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J VOLUME 2
NBV7 v7E$TMINSTBE, R-0„ WE8DAT EVENING, JUNE H, 1887.
NUMBER IM
pewoi-r
im*H, M.D.
OFFIOB-Ohukson Hired, opposite rear
entrasMW ol OolonUl Hotel.
RHIDEMCB-Agnu St., opposite new
Baptist Church.   ,cl: .■■
OFFIOB HODRS-10 a.m.tollnoon;S
toft and«:»to 1p.m. ■   inol,0to
I.
At. MACltMAS, B. A., M.D„C.H.
. - _J' KeEenrie Street, next door to.
BF.81DEN0E; Agnes street, third house
from lt*ry Street.
Oim0BHOCFail0to.lJiJto«rtiiqtoA
IT M.COOPBR,B. A.,M,D„
PHYSICIAN A STJBOKON.
p*BMIU> « aeCSrU,
jifaiisTitiw, ij-V
SOLICITORS, BTO
rp o. ATKimia, . .
RARRIBTER, SOLICITOR, *0.
MeKensl. Street,
dwleleto Sew Westminster, B.0.
E.
a. jests*,
barristbb-at-law,
Will oommenoe business on tbe 1st of
July proa.
Offlee at th. offloe ol K. V. Edmonds,
Esq., M«cken.le Street' dmyllltc
w
NORMAN BOLB,
BABIUSTBR-AT-LAW.   I
Und Agent    . lioo.ytoLoan.
Columbia St., New Westminster, a C.|
and Tallows Blook, Camble St., Vancouver, B.0. seJte
n  W. ORABT,
ABOHITEOT
At A. J. Hill's Offlee,
dwIeJSto
MoKensleBt.
p  II. H.OW,
ARCHITECT.
Clinton Street.      „,.
tar Word raw be lelt ntD. LyaP. Book-
/.APT. PITTSHDR10H,
LAND  AOENT, AC, AC
ColnsablaStnet,
d-d.ll*   . NearCmecent,N.W.
rnnoMA* ifbnce *> oo.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
New Westminster A Vanoouver.
V Exporter, ot Fish, Frislt, lumber, Ac.
(srUnexeeptlon.ble references. dJeBte
m  J. TRAPP,
.   AUOTIONEIRANDAmUinR,
Columbi. Street, ...Hew Westminster
All commissions will restive prompt
and earafnl att»nU«n.   Best	
glv.n wh.n repaired.
W.D. FERRIS,
LilO. IBBE iiJ OEUl. JUT
Rent and Debt Collector.
. SlYIsUl (1MB UMI KB Mill.
At** to* la* Tsuviuuii '
 --sttBiaioj
       i:«mr*rt.
Butfw*. CM.
OFFIOEi-Ferrls Street, New Wselmln-
st«. ■     ft-. ;■■•. Ar«e
RAND PROS.
TJBA1, ■STATU BBOKMt,
0«aT<r».«r>, CUmMm,
Asul Isiuuii Afnts,
Oltss. »t VICTORIAi I»rt SJtnes,
MeKeiul.^OaWkso* »\t\"
VANCOUVER, Cordova Street.
BUILDING IATTS for sale In all sections
of Vanoouver and New Westminster City.
tJit\\SSta\^^
■A*
-WO—j
•H^iat*«rfinBsa&
. ber of leading manufacturers In Canada,
wtwr^M^ttU^ahttali
ira'Srtii^
few Mill., shingle Mill.. FMIorlw.
dries and Machine Shops, Ineludli
*t.M .ad 1ell.it, sutBnery «*
ablt, both new and second-hud j all
' !&**.B»I!!I,«>    i A». wdEdirsToolB
ttalidTr.1 MsppllM.
nib* end strooms.P.i.u uii OIU,
SKSfe'Lt... BflKftfiCh
Vt
mm k LEONARD,
tWswMl-Ul*.
I,-B.0.
tURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STREET • VICTORIA.
"•' jlomsttb ron
North British ind Mercantile
Insurance Co. tor Mainland.
H.O. BEETON 4. CO.,
M Finsbury Circus,
London, B. 0.
THE CLARENCE
CorawttftjUJJoaitM Streeti,
VICTORIA, B. C.
FRANK 0. RICHARDS, J*.
LESSEE
Class "in "every respect   paiiy i_,
1 wis* sdl Cave.ie.ee. or Madera
lpOURI8TO'HEArj«iqABTERSl.FIRST
feteb. New and "Elegant" In afllbTAp^
polnlments. Prices MMerale.
This magnificent Hotel Is now open for
the reception of Quests.
inrNo pains will be snared by the management to make this Hotel pleasant and
attractive. docSto
THQS. OVENS,
MANUFACTURER OF
Blacksmith and Maciiinist
All Kind* of Machinery, Patent Looks,
Safes, Hewing Machines, 4c, Ac,
Repaired,
BLACK9MITHIN0
In all Its branohes. Farmers*,- taggers',
Mill and Contract Work; Agricultural
Implements, and everything In the
blacksmith line made to order.
Having scoured flrst^class workmen, we
leel confident of giving satisfaction.
tar Horse-shoeing a specialty.
dw-Jlysuol   Columbia St., New Wnrr.
•tJJ*\.
/* rfmx
(Geo. H. Grant& Co.)
WMDTERS AND DEAUN M
BootsiShoes!
LafliB8'& Bents'
A  SPECIALTY.
RUBBER~QOODS
ALWAYS IN STOCK.
tl? J '-  ' '-   -.w
Oppoilte Bank B. 0., Columbia Bt,
NBW WESTMD3STJJR, B. 0,
ariMm ky M*il preyptty MtcMle* tt,
i dwjette
TIE LEA1II6.
BOOTiSHOE
ESTABLISHMENT
—-or TH*—
Mainland of B. 0.
■JOli   '      ..'"""T.'-'V. I H
ColoilBl Hotel Block* ColamWi 8t
$io,q6o1tock
now TORo^jm
THIS. HOUSE WAKES ANNUALLY
a gmt reduction In prices to make
room for the lareest nd' best assortment
of Boots and Shoes ever Imported into
this oountry, from, tho principal Houses
of Germany, France, Great Britain, the
United States and onr great Dominion,
500 LINES KEPT ON HAND.
CALL AND SEE MY  STOCK BE-
POKE YOU PURCHASE.
Mtt M4 lioM, from Mo upwuds.
Felt A Bibber doodi a, Ina-Inai
of ^1 kinds. ~
MHiesoritdlM',Mines'* OklM-
!   ren's Boots.
^ WM.R088,
C.l.alal Rkttl BlHk, Mamkta M.
dwnolltr
■ fi, ,-1..' ^li    Xlili'     F   '1  ' ■
Cream & Fancy Cakes
—00 TO—
A. PliiEl|.*.8
FRONT STREET, f    '    - — -
».C.P.N.WnAW.
COME AND SEE I
W. H. HOLOIN,
TTAVINO TAKEN  POSSESSION OF
th. "Temperance House,"fronting
on uolumblaand Church Streets, opposite
the Episcopal Church, and now known
asth.
FARMERS'HOME!
Will aooonunodate the traveling publlo
at the following rates:
Board per day- «....H..»».»
"     " week	
Singl. Meala...............™,
..II DO
.609
.SLGood acoommodetlon for Ladles and
fanulles. mytte
Flowers for sale
G.
HAVING TAKEN        I
Luudbom's BalldlUK, Front St.
(Formerly occupied by Kyle A TUton),
IS  NOW READY
to serve his customers and everybody
with as good a stock as .man wants to
select from.
•ry OMds. Sroeerlee, Pr.vlsl.ns.
Crockery, OMsswwe, ■eess. At,
Oome and see the newiplaoe,andletus
know what you thick of If.'.: t.
dwocllte C. McDOMHIOH.
CHARLES MURRAY,
CLARKSON STREET, v:
Opp. BegIrtry Oftoe, Ifew Veit'r,
Bow, Sip ud OruiNMMkingi
WALLPAPER. «
The largest assortment of Wall Paper
In the OHy, comprising newest patterns,
always on hand at bottom prices. Sam-
8lea on view at T. It. Pearson ft Co.'s
ton, Columbia 8L   rater ka^gtof at
specially low rates.
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERYMAN 4DEALERIN
Fruit uiil Ornamental Trees,
LADNim LMWINO, B. 0.     S
rflHE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN-
I form th. people of British Columbi*
tnnt he has established a Nursery at Lad?.
ner's Landing, and. is prepared to fill
Tr^^?ru,bb,^^.nfe7U7I•^^,,5,.
Ao. Trees Imported or home grown ae-
cordlne to the wishes of customers. The
subscriber has had a tborougb practical
training In the business, ttna having a
Brmanent stake in the oountry lt I. bis
lerest to deal fairly with the public. H.
will well upon tbe various towns and settlement, sbnrtbr, an* all ontov. will hav..'
" MnwninB.nUon. '
-'-' E. HOTVHZRSON.
hun
New Westminster
THE ABOVE WORKS HAVE BEEN
opened tn toe Building formerly occupied by Morgan th. Barber,
Ose Door Weal of Jleklnion's Bnt-
ciergles.
C.I1 .nd Inspect our work and obtain
prices.
We are the only practical Marble Callers on tbe Mainland.
Always tn stock, a good a«ortmentof
MONUMENTS,
HEADSTONES,
MANTLES, Etc.
RUDGE & MONCK.
New West,, April lftlM".        dwapute
ESIAB1IHHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Newly Opposite Ihe CeloiUI Hotel,
MEW WE8TMINSTEB.
rB LAEOIST AND  CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VE8ETABLES
'Constantly on hand, and sapplied to Fara-
illes, Bestaunnts, and Sts*mbeats st th.
LOWB8T POSSIBIdt PBIOSA
'   .'    i ■ ■[• > i ■j.. V-.'b.'-—
Absolutely Pure.
Thlapowdor never varies. A|marvelo(
parity, strength and wholesomeness. More
economical than tbe ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold In compeiitlon with tbe
multitude of low tost, short, weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only In cr~
ROYAL BAKING POWDER Co., 106 Wall
New York.
ftfely
TO LET.
8 ROOMED HOUSE ON AGNES STR'T.
Rent-Ole per month. Apply to
dmyllto'      HENRY V. EDMONDS.
Safe for Sale.
A NO. 10 TAYLOR'S SAFE, in good
A order; 21x20 Inches Inside; will be
sold cheap. Apply ot this offloe. dw/el2tc
FOR   SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN theLANQ-
leySow aud Planing Mil): mill In
good-order; For particulars npply on the
premises to H.WEST,
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JAOKSON,
aplSto 4HELMCKKN, Victoria.
Farm for Sale.
/y,NSI6TINO OP TWO LOTS i OP 1SS
\j .and 160 acres (which will be sold to*
gether or1 separately); 8 miles Irom New
Westminster; flrst-clitss land; about 25
acres dyked; balance Prairie andBnsh;
Will be sold nt a bargain.
Apply to C. O. MAJOR,
dwmnfitc    : > . . New Westminster.
For Sale Cheap.
ONE 12-HOR8E-POWEU PbRTARLB
Engine; one Screw-tMHUng. Engine;
lAtha flains. swing], and* lot of Lathe
.Tools: one American Drill [foot power,
geared]; ooe KydWtilio Punch 4 Shears;
and a Tot of other Tools,  Apply to
WALTER BLACKIE,
dwmyl7m2 City.
ForJIalet
1 SPAN DARK BAY MARES, I and fi
1 years old; good travellers; worn single
or double.
1 Bay Hone* ((years old; works single or
double; nice ladles' or gents* saddle hone;
very gentle.   •   .
1 t-seated Baggyi 4 springs; nearly new,
S tan* of Ttmeih/ Bay on North Arm,
Fraser river.
15 bbls. Sail Salmon. 8 hair-bbls. Ball
talMOft Bellies.
Also-One and ou-nluth Uteres! la
City Water Company.
— W.J. FRENCH.
New West, Nov. 11th, 1886.      dwnnlSto
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
■VTOTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
J*i tbe partnersblp heretofore existing
between the .undersigned as General
Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers has this
day been dissolved by. mutual consent.
Mr. E. Sully will collect all accounts due
tho late Arm and settle all claims against
It,   .. a--.
D»tpd this 8Mb day of Moy.1887.
J. E. SULLY.
djeiuhl '  J; RENWICK.
B. CMonufflQntal Works
CHURCH    STRKET.
ARBLE AND GRANITE WORK of
__ all kinds, call and inspect before
patronising Island capital. I leave my
work to speak for Itself; S. r   "
M
patr
tke ■altar tt Ike s>Ute KtMrtld
tltU*. Ule <r »»s»r Ssisas.. dercsed,
ALL PERSON INDEBTEn TO THE
BO.W of Hi.' Inle Darld.Wells. ulusl
~—4be..mountotsuobt.d«aleBSto me
ft*. WMUnlcur. R. C, fbrthwllli.
And III WHOM ...Ing claims ..ohi.t
IbeMldEsUU must send the seme In,
ilnlyprowdTonortefofelslh Jane noil
nnd.
Administrator.
1TOTZOR
.JOE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
ll>.v. m*)e nppllmMon lotbo«hlef
limn., to
■llu.led st Ho»e'8oiir,"d, New WMlraln
ster District!
Commencing nt . slake on the north
Jtoreo      —■■     ' —  -
Skin's
•here of Tberaboiwigb Cb.n.el. north of
Kklnl point on Gambler Isl.mli thenee
north M chains, west ID chains, south to
•■     '    Mill-      -■■      '	
 |
th. shor. line, thenee along shore to place
of Mmmenoement-oontaiiitng about BOO
T.wW«toin^r^Wi»f¥*K'
If    H(HJ
pre.Uees empleye*.
dwal>19tc ALEX.
».-». .p.
HAMILTON.
Wood and Goal.
THK fiUllSCRIBER HAS ON HAND A
loreeiiuntttitr of
l^fiUifilMUMPiJIML
'    ""'And an assortment ot
CORD WOOD,
Which ho will soil at lowest rates. He
will also promptly attend to all kinds of
Orders left at Mr. MoCoM's storo on Columbia street, or at my house, Douglas
street, will meet With prompt attention,
HENRY ELUOTT.
NewWestmlnster R.C. JlylOtc
ElBOtionofMoolTraBtBBl
rliirE 'annual election op a
X. Trustee for Bt. Patrick's, St, George's
ond St. Andrew's Wards of New Westminster pity School District will be held on
NnsT.r ike rltk dw .(Mae Jim, «t the
Counoil. ulamben, IryaelE Kail, com-
menolngntlln. m.-
I. case a poll Is demanded, voting will
commence at loo. iu. of Ihe next day .nd
close at I p. m.
Exthact fbom "Puni.ic School Act,1S85"
"as.. Any penion registered u a voter, as
hereinafter provided, shall' be eligible to
vote at nny school meeting held In such
Dlslnot.niKl In the want Tn which he Is
registered, for the election ot Trustees;
provided, always, thai lt shall not be lawful for any person lo vote for Trustees In
more then one ward In any City School
™   ll order b^I^oe^t!Wnslees,,'
djeljfd T...I. TRAPP, -—~
■f, .r. TRAPP, Secretary.
iailg f rittah Colttmbian
T.«al.y Evening, Jane is, ism.
THE NEWS.
Tbe Jubilee Yaeht Bate Starts
To-Day,—Indian Be-
bellloti.
A Noted Irl»l."Reclproclty.--lab.r
Troables.-Blscuiilon on tke
Coercion Bill.
OTHER ITEMS OF IHTEREST.
By Associated Press.
IMPROVlSn IN HEALTH,
BeIilin, June 13 —This morning
the ofieiai bulletin says the emperor
couti'.iues to make good.progress to
watd.recovery. Grown Prince Frfsd-
eriek'William left Berlin for London
to take part in th* Queen's Jubilee
celebration. Before departing he
called at the emperor's palace and
took leave of his majesty,
INDIAN RIBELLION.'
London, June 13.—Ihe priest's
golden temple of Amaritisar in Pun-
jaub ceased to offer the customary
prayer for Dhuleep Singh when
they heard he was intriguing with
Russia against India. Zanzibar
despatches say a slave dhow attacked the launch of a British man-
of-war and wounded an officer and
five men. The dhow was sunk by
force of launoh and slaves upon her
—13 in number—wero rescued. Advices from Merv say the Russians
are fitting ont two steamers and a
number of iron lighters to transport
the material for the transcaspian
railway and to reconnoitre on Amu
Daria river, The British are equipping two light draught steamers
with steel guns for use upon Amu
Doria.
DAVITT OUTWITS TOE POLICE.
Dublin, June 13.—When he was
found yesterday, Michael Davitt
had outwitted the authorities, and
was holding a meeting at Feakle. A
force of police was sent from Bod-
yke to disperse it, but did not reach
Feakle until (iter Davitt had finished speaking and left the plaoe.
A severe fracas occurred between
the police and the crowd which had
attended the meeting, and several
person, were injured.
A NOTED TRIAL.
Leipsic, June 13.—The trial of
members of the Alsatian patriot
league on charge of high treason for
supporting the attempts of Alsace-
Lorraine to secede from Germany,
began to-day, Judge Drinkmann
of the imperial oourt of justice presides. Procuator Superior Lessen-
doff and Procuator Treplin conducted the prosecution. The prisoners
were defended by * great array of
distinguished counsel, including the
local advocates, Herren Luden, Leh
man, Fraittga and Fils, Here Minc-
kle of Berlin, Herren Ott and Sohot-
telstein of Strasbourg, and Here
Straeser of Met*.
BEOIPROCITY.
Renfbew, Ont, June 13,—The
farmers' institute of South Renfrew
has passed * resolution in favor of
free trade with the United States
and pledging the institute to it* utmost to carry such policy to a successful issue,
NO TROUBLE IN TRE N. W, T.
Ottawa, June 13.—Th* Northwest officials and settlers are reported •* believing then is no found*
tion for the rumor* of uneasiness
among the half breeds and Indians.
Lieut.-govemor Dewdney hu sent
a long despatch concerning the
recent murder*, denying that there
is any cans* tor tb* sensational reports they have given rite to.
ALL QUIET ALONG TRE FRONTIER.
London, Jnne 13.—Sir J.mes
Ferguson, parliamentary secretary
for the India office, stated that the
Russian railway toward Afghanistan was completed to within 12S
miles of the frontier. In the lord*
thi* afternoon Viscount Cross, secretary of state for India, announced
that Lord Dufferin, viceroy of India, had telegraphed on June t that
there .wa* no fighting going on in
Afghanistan.
LABOR TROUBLES.
Toronto, June IS.—The striking
carpenters met this morning, about
1,200 answering to their names. It
was announced that 27 of the master carpenters had signed the *gree-
ment granting an increased rate,
and the men about 400 in number,
employed by these 27, went back to
work thi* afternoon, It is expected
the other masters will soon follow
suit. About 300 plasterers went
on strike thi* morning for advance
of 27 eta, per day. 20 master
plasterer* promptly (greed to grant
the increase, and their men will go
book to work to-morrow, leaving
only about 600 men out.
DISCUSSION on the coercion BI1L.
London, June 13.—The house of
commons this evening resumed the delate on the coercion bill, taking up
w
the fifth clause, whioh deal* with the
proclaiming of districts. Henry Fowler, Liberal, proposed as an amendment that proclamations be made by
order of privy council instead of by
the viceroy. He urged that the
change should be made by the imperial
instead of by tbe Irish executive. M.
Balfour, chief secretory for Ireland,
declared lie declined to accept the
amendment. Ho reminded the house
that the government collectively were
responsible for every act of the Irish
executive. Healey moved, and Clancy and Dillon, Nationalists, successively supported, the amendment.
Gladstone suggested that members
should not spend any more time at
their command in futile disoussion.' It
would be better, he said, to'employ
the .remaining -time in dUonuing
weighty points. Smith said he wa
anxious to allow sufficient tint, for the
discussion of substantial questions, and
hoped tlio opposition wopld assist the
government in this direction. Mr.
Fowler offered to withdraw his amendment Mr. Dillon protested. He
declined to take advise from the government as to what amendments
should be discussed in the muerable
period left to the Parnellites to
contest the measure. Merely said lie
was afraid Gladstone had not meant it
to. be suggested that, the opposition
should! assist in limiting tk* debate in
accordance with government ideas.
The opinion of Parnellites upon relative importance amendment* deserved
more attention than . the opinions of
English, members. The amendment
was put to division and rejected,; 235
to 167.. I^.
ANCIENT   AND   HONORABLE ARTILLERY.
Boston, June U.—The ancient and
honorable artillery company voted hut
night to tend a delegation of 12 members to London to represent the organization at the celebration of the 360th
anniversary by the ancient and honorable artillery company of London,
which occurs July 11th.
•...'       JUBILEE YACHT RACE.
IJjNDON,i'June 14,—The jubilee
yacht race around Great Britain and'
Ireland was berun to-day. The yacht*
were started by the Prince of Wales
at South .End at the mouth of the
Thames. '■<■■■
aftbr the patriots.
Dublin, June 14.—It, is reported
that the government intends to prosecute Michael Davitt and Jos. Richard
Cox, National! membersof parliament,
for their conduct in inciting Bodyke
tenants to resist eviction,
TBI ANOHOURKISH CONVENTION.    '
Constantinople, June 14. — Sir
Henry Drummond Wolff, British high
commissioner, has notified tk. port*
that Queen Victoria has appended her
signature to the Anglo-Turkish convention concerning Egypt, and that
her m.jesty await, the issue of the.
sultan's proclamation announcing the
convention in force.
Tke Dead.
M. Ameline Pelicarpe Batbie, the
French lawyer and statesman, is dead.
The Jubilee In Frisco.
Notel (id Approprlste TaMmix.
One of the principal attractions of
the entertainment in the pavilion at
Woodward's Gardens ou the occasion
of Queen Victoria's Jubilee, to be celebrated on the 21st inst., will be a
grand tableaux, for which elaborate
and costly preparations are being
made. The principal figure will be that
of "Britannia," seated in the center,
crowned with a wreath of laurel representing victory, and holding in one
hand a shield, the other grasping a trident, typical cf naval supremacy. She
will be arrayed in a Grecian robe,
bearing the emblems of the three kingdoms, England, Scotland, and Ireland,
viz., tha rose, the thistle and the
shamrock. At her feet will crouch the
British lion, and around her will stand
five figures, representing the different
provinces of the empire. An Oriental
prince will stand for India, a trapper
for Canada, a North American Indian
in full dress for British Columbia, a
miner, with the implement, of hi* occupation, for Australia, ass) s Zulu for
South Africa. In the rear, ranged in
a semi-circle, and forming a guard of
honor, will be about thirty soldiers and
sailors, dressed in the regulation uniform of the English annyaad navy,
and behind these, but aBttlc raised
above them, tho samo number of Highlanders, deoked in full Highland costume. ■ ■• »o I
After the curtain ha* risen on tlio
scene Ben Clark will sing "Rule Britannia," assisted by a chorus of ISO
voices, undor tho leadership of H. J.
Stewart, the conductor of the Handel
nnd Haydn Society, many of the members of whioh have volunteered their
assistance for the occasion. For tho
second presentation the following
changes will bo mado: "Britannia
will rise and remain standing while the
live -representative ligures about' her
will each sink on one Knee, as a token
of homage, and the soldier, with their
firearms, the, sailors with their cut-
luses, and the Highlander* with their
olaymores, will "pi'eMntfpjjS»*",'';;iOn
the rising of the curtain, again tho
ohoruswill lead the audience in singing "God Save the Queen," accompanied by the Second rtagHmont band
of thirty pieces, whioh will play, another popular national air as tho curtain descends. Other tablaatnvwill be
given, but none cf them are expected
to quite equal the one first described.
■S. F. Bulletin.
Is there anything mora annoying th
having your corn stepped upon f Is thi
anything more delightful tha
rid of ttt HollowsyVCertiasre wtlrdo
delightful than getting
  —***yVOirsii>'" -*""
TryltsndbeconvlnMd.
Bastera ctwMia.
m
Ottawa, June 12.-Sir John brought
down a bill yesterday for the re-organisation of th. eabmet by erearJnga
new department of trade and commerce.   ;_:  i.       ^.^      ... ,,,
, Winnipeo, Jnne 12.--B*for. proroguing yesterday the legislature put-
ed a resolution providing for the can'
ttruction of the Rod River Vidley'road,
even in the event of disallowance by
the Dominion government, end also
for an appeal to th. Priry council in
the event of furtherdisatlow.no.. Th.
Free J?rui publishes this momiruj crop
reports from 66 places in Manitoba
and the territories. Kain is reported
plentiful, and the crops uover looked
better;' ■ The farmers are jubilant, and
ouKbOTdantyUMtaeirpwteflT'    '
Montreal, June 12.—It Js rumored
to-d»y m railway dreh. 'that the German syndicate who *ra after the Intercolonial and North Shore, luwe * much
bigger, scheme in contemplation, and
that they hare an .ye to controlling
business from the east over the Canadian Pacific, ali) that the North German Lloyd. Company putpose placing
a line of steamer, on the Pacific Ocean
to cover thi. rout.,   .< tod bs •:■■
A. D. JToy*, Newirk, Michigan,
write.; "I hav. mqitred .1 toeing
•tore, for pr> Thoswui'Solsctrio OU, bnt
have faibd to find it.   W. brought a
bottle with us from Quebec, but It i
nearly gone and w. do not wot to be
without hVa. my wM> totroebbAwtth a
petals the sksnutar, and nosalng els.
gives relief,  CaayonswdusHsn.!"
Wlolesale flit* Market
Beef,    perloaili«_.-.~«..^I.«
"OTIS   ' H-.HH......W. ""
Mutton.    «        .....™i,i
Hldes(gr'n)" ....._i..„..
Potatoes
Turnip. " .„
Carrot. " ...„
Parsnips *' '   .....
Cabbage    »        "1.
Onions::  : " ■      ISO;
Wbeat       "       ,™.
Oats "        .™
gsa.1, ■ ■    "-..    .H<K
Hay,      per ton ..»H
BuSer (rolls) ««•»»...„
Cheese, « »;„,j™...~
Eggs,     perdos,....™........ ...
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in in
OH o»
on en
em »»
a»8 m
. Bwssedy, Dr. Le-
PiUs. These Pittsar.
compounded front the purest urngs, snd
from thee, only whi* m laMwnVact
upon ths OneraMw Organ* in lis—lie,
They are first enclosed in aa air-tight
capsule, and by this means nnd. to re-
for yissM tn «ny
 ... nrtvM. etretlar.
A. M. Hduuko A D, ft Clmns ACo.,
New Westmlnrteri T. UcHmiej. Ud
ner's Landing: H. McDowell A Co., Vu-
couver, Pimbury ft Co., Ruulmet T.
Pickard, D«miaa Uaadt A. R. Johnson
ACo.. Chemaunun R, B. n^rrlswi
CtrwicWi W.;J, HoOutaeyv* fc*,
Vancouver and Kamloops; Hastttun Saw
Mill Co.. Vanoouver; The Vuoomt
Drug Co., Vaneoaver; J. B. Lor.U, Ytlti
W.R.Mejaw, Priert Vtfeyi H. Chrk
A Co., Kamloopaj Lahowt A Co.,
wholesale went., Victoria,    d»stf8yl
AUL'g CRVttOB.
Sunday at 11 a-~
. _.. ^.Jehni.-
...nua 8mU free, aJ
TlUd. Sander Sonopl
fBTHODUT oncKca. Hwyst,
"'ussufp-u.   Pranrllsraswon
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nn. *--
Bible CIU. tltm p/ra.  AltMlBJRe;
Bible CIU. «i MO p. M.  Alt I
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moo'tb.' nojoafnlng bmbren msuuss...-
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—tr-TT..  '    ...    --^->-^ST!
sjrfT
IKIONEYJLOST-
I  PUBJBB OONTAIHWO.A
\ sum of Honey lost on thi"
. ludtr will be suitably rMwde*
Ing suneat this offloe.  .,
15TOTIOB.
I. I*, tutte* at SB. Ms*, ttt. a.
■mus. dsssssed l.lssSMl, :
... infld°l!
  , .-..hwrlta; and all.persons ha^n^int^i^^JtM^-
the undenlgned forthwith; and
ins bavlng claims against Uil	
te must send In their «oeonnts, duly
afi^tap^iissi^
kn^WsWmW^
■l'">3Stc AdMlnMrMor.
3iI^PBB§ i*Arii.t.j. ua
the lind.enl.neaM
ulor. a ni. ol ■■»*.!
the erection
BUn.DINO t_ .
B. C. at New Westminster.
•^--ied.H. V, •**—
Wci'tminster, Where 1
IVEUBY
I. until 10
onl^nedM VleUW. until I,.
The
^IK
semi * say
th. right «»r*Je«t
The asnier iwervs. th. right tt l»J*t
«^^»»rtk^Ar^f**
Brick
W«anyle.d«t>«ta*»ssta|ny
JNO. A. ifJ1 —-
■ic-.m-iir-.s o; }; §
ijolttmbian
TsksAw Evening, Jsu 14, tin.
iKf*flrt.bl»Woniw
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'j.
T<Hp the pejft of th. Royal
OMgr Are oo*Ata**jfcati«sJ-the jubme
of Queen Victoria'* accession to the
throne of Great Britain.   In the
-whole history of the world there is
not, perhaps, a more remarkable
figure th»li 'the reigning British
- Iliau, '3he -M-yearVef her reign
hare  bwn 60 years of peace and
prosperity for tbe greatest empire
in the world.   Her r*ign ha* illustrated mos* *trikingly the ability of
woman not only to manage her own
affairs but to administer the (([airs
of a vast empire, and is a sufficient
answer to thine who deny to her
-'*«:Ae right to meddle with poli-
.   tics.   There have been other British
queens distinguished for beauty and
brilliancy, ana some of them have
had the fortitude to fmo martyrdom
with unflinching step and unruffled
iweetness;  but the characteristics
which place onr own beloved queen
away above all these are the purity
,   of her-character and the uprightness
of her administration.   The history
of British   sovereigns previous to
.   1837 fWM not such as to inspire one
with' great rsspOet for the moral in-
(luence of■ royalty.     Scandals at:
oontt were then as common as they
•   are  now  rare.    As soon as the
youJigKjueen came to the throne she
. had  strength enough to resist:the!
tomptationa which a worldly court
placed before her, and her influenoe
wo* such th.t the corrupt courtiers
covered up, if they did not .ban-
don, the iprootioe. that had hitherto
i been popsiUtr. "The old Order passed
•way," saw a modorn writer, refer-
I ring to this period of history, "be
lore the modest presence of a pure
mIi Muled girl, and they who hoped to
bank In the sniiles of royalty clothed
themselves with rectitude and mode
the horn* th* portal to the throne."
Queen Viotoria hss set an example
to the young women, Ihe wives, and
.   the mothers of the nation and of
the world that might be extensively
copied to the advantage of society.
For all her virtues, as well a* for
.her j glorious  reign, we revere the
name of Queen Victoria;  and1 on
the 50th anniversary of her accession to the throne the nation shouts
'■Goo Savb the Queen!"
Change of Name.
!IE UNDERSIGNED FIRM DOINU
_. business In Boots and Hhoes on Co-
pmbiastreetwlll hereafter be known As
GUAR* A CO., 1
NewWestmlnster.
dje»wl    ,
To Contractors ft Builders.
WHOLE AND SEPARATE TENDERS
Will be received by the undersigned
up to noon on Thareday Ike lath orj.ee,
for the erection of a THREE - STORY
BRICK BLOCK for Messrs. w. J, Armstrong and E. S. Scoullar. Flans and
specifications can be seen at this office on
and after the nth Inst.
- Th. lowest or any tendernot necessarily
accepted.
O. W. GRANT-Arohltoot,
MoKensle street.
New We.t„ EC, Junes, lew.    djefltd
B. C. Penitentiary!
mENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
X tbe undersigned until 12 o'clock noon
on Monday, June 27th, 1887, for supplying
the Penitentiary from July 1st, 1887. to
June 80tb. 1888, with the following articles
1. Coal—Wellington screened.
2. Beef.
8. Bread—white and brown.
4. Salmon [red], fresb and salt.
6. Groceries.
6. Blankets [white, 4-pt,], per pair.
7. Flour—beat brand fn market.
8. Leather and Findings for Shoe Shop.
detailed lists of which can be obtained on
application at the Penitentiary.
Neither the lowest or tiny tender necessarily accepted.
Samples may be seen and blank forms
of tender obtained on appllcat'
accountant at the Penitentiary!
No tender will be considered unless on
these blank forma, i
Imperial weights and measures required. All articles supplied to bo of tho best
quality.
[Signed],     ARTHUR H. McBRlDE,
Warden.
Jape Bth, 1887. djeotd
PROGRAMME
A WMe Difference.
Our esteemed cotemporarr ot the
VftsMMHW -inmsH - conthrae. to
Wotry t>**r what lie s*atng to regard
as inconsistencies in tie Ooldbbiak's
attitude toward* law and order. Because we condemned the people ot
Vancouver who so cruelly and un-;
lawfully apas*d the Ohinatnen aome
. month, .go and drove them out ot
the place, he seems to imagine that
-we ought' also to condemn the people of "Manitoba for endeavoring to
aecure railway connection with the
Grand Trunk through American ter-
Jrrtory.      The  simplicity of   our
'young cotemporary is truly refreshing. There is nothing parallel in
the two oases. In the Vancouver
*nVir there w.s an attack made
upon die persons of defenceless for-
eigners who had committed no
breach of (he law, and th* attack
' wag I'clsttrly -an illegal act It was
*- gro*s otlVnce against liberty and
the sacred rights of innocent per-
.son*. In the ease of disallowance
it i* altogether different, Iti* the
airroeate* of disallowance who are
standing up for liberty, and there is
no personal violence contemplated.
Th* federal government has an un-
doabtod right to veto all railway
. ohsrters which propose to cross the
international boundary, but that
right I*, not derived at all from the
monopoly ol.use of the 0. P. R.
•barter, nor is it obligatory upon
the government It is simply *
matter of policy, and against thi*
potiey the people of Manitoba are
now protesting with all their might
The iritish government had an undoubted right to Impose * tax on
tet brought to America when it wa*
a British colony, but the exercise
of that right wu a quwtion of
policy. There are few persons in
■"'■ HP who will say that the
American ookwujta had not a right
to protest against the imposition of
thee, obnoaiou* duties, .nd we .11
know that the pig-hesdedness of the
'SrWrtrgovernmnit on that occasion
was the oan** of a national Ion
which no on. can possibly estimate.
W. think tit* Dominion government
is making a serious mistake because
it persists in refusing to allow charters for international railways, and
improiiar in Mani-
i seeking
_ Kmate mean* to circumvent the pig-headedness of the Dominion government. It vetoes in-
teraatiooal railway charter* under
authority of the British North
Ameriea' Act, but' not because of
any principle laid down in that aot.
Tbe power somes from the B. N. A.
act, hot th* rjceanon for es*rei*ing
it wu certainly never contemplated
it the trainers of that act, and we
thin* tat* UUtrary, exercise of
unjustifiable and contrary
m
B, De. Radwrs, ArthabatkavUlr,
''Thirteen rears af. I was
m*
..... which I nearly
I, nntil .ftsf having
fleleetrlc Oil tor nine
head, <c„ wheal was
*ad have oaly a*sd
CELEBRATION
NEW WESTMINSTER
iVXt, 14th * 15th, 188t.
OpCBliig of the Park.
Royal Artillery Salute.
Torchlight Procession
Horse, Boat & Canoe Racing.
iiames and Sports,
 City Band.
OTThe various Committees will spare
no pains to make the Celebration a success.
■.(.i'UBTis, a. DirKmsoit,
'., fSMuBee. Mayer.
HOUSE RACING, 14th JUNE, 9A.M.
OomrRXE.-H. Elliott, D. McPliaden,
3. Punch, A. O. Oemble, W. Moresby.
- 1st Race-open to alt comers-eaten
weights. Entrance feo 15 per cent. Half
mile heats, best 2 In 3. First prise saw
with entrance added] Hooond horse saves
entrance.
Snd RaceeRunning-open to all local
horses, Entranoe feo 10 per cent. Half
mile race, best 2 In 3. First prize f75; Second horse saves entrance.
3rd Race—Running—open to common
saddlehorsesi Entrance fee 10 per cent.
Half mil. heats, bust 2 in.% One prisons.
(Judges to determl no wh Ich are common
saddleborses).
4th Race—Running-Indian ponies. Entrance fee |1. Half mile race, best 2 In 3.
First prise $10, Becond So.
; Three horses to enter aud two horses to
start In each nice. Decision of Committee
to be final.
All entries for races, except race No. 4,
to be made (before 12 noon to D. MoPhad-
en) on Monday Uth Inst,
Hotses for first race to be on tbe ground
atla. m. sharp. Fifteen minutes to be
allowed between each heat.
BOAT AND CANOE RACING.
Co»MITTxi.-Alox. Ewen,I. A. Laldlaw,
Wm. Johnson; Copt. A. Grant, Wm, Vlan-
en, J. Rlnstey.
. Railing raoe for opon boat, not to exceed
30ft. In length, 3 boats to start. Entrance
foe ts.00. First prize SHO.uo: Second 120.00.
Selling Mo. to begin at dp. in, 14th of
June.
Four Oared Dig Race, open tooll comers,
with or without outriggers or sliding Beats.
Entrance 12.60. First prize »w.0O: Second
$10.00. To be rowed on tho l«h of Juno at
4 p.m. 	
Ftitdng 8kuT Race.
Two pair .culls (white men) open to all
comm. Jtnlruce 11.00, Flr.1 prlro II.-.-
Mi Second 110.00, To be rowed on the 14th
of June.
Boys Rue-twhlte) under IB years, two
pair Hulls. Mrst prise 17.60: Second Hso,
To be rowed on the 14th of June.
Indian CanosKeee-liri in each canoe).
First prise 180.00, second prise J7.60.
Indian Oanoe Race—(11 men In each
canoei. First prise moo, second •S.60.
Indian Canoe Kaoe-ci men In each
once).  First prize M.00.
Indian races to commence on the 13th of
June, «t 1p.m.
Single scull Race, open to all comers.
Prise 13.00. To be rowed on tho 15th of
June.
Decision of Committee to be final. Three
boats, skiffs or eauoes to enter..
GAMES AND SPORTS.
CoMxnra.-L, F. Bonson, F. Clinton,
W. J. Corbett, W. Ross, P. Grant, T. Mow-
atl, F. Crake, J. Sprott.
IO COMMENCE10 A. X., 15T1I JUNK.
400-yard Race. Entrance fee 31.00. First
prize 110: 8econdjs,00.
100-ynrd Race. Entrance fee 01 .oo. First
prise w.00: second «.oo.
Hurdle Race 6 hurdles]. Entrance fee
11.00.  First prise #10-00; Second 01.00. -
Running long Jump. Entrance SO ets.
First prize 11.00: Second BOO.
Standing long Jump.  Entrance 60 els.
First prise woo; seeond tMD.
JRqtroIng High Leap: ^nt 	
Unit prise ttoiri Second 11.00: Third 11.00.
SL __	
Running Hop, Step .ud Leap,   En-
 m.... „,_. „... .. »,. SMnnj gw
 - „ -_..r, .—. -ip. "Entr
60 Ota. First prHie 14.(0: Reeouil 12.00,
V.ultlng. Entranoe 60 ct«. First prize
IS epiSnondMl Third BOO.
Thrw-legged Bin.   Entranoe 60 els.
^b^'fur^e*.,.*;
■Mond 12.60. Intrnee free.
8ukR.ee. - '    	
80.  Entranc...	
Boys_Raee [under Uyearsl. Entrance
*1s0j Bmod. ll.Oe.
.tween Artillery and
traneesoois. Firstjprlse14.00:Second.	
M8tand[ng Hon, Swp^A^Leap.. Entrance
First prise M.0III Seeond 12,-
TOtcaueirr procession
{nC.noe. and Boats on Fraser River on
he evening of th. 14th.'.
I
I,a!,^f"9e"Ji,,Ila
p Tickets, On. Far..
For Sale or Lease.
A FARM CONTAINING 848 ACRES-
A partly Improvod;: Situated on the
north Arm, Fraser Hirer, about 6miieN
from New WeatratnHtorand about8miles
from Vancouver. For -tturttculnre apply
to JAMBS MILLER, Sen Island, North
Arm, or to JOHN SPROTT, Immigration
Afeent,-TJew Westmlitster.        dwfelml
Estate of Kelly Bros.
TAKE~N0T.DE.
A LL rEIWONS INDEBTED TO THE
A abovu Estate nre notified that Mr.
Henry V, Edmonds In alone anthomed
by us to receive payment thereof and to
give receipts for name,
«. J. PITTS,
P. (3. SIMPSON,
JNO. WILSON,
AsKltfiicoH of Estate of Kelly Bros,
UmhSSta
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Board of Directors, 1886*87:
H. E. CORBOULD, President.
C. M. MCNAUGHTEN, Vice-President
W. H. KEARY, Sec-Treasurer.
W. N. BOLE, H.P.P.! H. ELLIOTT;
J. W. HARVEY; J. CUNNINGHAM.
DIRECTORS' ANNUAL REPORT.
Gbntlemkn—In presenting our report
for fiscal year ending 31st March, 1887,
we beg to state that it will be an utter
impossibility to ran the hospital free of
debt on the grant just voted by the government for the ensuing financial year.
The surgeon has been attentive in his
duties ontf reports a large increase in tbe
number of patients admitted during the
year, showing also that wo have received
patients from all parts of the province,
There are a number of incurables in
this hospital, some of whom were brought
from Victoria hospital years ago. The
sum of $1,000 a year has been voted for a
convalescent home in Victoria, the last
few years. The Hoard think, therefore,
that some of these incurables should be
shipped back to Victoria.
A great number of improvements have
been mado during the year, walls and
floors repaired, a wash-house built, the
two cesspools thoroughly cleaned; the
building being old, .requires constant re*
pairs, which entails considerable expend*
inure.
The hospital has been filled to its
utmost capacity during the whole year.
The Board desire to thank subscribers
for generous substriptionB, lists of which
are annexed, and without which it would
have been found impossible to have kept
the institution free of debt; also the congregations of Holy Trinity Church, St,
Andrew's (Presbyterian), Methodist and
Baptist Churches for hospital Sunday
collections, and the following ladies and
gentlemen for old clothes, linen, books,
paperscto.:—Mesdamcs C. T. Woods, C.
K. Woods, Major, Lonnic, H. Elliot, W.
J. Armstrong, W. B. Townsend, Douglas, Edmonds,.J. W. Harvey, Baker, W.
H. Keary, D. Hennessey, Cummings, A.
M. Herring, Bronskill, Sisters St. Ann's
Convent, ladles W. C. T. U„ Bachelors'
Ball Hatchery, Messrs. I.B. Fisher, Z. 8.
Hall. R. I. Bentlcy, J. S. McDonnell.
The surgeon's report is appended here*
to, and gives full details of the work
accomplished for tho year.
The average cost per day for each resl-
■dentipatient in the hospital, which includes the diiburseiituntv on1 out-door
patients, Is 67 cents.
W. H. KEARY,
Hon. Secretary.
SURGEON'S REPORT
Fon Year Ending 81ht March, 1887.
To the Members of the Board of Directors:
GENTLEMEN.-I have the honor to
herewith present tho report on this Hospital for the year ending 31st March, 1887:
Number of Indoor Patients ..103
»    .     Outdoor     •(      , 60
"          Remaining in Hospital* 18
" Died « :.. 14
Causes of death of the foil rlcen who died
and length of time In Hospital:—1 typhoid fever, (I dys; 1 alcoholism, I!) dys; 1
oftectA of fire ut Vancouver, 4 mos. 10 dys;
1 bronchitis, 4 dys; 1 Inflnmntlou of bowels, Sdys; 1 consumption, 2 mos, 99dys;
1 syphilis; 0 dys; 1 paralysis, 4 dys; 1 aneurism (popliteal), 4 mos. 28 dytt; l general
debility, II mos. 27 dys; 1 aneurism (nrota),
l'.» dys; 1 old age, 6 dys; 1 paralysis, 23 dys;
1 dropsy, 6 dys; total, 14.
Although tho number of deaths Is large
tho short number of days In the Hospital
of a large proportion or them shows that
they came In In a hopeless condition.
The places where the indoor patients
wero received from are as follows:
Victoria,,,,, »H... 5
Cariboo,.,.,
Kamloops  fi
NewWestmlnBt4r..2S
Bonaparte..
Yale „......,	
Port Moody....
Hastings	
Moodyvllle ....
Port Htttiey....
Vancouver.....
Hope	
C. P R	
Total	
Ladner's Landing.. 2
Langley  2
Clover Valley....... 1
Harrison River..... 1
Mod Bay.  8
Chllliwhack 1
Nqrtb Arm, Eraser 1
Boston Bar............ 1
Casslar 1
Fraser River a
Mission 3
Pitt Meadows 1
 .103
Tbe number of Incurables now In the
Hospital Is twelve [121. This large number requiring to be taken oars of from
year to year renders It impossible to make
n number of desirable Improvement* In
the building, owing to the limited supply
of funds.   I hare introduced tho table of
residences to show thi-per     "
jColumbla that thoy all oui
residences to show the people of Biltlsb
Columbia that thoy alt ought to take ait
intercut. In helping on this Institution,
which is increasing In usefulness every
year, an may bo seen by comparing the
number of -Indoor patients of tlio.prevlomt
year-rBevotity'/ivtj-iTSj-fWltta.tlilsvyear—
one hundred und thriic (103).
Wo still require a lot of draining to be
donenboutnnd from the building.  The
Soors ami walls have been Improvod and
io new wash-room Is a great addition to
the comfort ot the place,
I have great pleasure In thanking a
number or friends of the Hospital for present* of clothes, old linen, pictures, books
and papers. Again I havo to thank tbe
steward, Mr. Charles Dlgby, for hlaoon*
stant attention lo the cleanliness of the
building and his kindness and nttentlon
to the wants of tbe sick ttnd his readiness
In currying out till my directions, Before
closing this report I must offer my sincere
thmiks to Uio medicalRcnUemen whoso
kindly offered their aHslstitnco to myself
whenever required tlitrliij* the past year.
I mn Yours.Kiiltlifiijly,
IKNTLKY.M.B.,
Surgeon It, C. JT.
IL I. JIB!
TREASURER'S REPORT.
In presenting tlicaoenunts for lite past
year, tho Treasurer bcus lo cull attention
to the fact thnt the out lay has been rigidly
scrutinized, In wh|ch he has been ably
assisted by the Sin ward, Mr. Dlgby. There
seems Utile proipect of any reduction of
expenditure. You will notice that the
Subscriptions have been liberal and have
been a great assistance In keeping the
Institution free of debt. It ts to be regretted that the Government have reduced
the grant to tho Hospital from Um to l»,-
.'  . ■ , :,■>'    '   ,   Treasurer.
The Treasurer ik Acer, with the Rot>
alUomjmbian Hospital.
'^Moitan,'''-'
To Balance from MM «• 3Wg
Government Grant, «V°9K
Paving Patients,'  ,    ■ .;        »?*»
Collections and Subscrtptlons, ■ 61
B,i;isWiw2ftMMi'
Collections, Holy Trinity,
Baptist.
Methodist,
;. Presbyterian,     U
R.8. Hnnna, proceeds of Ball
615 75
8750
M00
24 00
Sim
WW
,  ut Klgln,
Mrs. Towje, prouoods of Ball nt
Langley,
10 28
By Audit
Bedding,
Bread.
Clothing,
Drugs and Appliances,
Furniture,
Funerals,
Fuel,
Groceries,
Insurance,
light,
Meat and Fish,
Medical Comforts,
...I   10 00
16128
Nursing,
New wash House,
Repaint to Buildings,
•salaries,
Stationery, Printing, Ac,,
Hhtpplngincurftble,
Vegetables,
Washing,
Balance,
8181
BUS
80C
m.
20 K
tat,
IH 00
.5.2
'If
HIsiV
Tb Balaam alter pa*l.t aocts. to   	
MambSlst, «S»8
Examined and round oorreot,
W.H.FAU.IKG|tor
New Westminster, Hay 7th, 1887.
List or BikHttten to Hoapital.
MOOTYVILLE.
Moodyvllle
S.M.Oo.,»M«J0 J. Fisher,
B. Springer, *>W
A.N.cHng, «<0
W.T.MoOrrth,6l»
P. Jsmes,
H. H. Flood,
K.   CadwaU-
ader,
J. Little,
W. Gower,
J. BLHuider-
880
2 50
S00
1
H. B.'Walbr, 2 50
T. Tamaree, 100
O. O. Barbell, 1 60
A. May, .2 SO
J.MoWhtoney,2tJO
It. Trim, 2 00
A. Brown, 180
J. Doyle, 180
C. Armstrong, 180
A. McCallnm,
L. Swett,
G. White,
A. Andrews,
W.MoLtod.
W,A. Winger,
£ 00 M. Beck,
H. f ike,
D.MoCallmn,
W. Dineen,
A. Robert,
J. Chapman,
E.Oreen,
G.WaMams,
8. Hulam,
W, Saunders,
A. K. Calkins, 1
B.Umlah,
J. Blsgren,
E. Martin,
J. Lester,
D. Briley,
60
00
00
00
00
J.W.Twaddl.,16 00
KICHMOND.
W.D. Ferris, »1 OOlJohn Sir,
J. Prestidge       25 "'
A. Kilgour,     1 00
J. T. Erriagton,   75
Geo. Carsoallen,   60
D. McDonald, 1 00
Mrs. Gerow,
(100 60
H. Somerville,
8. Yoxall,
J. Johnson,
J. Shaw,
E. CKirkland, 1 00
F.D.Taylor,   100
Capt. Stewart, 1 00
LADNER'S
T. McNeely, 110 00
H. N. Rich, 6 00
Jas. Bone, 1 00
Chas.Clsusen, 1 00
W.LMoBrlde, 1 00
N. H. Bain, 2 60
W. Kirkland, 1 00
J. B. Burr, 1 00
H. Hellinsen, 1 00
60
100
1 00
1 00
1 80
J. Jones,
K.Smith,
D. Smith,
H. McDonald, 1 00
Jos. Griffiths, 2' 60
Jno. Ferguson, 1 00
John Swanson, 1 00
J.W.Miller, 100
Jas. Miller, 100
Wm.Niooll, 60
Hugh Boyd, 100
Mrs. Thomber, 1 00
123 25
LANDING.
G, MoKensle,
Wm. McKee,
J.   O.   Ferni.
hough,
A. Gilchrist,
SharpetPaine,2 60
D. Woodward, 2 00
Geo. Green, 1 00
Chris. Brown, 100
$36 60
1 00
2 00
2 60
100
LULU IIBAND.
Walter Lee, |1 00
E. J. Jones, 1 00
Mrs. Petsrson, 1 00
Frank Jeason, 1 00
Cly ft Swift, 100
O. P. Bylandsr, 60
Thos. Kidd, 2 60
Blair Bros,,
London Bros.
Geo. London.
JohnDall,
Ed. MUUrsra
M.Welol,
2 00
280
-80
100
100
250
AXAUditstm, 100
AllredAdham,2 60
M.M.English, 2 SO
E. S. Bartruff, 1 60
Chu.Fri.od, 60
Jas. McKay, 100
M. 8tevos, 2 SO
Thos. Lindsay, 1 00
F. Humphrey, 2 00
John Green, 1 00
Thos. Harris, 60
John Taylor, 2 00
Ely Sanders, 2 00
Da-id Held, 100
8. M;Peanon, 1 00
Ghwcejr I*o, 1 00
ThirkletTlffln,260
Bisattus, 100
H. McDonald, 2 60
•16 80
MOUNT LEAMAN.
D. Nicholson,!    80 L. Paqui, 50
E. W, King, 1 00 J. Yowert, 1 00
Jaa. H. Loe, 1 OOL. Fletcher, 60
LB.McGregor,    SO ——
15 00
WADE'S LANDING.
F. E. Wade, 15 00|K.G.M«K«uiy,2 00
Ralph Burton, 2 OolP. E. Wsde,    1 00
NEW WESTMINSTER.
$10 00
Corbould ft
MoColl, $20 00
J. Cunningham, 10 00
Hy. Elliott, 10 00
C.MoDoaough,1000
J.KUatdftCo,10 00
S. H. Webb, 10 00
J. A. Calbick, 6 00
LB-Mshw, 20 00
L. L. Doane, 1000
Jas. Cash, 5 00
Van Volken'
borg ft llro, 10 00
HOPE.
E. 8. Scoullar
ft Co., 10 00
Jas. Punch, 2 SO
H. Johnson, 2 60
A Kilgour, 26 00
Alfred Adams.U 00
Geo. Mead, 2 60
W. Vianen. 2 00
J. E. Phillips, 2 00
J.8. Macdon.11,1 00
D.S.Curtis, 2 60
A.M.Herrlng, 2 60
J.Cunningham. 2 60
D. Robson,      1 00
♦190 00
C. Galloway, |6 00
G. Wllklnwn, 2 60
Clus. Murphy, 1 00
Roland Rider, 50
J. W.Wirth, 2 00
Wm, Yates, .2 00
J. A, Fraser, 100
Hudnn B.yCo,2 00
Jas. Canigan, 2 50
Jss.Wardle,    2
dinylOml
A. H. Coppen, 1 50
J. Murphy, 1 00
J, G. Bristol, 10 00
D. A. MoDon-
aid,
B. Silver,
T. Alvarey,
J. H. Bears,
Luk. Gibson,
W.L. Flood,
100
160
100
2 00
1 80
2 60
IU 00
Piano Toning.
M%%.%!i^^tn?.ain:
nFalewdays. Orders for tuning m.y lie
left at Lyal's Bookstore,
dapaotc GOODWIN * JORDAN.
Dental Notice.
I EXPECT XOLKAVK FOR THB IN-
terlor on-the flOth Inst, to be absent
one month. All requiring dental work
please take nollet and gnvern thtmislvci
accordiiigly. C. E. C. BROWN.
 -dwiyyalml	
THE CfflNlf LONDON
Fire Insurance Co
OF I.i)(4I)ON, ENOI.AMD.
CAPITAL      •      ~    IMiMMM
Dominion OovtO.po.lt, mm
HU Sr^wirnaa* tw. isassaasw* tnawtaii
: 'Mntn AiewMaT un*.
Policies Written and UM«s Adjusts* and
PaldwltlioutIt.remie.toRom.Onm.
AfeMiTVaaooowr.
^SElA**nii wanted In unrepresented
districts. Apply to     _,—_-«,-
O.n.r.1 Ajini PorBrflffinOoWmhlK
A CHANCE
mO HAKE HOUSE RENT AND &0 A
J. Month, by purchasing the Furniture.
Api)'y«tbi»l>filM,   Tr        :. dje8w3
XTOTlCE-tt HJmEUT^lVBN THAT
ll 80 days after date we, the under*
iTgned, Intend making application to the
Ohlef Commissioner o? Lands and Works
for permission to lease for timbering purposes tha following desorlbed-land:
Commencing ht a stake placed atthe
Intersection of the North lino of Loamy
A Kyle's timber limit, known tin Limit B,
with a lake distant about 2 mllos north:
irt> from Cardero Channel; thence run-
nlna North 20 chalnB. Went 20 ohalns.,
North20ohalnS, WentiOchalns, North90
chains, West 20 chains. North 20 chains,
West w chains, to the Routh-west corner
post; thence. Nurth 20 chulns, East 20
chains, North -20 chnlns, ■ East 40 chains.
North 20 chains, East 40 chains, North 20
ohalns. East 40 ohalns, South 80 olutlns, to
tbe lute shore: thence. West,.following
lake shore to place of commencement—
containing 1820 acres, moro or less,
... LEAMV A ^YLE.
Vanoonver, «;C.,'3lst May, 1887. dJo2ml
JOHNS. COX,
IMPORTER & DEALER IN   '
IT COSTS NO HOm TO KEEP GOOD
Fowls than lt does to keep poor Fowls,
My Breeding 'Pens'are equal loony in
the United states or Canada.
I propose to furnish Eggs from premium
and first-class Fowls, my design being to
establish a reputation Uiat wiiriasl.      '
Cash must accompany all orders'
Address, with stamp, -
J0HNS.C0X,
dwfeTto '   ' NewWestmlnster.
OF THE HARRISON.
Finest tee ud
END0R8ED BY THE LEADING PHYSICIANS.
PRIVATE SWIMMING AND VAPOR
BATHS.
8EPABATK APA1LT.UF.KTb COR LAMES
With Experienced Attendants In Charge
■•lei Aeeomniedatlon   iiusnrpassed,
with graduated rates.
' Stages meet all trains at Agasels's Sta-
tlonTt). P. R.
MRNn Improper persons allowed on the
premises.
Sathrday rate by C. P. R.—WesIminster
toAfasstc and return, only $3.60. Tickets
good for 15 days, &>.00. dwjefltc
TONO-TORTES.
MMHKD1L,     IHGIIKS'f AWARD.
Wrmtont'Exlilbltlon, Lendoii.
mHTC'MA-r*:rjrAOTUi.r,w or Birssfte.
A KIRKMAN aro noted for their superior Quality of workmanship nnd material
employed.
The Pianofortes mado bytlilsold-eslab-
liKhBd Brm are speelallytulHirtod to the
climate of each country whence they aro
 -led.
„ Iron frames, overstrung, check uc*
tion, and all the latest Improve ment*, en-
sported,
•ar iron ___
..on, and all th-._ „...,.
surlng brilliancy of tone. ,
ttolltftTWAtoaisCO
VIOTOBIA,
a.Ie Agt.1. tar British Columlil..
. iIwjmWs
TABIjB <
Showing tlio Dates and Places' or
Coins of Assise, VIM Prills, and
0*er and Terminer, for the
Tear 188!.
SPRING AHSrZKH.
[ Ou Vontionvev Island J
Victoria Momtny............l(ltli May.
Nnnaimo Tuesday ...,.7til June.
[ Obi Mainland ]
NewWestmliiHter..WeuneKilny...tth May.
Kamloops ....Monday Uth June.
Clinton Monday. Uth June.
KALL ASSIZE*.        ;
[On MalnUnd]
Blclitleld Monday Uth Sept
t'llntpn Wodn»diiy...asth Sept.
K^rJ::::SS!!fe;:;:;;i?!ln8cl:
»e>Westmlnster..Wednesdny...StliNov.
f On Vanoouver Island ]
Vlotorla.......Mondny... SSlli November.
Nanalmo Tuesday otli December.
dap20ul
land Registry Ordinance, 1S70.
Tk. *. E. K «r Mm ». 1- HtJteettea II,
TowasH* 4, U tke Dblrlet ot Sr~
w
Title of Josej
lands has been losi
filloatlon has beei
hereof; notice la , ™	
that a fresh certificate of title will	
ed in lieu of that so lost or destroyed, unless cause be shewn to the contrary in
one month from tbe date hereof.
R. W. ARM8TRONQ,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Offlee.
New Westminster, Mth May, 1887.
 dmyaoml
TiiUNOM Gall int.
f; 0.1* 71
WM McCOLL,
iiiitil HmUsi!
Dry Goods, Men's Furhlshin|t,
Groceries & Provisions.
LUNDDOM'S BLOOK, OolumW. I
dw-auste
■ NIT IWsWn
NURSERY
Fralt Trees, - -.
efMBsMsUtlTKes,
'■■■^saanjwiwta,.
And OAROEN STOCK on hand In |mat
variety. r
Everything nrst^lass nnd furnished In
good shape.
O.W. HBHBYi'' V,
dw-deisto Port Hammond, B\C,
EMPLOYMENT
TUB UNDKRStONEU HAVING OPEN-
ud an Employment Offloe and Commission Aaenoy in Naw WesttMnster, Invites noairfrom .11 In want of employment. In search of help, or who wish the
services of a commission agent.
■ It you   : .:"'. ,1"
Want a Situation,
Want a Job,
Want a Servant-
Want a Farm Hand,
Want Work of any kind, or
Want Anybody to Work-
Call at the office.
Also—Agent for Marvin * Tllton for the
eelebrate<ri(rte.ii.rni Haeklaery man-
ufaotured by -the Massey Company, of
Toronto, Ont
Columbia St. (adjoining Paoino Carriage
"■--—   P.O. Box08, New Westmin-
Works).
ster.
dwjetto
Look Here!
THE
WHITE
18 KISO!
SiVlKOSBOtJItED the Agency
for tbls oalobrated Machine, I
d be pleiuwd to send one on trial to
any penon desirous of purchasing. The
UaohlaM tr. told on their own m.rltt.
Kr.rjr Ms«hliKi gtmriuivtod by the Com-
panr lor Ave rears.     ''■ ;
r-r-Jtt;  .'  ',
C.   J.   ROBSOW'S
fralt, Otmleotlonory,* Fancy (*lass-
ware* China Store,    '
Coliatkla St.,
ifM,
Xew ffest.
n yot WART TO  MAKE -A SlOB
ToafrlendorrelMlve, go dtm\ to STIR-
SKY'S and look at some or those .lira-
.rdlnnry iMrgalns tn
Ladles' and Ctntlemen's Void and
SIlTer Waitkes, Ckalas,
'.lK*»mSr*»?t,r!(U*,    ■.
Or If yon want a nsefnl ornament for your
house, oxamlne thoso beautiful s^day
striking i'loeks, with cathedral gongs.
He is selling at BOTTOM PRICES.
Wat.kw, from 15 upwards, alt warranted
Fine W.lekBcp.lrl.ga Specially,and
good workmanship guaranteed.
sar Remember the  pl.ee—the "Bins
Store." 	
dwanayl '    Columbia St., New West
Power of
Misses McDOUGALL
(»LUMBI*[/[?llWniTi
- I»^w WeMaain****, a. C.
tar 8»tl^ctton'gaara«t<M, i v>d»nut«
OTICE IS HEREBY «rV»N THAT
40 days .tier d»t.J, H«MdUIOt, lo-
jdto.pplylo lb«M:sTosftBjsroner
Und. and Wof». TSpOrtntis rn acres
thenos South ISO ohalns, more* less, to
shor. llnei theae. .long.shoe, line in a
Northwesterly direction to Mm Intersec-
tj.n of the. South line ot Bee, tj, thenee
East 1 ehtln.rMMOTlMi ih.neeNorih
to place ot bwl.nW-belng the Eut hull
of Sections S and 11, Tuada Island.
>VletDrlt,ao.,<JilMllUi.'U8l. .
4Je9m2       I    "       HENRY KUNG.
mips
Hu on tb. Boad another Carload of
, io-ii(i /. ■.. inntrtf
Reapers, Horse Rakes,
From  JOHN JBtdOrTrJt SOXB, of
London, Out,, which will arrive here
"' ***■( i>i*' uik'■
, WPay uo attention to what other
agents say, W. H. Jenkins will fill his
orders to purchasers.  Satisfaction or no
tale.
dwmySOto W. H. JENKINS.
IT 0-.I6EWB:
OOMPANT
Capital, |S,000,000;   logged
raw, $48,000,000
.1 will; e -<\i.
Rates a* Low as Any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
..>. i -mr ■: .
tr Xliki promptly taken, tad Losses
ittlsftototOy adjitited.
T. R. PEARSON,
dooTt.  a (acs.ap.o^iAOENT.
GUARDIAN
I 'j -tjBPi LOHDON,,fiMQ.
; (air.-jiA.aii1*)'"
i laTAMJMtlD Mil
Bisks Taken «ft Rates
as Low as any other
Reliable Oomp'y.
T. R, PEARSON,
dortto ■''  (B. 0. S. * P. Co.) AGENT.
W. Eii
DEALER IN
literal Mkk\
A Urge AiumlDi«nt o/
DRY GOODS
'     '   -iAWD-, '
GROCERIES
.-.. ;j    aJ,WAmov,KtVliD,    |    >
HCay •■ *zaA W**4.
WHOUMALB AMD UTAIt.     >
WM»AI>CMtBsnVmBM»T»
All rasr -N> TAYJI «n.
to^t^^toS^"
As no liquor or tobtneolsused w.ean by
temperate babll. aad eareful Mtkomy
strrii tb. publle at ttpstltlly lowrtut.
j^k.v o   io.JJi"ldt    .   ( '..(
INDUOEMfeNT8
HOiltAYS
Trtrtrura Mm im *aotjfac.
■D tarns tor oath, I am In a position
to.s.11 at: bottom prkon. ifdy Oeont tre
marked In plain figures and the pries.
ooont taken, off. Cittsnd.eeprlce.be-
lorarmrohtsugeliewhere,   :v,ir<„
tnT tint W.toh Eepsirlng . Spedslty.
J.«*lry madeloordsr. , .
,>*«>„,„„ ^-^^^
OrNMiattuBAn.     <    d»id.l8to
-AND---
^j|jiiit:Tef*iy(rd|a^lS|
siijjiifnrhtdf''! '■"" " y
Pianos and Organ?,
Whl-Ji hewlll sell cheap. These
instruments may be purchased
for cash or in monthly instalments, to suit purchaser. Call
and get .tay.flgures before pur-
chasjng elsewhere, and It will be
to your interest.
Second-hand Pianos and Or-
gati*te*4iile'Wto.«ri'^i;;'";':
iiHVHlAffif
eiy Store, Columbia Street.
dwmhlto     |. ■K...     ~ f I.'      ' "
A OHAPTBB OH PERFUMES.
tb.Ktod. lb.tXUted,.«d.. Aeeou.1 of
tt.lr Production.
'j ''The best .perfumes are mad* from
:", Sower*," said a' manufacturer of por-
tnmas to th* writer.
"The effort that Is being made to
extract perfume- from p troleum and
other thliujs will proye abortive, as they
oan never-equal th. delloa'oy of the'prior''
of a genuine floiver. The amount of cologne made In Amorlca Is enormous, but
it doe* not approach th* quantity manufactured In Europe), where Its use .* well
nigh universal.
■■■ ^IdKthtt country perfume, are mado
ironiihe original llower* only (masmall
Hale, and even then Hi. too expensive
to go Into general competition on such a
basts. lb. odors are nearly all Imported In the shapes of oils and essences, and
fror*toe»«* abatis the colognes are
made. In many foreign countries whole
communities nre supported by cultivating and gathering [lowers.
"The out flowers nro usually placed In
large rat* upon which a proportionate
amount of -water Is poured. After It
■aatrtoodforaoortaln time th* process
of evaporation 1* haatenod by heat, and
the oil In the dower, passe. Into vapor.
?Chi* Is then condensed and th* oil Is
ound floating on the water.
"Thoollfc«mitooonlnlnthearomaUo
prlnciplo of plant*. To make essencos
Irom to. oil It I* usually mixed with
alcohol. Some of tho oils are so volatile
th t tu«v cannot be gathered In this
twatter, TMy trllldy off In the process
of distillation with water, and th* delicate suggestion* ot sweetness are lost
To obviate thl*aheavy or fixed oil Is
employed.
: "It it usually the flaeet grade of beef
suet. Thl* by heat la converted Into a
liquid .tak-and the flower* are put Into
"' "»tforoMfce phut will pas* into
the fixed oil and be held a prisoner.
rJomealeekollsaluusedlnthlsmethod,
H? "JSJP *«•*»» °»li«tsnAna*ta
ladon with th. fragrance of many beautiful flowers that muoh of our perfume
Is imported,
^"^efamou* ittar of roses la made
' > ?!fi*l£$}^B*^Mn*!*'*fch **"*•
"M»»«*»*l'»l'«B*r«a and m some part*
oftui*.y»iuirr»n()e,though:»ho:groTfth
ie comparatively small in the latter
tountrj.
" The natives of those places collect
(his oil in a simple manner. Th. roses
are placed in water, snd alter deoompo-
elilou seta In the oil floats on the surtax und Ufa ah orbed by cotton ball*
do;tly dipped Into the liquid. The cotton under pressure gives up this oil,
. whioh 1* bottled and eeiled. A bushel
of flower* will produce only a few drop*
of olh ■
'' The genuine Is the most expensive oil
In the market,'and worth about $3. an
ounce. It I* adulterated with oil ot rhodium, was apd other substance., and
the price I* arranged losult tht put-
ohtser.
" The. trengthof.thls oil makes It sick-
cuing In Its natural elato. The adulteration hasreaehed such a high state of
Sort.. cUon that even th* most expert are
ecelved by It, '
"PatchouliI* made from a natural
f !"?* tro'ilug In great abundance in tho
Malay Islands, and is a great favorite
as a perfume.
i.^S*™1*? *»*»•»« «•»»»* now for
lavender water. Iti* made by mixing
ro*» and orange waters with the oil of
tavender, and haa a refined and pleasant
""J" M refreshing odo«.. Hh*BhgUsh
loll of lavender lithe beet thst tion the
market, and betides being and ** a perfume la a favorite article In bakeries as
a flavor for cakes and; fancy, product*.
It Is a high stimulant and aueflloientald
to digestion until the *y»tem becomes
mod to it, Mid then It It liable to breed
one of th* wont form* of dyspepsia.
" The lavender shrub and the Jessamine plaat are onltrrated to a large extent fit England and France for thl*
Industry.
-'.• Th* gamine heliotrope Is not at An*
an odor ** the Imitation' The latter I*
known uth* white heliotrope, and la
made from a combination ot violet and
vanilla, and hu a soporific tendency lt
brrsihed for s» Kngth of time.
"Bermmot T*lol7irtth musk forms
theatad. perfumeofth.eolored popu-
lotloui-S .OMnpanUvely cheap oil It
1. made from a nnall.ptolt.of lomon, the
bwtaaaUty of v/saeh grow. In th. Island
of Sicily, and la cultivated .poolally for
this purpose. Tke fruit t* picked while
hard and unripe, and It takes about MO
to produo* a pint of oil under pressure,
liergamot h» a slight Irritant and, it la
r^diwUl«uMharrouabaldhud.
•The distinguishing marks of the
tuberose Is strength, while the violet Is
light snd pure.  The
: The following Business Directory relates
only to persons .whose advertl.ement.apr
pear In the Daily Columbia*. It hat
been found true, as a rule, that persons
who advertise liberally are liberal in their
dealing., and many persons make It a
rule to give preference In their dealings to
those establishments which advertise
freely, The following list Is arranged alphabetically:
LEGAL,.
T. a Atkinson ............ColumbiaSt
W. Norman Bole - ColouiblaBt
Branch Office at Vancouver.
Corbould A McColl MoKensle Bt
Branch Office at Vancouver.
MEDICAL.
Dr. R. H. Cooper. Church St
Dr. J. 0, Henderson Chllliwhack, B. C.
Dr. I. M. McLean MeKensle Bt
Dr. DeWolfe Smith Clarkson Bt
INSURANCE.
W. J. Armstrong [fire],
James Cunningham...
H.V. Edmonds...
f.».'»rrlsLIlfe4_	
T. R. Pearson [Are A life]..
..Court House
.'.'Columbia st
 _ ....MeKensle St
A eooldent].......FerrisBt
  ,_»* llfe]........Colnmbl.Bt
Band Bros. [Ore.llfeAac'd'tJ.MoKensieSt
.   Branch Offices nt Vanoouver A Vie.
Turner, Beeton A Co. IflreJ .Viotoria
Woods-Turner A Gamble
[nre,llfe& acoldent] ColumbiaSt
BBAI, ESTATE AOBECIES.
W. N. Bole ColumbiaSt
Corbould A McColl MoKensle St
H. V. Edmonds MeKensle St
W.D. Ferris _ Ferris Bt
CptPlttendrlgh.. MoKensleBt
Rand Bros .'qm&.4. MoKensleBt
Wm. Sb.nnon.,..i...»...».-  Vancouver
Woods, Turner 4 Gamble Columbia Bt
ABOHITEOT, 4k...
C. R. Clow. .........................Clinton St
G. W. Grant. McKensle St
CONTRACTOR* * BUILDERS.
Ackerman Bios. New Westminster
AUCTIONEERS.
H. • N. Rich > ....................Ladner's
T. 3. Trapp Columbia St
AGENTS FORHAOHIHBRV,*..
Fraser a Leonard .Vanoouver
AORICDLTTRAL IHPLEMBETS.
W.H.Jenklns..WettmlnsterA Ohllllwh'k
Jno. Sfrr..........I....... ......Columbia Bt
MUSICAL IHSTBVMBHTS.
T. R. Pearson.... «. Columbia St
PBHTIEG * RULING.
The Columbian swam Printing Establishment .- Columbia Bt
STOVES * TINWARE.
H. M. Cunningham A Co Columbia Bt
OAS FITTING*.
H. M. Cunningham A Co. Columbia St
IBWIHO MACHINES.
C.J. Robson....... ..........ColumbiaSt
GENERAL HBBOBAHDISB.
ustln	
m
tor.  The
i verbena was once
gantparfnmeand I* natrlyttgnod u the
attarofrofs*.  TheWyoft,'
duoct ow«i th.rrchi
i the lemon, orange and
thought of.
" Cut tht'beet perfume, ar. tonbuuv
tlon. ot the original odor*. Then are
about ono hundred of thus, many ot
whleahavehad thtir day- The secret
of a combination la to mix tb* odor* so
thatttoa* I* prominent and all are lost.
Tno Uett two mo the anolent eaude cologne and the cashmere bouquet '
"To mix the odor. »thst they blend
porteotly I* dlffloult. On* gnat obsUul*
u that whan th* odor* *r* mixed one ot •
mow 61 them will fade away and disappear, having seemingly been neiirallsed
awl worn out l^timV
"Hometime, tb* . cool
named after tome well kac
lubstance. at, for."   "
hay.  BffitjWi
tht, afUcl. named I* (light Indeed, ud
the uiauufacturer rail** on th* Imagination ot the purchaMr to make up the
""■uE'.id ^anoMwamoet the combinations 1* th* Jockey Olub. Other*
h»ve teaton* of popularity and then
pos»»way, but th* glory of th* Jockey
Olub It never dimmed, and th* demand
font never wane*.
"Next In order of favor oome* the
ylang ylsng, and tho patchouli, which
i. thought by many dealer* to be the
, best all-round perfurn. In the market.
" Tu* profltt in' the perfurn. trade are
ononuou* and no ono will ever starve lit
the business."
"   '■'■-■ ;.*!>,'. r
BuUlUHl British tted.
• ■ "In the papers of the late Sir William
Ksplor, ltl* related that when *. Company wu once marching In column of
KOltonsa bull dashed Into It from the
roar, kuooklng tbo men down, and.
atthafnuit-rushedtuward. j
had {the seen alckod them-
J s*4.rccov*roS order when
turn*l round androharg'ed their
 Front Bt
 .........Columbia St
wm. houoU....... ...Columbia Bt
C. MeDonough.. « Front at
DBV GOODS.
Bon Murctio.. ColumbiaSt
D. Drysdale A Ca Columbia Bt
Jaa Ellard A Co. ColumbiaSt
Wm. Roe [Globe Housol......Cotumbla st
DBESIHAKIJG..
Bon Marche -Columbia st
Jas. Ellard A Co Colombia st
Misses MoDougall....................Columbla st
FURNITURE,
Wintemute, ColblekACo Columblast
WOOD. * COAL.
Henry Elliott [Orders left at W, McOoll's]
DRUGS, Ae.
D. B. Curtis A Co...... .-Columbi. Bt
A. Peele -.„„.. ..........Columblast
BUTCHERS.
Robt, Dickinson.....................Columbia St
WATCHMAKERS* JEWELER*
F. Crake.... Columblast
■*". gtliakr. ...........Columbia Bt
0. M. McNaughten .......Colombia Bt
BLAOKSMITHING *   OAKBIAGB
WORK*.
Thos; Ovens....'.'. ..........Columbi. Bt
Reid * Ourrle .......Columbi. st
HOTELS.
Farmers Rome IHoldenl Church Bt
The Clarence iRlchuds] Victoria
LIVEHT, *C.
Mainland Transfer Co.. ColumbiaSt
PAINTERS,  *o.
Chas. Murray. ,. .Clarkson Bt
BOOTS 4k SHOES.
Brighouse Estate.
{^^i'TS^?--?8?™^ jp*MT:
m
M-1NUBLLA BRIGHOUSE.
Education Branoh of'
provincjal skcretaetf'8 departmknt,
. Vlotorl*. May 25th, 1887.
VTOWCB *» H«WC»V.aiVEN THAT
ri thoAnnnalBxnniR&tlon of Cantll-
tUiM for CertlflcBte* of Qnalffloatlon to
teach Id the Publlo Schools of the Pio-
vlnce will be held in the Agricultural
Hall, Victoria, commencing on Monday,
July 4th, at 10 a, m. , ' ' \
latendlDK enndldates art reqplred to
notify thlilJepartment and farnlih testi-
monlali prior to June 2MU.
AppIIcanti for Renewal'of CertlflcateM
_re nereby notified to comply with tbe re-
qulrementaof lab-wctlon 8 of section 41
of tbe "Public Sohool AeMMLV
8. IX POPE,
dmy28m Supeiintendentof Sducntlou.
NOTICE.
SITTINGS OF THB COUNTY OOURT
of Cariboo trill beheld—
At Clinton, Friday, 18th May, 1SS7.
At Ulloorf, Wedneaday, Utli May, 1887.
.. ........ ,»  ™'tesaoy,!8thJone,
At Clinton. Friday, 18th
At LHIoort, Wednesday,
At 160-MUe House, Tui
1S87.
At Soda Creek, Thursday, 30th Juhe,
1887.
AtQaesnellemonth, Monday, 4th July,
At Rlchfleld, Saturday, 9th July, 1887.
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON.
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Beeretary>somce,
20th April, 1887. ilupMd
. NOTICE.     .
TO ROAD CONTRACTORS,
QEALED TENDERS WILL BE RE-
Q celved by tho undersigned np to noon
ofMUnlutkelHk Inst., for certain repairs to the road between Now Westminster mid the South end of False Creek
Bridge, which will Include tbe construction of .boot 47 chains of new road.
Specifications oan bo seen andforms for
tenuer obtained at the Government Office,
New Westminster, and at the office of C.
G. Johnson, Deputy Registrar County
Court, Vanoouver.
The lowestor any tender not necessarily
accepted.
C. WARWICK,
Govt Agent,
New West., June 6,1887. djettd
NOTICE.
G. H, Grant A Co...
H. KensZ........	
Wm.Ross....	
 Colombia St
......Columbia Bt
 .Colombia Bt
TAILOR*.
D. Drysdale A Co ......ColumbiaSt
A,Dlebel...
...Front Bt
NVBSBBIBS,
G.W. Henry i.
E. Hutoherson...
...Port Hammond
 burners
'... ,'AntSX POULTRY, 4te.
Jno, Si Oox.................j....„..Boj*l Avenue
MONUMENTAL.
Alex. Htmllton.... ................Church st
Rudgei Moick..".....„N»w Watsalnster
***
aeataa
tftttat
TB.CiNA-
"in-'lfia-.
so*.,A*
mail N»
nit Co., <« 4
Plush: Parlleuli
enclosed form':
Mdl.
ErerrNan to big Own Business
.A..   FEELE,
PRAOTICAL
CHEMIST&DRUaeiST,
COLUMBIA   8TREET
(OFF. OOIOHIAL HOIBU,
NIT* WBSTMTJI8T1B,  B. 0.
PhrilcUH' riwerlDtloBt and F»m.
Hr Keclpei a gpcelaltf.
N   B. — Only Oenuln. Drop used.
OnrtvnntVYtart'experlenot.    mrSS
—"■•"fflS'j,
RATES OF IN8HRANCE
■y Ike *I4 tollable
o» T^oarnoit-.
mAKE NOTICE THAT I HAVE BEEN
1 uthorlsed by the Manager to eut
down the rates it low, jlnotlgwer, than
Bay other Company In this Province.
JAKIH OVNNIirenAH,
AGENT.
N.W Westminster, M»y SSrd, 1887.
dmy23ml
WB TOO,
REPRESENTING THB
Fferaiz Insiirance Co
OF SBOOKLYN, H. Y„
am sent whan .tamps tn
Don't worry if yon tie oo1
—   Writ* to Mr.! fir—
raent,   	
ton Street Bast,
for reply;
a%&%9M
i.  Send stamps
dwmrismg
NOTICE.
fin
front.
The
oommandlng
"«■» paro.lo reeelve
mettllied-baj
ofBoer
shouted,
"Id tb«
Juttln
mwiuiedbajrohett
time lo meet th. shock,
The bull eharged horn*  and fell,
^.ftaaJSEt',.":-
'    nr***nUaa*s«a*aaMOta.Wdl.
. ...ffr*^i«* WkVaVftixaYAA didtcll-
ooll^''lf,y.u *•.*&>■(« slM one thing
'M**mffim*i
'"Ot,';
-^arh.
,* "id
wd throw, t r«k
Sit him, tool"
GIVEN THAT*}
•e^St&A
..   Intend to apply to
Commissioner of Lands and
1MMU UIWIUiilBV
described as follows]
Commencing .t the-S. E. comer of th.
"" " -' " *■ —B WohV—
■iiDiiuvj iivrtn tjv uiiBniaj  i,ii*"udO We
ohalm; thenee South « chains: tht
B.W. ,H of Bee. 8} thenoe Bait 40 ohalni:
thenoe North 8D ohalni: thenee Weatft)
ohalm; thenee South 40 chains: thenoe
Bait 40 ohalni; thence South 40 ohalm to
point ot commencement. \
ROBT. B. JAOKSON.
Victoria, fi. a, April 23,1887.    daptfmS
UND SURVEYORS,
Vlre, Lift, Accidentm Mirtne
iDsnrance.
JsVOrXITnT-Vrs.    .
Dominion Express Comp.' y, Id.
ItltCIn CSIiaiM
snkKotH
Bought, ami Bold,
COLtJMrJIA STREF1T,
Telephone M.     irjiiw
1 dlWto
Mim Ifisttisnce Co.
ARE PRBPARED TO TAKE RISKS
■ikiruniiUtr l.mpur ropre-
We .lso sav. the assured time and trouble by being able to write.our policies
here without reference to Victoria office,
as w. tie direct agents.
WOODS, TUIHU 4 SAHBI.S,
Agenls, NewWestminstor, ac
lit June, 1887. djelml
nu'tntMim I«v7Amst m
«TARR KIDNEY PAD.
"TrMUnenlbyAbsorptlon hu for some
tut
_. „ „ —  lOigan.,  _	
tlves,1; but In nses of Klduty Dtttose and
time been recognised by Medical Men to
both.most simple and eirectual means
ot conveying to Diseased Otgans,*>Cura-
HVM," DIM ,   _	
Complaint, attendant thmwl, successful
tretfment was practicably impossible un-
Ul tk. IntmduoUon of the sBn Kidney
Pad. It con. les.lhua.logl.pr.Krlp-
tlon Md Is ImmauunMy nun tectttrc
ul ttteUte than ann trnmlttgcf internal
'tdt&ncd toeing. Wore isom«ll.t.ly ov.r
becom. .bsorbed by the diseased .nil to
  ■*        lyandc"	
urn thi
onr. Ii
-. -„_ipl««s.
ires when., nothing else can.
Pad ncQoinpllshes nosl-
mbledOnmns,oontinaously and dlreoll:
-'-ulrto to Insure In ro'—'"-■	
itlon.ndorigln.lvli
le to the patient and pies
littering, Won .
of Djsoase, Its .curative properties
dlreclh
ielrhe.1
[tl.com
sntlnlt
'Kidney Pod^flcoolnplTshes posl
slve results A imire valuable
' ts a true remedy for Kidney
yrt*jjevoemta*.-ModtcalGaictts
art KU.tr In*. m.nuruclur.d
._ _ to. 1. a psrm.nmtrarecni.for
dlsM.es, disorders and ailment, of the
Sidneys, Bladder and urinary secretive
pS?rnuoh^.MreiDX':c'.a.«
produolng urlnur disc '
h^.ent,ranlf,dlfflciii
ous micturition, tnabllli
atdlmtntanr urine, dro.  ......
Me,,denoting th. presence In the system
of dlstitMoommon to tbe urlnMT secretive organs-known •• gravel c.farrb ol
Ih. oUdun ud iwss.ge., Brljht's disease,
*labsM, arop.|f»fcn nsrvowdsbtllly.
tu. Swd for n&npbl.t lo LANOI.EY A
CO., WbrteWTiSu, VlclorU.   Ret.ll;
V«f^n„,,r,^,..MrWK,Y
Sidem,suoh ask
I, painful pr oopl-
.Ity of retention and
ropsloal symptoms,
*«»...
liCO.,THB
VAg(JpUy»RJ)R7JO CO.. Vancouver,!
W. B. MCCARTNEY A BRO.. Vancouver
•~ . B.LOVKT.L' Yale; W.
It Valley; H. CLAliKA
dwsrtBrl
V OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Xl 60 days after date. I intend to apply
to the Chief Commissioner ot Lands and
Work, to purchase 480 acres of land situate
on Texada Island, New Westminster District, and described a. follows*
Commencing at the N. E. corner of the
S.E.%of Sec.«! thence North 40 chains:
thenco West BO chains: thence South 80
chains: thenee East 40 chains; thenoe
North 40 ohalns; thenco East 40 ohalns, to
point of commencement,
H. D. HELMOKEN.
Victoria, B.0.) April aa, 1887.    dup26inl
NOTICE.
■\TOTICB IS HBREBV OIVEN THAT
ll 00 days after date I Intend to apply
to the Chief CommlBftloneroi' Lands and
Works to purohaie 480 acres of land [more
or less] situate on Texada Island, New
Westminster District, and described as
follows:
Commencing at the N.W. corner of N.E.
ti of Sec. 0: thonno South 80 chains; thence
BostS chains to shore Hue; thence followingmeandering of shore line in a north-
westerly direction, 180 chains [more or
less]: thenco EastSSchainsfwore or lessj
to point of commencement.
M. W. TYBWHITT DRAKE.
Victoria, B.C., April 22,1877.     daptfmS
NOTICE.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT 00
-' ^SJ7! !$** AAtf l intend to apply to
e Chief Commissioner of Lands and
/orks to purchase 480 acres of Jandon
Texada Island. New Westminster DtBtrlet,
described as follows:
Commencing at the S. E. corner of S.W.
tiotSecS', thence East 40 ohalns; thenoe
South 80 chains; thence West io shore
line; thence following meandering of
shore line in a north-westerly direction to
fl. E. corner of See 4; thence North 10
ebalns [more or less]; thence East 40
ohalns to point of commencement,
JAMES LUMBERT SMITH.
Victoria, B. C, AprI122, ,1887.     dap25m2
iTOTICB.
1I7E HAVE APPIJED TO THE HON,
.,¥?, the MiiUstei-of tho Interior for permission to cut timber on the following
described tract of land, NewWestmlnster
District:   ....    .   i; ■
Commencing at a post marked "M," on
the south side of Scott creek, on the east
side and about 8 miles from the head of
Pitt lake; thence east along the bank of
said creek 40 chains; thence . south 20
ohalni. thenoe west 40 chains, thence
north i» chains, along the shore of the
lako to tbe point of commencement.
. BRTJOT!TTE SAW MILL CO., LD.,
W. N. Dbapkr, Secretary.
New Westminster, 18th May, 1887.
dmylTml ___________
THE  STEAMER
ti
GLADYS"
UNTIL   FURTHER   NOTICE   WILL
leave Wise's Wharf, for
Chllliwhack anil Way Places
TUESDAYS 4V FRIDAYS
r •:    . At7A.M.,   ■
Returning tlio following days, u
For freight, Ac, apply on board orto
W.MATHERS,
dmksltb OntheWharf.
D. S. CURTIS & GO.
Wholesale and Retail
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
.1 Old Bboid St. ud 16 Fall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
FOE INSURING HOUSES * OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merohan.
disc, Manolaorurinjg and Farming Stock,
Snips In Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Osrgoesdf such Vessels j also, Ships build-
lag ud repairing, Barges ud other Vcs-
sel. on navigable riven ud canals, ud
Goods on board suoh Vessels, throughout
Gnat Britain ud lrclud ud in Foreign
Countries,
"RUM LOSS OR DAlUflK BT FIHK.
Subscribed ud Inverted Capital,
£1,600,000 STG.
Rate, of Premium and every inform.,
tion ou be obtained on application to
W. J. UHSTB0NU,
Agent (or New Wntminstur.
ma_t______m__m_m__^mgt%\
■ ■■'iSMliJOO   VJIAti   aMT
JUBILEE PRICES
-w-i
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
Saaraalce Cpll.l.......
.•I,*I*,M*
DRUQQISTSI
fe# Wtttmlnster, B. C.
dwmhlOto
E'iA.dlE'IO
REID & CURRIE
nil   aUNUMOTUMinft IsWOHTIIWOF
Farm Wagons,
Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons,
;     Carriages,
Top Buggies,
Open Juggles,
Phaetons,
Butoher Carts,
Bog Carts,
Bump Carts,
Brays,,       Sjt>ges,
'AND^KVERYTHING   IN  THB
VEHICLE UNE.
: Second-hud Staxes AExpnil W*(>
OM for sale cheap.
Repairing, Falatlsg A Trlaatlng
don. at reasonable prices.
BUCKSMIWC
1* .11'its1 Branches.   Estimates given on
Ironwork ud Contracts tain.
-llone-ShoelDR and eeneral
;;)■!       Jobbing.
We also keep In stock to supply th.
tmdt, Inia, Steel.^halns, Cumberland
Cejul,; HoTse sVd Ol Bhoes, Harrows,
I*B*u«*Steerftar>o# Tertb, Cwriiure
Bprings ond Axles, and a complete stock
of Ckrriaoe Hardware,
A lot of nrst'Chss Ploughs I Htr*
nnpwhtnAti.riii'.nti .•..
..garWc have got tho best workmen to be
UtdTln ths country, and we Import nearly
.11 the stock we use from the east-conse-
qnoiitly we can offer Inducements to purchasers thai wo could not hav. done some
time ago. All material nnd work leaving
the simp will lie ruaranteol to be Just as
nproscnteil. Orders from th. country
promptly .Mended to,
dw»pllto REIDAOURRIE
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
■ a home"company, '
Thii, Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:-
The SeourLy offered to policy holden Is
unsurpassed by any Company doing business In Canada,
It has no schemes of insurance, bnt the
well-established lines, hence the policy
holders cannot be misled as to tliefr contracts.
Its statements to the public en be readily understood, IU cash statement showing every Item of Income and how expen-
Itsppsltlonlsasoertalnedannuollyfrom
■*.d,!'41.!*d Tft"*M°? '.n vrtilali .very Item
of liability Is Included.
.Its progress hu been nnexsmpled In
the history of insurance In Canada.
IU policies an Indisputable after three
years, and non-forteltable after two years'
existence,
Its pronu are distributed upon an eqult-
abe basis. The proEU to one elass of
policy holders an not lessened to give
Urger profitsi to uy other class, which
method affords superior advantages over
the uniform bonus plan of distribution.
Liberal Coadlllau a. I. BesUe.ee ud
Travel*
J. K.MacDONALD,
Huaglng Director.
T.R. PEARSON
Agent, New Weetmlnitei
JeT-imo-alternate.
FANCY 1KSSS^^^^«
Prints, Ginghams, Piques,
Jerseys and Parasols*
LADIES' & GENTS' SUMMER MERINO & COTTON UNDERWEAR.
OIiOT
3 Ml
4
Men's. Boys' <fc Children's Straw Hat«,
tke,    &c.
*^*For the next four weeks we will allow finer cwtt. diwnsmt on all
Parcels purchased exceeding the irdih ol 7ftsiV"*4)*lliatv",'*,^',,**r',*,»
Sew *4resls.hHler, Hay Uth, Ml.
dwroyutc
tt,'jt ^
inn*
A .Li
.if   \-' PH, '.
%
ONE pAR LOAfc
Just Received from the Bait per O. T. B.
This Consignment is Flrsf-claaa in
every respect and will he sold >
.X.SBO-
Second-hand Oarriagea, Bii^m Mi 8tap
DItLEK a, IHFORHB IH
Dry Goods
CLOTHING
GROCERIES
JUST nECEIVJJD IN DRY GOODS,
A NEW STOCK
In ail shade, and material ol DRESS
GOODS, including Cashm.ro., Merinos,
SUks, Satuis, Black and Colored Velve-
teens tnd Plushes. COTTONS (bleached
ud unbleached), LININGS, BUTTONS, HOLLANDS, *o. Gny, White,
Scarlet and Cheoked FLANNELS. LA.
DIES GLOVES, In Cotton, Wool, Silk
ud Kid. Lsdlw Merino and Lamb
Wool Vests. JERSEYS, sll prices.
Hosiery, Muslins, Diaper Irish linen,
Brilliants, to., to.
Men's Clothing!
For Quality, Style, Fit ud Price,
can't be touched.
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
In every Line. Cotton, Merino ud
Wool Underwear, White Shirts, Cuffs,
Collars, Gloves, Braces, Cardigan Jack-
.ts, to. Also, Cotton, Merino, Cashmere, Lamia Wool and Knit SOCKS, in
gnat variety. /
Also, HATS ud CAPS, Ladle.' and
Genu' RUBBER GOODS ud UMBRELLAS.
In House Furnishing Goods
Carpets, Rugs, Window Poles with
Rings .nd Mountings, Window Holland
(Buff, Green ud Striped), Damask ud
Cretonnes, Sheetings, Towels, Whits
Counterpanes, Bleached ud Unbleached
Table Linens, Napkins, Tiekings, Blank-
ets and AreUo-down Quits, Table Cloths
ud Covers,
IN GROCERIES
Everything found In a flrst-cbas Establishment, ud none bnt th. best. Cuned
Goods, Fruits, Meat, ud Vegetables.
KulrterCkeapSMds, lliilta)
Ihea.r keep Ikes., »«t ■ .fer y.« Ik.
best awl at tke l.vre.1 price tkey en be
s«Mu,u«r.*fM**kat wereprtKat
Also, 1 Car-load Iron, Steel it Chain, ^IMml
%^T Having purchased at specially favorable rate* in the east, we
re now prepared to do all sorts of BlUlMMIb ITWt "it VJpMWb considerably lower than those that hav* hitherto profiled. .W«4^« trial.
REID^^UllilBi^
dwmynmi .   Paeure CMtbtge H**rtu, CthsftMait.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
ieiiiii.
;i(ioj:
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY  S. MASON,
CUYLER A.  HOLLAND,
DIRE
HEAD OFFICE, • 56 New Broad St., • LONDON. ErtUlD.
. t« I.led
The Business of ALLSOP t MASON hul>eenmssged,ui th.abc.eOampaar
•nd will be carried en by the Company from tM.4M.it> IlraMril lmiH.isstsssiH
and Insuruce Agency. r.oJnr)y3a& '.:   ■■:
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rates.   Town Life'ud Farming
is for Sale on easy terms. • ■ .:•■ ■-. ,-.•: , o|miii:iteiT      ^
Lands lor Male on easy
Victoria, EC, May Uth, i8S7.
QSEAT SAJEBOI-AaCtTS
m tanr 'im,iMiiis
BRACELETS, PINS, 10CKETS, OTAIHS,
Also a large  assortment of   SILVER   PLATED  WARE
KNIVES, #ORKS, SPQ0NS,&c.
|y All Goods guaranteed to be as represented.	
C. M. WcNaughten,
dw-jai9tc Colonial Block, New ,VV**tmintter, B. C.
The "GLOBE MOUSE"
TTAVE RECEIVED A'i)Al«^.AND.. Wltii.-'AJ^Stn^,8V0q|t,jJJJft^,,-
Ladies'and Children's UnderweMi
Children's White ana Ootorcd otttm, for »n ages, at low prices.
Also, a variety ot BOtl'ftalU* •■«' U« t*rWl*«Mhf*,
Mtlns. Velvets mi TtlTeteens and Everything kewt In ^•*»»>el»s
Dry Goods Shop.      flfltaspection lnvited.*M' .   "''u'
• '■*t^*flft'.-u,,;.il8-iA»a»i.»'''"''i'
dw.pJTtc
u»L—; i..«..'l.     :.'i l.l.;.'!l,Hj'll.UlM»'H'-'   '■.
OOM|WgROIAL PWNTflta
Tim Columbian P^dttino E8tabushm*kt haa£r*t4taas fasiHtis* tor
all kind, of OommeroW Printing.    Bill Unit. \j^rUt*t- Ommmtt,
Cardi, Envdopet, Stank "•-- -' —j J""*ri'iii.'iriilii1, f '"'
Price Lists, >l'c.   Pnces will be found as low »« »t,l
first-class work. is< dona, ' TAKING.
GUTBD having wltli-
te flTm at Wintemute,
>e> to say that he will
KTABINC buelnen ■■•
* xxtsaty t>0 found for. the
Cannery building;, cor.
Me St.. Arnrthwan-
e> xra&cle In ... few days.
X>.   B.  OALBICK.
~^ 1887
ancoiiver!
Latiom   to   tlie PuUIIc
a  itit oltlKens   In tlie
RATION
Wer   Most Qracloum
ijesty,
a. "Victoria
IM      DAY I
Brx*xo2*r op tsb
«*3i?<*c
>   irrs——
Railway
TERMINUS
an of a. complete Rail
tt€» from tlie Orient to
fix  British Territory,
'    OIP   JULY   NEXT.
* Sports Rnct Pri/.es.
OBf    THK  CnMMITTKE.
¥XED.
NTITY     OP      SHEEP,
•or     young    Ducks,  or
a.t»e    price   delivered   at
ns cash.
rE9   Colonial Hotel,   ■
Westiu i n s t e r.
■TIETARY'S
0tli June,
OFFICE,
1887.
:cy tixe governor
as? appointed Tuesday.
l« o. day of general
reiolclne In commem-
sttri anniversary ot tbe
i rori e of Her Most Gra-
tueen, and IXla Honour
ernor having anpolnt-
22nd inst , as a Public
me purpose, tbe ortlces
Oovernmcnt    will     be
O-    ROBSOX,
Provincial Secretary.
if Partnersliip.
-tEBY GIVEN THAT
E> heretofore consistlug
»rstn;neu as furniture
ikent and undertaken*
gle nnd firm of ^Vlnte-
_7o.v bos this day been
tl consent,
furniture dealers and
1 be oarrled un byjobn
oOert Wintemute, who
abilities and pay all
ts lute llrm and collect
t»«e same and to whom
ite      autborlred    to    be
LS87. 	
r    -w/lNTEMUTE,
3H.T     WINTEMUTE,
CALBICK.
LJ3I3.
Jel3dt6wl
TAXPAYERS.
Vet   and   Provin-
renue Tax.
STKltT.
FfcEIJV     GTVT3N  THAT
evenue     Tax     and   all
the   Assessment Acts,
re    clue  and payable at
so   -will    be   avoided by
before the SOtb Inst
-w^ASwraK.
AsMwaorA Collector.
Tune IO. 188T.    dwjelOtd
DOWNE.
BTAPA.
Grmee   of   God,  of tbe
of   <3roo.*t Britain and
Defender of  tbe   Faltli,
t*-   ■_f*Y-a^met?TltM tsHaZSZl t'OWC, OT
erf* tis *T9tm_ftrit9r eoncrrn—
i
[.AM ATION.
lebrato tb*
HBREA8 lt Is
tbe loyal tle-
Ife of tbe pea*
 ie fiftieth An*
_.. Ion   to   tbe Throne
• mm to manifest tbelr
*> TTsu and tbelr thank*
jsusrlty which, under
Icbty God, they have
tought At, bar and with
rlvy Council for Cen*v>
A "SWim do appoint TtJKS-
irst day ofJcm next,
thanksgiving and ro-
Invlte all Our loving
it Canada to observe
lay of   general thanks*
ukrkof, We have cans-
setters to be made Pat-
reat Seal of Canada to
mired. Wrricww, Our
and Entirely Beloved
t Honourable Sir Hkm-
maWM.'wmm. P>j« n-rtrcMAu-
of iAQMowne, IA the
rset , Karl of Wycombe,
trcombe, In the County
ount Calne and Cain*
inty «>f Wilts, and Ix>rd
on of P,»l*>P'r»»V Wy-
ounty of Bucks, In tbe
t. Brttotn; Karl of Ker-
r Shelburne, Vlneount
b<9. Pltamaurlce, Baron
■."•ar, and Dunkermn. In
Ireland; Knight Grand
•t rnetlntkulsned Order
m_t%_\\K and Batnt <*?°r?o:
f Canada, and Vice
 t House, la Our City
leeond day of April, In
ia-   I*ord   one  thousand
and   elgtityiieven, anil
9aTm.tr of Our Reign.
Secretary of Htnte.
D.
Fancy & Staple Dry
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, LMN0LEUM8
■MTORTHI8, JONERSkllEaltMIH
House   Furnishing Goods.
mmm^m***m*^m**'aaaaa^**amaaaa*******mmmwm
Men's, Youth's & Boys' Clothing,
Underwear, Shirts. Collars,
Ties. Socks, Hats & Caps.
Wc always carry a  VERY LARGE STOCK to select from
and give a GOOD ARTICLE at REASONABLE RATES.
O. DRYSDALE & CO.,
dwje7tc 73 Oolumbi* St, New Westminster.
Enropn Spring
JUBILEE YEAR 1887.
Just received in our Millinery and Dress
Department, the Newest Designs from London Direct, consisting of
NOVELTIES IN HATS.
The Battenberg, Lady Churchill, Queen's Jubilee, Norfolk, Chandos,
Rutland, Suffield, Pagoda, Marchioness, Ellen Terry, Purl, new
and striking Sailor Hats and Boating, Picnic and Sun Hats in
numerous varieties.
ROBE COSTUMES.
Silks and Striped Satins. -**> Aigrettes, Ornaments, Plumes and
Trimmings of all description*.lI'"1,"',:"        '*»   ',    «  'j'",'
Great additions have been made to bur usual heavy" Stock, in
every Department, including Men's Clothing and Furnishing.
JAMES ELLARD & CO.,
dwapetc
BRITISH BLUE MOTTLED SOAP iB^W
BRITISH BLUE M0nLEDS0APUu,uu^W
QUEENS JUBILEE SOAP "—*—*•*• toh*t.
QUEENS JUBILEE SOAP"heW',h0 nor™
NO. I PALE YELLOW SOAP" * as*™ *»»
PENDRAY'S BORAX SOAP M* *—.
PENDRAY'S ELECTRIC SOAP "• bw,.,^.
PENDRAY'S BARBER'S BAR SOAP""" «*»,»
Manufactured only by PgNDRAY A CO..
dwmyatte ssas*>»Mt Mrwt, TletMa, ■• ft
LOT FOR SALE.
OT   14,' BLOCK T,   COLUMBIA AMD
j F»»t su. XpPlroSitb&{?sli«.,
Cooper   Stock.
X>TTTTKR FIRKINS OF ALL HIZES
J_9 (workmanship warranted); Fish Barrens .nd Unit barrel.. Any peraon In
wantol them good, to lnvlt.il to call .nd
.xamln. tbe s>rtlol«. shop, Front 81.,
next to the Foundry.       < •'
dWjeBw* JAS. KINNEY.
Transfer Comp'y
ir«w wiiinixsni, i. c.
Buk. BUm. linn ui hti StaMai.
i^s^ ■siKff|   ^sfwij   ss in> fssni
HAOK   RATM.
From the Stand  to any one point
■south of Royal Avenue.e'oh person,*    SS
From the Stand to any one point
within the city limit., onepenoii... i   i*>
Boeh additional p.reon„u..............     95
To or (rom Steamer or Train—.ante
aa above.
Drtflag by site hour—flr»t aonr_._„ a M
FollowlnsT houn-..oh ,.'  1 N
Hack to Vancouver and Return 10 to
'•        Port Moody and Return  7 8*
djaota
Telepnon. c.lls-ie * M>
Business Chancel
  Urmit-X cash downj 1
time. Apply.t this Offloe.
NOTICE.
T HEREBY 01VB NOTICE THAT I
1 Intend making application to tlie
Chief Commissioner ol lands .nd Works
for permission to' purchase two nnsnr-
. . ...._.,.._.■......... . ■—-w
BAZAAR
DRILL 8HED
Tn88d&r, 14th June, 1887.

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