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VOLUME
STEW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0„ SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 23, 1887.
NUMBER 95
D'
..WOLF SMITH, M.D.
OFCIOB-Olarkson Mrett, opposite raar
sntrance of Colonial Bot.l.
RESIDENCE-Agnes Bt., opposito us-
Baptlst Churoh.
OVFIOE HOTJBS-10 iu m. lo 12 noon; 3
to S; and Si9D to 8 p. m. dnolOto
y II. MACLEAN, D. A„ M.D.,C.H.
OFFICE! MoRensl. Street, noxt door to
Drill Shed.
RESIDENCE: Agnes Stroot, third houso
Irom Hary stmt,
OFFICE HOCRSl 10 lo 12; 2 to 6| llM to I.
d-delSto	
H
M.OOOPEIl.B. A„M.D„
PHYSICIAN A BURGEON.
OFFICE and REBIDENOE-Chureh St
next door to Farmers* Home), near
Colnmbia St., New Westminster, B.O.
OFFICE H0IIH8--Ito 10a. «a.i 1-tMaad,
Worp.ni. Calls In town an(feonn--
try promptly attended to.        leato
pOEBOIHD A Mel'OLL,
RARRIBTERS,
gOLIOITORB, ETO
Offloe, Moken«leSt«et,NowWas|mlni*sr,
end Vancouver, B. C. JymawM
—I  C. ATKlNSOrt,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Ae.
McKensle Street,
dvrteldto New Westminster, RC.
vw
NORMAN OO-B.
BARRISTBR-AT-IiAW.
UndAsent, Money to loan.
Colnmbia Street,
seitu New Westminster, KO.
n  W. QBANT,
AROHITEOT.
At A. J. Hill's Olliee,
dwleffitb MoKensle St.
c,
H. -LOW,
AROHITEOT.
OFFICE, for the present, at residence on
Clinton Street.
aar Word may bo left at D. Lyal's Bookstore, dwfeatc
f,kVT. PITTENDRIGH,
LAND  AGENT j' ic., 40"
■:..,■■■      .. aiii.-.-!.
Columbia Street,        - h
d-delto Near Crescent, N. W.
m  J. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Oolumbia Slreet New Wastmlnster
All commissions will receive prompt
and careful attention. Best references
given wheu required. mhls-te
W.D.FERRIS,
UUD. SOUSE ud USUI JUT
Bent and Debt Collector.
BlVIRAii 0O0D FARMS FOR SUI.
Ileal Ibr Ike TRAVEUUt'S LIFE aa*
ACCIDENT IXSIUANCE CaHPAHF,
nariram. Can.
OFFIOEl-Ferrl. Street, NeW Westminster, felto
RAND BROS.
R1
BAL BIT AT- BROK-RI,
Co~T.ya_e.ra, C.ll.etor,,
And insurance Agent.,
OBces at VIOTORIA: Fort Street,
NEW WESTMINSTER! Corner
'   MoKensle nnd Clarkson 81s.
VANOOUVER, Cordova Street.
BUILDING LOTS for sale In all sections
of Vanoouver nnd New Westmlnsler Clly.
FARM LANDS of sunerlnr quality for
sale at Ohllllwhnok, port Hammond,
Laniley, Matsqui, Sumns, Mud Day, I.ncl-
ner's Landing, Lulu Islnnd. North Arm
and Pitt River.
Maps and Plana exhibited and the fullest Information furnished stall ouroffloes
feSttto,
-JSTOTICB.
WE HAVE APPLIED TO THE HON.
the Minister of Interiorfornllcense
to cut Tlm ber on the southern MO acres of
an I,lnnd on the east side of Pitt River,
lying party In ench nf the following! Sections of Township III, New Westminster
District, vis: sections 13,11,38 - 24.
i BRUNETTE SAW MILLCO. I,'id.
W.N. DRAPER,
Secretary.
NewWestulnstor,7tll April, 1S87. dnpMnl
nimsill-H
ben
AVING BfcEN   APPOINTED SOLE
Aionts ln thin Province forn num*
rof foiKlIng manufantureri In Canada,
3 nro propRrett to furnish prloei nnd full
pnrtltiulHnt of all kind* of machinery for
Saw Mills, Shingle Mills, Faotorlei.Fouo
dries and Maohine Shops, Including En
Slnos and Boilers, ■Uttloiwy and port-
bit, both now and second-hand; alsoi ,
Rubber Belting,
Leather    "
liUbrloattng Oils,
rKmery Wheels,
maaLm
Ship.' riloek-.
Brushes and Brooms,
RooBns Fell.
Fairbanks' Scales,
Axes and Edge Tools
Hardware,
Harness,
Builders' Supplies,
Show Cases, .,
Gas Machines,
Iron Tools,
.Paints and Oils,.
Sheathing Paper,
Bit's Goods, Ira Plp'g
FRASER * LEONARD,
■•Isaacs BlMk,    •    Carina slreel,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
'■■■•'*rj__tf    -
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
TlOTOliA.
I        -A.Q BUTTS   FOB
North British nnd lertantlle
Insurance Co. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON * CO.,
88 Finsbnry Circus,
London, E. 0.
THE CLARENCE
Corner WtiJs Douglas Strpets,
VICTORIA, k C/
FRANK C. BICHARDt, Jr.   •   ■   •   LESSEE
TOTTRISTS' HEADQUARTERS; Filial*
Class ln every respect   Fully Hip*
Riled wllh all Convenience* of Modern
lotels. New and Elegant ln all its Appointments,  rrlecs Hodcrnle.
This magnificent Hotel Is now open for
the reception of Quests,
BO-No pains will be spared by the man-
S:einent to make this Hotel pleasant and
tmctlvc. docStc
THOS. OVENS,
MANDFAOTURRH OF,
Bn££ies, Carriages,
Blacksmith and Machinist
All Kinds of Machinery, Patent Looks,
Safes, Sewing Machines, Ac., fto.,
Repaired.
BLACKSMITHINC
Iu ail its branches.  Farmers', 1/igRors',
Hill uud Contract Work; Agricultural
Implements, and everything In the
blacksmith line made to order.
Having secured lirst-class workmen, we
feel oonndont of giving satisfaction.
MP Horso*shoe!ng u specialty.
dW'jlySllc]   Columbia St., New wrar.
For I Will Speak.
Whereas on certain boughs and sprays
Mow divers bltds aro heard to sing.
And sundry flowers tlieir heads upraise,
Hall to the opining on of spring,
THE AFORESAID BIRDS MAY NOT
be able lo speak Itt the English Ian*
guage; but If they could, no doubt yon
would have henrd ere this of the splendid
assortment of
BOOTS and SHOES
Just received from tho East.and,whieh
are open to the inspection of the Puhllc,
. We have also on hand a stock of
Rubber Goods.
Which we desire customers for at onco
Also, on band: Bnn Tab Polish* Day A
Martin Blacking, French Dressing, Nn-
blan Waterproof BlarUng, BnbberCe*
Kent, and other articles too numerous to
mention, but which ure generally found
in a Boot nnd Shoo Store.
GEO. H. GRANT * CO.,
Columbia St, New Westminster,
Orders by mnll promptly nttended to.
dwaplto
THE LEADING
BOOTiSHOE
ESTABLISHMENT
—-OP THE—
Mainland of B. C.
Colonial Hotel Block, Colombia 81.
$10,000 STOCK
NOW EN HOyjJiH
THIS HOUSK MAKES ANNUALLY
o great reduction lik prides to make
room for tlio largest ami bint assortmeni
of Boots anil Shoos ever imported into
tliis country, Irom tho principal Home,
of Gorniauy, Francs, Great Britain, tlie
United States and our great Dominion.
500; LINES KEPT ON HAND.
CALL AND SEE MY  STOCK BEFORE YOU PURCHASE.
Boots snd Shoes, from Mo upwards.
felt * libber floods & Vum-Yums
of all kinds.
ladles' i Genii' Slippers for Xmas-
1    the loveliest ewet seen.
81 Llnei of Ladles', Misses' it Child-
ren'i Boots.
i WM. ROSS,
Colonial Hotel ■lock, CoUmbln HI.
dwnoisti*
Something New for B.C.
mWO, SWjENDID ROAD STALLIONS.
1   from ills noted stallion "Almoin,"
will nrrlvo about Jlonday direct from tlio
East. Apply to J. CAMl'IfloLL,
_      Opp. Joo Wise's Livery Stable,
dapTto -    Ml-Westminster.
.i. ■  -.I-*.; i ,
COME AND SEE I
W. H. HOLDEN,
TJAVINO TAKKN P0SSESB1ON OP
11: the "Tomperunce Hotts*-," (.wilting
oil Cotnmblannd Church Hlreetn, opposite
thi Episcopal Church, and now known
as (he
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling publio
at the following rates:
Board per day II00
"     " week  6 00
Single Meals    28
Beds     25
aavGbotl accommodation for Ladle, and
families, myttc
.  Flowers for sale
c. Mcdonough
HAV1NH TAKEN
Lnndbom's Building Front St.
' (Formerly occupied by Kyle A Tllton),
IS  NOW RI.ADY
to servo his customers and evory be dy
with as good a stook as a man wants to
select .rom.
Dry Goods, Groceries. Provisions*
Crockery, diasswnre, Boots, Ae*
Come and soe tho new place, and let us
know whnt yon thlek of It,
dwoot9(c o. Mcdonough.
CHARLES MURRAY,
CLARKSON STREET,
Opp. Registry Offlce, New Wcsl'r.
Inn, Sign ui QnuinUl Faiating.
PAPER HANOIKC, GLAZINQ, KA130MIHIH0, &0.
WALL PAPER.
The largCBt nwjortment of Wall Paper
In tlto City, comprising newest patterns,
always on hnnd nt bottom prices. 8am-
Jiles on view nt T, 11, Pearson A Co.'s
Itore, Columbia at. Paper hMiglnff nt
specially low rules. ttselilto
e7hutohTrs6n,
KIT-ISKRYMAN A DEALER IN
Frail and Ornamtniai Trees
LADNER'S LANOINQ,  B. O.
mHB SUBSCRIBER W1HHKS TO IN-
I form the people of British Columhla
(nnt he has established a Nursery at Lad-
ner's Liunlint;, nml is prepared to fill
all orders for Rrnil Trees, Ornamental
Tr***?, Shrubbery, Vines, Small Fruits,
■io. Treeij' Imported or homo grown according to the wishes of customers. The
subscriber has hnd u thorough practical
training in the business, ami having a
Ficrmunont slake lu the country it Islils
ntcrcst to denl fairly with the public. He
will wait upon the various towns nnd settlements shortly, and all onlcrs will have
his personal attention, -
nul2to E, HUTCHERSON,
THR  INSTANTANEOUS
INK & STAIN
ERASER
Will remove all Ink or Fruit
Stains, Iron Rust, Grease or
Mould, and leave the paper or
fabric perfectly uninjured.
TRY IT.   PRICE, 50c.
B. C. STATIONERY & PRINTING CO.
New Westminster, Vanoouver - Victoria
Uwnoloti*
ESTABLISHED 1850.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
nearly oppoilte tbe Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER
THE LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions ol
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fam-
Hies, Restaurants, and Steamboat! at tha
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
3KTOTIOE3.
Ill the Hniter of (he EsUte «f Itav Id
alls. Intc on pperKninnstdoicnsedt
estate.
ALL PEH90N INDRUTKD TO THB
Estnte of tho late David Wells, must
pay Iho amount of such linletilnessto nio
at New Westminster, ll, C, forthwith.
And all persons having claims against
thosaiil Kstnte must semi the some In,
dnty proved, on or Icfori* Kith Jnno next,
Dated this Ifltti April, A. I)., 18S7.
aplSdmSwl. ' AdmlnlHtrator.
"feTOTICB.
VTOTICE IS HRRKBY OIVEN THAT
N 1 hnvo mutle application to tho Chief
ComtnlsHlonerof Lands nml Works, forn
license to eut nnd curry away timber from
laud on the south side of Mnlnsptne Inlet,
In tho Province of llrltlsh Columbia, described as follows!
Cemmenclnu at a stako set at the enst
ond of said Inlet j thenee forty [ln| ehnins
south; thence in ft noHh-wo^titrly direction six hundred find forty linn] chains;
thence north to waters wlio forty [40]
chains, mure or less; tlienee nlonx water's
edge htiolt lo place of I'ommrnccmcnt}
conlnlnluK one thousniul (101)0) ner«:s,nioro
Orless,
A. A. 1UXTBR.
New West., lit April, lflrff, dnpSml
FOR  SkMi,
THE LEA8E. VJXTUKBM ANDWJtJCIC
of that well-known Variety store
next the Holbrook House, pron! hi reef,
doitlKto
Safe for Sale.
NO. 10 TAYLOR'S SAFE in good
__ order,* 2lx-tJ Inches Inside; will be
sold cheap.  Apply at this offloe. tlwfel2te
A
soli
Shares for Sale.
IflA SHAKES IN" THB  BRUSETTB
1UU Huwiulll C'i , I.lnilteil.
H. L. DeBECK, Jlaimacr.
New West., Mnr. lotli, 1887.       ilmliioic
Land for Sale!
Til A ACRES KIOST-CLASfl PRAIR1K
i*xU Lnmlun Lnln Island, North Arm,
Fraaer Ulvot*. B'or partlchlara npply nt
thisotllcB. dmhioto
FOR   SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN llicI.AiVa-
lcySaw nnd Finning Mill: mill tn
good order. For nnrtlonlni-s npnly'oh Ihe
promises lo H. WEST,
Or, Messrs. DUAKE.JArKKON,
a*jl8lo     '    4 HBI.MCK1.N, Victoria.'
FOR SALE.
it AAA ACRES OP OOOD   FARMING
OUUU  Iianda in the District of New
Westminster.  Will lie sold In Lols to stilt
purchasers.  Terms Easy;
Apply to
ANDREW LEAMY,
ilwnp21ml McKonzie Strci.'
Farm for Sale.
CONSISTINO OF TWO LOTS OF 155
and KIO nercs (which will bu sold together or separately); 8 miles from New
Westminster; first-of hss lnnd; about .fl
ncres ijyl-rgd; balance Prnlrlo mul Hush;
will bo i-nid nt a bttryalti.
Applyto C.G. MAJOR.
dwmhSte    . i New Woshnlnstor.
For Sale or To Let.
L"
to lei
OT 5, BLOCK 0, CITY OF NEW WEST-'
minster, Is hereby udl-reil for salo or
. Jot.
This desirable proporty Is situate on
Richard Stroet, directly opposito the Hoy*
nl City Pinning Mills, There Is it good
i«table and barn upon the Int.
For terms and Dthor.pai'tlaulars, apply
to W. NORMA N  HOLE,
dmli2_iiil        tiolict'.or for Mortgagee.
FOR SALE.
The K. .1 of Section 3, Township 8,
Dlstrlf t of New Westminster.
THIS LAND IS WITHIN A J-J OF A
mtlo of tho Yale Wau_m Road, with a
food Houso and Hnrn Free.ted thereon.
here Is also a small orehardin bearlyp,
with 2t) acres under grass. The timber Is
alder, crab-applcand vlne*mnplc. Terms
easy,  Applyto
dwnp'-lw.1
ANDREW LEAMY,
MeKetulo-sticet.
l^oir SUaJLe!
1 SPAN DARK HAY MARES, 1 nnd li
i. years old; good travellers; worn single
or double.
I Hay Horse,Kvearsold; worksslnglcot
double; nlco Indies'or ffonts' saddle horso;
very gentle.
1 «*scntril RutriQ't -I springs; nearly new.
Mints of Timothy liny oil North Arm,
Fraser river,        •
»ftbb|H.N-.|i8n1mon. ft bntr-lil»l«. Suit
Balmi Brlllci.
Also—One and one-nlnlh Intrrest In
City Wnter l-orupnny,
•  ■  W, J.'FRENCH.
New Wost,, Nov. lllh, 1886..    dwnolSto
For Sale!
700 ASSORTED FRUIT TREES
FROM THE JEWELL NURSERY CO.,
Minu,, consisting of'
gninniet* Apples,
Fall Apples,
Winter Apples,
Cherries,
. Plnms
rears.
Al.to-a nice assortment of Currant nnd
KMpbcrry Hushes, tlrnpc Vines, Ac,
Will bo sold ns a whole, or In lots to. ult,
and on very reasonable terms,
JAMES WISE,
luliHwlldtn Front Hlrect,
B. C. Monuine&tal Works
CHUttCH   STRKKT.
MAUHLR AND GRANITE WORK of
all kinds.   Call and Inspect before
patron I King Islam! capital. I leave my
work lo (•■..t-ak fur itself,  N. Its-No ap-
nrrnlicrs eniploynl.
dwaplltie ALEX. HAMILTON.
ivToarzQB.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
we liave applied to the Minister of
the Interior for n license tn cut timber on
the following described lands, situated In
tho distriot of New Westminster and Province of British Colnmbia;
Tho North-enst -10 acres of Section 3(1,
Township (I), one, In Group One.
Thn North*enst WO acres of Section 81,
Township [7], seven, In Group One.
Tin* South-east lit) acres of and Island situated In seetion II, TownshU' [-10], forty,
lit Group Two.
ROYALCITY PLANING MILT-SCO.
(Limited]
JOHN UEJIHRY, Manager.
New Westminster, TM'., April Wit, 1887,
tlapOml  |
Every Man (o his Own Business
PRACTICAL
GHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(CI'P   COLONIAL HOWL*,
NEW   WKSTMIN8TE1V B, 0.
Phy'loliins' I'rrirrlpllom and Family Ki'diH-t-A Spcclnlty.
N    ll. — Only ll.-irallio Dnig, used.
Over twenty years' experience.    mr2ft
Builn luifish' (Eolttmbism
!*--tur-h.y Uve-llis. April as, 1SBI.
SubUatll observftncfi, ou provided
for liy tlie prdinausss of such cities
us Now York, Philadelphia, and
Newark, lias beeu receiving special
attention of lato. Last Sunday,
more timn one hundred arrests for
violations of tlie exciso law wero
made iu tho metropolis, and many
other open transgressions were summarily stopped by the police. In
tlio City of Brotherly J^ve and the
busy poh'-nmnufiictuiing centre of
New Jersey, the bluo laws- wero
protty faithfully euforood, to tho
great discontent of the foreign population in each community. If our
civic rulers do not grow weary in
well-doing, iind pillow tho hand of
justico to slacken, there is no renson
why the American Sabbaih may not
be preserved to the nation, despite
the modern invasion of Vandals nnd
.Cloths that ovor threatens to destroy
or set nt naught our Christian institutions, including the precious boon
of a clay when all men may rost
from their labors.—N. Y,  Witness.
Tho stite legislature of Massachusetts his pissed a bill giving to
nil women, who unrler tho state law
have tbo right, to vote for school
commissioners, tho' right to vote on
tho liquor question. The principle
underlying this measure is a sound
one, and its adoption, not only in
Massachusetts but in Canada, is expedient. There is a particularly
close CDuuection between the general
welfare of tlie women of any- community and the number of saloons
in it, and the saloon is also so potent for effect upon the homo that
its ovil influence fulls upon womon
through men almost as strongly as
it does ou mun. Tho establishment
of a saloon in any neighborhood
will ufl'ect the womon living in that
neighborhood more than it will the
men, and it is but common fairness
to givo them a direct right to guard
against being incommoded by such
an institution, to put the matter in
its mildest form. It is expedient
thnt women should bo given thnt
power, because lhey have taken up
.tho liquor question, havo studied it
and are qualified to give an opinion
upon it. Why should not a person
who wishes to open a saloon in any
neighborhood be required to get the
signatures of the .women resident in
the .neighborhood? Thoy spend
much more time in the neighborhood tlian their husbands and brothers nnd surely know as well as they
do what tho legitimate needs of the
neighborhood for—saloon—food and
drink aro,— Montreal Witness.
When the inter-state commerce
act was pending it was pointed out
that one ofthe most serious difficulties in tho wny of its satisfactory
enforcement would be the attitude
of the Canadian roads, which would
bo beyond tho control of the act,
and therefore able to compete without restraint fer through traffio between tho west and the seaboard.
The Grand Trunk of Canada has
brought this difficulty home to the
trunk linos by insisting upon terms
which would virtually leave it free
to cou.peto without restraint for the
through traffic, and iu that position
it acts with tho Chicago and Grand
Trunk, wliich has virtually withdrawn from the western traffic association. Thc danger now is that
theso Canada lines, being free to
take through freight at such rates
as they please, will divert a largo
share of tho traffic from the lines
subject to the interstate commerce
act. At the same timo a new step
is noticed in the warfare which
Canada is waging against the interests of the United States, A sudden
and swooping reduction of tolls on
Canadian canals threatens greatly
increased competition for shippers
of this country on the hikes. The
tolls'are substantially abolished as
to shipments through the canals to
points in Canada, but not ns to
shipments lo points in tho United
States, so that tho effect is to offer
a largo bounty for shipments through
Montreal to Europe. In this respect also tho intor-statc commerce
act gives the Canadians a groat
advantage, of which they are not
slow to avail themselves.—N. Y.
Tribune.    ^^^^^^^^^
C. O. Jacobs, Biiffallo, N. Y„ says:
"Br. '1 li'jniii,s' Italootrlc Oil cured htm of
a bail case of piles of 8 years' standing,
having trial almost every known remedy,
'besides* two Builslo I'ltvsioiallB,' without
i-cliefl l-nt the Ull cured lilmi he thinks
It cannot be recommended too highly."
There being imitations on the market of
Dr. Thomas1 Kc-leutrio Oil, customers will
see that they get the genuine,
. . .jjj....^ __
. "Oh, Mr. president, the cashier—
llic Mahler!" stammered the paying
teller ns tho president entered the
bank. " Well, welll" what of tho
CAfllitari'1 n.-koit tlie president, impatiently. " He's gune, and there's uo
cash hore."—New York Suit.
•==
TALK OF SEtEi
..-**■ ■*-
In the Nova Scolln Left-tatare
-Want AdnlsslM to the
United state*
Striking a Weak Fart--nlibiihop
Oorrigan warm tke Cttkolte
Herald.
The »tulln|DI»pa!e...T_«"liaU SB Ike
Fisheries DuesUa-,—-- luall is
l-ranee—- TerrlteCjel.at,   .
Honlrcal's   i'ImmI—DlulUw.arr   Md
II. Kneel la ataau.ka-.rwal As*.
P«l_*-MSts.'-:i;
By .u-sociftieii Press.
WAST SKOSSMOII..
BjtuFix, April 22.—An eioiting
debate tuok plaoe in the Nora Scotia
legislature yeaterday on Ihe scceasion
question. Premier Fielding, In moving a series of resolutions on the questioned thero was nothing noar leftto
do but to make another effort to obtain'
larger tinancial and improved commercial relations from tho Dominion government, Tho premier's speech was
received very coldly, Mr. Fraiier,
familiarly kuuwu aa the apostle ot secession, moved an amendment on secession. Mr. McOoll said Nova Scotia's bust interests were in annexation
to Ihe United Slates. Therefore, he
moved to add to tho prime minister's
resolution that tho government be instructed to keep theexpenditures within the revenue and take steps to secure
the admission of Nova Sootia aaa
state of the American union. Mo
Coil's motion caused a sensation. No
definite action was taken.
THE SE/lLINl. DISPUTE.
Sts Fiunohoo, April 22. —A dispatch roceived here from Washington
by L. N. Handy &■ Son, owners ol ths
schr San Diego, whioh was recently
seined iu Behring Sea for alleged illegal seal fishing, will undoubtedly settle the long-discussed question regarding the rights of vessels to calch
seals in Behring Soo. For many yean
the Alaska Commercial Co. has hired
exclusive privileges from the government to capture seals in the waters
adjacent to tho islands snd mainland
of Alaska. -Gradually the oompany extended its claims until it claimed the
exclusive right to fish in the entire
Behring Sea, which claim was recognized by the government, and any veaael found seal hunting ih those waters
waa seized and confiscated. Handy &
Son claimed that the government had
no jurisdiction over this body of water
beyond three miles from shore, whioh
Is one of the international laws that all
nations are bound to report. The
inatter has been constantly agitated in
Washington sinco the time of Grant's
first presidential term, but up to the
present time no relief has been afforded. Recenily Mr. Bandy brought
suit iu thc Boston courta against tha
commander of the revenue cutter
which seised his schooner, making the
iiovernment a co-defendant, and sent
J. F. Evsna, an attorney, east to conduct the suit and exert his mfluenoe
with the nresident to alter the lawa.
Mr. Handy also wrote to President
Cleveland explaining to him the injustice the present Iowa inflict on
those who desire to engage in seal*
hunting in those waters. The matter
has been discussed at length at all
cabinet Hirelings held recently, and on
Wednesday Mr. Handy received a tel-
erram from his lawyer in Washington
stating that the president had ruled
that any veisel is entitled tn capture
seals one marine league from the
shores of Alaska. Mr. Handy, who
waa interviewed, expressed himself aa
greatly pleased ever ths president's
ruling, and atated that It is bis intention to dispatch a sealing vessel to
Behring Sea this season. Louis
Sloss, of tha Alaska Commercial Co.,
slated he had received no intimation
of such ruling, and hardly thought
iho president had ao ruled.
MONTREALS FLOOD.
Montreal, April M.—The water
continues to rise in the St. Lawrence
river, snd all the low-lying portions uf
Iho city aro flooded, Tlu- damage will
bu enormous.
I A liri-LONK.
St. Loi'ls, April 22.—A dispatch
trom Nevada, Mo., snys: A terrific
cyclone swept uver the northorn part
of this (Vernon) con. ty [list night
about 8 o'clock. The cloud' were
plainly visible here, passing unly-
about 8 miles from this city. The
cyclone seemed to come down Martiia-
ton river from Ihe Kansas line, deal-
un- dentil nnd destruction wherever it
struck. So far as can be learned, (he
first place it touched wss in Mela
township, passing through Mats,
Osnge and Blue Mound township..
Fences, houses, bsrns and everything
in the line Of the slorm, whieh waa
about half a mile aide, wero picked
up, rent into splintrrs, mid cast duwn
hundri-ds ef yards awny. Tree, were
torn up by the rums. Ovor 80 houses
weru destroyed and about 15 persons
killed. Ueliable news lias only been
received from Osage t >wuship, snd it
is thought thnt the duatli roll will be
swelled to over 25.
THE   HAIL ON THE  FISHERY    DISPUTE.
Toronto, April 22.—Tlio Ifttil, in
sn editorial on Lord Salisbury's actions, ssys: "In our opinion Lord
Salisbury has acted wisely. Had our
cruisers resemed nperatmna againit
American fishermen wu should have
felt the full force of the retaliation
bill, and England might be 'dragged
Into a very ugly quarrel. Mr. Cleveland and hll advisers nro mxioui to
mike a settlement that will be equally
advantageous to both, and 11 ws ara
wise we will leave our gun-boati in
tho dry-dock to whioh Lord Saliabury
bns just consigned them and negotiate
with Americans as with friends and
neighbor! who wllh ui well.
-9-
AH INSC1T TO /RiJCC*.
Ptsss, April 22.—Th. Franeh papen are unanlmoua in tht itatsoint
that M. Schnabels Wss irrestsd on
French nil by the German ofljoen
who look him into custody. Ths
Temps published a despatch- from
Strasburg stating that German oil-
eials suipeoted Scbnabali of having relations with persons in Germany for
purposes of obtaining information
concerning tha military rneaium being taken around Metz fur the tna of
Fnooh military officislr. Thssnthor-
itles of tha foreign office believe tht
German government will maka an explanation of the affair tbat will calm
the present indignation felt by the
French.
STRIKING k VITAL SPOT.
-Niw York, April 22.--the Mail
and JJxpr-MS.j.: Archbishop Co-rl.
1 gan has launched anothsr bolt at the
friendi and supporter, of Dr. Me- -
Glynn. The Catholic Herald hu
been a etaunoh supporter bf Dr. McGlynn and hu directed somansree
assaults upon lhe archbishop and Manager Preston. Now ths archbishop
baa struok baok. He has addressed a
letter to the editor of the Herald in
whioh he calls attention to the fact
that aa the -Herald assumes to be.
Catholic paper it must obey the injunction, which the third plenary
council placed on all Catholic writen,
to refrain from attacking publicly the
manner in which any bishop rulea his
diocese. He concludes bis letter in
the following significant clause: "For
•ome time past the utterance of the
CaMoIic Herald have been shockingly
scandalous. As this paper is published in the diocese, I hereby warn
you that if you continue in thii coune
of conduot it will be at your peril.. If
thii wanting is not obeyed the journal'
in question will bt publicly danouaasd.'
from every Oitholio pulpit in thii
city," Ai thii is the fint time in
miny yean that any American Catholic journal haa been condemned, thia 1
case will cause wide comment.
MAN AND THI "THUS"
Lincoln, Neb., Apr. SS.—M. Egan's
attention having been called to the
statement through London cables that
tho managers of the London jTiaus
have thrown out a hint that they will
publish other letters whieh they aay
are not less important than the alleged
fao simile now creating much controversy. He recoived intimations from
Omaha and other quarter, aome weeks
ago that the. Pinkerton agency waa
making efforta to obtain ipecimeni of
hii handwriting and in view of thia
fact he ihould not be at all surprised
if the Time,, as the instrument of loyal
union would endeavor to get off some
forgeries on him.
PAPAL APPOINimim.
Komk, Apr. 22.—It is probable that
Monsignor Rampolla will be appointed
papal secretary of atate, and Monsignor
Agliard, apoitatic delegate to Constantinople, or be made aecretary for extraordinary ecclesiastical attain. Tht
appointment of Nuncio haa fallen on
Monsignor Rotelle atParil, Monsignor
Galiinbert at Vienna, Monsignor Petw
at Madrid, and Monsignor Scilla at
Munich. These appointment, will be
announced after May.
DISALLOWANCE.
Winniph, Man., Apr. 22.—A private menage from Scarth, Winnipeg's
representative in the commons, tin it
ii the intention of parliament to diullow two righta of way for charters just ,
' by the Manitoba legislature.
■ doi   "
i thii ii done there i, a serious probability of rebellion here aa the people
of the province are thoroughly aroused
and fiercely talk of forcible resiit.no
and pouible annexation to the U.S.
The local government hu pledged
itself to build the road without a charter if necenary.
Eastern Canada.
There were twenty-two failures In
Canada hut week.
Winnipeg'! population hu Increased
about two thousand since lut year.
The railway commisiion concluded
its sittings at Toronto on Saturday. -
Lord Lansdowne hu cabled to London contradicting the absurd stories of
hia being in fear of attack.
The expenditure of thc Canadian
Postoflioe Department lut year wai
•3,380,000 and the revenue 12,468,-
Polieo Magistrate Denison, of Toronto, haB refused to endorse t Montreal warrant for the arrest of Mr,
Sheppard, of the jVntfs.
Win. Panton, editor and one of thi
proprieton of the Milton CnaraptMi,
wns yesterday committed to jail for
refusing to testify in a Scott Act out.
The fisheries protection fleet thii
season will include the flagship Acadia,
the Lansdowne, La Caoadienne; ichn.
Gun. Middleton, L. Howlett, F. E.
Connd, Terror, Li-de Findlay, Critic,
and the Vigilant.
Thb Montreal Post returns to iti attacks on Lansdowne for evictions on
his estates in Inland, denouncing him
in the bitterest terms. Among other
choice epithets he is termed "the monster in human shape who now defilei
the office of governor-general."
John Mills, of Aylmer, who wu arretted on a obarge of bigamy, and subsequently bailed by his father in 11,000
to appear, having skipped to the
States. Both wivei appeared in coort*
The magistrate ordered tht hail not to
bo estreated until tho sessions, u it ii
expected Mills will return, whan hii
father will have him immediately Mt*
retted.
Mrs. IS. Morrison, Feraham Centra, t,
Q„ writing about Dr. Thomu' Kolsctrlo
Oil, says: Oeorge used It on his son, and
it cured him of rheumatism with only a
few applications. The balance of the
bottle was used by on old gentleman for
Asthma, with the bast results, It sets
like a charm." HjBMB
Sails British (Eolnmbian
lalnrta* EvemUs. April as, mt.
The Fishery Dispute.
Commenting on the letter of Presi
dent Cleveland to the fishermen of
Gloucester, the Monetary Times
says it "will scarcely tend to foster
a desire for retaliation in any class
of American citiatoj." It then
proceeds to say: "The predatory
interest of American fishermen is
the ropf; of the whole difficulty.
The very first thing the Olouoeiter
fleet does, this season, is to set out
for the Canadian shore fisheries,
with the intention of pursuing their
calling illegally, to the detriment
of Canada, They exhaust invention
in giving the greatest fleetness to
their sailing craft, in the hope that
when a Canadian cruiser surprises
them in the act of illegal fishing,
they will be able to make good their
escape. One notorious offender,
chased by a cruiser, has already realised that expectation. The trouble
of dealing with American fishermen
is that they have not the least idea
of fulfilling their international obligations or acting in good faith, in
any particular. They oommit robbery and then expect their governmont to sustain them ih the sot.
The privilege of fishing ih our waters might be secured on terms honorable to both countries; but these
fishermen more than any class stand
in the way of an* arrangement being
made, acting as they do in the belief that' free access to our fisheries
can be had for nothing. We ore
obliged to defend our property in
order to. prevent the carrying out
of this design."
Newfoundland Fishermen.
The Vancouver -Yews of yesterday enquires what has become of
the   fishermen   reported   to have
pissed through  Winnipeg a few
days ago on (heir way to this coast.
Very likely these fishermen are already in the province.   Cyril Gosse,
Mark Gosse, A. Marohe, Mark Pike,
Ed. Parsons, Jos. Gosse, Jno. White-
way, and a number of others from
Harbor Grace, Newfoundland, arrived in this city the other day, and
most ot them have already found
employment of one sort or other,
either present or prospective. There
are all practical fishermen, the very
bone and sinew of their  native
province, whioh they have left in
the hope of finding better things in
the land, of the setting sun.   The
reports' from Newfoundland fishing
regions are anything but encouraging, and. tliese men say that if on
this ooast they find fish plentif nl, or
if they can find some other remunerative employment suitable for their
countrymen, there are hundreds of
Newfoundlanders waiting ready to
come if to advised.    Some of the
eastern fishermen have already been
trying their hand at line fishing in
the straits up near Seymour Narrows, ond feel  fairly well pleased
at the result.    Some have made engagements' to go up the coast in connection with the salmon fisheries,
while others will fish for salmon in
Fraser River.   It is their desire and
purpose to gain all the information
they can about the oountry and its
suitableness for the fishermen of
Newfoundland] and when they have
gained sufficient knowledge oil this
point to enable them to form an intelligent opinion, they will send a
report to i those who are waiting for
it in the east.   This is a most judicious arrangement.  Although many
of those who have followed a fisherman's   life  in   Newfoundland   are
well off, yet some of them are poor
and have nothing to risk in a venture  about  the success of which
there are any lingering doubts.     If
these men were brought out to tbis
cout in large numbers, wishout first
having ascertained the chances of
success, a great deal of disappoint
ment tnd suffering might be the
result, and much undeserved damage
would be done to the reputation of
this province.   It is hot thtir wish,
either, that they should be made
pensioners of the government. They
have tbat feeling of manliness which
leads tliem, to prefer absolute independence and  the ability to earn
their own living by their own labor.
It ii the opinion of eastern fishermen  generally  that  the,deep-sea
fisheries On this coast will be found
very valuable, and that eventually u
colony of fishermen from the bleak
shores  of  the   Atlantic will find
hippy homes and contentment in
the favored province of British Columbia.     Mr. Thos.' Mowatt, the
fishery inspector for this province,
hu interested himself much in the
affairs o|. these men, and has succeeded in-: obtaining for most of
them suitable situations where they
may earn gotri wages while applying
themselves   to   the  work  of obtaining a practical knowledge of the
province,   A few days ago we stated
that there were  abundant indications of a coining wave of immigration.    Mr,  James  Codville,  who
arrived yesterday from Woodstock,
Ont, brings additional proof of tbis
fact     He reports that there are
large numbers of people ia the town
trom which he contra, as well'is
elsewhere, who are seriously contemplating removal to this province
if they receive any encouragement
respecting: the prospects for the acquirement of wealth.  Some of thete
people   hare considerable capital
which they would bring with them.
Tlio danger now does not scorn to
be that wo shall lack immigrants,
hat that ite may find it difficult to
provide pieces for all that are
coming.    !
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purfty.strenirthontlwlio.eBomeiicgH, More
economical than the ordinary kinds, nnd
cannot be sold ln competition with the
multitude of low test, short, weight alum
or phosphate powders, Sold only In cans.
Royal Baking Powder Co., 106 Wall St,,
New York. Sfely
Estate of Kelly Bros.
TAKE~N0TICE.
A LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE
A. nbove Estate nte notltled that Mr.
Henry V. Edmonds Ih alone authorized
by uB to receive payment thereof and to
give receipts for same.
" 8. J. PITTS,
P. a. SIMPSON,
JNO. WILSON,
Assignees of Estnte of Kelly Bros.
dmh23to
asTO-SCCOEL
•\rOTIOE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
11 thirty days from date I will apply
to the uhle/Commissioner of Lands and
Works, for a license to eut and carry away
timber from the following described lands,
situated ln the district of New Westminster, nnd Province of British Colnmbia:
Oommnncingat a post set on the east
side of Pitt Lake about two miles from Its
bead; thenee cast -10 ehnins. nortii 80
chains, west to Lake: thence nlong Lake
to placo of commencement; eontulning
about 400 acres.
ALEXANDER MeLEAN
PEit W. A. Duncan.
Kew Westminster. March sutli, 1887.
dmhSlml
WANTED
PURCHASERS FOR
Marine £ Stationary Engines Boilers* Pumps, Inspirators. In-
lectors, etc.,
Bteam Fitters*, Gas Fitters- and Plumbers-
Brass and Iron Goods, all kinds of Min-
I*l Machinery. Air Compressors. Ingersoll Rock DrillH, Hoisting Machinery,
Drill Steel, Machinery Steel, Picks,
Shovels, Iron tic Steel Wire Rope, Rubber Hose, etc.,
Kailway * Contractor** General Sap
pllen, Scrapers, Oars, Angle and
Bar Iron and Steel, Crow-bars, Portland
Cement, Rooting Pnper, Building
Paper. Fire-proof Roofing Cement, etc.,
Iron A Woed-worklng Machinery,
Shafting, Pulleys, Chucks, Lathes, Planers, Leather Belt In tr, Tin Plate and:
Corrugated Iron Elbows, Axe, Pick,
Fork and Hammer Huiidle.-., Best
White Oak 5-gal., 10-gal., 15-gnl., 80-gft..
Kegs, Geo. L, Wood A son's celebrated
Now York Vurulslios, Chapman Sons A
Co.'8 Fish Bait ((to kinds), One new
■all's Sate, One new l»««l Tiiblo.-Apply
to F, WELCOME McCRADY,
Mechanical Draughtsman A Contractor.
fl-T Plans awl Specifications for Boats,
Buildings, Machinery, etc., cnrefully prepared, McKenzie St.
New Westminster, B. C, Jan. 25, '87.
'  dWja28to
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New Westminster, B. C.
REID & CURRIE
MANUFACTURERS- IMPORTERS OF
Farm Wagons,
Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons,
Carriages,
Top Buggies,
Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
Butcher Carts,
Dog Carts,
Dump Carts,
Drays, Stages,
AND  EVERYTHING   IN   THE
. VEHICLE LINE.
Second-hand Stages is Express Hag-
OII for sale cheap.
Repairing, Fainting ti Trimming
dona at reasonable prices.
BUCKSMITHINC
In aU its Branches,   Estimate! given on
Ironwork and Contracts taken,
Horseshoeing and General
Jobbing.
We alio keep in stock to supply the
trade, Iron, Steel, Chains, Cumberland
Goal, Hone and Ox Shoes, Harrows,
Iron and Steel Harrow Teeth, Carriage
Bprinip and Axles, and a complete stock
of Carriage Hardware.
A lot of first-class Ploughs £ Har-
rOWl on hand.
M*We have got the best workmen to be
had In the oountry, nnd we Import nearly
ill the stock we use from the cast—consequently we can offer inducements to pur*
ennsen*. that we could not hnve done some
ume affo, All material nnd work lowing
tbe shop Will be jniarnnteert tobe Just on
represented. Orden from tlm country
promptly attended to.
Hwaplltc reid & OURRIE
JPoYjSeLlol
1 SPAN 1.AKK BAY MARES, I and 6
1 years old; eooil travellers; wore single
or double, .    ■
1 Bv Horse, 8 years old; works single ol
double; nice ladles' or gents' saddle none;
very gentle.
1 ..sealed B.ss* I i springs; nearly new.
S tons ot Tlniolh- Ilny on North Arm,
Fraser river. _ —
SS bbls. Sail Salmon. 8 kalM-bls. Sail
Salmon Bellies.
Also-One and one-nlnlh lateral IB
€i.,-.l.,c.mp..r.WJFRBNOtl
New Wont., Nov. Uth, l***.      dwnoKta
Administrator's Sale!
NOTICE
Ite Estate SNAT SRANTON, Jkeetued
Intestate.
SKA LED TENDERS for tlie purchase
of Lot 16, liloek Soven, suburban lauds
of the City of New Westminster, will be
received by the undersigned up to the
SOth duy of Muy, 1887. The highest or any
tender not necessarily accepted.
Dated 22nd Apt 11,1887.
E. A. JENNS,
dap22ml Administrator.
Municipality of New
Westminster.
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE
Ratepayers of the City of New Westminster, thai tho Assessment Roll for
1887 Is now open for lnspcctlo*i at the
offloe of tbo City ctork; ami that a Court
of Revision nnd Appeal will be bold at the
Council Chambers on the tflth day of
May next, at 12 o'clock noon, to hear
any complaints against the assessment
for the present year.
By order.
dap20td     JAS. A. ROBINSON,C.M.C.
THE   STEAMER
"GLADYS"
UNTIL   FURTHER   NOTICE  WILL
leavo Wise's Wharf, (or
Clillllw'iack and Way Places
 ON	
TUESDAYS & FRIDAYS
At 7 A.M.,
Returning the following days.
Por freight, Ae., apply on board or to
W. MATHERS,
itmhSlto On the Wharf.
X.    O.   O.    Vm
Excursion to
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On thc occasion of the 08th
ANNIVERSARY OF THE ORDER.
THE STEAMER "ADELAIDE" WILL
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TueMfny. April gtllh, returning the following morning.
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Innd ln Now Westminster Distriot)
Commencing nt a slake marked B on
the oast side of Pitt Uke, abont two and
one-half miles from the hend: tlicnco eust
hnlf mile, thenco nortii one mile, thence
west hair mile, thence south ope mile to
point of commencement; nlso the S. w.
li seotlon 17, township 20.
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Boyal Columbian Hospital
ANNUAL MEETING OF SUB80IU-
berslo the Royal Columbian Hospital wUl take place in the Hyack Hall,
Rt 7:*»on Tuesday Evening Hay 3rd .IBM.
Business Reception of Reports ofthe Board
for their financial year, and the consideration of the advisability of handing the
Institution over to the Governmont.
By order, __
' W. H. KEARY,
Hon. Secretary.
New Westminster, April 18,1887.   doplStd
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Stationery, stamps and sundries  SI 00
mi X,
I certify this to bo correct.
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WILL LEAVE SEATTLE EVERT
TkHrsday Mar-las at I .'clack, for
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Port Townsend and the Islands; arrives at
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leaves for Coal Harbor about two liours
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Fan ta Seattle PAM
Freight per to., 4.N
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St. Ann's Convent,
NEW WESTMINSTER
FOR SISTERS OF ST, ANN
 OK	
Thursday, April 28th, 1887.
tiokdtb,   -   mx
Children under 15, Half-price. ,
Performance to commence at 7--M p. in.
sharp. dapHto
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rilllE ABOVE WORKS HAVE BEEN
i opened In tho Building formerly occupied by Morgnn llic Rariier,
One Door Weil or Dickinson's Butcher Stop.
Cnll and Inspect our work and ohlnin
prices.
Wc nro tlio only lirnotlanl MnHllr ("Ml.
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Always In ttlock, n good assortment of
MONUMENTS,
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LADNER'S LANDING.
-TOT-COT   OS*
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)N CONBECIUENOE OF THE  LATE-
ness of the season the FIRST AUC-
ION In the above Ynrd Is postponed ta
Wednesday, Jane Sth, 1887.
The present entries include
75 Head of Live Stoek
—And a tat*e—
Assortment of Implements.
Further particular.* In future advertise*
ment*
.„ . . «• «• wo_?»
aptfr-dwI-wZw Auctioneer.
Wood and Goal.
11HE SUBSCRIBE.- HAS OX HAND A
.   large quantity of
BEST \.ELLI\fiTON LOUP COAL
And an assortment of
CORD WOOD,
Whieh ho will sell at lowest rates. He
will also promptly attend to all kinds of
Orders left at Mr. MeColl'sstoraon Columbia street, or nt my house, Douglas
street, will meet with prompt attention,
HKNltY ELLIOTT.
New Westminster ft C. JlylOto
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
Whole-tile and Ili-lull
QRUGGIST3I
New Westminster, U. C.
dwtnhitlto
CIT-iT
GALLERY,
Water St, .Vancouver, B,C,
PIANOFORTES
BV   ALL   THR    HEST   CANADIAN,
American, French, German nnd English makers.
Full Details and Ptioto!) of these various
Inst ni ments may be Heen on application,
Our $200 Flanoftrte Is a Marvel of
Cheapness,
ComMiii'il with •Qootl Touch and Tone.
Nothing like It lius ever before been
offered at the pride ln British Columbia,
Wo are Uio Molt. Agents In B. C. for Ihe
Milkers, wlm arc of the highest standing
in tho Pianoforte Trado.
eaeaLmEa-ymk.me.tm
I From Sot) upwards) hy Mason & Hamlin,
loll Co., Ksty, Dominion, Doherly and
other makers.
Violins.  Flutes, Piccolos. Cower-
Unas, & Musical Instruments
Generally.
SHEET M'flH-.-Kongs, Dances, Operatic,
Orchestral, Etc., Etc.
Any Music not iu Htock obtained to or*
derntPubllhher'H prices.
SfMlcnl Mer.Ii mul Im* of every description; all ut lowest .'lish prices,
JOHN  ADAMS.
Vancouver, March, 1887.       ilwml)24inl
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY.
FRESH WATS.fi TERMINUS
City of New Westminster I
IMPORTANT
Auction Sale
—or—
CITY RESERVES
 AND—
GARDENS.
A PUBLIC AUCTION WIU. TAKE
.  placo at tlw colonlnl Hotel, in
tlio City of Now Westminster, on
Saturday, 23rd April, 1887,
At 8 o'clock in tho evening, when the
following Lota will be submitted to pub*
lie competition, in accm-dsnee with
"Lniul Snlo By-Law, 1884," and amendments thereto, viz.:
GOVERNMENT OFFICE GAltDENB.
Block A.
Lots 3, M, 15, 10 & 20.
VICTORIA OARDENS-Blook B.
Lota 3, -I, li, (I, 8, 0, 10, II, 12, 13,18,
10,20, 30, 35 k 3(1.
8T. PATRICK'S SQUARE-Blook D.
Lot*  10,  11, 12,   13,   14,  15, 21, 22,
23, 24, 25, 211, 27, 28, 29, 30, 81, 32,
33, 34, A 35.
ALICE GARDENS-Blook E.
Lols 8, 9 * 10.
CLINTON PLAOE RESHRVE-BIook F
Lot. 1, 2, 3, 0, 11, 14, 15,10,17,18,
111, 20, 21, 22, 23,24,25,28,27,28,
29, 30, 31, 33, 34, 35 k ,18.
ST. GEORGE'S SQUARE-Blook H.
Lots 14, 15, 10,  17,  18, 111, 20, 24,
25, 211, 27, 28, 29, 80, 81, 32, 84, 85,
30, 37, 38, 311, 40, 41 k 42.
ST. ANDREW'S SQtURE-Blook K.
Lots 10,  17,   24, 25, 20, 27, 28, 81,
34, 85, 30, .17* 88.
r~Hio Lotsaro mostly 80 by 182 feet
TRRMH-IBW per nenl. on lhe (all ol the
hammer; !).'i!ii per cent, in throe months;
and thc bnlnnee of tbo purelmio money In
six months from dnto of snle.
By order,
.IAMBH A. ROBINSON.
(!. at. 0.
City Clerk's Olliee,
New Woslmlllhtoi-, fith April, 1887.
dapMd
HACK FOR HIRE.
TUB UNDERSIGNED has established
WmwlflntheCltTof NewWratmln-
sterwIth a FIRST-CLASS        ■
COVERED OABRIA^EI
WWch Is ape- for Ensaieasenl. al
rery BMHenle Ckarses.
Orders left atthe Colonial Hotel or sent
by telephone, will be promptly attended
to day or night. Stable next H. Elliott's
-,   -.      ™   _. I08.0ATB8.-
Telephone Naas.     . mylto
_sro_aT-E_-
co_v-::F.__.3sT,_r
Capltlll,   $3,0(10,000;    108868
ram, i48,ooo,ooo
■_•,#»» «»:»*■>__ «»«m -sl-io-*
Rates as Low as any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
•tar Bisks promptly taken, and Losses
satisfactorily adjusted.
T. R. PEAR80N,
iloc7lo (B. C. S. 4 P. Co.) AGENT.
IOIAIi
INDUCEMENTS
HOLIDAYS
15 percent. Discount forthe
next IS days.
ALL MM    IBS
BUYING FBOM THE MANUFAC*
turors for cash, I am In a position
to sell at bottom prioes. My Goods are
marked in plain figures and the prices
have not been put up to meet the dis*
count taken off. Call and see prices before purchasing elsewhere.
tr Fine Watoh Repairing a Specialty.
Jewelry made to order.
F. CHARE.
WATCHMAKER
Ori-osiTE ths Bank. dw-del8to
JOHN S. COX,
IMPORTER A DEAUft IN
TT^COSTS NO MORK TO KEEP GOOD
FowIr than It iloc_ to Keep poot* Fowl*.
.iy Brooding Pens aro eqi
the united Mates or Canada.
I uropoiifl to furnish Enifr _. _
and flrit-cWuw Kowln, my denlan being to
My Brooding Pens aro equal to any in
Iproposeto furnish Eggs'mm premium
_nd first-class Fowls, my deftfsn boJ— ■-
establish a reputation that wl)riant,
VARIETIES OF FOWLS:
White Crested Black Palish,
Blaek Spanish,
Laagsh«ng-t
La Fleche,.
Silver Spangled Hamburgh,
White nad Brown Lsghora**
Light Brahmas,
Pit Games,
PlmoaihReek,
Partridge Coc Wat,
Return and Aylesfawrjr Dnuks*   '
Ton-oust Geese*
SPANISH LAMUB BABBITS.
Cash must accompany ull orders.
Address, with stamp,
JOHN fl.COX.
dwf*7l<! Now WeKtniinHter
THE UNDERSIGNED has
just received a large consignment of
Pianos and Organs,
Which he will sell cheap. These
instruments may be purchased
for cash or in monthly instalments, to suit purchaser. Call
and get my figures before purchasing elsewhere, and it will be
to your interest.
Second-hand Pianos and Organs for sale or to rent.
Instruments may be seen at
Mr. D. Lyal's Book and Stationery Store, Columbia Street.
dwmKiio   Ts Ri PEARSON,
--TO-TIO-S.
To the Studs-holders of the New West-
minster Gas Company, Limited Lia-
* W-tSfiSO OPTHE NEW WjSsl-
ft milliter Qa. Company will be held
at Hand -Bros.-s-01floe on Monday, Hay
lad. ISS!. at S o'clock p. tn., to take lnln
consideration and vote upon the Increns.
Ing of thedapltal Stook from *M^00.0O lo
'' O. L. MILNE. President;
B. DOUGLAS,
J. L. STAMFORD,
Directors,
{lew Westminster, Mareh 21.1887,
-•*       -dmhatd
.TUiramE 0m.l Nm. 6.
P.0.BM7I
WM McCOLL,
hmil Hulisi!
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries & Provisions.
LUHDBOM'8 BLOOK, Columbia HI-
PURT HAMMOND
NURSERY
Fruit Trees,
Ornamental frees,
Small Fruits,
And OARDEN STOCK on hand In treat
Tarlety.
Everything flrst-class ond furnished In
good shape.
G.W. HENRY,
dw-deUtc Port Hammond, B. C.
WALSH'S
TAHjOBINU
EMPORIUM
Colombia 8t„ New Westminster.
HAVING JUST UECEIVKDOUR NKW
Fall and Winter Stock, we 1 nvltc lit
_pectlon of the finest sclootinnof
EnRll~ki SMlelit Gfrmniit Freaclt,
ana Amerleiut
SUITINGS MS*
Ever shown tn New Westminster.   For
a GOOD FIT aud artlstlo stylo we defy
competition.
dnoSOto THOS. WALSH.
Look Here!
*F YOD 'VANT TO  MAKE A NICK
PRESENT
To a friend or relative, go down to s'l'Ilt-
SKY'S and look at somo of those extra*
ordinary banal un In
Ud.es' and Gentlemen'* (iold nnd
; SUrer WatrhcR, Chains,
Uharms, etc., etc.
Or If you want a useful ornament for your
house, examine those beautiful Mar
strlfcinaClMlis.wltl.otttl.edralKODgs.
He Is selling at BOTTOM PRICES.,
Watehti. from |5 upwards, till warranted
Fine Watch Bepalrlaitu Htwelaltr, and
good workmanship guaranteed,
- «V Remember tlie  place—the "Blue
dwauayl        Columbia St., New West.
GUARDIAN
Insumnce Com'y
OF LONDON, ENG.
Total Funds, $18,000,000
(ar-.--xi —-sr)
E8TABLI8HEO  1821
Risks Taken at Rates
as Low as any other
Reliable Comp'y.
t. R, PEARSON,
doc7lo        (a C. B. A P. Co.) AOENT.   '
W.R. AUSTIN,
ise!
A large Assortnu-ut of
DRY QOODS
-AND-
GROCERIES
';'  ' A-WAY-'OHHAND.
Slay and Feed.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
—•OB AH» CM- MUtUUW Tt
in r am »r -m an.
W.rnntwosta|Wdall*,«osptBnatarii
la Port Mood*, oarrylng H.M.S. malfs,
Aa no I Iqnor or lobaeco Is used we can by
lampatat* bablts ahd ear.ru! -oonomjr
am thi public at (special!)- low ram.
dwisNto THE CHRISTMAS CARD.
"I will take this ono," said Gortn.de
do Voau, when she had made her seleotlon
from a pile of Christmas cards on the
counter. "Don't you think lt ls pretty,
Aunt Julia?" ■ '
"Vory protty,"-was Mrs. Horton's an-
swor, to whioh she added, "and very
""YmAlo not think'lt ls too broadly
sor-rostlvo?" Gertrude asked somewhat
itn'-lnusly, for ahe meant to send the oard
to Warren Clyde. , '.
"Not at nlll" Mra. Horton answered.
"It will be Just the thing.  I declare, If
this young sailor doesn't look tor all the
' world like tho Lleutonantl"
"Doesn't he? I saw that the moment
I looked at the card. Yon can't see the
girl's faco vory well, but "
"There's whero the suggestion lias,
said Mrs. Horton with a significant smile.
"That is a happy thought, my dear; I
hopo you won't let him slip through your
llngen, tor he la decidedly the best catch
of tho season." _       .
"I should say sol" Miss Gertrude an*
swerod wurmly; "ho is rich as can be,
and nloe In evory particular-* beau Ideal,
In faot." ,      ,    ,.
" You must manage lt, my dear," said
Mrs. Horton with emphasis.
" I don't think we are tar from a happy
denouement," Miss Gertrude said, laughingly. "I have an eye to the main
chance, Aunt Julia."
"I am glad you are so sensible," was
Mra. Horton's reply; as they left the store
together. " There are so few girls who
appreciate the Importance ot each con-
elderattons." _
The day before Christmas warren Clyde
Sybil's feet, and ho standing before hor
In his sailor clothes, holding up the cross
TJt-JU*-
.-a  M3Q.
Bisect visiont of the past teemed te be gently
rising up before Mm.
was seated ln his library before an 01
flre, Indulging ln a misty train of retrospective thought.
A servant nad just brought him the
mall, and among his lotters he had found
an Illuminated Christmas card, soaled ln
a cream-laid cnvelopo, and addressed in
Miss de Venn's graceful handwriting,
"Just like herl Bhe always does the
conventional thing—doos Miss Gertrude."
It waa singular lo hear him speak In
tbat way, Inasmuch as he hod all but
made up his mind to ask Miss de Voau to
marry him. But thon Warren Clyde was
different from most men of his age, and
the romance ot his lite had died years ago,
Tho ghost ot lt came back to him
though, as he drew this Christmas card
Irom lit cover. For a moment his chook
;! jv.-e I like a girl's; a deep flush mounted
i - liia rloso-croppod yellow hair, and then
'j.t liim pale aa death.
Ills oyes wandered from the beautiful
sisr.i bofore him to the bed of glowing
-.ml i upon the hearth, out of which
-woet visions ot the past seemed to be
;cutly rising.
Once more he was a simple sallorwho
Luowand loved the fairest girl In Halll-
coto—Sybil Vlnoy. They had been playmates together, but had been separated
luring all the yean that Warren had
pent at the Naval Academy.
After his graduation they had met
ignln, and Warren found his childish
lovo tor Sybil fast changing into a deeper
nd n stronger passion. But she was the
laughter of a great shipowner, rich and
unious, while he was a humble fellow,
lioor and prospectless.
It had been one of his whims, more-
iver, to set aside the commission con-
erred upon htm by the Academy, and to
mlist with a body of marines, trom whose
inks he determined to rise.
After he met Sybil Vlnoy he wished
hat he had not been so rash, for, as a
iaval oflicer, he might have mads some
irotensions to her favor, But lt was too
ate to repent the step he had taken, He
!elt tluit Sybil loved him, but he would
not bind her even by the slender ties of a
lonfession, to one whose future was
inecrtaln.
Thoy hod parted with friendly words-
otliing more.
During the Rebellion Ms gallant service
ould in the end have secursxrhim an
idmlralty, but he bad hardly received his
mnmlsslon as lieutenant ere he wss
oundod ln an engagement, and wu
bilged to retire.
Happily tor the disabled young officer,
,t thia critical Juncture, a distant relative
xiiionthed to him a large fortune.
Ills thoughts at once reverted to Sybil,
whom he hoped now to win for his wits:
Lut sho no longer lived ln Hallicete.
KVitli n Joyous heart he learned that ahe
liii-l nover married; but concerning her
*lvhnronlioute he could find out nothing.
I Mr. Vlncy had lost heavily on several
Kovcrnment contracts for vessels, and
before the close of the war every vestige
bf lill fortune had been swept away. -Ss
Beuth had followed lt shortly after.
| Sybil's mother had been dead tor years,
Ind tho young girl was thus left absolutely
llono. After her father's death she had
■ono away from Halllcote—no one knew
lrhlther,
I It then boenrae Warren's saored purpose
y find Ills lost love, and for two yean he
Eld devoted himself to searching for her.
But, lis he had not the slightest due, he
fas Iniuled ln every attempt, and had
Iradiially been forced to relinquish the
■woctost dream of his life;
I Ho was thlrty-flve years old now, and
■ras still "the young lieutenant"ln Bodily. Sybil wos to him as one of the dead,
Ind liis lovo was such a bootless pssslon
■that ho hoped to forget It ln a brilliant
hnrrlaKo—perhaps with Miss de Voau.
i All these things came floating back to
warren on the wings of memory as he
lelil tho Christmas card before him.
I It had been Just at this time that he
lad parted last from Sybil. How well h*
Tsmembend the day and droumstanoel
I Sho hnd been In the little Halllcote
■hapel whore he had been sent to And her.
It waa a bright winter day, and she was
V»y preparing for the Christmas service.
[ Bho had tohTUlm that she was to super-
tatend tho decorations, and when he went
to say good-bye to her, he had taken with
Wm a wreath of red-berried holly, wrought
■Mth his own hand. ..
I The scene was reproduced on the card
IHsu de Veau had sent him.
I Thoro waa the tall window ot stained
lias**, through whioh the rainbow-colored
■ght fell on Sybil's beautiful hair, and the
|hlii- llulod columns bf the altar. There
fens tho marbled font, With Its seasonable
■ecoratlons, the pile of evergreens at
" JSrM you Ms adAresst" hi asked etwfy.
irlth a look of Interrogation. That was
ne—yes I And it must be Sybil I He Bald
bo, though the girl's face was turned
aside, and only, a shadowy, glimpse of hot
profile was discernible.
Who was the artist? It must bo somo*
one who had known Sybil, someone who
had witnessed their parting that Christmas-tide. .
The thoughts ahd suggestions that
crowded Warren's brain seemed to set it
on flre. When the hands of the clock
wore pointing to oleven, Warren had put
on hts overcoat and was ready to go out.
"Can you tell me, sir," Warren asked
of the senior partner, "whole the author
of this design? I have taken a fancy to
tt, and would like ta know the artist's
name."
"Yes,"wosthe prompt reply, "that Is
one ot our prizo cards. It was drawn by
Mr. Temple."
"Have you hts address?" ho asked
slowly. '■■''. "y    '
" I con get lt for you," the gentleman
answered. " Our cashier has lt, but he Is
out at present."
" WIU you do me the favor of sending It
to mo as soon as possible?"
"Certainly, sir."
So Warren turned his steps homoward.
It was evening when a mossengor-boy
left at the door a card for Lieutenant
Clyde, on wbloh was written, "Francis
Tcmplo, —Glllam-codrt, Upstairs."
"Iwlll go tomorrow morning," Wnrrcn
murmured.   " I must soo liim ut once."
Meanwhile he arranged thnt-Miss de
Voau should receive, on Chrlutiuits morning, tt bnslu-t of flowers," with Lieutenant
Clydo's compliments and best wishes for*
a Merry Christmas."
It was an obscuro and odious street In
which he found himself on Christmas
morning, but, In the clear sunlight, ho
detected afar olf tho sign of a little glided
palette, on whioh tho name of Francis
Temple wus painted In script letters.
Upstairs he went, and knocked at a
door on whioh the samo name appeared
over tlie eliuplo word, " Studio."
In a moment he was admitted by e
•hlto-headed man, who stooped a great
leal, and walked with an effort.
"I wish to soo Mr. Temple."
" What did you say, oh?" the old man
squired. "Excuse mo, but I om vory dear."
"I wish to seo Mr. Tomple," Warren
repeated in n louder tone.
"Walt ii moment," the old man said
Kith childish trepidation. "My grand-
laughter will see you."
At tlmt Instant a side door opened, and
t lady entered the room.
It seemed to Warren Clyde that tho
rates of heaven had unclosed, for lt was
iybll Vlncy who stood before him.
Fora moment they stood gazing at each
•ther ln speechless astonishment, then
with one bound Warren reached her sido.
"At last, my love,at last!" he cried
jxultantly, and clasped hor to his heart.
"Warren—Warron Clydel" she mur-
mercd, "Is It really youf"
"Sybil, my darling 1" he cried, beelde
himself with Joy, "where have you been
hiding all these yean? Oh, my love, I
havo searched for you so long.'
" I never knew lt," she answered; "I
thought you did not care forme, for how
was I to know." „.«..-,--.
"Not care for yon!" he said passionately. "Sybil, I have loved you always.
Will you marry me, dearest?"
"I made a vow that I never would
marry anyono but you, Warren," she
sold simply. " But I cannot believe this
Is really youi'V.; .        ■■> - -     ','
Then, in an eager ojaculatory narrative,
he told her the story ot the Christmas
card and how it had brought him to her.
Sybil blushed vividly. ■,-,-i
"This Is ray grandfather," ahe said.
"His name Is Francis Temple, and
I have made use of his Identity to secure a plaeo ln the world. It Is easier,
for a man to get work than fa* a woman j
and his work Is always better paid.  So I
It was Sybil Vbiiy u*o stood ""/ore ••<■»*
havo signed my grandJMhor'g name to
evorythlngl have oxoouWd.  I have aun-
portod both him and myself by painting
and drawing designs."    	
"Blessed Uttlo brush!" Warron cried,
lifting both her hands to his lips.
"You shall paint for pleasure now,
my love. I am rioh, Sybil. Thank
God I can give you a good home, my
darling. It to waiting lor you whenever
you will conaont to come to It.'
A month later Mlsede Veuu was thrown
Into hysMa|;bythenoeptionoIan "A,t
Homo" card from Lieutenant and Mn.
Warren Clyde.
"'■   1«li>
A gtrlklsf BusssMma*.
Wei "Osnyon tell me, my dear,
why a widower is like a young
t>*Wn.,l' ,   _   ; ■fi
Husba-di « H«-m—«—becanie-
becanse—"
Wife; " The Unt six months ho cries
a great deal, the second six months Le
begins to take notloo, and he i.lwr.ys
•xierienoes great dUnonlty in getting
eeWy thttjugh his eicond sunnier.''
Jireciy.
The following Business Directory relates
only to persons whose advertisements appear in the Daily Columbian. It has
been found true, as n rule, that penons
who advertise liberally are liberal in their
dealings, and many persons mako it a
role to give preference In their dealings to
those establishments which advertise
freely. The following list Is arranged alphabetically!
LEGAL.
T. C. Atkinson Columbia st
W. Norman Bol. Columbia Ht
Corbould A McColl MoKensle St
Branch Offlce at Vancouver.
MEDICAL.
Dr.H. M. Cooper Ohuroh St
Ur. J. C. Henderson chilliwhack, B. C.
Dr. I. M. McLean MoKensle St
Dr, DeWolfo Smith Clarkson St
INSURAUCE.
W. J. Armstrong [Brol Court House
H. V. Edmonds...;. McKensle SI
W. D. Ferris [life 4 aecldont] Ferris st
T. a Pearson [lire A life] Coluinliln st
Band Bros, [flre-llfo] McKensleSt
Braneb Offices at Vancouver & Vie.
Turner,Beeton ACo. litre] Victoria
Woods. Turner A Gamble .', „,
[Are, Hfo A accident] ColumblaSt
HEAL   ESTATE* AGENCIES.
W. N. Bole ColumblaSt
Oorbonld A MoColl McKensleSt
H. V, Edmonds. MoKensle St
W. D. Forrls Ferris St
Cnpt. Pittendrigli McKenzie St
Band Bros McKensle St
Wm. Shannon Vancouver
Woods, Turner A Gamble Columbia St
ARCHITECT, Ae.
C. H. Clow Cllnlon St
O. W. Grant. MoKensle St
CONTRACTORS * BUILDER*..
Ackerman Bros. '. New Westminster
AUCTIONEERS.
H. N. Rioh -,-LadpeC!
T. J. Trapp Columbia Bt
AOENTS FOR MACHINERY, *o.
Fraser- Leonard Vancouver
F. Weloome McCnuly MoKensle St
BOOKS A STATIONERY.
D. Lyal Columbia St
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
John Adams Vancouver
T. R. Pearaon — Columbia Ht
PRINTING A RULING.
The Columbian Steam Printing Establishment h Columbia St
STOVES A TINWARE.
H. M. Cunningham - Co Columbia Bt
GAS FITTINGS.
H. M. Cunningham A Co. Columbia St
SEWING MACHINES.
C. J. Robson ..ColumblaSt
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
W.R. Austin ........Front St
0. G. Major ColumUa HI
Wm. MoColl Columbia SI
C. MoDonough Front St
DRY GOODS.
Bon Marche ..ColumblaSt
D. Drysdale A Co Columbia St
Jos, Ellard ACo ColumblaHt
Ogle, Campbell A Co Columbia St
DRESSMAKING.
Bon Marohe. Columbia st
Jos. Ellard A Co Columbia «t
Misses McDougall Columblast
FURNITURE.
W. Prothero. ...Columbia St
Wintemute, Calbick A Co Columblast
WOOD * COAL.
Henry Elliott [Orders, left at W. McColl's]
DRUGS, *o.
ft S. Curtis A Co... .Columbia St
A. Peele .....Columbia St
BUTCHERS.
Robt, Dlcklnsoi -Columbia Bt
FISH A GAME.
John Ibbotson Front st
WATCHMAKERS * JEWELERS
F. Crake. ColumblaSt
F. Stinky Columblu Hi
0. M. McNaughten ColumblaSt
BLACKSMITHINC *   CARRIAGE
WORKS.
Thos. Ovens , ...Columbia St
Reid A Currie.:...}! Columbia st
HOTELS.
Farmers Home I Holden] Cbureh St
Tho Clarence [Rlclumls] Victoria
RESTAURANTS.
Mm. Jennie McNeil Front st
PAINTERS)  Ae,
Chas. Murray Clarkson Ht
BOOTS * SHOES.
G. H. Grant A Oo .Columbia St
H. Koll Columbia St
Wm. Ross Columbia St
TAILORS.
ft Drysdale A Co CoIumbluSt
Thos. Walsb Columbia St
BAKERY.
A. Diebel Front St
NURSERIES.
G. W. Henry Fort Hammond
E. Hutchersou Ladners
FANCY POULTRY, Ac.
Jno, S, Cox -...— Royal Avenue
MONUMENTAL.
Alox. Hamilton .....Church at
Rudge A Monck Now Westminster
Brighouse Estate.
A LL PARTIES ARE HEREBY CAB-
A Honed against purchasing of Hsin'l
Brighouse or execntlug mortgages on any
portion of the abnvo estate without Ilia
sanction of Maiiuel.ii llrighousc, his wife,
or her sol lei Ims,  -
daplSml     MANBELLAB1IIQH0BSR.
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
av Satisfaction guaranteed.    *-dapl8lo
THE   LOOAIj
FISH MARKET
rioNT St, 1 Door Eut or Holbrook house
THIS NEW FISH MARKET han been
opened for the expr-.KH purpose of
k upply inn tho city. Fish of all kiii-li, obtainable will hu kept ou Imml, niul retailed at very low prices.
The undersigned began deiilhis In tlnh
In I860, and knows tho biw.in.st-; ihorough*
ly, and he ls here, to stay,
Olve ui a enll.
dapmu JOHN IBBOTSON.
fcTOTICE.
In Ihe, Estate qf Jennie. Kedona, deceased,
ALI. I-KIWONB INDEBTED TO THE
above Entitle ave minim! 1» pay lhe
amounts forthwith; nnd all pcrnon** liuv*
log elaims agalnm- the said Kslate in um
forward the same within ono month fmm
the dnte hereof to the umlerslKiied.
Dated at New Weitmlnster, the  13th
day of April, IBS7.
dupUml T. J. JANEH, Executor.
LAND SURVEYORS,
Estate, Insurance and
Flre, Lire, Accident A Marine
Insurance.
Dominion Express Comp'y, Id.
Intern Canadian  ank Nnlca
nought and Sold,
UOI.UM.MA STRKKT,
Telephone*!.        XEW WUt-UMTE*.
df«Tt>
WHAT PHTSIOIAM lAT AlMIT THI
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
"Treatment by Absorption has for some
time been recognized by Medical Men to
be the most simple and effectual means
of conveying to Diseased Oigans, "Curatives," but in cases of Kidney Disease and
Complaints attendant thereon, sncceBsfnl
treatment was practicably imposfltile until the Introduction of the Starr Kidney
Pad. It costs less thnn a single prescription and Is Immeasurably more- decisive
and effective than any quantity of internal
Medicinal dosing. Worn Immediately over,
the sent of Disease, Its .curative properties
become absorbed by the diseased anil enfeebled Organs, conti mtously and directly,
im required to Insure In roturii thoir healthy action nnd original vigour. It Is comfortable to tho patient and pleasant in Its
effects, and cures when nothing else can.
The Starr Kidney Pad accomplishes positive, decisive results. A more valuable
discovery as a true remedy for Kidney
Diseases was nevermade.—Matlcal Gazelle
Tke Starr Kidney Pari, manufactured
In Toronto, Is a permanent sure cure for
diseases, disorders and ailments of the
Kidney-*, Bladder and urinary secretive
system, or attendant complaints, causing
pnin In the small of tho back, sides,etc.,
{traducing urinary disorders, such as too
rcquent, scanty, difficult, painful or copious micturition, Inability of retention nnd
sedimentary urine, dropsical symptoms,
etc.. denoting the presence In the system
of diseases common to the urinary secretive organs—known as gravel, catarrh of
the bladder and passages, Bright's disease,
diabetes, dropsy, piles, nervous debility,
etc. Send for pamphlet to LANGLEY A
CO., Wholesale Agents, Victoria. Retailed by A. M. HERRING and D. S. CURTIS
A CO., Now Westminster: T. MrNEE*
LEY, Ladner's Landing: H. McDOWELL
ACO., HA8TINGHHAWMILLC0.,THE
VANCOUVER DRUG CO., Vancouver;
W. E. MCCARTNEY A BRO., Vancouver
and Kamloops; J. B. LOVELL Yale: W.
& MEGAW, Priest Valley; H. OLARK A
CO., Kamloops, dwse23yl
TESTIMONIAL!
Vancouver, SSrd June, 1886.
MR. G. ROBERTSON,
Vancouver!
Representing Goldle A McCullpeh,
Gait, pnt.
Sm.—We the undersigned having witnessed the terrible flre whioh wiped out of
existence the young eity of Vancouver,
on the 13th inst,, have, after the flre, examined the sates sold by you, some of
which were put to the most severe test,
having been surrounded by large quantities of lard and bacon, arid we are pleaui-d
to testify to tho remarkablo manner In
which every Safe sold by yon preserved
its contents, not unly books and papers,
but also thousands of dollars ln paper
money wero taken out tn perfect condition. We oan, therefore, with the greatest confidence, recommend them as thor*
oughly flre proof!
L. A. Hamilton, for the Canadian Paelllc
Railway Company: M. A, MacLean,
Mayor; John vf. Blake, stipendiary Magistrate; Rlch'd. Alexander, Justice of
the Peace; John Boultbee, Police Magistrate, City of Vancouver; Thomas Dunn,
Justice of the Peace; Isaac Johns, Col.;
Edward E, Rand, Keal Estate Broker;
R. Balfour, Alderman: John Rankin,
Real Estate Broker; PJther A Edson,
Royal Hotel: H. F. Keefer, Contractor,
Ross, Real Estate Broker; Gravely A
Spinks, Real Estate Brokers; R. C. Per*
guson, Mgr. R. a P. Mills. JeSOtc
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
Printing  Company
ON THK IOTH OF JANUARY, 1887,
, the Coluiumas Newspaper and
Printing Concern was purchased hy a
joint stook company composed of citisens
of New Westminster, to .be known aa tha
"British Columbian Printing Co.,
Limited." Tha concern has been for
nearly a year owned and controlled by
the British Columbia Stationery and
.Printing Company, ol New Westminster.
Victoria snd Vancouver. The ohjoct of
tho new company is to continue th. publication of the Bbitihh Couikbiak newspaper and curry on a general printing and
publishing concern, controlled entirely by
those whose individual Interest it will he
to promoto the development, especially
of the Mainland. Thero will be do
sliickruiiig of the energy hitherto displayed in the management of the establishment, and Its patrons may rely upon
receiving full value for their money.
The Columbian will continue to be entirely Independent in both Dominion and
provincial politics, and -ill devote Itself
to the advancement of snch schemes as
may bo considered in tho public interest.
The concern ls now entirely separate from
any other business, the book and
stationery establishment in this city
having been taken .over by Mr. T. K.
Pearson, who will continue to carry-it on
in his own name aud for bis own benefit.
It Is desirable that a dally newspaper
ahould be maintained In this oity, and
the new company asks lot! public patronage on the ground that It Is engagod In
an enterprise calculated to promote the
public welfare. It asks that the Cot.*
ombian be judged on its own merits and
supported onlv so long aa ita policy ts
enconsistt with its professions. In con-
sequence of this busineu change all ao*
connts due tho concern must be settled
without delay so that tba books of the
former oompany may be adjusted and
dosed. Address all communications and
remittances to
0. BOBSON, Mauager.
New Westminster, .Ian. 91, 1N7.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'r.
1 Ou> Broad St. and lt Pali Hall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
FOB INSURING HOUSES k OTHEB
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Fort, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing, Barges and other Vee*
sols oh navigable rivers and canals, and
.Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM 10SS OK DAHAU. BI FIBB.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
^1.600,000 8TG.
Rates of Premium and every iu.-ii-iii.-i-
.Hon can be obtained on application tli
W. J. ABMSTKONV,
Agent for New Wostminek r.
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
U-u-raalM capital ,. .•.i.saa.eat
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
A home"company,
This. Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:-
Tho BecurKy offered to policy holden It
unsurpassed by any Company doing builness In Canada,
IthasnoechemeBo. Insurance, but the
well-eRtablished lines, heuce the polioy
holders cannot be misled as to theft* contracts.
Itu statements to the public ean be read-
Hy understood, it*,'cat'i statement snowing every Hem of income and how expen-
Its position Isnscertnlned annually from
a_4?*?tt?ll.y-^wUon In whlob every Item
of liability is included.
Its progress has been unexampled tn
the history of Insurance in Canada.
Its policies are indisputable after three
years, and nonforfeitable after two years'
existence.
Its proflts are distributed upon an equitable oasis, The proflts to one olass of
policy holders.aro not lessened to give
larger proflts to any other olass, whioh
method affords superior advantages over
tbe uniform bonus plan of distribution.
Liberal Conditions as to KciMeaecaad
Travel.
i. k. macdonald,
Managing Dlreotor.
T. R. PEARSON
Agent, New Westminstet
JeT-Smo-altemate.
r.u mill.
DBAIKH _ IHPORTIHII.N
DryGoods
CLOTHING
GROCERIES
JUST RECEIVED IN DRY OOODS,
A NEW STOCK
In all shades and material ot DRESS
OOODS, including Cashmeres, Merinos,
Silks, Satins, Blaek and Colored Velveteens and Plushes. COTTONS (bleached
and unbleached). LININGS, BUTTONS, HOLLANDS, ftc. Gray, White,
Scarlet and Checked FLANNELS. LADIES GLOVES, in Cotton, Wool, Silk
and Kid. Ladiea Merino and Lamb
Wool Vests. JERSEYS, all prices.
Hosiery, Muslins, Diaper Irish Linen,
Brilliants, fto., ftc.
Men's Clothing!
For Quality, Style, Fit and Price,
can't be touched.
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
In every Liue. Cotton, Merino snd
Wool Underwear, Wliite Shirts, Cuffs,
Collars, Gloves, Braces, Cardigan Jackets, ftc. Also, Cotton, Merino, Cashmere, Lambs Wool and Knit SOCKS, in
great variety.
Also, HATS and CAPS, Ladies' and
Gents' RUBBER GOODS and UMBRELLAS.
In House Furnishing Goods
Carpets, Rugs, Window Poles with
Rings and Mountings, Window Holland
(Buff, Green and Striped), Damask and
Cretonnes, Sheetings, Towels, White
Counterpanes, Bleached and Unbleached
Table Linens, Napkins, Tickings, Blankets and Antic-down Quito, Table Cloths
and Ce»m
IN GROCERIES
Everything found tn a flrst-class Establishment; and none but the best. Canned
Goods, Fruits, Meats and Vegetables.
I deal .Mr meat (lootls. Iil.albar
Ilea, ar keep Ikeaa. bat I tsWet »•■ tk.
swst aad al Ike lowest trice Ike, eaa a*
aaid at. aad ra* fM wkal wa ref Mint
ilnoM.
Opposite the Colonial Hotel.
Men's, Boys' * Children's Straw Hats.
By calling and making ah inspection
Qf our SPRJNG GOODS, you will find Mt
for Price, Quality and Elegant Designs,
they cannot be equalled elsewhere.
Dressmaking on the Premises.
S3TAgents for the■';|>cniestic, Sewing Machine Co.
dwap6tc
WALKER  & SHADWELL,
New Westminster, B„ C.
H. M. CUNNINGHAM £ CO
OOI_TJ"_v<I_3I_*_. STKBBT,
dap20tc
Bargains!   Bargains
Mil. 9nr Watches, DiamoDd Bings.
BRACELETS, PINS, LOCKETS, CHAINS, *C.
Also a large  assortment  of   SILVER   PLATED   WARE
KNIVES, FORKS, SPOQNS, &c
S3** All Goods guaranteed to be as represented.
C. M. McNaughten,
dw-jaigtc Colonial Block, New Westminster, B. C.
4-J	
-VTOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
60 days after date, we Intend making
application to the Chief r-ommlRstoner of
Landi and Worki rfoppermlHHiontnpnr-
ehaie 100 acros or timber landa on Howe
Sound, described as follows:
Commencing at a poit sot on lhe Nortii
shore of ThornboroiijhehHiincI, nenr Its
head, thenoe North wchatnK, tlit-nee West
20ohalns, South 80 ohalns; thence East to
plaoe of commencement.
ROYALCITY PLANING MILU CO.
(Limited)
JOHN HENDRY, Manager.
New Westminster. Mnreh 1st, 1887.
dmhlml
0. B. Ackermai.       T. Ackernan.
ACKERMAN BROS.,
CONTRACTORS! BUILDERS
EsllasalM film, aa W«k aaywkrre la
IktCII'ar faiwlry.
rERFKCT SATISFACTION nUAHAN-
TEED IN ALL CARES.
Wo have come to stay and pot-sons eon*
templatlna building will do veil to sec na
before giving their contracts..
dwmhslto New Wcalulaslcr, Uov n.
W. PROTHERO & CO.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IW
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE.
REMOVED
49-To shop lately occupied by Mr. Paroy,.
Columbia Street,
Call and examine our stook and prices
l-of-irv i*u)-|na. Wecnn't h»I'NBUMI*
In the city, Repalrlugof all kinds neatly
done. W. PROTHERO A CO.
selflto
WHITE
IS KING!
NOTICE.
XTOTICE IS HEREBY OtVi-.N THAT
rt thirty days after dntc wo Intend winking application to Ilie Chief Oommltalon-
cr of Lnnds and Works lor a lea-e for timbering pnrnosesof llic following deKcrlbed
lands, situate on llic cunt side of Harrison
ljike, up a creek generally known ns
T\tcnly*mlle Creek, wliere a stake hns
been planted on tlie water's edge of ilie
creok nbout one mile from Harrison l.nko;
thonco running ln n sontll-cnslerly direction forty (40) chnins; Ihenee In n northeasterly direction eight hundred (800)
ohalns; thence running in a north-westerly direction forty (Ml chains, more ov
less, to tho wator's edge of said ereek:
thenoo following tho water's edge of oreek
eight hundred (800) chain,,more orless,
tothe point of commencement—containing three thousand two hundred (3200)
acres, more or less, nud to-be known as
Limit C.
Also, the following innds situate on the
opposite sine of thc crock U. Limit c, and
to be known as Limit D, commencing
-shore a slake has been planted about one
Mie trom Harrison Lake at the water's
edge of said creek; thence running In n
north-westerly direction forty HO) chains;
thenoe running In a north-easterly direction eight hundred (800) ohalns; thence
running In a south-easterly direction
forty lw] ohalns, mora or less, to snid
oreek; thence following the wator's edge
eight hundred 18001 ehnins, more or less,
to the point of commencement—containing three thousnnd two bundled [8200]
A-ss,mm*mmsk ^my
Vancouver, B. 0., Mareh IS, 1ST.
«mhl7m0
HAVINO SEOUKED THE .1GESCY
lor this celebrated Maohine, I
would be pleased to send ono ou trial to '
any peiwn desirous ol purchasing. The
Machines are sold on their own merits.
Every Machine, guaranteed, by the Com- -
pony lor five years.
C.   J.   ROBSON'S
Fruit, Confeotlonery A Fancy dataware Ik China Store,
CflUssbla It.,      .      Hew WM.
fljaatti    i- .■ .   . THE DAILY  COLUMBIAN
rtJBLisnED
Kvaa-r Aflrr-M» except Smt,y,
BY THK
IIITIM teltWIINI hUsTMlCOslMI* (UsIITIO,)
Ait-a Oompany'. Steam Printing
tahlianment, Columbia^*.
Delivered In the city dally.. ..So. psr week
Hailed dally, one year HMO
Mailed dally, six munths   6-60
UVHTWHO MTU ,01 THI BAIIY.
Traasleal AUvrrtUemenls.-Flrsllii sor-
tion* loots, per line solid nonpareil; each
subseqaent consecutive Insertion, 2oti por
Ilo*. A4vertlsoment> not Inserted every
day, Mete, per line each Insertion.
UU4I.I A«vem.e_!e»ts.--eg^«r
Boslnem or ProWlonal Advcrtlsemenls
Will be received atfollowlngrates! llneh,
B per month: % Ins. »;H ool. tk.SU; X col.
Kt?; 1 col. Iii II Inserted for less tlian I
mos. 10 percent will be added.
apeelal sMIees among reading matter,
go ota. per line eaoh Insertion, Specials
calling attention to advertisements, loots.
per line.
Births, Marriages and Deaths.il for each
insertion; Fonerel Notices In connection
with deaths, 60 els. eaoh Insertion.
Auellett sales, when displayed, oharged
23 per esnt less than transient advtj, If
solid, charged at regular transient rates.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
Israeli every Wed»«dnj Jt.rnlag.
Delivered ln tho City, per yenr...
Mailed, per year....	
Mailed, 8 months ,	
,..93.00
. -00
WEULV AsYIITIlim MTII.
Traasleal Advertlaeaseats.-First Insertion, 10 cts. per line solid nonpareil; subsequent Insertions, 5 cts. per Hue.
Martin Advertlseaa.ata.-For 1 Inch,
81.00 por month: 21ns.tf perm.*, 81ns. M
Kr m.; 1 col. IU.T5 per m. If Inserted for
is thau 8 mos. 10 per cent, will be added
to these rates. - „ ..
Special notices among reading matter,
eta. perllne each Insertion.
«!al. must be all metnl.nnd for large cuts
an extra rate will bo oharged.  No ndvl.
Inserted ln either Issue for less than tl*
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
By Law B. Dickinson
§aUg $vitish (Kolttmbian
■alarday Evealag, April >3, 1881.
Sonnet-Shadows.
Oat ol the murky clouds tlio moon roso
laat,
And with dispelling force her silver
beams
Clave through the darkness in a thousand
streams
Of glory, aa in dreamy thought I paae'd
Do«m the dim glades, when gloomy
eodars oast
Uucwtain shadows, shifting with the
glean-
That fell from oloudrilts, and my doleful
dreams
With their too fickle movements did contrast.
For all my fancies sprang from one deslro,
Like shadows cast by some strong, central light—
Sharp-outlined,   motiouless,    subdued,
empight,
Dark interferences of steady fire.
Love ia the sun, Illumining life's day.
And doubts, tlie shadows thrown along
ita way. G.B.B.
The bazaar at the Drill Shod waa
closed laat evening.
Yesterday's eastern mail did not arrive until 8 o'clock thia morning.
The W.U. wires went down south of
Nootsaok, W.T., thia afternoon.
The Gladys arrived from Chilliwhack
to-day with 70 head of cattle on board.
3 more can of eastern freight arrived laat night and 9 can were sent eaat.
Suburban lot of fifteen acrea for
sale for 1600.   Appl* to Rand Bros.
Sew lof of Ladies', Misses' and
dim's under wear at J. Ellard &
Co'a. dapi-to
Steamboat traffic between (he North
and South Arms and the iulet ia reported brisk.
Mr. Hemus, tho evangelist, will
preach in the Methodist church tomorrow inorninR.
A fine aaaortment of Men's, Youths'
and Boys' plain and fancy straw hate,
at J. Ellard & Co'a, dap22to
The Reliance went up to Chilliwhack
to-day. She will return to-morrow.
On Monday aha will go to Yale.
Ale*. Hamilton received a large slab
nf rough marble from Frisco yeaterday.
Ita dimensions are 5 ft. by 0J ft.
The Dunsmuir arrived from Nanaimo
thia afternoon. She brought over 20
tons of jmal for the anag but Samson.
Among the freight on bonrd the
Yosemite for Vicioria this morning,
were 850 hides from North Bend, 1100
sacks of oatmeal, and 8 heavy safes.
John Cole, it drunk, arrested by Constable Peane, waa up before the polico
magistrate. The magistrate admonished him not to got drunk again and
disoharged him.
The Boyal Oity mills are shipping
large quantities of lumber east to vari
ous points along the line of the C.P.R,
in the mountains. About 40 carloads
have been ahipped thia week.
About an inch of anow fell in Eau
Claire county, Wisconsin, recently
which Was covered with a thick layer
ofduat and ashes. No explanation
baa been found of the phenomenon.
The atr. Pearle arrived from the
North Aim to-day. The Pearl only
cornea to New Weatminator on Saturdays, making daily tripe from the
North Arm lo the Inlet on other days.
A; party of young. gentlemen
from thia city chartered the steam tug
Oriola last night and want to • dance
at Haney. They returned this morning. Thqy nport having spent in enjoyable night,
The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
Oompany has recently appropriated
116,000 for the establishment of a
technical school for railroad mechanics
and votaa to gin 190,005 annually for
ita maintena-n,
The various canneries on the river
are beginning to prepare actively for
tht season's busmen. They report
that the prospects (or putting up a
large onantity of salmon thia* year are
exceedingly good.
.. £. I****!'."' pntlemen who are ao-
Uoiting subaerlptions for the Jubilee
Hoapltal in Viotoria, visited Chinatown
in that city and frem four Chinese
merchants obtained the sum of three
hundred and fifty dollan.
*i""S,<>' the peace in a West
V_iiota "Hl«e recently Sued « fisherman tsmttllt tot insisting in the course
of a trial before iho sapient magistrate
tkatH-aV-MM had something to do
with tl* tl* ni flow el tha tides.
The representative of a prominent
lumber firm near Calgary is in the city
witli a view to securing a contract from
the C.P.R. head-quarters at Moody
for supplying lumber for tho anowaheds
to be erected in the mountains during
the coming summer.
The O.P.R. are about to erect a
huge foundry at Fort William on tlio
Kaminstiqua rivor, at the hoad of
Lake Superior, to which point cool and
iron can be convoyed at a low rato in
water craft. When those works aro
completed it is believed tho Winnipeg
foundry will bo transferred to Fort
William, where a largo force of men
will bo employed.
Ill-fitting boots and shoes cause corns.
Holloway'a Corn Cure is tho article to
use. Get a bottle at once and cure your
corns,
Y. M. 0. A.—Wm. Spencer Hamp*
son. of Auckland, New Zealand
(brother of Mrs. Hampson-Hemus)
will address the Y. M. 0. A. nt the
Court House to-morrow afternoon at
4 o'clock.
• * .	
A Nbbd-d Improvemeht.—Mr. L.
F. Bonson is taking up a collection
from the citizens for tlio purpose of
placing a sidewalk covering over tho
large hole at present in front of the
free library. .Such a sidewalk would
be a great improvement.
TAXKS,--We remind any of our
readen who may be in arrears to the
ci.y for taxes that the time limit Is up,
and unless those in arrears pay at
once they are liable to be sued without notice. Wc understand several
accounta bavo already been placed in
court for collection.
Immioeaots.—About 550 immigrants
arrived in Winnipeg during this week.
The majority of thom aro English and
Canadian, but n fow nro Swedish and
Scandinavians. Tho greater pnrt of
them ore on their way west nnd will
settle near Calgary and along the line
of tho O.P.R. m this province.
Tim Emeu.— Tho Louiso und tlio
tug Tacoma fastened thoir hawson
at high tide yeaterday to tho stranded
Elder and auccoeded in removing her
on* the sandbank into deep water.
The Elder haa sustained no damage
whatever.' After rearranging her
cargo, she steamed out of the Inlet last
evening on her way to Victorin.
  .j.	
Chanoe.—Mr. J. E. Cowderoy. of
the firm of Cowderoy & Taylor, Port
Moody, came up on tlio Yosemite yeBterday from Ladnen, Mr. Cowderoy
was in Ladnen for the purpose of
making arrangements to open
a grocery store nt that place.
Business at Moody ia steadily decreasing, and Mr. Cowderoy contemplates a
removal of hia business to the Delta.
A Panther Fight.—-A correspondent writing from Mission Station
gives ua the following account of the
killing of a panther by a pnrty of section men, which happened aome days
ago near the station. Discovering the
animal lying aaloep, they immediately
attacked him with their picks and
large rocks. The animal immediately
jumped to his feet and fought most
desperately, until one of the men hit
him a tremendous blow on the head,
which stunned him. After that iho
men easily disposed of him. During
the fight one of the men received an
ugly wound, the sear of which will remain with him.
Excursion to North Bend.—On
May 24th an. excunion will run to
North Bend over the line of the C. P.
R., under tho auspices of the Y.M.C.
A. Aa some of the grandest scenery
along the whole length of the C.P.R.
liea between Hope and North Bend,
including the far-famed canyons of the
Fraser, thia exounion will afford an
easy opportunity to everyone to go
and see for.himself these wonders of
nature. The excunion train leaves
thia city about 8o'clock a.m.,returning
about 0:30 in the evening. Tickets
for the round.trip are S3, but to those'
who purchase beforo May 7th a reduction of 50 eta. per ticket will be made.
The Mission. -Mr. Hemus delivered a moat excellent address in the
Baptist church last night. At 8
o'clock to-night the third preliminary
union meeting will bo held in Iho
Methodist church, and will be addressed by Mn. Hampson-Hemus.
To-morrow night tho mission will' be
opened by a meeting in tbe Drill
Shod, to bsgin at 8 o'clook, when
Mrs. Hampson*fiemtis will deliver an
addreis. We are requested to aay
that the regular services in the Bap
list and Methodist churches will begin to-morrow night at the usual hour
(7 o'clock), but tho services, will be
concluded in time tn enable all memben of tbe congregation to reaoh tho
Drill Shed meeting before the address
begins. Meeting, will be held in the
Drill Shed orery night next week except Wednesday night.
 + :ii,—'■—i—-—*.
Aboot Those Teieorams. — Our
riend on Church atreet goea a long
dist-ince through the bush to avoid
meeting the challenge of the Columbian in which it was proposed to demonstrate whether the telegrams we
publish are stolen or paid for. We do
not propose to follow hia example, but
shall keep right to the point. There
is no fear of fraud oh our part,became
the condition of the challenge was that
we ahould prove to the satisfaction of
any three honorable oitiaena that our
telegrams were received direct from
the telegraph offlco and paid for, or
forfeit 1100 to the hospital. If our
proof fails, Ihe MOO will certainly be
forfeited, and we shall even ..let pur
cotemporary choose the committeo
who ahall be our judges! Doea our
cotemporary accept, or doea it suit his
purpose better to act the part of a
coward who makes charges whieh he
dare not face before a committee of.
hia fellow men) He cannot escape
the stigma of cowardioe while he declines to accept thia challenge.
If your children are troubled with
warms, give thom Mother Graves' Worm
Exterminator) safe, sure, effectual. Try
it, and mark the Improvement iu your
child. "■■-', ,
Personal.
Passengers per str. Dunsmuir from
Nnnnlmo to-day; Mr. and Mrs. Hammond ond I) children, Mrs. Konwick,
W. Moresby, Mitchell, Vigie, Pierce,
S. Anloldi, S. Houston, Lumbort,
Hawks.
Pnssongors por ntv Gladys, from
Chilliwhaek, to-day: Mrs. Smith, Misa
Best, Miss Smith, Misa E. Smith, 6
cliildren, Mr. and Mra. Merrit, Miss
Men-it, Mr. nnd Mrs. Miohaud, Moln*
tosh, Rankin, N. Rankin, G. Smith,
Dunvillo, Morton and eon. Patten,
Beckett, Gallagher, Apricot, Jenkins,
Gilley, Sin*, Smith, McCann, Murray,
Sinclair.
At tho Colonial: J. H. Barr, Calgary! F. Romaino, J. J. O'Farrcl,
Calgary; Jns. Codville, wife and child;
W. M. S. Holden, W. Holden, Thos.
Holden, H. R. Holden, Warwick*
shire, Eng.; Geo. Oalderwood, Victoria; E. W. Campbell, Vancouver; 0.
R. King, Victoria; A. Rasob, Victoria; T. Brighouse, Vanoouver; D. S.
Miller, Semiahmoo.	
condensed Despatches.
Furlong's mill at Formoy, Ireland,
is burned.   Loss, £80,000.
A plot, for the kidnapping of Senator Sherman while on Ina recent visit,
to Cuba, has just beon discovered.
IxmsoKKi'toN' in Dan- briug on dye*
pepsin and irregularity of the bowels.
Kit only wholesome food, and If the
trouble has not become permanent—as
it is very prone to do—try a coune of
Northrop k Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure. The combined
ell'ects astonish and delight and sufferer,
who soon begins to digest well, regain
functional regularity and improve In
nppitite; the mood becomes pure, and
good health is restored.
 ♦ <*. ,
Fads and Figures.
Tho 60,000 Froncli who lived in
Lower Canada when the English conquered it have increased to 1,289,920.
The population of Athens has increased during the centuiy from 10,-
000 to 100,000, and the city has now
steam and hone railroads.
There are in the United States 5,-
3.18 libraries, containing 205,022,076
volumes, or onough to furnish three
books to every living inhabitant,
It is estimated that over 1,800 locomotives were built in the United States
during the past year. They cost about
815,000,000. Tho number of locomotives smashed up is not given.
In a recent speech in Boston John
Boyle O'Reilly said that at a low estimate thore were sent from Boston
$560,000, and from New York city
$1,000,000 each year by tho Irish to
their relatives in Ireland.
There ought to bo a way in which
tho jurisdiction of the interstate commerce commission could -be extended
to the Isthmus of Panama. On that
short rood the faro frpm one end to
tlio othor is $5 to natives and $25 to
strangers.
Thero aro 450,000,000 postal cards
manufactured annually. Two-cent
postage did not lessen the use of postal cards, but checked the growth of
their use for somo little time. The
cheek hue been overcome, and the publio is using more and more postal cards
everyday.
At Ansonia, Conn., a few days ago,
a clergyman married a couple and
afterward discovered that the license
.had been issuod in another town. In
great perturbation over what ho considered an illegal marriage, he hunted
up tho couple, who thought they were
living in lawful wedlock, and insisted
upon marrying them ngnin in the proper town.
 —- .  ■*   .	
Some Interesting Beginnings,
Envelopes were fint used in 1830.
Tho lint stool pen waa made in 1830,
The -lit Inciter match was made in
1758. ■
The first iron steamship was built in
1830.
The fint balloon ascent was made in
1798.    ;
Couches were first used in England
in 1509,'
The lirst steel plate Was discovered
in 1830.
Tho firat hone railroad was built in
18267.
Tho firat daily newspaper appeared
in 1702.
Tho first telescope was uaed in Eng.
land in 1608.
' The first watches were made at Nu*
renbur in 1477.
Locomotives were fint used in
America in 1820.
Kerosene waB fint used for lighting
purposes in 1826.
The fint copper cont was coined in
New Havon 1687.
The first newspaper was published
in the U.S. in 1790.
The firat printing proas in tlie U.S.
was worked iu 1620.
Glass windows were fint introduced
into England in the eighth oontury.
Tho firat steam engine on thia continent wob brought from England in
1753.
Tho first complete sewing machine
was patented byEliaa Howe, jr., in
1840.
The firat telegraph instrument waa
successfully operated by Professor
Morse in 1842.
The firat attempt to manufacture
pins on this continent was made soon
after the war of 1812.
The first Union flog was unfurled on
January 1, 1776, over the camp at
Cambridge. It hod thirteen stripes of
white and rod and retained the Britiih
oross in one-comer,
Mrs: A. Nelson, Brantford, writes: "I
was a sufferer from Chronic Dyspepsia
for eleven yeara. Always after eating,
an intense burring sensation in the stomach, at times vesy distreesbig, caused a
drooping and languid feeling, Whioh
would jest for several hours after eating.
1 was recommended by Mr. Popplewofl,
Chemist, of our eity, to try Northrop ft
Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and Dys*
peptiu Cure, and I am thankful to say
that I lmvo not been botter for yean;
that burning sensatlonand languid feel*
ing a, all gone, and food goes not lie
heavy on my -stotnaoh. Othen of my.
family have used It with best results.
Wholesale city Market.
_..!,    per 10011) nm ooasiaoo
Porl,       "        moos ia oo
Mutton       »  10 00 « ll t»
Hides(gr'n)"            0 00® 7 00
Potatoes    "          1 i-i Qi 0 no
Turnips      "           OHO a 0 75
Carrots       "           0 00(8 0 75
Parsnip,    »           0 75S100
Beets         "           0 75@ 100
Cubtanso     "            2»@ *"> 00
Onions        "            3 00® 0 00
Apiilos       "   SOO® » 00
Pears          "'         apl 2 50
Wheal        9           ISO© 175
Oat.          '•           lOOej 180
Peas          "          loom ooo
Hny,      nor lon   81 oo 123 oo
Butter (rolls) per Bi  <>»(«) ooo
Cheese,    '•'>--•'   0 20« ooo
Eggs,     perdos  o **■»«.* ooo
Geese,       eaoh  1G0& 175
Duck*          "          CIM 0.10
Chickens,     '        0 60(3 0 75
Turkeys, per lb      ....„  0115(3 0 30
Cordwood (retail) per curd...... 3 5061 4 00
The Great Frenoh Remedy, Dr. Lo*
Duo's Periodical Pills. Theso Pills aro
compounded from tho purest drugs, and
from those only which nre known to act
upon the Generative Organs in Females.
They are first enclosed in an air-tight
capsule, and by this means made to retain their lull strength for years In any
climate. Ask us for private circulur.
A. M. Hksmso _ D. S. Cubiis k Co,,
New Westminster! T. MoNeoley, Ladner's Landings H. MoDowoll k Co., Vancouvor; Phnbury ft Co., Nnnaimo; T.
Pickard, Denman Island; A. E. Johnson
ft Co., Chemainus) R. B. Richardson
Cowichan; W. E. McCartney k Bro.,
Vnncouverand Kamloops; Hastings Saw
Mill Co., Vanoouver; Tho Vancouver
Drug Co., Vancouvor; J. B. Lovell, Ynlo;
W. R. Megaw, Priest Valley; H. Clark
k Co,, Kamloops; Lasoley k Co.,
wholesale agents, Victoria.    d\vse28yl
§T. PAUL'S Clltmoil. Services every Sunday nt 11 A. M. and 7 p. m. In
e Church, St. John stroot, below Roynl
avenue. Seats free, all ure oordlnlly Invited.  Sundny Seliool ut 2.30 P.M.
(le-llc)
HI-KTHODHT CHURCH, Maiy St.
jyl Rev. C. Watson, Pastor. Scrvlcos nt
11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday School nnd
Bible Clnss 2:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting on
Thursdays at 8 p. m. Seats free; strmiKors
cordially Invited. Je7-lc.
APTI8T CHVRCH, Agnes Street,
l East of Mary Street. Rev. Robert
_jnnle, Pastor. Lord's Uny Servloosnt 11
a. m. and 7 p. m. Sabbath Rohool nnd
Bible Class al 211)0 p. m. Alt senls free;
strangers cordially welcomed.   d-do21tc
B
A     UNION LODGE No, 9, A. F.
^W\f * Ai M.—Tho regular Com-
jL_#T man! cations of this Lodge nre
/▼A held on the first -Monday hi ench
month. Sojourning brethren are cordially invited to attend
PETER ORANT,
fe23*tc Secretary.
The Confederation Life.
Tlie uiDuol report at this eolidly proa*
peroui Canadian institution will be found
in another column. The foots revealed
in the accounts and the Directors' report
thoroughly justify the ecomiums whioh
the shareholders present bestowed upon
the management. Thanks to the resolute
tnanner in which tho Company has de*
dined to embark upon extravagant
methods of piocnring busineis, the working expenses oi the company bear to the
total income the very small ratio of bo*
tween 17 ond '8 por cent. A point attesting the soundness of the finances of
the Company is the tact that the interest
income is suffic'-nt to pay tho death
claimu—wliioh ia a company of tho age of
the Confederation Life is something to be
proud of. The ass ts and liabilities are
set forth In minute detail, and the tables
show that, after making allowance for all
possible contingencies and providing for
every debt, there is a surplus of 8282,199
over liabilities and capital combined.
The increase In the assets In the last year
wu 1260,390. So much for what can he
done by rigid adherence to what the
President defined as the true policy of
the Company, viz:—-"To keep its balance
sheet right and avoid unnecessary, unwise, or extravagant expenditure for the
sake merely of increasing new business."
—Toronto Qtohe, T. B. Pcarson ft Co.
are agents for this company in British
Columbia. mlOta
A BY-LAW
Tor ihe fioferantnt of tbe Fire
Departaeat of the City of New
Weitmlnster.
THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY
of New Westminster enacta as follows:
1. The Flre Department shall coiiHlst of
the existing Flre CompiinleH, ami such
other Companies nsmn.v he from time to
time admitted.
2. Theoffleers of the Flro Department
shall consist of a Chief lOngtnecr, nnd un
Assistant Engineer.
:,. The ftr»t election under thin By-law
for Chief Engineer und AKslHlnnt Engineer, shall tako place on the rccoihI Monday in January next, nnd alt Rubsmuent
elections nhal Itake plnco on tho second
Monday In January ln ench yenr thereafter.
4. The persons at present holding tho
positions of Chief Engineer ond Assistant
Engineer, shnll hold ofllce until tho first
election under this lly-lnw, and until
their successors are elected, nnd during
such time they ahall hnve nnd may exercise all the powers herein vimf-Tred upon
the persons holding tho Mild offices.
fi, Tho nomination and election nf tho
Chief and Assistant Engineer, shall lm
held and conducted In accordance with
the provisions of the MunlclpnlltleM Aot
Sivernlng the election of Mayor und
ounclllors for the time being In force,
save aa hereinafter provided.
6. All persons entitled to vole for Iho
election of Mayor and Con null lorn, nnd
nil native members of the Flro Department of one year's gooil standing, shall
he qualified to vote at the election of Chief
Engineer nnd Assistant Engineer.
7. The Chief Engineer shull havo power
to organ Ihb as many Flro Com pan Us, Honk
nnd Ladder Companies,Hulviiiir roiiipiiti-
les, or other CnmpBnl'.siw he mny .kern
necessary for the efllei-riey of the Dep*irl-
ment, and suoh rom pun Ich and tli*lr
offloersshall he subject to tlm direction
nnd control uf tlie Chiof Engineer under
oil circumstances, except such eomrol
would affect the suld C<>mpnnl<-s In the
management nf their own fundsnnd com*
pany business meetings.
8. In nil cose where the expenditure of
money Is Involved In organising new
Companies [by the Chief Engineer] he
ahalfflrstobtain tho consent of the City
Counoil beforo proceeding to organise
suoh new compnny or companies,
9. All moneys received by  the Chief
Engineer for tho uso of the Department,
shall be disbursed by him for such purposes In connection with his department
as he may deem expedient.
10. In all cones when the expenditure
by the Chief Engineer nf a sum of money
exceeding Twenty Dollars is Involved, ho
shall, where practicable, publicly call for
tenders,
11. The Chief Engineer shall cause a
semi-annual report to bo mode to tho
Municipal Council of the amount at property belonging to the Flre Department,
and lis condition; of the financial state of
the Department, and of the respective
companies, and of tbe number of men en*
rolled, with any other, I information or
recommendations he may deem ndvlsa*
ble. Much reports shall be mndo up to
the :»lh dny of June, and the 81st day of
December In eaoh year, and shall be do;
Ilvered to the City Clerk within seven
days thereafter.
1% The Chief Engineer shall In nil coses
of flro, or nlorm thereof, hove solo and
entire control over all apparatus, and
members of the Flro Deportment.  Ho
moy oall out the Department, or port
thereof for drill, and may.call out the
wholo Department for parade. He shall
have power, and It shall be his duty to
suspend ony engineer. Company oflicer, or
Company for dfsobedionce of, or unnecessary delay In executing his orders, or the
orders of tho Assistant, or for disrespectful
language. He shall she thnt oil flro apparatus-Fire Company houses,and public
cisterns are kept tn good order and condi
tion, and rouort to Lhe Municipal Council
repairs or supplies requ Ired by tha Department or any Company thereof. '-He shall,
upon looming of uny improper practice
in nr a hon I. Uie hoiltfo of any Company,
it»tlfy the captain orforcnian thereof the
sumo-ami upon their rop ill Hon, roport the
name or nnmeii of tho offenders, iind foots
connected therewith, to the Company
whon noxt convened. No supplies eon he
ordered without being endorsed by tho
Chief Entflpeoi*.
13. Ifiitnny flro tlio Ohlof EiiRliieoi, or
in his absence* tho Assistant Engineer,
should consider that the progress of snch
flro might he stayed liy the pulling down
of a building or buildings, he nrthey shall
coiifio suoh building or buildings to be
pulled down; and In tho absonoo of both,
the first Captain of any compnny
on tho ground, uny, with tho consent of
the mayor, nr«.f ft Flre Warden, cause
sueh building or buildings to be pulled
down.
1., Tho Assistant Engineer ahull Immediately upon arriving at fires report
himself to the Chief Engineer for his
ordors. At fires oi^ilnnns thereof Chief Or
Assistant Engineers shnll convoy their
orders to Companies by tlieir respective
members, and if m-acttt-iibletothe officer
In command, whon over the Chief Ergl-
neor shnll bo absent from tho city,or shall
bo prevented from dlsuharglng tho duties
of his ofllce, Iho Assistant Engineer
Khali perform the duties and possess the
rights and powers of said .oflicer during
such disability or tibsence,
16. The oflicers of the Knglne companies
shall consist of n Captain, iiflrt-t Lieutenant, and second LIcutonunt, and suoh
other officers ns the companies may deem
necessary.
10. Tho ofllcora of tho Honk nnd Lnddor
Companies niiall consist of o Foreman,
a first Assistant Foreman, u second Assistant Foreman, and Midi other officers ns
the company may deem necessary.
17. Other companies thnn Flre nnd
Hook nnd LadUm* Companies shall hove
power to appoint such oflicers ns they
may doom necessary, provided nlwoys
that such appointments do nnt In nny
way conflict with tho working of other
Companies,
18. Each and every Company shall keep
its apparatus in good order nnd condition,
-othatttlie sonic shall be ready for instant
service; they slial I during a flre or alarm
thereof have an offlcei* In ehnrge of their
apparatus, and others ln charge of their
branch pipes, It shall be the duty of
said oflicers to recelvo their orders from
tho Chief and Assistant Engineer., ond
convey tlio snme to their Company or
branenmoh as may be required.
111. Euch the Com pit uy slinll havo power
lo elect Its owu nfliire.rji, and lo make such
rules, regulations mid ii,\**litws,nsinny be
deemed noei-ssitry for its govornment,
provided that nil such rules, regulations
and by-laws sball not conflict with tliose
ofthe Department-.
20, The captain o.v.u*h engine company
and Foreman of eueb Hook ami Ladder
Company, shall lmvo (.liargo of the apparatus belouging to liis Company, Tho
captain of men Engine l.oinpuuy shall at
fires direct tho pltK-litg of tho npparntus,
und have elm lire and direction of the
hosemen. Tho at] plain of every Compnny
shall preserve onler and dislpllno nt oil
times among the members of tho Company under him.
21. ThecantnitiRiir fore -non of Companies
shalt roport promptly to the Chief
Engineer, any brenkago or disarrangement of the apparatus, or repairs required
to tho house under their respective charge,
nnd shall see that the same uro kept in
good order and condition. Thoy shall at
tiros oralnnns thereof, see that tho ordors
of the Chief aud Assistant Engineers ore
fiunctually obeyed. They shall certify to
lie correctness of tbo Annual and Voting
Kollsof their respective Companies. They
shall In nccordonaa with the provisions of
the amended Protection Act, send to the
Shcrlft'on or before the Lllh dny of July
in each year, a full ami correct list of tilt
their active members
22. Whenever tie Coptnln of a Company
shall bo absent from a tiro orulnrm thereof, or from sickness or other causes be
unable to attend to Mie duties of his offlce
all his rights, powers and responsibilities
in and lo the Department, shall devolve
upon tlto First [ileu ten ant, of Such Com*
finny, durliigsiifh absence or disability, or
n kls absence upon ib« Second Lieutenant.
2*1. Hook and L.nhlor Companies nt oil
tires must report thomsolvoB the snmeos
other Companies and await the orders of
IhoCliief or A'»sislant Engineer.,
21. The duties of Hook and Ladder Companies shall be to pull down buildings
aud render any other assistance ordered
by the Chief nr Assistant Engineer.
2."). No member of the Oeparlmcnt shall
carry into or keep in uny lire station or
house in the Department any intoxicating llipiors. Any mem her of the Department who shall be Intoxicated
in or about any of th* I'epiir'inent
houses, or at a live, shall be suspended or dismissed from the Depnrtment, nt
the option of tlie Chief Engineer or tbe
company to which he belongs.
20, Thc Mayor and Council shall have
control aud management of tlie public
property nnw pertaining to tho Firo Do-
pnrtincnt of tin- snid City of No**v Westminster, nnd shall from lime. 16 timo In
their discretion pr-rclmse, add to, and
acquire whop lmcesKiir.-.', or shall dispose
of when not required for tlie use ofthe
Department, Engines, Ilosc-earrlages,
Hose, ami such other property as tho exigencies of the Depart ment mnv require.
27. No person will he allowed In the
din'ercnt nouses of tho DcpurtmcnMinless
they bo with n member of a Company,
without permission of llmChlcf Engineer,
and tho person In charge at each Department house, must si i: that this rule Is enforced. No person shall bo allowed to
Interfere with firemen In the discharge of
their duties.
■ 2H. All By-Laws heretofore enabled relating in oity wise whatsoever to the Fire
Department are hereby repealed.
•21). This By*law mav be cited as the Flro
Depnrtment Ily law, I8S7.
lly-lnw rend a third time and passed by
Ihe Municipal Council on tlio tth dny of
April, A.D..1S87.
ItccoiWderod, adopted, and tlto Heal of
tho Corporation appended this nth dny of
April, 18S7.
H. DICKINSON, Mayor.
1,8.
J AH. A. UOIlINSnN.C.M.C.
itiipl2.Hl
LITHOGBAPHES PLANS
—or tiii:—
Town nf Calgary
I SOU   HM.K    AT   '1'llOMKON   111108.'
1    ltinil.stn.i-, Vliiii-ouvi-'r. n. C.  Prlrt--
,1.00. il-tii-lli-sa-wS
If You Want ai.nod Meal
■ —ao to-—
MUS. .II'NXI). .HcMilli'S
NEW .RESTAURANT
Ull front Slreel,
tlrip.lml	
Piano Tuning.
Rllt.O. II. QOODWI***, OK VICTOIUA,
1V1 will vlKll Nov WvslniliiBh'r ahortly,
wr ii lew tl:i?*\   QrfloVH tor liming mny uo
U'ltUt Ij'-lll'S H.Hlltflt',...'.
ilnii'-Wi! GOODWIN AJOKDAN.
-3_"03K,-
Cream & Fancy Cakes
 CIO   fij-.—■
A. DIEBEL'S
FRONT STBEKT,  Ol'l'. C, V. N. Whaiik.
iletaitci
SPRINGJSSIZE!
Sheriff's Notioe,
XTOTICE IH BUTRBDY tilVRN THAT
j\ Oil Coroner**!, Keepers of Glial* and
Houdoa of CorrccMon in my Ilalllwick,
who mny lmvo buuinesH thereat, ore ro.
quired to attend the Kittluffii of the Court
of AssliEi. (o be hohlei, at I lie Court HoUHO
In the City of Nmv Went minuter, oa Wed*
nrMltty. Ibe 41 h dny of Hay tirxt, otll
o'clock a. m.; thnt thu roll of irrand nnii
fictlt Juror* who have heen mimmoned
ortho-aid iinnI/cu-III bo palled ovor at U
o'clock it. in, nn tliedaieiilioveRiven, ond
all nerHouH will ho expeoted to atlRwer to
their names*. Petit juror-- fnlllllK loan*
Nworwill hn liable to lose their day'**, pay
and Mtbjcct t henif-olvoH to a fine,
Wi J. AHMHTIIONG,
Sheriff.
New WeiitmlnHtcr, April 23,1887.    dflSftl
5598-
HEW GOODS
We have just Received and Opened this
Week large shipments of New Spring
Goods, assorted as follows:
Fancy Dress Goods,
Black brass Goods,
Dress Trimmings & Linings,
Printed Cottons&Ginghams
Dress Muslins & Piques
Black Silks A Satins.
Lace Curtains & Counterpanes.
Table Linens. Nankins &
Towclings.
Kid Gloves, Corsets & Hosiery.
Embroideries, Laces & Edgings.
-Collars, Cnffs & Handk'ch'fs
Clothing, JUtt*-, and Hen's Furnishing Ooods,
Carpets, Linoleums, Oil Cloths and Mats.
ALL OFFERED AT V-RY 0LO8E PRIOES.
April 2,1887
D. DRYSDALE & CO.,
73 Columbia St., Kew Westminster.
ring
•JUBILEE YEAR 1887.
Just received in our Millinery and Dress
Department, the Newest Designs from London Dlreot, consisting of
NOVELTIES IN HATS.
The Battenbcrg, Lady Churchill, Queen's Jubilee, Norfolk, Chandos,
Rutland, Suffield, Pagoda, Marchioness, Ellen Terry, Purl, new
and striking Sailor Hats and Boating, Picnic and Sun Hats in
numerous varieties,
ROBE COSTUMES.
Silks and Striped Satins. Aigrettes, Ornaments, Plumes nnd
Trimmings of all descriptions. „ ». ;-, i:( Up.''
, ■. '•Bl'       Jy-.. " -1
Great additions have been made to our usual heavy Stock, in
every Department, including Men's Clothing and Furnishing.
JAMES ELLARD & CO.,
riwapeto
SPRING&SUMMER
1887.=
1887.
Call and give us the
pleasure of showing our
Stock, which is now complete in every department.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
dwtpiatu
d. h. McMillan & bro.
OITY ROLLER FLOUR MILLS,
Qu'Appelle Roller Mills.
ATJ-.-_P__l.p-~B UTJL-XO~r,
jar Ask (or MeVllUi'i Iraili, ■■inrin and Btrow Bikers, »w«d«i
l)iplom»snd Msdtl ii tht ColonUl Eihlfltlon, London, Eng*! Ftal Prise tt
rroTlnoMEslilblUon, Winnipeg, Itwltoh., 1888. dspOml

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