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 a O
•955=!
fails fntwh Columbian
osrsjospecli.
There hudwen no period in the
history of ■Westminster when its
prospect, of permanent increase
vera brighter than they are at the
present moment. During the past
twelve > months the city hu made
IniMsmu shiiln. The wlae of per-
maaait improvemeabi last year wat
estimahid to be 1260,000, but no
one ever knew a time when so many
buildings were in process of construction and in contemplation as
now. The great event oi the year
was the completion and opening of
the branch line connecting this city
with the Canadian Pacific Railway.
That brought us at once into intimate oontaet with the whole business world, and supplied the one
thing needed to place us among the
most favored commercial cities of
the province. Along with the railway came the gu works, which
added no insignificant item to the
programme of advancement. The
lighting of the city with gas has
done a j great; deal .more than some
wppo*. to improve it in the
eve. ol visitors, and stamp upon it
the ekaiaoter of permanence. In
addition to this, through the enterprise of the 0. P. R. and Postal
Union, we obtained a vastly more
efficient and far-reaching telegraph
service. To these very substantial
guns it is proposed this year to add
much in the way of erecting substantial building., and in this a
great, many citjiwi. will be able to
lendassssarial MSattaaoe. The adoption of a fire limits by-law last year
ii producing the results its advocates predicted. Instead of paltry
wooden buildings going up within
the area covered by tbe by-law, we
tn going to have large s«d substantial brick structures that will be
an ornament to the city. Iti. alto
intended to make arrangements thii
year for the erection of a substantial city hall, somewhat in keeping
with the dignity and standing of
the Boyal Oity. It has been a subject of wonder that a oity with a
white population of over 3,000, the
largest and wealthiest and most influential city fin the mainlmd of
British Columbia, should have existed these many yean without a
publio hall of it. own. The erection of a HOiOOO city hall will put
an end to that wonder, and will
mttarially improve th. aspect of the
city. Tola year, kit*; tre 'hope to
see the new woollen mill in operation, adding an important item to
our Irwal industries, and inoreuing
the importance of thii oity aa a
centnvl market tor th. farming com
muraHy by wbica we an tarrennded.
When the otanril hu negotiated it.
loan of fTSiOOO, there will be avail
able a considerable turn fer other
improvero^ which will add to the
attsmetiTeaess and conveniences of
the «i.ty. Among the projects contemplated in connection with thii
loan age tke laying out of a publio
park, tou artablishment of a public
market, and a large amount of
itreet work; All these schemes are
neceawry to onr requirements. There
it a common opinion prevailing,
among people who have recently'
arrived in thii province that Westminster it, all things considered, one
of the' moat desirable location, to
be feud-anywhere in the country.
It haa. fin. situation, with wrround
ingt that in a few yean will be ex-
oeedingly attractive, and in point
of climate it has many advantages.
over-aliithe other provincial cities.
There il not a healthier city in
Canada, and' we doubt if there it
one any where more easily preserved
from the oantamintting agencies incident: to a rapidly-accumulating
populatten. We have a climate u
mild u that of any part of the
provinc, and have the advantage ot
being fret from the ©hilly winds tnd
luddta okangas to which others aro
Then, the edu-
tiaa of Westminster
an itt*)tmtt\ Mwkste in-thw-prov-
and beside, flten there are private
institutions w4a». may be pursued
varioai branches of study not taken
Up in the pubh'c Khoob. From a
oommtrcial point of view ao city fat
the province U situated more advantageously than thi* It commands
the tsaoe ef the whole of Westminster sbatrict, bs»use it commands
tht trade of ftaier River, the gnat
natural trade artery of the district
and the' province; and its railway
facilitiesI tre tqual to those of uy
other oiky,, It, u expected thtt before tt»a the .south of the Fraser
River "will fee ao improved a. to admit aara. of all cuums, and these
ships wiH^pirience no difficulty in
ntohing Jhjt city. The commence
stent oTregoltr ocean shipping will
be «n important era in oar oivio
history. f« visrw of then thing.,
let net tht people of Westminster
do aoii'lhajHi .tfce-aieivta jntt
would. Isatt stit them. W.havt
only towat 'forward the energy that
brionft^to -at, and in tbe exentpe of
coaaqai .***•• nd^otwprU. we
ak.U snaasUr attain to th. high
- ' "•  *Mefc dettttiy i.
Change of Name.
fTIHE UNDERSIGNED FIRM DOING!
J. business In Boots and shoes on Co-
fiimbla Streetwill hereafter be known as
sal* snupare.
Gib. H. (IHANT * CO.,
Jiinostli.lsn.          NewWestmlnster.
'; ^     djeltwl '    ,-.
To Contractors ft Builders.
WHOLE AND SEPARATE TENDERS
will be received by the undersigned
up to noon on Thindiy Ike Iflth nr June,
tor tbe erection of a THREE-STORY
BRICK BLOOK tor Mesrirs. W. J. Arm-
■tronj and E. B. Scoullar.   Plans and
specification* can be seen at thin ofllcu nn
-nd after the Wli Inst.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
G. W. GRANT, Arohlteet,
McKenzie Street.
New West., B.C., June 3, WW.     djctltd
B. G. Penitentiary!
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
tbe undersigned until 12 o'clock noon
on Monday, June 27th, 1887, for supplying
the Penitentiary from July 1st, 1887. to
June 80th, 1880, with the following articles:
1, Coal-Wellingtonscreoiictd.
2. Beef.
3. Bread—white and brown.
4, Salmon [red], fresh and salt.
ii. Groceries.
6. Blankets Twhlto, 4-pt.], per pair.
7. Flout—best brand In market.
8. Leather and Findings for Bhoe Shop,
detailed lists of which oan be obtained on
application at the Penitentiary.
Neither the lowef t or any tender necessarily accepted.
Samples may be seen and blank forms
of tender obtained on application to the
accountant at the Penitentiary.
No tender will be considered unless on
these blank forms.
Imperial weights and measures required. All articles supplied to be of the best
quality.
fSlgned],     ARTHUR H. McBRIDE,
Warden.
June 8th, 1887. djefltd
CELEBRATION
NEW WESTMINSTER
JUKI Uth t 15lh, 188J.
•pening of the Park.
i Boyal Artillery Salute.
Torchlight Procession
Hone, Boat & Canoe Racing.
dames and Sport..
 City Band.
arThe various Committees will spare
np pains to make the Celebration a sue-
•.S.fl'BTIS,
K. niruiNBON,
Mayer.
HORSE RACING, 14th JUNE, 9 A.M.
COMMITTEE.—H. Elliott, D. McPhoden,
J. Punch, A. G. Gamble, W. Moresby.
1st Race—open to all comers-catoh
weights. Entrance fee 16 per cent. Half
mile beats, best 2 In 8. First prise 8200
with entrance added; Second horse saves
entrance.
Ind Race—Running-open to all local
horses. Entrance fee 10 per cent. Half
mile race, best 2 In 3. First prize 975; Second horse saves entrance.
8rd Race—Running-open to co-nmon
■addle horses. Entrance fee io per cent.
Half mile heats, bi*t 2 In.'J. One prize tin.
. (Judges to determine which arc common
saddle horses),
4tb Race—Running— Indian ponies. Entrance fee fl. Half mile ruce, bust 2 In :t.
First price f 10, Second 85,
Three horse* to enter and two horses to
■tart In each raco. Decision of Committee
to1 be final.
All entries for races, except race No. 4,
lobe made (before 12 noon to 1). AlcPliml-
en) on Monday 18th Inst.
Horses for first race to bo on the ground
attfa. m. sharp. Fifteen minutes to be
allowed between each heat.
BOAT AND CANOE RACING.
Committee.—Alex. Even, J. A. Laldlaw,
Wm. Johnson, Oapl. A. Grant, Wm, Vlan-
en,J. Eelnaley. .
Salting nee for open bout:- not to exceed
30ft. In length, 8 boats to start. Entrance
fee 16.00.   First prlso 880.00: Second 820.00.
Sailing race to begin nt 2 p. m. Mth of
Jane.
Four Oared Gig Race, open to all comers,
with or without outriggers or sliding seats.
Entrance 12.60.  Firstprlio $50.00; Second
} 10.00.  To be rowed on the 14th of June at
p. m.  .
Miking Skiff Race.
Two pair senile (White men) open to nil
comers. EntranceJljOO. First prise 812.-
Mt Second $10.00. To be rowed on tho 14th
of June.
Boys Race-jwhlte) under 18 years, two
pahrsculls. First prlr.c $7.50; Second $2.50.
To be rowed on the 14th of June.
Indian Canoe Hoce-tiri In eaoh canoe),
First prise $90.00, second prize $7.60.
Indian Canoe Race—{il men In each
canoe).  First prise $22.00, second $6.60.
Indian Canoe Race-(2 men In each
canoe). First prise $1.00.
Indian races to commence on tho 15th of
June, at 8 p.m.
Single Bcnll Race, open to all comers.
Prize $5.00. To be rawed on tho ISth or
Juna *"
Decision ot Committee to be final. Three
boats, skiffs or canoes to enter.
GAMES ASP 8POBTB.
Cossmit-I. f. Bonson, F. (lllnlmi,
W. J. Corbett, W, Boss, P. Grant, T. Mow-
alt, F. Crake, J. Sprott.
TO COMMKNCF. 10 A. »., ISTH JUNK.
400-yard Race. Entraneoteoll.no. First
prise |I0; Second 15.00.
100-yard Race. Entrance feu SI.00. First
prisols.00: Second St.HO.
Hurdle Race [5 hurdles]. Entrance toe
14.00.  First prlso ,10.00; Second 81.00.
Running Long Jump. Entrance 50 ets.
First prise JI.O0; Second 12.00.
Standing Long Jump. Entrance 60ots.
 ,00| Second $M«.
ih Leap. Entrance GO els.
 .» Second W.00; Third ,1.00.
Running Hop, step and Leap.    ~
trance GO els. "'—'  -•--— —■•
 _._..). First prise 11.00; Second fZOO
Standing Hop, Step a Leap. Entrance
coots. First prise two; Second ts.00.
Vaulting. Entrance 60 ot«. First prise
18.00; Second tl; Third 12.00.
Thiw-tegjml Race.   Entranoe BO ots.
First prjaell00; Seeond JtUO.
Wheelbarrow Race.   First prize 18.00;
SecondB.n.  Entrance tree.
SMkBue. First prise SHOW Second «■
60. Entranoe free.      .,.,_.
, Bon Rkee [under 15ye.nl. Entrance
free. FlrstnrlsesatO; Secosdjl^o.
Tug ot War-Between Artillery nnd
Rifles. PMm 115.00. .
tyateaueinr nMowsiei*
In Canoes and Boats on Fraser River on
IheerenlngottheHlh.
I. the DRILL SHED on Wednesday Even-
For Sale or Lease.
A FARM CONTAINING W6 ACRES-
A partly Improved, situated on tho
North,Arm, Fresor Rlvor, about flmlles
(rom New Westminster and about 8 miles
from Vancouver. For particulars apply
to JAMES MILLER. Sen Island, North
Arm, or to JOHN SPROTT, Immigration
Agent, Now Westminster.        dwjelml
Estate of Kelly Bros.
TAKE_NOTICE. .
A LL FKRSONS INDEBTED TO THE
A above Estate are notified that Mr,
Henry V. Edmonds in alone authorised
by us to recolvo payment thereof and to
give vecolpts (or sumo.
». J. PITTS,
F. (J. SIMPSON,
JNO. WILSON,
Assignees of Estate of Kelly Bros,
dmh2oto
NKW WESTMINSTER, 11. U.
Board of Directors, 1886-87:
Q, E. CORBOULD, President,
C. M. McNAUGHTEN.Vlce-Prosldent
W. H. KEARY. Bee-Treasurer.
W. N. BOLE. M.P.P.! H. ELLIOTT;
J. W. HARVEY; J.OUNNINQHAH.
DIRECTORS* ANNUAL REPORT.
Gentlkmi:\-In presenting our report
for fiscal yenr ending 31st March, 1887,
we bog to state that it will bo an utter
impossibility to run tbo hospital free of
debt on tbo grant just voted by tbe gov*
ornment for tho ensuing financial year.
Tbe surgeon has been attentive In his
duties and reports a large increase in the
number of patients admitted during the
year, shewing also thnt we have received
patients from all parts of tbe province,
There are a number of incurables in
this hospital, somo of whom were brought
from Victoria hospital years ago. The
sum of $1,000 a yoar baa been voted for a
convalescent home in Victoria, the last
few years. Tbo Board think, therefore,
that some of these incurables should be
shipped back to Victoria.
A great numbci- of improvements have
been made during tbe year, walls end
floors repaired, n wash-house built, the
two cesspools thoroughly cleaned; the
building being old,, requires constant re*
pairs, which entails considerable expend*
inure.   .
The hospital bas been filled to its
utmost capacity during the whole year.
Tbo Board desire to thank subscribers
for generous substriptions, lists of whioh
are annexed, and without which it would
hnve been found impossible to have kept
the institution free of debt; also the congregations of Holy Trinity Church, St.
Andrew's (Presbyterian), Methodist tnd
Baptist Churches for hospital Sunday
collections, and the following ladles and
gentlemen for old clothes, linen, books,
papers etc..—Mesdamcs 0. T. Woods, C.
E. Woods, Major, Lnmiic, H. Elliot, W.
J. Armstrong, W. B. Townsend, Douglas, Edmonds, J. W. Harvey, Baker, W.
H. Kcary, D. Hennessey. Cummings, A.
M. Herring, Bronskill, Sisters St. Ann's
Convent, ladies W. O. T. U., Bachelors'
Ball Hatobery, McstnJ.B. Fisher. Z. B.
Hall _tiZ IboKlov, Is: McDonnell.
The surgeon's report is appended here*
to, ahd gives full details of tbo work
accomplished for the year.
The average cost per day for each resident patient in tho. hospital, which in*
eludes the disbursements on out-door
patients, is 67 cents.
W. H, KEARY,
Hon. Secretary.
BURGEON'S REPORT
Foil Yeaie Ending 31st MAitcic, 1887.
To the Members of the Board of Directors:
GENTLEMEN.-! have the honor to
herewith present, the report on this Hospital for tho yenr ending illst March, 1887:
Number ot Indoor Patients ...103
"     -Outdoor     "     .....;«* 60
"          Remaining In Hospital.. 18
" Died.,..., .T.........M 14
Onuses of death of tho fourteen who died
aud length of time In Hospital:—1 typhoid fever, Odyfl; 1 alcoholism, 18 dy«; 1
effbotflqf tire nt Vancouver, 4 moR, 10 dyi;
1 bronchitis, 4 dys; I lnllniii.itUm of bow-
flu, Sdys; 1 consumption, 2 mos. 20dys;
1 syphilis; t) dys: 1 paralysis, 4 dys; luneu-
rlsm (popliteal), -I iuiH.aitl.VK; 1 general
debility, 2 mos, 27 dys; t unmirlsm (arota),«
12 dys; 1 old age, A dys; 1 paralysis, 23 dys;
I dropsy, 6 dps; toftil, 14.   '
Although the number of deaths Is large
the short nam her of days In the Hospital
of a largo proportion of them shows that
tbey came In In a hopeless condition.
The places where tbe Indoor patients
were received frum. nro as follows,'
Victoria...
Ourlhoo	
Kamloops
Mew Westminster..^1"*
1
Ladner's Landing.. 2
liiiiijrley. a
Ofover valley. 1
Harrison River,..., 1
Mad Bay 8
Chllliwhack.... 1
North Arm, Fraser l
Boston -Bar I
Oasslnr  1
Fraser lllver  3
Mission.... 2
Pitt Meadows........ 1
Bonaparte
Yale...', u i
Port Moody ti
Hast tr-f^ 4
Moodyvllle il
Port Huney 2
Vancouver..-. ...22
Hone  1
C. P R  *
Total , ids
Tbo numberof Incurables now In the
Hospital Is twelve [Ml, This largo number requiring to be taken euro of from
year to year rotidors.lt Impossible to make
a number of desirable Improvements In
the building, owing to I In* limited supply
of funds. 1 have Introduced tho table of
residences to show tbe people of Biltlsh
Columbia that they all ought to take an
Interest In helping oil this institution,
which is increasing in usefulness every
year, as maybe seen by comparing the
number of Indoor pntlonts of the previous
year —seventy-live (Tr,)—with tins year—
one hundred uml thrno (103).  .
Wo still require a lot of draining to be
done about and from the building,, The
floors and walls have been Improved and
the now wash-room U a groat addition to
the comfort of the place,   .
1 have great pleasure In thanking a
number or friends of the Hospital for presents of clothes, old linen, pictures', books
nnd papers. Again I have to thank the
steward, Mr. Charles Dlgby, for his constant attention lo tho cleanliness of the
building and his kindness and attention
to tho wants of the sick ami his readiness
In carrying out nil-my directions, Before
closing this report 1 must oflfcr my sincere
thanks to theWodlculHCnWemrTi whoso
kindly offered thoir utulstuiico to myself
whenever required during tho post yenr.
I urn Yours Fat Hi fully,': i
K. I. BKNTLKY, M. By    ,
surgeon R.C.II.
TRPABURER'8 REPORT. .;
In presenting tho accounts for the past
yoar, the Treasurer bej-s to call nttoniioii
to tho fact tha t the outlay has been rigidly
scratlulzcil.ln whioh he has been ably
u'ssistod by Iho Steward,-Mr. Dlgby. There
seems little prospect of any reduction of
expenditure. . You will notice that the
subscriptions havo been liboral and have
been a great assistance In keeping the
Institution froe of debt. It Is to be regretted that the Government havo reduced
tho grant to tho Hospital from M/nX to W,-
600. WrH. KBARV,
Treasurer.
Thk Treasurer ih Mart, with the Royal Columbian Hospital.
., receipts,
To Balance from 1885-6 u4' 9M0
Government Grant, 4,600 DO
Paying Patlentt, "?Sfi
ColleatlonA and Subscriptions, 516 75
R, I.Beniley.TCsq.iM.n.,refund, 87 U
Collections, Holy Trinity, (W 00
•>     '    Methodist,     , M a
:"' -     Presbyterian, 57 75'
11. H, Banna, proceeds of Boll
mUCICln/:-.)        .   -     .. ., 17 W
Mrs, To'wle, proceeds of Ball at ,
Langley, 10 25
RXPENDITDRB.
By Audit .« r....«'
Bedding,
Bread,
Clothing,
Drugs and Appliances,
Furniture,
Funerals,
Fuel,
Groceries,
Insurance, '-WM
Light, 103 00
Meat and Fish, 758 84
Medical Comforts, » 75
Milk, 8S2 88
Nursing, 105 00
New Weah House, U0O0
Repairs to Buildings, . 188 20
Salaries, 1,887 £0
Stationery, Printing, Ac, 87 88
Shtp^neurabte, g«j
WMhtne, ' ISO 00
Ralanee, OS 73
toVSsli
To Balanw after paying acels. to      _
March Slst, HT(
Examined and round correct,
W. H. FALDWO.
Auditor.
New Westminster, Hay Tin, 1887.
Ult of SakMrikm tt Iwpltal.
MOODYVILLK.
Moodyvllle
S. M. Co., IM 00
B. Springer, 5 00
A.N.C.KIng, 5 00
W.T.MoGrath,B 00
P. James, 2 50
E. H. Flood, SflO
E.   Cadwall-
ader,
J. Little,
W. Ooww,
J. H.Henderson, . :l-.
H. B. Waller, 2 50
T. Tamaree, 1 SO
0. O. Hsrbell, 1 50
A. May, 2 SO
J.MeWhlnney,2 50
N. Trim,        2 00
A. Brown,       1
J.Doyle, 1
0, Armstrong, 1 50
A. McCnllum, 1 50
2 50
250
SOO
II
L. Swott,
J.Hsher,
O.White,
A. Andrews,
W.MoUod.
W.A.;WI»(er,
M.B«k, "
H.nto,
D.MeGallmn,
W. Dineen,
A. Robert,
J. Chapmsn,
B. Oreen.
G.WlUlams,
S. Hsslam,
W, Saunders,
250
ISO
150
250
200
100
100
250
2 DO
10 00
100
250
ISO
1 50
1 00
100
A. B, Calkins, 110
B. Umlah,
J. Sisgren,
E. Martin,
J. Lester,
D. Bailey,
2 50
100
1 00
200
100
RICHMOND.
W.D. Ferris, f 100
J. Prestidge        25
A. KUgonr,     1 OO
J. T. Errlngton,   75
Geo. CaracaUen,  SO
D.MoDonald, 100
Mrs. Gerow,       25
H. Somerville, '  SO
S. Yoxall,
J. Johnson,
J. Shaw,
E, CKirkUnd, 1 00
F. D. Taylor,   1 00
Capt. Stewart, 1 00
J.W.Twaddle,16 00
$180 50
1 00
100
1 00
150
John Sir,
Shanly,
J. Jones,
K. Smith,
D. Smith,
Bt McDonald, 1 00
Jo.. Griffiths, 2 50
Jno. Ferguson, 1 00
John Swauson, 1 00
J.W.Mlller, 1 00
Jas. Miller, 1 00
Wm. Nlooll, SO
Hugh Boyd, 1 00
Mrs. Thornber, 100
LADNER'S
T. McNeely, |10 00
H.N. RioB, SOO
Jas. Bone, 1 00
Cbas.Clausen, 1 00
W.L.MoBride, 1 00
N. H. Bain, 2 50
W. Kirkland, 100
J. D. Burr, 1 00
H. Hellieasen, 1 00
LULU HSAND.
12325
LANDING.
G. MeKensio, 1 00
Wm. McKee, 2 00
J. C. Feral-
hough, 2 SO
A. Gilchrist, 1 00
Sharpe*Palne,2 50
D. Woodward, 2 00
Geo. Green, 1 00
Chris. Brown, 100
138 50
Waller Lee, $100
E. J. Jones, 1 00
Mrs, Peterson, 1 00
Frank Jeason, 1 00
Clyt Swift, 100
O. P. Bylander, 50
Thos. Kidd, 2 50
Bltir Bros., 2 00
London Bros., 2 50
Geo. London, 00
John Dell, 100
Ed. Millerson, 1 00
M. Weloh, a SO
A.E.Anderson, 100
Alfred Adham, 2 50
M. M. English, 2 50
E. S. Bartruff, 1 50
Chas. Friend, 50
Ju, McKay, 1 00
M. Stores, 2 SO
Thos. Lindsay. 1 00
F. Humphrey, 2 00
John Green, 1 00
Thos. Hurls,
John Taylor,
Err'Banders,
Da.idReU,
S. M.Pearson, 1 00
Chancy Leo, I 00
Thlrkle*Tiffin,2S0
RiwRwt, 100
H. McDonsM, 2 SO
SO
2 00
2 00
100
MOUNT LEAMAN.
D.Nicholwo,!    SOL. Paqui,
E. W, King,    100 J. Yowert,
Jas. H. Lee,    1 00 L. Fletcher,
I.R.MoGregor,    50
(45 SO
50
100
50
is"oo
WADE'S LANDING.
F. E. Wad.,   (5 00|R.O.MoKenny,2 00
Ralph Burton, 2 OOIP. IS. Wade,    1 00
•10 00
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Corbould k
MoColl,     I20 00
J.  Cunning-
. ham, 10 00
Hy. Elliott, 10 00
C.MoDonough.lOOO
J. KUard *Co,10 00
S. H. Webb, 10 00
J. A. Calbiok, S 00
I.B.Fisher, 20 00
L. L. Donne, 10 00
Jas. Cash, 5 00
Van^Skeo-
burg * Bro, 10 00
HOPS.
E.8. Scoullar
*Co., 10 00
Jas. Punch, 2 60
H. Johnson, 2 50
AKilgour, 2500
AUreifAdsms.UOO
Geo. Mead, I 2 SO
W. Vianen. 2 00
J. R. Phillips, 2.00
J.S. MacdonelM 00
D.S. Curtis, 2 50
A.M.Herring, 2 50
J;Cnningliam,2 50
D. Robson,      1 00
1100 00
C. Galloway, 15 00
G. WOklnsm, 2 SO
Chse. Murphy, 1 00
Roland Rider,
J.W.Wbih, 2 00
Wm. Yates, 2 00
J. A. Fraser, 1 00
Hudson BayCo.S 00
Ju. Carrigan, 2 60
Ju.WarafeT   2 «0
dmylOinl
A. H. Coppen, 1 SO
J. Murphy, 1 00
J. G. Bristol, 10 00
D. A. McDonald,
B. Silver,
T. Alvarey,
J.H. Be..i,
LukeGihion,
W. L. Flood,
100
ISO
100
2 00
ISO
2 50
149 00
Piano Timing.
11/rB.O. H. OOODWIH. OK VICTORIA,
M  will .l.lt Mew Wei*mlnsler.hortl]r,
rorafewtlnyi.   Order.fortunln.maybe
left at Lyal's Bookstore.
  UOODW1M4 JORDAN.
Dental Notice.
IIWl-ECT TO I.KAVK.KOR THB IN-
lerlor on the SHUT tost, to be absent
one month. All requiring .dental work
please take notice end favorr. »h ~
accordl%ly. O.B.C.'Bl
dwrnyllnfl
THECITYOFION00H
OF LONDON, BNOLAND.
CAPITAL       .       .
Dominion Ooy'l Deposit, lUtW.
HI KICII»TI0IH Of WWIAIU HirtITT
NsIIIU AT MNMMt MTU.
Policies Written .nd Losses Adjusted and
Paid without Reference to HomeOnlc*.
H,V.EMfl
H At*'
ifl&trs;
^%&w,:
[wtajusler.
District.
Atent,
anted In unrepresented
trlots. ■ -^**j,~-BRaW
aeneral Atent far arlllsh Col.nl
•cabls.
mo
APPI
A CHANCE
MAKE HOUSE RENT AND SOU'A
..__... L         ..   _ mitnir
IJeOW
Month, by purchiwing the Furniture.
3STOTIOIB-
XTOTICB IS HEttEBY'GIVEK THAT
ll 80 days after date we, the under-
aiened. Intend making application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands und Works
for permtulon to leaBe for timbering iwr-
poses the following desorlbed land:   '
Commencing at a stake placed atthe
lnterwotlon of the North lino of Learny
A Kyle's timber limit, known as Limit B,
with a lidce .ulhtaut about a mile* northerly from Cardero Channel; thence run-
N&Mehnins,°Weit%)eha'ina! NorilS)
ohalns, west 20 ohalns, North 20 ohalns,
West 40 chains, to the Ronth-weHt corner
pott; thence North-90 chains, Enst 20
ohalns. North 20 chains, East JO chains,
North *) ohalns, East 40 chains. North tn
ohalns, East 40 chains, South 20 oltut ns. to
the lake shore: thenco West, following
Uko shore to place of comm<-noement—
containing 1820 acres, moro or less.
LEAHY &&YLE.' "
Voneouter, «,c„ 31st May, 18ft! dj«3ml
JOHNS. COX,
IMPORHR & DEALER IN
IT COSTS NO MORE TO-KEEP GOOD
Fowls than lt docs to keep poor Fowls.
My Breeding Pens arc equal to aiiy In
the United (states or Canada.
I propose to furnish Eggs from premium
and flraWilaKH Fowls, my design belngto
establish a reputation that will lust.
Cash must accompany all pidors.
Address, with stamp,     '
.    JOHN ,8. COX, f .
dwfeVto ,»;i'sTQW Westminster..
THB
OF THE HARRISON.
IN"   AICBBXO^..' , '
EN0MH0 BY THE LEADING PHYSICIANS.
PRIVATE SWIMMING AND VAPOR
BATHS.
BEPAKATR APAOTHENTfl FOR LAMES
With Experienced Attendants In Charge
■•let  Accommodation   uusnriinised,
with graduated rates,
States meet all trains at Agnasiz's Station, C.P.R. t
Saturday rate byC. P. R.—Westminster
toAgassli and return, only SJ 50. Tickets
good for 15 days, 8o.0ll. dwjeOtc
WAN0--F0RTES.
1 *•     »•.     0(10   ■.-!—IT  : '-'*      ■■'■  "'•
GOLD SfHAl,    ni^UKBT 1WAKD.
laTcaton'Exhtbillon. Lowleu. '.
mtiE MANUFACTURES OF MFHHR8.
J. KIRKMAN are noted for their Huoe-
florouality of workmanship and material
employed. ,„
The planoSortea made jby this old-esteb-
llshed firm nro spoi-lnTIy nilnpted to the
climate of eaoh country whence they ore
unrtflC.^ /jt,     - r * r,
■riron frames, ovcrwlrunn, chfclaiic-
tIon,Jtnd »H|he latest ImpjovemenM eft-
surlBgl*llllaiioj»oftone. i!|| j 5 J
ROBERT WARD & CO
VIOIOIIIA,
B.I. Age.ls r.rnrlll.h<oloDit)la.
dwje.wa :   ..    i
Showing the Dates and I'laccs of,
Conrts or Assise, Nisi Prlus, and
Ojror and Terminer, fur the
Year looi',
fjmw AKBtam
.  [ Ou Vnnnanver l.l.ml ]
Victoria Mondny null May.
Nanalmo Tunsduy... ;.7tli June.
[On Mi.lnl.1,.1]
NewWestmlnstcr..Woilnesduy...Hli May.
Kamloops Monday  Dili June.
Clinton Monday 13th June.
I   :   FALL JA8MZEB, |
(Ou Mainland j
Rlolineld Mondny 1st I. Sept.
Clinton Wedncsdsy.-aitli ftopt.
Kamloops....... MaridHKJ....«llnl Oct
Lytton ....,•,...; ....Slondiiy. loth Oct.
rfewWestmlnster..Wodnos{|ny...9tliNo7.
I On Vancouver
l.lcuilj
Victoria; Monday „!ffllh November.
N.nalmo......Tucsday 6th December.
dapSGtd        ..
WHITE
S" AVINOSHCCilBDTHRAGliKbY
(or this celebrated Msohlne, I
Id be nbued to send one on trial t.
ujr person desirous ot nurohasing. The
Machines are sold on their own merits.
Every Uachlae guarahteed by theCbm-
pany (or nr. years.
C.  J.   ROBSON
Fruit, Confectionery k Fancy Gbut-'
ware ft China Store,
ftlMMs St.,
djoetr I
Kew W«il.
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870.
Tke I. E. 'A tt tke S. E. U .rueellea II,
Tewasklp 4, lu Ike Dlttftet «r Km
Westminster.
WHEREAS THE CElltTFIOATE Of
Title ot Joseph Hoskln to the above
lands has been lost or destroyed,!.nd ap
ihiiub u,i uron iu.,iir uuB.njyiiu. uiiu hif"-
filioatlon has been made toradnpllcat.
hereof; notice Is therefore hereby given
that a flesh certificate of title will be Issued In lieu of that so lost or destroyed, un*
less cause be shewn to the contrary In
one month from the date hereof.
R."W. ARMSTRONG),
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Offlee,
New Westminster, SOth May, 1S87.
, dmyaoml
TeLvmmOaiilk.1.
fiftlnn
WM MgCOU,
iiitr.1 Uuisi!
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries ft Provisions.
LUHDBOM'S BLOCK, Oolumbl. St
dw-austo
NURSERY
i'TT-rr—,
Frolt Trees,
 Ornamental Trees,
Small Frulte,
And GARDEN STOCK on hand In great
variety.
Everything first-class aud furnished la
good'shape.
dw-delDto
O.W. HENRY,
Fort Hammond, B. C
ENIPLOYMCNf
rilHE ITNDERSIQNEUHAVINGOPEN-
I ed .in Employment Offloe ond Com-
mlHBion Afceney In New Westminster, invites a (ml If rom all In want of employment, In search of help, or who wish the
services of a commission agent, -'. ,-
If :i*ou
Want a Hltuatlon.
Want a Job,
Want a Hervan t,
Want a Farm Hand,
Want Work of any kind, or
Want Anybody to Work-
Call at the offlee.
Also—Agent for Marvin A TUton for the
celebrated A trlenltual HMthlMry manufactured by the Massey Company, of
Toronto, Ont.
Columbia Ht, {adjoining PaclAo Carriage
Works). P. a Box 68, New Weitmln-
ster, dwjedtc
Look Here!
' YOB 'VANT TO  MAKE A HIOB
To a friend or relative, go down to STIR-
SKY'S and look at some of tboseeatra-
urdlnnry bargala. In
ladles' andjentlwen's Qoldaad
SIlTif TTai^es, mttt,
'.       ;«S»»«|g,l«*.,   tit.
Or If you want a useful ornament for your
house, examine those beautiful s*lu
striking Clocks, with e.thedr.1 gongs,
He Is selling at BOTTOM PRICES.
. «.tek«i,<rom*upwar«»,«l| irarrsntw
Pt.e vTatek ■eu.lrlu. Specially, and
mod workmanship guaranteed.
tar Remember the  puue—the "Bin.
Store.'; ,
,   •3sT». tmttnetr^.t*te**tn*tr'
tjt ^ep\\.m\,tt^t,\ asi^pp) it, it
dwauayl        Columbi. 8k, New West,
GUARDIAN
OP LONDON, ENQ.
cxrsus.nx.-x-)
UTABLI8HEO 1831
Risks Taken at Bates
as Low as any other
Reliable Oomp'y.
T. R, PEARSON,
docTtc       (B. O. S. A P. Co.) AOENT.
W.E.A12STIN,
DEALER IN
Gcneni Mcrchandiss!
A Isn. Assortment of    :      '
DRY GOODS
-AND -    '   .
QROCERISS
ALWAYS ON HAHtt. !«
Slay a*ad 3MMd
WHorilftAWAirr/ltWitt.   "
•AtJMgrOUN
ut MW »»i
' WerahtWo.stMs.dUly,«(»ptSan»M»,
to Port Moody, carrying H.KA malls,
As no liquor or tobacco Is uMd wsean by
temperate habll. sad Mrstal mum,
ewv.th. public IrtesisKdldly low r»»ss. i
mmm.
■______**.•* :.
Money Found.
A .'SMALL BUM ,oV MONjir WAK
ARtound oWiteKmie BL thsTlPrldayl
morning. The owwr may h.ve It by
preMng prppertj. .nTp.yln. for this ad-
vertlsomelT. Call nt this offlee, djeiot:)
Dress-Making I
Misses MoDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
; W^'^rmlns^'r/'aHCT~
str Satisfaction guaranteed,'     dapisle <
•fc-rp*riq-g.v
mm$tW$0i
end to apply to the Ch(ef Contmisstonct •
of Lands and Works to purchase «0 acres
of land, more or leu, on Teantalsland,
New Westminster District, described as
follows:
Commenclngat the N. B. eornerof the
N.W. Hot See. 8; thenee East 40 Chains;
^-nthuM chains, more or less, to
thenee along shore Una In a
direction tothe ltttersec-
snore line; t
Northwesterly _    _
tl.n of the South llnsiot See. 8; thonce
Bast 1 chain, more or lets; thence North
to place of beglnnlng-.belng the Rut half
of Sections 8 and II, Texada island.
dje»m2
HENRY KLINQ.
UPH
Has on the Road another Carload ol
Reapers, Horse Rakes,
From  JOHN  ELLIOTT ft SONS, ot
London, Ont., which will arrive hen
about June 24th.   '
OT Fay no attention to what other
agents say, W. H. Jenkins will fill his
orders to purchasers. Satisfaction or no
|a|e.
I dwmySOtc W. H. JENKINS;
IT-O IR'TJJH!"
0 01w£^JLlT"Sr
Capital, 13,000,000;   Uisses
ram, ii$,oqo,ooo
XBs.«a»«»mas.auea -l«0Ss>
Rates as Low as any other
Company doing Business.,. '
in British Columbia.
~     .' i
IT Risks promptly taken, anil Lows
satisfactorily adjusted.
T^I»iAlie<XN,
. uo«n<      (R'ft ti AV.iiM Jtatittr.'
iNpyc^fMS(fi^
' rOBTKB •rBJUIT
H0I.IDAYS
iuwrw
BOTIN^'piaiiM'Tll1.
turers for cssh, I an) in a position ,
to sett it bottom prices.   My Ooods at*
asarked In plain fUjurestnd tb,,prices
^tav.noi bswput .p.-tPufMet th.dis..
otunt taken off..: Call aiktw.prices be-
(onpanhasiagvelsewher.,      '>    I    ■■■
tW Fin. Watch Repairing a Sp.il.lty,
^TOmi a HAH
F.CJRAKE.
,    WATCHMAKER
Oman th^tttiik:  dw.deI8tc
T'm
signment ol
Whioh he will sell «he*p. TheiB"
instruments^^ may;be purchased
for cash 'wMmm&^y
rnent*1,tp;suit purchaser. Call ■
and get myflg)#ejj;tjefpffijplii;1,
chaiing elsewherej and itwiflfcej'
to your interest''''.'-      ^i.ii-\»':-.-.
- Second-b>.hd Rlios arid Or-
ganifefttlt'drtoreht    '  •
'4n»trun
Mr.aty
pry StOfBredttalWa;Strc«t,''
dwmhlto    TsRil "JJUMOltDOTJT DIAHOHD."
Familiar mutt ration of * « JewltutlMwm-
CentMt.
The oar price system ia go strlotly ed-
hered to in city stores that onewWom
hears of a contest to ha described. Such
contests are common in the oountry and
villages.
The following bartering, oy.rheard In
a small .tore In a rural dlstrlot, furnishes a not exaggerated illustration.
An elderly woman, with keen gray
eyes looking sharply through attel-bowea
speeteeles, enters, and casually examine.,
several Wt* ot lawn lying oo .the ooun-
ter.i >- lvi>'<.,v'fi;'■       ■   k   i ,-...
"Ah, goddttay, Mrs. S—,» gays the
proprietor, coming briskly forward, anticipating a sale, "looking for lawn. ?"
"Ho, I dona as I was, says the possible customer, guardedly; "1 wee Just
noticing tM»t,""..'Jv.?;:    ,      i
"They're pretty patterns, I Just got
them In."
"They're all so light"
"Light colors are all the rags this
. But here's a black-and-white
t'» Just the thing for you.  Now,
••Yes, rather j but it ain't Just what I
like.  How much la lt?"
"Fifteen cents a yard." .
"Ain't that dmdlsl Ugh for lawn, t "
"Not for lawns of that quality. Just
see how an. ltl*" ,.
"Yes, but theyTe selling lawns ev'ry
mite and grain as good u that in .the
oity for tight atld nine eenta."
"Impossible, Mrs I"
"Indeed, they are! And one of my
neighbors got a good piece tor seven
cents,
" They are not such good, u thi.;"
" It's pretty nigh the very same thing,
I haun'i calculated on giving more than
tenoents,"
"Why Mrs. H—, this coat mora
than that at wholesale!"
" Oh, I guess not Anyhow, I out
' give button cents a yard."
"I can't take It"
"I won't give any mora." a
" Well, Just examine that lawn oloaejy
tM-tf*:'i-    i:;;f.
''K3«W^Aottgh, but I ain't all
aiiMtWtrtWSnttade.''
"I'll warrant it not to fade. It's a
standard make and fast colors."
"Well, how many yard, are therein
the piece?"
"Thirteen j Just a good full pattern."
"Eleven would be a great plenty for
me,"
"Now, I'll teU you what I'll do. I'll
let you have the piece for fourteen cents
a yard,, seeing at It's all I've got loft."
"Can'tyou sayan even twelve cents
to an old customer like me ?"
"No, really, Ioould't"
" Fourteen cents le too much for lawn
that's selling ev'rywhere for ten cents."
"Oh, I think you're mistaken."
"Well, seebare. Ill kIvc you twelve
andone-haltoenteay»rdforlt.*'
"No, I couldn't go below thirteen cents
and wouldn't let anybody but you have'
lt for that."
"Well, I'll give you thirteen cents It
you 11 call It twelve yards."
"But there', full thirteen yards lo
the piece."
" Well, call lt twelve and I'll take lt"
"Can't dolt"
"I reckon you'll throw In thread and
buttons and waist-linings ?"
" Couldn't do lt tor that money."
i  !,w,?"l*a* threadand buttons then I"
I  " I'll throw in a spool of thread."
" And a card of hooka and eyea?"
I  "Well, I don't know-yes, I wlu."
^'Npw, why oan't you say buttons
now1""*"'4™ll(* I*m *$*mM*
J'^.^JuttS&> •* trfshi sad
one-half eanta a yardr
"No."
-"Well, I guess I won'ttakeft: t to'*
needhut alawn^taa. tala-atr-amer, any
how."—[bshangs.        „■ ^^7^
The following Business Directory relates
only to persons whose advertisement, appear In the Daily Columbian. It has
been found true, as a rule, that persons
who advertise liberally are liberal In their
dealings, and many parsons make It a
rule to give preference In their dealings to
those establishments..which advertise'
freely. The following list Is arranged alphabetically:
IdBQAlJ.
feiiA|klnson..W.i—,.':....^dojumhlaSt
W. Norman Bole.... Columblast
Branch Office at Vancouver.
Corbould * McColl McKensle St
Branch Office ot Vancouver.
MEDICAL.
Dr.H. MaCooper.
>.J.O.Hendei»
stlbm
ih. Mftrala tk.ok*Hl MTaua.
Theferhrtrlagu from th. pen of the
l.te Lord BeuoutteUt hatter known as
Mr. Disraeli.   Reader, ot aullivathw
cant ot the fervid retlgloas teeUngs
tho author. ■-..
"Manifold art had combined to exeat*
this exquisite temple and to gold, all lta
ministration.. < But to-night' tt was not
the radiance of the altar and the spies,
dor of stately priests, tbe processions
and the Incense, the divine choir and
the celestial htmonle. jesoundtag and
lingering IH arched roots, that attracted
maiiy a neighbor,
"TheaJBr was desolate; the oholr was
dumb; while th.MtwiM* ttooeedMla
hushed"tones of subdued sound, and
sometime, even of eumrassod s
gradually, witheaekposat and .
a light of tht altar waa aituigi
till at length th. 'Miserere' wae raut-
lured and all became darkness.
• A sound a. of a distant and rising
wind waa heard, and a crash, as lt wen
tho fall at. trees in a storm. The earth
is covered with darkness and the veil of
the Temple is rent
"But Just at this moment ot extreme
woe, when alt human voltiee ar* silent
and when It Is forbidden .vea to breaths
' Amen,' when everything la aymboUcal
ot the oonfuslon and dinpalr of the
Church at th. low of her expiring Lord,
a priest brings forth a oonoeued light
of silvery Same from th. comer of th*
altar.'
"Thl. Is the light ofth* ,
nouncee rMurreetion, and then
up and depart laairaooa,"
" '■•»»*•.
Corbould A McColl
H. V. Edmond	
W.D.Ferris; .....
Capt. Plttendrlgh...
Band Bros	
' Wm. Shannon,
,.: .......Church St
Dr. 7.0. Henderson Chllliwhack, a 0.
Dr. L M. McLean McKensle Bt
Dr. DeWolfo Smith ClarksorfSt
INSURANCE.
W. J. Armstrong [lire] ..Court House
James Cunningham.,.., ..Columbia st
H, V.Edmonds McKensle Bt
W. D. Ferris [Itto A aoeldent]........FerrlsSt
T. R. Pearson [Ore A Ule] ..ColumbiaSt
Rand Bros, [nre,life*ao'dt],lIoKen»leSt
Branch .Offices at Vancouver ft Vie.
Turner, Beeton A Co. Inre] Victoria
Woods, Turner iOnmble
[Ore, lite A accident] Columbln Bt
HEAL  ESTATE AGENCIES.
W.N. Bole.. .....ColumbiaSt
~ ~ ""     MoKensleBt
 ...MoKensle Bt
 Ferris St
...» MoKensleBt
 McKensle St
 .  ..^. Vanoouver
Woods, Turner A Gamble Columbia St
ARCHITECT, .1,    -
C. H. Clow. ..............Clinton Bt
O. W. Grant, MoKensle Bt
CONTRACTORS * BVILUBRS.
Ackerman Bros. New Westminster
AUCTIONEER..
H. N. Rich Ladner's
T. 3. Trapp Columbia st
AOENT. FOR MACHINERY,*..
Fraser A Leonard .Vancouver
A0RICULTTRAL IMPLEMENTS.
W. B. Jenklns.Westmlnster A Chllllwh'k
Jno, Birr...... Columbia St
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
T. It. Pearson.. «.. Columbia St
.  PRINTING A RULING.
The Columbian Steam Printing Establishment. ,« Columbia St
STOVES * TINWARE,
H. M. Cunningham A Co Columbia St
GAS FITTINGS.
H. M. Cunningham A Co......Columbia Bt
' ' SEWING MACHINES.'
C. J. Robson ....ColumbiaSt
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
W. B. Austin .i ........Front St
0,G.Major Columbia St
Wm.MotoU columblast
0. HcDonough Front St
DRY GOODS.
BonMarche............. ..Columblast
D. Drysdale A Co. Columbia St
Jaa Ellard * Co Columbia St
Wm.Rne [Globe Housel Columbia st
DRESSMAKINe.
Bon Marohe. Columblast
SfcEll.rd*Oo-..-...,. .Oijnmbiast
Isses McDougall..™. ..Columbia st
FURNITURE.
Wlntemute, Calblck A Co Columbia st
WOOD * COAL.
Henry Elliott (Orders left at W. MeCotl's]
DRUGS, est.
D. & Curtis* Co.. .ColombiaSt
A. Pe.le.. .....Columbia Bt
BUTCHERS.
Rout Dickinson.. .......Columblo gt
WATCHMAKERS * JEWELERS
F. Crake,
..Stinky	
C. M. McNaughten.
..XMlumbloSt
 .Columbia St
 .....ColumbiaSt
BLACKSBITHING  *•
WORKS,
CAHRIAOB
...Colombia Bt
„ColumblaSt
A COL
before lieffttkaM Quart to thut dlst
A petition waa preferred to the court
to put a woman under a conservator, on
tho ground thatsh* proposed merrylng a
worthless fellow, who waa In pursuit of
a Hula money ahe had saved, ' lt does
dot appear' that she was ol unsound
mind except hi this particular direction.
Unluckily the sett wu withdrawn, and
we .hall never kaow whether a court ol
pr. buto can boput to any such useful purpose a. the petitioners claimed. Kit la
io pluie'overy one under a conservator
who design, marrying foolishly it will
certainly be a very Dusy ttlbuaaL—
[UtchfMd (dean.) Inquirer,
' ■      ' ".', i*l'» i
IM'OUt or Great UMMa.ee.
are ago then
slopnone.
jfoi
W.thout uny apparent effort he could
make himself distinctly heard a dial
of too un.-^twu* oommen *
tor nolghbora INIng  two  and'
rallva to hear the order* to hie hands
in the morning. His wblsnerawere heard
s>l>     —
itlf»*s|sVM^
^ Mrs. Oton d« Tore*: '• I. this bridal veUmatetlat good? Will it wtafl*
Thos. Ovens......
Reldaoirrle...,
HOTELS. .
FmrmorsBosae IHoldenl ..Church Bt
The Clarence |BIchMd.]....„.-......VIctorla
-'     L1VEET, *C.   '
■Mainland Transfer Oo...-._.....Conimbla St
• .. PAINTERS,  st*. '
Chas. Jtorray..;;...... .........jOinrtaon st
BOOTS * SHOES.
G. H. Grant A Oo ,. .Columbi. st
H, Sells..... ...........Columbia St
Wat. Ron .............Columbia st
'-. TAILORS,    'j!
D. Drysdale A Co ColuubuvSt
■   BAKKRT.
A. Dlebel...™.™... ...i...........Front st
NURSERIES. " '
G. W. Henry! '.-.....'.....'.Port Hammond I
ftHutehemon ...............LadBers
■: i raaor poui>i»t, *xt.
Jno. S. Coi_™...~.:,n-iRo'yal Avenue
MONCHENTAL.
tick, Hamilton .„ .....Chureh st
..yew WeHmlnster
Particulars sent When stamp, are
dforrspfy-. 0 0
Donltworrylf you are out of ei
ant Willi le Mr. Kow*r,«9      ..
Ion Street East, Toronto.   Bond stomps
jjyftniy^ ■■,    ., ■,       dwmyMnir
NOTICE.
XT0T1CE 18 HEHBBT GIVEN THAT (0
IM days after date I Intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works to purchase 4N acre, of land on
Texada IsIand,New Westminster Dlslrlet,
desorlbed as follow.!
Commencing at tb. S. E. corner of the
B.W. H of Sec. 8; tbence East 40 ohalns;
thence North SO chains; thence Weeteo
ohalns; thence South 40 ohalns: thence
East ichuar. thenco south tenuelnslo
point of e6mro.i»o»nient. - • .r
BOBT.E. JACKSON.
Victoria, B, c„ April 22,1887.    dspiSmt
Wools, tarfihl
LAND SURVEYORS,
Bt^ fistete, InsQTanee and
Fire, lire, Accident A Marine
.   iMirarictv
^t-M»jTr*»*p.'.'    ,
Dominion Eipress Comp'y. -■•
lattera Caaidla* aak Nate*
Bought and Bold.
I COLOMBIA STREET,
IP**.'!	
A LL PARTIES ABB HEREBY OAU-
A tloned .gainst purchasing of fiam'l
BrTghous. or exeratlng mortgages On any
portion of the »l»ve estate without the
sanction of Manuella Brighouse, his wife,
orhersolloitors.
dapltto      MANURLXA BRIGHOUSE.
EnnoATioa Bhakch of
Pbovikciai. Bxcrbtaby's Dxparthknt,
Victoria, May 25th, 1887. .
XTOT'CB W HEREBY GIVEN THAT
li the Annual Examination of Candidates for Certificates of Qualification to
teach In the Publlo Schools of tho Pio-
vlnee will be held in tbe Agricultural
Hall; Victoria,commencing on'Monday,
July 4th, at 10 a.m.
Intending candidates nre required to
notify this Department and furnish testimonials prior to June 24th.
Applicants for Renewal of Certificates
are hereby notified to comply with the requirement, of sub-section 8 of section 41
ol the "Public School Acusss,"
dmy28m  Superintendent of Education.
S1
NOTICE.
ITTING8 OF THE (JOUNTY COURT
I of Cariboo will be held-
At Clinton, Friday, 18th May, 1887.
At Lillooet, Wednwdny, 18th May, 1887.
At lS0*MUe House, Tuesday, 28th June,
1887.
At Soda Creek, Thursday, flOlh June,
1887.
At Quesnelletnoutl., Monday, 4th July.
At Rlchfleld, Saturday, Oth July, 1887. |'
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Offloe,
20th April, 1887. dapiWtd
NOTICE.
TO ROAD CONTRACTORS.
OEALED TENDERS WILL 'BE RE-
ki eelved by the undersigned up to noon
of Saturday Ike Ittk last*, tor certain repairs to the rond between New Westmin*
star and the South end of False Creek
Bridge, whioh will include the construction of about 47 chains of new wad. t
Specifications can be seen and forms for
tender obtained at the Government Office,
New Westminster, and at the office of C.
Q. Johnson, Deputy Registrar County
Court, Vanoouver,
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
. C. WARWICK,
Gov't Agent.
New West., June 6,1887. djedtd
Every Man to Mb own Buglness
JL.   FEELS,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST&DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP. 00L0NUL HOTIL),
NBW WB8TMIN8TKK,  B. 0.   j
Pkjil«l»ii'Pr*«rlKi»ii »»4 tut-
II- l«l*ei i BiMMtr.
N   B. —Only Genuine Drugs used,
Over twenty Teen' experience,   mrffl
RATES OF INSURANCE
By tk. •MBctl.ble
OJP lOWDOMT.
mAKBS NOTICE THAT I HAVE BEEN
J. autborlted by tb. Manager to out
dom the rates as low, If not lower, than
any other Company In this Province.; ■
JAMKUCBXimreHAI,
AGENT.
New Jf7e.tmlnster, May 23rd, 1887.
,dmy28ml
WE TOO,
REPRESENTING THE
Plieiiix Insurance Co
OF BBOOKLTN, N. T„
—Aitr*—      ,,..,'.'
^tna Insurance Co.
OT  BABSTOSO,
ARE PREPARED' TO TARE HIHK8
as law as any ether CoMvany represented here, i
We also save the assured lime und trou-.
ble by being able to write our policies
here without reference to Victoria offlee.
we are direct agents.
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBIR,
Afeals, NewWeslmIn8tor,B.C.
1st June, 1887. .    dje2ml
NOTICt-v
E
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
(JO days after date I Intend to apply
— jhe Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works to purchase 480 acres of land situate
on Texada Island, New Westminster District, and described as follows:
Commencing at. the N.E. corner of the
8.'E.Hot Sec.0; thence North40chains;
thence Went 80 chains; thenoe South 80
chains; thence East 40 chains; thence
North 40 chains; thenoe Eiwt 40 chains, to
point of oommenceiuent.
H. V. HELMOKEN.
Viotoria, B. 0., April 22,1887.     dapSSmfl
NOTICE.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
i> 00 days after dnte I intaml to apply
to the Chief Commissioner of Lands ana
Works to purchase 4B0 acres of land [more
or less] situate on Texada IhIhiuI, New
Westminster District, and described as
follows; if]   ■
Commencing nt tho N.W. eornerof N.E.
tiotRuc. 1); t-lienncMouth80diuliiB; tlicnce
Eiuitftohalns to shore line; thenoe following meandering of shore lino In a northwesterly direction, 180 ohalns [more or
less]; tuonce Eaet 85chains [more or lessl
to point of commencement.
M. W. TTRWHITT DRAKE.
Victoria, B.O., April 22,1877.     dap25m2
NOTICE.
tl
OTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN THAT 60
. days after date I intend to apply to
,je Chief Commissioner of Lands aud
Works to purchase 480 acres of land on
Texada Island. New Westminster District,
described as follows: /
Commencing at the S, E. eornerof M.W.
ti ot See. 8; thenco East 40 chains; thence
South 80 ohalns: thenco West io shore
line; thenoe following meandering of
shore line in a north-westerly direction to
fl. E. corner of See, 4; thence North 10
chains [more or less]; thence East 40
chains to point of commencement.
JAMES LUMBERT SMITH.
Victoria, B. C, April 22,1887.     dap26m2
'„.. ■3sroq?TOSL
WE HAVE APPLIED TO THE HON,
the Minister of the Interior for permission to cut timber on the following
desorlbed tract of land, NewWestmlnster
District:
Commencing at a post marked '"M," on
the south Bide of Scott creek, on the east
side and about 8 miles from the head of
Pitt lake; thenoe east along the bank of
said creek 40 chains; thence south 20
chains, thenee west 40 chains, thence
north 20 ebalns, along the shore of the
lake to the point of commencement.
BRUNETTE SAW MILL CO., LD.,
W. N. Draprr, Secretary.
NeW Westminster, 1.1th May, 1887.
_,.      'dmyl7ml    '       ■	
tHE   STEAMER
CI
GLADYS"
UNTIL. FURTHER   NOTICE  WILL
leave Wlso*. Whsrf, for
Chilliwliiick and Way Places
..:      .—on—
TUESDAYS & FRIDAYS
At7AiM„
Returning the following days.
For freight, Ac, apply on board orto
W. MATHERS,
dmhSlto On the Wharf.
D. S. G1JBTIS & CO.
! Wholesale and Retail
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'K.
I Old Bbois Si. ud U Fall Mali,,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
FOE INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Vanning Stock,
Ships in Fort, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cirgoes of such Vessels; also, Ships building Ud repairing, Barges ud other Vessels on navigable rivers ud cutis, ud
Goods on board suoh Vessels, throughout
Great Britain ud Ireland ami in Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS 0K JUMISK IT FIRK.
Subscribed ud Invested Capital,
851,600,000 8TG.
Rates ol Premium and every information ou be obtained on application to
W. J. ARMSTRONG
Agent for New Westminster.
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
BUmtee Capital..
■ai.tet.ttt
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
A HOMECOMPANY,
Thii, Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it (rom the following
FACTS:-
The Security offered to policy holders Is
unsurpassed by any Company doing business in Canada,
It has no schemes of insurance, but the
woll-establlshed lines, hence the policy
holders cannot be misled as to their eon-
tracts.
Its statements to the publio oan be readily understood, its cash statement showing every Item of Income and how expen-
Its position lsascertalned annually from
a detailed valuation in. whioh every Item
of liability Is included.
Its progress haa been unexampled In
the history of insurance in Canada.
Its policies are Indisputable after three
years, and non-forfeltaule after two years'
existence.
Its profits are distributed upon an equitable naals. The profits to one class of
policy holders are not lessened to live
larger profits to any other class, which
method affords superior advantages over
tbe uniform bonus plan of distribution.
UbemCoatdHleM as to Besldcice aid
Travel.
J. K.MacDONALD,
Managing Director.
T.R. PEARSON
Agent, New Westminster.
JeT-amo-altemat*.
DRimQISTSI
Wh»t Phtiuisiu) Sat Mwt thi
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
"Treatment or Absorption has for some
time beenreoomised br Medical Men to
be the most simple end effectual mean,
of conveying to Diseased Oiaans,"Cnra-
tlves," butin oases of Kidney Disease and
Complaint, attendant thereon, successful
treatment was practicably Impoeel'-'	
til the Introduction ef flu Starr:
Pod. It costs leMUir-   	
  _. „jan a single prescription and la Immeuumbly more dectttre
ond efeeUvt «ft<m anyoyntmyof internet!,
Mtaaiinal doting. Worn Immediately over1
th. .wt of Disease, its eurallvo proporllee
hroorae aanrted by the dlRMed .nd en.
required to insure m return tneir neni*
—. -  Im..— .-,    _
fortoble to tho patient and pleasant In Its
effects, andoufes when nothlnn else can.
Tho Btanr Kidney Pad nooompusheii post*
tlve, deeldve results. A more valuable
discovery as a true rented/ for Kidney
Diseases was never made.—Medical Gatette
The rUsUT KMasr rid, manafaiHirea
in Toronto, Is a permanent Iran ci
diseases,
X<dneyst „.._  _.. 	
sssssiK ^tteussg
prodaelni uMnan disorders, sneS af it*
mqnent, scan^, difficult, —'—-• '
.. Cur. for
narfseeretlve
lit, painful or copl-
ouim.c.nr.Uon.ln.him^.t.pn^d
sedimentary uri
etc.denotlr- *L
i presence li
heuri
9 system
tltttorgAns-known aa gravel, eatarrhof
s:i'^r^rr^.:^?rv«TO
S«w Weslmlnster, B, C.
dwmhlOtc
#5£PIE'IO
New WestminstBr, B. G.
REID & CURRIE
MANtJUiXOTtmEin* IMPOBTERSOr
Farm Wagons,
Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons,
Carriages,
Top Buggies,
Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
Butcher Carta,
Dog Oarts,
Dump Carts,
Drays,        Stages, *
AND  EVERYTHING   IN   TRE
VEHICLE IJNE.
Second-hand Stages t] KiprCIs W*(-
OIII for sale cheap.      '.   ,
' Repilrlng, Fainting * Trlnmlnr.
dono at reasonable prices, i
BLACKSMITHINC
In all its Brunches.   Estimates given on
Ironwork and Contracts taken.
llont-Sboelnff and General
JobblnR.
We dm keep in stock to supply the
trade. Iron, Steel, Chains, Cumberland
Coal, Ho/se and Oi Shoes, Harrows,
■iron anil Bteel Harrow Toethj Carriage
HPrutatand Axles, and a complete stock
of CartUMHsrdWarei; ::.;'';.
A lot ol' first-olnaa Plffagki t Htr-
ttyyt\ejiihand. ,
' asrw. have «ot the best workmen to be
had In the country, and we Import nearly
.11 the stock we nse from the east-conse-
auentlywecim offer Inducements to purchasers thttt'we could not have done some
time nro. All mnlerlal nnd work leaving
ihe shop will lie '.MUirnnlped to be Just as
represented) (inters from tb. oountry
.prSmpUyatlended.lo., .    .,,,
dwapiitc RUB* outfall
D1UEB A IMPORTKB IH
Dry Goods
CLOTHING
GROCERIES
JUST RECEIVED TN DRY GOODS,
A NEW STOCK
In all shades and material ol DRESS
GOODS, Including Cashmeres, Merinos,
Silks, Satins, Black and Colored Velveteens and Flushes. COTTONS (bleached
and unbleached). LININGS, BUTTONS, HOLLANDS, Ac. Grey, White,
Scarlet and Checked FLANNELS. LADIES GLOVES, in Cotton, Wool, Silk
and Kid. Ladies Merino ud Lamb
Wool Vests. JERSEYS, sll prices.
Hosiery, Muslins, Diaper Irish Linen,
Brilliants, Ao,, Ac,
Men's Clothing!
For Quality, Style, Fit ud Fries,
cant be touched,
MEN'S FURNISHWaS
In every Line. Cotton, Merino and
Wool Underwear, White Shirts, Cuffs,
Collars, Gloves, Braces, Cardigan Jackets, Ao. Also, Cotton, Merino,. Cashmere, Lambs Wool ud Knit SOCKS, in
great variety,
Abe, HATS ud CAFS, Ladles' ud
Gents' RUBBER GOODS ud UMBRELLAS.
In House Furnishing Goods
Carpets, Rugs, Window Poles with
Rings aud Mountings, Window Holland
(Buff, Green and Striped), Damask and
Cretonnes, Sheetings, Towels, White
Counterpanes, Bleached ud Unbleached
Table Linens, Napkins, Tickings, Blankets Ud Arotlcdown Quits, Table doth.
udCovtrs.
IN GROCERIES
Everything found In a flrsMss. Establishment, and none but th. best. Canned
Goods, Fruits, Meats ud Ve«eteMos.
l«m1<sTerCke.t«**<u. I««tk»y
Ikes, s* keep tens., bat ■ <llw y.. tk.
best suet at Ik. I«wm price Ikey earn be
M.at,u.r»«i«twkat wcntrisMI
MsM.
FANCY B1ESS G®Qm
Prints, Ginghams, Piques,
Jerseys and Parasols.
LADIES' & CENTS' SUMMER MERINO & COTTON UHDEBWEA!
O^OTHINci,
Men's, Boys' & Children's Straw Hata,
&c.,"   .&c.-\.■.;.•:;.'".:■■;.Td.,,.f_
"^"For tho next (our weeks we will allow 5 pej cent oljaeatiatifMi, *U
Parcels purchased exceeding the eiuin of Two Dollars.1    '        f'; *'"';
WALKER & SHADWELU;
New WestnUistcr, May lMk, ItWT.
dvmirlltD. •
■WjeVGl-O^NsS
ONE OAR sJQMET
Just Received from the Eaat per O. P. E.
This Consignment is Firetolass in
every reject and^vlll hf i^d;;,    :',,
i, Bnpes and Staps
sjBjksr
Also,1 Car-load Iron, Steel & Ctiain, fra MbI
von uxx csxir
^Having purchased at specially favdniDle rates in the east, *e
are now prepared to do aH sorts of Blacksmith Worki'sjt prioj. can-
siderably lower than those that have hitherto prevailoi    Give ajt'tl trial..
R^iD&obiRHie;   ^
•dwmyHmi , ,:    Paelffe Carriage Work*, s^lnlltlsf ft'
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
lilii       v:i
i8h*d
in J"'
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S.  MASON,
CUYLER A.  HOLLANH,    ) '
DIRECTORS. :-:> Hi it.-* >i
'•■■■■ •: ;i    ■■' n. -'s(,ij
-n   si ■,'!   ulttwu      er- ':■'
Bl i il'J'r  '■    ! Ol  "     4   ffi
HEAD OFFICE, ■ 56New BroaHSt., r tOKMR;fRGUML
■':m--od siev ^tlt
'it
The Business of AUSOP k MASON Hm been merged In the abo..
and will be carried on by the Company from this dabs aa • genessd Land 1
and Insurance Agency. '.    >.
i    MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low'Rates.1 'Town 'tats and Fermll
Lands for Sato on easy terms  I '*■
Victoria, B. c, Hay ltlb, 1887.  "
Gold & Silrer Watches, LUa
BRACELETS, PINS, LOCKETS, CHAINS, AC.
Also a large  assortment  of   SILVER vPLATBD   WAHB™
KNIVES, FORKS, SPO&NS.&c.   ' ;K  |^  f "" "'":^'«i
WzW All Goods guaranteed tol*'iastepres(irttecl.' ■ ',''■  ,:* '"":1T
■ ■    ■   i   i..   v  . alt)   .-■■. ■. i • ■" :e em;i
C. M. McNaughten,
dw-jai9tc ■■.■■ Coionial ■ fltC<^r^tw5£H§ljii^
mi:
ir.'jifrnx,* dm;
hsaM
l-r
The "GLOBE
irTAVE RECEIVED V'tAIUIE AND WELL
©ry"C»oor4%':',   ^***W
, Ladies' and Childress f^flei*f«^;,
Children's White And Colore* Dret.es. for,aii age», at low prion   '.;
.   Also, a variety oi Jed QBlIte Ml; LKS C«fUtt», ^IM»H
Satins, Velvets and Velveteen* ««t Bveiytjiing inpt ia * b*c)m
Dry Goods Shop. . ..^•Inspection Ihyrte*.*^! oi »"''1 "»* ■+•'" *•'»«»>»
dw.p37tc ■■,:•,•■■.  .
sSSts
m  i mini
COMMERCIAL PRINTING.
The Oolumhiak Paitwiso EsTABUsmiEiri has fint^Usi "•i-Miaew^r'
aU kinds of Oommerei.1 Printing.   Bill Httdt. UHtf Htaik SrMM,:.
Cirdt, Envelopes. Blank Form* of every d^ripto, :■ ftsTbWt, LVtSjln,:
Price Uito, Ao.  "-•—   ":' •■-'—-J< -] M m erij isbi** tMu tWmt
flrstxibM work is donei^""    ''A"'"'?'" . •• "•'"''K ■ TtnrofjmY^eiJtoMBi an
•OILBUUD
•sinili Oeumun Ptiimso Cttnvun (Uwiu.)
At lb. Company's steam Printing Es-
tebllsnmenv, Columbia HI,
Delivered 1. th. City dally...So. per week
"DM d»lly, on. yen....' ™.|io,oo
Met daily six months  5.»
,m >NT«ii«tr.
UoorioetsTper line solid nonp.r.11; each
subsequent consecutlyelnsertfon.acts. per
It... Advertisement, not Inserted every
isr, Mete, per line etch Insertion.
IIsji A«v««l.«s.««ls.-Regular
r^vrj^.r'ffiuiri
be.. 1« per cent, will be added.
S.silsl Sttlctt among reading muter,
» euTjer line e.cb IcJeitlun. Specials
Mlllnc.He.tlon to s4«wtl«mente, 10 ete.
*Hrtn.,M.rrI.ges .nd Deatbs.tl for each
Insertion: Funeral Notices In connection
wlthde.tna,esct*.eaeblia«tu>n.
^^u^tnTtSStenriS^I}
send, ehuged .t neuter transient rates.
THE WEEKLY COLOMBIAN
Israed every We*Me**y Kanlng.
Ilvered In tke City, per ysar.~-«.....IM0
'led, per year.....	
l»1.8tno»Uii.„.—^....,	
«ii(i« tmmiiM mn
...MO
.. 1.S8
Trudealad.trllK>M.U.-Flr!t Insertion, It eta, per line solid nonpareil; subsequent Insertions, 5 els, per line.
msnUm A*Te*tlsesae.l.,—For 1 Inch,
Helper month: a Ins. IS perm.! Slus.t3.t0
per m.; 1 col. 113.75 per m. If Inserted tor
bis than s mos. K per cent will be added
SpSllRseSeW isaemt raiding m.tter,
cSTpn Um .wk MMrtloa.
Vsn. mustbe.ll metal,and rorl.rf.outs
an Mtr. ruts will be charged. No advt,
inserted In either Issue far less than II.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS frill DAY.
Sohool Trustees T.J.Trapp
Dissolution.... Wlnteraute.ClbioktCo,
Froelaaatioa........... .J. A. Chapleau
Noble...(..........'...3. W. Thomson
"Bj I ii. h *)«'«  i nj ii y
i jfritish Colombian
■eastay strain*. Jane is. INI.
Th. council meet to-night.
A clean sheet at the police oourt this
morning.
The Dunsmuir   arrived   Saturday
evening from Kanaimo.
.   Th. ehain-pvng mere set to work on
the street, this morning.'
Th* Wittjsai Irvin? want up to Y.l.
ud vtf prrtsthis morning.
the tamo.i French artiste Rhea,
open, to-night in the Victoria theatre.
Senator Melon.* has withdrawn his
bOMruting. free passes to legislator,
and Judges.
A Chinaman fell beneath the wheels
of a eoaatractieu train <nste th* Junction en r3s*r%»no^Hll«i.  -
It la proposed to ohristen the new
perk, which is to b. opened during the
jabtle. oslenretion, the Queen's Park.
Mr. Bonson successfully .reeled hi*
tall flagstaff today. To-morrow morning h. will hoist th. jubiU. lag »p
*Mr>100 I™- *-< iM  ■'■''■'    -
)'t"UnjtaBwsM«sJud'4or.th. erection
of a^frTJflrtoathallat ChiUlwhacV.
For PMticuUrs s**. .dr.rtis.ment in
another column,  ._■__,..   ,
TterlOe* ustttWhiyiwiU parade'
at th. Drill Shed to-morrow morning
at 11 o'clock, and march to th. battery
%ltr.B>tUtWredal 1 o'clock
sbjsj^K&ork fjn.hsd on bo.rd
ahnntTlOO ton. of freight, most of
ehuduie.
composed of general mer
lin Dominion sur.eying parties ere
at work in the pro.ince, .nd section
posts u. being planted along th*' line
of the Canadian Pacific from Port
Moody to the summit of the Rockies.
.B^Whiry.%rnt:5o
they were booming at a furious rate,
carrying ••.(•thing baton them, being
noronScftorefbridxM, railw.y track
ortollro<4s.
Th.Mst.rn train arrired oo time
to-dsy with its usual complement of
piM.ng.rs. Among th. passengers
w.r»» n.mber of Norwexi.nemigr.nU
bound for Seattle. Th.y .nutated in
• I Rithet for Victoria.
—- « n-iM ol %tt *■ *• »»■•
intonjBjcMti »DMs*nir»r oetoh on
SM*i*»#v»nlt"<ln the nUw.yy.rd.
The pilot of the engine ws. considerably damaged. It wu taken to V.n-
oonTer yetterdsy to be repaired
M«sr», Insley 4 WlnlemutVs sell-
ing-boatth." Laura," has been orer-
Mm andlooks as theegh sh.
e Moond to hone In to-morrow',
noe,
Th* etr.Ad.tsid. left yesterdsy
ssoretaiat 7:30, with a patty ol *i-
enrsionists for St. Mary'. Mission.
Bh*r*turn«d at 730 last ..sniug.
Tho*. sboerd report tawing apUusnt
tiMest th* Indian gathering st th.
To* Qhlo*s*ar.gr*do*l|y gaining t
foothold in Vanoonver. and sre now
ten tisM. strosfw than they were
thr**s*e*tlti ego, Oa*«f tketykeee
is htjttllnt * row of cabins snd is re-
letsjfl to hs«» purchased th* land on
Ke%h
skvthMMr.Collkuyt noted
mining engineer and .n
I.inert, U
expieted to urir. shortly for thepur-
poM of inerjeetingth. silver mine lately
OoUin* will probably alio eismiue th.
QMnSUmMin..
W* hsr. raotlv«d * »ery oordlel in-
toelMsrftUcnMintionof th.com-
^of th. Nortb.m RaUway to
.   Thisoiletestioni. to been
ea*tsjs)l OwfrUetds sews. tb. bound-
in h*w right wall how to •slsbrste
wW.:>lwi..»» good cans*.    .,    ,
Hr.RO. Vflnlbw, Toronto, writes:
•OTorthrep * bnrn^ JegMsbb DU-
ttnrjIs* /•JfMJUjjS*;to sUwho
ar* trenbUd fHUHMMtloa. 1 tried •
bottle .of II *f»*soff^ng for t« yj»rs,
  In*,
'Goon Tim.—A cablegram w»b re-
ceired from Mr. Hugh Boyd on Saturday last It stated that ho had arrired at Belfast on the preceding day.
He experienced a pleasant voyage
across tho Atlantic and had arrived in
Belfast 15 days after leaving Westminster.
• AworsmBST.—The following appears in the Canadian Gazette of tho
4th inslsnt:—British Columbia Brigade of Garrison Artillery, No. 1 Battery, New Westminster—To be 2nd
lieutenant provisionly: Boinbndier
ThomaeMowat, rice James Edward
Phillips, whose resignstion is hereby
accepted.
School Thuktbks.— Tho annual election of sohool trustees for the city
will be held next Monday, 20th inst.,
in the Council Chambers at Hyack
Hall. Thl present trustees sre Messrs.
J. 8. Olule, T. J. Trapp, snd J. A.
Oalbick, who retire this year, and
Capt. Pittendrigh, Wm, Johnston, and
Wm. Ross, who retire next year.
' .•	
LATBtrmoM Ouahite Okbxk.—The
latest reports from Granite Creek are
to the effect that very little mining is
being carried on except on benches.
The water is very high there at present. Some excitement is caused by
tha report of the discovery of some
rich flu.rte ledges and placer diggingB
.in Rock creek. About 75 men are
there now.
..«	
Ths Jubilee.—The Columbian stnff
would be well enough pleased to shut
up shop and take two holidays like
white men in honor of the Queen's
jubilee, hut as subscribers might object, we here deoided to issue a paper
as usual to-morrow, and take
Wedneadsy only as a holiday.
There will, therefore, he no Colvjm-
blut issued on Wednesday.
. i     ; •    . # . '
Flower Thieves.—Soveral residents
of the oity, who are possessors of pretty
Sower gardens, have been very much
annoyed lately by the depredations on
their gardens of bands of children,
whb pluck all the choice blossoms and
otherwise mutilate the flower beds.
To say the least this is very annoying,
snd should these youthful flower-
thieves continue their pilfering depredations no doubt the assistance of tho
police will invoked to check this nefarious practice.
 . 0 -.	
The Bazaar.—Our readers are reminded of the bazaar to be held in
the Drill Shod to-morrow, commeno-
iugatlla. in. Tho ladies have provided a largo number of useful and
fancy articles which it is announced
will: be offered at fair prices—and no
person will be solicited to buy! Luncheon will be served at noon. Refreshments during the day and evening.
A conversazione will be held in the
evening, With music, refreshments and
promenading. Admission in the eren-
tng26ots.
. ,   "     . «. •	
Maple Ridob School Entertain-
XfiRT.—An excellent entertainment
in beh.lt of the publio school was
glv«n on Friday evening, 10th inst., at
Maple Ridge. Tb. programme consisted of recitations, vocal and instrumental music. The talented vocalists
Mrs- Seoeombe, Mrs. Webber, the
Hisses Pemberthy and Braden, and
Mean. Harris Snd Robertson, were'
frequently encored. Some excellent
recitations were given by the scholars.
The proceeds amounted to (18.55,
which will be expended en prises to be
awarded at the closing exeroises of the
school.—Con,
'-r.—p——« -♦- •— —
■ '■ Kicked by a Horse,—A small
ohild of Mr. Robt. Wintemute met
with a serious accident this morning.
It is supposed that the child, who is a
Very fearless little girl, was chasing
some of the horses thst are allowed to
ran tt Urg. on our streets, and that
ono of the beut. kicked her. She was
found unconscious, and carried into
the house and medical aid sent for.
The dootor, on arriving, examined tho
little one. The. wound consists of.«
deep gash in the forehead. Some of
the bones .round the eyes are fractured, but it is not thought that the injuries .re very serious. At last accounts the little girl had recovered
consciousness and was doing well.
The OldLookcp.—In company with
th. msyor .nd s few other citizens the
provincisl seoretary today went
through the old gaol gruunds whioh
have long been an eyesoro tn the
region when thuy an situated. It
was agreed to hsve the buildings and
the old walls pulled down snd the lot
cleared off .not graded, and the provincial secretary gave instructions to
that effect. Person, whose residences
or offices sre situsted in this vicinity
will be delighted to lesrn this. It is
hoped thtt nest yeer . bill may bo
psjwd through th. legislature conveying this site.to the oity io contidention
of the corporation having given up
possession of Ih. square upon which
the n.w gaol wu built.
 * *-+-+	
The Pari.—This morning the mayor
and s.v.r.1 other prominent citizens
wsited on the provinoisl secretary with
s view to obtaining permission to occupy a portion of the park on jubiloe
day, and intake certain improvements
until such time as by proper legislation
the land could be handed over to the
corporation. The provincial secretary
said he we* in favor of the park going
to the oity for the purpose of making
it » publio park, and would lay the
nutter before the executive 0000011.
The deputation came away from the
interview with the impression that it
would be safe enough to noon with
park improvements snd trust to the
willingness of the government to secure
the necessary legislation to give possession.
A. D, Noyes,  Newark,  Michigan,
rite.) "I hsve enquired st tho drug
stores for Dr. Thomas' Ecleotrlo Oil, but
have failed to find tt.   We broui''
bottle with us from Quebec, but
bar. failed to find It.   W. brought*
rith na from Quebec, but it is
 , gon. snd wo' do not went to bo
without It, as my wife Is troubled with a
pain In th. shoulder, ud nothing elso
gives relief.   Can you send us some!"
Disappointed Norwegians.—It wss
stated in this paper not long ago that a
number of families (about 20) from
Norway had arrived and gone to Vsl-
dez Island with a view to establishing
a Norwegian colony there. It was the
intention of these'people to engage in
fishing, and in connnection with this
they proposed to carry on farming operations on a small scale. A few days
ago the party returned, and they sre
now in this cityawaiting developments.
They say that thoy came out to the
country on tho strength of a report
from two Norwegians who had , neon
sent out fur the expross purpose of examining the situation and resources of
the province. That report was favorable, the commissioners having selected a site for tho new settlement on
Valdez Island, aud aeoured from the
government a free grant of 80 acres
for each family. Thoy declare thnt
the report of the commissioners, how*
over, was not a true statement of facts,
and thnt the circumstances of the proposed location are not at all agreeable
to them. Complaint having been
made to tho provincial secretary, who
happened to be in the city this morning, he made arrangements at once to
send two or threo representative men
of the party up the coast to make such
explorations as may seem judicious so
that they shall be able to find another
location more suitable to their circumstances. Mr. Donald McGregor, who
is intimately acquainted with tho coast
und inlots and logging camps, has
charge of the party ns guide. He expects to start in a few days, and will
probably be absent two or three weeks.
These twenty families are the vanguard
of about 100 Norwegian families retdy
to come to British Columbia as sood as
sufficient assurance has been received
that thoy can better thoir circumstances
hero. Tho prompt action of the
governnieut in sending out an exploring expedition with the object of securing this colony is most commendable.
Personal.
sea-
Job printing ef sll kinds neatly done
at the OOLUMSUK offlee. Prices will lie
fonndjewer than at any ether office In
tn. |RC*|M*,   «ws>, . .
Hon. Jno. Robson loft for Victoris
on the Rithet to-day.
W. W. McMillan (McMillan Bros.)
of Winnipeg, is in the city.
John Hendry nnd C. M. Beeoher, of
the Royal City Mills, are in Vancouver
to day.
E. E. Rand, of Vancouver, and A.
Rand, of this city, returned from Harrison Hot Springs to-day.
D. McNair, of the Royal City Planing Mills, returned from Port Hammond on the C. P. R. to-day.
 . »'m .»—;	
The Pacific Liners,
The Abyssinia  Soon to Arrive.
Capt. Webber, manager of the C. P.
R. Pacific steamers, states that it is
not tho intontion of the steamers to
call nt Victoria, either on the inward
or the outward voyage Tho moment
the. Abyssinia touches the wharf
nt Vancouver, tho unloading of
her cargo will bogin. It will
be sent onward to New York on
express trains and there transferred to
one of tho fast lines of ocean steamers.
It is the desire of the company to
make the fastest possiblo timebetwoen
Hongkong and Liverpool. At Vancouver she will load 3000 tons of Wellington coal, which will bo transferred
across from Departure Bay. She will
leuve on'the 20th inst. on hor return
voyage. Tho captain says tho result
of the first voyage is eagerly watched
all over tho world, as to a certain extent it will decide tho future channels
of commerce. It was a mistake in
telegraphing, that her passenger list of
Chincso was so large, there being only
eight instead of eighty. These will be
sent to 'Frisco by the first outgoing
steamer. - i
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Public School Report.
At a publio meeting in the Hysek
Hall this morning (Mr. J. S. Olute,
chairman of the sohool board, presiding), the city sohool trustees presented their annual report, which was read
by the secretary, Mr. T. J. Trapp, as
follows:
The board of trustee, for the New
Westminster publio aud high schools
begs most respectfully to report:
That the different branches of the
publio nnd high schools are in a flourishing condition; that the number of
scholars that hns | bocn in attendance
during the year has beon 423, and the
average attentlnnco 211; that the
children havo shown a marked improvement in their studies, and that
13 pupils hsve passed for the high
school. There has beon a great increase in the number of pupil, attending tbe schools, especially in tho lower
divisions, and the government have
made arrangoinont. to furnish another
room, whioh will bo ■ available after
midsummer, snd to provide for another toa'cher. Tho government h.ve
met the board in this particular in a
very liberal nianuor and have promised
toprovido more suitable accommodation the ooming year.
Tbe appropriation for incidental expenses has been expended in ths usual
way. The school ground, nnd buildings are iu good repair, and with present arrangements carried out the board
will havo much cause to' congratulate
tho publio genornlly upon tlio position
of educational affairs in this oity, nnd
they take this opportunity of expressing thoir high appreciation of the efforts of the teachers to ttdvnnce the
pupils and make tho schools under their
charge (what they ure to-day) second
to hone 'in 'the province. In conclusion, the board would most earnestly eall tbe attention of the parents of
pupils iu attendance st the publio
schools to tho advisability of being
protent at all examinations as their
presence on such occasions gives encouragement to both . teachers and
pupils and evinces un interest in the
school and the cause of free education.
T. J. Trapp, Seoretary.
■"■'■'.J.''. V' f "—;   ~-'   t i
The Canadian Pacific Railway is
seeking a direct route and entnnce lo
Uoston.aud is about loosing the Boston/
Lowell and Maiuo.line, The pnoo to
be paid, it ia uuduretood, will be the
value of its .share, based on nn 8 per
Cent, valuation fur the first five ymrs
snd 7 pw sent, thiresfler. Th* Ims.
I. forWyMrs.
San
aa
The First C.P.B. Stenmshlp.
The AfeysslalM Casls* I'P Ik. Slnlls.
We are indebted to the C.P.R. telegraph service for a dispatch dated at
Vancouver at 3:30 this afternoon, stating that the steamship Abyssinia, the
pioneer steamer of the C.P.R. transpacific line, is passing up the Straits.
Mr. J. S. Clute, collector of customs
at this port, received a dispatch stating that the Abyssinia will reach Vancouver at 9 o'clock to-night. She will
not touch at Victoria. Mr. Peter
Grant, of the customs, goes over tonight to receive her, and Mr. Clute
will go over in the morning.
Jubilee Day.
PREPAMTIONI m THI OEIEMATION.
The Royal Oity of Westminster will
celebrate the Jubilee of Her Majesty
tomorrow Snd the day following. The
committee have spared no pains to
make the celebration the means of attracting visitors from aUpartsof the
province to our .city. The C. P. R.
is running, excursions from other
places to the city and return st one
price. The river steamers will also
give reduced rates on the two celebration days. To-day many of the citizens are bSBT decorating their places
of businesi'Witlrevergreens.
The programme for to-morrow is as
follows: In the morning the militia
will parade at the Drill Shed and
inarch to the battery and fire a royal
salute. Afterwards the new park will
be opened and christened. Horse
racing will follow, and at 2 p. m. the
boat racing .will occur. In the evening a grand torchlight procession will
take place on the Fraser, in which
many Indians will take part. The
programme for Wednesday is equally
as attractive.
,—. «. .	
ACompleti Revolution in the state of
the stomach: harassed by Dyspepsia is
caused by Using Northrop ft Lyman's
Vegetable Discovery, or great blood purifier, a medicine specially adapted to renew healthy activity in that organ and
in those whioh most closely cooperate
with it, the bowels and the fiver. Easy
digestion, an increase of appetite and a
free secretion of bite, mark the radical
change which it produces.
Wholesale oily Market.
Beef,     per 100 lbs.	
Pork "        	
Mutton      "        	
Hldes(gr'n)" 	
Potatoes     "
Turnips     U.
Carrots      "  ...
Parsnips    •'
Beets " 	
Cabbage     " 	
Onions       "
Wheat        "	
Oats " ...«.w	
Peas "
Hay,      nor ton  ..............
Butter (rolls) perl	
Cheese, ■ "  »	
Eggs,     perdos	
Geese,       eaoh	
Ducks      ' "       _.	
Chickens, „«,	
Turkeys, per lb      _,„	
Cord wood (retail) pereurd..
JT. PAUL.'. GRCHOH. services ev
er; ftanday at 11 A. u. and 7 p. w. In
Church, St. John «Met, below Royal
avenue. SMt. free; all ar. •ordlally In
vited. Sun4.r8cboolMz.Mr. st.
(fesstel
Vf BTHODI.T CHURCH, Mary St.
1VJ. Rev. C. W.tson, Pastor. Services at
11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday School and
Bible Clan 2:80 p.m. Prayer Meeting on
Thursdays at 8 p. m. Seals free: stronger,
cordially invited. Jeff-JE*
P
Lei
PTI.T CHURCH, Agues Street,
_ Bast of Mary Street. Rev. Robert
-cnule, Pastor. Lord's Day Services at 11
a. m. and 7 p. m. Sabbath School and
Bible Class at 2:80 p. m. All seal, free;
strangers cordially welcomed.   d-de24to .
■     ITSIOH LODGE He, t), A, F.
•mMXgy tt A. M,—The regular Com-
TsVJT munleatlons of this Lodge are
fw\ held ou the nrst Monday in each
month. Sojourning brethren are cordlai*
lylnvlted to attend
PETER GRAMT,
feSMc Secretary.
TENDERS.
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BV
the undersigned al Victoria until 10
o'clock a. m. of lasdn, *..e <Mk, for
the erection of . BRICK and STONE
BUILDING to no occupied by the Bank ol
II. C. at New Westminster. Tender, may
be banded II. V. Edmonds, Esq., New
Westminster, where the plans may now
be seen. Plans ean also w seen ot my
onlce, Victoria.
The owner reserves the right to reject
any or all tenders.
djestd E.H. FIBBER, Architect.
TENDERS FOR
Brick Building!
mENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
1 tbe underlined up to noon on MONDAY, 20m INhT,. for conitiueting n 3-
Htorjr Brick Building on Ut 3, Blook 6,
Plnni and upeciflcationi can bo eeen at
tbe offloe of Henry V. Edmond*, Molten-
Kle tttreet.
Tbe.lowe«t or.any tender not necenarily
JNO. A. WEBSTER.
ncoepted.
dje7td
PHOVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE,
Wh Juno, 1887.
TTtS EXCELLENCY THB GOVERNOR
|X General having appointed Tuetday,
the 21r»t initant, aa a day of general
thanksgiving and rejoicing In commemoration of tho fiftieth anniversary of tbe
iiRcctwlon to tha Throne of Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen, and Hie Honour
tbo Ltentenant-Oovernor having appointed Wednesday, the Itsnd last, m* Public
Holiday for the same purpose, the offices
of the Provincial Government will be
clotted on those d«ys. *}i ■■. *•»:<'.
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON.
djelltd Provincial Secretary.
sign
aaroncs.
OTICE IS HEREBY 01V
*l;«ays after date
signed. Intend making application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to lease for Umbering purposes th. following described l.ndr
Commenelni— 	
Commsi
intersoctli
A Kyle*
«•"
yfrc
ig North
SI£n#i|iKS
wlt|J» lake distant about I miles northerly from Cardero Obup.l; them
nlng. North IB chain
Noi
chain., 	
West A chain,
posts thenoj "
chains. North
North fcohalnL,	
chains. East 40 chains,
the lake .horei thenee 	
lake shore topiaee of commencement—
containing 1830 acres, mot* or lees.
LEAHY A KYLE.
Vancouver, He., net »t*y, INT. djetml
NOTICE.
TENDERS ARE INVITED BY THE
undersigned till the 25th Inst., for the
erection of an Agricultural Hall on tho
Chllliwhack Fair Ground. Plans and
specifications may be seenat Mr. S. Caw-
leys residence, Centrevlllo, till tbe 17th
lust., and after that date at the offloe of
the local government agent. New Westminster. AH tenders must be endorsed
by two responsible bondsmen. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
J. W. THOMSON,
Chllliwhack; Juno 10,1887.     dwje'istd '
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
IX the partnership heretofore condsting
Getwten the undersigned as furniture
dealers, cabinet makers and undertakers,
under the name, stylo und Arm of wintemute, Oalbick A Co., bas this day been
dissolved by mutual consent.
The business of furniture dealers and
cabinet makers will be carried un by John
Wintemute and-Robert Wintemute, who
will assume all liabilities and pay all
accounts due by the late firm and collect
all debts due to tho same and to whom
alone payments are authorized to be
made.
Dated June lltb. 1887.
JOHN WINTEMUTE,
ROBERT WINTEMUTE,
D. B. OALBICK.
Witness:
ST. J. WHITESIDE. JeWdtflwl
THB ANNUAL ELECTION OP A
Trusteo for St. Patrick's, St. George's
and St. Andrew's Wards of New Westminster City Sohool District will be held on
Monday the Mlb day or June. 1881, vt tho
Counoil Chambers, Hynck Hall, ori'm*
menolng at 11 a. m.
In case a poll Is demanded, voting will
commence at 10 a. m. of tho next day and
close at 4 p. m.
Extract fiiom "Pynwc Sohool Act,1885"
"23. Any person registered as a voter, as
hereinafter provided, shnlt be eligible to
vote at any school meeting held lu such
District, and In the ward In which he is
registered, for the election of Trustees;
provided, always; that it shall not be lawful for any person to vote for Trustees In
more than one ward lu nny City School
DlBtrlot,"- •*
By ordor of Board of Trustees,
dJelStd T. J. TRAPP, Secretary.
LB.]   , LANSDOWNE. ,
CANADA.
ViOTOBiA, by the Grace of God, of the
United Kingdom of Groat Britain and
Ireland, Queen, Defender of tho Faith,
Ac, Ac, Ac,
lb all to whom these presents shall come, or
whom the same may in anywise concern—
Greeting.
A PROCLAMATION.
jNaB-D. Thompson/) tlTHEREAB It Is
Attorney-General, > VV the loynl de-
Oanada. J., sire of tlio people of Canada to celebrate the fiftieth An*
nlversayof Oui' accession to the Throne
In such a manner n* to manifest their
deep attachment to TTs.ahd their thankfulness for tho prosperity which, under
the blessing of Almighty Odd, thoy have
mjoyed
We.th
_„ __ during Our happy reign:
./e, therefore, In order to give effect to
inch loyal desire, and considering that
suoh blessings do call for nubile acknowledgment, have thought fit, by nnd with
the.ad.vice, of Our Privy Council forCnnn*
da,.totappoint*, and We do appoint Tukh-
DAY,th*TwRS*i-Y*Fi!WT dtiy of Junk next,
- "" * —ti»l thanksgiving and redo Invite all'Onr loving
as a day of gene:
jolclng, and
subject* throughout Canada to observe
the said day as a day of general thanks*
giving and rejoicing.
In Testimony Whereof, Wo have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent, and the Great Seal of Canada to
be hereon to affixed. ■ Witness. Oui1
Right TwMy and  Entirely Beloved
Cousin Ac Most Honmirnblo SirHKK-
i,  nvCriyiB'jm Kkit!i Pettv-Fitzmau*
t;   rice, MaroulB of Lnnsdownc, In the
County of Somerset. Earl of Wycombe,
of Chipping Wycombe, In the County
of Bucks. Viscount Calne and Cain-
atone In the County of Wilts, and Lord
Wycombe, Baron of Chipping Wycombe, lu tho County of Ducks, In the
Peerage of Great Britain; Earl of Ker-
St and Earl of Shelburno, Vlscoiwtv
liiumauffce and K«bi.u.i|«*\ L>it-r.n
' itePwi^tf'Kit'nd: Knight (Sand
Cross of Our Most Wstlngnlshed Order
of Saint Michael and1 Saint George;
Governor-General of Canada, nnd Vice
Admiral of the same.
At Our Government House.inOur City
of Ottawa, this SoconoT day of April, in
the year of Our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and olghty-seven, and
In the rimed, year of Our Reign.
By Command,
J. A. CHAPLEAU,
dJelStd ;i   Secretory of State.
PURSE CONTAINING   A   SMALL
_  sum of Money lost on the (tih Inst.
. Jnder will be suitably rowarded on leaving same nt this otr.ee. . djelltS
Power of Attorney.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
XS during my absence Mr. Horatio Webb
of ChllllwliRck holds my power of attor-
OEO, BrASHWELU-
dwmyaoml       ■'   '
ney,
WANTED.
QUITE A QUANTITY OF SHEEP,
Chickens, old or young Ducks, or
other poultry. Slate price delivered at
Westminster. Terms cash,
ARCHIE, Colonial Hotel,
dJellU     .      .  .        WestminsUr.
Fruit Trees, &c.
trees!
NY PERSON IN WESTMINSTER or
vicinity wishing to purcheso Fruit
i, Plants, shrubs, Ornamental Trees,
etc, at prices less-tban half what they
Colonial Hotel,
have been
address
dJsIIU
Sew
Weslnllni
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
day been .dlsnWetl, By mutual constnl.
A6k IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT
h. pertncrshlpjieretofore i-xihthia
.... saplTsd: by rni 	
Mr. E. Sully will eolleet all accounts due
the lute firm ana sottlo all claims attulnst
"bataa this »tb day of May J!s7. . . j
3. E. BULLY.
djellml J.BENWIC'K,
NOTICE To_MXPAy£RS.
Aueiiment Act and Proviii'
ctal Revenue Tax, ,
-«ir wHTunism distkict.   .
MOT^ tt»|MBY OrVEN THAT
J*| proTlnelal Revenue Ta» and all
f.»e.'l.vl«l under the Assessment Act.,
for the ye.r 18S7, are due and imynl.lo n(
, Additions! expense till bo nvolileil by
paylnesameonorbelomtheaiiiniusi,
V. W^ABWICKi"
Ke* Westminster, lnnew!f»r*
SMS—
■sBsa
IMPORTERS, JOBBERS A DEALERS IN
CARPETS, OIL CU)TH8, UNHOtEUMS
 AND-	
House  Furnishing Goods.
Men's, youth's & Boys' Clothing;,
Underwear. Shirts. Collars,
Ties. Socks, Hats & Caps.
We always carry a' VERY LARGE STOCK to select from
and give a CipODi: ARTICLE at REASONABLE RATES
D. DRYSDALE A CO.,
dwjoTtb'f TSflolnrriiiia St, New Wentminster.
If
JUBILEE YEAR 1887.
Just reoeived in onr Millinery and Dress
Department, the Newest Designs from London Direct, consisting of
NOVELTIES IN HATS.
The Battenberg, Lady Churchill, Queen's Jubilee, Norfolk, Chandos,
Rutland, Nuffield, Pagoda, Marchioness, Ellen Terry, Purl, new
and striking Sailor Hats and Boating, Picnic and Sun Hats in
numerous varieties. I
ROBE COSTUMES.
Silks and.. Striped: Satins. Aigrettes, Ornaments, Plumes and
Trimmings of all descriptions.
Great additions have been made to our usual heavy Stock, in
every Department, including Men's Clothing and Furnishing.    '!
JAMES ELLARD & CO.,
dwapeto
W>OT)OK HOU
BRITISH BLUE MOHLED SOAPbun—V.
BRITISH BLUE MOTTLEB SOAP ^»-m,
QUEENS JUBILEE SOAPhimu^""tht ».
QUEEN'S JUBILEE SOAP ^^'^. ^^^
NO. I PALE YELLOW SOAPUi immmm
PENORAVS BORAX SOAP,,w,or .—.
PENDRAY'S ELECTRIC SOAPu,,,e mm.*market.
PENDRAY'S BARBER'S BAR SOAP'^Bm ,n u..
Manufucturetl only by
dvmyUte
PENDRAYACO.,
■.Mtwl.l Mrert, TlrMTta, a. i
LOT FQR, SALE.   Business Chancel
u
OT H,  BFsOOK 7. COLUMBIA AND
Frunl Wu.  Apply on tbe nremli«i,
JAB. KINNEY.
Cooper Stock.
BUTTER   FIBKTR8 OF  ALt HIZK8
(workmanship warranted); Fish Barrels and hall b.rrels. Any nersnn In
Koods Is Invited to eall and
— •-    Shoe, Front SI.,
JAS. KlNSlSV;
■»
VtXJt.XfaT^tJk.XX>
"rem the BUnd lo Mr one point
' south oIRoy.lATenne,n'eli person,!   H
Fromi th. gtaM,to1*ny one point
within the city limits, one person...     HO
K«eh a4dlUon.Lp.mn... ..„•.,.:   B
To or from Wetrntr or Tnun-snnie'
B as above.
prlvln* by th. hour—Drat hour.,,,,., IM
I Followlnt h*nnw«wh„,„,...,i.. .lit
Ilitck to Vancouver .nd Return ., 10 OB
"     Fort Moody and Return..,,,,. 7SJ)
• Oalls-MAM,
rrurE proprieto:
J. leadln* Bnslnei
best business Dim of
-J PMPglFjTOR OF. OHFJ OF TMK
le*4lni Business Rouses end In the ,
l bii.lneu pan of tbl. eity. brio, .bout
trial!   lila   Iuim.  ahuaJ    —_     i,_.l_u.
NOTICE.
*u•_lL•*i^•R■,■,"!^,^   lu  FM»w**»«»™ iwu an*ui*>
ve/od Islands In the south arm of Frasor '
River, lylov to tho south of Lot MB, Group •
I, nnd containing 100 acres, more or less.
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May 2,1887. .  umySmt
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lute^ i-M_Jiiiie, 1887,
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