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Array THE BRITISH COLOMBIAN
 18  PUDLlimiD—
Every Wednesday A Saturday,
•—nr —
D. ROBSON & CO.
OFFICE COLUMBIA STREET. Entrance to Em-
iorhl -nd Business Oemitwht tnuouon t. R.
Pearson 4 0o'8. Boon * Stationery Store.
TKIMIS-lly MriJI, S3 a yoar I $1 50 fnr 6 mos. i
11 Tin■ JI moa. i payable In ArlTait'e. Delivered
by Oirrrloror Agent, 11 per quarter, payable
quarterly to Carrier or Agent.
AOENTS
T. H. Hibben - Co. Viotoria.
T. R. Pearson £ Co Yaie.
TIIIC   DADCD  may be fuitnrl on flle at
. I llio r Artn a>o. p. xmnii * o,.'.
Newapapel Arlreitlaliig Hawaii (10 Spruce St.),
wli.ro ail.'.l lining contract, nay be made Iur It In
NEW YOUK.
Ihe fritiati 'Coltnnbi-m.
ftntiirdny MornlnR. June 19, lHSB.
Current Kvenls and Opinions.
In case of defeat (of the home
rule bill) unless the majority is too
significant, and tlmt is improbable,
parliament probably will be dis
solved, and Mr. Gladstone will np-
peal to the country. The first result of a successful appeal would be
the political disappearance of Mr,
Chamberlain, Ho would have led
nn abortive revolt ngainst the wishes
of the Liberal parly. The second
result would be tint passage of the
bill substantially in its present form,
and the third would be serious
trouble in Ulster, if not, in England.
The misfortune of tbe situation, if
a dissolution should follow tlie failure of the socond reading of the
bill, is this, that the question submitted to the peoplo would not be
simply home rule, but tho particular
form of homo rulo provided by tho
bill. It seems now to be clear that
if Mr. Gladstone had proposed to
the houBe simply it declaration in
favor' of home rule, it would have
passed, and the principle being thus
conceded, the details could have
; been arranged. But as Mr. Gladstone himself said in his manifesto
that the question for the second
reading was simply the principle of
borne' rulo, the same ground may be
taken by his supporters at the polls.
The woight of English, opinion
against tho Gladstone bill is very
remarkable. Almost nil the more
distinguished names in the country,
including Lecky, who more than nuy
English historian lius exposed the
wrongs of Ireland, mid Herbert
Spencer, are arrayed agiiinst it In
the present aspect of the controversy Mr. Gladstone seems to be
more than over "tho people's William," and it would he a very striking fact if the great middle clnss
which is held to he the citadel bf
distinctive English character and
conviction should prove friondiy to
Irish home rule.—Harper's Weekly,
British Columbian.
-for gale or fo |{i
CEDAflTpTS
T/WiA CEDAR POSTS FOrt SAI
iUUU Apply at tills offlee.
VOLUME 29
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1886.
NUMBER 47
The New York Herald says "it'is
beneath the dignity of the United
States to carry on a controversy
with n colony liko Canada." But
it is uot beneath the dignity of tho
United States to try and steal tho
iisli of a colony liko Oanndu, It js
because Canada is more than a
match for Yankee duplicity that
iho Americans want to treat with
the British government alono. Tho
latter, however, in this matter must
consent to stand by Canada in the
firotection of her just rights, or the
oyalty of millions who aro to-day
attached to the British ompiro by
every tie of endearment will be
aorely strained. The Americans
have in the pnst by one trick or
another beaten the British government in the game of diplomacy, and
the result was that some of the best
tracts of territory on this northern
continent evor lost to the colonies
now forming Canada, Michigan, a
portion of Maine, and other districts,
rightly belonged to Canada, and in
one case were defrauded from tho
old colonies through the use of a
forged mnp. Such were tho disgraceful features of American dealings with tho British government in
the past. But tlie.se frauds cannot
be repeated to-day. Canada may,
in the absence of the treaty making
power on tho part of the Dominion,
which tho Liberals present as n
feature of thoir platform, have to
treat with the Americans through
Great Britain, but if tho Dominion
government does its duty in pressing the claims of Canada strongly
upon the Imperial government, its
views in tfiis matter will be virtually thoso of the Dominion. The
people of Canada have no desire to
quarrel with their neighbors. They
are willing to negotioto a treaty
which shall extend to reciprocity in
natural produce and manufactures,
giving the Americans tho privileges
of our fisheries and perhaps reciprocity in the use of canals; but
they are not disposed to allow every
piratical Gloucester fisherman who
chooses to invade Canadian waters,
to take his HII of tho fish which belong to thc Canadian toilers of thc
sen, without saying by your leave.
■—.Ottawa Free Press.
The gallant cruisers of Captain
Scott's Canadian codfish navy have
evidently become emboldened by the
failure bf the American government
to resent the seizure of the schooners which they have captured, und
are now on the point of committing
a more palpable breach of international law. Hitherto they have
been content with the capture of
vessels actually caught in the act
of buying bait in the purls of the
Dominion. Now, however, they
have started in quest of a numbor
of schooners which, as they hnve
believe, havo   rocontly
to seize these, vessels on the high
seas. In the. meantime, for fear
that one of the Yankee fishing
schooners may turn the tables and
capture one of the so-called cruisers,
tho British government is concentrating in Canadian waters a fleet
of the most powerful ironclads of
tho British navy, including the Bel-
lerophon. Of courso, as Minister
West blandly informs his friend,
Secretary Bayard, this. concentration is, purely accidental and has
no significance whatever The fact
remains, however, that the concentration is quietly going on and that
it is a, most unusual proceeding.
Our own poor little North' Atlantio
squadron, under command of Aid
miral Jouett, is lying in New Yoi'k
harbor prepared, as we are gravely
informed, to sail for the* fishing
ground at an hour's warning, should
the necessity arise./' 'Whftti on1 earth
our poor tubs will do after they
arrive at the fishing ground is not
stated. The Bellerophon could sink
the whole fleet without the slightest
inconvenience or danger to herself.
The North 'Atlantic Bquadron could
probably ,handle" tho 'improvised
cruisers of the'Dominion, but when
it came to meeting the great ironclads of the Britisli navy, it would
bo found Sydfully. deficient, 'It is
probable that Admiral Jouett, when
he arrived,at the; fishing ground,
would discover that all that he could
do would be to sailback again. He
would thus become a marine imitator of that wise but much abused
historical personage, the King of
France, who "with twenty thousand
men marched up the hill nud then
marched down again."—Seattle Post,
r\   McLEAW, H. D.
Office and Residence:—Occident Hotel,
Jn.10tc Sew Westminster, B. C.
JOHN GARROW, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SUHGRON,
OrrioK-Next Elson'a Tailor Shop/Cor.
Churoh nnd Columbia sis. no22tc
IT   M. COOPER, B. A.-M, V.,
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
OFFIOE and KESimSNCE-Churcli St.
(noxt door to Fnr-nors- Home), near
Columbia St., New Westminster, B.O.
OFFICE HOUItS-8to 10a.m.; ito3nnd
n.30 ton p.m. Calls In town and country promptly attended to. fe3tc
l\ 8. Foreign Trade.
Washington, May 20.—The condition of our foreign trade is auoh ai to
create serious apprehension among
those whu are studying it. During
the last twelve mon tha ending April
SO, thu total exports of merchandise
niiiouiitud tu £{ilI7*OOi,G40 against
9740,867,121 for tha previous twelve
months, During the same time our
imports were $628,348,023 against
g590,838.!H)0 during the previous
twelve mouths. During the corresponding period of 1884, tho exports
were 8750,758,300; in 1883 tbey were
8811,07!>,331; in 1882 they were $777,-
875,781, and in 1881 they were 8912,-
585,(ill!). As ciiinp-m-d with the figures
for five years ago there has been a falling ufT of »vit 3245,000,000, while our
imports have remained about the same.
During' the twelve months | ending
April 30, 1835, the balance of trade in
favor of the United States was 8156,-
028,131. During the last twelve
mouths it has been reduced to $343,-
055,048. During tho month of February lust the balanco of trade against
mt was $4,781,425' in March, 96,347,-
808,, and in, April, $3,347,740, thus
making a total balance on the wrong
side of.the lodger for the last throe
month* of over 814,000,000 and the
indication-*! ara that the excess of im*
ports over exports during the present
nionth will bring Ihis balance up to
i?20,00t),000.   ■
The natural insult of this condition
is larfje shipments of gold abroad to
pay tot merchandise imported. The
exports of gold .during the twelve
months ending April 30 last amounted
to 829,312,976, .if which $22,069,000
was shipped during the last four months
while tfio imports of gold tn February
only amounted to 8086,384, in March
$840,337, and in' April 8350,751. A
slight calculation will show Ihe exports
of gold during the last four months to
have exceeded tliu imports by neatly
twenty millions, while during ths corresponding poriod of 1885, tho imports
exceeded tho exports of gold by $1,-
428,787. Dtiring the twelve 'months
ending April 30, 1885, we imported
$20,413,434 more gold than we exported. • Tho vast increase in the
amount of imparted merchandise is
attributed to the labor troubles. In
January, 1885, tha imports wero $42,
221,171. Jn January, 1886, they
jumped up to 847,414,600; iK February, 1885, they woro $42,02*7,033; in
February, 1880. $66,fl86-fift9: in March,
1885, $2,976,346; iu Mfcrch, -1880,
§110,038,385; in April, 1885, $48,970,-
398; nnd in April, 1886, $57,364,853.
During'Ihu lust fuur months the imports havu amounted to $221,504,407,
iiguiiiBt $180,024,647, for thu lint four
months Or Ine calendar yuur of 1885,
while at the Hame time the exports
have fallen from $288,840,944 tu $217,-
595,716.
-..J l L4-1.
1 i-lieefflii Home.
A single bittor word may disquiet
an entire family for a whole day. One
surly glance casta a gloom uver the
household, while a smile, like a gleam
(if sunshine, may light up-tho darkest
arid woaricst hour*. Like unexpected
(lowers which spring up nlong our
path full of freshness, fragranoo aud
beauty, so the kind words mid gentle
acts, and sweet dispositions make glad
tho homes where Christ's peace and
Olesjing dwell No thait«t-lul* humble
llio abode, if iJ, lu I lius garnished with
ifrace and sweele'iua with ktudiieas
and smiles, tha heart' will turn Inng-
inglj-ttMMfd-lt from,nil the tumults of
the world; and home, if it bo ever bo
homely, will bo'thb do,ircst spot under
the circuit uf the sun.
Aud the influences of homo perpetuate them sol ver, Tho gentle grace of
tlio mother lives in her dntiihterj-lung
after hor hehd Is pillowed hist he dust
of death, and fatherly kindness finds
its echo iu the nobility mid courtesy
of, sons who onnie lowest his mantle
aud to fill his place; whilo on tho othor
hand, froth an unhappy, mi«->overiivd
and disordered home «" forth persons
wlm shnll umku other homes iniai-rable
mid perpi-tunto th* sourness and sad-
noftt, the contentions, Ilie slrifun, the
railinus which have mado iheir owu
early lives so wretched and distorted.
Toward thc cheerful homo the child-
run gather "asvluuds, and an doves to
thulr windows''; while from thu houso
DR. R. B. CLARK,
(State ol Ran Franoisco)
■   SPECIALIST, for the core ot Nervous
nnd Chronic Diseases, Is now permanently
located In VICTORIA — Office, Government street, over Victoria House,
       18m him
T\R. V, WELSH,
■ DENTIST,
MISSES. MoELROY A FITZ HENRY
wish to Inform llio Ladies of New
■Westminster that thoy have opened a
nress-Makintj Establishment
-AT-
TRAPP IIHO'tf STOIJE,« 011 'lllll ST.
Wliere they will lie propnroil to exeotito
any orders entrusted to thom In tlie latest
styles and with all possible despatch.
New •Westminster, Ocl. Otli, I88r,.   oc7te
DRESS-MAKING.
New Westminster, B.C.
Colonial Hotel
npnic
T
F. CIV1NN,
DENTAL SURGEON,
All dental operations   skilfully performed. All work guaranteed.
Office at the Colonlnl Hotel.       d«2atc
0.
C. BROWN,
DENTIST.
OmcK-Ovor D. s. Curtla 4 Co.'a Drug
Store, Coiumbin St., New Weatmlnater.
Hounr-gtolJJJj, l:J»to7.
Will vlalt ClilllUvliaclc theOmt Monday
and two following ilnya In eaoh montli.
Teeth palnle.alj- extracted,    au 12
rtOUROIJI.li, *lcl8Ll tt ATKINSON,
BARRISTEHS,
SOLICITORS, ETC.
Office, Mckenzie Street, New Weatmlnater,
anrl Granville, B.C. delnto
w.
NORMAN DOLE,
BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
LandAgent. Money to Loan,
Columbia Street,
«e2tc New Weatmlnater, BC.
i   n. HOW8E.
A, Formerly Howse, Hill A Rlckman,
bees lo announce tlint lie will reaume bus-
Inesaas ,;
tarteyor, Seal Eatate Inker aad
CanYeyaaeer
On and alter tbe Slat InalanL Offloe, New
Caledonia Hotel, Murray St., I'ort Moody.
 .      ■  «ei91o
JOHN PENBEKTHY,
MINING AND LAND SURVEYOR,
ACCOUNTANT and
GENERAL AGENCY OFFICE,
Mnpa nnd Drawings ncnly executed.
HaalhigH Btreet, Vancouver, B.C.
Misses McDOUGALL
WlllopenaFaBlilonnbloDrcaK-mitklng -
Katnlillslimenton
MONDAY, the IIth IN8TANT,
One Door below A. JI. Herring's
Druf- siorc.
A share ot public patronage is respect-
Hilly solid led.
SATISFACTION CIUARANTEISD.
 Jntto
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STKEET • V10T0KIA.
-A.GIJHJJIsrTS   JFOJB
Nnrih British and Mercantile
insurance Co. for Mainland.
H.C.
BEETON St CO.,
36 Flnslmry Circn.,
London, E, C.
GEO. A. NEWMAN,
ARTIST TAILOR
J.A.CAWLEY&C0.
HAVING PURCHASED THE
Shingle Mill "£
Pump Factory
At POPCUM, ure prepared lo execute all
Orders promptly anil to tho satisfaction
ot their customer*.
All Had. «r TlltVIM; dear to anlrr.
J. A. CAWLEY 4 CO.
Jaltc POPCUM, B. C.
Sunnyside Hotel,
GRANVILLE, B. O.
H. UKIIUH',
PROPRIKT0B.
TT'
Now
Formerly emiiliiyed by A. cregg
<U Hon, Vlcl.rU.I
AS OPENED AN ESTABLISHMENT
HACK FOR HIRE.
THE UNDERSIGNED hns established
himself In tlio Clly of New Westminster with a FIRST-CLASS
COVERED CARRIAGE,
Which Ih open Tor lliigngf-niciil* ul
very moderate Cliiirge.H.
Orders luff nt Mr. Joseph WIso's stable,
or sent by tolephone, will lie promptly
nttended to day or night,
_, ,    , JOS. OATES.
Tolephone No. 45, mylte.
WEST END
Plriii] nnd Fancy
|    UUllfJ-    1ID0,   UUULUU)
And Confectionery always nn hnnd.
GROCERIES &PB0VISMS
Delivered o nny part of the City.
Columbia Slreel.
m   J. TRAPP, (
AUCTIONEER ANO APPRAISER,
ColumblaStreAt New Wiatmiiiitor
AU comiiilnsloiii* will receive prompt
•nd careful attention. Beit reference*
givon when required. mhlft-tc
J.C. HUGHES,
Heal  Estate  Broker- Auctioneer*
ConTeyancIng, etc.
Opposite Post Offlce,    Nor Westminster.
Will shortly open an offlee at Vancouver, Cont Harbor.
Correspondence solicited. noftte
W. D. FERRIS,
Boat antl Debt collector.
SEVKBAl GOOD FABMB FOB SALE.
kltat tor Ike  TKAYKLKE'S LIFE iiliil
ACCIDENT I'M HIM >J COHIUXY,
. .   Hertr.ril. tut.
OPPICEl-FerrU Street, Now Weatmln-
"lur. fetlo
,        ,  ..   .,,.   „ ., •, .which (• llm Hlrnde ol iliatiniieiii mil
purclniBcrtl bait within tlio proscribed  .trtfu nbil troublo; tliuy H> forth na
limits, thoir nvowoil intention boing ! vulturoi to inul their pray.
Ws, farSGamble
LAND SURVEYORS,
Heal folate, Insurance nnd
Commission Aitcnts.
Fill, UFI, '0CIDEKT « MJUINE INSWMCE
COLUMBIA STItERT,
TelO|llii,neJB. \KW WM1 IHVHTIB.
H. KELLS,
Mnn ufaoturor A Importer of
BOOTS a»
i '..„ i,ii,i
_SHOES
UdlM', Srattt', Mlsiti'it- nntl Children's
U-iotM, NburK and (•ullcrs
Mmlo io Order nnd Kepton Hand.
COLWKA STRtET, "~~ OPP. HVAOK HALL
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
inlHIc
((
STEAMER
GLADYS"
CHANGE OF TIME.
on his own account, In (lie City ot
Westminster, and Iiiih no connection
whatever witli Ills former employers, A.
Gregg A Ron.   Persons wishing
GARMENTS OF ANY KIND
Mnde np In the Lairst Styles and tn a
I'lnu-fJIns*	
.Should cnll on GEO. A. NEWMAN,
liit.viini       At Gold-stone's, Front Street.
WALSH
The Ml TaDor
Columbia Bt„ X»w ffastnlniler.
MOM
NTIL   FURTHEH   NOTICE  WILL
„    leave Ewen a Co.'s whart ut'ii. tn.
rONDAY/orCHILLIWHAt K nml Way
Places, returning nn Ttiflsilny, will ko to
GRANVILLE nnd roturii uu UTHNHn-
HAY. Leave nt 7 n. in. THri'.HDAV for
HOPE and Way Places, roturii ing on Sat*
urday.
Through connct'tlon with tho -TEAttEH'
to and from Victoria,
Por Freight or Passage- apply on hoard
orto
MR. DRAPER,
opStc On tho Wlinrf.
RAND BROS.
OKAL KSTATJC BROKBRi,
tonveyanoers, C*»ll*ctoi*s,
And Insurance Affc-uts,
OfflnitU. VICTORIA: Fort Slreel,
NEW WESTMINSTER: Collitu-
hla St., opposito Pnst Office.
V A NCOU VEIL next door to Sunnyside Hotel.
HUII.niNCtj IsOTH for snlo In all sections
of Vancouver nnd New Westminster City.
•rtJT.-ftfi?.1 ^rt-iP8 of "'ipwlor quality at
■OlilUIwhaok, Port. Hammond, Lnngley.
Mntsqiil,Sumns, Mud Hay, Ladner's Landing, Lulu Islntirf, Norlh Arm A Plti River.
Mnps mid Plnns exhlhlted and the fullest Informntion furnished at nil our offices
feme
PITT & 664
Real Estate, Mining
AND MONEY BROKERS,
—kSn—
General Commission Ag'ts
VANOOUVEB, B. O.
1,0ANS NEGOTIATED.
      lento
N. P. STRAMBERO,
Tuner nnd Rr-tiil-anr of Plnnos
and OrmiHB.
*•** Loftvo onloni lit atore ot I'l'nmoiiA
Co., New Wiiatmlnater.
Mny I8II1, IMS, -   inylMe
FURNITURE
W. PROTHERO & CO.
MANUFAI.TUHERS AND 1IUAI.K11S IN
ALL KINDS OF FUHNITIIUU.
REMOVED
#»*Ti) shop lately oconplnd by Mr. Dnrcy.
Col nm liln .sii-m-i.
Cnl] mid exainhir* nnr stock ninl prices
before hii-yinx  Wc-c-iii-i he 1 \im:km»i It
In the eity, lh-puiriiignrnil Idmls ii.-nilv
done. W. PHUTHKHO A VO.
 ^II"!;	
WEBB'S
Everybody says they
are poor, but I have
grown rich by keeping the best articles
in niy line, and not.
having two prices but
treating all alike.
"Terj Small l'roHls nntl Quick
lelnrnit," In nir mottii,
GUNS,
Rifles,  Revolvers, Ammunition, Fishing
Tinkle, ami ull other sporting goods.
A full line of
BAR FIXINGS,
Including Tumblers, Fancy Decanters,
Cards, Dice, Poker Chips* a lnrge
assortment of
OUTLERY,  YANKEE   NOTIONS,
■And till other Fancy Qoods,
'ipo.», Tohneco nnd Clgnrs, and Other
teinperaiioo let-as fmm a needle to nn an-
ohor, loo mention to numerous, all of
which can be Inspected at thc
HOLE IN TKE WALL,
Colnrtibln Atreet. New Westminster, H. C,
np'Me
HAVING J UST ItECEIVED OUR NEW
Spring Stoek, we Invite inspectlouof
llm linest {-election of
Bnttllsh, Scotch, tieriunu- trench,
nml Auicrlran
BS^SUITINGSI
Ever shown In New Westminster. We
Imve secured the sen-Ices of Mil. Utli H
O'HAOAN, a practical Cutler who lius Imd
long experience In London, Pnrts.nnd the
leading oastern cities, and forn GOOD FIT
nnd nrtlstic style we defy competition,
"ihsotc     > thos. Walsh.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'V.
I OldBroauSt. and 16 Pall Hail.
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES ft OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stook,
Ships in Port, Harhor or Dock, attl -the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships build-
in-,' aiul repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, aad
Goods on board such VeMels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and ia FonMgn
Countries,
FKOM LOSS 0B DAMAGE BT FIBE.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every information can bo obtained on application to
W. J. ARMSTRONe,
Agent for New Westminster.
No Moderation!
No Botheration!
F. KIMBLE,
omr
JUffttiMuillttlff
J. G. BUNTE,
Importer and Denier In
U-'
Spring, Hair, Wool and Straw
Mattresses to Order.
Blankets, Chamber Sets, Window Shades,
Oil Cloths, Malting, Wall Paper,
Baskets, Bird Cages, Flower Pots,
Hanging BosKetc- Picture*-,
Frames, Brackets,
Baby carriages, etc.
MAISON D0RE,
WATER ST., VANOOUVER, B. O.
TlfE UNDERHIONED lion Jlial fllleil im
t ll Im rrilllliHitllotiK
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT,
Wliero gueatB will nnd flrst-cliJiii8 accom-
mods'loii. p. ci.AIR,
"iy"c Proprietor
COTTAGE TO REN
TNA PLEASANT PART OF THE
woor$rtjRNEjt * oa'mI
Ji UPJU8III
House to Rent
COMFORTABLE DWELLING, Or
Avenue; conlulna 7 luoina, wit
Iioiiiica, Ac.  Apply on (lie premlaen
mli27ic     MRS. WAIIHEN DsBE
Merchant^ Exchange
umuusvniiDi-YiiBoiisi
MERCHANTfl SQUABE,
Columbia St.,     New Westmlniter.
THE RESTAURANT AND SLEEPING
iipHi-liiu'ntH ure under the manage*
ment of Mr. mid Mrs. J. A. Held, whose
long experience is a sufficient guarantee
to the public.
Board and lod-jlnff bythe day,$1.00; by
the week, 38. SliiKle meals, 25 nts. Meals
at all reasonable hours.
The house Iswell fitted npnnd very comfortable. *TNo Chinese employed.
Undertaking; Embalming a specialty.
Please give us a call before ptirchnslnff
elsewhere. J. Q, BUNTE,
Opposite Post Office, Columbia Htreet,
apI7tc New Westminster.
-ROYAL CITY-
W.E. AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
Genera! Merck W
A large Assortment of
DRY GOODS
-AND-
GROCERIES
AIAVAVSON HAND.
Kasr and Feed
WHOLESALE ANO RETAIL.
WOOli AND f'OAL UKLHEKED TO
IW PART 9¥ TIIK 1'ITI.
Weniiitwostii-'c-nlall.v.exccptSiindays,
to Poll Moody, carrying H.M.N, tuulU.
As tm ii-iuiT iirt'>tiai-o»lsusfd wo can by
lenipernte linhltn and onrefnl economy
servo tin11'lihlh: ul esneotnlly low rates.
ni-.-WIc
company; limited,
Richard Street,
Bf I8MBIBI Si Cu
MANUFACTURERS AND DKAUiBg
IN AU KINDS OK
COME AND 8EEI
W, H. HOLD-EN,
HAVINO TAKEN P08SES810N OF
Hie 'rTemiieraiice HouNe," fronting
on ColumlrlHiuid Oliurch HtreDtn,oppuilte
tliei EplKopal Churoli, anil now known
a. ttio
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling public
at the following rntes:
Board perday „ .|| oo
"      " week 6 en
Kl!:S——::: S
NQLOood accom mod nt lon for adies nnd
Store to Let.
THE fiTORE NOW OCCUPIED $
Itelxer, opposite the Colonial I.
Splendid locntlon forn dry goods ■
BoHgsslpn given on or about August
hno,uIre at the premises.        Rimy
FOR  SALE.
T1.E LANSDOWNE FISH, GAME
shoj)
Fruit Market, Columbia street,
Jli fixtures nnd goodwill of the busi
w JL.• .^t'!?Llt?*,SJ*'1^*1 *'i• Oneof the
Vf. J. FKENC.
stands in the city.
•nylWc
Oxen for Sale.
A YOKE OF LARGE OXEN, WOt
make good lenders fora logging te-
Applyto        JAMES'SANO!
New Westminster, Nov. 12,1885,
„_ noHtc
FOR   SALE.
i
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN Ihe IM
ley Saw and Miming Mill; mill
good order. For particular, nnr.lv on I
premlaea lo J'. fri-m
Or, Memra. DRAKE, JACKSON
aplStc 4HELMCKEN, Victor
TEMPERANCE
RESTAURANT
Cor. Mary and Columbia Sts.
MISS RUMERY HAS OPENED A
first-cIasN Boarding House and Res-
tauram In the premises formerly occupied
by Mr. W. H. Keary.
Boarders taken by the day or week, and
Jintronsof the house secure all the com*
ortt* of a home.
Meals sened at all reasonable houn.
Hotcoffeo and light refreshment*. Free
reading room  ottacht-d.    Miss Rumery
personally superintends the cooking.
TERM* MODERATE.
.  .mhlTtc
THIB3
1
HASTINGS, B. I.
IMPORTANT NOTICE
I I1AV-:J1-HT!1!'M*I\T-)ALAR0R
ARSOIITHKXT OF
duns and Rifles!
Ill Kirry lir.rrliillan,
WIil'it nuy line can chooao what lie re
qllliva rrl PIIICES WHICH THKY HAVE
NEVER lirtPOHE UEEN OFFERED AT.
II nlll nay la lank al Ikraa kthm k„.
Inn i-i,inlirri-.
A FULL STOOK OF
AMMUNITION
in rln l™>"li|iinllty,nslmraaltoan •
poaMbly lie auld.
Tobacco.
(ignrs, Pipes,
AND    .
General Merchandise
lllKliestnurli price paid for nl! klmla
of FURS.
A. GUTMANN,
e!lo •ppMllr I •l.alal M.i.I.
ROIMH AND DRESSED
LS38EHR
Shingles,
Shakes,
Laths,
Pickets,
SAWS  BOXES,
Net Floats, Trays
AND AM, KINDS OF
Wood Furnishing fer
Canneries,
Doors,
Windows,
Blinds.
Frames,
Mouldings.
Brackets,
Railings,
Baluster*.
Newels,
Plain - F»ic) 4 all Hindi of
TURNED    WORK.
(Mile)
THIS PINE AND COMMODIOUS
new Hotel has been recently com-
pleted mnd is furnished with evety convenience for the comfort of guests. The
attention and accommodations are unsurpassed on Burrard Inlet, whfch has become the most fashionable
WATERING PLACE
In British Columbia Tbe prospect la
■ei-arminc, tlie sea breezes are invigorating, aim tbe facilities for bathing and
boating are excellent. Private Sitting
and Dining Rooms. Suites of apartments for families or parties. The Bar
is entirely dctatched from the main
building,
First-class stabling and feed for Hones.   Busses to and from New Westmin-
stor twice a day,
GEO.
jy28tc
Boat for Sale!
OOOD SAH, BOAT, SO FEET Will
M With masts, Balla and oais comnlel
May lie seen on application to Uie unile
alajneil nt the Belf Tower.  Will lie aol
Jnslc
ALEX. HAMILTON.
Farms for Sale
ON NORTH ARM OF FRASER RIVEI
Tlicunileislgnoiliinersforsaloiiartla
ly improved larma of llic following sluca
l» acres, 80 acres, 100 acres, 2110 acres.
For terms, etc., apply to
..™                  Wm. H. BOWLING,
'into    Nortii Arm.
BOAT FOR ICE
A .WELL-BUILT BOAT, about 3 Tons
J\ Mpperfiwtcned.newlj-'paliiteil, anil
in first-class order-together with all be-
longings complete, Vlfti sail, Jib, oars
rowloekSjrudder,ropee, Ac-all In good
onler. w-Can be had cheap.
Apply to c. Q. MAJOR.
 Jnstn
Farm for Sale I
THREE   HUNDRED AND TWENTY
Acres l» Township Two.  Good toi a
slock/nrm.  Fresh water stream running
ihrouglt i*enUe ot /arm.    partly prairie
and aider.   Good log house.
For terms, -tc, apply to
WOODS, TURNER A GAMBLE.
New West,, B.C., 80th May, 1880.   m22m*l
For Sale or To Rent
THE UNDERSIGNED offers a FaMm for
j /or sale or rent Also: Ullolt cowh
and young «"--■""- "-—- -■--' -----
Hoimk.
steers tf
oxeh.  Also, one of the largest a ^,
Bulls In the province. The slock Is all
wygeiiile.
M. NICHOLSON,
mh«c Mount Lehman P.O.
FOR_SAUE-
8PLEMPIA RE8IDBHK PR0PBRTV.
A FULL SIZED LOT SUBSTANTIALLY
tended, upon which Is a new sis-
roomed Dwelling House with allthe Intest
and hundy linpru\*ementa; In the prlnpf*
«al resldettoa portion of* Uie city of New
Test mt nstcr.   For Mile tit iibiinriiln.
BLACK,
Proprietor.
■tTOTIOB.
m.VKK NOTICE THAT AT THK KJCPr-
J. rntmn of six weeks fi-om 81b. May,
Tnsl,.the titlo nfWIIIInm McColl t»M>t 1,
Block IA, Hnburhnn. New Westminster,
nnd LotH 12 and is, Group 1, Hope District,
wilt he registered unions rnuse he nhewn
to tho oo ntrary to some Judgo of tlie Sn*
^AkIe. JACKSON A HELMCKEN.
Victoria,
•inl Hny, IWN. HnivHw
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Furnishes all Kinds or Help
Free of Charge.
OUR BUSINESS AGENOT,
DO YOU WANT TO BUY OU SELL A
Business, iiilJeii partner, etc.
PICKERING ft CO.
OI'JFJOEj Kurt «mi, ln'iwun Doiitlna
.mil Bniimlitoii, VICTOIUA, 11. C. P.O.
bnx ItH. mliU
ESTABLISHED 1869.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
.Vfurlj •ppoiHette Colonial Sold,
NEW W'BBaMINSTER.
THK LARORST AND CHOICEST
Msortitmnt of all ileaoviption. of
MEATS AND VE8ETAILES
CanaUntly on hand, aiul nipplM to Kam.
llio., Roalanranta, ud Stoimboata at tha
LOWEST I'OSMHLE PRICKS.
Scotch Gathering.
milR THmn ANN1JAI. (IATHKRINO
X and Sport, ol lh. UnlPdiinliin mul HI.
AndrfWa Horlolv will lio Geld III I Ilia C'llv
««Itif FIRST DAY OK Jl'I.Y, nit,
FOR_SALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
3 MILES FROM LADNER'S
Landing, on the Trunk Wagon
Road; two other roads ninnlngthrougli
the premises.   Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,
deaatc Ladner's Landing,H.C.
For Sale!
(ON EASY TERMS)'
6 span of Work Homes,
III Csr SUM,
0 Team Miles,
4 Saddle Horses
1 yoke Vork Own,
I Carriage Teaa,
I Pino I* good order,
s limp Carta wllh Iron Axles,
A number or second-hand Wheel
Barrows,
I larkeye Mower (new),
1 Ithl-a Hay Rake.
For pnrllciilura iippl; tu
T. J. TRAPP,
mylMc Aurlloucer, N. W.
Tbe Morton House!
SPENCE'S   BRIDGE.
HIO RENT, PURNT8HED, for ft short or
A lotiR torm of yenrs, one i>r the lirst
tiiisliK-ss Nil imt Ions on tho line of railway,
at Iho Junction of thoNlcoln nntl Cnrlboo
roaiU uml route lo the Slmilhnnteeii
mlneij nhntittout ftilnutos walk from llio
8l>onrt"» Brhlijo rallwny utmlon nmi on
the mull) trunk nmil to dm u-ipor country. A gooil btiMlncM liiiN ftlwnyn bflcn
done there. Tin* house eoiitniiiH 20hetl«
rooms, 2 Bldlm- riMiiti", onolnrpotllnlng
room, one annul one, n roix) i-ooiiij- kitchen, tt lnrge hur. one of thc lies* ftf-ibk-*-
oti Ilie rumi, with rorrol unit uiiUmnnes.
Also (-roinul for n u-inien, nnd water to
irrigntc the shine. Jt Is •Hunted betide
(he t-tponee'S Bridge nursery, grcenhoaie
nnd gardens, which mnke the surround-
lugs pieasanl. The proNetit lense expires
litJuly. 1880.
Aunty lo Iho proprietor,
r John muhkay,
mylliwil Hpence'it Bridge.
Every Mm to Mi two iMlms
JL.   F£EI£V
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST* DRUGGIST,
COLUMUA   STREET
(OPT  COLONIAL 110111*,
NKW  WK8TM1NSTBR,  a 0.
Pkyilelan' rreierlatloas aid really leelpei a «»eelalty.
N. II. — Only Gennlnt Drugs naed,
Or«r twenty vaars' ainerlaaoe. rrey	
id of Thanka
^ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY. A Valuable Olllltlon!
,. .Thos. Shannon
 Mrs. Vigor
galc        W. C. McDougall
PrivateCollege. .Rev. C. J. Brenton
imber for Sale .Ino. MoMorphy
ew Clothing D. Drysdale & Co.
„ftx " C. Warwick
illilig Off...... .James Ellard & Co.
idles' Concert Choral Union
Ihe -British Columbinn.
Saturday Morning. ■""' "• "*•■
British Politics.
As we anticipated, Mr, Gladstone
ins asked for a dissolution of tlio
"ritiali parliament, and the request
las been grunted by tho queen. The
jountry now entors upon a political
jontest compared with which tlio
lively last may lio considered tiiine.
Iho blood of the Irish is fairly up,
as may be learned from the reports
of rioting and disorder published
elsewhere, and the hatred existing
between Orangemen and Catholics
will probably be. carried throughout
the whole cora'paigm The prospect
is anything but cheering, for it is
difficult to discern signs of a peaceful settlement oven in the distance.
Tho ono question before the electors
will be home rule. On this question the battle will be fought, and
it promises to be fought with a
fierceness never before known in
Great Britain. If the home rule
party is defeated, Ireland will be in
open rebellion: if home rule is successful, the Orangemen throughout
the country will in all probability
feel themselves at liberty to raise
another riot in the name of patriotism! 	
III tho last few issues of this
journal we have published a number
of extracts from tho Oira«"iti>vthe
opposition organ at this 'city; inr
which were contained its opinion of
Mr. Walkem and his cabinet in
1879. One of tho members of Mr.
Walkem's cabinet at that time was
Mr. Beaven, now leader of the opposition, who aspires to the premiership if his party should manage to
carry the elections. Mr. Benven is
the recognized leader of the party
by nil the organs, ami he is thc very
person whom, ns member of tho
cabinet of 1879, tho local organ denounced as 11 fraud and' a person
whom it would not be slifc to trust
or follow. We do not intend to
dwell further on this phase of a very
unsavory subject. It is a painful
instance of the wonderful trans
formations which sometimes tnke
place in thc opinions, of a journal
that puts aside illl principle and consistency when its individual interests
come up. The men who in 1879
were distrusted and plunging the
country into absolute ruin.,debauching thc electors by a corrupt distribution of the revenues and the patronage, are now extolled as the only
men fit to receive public confidence
md carry on the government! We
have already pointed out the probable reason for this change of opinion
in the organ, and we ask the electors
to remember these things during the
present political campaign and not
to be misled by any opinion that
may be expressed by an orgnn whose
opinion is so completely worthless.
A Growing City.
In view of tho sale of city property to be held here next Tuesday,
our readers will excuse us for refer
ring again to the advantages enjoyed by this city..   Being situated
on the great river of British Col
umbia, and having direct connection by railway with the C. P. R.
as well as by water to all points,
its facilities for handling provincial
and foreign trade cannot be surpassed.   It is the only fresh water
harbor of ony importance in the
province, and sea-going vessels III-,
ways greatly prefer a fresh water
harbor because, it cleans tho ship's
bottom." ""The city jis'lthe natural
centre of the fishing Iii** lumbering
interests, two of the greatest industries in the province; and it is
also the centre and natural market
for one of the finest agricultural
districts in the country.   Its progress for the past six years haa been
constent-t-ad yery^tjsiactory, and
this sesaCn the value bf new buildings and  improvements will certainly be over "*100,000.   There is
no city with fairer prospects than
Now Westminster.
FOR  SALE:
440
Jlliair     /
(5ard of Thanks!
AMIES - IMPROVED   FARM.-
I'usyTerms.   Applyto
\V. T. McDOUGALL,.
- - iPo.
Eisin tm
MHS. VKIOlt, WIDOW OF THE LATE
R H. Vlnirli, Htfiiimboilt Inspector
lor lirilisli Cnliiiillilil, wishes to tliimk the
mnny frliriuls who lmvo so khirlly interested themselves In her bchnlf.
Wi June, 1886. JnlJMl
Lumber for Sale.
TENDERS WILL DK RECEIVED BY
the undorsigned wa till tlie IHth inst,
nt 12 o*i'irn*k noon, for tno puroiiasfl of the
Hviu-lt 1-lutform now on Alice Guruenn.
Tlio pint form contain* h conBUlenrtile
quantity of miitcht-d Mom-Inn nml rough
lumber which has been used only a short
time. The hl-rliest u-inltti-iu-eepU'il If stitls-
fufctnrv.   Pnrtleiibirsounnpllcfttlon.      i
.ino. McMurphy,
jntata Sec. Itynck Fire Co.
TownsMnofSnrrey!
Notice to Persons in Search
of Farms.
THE TOWNSHIP OK SUKREY CON-
tains several Farms whicli are ior
sale. Thelimillaotoxcellentquiillty-tlie
very hest In the province. The Keeve
nntl Counell lire most anxious to secure
desirable settler"! Application to thein
win receive prompt intention, flic roiuls
in the tuwushln are good, antl there are
eliurolies, schools, anil a town hull.
TUOtJ. SHANNON, Bcovc.
Clover Valley V. 0.
H,T. THRIFT, Olerk.,	
jmsie Hall's I'rnlric V. 0.
OSTOTICE
TO ROAD CONTRACTORS,
SEALED TENDERS will lie received liy
tha undersigned np to noon of SATUU-
DAY the lfrtli INST., for repalra to .Uie
Two More Extracts.
It will probably be admitted that
we hava proved very conclusively
from tho Guardian's own columns
that its opinion on political questions is worthless. But there nre
other questions as well as those re
lating to politics lipoh which the
organ oannot be trusted to give n
valuable opinion. Ol this {act
proof will be found in the following
extracts:
From the Guardian, Aug. 2:18711.
In response to the invitation from tlie
Dominion govemment, Admiral Richards
(than whom there Uvea not'a man better
qualified to give an opinion on tlie subject) says, "English liny is thr imliinil
fermiiM* on the PncUic shore," anil adds:
"MUCH INDEED MIGHT BE PRO.
FITABLY SACRIFICED ON THE
LAND ROUTE TO SECURE THIS
GOOD ANCHORAGE CONVENIENT
IN ALL RESPECTS." Certainly it lias
been proven beyond all posslhility of
reasonable doubt, that ao far from there
being any occasion to make sacrifices on
the laud route in ordor "to secure tins
8ood anchorage," the land advantages on
ie route leading thereto are simply
enormous.
From tho Guardian. Oot, HllsTB.
The money torn from the pockcta of \ \mncb
the struggling farmers anil traders lias
in thrown in
-»jk, which if allowed to go
impoverish the people of tills province
i thrown Into a cesspool of a graving
dock, which, if allowed to go oo will
is lt llair-spliltim"?
Some time ago we corrected the
Victoria Times for stating that the
Chinese  clause  had been  "elimi
nated" from the agreement between
the government and syndicate, antl,
also, for asserting that the government promised to insert a Chinese
clause before tlie agreement wns
signed.   The Times admits that the
clause  was not "eliminated," but
states that it wns "omitted," and
maintains  that  the  difference' i
mere hair-splitting.    It is notliin;
of the kind.    A clause might lie I
omitted from tho agreement without any evil intent, but it could not
be eliminated without the suspicion
of fraud.   To say that n clause has
been eliminated, which our cotemporary did say, necessarily implies
that it once formed part of  tho
agreement and waa struck out. Our
contention was that there never was
a Ohinese clause in the agreement
relating to the New Westminstor
branch, nnd this the I'imw now admits.     But our cotemporary still
maintains   that   the    government
promised to insert a Ohinese clause
in the branch agreement, and in
proof of its contention quotes from
the Colonist's report of the debate,
in which Mr, Beaven said that tho
leader of the government had stated
that  he  intended, to introduce a
clause to exclude Ohiheso, and Mr.
Duok said he "took it for granted
that the Chinese would be prevented
from working on the extension of
the rond."   This proves nothing at
all.   The leader of the opposition
stating that the leader of the government had stated that ho "intended" to introduce a Chinese clause
is a very different thing from saying
that the governmont promised to insert such a clause. But tho remarks
of Mr.  Duck, as quoted by our co-
temporary, indicate that tho debate
referred not to the "branch" at nil
but to the "extension" from I'ort
Moody to Vancouver!   If the premier's promise related to that, it
hns lieen fulfilled, for Chinese are
not allowed to work on the extension,    Wi- ure quite certain that no
such promise was made about tho
and tho Times cannot produce proof of its assertion.     Our
contention that' the'clause securing
.-ond between Hastings and Vancouver.
Specifications ean be aeon and forma lor
tender obtained at tlie Government Office,
New Westminster and Vancouver, and ut
tbo Brighton Hotel, Hastings.
The lowest or uny tender not necessarily
aeeented.'
C. WARWICK,
Government. Agent,
New Wesliiilnsler, June 11,1886.   JiiUltd
bf DRYSDALE & CO'S
ALSO,
A NICE STOCK OF LADIES'JERSEYS.
ttc^Oni- Assortment of DRY GOODS
Is now complete.
A full llneof Black aud Colored Cashmeres, lllack Brooke anil Plain Silks,
Blaok and Colored Satins, Ottoman Droia Goods, French Foule Cloth,
Nun's Veiling, Jersey Olotli, Now Laco Dress Goods; in
Sateens, Calicoes, and Piques wo have a full line;
Tablo Linen, Towola und Napkins, Laco Curtains and Curtain Net, Hosiery,
Corsets and Underwear.
D. DRYSDALE & CO., - NEWWESTMINSTER.
TRAPP BROS. OLD STAND.
Selling-Off!    Selling Off!
GREAT CLEARANCE TALE; FOR CASH
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT,
-sv—i-v-.—
CHORAL UNION!
LADIES' CONCERT
M.,illin Kink, New WralmlMter,
Tuesday Eve'**, .Inne tint, WSJ
MBKBBLSSOHN'S "MOTET8."
l'EROOI.KSI'K "STAIIAT MATER,"
THE RHINE I.EIiENll.
Doors open nt 7.HI
Admission GOot'lltl
: IJoncert at S o'clock.
JelJlM
IPrivateCoflegel
jJ\       .ItHfir 1
 TOR	
Witli HH OPENED AT
■   I
Ross Bay, Victoria-
—ON—
MONDAY, AUGUST 16, 1886.
Tut-flt-\—\B BXjL-A.EOD <5C CO.
ARE NOW SHOWING A COMPLETE STOCK IN EVERY DEPARTMENT,
one oC the largest and beat assorted in the Province, anil nt COST PRICES.
French, Uerman and Knglish Dress Goods, away down in price.
SIIjKS *   Both Black and Colored, at bottom prices.
luce Trimming, lice All-overs, Oriental laces, Fancy Nets, ic—
Everything new and lovely.   This department far surpasses any previous season s
efibrts and cannot bo equalled in the Province.   Ladies, soe for yourselves.
| Hosiery, Slaves, Ladles Underwear, ic.-A truly grand stock, in every
make, ■
dents' Furnishings, Collars, Ties, Handkerchiefs, 1 mhre llns.-All
choice aad cheap.
PRINTS.-Th'8 department ia full of all the latest and most beautiful
designs.
Corsets,—Away down iu price.
Staple floods.—Thia department should not lie foigottcu. The stock of Cottons, Sheetings, Diapers, Napkins, Ac., fcc, is always niort complete ami all sold at
very low prices.
LADIES, dont't fail to coin* anil secure Bargain* before buying elsewhere.
S, B.—All Goods entered on the Books will ho charged at regular prices.
■nlS JAMES ELLARD & OO., LONDON HOUSE, NEW WESTMIHSTtB
ttS-TMAT'^r
WANT.
1 Sew lap!
$1.25 -°"™- $1.25
DISTRICT OF
NewWestminster
JUST ISSUED .BY..   * '
RYDER & GIBSON,
PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS
HOPE^B.C.
HAVING JUST OPENED ti fli-slt-lnfs
Blacksmith Shop nt Hope, tlm tm-
deralgue-1 beg to solicit a ttharo of puhllo
patronage
AU work cuttuxUhI to thom will br. dono
In Arst-cliws stylo, nnd at lowest current
rates. RYDER A GIBSON.
mhl7Ut
HERRING'S
Drug Store!
NFW PRICE LIST.
AXOTHKR BRKAT REDIITIO** FOK
CASH ONLV.
IllTILDINQ   HAS   15
„     nun una Is well furnls
register ernles, liatli rooms, esc.
1   ltonmsund Is well furnished Willi
LARGE
retl
ic.
for*a quarter of a century to conic, j a bonus to tho brunch wjis insert od
."• No person1' jvlio haa read the ! at tho last moment is also perfectly
Guardian during the last four yenrs \ correct The genoral agreement had
would auapect it'of ever having been for somo time before the house,
favored English Bay as a torniinus and was almost upon tlie point of
for the Canadian Pacific Railway, completion when a deputation from
or auggested that the graving dock j this city waited on tho government
waa not a most excellent tinancial
venture. But these two extracts
are conclusive, and among others
already published will be found
additional proof of the organ's anx-
ioui desirb to get rid of the dry-
and induced it to consent that th
brunch line also should bo made
part of the agreement. The only
clause relating to the branch Hue is
clause 12, wliich is virtually the
last clause in the agreement, and it
dock in 1879. Now it' condemns j was added, as we have stated, after
the preaent government for disposing, of the dry-dock although *ta
province received back from the
Dominion' **"***<> *»"•" •M-' ***
been expended on that work. As.
a f-feovtaf-tto orffan's change of'
opinion "'respecting "t|ie railway terminus it m»yl» mentioned tMp
editor managed to secure posneslfon
of a quantity of M • IKHr Port
Moody, and he forthwith proceeded
to roako' Ms newspaper aH Instrument for bootninj- Ws own proper(jy I
•*•;''J,,ii"..'    .. in' '    .,
Onadian r-ltti ahd Hymnal, with
^"r"t. i*-A.Urli«.Churoh)l.**^
the rest of tho agreement bud been
discussed by tho house.
Tho ages of aome lending actresses
and sinners hnve lately been announced
by a Parisian journalist, who probubly
lives in a bnlnb-prunf fortress, as follows: Mine. Dooho wiib bom in iho
yoar 1B2',1; Maria Laurent, 182fr, Ugnl-
di), 1829; Eavart, 18*13; Madnliiino
Brohan, 1833; Theresa, 1837; li'suon,
1840; Krnuas, 1842; Piiirson, 18481
Oolino Miinlilland, 1843; Adelilia I'at-
ti, 1849; /ulmn llinillVr, 1844: I'm-
chard, 1844; Olirisiinu TMilaami, 1847;
Sophia -OroUatle, 1H48; Marie IW.e,
1844J .lu'd'd, i860; Sarah Bernhardt,
1850; Paula Marie, 1801; Then, 1852;
Heilbmn, 1862; Oranier, 18Ti2; Jane
Hading^lgflOi      _ i
'.n line of Canadian Hymnals juat
Excellent opportunities lor all klnda of
lii'iilllifrrl exercises, liicliullnclioiillHKniitl
uatliing.
Pupils will be made most comfortable
ami llielr general welfare carefully eon»
sklorod.
k COMPETENT STAFF OF IMTMISTOn
will be maintained.
Excellent laoilltiea will be nmmlod tor
Instruction in
Kugllali,
I'niuiuerclal,
Classical and
Madera Laagaag*
Subjects, with Inalrumenlal Muir.
Application l-'ooinn, Reference" nnd fall
Infiirinatloti furnished by
KKV. C. J.
BRENTON, M. A„
New Wkstiiinbteii.
JnlZinl
E. HUTCHERSON,
NUHSEllVMAN ADEAI.EKIN
Fruit and Ornnmental Trees,
LADNER'S LANOINO,   B. O,
r
Hint lie Una es'tabilrrlH'd a Nuniery nt I.ad-
rrcr'N Lundlnc, ami   la prepared to All
he nunscitinr.il wishes to is-
form tbe people of llrillah Columbia
he lin« rsla
 .4 [.undine, - .    .
nil urrlers fnr I'rnlt Trees. Ornamental
Tr-rs. Slirulili'-i-y, Vines, Small Fruits,
Ac. Trees lin|irir(ed or bome grown Be-
L-nriliiiutolhe wlslies of customers. Tile
siil,v,'kil„rr has liad a llioniuali practical
training In lire liiHlncsa, unil hnvliiK a
permanent alalie In llio country 11 la his
Inlr-ri'sl lo rirriil lalrly wllh tlio public. Ho
will wait upon llic various Uiwna ami aet-
lleninnla shortly, uml all orders will have
Ills personal attention.
aul2le E. HUTCHERSON.
160
WARNER'S SAFE CURE,
WARNER'S SAFE HUS,
AYER'B HAIR VIGOR, 8J*c
BURDOCK BLOOD BrTTEUS,      800
VEGETABLE DISCOVERY, N. til.. ,8i*ic
AYER'S SARSAPARILLA, 110c
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL,     llOe
ALLAN'S LUNG BALSAM, (Wo
JAYNES' EXPECTORANT, une
PIERCE'S MEDICAL DlSCOVEKY.lKlo
HALL'S HAIR VIGOR,
HOYT'S COLOGNE (Urge),
HOP BITTERS,
DIAMOND DYES, 3 for 25c
And many otliera.
IS. WIS 81 CD.
\Viiol08iilo nj-jii Iti-tnll
DRUGGISTS!
Xew Westminster, B. 0.
mlUOtu
A. „..,»,„,„„.„
Tie CITY TAILOR
W"
ISHERTO THANK THK I'EOPLE
of Now Westminster for tho gen-
crmiH support lie ImH received during the
past two months. Coining lo tho city a
slmnger.byihe fuvor of tlio ottlfcOHH, tho
pnu'llcoof economy, cnredil nil out lon to
husliUHS, ninl 11 faithful application of
the ui'llflllc skill whicli lie tiQn ncqulretl
by experience, hu has been nble to build
up n Drst-cliiHR business, which he hopes
still further 10 Incronsc.
Also, Repairing & Renovating.
I»c
■WPhyiicianB' TreBcrintionB accurately
S|»nneti from pure En " '
reasonable prices.
tUapente-1 from pure Engliah Drugs ut
jn9tc
A. M. UEKKINO,
Pharmacist, N.W.,
PY/EMIA
U llic most vlriil. ut form of blnoil-polsou-
imr. U's-tNin'i'ililv fat nl, but not less cor*
Irillllv no, ii lh-- vlliiitlmi Of tliu blood of
whli'li tho Hm sviiipioiim uro Pimples,
Ktlus.   llolls, mul Ciitnneotis Erup-
t ion*. When I lm liilnt of Hcrofulu ulves
w ruin*'uf lis |ii'cs(>iii'i'bvHUclilQ(llcat(oAfi,
im limit shmtlil ho lost In nHn(? Ayf.R's
.■■\ns.viMiiii,i.A.tlioo)ilv pcrfwtntiil tvM*
rlilr nii'ilit'lm- for tho purlflrntlon of tho
SCROFULA
rll|illoil III tlie lilooil t
niin-lilni-ry ot llic, .	
e ll [rom llm iryatcni and pre-
ilmnlitaloll   lo   nn*a|irliiK out
..ail ctil'l'lllilloii In Ilie lilooil Hint rots
ill liu- niix-lilni-ry ot llic NoM-lUff
l-iiillral •- ' ■--
ik Irani	
in J\mi.saI'AIiii.i.a.   Tlila iirepara-
i-Jir. llm' iinh'one that will cleanae
r'.o.-i| t.t Jli-i-'i-nrlul iiolaon and the
.it 1'niitiiali'iiH DlairiiHea. Impover-
l',rr..|l<|ll-iii|nellv0Ot
AN/EMIA,
:«l,.n,lialli*llnlliyP#M
\ln»elm,  MatMr
. . , ...tlpfliulL  - — i
..'Jin., l-'hii'i-lil   Milaclea,  jtUMtWrM
, ..•», nml Melancholy. Ha Drat
.... 1 .i,r 1 mv Wcnkneaa, Languor,
...'.,. r Kci'vn Karoo, nnd Mental De-
-■ i,.-ii"' lt-r I'oill'ae, llnclieelictl, lerlill
i-i, i'iIv 1.1 IjiiiiiiIiv in-dentil. Women
. r.-r uilv!-ii(V',r'i'onilt. Tlie only medl-
1.1 i jJn-ii ivhllir iinrlfvlni* thc hlood, eh*
■r .|,- • 11. wllh new vitality, nuclinvigorate*
ilv.i\T!i''fcWMCffl-,tt
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
|r|tlJl'.lltlJII BY
i)    I. <'. Ayor & Co., I-owell,MaH.
Jal.t by all DriiagliU: Price tl; t_
Nix bottles lor |>.
FRESH WATERJERMINUS
City of HewWestminstBr t
IMPOBTANT     jrr*-t-l
AUCTION SALE
 OF	
City Reserves & Gardens!
PUHUC  AUCTION   WILL  TAKE
.luce at Iho l'n«n<-ll < h*Mbers, I"
of New Westailnstcr, on
Price, $1.25.
n
This Map has been produced at
great cost, and gives a vast amount
of information novor before available respecting the most important
district in tlio Province.
The new Map shows the latest
surveys, tho latest roads, tho line of
the O. P. 11. 'and extensions.
BUY A COPY.
PUBLISHED BY
RAND BROS.
Real Estate, Insurance and
Financial Agents,
NUW \VK8TMINSTEH, VANCOUVRIt
ANI) VICTORIA.
(    FOR SALE AT
T.;R; Pearson & Co's
KEW WESTMINSTER AHD VANCOUVER.
ni*Mtc.
IringM
HO 1MGRANITE GREEK
The Driard House
IB TIIE BEST HOUSE TO STOP AT IN
GRANITE CITY.
S1IR8T-CLA8S ACCOMMODATION, and
the Tuhle supplied with every posgl-
0 delicacy. The hotel Is under the personal management of the well-known
caterer, B. F. Boyce.
BOYCE A CAIRNS,
hfltu Proprietors.
STORAGE „„
FORWARDING I
AOENTS FOR O. P. N. OO.
Has imported from London, Eng.,
a lnrge stock of
lhe Latest Shapes and Faahion.
DYEINGASPEC1ALTY
This branch of hiislnoBn Mr. BoBghardt
hiiB Introduced, and cun point with great
satisfaction lo tho large iiunnllty of work
already turned out.
Nothing Succeeds Like Success.
Come and IVy'A. Bosshnrdt (or a suit of
clothes, or leave your old garment* to bo
dyed or renewed.
Don't forget thc place, two doom test mt
lhe Orcltlrnt llnlcl, I'nlnmliln ttlrcrt.
A. BO^RHAnDT, The Tailor.
Na B.—Hosshnrdt hasnluo established a
department where old cIoUich aro bought
nnd sold nt fnlr prices. l'-mylin
Sera IM ill
it
Tl'KSDAV, 15th JINK, 1S8«.
At 10 o'clock In the forenoon, when the
following Lots will be -mhmlitcd to public
competition In uoconhir.cd with J-nnd Hale
Hy-Lnw, 1881, and nmeiidmcnts therein,
vh.i
GoTfrnment OfBce Gardens, Wbck A
I/itsNos.1 toll Inclusive,
«     18 to 20        "
Victoria Gardenn, Block B.
I/tts Nos. 1 to 7 Inclusive,
"    si, 23,2,-i, »i, :in nnd ;vi,
Bt. Patrick's H«ore, Block B.
LoU Mos. 4 to 8 Inclusive.
'■     10 to 18      "
Alice Gardens, Block K.
Lots Nos. 0,8, Band 10.
Clinton Place Reserve- Block P.
I-ots Nos. 1 to 10 Inclusive.
"     !tiu>:»lni'luHive.
Bt. George's flqnare, Block H.
Lotn Noh. « and 7, and Ixitx Nos. 12 to
22 Inclusive.
Bt. Andrew's Square, Block K.
IaoU NM. 0,7 and 8, and Lott Nos. 10
tow Inclusive.
TEHMH.-MK per cent, on the (all ot the
hammer; SSM per cont. In three months,
nnd the balance of the purchase money in
six months from the date of sale,
City Clerk** Office, New Westminster,
with May, law. "-yW-J
HAVING CONCLUDED TO GIVE UP
business I shnll sell the entire stoek
consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing, Men's
KurnlshlnK Goods, Hoots, Shoe*, etc., ht *
25 Per Cent.
Below Cost.
Suits from 85.1)0 njJWnrds.       ' I'I
lit yards l«»t Print, for #1.00
14 " " Whito Cotton.. 1.00
U " " Drovvii " M. 1.00
10 ", No. 1 heavy Drilling, 1.00
10 " Canton FUmMl.'.,... 1.00
Best 8/4 Ded Sheeting, 25c. per yd.
Fine Children's Shoes, 75c. per pair.
Fine " Straw Hata, 25c. ea.
10 pair Ladies' Stockings, all colors,
for*1.00.
10 pair Men's Sooka for Jfl.00.
Men's White Shirts, 75c. each.
Beat Hue, gray and hrown Oven))!,
75c. per pair.
Trimmed and TTntrimmed
HATS,
Feathers,  Flowers,
ies
Also, a good Assortment of
Dolmans,
Jackets,
As late in fashion, cheap and good
as to he had in B. C.
Kerr l Co'a N. M. T. 200-yd. tl-eo-d
Spools, JOc. per doien.
Oome nml secure Bargains
before wc (lose otir stqri-.
G. LEISER.
New WnalmlnatiT, May IB, mm.
inylnic
We keep a stock of
WOOLS
-■■-. ■■■•■■• OW'AHJL KIND8,
fflflirS*
TTAVING PUR-
" chased the stock
ofHardware,Paints,
0ils,&c, of the Estate,,^ Trapp Bros,
we .purpose offering
to the Public VERY
GREAT INDUCEMENTS in this
branch of the Business, which we trust
will secure the patronage of those residing on the Mainland
We have bought a
large and well-selected stock of Shelf
Hardware in the
eastern markets FOR
CASH, whicli we expect to arrive in a
few days, and our
assortment will be,
we consider, second
to none in the country, and will be found
complete in all the
following branches;
General and Shelf
Hardware, Cross-cut
Saws, Paints in all
colors, Boiled & Raw
Linseed Oil [English
and American], Dry
Colors in all kinds,
Wall Paper and Window Blinds, Oakum,
Pitch, Giant,Blastiug
and Sporting Gun-
Powder, Fuse and
Caps, Brushes in
Paint, White-wash,
Scrubbing, Horse,
Dandy and Whisk,
and a full line of
Table and Pocket
Cutlery.
We purpose doing
a CASH BUSINESS
and all orders intrusted to us will be subject to a cash discount of 5 percent,
—our motto being,
"Small Profits and
Quick Returns."
Thanklni* the Public f-ener-
ally for tbe liberal patronage
accorded to us In the past, we
trust by strict attention to
business to merit a continuance or tbe same.
T.J. TRAPP,
WE AHE NOW PREPARED TO UB-
oelve, Storo ant) attend -to Forward*
Ing (Jooils from
HOPE TO GRANITE CITY.
MerchantB nnd others conBlgnlng gooiU
to onr enro will lmvo onr best attontlon tit
the lowest rates.
Fraser & Peters.
Hopo, B.C., April 22,18811. °'npljtn
JOHNS. COX,
Importer nnd Denier In
HMtry
isoludiko
WHITE I.KUIIOU1VS,
BROWN LJKGHOKN8,
PLYMOUTH ROCKS,
LANOSHAN08,
Willi* Created Black Poland.,
Gulnra Fowl.,   Ronett Ducka,
Wlillo Pekin Duck..
Pit Oaniei, Houdana,
05-111 rila nml Knua anpnllcil nt low ratea,
anil nil atock liiiimuitml,
Hoyul Avenue, Saul of Douglas St,
mliJllir
IRVING & STRAHAN,
Cor. Rrsblr and Columbia Sin.
FURNITURE
MANUFACTURERS,.
—ANI>—
UPHOLSTERERS
Siirlng nnd Wool Mtiltrcsses anil
Bedding always ow hand.
HAVE ON 1IAN1I THE
I.AHUIJST AKD I1UH1' STOCK OF rilH-
XITI KIJ OS TIIK MAIM IMI.
-riiACTICAL	
Has just received for tho Holidays a Hae
assortment ot Goltl and Silver
JEWELRY
GENTS'
BOLD & SILVER WATCHES
Ladles Size Swiss Oold Watches
from $25 to *55,
ladles Size American Stem-
winding Gold Watches, at
$32.50.
RKMKMBKB-We do not sell "filled"
Watches and Jewelry aa aolid gold.
Onr gooda ara guaranteed just at re*
presented, and prices lower than any
other house in B. O.
COLONIAL BLOCK,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
iloliilc
At tlio cimtnioncoinent of another
Bpring sip, take this opportunity to
thank the publio for past favois, and
hope for a continuance of the lame.
CHdBe House
WM. RAE,
"*v*Caa»g-«*r.
Coi.iimiha Sthkut,
New WESTMirfflTen.      ap8to .
COMMISSIONS IN THE COUNTRY
PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
TO II MU CStAP mTo« MIT THIWj
1 MCCORMICK TWINE HINDER,
2 MEADOW LAItK REAl'EnS,
•1 TRIUMPH REAPERH,
1 BUCKEYE MOWER,
1 ITHll'A HAY RAKE,
BUSS WINDOWS ft DOORS
AT FACTORY KATEH.
)ne2lo
The Colonial
BOOTiSHOE
STORE,
Colonial Hotel Building,,
KEW WESTMINSTER.
Wm. Ross
IMI-OKTl-R AND DEALER IN
BOOTS and SHOES
The French Lonolr, Goodyear, Pinkerton, Cochrano, Caailli A Co,,
Armea lloldcn and Slater
Boota and Shoe*.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN ARE RE-
apocUiilly Invited to cull nnt! rxuin-
Ino the aloek.
t liavo also on hand tlio
MOTIH-, A\»«l IS LIJATIIta WATM.
TIGHT USEE BOOT,
Which now takes the place nl ginii hoots.
Jy29tc
~NOTiOE^
A LI* ACCOUNTS HUH TO ME MUKT
A  tm luiiil forth willi otherwlno lhey will
lie pliiccii tn tlm tuinilH of my notttittor,
U. LKIHEU.
Now WoslmliiKlrr, Mny 18,tR86,
lflmyflm Wm f ritish Columbian.
Nahirtlay Morning, June 19, 1886,
THE PROVINCIAL SECRETARY.
Programme for the Campaign.
We are requested to announce tlmt the
Hon. Mr. Robson will p. V.) moettlio
settlers at the following times and places!
I.ADSIEB-8 LANDING, on Wednesdny
i next, tho I6th inst., na soon after arrival
of the Viotoria steamer us convenient.
HIKIEY, at tho Town Hall,on Thursday
the 17th Inst,, at 9 p.m.
At   LANIiLKV,  on   Friday  Hie  lath, at
•i p. m.
At AIDES SHOVE, on Hntimlny the 19th
iiiHt.,iit.1i). m,
Al UPFEB MIMAS, on Monday thc '2lst
Inst,, at 11 a. m.
At LEHMAN'S LANDING, on Tuesday the
22nd inst., at 10 a, m.
Al I'll ILM WHACK, on Tuemtiiy evonlns,
as soon after arrival of up steamer as
convenient.
At MABBI10N, on  Wednesday 23rd, at
8 p. m..
At BUBTON-g I'M* IMF, Nicomin School
Houso, on Thursday tlie 2-ith Inst., at
3 p. m.
Al MAPLE MIDGE, on Friday the snt li
I nut., at 8 p. in.
Subsequent an n ounconiont will he mndo
of meetings at Richmond, Nortii Arm,
Moodyville, Vancouver and other places.
Mr. Robson desires to state that in consequence of the continued illness of the
Doputy Provincial Secretary he hns heen
prevented from visiting his constituents
earlier, and will bo obliged to **P**.r.-i much
less time In the various settlements than
lie intended.
For Salo 1000 ^-barrels and kits cheap.
Apply at this office. aplOtc
Still Another.-Mr. W. H. Lad-
net asks us to announce that he will be
a candidate fur the district of New
Westminster at the coming election.
Arrived—Mr. J. A. It. Homer,
M.P. for this district, reached Viotoria yesterday, and is expeoted to arrive
in this city by the str. Teaser this
evening.
For thk Oity.—Mr. W. Norman
Bole telegraphs from Kamloopi that
he will be a candidate for the representation of thia city in the next provincial legislature.
Of local cotemporary published a
chatWiatic  paragraph on the Do-
Day printing job, in whioh ho
attics to oast  discredit upon the
Btafients of this journal.   Any per-
lofho wishes to verify our state-
can do so on application to tho
ittee.   Mr.  Hall, wbo had the
ir in hand, declares tbat he stated
,o Guardian, as he did to ua, that
h-jrould supply the material for the
Tflu that the misrepresentation lies
eon that gentleman and our cotem*
ry.   Mr, Hall certainly informed
committee that the material was to
upplied by him.
ominion Alliance. — The execu-
■e of the New Westminster Auxiliary
the Alliance met on Wednesday.
fhe treasurer  reported subscriptions
The  Water. —A despatch  fromfor the guarantee fund to date $232.-
Matatjui to this journal was received6**.   A member reported the organiza-
yesterday afternoon as follows; " Watq
See the new Clothing at Drysdalo's.
A nice stock of Ladies Jorseya just
received at Drysdale's.
Building operations continue quite
brisk throughout the oity.
A nice assortment of new Regatta
Shirts just in at Drysdale's.
Excavations are nearly completed
for the O.P.R. hotel at Vancouver.
A full line of Men'a Underwear and
Furnishing Gooda at Drysdale's.
The mail ttr. Rithet arrived from
,   Victoria at 4:25 yesterday afternoon.
Lota 4 and 5, Block C, Louise Gardens,
for sale cheap, Woods, Turner k Gamble. ap24to
Mr. Lee is putting up another house
on his property on the corner of Agnes
and Lome sts.
The new advertisement of Messrs,
Drysdale & Co. will be found in another column.
The R. 0. P. Mill Oo.'a new tug
Stella left on Wednesday for Mud Bay.
This is her first trip.
The platform for dancing, erected
by the Hyacks on Alice Gardens, ia
for sole.   See adv.
A dispatch from New York announces that Powderly, chief of the
Knights of Labor, hai resigned.
Read the new advertisement of the
well-known establishment of Jas. El
lard ft Oo. which, will be found in this
paper.
Ill-fitting hoots and shoes cause corns.
Holloway's Corn Cure Is the article to
use. Get a bottle at once and cure your
corns,
The Vancouver News snys that the
C.P.R. telegraph Hue will soon be in
working order from the east to Vancouver.
Persons who are seeking a safe and
good investment for their capital should
attend the sale. of city squares next
Tuesday.
From our advertising columns it will
be seon that the ladies of the Choral
Union are to give a concert on the
22nd inst..
Mr. Phillips, of the asylum, is erecting a commodious residence on the
property he recently purchased from
the oity on Agues st.
Mr. 0. E. Corbould is preparing to
erect a fine residence for himself on
the north side of Royal Avenue, near
Mrs. Irving's house.
Mr, 0. Nicholas, lately from London,
England, tin been appointed pro. tern.
■uccessor to tho late Mr. Vigor as
steamboat inspector.
The case uf the injunction againBt
the O.P.R. extension was before Hon.
Mr. Justice McCreight here yesterday
Afternoon, and will be continued today.
On Thursday morning a patient
escaped from the lunatic asylum, but
he wss retaken by Constable MoBroom
during the day and returned to tho in
stitutlon.
At this city the water is now about
the same as it was at the beginning of
the week, and possibly an extensive
overflow of tho low lands may be
avoided yet.
Mr. Wilson, superintendent of the
goverment telegraphs in British Columbia, has been at Viotoria for a week
endeavoring to put tho straits cable in
working order,
London Truth says that Lord and
Lady Lansdowne are coming to England in September tor two months, and
will reBtde principally at Bowood during their stay at home.
In addition to onr new stock of spring
foods we have opened an invoice of
liagonals, Wost of England Broadcloths
and French Cassimeres, Walsh the
Model Tailor. Herbkrt Wai.sh, Manager. apSlto
Tho Dominion government has disallowed the following acts, passed at
the lost session of the provinoial parliament: An oot to amend the land
act, 1884, and an net to amend the
Sumas Dykinir net.
We understand that injunctions
have been granted to several holders
of property in the right of way of the
C. P. R. extension between Port
Moody and Vancouver, and the work
r.f construction ia muoh delayed.
Mr. W. R. Lewis leaves shortly for
a trip south, haviug disposed of his
household furniture, &e. He is having a new residence erected on Agnes
at., east of Mr. J. 0. Armstrong's, and
will return in a fow months to tako
possession of it.
- A correspondent at Vancouver sends
us a long report of an entertainment
thst took place lost Friday night at
Moodyville, bat the correspondence
came too late for thia issue. The entertainment It said to have been ono uf
the best ever given at Burrard Inlet.
We understand that Bill Pollard,
who stabbed MoSweeney nt Point
Roberts last Sunday murning, hns been
captured by the U.S. authorities and
is held for trist. Pollard is wall known
In this part of British Columbia, and
bti reputation is not as good as it might
be.
Attention is called to the announcement of Rev, 0. J, Brenton, M.A., in
our advertising columns, relating to
the oollcgo ho is about to open in Victoria. Mr. Brenton hns beon for aome
time principal uf Lorno Oullogo in this
eity, and ib welt known to many of our
readers,
tion of a strong auxiliary at Chilliwhack. Steps were taken towards organizing at Vancouver. The president
reported that the provincial executive
desired suggestions as to points to be
included in the bill now being prepared
for submission at the next session of
the legislature, and aotion was taken
in accordance with the request. The
intention is to frame a good, comprehensive license law, calculated to protect society against the more glaring
evils of the liquor traffic. It was resolved to ask every candidate for the
Iioal house, to pledge himself to support the principle of this bill; and also
to make an appeal to the electors to
support only auch candidates as will
pledge themselves to good wholesome
restrictive legislation. The executive
will meet again on Monday evening, at
at a standstill during the past 24 houi
It ia now 4 ft, 2 ins. below the grej
Hood of 1882." 7
The Campaign.—In another colui
will be found the programme arrnnid
by the provinoial secretary for this rn*
trict. The other candidates seetfto
have been engaged in n "still hiintfao
far, and have made no announcerajit.
Found Guiltv.—At the Ktinftps
assizes Mallott, who shot a maj at
Fnrwell last year, was found guiU of
murder nnd sentenced to be hangoUa
the 28th proximo. Mallott wu *wi-
fined for sovoral months iu the gaol it
this city.
The Whatcom n" ,■,;■-,. BftyB -^at thd 7:30 o'clook .—-Com.
str Evangel will not call any more J,   i_cam^„.HmOA^*-Amem-
Whatcom unless a U.S. port of entry I     of the t   now ftfc E
is established at Semiahmoo bo that •• k ■*-*_„ „,„M „ Mti,„-»iiii,n.-,«nni
vessels enn be cleared for British Col- FfT * "./ * ,      *"
unibin, nnd it asks:   "What will be of the dangers incidental to aurvuymg
dono with our butter, e»gs,Btrawber.(}n thB£ *$?*•   On several occasions
ries, spuds, and other fruits T
On Tuesday morning T. 0. Atkinson, of the law firm,of Corbould,
McColl & Atkinson, and Mary Ellard,
daughter of tho late James Ellard,
were married at St. Mary's church,
Sapperton, by the Bishop of New
Westminstor. The bridal pair left on
tho Btr. Rithet the same morning for
a wedding trip. We wish them all
possible happiness.^
A Close Shave.—On Wednesday a,
mnn named Geo. Sinclair, while paint*
ing the new Orange Hall, fell a distance of about 30 feet and was considerably hurt. His nose was broken and
his faco badly scratched, but we are
glad to learn that the injuries are not
likely to be as serious aa was at first
suppr,sed. A defective scaffold was
the cause of the accident, and it is a
wonder the man escaped with his life.
The municipal council of Surrey has
au advertisement in thia paper calling
public attention to the lands of tha:
municipality. Persons coming to thii
country often go up and down the river
nnd go away disappointed because the;
hnvo seen no land that suits them, if
they were to take a trip through soma
of the townships away from the river,
thoy would be surprised at the richnets
of tho country. Information respecting Surrey lands may he had from tha
reeve or clerk.
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The Land Sale.—Quite a number
of lots in the eity squares and reserves
fire on the list for Tuesday's sale, and
ever} one who wants a piece of land
for building purposes or speculation
will have a fair opportunity of being
accommodated. Oity property for the
last five or six years has been making
n steady advance, and it is as safe an
investment ns a man can find. The
sale takes place nt the Council Chambers in this city at 10 o'clook next
Tuesday morning.
Ahead Already.—The embryo oity
of Vancouver ia ahead of us already in
the matter of lioensea. A by-law passed at last meeting of the Vancouver
council requires all saloon and hotel
bars and liquor stores to close
during tho whole uf Sunday. We
hope such a law will soon bo enacted
in thia oity. It ia a disgrace that
while ordinary traffio is not allowed on
Sunday, a traffio admitted by all to be
specially evil in its tendency and associations should be permitted without
hindrance. ,
More Crookedness.—When tenders were asked for the Dominion Day
printing it was explicitly stated by Mr.
Hall that the whole of the programme
was to be inserted in the posters. The
posters havo been issued, but the matter contained on tho programme does
not appear in them at all 1 The amis
sion makes the job worth about 92 less,
but wu suppose the committee doesn't
care much as long as the people foot
the bills. We hope every one is pleased with the artistic appearance of tho
program mo! _
Poliob Court.—On Wednesday a
man named Sutherland was assessed
$1.60 and $1 coats for d. and d. Kit-
patrick, for driving too rapidly over
plank road, was fined $2 50 and costs,
the lightness of the fino beinp in consideration of the fact that this was his
first offence. On Thursday a stage
driver was up for fast driving over a.
plank walk. In defence he stated that
at the timo ho was driving a young
horse that took fright at an obstruction
on the Btreet. Under the circumstances tho magistrate dismissed the
cane.
there had been an alarm in camp on
account of some unknown animal in
too close proximity. A few daya ago
some of the party saw a couple of bears
in the water with the dogs barking
about them, and, filled with the desire
to distinguish themselves, they attacked them with various weapons—pistols,
revolvers, popguns, and goodness
knows what. The bears stood it for
awhile, and then began slowly to move
off—they were getting tired. But one
ball from a revolver rather rubbed the
skin of the older bear, and he turned
around with some impatience and—but
here the narrator broke off, for the
bold, brave surveyors did not wait to
see what bruin would do. However,
there was heaps of fun, for the bear
did not follow them, and the boys peppered away until the two denizens of
the forest moved off to the dark recesses of their, till now, undisturbed
retreat.—Vancouver News.
DttoprBD Dead.—Samuel Brierly,
an old Cariboo miner, who has been
staying at the Colonial hotel for the
past week dropped into a faint while
in conversation last Friday night about
0 o'olock. Restoratives were administered, but without effect. Dr. Mcgui-
gen was sent for and on Ida arrival announced that death had claimed its
own, Tho unfortunate man hnd been
complaining during the day of a pain
in the head, ana several times he
"wished he wore dead,'' little thinking
that in a few hours his wish would be
realized, Death waa oaused by heart
disease, Deceased was a man of ovor
60 years of age, and unmarried. He
is an old resident of British Columbia,
and latterly worked as cook in Guiles-
pie's camp. He was spoken of as n
sober, industrious man. -- Vancouver
News,
A whisker dye muat be convenient to
use, easy to apply, impossible to rub off,
elegant in appearance, and cheap in
price. Buckiugham'n Dye for ths Whis
Iters unites in itself all thoso merits,
Try it. '^_   __
If your children! ara troubled with
worms, give thom Mother Graves' Worm
Kxterminator; safe, sure, and effectual.
Try it, and mark the improvement iu
your child.
Chilliwhack Camp Meeting.—This
annual Methodist gathering began on
Tuesday, 1st inat., and lasted for one
week. It was attended by a larger
number than usual, including several
visitors from Nanaimo, Victoria, and
New Westminster. There were also
many natives present, under the
leadership and instruction of Rev. O.
M. Tate, assisted by several native
preachers. The attendance of minis-
ten, too, was unusually large, com*
Erising Revs. Messrs. Watsou, Hall,
iryant, Seccombe, Hemlaw, Wood,
and Pattorson, and the results of the
meeting proved decidedly gratifying.
Of tho whitM, 91 names were given at
the close, and of Indians 6, as probationers for membership in the Meth
odist ohuroh. Besides all this, the
general success of religion has "beet
considerably enhanced in Chilliwhack
and Sumas by the influence of these
services and the good effect there will
be aeen after many days. The interest
shown in this institution by the peoplo
appeared in the closing service when a
debt of $210 was wiped out by the
united appeal of Revs. Bryant and
Tate. The further improvement of
the camping grounds will be at once
commenced. Mrs. D. Robson assisted
by her effective rendering of solos from
the "Guspel Songs" and waa muoh appreciated.— Com.
. .       .m ——
The sure effects of Ayer's Sarsaparilla
ara thorough and permanent. If there
is a lurking taint of scrofula about you,
Ayer's Sarsaparilla will dislodge it, and
expel it from your system.
From Mount Lehman,
•Correspondenceof the Columbian,)
Mount Lehman, June 9.—A great
part of the Matsqui Prairie ia now covered with water, and the opinion prevails that the flood will reach the high
mark of 1882. It is to be hoped this
opinion may not be realized, for such
a flood would do a terrible lot ot damage to people who have settled on low
lands along the river for the lut few
years. Mount Lehman is safe from
the flood, for it can stand a rise of
about 100 feet.—Some of the buys
have returned already from the gold
mines, and report a good deal more
water than gold just now.—Crops aro
looking well, and thore is every prospect of an abundant harvest- Bears
are quite plentiful in this region. A
number of Nimrods havu been after
them, but without success.
Mn. K. H. Perkins, Creok Centre,
Warren Co., N. Y., writes: She has been
troubled with asthma for four years, had
to sit up night after night with it. She
has taken two bottles of Dr. Thomas'
Eclectrie Oil, and is perfectly cured.
She strongly recom-i cuds It, and wishes
to act as agent among her neighbors.
Brownville to Upper somas.
(.('urn-*-11on*11-ni-i- of (lie Columbian.)
Your correspondent having been
one of thn party who laid out the Yale
Hopo wagon load in the spring of 1874,
some observations mado during a trip
recently from Brownville to Upper Sumas and Mount Lehman by wagon
road may be of interest to your readers. The changes that have taken
placo sinco then are ao great as to be
worthy of mention. In 1874 the first
place one struck after leaving Brownville was the Innes farm at Langley
Piairle, a distance of 13 miles. Soon
after tho mini was owned Mr. Murchison settled west nf Langley Prairie;
and to-day you will tiud quite a number of settlors itluiii* the road between
Brownville and Langley Prairie, and
cross roads are being constructed so as
to give access to back claims on both
sides,. From Lnngley Prairie to Upper
Sumas is a distance of 20 milea. There
was not a soul to be seen in this distance at thc time of the construction
of the road. The firat settler to oome
was Mr. John Musselwhite, who went
to Upper Sumaa, and I believe Mr.
Murray and his son were the fint to
settle on the road west of Langley,
Between Langley Prairie and Uppor
Sumas is wliere the greatest changes
nre to be aeen. From Mr. Murray's
for a distance of 7 miles the changes
are Bomewhat surprising. Where a
few yesrs ago a person might travel
along without henring or seeing anyone, to-day you could scarcely go hnlf
a mile without finding people busily
engaged in making houses ur in other
occupations relating to civilized life,
Hore, also, mnny side roads are being
constructed to give access to lands
back from the trunk road, and settlers
may be found in somo instances us fur
as 3 miles back. Six miles from Lnngley Prairie is situated tho well stacked
store of Shortreed Broa.   A mile be*
{rond is Alder Grove post-office nnd a
odging house conducted by Mr. Why-
man, There is also nnother store run
by Mr. Jackman. The post-oflice in a
sort of centre of gravity, and prumisus
well as the site of n village in tlio near
future. Hero tho Walker rond from
the American side and tho Whan nock
road from Fraser rirer intersect the
trunk road, and this point is half way
between New Westminster nnd Chilliwhack. Mr. Geo. Stroeblo hns erected
a large building nt this point, intending to provide accommodation for the
travelling public. Alder Grove is also
to have a resident Methodist minister
shortly, and the people are asking for
a sohool, which is greatly needed. Between Alder Grove and Sumas there
are a large numbor of settlers, and
new ones are constantly coming in,
and a considerable quantity of good
land is still left for those who want it.
From Alder Grove your correspondent
returns to the 26*mile post, and tinds
the road leading to Mount Lehman, a
new settlement whieh is mnking rapid
progress. Mount Lehinnu waa first
settled in the yoar 1874 by Messrs.
S. W. and Isaac Lehman and A. Douglas, but at thnt time the prospects of
forming a settlement were bo poor thnt
these people became aiohoart-.n-.d and
left. About 6 yenrs ngo Mr. S. W
Lehman returned, with his family, und
he and a few others hnve worked hard
tb develop the settlement, and their
efforts have beou vory successful. The
settlement now haa about 60 settlers, n
Bchool with an attendance of about 25
scholars, a post-office, aud n storo con
ducted by Mr. E. J. Thomson.
Throughout tho settlement the soil
seems to bo very rich. Tho timber is
principally alder, and thero are some
of the finest tracts of aider bottom that
one could wish to Bee. Tho name "uldcr
grove" would apply hero with quite na
much fitness as at the neighboring
settlement, and hore also there is some
very good land awaiting settlement.
There has been a groat deal of money
spent (apparently to good advantage)
in these two settlements in opening up
main roads bythe present government.
In politics the people do not seem to
have much to say. They have had no
dealings with any but the present government, and as they are generally
well satisfied with their treatment they
seem disposed to let woll enough alono,
The people through these two settlements deserve great credit for the
amount of road making they havo
done themselves. The time is not far
distant when theso two settlements
will be joined into one continuouB
community. When that conies to
pass it is to be hoped they mny be one
in will aa well as in fact. I am of the
opinion that this region is destined to
become the garden of the province of
British Columbia. Tho land is first-
olass, and will raise in abundance anything adapted to'-ottr-climate; nnd
there is no dread of river floods thnt
so many are experiencing elsewhere
just now. The people seem to be giving a good deal of attention to tho
cultivation of fruits. I um informed
that last vear and this spring about
$1,000 tfitk vt f>Mg rVuit trees were
put out in the two settlements; and
aa great care is taken to secure the
best varities, they are sure to be abundantly rewarded for tho cost nnd
trouble. I hope, Mr. Editor, you
will give this letter a placo in your
valuable paper.
Mount Lehmanitk Abroad.
Comrnnnicationa.
The Dominion Alliance.
Editor Columbian.—In view of certain circumstances which need not be
very particularly specified, it seems to
me well that certain facts connected with
what may be called tlm temperance
movement, should be put before tho people at this time. It is generally known
that a convention was held here last
month to organize, or to provide a basis
jpon whioh to organize, the temperance
peoplo of the province. That convention
was called by the Provincial Branch of
the Dominion Alliance, and its work was
done upon the lines laid down by the
Alliance, Now I think it will be granted
by everyone whose head is as cool and
clear as a temperance man's (or woman's)
heud ought to be, that those who hope
for the accomplishment of any useful
work in this matter, must look to organized effort for tbe fulfilment of their
hopes. It will also be granted tlint organised effort is impossible if any considerable number of temperance people
insist upon putting forward each hia or
her own particular hobby. The Alliance
seeks to avoid hobbies; while it is quite
willing that Us friends should ride theirs
to death on all other occasion!', it respectfully requests them to leave their
steeds at home when they are about Alliance work, and also to be careful that
their prancing raises no dust in the wny
of those who are seeking to do tliat work.
Coming now to the 1'rovineial Branch
of the Alliance ami its auxiliaries, it is,
I think, a fair statement of its present
aims to say, tliat it seeks sueh legislation
as will protect the community ngaiu.it
the admitted evils of the liquor traffic.
The license laws of British Columbia at
present nre little, if anything, more thnn
revenue laws. They are, indeed, "license'' laws- they provide that you shall
pay a license fee, and thnt, having paid
It, you have license to do as you plense.
The Alliance believes that n grunt denl
should be added to this; nml ndded,
because the ioetfart of society dinlahds it.
That is the kernel of the whole matter.
I should be sorry to aay that the Alliance
ignored tlie moral aspect of the question;
but it does not, so to apeak, Approach
the question from the moral side nt all.
It seoks to restrict and restrain the liquor
traffic, just as the laws of large cities restrain men from building wooden houses
within certain "fire limits," v'w.., in tlie
Interests of society, Against tho platform of tlio Alliance, tho old argument
that temperance legislation is an interference with personal liberty has no
power; for it cannot be denied that tho
law which I hnve just cited, and a hundred others which might be cited, nre us
much infringement* of personal liberty
as any temperance legislation can be,
No one in theso days, who wishes to
be considered a person of respectable understanding, denies that an unrestrained
liquor traffic is a menace to society, and,
that being admitted, tho position of the
Alliance is impregnable. Let us hopo,
therefore, thnt all loyal and patriotic
mon will be found supporting the efforts
of the Alliance in this province, to obtain
civilized legislation aa to thc liquor
traffic at the earliest possible date.
AUTAS'OE.
LATEST BYTELEBRAPH ^^■^-.-,:--,r/-:.-:-^^ .,•
■Wl FROM AU, PtfTI W THIWNU.
Helkaut, June 9.—Oraagemen are rioting here to-day, and have wrecked one
hundred houses in tlie city, two of which
they burned. The excitement is intense,
and men are wild. The rioters have
broken into several whisky stores and
possessed themselves of the liquid contents. Large numbers of men*aud women are lying about la gutters drunk,
and others are prowling about the streets,
Several assaults were made by the police
upon the rioters and seventy of the latter
have boen severely wounded by buckshot. The police have .been ordered to
fire balls In the event of a renewal of the
rioting.
St. John's, N.F., June 9.—Bread riots
are threatened in Conception Bay, Unemployed men are parading the street! in
crowds. The police, with rifles and fixed
bayonets, so far, have prevented looting.
The British war ship Lily has been ordered to Conception Bay.
San E-WHOWCO, Cal,, Juue 9.—Advices
from China state that United States Minister Denvy is reported as saying tbat
Geu. Wilson was prepared to undertake
the building of roads without China being
obliged to expend one cent; that United
States capitalists were ready to supply
all capital and material necessary to give
China a complete railway system In the
shortest possible time. .
A, Maybee, Merchant,. Warkworth,
writes: I have sold some hundreds of
bottles of Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil, and
it is pronounced by tbe public '"one of
tbe best medicines they have ever used;"
it has done wonders in healing and relieving pain, sore throats, ftc, nnd is
worthy of the greatest confidence.
SPECIAL DESPATCHES.
Beu-aht, June 10.«Peopl* here have
been wrought up to a state of great ex
oitement by tbe riotous demonstrations
of Orangemen during the post two days,
'All work is stopped, store* and many
residences are closed and barricaded.
Mobs in every street are prepared for
further deeds of violence. The Orange*
men are greatly incensed at the constabulary for firing upon them, and threaten
to sack the barracks. Detachments of
soldiers nnd police from Dublin and other
cities are being forwarded to Belfast to
assist the authorities in restoring order,
At midnight a mob of Orangemen raided
a public house kept by a Catholic uamrd
O'Hare, and after sacking it set it on
fire. The police charged the rioters a
dozen times without bayonets, but each
time were forcod to take refuge in the
barracks, where they fired upon the
mob from second story windows. The
mob, however, held its ground 30 minutes longer, although the firing was
heavy and Incessant. Scores of rioters
were wounded. It is known positively
thnt six meu and two womon were killed.
A great many wounded were earned
away by friends, and whether their injuries are fatal iB not known. 20 rioters
who received bullet wounds are lying in
one infirmary. A lnrge number of
Orangemen took part in the riot to-day.
Los nos, June 10.—In the commons
this afternoon Gladstone, who was loudly
cheered on rising, said that in consequence of the rejection of home rale lis
had advised the queen to dissolve parliament without delay, and her majesty
had graciously assented to this, and he
would therefore aak the house to wind
up the business of the session at the
earliest practicable moment The premier's statement wu received with
cheers.   _—_^^^^^_^__ r m
A Him Worth Heeding.—Life loses
half its zest when digestion Is permanently impaired. Surely then a speedy
means of restoring this essential of bodily comfort is worth trying. Every
rank, every profession, bears its quota of
evidence to the beneficent influence upon
the stomnch, and also upon ths liver*'
bowels nod kidneys, of Northrop Jt Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure, or celebrated mood Purifier.
What is the wise course suggested to the
sick by this testimony! We leave them
to deoide.
 •«•>
Rev. Sam Jones is to hold a series
of religious  meetings in Toronto in
Ootober,
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Mr. Henry Marshall, Reeve of Dunn,
writes: "Some time ago I got a bottle of
Northrop k Lyman's Vegetable Discovery from Mr. Harrison, and I consider
it the very lust medicine extant for
Dyspepsia." This medicine ts making
marvellous cures in Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia, etc., in purifying the Mood
and restoring manhood to full vigor.
Beautiful photographic panoramic
views in British Columbia, 75 ots. per
set at T. R. Pearson k Co.'s. *
Wholesale nir Market.
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Turnips "
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Parsnips "
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AFTER DINNER.
IVr-itin who wiih- from Indigestion
cim iiriT.it tlie prdgwgti of thut iiulnftil
liiiilnd) liy tlie us-* of nn ufter-diumr
pill, m> fioimiosvu tlmt It will (live lone
to Ilie >tumiich, jimvent heartburn; rouse
llio liver IO lienltlifitl iiellou, IllvlgoftltO
the lJdiii'j-.Jiml lluis, thi'ouirhthe iietivitv
of tin-Mi oi-.tui., promote the imturtil
mm. in. ut of llio **1oni:ieh und bowels.
AYI'.ll'S l*tl.l.s nn* so coiiijioillide-,! tlmt
their miioii, thoiijrh mild, cflbetitallv tiro-
■lun-*. the nbove results They afco, in
.,iii*ii-,' <'imsnpntlriii,i-ptj)ovo thu ciuih- of
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roiitntn no nilnciill nnr p'olsoiiotis suli-
stini'i-, mul di) not (.ripe unless tho
bowel-. Km liTl'iitiYl, unil even tin ii their
Inlhii-ii-v-U hulling!   To continue their
elli-i-' in c-otlSIlpiitcil ori-lmiliie ruses, thev
neHl.iiiy liei-il-en in diminishing fnstoiiil
uf 'iii-iYii-in-*- c|i--es. Kdr sen mi ii. nnd In*
liiiMii-ii's or travelers lu .'pui-sely settled
eiuiiihii's where jibjHlclitiis nro not st
linnd, they v.iv of luestimnble value.
Tlniv i*. hardly :i sickness thev will not
itllc\i:i:i'.i:ml in most rilles cure, If taken
promptly. To yiluitv riHs',1ust entering
upon woiiiiiuhooil. tind to women whoso
period of iiuiiernity I.i drawing to n clow,
Ayer'*. nils, in modi rule doses, merely
MitlMi-ni in I'lwmv regular ncllon of the
bowel-, will be found of
Incalculable Value.
CREPAItF.il BY
ii'. .1. C. Ayer tk Co, Lowell, Man
Snlil liy nil Praiss-lMs.
l-TOTXQB
A 1,1. ACCOUNTS MTH TO THK UN-
ilciiilttnoamnsthepnht on or before
the l-Mli .luno next, otherwise they will be
-plnced In Mio linnd-** of n collector,
myaild .        U WIT-I-IK.
the(
PAUL'S CHURCH.  Hervlces ev*
ery Hunday at 11 A. si. and 7 P. H. In
vlted.  Hunduy Hcbool ut 2.30 P. m
METHODIST CHURCH, Mary BU
Rev. O. Watson, Pastor. Renicesnt
in. and 7 p. m. Sunduy School and
Bible CIhhh 2:30 p. in. Prayer Meeting on
Thursdays at 8 p. in. Seats free; striiiisern
cordially Invited. Je7-tc,
CHURCH OF ENGLAND, Ht. Mary's,
Hupperton. Services,Sundays, llti.in..
and '(.-so p.m. Thursdays, 7.30p.m. Dally,
8.30 a. in., 5.80 p. m. Holy Communion,
Sundays, 9 n.iu,, except 2nd Sunday In the
month.   All senU free. mh20tc
BAPTIST CHURCH, Rev. Kobt. Lennie pastor; meets In the Court House.
Services at 11 A. M. nnd 7 P. m. Halibut h
School uud Bible UtasH at 2.30 p.k. Prayer Meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Strungersconiinlly Invited. aplStc
AITSION LODGE Xm. t, A. F,
* A. If..* The regular Com*
mnnieutlons of this Lodge are
held on the first Monday lu each
month.  Sojourning brethren are cordially Invited to attend O. WILSON,
fe23-tc Secretary,
PIANO TUNING.
■jVT"- O. II. GOODWIN, Pluno Maker
Ifl nnd Tuner, will be iu town shortly,
for n few days only. Orders left ut Mr.
Pearson's store will receive prompt attention. Juiltc
MRS. E. J. MILLER IS PREPARED
to receive pupils in Drawing, OU
Painting, Crayons, and various kinds of
Decorative work, at her temporary studio,
Occident Hotel, Room 19. myl
il
EGGS^HATCHING
ALL VAR1ITIEI.
80 MMnta flocks or Und ud
Water Fowls. Mtted to produce
bwt retmlti. hut* •ad btnd-
■otuely UluitnUeil CsUlogas
free.
C.P.ST0SE^*S8:«».
A LLACCOUNTH DUE TOTHE ABOVE
J\ Estate must be paid Immediately at
the store of T. J. Trapp * Co.
All accounts not paid on or before the
25th June will be placed In tbe hands of
our Solicitor. J, H. TURNER,
my29ml Assignee.
NOTICE.
APPLICATION WILL BE MADE BY
the Clillllwhnck Municipal Council
to tho Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for the gazetting of publio highway commencing nt the S.E. corner Beo.
90, Township itt. New Westminster District, running west on thc line to the gazetted road on the bunkof the Chilliwhack
river: to be 2U feet on each side of said
line. JAMEH PATTERSON,
myl2ml C. M. C.
Notice to the Publia
JAMES MORRISON who has been for
fifteen yenrs engaged in the City of
New Westminster as Conveyunccr, Land
audQenerul Agent, Auctioneer nnd Collector of Rents, Debts, Ac, has removed to
Vancouver City, He has had considerable
practice fn the County ond Police Courts;
and as his charges were always moderate
he hopes fora continuance of imblic confidence. His offices are over Mr. Wilson's
store, Vancouver City.
Vancouver Clly, 41 h March, 1888.
mhOtc
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Carpenter & Builder
Plans and Specifications for all
kinds or Buildings care-
folly Prepared.
JOBBING NEATLY AN!) CAREFUL-
« ■     LY EXECUTED.
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All orders left at Occident Hotel, or at
tbe shop of Vf. Johnson, Columbia street,
will receive prompt attention.   Your fa
vor solicited. jefttc
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po.UKrl) In'
CLOSED ON THE  31st INSTANT.
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aa FINAL nnd govern tliemaelvea.ccord-
tally,
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Kill bn will
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Live Stock & Real Estate,
' HAVE RECBIVRn IN8TUUCTIONS
from Nr. Wm. Hurray to sell by Pub
lic Auction' on  the   premises,  I-iini-iey
-   -*■*  ■*"■—■ ■"<-■•■-■ \NT :
Pralne, on TUESDAY, 22ni* IN8TA1.- .
8 Milk Cows with i-hIvoh ut font, ull gentle
dairy animals; 5 2-year olds; S 1-year
Olds; lBull, well broke to work; 1 Mure
ami Colt 5 yours old; 1 tenm of Horses wr 11
matched und well broken, dnrk bays l,
and 11 yeurs old; 1 Farm wagon; 1 Hay
Rack; and anumberof Work ami unbroken Hones tram tlio Interior. Thc above
Is a KOOd opportunity for purt Ies detiriiif
good family cows; aud tbe terms being ex*
ceptlonullv good will give nil parties a
chnnt-pof gelling what they mny require
In tills direction.
Will be niid nt sunn* time, Snutli-KiiNt
tiunrternf Heel Imi in, Township*-, mi Mnd
Nay ftoad, consist In-.* of 100 aeres; pnrtly
liiiprovfd; hus Iiousq I hereon nnd 6 acres
clf-arod; V/_ miles from Nehool Hoiine.
Tkrmh. —For  Uve Hloek, negotiable
Holes al ,'f month*- wltliout inlereM, which
will be subject l-> renew-il foru further 3
months with Interest nt i percent. For
Keal Kiitate, half eusb on completion of
deed, uml the 1-ulniiee In 12 months.
Sale will comments ut io:;un.m. 8 net
cent discount for ensh.
jnHd T. .1. TRAPP Auctioneer,
MONUMENTS
mHE UNDEIWICINKD HAH BEEN AP-
1 pointed iiKt-nt in British Colombia for
tneae beautiful monument*. Full pnrtle-
nlarnaHtoprloeHnnd designs on application. CHAS. .1. ROBSON,
At Mr. O. fl. Major'* store, Columbia 81.
in Mile
Port Hammonfl Nursery!
\TOW IB THE TIME TO BEND IN
ll your orders, if you want some of
thoso nice fruit or ornamental trees,
shrubs, etc., fiom Ontario. Aa I return
about tbe middle of June to settle up m;
ulTairs there nnd come out this fall wltl_
the stock for my nursery here, and will
select and bring your orders right along
with me for this full and next spring'*
plan I ing, I will satisfy all both as to quality of trees and fruit, and I will bo settled
here In the business so yon will know
where to And me. All communications
after the middle of June may be addressed
to me iu Bowmanville, Ont., or to Carleton
A Harris, Port Hammond.
0. Vf. HENRY,
my22te Port Hammond P. O.
ALBION
MARBLE WORKS
'AUKS N8HKE, Proprietor.
MONUMENTS, HEAD STONES, TOMBS,
TABLETS AND CE0RSE8, FURNITURE MARBLE, tse.
Peraona living utndlatnnoo. by Kendlng
. description of whnt they wlan, can hnve
dpHlgna, prlcoa, etc., furnished on application. All work guaranteed equal to any
on the Pacific (\ntsl, and nt rausonable
rates.   N, 11,—No iigenta employed.
Gordon Street, Victoria, I. C.
New Westminster, Coal Sartor
nt Seattle Boole.
jb- THE BTEAMER
-itallGEL
(J. w. TARTE, Master.)
WILL LEAVE SEATTLE EVERY
Hawtajr Htralag al 3 ••clack, for
New Westminster and Coal Harbor, via
Port Townsend and the Islands; arrlv-wtat
New Westminster on Tuesday forenoon,
leaves for Coal Harbor about four hours
afterwards; leaves COAL HARBOR fM)
day night for Seattle.
Fare to Seattle M.M
Freight per tmm, 4.M
Special rates to merchants,       aplOtc
1. GEO. IHE
 OP THE—
VIOTOBI4L
Has appointed the Undersigned his
Agent for MewWettMliiter City »i
llfttrkt.
All Orders by Mall or otherwise will be
promptly attended to.
Designs, Samples of Material aud Prices
furnished oa application.
C. R. MONCK.
New Weat., May Slat, IS*.
]nac
B. C. PENITENTIARY.
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED
by tbe undersigned until 12 o'clook
noon on Saturday, Jane 26th, 1886, for
supplying the Penitentiary from Jnly 1st,
1886, to June SOtfa, 1887, with tbe following articles;
1. Coal, Wellington screened.
2. Beef.
3. Bread, white and brown.
4. Salmon, red, fresh and salt.
5. Groceries.
6. Blankets, white, 4-pt., per pair.
7. Leather and findings for shoe shop,
detailed lists of which oan be obtained
on application at the Penitentiary.
Neither tbe lowest or any tender necessarily accepted.
Samples may be seen and blank forma
of tender obtained on application to tlie
accountant at the Penitentiary.
Ko tender will be considered unless
on these blank forma.
Imperial weights and measures required. All articles supplied to be of
tne best quality.
(Signed),
ARTHUR H. McBRIDE,
Warden.
June Sth, 1886. jettd
I. BYRNES,-AUCTIONEER.
Mortgagee's Sale!
FARM AT CHILUWHACK
Wednesday, 23rd Jane, 11 A. M.
I HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED TO
sell by public auction at my Salesroom, Fort and Langley streets, Victoria,
Sec. 425, Group 2,
Containing 166 acres, more or leas,
WITH BUILDINGS AND IMPROVE-
MENTS THEREON,
And known as the property of the late
Alexander Harper.
For further particulars apply to E. M.
Johnwn, GovemmentSt., Victoria, or
G. BYRNES, Auctioneer.
Title, Crown Grant jeStd
F. CRAKE,
PRACTICAL
WATCH MAKER
-AND-
JEWELER,
OOLUMBIA SIIFET.    NEW WESTMIKSTU.
•nmlle (JuUifkUi * ('.'a.
SIGN OF THE BIG WATCH.
•TLATK MANAGER FOB SAVAUK A
LYMAN, MONTREAL
CkreM-Mt«n, Ke**iten, Cki*M>
gratken, Mi *ll Im WMek
repair! i Bptclall*.
Ai     __._._
have lioen Injuml by InoonjMUnt
 rlrcra nun bp mm], equal fo n«*r
repnlml. All wnrk warranted; chartea
mmloraU). Eatlmntea"lven*raio*cbaife.
.WilTTIlM. lUHK, Ml Mkm
Walckta awl Jewelry tttmmt
tm, aay «*J*er fcaaua ta B. r.
I.ADIKS' SOI.Ill IS CARAT OOLD AU-
KRICAN BTEM WINUINO WATCHM,
amirnte timekeeper*, W, uaual price, W6.
defile
NY ONE HAVINO WATCHM which
have 1
i repal..  	
annul. JEWELRY of all klnda made and
Granite Greek I
Prospectors' Manual
filTllC M-MI-lptlM Ml MW *t
(-mite Oreek Md Hi-ill-
kneei CMiiry.
Destined tot the nae of the Emigrant,
Tourlnla, Rportam.n and Gold-airekpnr.
jfjrxojb, ae ots-    .
Fer Mie k-f. E. nilMI -t CO.
New Weatmlnater and Vaneouver. .
 apjjllc  ^_
To Printers!
F0UA1B
—AT A—
BARGAIN
A GUILLOTINE
Paper CUTTER
Thirty-two inch knife, and in goeA
order.
aOTThis maohine will be sold at a
great bargain, as it lias been replaced
by another.
Applyto
D. ROBSON ft OO.
jy2fitc New Westminster.
Granite Creek
iimino!
W.H.BLAKE
DEALER IN
Newspapers,
Periodicals,
Books and Stationery
Fancy Goods,
■talk leeki,r*u leeb, Pen, Ilk
Feiellt, Legal tlmtu, tt.
A good stock on hand, and more
always coming. Subscription* taken
(or all newspapers and magazines.
THE UNDERSIGNED wlalrea to thank
the people of Granite Creek for the
liberal patronage extended to htm dorlOf
tbe paat winter. Having made very large
addttlone to hia atock, and perfected hia
bualnesa connection., he will be much
bettor able to anpply tbelr wu In hi.,
line. A continuance of public patronage
Is, therefore, aollolVed. Square dealing and
low prices.
mnJBIe W. H. BLAKE.
VANCOUVER
-AND-
Stationery
STORE,
Granville, B. I.
T1PMS0MC0
Books,
Stationery,
Fancy Goods,
Newspapers,
Toys, &c.
It will be the aim of the manager of
the Pioneer Book and Stationery Store
to conduct business upon suoh principles
as will secure and retain the confidence
and patronage of the people of
orr ard Inlet.
ArUelas not in stoek will lie (roomed
wltk the utmost despatch
Prlees will be found as low as any.
whan sin In the Province.
lewiMfert m< FerMleali supplied promptly.
VIU ARD UU IKS0IANC1
la FltitCIaiaCompanies.
If yoo want anything in the above
Unco, call ater address the Pioneer Rook
aad Stationery Store.
JAS. Z.HALL.
HANAOKL
Ona-Hls, Bnrrard Ialat. Irish Home Rule.
Lonuon, June 8.—*The' cabinet will
meet ut 2 o'clock this afternoon to consider what action is incumbent upon
tho government as a result of their
■ defeat last night. -Gladstone ruBQ earlier than usual and during the foronoon
he had two hours' conference with
Roaebeny, foreign minister,^ Ninoly-
four Liberals, voted against the home
rulo bill, There is intense excitement
throughout tho wholo country over the
outcome of tho lou» parliamentary
contest. Conservatives and Whigs
everywhere are. making tho day one
bf'jobilee, ringing bells and ainying
"God Save tho Queen." Dispatches
from Ireland state that at Belfast,
Londonderry, Armagh, and other
towns, the loyalists have, beeu stoned
during their parados and demonstrations, but up to a lato hour tins afternoon no cases of fighting or extreme
violence nro reported. The cabinet
at its meeting by a unanimous vote
resolved to appeal to the oountry.
They hold that by resigning they
would only prolong and complicate the
acute dispute which will bo terminated
by a speedy dissolution of parliament.
Gladstone will send n special messenger to the Queen to-night with a letter
recommending that her majesty dissolve parliament as the only means to
secure a stable government. If tlie
Queen dues not exercise her preroga-
, tivo and summon Hartington to form
a new ministry Ghidstono on Thursday will usk the commons to proceed
with the supply bill, and will indicate
the Queen's intention to dissolve parliament at an early dato. Chamberlain has arranged to hold a meeting of
his followers to decide whether they
shall act with the Hartington enmmit-
tee or as an independent political party.
At preseut Chamberlain favors the
latter course. He expresses himself
as confident of being able to retain
his scat for West Birmingham. It is
thought Gladstone will not make a
final statement before dissolution until Mondny next at tlie most. The
Liberal, federation has prepared a
manifesto to the electors ot Clreat
Britain. It adopts home rule as the
Liberal party platfui-m in the coining
election. The Radical dissenters will
organize Radical union headquarters in
Binninghaui. The union's programme
will include a large extension of self
government in England, Scotland.
K Wales, and . Ireland, coupled with
some control by the Imperial parliament. The Most Rev. .lames Donnelly, D. D., Roman Catholic bishop
of Clogher, County Tyrone, Ireland,
and all the priests of his diocese, have
sent an address to Mr. Gladstone^
stating that they cannot consent longer
to be trampled on by the relentless
1 u-.Migemen of Ulster. An eye' wit-
Uc-js describes Parnell upon the floor
of the house uf commons Inst night ns
follows: "He was unusually pale. Ho
commenced, his speech nervously, and
he afterwards'followed the lines of his
manuscript, which had been submitted
to and approved by Mr. Sexton. The
speech forthwith assumed a higher
level, and tho orator became very impressive. Every sentence was formed
with the greatest accuracy to express
certain shades of meaning. Mr. Parr
. null's face flushed with affection and
pride when he exclaimed; 'We cannot
surrender a single Irishman.' The
concluding appeal for pence and prosperity for suffering Iroland was di
Hvered in a chrird of tender and garni-
ine kindness different from his usually
cold and dispassionate tone. A meeting of forty Scotch peers and members of the house of commons was held
to-day. Lord Rosebery presided. A
committee was appointed to propagate
the Irish home rule doctrine iri Scotch
constituencies. Measures wero adopted for the establishment of home rulo
literature and speaker's funds, Glad-
stoiie, after announcing thc dissolution
of parliament, will issue a manifesto to
his Midlothian constituents, which will
serve aa a general appeal to the country. He will visit Midlothian to inaugurate an elaborate campaign. A
conference of Chamberlain's followers
will probably be held on Thursday,
and then a manifesto, will follow. The
Whigs have virtually decided to oppose
Mr Gladatone iti, Midlothian.
Dublin, Juno 8.—There is the wildest enthusiasm among the loyalists in
the north of Ireland over the defeat of
home rule, Rockets were sent up at
Culorame, county of Londonderry, announcing the result of the vote to the
adjacent towns. The news was soon
known throughout Ulster. Ten thousand loyalists paraded nt Lurgau this
morning in honor of the victory. Rioting continues in the Orange districts of
Monghan. At Largan several militiamen have been wounded, some houses
wrecked, and several persons shot,
some dangerously wounded. One
Thomas Gallagher was shot dead.
; Troops liave boen ordered from Armagh
to clear, the streets. Almost all the
constables were injured by stonea or
bricks. The Freeman's Journal, Mr.
Parnell's organ, says: The principle
of home rule is for a moment defeated
but is not killed. The bill has been
lost but the principle of home rule tri
umphs. The 311 affirmative votes cast
laat night for Mr. Gladstone's measure virtually commits parliament to
home rule. Who ahould shy the mat.
ter rests there? The News (ministerial)
says: A dissolution haa beeu rendered
inevitable by last night's vote. I
noil's emphatic declaration that Ireland
would accept Gladstone's bill as a timil
settlement will have a wider influence
with the nation to-day than all the
astute and minute criticisms of Co-
achen.
Bklfast, June 8.—Rioting was renewed hero this- evening. A mob of
Orangemen wrecked a number of
homes of the Catholics, severely in
juring Bume of them. The riot net
was read ahd the police fired upon lhe
mob whioh replied with revolvers.
Many were injured on both aides, but
the polioe filially triumphed.
The absorbing question among people who live in the light of royal fav.or
is how tho Queen's jubilee shall be
celebrated. . Her Majesty completes
her fiftieth ^ent ot tenancy bf the English throne on Juno 20, next year, hor
rnigs 'having been oxceedtd-in lein-lli
only KyRfiry Tif and George HI.
The propoial finding tho most favor at
presont is tft- devote next yeur to holiday exhibitions of every description, all
over the couhtiyi'getting somo inem
ber of the royal family, of courso, to
open each one, in the bolief that by
thii means a great stimulus will bo
given to trade of all sorts.
FMiidenT Cleveland has approved
the bill which requires that the study
of the nature of alcoholic liquors nnd
narcotics, ud th«irefleu. _, ,
sued in the publie1 Uortls'rtf the
trict of Columbia and the territories,
and it Is now a law. The result can
not but lead to thejfrowth o|^ powerful temperance sentiment sjpiong the
young men and women of thotochimtij-
states of the great West, which will
 ■"■* when they
  -b^f^nifiGK SiiiT-fledaeS  £o^^ clienp7' W
i^iytf^Tolsdo Blade, *&'■/■■
Death fo Anarchists.
When the mob of Anarchists shattered the windows of Rosenfeld'a drug
store, at the corner of Center avenue
and Eighteenth street, last Wednesday
night, it became bolder und crushed in
the sash and doors with paving stones
and bars of iron. . Thon it poured into
the cut ranee like a flock of sheep, and
swarmed behind the counters and dis-,
pensary. Bottles of liquor were taken
from the shelves and the contents
drunk out uf hats and sponges. Men
and boys fought like madmen ovor the
spoils. They drank until thoy all became demoniacal in their orgie; and
then, tho liquor having been swallowed
up, they sacked the show cases, demolished the mirrors with stones, and
fell upon tho scores of bottles standing
on the shelves. All those not containing liquors were dashed upon tho floor;
the others wero handed down and the
stoppers pulled out. If the liquids
looked or tnsted like liquor, thoy were
gulped down without further enquiry.
The labels on the bottles were (in-uk
to the ignorant, crazy mob, whieh was
bent on enjoying a gratuitous dobauch.
While in the midst uf their orgie tlie
police swooped down upon the rioters
and sent them fleeing to all parts of
tho neighborhood. Since that time il
has been leared that many of tho rioters have died from the effeots of sucking too lung at tite neck of tho wrong
bottle, and that Scores of others avo
either dying or lyinir grievously ill
from the same cause. It is also said
that many children entered the drug
store whilo the orgie was in progress
and helped themselves to the lozenges
which were kept iu bottles on tho
shelves. A large quantity of tliis medicated candy, contained opium and other
drugs. The little pirates ate the sweets
with avidity, mid are nnw suffering the
consequences. Sutne nre writhing in
paroxysms of pain; '.thors are lying in
a stupor from which they cannot be
aroused. Nearly ull the sufferers are
children of Bohemians and Germans.
"The dose those fallows got iu that
drug store," said the officer who stands
nl the comer of Eighteenth street and
Center avenue, "did more to quell the
disturbance iu this neighborhood thnn
all the other things combined. It looks
as if the wliole ward had been put to
sleep. Down on Seventeenth street,
near Brown, there is an entire family
vomiting and yelling with pain. They
won't, let a physician into the house,
and their friends will uot give their
names nor the uniutier of their houses
Nobody knows to what extent the ward
is afllictcd, for the suflerers are persona
who invariably conceal bucIi matters."
—Chicago Jleraiit.
A Tall-Tosser.
"Stir up that mass of leaves," said
my friend, as we passed a heap, the
droppings from a large livo oak. Wo
had loft the brook, thut hi the higher
level was full, and were now following
tho narrow trail. Inserting my gun-
barrel under the pile, out ran a black
lizard about six inches in length. The
hunter quickly stepped in front of it,
whon the littlo creature, aeuing that it
was surrounded, stopped, raised-Itself
high on its short legB, and bowed its
head several times, turning its eyes inquisitively upun us.
"1 thought I saw one run under the
leaves," said my companion, "and I
want to show you anothor instance of a
peculiar method of protection. This
lizard is blaok because it lives upon tho
rocks, dark onus, in gloomy places, but
down in the valloy you will find thc
same lizard on Bunny roads very much
lighter in hue- in fact, it also ohangcB
its colors. But this ia nothing to what
I hope to show you.- This fellow is ft
tait-tosaor; in other words, hu can in-
Btantly, by a jerk of thu body, whisk
olf ns much of his tail oh ocension requires. You can easily see what a protection this is. An enemy in chase
seizes tho lizard by the tail, nnd the
member is thrown off, and while the
follower is engaged in devouring it the
animal itself is off. This is quite ro-
markable, but there .is more. The
lizard can throw off its' tail at will to
distract the attention of the pursuer.
Nuw, I will make the attack, and ynu
watch the tail while I catch the, body
part."
. The lizard-hunter then- began a series
of movements with the switch that
made the littlo animal, that was now
puffing out its throat in anger or fear
and showing a vivid metallic blue patch
upon tho side, dart about in un undecided way, looking -vainly for a loophole of escape, Finally, when the
lizard was fully aroused, the switch
was brought down just behind it with
extreme violence. A whisk of tlie
blaek body, a gleam or metallic blue,
and the lizard was gone, the hunter
after it, while I stood with eyes rivited
on whnt for n moment I considered a
worm that had escaped from the mouth
of tho reptile. It was the tail, however, leaping up and down upon the
leaves, twisting und .contorting itself
in a vuriety of position** and looking
exactly like a worm that had been disturbed and wns trying to show its displeasure. For fully two mlnutus this
rejected member twisted nnd writhed
and then gradually lost its suemiug
lifu. In the meant iuiu the lizard had
been captured and it wns found that
the tail had been tossed ur cast almost
nt its base or where it joined tho animal.
"You sec the idea,"siiid tho hunter.
"The lizard thought that hu was about
to bu captured and thut harsh measures
wero necessary, so in an instant hu decided to part with his tail, hoping iu
this way to distract our attention from
tho body part, which would "run off-
The tail is jerked off nr tossed by a
quick side motion of the body, and thu
moment it is severed the animal darts
away ao rapidly aud naturally tbu pursuer stopB In oxumine the leaping Mil,
4hat tu a bird might sei-m a W"jrnit.and
with any animal wonld aruuso curiosity
enough to delay,it long enough fur tliu
lizircl to escape.
"This fellow has hnd hard luck,"
continued the speaker, 'holding up the
tail. "Ynu see how much smaller a
part uf the tail is than the rest. Thd
m-nlei ard''more delicate, nnd it tins a
bluish cast quite different from thu
real-. That' moans tliat'the lizard hns
been through this operation before,
and this tail that it has just east b.id
not really attained Its full growth,"
"Then they repri-flufcb them'f" 1
asked.
"Certainly, of else whore would bo
thu benefit? The tall and all the bones
grow again, and will an indefinite number of times. The only drawback is
that it takes time, .perhaps throe-
months or more in the summer. to nt-
tuiu its growth, franetinny* two tails
are reproduced instead uf one, but this
Js unly in rare oases. Iu Asia sumu/d
the geckos are tuil-lnssers, and a gcrflto
lias been seen to throw off its tail and
tlleii, aa if deceived ilsulf, sdizb and
swallow it."—Southern California Cm:
Jtkiladelphiti Times.   .
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder novor varies. A marvel of
purity, strength uml wholesomenoiB, More
economical thnn thu ordinary kinds,and
cannot he sold lu compel! ion with the
ntuiUtudoof low lost, short weight alum
ur phosphate powders. Sold only In enns,
UoVAl.ltAKIXO 1'uWDKlt Co., 100 Well St.,
""   t'York. -3fely
NOTICE.
In Ilie mailer of thc YMntr- ot Edward
Munch, deceased luleslnle,
A Ol, PMIT1KS INDEBTED TO THB
above Estate must pay the amount
or Such liUiObtodnoss forthwith'. All claims
Inst lhe snid Estate must he, forwnrded
oii or before tlie ISMr .Inne, IHHtt, to the nu-
del-signed.,' 0- ,
h A. JtfNNS, Administrator,
1 >utoil loth Mjiy, 1331*. .myl2ml
NOTICE.
Ill lhe mailer or th- Estate or Ji Unlit-
vail, dri-eiiai'd liilcsintc.
ALL PARTIES INDEBTED TO THE
above Estate must pay tlie amount
of such liulcht cdnt'ss forth wiih. All elaims
uguinst thesald Estal.■imisl be forwarded
on or before the Ifcl h .1 nno, I8SU, to (he un-
'Brsigned.
E, A. JENNS, Administrator.
Dated ldtli May, ISStf. myUJnU
NOTIOE.
Ill the unit fer of the IMate of A red
tliilesi.il, drenised Intestate.
A Lt PARTIES INDEBTED TO THE
ahovaEs-.it-> must pay tlie amount of
sueh iinl'-liirilne.*.*; forthwith. All claims
ugninst (lie said Kslnte must he forwarded
on oi-lioioro lhe mil .Inne, 188(1, to thc lill-
uerstgnoui
E. A. JENNS, Administrator.
Dated lOtli May, ISStf. myl'Jml
TAKE NOTICE
rpH.vr MY VOUNC1 STALLION
"SIR STAFFORD"
Will Maud IlioSnasnufrom the lst day
at May tothe .tilth June, in
CHILLIWHACK AND SUMAS
Tortus, S7..-JI), 810 and 816.
D. W. MILLER.
Simtii-i.R. r., March 0,188(1.       mliioto
The Noniiiiii l'erelit;ron Stallion
"PRINCE JUNIOR"
Mill stand far service tlnrlng Ihe
-toitMin <>r Issti Mi-Ut.HUble,
Killing and Onttet Mr.  J J J
TI-.KMS.-To Insure,520, to bo paid Ut
Mnreh, !S.s7; Sen sun. j?].*"-, in he pnldntcloRO
ol M-asun; :.ii*t'le servlc-!, *;li). Vurtli-siMs-
pofeinffof their in fires before 'jaling must
jiay full Insurance whether!-' foal or not.
All aeeldeiits I" mares at lhe risk uf Iheir
owners. I'lii-Mes sending tlu-lr mares from
a distance will M allowed ouo-lialf of tho
uxneimv. ■ fnsturngc free, "season Us extend mill Unly UH.fi.    ,.   . .
I'ltlNt'K .JUNIOR Ih a dapple groy, 17
liaiel.s hiiih.aml -velgh ■ lt*nt) lbs., and look
thsi pri/.e nt Ilie 1'ruvinclal Exhibition,
New Weslmln.-Jter.ln 1885! Pedigree can
bo seen at residence of undersigned, or at
Custom liouso, Victoria.
ap7tc WM. CHADSEY.
To Horse Breeders 1
rilllE aKNl-lUL-l'UIU'QSE STALLION
"YOUNG TUPPER"
Will make the Reason of 1880, week about,
helween Chllllwhiiek Landing and Langley, Eraser Rivor,
"young Tupper" Is rising fi yearn old,
weighs 1660 lhs., iron gray color; Is a sure
fnal getter; stands hi hands:: inches high;
of excellent notion and gentlodlsposltion,
liis sire and dam wero Imported from
Oregon: sire, a Cleveland buy; dam, Norman stuck.
Terms for Season 820
111 ..;■-:.].* ■-  DO
single sorvico 10
iMFKoiiM'n will begin lst May and end
1st August,
GEuEltiH A. COUOH1LL,
Owner.
Nieola, Marcli 2-lrd, 1880. mh2T
CHEW
JACKSON'S
BUST
Navy Tobacco.
Vfe call the. attention of consumers lo
tlie superiorchewing qualities of this most
excellent Tobacco. Samples will be Rent
f^eo by applying to L. A K. WKKTIIEIiH-
EM, Mm anil '.lee trout HIkcI, Ban Fran-
elseo, Cnl., Sole Agent* for Pacific Coast.
The goodi are for Bale by all tlie principal Jobbers iu British Columbia.
am
T. N. HlBBEN & CO.
AND GENERAL DEALERS IN THE
many varieties of stock indirectly
connected with tho above.
Having Html led tho best marlcelsfor the
past quarter of a century, economy III
purchasing hns beon attained by importing In quantities direct from tite publishers and manufacturers, and no pains is
■pared to keep a full and welt-selected
stock.
Old Masonic Building, Goverment St.
VICTORIA, B. C.
■Mr The following Now Books Just received: <*Miiadlan Plrlnrrs, hy Marquis
•f Lomei Treasury ef Songf draw's Uu-
rivalled Family Atlas. oc2»tc
ROYAL COLUMBIAN
HOSPITAL!
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Board of Directors, ikhmhuo*
W. N. BOLE. President,
J. W. HAUVEV, Vice-President.
W. II. KKAKY.Kee.-Treas.,
MMUU. JAS. CUNNINGHAM!
G.E, CORBOULD,
C. M. McNAUHHTEN;
H. ELLIOTT.
GKNTi.KMEX.--In presenting our report
for ltWS, wo beg to state that It becoiuosa
iiwesslty that provision should bo made
for greater accommodation and moro
funds, If tiie Institution is to keep pace
with the growing requirements.
TheNteward lias performed ills duties
acceptably '•» the Directors, and the Hos-
Sltal has been kopt lu as ellicientcon-
ltlon as the premises admit,
Tho Surgeon has been attentive In his
dutiesandreports a largo Increase lu the
number of in-door and out-door patients.
The Directors notico that patients from
all parts of tho province seek adniilliuiee
at this institution, notwithstanding that
similar institutions are located in nt least
four otlior parts ofthe province; nnd as to
the nationalities of thc patients, the registry shows tliat citizens from all parts of
tlio world have lieen admitted.
A great number of Improvements have
been made during the yoar, A house lias
boen hullt for thu Steward, by which the
up-stalr rooms uf (lie Hospital are used as
fever wards. Tho foundations of the
buildings havo boon thoroughly overhauled and repaired; the two large wards
have beou wainseolted and are filled with
patients, .in fact the Hospital lias been
crowded through the wholo year.
A drain lothe river is imperatively necessary, also wash and (frying house,
woodsned, Ac. These Improvements must
bo managed the coming year.
The Hoard desire to thank Holy Trialty
Church congregation. Choral Union, and
Port Moody Literary Society for amounts
received from them, and tho following
ladies and gontlemen for old clothes,
linen, quilts,cushions, books, papers and
fieHodicalH* Mcsdnmcs Townsend, Plck-
nson, Bentley, D. Honnessey, ,1.Cunning-
ham, Wintemute, Bonson, Cummings,
Sutor, Bukcr, MvNniighicn, O. Hobsun, M.
Thain, 8. Cawley, Society of Little Helpers, Moodyville, the members of the Baptist congrcfratlo'n, Not? Westminster, and
toMesars. 1. B. Flshor, W. J. Armstrong,
S. Trapp, Z.S. Hall, and W. 11, Keary.
Annexed find Surgeon's and Treasurer's
report und statement.
Vf. H. KEAIIV,
Hon. Secretary.
(LIMITED)
(LATE DEBECK BROS. & CO.)
Hills mid oiilri- nt Siiimorlnn, one
inlli' Irani New Noslmlnsli'r.
Hniiiili Lumber Yard al Vancouver,
Rough (Uid Dressed
Rovai. Columbian Hoi-pitai,,
Nkw Wkstminstkh,
Win April, 188(1.
To the Member* of the Xoarti of Director*.'
Gentlemen.—I have the honor to mnke
Ihe following report on the Royal Columbian Hospital for tliu yonr ending .".1st
March, HM:
Num ber of Indoor Patients 76
1 Outdoor     "      m
"    n-iuuluinguilder treat ment.-j)
"    died 7
Causes ok Dkatk of the skvkx who
DlKDi-Old Ago. lj Softening of Hraln. I;
Aneurism,1; Hallway Accident,!; Paralysis. 1; Uencrul Debility, lj Chronic Alcoholism, I; total, 7. ■'
I have to thank you for carrying out tlie
suggestions lu iny last year's report. Tlie
wards np-stulrs havo been found very useful, and with a little repair tiiey would he
all We could wish for. The Steward's
house Is quite comfortable and is well
worth the out Iny both to lhe Hospital and
lo the Steward and his family.
The walnscottlng of the wnrds downstairs Is aKreat Improvement.
Again 1 liave groat pleasure in thanking
a number of friends of the Hospllnl fur
presents of clolheg, old linen, pictures,
nooks, papers, Ac, Ac. I have also to
thank tne Steward, Mr. Charles Dlghy,
for his constant attontlon to tlie cleanliness of the building and his watchful care
nf Mieslekand his promptness In carrying out all my directions,
I am sorrv that you have uot. heen aide
to undertake the construction of a thorough system of drainage about and from
the Hospital; but I believo it Is your Intention to do so as soon as possible, /. e.,
when mi melon I funds arc in hand.
lam yours faithfully,
R. J. DENTLBY, M. 11.,
Surgeon.
Dominion   Lands in
British Columbia.
NOTICE Ifl HEREBY OIVEN HY Direction of thc Honorable tho Minister of the Interior that the operation of
the provisions of (lie Homestcadlng
clauses, numbered ll to 2t Inclusive, of
the Itegulallons fnr the disposal of Dominion Lands wllh In tlie Hallway Hell In
tills Province, has heen extended hy Order
In Ooupol) so as to make llieso clauses
applicable to lands.tell led upon uulll lst
.luly.HW.      JOSEPH W TRUTCH,
Dominion iiovi, Agent,
Vicioria, II. C., Mth May, '8(1.     iSUmylm
Sittings ofthe County Court
of Cariboo
WILL RE HOLDEN AT THE UNDER-
mentioned places and times, viz:—
At LILLOOET On 4th Juno noxt.
At CLINTON On 17th Jnno noxt.
At SODA OREEK On *Wlh Juno next.
At (IITEBNKM'EMTH, Ou ,1rd July next,
Al UICHFIEL1) Ou Silt Jnly next.
Ily Command,
JOHN   ROBSON,
niyUfl 1-rovlnclul Secretary.
Euucatiwj 1U-.a-n--.-ii OF"
l-H.OVtNCIAl.SKC-lti:TAUV'.SDt;]*Am'.MKNT,
May 2tit.li, l&sti. '
VTOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
ll the Annual Examination of Candidates fnr Certificates of Qniillflcatlnn to
teach In the Publie Schools of tlio Provinco will be held In the Legislative Assembly Hall, Victoria,'commencing at
10 A. H. ON MONDAY, Eth JULY.
Intending Candidates  are   leoulrcd to
notify tills deparliiient ain-'. fun-Fuli -jvhu-
m on foi 3 ■<■ i. ii in .(line -i5t li.
Applicants f..r Renewal uf Cerllllcates
are hereby notified to comply wllh subsection K of seel lon -11 of the "Public
School Acl, 18S5." S.U. l'OPK,
Jeiild     Superintendent pf Education.
Pkovisciai,
HIS HONOUR
flovernor has
point the follOWllltj
turnlngO/tleeisfor
set opposite their ri
H.W.H.Oomhe.Eli
Thnnilunl-Vll,
M.liray,
J.J. Austin,
Henry Fry,
G. F. Drabble,
Charles Warwick,
JoslasC. Hughes,
William iiudd,
Frederlek Soues,
John Howron,
A. \\r. Vowell,
Walter Anderson,
3ECIU3TAKY'S OI-T1CE,
Bl*d Juue, is-iil.
THE  l.IEUTENANT-
3 been pleased  to ap-
• Gentlemen to be Robe Electoral nislrlcts
peeth-e names, via..*—
t.lHsl.ofVlclorlaClty
Victoria.
" Nnnnlmo.
" Esi|iilmalt.
" Cowlrhun.
" Comox.
11 New Wcst-
minslcrCity
" Now West
minster.
" Yale.
" Lillooet.
" Cariboo,
u Kootonay.
" Cassiar.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
Assessment Tax and Provincial
Revenue Tax.
NEW WESTMINSTER CITY AND
DISTRICT.
XrOTHJE IS HEREBY GIVEN, IN AC-
1> eoi-dauco With the Stalules.that Provincial Revenue Tax nml all Taxes levied
under the Assessment Acts are now due
for the year ISSrt, and payable at myolHce:
Assi'.-iied Tax'-s, If paid on or hefore tin.
:«lth Juue, ISstl, are enlleetlblo at the following rates, viz
iaOf 1 perceuf.
Gcents perm-re
K.of 1 percent
>Aot I per cunt.
If paid afier June With, 1S8<I:~- '
Hut 1 percent, on Real Proporty.
Q cents per acre on Wild Lnnd.
U "t 1 por eent. nn Personal Property.
%ot 1 per cant, on Income.
C. WARWICK',
Assessor and Collector.
May 20lllt ISM. myltttc
i Real Froporty,
i Wild Land.
n Personal Properly.
i income.
ITOTIOB.
$1000 REWARD!
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
that a Reward of gl.UtHl will bo given
hy (he Provincial Government for such
Information as shall lead to the apprehension and Conviction of Ihe persons
concerned In lhe robbery of tite British
Columbia Express Company's Stage, on
Cariboo Road, on Saturdav, Atl] June, 18*"'
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Soo.
Provincial Secretary's Otlice,
5th Juno, iim.
LL. R.1   CLEMENT F. CORNWJ
CANADA1.  .
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COL
BU.
VICTORIA, by the Graoo of Gohr thn
United Kingdom of Groat BrL ___
Ireland, a*OKBN,,Defender oftl'nith
Ac., Ac., ic. ntl.— '
A PROCLAMATION-,
Another $1,000
Lota 4 unci 5, UlfrokO, Lotliaotiartletu,
TimNKH4.G'M.
ap24to r
Shiiitfles
Shakes.
I-atlis.
iplckets.
SALMON BOIES
Doors.
Windows.
Bllnits.
Moiildlngii.
Brackets.
Balnsfci'N.
And cverytlilug in the Wood Line required for building purpoies.
II. L. DkBKCK,
inhRtc Manager.
TREASURER'S REPORT.
In presenting tlioaccniinls for the past
year, (he Treasurer begs to call attention
to thu fact that Hie outlay lius been rigidly
scrutinized, In which ho lias been grei-"-■
assisted l.y ilie Ktewanl, Mr. Digby. E
tlieredceins littlo prospect of any reduction of expenditure and, therefore, the
help of the government and the public
must ho Increased If the efficiency of tho
Inst K ui ion Ih to ho maintained.
W. JL KEARY,
Hon. Treasurer.
Thk Tit has fit I-it m Account with tub
Royal COLUMIUAN  IlOHl'ITAI,.
April Ist,18HMo!dsi March, 188(1.
To Cash, balance on hand *- l!M 4'2
" Grant from Provincial Qov-l... I,-'-"" mi
" Grant from City Council  i*i IM)
"  Collootlims, Ac, Holy Trinity
Church  MOO
"  Choral Union Concert  4fr 0b
"  Port Moody 1-ltornry Society... :» 00
" Canlifrnin paying patleuls  401 00
" SuhKcrlptlniiN  10 00
?V»ll! 17
To Balance ,* 2ft) 112
.• ("sli pMSalailcs	
"      Waslihig...
(t      Bread	
"      Milk	
«' VcK.-tahlr,
llnlnnre,
Kii       	
toihi.. ... .,;.-■,.
Fiirnllnre	
Groceries «■...
Hoof	
Fuel	
Funerals	
luauranco	
Audit	
Ilcddlnj* ....
Nnrslug	
Printing A siuiifiiiory
Drugs A Hiu-gtcnl Aj»-
nllances	
Moillcal i.'oinforU..	
Sundries	
siiMi-iii-i* Iiicurable...
lluilillng Fever Waid
Clothing . .„	
Repair*- to Buildings..
;,|.-.iii.-n
V»'»TI
nn -v.
711101
TJ4I
•2111
01 71
160 '2*
TM iMI
77S ::j
y,2 it
08,00
30 00
10 Ul
la) ii I
'-"■IiO
(1110
22.1 IU
:tl I.-J
■.-11 INI
.»■> (HI
ain?
07 18
f.Vil2 4",
Vf. H. KEARY,
Certldcd conccl. Troanurer.
A.SMITHER,
nizl Auditor.
NOTICE.
ALL PERHONH arc hereby warned
A ngalnst purchasing, leasing,or olher-
wliie holnt deceived by nny ponum attempting lo lay claim to tho Houtbwest
auurter of Section !fl), Township 20, Now
WeHttolnHter OUirlct, other than myself.
H. RAMBAY.
Chilliwhack, Mny 4th, 1880,      Hmy2m
[L.S.f CLEMENT F.CORNWALL
VICTORIA, by the Grnco of God, of tlio
United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland,Qcebn,Defender ofthe Faith,
Ac, -ftc., day.
To Ibe Returning Ollicer of tho Electoral
District of New Westminster City.
WHEREAS His Honour tlio Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia
has, by a Proclamationboaring date tlie
ard day of Juno, ISrtfl, boon pleased to do-
nolvo the Legislative Assembly of the
snhl Province: nnd whereas It is necessary
to hold Elections throughout the said
Province to till tho vacancies eatued by
dissolution. We command you Hint, notice of the timo and place of Election being duly given, you do cause (Election to
bo mode according to law, of Ouo Member
to Borve In .the Legislative Assembly of
tho Province of British Columbia, for tho
Electoral District of Now Westminster
City, nnd thnt you do cause the nomination of Candidates at such election to bo
held on tho 23rd day of June, 188(1, and do
causo the name of such Member, whon so
elected, whether he be present or absent,
to ho oertilled lo Our Supremo Court, at
the CHy of Victoria, ou or before the lst
day of September next, tbe Klectlon so
mado distinctly and openly under Our
Soul duly endorsed upon tills Our Writ.
In Tosthnony Wliorcof, Wo have caused
thoso Our Letters to ho made Patent
^Yn«TAVI^Ul^^i"V.",l', -■■,•. ■*■•<• -»»■■ i-roi under the Great Keal of Our said Prov-
Vt _,,. ,i ,' "",1' """V1'1',1* iu Our Oity Inceof British Columbia: Witness tho
T1H.-1 1 ' ' I". 0lir ?llla. lr,»vinoc, thiH Hoiiorahle Clement F. Cornwall, at Our
it\i.i1 *V«i M;„,n,,,i,"iti,»e.-Jri'**r of 0»r' Govornmont Houso, nt Victoria, the Urd
nloMv-uiv ,l?x\sluuI "V1* h"ndred and day of June, In the yoar of Our Lord
?1W.M\ nnd '" "l0 Jorty-nlnth year', one thousund eight hundred nnd eighty-
Al,K\. E. B. DAvrK.lTITHEREji we
AltorneyrGonoial. j VV nredoBiiUnd
resolved, as soon nx. may be, to ml our
people nfOur Province of British \lim.
bia, and to liavo their ndvice In oL--.
islalure, Wo do mako known Our ','viii
Will and Pleasure to call a new Ltin.
tivo Assembly ofOhrsidd Province\.l(i
do further.declare that, by tho advlnf
Our Executive Counell of British Cd,
bin, Wo have this day given ord'ort
Issuing Onr Writs In due form, for 1
Ing a new Legislative Assembly for
Bald Province, whieh Wills are to8r.
date on Iho Third day of June,, insta
and to be returnable  on or beforo t
First day of September noxt. \
In Testimony "Wu kiikok, Wo have^cun
ed those Our Letters to ho mndo paten
and the Public Meal of the said Provind
to bo hereunto alllxed: WlTNKSfi, Th
Honourable Ci.kjiknt F. Cohnwai-u
Lleutonanl-Governor of Our said  Prot
Mil Clotlii
of Our Itclgn, 	
By Command.
JAMES C.PREVOST.    '
Registrar of the Supreme Court.
 HHB
[L.S.]   CLEMENT F.CORNWALU
CANADA.' '
, PROVINCE OI> BRITISH COLUMBIA.
VICTORIA, hy tho Oraco of God, of ttv
United Kingdom of Great Britain art
Ireland.Quebn,Defender ofthe Faith
Ae.,Ae„Ac
Toall lowhrtm 1 hesePresents b-liallcnne.
GUKKTIN'I. .   .
A PROCLAMATION.
Registrar of tho Suproino Court.
P..E. IKVINQ, >*HtHEREAS:i
Dop. Attorney-General. ( fI, is unnooo-
sarv lo coulluuo tlie Polling Placo t
Boyd and Kllgnur's, In tho Electotl
Dlstrlel of New Wesliiilnsler*'and'whet-
as it is advisable to appoint a Pol lie
Placo at tho Town Hall, Richmond, in tf
said Kleetoral Histrlel:
NOW KNOW YE. Hint by virtue of tb
authority contained in the "Election Re-
ulntlon Act,1S71,"and the "(iualineatlo
and Registration of Voters Act-1870," nnl
amending Acts, nud of all oilier powen
and authorities In tbat behalf enabllu,,
the Lieutenant-Governor In Council d-
clures, and it is hurt-by declared, lhat lb
Polling Place at Boyd and Kllgour's, li
thc snid Electornl D|«trlot, shnll be ill**
(■(iiiilmied, nnd further, thnt nn addltloi-
ul I'ollin-.v  Plnco in tbe  suld Elector!
District slnill be appointed and establish
ednt the Town Hall, Richmond,  In tit
said Electoral District.!
In Testimony Whkukok. We havo onii*
ed these Our Lc tiers lo be made Patepl
and th'oGrcfit Seal ofthe said Provlnci
to   be   hereunto ulllxed: WrrNi*, tin
Honourable   Ci.kmkxt   F'. CoitNWAi.it
Llculenanl-Goveriior of Our said   Pro
vlnee of British Coiumbin, tn Our Cilj
of Vicioria, In Our snid Province, thit
Third day of.Tune, In Iho year of Our
Lord One thousand eight hnndred and I
oighty-Rlx.and In the forty-ninth yeail
■ of Our Reign. ,   ■
By Coimiiand. V
JNO. ROBSON, I
j- Provincial Secretary,
C* 8.]   CLEMENT F. CORNWALL.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
VICTORIA, by Hi« Grace of God, ofthe
United Kingdom of <:>■<-■ ?>1,J"*'1"""
Ireland u-».*-••■ iierender of the Fnith,
&t*,x,i., So.
To Our faithful tile Members elected to
, servo in tho  Legislature Assembly of
Our Province of British Columbia, and
to' all whom It muy   concern,—0itbkt-
INO.
A PROCLAMATION.
Alex. E. B. Davik, \ \\f HEREAS Wo
Attomen-Qeiiciai,j VV havethoughtilt,
by nnd with tho advice and consent of
Our Executive Council of Our Province of
Britisli Columbia, to dessolve the present
legislative Assembly of Onrsald Province,
wliich stands*prorogued uulll the Ninth
day of tho montli of August next.
NOW KNOW YE, thnt Wo do, for this
ond, publish this Our Royal Proclamation, and do horoby dessolve the Legislative Assembly accordingly, and the Members thereof are  discharged   froin their
mooting   and   attendance on    the said
Ninth day of August next.
In Testimony Wiikukok. Wo have caused these Our Letters Io be made Patent
nnd the Great Seal of British Columbia
to  bo hereunto alllxed:   Witnkss, tlie
honourable   Ci-kmi'nt F.   i'ounwaij,,
Lieutenant-Governor of Our said  Provinco of British Columbia, In Onr Oily
of Victoria, in Our said Province, this
Thiol day of June, In the year of Our
Iiord One thousand eight hundred and
clghly-slx,und in Iho forty-ninth year
of Our Reign.
By Command.
JAMES C. PREVOST,
Registrar of the Supreme Court,
WHITE
THE CLOTHIER,
Has Just Received
OVER 300 MEN'S SUITS
A Large Quantity of
Boys' and Youth's
Clothing!
7 Cases of American
FELT    HATS
Also, a full Hue of
GENTS'FURNISHING GOODS
—HE NOW HAS—
Tiio Bent Amortnieiit In tbe abovo
line over exhibited In New
Weatmlniter.
LATEST   STYLES
At LowtiHt Foaaitile Prices (or Uuirli
<!hII Karly   .nil   M*k«  Vour (hrlccllun.
Oolumiia Street Op.. B»«k of B. C.
D.
'
Importer and Dealer in
Fiilf Grows!
PROVISIONS.
Imported in quantity,
First-Class in quality,
Sold at Bottom Prices
PROCLAMATION.
In addition to the abovo, ilio llrltlsh
Columbia l')xi>i(-j*i-iCi>iii-*iiiiy (limited)will
pay a Rewind or *?1000 on tlie name ternm
nmi onndltions,
Poi' H. C. Express Co., Ld,
FRANK S. 11ARNARD.
Jelllf Manager,
NOTIOE.
TO ARCHITECTS!
THE HON. THE CH1KP COMMIS-
sJoner o( Lnnds uml Worku herehv
InvlteH Arelillccls, who are residont« of
RrltMi C'lliimliln.to Milmill i'lnns and
H|H'eIllciitbm>. for llic eoiiNlrui-Hon of I,nw
Court 1,10 bo prcotod upon the old uttoi
Kile, In the City of Victoria.
Tlio cosl of llic litilbliugciuii|)k*le, inclu-
dlllKlill cliaixes.nilist not exi-eeil f-^.iHm.
Tliere will lie roqiurodfln addition lo
other n-qul-iil \i, Mie following mom--, vl/:
A Supreme Court Room, Itei*lm,rnr'-| Ofllce nml Vnull, Fivo Chambcra for the
.Indues, Hiirilwlers' Room, Crown Counsel's
Roiun.Oriind .lury llnmn,Tw<- Petit JUry
Rooms,Two WMiichh Rooms, MesseuKor's
Rodiii, Law l.iln-urv, nud n l'rlKouor's
Ronm, LnvatoriOS, Closets, Ac,
There will also bo required a County
Court Room, Reulstrar'H OHlco mid Vault,
a.Iury Room, Witnesses Room, Slierlirs
Olliee, and nn ollice for tlie Superintendent of Police, Closets, ftc.
The moms inunt be conveniently ar*
ranged with reganl to 11mlj- respeotive
uses, und am pic provision mado for light-
lu-j, lioal lug nud ventllnl ion.
Plana artu specifications must baaigiiod
willi iv noHl tie illume nnd accompanied bv
a Kciilud letter containing tlie true name
tindndilresKof the An-hitect.
The Architect ofthe design wliich may
under his supervision, or ho will bo paid
five hundred dollurs (ftfOfl) withoutsupcr-
intonilence, iih may be ngrccil upon or
decided by the Oovornnient.
Tlio Archltocl whosu design Ih deemed
nesMn ordcrof merit will be paid Ibe sum
of 9100,   Rejected dcKlgnswIil bcrelumod,
Tho i'lnns will bo i-jicucd for eoimidcrn-
tlouun the :tOth .luno.
Vf. B. MORE,
Hurvr-yor-noiternl.
I,;inilsnii(| Works Dcpnrtinent,
Viotoria, H-C. 1st .111110,188(1.
 Jell id	
NOTICE
TH HERERY OIVKN that application
I will be made lothe Leglslutlvo Assembly of tlio Prnviin'i! of llrltlsh Columbla-
nt the next session thereof, for nu Aot to
Incorporate 11 company fortho purpose of
constructing, managing and maintaining
Water Works nt the terminal point, of tha
Canadian Pacific UallwnyonCiial Harbor
and English ltny, and for tlio purposes
tliercof granting to Ibo snid oompany tho
privilege of Inking water from Capllano
greek, Hurnaby tnko or otlior switiiblo
piiluts.wltli (inwor to the said company
to build lliilHi's,in]UeiltietH,tnyplpeH,erect
dams, ori|iilrc lands, and do all ollior acts
and things necessary fur tlio purposes
aforesaid. _.        ,
EnERTH ft TAYLOR.
Solloltors far Appllenntn.
Haled Scptcmbcr,10lh, 188Ti, ileflle
Kleetoral IHstrlet of Now Westminster, To WH:
P1TBUC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
lo the Eleetors of tlie Dlslrlct.of New
Westminster, Unit In olieillenco to Her
Maicsiy's Writ to nn* directed, nnd boar*
Inirdiite tiieltrd dny of ,Iunc,tu tlio yonr
of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred
nnd olghty-slx, I rci-ulre tho presencoof
theanld KloctorsntPunoh's Hotol,Rrown-
vlllcon thc*_'8rd day of Juno,at J'j o'clock
noon, fur Iho purpose of Electing three
persons to represenl ihem lu the togisla-
itire of HilH I'rovhioi'.
Thc mode uf noiulmitltiuof Candidates
shall be as follows:
The Candidates shall be nominated in
writing,the writing shnll be subscribed by
two registered voter*.of the District as proposer and -seconder, and by three other
registered voters of tlie said District as
usHi-nling to tlie nomination, audi-hull be
delivered tothe Returning Officer nt nny
time between the ditto of the Proclamation nnd 1 p,m, of the tiny of nomination,
and In the event of a poll being noiv.ssary
snch poll will be open on the 7th day of
July, I WS, nt
Matsqui, Riverside.
Punch's Hotel, semiahmoo Rond.
Town Hall, Richmond.
Town Hail, Surrey.
Court House, ilurrnrd Inlet,
Mr. Hunt'.*! House, Hull's Prnirie.
Moodyvillo.
Aggaslz's Landing.
Mr. York's House, Upper Sumns.
Alder Grove, short reed's.
School House, Humus.
"        "     Langley.
" "      Maple Ridgo.
'   "       "     Trenant.
OoiitrorilloSclioolliouse.Chllllwiiuck.
School House, Hurt oh Prnlrlo.'
i    *'        "     Lohnuui's Landing.
",       "     Clover Valloy.
■   "        "     Port. Moody.
Of which every person islicretiy required
to take nol lee nntl govern himsolf accordingly.
Given under mv hund nt Vancouver tho
TIP day of June, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-six.
-I. C. HUGHES.
Jeutd Rolnrnlng Oflicer.
[U S.]   CLEMENT F. CORNWALT-.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
VICTORIA, by tlio Grace of God, of the
United Kingdom of Groat Britain and
Ireland, Quken, Defender of the Faith,
ftc, ftc., ftc.
To all to whom these Presents sliull como.
GltKKTING,
A PROCLAMATION.
P. JB IltVINQ, I "\17 HEREAS a
Hop, Attorney-General, f VV Writ fortho
Klectlon of u Member ofthe Legislative
Assembly for llio Eloelorat District of
Kootonay Is about lo be Issued;
And whereas Itls expedient thnt the
plnoo-for the nomination of Candidates
In the said Electoral District should beat
Donald, In tho said Kleetoral District;
And wiiercti-* Di Ilie "I'Ueetlon Regulation Act, lK7I,*t tlio Governor In Council
Is em powered, from lime to time, to appoint, by Proclamation, tho place for Uio
nomination of Cnndldnles In each Electoral Dlstrlet!
NOW KNOW YE.tlintin pursuance of
tlie powers contained in the snid Act, and
of  ull other powers  and authorities In
tlint behalf enabling, the   Lieutenant-
Governor In Council appoints and declares, and It Is hereby appointed and dn-
cluroi], thalDoiiiild sliull be tiie place for
thc nomlnntlon of Candidates for election
to the t-eglslnltve Assembly lu tlie Electoral District of Kootonay,
In Testimony Whehkof, Wo havo onus*
od these Out Letters to lie made Patent,
und the Great Sonl of thesald Province
to he hereunto affixed: Wita-rss, tho
Honouniblo Clement  F. Coiinwau.,
Lieutenant-Governor of Our said Provlncoof British Columbia, In Our City
of Victoria, In Our said Province, this
Third day of Juno, In the yenr of Our
Lord One thousand eight hundred and
eighty-six, and In the forty-ninth year
of Our Reign.
By Command.
JNO. ROBSON.
Provincial Secretary
[I* S.J   OLEMENT F. CORNWALL.    .
CANADA.,
PROVINCE OF URITISH COLUMBIA.
VICTORIA, by tlio Grnco of Ond,of the
United Kingdom of Ureal Britain and
In'lund.QvrKN, Defender of the Faith,
ftc, fto.
A PROCLAMATION.
Alex. K. R. "Davik. "l TTTHEREAS It. Is
Atlorn'-y-Goucriii. i   VV    advlaitblo to
establish the following additional polling
& luces In I ho several and respective Elcc-
irnl Districts herein after named.
NOW KNOW YE, that by virtue of thp
authority cuiitiilneii In tin- "({.uulllleittlon
uns Registration of Voters' Acl, 187(1," the
LIcufentnut-unviTiior in Council declares
ilmi Ihe following nddillonnl polling
places shall lie, nnd they nro hereby, established for the several Electoral District*
the mimes of which are set opposite sueh
polling places respectively, that Is to
sny—
Polling Places,
School Houso, Soinonos.,   Cowichan.
Burton Prairie Sohool
House	
Moodyvillo	
Surrey Town Hnll	
PI. Moody School Iiouse
Lehman's Landing
School House	
Clover* Valloy School
House	
Aider Grove, Hhorlri-ed's
AgasslJi'sLmnllng	
Ashcroft Hlntion	
shuswnp Pralrlo Post. 0..
Priest's Valldy, Government Office	
COIItllA-H liowcr Nicola
(jriinltfl City, Govern-
Electoral Dist.
KNOW Westm'r.
i'i"lt''City,
ment On-lee
Spallumcheen, ut On-
Wnllneo's	
Yule.
Empire Ranch, west sido t
0/ Fntscr | Lillooot,
Fnrwell 1 ,
Windrrmorc	
KOfiteniiy Ijike'. ...
Guldep City \ Koolenay.
Donald	
Cranbronk.....1	
MdCullough's Crook J
I>imo Creek |
Aberdeen , ii-i„uai„,.
Metlnkntltth    tasiiai.
Nans Rivor I
Alberni    Nnnaimo.
In TiWTiMoNy WHEiiKo^Wehaveoau/ifed
thesi! Our Loiters lo be made Patent, ami
tlie Grout Seal of the snid Provinco to bo
hereuntonlllM-d: Wn-Nrss,the Honourable CLKMKNT F.SCoitNWAI.L, Lleuten-
niib-Govei-nor of our said Province of
llrltlsh Columbia, In Onr said Citv of
Victoria, in Our said Province, this third
duy of June, In (he yearof Our Lord one
thousand eight hundred nml eight-six,
nnd In tho forty-ninth your of Our
Reign. ,    i
ily Command
ami, ROBSON,
Provinoial Secretary
The best Place in the
Oity to buy your
Groceries.
D. McPHADEN,
Deane's Brick Blook,
NKW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
mh4
wm. curr;e.
aSTOTIOB.
COULTER ft CO. HAVING THIS DAY
sold their Drug business to Messrs. D.
S. Curtis ft Co., take tliis opportunity of
thuuklug the publio tor tbelrklnd patronage,
Tito partnership heretofore existing between the undersigned hnving been dissolved by mutual consent, all accounts
due the late firm must he pnid C6T.M.
Armstrong on or beforo thelGlliJunoor
thoy will be placed In the hands of nur
solicitor,
F. H. COULTER.
T. J. ARMSTRONG.
Dated at New WostmiiiHtor,
lGth May, 1880. my'-Htd
NOTIOE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
application will bo mado to tho I-eg-
Islutlvo Assembly of the Provinco of British Columblu, at tiio next session thereof,
for an Act to Incorporate a Company for
tliu inn-pose uf const met Ing, ei-ulpplng
and maintaining, gasworks, and supplying gas to consumers at tlie terminus of
tlio Canadian Paoifio Railway at Coal
Hnrbor und English Buy, New Westmlnsler District, nud of doing nil acts mid
things rofiulsito orconvenlei " " " '
lllg tlio purposes aforesaid.
lent for effect-
ROLAND HETT,
Lnngley St., Vlclorln.
Solicitor for the Applicants,
Dated 16th December, 1885. deii'llc
STOTXOXZ.
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT
application will be made to tho Legislative Assembly of the Province of Drlt-
lili Columbia, nt the next session thereof,
for an act to incorporate a company for
tho purposo of constructing, m.inaglng
and maintaining water works at the terminal point nf tne Cnnndlun Pacific Railway, on Coal Harbor uml Knglish Ray,
and also at Port Moody and tho CHy of
Now Westminster and adjacent places,
and for the purposes thereof granting to
tho said company tlie privilege of taking
wat-ir from tho Coquitlam Hlvor or Lake,
with power to the snid company to build
flumes,aqucuuet*,lay plpos.eroot dams,
acquire lands, and do all other net* and
tlifngs recessary for the purnoics nfore-
said. CORBOULD A McCOLL,
.   Solicitors for Applicants,
. DotedNovemberUlh, 1885. nollto
Hio
. 2STOO?XCE«
OTICE 18 nEREBY GIVEN THAT
Wo intend to make application to
tbo aiilef Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission to purchase KJiii)
six hlindredand fort y acres of land situate
In New Westminster District nnd described as follows:
Coinmeuclug at a post about '20 chains
east of the northeast corner of Lot. 71'2.
tlienee north. 4A ehnins: thenee west, so
chains; thonco south, to chains; theuco
cast, 80 chains to point of commence-
ment ,, .
Commencing ul the northeast corner of
Lot ai'i, Ihenee north, 40 chains; theuce
west, H0 chains) thonee soulh, iti chains;
thenco cast, 40 chains; thenco norlli, 10
ehnins: thonco east,-10 chnins to polntof
coiiiuinneeiiicnt.
MOODYVILLE SAW MILL CO.
R. Sl'lllNQKIt, Manager.
Burrard Inlot, H.C., 10th April,1880, H
17np2m
PACIFIC
COLUMBIA STREET.
New Westminster, B. C.
HAVING PURCHASED tho Black-
smithing business lately earned on
by W. K. Lewis, ami the Paoifio Carriage Works, carried on by Johnstone k
Smith, wc are prepared to manufacture
all kinds of
Farm Wagons,
Carriages,
Phaetons,
Buggies,
Express Wagons,
Drays, Carts,
Stages,
Anil everything in the vehicle line,
on the shortest notice and at reasonable prices.
Wo aiso keep in stook the above
articles, und nil kinds of Wagon
and Onrrirge Material.
Kc-iiiilrlni*, PRlnllni* tt Trim-
mini* done at reasonable prices.
BLACKSMITHINC
In all its brunches. Partners', Loggers', Mill und Contraot Work, and
Horseshoeing undertaken; Agricultural Implements, and everything
in tho blncksmith Hue mado to order.
Wo also keep in stock to supply
the trade,—Iruu, Steel, Cumberland
Coal, Chain, Horso and Ox Shoes,
Steel and Iron Harrow Teeth, Harrows, Springs, Axles, and a complete
stock of Carriage Hardware.
Having secured first-class workmen, wo feel confident of giving satisfaction.
AH material and work leaving
the shop will be guaranteed lirst-
olass. Orders from tho country
promptly uttended to.
nihotc     REID & 0URBIE.

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