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Array Government Printing offics
mesammmtmrntiB
VOLUME 3
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0., MONDAY EVENING., JULY 11, 1887.
NUMBER 8
m
ISffSpfc^*   ;
  Ames Bt;, opposite new
Baptist Church.
OKFIOE HOURS-10 a. m. to 13 noons a
to 8j and 6180 to 8 p.m.
dnoloto
T  M. MACE.K AR, B. A., H. D.. C. H.
OtTIOEi MeKensle Btreet, next door to
Brill Shed.
mtsTDENOEi Aincs Street, third house
from Mary Street.
OFFICE HOURS! 10 lo 12; 2 to 6| «:80 to &
I e-delSto         .
H
M. COOPBB, B. A., H. D.f
:pHT8Jd'^fcSt#t««IB*.';;;
O**I0» and- BSslBBKOiyniorth St
meS' doS Io^nftrs^*e)™near'
ColumbliSt., New Westminster, ao.
OFFICE HOUBS-S to 10 a.m.) 1 to 8 and
8.80to8p.m. CallsJn town and country promptly attended to. leatc
ptBMnJI A IUCOU,
BARRIBTIB6.  *t* — ,
.    ','.'     BOtlOITORS, ETC
Offlee, lIokeBsleBtrset,Xew Westminster,
and Vancouver, B, 0. ]y81dwto
iiltcfty
rn o. ATKil
;, |.;' «AB)»r*JEB;sO*^ClTOB, Ae.
MeKensle Street,
dwfeioto Sow Westminster, B.C.
Tf A. JBPJSS,       _ ,.,..,
BABBBTHR-AT-IAW,
Orrioi-MoKenile Slraet,
dmytito New Westminster.
NORMAN BOLB.
w.
BARWSTKB-AT-LAW. f,;{.
Uud Agent. .   •    ',    .: .KO^tol^en.
Columbia Bt, New Westminster, B.C.;
and Tatlow's Block, Gamble St, Vancouver. B.0. seZte
p  W. ORABT,
"ABOHITBOT. '-■',
At A. i. Bill's OiBeef'..'" '-''
dwfeDSte McKensle Bt
ft n. clow,
ARCHITECT.
fo^p^t^lden,.^
tar Word may be lelt at D. Lyal's Book-
•tore. dwtesto
rnnoMAi s*«jeob * co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Ne*1»««»M»«ter*TiM*>o«»MJ
Bxporters of Fish, Fruit, Lumber, Ac.
■rVaezceptlonable references, djeote
m •. tnAVr,
;    i\001li«l|?»Ain)APWlAIMR,
talambl. Street, .New Westminster
Ail commissions will receive prompt
and careful attention. Best references
gtTen when required.    rahla-te
Business Chancel
mHE PROPRIETOR OF ONE OF THE
ft .'\L   leading Business Houses, and Sonne
> ^•iJISS"^ °' •j* #*• j*8fciffis?
lo VUIV Ms homo abroad, on buIlneM,
offers for sale his stock and Interest on
easy terms-X cash down; balance on
time. Apply at this Ofllce. dje7to
oo^-*"»!IMU
UXD, BOUSE ufl 8SMEUL &BBR
Sent and Debt collector.
. mt|R*4 oooj mm rot tm.
4-.r.,a.,ru7t^tttn    '
■na  .
f.rd. Con.
OFFIOEi-Ferrls Street, New Westmin.
•ltr. I"*'"
n«Ai.(lfiiWii'i«i««Kiri»W ■-
OoisT.yalsi.r., Oolleetor.,
Aad lasaraiaeo Ageats,
Offlcts at y I0TOR1A: Fori Btreet,
'  NB_y_WE8TMINSTBpi Corner
BIIILWNO LOTS for sale In all sections
of Vancouver and New Westminster City.
FARM LANDS of superior ouallty for
sale at Chllllwoaokr, Tort Hammond,
Lanilev, Matoqnl, 8uma«,Mnd Bey.Lnd-
Sor'a Landlnf, Lulu Island, Norlh Arm
and Pitt Biter.
Map, and Plans exhibited and tbe full-
-,,o,onn-^r^K.I(.Uro*e.
——ree.
-—.—>■
AVINO BEEN APPOINTED BOLE
.- Aaenls In this Provlireo for a number of leading manufacturers In Canada,
we are prepared to furnish prices and full
rtlcnlarsof all kinds of machinery for
r Mills, Shingle Mills, Factories, Fo
nd, Manila. Bliope, Incfualr*!
, And .Bolters, Matlonary and port-
i, both new and second-hand; also:
-"W&
., Oils,
gmery Wheels,
UJb.es and Brooms.Palnte and Oils,
Harness,
Builders' Supplies,
Show Cases,
--mm
washes and Brooms.Palnts and Oils,
RooOnf Fell. Sheathlni Paper,
Fairbanks' scales,  Bfs Goods, Ir'n Pip',
FRASER HTlEONARD,
■ MANWACTtJBER OF
Blacksmith and Machinist
All Kinds of Machinery, Patent Looks,
t Safes, Sewing Machines, to., to.,
'» BUoB^i-rH^B    \
In ail Its branches.  Fnrmen'.Luwenf.
Mill aud Contract Work; Agricultural
Implements, and everyttainj- Hi the
blacksmith line made to order.
Havlne secured flrst-class workmen, we
feel confident of giving satisfaction.
r Harae-fllAj)?1".? a specialty, u*j
dw-JlySltcl   Comtmbia ST.i New "Wwr.
TIE LEADING
BOOTfSHOE
ESTABLISHMENT
 OP TIIK—•
Mainland of B. C.
Colonial Hotel Block, Columbia St.
$10,000 STOCK
NOW EN ROUTE.
THIS HOUSE MAKES ANNUALLY
a great reduction in prices to make
room for the largest and best assortment
of Boot* and Shoes ever imported into
this country, front tho principal Houses
of Germany, France. Great Britain, the
United States and our great Dominion,
500 LINES KEPT OH HAND.
CALL AND SEE MY  STOCK BE-
FOKhl YOU PURCHASE.
Boots and Shoes, Irom 60c upwards,
Felt A Rubber Goods A Tum-Yums
of all kinds.
Ladles' A dents' Slippers for Xmas—
tho loveliest ever seen.
81 Lines nt ladles'; Misses' * Oblla-
ren's Boots.
; „ WM. ROSS,
Colonial lloiel Block, Celamble St.
'dwnolste
IN TUB CANADIAN MABKET.
llttSiN Sept in Stock,
m:
MO.
SOLE AMIS FOB NEW WEITIIIIUTII,
"WHO   WILL   GUARANTEE   EVERY
PAIR FOR ONE YEAR,
Hie
VTOTIOE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
IN   Ihlrly ilnyn niter data we Intend to
her purpose the following desorlbed land:
Measuring forty chainsT>nck from each
mouth at Harrison lake to tho Skoqkum
Chuck, oxoeptlng the Indian reservations.
.;   HARBBON niVElt BAft' MILW,
^djeatml   ' Joa,MAilTiKa(go».
- t? on-
Cream & Fancy Cakes
—GO
y\olhstmtrroi
—GO TO—
BEL'S
pp. O. P. N. VUBI.
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHABF STREET • VICTORIA.
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Co. for Halnland.
H. O. BEETON A CO.,
88 Ftasbury Circus,
London, E. C.
THE CLARENCE
Corner Yates A Douglas Streets,
VICTORIA, B. C.
FRANK C. RICHARDS, Js.   -   -
polntmtnts. Prices Moderate,
This magnificent Hotel is now open lor
the reception of Guests.
Sflr-No pains will he spared by tlio management to make this Hotel pleasant and
attractive. docStc
COME AND SEE1
W. H. HOLDEN,
TTAVINO TAKEN POSSESSION OP
XX the " Temperance House," fronting
on Colurabtannd Church Streets, opposite
the Episcopal Church, and now Known
as the
FARMERS' HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling publlo
at the following rates:
Board per da; 91 DO
"     " week  tm
Single Meals.    25
Beds.    25
uouGood accommodation tor Ladles and
families. mySto
Flowers for sale
c. Mcdonough
HAVING TAKEN
Laiidbom's Building, Front Bt.
(Formerly occupied hy Kyle A Til ton),
18  NOW READY
to serve his customers and everybody
with as good a stock as a man wants to
select from.
Dry Goods, Cpoccrleit, Provisions,
CnMkerjr, GUMware* Boots, tie.
Come and see the new place, and let ub
know what you thlek of it,
dwocwio o. Mcdonough.
A. B. BECKETT. , WM. %VOMfErNllEN
...  -  ■■»■,,____[    'n't V(l\tHU,Uf
BECKEtl* &, CO.,
Brick lanoiaotuieiB,
BUILDERS AND
7POBX,.
Fruer Brick Works, PortHa»ey.
ox's'iosiBi
MackensteSt., NewWestmlnster.
Manufooturers of Maohtne-nmdo and
Pressed Bricks to any pattern.   ,
Estimates given for Buildings and nihil, Worka or any description,    dwjyaio
War! War! War!
—IN THE BATES OF—
ME IMIUM
THE IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
OP LONDON, ENGLAND,
One or Ike Oldest ud Most Sellable
Companies In the World.
ABE  PREl'ABEI) TO TAKE HISKS
as low as any olhor Company represented here.
W.J. ARMSTRONG, Agent,
NewWeslmlnstor.B.O.
OKFIOB—Courtllotisc Building. tljv'JOtc
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Mewl* tf ptslte tke Ooltnltl lotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment ot all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on band, and supplied to Fam-
llles, ResUuraiU, ud Steamboat, at th,
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
Teacher Wanted.
WANTED-A DULY HUAMF1KI)
Lady Principal for the Olrls Do-
Sartmootof the New Westminster Publlo
obool. Duties lo commence Hist .Monday In August. Applications, with testimonials, to be sent to the undersigned tint
LterthanthoatlthlnBtj ■
T. .1. TRAPP,
Beoretary to flohool llouid.
NnrWMtnJuiy «bitissj.       awiysw
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity, fltreneth und wholosomeness. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
oannot he sold In competition with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powdere. Sold only In cans.
Royal Baking Powdkb 0o„ lofl Wall Bt,,
NevYork.   . \     ,'   ■    -^;   . ■  Sfely
FOR_SALE. i
MEDIUM-SIZED TII.TON 4 MlrFAR.
•..LANE   SAFE;   also, n  COPYINO
PltESS.  Applyto
dwJeSOml
"W. D. FERRIS,
Ferris Stro
FOR   SALE.
.NE-HALF INTEREST IN the LANQ-
^}  loySaw and Planing. Mill: mill In
good order.  For particulars apply on the
promises to H. WEST,
Or, Hossrs. DRAKE, JAOKSON,
aplstc * HELMOKEN, Victoria,
0
FOR SALE.
QAk aobkb good farming land,
t/UO suitable for a Slock Farm—situated on Annnots Inland, about two or three
miles from Now Westminster; formerly
known as tho SUBM Rert Ranch.
Addrosa T. li. LINDSAY,
dwje28ml Lulu Island P. O.
Farm for Sale.
CONSISTING OF TWO LOTS OF 155
and 160 flares (whicli will bo sold together or separately); 8 miles from New
Westminster; first-class land; about 25
acres dyked; balance Prairie and Bush;
will bo sold nt a bnruflln.
Applyto C. G. MAJOR,
dwmhstc New Westminster.
For Sale Cheap.
ONE 12-HOlWE-POWER PORTABLE
Ensine; ono Bcrew-miltliiK Engine;
Lathe T12 ins. swing], and n lot of Lathe
Tools; ono American Drill [foot power,
geared]; ono Hydraulic Punch*Shears;
nnd a lot of other Tools.  Apply to
WALTER RLACKIE,
dwmy)7m2 City.
For St£tle!
1 SPAN DARK BAY MARE8, t and 6
1 years old; gooil travellers; wont single
or double, ...
1 Bay Horse, 8 years old; works single or
double; nlco Indies'or gents'saddlo horse;
very gentle. ■ (i
13-xeatt'ri Burm 11 springs; nearly new.
Moiiitof TlBiirfliyHbj on North Arm,
Fraser rivet. '  -   ' ■     1
«5 bbls. Sail Salmon, s hnir-bkls. Sail
Snliiiou Bellies*
Also-one and one-alum Interest la
t""V',C,^"'""'1W..r.FREKOH.
New West. Nov. Utli, im      dwnolKo
WANTED,
A MAN AND HIS WIFE, TO TAKE
charge and do the work of a Hotel in
the Interior. For further particulars ai to
wngos, Ae,, apply to JOHN MURRAY,
BpehW'B Bridge; also, state references.
_________      dwjy4wl	
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
:\T'OTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAf
W the 'phrtnorslitp heretofore existing
Between iho undorslgned as Genera)
Hlacksmitbs and Wagon Mnken has this
day been dlsHolvod by mutual consent,
Mr. E. Sully will collect all accounts duo
the Into Arm mid settle all claims against
Dated this SDth day of May^1887.
J, E. SULLY,
djollml J. RENWICK.
B.C.MonumsntalWorks
CHIIHCH   STREET.
MARRLE AND OKANITE WORK of
all kind". Call and Inspect colore
patronising Wand capital. I leave my
work to speak (or lls?H. S. tX—Se apprentices employed.   p       	
dapinic ALEX. HAMILTON.
Mice oninuiiation.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
tho partnership heretofore existing
between the undersigned as Hoot and
Shoo Dealers on Columbia street, has this
day been dissolved by mutual consent.
Mr. A. K. Dempster will collect all account* duo the late tirin snd nettle all
olfllinfl against li.        -' ,
Dated ibis 7th d.iy of Jul>%18fi7.
A. R. DEMPSTER.
djyatfl J- O. NEWSOM.
Wood and Goal.
THE HUnsCIUHEn HAS ON HAND A
largo quantity of
BEST WELLIXGTON LUMP COAL
And an assortment of
CORD WOOD,
Which ho will sell at lowest rates.  Ho
will also promptly attend to all kinds of
Orders left ut Mr. M^r-U's store on Columbia street, or n! my iinuse, Douglas
Btrni't, will meet with prompt attention.
11E1S   Y ELLIOTT.
Now Westminster B. 0. JlytOto
gailB §rit&h €olumbmn
Mondny CveiiluK, .Inly 11, ISST.
THE NEWS.
THE HAWAIIAN MUDDLE.
Further Particulars  or  (lie
Revolution and the Probable Outcome or the
Hatter.
A Fapal Mission to Dublin- -The Hal-
.tartan Crisis- Evictions In
Ireland.
the Bottles of Ihe Best it Belcher Victims
BecoTered.
'    ffTNiR ITEMS OF INTEREST. ' 'J -
By Associated Pfcns.
THE HAWAIIAN REVOLUTION.
San Fkancisco, July 10.—Whilo
all nationalities wen represented in
the successful revolt made against
King Kalakaua, Americans were
predominant in the revolution, ns
sisted by English, French, and Portuguese residents. Speeches at the
mass meeting, at which' demands
were made upon the king, were in
English, with the exception of two
in the Hawaiian tongue. The declaration, however, that the natives
wore true to the king proved misleading, as it wns from their vengeance that ex-Minister Gibson
seemed most to fear. The meeting
wsb presided ovor by P. 0. Jones,
merchant at Honolulu, who in his
address used Ihe following language:
"I feel honored at being nominated
as chairman of this, the largest and
most important meeting that was
ever assembled in this city. Wo
have assembled in a constitutional
manner and propose to conduct our
operations in a constitutional manner. We are here for the purpose
of asking for good government, a
thing we have nob had, but which
we earnestly desire. Wo as repre
sentatives of all nations are assembled here and we can afford to conduct ourselves in a firm and dignified manner because we are firm and
determined in what wo ask." Wm.
L. Green, also a merchant of Honolulu and named by the populace for
fj.iuii-    liUj.Ioiwi, tu   .Ho  uiui.l o£   ft
speech said the government haa ue-
come intolerable, and that it was
necessary to demand, and if necessary fight for, a constitutional monarchy. W. A. Kinney, anothor
speaker, said he would prefer to
have the country independent, but
the flag should be kept clean at all
hazards. "We need a new constitution," said he. "The miserable rag
we have does not give adequate representation nor impose proper restriction upon the power of the
throne. The franchise will be reconstructed, and the king will have
power as great as the ruler of Great
Britian, and that ought to be enough
for him. If to his own rights he
wants to add the rights of 75,000
subjects he is not going to have
them. Revolution of thought will
be followed by revolution of arms,
It always has been if our reasonable
requests are not granted." S. B.
Dale, another speaker, said they
would give tho king just one chance
to reform and no more. O. lt.
Bubig, a resident of the island since
1840, said the people must have constitutional reform or fight. L. A.
Turston, representative from the
island of Molokai, said the Hawaiian
king had in past tried to stay revolution by changing his ministry, but
that the people should stop short of
nothing but a new constitution.
Liables said the American flag was
what he wanted, but tho Hawaiian
would suit him under a new constitution.   Hon. 0. E. Oilbron said
tho Huwailnnn were willing the lting
should remain on the throne, but it
could only be under a new constitution. This speaker said: "If Queen
Victoria were to act as badly as
Kalakaua she would not live an
hour." W. H. Eice spoko in tho
Hawaiian tongue and said that the
people must deolareopen war against
the king if ho refused thoir demands.
When tho committee of thirteen
waited on the king they found him
in an absolute state of trepidation.
His body guard had disappeared and
there was no one to man any of tho
guns whicli had beon taken into the
palace. The king said ho would
give an answer at once to the demands of the populace, but the committee said they desired hi, reply in
writing. Tho king then, on the following morning, called upon the
foreign diplomatic representatives
and asked them to assume the direction of affairs, but they declined, as
already stated, whereupon the reply
of the king was forwarded to the
oomraitto of thirteen. Tho arrest of
Walter Murray Gibson, the deposed
minister, occurred at 10 o'clock on
the morning of July 1st. Ool. V.
V. Ashford, commanding tho Honolulu rifles, made the arrest with a
squad of his troops,   These troops
acted us a royal force, but on the
first sight of revolution took sides
with the consfitutiouil party. They
number about iJ00 ind are mainly
Americans and-Englishmen. During the night Gibson made several at
tempts to escape and had he accomplished his designs thore is no doubt
he would have fallen into the hands
of tho infuriated populace. Gibson
is an American, and has been in
Hawaii, for nearly 40 years. His
career is well known, In an ex^ra
edition of tho Honolulu Gazette,
issued on the day the Mariposa sailed, the following mention is made of
the fallen minister: "It is a sad
commentary on this, man's whole
career to think that he has lived so
long and escaped the gallows in
other lands to be captured by tlie
very, class bo laughed at and spurned in
thofnst, but who-4M*>have the whip
on this miserable apology for* human
being and will see to it that justice is
meted out to him to tlie full extent,
and who wOl also compel him and his
son-in-law to disgorge some at least of
their ill-gotten gains? which they succeeded in lilchiiig from the public
purse. It is a long lane which has no
turn, and it is pleasant to know that
this brace of accomplished swindlers of
tho public have reached their goal and
the limit of their power to do further
mischief." Shortly after ex-Minister
Gibson and his son-in-law were imprisoned iu tho warehouse, six mounted riflemen and other guards were detailed to look after them. They will
be watched night and day until further
orders from tho citizens' committeo.
Tho ire of the populace was roused
Against George W. Macfarlane & Co.
for bringing iu rifles and ammunition
from Australia to bolster up tlie Gib-
011s government. Macfarlnne's party
havo hastened to deny everything.
The arms were sent by Hoffning & Co.
of Sydney, N.S. At tke^time of the
seizure a great crowd went to the dock
with tho Honolulu rifles ready for a
fight. Whon these munitions were
taken tho last hope of tho Gibson faction expired, as the citizens have hunted out every large supply of Are arms.
Tho rifles imported from Australia are
of British make, part being Enfield -
and part Martini-Henry. The ex-
minister took good care that there
would bo abundance of ammunition,
having ordered an additional supply
from Sydney. The extent of his preparations will be made manifest when
next steamer from Sydney reaches
Honolulu. A detachment of Honolulu
rifles has been assigned the duty of
watching every steamer coming in.
On tho night of Juno 30th J. S. Walker. aiulitor-Kenernl. auil F. S. Pn»H.
noticed to carry from the pslaco a
basket-full of documents which are
supposed to have had some connection
with the opium bribery case. Kalakaua also announced to the citizens'
committee that the halls to be given
at the palace would be discontinued
from this time. The king also gave
notice of a reduction in the force of
attaches ubout the palace, and agreed
to clear out tho harpies and hangers-on
who hove lived in luxury for li years.
Ho will also givo up his hula-hula
dancers. In nn interview with the
resident Hawaiian consul a representative of the oscociated press was informed that as far as was known at the
consulate tho action of the king was
satisfactory, and that peace would be
finally restored to the kingdom. The
government is constituted entirely
anew and tho consul expressed the
belief thnt the revolution would stop
short of any change in the ruler. The
now cabinet is as follows: Wm. G.
Green, primo minister and minister of
foreign affairs; L. A. Thurston, minister of the interior; Godfrey Brown,
minister of finance; C. W, Ashford,
uttorney-geueral.
San Fbancisco, July 10.—Interviews aro printed here with merchants
as to the probablooutcomo of the present crisis in the Hawaiian kingdom,
but they nre somewhat conflicting.
Some of those familiar with affaire on
the island contend that the trouble has
only commenced. lTpon the fat© of
Gibson considerable is thought to depend. In the past ho has had considerable influence with Kalakaua, and
should ho regain his ascendancy it is
possible thoy might make n fight
against the revolutionary party. One
merchant expressed the belief thnt as
tho whito population had. determined
nn a chango and had control <il tlie
military forces, thoy would, if necessary, declare n monarchy in the ond or
sot up n republic. The next steamer
from Honolulu will be tho Australia,
to arrivo next Wednesday, when more
news will be available.;
KV1CTIONS.
DiniMN, July 10.—In evictions at
Culgraney county, Weokford, to-dny, a
man named Borcy nnd three daughters
inndo such a defense in their house
against the bailiffs who attempted to
eject them that the rifhcen ill angor
attacked the girls and badly injured
one of thorn in tho head. Three bailiffs wero arrested and charged with
assault for this, in the next house
the tenant and his wife made considerable resistance but wore put out and
wero arrested for scalding the police
with hot water.
"VIYIBOULANaEn."
Paius, July 10.—Wheu Gon. Boulanger reached Clermont-Ferrand he
was welcomed at the railway station
by hundreds of people with shouts of
"Vive Boulanger."
NO SVCOISS IBT.
Vikoinia, Nev., July 10.—Supt
Lyman came up from the 1500 level
of the Consolidated California & Virginia mine this morning and report,
that tho drill broke through into the
Best & Belcher cross cut about 4:30
o'clock. The drill broke through
when iu about Ave feet beyond the
JU tA—at—W—ttaaaWB
fnce of the south drift from the bottom of the incline winse. A blast
will be fired when the hole ia large
enough to admit men, and the opening blown through.
A FATAL MISSION IO 1MLANI).
Dublin, July 10.—Father Gnoldi,
who accompanies Mgr. Penieo in a
special papal mission to Ireland state,
that Mgr. Feraico will first obtain all
possible information from the Catholic
bishop of Ireland. - He will be then
happy to receivo «fr> information on
the subject ot the inqniry from Whatever source it is offered, and listen to
all person, desirous of: expending
the|r view, on the, question, before
the country regarding Ireland, her
education, land or politics. Mgr. Per-
sico and Father Gualdl will visit the
important cities of Ireland.1 It is im-
possiblo for Father Gualdt to uy at
present how long .they will remain in
Ireland.
rilATHHW,'  aj.UNS.UU.;'
IiONDON, July 10.—The Timet admits that the result ot the election in
Paddington is not altogether certain
to Conservatives and says it cannot be
doubted that the contest was influenced by a serious annoyance of blunders made by the home secretary,
Mathews, in the Case case, while the
opposition made,, the rimes lays,
most unscrupulous efforts to gain their
end,
IBB BOLOABIAN CRISIS.
TienoVa, July it).—"The Bulgarian
government crisis continues. M. Stam-
buloff, president of the regency, maintains that his party has a majority in
the country and he insist, that Nikol-
liff, minister of war shall resign. I The
Bobranje has adjourned.
RUSSIAN PRESS PROTESTS.
St. Petersburg, July 10. — Tho
Russian newspapers unanimously disapprove of the election of Prince Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg Gotha to the
Bulgarian throne. They all pronounce
the choice of the sobranje the result
of Austro-Gennsu intrigue, and urge
the ports to intervene and the powers
to witndrnw their representatives.
The Nome Vrmya says Russia in no
case will allow Prince Ferdinand to
go to Sofia, and adds that if he arrives
with an Austrian escort Russia will
ask Austria to keep her hand, off.- ■
THE BOniES RECOVERED.       '
Virginia, Nev., July lO^^'The
bodies of all six miners, Dougherty,
Jeffree, Eddy, Kennedy, Tregwi*, and
Hamilton, have been brought out Irom
the drift in which they were found to
the main drift of the Curry & Gould
and Best & Belcher. They are wrapped in canvas and will be sent through
on trucks to the place where connection was made by.theCeMsMaiei
DoxeJTand Ta%Mi"ii»WektisW'wta
be consumed in getting them through
the rough strip of ground run through
by relief drift, on which there are no
tracks and many ups and downs.
ii ■ '-"
Messrs. Parker k Laird, of Hillsdale,
writes: Our Hr. Laird having occasion
to visit Scotland, and knowing the excellent qualities of Dr. Thomas'Eclectrio
Oil, concluded to take some with him,
and the result haa been very astonishing. We may say that In Kvaral instances it haa effected cores when ailment, had been pronounced incurable by
eminent practitioners.
^oetrg.
Writing Her First Love-Letler.
BV AN VP COUNTRY «UK")K    .
Over the desk within her room, . v
A pretty maiden bends.
To whom, I wonder, does she write!
One of her schoolgirl friends!
Ah, no!   The smile upon her lips, ■■
The rosea in her cheek,      nflrrww
The tender light within her eyes     ,
Another story speak,
Fer her first love-letter she writes.
And as she writes her hand   (>
Trembles.   She Is as one' who walks
Within an unknown land:
She hesitates, yet goes ahead, ;
Ah, pretty maid, beware!
The path iu which you walk is marked
By many a pit and snare.
Aad yet she docs not fear 1 in trath
For fear she haa no cause.     ,.
It is her very happiness
That makes her sigh and pause.
A picture lies beside her there)
Her tender glances tell
How well she loves that noble fee,
Whero truth and goodness dwelt.
"Surely," she says, "I can pat trust
Inliiio.   His love to me
Will be a shield against all harm,
Wlmte'er our lot may be.
I have not read his eyes in vain I lv°
In vain I have not read
The tender smile with which his first
Soft words of love were said.1':...
Tims, with her eyes now on the fage.
Sow on his pictured face,
Her first love-letter does she write,
While he-thought, swiftly chase
teh other toward that happy goal,
The time when she shall be
His wife, and they with lovi shall dwell
In sweet felicity. ., ,
Tho Groat French Remedy, Dr. Le.
Due's Periodical Fills. These Pills en
compounded from the purest drugs, ud
from those only which an known to act
npon the Generative Ormnj In Females.
They are first enclosed in an air-tliht
capsule, and by this means made to re-
tain their full strength for yean In any
climate. Ask us for private circular.
A. M. HKaanto * D. S. Curbs*Co.,
New WeetminatsB T. MoNeeVsy, Ladner's Landing; H. MoRwellkCo., Vancouver! Plmoury ft C^.,'HanaUnoi T.
Plckard, Denmau Island; A. R. Johnson
ft Co., Chemalnusi & B. Richardson
Cowichan) W. E. McCartney A Bro.,
Vancouver and Kamloopsi Hasting, Saw
Mill Co., Vancouver) The Vancouver
Drug Co.,Vancouver; J. B. Lovell, Yale)
W. R. Megaw, Priest Valley) H. Clark
ft Co., ISamloopsi Lanolby sVCo.,
wholesale agents, Victoria.    dwsssTrfl
.•zera J8-WJM
atl >ii nvrif' {'••"
OTH? J T  00 in/v*
,   -..* : -«i I ait rttU>Mil
RGCfilJB f|icin fptonKp mammagmtjaiaaamm
m_m_mmm_ymm_ma_mm__
gailg friiiah Columbian
Monday Biealat. let) ll, lssi.
Covmerclal Union.
Public meetings and picnics are
being held in many places through
out Ontario for the purpose of discussing commercial union with the
United . State; and obtaining an expression of opinion on the question.
Ai nanny of ■ these meetings Mr.
•Ernstus Winmn has delivered addresses, and in solne cases the gatherings have been addressed by
American gentlemen, as well as
Canadians. The question has likewise come up for discussion at various' gatherings of farmers which
usually take place during the early
summer, and it is worthy of noto
that of tho opinions expressed a
very large proportion aro in favor of
commercial union under certain conditions. Among other methods employed to ascertain public opinion is
that of inviting replies to certain
questions. The Montreal Witness
lately addressed a number of enquiries to its readers, and received
a; great many replies showing that
a majority of its patrons favored
commercial union. In view of the
extent of this agitation it is. quite
possible tbat the question of commercial union will before long be
taken up as a political issue by one
of the great political parties of
Canada, and in this way it may be
forced upon the attention of the
whole country. Canadian parties
are now muoh more evenly divided
than they have been for a number
of years, and those in power are,
therefore, less able to resist any
popular .movement. The majority
,' ia large enough, however, to prevent
any sudden revolution, and it may
safely be assumed that the merits
of commercial union will be well
discussed before the principle is
adopted—if it is adopted at all.
Tke Hawaiian Rerolution.
There seems no reason to doubt
that the revolution in the Hawaiian
kingdom is quite a serious affair.
For a long time the government has
been growing more and more unpopular. The extravagance and
dissapation of the king, and the
conspicuous corruption of himself
and his court have been a standing
disgrace to the nation and a constant menace to the stability of the
empire. The absence of the queen,
who has been paying her respects to
Queen Victoria during the jubilee
festivities, seem, to have been made
the occasion of still greater excesses
by the Hawaiian king, and these
exhibitions were more than the patience of bis long-suffering people
.oould-endure. The. result of the
revolution is not easyto,foretell.
ten lor a long timo <
•■ '•mere hat been^ISFTnonjj
certain feeling of antagonism between the native population and tlie
foreign element, and that antagonism will doubtless have considerable
influence in shaping the destiny of
the kingdom. From the reports
already received it seems that the
necessities of ' the case have been
such, however, as to bring about a
more! cordial feeling between the
various elements than was supposed
to be possible. It is very plain that
no party in the kingdom, unless it
may be the party of boodlers, wishes
to we the old administration continued. The white population, com
posed chiefly oi Americans and
Britons,'seem to have taken a lead
ingpait in the demand for constitutional government, but the demand
seems to have had the cordial approval and support of a proportion
of the natives as well. In the despatches nothing is said of the Chinamen, of whom there are known
to be large numbers on the island.
As a rule Ohinese are not very forward in agitations for constitutional
rights, and it is quite possible they
will preserve strict neutrality in
the present tight. The position of
the Hawaiian islands is such as to
make them an object of solicitude
to several nations. They lie in the
line of transpacific trade/and are
so situated as to make them invaluable to the power which aims at
' supremacy on tlie Pacific. For
some time the peoplo of the United
States, whose citizens do a large
trade  with  Iho  inlands, bore om.
discussing the propriety of assuming a protectorate over the coveted
kingdom, It ia claimed that whenever this island surrenders its independence it mutt oome under American influence, because America
could not tolerate the establishment
ot a great foreign power so near her
western coast. Great Britain, Russia, France, and Germany would all
be glad to get hold of the island,
both for the sake of extending their
trade and in view of its advantages
from a military point of view. It
is probable, however, that King
Kalakaua will be permitted for the
present at least to remain on the
Hawaiian throne, and ihe revolutionists will be content to aocept a
new constitution in whioh proper
safeguards tin given for the liberty
of the subject. The islands are in
seme places very productive, and
the kingdom is by nO means without
resources. The population is about
78,000. It ia here that the great
navigator and discoverer, Capt.
Cook; met with his death at the
hand, of the natives in 1779. King
Kalakaua is now 61 years of age,
and has occupied tho throne for 17
yean. Additional news will be
looked for with much interest
FOR   SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN tho I.ANU-
lcySow and Planing MIU; mill In
good order. For particulars apply on the
premises to H. WEST,
Or, Messrs, DRAKE, JAOKSON,
aplSte        -, * HELMOKEN, Victoria.
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B.C.
ear Satisfaction guaranteed.      daplste
To Builders!
WHOLE AND SEPARATE TENDERS
will bo received by tho midoralgned
up to 10 o'clock a. m. on Monday llie Ittlh
July, for the erection of a THREE-STORY
FRAME HOTEL nnd STORES on Lot 1,
Block O, Columbia Stveot, forH. V. Edmonds, Esq,
Piano and specifications can bo seen nt
my olllce, McKenzie Street.
Tho lowest or any tender not necessarily
accented,
dJy5W G. \V. GRANT, Architect.
Election of School Trustee
A MEETING FOR THE ELECTION OF
A a Trustee for St, George's Wnfd, New
WestmlDBler City School District, to fill
the vacancy caused by the resignation of
J. S. Clute, Esq., will be held on Tlinrniliiy
Ihr uth day of July, I8HT. at tlie Council
Chambers, Hynek Hull, commencing at
11 n. »i.
In caso a poll Is demanded, voting will
commence nt 10 a. in. of tho nest day and
close at 4 p. m.
Extract khoh,,Pubmc School Act,1885»
"23. Any person registered as a voter, as
hereiimftev provided, shall bo eligible to
vote at any school meeting held in Buch
District, and lu the ward in which he Is
registered, for tho election of Trustees;
J.rovidcd, always, that it shall not be law*
m for any person to vote for Trustees in
more than one ward in any Clly School
District.''
By order of Hoard of Trustoos,
djyltd T. J. TRAPP, Secretary,
12th of July.
tBr—iJt*.~f—t
CELEBRATION
NEW WESTMINSTER,
Brethren from all Parts of the
Province.
T OYAL ORANOE LODGE, NO. 1 WILL
IJ meet In their Lodge Room at 10 o'clock and, headed by the lliiml, mareli to
the Ferry Slip to meet the Surrey, Brethren, and (ben to the train to meet
the Victoria and Vancouver Brothren,
and afterwards to tlio Crescent where a
number of speakers will give upproprlnle
addresses.
I.RAMl BANQUET lu   Ihe evening In
Mualtt-n,,,!,. Hftll-
Gon Save the Quern.
jUyltd
What Physicians Say About the
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
"Treatment by Absorption has for somo
time been recognized by Medical Men to
be tbe most simple and ofloctual means
of conveying to Diseased Oigaus, "Curatives," but in cases of Kidney Disease and
Complaints attendant thereon'', successful
treatment was practicably impossible until tho introduction of tlie Starr Kidney
Pad. It costs less than a single proscription and Is Immeasurably more decisive
and effective than any quantity of internal
Medicinal dosing. Worn immediately over
the sent of Diseose, its curative" properties
become absorbed by tho diseased aud enfeebled Organs, continuously and directly,
as required to insure In return their heal*
thy action and original vigour. It 1b comfortable to the patient and pleasant in its
effects, and cures when nothing else can.
The Starr Kidney Pud accomplishes positive, decisive results. A more valuable
discovery as a true remedy for Kidney
Diseases was never made.—Miitical Gazette
The Starr Klducy l*ad, manufactured
In Toronto, Is a permanent sure cure for
diseases, disorders and aliments of tbo
Kidneys, Bladder and urinary secretive
system, or attendant niiiipliurits, causing
pain in the small of the back, sides,etc.,
producing urinary disorders, such aatoo
frequent, scanty, difficult, pnjnful or copious micturition,! liability of retention and
sedimentary urine, dropsical symptoms,
etc., denoting the presence In the system
of diseases coin mnn t<) llie urinary secretive organs—known us gravel(eluarrbq(
the bladder and passages, BrjghUs dlsoaso,
diabetes, dropsy, piles, nervous debility,
etc. Send for pamphlet to LANGLEY A
CO., Wholesale Agents, Victoria. Retailed by A. M. HERRING and D. S. CURTIS
A CO., New Westminster: T. MrNEK-
LEY, Ladner's Landing: IL MCDOWELL
4 CO.. HARTINGSHAW MILL CO., THB
VANCOUVER DRUG CO., Vancouver;
W. E. MCCARTNEY A BRO., Vancouver
and Kamloops: J. R. LOVELL* Ynlcj W.
R,MEGAW,Prl0Ht Valley; H.CLARK A
CO., Kamloops, dwse23yl
Ice for Sale!
KEEPCOOL
AND OO AND GET YOUR
Strawberries,
Ice-Cream or
Lemonade
 AT—
C. J. ROBSON'S
Ioe-Oream Parlor,
lee-Cream sold by tke Gallon and
picked for Picnics,
Alio, a new lot of Extra Sodas anil
Fancy Biscuits Just liccciTcd.
dj.8,1. O. J. ROBSON.
NOTICE.
NOTICE Ifi HEltBUY GIVEN THAT
BO days nftcr dnto I intend to apply
t» the Chief Commissioner of Lands und
Works to purchase 480 acres of land situate
on Texada Island, New Westminster District, and described as follows:
Commencing nt tlie N. E, eornerof the
H.E.¥tot See. (i; thonco North 40 chains:
thence West 8U chains: thenco South 80
chains; thenee East 40 chains* thence
North 40chains; thenco East40chains, to
uolntof commencement.
H. D. HELMOKEN.
Victoria, B. 0., June 18,1887.       dje25m2
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Wl thiys after date I Intend to apply
to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works to purchase ISO acres of Inud [more
or less] situate on Texada Island, Now
Westminster District, and described as
follows:
Commencing at tlie N.W. eornerof N.E.
ti ot See. l)j thenoe south 80 chainsi thenoe
East 5 chains to shore line; thenco following meunderlngs of shore line in a northwesterly direction. 180 chains [moro or
less); thenco East 83chains ("more or less]
to point of commencement.
M. W. TYRWHITT DRAKE.
Victoria, B. C, Juno IS, 1887.       djtifiiii.3
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT60
days aftor date I intend to apply to
tho Chief Commissioner of Lands und
Works to purchase 480 acres of land on
Texada Island, Now Westminster District,
described as follows:
Commencing lit (he S. K. eornerof S.W.
ti ot See. 3; thenco East 40 chains: thence
South 80 chains: thence West to shore
Hue; thenee following meandering), of
shoreline in n north-westerly direction to
H. E. corner of Sec. 4; thenee North 10
chains [more or less]; thence East 40
chains; thenee Nortli 40 chains to point
of commencement,
JAMES LUMBERT SMITH.
Victoria, B. OV, Juno W, 1887.       djeSSmS
THE   STEAMER
"GLADYS"
UNTir,   FURTHER
lonvo Wise's Willi
Cliililwliiick and Way Places
    . ..   NOTICE   WILL
lenvo Wlsc'sWliiirf, lor
TUESDAYS & FRIDAYS
At 7 A. M.,
Itotliming tho following days.
For /rolglil, Ac, apply on board or to
ft. MATHERS,
dmMllo On the Wharf.
NOTICE
TTAVINB MADE MY FORTUNE,
FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS
I will sell my entire
Stock of Furniture
OF BELOW COST.
Purchasers will do well to call nnd buy
ns any article in stock may be had at the
lowest figure,
JOHN E. LORD,
Columbia Street,
Next Door to Wintemute Bros.
New Westminster, June 21st, 1887.
dje-Jllml 	
D. S. CURTIS & GO.
Wholesale and Retail
DRUGGISTS!
Xcw Westminster, B, 0*
dwmhlOtc
PACII-IC
REID & CURRIE
MAHUFACTUREKS& IMPORTERS OF
Farm Wagons,
Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons,
Carriages,
Top Buggies,
Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
Butcher Carts,
Dog Carts,
Dump Carts,
Drays, Stages,
AND   EVERYTHING   IN   THK
VEHICLE LINE.
SSoconil-liaiiil Stages A Express Wagons for salo cheap.
Repairing, Painting A Trimming
done ut roHSonublo prices.
BLACKSMITHING
In all its Branches,   Estimates given on
Ironwork and Contracts taken.
Ilorse-Slioctiur and General
Jobbing.
We also keep in stock to supply the
trade, Iron, Steel, Chains, Cumberland
Coal, Horse and Ox Shoes, Harrows,
Iron and Steel Harrow Teeth, Carriage
Sprint's and Axles, and a complete stock
of Carriage Hardware,
A lot of first-class FlOUgfel A H»r-
T0W8 on hand.
wrWfl have got the best workmen to be
had in the country, nnd we import nearly
all the stock we use from the east—consequently we can oiTor Inducements (o purchasers that wo could not have done some
time ago. Al I mnierlal and work leaving
tin-slum will be L'tiarantccd to be Juntas
represented. Ordors from tb*> country
promptly attended to.
-iwaplite REID&OURMI
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870.
The H. K. U of Ihe H. K. ti or Section IV,
Township 4, In the lilntrlrt of New
Westminster.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Title of Joseph Hoskin to the above
lands has been lost or destroyed, and application has been made for a duplicate
thereof; notlee is therefore hereby given
that a fresh certificate of title wilt bo Issued in lieu of that so lost or destroyed, unless cause be shewn to the contrary In
one month from tlie date hereof,
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Ofllce,
New Westminster, 80th Mny, 1887.
 djnyjjgml	
TELEPHONE OAU NO. 6.
P.O. BOX 71
WM McCOLL,
Siiiri] IteUin!
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries & Provisions.
LUNDBOM'S BLOOK, Columbia St
PUT HAMMOND
NURSERY
Fruit Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits,
And GARDEN STOCK on hand In great
variety.
Everything flret-elass and furnished In
good shape.
dw-deietc
G.W. HENRY,
Port Hammond, n. C.
EMPLOYMENT
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING OPEN*
ed an Employment Offlee and Commission Agenoy iu New Westminster, invites a call from all in want of employment, In search of help, or who wish the
services of n commission ngeiit.
If you
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 A Til ton for the
celebrated Agrlenllaral Machinery manufactured by tho Massey Company, of
Toronto, Ont.
joaEcza- sxRXt,
Columbia St, (adjoining Pacific Carriage
Works). P. O. Box 68, New Westminster, dwjetitc
Look Here!
fB YOU WANT TO  MAKE  A NICE
PRESENT
To a friend or relative, go down to STIR-
SKY'S nnd look nt some of those extraordinary bargains In
Ladles' and Gentlemen's Gold and
Bllrer Watches,  Chains,
Charms, etc., etc.
Or if you want a useful ornament for your
house, examine those beautiful tt*day
Hlrlkiag Clocks, with cathedral gongs.
He is selling at BOTTOM PRICES.
Hatches, from $>upwards, all warranted
Fine Watch Kepalrlnsa Hpcelalt*** and
good workmanship guaranteed.
tm" Remember tho   place—the "Blue
Store."
dwauDyl
ColumbiaSt., New West,
GUARDIAN
Insurance Cora'j
OF LONDON, ENG.
Total Funds, $18,000,000
(ITHAELY]
ESTABLISHED 1821
Risks Taken at Rates
as Low as any other
Reliable Comp'y.
T. R, PEARSON,
(Inrttc        (B. C. R. 4 P. Co.) AGENT.
W.E. AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
Qenoral Merchandise!
A large Assortment of
DRY GOODS
-AND-
GROCERIES
ALWAYS ON HAND.
jKay and Feed
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WOOD AND COAL DKUVEHB TO
ANT PABT W THE CITI.
We run two stages dally, except Sundays,
to Port Moody, carrying H.H.8. malls.
Ae no liquor or tobacco li used we ean by
temperate habits and careful economy
serve tho publlo at especially low rates,
dwiittt*
NOTigB.
NOTICR IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
60 days after dat* I, Henry Kline, Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands und Works to purchase 420 acres
of land, more or less, on Texada Island,
New Westminster District, described as
follows:
Commencing nt the N.E. eornerof the
N.W. tiot Seo. 8; thence East 111 chains;
thence Kouth 160 chains; thence Westto tho
shore line; thenoe along shore line in a
Northwesterly direction to the Intersection of the South line of Seo. 8; thenoe
East 1 chain, more or less; thence North
to place of beglnnlngpbclng tho East hnlf
or Sections 8 and 11, Texada Island.
Viotoria, 8. C, June 18th, 1887.
dje25m2 HENRY KLING.
•troariciBl
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
SO days from date I Intend to apply
to tho Chief Commissioner of Lands nnd
Works for permission, to purchase 180
acres in New Westminster District, which
may bo thus described, namely:
Commencing at a stake on the left bank
of Hlfquit Creek, about 30 chains below
Bqulm Falls, running thenco lira right
line 40 chains Ir a southeasterly direction
down tho left bank of said oreek, about
ten chains back from said left bank:
thence running in n right line in p southwesterly direction 40 chains; thenoe in a
north-westerly direction 40 chains; thenee
In a north-easterly direction 40 chains, to
point of commencement,
W. NORMAN BOLE.
Dated 7th July, 1887. djy7m2
W.I. JEIKffi
Has on the Road another Carload of
Reapers, Horse Rakes,
Mowers & Binders,
From   JOHN   ELLIOTT & SONS, of
London, Ont., which m*HI.arrive.here
about June 2<Jtli.
& Pay no attention to what other
agents say, W. H. Jenkins will fill his
orders to purchasers. Satisfaction or no
sale.
dwmy30fcc W. H. JENKINS.
NOETH
IMMICE
Capital, 13,000,000;   losses
Paid, 948,000,000
Kslt.lB>llab«.S ■ MW»
Rates as Low as any.other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
tr Hi.lt. promptly taken, and Losses
oublefaotorlly adjusted.
T.R. PEARSON,
Incite. (B.C.B. 4 P. Co.) AOENT.
8PBOXAL
INDUCEMENTS
—-ton THE—-
HOLIDAYS
15 per Gent, Discount for the
next 15 days,
aiimotT bibb
BUYING FROM THE MANUPA&
turers for cash, lam in a position
to sell at bottom-prices. My Goods art
marked in plain figures. nnd tho prices
have not been put up to meet the dis*
count taken off. Call and sec prices bo*
fore purchasing elsewhere.
47 Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty,
Jewelry made to order.
F.CKAKti.
WATCHMAKER
Opi'osiTK the Bank. dw-dulRta
PIANOS
THE UNDERSIQNEI) has
just received a 'large11 consignment of
Pianos and Organs,
Which he will sell cheap. These
instruments may be purchased
for cash or in monthly Instalments, to suit purchaser. Call
and get my figures before purchasing elsewhere, and it will be
to your interest.
Second-hand Pianos and Organs for sale or to rent.
Instruments may be seen at
Mr. D. Lyal's Book and Stationery Store, Columbia Street.
dwH.hu.  T, R> PEARSON-
The British Columbian
(X.TlB6TXO*ZI33
l iff taunt u
$15,000
IN 300 SHARES OF $50 EACH.
Fast Steam Presses,
First-CIass Material,
Efficient Workmen.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT JS ONE, QF THE
IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
BY MAIL, PER ANNUM,
Daily British Columbian,  -  -  $10 00
Weekly British Columbian,   QM 00
HAVWC B* FAR THE LARGEST CIRCUI
--iisr..
BOOK AND COMMERCIAL PRINTING
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
At Moderate Rates.
SPECIAL BLANKS RULED & PRINTED TO ORDER
Persons who have hot proved by actual
experience the ability of the establishment
to turn out first-class work are invited to
send a trial order.
X>. ROBSON,
^a-AJLtr**?. S3
LATE FORGIVENESS.
'!NcrMisfer." said Uncle Jake, "I
, af n't Bpllcoil!,nor never was."
I'or iriany'years Uncle Jake hnd kept it
Utile tavern near ono of the tnlets whom
(.lie sea breaks through the long kuikI-
l»r Into tho Great Bouth Bay, at
a point about fifteen mil,, (rom Now
York,
Of a pleasant Sunday In Summer It
was a nrotly lively resort Unelo Jake
mndo a Jovial host, and people used to
Say that he owadhis good health In a
.»r?at menntire to the frequency with
*h|r!ih» drank to it himself. Most of
, Ui» fundus parties from tho; harbors
olon,i the bay stopped hero for a clam-
Itake end a cucKtall; yachtsmen an*
t'horod near the Inlet nnd sportsmen
would put up atthe tavern for a week or
two nt a time.
But tn winter .It was a dreary spot.
Tho monotonous turmoil of the surf
was broken only now and then by the
shrill cry of the gull or tho shrieking
of the wind ai lt whirled across the bar.
Brio, the lo»l» storms only an oiroa.
JemlyttMW*-- ——■—
saving station i
it. storms
rorapati
visited tl
jatrol from tho life-
_ the place, ond at
any time In Winter a party like ours was
a rarity.
A real Bohemian freak had brought us
down to Unole Jake's that night. The
evening before a dozen of us artists had
met at a little reunion in the studio of
one of our number, and one of us seeing
a sketch ot Unole Jake's tavern on the
easel, had proposed paying him a Winter's visit.
We nil knew Unole Jake, and the idea
,o|* Winter's villi to him was too muoh
'fa novelty to be resisted. So we sot
out for the tavern the neit day, and arrived there before night timo. Uncle
Jake know that the trip across the bay
hnd been a rough ono. '■ (So he staited a
roaring wood fire; and when we had
finished supper be put a steaming bowl
of punch on the table.
But despite his attention and tbe jollity
of our party, he wasn't in the best of
spirits. Not that he didn't dip hU glass
Into the punoh bowl pretty often,
hut he seemed moody end didn't talk
much.'-       '.;'    >
His low spirits seemed also to hare a
depressing effect on Samson, his big
mastiff, who was about as well known
. .along the coast as Unole Jake.himself.
I'suajlj he barked a friendly welcome to
everyone who came to the house. But
ho huil been sullen and silent ell the evening and had sat neat Uncle Jake,
resting his head on his master's knee
mid now and than looking up wistfully
at him.
I had known Uncle Jake and his big
dog longer than the others had, and I
noticed that something was wrong.
The old man seemed glad enough to
see mo again and made mo sit next to
him. But Kelt that since I.had beon
* there eome change had come'over him
and the dog and the old plaoe; aud at
: times ho looked as though ho would
like to tell me something but hesitated
on account of the others.
1 remembered a pretty, bright-eyed
lass, about 17 years old, when I lost
snw her, who was at the tavern in former yours, and whom wo used to call
" Uncle Jnko's little girl." Sho made
herself handy about tho place, and was
so simple and graceful in her bearing
that alio was a favorite with all who
wont there. The sun had browned her
face and arms, and the wind had
played with her fair hair until it hung
over her forehead Ilk, tangled sun-
beams.
. She was tall ud lithesome, and as
strong as she was graceful. Often,
whon she was a mere girl of 10 or 12,
I had seen her pulling Tier skiff across
tlio bay and hailing the old fishermen as
they souddod past In their smacks.
Many a time they would ley to and.
take her aboard and tow her skiff homo;
and then she wonld take the helm from
tlio skipper, trim the sheet and shout
with glee as the spray came dashing over
ihobow.
I wondered whet had become ot her
and asked Uncle Jake, but he didn't seem
to hear my question, though the dog
sprang to his feet end roamed about uneasily before he slunk back to his master's feet. I was about to ask the question again when one ot our party proposed a song.
While they gathered In a group around
the old piano fit the oorner, the old man
stole quietly to the door of another room
nnd bockoned me to follow him. Ae I
jolnod him he was stooping over an old
bureau tumbling among' some papers,
Wlille the dog, who. had slipped in after
him, watehod him Intently until he put
his hand on a tin-type which he drew out.
and showed mo. It was the picture of a
child, and in the features I recognised
" Uncle Jake's littleglrl."
In the next room eome one was playing a Jangling aocompanimont and the
rest were (houtlng a boisterous song. I
thought then would be a good timo to'
ask him what had become of the girl
whose childish features we were looking
at, eo I Inquired, by way of introduction,
it he hod ever been married. It was to
this he had replied:
"No, Ulster, I ain't splloed, nor
never was. But yer see," he continued,
oe though he knew what I was driving
at, " It's uncommon lonesome here in
Winter, on' many a time when I've heard
somo young ono ashore yonder as
aen't eared for at home, I've got "
folks to let me take it out here with
lta
i me,
Tlie children kind o' cheered me up
durln' the long Winter eventn's, an' when
Summer oame I'd ask to havo 'em stay a
bit longer. Ihe little ones would beg
real hard, too, for I made a good deal
of'em; and they thought kind o'well o'
me for It.
>,' Some o' them stayed a few years, but
as thoy got big an' oould bo bandy at
home tlielr folks fetched 'em away from
mo; an' so at last they all wont; all but
lllllo Haggle, her as they used to call
'Unole Jake's little girl.' Itwasobad
home I'd took her from, an' afore she'd
boon with me long her father wandered
off nn' her mother died In the poorhouso.
There wasn't no ono to take her from mo
then, so she stayed hart; an' right glad
I waa to keep her.
" She wa* a smart, likely little thing,
,   an'} thought ail Ti tin tor her an' lay
*',3>y5f MW mttnaj tot her.   When she
first came here she was no more than S,
an' when yer saw her two summers ago
she was goln' on 18.
" Yer know Haggle was as good-look-
lu' a girl as yer could find hereabouts,
an' many a feller as has oome herewith
• his boat In Summer haa been kind o' took
m'her. I was kind o'proud to have'em
So too, for I'd a precious good opinion
o' Haggle, an' I liked to see 'em back me
up. It weren't every one she'd take to,
neither; for she'd mako her choice liko
eny lady, would Haggle.
'riotber go sailtn' whenever ehe
want*
was a good girl an' a comae Summer ana Winter, was
"~'Tt'a goln' on three yean now. His-
ter, that a little after the June Haggle
^m^i&^&iTt^rni
over eee.
ITMrfi
lookln* ohap.strong aa' quick,
11 In a boat aa any one I
He seemed to kind o like lt
"In the beglnnln' he hired one o' my
boats by the week, ah' whan he'd had It
that way about four weeks ho took ft
, fortho soasoii.. Well, I wus glad to lot
Mill have It, for It was often ae he'd take
Mangle out, an' I felt easy when I knew
UautlewosiWith him. -,       >
^' W **»!«' li •antember
jur,t afore thoy sailed away sho oomo
tt-rumilu' lu to me an' says ns thoy wus
a-goin' for n long sail an.' wouldn't be
bank till Into. I didn't begin worryin'
about','in uutilltRottobeveryiato, an'
tliev liruln'toomo baok.
" Homo folks as was at tho house
walkeil tlio benchbetwoen thoinlots with
mo till Into In tho night; but we'saw
nothln' of 'dm. nut I didn't glvo 'em
up. It had been a line day, an it was a
clear, bright night, an' I kind o' trusted
tho yoiiiij; Mlor., Next day early In the
mor.nili' wosplod the boat, salllu'up tho
lnlot, an' I began wpvin' and slioutln' to
'oin lorjov. But someone as had a spy-
glass iini'l'llioy wasn't aboard—an'—mis-
ter-tliev wasn't;   (
" Tho roller as was in her eamo from
tho Jursoy coast, an' ho said as a man an'
afcjiiimu ldiHlod there the day before,
nn' the man-ayoung, good-lookln'chap,
lie wild—had paid him to bring the boat
over.
" I'd kept up protty well till thon,
hut when I know'd sho wasn't come
back, on' folt allot a sudden as if she
might never oome back, I hid my faco
lu luv Iiumls'iin' cried like a baby.
"She was all the world to me,was
Maggie. I took herto me as a child, an'
brought her up, an' sot my heart on
hor, an for her to leave me In my old
days wus mighty hard.
" W lien I got quieted down thoy began
to eumfort me a-sayln' as she might
como back. Ah, mistor, if she only had I
I'd have welcomed her, for she was still
my little Maggie, an' I'd ha' loved hor ns
nliieh aft ovoif But It got to bo Winter
un' Spring an' Summer an' on toward
Fall nn' I hoard nothln'of her.
"It wasn't muoh more than a.year
after she'd loft when one roorhlli' a-feller curao sailing ovor from thoslioro with
a toregram for me. It came from, the
city, an' It read that tf I was to go to
one o' the hospitals thero, I'd find a
girl as'would like to see mo; an'it told
mo to come quick, too, for she was very
low, perliai'B a-dylu'.
..'; tet may know who tho girl wai; an'
it's likely yor know, too, as I wasn't
long n-gottiu' to hor. But I wasn't any
■oo soon. Sho was lyln' on a cot, au'
when «ho .saw mo, it was Just'all
sho could do to stretch her arms out
to me, so she oould put'cm around me
nn' press hor poor, palo faco against
mine.
" ' Father,' she whispered, ' I went
back'on yor^-on yer who'd Won so good
an' kind to mo; an', father', I want yer to
say before I die as you've forgiven
.mo.'
" I couldn't say nothln'. mistor, I just
hold hor closer. I held her till they
told mo sho couldn't speak no more,
an' then I. luid her baok. It was only
a few minuted aftor that she lived, but
afore she dlod she opened hor eyosoneo
moro an' moved her lips, t bent down
to her an' sho could just whlspor:
" 'Father, I'm sure yer haven't gone
hack on nio. I'm sure yer forgive mo.
But— father—I want yor to forgive him,
too.   For—father—1 vo forgiven-—'
" I forgive, her, mister, un' I've tried
to forgive lilui. I'll try again, mister;
I'll try hard for tho llttlo girl's sake.    I
know as his sin's n-goln' to drlvo him
back hero somo tlmo—drive him back
that he may go on his knees to me an'
toll mo how he wronged hor an' mo."
Tho man's voice broke In hie emotion.
I had always boen fond of Undo
Jake, but after what ho had told me I
Uked him better than ever. I knew
that his " little girl's " death weighed
heavily on him; and so after that
I got up ae many parties as I
could to visit tho tavern and cheer Mm
up.
Ono day toward Autumn, two years
afterwur.ls, in ono of my not infrequent
visits to tho tavern, Unole Jake culled
mo aside ami said r, "Mister, it's gcttlu'
kind o' lonesome for tho dog an' me
down hero Winters, an' I guess I won't
slay bore no longer aftor tho Fall. I've
got a houso as I took over In the village
ashore yonder, near to whoro tho llttlo
girl's burled. The dog an' I want to bo
nour Maggie, an'If yerll oome down oft
an' on, we'll be glad tor soo yer,
for lt ain't muoh company we'll bo
h'ftVIn',"
Well, Undo Jake took tbe houso
and I did go down thore ae often as I
could.
Tho blazing logs and the singing kettle
Boomed particularly oheery one January
night. A fierce wind was howling
uround the house. It had been snowing
all day, but as lt grew colder the snow
had stopped, and now thegusts sent ley
particles rattling against the window
panes.
Tho dog seemed sleeping peacefully—
at least he hadn't stirred—when Uncle
Jake wont to the hearth to lift up tho
kettle. The old man had brewed a
punch, and was Just raising the glass to
his lips, when suddonly Samson sprang
toward ono ot tho windows with a furious bark. As I turned In the .direction
in which he sprang 'I saw what might
have boon an illusion, it vanished eo
quickly—a man's face, pale, haggard and
driven, pressed against the pane. A
moment later the dog was loaplng
against the door. I sprang toward lt
and threw it open, letting out the dog,
who remained outside barking and howling for half an hour after I had olosed
the door.
I told Undo Jake, that, I thought a
man hod been but there, but all he said
was: " I guess It's ono o'thorn tramps
ns comes around. Samson ain't particular fond of 'urn. But if the fellow was
cold and wanted a drink why .didn't ho
knock nn' ask for it decent-like? Suro
he'd ha'got it."
The next morning was bright nnd
oloar and- very cold. As the wind
had subsided, unole Jake proposed to
go over to the grave-yard—ho hardly
lot a day pass without going there.
Tho grave-yard was a llttlo enelosure
a trine further out of tho vlllutre than
our houso. As we entered the gate
the dog suddenly darted forward
barking furiously as he hod the night
before. Following him hastily wo saw
what ho was barking at. A thin, white
hand had clasped the headstone, and
oyer the grave lay, face downwards, the
body of a man.
Uncle Jake grasped me and held
mo buck a moment. Then we tried to
loose the hand. But It woe clasped eo
(Irmly that we could hardly draw It
from tho stone. At lut it fell, and
we turned tho body over. I saw the
sumo pale, haggard, driven face that
wns pressed against the window the
night bofore.
" Mister," said Unole Jake solemnly,
"he's come book. An'—an—I think I've
forgiven him, aa Uie little girl asked no
for to do."
• ^J--.N.»V     *
The Darkey* Font Wata
I heard a gentleman uk an old
colored man the. other day what ha
would take provided he oould have
any throe things he would wish tor.
The old darky replied i
« Well, boss, de fuss tine;, 1 take a
fifty-dollar In money; den a Sne euit ot
clothes, and next a barrel o' rice.
"Don, boss," he continued, "if you
let mo make another wish I'd take tour
gallons o' good whiskey. "-lEastmeu
(Ua.) Tunes.
Letter by O.orgn Washington.
A Philadelphia gentleman has recently found an autograph letter of
George Washington, in whioh the litter
negotiates tor the (nuchai, of a good,
lively negro boy.
The following Business Directory relates
only to persons whose advertisements appear in the Daily Columbian. It has
been found true, as a rule, that persons
who advertlsellberaUyaro liberal lu thoir
dealings, and many persons make lt n
rule to give preference In their dealings to
those establishments which advertise
freely. The following, list is arranged alphabetically:
LEGAL.
T. c. Atkinson Columbia St
W. Norman Bole Columbia Mt
Branch OJfico at Vancouver.
Corbould A McColl MoKemrie St
Branch Office nt Vancouver.
E. A. Jeuns .MoKomclo st
MEDICAL.
Dr.H. M. Cooper Church St
Dr.J.C. Henderson Clillllwliack, B.C.
Dr. I. M. McLean MoKensle Bt
Dr. DeWolfe Smith Clurkson St
INSURANCE.
W. J. Armstrong [Are] Court House
H. V. Edmonds JIoKcmle Kt
W. D. Ferris lllfe A accident] Ferris St
T.R, Pearson [Are A life] Columbia St
Band Bros. [nre,ltfoAac'd't],McKonzleSt
: Branch Offices at Vancouver A Vic.
Turner, Beeton 4 Co. litre] ...Victoria
Woods, Turner A Gamble
[Are, life A accident]. ColumbiaSt
BEAL   ESTATE AGENCIES.
W. N. Bole Columbia St
Corbould 4 McColl MeKensle St
H. V. Edmonds McKenzie St
W. D. Ferris Ferris St
Band Bros McKenzie St
Wm. Shannon Vancouver
Woods, Turner A Gamble Columbia St
COMMISSION  AGENCIES.
Thomas Spence A Go..,.Now Westminster
Jno. Slrr Columbia st
ABOHITEOT, Ate.
C. H. CloW, Clinton St
O. w. Grant. McKensle St
CONTRACTORS A BUILDERS.
Ackerman Bros. New Westminster
Beckett A Co. ..McKenzie st
BRICK-HAKK11S.
Beckett A Co '. ..McKenzie st
Manuhun Bros New Westminster
AUCTIONEERS.      -
T, J. Trapp Columbia St
AGENTS FOR MACHINERY, Ae.
Fraser A Leonard .........l.Vaucouvcr
AGRIOULTTRAL IMPLEMENTS.
W. H. Jenkins..Westminster A Chll llwh'k
Jno. Slrr. Columbia St
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
T. R. Pearson... ** Columbia St
PRINTING A RULING.
The Columbian Steam Printing Establishment Columbia St
STOVES A TINWARE.
H, U. Cunningham A Co........Columbia St
GAS VITTINGS.
H, M. Cunningham A Co. Columbia St
SEWING MACHINES.
G. J. Robson h ColumbiaSt
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
W.R. Austin Front St
0.0. Motor Columbia St
Wm. McColl Columbia St
C. McTJonough Front St
DRV GOODS.
BonMarohe ColuinblaSt
D. Drysdale A Co .........Columbia St
Jas. Ellard A Co. Columbln St
Wm. Rae [Globe House] Columbia st
DRESSMAKING.
Bon Marche Columbia st
Jas. Ellard A Co Columbia st
Misses McDougall Columbia st
WOOD A COAL.
W. R. Austin Froutst
Henry Elliott [Orders left at W. MeColl's]
DRUGS, Ae,
D. 8. Curtis A Co Columbia St
'   BUTCHBTtS.     '
Robt. Dickinson .Columbia St
WATCHMAKERS A JEWELERS
F. Crake Columbia St
F. Stlrsky Columbln Ht
0. M. MeNanghten ColumbiaSt
BLACKSMITHING   A   CARRIAGE
WORKS.
Thos. Ovens Columbia St
Reid A Currle ......Columbia St
J. E. Sulley Douglas st
HOTELS.
Farmers Home IHolden] Church St
The Clarence I Richards] .Victoria
LIVERY, AG.
Mainland TronsferCo Columbia St
BOOTS A SHOES.
G. H. Grant A Co Columbia St
H. Kelts Columbia st
Wm. Ross Columbia St
SOAP-MAKERS.
Pendray A Co. Vlctorln
BAKERY.
A. Diobel Front St
NURSERIES.
liiiiul Registry Ordinance, 1870.
Sections31 A M. Block 0 North, Range I
Hinl,lll(liclM»lrlrli,r.N'ev. Wfulniln.
ster.
WHEEEAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Title of Hugh Ross (now deceased)
to tho above lands has been lost, and ap-
plication lias been made for u duplicate
ihoreof: Notlco Is therefore hereby given
that a now Certificate of Title wilt be
issued in lieu of that so tost, unless cause
bo Bhewn lo tho contrary within one
month from (he dnto hereof.
It. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Lund RcKiulry Ofllce,
New Westminster; 20lli June, 1887.
  dje»ml
TESTIMONIAL!
Vancouver, 28rd June, 1886,
MB. 0. ROBERTSON,
Vancouver:
Representing Goldle A MeCtilloch,
Gait, Ont.
Sir.—We the umieralimed having wit-
nenKCil the terrihle fire which wiped out of
existence the young city of Vancouver,
on the 18th inst., have, after the Are, examined tho Bufes sold hy yon, Bomo of
which were put to tlie most Bcvcre test,
having heen surrounded by large Quantities of lard and bacon, and we are pleaued
to testify to the remarkable mauner In
which every Hafe sold by you preserved
its eontents, not only bookb and papers,
but also thousands of dollars In paper
money wero taken out In perfect condition. We can, therefore, with the greatest confidence, recommend them as thor*.
oughly fire proof:
L. A. Hamilton, for the Canadian Pacific
Railway Company: M. A, MacLenn,
Mayor; John .1. Blake, Stipendiary Magistrate; Ricli'd. Alexander, Justice of
the peace; John HonItbee, Police Magistrate, City of Vancouver; Thomas Dunn,
Justice of the Peace; Isaoo Johns, Col,;
Edward E, Rand, Real Kstate Broker;
R. Balfour, Alderman: John Rankin,
Real Estate Broker; Pllher A Edson,
Royal Hotel; H. F. Keofer, Contractor,
C. P. R,: J. W. McFarlridd, Port Moody,
to Vancouver and English Bay; F. C,
InnoK & Co., Real Estate Brokers; A, W.
.Ross, Real Estate Broker; Gravely A
Bplnks, Real Kstate Brokers; R. C. Ferguson, Mgr. R. C. P. Mills. JeSQto
1873.
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THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
Printing  Company
(-L.IMITEJ-DJ
ON THE 10TH OF JANUAKY, 1887,
the CoLtTMMAN Newspaper and
Printing Concern wns purchased by a
joint stock company composed of citizens
cf New Westminster, to lm known as the
" British Columbian Printing Co.,
Limited." Tho coucern has been for
nearly a year owned and controlled hy
tlio British Columbia Stationery and
Printing Company, of Now Westminster,
Victoria and Vancouver. Tlio object of
tlio new company is to continue tho pub*
ligation of tho Uhitisu Columbian newspaper ond carry on a general printing and
publishing concern, controlled entirely by
tliotio whoso Individual interest it will be
to promote tho development, especially
of tliu Mainland. Thero will ho no
slackening of the energy hitherto dis*
played in tho management of tho establishment, and its patrons may rely upon
receiving full value for their money.
The Com mn an will continue to be entirely independent in both Dominion and
provincial politics, nnd will devote itself
to tho advancement of sncli schemes as
may bo considered in the public interest.
The concern is now entirely separate from
any other business, tho book aud
stationery establishment in this city
having been taken over by Mr. T. R.
Pearson, who will continue to carry it on
in his own name and for his own benefit.
It is desirable thnt a daily newspaper
should be maintained in this city, and
the now company asks for public patron*
age ou the ground that it is engaged in
an enterprise calculated to promote the
public welfare It aska that the Columbian bo judged on Its own merits and
supported only so long as its policy is
enconsistt with its professions. In con*
lenucncc of thia business change all accounts due the concern must be settled
without delay so that the books of the
former company may be adjusted and
closed, Address nil communications and
remittances to
D.  .OBSON, Manager.
New Wonttniuster, .lu:. 28, 1887.
DEALER I IMPORTER IK
Dry Goods
CLOTHING
GROCERIES
TUST RECEIVED IN DKY GOODS,
A NEW STOCK
In all shades and material of DRESS
GOODS, including Cashmeres, Merinos,
Silks, Satins, Rlack and Colored Velveteens and Plushes. COTTONS (bleached
and unbleached). LININGS, BUT.
TONS, HOLLANDS, *o. Grey, White,
Scarlet and Checked FLANNELS. LADIES GLOVES, in Cotton, Wool, Silk
and Kid, Ladies Merino nnd Lamb
Wool Vests. JERSEYS, all prices.
Hosiery, Muslins, Diaper Irish Linen,
Brilliants, Ac., kc
Men's Clothing!
For Quality, Stylo, Fit and Price,
can't be touched,
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
Iu every Line. Cotton, Merino and
Wool Underwear, White Shirts, Cnffe.
Collars, Gloves, Braces, Cardigan Jackets, kc. Also, Cotton, Merino, Cashmere, Lambs Wool and Knit S0CK8, in
great variety.
Also, HATS and CAPS, Ladiw* and
Gents' RUBBKR GOODS and UM-
BRKLLAS.
In House Furnishing Goods
Carpets, Rugs, Window Poles with
Rings and Mountings, Window Holland
(Buff, Green and Striped), Damask and
Cretonnes, Sheetings, Towels, White
Counterpanes, Bleached and Unbleached
Table Linens, Napkins, Tickings, Blank-
eta and Arctic-down Quits, Tablo Cloths
and Covm
IN GROCERIES
Everything found in a first-class Establishment, and none but tho best. Canned
Goods, Fruits, Meats and Vegetables,
I d*m'i offer Cheap Uoods. Idon'ltmy
(hem or keep Ibetn, bat I oflPer yon th.
bent sail at the lowest price ther can be
Mil at, nd yen get what we represe«t
daoMtc
Gold (Star ffatcles, Dnoitl lugs.
BRACELETS, PINS, LOCKETS, CHAINS, AC.
Also a large  assortment  of   SILVER   PLATED   WARE
KNIVES, FORKS, SPOONS, &c .   ^fS^'fc
^° All Goods guaranteed to be as represented.
C. M. McNaughten.
dw-jairjtc    • Colonial Block, New Westminster, B. C.
New
The "GLOBE HOUSE"
XT AVE RECEIVED A LARGE AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK OH
Dry Goods,       MlHtjierr,
Ladies' and Children's Underwear,
Children's White and Colored Dresses* for ail ages, at low price,.
Also, n variety of Bed Quilts und lace Onrttliis, Plushes,
Satins, VclVClS »n<l Velfeteens, »nd Everything kept in,'« fint-clas.
Dry Goods Shop.       ^"Inspeotion invited."*£rj
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i tlie best for tho
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ATBAOHER VOR THE MUd ll \Y
Public School. Applicationn in In- in
by 8SU1 July. Teacher to hold a cerJmeiiW*
not less than third class, gnulr A,
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dwjy2td Scorolary.
Brighouse Estate.
A LL PARTIES ARE HEREBY CAU-
A Honed against purchasing of Hum'l
DrlghoufiP or executing mortgages on any
portion of the above estate without the
sanction of Miinni'llii Brighouse, his wife,
or her solicitors,
dapllitc       MANUELLA BR10H0U9E.
ISTOTIOB.
Id llie Mailer or the KMale of J. E.
Murne* deceased Intestate.
A LL SUMS DUE THB, ESTATE OF
A the late J, E. Murne must be paid to
(tic undersigned forthwith; and all per*
sons having claims against the said Estate must send In their accounts, duly
verified, to the undersigned at New Westminster, 0.1 or before the "th day of July,
A. D. 1887.
Datod at New Westminster tho SBth May,
A. I). 1887. JOHN ELLWOOD,
dmylMtc Administrator.
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Notice Leamy & Kyle
Notice i E. A. Jenns
Assurance Co.. Woods, Turner & Gamble
f atlp. § ritish Columbian
H«iaj Bvenlng, Jnly 11, 1S8I.
The chain (rang is cleaning McKenzie it. to-day.
Four oars of height arriveil lo-doy
from eaitsrn points.
Bill Nye get, 8100 a week. This
accounts for his good humor.
Get one of those "Ice Cream"
Freezers at H. M. Cunningham &
Co's. 3jy8t3
Mayor Dickinson presided in tho police court this morning in the absence
of Mr. Atkinson, P.M.
The Parthia cleared her moorings at
Vanconver at 2.45 this afternoon, and
hit on her return voyage to China and
Japan.
Dr. C. E. 0. Brown has returned to
the city, and will be found at his dental room,, over D. S. Curtis & Co's.
drag store, djy83t
Trassieria, a lumberman, appeared
before the beak this morning on a
charge of drunkeness, and wns fined
J2.25 and coats.
Parties wishing fruits for preserving
should place their orders at once.
Special rates on quantities for putting
up.—0. J„. Robson. ..,. <ljyllt3
prThe'ftaa*: i»stillliigh. For tho
Lntjhr«a.d«js tWheight.of the water
has not varied an inch. The greater
part of Harrison River meadows is still
under water.
The wife of Mr. D. W. Brown, J.P.,
of Hall's Prairie, presented her husband with twin,, two girls, on Thursday night lut. Both mother and
babes are doing well.
Fishermen made good catches last
night. Mr. Vianen's 8 busts captured
over a thousand fish. One of D. W.
Port ft Oo's. boats caught 208 salmon
in one drift, which is a vory big catch.
It hat lately been discovered that an
Italian nobleman, who frequented the
most exclusive London society and
clubs at night, sells tinware from a
handcart in tbe tuburbt during the
day.
/ I 'v. In some parts ol the distriot grasshoppers are appearing in large numbers
and devouring much of the crops.
Thia, with unusual drought, will interfere considerably with the profits of
the farmers.
We understand that the Sunday observance by-law has been so modified
as to remove the objections of most of
those who were opposed to it, and it
will be brought up again at the council
meeting to-night.
Messrs. Woods, Turner & Gamble
have been appointed sgents  for tbe
,   Weitern Assurance Oo. of Canada.   A
statement of the assets and operations
of this compsny will be found in sn
advertisement elsewhere in this paper.
One of the notable things at the
Yale college commencement was the
speech of a Chinese graduate, giving
"the other side of the Chinese que*
' tion."   lt is enough to make statesmen of the Dennis Kearney stripe
Cn when a "hoy then" has such priv-
_ • In such a puce.
Ip a Chicago court the other doy a
man who wu being examined  with
!' '       respect to Us qualifications fer jury
urvice uid he " would sooner believe
a newspsper report than the tworn
testimony of the   sversge reader."
That tun could not have been a reader ot our local cotemporary.
Th* Bithet arrived this morning
•bout ten o'clock. She left this city
on Saturdsy morning for Victoria but
on account of the strong winds prevailing on the gulf did not leave the
mouth of the river until 5:30 yester
day morning, arriving in Victoria at
11 o'clock. She brought up about 100
tons of freight	
Dominion Lauds.—A correspondent
writing from Yale uys there is a good
deal of oomplaint made on account of
tlie delay in getting the railway lands
Iqto such a shape u will enable settlers to obtain titles; and he uks
when the lands between Hammond
Slid Yale will be ready for administration. On enquiry at the land office
we are informed that a party of sur-
' voyors is kept at work constantly surveying these lands, and that u soon as
the survey hu been completed and a
•. correct tup made out the commission-
ir will be ready to issuo titles to those
who ore entitled to them. No one
can toll how long this will be, but it is
not expected the commissioner will be
In a' position to issue titles until some
time next yesr.
Which wjis rap. Best Man?-Two
lumbermen from Mr. Gilloy's logging
camp on Barneston Island, came down
to the city onSaturdayeveninfiandpro-
oeoded to "fill up." Yesterday, about
noon, they got arguing un thoir
relative physical strength iu ono
of the Front st. saloons, and they ro
solved upon going out on tho streot
and giving their muscular capabilities
a test. Accordingly both started for
the street and began slugging each
other, but being pretty drunk, they
very soon tumbled to the ground.
Here£they rolled in the dust aud bit
nnd scratched each other until they
presented a sorry sight. A policeman
arrived and took both to the "cooler."
They were let out this morning un
each depositing $120 that they would
appear in the police court on Thursday
morning.
Ill-fitting boots and shoes cause corns.
Holloway's Corn Cure is the article to
use. Get a bottle at once and cure your
corns.
Drowned in the Inlet.
TWO MEN LOSE THEIR LIVES BY THE UPSETTING OF A BOAT.
Two unknown men loft Vancouver
Saturday afternoon in tho sloop Truant
nnd started to cross tho inlet to Moody-
ville. When about half way across
a gust of wind caught the Truant's
sail ond swamped Iter. The occurrence
was seen by peoplo on the Vancouver
shore and a tug immediately set out to
.rescue the men it possible, but before
tho tug reached the scene both men
disappeared under tho water, and
were seen no more. Thore was some
difficulty at first in obtaining tho
names of tho unfortunate men, and it
was reported that ono of them was a
saloon-keeper in this city. Vancouver advices this afternoon state that
tho names of tho men are Brown and
Curtings, that both of thorn live in
Vaucouver, nnd are married, and havo
families. 	
Sad Accident.
A RANCHER AND HIS WIFE AND CHILD DROWNED
INTHESIMILKAMEEN.
A sad drowning accident occurred
about four days ago in the Siinilka-
meen Rivor. Mr. Yockilo, who keeps
a ranch near tho river, was crossing it
in a small boat in company with his
wife and child. It is not known how
tho accident occurred, but the first intimation pf the disaster was given by
Indians, who reported that they saw
the boat, bottom up, floating midway
in tho stream down the river towards
the rapids, and that Mr. Yockilo's
small dog was sitting on it, howling
piteously. Whon near the rapids tho
dog jumped and swam aBhoro. No
trace of the occupants of the boat wus
discrnible nnd it was nt once surmised
that they had been drowned by tho
upsetting of the boat, and that they
were probably unable to reach tho
shore and wero dashed to pieces on
the rocks in the rapids.
Rock Creek Booming.    .
A Bunania Disco vercil—Mlnrrs Flocking
In Great Numbers—The inclines, or
the Ore.
Thos. Daley, of Hope, arrived ill,
the city to-day. Mr. Daley has just
come from Granito Creek and brings
news of a mining excitement nt Rock
Creek, near Keroineus', where a ledge
of very rich gold quartz has lately been
discovered. If the reports aro not
exaggerated tho finders of the ledge,
one of whom is Mr. Finnoy, a Cariboo
miner, are to bo envied. Mr. Douglas,
a representative of nn American syndicate, has examined the ore and ollered
Mr. Finney and his partner §75.000
spot cash for their claim, which these
gentlemen promptly refused. The ore
is of the very richest kind, somo of it
being almost a mass of yellow gold,
and when broken by the hammer the
pieces will hang together by numerous
shreds of the valuable mineral. Tho
discovery has caused intense excitement and miners are flocking in groat
numbers to the spot, and claims are
being located by tiie dozen. Almost
every white man at Granite Creek has
deserted thnt place, and will try his
chances in the new El Dorado.
Fire at Centrevlile.
The Pleneer Hotel I. Bnrnril nml Muuy
Innate. Narrowly Escape.
Hpeclal to the Columbian.
CuiLHWHACK.July 10.—At 3 o'; lock
this mommy the pioneer hotel at
Centreville was discovorod on fire.
The proprietor, Chas. Bartlett, was
tho first lo give the alarm, and rot tu •
nstely succeeded in netting the inmates
out safely though two of tho boarders
had to jump from tho upper story.
The hotel, barn, stables and fencing
were completely destroyed. Hud the
wind beep from lee the wholo village
would probably have been reduced to
ashes. Tho fire is supposod tn have
originated in the wood house from a
fire which was left smoulderingto expel
mosquitoes.
Personal.
T. 0. Atkinson is in Victoria.
Goo. Hayes, of Kamloops, is in tbo
city.
W. B. Wilson, ot Vancouver, is in
the city.
J. 0. Armstrong returned from Harrison Hot Springs to-day.
Tho Marquis and Marchioness of
Huntley are at the Hot Springs.
Deputy-minister of the interior, Mr.
Burgess, left for Ottawa on Saturday.
.T. 0. McLennan, of Hall's Prairie,
left to-day for Victoria, per str. Rithet.
Eddie McKenzie, who for some time
past has been in the C.l'.U. telegraph
office at Clover Valley, has been removed to the Hope office. .
Pasaengors per sir. Rithet this morning from Victoria: Mr. Coulter, S.
M. McCartney, J. McLagan, W. Clements, Curtis, O. J. Wost, Howie.
Wo aro pleased to know that the
Hon. Hugh Nelsou is rapidly improving in health at the Hot Spring sanitarium. Ho is now able to take a long
spin in his row boat every day.
J. K. Cunningham, wifo, 6 children
and 2 servants, of Kobbe, Japan, aro
registered nt the St. Alico hotel, Harrison, Mr. Cunningham came on the
Parthia and is en routo to his home
in England, from which ho has been
absent many years.
The following aro the arrivals at the
Hot Springs during the last week:
Wm. Templeman and wife, Victoria;
Mrs. \V. Moresby, Now Westminster,;
Dr. Bontley and wife, Westminster;
H. D. Muni), Kamloops; Walter Hogg,
Montreal; J. La Riveire, Montreal;
E. C. McLean, W. Bell, Vanoouver;
J. A. McDonald, Ferney Oorabe; J.
Elliott, Westminster; A. M. Grant,
Vancouver; J. T. MoKarooher, Vancouver; E.J. Ermatiiiger, North Bond;
Rov. G. C. Patterson, Chilliwhack; D.
J. Hann, Victoria; Dr. J. W. Powell,
Victoria; D. MoQillivrais, R. Barton,
Vancouver; Jno. Sprott, Westminster;
J. Johnson, Vancouver; J. K. Cunningham, wifo, 11 children and 2 servants, Kobbo, Japan; J, A. WilliamB,
New York; Harry Frick, North Bend;
Gilbert Monroe, Brandon; PetorLor-
son, Vancouver; S. J. Thompson, J.
C. Armstrong, Westminster, D. Fleming, Winnipeg; Marquis and Marchioness of Huntley, of Scotland, and
two servants
If your children are troubled with
wormB, give them Mother Graves' Worm
ilxterminator; safe, Sure, and; effectual.
Try it, and mark tho improvement in
your child.
ASSOCIATEDHJESS NEWS
Condensed Despatches.
It is reported that another crisis is
imminent in Servia.
Ballentine, the Gladstonian candidate, ia elected (or Coventry.
The United States Pacific squadron
has beon ordered to Honolulu.
All men on furlough in South Russia
have been ordered to join their colors,
A meeting of the National League iB
called for at Cork on July 17th to
adopt some course to resist evictions.
RI8TLR88NE8S, Morbip Anxiety, and
a fretful disposition, are usually mot
with in the dyspeptic. These mental
indicia show how close is the connection
between brain and atomaoh.   Their moat
firolific cause, dyspepsia, is a complaint
or which Northrop k Lynmn'fl Vegetable
Discovery and Blood Purifier is lined
with unvarying success. , It also remedies Biliousness, Constipation, and Impurity of the Blood.
Jubilee Sunday School Picnic
and Excursion.
While our American cousins have so
nobly and heartily entered into the
jubilee celobratiotiB of thisyoar,paying
tributes of luve and honor to Briton's
worthy and beloved Queen Victoria,
we, as Canadians, take delight to not
only do honor to our own distinguished 1st of July, but to gladden the
hearts of Chilliwhack's American visitors by observing the 4th.
On the, lovely sunshine morning of
last Monday 11 largo -'number of all ages
aud sizes assembled at Chllliwhack
landing to await the arrival of the
William Irving to convey them to the
prettily located town of Hope on the
Fraser River, the boauty of whose
groves and walks charm eye and invite
the visitant.
After waiting for the unloading of
freight, two hours later than the time
specified, the whistle gave the signal
and off tho steamer floated with her
Union Jacks waving in the breeze.
Tlie afternoon was pleasantly spent in
social converse, vocal and instrumental music, and admiring nature, in all
her mountain and rill grandeur. But
notwithstanding the enjoyment experienced on tho water we were all desirous of arriving at Hope In time to
take in the beauty of the surrounding*
before the shades of evening drew the
curtains, An apparent needless delay
of half an hour to take on wood was
an unexpected exercise on the patience
nf some on board. As we nearcd the
destined port, the organist resumed
her sent on the front of tho steamer,
surrounded by happy hearts and glad
voices, who struck up ** We aro Coming," and " God Save the Queen."
Whilo we guzed at the shore lined
with whites, Ohincsoaud Indium ready
to hail our approach, our thoughts wus
absorbed with the dear absent face aud
viicimt face of one. who a year tuzo
could have extended & loyal and coidinl
welcome to his many Chilliwhack
friends, but, while Uope lias lost the
loved and true, tho heaven above ban
gained.
As soon as the gang-board was ox-
tended, the joyous party sought the
shore, scattering tn the groveB and rivulets, Niunii riding and more walking,
many culling ou friends, admiring
flower gardens, Ac,
It. wob with regret thnt we learned
tho absence of ono of the leading
families of the town who would havo
spiritedly joined in the commingling.
Un account of tho late hour of arrival
the excursionists partook of refreshments on tho boats, n large spaco being
granted for table room. The evening
was pleasantly passed, eome resorting
to private homes, "making melody
with their hearts unto tho Lord " in
sacred song,.with piano accompaniment, while a larger number engaged
in sacred aong on the boat, The children having tho use of tho deck, and
tho evening being propitious, enjoyed
running and amusements such as afford the happy little ones pure delight,
As wo remained at Hope and so
soundly enjoyed " Tired nature's
sweet restorer," us not to hear the
gentle whistle of the William Irving,
we were not favored with the opportunity of a morning good-bye to the
pienic party, whom we trust would
have a charming ride down the river
and safe return to Chilliwhack valley.
We regard this interchange of friendship as conduoive to the best of feelings and largely corrective of selfish*
neis that is apt to creep in wore communities live altogether to themselves,
of the happiness of their sister localities, as well as, of the divine injuno-
liou, "Look not every man upon his
own things but on Iho things of others,"
Wo trustthistrip theon majcslioFras-
re will be often repeated repeated, and
that the Hopeana may duly know when
tu expect their Ohilliwhack friends
that thoy may be ready to give ex
pression to their loyalty and extend a
cordial welcome.
Wo would not forget to thank the
Giver of all good for His loving caro
and enciroling arm of protection, aud
that nothing occurred to mar or sadden
the jubilee excursion.
A lady from Chilliwhack remained
over for a week for the benefit of rost
and reinvigoration, who is groatly on-
joying tho pretty walks and drives, and
who is already feeling physically improved.
Wo think if the people in the cities
were aware of the beauties of Hope
they would doubtless seek its cool
shades as a summer resort aud a most
desirable spot for recuperation.
A Rbturnrd Hopijan.
Mrs. A. Nelson, Braatford, writes:--
"I was a sufferer from chronic dyspepsia
for eleven years. Always after eating,
an intense burning sensation in the stomach, at times very distressing, caused a
drooping and languid feeling, which
would last for several hours after eating.
I waa recommended by Mr. Popplewefl,
chemist, of our city, to try Northrop k
Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure, and I am thankful to say
that I havo not beon better for years;
that burning sensation and languid feeling has all gone, and food does not lie
heavy on my stomach. Others of my
family have used it with beat results.
1
Wholesale fllty Market.
Beet,     per 100 lbs 910 00 <3|12 00
Pork        ' «  10 00112 00
Mutton     : "  10 00@ 0 00
Hidcstgr'n)"     8 000700
Fotutoes   j*'     1759160
Turnips     ',"   0 000 0 75
Cabbage     "    2 00® 3 00
Onions        "     2 009000
Wheal      ,"     1609  175
Oats "     1609 1 75
Peas       ... " .....;   150® 000
Hay,       per ton    20 00 9 25 00
Butter{rofiBJ1 per\h    0 259 0 30
Cheese,   v*>"      "     0 20 9 0 00
Eggs,      perdoz  0 30 9 0*15
Oordwood (retail) per cunt   3 50 & 4 00
F. Burrowfl, of Wilkesport, writes
that he was cured of a very dangerous
case of inflammation of the lungs, solely
by the use of five bottles of Dr. Thomas'
Eclectric OU, Feels great pleasure in
recommending it to the public, as he had
proved it (for many of tho diseases it
mentions to cure) through his friends,
aud in nearly every instance it was. effectual. Do not bo deceived by any imitations of. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil. Be
sure you get the genuine.
BAPTIST CHURCH, Agnes Street,
East of Mary Street. Rev. Robert
Lennie, Pastor. Lord's Day Services ut 11
a. 111, und 7 p. m. Sabbath School and
Bible CIubs at 2:30 p. in. All seats free;
strangers cordially welcomed,   d-dcWto
■     UNION LODGE No. V, A. F.
~#V~ <fc A. M.*-The regular Com-
jL _W munlcattonn of this Lodge are
/ ▼ \ held on tbe first Monday In eaeh
month, Sojourning brethren are cordially Invited to attend
PETER GRANT,
fe23*tc 1 Secretary.
1TOTIOB.
ALL   PARTIES    HAVING   CLAIMS
against Lome College or Columbia
College are requested to forward the same
at once 16 the undersigned.
djyllW E. A. JENNS, Barrister.
asroTxas..
NOTIcfc IS HEREBY GIVEN ThXt
30 days after date we Intend making
application to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for a lease for timbering purposeH of the following described
lands:
Commencing nt the South West corner
of Leamy A Kyle's Limit B, Range 1, Lot
2.5; from thenee running Northerly 40
clialns, thence Westerly 40 chains, thenee
Southerly 60 chalno, thenco Westerly 120
chuliiH, thence Southerly 20 chains, thence
Easterly W chains, more or less, following tho ahureof Curdcro channel to the
point of'commencement—containing (MO
acres, more or less, and to be known as
Limit E.
AlBO-thc following lands, situated Port
Neville, East shore: Commencing atthe
North West corner of tlie Moodyvllle Saw
Mill Company's cluim, Lot 5; thence
Northerly 20 chains, tlience Easterly 100
chains, thence Southerly 60 ohalns, thence
Westerly 210 ehnliiB, thence Northerly 20
chains to the South went corner of snld lot;
thence Easterly 80 ohalns, thence Northerly 40 chains, thence Westerly P0 chains,
more or lens, to the point of commencement—containing 1320 acres, more or less,
und to be known as Limit P.
LEAMY A KYLE.
Vanoouver, 2nd July, 1887.        djyllml
I
FIRE AN0J1ARINE.
. Oil.   •  Toronto. Mim
Capital.    •     •     «i,ooo,ooo.oo
(ash Assets, • 1,188,200.16
ANNUAL INCOME, - over 11,300,000
LOSSES PAID slnco orgiinlxiitloii,
over "  10,000,000
DIUKITOKB!
A. M. SMITH, President; \V. M. GOOD-
RRHAM. Vice-President: HUN. S. 0.
WOOD, ROUT. HKATTK, A. T. FULTON. GEO. A. COX, OEO, MoMUR-
RICH, It. N. 11AIR1). J. J, KENNY,
Managing Director.
rolleles written by
WOODS, TUltSKB A O.tMBLE,
djyllml      Agents, NewWestmlnster, B.0
Mind Registry Ordinance, 1870.
Re Lot 21).  Town or Centreville. New
Westminster IMslrlet.
\J7HEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
VV Title or Hiram G. Onderkirk lo tlie
above lot has been lost or destroyed, and
application litis been made for a duplicate
thereof: Notlco Is therefore hereby given
that a now Certificate of Title will be issued In lieu of that so lost ordostroyed,
unless cause ho shown to tho contrary
within one month from tho date hereof.
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land H.glstry Office,
New Westminster, B.C., 20th June, 1SB7.
djoaomi
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERYMAN A DEALER IN
Fruit and Ornamental Trees,
LADNER'S LANDING),   B. O.
TIIE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN-
form llie people of British Columbia
thai ho ban ostnblldliod a Nursery at Ladner's Lauding, and Ih prepared to mi
all orders for Fruit Trees, Ornamental
TreeB, Shrubbery, Vines, Small Fruits,
Ao. Trees Imported or home grown according to tho wishes of customers. The
subscriber lias hnd n thorough practical
training lu tlio business, and having a
fiermaneut stake In the oountry it Isliis
nterest to deal fairly with the publio. He
will wait upon the various towns nnd settlements shortly, and alt orders will have
his personal attention.
aul2tc E. HUTCHERSON.
VKB
OP THE HARRISON.
For Sale!
DAR BUSINESS IN A FIRST-CLASS
JD Holol— central location, Vancouver.
Stock at Invoice prices; fixtures nt bottom
prices. Two years' lease of premises; license for a year Just secured. Small capital required. Reasons for selling, ill-
health. For particulars nuply to
E. V. BODWELL,
Real Estate Broker A Gen'l Ag't,
Vancouver, B.O. djyflwl
Nev Jewelry Store!
MR. THOMAS 8IFFM0
BEGS TO ANNOUNCE TO THE PUB-
Ho icenerally that he Is about to open
a Jewelry Store on
STxoa&t   Stroat.
Where he will keep on hand a full stock
of
Clock* Watches and Jewelry
OK   AU. KI1UH).
English Walrlirs will bo a specialty.
Country orders will receive prompt attention,
All kinds of REPAIRING dono In first-
class stylo and all work guaranteed.
dwJytHc
Fineet Pleasure ud Health Resort
xxr  j-jȣ--ixaj-.
ENDORSED BY THE LEADING PHYSICIANS.
PRIVATE SWIMMING AND VAPOR
BATHS.
BEPABATK APARTMENTS FOR LAMES
Witli Experienced Attendants In Charge
Hotel  Acconiiuoilaliuii   unsurpassed,
with graduated rates,
Stages moot all: trains ut AgnssU's Station, C. P. It.
jqtNo improper persons allowod on the
premises.
Saturday rate by G. P. R.—Westminster
to Agnssiz nnd return, only $2,50. Tickets
good for 15 days, So.00. dwjoUtc
3MC Jk. X TSt X- Jk.. JK X*
Transfer Comp'y
NKV WKSTMIX8TKR* B. C.
Hack, Stage, Livery and Feed Siibles.
HACK   RATES.
From the Stand to any ono point
south of Royal Avenuc.c'ch person,$   25
From the stand to any one point
within tbe city limits, one person...     60
Enoh additional person      25
To or from Steamer or Train—sumo
as above.
Driving by the hour—first hour.   2
Following hours—end)    1 50
Hack to Vancouver and Return...,....; 10 00
,l      Port Moody Alid Return  7 50
Slables, Colombia Street.
dJeOto Telephone Calls-10 A 3.1.
Brick! Brick!
Removal Sale!
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE NOW
ON HAND A
Large Quantity of Brick
GUARANTEED TO RESIST ANY CLIMATE,
Every Brick is made of the
best clay and is carefully inspected before placed in the
kiln.
XT fall nd iniiicil our Slock.
MANAHAN  BROS.,
<lwje23ml Now Westminster.
TABLiE
Showing the Dates and Places of
Courts of Assise. Nisi Prion, and
Oyer and Terminer, for the
Year 1881.
Sl'iWNO ASSIZES.
[On Vancouver lilnnd ]
Victoria Monday Ifltli May.
Nanalmo Tuendny 7th June.
[On Mainland]
New\VeRtm!iiBler..WcdneBdny...4tli May.
Kamloo'it Monday  Iltb June,
Ullnton ...Monday lDth Juno,
FAJtL ASSIZES.
[On Mainland]
Rlehflcld Monday ...12th Sept.
Clinton \Vcdne«di.y...3«iii Hept,
iCnmloopH Minuiu.v ilrd Oct.
Lytton Monday llllli Oct.
NowWealmi rodcr., Wednesday ...Oth Nov.
[ On Vancouver Island ]
Viotoria Monday.. Wlb November.
Nanalmo. Tuesday tlth December.
dap2Gtd
To Sas FranciscoJil„
DY WAY OF THE :
Oregon and California B,B,
AND. CONNECTIONS.
THE MT.SHWTA ROUTE.
Quicker In Time than any other
Route between
id San
Grand Scenic Route of the Ficldo
Coast.
ONLY ..TWENTY .MILES STAGING
Briwrrn Anlilantl and Valv'a.
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
Between Portlnud and Axhlnnd, Cole'a
and Hun Priuiolaoo,
Faro from Portland to Sacramento and
San Kranc'lscoj-Mmlli'il pirBtCliwH, gut||
unlimited, tjwa* limited emigrant, HMA.
R. ROKU.LRR, Manager.
D. DRYSDALE & CO.
OFFER THEIR
IMMENSE   STOCK   OF
Dry Goods, Clothing,
CARPETS,   ETC.
AT  WHOLESALE   PRICES
i From .Tuly 1st, 1887.
Jargains may be expected in everything we handle.
D. DRYSDALE & CO.,
' dwje30tc 73 Columbia St,,-New Westminster.
(■>»»»
k. p. Rogers,
••«. Fnlfht * Pus. Altai.
THIRTY DAYS
CLEARANCE SALE
Janes Ellard & Company
Will sell the whole of their Large and
well selected Stock of
Gent's Furnishing Goods
Dry Goods, Clothing,
House Furnishings,
Carpels, .lie.
*—• <*——_.—-*—■
Reduced Prices for Cash.
SALE TO COMMENCE 201UUNE
LONDOrTHOUSE
NEW WESTMINSTER.
r Gome and inspect before purchasing, and
be convinced that the goods are marked
down to the lowest possible prices.
JAMES ELLARD & OO,
JclSW
M:jk.iisri..A.isrD
(1.A.TB1 S'crrx.x.a-z- kmurwioK.)
mHE UNDERSIGN ED, having purchased
I the Mainland Carriage Works, opposite
W. B. Townsehd's Livery Stable, Merchants'Square, Westminster, will carry on
the business of Blacksmithing & Carriage
Building in all its branches. Having had
considerable experience in the business,
and possessing first-class machinery alid
stock, work will be guaranteed to give
satisfaction.
Horse-shoe Ing a speclnUy. Call and Inspect tke Entabllih-
nacnt.
\vtm J. E. SULLEY.

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