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Array Provincial SecrotJirjr
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THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
 IS PUBLUBED—*—
liver)' Wednesday & Saturday,
0. ROBSON & CO.
OFFICE COLUMBIA STREET. EHHMtl TO En-
rORIALAHO BUSIUCSS OlMMTMDIT THROUGH T. *J.
Pehwh t Co-s. Boon * SnnoHEitr 8toii.
TER.Wl*«Hy Mnll, $3.yuan I1E0 (brflnii>..|
11 fin :1 mo,, i payslrle In A.],an.*a. Dalit.r.0
tijr Onrrlor or Agent, f 1 per qunrt.r, payable
qu.rlcrl j to Carrier or Agent.
AOENTS
T. rl. HlBSEH * CO. YlOIOHIA
T. R. Pearson t\ Co. Yah.
TUIC   DADED   may to forma-on file at
I Wo r Ar CH n,». p. imw.n ktm.;
Ifewapapor Adrertl.ing Hun.nu (10 Sprue. St.),
where adT'ri'tlHlng contract. Ina. be mails for it In
MEW YOKK.
Columbian.
jor gale or f o genf,
boSerkir^au
— PSf- API'I>' »t «l«o FmtniJr.v.
mllSIIO ROBERT LAW.
VOLUME 29
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1880.
NUMBER 33
llic $ntis\\ Columbian.
Mul unlay Jtlumlnaj, A|n-ll U. I8S0.
Irish Home Rule Hill.
FUU TEXT OF OUOSTOHE'8 MEAT SPEECH.
London, April 8.—In tho house
of commons to-day ut live o'cloek
Mr. Gladstone roso amid enthusiastic cheering and moved for permission to introduce a bill tonmend the
previous legislation, and to make
provision for the future governmont
of Ireland. On making this motion, Mr. Gladstone said: "I could
wish that it had boen possible to
expound to tho Iiouse the wliole
policy and intentions of tho govern
ment with reference to Ireland.
Although the questions of reform
in the tenure of land and Irish govern ment are so closely and inseparably connected, it is yet impossible
to undertake the task of elucidating
both questions together. I do not
know of any previous task laid
upon mo involving so diversified an
exposition. In contemplating the
magnitude of this task, I am filled
with painful mistrust, but that mistrust is absorbed in a feeling of the
responsibility that will be upon me
if I should fail to bring home to
tho public mind the magnitude and
the various aspects of the question.
We Should no longer fence or skirmish with this question. (Loud
cheers.) Wo should come to close
quurters with it — (cheers) — wo
should get nt tho root of it; wo
should take means not merely intended for the wants of to-day or
to-morrow, but should look into the
distant future. Wo hnvo arrivod
at a stage in our political transactions with Ireland when tho two
roads part ono from tho other, not
soon probably to meet ngnin. The
timu is come when it is incumbent
on tho duty and the honor of parliament to como to some decisive
resolution on this matter. Our intention is, therefore, to propose to
tho commons that wliich, if happily
accepted, will, wo think, liberate
parliament from the restraints undor whicli, of Into years, it has ineffectually struggled lo perform tho
business of tho country, and will
restore British legislation to its natural, ancient, unimpeded courso,
and, above all, establish harmonious
relations between Great Britain and
Ireland—(hear, hear)—on n footing
of
TII081S PltEE INSTITUTIONS
to which Englishmen, Scotchmen,
and Irishmen alike nro unalterably
attached." (Loud choprs, prolonged
by the Home Rulo members.) After
reviewing tho condition and crime
existing in Ireland since 1833, Mr.
Gladstone described the coercive
legislation enforced during the same
period ns not exceptional but habitual. Ho compared Ireland (luring
all this period to a man trying to
find sustenance in medicine only,
meant for cure. Coercion, however,
had, ho said, proved no cure. Serious dissatisfaction continued to prevail in Ireland, and if England and
Scotland had suffered similar hardships, he believed the people of
those countries would resort to
means similar to those the Irish had
used to ventilate their grievances.
(Pnrnellite cheers.) Coercion was
admitted to have been a failure for
the past A3 years, only two of which
had beon wholly free from repressive legislation. Coercion, unless
stern nnd unbending, and under an
autocratic government, must always
fail. Such coercion England should
never resort to until every other
means had failed. What was tho
basis of tho whole mischief was the
fact that the law was discredited
in Ireland. It came to the Irish
people with a foreign aspect, and
their alternative to coercion was to
strip the law of its foreign character and invest it with a domestic
character. (Loud Irish cheers.)
Iroland, though represented i.i parliament numerically equal with
England or Scotland, was really not
in tho samo position politically.
England
MADH libit OWN UW
Scotland had been nncournged to
make hor own laws ns effectually as
if sho had six times her present
representation. Tho consequence
was that the mainspring of the
law in Englnud and Scotland was
felt to bo the English or Scotch.
The mainspring of the law in Ireland was not folt by tho people of
Ireland to be Irish; ho therefore
docmed it little less than mockery
to hold that the stale of law whioh
ho had described conduced to tho
real unity of this groat, noble,
world-wide empire. "Something
must bo done," continued Mr, Gladstone, "something is imperatively
demanded from us to restore in Iroland tho first conditions of oivil
life; tho freo courso of Inw, the liberty of ovory individual in the ox-
eroise of overy legal right, their
confidence in tho law and tlieir
sympathy with tho law, npnrt from
which no country can bo called a
civilized country." Whnt, then,
wns tho problem  before him?   ft
was this: How to reconcile imperial
unity with diversity of legislatures.
Mr. Grattan held that then purposes were reconcilable—more than
that, he demanded a severance of
the parliaments with a view to the
continuity and everlasting unity of
the empire. Was that an audacious
paradox? Other countries had
solved the problem, and under much
more diflicult circumstances. We
ourselves might be said to have
solved it with respect to Ireland
during the time that Ireland-had a
separate parliament Did it destroy the unity of the British Empire! (Cheers.) Mr. Gladstone
then pointed to the case of Norway
and Sweden, whioh countries were,
he said, united upon a footing of
strict
180IS1ATIVB INnWHMMIel
and co-equality. Then 'litre was, he
added, tho esse bf Austria and Hungary, and with regard'to tlioie countries he asked whether the condition
of Au.tfia at .lhe present moment wm
not m'/re'perfectly solid, secure, and
harmonious thau it wns prior to the
existing condition between that coun.
try and Hungary. It could not be
questioned that its condition was one
of solidity and safety, compared with
that of the time when Hungary was
making war upon her. The claim of
Inland to make laws for herself was
never denied, continued Mr. Gladstone, until the reign of George II.
The parliament of Grattan wat as independent in point of authority as it
could be. They (the government) were
not about to propose tho repeal of the
.union. It was impossible to propose
the repeal of the union until they htd
settled what was the essence of the
union. He defined the essence of the
union to be the fact that, whereat before the union, there were two separate
and independent parliaments, iftcr the
union there was but one. To speak of
the dismemberment of the empire, wat
in this century a misnomer and an absurdity. The fault of the adminittra.
tivo system of Ireland wat that ill
T\  MoLBAW, M. D.
Office and Residence:-Occident Hotel,
New Westminster, B. C.
TOHM O ARROW, H. O.
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON.
OmoB-Next Elton's Tailor 8liop, Cor.
Clmrcli and ColuiiiMnSls. liOJHtc
IT  M.COOPER, B, A.,M. D.,
PHYSICIAN ts SURGEON.
orPIOE and ItESlDENCE-Clmreh St.
(next door to Farmer*' Home), near
Columbia St, New Westminster, B.O.
OPPICE HOUItfl-d tn 10«, rn.; 1 to 3 unil
ASO to 8 p. m. Cal Is In town and country promptly attended to. fe2to
WO"])
DR. B. B. CLARK,
(Late of San Franoisco)
SPECIALIST, for Ibe enre of Nervous
and Chronic Diseases, Is now permanently
located In VICTORIA — Offloe, Government atreet, over viotoria House.
  tJ-lnhJlm
spring and source of action was unjust.
(Cheers). The government, therefore,
felt that the settlement of the question
was to be found by establishing a parliament in Dublin—(Irish cheers)—for
tho conduct of business of both a legislative and administrative nature. The
political economy of the three countries must be reconciled. There should
be an equitable distribution of Imperial
burdens; next, there must be reasonable safeguards fer the minority, and
why could nnt this minority in Ireland
take caro of itself ? He had no doubt
about ils ability to do that, when we
have passed through the
PRJHENT CRITICAL PERIOD,
and been disarmed of the jealousies
with which any change waa approached.
Hut for the preaent there were three
classes of people whom thoy were
bound to consider: Firstly, the elass
connected with the land; tecondly, the
civil servants and officers of the
eminent in Ireland; thirdly, the
testnnt minority. The speakor could
not admit the claim of the Protestant
minority to in Ulster or elsewhere to
rulo on questions whioh were for the
wholo of Ireland. Sovoral schemes
for the separate government of Ulster
had been submitted to him. One wss
that Ulster province ahould he exolud
ed from the operations of tho present
bill. Anothor was that a separate autonomy should be provided for Ulster,
and a third suggested that. Certain
rights should bo reserved and placed
under provinoial councils. None of
these proposals had appeared to Ihe
government to be to completely justi-
ed by itt merits, or by the weight of
public opinion in ita favor, a. to warrant the government in including it in
their bill. However, they deserved
fair consideration, and the free discussion that would follow tbe introduction of the present bill might load to
the dlscoveij of ono plan whioh hsd
a predominating amount of support,
ana the government would do their
utmost (o adopt the plan that sejrinctl
likely to give general satisfaction. Referring to Ihe gteat settlement of 1782,
Mr. Gladatone said: "It wat not a
real settlement, and why? Wat it
Ireland lhat prevented a real settlement being made? (Irish cheers.)
Nol it was a mistaken policy of England, listening to the pernicious voico
and olaimt of ascendancy. (Heir.)
The Irish parliament labored under
great disadvantages. Yet it had in it
a spark of the spirit of freedom, and
it emancipated the Roman Catholics
in Ireland when the Roman Catholics
in England were still unemanoipated.
It received Lord Filzwilliam with open
arms, and when after * brief career he
was recalled to England the Irish parliament registered itt confidence in
him by pasting a resolution datiring
that he ihould atill administer the
government. Lord Fitzwilliam had
promoted tho admission of Roman
Catholics into the' Irish parliament,
and there waa a spirit in that parliament which, if it had had free scope,
would have done noble work, and probably would hare solved all the Irish
problems and have saved this government infinite trouble." He would
nnw pais to the plan how to give Ire-
laud a legislature to deal with Irish
as distinguished from imperial affairs.
(Hear.) He was confronted at the
outset with what he felt to be a formidable dilemma. Ireland waa to have
a domestic legislature for Irish affairs.
That waa hia postulate from which he
set out. Were the Irish members and
tht Irish representative peers in oitlier
house to continue to form part of the
representative assemblies? The speaker thought it would be perfectly clear
that if Iroland wat to have a domestic
legislature the Irish peers ond the
Irish representatives could not como
to parliament tn control England's
and Scotland's affairs. (Cheers.) Then
with regard to (he question whether
Irish representatives ihould oome lo
tho houso of commons for the settlement of Imperial affans, ho thought
that could not he done. Hn had,
therefore, arrived at tlio conclusion
that Irish members and Irish neon
ought not to tit in tho palaco of Westminster. (Oh! Ohll and checn.) If
Irish moiiiberi inrro not to lit in the
home of cnnimoiis, Irish peers ought
not to
(See Fourth Paso.)
m   F. ftOINB,
DENTAL SURGEON,
'Ull dental operations  skilfully perforated. Atl work marantaed.
Office at the Colonial Hotel.       deJStc
c."-
0. BROWN,
DENTIST.
Omck-Ovor D. S. Curtis ts Co.i« Drag
Stow, Columbia Bt., Now Westminster.
Hottn-9toljl; uso to 7.
Will villi Chllllwhaok the Unit Monday
and two following dnys In each montli.
Teeth palnl.a.ly eitraeted.   au!2
MISSES. MCEI.HOY * KITZ  HENRY
wish to Inform lhe Ladles of New
Westminster that lhey have opened n
Iress-Making Establishment
-AT-
tbapp unoh sionu, i ini innt nr.
Where thoy will be prepared to oxecuto
any orders entrusted to them In the latest
styles unil with nll possiblo despatch.
New Westminster, Oct. Utli, 1885.   oc7to
TURNER, BEETON & GO. f J. A. CAWLEY& CO.
MERCHANTS,
WIIABF STRKKT • VIUT'IMA.
-A.ajrcJN"TS   JB-OJR
Norlli Billfsli anil Mercantile
insurance Co. for Mainland,
DRESS-MAKING.
Misses McDOUGALL
Will open aFasulunabloDress-making
KstaIllinium!lit on
MONDAY, the Uth IN8TANT,
One Door below A.M. Herrln-rt
Drag; store.
A shore of puhllc patronage Is respectfully solicited.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
 JnBlir
rteuoiLD, Me-joiL dt atkimsom,
BARRISTERS,
SOLICITOUS, ETC.
Office, Hckenilo street, New Westminster,
and Granville, B, C. rleioto
w.
NORMAN BOl.S,
BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
Land Ag.nl. Money to Loan.
Columbia Street,
selto New Weitminiter, B.C.
A-
B. HOWSE.
. _. Formerly Howse, Hill A Blokman,
jogi to announce that he will resume bui*
tneia u
Mmrreyer, Real Estate Broker aad
Vmm-ftymme*t
On and afier the 21it Instant Office. New
Caledonia Hotel, Murray St., Port Moody.
lelttto
A LB EUT J. HIM., M. A.
CIVII, ENGINEER,
ItAiri) suitv-fYoit, Draughtsman, Ac,
VaU-alal Hotel, H*w Weel., ft. C,
Mapn and Drawings of all kindH. Bur*
veylntr In nil its brunches. Mining Re-
portsandSuperlnteuilence, Irrigation and
Drainage. ueI6(f
m J. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columbia Stroet New Veetini niter
All oommlssloni will recelvo prompt
and careful attention. Best refereuoea'
given wheu required. mhia-te
J.C. HUGHES,
Real Estnte Broker, Auctioneer,
Conveyancing, etc.
Opposite PostOfflcc,    New Westminster.
ver, Coul Harbor.
Correspondence solicited.
W.D.FERRIS,
UND, B6U8G ud 6Q0M Mt
Rent and Debt Collector.
SEYKKAI GOOD FIRMS FOB SHE.
L. WILLIE
Front St., New Westminster,
MANUFACTURER OP
BISCUITS
AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES ft PROVISIONS
mii7te
WEST END
Plain and Pnncy
Bread, Buns, Pies, Cakes,
And Confectionery always on hand.
GROCERIES MOVISIONS
Delivered o any lmrt of the city.
Columbia Street.
Jeai-lo
H.C.
BEETON & CO.,
30 Finsliiiiy Circus,
London, E. C.
A. B0SSHARDT,
riORMKItl.V OK O'HAOAN A UOHK-
r hardt, Iihh estiibllslioil hiniNidf In tlio
billIdl-ng uexi the t oimc-II IbaulM-M.   In
addition to JtcioliantTiilloriii-,' he wIkIii-n
Indies und Kent lemon to tako ntstlceut tlie
opportunity of yetting their
Color.
A. Bogshurdt lini hnd large experience
In French Dyeing,
In W00I-EN8, SILKfinmi 1-'BATHERS,
aiul jiuranteeu colore to he permunuiit.
mh'27te
WALSH
The Mel Tailor
Columbia Sl„ New Westminster.
HAVING PURCHASED TIIE
§hingle   lill ,,,
Pump Factor)-
At POPCUM, lire prepared lo ezecut« all
Orders promptly mul to the satisfaction
ut tlieir customers.
All kinds or Tl »MM. ilon. lo erder.
J. A. CAWI.EY ts CO.
J"°"r      _  I!£!'£H'!,'JLi'-
No Moderation!
No Botheration!
Sunnyside Hotel,
GRANVILLE, B. C.
H. IIKMUH,
rUIPBlETOli.
Merchant's Exchange
P. KIMBLE,
amr
Baker and Produce Dsalor
HAVING JUST RECEIVED OUR NEW
Spring Stock, we invite I imped I on of
the finest (-election of
KnicllHhi
8rotch, Gentian,
and American
H»-SUITINGSI
Ever nil-own In New Westminster. We
Imve secured the services of MR. HUGH
O'HAGAN,n practical Cutterwlioligs iiml
inngexperlenee In London, Paris, und the
leading eastern cities, and forn GOOD PIT
and artistic Btyle wo defy competition,
mh20tc THOS. WALSH.
H. KELLS,
Manufacturer A Importer of
BOOTS AND
J3HOES
Laillca', Kent.',  Hlaan- and I lilhlrru'.
Boots, Slines anil Caller.
Maile to Order and Kopt on Haml.
COLUMBIA S1HEET, ~ »PP. HYACK HAU
NEW WESTMINISTER, B.C.
tnli'to
lien l»r Ite  TtAVELKE'H LIFE u«
^"Mwssaf"a.o.w,'"»'
OFPIOEl-Kerrt. 81ml, New Westmln-
ller, feltc
M, Tour fi bill
LAND SURVEYORS,
Real Estate. Insurance
Commission Agents.
and
HU, UR, ACCIDHT « Mllli-IE INSURANCE
COLUMBIA STREET,
Telephone J8.        NEW WIJHTHIMITIIt.
' itelnto
RAND BROS.
pBAL ESTATE BBOKERf,
tS.,r.y.ma.rt, Collector.,
Aaid laaarsat. AKeiats,
(Mice. »l. VICTORIA! Fort Street,
NEW WEHTHINSTERl Columliia St., opposite Posl Offlce.
VANCOWER.neitiloortoRiui.
nyslrlo Hotel.
BUILDING LOTS lor sale In nll sectlo'is
01 Vancouver and New Westminster City.
FARM LANDS ol superior quality at
Chilllwliack, I'ort  Hammond, Liingley,
Matso.nl,sumns, Mild Hiiy.I.mlnfr'rrl.iiiiil-
Injf, Milu Island, Nortii Arm st I'm River.
Maps and Plan, eihlblleil nnd tlio (ml.
Mt Information furnished nt nil ourofflgoi
'oWo
PITT & CO.,
Real Estate, Mining
AND MONEY BROKERS,
—A»n—
General Commission Ag'ts
VANCOUVER. B. C.
LOANS NEGOTIATED.
teSlte
Notice to the Publio.
rAMKB-MOItlUNilN who has lienn for
I fifteen yearn engaged In the City of
few WeKtmliulor a* Conveyiuiccr, I-iind
ami (Jeiioral Agent, Auctioneer ami Collector of HentJt, mhtH, Ac., hiui reninve-1 Io
Vancouver City. Koliiu had ttofitlUonlbiC
practice In the County and Police Court*;
and im lliu charged were ulwajrs moderate
ho hoped for a rontlniianecoMmhlle confidence, Hill Offices aro oVmrKlr. Wllii-mia
■tore, Vancouver City.
lore, Vancouver Citv.
Vancouver Ciiy. 4th March, l.SWI.
mhfiie
FURNITURE
W. PROTHERO & GO.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE.
REMOVED
*"*-To shop lately occupied by Mr. Darcy,
Columbia Street.
Call and examine our stock and prices
liuf-ire buying.   We can't In- |.\DKKMI<P
In ibo city.  "--•■■     *	
done,
soictc
Repairing of nil kinds neatly
W. PHOTIIEKO A CO.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE CGMP'V.
I Old Broad St. and 16 Pall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSKS k OTHER
Buildings, Goads, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,'
Ships iu I'ort, Harhor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing, Barges anil otlier Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, aad
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OK DAHAOE BT FIRK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
-£1,600,000 STG.
RateB of Premium and every information can be obtained on application to
W. J. ARMSTttOKG,
Agont for New Wwt-minater.
New Stock of
FURNITURE
At tlie Vancouver Store.
rjAVIN(l MOVKPINTO MORE COM*
II moilhniN iiuiu |i*r« and udded it full
lino of
CROCKERY
I am propored infiimlsii hotels find haimr-
ki'i-pi'i-N with -fii)i|ilctt< 0111111.1 on -linn
notice.
nilil7ti' F, W. IIAIIT.
WEBB'S
Everybody says they
are poor, but I have
grown rich by keeping the best articles
in my line, and not,
having two prices but.
treating all alike.
"Vtrjr (-mull I'roflis nnrl quick
Belurm," In my inollii.
GUNS,
Rifles, Itevolrcni, Ammunition, l-'i-diiug
Tackle, and ull other spiirtiii)- goods.
A full line of
BAR FIXINGS,
Including Tumblers,  Fancy  Decanter.-*,
Cards, Dice, Poker Chips; n large
assortment of
OUTLERY,  YANKEE   NOTIONS,
And all other Fancy (loodfl.
Pipes, Tobacco and Clgni'-i, and oilier
lumpi-ninci* |..-MM from n needle up nn anchor, too mention lo '.'mii'ioiiM, nil of
which can he iiiNpi-ctcd at the
HOLE IN THE WALL,
■et, New WeNlniltiNtcr, II. 0.
npltc
W.R. AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
Bononl llonkiBdiso!
A large Assortment of
DRY QOODS
-AND-
GROCERIES
ALWAYS ON HANn.
SSTay and. ITeed
WUOI.KSAI.E AND UETAII-.
WOOD AXD <«U DKUVKttED TO
AMI* PART ir THR CITV.
Wo run two stages dnlly,cxcepl.Sunilnys,
lol'ort Moody, carrying H.M.N, tnnlls,
As no Hojior or tobacco Is used wenan by
temperate Habits and careful cconomy
servothc puhllo at especially low rule*-.
se.'Wie
HURRAH
FOB THE IB!
1'ARTIES EN ROUTE FOR
GRANITE CREEK
SHOULD LOOK AT THK
Er-FBetnll Price List of Goods
-AT-
BEFORE PURCHASING IN VICTORIA.
BACON 15 lols ols per lb
BEANS Sets per lb
SUGAR 9 lo 12 ols. per lb
FLOUR per suck 11.76
STRAP PICKS ouch 18.00
WASHOE PICKS wllh bundle SKU
AXES s;,50 lo 11.75 CDC
SHOVELS 11.26 lo 11.60 e«ob
PttESSED GOLD PANS 11.00each
Oilier Goods at the snine LOW Rates
nlwiiysoii huml.
Hm*i2m JAMES WARDLE.
hROYAL city*^
MERCHANT'S SftUABE,
Columbia St.,    New Wutmintter.
THE RESTAURANT AND SLEEPING
.pnrliiieiiis ure under the iniiimge-
ment of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hold, wlioso
loriK experience Is a sufficient gnnrantee
to trie public.
Board and Inditing bythe duy,,1.00; by
the week, JO. Slllltlo meals, JB els. Minis
at all reasonable liours.
Tb- House (swell lUtodupund very enm-
fortable.  WNo Chinese employed.
TOJLET.
FURNISHED ROOMS WITHIN FIV
minutes walk of tho pont ofllce,
17m him
For pai-tfoul.'irn apply at '
THlH OFFICE.
Thoroughbred Pig.
A PURE BERKSHIRE BOAR tor sal.
weighs m lbs; Is 2 yenrs old.
Apply lo   SHARPE A PAINE,
■"bl7lc Lulu Island.
House to Rent.
COMFOIfl'AUM: DWELLING Oueeif!
Avenue; contains 7 rooms, without-
nouses, Ac. Apply on the premises.
mh27te     MIW. WARREN DeBECK.
COME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLOEN,
HAVING TAKEN POSSESSION OF
the "Temperance House,"fronting
on Ciilumblnnnrl Church streets,opposite
the Eplsoopul Church, and now known
as the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will Rocommodate the traveling public
at the following rates:
Board per duy 51 00
"      "   weok 5 00
StngloMeulK     -ja
Beds ,     jjs
m M.Good accommodation for adiesand
families, myfto
Oxen for Sale.
A YOKE OF LARGE OXEN. WOULD
make food leaders fora loggiji-,- team.
Applyto        JAMEH BANGS.
New Westminster, Nov. 12,1889.
——_____ noUtc
FOR_SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN tho LANG-
ley Saw nnd I'laning Mil); mill in
good order. For particuiiirf* apply on tht
prein lues lo H, WEST,
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JACKSON,
aplStc A HELMGKEN, Victoria.
Shares for Sale.
T",E BRUNETTE SAW MILL, (ownetl
by polleck, Bros, i Co.) bavin" bcek
formed Into n Joint stock conipnny, a limited number of shnrcs are for sale. Fnll
partlciiliiis oil application at the Com*
gally's; pftlco, or on addressing Brunette
nwmlll Co., New Westminster, B. CJ
ll
COMPANY, LIMITED,
Richard  Street.
W WMIR I Ci,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS
IN ALI. KINDS OP
R0U8H AND DRESSED
TEMPERANCE
RESTAURANT
Cor. Mary and Columbia Stt.
MISS RUMERY HAS OPENED A
flrst-clnflN Roardlnt; House und Res*
tuurant In the promises formerly oee
by Mr. W. II. Keary.
Boarders taken by tho day or week, and
fiatronsofthe house secure all the com-
orts of n home.
Meals served at all reasonable hours.
Hot rofft-o tnd light refreshments. Free
reading room attached. Miss Rumen'
personally superintends the cooking.
TERMS MODERATE.
•mhI7tc
THE
i
HASTINGS. B. I.
THIS FIKE AND COMMODIOUS
new Hotel has been recently completed and U furnished with every convenience for the comfort of guests. The
situation and accommodations are unsurpassed on Burrard Inlet, which has become the most fashionable
WATERING PLACE
in British Columbia The prospect is
charming, the sea breezes are invigorat*
fog, ana the facilities for bathing and
boating are excellent. Private Sitting
and Dining Rooms. Suites of apartment* for families or parties. The Bar
ia entirely detatehed from tht main
building.
Firatolau itabliiu* and feed for Hones. Basses to and from New Westminster twice a day.
QEO.
jyS8to
BLACK,
Proprietor.
IMPORTANT NOTICE
I HAVE JUST ItECI*IVBnAr.ARClE
AHKORTMBNT OK
Guns and Rifles
«r Uvi-rj Dr.rrliitl.il,
Where rriiy ouo oitit chooso what lm re
HUlros ill I'UICHS WHIUII THUY HAVK
NKYi'l! I1HKOHK BEEN OFFERED AT.
I111 III nnr t* iMk at Ikm l»f«r- liny
Ing I'lNontirrf.
A FUI.I, STOOK OF
AMMUNITION
Ot Die lieut quality, as low ns It oan
poNhlhly be sold.
Tobacco*
Cigars, Pipes.
AMI
General Merchandise
Hlnliost cash prli-o iiftlil tor nil kinils
of num.
A. QUTMANN,
•210        •mmI'« i.i.ii.i nu
LEMUR
Shingles,
Shakes,
Laths,
Pickets,
Net Floats, Trays
AND ALL KINDS OF
Wood Furnishing for
Canneries,
Doors.
Windows*
Blinds.
Frames.
Mouldings.
Brackets.
Knilings.
Balusters.
Newels,
Plain Is Fr.11.-j * ill Ilndi of
TURNED     WORK
(srtln)
For Sale!
To Farmers, Milkmen and
Poultry Raisers!
USU!% MEAL," fnr fattening Stock
of aU  kinils,
"CHIT KK'E," invalnnble to Poultry Raisers.
teams]   vicro-M mis mu, store it.
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Furnishes all Kinds or Help
Free of Charge.
OUR BUSINESS A«I
DO YOU WANT TO BUY OK HKI.I, A
nii)iiie*«,take a partner, etc,
PICKETING A GO.
OFFICE! Fort Mtrect. bclwi'Pti Douilns
Mill BroilClltnn, VIUTOIIIA, H. 0.   V. 0.
bos tm. mh!7
ESTABLISHED I8S9.
ROBT. DICKIM30U,
BUTCHER,
RMrir IpMiHe tke NlMlal Motel,
NKW WESTMINSTER.
THK LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
iMortmint of «ll ilMorlptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Cotatwtljr oa nmi, Md npplled to Fun-
IUm, BntwnutJ, awl Stuiuboata at tlia
LOWEST P08BIBLE PRICES.
Farms for Sale
ON NORTH Aim OF FIIASEB RIVEB.
TheulnJerslffiioiloltbrsfnrsnlt'PHrtlal-
ly luiproved farms of the following sizes;
00 acres, 80 ncres, IOO acres, IM nores.
For terms, etc., apply ta
Wm- •*■ HOWLING,
'cJ*»c  North Ann.
Business Chance.
UOR BALE; A GENERAL STORE AT
JC one ot tlio Rteninboat LhihUuks on
Fraser River, with « large nnd growing
taettlement adjucciii, FostOfline localed at
tlie«tore; alno, interest In about ffl or70
11,600 this Ih a fine business chunce. Particulars at tliis offlce. nililS
For Sale or To Rent.
THE UNDERSIGNED offen- a Farm (or
for sale or rent. Also. Milch Cowb
and young Cattle, Hogs, und a few younr
Horses. Tliero are suvernl pnlrsofiood
•wen that would make excellent woricini
oxen. AIbo, one of the largest and best
Bulls In the -province. The stock is all
▼ery gentle.
Jf. NICHOLSON,
mnstc Mount Lehman P.O.
FARM FOR SALE OR LEASE
ON THE NORTH km, mm RIVER.
CONTAINING SJfl ACRES, -W* acres of
which are under cultivation, 200 aeres
prairie, the balunce timber.
The land is situated six miles fate Ner.
WflBtmlnBterand ui.oui tliemimedistance
from Vnncouvcr City.   Will be soiu olther
In ono or two lots to suit purchasers,
For terms apply to
, JAMES MILLER,
relate Norlh Arm, Fraser River.
FOR_SALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
3 MILES FROM LADNER'S
Landing, on the Trunk Wagon
Road; twoothci roads runningthrough
the premises.  Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,
delate Ladner's Landing.B.C.
HO I roR GRANITE GREEK
The Driard House
18 THE BEflT HOUSE TO STOP AT ftf
8MNITE CITV.
ifie
IIRST-CI.ABS ACCOMMODATION, Mid
tlie Table supplied Willi every possl-
rlellcaey.   Tile hotel Is under llic per?
■on.il mmiHgi'mi'iil of Hie welMtiiomi
r'literer, B. P, lloyee.
BOVCE *• CAinNS.
mlifllo rmprletora.
Fish, Fruit, (iamc and Vegetables or all kinds.
HALT WATER FIIH, SALT BAL-
MO*.', HALT HBHRIltCI, HA1.MON
BK1.I.IKH, SMOKKD tALHUN.
FRESH SALMON EVERV DAY
All purchases delivered In tin- Clly tree
of charge.
1011 mil A MTRIJKT.
fiwrj Man to bis own Businf ss
PB*\C--|CAL
CHEMISTADfflJGGIST,
COLUMBIA  STREET
(opr ootomAi, botiih,
NKW  WHSTMJNStPUR,  ;B. ,0.
ft'ilclui' rrnerlptldiii ind fto%.
Ill stteittt s Sperlaltj.
N. B. —.Only Genuine Drugs used,
Ov.r.twfiitv VMr.'-iperience.    mr2*l
J. G. BUNTE,
Importer antl IViUorin
First-Glass HB
*prlH(i »»•*. Wool .ad ll raw
Hatlr..... I. or<«r.
BI»nkots,Chnral«r Bets, Window Bluvles,
..ttinK, Wall l*.per,
I«I1KVU.,\>U«II
Oil Cloth.,
Briskets,
Hi
nl Cki«, Flower Pots,
niinj BmSm., Men
Frames, Brackets,
nnalnir Bnikela, Pl-Mns,
rines, Braokels,
Baby fiirrlngcs, etc,
. rtmat, rnu.nl a>< ■rp.MM *'.'
I. .rtttr. Also,
Undertikino; Embalming • •p.cl.lly,
Pleaee give us a call before imrcliusina
elMwhere,    _     _ 1, lt.JSVtitt%
nplfe-
slie Posl Offlce, (
jlumbla HUeet,
'I'stnilnslcr. Y0*1
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.*
, New Map T. R. Pearson & Co.
Concert. .Relormed Episcopal Church
Storage, etc Fraser & Peters
Granite Creok... .T. R, Pearson * Co.
Sale by Tender. .Turner, Beeton & Co.
$he ftritish Columbian.
ftammiiy Mdrnlnit. April 84, 1**6.
The Irish Reform Bill.
, ■ Whatever may lie the fnto of Mr.
Gladstone's scheme of homo rulo
for Treland, no one ean doubt tlmt
this or some other similar measure
will puss sooner or later. It is
idle to say thut the scheme proposed
involves the dismemberment °* t-1(-
empire. Air. Gladstone seems to
have sufficiently guarded that point,
and we believe that whenever the
principle of self • government lias
been conceded to Ireland, there
will lje found no more loyal subjects
in the empire. Mr. Parnell once
intimated that separation was the
only thing that would satisfy the
nationalists; but he has cordially
accepted Mr. Gladstone's remedy,
mid it distinctly preserves the rights
of the imperial crown in Ireland.
One thing is certain—uo British
premier after this will dare propose
a return to coercive measures in the
government of Ireland. But the
country can be governed only by
severe measures or by concessions
that will give home rule—and that
ia what Mr. Gladstone has proposed.
The Irish would never endure coercion, and any attempt to enforce it
would make for them many friends
in England and Scotland. There
is, then, nothing left but some form
of home rule for Ireland.
The Hallway Lands.
On Wednesday we quoted from
the Ottawa   Oit'uen Mr.  Homer's
speech on Mr. Shakespeare's motion
for correspondence in relation to the
delay in opening to settlement the
lands in the railway belt.    Referring to this speech, wliich seemed
to us very extraordinary under tlie
circumstances,  we  suggested   that
the report might possibly have been
inaccurate.     The Hansard of that
date, however, shows the report lo
have Iwen substantially correct    In
order that the matter may be clearly
understood we shall give the substance of the remarks given by the
two  BpeakerH   who   preceded Mr,
Homer.    In moving the resolution
Mr.   Shakespeare   referred   to the
agreement made two years ago between the federal government and
the government of British Oolumbia known as thc settlement bill,
one clause of whioh contained the
provision that "the government of
Canada shall, with all convenient
speed, offer for sale the lands within the railway belt upon the mainland upon liberal terms to actual
settlers." In fufilment of this agreement, Mr. Shakespeare pointed out,
very little seemed to be done up to
the present time.   The lands were
still practically withheld from settlement, and persons who had already  located  as   actual   settlers
were unable to obtain titles to their
lands.   He was informed that there
were on record at the Dominion
government   agent's   office   about
3,000   applications, and   that not
oue of these applicants had recoived
satisfaction.    While the provincial
government   had   carried  out   its
part of the agreement to the very
letter, the   failure   of  the federal
authorities  to  comply witli their
part had been the cause of many
settlers leaving tho province, and
the development of the country had
been  retarded,     Hon. Mr. White
replied to these remarks by saying
that the papers asked for would be
brought down      He proceeded ns
follows;
] may say tliat I regret as much us
the hon. gentleman doe-*, the ik-laya that
have taken place.   I believe that immediately after the lands were handed over
to the Dominion government an utiicer,
formerly in the employ of the govern*
ment of British Columbia, Mr. A'ikman,
was appointed aa our agent at Vancouver
to look after the lands on the mainland.
He has been engaged hn making copies
of the pre-emption records and Biirveya
.   in the offices of the provincial govern
ment in Viotoria.   Latterly some mis
take, I believe, occurred in connection
with these copies, but they were rectified,
and the laat fnformatioa I have was that
the local minister specially charged with
these matters, owing to the commencement of settlement, was unable to find
time to certify, as he required to do,
these plans for the use of thc agent.   1
may aay, Mr. Speaker, that I have, within a sUort time put, about four weeks
ago, given instructions to our agent at
Victoria tt once to remove to New West*
minster where he would be of more eiu-y
access to oettlera who desired to get their
patents, and   that  arrangements were
made through the Department of Public
Worka for the use, by a oounle of officers,
of one of the public buildings at that
point.   Communication with British Cnl-
umbla, as yoo are aware, Mr. Speaker,
is f till not »*y rtpU and I hre not yet
answer tttolW.Ttatoh or Mr.Aik.
nun ae to whether the tatter lias moved.
I iim ih oVly^xpectttioii of tiesiving an
answer to my communication with iir.
Tmtoh.   I ttgfrt touch ;%t Iwiinot
able last fill lo have'gone to British Columbia mywlf w «■ to make mmrir-jr abont
these mnttew *» the spot, where, I believe, mow information coo be obtained
than is possible by letter.   Mv intention
is, if parliament wntinnesiu confidence
to«(nndmyllfeis.»Md,inadditon
to  iroinff  to  some other parti of the
Mnik. which t was not tfdt •*
hia, and on the apot try to »£«*
arrsnfem«-)f ai nay tollltote the im-
mediate settlement of all these matters
in which settlers are interested, so that
they may get their lunds at once, I cau
assure the hon. gentleman that every
effort will be made to accomplish that
result at the earliest moment, and that
the officer is now under instructions to
remove to Westminster, where he will be
of more easy access to settlers who desire
their laud.
After a question by Mr. Baker
and an answer which does not affect
the point, Mr. Homer said:
The policy.pursued by the government
in relation to land in the railway belt of
Itrltisii Columbia has been, although one
ot delay, the moans of placing those lands
in tbe hands of actual settlers, a result
which, I think, we all hope may be scoured hi other parts of the Dominion
where a large quantity of public lands is
now held By the government. If a different policy, or a more hasty policy,
had been pursued by wliich those lands
would have heen put on tho market for
sale, the probability is they would now
have been in the hands of n few speculators, and that result would have proved
very detrimental to thc settlement of the
province. No doubt there are some
grievances, and I would like tu know
where there are not some land grievances
at the present time, and British Coium-
liiu cannot expect to be exempt; but,
whatever those grievances arc, I feel confident that under the energetic administration of the Minister of the Interior
they will be tipeedily removed.
It seems, therefore, beyond question that Mr. Homer did express
thu opinion that the delays in opening up the railway lands to settlement have been a benefit to the
country. While the provincial gov
eminent has boen urging the Dominion to fulfil its promises in respect to the opening of these lands;
while every newspaper and almost
every corporation in the country
has been clumoring for the same
thing; while people by hundreds
have been leaving the country because no one could tell them when
a title would issue for these lands,
and hundreds have been prevented
from coming to tlie country at all
for a similar reason; Mr. Homer
tells the house of commons that if
these delays had not occurred the
result would probably have been
injurious to the interests of the
province, because the lands might
have fallen into the hands of speculators! If this view is correct, the
federal government had better be
nsked to keep the lunds locked up.
If they were in danger of falling
into the hands of speculators during the past two years, does not the
same danger still existl We cannot imagine what could induce our
representative to make such a palpable mistake in a matter of such
vital importance especially to the
district he was elected to represent.
His statement is in direct conflict
with every public statement wo
have ever heard or read on the subject, and we are quite sure it will
not meet with the endorsement of
his constituents.
CONCERT.
k CONCHUTWILLBKU1VF.N IK TIIE
-V   Reformed f.|>hri>i>-il «lum-h, nn
Wednesday Eve'g, April 28th,
When nn excellent. Programme will be
prcKcnteU.
■HooMnpen at IM; coiieoi-t coiniiiencen
nt. 8. Tie It-'I*- :.(» els., im-Iii-tiug refreshment. !Map2l
To be Soid by Tender.
Separate Tenders will he Invited for
the Stock of Messrs, Trapp Bros,
of Sew Westminster*
No, 1-rThe stock, pi Dry Goods, Olatlilng,
Ac, nntl ilxtnr-'s in that department.
No. 2—Tho stock of Hurdwaro, Pulnle,
Oils, Ae,, ii mi fixtures iu lhat flepartmont.
TERMS CASH or approved security.
Tenders to bis delivered (itolir oflico OH
nr -n'fove 10 o'clock, May 3rd*, 188(1.
The lowest, or any teiulcrtiot necessarily
■accepted,
TUHN'EK, BRETON A CO,
np-HId Victoria-
STORAGE^
FORWARDING!
WE ARE NOW l'l.EPARED TO HE-
oelve, store, and attend to Forwarding ("mods from
HOPE TO GRANITE CITY.
tlie lowest rates.'
Fraser & Peters.
Hope, H.C., April 22, ]8Stl. 2liip!',m
Granitp Creek!
Giving Description and Map of
Granite Creek and Similkameen Country.
Designed for the uso of the Emigrant,
Tourists, Sportsmen and QolU-seckers.
■PBIOB, 25 CTS.
For snle hyT. It. PRAR80X & CO.
New Westminster mid Vancouver,
jipaile.
Scotch Gathering.
THK THIRD ANNUAL GATHERING
and Spurts of the Cnledonlnn nud Bt.
Andrew's Soclelv will lie held lu this City
on tho FIRST DAY OF JULY, next.
!ilnp2m   	
Notice to Shippers I
ALL FREIGHT I'OR AND CONSIGN-
ed to tlio nnd ers is tied for Hope from
Itlis date (April lilt hi must hi> shipped by
.1[AMIW VfARI'Le,
A Judge ina Fix.
Winnipeg, Apr. 13.—A curious base
is occupying the legal and judicial mind
of thia city. Hie lordship, W. Wall-ridge, the chief justice of tho court df
Qucen'a bench, is sitting aa a royal
en ni mission investigating the charges
against thc Manitoba premier, and as
such he has been adversely criticised
by the Free Press, a newspaper which
has printed an editorial plainly insinuating that the commissioner ia favor*
able to the leader of the government
in his rulings and decisions. It frankly
asserts ita belief that tbo commissioner
is moved by partisan considerations,
and that, in consequence, the trial will
come short of public expectation and
of justice. Such comment concerning
the chief justice or either of hiB associate justices on the Queen's bench in
reference to hia or their judicial acts
would be contempt of court of tho moat
extreme charaoter and would be punishable by imprisonment without the
option of a fino, and, further, it would
be thc duty of the. judge thtu criticised
to summon the offending editor beforo
him and summarily administer such
punishment, but in the present instance
the chief justice, sitting on the authority of the lieutenant governor in council as a roynl commissioner, and not ns
the presiding judgo of the highest
court of the province, may bo freely
criticised iu thc lattor capacity. There
does m>t seom tu be any law, English
or Canadian, that protects u judgo
from newspaper criticism, except when
acting under hia commission as such,
and tho chief justice is puzzled over
the case. He held a conference with
his three associates ou the bunch privately to-dny, and it is reported that
they cuuld not agree upon the point at
issue. I id ii; viug that the position it
Ihib taken is tenable, the free Press
haa renewed the attack, so that Roino
action on the part of tho chief justice
is unavoidable.
RYDER & GIBSON,
PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS
HOPE, B. O.
HAVING JUST OPKNKD-n flnit-elM
llliicksinlth Hhop nt Hope,the un
denslRued licit lo solicit a share of publio
piiironnge,
All worlc enl nislod to them will he done
In flrsl'clnss style, and at lowest current
ratoti.                      RYDER A GIBSON.
mhlTto	
NOtlOB.
Dissolution oC Pai'tnershli).
THR PAItTNAHStillP HITHERTO EX
Istlnji between SI. Clair Ulael;ett,anil
Itobt. K.tiilisini, lining business lit Lim-;-
lev under the llrm name of Maokett A
l'ill-son, has this dav been dissolved by
mutual consent, Mr. Glbaon retiring in
favor of Fred. O. While.
The business will bo continued under
the tlrm name of Rlaekelt & White, who
■isiiune all Ihe liabilities of the late llrm,
nml lo whom :tll debts due them must be
paid.
ST. CLAIR BLAOKETT,
It. E. GIBSON,
FRED. U. WHITE.
M.McIveu, witness.
Langley, 11.0., April ltrth, 1B80.   21ap2t
PY/EMIA
l- ilie inostiviriili'ii: fuHil of b)n»d>polson
In.'. Li** Hpt-Mltly fiitul. but not less ccp-
tnlnly sc, it Ihu vitiation uf the Mood of
which tin; lirst symptom-; are Pimples,
Biles, Hulls, nnd OnttuiooitH Eruption*. When tlid lniiil of Scrof illn jjrins
w.iriiin :ofll.stii'eM!|ii'e|jy(.uehiinlieiilioriH,
ii > Hum should he lost in iisinir Aykr's
s.uisaimhii.i.a, Ihu onlv perfect mid rell-
"■■ino for Ihu [nirlfienlloti of the
hi !.
SCROFULA
|j tt foul coniiplioll III lhe hlood lli:it lots
otll all Hie iniK'litiicry of life. Nothing
wi 1' 1-iiilU-tdo It from the system mul pre-
\*tr   f.s Iriitisiiilmloit   to  otlVpriiig hut
Wr.itti .-■<•■ in\paim.t.A. Tliis prrpiira-
linn I i!-iihe only one that will cleuiiso
Mi*   i-it-nd of Mn-i-urinl poison uud the
.Mil of Co nt-it-joint Ols'-asea. Imiiovcr-
iii tilM U productiveio(
AN/EMIA,
.', I... IpIipiI rntlrlM rn InillPllteilliy PMIIll
!•':•'«, riui't'lil Muscled, Hlmtteretl
..... os, nnrl Molnni'lioly. Its lint
.rn ,i.ii." nro Wonknena, Languor,
... ii i .uirvo Force,nml Mental De*
|.'-.:..n. Iir pnlirw, lllli'lil'i'kl'il. Ir'lllls
in'.! nblv tn IihiiiiIIv nr ilnnlll. 'Voinpn
fri'iin. in Iv i nl in' finjii II. Tlio mil)' nirill-
.liu Hull,' whilo iMrlfvliiR Hm blnoil, on-
il'hr'. IMflili nowvlinllt!', mul InvlgoralM
I lie u Itrilir systom, Ifl
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
rnuriiiKi' liv
D I .Tl C. Ayor tt CO., Lowell, TlIaM,
jolil by all Druggists: Price Hi
Six liottles for **>.
ZINCOGRAPHY.
F|ARE NOW PREPARED TO RE*
produce hy the Zlneo proee-is,
Illustrations, Haps ui Portraits
At HALF the COST of "Wooil Engravlngd.
W
BOX BRANDS.
We are alao prepared to mnke Zlnco
Box IlninilH, nlreaily mounted on curved
Iron plaio ready to print by tho box factories,   l'rlco Si» eticli.for tuith end and
Hide hriindn. Address
PALMER A REY,
ln.i and 407 Niinsnni-- Street
17np8m Han Francisco, Cal.
"NOTICE.
A ni
HAY.tl
B^-THAT'-^e
COURT OF REVISION wil I he held in
the Council Chiimbereoii WEDNEH-
 ', tlio lllth dny of MAY, 18.%. at three
o'clock In thc afternoon, to hoar com*
plalntH (If iinyl ngalnst tlio Assessment
Roll of the Mini lei pul Ity of the City of
New Westminster for 1886.
Ry order,
A.J. ALPORT, C.M.C.
New Westiniuster, ir-th April, 18811.
 np!7tc
In the Supremo Court cf British Columbia
in the flood* or RKHAKD MHfillTOS,
decease-It
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
all persons Indebted totholatc Rich*
nrd Dclt-tilon. formerly of Yale nnd tlie
Cltvnf New \\'o*-liiilosU'i-, deeensed.orlo
the llrm of DoiitflusA lu-ishton, of whieh
the said ilecf-nseil wus n partner, are requested to pnv the amount of thulr Indebtedness to tho iimlersiKiied forthwith, iiml
all person's having nnyolnlm ngalnst tlio
estate of suld deceased or against said
tlrm nre ivt-ueslnd to fnnilsh particulars
thereof, duly verified, within one mouth
from this date.
Dated'JOtli April, 1880.
BENJAMIN IX)UOI.AH,
Or WILLIAM  TKAOUE,
New Westmlnsler,
ap21m      Executors of llic above Estnte.
A BY-LAW
To Amend the Itrveuiie ily-Uir, IMHlt,
BE IT ENACTED RY THE MAYOR
and Counell of the Corjioratlou of the
City of New Westminster ns follows:
1. The tenth elnuse or section of the
Schedule to the said Revenue By-Law.
1883,18 hereby amended by striking out
the figures$10.00 therein and Inserting the
figures SSi.oo In Hen thereof.
2. This Bv-Law may bo cited ns Tho
Hawkers and Pedlers License By-luw,1886.
By-law reud tho third time'nnd,ttnally
pnssed the Municipal Council the twelfth
day of April, A. 1). IKStL
Reconsidered and adopted and the seal
ofthe Corporation appended hereto thin
nineteenth day of April, A. I). 1886.
.,-*_,. H. DICKINSON,
\ L.B. f Mayor.
-r-'1    A. J. ALPORT, C.M.C.
'2Iap2t 	
Canadian Pacific Railway,
WHARF AT VANCOUVER CITY.
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED UP
to noon,on
HATIUUIV, MAY IM,
FOK
DrlTlng Pllen for Wharf In Coal
Harbor.
Specifications can be seen at t lie General
Superintendent's ofllce, Vancouver, or nt
tbe Engineer's Offlce, Hastings, after Prl-
dny.Strdlnst.
Tlie lowest or nny tender nol necessarily
accepted.
II. ABBOTT.
Generul Superintendent.
!., April 3
np'iltd
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS!
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
WANT.
Sew lap!
$1.25 -°F™'!- $1.25
DISTRICT OF
JUST ISSUED IIY
Price, $1.25.
Has imported from London, Kng.,
a largo stock of
The Lutes' Shapes nnd Fashion.
Trimmed and Untrimmed
HATS,
Feathers,  Flowers,
fsjtiAijnteillniBostsiic, ;
mm; stkameii
"SARDONYX,"
Will s ill from Hun Francisco,
Monday, April 26th,
Carrying Frolglil nnrl l'lissongci's foi'
VIOTORIA,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
And NANAIMO.
... .iOW 1IAKR11,
Or II. HAUNDEUS,
Or  I. OIJTT1-,
JHK Orllfrinilii St.. Sim Eraliclsco.
       maphv	
d. s. cms i co.
. .   Wholesale und Retail
Tliis Mnp has lieen produced nt
groat cost, nnd gives a vast nmount
of informntion never before available respecting the most important
district in the Province.
The new Map shows the latest
surveys, the Intest roads, the line of
the O. P. R. nnd extensions nnd
branches.
BUY A COPY.
punr.isHED nv
RAND BROS.
Real  Estate, Insurance una
financial Agent*,
NEW WEsMtltfSTER, IfA'tft'lUVEIt
ANI) VrOTOTilA.
POR SALE AT
T. R. Pearson & Co's
NEW WESTMINSTER AHD VANCOUVER.
: ■' ''I'lMtc: ■   ' u
DRUGGISTSI
New Westminster, B. C.
mhlOtc
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERYMAN ft DKAI.KItIN
Fruit ami Ornamental Trees
Ladner'8 Landing, B. O.
mHE smtsi'UIiiKli WISHES TO IN-
I     f.n-m lln- iti-m-leuf Itrltisii l-oliiiiiblii
tiiitt holiaaeBlnbllRliodfl Nmscrvnt l.ud*
nt-r'K I.iin.lHiR, nml 1" iiicpiiivit to till
nil (niters tm-   1-Yiill    I'ici-s,  tlnmim-ntul
Trnos, Bhrubbory, vine--:, snmil KrultH.
Ac. '1'rotw Imporrioil or iiome grown ae*
conl I nu Lo thc wishes of (•UNlomora. Tlm
snl'-siTii-i-r Iiiik Iiml a thrnoimh pnictleal
tmlnlttg in tho limlnoM, ami having n
ticNiiiitii'iit s-iiikp in the country lt lslilB
intcri-stto-Ji'iil fiilily wllh the public. Hv
will wnlt.upon the viirlouit townmuul net*
Mi'incnt*-. shortly, uml nil (inters will hnve
hlHiierminnl utbnitloti.
tiiil2tc F» HUTCHEHHON,
JUST'WHAT'S WANTED^
JI Nursery at Port Hammond.
UPON l-KAKNIN.J THK (JURAT PA-
cllltli'S In this 1'iovlm-nfortlio growing of nearly nil kind* of Fruit, nml ulncc
mv unlvnl here from Ontario, whore.
fruit-growing linn now nttaltfqB to sueh
perfeet Ion, I ut oner snw tlir nreeNHity lor
having ii nursery loenteil here, whore tlio
beetle coil til tfopend on g-'iUng Bpo-L
thrifty, well-formed trees ns woufil ho
mil table tor orchards In sueh ii fmlt-gniw*
lug country ns thin Is destined to be, Inktomi of donciidlng for thoir proiluellotis
on Riinh a eles* of trees a* have been
brought In lioroofluto.
Huving hud n thomni'li experience In
thoNtimery bii«ltn*sH in Ontnrln, nud the
nhlpp1npofnpploi*todM|i'i-eiilpiir;.-iof thin
eiintliioiit nnd Grent Htllaln, I feel perfect
(•unfldeiiee in siiyllijf lhat I will hn nblo to
supply the people wllh sueh I roes nnd
varieties uf fruit as WlH yield thnn crent-
esl prollt- I tlioroforo have obtutiH'd from
W, .1. Hnrris tn th* muiilelimllly of Mnplo
RldgO- near Port Hmntnoiid. ,. piece of
land OHpoolnlly adapted lo tho growing of
thriftv trees nml Iho forming of fibrous
roots so essenl lal in young trees fori runs-
(ilantlng. I am now propnrlin* the soil
or tho reception of my young trees, rnol-t,
etc,, this fall. I hnve to return to Ontario
in about two month" totitrongo iny nmilrs
tor coming out horo. Any onu who Is pre*
pnring to put out fruit or oruaii^'iitnl
tri-i-ii »f nnv Kind, ir they will cominunl-
cato.wlth me hero, 1 will give iliem BUoll
Informntion im thuy may require; am)
should tbey entrust me with tiny orders
for this full or next spring delivery, I.will
bring tlicm together with my own stock,
bv throiif-h ear on lhe C. P. K., aelussof
trios of which J hope soon to hou many
in this i-ountry. G. Wl HKNUY.
port Uuiuinoiid P.O. np2Im
Henderson Bros,
Agents for tho Canadlin FaelQc
Xavlsallon Co.'s Steamers,
—aijso—
STORAGE,    FORWARDING,    AND
PURCHASING AGENTS,
HOPE, B. O
SAVING   BUH.T   A  GOOD   WARE-
HOUSE, wo nro prepared to recelvo
hton-freight.   Merchants and traders
In tlio
KIUNITK MINING DISTRICT
would do well by urrtinglug with us to
[•reive uud forward their goods, mirex-
perlcnce In tho bnslnoan nnd tho iidvant*
ngos wc have enable <is to guirapU-e entire satlsfnetlon. Aflre-proof safe In onr
ofiiee. Awaiting your demnndH, wo ro'
miiln, yours respectfully,
iipaml! HENDEItHON BttOH.
AGKNTHFOU THK
Canadian PnciflvNaviptlon Co.
MONUMENT
niHB UNHRHBIONKI) HAM BEEN AP*
J pointed MintlnBMtlSh Columbia for
tliese beautiful monuments. Full pnrtic-
ulanai to prices and de*-|gns on application. t.'HAN. .1. UOBSON,
. At Mr. 0. O. Major's storo, Columhla fit.
_jnh8lk'
EASTERI
A KINK COLLECTION OK
CUT IN RiTIS!
BRITISH COLUMBIANS
Bound East
WILL INS1IHK
SAFETY, SPEED,
COMFORT & ECONOMY
To all Eastern Points,
BY TAKING THE
Northern Pacific
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE AND
ST. PAULRAILWAYS.
ROBT. IRVING,
Agent 0. R. & N. Co.
Offlee-C, r. N. Co'« Building, Wlinrf Ht.
"Omtllm
SALE OF VALUABLE
TERMINAL
Also, ii ijootl Assortment of
Jerseys,   Capes,
Dolmans,
Jackets,
As lnt.fi in fashion, cheap aiid good
as lo be had in B, 0.
Kerr & Co's X. H. T. 200-jil. fl-cord
Spools- .10f. per dozen.
We keep a stock of
WOOLS
OF ALL KINDS,
-ALSO',-
Gents' Furnishings
At tht* cnimm-'iic-jtm-nt uf nnother
Spring we tnko litis opportunity to
thank tlio public for punt favo.is, nnd
hope for ii continuance of Iho name.
Globe House
WM. RAE,
^Canag-er.
.Columbia Stiiket,
New Wkstjunhtek.      ti|i3tc
WM, UUHKIB.
PACIFIC
CIltfJIBIA STREET.
New Westminster, B. C.
UKAI.KKS IN
Farm Products,
Iho, manufacturers  of Ihrnesn,
Saddler--, Tinware, Coiiperage,
ist., tie.,
SHIPPING    AND   CHMMI88ION
MERCHANTS,
Chilliwhack, B.C.
TTAVK POUHALE-
Ono Fnrm. containing :i-:« iimrns. jinrtly
Improvwil; witli two yoko Oxen,on« Plow,
ono Harrow, ono Wagon.   l'rlco, Jl,tKHM>0.
One Hpan hoavy Work HorKOs*. Prlco-
3'H>.00.
Onu 8)HUi lilat'lt Driving IIorsfcH. Price—
$250.00.
Ono I'latform H|irlng Wagon, Ptlco—
811(1.00.
Two Blngle Top Buggies, Price oacli-
(100.00.
Ono Open Hlnulo Haggy.   i'rlco-SOO.00.
l-'or lull -'iiri.lriiliir.-s-ialloii «c aildrcHH
nfiOnifl
TIKNDRRHON' BROH..
, Clillil\vhHrlt,ri.C.
-AT-
T.R. PEARSON &C0;8,
Hn f astmi&ster ul Mi,
njiilUI
New Westmlnsler, foul Harbor
and Seattle Rome.
THE STKAMEII
w
(.1. W. TARTE, MaMor.)
ill Leave REArrLR every
Mimilny llornhif* nt 1 o'clock, lor
Xew WcmtmltiHter and Conl Harbor, via
Port TowriBond and tho Inlands; arrives at
Now WcBtminHtor on Tuesday forenoon,
leaves for Coal Harbor about fourlionm
afterwards- leaves COAL HARBOR Tue»»
day SUM for SonlIU-.
rare to Meattie. **.*>
t rfl ibt per lon. 4.W
Bpoolftl ratci to mcrelianlK.       npldle
REIMIMIE,
HAVING PDRC.HAPBD the'HUofc
smithing husiacBs lately carried on
by W. R. Lewis, ani! the Pao'lfltj Carriage Works, can-led on by Johnstone k
Smith, we are prepared to manufacture
all kinds of
Farm Wagnos,
Carriages,
Phaetons-
Buggies,
Express Wagons,
Drays, Carts,
Stages,
Antl everything in the vehicle line,
on tiie shortest notice nnd at reus-
ointble prices.
We also keep in stock the above
articles, ttnd nil kinds of Wagon
imd .Carrirgo Material.
Repairing Painting k Trim
tiling done at reasonable prices,
BLACKSMITHINC
In all ils lininulii'B. Farmers', Log.
gtrrs', Mill anil Contract Work, and
Horseshoeing undertaken; Agricultural Implements, and everything
in the l.ln.ltsinith line minle to order.
We also keep in stook to supply
the trade,—Iron, Steel, Cumberland
OobI, Ohnin, Horso and Ox Shots,
Steel and Iron Harrow Teeth, Harrows, Springs, Axles, and a complete
stoek of Carriage Hardware
Having secured flrsl-cluss workmen, «'i! feel confident of giving satisfaction.
All material and work leaving
lhe shop will ho guaranteed first-
class. Ord?rs from tho country
promptly uttended to.
mli3te     REID it 0UB1UE.
'IT'TE OF HMWIUAN MICHAUD, DECEASED
TENDERS
WILL BB RECEIVED BY THE HEV.
J. M. McQUCKiN, O. M. I., the Ail-
mlnlstrator of tho Estate, to leaildresHe-)
to him at the City of New Westminster,
up to SATURDAY, the 21th April now In-
stant.for the pnrehaw of the following
lands:
Subdivisions 3, _ I, fi.B,7,M, 10,11,12,
IS, H,lianil 16 of l-ot m, Group 1, Now
Westminster Diltrlct, ench subdivision
nonialnlnR S acmi, esclnttive of roadways
which divide and bound tbe pr'*,-titty. -
Subdivisions 1, 2, 3, 4. 8,B.7,8,10,11,12,
18,14,15 and 16 of Lot 119, Group 1, New
Westminster District, of the same aureaKe
an tbe former itibdh-lsioiiH, c-coliulvt? hIko.
of the roadways.
Plans of the subdlvlsloiiN of I-otn :t!ll and
119 have been tiled In the Land Registry
Offlce, New Westminster, showing also
the dividing and boundary roads.
TOWN OF HARTINGS-IiOl* 2, 8 and 1
(except a small piece of I.ot2,sold to W.
tt.Lowls). Upon tills proporty In creeled
the Hastings lintel, together with other
buildings,
AL80--Lots .r>,fi, 7,18 1 :tt of the suld
Town of Hastings.
NEW WESTMINSTER CITY-Lot ...
Hlock 17, on which Is erected a new HoiiKe
with seven roontH-thard-flnlslictl, with all
the latest Improvements, sltuatetl on Columbia Htroet.
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.
The following Farms:—
Lot 809, Group 2, contain I ng 258 acres.
IM30'),Uronp2,eontulning ltKucrcx,
Lot ;B, Group 2, eontainlug aw acres.
These properties atljoln, forming cither
ono farm or more.
Tenders mny be
wliole, or for any portion or portions.
No tender necessarily accopted,
For particulars an to title or otherwise,
nppllcatlon may be made to
THEODORE   DAVIE,
Victoria,
W. NORMAN HOLE,
New Westminster,
Or to Messrs. CORBOULD dt McCOLL,
New Westminster, Solicitors for parties
concerned, ap7td
ALBION
MARBLE WORKS
JAMKS fisher, Proprietor.
MONUMENTS, HEAD .STONES, TOM BS,
TABLETS AND CROSSES, FURNITURE MARBLE, Ac.
Persons living at n distance, by sending
a description ot what they wish, enn have
design*, price--, etc., furnished on application. All work RUitmntced equal to nny
on tho Paoifio Const, nnd at reasonable
rates.   N, 11,—Xo agents employed.
Gordon Street, Victorin, B. C.
JOHN S. COX,
Importer and Dealer in
I tNOLUDINQ
WHITES I.RGIIOHKS,
BROWN kEGllOKlaS,
PLYMOUTH HOCKS,
llA.VUSHAKIJS,
While Cv..le«l Blnok Polanil.,
Guillen KiiivIh,   Ron.,, Ducks,
Willi. 1'ikln Dncka.
Pit Gnnic, IIouiIriih.
vjuBlrtln'anil I^r-'rr Rlimilierl nt luw nrti-s,
antl nil stock giinuiiitctrif.
Boyal Avenue, Enst of llouglns Bt.
  mlijttc
VANCOUVER
—AKD—
Stationery
STORE,
Granville, B. I.
T1PEU&C0
Books,
Stationery,
Fancy Goods,
Musical Instruments,
Newspapers,
toys, &c.
It will lw tin aim of the manager of
the Pioneer Book and .Stationery Store
to conduct Imiinet* upon auoh ptindplN
m will aeoun and retain tlie confiilence
ami patronage of the people of
Burrard Inlet.
Article! not in itoek will be procured
with the utmoet deapateh
Prioaa WiU be found aa low aa anywhere elae in the Province.
Kcwflpipen and Ferlodlcali mp-
plied promptly.
H8K AND UFK  1N81IRAN0E
In FlntClawCompanica.
ON ANI) ABTKR 1st APRIL, I WILL
sell at and under cost, for cusli,
MY WHOLE STOCK,
DRV QOODS, CLOTHING, HATS,
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
OROOKERY, GLASSWARE,
SILVER AND PLATED WARE,
LAMP STOOK,
SHOVELS, ROPE, Etc
Thin In n clonlnK mil snip, mul tlu? EOml.
lliUBIljo .ItauniHHl of. A fi'W rrporl Nli'kel
uml Wnlnuf Hhrnv CJiisos nl low nrti's. Dp.
llvory pnrljlinnicKH, hnvsrr povorn, ,tp„nt
hnlf prlup.
Tlunie Itulebteil In innvill plpnseobserve
tlint. Inin ploslnn out, nml novprn tlipm.
selvpsnpponllugiy.
ii-hl'ti' C, (1. MAJOll.
It yon w«nt anything In tlia above
lluea, call at or addrea tha Floneer Pook
and Stationery Store.
JAS. Z. HALL.
MANAOKR.
Oranvllle, llumrd Inlot,       n22to
W. IRVING. F. RTIIAHAN
IRVING & STRAHAN,
(or. It ft-hi*' iiiiiI < olninltlii Mn.
FURNITURE
MANUFACTURERS,
UPHOLSTERERS
8|irlnj- and Wool MitllresBos ami
Bedding nlwiiyn ok linnd.
HAVK ON HAND TllE
L4IMJI.S1  AXD BUT 8TOIK Or UK.
mii :iu nv tiii: iui\i,asii.
EBtlinntps fnr Otllpo mill Storp FlltlnifS.
. • ilefito
-1'UACTICAI.-
Has Juat received tor the Holidays n Hue
assortment ol Gold nml Silver
JEWELRY
GENTS'
BOLD & SILVER WATCHES
Ladles Size Swiss (told Watches
from JJ2S to $55,
Ladles Size American Stein-
winding Gold Watches, at
$82.00.
KKHEHUKB-We do not sail "filled"
Watirhes aiid Jewelry aa solid gold.
Onr gootl, are guaranteed just as represented, and prices lower than any
other house in ll. C.
COLONIAL 1ILOCK,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B   C.
The Colonial
BOOTtSHOE
STORE,
Colonial Hotel Building,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Wm. Ross
IMI'OllTBTt AND DEALER IN
BOOTS and SHOES
Tke Vrcncli ],cnolr,(inotljo:ir, I'liik-
rrlou. Uochriiiic, InssHs ts Go,,
Ktmt* lloldcn and Sinter
Douti nnd Shorn.
T ADIEU AND OENTI.EMEN AHE UE-
lj  Mlrpplfrllly Invllprl topnll mill PMlin-
I IIP llir'K!ni']l.
I llrrvp nltirri.li linni] the
wot<ii.< ivmii*. iuiiiini i,nut.
TIVIIT KVKIJ ROOT.
Whioh nuw tnJii's lhe nlnco of Hum boots.
IJJOIO ADVERTISING RATES.
Transient. Advertisements—First Inner-
Hon, 8 els. per lino; HUl-setiuont insertions,
2 els. per tint*.
Itogulur Commercial ami Business Ail*
vnrllsemf-nts-l column, 812 per month;
Yi col.,37 por montli; Mcol.,$-J per month;
2 inclieH, 82 por montn; I inch, 81.50 per
month. Theso rntes to be charged on
standing advertisements which remain
uver 3 months. If for a loss period tho
rales will ho; I col., $15 per month; Kcol.,
Hi); y, col,, $5; 2 Inches, fcl; 1 Inch, $2.
Kpoclnls, among reading matter—Eaeh
Insertion,'.!') cts. perllne.
Births, Marriages and Deaths, $1 each.
Funeral notices accompanying death notice, 'MctM. extra.
WiTAtl transient advertisements will ho
measured hy asoala of solid Nonpareil,
which makes 12 lines to the Ineh and 7
words to the lino, Display linos must be
allowed tor In malting estimates. No advertisement Inserted for less than 81.00,
lhe British; Columbian.
ftilnr-lny Morn Inc. April tl. ISM.
Hop Bitten, 6Bc. --D. 8. Curtis k Co.#
A stceplo is being uroctod on the
Reformed Episcopal churoh.
At 0:30 Inst night the mail steamer
from Victorin Iind not arrived!
Messrs, Fraser & Peters advertise
storage and forwarding at Hope.
For Sale 1000 J-liarrels anil kits cheap.
Apply at this otlice. nplOtc
Thu nuw Presbyterian nmnso and
the Baptist parsonage aro progressing.
The dedication of the new Roman
Catholic church takes place tu-morrow.
Tenders are asked for the stock of
Messrs, Trapp Bros, in this city. See
adr,
Lots 4 and 5, Block C, Louise Gardens*
for sale cheap. Woods, Ttmifbr A Gamble. ap24to
On and after tho lst May the name
of Granville post office will be changed
to "Vancouver."
For a baby there should always be
a slip 'twixt the cup and the lip.—
Merchant Traveler,
Remember the sale of household
ftl'octs at the residence of Mrs. Dr.
Clurke at 11 o'clock thia forenoon.
Thk latest styles in Zephers, Ceylon
Flannels, Prints uud Fancy Delaines at
James Ellard k Co.—Adv. 30mtc
A Sandusky man recently sold his
father's tombstone in order to get
money with whioh to buy whiBky.
The new plain and striped Canvas
cloth in all colors to match at Jas. Ellard k Ce.'s, New Westminster.—A dv.
The delicious oolachans are now
quite numerous iu the river, and large
numbers are being taken by thein*
diahs.
The roads tu Burrard Inlet are
very bad. The road to Vancouver
ought to be thoroughly finished this
summer.
Jennie, do you know what a miracle
is?" "Yes'm. Ma sajs if you don't
marry our new pnrson it will be a
miracle."
Mr. A, M. Herring's four houses on
Mary Bt., opposite the Methodist
church und parsonage, ure nearing
completion.
A French ollicial communication
Bhows that the present diplomatic relations betweon France and Germany
are excellent.
A fortune teller at St. Louis has
boen sued for failing to show a woman
her deceased husband after taking
81,400 for tho job.
Inmates of ttie Kaus-ts atate penitentiary have just been discovered tb
havo been carrying on the business of
counterfeiting coin.
The concert announced for Tuesday
tiight in the Reformed Episcopal
■ohuroh has beun changed to Wednesday night.   See adv,
An English colony af over one
thousand skilled workmen prnposo to
purchase hud and build their own
homes near Pittsburg.
Mr. M. Cochrane, barrister, &c,
arrived from Whitby, Ont., on Wednesday, and proposes to enter upon
the practice of law in this city.
Messrs. Rand Bros, have issued a
new map of New Westminstor district
which is un sale at T. R Pearson &
Co.'b'for §1.25 a copy.   See adv.
On Tuesday Lewis Johnson was up
before Capt. Pittendrigh charged with
fishing in the river before (i o'clock
Sunday night.   Fined $5 and costs.
For somo time the Royal City Planing Mill at this eity has been running day and night, and is hardly able
to keep up with the demand for lumber.
A woman residing in Jamaica, L. I.,
has recovered 91,000 from a hotel
keeper uf that,place as damages against
the latter for selling liquor to her husband.
Mr. E. Allen, M. P. P., who arrived
down yesterday from Olinton, states
that about two hundred miners aro
washing the new ground on Cayosh
Creek, near Lilluoet, and making pay.
—Colonist.
"Thomas, spell 'weather,1" said the
master. "W-i-a-e-t-h-i-a-e-r, weather."
"You may sit down, Thomas; you've
given us the worst spell of weather
we've had this year."
An English paper, speaking of the
launch of a new vessel, aays: ''The
•christening ceremony was performed
by Lady Campbell. Her tonnage is
1,810 and Bhe can carry six guns.
Six young women have recently
been graduated from the Pennsylvania
College of Dental Surgery, and it is
remarked that they will probably be
able to pull successfully through life.
In addition to our new stock of spring
foods we have opened an invoice of
Hogmls, West of England Broadcloths
and French Casshneres. Walsh the
Model Tailor. Hkiihkkt Walsh, Manager. ap2ltc
A young man in a restaurant lately
overheard the following conversation
between two rather rough-looking but
evidently quick-witted young men who
get a lunch: "'Hello, Dick," said tho
firat one, "what's your throat tied up
for?" "Quinsy." "Quincy, Mass.?'
"No, Quincy, III."
As a superb hair dressing and renovator Ayer's Hair Vigor is universally com-'
mended. It eradicates scurf and dandruff, cures all eruptions and itching* ef
the scalp, promotes the renewed growth
of tho hair, and surely prevents its failing or turning gray.
Yosterday, being Good Friday, waa
observed generally as a public holiday.
Religious services were held in tho
Churoh of England, the Church uf
Rome, and the Methodist church.
Many citizens enjoyed thetuselvos boating, driving nud pia-nicing. The day
wns very henutiful.
Tho enervation anil lassitude of spring
time are but indications of the sluggish
action of the blood, overloaded witli
■carbonates accumulated by the usu of
heating food in winter. This condition
may bo remedied by the uso of Ayer's
Sarsaparilla, tlio , best blood purifier
.known.
The Branch.—Now that tbe first
sod has been successfully turned, no
obstacle lies in the way of the construction of the branch railway. Mr. Cam*
bie, engineer in charge, informs us
that both the branch and extension
are oxpected to be ready for the rails
by the lst of July. If no delay occurs
in the arrival of the rails, the road will
be running by tbe middle of July.
♦ ——
Alaskan.—Capt. Wm. Moore arrived from Seattle yeBterday and reports
the following. The steamer Alaskan
which is now . building at Seattle by
Mitchell will be over here by the 1st
of May and will leave with 200 tons of
freight for Wrangle, returning ahe will
be placed on the route between Viotoria and Hope, The Alaskan is a
stern wheeler, built without guards,
length ninety feet, beam twenty-one
feet six inches, depth of hold five feet,
will draw twenty inches and have a
speed of twelve miles per hour. She
will carry botween eighty and ninety
to'ii.i of freight and can be fitted up to
accommodate about ninety passengers.
Her boilers are made of steel and her
engines are double, manufactured hy
the Washington Iron Works*—Standard of Monday.
U. S. Consular Agency.—Hon, Jay
Ewing, U. S. Consular Agent, arrived
in this oity on Wednesday to take up
his official residence, and ii staying at
the Colonial Hotel. Wa are glad to
know that Ool. Swing comes to stay,
and that he has the Full authority of a
U. S. Consul. The establishment "of
thia offloe will be ven* convenient for
shippers sending goods froin thia port
to the United States, and it will be
highly appreciated by American visitors, of whom we have a great many.
Tho government' and people of the
United States eveidently regard New
Westminster as an important commercial point, aa will be seen from the following extract from the Cincinnati
Commercial Gazette uf the 13th inst.:
"Hon. Jay Ewing, of Lancaster, Ohio,
leaves to-morrow for hia new post of
duty on the British Pacific coast.
After four years' service as American
Vice-Consul at Annaberg, Germany,
he has been transferred to the consular
agency at New Westminster, British
Columbia, a very important point,
being at the mouth of the Fraser River
and practically the western terminus
of the Canadian Pacific Railway."
The First Sod!
New Doom.—First iiirrtiiliiiiiiit ol new
Spring gondii jut arriroil it JmJ Elton!
A Co.'s   Call And examine—.'iff.
Fresh Water Terminus or the
0. P. K.
On Thursday afternoon, according
to previous arrangement the ceremony
uf turning tbe. first sod on the New
Westminster branch of the Canadian
Pacific Railway took place at Sapperton. The day was bright, warm, and
lovely. At 1 o'clock nearly every shop
in the city put up its shutters, and
everybody began to look happy. The
oity was fairly covered with flags which
fluttered gayly in the breeze, At the
Drill Shed the Artillery corps under
Oapt. Bole and the Rifles under Capt.
Peele were mustered, and there also
assembled quite a number uf the officers and members of the Caledonian
and St. Andrew's society clothed in
their magnificent official robes and led
by the bagpipes. The St. Louis college band was in attendance. At 2:30
the procession left the Drill Shed for
the camp. First came th? band, followed by the military; then the bagpipes, followed bythe Scotchmen; and
afterwards a host of citizens of all ages
and costumes. Tho place chosen fur
the ceremony was a green spot in front
of tho penitentiary grounds, and east
of Mr. Laidlaw'a residonoe. Here a
stnko bad beeu driven and the outlines
of the sod oould be seen marked out.
The military and elans formed a hollow square round thia spot, and after a
brief delay Mrs. Dickinson, wife of
His Worship the Mayor, proceeded
with a handsomely decorated spade to
turn the first sod. The work wasao
eomplished efficiently and gracefully,
and was immediately followed by three
hearty cheers from the hundreds who
pressed about the spot. A salute of 7
guns waa then lirei bythe artillery
fmm the lane gun on tne ground, the
riflemen fired several volleys -from their
rifles, and the band struok up the National Anthem;
The mayor then aaid it wai with
peculiar pleasure and satisfaction that
ho had witnessed tbe turning of thii
sod. We were today rejoicing over
an event for which we had been laboring and waiting anxiously for over two
years, and it was a matter for sincere
congratulation that our hopes and expectations were now beginning to be
realized. The work of construction
had been let, tbe contract had been
signed, and within a few months we
might expect the railway to be in operation, We were nuw entering upon a
new commercial era whioh promised to
be one of great prosperity to uur city.
He would now call upon Mr. D. Chisholm, president of the board of trade,
for a speech.
Mr. Chisholm said this wu a performance for which we had been waiting a long time—some of us a very
long time. He was happy to know
that we wero now about to get direct
railway connection with tbe east.*Thu
road would connect us not only with
eastern Canada and the United States,
but with England, Scotland and Ireland; and it would surely add very
much to our progress and commercial
development. But our railway enterprises must not and would not stop
with the construction uf this branch
road. We hoped soon to be connected
by railway with tbe American roads to
the south of us, giving us direct access
to California, Mexico, aud the places
beyond. When these connections had
been secured we would bo placid in
the very highway.of commercial enterprises and this city would-become both
wealthy nnd great. The resources of
this district were immense, and the
attractions tif our provinco were sure
to bring population to our shores.
While .uur representatives were shut
up in anew and ice at the national capital wu wove basking in sunshine, surrounded by rich verdure, and inhaling
the grateful odor ut a thousand flowers,
There was no uther province in the
Dominion sueh as ours. Our oity stood
near tho entrance of the finest river
on the north Pacifio const, a river that
he had prospected for 800 miles and
never washed n pan of its gravel which
did not contain gold. No uno can estimate tho valuo of tho treasures hidden
sway in these valleys and mountains.
It was of the greatest importance that
thu mouth «f this great river should
ke deepened so as to admit at all tunes
the- Ivuest ships, and (he people of
this city would not rest until this had
been accomplished. It oan be dune,
and U shall be dune.   Look what tho
people did when a hitch occurred in
the construction of the branch railway!
In one hour $60,000 was subscribed
by the citizens, and it may be doubted
if in any other community suoh a thing
could be done. If the Canadian government did uut do us justice we
would call another meeting, and it
would bo found that the people who
put up 950,000 on the branch
railway were not people whose
fair and reasonable demands could he
treated with indifference. He thought
it most fortunate that the C.P.R. had
fallen int) the hands of such men i-a
composed the syndicate. A few men
went iuto the enterprise while it wis
beset on overy sido by obstacles tbi.t
■teemed ilmost insurmountable, bit
how did thesemtnstand to-day 1 They
wore baclcd up by thc Canadian government, *hey wore backed up by tbe
government uf Great Britain, by the
governments of Austrclia, and by India; for tlia road was going to carry
the commerce uf the east and the west,
Tho Britiih people had always carried
their own trade, and thoy meant to
cairy it atill by lnnd and by sea, nnd it
would go over the Canadian Pacific
Railway. We had a rich and magnificent province, we bad the terminus
of the greatest railway in the wurld,
and he counselled every resident of
New Westminster to be proud of his
citizenship, for the future of this Royal
City waa nuw assured.
Mr. J. C. Brown said the unanimous
passing uf the 137,500 loan by-law,
and the action taken at the railway
meeting, were fair expesaions of the
wish of the people on this railway
question. There had been many and
eeriqus difficulties to overcome in the
proceedings which led to the event of
to*dsy, and whilo great unanimity and
enthusiasm had beeu displayed by the
citizens, he believed the bulk of responsibility and work had fallen upon
the shoulders uf tho mayor, backed up,
of course, by the council. He believed
it was right thnt we should now recognize our indebtedness tu the mayors
untiring exertions for the progress and
prospects upun which we were congratulating ourselves to-day, and he
asked three cheers for the mayor and
a tiger for,the mayoress whu had just
turned the firat sod.
The cheers were given heartily, after
which the mayor acknowledged the expression of appreciation. He said that
muoh credit was due to the property-
holders through whose property the
branch would pass. They had voluntarily given permission to the city to
go through their lots, and had thus
greatly simplified an embarrassing
situation.
. Capt. Bole waa then called for and
expressed the gratification be felt at
being able to witness this most auspicious event. He was not an old pioneer like Doc Chisholm, but he nad
spent 10 years of his life in this province and intended to stick to it to the
end. This community had been muoh
divided in opinion respecting tbe mer?
ita and claims of the respective termini
on Burrard Inlet, but there had been
but one opinion respecting the branch.
We had just turned tho first sod of the
living link uf iron that waa to unite us
tu the rest of the world. It was a
lingular gathering. Usually when people assembled about a sod it was not
with hearts of rejoicing, but to commit sum* Iuved one tn mothor earth.
Bit this aud about which we had
gathered to-day represented tbo resurrection of the city of New Westminster. We have turned a sod full of
promise fur the future prosperity of
the city. And the success of this
day <if trit-mph lay upon the citizens
themselves. When dangers gathered
about our cherished schemes and
threatened us with disaster, the citizens stood up shoulder to shoulder
aud declared thnt thu railway would
bo built if they had tu build it themselves. New Weitminiter stuck has
gone tip, and he found that even in
Victoria there were now some people
forced to admit that after all this
might come to be a city uf importance yet. He did nut think Mr.
Blake would ever again be guilty of
the mistake of calling this fair province a "sua of mountains." There
seemed to be nothing in the way
now, and in a few months we expected the road fully completed and in
operation. Nothing could exceed the
charms tf the day upon which thia
work had boen begun; and if there
waa anything in omens it might be
worth while to mention that ihe day
upon which the fint sod had been
turned waa the very day when lhe
first United States consular agent
had taken up hia official residence in
our oity. While we were proud of
calling ourselves Britons, we had nothing but the frioi.dliest regard for
our cousins across the line, for we
had alt sprung from the same good
old atock. ■ Tbe lion and the eagle
were probably among the most remarkable of living animals, and there
was no good reason why they should
not regard oach other with the utmost complacence.
Hon. Jay Ewing, U. S. consular
agent, in response to loud calls said he
had been taken altogether by surprise.
Hs bad juat arrived in the city, and
he could hardly have come upon a
mure auspicious day. It was particularly gratifying to him to bu present
on thii occasion became the road about
to be coiMtrucled pointed towards his
uwn beloved country. Although we
were nationally separated, we were
ono race and '.tight to be ou thu most
friendly terms. He had been greatly
struck with ihu beautiful scenery, the
beautiful climate, and the fertility uf
our soil. Ue also greatly admired uur
broad and noble river whose waters
flowed into the widest ocean in the
world. He might aay that thisucca-
lion, which had been spoken of as
auspicious, was so regarded by his government. It was thought that the
opening of tlw Canadian transcontinental railway would mark « most im
Sorton t epoch iu the history of British
olumbta, and his government believed
that tbe position of this city was such
as to make it the proper place for the
establish ment uf ita agency. The consular agency here would have the same
powers as any in the province, aud lie
hoped it would faciltate trade betweeen
tho two countries.
Mr. Lenmy, onu uf the contractors
fur tbe branch railway, was then called
for. He responded by saying that he
was not here tu make a speech but tu
build the railway. He invited every
one to tliu tent fur refresh in out, an invitation that was largely ruspoudud to.
Three cheers were given for the
queen and the railway, and the people
then followed the band and militia and
bagpipes back tu the city. In the
evening a large bonfire was lit on tho
rirer bank in front of Albert Crescent,
and nearly half tho city viewed thu
magnificent blaze, The "first soil" was
carefully taken up and carried away by
the oiayoKBf. We presume it will bu
planted in the grounds of his worship,
and if carefully nursed it may possibly
grow into a branch railway or something else. The 22nd of April, 1880,
will bo chronicled as one of the memorable epochs in the history of New
Westminster.
The Upper Columbia,
General ManatrerPrescottandSuper-
intundunt C, S. Untie, of tho O. R.
& N. Company, will leave Portland
abuut tlio 15th to take a luok ut tho
Big Bund country preparatory to putting on a line of steamers on the upper
Columbia. It is believed that the
Columbia river is navigable for a distance of 438 milos from Ainsworth,
with only four Bliort porui/es. The
first portage will be seven miles long
at Priest'* Rapids; the second eight
inilis at Rock Island; the third ueven
inil'iH ut the mouth of the Okanagan;
and thu list one mile at Hull Gate.
Thii will open the way as far as Kettle
Falls, und from there a steamer already
rum- tu thu Canadian Pacifio. Captain
J. W, Troup, a well known steamboat-
man, is now making a recoutiuisaiico
of the situation, in the interest of the
company. In connection with tins the
North Yakima and Columbia River
Railway and Navigation company have
incorporated with a capital of 81,000,-
000, divided into shares of 9100 each.
Tho object of the incorporation 'm to
build, oi|uip and operate a lino bf roud
from North Yakima thruugh Moxoe
valley to the foot of Priest Rapids, a
distance uf 35 miles, and theuce
northeasterly to Fort Spokane; also to
build a railway portage seven miles
long from the foot to tho head of
Priest Rapids, on the west side of the
river; also to build, owu and operate
a line of steamboats on the Columbia
river and its tributaries; also to build
canals, dykes, flumes and reservoirs
for manufacturing, municipal and irrigating purposes; alio to build, own
aud operate wharves, docks, landings,
mills, and take up and locate towusites
and appropriate lands fur wharves,
sidewalks, town, mills and reservoirs.
It is of the utmost importance tu tho
Northern Pacific railroad company
that they secure this strong feeder as
a means of successfully computing with
the O. R. & N. Co. j The Upper Columbia above Priest Rtpida, is of more
importance than lliu entire inland
empire was when the railway purtages
were built at The Dalles and Cascades.
Happiness and Health
Are important problems, the former depending groatly. on the latter. Everyone
is familiar with the healthy properties of
fruit, and uo one can all'ord te be sick
and miserable while the pleasant concentrated liquid fruit remedy, Symp of Figs,
may be had of our enterprising druggists,
Messrs. I). S. Curtis ft Co., Columbia
Street. ap20m
Communications.
A Nice Piece of Road.
Editok Columbian,—It would be a
very charitable idea if the council of
Surrey would appropriate a small sum of
money and let a contract to have the
short piece of road along Mr. J. Shannon's lot repaired so as to make it passable, is it is in a very bad condition and
the mud is almost bottomless. On Saturday last as a gentleman with a lady aud
ber children were driving along the road
with a light rig they came to "this awful
mud hole" where tlie horse sank in the
mud and stuck fast. The occupants had
to jump outbid wade (tlieimnl being
pastknee deep) to the side of the road,
and:after much difficulty reached terra
'firms on thc other side of the hole, s
great deal the worse for their mud bath.
Should the council tako some step in
fixing the said hole it would ho very convenient for the public and would remove
all further danger for ladies and children
to cross, "\o Contractor."
Clover Valley, Apr. 21.
M| Sheehao^of Oscoda, Mich., writes:
"I have used Dr. Thomas! Kclectric Oil
oil horses for different diseases, and
found It to be just as you recommended,
lt has done justice to me every time, and'
it is the best Oil for horses I ever used."
Observe that the name "Dr. Thomas'
Eclectrio Oil" is on front of the wrap-
per, as there are imitations of it.
ranicnts for the dying were administered
to bim. The priest was arrested. The
man who fired the shot was recently dismissed from priesthood, and had fruitlessly applied to the bishop to be re-instated Queen Christina has im-uircd as
to tlio bishop's condition. The pope has
telegraphed his blessing. The bishop is
now dead. Tho priest made an -Attempt
to commit suicide. It being Palm Sunday the cathedral was more than usually
crowded by worshippers, and when tlie
fearful work of the priest was realized
the furious mob followed tho carriage iu
which hu was conveyed to prison by gen,
d'armes, whose presence alone prevented
his being lynched. The motive for the
crime wos revenge,
AVIUM, April I!).—The Greek troops
are being pushed to the front as rapidly
re possiole. Tht- Russian minister to
Greece jas departed for Lividia to see
the czar, in pursuance of urgent orders.
Taris, April 1<),—U Tempi states that
ib is rumored the Greek con-nil at Candla,
Crete, with the approval of his government has heen actively engaged m plotting a rebellion among the people, a majority of whom arc Greeks, against Turkish authority, and that the other powers
have asked their respective governments
to interfere to prevent the movement
from being carried out.
Mohtkeal, April 10.—The flood appears to be slowly abating and conditions
in this city have not materially changed.
From Mount Royal away to the southwest across the river the village of La-
prairie is seen apparently completely surrounded by water. All down tho south
shore of the river to St. Lambert houses
stand with water all around them. The
river in front of St. Lambert cannot be
seen for ice. which is piled up to the
very doors oi-the bouses facing the river.
On tbis side of the river from the foot of
the rapids down to Hochelaga the river
seems to be over the banks. All cf the
poiats appear to be under water and
every street in the luwer part of the eity
is running. Parallel with the Hue uf
vision is the canal. The river is clear of
ice from a short distance above the
bridge, but from the bridge eastward until the river is lost to sight there is a
complete block of ice. The ice seems to
be piled highest between Hochelaga and
Longueil. Nuns island appears to be
completely submerged- only the two upper Btories of the convent appearing
above the water. On change to-day no
business was done, and the general opinion is that though most ot the storehouses in which grain and flour arc stored
are in the flooded district, losses will not
be great.
Jacob H. Bloomer, of Virgil, N. Y.,
writes: "Dr. Thomas'Eclectrie Oil cured
a badly swelled neck and sore throat on
my son in forty-eight hoars; one application also removed the pain fro.n a sore
toe; my wife's foot was also much inflamed -so much so that she could not
walk abuut the house; she applied the
Oil, and in twenty-four hours was entirely cured."
Irish Home Rule mil.
From Fourth Page.
■Wl FMM Ml PARTS OF THE WOtUb
London, April il,—Aa the sensation
created by the Pall Mall. Qazette revelations of the vice of London was dying
out .it was to a large extent renewed by
the arrest in the early part of February
of Louisa Hart. The preliminary investigation commenced on February 11, and
she was shortly afterwards committed
for trial as a procuress, bail being refused. The evidence showed that the
woman, who is about thirty years of age
and very stylish in appearance, and who
was frequently to be seen in the park,
either on horseback or in a handsome
phti-tou, kept an establishment iu Chelsea, principally patronized by elderly
gentlemen. The two witnesses at the
preliminary examination who repeated
their testimony at the trial winch terminated to-day, were Rosio Shires, aged 12,
and Florence Richardson, aged lit. These
children, on tbe invitation uf Mrs. Hart
frequently visited her liouso foi* an Immoral purpose, foi; which tlifj- received
money. The fact that they visited thc
notorious establishment with tlieir eyes
open, fully knowing for what they were
required, showed a very low moral status ou the part of tbe girls; hut it conclusively established the (Ungraceful
business iu which the woman was en*
Eaged, and the jurv had no difficulty iu
ringing hi a verdict of guilty. The
judge, who was very severe in his comments, sentenced Louisa Hart to live
years' penal servitude.
Halifax, April 12.—Telegrams from
Slielbourmi county report American fishing schooners arriving on thc coast almost daily, and their captains making
use of rather loud and defiant talk on
thc present position of the fishery question. In one esse a crew lias hern shipped at Port Le Jle.ir. Others declure
they will call for und purchase bait whore-
ever and whenever thoy please, ■imi say
they will risk seizure, as thev have boon
instructed by the owners of the vessels
to do so. At Clark's harbor ye*Unlay ;i
boat's crew from the Glonucater schooner
Jo-tie M. Cahlerwood, cut and ruined <>
number uf lobster Imps set in the bay,
and belonging to native fishermen. They
were noticed at the work by people oii
shore, but were not suspected tu lie engaged in wanton destruction and were
not interfered with. Their schooner was
anchored at the mouth of the harbor,
and early this morning she set sail and
left the neigh1 oiltiiod. The fact that
the outrage had been perpetrated was
only discovered when men from the
sliore went out to-day to attend tothe
trawls, when thev wers found to have
been almost entirely destroyed.
Madrid, April 18.-At; 10:30 o'clock
thia morning, while the BishoD of Madrid was ascending the steps leading to
the entrance of tho cathedral, lie was
shot with a revolver by a priest standing
at the top of the stups; the ball cntcrini*
Iim abdomen. This was followed by nn-
othershotwhich wounded the bishop in
the side; wht-rcupon the wounded innti
fell ou the steps, The priest then descended the kteps nud tlmd still another
shot, whioh took effect in tho bishop's
thigh. The bishop waa then borno in an
unconscious condition to a private chamber in the cathedral, where the Inst sn<--
SPECIAL DESPATCHES.
London. Apr. 21.—Advices from Mandalay say that the British expedition
sent against the Kachien tribe has been
compelled to retreat. Rebels in overwhelming force attacked the British,
charging into the battery of mountain
guns and driving the expedition bnck.
Reinforcements for the expedition have
been ordered from Mandalay. The rebels
have captured Megandet, a police station.
They bound tbe garrison with cords aud
masaacred 23 persons.
London, Apr. 21,—A dispatch from
Mandalay says: "To-day being Burmese
new year, 50 followers of the Myiogzaitijf-
princes set-fire to their city in several
places at 4 o'clock in the morning. Hundreds of houses have beon burned. The
treasury, post oflico, and many other
smaller buildings within the palace enclosure are destroyed. A third of the
wall of the walled city has been mined.
Troops pursued and captured several of
the incendiaries. Heviue, the English
military apothecary, was killed. A number of encounters took place outside the
city with the pi-hires' followers, several
of whom were kilted and many woui-ded
on both sides.
London, Apr. 21.-A conflict on the
Greek frontier is hourly expected. The
Greeks have assumed a very provoking
attitude which has had the effect of making the Turks furious.
London, Apr. 21.—Representatives of
the powers, including Genadioa, the
Greek charge D'affaires, had a lengthy
conference tliis afternoon with Lord Rose
berry, minister of foreign affaini, respecting the Greek difficulty. The Queen's
Siroctor, after testing the evidence in the
livorce case of Crawford vs. Crawford
and Dilke, has intervened and the Crawford divorce case will be re-opened.
Ottawa, April 21.—A lively debate
took place in tho house of commons this
week in regard to the governor-general.
For some time past the Canadian people
have been grumbling aa to the great extravagance and heavy expenditures of
keeping up government house. The
governor-general receives $50,000 a year,
but this sum in the way of extras has
swelled until it is now about Jl.W.OOO,
and it is annually increasing. Mr. Mc-
Crancy, Liberal, moved for particulars
as to bow tliis- extra sum was being
squandered, and called for details. Sir
Hector Langerin got indignant and refused. The debate lasted the greater
part of the af tern-sou and evening. All
tlie Liberal--, joined by a few Conserva
tiveu, oppoied this extra alluivancc.
The result was that the govornment
promised to bring duwn all papers thoy
could possibly do. Tiie opposition
promises to make government extravagance one of the burning questions in
tlie general elections which arc expected
noxt autumn.
ConsTANTiNon.E, April 21.-Men-of-
war bave been ordered to hold themselves in readiness to Bail at au hour's
notice. An order prohibiting the circulation of Greek newspaper.*! iti Turkey
has beeu issued.
auditory, but to tbo public mind of the
country that cannot give minute investigation to all portions of this complicated question. I do not know
whether it may appear too bold, but in
my own heart I cherish the Itope that
this is not merely a choice of the lesser
evil, but that it may be proved to be
ore long a t*ood in itself. (Loud
cheers.) There is, I know, an answer
to this, aud what is theanswur? The
answer ie only found in the view which
rusts upon a basis of despair, uf absolute condemnation uf Ireland and Irishmen as except ions tu thoso beneficial
provisions which have made, in general
European^, in particular Englishmen
and Americans, capable uf self-government; that an Irishman ia a Urnus
naturae; that justice, common sense,
moderation, natural prosperity have
no meaning for him; that all that he
ean understand and all that he can appreciate is strife, perpetual dissension.
Xnw, Sir, I am not going to argue in
'his house whether this view, this
monstrous view—(Irish cheers)—is a
correct one. I aay the Irishman is as
capable pf loyalty as another man—
(renewed Irish cheurs)~-but if bis loyalty has been checked, why it is because the laws by which he is governed
do not present themselves to him as
they do to us in England Scotland
with a native and
CONGENIAL ELEMENT.
I have no right to say that Ireland
through her constitutionally elected
members will accept the measure I
propose. I hope thoy will, but I have
no right to assume it; nor have I any
power tu enforce it upun the people of
England aud Scotland, but I rely on
the patriotism and sagacity of this
house; on a free and full discussion,
and, more than all, upon the just and
generous sentiments of the two British
nations. And, looking forward, I ask
the house, believing that no trivial
motive could have driven ua to assist
in the wurk we have undertaken (work
which we believe will restore parliament to its free and unimpeded course)
—I ask them to stay the waate of the
public treasure under tbu present system of government and administration
in Ireland, which is not waste only,
but waste which demoralizes while it
oxhauatB—I ask them to show to
Europe and America that we, too, can
faco the political problems which America bad to fuce twenty years ago, and
which many countries in Europe havo
been called on to face, and have not
feared tu deal with. I ask that we
shall praclice as we bave very often
preached, and that in our case we
Bhould be Brm and fearless in applying
the doctrines we have very often inculcated on others, that the concession of
local self-government is not the way to
Bap and impair, but to strengthen and
consolidate unity. I ask that we
ahould iearn to rely less on mere written stipulations und more on those
better stipulations written on the heart
and mind of man. I ask that we
should apply to Ireland the happy experience wo have gained in England
and Scotland, where a course of generations has now taught us, uot as a
dream or a theory, but as a matter of
t^Wctice und of life, that tbo beat and
surest foundation we can find to build
on is the foundation afforded by the
affections and convictions and will of
man, and that it is thus by the decree
of tlie Almighty that, far more thi
by any other method, we may
enabled to secure at once the social
happiness, the power, and tbe permanence of the Empire."
Mr. Gladstone finished his address
at 8 o'clock, having spoken three hours
and twenty-five minutes, and resumed
his seat amid bursts of enthusiastic
cheers, which wore sustained for sev
oral minutes.
COSTIYENESS
affects seriously all the digestive and
assimilative organs, including the Kidneys* When these organs are bo affected,
they fall to extract from the blood tbo
uric acid, which, carried through the circulation, causes Rheumatism aud Neuralgia.
The functions of thc Liver are also
affected by costlvcncss, causing
Bilious Disorders.
Among tbe warning symptoms of Biliousness arc Nausea, Dizziness, Headache,
Weakness, Fever, Dimness of Vision,
Yellowness of Skin, Pains in tho Side.
Buck and Shoulders, Foul Mouth, Furred
Tongue, Irregularity lu Ibe uetlon of tho
Bowels, Vomiting, etc.
The Stomach suffers when thc bowels
are constipated, and Indigestion or
Dyspepsia,
follows. Fetid Breath, Gastric Pains,
Headache, Aridity of the Stomach, Water-
brash,Nervousness, and Depression, are all
evidence*-of the presence of this distressing malady. A Suro Relief for irregularities of thn Stomach and a!) consequent
diseases, will be found In tha me ot
AYER'S PILL8.
They stimulate the stomach, free the
bowels, healthful)v invigorate tbe torpid
liver and kidneys, aud by their cleansing,
healing and tonic properties, strengthen
and purify the whole system, and restore
ft to a salutary and normal condition,
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Keeper to take charge of tlie Brunei
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some capita] lo put tit the concern.
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oroiicesnnd stating; terms, to
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bwtrunlU. satsu on J hand'
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To lissen mortality ami stop the inroads of disease, uso N'orthrop k Lyman's Vegetable Dkoovcrry and Dyspeptic Cur*-. For all diseates arising from
impure- Wood, such as Pimples; Kiin-die*-,
Bi bona i ifiIS, Indigestion, etc., etc., it lias
no cipial, Mrs. Thomas Smith, Elm,
write-': "1 nm using this medicine for
Dyipepria. I have tried many remedies,
but this is the unly one that bus done
me any guml.'!
The nniiu'i] oii-dus of French Gene*
d iti lis i" ihe brick-fields of tho United
Siatt-n Imi commenced. For sovoral
w.-uks IBO to 200 havu left Montreal
daily. Tbey will return home in the
fall, Thu spring emigration from tlio
old countrf has set*,m, and large arrivals from Kin-land and Scotland aro
noted in tbo Montreal papera.
 ■—**■ * *—.--
Mother (.raves' Worm Exterminator
has no ctjual fur destroying worms in
children und ndulta, Sec tliat you get
the genuine when purchasing.
It has cost Canada thus far $4,121),
2.17 to put down the Ueil rebellion.
It would have beon cheaper tu have
given the Half-breeds their lands in
the first place, as Gladstone proposes
to dn by Ireland. It ousts less to buy
up a rebellion than it doea to put it
down.-- Chicago Journal.,
Thos. Sabin, Eglingtoii, says: "1 liave
removed teu corns from mv feet with
Holloway's Corn Cure. header, go
thou and do lik wise.
New Sriusa Mii.i.iseiiy. -New Millinery just arrived direct from Londun, at
Jas, Kllard & f'o's. Cnll ami examine.  a7
SyrUP Of FlgS-
Manufactured only by thc California
Fig Syrup Co., Ban Francisco, Cab, is
Nature's Owu True Laxative. Tliis pleasant liquid fruit remedy may be had of
Messrs. D. S. Curtis A Co., New Westminster. Sample bottles free and large
bottles at 75 cents or $1.25. It Is the
most pleasant, prompt and effective
remedy known, to cleanse the system; to
act on the Liver, Kidneys aud Bowels
gently yet thoroughly; to dispel Headaches, Colds and Fevers; to cure Constipation, Indigestion and kindred ills,
Lotus first lesson in geography:
"What ia that,there7" asked his teacher placing a finger upun a certain puint
on the map. "There?" said Loto.
"Oh, n dirty linger nail." — French
Paper,
Don't Despaik or Relief, it troubled
with Chronic Dyspepsia or Constipation.
These ailments, as well as Biliousness,
Kidney infirmities, and feminine troubles,
are eradicated by Northrop k Lyman's
Vegetable Discovery aud Dyspeptic Cure,
an ulterativc of long tried and clearly
proven efficacy. It is a fine blood depu-
mit as well as corrective, and contains
no ingredients which are not of the
highest standard of purity.
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A new mnp of British Columbia just
Issued by the government, for sale at
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ever issnodi $2.'2o.—Adv.
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
nt the 1/01,1! mm an oilice. I'ric.* will bo
found lower than at any other ollice in
the province.—Adv.
Cniiadian Psalter and Hymnal, with
tunes (for Presbyterian Church), at T.
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Toronto Exhibition.
THI DOMINION PIMM A OMAN CO.
Speaking of the great central exbibi*
bitien opened at Toronto on the 10th
Sept., the Toronto Globe says: ■.
An object of special attention, which
by very reason of its prominence on the
grounds cannot escape the attention of
tbe most casual and careless observer, is
the pavilion of the Dominion Organ Company. This is a separate building but a
little distance from the south cast of the
Main Building. This pavilion must be
about 60 feet by 40 feet, with a porch or
railed passageway all around it extra. It
is handsomely painted, witli ample and
almost entire glass section, comprising
fully one-third of its height in windows,
and announces to all in broad letters that
tt Is the pavilion of that company, and
that Joseph Ruse, of 08 King-street
West, represents the company. Inside
no pains have been spared to make it attractive, and certainly its designs hnve
succeeded. No one should visit the Exhibition without going through this pavilion, there he will find a little paradise
of music. Here are decorations, handsome pictures of the Dominion factory
and of tbe present store room of Mr.
Ause, and above all, pianos and organs
of the most artistic and unique designs.
The display of these instruments is grand
indeed, and a sphmdid tribute to the
genius and skill of our Canadian manufacturers. Pianos and organs of every
style aud artistic design are found here
--a parlor grand, squares, and uprighta
of rose-wood, Batin-wood with walnut
trimmings, ebony and gold, mahogany
and beryl walnut. A double manual
and pedal boss organ, with handsome
pipe top, faces the visitor at the extreme
end ob he enters this pavilion. For company are organs of every style and design to Buit the purchaser. The Company also exhibit with the degree of
triumph and merit tbe fact is worthy of
a cable despatch to them from Antwerp,
Germany, announcing that at a Grand
National Exhibition held there the Company hod just carried of? the lirst prize
over all competitors for its instrument*.
This is certainly remarkable, though
when tbo rapid rise of this Company to
public favor and confidence is considered,
not so remarkable as at first might seem.
The Company's success in honors, home
and international, is something remarkable. The exhibit on the grounds is
certainly attractive and will amply repay
a personal inspection and visit.
Sir Charles Tupper on Wednesday last
emphasized the high compliment he paid
the Dominion Organ and Piano Company
at the opening of the London Fair. In
his addreos from the platform of the
Art Gallery, speaking of the great impc
tus Exhibitions gave to every industry
represented, be referred to the Canadian
exhibit at the Antwerp International
Exhibition, Belgium, and cited as an illustration of the wonderful progress this
country is making, the success of the
Dominion Organ and Piano Company
there. He said that this Company (the
Dominion Organ and Piano Company)
had not only taken the highest award
there, the very highest the judges could
possibly confer over all other competitors, from England, France, and Germany, the very centres of cultivated
classic music, countries justly celebrated
for their skill and acquirements in musical knowledge, but these judges, who
comprised some of their ablest and best
musicians, had declared further that the
instruments of this company were superior to any thev had ever seen, heard, or
examined. With sueh a compliment
from such a source, in addition to their
success at this Exhibition, the Company
ought to feel content.
[T. R. Pcarson k Co., New Westminster, are agents for these fine Organs
in British Columbia. Persons proposing
to purchase should not fai) to communicate with them. Sample organs on view.
Prices quite as low as those of Ontario,
Addre-is. T. R. Pearson k Co., New
Westminster, B. C] *oc3tc
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SIT IS THR fiTHBll
house of parliament. (Hear, hear,
and Oh!) How were the Irish people
to bo taxed if they had legislators in
both countries? He believed that
(ireat Britain would never impose
upon Ireland taxation without iv presentation, and added, "If we wore to
hare taxation without representation,
then there wonld oome another question which would raise a practical
difficulty, and that is, are we to give
.up the fiscal unity of the empire?" He
did not think that by giving up the
fiscal unity of the empire they were
giving up the unity of the empire. He,
howover, stood upon tlie substantial
ground thnt to give up tho fiscal unity
of the empire would bo a public inconvenience and misfortune. It would
be n, great misfortune for Great Britain and a greater misfortune for Ireland. He conceived that one escape
from that dilemma would be such an
arrangement as would give the imperial
government authority to levy customs
duties and such excise duties as were
immediately connected with the customs, Tho conditions of sueh an arrangement were: firstly, that the general power of taxation over and above
these particular duties should pass
unequivocally into the hands of a domestic legislature in Ireland; secondly,
that the proceeds of the customs and
excise should be held fur the benefit
of Ireland and for the discharge of the
obligations of Ireland, and the payment of the balance aftor these obligations wero discharged should be
entered into tho Irish exchequer and
he for the free disposal uf, the Irish
legislative body. The government
bill provided for this, and tlie bill then
provided that the representatives of
Ireland should no loiijier sit in the
house of commons or the Irish peers
in the house of lords, hut at the same
time they would have the right of nd
dressing tho crown, and so possess nil
THE CONSTITUTIONAL RIO UTS
lhey had now. (Oh! and cheers.) It
would therefore relieve Irish members
from attendance at Westminster. Mr.
Gladstone said he had several reasons
why this should be the cuse, even if it
was possible for them to attend, as
they had a parliament of their own,
and it would be very difficult to have
two classes of members in the British
house—one class who could vote on all
questions connected with thc business
uf the country, and another which
could only vote on special and particular questions which were brought before parliament. Again, it would be
very difficult fur gentlemen in Ireland
to decide who should go to Westminster or who should remain in Ireland,
nnd at the same timo to maintain the
fiscal unity of tho nation. There is
another point with regard tu thu powers of the legislature. Two courses
might have been taken—one wus to
endow this legislative body with particular legislative powers; the other
was to except from tho Bphero of its
action those subjects which the government thought ought to be excepted,
nnd to leave to it every other power.
The duration of the proposed legislative
body should not exceed five yoars.
The functions which it waa proposed
to withdraw from the cognizance of
the legislative body wore three grand
and principal functions, viz., everything which related to the crown; all
that which belonged to the defence—
the army, the navy, the entiro organization of tho armed forces, and our
foreign and colonial relations. It
would not bn competent to pass laws
fur the establishment or endowment of
any particular religion. (Cheers.) Aa
to trade and navigation, it would be a
misfortune to Ireland to bo separated
from England; the Irish parliament
would havo nothing to do with coinage, or the creation of legal tender.
The subject of thc postoffice would be
left to the judgment of parliament,
though the government inclined to the
view that it would bo more convenient
to leave postotfico matters in the hands
of
TIIE POSTMASTER*GENERAL.
Quarantine and one or two other subject! were left in tho same category.
The next subjeot he had to approach
was that of the composition of tho proposed legislative body. The bill proposed to introduce two orders who
would sit and deliberate together, with
the right of voting separately on any
occasion and on the demand of either
body, which could be able to interpose
a veto upun any measure for a limited
time, either until the dissolution or for
three years. The orders would be constituted as follows:—First, there were
the 28 representative peers who could
not continue to Bit in the houie of lords
after tho representatives of the Irish
people left the house of commons.
They would have the option of sitting
na a portion of the first order in the
Irish parliament with thu power of
sitting for life. Some thought that
tho option was not likely to be largely
used, but the speaker was not of that
number. (Hear, hoar.) He proposed
that with thc 28 peers now in the
house of lords, there should sit 75 representatives elected by the Irish people. With regard to tho powers of
election, tho constituency would be
composed of occupiers of the valuo of
£25 and upwards, and they would be
elected for ten years. The proporty
qualification of these representatives
would be £200 annual value, or a capital value of £4,000. Mr. Gladstone
then said hu proposed that the 101
rriih members in the houso of commons should he members uf the Irish
parliament, and whilst the first order
of the legislative body would consist of
ono hundred and throe members, tho
second ordur would consist of two hundred and six. It was proposed to retain the viceroy, but he would not be
the representative of a party or quit
office with the outgoing government.
The Queen would be empowered to
delegate to him anv prerogatives she
now eu joyed ur wuuld enjoy. The
religious disability now existing which
makeo Catholics ineligible to the office
would be removed. With regard to
the judges who had been concerned in
the administration of the criminal law
in Ireland, Her Majesty might, if she
saw cause, hy order-in-conncil
ANTBDATE THi FKNfUONK
of those particular judges. In future
the judgea would be Appointed by the
Iriah government, be paid out of the
consolidated fund, and be removable
only on the joint address of tbe two
orders. The constabulary would remain under the present terms of service and undor their present authority.
The charge for the constabulary was
no# fil.WO.OOO per annum, and the
speaker felt confident the chargo would
be seduced, but for the present he pro-
posed to relieve the Irish legislative
body of »llii>|»nditurs(r^t|h»oon.
■tobulur.jp mm of #,000,000 per
nnnuui/Thu Horernment wood-*
sire to oiwnpt thu peace of Ireland in
reference to its final position from the
ultimate control of the Irish legislative
body. The'Spoafcer had no -jealousy
upon that subject, as tho caro of' providing for tho ordinary security of life
and property waB the first duty of a
local guvernment. With respect to
the civil servico the government did
not think their case was the same us
that of the constabulary, and the transfer of the civil service tothe lugisla'ivu
body would effect a great economy.
Ho therefore thought it would be wise
to authorize the civil servants now
serving to claim tho pensions that
would bu due to them upon thu abolition of their offices provided they served two yoars in order to prevent inconvenience from a rapid transition of the
service, and at the close of that time
both parties should be freo to negotiate
afresh. That was all, Mr, Gladstone
stated, that ho had to aay on tho subject of the uew Irish constitution. Tho
proportion of the Imperial burdens
whieh he hud to pruposu that Ireland
should bear was as one to fourteen.
He thought tho new Irish parliament
ought to start with a balance to its
credit, but tlio unly fund that it would
havu if loft alone would he the solitary
£20,000 from the Irish church fund.
He  knew no way of  providing
TUB NECESSARY MOSEY
except by carving it out uf this
year's budget, and he pii-posed
that in the future Ireland should
pay one fifteenth towards tho Imperial
expenditure. He went on to speak of
how much Ireland would gain by exporting spirits to Great Britain, and
how much Great Britain would lose to
Ireland by the How of money from one
to the other. Ab the result of careful
enquiry, ho stated with confidence, not
as an actual demonstration, but as a
matter of certainty with regard to the
fnr greater portion, that the Irish receipts would gain from Great Britain
a sum that wuuld amount to no less a
total than £1,400,000 per annum. Ho
then entered into an elaborate calculation of tho total income and expenditure of Ireland, in the course of which
he stated that the total charge to Ireland ns an Imperial contribution would
bo £3,242,000 per annum. Hu stated
as an instance of the intense dcmonil-
ization of the present Irish administration, that, while the postoffice in England showed a large surplus, in Ireland
it just paid its expenses. He estimated the total expenditure of Ireland,
including a payment as n sinking fund
for the Irish portion of the national
debt, at £7,940,000 per annum.
Against that there was a total income
of £8,350,000, or a surplus to the good
uf £404,000. "It hns naturally been
said in England and Scotland," continued Mr. Gladstone, "that for a
great many years past we havo been
struggling to pass good laws for Ireland, and that we have sacrificed nur
time, neglected our interests, and paid
our money, and we have done all this
in the endeavor to givo Ireland good
laws. That is quite truo with regard
to thc general course of legislation.
Many of those laws have beon passed
under an influence which I can hardly
describe other than as the influence of
fear." With regard t'o tho history of
tho land question, no man could know
that until ho had followed it from
year to yeur, beginning with thc Devon
commission, tlia appointment of which,
in the speaker's opinion, did lhe highest honor to the memory of Sir Robert
Peel—(cheers)—and then to examine
the mode in which the whole labor of
the commission had been frustrated
by the domination
OK   SELKI.SU INTERESTS,
(Piirnollitc cheers). He did not deny
the good intentions of the British parliament to pass good laws for Iroland,
but, he said, iu order tc work out tho
purposes of government there is sumo-
thing more in this world occasionally
required than the passing uf good laws.
(Hear, hear.) It is sometimes necessary, not only that good laws should
be passed, but also that they Bhould be
passed by the proper persons. The
passing of many good laws is not
enough in cases where the strung instincts of lhe people, distinct marks of
character, situation, and history require, not only that these laws should
be good, but that they should proceed
from congenial and native sources, and
that beside being good laws, they
ahould be their own laws. (IriBh
cheers.) "At times I doubted whether
this necessity had boen fully developed,
and especially with respect to Ireland,
If doubts could be entertained before
the last general election, they cannot
uow be entertained. The principle 1
have laid down, I am not laying down
for Ireland exceptionally. It is tha
very principle upon which within iny
recollection, to the immense advantage
of the country, parliament has not only
altered but revolutionised our method
of government. Whon I held oflico at
tho colonial offico, fifty years ago, thu
colonies wero governed from Dpwning-
street. The result was that home government was always in conflict with
countries which had legislative assemblies, Wo had cutitinual shocks from
tho colonies then. But all that has
been changed. The British parliament
tried to posigood laws for tho colonies,
but the colonies snid, 'Wo don't want
your good laws, we want our own good
laws,' and parliament nt length admitted t hu reasonableness of this principle.
Tliu principle has uow come to us
from across the sea, aud the house has
now to considur whether it is applicable to the case of Ireland. *****
We now stand faco to face with what
if termed 'Irish nationality,' venting
itself in a demand for th.- general self-
government in Irish, not in Impcml
affairs." In conclusion, Mr. Gladatone
said:—"I hold that thoro is such a
thing as local patriotism, which in
itself Ib
NOT HAO BUT OOOII.
(Cheers.) The Welshman Ib full of
locnl patriotism. The Scotchman is
full of local patriotism. No! Scotch
nationality is as strong as it ever was,
and if tho need wure to arise I believe
it would be as ready to assert itself as
it was in the days of Baiinockbuiii,
(Cheers.) If I read Irish history
aright, misfortune and calamity have
wedded her sons to their soil with au
embrace yet closer thau jb known elso
where, and the Irishman is still moro
profoundly Irish, but it dues not follow that because his local patriotism
is strong ho should K incapable of an
Imperial patriotism. There are two
modes of presenting tho suhjuct which
I have argued. Uno of them is at
the present what we now recommend
as good, and the other is to present it
us a choice of evils and the leant among
the varied evils with which as a possibility we are confronted. Well, 1 hnvo
argued the matter as if it had been a
choice of evils, I have recognized as
facts and as entitled to attention jealousies whioh I myself do not share or
feel. I have argued it on that ground
as the only ground on which it eau he
recommended, not only to a mixed
(Hee  lli-tl Vnue.)
IWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder novor varies.  A marvel ot
piirllv.streii-jlh unil wliolesoiiK-iiess. More
ecnnnniieiil Hum Ilie ordinary kinds,and
cumuli lie soltl iii pun*.petition with tho
multitude of low test, short weight ilium
or phosphate powders. Huld only III cans;
Kovai.Bakixi   ~ 	
New York.
d Powokii t'o., loll Woll Kt.
Jfely
TAKE NOTICE
milAT MY YOIJXII KTAI.I.ION
"SIR STAFFORD"
Will Mutid the Season from the 1st day
ol Mayti»tlie:iOlh.Ttine,in
CHILLIWHACK AND SUMAS
Terms, S7.S0,$i6iiiitl 815,
D. Vf. MILLER-
Rtimas.H, C.','March 0, lffli,        mhlOtc
The Norman Percheron stallion
"PRINCE JUNIOR"
Will stand for service ilnrlnu; the
Season of i.Httfl al hi- Slnble,
Smnas iiml Cent rer Ule.
TEKM.S:-To insure, 820, to he paid lul
Mareh, 1SS7, SeasiJii,SI.">. lo lie paid at dose
of season; single servl*--.1, $10. Purt ies dls-
pusln-'of Iheii1 mures lii-fori? foaling in list
pay full insurance whelhor In foul or not.
All accidents to mares at the risk of their
owners. Part Ies sendiiij- Iheir mares from
a distance will be allowed ono-hnlf of the
expense. Pasturftirt free. Season to extend until July lOtli.
ERINOE JUNIOlt Is a dapple Krey, 17
hunds hi-jh, mul weighs NUW lbs., and took
tirst prU.e ut the Provincial Inhibition,
New Westiniuster, In 1885. Pedigree cun
be seen al residence of iiiuh'i.slgned.or ttt
Custom liouso, Victoria.
npTtc WM. 0HAD8EY.
To Horse Breeders I
niHlJlJI'JXEIlAr.-l'lJlll'OSKSl'Ar.LION
"YOUNG TUPPER"
Will niiOro Iho season of 1686,week about,
between l/bllllwhaeli Landing nnd Langley, Fraser Rivor.
"Young Tupper" is rising ii years old,
weighs 1 Vt> Hi.., iiougi'uyi'i.lor; la a sure
foul iretter: -.lnnds hi hands:! inches high;
of exe.-llent action und genileillMpositlon.
ills sire aud dam were Imported from
Oregon: film, n Cleveland buy; dnm, Norman ftoolt.
Tenns (or B<H\8on S*Jtl
Insuruin-e 30
.Single Son-Ice 10
IWSeasoh-Wnl begin 1st Mny mul end
1st August.
GEORGE A. COUGUILL,
Owner.
Nieola,Maroh UM, im. mbft
u
PULVERIZING HARROW
CLOD CRUSHER & LEVELER.
SUBJECTS THR SOU. TO THK ACTION
of n Steel I'rusli-.T and Leveler, und
In the Cutting, Lifting, Turning process nf
double gangs nf enst steel coulters.
IMMENSE CUTTING POWER.
1-riiHliliiK- Leveling nnd Pulverizing
performed nt the name time.
__ itlrenbHciieeof spikes
avoids pulling up rubbish
Only Harrow that cuts over the entire
surface of the ground.
Q. T. CORFIELD,
(leiicrul Merchant, Cowichan, 1), C.
Hole igt-nl lor llritloli < oliinihltt.
mliSote
(UMITED)
(LATE DEBECK BROS. & CO.)
Hills nml Oillcu at Kapiicrton, one
mile Irom Nnv Wrslmlnstrr.
Ilriiin-li Lumber Yard at Vancouver,
MANUFACTU ItliltS ANII UEALEIIH IN
a i.i. kinds of
Rough and Dressed
LUMBER
Shingles,
Shakes.
I iii ths.
rickets.
Doors.
Windows,
minds.
"■loui-lings.
Brackets.
Balusters.
Anil evory th ing in tlio Wood Lino required for building purposes,
If. L. DkBKCK,
in lit! I'; Manager,
F. CRAKE,
JEWELER,
COLUMBIA STRFET,     NEW WESTMINSTER.
SIG\ OF THE BIG WATCH.
•MS-LATH MANAGER POR SAVAOB *J
LYMAN, MONTREAL,
Chronometers, Repeaters, Cbrooo-
Biiiuliers, and all line Watcb
repairs a Specially.
ANY ONU HAVING WATCHES wllloll
Inivii buen Injured by llicomjii'tciit
wirli-li rcinilrem can be lilnde equal tu new
ngiiln. JEWELRY of nll kinds miiiju rrnrl
repaired. All work warranted; I'hiirsrn
moderate.  Estimatcnglvoii freeofclntrfjo.
•}-—^WAITIUM, EUilK, anil nllicr
-*****' ll'Mlrbrri nnd Jewelry rlienprr
tliun nny other bouse Ih B. C.
LADIESr SOLID 12 CARAT GOLD AMERICAN STEM WINDING WAT0HE8,
nn'iimtothiiekeepi'rs.-jjJ*; usual price. 855.
UeOto
hn! ill
Dry Goods & Groceries.
A full supply of Oool,
Dry Alder and Fir
Kept constantly on liiiml.
PROPRIETOR OP' NKW
Granville Stage Line
TRUCKING & TEAMING
or all kinds promptly atteudod to
at lowest prices,
Saddle Horses und Buggies
fur Hire.
Orders may be left nt my store, corner
Columbia and HUiukldStn-ots, New Westminster. se30tc
(Ml! Mil!
WHITE
THE CLOTHIER,
Has Just Received
OVER 300 MEN'S SUITS
A Large Quantity of
Boys' and Youth's
Clothing!
7 Cases of American
FELT    HATS
Alto, a full llneof
GENTS1 FURNISHINfi QOODS
—HE NOW HAS—
The Best Assortment In tke tbove
line ever exhibited In New
Weitminiter.
LATEST   STYLES
At Lowest l-ormllilti Prices for Cash.
< nil Unrlj and  nuke Voir Mrclloir.
Columbia Sum Opp. BAM OF I. C,
HERRING'S
Drug Store!
New Westminster, B.C.
Fresh Stock Just Received
Uw Prices ('ontliiuril. vli t
Pear's Soap, 5 cakes. $100
Enos Fruit Salt     90
Porus Plasters, 3 for ■ 60
Pain Killer, P.D., 3 for 50
Eclectrie Oil, 3 for... 60
Hop Bitters, per bot. • • 76
Warner's Safe Cure . 100
Homoeopathic Medicines 26
Jayne's Expectorant • • 90
Florida Water, large,
M.&L     60
Lubin's Perfumes     66
Camelline     60
Hall's Hair Vigor     76
Neave's Infants Food. 38
Hoyt's Cologne, large.    80
Citrate Magnesia     26
Holloway's Pills,     40
Cockle's Pills     40
Also, on hand a largo stock of froth garden
mm »ramsmmmm
WHOI.KHAI.K. AND RKTAII-.
A. M, HEKH1NG,
cii'-mlst, unit Druggist-Oolumbin Street,
tv'ile XVW Wi'-illiltltllW.
COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
—IHI'ORTKKH ANH I>KAl.KIt8 IK—
Books,
Stationery,
Fancy Goods,
Pianos,
Organs,
Music,
Newspapers,
Magazines,
Toys, etc.
The Largest Stock on the Mainland,   and  second   to   no
House in British Co-
'umbia.
—SOLE AGKNTS ;FOR	
The Henry P, Miller Piano,
The Dominion Organ,
Of Bowmanville, Oat.,
And agents for all the leading American
PIANOS & ORGANS
SPECIAL FORMS
RULED & PRINTED
On the premises, as neatly and cheaply
ns at auy othei establishment iu tlie
Province.
—AGENTS  FOK	
Confederation Liis Assurance Co..
North British and Mercantile Fire
Insurant* Ct.,
 Agent! for Firat-Olasa	
Fl ul WW SAFES
BHIPPIXB   BKGKIFI8C
DKKD8  M0RTU10K8,
BUM Or BALE,
CUSTOM U0VSR BUMS,
1KA8K8. PROM. N0TI8,
0BDBR8, RB-IB1PTB,
And all kiwis of Blank Book, and Blank
Forms on hand.
—All th. Uadlng—
NEWSPAPERS
 AND	
PERIODICALS
Begularly received.  Subscriptions taken
for any Publication at lowest rates.
tr We Import direct from muufao
turon, and cannot In undersold In this
Province.
T. R. PEARSON & 00.,
COLUMBIA   STltKKT,
New  Westmlniter, B. 0.
<hMc)
PUBLIC HMHWAY.
Osoyoos Division of Ynlo District.
XTOTICE IS  HEltEBY  (1IVEN  THAT
Xi   tho fdllowmg hlgliway- 40 teet In
witltit, Is liercby esliiblialieil, viz:--
Commencing ul a point on llio shore 0/
Long Lnko, nt tlio Indian Reserve thence
following tlio oltl trail, by wuy of Long
Lako Creok, to the Intorfloctlon of said
trull with the Coldstream whj---011 road.
WM. SMITHE.
Chief Com. of i-iimlti and Worku.
Lands and Workh Hopni-tmeitt,
Victoriu, II. O., 17th Mnreh. 1886.
21m hi 111
PUBLIC HIGHWAY,
Kamloops Division of Yule Dlstrlel,
NOTICE IK HEltEBY OIVEN THAT
the Highway whicli wan cntabllshed
hy Gazette notioe iluted lut December,
IH82, comniciii-iiiL- near the Junction of tlie
Nicola Ulv.Tvltli Clinperou Creek,thonco
running nortii and ■■mil h,one milo In oneh
dlrcctlnii,Ishcrolivextended forudlKtnneo
of four miles iidi]fi [omiI In each direction-
northerly and (-southerly.
WM* SMITHS.
Chief Com. of Lands and Worku.
Lands and Works Department,
Vletorla, B. C. 17th March. 1886.
24m ill in
TABLE
allowing tin* dales nnd places of C'oarta
of Amite, Nisi Pi-lint, nud Oyer and
Terminer, for lite year 18M.
spring as8ize8.
[On Vaxi-duvkk Isla^d.1
Victoria Mondny... 8rd May
Nunuimo Tuesday 1st Juue
[On SIAINI.ASD.]
New Westminster,.Wi-dnesduy...,.,5th Muy
Yale "\Vednesday....2filli May
Kamloops.... Monday 7th June
Clinton „ Mondny 14th June
FALL ASSIZES.
IOn Mainland.]
nichfield : Monday lath Sept.
Clinton Wednesday .;20th8epti
Kamloops Monduy 4th October
Lvttmi Monday.... llth October
Yale Friday liith Octobor
Now Westmln8ter..Wednosduy...l0th Nov.
[On Vancouvkr Island.]
Victoria Monduy .22nd Nov,
Nitnaliiio. Tuesday,-7m December
Prov. Hoerelary.
NOTICE
*IH HEREBY GIVEN.THAT THIRTY
I days after dulc, 1 intend making up-
iiltentloii to the Chief Commltaloner of
Lunds nnd Works for a Licenso to cut and
tiiiiy nwny tiinlior from the following described hinds In New Westminster District)
Conniieni'ln-" at a stake set on tho west
shore line of the large bay immediately
cast of Ceulle Bay, un Gambler Island,
and about a r-uark-rnf 11 mile southerly
from head of said bay, thence north, 40
chains; wesl.ilu chains; south, 41) chnins,
more or less, to shore line of suid hay;
thenee noi-thrrly,following shore llneof
suid bay to point ot commencement, con-
1. ,:; h -. nt«i<: orless.
ISAAC .TUNK1N8 HAYPEN.
Por A. G. GAMBLK, Agont,
New Westminster, B. C.
22nd Mareh, 1880.        24mhlm
NOTICE.
In the Esliiteof Henry O  Hydo.
deceased.
TENDERS WILL RE ItECEIVED BY
the nmlerslBiieil, or by *\V. NORMAN
BULK, his solicitor, on or before the 17th
day of May, issn, for lln* purchase of nn
111nllvj1l.il lm!" Inures! In Lot 11, Hloek 27,
in the Oity of New Westminster, and also
for the -pim-hus-Mif an undivided half Interest in 1,11178, Uronu l, in NowWeatniln-
sler District,
E. A. .TENNS,
Administrator.
Dateilhitl.  \->-ll,lSrtlJ. apntd
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
IN PROBATE.
In the u.mih or M.OlH.t. UKKKN,
dc£fffiedi
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
all persons Indebted lothe lute George
Green, formerly of the Clly of New Westminster, deceased, are requested to pay
tho amount of their liidobleduess tothe
undersigned ut New Westminster, forthwith, und all persons having any claim
ugninsi the esiuto arc mnic-aed to furnish
particulars thereof, duly verified, within
one month from this dutc.
COBBOULB. MOCOLL A ATKINSON,
.solicitors for Administratrix.
Dated 2:lrd March, ISM. 2-tmhlm ,
l^rOTICEl.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll we Intend to mako application to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission to purchase (640)
six hundred uud forlv aeres of lund situate
In New Westminster District and de*
scribed as follows:
Commencing ut a post ubout 2(1 chains
oust of the northeast corner of Lot 272,
thence norlh, in chains: thonco west,HO
chains; thence south, 40 chains; theuce
cast, 80 chnins to point of commence1
ment.
Commencing at the northeast eornerof
Lot 21m, llieueo north, 10 chains; thence
west,80 ehulns; thence south, oO chains;
Ihenee east, 411 chains; theuce norlh, 10
chains: thence eust,411 chalmi lo polntof
commencement.
B. SPRINGER!
Ititrmnl Inlel, H.r., Hith April, 188*1.
17np2tn
I
Iinportor ami Dealer fn
Family Groceries!
—AND—
PROVISIONS.
Imported in quantity,
First-Glass in quality,
Sold at Bottom Prices
The best Place in the
Oity to buy your
Groceries.
D. McPHADEN,
Denim's llrick Hli.uk,
NKW 1VKST1UNSTER, B. C.
mlit
1TOTIOB.
ALL PERSONS ARE hereby warned
against purchasing, leasing or trespassing upon the South-west Quarter of
Seetion 23, Township23,New Westminster
District. D. McLEAN, M.D.
New Westminster.
Dated 12th, March, 1880. Mm him
NOTICE.
In lhe Hatter or the Estate of Henry A.
Hyde, an Intestate.
ALL PERSONS Indebted to lhe above
estate are required to settle such indebtedness forthwith, and nil persons having claims against said estate must send
in proved accounts to tho undersigned, or
to'w. Norman Bole, his sol lcltnr, on or be-
NOTICE
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I INTEND
to mute application totho Chief Commissioner of LandB and "Works for permission to purchase (260) two hundred
and fifty acres of land situate In New
Westminster District, nnd dCBcrlbod as
follows: Commencing ut tho northwest
corner post of my preemption claim No.
fill; thence north, GO chains; thonco enst, 50
chains; thence south, 50 chains; thence
west, GO chains to polntof commencement.
B. SPRINGER,
Per J, C. HflGiiiw.
New Westminster, Feb. 8,188(1.
lOfeSm
NOTIOE.
I THE UNDERSIGNED Intend mnking
application tothe Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for permission to purchase three hundred and twenty acros of
land (820 acres) situato in New Wcstmiu-
ster District, and on the north sldeof Burrard Inlet, commencing at the northwest
corner post of Lot 273, thenoo trite north,
80 chains; thenoo true east, to chains;
thenoe true south, 80 ehnins to the north
boundary of IM 273; thence true west, 40
ehains along said boundary to tho plnco
of beginning. WILLIAM POWER.
New Westminster, Feb, 23,1880,
JTOTIOB.
■VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll I Intend lo apply to the Honorable
Cliief Commissioner of Lands and Works
to purchase 200 acres of land, more or less,
In New Westminster District, described
as follows:
Commencing at the northeast comet
post of Lot 2-3-1, Group I, thenco north
about 80 chains; thence west, about 20
chains to eastern boundary of timber
leaso; thence south along said oastern
boundary to northern boundary of Indian
Reserve; thence along snid northern boundary line easterly to polntof commencement. C. G. MAJOR.
New Westminster, Feb. fith, 1880.
.  lOreUin
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
application will bo mnde to the Legislative Assembly of tho Provinco of British Columbia, nt tho next session thereof,
for nn Aot to incorporate a Company for
the purpose of constructing, equipping
nnd maintaining, gasworks,-and supplying gns to consumers at the terminus of
the Canadian Paoifio Railway at Coal
Harbor and English Buy, New Westminster Distriot, and of doing all acts and
thlncs requisite or convenient for greeting the purposes aforesaid.
J. ROLAND HETT,
Lnngley St., Victoria.
Solicitor for I he Applicants.
Dated 10th December, 1885 de2.lte
NOTICE
TS HEREBY GIVEN THAT 80 DAYS
I after date I Intend mnking application
tothe Chief Commlssloneror Lands and
Works for a license to out and carry away
timber from thefollowlng described lauds
In New Westminster District:—
Commencing (it a point on the east shore
line of Gambler Island, about SW miles
northerly 'from Halkett Point, ami ubout
15chains northerly from a small creek,
thonee wcst.40 chains; south,80 ehulns;
cast,-10chains, moro or less, to the slum'
llneof (Jamhior Island; thence northerly
following meandcrings of shore line to
point of commencement; ciiutnliiing 320
acros, more or less.
HENRY ROSS.
New Westminster, B. l*.,
Maroh 12,1880. 1.1i*ihlm
NOTICE
TS HEREBY GIVEN thai application
I will be made to the Legislative Assembly of the Province of British Columblu,
at the next session thereof, for nu Aet to
Incorporate a company for the purpose of
uellng, managing and niainlu!:iing
Water Works al the terminal point of the
Canadian Pacific Railway on Coal Harbor
and English Bay, and for the purposes
thereof granting to tho suld company the
Erivllego of taking water from Capllano
reek, Burnaby Lake or other sultablo
points, with power to the said company
to build flumes, mjueducts, lay pipes, erect
dams, ocquire lands, and do all oilier acts
and things necessary for the purposes
aforesaid.
EBERTS A TAYLOR.
Solicitors for Applicants.
Dated September :Wlh, 1885. delltc
$
•UTOTICB.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Islutive Assembly of tho Province of Brli
ish Columhla, at the next session thereof,
for an aot to Incorporate a oompany for
the purpose of constructing, mumging
and maintaining water works at the terminal point of the Canadian Pacific Railway, ou Coat Harbor and English Bay,
and also at Port Moody and the City of
New Westminster and adjacent places,
and for tho purposes thereof granting lo
the said company tho privilege ot taking
water from tho Coquitlam River or Lake.
with power to the said company to build
flumes, aqueduct*, lay pipes, ertet dmns,
acquire lands, and do all other acts and
things necessary for the purposes aforesaid. CORBOULD A McCOLL,
Solicitors for Applicants.
Dated Hovombcr Oth, 1885. nollte
Estate of Trapp Bros.
mHK BUSINESS OP
TRAPP BROTHERS
Will 111 'tis lutura be curled on umler
the above style uid under the mmage.
ment ol
THOS. J. TRAPP.
jylBtd (By order).
JACKSON'S
Navy Tobacco.
We call thc attention of consumers to
the superior eh owing qualities of this most
excellent Tobacco, Samples will be sent
free by applying to t,AE. WKRTHEIM-
Kl, Mt MM em* Vr-Mt llrcelt Saa Irai-
rlie*, fai.-, Hole Agents for Pacifio Coast,
Tbe goods an for salo by all the principal Jobbers In British Columbia.
T. N. HlBBEN I CO.
ANI» GENERAL DEALERH IN TIIE
many ?arletles of stook indirectly
connected with the above.
Having studied thc best markets for the
past quarter of a century, economy In
purchasing has been attained by Importing In quantities direct from tbe publishers and manufacturers, nnd no pains Is
spared to keep m full r.nd well-select oil
stock.   .
Old Mtionio Building, Overmen t Si.
VICTORIA, B. C.
•••The following New Books Just re*
ceived: fanatflaa- riftarrs, by MartjHis
•ruraei Trta*«ry ef hagi traw'i Lr<
rivalled Vanity Alias. ocWe
STEAM
PRINTING
ESTABLISHMENT,
Columbia St.
New Westminster, It. (J.
Every Description
PROMPTLY KXliCUTED
-IN-
FIRST-CLASS STYLE
Bill Heads,
Circulars,
Letter Heads,
Envelopes,
Cards,
Tags,
Posters,
Programmes,
Legal Blanks,
Show Cards,
Books,
And all Sorts of Plain
or Colored Work.
f\UR FACILITIES FOR
COMMERCIAL PRINTING
Are far beyond those of any ottier establishment on the Mainland, ami our prices
will compare favorably with thoae of
Victoria,
Done on the Premises,
We havo a first-class RULING MA*
CHINK, and ire prepared to rule aU
kinds of forms to onlor.
wr Plain Binding neatly done,
D. ROBSON & CO
PBOPKI1TOES

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