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VOLUME 4
NBW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0., FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 18, 1888
D
•WOI.P SMITH, X.D.
OFFICE-Ulark-wm Street, oppoalte rear
entrance of Colonial Hotel,
RESIDENCE—Ajmei Ht, opposite new
Baptist Ohurch. Telephone Ho. SB*
OFFICE HOURB-lfl a. m. to 12 noon; 3
to5; and4i9Dto tp. m, dnoiotc
J"  H. MACLICAM, B. A., H. D„ C. M.
OFFICE) MoKemle Street.
RESIDENCE: Agnes Street, third house
rom Mary Street. Telephone No. n,
OFFICE HOURS: 10to IS; 8to6; «K>8.
d-dfllStc
H
M. COOPBR, B. A.,M. D„ I
rHYSlCIANASUHGEO*--.
rl-riOB ud RESIDENOE-Churoh at.
.(next door to Farmers* Rome), near
ColumbiaSt., Sew Westminster, B.0.
OCPIOB HQUH8-8 to 10 a.m.; Holland
(.noto 8 p. n. Call, In town and country promptly attended to.  .!;■   fe2te
P.'
WKLEH,
DENTIST.
Room lfl,    . -       -     . Colonial Hotel.
OmcnHoijns-llto.. dfeSto
Tjl   A.SMITH,
DENTIST.
Oradbnteor rente College of Dental Rur-
I«ry.
Offices—Bank Building.
dwrnhlOto
0"
HROILD A Mft'OlL,
BARRISTERS,
;       SOUCITORS, ETC.
Oflee.. Masnnlo Buildings, New Went minster, and Vanoouver, B. C.     .|y:Utl n/to
rn  C. ATKINSON,
RARRI8TER, SOLICITOR, 40.
MoKensle Street.
dwtelOto NewWeBti.iliiirter, B. C.
W
NORMAN BOLB, «. C,
BARRIRTER-AT-LAW.
. Land Aient       . Money to Loan.
Columbia St.
seMo
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New Westminster, B. 0.
CI*0W*^_iWfi'»<,„,,.
ASCHITECT8. ,;
Offiok RoomE,
Ovor Bank ot B.C.,
dauSlto Columbia Street.
G.
W  GRANT,
ARCHITEOTi
OrnoK-Corner Mary and Clarkson sts.
dwteSSto
-nMLLIAM B. KINO,
ARCHITECT,
BUILDING A LAND SURVEYOR,
' SANITARY ENGINEER,
Office—New Masonic Block,
dwapldlo Westminster.
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
T
|AKB THIS OPPORTUNITY OF THANKING THEIK NUMEROUS PAT-
_ rona for the very liberal support extended to them in the poet and of informing
them that they are still to be found at the OLD STAND, and trust that by careful
attention to business in aU ita details to still merit and secure that large share of
patronage which has always heen extended to them. . / f
"Small Profits and Quick Returns" to our motto, and while we confess that we have not yet solved the problem of BUYING and SELLING and LIVING BY THE LOSS, yet Jt the same time we do claim that we have discovered
WHEN, WHERE and HQw TO BUY the numerous Articles that wo carry.
Hence, by buying in the ust markets, at the ptoper season, we are able to offer
our Customers the VERY BEST MANUFACTURES at the LOWEST POSSIBLE
PRICES. Wo Have purchased very largely for the present-season and with the
stook already received and on the way, we claim to have one of the best selected
Stocks in British Columbia.   We carry full lines of
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
: Tools of all kinds of the best makes; Cross-cut & Hand-Saws,
Wire for Fencing, and aU the necessary Vtcnsllfl for Fanning!
Ineludini 	
Barbed Wire for Fencing, and all the necessary Utensils for Farming!
Pulley Blocks, Snatch Blocks. Rope & Chain in all sizes; Pitch,
Tar & Oaklllli; Tarred and Plain Paper for Building! Paints & Oils
in all colors; Liquid Paints in all shades; Floor Paints ready to use; Grind
Stones: Wall Paper in all designs; Brooms & Brushes for all purposes;
Lubricating OilSI Traps of all descriptions, largo enough to catch the Chinaman who steals your chickens, the Bear or Panther that get away with your family
of pigs, and small enough to annihilate tho Mouse that destroys your grain and
nibbles at your cheese,
aW Special attention given to orders by mail, and if yon have any doubt where
to buy any particular article, why go or send to
T. J, TRAPP * CO.,
dwapstc Columbia Street, New Westminster.
Pioneer Hardware Store!
BSTABLI8BBD  1889.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
Columbia Street,   Westminster, B. C.
X1I70BIHS    OX*
Hardware,Agricultural Implements
Paints, Oils, Glassware, Crockery,,Wall
Papers, Wooden Warei'        "'
STOVES AND RANGES
ibt o-jBbiax -v-Jt-mixmnmr.
Tinware, Hollowaro, 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.
orAll Work Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction. dwmhMml
GLOBE   HOUSE
OFFICIAL DIRECTOR!.
Civic Officers.—Mayor, Kobert Dick-
J mum; City Clerk, Capt. Robinson: Police MiiKiHlnitp, T. C. Atkinson* Chief
Engineer Fire Department, \V. Corbett;
Assistant, H.Hfiul.
Court Officials.—JihIku of   the 8u-
f>reme Court, Hon. J. F. McCratght. Itegle-
rui, W. H. T-iiliilnu; Sheriff, W.J.Armstrong.
Provincial Ofi-icehs. — Government
Agent, Cha-4, Warwick; Registrar 0/ Titles.
It. W. Armstrong: Hupt. of Provincial
Asylum, Dr. It. I. lieutk-y. Bursar of Any-
Inm, Jns. Phillips; Governor of Central
Prison, Wm. Moresby: Htowiird Royal Co
liimblmi Hospital, Clms. Dlgby; immigration Agent, Juo. Bprott; Coroner, W.
I). Ferris.
Dominion OKKiciAts.—Postmaster, J. C.
Brown: Collector of Customs, J. 8. Clute;
Warden of Penitentiary, A. H. MuBrlde;
Dominion Land Agent, II. IL w. Aikman;
Crown Timber Agent, T. S. Higginson;
Inspector of Fisheries*, Thos. Mowat.
Hemilskntatives.—Senator, Dr. T. R.
Mclnnes; House of Commons, Donald
Chisholm; Provincial Legislature, Capt,
W. N. Bole, Q. C.
MAILS CLOSE AND ARRIVE.
CLOSB
For Can. Pac. Ry.—Dally (except -Sunday
and Monday), at 12.45. and on Saturday
(for dispatch .Sunday) at 22.
For Victoria, V. I., and Western IT. H. Offices—Monday, l'.M5; Tuesday, 8.15 and 1ft;
Wednesday, 0.30; Thursday, 8.15 and 1ft;
Friday, '..aG; Salurdny,8J5.
For Vancouver, Moodyvllle and Burrard
Inlets-Dally (except .Sunday)at 8.15.
For Port Moody—Dally (exoept Sunday)
at 8.
For Ladner's Landing and Lulu Island-
Monday, 12.45; Tuesday aud Thursday
at 19.
For Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie, Surrey
Centre and -Langley Prairie—Saturday,
9.
For North Arm and Sea Island—Thursday, 13.30.
For Elgin and Mud Bay—Saturday, 12.45.
For Plumper's Pass—Monday, 12.45.
For Nanaimo (direct mall)—Tuesday, IU.
From Can. Pac. By.—Daily (except Saturday) nt 13.
From Victoria—Sunday, Tuesday and
Thursday lfl; Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday, 11.30.
From Vancouver, Moodyvllle and Burrard Inlet-—Daily (cx«ept Bunday) at lfl.
From Port Moody—Dally (except Sunday)
at 17.
From Ladner's Landing and Lulu Islnnd
—Sunday, Tuesday mid Thursday, lfl.
From Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie and
Langley Prairie—Friday, 18.
From North Arm and Sea Island—Thursday, 12.
From Elgin and Mud Bay—Saturday, 11.
From Plumper's Pass-Sunday, 16.
From Nanalmo (direct mail)—Saturday,
POST OFFJCE HOURS:
irtilg friifeh i.
1GRL
Friday i:.rnl._, mar is, isss.
SCIENTIFIC MISCELLANY.
Money Order Hours—0 to 17 dally; and
General Delivery from 9 to 19 (7 p. in.),
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; ft to
18, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays—
except when malls aro being made up or
1 LBBHT J. HILL,
A M. CAN, 8oc. O, E.
CIVIL ENGINEER,
LANDBURVKYOUnnd
DRAUGHTSMAN.
OrriCB-New Masonic Block,
dwmhlotc New Westminster.
W.
i. waives * tk..
ACCOUNTANTS, STOCKBKOKEHS,
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE nnd
OENERAI. AGENTS.
8, Bank Buildings, NewWostmliiBlor, B.C.
MClaro Rond, Halifax, Engluml.
dwmyl7tc
m t   TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Colnmbla Street, .Sew Westminster
AR commissions will receive prompt
and careful attention. Beat references
Elven when required. mhl2-to '
I           . *=*
NOTICE TO THE LADIES,
RAND BROS.
pBM. BSTATB BROKERS,
OoMT.7ane.re1 Colloetore,
AM Iaaaramea Asjeata,
Offle.1 at VICTORIA: Fort Street,
NEW WESTMINSTER! Comer
McKonzlo and Clarkson Ste.
VANCOUVER. Cordova Street.
'ROILDINQ LOTS fomaleln nil sections
of VanooUTtir and New Westminster City.
FARM LANDS of superior quality for
iale at Clillllwhnck, Port Hammond,
LanElrry, Mntsqnl, Human, Mud Bny,Lad-
ner* Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
and Pitt River.
Map. and Plane exhibited and the fnll-
tit Information furnished at all onroflleeli
rearm
WILLIAMS   BROS.
Land Agents & Surveyors.
FURS FBIPAMD. SIIBTKYSMADK
Large or Small Hums of Money Advanced
on Oood Securities, at Reasonable
Bates of Interest.
rami r.r sale ea Fraser liver, above
awl helew New Westminster.
WILLIAMS BROS, nre In oonstantcom.
MILLINERY MILLINERY
JUST    ARRIVED,
LATEST LONDON & PARIS FASHIONS
STRAW HATS iQ all Shapes.
BONNETS ofthe ^west Style.
AL80.-A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
Ribbons, Flowers, Wings, Feathers,
Hat Ornaments & Trimmings.
OaUrL   Jt-tsTT,   *H3CJ_.MI3SrjT_l.
nam* MRS. WM. RAE.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
purltyiHtrongthnndwlioIeoamciieRH. More
economical ilian the ordinary kimlK, nnd
cunnnl lm note) In onmpelllloii wltli Ihe
AU BON MARCHE
multitude of low lent, short wotght alum
or phuspluif 0 powdcra. Hold only In chub.
Royal Baking Powder Co., loo Wall at,,
Nev York. stely
TO LET:
STORE ON COLUMBIA STREET, ln
Bank of II. ('. Building.  Apply to
dmliaitc        HENRY V. EDMONDS.
FOR SALE.
a Tnoftonau-BRKD jehsry mull.
Apply to
Uwiiiy'Jml
K. MATHESON,
11. C. tannery.
FOR   SALE.
ONE-RAIiF INTKRKHTIN tlroI.ANQ-
^loy^iiw^mt l*liinli)R Mill; m'"
For pnrtltrtiinrs nwfoon _Jie
gooilonlrrr.  __......	
premium lo H. WKsT,
Or, Messrs. DRAKE. JAOKSON,
nplHUr A HELMOKEN  Vlelorln.
ginniwttnn with Intending setlloin (mm
nilnnd nnd elsewliero. irnd liovo epfiolii)
fnoillltes for efTbetlng sales.
Tbelrehnrges nre lower tlmu nny other
ngent. In the Provinoe.
.'   oFFIOEH-CornerofGriinvllleondPor-
dorm Streets, and opposite C. P. lt. Btntlon,
»anMiTer, B. «r. dnpHmt
GRADUATE OK OR0O0DE HALL,
Toronto, wauls a situation.as school
her. Oountry district prelemd. male
iryatidaddren
V. J. JOHNSTONE,
HAVING JUST  RECEIVED  A
.     MENT OF
FINE  ASSORT-
dwmrtwJ
JOHNSTONE,
rtW, St. Thomas, Out.
White  Skirts,   Chemises,
Night Dresses, Aprons,
Corset Covers, Pillow Shams. Infants' Robes & Slips, ftc,
We arc offering the entire Lot at 30 PER CENT. BELOW the
Usual Prices.
< ■
JS^" These Goods arc marked in plain figures and arc GENUINE BARGAINS.
WALKER & SHADWELL,
COLUMBIA STREET,
duyGto tyetV WcsliutaNt.fr, B. C.
Tug for Sale!
TOG BOAT76PEETI COMPOUND MA-
ohlnory, pyEastern mnhors.
Aliuly lo
,. Mnmw. BEW'ICKE A WUliFFSOHN,
djafllo Vfiiinmvi'i', B, 0.
Land for Sale,
DEINO CORNKR LOT 1(1, BLOCK 4 N,
D Riui«i)fl W., Lulu 1 mIittiil —«oiitulii 1 n»
160 mires pfPrimo FARMING LANU.BltU-
ate on n naoA roiul, nml iiliout 1?>j miles
from tlit! North nrm of Vraser River, B.C.
Prlee«*iW per neret purl cnnli nntl hnl-
liurn wllh Interest nt lOpcrooiit.
mien on I
Apply to
ilwiuli2im'J
.1. IL TODD * SON,
Viotoria, U. C.
Hotel to Lease!
rtlHH NI3W TIlltUKPTOKY BRIOK
"QUEEN'S" HOTEL,
Owner nr rTlriiieirt.*.' (*olirrnlilri SU,
Ajrply In
W.   A.  DUNCAN,
ilwfoaili- New Weslmlnsler, 11. C.
It 1ms beon calculated by Prof.
Sogers; of Washington, that the
dynamic power of a single pound of
good steam-coal is equivalent to a
man's work for one day; three tons,
for twenty years; and one square
mile of a seam of coal only four feet
thick will represent the labor of a
million men for 20 years.
. Tljij *#IM goats, tot. mtfiy J****™
known"to exist on tho 'island of
Joura, in the Grecian Archipelago,
have just been proven to be an entirely distinot speoies. Thoy are
smaller than ordinary goats, of a
dark brown color with black bands,
are remarkably strong and very
pugnacious. Unless protected, they
must inevitably become extinct in a
few years.
Tbe geological effects of ico seem
to have boen greatly exaggerated.
From personal study of living
glaciers in Norway and similar experience by others, Pref. J. W.
Spencer declares that the potency of
land-glacirrs to act as great eroding
agents, capable of "planing down
half a continent," or ploughing out
great valleys or lake-basins, or even
of greatly modifying them, is most
strongly negatived,
The Would'; _.0MMiT.-Thibet,
most of which is just becoming
known to Europeans, is divided by
Gen. S. T. Walker, of the royal geographical society, into a southern
zone, 10,000 to 12,000 feet above
the sea, containing all the towns
and villages of the settled population; a middle zone, 12,000 to 14,500
feet high, comprising the pasture
lands of the nomad Bodpas, or pure
Thibetans; and a northern zone, 14,-
000 to 17,500 feet above the sea,
partly occupied at certain seasons by
Turkic and Mongoli»n^omads, but
mostly abandoned to wild' animals.
The country is about 1400 miles
long by 600 miles wide,
A Faik of Geological Puzzles.
—The Grecian island of Oephalonia,
in the Mediterranean, contains two
rather remarkable natural phenomena. The first is a rock which
oscillates several inches to and fro
with the regularity of a pendulum,
pressing firmly ngainst a fixed rock
one moment and directly afterward
opening a space into which tho
clenched hand may be thrust. The
motion is due to some unknown
cause, having been found to be quite
independent of the sea's action. In
the other phenomenon about half a
million gallons of water daily flows
upon the land by four inlets and is
sucked into the earth. The water
has been collected in a short canal
to drive two* mills, but disappears
among the rocks, with no visible
outlet, after being thus used.
Iscubatoks fok  Infants.—Prematurely born and abnormally delicate infants are now supplied  with
artificial  mothers of   more  than
motherly tenderness,   Tho apparatus, identical with the incubator or
artificial hen for hatching chickens,
is simply a large square box warmed
by bowls of water beneath an inner
bottom.   In this, wrapped carefully
in cotton, is placed the weak babe,
so frail during its  first few  days
that the  open air  would  fatally
chill it.   With an even temperature
and a free circulation of warm   air,
secure from cold and dampness, and
with   careful  feeding,  the  infant
thrives and rapidly acquires health.
The natural mother can only watch
the growth of hor offspring through
the glass cover until the new life has
been fanned into sufficient strength
to be confided to hor keeping.     In
tho hospitals of Paris  this   system
has been for some time giving satisfactory and evon surprising results.
An AnciUnt Ship Railway.—
Long before the days  of  Ends,   or
even of steam  and  railroads,   the
feasibility of the land transport of
vessels    was   demonstrated   by   a
Venetian engineer named   Horbolo.
In 14.19, as   lately  stated   to the
Philadelphia engineers' olub by Mr.
E, L. Corthell, a fleet of some thirty
armed and provisioned vessels   was
taken overland from the  Adige to
Lako I'.irdn, to relievo the besieged
city of Brescia.   The vessels   wore
placed on cradles and  pulled   from
the water, 000 oxen being required
to bring the largest to level ground.
The fleet wus drawn in an imposing
procossion across the plain  for  30
miles, then lifted up Mount Pineda
nud lowered on the othor side  by
wiiullmrscs, and finally hauled twelve
milos farther to the lake.   One vessel wus destroyed, but the othen, as
well ns a second fleet a  year  later,
made tho passago  in  safety.   The
largest of tho vessels   were  nearly
An AmerleH lerenae filler Ordered
I. Behrl.s Sea—The Emperor latently Improved.
The apanisk Kxpeslllon a H.sn.fKre.l
Alnlr—Prolr.im Agnlast c.rrrloa.
Mlswirl Hoods.
LAST HIGHT'S DKSPATCIIKS.
COOUNO   DOWN.
. -uonbon, May 17—Tho meeting
which was held in Dublin to-night by
the Irish Roman Catholic mejiibers of
parliament (or the purpose of considering the papal Hrscripri, was * private
affair and no report of it hu been
made public. It is pretty certain,
however, from what has been learned
of its result, that a respectful protest
against Roman meddling in Irish politics was adopted and a safe course
marked out for the faithful to follow.
Tho irritation that was at fint felt in
Ireland over the rescript has subsided.
The effect of the papal document, if it
had any, has been discounted by the
feeling that has been agitated against
it. The rescript will probably not be
a very great source of annoyance to
patriotic Irishmen who also want to be
good Catholics, as its injunctions become better known. As explained by
Archbishop Walsh, it seems probable
that a Catholic Nationalist cau reconcile many, if not all) of his former
practices to a conscientious f. llowli-
of the church, ■<
"uONdon, May 17.—Eighteen families
from Lewis, consisting of 108 souls,
left Glasgow to-day for Manitoba.
Two of these families were crofters,
and 16 cottars, who bad boen squatters
on crofts. With the possible exception of a few families from Hams,
there will be no further emigration
this season under the government
scheme, The government has received
a'memorial from Froserburg asking
for aisistsnoe to emigrate fishermen
from the east coast of Scotland. The
government, however, regard the
present increment from the west coast
as the pioneer scheme upon the success
of which auy further efforts must depend.
TBE  CELESTIAL IN AVSTKiLIJ.
LoynoN, May 17.—The question of
the admission of Chinamen into Australia is daily becoming more puzzling
and annoying to the home government
The Australians have refused to admit
even Chinese who have been naturalized as British subject, at Bong Kong,
and threaten to pass a law prohibiting
any person of Ohinese birth from landing at any port in that country,
whether Lord Salisbury likes it or not.
On the other hand, the Chinese ambassador is vigorously protesting
against Ihe £10 per capita tax which is
being imposed upon Chinamen already
in the country, and Lord Salisbury
can, under the circumstances, hardly
avoid taking some definite action in
the matter, with the inevitable result
of precipitating a rupture with China,
or an Australian revolt against tho
homo government. A bill providing
for the exclusion of Ohinese in every
condition in lifo is virtually an accomplished fact, sinco it has already been
formulated, and in the presont temper
of the Australian parliament its .introduction is equivalent to its passage.
The latest advices from Australia include emphatic assurances that the
country, including the colonial government, will rebel before it will submit to the Imperial ordor to admit
Chinamen, and nobody here doubts tho
correctness of their views.
QOIKCT, HIS., i.       WffiGWpT
ins set in, aud fc     .i, S_f 7**'oh. *
 >   v,_    *- and d>>» _*
,gv, -=™ ■"» . ™? *T, ai» an.
led by water, ,™?»«dfarmn.
..hor.    Walk \*ttbtkb__Zj^
lias
weeks ago, were hid
surrounded by water.
from the shore.   Walk   *_—-jbi
weaken and in somep **• aire eli
settled or fallen.
GREATLY   IMMM. >t>^
Berlin, May 18.—tho '.mSiittJ _.
dition of the emperor rjQntSroes™ 52.
fresh air and exercise,_ yesterday h*J
suoh excellent effect on his hMlfth »•
spirits that the dootoi.* Intend tfall °*
well, to allow him ill • W dan i W
< in the palace gBWndL  " ** "Im
nio
lew
walks 1
San Fsaotisco, May lft-iR; i. „
ported in commercial circle? _h2.IT
firitsh Columbia P«k|J"(^*J»"»
involved through the f_ii{„ *f »Tv
150 feet long, and 40 feet -vvidft,
  -lUllULJLi-
Jqb printing of all kinds nuatly done
ui tho Columbian otlko. Prtoei will be
fomid an low as at aav other ollioc ln
t,.- provinoe.—Adt,
Children Cryfor PtehtfiCwtoria
the corrmenT QUESTION.
London, May 17. — Sir Michael
Hicks- Beach, replying yesterday to a
deputation Irom tho chamber of commerce who presented an address in
reference to the American Copyright
Bill, said the proposal to do justice to
English authors would not have gone
so far as it had if it had not been
coupled with a protective proposal in
the American labor interest. Since
tho proposal was evidently made to
got tho trado of England to America,
the latter was likely tn receive English
representations ngainst it. If tho deputation preferred to hnve no copyright
legislation rather than tn submit to
such a measure, then their proposal
would bo considered. The deputation,
however, did nut mako this demand.
lltUTimi S111KIUA.
Liimtiis. May 17.—Au informal do-
bate was raised in tlio house of commons
to-night on a motion to reduce the sccro*
tary for Scotland's salary, as a protest
by the Scotch Radicals, who heartily
condemned the government for neglecting tho renl cause of the distress fn the
Higlrlauds, namely the crofters' need of
tho land now a deer forest. They denounce the present scheme as an exportation to tiro British Siberia. Tlie
lord advocate warmly resented the attack and evory experience of Scotchmen
in Manitoba proved that the country wss
admirably adapted for the people who
were only too anxious to emigrate. The
only dlUeulty was to make a suitable
selection from tho lsrge number of applicants. The government was convinced
that the emigration was essential. The
motion was defeated by a vote of 88 to
37. The whole question will be raised
ou the £10,000 vote after the recess.
A   IIAMl'Ell ON LOTTERIES.
Montreal, May 17.—Mr. Meroier
hns issued a circular letter to the newspapers explaining the law in regard to
advertising lotteries and announcing
the intention ef the government to
prosecute sny piper, that continue
to advertise them, lt ia taken for
granted that this applies to tho colonization lottery of whieh Oure La-
boll, new deputy minister ef agriculture, was the promoter.
Holloway's Corn Cure destroys all
kinds of corns and warts, root and
branoh. Who then would endure them
with such a cheap and cA-ectnal remedy
within roach t
—-™™. » mj, wno nave been carrynw
them through for some time. The 1ml.
quarters of the company are in thb citr
and it Is stated that the eenuv's ba-
bffitles are from fifty UwusanSto sixty
thousand dollan,
ORDERED to BEHRDIo's SEA.
Washinoton, May ia—Olden bave
been issued from the treasury department to the captain of the revenue
cutter Bear to proceed to the vicinity
of the seal islands and perform h_
usual duty of arresting all y-^.1. r™
-g oea.
SHIP LOST.
New York, May 18.—Tha American ship Continental, bound hence for
Calcutta, is lost She was east away
on Palmyra reef and totally destroyed.
She was a vessel of 1683 tons and wan
commanded by Captain Gilkey.
TBI SPANISH EXPOSITION.
Barcelona, May 18.—The Spanish
exposition will be opened on Sunday.
Preparations are Being made oo •
grand scale, The United States is represented by the American minister and
entire legation from Madrid aad
Amorican consuls from all parts of
Spain. All the foreign fieets nave arrived and the concourse of visitors ia
enormous. The Queen Regent held a
grand levee to-day in honor of the
king. The gates of the Hotel St
Ville were thrown open to tha publio
and thousands of people of 'ill elaasei
attended. Seventy men of war ia the
harbor are all decorated and the spec-
taole is magnificent
CONFEDERATES IN THE O.A.R.
Philadelphia, May 18.—Col. Ma-
gee, commander of the department of
1'ennysylvaniaG.A.R., haa iaaWd a
general order, taking to task X. O.
Baker, past No. 8, for its action la
electing Joe Johnston, a confederate
commander, a contributing member.
He says: "Contributing honorary aad
associate memberships are without
authority of the law, and In conflict
with rules and regulations."
PASSENOER UST.- : .'•':.J8**
San Francisco, May 18.—Paaaen-
gen per str. Mexico tor Victoria:
O. Nathan, G. Promis, Mrs. Barry,
P. F. Berry man, H. Jacoby, Mis*
Wallace, W. McNamee and daughter,
Miss McOillia, F. 8. Nixon, Mis.
Bornstr. in, J. O. Rowley and wife,
Miss Lenevue, F. J. Masters, Mis*
Williams, Mrs. H. J. Edson.
VURI1ER  AND SUICIDE.
Dcnlap, Iowa, May 18.—last night
Thos. Jones shot his wife, from whoa
he had been separated. He waa pursued by a mob who sent a bullet through
bis head, inflicting a fatal wound.
SWALLOWS EASILY.
Berlin, May 18. —A bulletin thia
morning says the emperor ia without
fever and the difficulty he experienced
in swallowing has nearly disappeared.
TO EXPLORE GREENLAND.
Stockholm, May 18—Dr. Frltaof
Manseu, with four Norwegians aod
two Laplanders, haa atarted for Ones-
laud to explore the east coast
A BONAFAanST SCHEME.
Paris, May 18.-The BooaputUI
group in the chamber of deputise hare
resolved to combine with the right la an
effort to bring about a dissolution of parliament.
railway fioi-ru.
Ottawa, Out., May 18.—The aovera-
incuts railway statistics for ib year
onding .Inly 1st shows the increased traffic to be greater than ia any previous
Soar. Tire increase amounts tofS.SOO.
[ilea of railway completed, 12,832; esfi-
tal paid,Hi83,773,C30: net earning., Ill,-
227,000.
A radical row-row.
Losdon, May 18.—The council ef the
Lllrenil-Radioal Union, ef London, haa
decided to hold a great misting at (H.
James' Hull, on June "tli, to protest
against the coercion act and the govwn-
meut's treatment of political pnsooen.
Morley will preside. The Lord Mayor
refuses to lend the Ouild Hall for a public discussion on tbe country's dsfstuee.
He believes that a strong feeling exists,
and that this discreditable agitation haa
already gono too far.
lack or evidence.
Los Anoeles, Cal., May 18,—Tha
supreme court to-day dismissed the Indictment against C. A. Buckley, tha
well known democratic politician,
oharged with conducting a dock game,
because of lack of erid.no..
FIVE   MILES WIDE.
Fayettenille, Ark., May 18.—It
has rained incessantly hare for thi lut
thirty-six houn and White Hirer, aa
unusually peaceful atnam, ia now a
rushing torrent five miles wide.
DESOLATED IY FLOODS.
Quincy, HI., May 18.-The Oood
situation this aftornoon is spelling. 0a
the embankment of the river huadreda
of cattle, hones and hogs an gathered
and are without feed, while across bk
ths opposite bluf an aeen hundreds of
men, women and childnn, desolate,
forlorn and despairing. Many an destitute and many an suffering for food.
CMIdran (tyfe l-Wj(b|g|
pt*X   ii]p:\jt,.i,.r. failg ftitwh Gwltiibi
Friday Evenlu. Mar IS. ISSS.
Bridge, Canal and Elver.
In a communication which appeared In this paper the other day
respecting threo schemes of public
improvement, it was suggested that
the provincial government ought to
build the bridge, and the Dominion
government should dig tbo Mud Hay
canal and deepen tho Fruser. Our
correspondent is very nearly correct
in theory. One could scarcely expect the -provincial government to
build a $300,000 bridge across the
Fraser at this city, although it
might fairly be asked to contribute
something towards a scheme that
would be of such great public benefit. The federal government has
been urged for years to undertake
the canal, but has given no sign of
its intention to do so, and we think
there is very little hope from that
quarter. It follows, therefore, that
although theoretically our correspondent may be correct, if we are
to wait until the governments un-
. dertake these works we shall become
gray without seeing them completed.
If a man cannot persuade or force
his neighbor to join with him in
constructing a line fence, he will
hire to put it up at liis own expense
or suffer damage. We nre very
much in that position with respect
tothe schemes mentioned.
:    The Papal Bcscvipt.
Irishmen have not yet recovered
ftoni the consternation produced by
the pope's circular touching the plan
of campaign. Nothing could be
more evidently just than tho view
taken by his holiness on the questions afl'ectrd by his decision. Boycotting, as practiced in Ireland, is
unquestionably both unjust and
cruel. But boycotting has been
found one of the most effective
weapons in the hands of the patriots,
and the prospect of being deprived
of it is nnything but congenial. It
must be admitted that the circuin-'
stances, of Ireland are peculiar, but
how far their peculiarity may be
successfully pleaded in justification of
the methods employed by the league
is i_ question upon which doctors
of ethics might widely differ. If the
common interpretation of the papal
rescript bo maintained, the effeot of
it will be to. weaken the influence of
Rome among the Irish people. A
disposition is said to have been
manifested lately to qualify and explain away the obnoxious phases of
this official.order, but it is not yet
known whether these modifications
have the authority of the head of
the ohurch. Whatever may be the
final result, Irishmen will probably
find the pope firmly opposed to the
unlawful and cruel practices of
which a: certain section of the league
has been guilty, and every one will
rejoice at the restraint thus imposed
upon lawlessness.
Hirer improvements.
It is to be hoped that no time
will be lost iu arranging forthe commencement of work at the mouth of
Fraser Kiver. We have this year
1520,000 to be expended in that
work. Tho sum is entirely insufficient, but nevertheless the judicious
expenditure of it ought to make a
substantial improvement in the
navigation of the river. Many of
us hoped that tho appropriation
would be at least 950,000. The
work is more important than any
other federal work under contemplation in this province; and considering its importance und the urgent
reasons why it should be hastened,
there was good'ground for expecting
a large appropriation. But it seems
the government gave the $50,000 to
Columbia River, and cut off the
Fraser with ?20,000, for reasons
which at present do not appear.
Neither the trade nor tho interests
of that portion of Columbia River
lying within this province are worth
considering a moment along side of
thoae of the Fraser. The Fraser is
the gntt provincial waterway, having along its shores the great fishing,
lumbering and agricultural interests
which are among our most valued
resources. Situated on it is also the
oity. whicli is destined within a
period not now far distant to become the greatest commercial and
manufacturing city in British Colombia. But it is too late this year
to look for an increase in the appropriation, or to endeavor to shift
from the less important stream the
950,000 which, of right, belongs to
the more important. We must
either make the most of the appropriation as it stands, or we must
supplement it by a municipal grant,
or by private contributions. Possibly the owners and prospective ownen of large mills oh the Fraser, ns-
Sistod by the .canneries and lucked
ap by the municipalities, might put
tip tbe other 1.30,000 either as a
temporary advance to be repaid next
year, or as a bonus, ahd in this way
the river improvements might be
carried..fcrwuro this year to such u
atate of eompletion as would make
it pOMfble tor all classes of vessels
tja nqK-li this city. If this- cannot
Iw done, we think tke city ought at
Ey| id watoli carefully the expenditure ef tke appropriation as it
standi. It ought to see, first, that
the whole »m i» expended as quick-
■fc*.*W*v; *-'"
-SUM
ii^-fossiblo, anti, sqif
t*/fl£ii**!fjfl^^uch i
the best results.
Lute Uniifl%n News.
Spkisohill Mixes, N.S.,Mayl3.—
Fire occurred in thu south slope this
morning, and for a timo looked serious. The flames were eventually subdued nnd no serious result is anticipated.
Hamilton, May 13.—Lizzie King,
aged 4, drank carbolic acid, carelessly
left on the table. Sho was terribly
burned and* is not likely to recover.
BtooMPiELD, May 13. — Marshall
Bros', flour mill waa burned this morning. Loss $10,000; partially covered
by insurance.
Collinqwood, May 12, —Natural
gas has been discovered horo at a depth
of 130 foet.
Montreal, May 15.—With the
Government assumption of the Luke
St. Poter debt, tho Montreal Harbor
Commissioners will at onco proceed
with a comprehensive scheme tu givo
increased harbor facilities which will
include additional frontage,.for seagoing vessels for about two miles.
TonouTO, May 15.—The body of a
young girl named Bertha Usher, was
found lying at the bottom of tho stairs
in a houso of ill-fame this afternoon
with her neck broken. A notorious
rough, Tom Buckley, was found in
the houso and arrested on the charge
of murder.
The remains of Archbishop Lynch
wore removed last night to .Ot. Michael's
cathedral and laid iu state. There
-were 2,500 people in the funeral procession, and 25,000 persons of all creeds
witnessed it.
N. McRae, Wyebridge, writes: "I
have sold large quantities of Dr. Thomas* Eclectrio Oil; it is used for colds,
sore threat, croup, kc, and in fact for
any affection of the throat it works like
magic* It is a sure euro for burns,
wounds aud briiiBes."
Perfect Hair
Indicates a natural and healthy condition of tho scalp,*and ot tho glandi
through which nourishment is obtained.
When, in consequence of ago and disease, the hair becomes weak, thin, and
gt&y, Ayer's Hair Vigor will strengthen
it, restore its original color, promote its
rapid and vigorous growth, and impart
to it the lustre and freshness of youth.
I have used Ayer's Hair Vigor for a
long time, and am convinced of its
value. When I was 17 years of ago my
hair began to turn gray. I commenced
using tho Vigor, and was surprised at
the good effects it produced. It not
only restored tho color to my hair, but
so stimulated its growth, that I have
now more hair than ever before.-*
J. W. Edwards, Coldwater, Miss.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
Bold by ull Druggista and Perfumers.
Ir tou AitE suFFEnrso from debility
and loss of appetite; it your stomach ia
out of ordor, or your mind confused;
take Ayer's SarsapariUa. This medicino
will restore physical force and elasticity
to the system, more surely and speedily
than any tonic yet discovered.
For six months I suffered from liver
and stomach troubles. My food did not
nourish mo, and I became weak and
very much emaciated. I tooksix bottles
ot Ayer's Sarsapavilla, and was cured.
—J. M. Palmer, Springfield, Mass. tt
Ayer's SarsapariUa,
Prtnared by Dr. J.O. Aver &Co.,Lowel)-. Haas.
Sold ly Druggists.   Price $1; six lotllti, $i.
TENDERS
WILL BE REOEIVED OP TO NOON
ol tlm •'lilli Hay for (he erriclion
BRICK  CHURCH,
"With Stone Foundation, for tlie Congregation of St. Andrew's.
Plant) and specifications can be Been at
the offlco of Q. W. Grant and T. J. Trapp
& Co.
Tbe lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted, dmyltltd
t OOO*0
AMONG THE NEW
Stock that wo have
1*ust received, you will find
/iiiliea' Fr. Kid Congress,
E width; Oil Goat Uuttou
lloots, high cut; and we
have a French Kid Button
Hoot for $3.
Men's, Women's, Misses'
and Children's Hoots, Shoes
ami Slippers always in
stock.
We havo pint received a
new lot of Wigwam Slippers.
Call ami see our Stock.
GRANT & MACLURE
COLUMBIA STREET,
wrmmliimcr, B.C.
rlwmylOtc
SLIPPERS
PORT HAMMOND
NURSERY
Frnlt Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits
And GARDKN STOCK on hnnd in grent
variety.
Everything Hrst-class and furnished In
good shape.
mt. Semi J3 ets. for valuable BO-piipn Dc-
ncrlptiveOnlnlDgne wltli 0 lipmillful colored plates. Prlco hinU sent free,
a W. HENRY,      .
dwdelSta Port Hammond, II. C.
CHILLIWHACK
CAMP MEETING!
THE ANNUAL CAMP MEETINO IN
cnnnpr'tlon with thn Mirlhoillrrt Church
will IB, V.) Inr liolU on the cnrapOraonil,
Clllllhvllirl'k, laililliii'lililllK
Thursday, May Sist, I SHS.
rtrmtma wlnlilnff itnt* will iileftifo com-
mririlcnle Willi Uciirgir ClmUsi-y, Emi., Human. Thirrtr will Iw n tinnrilliiK tern on
tho groundi wlinr_ meiilr. mny Iw liml nt
nriiHiiiinlil!' rnlca.
Ilchels Inr tlio rollrii!   trip, to Clillll-
whuck mul return, Mill lonil during Ml*
OMltlmnUloll ol Dm ineiltlnK. mnv ho lind
(torn tno Ci ll. S. Co, lor ono fnll fare.
dwmynttl
11. inuring N..I1) Done.   Cork Sol.
Work a Siituli.lt J-.
iMrOrilen, promptly attended to.
clarkio_.st.__in roar of Coltinlnl Hotel, nextWHpidBros.'oltlce.  dnolto
Important Notice!
ALL BOOK ACCOUNTS DUE TO MB
MUST he settlPd forthwith, cither by
chsIi or note. Thin Is positively neeeHsnry
to savo expenses, us the business must ho
wound Up futility Hotel}.
* 0, G. MAJOK.
New West., May 15,1888. (ftmyl5tc
3fcTOTXC:
NOTICK IS HEREBY IHVBN THAT
wo have made  application to the
Minister of the Interior for V license to
cut timber on  tlio following Dominion
Lnnds, vJ».i
West \7, of R. 13. % Section fi, nnd
En«t;i of H.W. U Section 5, Township
18, District of Now Westm In ster.
BRUNETTE SAW MILL CO. (Ld.),
dap27ml       "  H. L. DeBeck, Manager.
Notice to Ratesayers
A COURT OF REVISION A APPEAL
will bo hold nt tiro COUNCIL CHAMBERS on
THURSDAY, 31st INSTANT,
At .1 o*eiock p. m., when all complaints,
irrinliist Uiu nnscssniHit for 18*8 will lie
heard mid determined.
By order,
dmyltd
1. A. ROBINSON,
0. M. C.
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, MAY 20th
nnd until further notlco, tho Sunday
train service Iretwcen New Westminster
nnd Vancouver will lie resumed, leaving
Woslnilnster nt snnd m.:Wo*clo(rk,arriving ln Vancouver nt (T.17 and 17.40 unlock,
leuvo Vancouver nt UIO, 13 nnd 18.31IO'-
clock. arrlvliiK in Westminster nt IS, 11.80
and 10.10 aMlo'ek. Tralii Iron! Westminster to tho junctlon'lenve'&t'l8.2B o'clock,
ns usual, to connect with tho Atlantic Express for Montreal,
(Signed),   ■       H. ABBOTT,
Gen'l Sup't.
Vancouver, Muy 15,1888. dmyl5t7
THIS SPACE IS RESERVED
 FOR	
ii
English Spectacles!
dapJOlc
NOTICE,
To Claimants of Land, in New Westmin-
stir District, which was formerly Reserved wider the Provisions of Ihe "Sumas
Vylvig Act, 1S78,
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
.-a Commissioner will visit Chllllwlinck about iho first week in Juno for
tho purposo of holding inquiries nnd
taking evidence in nl) eases of disputed
claims to lnnd. Pen»nns who nro interested nre hereby notified to bo prepared
with tlielr evidence ut tlio time mentioned.
F. G. VEKNON,
Chief Commissioner of Lands A Works.
Lands and Works Department,
Victoria, B, C, 10th May, 1888.
dwmyl2w8
NOTICE TOTAX-PAYERS,
Assessment Act & Provincial
Kevcmic Tax.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN, In (tc-
cordance with the Statutes, that,
Provincial Revenue Tax and all Taxes
levied under tlie Assessment Act are now
due for tho year 1888. AU of the above
mimed Taxes collectible within the District of Now Westminster aro payable Bt
my ofllce.
Assessed Taxes  are cotleutible at tho
following rates, viz.:—
If paid on or before juft'8 Mill, tf'SS-
l'rovlnclnl Revenue, $:i.U) pereiipttn.
Onc-lmlf of one per cent, on Real Property,
Seven and one-half cents nor acre on
Wild Land.
Ouc-thlrd of ono per cent, on Personal
Pi 0 pert y.
One-half of one per cent, on Income.
If paid aftor Juno anii, 1883-
Two-thlrusof onoporcent.ou Real Property.
Eight and one-half cunts per ncrcon
Wild Land.
One-half nf one per cent, on Personal
Properly.
Three-fourths of one per cent, nn Income,
C. WARWICK.
Assessor nud Collector,
Now Wostminster, May Pith, 1888.
dwmyl2tljo:W
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE,
28th March, 1888.
Tho folio-win***: telegram from His Excellency the Governor-General to His Honour tho 'Lien tenant-Hover nnr, In reply to
a telegram from His Honour, stating that
it was understood that parties fitting out
(or Behring's Hen wero arming for llio
purposo of resisting seizure, is published
for goneral Information.
JNO. ROBSON,
Provlnclnl Secretary.
TELEGRAM.
Ottawa, S7tli March, IBB*.
To Ll KPTKNANT-t InVKItNOU
OF RltlTlIn! C'OLUNMA,
VICTOUIA.
Yonr Government should Issue public
notice cautioning personsgolngoti Sealing
expeditions to refrain from assertion of
their rights by force, nnd from taking on
board arms nnd ammunition In excess of
their usual requirements. The whole
matter Ik engaging the attention of Her
Majesty's Government and formstho subject or diplomatic negotiations now in
progress. Any Intemperato action ln the
meanwhile would bo most detrimental to
British Columbian Interests and might
lead, to serious complications and be
followod by grave consequenoeN to those
concerned.
[Signed), 1 LANMDOWNK
HIGH  SCHOOL
Entrance Examination!
11HE SEMI-ANNUAL EXAMINATION
of applicants for entrance to a High
School will be hold in the Centra I School
Building, New Westminster, on
Wednesday, May 30th,    _
Commencing at tl a, m,
Candidates must be punctmil.
H. 1). POPE, '
dmyfltd Supt, of Education.
Loan Office!
MONEY   LOANED
On Watches, I'lstolri, Plato, or Gotitln of
Any UiiBcl-lptloll.
Soeoml-Ilitiul Furniture
BOUGHT A SOLD.
ADVANCES MADE
On HoriBoliold GoodH or Property of
uny kind.
Lots! Lots! Lots!
Building Lots sold ln any part of the Town
on Monthly Installments to suit Purchasers.   No Interest chrtrged.
All business strictly confidential.
-•wgivr.T.A TVT XCJBXX>*F
AUCTIONEER
FRONT STREET,
f Next Door to Caledonia Hotel.
dwmySto
TEN GRATES & CASES
•— or—
CROCKERY
 USD	
GLASSWARE
JUST AERIVED FROM THE EAST.
Plain White Ironstone China
IN ALL  LINKS.
Eiirtlicnwnrc Flower Pots in nil
rai/cn.
Full assortment of NEW GLASSWARE
cheap.
C. J. ROB80N.
dmy2tc
Jersey Milk!
HAVING   RECENTLY  IMPORTED
HERD OF HIGH-GRADE
I AM NOW PREPARED TO DELIVER
ANYWHERE IN THIS OITY, EITHER MORNING OR EVENING,
RICH JERSEY MILK,
Which I Guarantee to bo us Pure us it
Comes from the Cows.
IWA11 orders left at tho Hiores of
Messrs. WOLFENDEN, IT. M.CUNNINGHAM A CO. und AU.STIN will receive
prompt attention.
diuhliJtc THOMAS CUNNINGHAM.
20PIANOS&ORGANS20
On 1 he Way.   Will Soon ho Here.
THE GREAT KTEflt MAS© HAS AB-
rlvedl!! The "ACME" of Pianos!!!
Tho matchli'SH Itorkcr A Nun rimio. Also,
the great improved and iirllHtlc llonil-
nlmi. the best CHiindlitn-miule Piano.
KoillMli A -TlirlHlj- I'lniHM. W, W. Kimball ami Ohleiigo COTTAGE ORGANB,
sold on montblv payments, from $10 to
$26 per month. New Pianos for rent, and
rent applied If purchased. Tuning nnd
■rpnirlni.
II. PETERS,
"Colonist" Itulldlng, Government SL,
dwnplOtc Vlctorln, fi. C.
MACHINERY
HAVING LATELY INCREASEDOUR
connection In the Enst and else-
whero very considerably, we are in a position (o uive prices 011 any elassof Machinery thut mny be required, including:
Marine nnd Stationary Engines und Boilers, Planers, Matchers and Moulders,
lhiKX Pinners, Wood Lathes, llund
Saws, Itlijiil Machinery, Gauge
> Lut lies, Shaping Machines,
Shingle Machines, Lath
AiJichlnes A Hollers,
Two, Threo nnd Four Block Clrculnr Saw
Mills, Bund Nuw Mills, Portable Engines and   Midlers   anil   Hoisting
Engines,   Also, Tohn Hurt rum
A Sons'   and  The London
•      Tool Co.'s Iron Working
Machinery.
Brick Machines and Crushers of cither
tho Martin or Baird mako.
Mill Supplies of all descriptions, Includ-
ing Circular Saws, Solid or Insorted
Teeth, Lubricating OIN, Rubber and
Leuther Bolting, which we carry lu
slock,
Steam Pumps of the Blake, Davidson or
Knowles muke also on hand.
M-'Avity-'B Patent Boiler Feeders supplied
on short notice, as well as Paints and
Oils, Axes nnd Edge Tools of the eele-
brutcd Broad make, 'Vlro Hope, Plumbers and steam Fitters Supplies, Ae.
Wo nro sole agent* In this Province for
tbe JOHN DOTY Engine Co-y, whose
Murine work cannot be excelled, ns outfits wc have furnished horo will testify,
FRASER TTlEONARD,
II., •*. P. »irwi.*il»(rt Uur,
VANCOUVER, B, 0,
Owttllte
New West mills! or Southern
Huilwny.
AyiEETlNQ DP SUBSCttiBERS TO
„    ■   llre'ta|illal.._lool_ fit tbeN. W.4S.
H. R.W111 bulield ut theiromceit, Mimonlc
Hluok, on Minuby, Jim.- lilt, inn*, at 8
p. mi, for .tan prifjwiniol etatlng directors.
T.'J. TRAPP,.
,     ,   ,        WM.McCOIX,
Uiu.vHtd Provisional Directors.
Land ReKlslrj Ordinance, 1871),
Lot No. li, Block XII, and Lot No. 2,
Block XXUI, iliithe-Gltyof NewWtrt.
minster.
A CERTIFICATE OF INBEFBASIBLE
_r\ fltle to the aliive-montleiied I^ts
will belssliial toAloxanilorEwononthe
Klh ilny or May, I8a_l, unless ln tlio meantime!* valid objection tlutTH'o lietnmleto
tlio iinili'rsiiiiied In ■wrlilng. by some person clalmlne an estate or interest lit unlet
laols or some part tliercnr.
It. W. ABMSTHONO,
. „   . .    „ .     Urrpnty Heaistrar.
Land Rcnlstry Olltce, '
New Westminster, aist Feb., 1888.
dre_lm8
JUST ARRIVEJ
PerC. P. R.,
THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF
English,.' French, Scotch
and Irish
SUITINGS
Ever Shown In Now Westillinster.
West of England Broadcloths
and Doeskins and Fancy
Trousering.
J. S. MANSON,
Columbia St., Opp. McKenzie St.,
NEW WESTMINSTER,B.C.
tlapl3Ur
C. C. WOODS,
LAUD SURVCYOB.
A. 0. CMHLE,
Notary Public
WooliiTiraSyis
LAND SURVEYORS,
Real Estate, Insoranes, rinaneial Agents
AND COKtVKYANCERS.
^.O-ZIXTTS   FOE
MWB«-Tha Western of ToroiiUvTho JEt-
nu, Tho Oily of Lontlon, nml Tho Hartford. '   .
LIFE.—The New York Ll/o Insurance Co.
U*lOE-Vr.-Tliu Travelers' of Hartford.
Land Surveying In all its brunches accurately unit piomptly curried out.
City nitil Suburban f-autls for Anlr. I Wo
cun show ii complete list of desirable localities.
Farm I nc LaiitlH. Improved and unimproved, thiM-iinfliuii; th« distrlcl.
mtnliiBand nlln-rSlork bought & sold.
.Iloiiry In Loau on lirst niorlgngo at low
rntes.*
Telei'Iionk Call No. D3.
P. O. DltAWEll W.
WOODS, TURNER A GAMBLK,
Offici, tyiAK't Buck,   •  Columiia Street
NEW WESTMINSTER
Until Hla
PAOIPIC
Carriage Works!
COLUMBIA STRilETi. '
Hfcw Westminster, B. €.
REID & CURRIE
PROPRIETORS.
MANUPACTUnBBS A iMl'OHTKllfl OK
OEMOIKATS.
DRAYS,   CART8,
And all .srii'to of Vehtelcs.
Ploughs, Steel, Iron & Wooden
Harrows   Agricultural
Implements, Ac
Wo havo nlso a large Stock of
CARRIAGE & WAGON  MATERIAL,
Which we will sell at the Lowest
Possible)   Prices,
' Comimuhing:
Hardwood, Wheels (patent k homo-
made), Shafts, Polos, Hubs, Spokes,
Rims, Neclc Yokes. Single Trees, and all
kinds of Hunt Good*-*.
CARRIAGE HARDWARE,
Springs, Axles, Circles, King Bolts,
Clips, Steps, aud everything required for
Carriage Building.
BLACKSMITHING.
We would sperliilly call tho attention of
tho Public In our HlackismithliiK Department. We employ tho very best of Workmen and we Import all our Iron, Hteel,
nnd other material: coi)KOiiuetitly,wecnn
tin better, both In prices nml quality of
work, than any other Hhop on the Mainland of British Columbia.
Estimate* given on Iron Work,and con-
tracts taken for any kind of work.
fr'armer*' A Lnntjin' HnppIlM kept on
hand, rcndy-miide. Chains, Hooks. Dot;
Monks, HlnckH, Hlmckles, Hteel and Iran
Wedges, Mall Rings, Ox Yoke Staples,
Clovicci-ijHInglotrec irons, Iron A Steel
Harrow Teeth, Harrow Hinges, etc,
All kinds of Repairs executed on short
notice.
Iron, Hteel, Clinln, Coal, and ull ktndi
of material aold, wholesale or retail.
•wcall and inspect oar Stock nnd obtain our prlees boforo ordering elsewhere
and you will save money by It,
■VOrdors by mall promptly attended to.
AwitWo RIID&OURRII.
Misses Carr & McRae
(LAIS OF SEATTLE)    ..
FASHIONABLE 0RESSJ1AKEB5
At the #on Marche,
ColnmblaSt.,     -     Now WsstnilnirUr.
Ageuta/ortlm Mctrulw Hanaitve Conrt.
ilaprintiT
AnENTSi T. N, H1BBEN & GO,, Victoria.
ilwoirSyl
BECKETT & CO.
Brick Manufacturers,
BUILDERS AND
BRICK-YARDS! IMrlllonM.
OFFICES! crnirr Calonlbla aad Maty
Sin.. Now Wmmlumer.     tlwmhlllto
c. Mcdonough
HAVING TAKEN
Lundbom's Balldlng, Front St.
{Formerly occupied by Kyle A Tllton),
IS   NOW READY
lo servo hla customers and everybody
wilh as Kootl a stook aB a man wanta to
select from.
Dry   Uitoils,   Groceries,   ProvlkloMs,
Crorkerj-, -Klaitsware, Booti, die.
Oome and see the new place, and tet us
know what you thlek of It.
dwociou: c. Mcdonough.
NOTICE.
SITTINGS OF THB COUNTY COURT
of Cariboo wilt be held:
At LUlooet, on Wednesday, 30th May,1888.
At Clinton, on Wednesday, 18th June,l888.
At IGO-Mlle House, on Thursday, 28th
June, 1883. -
At Soda Creek, on Saturday, 80th June,
1888.
At Rtchflcld, on Friday, 6th July, 1888.
By Command.
JOHN ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Olflae,
Iflth April, 1888. dapSXKd
I
3STOTICB."
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ls«:lpofri'rini,'h liounty of two 	
llfty oonls (82."iO) per bead for every wolf or
panther killed In n settled district In this
rrovinee hns hucn rcseimle.!, mul that on
and after the date hereof (ho sum of flvo
dollars ($5.00) will be paid for every wolf
or'panther killed In n settled district, on
the eertUU-alr* of h Justice of tho Pence
that suoh animal wns killed In a settlement, and that the head was produced to
and destroyed by him.
By Command.
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Otllce,
2nd May, 1888. * .dmy-Jml
W. E. FALES,
PRACTICALJINDERTAKER.
Embalming a Specialty.
Dealer lu Wooden anil Metatlc B«r-
lalCaiketi. FimeraUCoiiducU*,
A full lino of Coffln Trimmings always on
band. Parties at a distance supplied at
shortest notice. Satisfaction guaranteed in evory particular.
Uwocitc        Columbia St. Newwest'r.
CHORAL UNION!
Will be (liven 111 Uio
ODDFELLOWS HALL
AS FOLLOWS*!
Tuesday, May 15tli 1
Mondelssohn's Hymn of Praise, and
•Stainur's Daughter of Jairus.
Tuesday, Slay -SSnd t
Miscellaneous Concert—Songs of  All
Nations.
Monday, May iSSIli i
LAD1K3' CONCERT-Pergoloiiy Sta-
bat Mater; Meudelsshon's Three Mo-
tetts; Caldecott's Khino Legend.
ADMiasiON,60CENTS;Reserved Seats,
75 ots.  Reserved seats for the Threo Concerts, ONK I10LLAK.     Tli'kt'tH OU  Sttlfl lit
Messrs. D. Lyal A Co.'n. dmy7td
MANITOBA
Flour & Feed
STOfiB,  .
EWEN'SGANNERY BUILDING
Car. Columbia & Begbie Ste.,
WESTMINSTER.
J. HIND,
tMl'OHTKR ADD IIKAMH III
Flour, Feed
AND DAIRY PRODUCE.
CALL A EXAMINE GOODS * PRICES.
imhtm.
MAJOPPRSON,
Real Estate Brokers   aud
Financial ijlgents.
AGENTS VOt
Confederal Uu Lire Askorlutlun of Tor-
' ;.. onto.
North Rrlllfili Mercantile and Ciutirdlnu
Fire luMurancc t'ouipHHlea.
wr Valuable Lots for sale ln the City
and District of Westmlnstor; rind choice
Lots ln tho City of Vancouver.
Persons wishing to buy or sell city or
rural property should communicate wllh
UN.
Offices: McKenale 8t, Westminster,
and HaatltigH St., Vancouver,     dwaplflte
Jersey Bull,
THOS. CUNNINOHAM,
HAVING LATELY IMPORTED A fi
year-old
Thoroughbred Jersey Ball)
Haa decided to stand him for the benetK
of those wishing to Improve their Stock.
For terms apply to
II. M. CUNNINGHAM 4 CO.,
dapUte Columbia Street,
M.A.McRAE.
Merchant Tailor,
WISHES TO IKFOBM  THE PEOPLE
OP NEW WESTMINSTER THAT HE
IS PREPARED   TO EXECUTE
ALL ORDERS FOB
TAILORING
A FULL LINE OF
English, Scotch and Irish
Tweeds and  Fancy
Trouserings.
SCOULLAR'S OLD 8TAND
Columbia St.,   •   Nkw WuBTMiKSTirn.
dwmliffitc
GUARDIAN
Insurance Com'y
OP LONDON, ENG.
Total Funds, $18,000,0
ESTABLISHED  1841   '
Risks Taken at Rates!
as Low as any other
Reliable Comp'y.
T. R, PEARSON,
3SrOK,TE[
0 0 2H£¥>j£±2i-"Z-
Capital, $3,000,000;   losse.-,
Paid, 148,000,000
E«tni>ii»i>ea mm*»*»
Rates as Low as any other.
Company doing' Business
in British Columbia.
tr Kblu promptly taken, and Louse ■
■atUtaotorily adjnited. |
T. R, PEAI\80N,     1
ConMeration Lifei
ASSOCIATION,
finaranlr-c Capital *.
..*1,«M|0H
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada ;
A home"company,
This Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:-
The Security offered to polley holders is
niuurpaMed liy any Company doing bnsl-
ness In Canada,
Ithasnoscheniesof insurance, but the
well-estftbllshed lines, hence tha policy
Y vlders oannot fco misled as to tliofr contract*, ,      ._....-!.,  	
n Iia itatemenWtd the pnbilc oan be readily understood, (tn eaah statement ihqw*'
liis etery Item of Income and how eipen-
ded.     ,..*.,      '.-,* *   i .-
Its position is ascertained annually from
a detailed valuation In which overy Item
of liability Is included, ; , <>
Its progress has been unexampled In
the hrstory of Insurance in Canada,
Ita policies are Indisputable after three
years, and non-forfeltaule after two yean'
existence.     . ..<■
Ita proflta are distributed upon an eqult-,
able oasis. The profits to one class of
policy holders are not lesaaned i to givo
larger proflta to any other class, which
method affbrds superior advantages orer *
tbe uniform bonus plan of diatrtbutlon,   ,
Ukeral Conlllltai M Io
TttftU
3.K. MaeDONALD,
Managing Director,
Aitnt, Nnr W«lmlntt»r
'•7-tmo-«lUm»M. A
t* fJAfelr-lfi Wt WUIWF»A0B>;,*
The Chnracter Generally Drawn DponlMo
Vnmlstakablo Uttei»'     !"*"* *
An extract from an Eastern exchange
lately published contained the following
sentence: "Every vicious soul marks the
dwelling of its body with the sign of its
crime, to be read and understood by atl
men.'' This is a sound thought, tersely ex*
pressed; it contains the germ of a doctrine
whieh is destined to figure largely in the
phrenology of the future.
Kvory one knows thnt men's passions, pro*
penalties and peculiarities, as well as their
callings, are reflected In their faces, but it is
only tliu few who havo made the study of
physiognomy an especial pursuit who are
Silted with tbe power of reading those faces,
udges wbo have served long terms on the
Bench, lawyers in large practice and doctors
of eminence possess the power of interpreting physiognomies more largely than other
people, but any one can acquiro the rudiments of tlie art by dint of study,
It is as impossible to disguise a face as a
hand-writing. When the expert comes tho
disguise is torn oil' and the face tells the true
story of the spirit inside the body. One only
needs to visit the penitentiary to realize how
undeniably vice writes its sign manual oh
the features. It Ib not the drunkard only
whose red nose, flabby cheeks and rheumy
•yes betray him; it is the sensualist whose
vice Is read in bis lips, the knave whose
propensity is revealed iu the shape of his
mouth, tho man of violence who is surrendered by his eyes. An experienced detective
or a trained juilor seldom needs to ask the
crime of which the prisoner was guilty, He
dm lellit by bis face.
It is quite evident that In the future the
study ol physiognomy Ib going to be pursued
more vigorously than it has been.   As a
weans of preventing crime it may prove in-
valuable.   How constantly do wo hear of
men "Jailing from grace," as the phraso
goes. Yet these men must have carried tlieir
lace for a long time.. If any ono had been
able to mid their features  the mischief
might have been averted.   How often are
we assured that th's or that criminal enjoyed
the perfect confidence of bis employers and
the public till the very day of liis detection;
! :an expert physiognomist would probably
have spotted bim long beforo.   Again, face
rending might bo turned'to tine account'iu
business. It is well known that every mini's
face U more or le..s stamped bythe pursuit
be follows,   An experienced observer can
gcucruliy detect a lawyer, or a doctor, or a
in*:reliant, or a clerk, or a mechanic, or, it
■ clergyman, by merely studying iii.-, face.
Tne study might bo carried much further.
The name rule whicli enables an observer to
distinguish a lawyer from a merchant'will;
whon  followed out, enable kecu eyes to
sepuratc ulilo lawyers from lawyers who are
in computet! t, merchants who nre going to
iiiiuio a fortune from merchants who nio
gouijf to tail.   Men often carry their des-
tiii<cM its well as tlieir character  iti their
faces.   Indeed, the former depends so largo-
[ iy upon the latter that it would be singular
if it were otherwise.   Women, too, will be
able to discriminate among their lovers and
I to piok out the man who wilt make a good
I husband iron)  one who will have to  bo
[ dragged iuto a divorce court.   All the ad*
) va-luges which Fowler mistakenly told us
> we were going to derive from the'study of.
f phrenology we may possibly gain from the
| older and more mysterious science of face
[ reading.
Practical Co-operation.
No one who' hnows anything about co*
ope aiion in principle aud practice disputes
the fact thut H pays.   A fresh .aud interest*
nig proni ui iu sp luijUAJ^qteooic to me.   A
yuiing grocery clerk iia a wholesale house
I-iU.id hiiiM'li imt of a Job soiius time ugo.
lie lived iii iiin'.oni. in a neighborhood tenanted clueiiy hy people ol limited means
Me liimsei:.   Knowing the value of produce
he had btten remarkcif to his wife ou the
i advance price charged up town by purveyors oi the nei-ensities of life, and when he
found lie had nothing else to occupy his
.time wltb he commenced to buy the tumily
■supplies down town and carry them homo
I in a basket.   A neighbor iu*the house sug-
I sealed that he should do the marketing ior
I her, too, because she fancied the goods he
■ purchased were better thaft/'IKose she got
■from her grocer and bufcher.  She paid lum
■the up town price for ihem, so that ho not
•only got his owu supplies at bottom figures,
putt had the expense of bringing them up
uowu more than paid for.
I This suggested an idea to him.  He made
Lut a price list, charging an advance on cost
Ind Still less thon the local scale, secured
Ihe support of some more neighbors ahd
ftommeueed to market for them daily in a
wagon thai he hired by the month.  In this
1-ay he got his own food supply for nothing,
Vhcn some of Jus customers proposed to
■lorui a regular association, pay him a salary
pr doing the business and enjoy the benefit
Jf the   savings themselves.    He readily
■greed to this, and is now purveyor general
B- some twenty families, gets a bigger salary
lian he received through his clerkship and
mpes to build tbe society up into a strong
lb-operative -olub, with its own etoro aud
A Dog With Spectacles* >
Here, (rom the Nelson County (Ky.)
ecord, is a dog story that ought to pass
mster: "An aged hound, belonging to
harles Boby, had for several months been
Imost totally blind. He no longer heeded
ie huntsman's bugle, but roamed about the
,ird in a dejected manner. A few days
iuce some children, while playing with
im, placed on his nose a pair of spectacles
hich contained ,t powerful leas. He at
nee began to romp around as lie did in tbo
uys la hla pappy hood.  Tbey Were securely
IiHtencd before his eyes and on tho follow-
ig day, when the other dogs were called for
ne chuse, he joined, anu was in the lead
hen his glasses were pulled oQ' by tho
riers. He immediately carried them to his
mster and evinced clearly tbat be wanted
hem replaced. When they are removed ho
; Iii lies aud growls, but when replaced ho
uowe his joy by wagging his tall*
Keeping Warm While Driving*   ,
<A well known physician, whose experience
nables him to speuk wltb authority oa tbe
ulr-iut, gives the following advice for pro*
iciioii against cold when driving:
"Provide yourself with a good kerosene
intern, we'd tilled aad trimmed with suili-
lent oil il necessary for retlecling, and you
i.l have the most efficient mean of endur-
ii[ the cold that can bf got. Tbe lantern
ring lighted nod kept beneath any covering
fiii i*'uieJ to proieot he limbs will add
mH-naily to.ooe s comfort who must take
iiiitrr tups.   1 will add, in connection wilh
fe Liairta, that a robber coat, gossamer or
iidier b'enket is tbe most desirable siren i for a loog cold ride. If any one will
y tnvae sui'-jestioos he or iho will never
snout as-xQ for a long drive without the
iiieru HiiJ oil j a.so a good strong umbrella
agood protection against a cold wind,"
Oo Returned Thanks,
tGratitude is tbe one redeeming quality of
emttn In the'following story. Probably
en that wus not appreciated by the good
«lpr: . .;,,,,,,
One dark foggy night there was a knock
, ihe door of a physician iu Zurich* u
"Who's there F "*
"Oa, doctor, mako baste, my wife li dan-
Btiualjr ill r *. -
The doctor uttered, o'suppresied growl of
tpalleueo, for the village to which he was
imnioiied was about eight, miles out of
wn. He ordered out his carriage, and tho
■n drove ou through the damp, cold night,
ist before they reached F—-, the bus*
nd pf the lick woman slighted on some'
etextpr other, but did aot return; and
'T driving Into the village, the physician
id nobody that needed his assistance,   A
|..k later he received a note, without sig-
turc, explaining the mystery.
•'Dear Doctor j I mit exceedingly obliged
you for itlving itiu a lift In your carriage,
rl iouudit Impossible to procure another
hveyanoe, and H was a dreadful night, I
■pe yon will forgive me this onet I" - --■■'
as novR»
SS*
■The day was very dark, but towards Its close
The sun shone out; a sudden beauty burned
Tbo western sky, and the dull, clouds wore
turned '
To a great flame of purple, gold and rose,
Uko ono determined upon mastery,
The day hud hold mc tn its dreary power;
Dut me sweet magic of that one glnd hour,
Stronger than all the rest, had sot mo free,
I quite forgot how long tho shy had lowered,' ,
I quite forgot the rain, the wind, the gloom j
I only saw how into royal bloom
f .Ike a warin-hcavtod roso tbo day had flowered.
Rejoice, 0 heart 1 made glad by this great glow
of uracil j nd glory! Rare and honvenly sweet
Is the great girt tbat low noto onr (eet
This hoar so blessed brought, Aud woll we
know
That over all tho shadows yet to be
It shall ho conqueror. It shall compensate
For evory sorrow measured ui by fate,
Tho hour that crowned this day of days to me.
THE EVOLUTION OF THE TABLE,
Queen Elizabeth Despised Forks and Used
Her fingers.
It was lato in the fourteenth century when
the first evidence of art in the shape of silver
cups were noticeable on the buffet. Tbo
dishes were made of pewter or wood, und
spoons of bone, woud or silver. Knives were
rare, and on that account guests invited to
feast carried their own knives* Forks came
into general uso still later on, and for long
yenrs nfter their introduction they were con*
sidcred ridiculous affectation aud foppery,
nnd not nearly so convenient as one's own
lingers. The lord nnd his ludy dipped their
lingers in tbo same plate sipped their wine
irom the same cup. Kveu the queenly Eliza-
bctli, with nil her elaborate ideas of etiquette, was content to carry her food to ber
moiiih with her fingers, aud despised the
newly-invented forks as unseemly and awkward.
Very gradually tho dining hall grew In
comfort aud splendor. Dishes of gold and
silver, were made, and so eager were the
nobles for them that they would sacrifice
anything to possess litem. Tho salt-cellar
wus for a long time the article of the highest
importance ou the board. It was a great nf*
fair, and it stood directly iu tlie center of the
table; it wus the dividing line! the nobles
were seated above the salt, the .commoners
below, hence grew the proverb, "llelow the
■-alt," The passing of salt was a ceremonious
custom, tbo guest throwing a pinch over his
left shoulder uud murmuring a blessing,
The salt-collars were made of the most
curious devices. Sometimes they represented huge animals, sometimes a great lull-
blown flower of a long slender stem] and
ngalil, tbey were in shape of a chariot,
ununited on four wheels, on which they were
easily run down the table.
The first glass cups came from Venice during the sixteenth century, nnd from that
time on society began to lose many of ita
primitive ways, and became, in a sense, moro
refined.
, Henry VIII, was born with luxurious
taste; he had his banquet chairs supplied
with velvet cushions, aud abuut this time tbe
parlor or ''talking room," us it was culled,
was introduced; aud here it was that tbo
dames'took refuge when the dinner had advanced beyond prudent limits, as it invariably did before the finish.
The cook lhat presided over the kitchen In
those days wns not the counterpart of our
nineteenth century Bridget, but he was on
artist, and generally a man of quality. The
ladies of tbe household, even those of noble
birth, attended to many domestic duties,
making the bread, preserving the fruits
while to understand too proper use of starch
was considered a great accomplishment*
What Decam^otNupoleon'iFoftano?
One of the most remarkable historical incidents of this century was tbe disappearance of the First Napoleon's enormous for*
tunc. In 1810 he was fur and away the richest individual in the world. He came out of
the Italian campaign, ending in 1800, with
$-1,000,000; according to bis own account.
This he maintained was bis private property,
Taking tbe statements be made to his friends
nud others nt St, Helena, he must have had
hidden away when be left France the last
time the enormous sum of $-10,000,000, or
200,000,000 francs I This would make him
very much the wealthiest man in the world,
for that sum then was equal In influence to
$200,000,000 now. No sovereign of his time
could begin to approach bim in personal
lortuiie. Marshal Soult, the last of the Imperial Marshals (who died in November,
1851, just about a year before his great antagonist, tbe Duke of Wellington), told a
venerable French general officer, who repeated It to the writer, that when tbe Emperor went to Elba he had 60,000,000 francs
covered up in Paris alone.
Of the .trl2,000,000 hard cash paid over at
one time by tbe United States to Napoleon
ns First Consul In 1803, It was common
rumor—not very general, you may be sure,
li owe Ver—that 7,600,000 francs of the snm
wits never nccounted for ln vouchers. This
lui^ht easily havo been. Napoleon was then
First Consul for life* He could do just what
he chose, aud nobody dared oall nim to'ac-
count. Ull
It is not very difficult to hide money m
large sums, too, so it cannot be fouud, be the
Hcarch ever so cnreful. Ferdinand Ward
has some millions thus covered up, aud no
human being bus ever yet found a clew to
the stolen treasure. It was said and believed by many people, too, tbat Stephen
Ciirard. of Philadelphia, hud a large sum in
hands belonging to Napoleon I., which he
would have bunded over to him had he succeeded In getting nway to the United States
after Waterloo, ns be tried to do, Louis
Will,, through his Minister ol Finance, did
nit in bis power to discover this hidden
treasure, but those wbo knew would never
tell. Thev probably took It themselves
when the Emperor died In 1631. Hut it is a
very interesting and romantic story, this dis*
appearance absolutely of the greatest fortuno iu tho world's history up to that time,
leaving not a trace behind.—1 Washington
Herald.] ,._.
Died lor a Prince's Cigar*  *
nThe guard of the, mall train running from
Rome to Naples wns making his rounds as
usual on the footboards on tho sido of the
cars, when ho wus usked by Prince Brancac
cio, a passenger, for a light. The guaid
struck a match, but tbe draught blew it out.
He went on trying one match after another,
all with the samo unsatisfactary result. He
got excited, and instead of handing the
matches to tho prluce to light them inside of
the wngon tho guard obstinately insisted
upon conquering the outside draught, The
train noared a bridge with very narrow railings, and before tbe guard was aware of the
dniiiMtr he was crushed between the railing
and the ear. The prince fainted. He alter*
wnrd made the widow of the poor guard a
present of $2,000.  "      guara a
Tho Victim Not Dead After All. -,
A recent dispatch from Bonham, Texas'
wa: "James Scarlett, a desperado was
today on trial for the murder of Andrew Lacelaud, in 1885, Tho testimony.
showed that Scarlett nnd Lacelaud were
.partners in the smuggling business. They
quarreled on a boat on the Ked Klver and
alter retiring for the night Scarlett orcpt up
to l.acclnnd and shot him twice, one ban
going through the head nnd another through
the body. The shooting was witnessed by
two bovs in tho employ of thu men, Scarlett
mnde the boys place Laeelund's body in n
row bout and throw it overboard* The boys
Wen sworn to secrecy by the assassin hut
the incts enfan ou(, nnd tbey took the stand
yesterday and 'testified against Mm. This
morning everyone was startled by the statement that Lucelnnd was alive. Ho testified
thnt   bo   recovered    consciousness   whffl
. tiirnwn.in thelrivcr and swam ashore. Thero
was no doubt regarding his identity. Sear-
ieti was acquitted of murder, but held for I
-ftMittok(u» .iz..?'.: _;___._.!_."      1
A Creaking Hinge
Is dry and turns bard, until oil is applied,
after which it moves easily. When tha
joints, or binges, of the body nro stiffened
and inflamed by Bheulnatism, they cannot be moved without musing the moat
excruciating pains. Ayor's Sarn&parillh,
by its action on tbo blood, relieves this
condition, and restores tbo joints to good.
Working order.
Ayor's SarsapariUa hns effected, in onr
city, many most reinarkabln ciuei., in
cases which baffled the efforts of tbo
most experienced physicians. Were it.
necessary, I could givo tho names of
many Individuals who havo been cmort
by taking this medicine. In my case it
has worked wonder*, relieving mo of
Rheumatism,
after being troubled with it for yenrs. In
this, and all other dlscgses arising from
impure Wood, tlioro ii no remedy with
which I nm acquainted, that, affords such
relief ns. Ayor's SarsapariUa.—B. H.
Lawrence, M. I)., Baltimore, Md.
Ayor's SarsapariUa cured me of Gout
and Rheumatism, when nothing else
would. It has eradicated every trace of
disease from my system.—R. H. Short,
Manager Hotel Belmont, Lowell, Mass.
' I wns, during many montha, a sufferer
from chronio Rheumatism. The disease
afflicted mo grievously, in spite of atl the
remedies I could find, until I commenced
using Ayer's SarsapariUa. I took several bottles of this preparation, and was
speedily restored to health,—J. Fream,
Independence, Va, tt
Ayer's SarsapariUa,
Prepared byDr.J.O.AyerScCo., Lowell,Hiss.
Sold by all Druggists.   Price Jl; six bottles, ffi.
FOR SALE.
ATHOnOUOH'BBED JERSEY BULL.
Apply lo
(Iwray2ral
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asroTJOB.
VTOTICE IS HBRKIIY GIVEN THAT
Vl we Intend to apply to the Honorable
tlie Chief Commissioner of Limits and
Works for a Lease of the following descrihed land. In Now Westminster District, for timbering purposes:—Commen-
elng at a post about ono tulle N.E. from
outlet of lake emptying Into Gulf of Georgia, about two miles north of Grief Point;
thenee twenty chnins south; thence cast
20 chains, thence south 20 chnins, tlience
cust 3f) chains, thenee south 20 clmliiR,
thenee east 40 chnins, thence north 10
chnins, .thenco eust. 40 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thonco west 20 ohnlns,
thenco north 20 chains, thence west 20
chnins. thence south 20 chains, thenco
west 20 ohnlns, thenco soutli 20 chains,
thenee west 80 chains, thence south 20
chnins, more or less, to lake; thence following the sinuosities of the lako to place
of commencement.
LAIDLAW A CO.
New Westminster, 24th April, 1888.
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•troTion
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
we Intend to apply to tho Honorable
the Chief Commissioner of Lands nnd
Works for a Lenso of the following described lnnd, in New Westminster District, for Umbering purposes:—Com men-
clng about two nud n-lmff miles from outlet of lake emptying Into Gulf of Georgia
about two miles north of Grief Point, ln a
small bny on wot shoro of the lake:
thence south 20 chulns, thence west 20
chains, thence south 20 chnins, thenee
west 20 chnins, thence south 20 chains,
thence enst 20 chains, thence south 20
chains, thence cost 20chains, thence soutli
20 chains, thence east 20 chains, thence
south 40 chains, thence west 40 chulns,
thehce south 80 chains, more or less, to a
line- running In a north-westerly direction and along that line one hundred nnd
twenty chnins; thence north 40 ohnlns.
thence west 20 chains, thence north 20
chains, thence west 20 chains, thenee
north 40 chains, thenoe east 140 chnins,
to place of commencement
■ LAIDLAW A CO.
New Westminster. 1st, May, 1888,
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NOTICE.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Vi we Intend to apply to tho Honorable
(lie Chief Commissioner of Lnnds nnd
Works for n Lease of the following described land, tn New Westminster District, for timbering purpososi-Commcn-
dug at a post on the south shore, ubout
twenty miles from the outlet of luke
emptying into Gulf of Georgia about two
miles north of Grief Point and ubout four
miles west from head of enst fork nnd ten
chains east of creek running into hike;
thenco soutli 60 chnins, thenco cnsL 20
chains, thonce south 20 ehains, thence
west 20 chains, thence south 40 chulns,
thence cjist 20 chains, thence south uo
chains, thencu enst 20* chnins, thenco
north 40 chnins, thence enst 20 chains,
thenco north 20 chains, then-re enst, 20
chains, thenco north 20 ehains, thenee
cast 20 chains, thence north 20 chains,
thenco west 20 chains, thence north 40
chnins, thence enst 40 chains, thence
north 00 chains, more or less, tu Inke;
thenee following the sinuosities of the
lake to point of commencement,
LAIDLAW* CO.
NewWestmlnster, 5th May, 1888.
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PnOVINCIAI. SECHBTAIIY'S OF PICK.
Sth May, 18S8.
WHEREAS the Liu li ten nit (-Govern or
In Council Is empowered, under tlm
"Publlo School Act, Iffl," tn orenteSchool
Districts, in addition to those already
existing, and to define the boundaries
thereof, and from tlmo to time to alter
tho boundaries of existing Districts; It Is
hereby notified that Ills Honor hns been
pleased to* cronto the tract of lnnd enclosed within tlm imderineiittoned boun-
durleso Hehool Dlstiiet, under the title of
the "Enderby School District," viz.:—
All of Township K nnd the northern
hnlf of Township SS, Osoyoos Division of
Yale District.
I Also, that His Honor has heen pleased
to create the following tract of lnnd to be
a School District, under the title of the
"DeltaSchool District," vlt,:-
All thnt pot tion of Delia Municipality
lylnu east ofthe western bonnilnrles of
Townships 3 and t, New Westminster
District.
Also, that His Honor has boon pleaBcd
to create the following tract of land to be
a School District, under the tttte of tlio
"Haney School District," viz.:
Commencing nt the south-west corner
of I_oHM,TownB|itpl2.New Westminster
District; thence In a dltoct line norlh to
the northern boundary of snld Township;
thence due enst to the north-west corner
of Township 15; thenee due south to
Fraser Rivor; thence westerly, following
the courso of said river, to the point of
commencement.
Also, lhat. Ills Honor has peon pleased
to direct thnt the boundaries of the following School Districts bo altered nnd redefined us follows:—
Round Prairie:—
All of Township of M, and the southern hnlf of Township85, Osoyoos Division
of Yale District.
MapIO Ridge:—
Commencing at the north-oust comer
of Section 83, Township8, New Westminster Distriot; thence In a direct line north
lo the north-west corner of Section .14,
Township 0; thenco cast tothe north-east
corner of Section 81, Township 12; (hence
duo south to Fraser River; thence westerly, crossing said river, to the north-enst
comer of Lot V20, Township II; thenco
Snath to tbe south-west rornerof Township 121 thence west to the polntof commencement.
Langley H
Commencing at the north-east corner
Of Lot 128, Township 0, New Westminster
District- thenee south lo the centre of the
enstern boundary line nf Seel ion 24, Township 8; thence due enst to (be wesiuru
boundary of Senium 2!, Township It;
thence duo north to Fraser Illver; thenee
Westerly, following tho coitrae of wild river, to the polntof commencement,
ByCommand.        '•■<■■■■
JNO. HOBSON,
dmyl2wl 1-rovlnclal Hanoi wry*
Gentlemen's Clothes
GLEANED & REPAIRED.
All orders left nt the Fiiriners' Home or
Mr. Daslnvood-Jones' wilt bo promptly
attended to.
sniisructloii <; un mm rid.     dup2lml
l{ewWestininstfir&asCfl„M
THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
of the New Westminster Gus Company {Limited) Is adjourned till HATUU-
DAY, lilth Day of Mny, ni'ox.,nt 2 o'clock
p.m., at. the oflice of the Secretary, McKenzie Street, Now Westminster.
EDWIN HAND, See.
New Wesl,, April 80th, 1888. dnpHOtd
TIMETABLE
Str. "Gladys,"
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, WILL
leave for Chi lliwhiiclt end wnypluces
on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS nnd SATURDAYS, at 7 a. m.. returning on tho following days. For all further information
apply oh board, or to
W. B. TOWNSEND,
dmyOtc On tbe Wharf,
Joseph   Bayliss,
nunuLiumiB,
IS   PREPARED   TO   EXECUTE   ALL
KINDS OF *
Fimmce, Boiler Seating, and
Cliininey Building and
Itepnfiinff.
jjrickTaying
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
ESTIMATES given for overy description of work.
Orders mny bo left with H, T. Read A
Co., Columbia St., New Westminster,
dupatc	
Lands In Xow Westminster
District*
NOTICE I-S HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the reserve which covers the lnnds
in New Westminster District Hint aro situated to the westof the North Road, notice
of which was published In the British
Columbia "Gazette," and dated 7th August, K.S-1. has been cancelled for the pur-
fiose of carrying out the provisions of sec-
Ion 3 of "An Aet to amend the Land Act,
1884," Chapter Id of 1888, and for the purpose of snlo In parcels, lots or blocks, at
publlo auction, and for no other purpose,
F. G. VERNON.
Chief Commissioner of Lands A Works.
Lands A Works Department,
Victoria, B. Cm May 10th, 1888.
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PUBLIC SALE
In the Supreme Court of British Columbia.
PINDLAY, DURHAM 4 BRODIE,
plai stiffs,
anu
PETER BIRRELL, DefkNdant.
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT I
Khali, at the hour nf V2 o'clock on
Monday Ihe 21st tlnyof Mnv. 188S. ut tlio
COURT HOUSE, In the City of New
Westminster, sell at Public Auction, tho
Goods and Chattels, the property of the
defendant, P. Blrrell, seized by me nt
Rivers In iet to satisfy a writ of fieri facias
Issued out of tho Supreme Court of British
Columbia Ih the abovo entitled cause,
commanding' mo to levy tbo sum of
$1(1068.02, besides costs of execution, sheriffs poundage, oflicers1 fees and all other
incidental expenses. The particulars of
the said goods nnd chattels mny be seen
at my ofllce in the City of Now Westminster,
May Ilth, 1883.
(Signed), W. J. ARMSTRONG,
dmyllwl Slier) IT,
—ANY MAN—i
Who Is Wcnk, Nervous. Debilitated,
who In his Folly and Ignorance has
Trifled awny his Vigor or Body, Mind
nnd AInnliood,eausiuge\liHUsttiig drains
upon the FountnlitB of Life. Headache, Backache, Drendfnl Dreams,
Weakiies-a of Memory, Bashftilncss tit
Society, 1*1 mpim upon the Face nnd
nil the KITeoU lending to Early Decay,
Cont-nimpUon or Insanity, will And In
ojir Specific No. 2.1 a Poultive Cure, It
impart-; Youthful Vigor, restores the
Vital Power in old ofidyoung, strengthens und invigorates the Bratus and
Nerves, builds up the muscular system
and arouses into action the whole physical energy of tho human frame. With
our Specific No, 23 the most obstinate
oase oan be cured in three months, nnd
recent ones In loss than 80 days. Kiich
package comalns two weeks trentment.
Prices!, Cures guaranteed, Our Specific
No. 2*1 Is an Infallible Cure fm- all Private Dlieates, no mntter of how long
Htaiidlii-g. Sold underonrwrltlnn Guarantee to effect a Care. Prlco.85, Toronto Medicino Co., Toronto, Out.
COSBIPTIM
That dread (error, a disease bo long
balling science and the most skilled
physicians, who knew or nothing to
arrest, not 111 tig to alleviate, nothing to
cure. Now It Is no longer nn Incur-
iibli* malady even when given up by
physicians, health enn yet be found In
OUR REMEDY; It hi-nls nnd soothes
(he memhmtie of tho Lungs, Inflamed
and poisoned bythe ravages of this
fell disease, and proven to the night
sweats and tightness across 'he chest
which accompany tt.  Price 8.1.
CURES    GUARANTEED.
Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont,
OVR ELEGANT PREPARATIONS.
Remember wo manufacture nnd nre the
solo proprietors of the following specialties, and that they can be hiul from no
other source THEY ARE HOT FOR SALE BY
DRUGGISTS. Corres.'iinitence sirlelly coii-
flilciiTtnl. Consultation tinnti all ehronlc
dlsenso Invited, NO CHARGE except for
medicines. All goods sent Btoure from
obseivatlou. Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Out.
HAIR  COLORING.
Our magnificent preoanitio'ns nre warranted perfect ly harmless, We prepare
tho following colors—Llie liner shtides
arise from tbe hnir Itself: Illnek, Park
Bmwii, Medium Hmwn, Chestnut, I.lgbt
Chestnut, Gold Monde, Ash or Monde
Oendrce. Bond sample of hair wh**n ordering. Price, 82 per bottle, Toronto Medicine Co., Tot onto, Out,
TOILET REQUISITES.
In ordering please, specify which you
ret-uiri-; wegunianlce them to give cnl Ire
satisfaction. No. 8 Imparls to tbo skin
the color nnd freshness of muldenhoo'l;
harmless nud cannot be detected, *|t.2fl.
No. 9 removes wrinkles, 92. No. 1(1 ro-
rnoves Liver Spots, $1.25. No. 11 removes
Flesh Worms, 81,1.5. No, 12 removes
Freckles, S1.2.'). No. l.'J removes Pimples,
•1.28. No. H reiuovos Tan, SI.2T). No. 16
removes Moles,-*:!. No. 10 removes Pock-
murks, &. No. 17 removes undue i'erspl-
ration,S12fl. No. IS, nu absolute unfailing
specific for Iho retention, development or
restoration of the ITntr, $1,21. Turonto
Medicino Co-Toronto,out,
THE BUST.
, No, 19 Is u cmblned Internnl nnd external lr6nllil."-nt wbleh speo*i|!y develops
or restores Ihe female bust to the proportions of voluptuous tiahiie. Is entirely
harm loss nud curtain In results. Price Si.
Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Out,
■ dwnplSyl
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
COLOMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B, C.
ftJr HHtialacU.ir. gunraiitcerl.       i__.pl..k
City Laundry
H
JOE   QUI.
AVINO LEASED AND FITTED UP
a^ho^on Dallas Street, nenrly op-
■> undertake tho work of n
General  Laundry.
Competent men employed, and work
guaranteed. Having engaged a Wagon
for delivery, olothes will be delivered
promptly in any pnrt of the city. First-
class references given if required. A trial
order solicited. Prices will be found ns
low as ln nny first-class establishment.
Families taken at special rates.
tti>"0rdcrs mny hcleft iitMr, PIcklnson's
Butcher Shop, Columbln Ht. dju5tc
INDEPENDENT
MEMAgHf!
STRAIGHT, FAIR COMMISSION BUSINESS.
OWNERS OF FARMS OR CITY LOTS
to sell will have their Interests, as
well us buyers, carefully guarded In all
transactions, and no extras put on first
prices.
Always have good bargains In Vancouver Lots.
Correspondence solicited.
WIN. CLARK BELL,
Cahbib St., P. O. Box (15,
dapisio •y-A-aroo u v-ttm.
Dominion Lands.
TF YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
i 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 SOItIP and save a
Inrge discount.
Scrip can be obtained in large or small
quantities from
ALLOWAY & CHAMPION,
B-ij-STXBlIlS,
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
OR l'ltosr
THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
dwmlifllo
BY WAY OF THE
Oregon and California BJ,
AND CONNECTIONS.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
Quicker in Time than any other
Route between
Grand Scenic Route of the Facile
Coast.
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLeIpING CARS
For AiTComilioilnlloti of Seirond-Cltlfls Paa-
Bengera, attiicliiril to Express Trains.
Fare from Portland to Sacramento and
Ran Francisco: Unlimited, klttl First
Class (Limited), kHl Second Class (Limited), •IS.
R. KOEULER, Manager.
E. P. ROGERS,
djc23te     Qen. Freight A Pass. Agent.
W.E. AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
hm\ Merchandise!
NEW WKSTMIXSTER, B. ft
Hay and Feed
wood & OOAL
(THE REST CJUALITY).
Dry Oooils, Boots & Slides,
Provisions & Groceries.
FARMERS'    HARDWARE,
JLt«» ■»€*»»    CC«5*
*v*As we use no whisky or tobacco we
can, by temperate habits and careful ceo*
noniy, serve llie pnbllo nl especially low
rates. <lwjnl3to
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
I Oi.n Broad Si. and 16 Pall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITHTED 1808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES A OTHER
BniMings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships tu fort, Harbor or Dock, and tlie
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships build*
ing and repairing, Bargoa and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Qoods on hoard suoh VcsscIb, throughout
Great Britaiu and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM 1,088 OR IUMAGK BT FIBK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
-£1,000.000 STG.
Rates of Premium and overy Informa
tiot' oan be obtained on applieation to
W.J. ABHSTB0NG,
Agent tor Nnw Wntminitor.
vV.      ^'.-.TftVV|\HW^..r.^ .a ,.,V*\\..  .-
CASTORIA
for Infanta and Children.
*'Cutai-I.issowellii)>pt_dtoehUdmiaut|CMtmtoetir->iOoll<
I rocornnicnd It w superior to »nr prescription I Sonf Stpnwh._£_"-__J —j"
taowmom..'*     ttlkaa-t\x.t\       I ^iZl™!* •"" ***• "*'
W8ft(Wort»,Bwi*-*jii,1*.T.   Iwsbenthxfaimttao—ll—
Tm Cn-TAtm Cohmht, 77 Murray Street. K. T.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
LAl&MTMEKTifild.LiL
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY  S.  MASON,
CUYLER A.  HOLLAND,
!
-JIRECTOR8.
HEAD OFFICE, • 56 Hew Broad St. - LONDON, ENGUND.
The Business of' ALLSOP k MASON haa been merged tn the above Oompur
and will be carried on by the Company from this date aa a general Land Xnveatmeat
and Insurance Agenjy,
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rates. Town Lots and Farming
Lands for Sale on easy terms,
Victoria, B. O., Hay 16th, 1887. .    dwj-aft*
VANCOUVER OITY
Foundry i Machine Works
THE PROPRIETORS OF THESE
works have much pleasure ln notifying their friends and the publlo that they
are now prepared to receive nnd promptly
execute any orders for work In tlielr line
with which they may bo favored.
A. MCKELVIE,
Mechanical Manager.
Vancouver, RO., 8th May, 1888.
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STEAM-GI.
"RAINBOW"
ABRIVES EVERY
MONDAY and FBIUA1.
DEPARTS
TUESDAY and SATUBDAY.
/"IONNECT1NG WITH O. R. 4N.CO.rS
V Htenmer for the Sound, and with Sir.
"GLADYS*1 tor up-river.
For particulars, apply to   .
TURNER, BEETON A CO.,
Victoria,
or to      \V. J. MATHERS,
dwnprwtc Agent at Westminster.
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHABF STREET • VICTOUIA.
jt-axosiTB 3*os
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Oo. ror Mainland.
H. C. BEETON * CO.,
86 FInabniy Circus,
London, R. G.
JOHN S. COX,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
II t'OHta No Marc lo Keep ttoml Fowls
Ihan ll Does lo Keep Tear F»« In,
My Breeding Pens are equal to any In
tbe United Btates or Cunndii.
I propose to furnish Eggs from Premium
ana First-class Fowls, my design being to
establish a reputation that will last.
Cash must accompany nil orders. Ad-
dressi with stamp,
JOHN 8. COX,
dwmli3le New Westminster.
Mainland Transfer
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed i Sale Stables
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PREPARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIGS
At Special Low Rates.
Dono nt Shortest Notlco.
Dry ronlwiHMl dollvered to any pan of
tho Cily.
•Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention,
iWBtables nearly oprrosilo C.P.R.Do-
pot, Colninlila St., New\Venlin!nntor.
iljalltc      GILLEY BROS. P»on.
TABLE
Showlii*- tho Dates nntl Placet of
Court) of Amine, Nltl Prliis, nntl
Oyer nnd Terminer, for the
Year 1888.
SPRING ASSIZES.
[O.N Vascouvkk Isiahii.]
Viotoria Monday 21st  Mny
Nanalmo Tuesday 5th June
[On MainlasdJ
NewWcstrainster...Wednesda.v...2nd Mnv
Kamloops Mondny tth Juno
Clinton Monday Uth Jnne
FALL ASSIZES.
[Ok HmuRn.1
Rlchflold Monday. loth Sept'r
Clinton Wednesitny,2MIr Scpt*r
Kiimloop.. Monday lstOctrr.
Lytton Monday sth Ontrr.
NewWc8!iii!iister,Wednemhty..]*!h Nov'r
foin Vancouvrii Isi.Asn.1
Victoria Monday »h November
Nanalmo Tue.iday ,s„.4lh December.
dap_7ml
EMPLOYMENT WANTED.
A PRACTICAL ENGLISH GARDENKR
desires to obtain employment Ik arranging gardens, hotbeds, Hover beds,
lawns nnu other work of that nature. Hu
a thorough.knowledge of hla builnaai
and guarantees satisfaction,, Excellent
references If required.
Address "W. P.," this ofllce.   dmhIHc
DRESSMAKING
At HISS JENNINGS',
(Lath of Esouhb)
Corner ot Church and Columbia Stneti,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
WSatlsfactlon guaranteed.  . dwMTta
COME AND SEE I
W. H. HOLDEN.
TTAVINO TAKEN POSSESSION OF
£1 "io "Temperanco HdlHe,"trontlnl
onColumblaandChttl«ll-_t_«eti,oppoalta
the Episcopal Church, and- now -known
aa the
FARMERS'H0MEI
Will aecommodata tha UramUnf public
nt the following rates:
Board per day.. „, |I CO
"     •' week ., (00
Single Meals. „„....„.....   *
Beds. „ „...™._.™.„     m
a_L.Good acoommodatlon for Ladiea and
families. mjHo
Flowers for sale
Foufo tick fog gtq
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
Chinese Labor Contracted.
Clearing Land and Cutting
Cordwood.
FOOK WO~i CO.,
COLUMBIA BTREET,
Near Cleveland Hotel,
NewWestmlnster.     dfsllml
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Wtuly Opposite the Coloiitl totel.
NEW WEtSTMntSTER.
THS LAKOKST AND CHOICEST
auortment of Ull deacrlptloni of
MEATS AND IHEfMLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied •» Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats attJw
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
CHINA t% JAPAN
W
K HAVE JtTBT RECB1VRD ftUrm
consignment _t nil klndi of
CELEBRATED TEA,
Fml-rotdcred Silk Goods,
Shawls, Screens, Bed •pallia.
Dressing downs, lie., lie.
—AUO— l
Porcelain, sntsnaia, CloliMae,
Bronie, Ivorr, Sandalwood and
CnrlOS of Every Description.
IMPORTED IT mm ITUMU (MHT NW
Hoping that you will honor oa with yoar
visit, wo remain very respaelfnllyyoirs,
Kwong on Wo & Co.,
FRONT STREET, Un WHIHMIIII I. ll __!_.    w ri
THE DAILY COLUMBIAN
ruauMtao
Kvtry lllenoan exeevl Sunday,
BT THI
,.' ' lamtN Otunuit PiiNTina Cchmhy (Ubitih.)
At the Oompanyri steam Pruning* E«-
t-gllShnicrrt, ColumMa Bt.
BY   MJULi
■   I*      Fotia months ,, -...woo
For s months < £
. Fo» S montha * "5
BKUVERKD IN THE CITX:
:   irnr 11 month.  Hf °_
1   rot Smooths —■■  a_\
Per month _     \_
Perweek.; ••«     ®
Payment ln nil caaes {exoept for weekly
rate) to bo niailc In advance.
ABVEITIlmO RATES tol THE DAILY.
Traa>tenUdveMlMment<.-Flrstlnser-
llon, nets, per line solid nonpareil! each
subsequent cmiscoutlvelnrrertfiin,'2 ct*. per
line. Advertisements not Inserted overy
day, 5 ats. hev line each insertion.
Standlaa Advertlsements.-Keijular
,      Business or professional Advertlsementa
(SOW!.- -. SHJhai-Keivod attoliowlngratesi 1 Inch,
S_ per month; _ Ins. S3; y, col. (H.S0; ii col.
18.75; 1 col. SIS.  If Inserted for less than 3
. . mos. 10 per cent, will be added.
Special Notices among Tendinis matter,
20 cts. per line each Insertion. Specials
calling attention to advertisements, 10els.
per line.
Births, Marriages and renths.Sl for each
Insertion; Funeral Notices In connection
with deaths, 60 cts. eaoh Insertion.
Aaetlon Bales, when displayed,chanted
25 per cent, lees than transient advts, If
solid, charged at regular transient rates.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
■■sued every Wednesday Honing.
Delivered in the City, per year. D3.00
Hailed, per year...., 2.00
Hailed, (month 1.26
WEEKLY ADVEITItlllll RATES. *
Transient Advcrtlsement».-Flrst Insertion, lOds. per linn solid nonpareil; snb-
■ '    sequent insertions, 5 els. per line.
v ' fltandlnn Ailverflscnienls.-ror I inch,
SUO per mouth; 2 ins. ,1 perm.; _lus.lri.iio
per m.i 1 col. (12.75 per lu. If Inserted for
less than 3 mos. 10 per cent, will be added
to these rates.
Special notices among rorrdlug matter,
20 etc. per line each insertion.
Cuts mustbeall mewl,and forlargecuts
an extra rate will be charged. No advL
Inserted ln either Issue for less than Sl.
•arPersons sending ln advertisements
should be careful to state whethor tbey
are to appear In the Dally Edition, or tho
Weekly, or both.
P. ROBSON, Manager.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Olivette, Sc Juvenila Opera Co.
London b Lancashire Walker b Co.
Auction Sale W. Reidt
-   §ailfi British Columbian
Friday Evcnlag. May is. ism.
Two nice largo rooms to rent over
Herring's drug store. dmyl8t3
The rain to-dsy almost extinguished
the hush fires across the river.
Go and see the grand bargains of
lots for salo at Reidt's Loan Office. *
A eommon drank was fined {2 and
costs at the police court this morning.
The str. Irving left for Cliilliwack
this morning with 10 tons freight and
WaBWejigers.
Salmon-are a little more numerous
bnt are not running in as great numbers as might be expected.
The steamer Bithet left for Victoria
this morning at 7 o'olock with 90 tons
ol freight and a large list of passengers.
It is reported a ayndieate of our citizens has bonded ovor 8100,000 worth
of property during the last two weeks.
i Some arrangements should be made
for sprinkling Columbia and Front
streets on the 24th, if the weather is
dry.
farmers on :th» North Arm  have
' already completed seeding. Root crops
are looking well and promise a bountiful yield.
.. ' ,, - The Gladys arrived from up-river
-*'  : ' ports shortly after noon,  bringing a
number of passongers and a fair load of
. farm produce.
Attention is called to the real estate
sole of Mr. Win. Reidt, which takes
- ..plane tomorrow night.   Plans may be
seen nt the storo.
Excursion, tickets will bo issued by
the C.P.R. to any point on the Pacifio
division, and return, at single fore
on the 2liid and 21th inst. good till
27th inst.
Mr. Wm. Vinnon shipped  today
about 1500 lbs. of fresh saliimii, some
" going to tho Northwest over tho 0. P.
K. and the remainder to Victoria and
Vanoouver.
Mr. John S. McDonell, of the Do-
!  minion land office, has found a sum of
money, which the loser can have by
proving property and paying for this
. advertisement. myl7t2
t f * "Bhe removal of the Princess Louise's
grand reception  stand would not de-
.   tract from the beauty of the Crescent,
nor would Its extinction be regretted
by the surrounding inhabitants.
Whether on lsnd or at sea, on the
prairie or in the crowded city, Ayer's
Fills aro the hirst Cathartic, lining convenient, efficacious, and safe. For torpid liver, indigestion, and siok headache,
they never fail.
One thousand pounds of fresh salmon
were shipped to the east to day, princi-
■ filly to Montreal nnd Toronto, by D.
,,    ''-ff^ttft'&Co.   The salmon is pocked
in ice, whioh is kept continually re-
,  newed en route.
The number of applicants for permission to cut timber on lands situated In this province, is increasing.
All available timber lands will betaken
up within a very short time if the pres-
.    ent rush continues.
»   . . There is lio danger to human life move
to be dreaded than that whioh arises
from vitiated blood.   Dyspepsia, rhott-
■„   ■ -   matiam, headache, and goneral debility,
; aU mutt from it, and are cored hy tho
nssof Ayer's SarsapariUa.   Take it tliis
*» >'v w\oh\b. Six bottles, $5.
Rev. Dr. Reid, of Victoria, preooh
ed a very eloquent sermon last night
, at St. Paul's R. E. Churoh. The
oongregation wu large and the dis-
eourae wu listened to with great attention. Tilt reverend gentleman will
assist to-night in organizing a confirmation clan.
Lut night a boy about 10 years of
age,  while under the influence of
;     .liquor, fell off the roadway opposite
Vianen's store, and came nearly boing
drowned.   He wu rescued by some
men who heard his cries.   The house
'   df nonaction would be tho proper place
for this young man.
Instead of property doubling in »
mn '^Sstmtstt'lio many instances   it hod
doubled In 24 hours,   Messrs.   Runl
Bros, purchased two lots tho day  he-
fon wsWriay »t the rate of (160 each
and yesterday sold the same lots at
4*900 each.   Many more instances nl
...l(Qtaa^wSip»rrm'l!''t be cited.
Tho city solicitor has boon instnic*
od by the council toprooeed forthwith
to collect all delinquent taxes. Tho
unpaid taxes amount to $2,500 and
will, whon collected, greatly relievo
the present depression in the city's
finances. On Juno 1st suits will be
entered against all whose back taxes
are not paid.
Cnpt. Budim III.
We regret to announce that Oapt,
Rudlin, tho popular commander of tho
steamer Yosemito, was taken ill on
tho trip from Vancouver Tuesday night.
He was convoyed to his home and at
last accounts was much bettor. Capt.
Irving took the steamer to Vancouver
and return and will run her until Capt.
Rudlin is ablo to be on deck again.—
Colonist.
Tho Juvenile Opera Co. will produce
Ollivette on Wednesday, 23vd May at
Herring's Opera House and on Thursday 24th the Mikado will bo producod.
On Thursday aftornoon a matinee will
be given, at which "Pinafore" will bo
put on tbo boards. TIicbo plays will
be a grand treat to tho theatro-going
people of Westminster, and that they
will bo well patronized goes without
Buying. Reserved stats ave on salo at
Herrings's drug store.
siiiimrfui tt Trne,
It is reported that a well-known farmer of the North Arm imported a lot
of very inferior butter from the east,
and sold it to dealers in Vaucouver as
Nortli Arm butter. Tho quality of
butter produced by North Arm farmers is generally admitted to be superior to that produced in other por-
tiohs of tho district, and such shameful conduct as tho above is calculated
to raise a doubt as to the superiority of
the make. Such practices, if continued,
will be followed by public exposure.
From Ihe Sealing CronmK
The Bchoonor Juanita, Capt. Clarke,
arrived from the west coast last even-
iug with a catch of 170 skins. Captain
Clarke Baid that the weather has been
very changeable, with frequent fogs,
and the catch all round is lit-.hr. Ouo
week ago the Sapphire had 318, tho
Theresa 340, tho Wanderer 37, tho Alfred Adams 47, and the Favorito 175.
The Juanita brought up altogether 500
skins for Hall & Goepel. As soon as
fresh supplies aro taken aboard Capt.
Clarke will tako his schooner westward. —Colonist.
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Thai Unral Fracas.
A gentleman from Maple Ridgo disputes the correctness of the statement
of the correspondent who reported tho
Maple Ridge fracas in our issue of
yestorday. Wo accepted our correspondent's Torsion in good faith, but if
the fuels wero misrepresented in such
a way as to do injustice to any of the
parties, wo are extremely sorry. It is
alleged that tbe assault was in fact
committed by Stephons, who threw
Hindi to tbe ground and began choking him. Hindi's son eamo to tbo
rescue, nnd pulled Stephens oil', but
ho renewed tho attack and Hindi
struck bim with the hoe-handle in
self-defence, It is stated also thut
Mr. Laity's remarks at the trial were,
misrepresented. Mr. Latty, uur informant f;ays, stilted that ho did not
appruvo of any pi)son taking tliu law
int'i his own hands; but it seemed mi
him tho iis**iiult, lui-i bei-u committal
by Stephens, and that Hinch wns quito
justified in defending himneH. Ttiu
two reports widely disagree, and wo
aro inclined to think thnt the corroa-
pendent who furnished tlie first statement was not in possession of thu
of the facts, and we ve. y much regret
that Thb Colvm in vx ahuuld have boon
made the medium through which an
unjust reflection has been cast upon
Mr. Hinch or Mr. Laity.
Much distress and sickness in children
is caused by worms. Mother Graves'
Worm Exterminator gives relief )>y removing the cause. Give it a trial and
bo convinced.
<|Uoeti-i. lH-tlnl-iy.
All arrangements aro now completed
for the celebration of Her Majesty's
birthday, tho 25th of May. Last night
tho committee on athlotio sports met
and drew up a programme which will
be admitted by all to be buth fair and
generous. The lirtit attraction uf the
day Kill be tho prize meeting under
the auspices of the Westminster Uitle
association. Tho prizes offered are
more numerous and of much greater
value tban have boen ottered for competition at any previous meoting. Intending competitors will lent o the
ferry slip at 7 a. m. sharp and tho
meeting will open at 8:45 a. m. All
otlicera nnd men taking part in tho
matches nre required to appear in uniform. At0a. m. the biseball match
botweon the Vancouver and Royal
City clubs will commence. The teams
have met before, and ns buth nro well
known for their science on thodiumond,
a very interesting and exciting game
may be expected. At 11 o'clock tho
cricket match, Vancouver vs. Westminster, is announced to begin. This
will bo one of the most interesting
features und greatest attract ions of the
day. At noon a royal salute of 21
guns and a fen do joie wilt bo fired by
the militia. In thu afternoon cones
the boat racing and athletic sports,
whioh will be concluded with a tug of
w» between picked teams from Vancouver and Westminster. If it is possible a grand danco will wind up the
celebration. All tbat now remains to
make the whole a completo success is
old-fashioned "Queens weather."
No Timk Liki: thk Puksbnt for Booking medicinal aid when what aro foolishly
called "minor ailments" manifest them*
solvca, There aro no " minor" ailments.
Every symptom is the herald of n disense.
every lapse from a state of health shonld
be remedied at once, or dti-astroim consequences are likely to follow. Incipient dyBpupsia, slight eostiveiiess, a tendency to biliousness, should bo promptly
counteracted with Northrop k Lyman's
Vegetable Discovery and great Wood Purifier, and the system thus shielded from
worse consequences.
'The Suter libel.
ln the supreme court to-day, before
Mr. Justice McCreight, a case came up
for hearing which grows out of the
Suter libel suit. It will bo remembered that judgment went against Suter
for 81000 and costs, and an execution
was issued ogaimt the Guardian printing plant. This was sold at sheriffs
salo, and tho proceeds paid into court,
but Mrs, Suter took proceedings to got
possession of tho money ou tho plea
that she held a bill of sale on the property sold. Tho case has beon in hearing all day, and will probnbly occupy
some timo yet.
The Juvonilo Opera Co., in "Oli-
votte,"continuulo draw good audiences
at the New Park, and well thoy may,
for it is long since a more perfect company appeared in this city. The young
people are doing work that would
prove creditable to matured professionals. , Tho threo principal young
Indies, Missos Julia Martin as the Due,
Camille Clovelaud us Olivette, und
Emma Berg as the Cuunttsa, the eldest
being scarcely 17 years of age, are. remarkable iu the manner they handle
thoir respuctivo roles; and besides that
they avo pictures of youthful loveliness. They ^ivo great promise.. For
Miss Martin it can bo said thut, if she
husbands her voico, in a few years she*
will be greater iu male character than
Miss Jennie Winston was in her palmiest days. Teddy Gamble promises
to be a greater comedian tban was
the famous lato John Howaon. George
Beban also promises great things; and
for that earnest, fascinating little elf,
Stelh May, 9 years old, wonderful possibilities are in Btore.—Portland News.
Personal,
K. McKee, of Langley, is in the
city.
W. Wolfendon paid tho terminal-
eity a visit to-day.
H. V. Edmonds wont over to Vancouver this morning.
Jas. Orr, M.P.P., returned to Vancouver this afternoon.
A. A. Sandeman, of Montreal, is
stopping at the Colonial,
A. O. Hasting, of the Ogilvie Milling Co., left by thia afternoon's train
for Vancouver.
C. R. T. Garrioch, an old Westmin-
sterite, spent to-day among hia old
friends in this city.
I. B. Fisher, manager of tho Bank
of British Columbia, returned to-day
from a visit to Victoria.
Mrs. F. X. Martin, of Vancouver,
who hus been confined by illness to St.
Mary's hospital for ovor a month, left
for homo this afternoon completely restored in health.
 »■-•*»-■*>	
Mr,'Wm. Boyd Hill, Cohonrg, writes:
"Having used Dr. Tliomas' Eclectric Oil
for somo years, I have much pleasure in
testifying to its efficacy in relieving pains
in tho back und shoulders. I have also
used it in eases of croup in children, and
have found it to be alt that you claim it
to be,"
_ ->■*»» —-
Late Despatches.
A SCENE IN QUKBEC.
Quebec, May 11.—At the meeting
of the city council to-night a motion to
present* n farewell address to Lord
Lansdowne was proposed. The Irish
members mnde bitter speeches against
the motion, and beforo it could be put
every ono uf them, both Protestant and
Catholic, walked out of tho council
chamber. Two English members and
the French-Canadian members presont
remained and passed tho resolution.
The scene whs vory exciting, and n
most intense feeling hus been aroused.
THE ANNUAL  MULL.
Ottawa, May 11.—The regulations
for tho annual drill fur tho year 1888
will bo published iu tiio (Jir.ellc to-morrow. The general features are about
the sumo as last year. The corps of
infantry and garrison artillery aro not
to exceed 42 non-commissioned officers
aud men per company and battery, including regimental staff. In the oity
and rural corps tho maximum number
of oflicers, non-commissioned oflicers
aud mon to receive pay for drill in each
district will bo; Military district No.
1,2,512; No. 2, 3,772; No. 3, 1,928;
No. 4, 1,104; No. 5, 3,07G; No. <}, 1,-
fcOQi No. 7, 2,028; No. 8,1,378; No. 0,
2,005; No. 10, 803; Nu. 11, 270; No.
12,444; making a total of 20,080.
The strongth uf corps authorized to
drill ut their local headquarters in each
district ia tu bo deducted from the total
strongth authorised for drill in tho
district. The remainder will represent
tho number which may bocoiicontratcd
iu a uiiiup of exercise.
WASHISOTOX NEWS.
Wasainoton, May 17.-—Tho senate today passed a resolution providing for a
select committee to investigate the meat
'-trusts" aud the causes of thu high prices
of' cattle. An investigation into the
transportation of cattle on the railroads
is included in thu scope of this resolution.
Also a bill appropriating $500,00.) for tho
final surveys and estimates tor a boat
railway either in Oregon or Washington
Territory around the obstructions In the
Columbia river at the Dalles and Cellbo
Falls. Also a bill to amend the act for
the immediate transportation of dutiable
goods, extending its pnivininns to Duluth.
Also bills authorizing the construction of
bridges over the Mississippi river at
Clinton, Iowa, Forest City, Dakota, and
Muscatine, Iowa. And a bill allowing
aid to the state homes for disabled soldiers
at the rate of $100 a year for each disabled
soldier and sailor maintained therein,
and appropriating 8200,000 for that purpose, In the honse the tariff debate occupied the entire session.
SILK IUBBONS1
Those of our readers who would like to
havo an olegant, large package of extra
fine, Assorted Ribbons (hy mail), in different widths and atl tha latest fashionable shodcH; adapted tor Bonnet Strings,
Neckwear, Scarfs, Trimming for Hats
and Dresses, Bows, Fancy Work, Ac,
cau get an astonishing big barge ln, owing
to the recent failure of a largo wholesale
Ribbon Manufacturing Co., hy sending
only £5 cents (stamps), to thu address
wo givo below.
Afl n special offer, this Iioubo will give
double tho amount of any other firm in
America If v°U W'H nc«d the names and
P.. O. address of ton newly married ladies
when ordering and mention the name of
this paper. NopioceslesB than one yard
in length. Satisfaction is guaranteed, or
money chuorfully rofunded. Three packages for OO cents,   Address,
London Riihhin Aoenoy,
dwaplOyl Jersey City* N. J.
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CORRESPONDENCE.
A Cood Proposition.
Editoh Columbian.—It having been
scientifically demonstrated, that oil
thrown on raging waters, in very small
quantities, has the effect of smoothing
the waves, would it not be a good idea
for the steamer Rithet to carry a small
vessel of oil at her bow, to use in case of
riplets showing themselves at any timo
when that noble boat may be crossing
the Gulf of Georgia; it may be better
than lying at auclior in Plumper's Pass,
to the great loss and inconvenience of
her passengers, Pbooress,
Tlm Soiillicrn Ball-way.
Editor Colunhian.—Can you answer
tho following questions and oblige:
Who owns the charter for the N. W,
Southern R, R.?
Is it wortli anything, or is it a white
elephant!
If the city owns it, iB it being manipulated in the interest of the city ?
Your paper and others have led some
of ns to believe that two or three rival
American companies are anxious to
secure this charter, In that bo, or is it a
newspaperistn ?
If it is so, how many dollars is their
anxiety worth?
Aud who is going to pocket these dollars!
Docs the fact that we were ''■squeezed"
on the Branch, constitute a reason why
wo should be "bled" on the Southern?
Some Citizens,
Children Cryfor Pitcher'sCastoria
■       I'WIOA LOlXtfQ So, 0, A. F_
^y*— A, A. Bi,.- The regular Com-
Jk. J\ pnunicattoBH of this Lodge aro
fyf \ held on the tlrst Monday In each
month.  Sojourning brethren are eordlai-
ly invited tu attend
* PETER GRANT,
fe23-to Secretary,
When Baby wis tick, wm gave her Cutoria,
Wben ibt wm a Child, sbe oried for Castoria,
Wben sho became Wis, sbe clan*; to Caatoria,
WbiuihibadChildna.shegaTc them Cutoria
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FIRE INSURANCE GO'Y.
CAPITAL,
$!K200,000
POLICIES EFFECTED AND ALL
claims paid without reference to nny
other ofllco, by the Genera! Agents In
Victoria, 	
Agents in New Wkstminsteb:
MESSRS. W.J. WALKER & COY
8, BANK1BUILOINGS.
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AUCTION SaLE
 OF	
VAI.TTABH.B
Real Estate!
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL OFFER
for snlo by Public Auction,  nt his
Store, Front Street, on
Saturday Evening, Wtli May,
the following valuable Real Estate:
Subdivision nf Lot 10, Block 13, Suburban.
Subdivision of Lois 20, 21 and 22, Bloek 0.
Subdivision of Lot 23, Block t).
Lot 12, fronting on tho river, opposite
the city, in 1-nere mui o-aore lots.
Subdivision of Lot OX Vnncouver Road,
\i% miles frrih Westm Inslci'i I'D acres,
illS-ll'TC IfilS.
WHalonUp. m. Terms. '2n per cent.
cash; imlmi-i-i- in 3monthly liisialmontH,
without Interest,
WM.   REIDT,
dmyWUl Auctioneer,
HERRING'S
OperaHouse!
EMUCEMENT OF THE CELEBRATED
aoMjP-AJsr-sr,
The Graitest Operatic Attraction Ever Waiting  the
NortliwcNt.
SPKCIAL SCENERY  AND MECHANICAL EFFECTS.
MCiliicsduj, May liSnl:
OLIVETTE
Thursday, May 24th:
MIKADO
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At % V, M. Same Day, a Matinee*
WHEN W»iL BB PRODU0KU 1'
PINAFORE
RESERVED SEATS
NOW ON BALE AT HERWNO'S DRUO
HTOIIK-IM C I.
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NOTIOB 18 HB11BHY GIVEN THAT
we into ml makliifiapjillcRtion tothe
Chief Commissioner of Lnnds tin Works
for iionnlHslon to Icuhi* for tlmborlng pur-
lio-ii'N the following (losrrlbwl limil, nidi-
iiifil In New Westm In ster Distriot, iimt
itosdrlbot] as follows: .   .
('oin menotti gat» noihton the east hank
(mill about one mile from tht mouth) of
the nt-rnnm flowing Into tht head of Pitt
Luke; thenee east-SO chains, thence nbtfb
six miles, thfiiee west 120chulns, tbenee
south six miles, thenee east 60 chains, to
point of commencement.
1IBUNETTH BAW MILL CO. {Ld,)
H, Ii. DkDbck, Manager.
New Went,, May 17,1888. (Imyl7m1
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THE   ADVERTISER   SEEKS  DAILY
employment,  Hns  a knowledge of
nil kin us of Needlework.  Address "B."
Columbian Offlee.
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"'NEW WESTMINSTER
BUILDING SOCIETY.
A GENERAL MEETING WILL BE
A lield In the COURT HOUSE on Sat-
nrilny, .Hay IDIli, ut 8 p. in.
Pum-osv.:—Drnwliu*: forthe Flfih AppH-i
print Inn of 311)00.
Members in arrears iug requested to pay
nil (Iue.-!, any day between 10R. in. and 4
p.m. or on Wetlnpflriny next botween 8
and f)..tt) p. m., at the SeeretaryU eiflkc, No.
snniikliulldliiKH.
iVeic Member* will be admitted to the
Drawing on payment of entrance foe (31)
and four weeKs-HUbscrlpt|on,SJpert-bare.
By ordor,     WALTER J. WALKER,
■Secretary.
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New Millinery!
• JUST OPENED AT •
JAS. ELIARD <6 CO/SI
—•xsa-B x.ov ox1 utTm—tr
Spring Hats & Bonnets!
(TK1NHCD AND 1IHTB1MNBD)
FEATHERS,    FLOWERS,   &C,
Direct from London and Paris.
OALL   HISPID   EXAMINU
  dwapl2to
F. CRAZEj
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, &t
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full line of Spectacle!) & Eye-Classes In steel, rubber, silver and gall
frames.   The finest Pebbles made, $4 ircr pair; nil sights suited. f
Special attention given to PINE VVATCH REPAIRS. Having learned til
business thoroughly from somo ot the finest Horologers in England, and .inco thia
managed tho watch-repairing departments of a fow of tho best firms on the contl
nent of America, is a sufficient guarantee ot good workmanship, Formerly man 1
ger for nearly 8 yearn of the well-known firm of Savage 4 Lyman, Montrerrl
Charge** Moderate. f
Mohxuui. Deo., 1887.—Mr. F. Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Esq., Chairman 1
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, Bays: "I never found a Watchmaker who did 1
woll for me as you did when in Montreal, and I am sorry you are not here to-day." I
  • dwapl_to "
A. M. HERRING,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
SEEDS.     SEEDS.
Just Received, a large stock of Fresh Garden, Field and Flow
Seeds.   Will be sold at Eastern Prices; 5c. Package.
HERRING'S  DRUG  STORE,
Opp. Telegraph Office,
Colnmbla St., New fVcslmiiistt
dwooDte
D. S. CURTIS"* CO
WHOLHSALIl   &  aaiT_&.it,
DHUGGI S T g
Solo Agents, New Westminster, B. C.
Choice Family Groceries
Fancy California Roll Butter,
Choice Mocha & Java Coffee.
JMontserrat Lime Fruit Juici
Desiccated Wheat,
Rolled Oats & Gritz.
TRY THEM FOR BREAKFAST
All Goods delivered promptly.
Xs. T. FOT7LIDS <SC CO.,
dap28to ' ODDFELLOWS'BLOCK:
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO
itLkJsnjm'JLstyxxrmaamta om
Window Blinds, Store Shades, Awning
THE LARGEST VARIETY ON THE MAINLAND,
CURTAIN POLES, STAIR RODS, CURTAIN CHAIN
CHINA   MATTING,
t-rrALL PRICKS.**})
Carpeta, Carpet Squares, Rugs, Lace Curtains and HotiJ
Furnishing Goods generally.
NIXT DOOR BANK OF MONTREAL,
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COLUMBIA «TRllj
W. & G. W0LFENDE1
ARE NOW SHOWING
New English Dry Goods!
PERSONALLY   SELECTED   IN   ENGLAND AND
SUITABLE FOR THE PRESENT SEASON.
Inspection. laaTrited.
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