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VOLUMK'S
NEW WBSTaUNBTER, B. 0„ THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 16, 1887.
NUMBER
rv.WOLV MITH, M,».
«°trSS^!miiS^^
BBSIDENOE-Agnee St., opposite new
bptlst Church.  ..:.,,
OfPIOK HOUB8-10 a tn. to 11 ncgni a
o5;.nd6iMtolp,m. ' Tjnolcte
M. MACLUAX, B. A„ X.DmC.H.
[.
JriilWed.
OFFICE! MoKensle Btnet, next door to
'rill is '
     j^AinesStMst, third house
' OPnOEHOT/IB:10tol3|Sto6|S:80toS.
d-deisto
P*
m. coofbb, a. a.,*. p.i
PHYSICIAN a BBBGEOK.
iFFIOB ana RBSUHlfOB-^lhurch 81*
tneit Xor toj^rmjrs' Bom.), _*tt
MninKft.llefs^Uiiinster, B.0.
JFFIOE H6OTS--»(ol»am.iltolMd
«J0togp,m. OalU to town and conn-
try prornptly attended to. feats
rt*Baavu a mtctu,
^^JJSrtg^^^W'
IABW8T»H«,     .      ,
SOLICITORS, mo
jMels. New .nd'SIaj."'? si I iis'Ap-
pplntments. Prices Moderate.
' This magnificent Hotel Is now open tor
the reception of Quests.
Tl O. AVKUtaOHi     .
BARRISTER, SOUC1TOR, *e.
McKensle Street,
, dwfelOte   I      Hew ■Westminster, B.O.
p A.JBBB'f,
BARRisTER-Xt-LAtf',
wm oommenee business on the 1st ol
,'ulyprox. ' '■ "■ ■'•
•omoe at the, offlc* of H. V->dI)oad-i
Esq., MeckenlleMeeet.        , dayWo
W  BORHAB BOLB,
BABBWttB-AT-LAW.      i
JandAgstk.i' Wmey toUaa.
i Columbia St., Hew Westminster, a C.j
and Tatlows Blook, Camble St., Vancouver, B.O. ****»
fi  W. GRANT,
..    ABOHITEOT
JAt A J. Hill's Offlee,
i dwfeaito
MoKensleBt.
r*
a. i, low,
ARCHITECT.
•' OFFICE, for the present, at residence on
jOllnton Street.
) sw-Wortm»rbeleftatRttrt'sBook.
store. dwfemo
l - ■aa'i"iu|j|j>. mow
t/14FT, PITTBBDHIOH,
LAND  AGENT, *C„ AC
I ,.. .
Colnmbl.Slreet,
Neu Crescent, N.W.
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANfS,
WHARFSTREET -VICTORIA,
- ▲QKminw von
Uorth British and Mercantile
Insoranee Co. for Mainland.
H, C. BEETON 4 OO..
36 Fuubury Circus,
London, B, C,
THE CLARENCE
Corner We* 4 Doaglai Street*,
VICTORIA, B. C.
ftMUt Oi IIOtlMM.JS.   -   -   -   UWt
rpOVMSTB' HEADftDARTERS; FIRST
A  Obis in every respect  tally sap.
Ilk .11 4Je»»e»ie!«ces of n«dera
nts.
sarNo ptlns will be snared by the
aement to "*"'"""'" ~'	
tractive.
ment to mako this Hotel pleasant and
dooStc
MANUFACTURER OF
Tfl
THOS* OVENS,
AOTURER OF
, Carnages,
Blacksmitii and Machinist
All Kinds ol Machinery, Patent Looks,
gates, Hewing Machines, Co,, to,,
BLACK8MITHINC
mltural '
In all Its branches. Farmers',
Hill and Contract Work] AiMl
Implements, and everything In tbe
blacksmith Hue made to order.
Having scoured Urst-clnss workmen, we
feel confident of giving satisfaction.
■sr Horseshoeing a specialty.
dw-Jlysltel   Columbia ST., New Wasr.
, .d-d.lto 	
npuoMA* IPBKCB * CO..
1        COMMISSION MERCHANTS, (
• New Westminster* Vancouver.
| ltaporet»oT^.Ii^t,,»»*ber,*<>.. 4
asrUnexceptlon.ble references. dJeHc
ft,
J. TRAVP,
ADO-HjJK^rB 4*D ABPRAISBR.
t**nifc........;...*T«w *»ttalnsti
Columbi.
1 All commissions will receive prompt
' >" <»*«wi.i»w'*«Mi-:!fW9*ff,^g^7
'wSrWul!
Md*
mhH
W. D.
m
lent and Debt collector.
«(T1IU'«M1 fUM I0B Ull.
[Anal far Ik. TBATBUVI UN aad
'   iCCTWWT MMBaaCE COMPART,
I OFFICEs-larris 8tre«, K«w Wutml.,
Jiter. , ,   taito
' RAND PROS.
R'
■AL ■»TAtlaTkoW»*.
CaT.p.as.r., C.ll.el.ra,
Offlee. at VII
WILDING WTSforsalejoall sectlpni
M Veaeonver and New Westminster City.
• PARI! fsAHMof^ntarinr ooalltyjor
{lOniOirs
igSnBuSilS
ppsmsass
'dries ..I MM&lMSbou, Inolodleg En
tries an* Maehla. Shops, Ineladlng
•nines .nd Boilers, slatlon.tr .nil porl-
Vabl., both new.ndseeond*Md| also:
IRubber Belting,      ASesaa* Bag* Tools
,i«tth.rl  ■' Asnlwan,
. LabrleaJIngOlls,    H.rnets,
 -'-is, . f.lld.r.1 B.ppllM,
UD
»lnlf(md'ojls1
'saooos.IrWlp'i
(Geo. H. Grant* Co.)
iHranMAwiiuuniN
BootssShoes!
RUBBER  Q00D8
ALWAYS IN STOCK. '
Opposite Bank B. C, Colombia It,
NEW WE8TMIBSTER, B. 0,
»F*rdrr> by thll pniapttp iltt.dwl I..
,;•    i  - 4wjs*to
BOOTiSHOE
ESTABLISHMENT
it„:i   c. ■ M>
 01* TIIK	
Mainland of B. C.
OolMlal ■•MI'llMk, ctlinbl* tt.
$10,000 STOCK
NOW BKHDOTK. .'•'.■■
m HOUSE MAKES ANNUALLY
\.a great raluotion jn_ prices to make
Jountry, from the principal Houses
krinany, France, Groat Britain, the
' States and our great Dominion.
600 LI|E8 KMT OH HAND.
CALL AND SEE MY  STOCK BE.
,,     FORE YOU PCBCHA8K.
«III and °**f*, from 60o upwards. .
14 RnMcr doodt A Tam-Tim
, of all kinds.
^aWM^^fT-
tt Itm of ladles', Wiim' t CUM-
•rti'i loots.
WM.R088.
Claalal >.lel BIMk, Cel.mbU «.
dwnoistc
—^■tfmmja\—'■'.'
Cream & Fancy Cakes
—OO TO—
A. DIESEL'S
FRONT STREET,, Ota O. P. N. Waaar.
OOME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLDKN,
TTAVINO TAKEN  POSSESSION OF
JjL th. "Tempemnee House," fronting
onColumbla.nd Church streets,opposite
the Eplsoopal Church, and now known
Mth.
FARMERS' HOME!
W»l accommodate tbe traveling publlo
at the following ratesi
Board per day.■	
Single Meals. .'.'.'.'.'.',','
=.8
H
9S
asvQood aoeommodatlon for Ladles and
families, mytto
Flowers for aale
c. Mcdonough
HAVING TAKEN
Lnnflbom'sBnlkllDff, Front St.
(Formerly occupied by Kyle * Tllton),
IS  NOW READY
to serve his customers and everybody
with as good a stock as a man wants to
select from.
Dry Goods, Cneeries, Previsions,
DrMkery. Sluswue, BmIs, de.
Come and see the new place, and let us
know what you thlok ot It
dwooisK c, Mcdonough.
CHARLES MURRAY,
-nil    CLARKSON STREET,
Opp. Beglstrj Offlee, Sew West'r.
Bbbhi Sip ud OnunnUl hinting.
MMIKANOINO, CuJlMO, KALSOMIHINQ, tU
WALL PAPER.
The largest assortment of Wall Paper
In the City, comprising newest patterns;
always on hand at bottom prices. Sam-
Bles on view at T. R. Pearson A Co.'s
tore, Columbia SU   Paper feu   "
specially low rates.
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERYMAN 4 DEALER IN
Fruit and Ornamental Trees,
Ladnm* Landing, a, 0.
mHE SORSORIBER WISHES TO IN-
X form the people of British Columbia
{hat he hu established a Nursery at Ladner's Landing, and Is prepared to All
all orders for Fruit Trees, Ornamental
Trees, Shrubbery, Vines, Small Fruit.,
Ac. Trees Imported or home'grown se-
eordlng to the wishes of oustomere. The
subscriber has had., tumoahpnuglcal
training In th. business, and having a
J permanent (take In the oountry It Is his
merest to dealfalrly with the publlo. Ho
3111 wait upon tbe various towns and set-
entente shortly, .nd Ml orders will hav.
bis person.! attention.
.tlUH. B.
New Wettmlnster
THE ABOVE WORKS HAVE BEEN
opened In the Building formerly occupied by Morgan the Barber,
One Door Wett of Slckluon's Batcher Bkop.
Sail and Inspect, onr work .nd obtain
ces.
W. .re th. only practical Marble Cat*
(ere on the Mainland.
Always Ik Mock, * good' assortment of.
MONUMENTS,
HEADSTONES,
MANTLES, Etc.
RUNE & MONCK.
New West., April 111 18S7.        dwaplsta
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Hearty Opposite Ike Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
THE LaBGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment ot all descriptions ol
MEATS AND VEMTABLE8
Constantly on hud, tad supplied to lam.
Ule., Restauruls, ud Steamboat, atthe
LOWEST POSSIBLE PBIOKS,
NDTIOIl
IB Ike "Jailer at Ik. (slate .f B.VM
- Wriu, lat. «flp****esuu,deeees«l,
■.testate.
ALL PERSON INDBBTEI) TO THE
Estate of the l.to tavld Wells, roiut
pay the amount of suoh Indebtnsel to m.
it Now .Westminster, B, c, forthwith.
And all*jwiaoas having claims ssialne)
the said Est«te must send the Mm. In,
duly proved, on or leforeisth June next,
Mb this 1Mb Af^gjf
apHdmJwl Administrator.
iTOTlOE.
TiTOTIOE IS HEREBY QIVEN THAT
Jvj 1 have made application to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
license to eut and carry away timber on
and from th. following described lend,
emitted .t Howe Sound, New Westminster District!
Commencing at a stake on tho north
shore of Thornborough Channel, north of
Ekln's point on Qambler Island; thence
north so chains, wert SO chains, south to
th. shore line, thence along shore to place
of commencement—containing about SCO
""•..moreorT.."-    B.J.BIOKMAN.
NewWaitmln.jer)»ly[g.i8S7.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity, strength and wliolosomeneBs. Hon
economical than the ordinary kinds, irad
oannot be sold In compel Itlon with the
multitude of low teat, abort weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans.
Royal Baking Powdkb Co., 106 wall 8L,
NewYorkv , 8fely
TOJ-ET,
8 ROOMED HOUSE ON AQNBS STR'T.
Rent-115 per month. Applyto    ■
dmyllte  ,    HENRY ;V. EDJIONDS.
Safe for Sale.
! k NO. 10 TAYLOlt'S SAFEi in good
A order; 21x30 inches Inside; will be
sold cheap.  Apply tit this offlee. dwfel2to
FOR   SALE.
ONE-HALF INTRHKST IN tlie'LANO-
ley Saw and Planing Mill: mill In
good order. For particulars apply on the
premises to H.WEST,
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JACKSON,
aplsto 4HELMCKKN, Victoria.
Farm for Sale.
/^ONBISTINa OF TWO LOTS OF 155
\j and 100 acres (which will be sold together or separately)! 8 miles from Now
Westminster: flint-class land;- about 25
acres dyked; balance Prairie and Bush;
Wilt be sold at a bargain.
'Applyto da. MAJOR,   -
dwmhstc Now Westminster.
i For Sale Cheap.
NE  U-HORSE-POWER PORTABLE
0-
fc^*1 • -—.Esajffls
 ch*Slioa
jrTools.  Applyto
WAXTRBHLAOKIB,
dwrayl7ml \[\        Oity.
Enelne; one Borow-euttlng Engine;
 m [la inn. iwlns], and a lot of Lathe
Ttoolst one Amerloan Drill [foot rower,
feared]* one Kydrsttlla Punch * Slioawj
and ft lot of other Tools.
ForSalei
1 SPAN DARK BAY MARES, I and t
1 years old; good travellers; work single
ordouble.
1 Bay none, ssearsoldj worksslngleor
double; nice ladles'orgonts'saddle horse;
verygeutle. ,  ,     :  ,
I .-sealed Baggy) 4 sprltis; nearly new.
SIM.of TlmSkysuyob North Arm,
Frascrrlver.
,5bbli.s«llSnlmon. t kair-bkU, Salt
Islms Bellies.
Also-One aad one-nlalli Interest I.
«-«-*»»»»-»' w.,. FRENCH.
,•: New West. Nov. 11th, 1886.      dwnoUte
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
XIOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Il tho partnership heretofore existing
between the undersigned as General
Blacksmiths and woson Makers has this
day been dissolved by mutual consent,
Mr. E. Sully will coileft all aceouauduo
the late firm nnd Bottle all claims again
It
Datod this 30th day of May, 1887.
,., J. E. SULLY.
djellml  IJ f] n ,, r.; j. REN WICK,
CHURCH    STREET.
MARBLE AND GRANITE WORK of
all kinds.   Call and Inspect before
onlsiug Island capital. I leave my
work to spent fur itself. R, B.-». at*
'dw&^'^ALEX. HAMILTON,
Wood and Coal.
rrtttV, 8UIMCRIBBR HAS ON HAND A
X   large q.inntlty of
BEST WELLINGTON IMP COAL
.And an assortment of
CORD WOOD,
Which he will sell at lowest rates. He
will also promptly attend to all kinds of
'P*Jcrs left at Mr. MeColl'a store on Co-
luisila slreel, or al my Imuse, Dou.Ih
slrMt, will meet with prompt attention,
HENRY ELLIOTT.
W*w Westminster a a    •        JlylOte
_  Trustee for St. Patrick's, Bl
and St. Andrew's Wards ot Npw.WeslnYln-
— '■iboof District will be held on
  ...ambors, Hynek Hall,' commencing al 11 a. tn.
In ease a poll 1: demanded, voting will
commence at 10 a. m. of tho next day and
close at 4 p. in.
EXTHAOirilOH"Ptini.ICSOUOOLAOT,lMII"
'IB, Any person registered as ..voter, »s
hereinafter provided, shall bo eligible to
vote at any school meeting held In such
District, and In Iho ward In which he Is
registered, fur tt.o election of Trustees;
firavldsd, always, thnt It shall not be law-
ulforaiiypeinun lo voto for Trustees In
more than one ward In any Oily School
District,"
By order of Hoard nf Trustees, .
' *J»«u'       T, J. TRAPP, S*nM*iy,
litilg gttitish €olnmbinn
TkatwUy Bvealx, iaaa 1*. l*n.
Victoria Vigorously Protests.
From the Victoria Times.
It cannot bo expected by the
waiuvgeinciit of either that Viotoria
morohants will tamely submit to see
tho trade with the Orient, which
thoy havo already built up to large
dimensions, pass their door* without
an effort tb retain their fair share
of it, If they are tb be ignored, or
if the Chinese steamers are to continue for any lengthened period to
give us the go-bye, the1 effect on the
railway company of the retaliatory
policy whioh will undoubtedly be
inaugurated will be n loss many
times greater than could possibly
result from the short' detention of
the steamers when in transitu to
and from the terminus of the railway. It must never be forgotten
that Victoria—which is practically
a terminus of all the transcontinental roods—occupies a position
dependent on neither.,
. From the Victoria Standard.
' The steamships have boycotted
this city. I Our members in the
commons, who have been sent there
to carefully watoh the interests of
this place, should have insisted on
a clause being inserted in the Bub-
sidy contract to the China and Australia! lines of steamers that they
should make this port headquarters;
but hot one word did they utter,
but sat in thoir seats dumb as oysters, and tho interests of this oity
were allowed by them to be severely
injured. As it it the intention of
the 0. P. R. to boycott thi* city and
build up the rival town of Vancouver, we would strongly urge
upon our citizens who have their all
here. to boycott the G. P. R. and
their steamers. In order to do this
successfully it would perhaps be best
to make some arrangement with the
Northern Pacific Railway for doing
the trade of this city, as well a*
providing a line of steamers to China
and Japan. Suae juehi. scheme
would be directly to the aSvantage
of this oity and Puget Sound, and
would boycott those who are endeavoring to boycott us. The peoplo of Victoria should arouse themselves at once to the critical position
in which they are, and lose no time
in taking some action in this matter
before it ia too late, or they may
have great cause to regret it.
From the Victoria Colonist,
The S, 8. Abyssinia passed up
the straits at three o'clock yesterday
afternoon, having laid off the harbor
until boarded by pilots. It was not
the intention to call here, for no
arrangement* were made for that
purpose by the London agents, the
idea of the railway presumably being
to make Vancouver the port of entry
and departure;' It is understood
that a thousand ton* of freight were
awaiting shipment from Hong Kong
to Victoria consignees, but as the
agent* at the latter point were informed that no instructioni had been
given to call at Victoria it was not
shipped by the Abyssinia, bnt is now
on the way by the bark Penshaw,
consigned to Welch, Rithet iCo.
It is a disappointment to shippers
here that the steamship did not call,
but as the apparent object is to
ignore Victoria it* merchant! will
no doubt make it a point to patronise their friend*. In the endeavor
to make their forwarding terminus
appear gnat in the eye* of the
world, tho Viotoria trade has been
given the go-bye, but if the line
continue* to be operated, there ia
little doubt that they will look at
the matter from * business point of
view and vary mob solicit consignments to this city from Chinese and
Japanese port*. In the meantime
Victorian! need not feel very much
aggrieved over thi* latest unfriendly
act of the Canadian Pacific, but
should quietly bring luch pressure
to bear as will demonstrate to the
company that it would be wiser for
them to act with a little more ordinary business Uct. IfUe Canadian
Pacific railway continue* hostile to
Viotoria'* interest* in order that
their terminal point may be benefitted, then the policy for Victoria is
to patronise a company which, when
it had a monopoly of the carrying
trade, wa* honed and reasonable in
all its dealings, tittle stock can be
taken in Mr. Van Home'* "bluff"
for, ao far as this province is concerned, his promises have always
been of a brittle character. Victorian! should insist upon i their
righto being respected and should
utilize every possible mean* to secure
protection of the oity'i interest*
The present is the time to do it, and
by united action the end can be
easily attained,
Job printing ol all kinds neatly don.
at the Oourmux office. Prices will be
found lower than at any ether offlc la
th. provlBe.,—Ud..
THE NEWS.
The Manitoba Soatbem Ball*
way to be Fought at Brery
step-Great Faalne
In Asia. .
The Inter-SUte Uw ti k* Kiloreel
-eiadstonewlll HBMfc the Debate on the Crime.' Bill.
The Uneen Alarmed by Uw a.*Mt er Ike
Discovery er Dyuasll. - ".Is ••- A ,
Rebel Killed.'
A Big Hydraulic •Mk~.Exw.leil Uw
HatrteMe.
OTHER ITEMS OF IMTERaT.
By Associated Press,  -h** *'*" '    ■•-'■•.''
MANCHIKTF.B. SHIP CANAL.
London, June 14.—The White Manchester Ship Canal bill wu before the
House of Commons this afternoon.
Sir Henry Ksmos offered a censio
amendment, whioh the government
opposed; the amendment wu carried
by a vote of 243 to 87. The Pirn.]-
lite, manifested uproarious delight,
and their liberal allies were not displeased at this defeat, of the government. The result is of no political
importance and will have no cons*-'
quence, bnt the government is irritated
over the incident.
PANIC IN 'CHANOI,
New York, June 14.—There wu
almost a panio on'Change to-day.
The Chioago market govern* thi*
market, and wheat here fall 20 cents
to day in sympathy with Chicago quotations. A large number who want
into the Juno deal since June 1st
pulled out to-day with broken fortunes.
The wildest scenes were enacted.
RosonKeld, who represented the corner, hu failed, and several others are
uid to be in a tight place.
fooohi at aviat STir,
MiNNEAFons, Jnne 15.—A Winnipeg
special to the Journal says Premier Nor-
qnay has been notified by the Dominion
government thst tho construction of the
line to the boundary will be fought at
every step.
TBI UW WILL HI ESroltCEl).
San Francisco, Jnne 15.—Vice President Crocker, of the Southern Pacific
railroad said to-day that it is the opinion
of Vice-President Potter of the Union
Pacific and Stubbs of onr company, that
the inter-state commission will not extend the suspension ol the long aad short
haul clause after July 7 and that the law
will be strictly enforced thereafter.
Crocker also contended that in such as
event it would eut out transcontinental
trade from through traffic Other railway officials expressed . view that the
law will bo strictly enforced, beginning
July 7th.
A GREAT FAMINE.
Boston, June IS.—Th. officers of th.
American board ot foreign missions hav.
received tidings of a famine now prevtll-
Ing on the Coholla plain in Asia Minor.
The harvest time hu just passed but not
a single sheaf of grain hu been ont in
all the plain, ordinarily so fertile. Already most of the farming villages are
deserted. The committee appointed at
Adine hu presented an appeal to benevolent people in America, This section of
country contains over 100,000 people,'
80,000 of whom an destitute. An eera-
est appeal for aid Is made by the American board.
.M "Alt Of DYNAMITE.
• "London, June IB.—A, jubilee day
approaches tests that the festival will
not pau without disaster increase.
Reports are received that the dynamiters have arranged ■ series of outrages. It is to the effect that high of-
finals and Scotland Yard are nervous
over the possibility of such a conspiracy. At tho beginning of tho work
of opening Westminster Abbey for the
royal ceremonies, an order wu issued
that the nationality and antecedent,
of every man engaged in the work
should bo exsmlned, and In the com of
anything doubtful being revealed they
should be discharged, At sn inquest
to-dsy upon the body of a workman
acoldently killed in the Abbey, the
evidence showed that the man, through
some unexplained neglect of Ihe officials, was given work without the
slightest pretious inquiry into his
character. Much indignation is shown
at thia carelessness, sod many believe
that th. dynamiters are conceded
among tho workmen. In court circles
the apprehensions amount almost to *
panic
WATSON All AIN DEBUTED.
Ottawa, Ont, June IS.—At a meeting in the house of common* of the
committeo on agriculture and immigration, this afternoon, a lively disoussion
took place on the statement of the
deputy minister of agriculture that the
American consular agent* in Canada
were quiet but active immigration
agents for th. United States, I Several
members denied this nnd said that the
real immigration agent for tho V. S.
in Canada is the Grand Trunk Railway which, by being kopt out of the
Northwest, offered inducement, to
immigrants to travel over its line.
Watson, Manitoba Member, thereupon movod that in tho opinion of tho
committeo the settlement ot Manitoba
would be promoted by allowing the
Grand Trunk to enter into Winnipeg.
Tho motion wm lost by two votes.
The Liberals protested against four of
the votes, but the chairman would not
reopen the subject, and the meeting
broke up in disorder.
A BIO BYDRACI.10 DOCK.
San Francisco, Juno 16,—A hyrau-
lio lifting dook constructed by the
Union Iron Works was completed and
Sut in operation to-day, the steel str.
rsgo being hoisted for repairs as test
The dock is not only the largest on the
const but is regarded as the most stupendous attempt to utilize hydraulic
power on the continent, being capable
of receiving the largest ships,
SB
•OBB*
sTRixno mm bands.   .
San Fiukouko, Jbsj* ,»».—Whn
the steamer Queeni of th* Pacific wo*
about to saflforSMDieg»yesterd*y
six men in the steward's dsputnuot
Suit work. Capt. GoodhalT of the:
lo.rn.hip Co. Unity made affldavrl
before U.S. wmrmasioiMn, ehatilag
tho six strikers with deHrtion. Jht
mcu have been taken into oujtody br
XltTK&SS
ship Men's' Association, may order *
strike in the steward's departmnt of
every one of the company*. atr*JMtt| I
20 in number, '   ;
•" EXECUTED KM! MATBICID*;.
Amiens, Jnne IS.—Mile
young woman: tn* executed1 today for
matricide. She wu taken to th* scaffold bare-footed, and wor. * whit* rob*
and black veil.   ..>,.,.    ..,,,/      .,i,,
.  Havana, Jun. iS.~Aiisll Is—at,.,
soldiers had a fight with the **ad of      .
Guanges Romero, killing that famous,   ,i ,
bandit.
THE EMTIROX 8 HEALTH. ,
Berlin, June IS.—Th* Raich in-
zeiger anncunon that while th. symptoms    attending    the   sickness  of''
the   Emperor    William    continue
to subside, the''heir to-day caught »
fresh ookV and owing to tht* and *> jf:
effeotoof hi. recent illaeua. willb. ,i 7 -
somewhat weakened and r*quir»*B*st,     ,.
The doubtful tone of thu bulletin hs*  .„.{,
renewed alarm op the bourse. .,  ",■
., nxisHnioTHaDaaATE.        ,
London, Jnne 15,-hBI* _, ,
close the debate on the Crimea\ 1
Friday, with a criticism pa eo
and the general policy of the "i
ment in Ireland.   Smith propo*** to
stop the debate Mid declare the bill     <
through the oommitte., stag. a*-iJ*..'V i
p.m. Friday, ud it is upwtwl th.  ..ri
members of the opposition will th*r*v
upon, without voting, leave In a body,
The   crown   prince   and   princes,
of Germany hav. arrived at Horwood.
SALEOrOLDBOOU.
London, June IS.—At the sale of -,
Lord Crawford'* library to-day the
Metarule, otherwise known u Ur.
Gutenberg Bible, thi eariitm book
printed with moveable mstaltypuon   ■
original oak boards, put up at 0H0    ..
pounds, resold for 2660 pounds.   Th*
Tyndale pentoleuch, in black letters,
brought 225 pounds, and Tyndale's
New Testament 230 pounds.   Milu
Covordale. Bible In Engium, bhu*     »
letters, with wood cut., first Bible   '
printed, brought 226 pounds.
TWO  WOTIOira AOOafWB,-- •
Washu, June 10,-Two sectidm *f "'f
the Cascade branch <4 the Northern
Pacific railway in Wsshington Ttrrl'
tory, aggregating 34 mils* in'
hive been eecepted.
TBI tUTON ALARMED.
London, June 16.—The Quun hu
become alarmed by the reporta that
the police bad discovered that toe
dynamite plot* hod been amnged to
be carried out during tke jubfle* week.
The home office antirorifie. wor. angry
because the pone* cusolossd th. in'
formation about the .listens* el tin .
plot., and called upon then for on explanation. The polios uid tkaynud.
the matter known in order todttor .
desperadoes from carrying out tha
J Ion which they may hav* forrmid.
ohn Bright hu written to Otadstosto:'
on a^logrfor lMKxmratoly qaottaf hi*
speech. Tl* latter eoataodia Mist-
lows: "I grim that I oannot sat with ,
you u in yean nut, but my jodgtnaart
ud conscienoe forbid it If I had
uid a word that'ieems nnfrinlly of
harsh I wiU uk you to forgiv. ft"    ~
JimtiEa
Glasoow, June 10.—The Qluea't
Jubilee wu celebrated her. to-day.
Grand memorial religious swvhiuwst*
held in th* cathedral. Six tlsMuad
people wwe giv*a dinner a* the sobli.
expense. Onto* th. teatais*of tb.
celebration wa* the review ot tea thousand troop*. A number of banquets
and balls will be given thi. evening,
aXRMAN NOTE*.
Berlin, Jun* 16—Th. wile* of l__
prohlbittho drcuhuloa of th. CWcage
Worbnen'tGatette.' In th. lint ttoaAtt I
of th. dirt HessnnjMtedtbs taftlsfS.
Ismgcrematica. Th. biU had pnvioasly
been passed la the second chamber. Th«
management of th. Stodt Tautr., at
Lcipsic, will produc a Kris* of w*g ''
ncrs work* Winning wish Rlensl aid
conolndlng with Dw Kiag DuWhlaa.
gen Berlin.
JUBILEE rSOOOAMME.
London, Jun. ltWiTb* Qu**n i*
excellent health.   Her
the jubilee, week isu fi
—Oourt removes to London, a c
party in the evening; Tneaaey—
Thanksgiving nrviet, reosptioa st. ■
Buckingham Palace; Wedntsosy—Re-
ceptlbn of oongratulation* at psioe.,
Queen visit* children's fet* in T '
Park oourt, and removes to Wlni
Queen receives addresses, unveils !„
statue in Castle Wlhatorj Thursday—
Reception of further cungintolatioti*
of 200 viMuhtMr fire blinds* in Windsor Park, visittohutof 700onnorth
terrace of cattle, dinner party! Friday-
German Crown Prince fill rwuln
rather pritate(y at Norwood park
visiting. Arch. Duke Rudolph, ot
Austria, willbring >utognphp*tNrrr«m
Emperor Jouph to Queen Victoria.
The King of Denmark hu slatted tor
London. Many prsunU aad o*V
dreuss of oongntokuioa. at* .eoptag
from th* British ooloniu ud Ear*-,
peso capital*.   ;,,.,'
'. ———
Mr. B. C. Wlnfew, '
"Itorlhrop k I^maai"Tei	
ocveryisavala«bniariMB*to tjlwk*
antronhMwHklsaliiMskM. ltrtoda
bottleof.lt aftersuf
snd the nsults ore c
expectations. It ass
derfully. I digest myf**d~wttan**p-
'   " •     '         tytn.
euh m.sl
d ii, •■ .■ i •   .
r«; ii/iii«l/    t
! _■ -. |i.ou uuviiuaij
Tf  MiscoAewq font fails #riti»h Columbian
T*l*n*w Evealas,
lu.ic.issi.
The OIM
At r
It sometime! makes a great differ-
once whoso ox is gored. For many
years—from the early day. when
the discovery of rioh gold deposit*
began to populate ancl develop the
■rutin wn07*vBa*s?(ti*ji nriejrana j! we
people of Viotoria hare been engaged ia a never-c*aiing *ftrt to
crush out of Jktgrlon^eVm w tn
the w.y «? ffiiPSB^j
When ixi^weffl.rii^n^.upihB
fraser duiing the geld exoitoment,
the city of Wertauutter suddenly
sprang into exurtenoe; and aa all
the interim ;#*«orad to be transferred here to flat-bbttonjed stoam-
en, the proflpeoj^'of it*' ^pining
an important,trade aantei-..'. were
most excellent Viotoria was not
slow to perceive this, und immediately let about the adoption of such
measures as aeemed calculated to
suppress tha rival city and preserve
to herself the monopoly of provincial trade. A great deal of money
was spent, and many live* were
lost, in atteawbi t* diworer smd
establish a'neHer retitel to Cariboo
which would ltove tie Fraser "and
Westminster hopeleuly sidetracked.
These attempt* ■ctjF!L~t ^'«-"•-
Bute Inlet mas»*ci
These attompU'rouawed with the
whioh prompt^ them heverchi
Finding it^ h^peiess topreyent 'VjftA-
minster fr*m,,an^ng ifce advantage* of trnffc to and fcwn. Cariboo,
the Viotaeleju then weight ts) divert
attention from the; rnainlmd altogether by Ikwrhirig imaiinary mine*
on Vanoouver Island 7nd altmg; the
northwest coast" In this they met
with conrideraHe success, aa hundred. ormHrieri were' turned away
from OaiP;P|>*|iMM,p
in fruitles* efforts to extract honey
from the barren, rocks. In order to
give Victors* merchants a monopoly
of tha whole*.)* trad*, the oity of
Viotoria wu made a "free port,"
while every pound of merchandise
coming to the mainland was subject
to a oustoms duty of '\%wy sent
But eves) these thing* were not *uf-
ticient toa*>tiafy the.mbition ojt the
""•nd city. % Tj^frM *%,&*%
Srovince was fixed, at Westwin»ter;
ut the people of Victoria began to
see that this gav. the Royal City a
prestige which, with increasing trade
facilities, would sooner or later
make her a' dangerous, rival By
meani which need not be here enumerated, influence wa* brought., to
bear on an irresponsible legislature,
and by a majority vote it waa decided to take th* capital away from
Westminster and plant it in Victoria) Thi* patrag* for a time accomplished the object of ite perpetrators. While Victoria rejoiced in
the new accession to her population,
nnd the expenditure of large turns
of official taomi among her business
men, Wettmiijrter began to decline
and ungiiitb, and her people becanje
thoroughly ..ditheartened and dis
couraged. Victoria then became
British Colombia, the oentre of
everything, end with lavish hand
it. the public
ing her surround.
moneys in.b
ing*. Tha,niafu#cent drives about
the capital city *nd the splendid
road. torouboBt, the diitrict are
the delight ol all visitorer they were
built with our money. We were
robbed of 1$f capital, and afterwards
taxed to import tho luxury of our
despoilers. When the question of
locating the 0. P. R. come up, Victoria mode e,v,ery .effort to prevent
the line .corning down the Fraser
vtlley, mm,,b would necessarily
pas* near Wastniiajter. Her pro
posal waa to bring the railway via
Bute Inlet, MreMfieyuour Narrows,
and on to Victoria.;' In this she
very nearly succeeded; but,.fortunately, common sense W something
to do with the determination, of' the
«!»t*, tM:\^[w#fa§0Si
th* fresh water terminus of the
tjaiuHwntisptotal lint. About the
time the battle of routes wa* being
fought oat, the people of Victoria
conceived anoth* brilliant schem.
to boyoett Westminster. Th*
"through-to Yale" plan was adopted
—that is, a fiat-bottomed steamer
(the Slope) was constructed to run
from Viotoria to Yah direct without
Alr,.,»W"«nt,1Wj»!imin-
, ip^^»&,*4atoye^
from tha inaaripr */*d*. Theven
tare w****t a**s4 of a incous, and
the srrvie* W*i ton* ago abandoned.
Next tht'iAle of Victoria boomed
Port HriffiigjJM a*».rival to West-
roinster, but iha jthjng wu a complete fluki, ,fmm oburvotion. .re
euggMteduln-.ttie attitude of the
Viotoriapteujurt now because the
steanship Abyssinia has dared to
aail rigfe by Victoria on its way
from China tt» mainland port.   To
tit**on;,>ut ("**r t*ruaing the
above (Memo* of solid laoU, pet-,
hap* tHf aay rsawsaber how dif-
fttwUy tktogt atfpmrti when the
Bi*tolaiio*»t^*Wiig gored! "ft
have no de*lr» tojajT"'
Viotoria
i, and we
itmating
__t mnn ot
         TsviXM
Urt\e4 Month* le^Uatitra at lu
hut teuton: "Viotoria had done
nothing for the 0. P. R, and although he lived in the city he kn*w
it Mis Ule mMt sectional and selfish
pis* iKthtffcrovlnce. .If. wants to
ge|f>vejr|thi||| nn^giye'npthing."
Is there anything more annoying than
having your corn stepped upon ? Is there
anything more delightful than getting
rid of It t Holloway's Corn Core will do
It.   Try it nnd be convinced.
For Sale or Lease.
A FARM CONTAINING 846 ACRES-
A partly Improved, situated on the
North Arm, Fraser River, about I ml es
from Mew Westminster and eboutsmlles
from Vancouver. For particulars apply
lo JAMES MILLER. sVa Island. North
Arm, or to JOBS SPROTT, Immigration
Agent, New Westminster.       dwjelrnl
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Hoard tt Directors, 18S6-8T':
R.E. CORBOULD. President.     ,,
C. M. McNATJOHTEN, Vice-President
W. H. KEARV, Soc.-Treasurer.
Messrs.
.. - iW. N. BOLE, M.P.P.j H. ELLIOTTl
j. Wt HARVEY; J. CUNNINdHAJI.
DIBJX3TOB8' ANNUAL REPORT.
Oestlehem—In presenting our report
for fiscal year ending 31st March, 1887,
we beg to state that It will be an utter
impoiftbillvy to run the hospital free of
debt on {the grant jnst voted by the gov-
eminent for the ensuing financial year.
The surgeon bas been attentive in his
duties andreports a large Increase In the
number jot patient, admitted during the
year, shewing also that we have received
patients from all parts of the province.
' There are a number of Incurables In
this hospital, stmie of whom were brought
from Victoria hospital years ago. The
slim of 11,000 a year hu been voted for a
convalescent home In Victoria, tho lut
few years. The Board think, therefore,
that some of these incurables should be
shipped back to Victoria.
A great number of Improvements have
been made during the year, walls and
fieorsrepslred, . wash-house built, tbe
two cesspool, thoroughly cleaned; the
building being old, requires constant repairs, which entails considerable expend-
jnhre.1 f
The. hospital hu been filled to Its
utmost capacity during the whole year.
The Board desire to thank subscribers
for generous snbstriptlons, lists of which
tre' annexed, and without which it would
have been found Impossible to have kept
the Institution free of debt; also the congregations of Holy Trinity Church, St.
Andrew's (Presbyterian), Methodist and
Baptist Churches for hospital Sunday
collections, and the following ladies and
gentlemen for old clothes, linen, books,
papers etc.:—Mesdames C. T. Woods, C.
K. Woods, Major, Lennle, H. Elliot, W.
J. Armstrong, W. B. Townsend, Dong-
k., Edmonds, 3. W. Harvey, Baker, W.
H. Keary, T). Hennessey, Cnmmlngs, A.
M. Herring, Bronsklll, Sisters St. Ann's
ConvenVWies W. C. T. U., Bachelors'
B.11 Hatchery, Messrs. I.B. Fisher, 2.8.
Hall. R. I. Bentley, J. 8. McDonnell.
The Burgeon's report is appended heie-
to, and gives full details of the work
accomplished fir the year
Tn^average cost per day for each resident patient In the hospital, which in-
eludes the dUbursemente on out-door
patient., Is 67 cents,
fi W.H. KEARY,
,   . Hon. Secretary.
SURQEOS* REPORT
Foa Yea* Esmixo Slsr Maucii, 1887.
To the Membere ef the Board of Director*:
QEbtTLEMEN.—I have .the honor to
herewith present the report on this Hospital for the year ending 11st March, 1887:
Number ot Indoor Patients .'..;. 103
" Outdoor    "      00
" Remaining In Hospital. 18
»        Died,.;... „.. .„. 14
Csnses of death of the fourteen who died
.and length of tlmo In Hospltnl!~l typhoid fever, 6 dys; 1 alcoholism, Is dys; 1
effect, of Are at Vancouver, 4 mos. 10 dys;
;lbroncblUs,4dyS; 1 Inltanintlonof bowels,' sdys; 1 oonMimptlon, 2 mos. 26 dys;
1 syphilis; 9 dys; 1 paralysis, 4 dys; 1 aneurism (popliteal), 4 mos. 2tl dys; 1 general
debility, 2 mos, 27 dys; 1 aneurism (arotal,
Udys; 1 old age,Sdys; 1 paralysis,23dys;
Idropsy,Sdys; total, 14.
Althouih the number of deaths Is large
tbe short number of days In the Hospital
of a large proportion of them shows that
they came In In a hopeless condition.
Tbe place. Where tbe Indoor patients
were received from are as follows:
Ladner's Lauding.. 2
Langley 2
Clover Valley 1
Harrison River  1
Mad Day. 3
Chllliwhack 1
North Arm, Fruer 1
Ilnelnn Bar ..' 1
Casslar 1
Fraser River 2
Mission 2
Pitt Meadow.. 1
 .im
Viotoria	
Kamloops".'... '..'. b
NewW.stmin.ten.2A
Bonanorte ." 1
a
4
a
Port Moody
HUU.gs.....
Wi
_     B...H
Total..
The nnmberof Incurttblcs now In the
HoiplUI In twelve (lil. Ti.li large number requiring to to lakon oare of from
 . '— "Impotwlbletomake
-> ImpmVflmenti In
. „tlitt limited lapply
_  tve introduced the table of
rwldencei to ibnw the people of Etltlih
Oolumbla that they all oiinltt to take an
 it In helping on this luitttntlon,
•Jrhlfth In Inoreajlng Id unefulnow every
year, aa may be keen by comparing the
number of Indoor patlenu of the prevlom
year -neventy-ftve |76>-wlth thia year-
one hundred and three (108),
We still require a lot of draining to be
done about and from the building. The
floom and walls hnve been Improved and
Se new wash-room la a great addition to
e comfort of the place.
-1 have great pleasure In thanking a
number of friends of the Hoapital for pre-
bulldingnnd his klndQesa and attcutlon
to the wants of the sick and Mb renditions
in carrying out all my directions. Before
closing this report I must offer my sincere
thanks to the medical gentlemen wbo mo
kindly offered their assistance to myself
whenever required durl db the past year.
irs FWthfully,
a I. BENTLEY, M. B.
I nm Yours Faithful.
Surgeon It, c'. H.
THEASUUEU'S REI'OHT.
In presenting the accounts for the past
'ear. the Treasurer bea to eall attention
.0 tbe factthattheoutlay has been rigidly
scrutinised, lo which he has boon ably
assisted by the Steward, Mr. Dlgby. There
 llttw, prospect of any reduction of
llture. Yon will  notlco tbat tbe
 *iave been liberal and have
Isslstance In keeping the
of debt.  It Is to be regret-
BiSSitt8?Bw*-^Bi
i*  v:wmasr;&*e
TWasurer.
The TaEASDEEB in Acer, with the Bov-
Ai, Coi,uMeiAN Hospital.
axcEirro.  ' '
To Balance from 1SSW. .1 9Mfl
Oovernrant errant, 4,8; 00
raying Patients, Si2 40
raieettonsindBubsorlptlons,  ban
" Presbyterian, ^
B.B. Henna, proceeds of Ball
atBlgln,
„ Hi*. T»wjfc proceeds of .SaH. nt
1011
By Audit,.
ixnusinis*.
Bedding, »1|5
Ss:, MB
Drues .nil Aprllanops, *S
Furngire, ~ ffljK
Fuel, 4 _Qo_
^Brooerles, ofsas
Insurance, ,30 00
Light, 1"2 00
Meat and Fish, 'S8 81
Medical Comforts, » »J
"II":. SS S3
Nimlnji, 1»JSH
New Wash House, 210 00
Repairs to Buildings, 198 211
Notaries, 1,387 60
Stationery, Printing, Ae., 87 03
Shipping Inourabl., 23 00
Vegetables, »00
Washing, 130 00
Balance" *»78
16*33 32
To Balance after paying aocte. to '
Maroh 81st,   ' ' 03 78
Exarnlned and found correct,
W. H. FALt
NewWestmlnster, May 7th, 1887.
W. H. FALDING,
Audita
Hit of Sabicrlbe-i to Hoipltil.
MOODYVILLE.
Moodyvllle
S. M. Co., tm 00
& Springer, 6 00
A.N.C.lflng, 5 00
W.T.MoGr*th,5 00
F. James, 2 60
R. H. Flood. 2 00
K.   Cadwall-
ader,
J. Little,
W. Gower,
J. H.Hondor-
son,
H. B. Waller, 2 SO
T. Tamaree, 1 SO
O. Q. Harbell, 1 SO
A. May, 2 SO
J.MoWhbiney,2 50
N. Trim, 2 00
A. Brown, 1
J. Doyle, 1
O. Armstrong, 1
A. McCallnm, 1 SO
2 SO
2
SOO
1 SO
2 SO
ISO
ISO
2 60
2 00
L. Swett,
3. Fisher,
O. White,
A. Andrews,
W. McLtod,
W.A. Winger, 1 00
M.Beek, 100
H. 1'lke, 2 BO
D.MeCalluin,   2 60
W. Dineen,    10 00
A. Robert,
3, Chapman,
E. Green,
Q. Williams,
S. Haslam,
W. Saunders,
A. K. Calkins,
B. Umlah,
J. Bisgren,
E. Martin,
3. Lester,
D. Bailey,
100
2 60
160
ISO
1 00
100
ISO
2 60
100
1 00
200
1 00
J.W.Twaddle.ie 00
1160 60
RICHMOND.
W.D. Ferris, tl 00
J. Frcstidge 26
A. Kilgour, 1 00
J. T. Errlniton, 76
Geo. Carsoillen,  60
D. McDonald, 100
Mrs. Gerow,       26
H. Somerville,
8. Yozall,
J. Johnson,
J.Shaw,
E. CKlrkland, 1 00
F. D. Taylor, 1 00
Capt. Stewart, 1 00
60
100
I DO
100
160
100
LADNER'S
T. McNeely, f10
H.N. Rioii, 5 00
Jas. Bone, 100
Chas.Clausen, 1 00
W.L.MeBride, 1 00
N. H. Bain, 2 60
W. Kirkland, 1 00
J. B. Burr, 100
H. Helliensen, 1 00
John Sir,
Shanly,
J. Jones,
K. Smith,
D. Smith,
H. McDonald,
Jos. Griffiths, 2 66
Jno. Ferguson, 1 00
John Swanson, 1 00
J.WvMlller, 100
Jas. Miller, 1 00
Wm. Nlcoll, 60
Hugh Boyd, 1 00
Mrs. Thornier, 100
12326
LANDING.
G. McKenzie,   100
Wm.MoKee,   2 00
J.   C.   Fernl-
hough, 2 50
A. Gilchrist, 100
Sharpe*Paine,2 60
D, Woodward, 2 00
Geo. Green, 1 00
Chris. Brown, 1 00
LULU II8AND.
ihom
Walter Lee, tl 00
E. J. Jones, 1 OO
Mrs. Peterson, 1 00
Frank Jeason, 1 00
Cly ft Swift, 100
O. F. Bylander, 60
Thos. Kidd, 2 60
Blair Bros., 2 00
London Bros., 2 60
Geo. London, 60
John Dall, 1 00
Ed. MlUerson, I OS
M. Welch, 2 50
A.E.Anderson, 100
AlfredAdham,2S0
M.M. English, 2 SO
E. S. Bartruff, 1 50
Chas. Friend, 50
Jas. McKay, 1 00
M. Steves, 2 60
Thos. Lindsay, 1 00
F. Humphrey, 2 00
John Green, 1 00
Thos. Harris,
John Taylor,
Ely Sanders,
David Reid,
8. M.Pe*rson, 1 00
Chanoey Leo,' 1 00
Thirk!eftTiffln,2 60
Rise Rees, 1 00
H. McDonald, 2 60
200
200
100
MOUNT LEAMAN.
D. Nicholson,!    60L. Paqui,
E. W. King, 1 00 J. Yowert,
Jas. H. Lee, 1 00 L, Fletcher,
I.U.McGregor,    60
(46 60
50
100
SO
tfi 00
WADE'S LANDING.
F. E. Wade,   16 00|K.G.McKenny,2 00
Ralph Burton, 2 00>F. E. Wade,    1, 00
•10 00
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Corbould ft
MoColl, . I
J.  Gunning*
100
10 00
10 00
Hy. Elliott,
C.McDonough.lOOO
J.E!Urd&Co,10 00
S.H.Webb, 10 00
J. A. Calblck, 6 00
I.B. Fisher, 20 00
L. L. Doane, 10 00
Ju. Cash, 6 00
Van Volken-
burg ft Bro, 10 00
E. 8. Scoullar
ft Co., 10 00
Jas. Punch, 2 60
H.Johnson, 2 60
A Kilgour, 26 00
Alf«dAd«ns,14O0
Geo, Mead, 2 60
W. Vlanen. 2 00
J. E. Phillip., 2 00
J.S. Macdonell.l 00
D. S. Curtis, 2 60
A.M.HerrJng, 2 SO
J.Cnnnlngham. 2 60
D. Robson,      100
HOPE.
C. Galloway, tS 00
G. Wilkinson, 2 60
Chas. Murphy, 1 00
Roland Rider, SO
J.W. Wlrtb, 2 00
Wm. Yates, 2 00
J. A. Fraser, 1 00
Hudson BayCo,2 00
3u. Oerrigan, 2 60
Ju.Wardle,    2 60
dmylOml
$190 00
A. H. Coppen,
J. Murphy,      100
J. O. JlrUtol, 10 00
D. A. McDon
aid,
a Silver,
J. H. Bears,
Luke Gibson,
W.'L, Flood,
100
160
100
200
1 60
2 60
M3 00
MR. O. O. QOODWIN. OF VICTORIA,
Will visit New Westminster shortly,
t lew days, Orders for tuning may be
left at Lyal's Bookstore.
dnp20lc     '     HOODWIN A JORDAN.
Dental Notice.
IEXPKCT TO LEAVE FOR THFJ IN-
lerlor on th. 80th Inst, to be absent
one month.  All requiring dental work
please lake notice and govern themselves
aocordlngly.            O. E. C. BHOWN.
. .dwinra.lml	
THE CITY OF LONDON
OF LONDON, ENGLAND.
CAPII4L,      •      •      MJMJba.
Dominion Oov't Deposit, WOO "JO.
IU tMDM*TM»i FltiMUMNirillTY
Wilt™ AUtsJIUT MTM.
Follele. Written and Losses Adjusted and
PaldwIlhoulBefereneetoHomeOflloo.
"iSr1'*1"	
Agent, Vancouver,
aa* Agents wanted In unrepresented
Ghm.nl Agent for British Ooltmbl.. ;
dmy27ml
Brighouse Estate.
A LL PARTIES ARE
ii. tlonett against put-.
ErTahouse or executing mt  _
portion of the above cstite
sanction of Manuelln Brig
or ber solicitors.
daplSto       HANUELLA. BRIGHOUSE.
I
EnnoATioa BnANcnoF
PnOVIXCIAX SECBtTAHY'3  DEFAHTM.NT,
Victoria, UaySSth, 1187.
OTICE IS HEREBY'
,,   the Annual Examlni.,
Jates for Certificates' of .QX
tench In the Publlo Qehools
vlnee will be held In Iho A,
Hall, Victoria, commencing
July4tb.nt loWtji,' ~~
Intending candidates are required to
notify this Department and furnish testimonials prior to June 241b.  : "'''; '<  *
Appllonnts for Renewal of Oertllcates
are hereby notlfled to oomply with the requirements of sub-sootloa 8 of seettontl
of the •'Public Sohool AcUoW."    i' ■'■:
dmyJSm 8upcrlnten^e%!wBd«e.t{on,
SITTINGS OF THfrflppNTY OOURT
of cariboo will behold-:. •■ ■■"
At Clinton. Frid w, 18th May, 1*87.
AtLlllooe{,WednVs?ay, 18th May,18»r.
At 160-Mile H0oae7"toe»dny,jKi[lb!»e,
1887. ■''*'''
' At Soda Creek, Thursday, sOlh Jnne,
1887.
AtQuesnellemonth, Monday, 4th July,
At Rlohneld, Saturday, oth July, 1*87.
By Command,
: JNO. ROBSON,
Provlncl.lSecretary.
Provtnol.l Secretary's Offlee,
UOth April, lSif. daplstd
TO ROAD CONTRACTORS.
OEALED TENDERS WILL BE REIT) eelved by the undersigned up to noon
M laiartay tk. IMk lut*. for certain repairs tot the road between New Westmin.
ster and the South end of F»lse Creek
Bridge, which will Include the cbnslruo-
tion of abont 47 chains of new road.
Specifications can be seen and forms for
tender obtained at the OovernmentOfllee,
New Westminster, and at tho offlee ore.
o. Johnson, Deputy Registrar County
Conrt,Vancouver.
The lowestor any tender not necessarily
accepted. ■
C. WARWICK,
Gov't Agent-
New West., June 8,1887. djedtd
Every Man to his Own Business
PRACTICAL
CHEM 1ST & DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA  STREET
(OPP   COLONIAL BOTEL1,
NEW  WESTMINBTKR,  B. O.
Pajilclans' Prescrln(lon» aud family Recipes a Bpeelalt*.
N   B. — Only Genuine Drugs used,
Over twenty years' eimujenoe^   .mrjji
 IK I
RATES OF
By IkeOldKeluUe
or LOKDON.
rpAKE NOTICE THAT I HAVE BEEN
1 authorised- by tbe Manager to cut
downtherateaas low,If not lower,than
any other Company In this Province.
WSWWllXI.X«HJiS.
AOENT.
New Westminster, May fflrd, 1887.
' '      Jtnfflmi
REPRESENTING THE
PlWlW
or BBOOBLIB, a. v.,
/Etna Insurance Go.
Of BMKrMas,
ARE BBEBABBP 'TO .TAK* RISKS
.. li. ua.j Mhtr (isjiwf rspre-
senteyher»i -  ■    —-'•''   ■
' We also s»ve the .ssured time ud Iro.i-
ble by lielns .bl. to write our policies
&vvmiS8ir tovi«""i""B«'
W»0M, ttUII 4 eiMBLK,
Agents, NewWestmlnster, B.C.
1st Jnne, 1887. djetml
Mm *h«8ioi«m 1st aim mi
STARR KWNEV PAD,
'•Treatment by Abi...
time been rccognlv1-
be the most ef
ofoonteyhig	
Uyef.vbut.nrnsesof,
Comiilalntft ttitentl
tre«tm?ntwnMprrt(
til ttw IntntUuctlon of-i
Pad. rIt emit* lexriMinnl	
tion atitl Is Immeasurably "»»*•# decisive
andtMMwthtni any Quantity of itdtmal
Mcdielnaldoitnu. Worrflmmixllately over
tho seut of plMuine.ltrt cninttlyo properties
hi't'Oino nbiiorbeil byJheillKAtuedamlcn*
(•ebledOrKunN.contlnuoiinly and directly,
hi required lo Insure In return (heir healthy action nml original vlgmiiV It is com-
fi.rUblc lo i tie puflont am plftuent In IU
effects, ami cures when nothing else can.
Tho Starr Kltlncy Kd aooompllsbM positive, decisive remiltn. A more valuable
InToronto, Is u permanent wire our* for
diseases, disorders and ailment, of th.
Kidney., Bladder am	
system, or attendant op
.—iui,w.nwn
P^ng'nSn'!
oos mld'irltlon.'ln.u,,,,; -:
eloSn&^hepresetjee'
of diseases common to the
tl.e organs-known tt*
•      "dmaod
A CHANCE
mo MAKE HOUSE RENT AtJD «
m
^^Vo\tT^iVpoT
VTOTICB IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll 80 days after date wc, the undersigned. Intend making application to the
Cfilef Commissioner or Lands and Works
tor perminsioi. to lease for timbering purposes tbe following described land:
Commencing at a stake placed atthe
Intersection of the North line of Leainy
A Kyle's timber limit, known as Limit B,
With a lake distant abont Smiles northerly from Cardero Channel; thence,run-
nlog North fl) ohalns. West 38 chains.
North 20chains. West Wenalns, North »
ohalns, West 30 chains. North 20 chains,
Wilt « chatns.to the flouth-westcorner
poift thence North 30 chains, Bast W
chains. North 30 chains, East *o ebalns,
NortbWohalni, Raal Mohalns, NorthSO
chains. East 40 chains,, South 20 ohatps. to
the lake snore: thence West, following
lake shore to place of commencement-
containing 1820 acres, more or less.
LEAMY A JCYLB.
Vanoouver. B.C., 81st May, 1887. djetimi
JOHN S. COX,
IMPORTER ft DEALER IN
TT_COSTS NO MORE TO KEEPOOOD
Fowls than lt does to keep poor Fowls.
.dy Breeding Pens are eqi
the united States or Canada.
My Breeding^ Pensrare_ eqnal to nny In
I propose to famish Eggs from premium
•ntf first-class Fowls, my design being lo
establish a reputation that wllfiaSt,
Cash must accompany all orders,
Address, with stamp,
JOHN S.COX,
dwfeTIo NewWestmlnster.
OF THE HARRI8QN,
riwjt tee ud Btti M
ENDORSED BY THE LEADING PHYSICIANS.
PRIVATE SWIMMING AND VAPQB
BATHS.
6EPABATE AFABTJIENTS FOB tADlEi
With Experienced Attendants In Charge
Halcl Acroramotlntlon  nasarpassed*
With graduated rates.
Stages meet all trains at Agasslx's Sta-
UonVO.P.R.
ggfNo improper persons allowed on the
premises.
Saturday rate by C. P. tl.—Westminster
to Agassi:* and return, only $2 GO. Tickets
good for 15 days.fc.0fl. dwJeOte
PIAl^RTES.
GOLD ^|pW.    ]'|JnpfiT A^D.
laToaton' ExUlilUon. tendon.
IRKMAN are noted for their eupe-
allty of workmanship nnd material
em pfoyed. .">*..
The Pianofortes made hy this old-established Arm are specially adapted to the
climate of each country whence they are
exported. :
mm iron frames, overstrung, clieck notion, and all the lateat improvements, ensuring brilliancy of tone.
ROBERT WARD & CO
VIOTOB1A,
tale Agents txa antuh l.l.mbl..
dwje4w2     '
SfcowlBg the Datei and Plates tt
0«lrti of Asilie, Kill Prlua, aid
Ojrer and Terminer,Tor Ike
tear 1881.
8PRINO ASSIZES.
[On Vauconv.r Island]
Victor!. Monday loth May.
Nanalmo .Tuosdny ,7tliT June.
[ Oa Mainland ]
NewWeBtmlnster.Wcdncsdny...lth May.
Kamloops Monday....... 6th June.
Clinton Monday....,...,Will Jnne.
FALL ASSIZES.
I On Mainland]
Rlohneld Mondsy.........iath Sept
Clinton Wednesdoy...»th sept,
Kamloops H.......Monday;........srd' OofT
IdPtton Monday 10th Oct.
NewWestmlnster.. Wednesday ...Mil Nov.
f Ob V.neonv.v lsl.n* ],
Victoria Monday !8lh November.
Nanalmo .Tuesday 6th December.
dapatd
WHITE
18 KING!
MAVINO SECURED THE AOEKC Y
for this celebrated Machine, I
i be pleased to send one on trial to
any person desirous of purchasing.' The
Haonlnes are sold on their own merits,
B.*wtta$ta*',gu*tanteed by the Com-
p»y lor five years.
C.   J.   KOBSOiti'S
Fruit, Confectionery k Fancy Glassware 4 China Store,
«oie*rti* St.,
ajMtr
Kew tfeit.
.    ,-..-.■■■.. :.;    j_.   .
mmmmim
bind Registry Ordinance, 1610.
L».E.X tt tke».E.j
TewasBp 4, In ike I
s/eslnilBsler.
JBEAS THE OERTIFIO.
Title of Joseph Hoskln to tl
bas been lost or destroyed,
r Ion has been made for a-'
.hereof; notice is therefore her,.
that a fresh certificate of title will „	
ed In lieu of that so lost or destroyed, nn-
loss cause bo shewn to the contrary In
one month from the date hereof.
It. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, 90th May, 18*7.
, -      idmytmn    ■■■■"■,, -
liupmsiOMilHl.
[St1!.!!
WM McCOLL,
Siitr.l Uia!
Dry Good*, Men's Furnishlnpi,
Groceries & Provisions.
LDNDBOM'S DLOCR, Oolumbl. Bt
dw>au8le
nit mm»
NURSfflY
Fruit Trees,
OrBflBealalIr«e»,       .
And QARDEN STOCK on band In treat
variety.1 ""     -•"rr,T-f.TOI-".
Everything flrst-elass and furnished Jn
good shape.
1 O.W. HENRY,
dwslellte        Port Hammond, B.C,
EMPLOYMENT
 AND—
From  JOHN  ELLIOTT ft SONS, of
London, Ont., which will arrive here
about Jnne 24th. '.,
**■ Pay no attention to what other
agents say, W. H. Jenkins will 81} his
orders to purchaseri.  Satisfaction or no
dwmyMto     ' W.H. JENKINS.'   .,'
_ UNDERSIGNED HA VINOOPEN.
_, ed an Employment omosend Com,
mission Ageney In Hew Westmlmtterrln.
vltesaoalifrora alt In want of employ,
ment, In search of help, or who wish the
services of a ootnmlsslon agent.    "' •■;•"■
If you    '    '     '
Want a Situation,
Want a Job,
Want a Servant,
Want a Firm Hand,
Want Work of any kind, or
Want Anybody to Work-
Call at the office.
Also—Agent lor Marvin A Tllton for the
celebrateditrlenlsnral Maealaery manufactured by the' Massey company; of
Toronto, Ont.  '
jo:
Columbia St. (^Joining PMIIIcC.rrlMte
Works). P. O, Box SS, New Westmin.
ster. dwjette
Look Here!
rP YOD WANT TO  MAKE  A NICE
To a friend or relative, go down to STIR-
SKY'S and look al pome of those extra*
ordinary iMrmlas In
Ladles'
8(1*1
Or If you want n useful ornament for your
house, examine those beautiful May
slrlkli* Macks, with cathedral tongs,
lie Is selliuuat BOTTOMJP.R$ES.
rr.trhM, from t-1 upwards, .11 warranted
»tM W«n* aeHlrlMMpMLilly, and
good workmanship guaranteed; *    -
asrRemomber the  place—the "Blue
*W»>;" • ■• ■■ ■,
dweuiyl       Coluniblo8|.f New, West.
PUMPIM
OFJ^|)C#<iWQ.
■8TABLI8HIO IMI
Risks Taken at Rates
lis Low Many other
Reliable Oomp'y.
T.R, PEARSON,
dooTte       (a O. B. A P. Co.) AOENT.
wl.S-jii
DEAIJtR IN
A Urge AsMrtmentof
OBYjiqrc^m
-AND-
GROCERIES
ALWAYS ON HAND.   ';   "
Hay awaA' -S^MSdL
WHOLESALE AND R«T«I*
Werun two states d>lly,«icept8uaeaysj
to Port Moody, oarrylng H.M.S. nulls.
As no liquor or tobMWliasedw. cau.by
lempentte hablU ud c.refol economy
etna the pnbllc al «pM(M|y km- rats*.
Power of Attorney,.
Dress-Makingl
Misses MoDOUGALL
COLOMBIA   8T»EET,:i ''■"•■
New Westminster, B.C.
;lsfactlongrmr.nfeea,  "depute  '
^roaftbB."
■VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1> Wdays ttlat due I, H.nry KllniM.-
lend to applyto theCblef CommlsSMner
of Land, and Work, to porcb.se {Secret
N'.^^ttr'^sfM^SerltSd'''?.
follows: [
Cornmenelnt.t the N.E, corner el tbe ,
N.W. Jiof See. «; thenoe East 40 chains;
»ffir«^05Kn}?b%,^^
(i
„.'
Northwesterly direction" toThe "in
brteoWr^i^isWKb
to plwe of bwlnoln.-b.lot tklTEaat ball
of Sections s .nd 11, T.xada lalani).
Victoria, B.C.,Jiineil
(Bat
Has on the Road another Carload of
irs, Horse Rakes,
3sroRd?3S
poivf'PA.iT'Tr
Capital. $3,0(10,000;   Loism ,
Paid, |48,0OO,0»O
ff^ff*1^11*1*'11*****'*-'^!' ,.',
Rates at Low as any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
tr KJiks promptly taken, and ,Losses
satisfaotorlly adjusted.
T. R. PEARSON,
dojfllo (B.C.8.'*KCo.')'A8H«Ti
: lm*amtaxjm.x. '
H0M1AYS
in m*m_ nm m
BVYfKO FROM THE 'MANlipAfj.;
turers tor cash, I am In a position
toseU at bottom price..   My Goods .r.    '
ot Un put up to ma.* *,&*
taken off.   CeJlaodsMtaiasaht-
lor. puroharing dsmhere,
tr Fin. Watoh Repairing a Spulalty.
J.w.lry mad*toen|«r. »      .. ■■ ;f- ;
F. CM4t|t|!* .,.,.,.,..
WATCHMAKER
OrrosiixiHsBAKk.   '' ' dwJ.lste    '
—mm'
signment of
[[il
iliifl
fWhich he will sell cheap. '.;a]Fte»
strumento may be pwchased
r cash or In monthly ihitai-
Hients, to wit purchaser. Call
and get my figures before purchasing elsewhere, and it will be
to your interest   i
Second-hand Piano* and Or*
gan*. for wile or to rent
try Stotei^oWmWa Street '■
dwmhlle     Ts W, PEAMOHi v iv-'rr--.
THE MATH OP OORmim
A Fugs In Virgin
--■••-•- i*|3fa|
mm
lory.
o Un
tie Bev-
publlshwl-
The negroi
nancera, and the liwt ilcenos
ilutlon having taken place Bare, sup-
i led the people" with an astonishing
rand ot tneodoti and reminiscence, and
Ii.t negroes wero uot slow to take their
■lull". '■'■    '/''.""
Tho flurry oi 1812, when a British ship
ir two appeared In York River, and the
ia king of Hampton occurred, afforded
he very old negroes, who might poBsl-
Ish them af____T___flfff-'ThtJ *Mn
.Ions and tradition., aud It 1* not un-
■oraraon to this day to find a venerable
1 rkey who not only dearly remembers
•d« resolution," but?"
n It, tnd w*« on'
nsoy with Washington and Lord Corn-
vaills both.
On* ot th* meat famous ot them waa
i certain Undo Manuel, belonging to on*
it tha old families here, who** account
^V^frtT^re'vtly
vay than tha comparatively tarn* story
elated In th* history books.
Uncle Manual wis a preacher on Sun-
.•^'jrfftSttftfffifiic
le darkle* round about, tat. adored by
Ihe ohlldren o( thepuwt«r»lnihe neigh-
orhood, who never read ot nny event
a history ol TJ^eb TJnele.H^uoVwa,
tot an eye witness, nor ever beard ot
ny place In th* geography that Undo
fanuel hadn't been to.
He had seen Napoleon Bonaparte
f somewhar near de Hort CaUlnjr lifte,
ie didn't 'raotly reeomembe'r," and had
lowed Niagara. The latter, however,
Isappolnted him very mkoh, and dldat
firow up halt aa much' spray as ''de
'hale dat got stranded In d.rlbber, an'
/hen be 'anort ho blowed de shingle.
ffTn yo' pa'* newoatn:"—' "*"""
■ " De battle of York " wa* his piece de
cststanee, and nothing pleased him ao
auoh as aolroleot ohlldbh faces), Wound
[imtaggitpa   :'r^r: ■;:
|o tell us'
' Uncle Manuel,'Me"* bashful young
ady asked to *lng, required consider-
ble urging.
" Now, children, you dona baud At
lo man tell 'bout d»t,"      fK^T     -
"Yes—yes—but tell us some more."
The feet wu Undo Manuel'* tooounts
jiild not become monotonous, because'
; s never told them twice the sun* way.
u' ten you°"uMn*'bout It. *Do*n n<£
ody know r.ore'n Bnole Manuel, knae I
'as wld Olneral Wasnligton aU detune.
' " You see, ol* mar**—yo' gran'pa—he
vo nigh ter Yorktown, an' olneral
Washington and Olneral Lafayette day
Ht dere, sparkin' do young ladles. I
ear Miss Busan herself de day eh* tote
m bote ah* wam't gwlne to merry
eldor on* on 'em—an dat was do fust
n'onllest Urn* I eber Me Olneral Wash-
igtonory. He lee'tailored an'hollered
at day, an' he say, oryln':
"' Manual, my heart Is broke.'
. " I tell you some mora 'bout dat pres'-
j'y.   Well, Olneral Washington arter
smsfmsam
IU tUfflAHlWIIU.- I'
ir liaiovtnasei
tran'nai
[ "' Kurnel, dis hoah boy Manuel am a
kely chap. I'd like mightily ter hav*
lm. I gin' you ten o' my be*' niggers
ordlsheahboy.' "-
} "But ole mars* he (ay:
; "• Olneral.Waalungton, I1wouldn't
»ko ten o' yo' niggers, hor twenty on
un, for Manuel. But I'll tell you what
I'll do, Jas' take de boy an' keep liltn till
rter de resolution, au'aen' him beok.'
. "An" dat'* da way I got ter be wld
Im. Well, w. had ol. wuks at York.
>e red coat* came pourln' outen d*
*lps." 	
"How maay thousand* of them were
ior.., Cnol*Hauu*lt'' ~
; "Thousand*!   Den was millions on
iira-mUUoni M" "
I "And how _.
" "Deywa"n'tno
"But—bat—the
: "WeU, etitt
*r? Wild*
s
he wam't born, much I«u dtr,an'
. j 1* si heaplo', lies In 'toot*, nohow.
tow, I dtd«7»WSo ,ft»ch, 5FW
Vam't none.
, "But Olaeral Washington waa dar—
n' he fit an' nt, an' I Ht MruVtwtM I
ios' drop. Ebory time.Olneral Wuh-
.lgton lire he gun thi mUther* would
rop tn a rotr. 8omeUmSehelrouldflre
n' I load, *n' sometime, he would load
tu'Iflra.  H* rid a big white boss, an'
bcryUmebelirhuifoot'tw****	
! dinner plate.   I p*"'
ilne'ral WesnIogI
Whar/adat
wot«r*7eoat0on>
tt.05irv-***w
I "Artor awhUe I looked down In de
toller by a ole 'slrnmon tree, and, aho'
luff, I tee Olneral Gomwaiu* makln'
Itself small an' touv ter erawl under
* fence. But de fenee wa* too low to
..groun'. Olneral Washington he »een
Im, too; *o h.fcillop span' be bawls:
'"Halt you rukllf.'
Den Olneral Oomwala* he *ot on de
votuV, an' he eyeballs stood out 'tweU
aynuffln' _,
-ihaddonesl	
Her. Unci. Manual,'
wtlo pause.
] "Honey, hi
at he hade
; Some ot
rnamente,
ire made ol.
The work
o*. It J*
I ade In Oi
i popular.
icently to a m. ..»• m—nw »*
ind, and lt I* » very tedious operation,
inly very fine ellver wire I* used In lt*
,onstrueu«o,Wd UU* U rwkud up aad
,.l«n« I me. that l£SMIffsS*lwVMt
jstenel ao that It'!
r lace work,
' "Thefl^
nanufaeti
,'hocan
rak the _,
les, lilies;
escrlp.li
hey have'   ,
md all oth*
Je. They
iblebutter-
owerioftll
.—.--. Jets,
oTofnament*.
f hYprioer of each pieoe vary from
l to MO.
" Although Uje woriupiiMhlD (•*&■ to
ellcate,yetll
-.becomes   tL.    .__
lesn^withw^jl^'aad
i Poildler. (io woman ab.<
■onr inrituoK**!!**' "l '" i.'m:
, Wonisii i .Kyttnther*
readier iI*Nnllw,,Uis Udyj^tlie
1 h.vc sen. bMatlfal trUclM thai she will
•o glue to •*«rt *   '
mn
f/uM
Jo?SS«^pt
X&ltWentMto*'**
And AIM Shows ft TondnM. for Vf ult ttaA
:•    Other Dellcule..
/tt Trlbuno reporter was passing
down Worth stre t toward the Bowery
the other; day, his attention wa* drawn
to * rather tempting display of oyster*
and clams on the half shell on a stand be-
hind which stood a Jolly, ruddy-faood
Irishman.
Be saw tho reporter's hesitating air,
and smiling si. ly, picked up an oyster
knlfo, opened n big tat bivalve, and then
walking toward a lior.-o that was standing near the stand hitched to the oyster
c|rb*houtetlr'. '    A; •'■''
the'hormwasaTlatUoUon al
He locked lils'ears, threw up WJ
and stood motionless,
" Now, yer vlilun," said tho owner as
he offered the horse the oyster.
"William" belt hi* head around,
licked the oyster clean out of the shell,
awayod Ills hood to and fro, and rolled nU
oyes 111 ecstacy of enjoyment na the oyster rolled down his throat, Tbe reporter Immediately called for oysters, and
thegenlal old son of Erin, delighted with
the «utoos9 bt his stratagem, opened up
conversation at once.
"He'sadarlint; his name is William
Sullivan, and mine is Michael Sullivan.
Wliindldhohogintoaleoysters? Whlu
he was vory young, and he's aton oysters
ever since. That's why he's so healthy.
He sin'l know* a sick day, barring one
(line when those' devils In ulinihain
Square—bad cess to thorn—gave him a
bad Oystet. That sort of went aglnst
William's stomach. But he picked
right up and now he will ate clams,
oysters, peaoh.es and anything oxcept
tobacco, which I am sorry I didn't
taone him to ate, because lt eures.worius,
and bo's twonty-throo years old, scr."
-. Mr. Sullivan's eye* did not finch and
Be returned: '
"Bill lis folneold Irish horse, too.
He understands Irish just as welt as
English. Whin the dlvlle in Chatham
Square yell to him tn English I call him
In Irish, and he comes every tolme.
He ates a dozen or so oysters and clam*
every day, only as a trato, yer know.
' .''Why does ho loik them? WeU, now
there's no aooountlnWor mte*. I've
|Sta dorg there that ates byatlrs," added Mr. Sullivan with a still unlllnehliu
gazo, as lib pointed toward a wlmloiv
on the third lluor of a nelgliborlng t.iio-
ment-bouse, where an aoiuiir sal a Utile
black and ton, all eagerness to join Ids
master. "The dorg," continued Sullivan, "bogau to pick up Ibe oysters
around the cart and now he'll ate all I
give him."
"Did you overhear of the Irish carpenter who put blue speetaolea on his
hbrae to teach' him to eat .having.?"
**ked the reporter. : ■-■
■" Faith;" chuckled Sullivan, "I'd lolke
to see the man who could kupe spect-
taole* or nny thing on my lion*," i
"HI, yer vlilun,"he shouted, "what
are yo'dolng?"   •
"Bill" had slipped the harness off hi*
head and was making a vicious snap at
a passing lidrse.
"That's a trick ho learned when I wa*
piddling oranges in Madison Square and
Fifth avenue. He used to slip the harness off his head so as to got rid ot the
blinders, because he oould thin seo all
the ash-barrels. He'd ate all the fruit
in'theni.: '   '*      ;-'"-*'
"One day we came by a lady's house
In Madison Square, and' Bill' mado for
a barrel In front of her bouse. She
aeked me would 'Blll'atoanything.
'"Yes, mum,' says I, 'It hell ate
what's In your barrel.'
"Arid She laughed, sor, and had a
bushel of praties brought out, and BUI
ate ivory ono, sor, so he did. I would
not take WOO tor BUI. He'a a pet with
u.nll."
So saying Sullivan gathered up a handful ot oyatore, opened them and gave
Diem one by one to "BUI," who licked
them up ao greedily and with euoh apparent reUsh that hi* nuutar turned
with, pride to the reporter and aeked:
■• Isn't he a darllntr-[N. Y. Tribune.
'•mm wm.tumimtaV'
Few wul miss thee, FrlendVwhen thou
For a month In dust hu lain.
Skillful hand, ud anxious brow,   <
Tongno of wisdom, busy brain— i
AU thou wor! shall be forgot,
And thy place shall know thM not.
Shadows from the beading Ire**       ,
O'er thy lowly held may pau,'       'v.
tilths from every wudtrib* W**l*
Bilr the long, thick, ehurebyer* grtts.
Wilt thou heed them f  Ho; thy sleep
Shall bo dreamless, calm, ud deep.
Some .west bud msy sit snd ting ,
On the marble of thy tomb,   ,.«,-«    (
Soon to flit on Joyous wing ■      ,
From thst plsoo of death tnd gloom,
On somo bough to warble clear,   ..   ■)
Bnt theso songs thou shall not b*ar,
Bom. kind voioe msy sing thy praise,
Passing nosr thy plus of Mat,
Fondly talk of " other dsy. "-.
Bnt no throb wiihui thy brstst
Shall respond to words cf praise.
Or old thoughts of " other day*,1'
The following Business Directory relates
only to persbhs whose advertisement, appear la the itUrtT cowniniAi*.' It has
been found true, as .'rule, that persons
who adye^'lse liberally are liberal In their
dealing., and many person's make it a'
rule to give preference In their dealings to
those establlihmenti which' sdvertise
freely. The following list Is arranged alphabetically!
I        LBOAL.
T. a Atkinson.!.... ...„,.......ColumbiaSt
f. Norman Bole Columbia Ht
. Branch Offloe at Vancouver.
Corbould A McOoll...............MoKensle St
Branch Offloe at Vancouver.
KBOIOAL,
Dr. H.M. Cooper....,
pr.J.O.HmdVrson
Dr. I. M. McLean -	
Dr. Dewolfe Smith Clarkson St
'    ;    IBSVBANCH.
W. J. Armstrong [Sre] -Court House
Jams. Ounnlnsuam Columbia st
H. v, Edmonds.i.u.i.~.^..... MoKensle St
 •- -      -mt] .FerrWgt
j-^^  .-. .j.,;oolumbla6t
Branch .   -
Turner, Beeton A Co,
~ods,Turner*a*nioie,     ., ,    , •■■
Iure,llfe4acoldeni]......ColumblaSt
HIAL BSTATB AOBNCIES.
jn':..".'.6b'iiTi'^fc>«
 MeKensle St
ljp,MsTto.tUfe« acoldent].......Ferrl
o. lAre] .Victoria
W.N. Bol	
Corbould* McColl,
H. V. Edmonds......
W. D.Ferris...
 ColumbiaSt
 MeKensle St
 MoKensle st
.Ferris St
OapUHttendrlgh™ MogS8*!!i£
Rand Bros - McK.Bsle St
Wm. Shannon Voneonver
Woods, Turner A Gamble .Columbia St
ARCHITECT, Ac.
0. H. OJow,.„™..~..i Clinton st
O. W.Hrant, McKensle St
CONTRACTORS *> BUILDERS. '
Ackerman Bros....- New Westminster
AUCTIONEERS.
H. N. Rloh ladner's
T. J. Trapp Columbia Bt
ACMHTS FOR MACHINERY,*..
Fraser A Leonard  Vanoouver
AORICVLTTRAL IMPLEME»TI.
W.H. Jenkins.. Westminster A Chlltlwh'k
Jno. Birr.,..— .....Colombia St
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
T. a Pearson.. .— Columbia St
PRINTING *, RULING.
Tb. Columbian Steam PrlnUng Establlsh-
m.nt...... —..— ColumbiaSt
STOVES 4> TINWARE.
H. M, Cunningham A Co ..Columbia St
OAS FITTINGS.  ""
H. M. Cnnnlngbam A Co. Columblast
SEWING MACHINES.
C.J. Robson H, » ColumbiaSt
GENERAL MERCIIANDISK.
\7.B. Austin ......Front st
0.0. Major Columbia St
Wm. MoColl.. Columblast
0. McDonoUgh Front St
DRY GOODS.
BonMorche „ ColumbiaSt
a Drysdale A Co. ...Columbia Ht
Jaa Ellard A Oo Columbia St
Wm. Roe [Globe Honsel Columbia st
DRESSMAKING.
Bon Marohc. Columblast
Jaa, Ellard 4 Co  .Columbia st
Misses McDougall...................Columblast
FURNITURE.
Wintemute, Oalbick A Co Columbia st
WOOD* COAL.
Henry Elliott [Order, left at W. MeColl's]
DRUGS,*..
D. a Curtis * Co .Columbia St
A. Peele........................ .Columbia St
.    BUTCHERS. .
Bobt. Dickinson (..........Columbia St'
WATCHMAKERS * JEWELERS
..Columbia Bt
..Columbia Bt
...ColumbiaSt
RLAOKSHITHING  *
F.Cmke.........	
F. Irltrsky...... „	
0. M. Mcfc.ughten.	
CARRIAGE
Thos. Ovens...
" --Ou  '
..Columbia St.
...Colombia St.
Since so testing is thy nunc,
Talent, beauty, power, tad wit,
It wore weU'Uist withoutF^"
Thon in Ood's great book wertwrlt,
There In golden words tb be    ,',"      •
Grsven for eternity,
-[Cbsaibert'sjooitil,
.    Tk. Bi*JaA.Ser.pbMli.
What Is the brain but a sarapbookt
If, when we are asleep tome jo*,eonkt
p^itRHhereivrhateeulJ heflndfI'tfj
Linos from favorite poets, stray bits
oi tunes and snatches from songs, melo-
dlos from operas, sentenoos from book*,
strange meaningless date*, recollection*
of childhood, vague and gradually
In! faint, moment* of perfect hap]
ho ra of despair and misery.
Tlie ilrat kiss of ohUdhood layers, the
flrat parting ot bosom friend*, the word
of pr.ilse or the word of blame 61 a fond
mother, picture* ot men and women,
hopes and dream* that came to nothing,
unrequited kliutn*!*,. gratitude hr tt,
vors, quarrels tnd reoonclllttleni, old
jokos, und through them all tbe thread
of one'deep tad enduring possum for
tomoouo man or woman thtt may liars
ho naiulsoryoradellght.
. *..      '   ■
How To Nwn. th. Olrhb
"In the first place, give thoglrl* In btp-
Ham only one name. She will he perfectly content with lt Her lover never
roqulroa, never usee but one of her
names, If the have half a dossn. , In the
holgbt of his tenderness he nevoratvi, <\
' " Aniella Jane, oome to my arms I" He
slmiily extends his arms and orles,
"Jattel" '
In th* second place, when tho girl
mnrrlee,Jet her,:always kpep herjsirrj
name, fhen, whenever w*..***'.*^,
man'* name we shall know whether she
I* married or single, and If she is married iwe shall know what her iamUy
natnfls.—[Harper'*.
I,... \  ■  : >i> i
AlUfltWtlM.
hat's thitt" uked the city editor ol
lorter, retding a piece of manuMript.
ioelry,"responded the reporter. ■''"' '
St, that sln't poetry i IU straight prose,"
nded the boss, making s closer inspeo-
"Oct ontl You dourt know anything
til. It's a letter from my best girl."
i* city editor whistled soft snd low, and
bed to bis desk.^{st*r»8<***fr*tel»h
Reid A Currle..	
1 '  HOTELS,
Farmer. Home IHoldenl... ..Church St
Th. Cl.renoe IBJohards].. Victoria
LIVERY, *f,
Mainland Transfer Co Columbia St
'  PAINTERS,
Chas. Murray. ...................Clarkson st
BOOTS * SHOES,
G. H. Grant * Co......... .Columbia Bt
H. Kells  Colombia HI
Wm. Rose.  ™. .Columbia Bt
TAILORS.
D. Drysdale A Co....... ColumbiaSt
NOTICE.
A.DIebel.„
...Front Bt
W.Henry ......
Hutoherson..,
NURSERIES.
 Port Hammond
,. Ladners
FANCY POULTRY, *c.
Jno, B. Cox................. ...Royal Avenue
MONUMENTAL.
Alex.H.mllton.......i Cburcbsl
BudseAMonck ..New Westminstei
, . _ JTvr%bV'
up the Neat.it and
BertIJ|lllnsNeedle
PJL.
■t Complete *qJ
jsn. Partlcnlars sent When stamps are
welosed for reply. .......p. ■■
Don't worry If you .re out of employment. Write to Mr. KownY,41Wenln*.
mn. Street East, Toronto.   Send stamps
fOrreply,
Owmyiand
NOTICE.
T0T1CE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT 00
1 day. after date t Intend lo applyto
I Chief oommuwloner of Lands and
purabM. jil Mre. of l.nd on
»nd. New Westminster District,
■.fallows! ,  .
minenclns at the 8. E. eornerof the
X ot Seo. 8; thenoe Bast*) chains!
• North M ehalnsi thenoe Westai
is: sum M.UI at chain.: ihenoe.
..j! iiolmlnl; fielfelloulbtoehnlnsro
BOBT. E. JACKSON.
Victoria B.O., April *jY1M7.    dapSima
ffAhvlhi
UND SIMI¥EY9BS,
Oommiesioii Agents.
(ire, urc, AccWfnt 4 Mime
iDgnrance.
Jtt.e*mWtT1Bm
ItJtera Csnsdlss snk Notes
Bought and Sold,
COLOM'dA STREET,
Telephone as.       Hf WMTtnWIML
>T"    '    '    '    dWIo	
i
OTIOB IS HBRlBBY GIVEN THAT
60 days after date' I Intend to apply
- _ toe Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works to purchase 480 aeres of land situate
on Texada Island, New Westminster District, and described as follows:
Commencing at theN. E. eornerof tbe
S.E.tiot Sec.fl; thence North«chains:
(hence West 80 ebalns; thenco South 80
chains; thence East 40 chains: thenco
North 40 chains; thenoe East 40 chains, to
point of commencement.
.   ■ H. D. HELMOKEN.
Victoria, B. 0., April 22,1887.     dap25m2
NOTICE.
K
OTIOB IS HEBBBY GIVEN THAT
60 days after date I Intend to apply
he Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Worki to purchase 480 acres of land [more
or lessl situate on Texada Island, New
Westminster District, and described as
follows: .}■■•■
Commencing at the N.W. corner of N.E.
westorly direction, ISO chulns [more or
less]: thenee East 85chains [more or lessl
to point of commencement.
.   M. W. TYRWHITT BRAKE.
Victoria, B.C., April 22,1877.      '
NOTICE.
i
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT 60
. days after date I Intend to apply to
.ie Chief Commissioner of Lauds and
Works to purchase'480 acres of land on'
Texada Island, New Westminster District,
described as follows:   .
Commencing at the 8. E. corner of 8. W.
tiot Sec. 8; thenco East 40 chains; thence
South 80 ehalns; thence West to shore
line; thence following meandering of
shore line In a north-westerly direction to
8. E. corner of Seo. 4; thenco North 10
chains [more or lessl; thence Enst 40
chains to point of commencement. .	
.TAMES LTJMBEHT SMITH.
Victoria, B.C., April 22,1887.    dap2fim2
ajirotrioB.
WE HAVB APPLIED TO THB HON,
the Minister of the Interior for permission to out timber on the following
described tract of land, New Westminster
District:
Commencing at a post marked "M," on
the south side of Scott creek, on the cast
sldo and about 8 miles from the head of
Pitt lake; thence east along the bank of
said creek 40 chains; thence south 20
chains, thenoe west 40 chains, thence
north So ebalns, along tile shore of the
lake to the point of commencement.
. BRUNETTE SAW MILL CO., LD.,
.  ...   W. H* DrapbRi Secretary.
New Westminster, 13th May, 1887.
~    '   :    . dmymnl ;     ■•:<■
THE  STEAMER
"QLADYf"
UNTIL. FURTHER.. NOTICE   WILL
leave Wise's Wharf, for
CMlilwbttcit and way Places
TUE8DAYS & FRIDAYS
At 7 A.M.,
Returning tho following days.
For freight, Ac, apply on board or to
W. MATHERS,
dmh81te On the Wharf.
it mm & no.
Wholesale and Retail
DRUGQISTS1
Hew Westminster, B. 0.
dwmhlMe
~ IMpBlAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP-V.
I Ow Bboad St. ud 10 Pau Mill,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES t OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Shins in Port, Harbor or Dock, aad tha
Cargoes o( such Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods dn hoard such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and In Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOgg «R DAaUOK BT FIRK.
Subeoribed and Invested Capital,
^61.600,000 BTG.
Rates ot Premium .nd every information can be obtained on application to
W. J. ABMSTRONS,
Agent for New Weitminstor.
LANSDOWNE.
CANADA.
Victoria, by the Grace of God, of tbe
United Kingdom ot Great Britain and
Ireland, QtrKEtt, Drrendcr of the' Faith,
Ac., Ac, Ac.
To all UKhom these presents shall come, or
whom the same may tn anywlie concern—
GREStnta;       -
'A PROCLAMATION.
J»0. S. D. TBOXrso»,l TTTHERBAS It Is
AWrrney-Oeneral, \ VY the loval de-
I Canada. j sire of the peoplo of Canada to celebrate the Oftleth\n-
nlversayof Our accession to the Throne
In such . manner as to manifest their
deep attachment to Us. and their thankfulness for the prosperity which, under
the blessing of Almighty God, they havo
enjoyed during Our happy reign:
We, therefore, in order to give effect to
such loyal desire, and considering that
such blessings do call for nubile acknowledgment, have thought nt, by and with
the advice of Onr Privy Council for Canada, to appoint, and We do appoint Tuxs-
bay, the TwKNrY-nRST day ofjinii next,
as a day of general thanksgiving and rejoicing, andWe do Invite all Onr loving
subject, throughout Canada to observe
the said day as a day of general thanksgiving and rejoicing.   "
iKTMTLOKr Whereof, We have caused these Onr-Letters to be made Patent, and the Great Seal of Canada to
be hereunto affixed.   Wmtxsfl, Our
Sight Trusty and Entirely Beloved
onsln the Most Honourable Sir Hen-
rt Charles Keith Pettt-Fitzhau-
rice, Marouls ot Lansdowne, In the
County of Somerset, Earl of Wycombe,
of Chipping Wycombe, In tbe County
of Bucks, Viscount Calne Und Cain-
stone In the County of Wilts, and Lord
Wycombe, Baron of Chipping Wycombe, lu tbe County of Bucks, in the
Peerago of Great Britain; Earl of Ker-
Sr ana Earl of Shelburne, Viscount
lanroanrlce and Fltsmaurlce, Baron
of Kerry, Llxnaw. and Dunkerron, In
the Peerage of Ireland; KnlghtQrand
Cross of Our Most Distinguished Order
of Saint Michael and Saint George;
Governor-General of Canada, and Vice
Admiral of the same.
At Our Government House, In Our City
of Ottawa, this Second day of April; In
the year of Onr Lord one thousand
eight hundred and eighty-seven, and
In the fiftieth year of Our Reign.
By Command,     _■ ,,.  ,
HMJ. A, CHAPLEAU,
djeistd Secretary of State.
C. ft. MAJOR,
i
P4..0IFIO
New Westminster, B. G.
REID & CURRIE
MA.UMCTMERU IMPORTEm OF
Farm Wagons,
Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons,
Carriages,
Top Buggies,
Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
Butoher O&rts,
iDog Carts,
Dump Carts,
Drays,        Stages,
AND  EVERYTHING   IN  THE
VEHICLE LINE.
' Second-hand 8tMM A Ixprtll W»f-
oni for sale cheap.
r Bepalrlng, Filitlng A Irleamlng
donoatmasonableprlcM.  ,
BUCK8MITHINC
In alt its Branches.   Estlmatesglven on
Ironwork .'and Contracts taken,
lloree-ShoeltiK ni fieneral
Jobbing;.
We alio, keep in* stock to supply the
trade,. Iron, i Steel, Chains, Cumberland
Coal,,Hon. ind Ox Shoes, Harrows,
Iron and Steel Harrow Teeth, Carrisge
" irlngs and Axles, and a complete stock
Carriigo Hardware. •■-'•'
A lot of first-class Floagks A Hay.
FOWIonhand,
SUTWe have got tho best workmen to be
had In the country, and we Import neetly
all the stock we use from th. eari-conse-
qtiently we can offbr Inducements to par-
ohMers that we could not have dole some
timeago. All materia! nnd work leaving
the shop will be I'uamntNd lobe just as
represented. Orders from tb. oountry
promptly attended to.
dwaplllo RIlDesOURRII
DKUII A IMPORTER IK
CI^OTIIINa
GROCERIES
JUST RECEIVED IN DRY GOODS,
A NEW STOCK
In all shades and material ol DRESS
GOODS, including Cashmeres, Merinos,
Silks, Satins, Black and Colored Velveteens ud Plushes. COTTONS (bleached
and unbleached). LININGS, BUTTONS, HOLLANDS, to. Grey, White,
Scarlet and Checked FLANNELS. LADIES GLOVES, In Cotton, Wool, Silk
ud Kid, Ladies Merino ud Lamb
Wool Verts. JERSEYS, all prices.
Hosiery, Muslins, Diaper Irish Linen,
Brillluts, 4e., *o.
Men's Clothing!
For Quality, Style, lit ud Price,
can't be touohed.
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
In every Line, Cotton, Merino ud
Wool Underwear, White Shirts, Cuffs,
Collars, Gloves, Braces, Cardigan Jackets, 4o. Also, Cotton, Merino, Cashmere, Lambs Wool ud Knit SOCKS, in
great variety.
Abo, HATS ud CAPS, Ladles'and
Gents' RUBBER GOODS ud UM-
BRELLA3. .
In House Furnishing Goods
Carpets, Rugs, Window Poles with
Rings and Mounting., Window Holland
(Buff, Green and Striped), Damask and
Cretonnes, Sheetings, Towels, Whits
Counterpane., Bleached ud Unbleached
Tabl. Linens, N.pkins, Tickings, Blankets .nd Arctic-down Quits, TableCloths
ud Covers.
IN GROCERIES
Everything found In a first-class Establishment, tnd none but the best. Conned
Goods, Fruits, Meats ud Vegetables,
I d..1 (HTerCke.pUo.il., I di.'lbay
Ikes. «r keep Unas, hat I oitr ye. tk.
best ud .1 tke l.we.1 price tkey can be
s«M M, >«*?>. 01 wk.1 werepnK.I
"   d»oa*t»
«rJi 3HT
-AT  THK-
FANCY DRE§| GQiiS,
Prints, Ginghams, Piques,
Jerseys and Parasols.
LADIES' & CENTS' SUMMER MEMO & COTTW UIDEAWUR.
OLOTUINqt,
Men's, Boys' <fc Children's Straw Hats,
tfee,    jtjbc.
•^"For the next four weeks we will allow 5 per cent disoount on til
Parcels purchased exceeding the surh of Two DoUars,  ■''"'."' •■
WALKED A, •JH/.WjJiJWg^
Sew WeUmlasler, May 131k, 1881. :,/^'•''■'''   ;  owaryllte   ■
^^0&mmi
l   f/)!>r-|«,(T
ONI O^R LOAl>    |
Just Received from the East per 0.1>. B.
This Consisjiiment is fto^cflass i»{' °
every respect aiwlr*"
 r,Jk..Xs»p^-^   ■■
Several Second-band Ganiaps, Buggies and
fss bulxoi eaoBJLr
Also, 1 Car-load Iron, Steel & Chain, An lUail
HJf Having purchased at specially favorable rate* in the etc*, ni
are now prepared to do all sorts of BllCkStDlth WOfk »t prioe* eon-
siderably lower than those that have hitherto prevailed.    Give M * tritli
REID & CURRIE,
dwmyiTmi PacUTc Carrlace Werks, ^.^lakU 1% ..
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S.  MASON,
CUYLER A.  HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS,
HEAD OFFICE, ■ 56 New Broad St., - LONDON, EN.UilO,
Th. Business of ALLSOP k MASON has been merged In the above Compaav
ud will be carried on by the Company from this desk's* * general Land hvsttaiMI'
and Insnruce Agency. ;     J;,)   : ■.■?,[,,,
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Bates.' Town Lots and farming
Lands for Sale on easy terms, ' i
Vlotorln,B.O.,May 16th, 188T. ' dwMhni'
{DMOEuH
BRACELETS, PIMS, LOCKETS, CHAWS, AC.   1-C
Also a large  assortment  of   SILVER   PLATED  .VMtl>^
KNIVES, FORKS, SPOONS, &c. ''
f& All Goods guaranteed to be as represented, '' J
C. Wl. McNaug ^n.
dw-jai9tc Colonial Block, Ne* WsMtmintter, & C   r«
Wmri-KM
^few Arrivals!
daSaedllo
The "GLOBE HOUSE1'
TT AVE RECEIVED A LARGE AND WELL,A8SQa"^ft.,STflCK;'j,qy  .;,,, , , ,
Dry G-oods, '  ' MUltneii^iii
Ladies' and Children's Underwear,   »»
Children's Wblte una Colored Dresses, tor «ii tg**, .t lowpri***,
Also, t variety et Bed QllltS Mid Ute CStttlBB.1
Satins, Velvets snd TeKeteens, and Everything kept in t :
Dry Goods Shop.      ^"Inspection invited."t^
"W so,.".. 32 A. *S.
ilvspffia :
COMMERCIAL PRINTING.
 -^- .fin 'i [iionaiw   ,M BAjLII
The Ooiumbun PiixriNa Establishment has firsttlm rteiliti** tor.
til kind* of Oommeroitl Printing.   Bill Hud*. Lettf r HHdt,
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Rums of every description, Part
Prioe Lists, Ac   Prioe* will lie found as low as at *ny otherxaHe* where
flrBtolass work is done. fl|W>iJi. mm %»,
:.-._  ,'.->X   . ■■:'< *>.-,
THE
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P»bltonment, OUumbla 8L
uvuntiH tin m m ssiir.
TrMtt».IA*veHUe«;.U.-Klrstlnser-
per
Uon, lOeU. par line solid nonpar..., -
-■-■- *-—™tlvelnsertion,3eU.
i^flBMrtS
irteil every
l.s*.»lfc-.B?»!».'
en.ToMaTr Pronwloo™ Adv.nls.meol.
•nil MRMind .iroilo.io, rates: I Inch,
Bf.rmonth: ! J. _jf_)__ff_>'.}._>■
' '   ' lS!.siaUXottvm
••rtUI Wile., craws r«»dlng mutter,
■a) ets. per Un. each Insertion. Specials
«.IHni.ttentionloy4vert|BemenU,10ets.
"Births, Marrhujes in* DwrtnMl tor each
Insertion; Funeral Notices In connection
with disJas.iaeU.ewih Insertion.
■olid, charted at regular transient rates.
THE WECkLY COLUMBIAN
UntaieftrryiHttMej af.**!**.
delivered In the City, per year. t__
Hulled, per year..... «« *."■
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SEMENTS THIS DAY.
'C. Warwick
iHEHjitnbwn
nwtu Bvean*. taat 1*. 1**I.
' went tip the
Thi William,
river to-day.    '
Two drunks were disposed ot in the
ponce tourVtliii mornings
Mr. C. B. Wo*d. is «Pftg«4 to-day
in preparing a grade of Mary st.
Mr. D. Iaydon began driving pile,
this morajng on Mr. Scoullar's premises.   V--    j-   ■'    ,'.>_
Gaudaur, who lately heat Hanlan, is
* Canadian, tod hails from Orillit,
Ontario.
Tk* Dominion government hi* appropriated (5,000 for tho Nanaimo
relief fund.
The prisoner John Welch, who es'
caped from the gaol a f«w day* ago, is
stultt large.
This it the last day for tendering on
the contract for Mean. Scoullar and
Armstrong's new building.
The Northern Pscifio etrningt for
Msy were •1,019,000. M.y, 1886,
•083,730.   InoresM,«3v,170.
The west bound train, due from
Montreal.b*|, bitn.canoelied t»-d.y.
W^'n^^f^^.<«''«
ItLanother column tenders are called
tor the construction of t road from
Agasais to Harrison Hot Springs.
The market is almost destitute of
salmon. .The continued high w.tsr it
provJikMiry detrimental to fishing.
Mafc.K>i)Jtt baem h^ rontract of
ei«vaUnK fhK^MiSohi' 'Anfl pddfol-
lows' lots on Columbia st! yesterday
morning.
The Dominion express oftico in this
city netived its first express parcel
from China to-day. It came over on the
Abyaini*.
Ten car* of eastern freight arrived
tint jflprring. Among this freight it.
* csrl*st of iron work consigned to
Ltrkint & Connolly of Eaquimalt.
" Cariboo Jo.," who was stabbed
tnd mt lo the hospital to recuperate,
hu bs*n pronounced out of dinger
tnd discharged from that institution.
Iti.reported that Lieut.-Uov.rnor
Aikint will be. made Senator ou the
retirement et. Stnttor Schultt, who
■ Lieut-Governor uf Minitobt.
not letve the wharf
inf." She wu de-
irttrgo. Dkehad
ot hiine* for Vic-
iven by the lwlies of
 Uthet
unl
on
tori*.
The basaar
the Methodist church on Tuesday was
guito suoceafal, .nd th. amount resl-
iud attar ptyiug all expenses is about
th* ctt».«o«ihfll ol Victoria waft on
Mr. Duumuir tnd ascertain wh.t it
would ont to erst* tb. Nansimo Bail-
way terminus into the city.
Mr. Griath, of Wild Horse Creek,
Informs the rimes thtt th. quarts
struck on Oltdtton. Gulch, head of th.
big ditch, otrrlM free gold .nd is be-
Dived to be * v.ry.valuable find.
Th* ooolrttt for the ttone found..
tion of Mr. J. A. Webstar, new block
on front at has been .warded to Mr.
"J.   (1    MtedotwAdr of   Vtnmuver.
Work will be oommenced tt once.
A*tch«r nt*Md John Elliott shot
tnd hUkM . irrfcn wound
let.  Jetleutly it itid tu be th. cans.
an ofsr of cttlvSrtk.oi'MMti.rt
b*tw*M Hom Kong tnd Vancouver,
th* fap*ri»Ti«*mnent hsve decided
toooow to th. relief of the 0. P. R.
ItKlUtlMSsntestt. ittle for British
AMirtth,*Atl.o*in . boat this
, aU • ntrrow etetpo from
.goal of wind threw the
■-',t_Uwttttstsried
ultn jumped to^he
. « of tbe boat ud (oeeeeded
tl*| her tgtin.
At 8 o'clock to-night the counoil of
U» bo^ ol bSTwUV	
 _     llligtfs* from the munici-
n*Ut>i* of ths. district to discuss vtri-
|U«| th. iaswset. of
th* dktriot It hit behoped d"*"
wlU b*» fell council prettnt.
Ifc'i CkMrnta, M. P., will .nquire
J—   IfcMjtoJWU* Columbi,
-J to th* Oanaduin
uriifm* V*__W
ha* been eonwed h
_  Bailwv OoapMiy, and if so,
«l»W*A>4MwMt*tMt
Upmb Cowmbia Railway.—In the
Railway Committee, Ottawa, the other
inoroiuf?, Sir Hector Iitngevin an-
nouncod that the government would
not oppose Mr. Mara's bill to incopor-
ate th. Upper Columbia Railway Com
pany, and the bill was accordingly reported with slight amendment*, The
tnd will run from Golden City on the
mtin line of the 0. P. R. up the Columbia River to the hesd of the Upper
Columbia Lake. The promoters aro
Jas. Isbostor, McLeod Stewart, James
Baker, M. P. P., Alexander MncLcan,
Clarence W. Moberly and others.
Sixr Up foe Tutu—Jim Harris,
tho man who stabbed " Cariboo Jno "
on tht 7th of Juno lust, was to-day arraigned before the police magistrate
charged with wounding Joe. Mrs.
Morris, of tha Gladstone inn, where
the stabbing occurred, testified to witnessing th. ststalt The prisoner was
under the influence of liquor when the
deed wts done; he complained that he
had worked many years for Joe and
oould not get a cent, snd that his family wat in a destitute condition, and
that he wu provoked to do the deed.
The prisoner was remanded until next
assises to stand his trial.
As Usual.—An Ottawa dispatch to
tho Colonist, dated the Uth, says:
"The supplementary estimates wore
brought down to-day. There is hardly
anything for British Columbia, and
not a cent for Viotoria harbor, All
the British Columbia members aro indignant and will mike a strong protest." There-is a suspicion in many
minds that. British Columbia will
never get anything worth while until
she sends to Ottawa representatives
who an more concerned for the country
than for. the success of sny political
patty.. Iu other words, our representatives should be Independent, tnd
should conduct public affairs on common sense business principles. British Columbia, whioh solidly supports
Sir John, gets nothing; while Prince
Edward Island, whioh does not solidly
support him, gets an additional subsidy
of 120,000 a year for all time.
- i Worms cause feverisbness, moaning
•nd restlessness during sleep. Mother
Graves' Worm Esterfflthstor is pleasant,
sure, and effectual, Ii your druggist
has none in stock, get him to procure it
for yon.
"      Personal.
J. Z. Hall, of Vanoouver, was in
the oity yesterday.    I
Rev. J. E. Starr, the new pastor for
Pandora St. Methodist Church, arrived
in Victoria Tuesday night.
The Ettl of Aberdeen is visiting Sau
Francisco. He addressed the V. M.
0. A, of that city lut Sunday,
J. J. McDonald and Mr. Middle-
brook, of Vancouver, who havo been
in the city a few days, returned to
Vancouver this afternoon.
Rev. G. C. Patterson returned from
Victoria to-day, and leaves on Saturday morning for Chilliwhack, where
he takes charge of the Presbyterian
mission.
Lieut-governor Nelson, accompanied by Mrs. Nelson and tho private
secretary, hu gone to Harrison Hot
Springs where he proposes to remain
some weeks.
Ju, Wilson, telegraph superintendent, returned from the interior yester-
dty, hiving repaired the bretkt in the
C. P. R. wires. There were about ID
miles of wires mor. or less dieorgumed
by the bush fires which hare boon prevailing for tome time in that region.
ffednegflay'a Programme,
TK eiliaiUTIOM 18 BRBUCHT TO AN END.
':■ I Yuterdty ww anything but a phut
tnt dty lor open tir spurts, and, consequently, yesterday's progiamme wss
not much of. success. Rain drizzled
from morning until late lut night, and
spectators had to ttsnd under um-
brellu during th* races. The forenoon wts principally taken up by foot
racing, &c. The most exciting event
of the day wu the canoe races, which
came off about 2 o'clock. A picked
crew ot 15 Indian, from Langley and
mother craw from Chilliwhack need
over t four mile course. The Ohil-
liwlwok men carried of the prise, being
about 100 yards ahead st the finish.
The ind canoe race wu between a crew
from Harrison River snd two crews
from Chllliwhack. There vrero 11 Indites in tuh cinoe, The Ihree canoes
war* slmost sbroast during the first
half of the race, i On the horn, stretch;
'ever, one of the Chilliwhack crews
nude t spurt and succeeded in shooting thud of th. other ennoos, ind won
the race by about lift; yards. The
Harrison River men came in soeond.
The new were very exciting tnd
among the .port, t rood desl of money
chined hands. A single scull race
between Alex. McLean and and Indian
Joe' wu next on the programme.
Alex, wu the winner, although Joe
rowed hard, and wis but a very little
distance behind him. A number of
rn* important noes then came off, but
on account of the rain most nf the
spectttott hsd sought places nf shelter.
Li the evening a large crowd collected
cti Colombia st, where some foot racing
and high jumping took place. By this
time the weather had beoome very disagreeably wet and most of the visitors
begat to disperse. The torchlight
precession wu not a success. There
wen plenty of torches, which Mr.
Moresby had taken the trouble to have
made (nearly 600) but then was no
or* to dinct operations and tbe whole
appropriation for this purpose wu
wuted. It was the intention to have
(largenumber of Indians in osnoes
take pert in the pruceuioti, but the
Siwuncs refused to go without being
oomp.ns.ted. The .tr. Gladys took*
party aboard and towed a few boat,
with tonhbeinrs in them a short distance up the Fruer. Th. small boy
captured th. remainder of the torches,
about «50, and galloped up and down
the street with the lighted brand. It
it fortunate thtt the evening wu wet,
or th. whole eity might hive been
bnrned by then fiery torohe. which
wtte stnwed over streets tnd side,
walks. The ball in the Drill Shed,
under the auspices of the band, formed
the concluding portion of tho jubilee
celebration. Quite a number were
present. Some persons, however, proceeded to celebnt. the jubilee ih other
wtyt, but the police oourt this morning
recorded only two jubilee drunks.
Tery Suggestive.
London Trvth has this paragraph:
Tlio fulluwtiHj announcement was a fow
weeks since extensively placarded on
enormous posters in tho town of Lie-
burn (co. Antrim), where a series of
Lent lectures wero being given in one
of the churches:—
For Sunday, Aprtl 3rd,
TUB RBVEnENO Oakon	
.   " Descended Into Hell."
You nre nil nfleotlonately Invited.
A. I). Dos Kochcrs, Arthabaskaville,
KB., writes: "Thirteen years ago I was
seized with a severe attack of rheumatism in tho head, from, which I nearly
constantly suffered, until after having
used Dr. Thomas' tiolectrlc Oil for nine
days, bathing tlie head, Ac, when I was
completely cured, and havo only used
half a bottle."
CommttTtixatitrtu.
The Loan Scheme.
KditoaColuiiuian. —Reading a report
of the council's discussion at lut meeting
cannot give one a favorable impression
of the council's ability to prudently deal
with a loan of $70,000 for eity purposes.
Sir, I think, under present circumstances, It would be premature and unsafe to deal with such a loin. It would
be wiser for the counoil to rclim on unsold eity lots; pay off as much as possible
of the city's present indebtedness, urge
on the building of the Southern Branch
railway to the boundary at Semiahmoo;
and, If successful, within two years,—
then borrow to lull extent, initiate a
scientific system of drainage; bnild
streets, and do other necessary work.
As regards work on Queen's Park at
present no taxes should be applied there.
Application might be mode to the proper
authorities for the use of ten prisoners
with guard, until the park is perfectly
cleared; then the council could have it
fenced, and laid off to suit tho public
Citizex.
We Want to Know.
EoiTon CoLounux Can you tell tho
public of how much taxation they are to
bo relieved by the "Loan By-Law, 1887"
—the new $75,000 loan! It levies a rate
of $8 on $1000, and it provides for taking
off all existing special rates. What is
the amount of those rates?'The pnbllo
should have full information on this
point.
Again, can you tell us what amount, if
any, is to bo devoted to sewerage! A
few hundred dollars as a prise for the
plan of a sewerage system, and a few
thousands for tbe building of the most
essential, or most useful, part of that
aystem, would bo an expenditure com*
mending Itself to tbe good sense of the
rate-payers. You very properly remarked the other day, that we had ono of the
healthiest cities on tho continent. Surely
that good name is worth preserving.
Seventy-five' thousand dollars is not a
very great sum for a city like this—it
would not begin to pay our whisky bill
for a year—but it is too much to expend
without making o-stort on, thorKKfi! needed improvement ol all. Citizen.
Another Steamship Line.—Chinese Cases.
r>su>er skM*T*il«.
Uy Associated Proas.
ANOTMEK HTKAMSUIrvMSU.
San Fiianoisco, June 15. — The
statement is again published hero in
an apparently authentic form that the
Marquis Del Campo, a successful
Spanish capitalist'and owner of steamship lines operating between' Spain,
Cuba, tlie Phillipine Islands and South
America, has finally completed arrangements for placing a lino of steamers on
tho Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, in
opposition to the Pacific Mail Steamship Co. Tho Spanish steamers will run
from here to Panama, touching at the
principal Mexicaii.CentralAmerican,
and coast ports and connect with other
steamers running between New York
and Aspinwall. The marquis hu
secured concessions from Mexican and
Central American governments whereby all dutiable goods shipped by his
line nre allowed a duty rebate of ton
percent., and the lino also receives a
direct subsidy from Central American
and Mexican republics. The tint
steamer for the line wu recently
launched from the English ship yard
and christened "Costa Rioa." The
other steamers of tlie lino will bo
named Salvador, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Honduras, San Francisco, Panama,
tnd Colon. Tho steamers will begin
their trips in September and run
weekly and carry passengers aud
freight.
OHINEHB CASUS.
San Francisco, June 10.—The federal court, are almost exclusively occupied just now with Chinese habeas
corpus coses. There wore sixty such
coses on the calendar of the circuit and
district courts for hearing to-day.
Circuit Judge Sawyer heard 25 petitions and all petitioners were allowed
to land. Tho court room and other
corridon leading thereto were crowded
with Chinamen, fully 200 being present. Then were about 12 women and
childron seated in tho court room, one
big woman wearing shoes not much
larger than an infant's slippers, Tho
large lobby nf the court room was
packed with swarthy Mongolians, and
the judge, the court officers, and two
or three attorneys, with an interpreter,
comprised the white persons present.
Three more of the missing Port Town
sond certificates were presented, and
their cues Were postponed until the
commission can investigate the matter
at Port Townsond. It will bo remembered that on Juno Oth, in Judge Hoffman's court, 1001 certificates wero
shoiVn to have mysteriously disappeared from tho Port Townsond custom
houso. The judge said nt the time
that the commissioners should bo tent
to make a thorough investigation of
the case. Eight days have since
elapsed, but so far u can be learned
nothing hts yet been don. lit the mat-
ter.
PAUPER RMIORATION.
Nnw York, June Uth,—Tho hearing of the habeas corpus proceedings
in tho case uf 71 immigrants who oslne
over on the 13. S. Oily of Chester, and
had been forbid by the emigrant coin-
inissiotiors tj land It Liberty, came up
before Judge Browu in ths U. S. District Court this afternoon. Tbe testimony showed thlt commissioners hid
•      i
directed the detention of the immi-
?rants solely on the ground that their
aro to thia oountry had been paid by
the British Government. Judge
Drown decided u their objections to
their landing hsd not included the
statutory reasons for describing the
immigrant* u paupers, to disoharg.
them. The ttttut. gives as reuons
for the prevention of landing of paupers: Incapacity by reason of age,
feebleness or physical infirmity, idiocy,
or lunacy. Judge,Brown remarked
that the conclusion arrived at by the
commissioners might have been from
as reasonable grounds ss the statutes
prescribed, but It wu illegal. '
The Dead.
Scheuren, the eelebnted landscape
painter, hit died at Russeldorf, Germany.
 »-«-»	
A. D. Noyes, Newark, Michigan,
writes; "I have enquired at tho drug
stores for Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil, but
have failed to find it. We brought a
bottle with us from Quebec, but It is
nearly gone ud we do not want to be
without it, u my wife is troubled with a
pain In the shoulder, .and nothing else
gives relief,   Can you send us some?"
Condensed Despatches.
A disastrous fin it nging in Lules,
Sweden.        .       ^ ,. .
I   Prince Bismsrek wlll^n to Kissengen
in August.
Queen Viotoria, in commemoration
of her jubilee, will gnnt an amnesty
to all military and naval prisoners eon-
victed for offences.
Senor Balaguzcr, Spanish minister
of colonies, will introduce in the cortet
t bill giving every Cubtn who ptys |40
in taxes the right to vote in elections
for members of cortes.
A Compute Rxvolutios In the state of
the stomach harassed by Dyspepsia is
caused by using Northrop ft Lyman's
Vegetable Discovery, or gnat blood purifier, a medicine specially adapted to renew healthy activity In that organ and
in those which most olosely co operate
with.lt, the bowels and the liver. Easy
digestion, an increase of appetite and a
free secretion of biio, mark tho radical
change whioh lt produces.
Wholesale city Market,
Beef,    per lOOIbs tlOOOalUOO
Fork       "       io oo Sum
Mutton       "  10 00 9 0 OS
Hldesltr'n)"   6 009 7 0S
Potatoes    "           1 Jo a 0 80
Turnips      " -.-..*   0 0O@ 0 76
Carrol.      "  0 009 0 75
Parsnips    "    0 75 If! 100
Beets "    0 759 100
Cabbage    "  2 50® 8 00
Onions      "  3 009 0 00
Wheal        "   150 9 176
Oat. "    _.  1608 1«»
Peas "   I 608 000
Ray,      nor ton 20 00926 00
Butter Irons) pern  0261 000
Cheese, "  0 208 0 OO
Ens,      perdos „  0 269001
Geese,       eaoh   1 608 1 75
Ducks "  0 259 0 90
Chickens,  i......  0 508 0 75
Turkeys, per lb        0 259080
Cordwood (retail) per cord   3 609 4 00
The Great French Remedy, Dr, Le-
Due's Periodical Pills. Thus Pills are
compounded from the purest drugs, and
from those only whioh an known to set
upon the Generative Organ* in Females.
They are first enclosed in an air-tight
capsule, and by this 'means made to retain their full strength for yean lu any
climate. Ask us for private circular.
A. M. Hkrhino * D. 8. Cbrtis ft Co.,
New Westminster; T. MoNeeley, Ladner's Landing; H, McDowell ft Co., Vancouver; Fimbnry ft Co., Nanaimo; T.
Pickard, Dcnmon Island; A. R. Johnson
ft Co,, Chemainus; R. B. Richardson
Cowiobau; W. E. McCartney ft Bra.,
Vancouver and Kamloops; Bastings Saw
Mill Co., Vancouver; The Vancouver
Drug Co., Vanoonver; J, B. Lovell, Yale;
W. B. Megaw, Prie«t Valley; H. Clark
ft Co., Kamloops; Lamolev ft Co.,
wholesale agents, Victoria,    dwse28yl
§T. PAUL1* rHURCH. Kerviees every Sunday at 11 A. M. and 7 r. H. In
e Church, 8U John street, below Royal
avenue. Beau free, .11 an cordially Invited. Sunday School at 3.60 p.*.
(Mstc)
METHODIST OllVncil, Mary 81.
Hev. C. Watson, Pastor. Services at
m. and 7 p. m. Sunday School and
Bible Class li* p. m. Prayer Meeting on
Thursdays at s p. m. Seats free; strantera
cordially invited, je7-tc.
SAPTl.T CHURCH, Agnes Street,
i eut of Mary Street. Rev. Robert
nnle, Pasuir. Lord's lnyServlcoaatll
6ni. and 7 p. m. Sabbath School and
Ible Class .1 3i:» p. in. All seats free;
BtranKersoordlally welcomed,   d-desltfl
VAIOH LODO.B He, t, A, F,
Th. regular Com*
this Lodis are
.   w    „  Mondaylneaeh
month. Sojournlnt brethren are oordiai-
ly Invited to attend
PETER ORANT,
Ie2S-to Secretary.
_    VAIOH LODO.B
_/V- * A. M.-The
7&>\ mnnlctlons ol t
/▼ \ heldonthellrsts
.    •fcTOTIOE.    .
TO ROAD CONTRACTORS.
QKALBD TENDERS WILL  BK  RK-
D colvodbythe
of Rata..
Rtruattbn
red by the undersigned up
if*w Ihe vffttk tail., fori
m of a road from Af twnli
to noon
.„„ — the con*
Af tvtKlt Station
to Hnrrlnou Lake Hot Spring*.
Specifications cim beneenan  ....
tender obtained at the Government Offlee.
tt and forms far
N*w Westminster, and at tha house of IX
Robertson, fttrinor, near Agassis Station.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
Rf.'ceptetl, ,i
O. WARWICK,
Oorern ment Agent.
New Westminster. June lath, 1887.
dwjelfltd
Business Chance!
rpIIE PROPRIETOR OP ONE OF THE!
JL louditiff Business Houses and In tlie
best business part of this city, being about
to vlMt his home abroad, on business,
olttert for sale his stock ant] Interest on
easy termn-% cosh down; balance on
time. Apply at this Office. dJeTte
UNDERTAKING.
rarnr. undersigned havin* with-
■ drawn (rom the Arm ol Wintemute.
Oalbick t Co., wishes to say that he will
wnilnue '.DUTtr.nubusln.Hln
.11 Its branches, and maybe found lor the
present at Kwen's Cnnery bulldlnt, cor.
Columbia and Beibl. sM, Alurther.n-
nounromentwlll bemad.Jn a lew days.
dwJcHwI D. B. OALBIOS?.
Change of Name.
THK UNDERSIGNED FIRM DOING
business In Hoots und Klines on Columbia Street will hereafter be known as
"•Irani *IHaelnK."
CEO. H. GB'ANT A CO.,
June 81b, 1987.          NewWestmlnster.
,-.,.■■    '        dJeSwl .	
tENDERa
-mENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
X tho undersigned nt Victoria until 10
o'clock a. m. of Mimilay. June Mth, for
the erection of a BRICK and STONE
SUILDING to be occupied by the Bank of
. O. at New Westminster. Teriders may
bo handed II. V. Edmonds, Esq., New
Westminster, where the plans may now
be seen. Plans oan also tie seen at my
offlee, Victoria.
Tbe owner reserves the right to reject
any or nil tenders.
■Jjeetd E. H. FISHER, Architect.
Estate of Kelly Bros.
takejStige.
Henry, V. Edmonds Is alone authorised
by us to receive payment thmor ami to
live receipts (or same.
S. 3. PI
Asslmees.I Estate'
dmhJstc
TENDERS FOR
Brick Building!
3LENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
. tbe undersigned up to noon on MON-
AY, 20th INHT., for constructing a 3*
story Brick Building on Lot 2, Block fl,
Front Street,
Plans and specifications can be Keen nt
the office of Henry V. Edmonds, McKen*
tie Street.
The lowest or any tender not necesyiirily
accented,
djtfjld JNO. A. WEBSTER.
NOTICE.
TENDERS ARE INVITED BY, THE
undersigned till the 25th hint., for the
erection of an Agricultural Hall on the
Chllliwhack Fair Ground. Plans anil
specifications may ho seen at Mr, S.'Caw<
ley's residence, Centrcvllle, till thelMi
Inst., and after thnt dnto at the office o:
the local government agent. New West
minster. All tenders must be endorsed
by two responsible bondsmen. The low
est or any tender not.necessarily accepted
J. V. THOMSON,
S.O.A.S
Chllliwhack, June 10,1887,     dwjclilld
NOTICE TOJAXPAYERS.
Assessment Act and Provin
cial Revenue Tax.
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.
•VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THA*
il Provincial Revenue Tax and al
Tales levied under the Assessment Acti
for tbe year 1887, aro duo and payable ti
my offlee.
Additional expense will bo avoided b
paying same on or before the 80th inst.
O. WARWICK.
Assessor tbColiorto!
New Westminster, June 10,1887. dwjcltt
lyBrot.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THA'
ll the partnership heretofore conslsttn
EetWken the umlcrsurned as furnltui
dealers,cabinet makers and undertaker
under the name, style and firm of Wlntt
mute* Calblck A Co., haa this day bee
dissolved by mutual consent.
The business of furniture dealers an
cabinet makers will be carried un byJoh
Wf«e>ute and fobertWJhterauto,Wb
wile aJtsumo UJl UifrUmefc.tMi'toy a
accounts due by thtv late firm and collet
all debts duo to tho same and to wboi
alone payments are authorized to t
made.
tinted June mb. 1887,
JOHN WINTEMUTE.
ROBERT WINTEMUTE,
D. B. OALBICK.-
WlTNHU'
BT.J.'WHrrESIDE. JollUIOWl
B. C. Penitentiary
TENDERS WILL HE RECEIVED 11
tbe undersigned until 12o'clock not
on Monday, June 27th, 1887. for supplyli
the Penitentiary from  July 1st, lfiST.
June 80th, 1888, with tho following article
1. Coal—Wellington Forocnnd.
1 Beef.
8. Brcud—while nnd brown,   i
4. Salmon [red], fresh and salt.
R. Groceries.
0, Blankets [white, i-pM, per pair.
7, Floor—best brand tn market -
8, Leather and Findings for Shoo £
"-*-■■--•■-*■■ -'-blob oan bo obtain,
.--..v-.,™........ lVnik'nllfiry. ,   •
-neither the lowest or any tender nect
detailed lists of which flan bo obtained t
application nt tho Itonitcntltiry.,
'neither the lowest or na-
■arlly accepted.
Samples may bo, seen and blank fori
of tender obtained on application to I!
accountant at tho Fenltoullary.    .
No tender will be considered unless t
these blank forms.
Imperial weights and measures rem.
ed. All articles supplied to be of the bt
quality.    .
[Signed],    ARTHUR H. MoBRlDE,
June 8th, 1887. ajeOt!
1887
— *■? 3BK » —
City of Vancouver
Extends an Invitation to tlie Pnbll
generally to Join Its cltlacns In the
OELEBRAlSi
--— OF THE-—
Jubilee Year
Ot the Reign of Her Most Gracious
| Majcsly, /   ! ,!'
Queen Victori
DOMINION   DA\
THB COMPLETION or THE
Canadian > Pacific Rallwi
.-^•TOIIS	
WESTERN TERMINUi
And the Inauguration nf a complete D
Mid Steamship Route from the Orlen
the Occident through British Territory
OX IHR F1BST OF JVtT REIT
Mee Hand-bills tor Suorls and Prises.
B< Onoaa or tu* CovMrrni
dwJ.NtU

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