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Array OOTOrnmont Priiiling o*!
i.
MBIAN.
NEW  WE8TMINSTEK, B. 0., FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 11, 1888.
NUMBER 111
rv.woi.*>e«ivtt,*a.b.
on street, opposite rear*
al Hotel.
»*SC»-A«ne« St., oaposltr
'Smvk. T-depiione Ho. as.
orriOE hours-io an. toll noon; 2
u to Sl and 6:*» to t p. m.        .       dnoloto
OP*M0Ei MeKenile street.    '     :  '"'
(iff ICE IloOMiWto ltiA» Bit 108.
CI   *.COOP«H,B.A.,I__P.,
n. .,tiiki^'*iiiMid\k.7,■.:•..;■
ttKKIOE and RESIDBNCE-^CharTOlS BU
. _ .^TBNITV OF THANKING THEIR NDMEEOPS PAT-
rons tor the very liberal support extended to them in the past add of Informing
them that they are still to ho fouud at the OLD STAND, and trust that by careful
attention to business ia all Its details to still merit and seoure that large share of
-patronage which has always been extended to them. ^ .
;i   "Small ProWnnd Quick Betui*-^^
fess that we have not «t Solved the problem of BUYING Ud SELLING and LIV.
[IlfO BY THE LOS?,' yet at- the samo time we do olaim that we have discovered
WHEN, WHERE and HDW TO BUY -tho numerous Articles that we carry.
rHenire, by buying In the'best markets,it themoper seaaon, sjeanabtatboBer
our Customora the VERY BEST MANUFACTURES at
coital w»8f.,Sew
omUBiHOmlsM* to 10 a. m.|* Itt i attft
ASotosivm: -Calls ln.town and conn.--
try promptly attended to.    :     ie_tc
IV.
WKLSII,
- '-: DENTIST.
Room It,   .    -   .    -     - Colonial IloUrl.
Omon Homa-ie to 4. ' dfottd
:b.
A. SMITH.
BENWST.
, Graduate of Penh College of Donlul Surgery, '
Omoxs-Bnnk BulMIni;.
| pvB-SOCW« MeceiX,
BARRISTERS,
II ATB.Q •SUUCHORB, BIO.
O.'llem. MasiiiilbBdlldlngs, New Westminster, and V'luoouver, B. C.     Jyaidwto
im c. ATKi>ao»,
RARRISTBR, SOUOITOR, 40.
■MoKensle streel.
;   ' ;■ <... -i *    U      .;.-•■
.folate New Westminster, B, 0.
tnr wouHAtr nor*_ii, «.<--,
UARR1HTER-AT-LAW.
;..n*At>nt Money to Ixian.
^    Columbia SI
tttte
S'lliriili'l-TllH blla __tlli
ew Westminster, B. c.
/ilo.v k ,MACi.irnE,    .
ARCniTEOTS,
IprviOH Rooms,
Ov^r Bank of B. C,
Columbia Street.
Irs w aiiAtr.
ARCHITECT,
^OKHira-Ciirniir Mary and Olarkson Ste.
,.    dtffc25te
riTILMAM It. KINO,
***"■ ARCHITECT,
aiLDINO 4 LAND SURVEYOR,
^>«cb—New Mnsunlo Rlook,
kiwaplSlo .    Westminster.
■> L.BEHT J.HII.L,
■' M, Can. Soo. C. E.
U'll. BNBINEER,
'   LAND SURVEYOR and
ORAVOUTSMAN.
Irioa-Xew Masonlo Block,
I*wmhl51e' , Now Westminster.
I/.J:
WALKER ak <*•„
'DITORS, ACCOUNTANTS, and|
, OENBR.U. FINANCIAL AOENTS.
iank Bomnm,
Now Westminster, B. 0.
■o-Olore Road, Halifax, England.
-i      dwJny3lo
j**   TRAPP,
AUCTIONBIR AND APPRAISER,
nmblaSlreet,............New Weelralnster
,11 eommlsilnus will receive prompt
oarafel attntloa.   Beat reforenoH
|a when required. mh!2-to
RAND BROS,
mi. taiTa-ric brokbri,
P»hv« yaacara, Calleelors,
.'   Anal l.snr.iac. Aaratata,
leas at VICTORIA! Fort Btreet,
raneouver and pew Westminster City.
ARM, LANDS or superior Quality fur
Ulwnaiilr, PoH Hammond,
TlMi-rM*!^
_. ___Hlilted!TUd:thefoll-
loii furnished at all ouroflt
tetete —1<
ININIH. tlBTlflinH
e aa Small Sumsof Ueoey Advanoi
ixmmi&-tf
- -       *«f WtjA-JB^-Jtrfte**
SSSM-fra
iCES. We K»»»f^*aaed v«y .largely for the present aeaeoh and with the
stock already received and. on the way, we claim to hare one of the beet selected
Stocks in British Columbia.   We carry full lines of ,
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds of the best makes; Cross-cut & Hand-Saws,
BaPlied Wire for Fencing, and all the necessary Utensils for Farming)
Puller Blocks. Snatch Blocks, Bope & Chain in all ekes; Pitch,
r|-|,.t_   _1>,  Anlr*>-na>   1-<»_.n.1    n      *•«-•■•        *•*     * -        «™—■_*_■_. «»._»—»_    i>_   n9->
. nper for Buildlngi Paints & Oils
^" uid Paints In aU shades; Floor Paints randy to rr so; Grind
A. ...     .-„      .........   .
Tar & Oakum; Tarred and Plain
'Inalltooni Liquid Paints In all sl      .      ,        . 	
Stones) Wall Paper iu all designs; Brooms & Brashes for all purposes;
Lubricating Oils) Traps of all descriptions, large enough to catch the China-
  _.     ipl
man who steals your ehickeni, the Bear or Panther that get away with your family
of pigs, and smnll enough to annihilate iho Mouso that destroys your grain and
-nibbles at your ohcose. ,■    ■■ ■
1ST Special attention givon to orders by mall, and If you have any doubt where
to buy auy particular artiolc, why go or Bend to    -
T. J.TRAPP* Ca,
dwapstrs
Colombia Street, Ne«r Westminster.
.'''''' BBTASZ.X8BI-B-D 18«8.
JAMES
-    Columbia Street,   Westminster. B. C.
Hardware, Agricultural ImpteMenls
Paints, Oils, Glassware, Crockery, Wall
.   Papers, Wooden Ware.
STOVES AND RANGES
xxr o-hhiAlT Tj^axmnrr.
TiiiwttPe, Hollowiure, Plumber's Goods, Iron Ptoe
"■';'■ ••*;-*"■ 'imii' nttlnss. $"*?.   : ■ ' ■ -: -v
Manufacturer of Tinware. Employs none but first-class Workmen. Contracts for Sheet-iron Cornice Work, Gas Fitting,
Plumbing, Roofing, ftc, ftc.
*s»AH Work Guaranteed to (Give Satisfaction, dwmhieml
a.a..._. ....Mud Buy-	
'__n. Ft»nvrpiiimper*s Pass-Sunday, 16,
From Konaimo (direct matl)~Satillday,
POST OPPIOE HOUMi'
Money Order Hours-9 to 17 dally; and
fleneraf Delivery from 9 to ID (7 p.m.),
Tuesdays, Thursdays uud Saturdays; 9 to
18, Mondays, Wednesdays and Frldaye-
exoeptwheu mulls arc lretur_ intulc up or
sorted.
GLOBE   HOUSE
NOTICE TO THE LADIES.
-.r '*JUST   ARRIVED,
LATEST LONDON & PARIS FASHIONS
STRAW HATS ^ aU Shapes,
BONNETS of the Newest Style.
AI-SO-A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
Ribbons, Flowers, Wings, Feathers,
Hat Ornaments tk Trimmings.
O.A.X.X.  a&-IrTri   _HwKA.J*EIJSriD.
MRS, WM. RAE.
WING ^UST
RECEIVED A
MENT PF
FINE ASSORT-
Skirts,   Chemises,
Presses, Aprons,
Hot Shams, Infante' Roto A Slips, ftc,
W§ W aBfiferiHg, the Qm«r« Lot on 30 PER CENT, BELOW tho
«i.Hal If oen
.  1 j^Tneae"Gtxi4s aro marked In plain figurcn and are GENUINE BARGAINS. '
WALKER & SHADWELL,
'•iM.UMBIA STJIE^T.    ,-..    r
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Civic OpfioaHfi.—Mayor, Kobert Dickinson; City Clerh, Capt. ItfiBdiBOU; Police Mii(j;i8trnl*>, T. C. Atkinson: Chief
EnKlnecr Fire Deport mont, W. Corbett;
As«ls»imt, II.HwwI.
Court Officials.—Judge 0/ the Supreme Courl, Hon. J. P. McCreight: Regis-
fcii, W. U* Fuldlng; Sheriff, W.J. Arra-
strongr,
Pkovinoiai. OFFiOKRH. — Government
ont, Chan. Wumleb; lieglstrar of Titles,
__ W. Armstrong; Supt. of Provincial
Asylum, Dr. B. I.T»ntley: Bitraar of Asy-
Juin, Jan. Plillllpe; Governor of Central
PrlBon, Wm. MoreBby; Steward Royal Columbian Hospital, Chas. DJrby; Immigration Agent, Jno. Sprott; Cohi-— "'
irbner, W.
_. Ferris.       • ■   '* .■.■■)'
■ Dominion Offioia*lb.—Poitmartw, J. 0.
Brown: Collector of Castom^J.8, Clute;
Warden: of Penitentiary. A. H. MeBrlde;
Dominion Land Ageat, H. 3. W. Aikman;
 ntraiiibu. w. aimiihu;
.'Imber .Agent^T. \JIIgglnson;
nwpeolor of Flab BrIos,Tlio8,irowat-     v
U*KPHEHRNTATiyEs.-Sflnator, Dr. T. R.
Mclnnes; Honsft of Common^, Donald
Chisholm; Provincial Irfgltloture, Oapt.
W.N. Bolo,Q.C.
MAILS CLOSE AND ARRIVE.
oxtosza
For Can. Pac. Ry,—Dally (oxcept Sunday
and Monday), at 12.46, and on Saturday
(for dispatch Sunday) at 22.
For Vlctorln, V. I., and Western IT. S. 001-
ces—Monday, 12AH- Tuesday, 8.16 and 19;
Wednesday, o.:{0; Thiimiluy, 8.16 amUd;
Friday, fl.W; Snturdi.y.8.15/
For Vancouvor, Moodyvlllo andBurrarU
Inlet—Dally (except Hunday) at 8,15.
For Port Moody—Dally (except Sunday)
For Lttdnor's I>amllug and Lulu Island-
Monday, 12.40; Tuesday and Thursday
il at 19. ,. :., ■■•._..-
For Clover Valloy, Hall's Prairie, Surrey
Centra and Langley Pralrl o-SaturdBy,
9. .'    >.-.
For North Arm and Sea Island—Thursday, 13.30.
For Elgin nnd Mud Bay-Saturday, 18.45,
For Plumper's Pass—Monday.'lA'B;
For Nanalmo (direct mall)—Tuesday, 19.
, ,    P-.TTH   , -..., j.fl.
From Can. Pac. Ry.-Dally (except Saturday) at 13.
From  VlcUirln-Simday,   Tnesday and
Thursday 18: Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday, 11.30.
From Vancouver, Moodyvlllo and Bnr-
' rard Inlet—Dally (except Sunday) at 16.
From Port Moody—Dally (excopt Sunday)
From 'Ladner's Landing and Lulu Island
—Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, 19.
From Clover Vnlley, Hall's Prairie and
Langley Pralrle-Frlday, IB.
From North Arm and Sea Island—Thursday, 12.
SS1" i£_Kl5 R"i*^dB^_s,ati,^t'r»1:1,
ir
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varlee. A marvel of
purity, strength ond wholosomijnflss. More
economical than the ordinary kiada, and
cannot, be sold Ih com pel Hion with the
multitude of low test, short, weight alum
or phosphate powder*. Sold only In cans.
RofALBAKINQ POWDWI Co., K. WmII Ht,
New York.' I   Mely
TO LET:
STOIIB ON COLUMBIA STORK]', lu
BankofKCBiill-Uug.  AppFyto
dinhauti        HENRY V. EDMONDS.
FOR SALE.
A  THOROUGH-BRED JERSEY BULU
Apply to
dwmy2ral
R. MATHESON,
B. C, Cannery,
FOR   SALE.
ONE-HALF* INTERE8TIN llio LANO-
lcy Hum- nml I .lining Mill: mill In
good onlor. For nnrtlculnrs apply on tlie
premium to H.WE8T,
Or, Mo»rm. DKAKE, JAOKSON,
apl8lo A nELMOKEN Viotoria,
Tug for Sale!
aWO BOAT 7fl FEET; COMPOUND MA-
.   chlncry, by Eastern tnakors.
Apply to
,   Messrs. HEWICKR A WULFFSOHN,
djafito Vaucouver, B. C.
Land for Sale,
BEINO CORNER LOT 111, BLOCK i N,
Itiuign fl W., Lijhi ^hiinl-i*oiitnliilng
100acres ot Prlmo FARMINU
»to 0
from
Price, tat per aern purl .ish «udhal,
anoeon time with intyr^tut lu per cent.
dwmli2|in2
ito oil a good rond, and about l)i miles
tho North 11 rm of Francr River, B. C,
J. 11. TODD A SON.'
VlclnrKM.0.
Hotel to Lease!
flWlE NEW TMIiKK-RTOny MUCK
"QUEEIfS" HOTEL,
r.-rm-i .i< frioinrnl A folnmlrlnflt«.
A|r|ilytu-   II
I        W.  A.  DUNCAN,
Awbstile Now Weatminater, B.C.
inilg § ritish €ote*mbian
lililM Evening, May 11, 188a.
Brlll.li I'.laiafela ftafemtee.
At the afternoon session yesterday
the committee on Sabbath observance made the following report.*
" Believing, as we do. that the law
of the Christian Sabbath is of universal application, and that its observance secures physical, mental
and moral good to society, and recog-
ing the widespread desecration of
the day throughout this provinoe in
suoh ways as the running of passenger and freight trains, excursions
by Mils; atoaiuboats ahd stages,
the opuuing of saloons, cigar stands
ahd confectionary stores, base ball
playing, gunning and fishing, and
the publication of newspapers; and
deploring the fact that our legislators have hitherto failed to place on
our statute books any effective legislation by whieh such open and continuous profanation of the Sabbath
may be prevented; wei hereby submit for the adoption of the conference the following resolutions: (1)
That a petition setting forth: our
views as a church, in common with
other churches, in reference to Uie,
nature and observance of the day,
and praying for direct legislation on
the matter, be sent from this conference to the local legislature. (2)
That a committee bo appointed for
the drafting of a petition to be circulated among our people in order that
tbey, too, may join with iia' in the
endeavor to secure, if possiblr, such
legislation. .(3) That a Sabbath lie
set apart by authority of this conference in which all our ministers shalt
preach sermons with special
enee to tbe subject. (4) That the
president of our. conference be re:
quested to issue a pastoral letter directed to ther pastors, and
tions of our *^f
throughout the bounds bf this oon'
ference, in which the doctrinal vitwi
we hold in reference to the day shall
bo clearly and definitely wt forth,
and a speciul appeal made to all our
people to unite thtir prayers and
efforts to overthrow ana destroy this
gnat evil of Sabbath desecration.
(5) That special attention be given
to the educating of our children on
this important subject (6) That
whenever possible sound religious
literature bearing on tliis matter be
circulated in order to counteract, as
far as possible, the floods of pernicious literature that are coming from
abroad, and to which, wo bolievo, a'
large amount of the skepticism -that'
prevails in reference to this day is
attributable. (7) That the accompanying resolution, signed by the
secretary and president of this conference, be at onoe forwarded to Uie
0, P. R. authorities in reference to
the projected movement to replace a
Sunday train botweon Vancouver
and Westminster." The above report was adopted, as Vas alio Ihe
resolution following: "Whereas
some six montha ago, at the request
of the religious publio of the eity of
Vanoouver, the 0. P. R, authorities
very kindly canoelled the Sunday
local trains running between Westminster and Vanoonver, and discontinued handling freight in connection with their tnns-Pacific line of
steamships; and whereas thin conference learns with very great regret
that influence is being used to secure
the restoration of this train service;
and whereas between these two
points ordinary train connections
still exist whereby those who feel
obliged to tratel on the Lord's day
have the opportunity of doing so;
therefore, resolved, that this conference placo on record iti unqualified
disapproval of such a retrograde
movement, and earnestly hopes that
the wise judgment which guided the
0. P. R, authorities in their former
action may lead them to reject any
such proposals."
A statistical statement showing
the membership of the Methodist
ohurch in tho four districts was presented, from which the following
facts are taken: Victoria city reports a membership of 386, an increase of 177 during the ytjor Ithis Is
exclusive of OhiiiMc, ot whom thore
are 24 irj\aml*en); Saanich ,24, decrease]!.; Maple Day 24, decrease 1;
Nanaimo 63, increase 9; East Ooast
Indians 49, increase 3; total for
Victoria district, 540, inorease I'.lfl.
Westminster 153 members, increase
43 (besides 7 Qlilneae); Vanoouver
11|, increase i'i; Delta and Richmond 47, docreose 9; Maple Ridge,
38, increase 13; Langley 39, increase
3tlj Sumas and Oliilliwhaok, 137, increase 3; Indian tribes 109, inorease
6; total for Westminster district,
637, increase 158, Kamloops 24,
inorease 20; Nicola 92; Clinton 22,
increase 13; total for Kamloops district 68, increase 33. Port Simpson
487, increase 2; Nans River 2U.
decrease 29; Bella Iloll« 1»1, increase 5; Port Islington 148, increase 'Jl j Queen Charlotte Island
■_\, increase 85; Upper Skeena 61,
'"'        ' T|
Children Cryfor RtchertCwtorli
increase 35; total for Port Simpson
district 1259, increase 119. Total
membership in the four districts
2504, increase 509.
BY TELEGRAPH.
Tke ram lines tke rapal Beeree Aftw
■Ulan Delli»raUo.—J.ha Dill...
Jl. P, Set. Six HMtlu.
Tke Emp.ror*. reunion impmlaf.-
Tke Eaalbkau* Ke«U la Ike final
W>IMat_ H.lek.
UBT maWS DISFlTOHIg;
' liiilTjun colvsoiAa ' ■£ ■
Omwi, May 10.—Hon.Mr."Abbott
intimated in the senate yesterday that
tho government will likely increase the
industrial schools in British Columbia.
The schools are three in number just
at present. The government hu decided to substitute the post office isv-
inn? bank system for the Dominion savings banks iti British Columbia.:
LOKO noaKBlftY TO VISIT CUUOA.
LoNDbir, May 10.—Iibra.Rosebery
intends to visit Canada in reference lo
the Imperial' federation movement.
He has not yet been able to reply, hut
it is expected that he will accept and
will visit Canada during' this coming
summer. Lord Rosebery is tho leader
of the movement here,- kit takes a
Tory practical view of theqjestion, believing thst imperial unity, will only
come when the empire i» ready for it..
He is decidedly adverse to foKin** the
question in sty way upon the colonies.
The friends pf the movement here are.
anxious that Lord Rosebery's visit to
Canada should allay the fear lhat the
movement implies any risk to Canada's
present practically independent control of her commewial and political
■In '. .
'■' ;thiqiusTioNor duxnoki.
i, rOoitmSR, May 10.—The Right Hon.
Bdwsjd S'anhope, Seoretary of State
'for War, wu waited npon by .deputation of members of the House of Commons this afternoon, and interrogated
as to the defences of Strand,. the
means at hand for tha protection of
h«r porta, and especially the extent of
the facilities for preventing a foreign
attack upon the occupation of London.
Mr. Stanhope detailed at length the
Governments plans explaining that it
waa intended to utilise the volunteers
to repel invasion at whatever point
such a movement might be attempted.
The tenor of Mr. Stanhope's replies,
indicated that the Oorennwtit i> fully
alive to the possibility of a successful
attack upon any of the important English ports, and of the inability of the
navy alone to prevent it. Hitherto a
foreign invasion of England bas been
deemed impossible, and thesuggestions
made from time to time that it would
be well to augment the precautions
againit such sn occurrence hare been
indignantly scouted as unworthy of
consideration. The warnings of Sir
Charles Dilke and Lord Beresford,
however, accompanied as they have
been hy specified portions of the weakness cf the defences, the inefficiency of
the army, and the inadequacy of the
navy to the requirements of the present methods of warfare, hsve aroused
a popular feeling of insecurity and
finally awakened the government to a
realixation of the justice of the strictures upon tho service, and the appeals
for increased means of defence. The
reported friction between Mr, Stanhope and Oen. Wolseley Is entirely
baseless. Oen. Wolseley entirely appreciates the situation, and is in hearty
sympathy and co-operation with the
plans adopted by the war office.
THE SALVATION A11MV.
MoNTkMi, Msy 1ft—The Salvation
Army ia holding a groat jubilee celebration this week, which has been attended by vast crowds. Major Spoon-
er, the divisional leader, announces
that the cadets will be sent 2 by 2 to
the French portion cf the province,
ahd were willing to lay down their
lives if called upon. It is expected that
some will have to do so, for many
threats and warnings havo already been
received. Especially is thia the case
in Three Riven, where they were
warned vows havo boen taken to kill
the lirst Salvation cadets making an
appearance Tho feelings ilieroaro
iiittw bitter that clsowhoro, be-
cauto ,a Catholic priest converted in Montreal wiw now .holding meetings under tho army's auspices
in western Canada. This statement
caused a decided nonunion. The priest
referred to is the Itev. Phillip ie Sai-
biere, formerly a "frapp'st Monk, who
labored many years in the mission
field in tho Northwest, and, coming
to Montreal, was poransded to attend a meeting of tho Frenoh army
and became converted. He is now
at headquarten in Toronto, and will
shortly leave at the hoad of « mountain brigade, which starts in Maroh ao-
ross the Northwest to Vanoonrer,
Thia brigade oouaiale of hardy men,
who, carrying nothing but knapsseks,
will visit the various settlements among
the mountains, holding meetings
among the railroad navvies and settlers, Work among the Northwest
Indians is also about to commence, as
some recent convert* in Manitoba know
their language, and have volunteered
for the work. "Our style," said the
major, "just suits Indians,"
THIS KOBlflNQfi MSN-fCUS.
A PAYKH-rill, KOW.
San FaANonco, May 11.— Among
thepaaaeugenbyetr, Umatilla, which
■ailed for Victoria this morning, was
Henry Peterson, the oanman. John
Muirhoad, backer of Peterson, reoeived
a dispatch from Victoria lsst night informing him that Wm. Payne had
•iuned articles forwarded to him to row
ftrjtenon a single scull race in Victoria
harbor on 23d Jvwe for 02000.
A HO X1A-KHTU.
Hmbna, Mont, May 11.—A despatch from Livingstone says: In the*
national psrk, Eicelsior Geyser, tU
largest in the world, is discharging a
column of water 16 feet in diametsr
and 300 feet high. Eruptions - oocur
every 45 minutes, and are of from 3 to
6 minutes duration. Immense quantities of limestone, lava, stones and
silica are thrown up with each eruption.
PASSBIOIB IIST.
Sah Francisco, May 11.—Passengers per Umatilla for Victoria: Mrs.
B. Harris and 2 boys, J. P. Brow-a.lt,
J. Bryant, Mi-ts J. WeUaoa, Mm
o" H.Jd " 't Wr^!!i_\u,U~'
Cameron, Mrs. Cameron and ehudj. 0.
Henderson and wife, Miss 0. Smith,
Nellie Prior, Miss A Smith, Mn. K
0. Prior ahd daughter, Mrs. 0. W.
Brewer, E. S. Flanagan, J. MaMuad,
H. Peterson.  . ..':■' i,. ',
AN EX-MAYOR SUICIDES. .
San Fkancisco, May 11.—A. J,
Bryant, ex-mayor of San Franoiedo aad
one of its most prominent citisans, sni-
cidod tbls morning by jumping off the -
ferryboat at Alameda Mole, into the
bay. The body was recovered. He
has been suffering from ill health during the past year.
OOT EVEN WltS Bill.
Tboy, N. Y., May ll-Itahf j.
Baker was to-day awarded $4S,0W
damages in her breach of promise suit
against William O. Barrows. Mta i
Baker was a school teacher and be*
came engaged to Barrows io 1885. Tta
years later Barrows married Miss
Buckley, an heiress. Three hundred
letters, from Barrows to Miss Baker.
were exhibited during th* trial;
'   NIKE.
PmsBimo, May 11.—Oyster «n4,;
Short's planing mill and Morerou e*s '
Co's. paint works were horned thk
morning.  Loss 184,000.     r
'j    AITERMATIIEI DHJnUUtlON. -   '
Rome, May 11.—The Attenedor,
the Vatican organ, today breaks Ua'
silence on the papal decree and points r
out the absurdity of the aonuataoo
against the pontiff that ho is truckling,
to foreign governments, and sacrificing"
oppressed naUonaKBetf/' It obserrie*
that those who consider the decree at e
result of recent pressure or persuasion
from Englsnd, have displayed an extraordinary ignorance of the whble
aflhir. In 1870 the pope watchad with
anxiety the first symptoms of the tendency toward lawlessness on the part
of the agrarian league, and ever slnoe
has occupied himself with the raattsr
in the intereat of Irish Catholic*, with
the utmost delicacy and patienoe.
ihib Airmooii-g Msriwui.
IHEFISHINO INTEKEsn.
San FEAN0i8Q6j_lf«',"U.:--Thev'ttr-
Albatross, of the -V. ___j
sion, arrived from ' .„RW_, „„
morning to look after the fishery Interests on the Pacific ooast
MUON SETS MX MONTHS.
Dublin, May It—The trial ef
John Dillon, eharged . with inciting
tenants not to pay rent, was coneloded
to-day. Dillon wu convicted and sentenced to six months' imprisonaiouk
with hard labor.
THE EMrEHOknEDUIOX.
Besiin, May 11.—The bulletin this
morning says the emperor's condition
during' the last few dsys has been Tela-
tivelygood. The fiver has been light
and his sleep, though ocoaalonaily
broken, has been refreshing, and hli
strength is improved.
THE ENGLISHMAN SHU LEADS.
New Yobk, May lt—At 9 a.m. the
score stood: Littlewood, 472; Guerrero, 452; Herty, 438; Golden, 415;
Noremac, 410; Hughes, 396; Dillon. ■■
388: Campana, 29a
rlDKO HAS A EELAISE.
MiUN.Mar lt-The emperor of Bnt'
sil has had a relapse. He shows syasp-
tomi of neuralgic cerebral congestion.
Hore doctors have been summoned to
attend hia majesty.
KEMrTONPAKI MEETINO.
London, May It—The Kempton
park spring meeting began to-day.
The race for the Kempton perkgnad
prise of 1000 sovereign*, for three fnr
olds, was won by Orowberqr, Napolla
second, Childington third. There were
nino starters.
THE   TROUBLE OVER.
London, May 11.—Tho Greek eon'
arrl at Monaster, whose recall was de-
uiamled by ihe Turkish government,
has returned lo his post The Greek)
imprisoned in connection with the recent riots have bsen i
BOULANORR   REPUDIATES.
Paris, May 11.-General Boulanger
repudiates the eloctorial placard, etr-
culated in his behalf in the department
of Isere, asking the saffragsa of the
people. He ssys he it not a candidate
and threatens to prosecute pattie*
using his name. ",-,,. -
railway accident.
Jersey Oity, N. Y., May lt-r At .
tho west end station on the Erie Rail- <
way, just outside Berlin hill tunnel,
this morning, theOnngeexpraaseraah-
ed into the rear can ot the local tnin,*
which waa standing still. Twenty pas-
sengeti were Injured, three fatally.
the conductors row-wow.
Toronto. May 11—At laat night's
session of the railway eondueten, tie
snbjeot of the engineen strike en' the
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy railway
was fully discussed in it* bearing eh ■
tho interests of conductors.    The re-".-:
port of the grand officers, oondemnlni
the strike and expressing approval of
the courso adopted by members of the
order, was indorsed. >"   ■."   fJ :   _v«*_
 :,m Mrtm«jA_ gaUg $ ritish Columbian
Fritter Kvealaa. Mar II. isss.
Not long-ago-wc intimated that
a rumor prevailed to the cllirct
that the steamur Rithet was being
fitted up to replace tho Yosemite
on the route between this city
and Victoria. This intimation led
the Westminster board of trade to
pass a resolution protesting against
the employment of a steamorof that
class.on a route where she would be
subject to the'severe 'storms, which
sometimes come up very suddenly
on the gulf, ahd before which any
Hat-bottomed stern-wheel steamer
would ba almost helpless. This
protest was forwarded to Ottawa;
but it does not seem to have borne
fruit) inasmuch as the Rithet arrived'here yesterday afternoon insteadof the Yosetaite. This steamer is said to have undergone a
thorough overhauling, her hull having been renewed and strengthened,
and her internal fittings having been
restored in such a way us to make
her present a very elegant and comfortable appearance. So far so good.
But paint and gilding and upholstering will not count for much
against a storm in the Straits of
Georgia. Theobjeotion of the people of this city to the Rithet is not
met at all by these changes and improvements. The steamer may be
the very best of her class, but it is
against the class that our objections
lie. It is a fact oapiible of abundant proof thntalarge'proportion of
thefejile'"of. this dity.wllt riot sail
across the straits on the Rithet if
they can possibly help it, and this
fact is based upon a general belief
that slip,is not u safe boat for such
a sefv'ipe. The result of placing her
on thia route, therefore, will be that
a large portion of the passenger traffic which naturally would go direct
from1 this eit^ to Victoria will be
forctSd.'into the Van'eiluver route,
which is comparatively costly and
inconvenient; and : the arrangement
will work against the interest of this
city. It is now stated that the
Rithet will only remain ori this
route temporarily until the Louise
can receive necessary repairs. If
this is the faet, and the duration of
the present arrangement is brief, we
shall have nothing further to say;
but Kit is intended that the Rithet
shall remain for any length of time,
we shall consider it out duty in
the publio interest to keep on protesting
At its last meeting the city council of Vancouver passed a resolution
asking tlmt the Sunday local train
service between that city and this,
which was discontinued about six
months ago, be restored. It is rumored that thb council of Westminster will follow with a similar
resolution, nut we hope the rumor
is groundless. Yesterday a resolution w—passed by the BKtish Columbia conference of the Methodist
ohurch protesting against the restoration of this Sunday tyain service;
and we ainoerelyrhbpe that, for the
good name and welfare of our province, the views expressed by the
conference, which-we believe have
the endorsement of a large proportion of the people, will prevail
againat the views of those who wish
to perpetuate Sabbath desecration.
Whatever miy be said inrexonse
for through traffio on Sunday,
no substantial reason can lie given
in support of a local train service
between'lhis city and Vnnbouver.
If exceptional circumstances should
make it necessary for any one to
travel .between the two cities on
Sunday, there is still one train a
day. Some people have gone far
enough to say that the withdrawl of
the local trains on Sunday has greatly injured the business of the two
cities. How much ground there is
for this assertion, we leave to the
common sense of those who know
the circumstances. A city that depends to any extent for existence
on such a contingency had better
put up its shutters at once and retire from business. But there is a
principle involved muoh more important- than the loss or gain of a
few dollars: it is the principle of
right and wrong. Many of the aldermen of this oity are members of
Christian churches, and probably all
of them give their countenance and
aid to the support and extension of
the Christian faith; and we presume
the same remark' applies' with equal
force tt the aldermen of Vancouver.
Is it possible that these men are
blind to the inconsistency of asking
the railway company to provide
special facilities for the desecration
of the Sabbathl If men are justified in breaking one of tho commandment* of the moral r law, are
they not equally justified in breaking thwUUMt If the SAbbath may
be deshetited Tri the interests of
trade without incurring guilt, why
■nay not also the command whioh
forbids one to steal, or to kill, or the
rettl When we bogin to shape our
conduct bjr purely mercenary principle*, thrusting a»ide the higher im-
polieathat constitute the nobler
part of man'* Mtdre, we may as
well declare at onoe that we do not
propose to let the authority of the
morel law influence our actions
Bt alL If the operation of. the
local train* bring* iW a-few dollars,
let mn%ltV~kt_ open-ourplaf/i
of business- on that day, run our'
•awmiffli, olir printing establish.
inents, our tneatres, and any other
concern where shekels are taken in
—and let iu cease to eall ourselves
laic Canadian News.
Montreal, Mny (i.— Tire proposal
mado some time ago to celebrate the
Queen's liii-ttVlny by a military review,
in M-lricli nil the dill'eient rcj'iJnonlB
were 'lo take part, hits been abandoned.
. Ourrf.rn, May fi.7~.At tliu assizes
here Grant vs Onriiock, an action for
breach of promise, waa in progress
whon the court adjourned. Tho plaintiff claims thut the defendant broke
tho engagement aftor keeping her company for ten years, without any apparent causo, nud married anothor lady
in Marchlast. The defendant says he
refused to carry out his promise on account of her profanity.
Sr, Pavl, May 8.—It ia announced
hero, on tlie best possible authority,
that 0.P.1&. ollicials have secured coif-
trol of tliu 'Suo' road, paying nino
millions for it. TIiIb will interfere- in
a moat serious manner with the Northwest securing competition in railways.
Quebec, May 8.—Metcior is laying
plans for abolishing the legislative
council,
Ottawa, May 6.—A painting commemorative of the ptiw-wow betweon
General Middleton and Puundmakcr
aftor the latter's surrender at Battle-
ford in 1885, attracts great attention
in the library. It is the work of Capt.
Rutherford, of "B" battery, Queboc.
In a circle about the general and the
chief, who, with tlie pipe of peace between them, are conversing with the
aid of an interpreter, there appear the
officers oqniinanding each of tlio corps,
composing Middleton and others of tho
division as well as several, minor oflicers. -A large number of Poundmaker's
leading supporters area also -shown in
the painting. This interesting work
has been produced from photographs
of the sevoral personages 'and the
grouping has bo'eri cleverly dqne. The
painting itself has lately boon photographed.' .'-.. 7 .   '
A Sluggish Liver
CaueoB tho Stomach ahd'Bowels to become disordered, and the; whole system
to suffer from debility. IitaTl such
oases Ayer's 1*1118 give 'ptumpfrelt-sf; ■,
After much suffering from Livor and
Stomach troubles, I have finally been
cured by taking Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
I always find them prompt and thorough
In their action, and tlielr occasional use
keeps meiri ajicrfectly healthy condition.---Ralph Weeraan, Annapolia.Md. .
■llVenty.five yeaTS ago I Buffered from
a torpid liver;' -which was--restored to
healthy action hy taking Ayer's fills.
Since that time 1 Imvo never been without them. They rojjulato.thts bowels,:
assist digestion, and inorease tbo appetite, more surely than any other modi-
cine.—Paul Churchill, Haverhill, Mass.
INVIGORATED.
I know of no remedy equal to Ayer's
Pills ior Stomach and liver disorders.
I suffered from, a Torpid Liver, and Dyspepsia, for eighteen months. My skin
was yellow, and my tonguo coated. I
had no appetite, suffered ftom Head**
ache, was pale.and emaciated. A few
boxes of Ayer's. Pills, taken in moderate
doses, restored me to perfect health.—
Waldo Miles, Oberlin, Ohio.
Ayer's Pills -g-jo a superior family
;medioino. They strengthen and invigorate the digestive o'rgons, create an appetite, and remove the horrible depression and despondency resulting from
Liver Complaint. I have used these
Pills in my family, for years, and thoy
never fair to give entire satisfaction.—
Otto Montgomery, O3hk09h, "Wis.    tt
Ayer's Pills,
freoared by Dr. J. O. Ayer & Oo.,Lo*woIl,Masa.
told by all Eruggiitfl and Denlera in Medicino.
AUCTION SALE
—-or—.
Real Estate!
OS SATURDAY THE l»"t DAY OF
MAY, I will sell by puUllo Auction,
the followlni! vory desirable Pnrails anil
Tracts of Lrvnd,,wll1cli will Ire found worthy the attention of capitalist* ami otlrenr
who may havo tho means nt their dlai/io-
sal. an lu view of tho proposed development In the nolfrhborhood of Fraser Kivor
aad Now Westminster City, property cannot fnll to advance very materially in
value In the near future, and hence, those
who can take advantage of present low
prices will reap a handsome return.
Royal Avenno.—That very desirable Lot
known lis LOT 8, BLK. 29, New West-
minster City, next tho residence of
Mr. Ohas. Warwick.
LOT 2, I*LK'. H. facing oh Government
-    Ileserve, N. w. City, close to Publlo
School Grounds.
LOT], SDB-D1V. of LOTS 1 * 2, BLK.
VI, suburban; corner Pellmrn St. and
Park Lane.
LOTS 1, I, 8| 14,116, 10. 17 A 22, Sllb-Dl-
vlslons of Lot. I, Ulk. 10, EMibnrban;
reserved atfjicapor lot.
EAST PORTION of LOT XI, BLOCK
80, City, being tilia-flflli of Kn ncrn,
moreor less, wltli House containing 8
mums, new fence lop anil bottom of
lot; house newly palmed fnslde and
nut and a good well of excellent water;
situate nenr R. C. Pinning Mlllr, between Quebec nnd Aucklnnd Streets,
City.
LOT XI nnd halt of LOT X, BLOCK A,
Agnes mroet; all fenirod] next to It. 0.
Hospital!--ono  of the best building
sites In.M.W. Oily.
LOTS 10 A 20, Bilb-Dlvlstolis sl LOT 15,
BLOCK 0.
LOT 2 and hnlf of LOT 8, boing Sub-Ill-
vlslons of LOTS 1 * 2, BLOCK VI, I'ol-
lirun SU, liinrr City Park.
A portion of  LOT 3, BLOCK 8, N. W.
City, containing '778 snnnro foot,
Anumbcrot ONE-ACRE LOTS on tho
■'   Brown Estate, Brownsville,
2 VALUABLE BUILDING WTS fronting on Yule Itnnd nnd Fraser River,
Brownsville;  olosn  tp .Govoruinont
wharf; 100 feet square.
North-West Quarter of LOT T, SECTION
7,   adjoining  Coast Meridian Road
, wliinli Is .open to semlabniiin Bay;
-.partly improved and contains 100 acres
excellent land.
The East portion of SECTION 28, BLOCK
5 North, ItANOB 6-West; containing
00 neres and measuring *0 chains by
211 chains; adjoining the fnrlfi of Mr.
Quigley.
The Boutli-Easl. Quarter of SECTION
NINE (»)■ TOWNSHIP 8, In tho Municipality of Surrey'! 180 acres,
LOT 828 ond part of MT UD, GROUP 2,
Township 2, Municipality of Maple
Ridge; about 80 acres.
LOT 34, BLK. 12. City; near the Royal
City Planing Mills.
Mr. B. Calblrrkrs HOUSE * LOT. kliown
an Lot 12, Sub-Dlv, of Lot, lo, Blk. VII,
NewWestmlnster Suburbs, which Is
f. O. LOYE,
tteiiiitrtnu Neatly Vane.  Ourk Bole
WoiknSpmlHliy.
«w'or*ler« promptly uHon-Jed to.
cinrkson St., In roinof CoIoiiIhI Hotel, ncxL to Kanci Bron.' ofllco.  dnolte
ircrzcB.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
we have mudo  application U> the
Minister of the Interior for o license to
out timber on  the following Dominion
Lnnds, vl*,:
"West % ot H. E, y Section 5, and,.
Eiwt W of S. W. M Hoetlon ii, Township
18, District of Now Weslmlnsler.
BRUNETTE SAW MILL CO. (Ld.)t
Uup27ml H. Ij, IJkIIkck, Manager.
Mat
» COURT OF REVISION * APPEAL
A will bo Held nt tho COUNCIL CHAMBERS on
Till !*S1>AY, Sist INSTANT,
At .1 oTclock p. in., when all complaints
against the assessment for 1888 will be
beard and determined.
By order,
drdyltd
J. A. ROBINSON,
C.M.C.
THIS SPACE IS RESERVED
STANLEY'S
English Spectacles!
dapnote.
roill; HAMMOND
NtJfPE ||
Frnlt. Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Prnlts,
And QARbfiR STOOK on hand in great
variety,   -r:
< Everything drat-class and lurnishod 111
good shape,
HS.fiiin'd"lScls. for valuable 80-papo Do-
scl-lpUve.Cataloktie with 8 beautiful' col-
ored Mates.  Price Lists sont free.
.IMldelg.fy. HENRY,
dw-deieta Port Hammond, B. C.
TEN CRATES & CASES
GLASSWARE
JUST ARRIVED PKOM THE EAST.
Plain White Ironstone Chine
IN ALL LINES.
Earthenware Flower Pots In all
sizes. .
Fnll assortment of HEW GI.ASSWAKE
cheap.
C. J. ROBSON.
diiiy2te
HIGH SCHOOL
Entrance Examination 1
THE SEMI-ANNUAL EXAMINATION
of iippllcnutx for entrance toa,High
School will bo held In llio Central Sohool
Building, Now Westminster, on
Wednesday, May 30th-,
Commencing at II n. iu.
Candidates must bo punctual.
S. D. POPE,     .
diuyOtd      I Supt, of Education.;
Loan Office!
MONEY   LOANED
On Watches, Pistols, Plate, or Qoods of
Any Description.
Second-Hand Furniture
BOUGHT 4 SOLD.
ADVANCES MADE
On Household Qoods or Property of
any kind.   ,  *,	
Lots! Lots! Lots!
Building Lots bold In any part oitho Town
on Monthly Installments to suit Pur*
chasers,  No Interest charged.
AU business strictly confidential.
'W'XXsXsXAJME XtSXXXV
AUCTIONEER
'     FRONT flTKEET,
str Next Door to Caledonia Hotel. >
dtvmyHto	
GRANT & MACLURE
Have Rooeived a Largo A»-
Kortmont of
Boots,Shoes
AND SUPPERS.
come and Sec Them.
GRANT & MACLURE
COLUMBIA   BTREET,
WKSTMINSTER.
dwap2te
HAVINO  nUCENTtiY  IMPORTED   A
HERD OF lilan-QRADE
I AM NOW PflSPAREI) TO DELIVER
AN\-WHER*-»J THIS CITY, EITHER MORiSjNa OR EVENING,
RICH JERSEY MILK,
Which I GuaraiitO!! to bo an Pure as lt
Coinoslrom the Cows.
flO-AH ord©i%left. at tho Storen of
Mossi-s. WOLFEKDliIN, H. M. CnNNINQ-
HAM A CO. und AUHTIN will receive
prompt alteiitloi;
dmhlflto 1H0MAS CUNNINGHAM.
plonsantly situated  on  the ponglas
vonA. The Hmwe is Ittxit, with kitchen
adjoining 12x18.   The upper part of
housfl unfinished,  There areamim-
Iter of Frujt Treeannd other improve-
montli
TEN I*OT8 in finb-PlV.of T.OTD, BLK.
.   n.Huhurhau; reserve ptl«Q, £'fl> to *3o0
ui   per Lo|U  „,      |
into eoromenfM nt ».!» Sntordny Kvcii-
in*, and will he held ul, the 4 0LWIMI,
JI«Ti;t,.New WrstminHler.
< tdVIctm* at Bale.
f.'.fc -fRAtfP,
I :umy3id XpcyiONBRR.
Harrison Hot Springs, B.C.
HEALTH AXD PLUAS1FKK RESORT.
STEAM, SAIL A ROW BOAT8 ON HAND
Bwlmniliiff. Vapor and Private BalliB.
With Experioncud AHondantK.
LAMES DEPARTMENT  SEPARATE.
Ternw, iM.Go to $».eoper buy.
Only G milea from Agaatilsf Station, (.'. P.
IL Reduced R. R. and Steamboat rales.
Kseuraion ratei good for 30 dayR from
WeBtininttter to A^iibslj; Staiiuu aud return, 86. Saturday pxcundon rale, Rood
until following Monday, f2.50. Comfoit-
able St-ugeH meet all Tralim. Ticket* ean
ho obtained at R. R. Otllce,     dap2»te2aw
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE,
28th March, 1H83.
Tho following telegram from His Excellency the Goveruor-Ocncral to His Honour the Lfeutenant-Govornor, In reply to
a telegram from His Honour, ntutlne that
ttvas.underatood'that partioa fitting out
for Hehrlng'8 Sea were.arming for the
purposo of radiating Helzuro, le publlnhod
for general Information,
JNO. RORSON,
Provlnelftl Secretary. <
TELKGRAM.
7 OTTAWA, Hth March, I8f«.>
To LifeviTBrAK'r-UqviiBKbu
OK RllITIBH CoLWjnKA,    ,
I , VlCXOBlA..
Your GovoinmiDt nlfould laaue public
notlco eautloning persona g<iln« qii Sealing
oxpedltlonK to refrain from aasertioii of
their rights hy force, and from taking on
hoard nrma and ammunition In excess of
their usual requirement*. The whole
matter Is engaging tho attention of Her*
Majesty's Government and forms thb subject of diplomatic negotiation^ now In
progross.' Any Intompet-ate action In thi
b)£$nwhlle would ho most detrimental to
British CqlHn>b||l.u Int-awsta , nud telglit
load to sorious cuuipll.catlvns and ho
followed by grave consequences to ttyose
concerned. ■■
ifllgiwaj,;    ' LAKSDOWMEi'
Hi o o k: !
20 PIANOS & ORGANS 20
On the Way.  Will Soon ho Hero.
THE GREAT STM'K PIANO HAS Alt-
rlvodlll The "ACMK" of I'lauoall!
The innh'hlcsHlU'fkcr A Mn Piano. Alao,
the great Improved nud artistic l»»tnl>
■Ion. the beat Canadlun-mndo Piano,
BnnUcli A -riirMy Pianos. W. W. Kimball and Chicago COTTAGE ORGANS,
suld on monthly payment*, from $10 to
SK por mouth.   Kew Pianos for rent, and
Sent applied If purchased.  Tuning and
h-pairlng,
II. PETERS,
"Colonist-- Hu i hi Ing, Government SI,,
dwnplOlc Ylclorla, B. C.
when
AVING LATELY INOREASEDOUR
_< connection  In  tbe East and elso-
.. Jiero very considerably, we nro In a position to give prlees on any class of Machinery that may ho required, Including:
Marino nnd stationary Engines and Boilers, Planers, Matchers nnd Moulders,
Buzz PI liners', Wood Lathes, Band
Saws, Blind Machinery, Gaugo
Imthen. Shaping Machines,
-^ilntfeMaohrneH, Lath '
Machines A Bolters,
Two, Three and Fonr Block Circular Saw
Mills, Bund Saw. Mills, Portable Engines .and Boilers  and  Hoisting
Engines,  Also, John Bertram
A hon* and -Tlm London
:   Tool Co.'a iron Working
Machinery,
Brink Machines and Crushers of either
thi) Martin or Baird make.   -
Mill Supplies of ftll doBcrlrtlons.liiolnd-
lug Circular Saws, Solid or Insorted
Teeth, Luliriojitlug Oils, IWber and
Leather BoltBigt which we carry In
stock,     T   J,
Steam Pumps of
FOUND.
AliltUWN HOU. OWNF.lt iiytS II ArVE
rTiiniTj liy in-uviiiit unii iiuylirr; oxinii-
ses. •AiiitrosBO.W.O.iNirw'tVirst,, rliny«8
TIIE ANNUAL OENEIIAI, MEETINQ
of tiro Nnw WeHtmlaSter Qns Com-
Smiy (Llmltoil) Is iiiljoiiniiiil tlllSATUH-
A V, mill Dny of May, nrox., at 2 o'clock
p. in., at tho oillco of the Becretary, Mo-
KcnrtioStreet, New Westminster.
EDWIN BAND, Sec.
Now West., April mill, 1888.   . . dupSOUl
Dental Notice!
T EXPECT TO LEAVE. FOR TH» IN-
1 lurlnr on the Uth InsL, tobonbtent
about «lr, wwks. ■ AH .needing Dwtal
work done will pteime-tttke notlco that,
until the Uth inst., 1 will mako a reduction of from 10 to SO per cent. All worK
warranted. Terms cash. ,,,,!,*'
C. E. 0. RROWN, Dentist.
Office —Ovor Bank of ll. C, corner
Mary and Columbia Sts. dmyltd
JIT ARRIVED
Per O. P.il.,
THK LARGEST AND BUST ASSORTED STOCK OF
English, French, Scotch
flftd Irish
SUITINGS
Ever Shown In Now Westmlnstor.
the Blain, Davidson or
Knowlcsmuki|ftlM>ou hnnd.*
M'Avity'sPaleatBollor Feeders supplied
on short notice, as welt as Paints and
Oils, Ax-Is nnf Kdgc .Tools of the celebrated UtoiuI fciiko, Wire Rope, Plumb-
""■ ^-"Tilt—r-~--*" * "-
era and Steal
liters Supplies, Ae.
We are sole njhts In this Province for
the JOHN Dg«r Engine Co'y. whose
Marine work cflinot he excelled, as outfits we have furOlsliod hore will testify
FBASlS!&~LEONARD,
(imblMll.,     / opp. Nirwu-Ailv.rtlKr,
VAH-JWJVKB, B. 0,
riO |  .sa^imlesTh,..
West of England Broadcloths
and Doeskins and Fancy
Trousering.
Jl S. MANSON,
Columbia St., Opp. MeKenile St.,
NEW WESTMINSTER,B.C.
,' ,       .aapui*)'       ;
C.E. WOODS, -      'A.0.MM81I,
Uno Surveyor.    , Notmy Pinut
WDDis,tar&yi8
LAND SURVEYORS,
■"'iwinHfli?
.. AKp GONVEYANfpiS. B   ;
^a-Bra-T-xs .woxi^ .
Htft-Thc Western bf Toronto, Tho JKt-
na, The city of London, and The Hartford.
MFR-TJie New York LWo Insurnnco Co,
At'ClDBNr.-Tho Travelers' of Hartford.
Land Surveying In all Its branches accurately and piompUy carried out,.
€liy and Sohnrltan Lands for 8ai*.  W«
can.show a complete list of deslrablo localities,    .
Far ml ok Lands, improved and unimproved, throughou*, the district.
Mining Mil oilier Stock bought A sold.
Money to Lonn ou tlrst mortgago. at low
rates. 	
Tklki'HONK Cau, No. 33.
P. o. Dim web W. ■*■.   '
Orritli, liuuio'i Busk, ■_■>, Couwia Snia
KEW WEBTHINSTEB.
illlillHW
Carriage Works!
CCtVOoIWA irrREEt,   .    , '
Nc-ir WtStinlnstcr, IfrC;
REip^OMRRIf
MANtlFACTUREHS A iMPOItTEKg OF       I
DKHIOCRim
DRAY8i   CART8,
Ami all sorts of Vuhlclcs.
riouuhs, steel, Iron & Wooden
Harrows,   Agricultural
Implements, tx.
j Woliavcalsoa largo Stock of
CARRIAGE ft VVAQON MATERIAL,
Which wc will sell ill the Lowest
i ;li|rtffc. IMcwti
CoMrniHiHa1!/  [■) 'A , ' '
Hardwood, Whiitkt1 :-(patcnt ft homo-
made), Shafts, Poles, Hubs, Spokes,
Rlips, Neck Yokes. -Single Trees, and all
kinds of Bent Goods.
CARRIAGE HARDWARE,
firings, Axles, Circles, King Holts,
ips, Steps, and everything required for
irriage Building,
Vf6 would specially call the attention of
the Public to our HI ne It smithing Depart-
mont. \V(n'mplo*H»«»»ryi*"t.>fWf'rk-
men and wo import, all ht}rIn>Q, It-eeL
and other inawrial i consequently, we Can
do hotter, Inth In prices and quality of
work, than any other Bhop on the Mainland of British Columbia. r
Estimates given on Iron Work, and contracts taken for any kind of work.
Farmers'A Ltrggen' Hnyplles kept on
hand, ready-made. Chains, Hooks, Dog
Hooka, Blocks, Hhaokles, Hteel and Iran
Wedges, Mall Rings. Ox Yoke Btaples,
Clovlcps, HiliKli'tiee Irons, Iron A Hteel
Harrow Tooth, HarrovHl.nie^offl.
All kinds of tt«pairs executed ori shoft
notlce.
Iron, Hteel* llinln. Coal, and all kinds
of material sold, wholesale or retail,   ,
jf-rCiill and Inspjict pur Htoek and obtain on r prices bofore ordering olsowhere
and you will suvo money by it,
■WOrdors^y mail promptly attended^.
Misses Carr & McRae
(1.ATE OF HEATTLE)
FASIUONABliB IIRESSMAKERS
At the Bon Marche,
Columbia HI.,       -       NcWT-frVcstMljlster.
Agents for tno HcCub, Hanntlve Un-Mt.
 tlap2_to	
Aa«»Tm T. N. HIBIEN & CO., Victoria.
. , ilw-^oDyl
Bnck Mannfactoers,
BUILDERS AND
briok YARDS, rortnuer.
OFFICES! Corner <ol«ralil» UA metr
BIS.. New Westminster.     ilwmlrlOUr
G.
HAVING *AKEN
Lundbom's Bnlldlng, Front St.
(Formerly occupiod by Kylo A Tllbin},
IS NOW READY
to servo IiIh customers and everybody
with as good a stock as a man wanta to
select from.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions,
Cnckrry, -Ulusware, Boots, Ac
Oome amj seo the new place, and let us
fenow what you thick of It,
dwooieui o. Mcdonough.
NOTICK
m'il'i
INGS OF THE COUNTY COURT
Tlboo will bo held!
At Lillooet, on Wednesday, SOtli May,1888.
At Clinton, on Wednesday, inth Juuo.1883.
At l-W-Mllo Iloiiso, on Thursday, __th
■ JriUc, 1»SS.
At Sorj'a Creek, on Saturday, 30th June.
1888.
Atltlchflold.on Friday, Oth July, 1888.
I   By Command.
JOHN ROBSON,
Provincial Becretary.
Provincial Secretary's OMco,
Ilth April, 1888, dnpaotd .
,.35-TOTIOE. ,
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
J_S the notlco ilnlud tbo 3rd day or July.
1*83, otnurnir a bounty of two dollars and
tMty Mnts (,2,-10) por li«oil for every wolf or
tmnthcr kllleil In a scUlird distriot In this
Province hon beon rescinded, and that on
and after the dato hereof tho sum of Ave
dollars (85.001. will bo paid for every wolf
or panther killed ln a settled district, on
the certificate ot a Justice oftho Peace
that such animal Wns Killed In a settlement, and that the hood was produced to
and destroyed by hlin.
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
Provinclul Secretary,
Provincial BeoHTtury*3 Olllce,
2nd May, 1888. dmylnil
W.E. FALES,
PRACTICAIJNDERTAKER.
Embalming a Specialty.
Dealer In Wooden and Metnlle Bar-
UlCatfcets. FuncraliConducted.
A full line of Coffin Trimmings alwnys on
hand. Parties at a distance supplied at
Khortest notice. Satisfaction piaran
teed In overy particular.
dwoelte CoLUMIIASt. NowWest'r.
CHORAL UNION!
certs, OHB boi,*.AK.    -
Messrs, D. Lyal * Oa's.
i A SERIE8 OF-
Wlll lio Given In llio
ODDFELLOWS HALL
ah follows:
Taesday* -May 15th i
Mendelssohn's Hymn of Praise, and
Stalner's Daughter of J aims.
Wednesday, Slay 93rd i
Miscollanooi
Nations.
onwi
TlokeU on sum at
dmyfld
MAI^TQBA
MAJOR & PEARSON,
Heal Eslutc irr'ikors   mill
Flnitlii'liil -iisi'iils.
AOEliTIS FOfe' ■       % .
<o»rrilirall,lll Hire *nariiilln» n[ Tor-
*>'"•_... ,,.        "v       iff
Shrtb British neraantlle iui.l-_.,r.ll«»
Fir. lasMnuiec Companies.
mr Valuable Lot. for sale In tho City
and IJlstrlct of Westminster; and choice
Lots In the Oity of Vancouver.
Porsons wishing to buy or sell oUy er
rural proporty should communicate VMth
-s.   	
oimsi»!-MoK«_ti( m?—etwtitatiri-™
end Haatlpga Bt.,Yiy_oftvy;.....dyapijla. , .
THOS, CUNNINGHAM,
HAVING LATELY IMPORTED A 5-
year-old
Tborosglibred Jersey Ball, -
Has decided to stand him for the benefit
of those wishing to Improve their Stock.
for term, applgto..*. ,-».;.; iotr>a,M s
j H. M. CUNNINGHAM,* CO.. r
daplttc     ■<•      ' ' Columbia Stieot.
M.AMgRAE,
Merchant Tailor!
WISHES TO INFORM  THE PEOPLE
OF NEW WESTMINSTER THAT HE    .
IS  PREPARED   TO EXECUTE
ALL ORDERS FOR
TAILORING
A FULL LINE OF
English, Scotch and Irish
Tweeds and Fancy »■>*<•
Trouserings..
SOOULIAR'8 OLD STAND
Columbia St.,   ■  Nnw Yftsnuistrnsa,
......   dwmh28to    ,,- :,   ,■ '	
GUARDIAN
0 .T'
OF LONDON, ENG.
Total Funds, 118,000,000
Imrmij^miit-r)
ESTABLISHED 1821
Risks Taken at Rates
as Low as any other
Reliable Gomp'y,
T. R. PEARSON,
dooTte i lim       .   AQENT.
NOBTH
0 01s£E,^LlTTr,i
Capital,  $3,000,000;   togses
Paid, $48,000,000
_P!»-«r»»»»jl.#lSil««>«» IfrJOII
Rates as Low as amy othor
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
 tr Risks promptly taken, and Lo.se,
ratWaotorlly adjusted. .-;.- 4
T.R.PI5AR80N.;     "
dortlo' (JlQENT
Confederation Life
ASSPPIA-TIQ^ T.r
Onu.pitMrCaili.l~w - SliMMM
Full Gov'm't Deposit
'■■■—■     t  t LiU^**tr*HftrV
TWf. Jtociatiori;*4iiHrit»*ilJ»''
cotifid^tl. PubSi i. r^
11 AS J-1 I
■^ft^fete^^
AND, MpmODUCB,
O/lf.1, k EX A»» GOODS * PRHJB   , —.—
aetrn—
BATHS OF MARBLE.
'      **>*       ,,       '   ''*••
[mirrii  of tlio Wonilors of tlio rnlaces
i   ot Toliurnn.
Tolierun aliotmtls in palaces, Boine of
ivhir-li aro occupierl or Visited by tlio
i Imli, v.Iiilo otlier-i are entirely dirseiti'il,
i-rti-opt l,y tlio ki'oporn. One of the must
intt-rfstii'ii; palacce ol Teheran is called
NcT_eHstnn. It wns built bjr' t*eth 61 All
iShnlt,griindlatlror of tbo present King,
lio waa a monarch of great- ability,
Turned- as.poet and lor his handsome
person and mapiiliccnt board, also for
the nUinlrer of hia children) The walls
of the upper half of the audience chambers of this palat-o are decorated with an
immense panoramic painting by a 1'er-
aian artist, representing the ting on the
(Tohleu throne, surrounded by his sons
and .tht 'chief men of his realm. Tho
iTinrr'sare lifer si/o and tho portraits ox-
i-i'llriit, while a. a stinlyof rostuiiR' this'
painting is invaluable. It ia one of tlie
jnost Interesting historical paintings in
existence.   In tliis place a Prime Minia-
Kir of I'ersla was strangled by or.der of
'eth of All Shah, who had become jonl-
oita ol hia power.
Nothing more poetical or artistic could
be imagined than Negarlstan. After
passing the grand gateway we como to a
pavilion, winch la reHci-tad in the still
waters of a marble tank, and decorated
in the exterior with stucco work of ex-
qui-ilo delicacy and beauty. Tlio interior is shaped like » cross; with an aMicd
E.-oilnig gii.led nnd supported by twisted
columns, tinted-green, scarlet and gold.
The btirinedglnas win-lows uro draped
with sumptuous (urtains, cinliroiderod
,y hand in gold thread and scarlet. An-
ither walk up the avenue takes ua to
he central building, which surrounds an
cl agonal court, the greater part of which
s occupied by a deep pool inclosed with
narble. .-.
Another walk leads iia to tha into-
-oon, wliere lived tho royal wives. A
•uiious feature of this anteroon ia tha
lath ol marble, to which one dawomla
iy an Inclined piano leading to. a' aub-
erranean hall, supported by a row ol
rillars around a central tank; the hath
vhere tho women Imthod adjoins this
mil. Opposito the trool Is a steep, nar-
ow sliilo ol polished marble. When tho
(ing wished to sums-- himself on'n warm'
lav, ho ordered his wives to slide dawn
his marble slope into his arniB.   >ow
111 aro gone, tho King ahd his wives and
ieircl.il.lren.
Tlie reigning Kinj Uvea in tho center
f Teheran, ia a palnce called. Uie ark or
Itadel.. It standi, in the midst of a g.ir-
en planted with.superb shade trees.
he pulaco is approached through mng-
ilKent gates, faced in elegant deaiuns
> colored bricks, a .'style of decoration
hlch might be.well adopted in the
nited Statea. A special chamber in tho
'It, of which the key la kept bv tho'
ing, ie devoted to the crown jewels and
eiisnry. Thia collection Is unsurpassed
i splendor and valuo by tbe famous
easurca ol ;Dks Ion or tho Tower of
ondon.,''-It-'-Included the numerous
'esenla given to the Kings of Persia by
reign sovereigns. But more than all,
lore ia here the astonishing wealth of
mis gathered by the cotmuerors who
former time* laid a largb jar.: of Asia
.the feefftl PeSIa. NCltfil!*- civil tmre.
■vaaions, or tho wastefulness of oriental
pyally, havo suBered to materially di-
nnish the collection of the crown jewels
Persia, Many of them were brought
om India bythe famous Nadir .Shah,
ho, braideB what he distributed to hia
fny, bmught back Kpm ilollil upward
onu hundred millions in rubles, ilia-
onds and' other ippsiimablo treasures.
1 ' •"
Pew ,■>• Sff*"o**"t Co to Boost.    .
It Is amusing to witness the chimney
allows going to roast in one of the
irt house chimneys of Neosho, Mo.
lis occurs every evoning during tbe
mmer montha. At early twilight hun-
9i Is of thorn begin to congregate about
i courthouse until the air above the
rth aide of the publio square becomes
ck and black with.th»fc-Slithering
inben.   Aa they, circle above the
uth ol tho chimney In an undecided.
rioiia manner, tbey begin dropping
ono ati timo. For a moment or two
li on. hovers above the chimney, ita
igs fluttering the whilo as It poises ita
ring /body in mid-air, when suddenly
tineaa lta wings, alilfts to a vertical
Ition and lightly drops into the chlm-
■'* moiith, headforemost.    As  the
light deepeha tho number leaving
ir places In the awarm and dropping
of Bight Into their sooty chamber for
night rapidly Increaaea. When dark-
s Begins to shut ont the viow all
ind tbo light background of the
ry heavens dlaclowa a solid column
rinding from the top of the chimney
era! let in the air above.  It is only
w momenta now until tho very last
i of-tho awarin disappears.  One of
strangest features of this interesting
Ident la that only one and tho aamo
raney haa boen used for,wain ahd
[ugh then are three others, not a
fete swallow ant diopa into ono ol
i*-*** -*v. Trrr —*v -j- ***h**t
' losing Hla Dignity. *_ _
(f aci," wld a nan to an old classmate
.college at whose houso he was visit-
►"wasn't your cpmmpncetnent oration
IheBUbjectOf'lSignity?'"
Well, y-e-a, I believe it was somo-
pg like that."
llTidn't part ot it run something like
Iii 'It seems to me that the dignified
b has a groat advantage over hia
oiv-men in many ways, that dignity
lomething to he greatly desired, and
it it would be well for you and for
to cultivate ii much dignity of bear-
and deportment on all occasion, as
-Slblirr*-  '-'J -'■-'   ■''•
Yes, It wouldn't surprise ate if rwroto
lellngtothatoflocfc" -- -
Well, of course you haven't foKottan
evening when you got: down on all-
ra, bad the baby mount your back
i then weat galloping round tho edge
tided you over tbe head with a drum-
k and you tri(*d2to_-*»__in*iy.lik»-a
: don't reconcile them atall/'replled
Injiw
yea exercise ind would have yel
jdy iuurder il I hadn't galloped hllj;"
'"ho>Sji5i^,rtirvrt
ih. brliTarpirly la usually marked off
» 'tlrbon, anil; |hs iilcrf.yn-.aii takes
pr.-JasW1-*. nhenf to kneel noon:
r lire cereinnny the clergyman ro-
. and the bri-lnl party take ti'isiil«_e,
re they itind anil receive congralula-,,
il-^lkrtiJMhiWt ol
IhPiHJpkH. tatho*™W
savant who Una yiilten a book on
aubject. llreathe ; through your
th | aleen With. yonr mouth closed:
i It closed except when you open It
purpose. A n open mouth indicates
enena o|.character, while the habit
la theJMUi and the general health.
HANbY THINGS TO KNOW.
Tulili-s or r.loriaiii-Hiiieiit Thnt Are or Dally
Ilr-re rrrn.firriiie figures anal rules very
hnnily lo'lrnirw aiiiUiave at liriliil, Iii the
niiu-1 ur nu paper. Wo arliisir every
yiiiiiig reft !or lo learn moat o.' tlierre "1-y;
iu-rin'1 ro tlir.ii'o^ighly us lo nlwnyri think
of tltt-in in myristinic, lo it wl'iikr your
miiiilii are young and impressible, and
thoy will stity by you like ihn murks
made in clay or brick, or iImi_1i uf lireiid
or cake, .before it, ia burdened by heat.
Older peoplo who do not preserve tlieir
{mpoi'8 can cut this out andkeep it handy'
or ready reference.
A roclls lilt foot dr 5J yarda.
A mile is 820 rods.
A mile is 1700 yards.
■ A mile la 5260 feet.
A square foot it II1 square inches. ,
'. A square yard contains 11 square feet.
A B.uare rod is 2'-'| square feet.
An acre contains 4:r/6_ square feet.
An acre contains in 10 square yards.  ''
An acre contains 1(10 square rods.
A section or square mile contains 640
acres.      — v
. A quarter section contains 160 icres.
An aero Is 8 rods wirle by 20 rode long.
An acre la 10 rods wide by 16 rods
long.
An acre Is about Siw| feet square.
. A solid foot contains 1728 solid inches.
.   A pint of water wcir/hs 1 potuid.
A solid foot of water weighs 63)
pounds.
A gallon of Water holds SSI solid
Inches.
A gallon of milk weighs 8 potmda and
10 ounces.—Household,
) not In
;.Th'
A Dutch City In America.
After" a -whirl or two, liko arieopy dog
loolJiifi for a bed, tho great ship slid into
port liotwivn two fortroeses 'behring the
ilollittid tricolor thnt wero eenrce a hun-
droil yards apart) and thu vessel was
presently mbored beside a wharf thnt
i.'jgl.t-huve been built by orderof Peter
Muyveyant iu .\ieuw Amaterdam. Thero
could hardly be a wistuko.. Ko; thoso
Diftilh fai'iidefi, those narrow, niany-
Btorii.-d and much ornamented houses ot
bluo and jiink and preen ; those narrow
stiri'ln that nro all sidewalk; and tho
lan^uam' spoken .by .portly, slow-moving
citileiw we wero certainly viewing
Jliuih;UUiu Island, moved backwards
250 years and southward a score of degrees.
Oura™o fan island in tho West Indies),
docs not Poem quito like ltotterdam or
one of tho smaller cities of the 7.uvder
'/.c-ii It has something about it of ajat^r
dattj, of a mora recent creation, than
thoy; niul, aUhOugh lirst impressions of
plitcts o;tin change upon closer acquaint-
im.t'. ours only grow stronger ns"we
crWed thi harbor in a aijuaro punt
ohiwly ecu h-d by a muscular native, and
then Witii-1. !■ tl about tlio narrow and
iWider blituls of WilleinBtaat.' Kach
hoiiec, every interior and most of the
li'-'ur. s iiitghi have been copied from old
priuU of Muiiw Amsterdam; and when
Wo went lo church on Sunday the min-
ifiter,. in round black turban hat, with
Coi'cii>t>n!ou-( bowing to his'audieneo be-
foie niot.nliiig the winding, stair, and
pruiicb nj^in llueut Dutch Irom an ancient j>;:!jiit, Iteighiened the impression
until it Boomed quite real. '
Your Children
Are constantly exposed to danger from
Colds, Whooping Cough, Croup, nud
disoasos peculiar to tho throat and
lungs. For such ailments, Ayer'a
Cherry Peotoral, promptly administered, aitorda speedy rello'f and euro.
As a remedy for Whooping Cough,
with which many of our children were
afflicted, we usod, during the past win-)
ter, with muoh satisfaction, Ayer'a
Cherry Pectoral. For this affection, we
consider this preparation the mott efficacious ot all the medicines whioh have
come to our knowledge.—Mary Park-
hurst, Frecoptreas, Homo for Little
Wanderers, Donoaator, Md.
My children havo been peculiarly subject, to attacks ot Croup, and I failed to
find any effectivo remedy until I commenced administering Ayer'a Cherry
Peotoral. This preparation relieves tho
difficulty of breathing and invariably
cures the complaint.—David 6. Storks,
Chatham, Columbia Co., H. Y.
I ha»e nsod Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
In" ray family for many yean, and
have found lt especially valuable in
Whooping Cough. Thia medicine allays
all Irritation, prevents Inflammation from
extonding to the lungs, end quickly subdue, any tendency to Lung Complaint.
-J. B. Wblllngton, Plalnyflle.Mloh.
' I find no medicino so effective, for
Croup and Whooping Cough, aa Ayer'a
Cherry Poctoral. ItBaVijithellfeof my.
liltle boy, only six montha old, carrying
him safety through tho worst case of
Whooping CoUgh I oyer saw.—Jano
irfolone, Hney Flats, Tenn. ft
Ay«.'s Cherry Pectoral,
Pwit*lbjiDr.J.O.Ay«r kOo., Lowell, Uus.
SoUbyallDrusslfls. Friwtl; sll bottlu.tS.
The Secret of Economy.   '-
Care la a great secret of economy; and
this is a gift that docs not ronic to All nnd
is with diliiculty acquired, tsome persons beautify that which belongs to
tlitiui, othtis at once defile and misuse
Ifc Clothes require lo be treated gently
and with lonsidcration, softly hrnidli-il,
shaken and brrigircd, Irung hy propi-i,
loops, in'natural folds, not crowiioii anq
kept to their distinctive places and uses,
Caro of the person Is an ni.l in ccono<T:i)|-
ing clothing, for nothing ia ui_orc dektruc-
tive than dirt, porspiriilion, skin cxhrtlit.
tions, and' nothing furnishes more rapid
marks of deterioration, .Care is particularly noci ssary in the use of glovis, fino
handkerchiefs and suph other .costly
accessories or I he toilet a> aro indispensable—iana for example,
1'coplo who aro careless of their own
belonging are no less careless of those oi
others., 1 have seen i rich woman borrow a line fan, sling it to and fro until
she had broken three bf the pearl slicks,
then hand It back to tbo not rirli woman
from whom she! had borrowed it with
the in.lill'crent remark, "1: am afruld 1
have broken it," but sli. did not othr lo
havo It mended. Gloves aro among tlie
most cosily ol the minrjr articles ol alllre,
because they so soon soil aud show signs
of wear,' But they can he greatly saved
by care in taking them on aud oil; by
substitution old'ones lor journeys anil
tibicB when hard service is dciiinndod;
by the supplementary fattening ol hut-
tons before Wearing and neaily repairing
small liieaks. In Wet, if. money and a
maid arc not at command, eternal vigilance is the price ol woll dressing.   -
Ellqn.lt. fop Ohllilrou.
Eoii'tfinger articles; don't play with
your napkin, or your. goblet, or your
fork, or any other article oh'tire tn^;
l'emeinbor it ill 'exceedingly mile id
stretch across oflother's pinto to n-nuli'
anything. It is equally impolite to turn
your hack to one person loi'tlie iiurj-osd
of talking to another, l'on't talk across
the one seated next to you.
Avoid Blang as you would tho plague.
It is a great mislakc to suppose that
slang is iu auy way a substitute for wit!
It is always ill bred, generally courso,
and not unfrequently foolish. And
finally!
If you your oan   ■; t
5 Would save l-mojoo!.,'
Those, tillage koep meekly bid
Myself iinri I,
>'    Anil raluo soil my,
'       Anil how I tto or did.
Tact ln Entertaining.
Always give guests a cordial welcomo
I you wish them to enjoy a Visit.. Noth-
ng is more chilling than to bo met with
(Vidont wcarineas, as thuugli one's visit
aere inconvenieht. Wake Bilests fool at
lonie, but do hot so burden yourself
with extra work during their stay, that
*ou cannot,enjoy it or hnve time to denote to .their entertainment. 1 o not
ihnnge (he entire routine of homo life,
'or both yourself and Mends will bo
nude uncomfortable,	
■ r (iYou advortlaqd ior **a expert accountant sir?"
"Ves, I did; havo yott hid much ex-
9Tfilw''     L1     XA.       '  !
'"About thirty'ydars sl. j |n long »nil
langto-l interest and partnership accounts, confused government books,
eliaiti'-ory/'niul bankrupt accounts, com-
panirji)' accounts, enil-^'
"W ell hit*; what J want you to do li
she paid for ii, ahd wliat the total
arrliiunt Is." .    ,
lhit the accountant hesitated, shbok
his lil'i h and -said lhat hli only brolhcr
did in an insano asylnin for undertak-
Uiai'iTst "lucU a iuatter,.eM im-believe*
h^w«al(liif'*ltoucli«i~*iir(lrtffr,rC_:i*i-
tory.
Tho following Business Directory relates
only to peraons whoso nil vorttsomciits appear In tile lliurisn Coluhiiian. It has
been found true, a. a rule, that persons
who advertlso liberally are liberal iu their
dealings, and many persons moke It a*
rule to give preference In thoir dealings to
Oiose -establishment* which advertise
freely. Tbo following lint Is arranged ol-
phabetlcally: \  . 0
LEGAL.
T. C. Atkinson - ColumblaBt
W. Norman Bole..... Columbia Ht
Corbould A McColl MoKensle Bt
MEDICAL.
Dr.H..M. Cooper...... » Ohuroh Bt
Or. I. M. McLean McKenslo Ht
Dr. DeWolfe Smith Clarkson St
DENTAt.,
O. Bt C. Browu........ Columbia st
E. A. Smith :....- .Columblast
_*. Welsh Colonial Hotel
ENGINEKRB.SinVETOES, kt.
A.J. Hill ;.:. Masonic Rlock
W. n. King. Masonic Block
Williams Bros......... Vancouvor
Woods, Turner A Oamble......Col.rimb|a st
INSURANCE.
W. J. Armstrong-... ...Court Bouse
D. H. Curtis Columlila st
H. V. Edmond MoKensle Ht
Major A I'earson -McKenzie st
Rand Bros. .'. - MoKenzleSt
Turner, Ileeton ir Co... Victoria
Woods, Turner A Gamble- Columblast
llEAL   ESTATE AGENCIES.
W.C. Bell Vancouvor.
W. N. Bole ColumbiaSt
Oorbould 1 MoColl MoKenale Bt
H. Y> BdhioBis „~.l.....MeKenite Bt
Major Ar Pearson— McKenslo st
Rand Bros MoKemle Bt
Williams Bros. ,.,.—.Vanoouver
Wood., Turner A Gamble Columbia St
ARCHITECT, ke.
Clow A Maclure... ,„.H ..Colnmbla sl
G. W. Grant ...MoKonnlo Bt
W. R. King. ,. ....Masonic Block
AUDITORS, ACCOUNTANTS, *o.
W.J, Walker ir Co ........Columbia st
PAWNBROKERS.
Wm. Reidt .-,..... -I,, Frontst
CONTltAOTdU <i BtltliDEBS.
Beokett A Co. „„, ....MeKenile st
VCRNITVBB.
W. E. Pole. Columbia it
UNDERTAKING.
W. E, Falea...,, ..............Columblast
BRIOK-MAKERg.
Beckett A Co. Cor. Columbia * Mnry sis
AUCTIONEERS.
Wm. Reidt ~.„„„„.„.„,„,Frontst
T. J. Trapp,, Columbia St
AGENTS VOR MACHINERY, Ac.
Fraser ir Leonard .......Vanoonver
MUSICAL INITRUIIKNTI,
H. Paleii......... Victoria, B. C.
PRINTING * HULINO.
The Columbian Steam Printing Establish
-. mont ColnmblaSt
GENERAL MEROHANDIBE.
W.R. Austin............ ...FrontRt
w. k O. WolfeUien Columbia Rt
O. McDonough......-,..-. .........Front Bt
, DRV GOODS, ke.
Bon Marche... Columbia st
D.Dry»daloACo. .Columblast-
Jas, Sllanl A Co ....-..-..-Columbia Ht
Otob. House,..— Columblast
C. MoDonoiiah...'. .-. Frout st
Ogle, Campliell A Co. Columblast
anocERiEB * provisions,
W. B.Austin .ii,. ...-Frontst
c. McDonoiigli ...i„..'. ...Front st-
P_ J. Fori his A Uo Columbia st
w. A O, Wolfollden- Columbia st
HARDWAHK.*..
Jns. Ciiunliiaam.—,....- Colombia st
T. J. Trapp A Coyj. Columbia st
PANCT GOOD!.
Kwong on Wo A Co, - .-...Front st.
FLOUR * PEED.     __
J. Hind... , .Columbiast
-       LAUNDniBS.
Joe Qui. .Dallas st
TAILORING.
J. S. Manson- Columbia st
M. A, McRae— Columblast
DREStMAKiNG.
Jas. Ellard A Co........... Columbia at
Nlss Jennings - ,,„.... Columbia sl
Mlue. McDoUB»1)V.--".--.-..|.-..Columblir st
WOOD * OOAL.
W, IL Austin „ - ...Front st
Gilley Bros..,. Columbia st
DRues, ke.
D. R. Curtis A Co.... Colnmbla st
A. M. Herring Columbia st
BUTCHERS.
Robt, Dloklnion.. Colnuililn HI.
>VATPimAKMii * jewel Kim
F.Cmkc. Coiu'mbla,si
DLACKiniTIIING *   CAMRIAOK
Reid it Currle ,,..., Colnmbla St
HOTELS.
FarmeVBHome [Iloldcnl ..OliurrhRl
LIVERV, kV.
Mainland Transfer Co Columbln Sl
BOOTS # BlinKU. "
Grant* Maclure,,,,, -.Columbiasl
W. O, Coy. Clarkion i!
James Rousseau Colnmbla st.
BAKERY.
A. Dl.b.1- ...Fn-.nt Rt
NURSERIES.
Q. W. Henry. Port Hammond
FANCY POULTRY, •
Jno. B. Cox.—,  —.New Westminster
Gentlemen's Clothes
CLEANED &RSPAIBEP.
All unlyiH lett af. tltfi Ffll'infJi-s' Homo or
Mr. J)iwliwnoit-.I(iHC8' will he prouipliy
uttciuled tu.
KitiJ^iiM UtKt c:ii»riu>li'Hi.      tUipilinl
TIMETABLE
Str. "ci&dys,"
Uimh FURTHER NOTICE, WILL
leavo tor ClilMlwlinck und wiiyplaoes
on TUESDAYS, THUIWHAYS nnd SATURDAYS, ut 7 a. m., returning on the following dnys. Por all further information
tumly on board, or Ut
1 W. B. TOWNSEND,
UmyOlc On tlio Whurf.
laud Registry Ordinance, 1870.
Lot; No. 5, Blook XII, and Lot No. 2,
Blook XXIII, intho City ofNowWeat-
minster.
CERTIFICATE OF INDEFEASIBLE
Title to the above-mentioned Loti
  bo Issued to Alexander Ewen on the
25th Uny of May, 1888, unleM in tho meantime a valid objection thereto be mado to
the undersigned tn writing by somo person claiming an estate or Interest lu Baid
Lots or some part thereof.
B. W. ARMSTRONG,
>   Deputy Registrar.
^eWa°ll?-0&.2.,t Feb., 1888.
ilfe.lma
A'
will 1
Joseph  Bayliss,
MM BMM,
IS PBBPAHBI)   TO   EXECUTE AW.
KINDS OP
Fiiriutcc, Boiler Seating, and
Chimney Building nud
Repairing,
HBICK^LA YI NO
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
ESTIMATES given for every itcsorip-
lion of work.
Ordors mny lie left with II. T. Read A
Co., Columblu St., Now Mt*estmiiiHtcr.
driiidlc
BRITISH COLUMBIA
DIRECTORY
SOME COPIES OF THE
British Columbia Directory (latest edition) still remain
on hand, and will be disposed, of
at a discount for cash."
This Directory is published
liy Messrs! Williams and Mal-
landaine; it contains a large
amount of valuable information
respecting the different cities,
settlements, and districts in the
province, besides a jist of the
names and addresses of business
men, farmers, etc. It is a well-
bound book of 308 pages, and is
pronounced by the. provincial
press to be the most complete
and accurate Directory ever published in this province.
Copies sent to any post-office
in Canada or the United States,
post-paid, on receipt of $1.50.
The price of the book is $2.    .
Address:
B, 0. Printing Co., Ld.
dwjnl2tc        WESTMINSTER, I). G.
—ANY MAN—
Who Ib Wink, Nervou-i, Debilitated,
who ln his -Folly and Ignovaiw bits
Trilled away his Vigor of Body, Mind
aud ManhoodtCrtusluKoxhmirttlng drains
upon the Fountain* of Life* Head-
aohci Backache, Dreadful Dreams,
Wcakaeii of Memory* Baibfulncii ln
Society, Pimple* upon the Faea and
all tbe Kflfect * leading to Early Deear,
Consomptton or Inianlty* will And In
ourSpeciTin No. 2-1 a Poiltlvc Cure,   It
Imparts Youthful Vigor) restore;} the
Vital Power In old and yomi g, strengthens and InviRoriUus tho Brains and
Nerves, builds tip the rnuBonlar system
and arouses Into aotion tho whole physical enersy of the human frame, with
our Speclflc No, 23 tbe most obstinate
caso ean be cured ln throe months, and
recent ones ln less than 30 days. Each
package contains two weeks treatment.
Prlco fit. euros guaranteed, OnrSpoalQo
No. 24 Is an Infallible Cure /or all PrU
vate Dlieasei. no matter af **«w l°n*f
standing. Hold nud«r oar writ ton Guarantee t(i effect a cure. Prlco jJ-3. Toronto Medicine Co.. Toronto, Out,
CONSUMPTION
That dread terror, a disease no long
balling science and the most skilled
physlvluiis, who knew of nothing to
uri'out, miihliitf to alleviate, nothing to
euro. Now It is no longer an Incurable malady even when given up by
physldliuiH, hcitli li can yet bu fouud tu
OlfllKNMKl-Y; It* heals und soothes
the membrane of the Lungs, liiflamod
and poisoned by tho ravagos of this
fell disease, and prcvonta tbo night
sweats nnd lightucM hoi-ohm the chest
which nceompany it.  Trice $t, .
OURES   GUARANTEED.
Toronto Modloluo Co,, Toronto, Ont,
OUR ELEGANT mPARAHup,
Itomember we inntiufm.tuve and are the
solo proprietors of the following specialties, rtml tbftf thuyeiin bo hnd from no
°w."5i,:c°rtJ,'» ***.m Ffl9 -f*u b*
DRUGGISTS. Cornispondeiu'o wirlctly con-
til. Consultation upon nil chronic
_ b Invited. ttO.CHAME except for
inodlclncK. All goods Ki'in Rfcciiro from
observation, Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont,
HAIR  COLORING.
Our mngnlftcent preparations aro warranted pei-fctttty Imriiili'NS. We prepare
ttio following colors—tho finer shades
ni-lse from the hnir Itself: Hlnnk, Hark
Ittown. Medium Hi'ovvu, Uheslnut, Light
Chenl.mit, UnUl rllonde, Ash or Itlondc
Cctidrec1. Hend samplo of halt* when or-
dfi'hig, I'rlce, 82 per bottle. Torouto Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont.
TOILET REQUISITES.
In ordering please specify which you
wiulre; wn giiarnntre them to give entire
satisfaction, No, 3 Impnrts tn the skin
the color and freshm-M-i of maldeuhooit;
harmless and cannot be detected, fl.25.
No, ii removes wrinkles, fi!. No, io removes i.i ver spois.Jl.^j. No. ll removi'n
Flesh Worms, 91.35. No, 13 minoves
Freckles, 11,25. Sa IA removes Plmpli's,
SI.28. Jfn'14'ieihoves Tun, JI.2& No. IB
K-movej* Mol(-f, $J. No. If) removes Pock-
marbs,f2. No. IT remov^ undue 1'crspl-
iattou,*il.2.v No, |8,aii itimolut-euiifiiillng
speblfle for the foteutloh, development nr
restoinilon of the Hnir, J1.2J. Toronto
Mcillclnu Co.,Tiiiun'o, Out.
THE BUST.
No. ints n omblned internal nnd external trnntmnnt which speedily develops
or fl'storeiiHieffmnie Ijumi to tbcpropfir-
IIoiik of voluptuous ualnic, Ir cutirclv
harmless and certain In rcsulte, rjrlct? &i
Toronto H*edlnino Co., Toioptu, Otit.
^pifiyi
Dress-Making I
Misses mcdougall
COLUMISIA   STHKET,
New Westminster, B.C.
•lar Bntlsfiiclloii iiuiirivutiioif.      daplafc
City Laundry
JOE   QUI.
HAVINO LEASED AND FITTED UP
a Hhop on Dallas Btreet* nearly opposite Mr. Wine's Btable, Is now prepared
lo undertake tho work of a
General Laundry.
Coinpetont men employed, aud work
Juurautecd. Having engaged a Wagon
or delivery, clothes will be delivered
promptly In uny part of tho city. First-
class references given If required. A trial
order solicited. Prices will be found as
low as In any first-class establishment.
Families taken at special rates,
narOrdera may bo loft at Mr. Dickinson's
Butcher Shop, Columbia St.        djafito
INDEPENDENT
Q
STRAIGHT, FAIR COMMISSION BUSINESS.
WNERS OF FARMS OB CITY LOTS
,'\ Ut sell will have their Interests, as
well as buyers, carefully guarded In all
transactions, und no extras put ou flrst
prices.
Always Imvs good bargains ln Vancouver Lots, |
Correspondence solicited.
WM. CLARK BELL,
Cambie St., P. O. Box 05,
daiilMo VANGOXrTTHI'B*
Dominion Lands.
TP YOU ARE FATING POR YOITB
1 Pre-emption or for rent of Mlnln.or
Ornzlnii Land, or buying Farm,, KlaW
or nny land from the Dominion Govornment, ■ '• -■   ~- -
DO NOT PAY OASrH
But pay lu SOBXP and save a
law© discount,,  . ,
Scrip can be obtained ln large or small
quantities from
ALLOWAY A CHAMPION,
B^jsra_-/EiHB,
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
OR  FI10SI
TIHC BANK Or BRITISH C0MHBIA,
KEW WESTMDISTEa.
■       .ilyrnhfllTii       .
To San FrauiiiscD, Cal,
Bf WAY OF THE
AND CONNECTIONS.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
Quicker In Time than any other
Routebetween
flrmid Scenic Roote or tke PMIBc
Coast.
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
For Accommodation of Second-Clua Pfls-
Hongora, attached to Express Trains
Fir. from Portland ta Saoniinento and
Ban Franolipil Vnltmlted, «»| Fint
CIimb (Umlted), $Ni Second clan(U-
mltedJ.Tiij.
R. KOEKLER, Manager,
E. P. ROGERS,
djc-nic    Gen. Freight A Pail. Agent,
W.B. AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
Uexieral Merchandise!
KBW WISIM1XSIKR, B. C.
Hay and Feed
aa.^L-R,-KXi*x>.
WOOD & OOAL
(THE BEST QUALITY).
Dry Qoods, Boote A Shoes,
ProvisIoHS & Groceries.
FARMERS'    HARDWARE,
*»«•»»«•>, ifv.
••-A. we u-so no whisky or tobacco wo
can, liy luini-emle Irabiln and onrcliil economy, serve tho imbllo at especially low
rate., dwjrtlZlc
IMPERIAL
UhE INSURANCE COMPT
I Old Hiioaii 8-., md II Pali Mali,
'    MNDON.
INSTITTTTED 1808.
FOE INSURING HOUSES * OTHER
Building., Good., Warn, Merchan-
dlK, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ship. In Port, Harbor or Dock, aud th.
Cwgoc. of inch V<a»li; alio, Ship, building and repairing, Hargeaand otner Ve*.
■eb on iiaviij.Uir river, tnd canals, and
Qooti> on hoard auch VmmIb, throughout
Great Britain and Inland and in Foreign
(.iiiriitrici,
rUOH LOBS OR BAHAOI Bf NRR.
Siihwrllml and Inverted Capital,
*1,600,000 8TG.
Rates of J'wmhiw and every infornm
tlm* 'iiui ba ubtKlned on apnltuatton to
\.. i. AHHSTSONU,
Agent toy N.w Wctmlnster.
mimv 'il
_tt_m-m
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
'■0****t^ta»w_U.ii.i^to<!hM*'*'nt^
I recommend lta. niperlortouynrccriptlon I tear Btomacli, DiarrUB., Inlrt
kaowmoine."     H.A. Aanna.li.D.,       I BU{I2.OTIM> |h«*»"* I
UlBo.Oiftiiri.si.Breokipi.N.?.  ImEmta^igaaiilkMea
Tm CBnina CoWiXl, 77 Murray Street, R. V.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY  S.  MASON
CUYLER A. HOLLAND
5    )
N, [-
LAND,   )
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE,- 56 New Broad St. - LONDON, ENGUND.
The BuslncM of ALLSOP b MASON ha. hen merged In th. above Com*-*.*/
and will be oarriwl on by tbe Company from this data a. a goneral Land Inratmwt
and InBurance Agen-y.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rate., Town Let. and Arming
Land, for Sale on easy terms.
Victoria, & 0., Hay Uth, 1887. dwjtfl. '■
TENDERS
w
ILL BE BEOEIVJBDUP TO NOOl*
of tbo' ISth iMmy tor the ereotion
"brick church,  ,
With Stone Foundation, for the Congregation of St Andrew's.
Flans and sneolflcatlona can be aeen at
the. office of tiesnrn. Clow A Maeluro and
T, J. Trapp A Co.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted. dmyltd
"RAINBOW"
ARMVES __VEBY
MONDAY and FBIIIAY.
DEPARTS
TUESDAY and SATURDAY.
rWNMECTING WITH O. a * N. CO.*
Vj Steamer Ior the Sound, anil wllh str.
"GLADYS" for up-river.
For particular., apply to
TmtNFR, BEETON A CO,
Victoria,
orto      W.J.MATHERS,
dwapaoto Agent at Westminster.
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STREET • VICTORIA.
jt-amsostTa s*o»
North British and Mercantile
Insnranee Co. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON 4 CO.,
36 Fhuhury Circm,
London, E. C.
JOHN S. COX,
MNim wd gain i.
It Ce*t* tt Here la Keep keek Fowu
Ann It Dm. Io Keep F-»r Fowl.,
My BrcedlnK Pen. arc equal to any In
the united States or Canada,
I Propose to furnish Es_*r (rom Premium
and First-class Fowl., my design being to
establish n reputation that will laat.
Cash must accompany all otaett. Address, with stamp,
dwrnhUo
JOHN 8. COX,
New Weslmlnnter.
Mainland Her
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed f Sale Stables
THE Kl'U.l'lllHF.IlH ABB NOW PREPARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIGS
At Spooinl LowRate*-*,
Done nt Shortest Notloe.
Dry ford wood ilcllvojwl to any part of
tho city.
Ordfera by Tolephono will receive prompt
Attention.
M-SI-ablM nenrly opnoftltf-* c. P. B. Depot, Columbia St,, NowWoRtminntor.
Ojaliio      GILLEY BROS. I'nors.
Showing the Dates and Places or
Cowls of AnslBC, Htil Prlui.md
Over ind Terminer, for the
Year 1888.
SPUING ASSIZES.
{On Vanoowbe Island.]
Viotoria Monday 2M May
Nanalmo Tuesday, oth June
[ON Mainland}
NowWcfltm1nfltor..,Wo<lnem!iiy,..2mt May
TCnmloopn Monday 4th June
Clinton Monday Ilth June
FALL ASSIZES.
TON Mainland.]
Rlchfleld Monday, I0th Bept'r
Clinton Woilncndny,28tti Sept'r
KamloopN Monday InLOcit,
Lytton Mondny 8th Oct'r.
NowWi'Htinlnsler,W«<lnnmh-.y..Hth  Nov*r
fON VANCOtlVER ISLAND.^
Victoria Monday......atth November
Nnnnlmo Tuesday 4th December.
dnpZTml
mem
EMPLOYMENT^ WANTED.
A PRACTICAL ENOLISH Ol
desires to obtain emplorjn	
ranging gardens, hotbed., flower tad.,
lawn, and other work of tbat natare. Ha.
n thorough knowledge of hi. boUaaM
and guarantee, satisfaction. Excellent
references If required.
Address t'W.F.," this ofBoe.   dmhUto
DRESSMAKING
At mm jEnnmrcns*,
(Uot o* triaijmr* "■
Corner of Chnrohand Colombia SWetr*,
NEW WESTMIKSTKB.      ,;
■rsatlifactlon guaranteed.    dwfWte
COME AND SEE I
W. H. HOLDEN,
rAVINO T<_
1 tbe "Tettkj
Columbia am
urchSlrerij.opeulin.
«b, and now know*.
the Episcopal church,
aatbe
FARMERS'
Will accommodate th. tranUnf pnbll.
at the following rateii
Board per day., _„..„„»_....,..»___,||o»
simi. iieti J„...:i:*.r.±r:' 2
B_d_. _._...1.r , ,..„_, -    n
ML-Good accommodation for balMUd
families .hmlse
Flowers for sale
Fook Wo Lick
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
Chinese Labor_ContF&ct8d.
Clearing Land and Cutting
Cordwood.
FOOK W(Ti OO.j
COLOTIBIA STREET,
Neat Cleveland Hotel,
NewWcttmlu.Hr.    dMIml
K8TABLISHID 18W.
ROBT. DlOKmSOlf
BUTCHIfc
Sewij oppoilte the cotoilil I«M,
new Westminster;
thb lakqest and choicwt
atsorteiont of all dMcriptloa. el
MEATS AND VEMTAKK
Constantly on hand, ud supplied 16 Fan-
iliw, Rerrtunata, ud BtumbMK Srttt
LOWEST POSSIBLK PSKJU,
CHINA & JAPAH
CELEBRAnDTM,
EmbroldoredSllkdeeli,
Shswli, Screen, lei lefltt,
lremigflewai,n«,_tit.
—AlSO—-.
Porcelain, satiaiia. Olebaaae,
Bronie, imjr.laalalweaital
Carle* ol Every DcKripMea.
IMPOmBBTEVIDYtnMKI DUmTHMr
MUM UN MPAN.
Hoping that yon will honor us with yonr
vl.it, wc remain very respectfully you.,
Kwong on Wo & Co,
P0.l0fflMB0lN0.7. as
tHE DAILY COLUMBIAN
rom.lsHitn
Every AKeraoon except gaaday.
BYTUK
- klTIM DOUMIMI P«IHTIN0 HUMIff (lIMITEB.)
At th.Qompany'. Steam Printing Es-
<■—    UtiiBhment, Columbia BU
■ : T-.i BY   MaE:
', for 12 months W <»
for fl month. -.. •-.. -I _
•tor 11 month. —»>  •»
_-s     BELIVBUBD IN THB CITV:
IW12 month.™...... HOOD
for • month...™.  0 £
Ter month a     00
Payment ln all crates (except for weekly
rate) to be made In advance.
mhotwu mt, m m mm.
Transient AaVeHlscmentl.-Plrst Insertion, 10 cts. per line solid nonpareil; encli
subsequent ironBeciitlvelnsevtlon,*2ctiT. per
line. Atlvort-lHeirri-iits not Inserted every
day, 6 ola. per Hue eaoh insertion.
Manilla? Advertisements.-Ilegiilnr
Business or Professional Advertisement.
. will be reoeived atfollowing rates: llnch,
111 per month; 2 las. ll; X col. 15.80; 'A col.
fj.la; 1 eol. 110. If Insorted for less than 3
mo.. 10 per cent, will be added.
■fecial Nolle" among reading matter,
SO eta, per line each Insertion. Specials
calling attention to advertisements, loots.
per line. _
Births, Marriages and Bentbs.Jl for each
Insertion: Funeral Notices ln connection
With'death., 60 ota, each Insertion.
Aaetlon talo, when displayed, charged
H pu cent len than transient advts, If
Mild, charged at regular transient ratos.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
lamed every Wedaeaday Horning.
Delivered ln the City, per year. 13.00
Mailed, per year 2.00
Mulled, 0 months. 1.26
WEEM.V ADVERTISINC HATES.
Transient AilvcMlsemcnls.-Flrstlnsci-
tion-, loot., per lino solid niinprrroll; sub-
aednont Insertions, 6 els. per Uno.
Standing Advcrtlscnicnls.-I'rir 1 Inch,
•LEO per month: > Ins. $2 per m.; Sins. 12.80
wa.; 1 col. 112.76 perm. If Inserted for
loss than rj mos, 10 per cent, will be added
to these rates.
Speolal notices among roadlng mutter,
20 cla, per line each Insertion.     -
■ Cat. murrtbofUl metal,and foi-Inrgecuts
an extra rate will be charged. No tuivU
I uwrted ln either Issue for less than 11.
MTPenioiis sending In advcrtl-romcnts
■hould b. carehil to state whether they
ar. to appear ln the Dally Edition, or the
W«eWy,orboth.
Err '■ D. ROBSON, Manager.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Sale of Work ...........Lome College
Publlo Sale.......... W, J. Armstrong
Appointment , Prov. Sec.
MrtrictLand...... F.Q.Vernon
failji fritish €olnmbi*n
rrlday Evening, Nay ll, lags.
The steamer Irving cleared for Hope
this morning with freight and passengers.
W. B. Vianen made another large
shipment of inlmon to Viotoria this
morning. .
Planting and seeding in the Surrey
soetion is nearly completed, and prospects for th* season are fair.
The-AbrjiSiniaT has sailed for San
Francisco to discharge the freight and
pasunger. billed to that port.
The str. Rithet loft for Victoria tliis
morning with 25 paiscngem, 75 tons
of freight and two carloads of cattle.
The.tr. Gladys returuod from Chilliwhack this afternoon, bringing a fair
freight and a number of passengers.
Advices from Home say that the
Abbo Lcmmom, a native of Holland,
haa been appointed bishop of Vancouver.
All lacrosse player, aro reiiaested to
meet on the crioket grounds this
evening for the purpose of forming a
olub.
tyjtbesqaaj-thingnnore annoying than
Sliving your com stepped npon? Is
lere anything more delightful than get-
ting rid of iti Holloway's Corn Cure
wifl doit.   Try it and be convinced.
Michael Carr, alias Riloy, alias
Mickey Free, alias Fry, charged with
robbing from the person of Georgo Birnie, hu been committed for trial at tlio
next assizes.
On Sunday afternoon next at 4
o'clock Rev Mr. Starr, of Victoria,
will give an address in the rooms of
the Y.M.C.A. All men and women
are invited to attend.
Another sale of work will be hold at
St. Man'. Mount, Sapperton, on
Wednesday next from 1:30 to 0 p. m.
All trains will stop at Sapperton if passengers will notify the conductor.
Many ladles admire gray hair— on
some other person—but few care to try
its effects oa their own charms. They
need net, since Ayer's Hnir Vigor restore, gray hair to " its original color.
Sold by druggist, and perfumers.
Farmers. from Surrey report tho
Scott road In very fair condition since
the early spring "showers" have
ceased; but tne road will requiro repairs and improvements nt soveral
points before next fall,
In the spring, hundreds of persons
' suffer fnin bofln, carbuncles, and other
eruptive - disease., Thoso aro evidences
that the system is trying to purge itself
of impurities, and that it needs tno powerful aid whioh Is afforded by tlio use of
Ayer's SarsapariUa.
-. Th* second target practice of the N.
W. rifle auoetation will be held on the
Brownsville range to-morrow afternoon. It is to be hoped that every
member, who possibly can, will attend.
' Two or three prises will be offered for
competition.
A surveyor, while working across tiro
river yeitotday, saw six mars. He
was busy at tha time er it is quite
prvbabl. he Would have ran a line
through thorn and towed them to the
oity. Iti* thought they were looking
for oolachans with long poles.
The hnnt for Heronden and Dickson, tha two rascals wanted in connection with the robbing of Birnie and
th* attempted drowning of Carr, proved uusuocessful. The police, along
with a umber of volunteer., thoroughly Investigated every hook and corner
underneath tlu Front street roadway
and whan**, but the bird* had town.
lb. B*» Young'* naw steamer, the
Clara Young, was launched yesterday
afternoon. She 1* a very handsome
model, and i. said to bo the strongest
boat of her class ever built on the
Fraser. Her length is (JO feet over all,
beam 13f«t and depth of hold 5 foot
0 Inch**. Machinists were at work to-
•Writllngtaker boiler and engine.,
ud it I* expected the trial trip will bo
hsd in 10 day*. The Clara Young was
beilt in M«F«e'» shipyard, and reflncts
muoh credit on the builders, MoFoc
BrM,-J.i ■*'■ ■ -T ■—	
(|fl^ Cry*r;mcW^Gistoria
Wcntmlnller Woollen Mill..
Tlio annual mooting of the Westminster Woollen Mills Co. was held on
Tuosday, nud tlio following gontloincn
wero elected directors for the ensuing
year; H. Elliott, John Hendry, Jas.
Laidlaw, Jamos Punch, J. D. Pnri»,E.
S. Scoullar, and D. Drysdale. Mr. fl.
Elliott was elected president, Mr. D.
Drysdalo treasurer, and Mr. J. N.
Drapor seoretary. The working corn-
niiltee is composed of Messrs. Elliott,
Drysdalo and Punch. Tho mills will
be running in about 10 days.
Ollvello at lust.
Mr. Herring has at lirst succeeded iu
getting tho Juvonilo Opera Co, to piny
hero cm Ihe 23rd inst, Tlioy have mot
with suoh unbounded success that it
has been extremely dillicult to get them
to come to this city, owing to tho expanses of tho company boing so large.
Mr. Herring found it necessary to give
a substantial guarantee as they would
not come without it. The public
Bhould givo this company & liberal reception as it will bo an inducomont for
othor lirst-claBS companies to visit
Westminster.
. . . -■—■
The Steamer Bithet.
Tho steamer. Rithet, in clinrgo of
Capt. John . Irving, arrived in port
last night. Since hor last visit to
Westminstor the Rithet has nndergono
extensive repairs and embellishments,
and now presents a vory handsome appearance, both inside nnd' out;.,.- Hoc
hull has been almost entirely rebuilt
and hor engines and boilers have boen
thoroughly.overhauled and repaired.
Tho interior has been beautifully painted and decorated, and the smoking
room and ladies saloon have been furnished with new carpets and furniture.
Altogether the Rithet presents a very
handsome appearance and will without
doubt be a very comfortable craft to
travel on. The Yosemite has beon
placed on the Vanoouver route and tho
Louise has been laid up for repairs.
It is not definitely decided yet who is
to command the Rithet      -
Tbe Water Works Scheme.
The mayor has reoeived a proposal
from the Coquitlam Water Works Co,
to supply this city with a first-class
syBtem of wator-works. The company
proposes to bring water from Coquitlam lake, aud to furnish an abundant
supply for fire purpoaos and flushing
sewers in consideration of receiving
olio-half of ono per cent, ou the city
assessment; and tho city has the option
of purchasing the works at the expiration of 30 years, Tho valuo of the
present assessment roll - is , probably
about $800,000, which would give tho
water company an income of 83,000 on
a Jt per cent. rate. As an offset against
thi. tax it is claimed that the establishment of this water supply would
make a reduction of nearly one per
cent, in insurance rates, and that tho
saving thus effected would amount to a
good deal more than tho tax. It will
be for tho council and the oitizons to
give this proposal a moat careful consideration, and, if possiblo, arrive at a
fair basis of agreement. Tlie city must
havo water, but if it woro possible it
Bhould own the works.
Conference Educational Hireling
Tho conference educational meeting
waa held Inst ovoning in tho Methodist
church, Rov, E. Robson, president, iu
tho chair. After devotional exercises
Rov. J. W. Wadman, M. A., of Victoria, gave a vory e oqucnt address.
Ho considered it necessary, in ordor to
bo ablo to combat with ihe skepticisms
prevailing at the present day, that
preachers Bhould recoivo a university
training. The object of preachers was
to make men better and fit them for
heaven, but what influence could they
have ou tlieir hearers if they gave evidence of illiterateness in their sermons?
Preachers ought to be able to hold the
torch of Divine revelation before all
the people with whom they come in
contact. Some might point to D. L.
Moody, Father Taylor, and others
who, although they received no collegiate training, wero successful teachers
of Divine truth;.but you must bear in
mind that wo are not all so richly gifted by nature as thoso eminent divines
wero. ln conclusion, he hoped the
time was near whon wo would have institutions in our own provinco where
students could be properly trained for
preaching the gospel.
Rev. J. P. Bowell gave the next address. He said that divine inspiration
waa tho highest form ol education, and
claimed that thoro was no institution
better adapted for that than the Methodist church. Oollogiate training, he
said, might sharpen a man's wits, if he
had any, hut it could not put brains
into him; it might convince him of his
ignorance and lay a foundation for a
higher education, but lo make a successful minister of the gospel a man
must receive tho power of the Holy
Ghost.
Rev, W. H. Pearce, of Skeena river,
then addressed the meeting, The rev.
gentleman was very original and pathetic in his remarks. He said that he
received his education in the Sunday
School in Victoria, where the Rev.
Mr. Derick prayed for him. He
thanked God now that ho had been
called to do Christian work; Ho would
rather be a missionary among his
people than the emperor of Germany,
The speaker made an earnest appeal to
tho meoting for pecuniary assistance to
raise our. Indians out of their state of
ignorance. He said that thousands of
dollars wero sent to Japan and other
places for minionnry work, whilst our
poor Indians at home wore negleoted.
A subscription list was then made up,
whioh amounted to about 8500 for the
establishment of a training sohool for
Indian boy* at Port Simpson.
Mr. T. C. Berchard, public school
teacher, Norland, writes: "During the
fall of 1881 I waa much troubled with
Biliousness and Dyspepsia, and part of
tho time was unable to attend to tho
duties of my profernion. Northrop b
Lyman's Vegetable Discovery ahd Dyspeptic Curo wns l-ecoTt'niemled to me,
and I havo imieli pleasure in stating that
I was entirely cured by using one bottle.
I have not had an attack of my old complaint since, and have gained fifteen
pounds In \vSlglifc'"-
mm_t___t__mSs
A lllooil-lklHt*. law-breaker.
Mr. Henry Waltonl, nf Surfcy, who
wns in town to-day, reports that a patriarchal cougar (which, judging from
iin " tracks," and some transient
glimpses of its procession-like length,
would totally eclipse the grim guardian of Col. McGregor's " royal museum"), infests that otherwise peaceful
and prosperous community, This liugo
boast, with several lesser accomplices,
having no fear of tho game law boforo
their eyes, ruthlessly and extravagantly slaughter deer in the Surrey forests,
in season and out of season. Mr. Wai-
ford informs us that in the last few
months no less than threo half-eaten
deor carcases havo boon fouud in tha
woods. A littlo oVcr a year ago two
amateur hunters from this eity discovered in iv thicket, about half n mile
off tho Scott road, two freshly-killed
deer—a buck and a doe—lying a few
yards apart end covered with loaves.
This sort of thing continues to go
on, our deer aro being decimated, and
our laws sot at defiance. Will not
some patriotic people take tho law into
thoir own hands in this matter, and
"board tho lion in his den" Mr.
Watford thinks that a numbor of energetic huntsmen with dogs could "tree"
the outlaws and bring them to terms.
Worms cause fevcrlshness, moaning
and restlessness during sleep. Mother
Graves* Worm Exterminator is pleasant,
sure, and effectual. If yoar druggist
has none in stock, got him to procure it
for you. ^^^^^^^^^^^ .
SAPPERTON NOTES.
A lively Suburb-Sew   nulldlngs-E\-
tensive Sawmill and tannery In*
provcnirnls-A $3,000 Tag.
A representative uf The Columhian
visited Sapperton yesterday, and found
that this pretty suburb is keeping well
up with tho general healthy spirit of
advancement apparent everywhere
throughout the city. Kew buildings
could be seen looming up in various
stages of construction, while foundations were being laid for others.
Among the dwellings may be mentioned a commodious cottage completed lately for Mr. Henry Young, an
officer of tho asylum.
Mr. Jas. Montgomery, who occupies
an important position in the Brunette
Sawmills, has a stoiy-and-a-half cottage under way, whieh will cost in the
neighborhood of ?1,200 when completed. It is rumored that tho genial and
enterprising ' Montgomery,, who, we
believe, is nt present a batchelor, intends to.colonize this house himself.
Mr. Jas. Lo_d, of this oity, builder
and contractor, lias just finished an
$800 story-and-n-half cottage for Mr.
W. J. Houso, an asylum officer.''
MtersiiAiktftiiaii IMc*;, who hiiVo
contracted largely this season, have
just ifbout completed the stone basement for tho large building boing erected for single men's quarters in connection .with the penitentiary. This building will bo 28x32, three stories, besides
basemont, with a one-story wing 16x25,
and will cost $5,000. Mr. H. Hoy
superintends the work.
Thb Brunette Sawmill Oo. havo added to their extensive establishment
this spring, in tho shape of buildings,
a new wing, 30x80, for new machinery
principally, and a commodious cookhouse and dining'room, 20x44. They
have also built two large scows for
their own .business, besides a new pila-
drivor, and' have constructed a shipping vtays, coating over $200, to overhaul- their tugs and other crafts.
Tliise'rit&ilrMng'.firrri'nro just putting in about 81,600 woirtfibf how mnohinery, consisting of a flooring machine, n lathing machine and bolter,
and a machine for sawing box lumber
out of slabs. Tho mill is running on
full time and nearly all of its manufactures are required to meet tho local
demand.
Laidlaw's cannoiy, adjacent to tho
mills, Ib having its present capacity
about doubled by the erection of a
wing 00x100 ft. The piles for tho
foundation have newly all been driven,
and most of the planking for the floor
is laid. A large run of salmon is expected next year, and theso preparations are being made lu advance.
A short distance below tho Brunette
Sawmills is what might be called a
small ship-yard. Here a tight little
craft is being built by Mr. M. G. Ter-
huine, to be used by himself as a tug
for goneral purposes on the rivor. Tho
dimensions of -this handsome Btoam
propeller are 38 feet keel (42 ft. ovor
all), 9 foot beam, nnd 4 ft., 6 inches
hold.
Sho is provided with a double engine, with 0*1 and 8 incli cylinders,
and, for hur sise, i. expected to have
more propelling power than any similar craft on the rivor. '1,'hc boiler and
ongino coat about $1,640. and tho total cost of the steamer ia about $3,000.
Oapt. Torhuine expects to launch his
"water-lily" to-innrrow.
Jabesh Snow, Gunning Cove, N. 3.,
writes! "I was completely prostrated
with the asthma, but hearing of Dr.
Thomas' Eolectrio Oil, I procured a bottle, and it dono me so much good that I
got another, and before it-wns used, I
was well. My son was cured of a bad
cold by the use of half a buttle. It goes
liko wild-Arc, and makes cures wherever
it is used."
Supreme court.
[Before the Hon. Mr. Justico McCrolglit.1
In tho case of Robertson vs. Vancouver Brick and Tils Co. tho case was
amicably settled, The plaintiff refunds the amount paid him by defendants, takes hack hi. tea, and. assign*
the lease of the briok yard to defendants, .The defendants return plaintiff's
noto for $1,500 and each party pay*
their own costs. Drake, Q. fl,, and
MoColl for plaintiff, Hen. A. N.
Richards, Q.O., and Atkinson for defendants.
. ••—.
How to Cure Headache.—Borne people
suffer untold misery day after day with
Headache. There is rest neither day or
night until tho nerves aro all unstrung.
The cause is generally a disordered stomach, and a euro oan be effected by using
Parmoleo's Vegetable Pills, containing
Mandrake anil Dandelion. Mr. Finlay
Wark, Lyswdor, P. Q., writes: "I find
I'rtrmulee'. Pills a firat<class article for
Bilious Headache,"
mimtyWfJMmUfamh
personal.
OIuib. E. Howbo, of Hustings, Rave
us n call to-dny.
M. W. T. Drake, (_. 0., of Victoria,
is stopping at tho Colonial.
John Boultbee, barrister, uf Van-
cover, was in tho oity to-day.
Goo. Black and Aid. Brrighmiao, of
Hastings, paid us a visit to-day.
H. J. Cambio, of Hastings, paid tho
city a short visit this aftornoon.
Mayor Opponheimer, of Vancouver,
was in the city'to-dny and returned
home this afternoon.
Hon. A. N. Richards, of Victoria,
was iu the oity to-day in connection
with a caso boforo the supremo court.
Joseph liusan, Percy, writes: "I was
induced to try Dr. Thomas' Kelcotrle Oil
for a lnmcuesa winch troubled mo for
three or four years, aud X found it tho
best article I ever uaod, It has been a
groat blessing to mo," Frauds may 1ml*
tate Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil in appear*
anco and name, but in everything clue
they are dead failures.
SILK RIBBONS!
Thoso of our readers who would like to
have an elegaut, largo package of extra
fine, Assorted JEtlbbous (by mail), in different widths and all the latest fashionable shades; adapted tor Bonnet Strings,
Neckwear, Sen/is, Trimmiotf for Hats
and Dresses, Bows, Fancy Work, kc,
can get an astonishing big bargain, owing
to the recent failure of a large wholesale
Ribbon Manufacturing Co., by sending
only £5 cents (stamps), to the address
wo give below.
As a special offer, this houso will givo
double tho amount of any other firm in
America if you will send the names and
1*. O. address of ten newly married ladiea
when ordering and mention the name of
this paper. No pieces lees than one yard
in length. Satisfaction is guaranteed, or
money cheerfully refunded. Throe packages for 60 cents.   Address,
London Ribbon Agency,
dwaplOyl Jersey City, N. J.
Wholesale (Jlty Market.
Beef,     per ICO lbs # 7 00 ® 0 00
Pork         «          8 10® ooo
Mutton   ■  »      U-OOl 12 00
Hiden(gr'n)"              4 00(1 5 00
Potatoes     "            125 ® 150
Cnbbage     "              2 00 @ 0 00
Onions        "    2 00 0 0 00
Wheat        "     •   1500 176
Oats           "            1500 175
Peas          "   *        1 sol ooo
Say,  ■    nor tou 18 0000000
utter (rofifl) per ft   0 250 0 85
Cheese,              '.'       0 100 0 17
Eggs,       perdoz    0 200 0 25
Cordwood (retail) por eord   8 500 4 00
When Baby vu sick, we gtT« Ut Cutoria,
Wben she -wm » Child, ihe cried for Cutoria,
When she became Uiu, she clnnj to Cutoria,
WhMiUhadChUdnB,ihdgaTcthemC-utgcii
BAPTIST OHUROH, Ames Street..
East of Mary Htreet. Lord's Day
Hcrvlocsutlln. m. and 7 p.m. Sabbath
Hehool undlllble Class ut 2:;l0 p. m. All
dials free; strangers cordially welcomed.
METHODIST CHURCH, Mary St.
Rev. J. H.White, Pastor. Sorvlccs nt
m. and 7 p. in. sundny School and
Bible Class 2:iM p. m. Prayer Mooting on
ThuwdiiyR at 7.80p.m. Seats free; strangers
cordially invited.
§iT. PAUL'S oitUROH. John Street,
I Opposite Orange Hall; Rov. Thomas
nddon, Pastor, Horviccu every Sundny
at 11 u. iu. and 7 p. in. Tliursday evenings
at 7:80 o'clock. Heats free; nil nre cordial ly invited. Sundny School at 2:80 p. m.
■ UU ION LODGB Ko. O, A. F.
_#\^ * A* BI.--The regular Com-
7W J\ muiilent-toiiK ot tbls Lodge are
/ w\ heldoiillieilrstMondaylneach
month, ttojourulug brethren nre cordially Invited to attend
' I'ETER GRANT,
fe2S-tc Secretary.
Sale of Work
A SALE OF WORK WILL BE HELD
at LOUK 4'OUKI* E, MHpperlou, on
WEDNESDAY NEXT, MAY 16th.
From half-past one till 6 o'clock.
All Trains will stop at Sapperton
giving notlco to tlio Conductor,  dmylll
PUBLIO SALE
In the Supreme Court of Brl-
tlHlU'olumbiii.
FWDLA.Y, DURHAM A BRODIE,
I'MIHTlm,
AlfU
PETER niRRKl.I., DEFEHDAHT,
1 HEREBY aiVE  NOTIOB THAT I
Blii.1l. at Ilia imiir of 12 oTi-lock on
Houilnrll.nl.i .Inj or Ha., ism, nt tbe
COURT IMUSK, 111 tlio Oily ol N.W
Wmrtmllifitor, noil nt Pulillir Auction, the
(Totals nnil olmtlelN. tlio property of the
ili-foniliitit, 1*. lllri-iill, MrlEerl liy mo Bt
Rlvurit Iniot lo Hn-tlnfy il writ of Jtrrtfactat
IwmtTii orrt of llie fipprome Court of UrltlHh
Columlilii In tlio nliove entitled came,
coiniiuiniliiig ine lo levy the Hum or
fltwjn.113, iMralilon rout!! of execution, Hher-
lll'i-t pounUiiuo, oflloors* fees and all other
Incidental cxpouKor*. Tho pnrtlcular. of
the .Bid iiniiilH uml ehntteln iiiav bo seen
nt my oillco In the Otty of Now We.tmln-
.tor. >
May Ilth, im .
(Sinned),       W. J. ARMSTRONG,
dmyllwl . HlierllT,
PtlOVINOIAl, SeCHBTARY'l. OKF1CB,
Oth Hay, 1889.
MIS HONOUR THB LIEUTENANT-
Govornor has been ploaned to make
following appointment!
Flltornfl Evan., Em., of Viotoria, to be
an Official Mcno-irapiior to the Supreme
Oourt of Drltlah Columbia, under the pro-
vlilonH of the "Civil Procedure Aet, lm."
 ilmylltl
Lands In New Westminster
District.
XTOTIOE 18 HEREBY OIVEN THA?
1*1   the 1-onervo which cover, tbe land,
ill New Wi'stmlnifor Dl.trlct that are. Itu-
tvtod to the wont of the North Road, notloe
or which wc* publlahed In the BrltUh
Columbln T<Onirolle,TT end dated 7th Aug-
nut, 1884, hti. boon cancelled for tho pur-
poao of carrying out the provision, nf .ee-
tion :tnf -*aii Ant to nmond tho Lnnd Aet,
1881," Chapter 16 of 1888. nnd for the pur-
pimo of mile In pnrooln, luln or lilookn, al
publlo unction, ami fnr no other purport..
r, a. VERNON,
Chief CommlHsloner of Land. A work..
Land. A Work. Depiirtment,   ___   _________
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JL employment. Han a knowledge of
nu kinds of Needlework. Address "&"
Columbian Offioe. dnptflml
NEW WESTMINSTER
BUILD1NG10CIETY.
A GENERAL MEETING WILL BE
A. held In the COURT HOUSE on Mt-
iifllny, May 1Mb, at tl p. m,
Pwiposk:—Drnwlngforthe Fifth Appropriation ufSlQOQ.    \
Members In arrears nro requonted to pay
all dues, any day between 10 a. m.nnd-l
p. m. or on Wednesday next between 8
and n.mi p. in., at the Secretary's ofllco. No,
8 Bank Buildings.
New Members will 1)0 admitted to the
Drawing on payment of entrance foe (91)
and /our woeks' antMurlptlon, 12 por share.
By order,     WALTER J. WALKER,
Becretary,
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■JUST OPENED AT-
JAS. ELLARD & CO.'S
—•XXWI   XeOV   O-V   ~Ts———
Spring Hats & Bonnets!
(TK1MUED 1RD limUHHEB)
FEATHERS,    FLOWERS,   &.O.,
Direct from London and Paris,
o.A.r.:L .A.3sr:p im^s:jL\.isa:xi>t7Ei
■ .. dwaplSto
RCRAKE,
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, AC.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A InU liner ol Spectacles & Eye-Classes In steel, rubber, .liver and goM
frames.   The finert Pebbles mode, $4 nor pair; nil sight, suited.
Special attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having learned tho
businoMi thorough!* from some ol tho. finest Horologeni in England, and aince then
managed tho watoE-repairing department, ol a few of tho beit Arm. on the continent of America, I. a .uffioient guarantee of good workmandUp. Formerly ntiraa.
ger for neatly 8 year, of tho well-known firm of Savage b Lyman, Montreal.
Charges Moderate.
.    Mostreal, Dec, 1887.—Mr. F. Crake.-Andw. Robertion, Em., Chairman of
Montreal Harbor CoramlMlonor., saysi "I nevor found a Watchmaker who did M :
well for me as you did when In Montreal, and I am sorry you are not here to-day."
.  dwapllte i < '■ I ii
A. M. HERRING,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
SEEDS.     SEEDS.
Just Received, a large stock of Fresh Garden, Field and Flower
Seeds.   Will be sold at Eastern Prices; sc. Package.
HERRING'S  DRUG   STORE,
©1>1>. Telegraph Oflice,
Columbia St., New Westminster,
dwoclltc
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
vrf.^fv;<w. ■.-/•»!! aI
3D RU Ca- Gr i m T M
Sole Agents, New Westminster, B. C.
Choice Family Groceries!
Fancy California Roll Batter, \
Choice Mocha & Java Coffee*
Montserrat Lime Fruit Juice.
Desiccated Wheat, *.
Rolled Oats & Gritz. .
THY THEM FOE BREAKFAST.
AU Goods delivered promptly.
.p. £ FOTJXJZ>e #* 0Qrf      .
OPUPBLLOWS' BLOOK,
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
JUST OPENED OUT,
BOATINQ    SHIRTS, '
- ,  --—aa-MJBI3+^—.  ■■■■:-.'.:
«S» FINEST SELECTION OF NECKWEAR IN THE CJTV
EXCLUSIVE STYiaS IN ■■■7n7,
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AIRE NOW SHQWINQ
New English Dry Goods!
PERSONALLY   SELECTED   IN   ENGLAND AND
SUITABLE FOR THE PRESENT SEASON,
Inspection laa-vltod.
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