npert.
The report ttated that the miakm
had been in optntioo for lt nenthai
that a night sohool wit htld five
nighu in the week; that the attend-
thee at the Sabbath school. wu frost
10 to 16 tnd tlio attendance at tha
St-btthterviowottr 10. Fire Chinese girls had betn nteutd from a
lite of ihtme tnd dtgndttion tnd
three of them wen alill in tht home.
Thett glrh wen illowed for a timt to I
amokt, u that cottom wu ■niveittl
i tmong the Chinese, bat the aaooat of
tobacco used wu Rndoally rtdoeed,
tnd none waa now illowed. It wu
recommended that a well-educated
Ohinese missionary be employed to
tuch Chinese literature tnd bible
truths in oonnt-tion with lhe million,
and tbat Chineu echoolt bt opened iu -
Westminster tnd Ntnaimo. Afttr
discutsion, tht nport wu adopted.
Tht following are the stations u
finally arranged:
vicroku wsraicr.
Viotoria-J. B. Starr, J. W: Wad-
man, H. A. (Wm. Pollard, tapuHt-
nutted.
Chinese Minion—To be;   supplied
tnd to bounder the luperintendtnot '
ol the Victoria diitrict
Satuieh and 8. & L—W. J. Dowler, B. A.
Maple Bay—J. P. Boweil.
Nintimo—Jouph Hill, tecnttry of
conference.
Wellington—To be-applied.
Comox—One to be unt.
Indian Tribu-Oni to be unt.
wtsmotsrkk ms-Ri-r.    -
Weitminiter—One to be unt
Chium Minion—Te be tupplied.
Ytncouver—E. Robson, pntHtnt
of oonfennot.
Delta and Rtehmond-W. & Sec-
oombe.
Maple Ridge—R, & Hemlaw.
Lingley-J. W. Ptttenon.
Somu and Ohilliwhaek-T. W.
Hall.
Hope-Snmu  One to bo tut.
Hope-E
Indian
Tribee-0. M. Thit
.   utnoH Disnior.
Kimloopa-J. A. Wood.
Nlooli—Ooraillu Bqfant.
Clinton—Ooe to be tint  .
Sptllumthun tad OkaoagOa—Out
wanted.
Cariboo—Jimu Turntr,
SUttsOX DUTkl-T.
Port Simpton—Thot. Crosby, _,
K.Millir. .
Kit a-maat—Ont to hi nnt and to
bt under tuptrinttndenct of Port
Simpson.
Nut-Alfred K. Green; Kit-wan
Sillto, Kit-lae-tamux and Kit-wan-
cool, usiittnti. *    • i - ■   ■
Bella Bella-Jamas Ctlvtrt) Ritan
Inlet Hyhies tnd Btlli Coola, native.,
•iittnti.
Port Ertington—Dinnls Jihniugs.
Queen Charlotte Itltndi—OtornF,
Hopkins <__idiftti);Uo!din Harbor
and Glut, nttivt uiiitinti.
Upper Skunt-W. H. Pieree (Kit*
se-guols); Kith-pi-at, one wtnttdi
Hoqghwulgtt, to ba supplisd,
Tht practice notntly adopted of inviting minister! fiom othor oodfif-
encet to take charge of particular
ehurohu wu dtpnuttd by tha onet-
ing, tnd t resolution wu idoptad n-
questing tht various qutrttrly mul*
Ingi to diieounleninM tuch invitations ih tht fnture.  . . .„..■,,
<-___■_!-___________■
HitenCwK--';;;;,
Over 1,800 imadgnwti hart trrivid
in Montrer.1 linu Sunday.
The Mioliigan Central aad O.P.R.
Unci to London tre almoit oonpltted,
The wharvu at Montreal tnitill
submerged, cauiing conuderible delay.
The entire south ind north-WMtirn
parts of flatincau village ore.tubmtig-
«•■'   -'.    ",,".'..',.-■•
Tho trallicrcceipta uf the O.P.R.-
for the weok.ending May 7thwere
*_01,'0_-.   "
The Keening Palladium, Hamilton'!
one cent daily, luipended publication
yesterday. » '
St. Thomu hu changed the dote wf
tlicQneen'a jubilee celebration from
July lat to June that.'
The freihet on the St John River
ii now tht greatett ever known. Fred-
ericton it prtottcally -ubnmged.
Tin Ottawa river hu rltta within
twoinchuof iU higbut point lut
yeir, tnd the water is still rising rapidly. ......
Aniirioin fiihwmta along the N.S.
cout tn conducting themaelvu to tha
entin utitfaction of tht otstotu au-'
thoritiu.
Victoria Vni venity Alumni on Tues ■
dty night pronounced igohi-t the carrying out of tho Federation plan until
1450,000 ii assured.
Bishop Walsh, of London, tugiuti
arbitntmn uamtasatounf-Stmtht
dudl-ck eiutingb
and workingmen in that cily.
WWCfli gattg fritfeh floWmbian
Tfeantay Bvealai. May It. Utl.
The louisvdte Gma*%r-JwrMl
having declapl itself-Apposed to
civil servicp reform, oi the ground
among othen, that it was an idea
imported from England, Harper's
WtekHy says; "But representative
government itself, trial by jury,
every great I defence and every great
tradition of Ubertv in America,
were defTved firoin England. It is
the genius and the force and the
political principles of Ilo English-
speaking raco that have made this
country what it was. If reform in,
the civil service and a return to the
original theory and practice of that
service is to be accomplished, it must
be in some way. The way must be
a method that will ttrike the root
of tho enormous abuse that hat developed anil strengthened itself in
our polities.. The competitive test
and i probation ore the mott obvious,
simple, end effeotivo resources.
They have been applied in: England
to baffle the mischiefs qf, mere personal patronage in the civil service.
Tho result there, as Mr; Gladstone
and the highest practical authorities
agree, has been most tatisfaotory,
and to reject an obvions and practicable method to obtain a desirable
end in, this country lot. the reason
that, it had been proved to be effective in England would be statesmanship worthy I of Barataria, but not
of Yaiike.-ommqn-s.nse,"
From the Nems' •*' '.earn that
Hon. F.,G, Vernqn, the new commissioner of lands and work-, has
been. visiting Vanoouver for the
puiraoia of ascertaining how the appropriations .for roads and bridges
in thot vicinity maybe most advantageously expended. The new commissioner is to bo commended for
tliis, and we hope he may find time
to extend his explorations through*
out a great part of the district, Nothing will give him such an intelligent conception of the wants of the
various parts of the country as a
personal visit and inspection, and
the knowledge thus gained wiil be
useful to hint during the whole of
his official life. We have endeavored Many times to impress upon
the government the gnat importance of having road work in this
district done early ih the teuon.
The difficulty in the way of accomplishing this hitherto has been the
fact that appropriations for the year
were not available until after the
30th June each year, This difficulty
has now been to some extent overcome, beoause' lut year the government carried over nearly the whole
appropriation, so that it is available
whenever required. We hope, therefore, that the hon. chief commissioner will lose no time now in getting rood work tinder contract
A thousand dollan spent on roads
befon July in this district is worth
mon than two thousand dollan
spent late in the season.
From tho hospital statement
which bu for some days appeared
in this paper it will be teen that
the amount of voluntary subscriptions received by that institution
has been considerable. . It was
stated by some person in the legislature during the discussion of the
governmiMit appropriation last session that the people of Westminster
did .Biii show any proper appreciation of the institution, because they
had contributed scarcely anything
towards its support   The statement
Sublished elsewhere proves this re
ection : to have been undeserved.
Out of a total voluntary contribution of 1516.75 this oity gave f 190.
The sum may be less than it ought
to be, but it is nevertheless more
than a third of the whole amount
received from private sources. Tht
report shows also thtt the benefits
of the hospital are being enjoyed by
penoni from a very Targe area of
the province. Out of a total of 103
only 25 belong to Weitminiter, and
many ot thete are nally not properly midetiti ot the city, while 35
come from Burrard Inlet The plea
npon whioh Jhejjqypmment grant
wot reduced by 11,000 is that the
establishment of a hospital at Vancouver'would reduce the number of
patients here. But the population
of the mainland ot Britith Oolumbia it In-retting to rapidly thtt we
fear there ii not much probability
of ahy! sti-rtantiol decrease. The
increoie during tho pott year, it
will be teen, wm no leu than 28,
and then, wen several applicants
° that had to be turned away becaime
there "was "no room for them in the
institution. In their report the
dinoton uy that unless a larger
inoome is secured than that provided
lor 1887-88, it cannot be carried on.
It Vfould bo '.t great pity if so useful an institution u this should be
permitted to fail through lack of to
•mill a hub at 11,000, aod we earnestly uk the government to consider whtthtr the grant ought not
to to hut-red at least to its former
position,
W.-W. MISM-f, lifnN. 8,, write*
'•I -U'_-_-td'WHh rkwmati-m, and
hadgtvt-r«p:a_ bop-s'ot a can. By
chance I uw Dr. Thomu' Eolectria On
ble to
git t_-__d; aad although iTitvi hot
nud om bottle, I am newly well. The
othtrthnt tottltt I gave irottd to i mir
Brighton, aad I kiv. kid w many ulli
(ermut,lhitifnilieu_lter__e>i_M
afifcted by writing tt junior a tupjly,"
Royal Columbian Hospital
f  N§IV #EST_faSTKK, B. C.
larlbrsleejKrB,
1,1886-8;:
C. M. MoNAUGHfrEN, Vice-President
W. H. KEARY, Sec-Treasurer.
Messrs.
W. N. BOLE, M.P.P.:  H. ELLIOTT;
J, W, HARVJ-.Y; J.CUNNINGHAM.
DIRECTORS' ANNUAL REPORT.
'•^htOTJ-Mnnr—In presenting our report
for ft-citl year ending 31st Marcli, 188",
we beg to atate that it will bo mi utter
impoHiblllty to run the hospital free of
debt oil the grant just voted bv the government for tho ensuing financial year.
The surgeon has been attentive in liis
duties ana reports a large increaso in the
number of patients admitted during the
year, shewing also that we have received
patlenti from all parts of the province.
There are a number of incurables in
thii hospital, some of whom wore brought
from Victoria hospital years ago. The
turn of $1,000 a year haa been voted for a
convalescent home in Victoria, the lost
few yean. The Board think, therefore,
that some of these incurables Bhould be
shipped baok to Viotoria.
A great number of improvements have
bean made during the year, walla and
floors repaired, a wash-houso built, tho
two cesspools thoroughly . cleaned; tho
building being old, requires constant repairs, whioh entails considerable expend-
inura.   .
T-W hospital Iim been filled to ita
utmost (rapacity during the whole year.
Tho Board desire to thank subscribers
for generous substrlptions, lists of which
are annexed, and without which it would
have been found impossible to have kept
the Institution free of debt; also the con*
gregations of Holy Trinity Church, St.
Andrew's (Presbyterian), Methodist and
Baptist Churches for hospital Sunday
oolleotioni, ami the following ladies and
gentlemen for old clothes, linen, books,
papers etc, *.—Mesdames C. T. Woods, C.
K. Woods, Major, Lennie, H. Elliot, W.
J. Armstrong, W. B. Townsend; Douglas, Edmonds, J. __V. Harvey, Baker, W.
H, Keary, D. Hennessey, Cummings, A.
M. Herring, Bronskill, Sisters St. Ann's
Convent, ladies W. C. T. U., Bachelors'
Ball Hatchery, Messrs. I.B. Fisher, Z, S.
Hall. R. 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, Seoretary,
SURGEON'S REPORT
For Ybab Ending 81st March, 1887.
_ft> tlie Members of tite Hoard of Directors;
GENTLEMEN.—I have the honor to
herewith present tlie report on this Hospital for the year ending 31st March, 1887:
Number of Indoor Patients .....log
"       . Outdoor     "      no
41 Remaining in Hospital.. 18
" Died ..}. 14
Causes of death of the fourteen who died
Mid; length of time In Hospital:—1 typhoid fever, tt Uys; 1 alcoholism, 13 dys; l
effects of flre at Vancouver, 4 mos. 10 dys;
I bronchitis, 4 dys; l lnflamatlon of bow
1 syphlfls; B dys; 1 paralysis, 4 dys; 1 aneu-
rlsm (popliteal), * mos. 28 dys; 1 general
debility, 3 mos. it dys; 1 aneurism (arota),
12 dys; Iold age, fl dys; 1 paralysis, 23 dys;
1 dropsy, 5dys; total, 14.
Although the number of deaths is large
the short number of dnys tn the Hospital
of a large proportion of thom snows that
they came in In a hopeless condition.
The places when the Indoor patients
were received from are ns follows:
Vletorla A|
Cariboo » 1
§?w^stminstor.'i.|
Bonaparte	
Yale .....*....;....
Port Moody	
Hastings...*.	
Moodyville	
Port Haney.
Ladner-*. Landing.. 2
Langley 2
Clover Valley 1
Harrison River  1
Mud Bay. 3
Chilliwhack  1
North Arm, Fraser 1
Boston Bar 1
Cassiar 1
Fraser River 2
Mission,.!/...;:..'.'..'.... 3
Pitt Meadows. 1
Vancouver-..,.. __1|
Hope 1
CPU. 6|
Total...; » .....tea
The number of Incurables now In the
Hospital Is twelve [I'll. This large number requiring to bo tnken care of from
year to year render-, it impossible to make
a number of desirable Improvements In
the building, owing to tlie limited supply
of funds. I have rntr._-U.co__ tho table of
residences to show tlio people of Biitish
Columbia that tbey ull ought to tako an
Interest In helping on thin Institution,
which is Increasing tn usefulness every
year,, as may be seen by comparing tho
number of Indoor patients of the previous
yenr —seventy-tlvo (75)—with this year-
one hundred and throe (108)*
Wa atill require a lot of d ruining to bo
done about and from thc building. The'
floors and walls have been improved and
the new wash-room Is a grent addition to
the comfort of the place.
I have great nl.•.inure In thanking a
number of friends of the IIonpitul for presents of clothes, old linen, pictures, books
and papers. Again I hnvo to thank tho
steward, Hr. Clinrli's Withy, for his constant attention to the eluanltness of tho
bulldlngand his ktuilnossnndnttoiiilon
to tbe wants of ttie sink and his readiness
In carrying out till my directions, Before
•Hoeing this report I must offer my sincere
thanks to the medical gentlemen who an
kindly off), red their uNslstanOe to myself
whenever required durlnu the past year.
Inm Yours Faithfully,
R. I. BENTLEY, M. Ii.,
Surgeon H.... H.
TREASURER'S REPORT.
In presenting -the accounts for tho past
year.the Treasurer bees to cull ntt.-htimi
to tbe faot that the outlay has bt. on rigidly
scrutinised, In whieh he has beon nbly
assisted by the Steward. Mr. Digby. There
seems little prospect of any reduction of
expenditure. You will notloo that tho
subscriptions have boen liberal and have
beeu a great assistance In keeping tho
institution free or debt, it Is to be regretted thnt the government have reduced
tbe giynt to the Hospital frpm MJjpo to $;.,-
800. Wi H* KEARY,
Treasurer.
Thk Trkamurer in Acrrr. with thr Rov-
AI, COLUMBIAN HOHMTAl,.
RKCKIPT*-..
To Balance from 1*85-0 8 2110 02
Government Orant, 4,500 00
Paying Patients, MB 40
Collection!, and Subscriptions, 515 75
n.i.Bentley,Esq._|l.n.,refund, W 50
Collections, Holy Trinity, 38 00
"        Baptist, 24 00
" MeXhodtRt, 118 55
•*        Presby teriottt.    „ 57 78
R. S. Hanna, proceeds of Ball
ut Elgin,
Mrs. Towle, proceeds of Ball at        .
Langley, 10 25
95,8-8 82
17 00
KXPENDITITRK.
By Audit	
.Bedding,
Bread,
Clothing,     . .,
Drugs and Appliances,
Furniture, --
Funerals,
Fuel,
Groceries,
Insurance,
MeatandFlsh,
Medical Comforts,
Hilk.
flsisbi
  H/ish House,
RciislntoB-lldllits,    '
Salaries, ,„
Stationery, Printing. *c,
Hblpplog Incortblc,
...I   10 00
ma
mm
mta
an im
ISS IB
imoo
mm
SIS 25
MIX)
KB 00
ao7«
Itl 88
195 00
now
1,8. .)
35110
«
n Balance after pajrlnf amis, tn
Marcli ai-t, taw
EiaialnM anil found oorraot,
W.H.
  lS3ll«r.
Ht* Wntmlnsler, Mny «H, IW.
Hit or S__...l_er■ to HosplUl.
MOOD.YVILLE.
Mowlyvillc
W, M..Co., |80 »
It Springer,     COO
EN.qPng,   '_ 00
*T.»iOrath,S 00
P,.Jamls,     "'I! CO
ft. H. Flood,   2 00
E.   Cadwallader,
J. Little,
W. Gower,
J. H.Hender*
son,
I.H..3. VVu-lor.
T. Tamnree,
O, -O.'Harlnll, 1-0
A. May, 2 50
,l.Mo\VMmioy,2S0
N. Trim, 2 00
A. Brown; 1
J. Doyle, . 1 601
C. Armstrong, 1 A0
A. MoColBim,   l_ SOl
2 50
2 50
5 00
1 50
2 50
1 50
2 50
1 50
1 50
250
  200
W.A. Winger, 1 00
M.B6)k, 100
H. Pike, 2 50
D.MoCallum, 2 50
W. Dineen, 10 00
A. Robert, 1
J. Chapman,
E. Green,
G. Williams,
8. Haslam,
W. Saundors,
2 50
1 50
1 50
1 00
 Bra
A. E. Calkins, 1 50
11. Uniloli,
|J. Blsgren,
E. Martin,
{J. Letter,
its. Bailey,
2 50
1 00
1 00
2 00
1 00
RICHMOND.
Ij.W.Twaddle.lO 00
$160 50
W.D. Ferris, tl 00
J. Prestidge 25
A. Kilgour, 1 00
J. T. Errlngton, 75
Geo, Carsoallen, 50
D. McDonald, 1 00
Mrs. Gerow, 28
H, Somorvlllo,. 50
8. Yoiall,
J. Johnson,
J. Shaw,
K. C.Kirkloinl, 1 00
F. IS. Taylor, 1 00
Ccipt. Stewart, 1 00|
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 50
LADNER'S
T. MeNeely, $10 00
H. N. Rioh, 5 00
Jas. Bone, 1 00
Chas.Clausen, 1 00
W.L.McBride, 1 00
N. H. Bain, 2 50
W. Kirkland, 1 00
J. B. Burr, 1 00
H. Hollienson, 1 00
[John Sir',
Shanly,
J. Jones,
K. Smith,
D. Smith,
H. McDonald, 1 00
Jos. Griffiths, 2 60
Jno, Ferguson, 1 00
John Swanson, 1 00
J.W.MIllw, 100
Jaa. Miller, 1 00
Wm, Nicoll, 60
Hugh Boyd, 1 00
Mrs. Thornber, 1 00
123-5
LANDING.
G. MoKonrie, 1 00
Wm. MoKee, 2 00
J.   C.   Ferni*
hough, 2 50
Ai Gilchrist, 1 00
Sharped Paine, 2 00
D. Woodward, 2 00
Geo. Green, 1 00
Chris. Brawn, 1 00
LULU IISAND.
$36 50
Walter Leo, $100
E. J. Jones, 1 00
Mrs. Peterson, 1 00
Frank Jeason, 1 00
Cly 4 Swift, 1 00
O. P. Bylander, 60
Thos. Kidd, 2 50
Blair Bros.,
London Bros.,
Geo. London,
John Dall,
Ed. Millerson,
M. Welch,
A.E.Anderatm,
2 00
2 50
60
1 00
1 00
2 60
100|
Alfred Adham, 2 50
H. M. English, 2 50
E. S. Bartruff, 1 50.
Chas. Friend, 60
Jas. McKay, 1 00
M. Stoves, 2 50
Thos. Lindsay, 1 00
F. Humphrey, 2 00
I John Green, 1 00
Thos. Harris,
John Taylor,
Ely Sanders,
David Reid,,
S. M.Pearson, 100
Chancey Leo, 1 00
|Thirklo4Tiffln,2 50
Rise Reez, 1 00
H. McDonald, 2 50
$45 50
50
2 00
2 00
100
MOUNT LEAMAN.
D. Nicholson,*    50
E. W. King, 1 00
Jas. H. Loe, 1 00
I.R.McGregor,    50
L.Paqni,
J, Yowert,
L. Fletcher,
60
1 00
$5 00
WADE'S LANDING,
F. E. Wado,   $5 00l_t.G.McKenny,2 00
Ralph Burton, 2 00>F. E. Wade,    1 00
.   .    $10.00
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Corbould k
McColl, $20 00|
J. Cunningham, 10 00
Hy. Elliott, 10 00
C.McDouough.lOOO
J.Ellard&Co.lOOO
S. H. Webb, 10 00
J. A. Calbick, 6 00
I. B. Fisher, 20 00
L. L. Doane, 10 00
Jas. Cash, 5 00
Van Volken*
burg ft Uro, 10 00|
E. S. Scoullar
ft Co;, 10 00
|Jaa. Punch, 2 50
H.Johnson, 2 50
A Kilgour, 25 00
Alfred Adams, 14 00
Geo. Mead, 2 50
W. Vianen. 2 00
J. E. Phillips, 2 00
J.S. Macdonell.l 00
D.S.Curtis,. 2 50
.A.M.Herrlng, '2 50
J.Cunningham. 2 50
D. Robson,      1 00
$190 00
HOPE.
C. Galloway, $5 001A. H. Coppeti, I'tO
(1. Wilkinson, 2 50.1. Murphy, I'M
Chas. Murphy, 1 00 J. G. Bristol, 10 00
Rolaild Rider, 50 D. A. McDon*
J. W. Wirth,   2 00    aid, 1 00
Wm. Yates, 2 00 B. Silvor, 150
J. A.Fr-sor, 1 "OOT. Alvariiy, 1 00
Hudson BayCo.2 00'J. H. Bears, 2 00
Jas. Carrigan, 2 50 Luke Gibson, 1 50
Jal.Wardle,    2 50|W. L. Flood,   2 50
(ImylOml
$4,100
asro'tioie.
In the Waller ef.tke Kalale .t B*vlcl
welts, lite iT-ppertMias,4-e_tiM-,
Inlolalr.
ALT, PEBHOSt 1NOEBTET) TO THE
Estate ol the late David Wells, must
P'lyllin amount of hticli IndehUiesi.to me
at New Weitm-tistM. B. n., forthwith.
And nll ncntoiiK having claims atnlnst
the wild Kslnle must soml till* ssllte In,
duly p'roveii-,on nr L. fot-c latb Jnno' neat.
tilledthlii'lMh April,A. fe;
iipl8um2wl
Admlnlslralor.
m   QRtP]   m,
CANADA'S COMIO JOURNAL
GREAT IWPR0VEWEWT3 FPU 1887,
11HICAlMOF"(lBn*»lstoset forth,In
, In an iniiiitrlhUauillndepcndentnian-
nnr, the puKSlha oventa of <'it nnd I an •political ami social life. Its Cartoons sneak
more definitely and more pleasingly than
whci'o columns of ttdltorlal. Intnnpun-
K«n t, piimMv nppr_ditbl<n, nnd artlstlo stylo
of prt-Ncntluica milijeet, tho whole sltun-
llon Ih roveaTed ,at a ahince. Tlw sacceM
nf Grip shows how well this faot Is appro-
ciated-its Cnttoona on the passlhf Mlli-
lonl events of the country being oven
more eagerly sought-after than the chaste
and humorous latter-press of the paner,*-
though the latter Is equal to that of any
similar publication on the continent.    "
The publlshersof Orto are malting ex
tonslve improvements for 18M The Ola
cover is to be discarded, aOd the* journal
will hereafter comprise 12 pages, and be
printed on heavy toned and calendered
papor,—every number being■onrtlstlnally
executed as to compare favorably wltn
the best papers on tho continent. The
advts. will be compressed and more systematically arranged; while similar im
provements will be made an to the letter-
press. A new and nandsome design will
adorn tho title page; while th" Cartoons
will certainly hot snifter from extensive
ImproYemems In the nrtlstle department,
The price of Grip will bomifier be*»a
year, which Is lower than, that .of any
paper of lis kind In Amerlcai-mirtt of
them selling for IT*. Single numbers of
Grip wiil be io cents. ■
Twice ayear.at Midsummer and Christmas, a beautiful special number will bt
Issued, the number of pages being tn-'
ereaseu, and pleasing features introduced,
particulars of wbloh will bp given In preceding Issues/ These numb .ri will * be
presented to subscribers without extra
ebarge.
GRIP'S PLATFORM I
Humor without Vulgarity;
IWIotlsm without Partisanship;
Ttitti witfiQut Te-Qpcr.
•ply *t a Tear, MsfMf ffffOff.. ■
Address the Grip Printing and Publishing (.'ouipanr.aiand Sn Kmni hut et, We«.
'_____^toraw*riP
TO J.ET.
D BOOMED HOUSE ON AOjNKS STUIT
O  Beut-ll6por;jm *"   	
dmyllte
hbiitb. Applyto
■j).N_.- 'V* EDMjBl-
Cheap foi- Cast
t/TR. ANDREW LEAMY, SOLICITOR,
M MtKenile St., is aulhorlied lo sell a
Farm of 160 acres for wm. Ti;e aollls
the very best In the provlnoeand the fann
IS out In two by thu Nicomekl rlyer.ln
which: then Is a neveMalllng supply of
trout. There ls an orchard, apod house
ami tan tad- w acres in timothy. There
are a sohool house and ohurch within a
mile of the iarm and the roads ore In
prime condition. dwnp-5ral
Lanfl iegMtry OrdHnnee. I8TO.
lot Nijljll, ilnap I, XewWesttsl-sUr
HEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Title ^f James Charles Prevostto
w
the Bbove'loT-iras been lost or destroyed
and appltcatidllThas been-mado for n duplicate theroofpnotloo Is thlmfpre hereby
Slveu thataltwUiOertllloateof Title will
o Issued In lletMthulM lost or destroyed, In ono nionth from (he date hereof.
_      ...       ...Ull-Ugjjg
_   >uty Reglstrnr.
Land RMtlstijrOffloe, _£',„•   ,__
New.Wesfmlnslci^Kh May, 1837.
R. Vf. AR_gWW_*0
ydhiybml_
.__ . .... .___,—.jla
.  —_ _._.Ifqn_an,__>ck'PlMisand
specifications Can bo seen iw my oltloo on
and nfter Monday tho Oth Inst.
Thi lowest or any tender not necessarily
""^    '      a\..aRAK-,        %X
Architect, McKenslwt.
Niw Weitmlnster, 2nd May, 1M7.'
  clmy_til L_ .
NOTIOE.
SrrtlNaH OF THE COUNTY OOURT
of Cariboo will be hold—
At Clinton, Friday, 13th May, 18SI.
Atljlllooet, Weclneadayj 18II1 Mny, HOT.
Al ISO-Mile House, Tuesday, 2»th.Icine,
1887. '
At Soda Creek, Thursday, -toils  June,
li«7.
' At tyiesn6llGinouth, Mondny, tth .Inly,
At Rlohtleld, Saturday, Oth July, 1887.
By Command,
t-j" R?JNO.- BOBSOttj sU\C
Provincial Secretary,
Provinoial -ecrctary's QtUce,
20th April, 18S7. Uap-8ld
JOHNS. COX,
|MM_T£R » DWLW IH
rT COSTS NO MORIS TO KEEP GOOD
L Fowls than It does to keep poor Fowls!
My Breeding Pens are equal to any In
the tJnitcd btates or Canada.
I propose to.furatsh Eggs from premium
and flrst-class Fowls, my design being to
establish a reputation that will last.
Cash must accompany all orders.   '
, Address, with stamp,
JOHN 8. COX,
dwfeTtc New Westminster.
OVBft THK .'. I'. R. T«
BEND & RETURN
,   UncJ-jtho Allspices nl tho Y.M.C.A.
B' ~
ETWEEN HOPE AND NORTH BEND
U soma of Uienuwl-inugnllteentHctMi-
eluding
Fraser.t
ho •far-fiihied canyons df the
ery nlong the wliole line of rallwny, in
yhof" * '    '     J' "
Train will leave We,.tiiiiiiPtcrn(8o,._.locli
tu the morning, returning nt ViHU In the
ovening,   '  ;
tickets ftr the, keund Trip unly $t.M.
and the samo prlee will be charged from
Intermediate station*-*. Children between
nMSXmXnueHuirf'af'liXyitl,
Ogle, CampMl A Co., %. S. Hnll, O. s.
Curtis A Co., A. M. Herring. Oeo. Grant A
Co.. nnd w, a Austin.
Ni Bl—Trnifr stops at Port Hnncy, The
Mission, Harrison mid Yule onU*.
__dwnp»Hd      '   ■'    '
w A'N f m
■'    i.I.Rfc_IASERl.FOil,   ,   ,
M_rln.48Mll0iitrfEnclliu.8-ll.
en, ttmm, Implrtiort, In-
lectori, el..,
gleim Fitters', t__s Flttws' and Plumkers'
BrBssamH>anOoii<ll,lllklniliofJ|ln.
Drill Bteol, Machinery Sled, Picks,
Shovels, Iron . Htecl Wire Hope, (lubber Hone, etc., |     !
■allwiy SI OMInulars* smeml tap*
•Um,   Soraponi,   Cars,    Antle   and
. Bar Iron anclHteel, ('mw-linrs, Portland
Cement.    Rnoflne    Paper. , lliiilillny
' Paper, Flre-pmul ItoolliiK Ccmenl, etc.,
{na   st ^ii^.wi^rltli.t.llarlilai'ry.
Shnfllna, Pull'
ers, Ijoather
:*tf*, »J
Tin
   ..Alnt,   __
Corrugatetl Iron F.Miows, «„,-, ,-ica,
"-**™*"1   Hammer. Handles. Best
I'liile nnd
 „._    . Axe, Pick,
Fork and Hncnmei- lluiicllei. Ilpsl
WhiteOnkS-tal., HHisl., lfi»ul, ao*gul.
gets. ffi^U.Wc-cidlHon'a oelebroted
-c New York VtinilKlies, Chctpmnn Sons „
Co.'s Flsh Halt .in kincfs), One new
■all's lalt. One new riMlfa-lf.--A|i|*ly
to V. WKLCOMH McCllAllY,
- Mechanical Draughtsman A Contractor.
J-tr Plain and Specllleations fnr Boats,
l^fn_.7Ml-.luor> e^ja^ully^.
Hew Westminster,ft C, Jan. !15. '87.
ii " dwlnaBte .....
Mowing the Dates M4 Plteea of
Coirta of Anlie, Kill Print, nnd
Of er tt« Tewlarr, for the
< IBs]-H^ *:
SPRING ASSIZES.
[ On Vtuiionvlr island J
Vlclorln......... Monday,.... ,l_lh May.
Hatialmo ...Tunda.;. ;.-Tth June.
.      .,,.    [OaMaUilaad]   ,, .
_Tew*»_ii_ln_ler..W--he-_ny:..«h May,'
Kamloops ..Monday tth Jnne.
Clinton Monday lnthJlinc.
FM,t, ASSIZES,    ._,_,-,
r___..,tu.4,       '
RldiDald lto»day.........lllh Sept.
fcllnCn. ..,.,.....»J_nii_ayc..5ttli-Si|it.
Rimloops Monday..,. Srd Ocl.
:f ba-Va«a««wer Island ]•■
Victoria ,-Monday 38th November.
Nainimo Tnesday. ...flth Deoember.
dapMU   5 :'
NOTICE.
QTim
fuo du*.
^Cfflef:
Ite to pifthat
fcxada IMnud.
| and dwrlbeftisfi
jnmencflg ilWhe_____     ___        ____
ci. vitjfot Sec, 0[ thenoo 'North 40 chains;
thence West 80 chnins; thenco South w
chains; thence Eust 40 chains: thenoe
North 40 chains; thence East 40 chains, to
polntof commencement, -_.___,__._-__
H. D. HELMOKEN.
Victoria, & C, A^rll 22,1887.     dap85m8
^NOTICE.
K'^WBPnllPSR Infehato atipr.
fo the Chief Commissioner of Lands ana
Worku to purchase •iwaerei of land [more
or IchrI Hitnatc on Texada Island, New
Westminster Dlstricl, und ..escribed »•
follown ■•' 4 J
Commencing at the N.W. corner of N.B.
'' of Beo. 1); thence Houth 80 chains; thenoe
— _______    . thence follow-
East G olinlns to shore line;
Ing meandering of shore,
iessH ihenSo East in uhalnif (i
to point of commencement.
..        M. W. TYRWHI-PT DRAK!
Victoria, B. C, April '22,1W7.
si)
NOTICE.
VTOTICK IS HEltEBY OIVEN *H1S»»
IN   days aflcr dido Ilnlend U)applyto
fe.!.';„ iia«'a°K5, _n_ut
Texada Inlnml, New \.'e»t in I uster District,
defori^dn'y._*'-*« tf»__w    na  Jw
moe r
---.--.  -, pi.l -H-nn-"*«»_i>_i_w.Bh0l%.
line; ihenee following meandering of
ihore Hue In a north-westerly direction to
R, E. corner of Heo. I; thenee North 10
chalni. [nigrc or Ions]; thenoe Best 40
chains to *j)olnt of ro.ninenooment;
. .1 AMES LUMBE.RT SMITH.,
Viotorin, B.O. .April 22, W87.     dBp2Tlm2
i'-i
Admfriistraior's
-  ^Q&zgWj
Ite Estate SNAT SBANTON, DeCMSt'd.
Iidestate. ' ... '   ' ;_t
SEALED -ENDKBS for the purchase
, of.-jot.lci, iiifjc'ii1-f'.vi'ii,-icu_iurli^'i,''""*"~
of tho Olb-ot'Nlw.'WeauiiftsfiM1
recoived by th. un.i.'i-sigdiiOi'i. •* Wt.
S»fh day of Muy, IH*.".  Tlm highest or any
tender nut neceimiirll*-ni*i*optcd.*
Dated '-2nd A pill, IM.
dapL-Sml
H, A, JENNS,.
jUlmlnlstrator.
THK  STKAMBR -
(I
QLAOYiS"
UNTIIj ittflftafiH  Nb*(S_!*WlLL
lenvo'W liesWii Jrf.for
PiRces
Wliiirf.for*
und War
lenv
Clilillwhack 	
.   , -—OX—r* .. -      .,,
TUESDAYS & FRIDAY8
At7 A. M.i
rtcturnini thc.fiillowing.clays. \,. ?"*   ,
For frtlglit, _<•., upply on board or to.
'       W. M'ATlifiiRS,
dmh8ltc    ;..,,,. j;:: 9a t|is Wlilrt.,
NOTICE.
WANTED TO Pi
Cords of No. 1.
to W.
dwmyl2ml
Draft Found.
nODND IN THIS OITY, A DRAFT
E on an Ontario Bank, The owner Is
requested to prove property ind pny
charges. Apply at thi store of
._H__>_,.**ow*H2EajL_.
i-uuinuiui.
I'M UNDERSIGNED hll ntablllhld
-  hlmmlf I n the Cltr of Nnr W-iUnln-
Iter With t FIRST-CLASS
COVERED OABBIAGE,
TTii._lcitv.il Mr-HM-_st_u_t
. - '  T_iy:iMlstiteCkal«H.
Orders loft it the Colonial Hotel or not
by telep_o'no,wltl be promptly ittended
lo day or night stable nnt H. Elliott'•
_ JOS. OATES.
Telephone Ko. Hi mylte
ma ws*.-i.TA'-T.nw
INK & STAIN
EHAo-EB
Will remove all Ink or 'Phik'
Suint, Iron Rust, Grease or
Mould, and leave the paper or
fabric perfectly uninjured.
Ti#i*v>iRiot.#eea
I. C. STATHMI. A MHHTW0 CO.
Sew Wostminiter, Vancouver t Viotoria
clwnolfito
Land Bcglstrj Ordlnanct, 1870.
IMS*.it, NMk IV; Pari«rBUtrlet Isil
_ It.. lM,ln Ihe City ot Van-aver.
JAB tM OEBTIHCATE OF
le of Frank W. Hart jo the above
ii lost or destroyed tend anpll-
   bAn  made for a duplicate
thereof! Notice ls therefore henby given
thit a fresh Certlncato of Title wfll be
Iuued In lieu of that so lost or destroyed,
unless oause bo shown to the contrary
within one month from the date hireof.
R. Vf. ARMSTRONG,
Dimity Rettitrur.
Land Registry omee,    •'■■■•', "•■*"
NiwWesfir	
-nlnsiijjSOth April, 18H.
Tilimmii.au. Nil.
..o:_wxti
wm mm
llnii-l
Dry Qoods, Men's Furni-Htt.__
Qroceries a Provisions, c
WWDBOM'S BLOCK, Oolombjl St
       ' dw-a_8t-
_e5ro_RT__^:
DnHiirai
p'©'-b_-_:_-?_A-'-_T:',sr
DRUQGI3TOI
Ke* WmlMlnitcr, B. 0.
dw'rflliiol- "''■'•
_?'_koii_ri.ci-
New WestmiDBtep, B. G.
IEM*MMHE
Delivery Wagons,
■''■'"'•"'daWiages,
Top Buggies,'*
Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
, i ^-metihetibem?
Dog Carta,
Drays,
__-'•*.____'
stages,
AKD KVUByrHINO   IV '__!*
VEHICLE LINE..
Scoonil-liand 8t»_et * RlfrMI Wlf*
Ont lor salo cheap, -     ...,„_, __.,
ItpalrlnK, Painting k TfWpItt
done at reasonable prions. ',..,
BLACKSMITHINC
In all lis Branches. K*t_n_tei given on
V.    Jroiiwork anil Contract! taken.
llorse-ShoeltiB nnd eeneral
Jobbing.    .
i Wo also keep is, itodt'Mftply tht
trado, Iron, Steel; (*lmta«, Cuulfierland
Goal, Horse and Ox Shoes, Harrows,
'Hon ud -tool Harrow Teeth, C_i_
Springs and Atles, and a complete si
of CtrrlajeHardwaro.    ■■'-■-. ,.
A lot of first-class Plough)' t' HM.
rowt0)1 hand. , ,..,'■ "/."■.■ "J,
urWe havo got Iho host worHment
had In the country, and'wilnpm-r*
all the stoek wt use from the .Cfc-i
liienlly wo dun ofMr In.liiMtheftlt t
e.in..rJthilw.rnnl,rnol linv.dM]i
time nun. All material and work 1« .
the shop will taj'uaranteMt jp bt Justis,
represented! Orders tram tha oofinW
prom»llriitt-)id«d'_».!i ■> •■'     • •    ,
dwaitfllc* '       RIID & OUNRII
CipltRl, U,000,000;
raid, |48,04)M»0
Rates at tow as any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
| sr Kiiki promptly taken, and Losses
satisfactorily adjusted.
T. R, Ft AH*ON,
doo7lo (EC. a* P. Co.) AOENT.
•   mw.maxM.x.
IN0U€EMENT8
— ron THB	
H0WDA¥S
n«t INtyg,   .
illKEf IB,    RflBOB
kL1" ti0M:T»B?«AKO_'Aa
-irt-iih.I'tm ta a poalUon
to nil tt bottom prion,   My Ooodi an
inarM ll'«|in figokot ud it -Mm
it-lip to mitt t_t__.
hwi<dM	
ooant Mid tst: Otll and KepHo-before purohulng olsewh.ri.
m Vm Watoh lUpalriag t_p_cl.lt;.
Jewelry mull to ordir.
•**,-, FtCHAKE.
WATCHMAKER
OnwiTt Tim Bars. ,        tlw-dtlBto
.i'i ai,! ; ■ i ii'   —1.11  .'
MM* HMNMD
Fruit Trees,
omameiiial Trees,
Small Fruits,
And OARDEN STOCK on hind In fteit
Tarlety.
Bvirythlnt flrst-clais and fotnlshed In
lood shape.
a. VT.HENRY	
dw-deuto Port Hammond, B.C.
w
LADNER'SJ.AND1N8.
NOTICE of MALE
75 Heat) of Cattle,
8 Work Horses, 4 Hint It fotl, 1
Colt, ind an tsu.rtment of _„•
rlcoltunl Haehlnerr, In*
tlidlnj i Self-Blnders,
8 Waioni, St., »M
Bet or Uirnen.
II N, RIOH HAS BECKlVKll IX-
11, structlonl to Inolnde the nlmve In
his Salo at the Delta Block Yunl on wt'et.
-    ' mat.     ,
tar Further entries are solicited,
 .dwmyiiic       ...   .   ,
Look Here!
fF YOB *VANT TO  MAKE A NICE
PRESENT
To a friend or relative, to down to STIR-
SKY'S and look at somo of thoso exist.
•rtlaary kartells In
UlMt' aad Bentlemen. field _n«
aitTer watt'kM, ch»m»,	
ilhtrntt, ete., ele.
Or If yon want a useful ornanilnt _)r yonr
mti^MtimWH!*'-
HeliMlllnttt BOmOMPRMlM. '-"
Watches,from 15upwards,all warranted
FM. WatehMtalritia Ipeelaily, and
rkmaushlp guaranteed.
plaoe-the "Blui
tobd worki 	
tar Remember tli.
StoW."'
dwIUSyl Columbia St, New Wont.
GUARDIAN
PIANOS
, .3MH W~~ - •
THE UNDERSIGNED has
just received a large consignment of
Pianos and Organs,
Which h« will tell cheap. These
instruments may be purchased
for .cash, or in monthly instalments, to suit purclMrter. Gall
ind getem>ri»|«w.. befowpur-
, .htsing'rf«wll.f., and it wlfl be
jtoyou7l_t_f._t      '
;-.. Second-hand Pinno* and Or-
***9_S!'Jf?.??-Wt-
IiJ.lf_fti4nt.rnay be seen at
| Mr. D. lyal's Book and SUtion-
dWmhlli
t.
OP LONDON, ENG,
total funds,
(w_B__.ni.-_r) -'.'
HTABUBHIO latl
Rlski Taken at Rates
m Low as any other
Reliable Comp'y.
t. R. PEARSON,
cloeTt*        (a O. B. A P. CO.) AQENT.  I
W.B. AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
4-0.nl Mkkb
A ltr|t Anortment ttt
DRY QOOOB
-•Atm-' ■*'
GROCERIES
j    ALW ATS ON HAND,
SS*y'*_ua.d FeUtd''
WBOUWAUI AND RRTilb
-**_• _-» MU N-JTBUB N
in run tf ns cm,
1 *t7.rnnl-».rt^lM__y,l_Mptat_-_-., |
lo IWt Moody, earrylni H.M.S. mills.
Aino liquor o.Ut___o!iu.Mwt ean-.
tunperale hablU -tnd om.il eoonomy
■Mm ttt publie tt wpttitlly low ittNb
4WKW. THEZS LAST OAHSi
tit, rnttM _u"5>_M».» •)<■
Atho»t__-*lt»n_i_n stood In front
of ont of the window, of tho Union depot
and looked out lato tht ttnet Hll (tot
wat wit, Mt ohtekt aunken. and Ut
e i» had an uonttural biightatti. A
i milt plty-d over hll pale few and
brought into greater promlntnot hll
Unok, bright -je. H t_.-l_._ly utn
walked up to hiin. .    ,
"Didyou tnk. thttmtdldno, Jaok?"
queried the new oomor.
•No,"ripUtd tht Intalld Jaok, with
somidlBoiUtT. "Itmaket metlek. I
don't Mt no now lor my lift on thtt lay,
Tbt tldtrly min obtdtd him for hh
laok ot hop-, aad toon Jaok wat incised
In a bttvy onroott, and, aaalttti tar hia
tldtrly oo-P-doa. wtt movmg out In
tht depot ln the dlrtotkin ol a train ion
tht Ck-jago, llllwauktt tnd «. Paul
road.
nabttr ht"_ti.tn-fthoo_'*tht Invtlld
by tht hand, and waa Introduced by tht
latter to hii tldtrly companion.
8_^__r_^__^f^'r^kpntt^
aa ht itood ln Uwdtett-iu* watohid tba
train -taring th. InHlM and hit friond
moit ooft>
•• Tht lick man it Jaok Talbot, ono tt        *___? 2* HS!
th. tlttklttt faro-..lot! ihattttr htm     ***** **"• «*_
died t dtok or rektdln a chip.  Has
knownft-MI|*ar>F_roMo_7-tHr_U ■
baitfrlt-dj .-liisujeS ali'i
hare-.0* Pt roi. to pUytOnow'tttt bt'a
getting utar tht tnd of hit Uf.'t#_-_.
Jaok't a lick man. and I (utttlp'i about
ready to put la W thepa *&tW'Vm
latt dial. But ht't grltto tht rtiy lut,
tnd will dlt llkt_ ana whtn Uoomn
hit turn..  -   - ■ •--
" Tht old man livid In Loultvllle, and
got to gambling.   I gum ht always
played poktr, bit tan hit him to hud
after ha Hit- aUltd It that he uould not
lat IMIOM. _--»:Plai*-8 R'ltvtry,-;!*--"
and -mt-t'ttWltit. «a kepi
tight'_!___, it h* ______ a bad tl
luok and oou'dn't win a tingle
■< Al! lht dtaltrt got onto him, and
the regular players got to coppering the
old man'tbtt, to tun.*-.! they at hia
losing. Ht quit t-HUngWg, and alter a
white want broke, alter dropping a lew
dollan.
" Ha wat getting hard up and waa
aetdy. Hit olothtt looked tough, tnd
ht wtt gmtrally na down.
"Jack handltd tha faro box at tha
place where hi had dropptd mott of hll
money. Ia thott daya Jaok wu ont ot
tbe hut-looking mm In Kentucky, and'
droned llkt a king. Ha wu a great
hand tor thtwomen-Jtofc, I maan-and
wu a* dttd mtthtr.
" Ont dayJMkwu oomlng down trom
the nom whar. kt had Juat boon dealing. It wm hit tun oft He wu
dratted to HU.
" At ht oama down tha' atalra and out
on tht ttnet a young woman In black
with a Till attempted to pau him ud
lore, hir way up atalra.
" Jack wm lnitntted la t ttcond. and,
•topping htr, Uktd' htr emnd Into tht
gambling mm. tot told him htr
ttory; how htr ft_« wm addicted to
tan, and how ha had loat everything
and had pawned har dtad mother'a wedding ring, tnd wm thtn up In tha gamblingnomt. Bhaahowed her laoe while
aba wm talking, and wm m purttyu a
platan, and when tha uked Jtek.to
tend htrftthtr, hetgreed to Itquloktr
than you cut lay Jack Boblnaon.
•Right hack up thott stake Jack
' want, and, oaiohlng tlghtot tht old man,
who wu witching the game, apoke to
liim tnd told him tome one t"
wanted to aat 'him. The oi
Jaok weat down on tho atraet
"I don't know how It happened, but
' Jaok md tht gltl btotmt friendi, or it
lout iha Mad to gat Jack to quit playing, ud alu made a play at him to git
the old man to stop.
"MeiNad.  .1
bro
tb<
ft _,.
When tht dltd lht  .	
to quit playing ud to gat bar old man
to quit,
" Thst bo-Id bar, aad tba but layout
of llowin on tha ooffln came trom Jack.
Tha old mu wm Under broke ap, and
ao wm Jaok. Ot ooune nobody erer
knew luit bow It happened, but Jaok ud
, tha old man had a talk; tiiey both felt
down la tin month, and Jack gara tha
old tallow a pointer about quitting. Tha
i old mu aaid hie look muM ohange, ud
p__roEM-wprfQB__
.   Nomusleal .   	
such long and enduring popularity ts
"TheMualah."
lt It recognized throughout tha whole
world M the moit elaborate udfittm-
plate* tong of praise eve- > written. Its
entire text and motive celehratM tha
birth ot __r_it_a-ltj<an4 of tht Chill Uu
year.
. It wu -OmtoaadMf*H_ndtl in 1741,
th-i*tii.     "* '      ■'
(written In twent]
, on.Aprlb SS, 17_.
__jce ipwglbnd ina on
Attar tbla year-It wMproduoed anna-
ally by the oomnfier up to tha datoot
hja death Jn 1769, ud wm tba lut per-
fanttnee ever given by him.
Tile tuoccu ot the oratorio WMlnatas.
tueous, ud lt hu never tilled In Ita
wonderful effect..  Oa tha ooomIoo ot
" it, with oaa aoooid
 latt ind remained
atandlng until tht finish.
Among the audlejoj* pnfest on^tbat
_"._$_
In England, and many parte ot thia ooun**
t^7WS?__lleni_» filiig^during the
additional aooompanlmenta
The following Business DlnolMglplates
ojslr to ixutons whose adT«rti«e___sts appear la thi Daily Counraun.. -It has'
Mtn found truces a rule,that parsons
wbo adTtitlie liberally are liberal ln their
dwllnit, end many pirsons make it a
rtt|a to give preference In tbelr dialings to
those establishments whioh advertise
truly. Tha following list is arranged al-
phablUcally:
LEQAL.
T. C. Atkinaon ....Columhla St
*.NtofiBol... ...Colbmhla Bt
CorboaldTMcColl MoKensle St
Branch omee it Vancouver.
MBDICA1..
Dr.H.M.C00Ptr.....
Dr.J. 0. Hlndenon
Dr. 1. M. McLei
Dt.&&,	
olfs Smith...
INSVBANCM-,
.rmttnngtllr.),.. .....Mcs
IflumdiM.......*. .aio
Ms lllfe_» accident]..
 Ohiiich «lt
UMIIIwliack, B.tt
 MeSmaleSt
 ClttkaonHt
't4Hi7lVfe_"_o.ldini]......ColumbluSt
BBAL EITATE AOaNCUM.
■W.N. Bolt...
Oorbonld A McColl-.
H. V.Edmonds	
W.D.Ferrll..	
Cipl. Pltteldrllh	
for orcheetra wen written, and added to
 i_w_fir--	
i *»i.«lgtest-_»i_w^_t: .
Totart. Ia thii connection It Is ol
r that the only further
. to Improve tht mom win
made recently by the eminent attain
compoter, Bobert Fiux.
" It la reported, however, tbat hia efforte
bave cot boen an Improvement over the
Motart arrangement,
e "-     " ~
_   j the lut arrangement, made Inr
Bobert Franz, theoroheetretloalamooa
by Handel himself.
,i*.
WHAT TO T*M HQlfX.
-kite tome to your wife t elaoere Wd hon-
coal,"
. Thegtftoftglrei^Botatular.
'  Taot-cKhemo to yoar wlft.
Tflon you find a pltluat word tlott oa tha
air.;
And are pooled to know how to catch It,.
Bid It oome to you it onee Ibr khntett keep
ud cure,    .
Qsard il oanUonaly and Und.tr/ watch ii
Tako that homo to your wilt.
ttwM;
bt t_M wandering
now yon best may obtain It-
Set t prompt ud careful watoh, both wittln
udwUhoul,": '       ~
inVwhta one. you hava aada oat to
gain It,
. . Take OolhosM to yoar wlfc.
Should there sleep within your tool a little'
spsrkof lore,
With • tendency «aih dty to growing
brighter,  .      ■ >
Let tbo "coal from off the altar" but touch
it from above,
And, with your e/ttl heart ktppltr mt
lighter
Take that horn, te year wiltj
Should you ipy t littl. tin ia tht pathway
of lift,
Komitterhow, or when, orwhuerer,
• "Eg	
'^mtimsttemtmimt
Tike only te your wifo all tht good that
you know
In the worldly wtyt of life _ dallv gtvlagt
Take your heart In yoar hud when yoar
  homtwud way you go,
And you'll hive tt lut a lift worth tha
living,
To take home tsW, yoar wife.
-[OsodHouekeeplng.
A**.'
mt*, or wnwwver,     ,  _      _____       ,__ ,_    ,
on winning. Ha had all tba ohlpt In
front ol him, and caabad them la ud
kept oa playing. Ha baldly loatabet,
and played thellmlt aa toon m htssw
It wu Ma night to win.
'--*— quit play ob  him, ud ba
ale obeofca aad bad a good
many tbouaad dollan la his pockita
whu bt lift,
••Thiproprietor,after the buk wm
eloaed, ad_r_emt__lng to Jaok about
playing a 'braot game' egaltut tha
bank. Jaok ahot bim on tba apot. Ha
didn't UU him, but eTerybody thought
.,.-,«ldd.e.«d|^w« te ^tten
mu came to htm m aoon
at ht Uerntdof tht trouble udetuck to
liim through thlok and tbla. Ea narer
played tmm mil bcaetd right np,  Al
ly cleared bim on the oblige ot attempt
to kill, forka wm a lawyer, aad a good
one, too, l*
'•Ido-»___wi_Hia-hertha old mu
thought that Juk had ehaated for him
*rm.   ii I.  '-
ALaaN
They do aome thtnga MtUr la Om-
latent madldoe mawttotunn In
patent mealeloe are publbhed, but tk.
actual coat ot each Ingredient u w.ll.
One tr-ptratlon that wu iold for 12.50
M iHown to have ooal about twelve
eutt, and another titling at thirty outt
coat not _tu* *♦«• two cantt a bottla
__Si___lirK5_u
'Hareyouany ofl-pringT" Inquired
tba   ae__.   ________lnd    Daeeennr.
t_^lXao-e%r*__£M^
slda.
••Oh,pa,air,"WM thatkrtlte reply,
* ''_-5___k__|/»^_*_M-»b_C<»V'
'• Kerrr toaeku It In any form."
____B"-.- '-'-
Ate."
A ."Im'Tiia-matb pttaatd ta know
thit, tlr.   J-ur sen ki a MmarktMt
»W^S_1S. tMm^Sl^1"**
»
Iftup	
men ud two ladiea,walking la tblawtea:
In tha centre was a low-iuid, stout, red-
faced old lady, appanotly alxty odd
jrean ot age. Tola wm Qumb Via.
She wore a black tllk dreu madt
thoit onough to ttoapa tha Boer; tba
iklrtwu full, tha Inat being oovertd
with elx or eight vandiktd Rounott.
plain. Over thit wm worn a almpla
little blaok cloth dolman wrap. AcloM
luge Mack bonnet, trom wbloh hung a
abort, blaok round net or grenadine veil,
uf-try gray __TbrosR.
tlmply behind her out, the cheeks wero
aot red all over, but a tort of mottled
-Md-aod-whlta.  - -.
Onee ahe united u. aoma
ot the MrtT wm pnuoMto.
tllatd Cr bead toward Um
clout but iriitootetieeortrof
etpoaed all ber teeth aa':ah« tmlled.
They werevery white, and jo aru.and
perfect m to look. -_tW__r
Thi Qoeen carrfitr«_	
eboay walking ttlck, abii made goad
her eftow a-klmbo. la tl
faal-M that did my heart good-
^waro*--1-- -----
a booming, sl__ ._.. ._.
laihion, in Idw bome out by her
ill-la and tat, dumpy
tatia rleayuila.
with
Tht Worst taaawkai
A year or two ago, whan Utueqr s
ron almoat u muoh the regets
Item wKkMt Ey«.
Thtn
without
laoe In
coidlag.taall
aa tha ohuk.
ite,la'Mtmtettf
I Is 14 yeast at
.Jhl
...    ..j!M»_urlot!ty,
lad's mother It nm ■ at-Mlghttd*—
[BoiWn Travillir. .^
—. Shannon.........._»-»..
Woods, Turner * Gamble.
....Columbia St
....MqkenaleBt
...McKensle Bt
:=»|
....MoKenile SI
 Vancouver
....Colnmbia Bt
AHOHITBOT, Ae.
Mi®»*
0.-H. Now............ Clinton St
O. W. Grant. „ McK-Klle it
COMTBACTOBt A B.ILBBBt.
Ackerman Bros........ NewWestminster
A.flVIONBBBS.
 ljidner'l
frapii'............'.....H....„,,...«ColnnibiaHt
AOBNTS rOBBAOHlRBBV.Ae.
FreserA Ijeonnrd ....Vancouver
r. Welcome McCrady MoKeilaie St
MUSICAL IKI-nUMBXTa.
John Adam ...Vancouver
T. R. Pearson Columbia Bt
FB1HTIHO _> BOliUla.
The Columbian Steam Printing Establishment...... Columbia St
SVOVBS * TIBWABB.
H. M. Cunningham A Oo. Columbia St
Ml VITTIBOt.
H. M. Cunamghim A Co- Columbia St
SBWIBO HACBINBS.
0.3. Bobion*. _. ........ColumblaBt
.,   SBHBBA- MBBCHABDISM.
W.JL Austin .......Front St
£ O. HtUOr...... ColumblaSt
Wm.MoOoll Columbia Rt
C. MoDonough.. Front St
DRY OOODS.
Mar.be.... Columhla St;
"ila e* Co Columbia Ht
Rani A Co 'c0!'"0?!''!.1
1    inbellACo .ColumblaSt
folobo Housel Columbia st
DBBSSMABI-B.
 columblast
^a*____M jgsSttt%
FVBSHTVBB.
»!_^«1_»r_^"'^ffi2te
Bon Marohe...
JmBllirdAl   ,
MINN MeDotcgall...
wii
WOOD* OOAL.
HinryXlllott [Olden left at W. McColl's]
PBVOI, Ae.
ft_.-_rui_.co...,...,,.—»~fig«sM;lf
A. f-SU................-..".- ..ColumbiaSt
ODTCIIBBt. '
ROM. Dleklaf-n ...Oolnmbla St.
WATCBMAKBBa * JBWBLBBS -
r. Crake..--*.........- - Columbia St
r. _41___i;~._, -Columbia St
S M. MeSaufilten... .Columbia St
■LtCKSBITHISO*   OAMBlAOB
.    WOMBS.
imbiaBt
Thos. Ovens......
Raid A Currie...
M
HOTBLI.
ItmbliBt
...OhumhSt
 .Vletorla
BBSTAVBANTS.
Mm. Jennl. McNeil .,-.... Front it
PAIITBRI, Ac.
Chaa. Murray....™......... .Clarkson Bt
'   BOOTS ABKOBB.
A Co ..Columbia St
.OolumWi_i
...Columbia Bt
its*...
Was. Bos....
TAU.OB1.
D.DryUil.ACo. .ColumblaSt
BAB-SBT.
A. DHbll.._.- ...~ ...*-oat St
HOBSBB1BB.
G. W. Hjnry—™™„..„-_it:
mond
Inen
E. Hnloherson,
FAROT FOOLTBT, Ae.
Jno. 8. Cot  .Royal Avenue
BOX-MBNTAIj.
Alei.Hamllton -Church it
___dttA.Son?- .-..-lew WNtrntnater
TUECAltA-
m.nCo.,.11*
41 Front Bt.
NltWIt. 1-.fi
_iel.t_ and But Helling Needle
ssapl. of Nw» No. ., SnMid In F
picwB. Particulars sent when stamps
encdoaMnrreply.
Sn cfaeet Jtaat, fliVoat-.  BfnJaurfi
forre.ily.
NOTICE.
Intend to
SOT C* B HRKBRy O.IVEN TgAl JO
i dayv »S««r_<*t5iri  
SphBf.lOoin*^-''^-
ds«rlh«fi.«_>iibws:
Commenelnf n» Use 8. E._orncr of the
tMHWm.-* IB*n<_PB_st 40 chalnai
thence Nortii at rbalnst thence West*
ohalati.ilMno. '#•»«_* ■#J5bkln,: 'hence
BlltT'"^*''-"*-''	
point-.  ,..,.. .
.,-_-_--_--., MCIC80N.
dai-ffim-
FIW, Wt. Accident * Marine
IftMfflflce.
_b.d»a*__r__i__t'
DomiiliiiExprBnXaNp'f.li.
•■aiWBeabadto-«k !Mkc-
awtbt met Sold.
-      OOL-M'.IA BTIMBET, . ,
Tiltpbemtl    ,,ii_B|ir'll--H--iillinii
MiMes McDOUGALL
COllT^BlA   STR___T,.
New Westminster, B. C.
tarSatlsfoetlonj-iarantecd.     dapute
a-TiZ-TICB.
5_5BY GIVEW.TfiAtT
*""* '"  "       ntw ot
VTOTICE IS HL^     .„
ri we have aft. fed to the Mlnhifii .
the Interior fora-IcenHe to <'U. Umber on
the following yewrll.e-4 lanUn, Hitustetl to
thedWrit.t'O-WMi-Weiitmlnstf-r anU Pm>
vlnceof Brlllnh'Coium hlnj
The Nortii*_a*4  .0 a«r<»»i  uf HcrLlon. iW,
TownBhlpOJ.nii-1.
Tlit) North lftOnpi*'of 8wiion ,11, Town*
»htp(7Jtseven, In Oroup Out*.
The Honth-eaiit'Bfl neten ot nntl hhtiitl ti.lti-
ntPtl in section II, TownahU' [W], forty.
ROYALOJTY PL4NINO MILT*CO.
ILImltedJ
JOHN HKNUKYrMaiiajrer.
Nt'wW*;'BlmlnHler-B.t!., April 23rd 1887.
ilitpZiiti]
What fwitmm Bay Aidut thi
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
"Treatment by Absorption linx for mi
time been reoovDlHtl by Medical Men _..
be the newt simple and efleettiul meant
une
n ko
of conveying to, Di-ieaned Oigrttm/M
UvM,»butinc«i.Mof KI(lneyT>I(teoi««
im-
Complainut atundaut tliemin, «ii«*t. .ful
treatment was prqetjeabty ImiwMlMpim-
til the Introdtiotloii of tho HUirr Kidney
Pad. It eosU lees than a single prtserlp-
tlott and Is immiMurahly more fteohtve
WSA^-smL^Ttm^
the eent ofUiaease, It* ourallve properties
Iwromt* absorbed by thedlnented and en-
feebled Organs,continuously and directly,
hn required to Insure In return Iheir heal*
thyaottouandorlfelnatvigour. It_icom:
fortable fo the paflet\t apd ul«anant in lt«
eflHtx, ahd eu res wliert nothldg else1 can,.
The Starr Kidney, ltd acoomplTsbeR positive, decisive results, A more valuable
discovery os a true remedy for Kidney
DtMaees Araanever made.- Medical Geertte
In.Toronto, is h pormrtnent sure ourii for
dlwaaeK, disonTers and eilmcnU of the
Kidneya, Bladder and urinfary secretive
system,or attendiint coranlalntN, causing
pnin Inthesinall of the back, sides,etc.,
produc-lug urinary dlaonlars,4ueh as loo
rrequeiit, scanty, diflicult, painful or copious micturition, inability of retention and
Hodltaentary urine, dropsical symptoms,
etc.. de hating theprexehcetn the system
of dhiMiies common to the urinary seen-
SL^iR^iH^-^-i0^ ^_i*^k^«Wh lyt
the blndder and passage's, Bright's disease,1
dlsbeus, dropsy, piles, nervou . dchQliy.
etc.  K*nd for pamphlet to I.ANOLEY A
m%\^mmsf^imi
A CO., Mew Westminster: T. MCNEELEY, Ladner's Landing: FT. MoDOWRUj
* CO.. HABTINOXHAW MILL CO., THE
VANCODVBB UUUO CO., Vancottveri
W. B. Ht-bMtT9E    "*■ ""A   "-—-'-;
   ^ onv., Vancouver
and B auHoopsj I.' B. LOVEMj Yale: W.
R.MEUAW,TrlestVelley. H. CLAKKA
CO., Kamloopi. dwseSSrl
TESTIMONIAL!
ruiiemirci', S.trd June, 1880.
MO. 0. ItOBERTSON,   !
Representlnt Ooldle A McCulloch,
Oall, Ont
Sre.-We the nndenlanod bavins wlt-
nMiod ttte lerrlblo «re--hloh wiped out ot
exlatenee the yount otty ot Vanoouver,
on the. uth Inst., have, alterthe nre, examined the safes MM.W ypn, Mme Of
which were put to tile moit Mventest,
havlnt been surrounded by lane quantities oflatd and DMU, and we ate pleaued
to tesU.. to the remarltabli manner In
wlileh .every Sale iold by yon pfeiirved
«. eonlents. nol onlr books a.i5 pipers,
nt alto thousand! of dollira In'paper
money Wen taken mil In perfect condition. We uw, therefore, with theireat-
eateontldenee,Teeommend them as thor*
oci|lil. flre prool:
lie Canadian FaolOo
; M. jlTSacLean,
kl.vguWanMa-
SUMei Rlch'd. Alexinder, Justice of
e Peace; John Boaltbee, Police Msgls-
trate, City of Vanoonveri Thomas Dunn,
Justiee of the Knee; Isaac Johns, Ool.;
Edward E. Hand, Real Estate Jrokfri
It. Balf-or. Aldehnan: John Rankin,
P_-l Estate Bret*. Either * Bdson,
Royal Hottll H"P.TCeefcr, Contractor,
C. P. R.: J. \i. MePM.ad>l, Port Mwidy.
to Vaneoov-r .Utl English Bay; P.JD.
Innea _ Co., Real EMtte Brokers; A. W.
Ron, Real Estate Broker;  Oravely A.
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
Printing  Company
(_I__XTj_ID.)
ONT___.|-THOF*JANC-_BY, 1M7,
tht Columbian Newipaper and
Printing Concern wu pnrokased hy a
joint stoek comptny tfompoaed ol oLtiauu
el Now WesMtlj^Ur, to bt. known at the
"British CoinnMin' Frlnting Co.,
Lin.lteil." Thi oooc-rn haa been (or
nearly a year owned tnd controlled hy
the British Colom-la Stationery and
Printing Company, ot New Weatminster.
Victoria and Vase-flyer. The __j_ct ol
the new company is to oontlntle the publication o( the Birr ish Col ti atiAit newipaper and carry on a general printing and
publishing concern, controlled entirely by
those whose Individual interest It will be
to promote tht development, etpicltlly
of the Maiulahd. There will tie no
slackening of the energy hitherto displayed in the n-aaagemint of the estib*
Uthment, and iti patrons may rely npon
receiving (nll valui (or thtir monty.
The Coi._ii.ia_ will oontlnne to bs entirely Independent tn both Dominion and
provlnoltl politics, ind will divotolts.il
to tin advancement of snch schemes a
may bt considered In the pnblic Interest.
Th. concern la nowentlnlyitparatofrom
•ny other business, the book tnd
itttionery estohllshmint in thia oity
having been taken over by Hr. T. R.
Pewsou, who trill continue, to oarry it on
in his own nsine and for hll own benefit.
It Is desirable that a dally ntwiptptr
•hould be maintained In thit. <**!• »•«-
thi niw oompany aski Itr pnbtlo pttron-
age on tht ground thtt tt la engaged In
a* «t|.rprla. calculated to promote the
puNIo wellari. It tt_t thtt- tht Coi-
. huak he judged on Ita own mtrltt ud
•tipported only 10 loug at Iti policy it
•aoonslstt with its profesiloni. In. oon-
ttqntnce of this buslntsi change all ac*
conntidtithiooncem f_H»,le lettled
without delay so that tht books of thi
former oompany, may be tdjtited nnd
olond. Address all communications and
-remittances to
D. ROBSON, Mtmger.
New Westminster, .Im, 98, 1117.
IMPERIAL
FlfiE INSURANCE COtilP'V.
I Oi.nBiWAnSi.-ndlOPAi.i,M»i.[,,
. txsmm.
lK-S'Tt-TTTTEip 18Q8.
TJ-OBINSl-MNOHOCSES* OTHER
±i Bnl_ll_g_,;Oo-ds, Ward, Merchan*
di_i, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Shift In Port, HarGor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of suoh Venols; tlso, Ships Imlld*
Ing .ndi-eptiring, Barges and otlicr Vessels on navigable rlvera tod canals, and
Goods oil hoard such Vessels, throughout
Ontt Britain and Ireland and in Kori-ipn
Countries,
PKttM _IIS8,_K DAKAOK BI FIKK.
Suh-orlbod and Invested Capital,
#1,60G_,000 f^TQ.
Kttet of Premium tnd evory liifwni.*
Hon dan be obtained on appUcatlcn tu
W. .. A8)IST_H»_t.,
Agent for New Weitmlnster.
'ASSOCIATION.
ScsaranliMi Capital..
.•I,IW,IN
HEApOFFicp, Tobonto, Camapa
a homeIcompany.
This. Association merits the
confidence tbe Public is reposing in it (rom the following
.■ACTS;-
The SecurUy offered to policy holders Ih
iinitrp-uwdby any Compnny doi of buii-
It hu no «bbeW*. of tninranoe, but the
wollrflRtnblUbed lines, hence the policy
holderieannot he misled at to their con-
(not*.
■ Its statements to the public can be read*
Uy understood, Its cash statement showing ft very Item of Income and how expen-
Iti| position lBOscertiiined annually from
a detatled valuutlon In whioh every Horn
of liability fe included.
IU progress hM been unexampled in
the History of insurance In Canada,
Its polloles are Indisputable after threo
years, and non.forfeitable after two years'
existence.
It* pttflt*. are distributed upon an equli-
nblo< biuU. The proflfe to one olass of
policy hbldont nre not lessened to give
larger proflfe to any other class, which
rartliod Uffbrds superior advantages over
the uniform bonus plan ot distribution.
UtonlVommlUmm^nMjm RMldeureamrt
J. K. MaoOONALD,
Managing Director.
Atent, Ktw Weitminitei   '
]-I_mo-alttrnaU.
B«JiK_ * JM. OE.M I.
DryGoods
Gi0THING
- W i 9*1 _JJ i
TC8T RKCEIVBD IN DRY GOODS,
A NEW STOCK
ball shadta and material ol
COODS, Inoludlng Cathmeret, Merinos,
Silks, Satins, Blaok and Colored Velve.
teens and Flushea. COTTONS (blwched
aad unblitohtdl. UNINGS, BUT*
TONS, HOLLANDS, *o. Oroy, White,
SotrUtandClMoludFLANNKljS. LADIES GLOVES, in Cotton, Wool, Silk
tnd Kid. Lsdlet Merino ud Lamb
Wool Verts. JERSEYS, all prices.
Hosiery, Muslins, Diipcr Irish Linen,
BriUUnts, ke., kt.
Men's Clothing!
For Quality, Style, Fit and Prioe,
oant be touched.
MEN'S FURNISWH8S
l* overy Line. Cotton, Merino ind
Wool Underwear, White Shirto, Cuffs,
Collati, Oloves, Braces, Cardigan Jaok-
est, ke. Also, Cotton, Merino, Cash*
mm, Ltmhi Wool and Knit SOCKS, in
great variety.
Alw, HATS and CAPS, Lad...'and
Oenti' RUBBER GOODS tnd UM-
BRRUjAS.
In Iiouse Furnishing Goods
Carpets, Rugs, Window Polei with
Rlngi tnd Mounting-, Window Holland
(Buff, Green and Striped), Damask and
Cretonnes, Shirtings, Towels, White
Counterptnes, Bleached and Unbleached
Table Jjinens, Napkins, Tickings, Blank*
its tnd AroHo-down Quits, Table Cloths
tnd Covin.
IN GROCERIES
Everything found In a Urst-oUas Estab-
Ushmsnt, tnd mme but tht hwt. Ctnud
Goods, Frnm M»tt tnd Vttttoblit,
liM*»Mstl?Ck_l*«M*_   IMIttl'
lkMi.rki.plk«_i, km I •Clr nn Ik.
_eittMlitlk.liwttt»rii_ tke. eanke
MM tl, n« ym *», stm, wt nansni
dnottto
-,,if-?-yyy:* . --*..
'•_.■ iff.sii ip«;   yjiir
aaa
fancy Dauss eoifis,
Prints, Ginghams, Piques,
LADIES' & GENTS' SUMMER MERINO & COTTON UNDERWEAR.
Oii OTHINa,
Men's, Buys' <S_ Children's Straw Hats,
&C,      6\e*,-■:■■■■ *
^TFor tile next four weeka we will allow 5 por cent disooont on all
Parcels purchttcd exceeding thb sun* ot tth. Dollari        '"    ;"•*"'.
Vaovamoaa.
-rwWnctminster.Haylstk.llMj. d#liyltte
ONE OAR LOAD
Just Reoeived from the _______ per C. P. B.
This Oonsigpmepit is timWMi1&,
every respect and will be sold »
 _k«tr_i<X>—-
-hand Gfimafies, Jhtgffias and ^888
Also, .Car-loadIron,,!
£_.* Having panh-ted. at specially favorable rntes in theeatt, we
are now prepared to do all sorts of. Blft.kinllb Wtjr^ *t. ]>riofs considerably lower than those that have hitherto prevailed.    Give nt a .trial.
clwmylTml
REID&CURRIE,
' P-M-lffc C»n_at_ WWlu, ColnMkte St.
Notice of Sale by Sheriff.
PURSUANT TO EXECUTION WWST UNOS ACT, HH
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF ■RITISH COiUNWIA.
MILLS ft HUTCHESON, .uiN-irrs;
JOHN McPHBR80M (t CO., Pi-.istifi_!
P. L. ANDEBSO-J, DdikiuIit.
P. Lj ANDERSON, Dnnui..
N OBEDIENCE TO WRITS OF FI. FA., M-VS-H-CTCI* OTSOTNilWK
__ Conrt of Britiih Columbia, at! Viqttrii, on the FlfUwth day W AftO, 1N7,
and on tho Nineteenth day oi April, 1887, mpwtiNlr,. ind to me _mnJ_»d in Ibe
above-named suits, for the sums of M82.72, debt and tued cottt, tcgithlt with
interest upon the tamo at the rate of t, per centum per annum from tie 16th day
_rr_.___.__. i««r. Md 1360.80, debt lid taxed coiti, togrthir wlthlntetrlhnpn
ol Decern!
the tame at the rate of i per centum
lfijut LbbI.Im uiij^ir'. t»- ..., D..«n.
, besides Sheriff V Fees and Pounc
tion, at the Court Houn, New We-tml
1881, at 2 o'clock p. m., .11 tbt right,
in tbe lands as denrihed in thia idvn
judgment debts ind expenses in thai actions, mbjtot to a
annum frtm the 1-th diij 0	
;■He., I haVt leited ind wffl nil .
ir.en ti-WV" "'"* ""'"
tktnd Intentto
__w__y the Mil My *l Sty,
ntensst of th. nld P. UAmtsttm
* raO-«t thtraof M-ttWytbi
it, or- mfleiM-t thtnof t»*kt**trtti
ra, mbjtot to a mortgigt for IllttiOU
ind interest on the itid' mortgigt tt 10 per Cwtum ptr itmnm M tkt Mth dty
of November, 1883.
DISTRICT.                  so. of lot.'
1
ooxoiu DtscairnoM
or rnoranr.
. lNTXMST.
New Westminstor. Lo^'I*J9 **Ild '.V°< Agrioulturtl LaiHi.  -
Intomt.
The Judgment! were registoied in the Land Reglitry Office, New Wntmliuter,
against said lands, on the Mth day ol DMtmber, IBM.
dmyOtd
"wr* T-,-fr'#*4!!?f?-*PV^f»t.*^^
Sarf. nVMarttifc mim      mm^pt^S^mmm^iw^m ^mmmwtum*m^^S; t^W ■ *^ff^*T-£^
Jimiili
BRACELETS, PINS, LOCKETS, MUUtJStM.
Also a large   assprt-pent  of,   S-_.VE._-   rLAttl-   'WAR*f.
KNIVES, FORK^P^ONSj §,«•! '     '
Tjgf All Good8gMar_i^-«l,tflbe ,is represented. .
C. M. McNaughten,
dw-jai9tc Colonial litjOGK, Ncs^,_ivwnr*i»t«; %.Cd,.
\. i        .,     i  —'—L~f—f—rt~i—i—' -
The 'GLOBE HOUSE"
TTAVE RECEIVED A LABOR AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF
m*'y.xM^iam> '-..'.iitiiiiiifttF.
Ladies' and OWl-jren'o SRndfirwear,
cmiartB's WWte wrf Wlored nrenes, toy»«*#*, »M." p*.m
Also   a *^*^iM^«llltMWM
Satins, ¥el?ets»nd Ve,»«Mn,»,»iid:_;\*ei#liiig...i!tpt m «
Dry Goods Shop.      t^f Inspection Invitixl."^
clwap_.tr THE DAILY COLUMBIAN
f #.*.l_ %z$
Inroa Ctuwui Ptimm Omnmv (urnnt)
At Hit Company's Steam Printing Ka*
tabllsnmenl, Columbia St.
l-illvir-il ln the City daHy..._So. per week
Mailed dull,»oe year HO*
i, •WvertlsesaeMls.-Flrst insertion, 10 cts. per llm solid nonpareil; each
■ut-M-qnenl ooasMUIIre Insertion,.: ols. per
lint. AdvertlsemenU not Inserted ivory
day.WeU. per line eaib lntsrtlon.
IvjjMiBtjMb^Bif
. _. _. -Jwit-icirtiSST?
• W.arft.' sW^iwtxa
moa. It ptr cenL will be added.
■
iM<ro miu uvmiuii •_. «•• ■««*»
,$.2s!,Ei_.srou<m
t.rtlu fclfc when dlsplayed.chaned
is par oantuBtban tranilint advtj, II
solid, charted it re«ulir transient rites.
■ ...   '
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
■_»_. mu*" w _tie-dar M.n_at>
Dollvored In ttecity, per year. »0»
/«aipp^&_if(__*p
wiitu ADVumtim imi>:
Tnuuto»tA«ver«lie_-_t_i.-Flrstluser*
tion. It-U. per Unt solid nonpareil; subsequent Insertions, 5 cti. per line.
tuatlat Aive.tliesMi_i.-For 1 Inch.
tl-Mperanntb; .Ins.IJperm.; 8lus.t_._S
per my. I col. lite per m. It losert-d ttr
f_M__i_l-il_.-li-r-.il--III beaddei
mrotU aouem .mm, retting msll-r,
' eli. per line each Insertion,
Can must be all mital.and (orlaneeuti
an extra rate wilt be ohaned. Ho advt
Inserted ln either Issue tor tot. than 11.
       ■__-.
NEW AOVBRTWEKENTS TMI8DAY.
Kill Meeting X. W.B.A.
DMltlta.... P»blesftH«kley
In Cwty Court J. Boulthtt et .1
■SB-spa
-
The real tattte market is becoming
more _-___?._. !r\ vJ
The Knights of Labor are preparing
to give another entertainment, the
proceeds thit time to go to the Nanaimo relief fond. '
Any persons having houses in thii
city to rent will please communicate
with Btn_ Brot., as the demand for
houiit It large.    V    ... ' dmalOtc
The by law txemptingfrom taxation
for 30 yean the C.P.R. property on
which the maohine shops tn to be
W-rtodwis carried at Vancouver on
Tuesday.
Our cotemporary on Church itreot
forgot to give hii vitwt on our offer of
TUetday. Ferhtpt he it Considering
it, tnd will come up like t tntn with
hit monty on Saturday!
Wa tre requested to itythatthe
Good Templars will meet, after thit,
m the Orange Hall, it their agreement
with the Hyack Fire Co. it not recog-
niied by the city cotracihi{
In ytttwicUy'i itsfte an item appeared
of tht binning ol the tteamer 81_.de-
gtte at Victoria. Capt. John Morris
(Botunia Jaok) went insane over the
The annual meeting of the Westminster KUe Atsociation hit boen fired
for next Satunky night, tt tht office ol
Hr. J. S. Clute, when the election of
a council tnd other important business
will ttkt plaoe.   See advertisement.
C. A. Llviogstom, Pltttiville, uyi!
"Ihavi much pltuurt in recommending Dr. Thomu' Eclectrie Oil, from having tnd It myself, and' having laid It for
nmitlmi. In my own om I will sty
for it thtt it It tho but pwparatlon I
htr. crrerjr tried for rhenmatiim."
Everybody it discussing wtter-workt
to-day, aod wo httr only one opinion
with respect to. tht ntw tchtme, namely, that it cannot on toy tocount be
ttotpttd by the dty until tht tourot
of supply ind tht fullest partiouUn
late Seen madt known. We shall
have tome obiervttioni to make on
thit subject to-morrow.
Holloway's Com Curt it tht medicine
to remove til kinds of oorns tnd warts,
tnd only costi tht until snm of twenty*
live cento.
, * •
r.H.C.A.Q.uiiiu.-The Y.M.
C.A. of thii cityhtve rented roonu
ovtr tht store formerly known at
Bnrkt't motion room, on Front it
Tkt ladlei of tht dty in furnishing
the rooms. The quarter! will be opened tbout Junt lit
I . *> •       .r*—
Omubl At CmiiiWiu-K. — On
T-_«l_jr __* or Wedtttdiy morning
two horm wtrt bnrttlly sUbbed
it Chilliwhack, tnd dittl toon
tfttr. Tht horm win triced
by" _l_o_ larki 'tram t Chum
(udtBUd found in their d__t_t__o__
It ii tuppond thtt the uimili win
HfMtili on the gti-.li. ind (ht
owmr. Id t fit of nge, nidify commit*
iSsimsm*.
pecttnt ditto my, t* th* Harris mur-
dtr cue, wumad. onTueaday. Of-
letr Milkr, of Viotorii, found tht
bloody clottat, tuppoted to hive been
worn by tht murderer it the time of
th. dttd. Th. doth-, wen found
nontta In tkt hontkttlyoecupitd
liy Crawford (Uie principal witneM
tgtinit Freund tnd Lee) beneath the
low ndw Crawford', bed.
* *  s ,   ■
itr F__ru,_i».—Mr. W.
ir, mm Af-uPthlif ____-
way, Ingltnd, irrlved on tht LouIm
ytlttrday it Port Moody md proceeded
tut 'in t iptcial etr provided for him
otrr-_gttt->tlt Moody It tht'flnto"
T.R. tu thtt hit niched thit prov-
Inw. Thtt tkt prophtty mtdi mny
yttn ago, thtt thtn win thott living
f_.__n.t_-4It_____TSI
.„, _J -_._l._-i trtt te DyW
SU?' nhmtdUMH titkltg aunt).
vi.mii J.iicpi.^i     .     i.    i. i      ,—--
James E. M.__i_—The murdered
nun wtt t nsident of Semiahmoo,
this counly. He was born in Canadn,
ind wtnt to Chicago -hen a young
nun tnd wti very successful in speculation until the groat flre. About 14
yean ago ht aettled in Semiahmoo.and
nt, .inciting business ttot and
thnwdness acquired ooncidtrable
property. At tht dttt of hit untimely detth hii property on Ihe British
side—nrms, lands snd iogging camps
-■■■wtt eitimated to be worth from
t-5,000 to f 100,000, which the Britith authorities tre holding for the
heira. Mr. Murne was t peouliar
man,» htchelor tbout 45 years of
age, generous snd liberal, yet a good
trader. Ht always woro a smile, and
never permitted tnything to ruffle hii
temper. Even bis business tnemiet
in now willing to acknowledge hii
good qutlitiet md overlook his faults.
Hit erttt energy contributed much to*
wtrd butiMing up Semiahmoo. We
httrd ■ gentleman who now hat t law-
tuit pending tgii.it Mr. Murno say
that he oould borrow money from
Murnttootrry on the luit against
Mm. When killed he had $1,400 on
Ul penon.—Whatcom Reveille.—
Muntt hid been in Semiahmoo tbout
15 years, tnd bore i very unenviable
natte. In oompany with John El*
wood, he haa been engaged in the
various pursuits of dealing in general
merchandise, fishing, logging, selling
liquor, trading with the Indians on
both side* of tht border, eto. He was
it .ne time postmaster, but was removed in response to a popular petition'of the residents of Semi|hmoo.
Ht Wis generally ipoken of as a man
of considerable . exeoutlve ability,
shrewd tnd unscrupulous in business
mitten md mothodi, ind a man who
illowed nothing tnd nobody to Hand
between him and the accomplishment
of hit endt, tnd to conducted hit attain tnd himself it to mike many eu-
tuief, tnd tome of them very bitter
onw. When he lint begin tpentions
hen he hid aisoeialed with him a
man named Hansen, who disappeared
after two or three yean, since when
ht ind his oousin, John Elwood, huve
continued their interests together.—
Slnill' Journal.
Personal.
E. _i, Hill, C.E., of Vancouver, is
in the city to-day.
W. M. Cochrano, O. E. Corbould,
Sheriff Armstrong, and Justice McCreight returned from Chilliwhack
last night where they hud been attending county court.
Nanaimo Seller.
-wnairioH mn wnraiwni om.
Penitentiary Officers $72.50
HyickFlreCo.  100 00
CftyComicU  400 00
Presbyterian churoh (collections) 152 SO
Ref. Epiioopal choroh       " 60 00
Roman Catholic _hur.li     " 47 00
Church of England " 71 70
Baptist Churoh»   * "        38 00
Methodist Church  .         "       102 00
Public lubsoriptinns  724 75
.1824 45
Tkete in teveral lists to come In yet,
witch wUl bi duly acknowledged aa toon
u r-porftd.
Here It nothing eqntl to Mother On-
vm' Worm Exterminator for destroying
worms. No article ol Its kind has given
■uch satisfaction.
from Ladnen.
(Cormpondencc ol the Columbian.)
Li.NlKS, May 18.—A concert wns
held In the town hall here hut evening
in ud of the Nanaimo nlief fund.
Tht net proceeds amounted to over
140. Thit .mount added to that already ooll-cted by subscription brings
the offering of this place up to the
handsome turn ol $300 or thereabouts,
which, oomidering the population, it
perhipt the moit liberal contribution
made in the province, and speaks woll
for tha protperity nnd liberality of the
rtiidtnts of thii section. The concert
wii in artistic as well aa financial auc-
ceu mid consisted of music vocal and
butt-mental and literary exercises
executed entirely by local talent
Tilt fine sunny dayi of the past
week havo been a boon to the farmer,
spoiling hiving been very much delayed By the unprecedently backward
weather of our early spring, nnd haate
is being made to make up fur lost
time.
A number of buildings nio in ooune
of erection on the Dato. T. MeNeely
it building I commodious hotel, Burr
Broi. have thtir itwniill almoat reidy
for running, H. N. Rioh hu had tn
extensive ttookyard constructed, sev-
inl new dwelling houses ire going up,
tod tltogether we in enjoying a mild
building boom ln thit vicinity.
Very little work haa been done in
die 'cmweriet lo dlte, the ipring salmon not hiving ytt coint in sufficient
qtuntiHti to nuke it an object to fish
/or tkt _ on-tn .xteniive acale.
AA importtnt discovery n the Harris
murdtr cue wu made yesterday.
Officer Millar, of Viotoria, finding the
bloody clothes tuppoted to htve been
worn bythe murderer whon hecom-
mityd -the died. 'The olothes were
found ttcretod in the house lately oc-
oupied by Crawford (the principal wit-
neu in the Lee-Freund cue) and beneath tbe Door, under hit bed.
It U the intention of the people uf
thii locality to celebrate the 24th at
Boundary Bay, four miles from tho
Landing. An exoellont programmo
hn been drawn ap, eontliting of bone-
til      	
_„• base-bill match, tnd tthletio
tnd other aportt. Liberal pritetare
offered for tht hone-racei, which are
open to ill oomtn, and a firet-olast
day's sport ii inticipated. In the
tvtning thtn will bt I dime in the
town MU it thit pltee, to which sll
mint-ted.
i •._■»
A Him Worie Hiibiho. Lib loiet
lu-fltoti-twhmdIgitliooUpinuntnt.
ly lmhtlnd. Btnly Hun t nndy
MtuSn-torlni thb tmentiil of bodily
0Ns<K* li worth trvltl*   ■'•■•S' -"k,
Jv^Snetto th|0-t_-_-nt Infitence upon
_b.t__n_thk tnd tlso upon tht liver,
bowils and kidneys, of Northrop ft Ly*
__m'iVigitabb_-_0-.-i7_nd DytMp-
tloCun, or ctlibrttod Blood Purifier.
Whit ll tht win count luggeited to the
'   thb tostlmonyt  Wtlttvt them
An Extraordinary Address.
A publio meeting wna held at tho
court-house,; Cookormouth, recently,
forth, purpose of taking initiatory
proceedings in connection with the
celebration ot the Queen's Jubilee. It
was proposed that the poor of the
town should be entertained to a dinner, tea, tnd concert, the rejoicings to
conclude with a display of fireworks.
Mr. Robert Mitchell, thirebroker,
proposed the following address to the
Queen as an amendment:—"Thtt we,
your loyal subjects in the indent
borough of Cooker mouth, do pray your
Majesty (but not humbly) that in consideration of our having, during a
period of 50 years, contributed our
quota of £3.5,000 annually paid to
your Majesty, u well u having also
provided for your offspring in a lavish
manner, amounting in the- 50 yean, at
compound interest, to no lest than
£84,000,000 sterling, in addition to
whioh wo have, at your Mtjesty'i wish,
provided lucrative and tlmatt nothing-
to-do situations for many of your German relations and others—we, therefore, in common reasoning, uk your
Majesty to hand over one year's income (viz., £385,000) to erect tome
useful and - lasting memorial from a
grateful Queeii to her loting-iibjtots
for having, during to long t period,
and under trying circumstances, con-'
tributed so liberally towards the support of yourself, family, and friendi."
The chairman said Mr. Mitchell might
tako hb proposal to the house of commons, but he would not allow it to go
further at that meeting. Mr. Mitchell
protested, but did not press hii tmtiid-
meht. It -is intended to erect a new
bridire across the river Crocker, at a
cost of £1,500, to plant the streets
with frees, and improve the board
schools, the whole of .the funds being
provided by private subscriptions, ss
another means of celebrating the Jubilee.—Lincoln (Eng.) Gasxtte.
, ■_ ♦ •
Paelllc Hall Service.
Advantates In Favor or tfceC.r__.asa
■llkwiyt. Ikearlnt.
Iii the House of Lords the Earl of
Harrowby recently uked wlut coune
wu intended to be taken by the government respecting the proposal of the
Canadian government to establish a
line of first-class Royal mail steamers
between the Pacific terminus of the
Canadian Pacific Railway at Vancouver
City, and Hong-Kong, China, and Japan. The noble ean said his motion
arose out of tho completion of that
great work, tlie Canadian Paoifio Railway, which liad probably brought
about the greatest revolution in the
condition of the British Empire wliich
had occurred in our time. The people
of England had not yet appreciated
the enormity of a change wliich had
brought the Pacific Ocean within fourteen days of the Englbh cout, whereu
it could not bo reached formerly within
two or three months. The railway
brought us into direct conttot with the
beautiful and productive territories of
British Columbia and Vancouver's Island, whioh were among tho most singular and valuable possessions of the
crown. In comparing the time taken
to go to Yokohama, Hong-Kong, tnd
Shanghai by thi best iteamon under
the ntw contraot for 1888, he found
thtt from England by tht P. tndO.
route, via Suet tnd Brindbi, to Hong-
Kong, took from 33 to 37 dayi, tnd by
the Canadian Pacific railway from 32
to 35 days; to Shanghai by the P. and
O. route 37 to 42 days, by the Vancouver route 33 days; to Yokohama by
tht P. tnd O. routt 41 to 45 days, by
Vtnoouvtr 27 days. * By the Cipe, the
time' token to go to Bombay wu 41
diyt, by Vancouver 38 days; to Singapore by the Cape 32 days, by Vancouver 32 dayi; to Britbone by the
Cape 28 days, by Vancouver 27 days;
to Fiji by the Cape 32 days, by Van
couver 27 days. Thus the mute by
Vancouver wu, in many cases, better
thtn tha existing Hats, tnd whtn it
wu not, it wu tn excellent illtnutive
in cue of difficulty or danger, as in
time of war. Once this fine were
established the submarine telegraph
would follow tothe Australian colonies,
and we should not thus be left ac the
mercy of a hostile power for our communication in time of war. The strategical advantages nf the position at
Vancouver were important and undeniable. He believed that by putting
armed cruisers into tht handi of the
Canadians in that mott oomnunding
position of Vtncouver, mora would be
done to prevent hostile attack and convince tho nations of tht world thtt we
in strong thtn by any other means.
(Roitttnturicftt-OTu.
The Water Scheme.
Editor. Oold wiih: I notiot it
your issue of tht 18th t trsnicttpt of
the report of a committee of tht dty
council upon t proponl tubmitted to
tht council by Mr. E. S. BcoulUr tnd
nsocbtoet-iapply the city with water on certain terms md conditions.
Befon the city commits Itoell' to thii
new -.borne of water supply perhipt
it might not bo amiss for the council
to inquire into the authority of Mr,
Scciullar and. associates to engage in
waterworks construction, nn authority
which is, I believe, usually conferred
npon a company by tot of parliament.
If they do not already possess this
franchise—snd I am not twin thtt
thore ire more thtn two chartered
water comptoies in thii dbtbt,—it
might happen that they could not obtain it; and they oti'loinly cannot do
to b-lure the next union of tht Itgls-
liture. Tlnrelorr. were tht dty to
bind itulf to take wittr from Mr.
Scoullar and issociitei, tnd from no
other iciurce, for ten .tui, tht elti-
rem might find thtir supply Inoonce*
nltntlyihort.htfon thttt gtntlemtu
obtain tht necemrv authority to proceed with thtir proposed work.
Attln, looking ovtr. tht cotdWoni
of the igrttmtnt rtoommtndcd by
tbt ernnmittee of tht eoundl for tdoti-
tlon, I hin bun struck wllh the
•lindard of tfibiiuey whieh hu unified Ihe inembirt. Tht recommtndt-
tiou nl tho IntdtiiMi by the commit*
lea will afford a raluabli pnotdttt lo
•ay company that nuy «.it__Uy
tonttnit mrin for thb tity u dott
ing tht scale of efficiency deemed tuffi-
cientbytliieltfatthoritic-
Without knowing the elevation and
distance of the tource of supply' pro''
ootid td Ita di**-"* upon*. Mr. Ufcul-
lar (data whioh, as I uudentand, be
considers it undesirable that the oity
•hould potteu) it b of course impossible to determine the ditmeter of the
pipe necessity to fulfil the conditions
of thb astonishing clause. It is certain, however, tbat the conditions of
the ctause can all bt fulfilled by worka
which would bt utterly vilueleu is t
protection igiinit lire.
The tariff of ntes given in the second clause, vb., one dollar per- month1
for each Jbttoet, and fifty eentt per'
thousand gillom to mWs a^d factories,
will undoubtedly yield t largo revenue
tu Mr. ScoulUr if tht city council
•hould ue fit to give him the " corner
on wittr" tbtt be letki, and so enable him to impose them.
Cltuse three provides a tariff of
ratu for hydrants. Theu ratei, even
tht lowest mentioned—$72 each per
annum for fifty hydrants—would
yield Mr. Scoullar sn annual rtvinoo
of 13,800, eqntl to one-fourth of
one per cent, on 11,440,000-the rote
usually assessed upon insurable prop
erty enjoying tirst-clais firo protection
Ai thirt ii nothing in thi, agreemont,
however, providing thit the opacity
of the works shall oe such u to mike
these hydnnta. of iny service during •
lln, their uu seems very properly tnd
consistently limited in thb clause to
flushing sewers ind sprinkling streets.
As regards the next clause, it seems
to mi'thit it would bt unwise for tbe
city to aooept my' guarantee of Mr.
Scoulltr'i tbility.to supply good spring
water for all the needs of ten thou*
und people other than that afforded
by i tight of tht source ol supply
through Ihp glasses, of some disinterested person competent to decide u
fo Ito sufficiency.   Youn truly,
. 'J. AHii-HuiiBno.
The OrAt French Remedy, Dr. Le-
Duo'i Periodical FDb. Thttt PiUiare
compoundtd from the purest drugs, ami
from those inly whioh ire known to act
upon the Generative Organs th Females.
Xley tre fint enclosed In an air-tight
capaule, and by thb means made to retold their full strength for yean in any
climate. Ask us tor private circular.
A. M. HnuuHO ft D, 8. Conns ft Co.,
New Westminster; T. McNeeley, Ladner'i Landing; B. MoDowell ft Co., Vancouver; Pin-bury ft Co., Nanaimo; T.
Pickard, Denman Island) A. R. Johnson
ft CO., Chimilnni; R. B. Richardson
Cowichan) W. E. McCartney ft' Bro.,
Vanoouver and Kamloops: Hastings Saw
Mill Co., -Vancouver; The Vancouvor
Drug Co., Vanoouver; J. B. Lovell, Yale;
W. R. Menaw, Print Valley; H. Clark
ft Co., Kaniloop-i Lahouy ft Co.,
wholesale agents, Viotoria.    dwse28yl
§T. PAW.'! OHUROH. Semen ev-
> try Snmtay .111 a. h. tad. p. _. In
1 Churcbi.Bt. John street, below Royal
avenue. Seats tree, alt are cordially Invited. Sunday School nt ISO p.m.
-11-GTHC-DItT CH.RCH, Mary St,
1V1 Bev. O. Watson, Pastor, Services at
lln. m.and7p.m. Sunday School and
Bible Olass 2:30 p. m. Prayer Moetlng on
Thursdays at 8 p. m. Seats Ires; strangers
cordially Invited. je7-5*.
SAPTIIT CHURCH, Agues Street,
> east ol Mary Street. Rev. Robert
nnle, Putor. Lord'• Day Servlcos at 11
a. nd. and T p. m. Sabbath School and
Bible Class at J:» p. m. All seals (rce;
stranterscoi-.ially welcomed.   d-deSHto
■     DfllOB LODOa He, e, A. V,
~_f\_r m AS, M..-The regular Com-
montli. Solournlm '
ly Invited toattend
KB-te
.    _    .        nt Monday In each
month. Bolournlnt brethren are cordlai*
lylnvltr  '
PETER ORANT,
Secretary.
Rifle Meeting.
mHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
I New Weitmlnster RIO. Association
will be held at the offlce of J. H. Olute,
EM)., on lat.r-iytvrilai, Martlsl. at
I o'clook, toreleetlon o( conncil and other
business. AJI Interested In rifle shooting
ate Invited to attend. Tbe annual subscription Is only »l. , dmylttIS
 - - Heckley, has been dissolved this day by mnlual consent. P.
Peebles, wbo continues the business, will
pay all debts owing by the late Arm and
collect ill adcounu due said nrm.   .
P. PEEBLES;   >
"'..  ..    -* Wi HECKLEY.
Dated the Uth May, 1887.       dmylSU
In tha County Conrt of Hew
HOLDEN AT VANOOUVER.
Bktwiik
' S!--H--it(f*,Mn tnd JitMfcB.
■w-SM«.wbosueon behalf or lbem-
selvnindallothercndlloninltheDe-
tondant, Harry Hemlow, Pt_.litT.rn-.
;,  .    .;.-     . aho  - .
■iny Memtow and •UveB.al.w,
■    "• Dn.__n_i!rr_.
Ann Btrwntw '
-' TkitotlMiMwIllllCMiMtyltd.)
on behalf of themselvesandiillollier
. . Credltars pf Ihe Defendtnt, Harry
Hemlow-' Fumnrmi
.-  i '.   A!">
'' Mtrry Hnaltw tnd cmiv. Huiltw,
DtPtllDinT-c.
JSURSUANT ft) TWO CERTAIN DE-
ones nr' Orden made herein On loth
arch, Iim, Iciulomwlll lie received by
«r. E. A.J011US. Itoglstrar.ntbls.oOlce,
ew WCslmlnsler, on nr beforo Monday
tbt -Oth day of May, Instant, up to I. o'clock noon of that cloy, for the purchase
of thou parcels of land situate In the Oily
of Vancouver, and being composed ol  .
Ve, it,. IH, In BlMk I, Subdivision of the
We« part of Lot ion, Uronp 1, N. W. II.
IjotSTln said Block.
Terms Cash. No tender necessarily no-
osptod. Conditions., lit.nml full Information may be.hid from.
JOHN BOULTBBB, EBO,,
-'     Vanoouver, or
Maims. CORBOULD A McCOLL,
ilmylMto Ntw Westminster.
For Sale Cheap.
fktlS  IJ-KOMK-POWIB PORTABLE
fe%,*B;^..mUH_R,K!
nnd n lot ot othw
dwmylTm.
'w%»fcRAfiMotoKIE,
iris
My.
Draft Found.
rUND IN TH« OJTYi A  DRAPT
on tn Ontario link, tb. owner is
rmuested . to prove property tnd pay
    ._  prove property i
diaries. Apply tt the store of
dm,-.     ^"'"K-W
■■
Piano Tuning.
1UR.O. H. GOODWIN, OK VICTORIA,
1V1 - will visit New Wcstiiilnster shortly!
for a lew dn. s. order, for tuning may oe
left at Lyill's BookHtoni.     ,1* Ir..
dap-otc        uoonwiN A Jordan.
If You WantaGqod Meal
 GO TO '
MRB.' ,IE__I„ McSKU'S
NEWI-ES-TAUBAI^T
'   On t'remt Sired.      ....
,.!-■)!, ■,,-(lflp2]ml,v i *
LClmsutalWDrb
CHURCH
..'•ju;-.*
STKEET.'
MARDLK AND CJUANITR  WORK Of
alt klmls.   Oall mid Inspect before
pHtroiiIzHif,' IbIhik. ciipllnl.  I leave my
Work' to BiiBuk fur Itself,  N. B.—N* ap*
prrntltTN eitiitloycd.
dwaplttto   ..     AIjEX. HAMILTON.'
j^to_tig.£__
WE HAVE APPLIED TO THE HON,
the Mlnisterof the Interior for per.
mission to ent limber on the following
deserlbed trnet of land, New We_.tnitn_.t6r
District:
Commencing nt n post mnrlcdd,(,M*,'*on
tho south sldQof Scott creek, on tho enit
side and about .1 miles from *L -'
Pitt lake; thence east along tU* wm
laid ereek 40 chains; thence ttoath _.
chattiH. thence west 40 chains, thenee
north 20 chains, along the shore of the
lake to the point of commencement.
BRUNETTE SAW MILL CO., LD.,
>i *T1 ft.t..   \v. N. DR4*i_B(ne«re_ary.
New WenlmliiBler, lllth May, 1887.         i
dmyl7ml    \       	
•• S. Ackerman, ( ....T. Ackerman.
ACKERMAN BROS.,
.BUILDEBS
Esllmalei Given on Work nny wliere III
lhe Clly or -Tonnlry. ' i
.»-*   --'LiiiX''". i
PERFECT SATISFACTION  OUARAM-
TEED IN ALL OASEH.
We have come to slay and persons eoi_-
templatlnK building will do well to see tu
before giving their contracts. ■•.    . ■   /
dwmhSlte  Kew Wmlniln-trr, Dox Ifl.;
CANADIAN PACIFIC
IJHP&Bfij
We
RAJ^WAY.
,N AND AFTEH MONDAY. MAT
' 23rd, Trains will urrlvo at nnd leavi
'estmlnslef,fl»llndi>fr — "    ,
Local Kxprcsl fr1
Ijoeal ExpteSa.fi.—
[except Monday I
'    -_.-_!_--
Local Express for Vanconver, Dally... 7:91
Atlantlo Rxpioss tar Montreal, Ac-
Dally [except Monday] i 12:47
Train due lo nrrlvo nt l2:-_ conneotl
with Pacific Express from Montreal tt
Weitralnsler Junction.
II. ABSOTtj,
Qon'l SnpU
Fort Moody, Mny (il, 1887. clrayHlt
Uln
WHITE
ISRIMj
iiiiuil'. ■-•> .'.inltl-nl. .i...
SAVING SK-5-M.&-HE AOKNCY
lor thU  cielti-riSeil .Machine. I
d be pleased to Hnd ono on trltl to
_rv;m_^Mm___v»' ]£•
Htonlntt in -Bid on tUlrVirn menta.
\WWW0faMl!t\
——A1-r—
C.  J.   ROB8QN.4-
Frtlt, Conhrtloniry A Fancy Olait*
ware k -China Store,
OtllMkll _«.,      •      H.wWttl.
:ilretm,,:f   (ijojic    J   mOit^il-rt
_HA_ _a___ a__s_.
i^-hti^ jtiafc: Received and Opened this
Week huge shipments of New Spring
■(Joods, assorted aB foHowj:   ,
Dress Goods,
Hack Dress Goods,
Dress Trimmings & Linipgs,
Printed Cottons&Gingbjahs
-P_-___.__. ______  -UT li p    T_____,   _._m
tew
Black Silks._ Sit tins.
Lace Cartaln*. & Connterpane*..
lable Linens. __apkin»&
Towcllngs."
. Gldve*-. Corsets & Hosiery. *   '
Emfcrolderies, Laces & Edgings.
r » Collars, Cuffs it Handk'ch'fs
Clolliinii,I|_t_lAna _!?■•• _>r_tl.____g_!o(Ml-, ''"< <
:„':-.■'. ;.><■,   -      c«t*pe_t,llnol-it-a-. Oil Clothsand Mots,
ALL OFF1MD AT VIHY OL06I PRIOM.
April 2,1887 73 Golumbia.Si, Iftw Wettniinater.
JUBILEE YEAR IB87
Just received in our Mininery, and DresB
Department, the Newest Designs from Lon-
don Direct, consisting of
NOVELTIES IN HATS.
The Batten-erg, Lady Churchill, Queen's Jubilee, Ndrfollf^hatidos,
Rutland, Suffield, Pagoda, Marchion$sp, Ellen Terry,.■.$_--. new
and striking Sailor Hats and Boating, Picnic and Sun dints in
numerous varieties. :■■••- '.i';- ''!"'
ROBE COSTUMie!
Silks iiiiil "Striped; Satins. ' Aigrettes, Ornaments,- -Plumes anil
. Trimmings of aU descriptions, i     •'-"   !':     "     '■■'• ■'•» • "
$h       j-    -. .. ._ife*__ -.li '■■■ ■.':•.' ": '"..j'JJr'j .',.;'■ '■•'
" Great additions have been made to our usual heavy Stock, in
every Department, including Men's Clothing and Furnishing.
JAMES ELLARD & CO.,
dwwtta
x-o-vx. o«r eco-ttrmsB
OOL1_ra_-BL--- ST-.SET, i'i
.   •'..' ."'-'■.-'■ 'iJ■■>   ■' ' ■ •'!      ', ;." ' ':' ■ -   "-"V:'":
Ne*w ; ViTest'r,   _B.  O.
'""'".'"'''• ■■■■-'•'-!■■' cltpMtc
MANUfACIUBCWAMD D__-I.-R- IN
AM. KINM or rvBHiiDitie.
REMOVED
JTifl IbIsTciTI.
C HEM IST & DRUGGIST,
QOLUMSIA  tTRBirr
wtt. totattAl Horn),;   ,.
mw; wnmnnTRB, b. o.
fir.i«!»«.*r>f.,t!....M|ui.
»     IU_k«l»_»-«iM-ill..   Ai'i"
: H B. — Otljr OtniUt Drop. ■■__
Ow tfirmw^wtmwiii i mM': >"

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