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THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
 II  tUBLUBED——
Kvery Wednesday * Saturday,
D. ROBSON & CO.
OFFICE COLUMBIA STREET. ErtlU'KJJE TO EDI-
romALAND Business Oepahtmeht tmrouiih T. fl.
Pearsoh & Co's. Boon & Statumehv Stok.
THKH8-IIyH.il, tOsjnnri tl SO for J ran..,
tl r.Ji Jt mo,.; pajalilo in ArlTon.-.. D.II-ereu
liy Ciiriliiior Agent, tl per quarter, payable
quarterly lo Carrier or Agent.
AOENTS
T. H. Hisseh a Co.	
T. R. Pearson * Ct	
•■VioroiiA.
 tut.
The British Columbian.
VOLUME 39
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1880.
'action, to I
NUMBER 32
TUIC   DADCD   may be found on St. at
I nio rArCn ««». p..bo_«.ii*co..-.
-ht fvitislt Columbian.
■Trilnrailay nornlnii, April SI. MM.
I'urreiit Events and Opinions.
Gladstone's proposed bill for tho
better govornmont of Ireland pro
vides for nn Irish parliament of two
houses, one having the power to veto
the acts of 'the other. The office of
viceroy is to be retained and made
non-political, and Ireland is not to
have representation in the Imperial
parliament. In these particulars
Ireland is placed on the same footing with Canada, Indie, and the
other British colonies of the first
grade. In other particulars Ireland
is placed on the same footing as
England und Scotland, and the restrictions on any movement toward
separation or independence are of
the cast-iron order. The bill is
made for Ireland, nnd grants much
that the home rulers have asked
without yielding much that Englishmen have clung to tenaciously. It
puts the administrative and legislative government in the hands of
Irishmen without surrendering any
of the prerogatives of the crown. It
will undoubtedly be satisfactory to
home rulers of the Justin McCarthy
school, and will probably be accepted
even by the extremists. But whatever may be said of the bill, there
will be but one opinion as to the
speech of Mr. Gladstone. It is a
masterly presentation of the subject,
and it was made by a man 77 years
of age, who decided to take this
step toward the settlement of the
Irish troubles in the face of such
opposition from leaders of his own
party as a party leader has rarely
met with. If the scheme should be
approved the credit will be given to
Mr. Gladstone rather than to his
party. If it fails, failure will be
moro a triumph to Mr. Gladstone
than victory to liis opponents Come
what may,, tlie HbirriiF lender llaS
been true to tho lino lie marked out
nearly twenty years ago.—Vhkuyo
Tnkr-Ocemi.
The poople of Now Westminster
entertained themselves to a free
exhibition on Thursday evening of
last week. It was not much of a
show either in execution or design,
but probably fitly represented tho
turbulent stato of tlio minds of
thoso for whose benefit it was given.
Ws hope thoy enjoyed it whilo it
was in progress, because that is the
only satisfaction they uro likely to
get from it. Effigy burning is indulged in occasionally. It has very
little about it to recommend the
practice. Indeed, wo aro not sure
that it does not reflect more severely
on tliose who indulge in it than ou
those upon whom it is intended to1
cast reproach. It is a harmless
"divarsion," and while it may amuse
some it does harm to nobody. We
suppose Mr. Orr and bit two political friends feel as comfortable to-
dny as those who hung and burned
them. Was there really any ground
for the silly demonstration against
them? Does .any man in New
Westminster, possessed of a fair
share of common sense, really believe that Messrs Robson, Cunningham and Orr would knowingly do
anything to injure tbo interests of
the city! Mr. ^Cunningham has
probably a larger stake in it than
any half dozen of those who cast
opprobrious epithets at him and
might safely be regarded as a promoter of its interests, Messrs.
Robson und Orr have no object in
throwing obstacles in the way of
the construction of the railway.
They are or were residents of that
oity und their public record shows
that they havo always been promoters of mainland interests, and they
might fairly have expected different
treatment from those whom they
have been trying to serve, If they
have made a mistake it was without
question unintentional,and it seemed
to be tho impression among the
members, from what was stated in
the house, that n resolution restricting tlie employment of Chinese
would be acceptable. The full
effect of the resolution did not
stem to be apprehended, and will bo
put right when the house meets.
This may be annoying, but the intention is what tho house ought to
bo judged by. The demonstration
by the New Westminster people
against the three members and tbo
epithets applied to thom were
neither gentlemanly, generous, nor
just,— Vancouver Iferalil.
The British Parliament.
No traveler or tourist from abroad
ean be said to have soon America who
failed to visit Niagara and Chicago;
and no stranger from this sido of llm
Atlantic leaves London without seeing
the now Palaco uf Westminster. Iu a
certain sense, it i. mure to Groat Britain than tho Capitol at Washington is
to the United Slates, with its vast
heritage of traditiona and precedents
and institutes and modem struggles.
And just now, with tho mighty combat
of tho parliamentary generals ef liri-
tsin going on, it luu become a placo of
tho deepest present interest, tho centre
of European political attraction, to the
civilized world. . . *,*?,
J The Palace of WestoliutiMs better
known as the houses of parliament. It
is a magnificent gothie strMtura, that
covers eniht acres of ground, and i.
erected on the site of the old houses of
parliament, destroyed by fire in 1834.
The; river frontage, some WO feet in
extent, is railed upon a terrace of
Aberdeen granite, ornamented s with
etatuea and shields, and presenting a
very richly-adorned appearance. At
the north-east corner of the great edifice, which cost about £3,«0,000, is
tho clock-tower, 920 feet In height, re.
sembling the otock-tower at Brugoa.
It may here be remarked that there is
scarcely any considerable building in
Europe of' a' publio: sort that has not
its cluck or bell-tower, from the Stras-
burgCathedral to the arcades df Berne.
Above the dome, over the central liali
a spire, 300 feet high, rites, and the
Victoria tower, 340 feet, nrmSunts
the royal entrance at the southwest
oornor. The central hall separates the
house of poors, whieh with the royal
rooms, occupies the western portion of
the .building, from the house of commons, whioh occupies the eastern pari
The great structure contains 1,100
apartments, 100 staircases, and tome-
thing like two miles of corridors.
The house of lords is 100 feet long
and 45 feet wide by 45 feet in height.
It is one of the most gorgeous legislative halts in the world. The house of
commons, which is the same width and
height, is 70 feet long. Thit assembly-
chamber is less gaudily decorated, but
still considered a magnificent hall.
To Americans who view this hall for
the first time, the impression is one of
disappointment. It is wanting in those
features that go to make up a great
legislative chamber in the United
States. Let it be remembered, that,
while there 670 members of parliament,
seats are provided for but 476. Such
an arrangemeut could scarcely be conceived in the house of. representatives
at Washington, where every member
of congress has his particular desk and
chair, whioh are hit, whether he ia
present or absent. Thit want of accommodations for nearly one-third of
the entire body will explain what the
cablegrams mean when they mention
tho ruah that was made by members of
parliament for seats in the house of
commons.
The speaker of the house hat hit
scat nt the north .end of the apartment. The benches to the right of
tho speaker are the recognized seats of
the government party, the ministers
occupying the front bench. On the
left are tho members of the opposition,
the leaders occupying the front bench,
corresponding with the ministry on the
other side. The clerk's tablo is in
trniit of the speaker's table, and the
reporter's gallery is above and behind
tho presiding officer. There are alao
seats for the diplomatic corps, a speak-
er's gallery, a peers' gallery, and s
strangers' gallery, all these' galleries
extending along the aides and ends.
The acoustic properties of this legislative .hall are.very indifferent; Iho
original ceiling was much higher thau
the present one, but as Ihe proportions
for hearing were vory bad, an alteration to tho present height was made,
and the result was no improvement.
It'may* be of interest to mention
how entrance is obtained into these
historic halls. The. house of lords may
bo visited on Wednesdays and Saturdays by tioket, whioh can be procured
from the lord ohamberlain. To hear
debates in thia house, however, it is
necessary to have Jan.order from a
"noble lord," or the visitor must use
hia ingenuity and an emphatic coin
upon the representatives of monarchy
who guard thii entrances. To enjoy
the privilege of the house of commons
an order from a member ul parliament
is necessary. Tho sessions of congress
are unusual when held at night, as
Washinuton society; elaims its states-
work is done there in dsy time, and at
men after the nation's affairs have been
disposed of. But in parliament the
tessiont are in the evening, the speaker usually taking bia teat at 4 o'cloek.
Thore ia, ordinarily, between 7, tnd Q
o'olock, •am eiodoa of the- members,
then, they return, and the stasion lasts
as long as the business and interest.
The most notable tessions of recent
years are still fresh iu the public mind,
but they may be briefly recalled. It
will be remembered that there wu a
struggle in the summer of 1877. It
wu during that conflict thtt Parnell,
Biggar, O'Donnell, Power, Gray, Kirk,
and Nolan, all Irish members, held
the Iiouse from 3:45 p, m. July 2 to
7:15 a. m. July 3, and from 4 p. m.
Jnly 31 to 6:10 p. m. Aug. 1. Again
in 1880 there wu a long session, Aug.
26-27, the commons titling continuously for twenty-one houn, devoted
to the Irish question. A third fsmous
session wu held in 1881. wheu the
commons liad under consideration the
Irish protection bill, and whin the sitting luted from 4 p. m. Jan..88 to 2
p. m. Jan if}.—Chicago Inter-Ocean.
— rjj j
The Children's Lent.
Several children the other day were
discussing the pioper way of keeping
Lent, and their different ideu were
typical, perhaps, of those entertained
on the subjeot by their elders. Ons
little girl uid that ahe liked Lent because at her house they only had meat
twice a week, and on other days', oysters, and aalmon, "and all sorts of
good things"; besides, there were alwaya moro pudding* in Lent than at
any'other time. Another child uid
that her mother regarded Lent u t
time of aelfdonial, and that for her
part she wanted to have an offering for
Euter day. So she had given up butter and sweets, only taking thom on
Sundays, and the money thua aavud
wu put into a box io bo opened at
Euter for the poor. Still anothor, in
addition to various self-denials, had resolved to du snmo especially useful
thing each day, so that there would be
something gained morally during the
season.
j —. ,— 1      — —- J* i
Pasteur discovered thtt when milk
was heated for a short time at 172'
and then suddenly cooled, it kept
aweet much longer than the unhealed
milk. Dr. J. Van Oeune finds tbat
this treatment disables and destroys
most of tht Inwar organisms in the
milk, so that they are only able to
revlvo when the conditions ot temperature are extremely favorable.
T-V HeLBAS, n. D.
b-ks. and Resilience:—Occident Hotel,
Jaaoto New Westminster, 3. C.
TOHaT a ARROW, H. O.
PHYSICIAN AND HUHGKON.
Orrioi—Next EIsou's Tailor Shop, Cor.
Church and Columbia Sis. no2*to
IT v. COOPER, B. A.,M.D,,
'    PHYSICIAN 4 SURGEON.
OFFICE anil RESIDKNCE-Cliuroll SI.
fnext door to Farmers1 Home), near
Columbia St,, New Westminster, B.O.
OFFIOE HOUIIS-8 to 10 a. in.; I to9and
fl.JJ0to8p.ni. Calls In town anil country promptly attended Ui. fe2to
T-VH. R. B. CLARK,
tJ (Late of Han Francisco)
I'" SPECIALIST, tor the enre of Nervous
and chronic Dlaeaaes, 1. now permanently
located In VICTORIA — Ofllce, Government atreet, over Victoria House.
 r ltrahSm
MISSES. MCELROY 4 KITS! HENRY
wish lo Inform tho Ladles of New
WoHttninstor thnt lhey liave opened a
nress-Haking Establishment
-AT-
TBAPP IIIIO'H STORK, COLUMBIA ST.
Where they will bo prepared lo execute
any ordors cntrusled to them in tlio latest
sty lea mul with all possible despulch.
New Westminstor, Oot. 6th, 1885.   oc7te
m r. hvinic,
DENTAL SURGEON,
AH dental operations   skilfully performed. .All work guaranteed.
Offlce at the Colonial Hotel.       deJBte
C."*
. BROWN,
DENTIST.
. Omos-Over D. S. Curll. ts Co.', Drug
Stow, Columbia St., New Westminster.
Hou™-" tola; 1:30 tn 7.
Will visit Chilliwhack thermit Monday
and two following dnys In eaoh month.
T.eth painlessly extracted.    aul2
QOIBQULD, MrtOIX J, ATKINSOU,
BARRISTERS,
SOLICITORS, ETC.
Offlee, Itckensle Slreet, New Westminster,
and Granville, B. C. delete
•OT   NORMAN BOLE,
BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
LandAgent. Money to Loan.
Columbia Street,
selte New Westminster, RO.
k    R. HOWSE,
A. Formerly Howse, Hill A Rlckman,
begs to announce that ha will resume business as
Baurrejrer, leal Batata Brak.r aad
Caaveyaaeer
On and after tbe 21.1 linlant,  offlce, New
Caledonia Hotel, Hurray St., Port Moody.
aelSte
1 LBERT 1, HILL, K. A.
CIVIL ENGINEER,
Iiaxd Suavaroa, Duiraitmiux, te.,
C.l.alal It-el, Xew West.. B. &
Maps and Drawings of all kinds, surveying in all its brunches. Mining Re-
portsundSuperintendence. Irrigotionand
Drainage. delstf
m  J. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Oolumbia Street New Westmlnsler
Ait commissions wiil receive prompt
and careful attention. Beat references
given when required. iiililJMc
J. O. HUGHES,
Real  Estate  Broker, Anctloneer,
Conveyancing, etc.
Opposite Poit Office,    New "Westminster.
"Will shortly open an nfllco tit Vancouver, Conl Harbor.
Correspond encc solicited, noffltc
W. D. FERRIS,
UHI, BOUSE ud SQUEAL M
Bent and Debt Collector.
SKYKRAL GOOD FABMS FOB BALK,
Ateal ler Ike TJa-.VF.Ler* urB aad
 n .uiHBAIMJB 0	
Barll.nl.  Cm.
ACUBUfT Hiatal AMICOMFAMV,
Or-riCKl-Ferrls Strict, New Westmlnsler. folic
LAND SURVEYORS,
Real Rotate, Insurance and
Commission Agents.
nn, un, accidht a num- msihmwe
COLUMBIA STREET,
Telephone S3.        SEW WUTmsaTU.
delMo
RAND BROS.
nBAL ESTATE BROKERS,
Caaveyaaeera, Collector.,
tut* laaaraacc Agent.,
OBees al VICTORIA: Port Slreel,
NEW WESTMINSTER: Coium-
Ilia St., opposite Post OOlce.
VANCOUVER.neitdoortoSun-
nyslilp Hotel.
RUII.llINCII.OTH for sale In all sections
of Vancouver and New Weslml nslcr City.
SPARM LANDS ol superior ouallty at
bllllwhack, I'ort Hammond, '.angler,
rataqul.Hiimas, Mud Hay, Ladner's I .milling, Lulu Island, Nortii Arm A Pitt River.
Map. and Plnn. exhibited and tlio fullest Informntion furnIshed at all nummcrs
'     ' (oWe
n. n. rrrf."
PITT & CO.,
Real Estate, Mining
AND MONEY BROKERS,
-AKD--
General Commission Ag'ts
VANCOUVER, B. C.
WANS NEGOTIATED.
Notioe to tho Publio.
TAMEH'MOimiSON who Iin* boen for
if tltti-en yprn-H enimi*ed In the f!liy of
New Westminster ns Conveynneer, Und
and General Atront, AurtUmoor nnd Collector of Konts, Oe.hts, Ac, has removal to
Vancouver City. Hohiw had ronitMi-nOilp
practice n the County and 1-ollco Court*;
und ns Ills chat-Res wero niw
he hopes fora ront! mi mice
und nn his cliamcs wero MwaTs modernte
   " of'   "'■
  „,..0 ovt
■tore, Vancouver City.
...... -  mil-tit* poii-
fldenco.   His ofllee-t nre over Mr. Wilson's
Vancouver Clly, <lli Murcli, 1H«.
mhdlo
DRESS-MAKING.
Misses McDOUGALL
Will open a Fashionable Dress-mulcing
Establishment on
MONDAY, the I Ith INSTANT,
One Door below A. H. Herring's
Droit- store.
A share of publio patronage is respectfully solicited.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
,    JaUto
L. WILLIE
Front St., New Westminster,
MANUFACTURER OP
BISCUITS
AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES A PROVISIONS
WEST END
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WMARK STKEKT • VIOTORIA.
-A-aJEJN-TS   JB-OJK
North Britisli ana Mercantile
Insurance Co. Tor Mainland.
.     H.C. BEETON & CO.,
36 Flnsbury Circus,
London, K. C.
J.A.CAWLEY&CO.
HAVING PURCHASED THE
Shingle Mill .„,
Pump Factory
At POPCUM, ure prepared to ciccute all
Orders promptly and lo the satisfaction
of their customers.
All Iliads or TlKMNli done I. order.
J. A. CAWLEY 4 CO.
Wo POPCUM, 11. C.
Sunnyside Hotel,
GKANVILLE, B. 0.
R. HKHLOW,
FROPBIKTOK.
,#to gale w fto $ttl
BOILER FOR SAI
A TUBULAR BOILED, 8x1, NEA
new. Apply at the Foundry.
mhJlllc ROBERT Ljl
TOJUET.
FURNISHED ROOMS WITHIN I
minutes walk ol the post onk-e,
For particulars apply at
1'mhlm THIS OFFH
Merchant's Exchange
A.BOSSHARDT,
riOIlMKHLY OK O'HAGAN & B08S-
1? liar-It, has flslabltshetl lilnmcl* In the
bSV.?PB nfXt ih* I'oiiBeH -t'taRnibem. In
■wfdlllo'i to Mf-rcliiint Tailoring lio wishes
Indies and ■■pntioiiien to inke nqtlca of tlm
oppftrtunfty of getting their
Garments Dyed any Color,
A. Bo-eslnutlt lm-- hnd large e-tperleuce
In French Dyeing,
In WOOLENS, SILKS and FEATHERS,
and giinmteos colors to lie periimncnt.
mhmtc
WALSH
ie Model Tailor
Colombia St., New Westminster.
Plain and Fancy
|   illi-lO)    1100,
And Confectionery nl ways on hnnd.
Delivered o any purt of the Oity.
■'iCMIdT.Tr BROS.,   Coiumbin Street,
 Jc2Mo
H. KRLLxS,
Manufacturer A Importer of
BOOTS an*,
_SHOES
ladle.', Ceal.',  nls.es- and Children's
Bonis, Muir. aad (alien
Mode to Ordor and Kept on Hnnd.
COLUMBIA STRKT, ~-_ OPP. MACK HALt
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B.C.
-'■ '  ■   '    'mli'to
FURNITURE
W. PROTHERO & CO.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
ALI. KINDS OF FURNITURE.
REMOVED
**-To shop lately occupied by Mr. Darcy,
Columblastreet-.
Call and examine our stoek nnd prices
before btiylnp. We can't he 1 *U Ml HOLD
lit tht city. Repairing of nil kind! trnatlv
done. W. PROTHEKO A CO.
ieieto
HAVING JUST RECEIVED OUU NEW
Sprlitg Stock, wo Invite inspection of
the finest selection of
Kn-elhh, nteleh, German, French,
and American
B&SUITINGSI
Ever shown in New Westminster. We
have secured the services of Mil, HUGH
O'HAGAN,u practical Cuttorwhohns had
long experience In London, Paris, and the
lending eastern cities, and for n GOOD FIT
and artistic style we defy competition,
mhMtc THOS. WALSH.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE CGMP'Y.
I Old Broad St. ud 16 Pai.l Mali.,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.,
FOB mSURDfO HOUSES * OTHER
Dnilrling., Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming St-jok,
Shipe in Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of nich Vessels; alio, Ships built!
ins and repairing, Barges and otlicr Ve-
sels ou navigable rivors and canals, .and
Gooda on board auch Vessels, tliroogliout
Great Britain and Ireland an.) in Foreign
Countries,
FROn LOSS OR DUAOK BT HKK,
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
-61,600,000 STG.
.Rates of Premium and every informa-
tion can be obtained on application to
W. J. AKMSTBOM,
Agent for New Westminster.
No Moderation!
No Botheration!
KIMBLE,
trulhoiuslluk
HURRAH
Ft THE IB!
PARTIES EN ROUTE FOR
GRANITE  CREEK
SHOULD LOOK AT THE
tTRetall Price List or Goods
-AT-
HOPE,
BEFORE PURCHASINO IN VICTORIA.
BACON 15 to 18 cts per Ib
BEANS „ 6 ots per III
SUOAR 9 to 12 ota. per lb
FLOUR per suck , $1.75
STRAP PICKS eaeh UW
WASHOE PICKS v/lth hundlo UM
AXES •l.ra to 11.75 each
SHOVELS H.J5 to 11.50 each
PRESSED OOLD PANS $1.00 each
Other Ooods rrl lire same LOW RATES
always on lirinil.
Jliiili2in • JAMES WARDLE.
■SyaTcity^
MERCHANTS SQUARE,
Columbia St.,    New Weitaninster.
THE RESTAURANT AND BLEEPING
apartments are under tlie management of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rem, whose
lonr experience is a sufficient iiiarniitee
to the public.
Board and lodging by the day, $1.00; by
the week, to. Single meals, 25 eta. Heals
at all reasonable noun.
The house iswell flttc-dupimU veryenm-
fortable. aarNo Chinese employed.
 mhUOle
COME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLOEN.
HAVING TAKEN POSSESSION OF
the "Temperance House," fronting
on Columbia ami church Streets, opposite
the.Episcopal Church, and now known
a. the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will acoonimotiate the traveling piiblln
at the following rnlei: .
Board per day tj oo
" ,   "   week  6 00
Thoroughbred Pi|
A PURE BERKSHIRE BOAR fpr
wolghsioolbsr fs2yenrsold. ■
Apply to   SHARPE * PAINE,
mhl7lc Lulu Jslar
House to Rent.
COMFOHTABLE DWEI-LlNa, Que
Avenue; eonlulnn 7 rooiiiB, with
liousos, Ac. Apply on (he preinlt-m.
nihme     MRS. WAUItKN I'kHKC
Oxen for Sale.
A YOKE OF LAROE OXEN, WOU
muke gootl leaders for a lugging tei
Apply lo        JAMES BANQI
New Westmlnsler, Nov, 12,1805.
  ilulltcJ
FOR   SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN iheTJA*
ley Saw and Planing Mill: mill
good order. Forportlciilarsiippfvon 1
prouilBe. lo H. WESI
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JACKSON,
«Pl8'e it HELMOKEN, Victor
Shares for Sale.
-AQootl accommodation for adieu and
familiea. myOte
New Stock ol
FURNITURE
ITAVINO MOVED INTO MORE (OM-
IX modloim quarter** and added a full
trno of
CROCKERY
lam preparedlaf(irulfd.holeUand Iioubo*
keeuera with complete ouiiii.** on ihort
notice,
mhlTic V. Vf, HART.
WEBB'S
Everybody says they
are poor, but I have
•ajown rich by keeping the best articles
in my line, and not
having two prices but
treating all alike.
■' V«r* SmII hottl >■< «ilck
Kf turns," In my motto.
GUNS,
Rilles,  Revolver i, Ammunition, Railing
Tnokle, and ol. other sporting goods,
A full line of
BAR FIXINGS,
Including Tumblers, Fnnoy Occnnters,
Cards, Dice, Poker Chins; n lnrge
assortment of
OUTLERY.  YANKEE   NOTION8,
And utl other Fancy OnodB.
I'lpeR, Tnlincco nml Olftniu. nnd ntticr
tempeninc" Itliis fmm n needle to nn anchor, too montlun to mnnemint, ull of
wlilcli cnu he limpeetcd nt the
HOLE IN TNE WALL,
Coiumbin Street, New Westminster, H. 0.
npDto
W.R. AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
General Merchandise!
A large Assortment of
DRY QOODS
-AND-
GROCERIES
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Kay and Feed.
WHOLESALE AND KETAM..
WMI) A\U Hill. l»:m KKKh TO
AMI l-AKT VI' TOE < ITI.
Wenintwf>)"tUKesdttlty,execj)tSunilnyi,
to I'ort Moody, onrrylni* H.M.S. nml Is,
As no liquor or tobacco Is used wccnu by
tempeinlc hnblls uml careful  economy
serve the public ut e«p<'elally tow minu,
tf.-Wie
impobtanTnoticT"
'f« Mr
1 IIAVEJIJSTHECEIVBIIA LAIIOK
ASSOIITMENT OK
Buns and Rifles I
Ot livery DMCrlplloa,
Wliero any one can cliooso wlial lie re
quires at I'llll-KN WHICH TIIKY HAVE
NEVER UHr-OllE BEEN OFFERED AT.
II will par la took al Ilea, lief.re b«>.
I»g cbrwkcre.
A FULL STOOK OF
AMMUNITION
I if Ilie beat qual Ily, a. law a. II can
ponlbly be soltl.
Tobacco.
Clffars, Pipes,
AND
General Merchandise
HiRhosttfUh price paid for all kinds
or nm*.
A. GUTMANN,
•flc Oppntle r.lMlel R.trl.
COMPANY, LIMITED,
Richard  Street,
M WmWU, I C„
MANUFACTUREKS AND DEAUKES
IN ALL KINDS OF
ROUGH AND DRESSED
LMSER
Shingles,
Shakes,
Laths,
Pickets,
mm boxes,
Net Floats, Trays
TEMPERANCE
RESTAURANT
Cor. -Mary and Columbia Sts.
MIS8 KUMEIiY HAS OPENED A
tlMl-clasB Boarding House uml Restaurant In the premises formerly occupied
by Mr. W. H. Keary.
Boarders taken by the day or week, and
patrons of the house secure all the comforts of a home.
Meals served ot all reasonable hours.
Hot coffee and light refreshments. Free
reading room attached. Miss Rumen*
personally superintends the oooking-
TERMS MODERATE.
 mh!7tc
TECE3
HASTINGS, B. I.
THIS FINK AND COMMODIOUS
new Hotel haa been recently com*
pleUd and is furnished with every convenience for the comfort of guests. The
situation and accommodations are unsurpassed on Burrard Inlet, which has become the moat fashionable
WATERING PLACE
in British Colnmbia The prospect is
charming, tlie sea breeies are invigorating, and tho facilities for bathing and
boating are excellent. Private Sitting
and Dining Rooms. Suites of apartments for families or parties. The Bar
is entirely detatched froni the main
building.
First-class stabling and feed for Hon*
es. Busses to and fiom New Westminster twice a day.
jySSto
GEO.
BLACK,
Proprietor.
AM) ALL KINDS OF
Wood Furnishing for
Canneries,
Doors,
Windows*
Blind:*.
Frames,
Mouldings.
Brackets.
Railings,
Ba I asters.
Newels,
FUln * Fine; t all Xlndi *f
TURNED    WORK.
(irlttl)
ForSale!
To Farmers, liftmen and
Ponlto^Jtargl
"RICE MEAL," for fattening Btock
of all kinds.
"CllIT KieE," invaluable to Poul-
try Baisera.
r.J0in9]    VIOTOHM DICE Mill, iTOH IT.
"THE BrtUNKTtE 8AW BILL, (mro,
A. by Dciiock, Ilroj. i to,) liavlng bei
formed Into a Joint stock company, a Hi
ltcil number or sbares are for aaio. Fi
partlfliuaia on applicnllon nt tbe Ooi
puny's ollice, or on wldnsaliw Brunai
Sawmill Co., New Westminster, II. c.
        111I16U!
Farms for Sale
DN NORTH AltM OP KRABKR RlV«l
TheundQri-f-ftictl(jiii;rsforsalc uaitln
ly improved fni*m« ot tiie followim* bIeci
UO acres, 80 iici-ck, 1W acres, anjuci-PK.
For tonus, etc., apply to
■ AVm. H. ROWLING.
teme North Arm.
Business Chance.
IJTOR 8ALB, A GENERAL STORE A'
JP_T one td the Stenmh-jat LninJiiigs 0i
Frnser River, with u larpc and prSwtn
eettlement adjacent, Post Office located a
the store; also, interest in about 60 ur7
.W!.?f- IfiffiL To,a |,e,,son wl,h atom
•1-600 tills Is a (Ine business chance. Pat
tlcttlors ut this office. sulil^
For Sale or To Rent.
TEE UNDEHUIHKEll offers a Farm foi
(or sale or rent. Also, Mllcli Cowi
andyounit Cattle, Hogs, anil a to, yooni
Horses. Tliere ure several palm of aood
ateors that would mako eicolienHroftlns
oxen. Also, one ot tlie largest and bes*
Bulla In the province. The slock is all
Tery gentle.
M. NICHOLSON,
mbatc Mount Lehman P.O.
FARM FOR SALE OR LEASE
OW THE WORTH ARM, FRASER fllVER,
CONTAINING S4H ACRES. -» acres of
which are tmd«r cultivation. 200 seres
pralnc, thc bulance timber.
The land Ib situated si* miles from New
west.mfn«t«rai:(t alont the same distance
from Vancouver City.   Will be sold either
in ono or two lols to suit purchasers.
For terms applyto
.   JAMES MILLER,
feme North Arm, Frnser River.
FOR_SALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
3 MILES FROM LADNER'S
Landinc;, on the Trunk Wagon
Road; two other roads running through
the premises.   Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,
dea-tc Ladner's LandinftB.C.
HO IWGRANITE GREEK
The Driard House
IS THE BEST HOUSE TO STOP AT IN
GRANITE CITY,
hied
JIRST-CLA88 ACCOMMODATION, and
ihe Table supplied with everv possl-
e delicacy. The hotel fn under ilie personal mnn i< gem cut of llm well-known
caterer, B. F. Hoyce.   .
BOYCK A CAIRNS,
m.ndlo Proprietors.
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
l urnlshrs all Kinds or Help
Free of Charge.
DUB BUSINESS AM.
DO YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL A
Business, take n partner, etc.
PICKERY A CO,
OFF1CK: Fort Street, botwwn Doullas
and Ilrouglilim, VICTOBIA, K C. P. 0.
box Ol inll!!7
ESTABUSBED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Hurts *t)9-lt* Ike Wl-iUI Hstel,
NEW WESTMINSTER
THK LARORST AND  CHOICEST
uaortni-nt ol «11 d«erlption. of
MEATS AND VE0ETABLES
CouUn'ly on hud, ud supplieil to Full-
UK Uttlurult, ud St*unlK»t« t, tin
LOWSBT POSSIBLK PRICES.
Lansflowne Me!
riKh, Fruit, (fame and Vegetables of all kinds.
SALT V/ATRR FISH, SALT SALMON, SALT 1IK1111IMJ, SALMON
BELLIES, SMOKED SALMON.
FRESH SALMON EVERY DA1T
All pui'clmscs dellvweil In tho Clly free
of charge.
< OLI MBit SIBKIJT,
O|iposite Dickinson', ntitcher Sliop.
 oolUe
Every Man lo his own Bn-iness
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST* DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP   COLONIAL HOTKLI,
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. 0.
Pk-ilelui' Preicrlptlom and Ttrn-
llf iMl-nti a Spedill).
N. B. — Only Genuine Drug, used,
Onr twtntrvMn'experience.    mrSS
J. G. BUNTE,
Importer and Dealer In
Rnt-teFOiTl
Spring, Hair, Wo.l •■< Straw
Maltre.ee. to Order.
Oil Cloths, Matting, Wall Paper,
Bnaketa, Bird caios, Flnwer Pou,
Hanging Husk ota, Pictures,
Frame., Brackets,
nabjr Carriages, ole.
,.n^"Ssr*M ■•"•'••«-«•■•
Undertaking; Embalming i tpiolilty.
PloHscglvcnsaciill before purchasing
elsewhere. J. B. BUNTB,
OPiraslte I*ost Ofjpo, Columblu Stiwt,
nplfic Sew VMtuiMtir,'-*
• i'i 'NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Appointments Prov. Seo.
Table Jno. Robion
'G.P.H. H. Abbott
-Proclamation It.   Dickinson
In Probate.. .6. Douglas. Wm. Teajiue
Hot Buna Kelly Bros.
To Shippers... .Jaa. Wardle and others
A Bylaw.......- R.Dickinson
Notioe to Shippers, H. Saunders
Just What's Wanted... ,G. W. Henry
Scotch Gathering C. & St. A.
Notice.. .St, Clair Blackett and others
Wu f ritiah Columbian.
Wediesdny Morning, April 91. 1W8.
Tn the county of Renfrew, Ont.,
the Scott act cttme iuto operation on
May 1st, 1885. Statistics seem to
indicate that the results of its uppli
cation havo been most satisfactory.
The register of tlie county gaol
sbows 108 commitments during 8
months beginning with May 1st,
1884, under the license system, of
which 14 were for assault and 22
drunk ami disorderly. For a corresponding period under the prohibitory law there were 67 commitments, of which 2 were for assault
and 2 drunk and disorderly. Thii
is a very encouraging exhibit, but
the returns of convictions through
out the county in the magistrates'
courts aro still more gratifying,
During 8 months under license thuy
were 220, and only 107 under the
Scott act. Of the former 89 were
for assault and drunkenness, against
only 21 for similar offences under
prohibition. If the Scott act worked
as -well as this in all counties, the
adoption of it everywhere would be
a matter of easy accomplishment*.
"Mr. Davie has overreached himself and become security for the
payment of 81,000 on condition
that the company be permitted to
employ Ohinese. Of such stuff is
a blatant demagogue made." This
is from the Victoria Times, and
relates to Mr. Theo Davie's subscription of 81,000 towards the
guarantee fund for the construction
of our branch railway. The last
sentence aptly describes the editor
who penned the utterance. Thero
was danger that the construction of
the branch might be postponed to
the serious injury of this city., In
this emergency enterprising citizens
came forward with subscriptions to
prevent so unfortunate ii result,
Mr.'^^ie waS present aiitl generously added $1,000 to tiie list. Thc
act was one of pure generosity, but
the Times, like a political demagogue, seizes upon the circumstance
to turn the minds of Mr. Davie's
anti-Chinese constituents in Victoria against him! Shame upon
the journalist who would stoop to
an act so utterly contemptible;
iitu
A Singular
What in the world has happened
to our representative  at Ottawa!
While   Mr.  Shakespeare and Mr.
Gordon havo been asking questions
about the railway lands and urging
the  govemment   to   facilitate the
granting of patents to actual settlers, Mr,  Homer seems to have
become singularly indifferent to the
circumstances.     On  the 5th inst.
the' government's   attention   was
again called to the land grievance
by Mr. Shakespeare, who moved for
all correspondence "respecting the
fulfilment of agreement on the part
of the Dominion government in the
matter of opening up the lands in
Uritish Columbia for settlement
and referred to thc vexatious delays
which have taken place.   Hon, Mr.
Whito replied to the interrogation,
excusing tlie delays and intimating
that steps were now being taken to
open a land office at New Westminster, aud that he hoped himself to
visit this province during the sui
mer!   Mr. Homer (reported by the
Ottawa   Citizen)   then   said  that
"these delays had, perhaps, beon a
benefit to British Columbia, as but
for them the lands might now lie in
the hands of   speculators.    There
might be land grievances there, but
we would like to know of a country
where there   were   no grievances.
He had no doubt that under the
energetic management of the minister of the i&terior any grievances
Which might exist would be speedily
removed."   Such a speech from tho
representative of this district is under the circumstances quite incomprehensible.    For years the complaint hat gone up from the settlers
of this district that they could get
no  title  to their lands, aud it is
known that the delays in adjusting
this maiterlitvt) been the; means of
keeping away  and  sending away
hundreds of intending settlers. Tioje
and again tho provinoial government
-bii lent forward protests against
these delays, pointing out the injury
done to the country, in consequence
of them.    At public meetings in
this oity and throughout the dis
trict, and at meetings of the tourd
of   trade,  resolutions   have  been
passed to the same effect.   In the
fo-M of all this Mr. Homer rfftrely
asserts that "these delays had, per.
haps, been a benefit to Britiih Co
lumbia," and then proceeds to excuse the government for what it has
neglected to do! Either the speech
of our member has been sadly reported or he has sadly misrepresented his constituency and pTtovince
in tins matter.
Intemperate Journalism.
Not long ago we expressed regret
at the style of journalism lately resorted to by the Victoria Times,
Tlie oocasion was when our cotemporary made use of some most un-
gentlemsnly and unjustifiable expressions towards political opponents. We are afraid the criticism
was thrown away. The Times seems
to break out all over once in a while
with something that makes it blind
to the fact that every person is not
a political firebug bent upon blackening the reputation of any one
who holds contrary views. On the
9th of February, iu the legislature,
Mr. Martin asked the provinoial
secretary if "any refurnB had been
made to the government of fees,
forfeitures, or penalties imposed by
Messrs. Todd and Johnston, or
either of thein, assuming to act as
commissioners of police in British
Columbia." To this question the
provincial secretary answered:
" .**■'* suck return has been received from
Mr. Todd. A return lifts been received
from Mr. Johnston covering the period
between the let April, 1885, and the 31st
July, 1SS5, allowing the nature of the
coses tried before him as commiBRiouci-
of police, the nnmes of the persons tried,
the penalty imposed, and the place where
tried,"
When this question and answer
were made public Mr, Todd wrote
to Mr. Martin to say that the answer given by the provincial secretary was likely to convey a wrong
impression, for,' although he had
made no returns to Viotoria he
made them to. the government agent
at Kamloops, the amount being!
about $700. The Times makes this
the pretext for a very coarso .md
altogether unjustifiable attack upon
the provincial secretary in such epi
thets as "pious fraud," "canting
hypocrite," etc., are freely applied.
Now, in his letter to Mr. Martin,
Mr. Todd says explicUy, ''It is true
1 seut no returns to,the provincial
icretary, because my returns were
made to tbe government agent at
Kamloops;'' It is plain from this
that the ..provincial sebretary's .answer ' to Mr. Martin was perfectly
correct and there is not a shadow uf
evidence that it vitas intended to
mislead. Oii thc 19th March Mr.
Martin asked a surabwliat similar
juestion from the attorney-general,
and in as fur as thc point at issue is
loncerned the attorney-general's an
swer was the same. He said Mr.
Todd had made no returns, although
Messrs. Johnston nnd Street had,
but none of the amounts had been
received at the provincial treasury.
The answer of the attorney-general,
therefore, confirms the correctness
of the oue given by the prvincial
secretary, and leaves the 7rimes
open to the charge of having per
verted the facts for the purpose of
making a most unseemly attack
upon a political opponent The
Times has not presented 'one particle
of evidence for- its suspicion, und
we are quite sure it can find no defence for its disgraceful-conduct.
declared that the syndicate would
not, listen to any such condition the
council wisely concluded that it
wouUl'ibe better to accept a railway
built by* Ohiueso than run the risk
of getting,uo railway at all. If
Mr.' Orr hud'" produced tbe correspondence with the council when the
matter came up for discussion in
the house, no one could accuse him
of going beyond the facts.    But if
ley
the Colonist man will refresh his
memory by turning to his editorial
of the llth inst. he will find that
he represented Mr. Orr as making
n statement whicli the correspondence did not in any sense warrant.
Speaking-of what took place when
Mr. Beaven's Ohinese resolution
came up, the Colonist says: "Mr.
Orr recited the circumstances above
stated and informed the house that
the New Westminster corporation
hnd saddled their bonus with the
condition that no Chineso labor
should be employed on tho work."
It was upon this statement that we
condemned Mr. Orr, because he had
no authority to make it. Tho council did not saddle the city bonus
with a clause excluding Chinese,
and if Mr. Orr said it did he said
what wns not true—and his statement seems to liavo been one of the
chief causes df all the mischief that
followed. The Colonists own columns, therefore, furnish evidence of
its dishonesty in attempting to fasten the responsibility of thc railway trouble, on the city-council.
.  A full Uno of Canadian Hymnals just
received at T. R. PearsohkCo.'s ocl7t«
Scotch Gathering.
rnHK TKiun axntat. uatiifrino
i. and Suprts pt the .Caledonian n"*l St,
Andrew's Sort el v will hi'hold In this City
on Iho FIRST DAY OF JULY, next.
21np2m im	
Notice to Shippers!
W+l
T-VON'T FORGET TO CALL AT THE
West End Bakery & Grocery.
KELLY BROS, will lmvo a good supply
on IihiuI.
AH orders prQiuplly uttciule-l lo.      It
A BY-LAW
To Amend Ibe KrvciuK* By-Law, IKti-'E,
BE IT ENACTED BY THE MATOK
nnd Council of tho Corporation ot the
City of New Westminster ns follows:
1. Thc tenth elnuse or section of tlio
Schedule to the said Revenue By-Law,
1883,1s hcrobv aim-ndf-d Ity striking out
the ligurcK ilium HhtpIh unil Inserting thc
figures $25.00 In Hon thereof,
2. This By-Law may lie cited as The
Hawkers and l'odlors License By-lnw, I8W.
By-law read the third time nnd finally
passed the Municipal Council the twelfth
day of April, A. D. lBStt.
ReconsIdorod nud ndoplod nnd the seal
of tlm Corporation appended hereto'thin
nlnotoanth day of April, A. D. lHSfl.
.^»^. R. DICKINSON,
■ L.H. - Mayor,
ly—A-   A. J, ALPORT, C.M.C.
2Iapgt 	
Canadian Pacific Railway,
WHARF AT VANCOUVER CITY.
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED U*
to 110011,011
H.ITI BDAV, N.1V 1st,
Hill
Driving Piles for Wharf In Coal
Harhor.
Specifications can hoscen nt tho General
SiiptTiutemlciit-i- olliee. Vancouver, or at
the Hnt-im-cr'8 Ofllce, Hastings, nilor Frl-
ilny, 2'ti-il Inst.
Tho lowest or any tonder not necessarily
iii'ivpti'd.   . .
II. ABBOTT;
General Superintendent.
Vancouver, B.C., April 2l)th, 1880.
ap'Jltd	
A Fnnny Conclusion.
If our cotemporary^^. the Victoria Colonist had a niefjiory tis long
as his ears seem to be Hd wbuld not
so often make himself ridiculous.
Not long ago wo liad occasion to iind
fault with liim for misrepresent in-
facts in connection with the branch
railway difficulty, and now he
repeating tlie offence in an aggravated form, lu his issue of Saturday he says that Tiie Columbian
inadu a "lame eflbrb" to relieve the
city council from responsibility for
the muddle, but "Mr. Orr thorough
ly confounds The Columbian by
producing the following correspondence." The correspond unce consists of a letter frpm Mr. Orr to
the council dated Ducembcr last in
which he says:
Permit ine to call yuur attention to
the fact that no provision hu been made
hy the provincial government to prevent
the employment of Chinese on the New
Westminster branch of the C. P. It,
and to request you on helialf of the
white laborers, in the province to in.ik
Rome provision' in your agreement with
the contrac torn for the above work to
preclude the employment of Chill
labor in its construction.
. Ih reply to tins' communication
the city clerk forwarded to .Mr. Oi
a resolution of council us follows:
That Mr, Orr lie Informed with retipect
to liin communication rujipcutiug the exclusion of Chinese troui work on the
branch railway that every precaution
will ho taken by the council to aocom
pllsh that object.
This is the whole com-spondmice,
and from it the Colonist rushes to
tho following conclusion: "It would
be useless to pursue the controversy
further. The city council stands
convicted." The city council stands
convicted simply of' promising to
take every precaution to secure the
exclusion of Ohinese from this Work,
Tho* prom-ist*'H fulfilled when* it
laid the matter before Mr. Abbott.
Uut when Mr. Ablwtt emphatically
LL rUICIGHT FOR  AND CONS1GN-
nl lo ihe nnueralgned for Hope from
A
nils-._   ...
the 'Ti'iisrjr.'
nn21
J.W. WIKTII,
JAMES OATtMGAN.
IsTOTICE.
Dissolution of Partnership,
l-afn-r ix'iwu-m St. Clair Blanket!1, and
Ttoht. tl. Qlhson, doing business inLnng-
l--v under Ihe lln une ot Wnel;ett A
Oilison, lias IblH day 1-iH'ii dissolved by
uliii.l i
of Pr
tllrtt
Pllld
Mr. OHiHoit rctlHii-j
Wlille.
will be c-mliuw*'! undi'i-
: Hl:i--li-*ll A While, win
I.M'|:iO>-'f Mm- h'l-- llm..
i|,-b's'hir (hem must lie
HT. CLAIR BLACKETT,
It. ft*. GIBSON,
VIWA). ii. WHITE.
_ Melv«ii|WltiioB8.
MiiiBley, B. C, April Iiiih, ISKtl,    lUitpft
In Uie Supreme Court of British Cslumbia
IN I'ilOIUTE,
in llm cj.inrls ur i.;niaiiii mu.nun.
iluurMiii.il. |
NOTICK IS  lll'UKUY GIVEN THAT
.nil.
"A LONG
FELT
WANT"
Is about to be
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
mHE STEAMER
"SARDONYX,"
Will sail fmm Sinn Pram-1 seo,'
Monday, April 26th,
parrying Prolslil rrnrl I'assoiurers fnr
VIOTORIA,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
And NANAIMO.
Knr Hntirs of Kreltilit njiply to tlm olllc.
of E. IJItilW llAKEIt,
Or 11. SAl'NIrERS,
Or   I. IHITTK,
.TaiCiillfonilu SI' Snn Friinulsi'o.
21nplw
PROCLAMATION.
nji-soiis liiilt-lilcd totluib*4t>iHiuh-
"   "ormcrly of ""' ' *--'■■
3iilmliiEt(-r, i.
tho firm of Dmi-tlus A DM<-liton, of which
imi L-elglitoui"formerly of Vale! iind the
City of Now Westminster, deceased, or lo
the said deer-awed was n -inrtner, are re*
■•iieNled to nay the amount of tlieir IndeM-
edness to the undersigned forthwith, nnd
all persons hnving any elalm n-ialnsl the
cslate of K-.it-l deeoiiNOd or aj-nln^t said
(inn are. requested to furnish particular.*-
thereof, lluly verified, within one month
from this date.
Haled-.llth April, 1880.
BENJAMIN DOUGLAS,
Or WILLIAM TBAGUB,
ap2lm
.M   TJSAUUJS.
New Westminster,
Executors of the above Estate.
JUST WHATS_WAM),
A Nursery at Port Hammond.
UPON LEARNING THE GUEAT FA-
ollltloa In this Province for tho growing of nonrly all kinds of Fruit, ntid sinco
mv iin-Ivnl here from Ontario, whore
fruit-growing has now attained lo such
perfection, I nt once saw the necessliy tor
hnving niiursei-y locat-t'd here, whero the
pi'opln could depend on ci.-t.lnf*- j-ootl,
thriftv, well-formed trees ns would he
suitable fororclumls in such u fruit-grow*
Iii)- country as this I.s destined to be, Instead of depending for their productions
on such a class of trees ns imve been
brought In hereof late.
Having hnd a thorough experience In
the Nursery business In Ontario, nnd lhe
shlppliii! of apples to dlll'erent parts of this
continent and Ureal Britain, I feel perfect
conlldenee In saying Hint 1 will be able lo
supply the people with sueh trees and
varieties of fruit ns wilt yield them greatest protll. I therefore have ohtnlneo from
W.J. Harris In Iho mnnlclpiilltyof Mnple
RldgO, near Port Hammond, tx piece of
land especial ly adapted to the growing of
thrlflv trees and Uie forming of llbrouH
roots so issi-nllal In young trees for trims-
planting. I am now preparing the soil
for tho recent lon of my young trees, mots,
etc., this fall. 1 have to return loOnlnrlo
In about I wo months l-'-iUTiuigeiiiy utrail's
for coming nut here. Any one who Is pre*
li-ii-liii,'  lo put   out   fruit or  ornamental
lives of any iihul.lf they win communicate With me here, I will give them sueh
Information as lhey may require; and
should thev entrust ine with any orders
for Oils fall or next spring delivery, I will
•ring them together with my own Btock.
iv through car on UieO. I'. rt.,aelassof
soon to see mnny
G, W. HENRY.
aii'Jlin
them
■oiigh
of which I hope
In this country,
portlluiumond P.O.
-Surface Indications
Whnt a miner would very properly torm
;'iit*r-itco(ii<lleiii ions'* of what is beneath,
!i,-o'llio t'lmplos. Sties, Boro Eyes,
l>oi! -, mul Cutnucotm Eruptions will)
wlii-ti i<i'<-')lo urn annoyed in spi-Inc; uud
■ ti-lvsui-.ieiu*. ThiM'ltcic matternccumn-
ln ed (luring lliu winter months, now
jiiiiiios its jitt-sonco felt, through Nature's
i*n'l"av'irfl lo r-Ktiol it from thc system.
\. hilo it reiiiiiius, it Is a poison that feelers
iiulnihlo.nl and mnv develop Into gcrof-
iihv. Ttila condition causes derangement
of Iho iliL'f.-.iivu and nssiinilatory organs.
v.I'li a-fi'i'lhi'^of fiiervatlon, languor, wa
wiiirlncM-oftoa ll«htly spoken of as "only
spring fever." Thoso aro evidences that
Niilm-e Is not able, unaided, to throw off
llic corrupt ufiflnl which weaken the vital
forces. To regain health. Nature must ho
nil led hv a llini-oicrh iilood-purifylng medicine • iiml nothing else is so effective hs
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
which l.t Ptifllclontly powerful to expel
frum the system even tho taint ol HereO."
Itnry Scrofula.
Tho mi'dicul profession Indorse AVEU'I
S.utSAPAitiLLA, in id ninny attestations of
Hie cures eU'eetfdby itcomn from al! parts
of llm world. It Is, In the language of
Iho lion, Fraucli Jowett, ex*8tate Sen-
n!or of JfiiHsncliUsetts ond ex-Mayor of
Lowell, "tho onlv preparation thut does
I'ltlTAHKt) DY
Or. 'j. C. Ayer S_ Co., Lowell, Man.
Sold hy all Druggists: Price |1;
•/rr    "Six bottles for |6,
Fresh Water Terminus,
C. P. R.
WHEREAS THE FIRST SOI) of the
Canadian Pnclflo Railway to Now
Westminster will be turnod ntSp. in.on
Thursilav lhe 'iiml last.. at Sapperton,
all citizens arc requested toobservclhe
afternoon of snid dnv as a holiday from 1
o'clock p. m. of that day In order that the
most Important puhllc event In the history of New Wostmlnstor mijy be duly
celebrated.
I,M
R. DICKINLON.
,.   Mayor.
ap-21
PllOVIM'IAI. SRCRKTAllY'fl OFFICR
12th April, 1886.
HIS HONOR the LioutenanMJovoiiior
has heen pleased to make the following nppomtments:
Churles A. Vernon, Esq., lo bo Private
Seoretnryto His Honour,vtee Captain it.
o. Tatlow, resigned-
Michael Phillips, Esq., of tho Tobacco
Plains, to be n.lust ice of tho Pence for Ihe
Electoral District of Kootenny,       21nlt
Has imported from London, Eng.,
ti large stock.of   .
The Latest 8liapes and Fashion.
Trimmed and Untrimmed
HATS,
Feathers, Flowers,
Wln^B, Aigrettes, Orr.amenU, &c.
-I3V-
i
n
Financial and •
Insurance Agents
New Westminster,.
Vancouver and Victoria.
CW II MIS!
BRITISH COLUMBIANS
Bound East
Wlt.L IN9IIBB
SAFETY, SPEED,
COMFORT A ECONOMY
' ' To all Eastern Points,
BY TAKING THE
CHICA80, MILWAUKEE AND
ST. PAULRAILWAYS,
ROBT. IRVINO,
,   , , Agent O. R. A N. Co,
Omc«-C. P. N. Co's EulWliig, Wluirl HI.
.. i. jjOmtilm
SALE OF VALUABLE
TERMiNAL
Also, ii fjoocl Assortment of
Jerseys,   Capes,
Dolmans,
Jackets,
As 'lite in fashion, cheap and good
'    us to ho iiiul in B. 0.
Ktrr * Co-s X. S. T, '200-yd. tl-cord
Spools, ,10c. per dosen.
We keep n stock of
wools
OF ALL IN
'"' ''-Al.*ift,-
fids' Fnriiiite
MONUMENT
TABLE
Hliowlna lln* ilnti-N hihI iiliiri'K ot tourlK
or AMUt, \t .1 I'rhK, nud oyer and
Terminer, fnr the jfiir I8M.
spring a9hi/.kh.
[On Vancouver Im-asu.1
Vlclorln Momlay Hril Way
Nmialtiio Tuomlay intJuno
(ON Maini.'*m>.)
N«w We»linln8tei,.."Wednctiilfty 6tll May
Yiilc WediichiIny...,*J0lli May
I*:iti-iliii))iK Monday "th .Inii«
Olinton Monday nth .land
FALL ASSIZES.
[ON MA1NI.ANIK]
Hlollflolll- Monday IStll SepU
('llliton Wi'dncsiliiy ..'JOI.li Hfi)>l.
KatnliK.pH Momlny Ilh Octolicr
Lytton Monday.,. lllh Odober
V'ul-j Ir v        imi, " i..i,.-r
Xew Wer«tmln»lor..Wedn«8(i«y.,.10tli Novj
[ON VANrotlVKlt IHt.ANb,']
Victoria Mondny 22nd Nov,
Naiifttnio.. TiiefidayJIlt Dcoemljer
ft S. WIS & CO.
PRUGOISTSI
Kew WeMBlnster, B. 0.
inli Idle
Ttlll ITNOEIISIONEDHAK-BBRN AP-
imliiteil ngctit In British'CoItimMafor
these Ixmutifiil inoiuimcntH,   Full partlc-
nlnrH nu to prices «nd dMlpiiH on application, CHA8. .T, HOIWON,
At Mr. 0, O. Major's klorO, Coiumbin SI.
inhBlta
| t'At tliu li'.'iiinieiicL'nimit «>f niiutliar
Spring we, tnke tins tipporlnuily to
tlnuik Hio Ijitbllp for past favoja, mul
Impo.f'Ji' a quiitiimunco of the same.
Globe House
WM. RAE,
Ivfanag-er.
Oot.UMnu Stiuskt,
Kkw Wiwtmisstku.   i   aplltc
ALBION
MARBLE WORKS
JASKS FISHEK, Proprietor.
MONUMENTS, HEAD STONES, TOMBS,
-TABLETS ANI) OltOSSES, FURNITURE MARBLE, Ae.
Persons living al n distance, by Hendlng
a description of what they wish, can have
designs, prices, etc., furnished on application. All-work guaranteed ciuiiil to any
on the Pacific Coast, and at reasonable
rates.  N, B,—No agents employed.
Gordon Street, Victorin, B. C.
JOHN S. COX,
Importer nnd Denier In
F«LPoiltty
'■ ■      iKOLuniNa
WHITE I.KOHOnNK,
BROWN L'GGHORNS,
PLVMIMJTII nOOK8,
IJANIJSIIASUS,
While Cie.led Blsok Poland.,
Gulnrn Fowl.,   Rniirn Ducks,
Willi, l'.khi Dncka.
Pit Games, IIoiiili.il..
BA.ninls nml Eggs siipiilluil at low i-htes,
nml till stoulc liiiuruntceif.
Boynl Avenue, East of Douglns Bt,
mhjitc
0
ESTATE OF MMIMIUM MICHAUD, DECU8ED
TENDERS
WILL BE "RECEIVED BY THE ttEV,
3. M. MCGU0K1N, O. M. I., the Administrator of the Estate, to lie addressed
to him at the City of New Westminster,
up to SATURDAY, the 24th April now Instant, for the purchase of the following
lands: .
Subdivisions 2, 3, i, S. tf, 7, 8,9, It), It, 12,
13,14,15 and I'd of Lot 394, Group 1, New
Westminster District, each subdivision
containing 9 neros, exclusive of roadways
which divide and bound the proporty.
Subdivisions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,6. 7, H, IU. 11,12,
18.14,15 nnd 16 of Lot 110, Group 1, New
Westminster Dlstrlel, of thc same acreage
as the former subdivisions, exclusive also
of the roadways.
Plans of the subdivisions of Lots .194 nud
UO have been filed In the Land -Registry
Office, New Westminster, showing also
the dividing nnd boundary roads.
TOWN OP HASTINGS-Lots 2, S aiid 4
(except a small piece of Lot 2, sold to W.
R. Lewis). Upon this property Is erected
the Hastings Hotel, together with other
buildings.
ALSO-Lots ii, 6,7,18 ntid :t) of the said
Town of Hastings.
NEW WESTMINSTER CITY-Lot 8,
Hloek 17, on which Is erected u new House
with seven roomsjhard-nnlshed, with all
the latest Improvements, situated on Columbia street.
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.
The following Farms:—
TM 30tl, Group 2, containing '2,'A Rcres.
l-ot.'lUa, Group 2, containing 118 were*..
I-ot US, Group 2, containing 200acres.
These properties adjoin, fnrm Ins either
one farm or more.
Tenders may be for Iho properly nsi
whole, or for any portlou or portion*.
Mo tender necessarily accepted.
For.particulars'an lo title or otherwise
application mny be mndo to
THEODORE   DAVIE,
Victoriu,
W. NORMAN HOLE,
New Westminster,
Or to Messw. CORBOULD A McCOLL
Now Wftstin luster, Solicitors for part iei
concerned, ap7ld
.INO. UEtltf WM. CURIUM
PACIFIC
ii
COLbMBIA STBEET.
New Westminster, B. C.
REID & CURRIE,
HAVING PURCHASED the BUcfc-
sinithing lniHincsa lately carried on
by Vf. R."irfiwis, nml' ihe Pafctfic^Ckt-
riage Works, carried on by Johnstone k
Smith, %e are prepared to manufacture
all kiiAK Wf'' f "''"'
Fiarm Wagnos,
. Carriages,    ,
Phaetons,
EASTERI
A FINE COUiKCTION OF
T. R. PEARSON & CO.'S,
Kew WeiUninsitr uiMle.
New Westminster, Vtsnl Harbor
nml scmile Boiile.
THE HTKAMKH
w
(J. W. TAHTE, Master.)
ILL LEAVE RKATTLfc EVERY
Mnndny MaruluB at 7 oVInrk. for
Xew Westmlnsler and CJtfhl Harbor, via
Port Townsend and the Islands; arrives ai
Now Westminster on Tuesday forenoon,
loaveB for Conl Harbor about tour hours
afterwards: leaves COAL HARBOR Tars
day Wlllrt fur Seattle.
Fan la fealtl «4.M
Freight per ton,  4.M
Special rntw to merchnnls.       npiotc
VANCOUVER
>N AND AFTER lst APRIL, I WILL
soil ut ami under oust, for rush,
MY WHOLE STOCK,
DRY QOODS, CLOTHING, HATS,
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE,
SILVER AND PLATED WARE,
LAMP STOCK,   :
SHOVELS, ROPE, Etc.
This Is n closing out sole, aud thc goods
musl .be disposed of. A few good Nickel
and Walntif Show Cases at low rates. Delivery eart, harness, horso covers; Ac., at
half price.
Those Indebted 'to riib'wlil piensoobserve
tliat I am closing out, nnd govern themselves accord!nniy.
mhntc 0. O. MAJOR.
W. IRVING.
I'\ STRAHAN
IRVING & STRAHAN,
I'or. Ki'itltleand luluuiitlnsu.
FURNITURE
MANUFACTURERS,
UPHOLSTERERS
8prlng nnd Wool Mattresses ami
llMllIlllg lllttllj- lill lill Ull.
'■ |l HAVE UN IIAMl'I'IIH
Mill.IXI   1M> KEST sioru UF lit.
.VITI UE OV TDK WUM AMI.
-VUACTIOAlJ-i-
-AND	
Stationery
STORE,
Granville, B. I.
Express Wagons,
Drays, Carts,
Stages,
And everything in the vehicle line,
on the shortest notice mul at reasonable prices.
Wu also kueji in stork the aliovc
articles, anil nil kinds of Wagon
and Carrirgi) Material.
ReiMli'lnj-, rttliillni; & Trim
mills done at reasoimhle prices.
BIMSMITHINC
tn all its. briinvhes. ' lfi»i-tiievt,'i Lo*j-
gers'. Mill and Contract Work, and
lloneslioeing'Juiuloi'taken; Agricultural liiiplomijnts, and everything
in the lilacksmith line made to order.
We also keep in stock to supply
the trade,—Iron* Hteel, Cumberland
Coal, Chain, Horse and Ox Shots,
Steol and Iron Harrow Tetth, Harrows, jSprings, Axles, and a complete
stoek ol Carriage Hardw«r».
Having secured firsb-class workmen, wb fuel conlidopt of giving satisfaction.
All material and work leaving
the shop will be guaranteed first.
class. Orders from tho country
promptly attended to.
mhSto     REID & CURRIE.
T1PMM&C0
Books,
Stationery,
Fancy Goods,
Newspapers,
Toys, &c.
Ii will 'Ik tht aim of the manager of
tttc Pioneer Book and Stationery Store
to conduct bniineu upon auch principle!
aa wiU .aeoura and retain tha confidence
aud patronage of the people of   ,
Burrard Inlet.
Article, not in .took will be procured
with the utmost dispatch
PrloM will be found as low as any.
where else in the Province.
Newspapers Md rerlodleali sup.
pll.il promptly.
PIBR  AND  LIFE  IN8UHAN0E
Iu FlratChusCompanies.
If you wsnt anything in the ebon
lines, call at or address the Fioneer Rook
and Stationery Store.
JAS. Z. HALL.
MANAGER.
Oranvllle, Burrard Inlet.      utito
Hss just received for the Holidays a line
assortment of (Jolil and Silver
JEWELRY
BOLD & SILVER WATCHES
Ladles Size Swiss Cold Watches
froni $25 to $05,
ladles size American stem*
winding Bold Watches, at
$32.50.
REHEHBER-We do not sell "filled"
Watches and Jewelry ns solid gold.
Our good, avtr guaranteed just as re*
presented, ami prices lower than any
other house in 11. C.
COLONIAL BLOCK,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B   C.
del«e
The Colonial
BOOTiSHOE
STORE,
Colonial Hotel Building,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Wm. Ross
tMTOTMT.il ANll JlKAl.KIt IN
BOOTS and SHOES
The French tetiolr, (lood)ear, I'lnk-
erion. Cochrane, Cnstlls is Co.,
ArmcB llolilcn and Slater
Bouts and Shoes,
LADIES AND OHNTI.EMKN AHE UK-
sliGclfiilly In vltirl to enll nnO I'xnin-
Ine the stoek.
I hnve ulso on llllllil Uur
M OT< H-IAVAIII** I H tl MIJR 'V »TIH.
TKinT HSKK B*>o<r,
Wlrleh now Inki's llm jiluce ot gum boots.
JyUtt ADVERTISING RATE8.
Tmn si out Advertisements—First Insertion, Sofa, per line; »ul>NL-(-.icnt Jn-sr-rlfuiiH
2 ols. por line.
Kegiilur C'ominorclal and Business Ad*
vcrllsoincnls—I column, 812 por month;
!j<*ol.,?7 per montli; H col.,W por month:
2 lni'lics, $2 per montli; 1 inch, $1.50 per
mon Hi. Theso rates to be churned on
sininlln-* iidvortlscmcnts which remain
over % months, if for a less period the
rales will be: 1 col., SIS por month; Vt eel,,
.9: ,', col.,$'••. 21uehes.fi; l inch, $2.
.Specials, union-* reading in utter-Kadi
Insertion,20 els. per line.
IlirtliK, Mm-rlngcs and Deaths, fl each.
Funeral notices accompanying death notice, JJ0 ets, extra.
iVS-All transient advortlsemcnts will be
moasurcd by a scale of solid Nonpareil,
which makes 12 Hues to tbo Inch and 7
words to the lino. Display lines must be
allowed for In making estimates. No advertisement Inserted for less than 81.00.
Wu §ritish (blnmbiftit.
We-lacadny Mental, April tl, MM.
Hop Bitten, 66c. --D. 8. Curtis 4 Co/
Tho Chinese band waa out yeaterday
afternoon airing itself.
The Colonist calls the new gaol at
Victoria the "penitentiary."
The str. Louise arrived at this city
on Mouday at exactly 4 o'clock.
For Sale 1000 1-barrels and kits cheap.
Apply at this office. aplOtc
yesterday was a lovoly day, and it
ia hoped the wet weather is now over
for this season.
The C.P. R. Co. asks tenders fur
driving piles for the Coal Harbor
wharf.   See adv,
A concert will be given in St. Paul's
(Reformed Episcopal) church next
Tuesday evening.
Both bridges on the new atreet
opened in rear of Holy Trinity church
are now completed.
The latest styles in. Zephers, Ceylon
Flannels, Prints and Fancy Delaines at
James Ellard k Co.—Adv.        30mte
Operations have begun on the gas
works, which are expected to be completed in about two months.
The str. Princess Louise took 75
head of cattle and 300 bales of hay for
Victoria yeBterday morning.
A second time the U. S. authorities
have refused to give up Bull-Dog Kelly
for extradition to British Columbia.
The new • plain and striped Canvas
cloth in all colors to match at Jas. Ellard 4 Co.'s, New Westminster.*—Adv.
China denies that she ever threatened to mnke reprisals for outrages on
Chinamen in America unless compensated.   ' ;', ' -\"f ^ "\ ■
The German government purports
investigating Pasteur's method of
treatment fur the prevention of hydrophobia.
It will be seen from au advertisement elsewhere that the annual Scotch
gathering has been fixed for the first
of July.
The annual report of the Panama
railroad company shows, j/roas earnings, $3,267,022; and gross expenses,
$3,100,313.
The mayor,; the city member, und
thb eity*'solicitor returned from Victoria ou Monday with the branch line
in their pocket.
The opium seizure case. in. wliich
Collector Beecher aud Cupt. Carroll
are interested is now being heard in
the Seattle courts.       ,„ g***jj,
Mr. Aikinan came up from Victoria
on Monday, und ie having rooms fitted
up in the post oflico building where ho
will open a Dominion Uud uftico. 11
Tt U reported that Mr. Macintosh,
of the telegraph and signal service iu
this city, will go east as far as Cow Hay
shortly and that he will return witlt
*   *   *   No cards!
It ia reported that a U, S, commercial agency for the mainland of British Columbia will shortly be established in this city. Mr. Jay Ewing is
mentioned for the office.
The steamer Evangel from Seattle
brought a full load yesterday for this
city and Vancouver, She had 25 pas-
sengen, 850 sacks of flour, and a general assortment of merchandise.
Iu addition to our new stock of spring
foods we have opened an invoice of
'Ingonals, West of England Broadcloths
and French Cassimeres. Walsh the
Model Tailor. Heiibkbt Walsh, Manager. ap21tc
Laat Friday 123 guvernment lots on
English Bay were sold by auction at
Victoria, realizing $7,140. Although
these lota He near this city and Vancouver the sale does not seem to have
been advertised or tu have attracted
any attention outside uf Victoria.
From an advertisement in another
column it will be seen that the steamship Sardonyx is to sail from San Francisco on the 26th inst. for this purt,
calling at Victoria, This will be an
excellent opportunity for merchants
who* import from San Francisco direct.
The provincial government having
offered a bonus of 87,000 for the erection; thd maintenance of works for the
reduction bf ores within the province,
the oity council of Victoria proposes a
supplementary bonus of #3,500 un con'
dition that the worka are located within 4 miles nf that city.
Members of the Christian Mission
Union, now .hold, religious services
evety Sunday afternoon and evening
in the lower purt of tho oity. -These
meetings ate largely attended.' Services are also held at 4 o'clock every
Sunday afternoon in tho rooms of the
C.M.U. and W.C.T.U.
A Winnipeg dispatch announces thut
Messrs.  Brothers -t Hi-others, acting
New Goons,—Fint instalment of new
Spring gooda* just arrivod at Jas. Ellard
4 Co. a   Call and examine.— Adv.
Goon Friday.*— Services will be held
next Friday as follows: Holy Trinity
at 11 a.m.; in the Roman Catholic
church at 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.; in tho
Methodist church at 11 a.m. At St,
Mary's Sapperton, services at 11 a.m.,
and 3:30 and 7 p.m.
.. —..-_•  *.» - • ■_ •    ■-
New Si-kinu Millinery. -New Millinery just arrived direct from London, at
Jas. Ellard 4 Co's. Call aud examine. a7
ting
for Mr. McDonald, of theC. P. RJ
have left that uity fur this province to
complete tho lino und make the track
ready for trafflo nt the earliest possible
dnte. Tlio majority of the men belong
to the city of Winnipeg.
Mr. T. J. Trapp has boen instructed
tu sell by auction a quantity of household furniture, tftc., at tho residence
of Mn. Dr. Clarke, Alico fiat-dons.
Mn- Clarke is about moving to Kamloops, where her husband is in business. The sale takes place nt 11 a. in.
on Saturday    Seo posters.
Mr. Geo. Turner, C. E. (Woods,
Turner & Gamble), leaves to-day to
survey tbo provinoial government lunds
that havo boon, told and offered for
sale on English Bay. Wo believe it it
probable all govornment lands in the
region will be surveyed shortly. Mr.
Turner will have twu survey parties,
and tho work will ocuupya-imotn'mtliB.
Municipal elections for the new city
ot Vancouver will shortly oome off.
Nominations take place on the 26th
Inst., and polling un tho 3rd prut.
Mr. R. 11, Alexander, maiiagor uf
Hastings mills, and Mr. M. A McLean have both beon requested* by
numerously-signed requisitions to stand
for mayor, and there nre lots uf candidates for councillors.
Friends of Sabbath schools should
remember the convention that is to be
held in this city commencing next Friday at 8 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. E. G.
Wheeler, of Portland, are to be present. Meetings will bu hold ou Saturday afternoon and evening, Monday
Afternoon and evening, aud on Sunday
afternoon. Arrangements have heen
made to accommodate visitors from a
distance.
Church Dedication.—Next Sunday
the fine new Roman Catholic church
in thii oity will be dedicated. The
ceremony of dedication will begin at
10:30 a.m., after whioh pontifical hiah
mass will be celebrated. Both Bishop
D'Herbomez and Bishop Durien will
take part. Vespers at 7 in the evening.     *  ,
Death or Dit. Ash.—On Saturday
night, at Victoria, died Dr. John Ash,
one of the pioneers uf this province.
Dr. Ash camp to Victoria froin England in 1862. For some yean he was
member of tbe legislature, and held
the office of provinoial secretary. His
death resulted from apoplexy, and was
rery sudden.    •—	
 : ■*» _ -—
A Boxcorr that Failed.—Miu Esther Gray, whu keeps a small bakery
in New York,-drove a number of boy-
cotters out uf her shopand defied them.
The boycotten issued circulan ordering people not to deal with her, whereupon tne wealthiest people sent large
checks in payment tor bread which
they ordered to be distributed in hospitals and among the poor. The woman is in a fair way to become rich,
while several of the boycotten languish
in gaul.
_ :       .***•» .     '        ,
Beginning or thi End.—For the
laat two days a gang of men hus been
working pn the river front between
the foundry and Sapperton clearing
away logs and stumps where the. railway track will be laid down. A temporary blacksmith shop has been erected near the Glen where a number of
dump carts are being fitted .out,
and a lot of wheelbarrows are stored
there. A great deal of timber for the
branch has already been got out, and
the work of construction will be pushed
on vigorously.
. ™ —      'n» '—*—p    - r
Thk First Sod.—At the suggestion
of some of our citizens it has been decided to make a half- holiday to-morrow
afternoon for the purpose of allowing
everyone to witness the ceremony of
turning the firat sod on the New Westminster branch of the O.P.R. The
sod is tu he turned noar Sapperton at
3 o'clock ih the afternoon. We hope
both military companies, the lhe men,
and all uther local organizations will
be present and add eclat to the affair.
It is an event In the history of this
city that ought' not to puss without appropriate notice.
A Shocking Accident.—A very sad
and fatal accident occurred in Victoria
last Friday, resulting in the death of
Mrs. R. Hall. The deceased lady was
driving with her husband iu a dog cart
when the hone became frightened and
ran away. Mr. Hall was thrown out
and fell on his head, rendering him insensible; Mn. Hall was also thrown
out, but her foot caught between the
wliilileti-ee and shafts and ihe was
dragged a considerable.: distance with
her head on tho ground. When rescued she was unconscious, and died
very shortly afterwards.
Port Hammond Numery. —For
many yean the people of this province
have been sending large sums of money
out of the country for fruit trees. We
are glad to notice that the nursery
busineu is being taken op, however,
by people in tho country, and this
eastward flow of capital will, it '
hoped, altogether cease. There is no
reason why trees and shrubs cannot be
raised as well in British Columbia as
elsewhere. Attention is directed to
the advertisement of Mr. G. ,W. Henry, who has begun the business at
Port Hammond, and who is now pre-
Sared to receive orders from those who
eaire trees of any kind.
J -sn-- « _
The Sound Mails.—The Washington Steamboat aud Transportation Co.
have boen awarded the contract for
carrying the mail between Tacoma and
Victoria wo Seattle and Port Town-
send. Steamen Edith and W, K. Mer-
win will be employed in tht service.
Whether each steamer will run'the
entire route from Tacbtai* to Viotoria,
or one steamer run a part of the distance and the other the rest, is a mat-
tor to be determined in the future.
The Edith is said to be a faster steamer
than the Geo. E. Starr, of the Oregon
Railway tb Navigation oompany; out
neither is adapted to the routo; aud
shuuld they be put on great injury may
bo inflicted on Viotoria commerce by
an inefficient service.—Colonist.
Fire lo Cariboo.
By Telegraph.
Barkerville, Apr. 19.—A fire occurred at Richfield this morning, J.
U. Nason'a dwelling was burned tu tbe
ground. Tho fire burned su rapidly
that they were able to save but little
of the furniture in the lower part ut
the house and none whatever in the
upper rooms,   Lou heavy.
City Council.—The council met on
Monday night The members wore all
present. The mayor stated that he
had goqe te Victoria as requested, with
the oity solicitor and the city member,
and they had succeeded in arranging
everying satisfactorily for the immediate construction of the brangh railway. In. thue arrangements the
mayor Mid their had bnn ably assisted
by Mr. Cunningham. Several communications were read, anion-/ them
an application from Messrs. Lou my &
MoGilllvt^. to liavo the fiver road
closed at once from the woolen mill to
Sapperton, aud the Indian ciuioes removed frum the shore, as they wished
to go rm with that part of the road
without delay. * An application was
alhn received from the gas oompany to
lmvo the street opened ao as to permit
material for the gas Works to he taken
in.   "      '
Provincial Hailwaym.—A bill was
introduced on the 8th inst, in the commons for a railway to connect the
Kootenay lake with the Arrow lakes,
at thi; upper end of which the Canadian
Pacifio railway runs west and east.
This railway Is intended to bring the
mineral resources of the Kootenay district within easy access. On that day
Mr. Homer introduced a bill to incorporate the Shuswap and Okanagan
railway. This railway starts from a
point on the Canadian Paoifio railway
at Sikamoose Narrows and extendi to
Okanagan lake, a distance of fifty
miles, and is intended to open up a
wheat area along the railway and the
lake. This area is estimated at 200,000
acros in extent, capable of producing
fine wheat and being used for stock-
raising purposes. There are also valuable mines, whioh are attracting attention, the development of whioh will
add greatly tn the wealth of Canada,
Ayer's Cathartic Pills are suited to
every age. Being sugar-coated they are
easy to take, aad though mild and pleasant in action, hre thorough and searching in effect. Tbelr efficacy in all
disorden of the stomach and bowels is
certified to by eminent physicians, prominent clergymen, and many of our beat
citizens.
Terminal Buildings.
Mr. Thomas Sorby, architect for the
Canadian Pacifio railway company,
having completed the details of the
working plans for the new station
buildings in coune of erection at Winnipeg, to replace those recently destroyed there by tire, is at work on the.
plans for the terminal buildings for
the company at Vancouver. These
ara so far advanced that Mr. Sorby
will transfer himself from Montreal to
Vancouver by the fint through tnin,
which it is expected will be run by the
end of the present month, if not then,
certainly early in May. Mr. Sorby
has been instructed by the board of
trustees, Meura. Donald A. Smith, R.
B. Angus, W. C. Van Horne and Sandford Fleming, to select suitable ground
and prepare plans for the Canadian
Pacifio Hotel, the erection of which is
to be proceeded with at once by theae
gentlemen. Some conception can be
formed of the proposed edifice when
we state that in point of magnitude
end magnificence it will be second only
to tbe famed Windsor of Montreal—
now the palace hotel of the Dominion.
It is the intention of the company to
Construct the ''Canada Pacific" on the
most approved modern style and principles of a hotel. Every modern device
and improvement will be taken advantage of. Ample ground will be reserved surrounding tho edifice where,
with to lay out ornamental and recreation grounds for the benefit und
accommodation of the hotel's guests.
Fountains will be placed at different
points in the grounds. The highest
and most perfect art on landscape and
ornamental gardening will be utilized.
In. short it is the intention to render
the hotel and all its surroundings so
attractive that guests will be drawn
thither from all parts. It will be a
credit to the company whoso energy
and enterprise spanned the continent
in the creditable manner in which they
completed their contraot, the pride of
tbe City of Vancouver and an ornament in which every one un the Pacific coast will take an interest.—Times.
Perfect soundness of body and mind is
possible only with pure blood. Leading
medical authorities of all civilized countries endone Ayer's Sarsaparilla as the
best blood-purifying medicine in existence. It vastly increases the working
aud productive powers of both hind
and brain.
The Bltr Bend Nines.
While a great deal is being said of
late about Granite Creek, the progress
made in the Big Bend country hits
been unnoticed. The well known
worth of these mines in the early days
attracted lut year a large number of
prospectun to the section, and a number of claims were developed, including one near the mouth of McCulloch
Creek now known as the "Ophir Bed
Bock Flume Co." The latter secured
a leue from the government of one
and one-half miles uf the creek, about a
(juarter of a mile from where it empties
into Gold Creek, at the mouth uf the
canyon on McCulloch Creek where it
opens out on the flat. Portions of
this ground wore worked in 1805, altogether on the edges of the creek. The
pay secured was large, but owing to
the rough nature of the country and
the expense of getting in supplies,
only the lighter ground was skimmed
over, and bed rock, which is about
sixty feet from the surface, was never
reached. The Ophir Co, propose constructing a bed rook flume the entire
length of their lease, beginning at the
mouth of the> canyon. Into this will
be hydrauliced the dirt from surface to
bed rock for 100 feet iu width. The
fall of the oreek is 200 feet to the
mile, and tho flat bekw the canyon
mikes an excellent dumping ground
fur the debris. The flumo will be
seven feet in width, divided into two
sections, allowing of one or both sections to be used at the same time for
the purpose of carrying the gravel.
The hydraulic giant to bo used it is
calculated will do the wurk of 100
men, which means that uver 1000 yards
of earth per day of twenty-four hours
will nnw through thu flume. The
gravel prospects ten cents a jmn, nnd it
is known that the bed rock is rich, tlio
promoten of .the scheme claiming that
it looks M well na the fuiiiu-l Williams
Creek of Cariboo. Should the above
turn out correct the grave] will net
over $2 per yard, while bed rock will
return nu incalculable amount. Tne
machinery tor hydraulic purposes will
be forwarded to Farwell no soon as
freight can be handled to that point,
and work immediately begun on the
claim which it is thought can be got
ii) working order hi » month's time.
Besides this claim tho Barrett claim
further up the creek is expected to
strike .bed rock by the Ut of May.
The last reports were to tho ofletit that
the tunnel wan in 000 feet. About
six miles of the creek are available for
mining purposes and it is thought that
several hundred men will make good
pay during thu coming summer, Besides McCulloch Creek, Camp Creek,
Cairn Creek, French Creek, and Gobi
Creek will be considerably worked,
and a lively camp will undoubtedly
spring up mi the flat near the mouth
of McCulloch Cieek. — Colonist.
being from Moodyville, and the remainder homo production. The instrumental pieces were played by the Sullivan'brothers, and us they are well
known nnd popular favorites it is not
necessary to do more than mention
their names as their merits speak for
themselves. The '-peuing churus, "Who
wiil o'er the downs so freo-" consisted
ot thirteen voices, tho ladies being
Mra. Langley and Misses N. Bell,
Cunie Hall, Cadwallader and Kirkland.
Then came a recitation by Miss A.
Bell—''Over the hills to the poor-
house." Miss . Cadwallader followed
with a song, Miss Kirkland playing
the recom pan intent. Miss Cudwalla-
der's voice, while not. very powerful,
is sweet and pleasing tu the ear and
she ia decidedly a favorite with eon-
cert-goers both hero and in Moodyville. She was received on this occasion with much enthusiasm and was
honored by a rapturous encore. In
enumerating the attractions uf the
evening it would be a great oversight
to omit the name uf that prince of
good fellows and most enjoyable of
humorists, Mr. O. G. Hnrbell of
Moodyville. His reading, "A brake-
man at church," took tho house by
storm. Tlie late Charles Matthews
and Mr. Lothen used to excite as much
merriment on the stage by their appearance as by anything they suid, aud
thesame maybe truthfully remarked
in the case of Mr. Harbell. Mr. F.
Mitchell sang an Irish sung in costume,
and upun receiving an encore gave.the
audience "The day I played base-ball."
A quartette by Messn. Beckett and
.Tames and Misses Cadwallader aud
Kirkland brought the fint part of the
programme to a conclusion. After an
intermission of ten minutes tho second-
part began and this time Miss M. Put-
tenon came to the front in the "Gipsey'• Warning." Thia lady is looked
upon by many as Granville's prima
donna nnd u a singer of Scotch songs
she is facile princeps. She received an
encore and responded by that charming song, "Bide a wee,". Perhaps the
moat interesting song of the evening
waa the one sung by Mr. H. Berry,
entitled "Baby Boy." He pictured in
a very realistic manner tho efforts of a
distracted husband to put a baby evidently suffering from teething and all
that word implies to sleep after the
lights and tho fires were all out. I
have always heard that under such
circumstances husbands are the very
reverse of being pleased, but Mr.
Berry looked as if ho was quite delighted with the occupation and if he
only pans out as well when he faces
the music in its grim reality he fill be
a rare acquisition as a family man. A
duet by Misses Cadwallader and Kirkland, a trio by Messrs. Rutherford,
Berry and Mitchell, and a grand chorus by the whole company brought the
second part of the programme uud the
evenings entertainment to a finish.
Before concluding I would like to
mention that durim- the rehearsals
Mr. McGrath of Moodyville and Mr.
Beckett of Granville occupied positions
of a great.dual of trust and responsibility, each in his own district, and
that they fully-realized the expectations which had been formed uf them
bj- their frienda by bringing the entertainment to a successful issue through
difficulties that would have seriously
taxed ithe .resources uf strategists less
skilful than themselvus. I take this
opportunity uf complimenting them
upon their generalship whioh is of no
ordinary kind.
justification in tlio shooting. It has
been shown that since his marriage to
the defendant Levisson has never done
any work and frequently expressed a
desire that his wife should support liim
by leading a life of shame. Jn this city,
as well as in other large cities, there is a
class of men or, more properly speaking,
leeches, who are not satisfied with ruining good, industrious young women, but
must live oil' the earnings of their shame.
To rid the community of this class would
indeed be it great boon. The defendant
in this case was fully justified in acting
as ahe did.   The case is dismissed."
San Francisco, April Ifl,—-In au interview with ono of the officials of the
Oceanic Steamship Company, tho statement is made that the king and council
of the Sandwich Islands have decreed
that after April 1st no Chinese can be
admitted into the Hawaiian Kingdom,
unless they have passports or what iB
known in the United States as "return
certificates."
Ottawa, April Ifl.— An amendment
in the commons last night tliat tlie administration of Indian affairs in Manitoba and the Northwest, under the
present government, had boen characterized by ilagraut mismanagement, incapacity and culpable neglect, was defeated
by 67 to U4.
... Vienna, April 17.-Cases of cholera
are reported fiom Trieste. The outbreak
of tlie disease In Italy is said to be more
serious than it was at first stated.
"Qvinc, April I7.—M. DeLesseps, in
an interview to-day concerning the report on the Panama canal made by Blge-
low uid that the report was absurd. De
Lesseps stated that he could positively
guarantee that the canal would be opened
in 1889.
Quebec, April 17.—Wholesale, trading
in voting aad innocent girls for evil purposes has come to the notice of the
authorities. DozonB of public houses in
Chicago, New York, Boston, and other
oities in the United States have agents
who ingratiate themselves with young
women to induce them to go to tho United States where they are drawn into a
life of infamy, The trade has been oarried on to sn alarming extent, sometimes
15 girls being shipped in a week. Tlie
prices paid to the agents depend on the
looks of tbe girls, and vary from $20 to
$200. The police authorities and clergy
held a consultation to-day over the adduction of two young women to Chicago
by a woman who intends to dispose of
them for immoral purposes. The girls
left by the Grand Trunk railway on Mon*
day night, and every attempt was made
to arrest the woman within the Canadian
line. The American consul lias been
consulted and au important letter has
been drafted for the British consul at
Washington. - It is stated that over fifty
girls have been sent to one Chicago house
within a year.
Wholesale Oity Market-
Beef,
l'c
Mutton "
Hi'lesjgr-n)"
1'uiitloen "
Turnips "
Carrots "
I'arsnlps "
Heels '•
Cabbage 3
Onions }
Apple.** a
per 100lb* P 00@88 00
7fio-a ouo
leaf
Outs
Poos
Hay,
>er ton
Butler (roils) perlb	
Cheese, "  	
KBITS,       per dos ,.
Geese,        each      ,.,„
Ducks "         _,.,
I'liji'kciis, por pair.	
Turkeys, per lb.	
Cordwood (retail) per cord..
....8 50® _ .
•*.. h tea o oo
.... 0 75& 100
 OSOts 0 75
....oroe ioo
.... 100® !*&
.... 1 00 & V 25
.... I 000 125
....2 00® 3 00
.... 1 50 ® 2 00
•*.. 0 00® 0 00
.... 150® 175
.... 125® 150
.... 100® 125
.... 0 00 ® 10 00
.... 0 00® 0 30
.... 0 17 & 0 18
.... 0 20 & 0 25
.... 150® 176
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Romk, April 18.—The sanitary hoard
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out at Bi-indist and has ordered that all
arrivals nt other Adriatic ports from
Brindisi be quarantined.
Vienna, April Ig.—The town of Stog,
on tho Galesia, has been almost completely destroyed by fire. Tho number
of houses burned is about (100." Many
persons killed. The inhabitants are destitute.
The Lost RKSTORKD.-Ira McNeill of
Poplar Hill, Out., states that hia brother
aged 12 was afflicted with a terrible cold,
from the effects of which he lost his
voice- Hagyard's Pectoral Balsam cured
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FROM ML PARTS OF THE WQflfc
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The concert Ust Friday evening under the auspices of the ladies' aid so*
cicty of the Methodist churoh was
quite a brilliant affair, and from an
artistic point of view toft very little
for the moat carping critic to find fault
With. The programme consisted of
instrumental muaio, choruses, solos,
duets, trioa, with a couple of readings
unci i recitation thrown in by way of
variety. Tbe number of persons whu
took part In the entertainment amounted to about fifteen, five of whom, via.;
Minn Kirkland and Cadwallader mid
Mtain. McGrath, James and Hatbell,
New York, April 18,—The Hail and
Express assert that on Sunday last a
diver of the Merritt Wrecking Company
went down and made an examination of
the sunken stranur Oregon and ascertained beyond a doubt that she was sunk by
a collision. Ten feet below the main
deck and about twenty feet forward of
the bridge the diver found a hole En the
steamer's side. The heavy iron plate
was crushed in. The hole is six feet-
deep and three feet in breadth at the
widest part.. The steamer ja broken in
two" and her upper decks parted over
twelve feet on top. Most of her cargo
will be saved.
New York,"'-April' 15.-A London
special says: The I-ondon Telegraph,
commenting on last night's anti-home
rule meeting, has this cheerful paragraph:
"If wc are ready to consent, at the mere
menace of a gang of American desperadoes, to dismemberment, to which Turkey only submitted after her defeat in a
m-at war, our pusillanimity will assured*
fy point to a decline more profound than
her own." ■■.-•* ■    ■ •■■
Sauk lUpma, April 15.- The dismal
work of searching for the dead among
the debris of this stormswciit section
still continues, Thu recovered reinuins,
blackened and mangled, arc being
shrouded for tho grave, and the wounded
are receiving every possible attention.
The physicians from neluhboi ing cities
are still on duty, tlreleis iu their efforts.
As the returns come in from the country
in the track of the tornado, now lutali-
ties are discovered and'otlier cases of the
maimed are brought in for treatment.
No pen can depict the horror-) of the
scene. The final muster of casualties
will surely swell the total of- fatalities to
100 and the wounded to over'AW.
Lo.huon, April lo.-Sir Charles Dllko
has sent to the Queen's proctor a full
denial of the statements incri i-iimting
him to the coufession made by ,Mr*.
Crawford to hor husband, and on which
tho latter obtained the decree of divorce
from hor, SEr Charles expresses the hope
that the prootor will find causo to intervene and regncn tho case for his vindication. The Pall Mall Qtullte nays that
tbe proctor has obtained a masx of information, on which he will soon tuke actloo
to bring the case before court for re-
examination. Sir Win. Vernon Har*
court, chancellor of the exciie-juer, introduced the budget in the bouse of commons this evening. He st«t«>l expenses
for 1885*80 were £1,3113,327 less than the
estimate made by Mr. Childers n yenr
ago, making an actual deficit of £2,042,.
\m, Jnstea-d of £2,827,171 as estimated.
Tho diminution iu revenue wna most
marked iu tho case of alcohol, tke receipts
from whioh were £1(11,000 (below the
estimate and £1,179,000 below the receipts derived from alcohol In 1 £84*85.
For the fiscal year 1886*87 the expenditures aro estimated at £00,428,5911, and
revenue at £89,885,000. It ia proposed
to meot the deficit bv taking £000,000
from the £850,000 apnlicabte to the reduction of the national debt, which haa
been reduced £30,000,000 in the past fivo
years. Tho bud. ft was adopted by the
house.
San Krantuu-o, April 15.—Judge
f aw lor, of the police court, rendered his
decision today fit the case of Mrs. Hatlie
Lovia-Hin. who on thc 22nd of laat February shot and dangerously wounded hor
husband, Wm. Levisson. "In this case,"
said Judge Uwlor, "there is no doubt
thnt Levisson was shot, but the question
is whether or not the defendant had any
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Janio, so ns not to have to wait when
we get tu the table."
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Asido from losing flesh the dog was
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Toronto Exhibition.
THE DOMINION PIANO A ORGAN CO.
Speaking of the great central exhlbi-
bitiou opened at Toronto on the 10th
Sept., the Torouto Globe says:
Ait object of upecial attention, which
by very reason of its prominence on the
grounds cannot escape the attention of
tbo most casual and careless observer, is
Hie pavilion of the Dominion Organ Company. This is a separate building but a
little distance from the south east of the
Main Building. This pavilion must be
about 50 feet by 40 feet, with a porch or
railed passageway all around it extra. It
is handsomely painted, with ample and
almost entire glass section, comprising
fully one-third of its height iu windows,
and announces to all in broad letters that
it is the pavilion of that company, and
that Joseph Ruse, of GS mug-street
West, represents the company. Inside
no pains have been spared to make it at*
tractitf,' and certainly its designs have
succeeded. No oue should visit the Exhibition without going through this pavilion, there he will find a little paradise
of music. Here are decorations, handsome pictures uf the Dominion factory
and of the present store room of Mr.
Uusc, and above all, pianos ond organs
of the most artistic and unique designs.
The display of these instruments is grand
indeed, and a splendid tribute to the
genius and skill of onr Canadian manufacturers. Pianos and organs of every
style and artistic design are found here
—a parlor mnd, squares, and uprights
of rose-wood, satin-wood with walnut
trimmings, ebony and gold, mahogany
and beryl 'walnut. A double manual
and pedal bass organ, with handsome
pipe top, faces the visitor at the extreme
end as he enters this pavilion. For company are organs of every style and design to suit the purchaser. Tlie Company also exhibit with the degree of
triumph and merit the fuet ia worthy of
a cable despatch to them from Antwerp,*
Gcrmnny, announcing that at a Grand
National Exhibition held there the Company had just carried off the first prize
over all competitors for its instruments.
Thia is certainly remarkable, though
when the rapid rise of this Company to
public favor and confidence is considered,
not bo remarkablo as nt lirst might seem.
Thc Company's success in honors, home
and international, is something remarkable. The exhibit on the grounds U
certainly attractive and will amply repay
a personal inspection and visit.
Sir Charles Tupper on Wednesday last
emphasized the high compliment he paid
the Dominion Organ and i'iano Company
at thc opening of the London Fair. In
his address from the platform of the
Art Gallery, speaking of the great impc
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the inauguration of this industry.
Fish are running fairly well in the
Columbia river, hut not many havo
been taken thus far owing to the high
prices. Fishermen nre asking OSonhd
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boats, but canners do not feel justified
in paying over 50c and GOe respectively.
These rates are 10c higher than the
opening prices last year. Every day's
delay on the settlement of prices affects
the quantity to be canned, though
very little is ever done in April, hb the
fish are never plentiful in thc Columbia river in that month. Thero is a
good outlook for tho trado, provided
amicable arrangements can he made
between the fishermen and tho canners. The canning season opened by
law on the 1st instant. Tho steamers
which arrived hore on the (ith brought
the first consignment of this season's
pack for Wm. Home's cannery. The
lot contained only 25 cases, sold to a
Front street jobber at 81.25. Mr.
Horne has for yenrs sent down thc
pioneer ahipment. Most of tho Oregon canned salmon will be shipped
direct to Europe by anil or across tlio
continent by'the Northern Pacific railroad. Large quantities have already
been aoid for future delivery. —fl. F.
Bulletin, Apr. 0.
Bret Hnrte's Consular Ex-
pcrlence-
A visit to Bristol repaid ine in many
ways. I captured thero a few lines
from the pen of Bret Harte snout one
of the many discomfiting experiences
incident to consular positions as related to me by my consul. Of a consul's manifold trials none are moro
wrath - provoking thau tho demand
upon his credulity and sympathy-
otherwise purse-—by the trnmp abroad.
Somo time lost year a beguiling applicant by tho namo of Fowler (Fowler
at Bristol, but having many aliases)
went the rounds of the consulates in
Grout Britain. At Bristol he so far
worked upon tho sympathy of the consul as to shortly mako himself the
horo of soma lines, which wore sent
along tho consular circuit as a note of
warning. Upon, tho lines reaching
Glasgow, the following characteristic
comments wore sent by Bret Harte:
I'm acquainted with affliction, chiefly In
tho form of Action, as It's offered up by
strangers nt tin* consul's open door;
And I know all kinds of sorrow that relief
would try to borrow, with various minis
from sixpence up to a pound or more!
And I think I know all fancy styles of
active mendicancy, from thc helpless
Irish soldier who mixed in our country's wnr;
And who lay In Llbby prison tn n war
that wasn't hls'n, and I sent back to
the country—that be never saw before.
I know that wretched seaman who was
tortured by u demon captain till he
lied In terror with his wages In arrca.-;
Aud I've given him sufllclcnt lo ship us
an efficient and active mnlefactorwltl-
a ffenlle privateer,.    .
Oh,l know a wealthy tourist who(lhrougli
accident the purest) lost his letters,
wateh and wallet from the cold deck,
enough to gamble till he won hack all
his money on a "cold deck" here
ashore!
I have tickets bought for mothers nnd
their babes—thnt were another's—mid
their husbands, who not always could
be olnlmed as theirs alone:
Till I've come to the conclusion that for
ethical confusion und immoral eon*
trlbutiou I have little loft unknown!
Bnt I never; nover! never! In beneficent
endeavor, fell Into the wicked meshes
by the Buxon Fowler sprend;
And lt seems to me n pistol, used Judiciously nt Bristol, would hnvo not too
Firematurcly brought Mils matter toa
lead!
—Letter to Washington Post,
The Tornado.
ITS NATURE AND FREAKS EXPLAINED,
I lmvo boen making the Western tornado a subject of special study during
tho past ten years, and have been lod
to the following conclusions as to the
naturo of thc meteor, leaving out of
the prosont discussion the manner of
its generation. I present these convictions: They are not creations of accident, springing up haphazard, no ono
knows how or where, but thoy are
govornod by law. The grand causo of
their inception, courso and motion, is
the law of gravity. Aud the trilling
dost whirl we see on our prairies and
in our roads during a summer afternoon is governed by exactly the same
law aa impels the frightful tornado.
Sinco my attention has been turned to
th* subject I hnve noticed hundreds
of those toy tornadoes, and have enlisted my friends in the observation;
during this time I have never seen or
heard of une revolving with thu hands
of a cluck. On the contrary, their
motion has invariably been the other
way, or contrary to the motion of the
hands of a clock. There is a very
simple reason for this motion; hi fact,
thi whole mechanism of the tornado is
of the simplest character when the law
of gravity is Applied w the key to its
solution. . ,
AU IU actions conform to this law.
Leaving aside tha discussion of ita initial formation at this time! say: The
tornado springs out of a circumscribed
area W high barometric pressure and
moves forward in the line of least resistance or toward areas of low pres*
sure. It never takes form and motion
until put midday. It is never generated in the night time. It is never
brought into action during a cloudy
day or soon after a succession of cloudy
days. Now, why the whirling motion
contrary to tha movements of the
hands of a watohf
Prof. W. M, Davis, of Harvard Ool-
l«n, in hia monograph on "Whirl-
winds, Cyclones and Tornadoes/ say*:
"It is found, however, that all
storms yot studied turn from right t"
left in tho northern hemisphere, and
from left to right in tho southern.
Such constancy pointB to something
more regular than the accidental
strength of the winds, to some cause
that 'shall always turn the indrafta to
the right of tho center aa they run in
toward it in the northern hemisphere,
and to tho left in the southern hemisphere; and this causo is, found in the
rotation 'of the earth on its axis. There
is a force arising from the earth's rotation that tends to deflect all motions in
tho northern hemisphere to the right,
aud this deflecting force varies with
thp latitudo, being nothing ab the
equator and greatest at the poles."
Thero ia a simpler reason and moro
tropical in its character.   It is this:
Hear in mind, tlie tornado comes
into being only after midday, and, further, only after a succession of atill,
clear days; these conditions induce the
following atmospheric status in the
northorn hemisphere:
The air to tho south and east of the
point of cyclonic disturbance has been
moro influenced by the sun's heat than
any point to tho nyrth and west of it;
rarilication haa ensued, vast columns
-of air have been thus lifted, and, correspondingly, areas of low barometric
pressure, as compared with those nortii
ami west, have beeu established. But
tlie sun's influence tu the south haB
beon of several days' duration, sn much
so as to warrant tho conclusion that
this area of low pressure in this direction is a' constant factor; the adventitious factor is tho area of low pressure eastward caused by tho sun s heat
during the morning.- Now, then, the
tirst impulse uf the air which gucs to
form the tornado will be toward the
south, in the direction of the longest
continuing area of low pressure, and
for tho aame reason its next impulse
will be toward the east, giving tho re*
siiltant whirling motion.
When the whirl is once established
tho tornado moves toward the point of
least resistance.
In thia section, during the cyclonic
period from the lat of June tu tho
middle of -July, all our tornadoes come
from tho southwcBt; they come into
tho great basin that supplies the vast
culumna of boated air which rise from
the bosom of the Great Lakes. Thia
afflux tu tho Lakes produces a very
largo area of low barometric pressure.
The tornadoes whioh arise at other
seasons move off to the Atlantic seaboard in tho southeast fur a like
reason.
I haveBpuken nf the air which goes
from the tornado. I sny that the tornado is nothing more or less than a
solid col a mn of ci impressed air, with
threo powerfol motions—namely: A
terrible whirl, ur revolution on ita own
axis, which, in the mum, is perpendicular tu the plane uf ita flight; an
upward, screw-like (motion; and the
motion of flight ur transition. These
motionB nre named tn the order of
their velocity, It is hard to estimate
the velocity of this whirl; it can unly
be a matter of conjecture. It must be
many thousands a minute. Tho upward, apiral motion is not near au
rapid, but vastly greater than the
transitory motion, wliich varies with
the contour of the country over which
it passes. The configuration of .the
land governs thin motion entirely; retards ur accelerates it, while tho tur-
uado hugs the ground; and oftentimes
switches it off completely in the upper
air. In this manner tho rato of progression cau vary from ten to ono
hundred miles an hour. This motion
is thus erratic in its character. I know
of onu instance where the tornado retraced ita course for a mile or more
and then ahot off at n right-angle to its
original direction,
Now, a few words as to the character
of tho funnel-shaped cloud: This is
only tho manifestation of tho crater of
tho solid destructive agont bolow. I
havo said that the turnado is a solid
column of compressed uir whirling with
frightful velocity. Some idea may be
obtained of its solidity when it is re
membered or understood that several
cubic miles of air under ordinary pressure arc forced into a cylinder the size
of Washington's monument. It is as
solid as stone. Air, by compression,
gives off its acquired and latent heat.
The boat, situated in the column of
tho tornado, produces two distinct
effects. It converts the moisture
wrung from the atmospheric column
into ateam, and throws off vast quantities of heat; this, in conjunction with
tho electrical phenomena developed by
friciiun, has led many to suppose that
the tornado was caused by electricity;
whereas electricity is only the effect.
When the pressure is removed, and the
air in tho column is allowed to expand,
what happens? Each molecule of air ia
hungry fur its normal .quantity of
latent heat, and un being released from
pressure at once attacks its tincom*
pressed neighbor, steals away and locki
within itself part of ita neighbor's
heat. Refrigeration nnd condensation
at once take place, and the funnel-
ahupod cloud ia developed as the core
in the crater of tho tornado, and violent rain nnd hail storms nro bred, fn
one sense tho funnel-shaped cloud docs
not presage tlio storm. The tornadu
ia in active operation before tlie funnel
shaped cloud ia manifest. This cloud
ii hannlcBB, nnd is unly the evidence
uf tlio unseen, wonder-working, do*
atructivo meteor below it.
Tlie path (if the tornado proper is
very narrow, and no work of man
nbove ground hns been found able t;
withstand tho force of that whirling
meteoric club within its narrow limits.
The great bulk of the damage along
its track is caused by tho inrush of air
to tlio terrible vortox; and, strange as
it mny appear, most of this damage is
caused by explosion. It is Nature'
effort lo restore nnd preserve the atmospheric equilibrium. With this
rushing column there goes a vacuum,
moving with commensurate velocity;
toward thia vacuum all the nir in the
neighborhood moves. If it bo confined
in a house the house explodes. Tlio
safety of buildings near tho track of
the turnado is to have nil tho wind wa
and doors- away frum the nppronclung
storm—* open.
There are many phenomena that can'
only be explained by this rush of nir
to the moving vacuum, and whioh ure
otherwise inexplicable. There is
fact better attested thnn the one of
chickens and other fowls being plucked
clean of feathers during the passage of
a tornado, The reason is perfectly
simple and obvious. The quill of each
feather contains air. This air in its
movement to the vacuum carries thu
feather with it, Wh*lu .sumo nf the
freaks and works of torna'doeaare of
the must fantastic nature, I havo liven
and heard of none that can not bo explained uu the theory of the solidity
of the moving column and the action
of the law of gravity, with tho added
element of eloatricUjr oauted .by fric-
tiuih—JJqnief Berry, in St, Louis lie*
ptihlican. _
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Terms, S7.50. SIO and 815.
0, Vf, MILLER.
8u inns, B* Ol, March ll, 1680.        mhlOtc
The Norman Percheron Stiillion
ir-    iimmn"
Will slniul fur service during the
scumiii »f itwa nl hi** stable,
Sumas mid -tVulii-vlllr.
TERMS:—To insure, S20, In bo paid 1st
M-trch, 1SS7; Season, j*l"*(tn lie puld at close
of season; single servico, 810. Parties dis-
poslu-rof their mui'ON before fouling must
pay full nanranco whether in foul or not.
All neeidenls lo inures al Iho risk of their
owners. I'ariicssciultntt Iheir marcs from
a distance will he allowed one-half of tho
expense. Posturnfte free. Season tn extend until.Inly lllth.
t-RTNCB JUNIOR is a dapple grey, 17
hands high, and weighs 1600 lhs., and took
first prize ut the Provincial Exhibition,
New WcKtmJnsU-r. In 1885. Pedigree can
lie seen ut residence of Undersigned, or nt
Custom House, Victorin.
npTtc WM. CHADSEY.
To Horse Breeders I
rMIEIIKNKllAT,-rill!rOSRSTAI,I,ION
"YOUNG TUPPER"
Will make lhe season of lSHii, week ahout.
between Clillllwhnck Landing nnd Lnngley, Krnscr Itlvor.
"Young Tapper" Is rising fl yttrrs old,
weighs l-Vrfi Hi**., iii.n grav color; is n sure
foul gel ter: sin nils 111 hnnds :] Inches high;
of ex i'i'! lew in* Mon and gentle disposition.
Ills sho and dnm 'were linuorled from
Oregon: slie, a Cleveland buy; dam, Norman stock.
Tonus for Season $*20
insurance 30
Single Service 10
iwsetis-.u will begin 1st May nud end
1st August.
GEORGE A. COUOHILL,
Owner.
Nicola, Mai-oh 2-Jrd, \m. mli»
F. CRAKE,
PRACTICAL
JEWELER,
COLUMBIA STKEET,     HEW WESTMINSTER.
SIGX OF TUB BIG WATCH.
SJS-LATE MANAGER FOIt SAVAOF. A
LYMAN, MONTREAL.
Chronometers, Repeaters, Chronu-
gritpliers, and all Ono Watcli
repairs a Specialty.
ANY UNK HAVING WATCHES Itlillrll
lmvri been injured by Incompetent
wrrli'h rennlren! cnll bo mnde cannl to new
Wain. J KWKI.KY of nil kinds miulii uml
repulred. All work wurmiileU; olitirRcs
moderate,   Estimates given frceof etiargo.
.WALTHAM, IJLtlX. nt oilier
Wiiirlies anil Jewelry cheaper
Unin an) other house. In 11. C.
LADIEB' ROU1) 12 OABAT GOLD AMERICAN STEM WINDING  WATCHES,
accurate llmekcopen.*°5l usnul price, "Jjo.
deOtc
Dry Goods & Groceries.
A full supply of Coal,
Dry Alder and Fir
Kept constantly on hnnd.
PROPKIETOIt OP NRW
Granville Stage Line
TRUCKING & TEAMING
Of all kinds promptly attended to
nt lowest prices.
Saddle Horses and Buggies
for Hire.
Orders may ho left fit my store, comer
Columbia and Hlackle Streets, New West-
mlnnt-pf. BC30tc
"ACME"
PULVERIZING HARROW
CLOD CRUSHER & LEVELER.
SUBJECTS TIIK KOII, TO THE ACTION
of u Kfcet Crusher unit Leveler. and
io the cutting, Lifting, Ttirnlng process of
double f-nttgNof east steel coulters.
IMMENSE CUTTINC POWER.
Crushing, leveling and Pulverizing
performed at thc same time.
avoids pulling up rubblsl:
Only Harrow that cuts over the entire
Mil-face ot the ground,
G, T. OORFIELD,
fje ii era I Merchant, Cowichan, B, C.
Stile Agent for Itr 11 Mi C-iliiiiibl-i.
mli20tc
(I-IMITET))
(LATE (NECK BROS. & CO.)
Mills and oilier al Snppcrton, ono
mile Irom New Westminster.
lli-niKii i.nmiier Yard nt Vancouver.
MANUFACTUHKItSANDDEAtiERHlN
ALI. KINDS OF
Rough and Dressed
LUMBER
Shingles,
Shakes.
I .a ths.
Pickets.
SALMON BOIES
Doors.
Windows.
Blinds.
Moitl-iings.
Brackets.
Balusters.
And 'everything in tho Wood Uno required for Intilding purposes.
II, h. DbBEOK,
mhtitr Manager.
Ml! Ml!
WHITE
THE CLOTHIER,
HaB Just Received
OVER 300 MEN'S SUITS
A Large Quantity of
Boys'and Youth's
Clothing!
7 Cases of American
FELT    HATS
Also, a full line of
CENTS' FURNISHING 800DS
 HE NOW HAS	
The Best Aisortmenl In the ibOTe
Line ever exhibited In New
Weitminiter.
LATEST  STYLES
At Lowest Posslhln Prices lor flnsli.
lull Knrly snil Make Yrar Mertlnn.
Columbia Street 0pp. Bank of ■■ 0.
COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, 6. C.
—1MPOBTKBH Klin  DRALXR8 IN*-
Books,
Stationery,
Fancy Goods,
Pianos,
Organs,
Music,
Newspapers,
PUBLIC HIGHWAY.
Osoyoos Division of Yale District.
NOTICK IS HEHEBY GIVEN THAT
tlio following lilghwny, 40 foet In
•Width, is hereby established, vIb:-- ''
Commencing at ft point on tlie shore of
Lonj- Lake, at the Indian Reserve; thenee
following tlio old trull, liy way of Long
Lnko Creok, to'tlio Intersection of (mid
trui I with thc Coldstream waggon mail.
WM. SMITHE,   '
Chief Com. of Lands ana-works,
Lands and Works Department,        ..
Vletorla, 11. 0.. 17tli March, 1888.
• jhnlilm    - -■
PUBLIC HIGHWAY.
Kamloops Division of Yale District,
NOTICK. IH HRHFJlY GIVEN' THAT
thoHlghwfiy which wan established
by Gazette notioe ilntod 1st December,
1882, coiniiH'iioiiig near the junction of the
Nicola Itlvor with Chaperon Creok, thence
running north and fundi,onomile in each
dl i-eol Ion, iH hereby extended forn distance
of four milos iiihliHonnl In endi direction,
northerly and southerly.
Wm. smithe;
Chief Com. of Lands and works.
Lauds and Works Department, ,
.    Victoria, B. C, Ulh March. 1886.
Mhi him
KTOTIOB.
ALL PERSONS ARE hereby warned
against purchasing,, leasing or tros-
6assing upon the South-went Quarter of
ection 28. Townshlpa.New Westminster
District. D. McLEAN, M.D.
New Westminster.
Dated 12th, Me-ch, 188(1. Ulmhlm
NOTjOf.
In lhe Matter mt the -Estate of Henry a.
Hyde, nu Intestate.
A LL 1'KIiSONS Indebted lo the above
A cstalcare required to settle such Indebtedness forthwith, and nll persons having claims ngalnst said until to must send
la proved accounts to tbe undersigned, or
to.W. Norman Bole, hlssolloltor, on or before the mh day of April, 1866,
E. A. JENNS, Administrator.
Dated Uth March, 1880. mhlOM
NOTICE
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I.INTBND
to make application to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to purohnse (260) two hundred
nud fifty ncres of lnnd situate In New
Westminster Dlstrlel, und described as
follows: Commencing nt the north-west
corner post of my preemption claim No.
53; ihenee north, GO chains; thenoo oast, m
chains; thence south, 60 ehulns; thence
west, SO chains tn polntof commencement.
U. SI-1UNQEII, i   .
PoM, CHuqiikh.
Now Westminster. Feb. 8,1886. '
lWeitm
Toys, etc.
The Largest Stock on the Mainland,  and  second  to  no
House in British Columbia.
-80XT* AOENTS  FOR	
The Henry F. Miller Kano,
01 Boston,
The Dominion Organ,
Of Hown-Jinriilo, Ont.,
And agents for all the leading American
PIANOS & ORGANS
SPECIAL FORMS
RULED & PRINTED
On the premises, as neatly and cheaply
as at any othet establishment in the
Province.
HERRING'S
Drug Store!
New Westminster, B.C.
Fresh Stock Just Received
Uw rrlees Continued, vill
Fear's Soap, Scakes. $100
Enos Fruit Salt     90
Forus Plasters, 3 for. • 50
Fain Killer, F.D., 3 for 50
Eclectrie Oil, 3 for... ■ 50
Hop Bitters, per bot. ■ • 75
Warner's Safe Cure. ■ ■ 100
Homoeopathic Medicines 25
Jayne's Expectorant • • 00
Florida Water, large,
M.&L     50
Lubin's Perfumes     65
Camelline     50
Hall's Hair Vigor     75
Heave's Infants Food. 38
Hoyt's Cologne, large.    80
Citrate Magnesia      25
Holloway's Pills,     40
Cockle's Pills_ 40
Also, on hand a i£-*ge stock of fresh garden
Ms ma me mm mm
WIIIII.IJHALK AHD RF.TAIL.
A. M. III'IilllNG,
Chemist mul Druggist, CoinmMii Slreel,
'elite New Westminster.
—AGENTS   FOK	
Confederation Life Auurliwe Co-
North British ud Mercantile Fire
Insuranoo Co.,
 Agcnti for FlntO!***—-
fl aad SMU&FM SATES
SHirriNe rtEomrrsc
DUMB' BORIUiOKB,
mils or saik,
CUSTOM nOIIBI BLANKS,
MASKS, MOM. S0TM,
OBDIBS, BBOIiriB.
And til kind, ol Blank Book, ud BUnk
Fomu ou hand.
Nonos.
A COURT OF REVISION will be held In
A tlio Gouneil Cimmhoraon WEDNESDAY, the lllth dny of MAY, 188(1, at throe
o'clock In the afternoon, to henr com-
olulntti (If any) ngalnst tho Assessment
Roll of the Municipality of the City of
Now "Westminster lot 1880.
By ordor,
A. J. ALPORT, C.M.C.
New Westminster, 15th April, 1880.
aiil7tc
18 HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THIRTY
I dnys afier date. I intend making application to tho Chiof Commissioner of
Lands und Works for n License to cut und
curry nwny Umber from the following des-
crtbed lands In New Westminster "District:
CommenciiiK ut a stake set on thc west
shore Um* of lhe large bay Immediately
east of Centlo Buy, on Qtunbler Island,
nnd about n-qnnrler of a mile southerly
from head of said buy, tlicnco north, 40
chains; west,tlu Chains; south. 40 chains,
more or less, to shore lHieof s:ild bny-
thenco northerly, following shore line of
said bay to polntof commencement, con-
talnliiB 2*10 acres, more or less;
ISAAC JUNKIN8 HAYDEN.
Per A. O. UAMnr.B, Agent,
New Westminster, B. C.
22nd March, 1880.       24m hi in
NOTICE.
In tho Estnte of Henry O. Hydo,
deceased, .
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
the uiiilersiBiioil, or by Vf. NORMAN
BOLE, his solicitor, on or boforo the 17th
day of May, 188U, for tho purchase of an
undivldeii half Interest In Lot tl, Block27,
In tho City of New Westminster, alia ulso
for tho purchaso of an undivided half It)*
tercst in Lot 78, Group I, in Now Westminster District.
E. A. JENNS,
Administrator.
Dated 10th April, isstt. apl?td
IIN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRIT SH COLUMBIA.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
nil pet'siuis iii-tfiih-il totlu'laic (iuorgc
Green, formerly of ttie City of New Westminster, ileoensi-d, nre lvqui'sli'd lo pay
the amount of their indebtedness to the
Undersigned at New Westminster, forth*
with,and all persons having any claim
ngalnst the c-tntoaiv iviini'stml tn furnish
pui-tlfiiiliirs 1 hereof, duly verified, within
one month from thii- .lute
COHUt>n-D, McCOLl.it ATKINSON,
Solicitors for Administratrix.
Dated Slrd Minvli, IK80. -Jlinblm
IN PROBATE.
la lhe guild* or l»AMi:i JAMEH HOB*
SOX, llri-rtui i-rf.
VTOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll| ull persons fiiilobtod tn the late Dun-
ltd .lames Rubsou, formerly of New Westminster, deceased, or lot lie tlrm of Robson
A Smith, of which the snid decoonei! WM m
partner, are requested to pay the amount
of their Indebtedness tothe undersigned
ntNow Westminster, forthwith, nnd nil
Cersons hnving any claim against ttio es*
ite of said deceased, or against suid linn,
ara required to furnislilpnrticiilnri! within
onemouthfrn-n this date.
Dated UmiMurcb.ltWO. u - ', ,
CHAS. GEORGE MAJOR,
mhattd -    ■     '      Executor.
asrcffiiOB-
\TOTIOE I« HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll we intend to muke application to
the Chief Commissioner of Lnnds and
Works for-.permission to ,pureliase (840)
six hundred and forty ucres of land ■iluale
In New Westminster District nnd described us follows:      ■■ •
Com in ene I n g ntnpost about 20 ehulns
east of tho northeast 'corner of Lot 272,
thonco north, 40 ehains: thenco, yresUtO
ehains; thenco south; to|cluilns; thenee
east, no ohnlns to point ot commence*
ment
Commencing nt the northenRt eornerof
Lot 2HT-, thenee north, 40 chains; thence
wesl, 80.chains; thence south, OQ chnins:
thenee east, 40 chnins; thence north, It)
ehains: thonee eust,40 ehulns to polntof
comment-emeu t,
•B. SPRINGER.
lln mm) Inlet, B.C., 10(h April, IBM.
17up2in
asroTiazE).
T THB UNDERSIGNED intend making
I application tothe Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for permission to purchase three hundred and twenty nereB of
landfaapftores) situate in,New Westmlniter District, and on the north Bide of Durrani Inlet, commencing at the northwest
corner pout of Lot 273, thence truo north,
80 chains; thoncn true east, 40 chains:
thence true south,Mchains tothe north
boundary of Lot I?3; thence truo west, 40
chains along said boundary to the place
of beginning. WILLIAM POWER.
New Westminster, Feb, 23,1880.     24fe2m
3r>TOXIOB.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll "I Intend to apply to the Honorable
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
to purchase 200 aores of land, more or less.
In New Westminster District, described
as follows:
Commencing at tho northeast cornel
post of Lot 204, Group I, thence north
about 80 chains; thenco west about 20
chains to eastern boundary of timber
lease; thenoe sooth along suld eastern
boundary to northern boundary of Indian
Reserve; thence along snid northern boundary line easterly to point of commencement, C. G. MAJOR,
New Westminster, Feb. 8th, I860.
10re2m
 All tht Leading	
NEWSPAPERS
 AND	
PERIODICALS
Regularly received,  Subtcripttons taken
(or any Publication at lowMt ratal.
ALT We import direct from manufao
turera, and cannot he undmold in thia
Provinoe.
T, R. PEARSON & 00.,
COLUMBU   STRKET,
New   Weitminiter, B. 0.
1
Importer and Dealer in
Fiily Gratis!
.—AND-r-
PROVISIONS.
Imported in quantity,
First-Class in quality,
Sold at Bottom Prices
The best Place In the
Oity to buy your
Groceries.
D. McPHADEN,
Dcttne's Briok Block,
NKW WK8TMINBTKB.B.C.
mhl **   ■
NOTIOE.
VTOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll application will bo mnde to the Lck-
lelatlvt Assembly of the Provlhce of British Columbia, at the noxt session thereof,
for un Act to incorporate a Company for
the purpose of construct ing, equipping
and maintaining, gasworks, und supplying gas to consumers at the terminus of
the Canadlun Pacific Kailway at Coul
Harbor and English Bay, Now Westminster District, and of doing'ull nets nnd
things requisite or convenient for effecting tho purposes aforesaid.
J. ROLAND HETT.
Langley Ht., V fetor In.
Solicitor foi tho Applicants.
Dnted 10th December, 1BSS de'iitc
BrilM Columbian
NOTICE!
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT 30 DAYS
after date I Intend making application
to tho Chiof Commissioner of Lnnds and
Works for a license to cut und carry away
timber from the following described lnnds
In New Westminster District:—
Commonelntntupolnton theenstsbore
lino of Gambler Islnnd, about '2H miles
northerly Jf rom Halkett Point,and about
iri ehulns northerly from a small creek,
thence west,-10 ehnins; south, 80 ehnliis:
east, 40 chains, morn or less, to the show
line of Gambler Islnnd: tlienco northerly
following meandering*- of shore line lo
point of commencement; containing 320
acres, more or less,
HENRY ROSS.
New Westminster, B. C,
March 12,188B. ISmhlm
NOTICE
SH HEREBY .GIVEN that amplication
will be made to the Legislative Assem-
yof the Province of British Columbia,
at Ihe noxt session thereof, for nn Act to
Incorporate a company for the purpose of
oonktructlntr, managing and mnintAliiIng
Water WorkH at the terminal point of the
Canadian Pacific Railway on Coal Harbor
and English Bay, and for tho purposes
thereof granting lothe suld eoinpany the
privilege of taking wuter from Cnpilano
Creok,Burnnby Lake or other suitable
points, with power to tho snid company
to build flumes, aqueducts, lay pipes, erect
dams, oi-qulre lauds, and do nil other acts
lliuun, w-ijiiiiu inuiiB, i>ii>i uu mi uuiiki  num
and things necessary for tho'purposes
aforesaid.
EBERTH 4 TAYLOR.
Solicitors for Applicants.
' Dated September (Wth.1883. defitc
lslu
fcTOTlCfiP.
OTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN THAT
islutlvc Assembly of the Province of Brl
Ish Columbia, nt the next session thereof,
for an acl to Incorporate a company for
the purposo of constructing, managing
and maintaining -water worki at the terminal polntof the Canadian Pacific Rallwny, on Coal Harbor and English Bay,
and also at Port Moody and the City of
New 'Westminster and adjacent places,
and for tbe purposes thereof granting to
the ibid company the privilege of taking
wator from the Coquitlam River or Lake.
wltbpowerlo the said company to build
flumci.aqueducte.loy pipes, erect dams,
acquire lands, and do alt other acts and
thfngs necessary for the purpose! afore*
said. CORBOULD A, McCOLL,
Solicitors for Applicants.
Dated November 9th, 18S5. nollte
Estate of Trapp Bros.
rnHB business of
TRAPP BROTHERS
Will in the future bo curled on nnilor
th. tbove style and under the management of
THOS. J. TRAPP.
jylBtd (By order).
. SHEW
JACKSON'S
-tvssam-tf
Navy Tobacco.
Wa oall the attention of consumers to
the superiorohowliiBqn»litleiof thlsmost
excellent Tobacco. Hnmplei will be sent
frae by applying to L. A K. WKRTHHIM-
BS, M* aad SM mat Slreel, Ban Fran-
eUeti Cal., Sole Agents for Pacific Coast,
The goods are tor sale by all the prinoipal Jobbers In British Columbia.
T. N. HlBBEN a CO.
STEAM
ESTABLISHMENT,
Columbia St.
New Westminster, It. f.
AND GENERAL DEALERS IN THR
many varieties of stock Indirectly
connected with the above.
Having studied the best mnrkotsfor the
past -quarter of a century, economy In
pun-basing has been attained by Import-'
Ing In quantities direct from tho publisher! ahd manufacturer!, and no palm li
■Bared to keep a full nnd wolSelected
stock.
Old Muonlo Building, Goverment St.
VICTORIA, B. G.
•r The following New Booka Juat re*
celvedi Caaa-Jlaa rirtNrts, by MartiaU
•f Uraet Trrniary •' ■aagt Wraw's Ua<
rlTalM rawlir Atlas, oc»to
COMMERCIAL
PRINTING
Every Description
PKOMPTLY EXECUTED
jJjrU,  _IJJ_
FIRST-CLASS STYLE
Bill Heads,
Circulars,
Letter Heads,
Envelopes,
Cards,
Tags,
Posters,
Programmes,
Legal Blanks,
Show Cards,
Books,
And aU Sorts of Plain
or Colored Work.
f\VK FACILITIES FOB
COMMERCIAL PRINTIN8
Ar* fur beyouil thoeo ol any other ceUb.
lithment on the Mainland, and onr prices
will compare favorably with thoee of
Viotoria.
Done on the Premises,
Wo have a lirstclnss KUI.1NH MA.
CHINE, and are prepared to rale all
binds of form, to order.
it-Plain Binding neatly done,
D. ROBSON A CO
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