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Array Oovemment •?l*'intmgolfit'
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AT EtEltt^O, JUNE 18, 1888.
NUMBER 112
OFFIOE-Clarksoh streot, opposite rear
entrance of Colonial Hotol. :.-. i.
REglDENOB-Aanes St.,
Baptist Church. Telephone!
OFFICE HOUB8-10 a. m. to 12 noon; 3
tot; aid0riOtnip.nl. dnolOlo
H. MACLBAN, B. A., M.D..O.M,
OFFtOEt MoKensle Btreet. .     .
RE»IDENOEl Annes Street, third honse
rom Mary Street. Telephons.flor IT.
rtKKlOE HOURS! lDtolaj 8 to 5- StoS.
., , ,d-d"18tc __'
il
M. COOPIOH. U. Ai.J*. I>„
■A
(. rtAiiqaN.*fj|^»)».?^ .
i KlfioE and RE81DBi|l0Ei-<Siuri!b''!St.
(next door to Farmers* Home), near
Columbia St., New Weetmlnster, B.0.
OFFICE HOURH-_H to 10 a. m. i 1 to . and
H.aotd«_*J^*)fi»town*ma'.»t*ii.
try Uromptty attended ta fezto
■ fe.Xe™^^^ .,
PRICES. Wo have pnrohased very largely lor the preaent season and with the
stock already received and on tbe. way, wa claim to have one oi the beat selected
Stocks in British Columbia.   Wi'tarry fnll lines of
F.
WK1.8II,
v'-ilVi
DENTIST.
Room 18, ■'•■ ■'■    t>i<t   i   Colonial Hotel
Omoa Holms-Ill to4. „   dfcSto
ZIOmtMlif B a*t UeCOLL,
*'!.'■" :'mttRBlTERw;. }• :• '"*.
SliiMCITOnS, ETC.
Offlees. Masonic Buildings, New Westmin-
sler,andV..i(o,ivt>.,j5'C.     *y_ld(rto
T.
tl. ATKINSON,
RABRtSTER, 8OLI0MOR, arc
MoKensle Street, .      .. „_K ., «„■_
dwfelOtc New Westminster, B. 0.
ITT   IfORHAN BOLH,<t.O.,
BAR^IHTER-AT-tAW.
Litiil Agent •       Money toOLoan.
Columlilu St., . IX
setto Nc* Wostmlustef, B.O.
(r,w^H,nrnwi
* «■» JHWhPrEffrs.'"----' *
OrrtOR- Room E,' "
; i .-.'■ QroBanlgor the,iii
dauSllo _   ' Cbli.itaTotift^oiiu''
GW   UHAXT.
'•   I '..■' ■. ■" .
AKOHITKCTI
1 j    OfrtoK-Comer Mary and Clarkson But.
dwfeSSto   .
Bw
ILLIAM R. KIIO,
*-    TT , .   ARCHITECT,..
BUILDING ar LAND SURVEYOR,
SANITARY ENGINEER.
(/.Oyjiofc-Wew Masonic Block,._   *'
dwapMtc' *'*   ■'• '       Swestmnisler.
LBBBT JFt-'MttiL,'»   ■•'/"'>-■-
It. CAN. Soft C. E.
I;' CIVIL ENGINEER,
1 -(..UBpSURVBTORoltd
Or«O^Nw**tW't««l*<rlt. i'i
dwmhl5to New Westminster.
t-yf j.,:waim« *«•*■..-i ;,-i-j||
f ACCOUNTANTS, STOCKBROKERS,
.BliAL •KT/i?TE, iTr»StfRil.Npt! atti
'''-, (QEITBRAL AGENTS.,*'      ....
t, 8, Bank Buildings, NewWestratbster, B.C
Vl N«M %•*"-*'- " *-'
I-, .jgj£ I '"-
£m  J   THAW,   ___.
ACCTIONKKtt'A'fJDAPPRAlSER,
1) Oolumhlasttieti. ,.»..1«# Westminster
'■ CUf fit-
All commissions will recelfe prompt
k| and careful attention.   Beat referenoes
f givenwkeiitequlira*. ...JuNM
Ke—h——~   li.«'
RANDBROSa
liK.
And Inauaneo Agents-,
Offlees at VICTORIA! Fort Street,
NEW WESTMINSTER! Oorner
McKenale and Olarkson Sts.
.VANCOUVER, Oosdpva Sttaat,,
BUILDING 1.0*13 Oi -Jo in nil ccct'ons
'    iuilij'jlei^lty,
i n( Vancouver orjdXe(i'*Wp,:
Langley, mtsqul, Srrmss. Mud Bay.Lad-
ner*a Landing, Lulirnmlm, North Arm
, n^HMIw,.,.,, ,-.. ,- ..fwr
Maps anil Plain/editbHat' ahd thejnll-
est Information (ilrnlnlied at all ouromces,
v _ /, a \mrnte rtmAti  A
WILLIAMS   BjRO^
land Agents & Siirv2yors,,
1 FliWS rHBI-ABBD. SliRTUTSMAim
Large or Smnll Sums of Money .Advanced
on Goo.t rncrruritios, at Reasonable
B.*it«of'Iii»op*at:.   ;    ,,'..""
Varan flit* aale c i Fnuer Hlver. aaa.a
Ft awl Inlaw hew WceUWlaster.   m!
| ,t,wiLLlAM8:BB<>81anilne.insiantoomr
l^*3munIeatlon with Intending settlers fr-ira
l^'Englan*andaleeirlMre.and Haveapeolal
laoluDSfWejiretlagaal...
,   TiHrohjigcs are lowairtbiui any other
1 agents In the Wovln.-..
'*       III       ' I
WESTIItlilStCT-. BLAINE-
-ligp> pt tjotu ht_t4h ■'   l '*',
STJLUE.   L1.VE.
* —tm
will make
..._jn Westmin-
close connections
llnebeafe.|l
T: AKE THIsiaftSiatSJiBtY OF THi mtWff THB1R NUMERODS PAT.
tons lor the very liberal support extended to them fit thejpaat and of litformlns
them that thoy.are stU»*r bafonnil e**Mt LD STA-^rWrfW tWfj«pa(elui
attention to business id ill Its details to stiU merit and secure that large share of
patronage whioh has always been extended to then. MOST -"''  '■
■ . "*8mall Profits trntl- Quick Betnrn»" l«. our motto, and while. w« con
fees that wo have not yeTiHve* tin, problem of^BlryillO uu) SBLLINO did J^V,
INO BY THE LOSS, yet at tbe .smetiroe we do claim that wo bave disoavered
WHEN, WHERE and HOW TO BOY tlie nunseroms Arttolaa.tbat -—
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds of the best makes; Cl-OSS-Clli I
BorlK*dHlre(or Fcncinj. and .11 the.ncoe—ry ICMllll
Pulley Blorks, Nnatrli Blocks, Bape &€tojn in
Tars'
in all color
Stoncst
Lubricating
Hand-Saws,
fot FararinKt
„,     ilfilfts! Wtcfi.
kiiint'Tarral and Plain Paper for Building) Paints die Oils
Liquid Paints In all shades! Floor Paints ready to use; Grind
* Pnm*i> iu all dealgn.; Brooms & Brnabea inr all nurnm..;
.....~ ..„,...,_.,__.   . ,...  ---i-.toChta»i.
roun who steals yr
of pigs, aud small
nibbles at your cheese.
tar Special attention givon to ordera by null, and it you have any doubt aftirt
to bhy any particular ,artte|e, why, go tt send to
T. J. TRAPP * CO.
-dwapStc.
Columbia Street, NewWestmlnster.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
". Columbia Street, Westialiuter, B. f*J,     .jfei
. imc.-~omiria»   os*   [o{»T hnri-
Hardware.AgricuftitrQtJmptement^
Paints; Oils, Glassware, Crockery, Wall
Papers, Wooden Ware.
STOVES AND RANGES
'.nsr OJOAT -v^l-biju'x**i: *-*•
Tinware, Hollowarc, Plumber's Woods, Iron Pipe
nnd;.^t«n|i^);;: ,:
MannftctuFer of Tin*«v«ra.'' Employs none tiut first-class Worlt'
men.   Contrjiets forIheet-iron Cornice Work, Gat Fitting,
i.Plumbing, Roofing, ftc., ftc. .      ,
t^All Werk fiaaraate«d te (lire Satlsfactlofa. ■ *''"' \ dwmhifthi,,
i<St-#BI
broefflsd  ,T>tlifii*Ji ton
.! .Mi-wll. SJIiST    AliRlVE*D;'
I#pT|J(p)pyf | RAWS IASHI0N&
in all
JiOOtlff
of (the Newest Style.
|^A*i{Jmin>» ASSORTMENT OF
, ,,, isjtiKris-.u*r,i...
Flowers, Wlng«, Feathers,
i»W .MENT; OI„ b
FINE ASSOfcf-1
Ifc*
Mi^taimti
,Wi
teual
re are orfferlng the rmtiieLutrat 30 PER CEfer&EtOW the
Sal Prices* r     ,   ri"(»'". ,.''.'„:■;,!'    ,ooi.r -■*& .'■'■ ■' *>'.i£r-..
'   . f3r- These Goods are marked ih plain figures and arc GENUINE'BARGAINS.' "' ' "   ' I "'■ %■ ; ''-*••:,':■.?£,  .,       ...
WALKER & SHADWELL,
m >\ MAJB'-iiCoflVftBjA «mfeHk-?f.iBi.?.H
.ckn-f6to-  '»»'.v„,. W**TC»HllittiMr, S. €."'*
I Robert Dlok-
RoblnBout Pa-
Jt In son: Chief
I, W. Corbett;
_,   0/  the 6q»
te'tj,^'*
'HsoviitciAL Officbrh. -tr Oovemment
Agent, Ob-wW-arwlok; Hetfalntr of Titles,
B» W, ArmilronKi hupt. of Provincial
Any lum, Dr. B. LBentley: fiuraar of Asy-
lum, Ju. Phillips; Qovemor of Central
Prlsou, WmrMoresby: Btewani Boyal Co-
lumhian Hoapluil. (Ami,jMjfbyj Immigration Agent, Jno. Sprott; Coroner, W.
"VFerrlH.
Dominion officials.—P-qslmauler, J. C.
Brown; Collector of Ciutaiw. J. H. Olqte;
Warden of Penltentlarir, X H. McBclde;
Dominion Land Agent, U.B. W. Aikman;
Crown Tirtber Agent, T. 8. Higginson;
Inspector ofi Fisheries, Thoa. Mowat.
KBPBiBKNTAT-fVES.-Benator, Dr. T. B-
Mclnnes; House of CommonH, Donald
Ohisholm; Provincial Legislature, Capt.
-W.N. Bole,Q.p.*
KAILS CLOSE AMD ARRIVE.
ax. OB in    - .
For Can. Pao. By.—Daily (except Sunday
and Monday), at 12.45, and on Saturday
{for dlspatoh Sunday) at 22.        i-%    r
For Victoria, V. I, and Western U. S. Offl-
cen—Monday, 12.45; Tnesday, 0.10_ Wed*
nesday, 6.80; Thursday, 8.15; Friday,
fl.U0; Saturday, 8.16.
For Vancouver, Moodyvlllo and Burrard
-■-■**■  *- .exceptSunday)at8.15.
Dally (exoept Sunday)
Inletr-Dally (e
For Port Mood;
atB.       ■
For Ladner's Landing and Lululsland-
Mondav, 12.45; Wednesday and Friday
0.80.
For Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie, Baney
Centre and Langley Prairie—Saturday,
For North Arm and Sen Island—Thursday, 18.90.
For Elgin and Mud Bay-Saturday, 12.45.
Kor Plumper's Pans-Monday, 12,-io.
For Nanafmo {Ulre.it mall)—Tuesday, 19.
' n-crsa     ■   ■(■ ■
From Can. Pac. By.—Dally (except Saturday) at 13.
From Victoria—Sunday, Tuesday and
Thursday 16; Wednesday, Friday und
Saturday, 11.80.
From Vancouver, Moodyvllle and Burrard Inlets-Dally (except Sundny) at 16.
From Port Moody—uaily (excopt Snnday)
at 17.
From Ladner's Landing and Lululsland
-Snnday, Tuesday und Thursdav, 16.
From Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie and
1 La of ley Prairie—Friday, 18.
— North ArjgHUid Sea Island—Thnrt)
o (direct mall>^Saturday,
POSt OFFICE! HOURS:
Money Order Hours—9 to 17 dally; and
tieneral Delivery from 9 to 19 (7 p. tn.),
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; 9 to
18, Mondays, Wednesdays and Frldayit-
exoept when malls an Ming made op or
aortad.
This powder ueyer raries. A marvel of
purity,strcnittnandwholesomen'.'«8. More
•oonomlwI-Uwuiha-aniiniiry knuis.Bnd
wVotirW tiEpoafceitt^on with tha
mffiltOWon^ tetti'fchoH weight «lum
or phosphate powders, Sotdonlylncnns.
Rorajc-BaxniQ Pownui oo.. lot W«H St.,
We* York.      . Sfely
Tug for Sale!
•f-tfKlfoA'MBFW'i COMROONDM*,
1   ohlnesy, by Eastern maker.. ,,..„„
FOR  SALE.
.J1HAT   VERY ;,DE8IRABLK    RKSl-
,fV jTv B"T "J. denceProperty owned by Mm. Kminn
■ i Gold, situate at tnecornerof Royal Ave*
ISeWW^W'r**-?'*
•'-BAOBB 6P LAMD altuata be-
Avennes.
BAND BROS.
wean Royal and Queans Avenues.
Tekmh Cash.
JJoHIo
for Sale,
•pKUSQJ^^I(Bi^(J^tBtc^4iNj
ItWnerci     __	
ate on ulmoU rond, and about l^mUrs
llnnge'6 W.f Lulu Island-containing
aeraT-ft Prima FARMING LAND, situ-
i on1 a jMiod rond, and about 1%-mUra
from tbn'Nortli arm nf Fraser River, B. C.
Price, tatypsr ae rr i part cash and balance on time with Interest nt 8 per cent.
Applyto
dwmbflmS
i J. H.TODD A HON.
Victoria, B. C.
Hotel to Lease!
lHK KKW TIIRKK-SXOBY BRIOK
*S" .i6TBi.,
Comer of Oletnent A Columbia Bts.
AppljUi    .Ml,.
W. A. DUNCAN,
ilWIMitc New Wsslmlnster, B, C.
AOTIBS   %A»TI.NO.   8TRAV.
rlen Tor hottlliiR irari have tliem IMljn
UMleral|l»»il af SO cts. per ponnd ^r
oomlnf to the itartlen and bnuRlna lioxe.
to hold them. Wo oahnot deliver them at
THOMAS CUNNINGHAM.
the.
tthanI'M iris,
ane     -—
failp _\riti«h Columbian
Moaday EveaUs. *m lm ins.
Stung by the taunts of hia cowardice, when he made a visit to Moscow—the hot-bed of Nihilism—the
Czar insisted upon walking alone
through a crowd of twenty or thirty
thousand people, without tbe slightest protection but his own sword.
The walls of the city had two nights
before heen mysteriously decorated
with posters announcing that the.end
of Alexander's reign had come; that
he had been tried and found wanting j that the "committee" had de
dared his death for ref using to give
the people a constitutional government. Many arrests had been made
by the police, who, with all tlieir
numbers and acumen, had not been
able tb detect' the mysterious billposters, and there was great excitement throughout the entire city.
When the morning of the day on
which the Czar's death* was to occur
arrived, he announced his intention
of attending mass at the church of
the Annunciation, within the walls of
the Kremlin, and a quarter of a
mile or so from the Palace. The
Czarina and the other members of
his family implored him to take no
suoh risk; they begged him to have
mass sung in the Chapel of the Palace, bnt he declined and even ordered that the police guard should be
withdrawn. He said that if his
time to die had come lie was ready,
but ho would not die like a coward
in seclusion, but he would die like a
soldier, with his uniform on and his
, sword in his hand in the presence of
his people; and so he left the Palace
alone, clad in the uniform of fiold-
marshal, resplendent with gold and
silver lace, and walked across the
parade ground tothe ohurch.
The news of hia,«uliuff|a|tti-)
quickly among thV-WofrW, who were
naturally on uie qui vive, owing to
the mysterious proclamation of the
Nihilists, ud before ths mass was
over the area within Kremlin walls
was crowded with ill sorts and son-
ditlbns of men, 20,000 or 30,000 in
mtttsr. After mass was sung, tat
ho had committed his soul to God,
the Czar, with his gloves in Hs hand,
left the ohurch and entered the
throng, which opened to make a passage for him, but one so narrow that
lie could touch the bodies ot those
who stood on either hand. No bomb
done the business, but with his head
erect and bowing to th<*se who saluted him the emperor walked the entire distance... The crowd wm silent
and almost breathless. Every man
expected something would occur, but
the only break in the Car's walk
that morning was when he reached
the fit. ps of the palace, stopped, turn-
leges ; they should call for no foolish
notions as to chivalry and defence,
and all that. Business is business,
and this is not an age of chivalry,
but an age of political economy and
the survival of tbe fittest.—hevie
Bramble, in Pittslmrg Dispatch.
8Y TELEGRAPH.
The ■mperar'. Ftsaeral-A
Euaalaallea Saslala. the Onxiaal
Caaeer Tkeory—William   It a  '
Daliral •ear-.m «M, fentge
W.ihfd •«! la Bleed.
The Kepabllea* Beam Cammeatfaa at
tkleaah—1   Dead-loch   Eipeeled,
TVhlekwaald Benalt la Blaine*.
nomination.—The Devouring
names—-Ballroad
Canailles.
U8T NIGHT'S DK8PAI0HES.
impbbox William's obdebs to the
Aim.
Berlin, June 16.-The Emperor
William II. has issued the follnwing
general order to the army: "While
the army has only just discarded the
outward signs of mourning for tbe
Emperor-King, William I.,my revered
grandfather, whose memory will ever
live in all hearts; it has just suffered a
fresh and heavy blow by the death of
my dearly loved father. This is indeed
a serious and sorrowful time, in which
God's decree has placed me at the head
of the army. It is from a deeply moved
heart that! address my first words to
my army, but tlie confidence with
which I step into the place to which
God's will calls me, in immovably
strong, for 1 know what seme of honor
and duty my jjlorious ancestors have
implanted in the army, and I know in
how great a measure this feeling lias
always st all times been manifested in
the army. A firm, inviolable attachment to their wsr lord is a heritage
handed down from father to son for
generations, and in the same way I
refer you to my itrandfather, who
atriids fresh in all your memories, as
MM personification of a glorious and
venerable war lord auch conld not be
more finely conceived in a form for
speaking to the hosrt. I refer you to
my fattier, who, as tbe Grown Priuoe,
had already won a plaoe of honor in tbe
annals of the army, and to a long line
of glorious ancestors r.hoar. names
shins brightly in history, wlinsu hearts
beat warmly for the army. Thus we
belong to each other, I and the army.
Thus we were born for one another,
and thus we will stand together in an
indissoluble bond, in peace or storm,
as God may will it. You will now take,
the oath of fidelity and obedience to.
me, and I swear ever to remember i hat
the eyes of my ancestors look down nn
j,|«t from the other world and that I
shall one day hnve to render an ac-
eoant to them of the glory and honor
of the army.   (Signed) Williai&i"
Ift! MORNI-40'B DI8PAICH8S.
TBI W-UBUOAN BOOB.	
Chicago, June 18.-Th« Sabbath
wits disregarded bv the various boomers of favorites yesterday, and the day
v"*^'Tp™ r"""1'*TJ''-''-'T'TT",':--"''_' ' was one of activity among them.   The
ed bis face to the people and  fpofce j ^ hoilew, onfy ,dde5 to the gen.
oral uncertainty,   the Peoifio coasters
to .them.
. He said that he hod been' told
that he should have trouble if he
came to Mosoow; that since he had
arrived he had been, warned by mysterious enemies, whose motive be
oould not understand, that the present day was to be his last. He had
therefore done as all men should io
who, expected danger—gone to
churoh to ask forgiveness for his
'sins aud protection from on high.
That protection was not denied him.
His body, like his soul, was in the
hands of God, and man had no power to injure him without the divine
deem. He, therefore, feared nothing, and believed that as long as he
governed thk empire with wisdom
he would be allowed to live. • Then,
thanking tho' people with hearty
words for their loyalty, he bowed and
enteifd the palace.
Thero had been silence till then,
but as the Csar disappeared the
crowd broke into a cheer that almost
reached the sky.—Chicago News.
Women who go into business,
from either choice or necessity,
should acquire business habits, adopt
business methods, and possets themselves of all kno\v)cdj,'i! of details.
and general information. Them
should be no sentiment about it;
they should expect no immunity
from disagreebles on the score of
being "lumps;" tlielr prospect of marriage should have no more effect on
their work than it has on tlmt of
men. Their dress should suit thu
requirements of the occupation. In
no diess does a girl look neater,
prettier, or more graceful than that,
adopted for gymnastics or lawn tennis, both of which give fullest play
for all movements. How much better would many working girls look
and feel and work in suoh dresses
than in'the gaudy, tawdry finery so
many of them wear, These should
hav*. their business suits just as
>tlo.' Women should aho malls*
it fn obtaining employment weak
ike and pale faces and general debility are at a discount They
should expect n» favors on the score
bf sex ; they should call for no privi
Held a meeting snd organised an ssso-
for the interests of the
oiation to act
coaat in the convention.
It was an
nounced last night that the New York
delegation had declared for Depew
unanimously, snd under certain conditions Depew would accept the honor of
having his name presented to the convention, i In an interview Depew said:
"If It shonld happen that I should
be nominated as candidate of there-
publican party for president, within
one week front the day of my return to
New York, I should write a letter to
every institution of which I am prasi
dent, director or trustee, resigning my
.position in each. This would be due
to the obligations I ows to the peopie.
The office of president of the United
States is one which can have no divided allegiance."
Workers for Sherman, Alger, Harrison and Greaham clnim to have mnde
gains in various directions, over all
hangs ths Blaine boom. It has become
quite evident that a deadlock will be
brought about, to break **/hich Blaine
will be sprung and receive nomination.
A   BIO BLAZE.	
Kisumas. Arii., June 18.—A fire
originating in a barber shop yesterday
afioruotm swept away the principal
business part of Ihe 'wii. The loss
oxeeirds fcUO.CCJ.
i-.llIilUDAN STILL IMPBOVINO.
Washisctos, .Imrc 18.—A bull.tin
issued last night says Gen. Sheridan's
condition contrasted with th it of lust
Sunday, is a -ratifying impMvement
as tn action of heart and lungs. His
strength is greater and the desire f.«
foisl, more natural, ana sleep more
healthy and refreshing.
1 irMMnrnit ths insuhance.
Sar Dieoo, June 18.—Early yesterday morning tbe St. Nioholas Hotel
and adjoining restaurant Were destroyed by Sre. The proprietors of the restaurant have beeu arrested, as they
were heavily insured and it is believed
tbey set fin to the restaurant. Loss,
•14,800.    . ■iii.1 .i.
AR OLD OKI'IHIB WAHBKD Oi T.
< Co»STA!<Tittot>L6, June 18.—Dating
a feast he.'a yesterday Albanians and
Nubians, of tno Imperial guard, fought
olt an ancient feud. Erghteen negroes'
aad three I Albanians were killed.
Djosens on both sides west, wounded.
■miotmoK ra Xnto.
Sax Dieoo, June lit.—Jesse Errads,
a horse thief, while attempting to os-
from an officer at: Temecula, was
A DtmtfOL BON—rOSTMOBTEB BIPOM,
Bebun, June 18.—The behavior of
the emperor ia that of a' dutiful and:
loving eon. He does not allow many
hours to pass without inquiring for his
mother and her manner towards him il
most motherly and affectionate. The
postmortem examination wss confined
to dissection nf the neck and larynx
and lungs. In the larynx, which was
found to hare been destroyed by suppuration, was a cavity about the size of
a clenched fist. Dr. Mackenzie states
iu the report which he prepared at the
command of Emperor William, that
the disease was beyond doubt cancer of
the larynx. He adds that a'diagnosis
was rendered very difficult, as the disease attacked the cartilage of the
larynx at the outset, and afterwards
developed chiefly in the lower pajt of
the cartilage.
Children -fltftf■||^M^■pEySfcr*■^i,,i,-,•
MIS mmOOlfg DI8PATCIIS.
TBAIN BOBBED.
Helena, June 18.—Eight masked
men slopped the west-bound train on
the Northern Pacific, near Billings,
Saturday niglit Tha engineer was
compelled to act as guide to the robbers. They broke into the express
cars and received packages containing
(400. Tha male passengers were
robbed, but only about 8500 secured.
The sheriff of Yellowstone county and
posse are in pursuit.
oet min DBSEBTS.    ,
New Yobk, June 18.—Mme. Diss
DeBor and Gen. Diss DeBar were this
morning sentenced to the penitentiary
for six months for defrauding Lawyer
Marsh by the use of "Spook" pictures.
MOKE CHINESE.
San Fkanosco, June 18.—The Batavia, fourth of the O.P.B. fleet of Pacific steamen to enter this port, arrived this morning from Ohina and Japan, via Vancouver, with 610 Chinese, .
TBAIN DEBAILED.    .. ,'.
Washincton, D.O., June 18.—Late
Saturday nigbt a traio on the Virginia
Midland road was derailed at Pope's
Head Run, Virgiuia, and four persons
killed and several injured. _    .
M01-.E BAlLBOiifASSAimW.
Evansvillu, Ind.,' June I8.r-News
was received, to .day of a fatal railroad
wreck which took plsce yesterday afternoon near Kockport, Ky., on Newport
News and Mississippi Vsiiey railway.
A freight: train went thmuth the
bridge over Green river, killing the
brakeman, und fatally injuring the
engineer, conductor and yard-master..
Several others were badly bun) aod
may not survive. The engine snd two
coal can were buried in thirty feet of
water.
MKMOSIAL   SERVICES IN LONDON.       '
London, June 18.—Funeral services
in memory pf the emperor were held
this afternoon in'Westminster'Abbey.
Pisces were reserved for diplomats
and memben of the housesof lords, and
commons., Ordwtfiji-re giyen to half-
mast Sags, and fire minute gunaat. all
British military and naval stations, at
Konreahd abroad.
arrested for mubueb.
Mabyhviijj Gila., June 18. -Thos.
McNnbb, a saloon keeper, has been arrested, charged with the murder of
James Sullivan, whom he beat so severely that be died this morning.
TBI EMPEHOB'S TONEEAt
Pothdaw, June 18.—The funeral
services over the remains of the late '
emperor took place at ten o'clock this
morning. -Bismarck, Count Von
Moltke, and foreign princes arrived
oarly this morning from Berlin. Large
crowds congregated outside the nil-
way stations to see them. Addicts and
police are visible everywhere.. Castle
Friedericksviche it guarded like a fortress. - The church bells tolled. Ministers took their places around, the cut-.
fin, and the cathedral chow sang two
hymns. Chaplain Knegel blessed the
corpse, the mourners' choir sang " I
am to die." Twelve commanden of
twelve different regiments of which
the emperor wu chief, carried the
coffin to the hesne, which waa dlaww
by eight horses. Eight majors took
the bridles of the horses, aud the procession started for Friederickvioho.
t'pon arrival at the church the mourners tuck seats assigned them. After
service by the chaplain, ther* wu fir- :
ing of volleys and minute guba by tht
troops. The mourners thtu departed. I
Before leaving the widowed empress
took a solemn farewell look at her dead
husband. The Prince of Wales walked
with the emperor and king of Saxony
in the procession. The funeral services
ended shortly before one. t      ,;
THOBSTON   ELECTED  THAIBKAN.
OiittrAOo, Juno 18— The national
republican committee, at a meeting
this morning, seler.i-*d John M. Thurston, nf Nebraska, for temporary chairman of tlio orinvciitiiin tir-iai.rrow. Tha
New York delegation organized this
afterniKin and unsuiinously decided to
support Depew.
still  wrnovLva.
Wahuinoton, June 18. —There is no
marked change in Sheridan's condition.
Ho slept Well and1 it slightly better
this morning. No more bulletins will il
bo issued until nine tonight unless
tlioro is a decided change. , ... ; M
" -****>*"!*******"**'""""»*"Ba«9«r...'. idiirjin.'
Mr. Alex. Bobnwon, of Exeter, iu wa-   r
ting about one of the most popular artioles, abd one that has done more good to
the afflicted than any other medicine kan
during the abort time It hu been in existence, says: I have used four bottlseef
Northrop A Lyman's Vegetable Discovery
snd Dyspeptic Cure, aad hare been cured
of Dyspepsia that troubled me for over
ten yean.   Port ot thst time I had It
very bad, and was st considerable ei-
Dense trying to get nUef | bnt thb excel- .
lent remedy wu the first and only relief   .
I reeMvedT" '   w
 —-».■•»'.     . i.i
. Job printing ol all kinds neatly dote
«the Columbian office.    Pries* will Iw
Wt^LWV^^ fail]) § ritish eLoltrmbwn
■ewlay Evening. Jane 18, ISSS.
On another page will be found a
lengthy nrtiol* from thajpen of "Olt-
ixen-soldicr," which is the first of a
aeries on the same subject, — "Oiir
Defences." This is an important
matter. It will be remembered that
the question came up in the house
of lords, r in the world's capital, on
the 1HK of June inst, when Lord
Sudeley called the attention of the
peers to the superior advantages of
Burrard Inlet over Esquimalt u a
naval station on the Pacific coast.
Lord Elpbinstone, on behalf of the
government, said that the authorities had been divided in their opinion on the subject, but after full consideration the government thought
it unwise to transfer the naval station from Esquimalt to Burrard
Inlet, whioh in time of war might
become a mere ctd tie sac for our
ships. Nothing whatever is said
about even the supplementary and
necessary fortification of Burrard
Inlet and the Kraser River, as the
keys to the Canadian Pacific Bail-
way, which in the event of war
with, say Bussia, would be invaluable as a means of transport for imperial, troops and munitions. Al:
though the importance of theso fortifications has been repeatedly urged,
backed by competent authority, for
years past, and although it has been
shown that, the fortifications at Esquimalt notwithstanding (for the
reason that they cannot, on account
of the width, command the Straits
of Fuca), British Columbia proper is
still practically defenceless, arid the
0. P. R. at the mercy of an invader,
yet no steps would appear to be contemplated by the authorities to place
the defences on any more satisfactory footing. Our correspondent,
who is well qualified for such a task,
intends to discuss the subject at
length in all its bearings. In his
paper in to-day's issue he characterizes the "full consideration" which the
imperial government claimed to have
given the subject, before deciding in
favor ot Esquimalt as against Burrard Inlet, as "official stupidity, or
even worse," stating tbat, " instead
of sending competent men to examine a whole coast and the surrounding country, with a view to reporting on its defensive' capacities,
a* firat-cliss tbijitary engineer gets
instructions to make the best plan
he can for defending some place that
nature haa made naturally unfit to
be defended," after which, adds our
correspondent, substantially, the
government go through the form of
accepting these plans and ordering
that tbe work proceed accordingly.
It is well known that a great deal of
insular ignorance and stupidity have
in the post been exhibited by England in her dealings with the colonies, and in this matter of the defences of British Columbia, the record does not seem likely to be
broken. In subsequent articles our
correspondent, "Citizen-soldier," will
discuss, among other things, the cut
■ie sac theory enunciated by Lord
Elphinstone as cited above, and will
show its absurdity on technical
and common sense grounds. These
articles will appear in the Columbian
at intervals of about a week, and
should be of interest to every main-
lander especially, and We hope will
assist in enlightening the authorities
as to the proper course to pursue in
the matter of tbe defences for this
province.
In Oanada.our supreme court
judges are appointed by the federal
power for lift—or, good behavior,
we were going to say; but we take
it back: that hu nothing whatever
to do with it. Aa things are, a supreme oourt judge in the Dominion
may, it he choose, come on the bench
"full"—not so muoh of legal lore as
of usquebaugh; he may insult and
villify counsel, witnesses, and the
press; but let none of the aggrieved
ny, "boo," for, if he should, the arbitrary flat Of the invincible and infallible judge is liable to be brought
into play, and prestol the unfortunate oriticiaer may find himself
minus ten dollan, or languishing in
durance vile, for contempt. We do
not mean to say we know of such
instances. It would not be safe,
probably, te assert as much. If
jqdgu are to continue to exercise
this arbitrary power, and constitute
themselves prosecutor, jury and arbiter, npon the case of any one who
may have occasion to criticise their
official Acta adversely, it will be necessary for the prau to obtain by
legal enactment mme franchise that
will enable them summarily and arbitrarily, and without process of
Uw, to "collar onto" any judge, or
any public official, who, in the infallible estimation of the "fourth estate," hu violated the canons ot
decency, and common-senw in his
strictures of the preu, and to put
such an one in. the vulgar ' lock-up
until he learns better manners. The
preu have got just as muoh right to
exercise such an exceptionable, feudal age privilege as the bench. Our
oousini in the great republic would
appear to have ah advantage of us
in their system of filling the supreme
court benohes. There the judges,
instead of being appointed for life,
are elected by the people for a
United thmtowt of jreen, and thus
the otijeeHoo of a judge retaining
office after he hat outlived his use-
fulMN,eir node-red himself obnox
ious, is obviated. But "there is no
rose without a thorn," as Germany's
new emperor says. In the election
of judges, as the following extract
from -an ^meridiin exchange will
show, the criminal and incendiary
olasses have an opportunity to defeat
law and order snd instal Anarchy,
if possible: " From the stand-point
of ordinary politics the election
to be held shortly is unimportant
The only office that is to be filled is
that of supreme court judge. Tbe
term, it is true, is long—nine years
—and sometimes questions come up
which have in them an element of
party politics, but there is no chance
for the judge to dispense any patronage or otherwise reward 'heelers.'
In a higher sense, however, than
mere politics there is a special reason why strenuous efforts should be
made to elect.the only avowed candidate, Judge Magruder. His defeat would be ».certain,'vindication'
of the Haymarket massacre, or at
least a rebuke of the justice which
triumphed in the punishment of the
guilty participants in that butchery.
The fact, that Judge Magruder wrote
the opinion oil whioh the supremo
court decision rested has singled him
out for especial assault at the polls.
To eleot some one else, no mAtter
who, would be tt great victory for
anarchy. There is no longer any
doubt that an organized movement
is on foot to secure his defeat. The
tickets have been printed, and some
of them were distributed secretly at
lodge meetings last night. Others
will be distributed to-day. Great
care has been taken to keep the
facts in'the case from the public.
The plan of campaign is to avoid exciting apprehension. Acting in
concert the anarchists and their
sympathizers will exhibit no interest in the election until late in the
day, when they will rush the voters
to the polls." '
EMPLOYMENT^ WANTED.
PRACTICAL ENQMHH GARDENER
"It Saved My Life"
Is A common expression, often hoard
bom those who have realised, by personal use, the curative powers of Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. •* I cannot say enough
in praise of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, believing as I do that, bnt mr its use, I
should long since bave died from lung
troubles.—E. Bragdon, Palestine, Tex.
About six months ago I bod a severe
Hemorrhage of the Lungs,-brought on
by a distressing Cough, which deprived
me of sleep and rest. I had used various cough balsams and expectorants,
without obtaining relief. A friend advised me to try
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
I did so, and am happy to say that it
helped me at once. By continued use
tills medicino cured my cough, and, 1
am satisfied, saved my life.—Mrs. E.
Coburn, 18 Second st., Lowell, Mass.
I have used Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral
tor over a year, and sincerely believe 1
should havo been in my grave, bad it
not been tor this medicine. It hu cured
me of a dangerous affection of the Jungs,
for which I hod almost despaired of ever
finding a remedy.—D. A McMullen,
ranging gardens,
"diiires to obtain employment In ei-
Tiotbeds, lower beets,
lawns nod othpr work ot thatttature. Has
» thorough kiMwIcilge o( his business
and guarantees satisfaction.". Excellent
references It required. '.,
. Address "W.JF.," this olBceir!' dmhslto
NOTIOE.
mm UNDERSIGNED HAVING RE-
I turned Irom China, hereby notifies
die public that tn future any purchasing
of goods or other business undertakings
forthe Arm of Kwong On Long will reeeive bis personal attention, and that he
alone has authority to transaot business
for the hrm of Kwong On Long.
  LEE COY.
[Signed],
dJiHSml
EDUCATION BRANCH,
Pkovixciai. Sbcrkvakyis Defakthxiit.
Victoria, June _tb, IMA
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the Annual Examination of Candl-
Aatt
JbIqs tor Certificates of Qualification to
toaoU In the Public Schools or the Prov
incewill be held ln the LeslflatlveHall,
Viotoria, commencing on SATURDAY,
•July Itb, at 10 a. m.
Intending candidates are required to
notify this Department nnd (urnwh testl*
monfalB prior lo June 27th.
8. D. POPE,
.   Superintendent ol Education.
.PHCEINTZX:
FIRE IISURAM
doM:p.Ajr**r
OP    LONDON,   ENGLAND.
One of the Oldest and Best
Companies in the World,
POLICIES ISSUED  AT   THE Lowest rates, and no combination with
any other Companies.
JAMES' CUNNINGHAM,
djesml A.nirr.
LoiiosiLnie
FIRE INSURANCE CO'Y.
CAPITAL, l}- .. '   $9,M0,*iM
T>OLICIE8 EFFrtCTEI) AND ALL
Jr olaims paid without reference to any
other offloe, by the General Agents tn
Viotoria. 	
Aoimrs ut New Wimtmihstub!
MESSRS. W. J. WALKER & CO'Y
8, BANK BUILDINGS.
- dwmyl8ml ■*■-■■ ■•*■■ ■■■"•"■' »■*
I HAVE RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS
from Mr. JOHN HAUGMAN.whoU
retiring from tht bmlnwi. to Mil byprl-
Tate sale, ROSE HILL DAIRY, whieh
conilite of the Lease of Farm for I yean,
22 head of Milk Cowi, which hsve beta
well selected, and a number of Heifers,
Steen and Calves, one yoke Wot k Cattle,
2 Horses and Delivery fart,' with a complete Dally Outfit.
Also—a full complement of Agricultural
Implements, consulting of
1 Mowing Machine,
1 Prairie Queen Plow,
Feed Cutter (No. 1).
2RowBoatJftifcowt
"With a large number of Chickens, Ducks
and Geetic.
Also—66 acres Land on Lulu Island
which Is fenced and drained and in prime
condition.
For further particulars apply to the un-
derslgned or on the premises.
If not sold by the 20th June, will be sold
by Publlo Auction on the 2nd July.
T.J. TRAPP,       ,
May 28,1888.*dtd auctionkib.
TEACHER WANTED.
DULY  QUALIFIED
 "1-for "-'  -
__6llei_.
.stsignea not h
I July n»xt.
-■-*r-—    •J*I'*1t8ecrel
N.W., June 11,1888.
djelltd
VANCOUVER CITY
Foundry! Machine Works
mHE    PROPRIETORS    Of    THESE
J.   works have ranch pleasure in notify-
£? tiow'itoVueffitee^nA SoVm
w'llT^hteW'lrM^'^i
-;  :    A.McULVIE,
.<:- Usohanleal Manner.
Vancouver, ad, 8th May, isles
dwmytsto
.NOTICE.
Re J. W, THOMPSON, late of Chilli-
whack, B.C.
A LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO J. W.
A Thompson, late of Chllliwhack, are
hereby waned against paying the am-
„_.. J_. . 'in other,*haatbe
ounts due, to anypei
—-"—*•—» -ho. w*^
   All pat  _.	
also warned against paying or negotlat*
undersigned, wbo
reeeive them.-  "
»rtles Interested a
*
Bnck MannfactoBKi,
BUILDERS AND
Windsor, Province ot Ontario.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral saved my life.
Two years ago I took a very severe Cold
whioh settled on my lungs. I consulted
physicians, nnd took the remedies they
prescribed, bnt /ailed to obtain relict
until I begat! using Ayer's ChetrJrPec.
torsi. Two Toottles of this medioins
completely restored my health.—Ussla
M. Allen, West Lancaster, Ohio,     tt
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
SotttySUDnialiu. thee»l;'.libottle., ,5.
PUBLIC SALE
In the Supreme Conrt of Britisli Columbia.
FINDLAY, DURHAM* BRODIE,
PLAiHTirrs,
>   A.KD    '
PETER BIUKELL, D«fm»ast.
f HERRBY OIVE NOTICE THAT I
1 shall, at the hour ot 13 o'clook on
Ut.ln--.0ny, I'llk day «f Jane. IWW, utthe
CUUKT HfUHE, in the Clly oT Ne*
Westminster, Hell-at Publle Auction,the
Goods anil Chalte s. tho property of the
defendant, P Bttren, seltetS by me nt
ttlvertt lniet to mithfy n writ of fieri foetus
i turned out of Uie Bupft-me Court of British
Columbia In the above entitled cause.
commanding fate to' levy the sum of
Slu.ttW.inl, besides costs of execution, slier-
IfTspounilago, officers'f..«H nnd all other
Ineldcii'aK'XienMH. The particulars of
the said go An and chattels ma**- be seen
at my office in the City of Mew Westminster.
.   June 1st, 1888.     ■ <   •'■      "
(Slgnell),       W. J. ARMSTRONG,
djoltd , .  : Sheriff.
P08TPONED.
THB ABOVE 'BALE IS POSTPONED
until nunday, Ilrt Jut,rrl the same
honr«,dp.«ev^ aAj|S
jelltd Sheriff.
HtllCK-YAItDS! Port
OKFIOE-ir Corner Columbia and Mary
IU., Hew We.imln.ier.    dwrnhlOto
TH£ WHITE IS KING
ARTIES DESIROUS OF PURCKAH.
' igsbould not fall f   -'     *  	
Machines a trial.
pARl
orated
shonld not fall to give these eels-.
-w_-      ■-• •
ft
, J. BOBSON,    , -   A
Agent for tbe Mainland.
Also, Agent for tho  celebratedWhite
■r.uaeN.uukieutc. djeltu
CMkha C^fpr Brt»AQ»*ii«
HarriBoiHoUpriiigsJiC,
HEALTH AND PU48IIEK UISOUT.
STEAM, SAIL 4 ROW BOATS ON 11 AND
SwIMlai. Vaporaad Private Balks,.
With Experienced Attendants.
LADIES DEPARTMENT SEPARATE.
Terai.Sll.ul. tamper
Only 6 miles from Aiassls
R. Reduced R. R. nnd steam]—
Excursion rates tjood for SO daya from
Only 5 miles from Aiassls Station, C. P.
. Reduced R. R. nnd Steamboat rate.,
Efonlsloii; rates good for SOidaya from
Westminster >• Aiassls BUIIon and re;
tiifnlw." "sathrday-exounilon rats, ttoojl
..i . ..   — -jfonday.l-LM. Comfort"
turn, w.   op»i.niay I
nnUl followlni Mon       .
able Stages meet all .Train
Iw obtained nl R. & OBoS.
Siss»r
OJk.-*T.  J*--—
JiMES WISE'S
OLD STAND,
0|ip the (', P. S. Cpj-s Wbsrr.
Fin a lluncriil Assort meat ol
Dry Goods,
oi.OTH:iiTa-»
Millinery,
Udiet' & Children's Appanl,
Groceries Crockery, Cordage, &c
Butter Kegs, Barrels,
Hay, Grain, Feed, 4c.
FARM "pAODUOE
DOUOHT OR SOLD ON COMMISSION.
PKoiraBriiMn,   •   Kwwmiwm,
dray22tnl
B. C. Penitentiary.
TENDERS WILL BE REOEIVED BY
the undersigned until 12 o'clook noon
on SATURDAY, JUNE 23rd, 1888,for supplying the Penitentiary from July 1st,
Iffl-J.toJune 80th, 1889,with the following
artioles:
1, Coal—Wellington screened.
2, Beef.
8, Salmon [r 1], fresh and salt.
4, Groceries.
6, Blanket** [white, 4-ptl. per pair.
6, Flour— bent brand In the marset.
7, Leather and Findings for Shoe Shop,
detailed lists of which can be obtained on
application at the Penitentiary.
Neither the lowest or any tender necessarily accepted.
Samples mny be seen and blank forms
of tender obtained on application to the
accountant, at the Penitentiary.
No tender will be considered unlesa on
these blank forms.
Imperial weights and measures required.  All articles supplied to be of the best
quality.
June 8th,
ARTHUR H. MoBRIDE,
Warden.
■•.   JeWtd
HAVINO  RECENTLY  IMPORTED  A
HERD OP HIGH-GRADE
JerseyMilehGows
I AM NOW PREPARED TO DELIVER
ANYWHERE IM THIS OITY, EITHER MORNING OR EVENING,     ;,:
RICH JERSEY MILK.
Whioh I Guarantee to be aa Pore as tt
Comas from the Cows.
W All orders left nt the Stores of
Messrs. WOLKENDEN*H.M. ODNNING-
HAM k OO. and AUSTIN will receive
prompt attention.
drahUto THWU CMMWHW.
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY^ OFFIOE,
28th Match, 18%
The followlni telegram from tils Excellency the Governor-General to His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor, Ih reply to
a telegram from. Hia Honour, statlna that
it v-as understood that parties tltlini out
for Behring's Sea. vera armlni for the
purpose ol resisting se'isure, 1. published
for general information.
JNO. BOBSON,
*   ... Provincial Seoretary,
TELEGRAM.
Ottawa, Jlth March, im,
TO LllDTSKAUl-OOVIXKOB
i or Barrtsn com. irnu,
Victobia.
Yonr Oovemment should Isshe public
notloe cautioning persons going on Sealing
expeditions to refrain from assertion of
their rights byforoe.and from taklni on
board arms and ammunition In excess of
their usual requirements. The' if hole
matter 1. engaUng ths nttentlon of Her
Majesty's Government and forms the sub-
leet of diplomatic negotiation, now in
progress. Any Intemperate action inth.
meah1 while wonld be most detrimental to
British Columbian Interests and might
lead to aemiu eomplfcattons nnd be
followed by grave oonse«_nenoae to thos.
red'.'
m_m i^^^-WffflWt-i
ing any promissory notes or bills of exchange made payable to the said J. W.
Thompson,
GEO. R. ASnWELL,
Reeelver of tbe Estate of J. W. Thompson,
By his Solicitors,      .
dw|e_ml CORBOCLD* McCOLL
OSEEHClLLOTT'S
dS$ftEfflPENS,
COLDMEDAl-PA -ISJX7X
Annnsi T.ttl«l«*00„viefc«^  :
THOROUGHBRED BULL
DRESSMAKING
(Lath or EtraunB)
Corner of Chnnh nnd Colnmbla Sti-sats,
ny, tnfniiNSTER.
NOTICE.
SITTINGS OP THE COUNTY COURT
of Cariboo will be held:
At Lillooet, on Wednesday, nth May.HSS.
At Clinton, on Wednesday, 13th June.lJSS.
At las-Mil. Honas, on Thursday, Stb
June, 1881.     -
At Soda Creek, on Saturday, Wh Jan.,
18S8.      |      -.11;
At Rlchfleld. oo Friday, lth July, UN.
Byr
Provlnolal Secretery.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
1Mb April, 1888.
B.
[8U0CHB0B ro a. KCLU]  I
Hanufactnret- and Importer ot
BOOTS
t
SxaiO^SS
T ABIES', GENTS'. MISSES' * CHILD-
Ll ren's Boots, show nnd Gaitns mad.
ioorrier and kept on hand.       . ■..,
REPAIRING neatly and-Wmptly executed,
CelnnshUM., wlateasale*sBI«t,
djeoto      .       Nnw WnarmiMTHi, BX.
JUST ARRIVED
Per C.P.R.,
THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORT.
.   .   •  ,Bi> SltlCK'OP ..
English, Frenoh,
and Irish
Ever Shown In N.w Westminster. '
Went ofKugliuid Broadcloths
ud DoeskbH and fancy ,;;
Trousering.
J. S. MANSON,
ColiBkliSt„Opp.lieteiileSL,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
ilapl3to..        ...
li.r_.UttU,
hoimrhttsa)
WVEIWMENTST
VKT8mi.BJl.
o
Will Soon be Here.
SNOBA8 AH-
'   of Planoelll
Plana. Also,
20PIANOSAORBANS20
On the Wny.
*rne matohleis Veeker khta	
the treat Improved and. artistic
am, the best Csnadlan-madl
Ranlsek at Chrtaty PlanM.
ball, and Chicago COTTAf
sold on monthly paymeni
r/5 per month. New Plane
rent applied lf purchased,
"""-^       1.PET1M,
dwiipWte Victoria, RC.
MACHINEEY
ball and Chicago UOTTAOK OL	
'' on monthly payment., from ,10 lo
ir month. New Piano, for rent, and
    Tuning and
HAVING LATELY INCREASED OUR
connection In thf " ""
in any Class of iK
where very ironsiderabty,.
sltlon to give prices on any	
chlncry that may be required, Including!
Marine and Stationary Engines and Boilers, Planers, Matahers and Moulders,
Buss Planers. Wood Lathes, Bud
Saws. Blind Machinery, Gauge
Lathes, Shaping Machines,
Shlmle Machines. Lath
Machines * Bolter.,
Two, Three and Fonr Block Circular Saw
Mills, Band Saw Mills, Portable En-
Ilnes aud Boilers and Hoisting
Engines. Also, John Bertmm
k boos' nnd Th. London      _
iLr
Briok Msohlnm and Oru.h.r. tt
th. Martin or Baird make.
Will Supplies of all descriptions, Inelud-
lni Circular Sawi, Solid or ins
Teeth, Lubricating Oils, Rubber
■ Leather Belting. —*-'-*- — —
stock,/* ,-_ ijT
Bteam Pumps of the Blak., Davidson or
Knowles mak. also on hand. - ■
M'Avltys Patent Boiler Feeders supplied
on short notlee^aa well a. Paints and
Oils. Aim aad Idg. Toole or tb. eele-
brated Brand make, Win Rope, Plumbers and Steam Fitter. Buppllea, ke.
iiwd
,     nnd
which w. earry In
■■' '_ ' '■
mm
tCnssMsHn
VAH00OTIR, B. 0,
LAND iORVEYORS,
and conveyancers: '
Un.—The New York Life Insuranoe Co.
Atrci»l»T.-The Travelers' of Hartford, i
: teak Sarveylnn In all Its branches accuratelyandnorapSly tarried put. • s • _--
4*n&***2M-ut*,m,Mt« vb
ean show a complete list of desirable localities.
Farming lands. Improved and unimproved, throughou; the district. > j,  !1 r ,
Mining and .IherMMkbouih'tAsold.
■ney t* Uan on lirst morlf age at low
rates.  g]  ijg        •, ,,
, TlLinioNi Call No. O.
P.O.DtuwnnW. .,,     . _
WHM.niRB|*UKIM. &.
OrmtkiiwiMtm -* MWWt'Mir
NEW WEBTMINSTEK
- *tojn_TtWnVr* T
-:. i&c>Trx,ox£.
VTOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN, THAI
HI sixty days afterdate we Intend mak-
log application loth.Cbl.fComml»loner
of Lands and Works for permission to
lease for tlm tiering purposes the following
described land, sttnateiiln New Weatminater District, anil tlesorlbed a. follows:
' Commeneing at a post planted on th.
right bank of a creek which empties Into
the Squamish river at Mountain Tom's
Indian Reserve, about seven utles up th.
Squamish river; thence E. IS ebalns,
theuoe S. 20, thenee E. 40, thence 8.40,
thenee E. «, thenee S. 10, Ihenee E. 80,
thenee N. 50, thenoe E. th, thenee N. 40,
thence W. 20, tbenee S.JO, thenceW.40,
thence N. 20, thenee W.20, thence N.20,
—. 20, thenoe N. 20, thenoe W 20,
.__.. _.. 20, then,oe W20, tkenceN.20,
thence W.20, thence N.20, thenee W. 40,
thence .8. 20,thenre W. 20, thence 8.60,
tbenee W. rro, more or less,' to place of
commencement
' BRUNETTE SAW MILL CO. (Ld.)
H. L. DeBeck, Manager.
Now West., May SO, 1888. dmy81ml
XBE UNDE;RBIONaD OFFRB8 FOR
sale his spl.odld Bull, Mills B«t.
ICn carried oirtbe iirlse at the lent Provincial Exhibition, held atChllllwhnik
last, fall. This fine animal l»r |u«t Iw..
-ears old,and Is a monster sue (or bin
.«.. Partieulars and pedigree fnrnlsheil
on application. "Bonnie Boy" Is nffetrd
for sale at a bargain because I have no
room for him.
E. HODGSON.
dwmy28tc Nanalmo, KC.
MAJOR & PEARSON.
Eeal Estate Broken an4
Financial Agents.
AGENTS FOR
CmfMenllM Utt AttsmtlMmtot Toronto,
■T Vtlotble LttU tor mte In the City
and DUtrtot ot Wetttnlneter; and cbolre
Lota tn the City of Vanconver.
Peraono irlablng tn buy or ietl eltyo-
rural property ihould oommnnlcntewtth
OrriOBSt MoKemle HL, Weitmtnitter,
nnd Hutlnie St., vanconver.    dwupi(ii<-
Jersey Bull.
THOS. CUNNINGHAM,
fl AVINO. LATELY IMPORTED A ft
year-old
Thoroughbred
Jersey Boll,
Haa decided to aland htm for the benefit
of thoae v/lablng to Improve their Stoek.
Far terma apply to
H. M. CUNNINGHAM A CO.,
dapUte- Colnmbla Street.
$ss;
ITOTIOEL
NOTICE IS HEBEBT GIVEN THAT
thirty dnys after dat. w. Intend making application to the Chief Commissioner
of lands nnd Works for a lease for Umber
lni purposes of the followlni descrihed
lands, vis:
Cojnmenclnf at th. south-east corner of
the Eastings flaw Hill Co.*. IM on John-
stone's straits; thenoe north N chains,
thenee east 20 obalns, thenee south m
ehatnsl thenee wMUrly abont 20 ehains lo
point of commencement, containing 110
acne, more or lesM.
Also, the following described lands, via.:
Commencing.nt n point abont three-
qiuu-Um of n mil. noAh of HillyIslnnd,
on the west shore, Port Nevlllei thene.
weal M ehains, thence north 20 chains,
thence east » chains, thence north Sf
ohalns, thence east 20 ohalns. thenee
north » chains, thenee Mat about »
chains to salt water, thence following the
■hor. In a southerly direction to poflitof
commencement—containing 110 acres,
monorl.es. -■-
LEAMY* KYLE.
Vanoouver, Hay 22nd, 1888,     dmj26ml
W. E. FALES,
PRACTHJAUIHOIRTAKEII.
latalmlnKftSpcclil'tjr.
Dealer ta W«MI«k »»4 Mttnlla ■■»•
laJOaaluta. F«««rateC»n*i««U-i.
A. MX Una of Coffin Trlmni tup always oa
. band. Parllee at a dlHtajiet aupplfedat
ahnmat notice.   Satlafaetlon fuamn-
treed In avery pnrtlculitr.
dwoclte MUatUAlT. NewWeat'r.
JUST   RECEIVED!
'   '.-'.-"   •*:'' :•.-. '       '-*■'- ii*4
A CARLOAD OF
Farm, Lumber,  Democrat
• and Express
WAGONS
JOHNS. COX,
.IMMmi Wl .UU. II
Fane; J| Poultry
I. Coels te Mete I. Keep «Md Pawl.
Ann I. *ms I. Keep rnr Pawls,
Hy Breeding Pens are equal to any ln
the United Statas or Canada.
I propose to furnish Eggs from Premium
and First-class Fowls, my design being to
establish a reputation that •lir laat.
Cub must accompany all order*. Address, with stamp,
JOHN 8. COX,
New Westminster.
NOTIOE.
MB. T. R. PEARSON
(Of the Firm of Messrs. Hajordr Pearson)
riEASES PROM THIS DATE TO ACT
\j ea Agent for the North British A Her.
until. Insuranoe Company nnd Goanllan
Assurance Company.
MR. J. O. JAQUES
Has been appointed A.ent from this Jut.-
for th. North British and Mercantile Insurance Company In New Westminster i
nnd District.
Messrs. Ogle, Campbell £ Co.
Hav. been appointed Agents from till.
dat. Mr th. Guardian Assurance Company ln New Westminster and District.
TCBNEB.BB_.TON 410.,
. iuAintslnaO.forN.atH.
Ins. Co. k Guardian As. Co. ol London.'
Victoria, & C, Hay 21,1888.     dmyrHral
Ji'..
Of th. V«ry Beet Quality.
Ws hnve alao on hand slot of
FOR SALE.
House V Lot
COMCEB BIiAOKWOO» AND CAR-
.-.. »*»v<«k ipratinys,,'
|On«l
W**4ckw.willHUChMp.;
RepairiR-SsPaintine -ft Trimming
;    AtXwaohsble Kates. <
| Mkekndtfeiag ol svery description done satisfactorily and with prompt-
dwJ.UK
RIID * OURRII.
OF THREE HUNDRED AMD TWEN.
H  '.TV ACRES.   '
House, Barn; 40 sores fenced and undtn*
cultivation.
pr TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY
'ri fi'liL
lOOscres good rnlttt)     	
clearsd.  Oood Ban and titter Im
part down; Balance on tlsa..
i r linn ■• '-.'j.k;
■•nei, Cc
•OALL ON OR
« _„
'■MMmVLrwmtm
THE NEW Vyf»WllNiTM
lacfiiflery Depot
OTKOXi
MNKOFIsCMIILDim,
: N»w Wsstminster, B. a
Hills, Woollen Mills, Quarts Mills, ke.
■win. wm n IpscUMy.
AORIOULPURAL   HACHINEBT hy
iMdlag Canadian and Am.Hwnsanners.
■numamber, ws an pmotlenl man
aud.nngtv.yons.ll.bl.  -
F. a STRICKLAND ft CO.
dwmywc     xt* Wnsinimf, B. C
M.A.McRAE,
Merchant Tailor,
WISHES TO INFORM  THE PEOPLE
OF NEW WSSTMINSTER Til AT FIE
IB  PREPARED   TO EXECUTE      .
AM. ORDERS FOR
TAILORING!
.       A FULL LINE OF
English, ftwfb and Irish -
Tweeds-ud Taney
.      Trovserings. -
•OOUU^R'TOLO «TANO
ColOHSu St.,   •  N»w WssmiNima.
ASSOCIATION.
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Heap Office, Toronto, Canada
A homeIompany.
'   I*   ■    ;.t .,f
Thit. Association merits the
confidence the Public if repot-
ing lit It (rom the following
FACTS*—
Th. Beeun./ o(.nd to policy holden Is
unaurpaaaed hy any Company doing bn.l-
hU°hasaosebenieeof Ineumne., bntth.
w.ll-esUbllshed line., fc.no. th. poller,
holder.cannot, ssntsi nslothefreMi-
lls euumnu lo tn. ynMLenn W
Ily uudmtood, tu eta*".lattmnVt
Jumryltssa or neons, nnr
*}"#
1
It, fMreM bw toM nnsissspled In
UktmmtmkMSktj^mmsieat*^
fl
T. R. PEARSON
&tt_St*ii
_______kl_____m_
S*mt*mtaWir^twaMt_*jMmme7*7. 1
at
The Frivolous OW.
tOWa ITWMUKaW- *■■«._,■■«- -.-.rHersU10»lW«l»rTSSttt*.-r-ri^,,--V/'»rW>»8 W«
1 A. she goes down tho stair; J
And laaiUhe placo Ultra's ne'er abet
■ One.fla.f,-o_e-_alfloJsttf      -,
Dut, .hi I saw her jefterilay,  '
And no one knew 'twsSSS.,
Tk* Way In Which They Preserve the
,s _ NnSnraI«.auty.tTb.lrFMt
wre, I found, ot betrothing the girls ta .
syOut^nwlbefor. th. latt.tl.aTe this .
ra.  Ae very few of them aro able to
Thsy.ig*»Aatr«ng»;%ayin this llttl*
Pine.,
tho
town. Ae very
.Ithsr nnl or write, long years pass by
without a, word from th. lover or "sposn"
reaching th* patient girl at home. It is
not a ran thing to meet here yonng
couples who were engaged for ten, twelvo
or even fifteen years before fortune was
suflolsntly favorable to Allow them tt
i onnnot sotm get rich on thirty eent»-
,' • d»y, and that Is the wages of a man ln
j Capri. This Is, perhaps, the reason why
j so many men leave the island, leaving th.
| women at horns to take care of the vineyards and olive groves.
,/ It ta a very picturesque seeas, these
» women with thslr gay costumes, rich
"complexions, bright, flashing eyes, at
/.work |n the fluid., or leading thelrflecks
of goat* tap the mountain side to pasture.
Tlieir (est are always bare, and become
so hard that It is simply wonderful what
they can endure.  They will walk overth.
roads hovered with sharp, flinty stones,
climb the rugged mountain aides, asd be
quit, as comfortable as ft walking on ths
softest carpet. In fact, (or hardness,
their fxt resemble those of the Western
girl, who, when told that there wasa red-
hot coal under hsr (hot, drawled out,
I' without moving an inch, "Which foot is
lt under, mammy I"       ,:v
Vst the (eet ot these women sre by no
means misshapen, but, on the contrary,
are perfect models for an artist.—Woman.
r ' .■ . ■
AN INGENIOUS WEDDING.
Married ln Spit, of Th.aas.lv...
{     Some years ago, when free-love notions
j (were running around loose in New Bhg-
,' land, a Boston tnin and woman who had
Imbibed of those doctrines until they af-
J fectetl to despise all the common conven-
1 tionalitiesof life came to the conclusion
that they would jive together without
going through the ceremony of marriage-
Thcy had both moved in good Society'And
mad. no secret of their intention. In fact,
,-hey announced it to every one thoy mot.
.     staid  old  Boston's  aristocracy was
| .shaken to the depth.,   i
The man was prevailed upon to givo a,
tinner party, to which were invited prom-
iinont society people, including the Governor of tlie State.    Wheadessertwnsir.it
nipou tho table the talk became general,
and soon turned upon theperversecoupic.
1   The man and woman answered every
I 'luestlon put ta them with the most per-
I \ect equanimity. Finally the Governor
I rook a handln the conversation.  After
I ;iaking a few questions, and commenting
[ r mi the answers thereto, ln a calm, Judicial
nanner, he turned to the man and asked:
"Do yon, Mr. —, Intend to love auil
heriah this woman as your wife, for good
I ir evil, for better or worsef"
If "Yes, sir," answered the man calmly.
I v "And do yon, tnrvlame, Intend to obey.
. .his man as your husband, for better or '
■jvorse, for good or evil V
"I do, sir," answered the woman po-      	
Italy, v v ...--•»- ~j.s,-~.,.J.., ••*'■' • each dipping, U order togetriAotanptw-
"Then by the power Tested in rasas • floul sulphur, Whwith* sulphur ta dry
»-Joveroor of this Commonwealth, I de-
I Man you to be man and wife." .....~~-
I * And thus the plans of the couple wen
I rustrated, for which they afterward de-
T 'and they were heartily thankful. They
\ tre now old and respected residents of
.'hicago.—Chicago Tribune. yt
THE STRAMOER9 OV 1131.
1 trrlvall
•r
On the afternoon of April 83,1838, two
J ide-wheel steamships steamed Up Net*
I K'ork harbor, aid anchored is the East
They wet* the Sirius, 700 tons,
->lif tkondsfttk. question ot erossloi
rte ocean by steam had long bean aglta-
(.d,and th* popular belief was that it
ruld not he<mJas**o*f{dy|B_oom would
.hsIltwiirM
i wsre earning up ._
to tk. Battery to
■*■" 'fpiKaWn-"
l-X*Urabetwemth*fwoeliil.__l_thtl;
[ i*an had*wn etassid osMriy aa 1811 _~
f.ar's Hooti, HewTork, Aug.», 11
be was bnUt to ply bMmen K«w York
SdSavannahasasallingpackat. Shewi
tarchased by Savannah merchants
■ :__ _^r
lid
raft
. Artiun a littlo Bielc chili, lootted tap iu4a-iritM.
' AliJshtrMt on my lady's like. ' '*'■   .
Iter fan it flirts »nd flatten, *''*v,.
Iter eyea grow bright, grow dim;
And all around no man Is found /
Bat thinks she thinks of bim. I
Bnt, oh! to her, tbo best of sll,   >
Though they be great snd grsod,
Are len than the sick, who., smile, com* Wick,
At the touch of my lady*, hud,,.,
'Biriltttii shoe bf ratio
Peeps urnlemcntli her Bkirt;
And sfoot bo .moll ought never at th
TO irioVe In inlro and dlrti"    s'_':' •
'-But, oltl she goes smou'g the pocr|'
And heavy hearts rejoice,
A s |be; ean tell, who know hn well
To hear my lady's voice,   .
Her glove is soft'as festhsrs
.Uponthonestllngdove, . > j,   ..... .   s
its touch en light, I bar. ao right,   '
To llilnk, to dream otlm.
But, oh 1 when clad In simplest gsrb,
. Bhe goes wli.ro none may see,..   -
. I wateh and pray tbat some happy day,   .
Hy lady may pity me.
—Pack,.
A miXION RftlCIH A DAT.
Bow th. Trade of New .Turk Ie Supplied
'.i   wltTa Llghta-A Description Of th.
Process.   , r-.  '•
"Our factory turns out Sw millions of
matches every working day," said a hading New York manufacturer. "The wood
used in the manufacture of matches la the
best pine plank, as free from knots as possible. Each plank Is cut Into twenty-.
eight or thirty blocks, each measuring 11
inches iu length, *H inches ln width and
3 Inches thick. These blocks are eut np
into splints try n machine of simple but ingenious construction. The outtlng la
dono'so rapidly that about (8 planks, eaoh
13 feet long, 11 inches wide and 3 inches
thick, can be cut up Into splints during
the course of a day.
' "As the splints fall oft the end of the
-6lock"1-y toe action of the horltontal
knijc they iinss down a shuts Immediately
nnilcr tho Mock Into a room below, where
tlioy nre timl up jn bundles, each containing [hnlf a gt-oes. For thto phipose a
measure Is formed consisting of a section
of hollow cylinder of tho capacity ot half
a gross of splints.
"Tlie. workman begins by throwing a
piece o( string across the measure, then
taking up a number ot splints from the
contused heap, he ranges them In parallel
order by a dexterous system, of tossing
and bunting, having filled his measure he
catches the two ends of tb* string, ties up
tho bundle, throws lt aside aad then proceeds to mak. another, tht work being
done wltli the rapidity and precision
which practice alone can give.
"These bundles are then piled on rack*
Its a hot room and left for som. hour, until ths moistut* Is sxpelled. The matches
sre now-ready tor sulphuring.
'"The sulphur is melted and ike two
ends of the. bundles are successively
dipped, the bundle being shaken afttr
*'r*econd atring li U*d arennd'r.eaeh
bundle, so that when divided, each
bundle may make two bundle* of single
matches.
"Some of the matches, however, are
not divided until after having been tipped
with the phosphorus composition. Bach
manufacturer hns a recipe ot hia own (or
phosphorus composition and consequent-
k. ..i.~„.„, ...no. ,0.0 .  Tta.neaconrMsamrvtaur.
The corner gtooeryco*T«nUoo get talk-
lug of old times the other day. and one of
Iho delegates reported hot* old Deacon
IdfeiKleWan w        to
whip is if left in the carriage, so hs
bronght his into church with aim aad deposited it under thai
by b_coming*nn*4iAte a
Tlie .shorter hoifl*3 and  th.
vjl. f mtmir-
-'*:<■>)-i fl^F-z.r--.'
*r .-ftA-ft r.*t«r-.*»-•-'
There waa a yell which drowned for a
moment the voice of the preacher, and
those two dogs went through the door aad
rnthcroad,nd.arrrwal<mtm*to
behind
ISS.-PI
irft Savannah on thsSMh of iUyaa*
Liverpool in eighteen days.
k "John,»sald HnOoAlnato hsr son,
I/I have been told thstyon are goto'to sw
I Ut Von Holt girl right rsg'lar."     .
I "Wsll,-m»i*tt*sr,llMiw.»
|, "Yoa alotgoneand got engaged to ber,
»v»yoOT*-"
can't ob-
oldest |
"That WouldB. Hie.I"
"How would you feel,my dsar.lt ywi
otlysi iJft^itianachflil.with whom ah.
.   » _„____._.      .„__ .  ,wU*ffllhgMongalonrtyconntryr*sll
htBtmt*t*tmisHtit*Wtmt4lt***** I      "OKiakdmdFISIMaa.MJrlghUnedl"
Koeel. *T11l»MlW*«l«y.*,:.,*j
rd'
prol
'Would you, granniei"' cried .tha child,
dapping her hands with delight. ."That
waultlbaatoel -Whil* tha, wiaU wwjtit-
ing you I should have time to run far
ont hsr
....        ie that.
frhat I object to Is these weak constitu-
onal, poor health gals that ala'tfltto
I -ke chargo of a hotuehold." __,
"But 1'ftsur.llieisnot open to
atlclaiflf.fl ■ . ,,■*    :  ,
"Well; iBey-fto irftit. "But flitaH1
iotor talking about her blue blood, and
Ij* struck m« tha, ah* was utaNstHtky.
I Inybody with bin* blood la 'am natur-
B'1r'M»M **, nnlamltcanmoBt la iMfiT"*
P*^a*.TraTflsr.
UK?'——mmu'twr^ke-Va**,-    ""
i\\m
ono side, the other remaining passive
AdlasgiMabl. laugh or emll.jji40.lj
th. line* ot beauty, and 1* mom repulsive
than afWwh.-New York Lsdasr. '■>
ys£mm&«&*
want
J Wiil as any maa Mv*_,s.
^oughapacaand I'lliaak*y*nrr**dn»
,*el1 nk»Inching awry maa oa tk.ap-
iWtloiitiolMtllt  .-.r.f T.U !l ir> Ill
, "Glorious I Had much txpnitmo* la
amallsm __•!—, T'l"' "".XT
("Wall. norBWfwli fltMeUr '-rrieral of
'•rtUIng In a rwnt baking powder
'.wam*tfM^%M
pmsifi
lieof female narfi ,._   ... „.. _ ^.
ngemeut, aud wklek has th. forehead
■It* lew, with thihalr divided evenly
■er the center and falling away each side
"___*___^_______l
scape. It embellishes an Inferior faos*
rcdesmi snugly one.
h.^.^iX^1^
"I t»uW gtt*>t themtwnfor hours,
r^lWWkM,
aweetnsaaand pnsr
of It.*!
ItUt1
the man In ill" ,imr ■■ -: .,.,:.   ■ '
"Yesi''*h«eassiited»oftly.     wl 1.. !
ting ready; to tak* her band.
"Because, Mr. Sampson," she1 said,
shyly veiling her eyes with their long
lMllH.'. '"^vSMW jkf. *,«»,om miles
.Vhsirch«'Srtg*fe(«l(^sl Mil
»Ho» I'ltrrt)*; bsw-igUaWes .od 1
awt
»Wht«
graceful rlancer!"
iniau.
what'1
agra	
To whlfli oneot Mil*. OlothIM*'*
dtaiett lidvfrleWi'MplI**:," '. .3,   :
"ijultetrue. But what a pity that Iter
education wai interrupted just as ah.
wu coiauwuoliig to Iwru how to mad !'•
earn
Indicate* a natural and healthy condition ot th* scalp, and of th* glands
through which nourishment ia obtained.
When, in consequence of age and dis-
gray, Ayer's Hair Vigor will str.ngth.tt
lt, restore ita original color, promote Its
on Mclnnea Street; contains about
2*4 ordinary oity lots. Barn and Stable
on premises' with accommodation for IS
horses, harness room, Ac; good well of
ease, the -hair.becomes weak, thin, and: -rater; garden, planted with fruit treee.
n». Anv*. Hair Vl«v» -111 JrilKraS? ™4.» « application to __„^
rapid aad vigorous growth, and impart
to It the lustre and freshness of youth.
I have used Aysr's Hair Vigor for a
long tune, and am convinced of -Its
value. Wb.a I was IT years of age my
hair began to turn gray. I commenced
using the Vigor, and was surprised at
th* good effects lt produced. It not
only restored the color to my hair, but
so stimulated lu growth, that I hav.
now more hair than ever before.—
J. ~. Edwards, Coldwater, Miss.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
Bold hy sli Druggists and Parfasserr*.
I» too AU stmanto from debility
and loss ot appetite; it your stomach la
out'of order, or yonr mind confused;
take Ayer's SarsapariUa. Thia medicine
will restore physical force and elasticity
to the system, more surely and speedily
than any tonic yet discovered.
For six months I suffered tram liver
and stomach troubles. My food did not
nourish me, and I became weak and
very much emaciated. I took six bottle*
of Ayer's SarsapariUa, and was cured.
-J. it. Palmer, Springileld, Mass. ft
Ayer's SarsapariUa,
Pmered by Dr. 1.0. Av.rkCo.,I«w.lll*isss.
Sold by Dnimlau.  Ptic Iti sis bottle., It.
AMONG THK NEW
Stock that we have
just reoeived, you wUI Add
Ladles' Fr. Kid' Congress,
E width; Oil Goat Button
Boots, high cut; and we
have a French Kid Button
Boot torn.
Men's, Women's, Misses'
snd Children's Boots, Shoe,
and Slippers always in
stock.
We havo just received,
new lot of Wigwam Slip
'pen.
Call and an onr Stook.
GRANT &MACLURE
COLUMBIA STREET,
Westminster,'■.<-.
dwmyiete
SLIPPERS
-CTQ-XXQS.
OTIOB IS HEREBY OIVEN .THAT
w. Intend to apply to the Honorabl,
 Jbief Commissioner of Land, and
Works for a Leas, of the following described land, in New Wee
nan
isr
Wor
SOrlbwB rrua. ,u ...
trlct, for UmMHag fur
cine at a new tflbuf o—	
outfit ol lake emptying Into dull of Georgia, about two miles north of Grief Point;
thenee twenty chains south; thenoe eaaf
90 chains, thence south 90 ohalns, thence
east 90 chains, thence wuth M chains,
thenee east 40 chalna, thene. north tt
chains, thene. east io chains, "
north to ohalns, thei
toi
ae.
  Hns.
, tb.no. Smith 90 ebalns
_ chains,
thence north 90 chains, thenee west 90
chains, tb.no. *jonth It ehatn^ thene.
thMoe weet H*
lD.no. awsui w nstsij
   Chains, thane, south 90
chains, mora or less, to lake; thence following th. sinuosities of th. lake to place
of commencement..
. ■ LAIDLAW k Ca
Nnr WMtanlnster, Mb April, UN.
jfTQf__\G—tL
OTICE IS BiMOT GIVEN THAT
watatandlo apply t.
o atply to th. Hoaorabl.
 UMonar ot Luds and
i law m ietollowtngTe-
«'b.rtng purpoHwr-OMnraea-
aVhattmUe.fnuaout>-
the ChM
Work, for
serlbCd '
 of l.kr.mptyrngintoOuirVf*aeorgla
about two milee north of Grief Point. Iia
•mul bay oa in, I shore of Ih. lake;
thenee noth N chains, th.no west;It.
*m skK-toL'sttv er.?.
~   ' theme mm a chains, ihenee
'rtM^tJora J'lMJflS'*'
lln." runnfni in a north-westerly d'l-ro-
tlon and along that lln. one hundred ahd
twenty ehains; thene. north 40 chains,
thence weet 90 chains, thene. north 90
chains,' taonsr at ■ ehains. th.no
aonla'ap^cbAlnj, thuojwi l«i obalns,
New Westrala.Ur, lstMen *** 11
dayttml
* y'-yoTiCBi
vroncK n hbbebt iorvwTHAT
ll- we Intend tn apply lo the Honorable
ihe Chief Commissioner of Mad. and
Works for a Lease of the followlni described land. In New Wcttnlaater n.
tst.l, Ssr Hmhatrin*. nurposesr-Commen-
clni at a post on the south .hore, about
 '-■  -   - -    ■--- -1 lako
two
Ti:mjBtt|ua
mtfee north of Grief Point and
mueswest mm hrarl of east fork a,
chains eat* of emu running Ink  .
thoae. Muth tt ohaln., thenoe east 90
ebalns, theno south 90 ehains, thence
wot 90 ehains^ ihenc, south 40 chalnC
thenee ea.t_9|0B*lnk. tbenee wuth *
ebaln.. tnetlrv tut **. rhalo*. rtieni-e
.north 40 ohalns, theno ea.t 96 chain**,
lheno north 1, ehalh., th«ee MSt Jj
chain., th.no. north 91 chalna, thenoe
ehat tt ehaloj, IHmm north 20 chains.
north tt ch.iM. mar. ot Im., to lake;
tkeaolbll-mlai tb. el.ooltM. of tb.
Ink. to point of eommmom.nl. > >:.
'. ;, i..l ■ LAIDLAW A'fJa
NawWeetmlnsUr, Sth May, Ws.
-aeegg^
NOTICE TOTAX-fAraS.
Asttwsment Art t ProrindtU
'..taWtMwaVlr..,'
ERRBY GIVEN. In *c-
..._   rllh   th. Statute., that
r.  Revenue Tax and all Taxes
.    ..J unaer Iks Awosmeol Act aro now
-«ae tor th. year ISM.  All of Ih.abov.
oMftr-mestmift
mX»r«*d'lMa.".i, eollHtlbl. at Ih,
following rate.,»l».
Fmrrrulal Mruff WBper r.plta.
One-khIr-4t ena.yak tssyk on RmI Pro-
Savm and o-M-hSW'tuts perunoa
.^^%*h.t*imtt,ant.--on.l
On.-h.lf of on. p« ont. on Income.
aad *ae4wK coat, per acre on
«*•*•< injaiiw
  ea. pw oat *_ _
Tkn/taenae et or. po oat. o. In-
''"B^''.■'■1''AASa^C-M.r.
Nn WsstiainsUr, May Uth, IM,
FOR SALE.
TOTll, BLOCK XXXVI, 119 PKET ON
JL Ellloe Street, _160r feet deep and IB
dmyltnc
W. J. FRENCH.
Str. '*ciady8,"
UNTIL PVRTHER NOTIOE, WILL
leave for Cbllliwhack and way place.
on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS, at 7 a. m., returning an the following day.. For all further Information
apply on board, or to
W. B. TOWNSEND,
dniyOlo On tbe Wharf.
Administrator's Notice.
In re the Estate of Jolm Sinclair, de-
celled intcitate.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THB
above EstAtemuRt pay the amount*
or tbeir indebted nets to thn umtenlicned
forthwith and all persons having claims
againat the above Estate must send them
In, duly verified, not later than noon on
Saturday the 2flrd day of June proximo. .
W. H. FALDINO,
dmv23td Administrator.
SIGHTt.JUNONESS
USB ONLY
N. STANLEY'S
CELEBRATED
English Spectacles!
AND  KYE-GLASSES.
Recommended  by Loading Oculists In
America. *'
B. XJTCJLX. As CO.,
dmyltotc        Agents, NewWestmlnster.
POUT HAMMOND
NURjSERY
Fruit Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits,
And GARDEN STOCK on band In great
variety.
Everything first-elans and famished In
good thape.
M.Send 15 els. lor valuable 80-pape De*
scmttlve Catalogue with il beautiful colored plated.  Price Lists sent free.
O. W_ HENRV,
dw-del6t* Port Hammond, B, C
;   PARK RESERVE.
VTOTIOE IB HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
Vi the parcel of land deeerlbed below
nu been reaerved snd set aput forthe re*
creation and enjoyment of the public, as
Srovlded by -section 8 of -'An Aet to amend
he 'Land Aet, IBM,"' Chap. 18 of 1888,
VU.I—
All that portion of that certain traetof
Una nnd premises known on tbe official
Sinn or map of the suburban lands of tbe
lty of New Westminster as the paik reserve, contained within tbe following described boundaries, tbat Is to sny, commencing at the oorner of the Park Reserve at the IntenMttfon of Park Lane
wltb the first unnamed street running
north-easterly and south-westerly, lying
to the westwmrd of Melbourne Street:
tbenee along the westerly boundary of
Park Reserve ln a north-easterly direction m distance of seventeen (17)chains:
thenoe In a south-easterly direction, at
right angles to the westerly boundary of
aud reserve, to tbe easterly boundary
there-of; thence In a south-westerly direction, along said boundary, to the boundary of Leopold Place; thenoe following
the , lines dividing Mid Park Reserve
from Leopold Place, Boyal Avenue and
Park Lane, to place of commencement;
eonUlmng 87 aores, mora or less,
W. 8. GORE,
Surveyor-General.
JeJml
Lauds A Works Department,
^letorla. a C.Stb May;-88.
■■ANY MAN—
Who,I. troth, Utma*. D.»llltat««,
wttoio. his r.tlT and lissniH. bas
TrlfM .wa; bl.Vlf.r.,TBMr, m.*
•ud ■ulMMlrfiaa.ms'nbauritliit: liralna
upon tin* »«t*u>t«liis of Lift.  H..4-
* fit.tr, nta-.il.. upon ih. »«e. anil
all Ibr hitkott Uaillnf to Bart*. D...
mrHpecftfl No. » al»a*.it vet'are. It
mparta Y«thf»l Vlmr, restores the
irtlal I*awer In old and younv, atrangtb-
vlgni „     __  __
ITarves, builds up themuHcuiar'system
  —Into HPtlon the whole physl-
.v   it-Aht) human tmmc. With
our Hpeolfle No, ft the. most onsltnata1
end amuses 1
case ean be cured In tbi
r-teeol ones ln lens than
brpe months, and
-90 days,  Kaeh
paokage contains two weeks ira-aW-nt,
Frieerl Cure*auarauteed. OurK
Na ft Is an Infallible <nr.Mra
▼at* Di«a»s. no matter or hav
slaadlnr SolA under our written
MMMtoeflfeotacwr*. frtee IS.
„ Cure*ouArauteed. Our Hpeclfln
Ml* an Inulllble rare fer all Prt-
sPI-a^aMi*^noroMt-nr b?JhawU«-f
    „.. Toronto Medicine Ca,Toronto, Out
That dread terror, a disease so long
bafllngsnlsnoe and tbe most skilled
physlclttns, who know of nothing to
arrest,nothing to alleviate, nothing to
cure, now It Is no loiiner an Incor-
-able malady even when given up by
*—■-■— ■*---••■         feund In
' soothes
flamed
cf'thli
night
   „    ... chest
wbleb accompany it  Price ft
Mttus maiauyevcn wnen givcu i
tb. m.mbrane of M. l.nn«i, lirll..
to* mttoaee) hr lb« ravasas ct
ItlrdlssM., anil pnr.opu tbe n
svaatssnd tlgbtntiss aifrass thee
—Ish aosomi«B7 it. Pita, ts,
OURIS OUARANTEID.
ito Mtidloine Co., -Horotlto, Ont.
Toron
FR IMflUri PBKPAEAIIOKS.!
Remember we mauufaetun and an the
■ole proprietors of the following special-
" - --ul        ■*—■•—- ■■- **-■•	
icase Invited.   NO
_ except tor
-_. secure from
  Toronto Medicine Oa, To-
ronto.ont
HAIR  OOLORINQ.
onr magnlflcent preparations are war-
—, -—-Bdtiy harmle*.:
 _., .ng colors—the    .—	
tlJfi«i— -   „„ ,
medicine*.   All goods
Observation,  ~
ranted perfectly hHrmlesa," We prepare
"-- ftilfo——  —*~ "■- ■*---     -J-
the
uowln,
■olors—the finer shades
Brown, Medium Brown, Chestnut. Light
Chestnut, (told Blonde, Ash or Blonde
Cendree. Send sample of hair when or-
ttinVc^moW*'™'™"*''
. TOILIT REQUISITES.
In otderln, plea.o apiwlrr which yo.
rMBlk.ltr.faaiaiiu.lhSm tnflremtlre
satlsfaetlon. No, 8 Imparls to tb. skin
th. color ami freshness ot maidenhood,
hsmtlMS ud oanhot b. dsMetwi, 1125.
Ho. , nmoms wrlnWas, fi No. 10 __
-&&■ JlLWJ'l"!!?^J'**i..'*o. II Bitnovn
With 'WHHnltl, tl.K Tl*. II rcMOTM
Fmrtl... ,kr-r>.   No. 18 nmove. Pimples,
IfiMhlUaMRffifcj!
mwks.n. No.ITrcmo.es nBdt.Hr.pl-
ratloa,,j.U_.No.l8,an absolute anfailltif
•awiar tor th. meDilon. O.n.l.rpm.nr or
rktonttnn of th. Hair, «,», Pronto
-If«llelB. Co., Toronto, Ont   ;
.        THI BUST.
Nulla. .mblntHl Interrsal and estar-
     -• *- ■tpMaiM*. 4*aT*>l<  **
— _..J«nl_whlc».spMili|»> 4*ts1o|K
or restores th»f«tfiais bast to Ih.pnixir
lion, m Tolnptaoos natm..  is mtlrslr
dwaph**!
Dress-Makingl
Misses mSoUGALL
COLUMBIA   STRUKT,
New Wettmintter, B. C.
•at- Satisfaction fbannlMd.
City Laundry
joe an.
TTAVINO LEABED AMD PWTBD TJP
XX a Shoo on Baltas Urtmt, nearly op*
ponte Mr. Wise's Stable. Is now prepared
to undertake the work of a
General Laundry.
Competent men employed, aad work
guaranteed. Having engaged a Wagon
For delivery, olothes will bt delivered
promptly ln any part of the eity. Flrst-
class references given If required. A trial
order solicited. Prices will be found as
low as ln any flrst-class establishment
Families taken at speolal rates,
MTOrders may be left at Mr. Ileklnson'a
Butcher Shop, Columbia St        dJaSte
INDEPENDENT
ITMIWT, MM OMWllIM UUMM.
OWNEKS or FAKUS OR CUT IiOTI
to sell will ban thslr Internets, as
well as buyers, carefully ifiardad in atl
transaction., and no extras put oa flrst
prices.
Always hav. good bargains In Vaneou-
Ter Iiote,
Correspondence solicited.
WH. CLARE BELL,
CAKB1B ST., P. 0. Box W,
dapisto Tjusrooxrvmrnt.
Dominion Lands.
Ti" YOU ARE PAYING FOB YOUR
I Pre-emption or for rant of Mining or
Orating Land, or buying Farm, Mining
or any land from the Dominion Oovemment,
DO NOT PAY GASH
But pay ln _
Urge dlseounl
Scrip can be obtained ln large or small
quantities from
AUOWAY k CHAMPION,
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
ot no*
THI SAUK or BKITISICMIISIU,
.     NEW WISTIIINBTEa
dwmhHo .
To Sao Uo, I&l.
IT WAT OF TBI
AND CONNECTIONS. .
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
Quicker 1> Tla» tku kVtj «tber
Koate between
In fgtgjutg ui Su fnuiioti
Drill U«l|« SttU tt Ai riclll
'    CNit.      «"
WUMAN   BUfFiT ILIIPtM
TOURIST SLKRPIKQ CABS
For Accommodation of Becond-Class Pas-
sen|en,attaobed to Expres. Trains.
Ksre from Portland lo aacramnto and
tat Pnut.le.ot UnllmlUd, *SSi Plrsl
Class (Llmltwt), $SS| Seeond CIhs (U-
mlled), IIS.
R. KOEHLER, Mana«r.
E. P, ROGERS,
d]s9U    G«n. mifhl * Pass. A|«nt.
W.R. AUSTIN,
UlAURIN
liuril Merchudise!
nmr snnMim, i.c.
Hay and Feed
WOOD & OOAL
(THE BEST QUALITY).
Dry CoodH, Boots A Shoes,
Provisions A Sr*eerle«.
FARMERS' "HARDWARE,
asr As we im no whisky or tobacco we
oan, by temperate babltaand careful economy, serve the public at especially low
rates. dtrJal'Jte
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMPT
I Old Bloat) Sf. and 1* Pau Hall,
LONDON.
iNSTi-Jfnmi) n?08.
r« IN8DEING HOUSES b OTHKR
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Msrahau-
dlae, Manufactnrini ud Rarming Stork,
Skip, la Port, Ifarbor or DtMk, and tk.
CM|OMofsuoliV«Hbislso,8hlMl>ulld-
Ina aad r«palring, Barf., and .tier V...
sab on nardgsM. tlv«s aad ouals, sod
Goods on ln-ard such Vssstls, tirouglinul
Chit Britain ud Ireland and ll Knlgi
Otautrlw,
rus mm ts ust« si nil.
BihHfiud and IiTastsd Oapital,
■fil.600.000 8TG.
RUsssf WJhlw «sd..sr,lafonn.
Hon aa be obtaltMd ea appUoritio. to
m.i. AIMBTMHS,
ift|irKf»Wiillilii.i,
LOOK      HERE
mHE UNDERSIGNED KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE AND
I   complete assortment of
Whioh will be sold st the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES FOR CASH.   (WA lar,
consignment to arrive shortly, tt Always in stock—Leather, Shoe
lljl, «C, of all kinds.	
JAMBS   ItOVSa-flAI
dwjelyl No. 81, Comtkbia
CASTORIA
-far Infants and Children.
••Osstsstetssowdtadss^laddldnithat I Oa.sssl.cuns OoUo. __*____
IrMOmmudltuKpectortourprMcnpuoa I *"* %^'____* ST*!S2*» 4
U)ls.*M>llt,BnoUm,X.t.   I —tMtxakbmnamisillnlli.
Tas CmTAtin OosMxti 77 Murray Street, V. Y.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
LAND & MESTMENT ABENCY, Ld.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S. MASON,
CUYLER A. HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, ■ 56 Hew Broad St. ■ LONDON, ENGUND.
The Business of ALLSOP * MASON hss been merged in the above Company
snd will bo carried oo by the Company from this data as a general Lind Investment
and Insurance Agemy. ,
MONEY TO LOAN oa Mortgage at Low Rates. Town Lots ud Farming
Lands lor Sal. on nay terms.
Victoria, E C May Uth, 1HI. dwje«<*
TURNER, BEETON & CO
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STRKET • T1CT0KIA.
■A-O-BNTB   VOB
North BrHlsb and Mercantile
iMiranee Co. ror Mainland.
H.C. BEETON*.CO.,
■ M Finahury Cimua,
London, E. C.
OOME AND SEE!
iii    W. H. HOLOIN.
SIAVIHO  TAKEN   P0«8lf881UN OF
tl tl. "Temperance House,"(matins
on Colnmbtaand Chureh Stmts,opposite
th. Rplsoopnl Cbunrh, and now known
"FARMERS'HOME!
Will tweommodnU th. tramin, public
at tbe followlni rateei
Bowdper-tay,,-,...   ,**) n
«la,le Heale. „.™.....™.......    »
aid........—      »
■SLGood arrommodatton for LmUm and
mmilln.      ,   . rnyMo
Flowers for sale
Ibok Wo Lidc loo; Kiroaf Biag,
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
Chinese Labor Contracted.
Clearing Land and Cutting
Cordwood.
FOOK  WO t, CO.,
COLUMBIA STREET,
Near Cleveland Hotel, .
New \Vesllnlinlir.     ilfelSmS
Mainland Transfer
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed $ Sale Stables
THE gUBHCRIBBM ARE NOW PREPARED TO TORN OUT
DOUBLE AND SHMLE RMS
At Special Low Hates.
Sttjiaj ui ill Sail if Turning
Don. at Shortest Notice.
■ttC.i<1wm< dallnnd lo any part of
Uw Clly.
Olrd.n by Telephone will im.It. prompt
attention.
■rotables nearly oppoalte C, P. IL Depot, Columbia SU, NewWcstmtnstnr.
■Units     QILLIY BROS. Punk
8
NO'nOE.
OTICE IS UEBEBY GIVEN TBAT
. ve intent! mtklncapplleatloo to the
_ .ief OowmlHloner of Linas nn Workf
for permlfilon to lease tor timbering pnr*
pates the following described land,situated In New Westminster District, and
desorlbed as follows:
Commencing at a point on the east bank
(and about one mile from Its mouth) ot
Uie stream flowing Info the head of Pitt
Lake; thenoe east 00 chains, thence north
six miles, thenoe west IM ohalns, thence
south six miles, thenoe east 60 ehains, to
point of commencement.
BRUNETTE SAW MITX CO; (Ld.)
■ H. L. DiBbck, Manager.
New West, May 17, WW.       ,  dmjnml
K8TABL18HKD 1H59.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
■ . *.*        i I a  .  '\
Surly *WMltt Ike Oointal ■«•!.
NEW WKBTMIM8TBK
mHB LARGEST AHD  CHOICEST
JL   tusoctmnt sl all dsscriftlosa of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly oo hand, and suppll«i to Fam-
illss, Bsstnnnts, snd Stssmbosts M tk*
L0WX8T POSSIBLE PRICIS.
CHINA & JAPAN
Fancy Goods
w
B HAVE JUST REOEIVED a laifa
consignment nf all kinds of
CELEBRATED TEA,
tmkroldertd Silk Goods,
Skswli, ScrMRS, M tlllls,
■millfMWMsKlk., IK.
-r-AlSO—    '
Porceltlit toliMki Clktom^
"  kroase, iTOrjr, tlldSlWMd and
.      CirlM oi Evory Dssoriptlon.
wnwnt it imr truwi mnTrwi
Bopln, that you will honor u> with your
Tl.lt, we remain Tory respectfully yonn.
Kwong on Wo & Co.,
rtSONTSTREET, Rn WntWMIIS, Wt
Poat0O« —tmattl.'  '--11-' Ms.
- r ■.---■ ■•»     .- -..-■■  ■      •    ir,   •:■■■■ :,--.:;^j:'X-:,:■.-■ jitv.-
:-■■.*■*?.', ■.'■:■,■- r .,
rpSlff   H Uiifi! .-■
-..   '^■•r.-s-'')*woi*f-i'.'.** ■ :::--. ■■.--;<v-y<x:-u.\**->
THI DAILY COLUMBIAN
_  ---iriinf F'
nun!. 0*k*»»:»T*
>T«y AAsSmms tceetu* luiny,
svths
Q-mr-mB-D*****-
At tbeir Stenm. Feint
-dBS,
_   _ —   a .stnblleh-
ttnr-    . -**
RtjmeStF .An.:
p*        J--""--"-::*=:*:::::::"™Ji
IT  V
.idTKRBD IN THE OWYl
I  ^*»»5fe«*— ** ~
■.'gjl-**
*w*m
tm
__.    »
™^.!..™......~   m
 (except for weekly
b» made lu advance.
SMIWIIM UTH IM TM MIL'-
»|s,-F!vstlnb.r-
Wymentlnall
nSyior   —
line. AdTSt™—   	
isy.jSs. per lino Mich Inseiilon.
m leil.f Ail.eHi.cmeni.. - ti-rii"'
t . "!"*Tor PrefeSHiouol Advertisements
Will M rM.lved tf following rateiul Inch,
ta nw month; 1 Ins. »ljk<rol. ,5.801 X ool.
\%ki IrSB.tli. If Inserfld for InstflSn8
mos. 10 per cent, will bo added.
MecltflfMlM. among reading matter,
.:_» per fine each insertion. Specials
crlllng attention to advertisements, 10ota.
pe.' line. ,_
Blrtbs,Marrlogosmd-Oeaais,,l for each
Insertion; Funeral XcUoes In connection
with deaths, SO ots. css-h Insortioii.
. AMU.M Sale., wiieadUplriyed|Oliur-_erl
-» pS7.it. lee. tnrui imn>l»t a-lvis. II
Holld. charged at regular transient rates.
THE #EeKLY" COLUMBIAN
■need every Wednewlay JUr.liig.
tiellvered In tbe City, per year. SJOtl
Mailed, peryear -•• aw
Mnlleil, tt montbs...
1.2!
.   HEISLV ADVOTISmS UTM,,. .
-    TniisientAdTefWiemrti*..-*!*^**?*
tion, 10cts. per lino solid nonpareil; suu-
ju^inserttons,Sets, per line.       .    .
bMIM AdTenl«m«>l..-S-<ir I Inch.
BrTSontb; J Ine ,2 per nt.; 8 Injrmm
»ra.; lnotSlMS perm. It tasSrtsftlur-
__s then'Mnoa.' 10 per cent WIU. be a Wed
Otbeseratoa. 'r ,.      '   .._
•'." Special notice, among reading matter,
80 ots. por line eaoh lnnertlon.
:. Ml. mostbeall tnotal.and ftirlMgocute
Sin estrn rate will be.chargcrl. JSO ndvt.
l..M«Ud in elther.taue for less than 81.
■tTTRsons sending lu advertisements
shoTid *KiAful io*. tale whether they
an to appear In the Dally Edition, or tin
Weekly, or both.^       . .    . ,_
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Dross Goods! to...'. J. -BUtt'd b Co.
gtoilg f ritigh (gotombiatt
Monday Evening. June is. tints.
Ico Cream  and Strawberries ond
. Cream at the Club. *
Jas. Ellnrd & Co. Imvo just received
n.flne line of dress goods, laces, etc.
gee adv.
Mr. Trapp's sale of lots of tho Wost-
: .minster,addition, Saturday night,,was
it successful affair.   ' ,
'    'The str. Rithet srrived from Viotoria yesterday about 3:80 p. in., ond
left tor Violoria again this afternoon.
Mother Gtaves* Worm Exterminator
<r p'e.".ant to take; sure anil effectual i.i
i eHtroying worms. Many have tried ic
with bent results.
J.'ho str. Irving left for up-river
points this morning with a 'urge
lumber of passengers, and■■';■ lull
ire'ght.
The str. Dunsmuir arrived from IT, -
naiiBO on Saturday wight with freight
. nd passeii-ors. She lenv.s on her rc-
. urt trip on Wednefidiiy morning.
'liis board of luntriv :e:uent of the
I'jvl Columbian Hospital acknow-
-i c with thanks a donation of fine
'cherries from tho garden of Aid.
li -otu , -;, ' r "J.
Some of tho sidewalks in this oity
st uri inneed ol repair. Our attention
Ir. *. oeen called to a defective piece
vai the E. C. P, Millsj and also on
I'laokwoodst.
There will be a special business
V or eting of the Y.M.C.A.   at their
." vr-nts'to-night at 8.30.   Asthebusi-
i.u s on hand ia urgent , all  members
n.e requested toartend.
The celebrated "Crutohy," who has
b ran in winter quarters for several
"months ut. "Port"  Douglas, haa re
turned to the city.   He  asks for a
snattof the public psttonrge.
A carload of mnohinery, consiotinj;
of lathes, drill.,-etc., arrived on Saturday from the wrts of Johu Bertram
ABiii*, Dnndrw, Ont, consigned to
' ''-triiner & Leonard, VVe&Srolnster.'
» ..AceldowlaHfanalmi.   ■
u_»t Wednesday afternoon ■ young
man named Daniel Thompson, aged 23
years, was instantly killed at Nsnspo
by a fall of coal in the Southfield mine.
An inquest was held on the body Friday afternoon, and after hearing tho;
evidence the jury returned n verdict of
accidental death. Ths funeral took
place on Friday afternoon, muoh; sympathy being felt, for the.Sffltotd parent, of the young man, ss thoy lor.t
another son (sn elder brother of the
deceased) in ths fatal e*tplositJB of May
Ord, 1887.—Coloitiiif.   -;.:':X*WtJ
- .    —"'   " ..'.'... .. .'  '.%.;..'■''•.
Mi*. Slrambe-3'. Dismissal.
PIONEER OF AHEW INDUSTRY.
Ttie Mmi Arrtves—A Bestly 1»e|*o
came Accorded Her.   ,
"When will theOsmana jjelinr'was
the question ovetywhere asked this
rtbrbintf.. Fto.m,an';eariy,li|h]r:.people
rwero out talting a view of t8e river ss
it was expected the voesel would arrive before 9,o'clock.':.AiDouU0 o'olook
Mr, Heiidry received s despatcli *(tat-
irg the Cahiona Had left .Victoriiat 4
a.hi., in tow of the Pilot. This was
t!ie .igiial for huis'ing (lags, and soon
CrreetlM.
Esitor Columbian-.—I thought I had
written the first sentence of the last paragraph of my article headed, "Something
Extraordinary," in last Friday's issue to
toad thus; "It is a well-known fact that
collegiate scholars are numers, but first-
diss collegiate tet'ohei'fs en very ran."
It it not trot os it stands, t Will you
oblige by making the correction.
I wish further to say, ihat the article
Signed "Parent," reminds me so strongly
ota Jcauite, that being anonymous, I pass
It by as nnworthy of notice.
oicry ilig nnurt in towu  wss sporting      The "Unofficial Lctto^' was so timed
■ , .•*. :..,.,      i, ,„,„ ,,     _,      that it could not iMvepliort toln timefor
tV i amn Jsok    At 12:30 the sti.    t:iil ^^  A ,jgl(1 ^nklys^.Mtawevei-,
fl'*'.!,  Capt.   Murchisor-,   left   the r ,villi I ihink, loud iny li lend to wish
_. ;ul City  mills  with Mr. Hendry, I t',..t ho had neve,* penned it, os I am
Cvot.  Grant,  W. H. Higgins, F. M. ' iiemuadod that it itr libellous.
Yorke,   W.   McMurphy, Chas. East- ;    I must coiigictulnUi you, JJr. Editor,
opUiions an freelyexpressed, iii favor' mini snd nnpre-entutive of the Co-j with respect to your a* tjcle oh public
Tandagaiuet the actfon of the board.   T.fSiDUN on t-rard, to  meet the Oa-1 schools (n Friday's isrue.
Mr. Strsmber^'s dismissal from tho
high sohool of New Westminster lir-i
osused muoh comment ih thet oity and
elsewhere    in   the   province,   snd
—***■«•■«■
■Soututttiticfttknii.
No' just cause hit. been assigned by the
bosrd for its unlooked for actiom   We
learn  that  tbo  trustees are  of tho
opinion that n ohange would beitelit
the Bchool, and claim to be acting in
the interests of the cmnmuuii.y in ihe
matter.   Mr. Slroinberg'hnR nSKcd for
tho specific reasons for his distni/ra'.
ahd we think id nil fairness he, ia justly entitled to them.    Tenohing k Iris
profession, end ho is justly.entitled to
a full explanation why lio was so summarily dcrlt with.   Ihmany instances
trustees are denser miu more ignorant
ttav tts.-fiupils tauriKt by sifflbi titttch-
ers as Mr. Str.ituherg proved himself
to be.    They, cauuot.with impuniiy
treat •» professional Span suit he wore
a mere'ttir. ' The gwicral feeing is
that tharoausB shouldbe plulnly show n
and the grounds of complaint ba put
in possession of the piMjlic,—Vktoi .'a
2-tmer. P______
, ladlais tliabcrtas. _ :''■   '
.Three hundred Fort Douglas v«C.
Pemborlon Indians ni ived in oanom
on Saturday ni»ht from iiatrison Lake.
They brought a liaticl with tti'om nnd
played a number of selections in a ycrv
credimblo manner,. .At'fiarrisiin Eat
Sririn^s the Indiana ircreiiiidod Lieur" -
Governor end Mrs. Nelson and muds
a number of highly compliment rrt
opcechoo to thera! Hishodorrep'ircl
brieSy; and on bohtrlf of hiiuself "
mu'4'. r.t tho month of. the  river.   On j and to the point.
rer'cl.ifl*J  tlio inoUtli ' (if Woodward'
It is excellent
Wm. Kern.
*
sloi**_!i t'o lull '.liusts of the t'umi' na
wc.o sitfhtc1 r.nd-n few minutes li'rer
ilie pil't> with the Cainniu-ift tow, ep-
pemed ijs1-View. T're Cathaua' .fciro-
seutod a very pretty apireannce, decor-
eipilwithinnumeraMr il.igsandstrei'.iii.
kar Derenees.
MoiTon CoLcMiriAN.—The reply made
by Lord St'.deley in the house of .lords on
Mondny last ..with respect to a question
...       ,     asked ss to the fortification of Burrard
anil the Pilot also was handsomely   , , t u considered at all satis.
-aA   in   tht.   nrmfi   manner,    ibe    _       '
ired  in  the sr.mo  munner.   The
Si ol'a Bteame(l Blon^sklc and soon the
party were, on  lu-urd shaking hand*
with the gallant Cn-nt.   Gordon, who
warmly greotbd oil with the usual
"Welcome on board."   Gnpt. MoAl-
lititglr, <tlie«.well known and popular
pilut, standing on tlm forecastle head,
directed the course >f thu vessel.   At
the Phajnix cannery flaga were flying,
cud a brigado,.-_t fishermen, armed
willj rittQ.r,.firod volley.after ..yolley in,
In not of tbfc.Cfrmana's arrival.   A few
minutes aftor le«viiiR Woodward -jli.tu«,'h
tim str. jtithot hove iu sight and ^rested-the new comer with- Wpeifcd wliis-
ties;    The    psssehgertr   an^    crew
;9'.vo   t-'ree    hearty   cheers,   which
v/.'re returned   by    the ( gentlemen
on   tlie    deck    of    the   Camana.
iT.wcn's cutlery and other buildinga
: long the rtver weio decorated in honor
.*i the occasion.   When Westminster
&:>.& 'to view' crowds ijf nci)plb were
r.*.'cn; flecking' in the ■ATreotikn of the
Uoyal CityMill", artWy ilto time the
vcBuel was within a few hundred yards
of the trhnrf t-Vi wfr-le street from tho
t,'.e^ot to tha mills was crnwded with
Mrs. KeUon t!i.iitiUed.,tlie.Xiwliiai# f-■ p^ pooj4^;vHilt i.u tbo wju*rf,it«lfu>was
the serenade, Be pvetentei! t!io bi:tid ■■ aJiurat irripossibje to. find standing j if aecenvi:yi,i'e**SW while, for tlio'effee-
wi|h HO, which -tvlled forth many e^- ,oom,. At .this time the whistle of tho tive d-st'enc^of th-a colonies, there must
nr^On*of good-will from the whole Pilot' blew a ' prolonged note | behhipSfioi^,andnien,
I tribe. The )ndiotfl left forthe Vaiicou- .^j a fiW .seconds afterwards Thcye p-oiKKitious are bo clearly self-
ver missiou tliis roorning(anjl attracted | «\\ tlie1 thistles in town'took evident tbnfe thoy have onlylobe^aled
corisider«ible attention as ibey-paddled ;:p thesti-ain'and snunded shrieks of i to.meet with ready ac^ptauce, but it is
down the stream witt» colors flying nnd V;elcume to the: Camana. -Japt. Mc- i )uf toe-applicati« or carrying Into efia.t
the band phyfug. About Mliid;mt AUjatcr handled the vcirjol boautifi.Hy \ •' **« V^tilt G.^ilttetl
will assemble ot the mUoion to perform M-brqu^t^er ^Wu^idothejWrr1 tUu-™?*1 Pu,-t mibe* >.>««»«.«»*.»
factory from either an Imperial or a
colonial standpoint. Just now, whon
we have such military authorities as Lord
\ ."olseley and General Hamley opeoly
.'-Uitiag that the home defences areute-
loss in case an invading army should accomplish a landing —when Aduiiml
(A'lomb states that there is ho or^nized
'• y- i-em of naval defence other thau a
v'.ctlktion between tbo old plans of Lo* &
■Si;. \ intent and Lord Howe, without ttie
adoption of either, or auy new oue iu
their -stead- -when Lord Clmrlcs Berr-*-
ford btates that the newest of our ships
ave ready, bat .oMtoui'gnni—it Is little
wonder that publio interest' at home and
abroad is all alive to * (question which
majy lu the near future be an isiue of immeasurable importance--on1 which depends the integrity and continuance ot
the empire. It is admitted'.on all hauiV-t
thet the chief difficulties Great Britain
will hEvve to contend with iu fntuie wars
are principally (1) defence of her com-
me-.ee, (2) defence of her colonial possesions and the onemi-y he said to be
the covolhuy of the other. Now, the
only wtiy of meeting and overcoming
these difficulties must, of necessity de
pend upon a powei fnl nr.vy, with fortified
lnuboi-s at different convenient points
, wheve ships ean ve-victual, re-coal pud
certain religious duties for which tbey
■^p.fcher every year.   We are infornK'd
by one of the clergymen in charge of
the ttpfcembliije thst ■ the   meeting lnis
nothing io do with the Coiyvi C!i,k:i, t,-q multitude to, glv9 three pheetf.
proctt%3iun. es incorrectly stisted in the;] Ctipt; CovJon,   Three. ringfQji' cheers
NctC-JdmH i .   Thedaieof theeele-   cowered ihe eniland when t'hoecWi
..;;,,      »   it    l       - .i.   ' ^Ptticnlar colony must be ......  „
iH.spl'Midid 8^1e.v Ai the stern ih .by W.eiteil, the next question h. how shaft
vcfeel swun-» round- towarts t.ie wharf t^e daoaila of the defensive amusements
Mt*. T. o. '•.'■.•app mounted a pil? of, boctM'ricd out! Well, if the warofflce
luii.bor aiifl, ii. t in' hatid, called r f\\   n.id admimlty were pi-eaided over by
IdjerS; And     "
bri '.ion of that festival passed several
wco\ir, ago.
A tireat Kvent.
We have received frum the executive
committee of the North Paci6o Industrial Assoc'ationacordial invifcstion toisiv/'-' y tbosieJbpiW tfte g*'W•!»;•
•I'I... .     .,•'*■..        -     ......   /Tul.inn     null   t.iiin  I
'til
th
be present at the magnificent ceremon-
ici of layinjf the comer atone of t'w
splendid   exhibition   buildings ;; and
8uo!o"icnlg-rdens,iiiFortlStid.urtgoii. ■_•„   .        ■   A _   ,
A. «nil»seeu W 'h» foll..v?l*_« tilling M\e^nssme^M:-ims^«al
ft was to eoAjii iff on   >•;.»•? % ', '*. .»»»*?  »». «1"n"t of
thu
oi'^iety
"*.
Ir
were
practiod fioliirers  and sailoi-., we can
nn.r'jiue the Hist thing done would be to
seen r e the making of careful topograph!-
cut aud other surveys by scientific military men, who,   fioui  their theoretical
knowledge  and   practical observation
could yUrly advise as to where and how
mouey oould be edvpntaously expended
in'oieating defence..;   But then,'this is
uot how. we do things,   No.   The site
.>oi- foitifioauoua end a dock depend, not
.    ,   ^   ,  .     so much on the suitahility of thOpoai-
iy" delnys aiio much > (ions, o'* the necessities of a plan of de-
'i. nililo,   Wto,ttnjinster, (.fence, us upon the ainorutof politltuil in-
dUd aii'ay three hearty cheers were
;i'ivon fur Mr. John Hendry. "A'.).
lung* on de_k" sun1, nut Cnpt Gordon
E'ld ill ir fow seconds ever member nf
rlhe shin's ereit .wstre ttr. OaptsPor-
tlill i Iron cilled for three cheers fur
Westi'i'itsier.which were right lustily.
WWiriJe of Mr. John
"n'an.-.^ers of tic "-i**al
inti'restiiig evilRt
Friday last, and io did not receive
the invitation in time to 'I gi?t,lh»re:*1
"OiiFriduy, June 15h, at 10 'o'clock
a. m., the cereihriiry of laying 'he corner stone of tTtb unt'-ijltlct'ii! vxpositji'tt
building mi<i »Kil'iticrilnarili'ns of tlio
North Pacific lud str ul ,A» ,r-'i-ti' u
will tulio plai'b. "rins ri'socilitlon, or-
gamtiul with n capital "f rjlSu.OOO, i.i
noW ercotitrg a mammoth liuil'iiiig in
the city, of i Portland. Work on the
structure will be pushed forward ilrry
and nrght, and the huildiiig will be
ready fur,tJM-iWit aOStljJifftia-r-jiroii
early-in the ebftnirte fall "Kn'Mifeii.ii
tho coast thut ha. ever tieenntteui^
The meed of merit for promotbg *»r-1 Jts compreheiisli'e seppe antj * thj nor-
souelce«el(n8i-i .is du. to J,-<1 A ;ei b' fectn;n ul det-.il give evideneo. thst no
Co,',' v,lijfce: Haii' -Vgw'-ii finivcirs, 1 merely ordinary fair is tu ciWietnpla-
lie. utifievof the**twi'. Harmless, effec- Itjon, siid.>tli63if.liM*o«eofei-l wilh
lie eittcr|*i>w sth .rrintrieiit asssrrirr
wilibo snaredto make this the atxiid: '"»"'■," f°r Um^'m\uw
03t disjilay .4 ttis WusWal interest, at tP^hV'JW' ■ _r..
tho coast that h». ever hsenKtsempted. 1 «■'• ™***»^*flli*iTOi^* *■
was crowd w 'Sdiiys.-n
rftild trip. lT->r voyage o
diin ai Yictiir'*waa.uiude IhJXl dnys,
a rccr.i'VMd.'inrb'orVrirn.   The vessel
tive, and a*_rceable, it ra.iks among thu
,i?**»*i !!»'■•• ■*»*' •V*;*.:-.!    j.,-1 : '
Lont Wednesday week A. Campbell
andG. Rawlison, of Langley, treed,
snd shot a eongar which had previously
killed a three-months old colt. The
cougar wss very fat and measured 0 ft.
.ijinohjiji from tip to tip.
E*6i- (rhiocio  cVcaiTh,   indiiced jiy a
'.-j'W'i'fbt'S fc'int, Ayev's Sarsaparfl'n is
r e t.i*e icmedy.   11 stops catuirhel div
_,„<i- '._, .emoves tho uickcniirg.odP', and
'    'irt.r &astt»«hoi*lti3:tl.v e>-.di«ii»*every
. jo- the oirjote from 'he blood. Sold
'ry fl11 i'eelers In mcd'ci.re.
At tht, nomination for school trus-
a    te rs to-dsy for tht. city th. following
:._ntlemen were nominated and declared elected  by acclamation:  For St.
■AhdWw's : Ussii,   W*r.-Bot*J   St.
George's,   Wm. Johnston; St. Pat-
that it will be a. cotmilotu success ii
every feature.   The wbbls northwtri^
should unitoin a d.termrnrition to make"' *'','
this truly representative of tho interests of the region.   It will b. a wonderful aggregation."
Ints boon employed- in
trrrd. ip^u^ei'.il yenra.
fliiaice that cau be brought to hour On
t'.ie ininl'.'t.y; aud, ol comae, this result
follovs, from thi*: rotten system of doing
filings, that, hr-tond of sending compete it men to c.rpiniue r. whole coest and.
rnd tbo aui'i-ouni1 i -ig crniii ivy, with a view
to repo. ting on-iis I'.er .-.is've caprbtlities,
a fiiat-cla's niiiit?..v engineer gets his
insi.Tilcirio'.i', to make tho be. plnn he can
jjgd.fending jomoplwse tlitt-wture has
  ...._-£-..-.    nu'do'maiftaily  untrt  to he deferdetl
t licirrn. uiirl her 'drafts, Theu Ifti .war depa.tment-pi-oduce tho
' '*-' - ' '- ' ' nlaus,fot ""defending such a.^lace, and
uieiiiplb nily uhoke off all etvwaii oriti-
eiatn by asylngi "Major so and w, well
known for his high abilities, made these
. pVW Ji* JUciciisly forgetting 'to say that
the gallant officer simply went th«e in
ohedienes to ordc.s, and without 'any
dtrrttionas io .any other situation outside the place indurated by official atu-
iiidity*, Or worse. No more eati-aoi-dintuy
liiitauceof the prevalence of this system
ceu be afforded than by the rctioo of tire
government in determining to spend a
qnai-ter of a million ln foilifyi|iff"Esiiui-
malt, and neglecting Ba. rtu'd* Inlet.
Loni Ulphinstene ailiiiitteil tliere was
emvndeithlo diflerence of' qpiiiiou -)ft Ui.
abbjctls, aiid then stated ti»ti •>#« tire
fullest consideration, the government had
dicidcd 'tn adopt' Kstiniiiislt tis naval
shipiii'.r.' put in *f tho world.
. .-'x'i'U Oawi'ir.: '.. il. .-from Liverpool,
and i el ngst.i ;lie well-known "linn of
,Nir.'u"V.o:i.& MoGill,, Khj is an inm
■li'iiltMssuni ol *>i!B tons register, olrtssed
&'■! at'tir-yisr 'l:ii*rlc'iri!iili.|ii 1911 feet
■ v«r alt, 5SJ f .
li.ndud.tB !?.(eet:. "Streis bark;Mi.r:od,'
Ijpt 'jras. '{'iuierfy ship-rigged. Tliii
'Oiiihrimi lm- ten «5 years anoiit. nidi;
tr; all uur cumnce is ijirod. t'lt. m ther'
■TAn'fir. >j Iu* fties uu veijffliand-
*| inirt*ri*W'»T iiewb at* clortn slid well
I kept, whllo every mpe, spar an-1 inaiit
nre in i-urioct coiiditi' n. The Crim.inA
ii noted for tlio greet number pf fast
. last voyage
.. ...mflAs&rm
waS ouyreiod in ''3:dnys^A< (ettuirl.»bly
rni.i.l trip,   ji.r vti.vageunt I'rninLiin-
iie Anst-iiliriu,
Grpt. Gordon,
Nsf.^sSner,
C. JaktAss.'BSMo.'H.vy.', soys!
KclccLiie Oil cured hiin c'
0 lad ijriso 01 ji^OS of 8 yitf[h\0i ndm_
Dr. TlKiiiios' KcleoLrie Oil cured hiinoi | ^fl^Jii^.^ rfffft"-
, ' i,i__.of'8 y^sst-ndm:., | Inn^'IitM,  Vrtlrjl,. tperrTil   lr.i
having tried nUUSt
.1..     ,.Jt!J__ L
■"'■,    Bnwalai Icekieat.
Th. sad intelligence reached the
city this morning that Mr, Wsltor E.
Blackett, who was engaged in constructing the works neoesssry for the
shipment of coal from Mr. Dunsmulr's
new mines in Oomox, at Point Frank,
wts drowned yesterday in Baynes
Sound. It appears thst Mr. Blackett
und t> Mr, Gibson were on bosrd the
Dunsmuir ooming from the works, and
desiring to land at some convenient
point, were lowered intoAbnat which
the steamer towed fora short distance.
After the steamer left the boat it pome
how ,.or other upset, both occupants
falling into the water. Blackett, it is
said, ssnk at once, whilst Gibson clung
to the boat tilt aid came to his assistance, when he was rescued from a
watery grave, the fate which hefel his
comrade. Up to last account no truce
had been discovered uf Blackstt's
body. The deceased wtto well known
in this city, when he was highly respected by his acquaintances. It is
not many months since he was married
to a young lady belonging to Nanaimo,
whom he now leaves to mourn for his
sad and unexpected end. His father
is at present in Oakland, Cal. He has
a brother-in-law in this city, Mr- *Fred
Hutaber, who married his sister, Miss
Blackett. %he family came from tho
maritime provinces. Tho deceased
was in the employ of Mr. Dunsmuir
for some time back oi ther as contractor or superintendent. < if works, and
by! IIiirt gentleman, waa held'in high
enteem for his hiuuy stei ting qualities.
Tto diseased"wss-* bWtherbf Mff St.
Clpir Blackett of Langloy.—rinier.
ELLARD £
^mt_mi_____>
Police court.
Before T.O. Alktnroii, P. M., anil P. Me-
T'ernau, J. P.    ' :   _      e
A white man, charged With supplying intoxicating liquor to a klootch-
mrni, named Luoy and the famous
Moody, pleaded not guilty. The evidence against accused' was not oonsid-;
end sufficiently strong, end he wss remanded for one month.
Moody, the most drunken Indian in
tlie cily, charged with having liquor
in his possession, was sentenced to 4
months: in gaol with herd labor.
Moody took the lecture and sentence,
imposed by the magistrate,-in good
part, lind seemed rather pleased with
the idea of being so comfortably situated.     ., ,.,„,,„        I
Lucy, charged with'boing drunk, was'
dismissed.
Elisa, a Fort Douglas Klootohnun,
charged with being drunk"- was sentenced to one month in jail provided
she wss found in the city after this
evening. '■_.,     ' V V - "
....^"WttSflWm, '■:•
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.    Aprons.   *
ri-i-Tnatnarnm Z~—t.Xt~—\tM ' KlflHT. nnaraurr::■■•*
'   -'   Cstll st-ad "Baccr-Qal-n.**.
-*.■:":.'.<'.,•     LONDON   HOUSE,
dwjei8tc New Westminster, B.C.
1
Whn*Ubywasslek,w.t_n|»Oastsrb,  .1
—mt eh. was. Child, sh.ctMtiirCaaMria, -
**-- '•"•—— T'-i i>i ilsai li flssfti.
WMshslsfCUlia^iMimlkasiOBStssIs
School and Bible Class 2ia0p.m. Pray.
Mori Ing on Tbumlays at **.*»p.m. Seal
free; stransers eonllally Invlt-rrd,
'.'BSTlOlr tOJlfl^ »e. t, k. FWi
"* Asl^l.rr'rbe iogular Cora-
f niitulcatloiifl of tbls Lodge sr.
. \ tieldnnllieSirt-lonSaymfach
moiitti. Kojournlug iiirethNnweoenlla-t
ly.nvltedtoatteiitr -n-i -:■' >■"*.. ''
(r rt- ■ ll •- ■ •pBW.il'FBAOT.. .,
»elS-to    " r    IjjeCralyiTti
sH
m?
imt part, obUined tlieir infomhtkin iH
IctoH ;    *t*oirt , pmety d|>*fiiterfrt'!d
attu*.ce-i, nud thot tliohc gentlemen who
syWoc.-t-wl the cl.unis of Bmtaril Inlet
dy, ii-^iilcs two I
out* relief; bnt
thinks it cunnpt . _,.
Wshty." /TheJlolHg
■ uu'ket of i)-. Tlionii
euaiomcrB will *■**■*! '.h
■genuine.
i itit^tloali 0*4 t!'a
l-'clccfciic Oi',
thoy Ret llie
'   ''J. ':'''t
«n.iiL
... »i:itv '.ntvi-i'-u try viso    liOVHI
,,    "«, iW**t,™uf.w T i ^« Lieutenant Le.uri^X, n,
r naj 'ith r port on the coast, i ^y, - -
■rtWi»ti'0._i!-**e'W*_er, he soyi '
* vi. cnrVI. - llie onirance-o the
l'crsniiul.
ritk's,tW.E. Tjwnsend..
VV:iV -fcCarty, Wiii.te'sal
E. U.ind tookr* business trip to Van.
itifoksle'at'd Retail   C0UVCP to.fln„
tl'.'"list. Ottav/r, wiltcs: "I was amic       T _,„   . .... __■,-*,„
id «™' Ch%.ic rivoncliiti, for some ,    J- B./Irisley came .over' from. Van
«.Ittva-/b*t,,ha!'S liaon oomnletely ctired   oouver last nijht.     '
., "i;-ilieu_aol Dr. TheniiU'ltolectrlo Oil      R. 0. Har.ey,. of VancoUOT(%«B in,
ti, inf «(»;of flv. drops on sugar.   I have r the city this morning;' '
■ .'. .o pTeashre In, oconcinendlng it ss en ]    G   w     and J. H. Tpd4 oiinii up
e,™c.tionfore:;teru.ln5e. ., |.anlh..»itl|stycatefd», rn,-ii!
The election for school trustees for
the new Sapperton school district ret
ttiUoa in the thrw follnwing jentle-
miru beinn returned:  J. B. Kennedy,
22,*Ior two years) Geo. McKensio, 17,
i   fi, ;*V. Edmonds (wait tt
I tti-dtiJr'Oii business'.   "
wt.j v
tor one ytii.   thw. Thos. All-m, who
rTSS»lsf.sosiinat»4, received W ballots.
city last
lie
J. A. Webster, Mibb ^Yel>sterl
B. W,.Port arrived ,in,Uhttoitj
i night on a delayed ttiiiuf Btit tlio east!
nd
.ensior,   luies   ,,owvei, v,»w      * ..^r ^,
Mm. ^.e^povty 4.1^^ *J*j»
and  Mis..
Hiif Oft
pllrtM tW'Odih*inu,|i»l«'r^talJ'Wr^jnred^.liay.^
Kstn'nn who jjftii- mm mdhtt, ■). Mt* .^"""ssi "¥ T^sff'
.    __ _.   .. Vanoouver.   Th. run frtin ViJtoii. I W ^to mlmsiroijs lu ti. vieinl^ of
say_   stnyinj-atthegoloniaLforafewwcekSj, rt-fs-j^^^HplrtW^intftiji'*    ■ '",0-™«LW'
them   loft for Victoria to-dsy. *•*' "' "rw*T,"*'r'*
r'fc-aiiy.11-
II Br. Kwli sends us » letter for pu'o-      F. X. Msrtin nnd wife
1r.iton,inwhich,he congratulates tho i Maitin, of Vanoouyer,.: «»l*
i nvaiers thut thty have at lut obtained   oity . shon time to-dsy.
ji v*>«l|MMi_ltl^«Wlt*t»Md**M)»' sttld* *it      -JIbs St. MorM„irf tl
,.tr3^»iiw^'>i^>i«»;-'''^^t:iuoi   -   -
'Yl"5t-aniiow*y3pi,umt«, and says   sioyin
''"'•S^tSt liW-WhWHIiWy for them   loft for Viotoria Wdsy.
as.\mir^_^^
-. -;iri.-,tt%Wne\^m^Sttma.^ Tliis  bytho^jptofii*tj^initli*bp«''y*1»*™.
'..jj^rtato/*»in'hot»'.iiMthfs"
3 .*'.i'i*{*:* *# ."» '•WU,°t   ■WWl'h
,■>«,:S^W'     ■■■■   '-■    '■'■■■■:   .
' ■(jfifiijJ*.'   it'ii'jf. Ci'*riIo(rS|is*«flodiu^
TijW'.t'r .„ uflif A'/I ri a h)ii|V o( tpiieh
„'. oip.-j v.i'O.'. r.i* ' •'■ . ,ni*ly popular.at
evbtyport. :■--•......i^'.t'd.   AltuouQhjot
stnailAnuiniSj. t s pi>i»|inft is so builfi'
. tlmt .thc.c.i!._  ■. v'W(sifer- enroll, hetft,
1 oflpuoilybei:'," iOJO itint acsd weight.,'
Mr. IVrkei' is ,oJ>.! olliccr,. nuil ,is it
riollor ol miieh _Mty ats'dl e5|ii)ineiico.
The vessel citnico a crew of 17 "11 told.
UtMeri"Mih; i«(iefllittn'lSi«i)'?ilf Mr.
ITTOiikM.Ytf)i,.§!f worM-reii'.wno'l
stevedore, tho \;.iiiii.l will cr.mmeuc.
.takiug iu sareo iint\V«dnesi.y anrl it.
'is exiicotc.Vslie'.wifl etnfry away naif a
.<iillioiv;-(eeti!«f..lniBi*WKi .tm i the;
trip/ u|»1.tlfo..:t*iv*«,.siirJiipt.- Gr^ltin,
' *lo visit irs with thri gsuitlSst
.. _, ittr indeiiniid fnnHmsillr'the
RomT-will-and  bust wishes nf all his
now friends,■'! '<)bpt., 'BiFolft11fM«r» Vrli'^'
i'e officor is at. pissent engaged iu :ntak-
i.iy an extensive topiiogrMhiitsl sstvey
*"  ' '   "'''*ilir—" '    *     '     *      *'
'..•&**•
C.iildrm Cryfor Pitciiai <Cutorla
in ,lie  ilcialiliorhootl of Viewrit'-V No
fuvoyatoy*^^,ii*^.ii**JI»r-
oot ot Kurrnrd lnlot or New Westmin-
atei', with'a vi.w to ascertain thai defensive crpncititTSj yet in tlieabsauc. of any
snolr tiiforunitionthegovernmeutuinler-
.take to say that, attet/vM 'so:rMtmtk;i,
tlioy hnvo decided to fortify Esqninwlt,
nir'. leave Bitrratrd Inlet defenceless. We
rrlinll retiri'ii to the subject at an early
dny,' and ccroluslvely show that, lo mak;
ing the selection of Esquimalt, tlie Bi'i(k;
ish govenuuont are making a very serious strategical blunder. But, lf tbe idea
is tire offspring of the wsr offloe, it lies
at least tiro mer It of behit< consistent,
• Cinruai-SoLratHt,
North Arm Noten.
Giwhoppers are doing considerable
dame-jo to Ine grain crop, but have not
Ion? of vitality in the stomach to secrete
the gastric juices, without which dkc.ition
 1J.L        AAA. A._    .       klb. I.,.!..    .A iL*.    .       *,L|.!m|
cannot bo ou; also, being  the■• mwcipnl
ik.rm .._..       w._._r! i.e.i^ifai j_I_tJi
 HeUaohe. Pnhrielee'i V«tota|jW'
PilU taken before going to,[ntd,  >k"  "
* " *   *■■     **" '•'-id
Why go limping and whinini
,<rMM.*foity&\*_t t'■
mtitm
Mcetrthottle"o*H6l
111 rojnove theih !■
notiegrei
yrhiio, hever foil to"glv_*'reltcf Snd "etftol
a curo.„ M(.j,.WjA*l1)|low-|i. AsMoW i.
Dirt:, Writesi' ''P-tHrellre's rtllsWe Ul:
Ing tho lead against ten, other make,
which I have in stock,"
for a    ' Bis tf» V-Sifii CtfUitD' against iud-
"   '  IrthftfoiighfandSoi:-
J_S.   KeepHaeyard's
T.?%&-WteMMi for these
§_''.';*;!  troubles of Winter snd
pi'iii;.   I'l!> ** to' safeguard.
Cspt. Parsons, lately from Itew-
foundland, hss been stricken with
pimlys's and is not tapected to re-
oovsr. His family is on th. road fiito
NetTdUnimriifl. ■'Wl'' ■ •'' -itrntasmtf
Astww*Mitjff*iitt*aI, in aid of the
Presbyterian manse fund, Hill M held
ou ThOrtday sftOrttoon and evening.
The str. Kiohtnond will m.k. . special
trip fprm Westnlinster lot the*onT«ni-
otice of parties wishing to attend.    >
Childnn Cryfor Pltcher-iCutorl*
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET
 rr«m' f»v«' Miiiurtae'waik,
i»m the rtettothee. soltabl. roj
m.nnnOwlt».Apply»t this offloe. lout)
I    .1    Trii-i"  ...r.iiT-i I  t
■:K',M$p&:.,
STOTKJK 18 SKBBB^. OIVEN TH AT
l|   we iiav. mad. aiipllestinn to the
on.   MluWor  ol   the. Interior
rlMue for  tlnih.idni
tbe .Interior for a
a**&yir*\k%y_
"  "VXa-'-lO'lSM-*'
ew WeMmlnst.r
\m,_i_\ anhVlTk-W'
*»-.,W.,-fnnel4,.i£-»,
lnftl**N.B.U-
" * rtf,
iaid tejontolur
U-ecot see. i,enil N.
In lownsklp t, Group-
 -jsRH	
JejMIVwII
•uroarioB.
so-ufh^p^cjis^A:' • ■"■•'•'i
thenee _.___     .
clmlni, to pluce of oonimi icenoeut-con?
Uinlug 4D) kuw. mow or le t,,-,,. r .
HjeiSni      JobuBjwmt, Mbon
rnr^-4**-'*mi ip.ti iim uw—*
wiwiim&nvwit mttfm
,„,;,;., loMafwi-^r
SJIIOO.
SWISS
Thl. is th. .nlrttsrovilj .Uj. and the
oair atos. tnalUnithe trip ln on. dsy,
thereby savins time and expense lor naa-
sen_ns\' ■       •*•■»• ■"■■■' ■■''»>' "■    i ■
Pa;iien«etjieo»vtil»dMand token Irom
any hotel In fiiwn.
For Inrther Information, apply to
djeUml . JOT, WMB.
Jmf'tm CxvA.IKi.rjj
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, AC.
BESST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full line of Spectacle* & Eye-GhuaM In steel, rnbbrri, silver and go! I
fr-ames.  The finest Pebbles made, H per pairs all sights suited.
Special attention given to FINE WATOH REPAIRS. Having learned tlie
business thoroughly front some of the finest Herologera in Enfjlacd, and since tlen
managed tho watoh-rcpairlng departments of a few of the best iirms on the continent of America, is a sufficient guarantee ci good workmanship. Formerly manager for nearly 8 years of the well-known firm of Savage ft Lyman, Montreal.
Charges Moderate.  '' '
Mootbsai, Deo.; 1887.—Mr. F. Crake—Andw. Robertson, Esq., Chairman ot
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I never found a Watchmaker who did so
well for hie as yon did wton in Montreal, and I am sorry yon ore not here to-day.'
■ ;. dwapl'Jtc    .
A. M. HERRING,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
SUNDAY HOVRS.
-Mobniso, from 8:30 to 11 o'olock.
Aftbunook, 1 to 3 o'clock,
Evesiso, 6 to 9 o'clook.
tr PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS will be prepared at any time during
the night by a competent chemist, 'i'ho Bleeps on. the premises. Ring ths night
bell.
HERRING'S DRUG  STORE,
Opp. Telegraph Oflee,      -      Colombia St., New Westminster,
..I. *.-      ■ (lW0c3tC
D.S.CU
•WHOX.mBAI.-ffl
~   **^T\   yTTji  -Ji., 'rilurl ml I' II.
..IliV
'I      i   i
Sole Agente, New Westminster, ft. C.
L1 ■   i"11 ; f**-******-«*»*w I.. miiuiln
!*(•ffdNfiBOI-i'S;B0iU)D!l8.:r»B«WT STIIBET!) :
-p-sr^Ti-r* KW1'  '-; "
\wTf wm w
. BlOnW  IStr*Trr'vlil
ricTiw
.1 \tllt
iiraldjj:
_ oto *x Show, Hats * *ti_*,
y,«la8sw»i^Sft,sa,"ti!r
■■•ta   mm '•■o•**•'-i^•*f.r.*|Pi•v";l'',''',*''
Gt^t-Vt«tAyoftttaseholdAi^lsi.I,<.AAi-ii,r ,..,,. (,),„■• „_„t.
*°'", iJPOtATOES, UMB tMM; OBNERAI. STORES.
,:..'.*;.
rromtl
y__'
Ifc-Farra produce bouilit at market rales or solii on ooronU.slou.  tt«.Olile:-
h. Interior promptly .ilenr' "
'ill* jl11 1    -
jmptly .{tended tn.
dw.*.
a^wiiioKslo! irrl.v!,-.i:ridrr:
Wave just Received A(Ca»m)ad ©f sugars
the most reasonable terms.
:1 ,.*;,l5Pp;;'Jiagi*3PB,.,
day ot July until (UhWotHoptwitier
lowlo,, cpniMnlOA . ■_^-«»*k Ssit-
rtaldo'b.Vse
„    „ . ,_.   iB«Wt»per
m^vT,"*,Md4f»fl,Si!JI0H.
• Bsta*. Broker, Ac,
dKUHJeW -I.'.        Kamloops.
(.I iliii!   '■!
anu necer'-ary offloes.
of loo hones Mid por
t*Ul),IJ!
li-»  I
2J___^m_________m^*M__P*____.
tl if*flW.' ^SW ■ tmmt Mm^mS*wm^m^t
COURT OF AS8I2B,  NISI PRIUS
, Oyer and Terminer ond (.eneralaa.1
*    nyComoMnd, J_    '• "'
iis-iiU ■ ■ .   iso, iwmos,  <   -u,i
Provincial Seoretary.
Provincial SMretary's Office,
13th June, 1M. djeinml
ihey arcinowoffering/w-'
*; dwjettr
-tm-4JU
V iWrf""} '*WS| iiiiWr.flriPPt'
U ii ftt Kite,'
itldMJ*'"1' _.
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