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Array Hob A B B D»»*«
VOLT/MK 2
NEW WESTMINSTER, *A 0.V SATURDAY EV*ffl!tT[Sp,?A?Eit 0, Ml.
ornos houpjs-io a. ■
to Is aadliMtalp.nl,
i. loll noon'! S
dnolMo
I, «.*»««.*-A»,». A.sJffgH^f,
OFFICE: HoKsnsIs Street, nnt door I
MUMud.
Bill __._......__^^_
MSIPENOEi Aines Street, third how.
from Man- Stmt.
omOC HOUMi lot* U; I to (', llM tot,
d-d.Uts
iPB>, B. A.,«. D.,
Rl
WHABP STRKKT
VICTORIA.
junsria tob
I'ma -a .*t *■***»**- *"■'■*•
t0 ] Nprth Britlf* ud Mercantile
Insurance Oo. Ibr Mainland.
.0. BEETON*00.
MFlnsbury Circus,
E.C.
Ma*nuTBWMm'^iitulnitif; E0.
OFFICII HOUHS-Ito 10a.m.; Itoland
Ml ta I p. ra. Oalli In town and country promptly attends* to. Mte
rjMMnl-tl^U,   .    ..,,,..-...
jy, ■.ARRttTlIM,
■OUOROBS, BIO
omo..ttoWasl.gti*«,»*wW.itmllnstor,
andVanoouT.r.B.0. Jylldwto
MiOMlGE
Cann TMM It «nogU» Btretti,
VICTORIA, B. C.
miiKO.iiciuiiM,ji, • • • win.
rjjlOU.BisTS' HE/I^UAnTER8;_PIRSTi
SlTOB, Ae.
**   Y-
HaKmala Wiaatj   ;    "■>.    .
dwt.m. S.'w Westminster, B.C.
TIT   -tOttUktS BOLB.
■TBAlfeir^AiljA^     "
LaadJU.nl. Hour to Loan.
Colnmbia Wrest,
salto . H.wWHtmlnstar,ac.
G.
w. nuir,
At A. J. Hill's
dwMK.
ARCHITECT.
war.
McKensle St.
n ■.clow,
ARCHITECT.
OFriCE,
Olinton sr
•HOB, ton
itonstrwt.
nos-ea
in
.„ ,-S. A.     -   -
Word m», b. I.fl«t D. Ljal's Booh-
/IAPT. PITTBBDBIOH,
SflfHWVf -Jf*
HoKsnsIs SIMM, N.W.
fl, ■•«»««■* -.M\       .nml.
ABCTIONEE**,     .
-    Ladner's Kandlai, ||
«wa»hl,asl Brit, Ool.
An.j3.na, *
ipect  tally
leases .ril.
-    Class In evorjrfssL—	
llM wltk all c.*v«leaees.r	
■•Ms. Nov and Elegant ln all Its Appointments. Mess afMerate.
This magnificent Hotel Is now open tot
the reception ot"—■'-
Tfl
MANUFACTURER OF
-W-^GJO-fcTS.
OOME AND SEE I
W. H. HOLDEN,
•AVINQ TAKEN P0BBK8*I0N OF
I the "Temperanco Housi," fronting
.juolomblaandOhuroh Streets,opposite
the Episcopal Church, and now (now*
Mth.
FARMERS' HOME!
BUI accommodate th. traveling public
th. following ratesi '
Board per day	
" week  ,
le Meals...
 ,100
 100
SB
25
gsfi:	
NftaGood acoommodaMou for Ladle* uid
fuuiltH. i      mytto
Flowers for sale
c. Mcdonough
HAVING TAKEN
Lpdbom'ii BuI'dhiR, Front St.
'. (Formerly oooupleitby Kyle * Tillon),
IS NOW READY
to serve his customers nnd. everybody
with tu good a Btock ei a nun wants to
select (rom.
Dry Ofotbt Omeerlet. ProvUlui,
Crockery, ■Blftuwar-w, Mil, Ac*
Gome ntid ice tbe new plaoe, and lot us
know what you thick of IU
dwocMKc C. MODONOUGH.
Safes, Hawing Machines,
liiery, VeXent Looks,
ig Maoliiu
Kepaired.
■ool
•ko., tke,
BLACK8MITHINC
cqB
Saving scoured flnt-class workmen, we
confident of giving satisfaction,
•ST Horse-shoeing a specialty.
dw-Jlylllo]   Colombia St., New Wwi.
m «. TBAPP,
AO<mOlr««BAJ»DAFPIlAJ»*«,
0*las*bai'8ti*«*-...,........N»w WasMister
All oommlssloni will nc.lv. prompt
aad earafal attention. But nf«nao«
gtvsn whm noulnd, mhU-to
W.D.FERRIS,
iMUVM.A AS*,
Lill. BOOS! url OBJUL ABB
■■Wl   mWHI  MM   MCHMMM    M.MS1S
'; ten and Debt Wrtleetof.  ' f
limit, (MM mm FOB SUE.
'^&£V«att^
■arlhrd. Can.
OFFIOE:
•ter.
•Finis glr*st,New Weatmln.
Mto
RAND BROS.
\\mwm
M
0**.v.yeii*.r., QoUaalara,
Ant lwiwaa*. Ag.*i.,
Oman at VICTORIA! Fort Wrest,
is
VanooWi
BUILDING LOT* for sala In all ssetlons
af Vancouver and Niw Westminster Clly.
Mi
',   slimS;
For I Will Speak.
HSAB &CS
Whereu on certain boughs and .sprays
Andsundryfl   ,
Hall to tne coming on of spring.
Sow diver, bird, are heard to sing,
' r lowers their heads upraise,
I iroRE8Altf Bjl
• able to span* In
 ..tint If
would have hem
the splendid
speak ItffiMf
they oould, no
•ard ere this of t!
assortmeni or
BOOTS and SHOES
Just received from the Eut, and which
are open to the Inspection of the Public.
' We have alao on hand a stoek of
Rubber Goods.
Which wa desire, easterners for at unce
Also, on hand! Ba* Toa rails*. Bay -*
srtla flr-tklet. Jrt|*k Bres.i-Lf.ka.
dwapltc
THE LEADING
ESTABLISHMENT
3HT Ml YlTWltlW-
Mainland of B. C.
Colaalal Hotel Itock, Colimkl* Bt.
WAITED.
jf\ RW.p ■III...
lars Inquireof p..
CIRCULAR SAWYER  FOR  8RU-
loot* 1*1 s)k0CI, Irom Mc upwsrds.
IMIABibker Ooodi A Tn-Tim
of all kinds.
muD'
TJAVINO BEEN .APPOINTED BOLE
II Agents In this Province for .numberot li-ullag manuf.ctur.rs In Canada,
wa ara pnpand to furnish prices and fnll
MwtleuTari of all kinds of machinery for , .  _     ..  *.~ „
able, both new and secondhand j alsoi
Uul'ld.n'Aupplle..
in Tool
■'*•:.?*-*•«!'.'-»-«
'ii!xf^r.
NOW BN ROUTE.
TfttS HOUSE MAKES ANNUALLY
a great reduction In prices to make
room tor the largest awl best assortment
of Boota snd Shoes ever imported Into
thU-wuntr-ajtain tbo principal Houses
>noif drjwt Britain, tin
id om great Dominion,
SOO LINES rXPT OH HAMO.
\mm>
N.LIIM OfUaiM', IlHOO' * Oklll.
ni'W'»)W**-i"'ii'tiri'f.'">
WM. ROSS,
  dwnolttc 	
FRASER * LEONARD,   l^^rr-r"
-       ■   --■ * .     frnmsmtskm   S   S, ' «*..  am    1*0*       *l-.-.*.Mal
Unglegr, & o^ Mar. M, IW. dw«h«w«
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURfiBRYMAN A DEALER IN
Frail and Ornamental Trees,
UONWi Landing, B.O.
fllHE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN-
J. form the people of British Colnmbia
that he has established a Nursery at Ladner's Landing, nnd Is prepared to fill
all orders for Fruit Trees, Ornamental
Tmes, Shrubbery. Vines, Small Fruits,
Ae. Trees Imported or home grown tc*
cording to the wishes of miBtomers, The
subscriber has had a thorough praotleal
training ln tho btulnoss, and having a
fiermanent stake In the country It Is nls
ntereHt to deal fairly with the public He
will watt upon the various towns and set-
lements shortly, and all ordem will have
<B personal attention.
^~ E. HUTCHERSON.
autatc
PAOIFIO
Carriage Works!
COLUMBIA STKEET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B.C.
NOW OS HAND, A LOT <SV
HlelRhs, Callers,
'' c BngRles,
Pwetons,
Democrat, Express
»nd r/arm Wagons.
Also, a lone stools of tmsi, Catflatai
Warn, aa* Slelsh M.lrrl.l.
Allot which will be KM CHEAP KOR
CASH.
■l-dcBto REID & OURRIK.
FOR  SALE.
m
nextt^Hollirr
:toi
:nowi
BTOCK
.jt Rtar*
ifKtl-Mt.
Safe for Sale.
A
sou
NO. .
. order;
Id cheap.
TAYLOB'H BAKE in nod
21IJS Inches Inside; will be
•AvtitVl «'ii oOfe. dwtellto
Shares for Sale.
inn SHARES IN THE BRUNETTE
WU Suwntfllllh.jitmlted.
H. L. DeBECK, Msnar"
1 in ACRES m_.
14U  Land on Lulo
Fraser River.  For
this offlce.
> Island* North Arm,
tf-Srjgjfjl
ONK-HALF INTEREST IN th. LANO-
Jcy.Svw^and Flatttn. Illllj •WJ "
th.
tcooil order.  For psVUcuiat*, al
premises to
I Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JAC1 ,
opiate A HELMCKKN, Victoria.
-tr:
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Ketrir Opposite tht Colonial Hottl,
NEW WESTMINSTER
TBS LARGESI AND  CHOICEST
issortment of all descriptions ot
MEATS AND VE8ETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Ian*
Mm, Bostanruts, aad Steamboats at ths
LOWEST TOSSIBLE PRICES.
BLOOD-CURDLING
Massacre
—-AT—-
H. M. CunoingliaiB & Co's
STOVE DEPOT.
I
A No. 8 Cook Stove!
All Complote, with all the Pipo
.      .      , Heoeunry ami n
CHINA   COOK
thrown lu, Freight paid to muy pnrt of
the Dominiun frae of nil charge,
15 per cent, orr ron cash
B. M. CUNNINGHAM A CO.,
74, Columliia Street,
Niw Westminster, B. C.
laeals ler Brat's r-alrat Earitl'lswls
awltsalarlePasaiil'h dWto
Cream & Fancy Cakes
—ao to—
A. DIEBEL'S
FRONT BTREET. OPP. C. P. N. WllAHP.
FORSALE
t miles below the City, with a good HoUH
*"■.'• AP»iyloc m^
dfcUihs
Agnft
"New West.
Farm for
r-ONBIBTING OF  TWO ,   ._
Ll-and 1»,aces»(which will besold to-
gethcr^rsepBrnuly'; 8 nlles from Now
Westminster; nrat-clsss land; about !J
iicrt'H dyked; bnlnnee Prairie and Bush)
will be sold nt a baraalni - ..-_.-1 t . «
ttmlaster,
Fop Sale op To Let
T OT*»,BrX)CKt,OrTVorilBWW«l)^
I j minuter, la hereby offered for aale or
to let*. - ■'
Tlila dc'slrable property la ilttiata on
itlchtml HI rent, directly oppoaltetbe Boy-
til City 1'lnnlng Mills, ffiera la a food
atalilo and brtrn upon the lot. " '
Kor terma mid other paHlculam, upply
to W. NOnMAN  BOLE, '
dinhaaml    : Solicitor for Mortft*t|ee.
! j^ritish golumbiim
Salar*., Ir.alas, Atril I, law.
PAowciAuaisuTmE.
On Tuesday (April B) a motion
to ooiUUit thebill ngulating wagon
tires wtt lost.r-**Ml*. tfiffgins' muni-
cipnlities amendment aot was taken
up, **|*ti.:Ur. Thefc.Da^e wflved
the following clause: "Notwithstanding anything in any uot or
ordinance' contained it shall he lawful for nnj' tirlfjustio** of the peace,
having jurisdiction within any mu-
•Attpality through which a railroad
passes at any time in their discre-
tioh, with the consent of a m»^
ity; of the imJWgwg.direftori of
such r»Uro*dr:t^ grant a license td j
retail' wines or spirituous or mall
liquors within t, radius of 600 yards
from any railroad station." Hon.
Hr, Robson said he wns in favor of
local option, --'The duty of the house
wis to legislate for the good of the
people, ana licensed houses ihould
not be forced on them against thoir
will and in thrinterest of railway
manager| j' Mr.BeaVen alio object
ed and said that it was wrcfag to
force upon municipalities what they
did not desire. Mr. Orant thought
.persons wanting licenses should go
to tlio proper authoritiei, Hon.
[Vt. Hobsoo said Cowichan munici
pality was opposed to this kind of
thing and what position he would
ask would this house be in if it was
going to force licensed houses upon
them against their' will. It was because they were opposed to them
attempk, to prevent Mr. Theo. Davies' extraordinary olause relating
to the granting of licenses by any
iwo magistrates from becoming Uw.
Th»* attempt failed, however, and
tM olause was merely| modified so
as to require the magistrates to be
residents of the' place where the
license is issued. Mr.. Beaven
brougnt forwnrd'ft number of anti-
Ohtnese resolutions, all of which
were lost, and Uie business of the
session came to ani end.
Fop Ireland's Sake.
that this Very motion was brought
"was * high handed
proceeding.    If tte ffublio can not
forward.     It waa * high hand
Por
e!
1 SPAN DAUK BAY MARES, I and *
1 yeara old; good tr»vellera)WOMa«|lt
or double,
1 Bny Hnrae, Syearaold; workaalnjle oi
double: nlceladlea-orfente'aaddlelorae;
T?"  "
AI,»-«)Be .a* ..r-al.lh latwns la
I'liyWatwCasaaaay,
Nm Weat., Nov. Ulh, IM
**<**m.
For Sale!
100 A880RTID rRVIT TRIBB
FROM THB IEWKLI, NURSERY CO.,
Minn., consisting of
""Vall'TSli.,
tftiatcsAaalH,
fl-mtrs,
"»■*__
»9CI*1 . rnn.
Also-* nlccassorUaentorcanau and
sUspfcerty ■*.**,, Bras* Vises. Ae,
WIU-b* sal4*alvwaiil.,ar la lou to i ult,
.iHi'on.ery-***e>k^ai.itu.
JAMES WISE.
mhUwtldto Front Stmt.
County Court
S
OTICE  IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
.  theoountyo
April asst Willi
,rVVei >«>•«. day
..  ..postponidtotheUth
of th. same nionth.	
dwmhSKd E.A.JENNS.R.C.C.
NpTWB
N.
'twTunTs^
WMtmln-
OTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN. THAT
_. thirty days from date I will apply
to tlie Ohief Commissioner of Lands and
Works, for a liens, to ent and cai
tlmthir fiom the following deHrife
■liunt-Hl lull*.district of N.w \
.i-r. nnt PmvloM of British Columbl.i
Oommnnelngat a post set un the east
sl'ic of lilt Lake about two miles from It.
bruit; thnnt-e east 40 ohalns, north D
rh.lns, wet to Laku Ihenci akMg Lak.
to |ilni*it or commencement; oonUlnlng
iitxiutKi ncres. . 1  	
ALEXANDER MbLCAN
nnW.A.DtmcAii.
New Wcstmlnitsr, Much Mh, IM7.
"Duke's Cameo"
oioAi^*yr]^ii
Once Smoked are Frarerrei to til
Fine, Full and Fragraat.
p.'ni?.«f^.B0^d^-i*^,•
«todsolell[bythe,HUDSON BAY
COMvX'NY.VIcl'oris.andcan'b.obtalni.
everywhere, dmhsml'
Every nan to bli oti uantu
J±.   PBBLS,
PAAOTIOAL    .
CHEMIST** DRUGGIST,
coi.um«ia aTaaiT
(OPF  COI/IWIAl HOrjl),
NKW  WJWTMMIgtlR,  B, 0.
Ph)»lrl«n»' rrMtriptlan tM fM-
II) KeclpN » 8pe«lll|y.
N   B. — Oui-' Uennln. Dni|s and.
Over twentv vaan' sipMkMk   gar*
navel TO miles without 'going tb a
gin mill they had better carry pocket
pistols with then). Mr. Oroft knew
something about this matter. The
people qf Oowiohan were in favor of
more hotels, Hon. Mr. Robion
also . knew - something about this
nutter. He was in receipt of lev
end petitions from Oowiohan against
the, very thing which thu motion
proposed to force on them, lhe
motion was carried on the following;
division; iAjtei'AWemon, -Orr, Me-
Leese, Iheo. Davie, Bob, John,
Cowan, Maaon, Martin, Thomson,
Turner, Allen, Prior, Oroft, Duns-
JftgnBa, Baker,. Xaoner, Urant,
Stenhouse--7. Mr. Theo. Davie
■lio aovod that sect 10 of the municipalities act 1886 be repealed.
This section limited the uie of a
liquor licans* to the praoissi for
which it was original!* granted,
and did not permit it being used in
an addition'»talugement of such
premises The motion wai carried.
—In debating tha gam* bill Mr,.
Prior proposed to strike out the
olause prohibiting hunting on Sunday and Christmas day, Is pro:
posing thn motion Mr. Prior made
* very long tpology to his conscience, ud deolarM that every
man ought to be permitted to spend
Sunday as hia conscience dictated.
Hon. Mr. Robson opposed the motion, and so did Mr. Ladner. Messrs,
Beaven, T. Davie, Baker, and others
supported it It waa contended by
soma that aa Bunday shooting wm
prohibited, by th* Sunday observance aet, then wu no need forth*
clause in th*. fam* act Mr. Theo.
Davis suggested that penoni shuuld
not be allowed to, shoot within two
miles of imy church on Sunday.
The motion to strike out the Sunday shooting olause was oarried,
Messrs, RoUoo, Ladner and Bole
voting againit it Having expunged
thi* clause Mr. Theo, Davie then
proposed to tain * step further In
invading tha sanctity of the Sabbath. He moved to repeal that
part of th* 8*nd*y observance act
which proUMta 8tmd*y shooting.
TW motion wu defeated on the following vote: Ayes, Messrs, Theo.
Davie, Prior, Stenhouse—3; Noes,
Messn. Robion, John, Beaven, Bole,
Higgins, Baker, Grant, Turner,
Dunsmuir, Oroft, Allan, McLeese,
MuM, Martin, Anderson—15.—
The medieal amendment bill wm
completed.—In reply to Mr. Higgins, Hon. Mr. Robson stated that
it wu th* government'a intention to
lurvey the Northern Railway line
ai far u Oomox thii year. .The
attorney-general laid tba city of
Vancouver had uked for a rommts-
I sion to enquire into th* »nti-Ohiht»e
| riots, Hid the matter would be considered. Mr- Turner moved *n addreu to the federal government
asking for the establishment ot life-
laving stations on th* west coitit of
V.noouwr IiUnd, whioh wu carried, On motion ot Mr. Semlin «
resolution wu passed uking th*
federal government to enhang* its
lands in thc nilway belt for lands
in Peac* River diitrict An addreu was oarried to the federal government uking for the establishment ot lighthouses on the strait,,
and a steam ferry between the 0.
P. R. terminus and Vancouver
IHMAufJfrf •"**"!> wad* another
titaAil.ae Issue, a liaallest* I. Ihe
W*rklaga.eal'alllag apea Tkos-I.al*
JflforeatlM Cri-ciaa.- WkraitwspNv.
BfJ&felS^IPressi   t-    -■■•.'-■---
[j  risssNijiB usi,   "' '.,'
' Sift IWcisco, AVrtl8,—The' foi--
lowing  are passengers per Oity af
Chester for   Victoria:   W.   Beckett
and wife, H. 8. Flood, Hi Partridge,
J. T. Monro, Thos.   Fawoett,  T. E.
Martin, E. Probert aud wife, Mrs, A.
,1. Lewis, J, J. Hardy, A. Wurtman,
T. H. MoKsaggen, E.   0.  Noofelder,
E. Lipsett, B. Miller,  Edward  Wil-
cox, W, A. Campbell,  Jas.  Qraham,
Mary Fitzgerald, Oeorge W,  Martin,
J. 8. Colby, J, Rosselte, M. Piard
and A. Carothers.
- '     minis KsroRTiD ill
St. Louis, April 9.-— A spec'al to
the Olote-Z-emoenil Irom Fort Gibson
says: " Blaine was suffering from severe cold Sunday evening when he arrived at Gibson station. The government ambulance met the party at the
station, but only the Indies of -the
party could be tsken to thepoit Next
morning tho ambulance returned for
Blaine. He was able to sit up in the
conveyance, but looked palo and thin.
On reaching the put he went to i the
residence of Ool. J. J. Coppinger, and
has not been out of thb house since.
''"        ■ ''   ANTI-C0BBOI01V.- '
London, April 0;—The anti-coercion meeting to be held in Hyde Park
Monday' promises to be the biggest
out-door meeting ever held in London.
Glsdstoiie toiday issued to the miners
in tho north of Grcut Britain, the majority of whom aro enthusiastic followers of him, tho following letter,
which amounts to a manifesto; '■ I
cannot refrain from calling your attention to the meoting which is (o be held
.in Hyde Pafk next Monday, audi lo
wliioli I understand tens of thousands
of the workingmen of London intond
generously to devote their holiday. If
ever then was a lime when it wu to
the interest of the English workman
lo bethink himself, tbiaia the time.
It is the fint time when a coercion
bill, if paised, ii tc be passed by England'! vote! alone, againit the voicel
of Scotland, Inland and Wales. It is
the Bnt time coercion his been proposed Without my attempt bythe
ministry tn ihew, what we know they
cannot show, a state of exceptional
and ff.gr.nt or growing crime. If
Englind is to oosrcelrelind for crime,
I Ireland eannply that relatively ahe
has Ins crime |hsn England. In my
opinion a rejection of the bill ii even
more needed in England than by Inland. For Ireland it is a question of
•uffeiing, and Ibe knows how to suffer;
for England it is a question uf shame
and dishonor. To cist away shime
and dishonor ia the fint busineu of a
fraat nation. May the meeting of
londay next ring the dsitli knell of
the wont, most insulting and most
oausslsss coercion bill over submitted
to parliament.'1
TRIEVIS COMB  TO GRIEF.
San Fianc'sco, April 9.—A dispatch received hero from Tombstone,
Arisons, uys: The Epitaph ssys that
Mexican thieves who have been raiding the border of Sonora and Arizona
came to grief a few days since. Officers at San Pedro captured two of
than ud shot thom about four milei
out from the cuitom house.
WHEAT.
Chioioo, April 9.—California dis*
Satchea wen received on 'Change to*
ay  saying  that   wheat,  except in
southern oounties, has  been greatly
relieved by raini, and thst   pricea
showed a disposition to decline.
. egg-*******- - — ■
Late Dtepitvhe*-.
Tht New O.P.B. lalts.
Chicago defeated St. Louis in the
fint world's championship series of
baseball games on Thursday by a score
of 6 to 3.
Tbe .Vail and Express aays it was
stated, on what is bolioved to be true
authority, that then will soon be published a novel on Washington society
from the pen of Mrs. Gen Logan.
In a light between the memben of
the old and new cotton presi councils
at New Orleans Tuesday afternoon,
Pat Gilchrist, yardsiunn, was shot and
dangerously wounded by Alexander
Paul, a colored ynrdsmun. -
The Canadian Pacifio ia compiling a
new nte sheet to take advantage of
the high tariffs imposed on American
railroads by renson of the inter-state
commerce bill. It li reported that
merchants have already commenced to
ship goods from New York down tu
the St. Lawrence and across tho lakea
to the Canadian Paoific; thenaorou
the continent tc Vancouver, and this
coast This competition will be particularly effectual from Chicago and
Pittsburg, and will, in tho event of
the commission refuiing to suspend
the long and short haul clause of the
inter-state bill force, the railroads to
reduce their local rotes so as to be sble
to compete with water lines on the
through haul
"';'; NtTMBUt 8»
.     -I   ...(	
froa 8wm.
B
J__**_^-    I'T -        - -
■i 6ntas,imms^]T9mmtl:*t,
bnt with an umnulsayply «<(fitter
thia lima of tka season, which **k**
•om* of th* raMhassitMak then Is no
money ih farming ta B. 0., tdttamgh
someof tbsm hin sud* a (-Try- fair
sUrt-Mr. I*Ui, W ivVlet-sib; it
breaking up a largs pfee* of laid sn
his turn in LstigW.-A. vicy sad .u-
cident occurred ten list wsjek. Mu-
ter Eddie Wade, son of Mr. fj.
Wade, wai drowned In thi 8erp*Mine
river »ttb* Ooast Meridian tsteW*.
Tha body, whiih waslnUrred ta th*
Clover Valley c**wtsty, hai wtttnn
long in 'tlm; .water: fj
Vtt-^Rwiikmt
m%fc®'*
thii rammer, th*
opnwtbonth. s
toseethatMr.Osno
word when he' ooni
" barnyard object"and taiaUk*
on Soiith'i hill on the Mud Bay. read
wu not complete, a* ha is having
some more repairs done to il,—The
Elgin stag* could not get to Wattaln-
■ter on 8*t*rdiy last, on aw.Mt l(
the numerous treas blow* aetata tha
road, but the mail wu tabu ita with
considerable trouble Mr. Mun-hiaon
is now busily eugsged in framing timber tor the construction of a new
house.—The Rev. Mr. Tait dslivmd
an excellent discourse IntheOlover
Valley sohool-house on Tiwday night.
—The aohooner " Utf.il' has g.ai to
Viotoria to bring a cargo of genii for
the Elgin store, which will in th* future, it il thought, be • r.sdy market
tor everything.
OPHBATIS.
rfepori or tie cmmmim.
IHy flid the UtM liartltaat
Hie following llth* text of th* report of the special conmktes appoint.
•d by th* local legiabture' to exataina
and report npoh the 'rata* of thetj. P.
R. The report wai signed by; the
chairman, E. G. Prior:
Tour committee appointed to consider the rales charged' by the Canadian Pacific Railroad company beg to
report u follows:       Isn bni.dn*
The following |intl*m*a osia* bofore them and give .vld.nes,vis.:
Mown. J. Miaoo, R. MoLam, G.
W. Bindenon, Ju. Mclatosh, Oapt
John Irving, 0. Nelion, G. B. Martin
and E. G. Prior,"
That the evHeBta' showed omctu*
lively th«t thi ntes durgid from
point to point within tb*' intarlet of
th* provin*e,either going *e*t or (Baling wut, w*r* moat exorkitant and
almoat prohibitive. .
That the nte* from tb* Psciffc«sa»t
lo pointi in th* interior ware ao high
thst it wu proved beyond doaW that
t mul* tnin eould oompaU *aoe*u-
lullf alongiide of the nilroad; a atal*
of thing! that cannot be found to ai*
iit in my othir part of the world.
/That the industrial of the province,
especially that of mining, were mitsrl-
ally himpend by the arbUrary behavior of th* Canadian Pacmc oompany in refusing to carry goods Mew-
wry for the proeaoutien of each radoa-
try except at suck tunas aad in a*ch
quantities u they (the oompaay) desired, and without considering the in*
loreiti ot the ihlppir or shipper*.
That it was shown the nilway oompany could afford to carry goods at
much cheaper ntes tha* they did, u
they frequently taitmislry lowered
their ntu whin pressor* wubfotsght
to bear upon them, notably when »
consigunr threatened to und his
goods by mul* tnin.
That yoor committee hsd * tslsgnm
from Vice President Vm Hern* to
Hon. John Robion, provincial
tary, placed before them, la i
quenoe of which telegram they exnot-
•d the ntes would by now be plaaed
on a buii utisfactory toall conurned.
That instead of th* promised reduction in retes your committM h eorry
to uy that an enormomi riw bu jnst
taken place. The int.r-stite **ui-
mono act of tho VniUd 8latas(jMt
passed, hu hsd the offset of raising
the ratea of freight un all Amerieea
roadi, ind the Canidim Pacilo Railway oompany hss followed thilr example and put up the freight rata* to
annul tb* Min* figures, altbotgk "lb*
act pasted by th. United Statu «f
coun* In no way compelled tb* 0****
dim Pacifio to rail* Ihiir nlu. Tkii
•ctlon of ihe railroad company show*
very plainly that they aro not trying
to work their road In the intemt of
Osnadi; and the niied nice ar»'*s
prohibitiv* tbat they pnetltaUy drive
ihetradeoutofBriliikOotasiBta
fill "taft-aTHlTtMHJ^ .
Job printing ol u. —
at the CotraiUN cflta.
found lower tha* at uy
the provl**s.-*jils1».'
Drill Shed.
ONE Ng|i
MONDAY, Uth ATM,
Horace Ewing1!
hiw imu an cabin oi.
l8Firsl*Cia88*rti«$^
mw Mwm. wub sWtMM,
jibilee mumk UUKM
i 11. f-W'a-IjVnciB
$aUg *ftriti0st fotambian
In tie lata isntaof tak Whatcom
(W. T.) BneUle we find an article
in which it is predicted that before
. - twoly* month* there will be 10,000
men building the railways necessary
«~«sVa*aBBSttI*«,*',^.tail"'»X syltems of
PngerBDUnd and British Oolumbia.
We art afraid oar cotemporary is a
gnat deal too sanguine, but we hope
*tajf ilhoerely' that his most sanguine expectations  mny  be fully
i   realised. -The' article is as follows:
'   "The long deferred bill granting a
charter to the Southern Railway
fnm Westminster, B. 0., to the
Whatcom county boundary line at
►i Blaine, passed the provincial par-
■ liaatant on Wednesday last.   This
is the long deferred measure on the
: passage of  which  was contingent
the connection between Bellingham
Bay and the Oanadisn Pacific railway, and means a railroad boom for
- Wfcatooas. Fnm the best information that can be obtained it may be
announced that President Oanfield,
Of the BdUnghaiu Bay Railway and
.  Navigation    Company,    President
Oom wai), of the Bellingham Bay
md British Columbia Company, and
Vios-Prosident Van Horne, of the
• Canadian Pacific, are now endeavoring to units upon a plan of opera-
■   tions, whereby the connecting link
between the Northern Paoific and
ths Canadian Pacific, with terminal
I pointi on Bellingham Bay, may be
constructed at the earliest date possible.    Signs of the times would
indicate that tan thousand men will
h*  engaged in the work of oon-
struoting these linu within the next
twelve* month*.    The outlook for
i Bellingham   Bay   and   Whatcom
county  has   never been brighter
than at the present timo."
, *f*M4taM|OI.
Although nothing startling in the'
w*y of legislation wu accomplished
at tha union of the provincial legis-
Ututa 'which closed on Thursday,
bob* very important bill* have been
passed. There wore 38 act* passed
in all. Among the moat important
. may be mentioned the. aot to aid
the development of quarts mines.
We have frequently referred to the
faot that this province is probably
on the verge of * great and important qu*rt» mining boom. The extent and richness of our quartz lodes
can no longer be said to be a matter
of speculation. They are vast in
extent, and rioh beyond computation. But the ore is of such a
character that it cannot be worked
Stably without a very large out-
in the necessary maohinery and
appliances. Hitherto ignorance of
the prefer mode of treating our ore,
ud the amount of capital needed
to act np a successful quartz establishment, have been sufficient to
prevent any person from venturing
upon thii most promising field. The
indicement held out by the bill
juat pawed will, we hope, be sufficient tb set the machinery in operation.   Just as soon as one company
- liu succeeded in overcoming the
difficulties which hava hitherto
stood in the way, there is no fear
but then will be plenty more to follow. The session hu likewise been
most prolific in railway legislation.
. Three new railway cbartere have
been granted, two of which are for
thi* district, and bills were also
ried granting aid to the Kootenay
Athabuka Railway and the
Shuswap & Okanagon Railway. It
now remains to be seen whether tho
Dominion government will carry out
thc policy it hu been hitherto pur
suing and veto the Westminster
Southern Railwav trill.' We hope
this will not be done. There does
not seem to be a shadow of reason
to doubt that this road, if built,
will bti an important feeder for the
0. P. R., eipecially since thepas-
nat of tha interstate commerce bill.
We hold itill that the disallowance
ol**** Of th* 0. P. R. charter cannot legally be enforced in British
aptambie, but if it could, the en-
WMment of it in the caso of the
Westminster Southern would certainly not ba in the interest of the
0. P. R These,' with the million
dollar loan act, an among the most
' Important of the aenion. The ses-
.' 'Mb hill, heed ciaraeterlied by mani-
'.' Nstatiooi ot mat partisanship on
th*. part of the opposition, and by
i-tte inhibition of  much personal
' 0) Ming by the member for this
dtr' and the Junior and tertiary
.. BMWtber* tor the diitrict.   A lot of
<   tint* hit* been wasted over discus-
- sions in whioh there wu no prac-
tJeaU ntlUtT, and in mailing for pa-
HifMW tkmimimm for the
ttltlti'lt'iistng imaginary griev-
•noe*.    Thit ia to be regretted, for
•ril If we. must have party gor-
■MMlti let" ende»vor to conduct
(flf-WlM 'fntareit of the publio at
, and not tor purpous of per
"ion or revenge.   ..
■ii i-i im 7 *-—
t-fksv***** aslllog Sr! Thomu', Eelto
"twnttfilffr*- uy othsr mid"
Sim*W**ld.   Iconssd.ritonlv
latitttions of Dr.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity, strength and wholesomeness. More
economical wan the ordinary kinds, and
oannot be sold in competition with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders, Sold only In cans.
ROVAL BAKI.V0 Powder Co., 10S Wall St.,
New Tor*. Hfely
NewWestminster
il
'fir
'Dl not be de-
stej
IHE UNDERSIGNED INTEND OPEN-
Inx Marble Works ln New Wcstmln-
-jr In a few days. Parties In need of anything ln our line will do well to see us
before-ordering elsewhere.
We Intend keeping on hand a good
assortment of
Monuments,
Head Stones,
Mantels,
Baptismal Fonts,
Urns, etc.,
Which will bo ofTort-d at the lowest possible prices.
RUDGE & MONCK.
Now West., April,, 1897. il.pitc
Delta Stock Yard.
LADNER'S LANDING.
IBE FIRST AUCTION SALE OF
T
Live Stock and Implements
Will be held ln tbe above Yen! on
Wednesday, llth May, 1887,
For which the following entries have already been received:
. « Milch Cows, with and In calf;
TS-rear-old Relfem
. 81**ear-old Heifers A Hleerni
1 yoke «r Wark oxen*
lllaresinfoalj
S Wark Homes.
Also, 1 nearly now Braadltord Beir-
Bladcrt 1 No. 18 OHborae Helf-Bladrr.
e-ft.mit, tn working order; and a useful
tuiortment of Implements.
Further entries may be made to the un>
denlrnted, the particulars uf whlcb will
appear In future advertisements,
H. N. RICH,
Auctioneer.
Lnilncr'a Landing, March 28,1887.
dwmh28t-a
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY.
FRESH WATER TERMINUS
City of New Westminster I
IMPORTANT
Auction Sale
—OF—
CITY RESERVES
—AND—
GARDENS.
A PUBLIC AUCTION WIU TAKE
place at the Colonial Hotel, lo
tlie City of Now Westmioster, oo
Saturday, 23rd April, 1887,
At 8 o'clock io the evening, when ths
following Lots will be submitted to public competition, io accordance with
"Land Sale By-Law, 1884," and amendments thereto, vh.i
GOVERNMENT OFFICE GARDENS.
Block A.
Lots 3, 14, 15, 19*20.
VICTORIA GARDENS-Blook B.
Lots 3,4, 5, 0,8,9,10,11, 12,13,18,
19,20,30,36*36.
ST. PATRICK'S SQUARE -Blook D.
Lots 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 18, 21, 22,
23, 24, 26, 20, 27,28,29,80,81,82,
83,84, ft 36,
ALICE GARDENS-Block E.
Lots 8,9*10.
CLINTON PLACE RESEBTE-BlookF
Lot* 1, 2, 8, 9,11,14, IS, 16,17,18,
19, 20, 21, 22,23,24,26,20,27,28,
29, SO, 31, 83, 84, 86 ft 86.
ST. GEORGE'S SQUARE-Blook H.
Lots 14, 16,10, 17, 18, lt, 20, 24,
26,26,27, 28,29, 30, 81, 82, 84, 36,
36,37,88, 39,40,41 ft 42.
KT. ANDREW'S SQUARE-Blook K.
Lots 16, 17,  24, 26, 26, 27,28,38,
84,35,86,37*88.
sWThe Lots an mostly 66 ky 132 feet.
TEBMH-SSK per cent on the fall of the
hammer) MH per cent, in thn* months!
and ths balance of the purchase money In
six months from date of sale,
Bjr order,
JAMBS A. BOBINSON. _
C. M. C.
Cltr Clerk's once,
»*w Westminster, sth April, IW.
HACK FOR HIRE.
Wkirk ll ape* far lameaacat, al
verv bm*erase Cfearses.
Orders left at the Colonial Hotal or sent
by telephoa«,.wlll h* prompt]-' attended
to day or night. > Stable next H. Elliott's
Telephone 9am mylte
WORTS
BisklHemi
OOZt£T>Jlk.2Tmr
capital, $3,000,000}   Losses
Paid, 148,000,000
mmtssmtSsfs-immS^m-m
Rates ai Low M any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
tr Rlski promptly takes, and Losses
satisfactorily adjusted.
T.R, PEARSON,
dotfto (B. 0.8. A P. Oo.) AQENT.
■ -PBCIJLL
INDUCEMENTS
HOLIDAYS
soil IS days
ALL MSW 6Q0DS.
BUYING FROM THB MANUFAO-
tuiws for cash, I am In a position
to seU at bottom prices. Hy Goods sn
marked In plain figures and the prices
havo not been pnt up to meat the discount taken off. Call and seo pries* beforo purchasing elsewhere. *
ttr Fine Watoh Repairing a Specialty.
Jewelry made to order.   '  '
P. CRAKE.
WATCHMAKER
OrrosiTB the Baki. dw*del8to
JOHN S. COX,
mmm- * duui hi
Fatiy J|
ri COSTS NO MORE TO XEEPOOOD
Fowls than lt docs to keep poor Fowls.
My Breeding- Pens are equal to any In
Ih. United Mate, or Canada.
t propose to furnish Ens from premium
and ar.t-cl.ss Fowls,my desl-pi helm to
establish a reputation (hat wliriask
VARtETMS OF FOWLS:
Whll. Cr.au* Blaek F*ll.k,
■lul Spaalihi
La->(,k.si(<,
L.FU.k.,   -
SUtW tBaaglsa Raaakargk,
Wkil. ••* Br.ww Lagha-ras,
'   Hasidatts,
LIsktBiakasas,
Pil aasBM-
Plrsaastik staak,
■     ;  PartrMg. ChM»,
Rmt.n *** AyHskwry Daeks,
Tawlaw.. O.....
8FA1IIB1I IAM1I BilllH.
Cash must aoeompaoy all orders.
Address, with stamp,
JOHN 8. COX,
dwlertc New WestmlnsUr.
—AND—
THE UNDERSIGNED has
just received a large consignment of
Pianos and Organs,
Which he will sell cheap. Tliese
instruments maybe 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, ,
Ti Ri PEARSOH
NOTICE.
Jt-hdktert of ihe New West
fas d»»ii«B*y, Limlfld Lie
new vr
WE81
heli
To the
minster
bUlty.
MEETBTO tjf THE  NE'
mlnsfc GaaCompany —
_ .nd -***..'. 'Ofllce an I. _
la*, lasi, at I o'olock p. m.,"to take im
consideration and vote upon the Inoreai
jn* of the Oapital Stock from 108,0(10.001
O. L. MILNE, Prelldenti
& DOUGLAS, __
'■  Hi       iJ*X-8fAMW"S'r«.0i,.
New Westmlnptor, Mareh SI, 1887,
- dmbUM
TllUMUtsll**...
P.O. IMI
WM McCOLL
Dry Ooodt, Men's Furnishings
Groceries & Provisions.
LCXDB01C8 BLOCK, Oolumbia St*
dw-auitc
PMT HAMMOND
NURSERY
Fralt Iretn, ■•
Urnuiental Trees,
Small Fruits
And HARDEN STOCK on hand Ib sns
varlsty,
-Everything Unit-class and famished li
food shape.
O.W. HENBY,
dwslsutc Port Hammond, tt C.
WALSH'S
TAILORING
EMPORIUM
OoUakla It** l»ew Waft-lister.
HAVINO JUST RECEIVED OCR NE\
Fall and Winter Stook, we Invite ir
spectlon ofthelBset selection of
suitings vm
Ever shown In New Westminster.   Fo
a GOOD FIT and artlstlo style we del
oompetltloB.
dnoSOte THOS. WALSH.
Look Here!
rF YOD WANT TO  MAKE A NIC!
To a friend or relative, go down to 8TIB
SKY'S and look at «ome ot thoso extra
■raiaary bassaias In
Udlei' and flentlencn's Hold am
V SIItw Wat hei, chains,
-■ vksraii, etc., etc.
Or II you w.nt a useful ornnment for you
house, examine those beautiful ***.!
slrlkiMClMks, with cathedral iiong..
He Is sellln* at BOTTOM PRICES.
Walefces, from 16 upwards, all warraotei
Ft*. Walek ■cp.irl.s a as-cclally. am
sood workmsnshlp suaranUnd.
•sTRemsmlMr tli.  plaee-the "Bim
8toi»,»
dwautyl
Oolumbia BL, New West
GUARDIAN
Insurance Cora)
OF LONDON, ENQ.
Total Funds, 118,000,001
(JT»JLitr,-jr)
UTABUSHED IMI
Risks Taken at Ratei
as Low as any other
Reliable Comp'y.
T. R. PEARSON,
t dOUt. >     ttt C. 8. A P. Co.) AQENT.
W.E. AUSTIN.
D1ALEB IM
Alaif.AMorlm.atof -
ORY QOODS
-AMD-
GROCERIES
•    ALWAYS ON HAND.
lia-jr and. Feed
■* WHOI-nALB AMD RETAIL.
Htm AMU MAA DSXIVUKD T*
.1    i AXIPABTtt TtUCITt.
i T7.ntatwosM*-ssdally,.n*pt8uod.yi
to Port Moody,oarrylm H.M.8. mall..
As'oo liquor or tobacco Is used weean b;
lemparat. hahlti aud careful ecoaom;
*nrn ths public *t sspoclally low ran*, coMP'r.
teou 8*. s*ott 18 Paix Mali.,
XjOXTDOIT.
TITTtTED X8O8.
(8VBINO HOTJSK8 * OTHKR
""       Gooda, Waa-we,   Merchan-
suad Faxtning Stock,
— or Dock, -and tha
too, Ship* build-
•and other Vo*.
"Opposite the Oolonlal Hotel
rfV. ,	
■ch V...cb, throughout
: Ireland and in For<*i-.-n
•SS  mm  BASA«t Bt   PISE.
*J*d InvwM Capital,
SOO.OOO  8TG.
F   P**Maatiasn   sand overy informa*
aobtalsMd can application to
.   *J.   AKHSTBOKtl,
Atramt fow Mew Wavtmtnstrr.
Bderation Life
SSOCIATION.
, *i--'" .*•-'■-
Unit,.:.-?.
.--•■-
rov'm't Deposit
tice. Toromto, Canada
DME~COMPANY.
rX.ssocia.tion merits the
se the Public is repos-
t    from    tfie     following
■a *5 j
otTkred to polie*r bolder* 1*
~ aa-n.r Cos-a-pa-ny doing* bu*l-
maaot lnanrance, bat ttie
d lino*,, taenoe tbe policy
Te*  misled sao to tbelr coa-
• loth* pnkUecanbenad-
ltat coot* alatianent ebow-
o** in«*aa**ao sand howcxp**-
m. looonwrlolaao-dlosinMel ly from
adwrlon lo wbloh every Item
a* included.
■saw na* been aaexampled In
or lnanrane* In Canstdss.
lndlapuuble   after tbree
M>1* */t*r two yean'
r*e> caaof-jrltMatodl npon on eqnlt-
Th* prof-It* to one olaaa of
ras au-o noa leaaened to atve
i   *jo  sanjr ottao-r olaaa. which
-     -erlor  advantage, over
plan or dlatrlbntlon.
. KmIMNAU),
■ nna*Tti,sf .Dli-eetor.
By calling and making an inspection
of our SPRING GOOllS, you willlndthat
for Price, Quality and Elegant Deisiffns,
tney cannot be^.^tpjalled'^liievh^^..
dwap6tc        ...... Jr«rEW^WjSTMtNSTCT/-& C.
FoobWol        Suit Kono.  '    Kwong Hist
Fook Wo * Co
DEALERS IN
BROCERKSfPROVISIOHS
Employment Offloe.
Columbia St., near Cleveland none
dmhSSml
-;. ■'"■■--•-■ ..■••mvni'*ftt
Advertlslnstand Prlntln*.—r^.. .|tn »
Hire of Hall. n.,....w».%2j-.iH.„  sa OS
TravelllB* Bspenso....,.,.*,^!.... « I*
Stationery, stomps and san^as-,.... Mat
■-"■  ***-*t« km «t
IcorllftrIbis tobecorracft. llh-J
IF YOU WANT
To replace the Plauffl. lost- last Winter,
send io
ME
10 House Plants, by mall, foi-  -   tl
!• Hardy Plants,    " I
35 packet-. Flower Seeds,        -     I
I have tbe most oomploto stork of Flowering and Ornamental Plants ln the I'rovlnee.
FORGET-ME-NOT.
G. A. McTAVISII, Sred-erower nnd Florist, North Saanich, B. C.
-ass-Catalogues sent, free to any address,
dwrohiaml    ..
- -i*. - -.  D. Rr'-UURfff^ -Agent,
"V ^w'4'lrM^-niW'S. "I"""
l*TOTXG*t
ihotollowtncoWrl1
MAJOR,
nctvaa* ng ory ooods,
EW STOCK
•
•and    nuvterial   of    I>RKSS
sacUnaj   Caahmgns, Merino*,
Sl*vok <u*d Colored Velve-
aba*.     COTTONS (bleached
Ji«*-d>. LININGS,     BUT-
^eV>irr>S. Ac. Grey, White,
h*Bk«d FLANNELS. LABS, in Cotton, Wool. Silk
nli— Merino and Lamb
JKB8EY8, all pricea.
,li«—_      Diaper Iriab   Linen,
m   Clothing: I
jr.     S*ylo,    f*i*   sand   Prioe,
'iM W/Ii/Sl?llsls,
FURNITURE
W. PROTHERO & CO.
MANCPAOTUREllS ANU DEAI.EUSIN
AI.Ij KINDS OF KUKNITIHIE.
. TRE MIX.
■.   •«.-.. u. .-..-nlu. ,.,, ,rcpnse to ent
llMitx-roiitQcrollowliirdesrrlBed tractor
land In New Westminstor pistrlct:
^Comraendlnijit a SftteTKarlied B oa
the east side of Pill Lake, OHOnt two and
west hair mil., t-»u.«.-o*tlt we mil* I*
Kt1"*".,0' .cummenceinent* also the **.*»*.
H«-o*.on'l»,td**o«hl0»*i- ■■•:"
dtmHiol      i jfr.w.S^^-seerstar*.
Est^eofMyfipos.
Shre receipt, (or same.    ,
■   '■    Hi'T.lf
■    ;.-. ■>     .  . -;,F.«,!BI
JNO. V
Assignees of Estate
.-_ I       *■■*"-***-;
applleMlon lotlie ChlsM-o*	
lUO acres bf timber lands on Ho
l.dewrlbeil.afolloWt
JIVBN THAT
Intend makln*
toaiBilsalotierof
inr-
fow.
appllestl
Ijttods —
chfiser
ftotiml,
Cooiraei-elmt
shore of Thorol
h*ad(lliWi(i^t«V»ftb**L^. _	
aiohnta.,.Hn*ik.sV«liBlmitt)a,*eEast to
plHccofcotnmpncesient, ;   .
ROVA r. CltY PLANih#0 WILLS 00,
'  ■» . JQM.---"-<**J■*',,
New *esWl(ni ■
as
IHBSF
0.8. Acltraan.    !'■' %„%
REMOVED
■bop lutioly occunlud by Mr. Daroy
Columblastreet,
Call and examine our stock snd prices
 -UIH9
 jiffaf Alf kind*neat'
W. PIIOTHERO A CO.
before buying.   We can't be VHB\	
In the eity.   Repairing nl All kind* neatly
New Westminster, r©«T Harbor
and Seattle Konte.
&\ ist.
THK 8TRAMKR
EVANGEL
.*• Gotten,     Jdforino  and
•Dear, White 8hirta, Cuff*.,
*. JBs'oueo. Oordifjon Jack-
.. Cotton, Jderfno, Caah-
Vool <and Knit SOCKS, in
I    sand   CAPS.    Ladies* and
>KK.    OOODS    and   TJM-
Furnishing Goods
a. Window Polea with
tntintrv, Wladow Holland
Ml Stsrtpod). IHalna.il and
. Towel*. 'Wliite
leaacliod and Unbleached
a. Tiolringe. Blank-
Qfatta.   Table Cloth*
■kdl ia aa nrat-olaaa Batab-
lone mm* tism beat. Canned
tstrmmts* asnd V«retmblea.
> «•*.*«.    ■ dan** kay
■seat  ■   sti,   -ran (*..
k BC
(J. W. TAKTB, Mh-icm-.j
WILL IjEAVK sKATTIjI. KVF.IIV
ITanreday Muruin* el t«'cl*el*. for
New Weatminator nn-1 Onal Harbor, vl*
Port Ttownaend sn*t M.** l-iltindM, arrives nt
New Weatrnln.t-Br on Friday foronoon
leave* for Coal Harbor atmnt two hoars
afterwards; leaves COAL, Hahbok rn-
day Htchl tor Seattle.
Pare te Seattle. .Ht.m
FrelcM per lea...-..,,;....... 4.**
Special ratea to morohant*.      * apioto
-ns
asToa?io£j.
OTICE IS HKIU5BY OIVr.N THAT
_ thirty days aftnr dnte wo Intend making application to tlm Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a lease for timbering purposes of the following described
lands* situate on tlie enst sido of Hnrrlson
Ij-ake, up a creek generally known n*
Twenty-mile Creek, where a stake bu
been planted on the water's edge of the
ereeh about one in f Ic from Harrison Lake;
thenee running ln n soutli*onnterly direction forty (40) ohalns; thenee in n northeasterly direction ; eight hundred <«w>
ehains; thence running In a north-westerly direction forty (40) chains, moreor
less, to the water's edge of said creek;
Ihenee following the water's edffo of creek
eight hundred (800) chain**, more orless.
to the point of com mencement—containing three thousand two hundred (J»Q0)
acres, more or less, and to bo known ns
Limit C.
Also, the following lands situate on tbo
opposite sine of the ereek to Llmtt C, nnd
to be Known as Limit V, commenotng
where a stake has been planted about one
mile from Harrison .Lake at the water**
edge of said creek; thenoe running In a
north-westerly direction forty (40) chain*;
tlienee running In a north-easter.)* direction eight hundred (800) ohalns: thenre
running In a south-easterly direction
forty 140] chnins. more or less, to said
creek; thenee following tbe water's edge
eight hundred |8001 chains, more or less,
to the point of commencement—containing three thousand two hundred [82001
acres, more or less.
LEAMY A KVLR.
Vanoouver, B. G\, Maroh 16, IMT.
dmhlTmS
C0NTJWt5Tt«SI«l|tDE;S
t.llai.Mj iirrea •*!.«•>*aanrken I*
isw€Hj*.r tstsmtty.
I'EltrECT SATIsrACTIQJI -OUARAN-
TEKD IN Alt, C/VsRB,
. w°,h.recoB6t».t»aailp»iioB.i-Mi.
tcniplulln. bolldlos will dowell to see »s
bi'foreflrrn, their eoMraeu.
dwrahsite S,wts.,mHttm,tni,.
WHllE
IS KING!
•   - '   'iw-jUoH
id   i ■•.; iim u-iiiloWl	
BK\xsaM}jbi_Olfnt,kowcY
bbjt person deslrouse! woreWskg. Tk*
M.iiiiIisss *r*-*old on tbdsowu merits.
Every ttaehlae gnarantecd bytlie Cora*
Tmytmfm'ytiksii'    ™ •"
-     —■tit-r-,-, ,.;,,
Vrs^-'i-im^lfiii
Fralti (jtahotkait*. A Fa*** Glass*
' ware ft (Mia Stor*,':
MliBklt at,.... ,. Hew wm.
Two Good Businesses
; *o*» m+,x.n.
PosrSlHoe la osb'bi.
place. Bothorelthsrof
will be soM-M*«ar*alB,
•WsHaBi'
trtaii*wllai!k,r>!».<f
lh MM*
MBtldersllBMl
'0ots\alther br •"Wl
Hfllsd deny, su months,...
asYiimm imt m iw niw.  	
.,*>«*st*w»**T«rttwawaU.-rirstlDMr-
tla*. 10 eta, per line solid nonpareil; eaeh
enbM0O.nl <»n»<jatl*..ln»rttoD,i'ot.. per
11**, Ad-r.rUHni.nt. not Inserted ever*
day, 11 ets. psr lln. *Mh Insertion. .
ttaaaU** MTerUsesae*ts.-Rei*lar
BoslneM or ProlHslon.1 Adrertlsements
wlllB.rSMl-radstlollowlnirate.1 llnch,
Im month: 2 Ins. H; V eol. M.M; jk col.
Rfti 1 eol.»!«. UlnserSdlorlesstBanl
aos.'User eent. WIU twald**;.       *(-,-,
  . toadvertlssm.nts.lOcts,
par lln*,
iths, Harrl**es and psaUw,tl for eaeh
,.__.   . - ai*., I* cooncaion
BlBssstton.
 dlspUred, oharged
- ... ttusa Iran-Mat advu.  lt
solid, ehaiawd at regular transient rates.
tf.*  '   I HILL
WlSM-TOM, —
M ets. est"BL.
oalllaOttentli
'THK WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
ls,*»« mery W**ae>4ay Mwala*.
Dsllven* ln th. dtr, per year...........W.OO
Mailed, peryear.....~...^.....  2.00
Ma|l«l,« mooths.r......  1.25
miilv unnuiM um.
•stunt Insertions, i ota. per line.
Manila*l*,i,Uasan*ls. Furl Ineh,
.tUopM BMStWia ««•>»«•».; 3las.lt..
p.rm.1 laol.IISt.7Sp.rni. Kinniud ror
im tha* I mos, is per nnt will be added
to IBM. rat..-
n*e**l notice, .mong nading inatter,
ota, par lln. eaeh Insertion,.
»-* and forlargeents
argid. No ad.t.
ioe mr lea than tl.
(A0!
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Notioa	
4L.
DlillSM.
....... Bronrtta Mills
.........Joo. Kobson
...........FroM»>«J
 R. IMokiiiSOB
..Hone* Swing's Co
$«il*o $titish Columbian
S£S-7
Asm », UN.
Y**t*rd*y'i eastern inaflwaa tliir-
tun hours late.
Th* Balianco came down jeitenlny
from Chilltwhaolt.
Hi* JOIsiai brought down a largo
suro from ChiUiwhacl*.
Oardenug operation! ara being oar-
rwd on -rigorously throughout the oity.
"' Dinet from London—A largo aisort-
Bwnt of Spring Millinery at EUird'i.
Ih* Yesemite had on board U0 tons
of freight on hor departure this morn*
Chief Justice Cameron, ot Ontario,
*ad ChM Justioo Stuart, of Quoboo,
har* b*en mid* Knight* B*oholon.
Boa* dwlrtbl* two and a quarter
am lots in tho suburbs for sal* at
"••» low prices. Apply to Band
BroV dmh26to
Thn* are * great numbar of people
•airing and dopartingon almost every
Unjust and train. The oity is full of
strangers.
K*w Drssi'Qoodi Wall'Jit latest
sttl** and .hades, with trimmings,
Weitw oord, 4»,,'to Hatch, at J. El-
lard i Co's.   ;'' apBtcd
Great Britain has made a demand
on Hayti for 11,000,000 m settlement
In full of old demands. Failing im*
sadiat* paymint she wanti Tortugis
Cmr vs. Wistbuote. — Thii caso
was finally disposed of this morning at
the police oourt. Tbe poHco magis-^
trate, after duly weighing thisOTidoiice
on »aoh tide, ixpimeJ himself of,
opinion that the by-law had been violated. He pointed out that if defend
ont wished to appeal against the Tor*
diot ho could, without any difficulty,'
carry the case to the county court and
then hare th* case further ventilated.
Defendant wai lined $1* .
. Ib-^Bkmky"—The provincial sec-
retsry of Britiih Columbia is alleged
by the local loader of the opposition
to have acted corruptly during th* laat
provinoial election. The corruption
coMiited ot promising public worki,
•uch aa roads, in return for support at
the polls. The British Columbians
must be extremely straight-laced if
they call this bribery. Our best statesmen conduct their campaigns on tho
public works basis, snd the standard
of publio morality has been elevated
to the top of the flag-polo hero.—iPot'*
onto Mad.
I
W* h»»* received * nio* assortment
of I****; Tws*ds, Blaok Worsteds and
Pant Goods for the Tailoring Depart*
■nt Suit* made to order at reason-
»bl* prioes. aod in good style.
-' • BsMdetwS     TS. DsTSDiis tt Co.
We understand that th* ladiea' aid
fl tk* Methodist Ohurch haw decided
to give * concert on the Oth of May,
and that th* programme will be more
than «***U* attractive, ae the bast
well taint mth* province ii expected
to appear.   Particular! in du* time.
News has been received at Santiago,
Cub*, that three Britiah men-of-war
are in Puerto Callao. The British
minister haa left the capital *nd is on
board aa* of the war ships, diplomatic
nlatioos between the British and Ven
•raelan gvtfTBBsents having been suspended. The royal mail steamer hu
bars diip*tched to one of the British
islands for troop* The Venezuela
l*r»mm*Bt ixpeotiwsr,   '
That* an Mnber of varieties ol corns.
Hollow.;'. Corns Cors will remove any
OMnfm"?0*7''"''"'"'''"'1 ect
■ "", -.■.' :.   ■»«-»*	
"mii"UA Atmnt.—Officer Camp*
. UU, of Itquimault, arrived by tht
., TtWIititl,with » mm* Ohinim.n for
'IM. Ontsrould suppose, from
ib*r>f hsMtiii that arrived
mth. ishi-i city, thst Vic*
suddenly gotUMlMry ante,
f! W-t-_\ 1 »_*.
SbtP-uoni
■fit'■»•*«•'
lUdDtvidso*,
I* four contest-
lit*, Canning*
cam* out but
lion day, ye.-
i* ohsmpion-
 ,.. _.._._ w—  _atk, however,
•oo* of tli* ihoti era-tag near the tar-
■st, We hav* not been able to learn
tMerduuf merit.
Tu Wilt Saou.—We have the
Manh number of thii v«ry excellent
;. twothly. The Ulastratkms, u usual,
*r* *xo**dingly attractive, and th*
Butter 1* vtry interesting. We under-
Bland tkat Mr. Samuel Ts preparing to
pr»mltidiii*Mlhli-g*lto«»thiriuperlor
.    to all pt-svloas efforts in this direction.
e
,'-.'< " Bpooatioml Mmma,—W*   beg
t* rtnlnd our r**d*rs ot th* publio
_r,^in_e>H. «• te ■>*•!" <>> **• 8«*«<W
,CX) C -BtokMM Kosdey night In conneo*
Jfc» jritt Ik* twebn*' institute.   In
SAftoo lo iddrsiM on edocstlon.l
—MM* tber* will b» mmlo.   Admit*
by tlcksts, which
&
b*
itlHr.D.  Wllion), tk*
ir. Coat-barn), or at Mr.
(*tor».    ■
Bttting relief for th*
MisrOrtvss'WonB Ex*
___rl*» llimnt and mn can.
Chinbsb Restmctios.—It is reported in Ottawa that at tho approaching
session of parliament some amend
ments will be proposed by the government to the Chinese bill, which at
present admits of fraud aud imposition
being practiced on government officials
by .the unlwful uso of certificates which
are fronted to Chinamen on leaving
tho country. Those certificates are
either.sold or given to their countrymen in China desiring to come to Canada, who thus, on entering the oountry fortified with these certificates,
esoape the tax of fifty dollars per head.
'..—, * , ■.:—
Assavltiko A Chinaman. — Sara
Trapp wu np before the P. M. this
morning, on the information . of Let
Koy, oharged with issaulting Ah Hue,
a celestial whom be had employed.
Plaintiff atated that he had asked defendant for some money he owed himi,
when defendant kicked him and
otherwise maltreated him. Defendant
pleaded that the plaintiff had stolen
somethings from defendant's home
and hid drawn a knife on Mrs. Trapp.
In reference to the assault he said
that he bid merely frightened tbt
Chinaman, osusing him to jump over
his balcony, thos accounting for his
bruises. Deft, was fined S5 snd ousts.
 *fm- * —'  .
Pbesbytbbian GtiiNTs.— The Presbyterian Home Million of Canada has'
given the following grants to B.O.
million stations; Spallumcheen, 1400;
Kamloops, $500; Nioola, 1100; Lln}'
ley Group, $300; Viotoria, -HOO; Alberni, $600 (or $8 per Sabbath tor •
student missionary); Richmond, $300;
Spenot'i Bridge, no grant asked at
present. The transference of Donald
to the Oolumbia Pnibytory from that
ot Regina wai remitted to the Pres*
byterie* specitlly interested to report
on tt»tutor* mMting. The Rev. O.
0, Patterson, of Beaverton, wss appointed lo Britiih Colnmbia to reinforce thi present staff. Other Bp.
pointment* may be mad* before the
rising of th* committee. ■ -!]■ *■• is «.
'■     * •'-.      —
TlACHins' lNsimiTB.—New Westminster Tesohen' Institute met this
morning in the high sohool building at
10 a.m. D. Wilson, B.A., president,
occupied the chair.. After reading of
minutes *nd enrolment of memben**
discussion relative to question drawer
took place' and arrangements were
made for their discussion at Monday's
afternoon session. The following were
appointed a committee to answer the
questionti—R. L. Reid, A. Gilchrist,
and Mill Rogers. This oonoluded till
morning's session. This afternoon'*
session opened at 2 p.m. After reading minutes and enrolment" of new
memben, Miss F. G. Armstrong, and
Miu Toad, of Victoriu, were elected
honorary members. Attention was
then devoted to .the programme. A,
Gilchrist rood a paper on Composition
Work, wliich wu well received. The
subject of the paper was then discussed
freely, the following members taking
part: R. L. Reid, Miu F. E. Armstrong, R. S. Hanna, R. J. Plaxton,
D. Wilson, B. A., R. Dockrill,
and W. C. Coathatn. The meeting
then adjourned until this morning.
The following is the list ot memben
enrolled: Miss G. McBride, Miu Bi1
Rogen, Miu N. Gilley, Miu M> J
Norris, Miu E. A. Davidson, Miu
Dockrill, Miss F. E. Armstrong, Victoria; Miu R. Todd, Victoria; Miu
M. M. Harding, Mt. Lehman; Miu
M. L. Harding, North Arm; R. L.
Reid, Clovor Valley; O. Gilchrist,
ladnen; D. J. McDonald, Moody; R.
J. Plaxton. Langley; M. Beattie; R.
S. Hanna, Priests Valley; G, M.
Dockrill, Moody; T. J. Trapp, .1 Mc*
Kensie, D. Wilson, B. A., H. M.
Stramberg, B. A., W. C. Ooatham; F.
W. Howay, Boundary Bay.
ii.
A lady from Syracuse writes: "For
about uvea years before taking Northrop t Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and
Dyspeptie Cure, I suffered from a coin-
plaint'very prevalent with our sex. I
wu enable to walk any distant or stand
on my feet for more than a (ew minutes
at a Urns withont feeling exhausted, j
but now I am thankful to say I can walk
twomlles without feeling the least in*
convenience," For Female Complaints It
bu now equal.
_____
mie; IM'i C»bln. G! 1 kWmmt on*Mftitet.
will have completed arrangements for
providing transportation 'round tha
worldj or anyway, for two-thirds tlie
distance. Tho first of their fine new
line of steamers will leave Hong Kong
.on 6*is.v, Mi, 1st.; and arrive at
'Vaheoivor, *C*, oil Wiy Mth, calling
at Yokohama en route. Aftor that
time steamers will leave each of the
befote-nsmed ports every four weeks
for the fint month or two, and subsequently evu-thneweeks. .Thetime-
table i**.H|.*^ i. -,
raoroniD  nui-tAu.lt ton ttkemo
'■ fj'l'   _   mrntfKf- s   *"
One despaunisd every month 18 days
Time In port at Yokohama going
to Vancouver. .,..„  b-dayi
Tlme In .port at Vancouver dis-
—---indlominiWi.. 10 days
.iTosXb.mar.tuin*
Pergonal.
We are pleated to see Mayor Dickinson on tht streets to-day.
W. Davidson, hardware traveller,
from Hamilton, it in tht city.
0. Stmlin, M.P.P., arrived in the
oity yesterday per str. Yotemite. 2008
W. H. Ellis, of the Colonist, is in
city, and will remain until Monday;.
J. M. Mount, advene* (sent'for
Swing's Unci* Tom'i Cabin, is in tht
AttheFtrmer'iHomt: H. Ferguson, Mr. Ferguson, Port Htnty; ttr*.
Coleman; Benjamin Leu, Karaloona;
Huh Macdonald, North Arm: John
Handcock, Sappertoi; John Brook,
Ba* Island; E. B. Adams, Sipperton
Mia Htrdlng, North Arm.
At tht Oolooitl: H. a H*nm, 3.
L Reid, Mud Btyi J. T. Hopptr,
Chtmainui; M. Buttit, Ladntr'i; R.
H. Ony. Viotoria; Miu Armstrong,
Miu Todd, G. H. Todd, Viotorin J.
A. Ban, Calgary; Geo. Johnston,Win.
nipog; Simon Leiser, Viotoria; J. 0,
MoLannan, Bumy; 0. T. Hitttnton,
Htwktiburyi W. Davidson, Toronto,
Monday eycDiug.U>i8.HY0V-popular
Pity wiU be i*Msentet(«t UieDriUShod
.by *, .company wj»|cltj,,comet!'.»*ll
recommended, .The scenery is es^eci-
ally fine, and the plantation scenes
*re uid.to be. realist's. /Among the
company arc the celebrated jubilee
aingen aod a pick of large blood
houndi. I Tht play.< ti preiiited by
Ewing's company, is a' new: veraion,
several novel features being introduced.
The Mo«k Pwllimeni
Was suocessfulijfljSeliM o«i Thunday evening. Lung before, ihe bour
for the ceremony had been announced
tbe gallery of the hail "Ms1 packed
with ladies aid gentlemen. Shortly
after eight o'clook the memben were
iworu In, oud immediately hii excellency the governor genohl entered the
houu. His etcellenoy wuMtooonfM
nied by hu private ssentary, OOl.
Wilson, of the Ke»t 90th, and Aide*
Major Grant, bf the Hawkesbury Fin*
backs. Both his excellency and suite
wore very brilliant uniforms. Wits
stately     Wring     the      vice-regal
strong, In all his robes of office,', pte
claimed, that , the., governor general,
wished the house to elect a speaker.
The unanimous election for this important ofllce of Peter Grant, member
tor Cow Bay. then followed. The
honorable speaker immediately retired
tosuanto-room.Bfntlnmidlately ap-
poared in flowing robes. The speeoii
from the throne was then delivered
and tfterwardl T, J. Armstrong, rep-
relenting Alberta, N. W. T., was chosen as deputy speaker. Kennedy, for
Now Weitminiter, moved a reply to
the speech, and Currie, for Winnipeg,
seconded it. Tbe house wu then adjourned until Tuesday next. We un-
dentand it is tho intention to open
the door to tha publio ottiu in shout
four weebi time. Speotiton expressed themsel.es: much delighted
with the whole evening's programme.
; ■' '.' ''■'■•f'J•-„■' '-,'-., :":'■
Thepeople of thii oountry bave spoken. Tbey declare by tbelr patronage of
Dr. Thomu' Eolectrlo OD, that tbey ba.
lieve it to be an article of guuine merit
adapted to the care of rtteumstlsm, ts
well an MhoveS the pains of fractures
and dislocations, external injuries, corns,
bunions, piles, and other maladiss. !£
■ '     ,'*--—-     3   -
o. P. B. Steamers.
t
Tke f Ml Boat of the Sew Lli* 1* '
St.il Mny l*t-Tke Tltae Title,
;   With the beginning of the jiex
month the Canadian Paoifio Railwe
kohama IWrealli.	
Returning time,   Yokohama to
Hong Kong...........................
/  r fi "nil t  i'i    < "
II    I, SJ tie J      Mdays
Crossing latitude lei, bound to Vancouver, steamer gain, one day. -
Crossing latitude ISO, bound to Yokoha-
hnma, Bteamer loses one day.
A-ro KxlMOl Himw. persons
who hav. vslaly mglitTUi.T help
from other sources, have obtained the
longed desired relief from Northrop k
Lyman's Vegetable Dlsooviry ud Dys
peptic Can, whli puts * stop to the >tof *.
ments of Dyspepsia: renews activity of
the Bowels and Liver, relieve, naladies
nplalling beiSIUnd dnngth, give!
purity to the blood, and tone to the
whole system. ,
€oinmnnu<tiim».
inseelPntn.     -..
Emtok ComirjjAB.-Some- of your
readon in tho agricultural districts
may not be aware thtt the Dominion
government hu attached an officer to
the department of agriculture at Ottawa whoso special duty and pleasure
it ii to afford to agriculturists and horticulturist! *11 potsibli iBformation u
to the most approved methods of dialing with the insect pests against whioh.
they liave occasionally to wage war.
Timely communication with
Ju.
tn«i*it,(wlio»eaddi«uW^Entoraolo.
gist of tho Department of Agriculture,
Library of Parliament, Ottawa), will
insure on immediate and courteous reply and maybe the means in many
cun of wving muoh valuable timt and
money. It is advisable, whenever
practicable, to forward ti> Mr. Fletcher
specimens of insect pests; tnd in tny
caw where moro convenient to leave
them at my offloe in Wutmimter, I
will be happy to preserve *ndpack
them and deipatch thom at onco to
iOttawa,.,. -,.5 ajiiflU ' nl
' HotM.'-AU commtmlcationi and
parcel! to Mr. Flatlher are post free.
Youn truly, .. AibibtJ. Hiu.
Weitminiter, Apr. 0:1887.
Per str Yosemltl, trom VlotoHa, Aprs-
l-   IWtn, J Alpenny, Jm. Bm, BoM• I**#,
:.   Offlonr CBDipbell,J Klrkland-Thoi Dunn*
s ^.rr-w^AU^iA"^
' Psr str Gladys/ from uj   "
Hin Hleband, bngir, .1.
fflBrvPnWBav. - ,
Thompson, PsttlngU, Jones, Jaokson, an*
several Ohinamen. .
Q*. P»u*j'« CHDHCM. IMrvlcM ev
B' etf Sunday at ll A. w. *nd»r. u. In
the Ohurah, Ht. John strut, b.low Ro
    " -■■"tollr
Beef,    per Hnibs. SIO 0O«ttl2HO
Pork *T?' «in»«..««.
Mutton     W
Hldes(p'n)"
Potatoes   ■■**
TumiB.     "
O.rrof,   out
Parsnips' - "-<-
Beets  ■■' - <•
Cabbage    "
OBIohi     >«
Apples ''• ■-*•■
Pears "
Wheat  ■ ■ "
Oats,, j -i 'i,.,
SKerfrofTaTl
Geese,
Sttok.    ,  ,
blokens,; ..,«-*.,.*.....
Turkayt,perlb     .—*.	
Cordwood (retail) per cord....
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■tlfBlTHODIST OBVBOH, MaryBt.
M Bev. 0. Watson, Pastor. Sorvices at
11 a.m.and7p.m. Sunday School and
Bible Olass 2:90 p. m.   Prayer Meeting on,
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cordially Invited.
Seats free; strangeri
JeMo.
EMt oi mrv Street. * Rev. Robert
nnle,Pastur. Lord's Day Services at 11
S, m. and 7 p. ni. sabbath Hchool and
Ible Olus at 2:m p. m. All seats free:
strangers cordially welcomed.
VSIOH LODGB Ho, B, A, W.
* A. at.-The regular Com*
munloatlons of this Lodge are
. . . held on the Orst Monday In eaoh
month. Sojourning brethren are oordla,*
ly Invited to attend
T PETER GRANT,
f*2S-tc   .' -iii ... i.     Secretary.
:■ ;■ ■■'prpxxaB*
*rt7EHAVl5APPLII5p TO THE HON.
W the Minister 01 Interior for a license
to ent Timber on the southern am acres of
an Island on the east'side of.Pitt River,
lying party In eaeh of the following: Beo-
Sons of Township 40, New Westminster
■strict, vis: sections is, 14,29 4 21.
BRUNETTE SAW rfltll OO. L'td.
'        ff W.NVPRAPER,
Seentary.
NewWeatr. luster, 7th April, 1S87. daptinil
PROVINCIAL SEORETARY'R OFFICE,
-'-' ii,      5th April, 1S87.
UIS HONOUR THE UEUTENANT-
II Governor hu been pleased to make
tne following appointments:     :
The Honourable A. B. B, Baylo, 0, C.,
Attorney-General, to be President ofthe
Eieontlve Counell.
Stephen Yardley Wooton, Esquire, to be
a Justice of the Peace and a stipendiary
Magistrate for the Province        dapttl
. HONOUR THE LIEUTENANT*
Governor In Council hu been pleas-
orderthat—
A. vacation of the Supremo Court
im Friday, the sth
„..L**oeWaf, thel2th
lay of April, 1*, [both dates Inclusive,
nnd during such periodnoploadlngs'shal
be delivered or causes held.
2, This rule shall be cited ns the -'Easter
Vocation Rule, UST.'f
By Command;
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Offlce,
7th April, 1887.   - dapOtd
BY-LAW
to M-Md Ike Vlrc Uttll BM»w,
WHEREAS It li expedient to (.mend
the Fin I-iimit Bjlmr. UN:
Thertfore, be tt enacted by the Mayor
■nd Council of tbe Corporation of tbe city
of New Weitmlnster, u followx i
ii 1, CUmeone of the Mid By-law la hereby amended by striking out the word
DopfliB whenever they appear ln the
laid olanne, and lubtutatlnB therefor
Begbie-
3. Thii By*law may be cited m the Fire
Limit By-law, lm; Amendment By-law,
1W7.*.  .;     ,  - ,i
By-law read «third time and pained by
the Municipal Council the 2Ut day of
Maroh. A.D., IB87.
Heeonaldered, adopted, nnd tho xeal of
the corporation appended heieto thii 28th
day of March, A.AJ„li«7.
R. DICKINSON. Mayor.
A. ROBINSON, CM ,C.    dnpfitl
SomethingNewforB.C.
•pWO SPLENDID .ROAD STALLIONS,
noted HtHllion •'Alinoiil,"
•ut Monduy direct from the
O J.CAMPBELL,
ipp. Joe Wlne'H l.lvery Htable,
Hew Westminister.
Cop
i^OTIOB.
OTICB IB HEREBY OIVEN THAT
. 1 bave Made application tothe Chief
- jmroMoner of Landa and Worka, for a
license to cut and carry away timber from
land on tbe aouth Hide of Malaaplne Inlet,
In the Province of Brltltth Columbia, ilc-
ecribedaa foi Iowa:
. Commencing at a itake aet at the eaat
end of laid Inlet; thence forty 140] chalni
eouth; tbeoee In a aorth-weaterly direction aix hundred and forty [MM chalni:
thenee north to waters edge forty [401
" iaini, more or less; theuce along water's
-Jge back to place of commencement;
containing onethonsand (1000) acres, mora
orless.   *   <
Ai A. BAXTER.
New Wast, lit April, 1887. dap2ml
obi
edi
— IMPORTANT—
Auction Sale
mO BE MILD BY PUBLIO AUCTION,
J.   by the undersigned, on
WediMdajr, April isth. 1887,
Opmnenclni at 10 a. n., at tbe Farm of
Mr. John Latimer. Langley Prairie, the
following live and dead Htocki
i 1 lie* of *f*rk •hnw good.
Ja'^■,r«,JA;!••
• l'.WS.   "       -:i:i>.,   -     -
4 t.y«r-*M Heller aa* Ueers.
(year-.Ml'alv*.. ,    ..,    .
I Wan*, niarly n.w; ana snndiy other
rams hwleaseau.
; TBBMt* -Under 120, Cash; over 'that amount, approved Joint bills, at HO days with
out Interest.
dwmh2ltd
HENBY DAVIS,
Auctioneer.
In the Supreme Court of Brit-
ish coiambm.
In the matter of the-Domlnlon Sawmill
Company. Umlud. **l«Bp.ny in I.I-
the Uth yoar of Her'Majesty's reign
Intituled on Act raspeotlngiswiolvent
Banks; Insurance Companies, Building
, Boclslles, and Trading Corporation.;
and an net of the said Parliament passed
V la. the IRh year  ol   Her   Majesty's
reign, 0,41, Intituled an Aot to further
afflsiMthssaid Aot.
[Ill   PURSUANCE   OP   AN   OltDFR
■nam bireln on tkt Had dty of Mareh,
7, all persons having elaims against
(Dominion Sawmill Comj-any ore no*
ltd to sspd In their elaims to ths umler*
Igned.duly proved, on or befon the llth
day of Apitfl next, and In default of their
so doing thsy will nedebarred from «ny
share In the 1st dividend to bo declared.
./in-'|i<JJA*|n 0. PREVOST,
Registrar Suprem. Court. -
TMt«IMilnh*|th,tMr. '   ' dmhuotil
ti;ndei
-' I ■ ■ I—tr-)*-r
mi-.NDEItS will be received np to 'hobii
J. of Monday, lllh las,., for the eon-
sTructlon of a freight shed, on tho Company's Wharf. New Westminster. Plana
and specification may be seen at, the Engineer's Offlce, Bastings.
H. ABBOTT,    ■
U .-. . .    ,   Oeneral superintendent.
Port Moody, Wi April, IW,    ...,„ dapjtd
Young MflM^
Christian Association I
IN TBE SKATINQ RINK at 8 o'clook
every Wednesday night during Mareh
and April, -        '
Tickets for Course tl, which gentlemen
..lay exchange for inei:	
Mth, ISSI, without extra
may exchange for membership' to -Jnno
WEDNESDAY, APRIL Ui .
DR. KENT will deliver an address to
young men only,
AdBilssl.nfree.   ■    ;., ,-.,
Tenders for Piling*
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
Ilie uuderslrfited ii|- to «*atlw,AprU
181b. instant, nt noon, for Piling Cot 1.
Block G. PhuiB and speolflcatloni cun be
Hoen at the office of i Hr. Q, Vf, Orant,
architect. McKenzie st.
dapetd . HENRY V. EDMQWP8
VTOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN THAT
li we have applied to tho MlnUiur of
the Interior for a license to cut timber on
the following described lands, equated In
tho district of N«w\VostminHter and Province of British Coiumbin;
Tho Nortli-ciist 40 ncrcH of Section 36,
Township (1), ono, In Group One.
The North-east 100. luiro-. .of Section 81,
Township 17], seven,in Oroup One..
The Nrmth-onst 60 acres of und Islnnd situated in section 11, Townshlir [w], forty;
In Group Two.
ROYALCITY PLANING MILLS CO.
ILimitedJ
JOHN HENDRY, Manager.
New Westminster, 11. tt, April fith, 1887.
(Inpflnil
If, 1, 'Mill
CHILLIWHACK,
HAS    MAI)E   'ARRANGEMENTS
with John Elliot A; Sons' ikrl-
cultural Worki, London, Ont, to fur
nish him with all kinds of
FOR B. O.
Mr Jenkins *«.■ »»* can snit
thc Farmers in every Htyle of Implements
and guarantees hia Macliiuory first-class,
or no sale He will also keep all kinds
of Repairs for Machinery at Chilliwhack
and Westminster—consequently \¥mt;
mors wilt not hereafter be required to go
to Victoria or Ontario for their repairing.
Mr. Jenkins has been in thia busineu
thirty years. Kvery thing he sella hu
been made in the last six months, and on
tho latest improved pattern. ./.   -
He has on hand the far-famed
Champion Seed Drill
AND BEO AD C.UHER,
Maile Ib Oaliawn, Out, by Coulthard k
Scott; bo equal or no sain.
.)-■
Among Ills Stook sre the following:
Milwaukee Junior 'Miow Binder*
.1ft. out, weight only 1100 pounds.
TESTIMONIAL.
Messrs. John Elliott is Sons,   . .
DEAIl HIH9.-W» nre very pleased to
givo our testimony to the very snttifnctof?
manner In wlilcli your Hell-binding Heap,
er, "The Milwaukee Junior," has cut a
good Gngllsb crop of wheat.
Tbe epip. except in u few bare plaoe.,
would uverago from 115 to 40 bushels psr,
ncre, pei-liups more, und In plnee, c-rtaln-
ly more.
We only had two horses to work it. and
from considerable experience In thework*
Ingot Self-Binding Iteiuiers, wo should,
without hesitation, say It went us easily
with two horses ns some others with three.
The Knotter tied bestlfully, nnd we an
extremely pleased with Ihe simplicity
of ft, ,
We should ndd thut nur client, Mr; Ol-
ney, on whose fnrm we were-working,'
says It Is tbo best mucltino he has sen
work, Wc cut nbout 6 aeres ln iy, hoars.
Wo nre, Yours very truly,
miBUNOHAM, INNES. 4
l'ATBItN08TER.
London, England. -
Triumph Single Beaper,
One ol the strongest ami latest pat
terned In the market. --
Wtrrlor lower,
No equal on rough ground; handlad
and sold It (or the last seven years aad
alwaya found purchasers satisfied.
OumslOB Hay Knke,
Stands higher on Its wheels and Is
stronger than any other; any small
boy ean dump it. ■
Kollne Sulk)Plow,
Now universally used In the U. 8,;
either sod or stubble; mnde entirely of
steel. - 1
Steel Disc Harrow,
For breaking up soil anil  summer
fallow—-none liko lt.
Dluor'i Harrow,'
With sixty steel teeth. •
Ole Hundred flows     ".':
Of all different patterns, and of every
description-breaking plow's! stubble
plows.
I X I Grain Grinder,
Grinds evory kind of grain, 15 to SS'
bushels an hour; »Imu
Fhienix Grinder.
Alsoon hand tbe celebrated McOlOlkej
Separator, end the celebrated Water*
oni lire Proof Champion lit Im
(either horizontal or upright), both thess
are too woll known to need reoominend-
«tion. He buys them wholesale and ll
conseoBently able to sell them very cheap.
He keeps also a complete supply of
lartaooth t Co'i renowned Hone
rowers, Thraiklnf Hac*iliei, Drag
and Circular 8»wlni Macklaei.
' Agent for all kinds of WagOill. '
Call ud sec me bofore going elsewhere.
Agencies ot Westminster, Chllllwhaok,
Lnngley, Ladners, Kamloops, .ml elsewhere in tho provinoe, Lettors should
bo addressed to
,.<,,   VV. H.JWNKWSI I  ' i
wnpliml   Westminster or ChllllWltiik.
We haVfe jtist Iteceiyed pd Opened this
Weetli]*rge
Goods, assorted as follbwsi':
Fancy Dress Goods,
6. ililol
M.I -jsJlr.
Dress Trin^niijags *& l^ninif«
DpessMuslinS;&Pipes
Black Silks A Satins. ^    ; r
Lace Curtains & ConnterpABes.
Tabic Linens* Nankins &
.. Tow clings.
Kid Gloves* Corsets Sl Hosiery       v
Embroideries, Laces & Edgings.
it Collars, Calls &. Handk'ch'ls
€lothliii(, Hats, and Hen's Farnlsbli*(Clo«>as,     ui sovUsfai riHn
(ariKt^Llnoleaiiig,«llClotli-iantINittti.
ALLOFlTKRIDATVIRVOIjOSIPRIOn.       ,.,Mh -oululWior
D. PRYSDAyfciftOCL   !
April 2, 1887 ;    .     '; 73iWomUj ^"BT-m< Wesflblnsti*.
fflfllpW
JUBILEE YEAR: 1887;
Just reoeived in dor Millinery and DreBs
Dopartmont, the Newest Designs from London Direct, oonsisting of ■'..' :
NOVELfliiliH^
The Battenbcrg, Lady Churchill, Qyeen's Jubilec^Norfolk, Chandos,
Rutland, Suffield, Pagoda, Marchioness, Ellen terry, Purl, new
and striking Sailor Hats and Boating, Picnic and Sun Hats in
numerous varieties. '" ,    ,-!
robe oostunIe;©.
Silks and Striped Satins.' Aigrettes, Ornaments, Plumes and
Trimmings of all descriptions.     .'.   ,   .,      / , .
Great additions have heen made to our usual heavy Stock, in
every'Department, ihcluUiirfclMenVCJjthing and FuHlishin^.'
r     JAMES. ELLARD &
dwapito '■  v" iu<»in>oar xco-crtai-fi
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
Have 4^ (r0rcel7ed, ex U.
P. R., tiw^;%^
ment English Biy d*oods
sisting of Brussels & Tapestry Carpets,^ Jjaee and
Scrim Curtains, Damasks,
Cretonnes, T$$.# ;J4^^ns
& Napkins, Towel?. &c.
An inspect*
,t j'..Oi..f... o: .s
ajpuaa
'isWfi'tAv  'i ". t
IRA0EIJT8lPW8,LMI(nS,CHAJM81AC.
Al«p a' laiie assortmj«nt if •'SltSllglll°11?LAtEfi:' WARE
K^Vg^^^JS|00N^^Jwl^ ;• :;:;::* Jj;r .:
J   ^T All Goods guaranteed tobe is represented. ; ; ;
d*r*jai9tc
Coloni At Block, *3l«\» WeMminttw, B. C.
il" l!  ■ j "i.'i-n I nil" j-inViiin'i, '.l - 'it 'I In-i'i
». H. McMI
OITYROLLII
,"6.'(!-; rtraiBilm r-:.-. i ".m oiu wt"
LLANttflRO.
R FLOUR MILLS,
1 J c- ".i'J,-:^   )  \rs _W_i_w_ii____,__,
f:..l, *-i!»   JJ-1T     Voiw. ,-l :   ;.,   '-,.-'
avinutil wmj-viq^t,
—*« ....
Jul«td? i-r ,.yt     IT. "W. T.
fMism Uioisglo iuiu
Mr Ask lor Meiiiiu-i iruli, JUinrlw M'llrMf token, *w»rd«i
Diplom.-a.d MaaaTat tM^&lapiil,WWim, lj***l»..,rSi.i Flit, fill* al
Pi*^ii<s*ill^blbWi*.Wd*%^l«li^lfe .,.;-*,..  . dapfcri

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