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••TOrument Printing office
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VOLUME 4
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. Q.. FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL* 6, 1888.
NUMBER 81
• WOI.V IMITII, M.D.
l,il    OFFIOE -Clarkson Htreet, opposlto rear
|'.[ entrance of Colonial Hotel, '
. ,    RRf|[liKNOE-Anioa Ht,, opposlto new
f lUBapllst Oliurtlh,  Telephone Ho. 28.
i*  OFF1CB HOUBS-10 a. m. toWnopn; 9
to 6; nrul DrrtO to S p. tn. __°1™._ _
IV I   It. NAOkUAN, B. A., M. D., C. M.
' OFFICE: McKenale Street, next door to
rl'rlll Slrml.
t*   ttl*>llliKN0E: Agnes Stroet, third houso
11 mm MiiryStreol,  Telepliono No. 17.
lll'TIUB !IOOBS:10tol2;*lt0 5!ei80to6.
d-dclrlUr
H
n.cooPKtt, n. A.M.D.,
PHYSICIAN A SDROKON.
■ fHOK and BESIDENCE-Jihnreh St.
.mm door to Fnrmers* Home), new
ColumbiaSt., New Westminster, B.0.
OFFIOE HOUBS-8to 10n.nl.! Holland
•.so to 8 p. m. Calls In town and conn-
try promptly.attcnded to. feato
IF.
WULSH,
DENTIST.
Room 10,       -s '.. .-*■    Colonial Hotol.
Ill    Omen Hotmrl-lOtot. (Ue8to
1'
KC.
K. C. BltOWI,
DENTIST.
_.,    OmcB — Over Bonk of B. C, cornor
|ii Mary and Columbia Streets,
HouRe-9 a. tn. lo 7 p. ni.       dwjyaoto
IE.
A. SMITH,
DENTIST.
flaradunte ot l'eun College ot Dental Snr-
Offices—Bank Building,
dwmhldto
).( ll.HBIII LD a HctrULL,
BARRISTERS,
yur.;ciTORS, etc.
T'OHlwa, Masonic Buildings, New Westmin.
i? ster, nnd Vancouver, RC.      lyMrlrVto
C. ATKl.VSOTV,
RARRISTER, SOUOITOR, *o.
r? MeKensle Street.
[|  dwleloto New Westminster, B. 0.
Kim.iiA.Tu6«B;r4"*'';,;
iw."
BARR1STRR-AT-I..VW.
I Und a*muI Money to I.onu,
Columbln St.,
seatc Now Westminster, B, C.
W   GltANT,
ARCHITECT
I'/ OrnoK-Corner Mnry anrl Clnrkson Sts.
•'1LOW k MAOLUKK,
:     *     ARCHITECTS.
SrricK- Room E,
Over Bank of B. C
Columbia Street.
ALBERT J. HILL,
M. CAN. Soo. 0. E.
|J)IVII. ENOINEEII,
LAND SURVEYOR nnd
DRAUGHTSMAN.
'Ifficr—Vew Mnsonlc Block,
' dwmlilalc Now Westminster.
m.-*
WALKEE * CO.,
IIVUDITORS, ACCOUNTANTS, audi
OENERAI, FINANCIAL AGENTS.
. BANK BUILDING,
Now Westminster, B. C.
llso-Claro Road, Halifax, England,
dwjnyrltc
J   TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
ijolnmbln Street ...New Westminster
All eommlsslons will reeeive prompt
|r.nd careful attention. Best reforenoes
(jlven when required. mhl2-to
RAND BROS.
tpBA'* »STATB BROKERS,
Conveyancers, Collector.,
|) And Insurance Agents,
lOfflees at VICTORIA! Fort Street,
NEW WESTMINSTER! Cornor
MoKensle and Clarkson Sts.
VANCOUVER, Cordova Street,
, BUILDING LOTS for salo In all sections
bf Vanoouver and Now Westminstor City.
J FARM LANDS of superior quality for
hale at Chllllwhaok, Port Hammond,
ILangley, Matsqul, Slimus, Mud Bay, Lad-
mer*s Landing, Lulu Island, North Arm
pad Plti River.
j Maps and Plans exhibited anil llmfull-
Ellt Information furnished at all nurnmces.
feMto
c. Mcdonough
[/ HAVING TAKEN
Lundbom'sBuilding, Frontst,
(Formerly occupied hy Kyle A Tllton),
flS   NOW READY
.J nerro   ills customers and everybody
with ns good a stock tu a man wants to
pwlflot from.
. Dry   Good!,   Cl ror? rim,   rravliloni,
rock-Fry, titsnswmte, b»o<m, Ae*
Come and boo the new placo, nnd lot ni
now what you thick of IU
dwoewte o. Mcdonough.
EMPLOYMENT^ WANTED.
1 PRACTICAL ENGLISH GARDENER
._. desires to obtain employment In ar-
'ending gardens, hotbeds, tinner beds,
[lawns and irlher work of Hint nature. Has
k thorough knowlorlKir of his business
hnd guarantees sallsfaotlon. Excellent
■references If required.
Addrm**W.F.," this ofllce.   dmhMla
HARDWARE,  ETC.
TAKli THIS OPPORTUNITY OF: THANKING THE1K NUMEROUS PAT-
rons lor the vory liberal support extended 'o them in the past and of informing
them thrrt they nro still to lie found rifJtaiOI.D STAND, nnd trust tlmt hy careful
attention to business in all ita iIi-taifBj still merit anil secure that largo share of
patronago which has always been extended to them.
"Small 1'rofltS nnd Quick Bcturns" is our motto, and whllo woi ooii-
fess tlrat wo havo not yet solved the problem of BUYING and SELLING and LIVING BY THE L038, yot at the lame time wo do claim that we havo discovered
WHEN, WHERE and HOW TO BUY the nuiueroue Articles thot wo oarey.
Hence, bv buyina in the best markets, at the proper season, wo are able-to offer
our Customers thfWMT BUST MANUFACTURES at the LOWEST POSSIBLE
PRICES. We'have purchased very largely for the preaent muoh and with the
stock already received ahd on the way, wo claim to have ono of the best solectcd
Stocks in British Columbia,   We carry full linos of
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of nil kinds of the best makes! Cross-cut & Hand-Saws
Rni-bt-tl Wire for Fencing, and all the necessary Utensils for Fai-lilillK!
Pulley Blocks, Snatch Blocks, Bope * Chain inaUdsMi Pitch,
Tar & Oakum; Tarred and Plain Paper for Building! Paints & Oils
In all colors: I.il|llill PailltS in all shades; FlOOl* PailltS ready to use; (irlllll
Stones; Wall Paper in all designs; Brooms & Brushes for all purposes!
Lubricating Oils) Traps of all descriptions, large enough to catch the China-
man who steals your chickens, the Bear or Panther that got away with your family
of pigs, and small enough to annihilate the Mouse that destroys your grain and
nibbles at your cheese.
ita- Special attention'givon to orders by mail, and if yon have any doubt where
to buy any particular article, why go or send to
T. J TRAPP * CO.,
dwap5tc
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
■ioneer Hardware Store!
EST a
CBB 1889.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
Columbia Street,   Westminster, B. C.
iiiroRizs   ojt**
Hardware,Agricultural Implements
Paints, Oils, Glassware, Crockery, Wall
Papers, Wooden Ware.
STOVES AND RANGES
iit amtmULz: TABimnr.
Tinware, Ilollownrr, Plumber's Goods, Iron Pipe
and Fittings.
Manufacturer of Tinware. Employs none but first-class Workmen. Contracts for Sheet-iron Cornice Work, Gas Fitting,
Plumbing, Roofing, &c, &c.
tn All Work ('imrnntcctl to Give Satisfaction. dwmhlOinl
H A m 5
Our stock of Hats is now complete and
as they were all personally selected by one
of our firm in the Eastern American and
Canadian markets, customers may be sure
of getting the Latest Styles and the Best
Values. We carry, without exception, the
largest stock of Hats in the city, and an inspection is cordially invited.
Ogle, Campbell * Co.
dwap5tu
NKXT HANK OP MONTREAL, N, W.
W. & G. WOLFENDEN,
(Successors to €. 0. Major.)
Dry Qoods & Groceries!
' I"£"FJust Received—Large Consignment of EXTRA CHOICE
MILD CURED HAMS & BACON—the very finest quality.
dwmhiMto
M.A.McRAE.
Merchant Tailor,
WI8IIEB TO INI'ORM   THE PEOPLE
OP NBW WESTMINSTER THAT HE
IS  HlEPAItED   TO EXECUTE
AM. OltnERS FOR
TAILORING
A Wl.)i LINE OP
Engllali, gcot-*li  and  Irish
Tweeds nnd   Fancy
Trouserings.
SCOULLAR'S OLD STAND
C01.UM61A St.,   -  New Westminster.
ihvnrli'Jritc
•O-O VO*)
P. J. FflDLBS & CO.
-FOB YOUR—
Groceries,
Provisions,
Flour, Feed, &c.
ALL OOODS   SOLD  C'HKAt*   AND
DE1.1VKRKD PROMPTLY.
ODDNEIrMWS' BLOCK, Columbln  I.
■imiiirio
■'        I 1(1.11    1)011
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Civic Ofkickils.—Mnyor^Robert HieW-
Jiinoii; Clly Clork, Cnpt. Robinson: Po-
Uua MiiKiRtrutis T. C. AtkluHon: Clilof
Bntthmoi' Klro Dcpartmout, \V. Corbettj
ArSKlHLiint., II. Kciid.
Couht Officials.—Judgp ot the Su-
promo Court, Hon. J. P. McCrolght; Uogls-
trat, W. H. FHldlnifi Sheriff, W.J. Ann-
Btrong.
PitovisctAi, Qkpioebh. — Government
Agent, Olios. Warwick; Reflftrnr of Titles,
R. W. Armstrong: Supt. bf Provincial
Arj-tmn, Dr. Ri I. Uentlcy: Bnrwir of Asylum, 36s'. Phillips; Qovoriicir of Central
Prltion, Win. Moresby; Htewnnl RoyulCo-
lumbtan Hospital, 01ms. Dlgby; Immigration Agent, Jno. Sprott; Coroner, W.
li. Ferris.
Dominion Offjoials.—Foatmwttcr, J. C.
Brown; Collector of Customs,J.;B.Clute;
Warden of Penitentiary] JU--H. McBrlde;
Domltlinn IrfinrtAgenf, iM*. W. Aikman;
Crown Timber Agent, 'i'. H. HlggliiRon;
Fiftpectrtrof KlKhorles.Thos. Mowat
Repkfskntatjvks.—Senator, Dr. T. R.
Mclnnos; House of Commons, Donald
Ohisholm; Provincial Legislature, Capt.
W. N. Rolej t|. C.
1ESIKBSR& M OFFICE fill!,
MAILS CLOSE  AND ARRIVK.
GLOBE
For Can. Pnc. Ily.—Dully (excopt Sunday
uud Momluy), nt 12.45, and on Saturday
(foriliHputcli Sunday) nt 22.
For Victoria, V. 1„ and Western U. S. Offices—Monday, U'.-ia: Tuesday, 8.I0 and 19;
Wednesday, 0.30; Thursday. 8.15 and 19;
Friday, 6.80; Saturday,8.15.
For Vancouver, Moodyvlllo and Burrard
Inle'y—Dally (except Sunday) at 8.15,
For Port Moody—Dally (exoept Sunday)
at 8.
For Ladner's Landing ami Lulu Island-
Monday, 12.-15: Tuesday and Thursday
at lfl.
For Clovor Valley, Hall's Prairie, Surrey
Centre and Langley Prairie—Saturday,
9.
For North Arm and Sea Island—Thursday, 13.80.
For Elgin and Mud Bay-Saturday, 12.45.
For Plumper's Pass—Monday, 12.45.
For Nanaimo (direct mall)—Tuesday, 19.
id ■cm
From Can. Pac. Ry.-Dally (except Saturday) at 13.
From Victoria—Sunday, Tuesday and
Thursday, 16: Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday, 11.30.
From Vancouver, Moodyvlllo and Burrard Inlet—Dally (oxcept Sunday) nt 10.
From Port Moody—iJnily (except Sunday)
at 17,
From Ladner's Landing and Lulu Islnnd
—Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, 16.
From Clover Vnlley, Hall's Prairie and
Langley Prairie—Friday, lfl.
From North Ann and Sea Island—Thursday, 12.
From Elgin and Mud Bay-Satnrday, 11.
From Plumper's Pass—Sunday, 16.
From Nanalmo (direct mall)—Saturday,
POST OFFICE HOURS!
Money Order nonrs—9 to 17 dally; and
General Delivery from 9 to 19 (7 p. in.),
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; 0 to
18, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays—
except when malls are being made np or
sorted.
POWDER
Absolutely Pme.
This powder never varies, A marvel of
purity,strength and ivlioleRonicnesp, More
economical than the ordinary hinds, and
oannot bo (ibid In c.ompe liiou with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans.
Royal Bakinh POWDRR Co., 103 Wall St,,
New York. Sfely
FOR   SALE.
NE-HALP INTEREST IN lire LAND-
\s lay saw nnd Pinning Mill: mill ID
srortrl order. For pnrtioiiliirs applyort the
promises to M.WEST,
Or, Mossrs. T1IU1CE, JAOKSON,
aplSlo * HELMOKEN  Vlctorln.
0
Milch Cows for Sale
FOB SAMS-A NUMBER OP GOOD
Milcli Cows.  Apply to r
C. imOWN,
Delta.
P. O. Address, Now Westminster.
ilwinlilOnil
Tug for Sale!
T
lUa BOAT7AFKKT: COMPOUND MA-
chlnory, by Eflslorn inakeis.
Annly to
Mwasi
siw. niCWICKK A WULFFSOHN,
dja3(e . Vancouver, B, C.
Valuable Property for Sale,
Splniiilri Clianrc lor Iiivosluioni.
niins foi.l.owinu uksirabms
J    Luiulsi
A niorrk iifHJliirTi'rrs.irbrnit 7inllosnliove
New WtTsitnliTsUir, wllh a river fi'Tiirlntii1
of I* rrrlli., wlileli Is RiiltalTle forgrnslnii
nml tiiriiilni;, nlioitl 7imiiTTn..sliBlil«piiilrle.
Alsn.ll llloek i-riiitriliiliill r'OOrieres, Willi
n river troiitn^e of I mile, llnlitly Urn tiered
nnrl Willi iiliolit mi lioresof prairie land;
Bltiltili'il on Ilia Prnsei rival', ucrrrly oppir-
sllrrllie iieirlli>lilliiry.
Alsn.n r.ineii nir Uqiig'nsStreet, nd*oln-
llui llllselly, Willi ti fniiiliiee on Iliirnaliv
l.aka,  unntillnlrru   over  Ino aeres.  Tills
...  for nai'.leiilrifjr rind fruit
.'III tie Mild In liluekslu mil
al Lois In in.' west end nf the
Innrl Is
olllllire,
ptircliira
Alan,,
oily.
Alan   rrf'  lllellll'.l on   Millllrenl SlrOiit,
eotrfallrlriuHilere.i.
AIhit. lire lliiriiT'.lrraTl.T'i.iiliiInlTlirtlileies
rrf llTiiT-i'la,.ar)i'i'liiti'il, wliiclr will lie sold
en block or' In one-ilere plola, 10 suit purchasers. On lllh propi-il.v lire two 1 urge
iindeiiiiriniHllTiiia tinusos lir thorough repair. Prions nir.I lerrnsinr irppllontlon to
WILLIAM 0I,\RKSON,
dwrls-Jrlie WestmlHslor.
flailn Jpritish €olumbiitn
Frldar  Krraliu. April «, ISMS.
Surprise, anil IMIvuiwas.
The following paper was read at the
rucoiit meeting of the Teachers' Association, by Mr. IT. M. Stramberg,
M.A., and is published nt the solicitation of many teachers: "In
the world there is nothing great but
man, and in man there' is nothing
great but mind." This, 1 think,
wits said by one of the modems.
Man is the measure of all things,
said Protagoras, and iffiis nbi yet
been clearly demonstrated that he
was not right. Know thyself was
the oracular injunction. Were you
to possess perfect self knowledge,
you would be omniscient, for what
is that mysterious esseuce, mind,
that wanders through eternity but a
part of—an emanation from—the all-
pervading thought of which the
universe is but the ever-changing
reflection. Even admitting the existence of the non-ego, the universe
within is greater than that without,
for the latter seems to exist only in
and through the former. Like a
long line of cyphers, the one only
becomes significant by placing the
other before it, Thoughts of the
mind's greatness come vividly to til
only at times—in our best moments
—and then but like sunbeams that,
struggling through a rifted cloud.re-
veal for a moment the " surpassing
glory" and majesty of the sun. It
is the dark side of human nature,
the mean, the low, with all its
hideous detirmity and crudenesa
(the more fearfully dark because of
the godlike enshrouded)—it is this
aspect that presents itself on the
stage of time. How perplexing,
therefore, it is to study mind, how
exceedingly difficult to deal with it
aright, to trace its movements, and
determine its destiny! What won-
der.then, if one wHovfe-AfidliMlbP
from a philosophic standpoint is often perplexed! To the superficial
the hardest problems may seem easy
of solution, but to him who really
thinks, all is mystery or tends to
mystery.
Theroare some to whom "obstinate
questionings" never come. They
can give without mental effort a
scheme for everything that has hap
pened or will happen. They talk
glibly about plans in the moral as
well as in the material, world, and
state with the greatest complaisance
the limits of all power in both.
To such, education is a simple
matter. It is a delightful and
easy task to rear the tender
thought. They are never surprised;
for tliem there are so dilemmas;
they have received from books and
dogmatic teachers a scheme, in whioh
everything is harmony, beauty, and
perfect adjustment.
This subject of mine, like a great
many others, can be viewed from a
higher and a lower standpoint. It
is because I regard education as
something more than learning to
read, write, and cast aooounts—be-
cnuso I believe it deals with the
phenomena of inind in all their
complexity—that I am inclined at
tho outset to look from the higher
ground. Should I, however, in the
course of this lecture, say things that
are not in keeping with truly philosophic views, it is because I am
standing on the lower plane,
and my words are of the earth,
earthy.
The educational problem is still in
a quandary. The question, "What
shall be taught!" is not confined to
one country. It is agitating the
whole civilized world. A few hundred years ago, chiefly through the
influence of More and Erasmus,
learning took a fresh start; a new
life was infused into it; and from
that time to this, classics have been
dominant in all our higher institutions. Of late the new lights of
scienco have begun to shine with
exceeding brightness, and many declare that education in the past was
all wrong, and the studying of dead
languages is no better than the hairsplitting dialectics of the schoolmen.
It would not be so difficult to dispose of the question as to what
should be taught, were it not closely
allied to another—what is the most
directly useful) It is in this query
that the real dilemma exists. Those
who find fault with the present order of things in educational matters
assert that it is a waste of time for
a student to spend years over Greek
roots, parabolas and cycloids, while
lie remains ignorant of many
things that are absolutely necessary
for lighting the battle of lifo, and
while lie is without that knowledge
which he may at once turn to practical account in making a living.
To put the matter logically: If you
teach classics and higher mathematics, which are admitted by all as
an excellent moans of mental discipline, the young may leave
uciirleniies and co,l(*ges ignorant of
many things they need most to
make their way in the world. On
the other hand, if you confine your-
•'!'   ito.v.tu   iu pofTjr
self to what is popularly called practical subjects, your pupils may go
forth from your instructions, with
minds well stored with useful information, but with little or no
eduoation in the true sense of the
term.
It is this striving after the practical
that has given rise to the demand for
technical education. What will be the result of this demand is not easy to foresee. Will it produce superficiality
which through time will bring abuut a
reaction and a return to the well-trodden paths of the old learning i Will
this technical education prove to be of
no educative value, and may it not hap-
Sen that the youth who haa reoeived a
egroe from one of ita schools will be
no better educated than he who has
spent half a dozen of years in learning
to make coats, vests and pantaloons?
Notwithstanding the many  eminent
Journalists and scientists that have un-
lertaken to advocate the cause of the
new learning, it is still doubtful whether its claims to supplant the old have
been fully established. The relative
merits of classics and science as a
means of m'ontal discipline have been
tested in Germany, aod students uf
Latin and Greek have been- found, in
the long run, to beat tho purely scientific ones on their own ground. Matthew Arnold, the highest educational
authority in England, says that continental methods of teaching are su
perior to British, and the Germans
have the best school system in the
world. The young men in the Father
land, who have spent seven or eight
years in the study of classics and philosophy, may be laughed at for their
metaphysical theories and philological
subtleties, and yet, German clerks fill
nearly all the highest positions in
London and the other great centres of
commerce. It was only a few months
ago that Mr. Goschen delivered a
lecture in Edinburgh, in which he
tried to account for the fact, that in
all the great mercantile establishments
and banks, German clerks are preferred
to English.
And now let me call your attention
to moral and religious education, for it
involves a dilemma as perplexing as
any in the wholo range of education.
Lut year, I submitted for your consideration a solution of thii problem;
at present, it .halt therefore receive
only-a brief notice. While tbe present
ideas on the subject of religion and its
nature prevail, and while the church
teaches that there can benotrue morality
without dogma and the short-sighted
moralist dreams of perfection by
obedience to law and precept, I have
very little hope of saying anything that
will be of much benefit. Judging from
the slow,yet perceptible, movements at
the great religious centres, there is
ground for belief that in the course of
a few centuries, when the real nature
of both morality and religion is understood, extremes will meet and the
solution of the problem will be the
more surprising on account of its extreme simplicity. Till then there will
be war waged with all the virulence of
scepticism and all the bigotry and hate
of creeds. - Were I to hint at the reconcilement, I should say: Man cannot be made perfect through moral law
(the sceptic must learn this), but as it
is by obeying moral law he apprehends the divinely perfect and renounces self or self worship, following
moral precept is of the'highest import-
ane. That the divine ideal may have
the greatest transforming power over
his life, he must believe it has an ob-
1'active as well as a subjective existence,
t is therefore true for all time that
"The just shall live by faith;" yet this
faith is not the product of a church or
absolutely dependent on any one
of its doctrines as such, and the
strife must laat tilt tho churoh perceive, this and acts on it, and the
moralist also sees that highest morality
rest on the supersensible, and perfection is only attainable by worship of
the ideally perfect
(Continued To-morrow.)
BY TELEGRAPH.
The Extradition Trcaljr Itrlrseeu Ureal
Britain nml Ike r. 8.—The Ureal
Strike rraellenllj Kad.il.
lll.ni.rrk Will \.I Enlcu—Tke *4.»o|r-
al)- DlOhrull) likely lo Ire Imlfnblj
seillrd—The Emperor's lleallk
Improving.
THIS BORXIXG'S DESPATCH!!'.
ANOTHER MINNESOTA t'VOIONB.
St. Part Apl. 0.—The tornado
which has just passed over southwestern Minnesota and northwestern Iowa
did enormous damage. Five deaths
havo so far been reported. AtShields-
ville, Minn., a splendid stone church,
just erected, was demolished, the loss
being 25,000. At Faribault tho loss
will foot up to 8200,000. At South
Hart the railway bridge has givon
awny and ail trains are temporarily
abandoned- At Mankatn thu Minnesota is leaving its banks. Ice is moving in immense cakes, and a gorge is
feared below the city. At Sibley,
Iown, the wind rose from a slight
breeze to a hurricane and in a very
short time chimneys, pieoes of lumber
and other properly were torn from
thoir resting places and hurled rapidly
through the air. The roof of the public school building was torn off while
the teachers' instituto waa in session, a
d- zen persons being injured, but none
of i hem fatally.
I WAKE HATH.
Naw York, April fi.—At the Delaware iron foundry, last night, two
workmen wero fatally and four seriously burned by a fall into molten iron.
A PAMPER ON BOOI1LERS.
Washinoton, D. 0., Apl. 0.—Tho
scnato last night removed the injunction of secretly from the extradition
treaty with Great Britain, now pending
in the senate. This treaty adds to the
list of extraditable offences, nan*
.laughter, burglary, embeszlement,luf
:* my in sums of $60 or more, malicious
injuries to persons or property, by use
of explosives, and obstruction of rail*
ways.
the XEFixoK's health.
London, April 6.—The British JMed-
icaJ Journal this morning publishes <M
following special telegram from Berlin:
The Emperor of Germany is getting oh
most satisfactorily. The disease appears quiescent. There is no signs pf
spreading, and the glands are not in
the least involved. His general health
is excellent, aod his appearance shows
no trace of illness or suffering, except
that his hair hu become gray.
TBE STRIKE SETTLED.
Chicago, April 6.—There is a well
authenticated rumor current that the
"Q" officials and men have reaohad a
mutually satisfactory settlement. It
is announced that the officials were
fully satisfied with the present condition of affairs, and the next movement
would be a publio announcement from
the strikers that the battle had been
lost, and the strike would therefore be
officially declared off. It was alao
stated that in consideration of thia
withdrawal from active hostilities, the
company would quietly reinstate all
old engineers and firemen u rapidly as
possible and gradually let the new
men out Neither strikers nor company
would affirm or deny the report.
THIS AFTIBNOON'S DKBFITCUS.
AN EXPLOSION OF OIL.
Louisville, April 6.—A conductor
of a freight train on the Louisville Is
Nashville road, while attempting to
repair a leak in one of the barrels of
oil with which four of the oan wan
loaded, lut night, accidentally broke
his lantern and instantly there was an
explosion. The conductor was blown
through a window and fell unconscious
and fatally hurt on the aide of the
track. Two men who were helping
him jumped for their Uvea, but then-
clothes were saturated with burning
oil and they were fearfully scorched
and will die. The train men ageing
that they could do nothing towards
■topping the fire, and, realizing the
danger to the rest of the cars,,saw no
alternative but to cut loose the burning cars. This waa done and the cars
shot down the incline on which the
train was standing, and did not stop I
until four miles bad been covered.
Nothing was left of them but the
blackened trucks and iron baml
hoops.
PASSENGER LIST.
San Fkancisco, April 6.—Passengers per ss. Mexioo for Victoria: Mn
K Butler, W B Townsend, wife and
child, S Tipp, Mrs J T Papst, lln D
Earl, Mrs Beed.
IN TBI BALANCE. -
San Francisoo, Apl. 6.—Tha jury:
waa charged this morning in the;tan
of Ciprico and McLean, customs *in«'
speetora eharged with trafficking in
Chinese return certificates,, and they
retired to deliberate on the'verdict.
A MONSTER FAILURE.
Detroit, Apl. 6.—Root, Strong &
Co., dry goods merchants, have failed.
They claim assets of 1700,000.
THE BOYAL ASSENT   REFUSED.
Berlin, April 6.—The' National
Zeitung says renewed efforts to obtain
the consent of the emperor to the marriage of his daughter Victoria, to Alexander of Batteuburg, have not been
successful. For this reason there an
no longer aiiy grounds for a secret
conflict between Bismarck and the emperor, and therefore there is no question whatever of Bismarck's resigning,
ANH-rOVERTV OEORGE.
London, Apl. fi.—The Daily Citron-
isle's correspondent at Some says that,
in eonsequenoe of a recent letter from
Cardinal Gibbons, the congregation of
Index Expurgatorious hu decided aot
to condemn Henry George's writings.
BODIES RECOVERED.
New Hampton, Iowa, April 6.-*
Up to 10 o'olock this morning six deed
bodies were taken from the railroad
wreck at Wapsie River. On acoount
of high water further soarch at present
for the dead is impossible, though it is
thought other dead bodies are still in
the wreck. Twenty are injured, bet
all will live.
widow's pensioned.
Washington, April fl.—The president to-day approved of acta granting
a pension to Uie widow of General Logan, and increuing the pension of the
willow of General Blair.
the moorish difficulty.
London, April fi.—A despatch from
Tnrr|{iers says:     Everything remains
?|uiet. It is generally expected a satis-
nctnry settlement of the American
and Moorish troubles will be effected
through the mediation of the British,
French and Italian ministers.
BROOKS AND CROOKS.
Washington, April C—The presl-
cont to-day sent the following nominations to the senate: Brigadier General George Crook, to be major-general;
Colonel John R. Brooks, ot third infantry, to be brigadier general.
A MAOAZINE EXPLODES.
Ciiesenton, April 6.—Tho Aetna
powder works magazine, et Miller
station, exploded thu morning and 4
men wero killed.
To lessen mortality and stop the le*
roads of disease, use Northrop fc Lyman's
Vegetable discovery and Dyipeptlo Cun.
For all diseases arising from impure
Blood, such u Pimples, Blotches, BUiou
ness, Indigestion, etc., etc., it auao
equal. Mn. Thomu Smith, Kim, writes!
"I am using this medicine for Dyspepsia. I have tried many remedies, bnt
this is the only one tbat hu done me
any good."
ChHdrao*
'■/tol' 0'~~*TiP9 ^'"■^ gtailg _ ritwh Columbian
Friday Evening. April 0. isss.
Some incidents .that Imvo lately
taken place in the east almost lead
one to wonder if there isgoing to be
a permanent slackening of the party
lines which for some time hnve beon
very tightly drawn iu political circles. Hitherto it has been customary for Sir John Macdonald to give
passes over the Intercolonial Railway to his own political friends in
the honse who desired to visit tlieir
homes during the Easter holidays.
Ostensibly this privilege might be
enjoyed by all members, but as the
granting of a pass was regarded as a
matter which would place tho recipient under personal obligation to Sir
John, none of the Opposition members were likely to apply. This year
the tiling Was dono very differently.
Before the Easter adjournment Sir
John intimated that all members of
parliament, Grit or Tory, white or
black, washed or unwashed, who
desired passes over the Intercolonial
might have them freely, and on perfectly equal terms. This is certainly a large departure from the practice which has hitherto prevailed,
and shows either that Sir John's
conversion is genuine or that partisanship is losing its grip upon the
statesmen of the east. No person
whose judgment has not been sadly
warped by party-ism w'*' deny that
tlie principle of discriminating in
such mutters b'etween the members
of various parties is unfair and mischievous, lit it is deemed to lie in
the public interest to grant passes
to members of parliament at all
(which is open to question), all
should bo treated alike. In some
of tlio groceries in this city wc havo
lately, noticed; quire an assortment
of small bugs said to contain "Clritz,"
manufactured by C. Mncdonell, of
Collingwood, Out. Mr. Mncdonell
is one of Colling wood's most prominent men, nud at one lime had the
honor of being its mayor. But the
has hitherto boen a most uncompromising Tory, and would travel
round a whole block rather than
come into contact with n Grit. Jt
is somewhat significant that this
gentleman should now bo actually
engaged in manufacturing Grits!
But we believe that political independence is decidly gaining strength
throughout Canada, and we hope to
see the time when the eccentricities
of partisanship have disappeared beneath the political horizon.
mmmmm
Late Canadian News.
Quebec, Apl. 1.—Navigation below
Quebec is practically open.
Wix.vmrir, April. 3.—Most ol tiro
Belgian iniinijjmuts who arrived yesterday will settle in tlio Krench colony
at St. Leon, thejj havo little money
anil are not a desirable class of settlers.
It is estimated that fully D000 Ontario farmers are leaving for the Northwest this spring.
Tho Dominion parliament ro-openod
to-day.
An Ottawa dispatch says Iho government havo definitely decided to apply
tho local option principle in the North-
west. Each territory decides the liiiuur
question for itself.
OrrvwA, Apl. 3.—It is semi-efflcinl-
ly doniod nt Ottawa thnt Carling will
becomo the governor of Manitoba.
Senator Sehulisr will almost cortninly
get the position.
Montheai., Apl. 3.—About half a
dozen of the Point St. Charles Salvation Army corps wero arrested yester-
dny nfternoon and placed in durance
vile for two hours for marching on tho
sidewalk.
Sr. Catherines, April 1.— Experts
from the PonnByltanin coal region visited Smithvillo today and examined
the alleged coal find. They pronounce
it an excellent quality of niithr.ioito,
but ns it is only n vein eight inches
thick, thoy doubt whether it would
pay to work it, and the idea of mining
will probably be abandoned.
Have you tried HoUoway'eCorn Cure?
It lias no equal for removing these troublesome excresconscs, as many have testified who have tried it.
A Sluggish Liver
The telegram which appeared in
The CotUMBiAN yesterday respecting a reciprocity of natural products
between Canada and the United
States, referred to a retaliation bill
then before the American senate.
This retaliatory bill was introduced
by Senator Farwell, on the 29th ult.
It authorized and directed the president of the United States to make
n proclamation prohibiting the importation of products of foreign
states in certain cases. The bill recites that products of the United
States are. unjustly discriminated
against by certain foreign states on
various ill-founded pretexts, laying
restrictions on the importation of
such products, and that the diplomatic negotiations conducted through
a series of years by the United
States have foiled to secure the removal of these unjust and discriminating restrictions. It then provides that whenever the minister or
other chief- diplomatic representative of the United States to any
foreign state shall officially report
the failure of the efforts of the
United States to secure the. removal
of any discrimination by such
foreign state against any product of
the United States, the president
shall be authorized and directed to
make proclamation that such products of the foreign state as he may
deem proper shall bo excluded from
importation into the United States.
It may fairly be presumed that the
proclamation proposed to be issued
by die Canadian government will
refer to only a few of the products
of the two countries. It cannot be
possible that it is intended to cover
all articles naturally grown, for we
imagine that such a revolutionary
measure coulfl not be put in force
without special legislation by the
Canadian, parliament But even a
partial measure of reciprocity would,
in our opinion, be greatly to the advantage of Canada if it relates to
such produots as we usually export.
One ofthe greatest drawbacks to
many sections bf Oanada is the wnnt
of large and constant markets such
as can be obtained only in populous
communities. There are many articles produced in Canada that could
be shipped considerable distances to
the United States if the duties were
removed, and the opening of these
markets to us would largely increase the production of such articles. We shall await with much
interest, and not a little curiosity,
further particulars respecting the
new departure.	
The Medicine for hirer and Kidney
Complaint.—Mr. Viotor Auger, Ottawa,
writes)'"I talis gnat pleasure in recommending to the general publio Parmelee's Pills, as a cure for Liver and Kidney Complaint. I have doctored for the
last three yean with leading physician j,
and have taken many mediolnes which
wen iworommded to me without relief,
but titer taking eight of Parmelees
Pills I was quite nlieved, and now I feel
as free from the disease as beson I was
troubled.
the Stomach nnd Bowols to become disordered, and the whole system
to, suffer from debility. In all such
cases Ayer's Pills give prompt relief.
After much Buffering Irom Liver aud
Stomach troubles, I Iruvo dually beon
cured by taking Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
I always Und them prompt and thorough
in their action, and their occasional use
keeps me in u perfectly healthy condition.—Ralph M'ecman, Annapolis, Md.
Twenty-five years ago I suffered from
a torpid livor, which was restored to
healthy action by taking Ayor's Pills.
Since that time I have never been without them. They regulate the bowels,
assist digestion, and incroaso tho appetite, more surelv than any other medicine Paul Churchill, Haverhill, Mass.
INVIGORATED.
I know of no remedy equal to Ayer's
Pills for Stomach ana Livor disorders.
I suffered from a Torpid Livor, and Dyspepsia, for eighteen months. Hy skin
was yellow, nud my tongue coated. I
had no appetite, suffered from Headache, was pale and emaciated. A few
boxes of Ayer's Pills, taken lu moderate
doses, restored me to perfect health.—
Waldo Miles, Oberlin, Ohio.
Ayer's Fills aro a superior family
medicine. They strengthen and invigorate the digestive organs, create an appetite, and remove the horrible depression and despondency resulting from
Liver Complaint. I bave used these
Pills in my family, for years, and they
never tall to give entire satisfaction.—
Otto Montgomery, Oshkosh, Wis. -   tt
Ayer's Pills,
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Low-ill, Mm.
Wd(byall Dm-jfjiBta and Dealers in Medicino.
mmttm^M^'^^
New Westminster Cricket Club
AMEE'nN**.' OK THE ABOVE CUIB
will bo held Iii tlie oillco of Mr. Clute
OU Friday Kv.hIur, April (lib. ul Ho'olcjek.
A full attendance of  members pnrlleu-
ilnp5t2
larly requested.
Nev	
ew West., April -.tb, 1888.
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
ar Satisfaction guaranteed.      daplrltc
In i the  Supreme Court of
Britisli Columbia.
In tho Matter of the Estate of Michel
. Lacroirc, deceased intcBtatc.
TENDERS AltE CALLED FOR UP TO
tbe hour of 12 oTcloek noon of the 20th
April, 1883, for the piirehnse of Lot Hlx,
Group Three, New wemininster District,
Enrt'QuTnrs can be obtained at the oillco
of W. H-Falillng. Esquire, DistrictKefcta.
trar of thin Hoiiomtrlo Court
The highest or any of such tenders not
necessarily accepted;
Dnleil rlltli March, A. D, 1888.
W. H. FAI.DINQ,
dmhratil D. II. S. C*.
TO ARCHITECTS.
PLANS AND Kl'igeiFICATIONW, nd-
.drenHed to tlm uiidi>rslgnett, win be
reeelvi'd up to 12 o'clook or Wednesday
lh"!iVh of April for n llrleli Edifice, wltb
stone fobndatioiu, for St. Andrew'* Presbyterian 'Congregation, to be erected ou
tbo corner of Blackwood and Carnarvon
Streets. To neat, six hundred persons;
cost,  not lo exceed eleven thousand dol-
Each dOElgu to he. enclosed hiaacaled
enveln]*-* cm] in I nine tlio name and motto
of Uiourcldfect submitting the same.
T. .1. THAl'P,
Seorolnry of Building Committee.
New West., IU:,, April 2,1888.      dapiltd
Organs! Organs!
GKEAPEfi THAN EVER.
ITWHAt PAY  YOU TO OALL UPON
Silt. LEWIE, As litis Street, next to
Baptist .Church.   Hu is af-i-nt for the
Celebrated Kara Organ,
Anil Is selling instruments VERY REASONABLY,
Good Value from $100 n|i.     ilwiuhlle
City Laundry
JOE   QUI.
HAVINO LEASED AND FITTED UP
a Shop ou DnllHs Street, nearly opposlto Mr. Wise's Stable, is now prepared
to undertake the work of a
General Laundry.
Competent men employed, and work
?;uiiri*mteed. Having engaged a Wngon
or delivery, clothes will be delivered
promptly In any part of the city. First-
class references given If required. A trial
onler solicited. Prices will be found us
low as In any first-class establishment.
Families taken at special rates.
wOrders may bul eft. at Mr. Dickinson's
Butcher Shop, Columbia St. dJaStc
fiffi6.000.000*^ELya£
J,\J\J\J^±XS
**   SJ D.M.F
 FERRV&CO.
kts MbnlUnl tobo tha
D.M.PEBHT*CO'S
SEED
ANNUAL
For 1883
win be mailed
LFREKfOAhL
ipplicfmta, |nd
to lut Benson's
cnntwraota Mth-
-     out orderinc it.
Invaluable to all.
, V..0T7 person umug
FCarden,Ftelct°rFlotter
' ___• E r\C-l)lHl&iel.r\kt
ittUo a.   AddKii
D. M. FERR Y&OO., Windsor ,Ont.
3STOTIOEL
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT I
intend to n pplv to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for lease of
Ihefollowfngtimber lands:
1. Commencing at n slake planted nt
the Smith-East corner of 1'oliecmtni Tom's
Indian Heserve at the mouth of East
branch of the Squnmish Hlver: thence
running East *10 chains; thonce North 320
chiilii-*; ihenee West HO chains to tlie
St|tiiimish Hlver; thence South-West n-
long tho Ulver to the lino of Peter's Indian Reserve; thence South alon« the
East line ot the Indian Reserve ft) chains;
thenee following the River to the North-
East corner of Policeman Tom's Indian
Reserve: thence South along the East
lino of Policeman Tom's Reserve to the
Sont h-East corner post—the place of commencement.
2. Commencing at a tree squared as a
post about 40 chains from the mouth of a
small creek west of Brunswick Mountain,
G271,onthoEnst Hide of Montague Channel; thonce South 00 chnins; thenee East
JV) chain*; Nortli HO chains; West 80 chains;
South 20 chains, to place of commence-
in en t.
it. Commencing at tho North-Bast oorner post of tbo Indian Reserve on the
West of Wool bridge Island; thenee North
along the shore (10 chnins: tbenee West 100
chains; thence south 120 chains; thenoe
East to the South-West corner of Indian
Reserve; thenco along the line of Indian
Reserve to the place of commencement.
JAMES MclNTOSH.
New West., U. C, March 20,1888.  dinhfflm
The Seven Clerks
Herring's Opera House,
WEDNESDAY, 11 Hi APRIL
JN Atl) OP TUB
BELL TOWER FOND
THE HIGHLY EXCITING AND REALISTIC DRAMA,
THE SEVEN CLERKS
Will be put on the Boards.
CHARACTERS.
Claud Darnand (Tbo Denouncer)—
Mr. KUhcfr
Simon Slater (his servant) Mr. Glover
Adolph de Brlunormt (a young nobleman)
* Mr. Parkes
fJustavus (his friend)... Mr. Wilson
Lirose (n merchant) Mr. Harvey
Pierre    Infflcersof PolleeJ MnKoraihy
Antolnc f umcc™ <« •TOIwe\Mr. Harvey
THK TIIHKK THIKVKS:
MyorhurHansHoogfldt(aDutnhmon)-
Dr De Wolf Smith
Sljrnor Matteo Magloo (nn Itnllanj-
Mr. Hamber
Master John Brown (uu Englishman)
Mr. Falding
Vlctorlne (Darnnnd's Daughter)
Mrs. Moresby
During tho Interlude, Mewir*. Henry anil
Rich mini will sing.
To Conclude wltb a very Laughable Force
entitled)
"POOH PILLIOODY"
CHARACTER!**,
Mr. Pllllcoddy Mr. Glover
Cnpt. O'Souttlc Mr. Frooman
Mrs. Pllllcodily Miss tinnier
Mrs. O'Beutlle Mrs. Moresby
Surah Mlfi Hill
Stage Manager ; Mr. Hqn»on.
Admlul.n, IW ennui Reserve*! Seal*, SI.
Doors 6pennt7:IKi. „.■_,__.,
Heats can be reserved at Lyal s Bookstore. dapUd
W.R. AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
General Merchandise!
.NEW  WKSTMIXSTKII, B. (J.
Hay and Feed
m. .A. Xt KB v.
WOOD & COAL
(THE BEST QUALITY J,
llry -ft-owls, Boots & Shoes,
Provisions & droevries.
FARMERS'    HARDWARE,
ter An we use no whlttkyor tobaeeowc
can, by temperate habits and careful economy, servo the public al especially low
rates, , dwjal2tc
TO LET:
CITORK ON COLUMBIA STREET, In
O  Brink ol B. O. Building.  Apply to
dmbSOle HEJiHY V. EDMONDS.
FORjSALE.
"PAIR OP CHESTNUT  ORL1HNGH;-
JT jgood Buggy HOMes; very fast.   Apply
In the flrst plaee tn
» O. MCDONOUGH,
Front Htreet, New Westmlnsler. U.C.
diip'Stft
A SITTING OF TIIK COUNTS' COURT
of Kootenay will be bold at Donnld,
on Thursday, the 20th day of April, 1H8S.
Hy. Command,
JNO. R0B8ON,
Provincial ScorpUiry.
Provincial SoorolaryM (Mliee.
20Mi March, im. dmliMnil
Hotel toLease!
qiHE NEW THREE-STORY BRIOK
"QUEEN'S" HOTEL,
Corner of Clement & Columbia Sts.
Apply to
W. A.  DUNCAN,
dwfeSlte New Wsstmlnster, B. C.
SALE
In the Supreme Court of British Columbia, in the matter of the Es(a(e of David Wells, deceased.
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
W. II. Falding, Esq., District Registrar nt NewWestmlnster, tin to the 2HTU
DAY OF APRIL NEXT, for the purchase
of Lot No. '!2H lu Vrouii Two, New Westminster District, containing 100 acre's
(more or less). The lands arc well Improved, with valuablo buildings, Including Dwelling House, Barn, Dairy, Ac.
Conditions of Snlo may bo ascertained
from the said Registrar or from the undersigned.
Dated the 20th day of March, A.D. 1888.
CORBOULD A McCOLL,
dwinhSfiml Vendor's Solicitors.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVRN THAT
we have made application lo the
Minister of the Interior for a license to
eut timber on tho following descrihed
lands, viz.: Commencing at a post, on tlie
West hank of the Lillooet. ri renin about
iwo miles soutli of Lillooet lake, marked
"B. S. JI. Co.'s 8. 10. corner"; thenco
West (10 chains to n post marked "8. S. M.
Co.'R H. W. corner"; thence North 40
chains; thonce Enst 20 chains; thence
North 40 chains; thenee East '20 chains:
thenco North 80 chains; thence East 20
chains; thence North 40 chains; thence
East 20 chains; thence North 40 chains to
a post marked "B. S. M. Co.'s N. W. corner"; thence East 20 chains to a post near
the West bank of LUlooet lake marked
•"B. S. M. Co.'s N.E. corner"; theuce South
80 chains; thence West 20 chnins; thence
South 80 chains; thenee West 20 chains;
thenco South 80 chnins to the place of
commencement.
BRUNETTE SAW MILL CO. (Ld.)
Per II. L. DrBkck, Manager.
. New West., March 2ft, 1888.     dmh3lml
GRANT & MACLURE
nave Received a Large Assortment of
Boots,Shoes
AND SLIPPERS.
Come and Sec Tliem
GRANT & MACLURE
COLUMBIA   STREET,
WKST3UXSTRK.
dwilji'TIc
HAVING   RECENTLY  IMPORTED   A
HERD OF HlQH-aitAUE
I AM NOW PREPARED TO DELIVER
ANYWHERE IN THIS CITY, EITHER MORNING Oil EVEN1NU,
RICH JERSEY MILK,
WiiIrh I Quurantec to be as Pure us It
ComcNfrnm tho Cows.
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE,
2-sib March, IkiM.
The following telegram from His Excellency the Governor-General to His Honour tho Llontonnntr-Gnvernor, in reply to
a telegram from His Honour, Muting thnt
ltwas understood that pnrtles lilting nut
for Behring's Sea wore arming for the
purpose of resisting selxurc, is published
forgcncrnl Information.
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
TELEGRAM.
Ottawa, 27th March, 1888.
TO LttiUTKNANT-GOTKllNOR
of British Comimih a,
Victoria.
Your Government should [Issue public
notlcocnutlonlng persons goingon Sealing
expeditions to refrain from assertion of
their rights by force, nnd from taking on
hoard arms and ammunition In excess of
thoir usual requirements, The whole
matter Is engaging tho attention of Her
Majesty's Governmonl nnd forms tho subject of diplomatic negotiations now In
progress, Any intern pernio action tn Iho
meanwhile would ho most dutrlmontnl lo
British Columbian interests nnd might
lend to serious complications nnd be
followed hy grave consequences lo those
concerned.
[8lgn«d]t LAKgpOWNE.
•••All orders left m the Stores of
Mi'Msrs.WtlLKKNlPKN,U.M.CUNNINO-
1IAM A CO. and AL'HTIN will receive
prompt attention.
dmhltttc THOMAS CUNNINGHAM.
MACHINERY
HAVJNti LATELY INCREASBDOUR
connection ln the Enst and elso-
whoro very considerably, wo are In a position (o give prices nn any class of Machinery Unit may ho roi|ulri*d, Including:
Marine and stationary Engines and Boilers, I'lancrs, Matchers and Moulders,
Hujsz Planers, Wood Lathes. Band
Saws, Blind Machinery, Gauge
Latins, Shaping Machines,
Shingle Machines. Lath
Machines A Bolters,
Two, Three nnd Four Block Circular Haw
Mills, Band Haw Mills, Portable Engines aud Boilers  and   Hoisting
Engines.   Also, John Bertram
A Sons'  and Tho London
Tool Co.'s Iron Working
Machinery.
Brick Machines and Crushers of either
the Martin nr Baird make.
Mill Supplies of nil descriptions. Including Circular Haws, Solid or Inserted
Teeth, Lubricating Oils, Rubber nnd
Leather Belling, which wo carry In
stock.
Steam I'nmps of the Blake, Davidson or
Knowles make also on hnnd.
M'Avlty's Patent Boiler Feeders supplied
on short notice, ns well nsl'alnlsnnd
Oils, Axes and Edgo Tools of the celebrated Broad make, 't'lre Rope, Plumbers and steam Fitters Supplies, Ac,
We nre sole agents in this Province for
the JOHN DUTY Engine Co'y. whose
Marine work cannot be excelled, as outfits we have furnished here will testify,
FRASER TTlEONARD,
M.i OJip. HmwAdf rrllnrr.
VANCOUVER, B. 0,
Pianos & Organs!
GREAT BARGAINS IN PIANOS.
Best Selected Slock or Pianos
In British Columbia.
New Pianos from $850 iipwimlc
Olil l'iTrnoa taken in exchange.
H. PETERS,
Cor. Douglas & Dtaoorbry HtB.,
d-JeSie VICTORIA, B. C.
TI3VCE   OABD
UNTIL  lT'OltTHKn NOTICR,
*I2-^IIrT*SO"Wr'
Wll llenve Victoria for Westminster
Kvery  Monday and  Friday*
Connecting with "Gladys" for Up-river.
RETURNING - Leaves  Westminster
every Tuesday rib Saturday, ut 7 a, m.
For all particulars, apply to
TURNER, BEETON A CO.,
Victoria,
or to      W. J. MATHERS,
dwfe22tc Agent at Westminster.
joWsrcoxT
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
II va.di* No More lo Keep Ueod Fowls
Mi tin If |>ncs (» Keep I'oor fowls.
My Breeding IVns am equal to any In
the United states or Canada.
I propose to furnish Eggs from Premium
ami Klrst-clnss Fowls, my design being to
establish a reputation that will last.
Cash must accompany all orders, Address, wltli slump,
JOHN S. COX,
dwmliStc New Westminster.
HTJIZONY
WHO   .UlMVKIl  TOOM   JAPAN  BY
THK LAST STEAMER, WILIi BE IN
THK CITY I'Olt A FEW DAYS.
.HE HAS A NICE ASSORTMENT OF
Scented Georgias.
Double-bud Camelias.
Orange Trees.
Lime Trees.
Tea Plants.
Plant Vases.
Fine Silk Embroidery
Fine Tea Sets.
Also—A Nlco Assortment of
Singing Canaries
FANTAIL  HGE0NS.
jy WILL BE SOLD CHEAP
COLUMBIA   STUBRT.
dapHU
PAOIFIO
Carriage Works!
COLUMBIA STREET,   I
Jfew Most minster, B. C.
REID & CURRIE
PROPRIETORS.
il AMTAdTHKUB A IMI'OUTKIW OF
DEMOCRATS,
DRAY8,   CARTS,
Anil nil envls of Vehicles.
Ploughs, Steel, Iron & Wooden
Harrows,   Aariculiural
Implements, Ac.
Wo IrnviT also a large Btock of
CARRIAGE * WAGON  MATERIAL,
Which wc will sell at the Lowest
Possible  Prices,
CoMi'niHiNd-
Hnnhvonil,   Wheels   (patent   k home*
made), Slmfts,   Poles,   Hubs,  Spokes,
Rims, Nock Yokes, Single Trees, and alt
kinds of Bent (Jowls.
t'ARRUCIE HARDWARE,
Springs, Axles, Circles, King Bolts,
Clips, Stops, and overythlng required for
Curriago Building.
BLACKSMITHING.
Wo would specially call the nttohtlon of
tin* public lo ourBlnokflmithlngDepart*
ment We employ the vory best ot workmen nnd wo Import all our Iron, Hteel,
nnd other miiterlnl: consequently, we can
do better, both In prices nnd quality of
work, than any other Hhop on Che Mainland of lirltlsh Columbln.
ERtlmntcs given on Iron Work, nnd contracts taken for nny bind of work.
rnrtnt-Tft' -ft Loners' Supplies kept on
hand, rciidy-imuTu. Clialns, Hooks, Dog
Hooks, lllocks, HhnokloH, Hteel ami Iron
WedHi'H, Mall Kings, Ox Yoke Htnples.
ClevIccN, Hlnglctree Irons, Iron A Hteel
Harrow Teeth, Harrow Hinges, etc.
All hinds of Repaint executed on shnrt
notice..
Iron. Mitel, ihaln. Coal, and all kinds
of material sold, wholesale or retail.
or Call and Inspect onr Stock and obtain our prices before ordering elsewhere
nnd you will save money hy it.
#r Orders by mall promptly Attended to.
dwfelStc REID ft OURRIE.
CASTORIA
for Infante and Children.
"Outorlsl.nwelladapteiltoclilldlrallul I
I n'coiamaaditasBuperiortoMT/praicripUon I
blown to me."      aA.A«0B»i,B.»., I
W8ftOrt»4St.lBirooBTpi,N.Y.   | WI4Kl*iijniiou. medicatfcm.
The Cehtior Company , 77 Murray Street, N. Y.
Outoris enrerj Collo, CoMtlpstlon,
Boar Btomncll, Dlnrrhase, Eructation.
Ellis Worms, gl.es sleep, and promotes d
A. M. HERRING,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
SEEDS.     SEEDS.
Just Received, a large stock of Fresh Garden, Field and Flower
Seeds.   Will be sold at Eastern Prices; 5c. Package.'
HERRING'S  DRUG   STORE,
Opp. Telegraph Office,
Colnmbla St.. New Westminster.
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on hand, and will be disposed of
at a discount for cash.
This Directory is published
by Messrs. Williams and Mal-
landainc; it contains a large
amount of valuable information
respecting the different cities,
settlements, and districts in the
province, besides a list of the
names and addresses of business
men, farmers, etc. It is a well-
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eration Life
ASSOCIATION.
UiMrantirr t'npltnl $1,000,000
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
A H0ME~C0MPANY,
Thit Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:—
The Security offered to policy nolders Is
11 iiKtirpunned by any Compnny doing Unfit*
ucsH in Canad»i
It has no schemes of Insurance, butthe
well-established lines, hence the policy
holders oannot 1;e misled nslo their contracts.
Ita statements to the public ean bo readily understood, Its cash statement allowing every item of Income and how expended.
Its position Is ascertained annually from
a detailed valuation ln which overy Item
of liability Is included.
Ita progress has been unexampled lu
the history of Insurnnce In Canndn.
Its policies are Indlamttnble after three
years, and non-forfeit-aide after two years'
existence.
Its profits are distributed upon au cipi liable buHln. The profits to one class of
nollcy holders are not lessened to Kivo
larger profits to any other class, whicli
method affords superior advantages over
the uniform bonus plan of distribution.
Liberal Con-Wlon*** as to Rotlrienrt nnd
Travel.
J. K. MacDONALD,
Managing Director.
T. R. PEARSON
Agent, New Westmlnstei
Je7-!hno-alternata.
Canadian Ruffle
RAILWAY.
FRESH WATER TERMINUS
ity of
IMPORTANT
Auction Sale
CITI RESERVES
 AND—
GARDENS.
A PUBLIC AUCTION WILL TAKE
placo at the Colonial Hotel, In
the City of New Westminster, 011
Saturday, April 21st, 1888,
At 8 o'clock in tho evoning, when the
following Lots will be submitted to pub.
lie competition, in accordance with
"Land Sale By-Law, 1884," and amendments thereto, viz. r
GOVERNMENT OFFICE GAttDENS.
Blook A.
Lots 14,15, b SO.
VIOTORIA GARDENS-Blook B.
Lots  4,  S,   8,  10, 11, It!, 13, 18,
ID, 20, 80, 36 b 30.
ST. PATRICK'S SQUARE-Blook D.
Lots   12,   13, 14,   15,   21,   22,   28,
24, 25, 20, 27, 31, 32, 33, 34 ic 35.
ST. GEORGE'S SQUARE-Block H.
Lots 14, 15, 10, 17, 18, 10, 20, .10,
31,36,30,37,38, 40, 41 b 42.
(■The Loteare mostly 60 by 132 feet.'
'l'EKMS-ilW, per cent, on the fall of the
hammer; 88Hper cent, in threo month.;
nnrl the linliince of the purchase money In -
six months from date of sale.
By Ordor,
JAMES A. ROBINSON,
O.M.O.
Oity Clork*s OlHco,
New West., anil April, IM.       dapfM
CTOTXOS.
Uf EHRHH. MAJOR A PEARSON WILL
1VI bo found at thoir new offloe, cor.
MoKensle and Olarkson sts,, the build.
Inn lately occupied by Messrs. Corbould
* Mccoll. dapSto i"
I-
marnrn—m
ms*
MB AND POINT.
mmaiaammmmmsataaaaamaamimmfm
■•*■*■*"» •"■•rttm WlfiiS^NflftAte
S«H«*«99B«
mmmm
ijj —Out ot sight—The lilind man.
!■' *-01d King Coal ie a grate monarch.
) —A poor relation—A badly told story.
*[T —Frenchmen never dance thogerman.
tj —Political tobogganlng-Eunhing do«n-
, Hill.
*'{ —A dentist mnst bo thorough in toolh
'''\iulling, he must get at tire root of the
['.[matter.
:ii   —Man never has tire frame faith in tho
"'sternal litnesa of things iiltcrhis wife has
'made him a shirt.
|V    —A man will sure to Uro bottom slut
it      Unless he floau on printer's Irrlr.
I,| — Tke Hornet.
"j- —The coat-tail flirtation is the latest.
."(A wrinkled coattuil taring ilirsly toe
•ijtnarks means, "I have spoken to yonr
mrfathor."
I,:; —A Duluth patient bofug directed' lo
"Abatho his eyes in sail water replied llirrl
ii™ prolerred an unsnl'tod soo.—Dutal'i
hi Paragraphs:
'j —"I always prefer to bo on the safe
'iside when I speculate," remarked thu
rttruBted treasuror, os ho nlightod from tlio
n'. train at Montreal.
ii/    "Say," said a man in a restaurant,
lrt "if these are canvas-barked ducks, bring
■me eome with.eheot-iron backs.   I'1
Bqlliiiieri'Piei/.
ye
a*™**
_   —A morning paper contains, an nd
>** vcrtisoment tor "a boy to do heavy
''Work."   He is wanted to assist in Imkin.:
^railroad reBtaurant doughnuts, proliubly.
o:   —The man wlio runs all nbout for advice,
When ia a dllciiimn liu's thrown,
Is tolerably sure to gn linclr out of breath,
And eventually follow his own.
—Tid-Bitl.
—We aro informed that Russia will
not take the initiative.   It is certainly
reassuring to know- that' there is solmr-
Mtliing that Russia does not want.—llosloi
'• Transcript.
| —Huns Hint will shoot livo milea liave
been 'invuiitod. We mention this Inrt
inly to ir i plrasize again to spring pools
tho nh inability of sending In-till lln-ir
LOuliiouLions by innil.
Wc don't question, tho statement
tlmt (leorge WaBliington never lolil a lie,
but lie ccitainly was never naked liy a
lond mother what ho thought oi her c'uto
ittle baby
lleiiesi | I am afraid it is not tor mc
that you come here so often, but for my
ion*y.    Ardent Wooer: You nre cruel
j r".)■ so.   How can I get your money
without getting you?
The doctors recommend "light cuing" to ilt'licnte pationts. Tho lidssians
oi all people on tho faco of tire earth.
-iiigliito bo tlio personification of hygiene
—they eat caudles.
—John L. Sullivan had better come
onck lo America and look to his laurels.
Swipes, the Newsboy, simply looked nt
another lighter in the ring and Iris man
hopped dead.—Texas Sifting?.
Silotwar is the name of the new
compound with ten times tiro strength
of gun-powder. The suspicion i-r growing, however, that Silotwar is merely
liinbuiger masquerading under it new
title.
—A man who wanted to be facetious
with tlio milkman as he was measuring
jut. bis tninning portion said; "Did you
irharge oxlrri for tho water'!" "No,"' replied thu ii-ilkman, "the water is t town
,tt."— Texas Siftings.
— Customer: Have you some gonrl
1i"tsi', Mr. I.'utteriiut'* Uvocor; Ies,
oil; iiurri'tlring rather lu.ud '.' ( nirl-
jiner: Nit this Unit*, Mr. Uutternui; tbo
'o tor lias ordered absolute quiet in the
rouse on account of the sick baby.—
lodge.
—"I don't like the way things are run
t, school, remarked Amy. "There's
rinretliing rotten in Denmark. "Ves,"
snouted Mildred; "there is surely some-
.ring in an advanced stage ot decompo-
rtion in the Danish Kingdom."—fills-
'ii-ir/iT/ironicfe.
—Wife (on her husband's return from
Is omce)—"I came across alotofj'our
■ve letters today, dear, in one of the
unks up stairs. Ah, John, how you
id love mel Husband—Yes, indeed,
dinner ready ? I'm aa hungry as a
ramp.—Uarpeft Basar.
—A Prudent Manager.—Eastern foil-
fay Manager: "What's the price ol coal
ow7" Assistant: "Nine dollars a ton."
Umphl Send word to the passenger
rakemen to use coal very cautiously,
"e don't want any more car stove hor-
)rs."-Omoie World.       „    _«   .
—Said Mia Spinster (no longer youth-
ul), when ahe hoard that her friend,
Hss Marriwell, was going to wed: "Well,
et those marry who wish, but for my
art 1 never yet saw a man I could care
hough for to be his wife.'! "This is to
ay, aunt," remarked Kate, very de-
hurely, "yon never yet saw a gentlomnn
Iter your own heart.";
—Bufklni waa very pious, very fond
f the ladies and very bald an the back-
it his bead.. The. other evening he was
ailing one Connecticut Avenue girl and
ran giving her a great deal of church
nlk. "Ah, Miss Charlotte," he aaid,
'we are watched over very carefully,
ven the halm of our head are num-
rred." "Yen, Mr. Butkins," she rallied, with deep enthusiasm, "but some
if tho back numbers of youn appear to
ro missim—HasAfrir/lon CVgic,
Very Learned.
"Good morning, Bridget,"
"Good morning, miss. It'a t very
ilcagiuous morning thia morning, miss."
"What did you say V
"It'a a terrible oleaginous mornings,
iriss."
. "Where did yon   get   'oleaginous,'
Irldgot?"
";-ure, an' Michael told it to me lost
light. Ho's * great reader, is Michael,
nd he aaya lie got it out of the 'Siinclio
■edro."' -
The encyclopaedia has at last got a pro-
louuceable name.
familiar with Unman Nature.
("I suppose," said Dumloy, niter ho
lad registered, to tho hotel clork, "that
(Iron n guest has no baggago his personal
lip iirniico has moro or less to do wllh
n ikiug him pay in advance."
"Oh, yea," replied the clerk, "In this
iiisiiiess wo soon learn to size a man up.
Vill you havo your trunk sent to your
oom, Mr,—er—Diimley?"
".No, I haven't nny baggage, I only
nper t to*bo in town a day or so."
"Four dollars,'please."        i
•   i   '   i,
Wliy He Should Join,
Husband—"My dear. I'm thinking
rtrongly of joining the I'aks."
\Viio-"Wliydoii'tyou7"
"Would you object/"
"No, Indeed; I really wish fyou
would." • ._.. j
" W hy uro yon eo amicus 7" « *
"llecnuso ll you woro nn elk, when wo
(oto the theatre you wouldn't havo to
0 out between tho acts to get a horn.
Bow a Chicago lady Came to Place a
TVrentli on nStranscr'e Grave.
Speaking of funerals, says the Chicago
Jo'iiiinl stroller, reminds me of a decidedly funny thing that happened the
othdit'dny to erfricn I ol mine, and. with'
all line reverence, It is n fact tbat funny
tliiius wiliarrnie'.k'U's happen upon those
occasions. My fri ml, whoso husband
was ono of tho pal Ir 'mors, was obliged
to occupy tiro car inn • nlono. The services were quito le.igtlry 111 church, and,
as it wns e bittorly roid tiny, Iho driver
doomed it advisable to warm up a liltle
at a convenient place opposite the church.
After tire tkrviaes wero ovor all the carriages hail depart "l, when my friend,
who had been vainly trying leRn I r er
driver, uiscovererl lilin, and, hurriedly
entering her carria e, told him te whip
up nnrl ovortnko lim procession. Evidently the'war litrj-np process bad been
tho means m irnr riling the driver's bruin
a lilt!-'. They iivoi'luoK tlio luiurrnl and
wm" driven lo thu depot to take the cars
forihoir.-uiteiv—the Milwaukee & St.
iSnil; Af.or I'tiiitihing the comotery my
in -'. 1 vs..- nnrpi'lsed to observe that for
a-a...II wn'ii:ui thefiisket was unnoces-
errr.ly ltrgrr, rrrrd Hint after leaving the
chinch tli * p.ill-Inmrers woro changed, aa
h -r ltrislrrtn I was not among them.
Neither \v.:S liirrro .1 face s're knew. Tbo
services at th.r gravo being over, thoy
wore at out to return to tho cars, when
upoii V'.e other Bi'le oftho depot platform
the.Chicago .^ North western train citmo
in, and sho was liorr.liod to see ber bus.
bnril urting in Hie capacity of pall-
boaror, tenderly lil'ling a casket from the
.can. It took'hor several minutes to
niul.'o him lomproliend what was the
rnarter, unrt to get hitii to go with her to
thii grave she hifl rrsl lelt to get a wreath
sue oeiirirriirly pi ied there, Bent by a
soiielv of which slio. and deceased wero
ii.t'inhei'-Viind place it where it properly
ireiorir'ed'.' ' r ■* '
Croett U Dl.rront OouutrlM.
In Asia Minor r. credit o.f but two or
threo weeks is in most cases all that ie
lliirwcrl.
1 ii Italy but little credit business ii
done, anil node without .ood eectulty
being given.
.In i.'.iiee a four months' acceptance is
rn nii'c I '.ii-bee.iitiuBettleiut'r.t sl Uie
invoice.! ■
In Ciibitlio time fixed for payment
is g nerally from four to five mouths
ill'Uil- delivery of the goods.
. Jntlio i.'-a-iiiudiis accounts aro e-IUed
1 lit ori'-o rr yenr. Tho :10th rr' ,1 uijo is the
day usunlly' fixe'I nr the \Tn\ erouta.
. _ I ll, A us"'.l:i l il iairi'itrcely [to-ti Irtodo
lirrsin.ss withoutiirl"[Swlng a vt ry Ion;
ere..it, which is n.'rii'ly always ouo' of ai.
ui'j.rtill.
I ri I a "rlnii'l a payment of tlio pr'c.i of
grorls tto.ivji'ed is require.! ut llieou I of
tlriai) iiifiitlis, dating from tho day of
shipment,
In TriT'lcey ovon objects of prime necessity aro: sold on credit, end in this
country, us well a'i in l.ussiu, the timo
allow rr 1 is in most eases twelve months.
ln fcpuin folir-iinlis ofthe transactions
are done on n r'nsli I'asis, while in IJortu-
gnl gr ai Ir erulity is shown, and^iUe ■
long avtiit ,s usitriily nliowed.
In t lirna it Is not customary to give
credit. -Mrrrroy is obtained from lenders,
who orr.U't rnr inter' st of from 8 to 1. per
cent, liusineis is n arly always conducted upon a cash Imsrs. * -
In Monica 1 lie I ['go commercial bouses
willingly givo cro.lii of from six to eight
months,' arid in I tr retail trade long r
terms nre given eustomen la which to
Boltlo thoir Recounts.
In Curia lit so tlcriionts aro mado at t)ho
oii.l of thirty days, with a discount of i
per cent "jometiruen a credit of from
throe to six nioniin is allowed, but ill
this case tlioro is uo discount.
The loiisul-g'ii'ml of the United
Btates at Rio'states that one ofthe greatest drawbacks to'c-immercial Intercourse
wilh lirazil lies in the necessity of allowing too long • credit. At iiio, u tt
lirienoa Ajrie**, ininiintM credit UlU
monlhs.   j
In CoatoBeat credl* ef beta elx to
twelve months ii given in case of merchandize imported fro i I'uropo, In order
that the goods miry bo easily and quickly
disposed' of.' But since this system of
crodit haa often led te loesee It II now
being given up. .-^...
■■ — ii
BrtTefe.
An insistence upon tawtag everything,
important or otherwise, done in precisely
bucIi nnd such • manner, regardless of
convenience and even ef possibility, il
always irritating te busy people j but it
must have been peculiarly so in time ef
war. AMiissaohusBttsoffleorieUtijatwe
amusing instances:
A quartermaster wai notified Vf ft*
proper accounting ollleett at Washington, Hint bis account, filed for approval,
hail been found inenn'ect. He had issued
to the eommissione 1 officers of his command, threo lead pencils tn exoesa of tho
■number to which they Wero entitled,
liiscredit Was disallowed to that extent,
und his pay wot rltsipcd till the discrepancy should be satisfactorily explained.
At another time a captain, almost em>
stoutly on the more, had failed to ae-
cnurrt for I hatchet which bail been team'.i to him, and wire nutitie I thai Unless
he ina.le propoj MtlBH bis pay Would
bo slopped. **
Now, what had bacon** If the hatchet
the captain didn't know, find, of course,
couldn't tell. Ko h r wrote back, asking
the price ol the anicle, and announcing
his willingness to remit (be refulred
amount.    ! J _L_, . i .
To this h» oecolted Oil Mply Ihtt "tho
department had no hatchets to lelL"
Whereupon he bought one et tho beajk.
est hardware storo, and forwarded tt to
tho quartermaster general, with ■ letter
expressing his regret that the government wiib so short, and concluding wilh
tlu hope that allrrrrs would goon siuoo lily, now tbat the missing hatched waa replaced.' 	
When Time Loiters.
Jliss rrliiio-:".l'iiilosoplion disagreo its
to which periorl ol life Bee ins the longest
lo mankind. What is yonr opinion, doctor V"
l.octor (ninilUatlvely)—"Well, it varies. In wornon, lor instance, lire long,
est is between twonly-iiine nml llriily. I
kii- w in my wile's inse ten years ela|,seil
bi'twcon her twenty-ninth and thirlioth
birthday."
He Wns a Coupler,
I'liiliulelphiii (.'all i First Slrangor—I
like lo tar r ilinvn hero on Sunday alter a
lliil'il r-iitui'.lav's work.
,'ceoiul ii.inger-1 prefor to run down
hen ou Monday, "n -iiniliiy I have so
iiiiiili coup nig to do.
I nsi Mian e.r (stillly)—Ah I yon sre
a Irak "iiiiin tn.'iiV
turiiil .-.Hunger (mildly)—No, I'm a
clergyman.
I     Citiiirnrtliis.
Telegram of Poet to Kdltor—"."end mo
check for my poem, 'Tho Mystery ot the
ilum ' ur I shall Slllrva,|ri ili'iitb.'1
Teiegriini of I'.drtor lo l'oel—"If you
starve to death you won't heed any
check." ,
Scrofula
Is one of the moat fatal scourges which
afflict mankind. It is often Inherited,
but may bo tlie result of Improper vaccination, mercurial poison, uncleanliness.
und various other uuieea. Chronic Sores,
Ulcers, Abscesses, Cancerous Humors,
and, in some cases, Emaciation and Con*
sumption, result from a scrofulous condition of tho blood. This disease can be
cured by tho use of Ayer's SarsapariUa.
I inherit i:d ii ■ii-rofidous condition of the
bluml, wlduli *:iui»e<i uriuriingementof my
whole ny.sk'iu. After tukiug less than
four boith:.-) of Ayer's SarsapariUa I am
Entirely Cured
and, for tbo jmst year, Imvo not found it
iiec-uRsary to line uny medicino whatever,
I am now in better health, und stronger,
tli;ui oyer beforo.-0. A. Willard, 216
Tieinonfc st.| Doaton, Mass.
I waa tronblod with Scrofulous Sores
for live yearoj but, nftor using a few
hottles of Ayer's Saraaparilla, the sores
liuttliid, und I Imvo now good health.~*
Elizabeth Wnrnoek, C4 Appleton streeti
Lovell, Muas,
Sfmn months n-^o I wos troubled with
3'Tufuloti'i Sorus on my lojg. Tho Hmt
wasbidly swollen and inflamed, and tlit
•i'lrrs dirti'liuryod largo quantities of offensive matter. Kvery remedy failed until
I used Ayer's SarsapariUa. By taking
Ihriiu holt Uk of this medicine the soret
have lieeii buitled, and my health is re
stored. I am grateful for the good It hat
dono me,—Mrs. Ann O'Brian, 158 SulU
run st., Now York. ft
Ayer's SarsapariUa,
Propsi -cil.tty Dr. .T. 0. Ayer ft Co., Lowell.Mifi
Sold by oil Druggists.   I'rbe %\\ iix hull lei, t&
TO LET.
A   DWELUNO HOUSE, WITH FOUR
A   Roomn and Kitchen, In the Town of
Port Moody; close to Hnliool-lioust.; goni!
water.  Rent, |5 per montli.
Apply to
A. W. LITNLinOM,
dmb^ll2 Coloniut Hotel.
TENDEIW FOR THE ERECTION OF
a Freight Sited on the wharf ou Hlock
Two will bo received up to noon on Monday the 16th inst., at the oflice of tho undersigned, where the plans and specifications can bo soon. The lowest or any
tender not necessarily accepted.
,--_-.' HENRY V. EDMONDS.
Cream & Fancy Cakes
—GO TU—
A. DIE BEL'S
FROi*t BTRKP.T, Opp. C. P. N. Wuakk
dse22te
W. G. LOYE,
Fashionable Soot ud Sho
Itepnlrlnff Neatly Done.   Cork Sole
Work m Specialty.
•WOrdera promptly attended to.
CUrkaon Sr., In renrof Colonial Hotel, next to Rand Urns.' office,   iliicltc
land for Sale,
BEING CORNER LOT lit, BLOCK 4 N,
Ranged W., T.ttlu Island—containing
160 acres of Prime FARMING LAND, situate on n good rond, and about 1*^ miles
from the North arm of Fraser River, R. C.
anco on time with Intercut at to per cent.
Apply to
dwmb2-lm2
J. Hi TODD A SON,
Victoria, B. C.
CORSETS
itUUt. TO OKOKR.
LADIES WISHING OORSETS MADE
to-order. In any atyle or material,
cun leave their measure at tbe RON
MARCHE Dress-making Establishment,
for the celebrated
M'CABE SANATIVE CORSET
Which, for comfort, durability and beauty
of shape, takes the lead everywhere.
E. C. MOOERS,
General Agontfor B. C. A Manitoba,
dmhliitc
THQ5- OVENS,
MANUFACTURER OF
Busies, Carriages,
and Machinist
All Kinds of Machinery, l'atout Locks,
Safes, Sewing Machines, Ac, kc,
'Repaired.
BLACKSMITHING
In ail Its brauclius.  Farmers', Likrcm',
Mill nnd Oontmrt Work; AgrtciUltirnl
Iinpl'-nieutn, nnd everything Iti the
blacksmith line made to order.
Having secured (li-st-elaHS workmen, we
feel confldent of giving satisfaction,
ttr Homo-shoeing a specialty.
dw-Jly31tcl   Columbia St., New Wkst.
C. E. WOODS,
Land 8umvM.
A. 0. GAMBLE,
Notary Puotto
Woodi, Tonerfi BamUo
LAND SURVEYORS,
r, •unrance, Financial Agents
AND CONVEYANCEES.
ji.a-HUsi'Ts iron
HBK.-TliiT Western of TniollUr, Tin. .Kt.
lm, The Clly nf lainilon, mid Tiro Hrtn-
fonl.
MFC—ThoMowYork Ufa Irrstiririri-a(rn.
ACCIlWrtWr-TlleTrnvolers' of Hm-ifonl.
l4tnd nur.e tjIhk ill lilllls bt-lllloh'lta rir-ari-
mloly rrrril pionnilly onrrlcrl ont.
I'M, nd SMlturlmn I nml. rnr Hull-. \Va
onu .now » oompletn IM of ilirslrirlilr' in-
•Mlltln.
Fmi-mIhs Lands. Imiirovorl nnrl niilni-
|il-ovi'rl, tlll-ollKlllTTl. llrr- dlslrlrrl.
m.lnsaad ollirr murk bunsht Asolil.
n.ury U Lmii 'nr lirst riniiliriirri' nt low
rfttfif.
TKl.Rl-linl.Kr C'M, Nn
P. 0. DMWKK W.
:U.
W00B8,IUIINKK.H;UIIII.I-,
Ofrioi. ElUN'i Block.   -   Columbia Strut
KBW WKSTMINKTKH.
dnHUI.
Opposition Laundry
A T TOM CnUE»M LAUNDHY, MRR-
A. olinnt Hqimro, washliin nud Ironing
Is done by competent workmen only. No
snioklnK ln tho Ijiinndry, nnd clothes nro
delivered sweet und cleun. Work always
first-chins.  Hondatrial order.    dinh5ml
AniiNTSi T. H. HIBBt-H & CO., Vlutorft
dwooSyl
TI3VCE TABLE
Str. "Gladys,"
UN-TIL FURTHER NOTICE, WILL
liTiiviTforfrlillltwIriri-kurril wrivplrrctrfl
on TUKSDAYH rrrnl THUH8DAYS, nt 7
n. m., refm-nin? on folluwliiii tlnys. Kor
nil fnrtlror iiiformnilnii npply on Irorrr-il,
orto W.J. MATHEHR,
ilMOlo '    Oil tho Wlinrf.
To Builders!
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
the niiderfilttned until noon on Tih-h*>
dny (lie inth April, for the erection of a
TWO-STORY RESIDENCE
For J. T. Errlngton, Esq., North Arm.
Plans nnd speeltlcntlons nt my office,
Mnry Stroet.
The lowest or nny tender not necessnrlly
accepted.
.  U. W. GRANT.
dnp2td Architect.
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870
Ro Lot 23, Block Hli, part of District
Lots Nos. 181 Mid l!lo, in the City of
Vancouver,
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OP
Title of David Wilson to the above-
mentioned land bus boon lost or destroyed, and applioHtloii hns boen made for a
duplicate thereof;
Notice Is therefore hereby given that a
new Certificate of Title will bo issued In
Hon of that so lost or destroyed unless
cause be shown to tho contrary within
one month from date.
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Ofllce,
New West., 11. C, March 8th, 1883.
dmhSral
PORT HAMMOND
NURSERY
Frnlt Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits,
And GARDEN STOCK on hand in grnnt
variety.
Everything llrst-class and furnished In
good shRpu.
ua.Sond 15 cts. for valuable B0*pnpe Descriptive Catalogue with 0 beautiful eol-
orod platen.  Prloo Lists sent free.
G. W. HENRY,
dw-delfitc I'ort Hnmmond, B. C.
BECKETT & 1
Brick Manufacturers,
BUILDERS AND
.Mi
BIUCK-YARD3; Port Haney.
OFFICES;  (unicr Columbia nnd Mnry
Sis., Kew Westmlnsler,     dwmhlOtc
W. E. FALES,
PRACTiCALJINDERTAKER.
Embalming a Specialty*
Dealer In Wooden aod Dfctalie Bnr*
UlCaKkett. Funerals-Conducted.
A full lino of Coffin Trimmings always on
hnnd. Parties ut a distance supplied at
shortest notice. SHtlHfaction guaranteed In ovory particular.
dwocitc        ColumbiaSt. New west'r.
"MANITOBA
Flour & Feed
STOSE,
EWEN'SGANNEKY BUILDINB
Cor. Columbia & Begbie Sts.,
WKSTMINSTKU.
j. hTnd,
IMI'OltTICIt ANimKAIiElt IN
Flour, Feed
AND DA1KV PRODUjDK.
CALL A F.X.VMINF OOODS A IMUCKS.
dinhMoil
I'lWVINCIAI.K'-i'ltl-'TAKY'HOKPIOK,
tli\A Mun-li. I**-**.
HIM HONOUR TIIF, MKUTKNANT-
Governor bin* l«*i'n plenNod to uinko
tho fdllowliic Rules o( Count
1. There shnll hi' u vncntloii lit the Hn-
prpmfl Courl from Tlmr-thiy tho Mill day
of ainrtdi, 1W«, tosmnhliiythanbtlayof
April, im, b"tb ibiysi llicluslvc, dui*lnt(
which viiciitinii no iitfiiillmr slinlI un Oo*
livemlorHin-.'lri.'il.
H. Nothing In Ibcso rnli* hIiiiM I'Hei-fcro
with the dollvi'O of pleadings oi trial of
caiiHi's miiblodr pro|ioW« lo untt-IBll nine-
wh"ic [him at Victoria, New Wenlnilii«ti*i*
or Nanalmo.
:l, NothliH' In tbo-sn rule** shall Interfere with the (rials in vnrntluiiwhenmii'li
trlnhi havebf-en ordered licforo the com-
mciH-eiui'iil uf siiell vnnitlon, nor with
any trial thu hentlng Whereof luu been
hi'gim hefore tin commeucomcnl of hhc.1i
vm-itMoii, nnr will; iho delivery of nny
iudf-iuent wliei''' such iinilbr liiis been
lU'jjtlf-d befota th" cojuincneementof tl.e
vni'iitioii.nor ivlth iho InSntlou of costs
nml tliosltfnlnsof JitnghicnlB.
•I. Nntblmtlu tlicsMiibN shall lutcrfi'in
wllh itpidlcnthui1* for Judgment ntvler
RnlonWlh' BuiiramfenMirl RuiM,18H0
*>. VniMiis: In tin-s.' Rules shall Inicr
fore wltli ih-ilf-'lii of iiiipe.il loibc IHvl-
fd'iiijil Courl from nny Intcrloctilory order
nr iho refusal cil ony li'lerloeulory ordn.
ii, Th'wmb's mnv hi< idled ns tbe"Kiis-
Ift'VmTrtmil Bilk 1888."
ByCommaml.
JNO.  KOIWON,
dmhautd I'lovtiiclnl Scciflaiy.
DRESSMAKING
At MISS JUXXIXUS',
(LATK OF   E.NC1I.ASII)
Corner of Church and Columbia street*,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
BWHatlsfactlon guaranteed.     dwfe7tc
Administrator's Notice.
In the Estate of Ciiap.i.ks I'etcii, Deceased Intestate,
VTOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
_\ all accounts due to the Estate of the
lute Charles 1'olvh must bo puld to the
undf.TslKiu'd forthwith, and all claims
(fKnllist the said Estate must be forwarded, duly proven, lo the undersigned oo or
before tho Uth day of April next.
VV. II. FALDINO,
dnihlHd Administrator.
Administrator) Notice.
In the Estato of   Asitiitw  ltiNo, Deceased.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll all iiccnunls due to the Estate of tbe
late Andres Ring must be paid to the un-
derslfued forthwltli, and mil claims a-
galnst the said Estate must be forwarded,
duly proven, to the underslfrned on or before the Oth day of April next.
W. H. FALDING,
dmhiltd AdmlniHtrator.
N'
a-TOTIC-EL
OTICE IS HEREflY GIVEN THAT
„ thirty days after dnte I intend to
mnke application lo tho Chief Commissioner of Lauds and Works for a License
to cut and remove timber from the following described lands, viz.: The t orthwest
quarter of Section 19, Township 17, also
the South Hot Section Thirty, Township
17, and the Iff. E. % of Bald Sec. 80, nil ln
iho District of New Westminster.
JAMES PATTEBSON.
Chllllwhaok, Mar. ID, 1888.       dmhlOml
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870.
Lot No. . Block XII, and Lot No. 2,
Block XXIII, in the City of New Westminster.
A CERTIFICATE OF INDEFEASIBLE
J\ Title to the above-mentioned Lota
will be Issued to Alexander Ewen on the
25th day of May, 1888, unless In the meantime a valid objection thereto be made to
tbe undersigned In writing by some person claiming an estate or Interest in said
Lots or somo part thereof.
R.W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land RegMry Offlco,
Now Westminster, 21st Feb., 1888.
dfeDlmS
^TOTIOEL
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
I have made application to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands aud Works for n
liecnse to cut, fell and carry nway timber
from the following described unoccupied
and unreserved Crown lands in the District of Now Westminstor, that Is to say:
Commencing at a stake planted on the
right bank of a stream which empties into Howe Sound (west shore) about half a
mile northerly af tho Indian Reserve,
which lies wost of Woolrldgo Island, said
stake being planted about IH miles from
the mouth of said stream;
Thenco ob follows: West -iOchnlni, north
20 chains, west 40 chains, north MUchnlns,
east 40 chains, south HO chains, east 20
chains, south 60 chains, east 20 chains,
south 20 chains, to point of commencement; containing 1000 acres, more or less.
Now Westminster, B. C, Maroh 12,1888.
ARTHUR MILTON,
By his Agent,   CHARLES E. WOODS,
dmbiami
Dominion lands.
TF YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
I pro-emptlon or for rent of Mining or
Grazing Lnnd, or buying Farm, Mining
or any bind from the Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY GASH
But pay In 0
large discount,
Scrip can be obtained in largo or small
quantities from
ALLBWAY k CHAMPION,
BAWIOIIBS,
WINNIPEG,   JUNITOBA,
OR   FROM
TIIK BANK 0V BRITISH COLUMBIA,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
itwmliSto
To Su Fruoiuo, Cal,
BY WAY OF THE
AND CONNECTIONS.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
Quicker in Time than any other
Rente between
farfflttntf ui!u hum
6r«ndScenic Rome ofthe Pacific
Colli.
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
EXCURSION SLEEPERS
For  Second - Clnss   Passengers on   nil
Through Trains, free er charge.
Fare from Portland lo Sacramento nnd
San Francisco! Unlimited, MM First
Class (Limited), $90| Second Crass (Limited), tit.
11. KOEHLKR, Manager.
E. P. BOHKHH,
rljc2rltc     clan. Freight A Pass. Agent.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE CGMW.
I Oi.u UnoAti Bt. and 18 Pali. Mam.,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
1-tuihllngfl, Goods, Wares, Merchan*>
dine, Miitinfiuitiiritig and Farming Stock,
Sliijis In Potl, Hnrlior or Dock, and the
CirgoeH of ench Veseela; also, Shins build*
iii!* and repairing, Barged and other Ves*
acis on nuvigahlc riven and canals, and
Goods on hoard such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
rKOM 1-0S8 Oft DAMAtiKBY F1RK.
Snbscrltiod and Invested Capital,
£1,000,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every inform*
Mon ean he obtained on application to
W. j. AKMSTRONN.
Ag#rt[orNt»Wnti»i»t.r
look: heeei
In order to make room for a large consignment of Boots and Shoes
for the Spring trade, I will for sixty days sell all
descriptions of
Boots and Shoes at Cost for Cash.
tr CAU. EARLY AND SECURE BARGAINS.
JAMES ROUSSEAU,
dvrfe2to No. 81, CoLUMMi
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
LAM & MISTIEST AUENCT. M.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY  S.  MASON,
CUYLER A.  HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, • 56 New Broad Sl. ■ LONDON, ENGLAND.
The Business of ALLSOP k MASON has beon merged tn the above Gomfianf
and will be carried oo by the Company from this dato as a general Land Investment
and Insnrance Agenjy. .
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rates. Town Lota and Farming
Lands for Sale on easy terms.
Victoria, a 0., May 16th, 1697. dwjt7te
Steele Bros&CO's.
SEEDS
STEELE BROS 8 Gil
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STREET • VICTORIA.
—CtmimrTt3 jtoe
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Co. for Mainland.
H. C. BEETON t\ CO.,
38 Pinsbury Circus,
London, E. C.
1
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed f Sale Stables
THE SUUSORIBElts ARE NOW PREPARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SIN8LE RIBS
At Special Low Rates,
Snyiig ui All Kinds of Tuning
Done at Slwrlest Notice.
Dryt'onlwo-Ml delivered to nny part of
the City.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention,
WStnbles nearly opposite C. P. R. Depot, Columbia SU, New Wost-mlnster.
djallte      QILLEY BROS. Props.
asroar'i'CB.
WE THE UNIiEKHIUNEP HEREBY
give notice tlmt thirty diivn nfier
date we intend to apply to tlu* Chief Commissioner of L'inrtH and Worlts for permission to leiisn for timber purpose* the
following ileserihod lands:
PlotNo. 1—Twenty ncres, more or ten.
sltuaiod tihout twenty miles from lliin-l-
son SprhiKson iho Wear shore of Harris* >n
Luke, hounded by the lake and mountain ■
Plot No. 2.—Ten acres, more or less, situated almui twenty-two miles from Harrison Springs on tin* West side of Harrison
Ijike. hounded by shore nnd mountain.
Plot No. 3.—Threo hundred acres, more
or less, situated nbout twemy-flve miles
from Harrison Springs on West shore,
opposite Nortli end of big Island,ci»lleit
"Halt-way Point," hounded by mountain
aud shore.
Plot No. 4.—One hundred acres, more or
less, situated on West shore of Harrison
Lnke, about half way between silver
Creek and big slide, bounded by mountain ami shore.
Plot No. 6.—Fifteen aeres, more or less,
situated on West shore of Harrison Lake,
Opposite big slide, hounded by shore nml
mountain.
Plot No, ll.—Ten acres, moro or less, situated on West shore of Harrison Luke,
one mile nhove big slide, bounded hy
nio*intnin and shore.
Plot No. 7,-Ten acres, moro or loss, situated on West shore of Harrison Lake, six
miles from Douglas, hounded hy mountain and shore.
Plot No, 8.—Fifty acres, more or less,
West of Port Douglas Indian reserve,
hounded hy Lillooet. River and mountain.
Plot No, I).-Two hundred acres, more or
less, situated on West side of Lillooet
River and North side of Rluckot Creek,
bounded hy SlnckotCreek, LllloootRiver
and mountain.
Plot No. 10.—One hundred acre*, more
or le-s, situated on East side of Lillooet
Rivor, ubout foui miles from tlio river's
mouth.
Plot. No. 11.—Fifty neros, moro or less,
sllnated about one mile of roar of Douglas
on the wagon rond.
JOS. MARTIN * SON.
Harrison River, B. C,
April and. 1888. dapTunl
COME AND SEE1
W
W. H. HOLDEN,
AVINO   TAKEN   POSSESSION  OF
 £ the "Temperance House," front!nr
onColumbia and Church Streets, opposite
the Episoopal Church, and now known
as the
FARMERS' HOME!
Will Accommodate Iho traveling public
nt the following rates:
Board per da;. ..............................fl 00
*'     **  week ..,„,.  6 00
SlntliT Meals.  .....„....„.„.__   IS
Beds „„     ss
M-Oood accommodation for Ladle, and
famine nsrtu
Flowers for sala
H Lick fog Sing Bag,
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
Chinese LatoContracted.
Clearing Land and Cutting
Cordwood.
FOOK WOA CO.,
COLUMBIA STREET,
Near Cleveland Hotel,
New Weitmluster.     dfelia-S
ESTABLISHED 1819.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Nearly opposite Ike Colealal Betel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
assortment of all description, of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and .applied to families, Restaurant., and Steamboat! at tb.
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
CHINA  & JAPAN
W
E 1IAVR JU8T REOBIVBD n Urt«
consignment of alt kinds of
CELEBRATED TEA,
Kinbroldered Silk (ioods,
Shawls, Screens, Bed Qellts,
Dressing downs, Bit., Ble.
—ALSO—
Porcelain, Batsnma, Ololiane,
Bronte, Ivorr, Sandalwood and
Carlos of Every Description.
IMPORTED IY WHY ITEMHI MMOT FMM
Hoping that you will honor u. with your
visit, we rcmiiln very respectfullyyotnt,
Kwong on Wo & Co.,
FUONT STREET, NtD WllTWSITU. 1.1.
Fa.tOAteBaxHa.7. HUH THE DAILY COLUMBIAN
, roSMSJBID
Every tneraeoa eiecpl Similar.
j BTTHl
6II1IIM GtUIM.IA* PWmmaCOMMIHILlMITtO.)
At llie Company's Steam Priming Kn-
tabllshment, Columbia Hu
BY   MAIL: „„
tot O montiu SS __
for « months 4 25
tor 8 montha 2 *»
DELIVERED IN TKE CITY:
 $10 OO
    S 2S
       SO
MSSSt:::
frwaisaS.........
I*erwa«»,
ratarf M ba ■iafi'lnadvance.
Paymant tn all ease, (except (or week ly
itejftoha "	
ams-mimo mtis rn mi mily.
~lnt„_
lloa,»» a par line .olid nonpareil- eaoh
TB»alt«U**ver«UenBmU.-FlnitlnBer-
llon Wakpar Una .olio nonpareil' eaoh
•ubaeqoent oanaeeuUvalnHrtfan.aovs. per
Una. Advertlaamenta not Inserted every
Jay, S eta. per Mne eaoh Inaertlon.
MaMlas Idvertlseaaeratfc - Kircular
Rnalaee. or riuleoslonal A4v«rti>»mriiU
will btneelvetl at followlni ratesr 1 Inch,
B permanth: li lm.»;« eol. 15.80; « ool.
IMS; 1 eol. IIS, It Inaerwd for less than 8
•aoa. IS per cent, will be added.
■teattl Haileea amoni reading matter,
30 eta. per line eaeh Insertion. Specials
Trailing attention to advertisements, lOcts.
per line.
Births, Marriages and Irentlis.Sl lor each
Insertion'. Fnneral Notices In connection
with deaths, 50cts. ench lusortlon.
Inrlliih Sales, when displayed, charged
■Si net cent, less than transient advts. It
Mil id, charged at regular transient rates.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
Issaed every Wednesday Morning.
Iiollvered In the City, per year. ttlOO
Mailed, per year 2.00
Mailed, 8 mouths 1.25
mulv abviitisiso iath.
Traoslenl AdvemaonsenU.-Flrst insertion, lOcu. per line solid nonpareil; subsequent Insertions, 6 cts. per lino.
islanding AdvertUcments.-For 1 Inch,
tl.BOper month: 21ns. 12 per in.; 81ns. t^M
per ra.; 1 col. 112.76 per m. It Insorted tor
.ess than a mos. 10 per cent, wilt be added
to these rates.
Special notices among reading matter,
20 cts. por line euch Insertion.
Cuts mtistbeall metal,and for lnrgecuts
an extra rate will be charged. No advt.
lnaerted In either issue for less than $1.
MTPersons sending in advertisements
.hould be oureful to state whether they
are to appear In tbo Dally Edition, or the
weekly, or both.
D. ROBSON, Manager.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Bricklaying, ic /. lkyliss
Invertavisfi Nursery.. .(!. A. McTovisli
Notice H, L. DeBeck
To Whom it may Concern. ..W. N. Bole
gailj) $ ritish (Eolttmbian
Friday Evening. April «. 1888.
More Bon Ton Polish and Rubber
Cement at Grant & Mnoluro's. dap6t2
All Wool French Caahmeres—double
width—60 eta. por yard, at Jas. Ellard
& Co's. dmhOlto
New Millinery just received ut Jas.
Ellard & Co'b; first shipment of New
Spring Millinery. dmli'.'lto
The str. Eainbow arrived from Vio-
toria'at 3:30 o'clock with 10 tons of
freight and 15 passengers:
The Royal Oity Planing Mills nhip-
{ied 80,000 feet of lumber and a car-
bid of shingles east to day.
The steamer Adelaide left for Chilliwhack thia morning with ten tons of
freight and a dozen passengers.
The county court sitting terminated
this morning. The cases were, for
tlie most part, of a trilling nature.
The steamer Yosemite left for Victoria this morning with fifty tons of
freight and a lsrge number of passen-
sengers. , ■■',■ »•• ••■   I
A meeting of the oricltet club will be
held to-night in Mr. J. S. Clute's office, to' organise for the season, arrange for practices, etc.
"Tost opened at Jas. Ellard & Co's.
a full line of the famous Yatise, Agnva
and Ooraline Corsets in all sizes; aiso
a complete line of Nursing Corsets.   *
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer states
that Capt. White has been arrested in
New York and detectives are now on
their way west with him as a prisoner.
The Pacific express brought a large
number of immigrants to this city today. They are principally farm laborers, for which there is a great demand
throughout the district.
The stesmer Clara Port was inspected by Mr. Russell yesterday aftornoon
and found to be all that the law requires. The steamer is thoroughly fitted up, and is a very neat littlo craft.
. A slight cold often proves the forerun,
ner of a complaint which may prove fatal. Avoid this result hy taking Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral, the best remedy for
colds, coughs, and all throat and lung
diseases.
A canary found its way into the
premises of Mr. T. R. Pearson, Royal
avenue, a few days ago, and has been
caged. The rightful owner may havo
it on proving property nnd paying four
bit! for this notice.
The snag-boat Samson came down
from Sumas yesterday morning to repair the hoist, whioh was broken in
extracting an unusually large anag.
Hating completed the repairs sho left
again for up-river this morning.
Energy will do almost anything, but
' it cannot exist if the blood iB impure and
moves sluggishly in the veins. There is
nothing so good for cleansing tho blood
and Imparting energy to the system as
Ayer's SarsapariUa. Price Sl. Six bottles, |5.   Sold by druggists,
Mr, Max. Mowat left to-day on the
steamer Clara Port for Pitt Luke, taking 1,000,900 salmon fry to deposit
; there. On Monday the last of the
Rttle salmon in the hatchery will bo
taken to Harrison Lake and turned
loose,
A man named Thos. Brown got intoxicated last night and made his bed
al frttco. He seemed to enjoy his bed
very much, but Constable Carty, fearing he aignt catch cold, took him to
the civic hotel. Mayor Dickinson,this
afternoon, charged Brown f 2.50 for his
entertainment.
The night before Mr. R. T. Mizony
moved hia stock of Japanese goods
from Vancouver to this oity, a weasel
fot into one of the cages, containing
00 canaries, and killed them all. A
weasel is not a very large animal, and
one would think tbe blood of 100 birds
would make a rather hearty meal nf it.
Mitchell k Piatt, druggists, London,
Ont., write Deo., 1881; "We have sold
Dr. Thomas' Eolectrio Oil since Its lirst
introduction, and we can safely say, no
medicine pn our shelves has hod a larger
•alej'dr giver better satisfaction. Wo
always feel sole in recommending it to
oar outomers.
m
Inrertaviih XariTTT.
Attention is called to the advertisement of Mr. O. A. MoTavish, ol the
North Saanich nursery, which appears
in another column. Mr. McTaviah has
issued a catalogue of his seeds, flowers,
trees, etc., giving prices and description.
Lost a Tkamb.
One of the employees of the Brunette Sawmill Co., named James How-
miui, while engaged in cutting shingles, accidentally ran his hand ngainst
the saw, nnd in a twinkling the thumb
was severed from the right hand, cloBe
to the forefinger. The wound blod
consider]}', nnd much bluod was
lost before tlio hand could be
bound up. 1 lawman was immediately brought to the oity nud was attended
to professionally by Dr. I. M. MoLoan.
The Cattle Trade.
A train load of cattle, containing 80
lieud, arrived from the interior last
night. This makes tho second train to
arrive during the week. It is said arrangements hove been mado with up-
country ranchers to furnish cattle at
Kamloops, where they will bo bought
and paid for, and ahipped from there
direct to the parties purchasing them.
It is expected this will have the effect
of reducing the price of beef, which bus
been exceedingly dear all winter. The
price paid at Kamloops for fat stock
will be three cents per pound.
 , . .	
Vlctorln Items.
Messrs Clow nnd McLuro havo
opened a branch olllce at the capital
city.—Rithet's outer wharf is to be ox-
tended so as to accommodate China
stoaiuors. Mr. Dowdell, representing
the owners of these steamers, has beon
in tho city some dnys, and it iB reported that arrangements will bo made for
thein to coll overy trip. — Ex-Aid.
Humphrios, of Toronto, has obtained
a promise from Hon. Mr. Robson that
tbo government will assist in securing
a fair representation of the products of
Britisli Columbia ut the Toronto industrial exhibition.
The New Jlelheillst Church.
The tender nf Messrs. Ackerman
Bros, for additions nnd improvements
to the Methodist church in this oity
has been accepted. The contract price
is $4,052, which docs not include seating. An addition is to be built in tho
shspe of a T across the south end of the
present building. This will be 28x52
feet, with a choir recess 10x2(1. The
present building is to be raised two
feet, replusterod throughout, reseated,
and furnished with new windows.
When it is completed it is estimated
that these additions and improvements
will involve nn expenditure of $5,000.
Work is to be commenced next month,
and completed in about 4 months.
..—. , . .	
A glare Broken lain.
Another burglary waa committed
last night on the premises of Chas.
Millard, in Webster's block on Front
street. The burglars obtained an entrance by breaking a largo pane of glass
in the front door, and through this
opening passed the booty outside. Mr.
Millard says lie loBt 100 lbs rrf bacon,
a tub of Intru-T, somo canned oysters
and other goods. A watchman slept
in the store for n time, but
latterly no particular watch lias
been kept, and it is Supposed
the robbers were aware uf this
fact The burglary is attribute;! to
Chinamen and it is quite likely they
are the guilty parties, This is tliu
second time Mr. Millard's atore has
been broken into within a few months.
Tho' Seven Clerks,
This interesting and exciting drama
will bo played in Herring's opera house
on Wednesday evening next. Tho
two principal parts will bo played by
Mr. I, B. Fisher and MrB. Moresby,
na Claud Dnrnaud and his daughter,
Victorine, which guarantees the success of the drama. Birth Mrs. Moron-
by and Mr. Fisher aro well known iu
VVeBtiniiistor for their dramatic powers
and many a time havo graced the stage
in excellently noted plays. Tliu other
characters, though not known to the
stage of this city, are not without ability, and it may be safely slid the
*' Sevon Clerks will prove a success.
Tho Happy Hottentots havo kindly
consented to furnish the orchestra, and
Mr. Boiisim, well known for his theatrical abilities, will act as stage manager. The programme will conclude
with a farce which promises to ho a
very laughable affair.
 i"t. a.	
.   .Vancouver Hem..
A meoting is to bo held this evoning
fur tho purpose of organizing a building society. — Tho St. Andrew's und
Caledonian Society has determined to
celebrate Dominion Day by the usual
Scottish games and sports. — The
value of goods imported during the
quarter ending 31st March was $54,-
338; exports, 8175,544; duties collected, 88,171.— Tho time tablo uf the str.
Premier will shortly be changed bo as
to give throe trips a week to tho sound.
It is also rumored that the Btr. Alaskan
will be taken off tho Victuria route and
placed on tho route between Vancouver and tbe sound.—It is announced
that definite arrangements have been
completed for the erection of the
smelting works, for whioh the city
some time ago voted a bonus, The
work of erecting the buildings and
plant will bo commenced ot once, and
the establishment iB to be completed
in three or tour months. It is to havo
a capacity of about 50 tons of ore por
day.      _____„__
Kev. J. Mcl.aurin, Canada Baptist
Missionary to India, writes: "During
our stay in Canada, we have used Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil with very great
satisfaction. Wo are now returning to
India, and would like very much to take
Borne with us, for our own use and to
give to'the diseased heathen.
pd»nJ5r»foilPltchw''iCwtorla
Job printing ol all kinds neatly dono
at the Columbian office. Prion will bo
found as low as at anv other offioe in
tha province —Adv
The: SmnmUMi
There waa a full house at the Victoria laat night, when the Juvenile
Opera Co. produced the charming
opera of "Olivette." The entire company is composed of young people,
whoso ages range from fivo to seventeen. Oamille Cleveland took the
part of "Olivette" in nn exceedingly
pleasing manner, her solos being well
rendered and her acting natural and
effective. Emma Burgas "Countess"
was as graceful in person as her singing wns sweet and captivating, while
Julia Martin, in the role of the "Due
Des ItV' was not less pleasing than
pretty, In his song * f "Hob up Herune-
ly," Tdd'dy;Gn.mblo oitrried tlm himsu
by Btoi'W, uiui wm fi'ii-itu'i'lv calbd
back. Stalin May, a littlo bit of a
thing, danced a hornpipe ii'linirubly,
and in response to au eiuwve ropetvttd
it. Hor every movement called forth
applause, und from (lie lirst alio was a
favorite with the audience Considering the ages of tho performers the acting, singing and enunciation was simply marvellous. Most of the choruses
were well rendered and many of tht!
songs were repeated in rosponse to the
unstinted approval of the audience.—
Times.  _______^—___
Personal.
\V. B. Wilson returned to Arancou-
ver this morning.
W. B. Townsend and wife sailed
from San Francisco to-day for home.
They will arrive on Tuesday.
Geo. Black and Alderman Brighouse, of Vancouver, have arrived
back from an extended trip to England und Scotland.
-*•-■ ♦— —
Use tho safe, pleasant and effectual
worm killer, Mother Graves'Worm Exterminator: nothing equals it. Procure
a bottle and tako it home.
LAST NIGHT'S DESPATCHES.
HOSTILE DEMONSTRATIONS.
Tanciikks, Apl. 5.—Hostile demonstrations occurred this morning about
the American consulate, the outcome
of the refusal of the Moorish government to entertain consul Lewis' demands. Consul Lewis and his wife
have gone on board the warship Enterprise.   There is great excitement hete.
NEWFOUNDLAND    AND   C0NFEDEBATION.
Ottawa, April 5.—Itis Baid that the
terms offered to Newfoundland by the
government aro as follows: The Dominion government is to assume the
entire public debt of Newfoundland
with power to take up the existing securities, and substitute for them Dominion stock. The annual subsidy to
be $50,000 or 90 cents per head, an increase from $35,000 at 80 cents per
head offered in 1800. Newfoundland
is to bave the option of reserving tho
ungninted hnd unoccupied lands, mines
and minerals in the colony, or of transferring the same to the Dominion for a
sum to be hereafter fixed. The amount
payable in the event of the transfer in
tho offer of 1869 was 8160,000 yearly.
On the subject uf fisheries, protection
is to be afforded, u in the maritime
provinces. The nocesaary mail service
and communication between tho mainland and the island, harbor rights and
improvements are to be provided for
by the federal authorities. The number of representatives in* the house of
commons to be increased from 8 members fixed in 18G0 to 10. Tho salaries
df the lieutenant-governor, surveyor-
general,' judges of the superior, district
and Labrador courts, the postal department, customs, geological survey and
penitentiary to be assumed by the Dominion government- The existing
cluiiiiil military and naval forces to be
takon over by the Dominion government and Newfoundland to be constituted a separate military district. In
18G9 it wob proposed to crcato four
senatorial districts. Possibly tlie delegates will ask for 5 now. In the event
of the union, the general provisions of
the British North American Act will
be applied from the day of issue of the
Queen's proclamation in the same way
ns to the other provinces.
DAKOTA FLOODS.
Si.   Paul, April 6.—The Pioneer
Press learns from Yankton, Dakota,
that at Elk Point, 44 miles ens', of
Yankton, tho Missouri river has overflowed, and the people of tho towns
have been taken from their homos in
boatB. An extensive ico gorge exists
botwoeu Elk Point and Sioux City und
the bottom lauds are flooded. For 10
tniloB west of Elk Point railway travel
is cut off, some eight miles of the Milwaukee's tracks having been washed
away. In Elk Point tho water, already
six foot deep, is rising au inch an hour,
WRECK OF THE 8WAMOW,
San Fkancisco, Cal., April fi.—
China advices received to-day liy stesmer Uio do Janeiro statu that the British steamer Swallow was wrecked Feb.
23, off Namoa Island, between Swallow and Shanghai. The vosscl struck
on rocks and sank. The captain and
a number of the crew and passengers
saved themselves by clinging to the
rigging, but 31 persons, who put off
from the wreck in small boats, nro
supposed to bo lost. Tho body of the
engineer, who was one of theoccupan'B
of the boat, was recovered.
a coming man.
London, April 0.—The coming visit
of Prince Alexander of Battenburg to
tho imperial schloss at Charlottenburg
is a matter of vastly more significance
than would in the ordinary course of
things be attached to au act of a prince
of Gorman blood in personally paying
his respects to the ruler of tho German empire, or even that of hi j wooing a daughter of the emperor if he
were of more consequence than German princes usually. But Alexander
is no ordinary German princo. His
administration of tho government of
Bulgaria which he assumed at the age
of 22 years, disclosed hii possession of
oxocutive abilities of a high order and
his conduct of the campaign against
Servia sained for him a greater degree
of military glory and reputation for
astute generalship than are commonly
the fortunes of men of his age. Alexander is now only 31 years of age and
with n record for bravery and diplomacy whieh accompanied him in his
withdrawal from Bulgaria and still attaches to him. It Is impossible that
his career as a factor in European policies-and-military affiii s is ended.
Apart from his personal claims to tho
Children Cryfor PHcher'iCastoria
Ljuai'. J.'u'"'. i.j taiatiiaLiuiMiLj
adaptation and affection of the Princess Victoria of Prussia, who by common content is credited with entertaining a feeling of tenderness for the
Battenburg Prince, whioh rarely enters into the matrimonial alliances of
the royal family, Alexander has advantages in furthering his suit tor the
hand of the Kaiser's daughter, which
can hardly fail to ensure his success,
Queen victoria long ago included
Prince Alexander among her special
favorites and it ia known that the empress mother of the princess entertains
for him a feeling of maternal regard
scarcely less marked than that which sho
holds for her own children. With thoso
poworlul adjuncts to all but, the confessed love of tho princess herself, it is
difficult to conceive how the late princo
of Bulgaria can be rhunted out of his
prospective alliance with tho most
powerful houso in-13drone, aa it is to
imagine he will not in tho near future
become one of thu conspicuous figures
of Europe.
Mothers!
Castoria is recommended by physicians
for children teething. It is a purely vegetable preparation, its ingredients are
published aroucd each  bottle.     It  is
Eloasant to the tuste and absolutely harm-
)ss. It relieves constipation, regulates
the bowels, quiets pain, cures diarrhoea
and wind colic, allays feverishness, destroys worms, and prevents convulsions,
soothes the child And gives it refreshing
and natural sleep, Castoria is the child-
rens' panacea—the mothers' friend. 35
doses, 35 cents. dwmhSOml
Wholesale city Market.
Beef,     per 11*0 lbn g 7 00 ® 0 00
Fork "    SlOtf* a 00
Mutton        " '......". 11 00 S 12 00
HlrtoatBT'n}" .».'■  4 00® 5 00
Potatoes     "     125 0  160
Cabbage    "          a000 ooo
Onions        "   2 1)00 0 00
Wheat "   150 0 175
Oats "   150®  175
Peas "   1500 ooo
Huy,        per ton     18 00 0 00 01)
BUtier(rolls) perlb  0 25® 0 85
Olieose, "'  0 10® 0 17
Eggs,      pertlof.    0 20® o 25
Cordwood (retail) per curd  3 50® 4 00
When Baby wu siok, we care her Cutoria,
Whoa the wu a Chfd, she cried for Castor!*,
When she became Mies, ahe clan*; to Castoria,
Wkw she bad ChUdfen, she gave them Cutoria
BAPTIST CHURCH, Agnes Street.
East ot Mary Streot, Xonl's Day
Services at 11 a, iu, and 7 p. in. Sabbath
School undBible Class at 2:30 p. in.  All
scats freo; str lingers conllally welcomed.
■     UNION LODGE No, O, A, V,
_#V^ At A* M.—The regular Com-
TL JT mu nl cation n of tills Lodge are
/▼\ held on the flrst MondayIn oacn
month. Sojourning brethren are enni in t-
ly invited to attend
PETER GRANT,
fo23>to Secretary.
N'
3TOTTCOEL
OTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
___, we have applied to the Minister of
tho Interior for a license to out tlm her on
tho following lands, viz.: The Southeast
quarter of Southwest quarter-section and
Southwest Qunrf«r ot the Southeast quarter-section of Section 2*1, and the Northeast quarter of Northwest quarter-section
nud Northwest qnnrter ot Northeast quarter-section of Section 11, nil In Township
40, in the Plstrlot.ot New Westmlnstor.
BRUNETTE SAW MILL CO. (Ln.)
dopOml H. It. OeBhck, Manager.
To Whom it May Concern
Any orders; written OR VERB-
al, that Mr. W.H. Jenkins takes for
Goods of John Elliott A Son will be tilled
by them, Mr. Jenkins to take notes for
the price thereo*. All notes given for
small stufl' to be payable not later than
November bind for other stuff ono half in
November and other half ln one year.
Panics who hnve already bought Goods
through Mr. Jenkins mny retain them
and give their notes In favor of John Bl-
llottSSon or pay Mr. Jenkins the cash
value. W. N. BOLE.
Now West., B. C, A prll fl, I88S    dwamlwS
Joseph   Bayliss,
mm .wm>
IS  I'BEPAnEI)   TO   EXECUTK  ALT.
KINIlK OK
I'nriiarr.  Iloilt-i* Suiting, nnd
t'hiumey lliiililim:  nml
Repairing.
URIC K^LAYINfl
IN Al.l. ITS llllANOHKST.
ESTIMATES (,'lverr fnr (ivrry description of work.
Orders miiy be left wilh II. T. Hend A
Co., Columbia St., New Wei.'1'ulnnter.
Uapflto
Invertavish Nursery
SPECIAL OFFEK KOB 1888.
IN ORDER TO INTRODUCE my Plants
ns widely as posrilble.1 make the following oiler:
Fur $11 will send freo by mull ono oacli
of Die followlni* Plains, all correctly la-
bcllnl, my selection of varieties—
1 GERANIUM.        1 FUCHSIA,
1 CARNATION,       1 HELIOTROPE,
1 AGKRATUM, 1 I.OUKL1A,
1 GLADIOLUS,        1 PANSY,
I SKLAUINELLA(Ornamental Moss).
The cntalogno price of these Planls Is
81.00,
Send for  mv Illustrated Ciitiilogno nf
I'liintsir ml Seeds.  Beut free.
«;. A. McTAVISlI,
dwnisinil        MoiiTit saanich, n. C.
$6000 WORTH OF
TCI tbttA eillAVk!
SACRIFICED!
T HAVE RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS
1 from the Assignee of the Estato of \V.
Ross to sell by PUBLIC AUCTION, on
SATURDAY NIGHT NEXT,
On tho PremlMH, his extcnulvo and well-
Delected Htoek of
Ladles',  tientsV Youths*  and
Children's Footwear,
The whole of which Ih Ih perfect order
unileonHlHtgof the latest uud beat makes
aud Btvles of nil the celebrated American
ami Canadian manufacturer!-), and upon
I iihpetition will be found the best Delected
Mtook In the Province.
The Halo will be rammed on the following WeiliiRHduy and Hatnrday even 1 urn,
from 7 to 10 o'eloek, until the whole Ih disponed of,
The Htoek will boon view any day be-
fore 8atr*v ■(' -      •     ■■ ■
TEIIM8 CASH.
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illKNDKRB FOR THE ERECTION OF
A. a Freight Shed on the wharf on Block
Two will be received up to noon on Monday the 10th Inst., at the office of the undersigned, wliere.the plans and specifications can be seen. The lowest or any
tender not necessarily accepted.
dapRtii HENRY V. EDMONDS.
Notice of Removal
THK HANK OK BRITISH COLUMBIA
have vacated their old office In Jas.
C'miningham'ti building ou ColumbiaSt.,
mil aro now occupying their new building, corner of Mary nod Columbia Sts.
Several offices (single or en suite, heated with hot wator) above tho Bann, also
the Store ln tlie Basement, nro still to let
at very reasonable rents.
Apply to J. a FISHER,
Manager Bank of Is. C.
New West., Maroh 27,1888.       dmli28ml
3XT"E3XV
PI flTUIUP
©SPEING'/®
ULUIIIMIJ
Men's Suits.
Men's Suits.
Men's Suits.
Boys' Suits.
Boys' Suits.
Boys' Suits.
Children's Suits.
Children's Suits.
Children's Suits.
Men's Pants.
Men's Pants.
Men's Pants.
TIES, COLLARS, CUFFS,
HoHl«-ry, Underclothing,
Valines «*<*.
J. E. PlLLIPSi;
COLUMBIA  8TREET
ilwnili24to     .Oil*. Timoimi-i-. Omcx,
■sr • T^e,'S^"!'.::s.
Just Received at
JAS. ELLARD £ CO.'S
Bargaihsf or the Holidays!
WILL NOT UK UNDERSOLD. BEST QUALITY OF OOODS.
Best Selection of Silverware in Town I
WATCHES. CLOCKS & JEWELRY
CHEAPER THAN EVER.
Fresh Goods arriving every week. Tbe finest assortment of Spectacles &
Eye Glosses, to suit stny sight. No trouble to show Goods. Call beforo going
elsewhere st
WATCHMAKER b JEWELER, Opp: the Bank.
tr The Best and Cheapest Place for Watch and Jewelry Repairs.   All Work
Warranted. dwdelto
|   D. S.( CURTIS &CO., «
■lev-.      .    Wholesale and Retail-.     -~|«     r-.^
gDRUGGI^fsfi ~
3      istetw ■w-meTMijTjrrsTBm.     S
OPERA HOUSE!
ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY.
Success of the Season
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Monday,   April  9th.
JUVENILE OPERA CO.
When will be Produced the Magnificent Comic Opera,
OLIVETTE
40 Persons,   Splendid Orchestra,  Grand
Chorus, Elegant Costumes, Picturesque Scenes.
FIRST EXHIBITION OF HERRING'S NEW $900 DROP
CURTAIN.--MAGNIFICENT PAINTING.
\
Reserved Seats, fit  General Admission, 50c.i Children, »5c.
PRIVATE BOXES (0 Seats Each)—Upper, 19; Lower, «12.
tr Reserved Scats can be obtained at Herring's Opera House from 1 to 8 p. m,
eachday. ('j j
COMMERCIAL PRINTING.
Tun Coiuhbian Printing Establishment has first-olass facilities for
sll kinds of Commercial Printing.   Bill Hetdt. LltUr Heidi, Circular!,
tSattmJusiviSmflnkf
Price Lilts, -to.   Prices will be found as low as at snyothor offloe wh«r»
Srst-claH work is doit

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