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VOLUME 2
NEW WESTMINSTER R 0., FRIDAJ fc'V'&nNG., MAY 6, 1887.
orHCE HOCEa-10 a, m. to U noon;
te I; and (iM to I p. m. dnoloto
T_l.«CH,*K,».A.,_feD!kOf«.
OFFICE: MoKensle Rtreet, next door to
Drill Bh _J.
MSIDKNOBl Aines Street, third houso
Inm Mary Btreet.
OFTIOB HOtntSi 10 to Ui _ to Ii nai to 8.
'   d-del8te    ■
ST M. COOPS*, B. A.-M.D.,
t_-,__. __,Hew Westminster, B.O.
■iMtmtm HOtjT_WioI.a,__i Upland
"^ tmtoSp.ni. Calls ln loira and conn-
, t-THa-m-alrtadadto.     .-■_-__>,_
n*MMtl» A _et»U,
BABRWTKB8,
, SOLICITORS, ETO
«i^.*iK5_%.rt'^K",w!^-^r'
Sow Westminster, & C.
nr  BOKMAB NU,
™'   WkMkSX&.-S.Vs.
- .
r_md_4.nl. Money to Loan,
Columbia Btreet,
Htto Sew Westminster, B.O.
G.
ARCHITECT
At A. J. Hill-
dwttWe
U-Vj.n.1,. RL
McKensleSt.
r, ». ..LOW,
ARCHITECT.
ptrr. .miiM-Mi
d-delle • Mear Orescent, rT/iWII o
 ,—:—ft	
m -.WMI*.
AOOTIONMR AH D APPRAISER,
oolaaskla *•*<..... Wwr W-loihiitn
eommlesmu will reooive prompt
lest lid OeM collector.
Robber Gooda.
IITH.I (NMI I«»lvf»M*»^i.ua^«_lri:citom,r, fer at once.
Af.nl U, tke TBAVILIB'I HI aad
OWK-Ri-Wrrls Street, Hew Westminster, 'olio
nMAli ■■*atb BBokaai,
•_BIT.F-M.ntV.llMt.rei
Aad lasmsa.-. Af.»«.,
Ofl-M at VICTORIA: Fort Street,
BUILDING WTS.fersale In all sections
ei Vancouver and If ew Westminster Oily.
__,_L^___^_.i..b____._lV__r__lSji'
i-ftmroriiatMR rarniinea at ail onrooieea.
NOTtC-1
.. _al*fla_M> on _>• sooiL
an Island on th. Met side of Pitt River,
Bama^****-**--*'
District, vlsi sections
mm^iAWAjCO.Vtd.
miOwitersiOtliers
Jfc rf_,
lat manulaolurers tn Canada.
prepared lo rarnl.h price, .nd roll
liens! .li kln/lsof machlnerytor
rB.lt.lns,      Aim and BdM Tools
bHardware,...   ,-.
ttrari ____,',_!'
bHardware, .
OssMaohl—
PMSEi & Leonard,  CreaWI^
mmmSSi :__A____"Ef E L'8
f"_r-_.2^__SC___.,^*l*tJll_Btj'^o.P.».Wii*
WUABF STBBET • VKITOIIA.
. JLO-BW-B   TOS
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Oo. ror Mainland.
H.C. BEETON4 00m
Ht Pbsbury Circus,
London, E. 0.
Corner later £ Douglas Streets,
VICTORIA, B. C.
rt/UmCllOHMM,-*.
tHHI
FIRST
polntments, Prlees Mederale.
tsAp-
Thls magnificent Hotol Is now open tor
the reception of Quests,
MANUFACTURER OF*
tyftftfyH.
Blacksmith and Machinist
■   V"\
A_K___.'_f4_Ii_V_^H'|
Safn, Mewing Machines, *c, to.,
Repaired.
BLACKSMITHINC
In ail Its branches. Farmers'. Loggers',
Mill and Contn-ot Work; Agltoulloral
■ ' Tin the
Her.
.laving scoured firit-oiass workmen, we
foci oonddont of giving satisfaction,
sar Horse-shoeing a specialty.
dw-JlySlto]   Colombia St., New Wm.
___________  ______
For I Will Speak.
■ry*»,..)(,   (    .  .      , .     .. w -      ■•       ■
Whereas on certain boughs and sprays
Now divers birds are heard to sine;.
And sundry flowera tbelr heads upraise,
Hall to tbe coming on of spring.
BOOTS and SHOES
Just received from the East, and which
are open to the Inspection of the Public.
We have also on hand a stock of
Also, on hand: Baa Tea Polish, Bay dl
Mania Bbuklaa, Freack Breasiai, Ra
in a Boot and Shoo Stojfe.
GEO. H. BRANT & CO.,
ColumblaSt. NewWestminster,
ic^"tf^^fvfo.wW
IHE LEAIIM
ESTABLISHMENT
—or tiii—-
:w_m»%. c.
Celeilil Hotel Block, Columbia Bl.
It
HOUSE MAKES ANNUALLY
-__- .-jree. reduction In prices to make
room for the largest and best assortment
of Boots and -hoes ever Imported Into
this country, from the principal Housee
_. j,...  m—. n—• BrihUu, the
pomlnlon,
500 LINES KEPT ON HAND.
CALL AND SEE MY STOOK BE-
iJUMM^B
00U Md MOM, from Mo upwards.
fell A Bilker Goods * __■•____•
of all kinds.
(I Hies of Udlei', Wiiei' * Cklld-
Mtatal *tel Meek, CelanMa It.
—00 TO—
. WllAar.
GOME AND 8EEI
W. H. HOLOIN.
AVISO TAKEN   P088K-SION OF
... ..-—     ... fronting
ippuflite
kr	
TJAVINO TAKEN   P08_K-*lt
XI tbe "Tsmneranoo Houn,"fi
oiicolumblaand Ohurch RtreetH.o!
the Episcopal Churoh, and now known'
fcatb.
1ARMERS'HOMEI
Will aooommodate tha traveling publio
at the following rates.
' Board per day. «....mm_.,«....H....--.tl 00
Single Hew
_T!
.5 00
95
Single
Beds...
MLGood accommodation for Ladiea and
familiea, myHo
Flowera for sale
a
-_..*_._l_V«8'T*K?M	
Landbom's Building. Frost 81.
(Formerly occupied by Kyle A Tlllon),
IS  NOW RE ADV
to serve his customers and everybody
with as good a stook as a man wants to
•elect from.
Crockery, CtlutwareVBoeU, Ae,
Come and aee the new plaoe, and let ns
know what you thtek of It
dwooisio c, Mcdonough.
CHARLES MURRAY,
CLARKSON STRSET,
0pp. legl-try Mee, Hew Weit'r.
Inhi S(n ud OnuonUl hintia;,
MPI« HAKOIHO, OUZIKO, WUSOMIHING, &0.
wallTaper.
..The largest assortment of Wall Paper
ln the Oity. comprising newest patterns,
alwaya on hand, nt bottom prices. Sam-
Slea on view at T. R. Pearson A Co.'s
tore, Columbia St,   Paper tanging at
specially low rates.    . dseljnc
E. HUTCHERSON,
NBRSERYMAN A DEALER IN
Frutt nd Ornamental Trees,
LAONM-* LANDINO, B.O.
mBE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN-
. form the people of British Columbia
et b. hu esSbfished a Nvsery at Lad.
J.  I
(tat
tun
-iel_ Landing, and ls prepared to Oil
.11 orders for Prnlt Trees, oraaruental
itwe^hmbiieriuyines, Small Fruits,
Ac. Trees Imp-rtod or homo grown according to the wishes of customers. The
subscriber haa. had a thorough practical
training In the builness, ana having a
permanent stake In the country It Isujs
Interest to deal fairly with tbe public He
will-wait upon the various towns aad set*
Momenta shortly, and all ardor, will bave
New Westminster
THE ABOVE WORKS  HAVE BEEN
opened In tho Building formerly occupied by Morgan the Barber,
Oie Boor Wert of Dleklmon'i Bot-
'       «ie. Slop.
Call and Inspeet onr work and obtain
prices.
Wear, the only practloal Marble Cat-
tors on the Mainland.
Always tn stock, a good assortment of
MONUMENTS,
' HEADSTONES,
MANTLES, Etc
} RUDGE & MONCK.
[Now West., AprU 18, IW?.      . dwaplsic
ESTABLISHED 1850.
ROBT. DICKINSON
fctlTCHER,
He»rly Opposite tke Coloilil Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THK
IjAROEST and choicest
aasortmsct of all dsecriptton. of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fam.
Hies, BesUunnti, tnd StoimboaU at the
, Kl._...'. V
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRIOES.
■fcTOTIOB.
1 ■■■-^■» —
fa Ike aalter ef ike cial. -f g_rM
WefcUleefin_r»«_iaa,i_M_se_,
ALL  PERSON  INDEBTED TO THE
Estatoof tho Into Ilnvld Wells, must
pay the amount of sueh Indsbtness to me
at Now Westminster, II. C, forthwith.
And all-persons having claims against
tli. self a-lci. niu.1 ..nil tb" Mm. in,
dulrpmve-,onnrl*_>routh June noil.
Dated this IMh April, A. D., 189T.
E.A. JKNNH,
aplddm-wl Admlnlstmtor.
.■XflTJMHt-OSwT
NOTIOE.
WK HAVE APPLIED TO THE HON.
the Minister of tho Interior .fort
iw..^i^fa%_y,fe
ated in New\fostmlnster Dlslrlcli
Commencing at a slake on the south
altle o' l>.Bock creek, on the wesl eld. snJ
.boat three mil., sonih from tu. hsewl ol
Pitt Lak.i thenoo west along the bank of
Sid oreek ti chnins; theuce south 40
alns, thenoe east 90 chains, thence
north to ohalns to point of commencement; containing abont RO acres, more or
l!l"'BRtJNr--TB SAWMILL CO., LD., '
W.N. Draper, Beorstary.
Ma/_,1II7. dmyllml
Absolutely Pure.
purlty.elrenjtthnndwholofit.ineneii'.. Hore
economical than the ordluttry kiodi,and
cannot be Hold In compp lilon with tbe
multitude of low tern, short, weight
or phosphate powdera. Bold only lu
Boyal Baking Powdkk Co., 106 Wh
alum
_     cane,
Willi St,,
8fely
Safe for Sale:   ■
k NO. 10 TAYLOR'S SAFE', in good
A .order; 21x20 Inches Inside; will fa.
sold cheep. Apply at this oBc. dwfelfc
Shares for Sale.
100	
H. It DcBRCK, Manager, i
New West., Mar, Ulh, 1887i       dmhioto
SHARES IN THE' BRUNETTE
Sawmill Co., Unilted.
Land1 for Sale!
1 4 A ACRES PIRST-CI.ABB PRAIRII
14U London Lulu Itlond, North Ana.
Fraser River, For particulars apply at
this offlce. dmnlOtc
FOR   SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN tho LANG-
loySaw and Planing Mill: mill In
good order. For pnrttotllft!-Apply on the
premises to _ H. WEST, I
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JACKSON,
aplSto A HELMCKBN, Victoria.
FOR SALE.
ACRES OF GOOD FARMING
_ _ , Lands In the Dlslrlet of New
esttrilnoter. Wlllbe nld In Lots to suit
purchasers. Terms Easy.
•;n i A1 Apply to
dwip9lml
ANDREW LEAMY.
---KensleMiMl
Farm for Sale.
C«)N8isTiNa or two iara of iss
and 160 acres (which will be sold to*
guther or separately)!'8 miles from New
Westminster; Antalass land; abont 26
acres fdykad; balance Prairie and Bush}
wUlbeioldntabanalB.
Applyto A Ol MAJOR,
dwmnNe ;.. Kew Weitmlnster,
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
A FARM CONTAINING 346 ACRE8-
A portly Improved. Situated ota the
North Arm, Fraser Rirer, about tf miles
from New Westminster nnd about 8 miles
from Vanoouver. For particulars, apply
to JAMES MILLER. Sea Island. North
Arm, or to JOHN BPROTf, Immigration
Agont, New Westminster.      dwapSSml
ForSale!
1 SPAN DARK RAY. MARES, I and 6
1 years old; good travellers; wo» single
ordouble.        ...;>.i>>,   |
double;nice ladles' or gents' Saddle honio;
very gentle.
I t-welr-d BanyM ....        .
5 Ions of Tlna-ll*. Bay on North Arm,
I Bnggyi 4 springs; nearly new,
Frasor river.
»bbl.._-lt_al-au. (ksir.bbU. gall
-alnen Bellies. . ii
Also-aae ant .ao-al>lk Ulere.1 la
Clip Water ixsapaay. > >
,    . Vf. 1. FRENOH.
New Wesl., Nov. llth, 18m.      dwnnUte
Por;-Sale|
700 ASSORTED WUT TBBB8
FROM THE JEWELL NURSERY CO.,
Minn., consisting of
ni1*"*!
Irialer Apples,
Alsb-n nlee lu-orliae^ot Carnaland
■aspnrrry Ruskes, -rape Vines, tu.
Will iii'wiUUsawholeiorlnloUtoiult,
and on very reasonable terms.
JAMES WISE,
inhMwtldto , Frontgtree>t
NOTICE.
noil THAT I
lotion to the
I HEREBY   GIVE  )
I    Intend making nl  _	
tMilef Cumin issloner of Lands and Works
for permission to purchase two unsurveyed Inlands In the Houth arm of Frasor
River, lying to the nouth of Lot HS, Group
I, nnd containing 100 acres, more or less.,
>■■' STEPHEN IHNCHL1FFE. '
dmyJi-l
May a, uiff.
Wood and Goal.
THR SUBSCRIBER HAS ON RAMI) A
large quantity of
REST \V__LU\6T0\ LUMP COAL
Ami an aHiortraent ot
CORD WOOD,
Which he will, sell at low-it rale.. He
will also promptly attend to all kinds of
TB
Orders left at Mr. McColl's store on Columbia street, or at my house, Douglao
stroet, will meet with prompt attention.
HENRY ELLIOTT.
New Westminster B. C. JlylOto
■.   >if.> ■:■■   ,    ?       ■ •
iaiil*.) -jpriHsh Columbian
-Hday Ivealag, Hey fc' MW.
Mr. Wiman, in bis speech at tlie
Canadian Olub in New York, latt
Wednesday, enteml a strong plea
for reciprocity. The Toronto .t*nu-
bctunsn hav. dactaral agaimt it,
Canada, stretoliiiig across the continent in u narrow belt of northern
latitude, has ol«arljr tuacti to gain hy
tne commercial intercourse with its
touthein neighbor, let ut try to
imagine how strenuous would be the
opposition of New England to any
proposal whereby tht rest of the
union tlireatened it with smaration,
Cut off from interstate trad.Mstu-
cliusette and her sist-i- would be
poor indeed. Exactly what the
New England states would fear
Canada now suffers, Trade, if left
to ill natural channels in North
■Amerios, would move northward
and southward across the Canadian
frontier. Because it. suited a special
class of our people to impose a protective tariff on the country, and
because that class, by virtue of its
organization and wealth, is unduly
powerful, tbe groat mast of Canadian farmers and other taxed consumers are silenoed and are blocked
in their quest for customers where
nature placed them. — Montreal
Witness.
'■. If Canada and the United State*
do not enter into a commercial
union as the outcome of the fishery
dispute it will not be the fault of
Mr. Erastut Wiman. Hr. Wiman
thinks that the time is opportune,
saying that if the farmen of thit
country exerted themselves they
would obtain within a year all the
advantages of an open market with
sixty millions of people, all the advantages of contiguity, of excellent
means of communication; of extreme
prosperity among liberal buyers,
without the payment of duty, without the sacrifice of a tingle political
principle, while Oannda woiftj still
remain a British colony aiid work
out in her own way the problem of
self-govornmeub Mr. Wiman hat
painted a most attractive picture,
but behind it, in the minds of mott
people, it Uiest-.tt_.-t annexation.
Before the people of Canada will
enter into a commercial union with
the people of the American republic
they must be reassured that they
are not taking a step which they
cannot retrace if they find it leading them in the direction which
they are not disposed to go. Can-
ad. has a national debt of a hundred and twenty-five millions cf
dollars and the yearly necessities of
government call for a large revenue.
If the customs houses be abolished
where it thit yearly revenue to come
fromt It cannot well be raited by
clapping the taxes on English goods,
and surely no one will go to fsr as
to suggest a retort to direot taxation.—Toronto TUtgram.
Ust week an expreu tnin upon
the New York Central Railroad, at
two o'clook in the morning, nn into
a land-slide near St Johns ville, in
the Mohawk Valley. The locomotive was detached, and rolled down
thi embankment into the river, bot
the ean kept the track, and the
passengen were unhurt. Ilie train
from the other direction was due
about the same time, and at the engineer, Edward Kennah, went down
with hit locomotive, he cried out,
"Flag tlio train, boys!" and wat in-
ttahtly killed. This wat one of the
inrad-ots whioh are constantly occurring, and wliich illustrate tbo
noblest character and heroism. There
it nothing finer in the anecdotes of
famous heroes than the composure
and caro for othen in the moment
of certain death whioh are ao frequently shown by railroad employes.
They are the perpetual assurance of
tha survival pf the best qualities of
human nature nnder new and less
romantic formers. The old legends
ot Ourtius leaping into the gulf, of
Leonidai at Thermopyla., of Arnold
Von Winkelried, are stories ot patriotic devotion. But 'he bravery is
no truer, the superiority to circum-
etanoet is no more ennobling, than
In the case of Edward Kennah, the
engineer at St. Johnsville. The
Brotherhood of loconotiv* Engineers, by its sturdy hardihood, intelligence, and sound judgment, stands
in the front of labor organisations
in this country, and with every instance of such conduot at Kennah's,
public respect for it is oonfirmed.—
Harpers WitUy.
Hr. W. R. -aster, Bailiff, «... Belleville, writssi "I find Dr. Thomas1 lolee-
trieOU the best medicine I have ev_r
used in my stable. I have ussd It for
bruises, soratobes, wind puds sad puts,
aud .van cats It gave tb. best satisfaction. W. used It u a household reawiy
for colds, Bums, tc., and it is a perfect
panaoM. It win num. worts by paring thsm down and spplyiag It Moealoa*
;! >■).
il    isi>_*_,., ■■ ■ '1 6 '
I IH Pig
>*ft_____tf_*<-i
"jaaafes*
wm.
Tke Totol li low Hl-t-l Wkltea**.
.,  jM ft—
it miu m* snmsa.
Rpoclal to the Columbian. *
N_x_mo, April ft—Wie greatest
grief provalls throughout the city,
About 170 men wee. killed In tha
mine. Of these Uf,.am white, the
net Ohinese. FurlT*_ve budi^s have
beentiviwirt* ta4#U_n "S-ff'«*m
killedby the fatal fin-damp. Alt had
made desperate efforts to escape and
wen found lying on their faces with
coals over their heads to keep off tb.
fltmes. Many were a long way from
their stations. The bodies whieh
bar. not been recovered will probably
be burned beyond recognition and
only be known by tht plaoeafo.nl in.
The fire Is almost under control now,
and if all goes well will soon be extinguished. Forty-seven . widows' an
left, and a large number of children
are fatherless. Assistance is urmntly
needed, snd it is hoped those more
happily situated will open thnt
hearts and give of their abundance to
the pocr, suffering, bereaved people
who an left destitute ih -htA city;. > >; j,
OKB XORl BODY RSCOVIRKB.    '
Nakaimo, May 0, 4 p. m.-One
more body hit been brought up, named
Andrew Hunter, mule driver from
No. 1 level. Six other bodies wope
seenthere. Scott, of Wellington, hat
been carried out, end is. doing w.U.
Samuel Hud.un wss buried al 3 p. m.,
Rev Mr Good, the Oddfellows and the
Masons performing the oeremonies.
There is no hope of saving any more.
ttrnmm
ss ivsi.t
:sJs ... ttamm ets'tw-w^ sit""
- Mosoo*,;lfcy».-_A'-.
rtoa___f_f the Jf-stmn
THE NEWS.
Gladstone  Lets  Htmwir be
Hear..' ,.
. (hi'fiwenl iTMts if tke Bay.
By Associated Frses. ■
ami Gianni uXMOHsnunoH.
Loxoox, Msy 5.-Ths Ttttyraph
describes a serious anti-German de*
mtmstration which took place in Paris
on Tuesday. Tht mob paraded lh.
stre.ts for houn, shouting " On to
B.rliu," " Down witl. Bifassk."
"Down with Germany," .to. b
front uf. the Butaian embaNftlt]*
shouted "Vive la Russia," ''Vive
L'alliance Russo-Freocais." Th. mob
thsn went for the Carman embassy
with hostile intent, but tht polioe interfered and restored order. The
popular Ming it very bitter. . ■■, ' |
iosun iiomocirT.
Toioito, May 6.—The Canadian
Manufacturers' Association to-dgy
adopted a resolitioa unanimously apposing any treaty bttwesn thit ooua*
try tnd the United Statu which would
admit Amerioan manufacture! into
Oantds free of duly,   . .''.
TBI PiK-tlt, lcttse. , '
Lohook, May t,—The Ftroebitet
will hold . conference to-morrow to
ooosider tht Dilluu-TMwaalbir. Gladstone spent a large part of the evening
aearohing for precMenla for the. Appointment of a s.lect ccn-rsllU. to
consider breaches nf privilege.
TBI 1TOBAN MOKDiar.
Sr.   ParaisBoao, Hay   5.—It is
temi-ofiaially denied that negotiatii
betmen the English and   Rm
commissions on th. Atghsn bouni   .
Suettion hsve failed,   The commis-
on held its fint formsl joint muting
to-dsy. .       ''
' ixraLUom hus-icw.
Biruk, May 5.—Manr prominent
men have been eiptUed from Alsaoe*
Lorrtins, and excitemtnl it incnawug.
rixr*H_(i ng rotsisiunas.
Biailii, May 6.—Tho t'olojne Od-
sells announce, that work on the nsw
fortifications at Mats is being putk-d
forward npidly. Oas*ments are being
strength-lied to eusbl. them to withstand nsw upkaivM.
nun rsssadi ormiinD.
Sar Foaxcisco, May,,-.—John D.
Snteckelt hts cabltd the delegatn
of thi Austnlisn oolonic how sitting
in London at tht cokwial, ooaftreoee,
offering to transport the* ftae fre*
London to their homes, S* will
penoiwlly bear their rsilroad expanMS
in ibis country, and tend Ihm to
Aust.tllson his stesmen. This action is !a_en by Mr. Sprockets owing
to the inability of the railroads to ev-
tend sny courtesies to ttavalan be*
cause of the interstate law, Thg del
egales hav. beta off«red hi* transportation over the CsnaiUen **$*
line, but Mr. Sprat-els hupet Mt Bote
generous offer will be aooept.d and
that It will be the meant of maintaining Md strengthening the pfwMnt
igrteable oommtnlal reHUoM kith
Alttnlit.
TBI IMH AHD TII KHOBTS.
Niw Yoax, May 5.-|na urorW
thit morning says: The following
cablt despatoh wu reoeived ■ Mm
Rom. by Archbishop Corrigan yetttr-
day: '*No decision hu been given in
the oue ot the Knights of Labor. It
is (els. thtt Pope Uo uid then I.
nothing worthy of censure ip Georgs't
hook." Th. signature gu apt ravMlcd
by offlciala at the palace. Thit cablegram oonOrras what wu said by Ordinal Tuoheresu aad already published lb the IForM. The pop.hu
wlthdnwn hit condemnation of the
Knights of Labor, but hu not approved of them.   Henry Okwrg. Hid
tntaedtoctaie
tkelalt-rbilm'
■ oomioinmm.'   ,
Loiraoir, m^ -.-i-i* tui -f-jtrtt
this allen.-n msmltettiU J'-Oa
OMlioaolkN-Mfilvileft'b «•
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0*\:s
■ST,l|_rh>
__^^.J, movedini''
oommlsston b.
ihtb the chali
ma-lagaiMtDiHinin ■'___
Monday.   He said ha did ilot.Mta*
toi_ggutthat.««lii
th.arttd.bar "
-*'to-__5_m
leader it ,t__
Turning to thee
lMutditww-U-1
mint propowd
agaiut the Irish m-a-hiti; ■■__.._-.
aiding upon the. Irish 'Mb,,kt
^ttfiW-tf WI!»W..*i!WW. moit
-.■■■■WF»m,ww,im .in**
_'°_M^ iff ^7* *•*_!
donald stated In parliament It
noon that' tht Canadian psi
would contribute an annual wStsV
•76,000 in aid of the PteWe l	
oiooadition that lb. I_pwk_lg.»-
ecMtcM wwald gaaM O00.0-. ■»
ally.   Tie _-^proioud;r-    "*
monthly oa. b*it*sa Vaaus
Hong Kong.   Thaaatwer ol;-_--.
periu government ht. not 'Tit' Mta
reoeived.    ■ '■ mt _SJ__
a: c__AW_n _*Tga*mT» -0-___fel
.    ■■ ttai-'i *--• "uuhiT-*™
Ottawa, May 5.-Muloek tu latin*
duosd a biU h p«ll_aba.l|Sbodyiag
somi_tfitheprovk.oa.ol tbe iaUf-.
tUl.o-mms.as bi__  Tb.-tsutria-
portent provition relates to i
nation In rates, and provides
railroad corapaay shall
carrying frei   '
greater raU
which the aba-tat iKstsiiii
topaymc*
of thue bdngno wmpeMtia tmmt
be Chaqrtd for throag^ fa__K
s ia propoMioB m-mtamm
re Mn.no umpaliM   '
Utwua point, served by iw» J
one rosd tnd when t
tion.   The bill forth.. r .,
unuted patungtr tldtets mw kr
deemed at any statfen.-ifc... __,
eompaay   hetweta  and ".M__u:
poi_U_-vnwdby_w-ckalJm-lTg-aa?
OtaSfuST
S-ti_.fdn_ _
rM6Bption of i ..
-e.nH_h___.a|Te*ti	
ellencoiMn^snate fltae _r|
opporlunitytooaerTOul the
*•******■■. „      .1
A ttrike et «s_-u_*rt «tttrht ___<
Fi_nciteo.     '•   trsosnys   tsai ti":'_.ni
Edgar
drummer, i
Hlpuo,
naid,a nagro barb_r. ^
»■.-.■_.**
Uw Gnat F-och _
BucV Pe-todl-il MttT1._	
cosupnaded from *. parast dugs, mt
from thot. w|y *lhleh are kat-^ '
up-tUCk^-Or-Mtnl
fall strtHth (st y,
' mJJit t'
& M*J___P_i*'i-St'4 •2P*?*''
N.w Westmlasterj T. McNeeley,
net's Landbg; H; McDowell Jt <*.,
couveri Phnl
Pbksrd, ~
*Co„ C
Cowiohani
Vancounr
Mill Oo., '
Drag (Jo., VasnooTsn .. Bit
S.^__5tr,^"'
wholesale agestt,
 ---t±-'Wm «__■
Warn Baosu Moa*rta__a>-*-WM-a'
BrasNisto
and hu torn. :
fSSfeaaKTbo'
tuaq_a
wbO-rtrtokhglH
tad strlM.   Aw*    .
«WnSS__,vrSi,,^! ^*
lnd«anlte period-It
•tnKtiMe.   WMt.     ..
cor___v._-dtac__i-gilM4_.
t*:jn-mtflMsifai$m.
and superior to —	
whioh throws t
mMH art cast
ban to it.   A«-sltltVo» IMMIj
htm, mm bran.till "~
•ittinMe. Wowr-o-i-sij-ttail
HiB•II|IMI,'*JpN imtmtf^s
"jn"** ^wWf itf ily
minrter,»;if'
IfonatRSuH iL
ether     to      list r.iilf no sJtmJf_mu»u
i.]«ihl !l meH  .itt bn* $ml \b
WQjnw
,sfiu,b(?|UiMs-
. -I*-* ii
IflWl*
i't.SJS .'] a a a _.tc
fritwh fiolttmbian
In-IhT yeal-JJ
fint discovered in the north Pacifio,
and the product of the fint year's
fitting, m tl tons ot fish brought
*» *W«NlBilWlir» market   The
i -f,th__,ii__-__-y may be
taken u atfn__l-»l>-t'whatmay
mult from the explorations that
kin. bntt--dartgken by the Ckna-
#n gwarnment tb looMe the banks
«l< Hack ood and other deep sea fish
g.-^U ,__t on th_ north-west
rf Britiih Columbia. But if
(|V otoifc^wn coast prove to
i plentiful as the indications
lead one to expect, we may look for
even larger results than have been
..ohiered by the oodgihen of San
ItoU-tiM.Ihe *thtnes frequented
b) Shut nm are a long way from
Sin _■!■_-__*_ ■ Tbe aearett hanks
are Wf the Ohoumagin Itlandt, dis*
tant"JJ»0 milu, and the most re*
W *,«W-Sule_ | Theu fiihenet ire
Mry-alteaaiva, itretoking over a
dhtlMtof 1,800 toilet. But their
""" ale, and the perils and hard-
'. h-cident to a region lying to
Wirth dtter many fiom embark
j in the venturesom. undertaking.
>i.Md hanktof Britiih Columbia
are lut Hum 1,000 milu from the
tan-Ms at the 0. P. R, and both
tkr-tef ind 'tite flsk are infinitely
Tmii ■____ t_e 8-n 'ft-noisco men
-i^Ueontend with. Betides, the
Mgqk odd W pWoly no rival on
tjiyk cout. It it-one of tbe very
but bt food fitkee, add: will, there-
fcte, ttt* the high-it price in the
uarket. Ite fithermen who operate
fromSan JVancisoo are able to make
only one trip each year, on account
of the great diitance And the lever
itf "«('__• wintert on the Siberian
asm; hnl in the deep tea fitheriei
ol IWtiih Columbia thete it nothing
tokindlr two trips s. J__r. The de-
i-kfrnmi ts4 our deep ua flth-riet
il"-" matter ot vttf great import-
«_» to the oountry. If expecta-
tioot tiith respect to their value and
extent are realized, they will add
(j.-to the wealth and population
ruovrow ot Britith Oolumbia.
nounced the whole thing a malicious
forgery. It was believed that Parnell wonld bring the Times into
thii matter abd there
lBcaMiliimtilf, but thu has not
doi \ But Mr. Pan»U_ fail
ureSo £»$bte is not (siic|piv-.<
WidenceoThis guilt "Theremay
be sufficient reasons why the matter should not go into court. It
may. be thought best tbat it should
be investigated by a committee of
the house instead. However the
TT-Jide, *e hbj_.it «il-6.
_nd .that Parnell wiU * be
declared innoceht or guilty.
If innocent, tho letter will produce
a inaction in his favor: if guilty, it
will doimmense damage to liis cause.
■ ■ -i-miHTl _# "
Mr. Alex. Robinson, ol Kxotcr, in
writing tbout on ol tho most popular
trticlH.a_id.ono tbat has dono more
good to the afficteil than any other medicine has during tho short time it hu
been in existence, says; "I have used
four bottles of Northrop k Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure,
and have been cured of Dyspepsia that
troubled me for ten ysars. Fart of tbat
I had it veryibad, and was at considerable expense trying to get relief; but this
excellent remedy was the first and only
relief I received.
NOTICE.
...i..i*_W-f
i-HhtruiPoHej.
ther! it no little anxiety at to
the mult ot the debate now going;
on ia tke Britiih parliament ret-
pMh-j*. policy that thall be pur-
a_e_ bjitatds Inland. The polioy
of *e_»y party it immediate oo-
<_TJl_n, with the promise Of reme-
ditl wmmim. by whioh' .the Taring
to mitigate or remove the
againit whioh tke Iriih
iit ______  i _  er,.!. a, __ E_a_i_____si ,i
' -M-Bg.     BH sjiiauinwiiion
""  ' ' irlthqnt region, that no
i, _w be mode with a people
, lie ilk optn and active hottility.
toMwy mutt Uy aiide that hot-
f, tad tl_n the goVtrnroentwill
da*.«ka» il oan to redrtu their
__♦,-_■__*-_--- lnnd, it
» the Irish, As well at to
>'em,ffl> svmmm*
........ftWKil: a meature of
I.adefnata to theexigenciu of
■at,   TheP_ra-Uitet,wbo may
fairly be .Mum M, iqmuutttivet of
thi _i__-?4«j_-, _er___d heme rule,
Md htn ____M______l_r affirmed that do
annul* that comet short of this
-ill) *» goapted nnder any oircnm
,.J Mr. Gliditone, who hat
kaprattitaloouretot
thit question during
lit three yean, declares that
. .,, t:i*W.Id- Ireland it both neoes-,
Mp .tpd' jatt, aail bt it, tkerefore,
" ly in aoooH. with the Par-
T_»l_ieiirt«*pr(ipo«edby
Mone, and pronoinced sat
i iy Mr. Parnell, U.already
 mt,nti sh-hssgh It it Men
aaab-im u ou wiuld like to tee
a_md.-_i ia .e.eral particulars, it i.
onitkankett, perhaps, the best tolu-
■"(* tta-ttag t.iU that oan be
rt**i' It il -fged againit co-
'J^i^,M>ke«.ndition
If/ ia Ireland at the present
»<•>>__• wone than it it in
li dt, the United King-
TtbM, there ii
I than in Ire-
l ooermon
y-'ln-MMe the bitter
• «k»wt-Btll_igm-
fSkvmm J»-itfcj»M_H_-ii-ij--t
M» dtlBfl-H Ihu attantion _t par-
)-m-mt"*HA m_ _, nroved that
JWIIM
ton tlmt, the
aaHraUow
Brighouse Estate.
A LL PARTIES ARE HEREBY CAU-
A tloned against purchasing of Sam'l
mgbouse or executing mortgages on any
portion of tbe above estate without the
unction of Mamiella Brighouse, his wife,
or ber solicitors.
MANDELLA BRIGHOUSE.
KINDERGARTEN
mHE BISTERS OF ST. ANN WISH
X to inform the,Public that they will
open a Kindergarten at their Convent bn
MH flrd, 1887.
Children of both sexes, from two to seven years old, admitted. For further par*
Uoulare, apply at We Convent
i New wetuttlnaterj May 2,1887. dmy_.wl
Estate of Kelly Bros.
TAKE  NOTICE.
A LL PERSONS INDEBTED TOTHE
A eibovm Eatate are notified that Mr.
Henry V. Ed_no»dn li nlono authorized
bytut to reeetve payment thereof nnd to
give receipts for aame.
8. J. PITTS,
F. Q. SIMPSON,
■-"    JNOv WILSON,
Aiilguees of Estate of Kelly Bros,
dmtSSto
NOTIOE.
JITTINQS OF THI
* of Cariboo win
COUNTY COURT
held—
_       -RERY mVEN THAT
 iy» alter date I mend to apply
Chief CommiHslonerxflf Lands and
> to pushaao 480 ncres of land situate
__ada ijfiind, Now WMtmlnster Dis-
rlet,*nd deecrlbed ns follAJTs:
Conimendng at tbe N. 3B, corner of tho
_-. E. % ot Sec. 0; thence North 40 chains:
thence West 80 ehulns; thenco South 80
chains: thence East 40 chains; thence
North 40 chains; thence East 40 ohalnB, to
point of commencement.
H. D. HELMOKEN.
Viotoria, B. C, April 22,1887,     dap25m3
NOTICE.
m
to the C
"nlai
leas]
istm!.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
10 days after date I Intend to apolv
Chief Commissioner of Lands
Burobasu 4S0 acres of land [ii
mate on Texada Island, New
Works to purohast; 480 acrea of land [more
or tessj situate on Texada Island, New
Westminster District, and described ns
fallows!
Commencing nt the N.W. corner of N.E,
Mof Seo. (K thence South 80 ohalns; thenoe
ust G chains to shore Hue; thence following, meandering of shore line In a northwesterly direction, 180 chains [more or
less]; thence EaBt83chalns [more or less|
to point of commencement
M.W.TYRWHITT DRAKE.
Victoria, B. C, April 22,1877.     dap_Sm2
NOTICE.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT 60
jji days after date I Intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works to purchase 480 acres of land on
Texada Island, New Westminster District,
described as follows:
Commencing at the S, E, corner of S.W.
Mof Sec. Sj thence East 40 chains; thence
South 80 chains: thenoe West to shore
line; thonee. following meandering of
shore line ln a north-westerly direction to
S. B. corner ot Sec. 4; thenco North 10
chains [moro or less]; thence East 40
ehains to point of co a mencement.
JAMES LUMBERT SMITH.
Victoria, B.C., April 22, 1887,     dap25m2
Administrator's Sale!
1TOTICE
Se Estate SNA T SRANTON, Deceased
■Intestate,
BALED TENDERS for the purchase
' of Lot IS, Blook Seven, suburban lands
_. the City of New Westminster, will be
received by the nndei-lgned up to the
anil day of May, 18m. The highest or any
tonder not necessarily accepted, - ' ''"
Dated iSInd Apill,U_f.
E. A. JENNB,
dapS2mt Admlnlslrator.
QUA
8'Sic
THE   STEAMER
tt
GLADYS"
UNTIL   FURTHER   NOTICE   WILL
loavo Wlso's Wlpirf, for
Ohllllwhaek and Way Placet
 ON	
TUESDAYS <_. FRIDAYS
A17.A.M.,
Returning the following days.
For freight, __, apply on board or to
W. MATHERS,
dmh.ltc
On tlie Wharf.
At Olinton, Friday, Uth Hay, 1887.
At Lillooet, Wednesday, lllh May, 1887.
At 1(0*Mile House, Tuesday, 281h June,
1187
At Soda Creek, Thursdny, Wh^uneu1 r ,^_c. Whole^ileipdRetail
IBB7. *• ' *1.      _fc* .'
AtQnesnellemouth, Mondny, 4th July,
At Rlohdeld, Baturdoy, 9th Jnly, 1887.
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
.w   .   . ..     .    Prox!1""*! Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Offlce,
llth April, 1887. dapattd
irthdav!
TOE8DAY, WAY M, 1887.
ifl_!._J_]
.   _-H-.,h-«r-
■i-tar ol gmt
to bt (dnitt-d bjr;
 .... ....^
It too elrc-_f b___. him
-*^*mmteemki 'a'
<t.-*m,*rd™  „
tt* lane tl, wob:
IMsrerU-rt I
 .mh&it
    i«__tol-lt-r,-«oiifi_-
tf l«__*Md Mr. RnnUliMp-o
). Lyal,
I, 15.8.
—- A
■     miiimi«, r. B. TO
NORTH BEND * RETURN
Under tbe Auspl.es of the Y.M.C.A.
BETWEEN HOPE AND NORTH BEND
Is some of the most magnificent si
ery along the whole line of railway,
eluding the, far-famed canyons of the
Fraser Rirer.
Train will leave Westminster nl 8 o'olock
In the morning, returning at V:30 In the
•a
W
OtH*. Oimpbei. ACo., Z.S. Hail, 15.
Curtli A Ca, A. M. Herring, Geo. Grant
Co., and W. R Austin.
N. B.-Tr»ln stopi at all way stations between ben and Yale. dwapMd
~ ANTED
PtntCHASER» FOR
Varlie 4 Stttlomn Engine*, loll.
en, Ps_ips, Inspirators, In-
lectori, etc.,
Steam Flttem',Gas Fitters' and Plumbers'
Brass and Iron Oootts.nll klmls nr nin.
lag slar_-a--y, Air bomp__c»om. Ins*
orsoll Rock Drills, Hoisting Machinery,
Drill Steel, Machinery Steel, Pick.
Shovels, Iron * steel Wire Hope, Rub-
Railway A Contractors* General Mnp.
Mta. Seiner*, Can, Angle and
Bar Iron ami Steel, Crow-bars, Portland
Cement. Roofing- Paper. Building
Paper, Fire-proof Roofing Cement, etc.,
Iron A W-Ml<wo-kla_ Nai-hl_«r..
Shafting, Pnlley*, Chucks, Lathe*, I'lun-
em, Leather Belting, Tin.' Plate and
Corrugated Iron Elbows, Axe, Pick,
Fork and Hammer Handles, Best
White Oak 6-gal., 10-gal., IJ-gal., g9-gal.
ft^Sffv1_rWctt««
Oo.*s Flsh Bait («0 kinds), one new
{r•r•x•Fn■!c•ss_•?}c^5-v:,,',l'
Itochanleal Draoghuman A Contractor.
tr Plans and Spe.lllMtlon. for Boats,
Bulldlagt. Msebln.ry, e_\. carefully ere-
Nsw Westminster, & C, Jan. a,'87.
 twhanr, 	
Vletorla..,
Nanaimo
Ik* _rli| tke Mm nt PIMM of
Cewtt of Auiie, HM l rim, ud
•Ter »i*Ter_jlMr,f»r(ke
Te»r INI. •/
SPRIN_'A--SI2ES.
[Oi.-unvlr lslais*]
........konday. ......Mth May.
 .Tnse«ay...',...:i...7th June.
ro»__.lie_e»_r/
' AyJm, May.
...'.' 8th Jone.
.......UtbJuno.
FAtt A8*M_.
t*_'«rf__llM.
iitmiSXerJ
I, Oa TaaaewTer ^atasUI 1".'j.. j '"j
\dk*W&B1mW&
._{Odfr
ion-ay .10th Oct.
jrednesday...eth Nov.'
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
DRUQQISTSI
Kew Westmlnnier, V, 0.
dwmhiotc
EAOI_'I0
New I e-tminster, B, C.
REID & CURRIE
MMN.A0TN.M* WrW-tlO*
Farm Wagons,
Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons,
Carriages,
Top iflggies, .,
Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
■.;\',T,,;;;B!*^_^9a:_^_i,
Dog Carts. '.->
■;■  VxmpO^ftn,
Drays, Stages,
AND, EVERVTHI-Tfl 1_N:'''____ :
VEBii-tE Une. ;':;."
Second-hand fltaces ll KiprMI Wig*
OBI for sale cheap.
Bepalrln-r, Pilntlng A Trtamlng
done at reaaomtlile prices,
BLACKSMITHINC
In all its Branches.   Estimates given on
Ironwork and Celntracts token.
Il-til--.li-eltlir ana (Jencral"
Jftftbln*.
We alsb keep ln stack to supply the
trade, Iron, Steel, Chains, Cumberland
Coal, Horse and Ox Shoes,' Harrows,
Iron and Stool Harrow Tooth, Carriage
Springs snd Alias, and a complete stook
orp^*__f.:*p»»S«-*»...'
A lot olflrst-oloss Plovgklli Etr-
roWlonhand.
__*W. M._'Mt the bust workmen te be
'aeoooatry, and wo Import noarljr
mkwpujef!
time ago. All material and wi»k Isariap
tea^teBW8a,ws_»
promptly attended to.
dwapllte MID * OURRII
HACK FOR HIRE.
THE ONDE1BIONED has established
himself in the City ot New Westminster with a FIST-CLASS
COVERED CARRIAGE,
WMeb is epen for Eagagemeats at
very saederate Ckuufes.
Orders left atthe Colonial Hotel or sent
{iy. telephone, will be promptly attended
odayor night. Stable nextH.Elliott's
-ja., -.»-»..._    . JOH..OATI-B..
Telephone No. S_ mylto
-l-*tiD_BT____:
.try, and we Import nearly
..^   ■.. isis'P'kVi'v^v'Vfi
qnentiy we can. oflbr Inducements to pur-
ehassr- ihat Wc. conld not have done e6me
wmn
oo_M:_-?A.-fcT"3r
Capital, fn,ooo,000 j   losses
Paid, $48,00.,000    ,
■ststblfa-eauoo
Rates as Low as any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
ttr Hlsks promptly taken, and Losses
satisfactorily adjusted.
T. R- PEAR8DN,
doo7lo (B. C. R 4 P. Co.) AOENT.
INDUCEMENTS
 :K>n TBE	
talDAYS
next 15 toys.
-LL luw OCODS.    ins
BUYING FROM THE HANDFAC*
tnrers tor cash, I am In a position
to sell at bottom prices. My Goods are
marked in plain figures and the pricea
have not been put np to meet the discount taken off. Call and aee prioes before purchasing elsewhere.
IT Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
Jewelry made to order.
F. CRAKE.
WATCHMAKER
Orroerri Til* Bajik. dw-de!8to
JOHN S. COX,
IWOUTE* ft DEALER IN
Fancy fa[ Poultry
r'-.COSTS NO MORE TO KEEP GOOD
Fowls than it1 does to keep poor Fowls.
My Breeding Pens are equal to any ln
the united htates or Canadn.
I propose, to furnish Eggs from prem mm
and flrst-olnss Fowls, my design being tn
esubllsh amputationthat wllfW
VAHIETIEg OF FOWLS!
#w«e Or.eted alack Palish;
Blaek Bpanl.h.
1   -jangshasig.,
La Fl.ehc.
Silver Ipaagl.d H.mbargh,
White aad Brown U|hism,
■ '.'■ HosMUas,
:„. Light Brahma.,
PIS Gam..,
Plymoulk Hook.    .
.   Parlrldg. Cochins,
Raw.B ,*t AyH.bary Duoka,
*   T.sl.suOm>,
SPANISH LAF.K1B RAF.BITO.
Cash must accompany all orders.
'  Address, with stamp,
JOHN r.co:_,
dwl*7lc New Wei-mlnitei.
Land Bexlstr) Ordinance, 1870,
ui Xo. s*. BlMk |V, Part af ouu
lfo.*ie«.li iha <iiy.i V_-_t_.T»e.
4l
TXTHEREAS THEOERTIFICATI OF
VV Tlll.ol Frank W.Horl lo Iheaov"
Loihas been lost or deMrove_ nnd 5pll-
eallon ha. been made for a duelTtato
thereof: Notice Is therefore hereby given
that a fresh Certificate of Title wilt be
Issued ln Ilea of that so lost or destroyed,
unless cause be shown to tho contrary
within ono month from the date hereof.
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry' Oflloe,
Now Westminster,
Apr_l,M!87,
TUINHlCAlta!«.;
fit. littl
HE UNDERSIGNED has
just received a large con-
mentof
linos and Organs,
Which he will sell cheap. These
instruments may be purchased1
for cash or ih monthly instal-
mjett-, to suit purchaser. Call
alia get my figures before purchasing elsewhere, ami it will be
to yom interest
Second-hand Piaww and Organs for sale dr to rem.
Instruments may be seen at
Mr. D. Lyal's Book and Stationery Store, Columbia Street
dwmhlle     Ts Ut PEAISON.
WM
Siitril Udiu!
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries ft Provisions.
LBHDBOM'S BLOCK, Colnmbia Bt
 .,rdw-an8lo... ..     . .
PMT IAMM0HD
NURS1RY
Frnlt Trees,
: Ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits,
And GARDEN -TOOK on hand In great
variety.
- Everything first-class and fnrnlsbed ip
good shape.
G.W. HENRY,
dw-del6tc Port Hammond, B. C.
WALSH'S
TA1_.0RII.«
Colnmbia St., New Westminster.
HAVINGJirSTRECEIVKDOURNEW
Fall and Winter Stock, we invite In
specUon of the finest selection Of
■Mlsh, Seelch, Cenui, Frearh,
t—t American
SUITINGS MS*
Ever shown in New Westminster,   For
a GOOD FIT and artlsUo style we defy
THOS. WALSH.
Look Here!
fF YOO WANT TO MAKE  A NICE
To a friend or relative, go down to'STIR-
SKY'S and look at some of those extra,
ordinary har*.... In      , .   -      ,f
UdlM' snd Sentlemttt't Ml Md
harms,
.te.
Or If you want a useful ornament for yonr
house, examine those beautiful a-gay
striking clocks, wltb cathedral gongs.
He Is selling at BOTTOM PRICES.
Watches, from 9Jj upwards, all warranted
Plhe Wateh hqulHngeeperialtr, and
good workmanship guaranteed.
tar Remember the   plsoe-the ••Blue
Store."
dwnuSyl
Columbia St, New West'
GUARDIAN
OF LONDON, ENG.
fS.  -lABLYl
E«TABLl_HeO IBi'l
Risks Taken at Hates
as Low as any other
Reliable Oomp'y. '
do07to        (11, C. H. 4 P. Co.) AOENT.
W. It. AITSTIN,
..  ..P. AIWB.I8.*- ~
.,'..      ._-.,.._/£•__
E.aeral Mercbiise!
A large Assortment of '
DRY QOODS
-AND-
QROOEI8IES
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Kay aaad _Te«d
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
mnuinuMuni-iN,
Ain r abt •» nn crrr.
Wenintwostagssdally.exoeptSundays,
to Port Moody, earrylng H.M.S. malls.
As no liquor or tobacoo Is used we ean by
temperate habits ahd careful economy
serve the public at especially low rates.
dwisSKc
The British
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OF.-460.IAOB.
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THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS ONE OF THE'-'
;t^iAaTts»nm(j|iitt ki'iiiUtl'.:
-ri-lotllu'l )d-Q t»i« in.a
""■i BYMA-L,. PEK'ilMV-MVM? """8 "Wnt1
Dally Bfitteh Columbian, - - $10 00
Weekly British ColumMJ8 9^^
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0     HWIHRBY Hi THIWR0E8T CIRCUUTIOl
y,uiM-'-irt '
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IH -...-I \mia-
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riflaifil flM.'._n.*.l(tl )M '
tO^-
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i^J^ffiimHi^^
lIm i   >u un/ 'tf/tt'AWii i:\inn*
At Moderate
■ ""'iiiiiraiffllli
Personswao __ve not proved*»_-_-_
exneHence th___abilitv of ^Ji^iMm^mmmmi
to turn out first-class wofoi&6'i
B^d|i^<oklfii.uVi
08AHO31 .* R33AB.
33. ;_ROB0ONi
»A -... I ._-,..lll JlilXICH
^'1 |J   ll .nlfiOitK'-lH      ,M_W_M j*1ll..«lt-t-«'i testepmmpessaemmWBSB
FOR AND AWM8T SMOKIHO.
**•__» Pas of
oraradea, of experience in tobaoco"
smoking, covering a period ot about
thirty years, with two considerable in-.
to__1 US 'i_v_itig»__,g the'efeot of
lncotinBtmon-i-y own antem.
I _»fr ittejettre, be Juetifled in inserting a good knowledge of tbe njb-
joct, beettue it tf>«isi5__ent_l knowledge.
I beg to offer a lumnniy of inj conclusions:
1. Human beings hive probably
smoked tobacco longer thu tttilitm'
has been.  Tbe naette* in Chins ia
_U-*»Ka_K:__'
c«m^v j to rem) mstmlr, Amerioan •:
8. Nobodv denies that it is often productive of distressing results.
**_j^*mW''
oil.    -       	
McoU
«■#
smallest in tbe 1
Therefore it it )
•mo)
Jffjmmm
dangerous,
of   poison  is
jpelf-defenae to
_#!•§_#.
„T. H^ieert>iU»^*Ji««*«
8°?h- i!h__StS_l  TniWth  bather
may amok* with  ompanUt* • _n-
the ,_-_*_. ___a Muhswii a
g«ga?_tit
10. The smoker who swallows his
saliva aa feats** it i^eecreted eb-orfca
1 smoker who
THE OSWEGHTCHIE TOAD-HUNTER.
,^_^^_*r.5^8_iL,
gone out, .blow through it with all the
power of your lungs.
11 Tobacco a-whed-Jn a
with a lon'g stem, i&Mter
ish fashion of filtering through water,
A leas hurtful than cigar smoking.	
IS. One oigar a day is better than
twoorteneunrsaday. ,   ..
a_;^ifti*ibe«irth*noiio._gar.
II »^B__t_W_!«l_.n
tinting*! tntc-rena tnin is first oousin
to the highwayman who denounces
criminal la*.
dttoHei
■tm CapHellaa AprKwomaa.
When Doio Pedro of Bratil was here
ho west through the Capitol, and in
passing by Aunt Clara's booth ahe
cieatod a tremendous sensation by rushing out and. throwing her aims about
liis neck
Then
to be h____T___£::!«uis'to Senate:
"I've kissed a kingl _re kissed a
Of coune, tbe Emperor was greatly
eetoniehed St thia procedure, but it
was esplained that aha had a weak
misa, and he then eVinoed a curiosity
in her wares displayed at the booth.
He gave her a lot of his photographs
to sell and wrote his autograph in her
book kept ouly lor the si<f_»tures of
stoat men.
AwtOh-a H._**)T*--__«*»V_or
she made oopiee of the autograph on
traotug paper and aoid them at a good
*%
It shrayagreaUva-reoted atleam-
.death of W_«__-__i<W»d
said ahe waa praying
for hia recovery. Bhe is desperately in
love with Ben Butler aad aaya ahe lores
him mon than any sun sinoe Charles
Sumner.—[Baltimore Amulets.
•   .«»       •
Tragedy la a LaaatlaAsylS-n.
" We had In a little old man, whose
nut had bass cracked by the law,"
eaid, ths keeper in Ot Pennsylvania
•hJ^hiejasn.
tend I bed 'eo, "but always wanted
more'n ha a oflcar.
" One maniac •*• came into iny
room aa usual, it? said: ' Coma, how,
say four hundndr
" • Judge, ana I (ws called him
Judge), ryo» uow say prioe—ftta
ri'ua'iiA'^^"' ■**
" • Four hundred aad Afty,' says he,
" Fire hundrod Inat as Ant as a
nek.
"'-Haw. look kere my
your laat ...     	
papera won't ba worth that to sm.1
Asd hs ssapa hia fingers, aad ot ha
go« In a horrible rigs.
_   _     ItoapttamsF
Onloa
' They tdl a goodaWjl of lhe dainty
reformer, Newton Martin Curtis, up
in Si Lawrence County, Mew York,
where he hu always lived.
Curtis made an excellent record aa
a soldier during the war, and as everybody who knows him knows, had an
eye shot out at Fort Haher, where
he wu the Bnt man into the Confederate works.      ■ '
After the war he returned to the wild
|«0,a^«»^
sliU__a_!i^»_2^e_p_rt?S_.M
neighbors how to farm,
Mia true that up to that time he
could not distinguish tho difference
between a harrow and a furrow, but
'his war - experience had made him a
great man, and his rash of major-
general by brevet had placed him in
a position when to receive advice
would be not only ridiculous .but
positively mortifying.
Be bought a farm of some hundred
aeres and ploughed into it on hie
own hook and in bis own way. One
season he raised nothing but corn,
another nothing but wheat. Then,
came a year when there was an onion
Here wm the General's opportunity..
He tuned hia farm of several hundred acres into ono enormous onion
' patch. Some of his neighbors shook
their heads. Others expostulated with
Utn. Many tried to advise him to
" is plan.
 weeds will ruin you and the
grubs destroy the crope," they said.
In vain. The obdurate hero of
Fort Fisher knew it all. Had he
oome bom the command of thousands of men to ba told hia business
by illiterate aad obecu» St, Lawrence
:i?The o__o_e .be*»a to it-put So
IUiMH UK 0___n_P fcSk off
liis coat and energetically began on the
weede a crusade of extermination.
U wu then that he made a fresh
disooveir. Oralje nearly a halt a toot
in length, in myriads, were chewing
up hia precious food. Discouraged!
Not hel He merely scratched bis bead
and pondered. His sued reflectively
_ at his nelghbora' fields laughing with
. If the question had beenono of flanking a victorious army or of charging
nn onemy's works, he would not have
hesitated for a inomeat what was the
proper end moat decisive thing to do,
but as it wu tbo momentous issue of
grubs ho wu utterly,at sea, and.in the
end had to give it up.
Finally a neighbor camo to hia relief—a sympathetic and hind hearted
neighbor who knew nothing of war bnt
a great deal about farms.
".The only way to kill tlicm .ro
t-nix," he aaid, "is to gin 'om toiul.."
So tke General advertised for toils at
ten cents a dozen delivered on his
farm.
"Plagues of Egypt!" he cried, whon
he uw* procession a quarter bf a mile
long marching up to hia place with
trom a doien to ten dozen toads.
Every day, regular u the snn arose,
i tbe procession appeared, received its
i ten cents a dozen for the batrochians
jihd left, and no doubt would have coo*
! tinned till the present time had not
the General made the shocking discovery that while the toads were delivered in the morning, they were
covertly collected at night and resold to
him the following morning. Hence big
name-the "toad-hunter of the OtW_-
^%&fUV**M**a'"
.,   ' ii     neiE.-lj.ii       ,;s      ■
l J- WA_» wnmiAira Haw i«r__.
Lecturing recently on " The Death of
Abraham Lincoln," Walt Whitman recited the following, his latest published
production:
0 Captain! my Captain I our fearful trip
Is done;
The ship hu weathered every nek, the
prise we sought la won;
The port Is near, the bells 1 hear, the
peonlo all exulting,
(«_-*_•-* _•**** keal, the
.'■   ■*'.   -i-i
ithHeiWidl-P-^-i.
>taln
Fallen cold and dead.
0 Captain! my Captain! rise up and
hur the nella;
She up—for you the Deg Is flung—foi
you the bugle trlllei
For you bouquets andrlbbon'd wreathe-
f or you the shone a-cnrwdlng:
For you they call, the swaying mus,
■ Hero, Captain! dear lathor!
Thle arm beneath your head I
It la some dream that on the deck'
You're fallen cold and dead.
:*W*sa$pw^T
Hy father does not feel my arm, he hu
no pulse nor will;
The ship Is anchored safe and sound, Ita
I around
..tW casket, hie little
l-M-t years, was led
Mr maa-uttto the room to look
„b£Uie design of  •"-*•
papa's bee for a few
Sitsbed np
aadkkfkla.L „_._-_.    a
peak to ma aad aay
 , *t_i«__aut__l«iis'
aad meet yimr Utile Alios aome day."
' i   HHSi
a^^ ^_m————_- _m m___LS______.fc________s____s__fc
&*&&*& s
tkuait pasted along the line, eo it ia
Mh.°L£__;*___*i_-_^to»
> .awf^tta—IOpMili*-.
The following Business Directory relates
only to venous whose advertisements appear la the Daf _T Columbia*. It has
jbeen fonnd true, as a rule, that persons
who advertise liberally are liberal In their
dealings, and many.persons.make It a
rule to give preference ln their dealings to
those establishments which advertise
freely. The following list Is arranged al-
Shaheueallyi     _
LKOAL.
...Oolumbia 8t
...Colnmbia Bt
  ...McKensle St
Brabc'h Offlco at Vancouver.
&»^i_:r...:::^
MEDIC AL.
&ftiffi&n::xim]
fir, * **-»'-*. -"-- - •
.XM.Ito-e-n....
.DeWoIfo Smith.
...-Church st
•  , B.C.
risleSt
son Bt
ine-llANCE.
W. J. Armstrong tare] Court Honse
H. V. Edmonds*..!. Mclanslo 8t
W.D, Ferris lllfeet e__ldentl...,,.__.«rrls8t
T. R. Pearson (ire A life] ...Cpluinblc. _t
SandBws. afaAilte... .___Weiu
Branch Odtces at Vancouver* Vic.  .
TurwrJIeeton A Cp. IBroj ...Victoria
Woods, Turner AGsmblo
[-re.llfe A accident]. ColumblaSt
■   aUDAI, BSTATB AOBSOIBS.
tH. Bole ColumblaSt
bonld A McColl MoKensle St
V. Edmonds McKensle St
D.Fenl __ Ferris St
Oapt, Pittendrigh MoKensle Ht
Band Bras * MoKsnsloHl
Wm. Shannon Vaacouver
Woods, Turnsr A Qamblo Columbia Ht
ABCHITBCT, *_.
C. H. Clow. - ...Clinton Ht
8. W. Grant. McKensle Bt
OOilTHAOTORa * B.IMHBBB.
Ackerman Broa New Westminster
AUCTIONEERS.
H. N. Rich........ ..-. Ladner's
T. J. Trapp... .Oolumbia Ht
AOENTS FORMAOHlHEllY,*..
Fraser A Leonard Vancouver
F. Welcome McCrndy ...MoKensle Ht
MUSICAL I_eTR.ME.l-S.
John Adams	
T. R. Pearson	
 ...Vancouver
 Columbia Bt
From fearful trip the victor ship cornea
 ^Att,m '
imi ia WalV*ifd|*-_i?CaptaJi Use
Falleaoold and dead.
>^__   aro
The ei$U* aad Dairy Ialerset. . ■
T. D. Curtis, of Syraouse.'soya then!
»*18,()00,000oowsintheU*ite<l«atee.
The money value of their yearly pro.,
duot ie $1,000,000,000, and the tout
cost of tho land and plant necessary
for their eupporl *&_*%■■
I___.i-^.-0,0«l,0()0*?a*i^>of imitation butter were sold from a capital
of «a,000,000. Tbis ie hurting the
dairy intereata.   **■      >
■  ..-■"Im-M".    *■■■'
Mlnlsteilng Oa Baslnsas PgindalM.
Cobb county, Georgia, hu an ener-
■otio aoloredp-woher wbp moke*each
when they have no money to give him
...in.-..-»»__. Ms farm until
By   'this   means,   despite   their
*      h_''-_WM,ri_»''i-S-.•':.___*
   you ever been
arresied befon, Uncle Butusf"
Uncle Beattst "Yes, yo'honah|>a
wunce."
Magistrate: "What wu the charge
"     'yoWr-'i.'-.
FK1RTIHO A BVLIMO.
The Columbian Steam Printing EstalillKli-
ment.  Columliia St
STOVES * TIS WARE.
R. M. Cunningham A Co .Columbia Bt
.; OAS VlTTIWOa.'
H. M. Cunningham A Oo. ...Columbia Ht
nwno MAOHMBS.
CXBobeon...... ...ColumblaSt
•BBBBAL MBBCHAHDiaB.
Vt. B. Austin Front St
O. a. Major Columbia St
Wm. McColl Columbia Ht
O. MoDonough...... ..Front St
DRY GOODS.
Bon Marohe ColumblaHt
D. Di-fsdate A Oo. Columbia Ht
Jaa. SUanl A Co Columbia Ht
Mie, Campbell A Oo .Columbia Ht
win. Rae [Globe Housel Colnmbia st
DRBSSMAKIXa.
Dress*-Makihg_
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B.C.
SMT BatlsfpetloB.guaront.eil,      depute
s
-fc-TQTICB.
OTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT,
we have applied to the. Minister of
Interior for a license to cut timber on
the following described lands, situated In
thedistrlotofNowWmlmlnslrrnnil Pro-
vlnceof.Brlllsh Columbls;
The North-enst |0 acres at Heollnn 86,
Township II), ono. .
Tho Norlli lflDilrroiof-TOlInn nt, township 17], seven; ln Group One.
Tho Honth-oast to acres af-and Island situatedin soeUou 11,township [#], forty.
ROYAL OITY PLANING MILLS CO.
iLiniltedJ
JOHN HENDRY, Manager.
NewWcslmlnsl.r,B.a, April am ISW.
dspaml	
WN« . NVSIHAMS «AV ASCUT TUg
5TARR KIDNEY PAD.
"Treatment by Absorption has for seme
..'..... tf,ml J. Medical Men to
 jple antl flffeotuul moans
of conveying to Diseased Oigans, "Curo-
time'been rengnlaed by
betheinoat simple and i
tlves," but ill co.es of Kidney Dlseasoiand
Complalnu attendnnt thereon, suo-.a*irnl
treatment wns pracUoably ImposslblelusH*
til tho lutraduotlon of (he Starr Kidney
Pad. It costs less than a single prescription aud Is Immeasurably more dtetnivt
and effective ikan any quantity of fnl_r-tal'
Jfedieiwii tlostng. worn Immediately over
the seut bf Disease, lot ouraUve properties
become absorbed by the diseased and enfeebled Organs,continuously and directly,
hs requlrod to Insure In return their Ueol-
lorutble to the p.fie ol sn!Tple«.«of fo™.
..MketsVand cures when nothing else ean.
The Btarr Kidney Pad aocompUsbest posl*
tivo, decisive results.. .A. more. valiUble
discovery os a true remedy tor Kltuiey
Diseases wasnev«'maa>.-,Jf«UiiU__K».
. Tke aiarr IMwfad. manufactured
In Toronto,.is n pennan.nt_urecUr.for
diseases, disorders and ailments, of the
Kidneys, Bladder and urinary seersilvo
system, or attendant complaints, pausing
pain In the small or the back, sides, etc,
producing, urinary disorders, such as too
free uent, scanty, difficult, painful or copious micturition, inability of retention and
sedimentary urine, dropsical symptoms,
oto.. denoting the presence ln the systom
of diseases common to the urluary secretive organs—known as gravel, catarrh ot
tbe bladder and r-assages,3rlghl's disease,
diabetes, dropsy, piles, nervous debility,
etc Bend for pamphlet to LANGLEY*
CO., Wholesale Agents, Victoria. Retailed by A. M. UKItlllNO ani D. 8.CURTIS
4 CO.. New Westminster* T. MCNEELEY. l_dn.f. Undlns* K. MCDOWELL
ACO- HA8TIN0KHAW MIU.CO.,TBE
Wi ETMcCARTNEY * BR%..Van_juvf'
and Kamloops; J. B. LOVELL Yalej; W;
§. MEU AW, Priest Valley; H. CLABK A
0., Kamloops. dwseSSyl
Bon. Marche	
Ju. Ellard A Co	
Misses McDougall...
 .Columblast
 Columblast
 Columblast
VtII.XIT.HK.
W. Prothero ..ColumblaSt
Wlntomute, Calbick ACo.....Columblast
WOOD At COAL.
Henry Elliott [Orders left at W. McColl's]
Davos, *ot
D. & Curtis A Co.... Colnmbia Bt
A. _«l......—....„.........„ ..Columbia St
BVTOHBBS.
RobU Dickinson .....Colombia St
WATCHMAKERS A JEWELERS
F. Crake ...ColumblaSt
F. Btlrsky.. - Colnmbia fit
CM. McNaughten ..Colnmbia St
■LACKSHITHINt-  *   CAHRIAOE
 woauu.
Thos. Ovens....,
Reid A Currie...
....ColumblaHt
...ColumbU Bl
H. Kails..—...
Wm.Itoss.,
MOTB.S.
Tho Clarence lE_char_ft..."-."!...Vlotorln
''",'!.    BisTAVBABTS.
Mrs. Jennie McNeil Front st
PAIBTEHS, A*.
Chas. Murray. „ Clarkson Bt
BOOTS* SNOBS.
Irant A Co .Colombia St
 .ColumblaHt
.,™..,„„..C61umbla 8t
TAILOBS.
D. Drysdale A Oo ............ColumblaSt
Thoa. Walsh...... ...........ColumblaSt
BAKBBY.
A. Diebel Front Bt
N-nSBBlBS. ',
O. Vf. Henry Port Hammond
B. Hutohersou Ladners
FAHCY POULTRY, Ae.
Jno. 8, Cox. Royal Avonne
MONUMENTAL.
Alex. Hamilton..... Churoh it
Rudge*Monck Hew Westminster
UTOTXCE.
In the Ettate of Jennie Ktdam, dtttated.
A ll pbrsonbIndebted to the
.Ji. above Estate are rooulred lo pay tho
amounts forthwith; and all persons hav-.
Ing claims ngalnst tbe said Estate must,,
forward the same within ono month from
the dale hereof to theundersigned.
Dated at New Westminstor, tho mh
dayof April, 11)87.
qapUml      T, J. JANE., Executor.
NQT10-;,
VTOTICE IS HEHKBY GIVEN THAI »
JLl Amy* after dat* I inland to upply to
tat Ohw Coinmlwloner of Und-. and
Worki to purabMc 48U mesee at lnnd on
Tt-ittd-. -ilnnd.N(*w Wcilmliiittrl)l">irlct,
dueribed as follow*!
OommtnetDt at the & E. corner of the
B.W. H of Bee, 8( tbence Knat4Ueli»ItiH;
thenee North M ohatnei thenoe Wert flu
«hatnij thenoe Boutb « ehalm; thence
(But « ehatne; thenee Boutb 40 olmin*. tn
point of com men cement.
ROBT. E. JACKSON,
Victoria, & C., April 22. lw.  jU^mS
LAND SIWVEWttS,
fits, Mff. AecWent A Mtrlne
loi»i-iiwe.
Domini.il Epess Comp'y, U.
Uettn CMrflm  snsKoki
Bought and gold.
UOLUM'JA STREET,
TESTIMONIAL!
Koncouwi*, l,1rd June, 1888.
MR. G. ROBERTSON,
Representing Goldlo A MoOnllooh,
Oalt,Ont.
mmiiML
FIRE INSURANCE 6tm%
I Old Rsoiii Hi. and 16 Pall Hall,
LONDON.
INSTI-CrTEb 1808.
r« INSOR1NO HOUSES * OTHKR
Buildings, Ooods, Wares, Merchan-
diae, __»n_tai)t-rtn» and .armiog Stock,
Ships In Port, Harbor or Deck, and the,
Cargoes of such Vessels j also, Shins build-
Ing and repairing, Serges and other Ves*
sals on nat-gshle rivors and canals, and
Good, ou board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland snrl lu . oicitn
Countrios,
nos um m _mt_t bi nu.
Subscribed and Invested Capitol,
■Bl.600.000 BTG.
. Bates of Premium; aiul every Information can be ohtalned on application to
VV. 1. A«M-T««N.,
Agent tor New Wostminstiir.
MetetteiiJiife
ASSOCIATION.
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada;
A H0ME~G0MPAM,
Thii, Association merits, the
.confidence the Public is reposing in it (rom the following
FACTS!-
TbeSecurli
una-urpanBed __ .
new lo Canada,
 lemeiot lu____
Ilnet, heuee
'.^t.'?MK_s,f.,
ho^deraeanuotbe i
tred to policy holderi la
y Company dolnf buel-
t, Imt the
«■. nuuca iha pollejr
liled Mtothelroon-
|ta p-Mltlon liHeertalned annually;
a detailed valaatloo in whieh evtoy
of liability ii Included.
Bib.—We tbe undersigned having wit-
neieed the terrible flre which wiped out of
existence tba yonng city of Vanoouver,
on the ltth inst., have,aftertheflre,ex*
amlned the eafea sold by you, eomt of
which .were, put to the nonet nevere test,
having been aurrounded by large quantities of lard and bacon, and wa ara pleased
to testify to tbe remarkable manner In
which overyBftfewld by you preserved
r&w^n^noCpttlybwMwfl wpf>nt
bnt alao tbousande <>f dollara la paper
money wero taken oui In perfect condition. We can, therefore, with the greatest confidence, recommend tbem as thoroughly Are proof;
L. A. Hamilton, for the Canadian Pacific
fiSS-__tfi^.,M-_fefeS:
Blstratej Rlch'd. Alaander, Justiee of
io Peace; JohaBonltbee, Police Magistrate, City or Vanoouver; Thomu Dune,
Jurtlce of thofeaoe; itaao Johns, Ooh;
Edward B. Rand, Real Estate Broker;
R. Balfour, Alderman; John Rankin,'
Real Estate Broker: Pither A Edson,
Roval Hotel! H. F. Ke.fer, Contractor,
C. P. R,; J. Vl. HoPtuladd, Port Moodv,
lo Vancouver and English Bay; F, C.
Innea * Oo, Rul Estate Brokers; A. Vf.
Rosst Real. Estate Broker; Om*-«l-* A
spinks. Real Estate biokoi
gmon, Msr. R.C. P. Mills.
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
Printing .Company
0s
HjUbiid.1
N THE 10TH OF JAmJARY, 1887,
the  Couwimk Newspaper and
Printing Concern was purchased by a
joint stock company composed of eUiaens
ef New Westminster, to be known as the
"British Colombian Printing Co.,
Limltfd." The concern has heel for
nearly a yeei< ew?*. aad controllisd by
the British GolMUa -tatt-nery and
Printing Company, of Nsw Westminster,
Victoria and Vancouver. The object of
the now company ll to contiauo the publication ot the Biutish Couunui! news*
paper anil carry on a general prlatiiig and
pnMielHUK qoncera, controlled entirely by,
thoso whose Individual Interest it will he
topromole the,dsvelofaea^ especially
of the Mainland. ' There will he no
skekening of the energy hitherto displayed iu the managsment of the, establishment, and its patrons may rely npon
receiving fnll value tor their money.
The Coi_rn_u_ will continue to be entirely Independent In both Dominion and
provinoial politics, and will devote Itself
to the Advancement Cf snch schemes a
may be considered in tho publio Interest.
The concern Is nowentlrely separate from
any other business, the book and:
stationery establishment in this oity
^having been taken oyer by Mr. T. K.
Pearson, who will continue to c.rry (ton
la his own name and for.his own bensHt,
It Is desirable tliat a dally newspaper
should be maintained In this city, aad
the new oompany asks for public patronage on the ground that It is engaged In
an enterprise calculated to promote the
puhllc welfare. It take tkat the Cob-
ranus be judged on Its own merits and
supported only so long as Its policy Is
enonuistt with its professions. In con-
saqnenoo of this buetnsss change eU ae-
oonnts due the concern must be settled
without delay so th#t the books of the
toreisr company may be adjusted and
closed. Address all oo_ii___ioatlons and
remittances to
P. ROBSON, Msnsgsr.
New WestmlwUr, )u. 88,1887.
Its itatementa to the publie ean be readily understood, Ils cash statement anow-
Ina every Item of Income and how eapen-
fiom
itom
lui pro_ress'"b_s-been uneiampled In
» history of insurance in Canada.
Its policies are Indisputable after three
years, and non-forfeltahle after two years'
existence.
Ils proets are distributed npon ao equitable oasis. The profits to ono elass of
policy holden are not lessened to five
iarger prollls to any other1 elaas, wfileh
method afonts superior; advaulageeover
tbe uniform bonus plan of distribution.
UheralCeadllleu as I* ReaMeaeeaa*
J. K. M.oDONALD,
Hanafiag-t-Mtor.
T. R. PEARSON
Agent, New VHtmlutai
jeT l-BQie-Uternafi
Opposite the Colonial BoteL
■..UHt
DItLU t mnnniN  ,
GMTHING
GROCERIES
TU8T RKCEIVD) IN DRY OOODS,
A NEW STOCK
ball shades and material of DRB88
GOODS, Including Cashmeres, Merinos,
Silks, Satins, Black and Colored Valve.
teens and Ptuahee. COTTONS (bleached
aad -nblseebad). UMWOS, BUT-
TONS, HOLLANDS, ic. Orey, White,
Scarlet and Checked FLANNRLS. LADLES GLOVES, la Cotton, Wool, Silk
end Kid. Ladlse Meriao aad lamb
Wool Vests. JKR8KY8, aU prices.
Hosiery, Madias, DUpor Irish Linen,
Brilliant-, to., tc.
Men'a Clothing!
rer Quality, Style, Ht and Price,
can't be touched.
MEN'S nMNiSNINBS
In every Une. Cotton, Meriao end
Weel Underwear, White Shlrta, Guffs,
Collars, Gloves, Braces, Cardigan Jack*
eta, te. Also, Cotton, Merino, Cash-
men, Lambs Wool and Knit SOCKS, in.
.gi_l!t variety.
Aleo, HATS and. CAPS, LadK «ud
Gents' RUBBER GOODB and UMBRELLAS.
In House Furnishing Goods
Carpats, Rugs, Window Poles wltk
Rings and Mountings, Window Holland
(Buff, Green and Striped). Damask and
Cretonnes, Sheetings, Towels, White
Counterpanes, Bleached and Unbleeohed
Table Lin.es, Napkins, Tickings, Blank*
eU and AKtlo-down Quits, Table Cloths
andCo'ws,
IN GROCERIES
Et.ry_.l_ffo._d ln a traUlaaa-rtaV
Utlimeat, ead awe bat the beet, pained
Goods, Fruits, Meats iadVftttablss.
l«m.tm,,tm,pemtk. ,tm-tm,
IhsmarkawikM., but I e«r yea Ik.
keel aa*astk.|.w__.»ft_. ik.r*a>>.
_____t_t a__._____t _M___-__aA wtee __w_p^__naaM
fi f-rtnefTiifi -,
'in tnii -im jti-i tii
■    ; ...i::-!i.. Aal\\*n
:till •!_■»<(
By c#ing and making tth inspeetion
of our SPRING aOODS,ywi *£l__o5that
for Price,; Quality and Elegant Designs,
they oannot be equalled elsewheie. T ',
Dreaamaking on the P*amiaaa.
_^*Agepts for ^c Domestic Sewing M^t^iCo^,.,',m&$g
,     :    i      .   .-J-t-Tfi: .*;.ii-..b».' uuti-aaMr
.     ^WALKER fc SHADWSLU,'
i.i . i    ,-■ ■ •";,)•-. ''•;■
U H.,111 ut,
•uijrtlxo is,
,1s _R_>*__-1j.
'.!,n.: 'I rtSHt ■
_____ | 'ilJ.uisll .11, .H.... _*l>_nfitto-A
_____ .   '.'■       •.:■■•  :   — '■'.lll._L.___...    _.      Bui .III  'II—
ft_PE____T  T!ft A *Pf**A. A *F*l*-*T_B *F*hB*
smmtmmmmmm     n^,, .,,r,n,t,*tr^ ||fj|-fff> (Rlf**^
UL UU1UI   I _-._._ ___
vm_ n,nti:s'.:Yent
siiU
Also a large  assortment  of   SILVER  PLATED  WARE
MACELET8, P1HS, LOCKET _, (THAWS,«;
i {\m\<\ ^twnU)
KNIVES, FORK;?, §PP,qN9,'^(r,
^y All-Good, guaranteed to be as rcpreaokted.
dw-jai9tc Colonial Block, New W_stmin_ter,B.C.
The "GLOBE HOUSE"
TTAVB EECKIVKD A LARGE AND WELL A8S0RTRD STOCKiM ,
•**•*•   .,.; ■ti,>;;itwv
IDry Qoods,      MllUMrr*
Ladies' and ObiWrwn'B Underwear,
ChUdMn'S WWteil-i W_UW_aar«__--, for aU ague, at lRw^eme.
Also, a variety of Bed" QolltS Ml UCC CBrl>lrt|IB|<Ml,
Dry Goods Shop.      ^•Inspection iorite-i-C*      ,dfl   khuotfeXi.
'inimim^'tW^"^'^
dwapntc _____H^^^^^^_F
'
IfYouWantat
CONTKACTMS S UULDERS
■mawss. -I.™ aa w^kaaywfcwcla
1-wCHrar -aaalvr.
HERFECT SATlarACTION  Oil ARAN-
TEBDIN ALL CASKS.
We kaveeeme lo star and persoMoou-
umplauaa bulMIni will do wall losoT-S
betoreilvlnf their oenlreots.
dwmkiuc Kew WaMmletesr, lean.
inn Mm i* Mi ttviiuM-fl
_^_>.   _E'-_SE-_L_C-.
PRAOTICAL
CHEMIST«tDRUG6IST,
OOLUMilA   STRCtT
(orr, oolokiai Horn,*,
NBW  WB8TM1NSTKR,   B. 0.
rk. ilelm'PrntrliiUeii Md taai*
llr tMlieeaSfeciellj.
K   B.-0_Ijr <____•*-. _*_»«. used.
Overtweatvvsara'aaiwteaoe.   ,ajt|fll
lela
.rot
berlf
land
l-enty-ioire.i^j'jfj
bum planted on ![_»«__—. ---.. t _!,,.
oreek abeuKiue mil* IMfflIart«_>n t,nu* I
Uunoe ruiinTn».liia.»M_*easttrl_;dir*j-
, , ._„__*)_
(«»l)^l»^s,"»ire.<Kl|is,
comm.na*m.nl---cOAialn-
i_ri-Vi."t_-u«o- •wTkundn^'pili
utn.a_.iir l_».cuid I* be ka_w_
JSsoItbe followlnj lands situate nn tbe
oppostle sine 01 the ci_ekte Limit c, nrf
_^li-S_.%
i_s tlirae~thoi-M_Ba ten]
acres, more or loss. ._._.
'"•"""'SaW
MANUrACTO R-EM AKD j
■■Mllmwsltsmmmim\s ■.!
*«*»>*»•»•-•iroseajljdkrd-sufciw.
■•■■■ ■'■'     -• ■; ■.:::: *v>/i
1
if»*
:-.   :.f:i      _tl  IHUt
uT'^ iU'.}'.it\ ttToj a-sana—a-a-aa.
r y
j*.**^
24\ OF VICTOBIA,
DRtmlnstcr shortly,
. for tun-lntF may bo
tVIN ♦* JOrtI>A.-N-
dihane^, 1870.
Br*©-***- -*VVc.»ifBp|nater
J ES-TtTI-FIC AT____liO_F'
Obarles Provoatto
rm lost, or destroyed
eeu made tor a du-
is* therefore hereby
[QCHte ot Title -wiil
_* so lost or destaroy-
thedate hereof.
STRONG,
_>epaty -Fteglstrsr.
itl* Mny, 1887.
■xxX	
irthday!
L EY-
*r- THCE 68th AN-
Queen'8 Birthday
j- on Moy 24__>, 188T.
ial sports and elose
so evening.
>. Of. "WHITE, _
F_lc_c. of Comsislt-tee.
I. 18S7.        wlnylllS
M.CERT
>tru mental
3 DC <_3
lay, May B.
»♦ :»J_Ae  I.IE-T-I©-'
mucb   -plot-sure In
iy    prnfcramms for
_&. above:
-Inlop de Concert
leBeolc.
.i_rn    Ijord"   - Mrs.
Sts-.   DeBeek.Mr.
oofc.
Watclilng   Us"—
aw.
Dnys   tot   I-Ceranlsa-
o.v* Miss Campbell
%stT*,.  Ml.l€21el>re_o_--
fldlebrook.
».'•   .Mrs. Mill,
■vase.**   ^-S-w. Betecli-
irook.
Haven,"    IlcV.   C.
ft,
[ra.    MIJ.Ilo-
ic    I_Illeii,»-  »lpj "ir.
ii-lcw,*'   Ml«> Clute.
te/»    1-Crs.   Mtftdle-
DeBeck and Mr.
i
cert nl 8 o'olook.
dap-O-d
I
1887.
IC JOURNAL
TS  FOR   1887.
Js to set ftorth. In
ndepondent mnn-
.r 0«*_r--RM__.fa.n pollt-
Cartoons  «p-?______
■«_» pleaalncly tin
rial.     In tills pun*
ca.net y-trtltatlo atyle
t Ibo whole alius*
»C.C. Tbo suoceaa
thii* fact Is appre*
-toe p&sslnjr g>6llt-
utry    boing even
_*■ than the chaste
ais of time paptr,—
aai to tlint or nny
lie Qontlneat.
Fo* UMt que old
*■__■>*ct viae Journal
19 f>*W«".And »>e
and   c»lt?i__l«rect
il ri a so nrtlatlnsliy
favorably  wltb
inllnen..    Tbe
Idl
-y wit
Smoro ay nte
hlle    similar lm
_o  »s to tbe letter-
Nome   deaJffi will
illo  tto** OartooM
-r   from   cxtenalve
,t*i_i_asp.,rrtsat
ban (Imt of sny
merlca,—moat of
taflTlo     numben of
|ner aa# Ofarlat-
nirot.er will be
pager, being In-
turea Introduced,
1 be alven In prelum & ^rs -will be
m-    without   extra
n
t WrtlKannlilp;
oatVenvfi.
Ihk anU _Publlali-
screnr. 1*1.
iSiftg ooods
We have just Received and Ojpied t|is
Week large shipments of New,Spring
Ojbods, assorted as follows':   «• .
Fancy Dress Goods. -.S _
Black Dress Goods. 't^Lii
Dress Trimmings & Linings,
Printed Cottons&Ginghami
Dress Muslins &Hqii_»
Black Silica & Satins.
Lace curtains & Counterpanes.
Table Linens. _*.apklns_k
Toweling*.
Hid Crlloves. Corsets A.Ilwleit*1,.'.'*""*
embroideries, Laces a. Edgings
;    Collars, Cnffs & H andk'cfc'fs
Clothing., Hats, nnd Men's Fnrnlshlnf«••#_.     ' •'• •"•*' "!'n -..
,_*'.,,'       .   , Carpeti. Llnoleunu,OUClo thiand Mat*,
AUl. OP»-eB__b,AT ViBV. OLOM R'WO'Mi,.-:,..-,;;.;,   JJJJ _i.,.„,   x«-i
D_ DRYSDALE & CO.,  V
April 2, 1887 73 ObtomlitfSt^
aUBILEE; YEAR 1887. ;«$*
Just reoeived in our Millinery and Dress
.Department, the Newest Designs from London Dlreot, consisting of ■■'-''
NOVELTIES IN
.Ml . .'■.
The Battenberg, Lady Churchill, Queen's Jubilet, Norfolk,'Ch_n_o_,
Rutland, Suffield, Pkgoda, Marchioness, Ellen Terry, Purl,' hew
and striking Sailor Hat* and Boating, Picnic and Sun Hat* in
numerous varieties.       ■:"*»-
ROBE COSTUMES.
Silks  and   Striped   Satins:     Aigrettes, Ornaments, Plumes aiid
Trimmings of all descriptions.   '" '"'.      •.(!'.•>■■
JF**     * r r J il,*. • I i'    I-    I-Hlsl.ttojl-
*     , Great additions*htv£l-__nm_fde"io oilr usual 1iie^vj*^.':*__ft^SffV,*lirl*
every Department, including Men's Clothing and Furnishing.
JAMES ELLARD & CO.,
dw»p6te
x.oanoo-w
'     I''..       ■■■■     tVh-
.-,..• bos 7**tlrft noil dliv.t.rt.it
cia asm v'.- a___l noa* —''*;
iiaj^. .-.oi_..ii_U!- - ...lodi-.
ui1*./. sll._n.V_ nly.livs.-'t
UU _■__. _I..U ji ni !*! s'ff '
, ■ < IT *_rw;r77u.
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CITY ROttlR Ftdwgiiiiii^Mr-S^-:
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