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Daily   British   Columbian.
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VOLUME 4
NKW  WESTMINSTER, B. C, THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 5, 1888.
eWOI.l" SMITH, 91. D.
to
.a ', OlT'lTlL'irr-'T. iiin.aini ninaa
J rntruluro nf Colonial Hotel.
(*/ HP.SI!)lT-.NCG-Airnc.TT HI., oppoalte now
■fllBaptlat l*liriivli.  Telephone No. !I8.
* OPPIOIS HOUBS-10 a. m. to 12 noon; 2
«> 6; tiii.l (irrnr to 8 p. m. ilnolOlrr
l_    IH. .HAOLKAN, U. A., H. D., C. JI,
'". * OFFICE: McKenzlo felt-eel, next door In
pit ".irlllftheil. ,
',}i HEslliKNCK: AgneaBtreet, third houae
nVvriir. Mnry Streot.' Telephone No. 17.
'        ?'<;[", IlOUItSrlOtnl"! 2 toS " ""
il-del3lc	
Ml OOOPBIl, D. A.,III. o.
' IWFfOB IIOnitailOloI2|2to,6|6l30lo8.
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PU YSICIAN A SURGEON.
■k,4\l«Kl«K mill UESlpENOE—Church St,
il jnost ilnor to Farmers' Home), nenr
■ *- Ool ii m hla 8t, New Westminster, B.0.
"-limes HOUB8-8toi6n.iri.i ltoSand
e*.' (UQto 8 p.m. Calls In town and conn-
C [   try promptly attended to. tc2le
WKLSH,
'loom lfl,
Colonial Hotel.
i*   Office Hours-10 to 4.
Hr -i   K. C. BROWN,
i b«
DENTIST,
!
.   OKFIOTTfl — Over feanfc  o( D. C„ corner
ij -'.triry and Columbia Htroets,
1' Houns-lr a. in. lo 7 p. ra.       dwJySOlo
'I   A. SMITH,
ii.
DENTIST.
frnduntool Penn College rrf Denial Sur-
.. spry.
tt Cor. Mackenzie A ql.irimon sis.
tlw mtilOlc
l.trnHiioinn * Hci'OLI,,
BARRISTERS,     -
SOLICITORS, ETC.
jj'.'mcas. Masonic liirllilliiiiS,New Westminister, hiitI Vancouver-. B. C.      lyBlrliVto
P";——	
| 1   C. ATKINSON',
1.      RARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Ao.
.'■oKenzIo Strcel.
jvdwteioto Now Westmluaier, B. C.
il.TtT   VORMAN iim.K.a.c,
BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
"t arr-l Aifarlt
Money to I,oiin.
i Coin m III rt St.,
,.ae2lc Now Westmlnstor, II. C.
W   UHANT,
ARCHITECT
li! Ifpior—Gornor Mnry mul Olarkson r?ls.
dwfo-ffito
|ffLOW,A JIAOLIWE,
ARCHITECTS.
/pick - Room 15,
Ovirltonkof B.C.,
Columbln slroet.
•nubile
, l.nKHT ,1. HILL,
1 M. CAS. Srrir. t'. E.
fVII. ENOINEEII,
LAND SURVEVOlt nud
jjji '       URADOHTSMAN.
jfich—Nerlr Miiaonlo Block,
E|'wmhlrito Now Wostminster.
4. WAMIEK k CO.,
AUDITORS, ACCOUNTANTS, mull
QENEBAIi FINANCIAL AGENTS,
(l.AKK BUILDING,
New Wostmlnator, B. C.
t'T'io-Clnro Rood, Halifax, Englnnil.
' dwjriylitc'
ft J   TRAPP,
r -'AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
PinmblaStreet,... New Westminster
ill commissions will  receive prompt
1 careful rttUrntlon.    Best references
rfen when required. mlil2-lo
RAND BROS.
»Kil- BSTATB BKOKHAS,
Cnnvoynncera, Collect or »t
B) And Ininranee Agent**,
(hoe* at VIOTORIA: Port atreet,
s NEW WESTMINSTER: Corner
K McKenslo nnd Clarknon Sts.
VAKCJOUVER, Cordova Street.
IQUILDWO LOTS tovsale ht atl sections
Vancouver and New WontmhiHter City.
'ARM LANDS ot superior nuullty for
e nt' Chilliwhack, Tort Hammond,
;nley, Miitsi-.nl, Sumiifi, Mud Bay,Lad-
"s Lundlnir, Lulu Inland, Norlh Arm
^ Plti Rivor.
tap* nml Plnns exhibited and tlm full-
-ilnfoi'infttlon furnished tit'all ourotlleea.
te'Me
. McDONOUOH
/ HAVINO OAKEN
iiitlliomN Building, Front St.
'orinorly onrriylod by Kyle A TllUni),
S  NOW  RKADV
serve hie oiujtoiiu-r.s and everybody
li ah good a stock nun man wants to
cot from.
iry flood.-), Srecei'lflit. IVitvlslims,
ickc ry, -UluMware, Waals, Ac.
ome nnd nee the new placo, and let uk
■"iw whut you thick of It.
wocifltc • o. Mcdonough.
HARDWARE,  ETC.
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
rnAKU THIS OPPORTUNITY OF THANKING THEIE NUMEROUS PAT-
I ror-j • Ito very liberal atipport extended to tliem in the past and of informing
tliem tint they nro still to be found nt the OLD STAND, and trust that by careful
attention to business in all its detail* to still merit anil secure thnt large share of
patronage which lias always been extended to them.
"Small ProfltS uml Ulllck Bctlirns" in our motto, anil while we confess that wo have not yot solved the problem of BUVINO nnd SELLING and LIVING BY THE L0S6*, yet at the same time we do claim that we have discovered
WHEN, WHERE and HOW TO BUY tho nnnioroua Articles that we carry.
Hence, by buying in tho best markets, at the proper season, wo aro able to offer
onr Customora the VERY. BEST MANUFACTURES .at tho LOWEST POSSIBLE
PRICES. We have pnrchascd very largely ior tho presont season and with tbo
stock already reoeived and on the way, we claim to havo one of the best selected
Stocks in British Columbia.   Wo carry lull lineB of      ,
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds of the best makes; Cross-rut & llniul-SHMS,
Barbed Wire for Fencing, and all the necessary Utensils for Farming)
Pulley Blocks, Snatch Blocks, Rope & Chain in all sizes; Pitch,
Tar & OuklllUI Tarred and Plain Paper for BalldliiKt Paints & Oils
ill all colors; Liquid Paints in nil shades; Floor Paints ready tonse; Grind
Stones; Wall Paper in all designs; Brooms & Brushes for all purposes;
Lubricating Oils) Traps of all descriptions, large enough to catch the Chinaman who stoats your chickens, tbe Bear or Panther that got away with your family
of pigs, and email enough to annihilate tho Mouse tbat destroys your grain anil
nibbles at your cheese.
Itzr Special attention given to ordera by mail, and if yon havo any doubt where
to buy any particular articlo.why go or send to
T. J. TRAPP * CO.,
dwap5tc
Columbia Street, New Westminster,
ioneer Hardware Store I
BBTABLIBBBD   18.33.
JAMES CUNNINGHA
Columbia Street,   Westminster, B. C.
IMrjpORTElIi    OB*
Hardware,Agricultural Implements
Paints, Oils, Glassware, Crockery, Wall
Papers, Wooden Ware.
STOVES AND RANGES
ur a--BBijfi.T ■v-A.BXsnrx-.
Tinware,  llollnwnn*. Plumber's Goods, Iron Pipe
and Fittings.
Manufacturer of Tinware. Employs none but first-class Workmen. Contracts for Sheet-iron Cornice Work, Gas Fitting;
Plumbing, Roofing, &c, &c.
it."? All Work Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction. dwmhiOmi
HATS
Our stock of Hats is now complete and
as they were all personally selected by one
of our Arm in the Eastern American and
Canadian markets, customers may be sure
of getting the Latest Styles and the Best
Values. We carry, without exception, the
largest stock of Hats in the city, and an inspection is cordially invited.
Ogle, Campbell * Co.
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
dwapStc
NEXT HANK OP MONTttEAL, K. W.
W. & G. WOLFENDEN,
(Successors to C. <«. Major.)
Dry Goods <S Groceries!
E^TJust Received—Large Consignment of EXTRA CHOICE
MILD CURED HAMS & BACON—the very finest quality.
Civic Opkioehs.—Mftyor'^'nobert Dink-
Inson; City Clcik, Cnpt. Robinson; Polico Magistrate, T. 0. Atkinson; Chief
Engineer Flro Department; \V, Corbett;
AHsffituiu, ll. liead't   *
COUllT pl'ITCIALH.—Judge (if Uio su-
nroino Court, lion. .1. R MaurplKtit; Hcgls-
Irtti, Wt It. Kaklliic; SherlJi; W.J. Armatrong.
Puovinciai. Ok;*t(!KK». — Government
Ak'MKiCliaK. Warwick; lteglstrai-offltleH,
It. W. Armstrong: Supt. ol Provincial
Asylum, Dr. It. T. Itentley: Buronrof Asylum, Jas. Phillips; Governor of Central
Prison, Win. Morosby: Steward Royal Columbian Hospital, Chas, Dlgby; Immigration Agent, Jno. Sprott; Coroner, W.
T). Ferris.
Pominios OiTiciAi.fi.--Postmaster, J.C.
Brown; Collector of Customs, J.8.Clute;
Warden of Penitentiary, A. H. MoBride;
Dominion Land Agent, H. H. W. Aikman:
Crown Timber Agent, T, 8. Higginson;
.Inspectoral Fisheries,Tlio*;. .-lowat,
BKPiifiSESTATiVES.-Henator, Dr.'T. II.
Mulnnes; IIonsi> of Commons, Donald
Chisholm; Provincial Legislature, Capt.
W. N. Role, Q. C.
nra mi m gdisel
(MPLOYMENT WANTED.
iPRACTIOArj KNOUflltGARnnKKH
desires tn obtain etnplovnient In it-
iglng ganletiN, liolbeils, llowcr hwlit,
rnsiind other work of tlmt nnl uio. '.'.■■■•*-
borough knowledgo of his Inislm--<
;1 giuiranices siillsfucllon, ExflOilcnt
ereucesif rt-aulrod, ,
lddreM*4W. F.,"Uil)i office,   dmhfllto
M.AJcRAE,
Merchant Tailor,
WISHEB TO INFOHM  THE PEOPLE
OF NEW WESTMINaTER THAT HE
IS PREPARED   TO EXECUTE
AT.L ORDERS FOR
TAILORING
A FUI.I. LINE OF
EiikIIsIi, Si*ol<*li   and  Irish
Tweeds and   Fancy
Trouserings.
3'0UI.LAR'S OLD STAND
C(ii.iT.M!n.v St.,   ■   New Wkhtminbtkii.
tlffinli29to
■OO TO<
P. J. FOULDS & CO.
-FOR YOUR-
Groceries,
Provisions,
Flour, Feed, &c.
ALL (J00D8   S0L1J   CHEAP   AND
bELlVKHED PROMl'Tr^'.
ODDr-XLLOWB' ttLUVK, Columbia   I.
(Jmh27»c
MAILS CLOSE  AND ARRIVE.
CLOSE
For Can. Pac. Hy,—Dally (e.xccpt Sunday
nnd Monday), nt 12.43, and on Saturday
(for dlHpatoii Sunday) at 22.
For Victoria, V. I., and Western U. S. Offices—Monday, 12,45: Tuesday, 8.1o and lit;
Wednesday, o:x,; Thursday, 8.15 and 19;
Friday,6.80; Satnrdny,8.l5.
For Vancouver, Moodyvllle nndBnrrard
Inlet—Daily (except. Sunday) nt8.15.
For Port Moody—Daily (except Sunday)
ats.
For Ladner's Landing ami Lulu Island--
Monday, 12.43; Tuesday and Thursday
at ID.
For Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie, Surrey
Centre and Langloy Prairie—Saturday,
fl.
For North Arm nnd Sea Island—Thursday, 13.80.
For Elgin and Mud Bay-Saturday, 12.45.
For Plumper's Pass—Monday, 12.45.
For Nanalmo (direct mallj-Tnesday, IP.
From Cau. Pac. Ry.-Dally (except Saturday) at 13.
From Victoria—Sunday, Tuesday and
Thursday, 1(1; Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday, 11.80.
From Vancouver, Moodyvlllo nnd Burrard Inletr-Dally (except Bunday) at 1«.
From Port Moody—Daily (exceptSunday)
nt 17.
From Ladner's Landing und Lulu Island
—Sunday, Tuesday mid Tliursday, 16.
From Clover Valley. Hall's Prairie and
Laiuirj ppilrle—Frlday, JO.
From Norlh" Arm and Sea Island—Thursday. I'.'.
From i'.i.^ii and Mud Bay—Saturday, 11.
From Plumper's Pnss—Sunday, 16.
From Nanalmo (direct mall)—Saturday,
POST OFFICE HOURS:
Money Ordor Hours—0 to 17 daily; nml
General Delivery from i) to 10 (7 p. in,),
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; Uto
18, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays—
except when malls are being made up or
WBL
S*ailij -fvitisli Columbian
TlniNil.iv   r.triilnt, April S, IWUI.
POWDIB
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity.strengthaml rWholesoroenes*-!. More
economical than the ordinary kinds,nnd
cannot he sold In com pe* it Inn with tho
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans,
RoVAt. UAKINU PoWBKK Co., 100 Wall St..
New York. 3fely
FOR   SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN the LANG-
lcySuw una I'lanlng Mill; nrlll In
good orilar. For pnrllirulnni apply on Ihe
promlsi'sto 11. WKsr,
Or, Monnrn. DRAKE, JACKSON,
opISIir 4I1EI.MIIKEN   Victoria.
Milch Cows for Sale
FOR SALE-A  NUMBER OF OOOD
Milch ITowa.  Apply lo
C. DROWN,
Delta.
P. 0. ArlilrosiT, New Westminster.
(hvinlilOtnl
Tug for Sale!
miTO BOAT 7(1 PERT; COMPOUND MA-
X   chlnevy, liy Eastern makers.
Appiv to
Mkssks, hrwickk a wiilffsohx,
djafllc Vancouvor, R. C.
Valuable Property for Sale,
Hpii'it'li! OlifltiCO   Uw  hivi'Miiicnt.
mil I'. FOUiOWiSti DBStRABIiK
L    Lai.iU:
A lUnuk ofSWaflVes.nlioul■■ miles almvo
jfmv Wi'siinliisler, with a river frontage
of •£ mllfd, wltltdi is Bullahle forBrnKhijr
and fnniilnx, alxmt 7t)n neren liningpmirli1,
Alnn.it  lllwkeoi*.! thill';; ii!H'aeres, with
a river fmiihu,'*-of i mile,ili;i.ily Hmhcred
and wtili ahou! ;in acreiof prairie land:
mI '■■<!■■■■ M:*  '.'.-.na  r',   ,', nearly oppn-
sllellie iicnltciiilnry.
Aleo, a Mine I; on Mmijt'as street, adjoin-
Inalhli clly, wilh n froiilHKO mi Biiftihbv
I .like, i'iiiituluiii*j over -Iitti acres. Thin
laud Is M-iPuhlp for jjan'-'nliiK and fruit
onihjre, nu t will Iw sold in hluokaloenil
pundiUH,', *.i
AlTOfWi'tml fiojjt In the wt-M ondoflho I
Monlroal Streot,
citv
AIM   at   Utah!
.'.mMl'i'ii. Ij ilQi-cj.
\l.-o. No- l!otMi*.*-|'vi:l,(*(iul:»iiilnirt(larii-.*t
of dr»l-t*j.i!w ondiard, wlii.*h will he hoKI
(•tt block or in otiO'in-rc I'loiti, lofluit pur-
•oluiters. on ibis pnjpeWy are ta-0 lavitu
andi'ii'iiiiiodioii.*! lions,*.-; in Ihoi-oueli repair. Pi'leos ii ml tcrmcon apl'McalKin to
Wir.MAMCI.AllKSON,
dwdn^llc WpMlmitiHter,
SCIENTIFIC MISCEIiLANV.
Tlio fourth session of tlio Intor-
toi national Geological Congress will
lie held in London from Sept. 17th
to 25th. Tho previous raeotings
wero held in Paris in 1878, Bologna
in 1881, and Berlin in 1885.
Where the Day Ends.—In a
Merman chart, published in 1870 by
Dr. Gleuns, a lino dividing plaoea
keeping Sunday and Monday respectively passes through Behring
Straits, leaving Aleutian Isles on
the east, curves sharply in between
the Philippines on the west and
the Carolines on the east, then
curves again sharply, sweeping north
of New Guinea, and leaving the
Chatham Isles on the west. At all
places west of the line it is Monday
while it is Sunday on the east.
Painlem Death,—The uso of
carbon dioxide has been recommended as a speedy and painless means
of extinguishing life in animals,
but it appears that death dees not
always ensue at once on suffocation
by this gas. A frog was.recerttly
placed in carton diexide for halton
hour, and then, apparently dead,
was subjected to some electrical experiments, but two hours later was
discoveredmS'lively as ever. The;
observation suggests that suffocation
may prcduce at first a kind pf cota*-
lepsy, and that life should not lie
too hastily pronounced extinct in
persons taken from burning buildings, mines, etc.
The Smallest Peopie,—Skeletons of two Akkas, the pigmy people discovered by Schweinfurth in
1870, havo been acquired by the
British museum, and show that this
raoe is undoubtedly the most diminutive known. The statiire of the
male skeleton is about an iuch below four feet, and that of tha female
about as much above. The few previous measurements recorded indicate that these heights are rather
below the average, though a living
adult female of threo feet ten inches
is known. Prof. Flower tinds that
the Akkns belong to the r "black or
Negroij* branch of the human
species, and that they are not allied
to tho Bushmen or Andaman Islanders, which tribes they most resemble in size.
Btoop Education.—Many of our
most fatal diseases are now known
to be due to tho feeding of bacteria
upon the body. These bacteria
sometimes find nothing that they
can feed upon, and the proper way
of coping with them, says Prof. E.
Kay Lancaster, is by educating the
white bloc J roipuscles to resist their
attacks. The corpuscles can be
gradually trained by weak or small
(Ices of poisonous matter, as of
arsenio, to offer a high degree of re
sistance to doses that would have
been fatal if given at first. This is
tho principle of preventive inocula
tion, which has proven1 remarkably
successful in diseases of cattle and
sheep, as well as in small-pox in
man. It is believed that the white
coipuscles can be trained to receive
the most virulent poisons, and it is
hoped that this training will bo carried on so as to deal with a great
number of diseases.
Planetaiiv Domains—Assuming
the sun's mass to be .130,500 times
the e.iilh's, a body fulling from an
indefinitely great distance would
strike tho solar suiface with a
velocity of no less than 382.52 miles
por second. -Drawn by the planet's
attraction alone, the body would
reach Jupiter with a velocity of
S7.37 miles per second; Saturn,
with 22.58 miles; Neptune, 13 72
miles; Uranus, 13.25 miles; the
earth, 6.91 miles; Venus, 5.22 miles;
Mars, 3.18 miles; Mercury, 2.00; and
the moon, 1.48, The region in
which each planet exerts a more
powerful influence than all other
bodies is, however, not indefinitely
groat, being chiefly limited by the
sun's superior force. Mr. R, A.
Proctor has calculated the extent of
the domain over which each planet's
attraction is the supremo power, to
gethor with the velocity with whioh
a sun drawn body, coming from a
very great distance, might pass
through theso several regions o*
space. The spherioal domain of
meroury is only 32,000 miles in di
nineter, and Iwdies pass with velocities up to 42 miles per second. For
our moon this diameter and velocity
are respectively 36,000 and 26 miles;
Venus, 106,000 and 30; the earth,
322,800 und 26; Mars, 165,000 and
21; Jupiter, 29,834,000 and 11.5;
Saturn, 29,912,000 and 8.5; Uranus,
24,000,000 nml ll; uml Neptune,
•10,000,090 and 4.75. These figures
show Jinv.' great are the chances that
tliu movements of comets mny be
perturbed by the outer planets,
whose attraction is strung over a
widrr extent, where tho distant snn
i.-xorts feeble influence.
Children Cryfor Pitcher'sCistorla
-~   i ..''■; Lrusis.
NUMBER B(K> ods W.
■" ■ '   tea—
BY TELEGRAPH.
The tluefii lo Yinlt Bfrlln-llu Malldl
Proclnlraa a Hilly Hnrtgalnsl tgjpl.
Bfimarck Krslgn..
Brlgaudtige iu   l'Hba»A"Free   Inter-
chaage of Prodiicu Between trtnttn
nd Ibe lilted sniiej.
iiisr Nidnrs MSPAieuKs.
BOraAOTEK INTERVIEWED.
Londnn, Ap. 4.—The Pall Mall Gazette publishes an interview had with
Oen. Boulanger. The general says he is
like an ordinary candidate for election
to the chamber of deputies, and that
he did uot appeal to the electors rrf the
Department da Nord for persons! vindication in potty department questions, but en account of a great principal, therefore his presence at the
polling district, and a porsopal canvass
were unnecessary. Of victory there
was no doubt that it was certain. - The
principle which was-represented in
this election was declared by the general to be a revision of the constitution
of the French republic. The chamber
of deputies, he said, was impotent, and
failed to represent the people at present.
WON'T OIVE DrTHE YANKEE.
Tanoibus, April 4.--The government of Morocco has replied to Consul
Lewis refusing to accede te the de-
nnrnds of the American government
with reference to the imprisonment of
Rabul. It is expected thut the American warships will take vigorous mei c-
.urqs to enforce the demands nf their
government. It is officially stated that
the difference between the Moorish
government and the Amerionn consul
present no new phases. The United
States warship Enterprise has sailed
fut Nice, where her commandor will
consult with tho admiral of the American squadron.
THE CANADIAN LiCttOSSE MAYERS.
•' London, Apl. 4.—The lacrosse team
are eminently pleased with the retail
ao far and express their confidence that
rs they have begun by severely defeating three such good teams as Manchester, Owens College and Bradford,
they have reason to expect to oontinue
throughout their tour. Some London
friends of Lacrosse are giving a reception and banquet to tlie Canadians here
next Wednesday.
senate that the treaty is unsatisfactory;  .
and should not he ratified, the otheF"
Is to referitJbitrliftO'th*i-8tate dmisSP -'*"
ment: with', a-sffl^«stibn- tlut- fc■ie'--' ''
amended in certttn, particulairs. ■ ::'r:i-ju t.
To lessen niortaJity.joiil.atop thein-;i or
roads of disease, asa)Se^i^.ltLyaia!_iSKi.
vegetable discoveryaWdlWIpeptio Caro^      ■
For all diseases arising--tram irapure^r
Blood, such as Blmples, filotohcsi BHteuiP^- et-
nets, Indigestion, etc., etc., it hu no" •
equal. Mra. Thomas Smith, Elm, writes.'    ;
"1 am using this medicine for Dyspep-'
sia,   I have tried' many' remedies, but
this is the only one that has done me
any good."
THIS MOBNISS'S DESPATCHES.
CLEMENCEAU    nEFEATBD.
Paris, April 5.—Tho supporters of
M. Clemenceau are chagrined nnd indignant at his defeat for president of
the chamber, of deputies yesterday.
THE QOEBN TO VISIT BERLIN.
Dublin, April 5.—Bismarck is preparing to reeeive the Queen.
BNBAPrY  CIJBA.
Key West, Fla., Apl. 5.—The son
of Senator Alcntado, a rich sugar
planter of Havana, has beon kidnapped by bandits in Baino, sixty miles,
from Havana, and held for $4000 ransom.
A special from Carbarien says: " On
the Guavabalos plantation, situated in.
Guayajar district, an old man named
Antonio Moreno .wns killed by six
mounted baudit3,a,nie:l -,'itli Winches.
ter rifles and machetes. They attacked
and plundered the plantation. Kidnapping is becoming general nil over
tho island.
PARTIAL  COMMERCIAL   I'SIOX.     ,   .
'Ottawa, Apl. 5.—Sir Chas. Tupper,"
minister of finance, in answer to a
question in the house cf commons today, mtid the retaliatory bill introduced
in the U. S. Congress, wss tho result
of a misunderstanding in that country.
Ho added that in the next official gazette there would appear a proclamation
providing for the free interchange of
products between the two conntries.
This announcement has created a sensation in politiosl circles, nnd is regarded as a complete backdown on the
part of the Dominion government, especially iu view of tho declaration
made last week by the cabinet ministers that Canada would maintain her
interpretation of the international arrangement at all hazards.
THE TOPE AND THE IRISH.
Rome, April 5.—The Pure is seemingly willinrj io advise the Irish loaders
and people tti cxcrciie ino^cnitiini, but
hns refuser! te givo any positive ovders
to oppose the national leagno movement.
A HOLY WAn PROCLAIMED.
Cairo, April 5.—Tho Khedive has
received a copy of the proclamation
issued by the Mahdi, declaring a sacred
war against Egypt, und ordering'the
Soudanese to enter her territory. To
this is attributed tho renewal of hostilities near Saukim by Ostium Digna,
and ulniming reports of movements in
the interior.
MEL1NE ELECTED.
Paris, Apl. 4 —In tlio chamber of
deputies to-day a third hallot was
taken fur the president nf ihe chamber, resulting in the choice of M.
Meline by seniority, ho and M.
OlenicucenU, receiving 108 votes each.
The senaio resolved that, in viow of
tlio irravity uf Ihe situation, a too
leuatliy prorogation nf tho chamber
would bo attended wnh great incon-
vrm'pnco.
COMMISSION Ell  TO  AUSTRALIA
Washinoton, April 5.—Frank Mc-
Crrppen, of San Francisoo, lias accepted the presidents appointment of chief
commisBiouor of the United States to
the Australian exposition, whioh opens
at Melbourne a few montha henco.
THE FISHERIES TREATY,
Washinoton, April 5.—Tho fisheries treaty will be called up in committee on foreign niTnira, on Saturday.
At the present timo there are two
lines of action being discussed. Ono
is to have the committee report a resolution expressing the opinion of the
THIS AFTEKNOON'S DESPATCHES.
PHELPS LEAVES   LONDON.
London, April 5.—Phelps, the American minister, left London to-day for
Southampton to embark on the steamer for New York.
POLICE FOR THE BUEIINOTON.
Chicago, April.5.—This morning a
detail of a hundred city police were
massed at the DesPlaines street station, and instructed to relieve the
Piukerton guards that have been keep,
ing watch over the Burlington road.
The police supersede Pinkerton's men
at all points on the road in the oity,
THE LAYTON   GALLERY.
Milwaukee, Apl. 5.—The Layton
art gallery, presented to the city of
Milwaukee by Fred. Layton, an old
and wealthy resident, was thrown open
to the public to-day. The building and
grounds represent an investment of
about $100,COD. To this Layton added donations of pictures valued at
about $50,000, and to-day he drew a
checit for $100,000 as an endowment
fund for the temple. Other prominent citizens have contributed liberally.
in tho shape of valuable pictures,: and
altogether the gallery will compare
favorably with any other institution of
the kind in the country.
TERRIBLE   ACCIDENT.
Mason City, Iowa, Ap. 6.—A terrible accident occurred this morning
on the Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway,
5 miles out of New Hampton. Brief
particulars have been learned here np
to this time. A smoking car, two passenger, baggage, mail car and engine
plunged through a bridge into the
Wapsie river. The smoking car, containing over 20 passengers, is entirely
submerged. The engineer cannot be
found,and it is thought he is drowned.
BISMARCK RESIGNS.
Cologne, Ap. 5.—The Covefie says
Bismarck has resigned, being unable
to agree with the emperor's policy,
THE MOROCCO DIFJlCUirY.
Washington, Ap. 5. — Secretary
Bayard to-day received a cablegram
from United States Consul Lewis, at
Tangiers, the tenor of which is that a
satisfactory settlement of the trouble
with the Moorish government .will
soon be reached.
BIO POW-WOW IN THE HOUSE.
Ottawa, April 4.—The opposition
made a big row in the house to-day
over the government's decision to place
on the free list, green fruits, seeds,
trees and shutes, claiming a great victory for them. The change was mado
with a view of helping the Washington
administration to get a tariff bill
through congress. This bill will be of
great benefit to Canada inasmuch as it
proposes to place on the free list, lum*
ber, iron, ore, grain, etc.
WOMAN  SUFFRAGE.
San Franoisco, Apl. 5.—The state
prohibition convention this, morning
adopted resolutions favoring woman
suffrage and a law by whioh all saloons
would be closed on Sunday.
UNEASY   IN PARIS.
Paris, Apl. 5.—The bonne is uneasy and excited owing to rumors of
incidents having occurred on the German frontier.
the bono bill passed.
Washinoton, April 5.—The senate
to-dsy passed the bond bill without a
word of discussion and without the
division tho committee of conference
ordered.
a training ship ashore.
London, April 5.—Tlie naval train*
ing brig Martin, manned by boys, is
ashore at Blockhouse Point, Ports*
mouth. Tugs are endeavoring to pull
her off, but their efforts have thus ttr
failed. .    .
a traitor on trial.
London, Aprils.—The trial of Templar, of the 7th rifles and chief of the
baloini department of tho army, for
divulging nrmy secrets, began to-day at
Chatham,
O'BRIEN WANTS DAMAGES.
Dublin, April 5.—William O'Brien
has boiitin a suit against the Cork Cou-
atitutlon) conservative, for libel, claim*
ing £5030 damages.
OFF FOR AMERIKY,
London, Apl. 5.—Four thousand
Irish emigrants sailed to-day from
Queenstown for America.
Mothers I
Castoria is recommended by physicians
for children toothing. It is a purely vegetable preparation, its ingredients are
published aronnd each bottle, It ts
pleasant to tho taste and'absolutely harmless. It relieves constipation, regulates
tlio bowels, quiets pain, cures diarrhtea
and wind colic, allays feverisbness, destroys worms, and prevents convulsions,
soothes tho ohild and gives it refreshing
and natural sleep. Castoria ts the child-
reus'panacea—the mothers' friend. 35
doses, 35 cents, dwinli20ml
Kev. J. MoLanrin, Canada Baptist
Missionary to India, writes: "Daring
onr stay in Canada, we have used Dr.
Thomas' Eclectrio OU with very great
satisfaction. We ary now returning to
India, and wonld like very much to take
some with ns, for our own use and te
give to the diseased heathen,
Children Cryfor PHcher'tCwterli SSi
Sails f ritish Columbian
Tkarida;  EYrnini. April 9, isss.
A tolegrmn from Ottawa, which
will be found in another column,
contains an announcement by Sir
Charles Tupper to the effect that a
proclamation would appear shortly
providing for a free interchange of
natural products between Canada
and the United States. This announcement, if correct, will take
the whole country completely by
surprise. Sir Charles Tupper has
been one of the most zealous defenders of the N. P., and, according to
the doctrines of those who inaugurated this policy, it was to protect
the farmer as well as the manufacturer. That it has not protected the
farmer to any extent appears from
the fact that a large majority of the
fanners hare pronounced in favor of
reciprocity. The now departure,
taken in connection with the resolution lately passed by tho U. S.
congress, points directly towards
commerciul union — a principle
which we believe is steadily gaining
strength on this side of the bound-
Fahey, the Montreal detective,
has been convicted and sentenced to
fourteen years in tho penitentiary.
For many years this mnn stood at
tho top of the profession. He was
clover, popular, and enjoyed the confidence of those who knew him. But
he has been convicted of a very serious crime, the details of which show
that while accepting the confidence
of his employers he was secretly
making them the victims of his
avarice. A. great robbery wns committed some time ago in Montreal,
and the trial has resulted in proving
thut Fahey, the trusted detective,
was a party to the crime, in the
proceeds of which he shared. The
case has produced quite a sensation
in eastern Canada, and the trial has
been watched with the greatest interest We nre told that evil associations and fast living were tlio
causes of his downfall. These causes
will be found to huvc operated in
the downward career of most men
who end their lives on the gallows
or in prison. There are bad men to
be found in all communities, nud
tlioso who seek their society for
companionship cannot escape contamination. The road to ruin is almost always a gradual decline. The
lirst steps are nearly always bud ns?
sooiations. , ln view of these facts
it is of the utmost importance that
parents should exercise tho greatest
care as to the associations formed by
their ohildren. The minds of
young people aro like plastic wax
upon whicli impressions for good or
bad are easily made. When character bocoines fixed it will retain these
early impressions, and the destiny
of every man is to a largo extent determined by the associations of
youth. Parents who permit their
children to run on the streets, and
especially to remain there after the
sun has gone down, assume responsibilities whieh may cause them endless regrets in the time to come. It
is very seldom that a child learns
anything useful on the street, and it
is almost certain to learn much that
is calculated to impede its physical,
mental and moral development
through life.
The statement submitted to the
city counoil by the chairman of finance on Monday night must force
upon the attention of ratepayers the
absurdity of carrying on the city
government with present resources
of revenue. The council has an,
overdraft of $3,800 at the bunk,
and (69 cash on hand! Of course
the overdraft may be expected to
disappear whenever the taxes begin
to come in, and there will he a small
surplus left for public improvements
after fixed charges have been met,
but no work of any magnitude can
be undertaken until the revenue has
been very materially increased. If
it is deemed inexpedient just now
to put a tax on personal property,
it will be necessary to fix a very
muoh higher rate on real estate.
But, although the revenue is quite
' insufficient to meet the requirements
of the city, and must be increased,
it can hardly be said that the council has made the best of its oppor
tunities for raising a revenue. Tho
auditor's statement at the close of
lut year showed as an asset uncol
looted, but overdue, taxes amounting to the sum of $5,059.35. This
is a large sum, equal to one-third of
our ordinary revenue. It is fair to
presume that a large proportion of
this sum might have been collected.
Part of it, namely, $958.17, has been
carried over from previous years extending baok no one knows how far.
Now, if these arrears cannot be collected, they ought not to appear us
an asset: if they ean be collected, the
council has no right to permit thorn
to remain unpaid after they havo
become due. Every year wo aro
forced to pay large Bums for inter-
est on money borrowed for the pur-
pom of carrying on the business of
the oity. It ■• a fact thut those
who pay their taxes promptly have
to pay also their share of this interest; that is, they pay their own
debts loyally, and have to bear part
of the burden consequent upon the
delinquency of others who are speculating with money whioh belongs
to the city. Them is no fairness in
such a practice. Prompt payment
of twes should lm insisted upon;
and whero they are not paid voluntarily they should be paid under compulsion. If the $5,000 due on account of arrears of taxes had been
paid, there would now be no overdraft, and there would be money in
tlie treasury with which to begin
much-needed works.
Late Canadian News.
Kingston, March 20.—Col. John
Kilborn is dead, aged 91. Iu 1812 he
fought at the battle nf Lundy's Lane,
and with the late Chief Justice McLean and Hon. H. Merritt was taken
prisoner and confined at Pittstield,
Mass., until pence was restored. He
wae in parliament in 1828.
Montreal, March S1.-M, Lsvalo,
a member of the Quebec legislative
council, has beeu arrested on a charge
of obtaining money undor false pretences in connection with the colonization funds.
Winnipeo, March 31.—The suspension of four or five O. P. R. passenger conductors running west of Brandon is announced, lt is alleged that
they assisted an operator named Howard, who purloined a ticket at Kaimar
station, to evade Chief Detective Hos-
sack. Howard was arrested at Vancouver and brought back to Hat Portage, where he is now awaiting sentence. He made a confession in which
he informed on conductors who had
befriended him.
Four carloads of material for a cable
car system for Yokohama, have arrived here. Ten Japanese manufacturers are here en route tu the eastern
states, where they are going for the
purpose of acquiring information.
Two PennsylvaniaiiB, who have
made a stake in the Lake Dauphin oil
region, are forming a company to prosecute operations.
The first shipment of Manitoba
wheat via the Northern Pacific has
been made. The customs cUftieulti.ru
have been removed.
Commissioner Coombs and a party
of Salvationists left for the Pacific
coast. Among them is Captain Harrison, who will be married in Vancouver to Captain Hackett.
Greenway says the R. R. V. R. will
be moving in July next.
Ottawa, April 2,—The cabinet spent
seven hours ou Saturday on the terms
of tho monopoly contract.
The appeal of Purcell, of Glengarry,
has been allorred by tho supreme
court. Purcell is therefore confirmed
in his seat. The question turned on
the six months clause of the act.
A Sksggtsh Liver
Causes tho Stomach anil Bowel.**; to be*
eome disordered, and tho whole system
to suffer from debility," In all auch
caaes Ayer's Pills give prompt relief.
After much suffering from Liver and
Stomach troubles, I Imvo Anally been
cured by taking Ayer's Cathartic Fills.
I always And them prompt nnd thorough
in their action, and their occasional uso
keeps mo in a perfectly healthy oondi-
Hon*—ltalph V eeinim, Annapolis, Md.
Twenty-livo years rtgo T suffered from
a torpid liver, which was restored to
healthy action by taking Ayor's Pills.
Since that timo I havo never boen without them. They regtilatu the bowels,
assist digestion, ami increase the appetite, moro surely than any other medicine.—Paul Churchill, Haverhill, Mass.
INVIGORATED.
I know of no remedy equal to Ayer's
Pills for Stomach and Liver disorders.
I suffered from a Torpid Liver, and Dyspepsia, for eighteen months. My skin
was yellow, and my tongue coated. I
had no appetite, suffered from Headache, was pale and emaciated. A few
boxes of Ayer'a Pills, taken in moderate
doses, restored me to perfect health.*—
Waldo Miles, Oberlin, Ohio.
Ayer's Pills are a superior family
medicine. They strengthen and invigorate the digestive organs, create an appetite, and remove the horrible depression and despondency resulting from
Liver Complaint. I have used these
Pills in my family, for years, and they
never fail to give entiro satisfaction.—
Otto Montgomery, Oshkosh, Wis.    tt
Ayer's Pills,
hjw^ ta&r. J. Otikrar <c Oo„*LowaU,Ifui.
Md by sll DnsiUU mil Ile.lt,, la Htdlcllt.
Dress-Making I
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B.C.
sr*- Satisfaction guaranteed.      dapl&lc
The Seven Clerks
n     utinui Sit    nniiit«H
WKIMTCSDAY, llfli APRIL
IN AID OK TIIK
BELL TOWER FUND
THE HIGHLY EXCITING AND REALISTIC DRAMA,
THE SEVEN CLERKS
Will be put on the Boards,
CHARACTERS.
Cliind Darnand (Tlie Denouncer)—
Mr. Fisher
rilmnn Rigger (Inn servant) Mr. Glover
Adolph tie HrlMic-nit (a young noblenmn)
Mr. Piirkon
(-tiiKtiivus (ills friend) Mr. WIlHon
L-irose (« merchant) Mr. Harvey
Kfne Jonr—i roue* ('JgflSgJ
TllBTlIHKKTHlKVKSi
MyerlnirHnns HoogftrH (a Dutchman)—
Dr Do Wolf Smith
Slgnor Mtitteo Mflgleo (an Italian i—
Mr. Hamber
Muster.foiin Brown (mi Englishman)
Victurlne i'])mriiiiii-]'H Daughter) *
Mrs. Moresby
DnrliiK Iho Interlude, Mauri. Henry aid
Itlt-kmnn will sing,
To Conclude with a vory Laughable Farce
entitled,
"POOB, PILLICODY"
CHARACTERS.
Mr. Plllloorldy. Mr. Glover
Copl. O'SitiiIIIit Mr. Freeman
Mm. Pllllcoddy Minn Homer
Mn. OTHcutllo Mrs. Moronity
Sarah Mini Hill
Sloje Manager Mr. Bonson.
A.lml«»lni,, muntil Reserved Seala, il.
Doora open nt 7:90. .   -    ,
Neatn con lie reserved nt Lyal's Bookstore. rlnp4ld
TO ARCHITECTS.
PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS, nd-
dr-wsed to tlie umli-rsitfiml, will be
received up to \2 o'clock of Wednesday
the 25th of April for u Brick Edifice, with
stone foundations, for St. Andrew's Presbyterian Congregation, to he erect oil on
the corner of Blackwood nnd Carnarvon
Streets. To scat six hundred persons;
cost not to exceed eleven thousand Aol-
Ench design to bo enclosed lu a sealed
envelope eonliiining the name and motto
of the architect submlttlne (lie same.
T. J. TRAPFi
Secretary of Building Committee.
New West., B.C., April 2,1888.       dap8td
Orps! Organs!
CHEAPERJHAN EVER.
IT WILL I'AV YOU TO CALL UPON
A jut, u:\Mi:. Asircs Klrcct, next lo
Baptist Clmrcli.  He Is ngent (or llie
Celebrated Earn Organ,
And Is selling instruments VERY REASONABLY.
Uooil Value from #1M up.     dwmlillo
City Laundry
JOE   QUI,
HAVING LEASED AND PITTED UP
a Simp on Dallas itreet, nenrly op-
Eosfle Mr. Wise's Stable, is now prepared
> undertake the work of a
-General Laundry.
Competent men employed, and work
uOIIipill'lt   IllUIi   ciiijmwjtu,   inn I     nun*
guaranteed.   Having engaged a Wagon
delivery, clothes will  be  delivered
for
ior delivery,  uiuu-unt  win    uw   uunnvii
promptly in any part of the city. First-
class references given if required. A trial
older solicited. Prices will bo found ns
low as In any first-class establishment.
Families taken nt special rales.
■arOrders may bo left at Mr. Dickinson's
Butcher Shop, Columbia St. dja&te
nplicuti, tnd
ta lut Nuon'i
■nuUaten without ofdwtng it.
Invaluable to all.
tiny person using
fCardan.Fi«ld«rFlower
tr*r"rf^eil"*uWsett-itoi
 ——-       OCCUa Ik    AMWl
D.M.FERRYACO.IWlnd8or,OM,
NOTICE.
I HEREBY OIVK NOTICE THAT I
I intend to apply to Uie Chief Commissioner of LandH and Works for lease of
tho following timber lands:
1, Commencing at a slake planted at
the South-East corner of Pol loemnu Tom's
Indian Reserve at tho mouth of East
branch of the Squamish River' thenee
running East 40chains; tbenee North'HO
chains; thcMieu West 00 chnins to the
Squnmish River; thence South*We«t- a-
loiig tho Hlver to thollnecf Peter's Indian Rfiserye; thenee South along tho
East line of the Indian Reserve 8(1 chains;
llience following tho River tothe North-
East corner of Policeman Tom's Indian
Reserve; thence Soutli along the East
line of Policeman Tom's Reserve to tho
South-East corner post—the place of commencement.
2. Commencing at a tree squared as a
post about 40 chains from tlie uioitlh of a
small creek west of Brunswick Mountain,
(('271, on the East side of Montague Channel; thenco South IM) chains; thence East
80 chains; North 80 chains; West KO chains;
South 20 chains, to place of commencement.
:). Commencing at the North-Enst corner post of the Indian Reserve on the
West Of Wool bridgo Island; tlience North
along the shore 60chains: thence West 100
chains; thenee South lai chains; thence
East to the South-West corner of Indian
Reserve; thence along the line of Indian
Reserve to the place of commencement.
james Mcintosh.
New West., B.C., March 21), im.  ilmliSiii
W.R. AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
General Merchandise!
NEW WESTMINSTER, 11.1.
Hay and Feed
MA-AXBT.
WOOD & COAL
(THE BUST QUALITY).
Dry (Hoods, Boots & Shoos,
Provisions & Urorrrii-s.
FARMERS'     HARDWARE,
:n«»B»e» aa..:.
atr A* we use. no wlrl.ky or tobacco wu
can, by temperate hnlillrr nnd cnrolul economy, serre tlio public ut eirpeelitlly low
rate.. dwjalac
TO LET:
STOBE ON COLUMBIA STREET,  In
Bunk of B. C. Building.  Apply to
dmliailc HENRY V. EDMONDS,
FOR SALE-
■pAIIl OP CHEHTNt'T GET-DINGS;-
r good Buggy Kinsfs; v;ry fast. Apply
In tho flrst* place In
o. Mcdonough,
Front (street; New Weal mlnslcr, B.C.
; dap3t0. __
isro-rxc-E.
A   SITTING OK TIIK COUNTY COURT
A  of Kootenay will lie hold nt Donald,
on Thursday, the twili day or April, IBftS.
My Command,
.INO. ROBSONi
Provincial Seorotniy.
rrovitichii tSoorotfth''.! otiu-e.
20tll March, ISSS. dmh&BlAI
Pianos & Organs!
GREAT BARGAINS IN PIANOS.
Best selected stock or Pianos
ln British Columbia.
New Pianos from $850 upwards.
Oil] Pianos talten in exchange.
H. PETERS,
Cor. Douglas k Discovery Sts.,
iMif.Io VICTOUIA, B. C.
Hotel to Lease!
mHE NEW THIU5E-STORY BRIOK
"QUEEN'S" HOTEL,
Corner of Clemen t A Columbia Sts.
Apply to
W.  A.   DUNCAN,
dwfc'Jite New WeBtmlnstor, II. C.
~T_I_1   CA-R-ID
UNTIf,   FURTHER  NOTICK,
BTEAMSB
Wll I leave Viotoria for Went inlnBter
Every   Monday and  Friday,
Connecting with "Gladys" for Up-rlver.
ItETURKIKG - Leaven  Westminster
every Tuesday rt Saturday, ut 7 a. m.
For all particulars, apply to
TURNER, BEETON A CO.,
Victoria,
or to       W. J. MATHERS,
dWfo22tc Agent at Westminster.
SALE
In the Supreme Court of British Columbia, in the matter of the Estate of David Wells, deceased.
TENDERS WILL 11F, REOEIVED BY
W.H. Falding. Kscj., District .Registrar at NewWestmlnster* up to the 28th
DAY OF APRIL NEXT, forthe purchase
of Let \». r,»H In Urouii Two. New West-
minster District, containing n;u acres
(more or lessl. Tho lands aro well Improved, wllh valuable buildings, Including Dwelling House. Bam, Dairy, fto.
Conditions of Kale muv he ascertained
from the said Registrar or from the undersigned.
Dated the 20th day of March, A.0.188%
CORBOULD A McCOLL,
dwmh29tnl Vendor's Solicitors.
3sroa?-icE3.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN TI1A.T
we have made application to tliu
Minister of the Intorlor for a license to
eut timber nn tlio following described
lands, viz.: Commencing at a post on the
West bunk of tho LUlooet stream about
iwo miles south of Lillooet lake, marked
"B. S. M. Co.'s 8. E. oorner"; theneo
West iH) chains In a posl marked "B. S. M.
Co.'s 8. W. corner*; thence North -ll)
chnins; theuoo Boat 20 chains; theneo
North 4!) chnins; thtm-" East -Jl chain-;;
thenco North so chains; thonce East 20
chains; theneo North 40 chains; thence
East 20 chains; tlienee North 40 ehains to
a post mfll'ked "11. S. M, Co.'s N. W. coiner"; thenee Easi 20 chains lo a post near
the Wost hank of LUlooet lako mnrke.I
"B. S. M. Co.'s N. K, corner"; thenoeSoutli
SO chains; ihenee West I'D chnins; then'-e
South Wt chains; thonco West 20 chains:
thenco South 80 clialns to llie plaoo or
commencement.
BRUNETTE SAW MILL CO. (Ll).)
l'er 11. Lt DrBkck. Mtttuigpl'.
Now West,, March 2!i,l8SK.      ihnii.'Uml
mm & MACLURE
Have Received a Largo Assortment of
Boots,Shoes
AND SLIl'l'ERS.
Come and see Tliem.
GRANT & MACLURE
COLUMBIA   STREET,
WKSTMIXSTKR.
dwflp2to
HAVINO   RECENTLY   IMPORTED
HERD OF IlKill-UitADK
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFIOE.
28lh Maroh, 188s.
The following telegram from His Excellency the Governor-General to His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor, In reply to
a telegram from His Honour, slating thn!
It waa understood that parties lilting out
for Behring's Sea were arming for thn
purpose of resisting seizure, Is published
for general information.
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Hocretnry.
TELEGRAM.
Ottawa, 27th March, 188s.
TO LlKUTKNANT-tiOVERNOH
OK RniTIHH COMIHIIIA,
ViCToniA.
Your Government should (lsine public
notice cautioning persons going on Sealing
expeditions to refrain from assertion of
their rights by force, and from Inking on
board nnns nnd ammunition in oxiJecs o**
thoir usual requirements. The whole
matter Is engaging tho attention of Her
Majesty's Government nnd fnrmathe subject of diplomatic negotiations now In
progress. Any Intemperate notion ln the
meanwhile would be most detrimental to
British Columbufti Interests and might
loat) to serious complications and ho
followod by grave eonsoquflncef- Io those
concerned.   *
[Signed], LANSDOWNE.
I AM  NOW PREPARED TO DELIVER
ANYWHERE IN THIS CITY, EITHER MORNING Oil EVENING.
RICH JERSEY MILK.
Wlriall I auiintlllai' In IiO na Pure UK II
Comci from the [town.
M-.UI (inli'lT Wl lit. Hit' Sierra (ll
Monn>.WOLFKNIlKN,II.M.IMINNINll-
IIAM A 00. anil AI'STIN will roci'lvc
liruiii]il irttiiillini.
iliiil.liiiTT THOMAS CUNNINGHAM.
MACHINERY
11AVINU LATELY INCREASED OUR
XX connection In the East and else-
whero vory consldriably, wo urn lu a position to Klvoprioea on any clnss of Machinery that may bo required, including:
Marine nnd Stationary Engine-* and Honors, Planers, Matchers aud Moulders,
Hnzz Planers, Wood Lathes. Hand
8nw«. Illliul Maehini-ry, Gauge
Lathes, Shaping Machines,
Shingle Machines. Lath
Machines & Boilers,
Two. Throe und Four llloek Circular Saw
Mills, Rand Haw Mills, Portable Engines and   Hollers   and   Hoisting
EnirinoH.   Also,  lolin Hortram
A Sons'   an.I   The London
Tool Co.*s Iron Working
Machinery.
lirh-k Machine- nnd < '.ushers of either
tho Martin or Bnirti moke.
Mill Supplies of all doHorlptlons.lnoliid-
Ing Olnnlnr Saws, Solid or Inserted
Teeth, Lubricating Oil", Ktihi-er and
Leather Belting, which wo carry ln
slock,
Slcam Pumps of the Ulake, Davidson or
Knowles make also on hnnd.
M'Avlty's Patent Ilollcr Feeders supplied
on short notice, as well as Paints und
Oils, Axes and Edge Tools of lllOCOlfl-
brnted Uroad mako, -A In* Hopo, Plumb-
era and s;- am I""* tt BnppHM, Ae.
Wonresnlengeiils In this Province for
tho JOHN DUTY Engine Co'y. whoso
Marino work cannot l>.< excelled, ns out-
lit ft wo have furnished here will testify,
FRASER FlEONARD,
fumble HI., Opp. Srw.-AiUf rllwr,
VANCOUVER, B, 0,
riwi.m.
JOHNS. COX,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
It Costs Nn More tu Keep   Hand Fawla
than It Ones tn Keep Poor Fowls*
My Breeding Pens are equal to any In
tho United States or Cauada,
I propose to furnish Eggs from Premium
nmi First-class Fowls, my design being to
establish a reputation tlmt will last.
Cash must, nceompany nil orders. Address, villi stamp,
JOHN S, COX,
dwmhSlc New Weatminater.
R.T.MIZ0NY
WHO   AKI1IVEI)  FROM   JAPAN  11Y
THK LAST STEAMER, WILL BE IN
THK CITY KOH A FEW DAYS.
HE HAS A NICE ASSORTMENT OF
Scented Georgias.
Double-bud Camelias.
Orange Trees.
Lime Trees.
Tea Plants.
Plant Vases.
Fine Silk Embroidery
Fine Tea Sets.
Also-A Nlco Assortment of
Singing Canaries
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FANTAIL PI6E0NS.
•J3PVVILL BE SOLD CHEAP
COLUMBIA   STREET.
dopJu
PACIFIO:
Carriage Works!
COLUMBIA STHKET,
»w Vies! mi lister. It. 0.
REID & CURRIE
PROPRIETORS.
MANUFAUTtrilKKS A IMWHITKIIK nV
m-MOCRATK,
DRAY8,   CARTS,
And all sortrr ol Vehicles.
I'louiilis, steel, Iron & Wooden
Harrows   AuriciiUural
Implements, &c
Wo liartr nlso a large Stock of.
CARRIAGE A WAGON MATERIAL,
Which we will sell at the Lowest
Possible   1'ricen,
Compkisinq:
Hardwood,   Wheels   (patent   k homemade), Shafts,   Poles,   Hubs,   Spokes,
Hinis, Neck Yokes, Single Trees, and all
kinds of Bent (Jowls.
CARRIAGE HARDWARE,
Snringa, Axles, Circles, King Bolts,
Clips, Steps, and everything required for
C-'irriago Building.
BLACKSMITHING.
Wu wonld specially eall tlio attention of
ilie Public to our Blaoksmlthlng Department. We employ the very ticst of Workmen and we Import all our Iron, Hteel,
nmi other material: consequently, we can
do lietler, both In prices and uuallty of
wink, than nny other Hhop on tbe Main*
lnnd nf lirltlsii Columbia.
Estimates given on Iron Work, and contracts taken for nny kind of work.
Farmers' A l*Mf rs' Happllta kopt on
li-iiHl, ready-made. Chains, Hooks, Doff
Hooks, lllocks, NhBokies, Hteel and Iran
WcdgOU, Mall RlnifD, Ox Yoke Staples.
•devices, Hlnifletrce Irons, Iron A Hteel
Harrow Teeth, Harrow Hinges, etc.
All kinds uf BeiMlrs executed on short
notice.
Iron, Hlrcl, Chntii,-ToiU, and nil kinds
of material sold, wholesale or retail.
B-rOall and Inspect our Stook and on*
I iln our prices beforo ordering elsewhere
n nd you will save Jfioiiey by It.
oronlers by mall promptly attended to.
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DIRECTORY
SOME COPIES OF THE
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respecting the different cities,
settlements, and districts in the
province, besides a list of the
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dWjKllilo       WESTMINSTER, B.B.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY.
FRESH WATER TERMINUS
City of Nbw Westminster!
IMPORTANT
Auction Sale
—OK—
CITY RESERVES
—ANP—
GARDENS.
A PUBLIC AUCTION WILL TAKE
plaoe at tho Colonial Hotel, In
tho City of New Westminster, on
Saturday, April 21st, 1888,
At 8 o'clock in the evoning, when the
following Lota will be submitted to public competition, In accordance with
"Land Salo By-Law, 1884," and amendments thereto, viz,:
GOVERNMENT OFFICE GARDENS.
Block A.
Lota 14,15, b SO.
VICTORIA GARDENS-Blook B.
Lota  I,  S,  8,  10, 11, 12, 13, 18,
19, 20, 30, 38 ft 30.
ST. PATRICK'S SQUARE-Blook D.
Lota   12,   13, 14,   IC,   21,   22,   23,
24, 28, 20, 27, 31, 32, 33, 34 ft 36.
ST. GEORGE'S SQUARE-Blook H.
Lots 14, 15, 10, 17, 18, 10, 29,30,
31, 35, 30, 37, 38, 40, 41 ft 42.
MTho Lota are mostly 86 by 132 feet.
TERMS—R&X per Rent, on the fall of the
limnmrr; m% per cent. In three months;
und tho lialnnceol the pin-chose money In
nix months from date of sale.
By Order,
JAMES A. ItOMNBON,
O. M. C.
City Clerk's Olllce,
Sew West., 9nd April, UN.
NOTICE.
Uf EBSR3. MAJOR A PEARSON WILL
1VJ bo found at their new office, cor.
MoKensle nnd Clarkeon 8ti„ tlie buildings lately occupied by McBur*. Corbould
A McColl, dnp3t« 1
•»     "THE PRISON ORAVEVARDi
'.ag Sing*. Burying Ground ttat Convicts—
Death of a Prisoner.
m       .
' j On the side of a steep hill wboen peak
i mnny hundred feet high, and whose
\T 'asu is at the granite walls of Sing Sing,
li ro two graveyards divided by > wind-
tflj'iig country road.   The one nearer the
rUon is the old plot that was used for
■riving dead convicts until tho small
ri'V'li  of level iriound   was   thickly
. nriuklod with rourili wooden crosses nnd
., Jniill roughly carnal stones, and then a
inch larger place further np the hill
'lisset apart lor thii nnu.
■ The big prison linn stood on ita present
Ste for inorir than Ally years, and although
hj litirnlier ol convicts there has inoreas-
rl proportionately with the growth of
ho population, tho average numli'ir of
Senilis within its walls hns not increased,
iluiniuiity and scicmro have cut down
ti;'ie dentil rate.   Un an average ten per-
' pns t year dio in the prison, nnd nearly
,11 of those who hnvo died have been
it uried in tho prison urnvoyard and left
'lore unrllsturbod.   A few have died by
•rcidoiit in tho work shops, but tho per-
, nntago of donths Dy nccidorrt is so small
_'ua to bo scarcely worthy of note. A largo
IVna ority of dentlrs hns been caused liy
'.'".oiisuinption, which, liowevar, is rarely
"'' onlrncted within the prison walls.   A
.risonor sull'cring from coiiBtimption is
_ nown overy consideration possible with
aj'irison  discipline.   His' work ia mnde
in ighi, nud as soon aa he shows the syuip
linns of breaking down he is sent to the
, rospitttl.
vy. In tho prison jinvoyards repose tho
eT.<mes of abc"-. 5lr0 convicts. This mnkes
■*} he number of deaths average nearly ten
°, year. The old gr.iveyurd on the slope
1 i .earest tho river looks like a deserted
''.'ol'fl acre of olden times. A dozen
r | 'ears ago, when the burying ground was
m loveil further up tho slope, tne fence of
he old place was loft to take care of it-
all, which it has failed to do. The
ja, sounds have been beaten down until
i, liey are level with tho grou-nl. Tho
.ir nigh wooden crosses thnt hour a nutn-
jer corresponding to ono in n bir; l.*rl .'or
bl tlie prison, in which a r -eoiil of llio
oiui is Kept, stand iu strajiglin; ftisliion.
Irese were originally imp in'tod pieces
'f wood nailed tog titer in tho form of a
ross, and driven into the earth. A few
I them have been kicked over, but even
n those that are still standing the nuu-
er that were on Ui™ once have been
-a.) defaced by the weather that they aro
I'Vircely legible.
if Tk* newer graveyard la in a much
,-cttar condition. Tbo wooden crosses
' ,re comparatively now, and tho nurii-
ara that are on tirein can be plainly
.'en. At the head of • lew of the
nounds stand rough stones, crudely cut.
very one of these stones tells a story
tore pathetic than do many of the pre-
rutious monuments in big and liuclv
" 'pt cemeteries. These stones are all
'he work of prisoners, who labor during
I Mrs of leisure as acts of friendship.
; When * prisoner is very ill nnd thero
■ouis to be danger that he will die, iris
nends are notified, nud the iron rule oi
ie prison is for tho time unnoticed. He
allowed to settle up in tho presence of
rs friends all of his worldly all'airs, ami
■!' have them nlnut his bed side until
'*'ie end comes. There are occasions, of
Jiurse, and many of them, when the
jMsoner is either absolutely friendless or
a' only anxious to dio without making
il i shame known to hia friends. When
it'e end conies the body is then free, and
) the friends of Hie dead man is given
e melancholy privilege of bearing tho
tidy outside of tlie prison walls. A
1 inon funeral is usually a solemn nfliiir.
re big bells that are used in the prison
i always clanging out some kind of an
, or to ihe prisoners or summons to
l'/lepers, and thoy always Btir a world of
noes in the silent corridors. When a
isoner is dead the tact is generally well
■(own, and an unusual silence is pre-
II ;ved, even for this'dreiry place. Then
Jfl whisper is heard that the dead man
r'jo be buried in the convict ground.
,* e coffin il brought forth, the body
.i iced In it, the chaplain reads t aervice
It'll then It la interred, ~-,~.,
ji.f-xtreine politeness sometimes verges
fl martyrdom. The youthful hero of
'as Alcott's best story heroically ate
• t upon hia strawberries instead of
iar, to avoid troubling hia hostess by
h knowledge of her mistake. He was
it's of* minority of valiant souls who
rir aU and My nothing forjeourtesy's
uie.
LAIfreil DaMusset, the French poet,
Mdially hated dogi. When • candi-
L ie for Urn Academy, he called upon a
Imminent member, as custom required,
6 the gate of the chateau, an ugly and
v ty dog received him most affectionate-
r; and insisted ol (Weeding him into
fe drawing-room.
['The academician entered, tnd In due
arsis invited M. lie Musset to tha din-
'(-room, whither they went with tha
f 5 at their heels,   Seising .hli oppor-
Kiity, tha animal placed hia muddy
hwa upon the spotless doth, tnd stole
JMioice bit of meat.
["The wretch wanta shooting!" was De
I .isset's muttered thought, but he polite-
It suii I, "You are fond of dogs, I see."
Vi-ond of them!"retorted tbe Iwst, "I
«.tethem."
"But this Wad km? twrlodDo
lusset.
It'I have «n!y tolerated tt beotw* I
{.ought it yours."
•? "..line 1" cried-tht Other, "tht thought
I'iii "ar** 7°m alsi"   pt *"" '"*"*"'
mam m—mtatf mtntm.
kin Hit following narration soma in-
l nious parson haa woven together tht
[ties oi Mr. Dickenson's writings:
J ollvor Twist, who had aome very Hard
fmes in tht Battle of Life, and "having
pen saved from the Wreck of the Got
ii Mary by Our Mutual Friend, Nlch-
>s Mcklebury, had just been finished
Muling A Tale of Two Cities to Martin
lu alewit,   during which  time   The
ticket on the Hearth bad been chirp.
|g right merrily, while tht Ghlmee Irom
[e adjacent church were heard, when
liven l'oor Travelers commenced sing-
Is. t Christmas Carol; Barnaby Rudge
Den arrived from tho Old Curiosity
iop with aome Pictures from Italy and
'etches from Ho* to show Pickwick
rers, when David Copperfield, who
. been busy taking American Notes,
itered and informed the company that
!j 11 runt Expectation of.Dombeydt Son,
gnriliug lln I.irriber'a Legacy had not
ren realized, and that: he had aeen
wts at tht Holly Tree Inn taking
uii'bo.ly's Luggage to Mil. Llrriper's
i !r.*ings in a street that has No Thor-
•liiiirr*, opposite Bleak Houae,'where
e iluiinled Man, who had just given
ij of I'r. Marigold's Prescriptions to an
ucoininercial Traveler, was brooding
' er The Mystery ol Edwin Drood, _
-Husband (in amazement): "Ten dol-
Irs a yard for such stiill as thlt?" Wife
fiery naturally misliiking the cause of
Its aurprlsel: "That's nil; Isn't It a liur-
[»in ? Only ten dollars, just think of it."
Why, it's scarcely half width." "0,
on't worry about that, dear. I was
(ireful to mako every allowance for tbat
Ind tot twice as mnny yards as usual."
1 THB DANI8H VldltN.'
A Rauiarkabl. Belle Said te lie a Geuiiinci
Trumpet ot /Ion,
In the royal museum, of Copenhagen
there is, and has been for more tlinn
two hundred and seventy-live years, a
folden trumpet, known tliruunho-it
lenmark aa the "Danish Horn," with
engraved emblems, con prising the symbol of purity, the triple ii.y. Its wuulit
is one hundred au I two mine -a an 1 it
measures two feet nine in has in length.
This horn is said to ho a genuine trumpet of Zion. The surrounding iririrutii-
stauces strongly sustain tli' position, and
up to the present time there lias not
been the slightest s ientilie doubt as to
the genuiness of tho relic. The lily, ns a
symbol of purity, was generally carric.l
in the right hand by the vestal virgins
of the temple: it nlso forms the emblem
on the "shekel," tli * .lewish io'n. Tlrera
are also discernabl.rtrin nine i... I ur.nl ra
mains of what hriH the r pp rtrlinco of
pomegranates, and triie s or nn ins Tuition which, as far ns it nm Inr niri't t nut,
is engraved in tlmt kind of lli-luvw
characters known as the n naritan tost
The emblems anil iiiferlptioii may.lie
easily accounted for and a cepturi for tho
meaning of the word ".leliovnli."
The trumpet was discovered by a
farmer's daughter, partly roiiirnnk-d in
the ground, in lri-'in, in the diorr sn oi
Hypeny, Jutland. As to how it lonn I
its way from Palestine to Heiiniiirk ran
only bt conjectural at. It rs accepted
as a fact that the relic at on* timo was
one of the instruments jijurtently used in
Solomon's temple. (Art i i ornaments,
nnd especially the beam.ml engraving
near tbe opening of tlm I ir.M en t of trie
instrument, forming n turretod border
around its edge, are the mo.t convinrriug
proofs for this position. When Titus
Vespasianus, the yo rtlrful (Ionian lien-
eral subjugated '.In.lain and rlestroyed
its temple, he took Ihe r -nowncd tables,
theserJen-branchcnn.lU'st:.-:;, tbe ''^airreTl
Books"andthetruiiip.rtsti .'ouie,where
they were, with other tro;i lies or' victory,
carried in procession thron *li the cily iu
honor of the conqueror. Upon tlur arch
of Titus these tbin.'S wero sculptured
and may be seen in l.'ome in a fair stnt-i
of preservation to ary. The "Sn.rl
Books" the victor (uvscnto I lo .losophua
Mavius, the Jewish historian. Afterward, wben Titus bicanie cinperor of
Rome, the instrum ins and "tables of
shew bread," by decroe of tlio Senile
nnd council of lio , were plaited in the
great temple of Jupit r. Between the
fourth and sixth centuries Home was
overran by hordes of r or thorn barbarians. The city wns tak li, rcllg'on for
the time dethroned, an 1 tempi a, regardless of the sanctity, saero-l r.r h.storir-nl,
were sacrilegiously plundered. After
their retreat from Kumi tbe Vandals
carried off with tliem tliu spoils they hud
seized in the temples.
This trumpet of gold which corresponds in every particular with the
trumpets sculpture I upon the "Arch of
Titus," was doubtlers curried to the
north with the otiiJr plun ler and in
turn lost by the conquerors of Koine,
who had taken it from the conquerors oi
the Jews.
Another illustration of the old adage,
that "History repeats itself."
limit*, for tlie Slek ltuom.
Don't light a sick room nt night by
means of a jet of gas burning low; nothing impoverishes the uir sooner. I'se
perm candles or tapers wich burn iu
L'perin oii.
Don't allow offensive matters to re-
r-iain. In cases of emergency, where
these cannot at once be removed, wring
a heavy cloth—for instance, like Turkish
toweling—out ot cold water, use it as a
cover, placing over this ordinary paper.
.Such means will prevent the escape of
odor mid infection.
Don't forget to havt t few beans of
co !oe hanly, for this serves as a denrlor-
i«i'r.|if burnt upon coals or paper. Bitsof
charcoal placed around aro useful in
absorbing gases and other impurities.
Don't have the temperatute of a sick
room much over 60° j 70* are allowable,
but not advisable.
I rout permit currents of air to blow
upon the patient. An open lire pine is
an excell nt means of ventilation, Tho
current may he tested by burning a piece
of wiper in frout.
Don't give the patient a full glass ol
water tn drink from, unless he is allowed
all he rlesires. If he can drain the g.ass,
ho will be satisfied; so, regulate the
quantity before handing it to Inn.
I ont neglect during the day to attend
to necessaries for tho ninht, that the
rortof ibe natient and family may not
ho dlsiurb.4.
I .'on't ask a convalescent if he would
liko this or that to eat or drink, but prepare the delicacies tnd present them in
a templing way.
I Ion t jar the bed by loaning or sitting
upon it. This is unpleasant to one ill
aud nervous.
Don t let stale flowers remain in aslck
chamber.
Don't appear tnxlod% boweve* poat
yonr anxiety.  •
Don't forget that kindness and tenderness are needful to successful nursing.
Human nature longs lo be soothed ami
comforted on all occasions when out o
tune.
Scrofu I
a
How Much Tliey Fell.
Kind feelings are not worth muoh tin
less they lead to kind actions. People
who are full of sympathy and benevolent
wishes which ntver end in anything bettor than talk, will do well to read Mr.
Hamilton's description of what he saw
in Kullir-land, It Is an excellent sermon
from the text, "Let us not love in word,
but in deed."
I had opportunities ot teeing many
acts of great kindness that these people
showed to each other: and as one instance out of many I will relate the following, which carat under my notice:
A poor fellow bad lost tli hit cows
with lung sickness, tnd three of his
wives died at the tame time, I believe
from eating the diseased meat. Unluckily, ke had not planted many mealies, so tbat ha wat in • trut atate of
bankruptcy.
A meeting of tho heads of tht kraals
was called, and after talking the matter
over for some time, they all became
silent and thoughtful, evidently consi I
erlng what had better be done. Suddenly a man sprang up and exclaimed:
"I feel to many cows and calves for
vou!" then another got np and said
how many he felt, a third had a like sen
sation, and theu a fourth, nnd ao on
through tht august assembly, until thn
man was again possessed of t very re
spectthle herd.
A Oklunuu'o Tbeelegy, • •
, Tht Chinaman had for hit counsel
Mtyer Kirkland and (ot hit Interpreter,
Mr. James ltadford.
When asked If ho believed In Ood,
tht Chinaman replied: "Mo L-nowin
Oodj ho heapee good mance: Hr.
b.r'.lnklaad,'ha Ood; Mr. Jlu Larlfoid,
ti Uuj| Utile ra mantt no fooloj
U/nsman on C l-tn n.teh."
Iliyat Kirkland. r awe I with hla
lew.* acquired dirt* ,/, i.a<* tn lio-
q rent in eal. ant •» i II < i 'namaii't
ttiistk-JV'lM' IT**"**) Unpen****.
Is one of the must fatal scourges which
alllict mankind. It is often inherited,
but may be the result of improper vaccination, mercurial poison, uncleanliness,
und various other causes. Chronio Sores,
Ulcers, Abscesses, Cancerous Humors,
and, in some cases, Eiuiiciutioll and Consumption, result from a scrofulous condition uf tlio blood. This disease can bf
cured by the use of Ayer's SarsapariUa.
I inherited ascrofulons condition of the
Irlraal, which caused inlerangoiuontof my
wlinle system. After taking less than
fori r bell ies of Ayer's SarsapariUa I am
Entirely Cured
and, ior tire prist yonr, have not found it
necessary to use nny medicine whatever.
I nm now in better health, nud stronger,
liiiin oyer bofore.-sO. A. Wlllnrd, 218
Treitiont lit., Boston, Muss.
I wus troubled with Scrofulous Sores
for live yenrs; but; after using a few
tun Ties of Ayer's Sarsapartila, tho sorei
IrciUcil, nnd I have mnv good lieallh.—
Kli/.nliirlli i*vuruuck, _i Apploton street,
Lowell, Mass.
Stimrj months ago I wns troubled with
riirofulotrs Sums on my leg. Tlio limt
iviy badly swollen and inflamed, and tht
.nr es discharged largo quantities of offensive, matter. Every remedy fulled until
I rrscit Ayer's Sarsajinrilln. By taking
llrreo hollies of this medicine tho floret
Irrrve beon healed, and iny health is re
itored. I am grateful for the good It bar
(lone me. —I.Irs. Ann O'Brian, 158 Stilll
van St., New York. ft
Ayer's SarsapariUa.
Prennredtiynr..T.fl.Ayor>i:Co.,I.owell,M!«s
Hold by ull Drinjijlflt!!. Priori el; six bottles,*)*!
TO LET.
A   DWELLING HOUSE, WITH FOUR
Jt\   ilooms und Kitchen, in the Town of
Port Moody; close to Hcliool-honse; good
wuler.   Rent, S3 per month.
Apply to
A. W. LUNDI10M.
ttmha2ltl2 Colonial Hotel.
T'EinsriDB'SS.
11KNDEKS FOR THE ERECTION OF
. n Freight Shed on the wharf on Block
Two will be received up io noon on Monday the 1(11 li Inst., ut tlio offlee of tho un*
derslgned, where the plans nnd Npeclft-
oatlons can be seen. The lowest or any
tender not necessarily nerepted.
dap3td HENRY V, EDMONDS.
 FOR	
Cream & Fancy Cakes
 GO TO—
A. DIEBEL'S
FROi-IT STREET, 6pp. C. P. N. Wharf
 ._ dBeSStfl
W. 0. LOYE,
M aid Shoe Hiker,
llepnlrlns Air-ally Done.   Cork Sole
Work a Spti'lnlt y.
c**Orderfl promptly attended lo.
Cliu-ktioii SI., Inronrof Colonial Hotel, next to IIiinilHros.'orHre.   -.Incite
Land for Sale,
BEING CORNER LOT 11), BLOCK 4 N,
Range ll W., Luln Island—containing
HWiiercH of Prime FARMING LAND, situate on ii good rond, and nbout P/_ miles
from tho North arm of Fraser Rivor, B. C.
Prlcr, A,-tOpi-r ni-r-ri part eusli and bnlanco on time with interest nt 10 per cent.
Apply to
J. H. TODD A SON,
Vlctorln, B. C.
CORSETS
MADE TO OKDGK.
LADIES WISHING COltSETS MADE
to order, In nny style or material,
ean leave their measure ut the BON
MARCHE DreHs-inukliii; Establishment,
for tho celebrated
M'CABE SANATIVE CORSET
Wlileli, foreoiiifiiil,durability niul bounty
of shape, takes the lend every wliere
E. C. MOOERS,
General Agent for II. 0. A Manitoba,
dmhl'-tc
THOS. OVENS,
MANUFACTURER OF
J VUJ*.*AU*gUU)
•^TALO-OIrTS.
Blacksmitii and Machinist
All Kinds of Machinery, 1'atent Looks,
Safei, New in.***; Maoliines, kc,, kc.t
Kopnircd.
BLACKSMITHING
In nil Us hrnncties.   Farmers', Loggers',
Mill nnd ContMet Work; Agricultural
Implements, nnd everything In the
blacksmith line made to onlor.
Having secured flrst-eluss workmen, we
feel confident of giving satisfaction,
BAT. Horse-shoeing n specialty.
dwjlyflltcl   Coi.uuuia St., Nov Wrst.
G.E.1
Und Suivivor.
A. C. GAMBLE,
HOTAIY PUBLIO
Woods, Tonerfi BuUe
LAND SURVEYORS,
Real Eitate, Insunnce, Financial Agents
AND CONVKYANCEnS.
ji-O-EJisrTa -for
HIE.-Tho Woslorn of Toronto, Tlio A)t-
un, The City of Iiondou, and The Hartford.
UFK.-The New York Life IuHUr.uiee Co.
A4TIDB!Hr.—The Travelei-H1 of Hartford,
Land fhtrveylMln all lis branches neon-
rntoly nnd piomplty uarrlcil out,
Clly and ftwharlmn IjiihI* for sale.   Wo
can show a complete list of deslrabli* In-
entitles,
rormliiK iJiniln. Improved nnd imlni-
proved, thrnughou, tlie dlstrlet.
MlnlnRand nllirr Hlork Inuigbt A (told.
Meite-f lolrfiaii on lirst morlguge ut low
rates. 	
Trkki-honkCam. No.ftH.
I'. O. Dll A Willi W.
WOODS, IUKNKKA«AM«LK,
Offlor, ELUN'i Block,   -  Columbia Strut
NEW WKSTMHiHTKR.
dmhHto
Opposition Laundry
AT TOM CHUE'S LAUNDRY, MER-
_i\. chant Square, wnsbim,' and Ironing
Is done by competent workmen oni v. No
smoking In the Lauadcy. und clotUes are
delivered sweet uud clean. Work always
first-clays.   Bond a trial order.    dmhSnil
AnRHTSJ T. ti, HIBBEN & CO., Vlctorln.
dwocSyl
TIMETABLE
Str. "Gladys,"
UUTIt, FURTHER NOTICK, WILL
IrrriVT. fiirClillllwIliKik tltiii wrrvplrrirus
nir TIIKSDAYS nml THIMUUIAVM, al 7
It, m., relurlilnir nu followlni; ilnys. For
nil fni-tlipr IrrfTirrnrlllini ripply mi Ironril,
or to W. .1. MATHERS,
iltc'Mc Ou tire Wlinrf.
To Builders!
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
the undersigned until noon on Tars*
duy llie 1Mb April, for the erection of a
TWO-STORY RESIDENCE
For J. T. Errington, Esq., North Arm.
Plans nnd spcclfleatlons ut my office,
Mnry Street.
The lowest or any tender not necoesnrlly
accepted.
U. W. GRANT
dnp2td Architect.
Land Registry Ordinance, 1S70
Ro Lot 23, Block 56, part of District
Lots Nos, 181 and 196, in the City of
Vancouver,
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Tltlo of Duvld Wilson to the above-
mentioned land has been lost or destroyed, and application has been mnde for a
duplicate thereof;
Notice in therefore hereby given that a
new Certificate of Title will be Isened In
Hon of that so lost or destroyed unlenn
cause be shown to tho contrary within
one mouth from dnte,
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Oflice,
Now West., B. a, March Sth, 1888.
dmh8ral
PORT HAMMOND
NURSERY
Frnlt Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits
And GARDEN STOCK on band fn great
variety.
Everything first-class and furnished In
good shape.
UJuHond I'i cts. for valuable 80-pupoDe-
scrlptlvoCntuloHiie with 0 beautiful colored plates.  Price Lists sent free,
G.W. HENRY,
dw-deietc Port Hammond, H. C,
BECKETT & CO,
Brick Manufacturers,
BUILDERS AND
Ml
BRICK-YARDS: Purl H»ney.
OFFICII: Corner t'olanililii nml Mary
. SI.. Mn We.lulu.lcr.     ilnrmlillilii
VV. E. FALES,
PRACTIGALJINDERTAKER.
Kmb»lmlng a Specialty.
Denier In Wooden and Metalle Bur-
InlCflMketi. Putter-Ale Conducted.
A full line of Coffin Trimmings always on
hand, parties at n distance stippl led ut
shortest notice. Satisfaction guaranteed in every particular.
dwoclto COLUMIIaSt. NewWesl'r.
MANITOBA
Flour & Feed
STOEE,
EWEN'SCANNERY BUILDINB
Cor. Columbia & Begbie Sts.,
WKSTMINSTEH.
J. HlND,
Ull'OUTKIl ANII DKAI.Kit IN
Flour, Feed
AM) DAIRY PRODUCE.
CALL A EXAMINE GOODS A PRICES,
din 1120ml
I'novfKt.'IAI, SmtRTARY'S OtTICK,
Hud Mnrrh, ltWS.
HIS HONOUR THE   LIEHTENANT-
Govomor ban been pleased to make
the following Ruins of Courl:
1. There nlintl te n vacation in Ihe Su*
pi'i'im* Cotiil fniiii Thiirsdny Ihellilli dnv
of Miu-rli, ikhs in snlvinliiy the 7th day of
April, isw, hiiih days Inetuslve. during
wiilelt vne.atton impli-mllng t-hnlt be de-
llv-jfedoi'i-ause Irleil.
2. Nothing In theso rules shnll li.lerfiue
wltli lite deliver) nt pleadings or trial nf
CflUSOS ti liil>]-' nr pr.r-rj.Hwed to he tried else-
WliRio tlmu ut Victoria, New Westminster
ni- Nanalmo.
.'1. Nolliiui' in iliese rules slni]! Interfere wilh the trials hi vacation when sue))
Irlals havelieeti ordered before tlm oom-
■neuenmeiit of siieli VHonllon, nor wllh
nny trial tlie hearlnu whereof lum heen
begun before, llie I'.imiiieneetneiit of sueli
viienliou, nnr will; Ihn delivery of any
Judgment where suoh iiintltT lm*- boon
argued before Ihe eommeneenienl of ti.e
vncatlon, nnr wit; l-i" liixallon nf nisl<
iniil tlicKl-j-nluiinf jinigiiienlH.
1. Nnllihuf In tlies'- lUU'sslinll Inleifeie
Willi npi'Ilcalloiis tor Judgment, nn-lcr
Itliti'T-.'.f Ml' MiipieineCniirt lilllOH, 1880
5. \n:iil.i: In ij..-.-.- Rules shnll interfere wlih thorlghl o| tippeallnlhclJlvl-
slonnl 1'iniri frum itnv liiterlocutiny order
orilierefiiinlodiny It'terloeutory nnier.
il. These rules mnv he riled i.h the "Ens-
ii'i Vacation IHU-k, IS8H.'*
lty Comfifniid.
.INO.  ROBSON,
ilmh'2Htd Piovlnelal HeeretHry.
FASKIOW.
DRESSMAKING
At MISS JENNINGS',
(LATB of Engi-and)
Corner of Cliurcli and Columbia Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
ffB"S:itisfaetlon gnai-antced.     dwfc7le
Administrator's Notice.
In the Estate of CHAUhKS PrtOH, Deceased Intestate.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ull aecounts due lo the Estate of Llie
late Chtules Potcli must be paid to the
niidersl-iieii /niMiwilh, and all elnlins
ngainst Mil* suld Estate must heforwnrd-
ed.duly proven, to Ihe undersigned on or
before the Uth duy of April next.
\V. H. FALDINO.
dnihiltd Administrator.
Administrators Notice.
In the Estate of   Axiiri's   Ktsa, Deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
nil accounts due tn ibe Estato of the
Iale Andres Ring must lie paid to tho undersigned forthwith, nnd all claims u-
ttuinst the said Estate must ho forwarded,
duly proven, to tlie undersijriied on or before the tlib dny of April next.
,    , W. II. FALDING,
dmliiitd Administrator.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
thirty days after date I Intend to
make application to the Chief Commissioner of Lnnds and Works for a License
to cut and remove timber from the following described lands, viz.: Tlie North west
quarter of Section 10, Township 17, nlso
the South % of Section Thirty, Township
17, nnd the N. E. % ot said Sec. 30, all In
the District of New Westminster.
JAMES PATTEBSON.
Chllliwhack, Mar. 10,1889.       dmhlOml
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870.
Lot No. G, Block XII, and Lot Ho, 2,
Block XXIII, iu the City of New West-
minster.
CERTIFICATE OF INDEFEASIBLE
Title to the above-mentioned Lots
be Issued to Alexander Ewen on the
25th day of May, 1888, unless In the meantime a valid objection thereto be made to
tho undersigned in writing by some person claiming an estate or interest tn said
IMs or some part thereof.
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Lnnd Registry Office,
New Westminster, 21st Feb., 1888.
dfe21mS
mi i
3STOTIOB.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
I havo made application to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
license to eut, fell and carry nway timber
from the following desqribtd unoccupied
nnd unreserved Crown lands in thel)is-
trlct of New Westminster, thnt Is to say:
Commencing at a stake planted on the
right bunk of a stream which empties into Howe Sound (wost shore) about half n
mile northerly of the Indian Reserve,
whicli lies west of Woolrldpe Islnnd, said
stake being planted nbout 1}_ miles from
tho mouth of paid stream;
Tlience as follows: West 40chains, north
20 chains, west -10 ehains, north H00 chains,
east 40 chnins, south HO ehains, cast 20
chains, south (10.chains, east 20 ohalns,
south 20 chains, to point of 'commencement; containing 1000 acres, more or less.
New Westminster, B, C, March 12,1888.
ARTHUR MILTON,
By his Agent,   CHARLES E. WOODS,
d mh 12m 1
dwfc2te
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
LAND & INVESTMENT AUENCY. Id.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY  S.  MASON,
CUYLER A.  HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS,
Dominion Lands.
7F YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
1 Pre-emption or for rent of Mining or
Grazing Land, or buying Farm, Mining
or any land from the Dominion Government, " •■ ■'" *"  ' '
DO NOT PAY GASH
But pay In j
large discount.
quantities from
ALLOWAY k CHAMPION,
jBACTxcrsms,
WINNIPEO,   MANITOnA,
OR PROM
TIIK BANK OF BRITISH C0MIHBU,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
ilwmh6lfr
To San Francisco, Cal.,
BV WAY OF THE
Oregon and California B. B.
AND CONNECTIONS.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
Quicker In Time than any other
Route between
New Weitmiuler ui fa Franoisco.
Or-ind Scenic Koutn of llio PacMc
Coast.
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
EXCURSION SLEEPERS
Kor   Sopond - Class   Prisscngprs on   all
Through Train*, freo or rhargc,
Kara from Portland lo Sacramento nml
Ran Francisco: Unlimited, ftWi First
Class (Limited), (N> second class ir.t-
lulled), mis.
It. KOEIir.EIt, Miuiaeer.
HEAD OFFICE, - 56 Hew Broad St. ■ LONDON, ENGLAND.
The Business of ALLSOP b MASON has been merged In the atoretConuuT
and will be carried on by the Company from thia date ru a general Und Inieitmen*
anrl Insurance Agency.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Batea.   Town Lota uid Farming
I..inds for Sale on easy terms.
Victoria, a C, Mny Uth, 1887. dwjtftf
Iii the  Supreme Court of
Britisli Columbia.
In tho Matter of the Estate of Michel
Lacroix, deceased intestate.
TENDERS AltE CALLED FOK UP TO
the hour ot 12 oTclock noon ot the 21th
April, 18H8, tor the purchase ot ut Mix,
*BMMMThree, New Westminster District,
l'lrrllculars call bo obtained nt the omce
ot W. H. Kaldlm;. Esquire, District Registrar of th Is Honorable Court.
The highest or any of such tenders not
necessarily accepted.
Dated 20th March, A. D. 1863.
,   , «., "**"• H' FALDING,
illilh20Ul D. R.8. C.
oTEELE BROS&COS
SEEDS
STEELE BROS 8 CO.
dleZlto
E. P. ROOERS,
(Jen, Freight A Pass. Agent.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE CMP'*..
I Oi.ii IlnoAu St. and 16 Pai.i, Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
IOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Hniltlinga, Gooda, War-as, Moralian*
iii*---;, Mamifncturhig and Fanning Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dook, and the
C-irgoos of hviiih Vessels; alio, Sliinn build*
F'
Ing and repairing, 1-targcn and other Vca-
seh on navigable rivers and canals, and
Gooda on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland aud in Foreign
Countries,
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STREET ■ VICTORIA.
AOBHTS   JTOK
North British and Mercantile
insnrance Co. Ibr Mainland.
H. C. BEETON 4 CO.,
So Finsbury Circus,
London, K. C,
COME AND SEE!
H
W. H. HOLDEN,.
AVINO  TAKEN   POSSESSION OF
on Columbiaam
the Episcopal "
aa the
"Temperance House,"fronting
blaand Church Streets,opposite
sopal Churoh, and now known
FARMERS' HOME.
WIU accommodate the trarellnt public
at the following rates:
Board per day. «,. ■„,„■„„■,■ ,«l 00
"      "  week  «... 5 00
Single Meals. ..„cs.oa.„..,i...™   »
Beds «    M
Flowers for sale
myftc
MlIdckSoiglwugEiig,
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
Clearing Land and Cutting
Cordwood.
FOOK W04.CO.,
COLUMBIA STREET,
Near Cleveland Hotel,
NewWestmlnster.    dlellml
Mainland Transfer
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed f Sale Stables
the suiiscniBEiis ahe now phe-
PAnEDTOTlTKN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE fifGS
At Special Low HutKH.
Done at Shortest Notice.
Or-flordwiMMl delivered U) nny part of
tho Clly.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention.
aarStabloB nearly opposite O, P. H. Depot, Columbln St., NewWostminstcr.
djHUte      GILLEY BROS. "">"->•
nun
iR ISA.M.UiK Bj FIRK
SnWvrilieil ami Invested Capital,
-£1.(500.000 STG.
K.-itcH of ['reniium ami everv i,if'»nn:i
lion unit lio obtained on Application to
«*. J.. ARMSTR0N0,
Agent for New Wtstmlniitei.
Soap! Soap!
PENDRAY & CO.
Arc still giving tlio BEST VALUR in
tho way of
LAUNDRY AND TOILET SOAP
To he had In tliis Provinco.
*>rriioii' Klootrlc Soap put up in
waxed wrappero ia Bsttku and Cheapkk
than anytliing ot tlio kind on the market.
Ask your Grocer for it and see that
vou oct it.
Pknuhay k Co'h Soap Works, Humboldt street, Viotoria, no!8dw
ESTABLISHED 1869.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
HMrtr tppoilto tk* Ctltiltl ittel,
NEW WE8TMIN8TER.
THE LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
uwrtnunt of >ll descriptions of
MEATS AND VE8ETABLES
ConsUntljr on hut), ud supplied to ttlt.
illes, Restaurute, ud StMmbotU rt thl
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
CHINA * JAPAN
Fancy Goods
WR HAVE JUST RECEIVED alargt
couslBitment of ell kinds of
CELEBRATED TEA,
Kmbroldered 811k Goods,
Stinwli, Screen, led *)illtt,
Dreniig Down, Etc., lie.
—amo—
Porcelain, K»ts**m*>, Clolune,
Brome, Ivory, 8nd»lwool «ml
Carlos of Evmj Description.
IMPORTED IY EVEir 3TEUU MHGT FMH
Hoping That you wll l honor us with jour
visit, we remain very respectfallr/yours,
Kwong on Wo & Co.,
FRONT STREET, Niw WHTWMTII. (kli
Fwt Offlee Mx K*,*!*,'    ,,.'
LOOK  HEBE!
In order to malce room for a large consignment of Boots and Shoes
for the Spring trade, I will for sixty days sell all
descriptions  of
Boots and Shoes at Cost for Cash.
1*5* OALL EARLY AND SECURE BARGAINS.
JAMES ROUSSEAU,
No. 81, Columbia St-uui. mm________mt___t____M____m—
THE DAILY COLUMBIAN
TOBr.raHm
I'vcrj ADenuaa «r»|it Hundny,
BTT&ri
■lITISH COLUMtlAN PMmM COHPAHV (LIMITED.)
At Ihe CompanyTg steam Printing Es-
lahllshmant, Columbia St.
BY   MAIL:
Kor U months 8 2?
Kor a months 4 25
Kor I month. 2 25
DELIVERED IN THE CITY:
ror li month UO 00
ror Imopth..  8 25
1'er month ,.«     w
I'orwwt »....'. •■     25
Pa-want in »H eue> (eioept for weekly
THteltobOBUde In advance.
•mamma MTEI Fll THI WILY.
I'lUdmlMveiUseaHath-Elntlnser-
.n, lOcu. pet line solid nonpareil; eaoh
inMequentoonsecntlv. Insertion,2cts. per
line, Advortlsementt not inserted evory
•(ny, 5 ota. pit line each Insertion.
.luilsl Ad»rrtU«meats.-Regular
KrrslnMi or Professional Advertisements
will b. receiver at followlni rates: 1 Inch,
unrmenth: 2 Ins.IS; Meol.B.80; </, col.
lir.Rj 1 tol.»!«. If inserted for less (Irrrn il
moe. II per cent, will he added.
•pedal Sttieat among readlDf matter,
20 ete. per line eaoh insertion. Specials
calling attention to advertisements, loots.
per line.
Births, Marriages and reaths,!! for ench
Insertion: Fnneral Notices In connection
with deaths, RO ets. ench Insertion.
Aaetloa Sales, when displayed, charged
*5 per cent, less tnnn transient advts. If
.olid, charged at regular transient lates.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
Issued every Wednesday Homing.
Delivered In the City, per year. *l.00
Marled, peryear. .., ■;-..-.. 2.00
Mallerl, ii months. .:.;'. 1.25
WEEKLV ADVEtlTlSINC MIES.
Trauslent Advin«liieas«ntt.-Firslliiser-
tlen, 10cts. per line solid nonpareil; subsequent Insertions, 6 ets. per line.
sundial Adverllseinenls.-fi.r 1 Inch,
HM per month; 2 Ins. S2 per ui.; 3 ins. KM)
per in.; 1 col. 112.75 per m. If Inserted for
less than 3 mos. 10 per celrt. will be added
to these rates.
Special notices among reading matter,
20 cts. per line ench insertion.
Cats mustbeall metal,ami forlnrgecnti
an extra rate will be oharged. No advt.
Inserted in either issue for less than,11.
anrPersons sending iu advertisements
shonld be careful to Mat* "whether they
are to appear In the Daily Edition, or tho
Weekly, or both.
D. ROBSON, Manager.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Notice J. Martin b Son
Cricket Clnb .T. S. Clute
Hate Ogle, Campbell b Co.
Hardware be T. J. Trapp b Co.
Auction Salo .T. J. Trapp
gailj) gritiah Columbian
Tharsday  Evening. April 3, less.
Five carloads of freight went over to
Vancouver this morning.
The Btr. Adelaide left for the North
Ann at an early hour thia morning.
The steamer Muriel arrived from
Saanich this afternoon with a cargo of
lime.
AU Wool French Cashmeres—double
width—50 ete. per yard, at Jas. Ellard
& Co's. dmhflltc
A meeting of the cricket club will be
held in Mr. Clute's office to-morrow
evening.
The steamer Gladys left for Chilliwhack this morning with freight and
pntsengera.
The steamer Richmond will probably
resume her trips to tho North Arm
early next week.
New Millinery just received ut Jns.
Ellard & Co's; tint shipment of New
Spring Millinery. dmh21to
Attention is directed to Ogle, Campbell & Co.'a new advertisement on tbo
first page of this issue.
There are over 2000 tons of anthracite coal at Moody awaiting shipment.
A ship has been expected for soino time
to take thia coal away.
Just opened at Jas. Ellnrd & On's,
a full line of the famous Yniise, Agava
and Coraline Corseta in nil sizes; also
a complete line of Nursing Corset*.  *
Reader, don't forget that James
Cunningham imports cement, plaster,
lime, hair, sewer pipe, chimney pipe,
oakum, pitch, rosin, and tarred paper
for builders. dmhlTto
Mr. R. T. Mizony will sell at auction
to-morrow at 2 p.m. his entire stock of
Japanese goods, consisting of Hue silk
embroidery, singing canaries, Hower
plants, trees, ete. .
Mr. Max Mowat deposited- the salmon fry in Slave River instead of Harrison lake as intended. On Monday
about a million fry will be turned louse
in Harrison Lake.
Mr. Higgins hns introduced a bill
into the legislature providing that
members of tlie municipal councils of
Victoria, Westminster and Nanaimo
be styled" Aldermen."
The Y.M.C.A. debating club, which
was to have met last night and carried
out a musical programme, deferred its
meeting on account of the entertainment in Herring's Opera House.
A sltght cold often proves the loreruu-
ner of a complaint which may prove fatal. Avoid thu result by taking Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral, the best remedy ior
colds, coughs, and all throat and lung
dlseues.
Tbe speaker Has decided that the
new license bill introduced by Hon.
Mi. Robson is not in order, and is not
properly before the house. So there
will be no change in the license act
this year.
Yesterday was the best dny this
year in the salmon fishing, and a fair
run may ba said to have commenced.
W. B. Vianen's busts brought in about
4003 pounds, among which were very
few white salmon.
Tha rehearsal for the ''Seven
Clerks" is progressing well, and next
Wednesday evening this very interesting drama will be put on the boards at
H orring's open houso. Tho costumes
to be worn are exceedingly rich and
handsome.
The s.s. Batavia cleared from Vancouver yesterday for Yokohama nnd
Hong Kong, taking 11 cabin and 14
steerage passengers. Her cargo consisted of 2073 tons, the principal items
in which were 26,052 sack* of Hour,
6,160 pkgs, cotton and 5 street can.
Attention is called to the new tnni-
nens advertisement ef Messrs. T. J.
1V.*.pp & Co. which appears on the
li wit page of thi* paper. This establishment is one iff the oldest hardwaro
houses in the eity, andls widely known
throughout the province. Our renders
ere advised to moke a note of the nd-
vestisement and tiki a look at the
i^':.-_^^J.^~.z^z'~
0illdriB^iyf9rJ^«cfiC^rl«
Where Ik tbe Profmor?
About two months ago a man named
Baillie, calling himself a professor of
dancing, came to this city from Vancouver and opened a class. The
Lenten season having just commenced
the class was small, and being at considerable expense in connection with
the hall, music, etc., he soon ran into
debt. Baillie had announced his intention of civing a grand masquerade
ball to-morrow night, but ono of the
musicians, refusing to play until or-
rears were paid, is said to havo spoilt
his plans, and last Sunday the professor disappeared and nothing has since
been learned of him. Baillie owes a
number of bills about town and the
parties to whom they are due would
bo glad if ho turned up figain and
settled. Jt is to be hoped tho professor has not decamped, but indications point that way.
 —■*>»*. ■
Inlermllug LrHiiir.
Last night the Rev. Father Mc-
Ouckin, (». M. I., of Westminster, delivered u very interesting lecture in
Philharmonic Hall. The rev. gentleman chose for his Hubject "The City
of Borne nnd its Ancient Monuments."
He described iu glowing lermo the
admirable architecture aud skilled
workmanship of the various places of
religious worship; gave a graphic picture of thb dimensions of the Coliseum, which 'was capable of seating
100,000 spectators, and astonished his
hearers at the marvellous grandeur and
immense proportions cf tho renowned
church ef St. Peter's. Lack of space
prevents -our entering into" a more
lengthy account ef tlio very interesting
lecture. The' large and appreciati ve
audience were highly pleased with the
able manner in which the rev. gentleman bandied his subject, nnd paid tho
closest attention during the whole of
tho lecture.— Colonist.
The Juvenile*).
The Juvenile Opera Co. drew a full
house last night to witness tht ir production of that charming comic opera,
"Olivette." The lirst, act showed that
there was really a well-selected organization of little people, many of them
charming iu manner and graceful in
form, and pretty in features, while all
showed the caretul training which
must have been bestjwed in ordor to
bring them to the high standard of efficiency evidenced in their acting und
singing. The music of "Olivette'' ia
delightful, aud the little people sung it
remarkably well, tbo applauso of the
audience at times being, almost uproarious in its approval. Tho "Far-
andolo" Eong and dance was threo
times recalled. CamiHo Clevoland was
a sweet and pretty "Olivetto." She
pt)":;eKses n pie- *?*int voice and hor solos
were excellently rendered, while hor
acting was graceful and natural. Emma Berg, tho "Countess," is tbe eldest
in the troupo, just past sweet sixteen.
Sho alao won great favor fur her singing and aoting, as sho really do-3erved.
Ceo. Buyhi made n oapiltit "Capt.
De Merriutac." !!'• piissesr.es a
awuet. tenor voice, well trained, and
bis singing was much appreciated.
Evan Gamble as "Vnlmiliuo," won an
encore in his first Bong, Julian Martin made a fascinating "Due Des Iff,"
her acting being exceedingly good and
her elocut-ou cicar and distinct. Sho
iB handsome aud clever, and was popular with tlio audience. Littlo Teddy
Gamble, "Cotjuelieot" i*j the comedian
of the company. In his song "Bob up
Serenely" he literally brought down
the bouse, receiving three recalls,
Stella May, the smallest member of
the company, ia not by any means the
least in merit, and as "Valentine" was
very droll. Though a "wee bit lassie"
she danced the hornpipe no well that
she received an enthusiast; eiiporo.—
Colonist,
—      ..+ ♦■ %	
le Rig reede and Synae.
The great feed, which had been
looked forward to so anxiously for
many days by the hungry individual
who had been fortunate enough to secure a ticket, wns. fought to a L-uish
last night in Herring.» opera house.
Sharp at 5:80 o'clock bno of tho deacons dashed into combat against a plate
of pork and heann,'ably supported by
a largo slice of Boston brown bread
The deaoon's silicce-ss wai the signal fnr
n general engagement, aud Boon knives
and forks, plates and cups were rattling in a most alarming style. Tlie
ladies were constantly in attendance,
and continually cheering on the combatants ta better eflorts, Tbe cooking
was excellent and the variety of edi
bios great. Ereu cultured Boston
would hive gone into raptures over the
pork nnd beans nnd brown bread; they
were delicious nud cooked in truo New
England fashion. The old-fashioned
pumpkin pie, flavored as only a Yankee
knows how, was ou thu tablo in abundance, gingerbread nnd short bread
were also there, and the delicious apple pie, wilh its crisp crust, made glad
the hearts of not a few enthusiastic devotees of that grandest of alt pies. The
ladies, dressed becomingly in the
quaint old style of a hundred years ago,
looked charming, and if a few young
men ate a littlo more than wns good
for them, or lingered a little longer at
the table tban the wishes of the appetite demanded, they can be readily excused, for even eonie of tbe older
heads found it dillicult to part from
the scene. When alt had been tilled
to repletion, the supper was declared
over, and preparations were made for
the big sing. About 8:30 o'clock tbe
curtain rose on a sceno not poon to be
forgotten. Some thirty young people,
dresnod in costumes from 100 to 500
years old, were distributed about the
stage, the old folks being gathered
nbout the fireplace. The big sing then
followed, which was woll conducted
throughout and greatly appreciated by
the audience. Tlie programme wns
nicely arranged and curried out successfully. Auld Lang Syne nnd God
Save the Queen brought thin very enjoyable entertainment to nclosn, ft is
needless to uunounce success attended
the promoters of this big sing, in every
detail, and it is safe to say Herring's
opera houso never contained puch a
largo audience as last night.
• -Use* the- safo, pleasant andeffeehi-tl
WSrtn'kiner," Mother Gives' Woiin Exterminator! nothing oqualB it, Procure
a bottle and tako it homo.
Tbe Yosemite*
The str. Yosemite arrived from. Victoria this afternoon with GO tons of
freight and the following passengers:
Tho Misses Sprout, Jaa. Laidlaw, T.
Spenco, Capt. Stowart, H. N. Drummond, H. Drummond, E. A. Sharpe,
\V. II. Stoves, Johnson, S. Hemons,
H. Marboeuf.
Energy will do almost anything, but
it cannot exist if tlio blood is impure and
moves sluggishly in the veins. There is
nothing so" good for cleansing the blood
and Imparting energy to the system as
Ayer's SarsapariUa. t'rieo sl. Six bottles, H5,    Sold by druggists.
Pergonal
Thos. Spence has rbttirood from Victoria.
\V. 11. Steves, of Lulu Island, is in
the city.
T. B, Pearson paid Vancouver a
visit to-day.
J. O. McLeod, C.P.R. mail (deck.
was in the city to-day.
G. L. Schetky has returned from au
extended business trip to the east.
W. H. Russell, of Victoria, waa a
passenger by the Yosemite to-day.
E, A. Sharpe, of Lulu Island, eamo
up by the Yosemito this afternoon.
Jas, Laidlaw returned to the city
thia nfternoon on tho steamer Yosemite.
T. C. Atkinson went over to Victoria this morning on professional
business.
J. A. \Yubster has gone over to Vic-
turia on business connected with some
matters beforo tho house, and will be
absent a few days.
Mitchell k Piatt, druagists, London,
Oat., write Dec., 1881; "Wu have sold
Dr. Thomas' Kclectric Oil since its first
introduction, and we ean safely say, no,
medicine on orr shelves has had a larger
sale, or gives better satisfaction. We
always feci safe in recommending it to
our customer--).
Lute Despatches.
THE  UUCnAHEST MOTS,
London, Mar. 31.—The Bucharest
riots arc looked on aB presaging an immediate series of uprisings in the Balkan Suites, chiefly in Roumania, Rou-
meliaand Bulgaria, which havo undoubtedly beon organized by Russian
agents, and will be conducted by leaders in Rnssi ui pay. It has long been
suspected, aud in many cases known,
that Russian spies and Russian money
have been in freo circulation in the
Balkans, and if the Muscovite organizers of the revolt have not completed
their work to their entire satisfaction,
their failure to do so is in no wise attributable to any interference on the
part of the Bucharest, Sofia or Philopo*
lis authorities.
DESERTERS FROfa KtKfl JOHN.
London, April 2.—Famished deserters from the ranks of King John's
army continue to arrive at Mussowah,
and roport that serious disseution has
arisen between King John nnd Uus
Aloula. Detachments of Abyssinian
troops aro already retreating across tbe
Digdingta Hills.
AHRBAHS OK  TENSIONS.
Washinoton, Apl. ',..— Thu bouse
committee ou invalid pensions to day
appointee a sub-committee to take under consideration the various bil'a looking to tho repeal ot the limitation
clauses fixing J uly 1st, 1860, in tho arrears of pension act of 18(10, as tho
time by which all claims for arrears of
pensions should be tiled. Gen. Black,
commissioner of pensions, has estimated that it will take between §200,000,-
003 and $303,000,000 to pay alt claims
for arrears for ponsions. fihould tho
limitation clause be repealed.
THE CANADIANS WIN.
London, Ap. 3.—A game of lacrosse
was played between the Oanndian lacrosse toam of Toronto, and the South
Manchester team, which resulted in u
score of 7 gouls to 0 in fnvur of tbo
Canadians. The Canadians appear to
bo ahead of tho English players nt all
points. The Toronto lacrosse team
played thoir lirst game at Dldsburg,
their opponents being the team of
Owens College, of Manchester. The
score waa: Canada, 5 goals; Owens
College, 1. Tho club had a rough jtaB
sage over the ocean.
THE NEW  UUiMftB TUKATY. ..
WAHiiiNOTOy, Apl. 3.—Tho now
Chinese treaty is published. Tho
coul r.icting parties ngrco tbat for n
period nf 20 years tho coming, except
under conditions specified, A Chineao
laborers to the United Slnles shall be
absolutely prohibited. This shall not
apply to tbe return to Iho United
State*) of any Chinese laborer who has
a lawful wife, child, or parents in the
United States, or property therein to
tho value of 91000, or do! tt • f like
amount duo dm and pending so* Element. Nevertheless, every such
Chinese lab.iror shall bofore leaving
the United Suites depunt as a condition of his return, wilh the collector
of customs of the district from which
he departs, a full description in writing of his family or property ot debts
as aforesaid, and shall be furnished
by said collector with euch certificate
of his right to return. Should the
written inscription be proved to be
false, the right of return thereunder
or uf continued residence after returr
shnll in each case bo fotfeited. And
such right of return shall he exorcised
within nue yonr from the date of leaving the United Stutea; but such right
of return to the United Statea may be
extended for an additional period cot
to exceed ono year in cases where, by
reason of sickness or other cause of
disability beyond his control, such
Ohinese laborer shall bo rendered unable sooner to return.
The provisions of tho convention shall
not aHbct the right at present onjoyod
by Chinese Bubjeots being officiate,
teacher-*, students, mcrchats or travellers for curb sity or pleasure, but not
laborers, of coming to the United
States and residing therein. To entitle
such Chinese subjects as aro above described to admission into the United
States, thoy may produca a certificate
from thoir government or tho government whore they last resided, vi/., by
tbe diplomatic or cons liar reprrsunta-
livo of the Unitod States in thq_ country or port whence they depart(    The
Children Cryfor Pltch^Ci|8tor!a
rnts
United States agrees to pay on or before March 1,1889, $276,619.70 to the
Ohinese minister, in full indemnity for
losses and injuries sustained by Ohinese subjects in the United Statc<i.
JUDGE LYKC1T AGAIN.
Montoosiekv, Ala,, April 3.—Two
hundred armed and masked men rode
into the quiet littlo town of Haynes*
villo, Ala., lust night, went; to the
county jail and doui'uided possesion
of Theo. J. Calloway, tlio negro, who
murdered Mitchell Oroshnm near
Sandy Ridge in Laundos county a few
days ago. They forced tlie jailor to
surrender tho keys, then went to the
cell whero tho murderer was sleeping,
took him out in front of tho court
houso and hanged hun toa limb of a
treo. His body was riddled with bullets and left dangling in the irir. Notlir
ing is known us to tho identity uf the
lynchers, except that they wero friends
of the murdered man. Gresham and
the negro had had a dispute about a
rubber coat one day last week. Grea-
ham aud his brother tout the negro in
tho public road with a shotgun. Gres-
ham asked him what ho was going to
do with tbe gun, and he enid: "1 will
show you," whereupon the leveled tho
gun and fired. The charge blowcd the
back part of the young man's head off,
causing instant death.
BUIL-DOO KELI.EV.
Duluth, April 3.-"Bull-day" Kel-
ley, who murdered a man in British
Columbia two years age, aud whose
arrest and the efforts for whose extradition made such a sensation in St.
Paul at the time, has been miking
things lively at the head of the, lake
lately. Kelley went to West Superior
the other day and pummcled a Norwegian almost beyond recovery. He
made n run for tho Minueset * siile •*'
the bay nnd thus eluded the uftloen
Yesterday the local ps).ico put him ;.
durance vile for piirodmiitih'g in ;fi
ly scrap:on First avepUe w*es\ t' -
had his face badly .  t.
The Medicine fr"     ■•■'*'  Kid   ;.'
Complaint,—Mr. V*-     Ot! .. .i,
writes: "I take;. . ..  ;  - ■ * *      n-
mending to tho 1 *./ ar  •-
lee's Pills, as a en e v * ' \, a I. d-
ney Complaint. 1 '...vo W- .ton ."■)■■
last three years with leadii . physloia;
and have taken miiay med fines wi h
were recommended tti-ihe withobt re ef,
but after taking ughc _U Valine.'-.7
Pills I was quite iel{6vftl, aud u*. w ] .'. '
as free from the disease itli besoro I vn.s
troubled.
Whim Baby -wu sick, ws gav« her Cutoria,
Whan iho wm a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When sho becimo Miss, ahe clang to Castoria,
When sht had Children, she gevetheiu Castoria
Have you tried Holloway's Corn Cure*:
It has no equal for removing theso tro:i*
bles-ome exercacenres, as many have testified who have tried it.
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VI
How To SAVE Money.—Always
buy the best because it is the cheapes t
in thfi end, and not only is Burdock
Blood Bitters the besc medicine known
for all chronic diseases of tbe Stomach,
Kidneys, Liver and Blood, but it is
really the cheapest as it needs less to
cure and cures more quickly than any
other remedy.
New Westminster Cricket Club
A MEETING OF THE ABOVE CLUB
wi! I be held In the olllce of Mr. Clute
on li'lilur Evening, April oil), at 8 o'clock,
A full attendance of members iinrticii-
larly-n
Newl
iiiPKfril,
rest., April ith, 188S.
tin prill
$6000 WORTH OF
BOOTS ai SI
—TO BE—
SACRJIFICED!
T HAVE nEOEIVED lNsiilllCTIOJiS
I from Hut AmsItjihtu nf lliir l'Mnlc of W.
I'.nss to sell by PUBLIC AUCTION, on
SATURDAY NIGHT NEXT.
On llifl I'c-nilses, Ills cxk'iislve aiKl well-
i,eleelc<lKtnekof
Laili(v'.   Cents'*  Yont li-V   mid
fl'.ildre irs Footwear*
The whole of whieh Is in perfect order
iiutl consists of the latest mid bestuuiltcs
mid Biylen of nil ibe delelmitefl AJiirrlrnn
nml (jiiu-ulhm luanufitomrei's, mul upon
Inspection will be found iho hoPt-Boleoted
stoek lu tlte Province.
The Snlo will bP.rfla.oini d pn Hie following WmlnoMttiy nnd Huh-niny wenltvs,
from7lo 19 o'eloek, nn! II HlOWhOlfl Will's*
prised of,
The Mtork will '<   . i \) ■ ■•■ v;\y .'ny lib-
foroBuTo.
3SRM3 (MBit
VRAPP.
AthrnoNJii
TBNSBBa
"pENDERS FOR THK ERECTION OF
1 ii Freight Hhed on the wlinrf on Block
Two will bo received up to noon on Mon-
ny thi* pith Inst., ni the offlceof tliiMin-
derslgned* wliere the plans and specili-
cotloiiK cun ho Been. The lowest or any
tender nut iiivi-ssnrily accepted,
dnp-ltd HENRY V. EDMONDS.
Notice of Removal
mHE DANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
I have vucitteil their old office in Jus.
Cunnhighiun'a building on Columbia Kt.,
nnd aro now occupying their new build*
1 iif, corner of Mary und Columbia Sis,
SfvcrHl Offices (slnjrteor en suite, bent*
ed with hot water) above the BniiK, also
iheHtorcln tiio Bnsement, are still to let
nt very reasonable rents.
Apply to I, B. FISHER,
Manager Bank of 11. C.
New West., March 27,1888.       tlmhSSmt
NEW
PI flTUIUP
»8PBiisra**s
uLuiniinu
wc
WE THE UN' *i..\     i . !BY
give noth        .■■ it  i •■       y , :i ■■
dato wo Intend u ■■  piyto ihoi'lilef I  .1 .-
mlsslunor of I,*.,, .j ml   Forks for    r-
mission to lottmi foHlinh rburpoSo
following described bin dm
Dot No. 1 —Twiiilyiwiv, mDifi or IdSTi
slttui'ed nbout "venly inlli - from I    rrl-
soii Springs on iho west'fihoroorilari •■ i
IjuIip, bounded byUialni^oiiiuJ ■■■.mv Miu.
Plot No, 2.—Tun acres, morooi le. -i.sK-
tinli'd iilioul i ."iity-two inllrf. n*oi*i ilnr-
rison SprlnuH on tlm West side of Hnrrismi
Luke, bounded bv shore nnd mounlnin,
Plot No, 8,—Throe hundred ncrop, more
or Irss, sliiiatod about twettly-flve miles
from lliirrison Springs on west .shore,
opposite Nortli end of big Island, culled
"Mnlf-Mny Point," bounded by mountain
and Miore,
Plot No, 4.—Ono hundred acres, more or
lean, sltimtod on Went shore of JInrrlson
Luke, about ludf wnv between Silver
Creek and big hlldo, bounded hv mountain nud shore.
Plot No. ft.—Fifteen acres, more or loss,
situated on WcrI shore of Harrison Lake,
opposite big Hlldo, hounded by shore nntl
mountain.
Plot. No, fl.—Ten acres, more or lowt, «n-
uated on Wost shore ot Harrison Ltikt',
one mllo alrovo big slide, bounded by
mountain and shore.
Plot No. 7.—Ten acres, more or lfi.1?**, j?II ti-
i U'doii Wesl sltorooj ftftWIsttn Lako^lv
elites from Dougtfl**?, homided by monn-
Inln nnd slioro.
Plot No, 8.—Fifty ncrns, moro or leWi
West of Port Poe-flnn ImUan r<**,-*i-v*
bounded by LIlIooBtRlyfiriintl lnnuntnln.
Plot No, il.—Two humliv-d acres, more or
Ifss, Rltunled on West, sitle nf i.Ulnoct
Hlver mid North side of HIiH'ltet l.'rcol:,
bounded liy Hluekct Crock, LUlooet Hlver
and mountain.
Plot No. 10.-One hundred neroM, moro
or Inn, situated on End nidi* of I.lllooct
Hlver, about font miles from the river's
mouth.
Plot No. 11.—Fifty sunta,'mora or less,
BlttiatOd about one mile of TPRTfiJJDoiigliw.
on the wagon rond.     """*
.108, MARTIN A HON.
Harrison Rivor, 11. C,
April '2nd, pm. dnpr-ml
len's Suits,
ien's Suits,
ien's Suits.
Boys' Suits.
Boys' Suits.
Boys' Suits.
Children's Suits.
. Children's Suits.
Children's Suits.
Men's Pants*
Men's Pants.
Men's Pants.
.8, COLLARS, CUFFS,
;l!.sicr.v, Underclothing,
VnltacM, &f.
LlMillll
COLUMBIA STREET
ilwnili24to     Ow*. TKUflRArn Omcr,
T
i A
Just Received at
JAS. ELLARD & CO.'S
BarpinstortheHolidays!
WILL NOT BE INDERS0LD.   BEST QUALITY OF GOODS.
Best Selection of Silverware in Townl
mr. CLICKS & JEWELRY
CHEAPEll THAN EVER.
Fresh Go;-; arriving every
Eye Glasses, to auit any nig!
elsewhere at
The finest assortment of Spectacles &
.> trouble to sliow Gooda,   Gall before going
:e?\
taT The Beet .ind Choapo^.t
Warranted.
JHMAKEE k JEWELER, Opp. the Bank.
i for Watoh and Jewelry Repaint.   All Work
dwdalto
|   D. S, CURTIS &CO., •
*>'■" Wholesale aod Rclsll |w
|druggistsJi
SS Moxt  (aloulal Held, S"
a)       rsrra-w- "wtbbtmiu-stbib.      S
HEEEINa'S
OPERA HOUSE!
ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY.
Success of tbe Season
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Monday,   April   9th. i
JUVENILE OPERA CO;
'*■- i t-'.-i.
* '-        '    .1 .* ■ *j ,
When w% be Produced the Magnificent Comic Opera,
OLITETTB
40 Pemns,   Splendid Orchestra,  Orand
Che-: *••?, j egant Costumes, Picturesque Scenes.
FIRST EXHIBITION OF HERRING'S NEW $900 DROP
CURTAIN.—MAGNIFICENT PAINTING.
K.'scrvcil Hcnts #ls  tlenoral AdmlsHlon, 50o.i Children, Ue.
PMVATR 110XKS (0 Soata Eaoh)-Upper, Vl; Lowor, 912.
tir Resorvoil Seals can lio obtained at Herring's Opora House from 1 to 8 p, m.
each day.
COMMERCIAL PRINTING.
Till* Coi.bmbian Pmhtiko Kstaiilishmbst Iras firsUlasa fncililios for
all kinds of Oommeroiul Printing. Bill Heads. Letter Heads, Circulars,
f-mlfiifrim^Wlr Hlml' FflMM-flt-awiry-ilaaoiiiBtimi. Posters, Dsdgert,
Price Liltt, Ac Prices will Ibe found as low aa at any other oflice when
first-clan .work is done;

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