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Array -Tod A E J. Davie
VOLUME 2
KEW WESTMINSTER, a 0., TUESDAY EVENING, MAY ,10, 1887.
rv.WOlj* SMITH, M.D.  '
OFF_{__—Clarkson Street, opposite net
e.tnaoe olOolonl.l Hotel.
-R_-ID_N0_-A_ne. Bt,, _ppo.ll. paw
Baptist Church.      ......
OK KICK HOURS-ID o. m. to 11 noon; 3
to I; Md 8:38 to t p. m. dnoloto
I.
M. MACLiiAS, a. a., st. d„ e. m.
OPriUK: MoKensle Slreet, next door to
Drlllflhed.
RK-IIiENOK: Asncs street, third house
Inm H »rjr Street.
OFFIOE HODRS: 10 to 12; _ to 6;«:.«to 8.
d-del8te       	
H.
M. COOPBR, B. A., St. St.,
PHYSICIAN A SUBQEON.
ilFFIOE nnd BESIDINOE-Chnrob 81,
(nest door to Ftrmere' Rome), nenr
Col.mU.B_, N.w We.tmln.ter, B.O.
OFFIOE _ODH8-8to 10_.m.i II08.nd
*M tat p. m.. Cllls in town .nd counter promptl. attended to. teste
pMMSI*
AuietiL,       miylm.,
RABRIBTEMi
'   SOLICITORS, ETO
Oflee. Mekeusle street, New Westminster,
and vaneonver, B. 0.        . v    Jylldwto
T.
C. ATK1R.OI,
RARBISTKR, SOLICITOR, Ae.
McKen.le Street,
dwl.iou* New Westminster, B. 0.
nr EOBHAa oolb,
BARRISTER-AT-LAW:
Iju-d As,nt, Hon.y to Loan.
Columbia Slnet,
se*. Now Westminster, RO.
C,   W. SBAMT,
ARCHITECT
At A. J. Hill'. OHO.,
dwteWc MoKensle St.
O   tl.-l.OW,
AROHITEOT.
OFFICE, (or th. pm.nl, at residence on
Clinton Sir..!.
mr Word may be left »t D. Lyal'. Bookstore. dwftSte
(ItVT. PITTMMOBIOH,
LAND AOENT, AC, AC
Columblastreet,
_-_•!!_ N.ar Crescent, N.W.
fn  J. TBAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
ColnmbiaStreet.............New W.itmlnster
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STKKKT '•' VK.T8HIA.
Norlh British and Mercantile
Inmrance Vo. .or Mainland.
H. 0. BEETON * CO.,
38 Flnsbury Circus,
/ London, E. C.
THE CLARENCE
j Corner Ytfes b Dourlai Streeti,
VICTORIA, B. C.
FMHKC. R10H-WK,Jl.   ■   -'■•   LEIIU
TO .miSTS'HEADQUARTERS: FiaST
Glaus In every rospoct   f-_.li* %*_*•
Klled with nil Co»v«nicarM of Nwlera
olt'lH. New and Elegant In all Its Appointments. Prices Moderate.
Thin magi.tflc-.nl Hotel 1* now open for
the reception of Guests.
aarNo pains will be spared by the man-
agemenl, lo mako thii Hotel pleasant and
attmotlve. doeSto
THOS. OVENS,
MANUFACTURER. OF
finssiBs, Carriages,
•W____ O-OITS.
All Kinds ol Machinery, Patent Looks,
Safes, Mewing Machines, to., fto.,
Repaired.
BLACKSMITHINC
In ml Its brunches.   Farmers', Loggers'
Mill and Contraot Work; Arrtoulturr'
Implements, and evergthlut In the
Having seeured flrst-class workmen, we
feel comment of giving satisfaction.
mr Horno-HhocIng a specialty.
dvr-Jlymti'l   Columbia St., New Wmt.
All eommlMtom will reeelye prompt
and careful attention. Beit reference*
given wheu required. mhlf-te
W.D.FERRIS,
I UID, IRE ul 6BP1L M
lest and Debt collector.
iirian stoi raw ran sui.
i Atm, ttt Ike TStAV(_KR'S IIM an.
AOCIMRT I..SIVAHCK COMI-XI,
■arir.nl. Cu.
.    OFFI0Rl-Fein.Slml.Neir We-tmln-
, star, lello
RAND BROS.
13»*Ij sUTATB ■BO-CERS*
C.nv.f ameers, ..Ileet.rs,
An. iMsuame. Af.-li,
j 0«e_i at VICTORIA i Fori Street,
NEW WESTMINSTER! Corner
MaKensIs anil Clarkson Sts.
VANCOUVER, Cordova Stmt.
.   ipiLMNO LOTS for sal. In all sections
(.1 Vueouvsranil New Weitmlnster Clly.
NOS of auperior uunUty (or
Tort Hammond,
i, Mod Bay.Ijtid-
 — nd, North Arm
| and Flu River.
,*''.BB___ -__CE
'For I Will Speak.
I Wbereos oh certain boughs and sprays
Now divers birds nro heard to sing.
And sundry flowers their heads upraise,
Hall id the coming on of spring,
THK AFOItKSAIU BIRDS MAY NOT
be able to sneak In the English Ian*
guage: but If they eould, no doubt you
would have heard ere this of the splendid
assortment of
BOOTS and SHOES
|*Just received from the Kast, and whieh
are open to the Inspection of the Public*
Wo have also on hand a stock of
Rubber Gooda.
Which we desire customers for at once.
Also, on hand: BoaT.aP-ll--.u_-'*
Martin Rlaekln. trt.e* Omnia, nn.
Ma. Waterpr-af Blarklai. Raktor Cement, and other articles too numerous to
mention, but wbloh are generally found
In n Boot nnd Shoe Store.
GEO. H. GRANT tt CO.,   .
Colombia St.              Xew Westminster,
Orders by wall promptly attended to.
 dwaplte	
si_!»
I   Maps and Plans .iblblted .nil th. lull*
Mt Information furnl.hedatall ourofloe.
__rT®q?19'S-'i.    i
I WIS HAVE AFPMRD TO THB HON.
W lh.Mlnl.UrMI.lartorlwallo.nsa
to ent Timber on th. southern *» acres of
an Island on I he last aide of Pitt River,
Ivlttg party In eaeh M tha folliiwln.: Sections of Township «, Item Westminsur
Dtslrlet, vlsi sections In, M, 28 A 31.
BRUNETTK SAW MIU, CO. IM.
W.N. DRAPER,
_ Seoretary.
fN.WWe.il*. lnator,Tth April, IW.  diipH.nl
— VO-r-
RHnniMn
HAVING BEEN ■APPOINTEO SOLE
Aunts In Ihi. Province for a num-
hartlenlarasr .11 kinds nf machinery for
K-W Mills, Sblnil. Mill.. Fa«urlM,Foiin-
Idrl.l and Machine shops. Includlns Enlace »ed Hollers, stationary and sort-
lit., both new and second-hand; also.
nhbar Bellini,      Aiee and Edn Tools
*__***..  " .,      fl-rtW-.
&&&£•     S„'»supp	
■ukM and .raoai.Fai.U-fnd' oil.,
Mda(F.II Rhsslhlni Paper.
Urbaak.Mk.lM,   Br>s OoM., Ir<n Plp'f
FMsn Tleqnaio,
THE LEADING
BOOTiSHOE
ESTABLISHMENT
—or THE	
Mainland of B. C.
Colonial Hotel Block, Columbia St.
$10,000 STOCK
NOW EN HQUTK.
THIS HOUSE MAKES ANNUALLY
a gnat reduction In prices to make
room fur tlie largest anil beat assortment
of Boot, anil Shots ever Imported into
this country, Irom the principal Houses
nf t'ermaiiy, France, Groat Britain, the
United States aad our great Dominion.
500 LINES KEPT ON HAND.
CALL AND SEE MY  STOOK BEFORE YOU. PURCHASE.
lOOll Md Shoes, from SOo up\vsi-ils,
roll A Banker Coods 4 Tae.-I._-i
of all kinds.
Uitlei' * .eats' Slippers for Xmss-
tha lov.llMt ever ten.
81 lines of Ladles', Misses' * Oklls*.
Mi's I00U.
WM. R088,
dwtal'MalelElMk.ClMMaSt.
dwnoim.
*WWV*. b. c.
Cream & Fancy Cakes
i—00 TU*—
A. DIE BEL'S
FRONT STREET, Orr. C. P. N. Waair.
.., .turn, y,
•rtU©_FJ._f- ,ft , I
COME AND SEE I
W. H. HOLDEN,
ITA VINO TAKEN POSSESSION, OF
XI the "Temperanoe House,"fronting
oncolumblaand Ohuroh streets, opposite
the Episcopal Churoh, and now known
as the
FARMERS'HOME!
WIU accommodate tha traveling public
at tho following rales!
Bond per day. .........ll 10
"     " week  ».... 00
Slngl. Meals. ».   96
Beds    25
a_LGood accommodation for Ladles and
families. myOto
Flowers for aale
c. Mcdonough
HAVING TAKEN
Landbom'sBBildlng, Front 81
(Formerly occupied by Kyle A Tllton),
IS  NOW READY
to serve bis cuitotnere antl everybody
with en good a stook as ft man wants to
select from.
Dry   Goods.   Uroecrlw.   Pntvlaloai*
Croeltfry, (fianswiire, Bwets, Ae.
Come and see tho new plaoe, and let us
know what you thick at it.
dwoclOto C, MoDONOUGH.
CHARLES MURRAY,
CLARKSON STREET,
Opp. Registry Oflee, Xew West'r.
.APED HAMMO, CUZIW, KA_.0_ll.lli_, _0.
WALLPAPER.
Tbo largest assortment of Wall Pnper
in the Oity. comprising newest patterns,
always on hand nt bottom prices. Sam*
Sles on view at T.  R, Pearson A Co.'s
tore, Coiumbin Bt.   Paper haulnji at
specially low rates. dselStc
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERYU AN A DEALER IN
Frail and Ornamental Trees
LADftira Landing, B. 0.
nillE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN-
1 form tho people of British Colombia
tuat he bus established a Nursery at Ladner's Laudlqir, and Is prepared to All
all orders for Fruit Trees, Ornamental
Tr*H>s. shrubbery. Vines, Small Fruits,
Ac. Trees Imported or home grown according to tho wishes of customers. The
subscriber tans, had a thorough praotleal
training in-'tho builness, and having a
permanent stake in tho oountry lt Is Tils
Interest to deal fairly with the publie. He
will wait upon the various towns and settlements shortly, and all orden will havs
his personal atfonUoo, „^/m,„_.,1M,
auUto m, HUTCHERSON.
New Westminster
R
THE ABOVE WORKS  HAVE BEEN
opened in the Bulldlni formerly occupied by Morgan the Barber,
One. Door West of Dickinson's Butcher gkop.
Call and Inspect our work and obtain
prices,
Ve nre tbe only practical Marble €.1.
ler. on tbe Mainland.
Always In stock, a good assortment of
MONUMENTS,
HEADSTONES,
MANTLES, Etc.
RUDGE A MONCK.
New West., April U, Ism.        dwapUte
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Resrlj Opposite ike Colonel ■•lei,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
LARORST AND  CHOICEST
-BMrtmat at dt descriptions ol
MEATS ANO VEGETABLES
Constantly on hud, ud supplied to Kara.
lliu, Restaurant., ud Stumbottt at tho
W WKST POSSIBLE PRICES.
iTOTIOEL
I. Ike Mailer »t Ike Mai. .r SNivM
Wells, late _rl_>B*ra.-Baa, deceased,
ALL PERSON  INDE.ITKI) TO THE
Estate of the Into David Wells, must
pay the amount of such Indoblneas tn nn
at New Westralnstar, II. ('., forthwith.
And all persons having claims against
the said Kstate must send thc same In,
dnly proved, on or before loth Jnno ncxl.
Dated this 15th April: A. II., IM.
E. A. JKNN8,
apiodmlwl Administrator.
NOTIOE.
WE HAVE APPLIED TO THE HON.
Ih. Mlnlsicr of die Interior fora
license lo out and carry away timber from
the following described tract of land, situ-
ated In New Westminster Dlstrlel:
Commencing ol a alak. on the south
sido of DeBeck creek, on the west aids and
about three miles south from Iho hend of
Pitt Lake* thenoe west along the bank of
sold oreek SO chains; thenco south 4.
ehains, thence cast _o chains, thence
north 40 chains to point of oommonnc-
ment; containing nbont Wt acres, ninre or
""'BRUNETTE SAWMILL CO.. Ll).,
W. N, Draper, Secretary.
Mart.mr. iiinriim
futlU British Colombian
Tiesday Steal... Hay I.. last.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies*. Anutrvulof
purlty.HtrenKt.li and wliolosomeness. More
economical thnn tho ordinary, kinds, and
cannot be sold In compt.li.lou wltb the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Hold only In cans.
Royal Baking Powdrk Co., 106 Wall St.,
New York. Sfely
Safe for Sale.
A NO. 10 TAYLOR'S SAFE, in eood
A order; 21x20 Inoiies Inside; will bo
sold cheap.  Apply ut this offlce. dwfel2tc
Shares for Sale.
inn RHARES IN TIIE  BRUNETTE
1UU Sawmill Co,Limited.
H. I. DeBECK, Manager.
Now West., Mar. 10th, U-7.       dm"-
Land for Sale!
140
Frnsci
ACRES FIRST-CLASS PRAIRIE
iv Land on Lulu Island, North Ann.
rnsc^Rlver.  For particulars apply at*
FOR   SALE.
NE-HALF INTEREST IN the LANO-
_   ley Saw and Planing Mill; mill la
good order. For particulars apply on th.
premises to H. WEST,
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JACKSON,
aplSto A HELMCKKN, Victoria.
0
FOR 8ALE.
5000
westinini
ACRES OF GOOD FARMING
.. „   Lands ln the Ditilrlct of New
. cu tin Inn ter.  Will bo sold in \tntn to suit
purolinscrs. Tenns Ensy.
Apply to
ANDREW LRAMY,
dwnp21ml     .     „.      McKenzie Street
Farm for Sale.
CONSISTING OF TWO LOTS OF IK
and 100 aeres (whioh will be sold together or separately); ft miles from New
Westminster; flrst-olou landt abont 25
acreH dyked; balance Prairie and Bush;
will be sold at a bargain,
dwm
Applyto    :     O*. G. MAJOR,
ra Miuun.
New Westmlnsler.
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
A FARM CONTAINING 316 ACRE8-
A partly Improved. Bltnaled on tbe
North Arm. Fraser River, about u miles
from New Westminster nnd about H miles
from Vancouver. For particulars apply
to JAMES MILLER. Rea Islnnd, North
Arm, or to JOHN SPROTT, Immigration
Anent, New .Vestminster.       dwu:**aflml
ForJIale!
1 SPAN DARK BAY MARES, I and S
1 yearn old; good travellers; won .Ingle
or doublo,
I Ray Horse, s years old; works single or
double; nice ladles' orgents' saddle horse;
very gentle.
I f-scaled Boggy! i springs; nesrly new.
I lus *r Tlm.ik- R_y on North Arm,
Fraser rivor.
Ubbl-.i-all Satan. » halM-Mi. Mil
HUH Bellies.
Also—*., and ..e-alMh InlereM 1.
Clly Water I ompaa..
Vf. 3. FKENCR.
New West,Nov. lllh,IIM.     dwnoltto
For Sale!
700 ASS0KTRD FRUIT TBBB8
I^ltilM TIIK JEWKLI, NURSERY CO.,
'    M Inn.,1'iilinl-tltignr
Hnniuirr Apulr.,
► all fpnlc
Wl.ler
Vkerrlea,
«»■»■•__.
Ml,
Alsn-a nice assortment of'Osrvnl and
■a<|il-rrry lliiskea, -PS*. Tfijcs, dlt.
Will Ihi sold ne. whole,or In lota to f ult,
and on very reasonable terms.
JAMES WISE,
mhUwtldto Frontstreet.
NOTICE.
I IIKREIIY GIVE NOTICE THAT I
I., Intend nioKIng apiillcallon lo the
I liter CrimmiHsioiicr of Lands and Works
i"r ii'TiiiirtHion to purchase two unsur-
yeycil liiuiuli In tbo South nrm nf Fraser
Itlver. Ivlitu to the south nf Ijot SB, Oroup
I, uml rontniulng nm ncres more or less.
NTEI'IIKN IIINCUUrFE.
May 2, IS87. ilmy_ni.
Wood and Coal.
THE -UHSCKIHER HAS ON HAND A
largo iiiintiMty ol
RE_r\V_LLI\flTOHUINO_L
And un assortment of
CORD WOOD,
Which he will sell at lowest.rates. H.
will nlso prominly attend to all kinds ol
l_n_.___a_cx-*«».
Orders left nl Mr. McColl'sstoraon Columbia slreel, or nl my house, Douglas
atreet, will micl with prompt attention.
HENRY ELLIOTT.
Now iVcslmlniliir IV O. Jlylfflc
Mrs. SIIHloe'g Ftper.
At a cooference in connection
with tho Socioty for th. Propagation
of the Gospel in Foreign Pitrts, held
at Siumiuiili-daui, £ug., on the I Oth
ult., a paper on the Growth of the
Colonial Ohurch during the past 100
Years was read by Mrs. Sillitoe,
wife of the Bishop of New Westminster, of which the Ipswich Journal gives the following summary:
"Mrs. Sillitoe stated that when the
United States of America declared
their independence, a -(rest nuiiiVr
of loyalists migrated to the British
pwvinoo of Nova Scotia. The revolted provinces applied directly to
the Ohurch at home for a bishop,
and the first one was consecrated by
Scottish prelates in 1784, and three
years Inter a second>nd third were
consecrated nt Lambeth. Thus the
Loyalists at Nova Scotia seemed to
be plaoed at n disadvantage, and the
British government, therefore; in
1787, were persuaded to allow tlie
consecration of a bishop for Nova
Scotia, and .in August of that yeu.
the Rer. Chns. Inglis was conse
orated to the lint colonial see. In
1793 the diocese of Quebec was
formed, comprising the whole of
what wns then known as Upper and
Lower Canada. In 1830 the dio-
<___) of Toronto was separated from
that of Quebec, and the diocese of
Newfoundland from that of Nova
Scotia. During the 30 years lhat
followed five more sees were added
to those already mentioned, and
since then the Ohuroh had grown
rapidly, for during these 17 years
nine more dioceses had been carved
out of the older sees. Tbe Episcopate of Canada now numbered 19,
being the growth of 100 yean, while
the Ohuroh is organised throughout
the whole breadth of the North
American continent. Turning to
India, Mra. Sillitoe said the fint
bishop was consecrated in 18H to
the diocese of Calcutta. Now
there were nine bishops. China
and Japan had five, not counting
those sent out by the American
Ohuroh. In the West India Islands
the sees of Jamaica and Barbadocs
were created in 1824. Thole had
since been subdivided, and the
Ohurch in the West Indies now comprised six dioceses, her growth in
the last century. Passing on to
Australia, Mrs. Sillitoe remarked
that in 1836 the establishment of
the See of Sidney, then known as
Australia, wu effected. During
the next 22 yean 13 dioceses were
developed, the colonists making large
contributions to the endowments,
Forty-six years ago New Zealand
received her first bishop, whilo now
she had six dioceses. In 1847 Africa received her fint bishop, the See
of Capetown being then created.
Her growth had since then been
most encouraging, there being now
10 dioceses. For the single diocese
planted in 1787, our Colonial Ohurch
now numbered 78, while the clergy
in foreign parts, who then Scarcely
exceeded 200, now numbered more
tban 3,500. A great proportion of
these dioceses have their theological
colleges and univenities, educating
and preparing for the ministry, not
only the sons of our colonists, but
also the natives themselves, so that
in India one third of the whole
clerical body are natives of the
country. These are indeed grand
results of the growth of but one
century, and the questions they had
to ask themselves were how had
these results been attained, and
ought they to be satisfied with them!
She thought they wonld find that it
was principally through the efforts
of the missionary societies, that
these results had been attained, It
wu not till the end of the 17th
century that the Ohurch began systematically to care for her children
living in foreign lands, During the
fint half-century of the colonial
episcopate the bishops were entirely
supported by public funds, and it
wus not till 1647 that a colonial see
was endowed by the spontaneous
offerings of the laity. Within the
last quarter of a contury the colonial churches had lost in a large
majority of cases all grants of public money, and it was in the stress
of sudden disendowment when several bishoprics seemed on the point
of effaceinent that the Sooiety for
the Propagation of the Gospel in
Foreign Parts oame to the rescue,
guaranteeing the episcopal salaries
for a term of yeara and by leading
the way in the formation of endowments, saving many dioceses from
extinction. After having further
explained the work of the society,
Mrs. Sillitoe said they must not
rest satisfied with the present result-. The colonial episcopate was
miserably insufficient for tne work
of those immense territories orer
which the bishops preside. In conclusion, Mrs. Sillitoe made a strong
appeal on  behalf of the society's
funds, remarking that when nll
sbould have learnt to know Him
then, and then only, might lhey venture to feel satisfied with what they
hod been allowed to da"
THE NEWS.
commercial Unlou   Between
(unHda and the 1.8.Talked or.
The Ultimate, for the liming tear
sre Brought Down ta Ike Bene
or Omumm.
GENEMl MWItHEWim tm.
Bv Associated Press,
C'0yMBII0I-.l. UNION.
Nkw Yokk, May 9.—The JVilitme's
Ottawa special aays there ia considerable talk ainuiin members of the house
of commons-lithe question of commercial union with the United States,
In the course of a few days the matter
.ill be brought before the Dominion
parliament as a substantive resolution,
and a division .ill be nsked for. The
entire liberal party, with a solid phalanx from lhe tnaiitime.provinces and
Manitoba, will favor the.measure.
thk _______ .gnu.
Lincoln, Neb., May 9.—The agent
of the Associated Press has learned
that Hon. J. Filagerald is having
photographs taken of letters and documents in the handwriting of Pigul,
which were submitted tn an expert
committee nn Saturday fur comparison
with the Lrmdciii Timet facsimile letter, and will fur ward copies to Mr.
Parnull and hii friends, also to leading membt'ia of tlie Gladatou. party,
so that they may compare the handwriting for themselves.
THE QUEEN SPBAXS.
London, May 9.—-The queen to-day
received at Buckingham Palaco the
cnrpciratiiin of London, whieh called
by a|ipuihtmeiit to preient tbe jubilee
address uf this city. In reply the
queeii said: "I tbauk you for this
assurance of loyal attachment to my
throne and person. It sires me great
satisfaction, limbing baok on the history nf my Yoigh, to recall how much
its prosperity, is oting, under God, to
the sound sense aud good feeling of
my subjects, the sympathy uniting the
throne and the people. I trust, under
the Dlvins blessing, this cordial sympathy may remain unbroken.
nisi AMM-HS. .' '
•Lonbob, Msy 9.—Healy,   in th.
commons this afternoon, asked what
ansaet had been returned by th. government to the letter of Patrick Kgan,
treasurer of tbe old Land League,
offering to return tn Dublin aud stand
trial for the charges against him, pro
vided a change uf venue in his ease is
not nsked from Dublin. Ool, King
Hsrinon, parliamentary secretary for
Ireland, replied that no answer had
been sent, fur the reason that no auch
letter had been received. (Laughter.)
Arthur O'Connor intimated thai in
consequence of. the attitude of the
government on the Timu charges, he
refused to continue tu serve as a member of lhe ci mmiisinn of inquiry into
the civil service.
a costly nu.
Wimuna, May 9.-The fire at
Holland, on the Canadian Pacific and
Southwestern railway Saturday night,
destroyed Shaw & Higgins'general
store. Loss, JoO.OOOj insurance (30,*
Ot'; MeWhinnuy St Buroliard's store,
140,000, insurance .16,01 ); Sinclair's
hotel, 130,000, uu insurance; Riehard
O. Gar's stun, $9,000, nu insurance.
The origin ef th. nre ia unknown.
.BOH OTTAWA.
Ottawa, May 9 Th. government
estimates of eipenditure for Ihe fiscal
year ending June 30th, 1888, were
presented today, showing a total of
136,000,000, an increue of (801,000
over this yesr. There has heen a gen.
eral cutting down of expenses in tbe
departments. The increase is due lu
the amount required to build lb.
Sault Ste. Marie canal, 91,000,000.
A htif milium dull r wil I e spent un
tli. Wetland canal, iu deepening it
uniformly in 14 feet. Tlie amount
required to maintain tlie d.li.riiia protect on s.'ivice Is deer ascd by 125,-
000, and lhe subsidy uf 117,-60 fur
steamer servico between San Fi-n*
Cisco and Victoria is cut olf altogether.
British Columbia members insist thai
the Canadian government cann* I
••it'.draw Ihe annual subsidy tu mii'ii*
tain steam comtnnniratiun between
San Franoisco and Victoria, as il * »
expressly stated in the terms nf
union when British Columbia entered j
the Dominion that this grunt ahould I
be insde annually. I' ia thought the
guvernment will reiusl'ite the amount
in the supplementary ml.,._ es. .
Sir John Macdiinnld il-uilqs the rt*
purt that he ia tu ho rais.-d In the :
peerage.
A prominent member nf the uabiiwt
to-day expressed the opinion that the
entrance of Newfoundland into the
Dominion ia inevitable.
A TBKB1BLB AIWIOBST. ,1
DiNVBB, Col., M»y 9.—A Stone- j
wall, Ool., special lo lhe Nom says: I
Fanny Hurray, aged  16, left home |
early Saturday morning tu visit her!
brother, sume three miles distant, and j
wu permitted to ride a broncho hone.
When coming home she alighted to !
open a gat., and in remounting the
saddle     turned,   frightening    ih.
broncho.   Th. animal ran about twu
miles, dragging the girl, whue. fuul
waa fastened in th. stirrup,   Hone
and rider were found sid. by side,
the girl desd, with nesrly every vestige
of clothing stripped from her.
NUMBED 10».
Condensed Dhpatefcei.
American wheelmen will meet jh'i__
Louis on May 20.       ' '"     ■"■'*
The Russian govemment hu prohibited the sale of tlu. drams, "The
Powers of Darkness." >'*
Congress hu allowed the Welter
National Bank of New York-to basin
business with a oapital uf -UfiQt.W.
Manning is president
OUl.-JULllU.4mUU.  ;■■„
Pencil P_.nl-.   '
A felt shoe is the least feh.
Important tn invalids—To get %ell,
A colored swell—A Mack .ye.- ,
Uartford Times.
An aching void—A hnltbw tooth' - -
Hanger'sBttatr. '' :■' :■■-'■'
The man who _■__. Hi-'_-*_■«••-•
rarely gets it \mk.—Bifti*tt. '■ '
Across old bachelor suggesttthai
births should be annouued uadsr ther.
head of new music. *
An unknown quantity may liv described as what you get when you bt|y
n quart-box of strawberries
Queer —is it not-that baa-ball
should depend very much upon, the
pitcher, aiid cricket upon the bowl     '"
The man with brick in his hod hu
ust u much right to strike ae the
rl5tohto„a_--_f-r-
iellowwlth _"bri_
Ocean.
Eastern Canada.
Navigation is now open in tha St.
Lawrence.
The Nova Sootia legislature ha.
been prorogued.
During laat week fifteen hundred
immigrants arrived in Montreal:   ■
Boson, the Belgian forger, arrested
in Montreal, has been cxtrad" '
During April there wu.col
customs officers, at Hamilton,'
The work of oou-tnnjtioa, o» tlw*'
parliament buildings, Quebec, hu Ute .
resumed.
It is estimated tbat over two hundred buildings will be erected in B_r-
lin, Ont., tbis season.
The customs duties collected st th.
port of London, during April, irm
$89,699.02.
Employes of the Merritton Cotton .
Company an striking against a redaction of 1
The customs dutiss collected at Winnipeg for April amounted tot-Mat,
against 131,170 for U.e corresponding
period lut year. ,
The confectioners and tobaooouste
them from opening on Sundays.
Mr. Milner Hamaun, runted to
hare been the we_UM_s.__M._s__.
county of Perth,.wai found dud far'
bed on Sunday,
Between November and April UsT
♦186,669 wu spent in the _)*-___*__.
of ssed lath, suffering settlen In th»
North-west   .
Montreal is sending ui_sfl____s.
deputation to Ottawa to arnonDw
government the nsoe__ty;<jf tabkif
prompt steps to prevent the reoumau
of floods.. • .. .
The steamship. Juhn KnoXiiMt
Glasgow, foundered on Monday, at
Channel, Newfoundland. All On
board, numbering about thirty penons,
perished.
John Cowan, a deaf mote, while
walking on the Grand Twnk took,
near Beschville. on Monday, was
struok by a train and instantly kilted.
At Portsmouth a flv.-year-oJ* _oy
named Willi. Atkins and a littl. g_H
nsmed Williams, about th. sam. af*
were drowned in a wall.       *.       ,
Detachments of police' have bun !
sent from Regina and Lathbridga to
Cypress Hills ih connection with the
recent reported outrages by Indians.
A youug lady drew * 140 out of. a  .
Montreal hank, recently, and while
talking to the teller a bold thief out
the bottom out of her hand 1
and abstracted the money.
The Great French Remedy, Ur. U-
Due's Periodical Pills. These Pills ara
couipuunded from the purest drags, sad
from these only which ar. kaowa te ait
upon the Genertttim Oiywu I. Frasfa.
They an lint enclo-_l in m air-tight
capsule, and by this means made te ra*
tela their full atrenath for yeu. iaaay
ollnmte. Ask ua for private ____|qr.
A. M. HuniNO t ft 8, CuanstOOj,
New Westminsteri T. HufMey, IM'
ner'aLanding: H. McDowell A Co., Vu.*
oouver; Pihibunr k Co,, naMMUi'T.'
llt-kaitl, Denman Island) A. K. J-h-teo
4 Co., Chemainus; R. B. -Uchaetsu
Cowichan; W. & McCarteajr; * Dm, .
V.ii. .mnr .nd Kamloops; Haatiags Saw.
Mill Co., Vanoouver; Ae *___e_iva.''
DiuaCo., Vanoouver; J. B. Lorell, VaJei ■
W. II. Menw, Priest Valley; H. Clark
k Co., kamloopsi Lanoliv A Oo..,
whole.- lie auents, Victoria.    dwseMyl .
 'J ! ■■'.!—    11 >, ,.'-.U-i-JJU. -L- l)llg
OT.  PAUIj'S CHVaOH. .......
(5 ery Sunday at II a. a.andjr,
lhs Chumh, hi. John «lrwt, helm
avenue, aula tne, all ara cnrdl
vltcd. Rnndav Hchool at ta. r.u.
J ■_    tttSKe)
BTIIODIST CHI-Mil,  Man
_ Rev. a Wataon, Paator.	
a. m. and 7 p. m,   Sunday .
Bible Class 3:* p. ni.   Prayw
Thursday, at an.m. Seat, free;
oonllally Invited. ■"" ^*
S!
Ler
APTIST   OHUROH,
rJ Kast or Mary street   _
*nnlo, Paskir.  Ixird's UaySi
&m. and 7 p. m. Habbath,
hie Olaaa al 1:D a. ni, All
stranierscordially welcomed.
A
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* A. ■—Th. malar Omb- ■
munloatlon. ol r    ~ *
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asoolb. aaHrarnlns
ynvndtn.tt.nd
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111 ■_ il )! I11.1 3*UBJrifah golambiatt cmSTFEDSRATION   LIFE
fell-. ____m_ Mu ■»■ '»*-■•
■r*-******
Mae ItamlnlM Halter-.
From a despatch iu another col
umn it will be seen that, although
an attempt hu been made to reduce
the oast of carrying on the affairs
of the Dominion, the expenditure
thia yeu shows dn inorease of about
1800,000. Now that the nation's
greatest publio work (the 0. F. B.)
hu bun completed, it wu hoped
tbat the national expenditure might
be decreased. With a debt of over
1223,000,000 it is time tor the federal authorities to inaugurate a
policy of economy, or we shall shortly
find ourselves overwhelmed with
taxes. .The proposal to withdraw
tbe annual subsidy for the steamship
service between Ban Francisco and
this provinoe. would only be entertained by our members on condition
that the amount should be applied
to the benefit of this province in
some other shape, It wu one of
the conditions of our entering the
confederacy that this steamship service should be maintained. But
the need of this subsidy has disappeared. Trade between California
and British Oolumbia has developed
to suoh proportions that the routo
will always be found a profitable one
for steamers, and there is no fear
but a regular service will be kept
up. The people of British Columbia might, therefore, without injury
to themselves, consent to the withdrawal tf the subvention if the Dominion government will consent
that an equal sum per annum shall
be available for othe r provinoial
schemes of much greater importance
to the development of our resources.
Gam Grano Balls.
Our readers will remember that
it wu elated in our telegrams not
long ago that a rioh gold and silver
mining region had jut come to tight
in the Sierra Mountains. The Sun
Francisco Bulletin seems to regard
the announcement as belonging to
that class of things which new) to
be received with caution. It says
the story of the discovery "reads
like a "modem novel The maps
and other documents pointing out
the location of this bonanza were
discovered in an old church in So*
nom These guided exploring parties interested in the Sonora Land
Oompany to the right spot. If any
explorers .mold find old and abandoned minu of fabulous richness in
Sonora, it might be a party of explorers from Chicago, who would be
apt to su everything above ground
and a great wai under ground.
Aooordiog to the meager account
whieh coeaes by telegraph, the Laya-
pa silver mines liave been found "in
the midst of thousands of ruined
buildings, and among large churches
and forts." It staggers ordinary
credulity to read that within a radius of four miles are evidences of
"910 workings of old Spanish fur-
nacea" Whether that number of
holu in i the ground are all counted
u workings is problematical. But
a few years ago as many holes in
the ground, evidence of, "workings,"
could have been found in a single
county in California. And as for
furnaces, then were any number of
old tin cans and evidences that the
miners, .at' least, had erected sufficient furnaces to cook their own
dinners. The next find is recorded
u occurring a few days later. This
time the bonanta is well up in the
Sierra Madre Mountains. The 118
arutras are evidence that there
must have bran lively mining times
there. Then, in addition, there are
great placer fields which had been
worked a hundred years ago and
abandoned. All this is very much
in the eld vein of mining stories.
The Sonora Land and Exploring
Oompany evidently meant to start a
boom. If twenty-thousand adventurers eould be induced to go to
Sonora jut now tiie boom would be
wdl oh'Its way. Sonora istradi
tionally rich in precious metals. A
great dul ot silver has been taken
tram minu worked a hundred years
ago. Rich' mines are being worked
in Sonora now.' But that state and
the adjoining northern states of
Mexioo have been thoroughly explored.; Nearly every abandoned
mine haa been trail known. They
bave butt explored over and over
again. Soli, of the best have passed
into Amerioan hands. Abandoned
araatru are not an uncommon find,
They are not of themselves evidence
of rich minu, but are quite u good
evidence in most oases that mining
in that particular spot had' not been
a very satiUaetbry business, Then
is hen no circumstantial account
of a single rich mine, no uncovered
vein ot on of great richness; only
an aooo«-k et ruined buildings, re
■miu dt;nutting -omncu and old
are-tree.■■■ Before there is any rush
to Booora, it might be well to sift
the reports br evidence that any
really free* disoovery of mineral
tr__nna.hu been made. Old araatru and1 rained mining umps are
not so rare in any ot the northern
statu otj-exico Aat they can now
furnish a gekd Basis for a great min-
«4httmT:U. any really Mat dis
owwiee !_** been made, there will
be ciroupjtantial accounts shortly
ot soMtUac _W» _te_/»jidoned
an-itru .'_>__( ather mining debns."
It nuy W«h-t the BttMtitlevity
hu bun Uunired by the fact that
-__rr_____rwiir^in nothing by
the r-p_rtie_ dlMomy.
ProcerdU-gs of tbe I'lfli-eutli
: Annual   MeclliiK.
Held al Ihe Head Ofllce, Toronto Street,
Toronto, .a Tuesday, April Uth,
last, al 1 p. iu.
The meeting waa well attended by
policy holders, shareholders and others
Interested.
Tho President was eleoted chairman,
and J. K. Macdonald, secretary of the
meeting.
The chairman called upon the secret*
ary to read the notice calling tho moot*
ins, which was clone.
The minutes of the lust animal meeting were taken as read.
The President then submitted the fifteenth annual report as follows*.—-
The close of the year 188(1 completes
the three quinquennial periods of the association's existence, and thc results,
from whatever stand-point viewed, afford
striking evidence of trno progress.
It is, therefore, with a large measure
of satisfaction that the dire-tor- meet
the policy-holders ond shareholders in
the fifteenth annual meeting with evidence of success unequalled in the history
of Canadian life companies.' It has con*
tinned to be the aim of the directors to
Secure business at reasonable rates, and
hence they have avoided the extravagance in that direction which too strongly
marks the struggle for pre-eminence between life insurance companies. A safo
business, ou only well-tried linos of insurance, has been sought for, and therefore all merely specious plans, which, in
the opinion of the directors, are certain
to prove delusive, have been avoided.
The adoption of such .plans and a less
conservative course in oaring for the
policyholders' money, would have led to
a largely Increased volume of business;
but, if that course had boen adopted, a
less satisfactory balance sheet and a decreased surplus would have been thc
result.
During the year (including 112 reassurances for ,173,250 from the Life
Association of Canada) 1,919 applications
for a total assurance of $2,977,100 were
received. Of theso, 1,812 for 82,794,190
were unproved, and 107 for .183,000
were declined. It should be mentioned
tlmt these results represents only eleven
months' work, aud yet, ub compared with
the full year 1885, the eleven months'
-work shows and increase of 427 accepted
applications for 1497,062 of assurance.
No stronger evidence than the above
can well be offered, of the appreciation
by the publio of the special advantages
afforded by the Association's high standard of security, and liberal terms and
results, combined with only sound plans
of assurance.
Attheoloaeof thu year the register
showed the following business in force:—-
9,493 policies on 8,476 lives, for ?14,*
679,474 of assurance.
In the matter of tho ro-assurauces
from the Life Association, and the consideration allowed for the same, the
Directors might have charged only a part
of the expenses of the year, carrying
the balance to some such account as
"Commuted Commissions-," but such a
oourse would have been contrary to thc
practice of thia Company, and while an
Earently increasing the surplus, w&uld
ave been entirely worthless either as n
security or for division, therefore the
consideration was oharged in fnll to the
expenses of the year. A sound balance
sheet will readily compensate for as light
increase in the expense ratio.
The Death Olaims for the year were
again favorable,,calling for $85,048.85.
which includes bonus (and interim bonus) additions, under 50 policies on 49
lives. This fact sufficiently attests the
care exercised in the admission of members. It will be observed that the interest received more than provided for .the
claims. ■'
The usual financial statements, duly
certified, are submitted herewith. It
cannot fail to be a source of satisfaction
to all interested, in the Compnny to note
the rapid growth in volume anil strength
whioh these Statements indicate. The
following increases oil the showing at
the close of 1885 aro worthly of note:—
Interest nnd
Premiums.     Kent,        Reserve.
Increase, •___>_.-.    91:1,0111,111    san.0_5.77
Ashi*i_. Hurplus.
8-M.375.rB __i,_l.08.
In the opinion of the Directors the
time has arrived when the rate of inter-
eat used iu calculating the policy liabili-
ies should be reduced from four and one-
half per cent, to four per cont. The
large increase In the Reserve, amounting
so nearly to $300,000, will indicate how
fully provision has been made for the
future payments which nre sure to be
required. So thoroughly has the necessity for absolute safety beon realized by
the Board, which, in tho face of the
f;reatly reduced rate of interest now (and
ikely to be) obtainable on first-class
Investments, can only lie assured by
reducing the assumed rate of interest,
that they have determined to hold a large
sum undistributed. Larger profits to the
policyholders at the present time would
ue but a poor compensation for n possible
inability to provide at an early day for
the greater liability which will bo occasioned hy the Government compelling the
assumption of four per cont. in calculat*
log the Reserves.. The Directors mean
to be prepared, and will therefore hold
for that purpose and for unseen contingencies the sum of $01,364.45 undistributed.
It will be a c*auso ol satisfaction to the
policyholders to learn that one-half of the
ten per cent, going'to the shareholders
tor the put quinquennium has been given
up, aa a further protection to the policyholders being Included In thc $01,305.45
so specially reserved. This gives, practically, ninety-live per cent of the profits
of the quinquennium to tlie policyholders.
The Confederation Life has done the
Canadian public excellent service in
leading up to a measure of liberality on
the part of thc life companies strikingly
In contrast with what prevailed before it
was deemed desirable to come up to Ita
standard. This Association still main
tains its place In the van.
It will ne seen from the balanoe sheet
that the sum of $260,420.50 has been all
located to the policyholders. To this
shonld be laddad $10,-39.78, which has
been paid eut as interim proflts, making
the total profits to the policyholders for
th. last Ave years $270,060.28 more than
double the profits for th. second quinquennium.
This result cannot fall to prove satisfactory, and more especially as so large a
provision has been made for all contingencies under the special amount held as
undistributed surplus.
It hu alao been decided to bring the
amount paid on the neW shares up to ten
per cent, making the old and the new
alike. This will Tie dOM by declaring a
bonus of $2 per share, and calling in $4
on the new shares. This bonus will be
declared ont of the shareholders' surplus,
and will make the paid up oapital $100,-
000, Whieh will still further strengthen
the security of the policyholders.
Tho Directors felt that the time had
arrived for thc creation of an Acturial
Department, und, on tho recommendation of the managing director, it has been
organized.
The valuation of the Policy and Annuity obligations has been mado by Mr. D.
Parks Fackler, thc well-known Actuary,
of New York. Hts certificate will he
found appended to the Report,
The change dooided npon last year In
regard to tho quinquennial periods goes
into effect ln 1887, and in future the date
of the issue of the policy will determine
its quinquennial periods. Policies sharing say four years' profits now, will, on
the settlement of the premium for 1888,
become entitled to the profits for 1887,
tho fifth year of the polioy. Policies lu
force for' longer or shorter periods, will
similarly become entitled to profits iu
1880-90, to.
The directors have had the Insufficiency of tho present offico accommodation
forced upon them by the rapidly growing
business, and have concluded that the
timo had come when the Company should
possess a building of Its own. They have
tried to purchase a suitable site, but
finding that impossible, have leased for a
period of 42 years, with tho light to renew in porpetuity, the site on the northeast comer of Yonge and Richmond
streets. It is proposed to proceed to
build as soon as may be prudent, aud
havo the building ready for occupation
beforo the expiry of the lease of the present offices.
The directors have pleasure in referring to the continued diligence and
faithfulness of the Ofllce and Agency
Staff.
All the Directors retire, hut are eligible
for re-election.
Vf. P. HOWLAND,
President.
J. K. MACDONALD,
Man. Director.
Cj\SH STATEMENT.
itEoairra
ISSj.
Dec. 31. Cosh on hand
and In banks a swiff so
1880. ■ UBVENUK ITK-Id.
Dec. 01. Premiums  475,102 41
paid
ln advance.
Interest	
Kent	
Annuity  Premiums 	
474 IM
16,285 12
.,« »
2,0-0 00
Hi:i'AYMENT OF INVEBT.I KN'IS, Kit'.
Loans on Policies 14,711 27
"    Mortgage 67,841 SI
"    Htock 65,(198 :«
"    Delicnts.. 0.005 00
Halo of R'l Est. 21,170 45
Deb'nt'r's matured nm m
Adv'nco to employees. Ac...
Prom sundry
sources	
K
202,570 26
793 63
516 91
Audited.
John I_ak oton,
John m. Martin.
EXPENDITURE.
Dec. flint, 1880.
__xi.ei.8P_. for yenr	
lte-Ini. unmet*	
Annuities	
(.ommlKHlon on Loam......	
Rent	
Taxes ,	
InHuranae imparl ntomlence	
Returned tol'ollcy-holder-i!
Claims hy Denth 191,180 ___>
Surrendered Policies,}. 11,217 !_r>
Proflta In ensh and reduction of prein'm*-, 10,001 21
..610,.. .3171
.. 4,450 89
..    2,44914
..     1,008 15
..     2,008.'»
395 00
307 90
119,-X.l 74
Dividends to Stockholders and
civic tax on same    10,532 00
INVESTMENTS, ETC.:
' frranf. on Mortgage, Block*, Debentures, etc.....: SXtfliH 07
Medorn and Wood, slnk-gfund
paid ofl". ■'. _.       570 13
Advances to General Agent*
fortmv'.'g expenses, etc, _,      084 94
Advances to employees on security of commission or salary ™...      450 00
Suspense account and small
current accounts       252 09
Balance on hand, head office...      131 HI
Balance In Bank"   84,704 22
BALANCE SHEET.
ASSETS.
Dec. .1st, 1883.
_.570,174 52
Debentures...
.Mortgages*	
Real Estati.	
Less wrlttcd oil	
 I
..■.W0.474 78
....   2,042 09
100,748
1,3-1,040
77,4.-2
1.H0.415
Loans on Blocks A Debentures,
Gov-tS-j-Ci-cent. Htock and Savings Bank Deposit        4,880 5
Loans nn Company's Policies..,     72,177 0
Agents' Balances 8330 30
Less written off as bad   00 22
—■_.__.      sse i
Quebec Gov't Tax (In suspense)        TOO
Sundry Accounts..       2,094 3
Furniture       2,441 8
Flre Premiums, etc., repayable
by Mortgages        1,873 2
Cash on hand, 131 fl
Cash In banks, 81,704 2
Premiums In course of collection (reserve thereon Included In liabilities), of this tho
sum of $17,837.00 Is covered
by short date notes, 81/09 0
Quarterly and half-yearly premiums on existing policies
due, subsequent to Doc. ..1st,
1HK0, (reserve thereon included In liabilities), 23,425 0
Interest due and uccruedf r-fl-iWl 9
Rents accrued, 333 8
MABIMTIEJ..
Decomber Slit, 1880.
Assurance fund [Including
bonus additions],     Hljr-(R,V!T
Annuity funds. 18,190
$.,1*32,710 03
Less far policies re-as
sured,
For temporary reductions.
Lapsed policies, value
on surrender
njmjm
19.08..
 ,11881,278 01
njttmtj
LOW oo
Losses by death, waiting   completion   of
papers,
Premiums paid ln advance
Declared proflts unpaid
All other accounta, Including medical feci
directors'fees, etc.,
Surrendered policy waiting majority of bone-
flclnry,
Paid up Capital Stock
Dividend for hnlf year
to December 81,
Held to cover cost of
collecting premiums
outstanding and de*
ferred on December
31st, 1880,
Surplus,
Apportioned ns follows.—
To policy holders, $2M.,42f»-"-fl
To shareholders, nr,,m 22
Held undistributed
as security and to
provide for a 4 per
cent basis of valuation, 01,3.-4 4>l
ri,2ll 23
471*4
Kll .17
7,338 30
817 58
■-.1,000 CO
4,800 00
_}S7,-mi8
$2,033,710 OS
Audited, ..OI.NI.A.-.-TON,
.-oh-nM. Martin.
.1. K. MACDONALD,
Managing Director,
' A number or the persons present expressed their great pleasure at the very
satisfactory report submitted, and, commended the directors and management
for the steps taken in providing for'. the
increased security to tne policy holders
and also for the large surplus after suoh
ample provision had been made for the
requirement of the present law as well as
for the greater requirement nnder the
prospective reduction to tlie four per.
cent oasis of valuation.
The usual routine business was taken
up and disposed of. The old directors.
wen re-elected, and at a subsequent
meeting of the Board, Sir W. V. Howland was re-elected President and tho
Hon. Wm. McMaster and Wm. Elliot,
Esq., were re-elected Vice.presidents.
County Court
XTOTICE IS HEIiBBY OIVEN THAT
111    tho County Court set for Wednesday
the Uth May, 1887, will bo postponed to
Wednesdny the lst ilny ot June, 1887.
By Outer,
dinyllwl E. Ai-KNNH, B. O. C.
Dissolution of Partnership,
■VTOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN THAT
ll the Partnership of Chong Soong and
Chong Tine, doing business nt Cnillt-
whack, has been dissolved. The undersigned has no farther Interest tn the business, und will not ho responsible for any
debts contracted by either Chong Tine or
Lun Sing. ^        ..'-.^OHONGSOONO.
Dated doth April, 1887.
dwmy7wl
_yroqpio_s.
In lhe watter mt the Estate or J. B.
-Hume, ilrreased Intestate.
4 LL SUMS DUE THE ESTATE OF
A the lute J. K. Murne must, be paid lo
tlie undersigued forthwith; and nil persons having olaims against the said Estate must send In their accounts, duly
verified, to the undersigned nt New Westminster on or beforo tlie 7th dny of July,
A. D. 1887.
Dated at New Westminster the 7th Mny,
A. D. 1887. E. A. JENNS,
dmy7m2 Administrator.
TENDEI18 WILL BE ItECEIVED BY
< the undersigned up to noon of Saturday Ihe 81st May, for the erection of a
three-story Urlrk Hotel on Columbia
street for W. A. Duncan, Esq. Plans nnd
specifications can ne seen nt my oflico on
and after Monday tbo Oth Inst,
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted,
G. W. GRANT,
Architect, McKcnslo-st.
New Westminster, 2nd May, 1887.
dmyStd
NOTIOE.
SITTINGS OF  THE COUNTY COURT
of Cariboo wilt bo hold—
At Olinton, Friday, 18th May,' 1887.
At Lillooet, Wednesday, 18th May. 1887.
At 150-Mile Houso, Tuesday, 28th June,
1887.
At Soda Creek, Thursday, ,10th Juno,
1S87.
AtQuesnollcmouth, Mondny, 4th July,
At Richfield,Saturday, fltji July, 1887.
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Otlleo,
Mh April, 1887. dap_»td
JOHN S. COX,
IMPORTER _ DEALER IN
Fancy b
IT COSTS NO MORE TO KEEP GOOD
Fowls than it does to keep poor Fowls,
My Breeding Pens are equal to any In
the united htates or Canada.
I propose to furnish Eggs from premium
and lirst-class Fowls, my design being to
establish a reputation tbat will last.
Cash must accompany all orders,
Address, with stamp,
JOHN 8. COX,
dwfe7tc New Westminster
TUESDAY, MAY 24, 1887.
Grand Excursion!
OVER THS «'. I*. II. TO
NORTH  BEND & RETURN
Under the Auspices of tlio Y.M.C.A.
BETWEEN HOPEANDNORTII BEND
Usomcof the most i__i.m.lll..ent scenery along the wholo lino of railway. Including the far-famed canyons of tbe
Fraser Hlver.
Tmln wilt leavo Wexiiulnsicrut 8n'clcH-k
In tbo morning, returning at »:__, In tlio
evening.
Tickets for lhe Ituiimi Trip, #:t, bin to
all who purchase before May 7th, a reduction of Go cents per ticket will bo made.
Tickets for Sale at-tlio stores of It. Lyal,
Ogle, Campbell A Co., 7„ S. Hull, D. H.
Curtis A Co., A. M. Herring, Geo. Grant A
Co., and W; tt Austin.
N, B.—Train stops at all way stations between here und Yale. dwap20td
WANTED
PURCHASER!. FOB
Marlae t BUtlonarr Engine-, Boll,
en, FnmiM, Inspirators, Interiors, etc.,
Blj'sm Fillers', Que Filters' and Plumbers;
Brass mid Iron Qo-iIh, nil kinds of Ml..
I.I Mi.ehl.rr)-. Air Compressors, Ingersoll Ilih'k Drills, Hoisting Mtichlnery,
Drill Htecl, Murlilnery Htecl, Picks,
Hhnvels, Iron A Htecl Wire Hope, Hub*
ber Hose, etc.,
Ball-.. A Cmliwlonr (lenernl Hup*
Min, Scrapers, Curs, Anile end
Bar Iron iinifHIoel, Crow-liiim, l'nrlliind
Cement. Rooflng Pnper, lliilldlng
Paper. Fire-proof Rooflng Cement, etc.,
Iron * wnwl-worklu Marhlaery.
Blinding, Pullers, Chucks, Lathes, I'lun-
ers, Kntlier Belling, Tin Pliilo nnd
Corrugnted Iron Elbows, Axe, Pick,
fork and Hammer llundles, tU'Hl
While Oak r.gol., HHtul., 15-gnl, ._-gnl.
Kegs, Qeo. Tj. Wood A Ron's eclehrntcd
New York Varnishes, Chapman Nous A
Co.*. Flsh Ball iin kinds), one new
Hall's Safe. One new PmI Table.—Apply
lo Fi/WELCOME MCOBADY,
Mschnnloal Draughtsman A Contractor.
ear Plans ahd Hpecineatlons for Boats,
Buildings, Machinery, eti'., carefully prepared. M-K__XIK NT.
Now Westminster, B. C, Jan. !ffi, '87.
' dwJaSXlto
Showing Ike Datea aad Place, or
(.onrla of Aiilie, Kill Frivi, and
Bjrer aad Terminer, far ike
Year IMJ.
HI'RINO ANHI/.KR
1 Ok Vann.n-r.r Island J <
Vletorla Monday Mth May.
Nanaimo Jt.Tuosdny..... 7th Juno.
[OnM.l_l._-]
NowWestmlnslcr.,Wednesday...4th May.
Kamloops.... Mondny. lllh June.
Clinton Monday 1.1th June.
FALL ABW/.EH.
ron M.l.l.nd]
glohfleld Monday nil, Sept.
Union Wcdn««dBy...28Ul Nepl.
K.mloops Monday ard Opt.
Lytton Monday loth Ocl.
NewWestminster., Wednesdny ...Wh Nov.
' f On Vancouver l.l.n_ ]
Vletorla Monday ....aih November.
Nanaimo Tuesday ....6th Deeember.
ilnpMttl
NOTICE.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENTHAT
i^i tio days after dato I Intend to apply
to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works to purchase 48u aeres of land situate
on Texada IhIhiuI, New Westminster District, and described ns follows:
Commencing nt theN,E,eornerof the
S.E. .{of Heel.; thenee North40chains;
thence West 80 chains; tlienee Houth 80
chains: thence East 40 chains: thence
North -10 chnins; thenco East 40 chnins, to
polntof commencement,
H. D. HELMCKEN.
Victoriu, 11. C, April 22, IW".     dap__>m2
NOTICE.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Xi 60 days aftor date I Intend to apply
to the Chief Commissioner nf Laudsand
Works to purchase 1*1 acres of land [moro
or less] situate on Texada Island, New
Wostmlnstor District, and described ns
follows)
Commencing nt tho N.W. eornerof N.E,
V_ of See. 1); thence Houth HO chains; thenee
East 5 chains to sliore line; thence following meandering of sliore line in a northwesterly direction, 180 chains [more or
less]; thonco Enst k.. chains .more or less}
to point of commencement.
M. W. TYIIWHITT DRAKE.
Victoria, II. C, April 22,1877.     dap28m3
NOTICE.
NOTICE IH HEHEBY GIVEN THAT00
days after dale I Intend to apply to
tlio Chief Ci.minlHslonur of Lands and
Works lo purchase 480 acres of Innd on
Texada Island, New West in luster Dlstrlet,
described as follows:
Coinmcnclnir at the S. E. corner of S.W.
J/£ofHec. 8; thence East 40 ohalns; thence
South 80 chains; thence Wost io shore
line; thence following meandering of
shoreline In a norlh-wcstcrlydirection to
fl. E. corner of Hoc. 4; thence North 10
chains [more or less); thence East 40
chains lo point, of co.niiit.iicomcn1,
JAMES LUMBEI.T SMITH.
Victorin, B. C, April 22,1887.     dap25m2
Administrator's Sah!
IrTOTTCE
lie Estate SNAT Sii AN TON, Deceaml
ItitcettUei
cjEALEl) TENDE1W for tlio purchase
O of Lot id, Hlock Seven, suburban lands
of the Citv of New Wostmlnstor, will be
recoived by tho undersigned up to the
20th day of May, 18,.". Tho highest or any
tonder not necessarily uencpted.
Dated 22mlAptll,l8s7.
E. A. JENNS,
dap22ml Administrator,
THK   STEAMER
"GLADYS"
ITNTII.   FURTHER   NOTICE   WILIj
I   leave Wise's Wlinrf, lor
Chilliwhack and Way Places
 ON	
TUESDAYS tk FRIDAYS
At 7 A.M..
Returning the following dnys.
Por freight, Ae., apply on board or to
dtuli-ltc
W. MATHERS,
On the Whu..
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail
DRUGGISTS!
Xew WoRtmlMter, B. C.
d win]) into
PAOIFIC
New Westminster, B. 0.
REID & CURRIE
MMIUFACTttRERSJ. IMPOHTIM OF
Farm Wagons,
Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons,
Carriages,
Top Buggies,
Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
Butcher Oarts,
Dog Carts,
Dump Carts,
Drays, Stages,
AND   EVERYTHING   IN  THE
VEHICLE LINE.
-oeonil-hanil Sln.Ca Is Kiprcsn Wig.
OBI for sale clieap. '
Repairing, Painting S Trimming
done At reasonable prices.
BLACKSMITHINC
Id all its Branches.   Estimates given on
Ironwork und Contracts taken.
Horse-Stioeliur and General
Jobbing.  .,
We also keep In stook to snpply the
trade, Iron, Steel, Chains, Cumberland
Coal, Horso and Ox Shoes, Harrows,
Iron and Steel Harrow Teeth, Carriage
Springs and Axles, and a complete stoek
of Carriage Hardware,
A lot of first-uinss Ploughs k Harrow* on hand.
•orWe havo got the best workmen to be
had In the eonntry, and we Import nearly
all the stock we nse from the east—eonse-
quonlly we nan offer Inducements to purchasers that wo could not have done some
time ngo. All material nnd work leaving
thc Shop will be vuiirnnteed to be Just as
represented. Orders from tb* country
promptly attended to.
dwapiiif REID&OURRIE
mmmmmmmm■___—
Brighouse Estate.
'A LL PAI.TIEB ARE HEREBY CAU-
A tloned ugninst purchasing of Sum'l
Bright, use or executing mortgages on any
portion of the ahove estate without the
■anction of Mnnuella Brlgbousr., his wife,
or her solicitors.
dnpir-ml     MANUELLA BRIGHOUSE.
HACK FOR HIRE.
THE DNDEBSIONKD has established
lilmsell la Uie Citv ol Ntw Westmln-
BlorwIllloFIBST-CLABS
COVERED CARRIAGE,
Which Is •_*» hr Engagraettti at
very ate-den.le Charges.
Orders left atthe Colonial Hotel or seut
by telephone, will be promptly attended
to day or night, Stable next H. Elliott's
SOH. OATES.
Telephone No. 89. mylte
3_TOTZC.E_
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVwN THAT
ll thirty days after date we Intend making application to tho Chief Commission'
er of Lands nnd Works for a lea«e for timbering purposes of the following described
lands, situate on the cast sido of Harrison
Lake, up n creek generally known as
Twenty-mile Oreek. where a stake has
been planted on the water's edge of the
creek nbout one milo from Harrison Lake;
thence running In a south-easterly direction forty (W. ohalns; thenee In a northeasterly direction eight hundred (800)
chains; thence running In a north-westerly direction forty (w> chains, moreor
less, to the water's edge of snid oreek;
thence foi lowing the wnter's edge of ereek
eight hundrod (800) chains,more orless,
to the point of com mencement—containing three thousand two hundred (8200)
ncres, more or l ess, ami to he known aa
Limit C. •
Also, the .'•■ iIowItir lands slfinie on tbe
opposite sine <>r the oreek to Limit C, and
to bo known ns Limit T>, cdumcnolng
where a stnko ims been planted :ibout one
mile from Harrison Lull, at the water's
edge of snid crtok; theuce running In a
north-we.tcrly direction forty (40) chains:
thence running In a north-easter!y direction eight hundred '800) chains: thonee
running in n south-easterly direction
forty 140] chains, more or less, to said
creek; thence following thc water's edge
eight hundred [800] chains, more or less,
to the point of commencement—containing three thousand two hundred [32001
acres, more or less.
LEAMY A KYLE,
Vancouver, B. 0., March 15,1887.
       dmhWma
NOETH
O O !__:_? _ft_.IrTir
Capltal, 13,-00,000 •,
raid, $48,000,000
Bats-HlallaMl *■
Rates as Lovy as any other
Company doing Business.
in British Columbia.
tr Risks promptly taken, anil Losses
satisfactorily Adjusted,
T.R. PEARSON,
cloe7lo <D. C. H. A P. Co.) AQENT.
__._r_-iG-.-_-X- ;
INDUCEMENTS
 -OK THE	
HOLIDAYS
15 per Gent. Discount for the
next 15 days,
ALL KEW B30D5.    HE? US
BUYING PROM THE MANUFAC
hirers for cash, I am in a position
to sell at bottom prices. My Ooods an
marked in plain figures and tbe prices
have not been put up to meet the discount taken off. Call and see prices be*
fore purchasing elsewhere.
IT Fine Watch Repairing • Specialty.
Jewelry made to order.
F.CKAKE.
WATCHMAKER
O.nwim nn Bank. dw*del8to
THE UNDERSIGNED has
just received a large consignment of
Pianof and Organs,
Which he will sell cheap. These
instruments may be purchased
Tor cash: or in monthly instalments, to suit purchaser. Call'
and get my figures before purchasing elsewhere, and it will be
to your interest.
Second-hand Pianos and Organs for sale or to rent.
Instruments may be seen at
Mr. D. Lyal's Book and Stationery Store,* Columbia Strtet,
Land Reuistrj Ordinance, 1870.
bl Xo. an, Block IV, Pari ft District ial
S: IM, I* l-i* CII, .1 Vane-arer.
,^""i"(_f^^™*-__-
I.0U118 lieen losfor destroyed nnd oasll-
i-utloii I... beeh made ror » duMI_He
thereof 1 Notice In therefore hereby riven
that 11 fresh Certificate of Title will be
Issued Ig lieu of that so lost or destroyed,
unless cause be sbown to the contrary
within one month from the date hereof.
.B. Vf. ARMSTRONG,
r    .,,,.„«       DeputyHeglstmr.
Land Registry Offloe,
New WesfnilBJtOTjath April, US*.
tiu_M»i (Sail Hue.
r. cm ti
WM McCOLL,
-iitt.l Irt-ulBi!
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings
Groceries & Provisions.
MJHDBOM'S BLOCK, Oolumbia St
 dw-au-tc
PMT HAMMWD
NURSERY
Fruit Trees,
Ornamenlal i rees,
Small Fruits,
And OARDEN STOCK on hand In treat
variety.
Everything ant-class and fnrnlthed In
food shape,
O.W. HENRY,
dw-deltte Port Hammond, B. C.
WALSH'S
TAILORING
EMPORIUM
C01_m_l_St. HewWt-tmln-trr.
HAVING JUST RRCEIVEDOUR NRW
Fall and Winter Stoek, we Invite Ip
spectlon of the finest soleotinoof        -V •
Eaallib, seMek, Cerana, n*Mfc<;
aad Aaierleaa
SUITINGSHe*
Ever shown ln New Westminster. 'For
a GOOD FIT and artistic style we defy
competition.
dnoDOtc THOS. WAUHI.
Look Here!
fF YOB 'VANT TO  MAKE A NICE.
To a friend or relative, go down, lo -/HUSKY'S and look al some of those Mra*  **■
•r_l_ai7tm-l>»ln '.'.._...'.
______ and eentlcmen-i C-MsM •■* .
surer Wat. Hi, Ckstsi,
Ckirmi, etc,, etc.   ,
'*• 1 "! <•      f.% '"
Or If you want n useful ornament tor your
Uouie, examine  those beautiful May
«lrlhtat«l«lu. wlt^«Mbedral gQMfcV-    .*.
HejKielllniat BOTTOM PRICBB, :        t?M
Wal«lict,fromtr)upward'.tnllwarronle(l
Flar iTiitrliftrMlriaxa Apeiilally, and ;
good workmauNhlp guaisntced.
MV* Remember the   place-tbti "Blue       ,
Store." '   ■■■     '    -■'   ".; I     ... :*•-■< Rr
dwnuSyl /    ^lumbla'stiKewW-fitir   *7-,'''
dwmhltr
T.R. PEARSON.
CUARDIAN
Insurance Coib'|
OF fcONDON, E*.^,"
Total Ms,
(wx__.ui.Tr)
MTABLI8HIP liai        ,      J.'
Risks Taken at Ratet .-:„
as Low as any other
Reliable Comp'y.
T. R. PEARSON, ij
dooJto        (a C. B. * P. Co.) AOENT* ;'•-..'
■ — -____-_-_■.. ;.",■••
;..l *_
W.R. AUSTIN,
HEALER IN
pi
A \m, Aaaortment of
DRY QOOD8
—AMD—        •-'.. .* 'jn-..*j.ri
ALWAYS 0» hX»D. ,' ' '  .,' «tj*Vl
TSLevy aaad F^dy^l
WHOLESALE A»ti. RBTilU    'JiViM,
wmd a» nuuutuu W:''*'""'
AIT nn •rmciTT.
W,mnlwemsm_7iy,n,mtii^ti.J'
to Fort -loodjr.eamrini H.MA q-e)__  .„.«,(,
As no liquor or lobaooo liimd »m> hai
tanpanta htbita and eWUal Mtutmy
sm, tha puhllo at aspeelallp lo*raUa.
dwsMKe STA6ING IN THE FOOT HILLS.
*m' A'**'*^gffg?-**rf,rt f °*w
Tho r.amo of DiMwood, acitjf thtt ia
still in tins " wild Wait" m spito ot tbe
rapid improvemont, thirty yeara have
uea west of tho Mississippi, ia familiar
Iii niuuy. people who -know nothing
irhatcror of it except that it lie) aome-
who e in the mining region.
Traveling from the Eaat, it can be
icai'hotl within ono hundred milea by
rail; the remainder of the diataiioe muat
bo taken by stage. The railroad enda
tt Buffalo Gap. ''
Six horso., earrying a stage coach
with three scats In it, await the Dead-
wood traveler. If there an mere than
six passengers, and any of them an inclined to obesity, then ia apt to be a
lack of eon-fort.
If it ia during tho spring or antnmn
raina, there ia muoh jolting and careful
Driving, and perhaps aome a__sicknen
among the paaaeugera.
In the bitter winter weather, warm
wraps, fun and heated aoapatimea are
QoccBsary.
I'erhapa the ride ia moat delightful
la the uutnmn, when then ia a golden
nom, and laty windt and a cloud of
purplo hire in the Weat
'i'ho one hundred mile* an traveled
in thirty-six houn or thenabout. Kvery
;oa miles tho hntsst:in ohangec], and
every twenty miles Cat driven change.
The stations in simply large barna
when tho horses are kept. Theae nre
is well trained, and enter ipto their
task with u muoh apirit and seeming
delight aa the horses of the flre depart-
aionts in ci.iea.
Thoy grew to be familiar with evenr
>te;i of the journey and know theu
Sliver as childnn know a parent The
pouch stopa for meals at r_gt_lar ata-
tion. three times a day.
Quite an excited interest is visible at
■11 tho towns named through. The
coming of .the stage, with ita! galloping
koines, ita air of myatery and reatleaa-
ij-_-s':. . mV the ohnrm of knowing it has
iomu trom tho outside world, which,
:<■:■, liasailiw in hia valley, every one
. ivie. to be in occasionally, ja quite an
..ont i.i tho lives of the vfllajje people.
Cower, in hia commentaries, speakB
ot thc inh'.bitanta of inner Gaul gather-
iuj! rronnd the merchants when thoy
[•:*uie to trade, and asking questions iu-
nuiiicrable. ■The merchants woro often
luinpted to exaggerate and Bometimes
to invent atoriea of the outside world,
whic temptation they often yielded to,
ind were eagerly believed by the Gauls.
* Ko the stage-coach driver after an-
iwering many questions to suit himself
imi J tho admiring gaie of the populace, with a flourish of hia whip, a word
lo hia horoea, ia gone.
Gono for a wild ride over dangerous
roada, now winding along a mountain
path, now between rooka, now along a
iter bank, and again out into the level
-•ess-like stretch, that seems to reach
il infinite distance* on every hand.
The drivers «nd their work to poteen
. atrango faaoinatlon. No atage driver
sver fcele content to go back to ths
lame life of a town dweller. Each,one
if them haahia reputation and ia known
r hia peculiar characteristics all along
ie rente,
In the lower part of the atage, under
ho seals, ia a place for baggage, much
ihe thc hold in a ship.
The trip ia worth taking, especially
n aiiring or autumn; Whan the driest «
(lad to give a share of his seat lor at
east a few noun "each, day or night
Deadwood ia a very pretty town hem-
nod in by mountains. ..
It is in ths extreme western pert of
Dakota, not Iv torn its boundary line.
It ia only 960 miles horn Yellowstone
I'ark, and ie surrounded by mountains
npon every fetal Seme valuable gold
md aUver saiaea sn looatad near the
<m.   J. J ;,r   ,,,. .„!,.        ' |
defe Beat Gift _e Man.
Life ia of unnckonable ril ___!• to
bs man, whether lent or prince, who
reposes on the lov* of woman, and hs
nost honors himself (and ao adds to his
worth) who sctaowledgss his dependence on the soon* of his highest happl-
less. to wit:
woman, snn woman, who aid give
ear to ths voles of ths serpent, mow
rabtl*r *    —   -..*■-•-
uw th.,
pleasant;
Bred,- '
with I
__*_!._-_„	
id^hsUib-nbedthS-er-
pent'e head in fnlflllment of the enrso
aidonhsrflistbegnilsr. And though
the ground be accursed, though it brine
forth thorns tad thistles to goad and
sting ths man, though hs est bread in
tbo sweat of Me fee* till he return to
the ground, ko shall yet, Lord God,
And compensation in the woman Thoa
geveet tobswSh __■. sndofwhoso
ore it hu bssn grsstty ssid, "All
othsr pleesuresare not worth its .-tin*."
[IWwitrrss Press.
A Boetot nswapaper draws public attention to ths etreumstsnos that th*
lint silk hat waa mads about Afty years
ago, and thst T__r so many other article- whioh sn oorsmen aid of every-
daynn, it was of Chineae origin.
Ths atory inns that a Frenoh ss* cap-
mZvaBgb****
a nsw one, toot it _____*,»_ ss thsy
bad not ths matsrisl, thiy mad* him »
silk one inatssi
Thia, it anM_k.liM«_s*fl in 188-,
and be caSHthe h-Vto Paris that
une year. s_h_*'--t wss immediately
copied, and ia a law yssn b*fl»e s
rt_al«lWs.      ttr..t ,.
A VtaJitf «_«_. who owned » «__»
IJ"-waa the reply,
i friend
dsyth*	
's houae in a flurry of
"Si*
Ths,
..ITSftO
•xoiUmu.
"TheiiaMllly-ire-m-Stnow,"
aid he.
"By foshr exclaimed ths farmsr,
JrtffeBmXgisx
■ it     .
that it was*
hoUsths
sS&fittfe
mm ,vtmmt\wjssmm~	
  *-_.« _■___■*
•^l^'^MS^,'',
"■-*•»*. _■■    .   e~--*crr"
MODERN LUXURY.
IThat American EKtrevefance Has Provided for tlie Bedroom ola-hlM.
From the point of extravagance,
nothing exceeds that of the bedroom of
a child, a little girl of 9.
The floor is inlaid and in the centre
ia a carpet of thickly-piled Wilton,
pearly in ground, oventrewn with
roses. The ceiling waa painted. A
lattice apparently half ahuts it in, and
over it climbs wild roaea.
In the centre the sky appears, One
trailing branch haa wandered out
across the blue, and around the rosee
on ite atom a swsrm of bnttsrflies flutter, making, in fact, th* central ornament ofthe ceiling.
The walls are hung with pale gray
silk, brocaded with rosebuds. The
woodwork is wliite mahogany, beautifully carved. The mantel haa festoons of roaea carved in relief above
Uro-facings of white onyx.
Juat outside the brass fender-rim is
a cushion of blue velvet, where the
little feet are warmed, The furniture
is of white mahogany.
The bed haa a hab canopy, and on
its outer edge, two doves are perched,
and from their beaks on eaeh side,
are garlands of carved wood, oarried
over to the guardian doves perched on
the posts. These garlands confine curtains of ailk bolting oloth, thin oa
a fairy web, embroidered with roaea,
pink and yellow, dropping their
petals from fold to fold. On the bed
is a spread on whioh rosea seem to have
been thrown in careless luxuriance.
The mirror reaches to the floor and
is set between two cheeta of drawera.
It is framed in composition ornamented
with oream and gold, and above ia a
panel modelled in relief, in which a
mermaid combs out her long hair.
Off thia chamber, the appointmenta
of whieh cannot be enumerated, ia a
dressing-room lined with white
enamel tiles. Here is t porcelain bath
and marble toilet, on which are laid
the superb Bilver mounted toilet
artiole-, and where a maid ia in
attendance. .
Just what thia little maid can havo
when the is grown, her indulgent par-
ente have not yet considered.—[N, V.
Mail and Expirees.
A Modern Mexican Town, '
A correspondent ot the Cleveland
leader writes of Lerdo, a town which
has grown up within the last twenty
years, and is increasing in population
every year. At present it number*
probably 800 souls.
The best of Mexican towns seem
shabby to Americans, so, that the ng-
line a of this Mexican slab town goes
without saying.
All its houses and public edifices are of
one Btory. The sou being loamy, tbe
adobe brick walls are guttered by the
rains,leaving them ragged and insecure.
Muddy canals wander in and outamong
the gardens, whioh latter are Uie only
redeeming feature amid universal ugliness.
But such gardens, with almost entire
absence of tasteful culture, where will
you find their equal? I aecured a
bunch of mission grapes, tbe first of
ths season, whieh fllled completely th*
crown of my tall hat Tons of
them, just ripening, hung from th*
vines.
Figs grow everywhere in profusion.
Watermelons—this is June—came into
thp town by the cartload. Tho brown
natives were feasting *n men corn-
Hedges of rose bushes girt the plat*
in dense thickets that required constant
trimming. At the back of a bench
where I chanced to seat myself, three
kernels of oom had been dropped
by accident and their stalks, eighteen
feet high, towered over my head lik*
shade trees.
A couple of hotels, or attempts af
them, aundry commercial houses, four
mills and a telegraph offloe, with beer
at three shillings a glass and no news-
paper, will enable thereader to " sin "
the plaoe without further deecriptiop.
«i»
Sleeping In Chnreta.
A physician who was asked for
reasons why people became droway in
church and if there was any remedy
for chronic cases, said that tho droway
feeling in ohuroh waa often due to' bad
construction; to overheating and to the
general quiet and composing ' surroundings.
" I have often," said he, " advised
patients of mine who are troubled with
insomnia to try* quiet ohurch where
the preacher was not too energetic in
his manner, and in most oaaea th*
result has been gratifying.
" The poor man who has become
almost wild through want of sleep generally obtain* relief and falls off into a
gentle and refreshing elumber.
" Many people suffering in this way
take a ride in a railroad train for
relief and often get it, but nothing hu
succeeded so well as the Sunday morn*
ing service in * quiet church.
"If those people, however, who donot
need to aleep in church and do not
want to would drink very atrong tea or
coffee before going to church they
might find it effective, but by uo means
healthy.
"Why do yon ss* tha bsMhuds
nodding most in ohuroh. Becaus* the
old are mon susceptible to the influenco of such surroundings.
"The women seldom go to sleep,
becauso thsy aro ao dressed that to
sleep would headmost impossible. If
the men would laco themselves up
tight tiiey might keep awske, too,
but, «i tho words of General Knickerbocker, 'They eawn't do it, you know.'"
-[Philadelphia Record.
' the Child feather ot the MU.
When * silly and selfish littl* boy
is walking in the street eating a piece
of pie he firmly believes that every
man, woman and ohild in eight of him
haa designs on tbat pie.
When a grown man holds and enjoys
a good tkt offloe he lives and think* and
operates on tkat seme pie theory, and
aees in every movement and action of
every other man an attempt on hia plaoe
or somebody elae'a.
He judge* the actions of all other
.men by his st_ndard.-[an*n*_l* (&
C.)News.
»i>      '
Hew He HM* Himself al Haass.
A Harvard professor and his wits
were guest* tfaneeptloa in London,
whioh bad been givon in their honor.
A hundred men and women had been
invited by the 'hostees to meet them.
But then w*n no introductions, and
the Harvard profaeaor amused himself
during the evening by talking to hia
wlfe.-[Harper*s Weekly.
Bnsinessjirectory.
The following Business Directory relates
only to persons whose advertisementsappear in the Daily Coi.chbia_. It has
been found true, as a rule, that persons
who advertise liberally ore liberal In their
dealings, and many persons make 11 a
rule to give preference in tbelr dealings to
those establishments which advertise
freely. The following list Is arranged alphabetically! „_-,,
SjBQAIj,
T. 0. Atkinson ColumblaSt
Vf. Norman Dole Colombia Hi
Corbould A McColl McKensle Bt
Branch Offlce at Vancouver.
■ BDICAI,.
Or. H. M. Cooper. ......Church' Bt
Dr.J. 0. Henderson OhllllwbroK., B. 0.
Dr. I. M. McLean MoKensle Ht
Dr. DeWolfe Smith Clarkson Ht
IIK.RANCE.
W.J. Armstrong [SreJ .Court House
H. V. Edmonds McKensle Ht
W. 1_ Kerrle [lifo A accident] .......Ferris Ht
T. R. Pearson [nro A lite Columbia Bt
Rand Bids; [Sre A lifo] MoKensle Ht
Branch-MHoes ot Vancouver A Vie.
Turner, Beeton A Co. [Ore] Victoria
Woods,Turnor*_an__o
[ire, life _ accident] ColumblaSt
HEAL   ESTATE AGENCIES.
Vf. St. Bole ...ColumblaSt
Oorbould A McColl McKensleSt
H. V. Edmond ........McKensli' Ht
W.D.FerriS Ferris St.
Capt. Pittendrigh SI"!.""1"!1' 5!
Rand Bros McKensle St
Will. Shannon ....Vancouver
Woods, Turner A Uamble Columblu St
ARCHITECT, Ae.
C. H. Clow. Clinton St
ti. W. Orant McKenslo Ht
CONTRACTORS * BVILUEB*.
Ackerman Bros. New Weslinl'Bsler
AUCTIONEERS.
H. N. Btoh .-••■• I*"cln«'»
T. J. Trapp ;. Columbia St
AGENTS FOR MACHINERY, Ae.
Fraser A Leonnrd .......Vancouver
F. Welcome McOrndy McKensle Bt
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
John Adam .„.Vancouver
T. R. Pearson Columblu SI
PRINTING * RULING.
The Columbian Steam Printing Establishment coiumbin st
STOVES * TINWARE.
H. M. Cunningham A Co CoIumbluSt
GAS FITTINGS.
H. M. Cunningham A Co. Columbia St
■SWING MACHINES.
0. J. Robson.. : ColumblaSt
GENERAL. MERCHANDISE.
W.R. Austin ........Front St
C. G. Major • Columbia St
Wm. MoColl Colnmbia Bt
C. McDonough Front St
DRY GOODS.
Bon Marohe.  ....ColumblaSt
D. Drysdale A Co. qnlnanblsa Ht
Jas, Kllard A Oo Co umb a Bt
Ogle, Campbell A Co Columbia St
Wm. Rae (Globe Housel Columbia st
DRESSMAKING.
Bon Marehe...... Columbia st
Jas. Kllard ACo .Columblast
Misses McDougall Columbia st
FURNITURE.
W. Prothero. Columbia St
Wintemute, Calbick A Co Columblast
Wood * goal.
Henry Elliott [Orders left at W. McColl's]
DRUGS, _te.
D, B. Curtis A Co «olumMa.W
A. Peele....... ColumblaSt
BUTCHER*.
Robt. Dickinson Columbia St
WATCHMAKERS A JEWELER*
F. Crake...... *. Columbia Bt
F Stinky Columbia St
C. M. McNaughten ColumblaSt
BLACKSMITHINC *   CARRIAGE
. WORKI.
Thos. Ovens _. *.._. ...ColumblaHt
Reid _ Currie .'. Columbia St
HOTELS.
Farmers Home [Holden] .Ohurch st
The Clarence [Richards] Victoria
RESTAURANT*.
Mrs. Jennie McNeil Front st
PAINTERS, Ae.
Chas. Hurray „. Clarkson HI
BOOTS A SHOES.
0. H. Orant A Co .Columbia Ht
H. Koll .Co umb a Ht
Wm. Ross...... ..Columbia Ht
TAILOR*.
D, Drysdale A Co .ColumblaSt
Thos. Walsh Columbia Bl
BAKERY.
A. Diebel .'. Front St
NURSERIES.
G. W. Henry .'. Fort Hammond
E.Hutehewon _ Ladners
FANCY POULTRY, Ae.
Jno. S, Cox _ .......Royal Avenue
MONUMENTAL.
Alex. Hamilton W;*'Church st
Rudge A Monck New Westmlnsler
STOTICH-
In the Ettate of Jennie Kedona, deceased.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE
above Kstate are required topayihe
amount, forthwith: and all .persons having claims against lb. said Estate mum
forward the same within one month from
Ibe dale hereof lo the undersigned.
Daled at New Westminster, Ihe 13th
d*_.Si.ttlH,',85. 3. JANES, Bsecu.br.
NOTICE.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT (10
N daya alter date I Intend lo apply In
(lie Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works to purchase 110 acrea of land on
Teaada Island, New Westminster Dist riel,
described ns follows!
Commencing at. Hie H.E: corner of the
S.W <i of Hit. a; thence East*)chains;
Ihenee Norlli ao chains; thence West SO
chains; thonee South # chains: ihenee
Kast «l chains; thenoe South 10 chains lo
point of commencement.
ROBT. KJACKHON.
Vlclorln, a c, April 22, laar.    .npisnii
WAtaM
UND SURVEYORS,
Flr., III.-, Areldenl * Murtne
Insure-...
_*.«_.-Bxrva.
Dominion Eiprus Comp'y, Ld.
__ite._f-__-M-__*< Kites
Bought and sllld.
COI.IIM'.IA NTRCKT,
TelopkoaeK       _■« WIN.-.SST.*.
iwvrie
Dress-Making I
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STRKKT,
New Westminster, B. C.
ear Satisfaction guaranteed.      iluplstc
JlTOTICE.
\rOTIOB IH HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll we bave applied to the Mlnlmcr of
the Interior for it lleenne to cut 1 Imher ou
IhefollowlUKdewi'llwdlRnilH, Hltuuted l»
the dlHtrl-ntuf Nnw WestmhiHioi- and Pi*o-
vlnce of BrllUh Columblu;
The North-east 40 aeren  at Sort Inn ?A,
Township (I),one
The North laoaoro-ofPeciInn di, Town-*
ship [7],seven, In Oroup One,
The Hoiitli-enHt GO nnreit of and IhIiumI nil ii-
ntetl In section It,TowiimIiI). [iiij, forty.
UOYAI.CITY PMNINd MIMA CO.
tl-lmlted]
JOHITHKftnKY.MiuiaKer,
NewWoHtii.hiHler.lI.t!., April jsrd ISJ7.
.liiir.Trnl
WHAT PHVIIOIANI 8*V AlOUT THI
STARR KIDNEY PAD,
"Treatment by Absorption hut. friiNoine
time been recognised by Medical Men,to'
be the most simple nml effeeiuui invans
nf conveying to DiHeni-ed Oilcans, "Curative*.," tut) .n .'lu-f's of Kidney Disease and
Complaints attendant thereon, HiieeesHful
li-atirfeut was practicably ImpoNslble until the Introduction of the Starr Kidney
Piul. It. costs less than a single prescription and Is Immeasurably »io.v decisive
and effective than any quantity r$ Internal
Medicinal dosing. Worn Immediately over
the seat of Disease,its curative properties
become iibsorbed by the diseased and enfeebled Otvans. continuously und directly,
us required to insure In return their healthy action nnd original vigour. It Is comfortable to the patient and pleasant in its
effects, and cures when nothing else-can.
The Starr Kidney Pad accomplishes positive, decisive results. A more valuable
discovery as a true remedy fur Kidney
Diseases was never mude.—Medical Gazette
The HImt Kl-lner Pail, manufactured
lu Toronto, Is a permanent sure cure for
diseases, disorders aud ailments of the
Kidneys, Blndder ami urinary secretive
system, or attendant cumplalnts, causing
pain ln ther.mall of the back,sides,etc.,
J traducing urinary disorders, such as tno
requcnt, scanty, diflicult, painful or copious micturition.inabllltyof retention nnd
sedimentary urine, dropsical symptoms,
etc.. denoting tbe presence In tlie system
of dlsenses common to the urinary secretive organs—known as gravel, catarrh of
the blndder and passages, Bright's disease,
diabetes, dropsy, piles, nervous debility,
etc. Hend for pamphlet to LANGLEY*
CO., Wholesale Agents, Viotoria, Retailed by A. M. HERRINO aiid D. 8. CURTIS
A CO., New Westminster: T, McNEE-
LEY, Ladner's Landing: H. MuDOWELL
A CO., HASTINGS SAW MILL CO., THE
VANCOUVER DRUG CO., Vancouver;
W. E. MCCARTNEY A BRO., Vancouver
and Kamloops; J. B. LOVELL Yale: W.
K. MEUAW, Priest "alley; H. CLARK A
CO., Kamloops, dwse28yl
TESTIMONIAL!
lranconver, _?...*./ Juue, 1888.
MR. G. ROBERTSON,
Representing Ooldle A McCulloch,
01111,0111.
Sir.—We the undersigned having witnessed the terrible flre which wiped out of
existence the young city of Vnncouver,
on the 18th Inst., have, after the flre, examined tho safes sold by you, aome of
which were put to the most seven test,
having been surrounded by large quantities of lard and bacon, nnd we are pleased
to testify to tbe remarkable manner In
which overySafe sold by you preserved'
its contents, not only books aud papen,
but hIso thousands of dollars In paper
money were taken out In perfect condition. Wo can, therefore, with the greatest confidence, recommend them as thor
oughly flre proof!
L. A. Hamilton, for the Canadian Pacific
Railway Company: M. A. MacLean,
Mayor; John J. Blake, Stipendiary Magistrate; Rleh'd. Alexander, Justice of
the Peace; John Boultbee, Police Magistrate, City of Vancouver; Thomas Dunn,
Justice of the Peace; Isaac Johns, Col.;
Edward E. Rand, Real Estate Broker;
K. Balfour, Alderman: John Rankin,
Real Estate Broker: Pither _r Edson,
Royftl Hotel: H. F. Keefer, Contractor.
C, P. R,: J. W. MoFartnild, Port Moody,
to Vancouver and English Bay; F. 0.
Innes A Co, Real Estate Brokers; A. W.
Ross, Real Estate Broker; Gravely *.
Spinks, Real Estate Broken.; R. 0. Ferguson, Mgr. R. C. P. Mills. JeMte
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
Printing  Company
ttUXlCXXKD.)
ON THE I0TH OF JANUARY, 1887.
tlw Couwatiut Newspaper and
Printing Concern was purchased by a
joint stock company composed ol citisens
cf New Westminster, tu be known as the
"British Columbian Printing Co.,
Linilteil." The concern has been for
nearly a year owned and controlled hy
the British Colnmbia Stationery and
Printing Company, el New Westminster,
Victoria and Vanoourer. Tlia object of
the now company Is to continue tha publication of the British Ciii.kmbian news*
paper ami carry on a general printing and
publishing concern, controlled entirely by
those whoso Individual Interest It will be
to promoto the development, especially
of the Miiinlsml. There will be no
slackening of the energy hitherto displayed in tho management of the -estab*
lishment, anil ita patrons may rely upon
receiving full value for their .money.
The Colombia- will continue to be entirely independent in both Dominion and
provinoial politics, and will devote Itself
to the advancement of 'snch schemes t
may lie c.>n*i.lort_! in.tho publio interest.
The concern Is now entirely separate Irom
any otlicr business, the book and
stationery establishment in this, city
having Iwcn taken over by Mr. T, B.
Pearson, who will, continue to carry it on
in his own name and for his own benefit.
It is desirable thst a dally newspaper
should be maintained In this city, and
Iha new oompany asks tor public patronage on tho ground that It la engaged tn
an enterprise calculated to promote .the
public welfare. It asks that the Col.-
um bun I* judged on Ita own merits and
supported only so long aa Ita policy la
enconststt with lu professions. In consequence of this business change all accounts due the concern must be settled
without delay so that tha books of the
former company may be adjusted and
closed. Address all communications and
remittances tu
I), ROBSON, Manager.
New Westminster, -Ian; 9), IM".
FIRE INSURANCE COMfr.
I Oi.n AlKMii _t, and 16 Pali. Mall,
LONDON.
INOTfTTn-EI) 1808.
FOB INSURING HOUSES * OTHER
Building., Goods, Wares, Merokau-
disc, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and tha
Cargoes of suoh Vessels | also, Ships build-
in- and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on hoard such Vassals, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
.HU* LOSg UK D_XA_„ HV FIKK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
_31.600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every infor ■
Hon can be obtained on application to
VV. J. ABMSTRllM..
Agent for New Westminster,
ASSOCIATION.
-««r«_i«,., n.i »i,ew,eea
Full GoVWt Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
a hqme"company,
This. Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:—
well-established lines, heuce. the .-polioy
holders cannot be misled as to their contracts.
Its statements to Ihe public can be madly underslood, Its cash statement sbow-
Inaevery Itenrof Inr-ome anu bow expended.
a detailed valuation In whlcb every Horn
Of liability Is Included.
Its profteM lias been unexampled In
the history ol Insumnce-ln Canada.
IU policies are Indisputable alter tlirec
years, end non-lorteltable after two years'
existence.
Its nroats an distributed upon an equitable -eels. The pmnts to one class of
policy holden are not lessened to give
larger proflts to any other class, which
method affords superior advantaies over
tbe uniform bonus plan of distribution. -
liberal Cantilena aa le __»l_e_nai_
Tnvel.
3. K. MacDONALD,
Managing Director.
T. R. PEARSON
Agent, New Weslminstei  '    "
J-Mmo-allernete.
Diun. s inr mm in
CLOTHING
—Ann—
GROCERIES
TUST RECEIVED IN DRYGOODS,
A NEW STOCK
In all shades and material ol DRESS
OOODS, Inoludlng Cashmeres, Merinos,
Silks, Satins, Blaok and Colored Velveteens and Plushes. COTTONS (bleached
and unbleached). LININGS, BUTTONS, HOLLANDS, to. Grey, White,
Scarlet and Checked FLANNELS. LADIES GLOVES, In Cotton, Wool, Silk
and Kid, Ladiea Merino and Lamb
Wool Vests. JERSEYS, all prices.
Hosiery, Muslins, Diaper Irish Linen,
Brilliants, tc, tc.
Men's Clothing!
For  Quality, Style, Fit and Price,
can't he touched,
MEN S HIRNIBInfNS
.
In every Line. Cotton, Merino and
Wool Underwear, White Shirt., Cuffs,
Collars, Gloves, Braces, Cardigan Jsck
eta, t'c. Alao, Cotton, Merino, Cashmere, Lambs Wool and Knit SOCKS, in
great variety.
Alao, HATS and CAPS, Ladle.' and
Genta' RUBBER GOODS and UMBRELLAS.
In House Furnishing Goods
Carpets, Rugs, Window Poles with
Rings and Mountings, Window Holland
(Buff, Green and Striped), Damask and
Cretonnes, Sheetings, Towels, White
Counterpanes, Bleached and Unbleached
Table Linens, {tapklna, Tickings, Blankets and Arctlo-down Qnita, Table Cloths
and Co»«e.
IN GROCERIES
Everything found In a Dnt^laaaEaUb-
llshaawt, and none hut tha beat. Canned
Goods, Fruits, Meata and VeWtaMea.
■ de_ie__r_kc-a»_*s__. I«m.kny
Umaetkaerlld-u Ml I __*»»•■ •»-
_Mtan4 alike levari irtoe (key aaa ke
aaMM, aM ye_ tat MM sws»»wsani
attain
Opposite the Colonial Hotel.
Men's, Boys' * Chit-
-* —:'l-   _?%■:- -      . .--_-„-_'.— -- -
8
By calling aud making an inspeet_tofi
of our SPRING GOODS, you will firiath^
for Price, Quality and Elegant Designs,-
they cannot be equalled elsewhere.
Dressmaking on the Premises.
(^Agents for thc Domestic Scwihg Machine-Co.
WALKER m SHADWELL,     "
dwapetc Nkw Wkstminstek, B. C. • ■'■
Notice of Sale by Sheriff-
PUBSMNT TO EXECUTION H8AINST LANDS ACT, 1874.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
MILLS & HUTCHESON, i__is.l.l.:
john Mcpherson a co., fui_ti»-;
F, L. ANDERSON, D_r_____T.
1'. L. ANDERSON, D«r__na_t.
IN OBEDIENCE. TO WRITS OF FI; FA., 188UED OOT OF THB SUPMUII
Court of British Columbia, at Victoria, on the Fifteenth day ol April, 11*!,
and on the Nineteenth day of April, 1687. recpootlvely, and to me directed la tka
above-named suits, for the sums of $362.72, debt and taxed coats, twethiar wUk
interest upon the same at the rate of 4 per eentniu per annum from the 16th day
of December, 1885, and |_60.30, debt and tued costs, together with interest apoa
the same ut the rate of 4 per centum per annum from the 16th day of Dacmnar,
1885, besides Sheriff's Fees and Poundage, 4c., I bave aeired and will willow
tion, at the Court House, New Westminster, on Tuesday the list lay «l lay,
1881, at 2 o'clock p. m., all the right, title and interest of the said P. L. jiwlenaja
in the lands ns described in this advertisement, or.sunloient .'thereof ,io.tM^n___» ,
judgment debts nml *-*p*'n_.i in llieM sctions. subject to a mortgage for $M_9H0
and interest on the said' mortgage- at - 10-per centum per annum from the 26tk ;_ay
of November, 1888,
COMCISI DESCRIPTION
I     of tsotstat,
New Westminster. I*q,"J if ni 2a0' Agrtenltural Land.      Interest.
The Judgments were registered in the Land Registry Offlce, New Weatmlnater,
against aaid Binds, on the 20th day of December-1886.
dmyttd "W. T. ASMBTIiOKO. S_-_d____.
Bargains!   Bargains!
0-___-_____&_*X S-_-__iG*AIW9 gff
& SilYer ffatts, DMBdfc.
BRACELETS, PINS, tOOKETS, GRA1MS, *€.
Also a large  assortment  of   SILVER   PLATED   WARE
KNIVES, FORKS, SPOONS,,---.
|3F All Goods guaranteed to ibe as represented.
C. Wl. HfteNaughten,
dw-jai9tc Colonial Block, New Westm-Mtcr, B. C.
The "CLOBE HOUSE"
TTAVE RECEIVED A LARGE AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF
Dry Goods,       MIHhierjr,
Ladies' and Children's Underwear,
Children'- While and Colored nrtuses, for all ages, at low prion.
Alao, a variety of Bed ty.llt8M.dUCe CB-ttlU, *f1i*__«-
Sdtlns, VtlTetS und Velveteens, Md Everything kept in a HnUkae
Dry Oooda Shop.       ^"Inspection invite_.i^
dwapnte
IfYouWantaGoodMeal
—ao tii—
KB8. JMXIK UrSKIfS
NEW RESTAURANT
tlnpllml
0.1. Ackenai.       I. Aflternian.
AGKERMAN BROS.,
GONTRACTOR i B4IIL.E S
■Mlmalea Wven e« We_k aMrwkere In
Ike«!>'ar lemiry.
PRR. EOT SATISKAOTION' OU.VIIAN-
TEED IK ALL PAKKR.
We have come to stay and-pei-Kitisron*
lemplnlina bnlldlng will do well to tee u«
betore ilvrnj their contraeis.
dwmhailc Xew Wniaslaaaer, Bex II.
Municipality of New
Westminster.
3JTOTI.3B
•litis i_HErt_ir. Mfc*'-- THR
.oil he Clly o»«l»w We«l-
io Asseaaaaent Hull for
im Is.now.open for .lakpmtjoM at the
ollice ol lhe City Clorki anT (hal a Court
ol Revision and Appeal will beheld at the
Counoil Chambers on tlw llth tlay of
■ay next, nt 11 o'clook nooni tobear
any mmplalnta alalnst tbe assessment
lor tbe present year.
dar-ftd   "iv*. A.ROmmOX.C.MC.  '
WHITE
IS KINO!
HAVING SECURED THE AGENCY
lor thit oelebratad MaohlM, I
wonld.be pleased to send ooe on trial to
a_jsr^siB»__5r--
Etei7___-il_e|raM-ateed bytfceOta*
cpany (or five years,
V,  J,
■ Prnil, Confeoti-aan ktmsf fite-
wan k China Store,
It.,      •
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