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VOLUME 4
NBW WESTMINSTER, B. 0., SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 19, 1888.
D
eWOI.P SMITH, W.D.
OFFKIE-Olarkson Streot, oppJaite rear
entrance ol Colonial Hotel.
RBglnENOE-AimM 81., opposite new
Baptist Church.  Telephone No. 28.
\   OKHOE HOURS-10 a.'m. to 12 noon; 3
to S; and «:r» lo « p. m. dnolOto
T M. HAC1.I0A.II, B. A., M.D..C.M.
OFFICK: MeKensle Street.
RESIDENCE! AjnV Street, thlrt house
rom Mary Street. Telephone No. 17.
OFFICE IIOURS: 10 to 12; 3 to 5; «to 8.
d-ilrriato . ,
IT   SI.COOPBB,B. A.,M. D.,
PHYSICIAN k SURGEON.
i KKIOE and ItESlDENCE-Chnrch St.
meat door to Farmers' Home), near
CoinmlUnSt,, NewWestmlnster, B.a
OFFICE HOOBS-tt.to 10 a.m.; Ito8and
9.30 to 8 p.m. Call, ln town and country promptly attended to. fe2to
n  WKL8B,     ■  -
DENTIST.
Room 10,      -      -      Colonial Hotel.
Orrio* Houih-10 to 4. dtcsio
E.A*
SMITH.
DENTIST.
Graduate of Fenn College of Deutnlsnr-
sory.
Offices—Bank Building.
dwrnhlOto
pOHBOrlD k HeCOU,
BARRISTERS,
SUWCIT0R8, ETC
orllires. Musonlo Bulldlngs.NewWestmln-
.ter, and Vancouver, B.C.     *y31d#to '
m  C. ATKIMSOJI,
RADBISTER, SOUOITOR, Ao.
McKenale Street.
dwfolOto New Woitmlnater, B. O.
| m   NORMAN BOLB, 4.0.,
BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
|r.*.nd Aient Mosey to Lou.
Columbl_|,((i;,s>i.v
ie2to New Westminster, ft C.
( .LOW * WAOLVRE,
ARCHITECTS.
Oman Room E,
Ovor Bank of B.C.,
r dau31to
Columbia Street.
W  GRANT.
AROHITEOTi
, Omol-Comer Mary and Clarkson SU.
IliriLLIAM R. KINO,
" ARCHITECT,
|lUILDINO k LAND SURVEYOR,
SANITARY ENGINEER,
brrlCR—Sew Masonic Blook,
ldwapl_tc. Weslmlnsler.
i LBBRT 1. HILL,
M, Can. Soc. 0. E.
flVlI. ENGINEER,
I LAND SURVEYOR and
DRAUGHTSMAN.
lyrics-New Musonlo Block,
ldwml!l_tc ' New Westmlnstor.
t. WALKER k t'O.,
|CCOUNTANTS, STOCKBROKERS, .
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE and
GENERAL AGENTS.
L Bank Buildings, NewWestmlnster, B.C.
IU Clare Road, Halifax, England,
dwmyi;te
i  TRAPP,
>
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
'olumbla street, New Westminster
■All oommiuion. will reoelve prompt
Ind careful attention. Beat references
\ttn when required. mhlMo
RAND BROS.
)H4I. BSTATB SROKEBS,
0«a<r«-f«ftc«rt, Call-seton,
And lunwei Agents--
|fflem at VICTORlAi Fort Stmt,
NEW WESTMINSTER: Corner
MoKemle nntl Clarkson Sts.
VANCOUVER, Cordova Street
[BUILDING LOTS for sale In atl flections
J Vanoouver and New Westminster City*
■■FARM LANDS of superior quality for
\\e at Cbllllwtinok, Vort Hammond,
Isnicle-f, MaMqul, Snmas, Mini Bay, Lad-
Jr's Ijinillng, Lulu Island, North Arm
|d PIU River.
Maps and Plans exhibited and the full-
It Information furnished at all ouroBleei.
feaote
riLLlAHS   BROS,
i Land Agents & Surveyors.
fiAnrilPARM. SIIBTKTSMADK
irgo or Small Bums of Money Advanced
|pn Good Securities, at -Reasonable
Kates ol Interest.
rran far Sale « rnuer River, afctve
aad below New Weatialaaler.
ATILLIAMS BROS, nre In oonslant com-
Junleatlon with Intending settlers from
belaud and else where, ami have special
fenllles for effecting sales.
JFhelr charges aro lower tban any other
lent" In the Province.
prFIOBS-Corner of Granville nnd Coins HlreeU, and opposite 0. P. It.Station,
" •*,■.«. • ilopllml
, GRADUATE OF OSGOODE HALL,
L *or»nto, wants a situation iissoluml
joher, Country district pro/orrcd. Ktrlu
■ary and address
I       ._ W. J. JOHNSTONE,
|wmj(wJ.     Box (tw.NI. Thomas, out.
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY OF THANKING THEIR NUMEROUS PAT-
rons for the vory liberal support extended to them In the past and of informing
them that they aro still to bo found at tho OLD STAND, and trust that by careful
attention to business in all itr details to still merit and secure that largo sharo of
patronage which baa always been extended to them.   .- I .
"Small Profits and Quick Returns" is our motto, and while we confess that we have not yet solved the problem of BUYING and SELLING and LIVING BY THE LOSS, yet at the same time wo do claim that we have discovered
WHEN, WHERE and HOW TO BUY the numerous Articles that we cany.
Hence, by buying in .the best markets, at the proper season, we are able to offer
onr Customers tlie VERY BEST MANUFACTURES at the LOWEST POSSIBLE
PRICES. We bave purchased very largely for tho present season and with the
stock already reoeived and on the way, wo claim to have ono of the best selected
Stocks in British Columbia.   Wo carry full linos of
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds of the beat makes; Cross-cut & Hand-Saws,
Barbed Wire for Fencing, and all the necessary Utensils for Farming!
Pulley Blocks, Snatch Blocks. Rope & Chain in all sizes; Pitch,
Tar & Oakums Tarred and Plain Papier for Building** Pnints & Oils
in all colorsi Liquid Paints in all shades; Floor Paints ready to use; Grind
Stones) Wall Paper in all designs; Brooms & Brushes for all purposes;
Lubricating Oils; 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.
tsr Special attention given to orders by mail, and if you have any doubt where
to buy any particular article, why go or send to
T. J. TRAPP * CO.,
dwapstc
Columbia Street, NewWestmlnster.
Pioneer Hardware Store!
BSTABLISKBD  18*33.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
Columbia Street,  Westminster, B. C.
iMfOBiaa   ox*
Hardware, AgriculturalI Implements
Paints, Oils, Glassware, Crockery, Wall
Papers, Wooden Ware.
STOVES AND RANGES
■xmr obxai -vMrmnmrx-x:
Tinware, Holloware, 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.
•erAll Work Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction. dwmhldml
GLOBE   HOUSE
NOTICE TO THE LADIES.
MILLINERY MILLINERY
JUST    ARRIVED,
LATEST LONDON & PARIS FASHIONS
STRAW HATS m all Shapes.
BONNETS ofthe Newest Style.
ALSO-A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
Ribbons, Flowers, Wings, Feathers,
Hat Ornaments*, Trimmings.
OALI  jLlSm   MtiCJlMZmm.
d.P2st,r MRS. WM. RAE.
AU BON MARCHE
HAVING JUST  RECEIVED  A   FINE ASSORTMENT OF
White  Skirts,   Chemises,
Night Dresses, Aprons,
Dorset Covers, Pillow Shams, Infants' Robes & Slips, to.,
Wc are Offering the entire Lot at 30 PER CENT. BELOW the
usual Prices.
.  jgP" These Goods arc marked in plain figures and arc GENUINE BARGAINS.
WALKER & SHADWELL,
COLUMBIA STREET,
■luiyiitc New WmtmliMtrr, B. <*.
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Civio Or pick its.—MaynivSo-bert Dickinson: City Clerk. Cnpt. Boblnson: Police Mojiiiilirati?, T. 0. Atkinson; Chief
Engineer Fire Department, W. Corbett;
ARsiKliilit, H. Rmid.
Court Own iaj.s.-Judge of the Supremo Court, Hon. J. F. McOreiglit; Registrar, W. H. Falding; Sheriff, W.J. Armstrong.
Provincial Officers. — Government
Agent, Chas. Warwick; Registrar of Titles,
R, W. Armstrong: Supt. of Provincial
Axylum, Dr. R. I. Bentley: Bursar of Asylum, Jas. Phillips; Governor of Central
Prison, Wm. Moresby: Steward Royal Columbian Hospital, Cnag. Dlgby; Tin ml*
{ration Agent, Jno. Sprott; Coroner, W.
1. Ferris.
Dominion Officials.—Postmaster, J. C.
Browni Collector of Customs, J. S. Clute;
Warden of Penitentiary, ... ll. MoBride;
Dominion Land Agent, H. B. W. Aikman;
Crown Timber Agent, 1'. S. Higginson;
Inspector of Fisheries, Thos. Mowat.
Representatives.—Senator, Dr. T. R.
Mclnnes; House of Commons, Donald
Chisholm; Provincial Legislature. Capt,
W.N. Role, Q.C,
MAILS CLOSE  AND ARRIVE.
oiosa
For Can. Pan. Ry.—Dully (except Sunday
and Mondny), nt 12.45, and on Saturday
{for dispatch sundny) at 22.
For Vlctorln, V. I., and Western U. S. Offices— Monday, 12.45; Tuesday, 8.15 and 19;
Wednesday, 6.80; Thursday, 8.16 and 10:
Friday, fl.80; Saturday, 8.15.
For Vancouver, Moodyville and Burrard
Intel—Dally (except Hunday) at8.15,
For Port Moody—Dally (oxcept Sunday)
at8.
For Ladner's Landing and Lulu Island--
Monday, 12.45; Tuesday and Thursday
at iff. .    -
For Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie, Surrey
' Centre and Langley PrnIile—Saturday,
For North Arm and Sea Island—Thursday, 13.30.
For Elgin and Mud Bay-Saturday, 12.45.
For Plumper's Pass—iMonday, 12.45.
For Nanalmo (direct mall)—Tuesday, 10,
Dtrai
From Can. Pac. Ry.—Dally (except Saturday) at 13.
From Victoria—Sunday. Tuesday and
Thursday 16: Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday, 11.80.
From Vancouver, Moodyvlllo and Burrard Inlet-Daily (except Sunday) at 16.
From Port Moody—Dally (except Sunday)
at 17.
From Ladner's Landing and Luln Island
—Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, 16.
From Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie and
Langley Prairie-Friday, 16.
From North Arm and Sea Island—Thursday, 12.
From Elgin and Mud Bay-Saturday, 11.
From Plumper's Pass-Sunday, 16.
From Nanalmo (direct niall)-Saturdaj
IS.
imo (direct mnll)-Saturday,
POST OFFICE HOURS:
Money Order Hours-9 to 17 dally; and
General Delivery from 0 to lfl (7 p. in,),
Tuesdays,Thursdays and Saturdays; Oto
18, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays—
except wheu malls are being made un or
sorted,
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder uever varies. A marvel of
purity,strength and wholesomnn'm More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
oannot bo sold in competition with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans,
Royal Raking Powder Co,, loo Wall St.,
New York. 8fely
TO LET:
STORE ON COLOMBIA STREET, In
Bank offtU, Building. Applyto
dinhSOIc        HENRY V. EDMONDS.
NUMBER 118
r -*
FOR SALE.
ATHOROUQH-BRED JERSEY BULL
Apply Io
iiwiny2ml
R. MATHESON,
ft C. Cannery,
FOR   SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN the LANO-
leyHnw nnd I'liiiilinj Mill! mill In
good ordor. For pnrtlcnlnrti npply on the
premises to H. WEST,
Or, Mann. DRAKE, JACKSON,
aplsto Jr HELMOKEN  Victoria.
Tug for Sale!
TUO BOAT78FEET: COMPOUND MA-
ehlnery, byEiiHlern iniikara.
Apply tn
,   MKSSR-i. I1EWICKB& WULFFSOHN,
djaeto Vancouver, ft O.
Land for Sale,
BKING CORNKU LOT ll), BLOCK 4 N,
Range DW„ Lulu Island-containing
160 aoros of Prime F1 ARM ma LAND, situate on a cood road, and about IW miles
from iho North arm of Fraser River, B, C.
Price. 8;i0 per acrei pnrt cash and 1ml-
anooon time with Inlerestal 10 per cent.
Apply to
.1. It. TODD A SON,
Victoria, B. c.
Hotel to Lease!
mHE NEW THREE-STOUY IIR1CK
"QUEEN'S" HOTEL,
Corner nf Clement JtCnliimbin Hti,
Apply Irr
W. A.  DUNCAN,
iHrfprl'liT New Wimllulniter, R C.
guilg §riti«h dlolttmbian
Saturday Kvealag, Met l*, i*m.
Commnninttioiu.
Auk »d Ve nk.ll leedre.
Editor OoLifMBiAN,—In your issue of Thursday is a column under
the heading of "Kichmond Oouncil,"
which is well worth perusing. The
communications received by that
counoil at its session on the 12th
inst., and the various items of interest set forth in this account of its
proceedings, show unmistakably
that the people of Richmond are
live citizens, and that in (heir endeavor to bettor their circumstances
they have the active co-operation of
the municipal government of Vancouvor; and also of the provincial
government The first communication is from the mayor of Vancouver
informing the Richmond council that
they had procured a supply of sugar
beet seed to be distributed amongst
the Richmond farmers. This shows
that Vancouver city is reaching out
its arms to embrace the trade of the
good people of Richmond, which is
perfectly legitimate and priase-
worthyi let Westminster oity follow
the good example. The next com-
muication iB from tho hon., the provincial secretary, informing the
council that the government had
placed on the estimates the sum of
$11,500 to bridge the north arm of
the Fraser and construct a road
which would connect Vancouver
with the farmers of Richmond,
which shows; the paternal nature of
the provincial government And
now, perhaps some one can answer
the following questions: How is it
that the little township of Richmond
can get provincial help to bridge a
river and make a road to Vancouver)
and at the same time, and for all
past time, the farmers on the south
side of the Fraser from the gulf
away up to Hope, a distance of 84
miles, have never had any provincial
assistance to oross the river to their
natural market (with the exception
of a trifle to the so-called ferry
at Westminster)! Is Westminster
to blame, or are the settlers themselves to blame, for this long isolation; or is this paternal government
(which is composed of representatives from this city^n<(k*lMtiot) to
blame for such ah unnatural state of
things I Observer.
mmini «ike ■•may.
Mr. P. O. Dunlevy, of Soda Creek,
who arrived down on Wednesday
night, recently visited the Horsefly
mines, in which he is interested-
Half-a-dozen companies are running
in tunnels on the bench about 80 ft.
above the present river bed. Ilie
JtcOullum Co. ran their tunnel about
160 feet, passing the rim rock at
135 feet, and then ran along on the
bed-rock until they reached a point
where it dipped. Out of the gravel
taken from the tunnel 91800 was
washed. The prospect would average from $10 to $25 per day to the
man. The company having prospected their ground by drifting are
now at work hydraulicing over the
tunnel, as it is considered cheaper
to wash off the gravel than to drift
The other companies are still working on their tunnels, endeavoring to
reach the old channel bed, which
there is every reason to beliove exists at the point where the McOul-
lum company struok pay. Six miles
further up the river Mr. Thaddeus
Harper has a force of about 70 men
at work erecting sawmills, pumps,
and other machinery, A very substantial wing-dam has been built,
which, it is expected, will be able to
withstand all stages of the water.
It is the intention to work«the bed
of the river, and Mr. Harper hopes
to take out bushels of the golden
nuggets. In the opinion of Mr.
Dunlevy, the Horsefly mines are the
most promising placer diggings which
have been struok in many years, and
he believes they will become a very
rich enmp.—Colonist.
One of the twenty-one "amateur
steel inspectors," as the navy lieutenants are called who are detailed
to inspect and test the quality of the
steel for the new cruisers, was asked
the other day what he had to do at
the steel works. He replied in all
seriousness, "principally dodging the
sparks." People acquainted with
the forging of steel will appreciate
suoh a reply.—iV.K Tribune.
The latest medical theory proscribes only two meals a day, one at
the beginning and one at the end of
the day. If people adopted this
plan and carefully avoided working
between meals lifo would be muoh
easier. It is working so much between meals that make life so hard.
—iVonoich Bulletin.
Children Cryfor Pitchei^hr^
BY TELEGRAPH.
Tke CklMM «ae.tl« la jlutralla....
•IMaHkealu Uw Medlumataa
Fleet.
H.aTfltaBUf.i---<'apliiKd I* titillate,
—tanker Banlaa Cgawtnier/
FraitntMl.
TUI8 HORKISfi'8 BKSFAICHJS.
A COHPLEIE  SDEKENBEH.
WiSHiNaioK,   May 10.—The re-
Eublican memben of the senate hate
eld a caucus on tha fiihary treaty.
-All concurred that it was * complete
surrender of the right, of the United
States to Great Britain, Another
caacus will be held on Tuesday to take
definite action on the matter,
THE CHINESE qCKSTIOl*.
Svnsay, N.S.W., May 19.—The
legislative council last night refused to
suspend standing orders for facilitating
the passage of the Chinese restriction,
which was passed by the assembly on
Thursday. The second reading of the
bill' is postponed until Wednesdsy.
Writs of habeas corpus bave been issued in behalf of the Ohinese who are
held in the harbor. The judges here
are unanimously of the opinion that
the detention of the Chinamen is illegal. They hold that the Queen's
power to exclude foreigners is not
vested in the governor of the colony.
The press also generally condemns the
action of the premier in the Chinese
eases as equivalent to a defiance of the
powers of tbe imperial government.
ADJOURNED.
Loudon, May 10.—The house of
commons has adjourned for the Whitsuntide holidays.
A CRAZY  MAN.
NkwYoei, May 19.—Jouis, the
Frenoh mronaut, says he intends to
start next Oct. or Nov, in his airship
from New York for Norway. He
counts on having five passengers.
CHAMBERLAIN ADDRE88ED.
London, May 19.—The peace sooiety
today presented Joseph Chamberltin
with an illuminated address, congratulating him upon his labors at Washington as calculated to promote the cause
of peace.
A 1H-88IAN CONSPIRACY.
Bexsrads, May 19.—Documents
have been seized by the police disclosing the nature of a recently
thwarted conspiracy. It was intended
by the plotters to arrest King Milan
and the leading public men of the
capitol and install a Russian prince on
the throne, and promote a revolt in
Bosnia. The conspiracy ia attributed
to Russian influence.
ihe emperor's condition.
B_utLiN, May 19.—The emperor
coughed mure last night, and did not
sleep well, but felt stronger this morning. He rose at half-past nine and an
hour later went out in the park for a
walk.
THIS  AmBHOIHCS DESPATCHES.
INCREASIXO THE SQUADRON.
London, May 19.—The government
haa decided to add two ironclads to the
Mediterranean squadron.
another failure.
San Francisoo, May 19.—The overland peeking Co., O. Jeanion and N.
Parvini proprietors, assigned this morning, owing principally to the fall in
prici 3 of canned goods. Liabilities, fQO,-
000. Assets, 126.000. The company
hod no connection with the firm of Mr.
T. Coleman b Co.
John O. Crawford, convicted of the
murder of Martin V. Burke, whom Crawford killed for continually harassing hie
wife, wu sentenced this morning to lm-
prisonment in the State's prison for life,
A USOE SUIT,
New You, May 19.—A verdict of
1102,000 in favor of David Stuart against
C. P. Huntington, for non-performance
of contract npon sale of two hundred
shires of Central Pacifio stock, in 1870,
has been affimed by the supreme oourt.
THE  PRINCE OF WALES.
London, Ney 19. — The Prince of
Wales has left London for Berlin to attend the wedding of Prince Henry and
Princess Irene.
LYNCHED TUB WHOLE PARTY.
Woodward, I. T., May 19.—A party
of vigilantes captured four men driving
a herd of stolen ponies in No Man's Lena
on Thursday night, and lynched the
whole party. Two of them were noted
outlaws known as Chitwood and Dandy
Hook. The brothers of Chitwood have
declared that they will have vengeance.
The Proprietors of Parmelee's Pills
aro constantly receiving letters similar to
the following, whieh explains itself. Mr.
John A. Beam, Waterloo, Ont, writes!
"I nover used any medicine that can
equal Parmelee's Pills for Dyspepsia or
Liver and Kidney Complaints. The relief experienced after using them was
wonderful." As a safe family medicine
Parmelee's Vegetable Pills can be given
in all cases requiring a Cathartic.
Personal.
Han. John Robson returned to Victoria this morning.
Mr. Ogle, of Ogle Campbell tt Co.,
has gone over to Victoria.
Mr. J. 0. Armstrong went up to
Harrison to-day, and oipccts.to return
on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. MoColl, and
Mn. Barlow, of this oity, Dr. Howitt,
a resident physician of San Francisoo,
and his sister, Miss Hewitt, ol Toronto,
Ont.,and several others, left bythe
1:30 train to-day for the Harrison Hot
Springs, whero they will spend a few
days. Dr. and Miss Hewitt have been
the guests of Dr. Bentley, of this city.
m
Mnch distress and siokness in children
is caused by worms. Mother Graves'
Worm Exterminator gives relief by removing the cause, Give it a trial and
be convinced.
THE PAYNHALL RAGE.
Hewed era akawalga* Hake tkUAjder*
■Mi—a UeetT Baee.
Special Ul the Columbian.
Shawnioan Lake, May 19. 9.JQ
u.m.—The day Is dark and the Lakl
smooth as glass, Ball is oot on th*
Lake practising. Both men ire in t
splendid condition and a fine raoe ii
expected. It wu drizzling somewhat
but there is every hopes of a fine dav
day now.
2.15 p.m.—The rain ia coming down
in torrents, but the weather shows
signs of clearing. The lain la stall
smooth. The raoe will come off at S
o'clock. Guests are amusing themselves as best they can in-doon. Paine
and Ball are both in the hotel mulled
np.
3:40 p.m.—Both men hat* thair
shells in the water now; the start will
he made by Mayor Grant ln a few
minutes.
3:50 p.ni.-Just after Ball had atarted from the landing, aod when MW
the starting point, his left rowlook
broke off, throwing hia oar into the
water; he is now on shore fixing a new
rowlock in the outrigger. Tht, MM
will be delayed a little in consequent*
and the start will not be made for aom*
timo yet.
4:25 p.m.—When the start wa*
made both men took the water well,
Ball slightly in advance. Thn* minutes later Ball was leading Payne
slightly and pulling a long euy stroke
of about 30 to the minute, both men
taking it euy. At about the j milt
buoy Ball appears to ha leading bf.
over a length. 12} minutes after tht
start Ball turned his stake boat, followed several seconds later by Payne.
A few momenta before they tamed
they were rowing about 27 stroktt to
the minute.
4.40 p.m.—Both men are coming
home with an easy stroke, and are apparently even.
4.42 p.m.—Paine la apparently lead-
ing by 2 or 3 lengths.
4.43 p.m.—Both man sre going for
all they are worth.
4:45 p. m.—Paint ia nearing tht
finish and ia apparently playing with
his opponent I ■-.*--■
4:46 p.  m.—The raoe ia ended.
Painojuat passed tha winning stake
followed at a short distance bf Brit
There wu great excitement   ii»
ssBssasssaesa
Holloway's Cora Cun destroys all
kinds of eons and warts, root toil
branch. Who then would endure them
with such a cheap and effectual remedy
within reaoh I
Late 1'antdlan New.
Pom AHHS-rkH.ar._4.—TheWet-
ther continues cold with iuow and let
solid. The steamer Ontario' WW to
make Fort William elevator yeetarday
but had to turn hack.
Oitawa, May 14.—Sir John Htf
donald, Sir Hector Langevin and Hon.
Mr. Bowell have been invited toatttnd
the laving of the corner stone of thl
new Napanee postoffice on June 19.
Madam Pundita Ramabai, tht high
cute Hindoo widow, will -Halt Ottawa
to morrow in aid of tht oppressed child
widows of India.
The immigration returns for April
show the total arrivals for the month
to be 16,194. At Emerson 030. at
Gretna 134. Total arrivals for four
months, 40,698, an increase of 10,000
over lut year. The settlers in tht
Dominion for the Northwest were 7,-
681, for four montha 10,553.
Toronto, May 11—Three Methodist
ladies were baptised on Friday night
by immersion, at their own request, at
one of the Baptist churches, by thtir
own Methodist pastors.
Kingston, May 14.—Bishop Cleary
is in Ireland securing priests for tht
diocese of Kingston. He returns in
June, when a reception on a grand
scale will be accorded to him.
Montreal, May 14.—The new steamer "Algonquin'' belonging to Messrs.
Thomu Marks & Sons of Port Arthur
is on her way to this port. This vests)
is built with her bulk heads arranged
so that she can be cut in two at thlt
port, and floated up the canal. One
or two other timiliarly constructed steamers are being built for tht lake trade,
which will bo cut in two on their anient
at Monrreal and floated through th*
canals.
SILK RIBBONS!
Those of our readers who would like to
have an elegant, large package ol, ertra
line, Assorted Ribbons (by mail), ia dib
forent widths and all she latest fashion.
able shades; adapted tor Bonnet Strings,
Neckwear, Scarfs, Trimming fer Hats
and Dresses, Bows, Fancy Work, Ac,
can get an astonishing big bargain, owing
to the reoont failure of a large wh * '
Ribbon Manufacturing Co., bys
only £5 cents (stamps), to the i
we give below.
As a tpeeiol offer, this house wilt giv*
rfonW-r the amount of any other film ttr
America if you will send the names aad
P. O. address of ten newly married ladies
when ordering and mention the name ol
this paper. No pieoea less than one thro
in length. Satisfaction la guaranteed, of
money cheerfully refunded. Thru pwk-
ages for 60 cents,   Address,
London Ribbon Aotwor,
dwaplOyl Jersey aty.N. t,
JohHiattngof all kinds aaaUydoM
st the ConJHBiAit oBoe. PritM will bt
found u lewu at ant other ofltsll
the province. —Ait,
Childnn Cryfor Pitchtr'iCatterte'
NewWestrnfosterflasCOnM
THE ANNUAL GBHERAL MKWIMO
of the New Westminster Ou Ooas'
ronr il.lmlteil) l< further adjourn*, ull
liAfUh )AV,J*I, l»f of l../e, joTe^
p. in., at tke e__i
kcnsle street, ft'
Kew Wsst,, April" aaw
mm—wttttmm     nl  i    	
gailfi -JBritisk Columbian
Salarda; Evenln*. .Wax It.
-~ ^\> ' 5 .    .
During the iy«ek severif sessions
of the supreme court lia^.been held
for which social juritk had boeft
summoned. These nien canio from
various parts of the district, and
they were at considerable expense
in time and money. Those who were
placed on the juries receive by law
n sum which is usually sufficient to
roimblSKD them for nctunl cxpondi-'
turcsj but for those .who nnr not
wanted; thero scttiis to be no provision made at all. . Some of them
come long distances,' leaving pressing duties at home, remain luro a
day or more, and are then told that
they are ndt wanted. They not only
pay out of their own pockets the
whole coste of the trip, but lose the
timo taken up in obeying the summons. This arrangement is conspicuous for its injustioc, and wo
aro not at all surprised that these
men should sometimes oxhibit anything but an amiable deposition towards a condition of things so harassing. We aro of opiniou that the
law. should bo amended without delay. Provision should be made for
compensating all jurors at lonst to
the extent of the expenses actually
incurred in complying w'ith the summons. It is not the fault of a juror
that he is not permitted to sit on a
case, and why should distinction be
made between him and his neighbor
who does so sit 1 Wo have referred
to this question before, und hope it
will not be necessary any more to
draw attention to a mutter in whicli
there is so evidently .ah unjust discrimination.
The emperor of'Germany and his
physiclanshnvebeeh entertaining the
world with a wonderful series of ro
markalrle surprises. One day the
kaiser'is reported to be at the point.
of death, and the next day he is eating heartily, discharging all the
state duties belonging to bis high
position, and exercising himself in
the open air. It must not be assumed that these periods of convalcs-
cedce are indications of permanent
improvement: they may be Biraply
the struggles of nature to prolong
for a very brief period a life already
doomed. But if we had accepted us
reliable tho symptoms prevailing at
various times we should have expected long ago to see the final collapse of the distinguished invalid.
No doubt his existence to-day is due
to the skill of the distinguished physicians who are his medical advisers,
of whom SlrMorel! MdKenzie is the
chief. But toedical skill cannot always stand against decay, and there
seems little-hope of the emporor surviving for nny length of timo. There
is no life in Europe to-day on which
so many grave contingencies depend
as tbo life of the emperor of Germany, and the booting of his pulse
is felt throughout the whole political-world, The suspicion prevails
largely that tho pacific sentiments
so conspicuous in - his composition
are not shared by his son, the heir-
apparent th the throne, and that the
death of the emperor will so strain
the tension now existing in Europe
as to precipitate a crisis. If this
suspicion be well founded, every lover of peace will pray for the lifo of
tho kaiser.
terlfcy fragrant with enviable memories. One of the first things neir'l-
ed is a level play-ground. Tire park
must also le enclosed by a fence, and
the work of/licautSfJ'iiigrH calico on
gradually from jtear to ji ur tiijfuiids
Iforine nvail'abliK But a beginning
shoulilitc ui3de\w.tliout delay:
Perfect Hair
Indicates a natural and healthy condition oi tbo scalp, and of tho glands
through whioh nourishment is obtained,
Whon, in consequence uf ago and diseaso, tho hair becomes weak, thin, and
gray,' Ayer's Hair Vigor will strengthen
it, rcstoro its original color, promote its
rapid and vigorous growth, and impart
to it tho lustre and freshness of youth.
I havo used Ayer's Hair Vigor for a
long time, and am convinced of its
value. When I wos 17 years of age my
hair began to turn gray. I commenced
using tho Vigor, and was surprised at
the good effects it produced. It not
ouly restored tho color to my hair, but
so stimulated its growth, that I have
now more hair than over before.—
J. W. Edwards, Coldwatcr, Miss.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
Bold by all Drtiggliits and FerfumQiB..
It* ie 'understood that the loug-
pendin'g negotiations Directing the
city jlark have been virtually concluded, and nn order-in-courieil will
probably be passed next weok authorizing the Conveyance of the property to the city for the purposo of
recreation grounds. It will be a
matter of much satisfaction to every
person that this result has boon
reached.' For many years the city
has been seeking possession of this
piece of land which seemed to be
tho only place suitable for tho purpose contemplated. The lot comprises something like a hundred
acres. It is well situated, just in
the suburbs, and commands an excellent view of the Queens Reach.
This land was set apart, by those
who originally laid out the townsite,
for the purpose to which it is now
to be devoted; but for many years
the federal government claimed a
title to it, and there was a doubt
in many minds as to whether the
city'>60ld evSr obtain possession.
The.question of ownership seems,
however, to have been settled. It
has long been felt that something
ougHttA Be done towards providing
recreation grounds for this oity. It
is aiaolutely necessary that people,
especially young people, Bhould have
a certain amount of outdoor exercise.
Without this, man's physical, mental and moral nature is apt to lie-
come dwarfed,1 hia temper soured,
and his lib becomes less of a' perpetual feast than the economy of nature,
contemplated.. Let ua now, therefore, see that advantage is taken of
the new acquisition, No time is to
be lost in taking steps to begin the
work of reclaiming this park from
its state of wildness and uselessness
and making it a thing bf beauty and
a joy forever"' If the ordinary revenue of the oity will not permit a suf-
rideiitlBf _*»$&, i**™ »■* W-*
there .am. public-spirited -.citizens
enouihfWho will supplement the
omo%if^>1^i,^llbitt\_ N61
better opportunity may ever present
itaellitoieny person ■ of i inetuia who
desires liis name to go dtfi.lt to pos-
If xou ark sunrrriuNa irom debility
and loss of appetite; if your stomach is
out of order, or your mind confused;
take Ayor's.Sarsaparilla. This medicine
will restore physical force and elasticity
to tho system, nioro surely and speedily
than any tonic yot discovered. *
Por sli montlis I suffered from liver
and stomach troubles. My food did not
nourish mo, and I became weak ouo
very much emaciated. I took sis bottles
of iyor'B SarsapariUa, and was cured.
-J. M. Palmer, Springfield, Mass. IT
Ayer's SarsapariUa,
Prepared by Dr. J. 0. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Hsu.
Bold by Drugniste.   Price |1; six bottlci, _i.
B
APTIST CHURCH, Agnes Street,
East of M»rv Street. Lord's Uny
hervlocs at 11 a. m. mid 7 p. m. Sabbath
flcliooj iiudBUili! Class nt 2:30 tt. m, All
ecafsfrce. slriiiisi-rs cord! til Iy welcomed.
METHODIST CHURCH, Mary St,
Rov. J, U.Wlilte, PtiHtor. Servk-es at
11 a, in. tlnd 7 p. in. Sunday Seliool and
Wide OlusK 2:80 i>. ml Prayer Mooting on
TlmrKdayHat7.:lt)p.ui. Scuts free; sumis'-rn
cordially Invited.
ST. PAUL'S CHUJIC11, Jolm Street,
Opposite Orange Hall. Rev. Thomas
Hiiddoii, PnxUn: Services every Sunday
at, U a. in. and 7 p. in. Thursday evenlucs
dt 7)30 o'clock. Meats free; all are cordially mylted. Sunday SoLoolat2:aO p. m.
a WflON LOO-UK So, 0, A. F.
^*V— Jt A. M.--Tlie regular Com-
jtjT mini lent Ions of this Lodge arc
/V\ tielil .in tlio flint Monday In each
month. Sojourning brethren arc cordim-
Iv invited tuat-li-nd
y rETER GRANT,.
t_..te Secretory*
L
FIRE INSURANCE CO'Y.
CAPITAL.
«».SUO,<HH>
OWr*.O^Wi«W^
POLICIES KKKi*:cTF,0 AND Aid*
cltUmn paid without rrfereuee to nny
other ortlce, hy thn (icnnal A&erit-s in
Victoria. 	
AOKXTS I.N Xliw \^ST.UtKSTERI
MESSRS. W.J. WALKER & CO'Y
8, HANK IH'ILDINGS.
iliuylSml
MTIOISILI
■    OF	
VAXitrABIZiB
Real Estate!
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL OFFER
for sate by Publlo Auction,  nt hia
Storo, Front Sireot, on
-Saturday Evening, IOtli Way,
tlio following valuablo Real Estate;
Subdivision ot hot 10, Block i:j, Suburban,
Subdivision of Lots 20, 21 nnd 22.RlockC.
Subdivision of Lot 25, Bloek fl.
Lot It*, fronting on tlio river, opposlto
the city, hi 1-ncre mid rwiero luta.
Subdivision of Lot M, Vnncouver Rond,
2^ miles from WosUrliiwtM) 170acres,
In 3-ucre lots.
ttB"SiUentSp, ni. Terms. 2"> per cent,
cash; Imlnnco in Hrmmtlily Instalments;
Without in torest.
WM.   REIDT,
dinylAtd *    Arm-m:*™.
HERRING'S
OperaHouse!
ENMQEMEMT OF THE CELEBRATED
aoMi'jTA._sr'-2\,
The Greatest Operatic Atlrac-
tion Eve* Visiting  the
Northwest.
il'.J
SPECIAL S0lJiNER\' AND MUCH ANICAL.El*M*CiS.
IVcilncsdiij. Hay JJUnl:
OLIVETTE
Thursday, May *4llt:
MIKADO
—Ajstn—-
At a E'. M. Name Day* a'Matlncc,
wttKN wii.l bis i*rto mitten    ' V
PINAFORE
RESERVED  SEATS
NOW OW'SALB AT HEIlMNB'M BllUO
htoius-»i at.      .'  '
HculM lu Boxes. SLDO.
ilmylStrl
W. O. LOYE,
uniUi M ui Slue Hakn
n«imlrliiK Neatly Done.   Cork Sole
. Worfc a SpeolaltJTV
ffi^Ord'orf; promptly attomled to.
Clnrknon St., in rear ol Colonial Ho**
tel, next to Rnnd Bros.'ofdee.   dm?Ito
Important Notice!
ALL BOOK ACCOUNTS DUU TO ME
MUST benolll.al foiljiwllll.ollhiirby
cwili or nolo. TlilH la piiHilivelyiieL'tiniiflvy
lo miviT pxiiansrra, us tbo bUBlllOSB limrrl Iro
wniiiul np iiiiiiicitiatil/t.
0. 0. MiUItH.
New Wirsl., May 15.18S8. iliiuirili'
3STOTIOB-
NOTICE 19 HKHKHY GIVEN THAT
we have mado  application to the
Minister of the Interior for e liceiif*o to
cut. tiinher on   the following Dominion
Lands, viz.;
Wost % ot H. E, li Section n, add
East \_ ot H, W. • -.{-Section 5, Township
18, District of New Westminster.
BRUNETTKSAWMILLCO. (Ld.), *
diip27inl H; L. DeBeck; Manager.
4COUHT OV REVISION A APPEAL
will he hfifd at the COUNCIL CIIAM-
RSon
TIIVKSDAY, Hist INSTANT,
At fi p'ejook P.m., when all coiuplainls
ii"iiliiKt tin' assessment for UssS will be
heard and determined.
By order,
dmyltd
J; A. ROBINSON,
C. M. C.
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, MAYSpth
and imt 11 further notice, tbe Sunday
truin Hervitie between New Westminster
and Vancouver will bo resumed, leaving
Westminster at 8 ami 10>o'clock, arrlv-
iiiB ln Vancouvor at 0.17 nnd 17.10 o'clock,
leave Vancouver ni 11.10, IS and I8.;i0o'-
clock. arriving In West minster at 1. li.30
and 19.40 o'eloek.    Train from Wont minster to the .lunctioii leave at 111.211 o'clock,
as usual, to connect with the Atlantic Express for Montreal. ^„A-)«
1    (Signed),           H. ABBOTT. *
Gen'ISup't.
Vnncouver, "May 15,1S88.            dmylol7
THIS SPACE IS RESERVED
STANLEY'S
English Spectacles!
NOTICE,
fo Claimant* of land, in New Westmin-
htrr District, which icftsformtrht Hesci'-
. ird Under the Procimns ofthe "S«m«s
Dykimj Act, 1S7S.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
a Commliwlotier will visit Clillll-
whack about -lie tlrst week In Juno for
the. purpose of holding inriiilrles and
takim? evidence lu all ciis<*s of disputed
clnim.1 to land, Pat-wind who are Inter-
esti'd arc hereby mililled to be prepared
with their evidence at the time mentioned.
F. il, VEUNON,
Chief Commissioner of Lands & Works,
LaiulB and Works Depai tinent,
Vlctorln, B. C, lOLb Mny, 1888.
dwmyl2w,'t
NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS.
Assossmont Act & Provincial
Revenue Tax.
NOTICE IS IIEHEBY OIVEN, in ne-
cordnneo with tbo Htdtules, tlmt
Provincial Hevenuo Tax and all 'faxes
levied under the Assessment Aet are now
due for the year NJBS, All of Ihe above
mimed Taxes eolleotible within the district of jJcwWeRtminatorare payable at
my offlco.       . .,
AsscJised Taxes  are colleetlblo at tbo
following rates, vl/.:—
If paid mi or before June Ml.h, 1S88-
■ Provincial Kov-anut-.W-fttporeapltHi
One-half ot one per ecill. on Real Property.'
Seven and1 oue-balf eontu per acre on
Wild Land.
One*thlrd .of one per cent, on Personal
Property. I
One-half of oue per efinl. on Income.
If paid ii'tcr Juno 30th,18RB-
Two-tliirds uf ouo per cent.ou Heal Property.
Klgbt and onn-hnlf eenls per acre on
Wild Laud.
One-IiAlf of ono per cent, on Personal
Property.
Three-foilrlhs of one per cent, on Income,
(j. WARWICK. ,„,,.,'
ABirrrBrior nml Cillloetiir.
Now Wontmliistor, May 12ill, Idas.
ilwitiy'2tlJclK>
HIGH  SCHOOL
Entrance Examination!
Tim KEMt-ANN'lTALEXAMINATION
of appHeiuit.'j for entrance to a III:;h
School will beheld In tboCentrnlSchool
Building, New Westminster, on
Wcdnestfny, May :toitli*
Cnmiiieiicluuat'llii. m. ,-
Candidates must be punctual.
S. 1). POPE.
dmyOtd Supt. of Education,
Loan Office!
MONEY    LOANED
On Watches, Pluiols, Plate, or Goods of
Any Description.
SecomMIaml Furniture
BOUGHT A SOLD.
ADVANCES MADE
On Household floods or Property of
uny kiU'i.
Lots! Lots! Lots!
HulldlugLots sold in any part,of the Town
on Monthly Installments to suit Purchasers.   No Interest charged.
All Itiislnrss Ntt-letly confidential.
-TO"xx«E.:E.A.xia: reidt
AUCTIONEER
FRONT KTUEKT,
mr Next Door to Caledonia Hotel,
dwmyltto
TEN ORATES k GASES
CROCKERY
—aso—
GLASSWARE
JUST ARRIVED FROM THK EAST.
Plain White Ironstone China
IN ALL LINES.
EnrtlioiiM arc Flower Pots in nil
Rues.
Full assortment of NEW GLASSWARE
cheap,
C. J. ROBSON.
(ImySta
Jersey Milk!
HAVINO   RECENTLY  IMPORTED   A
HERD OK HIOH-OitADE
I AM NOW PREPARED TO DELIVER
ANYWHERE IN TniS CITY, EITHER MORNING OR EVEN1NO,
RICH JERSEY MILK,
Which I Guarantee to bo as Pure as it
Comes from the Cows.
0S-AH order*! lett at the Stores of
MesNris.WOLFENl.iKN.H.M.CrNNINfl-
HAM A CO. and AUSTIN will receive
promptnttention.
dmhiiitc THOMAS CUNNINGHAM.
FltOVINCtfAL hEORKTARY'H OFKICR,
SAth Mareb, 1888.
Tho following telegram from TTln Excel*
lencjf the GovernopQcneral u* HU Honour tlio Ll elite nnnWIove in or, tn reply to
a telegram from HU Honour. «tnt Inn that
Itwns iimtorat-ood that parties filtlng out
for Behring's flefl were ftrinlng'for tho
purpose of rcHlKllug selKiire, Is piibllshcd
for geucrnl information.
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary,
T-ELRORAM.
OwAWA, Z7tU March, UW.
To LlUUTBMAWT'UOVEnilOn
- ok BniTitm Columbia,
VICTOUIA.
Your, Government should issue publio
notioo caiiliortihg persona «ol rig on Sealing
expeditions to refrain frortl nnsertloh of
their right a by force, And from taking on
hoard arms nnd ammunition In oxcchb of
their usnal 1'eqnlromCiits. The whole
fnatUiriii'Orignt£lng the attention of Hor
MOjeHly-* Government and forma Hie «ib*>
Jeet of dlploinatlo negotiatlomi now In
'progress. Any Intemperate action In tlio
menn-wiillo wonld be most detrimental to
British Columbian Interests mid might
load to serimiH complication.-*! nnd lie
followod by grave consequences to those
concerned. •
[Signed], LAN8POWNK.
New Westminster Southern
A    MEETING OF RUBSCBIBERS TO
J\ v the capital ntoek ot theU. W.*b.
K- tt.Mt!l hf brld atilieircnicOH, Mitwmle
Bloek, on Monday, June lllh, I hss. at 8
p. m., for thepurposeof electing director".
. T. J.- TRAPP,
-;*1 WMiMcOOLL,,
ilmyHid Provisional Dlrectom.
land Bexlstry Ordinance, 1870.
Lot No. fi, Ulock XII, and Lot No. 2,
Block XXIII, in the City of New Westminster.
A CERTIFICATE OF INDEFKARIBI.B
Title to thu above-mentioned Lota,
will be Issued to Alexander l.won on the'
SOtli day of May, 18H1*., unless In tbo meantime a valid objection thereto be made to
thi-iiinicrKlgi_i.il in writing by some per*
son claiming an estate or -interest ih said
Lois or somo part thereof.
H.W.  ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Oillco,
Now Westminster, 21st Fob., 1888.
AtC21it.il
mi mum
Per C. P. R.,
THK LARC'KST AND BUST ASSORTED STOCK OP
English, French, Scotch
and Irish
SUITINGS
Ever Shown ln New Westminster.
Wost of England Kroadolol lis
mid Ooeskins nud Fancy
Troiisrrring.
J. S. MANSON,
Columbia Bl., Opp. McKonzle St.,
' NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
rlrililSt,
C.E.WOODS, A. C. CAMBIE,
UHO SlHlVEYOIt. NtlTAHY POUUO
s,
LAND SURVEYORS,
j7\?*!l •"SU*
'fcll/oilVERllMEUFST
- vara hia b*.
Ij-O O KL!
20 PIANOS & ORGANS 20
On Ihe Way.   Will Soon tie Here.
riMIK GRKAT STKCK I'lAKtt HAS All-
I lived!!! Tho "AQMB" of Plamwllt
'flie inalclileHKlM-ekrrASoiilMatio. Also,
Iho groat improvfit and urtistin Ihtml-
nioii, tlio hirst Cumidlan-madt- Piano.
U(inl»eh A -t'hrioty nanus. W. W. Kimball and Chicago COTTAGE OROANH,
sold mi monthly payments, from 810 to
i'2'i per monih. New Pianos for rent, and
rent applied If purchased. Tuning and
n-.'piiirhift.
ii. ri:Ti;its,
"ColonlKi" Itnildlmj, QovcrnmentBt.)
dwnplfltc VJetorlR, B. O.
MACHINERY
HAVING LATELY INCREASED OUR
ennnecilon In the East nnd elso-
where very eonsldorably.wo are iu a position to bIvp prices on any class of Machinery that muy be required, IndiidiiiR.
Marine and Stationary Engines and.Rollers, I'litners, Matchers and Moulders,
Buzz Planers, Wood Lathes, Hand
Haws, Blind Machinery, Gaugo
Lathes, HhapInK Machines,
Shingle Machines, Lath
Machines A Bolters,
Two, Three and Four Block Circular Haw
Mills, Bund Haw Mills, Portable Engines and Boilers  and   Hoisting
Engines.   Also, John Bertram
A hons' and Tlie London
Tool Co.'s Iron Working
Machinery,
Brick 'Machines and Crushers of either
the Martin or Baird make.
Mill -Supplies of all descriptions, including Circular Saws, Solid or Inserted
Teeth, Lubricating Oils, Rubber and
Leather Belting, which we carry In
stock.
Steam Pi-im-iii of the Blako, Davidson or
Knowles make also on hnnd.
M'Avlly'n Patent Bolter Feeders supplied
on short notice, as well as Paints and
Oils, Axes and Edge Tools of-llie celebrated Broad innko, Wire Ropo, Plumbers uud .Steam Fitters Supplies, Aa.
We are sole ngnnui ln this Provinoe for
tho JOHN DOTY Engine 00% whose
Murine work cannot ho excelled, ns outfits we have furnished hero will testify.
FRASER ¥~LE0NARD,
rumble HI., Opp. Sirws.AdvcrllKrr,
VANCOUVER, B. 0,
Awttmlte
l|lttBWMMI0|l
AND CONVEYANCERS.
-A-GKEZSTTS   FOB
FIRE.—The Western of Toronto, The --Etna,'Die City of London, and The Hartford.
IiIFE,—The Now York Life Insurance Co.
ACCIUKNT,—The Travelers' of Hartford.
I.:md Ka»vcylngIn nil Its branches accu-
ratcly ami piomptly carried out,
Cily anil Sinlmriian Lnndit for Bale.   We
ean show a complete lint of desirable lo-
calitics. *
Farming; Lands. Improved and unimproved, thi'oughou; the district.
Wining und oilier Stork bought A Bold.
Mmicy In Loan on first mortgago nt low
rates. 	
Trlei'uonkCali. No. 38.;'
P.O.DltAWKBW.
WOODS, TlfRNEU & GAMBLE,
Offioe, Euard-s Blook,  -  Columbia Street
new westminster.
dmh Hie
*Mft
PACIFIC
Garriage Works!
COLUMBIA STHEET,
New Westminster, B. C.
REID & CURRIE
PROPRIETORS.
MANUFACTimERB 4 iMPOttTBItS OP
DEMOCRATS,
Misses Carr McRae
(LA'l'EOF SEATTLE)
FASIUONABLE UBESSMAKEBS
At the Bon Ma"rohe,
ColumblaBt.,      -      N.w Wostnililil.r _
At'irnis (or tin- 111Talao KiiinllvrCornet.
 dllpfflllr
DRAYS,   CARTS,
Anil all aorta of Vehicles.
Ploughs steel. Iron & Wooden
Harrows   Agricultural
Implements, *c.
Wc Imvo also a largo Stock of
CARRIAGE & WAGON  MATERIAL,
Whicli wo will Bell ai the Lowest
Possible  Prices,
COHl'HISIKO:    '
Hardwood,* Wheels (patent k homemade), SluiftB,' Poles, Hubs, Spokes,
Kims, Neck Yokes, Single Trees, aud all
kinds of limit Goods.
CARRIAGE HARDWARE,
Springs, Axles. Circles, .King Bolts,
Clips, Steps, and everything required for
Cnrriago building.
BLACKSMITHING. *
We would specially call the attention of
the Public io our BlaeksmltliinK Department. We employ the very Kent of Workmen aud wo Import all our Iron, Hteel,
and other material; consequently, wuonn
do bettor, both In prices and quality of
work, than any other Hhop on the Mainland of HrltlHh Columbia.
Estimate* given on mm Work, and con-
tracts taken for any kind of work.
lar men' A Iiiiagcri' SuppIlM kopt on
hand, rendy-mndo. Chains, HookH, Dog
Hooks, Blocks, Shackles, Hteel and Iron
WcdROH, Mall KliiBfl,   Ox Yoke Htapics.
Clevicos, Singletree Irons, Iron A Steel
Harrow Teeth, Harrow Hinges, etc,
.All kinds of Bepnlrs executed on short
notice.
Iran, HfcrM'hiihi, (--ml, and all kinds
of material sold, wholesale or retail.
■WCall and inspect our Stock and obtain our prices before ordering elsewlioro
ind you will save money hy It,
iworders hy mall promptly attended to.
dwfelllte REID it OURRIE.
AOBK-mi T.N.WBBEN&CO,, Vlelorln.
dwoeilyl
Brick Manufacturers,
BUILDERS AND
BHlCK-YAKIlSl Purl Hunt*/.
OKFICEs: (rormrr trolnmbln nnd Mnry
ht*., N«w Wctmlniilirr.     ilwmliiotir
c. Mcdonough
HAVING TAKEN
Lundbom's UiilldliiK, Front St.
. (Forrntirly occupied bjr Kyle A Tilton).
IS  MOW READY
to serve his customers and everybody
wltb as good a stock as a mnn wanta to
select from,
Dry   Goods.,   (iracrrlGH,   rravlnlans.
Crockery* lilHssware, Knots, Ae*
Come and see the new place, and let us
know what yon thick of it,
dwociflic c. Mcdonough.
MAJOR & PEARSON,
Real Estate Brokers  and
Financial; Agents*
AOBNTS FOB
ton federation Uth 'Assochtil«i(>r Tor-
. ionto^-j'
NMtli BrlU'di Mercantile and Cuardlnti
PlrcliiKiiraui'eCiiiiiitaiilcs.
c-J" Valuahli! I/its for sale in the City
and District of Westminster; nnd choice
Lots in the City of Vancouver.
Persons wishing to buy or sell city or
rural property should communicate with
us.
Offices: McKenzie Ht., Westminster,
and Hastings SU, Vnncouvei.     dwiiplOtc
NOTICK
SITTINGS OF THE COUNTY COURT
pf Cariboo will bo held:
At Llllooot, on Wcrliiosdny.UOtli Mrry.lSJS.
Al Clinton, on Wcrliicmlny, lath Jime,l__8,
At lfiO-Mlle Houso, on Thnndty, 28th
June, 1KB.
At Soda Creek, on Saturday. 80th June,
1888.     '
At niehfleld, on Friday, Olh July, 1888.
Hy Command.
JOHN KOBSON,
Provlnclnl Secretary.
1'rovlnolAl Secretary*.! Office,
18th April, 1888. dap20l4
iTOTIOB.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the notice dated I ho 3rd dny of .)uly,
1883, OIItorniQ* a bounty of two dollars and
fifty cents (*52.5(l) per hend for evory wolf or
panther killed In a settled district in this
Province has heen rescinded, end (baton
and after the date hereof the sum of Ave
dollars (■J5.00) will ho paid for overy wolf
or panther killed in a settled district, on
the certlHcnte of a Justice of the Peace
that such aulmul wan killed In a settlement, and that the hend waB produced to
ami destroyed by him.
By Command,
JNO. ROB80N,
Provincial Secretary.
Provinclul Secretary's Office,
2nd Moy, 1888. dmylml
W. E. FALES,
PRACTJCALJNDERTAKER.
Embalming a Specialty.
Dealer In Wooden anti Metaltc nur-
. Ul Cakket* • Funeral* Conducted.
A full line of Coffin Trimmings ahvnys on
hand. Parties at a distance supplied ut
shortest notlco. Satisfaction (juarau-
teed ln every particular.
dwocltc
ColumbiaSt. NewWest'r,
CHORAL UNION!
C
Will bo Qlven m the
ODDFELLOWS HALL
ad willows:
Tuesday, May 15tli t  *
Mendelssohn's Hymn of Praise, and
Stumer's Daughter of .Jahm
Tuesday, Mny £&nd i
Miscellaneous Concert—Songs of  AU
Nations.
Monday, May astlii
. LADIES' CONCERT-^Pergolesi's Sta-
bat Mater; Mcndelsshon'a Three Mo*
tetts; Caldccott's Khino Legend,
ADMISSION, GO CENTS; Reserved Beats,
Wets. Reserved Heats for the Threo Concerts, onk dollar. Tickets on sale at
Messrs. D. Lyal A Co.'a. dmy7td
MANITOBA
Flour -& Feed
STOKE,
EWEN'SGANNERY BUILDINO
Cor. Columbia & Begbie SU.,
WK8TMIN8TEK.
J. HfND,
IMl'OHTKR AMD nBALKll IN
Flour, Feed
AND M1R» PRODUCE.
CAI.1. A EXAMINE OOODS * PRICES,
ilmhauiii''
THOS, CUNNINGHAM,
HAVING LATELY IMPORTED A 5
year-old
Thoroughbred Jersey Bull,
Has decided to stand hlin for the beuell
of those wishing to Improve their stock.
For terms apply to
H. M. CUNNINGHAM A CO.,
dapUte Columbia Street.
MAMcRAE,
Merchant Tailor,
WISHES TO INFORM  THE PEOPLE
OF NEW WESTMINSTER THAT HE
IS EREPABED   TO EXEOHTE
ALL ORDERS FOR
TAILORING
A FULL LINE OF
English, Scotch and Irish
Tweeds nnd  Fancy
Trouserings.
SCOULLAR'S OLD 8TAND
Columbia St.,   •  Nkw Webtminstkh.
tlwniiiisitc
GUARDIAN
Insurance Com'y
OP LONDON, ENG.
Total Funds, $18,000,000
(jsr-OjTi.Ei.-y) r
ESTABLISHED 1821
Bisks Taken at Rates
as Low as any other
Reliable Comp'y.
T. R, PEARSON,
docTtfl AGKNT.
A
3STORTI3:
IfclRA\
Capital, $3,000,000;   Losses
Paid, 148,000,000        ,
Dai -m»»m«.»»»e-im tios
Rates as Low as any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
tr Kisk« promptly taken, and Low
satisfactorily adjusted.
T. a. PEARSON,
iaeUe .    AHEiNT
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
KurMtMrcatlltl..
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
ahome"company.'
This. Association  merits the ij
confidence the Public is repos- i
(ng in It from  the   following 1
FACTS:-
The Seauruy offered to polioy holders li
iinstirpasBcd by any Company doing buM" < >
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It bas no seheuefl of lnmranoe, but the ■*
well-entiibllfihod lines, hence the pfllloy
holderHeaunut bf misled -m to thefr oon-
traots.                      w oni            ■ *.■ .
Its Blntomentd to the publlo oan be read- 1
Ily understood, IU cub sUtempnt show- 1
Ins every Item ot 1 ticome and how expen- j
ItspoNltlonlsiwcertfllnedannuallyfrom ■
a detailed valuation ln which overy Horn -
of liability In moUided. I »
A«^Sffi&Bi»ffilQ*' B
It* policies are Indtspiitahle after three 1
years, and non-forfeiUiblo attpt two years* i'
eiilsWnce.                  ♦    .                 . \
Its proflte are distributed upon fin mult* \
nb|e basis._ The proms to one class
holders ore nbt lessoned to »>»-•
larger profits to Any other class, whl-Sh
method affords superior advantages over
the uutform bonus plan of distribution.
Liberal CwlltloM m to ImMcimiN
' Travel*
 j
J. K. M«cI)ONAliI>, r
Managing Director. \
T. R. PEARSON j
Aunt, Sew WMtmliuttt
l«MWHtlMnMI, *mmmmmmm*m?m
mm
Tbls column Ih paid Tor and comtucicit
by a CiiiuuiiUce ot tbe Tempt-ranee Or*
■aBliatlons or New WeilaUn-Oer.
Published every Saturday In (lie linlly
-t'olumlilait anil In (he Weekly.
€i>iuniunlr»tloiiH io be addrcned ta
" Editor Temperance Cnlnmn,**
REGULAR MEETINGS.
. 1.0. Q. T.-Evory Friday, 8 p.m.,ln Temperance Hall.
R.T.'ofT.-^Kvery Wednesday at 7:30p.m.,
In Temperanco Hall (old Odd-fellows',..
W, 0. T. U.—Sooond Wednesday of each
month, .1 p.in,,  basement or  Baptist
Chnrch.
For loiing Men.
John B. Goufth Buys: "Nimity-
nine men out of. every humlrorl who
aro mined morally, and I might sny
1 physiiMilly, intellectually and religioua-
ly, are ruined by tho uso of drink. It
is tho great curse of this country.
Then what shall we do? What we
want is to stir up tho people to move
in this matter. Wo want you to help
ub, yotttiR men. It mny cost Home-
thing, but-life ia a battlefield. What
a grand thing it is to bo n young man
with all of lifo bofore you, to mako of
it what you choose, to mould it as you
will, to make it just what you please,
flow many are making their life a de-
, sort, when it might be a garden I Making it a dreary waste, when it might
be fruitful in good works and holy in-
fluonces, stumbling, blundering and
aimless. 0, tho beginning ! So ninny
go to ruin with all of life before them.
You are like a switchman on a railway.
Here comes the locomotive and train
of cars, freighted wilh human life,
hopea and, happiness, and your hand ia
on the awitch. You can turn that
' train on the main track, you can turn
it on to the aiding, you can turn it
r down the bank, but when it has passed
by your control of it hna gone forever.
Never will you havo another such opportunity, and opportunities aro passing you day by day.    .
Look at the effects of drunkenness
upon a man. God made man in his
, own image. What mars that imago
[ and stamps it with tho counterfeit dye
of the devil'( Drink doeB it. Man by
1 nature walks erect and lifts his forehead to the stars, and ho is crowned
j lord of creation. What breaks hiB
fcsceptre, tears his crown from" his brow,
I and degrades him below the level of
| the he-ists.' Drink does it. What
| soars the heart and dams up tho foun-
I tain of puro and holy affection'/ It ia
I the drink. No young man expects
[anything of this kind to happen to
I him. I do not say that It will, but I
Lwant to warn any young man who is a
■moderate drinker that he stands on
[dangerous ground.
I Oh, it is sublime to wrestle with an.
| evil desire, thia mastery of self by the
I force of a high resolvo and the power
[of a mighty -frill; I will, I will, by the
Ihelp of God I wilt UJTo him that ovor-
Fcomoth I the treo of life, safety from
I tho aecond death, the white atone with
|the new name, the morning etar, thu
■white raiment, a pillar In the temple, a
■Beat on tlie throne with him in whose
•name he has conquered. To him that
lovorcouiutht Then buckle on tint ar-
Fmour, brave heart; stand thin in the
■ tight. Aye, though you fall tun times,
eet up again, battered, bruised, covered with scars moro glorious than
|wero ever borne by earth's greatest
(warriors, till by-and-bye, standhig
■erect, your armor dented and broken,
you shall shout victory I as you hang
[your battered armor on the battlement"
Lf heaven, and, having* fought the
pood fight, liY/yoiir laurels at the feet
Ef him through whom and by whom
|ou Btaud redeemed forever from the
ewer and dominion of every evil
fabit.   ■-     .   ■    ^	
■   ASelentllt-ftplnlnn.
I For some years, aaya the Scientific
^.merkqn, a decided inclination has
loen apparent all ovor the country to
tve up the use of whiskey and other
prong alcohols, using aa a substitute
leer and other compounds.   This is
Tvidently founded on tho idea that beer
. not harmful and contains a large
nount of nutriment; alao that bitters
Lay have some medical quality, which
fill neutralize the alcohol which it centals. These theories are without con-
hrmatioa in the observation pf physi-
Bans.   The use of beer is found to
Iroduce a specioa of degeneration of
lithe organs;  profound and deoep-
tve fatty deposits, diminished circula-
lon nnd perversion of functual aotivi-
Ics, local inflammation of both livor
Yd kidneys being constantly presont.
atelteotuaily, a stupor almost amount-
fig to a paralysis, arrests tho reason,
(hanging the highest faculties into a
nero animalism, sensual, selfish, and
luggiih, varied ouly with paroxysms
Jf angor that are aenseloss und brutul.
It ia our obaorvat ion that beer-drinking
m thia country produces the vory low-
Ist kind of inebriety, closely allied to
Iriminal insanity,   The most danger*
lusdata of ruffians in our country are
poor drinkers.
■■■ ■ ■'     »■«— - ■—
I From dark Africa comes on example of
k'isdom, The Uuiiula people, tlie most
Lrogiftwlve of-tho trihea that inhabit the
Ireat Congo oountry, decided that drunk-
pness was a crime and a disgrace. Pulin
wine was the intoxicant used, .Straightway eyory palm tree was cut down aud
Mo mpre wino could be made. To-day
Hie Bahulii peoplo are renowned through-
pt Contral Afvioa for -their tomporato
bbits.__
LJolm Blight, the eloquent and noblo
fribute.of tho people, said i "A monater
fcstaele Ib in bur way—strong drink, by
whatever name the demon li styled, in
vhatevor way it presents itself, this presents our success. Remove this one
;acle and our course will be onwards.
tad onr labours will be blessed."
■The six powers contiguous to the North
fta—Great Britain, France, Dolgium,
iolland, Germany and Denmark -havo,
litered into ah aarooment whereby the
lie of apirtnous fiqnors to fishermen ami
Ther persons on board fishing vessels is
•ohibM.
l-£- •-***>■ »	
I Japan has a temperance aHsoclutlon
Ihote members aro pledged not to use
■■llrop of alcoholic lkiuov until all tho
■iters of tho i earth change to the same
fink.-!   ."' ■" ■ '    *; ■■
Uowjiaud H(U, a man-of uote and noble-
ss, Baid: "Public  houses—the bane of
le country—excite the strongest indig-
Vioii in my mind," .
liildren Cryfor Pitchtr-iCastorla
^iOffetfbi&HIPPBfia.
ihe Ancient Ti'lhe «r fliio'ivcEjiroiloneviof
-Zoroastor.
The religion'of the Gnebres la several
centuries olil«r than t'hrifltiairit>v.;*Tli.ey_.ire
fu'.iowera of Zorun.stci', whoreyiuded Hie sun,
moon and stars 113 objects of worship, und
fire 11s a sacm! element to be trailed with
rr-voreuco and awe. Wherever tln-y nre
sutli-'ientlv nnmgrous and wealthy, they
keep a Ijght'.fn. their temples Biicred tires,
wliii-li arc never :illou*ed to bei;ome cxJinet
Ciom yenr to your from iioiierution lo g<>iii*r,i-
ticn. Prie.-ts .orf- employed to kee|i thee
■**-, -r-biirnitiR tiros riljamo by constant itiifiiid-
onco und feeding tin* 111 with fuel. In Bombay and othui' Indian cities, wh-ni the
Giutbn_s.ni India (hey ure known as I'lfrseeiJ
nre still numerous and weuliliy, tlio-snimm
fhinies arc muiiiuiMioil "t fin-m grease. 'I he
fires arc fed v.-iili Bitudahviiod^iui'd oth-r
li':.'i-iiit nnd coolly ku balances, und In*;,'**'
qiKinliiics of spices nre cost iuto the iliunoa
to bo consumed. Tlioy treat the ever-huniiiig
tire with tlio Hilme su*.-cn*tiiious reverence
thnt the Jiimtoo.s bestow upon their i'lola,
rich Guebrea spending tlieir money freely to
present it with fiuginut woods nnd K|iii'es.
J'he priests, whoso ituutiou il is to replenish
the liies with fueJ und see thnt they ure
never permitted to ;o out, regurd the llaiiio
na a yen. wred tiling.. Ho miieli so, that
they are said lo wettr 11 gag over theiriiiotiili
and nostrils when tbey am much the Bucred
llame, lost they should delilo it by contact
with human breath.
One curious result—-which I doubt not
mnny people will regurd as n good one—of
the Uuobres, reverouco for tiro, is that none
.of them indulge iii the habit of smoking tobacco. They may use tobacco assault', or
even chew it if so in-dined, but the Uuelno
who should be found with a lighted pi|*e or
cjgariu his mouth would at onco become on
object of ubliotence to liis co-religionluts.
They would regard him with much repugnance, as a person who had watit only de.
filed liis own god by putting his repiesenta-
tivi-, lire, to an unholy use. Centurio-f ugo,
.when Mohiininiciltuiisin, the religion oi the
sword, ewept over Peraia, ottering to the old
tire-worship ing po*>ulnti.m the alternative of
conversion to the new religion or death by
tli.ymvord, nil the (.timbres that preferred to
■iliu*,' lo their own belief und ouuld get away
Hod* to fndin. In UioCity of Homhay alone
lliero nre now about one hundred thottsund
fire-worshipers, 01- dear one-seventh of tbe
wholo population. They aro the mont enter*
prising people in India, controlling a large
eIntra of tho commerce of the entire country,
fhflfr biisiiiess enterprise and ability hus
nindo them very wealthy! so much bo that
the present King of Persia, "Nusr-ud-Deen,
-Sl uth-in-Shah, Asyluni of the Universe," etc.,
has hilely turned his august mind lu that di-
rottion. Not loifg ngo he sent it mumorial to
the wealthy C-luebreij of llotnbny, stating how
niii.'h ho loved them, and inviting thorn to
gather up their riches and come back to
their auciout home. Tho Guebres, however,
aro not to be caught in any such oriental
trap as this. They are now enjoying happiness aud prosperity under the British rule in
inula, and are too wise nnd wary.in these
dnys to plt-iiio themselves und their jiroporty
wiihiti reach of an oriental despot, even
though he. ho ro amiable a specimen as
"Asylum, of the I'nivcrse."
A curious thins; about the fow remain Jug
C'Urbres in IVi'sia ia, that while the rest of
the population about them, both Pen-fen and
Arnieniiin, aro notoriously dishoneat and
hardly know what it is to tell the truth, they
aro nu honest and reliable people. As a consequence of this recognized valuable trait of
character in the lire worshiping families,
thoy are almost always to bo found occupying positions of trust. Their chief occupation is that of -euurdfans over Uio private
property of wealthy Persians. Thus it would
almost seem that the last functions of the
ancient fire worshipers in Persia wns to
point a moral, to tench us that honesty is
recognized and appreciated iu overy part of
tho world.
A Story of Jonio James,
"'Now that I am on the subject of trotting,"
said Secretary Hail, of Detroit, in the rotundu
of tbe Merchant's, "I mn rennn-lod of an incident that t jok place in ISrd lit the Kansas
City meeting. There were several thousand
people congreguu-d jn the vicinity, 01 tho
ticket office, when Nudduuiy a hand of men
rode into tho inolosme und began disciiurg-
in*.' firearms apparently right into the crowd,
Ai they expected, there was a general scatter iny, and ere tho people collected their
.sense's tho ticket man had beeu overpowered
and his cash box, containing about $l,'.!*;u,
taken away by the members of the. shooting
Jarty, who turned out to be members .of the
esse James giiug. Rewards wore ottered for
the detection.una arrest of the perpetrators,
but nothing ever came of it.
"Tiio noxt summer, onto day while traveling nloug tho road toward Independence
Mission; .1 moi a single horseman, and we
soon bei-ume engaged in conversation, .We
did not exchange -.-ards or names, hut rode
along into the tjwn.on pretty good terms,
and a few moments after we separated I
learned that my companion was none other
than the notorious Jesse James himself, It
wus his crowd that had robbed toy ticket
seller a year before, but I did not j-ocognize
him as one of the participants. Among tlie
people it was tho generui impression, aud 1
have never heard lt contradicted from a re?
liuulo source, that Jesse James seorned to
enact the role of a highwayman when a
single person was concerned, but took A de*
lifcht in frightening large crowds when in
search of booty. Ills men knew that shoot*
in;,' over the heads of the spectators would
u'urm ihem fully as much and create more
of a panic than by killing people in cold
blood, and hence their forays were always
attended with a great deal of noise, hut little
Yio.euep toward their victims,
•Queer Chines* FadSt <
When a child is taken stek the parents he*
li.'vo that one of its souls has wandered
away and Is lust; so the poor mother ruus
to iho open door ami cries, "Lal! full" —
".-unil eome homo'! soul come home I" and
tho lather fansieus out into the Btreet and
croc-Be* the nearest bridge, searching for the
truant spirit; he hears the mother's wail and
simiiis hack the cheering answer, "Coming!
coming!" Thcuapanor horse is burued in
the houso for the soul to rid; home upon,
nnd iho mother, still utteridg her weird cry,
l-c.;ii-H to search the corners of her door —
—mud, If poor, brick or marble, if ahe is
rich—and the lirst thing of life ahe finds Ib
sitppmed to' contain thu tmissing spirit.
Uiti-u it isa lloe or a beotle. -.
When it it is secured she gives a great cry
of joy, wraps It in paper and pltu-es it under
the pi.tow of tho sutiering child, and expects
nn immediate recovery.. A,nd doubtless, if
tlm cluld is old enough and' not too ill to
purtaKe cf tho nioiher's faith, recoveries
(mind euros) uro freipient enough to per-
ileitis to tlie stmnge superstition. Foreigners
mty il.nl Unit mournful wail breaking upon
tbe siiil uight nir Ib utmost to sad to lie en-
dured,, (_. \ ik,i     •'.
rraUo Vow wile.
lVrti.-i'o yotir wife,' man; for pity's Mite,
give her a little eucourugoiueut, it won't
hurt hor. i:ho doesn't expect it; it will
tiiitho her eyes open wider ana wider
thun they havo forthe lust ten years;
but it will do her good for all that, ana
yon; too. There nro many women to-day
thi rat ing for a word of praiso and encour-
H.'1-uiuut. You know that if tho floor ia
clean, labor hat) been performed to mako
it ho. You know that if -you can take
from your drawer t clean shirt whenever
you want it, i-omobody'a lingers have
toiled. ^Vhy don't you eome out wltli it
heartily (' "Why how pleasant you mako
tliinL's-iook.wiio," or, "Iain obliged to
you for taking so much pains." If you
gnvo (i hundred -gnd aixtetMith* part of
tho compliment! vou almost choked
them with boforo they wero married; If
you would stop thn badinage of women
you are going to havo when numbor ono
18 dead ^iiii!) things wives may lauJi al,
bnt they Rink deep Fonit-uinos), fewer
womon would souk for other sources of
happitwn,
A Creaking Hinge
Is dry and tuns hard, until oil is applied,
after which it moves easily. When the
joints, or hinges, of tho body aro stiffened
nnd inflamed by^yiommttlsm, they cannot bo moved, without causing tho most
excruciating pninu. Ayer's Sarr-apurilla,
by Its action on tho blood, nolloves this
condition, and restores the joints to good
working order.
Ayer's SarsapariUa has effected, in our
city, many most roumrkabfo puhjh, In
oases winch baffled tho effort* of the
most experienced physiciuna. Wero it
necessary, I could giro the. names of
many individuals who have been cured
by taking this medicino. Jn irvcas* it
has worked wonder.*., relieving juo uf
Rheumatism,
after being troubled withitfor years, in
this, and ull othor diseitKOrt mi-dug from
Impure blood, there in no rum'cdyj with
whioh I am acquainted, that ul funis such
relief as Ayer's  SarsapariUa.—It. Ii.
Lawrence,'.
, Baltimore, Md.
Ayer's SanrnparHIa cured me of Gout
and Itliemiiatiara, -when nothing else
would. It hnn eradicated evory trace of
disease frim my system,'—B. H. Short,
Manager Hotel Seimont, Lowell, Moss.
I was, during many months, a sufferer
from chronic Rheumatism. Tlie disease
afflicted me grievously, In spite of all 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,
Prepi»rcd liy Dr. J.C. Aver&Oo., Lowell,Mass.
Sold by all brugglsti.   Prlco $1; six bottles, f 6,
TIMETABLE
Str. "Gladys,"
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, WILL
leave for Chllltwliiiek and wayplncca
on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS, nt 7 n: m., returhlnK 011 tho fol-
lowlnff dayH. For nil further intormntlon
apply on board, or to
W. B. TOWNSEND,
dmyfltc ^On the Wharf.
TENDERS
WILL BE RECEIVED UP TO NOON
of tiro ailth Har tor lire creation
BRICK  CHURCH,
With Stone Foundation, for the Congregation of St. Andrew's.
Plans nnd specifications enn be noon at
the offlco of G. W. Grant and T. J. Trupp
A Co.
The lowest or any tender not necessarlly
accepted. dmyltltd
iOOTS
AMONG THK NEW
Stock that wo have
Jnst received, you will find
Ladies' Fr, Kid Congress,
K width; Oil Goat Button
Boots, high cut; and we
have a French Kid Button
Boot for $3.
Men's, Women's, Misses'
and Children's Boots, Shoes
and Slippers, always in
stock,
Wc havo inst received a
new lot of Wigwam Slippers.
Call and see our Stock.
GRANT &MACLURE
COLUMBIA STREET,
WcMlttilualer, IM*.
dwmylfltc
SLIPPERS
N°
NOTICE.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
_ . we Intend to npply to the Honorublo
tlio Chief Commissioner of LuiuIh and
Works for a Lease of tho following tie*
scribed land, lu Now 'Westminster District, for timbering purposes;—Coinmem
elng nt a nn-u About one mile N.E. from
outlet of lake emptying Into Gulf of Georgia, about two miles north of Grief Point:
tlienee twenty chnins south; thouceeasr
2Qchains, thence south '20 ohalns, thenoe
east 20 chains, thenco south 20 ctinfm*,
thence east 10 chulns, thenee north 40
chains, thence east 40 chains, thenco
norlh 80 chains, thence west 20 chains,
thence north 20 chains, thonco west 20
ohalns. thence south 20 chains, thence
west 20 chains, thence south 20 chains,
thonce west 80 chains, thence south 20
chains, mora or less, to lake; thenoe following the sliHinsltks of the.lako to place
of commencement.
LAIDLAW k CO.
New Westminster, 24th April, 1888.
 ■ dmylfiml
N°
tiro I
NOTICE.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
we Intend to apply to tbe Honorable
.... Chief Commissioner of Lands aud
Works for a Lease of the following described land, In New Westminster District, tor timbering purposes:—Commencing about two and ii-luilf miles front outlet of lako emptying Into (Inlf of Georgia
about two miles north of Grief Point, lu a
small buy on \ve>i shoro of tlie lako;
thonce south io chains, thonce west 20
chulns, ihenee south 20 chnins, thcuce
west '20 chulns, thunce south 20 chains,
thence fast 20 chains, theneo south 2(1
chains, thenee oust 20chaliis, thence south
20 chains, thonce cast SO chnins, thence
south 40 chulns, thcuco west 40 chains,
thenco south SO chains, moro or less,to a
line running In a north-westerly direction and along that line one hundred und
twenty chains; (hence north 40 chnins.
thence wost 20 chains, (hence nortli 20
chains, thonco west 20 chains, thence
north 40 chains, thenco east 140 chains,
to place of commencement.
LAIDLAW A CO.
New Westminster, 1st May, IRSs,
dmylSml
NOTICE,
VTOTIOE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll we Intend to apply to the Honorable
tho Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for n Lease of the following described land. In Now Westminster District, for timbering purposes:—Commencing at a poiton the south shore, nbout
twenty miles from the outlet of lako
emptying Into Gulf of Georgia about two
miles north of Grief Point and about four
miles west from head of east, fork.and ten
chains east of creek running Into lake;
thenoe south (10 chains, thence cast 20
chains, tlience son I It 20 chnins, thenco
west 20 ohalns, theno** south 40 chains,
thence east 20 ehulns, thence south 00
ohnlns, thencu eust 20 chains, thenoe
norlh 46 ehains, tlumco oast 20 ehains.
thenoe north 20 chains, theuro enst 2ii
chains, thenee north 20 chnins, thenee
onst 20 chnins, Ihenee north 20 chains,
thenee we-d 20 chains, thenco norlh 40
chains, thenco east 40 chains, - thence
norlh 110 chnins, more or less, to lake;
thence following the sinuosities of the
lake to point of commencement.
LAIiLAWACO.
NewWestmlnster, 5!h Mny, Iftf8.
dmylBml
Land for Sale,
BEING CORNER LOT 10, BLOCK 4 N,
Range li W., I.illn Isliind-eontniuhlg
1B0 acres of Prime KAHMING I,AND,*|iu-
ali- on a good road, and nbout l\ miles
from tho North arm nf Prnscr lilver, B. C.
rrl«-, MM per Hcr-pi part cnsli nnd bnlanco ou time wllh Interest ut 10 percent.
Apply to
J. H. T01H) A HON.
dwinhMma Victoria, fl. C.
Gentlemen's Clothes
CLEANED & REPAIRED.
All orders left at the Furiners' Homo or
Mr. Iiaahwood-Jones', will bo promptly
af tended to.
HalUfiicilun Uiiurnnlfrri.      dHp2iml
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
we intend niuJtingm>i,li<:tit.tin lotliR
Chief Commissioner of I.iiikis an Works
for permission to lease/or timbering phr-
pni-.es the following described land, situated In New Westmlnsler District, and
flepcrlliei ns follows:
Coimnencingnl iipointou theciiKt bank
(him) about: one mile from lis ith) nf
Ihosl.reiim Mowing Into the bead nf I'ltt.
Lake: Ihenee easl (10 chulns, tbenee north
six mile.**, IheiicO'Wefe! laiclmins thonco
south «1\ mile:-, ll.ence mist t-o chains, to
point of eoniMiciK-oiiient.
BltUNKTTKMAWMILLCO.(Lil.)
H. h, UbHki-k, Mnungcr.
Now Wesl., May 17, W-K. dmyl7uil
CHILLIWHACK
GAMP MEETING!
THE ANNUAL CAMP MEETING IN
connection with the Methodist Church
will |1>. V.) be hold on the Camp Ground,
Chllllwhnck, commencing
Tliursday, May 31st, 1888.
Persons wishing tents wilt please com-
munlcntewlth George Chadsey, Esq., Humus. Thero will bo a boarding tent on
the ground, whero meals mayne had at
reasonable rates.
Tickets for the round  trip, to Chllllwhaok and return, and good during the
continuation of tho meeting, mny be had
from tho C, V. N. Co. for onu full faro.
 dwmylTld	
PORT HAMMOND
NURSERY
Fruit Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits,
And GARDEN STOCK on hand In great
variety.
Everything first-class and furnished ln
goodshaptj.
OS, Rend 15 eta. for valuable 80-pape De-
sorlptlv6'Catalogue with 0 beautiful colored plates.  Prlco Lists sent freo.
G.W. HENRY,
dw-delfltc Port Hammond, B. C.
Joseph  Bayliss,
IS   PREPARED   TO   EXECUTE   ALL
KINDS OF
Furnace,  Boiler Seating, and
Chimney Building  nnd
Repairing.
BRICKLAYING-
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
ESTIMATES given for every description of work.
Orders may bo loft with II. T. Read A
Co., Columbia St., New Westminster.
 dnpBto	
Lands in Xew Westminster
District.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the reservo which covers the lnnds
in Now Westminster District ihnt are situated to the wost of t ho North Rond, notice
of whir h wns published In the British
Columbia "«iiK«tte,» nnd dated 7th August, PM, hns been cancelled for the purpose of onrrylngoul the provisions of section 3 of "An Aettonmend the Lnnd Act,
188V' Chapter 10 of l8B8|*nnd for the purpose of sale in pnrct'K lots or blocks, at
public auction, nnd for no other purpose.
V, «. VERNON,
Chief Commissioner of Lands A Works.
Lands & Works Department,
Vlctorln, B. C, Mnv 10th, 1888.
•iinyllw2
"•"ANY MAN—
Who is Wtuik, Nei-voui, DeMMtttedt
who In his Folly mid I £ nnr mice has
Trifled awny his Vigor 6? Body, Mind
nml Manhood,caiiHiimoxlinust Ing drains
Upon tin Fountnt::» of Life, Heud-
•cli-r, - Dnckaohe, Dreadful Dream*,
WvHkuet.it of Memory, fruitful»ci« In
Society, i>lmpl<-M upon thn Puce and
all tho k.fte.ei* ietiillng to Early Decay,
Consu-mplloiior Insnnltv, wilt flndln
ourSpecllio No. 23 a Pailtlve «ure, it
imparls Youthful Vigor, restores the
Vital Power in old and young, strengthens and Invigorates the Brains and
Serves, builds up the muscular system
ana arouses into act Ion the whole physical energy of tho human frame. With
our Specific No. 2*1 the most onstlnnte
caso can ho cured In three months, and
recent ones In less than 80 days. Each
package contains two weeks trentment.
Prices). Cures guaranteed. Our Specific
No. 24 is an Infallible Cure for all Private Disease*, no matter of how long
standing. Sold under our written Guarantee to effect a Cure. Prlco 86, Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont,
CMSUIfTIM
Thnt dread terror, a disease so long
bnfllng science and the most skilled
■physlchins, who know of nothing to
arrest, nothing to nllevlntc, nol hing to
cure. Now it is no longer an lucnr-
ablo malady even when given up hy
physlctiniH, health enn yet be found In
UUit REMEDY; It liealr-* ami soothes
the inonibrimo of the Lungs, Inlhimcd
nnd poisoned by tho ravages of this
fell tllsea.se, and prevents tbe night
Kwe-il.siu-.il tightness across Iho chest
which accompany It,  Prlco ftl.
CURES    GUARANTEED.
Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont.
Otltt KLKHAST ritEP-UMTIONS.
Remember wc inniiufncture nnd nro tho
sole proprietors of tho following specialties, und that they can bo had from no
iJ'lfcr«*-. THEY ARE NOT FOR SALE BV
DRUQQtSTS. Cnin-sikhidonee sirietly con-
tidentinl. Constiltntlon upon utl chronic
disease Invited. KO CHARGE except for
medicines. All goods we'll si-euAi from
•ihsnrvntinn. Toronto Medicino Co., Toronto, Ont.
HAIR  COLORING.
Our ningnlllcent prepiiratlnns nro warranted perfectly biiriuless. Wo prepnre
tho following cidoiM—the tlntir shades
nrlso from the hnir Itself: Bliiek, Dark
Brown. Medium Brown, Chestnut, Light
Chosfr.nl, Gold Blonde. Ash or Blonde
Cendree. Hend sample of hnir when ordering. Price, $1! per bottle, Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, unt.
TOILET REQUISITES.
Iu onleilng please specify whicli you
reyuire; we guavantee tnem to give entire
safisfai-tion. No. K Imparts to Iho skin
the color nud frd-bness or mnldetiboodj
bunnies.-* and cannot be detected, Sl.i'.i.
No. fl remo.'cs wrlaltles. ftl No. 10■removes Liver Spots, *].!_.), No. 11 removes
Elosh Worms, 81,25, No. la removes
Freckles, $l,'2.'i. No. |;| removes riniples,
81."i>. No. 14 removes Tun, J 1.23. No. l.">
removes Molefl, m. No. lfl romhves Potik-
mnrlts, ft'i. No. I" removes undue Pei-snl-
rnMon,8l.2!i, No. |8,an absolute unfiiltllig
spcclOofqrtho r«tcn|lol),dhvelopmcnt<ir
restoration of |,bp Hnir, i\.'2'\ Toronto
Medlolne Co.,Toroiito,,tint-
THE BUST.
No. lOls n.cmbined. Iiifernnl and extor-
mil trontin'nt. whieh span-.-'lty develops
nr rest orci the f email! bnsi In the propor-
llonw of voiiiptumis nnluio. Is entirely
harmless nnd cerlnlu In results. Trice 83.
Toronto Medicino Co., Toronto, Ont.
dwaplUyl
Dress-MakingI
Misses McDOUGALL
COtUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
avsutJ.ra.tf.111l guaranteed,      dapisto
City Laundry
.101: QUI.
HAVING LEASED AND FITTED UP
11'shop nu nitidis 81 reel, nearly opposite Mr. Wise's Stable. Is now prepared
loundertnko the work of a
ttcitMMl Laundry.
Competent men employed, and work
guaranteed. Having engaged 11 Wagon
for delivery, olothes will bo delivered
promptly ln uny pnrt of the city. Flrst-
cliiss references given If required, A trial
order solicited. Trices will be found as
low ns in any llrst-elass establishment.
Families takon at special rates,
uarOnlcrs may be left at Mr. Dickinson's
Butcher Shop, Columbia Ht. djaSte
INDEPENDENT
STRAIGHT, FAIR COMMISSION BUSINESS.
OWNERS OF FARMS OR CITY LOTS
to sell will have their Interests, as
well ns buyers, carefully guarded ln all
transections, and no extras put on first
prices.
Always have good bargains In Vancouver Low,
Correspondence solicited,
WH. CLARK BELL,
Cambik St., P. O. Box 05,
daplfltc TTJi.ITOO'U'Traj'B,
Dominion Lands.
TF YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
1 Pre-emption or for rent of Mining or
Grazing Laud, or buying Farm, Mining
or nny bind from the Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY CASH
But pay ln SCRIP and save a
large discount.
Scrip can be obtained In large or small
quantities from
ALLOWAY & CHAMPION,
WINNIPEO,   MANITOBA,
OR FBOH
THE BANK OF BRITISH C01VHBU,
NEW WESTMINSTER
dwmh6t4-
To h Francisco, Cal,
BY WAY OP THE
R,
AND CONNECTIONS.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
Quicker In Time thou any other
Route between
Kew Westminster ud h Fruoisoo.
Brand Scenic Bonte of the Pacific
(.'oast.
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For Aaeiiiuiiimlutlnii of Ririronil-Clnns Pas-
siangani, attached to Express Trains.
Faro from Portlnnil to Sncramotito and
San Francisco: Unlimited, till Find
Clnss- (Limited), $';»| Second Class (Limited), #!_,
R, KOEHLER, Manager.
dJeSIc
E. P. B00EB8,
Gen. Frtriulit A Pass. Agent.
W. R. AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
General Merchandise!
NEW WJSSTMIJfSTKR, B. C.
Hay and Feed
3e\Jk.*—.—Z—\W.
WOOD & OOAL
(THEHEST QUAUTV),
Dry imOOih, Boots *& Shoos,
Provisions & Groceries.
FARMERS'    HARDWARE,
09"As we use no whisky or totmcoo we
can. by tempcrato habits and careful economy, servo 1 lie public nt CRpoclallylow
rntos. (lwJal2to
IMPERIAL
tU INSURANCE COMP'Y.
I Old Huoad St. aad \Q Pall Mali.,
LONDON.
INSTITHTED 1803.
IjlOR INSURING HOUSES ft OTHER
* BiilWings, Goods, Wares, Merchati-
disu, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
ShipB io Port, llnrlior or Dock, and the
Cargoes <>i suoh Vussols; alao, Shipa building and repairing, Bargea and other Ves*
gels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Gooda on lioard such Vessels, throughout
Great Brituin and Ireland aud in Foreign
Conntrics,
FK0H 1.088 On JUMAliK RT F1KR.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every iufornia
Hot .-.an he obtained on application to
Wi J. AIIMSTRONB,
Agent fo.- New Woltauiitor.
CASTORIA
for Infants and Ohildren.
• ''Oartsrtelswirelltdipiiyitoeklldniiauit I eutnU com tm, Oemthmiten,
lrecomnnrndltMiuporiortowif prescription I B°nr Stomacli, DiolTboea, Eructation,
known to me."      VL A. Alans, M. D I Killn Worms, jlvei ileep, Md promom «.
U18o.Ol(oi4Bt.,Ilwo__rB,i;.1y.   IwitK^ort.u.Bedlotttai.
Tun Cllrruin ConpiKV, 77 Uiirrey Street, S. V.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S.  MASON,
CUYLER A.  HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, ■ 56 Hew Broad St. • LONDON, ENGUND.
The Business of ALLSOP b MASON hu been merged in the ibore Compeny
nnd will bo carried on by the Company from this date aa a general Laid InratMrt
and Insurance Agen iy. .
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Batea. Town Lota aad Ambf
Lands for Sale on easy terms.
Victoria, B. C, May Uth, 1887. dwJtTt*
VANOOUVER OITY
Foundry iMachineWorks
THE PROPRIETORS OP THKSE
-works have much pleasure in notifying their friends and the public that they
are now prepared to receive and promptly
execute any ordors for work ln their line
with which they may be favored.
A.MCKELY1E,
Mechanical Manager.
Vancouver, B.O., Sth May, 1888.
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STEAMEB
"RAINBOW"
ARRIVES EVERY
MONDAY and FRIDAY.
DEPARTS
TUESDAY and SAXURDAY.
riONNEOTINQ WITH O. R. A S. CO.TS
_  Steamer for the Sound, anil wltb Str.
"GLADYS*' for up-river.
For particulars, apply to
TURNER, BEETON A CO.,
Victoria,
orto      W.J.MATHERS.
dwupTJOtc Agent at Westminster.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED*
A PRACTICAL ENGLISH GARDENER
desires to obtain employment In arranging gardens, hotbeds, flower bedi.
lawns and other work of that nature, Hu
a thorough knowledge of bta builnoM
and guarantees satisfaction. Excellent
references lf required.
Address "W.V.," this offloe.   dmhSlto
DRESS MAKING
At MISS JENliErag',
(Late or Ekolakd)    I
Corner of Churoh and Columbia Streeta,
NEW WESTMINSTER.   .
aarsatlsfactlon guaranteed.    dwf«7to I
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARP STBEET • VICTOUIA.
A.as_srTs jtob
North British and Mercantile
insurance Oo. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON *\ CO.,
36 Finsbury Circus,
London, K. C.
JOHN S. COX,
IMNITEI AND DEALER IN
It CmIi Ho More to Keep Good FowU
than It Dock to Keep I'oor Fowli,
My Breeding Pens are equal to any In
the Untied States or Canada.
I propose to furnish Eggs from Premium
and First-class Fowls, my design being to
establish a reputation tbat wilt last,
. Cash must accompany all orders,  Address, with stamp
dwmhtto
JOHN S. COX.
Kew Westminster.
1
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE sl-lBCltlBEHH AUK NOW PREPARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIGS
At Biralnt Low Kirtes.
ni All Sinfs of Teaming
Done at Shortest Notice.
\9ry Cordwood dollvcred to nny part of
the City.
Ordero by Telopliono will receive prompt
attention.
narsuiblas nearly opposite c. P. K. He-
pot, Columbia SU.KewWest-nilnstor.
djautc      GILLEY BR08. pkom.
TABLE
Showing tbe Dates md PUces of
Courts of ARRlce, Nisi Prlns, Md
Oyer ind Terminer, for the
Year 1888.
SPRING ASSIZES.
[On Vancouver Island.]
Victoria Monday. 21st May
Nanalmo Tuesday. 5th Juno
[On Mainland.]
NewWestmlnster...WedneHdrty...2nd May
Kninloojis  ...Mondav... -ll li June
Clinton Monday iltli.lime
fall assizes.
[On Mainland.]
Rlchfleld Monday mth Sopt'r
Clinton.... W.'ilnpsilny,-Mill Sept'r
Kamloops Monday Ist Oot*r.
Lytlon Monday Kth Oct'r.
NewWestniliislcr.Wednesdtty-.UIh  Nov'r
fo« Vanwuvbr Island.]
Victoria Monday 9Uh November
Nanalmo Tuesday .....4th frwember.
daparml
COME AND SEE I
W. H, HOLDEN,
TTAVINO TAKEN POSSESSION OF
IX the "Temperance HooBe,"fronting
on Columbia and CHnrch Streets, opposite
tbe Episcopal Ohureh, and now nown
as the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate tho traveling public
at the following rates:
Board per day . ^..^h^..*^^ 00
"      " week  «,„5 00
Single Mculi, ««.,..««««.   as
■tLOood acoommodatlon for Ladles and
families. myfto
Flowers for sale
Fook To Lielc Song SwOBf ffiaf.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE
Chinese LatoConteacteil,
Clearing Land and Cutting
Cordwood.
FOOK WO~i CO.,
COLUMBIA STREET,
Near Cleveland Hotel,
NewWestmlnster.    dfelBmS
ESTABLISHED 18S9.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Hearlj Oppoilte tke CoUHii R*td,
NEW WESTMINSTER
THE LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
. assortment of all deuriptlou of
MEATS AND VE8ETABLES
Constantly oa hand, ud supplied to rest.
llles, Rcstanrwits, and Stumboata at tht
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICM.
CHINA & JAPAN
Fancy Goods
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED a Jam
consignment o( all kinds ot
CELEBRATED TEA,
Embroidered 811k flooli,
Bliawli, Screens, lied QallU,,.
Dreniig flowni, lie., lie.
—AtflO—
Porcelain, Satiine, CIAImim,
Bronze, Ivory, Sandalwood and
CHriOI of Every Description.
IMPORTED IY EVIIiriTUIII> MKtT latt
CHINA MB Jitf/W.
Hoping that you will honor us wllh your
visit, we remain very respectfullyyoun,
Kwong on Wo &Co.,
FRONT STREET, Nn MtMMM, ll*
PwtoneeBaiNo.7.   - ,iir.:M:Jiiii-.a:jrtLiii.''ii''i
▼ HE.PMLY  COLUMBIAN
PUBUBHBD
-ErofT ii-ton-M* mmH landar*
BY THI ■
•tmiB OOUtMIUM •munnoOWMKTlliKiTi*)
M the CompHiiy'a stoam Prtnttnic Bs-
tabllibniopt, Columbia Ht,
BY   MAIL: . „ „.
Rr 12 ittOiUbs - fo gg
r ftnaonthii * »
Wr 3 montUs...«.« - 2 2S
DELIVERED IN THE CITY
for 12 months.;.-. 4» M
For smoatbs ,  ojg
Per month , ■>-      ™
Per week      *
Payment In nil ciwes (except for weekly
rate) to be mude in advance.
-WVKTMINO RATE! FOR THE DAILY.
Tratiilent AdvrHtofnenli-r-Fliit Insertion, lOctH. per line Bolld nonpareil} each
subsequent consecutive Insertion, 2cts. per
Hue. Advurtlsemonts not Inserted every
day, Sots, per line ench insertion.
staadlaa- Adveriheiueais. --llegular
Business or Professional Advertisements
will bareoeWed at followlnu rates: 1 inch,
p per month; 2 Ins. W, H col. M.80. X col.
tUtt! 1 eol,HO. If Inserted for less than »
mos. 10 tier cent, will be added.
Mperlal notices among rending matter,
lln cts. nor line eaoh insertion, Special"
cnllinx attention to advertisement^lOots.
per line,
Bi rths, MnrriaKOK and Deaths, -fl for euch
Insertion; Funeral Notices lu connection
wl th deaths, 60 cts. ench Insertion,
Inetion inl«, wheu displayed,cliurged
■ft per cent, loss tban transient ndvts, If
aftlld, ciinrged at rejiiilar transient rat#s.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
U»nr<l erei-jr Wednesday Muralng.
Imliverml In the City, per year.
" "  ' per year...
H iiuinths,
Mailed, per year.'..
\ian»'.i,itu •"*■
 9:1.00
 2.00
  1.25
WEEKLY ADVERTISING RATES.
TrnHSlrnlAdvcrUscioents.-Kirstlnflor.
linn, tticta. per. line solid nonpareil; sub-
ipqiient insertions, a cts. per line.
" riandlUR Adverllsements.-Kor 1 Inch.
ll.W per month; 2 Ins. $2 perm.; Sins. $3.00
■perm.; lcol.IW.76 perm. If Inserted for
less tlnui 8 mos. 10 per cent, will he added
to these rntc-i.
Special notices among rending matter,
2t» eta. per line euch Insertion.
■ rnismustbOHll metal, and tor large cttts
an oitra rate will be charged.  No advt.
Inserted in either Issue for less than £1.
••■Persons sending in advertisements
•hould lie careful to st-alo whether thoy
are to appear iu the Dully Edition, or the
W*ol(lr,orboth. t     .
*■•- D. HOBSON, Manager.
: NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Plants for Sale.
'.For Salo	
. Farmers' Home
...W.J. French
gftilg JBritwh Columbian
,, featarday Kvening. Hay It. 1888.
The anag boat Sampson returned
from op river last.night.
Still booming—Real estate in Westminster oity and district.
The cricket olub held a very successful practice this afternoon.
Go and seo tbe grand bargains of
lot* for ule at Reidt's Loan Ofllco. *
Mr. Wm. Vianen's new wlinrf and
packing house on Front street is approaching completion.
i The itr. Gladys loft for Chilliwhack
thWn&btaR with a number of poeseu-
Ken and a fair freight.
The baseball club will practice this
evening on the cricket grounds, and it
ii requested that evory member will be
present
The sale of reserved seats for OU*
vette and Mikado began yesterday at
1 p.m.and by noon to-day 63 seats had
been sold.
Attention is called to the real estate
ule of Mr. Win. Reidt, whioh takes
place to-night. Plans may be seen at
the More.       ,    *'■• It
( TtjfWHtiftrftfW the Queeu's birth-
day celebration nre meeting with much
success and have collected a very handsome amount.
The Str. Irving returned from Obilli-
whack tliis afternoon with 405 sacks
charcoal for Ewon'a cannery, aud a large
quantity of farm produco.
THo Rainbow .cleared for Victoria
this morning. Anu-n(< bur freight yesterday whs 000 buga flour ami a largo
quantity 0/ agricultural implements.
Whether on land or at sen, on the
prairie or iu the crowded city, Ayer's
PUU ure the host Cathartic, buiug convenient, efficacious, and safe. Fur torpid Uver, indigestion, und sick headache,
they never fail.
Bush fires havo started in the vicinity of the Junction. The targe quantity of dry brush and wood about tho
station makes it very dangerous to adjacent property.
There is no danger to human life more
to be dreaded than that which arises
from:vlflated Wood. Dyspepsia, rheumatism, headache, and general debility,
all result from it, and are cured by the
use of Ayer's SarsapariUa. Take it this
month.   Six bottles, **o,
Silver trout are running in turgor
numbers in the river at present than
hu ever beeu known before. One of
Vianen's boats brought in 22 this
morning and others wore nearly as
successful. The trout weigh from 7 to
10 pounds and are perfect beauties.'
Mr. Wm. Boyd Hill, Cobonrg, writes:
"Having used Dr. Thomu' Eclectric Oil
for some years,-1 have much pleasure in
testifying to its efficacy in relieving pains
In the back and shoulders. I have nlso
nsed it In cases of croup in children, and
hare found it to be all that you claim it
to be."
The meeting of the Ooquitlam Water
Works Co., which was to have taken
plaoe this evening at 8 o'clock in tho
company's office to consider the wnter
works scheme, bu been postponed until 8 o'eloek on Tuesday evening,'* wing
to the building society having a draw-
idf to-night.
S, MoRse, Wyebridge, writes: "I
have sold large quantities of Dr. Thomu' Eclectric Oil; it Is used for colds,
-sore throat, croup, ke,, and in fact for
any affection of the throat tt works like
magic. It is a sure oure for bums,
wounds and bruises."
The Choral Union will give their
seeond concert oh tnesday night iu the
Oddfellows' Hall. The programme
will consist entirely of songs of all nations, and ought to be a very delight
ful |»4 attractive affair. This will be
the most taking ooncert given by the
Choral Union, and we hope to see
every seat occupied.
No Trmt Likr MR PRKfENT for seeking medioinal aid when what sre foolishly
vailed "minor ailments" m&ntfest themselves. There ore no " minor " ailments.
E*tery symptom Is the herald of adisensR,
every lapse from a state of health should
be remedied at once, or disastrous con-
sequenoes are likely to follow. Incipient dymeMia, Slight costiveness, a tendency to biliousness, should be promptly
rt«*rtaM*t»fe North** U«mA
Vegetable Disoovory audgwat Blood Pu-
rifler, and the system thus shielded from
wone eooseqnenoes.
The llut Spring-.. _
In connection with the Horn which
appeared in this paper the other, day
on tho above subject, tho names of
Hours. J. R. Brown and brother, soo-
proprieters of the hotel and springs,
.wore inndverently omitted. Mr. Armstrong inferms us that to Mr. .1. R.
Brown, the worthy host of thb St. Alico
Hotel, is due the chief oredit for developing the springs us a popular health
and pleasuro resort.
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Hull ha I rishlng.
Tho noted Capt. Jacobs, of Gloucester, Maine, has brought out two
schooners which aro now scaling on
the west const and intend proceeding
to Ttohring son. He nud a party of
others have established n market nt
Port Townsond nnd aro shipping a
considerable quantity of halibut, fresh
and ditched, to the New York and
Boston markets, Capt. .Jacobs can
place these iish at a lower cost ou tho
eastern market, from thu Pnoilio const,
tjinti they can be brought from Greenland, where the principal supply for
the American market is now caught.
It is Capt. Jacobs' intention to place a
Boot of DO schooners in the deep sea
fishing and sealing trado next yonr.
This ought to nwaken British Colum
binn fisherman to tho fact that our
lishing possibilities ure unlimited, and
it only requires a little capital nnd
energy to establish a similar market
under as favorable circumstances.
ttlivelte at the Sew Park.
A large audnyiso witnessed the production of Olivette by the Juvenile
Opota Co., at the Now Park last evening. It was the first prcsoutution of
the opera by the company, audit can
be justly called tho most successful
first production ever given in Portland.
There were five encores, and four times
tho ourtatn rolled down only to be
raised again to satisfy the transported
audience. George Boban did all thnt
wu required of him as Captain de Mer-
iinac, and mnde nn excellent impression sb the jilted lover and in voluntary conspirator. Evan Gamble enacted the rolo of Valentine, Captain
do Merimao's intrepid nephew, with
grace and precision. Miss Jennie
Martin, the loving, conniving Due'des
Ifs, has a sweet voice, and hor singing
called forth the plaudits of listeners.
Teddy Gamble, as Coquelicot, was
positively funny. He sang "Bob Up
Serenely" in an extremely exquisite
way, and received six encores. Miss
Camilla Cleveland scored a splendid
success ns Olivette, and Hiss Emma
Berg fared likewise as the Countess.
Their portraitures of roles assigned
them were .very fine, and their singing
equally to.—Oreijonian.
Britisli Columbia Fisheries.
The government have appropriated
$10,000 for the purchase of a steam
yacht for tlie ubo of Mr. Thos. Mowat,
inspector of fisheries. Mr. Mowat intends making a complete tour of tho
coast as far nortli ns the Nitas River
and the Alaskan boundary, t»king iu
the Queen Charlotte lunula, for the
purpose of ascertaining the oxact whereabouts of the cod banks which are
known to exist at dill'erent points off
that group. Tho vessel will bo fitted
up with all modem appliances for deep
sen sounding, beam trawling and ascertaining bottom and surface temperatures. Apparatus will ho funiiahnd
for tskiui; the siluiu pmper'.ii's of the
water st various fduces, and records of
thu different «e-au currant' will bu
made on ilie ttip. Thu equipment t-f
tho yacht will 1 e Sihn^r.tu thut of the
U. 8. fish comhilSsiuncr's sieaiun- Albatross, whioh.iB 011 hev way to iho
uorth Paeilicconst nml is expected t>
reach Port Townsend in August. The
results of Mr. Mowat's trip will lit. tlie
exact locating and mapping of any fishing banks found and tested. The sending out of this expedition by the Dominion govornment is a very wise
move, und cannot but result beneficially to tho fishing industry of the
coast. Tho commanders of the sohrs-
Triumph and Viva, previous to starting out on their sealing expeditions,
were furnished by Mr. Mowat with
fishing gear end sounding appliances
for tho purpose of taking soundings
and locating any banks they may
chance to run across during tho sealing voyage.
The Bobson-Hiitcr Ubrl Case.
The cose of Mrs. Suter. who claimed
the monoy realized by tho sheriff's sale
in the aotion for libel, was concluded
lute last night, nnd aB it presents some
very extraordinary features wo propose giving, as briefly as possible, u resume of the evidence and tho circumstances. The claim set up by Mrs.
Suter was bnaed on an alleged agreement entered into with Suter in 1677.
At that timo Mrs. Suter wu living in
Victoria, but had no home and not sufficient means of supporting herself-and
two children, According to the evidence of herself and Suter, the latter
offered her a heme for herself and
children, and 850 a month, if Bhe
would come to Westminster nnd keep
house for him. This offer nas accepted, and sho enterod upon her duties
early in 1877, and has remained in that
position ever since. Sho received no
wages, however. Thore wus a sum of
£100 sent her from England, and of
this she lent Suter about $400 to assist him in his business. Both she and
Suter swore that she hnd asked him at
various times during the 11 years for
payment of her claim, but ho kept putting her off and pleuding poverty.
Whon proporty at Port Moody began
to boom, these two witnesses stated,
the cluim wns ayain brought forward,
but no payment mnde. On the 12th
of July 1887, a writ was issued against
Suter in Ihe suit of Hon. Jtio, Bobson,
churning 610,000 for libel. This writ
was served on tho 14th July. Mrs,
Suter, it was stated, now became anxious nbout her claim, nnd as a result
Suter agraed to give her u mortgntte on
his real estate and a bill of side on tho
Ouardian plant rs security. Somo timo
beforo the ond of 1887 ho gave instruction' tn his solicitor, Mr. Atkinson, to
hive thoso documents nijepurci Mrs.
TJtrter twnfo thnf shb sa#them tiefdi-e
the ond of 1887, nnd Suter Bwore the
two mortgages wero executed at least
HlS
two months before Januuty, 1888. The
mortgages themselves were produced
in court, and Mr. Whiteside (law
clerk), who drew thein Up, .woro that
they were not written until January,
1888. But they were dated 1st November, 18871 Mr. MoColl pointed
out that tho mortgages had been originally dated 1888, bat the "eight" both
in the body of the instruments and on
the endorsement had boon erased and
"seven" substituted. These amendments, Mr. MoColl stated, had been
made by Mr. Tuck (one of Mr. Atkinson's clerks), who had witnessed the
documents as having beon executed on
the 1st November, although, Mr. MoColl alleged, it was well known that
Mr. Tuck did not arrivo in the city until ufter Unit dato ! The inference was
that tiio mortgages had not beon executed until January, 1888, anil that
Mv. Tuck had dated them back to Nov.
1st, 1887, and on the strongth nf this
antedating Suter swore they had beeu
executed iu 1887. But although these
instruments woro prepared iu January,
they were not registered until after
juilgmoiit had boon dolivored in the
Rolrsun-Suter libol caso. Judgment
wes given Jim. 23rd, and tho mortgages and bill of sale wero registered
on tho 26th. Both^Sutcrand his house-
koeprr swore that the furuitnrb in the
houso, with tho oxception of a bedroom suite, belonged to Mrs. Suter.
Put Mr. MoOoll produced two affidavits made by Suter, ut the time the
sheriff had possession of his house, iu
which ho declared that tho furniture
was his, and he claimed exemption on
the ground that ho had no property
besides. When confronted with these
affidavits and asked to reconcile it with
his sworn evidence, ho had no nuswer
except thot he wished to got the sheriff out of his house! The bill of salo
frinn Suter to Mrs. Suter rated tho
value of the Guardian plant at $1900.
Mr. MoOoll produced a prospectus,
published in the ('inri'iliim, iu which it
was stated thnt the plant was worth
over $10,000, and the only explanation
Suter was able to give was 'that the
good will of the business waa worth at
least $5,0001 Mr. and Mrs. Suter were
the only material witnessoa for the
plaintiff, and the defence called only
Mr. Whitoddo and Mr. Armatrong to
prove Uie date of tho preparation and
registration of the doouments. Mr.
McColl claimed that the wholo transaction was clearly fraudulent, and that
tho purposo of the mortgages and bill
of salo wos to prevent the judgment in
tho libel cose from boing satisfied. Tho
wliolo claim, he said, rested on Mrs.
Suter'a evidence, for Sutcr's ovidenco
could not be received in view of the
facts presented which mado its
material parts unworthy of belief.
But if it should be admitted
that Mrs. Sutcr's claim waB bona fide,
n claim for wages whore no agreement
existed could not cover more than 6
years of arrears, and Mrs. Suter could
not logally get more than $3,000. But
the securities given. her undor mortgages amouuted to more than that
sum, and the printing plant, against
which the execution had been issued,
oould not be held under thut claim.
Mr. Atkiuson claimed that tho transaction was perfectly straight, and appealed to the sympathies of the jury
on behalf of A poor widow who was
being pursued by one of the most influential and richest men in the province. The learned judgo summed
up briefly and asked tho jury to rind,
(1) Whethor Mra. Suter had a buna
fide claim and how much? (2) was pressure ucod by. Mra. Suter to induce
Suter to oxcciito flio bill of salo! (3)
did this pressure induce him to execute tho instrument? (4) was. that, the
dominant and substantial motive? (5)
ur was tho rrtihs'initinl riml tlniniil'in'.
motive to prefer the claim t>f Mra.
Sutor to that of lMis.ni! Tiro jury,
ufter an nb-uiicir of !esr than an hour
returned unswors to all the ipe.-tinna
iu favor of Mrs. Surer. Mr. Atkinson
oppenrod for Mrs Suter; Messrs. McColl and Budwell for the defence. The
verdict was a complete surprise to
overy ono who heard tho case, and an
appeal has been entered.
HOME INDUSTRY.
AulmmciihcniiHliicM->--lDeren>iliiB Local
nud Expert Trade —An Army »f Eni*
pl«yfr»*—Monlh1j  Wnars Bill
Over me,tiM>.
A Columbian representative visiud
the extensive establishment .of tlie
Royal Oity Pinning Milts in this city
yesterday, and amid Uie rush aud
whirr of busy machinery, the ceaseless
fuBilade of flying sawdust snd shavings,
and the ttiturminablo vista ol swiftly-
gliding belts, managed, with the assistance of the courteous for men of the
different departments, and others, to
obtain tho following information,
which we will cndeuvi>r to lay bofote
our renders in as comprehensive a
maimer as possible We need not <_<>
into tho hUtury of tho establishment,
as that hns ulr-uuly heen rrctted in
public prints, hit into thu personnel
of tho compnny, as the gentlemen
composing it nro to* well known to
requiro such notice. Sttflico it to say
that the present company have consolidated into one Iniiro buolnois, what
wob a few ycnrB ago the Un separate
establishments of the 1) 'inioiuti Sawmills Co., aud the It 0. P. Mills Co.,
and have, by ablo manugemont, raised
the institution to its present enviable
status. The oompany hus a branch at
Vancouvor, about which we shall say
nothing except that it is a reproduction, although on a smaller scale, of
the immense establishment in this
eity. About 10 acres are utilized here
for tho vniiotis buildings, yard-i,
wharves,. &c. Wharfsge facilities are
practically unlimited, uud if tho efforts
of tho firm nnd of the citizens, to have
Urge sea-going vessels oome up the
river, aro orowned with success, which
soomS probable, yot further impetus
will be given to the present large ox-
port trade nf the mills. For exporting
by rail, the or.mpany have side-tracks
from tho N. W. branoh line running
through their yards, so that they can
load bars direct from stock,
THK SAWMILLS.
The logs to supply these como from
threo different logging-camps, situate
respectively at Mud Bay, across the
river uppo'iito this oity, and about
seven iihIi-h up the river on the north
"of city" Bide. A lsrffo'*pi,oportiori1'ijf
the Mud May lues go to supply the
Vancouver branch.   The capaoity df
•asm
the mills in this oity ft about 40,000
feet per day.
The floating monsters of tbe boom
aro dragged from their half-submerged
repose up an incline by huge chains
that are wound up on what is known
aB the bull-wheel. The logs are then
successively handled by an immense
circular saw, a re-aaw, two trimmers,
and a gang saw. The large circular
squares them and, unless intondocl for
tho gang- saV, cuts them into planks.
Tho re-saw and the trimmers still
further subdivide and shape, and the
gang-saw will convert a squared log
into boards with one cut, as it consists
of numerous parallel aaws arranged an
inch or so apart, according to tlie
desired thickness of the lumber.
Tho material that ii designed for
further finishing descends by a slide
into the plaining room. Hero nro
three planers. Ouo is kept busy for
weeks at n time turning out what is
known as "drop-siding," specially for
the Northwest markets, and in demand
nowhere else: All the planers are
kept busy turning out various styles of
finished lumber.
Near the planing room is the lath
null, consisting of bolter, lath machine, aud trimmer, with a capaoity of
25,000 laths por day. A pair of 20-
horse power engines run the lath mill
and pinners. The various caws in tho
sawmill department aro driven by two
40-horae power engines. A 12-horse
power engine runs the sash and door
factory and turning mill, to whioh we
havo not yet como. Six immense
boilers furnish steam for the wholo
establishment, aud sawdust, which
serves tho purpose excellently, is
almost the only fuel used.
A shingle mill, with a capacity of
30,000 per day, ia kept running full
blast, and the shingles are packed into
a drying-room close at hand, from
whence they can be loaded on the O.
P. R. carB. A great many are sont to
the Northwest, A small gang-saw
also runs exclusively for cutting box
lumber, 100,000 boxes having been
turned out laat year for tho canneries.
ln connection with the sawmill department are a tiling-room and a lunching shop. These lust aro for keeping the saws and other mnohinery repaired. Mr. W. L. Johnson is foreman of tho milts, and has n staff of Gl
whites and nbout 50 Chinnmon, over
110 in all.
THE FACTORY.
Mr. T. W. Kerr is foreman of the
factory, and about 40 hands are employed. Here an avorage of 12,000
each of doors and windows uro turned
out per month. Here, too, all sorts
of scroll and fancy work, wood turning
and mouldings are produced. The
machinery in this department comprises seven circular saws, ono band
saw, one large moulding machine, two
stickers, two tennoning machines, two
mot Users, one shaper, one universal
Wood-worker, one largo diagonal door
planing und polishing machine, ono
26-inch double surfacer, and numerous
smaller machines, which need not be
mentioned. The diagonal planing and
polishing machine above was put into
the factory only about a yonr ago, and
has a capaoity equal to 20 or 30 men.
It is snid to be tho best of its kind in
the provinco.
DiKirs and windows, both plain and
ornamental, nre turned out. An elevator leads from the ground to the
second floor, whore. iB tlie finishing
room, through which passes the superior sort, whero the mouldings, etc.,
aro added. Mr. Kerr says that they
aro commencing tho manufacture of a
ne./ iiatterned door, six-pnnolled,
which promises to be very popular and
ultimately to fpiporead.Q the plain s'nek
door. Quito n larae buBlnosB, he rays,
is done with the Northwost in il.->-rs
mid wiiVdovls'j j lincipnUy of the better
el-n-se-*, and thes ■ articles give the ' est
of sitisfuction. A1 out \\*.nb!u tlie
work of two ycaiB ago ia beiVg doflo in
the factory.
Lack of spiRo forbids us poing further into detail nnd mentioning at
length the drying kilns, warehouse,
glazing shop, store, boarding house,
Ac. Other machinery, including
boilers, engines, saws, and planers, is
still unnoticed, nnd a locomotive,
which it is the company's intention to
run on a short railroad from their Mud
Bay logging camp to the water. The
company own and employ in the business three smalt steamers, tho Belle,
tho Stella, nnd tho Oipny, the latter
boing a stem-wheeler und tbe two first
screw tugs.
It will have been Boon that about
150 men aro employed in the milts and
factory. The monthly wages of these
amounts to $0,500. Over a hundred
aro omployod in tho logging camps,
their wages aggregating 84,000 per
month, making a total of 810,500.
The' sum paid for wages in the Vancouver branoh would swell tbe grand
total to about. 815,000 a month for
wages alone. The managers say that
the businoss is constantly increasing.
The mills are now running to their
utmost capacity, and an unprecedented ly lively sons >n is expected.
mm Bsby w«i slsk, we gm tier Osstoito,
WUn shs wu a CUM, she cried for Csstoris,
When she bocsmt Hiss, shs slang to Castoria,
VbushshsdCUtdND, she lavtthsm Csstoris
FOR SALE.
T OT 18, BLOCK XXXVI, 182 FERT ON
Jj  Ell ice Street, 150 feet deep and 1B2
feet on Mclnnes Street; contains ubout
VA ordinary city lots. Darn and Stable
on premises wltb neeommotlHtlou for 14
tmr.se>.**-, harness room, Ao.; (food well of
water; Burden, planted with fruit trees.
Particulars on application to _
ilmyUHfl W. J. FIIENOH.
Plants">Sale!
A CHOICE LOT OF
CAMELIAS
JUST HI'XT'VED FROM JAPAN, ARE
OFFEBKH
FOR SALE OHEAP,
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NEW WESTMINSTER
BUILD8NG SOCIETY.
A GENERAL MEETING WILL BE
i\ bald In tlie COURT HOUSE on Sat-
unlay, May Iftlli, at a p. ni.
rimr'osKt—UrawUig foft'lW Fifth Appro*
irlatlon-iifSlcOO.
M* rnljirs in arrears ii'-on quested in pay
all (inc.-, any duy heiweun 10 n. m. and 4
p. in. or on Wednesday next between 8
and 0..H) p. in., nt tbe Secretary'solIKc, No.
8 IKuk llut id fugs.
New Members will be admit led to the
Drawing on payment of out ranee fee (Sl)
and four weeks'mibnci'lptlon,$Jin>i-share.
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New Milliner)!
New Millinery!
-JUST OPENED AT-
JAS. ELLARD £ CO.'S
-FX-MTXI   X.OV   OF   3StX\—-
Spring Hats & Bonnets!
( TBIMnEU AND I VTBIHJIIO )
FEATHERS,    FLOWERS,   &C.,
i       Direct from London and Paris.
OALL   -A._N"D   E3C^A._M:i2SrB
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Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
i Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, &C.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
. A lull lins of Spectacles & Eye-Musses in stool, rubber, diver und golil
frames.   The finest Pebbles mude, ti per pair; all sights suited.
Special attention given to FINE WATOH REPAIRS. Huving learned thu
business thoroughly from some of tlio finest Horologe... in Englsnd, and since thon
managed tho witch-repairing departments of u few of the beat firms on the continent of America, is a sufficient guarantee ot good workmanship. Formerly manager for noarly 8 years of- the well-known firm of Savage 4 Lymin, Montreal.
Charges Moderate.
Miwtriul, Dee., 1887.—Mr. F. Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Esq., Chiirman of
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, layai "I never found a Watchmaker who did lo
well for me as yon did when In Montreal, and I am sorry you are not here to-diy." '
  awopiuto
A. M. HERRING,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
SEEDS.     SEEDS.
Just Received, a large stock of Fresh Garden, Field and Flower
Seeds.   Will be sold at Eastern Prices; 5c. Package.
HERRING'S  DRUQ  STORE,
Opp. Telegraph Office,      •      Columbia St., New Westminster.
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-WaOLBSAI,JT.     kt   EETAIL •» .      I
DRUGGISTS
,  Sole Agents, New Westminster, B. €.
Choice Family Groceries!
Fancy California Roll Butter,
Choice Mocha & Java Coffee.
JMontserrat Lime Frnlt Juice.
Desiccated Wheat*
Rolled Oats&Grltz.
TRY THEM FOR BREAKFAST.
All Goods delivered promptly.
F. T. FOTJXjDS <3& OO.,
dapSSte - ODDFELLOWS' BLOOK.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
MA.3srtr_rj\.aTtj_sBiiis ox*
Window Blinds, Store Shades, Awnings
THE LARGEST VARIETY ON THE MAINLAND.
-oauLXiSss xasr
CURTAIN POLES, STAIR RODS, CURTAIN CHAINS
CHINA   MATTING,
tr ALL PKICES.ta
Carpets, Carpet Squares, Rugs. Lace Curtains and Houae
Furnishing Ootids generally.
NEXT DOOR BANK OP MONTREAL, COLUMBIA STRUT
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ARE NOW SHOWING
New English Dry Goods!
PERSONALLY   SELECTED   IN   ENGLAND AND
 SUITABLE'FOR THE PRESENT SEASON.
Inspection. Invited.
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