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VOLUME 4
NEW  WESTMINSTER, R C.'MtO'RDAY EVENING, MAY-. 1888,
•
rv.WUl.t* SMITH, H. D.
omCE-triarkiion Street, opposite tear
Tirlraiieajit OoIOnl.l Hotel.        • - y. '■
IttwillsfrTOFl^Aenes gt., Opposite new
llripMOheeMi.  Teleplione Ka.48.   - : ■
OKKHIR HOUIW-10 n.ra. to 12 noon; 2
ii 5; uml 11:31) to s p. in. dnoioto
I   II. JIACLICAN, D. A.i «. »»0. ».
or/FIOE: MeKonslo Htrcol,    .
': INI nr.NOE: Agnes street, third bouse
..mi itivry street. Telephone No. lit -   ■
iif'l'li'rBBOUBS: 10lol2; S(o5; ttod.
d-tlelrjbr
II     I.CUOPKR, U. A.,M. D.,
PHYSICIAN ASUROEON.    '
1 ■ IUK and  RESIDENCE-Ohurch   St
TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY OF THANif-ING THEIR NUMEROUS PAT-
rons.for tho very liberal support extended to thcihin the past and of informing
-tliem that thoy are still to bo found at the OLD STAND, and trust that by careful
attention to business in all its details to still merit and seouro thut large share of
patronage which haa always been extended to them. :,.'■.
"Small Profits and Quick Beturns" la our motto, and whllo wo confess that wo have not yet solved the problem of BUYING and SELLING and LIV-
ING BY THE LOSS, yot at'the sluho time wu do claim .that, wc have discovered
WHEN, WHEBJE Md HOW TO BUY the numerous Articles that we carr*/.
Hence, by buying in the.best markets, at, the pioper mason, we are able to oiler
, our Customers the VERY BEST MANUFACTURES At the LOWEST POSSIBLE
JmioKa... l*e i«„. v>ria.».a ■„, i-rgcly lotflie pitnentMUou ana with the
lock nlrta(ly.rcii«l(i'CiI ond on the my, we claim to have one of the best selected
tocW«iifl»itlBhT(*iolimbia.   Weakriy full lines of 'l""'"     ""
ill   WKI.SH,
Ir.
[j ltOllini 111,   .       ;,.: .   -    ,;
Oroide Hours-io to 4.
Colonial Hotel.
,',' ' '. ," ittOSlo.
m,
K. O. IIHOWN,
DENTIST. '
Wets'     .     .     .,    A      A    -.A ..      .      .
Or/won — Over Rank o( 11. o., cornor
[[Mary and OolninblnStreets.
Iloons-9 n. in, (o 7 p. m.      'dwJySOto
1,'P   A. SMITH,      :
I DENTIST,
hraduate-ot- Peno-pollego of Dental Bar-
gory.
OKFICKS-Brrnk Btltldiner.
dwr
f -liiUHOI'U. dr MrCOU.   .
IURBI8TBRH,
1
HI
I (fl
ce*. Mars
n*
-
au,'.;ciT0B8, ETC.
)'l Hoes. Masonic BiUMInc New We.tmiir-
'T -Urr.niiil Vancouver, 1*. C.     JyDldffto
I"   G. ATKINSON,
I
RARRIHTKK, SOLICITOR, Ae.
Kcnclo Street. :':. j .-
ilvrfelote New Westminster, B.U.
II**    SKMIIWAN BOl.K.H.C,
BARRiailldll'AT-f.AW/?   ""
|;.,inii Aai-iii .Honey to Lean.
(Tilllllilblll St.,     .
1 se2tc New Westminstor, n, 0.
t'lMIW A, nf.VCLVRE,
r AROHITKOrS,
,'kkiuk  Room v..
Ovnr Hank ol 11. c,
Ijilaumiu
Coin in bin Btreet.
W   OUAST,
ABOHITEOT,      |jQ(Tf<]
nmca-Corner Mary and Olarkson Sis.
' dw(e25to
1LL1AH 11. KINO,
AltCIIITKCT, '
,v
''liyilNO* I.ANDSUlt.V.KYllIt,   .,
RAJJITAUVKSTIIN-KEIl,
i''kick—New Martnlilc Block,
IwaplUlc .Wi'Slnilnster,-
LBKRT J. 1111,1,,
•    ' M. Oan. Hoc, P.'K.
[|,V1I. EN01NEER,
LAND S0UV1SY0R and
DRAWlflTSMAN.
|i.rloB-New Musonlo,Block,
jlwmlilSto .   '.     Now Wettmlnster.
i. WAIKKR A CO.,
KtJDITORS, ACCOUNTANTS, nnill   '
m    GENERAL FINANCIAL AOENTS.
RllANK BUILDINO,
TB Now Westminster, 11.1).
Hso-Clare {toad, Halifax, England.'
1 ,    dwluytto  :
1,1*1 A  TRAPP,
' AUCTIONEER AM APPRAISER,
ilumbta street,..
...Now Westminster
[All commissions will receive prompt
carofti! attaatlon,   Best relorence.
on when required, mblS-to
RAND BROS.
)Bll, asTATB BROKBaS,
Con v.yaneers, Ooll.elora,
And Imuran.. Agents,
Sum »t VIOTORIA! Fort Street,
: NEW WESTMINSTBlRl Corner
McICnnsle and Olarkson SU..
VAN-'OUVBR, Cordova Street.
r "'
jrlwoBV v
' ^"jfe** "W. HuiQiod-l,
,', Matsqiil, Sumo., Mud Bay,Lad-
_ Jhiidlnrtultllilanii; Vorffi'Arm
rrm Wver.
laps and Plan, exhlblled and tho (nil-
n.lormatlon (urnl.hed.tall ouroffloea,
(enotc
"■ft** '"
WILLIAMS   BROS.
land Agents & Surveyors.
PAII-f-tCrAftiMWrTOVlBK
ffs Siuall Slumri ql Munoy Ail vaijoml
Swurltie* at HerMonablo
h.
Rates of Interest,
i ror Sal. en Fn*j<
 *lil«# W»
■I ver, .ban
r.lml.il.r.
setllcw (rum
have .pedal
V/ILLIAMS BROS, aro In o
rlrirloatlon Willi lnlonillnit
Rglaiid and elsewhere, and
rtllilM (or eiiirtTtliig snlos.
'heir chatty* ate .lower than any other
.  --.. ■ille'anil'A-i
UCiMCiKAL   Ob   uaiJuj^e.^, uniiu err miu)
Incluiling Tools of all kinds of the best makes; Oross-CUt & Illllld-SlOVS,
BRrbin Wire for Fencing, and all the necessary VteUSlls for Farming!
Pulley Blocks, Suatch Blocks,. Rope & Chain-in all sins; Pitcfi,
Tar & Oaknmi Tarred and Plain Ppper for Buildlngi Paints & Oils
Inall colors; liquid Paints ta all shades; Floor PnintS ready touse; Crihd
Stones; WallPaper in all designs) Brooms & Bfuibes for all purposes;
Lubricating Oils) Traps of all descriptions, large enough to catch the Chinaman Who steals your chickens, tho Bear or Panther that get away with your family
of pign, and small enough to annihilate the Mouse thnt destroys your grain anil
.man Who steals your chickens, tho Ber
u
nibbles at your cheeso.     z_,t~_-z_i ■<• -. ,   \ .....
tr Special attention givcti to orders by mail,: and if you havo. any-doubt whero
to buy any particular article, why go or bcui! to
T.J.
dwapstc
*co.,
Columbia Street, NewWestmlnster.
-JuiL.X-''■■       i.:s^i__L_,.,       i_''J.TI:
-BtSTAB-blSHBD  186*1.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
Columbia Street,  Westminster. B. C.
I1IFOBTHB     OB*
Hardware.Agricultural Implements
Paints, Oias, Glasswai-e,, C_Mli^_tJfft-l
!      Papers- Wddaen ware.
STOVES AND RANGES
in* ■ GmsuLT trJ^mtsmx-c.
Tinware, Holtowarc, Plumber's Goods, Iron Pipe
and Fittln**.""™ ^
Manufacturer of Tinware. 'Employs none but first-class Workmen. Contracts for Sheet-iron Cornice Work, Gas Fitting,
Plumbing, Roofing, ftc, &c,
<^A1I Work Gnarantced to Give Satisfaction. dwmhlOinl
GLOBE   HOUSE
i.  ■■■ ii.    .■.■•*—-" ■  ' '■•—'■■■-
3   NOTICE TO THE LADIES.*'
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
t'lVlo.OPKKlEliS.—M«y<ir, Itobort Dlok*
Innoii: City Clerk, Cnpt. HobliiHon; po-
lioo MaffiBlriit-P, T, 0.- AlkliiRon; Chief
Knginetir Klro Uepartutcut, \V. Corbettl
A-jsisUuit.H.Keiid- ,   ,.      7; \
fcouitT O^KicJAiiS.—Judge ot the Supreme Court, Hon. J. K. Meurelght; HeRli-
trai. W. H. KiWiinfiSh*rtlflr,*W.J.Ann-
Btrong.
Pkoviiwiaij OKKidisiw.,— Oovernment
Agent, Chas. Wnrwlr-k; Kugifltrar of Titles,
It. W. Armstrong: Supt. of Provincial
Asylum, Dr. It. ti Bentley: Bursar of AHy-
Itim, Jan. Phillips; Gojoi-uor of Central
Yison, Wm. Moresby-j'Btewnrd Royal Co*
lumblau Uosoitul,  Cliiw. Dlgby
S-ntlou Agent, *—  "—"• rt—
. Ferris.
•r(itlou AgbnE. Jno, Hprotl;
.. Ivoml
'omuor, W.
Dominion ukkiuiali
Bmwu; Collector of C.
WnrtiBit orpenltentiao
latmnsl
MoBrldie
^ Mm^,s^i?'fra;;afisS!Mi
Inkpetjtor'of FI«herloH, Thos. Mowat,'
RKi'KKsitHTATrvRa.-Seiifttor, Dr. 1, B,
McIiuich; House of CoinmoiiH, Donald
Chiihqjm; Provincial Leglslatnro, Capt,
_W. Jt. Role, _. C.
I   MAILS CLOSE  AMD ARRIVK.
..  .*        ax.oaai .-.-■
FovCnn. |'ne. Uy.—Dally (exoept Hnnday
and Moiidayj, at V2A. aud on Haturdny
(for dlspatdh 8itnilfty)at22.  : .-, •'. -^v
P<ir Victoria, V. r.;and-Westorn IT. S.Offl-
ce«—Monday, 12.45; Tuesday, 8.15 and 111;
,/ Wtitlnenli^y, OM; Thursday, 8.15 and 19;
Friday, oM; Saturdiiy. 8.15.
ForVanopuyer, Moodyville and Burrard
Inlet—Daily (except Sunday) at 8.15.
for Port Moody-Dail; ' *
Ht8.
For ^Port Moody—Daily (except Sunday)
For Ladner's Lauding and Lulu Inland-
Monday, 11-15; Tuesday and Thursday
at IB.
For Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie, Surrey
Centre and Langley Prairie—Saturday,
9. .'   ,     -
For Norlh At-m and Sea Island—Thurs-
Igln and Mud BJiy-Saturday, 13.46.
.day, 18.30.
-For.Bf-'- "
For Plumper's Pass—Monday, 12,4.,
For Nanaimo (direct mall)—Tuesdayr Iff.
From Can. Pac. lty.—Dally (except Saturday) at 13,
From Victoria-Sunday.   Tuesday and
Thursday 10; Wednesday, Friday and
-Saturday, ll.'W.
From .Vaucouver, Moodyvllle and Bur*
rnrd Inlet—Dally (except Sunday) at 18.
From Port Moody—Dully (exceptSunday)
at 17.
From Ladner's Landing nnd Lululsland
—Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, 16.
From Clover Valley, Hull's prairie a
LnnRley Prairie—Friday, 16.
i and
Clover Valley, Hall's Pral
...inklwPrairie—Friday, 16. ,
From N<wth Arm and Sea Island—Thunr-
From Elgin and Mud Uuy-Suturday, 11.
From Plumpei'ti Pass—Sunday, 16.
From Nanalmo (direct mull)—Saturday,
POST OFFICE HOURS:
Money Order Hours—fl to 17 dally; aud
General Delivery from fl to 19 (7 p. m.),
except when imiils aroItelng mado up or
Tuesdays, -Thursdays and Saturday's; Vio
18, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays-
MILLINERY MILLINERY
JUST    ARRIVED,
LATEST LONDON & PARJS FASHIONS
STRAW HATS m all Shapes,
| BONNETS of the NewestStyle.
- AWO^A SPLENDID AasOKTMEMl* OP *
Ribbons,, Flowers, Wings, Feathers,
" | Hat Ornaments & Trimmings.
Oaii -a-jsrn Mlxj*.ie.xmrm,
ilnpiMtu
MRS. WM. RAE
AU
HAVJNQ JU3T
RECEIVED A
•i'MJRNt.-OF
FINE ASSORT.
Wliite Skirts,
Chemises,
, Aprons,
We arc ofibring the ontire Lot at 30 PERCENT, BELOW the
USUal Prices.  '., " '7 h ,•       -       '
uKT These Goods are marked in plain figures and are GENUINE BARGAINS.
WALKER & SHADWELL,
. I j        ' COLUMBIA STREET,
Absolutely Pure.
Tlii* powder never Tarlei. A marvel of
urliy.Htrenxlhand wholesomeneuK, More
. Ronoinlcal than the ordinary kinds, nnd
cannot he Bold In oompetition. with tbe
—......^-.,__.„.-.tX.^ _..^t flmm
In cans.
latlBt
Stely
multitude of low test,short weljrht alum
"'" ~ "* mlyincaiis,
or phoHphuto powders.  Sold on!
BOYAI, llAKINO POWDEU Co.
Kew York.
TO LET:
STOKEI ON COT.UMBU STRKET, In
Bunk nf 1). 0. BrilliiliiK.  Apply ta
dmbSOlc        HENRY V. EDMONDS,
FOR   SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN UloLANG-
liryHnw nml Pinning MIU: mill In
gooil onlor. For imi-tUrrrInrs ripjily on the
pr.mlH.to H. WEST,
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JAOKSON,
niilSlo it HELMOKEN  Victor!..
giiilg f ritiah dotombwn
».li.M.y trealaa, ■■)■ s, mt.
Tug for Sale!
TUG BOAT 76 KEBT: COMPOUND MA*
clrhlT'iy, hy Ertstirrlr llinltirrs,
Apply to
Messhs. BKWIC^E * wm.ppsonN,
djRdle Vnliconvef, B. 0,
Gentlemen's Clothes
CLE ANEDft REPAIRED.
AlloiiIeiH left at thoKnnher«,Hoinoor
Mr. Dtislmood-Joiiea* will he promptly
utlended to.  .
Dnllinirtlun -Uiiaraatrfd.      dapHtmt
Money Wanted
TU. MUNICU'AI-i UOUKOiiiOK RICH*
ipolltl ntnntl lo issue Itelii'iit-ni-iw un«
der thcnittliiirity ot iliti**MunU<|pal Lonn
Bylaw, lil-w," to tlio HiiKiiint nf ft-w.iKKK
Mettled tuilden, miultnd "IjOAN/1 will he
repotved by ttin iiii'lentl-Tiied up to the
Nlrttli day of May, lm. tot (he pur-
Ohiilnof 313,000 of Mieiihovit. ••
Dohetiluivs nre Is-sucd on tho credit of
"■" "Otk
ou. of tbo licist nsrlctiUuml muuj
ties In tlio IiTiiiilnt'in, mailo |in>yi'
yorria. nml lurrii-liiit Inletest Rt 1) por enni.,
jmyiilile yerirly nl. thir Hunk nf II. C, Nnw
weslinlnslar. Parties loililerlns wilt state
tin- ninniiiil M'niiUal nml tlio price nt
wlllTrlilliayrVlll.iiolak.il.
Tlinlilulirial iiratij'li-ir.lrii mil nueessitrlly
lll'irrilltl-il... :;     1.1
nyni'iliTof iri.'iiitniieil,
0. n.H*EET,O.Jlt.C.
Nortli Arm, April (Hli, inns,     ilwipiahi
From Halinix.
(Correspoinlouoe of the Colnmlilan.)
Halifax, April 24.— The one
thing we aro looking for now is
spring; but nt the present writing
it seems just as fnr away as it wm
'last month, Last night the "boanti-
ful" fell to the depth of nbout three
inches. Sniel^ the spring does hero
linger in iho jap of May. Peopla
here say that this is tbo longest,
harden!-., and coUest .winter' -they
have known, for years. In {not the
thermometer has been down to zero
so often this winter that zero is
abont worn ont, In my walks
around tho, city I noticed some
workmen repairing a water main,
ami was greatly surprised to see
that the frost had penetrated the
ground to the depth of about four
feet. Every season bf the year hat
its own peculiar liar, and the liar of
this season is the man who has seen
and heard the first robin of spring.
The one interesting topio of conversation in the city and, in fut, in
the whole province, is the celebrated
Doyle munler oase. The facts were
briefly these:—Last October Peter
Doyle, of Musquodoboit, was missing from his home. Searching par- J
ties were organized, and in about a
week's time from the first alarm his
body ?as found. He was sitting
on a rock with another rook behind
him. His pipe lay by his side. Hil
gun was about eight feet away. The
aorta and the lower part of the
heart were torn away by a gun shot
which had entered bis book at an
angle of about 35°. At first it was
thought to be a case of accidental
death, but gradually suspicion' fast-
lined on ono William Preeper, a
young man of about twenty years
of age, who was Doyle's hired nun.
He wai examined before tlie magistrates, but they did' not. yjiWit'the
evidence strong enough to warrant
his being sent up for trial. But
soon appeared another person on the
sceno—Emily Dillman, a girl of 14,
and a sister of Mrs. Doyle, the
widow of the murdered man. After
a lapse of three months, she comes
forward with a story strongly criminating Mrs. Doyle and Wm. Preeper. According to her evidence
rreeper again and again in her
presence acknowledged to Mrs,
Doyle that he had killed Doyle, On
this Preeper and Mrs. Doyle are
charged as principals in the murder
of Peter Doyle. Atiheirlal Preeper is found guilty with a recommendation of mercy, but Mrs. Doyle
is found not guilty as principal.
Mrs. Doyle is Uien charged as accessory after tbe foot, hut the jury disagreeing, she is let out on bail. In
Mrs, Doyle's trial occurred a strange
contradiction. Her fathor came
forward and swore that be would
not believe her sister, Emily Dill-,
man, on oath; while ber mother
swore .that Emily Dillman was
thoroughly truthful and worthy of
belief. Preeper's counsel are now
moving for a new trial, or to arrest
judgment Tbe arguments on the
rule are not yet concluded. The
ablest counsel in tho oity are engaged on tbe esse. For the prosecution
there are Attorney-General Longley,
Otto S. Weeks, and Mr, Oongdon,
of the law firm of Russell 4 Cong-
don, On the defence an ti. S. Harrington, of Harrington & Ohisholm,
and 0. Hudson Smith, The general
opinion in the city is that Preeper
wu convicted on too slight evidence.
A subscription list has been oponed
at the Halifax Hotol to aid Preeper
in his defence.
The local legislature wm prorogued last week. Ii bas passed about
160 bills this session. The bill
which was introduced lo do away
with the legislative counoil passed
tho lower house with only four dia-
scntiout votes; but when it reached
tbe legislative council it wm summarily thrown out, although a great
many who had been appointed to
that house had expressly agreed to
work for its abolition. Probably
they found thoy were not patriotic
enough to vote out of their own
pockets i*t400 a year, which oould be
earned So easily. The Quebec resolutions passed the lower house without a speech from tbe opposition.
The Bev. Dr. Oourtenay, bishop.
elect of Nova Scotia and Prinoe
Edward Island, arrived in the oity
last night and reoeived a hearty
welcome iVoin tho reptesontatives of
Iris future diocese. He will be inducted to-morrow. The ceremony
will take place in St. Luke's ohuroh
on Morris street
The results of the sessional examination of Dalhousie College (law
department) are published in order
of merit. Tha Britith Columbia
boys have done very well,- Hobie L.
Held, formerly of Clover Valley, B,
C, bonds tho first je.ir in threo subjects, is .socpud in another and sixth
trr nhotlier.     Mr. fold's marks are
the best whieh have been yndo in
the college, for somer|rean. Filed. W.
Howay, of WostMnstCsr,;-steads filWr
in his year in oneSbbjdel, is: second
in three others and sixth iirtifrjother.
These two are tie only studssits of
tbe first year who have mode * first-
class mark (75%) in all the subject*
of their year. Bicbard MoBride,
also of Westminster) made tiro
second-class marks (65 ptr cent.)
and passed creditably on file rest.
Out of a class of twenty thero are,
nine or ten "snowed tinder."
I was highly amused the other
iiy., :stU I wt-4 sitting in * worn, i a
sttangec came in who iadir-just ■ returned from British Oolufiftan. He
had only been there a fortnight, and
the greater part of that time .was
spent in Victoria. Ignorant of the
fact that I had over been in British
Columbia, he began to tell some
marvellous "traveller's tales of the
Paoific province. It did not take
long to see that the poor fellow had
been most "awfully stuffed." By
his talk one would bo led to suppose
that British Columbia is a perfect
bonanza—a veritable Eden—a land
where the streets are paved with
gold and where a man oould get
rich in no time, Teamsters, be said,
got $150 a month and board and
lodging. I did not wonder, after
bearing his stories, how it was that
emigrants were often so miserably
disappointed: with British Columbia.
The circulating of stories suoh as
these can do the country no good—
the plain, unvarnished troth is far
better,
BY TELEGRAPH,
injMBEB,10fi,,.,„(11|
tssssssomm—..','
-A verdict of
Can.it S.lUle4 Will, tu Trip In Ike
Sntk af ttaaatM—t ■rllbk XatlM-
al »tft.ee Mil.
Bl.I.euS ike rmM«.y-<aulaa ke.
teattm Unla-lpMcBle la Sptla—
SlaAtneudtkePMadllln,   ■■
r- M*V SmVPS MSPATCHIB.
IBE SOO POnCHASE DENIED.
Minneapolis, May 4.—The reported
sale of the Minneapolis, Sault Ste
Marie and the Atlantic, Minneapolis
and Pacific, and the Aberdeen and Bismarck railways recently consolidated,
is authoritatively denied im- H. 1.
Fletcher, the treasurer, and a heavy
stockholder. He slates that the
Canadian Pacifio interest in the "Soo"
is limited to a traffic agreement, and
that the recent consolidation of the
three roads owned hen, bu no other
significance. Notwithstanding these
denials, the belief is current that negotiations for the ule of a controlling
interest will be closed shortly.
chamberlain's thud pahty.
London, May 4.—Joseph Chamberlain, at a reception given by his brother, Richard Chamberlain, to hit constituents yesterday   evening at the
Queen Anne's Mansion, London, declared he would never again ally himself with his former colleagues.    Hr,
Chamberlain, in the course of his address, spoke of the organization of a
ne* party to be called the unionist or
national party whioh through its titular suggestion and the strength of its
leader would unite the dissident liber
alsandthe toriea. The tory party,
he declared, wu dead, therefore - the
radicals need not and would not scruple
to join this new party,more particularly ss the Gladatonians had beoome
Parnellites pure and simple and bad
not advocated a single liberal measure. Mr. Chamberlain declared that
he would be the lut man to join such
a party u the Oladstonians now were,
and earnestly besought the radicals to
follow his o sample ill cutting the last
tie that bouud them to the sinking
vessel.
Children Cryfor FWv»rtCutorla
THIS MORXISO'8 BKSIMICHKS.
IIINKUNO'S   WILL.
Kew Yoke, May 5.—Tlio will of the
Iale Ko-ciki Conkling hss just been
discovered. It is dated Utica, May
1807, and leaves the entire estate,
valued at a hundred and fifty' thousand dollars, to Mr.. Conkling.
sovuionsanD iiuooms roll iiouuviina
Paeih. May 5.— President Carnot
uid to-day that his tour in the. south
wss the most utisfaetory thing in the
history of the third republic, and was
proof absolute that the country hold,
to the parliamentarian system. Boulanger was the feeblest soap bubble,
scullions and grooms apparently being
bis ouly supporters. Boulanger,
When spoken to regarding the tour,
uid: "Nothing can be said of the
manifestations, many cheered and
many hissed. I believe tbat nothing
but'the |i*eatlf* of the presidency enabled the president to secure one voice.
Tho prcM haa greatly underrated or
A wAMtraa to s
OfcAHi, Neb., Hay 5.-J
accidental death hu been t_ _.,
tbe coroner's jury in the cau of uv*
persons who were burned to  '
early yesterday morning in a b
the Freeze farm,   hear   Arl
LoeisGrateluschen,whowueii.   .._
u a laborer on the farm aud who pe*
(shed, wu a great smoker aad tt akpie
thought the fire caught from si- spark '...
fromhispipe. .,	
*      ',,;,.      -     nw*.   .-'-    ,-i-,T,1.-.T,.
. Milan, p.,, May. fcr-Fit»,.l!M,t}(|-j,,)
IteL? *W W #,*Ae ffflP* mk ■ ■■
9120,000. i.a.i
' ELAINE AND' itt PE*"J***M|N<*!r;.       -!'  ,
.; *ff*t)^iid,WN-H*a»fa
of the Republican National ,i	
said to-dsy that be bad no ■_
knowledge that Blaine bad neou..-
end hit letter of declination, end kat'
given his assent to the movement for
tbo presidential nomination as slated
by the Philadelphia, Timet. He be.
lieved overy word he wrote in bis let-
ter.
DESERVES LYNCHlSa.
Louisville, May 6.- Jim King, a
negro, charged with firing a trestle on
the Newport & Mississippi Volley
railroad, whereby a freight train wu
wrecked and the conductor killed, hu
arrived at Paducah in chaise of the
sheriff. There is hlk of lynching.
King is a discharged section hand.
blaine's denials,
Washinoton, Hay t.~Congressman Melliken, of Maine, speaking today on the statement from Philadelphia that B|alne will net refuse the
nomination, uid: "It is an absurd
sensation. It ia wholly without foundation. I shall be surprised, and dis-
apointed u well, if Hr. Blaine writes
another letter regarding the political
outlook prior to the meeting of th*
Chicago convention.
IBIS AFimOOlTS M8MTCIII.
Ignored the counter "manifestations.
l'LOOUS IN WISCONSIN.
St. Paul, May 5. -The San Claire
and Chippewa rivers are still coming
up. The citv water works at Winona
are flooded. Tho rains of the past 24
hours in Wisconsin have- caused the
river to rise again, and there ia much
danger now of a loss to loggers.
THE COWBOTS WIN.
Manoresteb, Eng., May 6.—Tlio
International nee of 10 miles, between
the "Wild West" cowboya and hones,
sgainst English hones, wu won by the
former in 21 minutes.
BUCKET SHOPS KILL***. Via.
New Yobk, May ft—James H.
HimtiWk* well-known Wall street
ipjieulntor, shot and killed himself yes-
tordsy. The cause Is recent losses in
Ihe bucktt shops.
I |iwr|»
HANIAN Cling U        	
Sydnet, N.S.W., May 5.-In the,,
sculling match to-day, ovsr the Pan-
metta course, between Peter Kemp*,
Australian, and Edward Hanlan, Canadian, Kemp won by 5 lengths.     >.},
pois life. '
| San Fiancosoo, M^r 8.—Thomu
Bateman, private soldier, who shot
and killed Sergeant Sopher at Presidie
lut August, wu this morning sentenced to imprisonment for life in th*
state prison at San Quentin.
iMrBOvnra.
Bebun, May 6,—Th* emperor ie.
stronger to-day, and walked ia the
orangery.    The fever,   is leswned,
but doctor, aiy they do not expect
it to subside entirely.
iBisn LOCAL OOVEENHENT.
Dublin, May 5.—Tho Bolfuthtkij
states tha Gladstone gave an ao-Baae*'
to three Parnellite memben of parliament Thursday. Lord Rcwbuiy was
also preaent. The subject disat—d
wu a proposal to draft aa Irish teal
government scheme u a .topping steo*
to home rale.
UMITINO PAPAL INTEHrSBEECS.    ,
Dublin, May 5.—At the reqwet of
Catholic memben of parliament the
Lord Mayor of London convened a
meeting to-day for tbe purpose of discussing tho pope's rescript resolutions
adopted, traversing statements by
which the nop* justified rescript, and
assuring the pope of unalterable attachment to bim in hia spiritual capacity, but firmly, respectfully and emphatically refusing to recognise bis
right to intervene in Irish politics.
Meetings will be held throughout
West Clare to-morrow to pretest
against the papal rescript, on i tk*
ground that the pop* is ignorant of
the sufferings of the people of Clare..
MUBDEHEK LYNC1ED.   " -.-
St. Helena, Cal., May 5.-J*ha
Wright, who shot and killed Bail
Vaon on th* 22d ult. wu taken from
jail and lynched this morning. About
1 o'clock a crowd of masked men went
to the house of Justice Elgin, who bad
oharge of the koya of the jail, and compelled him to give them up. They
proceeded to the jail and qaiothr removed Wright, whoqoakedwithMghi,
and in fifteen minutes Wright wss
standing on Main atreet bridge, whioh .
was to be hia scaffold. The leader
called for a rope and on* of Ul* men
drew a large eoil from under Ms seat
with tho noose prepared, lln boom |
wss tightly drawn around tbe Ssur>
derer'a neck and the next instant hia
lifeless body wu dangling at tbe end
nf a rope. Young Vann wu returning
home rith aome mends on tle.mdtn.
ing stated above, and, when opposite
the houso occupied by Wright's sister.
one of tho party threw a rook through
one of tlie windows. Wright, who
happened te be in tbo house it Uw
time, picked up a revolver and lied
into the crowd, killing Vann. ,'
OPEN POSTS ANII CHOEEA.
Lima, May 5,— The government
hu declared Peruvian porta open fo
Ohilan traffic, with tha ezespnon of
the ports between Valparaiso sad An-
tofagoita, in whisk aono aome sasss of
cholera are still reported.
DEFENCE BILL.
London, May B.~The British national defence Mil whieh tke government will offer in parliament prorldes
for facilitating the summoning ef yea-
men and volunteen, and gives the ,
?;ovornin.nt precedence on  railway*
or uaval and military purposes, without being obliged to go to .I
step* of taking possession ef
It also empowen them to make iai*ass>
tion for honu and vehldes, forwhhh
county oourt. ahall determine th* If
oompenu.
UHOLEEA EPIOEMK.
Madeid, May 6,-iAn epidusi* ttf
vail, in this city.   It ia fund th* Sis-
impuremilk.     .,.,   .,   ,- ^...e,
■a-  ia    |-ni[ irrnwpmX net jflailB § ritish Columbian
Ml.r*W Kvrnl.s, May S. ISSS.
When it was' announced some
months ago; |P 2,000(000 people
hud been dniwned in llJHna by t^t*.
overflow'of tho Yollow Rivor, tho
figures were so astounding that
many people believed thero had been
some mistake. Advices bv mail,
however,-1-cohfinn' thtr first report.
TMPhm-kbfg of'-ttaCKtwiW over -an
embankment flooded thousands of
miles ot low lundS whioh were thickly populated. Some large cities, and
hundreds of smaller ones, Were entirely swept away, and deep lakes
now stand where fertile fields and
busy industries a few'months ago
gave',-premiss of solid prosperity.
Since the terrible disaster the work
of repairing tho greet breach has
been going on; but so great are the
obstacles, and so large is the undertaking that it is now announced as
probable that there is very little
hope of completing the enterprise
before the Hoods of the coming summer. The failure oi this Wtok will
result in a large part o* llitr m.ost
fertile and valuable: district of
Honan being left to tho mercy of
the flood, as nothing towards restoring these tracts of land to cultivation* can; be done until thoy have
boen secured against a repetition of
the disaster. Late advices also contain details of the earthquake which •
was reported to have occurred at
Yunnan in March, the .bare- fact of
which was transmitted by telegAph
to The Columbian at the time.
This;disaster was also on a largo
scale, and is. said.to havo been ono
of the severest ever known in Ohina.
Tho earthquake covered an area 170
miles jn length by sixty in width,
and it is officially stated that 4,000
lives we.ru tost When they go in
for any excitement in Ohina they
are opt to do things on a pretty
large scale, -
We beliive very few of our citi-,
zens have any idea of the extent to
which building operations are being
carried on in this city at the present
time. Our business men go to and
from tbeir places of business from
day to day, and seem to have no
time to observe the changes which
are taking place. It would be worth
while for...our citizens to excuse
themselves from 'duty once in a
while long enough tor take a tramp
through thei streets and suburbs.
Some 'of them would open their
eyes with wonder. Everywhere one
goes there are new buildings in
coune of erection, both small and
great, and the sound of the hammer, the saw and tho plane, greets
one at every turn. A person standing on the public school lot can see
eighteen houses in - course of erection, all of which will be very respectable additions to the eity.
Away in the suburbs, also, new res-
ideneaa are rising up among the
trees}'anil Hew streets and roads are
demanded so as to enable people to
reach their new homes. When it is
remembered that this is the beginning of May it will bo admitted
that tbe indications of a very extensive boom in building operations
this season are abundant. There is
no lock of confidence in the future
of our city, It is quite certain that
as soon as the Weather becomes
fairly settled a large number of new
brick stores will be commenced on
the principal business streets. At
present it is impossible to obtain
bricks fer building purposes; but the
brickyards are already at work, and
it may be expected that the demand
for building materials of all kinds
will very soon be supplied. Any
porson who considers the situation
and surroundings of Westminster
must come to tho conclusion that
our citizens have nothing to fear
from their competitors elsewhere if
they use .well the advantages which
nature has given them. It is a fact
worth remembering and repeating
that almost all great commercial
cities in the world are situated on
fresh water—almost all of them on
rivers. The large cities on salt
Wator may be counted on one's fingers. W* have. frequently Munitioned the reasons why a fresh
water harbor possesses So many advantages over salt water harbors,
and iSfite reasons need not now be
repeated. There ore two very important schemes now on hind which
will add greatly to our commercial
and material resources. Tho first
sad most important is the deepening
el the month of the river so as to
enable all classes of vessels to reach
this oity without inconvenience.
The second, and scarcely less important Is tho construction of tbe
Westminsterilouthern Bailway, and
the erastioa of a railway and traffio
bridge across the river at this oity.
We believe both these schemes will
be canned susoesafolly to completion within the near future; and the
new sSJsaalas which will thus be
given to itbis eity cannot be ovcr-
estimatod. There is no place in
Britislij'lOtMllbibia more favorably
dttjat^v^'rm»'vii''«ituring than
WestntMt*-*! and when we have
ooean steeaw* coming right up to
our whawea aad trains from Pugirt
Sound and California connecting
here with the O. P. R, we shall
■peedily become the griSt provincial
Laic Giinndiaii News.
QuKUEc, Apr. .'IU.—Tho s.a. Vuii-
cnuvur arrived at Indian, Cove, Levis,
vbstorjUy. iff-ho ico in tlie river is bu
BavyBie v_m unable to 'com^ijup to
" ■"■"' '^ttsurud sho may,pot bo
•e -lor a couple at daya.
y 1000 p;isnenRera on
board, moat of whom will bo takon off
intugi.    jj   '
The senate private bills committee
to-day reported the petition of W. H.
Middleton for divorce from his wife oo
the ground of adultery with Hamilton,
the Bix month* notice required having
expired on Saturday. Tho bill will he
introduced this afternoon, rend a first
time and then stands for two weeks.
The neceaaa-iy nix months in the case
of Mrs. Middleton's petition does pot
expire for three woeks yet.
Tho government organ tliis morning
said: "The Missisquoieleotion wns
carried by anti-Cntnolio and anti-
French fanaticism. Mercier is 'consequently justified in refusing to give
a seat in tho cabinet to tho English
Proteitant element which persists in
rejecting the candidates of the national
party."       |(
^lnoston,..Apr. 30,—Knight .and
Vtnco, charged'with passing counterfeit Money, were iiotnraitted to jail to
stand their trial at the assizes. Both
men have confessed. Out of work,
they accepted a scheme for passing' off
counterfeits. They bought in Detroit
^500 in stocks for £150. Kingston
.was the first place visited. Here and
in Toronto thoy passed off all their
green Roods.
Mojjtueai, May 1.—Tho Allan-str.
Circassian wns towed into Quebec disabled to-dny.
The Protestant insane asylum will
be commenced.noxt month.
Toronto, May l.—A deputation
from Port Hopo have examined H. M.
Arthur's designs for a monument to
the late Col. Williams and. report favorably. The statue is to be of bronze,
eight feet six inches in, height, on a
pedestal of gray granite. The' design1
is very, spirited and* .shows Williams
leading the men to tlie charge,. his
right hand holding a raised sword and.
his head turned to the left urging the
men to victory. Tlie monument will
cost $5,500, and will, be publicly ,un-
vtejlcd on Oct. 6th at Port Hopo.  "
They Never /htf.--Mr. S. M.'Bough-
nor, Langton, writes: "For abori* two
years I was troubled with Inward Piles,
bht by using Parmelee's Pills. I was coin-
Elately cured, and-although four years
ave elapsed since then they have not
returned. Panueleels-PilU are anti-
bilious and a specific for. the, euro of
Livor and- Kidney Complaints, Dyspepsia, Costiveneas, Headache, Piles, etc.,
and will regulate the secretions and remove all bilious matter.
Pimples, mv.sv,
AndCarbunolcs result ttorn adebilitatnd
Impoverished, or impure condition of the
Mood. Ayer's SarsapariUa prevents and
euros thoso eruptions and painful tumors,
by removing their cause; the only effect
ual way of treating them.
Ayer's Sarsapnrrlla Las prevented ths
usual course of JSoiU, which have pained
and distressed me every season for several years.—Q*. Scales, 1'lainville, Mich.
Iiwas badly troubled with Pimples on
the face; also with a discoloration of tha
skin, whioh showed itself in ugly dark
patches. No external. treatment did
moro than temporary good. Ayer's Bar-
taparilla effected
A Perfect Cure,
and I have not been troubled since—
L W. boddy, Iti ver at., Lowell, Maas.
I was troubled with Boils, and my
health was much impaired. I began
using Ayer's SarsapariUa, and, In due
time, the eruptions all disappeared, and
my health was completely restored.—
John it. Elkins, Editor Stanley Observer,
Albemarle, K. C. ;
I was troubled, for a long timo, with a
humor whioh appeared on my face in
jgly Pimples and Blotches. Ayer's Sar-
■aparilla cured me. I consider It the best
Mood purifier In the world.—Charles H.
Smith, North Craftabury, Vt.
Ayer's SarsapariUa
Is sold by all druggists. Ask for Ayer's
SarsapariUa, and do not be persuaded to
rake any other. tt
?rap&rod byBr.XO. Ayer fcOo., Loin]*, Mms.
Prill. Sl | six bottle., W,
Misses Carr & McRae
(LATT5 OP SEATTLE)
FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKERS
At the Bon Marche,
ColiiinliliiHl.,      -      NewWestmlnster.
Agents fnr tne Mel'nlt. Sanative Corset.
 ihlufflUr .
1TOTIOB.
\TOTIOF IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
11 tlie notice dated the .'!rd dny of July.
iwS.olTtinnicu bounty of two dollars aud
fifty cent* (82.50) per hend for evory wolf or
panther killed in n settled distriot In this
Province hurt been rescinded, and that on
and after the dnto hereof the sum of flvo
dollars (ftOU! will be paid for every wolf
or panther killed in a settled dlntrfot, on
the ncrtlflcAto of a Justice of tho Pence
tbat sueb animal was killed In a settle-
mont, nud tliiit Uio head was produced to
and dfiHtroyed Uy him.
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
Prov Inei ai Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Offlee,
2nd Mny, 1888.   " dmyliiil
Auction Sale!
HATIRIUY, 5th MAY,
AT s o'cr/xut, BV
Fnom St., Next Door to Caledonia Hotel.
Watches, Jewelry. Law Bonks,
Accordeons,  -Suns,   Fnrnl*
tare, Mattresses, Moves,
Lamps, Hewing Ida*
chines,
AND HOODS OF ALL DEHCRIPTIONH.
MALEBT,\TE.
Sllli-IJIvlslon Lots40,31122, Block ft'
. Rub-Ill vision Lrit 25, Illnek S.
Hub-Division Lot 10, Blook 13.
Bub-Dlvlslorr Lot 12, facing on tho Klvar.
Tlie IMS will lie sold on lb. Instalment
plan, to null nurclrrisent, without Interest.
dnyllS
W.C. LOYE,
Fashionable Soot and 5h(
RSimlvliiK N*ntlr  Done.   Cork Hole
.;.   \Vak\\ r. Special (jr.
S^orders pronjptly Attendetfctft
OUrkaoii Hi., in nmrof ColnnluMlu-
ijj'tel, iftxt toTtiiiid Bros.' office,  diicltc
Land for Sale,
BEING CORNKtt LOT 19, BLOCK -I N,
Ilnnse (I W., I.nln iHlnnilj-coiitiiliiliil*
in rlirriTS <•[ i'rirao FABMWU LAND, sllrl-
iilir nn ii kihiiI rinitl, nntl nbout Va miles
from the Nortli nun nf looser Illver, II. O.
I'rlttc, *rjO pi-r uer.-; part crislr'and Iral-
nnoa on tlmo wltli intorcstnt 10 por cent.
Apply to
J. iH. -XQDI).-* SON. ■    -
•        *\ Vlctorln, li. (.'..
A t'OUUT OK.REVISION A AM'KAI,
A will Ire held nt tho COUNCIL CHAMBERS on ■•
THI KSWAY, 31st INSTANT,
At rl o'clook p.m., whon all complaints
nitiiliist tiro assessment for 18*S8 will lie
lieirril nnd determined.
By orrlor,
ilmyltd t
J.-A. ROBINSON,
THIS SPACE IS RESERVED
STANLEY'S
English Spectacles!
dnprjolo
POUT HAMMOND
NURSERY
Fruit Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits,
And GARDEN STOCK on hand In great
variety.
Everything Unit-clans and /urnUlied in
goodshnpe.
H3k.Bendl5cN.fQr valuablo 80-pape De-
Horlptlve Cutalojjue wltli it beautiful eol-
" *"'"    price Lists sent free.
oreu plates.
G.W. HENRY,
Port Hammond, B. C.
TEN CRATES & GASES
CI0GKERY
 AND	
GLASSWARE
JUST AERIVED FKOM THE BAST.
Plain White Ironstone China
IN ALL LINES.
Earthenware Flower Pots lu ull
sixes.
Full assortment of NKW GLASSWARE
cheap.     '" L
C. J. ROBSON.
dmy2ic
HarriaonHot Springs, B.C.
HEALTH AND PI-EA81IKK RK80KT.
BTKAM, HAIL A ROW HOATH ON HAND
SwhunilnK, Vapor und Private BnllM.
With Uxperleneed AtteudnntK.
LADIES  DBPAUTMENT  RKPAHATE.
TrniiK, $i.Ao to tUlM per Hay.
Only 5 miles from Akiu-**!/. .station, ('. P.
R, Kedueed Jt, R. und 8tenmboatrnt<!it.
Kxrurslou mtoa upod for SO ilny* from
WeHtuilnster to Agmsnly. Htullou and return, 15. Hatuitliiy tixcurKlnti rate, fjood
until following Mondny. 8^JJ0. Coinfort-
ul)le8UieHmeet ull TruliiH. Tlukctecun
bo obtained ut H. It. ottU-e.    dap28tc2aw
gjfcgjg
WM. REIDT,
■   m' Jmtloncer.
PROVINCIAL SECUETARVH OKFICK,
38th Mnrcb, 1A8S.
The following telegram from Ht. Excellency the Governor-General to III. Honour th* Lieutenant-Governor, In reply to
a telegram from Hln Honour, Rtattnor that
lt wan unde-nlood that parties filling out
tor Belirlng1* flea wej*» prmlng for the
purpose of renlHtlng '.cinur*-', lu publln^ed
forgonornl Information.
JNO. ROBSOlfi
Provlnctal Seoretary.
TELEGRAM.
Ottawa, S7th March. IBM.
to llkutknam-m-jovjcrnor .,
of Brituu Coliikma,
Victobia.
Yonr Government Bhould Ihhuo public
notlco cnutlonlngpernonH going on Sealing
expedition!) to refrain from amertlon of
their righto by force, and -from taking on
board arm. nnd ammunition JnexceHof
their ukwI'  requlremeiiti. .The wholo
matter fn Anga-glpg the attention of Her
MiiJ&Hty1** Go«rnm«nt apd formn the «ub-
Ject of diplomatic* negotlattonit now In
proj(rcN».i Any Intemperate action In the
meanwhile Would be moat dotrlmenlal to
Hrltlnh t'olumblnn IntereMH aud might
lead, to nenoua compllcntionn  and   b.o
followed by grave oonseqnencM to thobe
concerned.    .
[Slgned],t    •       -..' LANSDOWNE,
FOR SALE.
ATJIOROUUHBRED JERSKY UULL.
Apply to
dwmy2ml
It MATHERON.,
11. C. tiannery.
asrcrip^-.
\rOTICR  IH  HKREIIY GIVEN THAT
ll   we hnvo nnule  application to the
MlniNi-or of ilie Iniirlm' for v UeennoUt
eut timber on  tbo following Dominion
Lands, viz.:
Went % of S. IC. Vi Section 5, and
Enni, 1/ of 8, W. Wfipcl-lon 5, Township
18,1)lHtrict of New WimtmliiHtor.
RRttNETTE HAW MILL CO. {Ul.),
dnpWini JI. L. JJbHwk, Maimgci'.
Loan Office!
MONEY   IaOANED
On Watches, l'lslnls, l'lnle, or UuikIn or
Any Description.
StcoiitMIiiiKl Vnniitiiro
BOUGHT it SOLD.
ADVANCES MADE
On Housoliotd Goods or Property of
uny kind.
Lots! Lots 1 Lots!
Building Lots sold In nny pnrt at ih'-il'own
oiiriilontlii>-ririfit*iimenlsto suit Pur-
cliasers.  No interest obni^ed.
Atl liuslness strictly conlliienllal.
AUCTIONEER
FRONT STREET,
J-Next Door to Caledonia Hotol.
' ' dwniy3tc ^^
I
GRANT & MACLURE
Havo Received a Largo As-
sortmo'ntof
Boots,Shoes
AND SLIPPERS.
Come and See Them.
GRANT & MACLURE
COLUMBIA   8TBEKT,
WKSTHINSISB.
dwnp2tc
HAVING  ItECENTLY  IHPORTHD  A
HERD OK HIGH-GRADE
I AM NOW PREPARED TO DELIVER
ANYWHERE IN THI8 OITY, EITHER MORNING OR EVENING,
RICH JERSEY MILK,
Which I Guarantee to bo as Pure ns It
Conies from tho Cows.
SSr All orders left at tho Stores ot
Messrs. WOLFENDEN, H. M. CUNNINGHAM A CO. and AUSTIN will receive
prompt attention,
dnihiotc THOMAS CUHHIHCHAM.
NVERNMEMTST
VIOTORIA B S.
Xj OO Z3L!
20 PIANOS & ORGANS 20
On 111*? Way.   WIU Soon lit-Here.
mine GREAT HTEVIt PIANO HAH AH-
1 rived!!! Tlie "ACMK" of l'lnnosltt
Tlie innb!h)(!HHU«ekrr*AHoti l*in«u. Also,
the Kn'Ut Improved nnd artistic D«nl>
»l«n, tho host (.-nnadhiii-mnde piano.
M-MlMh A t'htUly PliinnH. W. W. Kim-
hail and CIUmro COTTAGE ORQANB,
sold on monthly puymmitH, from $10 to
$'26 per monlh. New 1'limos for rent, and
rent applied If purchwiod. Tunlnit and
UrpmrliiK.
H. FETKRH,
"Colonist" Rnlldlinj, Government HI.,
dwnplOte Vlelorln, 11. C.
■ACHIVEBT
TIl/CE TABLE
Str. "pi^flys,"
UlfTIL K-tfRTHJpU ipTlCE, WlLL
lenvf r«»r Chllllwhaek und wnyplmces
on M"NI)AY af !)o. m„mid WKIlNRH-
llAVnt 7 n. ni., returning <m TtlKSDMTS
nndtHlUAYM. Por all ftniher IntoAn-
Hon apply on lHtnrd,nr to
W. D. TOWNSEND,
•Jmyltii On the Wharf.
wKc
AVINO LATELY INOREASEDOtR
vnnnectlon   lu  the East and elio-
jore very (!oi)Hldornbly,wo are In a potition to give prioe* on nny class of Machinery tlmt may be required, including:
Marine and Htutlonary Engines and Boll-
en. Planer*, Matcher* and Moulder*,
BiiKr. Planers. Wood Lathe*; Band
HawH, Blind Machinery. Gauge
Lathes, Shaping Machine*,
Shingle Machine*, Lath
Machines A Bolter*,
Two, Three nnd Four Block Circular Hnw
MIIIh, Band Saw Mill*, Portable Kn-
.    glncH nnd Boiler* and HolHtlng
Engine*.  Alto, John Bertram
A hon*' and Tha London
Tml Pq.'* iron Working
Machinery.
Brick Maohlne* and Oru*hera of either
Uie Martin or Baird make.
Mill Supplies of all deterlptlou*. including Circular Saws, Solid or Inserted
Teeth, Lubricating OH*, Rubber and
Leather Belting, whicli we carry in
Mock.
Bteam Pump* of the Blake, Davldton or
Knowlet make al*o on hand,
M'Avlty's Patent Boiler Feeder* nupplied
On ihort notice, a* well uPalnttand
Oilt, Axe* and Edge Tool* of the celebrated Broad make, Win Rope, Plumber* and Steam Fitter* Supplies, Ac.
, We are tole agent* In thl* Province for
tho JOHN DOTY Engine Co'y. whoso
Marine work cannot be excelled, nsout-
/Jt« we have famished hero will testify.
FRASER TUEONARD,
CtasM.il.. 0»p. K.wcAdreHlMr.
vANCiOuyiai, & o,
!s iiwivnu
Dental Notice!
T EXPECy TO LEAVE.FOR THBUN-,
1 ti-rlor on the 111 li Inst., to bo absent
about six weeks. All needing Dental
work dime will please tako notloe that,
until ihe uth inst., I win nmke a reduction ot Irom is to oo ii er mini. All worn
warm ii toil.  Terms cnsli
V. K. O. HlOWN, Dentist.
Okfio*! - Over Bank ot B. c, eiwner
Mnry und Columbia Sts. dinyttd
JIST ARRIVED
Per C. P. R.,
THE LAROBBT AND B^ST A6SOBT-'
ED STOCK OF"'.
English,  Prennh,  Seotoh
and Irish
SUITINQSl
Eyer Shown In Now Viistmitister.
WestofEnglnjidBi'oadeibtbs
and Doeskins and fancy
Trousering.
J. S. MANSON,
Columbln St., Opp. McKenzie St.,.
NEW WESTIIIlfeTER, B.C.     "
'ilapiato
BRITISH COLUMBIA
SOME QOPffiS -OF. THE
British Columbia' Directory (latest cditioh) still iemain
on hand, and will be disposed of
at a discount for cash.
This Director*/ is published
by Messrs. Williams and Mal-
landainc; it contains a large
amount of valuable information
respecting the" difftrontveities,*
settlements, and districts in the
province, besides a list sot the
names and addresses of business
men, farmers, etc. It is a well-
bound book of 308 pages, and is
pronounced ty the provincial
press to be the most complete
and accurate Directory ever published -In this province.
Copies sent to any post-office
in Canada or the United States,'
post-paid, onr receipt of $1.50.
Tlie price of the book is $2,
Address;-; '-■
B,G, Printing Go., Ld.
dwJaUlc        WESTMINSTER, II. C.
PACIFIO
Carriage Works!
.COLUMBIA STREirr,
New Westminstor, B. C.
REID & CURRIE
PROPRIETORS. '
MAtTttlFACTURKItaAlHI'OItTKRflOV
IWMOl RATS,
DRAY8, .PARTS,
And atl aorta of Vehicles.
Ploughs, steel, Iron & Wooden
■TBMMr
Wo have nlso a large Stock of
CARRIAGE 4 WAGON  MATERIAL,
Whioh wo will ull it tlm Low* :
'",  FMhle  Price,
CoMPBismat
JJ.irchrood,   Wheel, .(patent  & homo-
nuule), Shafts,   Poles,   Hubs, Spoke.,
Rlma,' Neck Yokes, Single Trees, and all
kind, of Beut Good..
CARRIAGE HARDWARE,
Borings, Ail«, Circles, KWg Bolt.,
Clip., Step, and everything required for
Carriage Building.
BLACKlSUlTHINQ.
We would specially oall the attention of
the Publio to onr Bliicksmltlilng Depart-
ni.nl. We tnitiuy Uro vi..» MM ot Workman nn.l wo import .11 o»» IroZ. hliiil
anil other nr.torlM: eontequentiy, we can
do hotter, both In prices anil quality of
work, than any other Shop on the Mainland of British Colhtnbl*,
Estimate. (Iran oh Iron Work, triad eon-
• tal ....
■NT.M BlvBI. IIMin  I.UI...
troeU taken for any kind of work.
^•^nKBhaW^^
uiDtiucn. ciiiiKittiuu  iiuiik)   jiuii  v
Harrow Tooth, Harrow Hltigeo, etc.
All klMdtiAt tepstn executed on Short
notice.
!»■« St-Ml, Chnln-t Coal* and all klndi
of material Hold, wholoiuio or retail.
■VCall and Inspect nnrSfbck and obtain onr pfloos baforo ordering elsewhere
and you will suva mmpy l'>' If*
■arOrdeni by mall promptly attended \o,
dwtolflto RCIbftOUfffllt.
NewWestaninster mM
rpiIE ANNUAL GRNKI&L MEKTINtf
* "    ' ;r Ohb Com-1
fi MONUAYi
at 2 o'clock
rn:i_ 	
X.   ot the Nfliv Wt'Ktmlwter Gus Conn
n;" **""■     "
n. m
Kenzie Street, Mew Westminster.
puny (Llmltetl) will lm liorol
llie 7th Day of Mny, ui«*/ ...
p. in., tit thu office of tttq Secretary, Mc*
RDWIt HAND; Sec.
New Went., April Nth. 388. dnpHOUl
I. HWBEH t 00., Victoria,
dwoc3yl
MAJOR & PEARSON,
Real Estate tfrokfcrs  and
Flimm-l.-d iigiiils.
vmttvdei-ttan'Uth jlaiartuilraicf Tor-
OtltO,..;
ttsrih HHltHh Mrrraitllh nnd Cfuardian
Fire luHiirancc CohiiinhIch.
tr Valuable hots for khIo In tbo City
and UlHtrlct of WcHtiulnitter; and choice
Lola In tho City of Vaucouver.
Perilous wishing to buy or soil city or
rural property should communicate with
UH.
Ol»F?cicn! McKenai-n Ht., Wcstmlnntur,
aqd HoatlnnH 8t.,,Vai.couvqr.     dwnplfllo
»
JSroTibs.
OTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN THAT
_.. wo have applied to tho Minister of
tlio Interior fora license to out timber on
tlie following lonils, vl..: TUeRoutlieurt
quarter of Southwest auarter-seotlon and
Southwest quarter of tho Southeast quarter-section of Section 23, and the Northeast quarter of Northwest quarter-seoUon
aifd Northwest quarter of Norlheoat qnor-
ter-sectton of Section 14, all ln Township
40, lu the District of New Westminster.
BRUNETTE SAW Mttii, CO. (lD.1
dapOntl   .■  ■- H. I. *(f«BlSK, Mahaier.
BE RECEIVED UP TO NOON
tbe HHh May for tho ereotion
TENDERS
ffl™
0a^RlGK CHUfiftH,
\Vlth Stone Foundation, for. tbo' Congregation of St; Andrew's.
. Plans and: spoclfloiUlons oan be seen at
the office of Messrs. Clow A Maclure and!
•R J. Trapp * Co.1
, The loweRt,oT.a*hytettder hot necessarily
accepted. dmyltd
FORSAUE.
Valuable   Property!
^ !'0»;THB]MUi):BAYROAD.
BViiVIRTUE OF THE POWER OF
Sale contained ln a certain Mortgage
which may bo seen at the office of the undersigned, tenders will bo recolved by
them up to noon on THURSDAY thk
10th Day op May next, ior the purchase
of tho North-But Qaarter ef SecttM tm.
13, Towufclp «, New Westminiter District, on which ts erected a Valuablo
Dwelling House and'other buildings.
Title Indisputable. Terms and conditions
may be had on application W
4 CORBOULD A McOOLt,
New Westminster,
Solicitors for Vendors, dwaplittd .
B1EKETT & GO.
Briok KLannfaoturers,
BUILDERS AND
unlOK-YARDS: Pnrt nnnej.
OFFIOESi Ursir blmlils ud Haqr
. hi*.. New Westminster,     itwmliioto
I
HAVING TAKBtN-r
Lundbom's BulldlHg, Front 81.
(Formerly occupied by Kyle A Tllton),
IS  KOW RKADY
to servo hla eustomen and evorybody
with as good a stoek as » man wants to
select from,
Dry   Oatdit   Groceries.   Provltlons,
Crockery, Glassware, Boots* Ae,
Come and see tbe new place, and let us
know what you thlek ol IU
dwocWlc C. MODONOUGH.
NOTIOE.
S
irriNOHOF THE COUNTY COURT
of Cariboo will he hold;
At LUlooet, on Wednesday, aoth Mny.lgss.
At Clinton, on Weilucsilay, 18th June,188**,
At lGO-Hlle Houso, ou Thursday, 28th
Jnno,I888.
At Soda Creek, oa Saturday, 80th June,
AtWohtleld.on Friday, Mil July, 1888,
By Command,
JOHN ROBSON,
Provincial Becretary,
I'rovlnolal Secretary's Offlco,
10th April, 1888. dapSOtd
^\h^mrl,MMm
W. E. FALES,
PRACTICALUNDERTAKER.
Imbalmlnt a SptcUlly.
A toll line -XCoflln Trimmings always oil'
himU. Parties at a distance supplied at
.hortcst notice. Satlsfaotlon iiunn-
teed In «cry parUeular,
dwoolto C0UIHII»8T. NowWost'r.
MANITOBA
Flour & Feed
*f"StltO.I83Bl',.'
EwtNiSOANNERYBipiNI
Cor. Columbia A Begbie SU.,
WlfflTMiNSTKR.
J. HfNDi
IMPnilTltK ahd mun its
Flour, Feed
AND DAIRY FBODICE.
.OirliL * ICXAMINEOOODS dr PBICBO.
"■y dm|i*n'ia>3'"
Jersey Bull.
THOS. CUNNIKGHAM,
HAVING LATELY IMFOBTBD A »•
year-old
ThoroOgbftred Jersey Ban,
Has decided to stand him for the benefit
of those wishing to Improve their Htoek.
Por terms apply to *    '
H. M. CUNNINGHAM A CO.,
daplUo .; Columbia Street.
M.A.McRAE,
Merchant Tailor,
WISHES TO INFORM  THE PEOPLE
; OP NEW WESTMINSTER THAT HE
j   IS PREPARED   TO EXECUTE
ALL ORDERS FOR
TAI ORING
A FULL LINE OF
English, Seotch nnd Irish
Tweeds and  Fancy **
Trouserings.
SOOULLAR'S OLD STAND
Coluhma St.,   -   New Westminsthk.
dwmhr38to:
GUARDIAN
IfMMceCom'j
OF LONDON,' mt.
TOtel Funds, $18,000,000
(ITIABI.YI
ESTABLISHED 1821
Risks Taken at Hates
as Low as any other
Reliable Comp'y.
T. R. PEARSON,
WORTH
Capital, 13,000,000;   Uma
Fsld, 148,000,000
Ka*»«.ma.issBMe«m m moi».'
Rates as bow its any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
tr Risks promptly taken, ud Lome.
•atUfwtflrUy **4iwtisi3,
T, Rt PEARSON,
doo7U> AGENT
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
•tunrif-i C-.1UI *i,«*,<M
Full Gov'm't Deposit
head Office, Toronto, Canada
A HOME COMPANY,
This Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:-
■JSjSSS1
tiMs In Caoad.,
IthunoMiheuMof lnninraoe, but thi
well-.steHI.httl line., heiie. th. irollc
hold.netsnnot be misled Mtothelrwr
tract..
„ It. st.tem.nt. to the pnbllo ean b. read'
llj undentood, tu ouh .Utamut show
Int. evety Item of lncone and how axpaa* r
It. position J.auiert*iln«l annnally from -
•"-'-Had T»ijw"--'  	
 jlllir.*1- '-
IU]
"Bf
BBUff*
Elloy holden are not lessened .to alv.
(er proflu to any other elaas, whieh
Selhod aSbrd. .upeiior adnnta(es o»er
e uulform bonus plan of dlatrlbntlon.
Llb.nl callttea. a. ta I
I. K.-tCtwDONALp,
klannjlng Director,
T.R. PEARSON
Aunt, Wow We.tmln.Ut    .. , .
lr1-tmrt»Wr*' Thl. iriilninn Is paid for nml conducted
i by a I'liiiiniMter ef (lie Temperance Hr-
\  Ulllll/lllllinS Of Nl'W WlTTHlllllllHtCr.
I'n ruiinl every Balurdar In Ihe Holly
< ..imiilitnu anil In the Weekly.
.TaiiiiiittnlenlliiiiH to be addressed to
" .'.illitr Temperance Column.*'
r    ItKGUI.AIl MEETINGS.
I.ii-.il. 'I'-Evr;rj.il'r|ilar, 8 p.m.,111 Tern-
i ti.iimIii Unit.      ,
U. T. nf T,—Every Wednesday nt 7:80p.m.,
rri 'I'aiilperiuitielflillfoldOdilfollowB'J.
'. il! T.U.-irtirfthil!Wednesday bf oaeh
ni'iiilli, 8 l/riir;,   lirlTiCincnt of  Baptist
Uli'irclr, ■
I. O. ts. T.
Tlio following officers were duly iu-
ntnllod last eyanini* by Grand Lodge
Deputy 0, 8. Keith, as.iated by Bro*1,
•1. .MuMiirpliy and J. Kelly, in tlio Do-
iiiiii'iiii l.iiliio No. 4, fur the quarter
ending July 31it: H M Ounnlngham,
C.'l'.j Sadie Peck, V.T.i.TB.flall.Beo.i,
Auul'i Kelly, A.S.; Alex Dpsllrisny,
F.Sj; Oiirrie Carr, treus.; Thn, Ken-
tnr-ly. chap.; Albert Cntos, 'Mi; May
Grant, D.M.'j Fannie McKao, R.H.S. j
Null... Ililloy, L.H.S.J Clara Biggins,
guard; Thos Kelly, aontinel; H £
.fi.liiiKi.il, P. C. T. The lodge is inn
IIt.ih- sliiug cunditiou anil t|ie. attend-
inic... i. large every Friday evoning.
What Drnnkenneru Will do for tea.
Kybu wish to be alwnyl thirsty, bo
[ *n drunkard | the oftener you drink,
I the oftener you will want to.
If you wish to prevent your friends
f linn raising you In the world, baa
drunkard, and that will defeat all their
.ellbi'ts.   a
11 you would effectually counteract
t your attempts to do well, be a drunk-
Sard, and you will not bo diftippoiuted.
If you wish lo repel tlie endeavor.
1 of the whole human raoe to raise you
to character, credit, nnd prosperity, be
a drunkard, and you will mont apaurcd-
; ly tfttmph.,-    -.-■!.■   :
If you are determined to.be poor, be
. a drunkard, and you  will  be ragged
I and penniless to yiur heart's content.
>    If you wish to Btacver your family, be
a drunkard, and thou jou will consume
the menna of their auppprt.
,    If yun would be impusad upon  by
iknaves, boa drunkard, for that wjll
make their ttuk easy.
If you wiah tu be robbed, be a drunk-
aril, and the-thief will du it with greater safely.
If you wish to deaden  your flenses,
be a drunkard, nnd you  will aoon bo
mure stupid thnu an ass.
I   If you are reinlved to kill yourself,
be a drunkard, and you will hit   upon
i sure mode of self-destruction.
If you would oxpose both yonr folly
I aud your secrets, be a drunkard; thoy
f will run out aa the liquor runs' in.   '
j    It you think you are  strong,  bo a'
j drunkard, and you WiU'aoon Hnd your-
[ self subdued bv ao powerful au eoomy.
If you w6uld'#ft*jfitWf: J6Sf money
without knowing how,' ba a drunkard,
and you willdo it effectually.
If you are hated bv your family and
friends, bo a drunkard, and you will
lauiin ho mure disngroeable. '
If you would be a pest to sooiety, he
a drunkard, and society will avoid you
'a. an infection. *
If you would smash windows, break
'the pence, got your bones broken,
tumble under huraos nnd carts, and
bo put in the luck-up, bo a drunkard,
and it will bo strange If you don't
succeed.
| If you wish nil jftnnr prospects In life
mo be clouded, be a drunkard, and they
pill soon be dark enough.
If you would destroy your body, bo a
ilrunkard, as drunkenness is the mother of disease.
If you wish to ruin the ee'ul, be a
prunurdj that you moy be excluded
(rom heaven.
• . -*- •	
Tke Bi.au Evil.
The Chicago Western Catholic saya:
ii the Catholic parishe. attil tiniiiiigst
he Cathirlic. peuple,   the   wrong  nf
Irunkeliliesa is more apparent tliui iu
ny other place or amid any ir her
oople.   In thb first'placo, tho Catlio-
| ies as a mass are poor, and tho monoy
1 for drink is the money needed-fur
the necessities of life.   When the mm
Lr woman winks, the - children - gu
without shoes or clothing, and, being
lagged, are np,t lit tp go to school or to
[churcli.   'The result of this neglect of
education soon shows Itself in want of
jelf-respect — evil    associations - are
formed and- then crime follows.   The
Catholic man and woman who bring
> faithful child into this world—and
[thon take tha money necpsBnry  fur
making that child's life beautiful in
fcvery sense—corporally by proper foml
Jiind clothing—nnd spiritually by education, fitting for this life and the next,
land spend it iu satisfying their own
■low, grovelling -taste for liquor, are
Iworse than any other being creator! by
■God—worse, infinitely worso than the
Trle.il who tempted our first parents,
[for he set no bad example: h» simply
Jkdvised an intellectual being fo sin',
■whilst thoy trained an unformed intelligence W walk iu tht) paws of hell.
 *.'.'»■♦
Yelees Prom Ike Past.
The following statements of two of
(he nuled characters of former times
,o worthy of notice: "Dr. Johnson,"
rysBoswell, "Recommended jns io
link water only, for you are'then
laure not to get drunk, whereas if you
Jflrink wine you trt'neierteite,"' 'fBt_.
Iqept thou desire to hasten thy end,"
uid Sir Walter Raleigh, " take this,
or a fatieral-role:   that thou never
fld atflriutllidal heat; and the sooner
|hou doat begin to help nature, the
Kroner she will forsake tlioe and leave
KheotoIrustallogatKerto art." '
At a recent meeting in Lexington,
Ky., the largo opera houso wai tilled
'J oyeifltWlBjl to hear Mr. Geo. W.
lain iMIretid Wa own home, where
ne hat lectured many times before.
L prophet la not without honor in his
bwn country.
The A.tors, of New York, who own*
Hve hundred houses md large real es-
-rate, have rsoSntly dsddtd not to rent
lo liqtfor dealAs.   the'great Trinity
■churoh  is also free from tho curie.
(Prohibition ia marohing on.
—i ♦ : .—	
' The latest style in ladies' silk snd
beaded dolmans now showing at tho
Olobe Houm. dmy3t3
-'^'.*>*.W>-T!,-',-,a.|..
till I give
■y'tMp
rmOTMER'S STltATAfiM ^
Thsrb is no- lovelier'village in tho Empire Slate than l'ranironia, thp'ugh;tblsi|i«
not Its reajl liaino. neither shall I
the real names of the characters
will HgtirJ'lB tlio fdllowing story, Hiatal
they nre real people un I yet upon tho
stage ol action.
"i mn so sorry, mother, tlmt Mary ia so
deceived in young Morion," said Ilenry
Goliling, ns lm came into Mrs. Uolding*s
pleasant parlor one summer evening.
"What do you mean, my son?" asked
the mother, looking up from her sewing,
"I had alWays'supposorl that Mr. Morton
was a gentleman. He certainly belongs
tor one of our best families."
"That is true, mother dear, but this
'gentleman' of 'one of our first families'
is at this very moment half-drunk at the
hotel ami acting like a fool."
"11 Harry I are you not misinformsd?"
said the mother, looking up with s horrified- expression.
".My eyes do not doeeive me, mother,"
the son replied. "1 have known Morton's failing for a long ti.rro, but Mary is
ns llrm as a rock. She will not believe
anything to tho pr.rju lice of her lover."
Mrs. Holding wus sorely troubled.
"Drunkenness is such a shameful
vino," she said. ' "\Wreli a man once degrades himself so much, what can restore
■Mm? To tliihk of our sweet Mary a
drunkard's wife. Ul,! I irannpt, cannot
bear it." An|l»tho tears loll plentifully.
"I)o not distress yours.H, mother," said
the young man. r'.Terliups wo can save
hor."
"Sister Molllol" he called up the stairway, for Mary was writing inrlior room.
"Won't you please come niid walk with
your poor, tlrod brother this evening?
Tii * moon will be soon np, nnd iho air is
deliifhtful.'''
, "Yes, .Harnr, I will cdii*o,-"'said llii
.youug giH, trippine ilo>vn the stairs w.tn
n scurf thrown lightly abont her shoulders. "I'oorlroy! lie confines himself
■lo closuly to his business."-i
Thn brother nml sister sauntered slowly down the Village street.
"The moonlight is so beautiful upon
the water, sister. IVe will go down to
the river-side. Seo, I.uiia is just peeping above the tree-tops. How beauti-
f*»l'' . 77'-'
, .Biit something elan just then attracted
Mary Gdlilhig's attention.
Tliey were passing the hotel, and sho
beard hor lovers voico amid tho drunken
clamor which filled the air.
Could that be Clarence ?
In the glare of light she could see distinctly a tall, graceful young man tossing
glass after glass of brandy down hia
throat. Sho lie ud profane and ribald
words, such as she had never heard before, spoken in his well known voice.
"OHarryl Do you you hear?" she
gasped, clutching his arm for support.
"Merciful Heaven I can that bo Clarcnco
..Morton 7"
"My dear sister, this is no new thing,"
said her brother, clasping his arts about
her. "I have seen this too often to bo
surprisod. Poor Clarence! What can
he be thinking of to destroy himself ?"
"And not only that, but do you see tho.
young men about him ? I am sorry, driiir
brother, but I must go home." And
Mary Holding turned her steps homeward.
The moonlight upon 'tho water waa
forgotten, and Harry Molding wai sin,'-
ing a glad Te Deum in his heart that at
last his loved sister saw her lover as
othen saw him,
A tall, broad-shouldered young man
passed them ns they walked silently
along,
"Whither "away. Barton? An armful
of books, as usual, said Henry Golding.
"Do you never rest 7"
"Sever before I am weary," replied
the young man, bowing respectfully io
Miss Mary, "I hope to graduate this
terra."  :,'■..
"A splendid young man,l' Bald Henry
Golding to his sister whon Mr. Ballon
had passed out of hearing. "Ho will
mako his mark in the world."
But Mary's heart was tod full to heed
her brother's words.'
The studious young man had shown
hor marked attentions, but her heart
Itn I been preoccupied Snd she acarcoly
kuewhim. ' • •
i'i rrence Morton was greatly astonish al wnon, at his next visit to his be-.
tr' lliorl wilo, Bho gave him buck his rinr-,
saying:
"All is ended between us. I saw you
lu-t evening ot the.hptel,"   ,
~u know too well that remonstrance
iiri-n'.rcaty was useless, nnd left, growl-
ill.'tint itwaB "deuced hard iftiybiiiig
ii'How couldn't have a bit of luu."
Tire "bit of fun" lasted through Clarence Morion's worthless life, iiml" he did
tiiilnineuted und scarcely knbwu, While,
the ppnniles young student has been lor
y- ui s one of tho leading citizens of l'ran-
cuniri.
Mary Golding |ras fpf more tlinn a
-scfiro'of yenrs boon |ho happy wife ol
Judgo Itarton, nnd lias never-euaseil liV
lib grateful for Ihe success of her brother's
str.itagum. i .-
Ov.rwork-Mirall.Il.aror..
tlioro aro men in Atlanta who carry
a holpless arm at thoir sides as the result
of acting as pall-bcarera at the funeral of
a friend. A metallic casket w iglis about
jive hundred pqipi Is; witti a tuiiii s body
enclosed over six linn [re.l pnuu Is. '1 he
handles by whicli tub. i-nskut is carrinl
tiro awkwardly placed and cruel to the
hand. Fall-bearers as a rule are mon of
sedentary life and unm-rusto nod to lifting heavy weights. By e-iirying uneven-,
|y, the larger weight of tbu co .rn is often
thrown on one mini, Hu will not drop
It, and the result is an arm peiiniin"ntiy'
sprained. It is notorious that two or.
tbrao-nail-bearers at ouch funeral suffered from the effect of it for days afterword. What should be done ia this:
I'very undertaker should havo four
trained men to carry tho cu I'm. These
could do it easily an I without the delay
in. irlont to the. presut mutliol.. Tho
■Ji-ill-bearors, wearing bn.iges mil rnpe,
ciiiild follow the co.lin walking, as te*i-
iia)lry Of thlr love lor the diiiotueil and
syuipathey for tho family. Tlioehangii
plight be a shock at first but the iiui ut-
taker who inaugurates tb(i custom will
irevall at last,, n ■ ■' '
' uaeoronl and Chaos.,
Brook tho quantity of ths macaroni
needed for the family into hot Water, and
boil abont 'fifteen minutes; then pout
oil' tho water, and put a layer iuto a deep
dish; then a spr'jiklo of cracker crumb**,
ahd somo bits of broken or shaved (not
grated) cheese. Season with salt, ond so
fili the dish, leaving space for a last or
tbp layor of thq' cfackpi* crumbs. Foul
ovor all enough tnllk to moisten, and
liake slowly lor three-fourths of au hour.
It is* dish (lt lots king,       .
Thp grave olr of patronage and superiority with which littlo children olten regard babies Is something delicious.   A
child.: whose. age Is to Ibe counted in
iiiiinllis seems very, very young to ouo
who lias touched ihe dl.n'ty of yean.
Sar.I a visitor lo a certain Tin.o girl:
"Ami l.ow Ib the baby todnv, f'losslo?"
".M.iiiirna tuiuks ho ia n ll.'tio better."
Then tin is not uiiicli l.ellet?"
'"No, ina'ani. It. coiililn t lie very much
heller, you know, because ho's such s
littlo bit ol a baby," -   ~ -.
'JAMtslsmoi
—" —j oc)
 somtga ul. too Aiuugn, uiuiijjii. ,
by * distressing Cough, whioh deprlvr
 " leep andrest.  I hadnHdjrar
iFobtaJilng reUef.
"It SinmI My Ub"
la a eommon expression, often heard
from thoso who havo realized, by personal use, the curative powers of Ayer's
Cherry Peotoralir.wicounot say enough
in praise ot Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, believing as I do.(hat, bnt ter its uso, I
should long sines havo died from lung
troubles.-E. Biagdon, Palestine, Tex.
ago I had a severe
Lungs, brought on
""■ """— 'rived
varl-
-   —•'anto,
 ^__ T   A mend ad-
vlaadmeto try
ArfSfs Charry Pectoral.
I dlCso, and am happy to say that It
balnea me at once.   By continued use
thia      -   -- 	
SB	
Coburn, 18 Becond
I have tued Ayer's Cherry Peotoral
forsrer a year, and sincerely believe I
noS tssn tor thia mifdlcine. Jt has cured
ot a dangerous affection of tho lungs,
-Ihlhad almost despaired of ever
a remedy.—D, A.- MoMallen,
' jvinoe of Ontario.
Pectoral saved my llie.
severo Cold
'I consulted
-lodios they
rtaln relief
mMldno
rh.*JB«t-:
Ihio.     tt
s medicine cured my cough, and, I
i satisfied, saved my lifo. - Mrs. E.
bum, 18 Becond St., Lowell, Mass.
Hotel toJLease!
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"QUI|EN?S" HPT$L,
Corner of Clement A Columbia Sts.
Applyto   :
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DEPARTS
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For particulars, apply to
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Victoria,
orto      W. J. MATHERS,
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INDEPENDENT
•mwm, wir cwtossiOM business.
OWNERS OP FARMS Olt OITY LOTS
to sell will have tlielr Interests, as
well as tuyere, carefully guarded In all
transactions, and no extras put on flrst
prlees.
Always havo good bargains ln Vancouver Lots.   ■*-'■*■ j
Correspondence solicited.
WM. CLAKK BEM,—
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dapistc v'AaraOTrvam,
PWIiL MUIEB,
IS PREPARED   TO   EXECUTE ALL
!■! KINDS OF
Furnace, Boiler Seating, and
t'hlmney Building and
Rciinlring.
HRIOK^LAYING
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
ESTIMATES given for every description of work.
order, may be left with U. T. Read A
Co., Columbia St., New Westminster,
 dapflto
TABLE
Showtsg the Sstei snd Plscei or
CossU of Assise. Kill Prlni, snd
Oyer snd Terminer, for (he
T«H* 1888.
SPRINO ASSIZES.
[On VAncouvrh Island.]
Victoria .....Holiday 21st May
Nanalmo Tuesday Uth Juno
|0N MAINl.ANIi.j
NewWestmlnster... Wednesday ...2nd May
Knm loops Monday 'Hi June
Clint.., ...Monibiv lltli Juno
FALL ASSIZE!*,
[On Maisi.anitJ
Rlirlrflold Motiiluy. loth Sept'r
Clinton WeilneNiliiy,<2lltli ReptTr
Kamloops .....Mondny lstOot'r.
Lytton Monday nth Oot'r.
NewWcstralnster,Wedncsday..l'tb Nov'r
TON Vanoouvki Island. 1 '
Vleloria.... .Monday, rath November
Nanalmo.. Tuesday .....Ith Deoember.
ilap2Tnil
0.1.1    .	
LumuiVHOI.
s.o.
NOTSSVSHUe
LAND SURVEYORS.
|<|HIIHWW|I
AND C0UVEYANCER8,
AaaNiB ran
FIBS.-jfh. Western of Toronto,'Th. JKl-
na, ^bvOllyef London, and Tbe Hnrt-
fonf^ ..
SIFfgi-The New York Life Insuranen Cp.
At'flW!ST.-TlioTniyc|ei>l n| Hurlfuril.
. teak Swrveylaafn all Its liranciies aeen-
rately and puunptly oarrleil out,.
l'liy*n*i>l>«rltanUtail.n>rM->. We
oan snow a complete list of deslrnble localities.
Faraahag Uads.;-Imaroved and unlm-
proved,trI»u«houilSaillBlrlet.
Mlnlaf »d .Ihl* S««S bought * sold,
N.neylal«an on Rrst morlgngo at low
rates. 	
TBLKPnONK CALL No. 83.
P.O. DnAWRu W.
WOODS,IUKNKKt«tMHLK,
OFFIOI, [lUH'l lUU,    •    COUIMIM IntET
,   1WW WESTMINSTER. '■"
 .III'IM, "I
Land n-'itlstrj' Orillnance, 1870.
Lot No. 5, llloek XII, nml Lot No. 2,
Bluclt SXIII, iu lire City nf New Westminster, i j..
» CBIITIFTOATE OF INDEKIiAHlBI.K
A Title I'tf tlie abovrr-tnciilliined IM*
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8SII1 dny nt May, ISSS, unless In llio iiuriiii-
time rl vnli'l iibjlltrMilll Hi.ti-itIii la- inailati.
tlio nlirJerslgneil lu wrlUrrj- liy sumo pcr-
snn irlrrliiilim an estate nr interest In said
T,OtS Ol' Sllllll- piirt I lUTt'l'll',
It. W. ARMHTltONU,
Iioputy Registrar:,
Lnml IliTiilstry Otliee,
New Westminster,21st I-'olr., 1888..
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(^WaplSyl,'   ■      *•'
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STKEET,
New Westminster, B.C.
.** HiillsMcllon guaranleoil,      dapla*Ui
City Laundry
JOE   QUI.
HAVINO LBABKD AND FITTK0 UP
a Hhop on llallns Hlreel* nearly opposite Mr. wise's stable, Is now prepared
lo undortnku the work of a
General Laundry*,
Competent men employed, and work
guariiuiecil. Having engaged a Wagon
for delivery, clothes will be delivered
promptly lu any part of the oity. First-
class references given If required. A trial
order solicited. Prices will be found as
low us iu any Urst-closs establishment.
Families taken at speolal rates.
' norOrders may ha left at Mr. Dickinson's
BuleherKhop, ColumblaBt. djafitc
CASTORIA
fw Infantg ahd Children.
wrthrt I Ctetnl. ems Beast OtMAatfo^
w"™" I Kill. Wonas, »Ik. fleer, ul JWMK.
».*.   |wi£w°li)ailiiiiiBHlieMta.       .
- •'O.rtortol.Boir^fttoiWMi-IslHirBiitli.l | Costertamnt Cehe,
[recommend It utayeihn- ta tayyieusrlytii
'—-*t>'ma.'»     KA.Asaakt.K.o^A
IH te, OiA**d 8t>i Bnotdji*. K.
Invertavish Nursery
SPKCIAL OFPKR FOB 1888.
TNOHUKK TO INTRODUCE mjr Pl«nt»
1 as widely as possible,,! make the fol-
lowlnjolftr:
ror $11 win send free by moll one each
ol the follmmin PMau, nil eonwrtlf l-t-
lielled, my selection nf VBrletlBB—
1 QERANiUM,       1 FUCHSIA,
1 OAKNATION,       1 HEtloBRbMT,
1 AOEKATUM, I      I IXIBELIA,
1 GLADIOLUS,        1 PANSY,
1 SELAOINELLA (Ornamental Moss).
The cataloguo price of these Plants Is
tun.
Send for my Illustrated Catalogue of
Plants and Seeds.  Seutfree.    .
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d wapOml Noimi Saanicu, B. C.
Dominion^Lands.
TF .YOU ARE PAYING FOB YOUR
X Pre-emption or for rent of Mlningor
(jriiKlng Land, or buying Farm, Mining
or any land from the Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY CASH
But pay in
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Hcount,
_.... can bee
quantities from
Scrip can be obtained ln large or small
■■■unit'--- *—
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HAJSTKBIBS,
WINNIPB8,   MANITOBA,
.     OB FBOTjt
TUK BASK OF BRITISH COWSBIi,
NEW WESTMINSTER
j dwmhflle _
To San Frisco, CaL,
BV WAY OF THI
AND CONNECTIONS.
THE MT. SHASTA WHITE.
Quicker In Time tlum nnr other
Route between
klutalsT id la him
6r»nd Scenic Boite tt the Nelle
Co»H.""""!    '
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.   TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For Accommodation of Seeond-Class Passengers, attached to Express Trains,
Fare from Portland, to Sacramento .and
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E. P. ROGERS,
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tsaetttmtt.
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BRITISH   COLUMBIA
THOMAS ALLSOP
HENRY S.  MASON
CUYLER A.  HOLLAND
LAND,   )
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, - 56 New Broad St. ■ LONDON, ENGLAND.
The Business of ALLSOP ft MASON hw been merged In tin .bore OQaqaii-f
ud will be curled on by the Company from this date u a goneral Land Inrtatm-tat
and Insnrance Agenny.
, MONET TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rata.  Town Loti and Far-Bin
Lands for Sale on easy terms.
Viotoria, B. 0„ May 16th, 1887.
•WW**
Steele Bros a Cos
SEEDS
ISTEELE BROSaCO.
EMPLOYMENT WANTB,
A PRACTICAL ENGLISH GARDENER
deilws to obtoln emplortoeat Jn u*
ranging gardens, botbedi. flower Mdi,
lawns and other work of that natun. Hu
a thorough knowledge of hli bmlnegg
and guarantees satisfaction. EiotllMt
lofereocei If required.
Address "War.," thia office,   dmblltc
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WHABP STREET ■ YlCTORIi.
North British »■(. Mewantll*
iDsnrance Co. for Mainland.
Hr, C. BEETON* CO.,
-86 Rnilmiy Circni,
* London. E. Oi
JOHNS. COX,
IMNITEI Mil lUlEI III
Fancy fe Poult!?
^t\\\\\m\\at *
II CeMs Urn Marc la Keep Goad Fewls
than II Daes ta Reep Peer Fawli»
My Breeding Pens are equal to any ln
the United States or Canada.
I propose to furnish Eggs from Premium
and Flret-clasB Fowls, my design being to
establish a reputation that will last.
Cash must accompany all orders. Address, with stamp,
JOHN a COX.
dwmhSto New Westminster.
W.E.AUSTIN,
DIALER IR l
General Imhhl
S(W WMnilJfSTKB, B. C.
Hayand Feed
wood & COAL
(THE BEST QUALITY).
Dry Goods, Boots A Sbo«w,
Provisions & Ororeries.
FARMERS' "llARDWARE,
Bopes tmtsm,
•arAsweuso no whisky or tobocoajwo
can. by tompemte habits and curetul eoo«
nomy, serve the puhUo a.t wpeolally low
rates. , dwjal2tc
IMPERIAL
FiRE INSURANCE COMf'Y.
I OLunROiu8l.a«41IPAI,lMAli,
LONDON.
INSTlTFtEO 1808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES *OTHB»
B«lMlngB, Goods, Wan., Morahaa-
dUo, Manulaclurliig nud Fanning Stock,
Ship. In Port, Harbor or Dook, aad th.
Cargo., of such VhwI. I aUo, Shin MM.
Inii aiid l'linairing, Bat-gas and othw V«-
sols on iiaviTTalrle riven aad ceo*lt, aad
Goods on board suoh VumI., throaghimt
Gnat Britain anil Inland nod In Foreign
Countrlc,
rKimiflss on bakwb ir mi
SribinrllKil and InvBBtHt CafMI,
•61,(500,000 8-TG*.
Rtito. ol I'r.miara and .very liifnnn.
Hoc im, he obtain<rd on aropUcatioii to
W. J. ABMSHMWi,
AgealHs M.V W*n**tiutoi*.
Mill Wer
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE UUJJSCBIBER8 ARE NOV PUB-
PARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SIN8LE RIBS
At Six-clal low Rates.
SnjiBf aad AU Sinds of Aung
he1?!
Done at Shortest Notloe;
.^--*..t^ delivered to any part of
tbe City.
Orders by Telopbono will receive nrorapt
attention,
N9*8tnbtQii nearly niipoxlte C. P. B. De*
not, OoliirabfuSt., NewWestmlnster.
djallto      QILLEY BROS. fton.
DRESS MAKING
At MIS8 JBJWDre8,(
(IiATI OF EHQUKD)
Corner o( chnnrhand Columbia Street.,
NKW WB8T1IWBTBR   "
larsatlBfaottoninaruitMd.    d****'
OOME AND SEE I
W. H. HQLDSN,
MAVISO TAKEN  POBBKMHp* OT
tb. "TempsmnM Houm,"rtoatlDjj
rolaBtjIa.DJ Cborab wrwu.oppurtt.
tb. EplHopal CUunrb, and now known _
FARMERS'HOME!
Will aeconunodal. tb. tranlUc«nMI.
at tbe followlni ral—
Board par dajr««
"     " wSk
Blnel. Meals.	
BedB..,.^.™™., 	
•■.Good aarommodatlon lor *uadles and
fanUllM. m)«e
Flowers for sale
mm
roolf 7o Lick Sen*; Iwof Safr
EMPLOYIIOT OFFICE
Chinese LaborJTontraoted.
Clearing Land and Cutting
Cordwood.
fook wcTico.,
COLTTMBIA STREBT,
Near Cleveland Hotel,
NewWewmlnaUr.
w
niTO'rioB.
E THE UNUERSIONED HEREBY
five notlco that thirty ilnys nfler
dote we Inlenil to apply lo tin. Oil lrl Onm-
m ss uner ol Lrnirls and Works (or pcr-
inlBBlon to loon fprlimberpnrposos tlm
ful low) rrn ilcscrllifil lands:
Plot No. l.-Twenty mn., more or loss,
Bltuateil about, twenty miles /rom Harrison Springs All tiro West shore of Harrison
lake, bounded by the lake anil mountain.
Ploi No. 2,-Tcti acre., more or less, situated nbout twonty.tvM miles Imm Harrison Sprlmreon Urn West sM.ef Harrison
Lake, bonnrlerl by shoro anil monn tnin.
oii tlie West
t*,***5! '"'-.""-rjl by shoro ami munn nun.
Plot No. H-Thrro hundrerj acres, more
pr lens, sllnatwl about twenty-live miles
rrom HarrlBou spr ng; on West shore,
orooBlle North end of bl. Island, called
uHalf-way Point," bounded by mounum
and-shore.
Plot No. -.-One linndred aeres, moreor
l»Mllt«ited on West shore of Harrison
Jflfil 5K"t.'*•*','.>'""!.■' between [Silver
aKTSna-Blio^ M""' b,,"",,'* b" ,,»'»"-
B.MniwS»^.rif.Won0Ll1.,e;
opposite big Bllde.boinded'bysbSreanu'
mountain.
,..%.'X?*fc:'r'J"*,*"!,*M*!»a» et le»s,sli-
■*S'o',l!'i*l WoB' "L1.0" Jl, Harrison Lake,
SS? W "bftvo Wg tme, bounded by
mountain and shore, -    ■    J
Plot Na 7,—Ten aeres, more or leu. situ.
atMorjWe.1 shore of ASffiiSkiVslj
mlm from Douglas, boubded kr moun-
tamand shore.
Plot No. i-ritts
Westof Port *"*•
, more or less,
bo>^'WUjMKl^W«wXo™ffi
Plot No. *. -Two hundreii tiere., more or
tehJltuated on West .lite of Llllowt
Hlver and North sde of Sluirket Creek!
bounded bv Sliioket CreekfLlia1;llrret
and mountain.
«^L°'.N.?* '?tO"» bundred aeres,more
piiAW*1.11 m •&'• !-ae "' I- llooct
River, about foui mile, from tbo river*,
mouth.
Wai So. ll.-Plfly acres, more or less,
situated nbout one mile of rear of Douglas
on the wagon road. ..«>.».«.
H.nl»»R,v.rTa,fARTW*80!r-
April md, IKS. dnpSml
EST1BLI8HKD 18W.
ROBT. DieKIKSOH1
BUTOH ERi
Hearty Ifpoilte tke CelesUinM,
NEW WESTMINMBK
THE URGKST AMD OHMOW
uaortmnt of nil dwiription. of ■
MEATS AND VEOTAHO
Constantly on hnnd, and supplied to Fobb-
IIIm, Reitaurul., and 8t»unboa»t at tk*
LOWEST POSSIBLK PWCI8.
CHINA 4 JAPAti
CELW»ATEDT»,
InbroldoredSllkfieoti,
Ikavhj seneiit BetfiSli,
Dreulot «•*•», 11*^ Itc.
 ALSO—
Forc«iaii,sitii*i*t,CHlMiae,
Breaie, lT«rr,8Hillw*M<and
ClriMofEverjrDMoiiptta.
Hoping thnt yon will lionor us wltb row
visit, wo remain toit respectfullyyonn,
Kwong on Wo&Cfc
ntONTSTl
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Au Bon Marche Walker k Shadwell
Until) gJritUh Columbian
Oatunloy Evening, nay «. 1888.
' The Richrtond tanhory will com.
iaeno6 operations thertly.
The Btr. Adelaide went down to
Wostliara island thia morning.
The latest atyle in ladies' silk and
beaded dolmiiDB now ihowin** at the
Globe House. dray3-t3
- Military District No. 5, Montreal—
Lt.-Col. Houghton becomes D.A.O.,
vice Van Stranbenzie.
Plans of- the real estate to be stld at
Mr. Beidt's auction to-inurniw night
con ba ooen at Mb store, , iuy4-2t
, The steamer Rainbow left for Victoria this morning with Sfteon tons of
farm produce and a number of ptuuen-
«•*.'-'•'
It ie now stated that the sculling
contest between Paine and Ball will
take plane in Esquimalt harbor instead
of Slia.wnigo.ti lake.
The str. Irving arrived down from
Chilliwhack this afternoon with 138
. bales of hay, 31 packages butter and
eggs, 7 calves and 20 passengers.
A lady writes! "I was enabled to remove the corns, root and branch, by the
nso of Holloway's Corn Cure." Othen
who have tried it- have tbo siinie expert.
enoe.jy.ujr-- ti ..,. ■-;...-
The chaingang Iibb nry nicely graded the lot on which the old gaol stood,
* and it is greatly improved. It is now
ready for the erection uf tlm new city
Hfflf
A dispatch from, Ottawa says that
Judge-King, of New Brunswick, is
mentioned as probable successor to the
lato Judgo Henry, of tbu Canadian
Supreme conrt,
It is stated that a syndicate has purchased the Victoria Standard and will
mike it on independent evening paper. An independent paper Is greatly
needed in Victoria.
The fish market was supplied with a
greater variety of fish to-day than for
some months past. Among the display made at Vianen's were crabs,
salmon, halibut, oolachans, trout,
sturgeon and salmon trout,
Ayer'a Pills are tbe best cathartic for
correcting irregularities of the stomach
and bowels. Gentle, yet thorough in
their action, they cure constipation, stimulate tbe appetite and digestive organs,
and strengthen the system. '
The steamer Dunsmuir arrived from
Nanaimo thii afternoon with thirty
tone of' coal and Mrs. Mordon, Miss
Willis, J. Engloy, J, Hamilton, J,
Nicholson, J. Bute, J. McLean, Lord,
SulHvan, Ketchem, J, Elliott.
In reluming tho vordict in tho McGregor inquest the jury expressed
thair opinion that Mr. ltankin, of
the Holbrook House, had done everything possible for the rolief of tho sick
man up to the time of his death.
' Tbh provincial government la nfler-
ing a bounty of 45 for the head nf
evory wolf or panther killed in a settled district of, the province. From
July, 1883, fill tho first of this month
the bounty was $2.50 for each hend.
That feeling of weariness, bo often experienced In the spring, results from a
**  condition ol tne blood which,
i, does not quicken with the
Ayer's SarsapariUa,
eleanring the blood,
J Invigorates the system.
The juryman, whon loss we chronicled yeaterday, hu recovered all the
idMm artiolo. with the exception of
the weelati prediction. A diligent
March h being made (or thl latter, and
then lutin good pi-pooll for Un re-
oovery. -' "'■
Wt have reoeived from Messrs.
Palmer * Bey, the will-known San
Franciaoo dealers lu printers; materials,
» wp*f of Uwft*' specimen book fer 1888.
The book is got np in excellent stylo,
and shovi afreet variety o( busutiful
'^AMi^riilBg -eohtempomy, th.
VaueWHir Kites, appears this uintn-
isg is a lix-Mgi paper. The sheet
liMbWH—lidslllrlj ndiced in sine,
and thi additioailtwo p*((es nd.l nil...
gather something over a column tn its
 "**BV'Hi*iBnii(Wi.   The Antra is
fcarnotourtoct enlerpritiug
OtWnff.CfyWWelnrt^^
lei. Hamilton's EcirirnlrlcHln,
A few days ago an item appeared iu
this paper stating that Col. P. S. Hamilton hid been placed In charge of au
officer at Winnipeg under the belief
that lie is insane, Kev, W. B. Sec-
combe, who left several days ago .lor
the oast, happened to bo on. the oamc
train im the colonel, and from Foil
William (hoad^f Lake Superior)' lm
writes oi follows undor dato of April
30": ''Col. Hamiltorinasbeoii'aaiiimrti
of considerable trouble to ns. At VVrv
pella he got off, and thoy had to stup
the train and go back for him. He
refused to get on, but tho conductor
collared him and put him on by force.
At MooSomin the conductor got one of
the mounted police to take eliarge of
him on the train. Several times bo
grabbed his valise and coat nud wrrutud
to get off the train and walk, believing
that bo could walk fastor than tbo
train was going. We bad to watoh him
all the timo. Tho poor fellow looks
most wretched."- Mr. Soccombo says
he found snow still on the ground
about Fort William, and Thunder Bay,
at Port Arthur, was frozen solid..
j-—-—. ,\ .. '» .-—--—~ ,
Mai Fisblna. '
Mr. Thos. Mowat's trip to Victoria'
resulted in his obtaining much valuable information anent the seal Usher-
ies, and tho results of -his Investigations will, no doubt, prove of much as-,
sistaiico to thb flsherids 'dcjinrtmont
in tho negotiations being carried on nt
present in .connection with the Behring1 Sea seizures. Tho inuat of the
information ubtnined ciinuot be anade
public at present, being veiy impprt-
ant aiid the publication of Which might
do more harm than good. Mr. Mowat
could not find any positive proof that
the Healers aro arming to riraist the
United States revenue cutters, though
it is reported some of the Bchoonurit
havo laid in a stock of dynamite shells.
They will carry the ususl number of
men and arms, but beyond that nothing definite could bo learned. The
sealers who have returned from the
west coast of Vancouver Island report
tho seals to be more numerous than
for many years past, while a .few do-
oloro they have never been so plentiful. The claim of the Alaskan Commercial Oompany, that all seals go to
the islands of St. George and St Paul
to pup, hasbeen disproved by the positive information from different sources
that the pups aro numerous during the
season from Cape Flattery northwards
to Behring Seo. Tbe pups ore frequently washed ashore at Cape Flattery after a storm, and the Indians often capture and rear them.. Tho American government is endeavoring to arrange a close season for seal fishing,
which, if accomplished, will) in the
opinion'of British Columbia scalers,
practically kill our seal fishing industry, as the season opens much earlier
in the wators along the coast of Oregon.
Washington Territory and British .Columbia than in Behring's Sea. All
sealers clearing from Victoria aro
warned by the customs authorities that
operation! in Behring Sea will be carried on at their own risk ddring the
coming season, or until the negotiations in progress between the two governments aro ended.
Worms derange tlie whole system.
Mother Graves' Worm Kxterminator deranges worms, and fives rest to the sufferer, It only coats twenty-live cents to
try it and be convineed.
The Queen at the Hot Springs.
Bpcclitl lo lim Colilliibliin.
Si. Ai.ii:i; Hotel, May 5.--Capt.
Cooper's steamer Fairy Queen, fi-tu
Westminster, arrived nt tire lint
Springs all right lust night. She will
bo quite 1111 addition tu tlie attractions
of Uritsli Columbia's great watering
placo. '
Surrey.
' (Onnqiondeace of th. Column..,)
Thi ranchers ate picking np courago
again and think they will make n fortune out of their farms yet, and several speak of getting married noxt fall if
crops turn out good; somo of them are
going to wait till they make a stake out
of the railway that, in the near future,
will paiB through "this Surroy of oun,"
But ono rond in particular is getting
so well trumped down that it looks ns
though wo may have a wedding beforo
n hundred years.—* lur custom house
officer, Mr. Chantrell, has been doing
his duty towards one or two of the
Bottlers who were found carrying American goods into British Columbia-
Mr, Alex. MurchiBon has purchased a
first-class outfit and will run a stage
between Aldergrovo, Langloy and
Westminster, leaving the former for
town nn Monday and returning on
Tuosday. We all hope Alex, will do
well, ob ho tries to have everything as
comfortable as possible for travellers.
—Miss Gussie DeBeck, of Westminster, was visiting frionds in Elgin and
Clover Valley last week. Mias Dora
and Maudio Haines, of the oity, aro
visiting in Aldergrovo.
.     SILK RIBBONS I
Those of our readers who would like to
have an elegant, large package of extra
fine, Assorted Ribbons (by mall). In different widths and all the latest fashionable shade*; adapted lor Bonnet Strings,
Neckwear, Scarfs, Trimming for Hats
and DrBsses, Bows, Fancy Work, Ac,
can get an astonishing big bargain, owing
to the recent failure of a large wholesale
Ribbon Manufacturing Co., by sending
ouly 25 cents (stamps), to tlio addross
we give below.
As a specitd offer, this house will give
ilotiW-r tho amount of any other firm in
America if you will send tho names and
P.O. address of ten newly married ladles
when ordering and mention the name of
this paper. No-pieces less than one yard
In length. Satisfaction I. guaranteed, or
monoy cheerfully refunded.. Throe packages for OO cents.   Address,
Uismr.N RinmiH AlrBNirv,
dwnplOyl Jersojf City, N. J.
Hr. 0. W. Macully, Pavilion Monti-
tola, B. C, writes: "Dr. Thomas' Eolee-
trio Oil is tho but medicino I over nsod
for Rheumatism. Nearly every winter 1
am laid up vritji. Rheumatism, and have
tried noarly every kind of imrdiclno without gutting any benefit, until I used Dr.
Thomas' Eolectrio Oil. It lias Worked
wonders foe "me, aid I wait another supply for my friends, 4c:"      ■-'■.-■       '■'
personal.
Miss S. Bowes, of Vancouver, is in
the city.
H. Shutlleworlh, of Hope, is a guest
at the Colonial,.
J. A, Webster Is expected to return
to tho oity to-morrow.
C. G. Mnjor returned from Victoria
•/in, Vancouver last evening.     ,
"Capt. Smallliold eamo over from Victoria last night on thn, steamer Rain-
tow. -
II V. Edmonds wont over to Vancouver tliis morning and returned this
nfternoon.
Dr. DeWolf Sinith loturiiod. today,
from Victoria where hu bin been attending Ihe meoliiig of tho nioilieal
council.
Miss Mtiriin ciiiiio ovor from Vancouver this afternoon to spend Sunday
with hor mother, MrB. F.X.Martin, who
iB still undergoing treatment at St.
Mary's hospital.   ,
Mrs. J. L. Stamford and children,
accompanied by Miss Steele, loft today for a three months visit to their
former home in Dundas, Ont. They
woro accompanied to tho junction by a
number of friends. .
Mr. Alex. Ewen greatly, enjoyed his
visit to Ottawa but returns more
pleased than ever with British Colombia. Ho Bays Mr. Ohisholm has been
in good health all winter and is looking
well. Mr. Chisholm has been working
hard in tho interests of this district
generally and tho oity of Westminster
in particular, and his efforts are expected to prove of much benefit to tho
wholo constituency.
Col. McGregor, who has been spending the post two weeks in Victoria,
turned up rather unexpectedly this
afternoon and let at rest the various
conflioting rumors of which tlio stroet
has been'full for some time. ' Tho colonel returned alone, and refuses to be
interviewed with reBpept to the Becret
mission which took Vim 'to the provincial capital. HiB many friends will
bo glad to learn that ho comes back
robust in all his montal and -physical
powora.
 . . .   - .
The cheapest medicine in uso is Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric . Oil, because so very
little of it is required to offeot a euro.
For oroop, diphtheria, and 'diseases of
the lungs and throat, whether used for
bathing tbe chest or throat, for taking
internally or inhaling, it hi a matchless
compound.
*M*********^t***g'   ;
Late Despatches.
rAKNIU's WISHES.
, Loxiios, May 4,—The Dublin Freeman's Journal says that Mr. ■ Parnoll
will make an important address at the
Eighty Club dinner on tho 8th instant.
Mr. Pamell believes, it says, that Iho
agrarian inovoment in Ireland may bo
conducted with sufficient effect without a collision with the religious fcol-
i'ngk<pf Irishmen:l; Kill desires that tho
Irish people shall give due weight lo
tho wishes of the Vatican in matters of
failli ind monrla, wliilrr at the same
time insisting on their claim that politically Irish opinion and judgment
must bo supremo. Mr, Parnell's
health, the paper lip, is improved,
though it is still necessary for him to
be very careful. Ho hopes to be fully
restored in a few months.
AS INSl'lT TO   1IU.HNIA.
. Paek, May 4.—Tho directors of the
Comptoir d'Escompto have failed to
negotiate the proposed Russian loan of
nOO.OOOiOOO" nubias, the RuBsian
authorities having indignantly refused
to accede to'the demand for special bo-
cuiity which has * hitherto been demanded only in the case cf Turkish ap
plications for loans.
A ItLIllllTINU MONOFOLV.
WABBEtaTO***' May 4.— Sooretary
Vilas to-day sent to congress a report
from the govornor of Alaska giving tlm
result of his inquiries into tho operation of the Alaska seal and for company, the Alaska Commercial Company. Governor Swineford bIiowb that
tbe far trade Is practically monopolized by the Alaska Commercial Company,
whioh corporation, he Bays, had not
confined its operation! to the seal
island, leased to it by the government,
but has gathered to' itself about all
there is valuable in tho fur trade in
the whole oountry, ' He describes how
tbo natives, ou pain of starvation, are
kept at tho mercy of the company, and
how the paid agents and lobbyists of
tho corporation uro kept at the national capital to oppose any and every
effort which may be made to promote
the welfare of Alaska, and sojs there
hus boen u flagrant violation of the
law and executivo orders in regard to
tho importation and salo uf breech
loading firearms.
The government, Governor: Swineford adds, is responsible for the wrongs
which aro being suffered by tho inoffensive natives, tho peoplo of the
Aleutian Islands, and the whole of
northwestern Alaska, and if it cannot
legally bo rescinded, tho lease to and
contract with tho company ought not
to be renewed. -In the opinion of .the
governor it would be batter that overy
fur seal be exterminated than that
such a blighting monopoly Should bo
perpetuated. Secretary Friiichild has
informed tbe house that the lease of
tho right to tako fur seals in Alaska
far a term of 20 years from May 1st,
1870, was made on January 31 at, 1870,
to the Alaska Commercial Company, a
corporation of California, and that the
record!, so for as he is advised, don't
show iny violation of tho terms and
conditions of the lease. ,
Mr, T. C. llerohard, public school
teacher, Norland, writes: "During the
foil of 1861 I wu much troubled With
Biliousness and Dyspepsia, and part of
the time wis unable to attend tothe
duties of my profession, Northrop b
Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure wis recommended to tne,
and I have much pleasure ln stating that
I wos entirely cured by using on. bottle.
I havo not hod an attack of my old coin.
plaint since, and have gained fifteen
pounds In weight."
Children J Cryfor Pitcher'sCattorla
Wholesale city Market.
Beel,    portcullis J 7 ra lit 0 uo
Fork      .  "          8 10 h " 011
Mutton     "         1100 ii 13 00
Hldeslgr'n)"           4 008 6110
Potatoes     "           1 958 160
Cabbage    «          SOOaoiKr
Onions      ti       „,,„,.,  3MB 0 00
Wheat       "          1809 176
Oats          >t          160 if 176
Peas         **         ;,  1608 000
Bar,       per ton ..18 00800 00
Butter (rollK) per IIt....:  025$ 0 85
Ohocso,              tt     II 10 & 0 17
Bui's,     perdoz  n wim 0 w
(Jonlwond (retail) pel- t'orll...... 3 60 its  ' '"■>
BAPTIST CHURCH, Aenaa Nlr-et,
Emit of Mary Hlrirel. l.inl'H liny
Services at 11 a. 111. and 7 p. in. Snbliiilii
Hehool niiitllllile Class at 2-.:lu p. m. All
scats free; strnneerrr cordially welcomed.
METHOU1MT (TIlllHtlll, Mary HI.
Itev, J, II.White, I'rralnr. Hurvlei.snl
11 a. in, ami 7 i>. in. Smitliiy girhnol uml
lilliltr dims 3:111} p. 111. I'raycr Mt'i'Uiin oil
Tliill-srliiyKiit7.arii.nl. Heats fi-eirialriiiiyin-s
conlliilly lnvll-eil.
QT. PAUL'S  ITIUIJKTU, John Street,
""") Opposlto Oriuii-e.lliill. Hev. Thomas
Iliulrlon, l'n-htor. Servnrcs every Uliudiiy
at 11 rr. in. and 7 p. in. Tliursday ovenlnss
at7:;m o'clock. Meats free; all nre conllally Invited. Siiiuliry Hehool at 2:30 p. m.
■ VISION toirall No, «, A. F.
^/V-r * A. HI.—Tlie regular Oom-
J_J\ munleriMons of this Lodge are
/V\ held on the flrst Monday In eaeh
month. Sojourning brethren are cordially Invited to ntteud
1'ETEB, OEANT,
fe23-te -    Becretary.
A Successful Result.—"Sirs, I
was troubled for five years with Liver
Complaint, 1 used a great deal of
doctor's medicine, Which did mono
good. I was getting worse all the
while until I tried Burdock Blood Bitters. After taking four bottles I am
now well. I can also, recommend it
fordyspep«la.|iMI*tsHnttieI..Swick,
St, mWm ftr% Ont.
When B»by wst ilok, w» gtvrt hex Cwtorit,
TThea ihs wss % Child, ihe cried for Ciatorta,
When she became Xiao, the don j to Cwtorit,
Vhia ib* Ud Children, oho gttre them Cutoria
AUCTION SALE
 OF	
Real Estate!
/\N SATURDAY TUB 12rit DAY OF
U MAY, I will sell Uy Publlo Auction,
tho -following very doslmblo PiircolBiunl
Tracts of Land, wlilch will bo found worthy the attentlou of capita]lute und others
who may Imvo tho means at their dlHpo-
lal.oa In view of the proposed development In the neighborhood of Fraser River
and Now Westminster City, property cannot fall to advance very materially Jn
value lu tbo near future, and hence, tlioso
who cun take advantage of present low
prices will renp a handsome return.
Royal Avenue.—That very desirable Lot
known as LOT 8, BLK. % New Westminster Citv, next the residence of
Mr. Chas. Warwick.
LOT 2, BLK. H, faring on Government
Reserve, N. W. City, close to Public
Hehool Groundft.
LOT I, SUB-DIV. of WTS 1 4 2, BLK.
VI, Suburban; corner Polham St. and
Park Lane.
LOTS 1, i, 0, 14, 15, 10, 17 A 22, Sub-Di-
visloiiB of Lot 4, Blk. IU, Suburban;
reserved at-jtco'perlot.
EAST PORTION of LOT XI, BI.OCK
00, City, being onc-ilfi.lt of an aare,
mora or lew, with House containing 5
rooms, new feuoo top and bottom of
lot; limine newly painted Inside aud
out and a good well of excellent wator;
situate near R. C. Planing Mllle, between Quebec nnd Auckland Street''.
City.
LOT XI uiut ihnlf of LOT X, BLOCK A,
Agues Street; ull fenced; next tu It. C.
Hospital; one of tho best building
sites In N. W. City.
LOTB 10 A 20, Huh-Dlvlslons of LOT 15,
BLOCKS.
LOT 2 and half of LOT 3. being Hub-IM-
vlslons of LOTH 1A 2, BLOCK VI, Tel-
ham SU, near City Park.
A portion of LOT 2. BLOCK 8, N. W.
City, contain! ng 1770 square feat,
Anumberof ONK-ACRE LOTS on the
Brown Kstnto, Brownsville.
2 VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS fronting ou Yale Road aud Fraser River,
Brownsville; clone to Government
wharf; 1UJ feet square
Nortli-West tl«"rtor of LOT 7, HKOTluN
7, adjoining Const Moridiau llmul
Which Is open to Semiahmoo liny;
partly Improved nnd contains loo acres
excellent land.
The Kurt portion uf SKI [1-JQN 2rf, BLOCK
r> Norlh, ran ill-: ii Welti containing
(It) acres and ini'iii'iil-lng -1(1 Minim* by
'20chulns; adjoining tin* farm of .Mr.
Quigley.
Tliu Kuulli-Kiisl uimrii-r of tWlt.'TlON
NINE {«), TOWNSHIP ft, in ihe Muni-
olpallty of Surrey; 1(10 ui'i-es.
LOT 3W and part, of LOT 880, (JROUP2,
Township 2, Municipality pf Maple
Ridge; about 60 acres.
LOT 24, BLK. U, City; near Uie Royal
City Planing Mills.
Mr. 8. Oalblck's HOUSE A LOT. known
as Lot 12.Sub-Dlv.of Lot 10, Blk. VII,
NewWestmlnster Suburbs, which Is
pleasantly situated on the Douglas
road. The House Is IH\'24, with kitchen
adjoining 12x18. The upper part of
house unfinished. There are a number of Fruit Trees and other Improvements.
TEN LOTS In Sub-Dlv.of LOT 0, BLK.
0, Suburban; reservo price, $:» to w
per Lot.
■ale MMMfMci al IM Mal«r4ar Etcr*
Int. nnd will bo held nt tho <«tl>NI»l
MOTEL, New Westminster,
MTTerins at Sale.
T. J. TRAPP,
ilmylUl ACl'TIONKKIt.
TENDERS.
rpENDERH ADDRESSED TO THE UN»
I dcrslguod nt Ottawa, Canada, and endorsed "Tender fnr steam Cutter." will bo
received up to the'KKU May, 1888, fora
Steam Vessel, new ur seeond hand, of
about the followlug dimensions:—length
75, breadth It, depth 7 feet, speed not less
than ten knots, lilted with modern engines and boilers lu good repair. Built of
wood, Iron or steel, must be In flrat-olaia
order and to bo delivered In Victoria, British coin tnl.in, by the 80th June,      ...
Tenders to slate full description of vessel and uccoDimodatlou for offleors and
drew.
WM. SMITH,
Deputy Minister of Mnrlne,
Department of Marino,
Ottawa, 20th April, Ui
dmy2tl
Tender for a tleeiie to Ott Tin-*
ber on Dominion londi In Ue
ProTlnce of British   Co-
liab-tt.
§ BALED TENDERS ADDRESSED TO
the Deputy of the Minister of the In*
tor, and murked "Tender fora timber
berth," will bo reoeived at this Department until noon on Monday the Hit May
next, for timber berth No, iH, containing
nu area of 80 snuaro miles moreor less,
situate on the Columbia Hlver, In tho
Provinoe of British Columbia.
maXsiyroythiriwrthl'^f^er
regulations on which. It wjll ho
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licensed,
Met-jTbesHh^^
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maybe obtained at thll Department.or
nl tne several offlees of the Crown Timber
A genu at Winnipeg, at Calgary tn the
North West Territories, and at New
Westminster In British Columbia. A
marked cheque, In favor uf tho Deputy
Minister of flic Interior.for Ihe amount
of Iho bonus offered, must accompany the
tender.
A. M. BUBOES'*),
Deputy of the
.  Minister of the Interior.
Department of tho Interior,      I
Oitawa, 181 n April, 1888.   dmyStl
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To Dressmakers & Others I
rplIK ADVERTISER *EEKS DAILY
J employment, lnwft knowledge of
nil kinds orNeedlework.  Address "IL'
Columbian Office.
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Administrator's Notice.
In the Estate cf AliEXANDElt Mc-
LEtlD, Deceased.
NOTIOB IS IIEUKHY GIVEN TUVr
nil monk-* tlnu tlm Into Aloxiunlur
.Mirl.t'iul must lm pulil lo me forthwith
nml all i-lnlMM ngainst lilra ihnst tie jiro-
H.-iiifil to mn not Inter tlinn noon on tlie
Ilth dny ol Mny, 1888.
W. lt. FALDINO,
ilnjilrltil Administrator.
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New Milliner}!
New Millinery 1
-JUST OPENED AT -
JAS. ELLARD & CO.'S
fivb  -cot ox* -atrzi-ver
Spring Hats & Bonnets!
OJA-XjL   -4.1ST id   b:
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■JP. CRAEi%
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, &C.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full Una ol Spectacles & Eye-Masses in steel, rubber, ailvcr and goll
frames.   The finest Pebbles made, |4 per pair; all Bights suited.
Special attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS, Hairing learned tlm
business thoroughly from somo of I tho finest Horologors In England, and slnco then
managed tho watch-repairing departments of a few of tho best firms on the continent of America, is a sufficient guarantee of good workmanship, Formerly tnana- -
gor for noarly 8 years of the well-known flam of Savago s Lyman, Montreal.
Charges moderate.
Mootbkal, Deo., 1887.—Mr. V. Crake Andw. Robertson, Esq., Chairman of
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I never found a Watchmaker who did so
well for me as yon did when In Montreal, and I am sorry yon are not here to-day,'!
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A. M. HERRING,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
SEEDS.     SEEDS.
just Received, a Urge stock of Fresh Garden, Field and Flower
Seeds.   Will be sold at Eastern Prices; jc. Package.
HERRING'S  DRUG  STORE,
Opp. Telegraph Olllce
Columbia St.. New Westminster.
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D.S. CURTISAjOO
-w-1-ioxiBisA.i.-o   k, macrjLzx.
DRUGGISTS
Sole Agents, New Westminster. B. C.
( TKIMUEO AND IXTBIJltlttt ) 4
FEATHERS,    FLOWERS,   AC, I
Direct from London and Paris.
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Choice Family Groceries!
Fancy California Roll Butter,
Choice Mocha & Java Coffee.
JMontserrat Lime Frnlt Juice.
Desiccated Wheat.
Rolled Oats & Orltz.
TRY THEM FOR BREAKFAST.
All Goods delivered promptly.
E». T. FOT7XJDS <5C OO..
ODDFELLOWS' BLOCK.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
JUST OPENED OUT,
Cricket dawn Tennis Suits
BOATING   SHIRTS,
— AUrJO-^r-
FINEST SELECTION OF NECKWEAR IN THE CITV
EXCLUSIVE STYLES IN
STH.-A.T7ir HATS.
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ARE NQW SHOWING
New English Dry Goods!
PERSONALLY   SELECTED   IN   ENGLAND  AND
SUITABLE FOR THE PRESENT SEASON.
Inspection Invited.
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