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Array THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
 ID   PIIIIU-IIIED	
Kvcrj Wednesday & Saturday,
D. ROBSON 4. CO.
OFFICE COLUMBIA STREET. EKTMHOE TO EDI-
roRUL aho Business Department thuoiioh T. R.
Pehusok & Co's. Book 4 Stationemy Store.
TKIltlS..Hv Mail, $Jlnyrrm-| $150 for0moa,i
tl fill :linn,.| ]»iyiil.lu In Ad.rtlrce. Dellverirl
liy Onr r for or Agent, It per qnnrter, [inynUe
quarterly to Oarrier or Agent.
AOENTS
T. N. Hibben t Co. Viotoria.
T. R. Pearson * Co Y«u.
TUIC   DiDCD  m.ybefbund on 01. at
I nio r Ar CH aim. p. a°w.ii * a..'.
Nu\r.|i.|ifi ArlrorHaing BnruanflO Spruce St.),
wlior. ndrrmtUlugaontrMt. may bemarlelbr It Ir
KIT VOIIK.
lite §xitiek (Eolttntbian,
Wmllic.ilay lliiriiliw. April T. isw.
current Event-) and Opinions.
The usti'oiioiiinrs roport that there
is reason for believing that something or somebody on the planet
Mars is signalling with a view of
attructtng the notioe of ihe Earth.
This matter brings up some highly
important considerations, which
nover before, we believe, obtruded
themselves upon the attention of
practical men. Tn the first place,
it is a question whether the Earth
can afford to know Mars. The two
planets, it is unnecessary to say, do
not move in the same circle; the
Earth is much the larger and more
consequential body of the two; the
Earth sustains relations with the
Sun which are comparatively intimate 'and satisfactory, while he
looks coldly on Mars—it would be
distinctly unwise to givo the Sun
uny offense in this delicate affair;
in the matter of moons, also, Mars
is poorly equipped, the discovery of
such satellites as she claims dating
back only ten years or so. But
granting that the Earth clFfl afford
to know Mars, how do we know'
that the persons making signals to
us are authorized to take a step so
extraordinary) How do we know
that it is or may be tho general
opinion of those marsupials that it
were a wise thing to scrape an acquaintance with this hard old world!
It must be remembered that we are
not rated well. The world, the
flesh and the devil come together
too often in our speech to give ub a
high opinion of ourselves. But,
again, supposing we can afford to
know Mars, and that Mars want to
know us, who is going to put himself forward to speak for all this
world" Since Napoleon was jugged,
nobody has tried to run the Earth
—that is, ilohody who came near
succeeding. And they say it is an
Italian who has detected the advances of Mars. Oan we permit
Mars to think we speak Italian,
and end everything with a and ol
Even granting tliat our own English
as sho is spoke should be conceded
to us, do we want to stand by what
Lord Randolph Churchill would tell
theml Dare we risk O'Donovan
Rossa's threats to blow the ice off-
Mars' North pole, and would Mars
know how to take it] If the
Knights of Labor sent word that
they did all the work and got none
of the buildings or railroads or
steamers, would that raise us any in
Mars esteem! Suppose Jay Gould
ran up distress signals for tho Earth
when only Jay Gould were in distress, how would we fare when the
facts got out on us! This matter
of interplanetary diplomacy is too
big for us. James Russell Lowell
could eat crow enough for the United States, but could he do it for all
the Signatory Powers, for Turkey,
and for the Hottentots tool And
then, again, we all know Bismarck's
temper, and we manage to get along
with him; but suppose he got to
sassing the universe! We'd soon
have to pick up our orbit and walk
out of the solar system—and then
our pork wouldn't get any better
show in Germany than it does right
nowadays.—Chicago Current,
 ■ .i 'r    i mils.—»—.minimi II I,
The British Columbian.
for Sale or to lUt
BOILER FOR SA1
A TUBULAR BOII.KII, 8x1, NK'
now.   Apply nl Mit-Kiriiiuli-,-.
UIIHIK! HOIIBIlT 1,1
VOLUME 29   ;:/',/.
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. 0., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1880.
NUMBER 28
A very serious question has
grown up between England and
China, with reference to Burmah,
recently annexed by tho former.
Burmah was a sort of loose dependency of China, as Anam was, until
the French in the lato war cut the
connection. The annexation of
Burmah, by England, is believed
to be the result of the French suc-
coss in Tonquin. France is now »
neighbor of China. By virtue of
vicinage that nation can secure exceptional trade advantages. Tho
concessions which may be wrung
from China the latter can safely declare that she is willing to concede
to other nations. But other nations
cannot reach the Tonquin frontier
from thc sea without thu consent of
France. It is competent for the
latter to impose anything that, it
pleases on goods passing through its
territory, either from or to China.
By the annexation of Burmah,
England becomes likewise a neighbor of China, and upon a still more
important line of commerce. Bha-
mo, believed to belong to Burmah,
is the entrepot of the trade of
south-western China. But it turns
out that China claims the samo
suzcranity over Burmah wliich she
recently asserted in connection with
Anam, but which the French compelled her to relinquish. The suzerainty is established by the fact that
the Court of Mandalay was in the
habit of sending decennial presents
tq the Court of Poking. Whon this
faot was brought to the notioe of
the English government it is said
that it agreed to keep up the old
practice, and to become a tributary,
ns respects Burmah, to that extent.
Tho practical statesmen of Great
Britain at once saw that if China
would be satisfied liy tending her a
gift every ten years, the notion of
the suzerainty might as well be
maintained. It would be another
of those cases in whioh the vassal
was infinitely mora powerful than
the lord. But China does not,appear to be willing to be put off with
the shadow. It ia stated that the
authorities at Peking demand that
a portion of Burmah shall be set
over to the Ohinese Empire. A
writer in the London Timet, speaking of this proposition, lays: "We
are willing to bargain with her
(China), but her insatiable ory,
'give, give,' while she giret nothing
in return herself, is neither friendly
nor reasonable. We cannot hope
to make her friendship lasting by
hastening to grant any Demands,
however absurd, that she chooses to
make, It is possible the Chinese
government have been misled by
the complaisance of our publio men
and the press, in thinking that she
has only to ask in order to receive.
If so, their minds cannot be too
soon disabused of the notion." It
is quite certain that England in the
sequel will not surrender any Valuable right which she has acquired.
That nation is not in the habit of
concluding Burlingame treaties.
The loose sentimentalism of the
press exercises not the least influence on the minds of British statesmen. It is only in the United
States that it is a potent factor in
molding foreign relations to the injury of the republic. There is
nothing impossible usually to the
pigmy Jove seated on a tripod for
want of an Olympus, who discusses
all questions without the slightest
references to their natural or obvious limitations. But it is evidently a very protty quarrel as it
stands lietween England and China
with reference to the Burmese frontier. It is not unlikely that China
will for a long time be the region
of great questions. For ages she
has had no neighbor but Russia.
The two nations .have never got
along in a very amicable manner.
But now China has two other
neighbors—France in Tonquin and
England in Burmah. All three
are very energetic and determined
powers, When they went anything they want it very badly and
are sure to get it.—-A'. F. Bulletin,
T\ Mclean, n. d.
Offlce and Resldonce:—Occident Hotel,
New Westminster, 11. C.
JOHX HARROW, M. O,
PHTSIOIAN and surgeon.
OrriOR—Next Elton's Tailor Shop, (Jor.
Church and UolillllblaHta. noJffilc
T OFTOS H. McINNES, M.D.
Opposite City Hotel, Columbia fit.
Offloe Hoars:—From 10 a.m. to t r.u.
sel7tc
H.
M. COOPBR, B. A.,M. D„
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
OFFICE and nEHlI>ENCE~Clmreh ....
(•next door to Farmers' Home), nenr
Columbia 8!., New Won"minster, H.C.
OFFICE HOUH8*-8to 10a.m.; Holland
&3D to 8 p.m. Cal In In town and noun-
try promptly attended to. feUto
DR. ft. B. CLARK,
' *'     l;   (Lata at Rnn Fmnoliieo)
SPECIALIST, for the cure of Nervous
and Chronic Diseases, In now permanently
locnted In VICTORIA -- Office, Govem-
m v. Winn.
DENTAL BUHGEON,
All dental operations  skilfully performed. All work guaranteed.
Office at the Colonlnl Hotel.      de23tc
C.
E. O. BROWN,
DENTIST.
Canada's Transcontinental
Route.
Mr. Vim Home, vice-president and
general manager of the Canadian
Pacilic Railway, in answer to a query
of a Shir reporter, itited that the
through sorvice betweon Montreal and
the Paoifio coaat would be commencod
by next May. The snowslidea in the
Rocky Mountains had been comparatively harmless, and tho damage sustained to tho road would not exceed
a few thousand dollars. The engineers
who had been stationed in the Rooky
Mountains for the purpose of observing the movement of the snow report
that remarkably little obstruction may
be expected, and the appliances which
have been provided to protect the
road are considered satisfactory.
Nothing has yet been heard of from
the Imperial government regarding
the mail subsidy to the Canadian transcontinental route. The latest advices
in this connection were considerei*
satisfactory, and some definite now.
is looked for at an early date.
The commercial telegraph system of
the company is being rapidly placed in
working order, and' some important
information may be looked for regarding Amorican and cable connections.
—JVfoii'rea' Star.
How Postage Stamps are Made.
The design of the stamp ia engraved
on steel,' and, in tho printing, plates
are uaed on which 200 stamps havo
been engraved, Two men are kopt
busy at work covering these with colored inks and patting, thom to a man
aud a girl who ire equally busy printing them with large rolling hand-
presaei. Threo of these little squads
are employed all the time. After the
small sheets of paper containing 200
printed stamps havo dried enough they
aro sent into another room and gummed. Tho gum used for this purpose
is a peculiar composition, made of the
powder of' dried; potatoes and other
vogetablea, mixed with water. After
having been again dried, this time on
little racks fanned by steam power for
about an hour, they are put betwoen
sheets of paateboara ana pressed' in
hydraulic presses capable of applying a
weight of 3,000 tons. The nest thing
is to cut the sheets iri two;' eaeh sheet,
of course, when cut, containing 100
stamp.. This Is don* by* girl with a
large' pair' of shears, cutting by hnnd
being preferred to tliat done by machinery, which would destroy too miuy
stamp). They are thon passed to another squad of workers, who perforate
the paper between the stamps, Next,
they are pressed onco more, and then
packed and labelled and stowed away
to be sont out tb the various oflices
when ordered. If a single stamp is
torn or in any. way mutilated, tho
whole sheet of 100 stamps is burned.
Not leas than 600,000 ara aaid to be
burned every week from thia cause.
The greatest care is taken in counting
the. sheets of stamp! to guard against
pilfering by the employees, aud it ia
aaid that during the paat twenty years
not n single sheet haa boen loat in thia
way. During the process of manufacturing the sheets are counted eleven
times.— Cltieago Inttl-Otrim.
       a»	
It is reported that large numbers of
Ohinamen are going out from the Pa-
citic coaat. The feeling on this''coast
is decidely hostile towards Ohinamen,
but in the cast it is otherwise.
Niw Goons.—ftat insUlment of nsw
Spring good, just arrived at Jas, Ellard
* Co.'s   (Jail and examine.—.'iff.
Omca-Over D. a Curtis SS Co.'. Drug
Store, Columbia St., Mow Westminster.
Honrs-9 lo 12; 1:30 to 7.
WII) visit Chilliwhack the Unit Monday
and two following daya In each month.
Teeth painlessly extracted.   nul2
QOMOULD, Met OIL at ATKINSON,
BARRISTERS,
SOLICITORS, ETC.
Office, Mckenzlo Street, New Westminster,
and Oranvllle, B. C. ' ... delete
Vff   NORHAIS BOLE,
BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
Land Agent. Money to Loan.
Columbia Street,
seste New Westminster, B.C.
A   R- HOWSE,
A. Formerly Howse, Hill A Rlckman,
uegH to announce that he will resume bus-
Iness as
Sarveytr, leal Haute Inker aad
Ceaveyarjeer
On and alter the 21st Instant.  Office, New
Caledonia Hotel, Murray St., Port Moody.
semo
A LBERT J. HILL, HI. A.
CIVIL ENGINEER,
Laku SuaviYOR, Dkauoiitsman, *jo„
t.lo.UI Hotel, Sew West., B. t.
Maps and Drawings of all kinils. Surveying In all Its branches. Mining Kc-
nortsandSiiperlntenilence. Irrigation nntl
Drainage. doisif
m J. trapp,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columblastreet,. New Westminster
All commission will receive prompt
and careful attention. Best references
given when required. mhl2-te
J.C. HUGHES,
Real  EsUte  Broker, Aucdoneer.
ComejMdng, etc.
Opposite Post Offlce,     New Westminster.
Will shortly open an offlee at Vancouver, Coal HarW.
Correspondence solicited. no28tc
W. D. FERRIS,
UNO, Dl ul URAL USUI
Bent and Debt Collector,
mint mod rutin fob sm.
Ageat ror Ihe TltTKLUR'H ufe >.<■
ACUBKXT HiniBAllHJK COH1MK1,
Hartlhrd. ts.,,.
OFFICE:-Ferrle Slreel, New Westminster, fe'te
Woods, Turners bl Is
LAND SURVEYORS,
Heal Estate, Insurance and
Commission Ancnts.
FIK, UK, 'M'tlNT « MARINE INSUMNCE
COLUMBIA STREET,
Telephone 99.        ISW WIMTBIMTKB.
RAND BROS.
T>EAL BITATB BHOKKHS.
Conveyaueere, Collectors,
And lium-AMr* Agents,
Offices at VICTORIA: Fort Street,
NKW WESTMINSTER: Columbia Ht., op-wslte Post Offlee.
VANCOUVER, m-xtilm.rtiiHiin.
iiyslde Hotel.
BITJMiINfl LOTS for nnln In nil ni'-'II-.ii.i
of Vancouver and New Westminster Clly,
FARM LaNDm of superior quuliiy at
ChUllwhnek, Port  Hammond, Uii-jltiy,
Matsqui,Sumas, Mud Buy, I-udiier's Limil-
liifc, Lulu Island, North Arm A Pitt Rirer.
Mnps and Finns exhibited nud tho full-
ent Information furnished nt nil oiirofiU'i-s
foaito
It. !>. PITT.
M. I'K'KEN
PITT & CO.,
Real Estate, Mining
AND MONEY BROKERS,
—AN)!-
General Commission Ag'ts
VANCOUVER. B. C.
WANS NEGOTIATED.
(02110
D. G.TURNER,
PAINTER and
GLAZIER.
BEHIDENOE-Qnccn's Avenue, went of
noiifliw. r«37m|
Misses. Mcelroy a vita henry
wind to Inform tlio Lad Ira of Xew
Westminster Hint thoy huva opened u
tiress-Making Establishment
-AT-
TR.lI'l* IIIHIS HT«l[i:.4(t!( mtit ST.
Whore thoy will bo prepared lo execute
nny orders entrusted to them lu tho luteat
styles nud with nil postdblo despatch.
Now Wostmlnstor, Oct, flth, 1R85.   oo7(o
DRESS-MAKING.
Misses McDOUGALL
Will opi'll a I'lisliluriiil.li? DwrHs-tiinkltitt,
EHtnlilislimenton
MONDAY, THE UTH INSTANT,
One Door below A.M..llerr!nj-'8
Dru-r Store.
A slmrc of public patronage Is respectfully solicited.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
•aalo
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHAM* STREET ■ VICTORIA,
-A.aBJN-!rs   FOB
Nortii British and Mercantile
Insurance Co. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON t CO.,
36 Fmsbury Circus,
London, K. C,
L. WILLIE
Front St., New Westminster,
MANUFACTURER OF
BISCUITS
AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES ft PROVISIONS
mhTte
WEST END
Plain and Fancy
I    UU11U*    HUD,   UUlILUD,
And Confectionery always on hnnd.
Delivered o nny pnrt of the City.
aCEIil-T SSOS.,   Columblu Street,
 Je2Mc	
H. KELLS,
MiiiuifHciui-ciA Importer of
BOOTS   AND
SHOES
Ladles', Vents', Mimes' and Children'*
Beets, Shoes aad Callers
Made to Ordor nud Kept on Hnnd,
COLUMBIA STREET, ~~*~ OPP. HYACK HALL
,NBW, WESTMINSTEH. B.C.
mh4le
A. B0SSHARDT,
-pORMERI,Y OK O'HAGAN A BOSfi-
V hardt, Iiiih cmubllKlicd hlniKi'lflii tho
PUllalng nrxi tin* t'ounrll t'liiinihrrN.   In
addition to Merchant Tuilorlnu lie wiHlien
IridieN fln<t f-t-ntlemi-n (otake notice of Mir-
pnportunlty of getting their
Grarments Dyed any Color.
A. Bosshiirdt hns Imd lnrge experience
In French Dyeing,
In WOOr-FNS, SILKS nnd FEATHERS,
nnd gui-nntees colors to bo porninnent,
mh27tc
J.A.CAWLEY&C0.
HAVING PURCHASED THK
.Shingle Mill „
rump Factory
At POPCUM, nreprepnred to execute all
Orders promptly nnd to the snl|nfnctlon
of their customers.
All klndH or tikmm; done te enter.
J. A. CAWLEY A CO.
J"1*"—. POPCUM, B. c.
tion Life
ASSOCIATION.
Vancouver, B. C.
FIRST-CLASS HOTKL AND RESTAURANT, OPEN AT AU. HODRS.
W. CIiKMESTS,     .      Proprietor.
rieit-
COME AND SEE I
W. H. HOLDER
TO_LET.
FURNISHED ROOMS WITHIN ]
minutes walk of (he post office,
For partlculnra apply nt
nmhlm THIS OFF*
Thoroughbred Pi
A PURE BEItKSWHE EOAIt (or
weighs m lbs: Is 2 venrs old.
Applyto    SliAIll'r.,tl'AlNE,
inlimc I.nlii Isln
House to Rent.
COMFORTABLE DWELLING, Qui
Avenue; contains 7 rooms, with
housi-s, Ae.   Apply ou tlio promises.
mlil-TIc     MRS. WARREN DkIIEC
WALSH
The Mel Tailor
Coiumbin St., Xew West minuter.
HAVING JUSTHRCEIVEDOUR NEW
Spring Stook, wo Invito inspect lon of
llio finest selection of
KDRllsb, Nrolcli, (ienunui I'mirii,
nail Anierlmn
HS-^SUITINGSI
Ever shown In New WestmliiHler. We
have secured the nervices of MR. HUGH
O'HAGAN, a practical Cutter who haa hnd
long experience In London, 1'nvis, and tlie
leading eastern cities,and for h GOOD FIT
and artistic style wo defy competition,
inbaotf!     ' THOS. WALSH.
FURNITURE I
THK UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA-
sure in announcing that lie is now
prepared to supply all kinds of Furniture, ftc, at the lowest possible prices.
Cabinet work and Upholstering done
promptly and In first-class style.
UNDERTAKING
In all its branches, Thp undersigned
has the only HEARSE in the City. A
continuance of public patronage solicited.
Old stand, next Occident Hotel.
J. G. BUNTE,
Late Manager SehPs Branch Furniture
Store. auSto ..
FURNITURE
W. PROTHERO & GO.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
AM, KINDS OK FURNltUKE.
REMOVED
Cnl. nnd exnmlne our slock and prices
bef -re buying.   Wc can't be I M>; R*01 B
ho eity,   RppnirlnKofiill kinds neatly
New Stock of
FURNITURE
Atl
[JAVINU MOVED INTO MORE COM-
XX modloilM qniirlei-M and tulded n full
I Ine Of
CROCKERY
I nm prcpiiri'd lofiirnKli liaR'isatid houso-
(teeners with complete outfits on shoii
noi ice.
run 17le V, \V. HART.
T^DER & GIBSON,
PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS
HOPEvB. O.
HAVING ,IU8T OPENED n flrsMaM
Hliiele-mllh HIiop nt Hopi-,the Hit*
(tei-slgncd hegta solicit a shnrw-if puhllo
put ran uge.
All work entrusted to them will bo done
Inflrsl-cliuiN style, und nt lowest current
rau>s. RYDER A GIBSON".
mli 171.)
Notice to the Public.
AME8'MORRISON who has been for
and General Agent, Auctioneer ami Collector of Rents, Debts, Ac, hns removed to
Vancouver City. He hns hnd oonsidornbte
practice In the County and Police Courts;
and on his chnrftes were nhvnvs modernt<-
he hopes for a continuance of puhllo confidence. Hts offices nro ovor Mr. Wilson's
store, Vancouver City.
Vancouver CHy,-Jib Maroh, 189(1.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE CGMP-V.
1 Old Broad Ht. and 16 Pall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, GoodB, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Fanning Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and tho
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships building aud repairing, Barges and otlicr Yes
sols on navigable rivers and canals, and
Gooda on board suuh Vessels, throughout-
Great Britain and Ireland &vd iu Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OR DAMAfiE BT FIRE.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and evory information can be obtained on application to
W. J. ARJISTBONti,
Agent for New Westminster.
W.R. AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
Ulfliifii M6FGll9IUlSi l
A large Assortment of
DRY GOODS
-AND-
GROCERIES
ALWAYS ON HAND.
XXay and. reed
Knnrsulrt < nulla! »I,M*,SM
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
A home"company,
Thii. Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:—
The Security offered to policy holders Is
misurpiu-ised by uny Company doing business in Cunadu,
It haH no schemes of Insurance, but the
well-established lines, hence the policy
holders cannot bo misled as to their contracts.
Its statements to the public can be read-
lly understood, Its cash statement show-
Ing every item of Income and how expended.
Itn push Ion lunscertofned annually from
n detailed valuation In whioh every Item
of liability IB Included.
Its pi-ogress tin* been unexampled In
the history of Insurance In Cnnada.
Its policies nro indisputable after three
yeurs, and non-forfcitable after two years-
ex 1st ence.
Its profits arc distributed upon an equitable basis, The projlts to one clnss of
policy holders nre not lessened to give
larger profits to any other class, wnlob
met hou n irords superior advantages over
thc uniform bonus plan of distribution.
liberal Conditions as to Residence and
Travel.
J. 1C. MncDONALP,
Managing Director.
T. R. PEARSON & GO.
Agents, New Westminster
Je7-2rno-al ternate.
-ROYAL CITY-
WHOf.ESAIsE AND RETAIL.
WOOD AMI COAL DELIVERED TO
Asnr paot w thr im.
We run two stages dally, exoept Sundny*,
to Port Moody, carrying H.M.S. mulls.
As no liquor or tobacco Is UBed we oan by
temporal-.' habits and careful ecoiinmy
tervc the public nt especially low rates.
so.Wc
IMPORTANT NOTICE
1 ILWUJUSTRKCEIVKllA LARUE
ASSORTMENT Ol'
Guns and Rifles I
Of Every Description..
Where any one can choose whnt he re
quires nl I'HICEH WHICH THJBY II AVE
MEVKH BEFORE BEEN OFFERED AT.
II will pay la loek nl litem before buy.
lug elsewhere.   .
A FULL STOOK OF
AMMUNITION
Of the best quality, ns low ns It can
possibly bo sold.
Tobacco.
Cigars, Pipes,
AND
General Merchandise
HUhoitoash pries paid for all klntls
ot FOBS.
A. GUTMANN,
s«to OptMlte I «T.»I.I Md,
COMPANY, LIMITED,
Richard  Street,
net ran, i ti,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS
IN ALL KINDS OF
ROUGH AND DRESSED
LUMBER
Shingles.
Shakes,
Laths,
Pickets,
mm boxes,
Net Floats, Trays
AND ALL KINDS OF
Wood Furnishing for
Canneries,
Doors.
Windows,
Blinds.
Frames,
Mouldings.
Brackets*
B-alltngs.
Balusters,
Newels,
Mull*« Fine j t all Kind! or
TURNED    WORK.
the Episcopal Church, and now known
as the
FARMERS' HOMEI
Will accommodate the traveling public
at the following rates:
Board per day $1 oo
"      "   week  5 00
Single Meals „..„„.   ■■&
Beds ,    as
»d lea ant
myfito
THE
I
HASTINGS, B. I.
11HIS FINK AND COMMODIOUS
. new Hotel has been recently oompleted and ia furnished with every convenience for the comfort of guests. The
situation and accommodations are unsurpassed on Burrard Inlet, which has be*
oome tbe moat fashionable
WATERING PLACE
in British Columbia The prospect ii
charming, the sea breezes are invigorating, and the facilities for bathing and
boating are excellent. Private Sitting
and Dining Rooms, Suites of apartments for families or parties. The Bar
is entirely detatehed from the main
building.
First-class stabling and feed for Hones, Basset to and from New Westminster twice a day.
GEO.  BLACK,
jyMto Proprietor.
TEMPERANCE
RESTAURANT
Cor. Mary and Columbia Sts*
MISS RUMERY HAS OPENEU A
first-class Boarding House and Ren-
taurant In tbe premises-formerly occupied
by Mr. W. H. Keary.
Boarders taken by the day or week, and
natrons of the house secure all the comforts of a borne.
Meals served atall reasonable hours.
Hot coffee ond light refreshments. Free
rending room attached. Miss Itmuery
pcrsoually superintends the cooking.
TERMS MODERATE.
mlilTte arifl
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Furnishes all Kinds or Help
Free of Charge.
OUR BPSM AVI,
DO YOU WANT TO BUY OR .SELL A
Business, tnke a partner, etc.
PICKERING ft CO.
OFFICE: Fort Street, botween Douglns
JMd'Broughton, VICTORIA, B. C. P.O.
box tU. inhZ7
T. N. HlBBEN I CO.
AND GENERAL DEALERS IN THE
many varietfe* of stock Indirectly
connected with tbe above.
Having studied fhc best mnrketsfor the
punt quarter of • century, economy In
purchasing hns been attaiAed by Importing In quantities direct from the publishers and manufacturers, and no pains is
spared to keep a full and well-selected
stock.
Old Masonic Building, Goverment St
VICTORIA, B. C.
rThs following- New Books Just re*
pel veil j CMU4U. riel.re., hy N«r«.J.
«t ft.nt.| Tre...ry .f RMg, (.raw's Ua-
rinlim Fatally Atlas. ocIMc
ESTABLISHED 1SS9.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Hurly •pptwlte tbe Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER
THE  LARGKOT   AND   CHOICEST
•ssortmnt of «I1 dwcriptlons of
MEATS ANO VEKTABLES
Constantly on band, and supplied to Tun-
IHes, Restaurant*, snd Steamboats at th.
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
Oxen for Sale.
A YOKE OV LAUUK OXEN, \VOI
mnke good lenders forn logging* te
Applyto        JAMES BANG
New Westminster, Nov. 1!!, 1885.
uolltc
FOR_SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN tho J,A1
leyHuw und Pluntng Mill; mill
good order. For particulars npplv on
premises lo H. WES'
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JACKHON,
aplStc A HELMCKKN, Vlcto
Shares for Sale.
THE BRUNETTE BAWMILI., fnwi.
by DeBeck, Bros. A Uo.) having Ik
formed Into 11 Joint stock company, a II
Ited number of slimes uro for sale. F
partJculuiN on application ut the Co
pony's oftiec, or on addressing Bruno
Snwmlll Co., New Westminster,1]! C.
  mliCte
Farms for Sale
ON NORTH ARM OF FRASER RIVE
The undersigned otlcm for sule purtli
ly improved farms of thc following site
fiO acres, 80 ncres, 100 acres, 290 acres.
For terms, etc., apply to
Wm. H. ROWLING,
fe27tc North Arm.
For Sale or To Rent.
THE UNDERSIGNED offers a Farm t
for snlo or rent. Also, Mflch Co*
and young Cattle, Hogs, una u few yom
Horses. There arc several pairs of go-
steers that won Id mnke excellent workll
oxen. Also, pno of the largest nnd be
Bulls In the province. The stock Is n
rery gentle.
M. NICHOLSON,
mhStc Mount Lehman P..
FARM FOR SALE OR LEASi
ON THE HORTH ABM, FRASER RIVER.
CONTAINING StO ACRES. 10 acres c
which arc under cultivation, SOU acn
prairie, the balance timber.
The land Is situated six miles from Ne<
Westmlnsternnd nloutthesnmedlstanc
from Vancouver Clly.   Will besoldelth*
In one or two lots to suit purchasers.
For terms apply to
JAMES MILLER,
felSto Nortii Arm, Fru-Jcr Jttvei
For Sale.
I T PORT MOODY WHAKK, A LOT Ol
RAILWAY PLANT,
Consisting of Steel, Hammers, Track Iron
Flclts, Shovels. Dn inn* cum, liiuekwnltl
Outfits, Derricks, Ac.
For particulars apply to
W. a MITCHELL,
mhMtfl   - New Westminster.
FOR_SALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
3 MILES FROM LADNER'S
Landing, on the Trunk Wagon
Road; two other roads runnini*throu(;l
the premises.   Applyto
E. A. WADHAMS,
de*3tc Ladner's Landing, B.C.
HO 1T6R GRANITE GREEK
The Driard House
IS THE BEST HOUSE TO STOP AT IH
GRANITE CITY,
T11R8T-CLASS ACCOMMODATION, and
r the Table supi-ll'-ii whin-very possible dellcncy. Thb hotel ft under the personal initnngeiiH-nt of Ilie well-known
caterer, B. F.Uoytie.
HOVC'E A CAIKKS,
mhfllc Proprietor*.
FortHoodySawHill
rpHE BUSINESS OF THE ABOVE SAW
J Mill will in future be enrried on by
the undersigned. KoNgfe, Brrssrd aad
all kinds of Rnlldlng
LUMBER, FENCING,
Bridge Timber, Etc.
Delivered anywhere on Burrnrd Inlet,
Fmser Itlvcr or up the O.P.H. line cheap
for cash. Send fur prices before purchas-
Incelsewhere, You win save money by
doing so. W. C. MelXtUQAI-L.
Fort Moody, Dec. 17th, 1685. deldtc
Lansdowne Mt
Fish, Fruit, dame and Ve-teia.
tics of all kinds.
■ ALT WATEH PISH, HALT SALMON. IA&T HKHRlSfi, •ALMOa
BELLIES, SMOKED SALMON.
FRESH SALMON EVERV DAV
All puroliflBcs delivered In the City free
of charge.
•mUMMA ■TBEET-,
Opposlto Dickinson's Butcher Shop.
_______ ocMtc
Every Kan to Ills own Business
J^m   FBE3LS,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST* DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(0PF  COIOHUI HOTH),
NSW WS8TMn*STH»,  B. O.
rkfilclMi' Fraerlptlom tit Hull} leclpei» gpecliltr.   '
JS. B. — Only Qnuin. Drugs tmti
Onr twnty vMt. .ip.ri.ncs.    rniiR NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Sale by Tender Michaud Estnte
Notice, Geo. H. Grant
Christmas Turkeya D. MoPhaden
Eggs for Hatching C. P. Stone
Gas Rand Bros.
Prince Junior Wm. Chadsey
tyxt gltitish Columbian.
WedMMlay Morulnu, April 1. lt(W.
In the British house of commons
a few days ago it wns stated that
the lost steamship Oregon had 878
passengers on board at the time of
the accident, and thut her life boats
I had a carrying capacity of only 265.
| The president of tho British board
of trade furthor said that this steamship's life-saving appliances were in
excess of the legal requirements,
This piece of information will come
with chilling etl'ect upon persons
who supposed that a steamer is expected to carry boats and appliances
sufficient to accommodate all the
passengers and crew the law allows
her to take.
Are we not paying dearly for our
whistle1? Our governor-general gets
#50,000; the lieutenant-governors
of Ontario and Quebec get $10,000
each; in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Manitobn, und British Columbia tho lieutenant-governor's salary
is $9,000; in Prince Edward Island
it is !?7,000, and in the North-West
Territories §i,000. Comparing
these figures with those paid for
similar services in the United States,
i find a very marked difference.
There is no state governor in the
union whose salary exceeds ?10,000,
and in only two cases is that figure
reached. The majority of the governors get from $2,000 to 85,000 u
year. And yet we believe the state
govornors are, as a rule, fairly equal
to the provincial governors in
ability. 	
Whnt is Sectionalism?
when a new election is before us it
is just the time to agitate any question upon whieh public opinion may
be called to assert itself. The
Colonist knows well enough that
it is possiblo to remove the capital
whenever a majority of the electors
are of opinion that it will be in the
public interest, and it knows that
Victoria every year is becoming
more and more distant from the
centre of population.
If we were to evolve an answer
to this question out of the utterances of the Colonist we should de-
line sectionalism as any tiling looking
to the just administration of public
affairs which does not give the chief
lienefifc to Victoria.    Upon several
occasions The Columbian has pointed   out   wherein the mainland of
British Columbia has had its just
claims. ignofed, and upon almost
every occasion our Victoria cotemporary has raised the cry of sectionalism.     We suspect that ho has
done  this as a piece of strategy,
supposing    that    public   attention
would in this way be diverted from
the grievances complained of. A few
days ago we expressed the opinion
that it was just as well for the
house that it had consented to accept thc nartie Vancouver in the
bill of incorporation, because that
name had been selected by the people and if the house threw out the
bill   merely   to gratify a jealous
whim, tho act would not soon be
forgotten.     The Colonist at once
shouts sectionalism! It misrepresents
the motives of this journals, and
tells the house that our "threat" is
an insult!   Our cotemporary could
scarcely believe in his own sincerity,
because there was no more connection between the incorporation of
Vancouver and sectionalism  than
there was between our cotemporary
and   common   sense.     When the
matter of the capital came up on
llr. Orr's motion, the Colonist, of
cours?, raises the same cry.   It attempts to ridicule the whole affair,
and  persuades itself that the capital can never be removed from Victoria.   In the capital discussion tho
sectional cry may be raised with
the most   perfect appropriateness.
It   is  a  question in which there
must   be   coullicting interests  between the island and the mainland,
and between different localities suitable for the location of the capital.
But   these considerations are not
sufficient to rule this matter out of
public discussion.     Our cotemporary knows  well enough that the
provincial capital wns first located
at New  Westminster, aud that it
wus taken away to Victoria through
political   influence   which   secured
the votes of a majority of the house
in favor of removal.   Tlie removal
of the capital from  the mainland
was accomplished by stilitagem, and
wus an act of injustice lo the mainland that never can be forgotten.
It the Victorians succeeded in removing the capital to suit their own
ambitious and sectional designs, by
that very act they set a precedent
which may be found extremely embarrassing.   They showed tbat it is
possible for the house, by ils own
vote, to move tbe capital about at
pleasure,     But  our cotemporary
wishes the public now to belim-q
that -ihe capital is fixed and am
never be changed.   It is no more
fixed at Victoria.than it was fixed
in Ne-^v Westminster.   The authority which took it from one place is
able to tike it froni the other. ' It
may be true, as claimed, that the
tfitte hu not yet come for an agitation on the capital question.    But
The Latest Hitch.
From the time wheu negotiations
were first opened with the C. P. R.
authorities for the construction of
a branch railway to this city, there
has been a continued series of disappointments and hitches. The
discouragements encountered havo
been so numerous and so seriors
that a less patient and enterprising
community would long ago have
abandoned the whole scheme. After
the mayor's last visit to; Victoria,
and the telegram from Mr. Ward
stating that the bond had been accepted and signed, it seemed that
nothing further remained but to
construct the road. But the whole
fat is in the tire again. One of the
lost acts of the legislature before
the close of its session was to insert
a Chinese clause as a condition upon
which the government bonus of
837,500 would be'voted. Tlm insertion of this condition promises to
breed moro serious mischief than
any member of the house, could
have imagined. It is stated on
authority that the syndicate will not
consent to exclude Chinese from
working on tho branch, and, consequently, will not accept the agreement with the limitation inserted
by the house; at least it will not
undertake to construct the branch
under these circumstances until the
fall of next year. Now, it was always understood that time was a
most important part of the agreement between this city and the syndicate for the construction of the
road. We all believed that this
city would eventually be connected
with the O. P. K. without the inducement of a bonus, but it was
thought to be of the utmost impor
tance that the connection should be
made so that the road  could be
Christmas Turkeys.
rpuiucEY KIJOS FOB HATCHING.
Allmltetl,number of soilings limy lie had
nn uupltentton In llio undersigned,
11. JMJcl'HAllEN.
April Otll, ISM. 7ii|ii!l.
EGG8MHATCHINB
ALL VARIETIES.
GOj-j lU'i^.ifl.n-k-iiri-'llili-IHl
W:iU'i-l*o-.vl-. Muii-il l» l-i'MliK*.
Iivsi iv.iull- I -<■:■■ mul li.-mtV
Humolv    illu.Ui.Uil    CiUi-lo-jiu
|C.I\ST0NE,£»?:»
NOTICE.
AI.I, UOOli TEMPLARS nre roqueslod
lolro nresenl III lire rej-nliir niirulllii:
nr Dominion I.iiiIro, Ni,.8J>, on KRI1IAV
IJVtJNINlJ. NKXT, ns l.iisliri'ss of lln-
nominee will lr'-> 1,1'ourjrt furwtirtllnrills-
eusslon. GEO; 11. (IRANT,
7n|)ll W.'C.'T,
GAS STOCK
I'ARTIIJN WISHING TO I'lIHCHASl*
OAS BTOCK FROM TIIE
New Westminster Gas Co'y
WILL PLEASE A1TI.Y TO
RAND BROS.
Ili-fiin- AihII io, turn.
B4.SHAKKS §20 V.ACH, iniynliU* In four
Installments. laplt
Tlie-Norman Percheron Stallion
"PRINCE JUNIOR"
Win Ntiniil I'm- service ilurlns Hir
SfitMiii   (if IK84I  lit  lit*  Kliitil--,
Humus ami ('cut rev 111*1.
TERM8:-Tn Imfuro.-jHU, to he -uud 1st
Mnn-li, 1SS7; Sciison.SI'i, iMhc -mid at dose
of mchsoii; single service,. 910. l'artlosdis-
iKiNinifof tlu-lr mnres before foaling must
pay full liiRUiunco win1!her in foal or not.
All accident* to mnres nt the risk of tlieir
owners. Parliessi-ndIng Uu-lrnuti-cHfrom
iidlRtanee will he allowed one-half of the
expense. Pasturage free. Season to extend until July loth,
POINOE JUNIOR i.s a dapple grey, 17
liaiids high, und weighs 1000 (lis., and took
first prize at the l-rovltudal Exhibition,
"New Westminster, In 1SS5. Pedigree can
be seen lit residence ut undersigned, or at.
Custom House, Victoria.
npTtc WSf. CHADSEY.,
SALE OF VALUABLE
TERMINAL
STEAMER
"GLADYS"
UNTIL   FURTHER   NOTICE  WILL
leave Ewen A Co.'s wlinrf for
HOPE AND WAY  PORTS
ON MONDAYS & THURSDAYS,
At7 o'clock a. in., returning,
WEDNESDAYS k SATURDAYS,
Making regular through connection with
tho "TEASER" to and from Victoria.
Por Freight or Passage, apply on board
orto
Mil. DRAPER,
ap3to On tho Wlinrf.
GRAND
CONCERT
—ON—
Tuesday Ev'g, April 13,1,
 .IN TIIK	
New Wc Churoh Suing,
IN AID OF TIIK ORGAN FIND.
Doors open aiV.W p. m.  Concert coin*
mcneesiitSsharp.
Tickets, 31.00; Children half-price.
apjltd	
Henderson Bros,
Agents for the Canadian Paelllc
Navigation Co.'s Steamers,
 ALSO—
STORAGE,     FORWARDING,    AND
PURCHASING AOENTS,
XXO—'XZ, B. 6-
HAVING BUILT A GOOD WAREHOUSE, wu nro irrcpurotl to recolvo
unil rilori'Il'i'lulil. .Mr'ri'lllillls rrnil trrrrlr-rs
111 llic
GRANITE MINING DISTRIOT
would do well by arranging with its to
receive and forward their goods. Our experience in the business and the advantages we have enable us to guarantee entire sjitlsfiu-tlon. A tire-proof safe In our
ofllce. Awaiting yonr demnnds, we remain, yours rospeetfully,
np3tn2 HENDERSON HROS.
ALONG
FELT
WANT
Is about to be
SUPPLIED
Has imported from London, -Eng.,
a large stock of  '
IILLIIM
The Latest Hlwpes and Fashion".
Trimmed arid Untrimmed
HATS,
Feathers,  Flowers-
it, -'
 ■_ -
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERYMAN A,»EAt.«SR IN
Fruit 8Mt Ornamental Trees,
LadnM'S Landing, B.O.
ffIHE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO 1N-
± form the peoplo of British Coiumbin
that he has established a Nursery at Ladner's Landing, nnd Is prepared to fill
all orders for Fruit Trees, Ornamental
Trfles, Shrubbery, Vines, small Fruits,
Ae. Trees Imported or home grown according to the wishes of customers. The
subscriber has had a thorough practical
training In the business, and having a
Fierm uncut stake in the country It Islils
nterest to deal fairly with tho public. He
will wait upon the various towns and set-
-I3NT-
ESTATE OF MAXIMILIAN MICHAUD, DECEASED
TENDERS
WILL BE RECEIVED UY THE REV.
J. M. MflGUCIUN, .0. iM. I., tho Ad-
'    of tlio "	
niiiil-m-iitnr'tf lhe Estuie, tii l:e uddreused
,     . . ,    , tu him id lh-' f'itycif New Wesltnlnster,
ready for operation as soon its the  nptoSATiMuiAV, iho-j-ith April now In*
._ .     ,        BlanU-Ior lhe purchase of tho following
Vancouver.     It  has j lands:
Subdivisions 2, 8, Ji r.,«,7,s,ii,io, ii, 12,
extension to
been with this object in view that
all our negotiations were carried on.
If the ill adyjsed action of thc
house, therefore, has the effect of
postponing for one year the con
stfuctitm ■ of the branch, it wUli )n
the opinion of our citizens, seriously
militate against our interests. In
deed, we believe that there would
he, a very unanimous feeling (u
favor of withdrawing altos-ether
from the arrangement unless it cun
be carried out this season. We
think the action taken by; the house
is unjustifiable and ill-considered.
It is true that an agitation was gotten up in this city last winter looking to the exclusion of Chinese
from the branch;^ but when it was
found that tho interposition of any
sucli condition would threaten the
success of the scheme, it was abandoned. It is probable, .the house
did not know tliis, and supposed
that, in inserting this condition it
was doing New Westminster a service. The motion to exclude Chinese was moved by Mr. Beaven,
leader of the opposition,, and seems
to have been carried without protest But if the houso had stop
ped to consider it would have seen
that this wns a dangeroyi net for it
to do. The bargain between the
city and the government and tlio
syndicate had been made iind concluded for ttie construction of the
branch. Neither the Iioiise nor tliu
syndicate nor the city had any
right to violate that compact by tho
interposition of a condition not previously agreed upon. We do not
suppose for a moment tliat the insertion of the Chinese clause is the
result of any premeditated plan for
injury of this city as itntfed by Mr.
Lord in a hitter which appeals in
another column. To suppose this
without a particle of evidence is
both impolitic and unjust. Besides,
it presupposes tliat Mr. Beaven, the
opposition leader, deliberately entered into a conspiiucy with the
government and the house fur this
purpose. There are people who
talk that sort of stuff on thc streets,
but when twkecl for the ground of
such an opinion, they have none but
those which spring from an excited
imagination. The house has dorio
this city a grievous injury, which
may cost us thousands of dollars
directly, and thousands more indirectly, but we have not the retnot
els suspicion that any member for
ii moment dreamed of such a result.
13, u.]6 and 10 nr Lot
Westminster District^ epeii subdiviaion
i-oiil ul nin-* Dtieres, e\el ikIv of riiailways
whieh divide uml bound the properly*
Subdivisions 1, 2, 3, 1. .1, (1.7,8,10, ll, 12,
l;l, It, 16 and Id uf Lul Ull, Group 1, New
Westminster3)U-irlet,of thesame ai-roane
nslhc former hii lull visions, e-teluslve also
of tbo road ways.
Pl-in* nf Ibe Mibdlvlsluns of Lols 301 and
lid lutve been tiled In the Lund Ui-No'
Olttee,  New  WcsluilnNler,   .showing also
tho dividing ami boundary roads,
TOWN OF HASTI.VOS-Luls 2, 3 and 4
'exeei-l n small pier? nf ],o| 2, sold tn Vf,
R, Lewis), Upon Mils properly Is wect-fid
the Hastings Hotel, to-pUier wlHf^thcr
buildings.
AtaO-Lots 6, fl, 7, IS nnd 83 nf the suld
Town of Hastings.
NKW WESTMINSTER OITY-Lot 8,
Llnelt 17, oil whh'h is ■■■■-*(■*ed a new Mouse
With seven rooins,|liaril-tliiisli('d, with nil
tlio latest Improvement*, situated on Columbia street,
NKW WESTMINSTER DISTINCT.
The following Farms:—
Lol mo, (in-up 2, containing 258 aeres,
Lot ItO.-), <iroiip2, enntalnlng 1 IS acres.
I-nt 8(1, Group!!, containing 200 acros.
These properties adjoin, furming either
one farm or more.
Tenders may be for the property as a
whole, or for any portion or portions.
No tender uecessnrlly accepted,
For particulars us to title or otherwise,
application may he made to
THEODOHE   DAVIE,
Victoria,
W.N OILMAN BOLE,
New Westminster,
Or to Messrs. CORBOULD A McCOLL,
New Westminster, Solicitors for parties
concerned, upTtd
AGENTS FOU THE
Canadian PaclflcNavlgatlon Co.
Farm Products,
Also, manufacturers of Harness,
Saddlery, Tinware, Cooperage,
Iii St., tt.,
SHIPPING    AND   COMMISSION
MERCHANT'',
Chilliwhack, B.C.
IT AVE FOIt SAI-I'.-
One Farm, eon I-.lining .120 acros, partly
Improved; with two yoKe Oxen,on.< I'inw,
one Harrow, ono Wagun.   l'rlce, 84-000.00,
One span henvy Work Horses.   Price—
Siw.oo.
One span black DrivingHorties. Price—
$2.50.00.
One Platform Spring Wnffon. Prlee-
•1-10.00.
Two Single Top Buggies. ■ Prico each-
S 100.0H.
One Open Single Buggy,   Prlco-5ii0.00.
For full particulars, call on or address
HENDERSON BROS.,
ui>3in2 Chilliwhack, B.C.
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail
lik'cold you think so little -if
may prove the forerunner of a ''.onipl-i■'•'.,
thit piny I* fa**1-' Avoid this result by
taking Ayer's Cherry 1'ectorul, thc heat
of itiioirii' rttntoliei for colds, oonghi,
catarriii, bronchitis, incipient consumption, tad ill olhtr throat and lungdii-
ewM,
DRUGGISTSI
•ii'w Westminster, I
mlilOlo
PY/EMIA
Is the most virulent form of blood-poison*
hv... Less speedily fatal, Irtit not less cor>
isliilv wi. Is thi! vitiation of tho blood ot
which tin- flr-i symptoms nre Pimpled,
Sties, [soils, imd Cutaneous Eruptions. Whim tlio taint of Sorofula (riven
wunitn-rof II s presence hvfiiich indications,
un lime shuuld be lost fn using Aykr'O
Mits.UMinu,,'*, the only perfectflud roll-
nlile medicino for llie purification ot the
SCROFULA
I- n fmd corruption iu the blood that rota
tail nil the machinery of life, Nothing
will ei'iiilicnli- It from the system and prevent, ils transmission to offspring but
Avt:it's SAitsAi'AitiM.A. Tills propM-a*-
Min is iihtp tile only om- that will cleanse
Hi- lilond of Mercurial poison and the
i ii I ut. ur ContiiglotiB Disi-itsrs. Iupover-
t-hi'it blood is productive of
AN/EMIA,
A \- :*eiclicd condition indicated by Pallid
:il:!u, Flat-old Aluaclos, Shattered
Nom-a,   and   Melancholy.   Its   first
1
Financial and
Insurance
New Westminster,
Vancouver and Victoria.
is "personal attention.
aiimo
Eo HUTCHERSON;
T& SHOE STORE!
Alexander St., Vnucouver, 11,1'.
rnHK UNDERSIGNED, who has had
I considerable practical experience,
wishes to announce to the people of Burrard Inlet, Now Westminster, aud elsewhere, tlint he has opened a new Root und
Khoe Htoro at Vancouver, and bus been
fortunate in securing the services of Mr.
W. Burnett, late of New Westminster,
whose reputation as a workman Is well
established.
All measures taken ure preserved, and
orders by mall or otherwise will recelvo
prompt attention.
Repairing done ncnt ly und on short no*
tlce. and ull work guaranteed, A stock of
ready-made goods kopt on hand.
Sign of the Goldon Boot, next door to
F. B. McDonald's General Store.
fetttc J. T. "WILKINSON.
Also, fi gootl Assortment of .,.
Jerseys,   Capes,
Dolmans,
Jackets,
As lute in fashion,, cheap nnd good
lis to he hr'ul in B.' C.
Kerr & Oo'i N. H. T. -JUO-yd. tt-cord
Spools 50o. per dozen.
We keop « 8'ook'0fj>
WOOLS
OF ALL KINDS,
-ALSOr---
At the cninnioncement of anot! or
Spring wo t-iI.o this opportunity to
thank tho public for poet fnvojs, a. d
hofvb.fov a <fti m ti nuance of the name.
Globe House
C!I RATES!
BRITISH COLUMBIANS
Bound East
'WILL INSilnE
SAFETY, SPEED,
COMFORT ft ECONOMY
To all Eastern Points,
BY TAKING THE
ALBION
MARBLE WORKS
JAMES USHKlt, Proprietor.
MONOMENTS,HEAp1BTONE8,£OMBSl
TABLETS AND CROSSES, FURNITURE MARBLE, Ac.
Persons 11 vinj„* at a distance, by Hcmllng
a description ot what they whh, can have
designs iiriees, etc., furnished on implication. All work j-funruntucd equal lonny
on the Pnclflc Coast, nnd ut reusonal-le
rates,   N, B,—No ngenls employed.
Gordon Street, Victoria, D. C.
Opp. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church.
mlilSto
JOHN S. COX,
Importer and Dealer in
FAUCI POETRY
INCLUDING
WHITE  LKUIIOHNS,
BROWN LEGHORNS,
PLYMOUTH ROCKS,
I.ANUMIAMJS,
Whit. Cre.led Black Polnniln,
Onlnca Po,vl.,   Rnu.ii Duck.,
Whll. Prkli, Dock..
fla.Illl'rlmill<l I'JKun riri|i|rl It'll III low rules,
and nil stnrrlt Kllnrnlilf'r'it.
Boyat Avenue, Kust of Douglas St.
tiiiuiii'
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE ANO
ST. PAULRAILWAYS.
ROBT. IRVINQ,
Agent O.R. AN. Co,
olMre-C. P. N. Co'. Building, Whnrt SI.
aomlilm
ON ANI) AFTER lrrt APRIL, I WILL
neii nt nml uiiilcr cont, for rush,
MY WHOLE STOCK,
DRV GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS,
GROOERIES, PROVISIONS,
OROOKERY, GLASSWARE,
SILVER AND PLATED WARE,
LAMP STOCK,
SHOVELS, ROPE, Etc.
Tills Is ii closing out snle, nml tlio uooils
miisl lie disposed* of. A few gopil Nickel
and Wnlnitt Slrow Cases nt low rntcH. Delivery curt, harness, liorse covi'is, Ac ut
half iirlue.
Those Iriilcbtcrl tutnewlll iiluuscotiservo
thatlam closlne nut, mul govern tlicm-
sclves neeorillngly.
mhWIc O. «. MAJOR.
W. IRVINH.
F. STRAHAN
PHENIX
OoiiUMBIA S'l'Kb
,,,, .Nrvk W'kstminsteiu
RAE,
IvjEanaeror.
aj)3to
ttONUMENTg
jni+ iikiu.' wm. cum
PACIFIC
f liev
Wi'iiliiiofnT,   Languor,
Forco, ntid Mimtnl De-
Vei
lln eoui'Ho, iinelicekcd, Iculs
i-vliiibiv iu hi-tuulty oi* douth. AVomon
p-iiiitiil iv Htitli't- from it. Tho only medl-
hiu iimi," while purifying tlio blood, en-
i-:lir« Ivwtlh ww vitality, nntl invlgoratei
fin wliole ^ystctn, Is
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
i'ltEPABED BY
)   J. C. Ayer * Co, Lowell, Mia.
.Mil liy all Druggist!,: Price (1; (•
Si-bottfee/or*-.    ..
Everybody says they
are poor, but I have
grown rich by keeping the best articles
in my line, and not
having two prices but
treating all alike.
" Ver* smull Proflln nnn Quick
Upturns," Is my motto.
GUNS,
Rilles,   Kcvolvi-rt*, Ammunition, Fishing
Tackle, unit till other sporting gooth.
A full line of
BAR FIXINGS,
Including Tumblers,  Fancy  Dei-nntm.
Canla, Dice, Poker Chipfi; a large
aaaortment of
CUTLERY, YANKEE   NOTIONS,
Ami all otlior Fancy Onoiln.
PlpoK, Tolmeco nnd Clunrs, mul oilier
temperance letHK from it needle to nn anchor, Mm. mention  tn mmicroiiK, all of
which cun ho limpet-teil atlhu
HOLE IN THE WALL,
Columhla Street, New Weat ml tidier* H. 0,
NOTICE TO WM0T0R8
SEALED TENDERfi, ADDIIEHRED TO
the Doininlon (lovcriitnent Acont and
endnrNcd "Tenders ror Ruml-detnehct!
I)Wolllni*nforlnni't'M. Penitentiary, New
WeHtinlniter, B.O., will he ronolvecl nl thin
ofllcenntllnoonof MONIiAY, 12lh Al'VI',
next IneliiHlvely, for Mio erection m.i
completion of Three I'nlrn ofnenil-ite'ncli-
ed liwellliii-M nt llrltlsh Columhla 1-cnt-
tlary.
I-juiiH iiiiiI spi'clllentliiiiH cun he Keen at
the postoftlce. New Wcstiiiliintcr, on and
ift«r the lut April next.
rcwonHtcnderlnK mc not Ifl edthat tend*
3HHE I'MDEIWIUNEU HAH ilEKN AV-
_ pointed iiKciiliii HrltlHh t'olnmliln for
icae heautlfnl inouuineiitn. Full purllc-
ularNiiatopriceHiind ih-rilj'UN on iipplieii-
tlon. GHAH. .1. UOllSON,
At Mr, o. O. Major's Blore, Columbia Ht.
•    in 119110
EASTER!
A FINK COLLECTION OF
COLUMBIA STRFET.
New,W^in8t^|.§t
■)<! 'li'i; i«"
OF BROOKLYN.
Orunnuoil A. Tl. lftVl.
LOSSES paid:  .821,000,000.00
AiSfSETS, Jan. 1, '81!,   4,910,438.50
LUBiLITIES,iunhdiug
rc-innuramc Fund... 3,I96,:>16.25
SURPLUS to Policy
Holder* 1,714,167.31
REIft & CURItm
HA
-AT-
T. R. PEARSON & CO.'S,
Hw -Miuhr ui Stuii.
after llio Ut April next.
1'cwonH tendering on   .     . ,
em will not ho coun hie red ihiIcnh mnde on
the form nuppllcil, und Hltfiiuil with thoir
actual RhniatureH,
Each tender miiHt lie iiec-imnnnlod hy
an accepted hunk cheiitic mado    "
tolheorderofthii Doinln
Agent, rijuu I to n vo ner cent, ut lieiutiouni
oflhe lender, whicli will he forfeited If tlm
party dcclli.es to enter Into n contraot
when culled upon tod-moor if ho fall to
complete the work contrneletl for.
The Department will not he hound to
accept the lowrat or uny tender,        .
B.EI.ETCHEB,
Act'g.Hceretiiry.
Uy Order,.
,....jlnlonaoT.U
Vletorla, IJ. 0.,
dominion QtvO. Af onw omBj;. I
np'iii
EXCURSION
TEA AND CONCERT
A TEA   ANI>   CONCEUT   Vfll.U   HE
given at thc
WI BALL IN M MIS ASK,
 ON	
Wetlncsdn?, A|»rll iih.
In addition to tlie Ten, Micro will tin a
Cohort given hy Revoinl lmllcM nntl gentlemen from Now WeaHniii-'ier.
AtlmiftMon to Ton and Concert, CO (dn.
Tlio fine tileiiinei-IjUihIv*. will leave Now
Went in in sic i- fm- the North Ann Hetijc.
ment iiillfoft'oTopS on Ihe evening of tho
7th, returning after Iho entertainment.
Persons winning to attond from the clly
niiiy oiiiiiVn VlcirciM /or oKeiii-slon nml entertainment for 78 cIh. ench. tnli27
I.
AVINO PUHCHA8ED the Blwli-
sinitliing busincsB lately carried on
by W. H. Lewfi, nnd the Paoifio Car*
ringe WorkH, can led on by Johmtone ft
Smith, wo arc prepared^ to manufacUire
all kiudn of I;;'
Farm Wagnos,
Carriages,
Phaetons,
Buggies,
Express Wagons,
Drays, Carts,
Stages,. I,,,
And everything in the vehicle line,
on tho shortest ndtiee and «t m»
onnhln prices.
Wo also keep in stock the above
articles, nnd nil kinds of Wagon
and Carrir^e Material.
Repairing, Paimiiiic k Trim-
IllllIK ('(,,lt **■' reasoiutUe prices.
BLACK8MITHINC
In nil its lirnnclics. Ir-iirniurs', Log-
gere', Mill un<l Oontmct Work, and
llorficslinuinj' unilnrtaklm; Agricul
tiirnl Tinplninciil'i, unil fvorything
in tlia lihickuinilh line iiiiuln to order.
Wo ftlso Keep in Btock to supply
the trade,—Iron. Htcol,' Junilioririnil
Oonl, Olmin, llnrmi nnd Ox Shocn,
Stnnl anil Iron Harrow Teeth, Har-
ro\v», Hprings, Axles, and a complete
stork of Oarriajra Hardware. ■
Having secured .flrstclnss work
nn-n, we fi el ciiiiliilijiiL of giving Biit,-
ist'iictiprir ,i JT
All material and work leaving
llic shop will he fjjunniftmf'flfm-'
clnss* . 0«1?rs /riipi the country
promptly nlti'iideirio.
inKSto.    HKID IsOlllllllk
PACIFIC COAST DEPARTMENT,
'lOCnllfomlafil   IV.
BROWN, ORAIQ & OO., Manaqerb
"•-WOLIOIES WRITTEN (without
reference to Ban Franciicoor Viotoria)
nt the .lice of
foods, ter & Me,
AOENTH,
New Westminster, B. 0.
lOmhim
IRVING & STRAHAN,
t'era ltcglile nnd Colaniltln nu.
FURNITURE
MANUFACTURERS,
—AND—
UPHOLSTERERS.
Spring nnd Wool Mattresses and
Bedding ninil)s oa hand.
HAVE ONllA:;i)'l'I!B
»ll'll .11
1 llll.l ST AMI nn I   STOCK or na.
mti iti: «\ Tin: -i.ii\i..im>.
(UMITED)
(UTEVBEGK BROS. & CO.)
HIlli and tStScts al Sapperton, one
■Ilo Irom Now Weitminiter.
WatchsakcrSsJcwcller!
Has juat rcceivod fjr the Holidays a Hue
auortmrnt of Gold and Silver
JEWELRY
OKNTS'
BOLD & SILVER WATCHES
Ladles size Swiss Goltl Watches
from tit, to #55,
Ladles Slue American Stem*
winding Gold Watches, at
JJ3J-.60.
ii *'MBKB-We do not lell "filled"
Watclit.  nd Jewelry ae solid gold.
Our guuiU are guaranteed just as represented, and' prices lower than any
other hottsri in It. C,
COLONIAL BLOCK,
IvJEW WESTMINSTER, B. C..
Ilrlulc
Branch Umber Tart at Yanroatrr,
MANUKXcr^^DEALEI-SIN
Rough and Dressed
LUMBER
Shingles,
Shakes.
I-aths.
Pickets.
SALMON BOXES
Doom*
Windows.
Blinds.
Mouliilngs.
Brackets.
Balusters.
Ani! evorytliirig In tlio Wood Ono required far building |iurjwac«.
mhlitr Manager.
The Colonial
BOOTiSHOE
STORE,
Colonial Hotel Building,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
Wm. Ross
ijironTEn and dealer in
BOOTS and SHOES
Tke Krencli Lenoir, tlooilyrar, Pinkerton, Cochrane, I'nuslls & lo.,
trmo lloldcn and Slater
Bonis and shorn.
r ADIKH AND ORNTI.KMRN APR IIR.
lj H|rcctflllly llivlterl tucnll iiini exirm-
Ino Uur slnirlt.
I lljivuiil.n on liiilnl tin'
aiVTCH'tJAKAMA* LKATIIUK WATEK.
TKilll KXKK HOOT,
Wlilcli nuw takes llio pluve of gum boots.
JyWIr ADVERTISING RATES.
Transient Advertisements—First insertion, fj etiA. per Une; subsequent Insertions,
2 ots. per lino.
Regular Commercial nnd Business Ad*
vcrlisenieuts—1 column- 912 pei month:
\_ col., ?7 per month; y, col., W per month;
2 ineliea, 12 per month; 1 Inch, $1.50 per
month. These rntes to bo charged on
standing advertisements which remain
over 3 months. If for a less period the
i-.-tt.es will be; 1 col., $15 per montli; %cul.,
%0; !,-,'(;ol.,S.j; 2 Inches, $.1; 1 Inch. $2.
Hpuclnls, among reading matter—Ench
Insertion, 20 cts. per line.
Births, Marriages and Deaths, $1 each.
Funeral notices accompanying death notice, :j0 cts. extra.
a9~A.ll transient advertisements will be
measured by a scale of solid Nonpareil,
which makes 12 lines to the inch and 7
words to the line. Display lines must be
allowed for in making estimates. No advertisement Inserted for less than 81.00.
lite glritwli Columbinn.
New Si-kino Millinert.-New Millinery just arrived direct from London, at
Jaa. Ellard ft Co'a. Call and examine.  a7
Apropos. — Some daya ago two
clergymen were making their way
through a portion of tho new town of
Vancouver that has heen slashed lately. Coming upon a workman whose
features could scarcely be recognized
through the dirt of charred wood and
dust, one of the clergymen addressed
him: "This ia Seymour street, ia it
not?" Without a moment's hesitation
the man replied: "Yes; but I gueas
you see more stumps than street!"
Wednesday Horning, April 9, 188S,
Maple Bidoe License.—Mr. Oeo.
H.   Howison,   whose   fetter signed
- I ''One of the Magistrates," appeared a
Counly court in this oity to-dny.
A drove of cattle came over from
Port Moody yesterday.
Weather for some time has been
juat too lovely for anything.
Chicago is just now luxuriating in
strawberries at 82.00 n quart.
Roads  and  streets  are drying up
rapidly, and travelling is fairly good.
Tlie governnment has decide to liave
a court held at Granite Creek thia season.
The Alaskan is the name of a new
steamer built by Capt. Moore for the
Alaska trade.
The str. Princess Louise did not
arrive from Victoria until 4:30 Monday afternoon,
The concert announced to take
place at Ladner's Landing has been
postponed until June.
The flagship Triumph has left Esquimalt for a cruise which will probably
he completed about June.
Stock in the New Westminster Ou
Co. may be had on application td
Messrs, Band Bros.   Seo ndv.
Mr. J. Judson Ynung, for over 10
years deputy-provincial treasurer, died
suddenly at Victoria laat Friday,
The latest styles in Zephera, Ceylon
Flannels, Prints and Fancy Delaines at
James Ellard k Co.—Ado. 30mtc
The corner atone of' the bell tower
at Holy Trinity Church is to be laid
at 3 o'clock next Saturday afternoon.
Tlie new plain and striped Canvas
cloth in all colors to match at Jas. Ellard ft Ce.'a, New Westminster.— Adv.
A drunk klootchtnan, and a man
charged with supplying liquor to Indians, were up yestorday and remanded.
An addition is being built to the
Reformed, Episcopal churoh.   The ad*
dition will comprise a chancel and v
try.
The customs collections at Nanaimo
last month were 94837, being an increase of $1978 over the same month
last year.
Oirl telegraph operators and short*
hand- writers are to be found in nearly
every leading'stock Broker's offlce in
Wall street now.
Matters of special interest are to
come before the Good Templars on
Friday night, and the W.C.T. requests
a full attendance.
Mr. Jas. Cunningham, M. P. P, for
this city, returned from Viotoria on
Monday. The house was prorogued
yesterday afternoon.   . -j
A fur seal measuring u* feet in length
was caught iti the Fraser last week
and sent to Victoria, whero it produced quite a sensation.
The Rev. D. MncRae will preach at
Fort Langley and Maple Ridge next
Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. m. and 3
o'clock p.m. respectively.
Tho atr. Gladys leaves (his oity at
-6:30 to-night for tho North Arm concert and tea. Tickets for exoursion
.a.'\1 entertainment 75 cts.
From our special despatches it will
he seon that there is trouble in store
for the str. Sardonyx v ion she reaohes
Mexico with her cargo of Chinamen. I
Dakota farmers are making plans to
grow flax for fuel this summer. It is
said that a ton of Hnx atraw is worth
more to burn than a ton of soft coal.
On Friday Mr. Trapp will sell hy
auction a quantity of household furniture belonging to Mrs. Warren De*
Beck, who is leaving the city for a
white.: ■
The Hudson river ice harvest this
short time ago iu connection with the
Maple Ridgo license court, wishes us
to Bay that he is prepared to stand by
every assertion contained in that letter.
He denies the correctness of the statements put forward by Mr. Levi in
defence, and, although wishing to
avoid a newspaper controversy, he is
ready to prove his assertions. He
states that enquiries among persons
whoso names appeared on the petition
satisfies hiin more than ever that the
action of the court was in accordance
with the wish of a majority of the
municipality.
■ ■ --     . **•> '■■
Reserve Militia Enrolment,—In
the militia report Lieut.-Col. Holmes,
A.D.A.G. for this province, calls attention to the importance pf reserve mill*
tia enrolment in the following words:
"It is, I consider, a matter of great
Importance, and my opinion is muoh
strengthened by this fact, that although
great excitement and anxiety for pro*
tection was manifested by the inhabitants of this section of the province
during the past spring, when war with
Russia appeared imminent, very few
persons came forward to assist in defending themselves'by joining the band
of loyal men comprising the already
enrolled active militia." The complaint
ot the colonel could not certainly be
applied to this district. In addition
to the very efficient, artillery and rifle
corps in this city, application wss made I
by Lieut. Bonson for permission to
raise a highland regiment, and from
the people of Surrey and Chilliwhack
each to raise infantry companies; but
none of these application were allowed.
These facta seem to have escaped the
memory of Col. Holmes when he was
■•. rii inp his' report  j
season is estimated at 2,600,000 tons,
This is about 000,000 tons short of the
storing capacity, but enough for all
demauds,
W. B. Macdougall, until lately publisher of Weshivrd Ho, sends a letter
to the Five Frets in which he defends
himself against the accusations put forward by Dr. O'Brien.
Hon. Mr. Smithe stated in the
house the other day that a mail service would be established to fttanite
Creek. This intimation will be gladly
received by the public.
Mr. Jno. Musselwhite. has made arrangements to run a stage between
this oity and Uppor Sumas. The stage
loaves Sumas overy Thursday morning, aud, returning, leaves Browns*
villi! every Satnrilay morning.
Military Novelties.—The statement that bicycles were to be substituted for cavalry horses iu aome military operations was at first not unnat*
urally treated as a joke by most people.
Yet in the recent manoeuvres of the
Austrian   army, scouts mounted on
bicyolos and tricycles outdid cavalry
in endurance, and now the cycle is
formally ndopted in the Austrian military establishment    Another contri
Vance now iu full military use is the
balloon, which is adopted in nearly all
European' armies, while jn Germany
the aeronautic corps ic combined with
the railway Tin.-ade.     Pigeons, too, j
have become   parts of  the military
force in Germany and Franco, and to
a less extent in Russia, Italy, Spain
and Portugal.   In the two first-named
countries private homing clubs train
birds to supplement the military lofts,
and it is obvious that pigeon posts
may be very useful whero cotntnunica
tion by telegraph or signal ie interrupted.     Finally,  according to  Ihe
Hanoverian Courier, dogs are kept in
the yard of the barraoke at Goalar to
be trained for military purposes.   The
commander of the Fourth Army Oorpi
has ordered similar experiments in
other tjurrisuiiuJ  towns;   and   whon
sufficiently drilled aud set up, ilie
four legged recruits aro expectec to
accompany sentries on their beate,
and possibly to perform a service analogous to  thnt of  the geese whose
cackling saved Rome.— N. Y. Sun.
- - ..t--i-.ii——.— .-
New Goods.—First instalment of new
Spring goods juat arrived at Jas, Ellard
ft Co.'s   Call and examine.— Adv.
From firanlie Creek.
us when such an important matter
came up; to which he replied that he
did not consider it would alter things.
If he had raised his voice against the
clause he would at once have heen
accused of being in favor of Chinese.
He read the agreement between the
government and syndicate, and said he
believed it impossible for the government to change it subsequently.
Mr. Edmonds asked why the government did not mention a Chinese restriction clause in connection with the
branch when the question of the extension was first discussed, instead nf
leaving it till after the arrangements
had been made. It seemed to him the
whole legislature was dead against us.
Mr. Coulthard said he thought
everything had been settled and that
work had begun. What need we care
whether the work was dono by white
meu or Chinese! Our main object was
to get the road built and running with
the least possible delay.
Mr, Curtis scid he supposed the
mooting had been called to suggest
ways and means, and not to censure
individuals or corporations. Wc might
Cud fault for a mouth without arriving
at any conclusion that would help us.
It would be better to make some motion looking to a solution of the difficulty.
Mr. J. C. Armstrong said that while
different opinions misht prevail ob to
tho motives of those who were responsible for our present embarrassment,
we must take tne facts as they are and
make the most of the situation. He
thought the council should be empowered to make the best arrangements it
could for tbe immediate construction
of the nad.
Mr. Edmonds moved, seconded by
Mr. Armstrong: "That in the opinion
of this meeting the council should not
allow an extension of time for the completion of the work." This resolution
wu carried unanimously.
Mr. Bolo said our present position
was a serious one, but he was glad to
see that the citizens were unanimous
oil the question. He believed that
Vancouver interests had something to
do with late developments. We were
dealing with a syndicate always ready
to impose upon easy prey and accumulate wealth at the expense of every
community. He agreed with the sentiment of the meeting that no delay
ihould be permitted.
...   ..*           n i.  -'u','° i    s-    I arrive from all" ijuarters.   The
Attention is called to the advertise-1 n,,.t„ui- xTctl .*.   ■ —
Mr. Frank Boyce, of the Drisrd
House, Granite Creek, arrived down
on Monday night, He left the creek
Tuesday morning, and reached Hope
in 48 hours. With the exception of
about 7 miles on and abput the summit,
where the enow is from 4 to 6 feet
deep, tbe Hope trail is fn good condition for animals. Several claims were
being opened up when Mr. Boyce left,
and some were , taking but -good pay.
The Jews claim took out $M the Hrst
day, and the Homesuke claim, on (he
Tui-inr»n, tuok 8113, including a820
nu-jget., There Is no --now khuut the
creek, except iu the deep j.ulches, and
grass is grotving luxuviant Jy, - Building opVrntio-1'' continue brink. The
sawmill is at wo k, and although it
hasn't ... l- enough it is tuning out
frum 2000 to  500 feet per day.   Thi
*)„m.«-l   »•	
demand, hoi*
-ever, is very much* greater
than the supply.    Men continue to
ment uf the stallion "Prince Junior,
which  appears  in   another  column.
This fine horse took flr.it prize at tho
bat provinoial  exhibition, where he
was admired hy all who saw him.
From yesterday's despatches our
readers will learn that while they were
busking in summer heat aud sunshine,
tho .whole country from Chicago to the
Atlantic wss boing desolated by onu of
tho worst snow storms of the season
Henry Ward Beecher's earnings
during tho last forty years arc estimated as follows: Salary ns preacher,
1320,000; lecture fees, $240,000; sundry publications, 8100,500; wedding
fees, 850,000; incidentals, 840,000;
total, 8750,000.
For hospital supplies the following
tenders were accepted: Groceries, C.
McD'Hiough; bread, Mrs. Harvey;
milk, Jas- Punch; lish, Gregory ifc Co.;
meat and vegetables, Van Volkqnburg
A Co.; wood and coal, H. Elliott;
drugs, D. S. Curtis & Co.
The latest despatches seem to indicate that Gladstone's cabinet is going
to pieces op tlie Iridi i-uesiiun..;; This
ia greatly to bo regretted, for thine is
probably no British statesman so able
as Gladstone to framo and perfect a
successful scheme of homo rule fur Ireland.
HHoW are wo over goiug to get through
our spring ahd summer's work? Wa;
sre all run down, tired out beforo it begins." So say many a farmer's family.
We answer, go to your drugght and pay
five dollars for six bottles of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. This ia just the medicino you
nocd, and will pay compound interest on
the invest mutt.
Mintf W a Lnru^HunHtM Domi,
wrltlhg froni Burns, Ont., aays he'was
affected with chilblains which were very
aore and painful aud which nothing relieved until .he tried Hagyanl's Yellow ,
Oil; les« than one bottlo cured him, I
    ...a average
ui rivals uro probably about 25 a day.
Tho weather is splendid, and men can.
camp uut very comfortably. It will be
about'-thu 30th probably before the
claims arc opened out so aa tu show
the character of the ground, . Persons
going in with animals can have them
herded for $S per month, and there
are alao livery stables where they oan
be welt kept n    '
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Tbe Branch Hallway.
DISCUSSING TIE MW DML0MKWTI.
On Monday the Mayor received telegrams from Mr. Abbott and from Mr.
Orr, in whioh it appeared that through
the action'of the house in prohibiting
the employment of   Chinese on the
branch, the syndicate could not undertake to construct it until next year.
The matter was brought hefore tho
city council on Monday night, and it
was suggested that the city might still
secure tho construction of tho tend
this year by pitying a sum sufficient to
cover the additional cost of white labor,   This, it wis said, would amount
to about 97,500.   A telegram was sunt
to Montreal asking if the agreement
would be carried out in the event of
this being done.   Yesterday afternoon
a meeting to consider the situation
was held   in the council chambers.
There was a large attendance    The
mayor occupied the chair, and Mr. T.
J. Trapp was appointed secretary. After stating the object of the meeting,
and referring to  the action already
taken, the mayor asked for au expression of opinion.
Mr. Jas. Cunningham, M, P. l\,
said he did not know where Mr. Orr
obtained his information about tho
effect of the resolution. He was of
opinion that the government was bound
to pay the bonus notwithstanding this
Chinese clause. Mr. Edmonds asked
why Mr. Cunningham had not notified
Worth Rkmembekino. —In a long
letter from John Hall, of Baddick, Cape
Breton, N. S., he says: "I believe were it
not for Burdock Blood Bitters I should
be in my grave." It cured me of kidney
and liver complaint and general debility,
which had nearly proved fatal
Harder at OkanagoD.
By Telegraph.
Kamloops, Apr. 6.—Government
Agent Dewdney, of Priest's Valley,
brought in to-day by stage a prisoner
named John Phillips, who shot and
killed Hugh Armstrong near Okanagan
Mission. It appears Phillips and
Armstrong had a dispute over a bridle;
Armstrong afterwards went into Phil*
lip's houso with a club to deal Phillips
a blow, who was lying in bed with
rheumatism; Phillips seeing Armstrong
coming with a club gut his gun; when
Armstrong entered he (Phillips) shot
him through the heart, killing him instantly. _
Tliat Chinese Clause.
HOPE THAT THE BRANCH UNE WIU CO ON.
(Special totlio Columbinn.)
Victoku, April 6.—It is understood
that the C, P. tt. solicitors here re*
reived a telegram yesterday from Van
Horne, demurring to Beaven's Chinese
resolution with whioh the subsidy has
been saddled, unless an extension of
time be granted. The government intended asking legislative authority today to relax the time limit of the
agreement in order to meet the case,
but the opposition absolutely and obdurately refused tn consent to any
variation or modification of tbo agreement, and so the matter had to be
abandoned as nothing could now be
done without unanimous consent. It
is believed, however, that a way out
of tha difficulty will be found unless,
indeed, Van Horne desires a pretext
for delay or abandonment. Orr's
statement in the house that your
council imposed similar conditions in
respect to municipal bonus left no
other courso open lo the legislature
but to accept Beaven's mischievous
resolution,
PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE.
On Friday Mr. Dingwall proposed a
motion on tho Alaska boundary, which
was carried.   Mr. Orr moved his resolution on the removal of the capital.
He said the mainland contained a very
large amount of territory, and the railway would in all probability revolutionist trade centres.   From a military
point  of view, ulso, the capital nujjit
to be where it would he safe from
attack.   The resolution was seconded
by Mr. Semlin.   Mi, T. Davie could
not see whys committee should be
named to select the site wht-n the resolution was ao pointed, fur it wus evident the mover had frami-d it in regard
to the mythical city uf Vancouver, He
did nut think there would be many of
the opinion of hi* crack -brained friend
on tho  right   (Mr. Orr),   who,   he
thought, was very foolish tu invoke at
thia tune uncalled for sectional feeling.
As far as the location of the capital
went, it was evident that there waa uu
placo in the province for a capital like
Victoria with its surround uw of Esquimalt.   Hu moved   iu aineudmi'iit to
strike out all the words nfter "Capital
uf British Columbia" on thu 10th line
aud add, And whereas thu growth of
the city uf Victoria since the said revolution aud its present commercial im*
portauco  lime fully t*j.eni|>litird   the
wisdom uf the legislature in its choice,
Mr. Beaven said ihu change of situ
for the capital would involve a very
heaty outlay, and a proposition uf this
kind must emanate frum the govern*
cnent of thu day.    Thc resolution was
entirely out of order-Hiid he usked the
speaker's ruling.
Mr. Orr said tho previous removal
had been offeoted primarily by resolution uf two private members of the
legislature.
The Speaker aaid there was nu mention'in the terms of union which provided thst Victoria should be and m*
main the capital. On the other point
bethought the house could refer the
resolution (which was worded rather
unhappily, however,) tn a select committee if thoy so chose.
Hon. Mr. Smithe said, that if the
resolution had directly moved the removal of the capital he was inclined t<>
think that involving as it would havu
done an expenditure of money, it
would havo been out of ordor. Victoria was the most commercially accessible place In B.   C. -from Cassiar,
residents in the ( Rocky mountains
were glad enough tu come to Victoria.
No one in his senses would suggest a
change of capital,
Mr. Helgesen characterized tlie resolution as  absurd,   and   Mr.  Pooley
thought it was only calculated to revive that "horrid sectior.nl feeling.1'
Mr, Wilson paid a tribute to the beauties and attractions of Victoria, and
thought it waa made by nature expressly to be the capital.   Mr. Cunningham could see no good object in
bringing up a resolution like this to
revive sectional feeling.    He hoped
both resolution and amendment would
be withdrawn.   Hon, Mr. Rubson expressed regret that hiB honorable colleague should hnve  brought in this
resolution, us it was evident it would
not tond to promote the object it professed to aim at.   Indeed, it was to
be  feared  the contrary effect would
result, as it would only tend to arouse
sectional animosity without accomplishing any practical result.   Thu amendment, so adroitly moved by the second
member  for  Victorin oily  (Mr.   T,
Davio) would, if carried, seriously prejudice tho whole (jueBtion and place
mainland members in a false position,
and would really tond to defeat the
object  his  hoitoruble  colleague professed to liave iu view.    As  wealth
and population increased on the mainland   the   capital   would  inevitably
gravitate thither; but it was not hy
the untimely introduction cf such resolution!   that  the   object  wuuld  be
gained.   Ho hoped both the reaoldtion
and amendment would be withdrawn;
but, if pressed to a vote, he would
certainly support the resolution; but
he made an earnest appeal to honorable members to vote down the amend-
ment.
Hon. Mr. Davie hoped both resolution  and amendment would be withdrawn, as1 he could see no good in
either of them.   The action was entirely premature, and as far as hia constituents were concerned they did not
care whether the capital was at Viotoria, Vancouver or New Westminster,
lt  the capital were ever changed it
would certainly go east of the Cascades.   Mr..Grant also, thought both
resolution ahd amendment unwise, and
would certainly vote against tho resolution.   Mr, McLeesc referred to the
removal of the capital from New West-
minstef and the wrong that was then
done, and this was the beginning of
•sectional feeling.   Being a mainlauder
at heart, he would recoid his vote for
the resolution.   Mr. Dingwall thought
that the subject got worse the more it
was debated.   The day might oome
when the capital would be removed,
but he did. not think that any member
in the house would live to see if.   The
resolution waa simply one tu catch
votes.   Mr, Raybould   thought that
there was no necessity for the removal
of the capital.   Mr. Galbraith hoped
the resolution and amendment would
be withdrawn; if they were not, he
must vote for the resolution.   Mr. Orr
denied that he had any political object
in bringing the motion forward.   He
wanted to prevent the unnecessary expenditure of money until the question
of location had been permanently settled.   The motion was put and lost.
After some discussion ou the $300,-
000 loan bill it was passed by a vote
of fi to 17. The bill granting n sub
sidy to the Victoriu nnd Saanich Railway was passed, and also a few other
■bills weru carried to completion.
On Saturday Mr. Orr moved that
the estimates should he submitted during tbe second week in each session.
After an expression of opinion from
several   members   tho   motion  was
amended so as to read that the estimates should be submitted at as early
a date as possible, aud carried,   Hon.
Mr. Siyithc introduced a motion to
permit sharper curves on the island
railway than the railway act allowed.
This, he said, was dono at the request
of the Dominion government, whose
engineer hud reported very favorably
on the road.   In the course of the de- j
bate, Hon. Mr. Davie said the road
had already cost upwards of $2,000,000.
It was also explained that tho proposed
curves were not ns sharp as some on
tho C.P.R.   Speaking to the resolution Mr. Allen bore testimony to the
excellent character of the road.   He
had gone over many parts of the Canadian Pacific where a man's life was not
worth six bits [laughter], and so far
as the value of the lands given for the
island line was concerned he could say
with truth that there were scores of
farms    on    the   mainland    which
contained   more   agricultural   land
than alt'land of the same nature in*
eluded in  the island railway grant.
The motion was oarried.
Mr. Wilson moved that lhe sum of
$5,000 be set apart as a bonus ior the
discovery of a new gold mine, the
money not to be paid until half the
atnaeint had been taken for mining
records in thu vicinity. The motion
was ruled out. Mr. Beaven brought
up his bill forbidding all lawyers from
defending Chinese in case tho const i*
tutiiiimlity of the Chinese restriction
clauses were Brought into court. The
hit! wai laughed out uf thu house. Mr.
Orr's bill to prevent Chinese from
securiiiii mining rights w-is discussed,
and finally killed by thu six mouths'
hoist, Mr. Orr himself toting fur the
hoist! Hun. Mr. Smithe announced
that ho hnd recuived a telegram from
Ottawa stating that arrangements had
beun made fm- carrying a mail to Gran*
itu Oreek, and n p'inimaster had been
appointed,   A vi-ii' wa* taken on
Dominion Estimates.
The following are the estimates of
Dominion expenditure in British Columbia for the yoar 1880-7, na shown
by tho official blue book.
Public Debt—Investment of dividends, $15,445.32.
Charges of   management—Country
savings bank, Now Brunswick, Nova
Scotia, and British Columbia, $10,000.
Civil Government—Salaries of Lieut.
Governor, 80,000.
Ad mi niu t rut ion of Justice—Circuit
allowances, 30,000; salary of chief justice, $5,820; salary of one puisne
judge, $4,850; salary of three puisne
judges, at $4,000 each, $12,000.
Penitentiaries— New Westminster,
$46,971.25.
Immigration—Agent nt Victoria,
salary, $1,000.
Quarantine— Inspecting physician,
$1,000; steward, $400; contingencies,
$500.
Pensions-Capt. P. J. Hnnkin, Into
colonial secretary, $2595.50; Stipendi-.
ary magistrates or county court judges,
A. F. Pemberton, $1022.10; H. M.
Ball, $2200.50; E. H. Saunders, $1,-
999.92; and W. H. Spalding, $1022.1G.
Militm- Pay and maintenance of
"A," "B,! and -*C" Batteries, schools
of artillery, at Quebec, Kingston and
Victoria, $172,700.
Canadian Pacific Railway—Expenditure iu British Columbia, $350,000;
L. K. Jones, services as private secretary to chief engineer, C. P. R., $100.
Esquimalt Graving Dock—Amount
required to complete, $45,000.
Public Works—B. C. Penitentiary,
$50,000: Vancouver quarantine station and outbuildings, $5,600; general
repairs and improvements, harbors aud
rivers, B. C, $2000; dredging, $15,-
000; removal of Dredger rock, Victoria harbor, $8600.
Mail Subsidies—Steam service between the U. S. and Victoria, $17,040,
Lighthouse and Coast Service—Salaries and allowances, B. C, $7500; H.
G. Lewis, agent, $1600; clerical assistance, $250; messenger, $120; contingencies, $430,
Fisheries — Salaries and disbursements of fishery overseers unci ward-;
ens 64000, I
Subsidies—Amouut of estimate for
atl provinces including British Columbia, 83,964,015.75,
Indian Affairs—For Indians of H. C.
generally, $31,030; for Burvey, $11,-
837; reserve commission, $9,500.
Miscellaneous—To provide for the
administration of the Chinese immigration act, including remuneration to
customs oflicers, $4,000.
Collection of Revenues—New Westminster Customs  House—Permanent
salaries, $8,404; daily wages and extra
service, $1600; .office rents aud contingencies, $900; total, $10,!-04.   Victoria Custom House—Permanent salaries, $16,596; daily wages and extra
servico, $1,200; office rents aiiJ contingencies,  $1,200;    total,   $18,990.
Nanaimo Customs House-Permanent
salaries, $2,200; daily wages and extra
service, $600; office rents and contingencies, $100; total, $2,900.
Telegraph lines, B. C, $34,500.
Post Office.—-Railway mail service,
$20,000; steamboat and sailing craft
service, $34,000;  ordinary land conveyance service, $36,000; mail bags,
mail locks, -fa.- $600; total, $90,000.
Salaries of B. 0. Inspector's division,
Inspector, $2,000; second class clerks,
$2,150; third olass clerks, $800; railway Grot class clerk, $960; second clnss
clerk, $800; railway third class clerks,
$2,400; postmaster, Victoria, $2,400;
second class clerks, Victoria, $2,850;
third   class clerks, Victoria, $2,440;
messenger, Victoria, $400; night duty
and mileage allowance to railway mail
clerks, $4,000;  remittances  to-post*
masters for balances of salary, $500;
provisional allowance on salaries, $5,-
326; total salaries, $27,026.
Miscellaneous, travelling charges and
expenses of Inspector nnd othor officers on duty, $600; stationery, printing and advertising, $1,000; manufacture of postage stamps, post cards,
envelopes nnd port bands, $800; hand
stamps for post marking, $100; transit postage to thu U, S., $200; miscellaneous charges nnd equipment, $000;
total $3,330. Total post office appropriation for B. O., $120,926.
Dominion Lands.—Agent, $2,600;
clerks, $5,940; caretaker, $120; contingencies, $2,000.
Westminster will submit peaceably to be
made the scape-goat for Victoria and
Coal Harbor. Decidedly, no; they will
bring their representative and the government to a strict account for their
duplicity in this matter, nnd make them
know and feel they are net all powerful.
J. E. Lord.
The Flouring Mil).
Editor Coi-rMiiiAS.-- I deeply sympathize witli the Surrey people as to the
necessity of a good flouring mill.   The
benefits arising from such a mill would
be very great, to the province hi general,
and to the farmers iu this section in particular.   But in the effort to secure the
manufacture of flour in our midst It is
the part of wisdom to look very thoroughly at the obstacles, liabilities, and
probabilities    that  may  arise.    Tliese
tiling-) are supposed to have been well
considered by those specially interested
in thc movement.   Ami while I would
not on any consideration discourage the
enterprising citizens of Surrey, I cannot
avoid very serious fears as to the plan
proposed.   As other municipalities are
desired to financially encourage the undertaking I make free to express some
thoughts nnd fears for consideration, for
I should feel extremely sorry to see disappointment, failure, Iosb, and discouragement result.   And I cannot see how
it could possibly be avoided in the event
of thc proposed plan being carried out.
1 strongly fear that in five yoars, more
or leas, the property could be bought for
one half the cost or leas.   1 am uot a
"milling expert," having owned only a
small custom mill;  but I will give my
views of n mill that I think would be a
safe investment, if properly located.   To
say that small mills cannot and do not
make good dour ia utterly false, and unworthy of consideration.   I will give a
few brief   thoughts   on the buildings,
engine, machinery, annual depreciation of
a complete custom mill, importance of a
wheat drier, coat of manufacture, and
thc importance of a good location.   My
principal thoughts on these points I will
as briefly us possible embody iu my next.
Wm. Kent.
full scheme intact, Cabinet councils *■«
to be held Monday and Tuesday, und the
climax will be reached on Tuesday. Ministers themselves admit that an agreement seems improbable, Mr. Gladstone
may make his statement on Thursday
without the approval of tho minority of
bis cabinet.
G-mtmaa, Mex., April 5.—The steamer Attala brings news of a large anti-
Chinese demonstration, ending in a riot,
at Mazatlan, March 28th. Wheu the
Bteamer Romero Rubic was coming in
port she was erroneously reported to ba
tfie steamer Sardonyx, which it was
known had 600 Chinese on board. An
immense mob formed on the wharf, and
after the mistake was explained paraded
the streets, crying "Down with the Chinese," The police were unable to disperse them. An attack was made on the
Chinese houses, breaking doors, windows
and furniture. There was no blood ahed,
as the Chinamen fled from town. Troops
have beeu sent for, anticipating more
trouble when the Sardonyx arrives.
A Wide Ra&gb.-A wide range of
painful affections may bs met with Hagyard's Yellow Oil. James W. Lawson,
of Woodville, Out,, speaks of it in high
terms for rheumatism,lame back, sprains,
and many painful complaints toe numerous to mention. It is used internally or
externally. J
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A Valuable Fikd.—James Alexander
Sprotil, of Orangeville, aays he has found
Uurdock Blood Bitters to be the best
medicine ho ever took for kiduey complaint, with which he was long suffering.
He declares B.B.B. without a rival.
ATOTlffli
YESTERDAnjISPATCHES.
Chjcaqo, April ti,-—A heavy snow
storm accompanied by high winds resulted En practically cutting off all telegraphic
communication between the weat and
New York. The storm centre ia near
Buffalo, and extends north into Canada
and south coverinj* Cleveland, Pittsburg,
Detroit, Cincinnati, and even south of
the Ohio river. While the stoppage
appeared to be complete to New York
up to 11 this morning, telegraph officials
expressed a belief that it would only be
temporary. The wires are working satisfactorily to the west snd north-west.
. NEWS FROM AU PARTS QF THE WOIU.
Lokdon, April 2.-Sir Horace Rum-
bold, British minister to Greece, has
been ordered to join with the other foreign diplomatic representatives at AthcnB
in sending to the Greek government a
final strong remonstrance against Greece's
warlike   attitude.    This  remonstrance
will be tantamount to an ultimatum, and i .-— --- "-""""Ii  'T"*!   **™"'*r__*"_
if Greece ignores it the foreign fleet will I »«»»•* ™tn] ^ti* *° ™ <*»•■*
Lo.hdojc, April C—The cabinet met at
noon to-day and remained in session
until 3 o'clock, Gladstone laid before
his ministers his Irish home rule scheme.
It is reported that a discussion which
followed resulted in a continued ministerial opposition to certain features ef
the premier's proposals. The earl of
Kiinberly, Childers, Sir Vernon Har-
court, and Mr. Mundella are, it is said,
as much opposed as even to that feature
which surrenders control of customs in
Ireland. As Gladstone remains firm,
theae ministers, rumor says, will resign.
Sir H. Ponsonby, private secretary to
the queen, was sent by her majesty this
afternoon to confer in her behalf with
Lord Hartington, leader of the Whigs in
tbe commons. The interview lasted a
long time. Afterwords the Marquis of
Salisbury had a long private conference
with Hartington.
Detroit, April 6.—Present storm is
undoubtedly the wont experienced in
this state for many years.   Early this
.Milliliter,
Columbian Hospital
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THI
fcutaiiiitas will be lurid ut lliu ctfij
01! Clljlnber, ut I o'clook p. ra. on »»».
Report., Election of DlrtroUmi, Sn:
By onler of the Director.,
w. h. keAby,
N.wVe.trnln.to,Aprl|Hgtareto.*5lil
Business Notice I
SiiK ti * Jolm ^Id, und gives notice
S&itfLBTO1 ndo-Acd toB bim must
KavH^W0" or Mo™ llio First
i <Mus,,I!*vxt' Ali '"'counlfl unpaid at that
leeior.     "e ,,laeei1"' tlie "anus of * oo"
np3m!
W. U. I-HWIS.
act forthwith. All the foreign squadi
in the waters of Greece are beimr has
reinforced,
Greece are being hastily
Whoop it up.--I'robably one ot the
most difficult complaints to doctor is
is whooping cough. When treated by
ordinary means the poor victim is left to
whoop it up as best he can. Hagyard's
Pectoral Balsam gives relief in thia ai
well aa in all throat, bronchial, and lung
troubles.
Communications.
Port Moody stage.
Drake's mot iim lu exhtnd tho suffrage
to woniuti, which whs Inat on the ful*
hiwiiig division: Ayes, Drake, Cunningham, ttobsoo, Duck, Itaybnuld,
Dunsmuir, Grant, ()-iIbt*»ith--8. Noes,
Smithe, Th»--. Davie, A. E. H. Davie,
Allen, Pnoley, Cowan, McLeese, H--1*
go*ni, McTavish, Wilson, Juhn- 11.
Mussr-*, Suniliiiand Dingwall declined
tu vote. Before winding up (he busi
ness uf tho session Mr. Oallirtith ntbi -
ed a vote of thanks to thu Speaker for
the fair sod impartial manner ill which
he had discharged the duties ut' his
ollice during the sessi'-fi. The motion
was eiiilurst'd by Hon. Mr. Smitho in
it complimentary speech. After u reply from S|n*iiki'i- Mum, lhe house
adjourned till Tuesday (yesterday),
when it wns prorogued.
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Nbak Starvation'--} Door. Mrs. N.
W. Whitehead, of Nikon, wss a chroni.-
sufferer from dyspepsia and livor eoni-
phtint, and was scarcely able, to take the
most nimpln nourishment. Kveii a swallow of water caused great distress. Two
bottles tif Jlnrdwk Blood Rlttera cured
her, when all else failed.    .She heartily
Editor Columbian.—In your issue of
the Srd inst. thero is n complaint by Mr.
Justice Walkem of the stnge service between this city ami Port Mooily. Now,
for th?'information of Mr, Justice Walkem ami others, let me sny that it was
only ono line that he hail thin experience
with, ami an accident might happen to
the mo.it careful, But let mo say that I
run a remilai mail sta-^c to Port Moody,
all conducted after the most careftil manner, (sometimes colled the Blue Ribbon
line), i-iiinliiy none but tlii' bust of team*
stei-x, thoroughly torn-.--irate, and reliable
in their iiifoitniition to Btraugers. We
uie no ha)ky liorscs, nml treat them kindly so they work with n will; nnd our
lights never burn out. 1 say this with
no rell'-ction upnu my neighbor, Mr.
Wise'-, stiigc, hut to show that thu trouble wii.1 not caused hy my teamster or
■'onik'-it-'l with him; for lie has not had
Bti oiScitluiiti or break on the ro;id since
we begtu) ciHTying the mail to I'ort
Moody. So we still claim public ooiili*
deuce on the Blue .Ribbon lino.
. W. R. Austin.
Wall Anotlier Year.
KtU'i'i'ii Columbian.—People of New
Westminster, yon are called on by your
paternal government to wait nnother
year before your branch railroad Is commenced, They say the waiting will not
injure you, aud is necessary for the very
tinancial existence of a majority of Inmi-
townera .in Vancouver. They say thia
Chinese clause in tho subsiuy grant is
only a llimsy excuse whioh they are sure
we wilt see through, ami will give the
foverimiont credit lor their shrewdness,
'hey say the opposition of a small number iu New Westminster to Chinese
being employed on the branch was playing into their hamlB, and gave tlicm
more courage to. such conditions. But,
citizens Bay our tricky government has
put on thc last straw and broke the
camel's back, the government has given
tho last aero of Und away, and all for a
sop, tlu , have wasted the dry-dock refund and none benefited; they have given
(1,000 acres of land to syndicate to build
extension to Coal Harbor; they also give
to Island railway $750,000 -without condition as to Chinese labor, and yet the
8 mile branch to' New Westminster con
receivo n grant of $37,">O0 only on con*
ditions—-no Chinese labor. Is it reason
able to suppose that the citizens of New ,
London- April 2.—A great mass meet-
inq is being held this afternoon in Guild
hall to protest against the granting of a
parlinment to Ireland, Thr lord mayor
presided. Sir Johvt Lubbock, Liberal
member of parliament for Loudon university moved thc adoption of a resolution condemning Gladstone for hia intention of handing Ireland over to Parnell,
whom he had previously denounced. At
every mention of Mr. Parnell's name the
audience hissed. The name of the premier was treated iu thc same way every
time any speaker used it. There were
cries of "Gladstone is a lunatic." All
the speeches were intensely patriotic and
the speakers were loudly cheered, Mr,
George Potter ventured to propose an
amendment to Lubbock's resolution to
the effect that Mr. Gladatone was entitled
to the confidence of the audience and the
British public; but his voice was drowned by groans and cries of "Go home,"
"Turn him out," Tho meeting closed
with three cheers for the Queen, after
which the assemblage left the hnll singing "Utile Britannia."
London, April 2.--Gladstone ia riding
straight for a fall. The Pall Mall Gazelle declares this afternoon he refuses to
modify hia Irish scheme and the result
will be that thc country will neither
have homo rule iu Ireland nor Gladstone,
The Gazelle announced in the same way
precisely that Salisbury would ride for a
fall at the time the Tory premier was arranging fer- bis own defeat, though
the editor has special knowledge that
Gladstone, being convinced of the
good policy of his Irish proposals, and
that the Tories and Radicals have determined to defeat them, means to force
the matter to an issue and bring about
the defeat as soon as possible.
London, April 3,— Mr, Gladstone's
voice is again caueiug him aome anxiety,
and he has gone to the country to spend
two or three days for the purpose of recuperating, Hia physicians have Impressed upon him that he must reserve
his energies if he wishes to speak in the
house of commons on Thursday next,
when his anxiously expected statement
regarding Irish govornment is to be
mnde. Another cabinet council will be
held Tuesday. The university race is
everywhere pronounced the grentest
over pulled on the Thames since the
dr-ail he-ib of 1877. The length of the
emirso Was four miles nnd a quarter.
The time maile hy Cambridge was ^-2:2!1J,
the tougfjitj occupied iu any of the university races since the contest of 1877.
Tlie tide was poor nnd the race was
r-'wed against strong head winds almost
the whole Way. These facts sufficiently
explain the time. In view of tlio continuous hard pulling by thn crews the
men of both boats wen; very much ex-
houatotl at thc finish, Thc Oxford boat
was stoved badly*
Kurt Worth, Tvx., April 3.—At ten
o'clock this morning fifteen hundred
people iioininhled iit the Missouri Pacific
de-mi to sue Sheriff Maddox send out a
train which he said lust niuht he would
do or die in the attempt. At 11 o'cloek
an engine with 20 armed deputies backed
into the yard to toko out a train of 20
cms. When ready the train pulled out
for the south, and when it reached New
Orleans eiofisiiig, two miles south of this
city, Sherltr Maddox and pnrty were
attacked. At 12 o'clock u regular battle
ciism-d. Three deputies were shot to
piece'* and scvernl of tho strikers arc
supposed to hnve lu eu killed. The names
of deputies wounded arc Charles Sneed,
J. V. Fulfonl, nnd Dl-ik Townsend.
Sneed will die.
A later special from Fort Worth saya
citizens arc arming on all sides, and a
fight is now going on between the strikers ami fifty mounted police. The strikers arc well armed with Winchesters,
aud everything ia in an extremely feverish condition. Several hundred merchants are now marching down Main street
toward tho scene of the conflict, which
Jh still in progress, and all are armed
with Winchester rifles and shotguns.
Seven men are now dead snd a number
arc wounded, Gun stores are closed and
are under guard.
cars have been made. The snow drifted
so rapidly that it became Impossible to
keep the track clear, and cars wen
snowed up at various points ou nearly
all lines in the city. One or two lines
refused to try their strength with the
elements, and their cars are safely
stabled. Traffic is almost entirely suspended, and It is extrem ly difficult to
navigate the streets in any manner. At
10 o'clock signal service reported 14
inches on the level, and at noon blinding
sheets of snow were still interfering
with pedestrians. The entire smtthei-n
part of the state is covered with #uow.
It is announced by signal service that
the storm will continue through to-night.
Telegraph business is much delayed or
stopped entirely. Dispatches from all
along the coast report the tides as unus
ually high. In a number of places wre.k-
age ia reportod aa coming ashore and the
sea running very high. The stranded
steamer Golden City was badly broken
up by the storm of last night and is rapidly going to pieces. The Jersey meadows and lowlands along the Hudson are
covered with water. Advices from the
interior nf the State show many localities
blocked by land slides and washouts.
Country roads are reported impassable.
-SSSSSSSSSZS
Tbe Perfection
Of the age in tbe medical line is the liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs, manufactured only by the California Fig Syrup
Co., San Francisco, Cal. It is agreeable
to the taste, acceptable to the stomach;
harmless in its nature, painless yet
prompt and thorough in ita action. For
sale by Messrs. V. 8. Curtis k Co., New
Westminster. mh20ml
The famous cedars of Lebanon are
taken care of by the authorities. There
are 397 of them—twenty-two more
than in 1810, and 373 more than in
1073, when they were oountod by the
German botanist, Ramrolff.
Johnston & Smith.
•KTE, THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING
VV sold our Business, known as the
"Pacific Carriage Works," Columbia St.,
New Westminster, B. C, to Messrs, Held
& Currie, wish to tlinnk the general public
for their liberal patronage, and hope they
will still extend the same to the new firm.
AU accounts which huve not been ar*
ranged for muat be settled on or before
the 10th of April, 1886, aa business must be
closed at un early dnte.
apsis Johnston a smith.
Merchant's Exchange
MERCHANT'S SQUARE,
Columbia St.,     New Westminster,
THE RESTAURANT AND SLEEPING
apartment--- uro unWf-i-^lie manege*
ment of Mr. umi Mrs. J. A, Held, whose
long experience Is a sufficient 'guarantee
lo the publie,
Board uml lodging by the dny, S1.00; hy
the week, Dti. .Single meals, 2a ets". Meals
at all reasonable hours.
Tho house Is well fitted up and very comfortable.   eerXo Chinese employed.
  mhaotc
AFTER DINNER.
Persons wbo suffer front Indigestion
ean arrest the progress of that painful
malady by the uso of an after-dinner
pill, so composed that It wilt give tone
to the stomach, prevent lieartburu, rouse
tbe liver to healthful actiou, invigorate
(hs kidneys, nnd thus, through the activity
of these orguus, promote the natural
movement of the stomach and bowels.
Ayer's Pills nn) so compounded thnt
their action, though mild, effectually pro*
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curing Constipation, remove the eauso of
Biliousness, Liver Complaint, Kidney Disease, Khcumutism. imi many other serious
ailments.
AYER'S PUIS
contain no mineral nor poisonous substance, uml do not gripe unless the
bowels arc irritated, und even then their
influence is healing. To continue their
effect In loiistiputeil or chronic enst-R, thev
need only lie taken in diminishing Instead
of hirreusiiig doses. For seamen, nud Inhabitants or travelers hi sparsclv settled
countries where physicians arc not at
hand, they are of fnestimnbte value.
There is hardly a sickness they will not
alleviate, and in most coses cure, It taken
promptly. To young tflrls just entering
upon womanhood, and to women whoso
period of maternity is drawing to a close,
Ayer's Pills, In moderate d-res, merely
sufficient to ensure regular action of the
bowels, will bs found of
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Sold by all Druggists.
No Moderation!
No Botheration!
F. KIMBLE,
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For Sale!
To Farmers, Milkmen and
Ponlto-H-M'
"RICE MEAL," for fattening Stock
of all kinds.
"CHIT MCE," invaluable to Poultry Kaisers.
fo20ni3]    VICTORIA RICE MIU, STORE ST.
WILL CURE OR RELIEVE
iiuousucss,      Dizziness,
Qt- FkV-'S CHURCH service, ev-
Q ery Sunday at 11 A. M. and 7 p. n. In
the Rectory Hall, St. John street, below
Royal avenue. Seat*, tree, all are formally Invited. Sundav School at 2.JK) p.m.
DYSPEPSIA,
INDWESTION,
JtUHDiCE.
EHYSIPEUS,
SUT IIHEUil,
HEAPTBVHH,
HEADACHE,
And every ipe-l-
di.ord.rod Llvi .
UOW-i
wpsy,
fLUTTERIlia
OF THE HEART
tCWITY OF
THE STOMACH
OR'/!: ESS
CF THE SKIN,
fl'l'r-">s-i arl.l-rp: froir
IJ J...VO,   bTuMAOH.
i ISH   LLOJD.
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SPECIAL DESPATCHES.
London, April 4.—Tho breaking up of
the I'filiinct is imminent. Lord Kiinberly,
Sir William Hnrcourt, Hon. Mr. Childers, and Mr. Mnmlella have refused to
dive their consent to any homo rule mea-
suro giving Ireland control of ths customs, and threaten to resign if such a
mensure is insisted on hy Mr. Gladstone.
Mr. Morloy demands a modification of
Mr. Gladstone's plans for buying out
landlords, Mr. Gladstone, however, remains inflexible, and will maintain his
MKTHODIST CHURCH, Mary St.
Re-?. O. Watson, Pastor, Services al
ro.and7p.m. Sunday Sehool and
Bible Olass 2:80 p. ni. Prayer Meeting on
Thursdays Rt 8 p. no. SeAtsfree-Htrimi-eni
cordially invited. je7-U\
/-Illl-KCH or ENGLAND, St. Mary's,
\j Sapperton. 8ervloes,Sandays,lU.m„
.IM,and7p.m. Thtir8dBys,7.30p.m. Dally,
8.;» a. m., 6,80 p. m. Holy Communion,
Sundays, 9 a.m., except 2nd Sunday In the
montli.   All seats free. inhfljc
pAFTIST CHVRCH-Rev. Itobl. Len-
D nle pssUir; meet* in the Court Kohup.
Services at ll a.m. and 7r.M, Sabbath
School and Bible Class at 2.10 P.M. Pray*
er Meeting Thursday erenini U Uo'cloelt.
StrsAfanoofdlally invited.
aplltc
vmoir LODGE tu. 9, A. V.
* A. M.—Tho regular Communications of this lodge are
.    . held on the first Monday In eawh
mouth. Sojourning brethren are cordial*
ly Invited toattand l\ WILSON,
f«23-tc Secretary,
Ai
HURRAH
IWTHEjillS!
PARTIES EN ROUTE FOR
GRANITE CREEK
SHOULD LOOK AT THE
-^-Retail Price List or Goods
-AT-
HOPE.
BEFORE PURCHASING IN VICTORIA.
BACON ■""*,,
BEANS ■  ,
SUGAR.	
FtOl'Rpcma-lt	
STRAP PICKS..
 Uio Mull, per Hi
 .'...S otll pur III
 WtoRrtK. per Hi
 •/'•'...: ..•!.•-
...eneli JJVOI
WASHOE PICKS with handle *M0
AXES..... Jl.BO In 11.75 ench
SHOVELS .11.28 to J1.SO cull
PBESHEIl OOT.11 PANS II.OO eaoli
Olhor OikkI. nt Hie irniiio LOW RATE8
atwiiyn on IiiiihI. a i.t.
2"mli2m JAMES WAI*r>T*t. PROVINCIAL JEOISUTURE.
On Wednesday the Vancouver tramway bill waB thrown out, and the electric lijiht bill wnB amended and passed
through committee. In asking leave
to withdraw the Sumas dyking nmend-
ment bill Mr. T. Davie said tie was
convinced from what had been snid in
tho house thut if amended at all it
would be amended in such a way as lo
make matters infinitely worse for the
settlers. Mr, Orr in moving the second
reading af the bill to amend the municipalities act, said he proposed to obviate the necessity of having municipal
by-laws published in the Gazette.
Hon. Mr. Robsun thought the hardship was not vory groat, because bylaws were inserted at half rate, which
wus vory low. Besides, the publication was valuablo inasmuch as a copy
of the by-law thus published was accepted as an authorised copy in courts
of law, Hon. Mr. Davio and Mr.
Drake also opposed tho change and tho
resolution was withdrawn. In reference to the license clauses, Hon. Mr.
Ilobaou moved that all table licences
be issued by thu licenso court. He
snid ho believed in local option as the
1't-rit means of dealing with the liquor
traflic, and in some places the possession of a table license was too often
mnde the cloak under which the law
was systematically broken, Hon. Mr.
Davio nml Messrs. T. Davie, McLuese.
and others, spoke against the proposal,
which was lost on a division. Mr.
Cunningham again proposed to prevent
liquor selling on Sunday, but was voted
down, Mr. T, Davie opposed the appointment of chief or assistant engineers by the council, And it was decided to have a uew clause framed in relation to that point.
On Thursday the debate ou tho estimates was resumed by Mr. McLcese,
speakiny to thc amendment- of Mr.
(■albraitb, which practically amounted
to iv motion of want of confidence. Mr.
Beaven followed, and said that the
chiof commissioner had been guilty of
Pat In ..Court.
yruut   impropriety  in  changing  thc
agreement with  the syndicate so as to
throw upon the government the onus
of resisting thc squatter's claims. Hon.
Mr. Smithe said the claims of all bona
tide squatters had been satisfied. Both
Mr. Van Horne and Mr. Beatty were
satisfied  that   no bona fide -squatter's
claim existed, but it wua  one thing
to   bo   satisfied  themselves and another  to  satisfy other persons, and
they had   insisted  upon tho govori-
ment    assuming    the   responsibility
of defending the title to the land.   If
this had been refused, ue believed thc
syndicate   would  not havo accepted
the agreement, and the province would
have lost a very large sum of money
on account of prospective land Bales.
In a   ew months the whole 15,000
acres    / government lands pn Knglish
Bay would be Bold, and the figures
realized would undoubtedly bu large.
As a matter of fact there were no existing ulanns,  legal  or otherwise,  of
squatters to these lands.    After further debate a vote wns taken on Mr.
Oalbrailh's amendment (want of confidence) which resulted iw follows: Ayes,
Beaven,   Galbraith,   Semliti,   Grant,
Helgesen, 'MdL'ee—0.    Noes, Smithe,
Robson, Duck, A. E. B. Davie, Dingwall, Dunsmuir, Allen, Wilson, Cunningham, Drake, Raybould, Orr, .John,
McTavish, Pooley, Cowan—Hi.
Hon. Mr. Smithe presented a loan
bill authorizing a loan of 8300,000.
The proposal waa considered to grant a
bonus of $7,000 for tho erection and
maintenance of smelting works in the
province. The proposal mot with general approval. A bill wns introduced
to grant $5,000 a year to the Victoria
and North Saanich Railway. Mr.
John hoped this subsidy would be increased to §7,000. Mr. Galbraith
wanted to know if the people of that
district would forego their annual appropriation for roads and bridges in
consideration of this subsidy, to which
Hon. Mr. Smithe replied that they
would give up part of it. Mr. Semlin
opposed the subsidy as the work was
one of purely local benefit. Hon. Mr.
Robson favored the bill.
Richmond Council.
Council met Saturday, April  3rd.
Present—M. Clarke (reeve), and councillors Daniels, Quigloy, London and
Kilgour.   A communication was read
from- Hon. W. Smithe, chief com. of
lands nnd works, acknowledging re*
ceipt of communication from the coun*
cil respecting application for a sum of
money to be placed on the estimates
for the purpose of building bridges.
On motion,   the communication was
recoived and filed.   A communication
was also read from D. Woodward, offering to construct a 10-foot ditch on
cast side of road near his place, about
I7-| chains, for the sum of $30; communication recoived and oiler accepted,
work to bo under superintendence of
board   of   works.     Communications
woro also received from T. D. Lindsay, requesting permission to put a
floodgate in ditch nenr his place, and
also requiting thc council to widen
the trunk road in front of his residence;
requests granted, subject .to instructions from board of works.   A petition
from W. D. Ferris and other was road,
asking the council to gazette und open
road between ranges 4 and 5 west; petition roceivod and clerk instructed to
inform petitioners that the road is already gazetted and that further consideration of the petition is laid over.
Coun. London for tho board of works
reported Dougherty o_ Co.'s contract
on road 0 progressing and recommenced payment of $70 on the same; *e
port adoptod and voucher urdcrc'. ti
he made out for  tho amount.   Thi
board nf worka further reported liav
iug let the tilling iu at the bridges
over McDonald's and Lee's sloughs to
Mr.  Peterson for   818,  and at the
bridgo over Green's slough for 82750;
report adopted. On motion, the board
of works were authorized to have the
lino of road near Mr. Quigloy's widefi-
•d; also to put in a, flood-box at the
end of road ditch nt said place, and to
put the outlet to ditch near wharf at
southeast end of trunk rnad In proper
repair   The returning officer reported
the Indemnity bylaw carried by tho
vote, of tho electors and, on motion,
the bylaW was reconsidered and ndopted.   The trades license bylaw was also
reconsidered   and   adopted, and thu
fiitther consideration of the loan bylaw
was laid over till next meeting. Coun.
Daniels gavo notice that at next meeting of counflir he woujd intruduco a
revenue bylaw for 18$0.   Council adjourned till first Saturday in May.
 .—        Sip	
Hie terrible increase of cancer is
shown by tho report of Ihe governors
of Hie Cancer Hospital in London,,
from whioh It appears that the number
of new patients admitted during the
last year wm 1,018. of which 623 were
in and 906 out patients, repretf nting
an increase of 22 and 38 per cent, respectively, over the numbers in the
year 1884,
I'ati-lck Flnunlgnn   Cloys Hit- Learned
Judge m Mi Ilie Smooth Slnne* «f
His Common Sense l,nglr.
"Patrick Flau'nigan," aaid tho district attorney one day ill court, "stand
up and plead guilty ov not guilty to
the charge preferred ngainst you."
When Pat had complied with the
polite request thus made by the officer
of the law, the attorney proceeded to
read from a paper in his hand a very
graphic description of a certain transaction in whicli Pat had been engaged
a fow days before.
"What say youj Are you guilty or
not guilty?" asked tho attorney.
•'I am not guilty of half thim things
yo've read to ine,'1 said Pat, looking at
the court; ''but I did have a bit of a |
row lost Saturday was a week, »n' I '■
duniio jist vat I did, fer yor see I was
staving drunli, en thu meanest com
whisky yer honor ever tasted."
"But, Patrick, we novel' taste it,"
said thc judge, while a smile lurked in
ambush behind the gravo judicial
countenance. ..
"Sure, uow, don't ye though ?" said
Pat, with a look uf mingled surprise
and incredulity—"don't yo though?
Well, thin, ye ought to jist once, to
know how the crather sets, nu' to
know how to pity a poor fellow that
does. Sure, yer honor grants licenses
an' how do ye know the mischief yor
iloiu' to honest men like mesilf unless
ye take a drink now an' thin—jist to
see bow it makes a man behave his
solf."
"Who gave you the liquor, Pat
rick ?" asked the court, on a voyage of
diacovery.
"Well, I du nno vat's his name,"
said Pat, too honest to turn infoimor,
while a gleam of true native humnr
twinkled in his eye. "But I know I
seed license hangin1 feruiust the bar.
Yo see, judge, I was wroughtin' for
tho city on the streets, jist close by,
an11 was drougthy, an' it was bo handy
I whit in an' took a drink' that orient
to 've hurt a baby, an' in tin seconds I
was ornzy drunk—un1 I dreamt I was
at a Donnybook fair; an' that's all I
remiinber till nixt mornin', whin I
waB boardin' at Sheriff Ryan's hotel."
"But,11 said the court, "you are
charged with perpetrating an aggravated assault und battery on Mr. 8., the
hotel keeper,"
"Well, yer honor," said Pat, "if I
did I only gin him back jist vat's in
his own whisky, an'if yer honor had*
ii I gin him a license I wouldn't 've
got the drink, an'if I hadn't'vo got
the drink 1 wouldn't 've bin drunk,
uu' if 1 hadn't bin drunk I wouldn't
've got into the fight, an' if I hadn't
've got into the fight I wouldn't :ve
bin here Ibis mornin1 anyhow."
This waB a process of reasoning uew
to the court.   It waa self-evident truth
dressed in plain clothes.   Good, c -iii-
nion sense and   unanswerable logic.
Thus  Pat   slow   thc learned   judyo.
Many of the worst criminals in this
world nro not punished,   The legislature is far more criminal tlinu the
salouii-keeper, and the saloon-keeper
than his victim, aud  the people more
criminal than all others from the simple fact tliat the legislature is of their
own creation. There are many pcr-idii*
dressed in a christian garb who are
comparatively tenfold inore inconsistent;  mora heartless,  and   therefore
moro criminal, than many a saloonkeeper.   I cannot join in the denunciation pi all saloon-keepers, to the exclusion of others who aro equally, and
some moru, guilty than  they.    Tu all
our judgments uf each  other, let us
judge as nearly as   possibly us God
himself   judges.    The principles by
which tie is guided we may find plainly
recorded in the Biblo.   He would not
put into the chaingang a poor fellow
who sells a bottle of whisky to an Indian and let the defaulter (thief) who
has stolen hundreds or thousands of
dollars go Scot-free, or whnt in many
cases  amounts  to  the  same  thing.
When shall we as a free people view
things in their true light, act impartially towards crime without regard to
tbe person, and seo to it that our legislature enact only righteous laws, require that our judges impartially administer them and that they themselves strictly respect the moral law.
When shall this social and civil millennium come?   When the majority of a
free peoplo so decide.   When they, in
thoir sovereign capacity, cease to invoke the concentrated wisdom of thu
legislator to construct a legal rampart,
flanked with all tho defensive engines
of the government, for the protection
of an ,xold rotten tooth,'* and direct
their wisdom and energies to the protection of persons and families from the
demon of strong drink.   Then, and
not till then, will a brighter dawn appear. 'Wm, Kent.
F. CRAKE,
PKACl'ICAI.
JEWELER,
COLUMBIA STRfET,     NEW WESTMINSTER.
SIGN OF TIIE BIG WATCH.
COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
PUBLIC HIGHWAY.
Osoyoos Division of Vale District.
NOTICE IS tiiMtKBY aiVJ3N THAT
tlio following highway,  10 (oot hi
width, ts hereby established, viz:—-
Commencing ut a point on tlio shore of
Long Lake, al liu* Iiullan Reserve! thonco
following tho old trail, liy way of Long
Lake Creek', to the Intersection of sala
trull with thoCohlKtrcam waguouroail.
WM, SMITHE,
Chief Com, of Lands and works,
Tjrihilfi and Works Department,
Vlclorln, II. C. 17th March, 1886.
24m til m
POWDER
Absolutely Pure, i
This powder novor varies. A marvel of'
iiiiHty.afron'tthan'dwholesomenoss. Moro
economical Horn tho oi'dlmiry kinds,and
cannot ho sold in eompciiilon witli the
multitude of low tost, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans.
HoYAt.IUKiNii l'o\vi>i:il Co.,10(1 Wnll St.,
New York. 3fcly
tT^tRE NOTICE
rnii.vr my younii stallion
"SIR STAFFORD"
Will Manil llio Ponson (mm (lie 1st rliiy
of Mny to tlio Bolli June, Hi
CHILLIWHACK AND SUMAS
I, -7,50, *I0 mul $15,
«• !,.\TU MANAGER FOB HAVAOE 4
LYMAN, MONTHEAI,.
Chronometers, Kepeaters, Chrono-
graphers, ani all One Wntch
repairs a Specially.
ANY ONE HAVING WATCHES wlilcli
linvi! been Injured by Incompetent
wiite.b retinlrirrH min bo ninile oqnnl to new
llgnlll. JEWELRY uf nil kllltlH llliirlir llllll
lonulriHl. All work wiirruntctl; ''largo,
tuoilrjriite. EHtlinutesgiven freoofeliiirwi!.
•J-JjS.W.I.l.TH All, FLU,*., nnd' otll.r
***^* Wolc'ie. and Jewelry chewier
lliuu any other house lu n. ts.
LATHES' SOLID 12 (JAttAT HOLD AMERICAN STEM W1NDINO WATCHES,
aoHilrato Umekebpera, tflflj tunfnl prion, s*.ri.
dome
DEALER IN
I). IV
Suiiiiis.ll. C, March 0.18811.
MILLER,
inUlota
To Horse Breeders!
riM-IK tlKNKIUL-FUKI'OSE STALLION
"YOUNG TUPPER"
Will make the senson of 1680, weok nhout,
between Chilliwhack Landing nnd Lnngloy, Kmsor Hlvor.
"Young Topper" Is rising l> yours old,
weltiliN lSilMlis., lion Kmy color; Is 11 sure
foul wetter; stands Hi hiuuls :t Inches hltth;
of I'xeell-'ni action and ■'eiiHedisposition.
Ills sire mul dnm were imported from
Oregon; sire, n Cleveland liny; dnm.Nor-
111 an stook.
Tonus for Season $20
lnimrnni-e 80
Single Service 10
P3~.Sen*-on will l-cirln 1st Mny and end
1st Aneust,
GEORGE A. OOUUHIUj,
Ownor.
_T.epT.iii. March 2-ird, ISSft. mli27
tail IRUD
Dry Goods & Groceries.
A mil supply of Coal,
Dry Alder and Fir
Kopt constantly on hnnd.
—IMPOKTBKH ANt>  DBALBBS IN—
Books,
Stationery,
Fancy Goods,
Pianos,
Organs,
Music,
Newspapers,
Magazines,
Toys, etc.
^OTXCf—].
ALL PEiUJONS A1U". horehy wurnud
ugninst purchasing, lousing or treK-
mm-ring upon the South-went liunrter ot
.lection 2t, Township 20, New Westminster
District. l\ McLEAN, M.D.
Now Westminster.
Dntod I2tli, Mnreh, I88U. l'lmhlm
NOTICE.
lu Ibe Hatter ef lhe Estnlc of Henry A.
Hyde, tin lateitalct
4LL PERSONS Indebted hi the nbovo
estulonrc renulred to settle such ln-
tediums forthwith, nnd nil persons having claims ngnlnsl suld oHtuto mutt send
In proved account!* to tho undersigned, or
to'.w. Norman Bolo. his solicitor, on or Before the Uth duy of April, 1866.
E. A. JENNS, Administrator.
Dated llth March, 1880. mhlStd
Britisli Columbian
STEAM
PUBLIC HIGHWAY.
Kamloops Division or Ynle District,
OTICE IK HEHEBY GIVEN THAT
the Highway which wns established
OnMtto notice dated lst, December,
Gazette nonce uiui-u mu u%,_v.„-_.,
1K82, commencing nenr tho Junction of tho
Nlcolii Hlvorwltli Chaperon Croolc.thenoe
runnlnu norlh nud jjo'uth'ouemlltiln ench
dlveet ion, Is hereby extended for n distance
of four lnlies additional In each direction,
northerly nnd southerly.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Com.of Lnnds and Works.
Lands nnd Works Department,
Vletorla, B,('., 17th Mnreh. 1880.
NOTICE
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I INTEND
to mnke application to tho Chief Commissioner of Landii aud Works for permission to purchaso (250) two hundred
and fifty ncres of land situate In New
Westminstor District, nnd described as
follows) Commencing at the northwest
corner post of my preemption claim No.
53; thenco north,50 chains; thonco enst,SO
chains: thenoo south, GO ehulns; thenee
west, 60 chains to point of commencement,
B. BPHINOEll,
Vet J.C. Hoaiiiw,
New Westminster, Feb. H, 1880.
10fe2m
'., 17th
ii him
PBOPIUETOR OF NEW
Granville Stage Line
24n
NOTIQE.
"LAND AOT, 1884."
WHEREAS, on llm liith day ot February, ISM, a Crown Grant wns Issued to one (Iconic Black for Lot 22, Block
19, Town of Granvlllo! In error, the land
thereby Intended to lm Kraut od bcliig Lot
■JO, In Block 17, In snid Town ot Granville.
Nolle-; Is therefore hereby given, In pursuance of Station 65 of the "Lnnd Act,
188V' that His Houour tho Lieutenant*
Governor in Council has directed the defective Crown Grant to be cancelled, nnd
thntn corroded one will be Issued in lieu
thereof three months from tiie dato hereof,
unless good I'liuse is shown to the contrary,
WM. SMITHE,
Chief (,'om. of Lnnds and Works,
Lands nntl Works Department,
Victoriu, It. c. December 30th, 1885.
OJiiHm
3r*TOTXOE.
I THE UNDERSIGNED Intend making
application to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for permission to purchaso threo hundred and twenty ncres of
land (820 acres) situate In New Westminster District, nnd on thc norlh sideof Burrnrd Inlet,commenolns- at the northwest
corner post of LotZffl, thenco true north,
80 chnins; thenoo true cast. 40 chains;
thence true south, 80 chains to the north
boundary of Lot 273; thence true west, 40
chains along snid boundary to the plnco
of beginning. WILLIAM POWER.
New Westminster, Feb. 23,1880.    24(e2m
"ACME"
PULVERIZING MARROW
CLOD CRUSHER & LEVELER.
QriUECTH THE SOIL TO THE ACTION
\J nt a Steel Crueller nnd Leveler, and
tottieCultiiiL-, Lifliny, Turning |>n-<-0B9Of
double gangs of citsi steel coulters,
IMMENSE CUTTING POWER.
Crushing, Leveling and Pulverizing
performed iit tlie snmo time.
Entire absentia bf Rplkbs'oi-spring teeth
avoids pulling up rubbish,
Only Harrow thiit eiitsover Hie entire
surface of tiie ground. i   I    .'
G. T. CORFIELD,
Genoral Merchant, Cowichan, B, C.
Sole .Isciil fur Hrlli-.li <'tit u lit bin.
mh20tc
TRUCKING & TEAMING
Of (ill kliiiln promptly ittteiuttril to
at lowest pi-Ices.
The Largest Stock on the Mainland,  and  second  to  no
House in British Co-
'umbia.
saddle Horses and Buggies
for Hire.
Orders mny be left nt my store, corner
Columbia nml Blatiklo Streets, New Westminster, senate
I
NOTICE
"IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THIRTY
1 <hiy-i nfter date, 1 Intend mnking np-
pi lent ion to tho Chief Commissioner of
Lunds nnd Works for u License lo cut nnd
carry away Mmborfroin Ihe following desoribed lands in New Westminster District:
Commencing nt » si-iiccset on tho-.vest
shore llneof the irfrftb liny imm od lately
eusl ot Ccutitj) liuv, un Oumbier Isluml,
and nbout n i|Uiu-UTof u mile southerly
from bend of snid buy* thence nortii, IU
chnins; wesl,On chn.iis; south,-111 chntiis,
more or Ickm, lo sliore llneof said bay;
thenee northerly, following shore line nr
said buy lo point of commencement, cou-
tiiluinj*- 21U acres, mon* or less.
ISAAC .1UNK1NS HAYDEN.
l'er A.Ci. CtAMiu.K, Agent.
New Westminster. 11. C.
'^inl Mrnvli, ISSii. Ul 111 liim
st6tjoe.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
I I Intend tonpply to the Honorable
Chief Commissioner of Lnnds nnd Works
to purchase 200 acres of land, more or leM,
In wew Westminster District, described
ns follows:
Commencing nt the northeast cornet
post of Lot 364, Oroup I, thence north
about 80 chains; thence west about 20
chains to eastern boundnry of timber
leaso; thence south Along sold eastern
boundnry lo northern boundary of Indian
Reserve; thence along snid northern boundary line ensterly topolntof commencement. C. G. MAJOR.
Now Westminster, Feb. Sth, 1880,
10re2m	
 SOLE AGKNTS \¥OR	
The Henry F, Miller Piano,
Of Boeton,
NOTICE.
MOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
application will be made to thc Log-
itlve Assembly of the provinco of British Coiumbin, at the next session thereof,
for an Act to incorporate a Compnny for
the pUriKtse of constructing, equipping
und maintain in--, gasworks, and supply*
InKgRftto consumers at tlie terminus of
the Cunadinu l'uclflc Hail wuy at Coul
Harbor nml English Buy, Now Westminster District, and or doing all acls and
things requisite' or convenient for effecting the purposes aforesaid.
' J. ROLAND HETT,
Langley Hi., Victoria.
Solicitor for tho Applicants.
Dated 10th December, 1885 de23tc
ESTABLISHMENT,
Columbia St.
New Westminster, It. C.
BOOK,
JOB, and
COMMERCIAL
NOTICE
Lots {or Sale or Lease in
200Aand 301
Mi! Eli!
WHITE
THE CLOTHIER,
Has Just Received
OVER 300 MEN'S SUITS
A Large Quantity of
Boys' and Month's
Clothing!
7 Cases of American
FELT    HATS
Also, a fall line of
QENTS'FURNISHING fiQODS
The Dominion Orp,
Of Bowmanville, Out.,
Ami agents for all the leading American
PIANOS & ORGANS
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRIT SH COLUMBIA.
in pitoiLvrrc.
In ihe b-hhIk <.M.i:m».K t.itiiv,
tlccejiM'tl.
■VTOTICE IS IIRUKHY OIVEN THAT
ll nil pert-nun ludelited tothe lute Untirgo
(iroen, formerly of the Clly of Now Westminster, deceased, are ivi-ucHled to pay
the amount of thoir Indehlcdncxx tothe
undersigned at New Westminster, forthwith, and all 'iithouh lii-vi:*-* nuy claim
ngalnsl the estate are rci-ucMeil to fnniii-h
pnrllculnrs thereof; duly verified, within
'me month (rom this dntc.
connor l», MecmxA atkinhon,
Hollcllorsfor Administratrix.
Dated 28rd .-.larch, IK8I1, H-jmlllm
■JbTOTIOE
IS HEttEIlY GIVEN TUAT 30 DAYS
after date I Intend milking application
to the Chief Commissioner of LnndH nnd
Works for u license to cut tind curry nwny
timber from t lie following described landB
In New "Westminster District:—
Commencing ntn point on the eust shore
line of (lamhicr Islam!, about 2\i miles
northerly ;fr»ni llalkctt Point,anil about
l.-iolmtns northerly from a small crock,
thenee west, 10 ehulns; south, 80 chains;
cast, 111 chains, more or less.lo the sliore
Mne of Gamhior Island: thence northerly
following meandering*- of shore line to
point of coinmci.-fluent; --oniiiiulni* :tsi
acres, more or less,
HENRY KOSR
Now Westminster, 11. C,
Mnreh 12,1880. llimhlm
NOTICE
SPECIAL FORMS
RULED & PRINTED
On the premises, aa neatly and cheaply
as at any otho establishment in the
Province.
Tougta Meat Made tender.
Take a thick slice of beef from the
round, such as you can buy at the
market for 10 conts per pound, with
no bone and littlo fat.   (let the butcher to split it almost open fur you, so
you have one larjje thin etoak.   No
matter how tmiijli, it will be tender as
portor-hnuBO steak when ready for the
table nud quite na  toothsome.   1/iy
the meat out smoothly and wipe it
dry, but do not wet it.   Take a cofleo-
cupful of line bread crumbs, a little
salt   and   pepper, a little powdered
thyme or uther aweet herb, and just
enough milk to moisten to n stiff dreis-,
in)*.   Mix well nnd spread over the
moat.   Roll it up carefully and tie up
with twine, wound to aocure it woll,
especially thu ends.   Now, in the outturn of your kettle fry Bomo fat salt
pork till criap nnd brown, ono-quarter
pound cut in thin slices (coats threo
conts),  Into thc fat that has fried nut
from this pork put the rolled meat-
brown it on all sides, turning it till it
is a rich color all over, then put in
half- a pint of wktet and sprinkle over
a little salt. vKeep   closely covered,
adding a little-Water if it cooks away
too nieiih, I -If ono -likes ElnPHaVoMn
onion, add* the*'half- of a small onu
chopped fine.    When ready to servo,
unwind the strinR carefully to preserve
the shape.   Lay it on a platter with
the gravy pourod over it.   Cut the
meat in -slices, through  tbo roll as
jelly-roll is cut by tho bakers.   The
tooghoHt moat is  mude tender und uu
tritious cooked in thia way, and' is
equally nico warmed over mixt day.—
mi's, Annslrong.
Everybody is glad that Mr. Edison
ia married, They want him to invent
a method whereby the buhy's midnight
shrieks will he carried oft' on a wi-o to
frighten r.w»y the cats on the roof.—*
Macon Telegraph,
A little boy whose sprained wrist
had been, relieved by bathing in whisky, surprised his mother by asking:
"Did papa oyer sprain his throat when
ho was a boy?".—Chiwgo Telegram,
A Californian is about to make an
attempt to prove that he is the rightful
heir to the Tfohbornfl estnte.
The front portion
of  this property is
situated on FALSE
CREEK, the  future
Dock of Vancouver,
and the back portion
contains  the   finest
•esidential   sites  in
the future city, the
views   from   which
are unrivalled.   The
whole   property   is
centrally located and
the main   roads to
New Westminster
and the North Arm
of Fraser  River intersect it.   Lots can
be either bought or
leased at reasonable
rates and on the easiest terms.
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
Land Agent,   • fo
dolElto
 HE NOW HAS	
The Best Assortment Id the «bove
Line erer ciMblted In New
Westminster.
"Li-A-TEST  SWSTX-ES
At Ixiweiit POBRlble Prices for CbbIi.
(all Kuril  •'"■  M«lie  *•«» UrteeliMi
Columbia Stmit Opp. Ba»« or B. C,
—AOENTS  FOK-
IN 1M-OHAT1-.
■l, Ibn gamin or IIAMIJI. JAMES 11011.
SOS. IhcniHill.
-oTioE is iip.kehy given that
I oil poraons tmlnbU'il In (lie Iuto Han-
id .lailios Hrilison, lorniorly (if Now Wont-
mlnirtor, ilGiri.niroil.iir to tlir llrm ot Holinon
A Slrlitli.rrf wlrlrrlr tlio suld ilccciwoil WUB n
purluer, nil' ivqii'jsled to liny jjtlie amount
of llielrlnrlobti'ilni'irs to fho uiulorBlKnerl
ntNew WestniliiHtor, fortliwltli, una all
I
of thoir liioebtednbss to fho undentgnea
at Now Westminster; forthwith, una oil
persons havim*'my cliilm imaiust tho es*
into of suit! iicct-nsc*-!, or ngalnNt suld firm,
tire rcqulro'l to fnrnisli||>nrtlculnrs within
oiic-mniilh from this ilatv.
■■Ill-Mi Miitvli.nwn,
OHAH. GEORGE MAJOH,
Executor.
lill'-111(1111 II llVill   III""!'"
Dntod HUh March- 1«WV
mli20td
'BHKKBBY OIVEN Hun npplliiuUon
l will bo mndo to tin-1-eels!utlvc Assembly of the Province of llrltlsh Columbia,
nt the next Bfwdoii thereof, for an Act to
incorporate a company for the purpose of
QanHUUQtlngi maniiBlng and malnttilnlni*
Wnter Works ut the termlnnl polntof tlm
Cnnndlnu 1'aclflc RiillwuyonCoal Hnrbor
and English liny, nnd for the purpox->8
thereof granting to the snid oompany the
prlvllfge of taking wnter from Cnpllnim
Creek,llurmiby  I-nko or other sultnblo
Kolnta, with power to thc snid company
1 build flumes, nqucductB. Iny pipes, erect
dams, (loqutre lunds, nnd do nil oilier nets
and things necessary for the purposes
aforesaid.
EBERTS A TAYLOR.
Solicitors for Applicants.
Dated September SOth, UH5. dc9te
Confederation Life Assurance Co..
North Britiih and Mercantile Fire
Insuranoe Co.,
HERRING'S
Drug Store!
New Westminster, B, C.
PrBBli Stock Just Received
Low Price. 1'onlluuril, rill
Peat's Soap, 5 cakes- SI 00
Enos Fruit Salt     90
Porus Plasters, 3 for SO
Pain Killer, P.D., 3 for 50
Eolectric Oil, 3 for...! SO
Hop Bitters, per bot. • • 75
Warner's Safe Cure.. • 100
Homoeopathic Medicines 25
Jayne's Expectorant.. 90
Florida Water, large,
M.&L     50
Lubin's Perfumes     65
Camelline     50
Hall's Hair Vigor     76
Heave's Infants Food- 38
Hoyt's Cologne, large.    80
Citrate Magnesia     26
Holloway's Pills,     40
Cockle's Pills_.     40
Also, on hand a large atock of fresh garden
OB ___ -JEJ MMUmt
WHOLESALE AND HKTAIL.
A. M. HEUH1NO,
Chemist ami Druggist, Columbia Street,
fe8tc new Westminster.
 Agenti fnr Firat-Olasi—■
Fl ui BOMIM00? SAFES
SMFMNfi  RKOling.:
DKKU8] XOKTUAUKli,
BILLS Ur 8AK,
CU8T0H nOVHI BLAXK8,
HUSKS, PRO*. NOW),
0RDKSB, RIORinS,
And »11 kind, ol Blank Book, and Blank
Form, on band.
2*TO-riO£!.
I PPLICATION WILL UK MADE TO
V tlio Chief C'onimlKsloiiei'of Lands nnd
,/orks(or tlio ftHMUlhgtM Public Highways, UU feet wide, eomiueiiclng nt northeast eonier of Hcction is, Group II, New
Westminster Dlstrlel, Township SO, run*
nltigsoiitli,lu-t*ivocn Meet Ions 2S, 27,21 and
22, nml Itl nnd ]!>.
AInii, Ntni'iiNu from n point on (he north
bank of Cump RIoukIi, iiorthWost corner
or Lot m, Group II, New Westminster
DlBtrlct, east nlong bunk of said Hlotigh
to oornor of TxoIh -117 nnd 418, Group il;
thence norlli, betweon Lots 417 and 418, to
Nelson Slough;, thenee nlong bank of
Cottonwood Island to Fruser Hlver.
Also, commencing nt u stake set near
the bank of Cliilllwhnck Hlver, at corner
of Indinn Reserve, Township 28, Ne*
Went minuter Dlstrli-t, thonee running east,
dividing Section 20, to tdnkos'ot by government surveyor on bank of gemlhnult
Creek; thonee south on section lino 1%
miles, between HeetloiiK 21 and20; thence
cast on section line, between Suctions 21
nnd lU,22nnd 1,1, to tlie mountains.
Also, itt feel, on oiiob sideof section lino
between Hectlons 17 nud 20.
■TAMEJ3 PATTBK80N, C.M.C.
Clillllwhnck, March C, 1880.     llimhlm
Importor nnd Dealer in
Fiif tories!
—ANI*—
PEOVISIONS.
—All the Leading—
NEWSPAPERS
 ANT)	
PERIODICALS
Regularly received.  Sulncriptioni taken
to any Publication at lowert ratei.
1ST We Import direct from mannlao
tnren, and cannot bo undersold In tkie
Province,
T,R. PEABS0N A 00.,
COLUMBIA   STREET,
Hew  Westminster, B. 0.
(leSt.)
Imported in quantity,
First-Class in quality,
Sold at Bottom Prices
The best Place in the
Oity to buy your
Groceries.
D. McPHADEN,
Dcnno'i Uriah Blook,
NE1VWK8TMINSTEB,B.C.
mhl
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll application will be made to the Legislative Assembly of tho Province of Brit-
lull Columbia, nt the next session thereof,
for an aet to Incorporate a, company for
the purposo of constructing, miuinglng
and maintaining -water works nt the ter*
nlnal point of tho Canadian Pacific Itall-
my, nn Coal Harbor and English Bay,
and also at Port Moody and the City uf
New Westminster and adjacent places
and for tho purposes thereof grant Ine to
the said company tbo privilege of Inking
water irom the Coquitlam Hlver or Lake.
with power to tho said company to build
Humes, aqueducts, lay pipes, erect dams,
acquire lands, and do all other nets and
things necessary for the purposes afore*
■aid. CORBOULD A -McCOLL,
Solicitors for Applicants.
Dated Kovember Oth, 1886. nolltc
Estate of frapp Bros.
mHK BUSINESS OF
TRAPP BROTHERS
WiU in the future be carried on under
tlie above style tnd under the manage*
ment of
THOS. J. TRAPP.
jylBtd (By order).
JACKSON'S
BIWT
Navy Tobacco.
We cull tho attention of consumers (o
tho superior oho wing qualities at this most
excellent Tohnero. Samples will be sent
frae by applying to L, -t F, WREmKIN*
CB, m and 3ft* f roat Street* Ham Vrat-
eln««f €nl*- Bole Agents for Pacific. Coast,
The goods are for sale by all Iho priiu-i-
pal jobbers In British Columbia.
__*jyiy 	
PRINTING
 OF	
Every Description
I'KOMl'TI.Y EXECUTED
- is -
FIRST-CLASS STYLE
Bill Heads,
Circulars,
Letter Heads,
Envelopes,
Cards,
Tags,
Posters,
Programmes,
Legal Blanks,
Show Cards,
Books,
And all Sorts of Plain
or Colored Work.
/"kUR FA.CIUT1KS FOB
COMMERCIAL PRINTIN8
Are far beyond those of any other establishment on tho Mainland, and our prices
will compare favorably witli those of
Victoria,
KBTABLIBHED 187R
The West Shore
FEES
For the hnlanco ot ink,".. Including the
mammoth holiday number, to all who
siibacrlbc now for \sm.
With tho January Issue THK WKKT
SHORE will begin Its twelfth year. Kvery
number cunt-linn original Illustrations of
scenery, towns and Industries lu the Pacific Northwest, counting in excellence the
host productions of Knslcrn mnt-iir.iiie«,
Thc uontributed articles, general literature and stories nro cutermrntngaiid carefully edited, making tho maguClnn a
chaste family vlnltor. Tho comment* mi
evpnUof Interest to this region and the
lnrge amount of Information concerning
our various resources and the pragrnss of
development given In every number render It extremely valuable. Nofainilj can
»tronl to do without tt. and every one financially Interested In the Pacific Northwest or desirous of lcurnlnj-f lis resources
will find It Invaluable,
Ifthesabicrlptlon price (fj per year) Is
sent In now you wilt be entered .for IMM,
and the remainder of 1885 will be sent as
a premium.
, St. SAMUEL,
1    ml lib)     VX2 Front Street, I'ortlnnd, Or.
Done on the Premises,
We have a llist-olaas RULING MACHINE, and are prepared to rule all
kinds of forms to order,
larTlain Binding neatly done.
D. ROBSON A. CO
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