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.WOLF SMITH, M.D.
OFFICE-Clarkson fitrpot, opposite isRr
.utrauc. ot Coloulal Howl.   .
RBSIDBNOB-AjneS St., opposite uew
Bnptlst Chnreb.
OFFICE HOURS-10 a m. to IS noon! 3
to 6; and 0:80 to 8 p. m. .■-..,«.
dnoluta.
H.
r H. MACLKAN, B. Am M. »■> 0. M.
OFFICE: MoKensle Street, next door to
mulshed.
REStDENOK: AgnesStroot, third house
from Mary Street.
OFFICE HOURS: 10 to lz| 8 to 5: IM'to 8.
rt-deiato	
M.COOPBBnB. A..M.D.,
,.' . PHYSICIAN A BURGEON..    ,
OFFIOE and REBIDENCE-Churcb St.
(next door to Farmers' -HomeVueur
,   GolumbUgt, Sow Westminster, B.0.
.OFFICE HOTOs-8tol0a.iru; lto8«Jid
B.30?>sp.io. Calls Inlown and oopn-
try promptly attended to. feato
nOBBOUlD * MrfOLL,
BARRISTERS,
: so^ibiioRBV KTO
flffloe, Mokensle Street, New Westminster,
nnd Vanoonver, B. 0.   • . jylWwto
m   O. ATKINSON,
*      BARRISTER, SOW01TOR, Ao.
MeKensle Street,
dwfelOte New Westminster, B, 0.
■n  A. JENN8,
BARRIHTKR-AT-LAW,
omOE-MoKenzle Street,
dmyUto New Westminster.
w,
NORMAN BOLB,
BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
Und Agent. Money* Loan.
Oolnmbio St., New Westminster, B. C;
and Tatlow's Blook, Gamble St., Vancouver, B. C. »62ta
p   W.GRANT,
ARCHITECT
At A. J. Hill's Offlee,'-
dwte25to McKensle St,
n a. ti,ow, hi
•    ARCHITECT.
OFFICE, (or the presont, at residence on
Clinton Street.
tar Word mny he left at D. Lyal's Bookstore. dwte5tc
rnnoMAs spencb a, cq>>
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Now Westminster A Vancouver.
Exporters ot Fish, Fruit, Lumber, Ac.
Mr-Unexceptionable reterences. djeelc
rn J. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columbia-Street NewWestmlnster
All commissions will receive prompt
nnd careful attention. Best references
given when required. mhlS-to
Piano Tuning,
MR.O. H. GOODWIN, OF VICTORIA,
will visit Now Westminster shortly,
for a few davs.  Orders for .tunluit mny be
left at Lyal'. Bookstore.
dap20to GOODWIN A JORDAN.
W. D. FERRIS,
USB, BOUSE and SODSaL M
Rent and Debt Collector.
SRVBRAIi GOOD FARMS FOR SAIK.
Agent Ibr the  TsUVEUR'S UK ud
AsrirlDKNT UHlBUNCK COMPANf,
Harlf.nl. Cm..
OFFIOBl-Forrls Street, New Westminster. fe«n
R1
RAND BROS.
■ All ESTATR BKOKKKS,
Conveyancers*, «;oll«elor*t.
Ana lmmnwoe Af «»ti|
Offloes nt. VICTORIA* Fort Street,
NEW WESTMINSTER:! Corner
McKoiulo and CUrkson HU,
VANCOUVER, Cordova Street.
Bin I.DINO LOTS for finle In nil Hoetlona
of Vnneonvernnd New Wcxtminnter City.
FARM LANDS of superior quality for
■ale at Olillllwlinek, Tort Hammond,
I*nttley, Mutsqul, Humiw, Mnd Bny.Lnil*
ner'R Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
and I'ltt River,
Mnpi and Hann exhibited nnd tho fnll-
eiitliiformntlonfurnlHlietUtnllourofflees
fetflto
Tp
HAVING BEEN APPOINTED SOLE
Atf«i.t.H lu tills Province for a nnm-
varof femllnil innnufaoturen In Canada,
t we are prepared tofnmlHh priced and full
Sai-tlcuiam of all klmltiof maohlueryfor
awMlllH.HhluKlc Mills, Fiictm-Iea, Foundries nnd Machine Bhonn, IncludlntT Kn*
Bine* and ItollevH, Ftatlonary und portable, both new and NCcunrt-hand; nlso:
Rubber Belting, Axon and Edge Tools
Leather     ',' Hanlware,
LubrlcatliiK Oils, Hnrnom,
Kmery Wheel*, Rulldora* Suppjlei,
Rtiok HanhlnM, Show Canon,
Hoisting BlnokH, Oan Maohlnen,
ShlM* Block*. Iron Tool*.
Rrunhei and Broomi.PalnM and Oils,
Roofing Fell, Sheathing Paper,
Fairbanks* Scales, Br*saoods,lr*nPlp*g
FRASER &~LEQNARD,
•t meet,    •    l.rd.ra Hired,
VANCOUVER, B, a
dwJalUo
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C, FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 8, 1887.
NTJMBER fi
THOS.  OVENS,
ttAHIIFAOTimKll.OF
Bogies, Carriages,
Blaoksiitli and Maoninist
All Kinds of Machinery, Patent Looks,
Safes, Hewing Machines, &c, kc,
.,(ti .,t i Kepaired., Mtj-
BLACkSMITHINC
Iii ail lta branches.  Farmers', Loggers',
• Mill and Contract Work; Agricultural
implement^ and everything In the
blacksmith line made to order.
Having secured flrst-clnss workmen, we
feel opnfldont of giving sattsfiiol.lonr_ , ._
«6»"^6rse-BhocIiig a n^eclnlty.
dw-Jly31tol   OoLUMHiAfeT.,New Wkst.
TIELEA1IM
BOOTiSHOE
ESTABLISHMENT
Mainland of B. C.
Colonial notel Block, Columbia St.
,000 STOCK
NOW KN ROUTE.
THIS HOUSE MAKES ANNUALLY
n great reduction in prices to mako
room for tho largest and beat assortment
of Boots and Shoes ever Imported into
this country, from tho principal Houses
of Germany, Franco, Great Britain, the
United States and our great Dominion.
500 LINES KEFT ON HAND.
CALL ANB SEE MY  STOCK BE-
FOKE YOU PURCHASE.
Boots and ShOGS, from SOc upwards,
Felt A Rubber Hoods A Vnm-Tuins
of all kinds.
Ladles' A dents' Slippers for Xiwu—
tho loveliest over seen.
87 lines of ladles', Hisses' 4 Children's Boots.
WM. ROSS,
t'oloalal Hold Block. < olombln hi.
dwnolSU1
IN THK rAXADlAX MARKET.
BUI PEBBLES an Sift in Stock,
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
Ule Aoiiits foi New Westmikstes,
who wilt/ guarantee evebv
pair por one year,
And present you with a Book of Testimonials.        [dwJe'Jutc
05TOTIOB.
NOTICE IS USREBY aiVEN THAT
thirty days aftor (Into wo Intend lo
ajiply lo tlio Chief CoinmlHHioiior of Liuuls
and works for pennlssIon to lease for timber purpose the following described land:
MoaRurlns; forty ohalns onck from each
bank ot iho Llllooot river ami elf-hteen
miles nlong the rlvor, from the rlvor's
mouth at Harrison lake tothoHkookum
Chuck, oxcoptlnt* tho Indian reservations.
HAHHIHON RIVER SAW MII.IJ*.
djeinml Jos. Mahtin A Son.
-von-
Cream & Fancy Cakes
—ao to—
A. DIEBEL'S
FRONT STREET,  OPP.0. P. N. WlIABF.
dsoZttd ,
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHAUPBTBEET .VICTORIA.
-A-aans-TS iron
North BritlsU and Mercantile
insurance Oo. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON 4 00.,
M Fliiabnry Clroiu,,
London, B.C.
THE CLARENCE
Corner Yates & Douglas Streets,
VICTORIA- B. 0.
FRANK 0. RICHARDS, Jr.   -   -   -   LESSEE
TOURISTS* HEADQUARTERS; FIRST
Class in every respect   Fully sup*
BUed with all Conveniences or Modern
lofels,  New and Elegant In all Its Appointments.  Prices Moderate.
This magnificent Hotel Is now open for
tho. reception of Guests.
agement to make this Hotel pleasant and
attractive. *" "'"
tVHto pains will be spared by the man-
-  .--..-.- .v  ._. _i._.}antftn.i
dooTite
COME AND SEE!
H
W. H. HOLDEN,
AVINO  TAKEN   POSSESSION OP
 , the "Temperance House,"fronting
on Columblnand Church Streets,opposite
Hie Kplsoopnl Church, und uow known
as the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling public
at tbo following rates:
Board per day  *l 00
ii    r« wieit  6 00
Single Meal    115
Beds.    SS
ISLQood accommodation tor Ladles and
families. myOto
Flowers for Bale
c. Mcdonough
HAVING TAKEN
Lnndbom's Building, Front St.
(Formerly occupied by Kyle A Tlltou),
18   NOW READY
to serve his customers and everybody
with as good a stuck as a man wants to
select from.
Dry Goods, Groceries. Provisions,
Crockery, Vlassware, Boats. 4c.   .
Como nnd soe tha now place, and let us
know what you thlek of iC  y, v-
awoclfltc Ol MCDONOUGH.
A. R. BECKETT.     WM. WOLFBNDEN
BECKETT & CO.,
Brick Manufacturers,
BUILDERS AND
"WORKS-
Fraser Drlck Works. PortHaMy.
OFFIOS8 -
Mackenzie 8t„ New Westminster.
Miimifiicturers of Machinc-miule and
Tressed Urlcks to any pattern.
Estimates given for Buildings uud Pub-
lie Works of any description.    dwjy2tc
War! War! War!
—IN THE BATES OF-
THE IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
OP LONDON, ENGLAND,
One or tbe Oldest anil Nasi Reliable
Companies In tbe World,
ARK  PREPARED TO TAKE RISKS
ns low as nny other Company represented here.
W.J.ABMSTRONG.Agent,
New Westminster, U, c.
Ofkick—Court Honse Building, iljeitttc
ESTABLISHED 1850.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Sc.rlj Opposite the ColonUl Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
T
IHK LARGEST AND CHOICEST
assortment of all desorlptlonB of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on baud, and supplied to Fam.
Illcs, Restaurants, ind Sltuiboato at tha
LOWEST rONSIBLE PRI0B8.'
Teacher Wanted.
WANTKD-A DULY qtlAMFlRD
Udy I'rlnclpal for tho Ulrls Do*
Knrtmontnf the Sew Westminster Publlo
eliool. Dulles lo oomtnfllao first Monday In August. Applications, wllhteHiI*
luonlals, to tie sent to the undersigned not
later than the 20th Inst.
T. J. TRAIT.
Secretary to Sohool Board,
Now Wosl,, July fith, 1887. oTvjyotd
P0W0!
Absolutely Vm®.
This powder never varies. Ahiarvelof
purlty.Btrencthandwholesomenesa. More
economical than the ordinary kinds,and
oanuot be sold In competition with the
multitude of low test, short, weight alum
or phosphato powders. Sold only In cans.
Royal Baklno Powdbb Co., WU Wall st,,
Now York. Sfoly
FOR SALE.
MEDIUM-SIZKD Ttt.TON *   Mi'FAO-
I.ANE  BAI'E;  ulsn, n COPYINd
339.  Apply In
W. 1). FERU1S,
clwJeMml Ferris Street.
I   FOR   SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN tlio IjANG-
ley Saw ana Planing Mill; mill in
Kood order. For particulars apply on tlie
premises to M. WEST,
.     Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JACKSON,
npl8to A HELJ1CKEN, Victoria.
FOR SALE.
nnrc acres oood fauming land,
yUt) suitable for.u Stock l-'urm—situated on Aiiiuu-ls Island, about two or three
mllos from Now Westminster; formerly
known as the Sugar Boot Ration..
Address T. D. LINDSAY,
dwjcMinl Lulu Island P. O.
Farm for Sale.
i
CONSISTING OK TWO LOTS OF 155
and 100 acres (which will be sold together or separately!; 8 miles from New
Westminster; flrst-clnss land; about 25
acres dyked; balance Prairie and Bush;
will be sold nt u bargain.
Apply to C. G. MAJOR*
dwmliStc New Westminster.
For Sale Cheap.
ONK 12-HOR8E-POWEU PORTABLE
Em-lne; one Scrow-cuttliiff Kngine;
Lathe ri2 Ins. swing], .ind a lot of Lathe
Tools; ono American Drill [foot power,
geared]; one Hydraulic Punch A Shears;
and a lot of other Tools.  ApH y to
WALTER- BLACKIE,
dwmy!7m2 City.
Wojt Sale!
1 SPAN DARK BAY MARES, I and fi
1 years old; good travellers; wonc single
or double.
1 Bay Horse* fc years old; works single oi
double; nlco ladies'or gents'saddle horse;
very gentle.
1 '.'-seated nuncvi 4 springs; nearly now.
B tons of Timothy Hay on North Arm,
Fraser river.
'Jftl.Ms. Salt Salmon. 8 hiilf-bbls. Salt
Sillinnn llrlllrs.
Also—one ana one-ninth Interest In
f.,yWa.crf.m,.a..y.wipRBKTCH
New West. Nov. uth, IK*.      ilwnoisto
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION,
XTOTICW IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
\y the partnership heretofore existing
between tho 'undersigned ns General
Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers has this
day been dissolved by mutual consent,
Mr. E.Sully will collect nil accounts due
(be late firm and settle nil claims against
it.
djellmt
J. RENWICK.
B.C.MonumGntalWorks
CHURCH    8TKEET.
M.Utm.E AND GRANITE WORK o(
nil kimls. Cnlliiml Inspect baton
natroniKlUB IkIiukI capital. I leave my
work to sp.'nk for flsetl.  N. Il.-Sn np-
■iri'litlrrn cnl]lloyrd.   „  „
ilnpimc AI.EX. HAMILTON.
Wood and Goal.
11HR SUBSCRIBER HAS ON HANBA
,   Inriie quantity of
REST WELLINGTON LUMP COAL
And nn assort incut of
CORD WOOD,
Which he will soil nt lowest rates.  He
will also promptly attend to all kinds of
Orders loft at Mr. McColPssloro on Columbia street, or nt my house, Douglas
street, will meet with prompt attention.
HENRY ELLIOTT.
Now Westminster B. C. JlylOto
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
Assessment Act and Provincial Revenue Tax.
NEW WIMTJIISHTCK DISTRICT.
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN THAT
Provincial Revenue Tax and all
Taxes lovleil under llie Assessment Acta.
for llie year lsh7, are duo and payable nt
my olllce.
Additional expanse will bo avoided by
paying same on nr befnre the 80th Inst.
O. WARWICK,
Assessor A Collector.
New\Vcfitni!nstcr,.TnllPla, 1887,  dwjelfltd
Sitilj) $ ritish Columbiatt
Friday Kvrulnn, Jaly K, 1887.
Lord Randolph Churchill, in com-
ItK'iltiug tho other day on the practical jokm porpotmtcd by the admiralty iu sending out preserved ments
to Australia, rice to India and sugar
und rum to Jamaica, expressed the
beliof that they were quite capable
of sending coals to Newcastle. In
point of fact, they do so, for I see
from a Newcastle paper that Welsh
coal has been sent overland from
031x11(1' to war vessels fitting out in
the Tyue. The same process has
also been employed in coaling a ves-.
sel in the Forth, though the ship is
said to have been lying at the time
"within sight of an excellent steam
colliery." The truth ia that there
is no conceivable form of blundering
too idiotic for the presiding geniuses
of Whitehall.— London Truth.
The new emancipation bill which
has been introduced into the Brazilian parliament at the present session is a very radical measure, since
it proposes the instant abolition of
slavery, with the single condition
that those relieved from bondage
under its provisions shall be held to
labor at fair wages, under their existing masters, for the space of two
years. And even this condition is
not to apply to slaves who are over
fifty years old, or may become so
within the two years, or to those
who shall buy exemption from this
additional service for a sum of
money, which is iu no case to exceed
$200. Tho object of this single
modification of the project of immediate emancipation is obviously to
avoid the agricultural ruin that
might follow a sudden aud unqualified release of nil farm hands from
obligation to labor. It is not to be
expected that this extreme measure
will pass, especially after the elaborate legislation for gradual, compensated emancipation, enacted two
years ago. But even its introduction shows the intensity of the desire
in some quarters to bring nearer the
day when slavery shall no longer
exist in Brn.ril.-nK-Y-. Times.
Tlio difficulties which have to be
encountered by any one who tries to
deal practically with the Irish ques
tion may bo surmised from tho fact
that the Pope, after having appointed it commission to examine and report on the condition of Ireland, has
felt it necessary to suspend, which
doubtless means to abandon, the attempt. If all the truth and intelligence were on one side, and all the
injustice and ignorance on the other,
then the education of those who
were in error nnd the overthrow of
those who were evil disposed would
only be a question of time. But
when tyranny and exaction on one
side are met by lawlessness and
practical rebellion on the other, it is
no wonder that the British government should find the settlement of
Irish disputes the most difficult
problem it has ever tried to solve.
All Irish tenants are not lawless or
rebellious, neither are all Irish landlords unjust; but there are enough
of these characters on each side to
muke it almost impossible to get at
tho real merits of the case. As
matters stand at present, the law of
force is likely to be applied, not from
choice, but as the only means of
effecting a settlement in the opinion
of a groat majority of the English
people. What will bo tho result no
man can forseo.—N. )'. Witness.
When New Franco was coded to
England by tho French, says a Toronto correspondent writing to the
Now York J'tmen, of the French in
Canada, these habitants numbered
60,000, Franco has since supplied
Canada with vory few emigrants,
but the old stock has multiplied
until today it is represented by
1,250,000 in Canada and 400,000,
they claim, in the Now England
States, They are extending their
territory, too, and have already
driven the original sottlers from several counties in Ontario, notably
from Glengarry county, which was
peopled with Scotch, who were noted
ns being the finest specimens of
physical manhood in Canada. They
are also settling in large numbers in
Manitoba, where they should not be
confounded with the half-breeds,
who have neither the thrifty, industrious, nor .lasting qualities of the
habitants. The latter boast that in
less than twenty years they will
havo reached Kingston, the Londonderry of Canada, and so modest is
thoir estimate of their own powers
that in time they expect to control
the continent of North America.
The Irish aro considered prolific,
but in comparison with the French
the claim is not tenable. Mr. Oui-
tnet, superintendent of Education in
Quebec, is tho twenty-fourth child
of the same father and mother, and
his case is not considered remarkable.
THE NEWS.
tiludstont! on the (rimes' Bill.
—Inquiring into the Cass
■(Jaws
Prince Cerdinand of Biue-Cofeiirg
llotka Klecled to the Bulgarian
Throne.   '
OTHER ITEMS OF WTEBE8T.
By Associated Press.
THE CBOWN l'WNCiK's THROAT.    .
Phuadkai-hia, July 7.— Tho Medical Nrv:* in its forthcoming iSBue will
publish the following: u\Ve 'aro In
rucoipt nf tho following cablegram from
Dr. Mnirilll Kenzie, London: The last
operation upon the Crowd Prince hat
succeeded completely:Vo 'projecting
portion of it remains. ,Prof. Visohow
report;; Hint the excised piece shows
even more clearly than previous onet
as a hard, composite, warty growth out
of a moderately irritated andthickoned
surface. The base shows not the
slightest ground for assuming the existence of a new growth penetrating
into the tissue. The above cable conveys the most gratifying information
concerning the present condition' of
tho Crown Prince, and it effectually
allays anxiety as to the grave possibilities which earlier reports led the
public to foar wero involved in the
casfl."
■OElEflTIAL LMttWRANTS,      .   f
San Francisco, July 7.--Two hundred Chinese appeared in and about
the U. S. circuit court room this morning, including a dozen women and
children. Many were applicants to
bo allowed to land on habeas corpus,
and others wero witnesses and friends
waiting to swear them through. Up
to noon 'A'A nt 170 cases ponding had
been disposed of. Two wero remand
ed by consent of petitioner's attorney,
and 31 wero discharged, including
three women. Four got through on
custom house certificates, notwithstanding the fact that one of the holders was an inch taller than the height
mentioned in tho certificate he presented, and 27 established to the sat*
isfaction of the court residence on this
coast prior to the passage of the restriction act The time occupied in
having writs was from 2 to 5 minutes
each. The government did not have
any witnesses to contest any of the
declarations made by petitioners,
THE NEW QREYHOCND TRACK.
San Francisco, July 7.—Local ship
builders recently asked the harbor
commissioners to arrange for their
benefit a test course for steamers—a
aoit of murine speeding track. The
commissioners agreed to the proposition, and engineers are now locuting
nnd arranging for a course. It will be
iu the bay, below Port Iteo point, running for a mile southerly to near
Hunter's point, averaging between g
and £ of a inilo of shore. Four groups
of piles, ouch marked by a flag staff,
aro to be located to designate the
course. .The ends of the course will
be marked by two groups of piles about
quarter of a mile apart. By the time
these groups at either end are in a
right line, tho exact terminations of
the course may be determined from
steamers which will pass parallel outside the group. Tho course is de
signed chiefly for testing the speed of
new eteamerB.
CHESTERFIELD   STAKES.
London, July 7.—The Chesterfield
stakes for 2 year olds, 5 furlongs, was
won at Newmarket to-day by the Duke
of Portland's colt by half a length;
Aben Holmes' colt Partington, second;
Lord Hartington's colt, by Barcaldine,
ouf of Chaplit, third. Timo 1:04.
There wore six starters. The summer
oup for a race of two miles was also
run at Newmarket today. L'jrd
Eliesmore's three year old colt, Ham
and Douglas Blair s four year old colt
were tho only starters. Ham won by
two lengths.
ALMOST THEKK.
Virginia, Nov., July 7.—An additional depth of six feet was reached in
rescue drift last night. This was
thought to bo low enough and preparations aro being made to run towards
the south to a point where Surveyor
Wrinkles believes tbat connection
with the Gould & Currie and Best &
Belcher workings could be made and
where the bodies of the six miners it
is thought will bo taken out. Extra
preparations are being made t>> guard
against a sudden influx of gas and
fetid air from tho place where the men
are now entombed. Doom have been
put in above the rescue openings, and
the men at work are told to b& on their
guard. It is thought that connection
will be mado before to-morrow noon.
THE THIRD RKADINO.
London, July 7.—In the house of
commons to-night un the motion made
for tho third reading of tho/crimes' bill
Mr. Gladstone, amid prolonged chuorsj
made a counter-motion that the bill be
road a third time tliu day three
months. Mr. Gladstone said tlio bill
was tho Conservatives' alternative to
home-rule and therefore bore a different aspect from any ordinary coercion
bill Old coercion measures hud been
aimed at societies. (Grids of; hoar!
hoarl) Further, tho bill had beon
brought in without any foundation
such as underlaid all former coercion
bills based on tho existence of exceptional crime. Mr. Balfour had disregarded nil precedents requiring that
tho introduction of coercion measures
be prefaced by a statement of exceptional crime. Mr. Gladstone maintains that the increase of crime in 1886
over 1885 was in viow of tho agricultural distress in Ireland. There was a
marked decrease in the amount uf
agrarian crime compared with the
period that tho Tory gortrnine'nt wus
in power in 1885,'yot in 1885 thoy had
■■■ "If1
rafmined frum   lutrodiuua
measures from laotires of policy,
comparison of past and pmtnt ■
tics offered no shndow of juitMd
-for the present mesjure. Ane
contrast wm that the past parliament
hnd lieon iioarlry unanimous in aaaent
ing. to coercion while this Ml) wat opposed by a. large oujorityaf tbe people
of tlio country, n majority that wu
not likely to dlmuUih. (Chein). If
parliament rotaiiwd any regard for the
traditions of the oountry or parly lingo
the measure would i oo sbaMouea.
What could they urge to warrant Well
an invasion of the peoplo'. lilwrtigf.
Ho resented the imputation that tflo
Liberals hod done the same thing, but
would admit that past measures bad
been failures.. Among the dtferences
between past ooereiTe measures and
the present bin waa the extraordiaary
proposal of making the viceroy master
of the wholo law—an o»t*a"gi'p»,:e»e*y
priuoiple of public duty. Moreorer
new offences were created under the
measure. The attorney-general for
Ireland had admitted, and it waa useless to deny it, that the bill that aimed
at the suppression of certain evils, had,
instead of accomplishing the purpose
for which it wss framed, only created
newabiues.
ISQI'IBINO KIO TBI CiHSCASJS.
Londok, July 7,—The progress of
the inquiry into the arrest of Miss Cass
as an improper character has been
opened^ Both Hiss, Cass and Mrs.
Bowman, her employer, whose testimony as to Miss Cass' good ehsiacter
Magistrate Morton refused to receive,
are represented by counsel. The in-
quiry after being opened was postponed.
THE UIJLOAKUN ramcB.
Sir, Peiersbdro, July 8.—The Howe Vremya says thnt uie election of
Prince Ferdinand of Saxe-Cobourg
Gotha to the Bulgarian throne exhausts Russia's patiehee. Russia's action may inconvenience Austria;
FA88BNos.it hmr.
Sas Francisco, July 8.—Passenger*
per str. Geo. W. Elder, for Victoria:
E. A. Meyers and wife, Mrs. B, S.
Murray, John Bain, Bev. Wm. Giant
and wife, Miss Grant, J. Green, C.
Brodges, C. Bulges.
A 8A.NITAKY COXORHB.   .... .„
Lima, Peru, June 8.—The Peruvian
government has invited the republics
of Central and South America to cooperate in tho formation of an American sanitary' congress to be held in
this city on Nov. 1.
rRBKCH NOMBi * '* JtOf-
Pars, June 8.—Minister BtniUey
has tabled a bill in the chamber of
deputies yesterday for tha credit of
000,000 francs for the temporary establishment of the opera comkjnain
a hired theatre. It,is reported Gen.
Form, haa invited Gen. Jjoulsnger to
take luncheon with him aha taut he
replied that circumstances jj under
whioh he was compelled to take part
at Claromont tendered it impossible
for him to accept the invitation.
Great preparations are being made at
Claremont and Ferrand for General
Boulunger's reception. The country
in tho vicinity of Paris is suffering
from severe drought
INCENTIVE TO SCRnENDEll.
Bombay, June 8.—The Ameer of
Afghanistan has nailed to Candahar
gate, underneath the Koran, a proda-
mation offering a free pardon and remission of two years' taxes to all rebels
who surrender.
IIBERAI CKIOSISm' MElTOiO.   '
London, July 8.—The Marquis of
Hartington presided today ever I a
meeting of Liberal-Unionists which
assembled at Devonshire in response
to his call, to adopt measures for concerted notion on the Irish land bill.
The meeting decided to support the
second reading uf the bill and reserve
liberty of action respecting tho measure in tlie committee stage. Tho
committeo, which includes Lord Hartington, Jos. Chamberlain, and Ex-
Attorney-General James, waa appointed to consider amendments to the bill.
rUNCE FBKDINAND  MAttS HIS MAIDEN
arsioH.
Tiknova, July 8.—Prince Ferdinand of 8axe-Coburg Gotha, replying
to the sobranje's dispatch informing
him of his election us Prince of Bulgaria, said he was proud of the honor
conferred upon him and grateful for
it. "I hope," he added "toprove
myself worthy of the confidence of
the Bulgarian people. I am ready
to respond to the call and to devote
myself to tlie service of Bulgaria as
soon as the porte accepts the election
and the powers recognise it." The
prince's answer was received with satisfaction by tlie sobranje.
James Cullen, Pool's Island, N. I".,
writes: I have been watching the pro.
urns, of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil since
its intioiluction to this place, and with
much pleasure state that my anticipations of its success have been fully real-
izod, it hn.iug cared me of bronchitis
und soreness, of nose; while not s few of
■my "rheumatic neighbors" {one old lady
In particular) pronounce it to be the best
article of its kind that.has ever bean
brought before the public, j Yoar medicine docs not require any longer a spon.
sor, but if you wish me to act aa such, 1
sball be only too happy to have my name
connected with yoar prosperous child.
fnV
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leading Business Housss suselatli.
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oiterB for sale his stock and Intereston
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■■Ir m un.
AckM*lelglnf the Cora.
Some time ago an article appeared
in the Viotoria Times under the
. heading "Drastic Judicial Utterances," in which the conduct of the
crown in connection with a case at
the spring assizes was censured with
more than usual severity. The
Timet Writer went beyond all the
ordinary bounds of fair criticism
and made statements and intimations which, if not true, were certainly libelous. Indeed, the reflections on the provincial secretary
and -deputy attorney-general were
of such a nature that the government felt that they ought not to be
permitted to pass unchallenged, and
an action for criminal libel was
entered against Mr. McLagan, manager of the Times. .'Che defendant
has just published the following
statement:
On the 19th of May last an article
appeared in the Timet, headed "Drastic
Judicial Utterances," whioh commented
upon the administration of Justice in
thia province, as exemplified by the llad-
ford-John's trial. The article was
based upon information received by us,
which we believed at the time to be accurate. We are now satisfied, from enquiries, that our remarks, both as regard
the Hon. John Robson and the deputy
attorney-general, were wholly without
foundation. We Unequivocally withdraw the same, and regret that they
found expression iu our paper.
Thii retraction is frank and complete, and we understand that it has
been accepted by the government
as sufficient and Uie action has been
withdrawn. It often occurs that a
newspaper is imposed upon by unreliable information which it accepts
in good faith, and which it makes
tub of, as it supposes, in the publio
interest. In such cases the publisher Ought not to hesitate to make
what reparation lies within his
power as toon as Ms mistake has
'been discovered; and where there
bos been no animus such reparation
is usually accepted by those who
have suffered injury as just and
reasonable. The caso of the rimes
was a very aggravated one, and the
retraction does not seem to have
been offered Until the machinery of
the law had been Set in motion. It
is to its credit, however, (hat it whs
willing to make the necessary apology; and it it certainly creditable to
the government that it accepted an
apology at ail under the circumstances. It is to be feared that
party animosity, of which tbo Times
' yed a great deal, had
ling to-do with the publication of the offending article, and
the result ought to teach it and
some other provincial journals a
wholesome lesson. There are in
this country a few newspapers that
seem to lose a sense of all honor
and honesty in the discussion of political questions and characters, and
the forbearance hitherto shown these
papers has frequently elicited expressions of astonishment    Public
-men-are in a sense publio property,
but they have rights as well as
other citizens, and these rights sometimes need to be enforced by the
aid of the law.
The Htll and Independence.
Our cotemporary of the Vancouver Herald now says he doesn't
either approve or disapprove of
liberal journals quoting from the
Mail. If our cotemporary had said
so explicitly at first he would have
saved a brief controversy and obviated the necessity for a great deal
of that hair-splitting for which he
has become conspicuous. When we
read his remarks we came naturally
to the conclusion that the practice
met with his disapproval; and we
are even now inolined to believe
that if our cotemporary will shut
his eyes and get some one to read
the article to him he will reach the
very same conclusion. But in his
article of Tuesday our cotemporary
makes some statements and announces some doctrines which we
think require attention. In the
first plaoe he speaks of the "independent party" as a kind of seoret
organization with signs and passwords with which no person could
be permitted to associate himself
without having been regularly examined and initiated, and he oannot
comprehend how the Mail could
possibly gain admission to this party
Until it had given ample proof of
tlfO changes it professes to have
undergone. Now, the independents
are conspicuously not a party at all
in the sense indicated by our co-
temporary. Indeed they are mostly
persons who have become so thoroughly' disgusted with party and
party tactics that they have entirely
withdrawn (rom these organizations.
It requires, therefore, no examination and no certificate of character
or anything else to make a man an
independent. The independents are
necessarily concerned more about
principles than about men since, as
we have uid, they have no organisation at all. It ii perfectly natural
and proper, therefore, that the independents should welcome the accession of all who have resolved to
break loose from party and maintain
an attitude of independence. 80
lu^tttjtey give proof Of sincerity by
tBanrtaining the principles they pro-
•«»,» toog have they a perfect
right to bs recognized ai independent.    Thorn are no secrets to be
revealed, and, therefore, no betrayals are possible. It is sound argu
ment and not sophistry in which the
independents deal, and their principles and methods aro perfectly
open and obove board. It is 0. misapprehension of these circumstances
which leads our cotemporary to remark that the Mail's conversion to
the principle of independence is too
sudden to be lasting, and tbat it
ought to be proved honest before
being accepted by the independent
"party." The independents proceed
upon the principle thut a nun is
presumed to be innocent until he
has been proved guilty. This prin
ciple of British justice our cotem
porary proposes to reverse, and he
wants the opinions of the Mail to
be rejected unless it can furnish a
certificate of its honesty! This is
a new doctrine, and it is evidently
proclaimed by our cotemporary without having considered to what results it might lead.
Give Holloway's Corn Cure a trial. It
removed ton corns from ono pair of feet
without any pain. What it has done
once it will do again.
ISTOTIOB-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the old Gaol Buildings in tblaclty,
together with the furniture, fixtures, Ac,
Ac., will be offered tor nolo ai Public Auction, on the premises,at- 11 o'olock a.m.
on ftalarday (he 91 li July, 188).
Terras and conditions made known at
the time of sale, or on application to th«
undersigned.
C. WARWICK,
Gov't Agent.
New Westminster, 30th June, 1887.
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J. & Clute, Esq., will be held on Tliimdny
the 14th day of Jul-/, I88T. at the Council
Chambers, Hyack Hull, commencing at
lUii;
In case a poll Is demanded, voting will
commence at 10 a. m. of the next day nnd
close at 4 p.m.
E3trBAC*rFB0M,'PUBLIcScnO0LACT,188C"
"2S. Any person registered as a voter, ns
hereinafter provided, shall be eligible to
vote at any school meeting held in such
District, and In the ward In which he Is
registered, for the election of Trustees;
firovldcd, always, that lt shall not be law*
ul for any person to vote for Trustees lu
more than one ward in any City School
District."
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djy4td T. J. TRAPP, Secretary.
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iNOTIOE.
SITTINGS OF THB COUNTY COURT
of Cariboo will beheld—
At Clinton, Friday, IStli May, 1887.
AtLlllooet, Wednesday, lsth May, 1887.
At lBO-Milo House, Tuesday, 28th June,
1887.
At Soda Creek, Tim inlay, 30th June,
1S87.
At Quosncllcmouth, Monday, Jth July,
18S7.
At Rlchfleld, Saturday, Oth July,, 18S7.
Hy Command,
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Provincial Secretary's Ofllco,
20th April, 1887. dnp20td
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on Texada Island, New Westminster District, and described aa follows:
Commencing at the N. E. corner of tbe
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thence West 80 chains; thenco Houth 80
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Victoria, B. C, June 18,1887.       dJeSKn.2
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or less] situate on Texada Island, New
Westminster District, and described as
follows:
Commencing nt the N.W. corner of N.E.
ti of Seo. II; thenco Houth 80chains; thence
Eastfi chains to shore line; thence following meuiiderlngs of shore line in a north*
westerly direction, 190 chains [more or
less]; thence East BSchalns [more or less|
to point of commencement,
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Victoria, B, 0., June 18,1887.       djc25m2
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NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT 00
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the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works to pnrohase 480 acres of land on
Texada Island; New Westminster District,
desorlbed as follows:
Commencing at tho 8. E. corner of 84W.
ti of Hee. 8; thence East 40 chains: thence
Houth 80 chains: thence West to shore
line; thence following meanderlngs of
shore line In a north-westerly direction to
8. E. corner of 8ee. 4; thenco North 10
chains [more or less); thenoe East 40
chains; thonce North 40 chains to point
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.     . • Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Office,
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TABLE
Showing tbe Dates and Places of
Courts of Assise. Nisi Prlus, and
Oyer and Terminer, for the
Tear 1887.
SPRING ASSIZES.
[ On Vanoonver Inland ]
Victoria Mondny Kith May.
Nanaimo Tuesday 7th .Tune.
[On Mainland]
NewWestmlnster.. Wertnesdny...*lh May.
Kamloops Monday  Oth Juno,
Clinton Monday 1:1th June.
FALL ASSIZES.
[ On Mainland ]
Riohllold Monday 1211) Ropt.
Clinton Wednesdny...2Kth Sept.
Kamloops Monday :ird Oct.
Lytton Monday 10th Oct.
NewWestinlnfdur..Wednesday...Mh Nov.
[ On Vanoouver Island ]
Viotoria. Monday hhi.Ii November.
Nanaimo. Tuesday tlth December.
dnpaotd
To San Francisco, CaL,
BY WAY OF THE
Oregon and California E. E.
AND CONNECTIONS.   .
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
Quicker In Time than any other
Route between
fcrMiU* ad Su fancm
flrtnd Bcenlc Route of the Pacific
Const.
ONLY TWENTY MILES STAGING
Between Ashland and <'olc'».
PULLMAN   BUFFET 8LEEPERS
Between Portland and Ashland, Cole's
and San Franoisco.
Fare (rom Portland to Hnnrainento und
Ban Franoiscoi-Llmltod First Class, W*i
unlimited, »Wi limited emigrant, «I5,
R. KOEHLKR. Manager.
'     E. P. ROOER8,
dji'ffii''     Oi'ii. Freight A fast. Agent.
Land Registry Ordinance* 1870.
The 8. E. ti ot (he B. E. '{of 8mHon w.
Township 4, In the IMntrlri of New
Westminster.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE ;OF
Title of Joseph HiMkln to the above
lands has been lost or destroyed, and application has been mado tor a duplicate
thereof; notlco Is therefore hereby given
that a fresh certificate of title will be Issued in lieu of that bo lost or destroyed, unless cause be shewn to the contrary In
one month from the date hereof.
R. W. ARMSTRONG.
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Offloe,
New Westminster, 30th May, 1887.
 dmyiWml '
TcummeCau.no, 6.
M. 10X71
WM McCOLL,
Smril Uiii.il
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries & Provisions.   :
LUKOBUM'S BLOCK, Columbia St
ilw-auntc
POUT ,H«MM0NB
NURSERY
Fruit Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Frnlts,
And GARDEN STOCK on nana In grant
variety.
iSt'erytlilng Ural-class and furnished In
good shape.
O. W. HENBY,
dwdeluto Port Hammond, B.C.
EMPLOYMENT
THE UNDERSIGNED HA VINGOPEN-
cd an Employment Ofllco aud Commission Agency In New Westminster, Invites a call from all In want of employment, liiBeurch of help, or who wish the
services of a commission agent.
If you
Want a nitration.
Want a Job
Waat a Servant,
Want n Farm Hand,
Want Work of any kind, or
Want Anybody to Work-
Call at the office.
AIbo—Agent for Marvin A Ti Ron for the
celebrated Jlffricaltvnd Machinery manufactured by tho Massey Company, of
Toronto, Ont.
JOHN  SXXtXt,
Columbia Sf. (adjoining Pacific Carriage
Works).  P. O, Box 08, Now Westminster, dwjeetc
Look Here!
fF YOU WANT  TO   MAKE   A NICE
To a friend (irrelative, go down to STIR-
SKY'S and look nt some of those extra-
ordinary bargalas In
Ladles' and Gentlemen'* Gold And
Silver Watches,  Chains,
Charms, etc., etc.
Or if you want a useful ornament for your
house, examine those beautiful H-dny
striking clocks, with cathedral gongs.
He Is selling at BOTTOM PRICES.
Watelws,from 95 upwards, all warranted
Fine Watch ltaPNtrlncaMp«cUIty, and
good workmanship guaranteed.
Rcmomber the   plaoe—the "Blue
Store."
Z1.
dwauSyl        Columbia St., New West.
GUARDIAN
Insurance Com'y
OF LONDON, ENG.
CwrHjk.li x.-—)
UTABU8HID 1821
Risks Taken at Rates
as Low as any other
Reliable Comp'y.
T. R, PEARSON,
doiflto        (B.C. H.4P.C0.) AGENT.
W.R. AUSTIN,
A large. Assortment of
DRY GOODS
-.AND-
GROCERIES
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Hay axid Feed.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WOOD A*» COAL DEUVBMB TO
AKY PAN Nf TBI CUT.
We ran two sluts dolly,exoeptSundsys,
lo Port Moody, oarrylm H.M.B. mills.
As no liquor or toburco Isused we oan by
temperate habits and careful economy
serve the publlo at especially low rates,
dwsemte
Power of Attorney.
VTOTIOE IS HPEEBY OWEN THAT
JjN during my absence Mr. Horatio Webb
olChllllwAHOK holds my power of attorney, 8EO. KAfirWELI^
divmyaoml   "
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B.C.
tar Satisfaction guaranteed.      daplHto
a^roTTQEi.
XTOTIOB 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll 00 days after datel.Henry Kling, in*
fond to apply to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works to purchase 420 acres
of land, more or less, on Texada Island,
Now Westminster District, described as
follows:
Commencing at thoN.E. eornerof the
N.W. tiot Bee. 8; thence East 40 chains;
thenoe South 160 ohalns; thenee West to the
shore line; thence along shore line In it
Northwesterly direction to .tlie Intersection of the South lino of Sec. 8; tinmen
Bast 1 chain, more or less; thenco Norlh
to place of heginning-^bolng the East hair
of Sections 8 and 11, Texada Island.
Victoria, B. C, June 18th. 1887.       ■ t
dje25ra2 HENRY KLING.
LITEMS
Has ou the Bead another Carload of
Reapers, Horse Rakes,
Mowers & Binders,
From  JOHN  ELLIOTT 4 SONS, of
London, Ont., which will arrive hero
about June 24th.
tr Pay no attention to what other
agents say, W, H. Jenkins will fill his
orders to purchasers. Satisfaction or no
sale.
dwmyMtc W. H. JENKINS.
NQITH
0 02>j£'&.--l<T'2r
Oapllal, $3,000,000;   losses
Paid, 148,000,000
JBs»*>m«»Kft*jame«m »(■»«»«
Rates as Low as any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
tr Risks promptly taken, aud Lossca
satisfactorily adjusted,
T.R.PEARSON,
doc7lo (B. C. S. A P.'(So.) AGKNT.
>,:; 7.1 JirtJi'JiJ ci!.'
BPBOIAL
INDUCEMENTS
 FOR THE	
HOLIDAYS
next 15 days.
ill WW,
BUYING FROM TftE MANUFAC-
turers for cash, I am in a position
to sell at bottom prices. My Goods nre
marked in plain figures and Ihe prices
have not been put up to meet the dis*
count taken off. Call and see prices before purchasing elsewhere,
tr Fine Watch Repairing nSpesiulty.
Jewelry made to order.
F. CRAKE.
WATCHMAKER
Opposite tub Bank. dw-del8tc
PIANOS
—AND—
ORGANS
THE UNDERSIGNEBhas
just received a large consignment of
Pianos and Organs,
Which he will sell cheap. These
instruments may be purchased
Tor cash or in monthly instalments, ter* suit purchaser. Call
and get my figures before purchasing elsewhere, and it will be
to your interest.
Second-hand Pianos and Organs for sale or to rent.   .
Instruments maybe seen at
Mr. D. Lyal's Book and Stationery Store,' Columbia Street.
■iwmhiic  T. Ri PEARSON' . i'i Mjmssssss—m
THE lOVEBo" OOOD-ITWHT,
Good-night I And yetlwould linger still,
tor there lurks In the phraso a strange
Overshadowing love's delight;
And never, sweetheart, since RoinGO
To Juliet murmured it long ago, i
Was lt harder to say, good-night 1
Soft quiver the moonbeams through the
vinos,
But a denier lustre trembles and shinos
In your eyes, tear-dimmed,yot bright;
And, like the Hush »r llie day's flrstdawn,
The rose on your cheok blooms quick and
is gone.
Qood-nlght, my darling, good-night I
Bad Is the wave's hiss on tho sand,
But sadder the elasp of trembling hands,
The brown one holding the white.
And our hearts oling closer than ever before
As those sorrowful words are loitered
once moro:-      *fi'.
"Qood-nlght, dear love, good-night 1"
Tossed by tho breeze, the jasmines pour
Their perfume down by the cottage door
From petals o( creamy light;
But these sweets are mixed with a sense
'    of piiln
For lovers who part, though tomeetagaln.
Good-night, sweet blossom, good-night!
From leaf to leaf, and from spray to spray,
The dejf^ililfiidspejglre their tflnkllng
Now hero, and now lost to sight;
But purer pearls are the teara that slilno
In your beautiful eyes upturdedto mine.
Qood-nlght, bright weeper, good-night!
But, the. moon will wane in an hour or
'I .' moro,'
And the flowers that swing atthe cottage
door
Will rejoice in the new dawn's light;
80 love will slumber, so lovo's sleep beam
In the trust and truth ot ita waiting
dream.
Good-night, beloved, good-Bight I      \
A HELPMEET INDEED.
Just on the confines of one ot our large
manufacturing towns, thore stands an
imposing residence of brown stone,
elevated by terraces above tlio road,
surrounded by stately trees, and with nn
extent of garden stretching 011 all Bides.
I had beeu employed in piuiol-p liming
o.reof Ihelurgeliodrooms fur some weeks,
and my curiosity and interest had been
excited by the fact that the master of
the houso, Mr. Joseph Kaudall, was a
tall, handsome man of less than lil'ty
years, while his wlfo was certainly
twenty years oldor, a feeblB old woman.
Yet uevor were any young couple moro
seemingly devoted than this oddly-contrasted pair; and I, living in the house,
with constant occupation there, certainly
had good opportunity tor witnessing
any matrimonial differences, had any
existed.
When my work was done, I returned
to ray own home, and several months
later, by quite an accident, not necessary to record here, I learned the story
of Mr. Kendall's marriage.
From early boyhood ho was a "no'er-
do-well." Money ran through his llngors
like sand, and after his father, his grandfather, and his uncle had eaoh started
hliu In business, only to end In failure,
the family decided that he would never
be good for anything.
Re was a very handsome nun, with a
collogo education, the Instincts and
manners of a gentleman, and kindly in
feeling; but he waa good-natured, trustful, and too easily Influenced by whoever
took tho trouble to dictate to him.
At thlrtv ho found himself bankrupt,
nut of buslness,'jratic?JwltMii<ft'1anr de-
llnlte prospects; and whllo ho was seriously considering suicide as a way out
of his dlfllcultlcs, he received an
Invitation to visit an old friend In
Orantley, a pretty village near the sea.
He found Orantley at the height of
Its summer season, and his own attractions very readily acknowledged by the
ladles, who danced with him, flirted with
him, strolled on the beach by moonlight
with him, and accepted his graceful attentions with smiling pleasure.
It was here that he was introduced to
Mian Susan Harte and her niece and supposed heiress, Miss Mauds Maxwell.
They were ladles of position, refined
nnd graceful; the younger one lovely in
tho freshness ot her youth, a pretty
blonde face, and slender figure; the
older one stately and dignified, showing
In every word a cultivated intellect and
strong common-sense,
Bob Whito, Mr. Bandsll's Wend, after
the Introduction, spoke his mind with
frank If vulgar freedom:
" Go In for tho heiress, Joe. Thoy
say the old lady Is worth a quarter of a
million, and Miss Maude Is her only relative. Anyone con see that they aro devoted to eaoh other."
Aud anyone could also see every evidence ot wealth In their surroundings.
Their own carriage, with two magnificent horses, was with them for their
dally use, their costumes were ot the
most costly materials, their Jewelry
was superb. A lady's maid attended
them, and they occupied an entire suite
ot rooms at the only hotel.
I'tfondship led to intimacy, and Mr.
Randall did try to fascinate the heiress,
",-hoso simpering prettlness covered a
cold heart and a common-place mind.
To dress well, to be a contre ot attraction for bowing beaux, wero the objects
of hor ambition, and her conversation
never rose above the level of the smallest
of small-talk.
Though he had always seemed to lack
business ability, Mr. Bandall was no
fool, nnd he found himself evening aftor
evening turning from Miss Maxwell's
vapid talk to the fresh strong mind that
shone through her aunt's conversation.
Miss Harte was an accomplished
musician, with a rich contralto voice, and
love of music hod always amounted to a
passion with Mr Bandall, so -there was
a strong bond of sympathy there.
The summer wore away pleasantly,
and It was only when closed cottages
and 11 deserted beaoh told ot departing
guests, that Joseph Bandall asked himself seriously how his summer flirtation
woe to end.
lie was 'not s conceited man, yet
Maudo Maxwell hsd let htm see very
plainly that she had a preference tor
his society and attentions, yet he
riirank from tho prospect of a wife with
no Idea above dress and gnyety, however richly she might be dowered.
Loving neither, In the true sense of
the word, he certainly found more pleasure Ih the society of the older lady, and
then a little demon of policy whispered
to him that, after all, the money was
Miss Harte's, and, with her social position Snd real attractions, she might
marry, and so deprive Maude ot her
supposed inheritance.
It was true that sho was old enough to
be his mother; but a handsome woman,
and one so thoroughly tasteful In dress,
could always appear younger than actual
years' warranted, ■ and—ho liked her:
yes, he certainly respected and liked
eer, .
For two or thnt - drays hs hesitated,
shrinking /yet- from placing himself In
the position ot a fortune-hunter, and
then ho wrote a manly tender letter
to Miss Harte, asking her to bo his
wife.
He had sufficient tact to avoid flattery
and uot to make sickening protestations,
and the letter boro the stamp of 'sincerity on every lino. An hour later his
messenger brought an answer, sad Miss
Harte was Ms affianced Wife.     .. _.
KscroH.Ing the Indict to their homo, ft
ninyuiiic.iiit country sent, air. Ilwidnll
wolilil in.t luvvo been lumum Ifivl lie irnt
dpiigi'Meleleil hlmi-elf upon tlio future
6'iMior. iii;i of thowedth so lavishly re-
preseiile.l ul] around him.
He hnd said nothing about tho futuro '
fiosiii..-! r.f Miss Maxwell, good-imtured- :
y willing that sho should find stilt a
homo with hor aunt; but ho sometimes
thought ho would give hor a hint
about assuming so muoh the air of mistress of tho house.
!Tho' wedding was magnificent, the
honeymoon spent in traveling upon a
wcdriina;-gitt of a ohequo from Mr.
Randall's uncle; and one morning, In
cosy cdnlldonce, the subject of' going
home arose.
"Where hnve you taken rooms, dear?"
airs. Randall asked; "or shall you go to
housekeeping?"
"Rooms," cried tho bridegroom;
" shall you not return to your own
house?"
"My own house! I havo no houso,
Joe," for suddenly tho truth Hushed,
upon her; "did you think I had money?
1 thought ovoryopo knew. that I wus
Maude's pensioner. Oh," nnd her face
was very palo, " what a fool I havo beon 1
. I though that you loved mo." *
'"You are no fool In thinking that,''
was the quick roply, as hor husband put
his arm around hor; "I do lovo you.
IDid'think ■the,position rovorsod, aud
that Maudo depended on you; but
never doubt my lovo. If lt was not
vory ardent when I proposed to you, it
grows* stronger every day that we spond
together."
" But yet you thought mo wealthy?"
"A humiliating fact I cannot deny;"
nnd thon in a sudden outburst of confidence, Mr. Randall told his wife tliu
wholo truth, dwellliig^aojciwlint longer.
upon his business attempts ami perplexities, than ou tho hopo ho hnd entertained ef a future lite of luxurious idleness.
When ho bod finished, his wlfo
spoke;
" You may not like to hoar my father's
opinion of mo, Joo, though ho meant it
to bo a complimentary one. He always
said I should have been a man, for I had
a Into business hood.
" For Ion yoars before ho died he was
paralyzed, and 1 was the actual head of
his business, the weaving ot carpets, hi
W-c .   Ho left  ine  a competency,
which wns stolen from me by a dis*
honest trustee; and I should have
taken up some occupation to gain my
own living had not Maude been left an
orphan, and implored me to live with
her.
" It was scarcoly a llfo of dependonco,
for she needed me, nnd hor lavish gifts
of clothing and jewelry I accepted In
tlio piece of tho salary anyone olso In
my placo must havo licen paid. I was
Ikiii oliuepiT and ohupcron, and wo wero
very happy; hut I nover dreamed that I
was supposed to own her wealth.
"Now listen to my proposition:
" The factory my father controlled 13
closed, hut I am an old friend of the
owner, who carried on tho business for
a short time after my father died, and
found his Ignorance of the details swept
away all the profits. I will Introduce
you to him, and the sale of my diamonds
will give us Sufficient capital for a
modest start.
"You will bo nominal master, ss my
fathor was, until you conquer all the Intricacies of tho business, gain our old
customers, and carry on the wholo without assistance.
" Until then, let mo direct and teach
you, as I helped my father. Whon you
nro n rich man"—and hero Mrs. Randall's oyos grow dim with tendor fooling
—"you can buy mo somo moro diamonds."
It wan not a matter for hasty decision.
Mr. Randall, remembering his failures,
wus doubtful of his ability, but his wife
had her way, and before their wedded
llfo was six months old, Mr. Randall was
engaged in his new business.
Spurred on by an honest shnmo that a
woman had a better business head than
his own, ho did what ho had never dono
before—threw his whole soul Into his
business, and was amazed himself to find
how soon ho learned to guide lt. He had
never suspected he possessed such ability.
Every day filled his heart with deeper
love for the noble woman who was su
true and faithful a helpmate to him; who,
with all the knowledge he lacked,
nover let one elork or employe guess
her real position.
At homo In the ovenlng, sho showed
him the result ot her day's correspondence or book-keeping, and gave him
clear Instructions for tho next day's
work.
And he, learning quickly, had sufficient
seuso to let her control the entire business, until she herself, after two years of
faithful work, said:
"you can do without me, dear. I
resign."
They had lived very economically In
those two years, Mrs. Bandall governing the small houso and one servant as
cfllclontly as sho had controlled hor
niece's grand mansion or the affairs of
the factory.
But ambition once roused In Joseph
Randall ho resolved to give his wife
a homo as handsomo as the one sho
had left for lovo of him. Depriving her
of no comfort he oould afford to give
hor, he denied himself all extravagancies
that had become second nature.
Cigars wero thrown osldo, clothing
was reduced to respectability, Ignoring
tho many changes of fashion, riding wns
exchanged for an occasional drive with
Mrs. Randall, and year by year Joseph
Randall saw his business Increase, his
bank account enlarge, until ho wns
master bf a flourishing business, and
of tho magnificent homo where Mrs.
Randall bad employed mo to paint tho
panels of tho bed-room doors.
And as years robbed the devoted wlfo
of hor strength and the noble beauty of
middle life, they took nothing from the
love of a husband, who know that to
hor ho owed all his prosperity. Ho
realized fully the life ot Indolent luxury
ho would havo led, and contrasted ft
with the useful one to whioh. she had
guldod him.
A kind master, the families: ot his
work-people knew they had always a
friend In the head of the vast establishment In which the husband and father
tolled. Without ohlldrcn, both Mr. and
Mrs, Randall extended their charities far
and wide, and when gratitude mot them,
Joseph Randall said:
" Tho thanks arc yours, dear. But
tor you I should bo that dreadful object,
un aimless, Indolent man ot fashion,
what In days gone by they called' an old
beau.'"
: '"'    '«'*   '''-.■..«...
* Wonld I Be a GraHhopnorr
A little three-year-old, the young hopeful
af an osllinsblo lady on Piety Hill, In
Sslotu, is Just beginning to verge into the
period of childish investigation, doubt, snd
inquiry. Tho llttlo fellow liari heard the
words " grass widow," and bsstcuud to inquire tlielr meaning of his mother. By tho
way of illustration, sho told him that if his
father should run away and leave her aleuo
without any causo, then sho would ho a
grass widow. Tho fnturo senator looked
up in his mother's face and. said: "Thon
What'd I hot Would I be a grasshoppor?"
«■♦ . ■
* 8u.fta.tln Question.
A llttlo ohildonoe asked his mother
the question:
" Mother, what part of heaven do peoplo go to who are goodi but not agree*
able?"—fOhrlstlan Advocate.
The following Business Directory relates
only to persons whose advertisements appear in. the Daily Columbian. It has
been found true, as a rule, that persons
who advertise liberally are liberal In tlielr
dealings, and many persons mako It a
rule to give preference In their dealings to
those establishment* which nilvortlKO
freely. The following list Is arranged alphabetically:
LEGAL.
T. C. Atkinson ColumbiaSt
W. Norman Bole ColumbiaSt
Branch Ofllce at Vancouver.
Corbould A McColl McKensle Bt
Branch Office nt Vancouver.
E. A. Jenns McKenzie st
MEDICAL.
Dr.H. M. Cooper Church Rt
Dr. J. C. Henderson Chllliwhack, B. C.
Dr. I. M. McLean McKenzie St
Dr. DeWolfe Smith Clarkson Nt
. INSURANCE.
W. 3. Armstrong [Are] Court House
H. V. Edmonds McKenzie st
W.D, Ferris [UtoA accident] Ferris St
T.R. Pearson (Are A life] ..ColumbiaSt
Band Bros. [Hre,Ufo4nc'd't],McKonzioSt
' Branch Offices at Vanoouver A Vic,
TurnehBeeton A Co. Iflre] ......Victoria
Woods,Turner & Gamble
' [Sre, life A accident] ColumbiaSt
REAL  ESTATE AGENCIES. .
W. N. Bole Columblast
Corbould A McColl McKenzie St
H. V. Edmonds McKenzie St
W. D. Ferris Ferris St
Band Bros McKenzie St
Wm. Shannon Vancouver
Woods, Turner A Gamble Columbia St
COMMISSION  AGENCIES.
Thomas Spence A Co....New Westminster
Jno. Slrr. Columbia st
ARCHITECT, Ae.
C. H. Clow .......Clinton Bt
O. W. Grant. MoKonzIo St
CONTRACTORS A. BUILDERS.
Ackerman Bros Now Westminster
Beckett A Co. ..McKenzie st
BRICK-MAKERS.
Beckett A Co. „ McKenzie st
Mnnahnn Bros New Westminster
AUCTIONEERS.
T. J. Trapp Columbia St
AGENTS POR MACHINERY, Ae.
Fraser A Leonard .Vancouver
AGRICCLTTRAL IMPLEMENTS.
W. H. Jonklns..Westrainstor A Ohllllwh'k
Jno. Slrr. Columbia St
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
T. B. Pearson *,. Columbia Bt
PRINTING * RULING.
The Columbian Steam Printing F.stabl Ish-
mont...... -. Columbia Bt
STOVES at TINWARE.
H. M. Cunningham A Co Columbia St
GAS FITTINGS.
H. M. Cunningham A Co. Columbia Bt
SEWING MACHINES.
0. J. Robson ColumbiaSt
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
W.R. Austin Front St
C. G. Major Columbia Rt
Wm. MoColl Columbia St
0. MoDonough Front Rt
DRT GOODS.
Bon Marche. Columbia St
D. Drysdale A Co Columbia St
Jas. Ellard A Co Columbia St
Win. Rae [Globe Housol Columbia st
DRESSMAKING.
Bon Marebe Columbia si
Jas. Ellard A Co Columbia st
Misses McDougall Columbia st
WOOD * OOAL.
W. B. Austin , -.Front st
Henry Elliott [Order.«rtln» W.'McCbll's]
DRUGS, Ate.
D. S. Curtis A Co Columbia St
BUTCHERS.
Robt, Dickinson , ...Columbia St
WATCHMAKERS * JEWELERS
F. Crake Colnmbla St
V. Stlrsky Columbia Rt
C. M. McNaughten ColumbiaSt
BLACKSMITHING   tt,   CARRIAGE
WORKS.
Thos. Ovens Columbia Rt
Beld A Currlc Colnmbla St
J. E. Sulley Douglas at
HOTELS.
Farmers Home IHoldenl church Bt
The Clarence I Richards] Victoria
LIVERY, *vC.
Mainland Transfer Co Columbia Rt
BOOTS *. SHOES.
G. H. Grant A Co .ColumbiaSt
H. Kells Columbia st
Wm. Ross Columbia St
SOAP-MAKERS.
Pcndray A Co. Victoria
BAKERY.
A. Dlobel i Front St
NURSERIES.
G. W. Henry Port Hammond
E. Huteherson Ladnors
MONUMENTAL.
Alex. Hamilton. Church st
Budge A Monck Now Westminster
Thi Canadian no-
di.kCo.,.sa
. _    „ _ _ _    « Front St,
Jast, Toronto, set up tho Neatest and
most Complete, aud Best Selling Needle
Package In America. Send 25 Cents for
Sample of New No. 4, finished lu Flue
Plush. Particulars sent when stamps are
enclosed for reply.
Don't worry If you nre out of employment. Write lo Mr. Kownv. 41 Wellington Street East, Toronto. Send stamps
for reply. dwmylJme
NOTICE.
XTOTICK 18HEREBY GIVEN THAI m
XX dnys aft" (Into I Intend to imply to
fiio Chief Commissioner of Lands, (mil
Works to purchase 4$ti itnw of laml ou
Texiiilal8im.il, New Westmins tor District,
described as follows:
Commencing nt the S, E. Comoro* the
8.W. ti Of Hue. il; thence EasUO chains;
thence North 8fl chains; thenee West 80
chains; thenee Houth 40 chains; thence
East -it) chains; thenco South 40 chains to
point of commencement.
ROBT. E. JACKSON.
Victoria, a C, June 20, 1887.     dJeSfimS
LAND SURVEYORS,
Fire, Life, Accident & Marine
Insurance.
JA.t-—\—t—'U
Dominion Express Comp'y, Id.
(altera Canadian  ank Notes
Bought ami Bold,
UOLIIMMA STBEET,
Telephone as.       NBW WKsTHHiMTK.
dfe7to
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870.
Sections SI A M, III.irk ll Serin, Bailee I
East, In Ihe District or New Wrsllliln-
ster.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Title of Hugh Ross (now deceased)
to the above lands has been lost, and application has been made for a duplicate
thereof: Notice Is therefore hereby Riven
that a now Certificate of Title will he
Issued In lieu of that so lost, unless cause
be shewn lo the contrary within one
month from the date hereof,
11. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, fflth June, 1887.
 djeailnl
TESTIMONIAL!
Vancouver, SSrdJnne, 1S86.
Mil. Q. ROBERTSON,
Voneduver;
lie-presenting Gbldle A McCulIoch,
. (lull, Ont,
8m,—We the undereitrnetl haying witnessed the terrible flrewhlch wiped out of
existence the young city of Vancouver,
on the 13th inst, have, aftor the lire, examined the safes sold by you, some of
which were put to the most severe test,
having been surrounded by large quantities of lard and bacon, and we are pleaucd
to testify to the remarkable manner In
which every Safe sold by you preserved
Its contents, not only books and papers,
hut also thousands of dollars in paper
money were taken out In perfect condition. We can, therefore, with the greatest confidence, recommend them ns thoroughly fire proof:
L. A. Hamilton,for tho Canadian Pacific
Rnilway Company: ;M. A. MacLean,
Mayor; John j.Bhikej Stipendiary Magistrate; Hlch'd. Alexander, Justice of
the Pence; John Boultbee, Police Magistrate, Oity of Vancouver; Thomas Dunn,
Justice of the Peace; Isaac Johns, Col,;
Edward E. Rami, Real Estate Broker;
It. Balfour, Alderman: John Rankin,
Real Estate Broker; Plther A Edson,
Royal Hotel; H. F. Keefer, Contractor,
C. P. R,; J. W. NcFnrladd, Port Moody,
to Vancouver and English Bay; F. u.
Inncs A Co., Real Estate Brokers; A. W.
Ross, Real Estate liroker; Gravely &
Splnks, Real Estate Brokers; R. O. Ferguson, Mgr. R. O. P. Mills. JeUOto
1873.
GRIP!
1887.
CANADA'S COMIC JOURNAL
GREAT IMPROVEMENTS FOR 1867.
THE AIM OF "GRIP "Is to set forth, in
in nn impartial and Independent matt*
nor, the passing events of Canadian political and hoclal life. Ita Cartoons speak
moro definitely and more pleasingly ihun
who'e columns of editorial. In this pungent, easily appreciable, and artistic style
of present-ruga subject,the whole situation is revealed at a glance. The success
of Grip shows how well this fact is appreciated—its Cartoons on the passing political events of tho country being even
more eagerly sought aftor than the chaste
and humorous letter-press of the paper,—
though the latter is equal to that of any
similar publication on the continent.  ■
Tho publishers of Grtnare making ex
tensive Improvements for 1886. The old
'cover Is to be discarded, rind the journal
will hereafter comprise 12 pages, and be
printed on heavy toned and calendered
paper,—every number being so artistically
executed as to compare favorably with
the best papers on the continent, The
advts. will bo compressed and more syf 1c-
matieally arranged; wlille similar Improvements will bo made; as to the letterpress. A now and IiandBCfno desliinwill
adorn the title page; while tb«> Cm-toons
will certainly not suffer .from extensive
Improvements In the artistic deptu iment.
The price of Grip will hereafter be $2 a
year, which Is lower tfean that of any
paper of IM kind in America,—most of
them selling for 85. Singl'1 numbers of
(/r/iiwillbeiOcentB.
Twice a year,at Midsummer nnd Christmas, a beautiful special nnmlier will bo
Issued, the number of pnges being Increased, and pleasing features introduced,
particulars of which will be given In pre*
coding Issues, These mi mini's will be
presented to subscribers without extra
charge.
GRIP'S PLATFORM:
Humor without Vulgarity;
Patriotism without Partisanship;
Truth without Temper.
Only #3 n Yenr, Postage Free.
Address the Grip Printing and Publishing Company,'^ and 28 Front Street, West,
Toronto; or leave your order with your
booksellerorothor local agout,        fcI4
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
Printing  Company
(LIMITED.)
ON THE 10TH OP JANUARY, 1887,
tho Columbian Newspaper and
Printing Concern was purchased by a
joint stock company composed of citizens
cf New Westminster, to be known as tlio
" British Columbian Printing Co.,
Limited." Tlie concern lias been for
nearly a year owned and controlled hy
tho British Columbia Stationery and
Printing Company, of Now Westminster,
Victoria and Vancouver. Tho object of
tlio now company is to continue the publication of the British Colombian news*
paper and carry on a Reneral printing and
publishing concern, controlled entirely by
those whoso individual interest it will bo
to promote tho development, especially
of the Mainland. Thorn will bo no
fliaclciimtig of the energy hitherto displayed in tho management of tho establishment, and its patrons may rely upon
receiving full value for their money.
The Colombian will continue to bo en*
tiroly independent in both Dominion and
provincial politics, and will devote itself
to the advancement of sncli schemes as
may be considered in the publio interest.
The concern is now entirely separate from
any other business, tho book and
stationery establishment in this city
haying been taken over by Mr. T. It.
Pearson, who will continue to carry it on
in his own namo and for his own benefit.
It is desirable that a daily newspaper
should be maintained in this eity, and
the new company asks for publio patronage on the ground thnt it is engaged in
an enterprise calculated to promote the
publio welfare. It asks that the Col*
unman be judged on its own merits and
supported only so long aa its policy is
encousistt with its professions. In consequence of this business change all ao*
counts duo tho concern must be settled
without delay so that tho books of the
former company may be adjusted and
closed. Address all communications and
remittances to
i). ROBSON, Manager.
Now Westminster, .Ian. 28, 1887.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
1 Old Broad St. and 16 Pall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships build*
Ing and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FKOV LOSS OK DAMAGE Br VIKR.
Subscribed and luvested Capital,
£1,600,000 8TG.
Rates of Premium and every information can be obtained on application to
W. 1, ARMSTRONG,
Agent for Now Westminster,
Coufederatlon Life
ASSOCIATION.
Guarantee < millnl »1,000,000
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
A homeIompany,
This Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:—
The SccurKy offered to policy holders Is
unsurpassed by any Company doing business in Canada,
It bas no schemes of Insurance, but the
well-established lines, hence the policy
holders cannot bo misled as to then-contracts.
lis statements to the public can be readily understood, Hs cash statement show*
Ing every item of income and how expended.
Its position is ascertained annually from
a detailed valuation in whioh every Item
of 1 nihility Is included.
Its progress has been unexampled In
the history of Insurance In Canada.
Its policies are indisputable after three
years, and nonforfeitable after two years'
existence.
Its proflUi are distributed upon an equitable liasis. The profits to one class of
policy holders are not lessened to give
larger profits to any other class, which
method affords superior advantages over
tho uniform bonus plan of distribution.
liberal Conditions as l«i Buldence aud
Travel.
3. K. MncDONAM),
Managing Director.
T. R. PEARSON
Agent, New Westminster
Je7*3mo-alternate.
DEALER-4 IMPORTER IN
Dry Goods
CLOTHING
GROCERIES
JUST RECEIVED IN DRY GOODS,
A NEW STOCK
In all shades and material of DRESS
GOODS, Including Cashmeres, Merinos,
Silks, Satins, Black and Colored Velveteens and Flushes. COTTONS (bleached
and unblenchc.il. LININGS, BUTTONS, HOLLANDS, Ao. Groy, White,
Scarlet and Checked FLANNELS. LADIES GLOVES, In Cotton, Wool, Silk
and Kid. Ladies Merino and Lsmb
Wool Vests. JERSEYS, all prices.
Hosiery, Muslins, Diaper Irish Linen,
Brilliants, kc, kc
Men's Clothing!
For Quality, Stylo, Fit and Price,
can't be touched.
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
In every Lino. Cotton, Merino and
Wool Underwear, White Shirts, Cuffs,
Collars, Gloves, Braces, Cardigan Jack-
eta, kc. Also, Cotton, Merino, Cash-
more, Lambs Wool and Knit SOCKS, in
great variety.
Also, HATS and CAPS, Ladies' and
Gents' RUBBER GOODS and UM-
BRELLAS.
In House Furnishing Goods
Carpets, Rugs, Window Poles with
Rings and Mountings, Window Holland
(Buff, Green and Striped), Damask and
Cretonnes, Sheetings, Towels, White
Counterpanes, Bleached and Unbleached
Table Linens, Napkins, Tickings, Blankets and Arctic-down Quits, Table Cloths
and Covers.
IN GROCERIES
Everything found in a first-clas. Establishment, and none but the best, Canned
Goods, Fruits, Meats and Vegetables.
I don't offer tlicap Goods. I doat bay
(hen or keep incut, bat I after yoa Ik.
best aad al tke lowest price tner eaa be
aald at, aad yen get wkal we represeai
unoSDtc
at LOW PRICES in
FANCY MESS GQ0BS,
Prints, Ginghams, Piques,
li-A-WIsTS,  &C-, &Q.
Cashmere Jerseys. „   Parasols.
LADIES' & GENTS' SUMMER MERINO & COHOM UNDERWEAR.
CIjOTHI3y pt-,
Men's, Boys' & Children's Straw Hats.
A Special line Or DreSS ClOOdS at 12J oto. per yard.
WALKER  &  SHADWELL,
NEW WESTMINSTER. rdwJcSOte] *)f*aO*^Bteo**A.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S.-MASON,
CUYLER A. HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, - 56 New Broad St., ■ LONDON, ENGLAND.
The Buaiauss of ALLSOP k MASON hu been merged in tbe ibore Company
and wilt be carried on by the Company from this date as a general land investment
and Insurance Agency.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Bates. Town Lots and Fanning
Lands for Sale on easy terms.
Victoria, B. 0„ May 16th, 1887. dwJeTml
Bargains!
GEBAT S--3iGr--T2ITS ItT
M & saw f atcta,
BRACELETS, PINS, LOCKETS, CHAINS, *C.
Also a large   assortment  of   SILVER   PLATED   WARE
KNIVES, FORKS, SPOONS, &c.
fpgr All Goods guaranteed to be as represented.
dw-jal9tc
C. M. McNaughten,
Colonial Block, New Westminster, B. C.
Mew Arrivals!
The "GLOBE HOUSE"
TTAVE RECEIVED A LARCE AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK. Ok
TDiry Goods,      ,Hlip«*rr,
Ladies' and Children's Underwear,
Children's White ana Colored Dresses, for ail ages, at low price*.
Also, a variety of Bed Quilts and Lace Curtains, Flushes,
Satins, VelTCtS nnd Velveteens, and Everything kept in a 6rsUlass
Dry Goods Shop.       ^"Inspection invited.T£*|
dwapfttc
BRITISH BLUE MOTTLED SOAP ''""'"^'Wy.
BRITISH BLUE MOTTLED SOAP■k-m*m*&w-.
QUEEN'S JUBILEE SOAP ™w™'d'ntU»
QUEEN'S JUBILEE SOAP "e"the
NO. I PALE YELLOW SOAP '"
PENDRAY'S BORAX SOAP "Mtf"
TOILET.
HOUSEHOLD.
GENUINE ARTICLE.
ECONOMY.
is tho
PENDRAY'S ELECTRIC SOAP     .n...**™
PENDRAY'S BARBER'S BAR SOAP"' *&*»
Manufactured only by PEN DRAY A CO.,
.hvnilSUr ,, H»lbri4l SlnM, TkMta, B.«'.
WANTED,
i TEACHER FOR THE tilVU BAY
J\ Public School. Applications to im In
bv 25th July. Teacher to hold n cpii 1 tunic
not less than third cIuhh, grndn A.
HY. 1». CIMNTRELL,
dw,|y2ld Secretary.
WANTED.
>Y A YOUNO HAN, A BOOM IN A
) private family with or without
rmnl.   Apply "X. 1).," Columbian Offlee.
Brighouse Estate.
ALL PARTIES ARE HEREBY CA.U-
tloned iifcutnsi purchasing of Snm'l
thonso or executing mortgages on nny
portion of the above estate without, the
sanction of Manuel In Brighouse, his wife,
or her solicitors.
UnplBte      MANUELLA 11RIGH0USE.
NOTICE.
la Ike Mutter or tkeiSMale ar J. K.
Marae, deceased Uteitatc.
4 LL SUMS DUE THE ESTATE OP
A the late J. E. Murne muni be paid to
tlie undersigned forthwith; und all per-
floim having claims against the said En*
tate must send In their Recounts, duly
verified, to tho undersigned nt New Westminster, on or before tlio 7th day of July,
A. 1). 1887.
Dated at NewWestmlnster the 26th May,
A. I>. UW. JOHN ELLWOOD,
diny20tc Administrator.
THK IKSTAKMHBOUH
INK & STAIN
ERASER
Will remove all Ink or Fruit
Stains, Iron Rust, Grease or
Mould, and leave the paper or
fabric perfectly uninjured.
TRY IT.   PRICft, 60C.
I. C. ITATHWIIT «NWrM N.
Now Westminster, Vancouver* Victoria
awooiste .1 THE DAILY  COLUMBIAN
MmusHiD
%  ■ etwtp AiWtana except Madny,
British Coiumiiah Piihtiho Cmmny (Limitid.)
Al thoConitmny'sSleaiii I'rlulluK Establishment, Columbia Ht,
Delivered In the City dally.. .25c. per week
Malted dally, one year 510.00
Mailed daily, six months  6.60
,, ; AlKimiNO MTEI FN THI MIU.
TnunteatadTertiscMcats.-Flrstlnfier;
lion, 10 eta. per line solid nonpareil; each
subsequent conseoutlveli)sertlon,2cts. per
line. Advertisements not Inserted every
any, 10 ets. per line each insertion.
Standing Advertisements.- Regular
Business or Professional Advertisements
#11] be received at following rates: 1 Inch.
ik Mr muatb: 8 Ins. W; ti col. 16.80; ti col.
W75t 11ol Dfi. It inserted for less than 3
iSmS lfprtMf. Will be added.
Special Netleet among reading matter,
30 ots. per line each Insertion. Specials
calling attention to advertisements, lOcts.
•erltne.
Births, Marriages and Deaths,SI for each
Insertion; Funeral Notices la connection
with deaths, 60 ets. each Insertion.
t union Hales* when displayed, charged
ae per cent, less than transient advts, If
solid, charged at regular transient rates.
WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
,    Iwwed every Wedaekday Xoi-nlug.
' Delivered In the City, per year. . 13.00
Mutled, neryear 2.00
Mulled, tl months.........  1.25
WEEKLY AttVERTlUNQ IATEI.
Tvaasleat Advertlsements.-Flrst insertion, loots, per Hue solid nonpareil; sub*
'   sequent Insertions, 5 ets. per line,
Standing Advertlsements.-For 1 Inch.
|L60 per month: 21na.)2perm.; 3 ins. 12.90
Er m.; 1 col. $12.75 per m.  If Inserted for
wthanBmos. 10 percent, will be added
to thejc rates.    ..
Speolal notices among reading matter,
ets, per line each Insertion.
Cat* must be all metal, and for largecuts
an extra rate will be charged.  No advt.
inserted la either lasue for less than $1.
-HE
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Dissolution....... Dempster k NeWsom
JailB fritiah Columbian
Frldv KtmIu, Jaly *■ I**!.
3 oan of cattle armed to-day from
Kamloops.
Mr.  Cotton's   surveying party is
now operating near Pitt River.
.'.,.-. Get one of   those   "Ice  Cream,*
Freezers at rt.  M. Cunningham *
Co's. djy8t3
■ Remember the Oood Templars
strawberry feed in the Orange Lodge
to-night.
The weather is very warm and dry.
Water in the Fraser has been rising
again, during the past few days.
The half-yearly installation of officers of the I.O.O.F. in this city has
been postponed until next Thursday
••Ming.
We learn that Mr. Pitt, the real
estate agent, was ran over by the hose
cart at Vanoouver thia morning and
badly hurt.
Dr. C. £. O. Brown has returned to
the city, and will be found at hit dental rooms, over D. S. Curtia & Co's.
drag itore. djy83t
''He^Mt^Lennle preaohes at Vancouver next Sunday, and the pulpit of
Olivet ohuroh, in this city, will be occupied by Rov. Mr. Darnell.
The str. William Irving arrived
from Chilliwhack and wayports about
1 o'clock to-day. She had on board
a large number of passengers and a
good cargo.
Messrs. Dempster & Newsom, of
this city, have dissolved partnership.
Mr. Dempster will carry on the business hereafter. Mr. Newsom, his
paWMnytriil leave for Seattle in a few
days.
Trie first spring vegetables and fruit
of tke season arrived to-day via str.
• Irving. She brought down 10 tacks
of new potatoes from Sumas and 0
boxes of fresh strawberries from tho
Minion.
H. M. S. Caroline attended the 4th
of Jaly celebration at Tacoma, and fired
a salute of 21 guns greatly to the delight of the citizens. The mayors of
Vancouver and Victoria went over on
the war vessel.
Mr. Leyden has almost completed
hit pile driving contract for Messrs.
Scoullar ft Armstrong; and Mr. J. J.
McDonald, the contractor, will commence at once the work of construction
nf the building.
We learn that the strawberry festival and concert held in the Drill Shed
last night by the ladies of the Roman
Catholic ohuroh wu a success. Although the attendance was not largo,
about (70 was realized.
It is a great pity the street-watering
arrangement has collapsed. Columbia and Frong sts. are now extremely dusly, and it ia dust possible
that merchant! may find the damage
to goods a great deal more serious than
the water rate.
The two story frame bakery and
liable of Mr. Harm on Hastings it.,
near Cordova St., Vanoouver, was
burned to thi ground thii morning
about three o'clock. A hone perished
in the flames. The buildings were
partly insured.
Dr. Barnardo, the London philin-
' thropist who hu done ao much for the
regeneration of the London itreet
arabe in the put twenty-one yean,
propose, to ram a fund of 1250,000
to enlarge his work in London and
other parti of England, and his industrial farm for boyi in Manitoba.
The Vanoouver Coal Co. is linking
a new shaft at Ohue River, near Nanaimo. On Wednesday lut the linking party had fired a heavy shot, and
had ventured into theihaft before the
after damp bad cleared away and all
were overcome with iti effects. It wu
with the greatest difficulty thlt they
were rescued and resuscitated.
Prof. Bane haa shipped to British
Columbia a carload of dairy produce,
containing a quantity of the finest
creanury butter ever nude in Manitoba. This is the first shipment of the
,. kind, and il ia expected a large trade
' will be built up. The C.P.R. ii
making awoial rata and doing all in
iti power to aid the enterprise.—IFiu-
mtigSun.
Thf ltr. Mexico fron San Franoisco,
arrived at Vanconver yesterday with
freight for the C. P. R.  u follows:
'' carmtd goods: 8tW<P.ul, iwlons do!!
Minneapolis, 20 tons do.; Omaha, 20
tone do. j Sioux Oity, 29 tool sugar;
St. Louis, M,, 20 tons borax; Mar-
ihalllon, lows, 40 tons sugar; Dei
Moinu, Iowi, 40 torn sugar.
Mr. Geo. Todd returned recently
from a trip to Selkirk mountains. Ho
states that unusual activity prevails
there at present. Some very good
mines are being opened ont. Mr. A.
B. Wright has ovor 60 inou employed
in one mine. There is a great number
of men in the mountains along tho line
of railway. Three snowsheds are in
course of construction at Eagle Pass.
It is very probable that some now
mines will bo opened out in tho vicinity of thia city very shortly. Mr. W.
F. Murray, who recently exhibited
the rich specimens of gold, silver, and
galena quartz from a ledge which he
discovered, says he is confident he has
a good thing. He has located six good
ledges within 3n miles of this city and
will erect at once two of Bryan'r quartz
roller mills. Mr. L. li. Hinds, a mining superintendent from Tucson, Arizona, is expected hero daily, and,
whon he arrives, should he bo pleased
with Mr. Murray's discovery, it is
probable the lodgo will lie developed
for all it is worth.
Pleasant as syrup; nothing equals it
as a worm medicine: the name is Mother
Graves' Worm Exterminator. The greatest worm destroyer ot tho age.
A. O. F.—The followimr; officers for
the current term were installed ou the
Oth inst.; John McMurphy, jr., C.R.;
Geo. Monday, jr., S. C. It.; C. R.
Monck, treas.: \V. H. Kelly, Sec.;
A. Anderson, S. W.; D. McMurphy,
J..W.;A. Coutts, S. B.; J. R. Rankin, J.B.; J. Brennan, trustee.
The Sale To-morrow. — At 11
o'clock to-morrow morning the old
gaol and all its belonging will he tillered for sale at public auction. Among
the valuable belongings may be mentioned G heating stoves and pipe, a
large quantity of iron water pipe,
wrought iron tank, largo cooking
nnge, 3 door bells and pulls, iron bars,
hinges, and a large collection of other
articles both useful and ornamental.
Now, if anybody wants to buy a gaol,
let him como to tho auction!
Vancouver Customs.—Wo understand that Mr. J. M. Bowell, son of
Hon. Mackenzie Bowell, minister of
customs, is to receive the appointment
of customs officer at Vancouver, and
that Mr. Peter Grant, connected with
the customs in this city, will also go to
the Vancouver office. Mr, Bowell was
for some timo surveyor of customs at
Winnipeg, but it was deemed judicious
to transfer him from that office. Mr.
Grant is an excellent officer, and his
departure from this city will be rogret-
tetl by many friends.
 «.——	
Humi.vu HisFither.— Hyderliux,
■on of Dr. Meerkhom, formerly of Lahore, India, arrived to-day from Victoria.. Hyder Bux is Beeking his
father who left Lahore about a year
ago for San Francisco. Hyder Bux
weut first to Calcutta, thence tu Singapore, thence to Hong Kong, and from
there to 'Frisco. On arriving at 'Frisco he was told that his father hnd left
that city for Victoria some time ago.
Ho then took passage for Victoria, but
on arriving there he was informed
that his father had left that city and
gono east. He arrived in this city today and happened to meet Dr. Bontley,
who told him that Dr. Mccrkham was
practising in Winnipeg now. It is
fortunate that Hyder Bux mot with
Dr. Bontley, as he talks nothing but
Hindostanese, and would no douht
have experienced great difficulty in
making himself understood to unyono
else. He leaves for Winnipeg to-
morrow.
Joseph Rusou, Percy, writes: "1 wns
induced to try Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil
for a lameness which troubled mo for
three or four years, and found it the
best article I ever tried. It 1ms been a
great blessing to me." llcwarc of similarly named articles; they arc imitations
ol Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil.
Personal.
Dr. C. E. C. Brown returned from
Kamloops with his family to. day.
Rev. E. Robson, of Vancouver, and
Rev. C. M. Tait, of Ohilliivhnol", woro
in the oity to-day.
Lieut-Governor Aikens, of Manitoba, Mrs. Aikens, and Miss Aikens,
aro at Banff hot springs. ,
T. P. Fowler, president of the Now
York, Ontario, and Western R. R.,
has arrived at BatuT iu his official ear.
Ho is on his road to Alaska.
Messrs. C. W. Sharpe and H. A.
Urchman, advance agents of the Wil-
bor Dramatic Co., are on thoir way
west from Winnipeg billing the Wilber
Dramatio Co. The company will visit
this city end Vancouver.
Passengers per 0. P. N. str. William
Irving, from  Chilliwhack   and wny-
rrto: Rev. W. Gill, wife and family,
Burnett, J. Melrose, Varnoy, .1.
Murray, C. J. Robson, S. Lukey, H.
Holding, W. H. Jonkins, Mn. Mel r-
vin, J. McKee, Miss Hnrkness, Mrs.
P. Edwards, Sister of St. Anne, Rov.
C. M. Tait, Mr. Branchflowor, .1.
Jones, A. H. Thompson, Mr. Darcy
and wife, Hobcst, J. Cavnnagh, Mrs.
Callaghan.
 ....._	
There is a Wide Diffehenck between
medicines which affect merely tho symptoms of disease and those which affect its
cause. The first are useful aa palliaties,
the second, if of genuine efficacy, pro-
dace a radical cure. To the latter class
belongs Northrop ft Lyman's Vegetable
Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure. Thorough*
nus of operation is its special attributo
in all cases of Biliousness, Coatlvoness,
Indigestion, Kidney Complaints, nnd Fe
male Weakness.
The Great French Remedy, Dr. Lo-
Due's Periodical Pills. These Pills are
compounded from the purest drugs, and
from those only which are known to act
upon the Generative Organ* in Females.
They are first enclosed in an air-tight
capsule, and by this means made to retain their full strength for years in any
climate. Ask us for private circular.
A. M. Herhino ft D. a. Curtis ft Co.,
New Westminster', T. MoNeeley, Lad-
ner'sLanding; H. McDowell ft Off,, Vancouver; Pimbnry ft Co., Nanaimo; T,
Plekard, Denman Island; A. R. Johnson
ft Co., Chemalnus; R. B. Richardson
Cowichan; W. E. McCartney 'ft Bro.,
Vancouver and Kamloops; Hastings Saw
Mill -Co., Vancouver; The Vancouver
Drug Co., Vancouver; J. B, Lovell, Ynle;
W. R. Megaw, Priest Valley; 11. Clark
ft Co., Kamloops; Lanomcy ft Co.,
wholeaale agents, Victoria.    dwse28y I
Wholesale oity Market.
Beet,     por lOOIbj 810 00®S1200
Pork "  10 on it 12 00
Mutton       "  10 OU mj 0 00
HUloslBl'n)"     II MM  7 00
Potatoes'      "     ITKfi!   I -GO
Tin-nips      "    0 00 (<« 0 75
Cabbage     "    rr. fro M :i OO
Onions       "    ^ 00 (ie 0 tlO
Wheat "     1 60 cj  1 75
Oats '•     1 60<S 1 75
Peas "     1 50 r.fl 0 00
Hay,       per tun   :*0 OO m 25 oo
Butter (rolls) per 0)   0K(M OS)
Cheese, "     0 200000
Y.KBe,      pBrrtoz.*   0 30C-U 0 85
Cordwood (retail) per curd   .t50(.} -100
Mr. P.. A. Harrison, Chemist and
DrugaiStJ Dnnnville, Out., writes: "I
can with confidence recommend Northrop & 1-ylnon's Vegetable Discovery und
Dyspeptic Care for Dyspepsia, Impure
Blond, Pimples ou tho Knee, Biliousness
and Coiwtipation—such cases having
conic under my personal observation."
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avenue.  Seats free, all are cordially invited.  Sunday School nl. 2.30 r. nr.
..   (m«M
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Itov. C. Watson, Pastor. Services at
11 a. m. nml 7 p. in. Sunday School and
Bible Class 2:30 p. in. Prayer Meeting on
Thursdays nt 8 p. m. Seats free; strangers
cordially Invited. Je"-lo.
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PETER GRANT,
fe2Mo Secretary.
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at the Columbian ollice. Prices will be
found lower than at any other office in
the province.—Adv.
Notice of Dissolution,
■vrOTICH IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
XX tlio piirtiiLTHliip lieretoforo existing
Between tlio imdersteiieil us Boot ami
Shoe Denlers on Columbln utrect, has tills
tiny been dissolved by mutual consent.
Mr. A. R. Dempster will collect nil accounts duo the late firm aud settle all
clnlms against lt.
Dated tills 7th day of July, 1887.
■    R.D]	
djy8l«
„ „._iEMPSTER.
J. G. NEWSOM.
JETOTIOE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
(10 days (rom dato I Intend to apply
to tlio Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission to purchase mo
acres In New Westminster District, which
may bo thus described, namely:
Commencing at a stake on the left bank
of Hliiiuit Creek, about 1)0 chains below
Squint Knits, running thence In a right
lino 40 clmfns in a southeasterly direction
down tlie loft bank of said crook, about
ten chains back from said loft bank;
thenee running in a right lino tn i> southwesterly direction 40 chulns; thenco in a
north-westerly direction 40 chains; thenco
in a north-easterly direction 40chains, to
point of commencement.
W. NORMAN BOLE.
Dated 7th July, 1887. djy7m2
1887.
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WHOLE AND SEPARATE TENDERS
will bo received by the undersigned
up to 10 o'clock a. m. on Monday tke 1Mb
Jaly, for the erection of r THREE-BTORY
FRAME HOTEL and STORES on LotL
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TO CONTRACTORS
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dJeMtd Architect,
NOTICE.
VTOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN THAT 00
ll days after date I intend to apply to
Uio Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works lo purchase 480 acres of laud on
Texada Island, Now Westminster District,
described an follows:
Commencing at the S. E. corner of S.W.
ti ot Sec 3; thenco East 40 chains: thence
South 80 ohalns; thence West to shore
line; thonco following meanderlugs of
shore line in a north-westerly direction to
S. E. comer of See. 4; thence North 10
chains [more or lessl; thenee East 40
chains; thonco. North 40 chains to point
of commencement.
JAMES LUMBERT SMITH.
Victoria, K. C., June 20,1887.       	
THE   STEAMER
"GLADYS"
UNTIL   FURTHER   NOTICE   WILL
loave Wise's Wliflrt, (or
Chllliwhack and Way Places
 ON	
TUESDAYS & FRIDAYS
At 7 A.M.,
Returning the following days.
For freight, Ac., apply on board or to
W. MATHERS,
dmhSlto On the Wharf.
NOTICE
TT AVINO MADE MY FORTUNE,
FOR THE NEXT 30 DAVS
I will sell my entire
Stock of Furniture
teW BELOW COST.
Purchasers will do well to call and buy
ns any article in stock may be hnd at the
lowest figure.
JOHN E. LORD,
Columbia Street,
Next Door to Wintemute Bros.
New Westminster, June 21st, 18S7.
 dJegQml ;
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
Wholeaale and Retail
DRUGGISTS.
New Westminster, B. 0*
dwmhlOtc
PACIFIC
New Westminster, B, G,
REID & CURRIE
MANUFACTURERS* IMPORTERS OF
Farm Wagons,
Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons,
Carriages,
Top Buggies,
Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
Butcher Oarts,
Dog Oarts,
Dump Oarts,
Drays, Stages,
AND  EVERYTHING   IN   THE
VEHICLE UNE,
ISraMiniMiund Sialics A EiprcKS Wag'
Ons for sale cheap.
Repairing, minting A Trimming
(lone at reasonable prices.
BLACKSMITHING
Jn all Us Branches.   Estimates givon on
Ironwork and Contracts taken. '
Horsc-Sliocinir and General
Jobbing.
We also keep In stock to supply the
trade. Iron, Steel, Chains. Cumberland
Coal, Horse and Ox Shoes, Harrows,
Iron and Hteel Harrow Teeth, Carriage
BprinRB and Axles, and a complete stock
of Carriage Hardware.
A lot of first-clans Ploughs 6 IUr*
rows on hand.
QVWo have got the best workmen to be
hail In tho country, and we Import nearly
all tlio stock we use /rom the east—consequently we can offer inducement* to purchasers that we could not havo dono some
time aim. All material and work leaving
tlie shop will be iruarauteed to bejustos
represented. Orders from tha country
promptly attended to.
dwaplfte REID&OURRIE
For Sale!
BATt BUSINESS IN A FIRST-CLASS
Hotel—central location, Vancouver.
Block nt Invoice prices; fixtures at bottom
prieeR. Two years' lease of promises; license torn yoarjust secured. Small capital required. Reasons for selling, ill-
health. For particulars apply to
B. V. BODWELL,
Real Estate Broker A Oen'l As't,
Vancouver, B, O. djyflwl
The Loan By-Law!
PROTEST FROM THE CITIZENS
To the Mayor tmd Council, City of New
Westminster;
GENTLE MEN.-Wo, the undersigned,
beg most respectfully to protest against
the Loan Bylaw, 1887, being finally adopt-
td. Wo object to lt oti many grounds,
but it may bo sufficient to say, among
other things, that we strongly object to
the Bylaw being acted upon whon so
many largo properly owners wero, by
what, we-consider an. erroneous viow of
tho law, cxclndod from voting. We me
vory adverse to any lltignUon.and uliall
only resort to that when compelled to do
so. Therefore It Is that we now request
that the Bylaw mny not be further proceeded with.    |
Wonro.Gentlomen,.
Your Obedient Servants,
James Cunningham .Walter Blnckie,
A. W.Lundbom,      D.S. Mllllgan.
George Mead, Wm. B. Townsond,
Jbh. Grimmer, Wm. E. Fales,
C. G. Major, A. McCorvie,
DouglasADelghton,,I.E. Insley,
D. B. Calblck, Wm. Ross,
Jno. Clute, Thomas L. Briggs,
A. M. Herring, KobertLaw,
J. H. 0011111111111, James Rinnlc,
Fred. Eickhoff, H. W. Bonson,
J. A. Calblck, Charles Dlgby,
W. Norman Bole, H. Hoy,
S. H. Webb, Mrs. H. Elckhon',
Geo. Gray, JameH O'HolIiirnu,
John Stewart, A. M. BrlnnskiP.
James Cash, Alex. Ewen liy xr.D.
W. J. French, W. It. Lowls,
J. W.Harvey, Margaret M. Leo,
J, C. Armstrong, James McNamara,
L. W. Riske, D. MoFhaden.
Now Westminster, July 2,1887.       iljyull
Loan Bylaw, 1887
To Raise a Loan of $75,000.
WHEREAS IT IS EXPEDIENT AND
VV desirable to raise by loan the sum
of 875,01X1, payable on tho 15th day of July,
A. D., 19117, with Interest lu the meantime
payable half-yearly, at the rate of six per
centum per annum, to be applied to the
following purposes, that is to say:
A. For the opening up and improve*
ment of Publlo Streets in the City of Now
Westminster, the sum of S2U,75Q.
B. For the erection and furnishing of a
City Hall, Court Room, Lock-up, Police
quarters, City Clerk's Olllce ami Market,
tho sum' of $15,000,
C. For improving tlio Crescent and
Park, the sum of £-,,1100.
D. For purchasing nt n sum not exceeding their par value all Debentures
issued ou the security of tho City of Now
Westminster, the sum of $28,250, which
Debentures arc sot ont In the schedule to
this section,
1. NewWestmlnster Loan Bylaw,
1888, payablo lu ton years —
balance unpaid.. ..$ il,500
il. New Westminster Loan Bylaw,
1885, payable In ten years—
balance unpaid   4,000
3, Railway Bonus Bylaw, 1885, pay
ablo in twenty years—balance, 2(1,000
4. Woolen Mill Bonus Bylaw, 1886,
balance , ,      750
w, a ,,(J„Tqtal.v $28,230
AnrTWIi'ereriH the sum of 5(I,(KK1 will have
to be raised annually as n special rate for
paying the Interest and creating a sinking fund for paying the said loan at
the days and times when the same shall
become due by this Bylaw.
And whereas tho amount of tho whole
rateable property of the Municipality according to the last revised Assessment
Boll, being the Roll for tho year one thousand eight hundred and eighty-seven, is
tbe Bum of 8709,210, Irrespective of nny future I ncreuso of the rateable propeityof
Hie Municipality, find of any income in
the nature of tolls, Interest or dividends
from tho work, or from any stock, shares
or Interest In the work upon which the
money to bo raised as herein provided, or
any part thereof Is Intended to bo vested,
nnd also Irrespective of any Income from
tho temporary investment of the sinking
fund or nny part thereof.
And whereas to raise the said yearly
sum of $0,000 the annual special rato upon
the snld rateable property will require to
be eight-tenths of one per cent.on the dollar.
Therefore, the 'Mayor"and Council of tbo
Corporation of the City of Now Westminster In council assembled enact as follows:
1. It shall he lawful for the Mayor of
the said City to raise by way of a loan
from any pevson or persons, body or bodies
corporate, who may be willing to advance
tho same upon the credit of Debentures
hereinafter mentioned, a sum of money
not exceeding In tbo whole $75,000, and
cause tbe same to bo paid Into the nands
of tho Clerk of the said Corporation for
the purposes nnd with ihe objects hereinbefore recited.
2. It shall bo lawful for the Mayor to
cause nny number of debentures to be
made, oach for such sum of money not
less than $100 as may be required, aud all
sueli debentures shall be sealed wllh the
seat of tho Corporation of the City of Now
Westminster, signed by the Mayor and
countersigned hy tbe Clerk of the said
City.
,'i. Tho snld Debentures shall be made
puyablc In fifty years from tho day hereinafter mentioned for this Bylaw to take
effect, at the office of the City Clerk of the
City of New Westminster.
4. The said Debentures shall hnve coupons nttnehed for tho payment of interest
nt tbo rate of six (ter centum per annum
on tlie amount of said Debentures payablo half-yearly during tho currency of
said Debentures which coupons shall bo
papabln at the ofllco of said City Clerk.
5. For the purpose of forming a sinking
fund for tho payment of tho principal of
said Debentures and Interest to become
duo thereon an equal special rate of olght-
tcntbs of a cent on tbo dollar shall, iu addition to alt other rales, be raised, levied
und collected In each and everyjrenr upon
all tho rateable property In the said Oity
during tho continuance of said Debentures.
0. It shall ho lawful for tho said Corporation from time to tlmo tn repurcliace
any of the said Debentures nt. such price
or prices ns shall be mutually agreed upon, and nil Debentures so repurchased
shall be forthwith cancelled, nnd no reissue of Debentures or nny Debenture,
shall be mode In consequence of said repurchase.
7. In case any or all of the said Debentures mentioned In Section D In tho recital of this Bylaw cannot be repurchased
according to tbe provisions nf this Byluw,
then and lu such case tho unused portion
of said sum of $28,250, mentioned In said
Section D of the said recital shall be
fdoced to the credit of Uie sinking fund of
he respective Debentures which cannot
be redeemed, and the special rate mentioned In the Bylaw creating suoh Debentures shall not ho levied as In snld Bylaw
mentioned, but Instead thereof tlio amount required to bo raised annually by
suoh special ratot for Interest on such unredeemed Debentures, shall bo paid out of
the sinking fund created under Bald Bylaw, nnd tins Bylawnnd the principal sum
of snld unredeemed Debentures, shall if
suoh Debentures oannot be sooner purchased, be paid out of the sinking fund as
and when suoh Debentures shall bocomo
due respectively,
H. This Bylaw shall before tho final
poising thereof receive thensiont of the
ihe Electors of the Corporation In manner
provided by the Municipality Act, 1881.
0, Thin-Bylaw sluttl take effect and
come Into force on the tiJtn day of July,
A. D. 1887.
10. This Bylaw may be cited as tho
"Loan Bylaw, 1887."
Bylaw read the first lime on Iho iMnl
dayofMfty,A.IUte7.
Bylaw read tlio second time on Ihe Ulrd
day of May, A. D, 1887.
Bylaw road a third time ond passed by
the Municipal Council ou tho 27th day of
June A. D. 1887. '
Reconsidered aud finally passed op tho
4tb day of July A, D, 1887.
,-i^l R. DICKINSON, Mayor.
l£*J JAS. A. ROBINSON, O.W.O.
djyflll
Removal Sale!
D. DRYSDALE & DO.
OFFER THEIR
IMMENSE   STOCK   OF
Dry Goods, Clothing,
CARPETS,   ETC.
AT WHOLESALE   PRICES
From July 1st, 1887.
B®rg&* bargains may be expected in everything we handle.
D. DRYSDALE & CO.,
dwj^Otc 73 Columbia St., New Westminster.
THIRTY DAYS
CLEARANCE SALE
James Ellard «*. Company
Will sell the whole of their Large and
well selected Stock of
Gent's Furnishing Goods
Dry Goods, Clothing,
House Furnishings,
Carpets, Etc.
..**■ mpfftg-f-je,
u
Reduced Prices for Gash.
SALE TO COMMENCE 20th JUNE
LONDON  HOUSE
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Come and inspect before purchasing, and
be convinced that the goods are marked
down to the lowest possible prices.
JAMES ELLARD & CO.,
JcrlsM
XsOHTXtOST HOU8B-
Mi^nsru.^LisriD
CARRIAGE WORKS
( i.a.tbi BxriiiiBnr & rxtsixrwiaic)
THE UNDERSIGNED.having purchased
' the Mainland Carriage Works, opposite
W. B. Townsend's Livery Stable, Merchants' Square, Westminster, will carry on
the business of Blacksmithing & Carriage
Building in all its branches. Having had
considerable experience in the business,
and possessing first-class machinery and
stock, work will be guaranteed to give,
satisfaction.
Hone-shoring a Specialty. Call and Inspect ihe Establish*
ment.
ilJPlSIO
J. E. SULLEY.

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