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THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
—IB   PUDUSIIED	
Kverj Wednesday & Saturday,
_■*!—
D. ROBSON St, CO.
OFFICE COLUMBIA STREET. Emtmnoe to Eoi-
ioihl ANs Business department through T. B.
Puuoh * Go-s. Book & Stationed Store.
TEUU-By Mnll, $3»>•«I tl 50 for 6 mm.I
,1 for a moa. i |i»yablo In Ailian-o. Dell.orerl
bjOarrlomr Agent, fl per qrmrtor, payable
qn.rloily to Carrier or Agent.
AOENTS
T. N. Hiiieh A Ct. Viotoria.
T. R. Pearsoh « Ci. Yale.
THIS PAPER
N.w.p.pei  AdTprtJ.lne
mny Le funuil on file Kt
     _ _..    Oeo. P. Rowell A Co.'.
H.w.p.p.1 AdTertlBlng Borenn(10 Spnice St.),
wh.r. nrlT.rtl.Eng contract, mny be mnde Tor It In
KEW YOKK.
Ike f rilish dohnnbian.
VattolAl Nomina, June J!JI. 1884).
Current Events and Opinions.
The latest sensation is that the
New England fishermen uro to form
a seoret organization to force the
United States to take action against
the Canadians. Iho story runs
that if within a month the' government does not move, they propose'
to .drive away every Canadian vessel bringing lish to the United
States from Canadian ports, by
force if necessary. Spies have been
sent to Nova Scotian ports to telegraph the departure of cargoes for
the States. Tho government has
strength enough to suppress the
fishermen, but at tlie same time if
things are allowed to drift in their'
present direction much longer, serious trouble will be invited. The
movement above outlined, if there
is any truth in the statement, means
private war, which, unless promptly
checked, must tend to national hostilities. Optimists may pooh-pooh
the idea of England and the United
States fighting over a kettle of lish
but a small spark, well blown, will
kindle a great fire; and Canadian
revenue authorities and our fishermen are doing a great deal of blowing. The latter are righteously indignant at tbe injustice practiced
upon them, but they should not be
allowed to imperil international relations by illegal retaliations. If
the Dominion authorities strike at
our tariff over the heads of our fishermen, it is the duty of the government to hit back by decreeing non-
intercourse, or to seek a diplomatic
settlement of the matter;' but the
course laid out by the fishermen is
in law and fact revolutionary.—
S. F. Bulletin.
The British Columbian.
VOLUME 29
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1886.
NUMBER 50
pose only of obtaining shelter, wood,
water, ««<* bait"; and (that the
American plenipotentiaries expressly gave up the right to take bait,
and acquiesced in the omission of
that word after the word "water"
in tho treaty; now that this has been
pointed out, the treaty of 1818 has
been thrown overboard altogether,
and it is oluimed by the journalistic
champions of the New England
fishermen that the denial to these
of the right to buy bait iu Canadinn
ports is a withdrawal of a commercial privilege granted to the States
by the Imperial parliament in 1849,
which thon accepted the privileges
of an act passed by congress in4824,
tendering to any power the same
degree of commercial privileges for
its shipping in American ports
which, it conceded to American
shipping in its own ports. But the
reply to this is that buying bait is
not wholly a matter of. commerce:
it belongs rather to the fishing industry than to trading. Every na
tion has the right tp central its
inshore fisheries, and the denial of
bait to the American'fishermen is
in tho legitimate exercise of this
right. If Americans wish to buy
Canadian bait they must give a fair
quid pro quo for the privilege, which
is a key wherewith Canada expects
to open the American market to
her fish; but if it do not, 'she is not
going to throw the key away.—The
Week.
T-v  MeLajAX, M.D.
bt-.ee and Residence:—Occident Hotol,
JiiSOtc
ttov Westminster, B. C.
TOHH UAKROW, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OjmcE-Nejtt Elian's Tailor Shop, Cor.
Church nud Coium bin Sts. no22tc
Mr. Blaine's speech nt Portland
upon the Irish question breathes
the old-fashioned spirit of hostility
to England, and its tone sliirCs'that
ho has not forgotten the Irish vote
which supported him in 1884, and
which undoubtedly lie hopes to ro<
tain in 1888. Yet in expressing
sympathy with Mr. Gladstone's
effort to settle the old difficulty in
a manner which he does not believe
threatens the unity of the empire,
and which aims at peace by justice,
Mr, Blaine is in entire uccord with
tho general and intelligent sentiment
of this country. That sentiment is
not due to any American desire to
see England humiliated or weakened, but to see the traditional
wrong of Ireland rodrcsscd. In
the progress of liberty and civilization the English-speaking race is
now substantially allied, and while
the exigencies of domestic Amcri
oan politics may seem to require in
, every discussion a tone of defiance
and hostility toward the elder
branch of the race whioh is entirely
unwnrthy of a patriotic American
statesman, no lover of liberty would
wish to see England seriously crippled by any other continental power.
The wrongs of Ireland are denied
by eminent Englishmen, and the
assertion is strongly made that there
are no Irish grievances to be redressed. Lord Salisbury, speaking
for the Tories, presents the practical alternative of Irish emigration
or coercion. But that does not
satisfy Mr. Chamberlain, who is not,
as he says, hostile to home rulo of
some kind. And the Conservative
"Member of Parliament" who writes
* Sunday letter to the HeraU, and
who has anticipated Mr. Gladstone's
defeat, says that "amid the wreck
of parties and tho downfall of
statesmen Iroland will get redress
of her just and pressing grievances."
This is a strong statement that
thore are Irish wrongs, and that
however excessive the Irish demands, there is reason for Irish
agitation. This is unquestionably
the American view.—Hnrmr's
Weekly.
The indications are that Canada
will receive tho support of tho
Mother Country in exacting a quid
pro quo tor what the American lish:
ermen demand. No doubt it would
have pleased England bettor if tho
dispute had not arison just now; but,
having arisen, Canada, with her re
cent development, her Pacific Kailway, makes too largo a figure for lior
deiires to be ignored or overridden
as thoy were by the Gladstouo gov.
eminent of fifteen years ago. In
the evorohanging scene of American fishery politics it is somewhat
diflicult to fix upon the exact point
of dispute in tho present case, beoause the moment this is dono tho
ground is shifted. The other day it
was tho treaty of 1818 that boro on
the subjeot, as not expressly prohih
iting the buying of bait, but now
that it has been discovered thnt the
pertinent clause in that trenty, as
originally proposed, road—"Provided, however, that American fishermen shall ho permitted to enter
such hays and harbors for the pur-
The session of the Dominion
parliament that closed last week
was not distinguished by milch
useful legislation, Besides the bills
giving representation to the Northwest Territories, and introducing
the Torrens land system there, no
measure I of | first-olass importance
has been this year placed on the
statute book.' '■ Tho session began
rather lute, and much of its time
was spent over the entirely useless
discussion ns to whether or not the
sentence pronounced by the courts
on Riel ought to have been set aside
by the government. In this discussion the opposition were by a
skilful manoeuvre lod to muster
their whole forces and fight a
pitched buttle against a windmill,
and of course | they were worsted;
but. it may be hoped, notwithstanding the waste of power, that they
have,.reserved enough force for the
larger campaign that ought now to
be .fought without the walls of parliament. A dissolution cannot*1 bo
fur off, and it is in the ensuing election campaign that the polioy and
conduct of tho government in the
North - west should be arraigned
beforo the country. Never, before,
under confederation, had the Liberal
party such a, genuine advantage
over their adversary as is aflbrded
by this plain issue—the results of
Conservative government in tho
North-west. These results ore latent lo nll, they were experienced by
the whole country in a terrible
manner a year ago,' nnd some of the
causes have come to view during the
past session in the blaze of political
scandals wherewith it began, c
tinued, and ended. If the men
concerned in these scandals be not
relegated to private life at the
approaching general 'election,' it can
only be because the constituencies
are as corrupt as the representatives.
In mnny cases doubtless' it is a matter of mutual Inrgain: tho .member'
plunders the public , treasury for
local purposes, and is allowed to
take liis share in the,shapeJnost
convenient to himself. She! whole
system of state aid to local improvements is in faet Wrong and fraught
with danger under our system of
parliamentary government; and
while it is by no means clear, that
if tho Liberal party hud the pat-
ronngu of a vast, newly developed
territory to dispose of thoy would
do much better thnn their rivals,
none the less can it be good thut
tho present state of things should
continue longer unchecked. — The
Week.
TT   Jt. COOPER, B. A.M. I),
PHYSICIAN * SURGEON.
OFFIOE and RESIDKNCK-Cliiiie'l St.
tnext door to Farmers' Home), near
Columhla St., New Westmlniter, B.O.
OFFIOE HOUHS-8to 10a.m.; Itoland
8.1*0 to s p. m. Cnl is In town und country promptly nttended to. *.JMo
D'
,B. F. WELSH,
M
Mcelroy * fits', henry
wish to Inform the Liulles of New
Westminster thnt they havo opened a
Dress-Making Establishment
-AT-
TtMPF BRO'S NTOHIJ, lllll lllll A ST.
Where thoy will be prepared to execute
nny ordors entrusted tolhem In Iho Intest
stylos nnd with nil possible despatch,
New Westminster, Oct. Oth, 18*5.   oc7to
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARK STBEET • V1CT0KI1.
AOSJNTS   3TOJR
North British and Mercantile
insurance Co. for Mainland.
DENTIST,
Colonial Hotol,
New Westminster, B. C.
rn r. smuts,
' DENTAL SURGEON,
All dental operations   skilfully performed. All work guaranteed.
Offlce at the Colonial Hotel.      de23tc
a
B. C.
BROWS,
DENTIST.
OtTioi-Over B. s. Curtis t Oo.'s Dru«
Store, Columbia St., New Westminster.
Hoiirs-9 to 12; 1:30 to 7.
Will visit Chilliwhack the lint Monday
and two following- days In ench month.
Teeth painlessly extracted.    nu!2
pouoiiut, sieceu st AnuNsex,
barristers,
solicitors, etc.
Offlee. Mekensle Street, New Westminster,
and Graovillo, B. C. delOte
■nr   1VOBHAN BOLE,
BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
Land Ageut Money to Loan.
Columbia Street,
setto NewWestminster, B.O.
DRESS-MAKING.
Misses McDOUGALL
Will open aFnshlunableDress-making
Establishment on
MONDAY, the IITH INSTANT,
One Door below A. M. Herring's
Drug store.
A share of publio patronage Is respectfully solicited.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
 JliMu
A   B.HOWIB,
A. Formerly Howse, Hill* Rlckman,
begs to announce that he will resume business as
Harvey.-, leal IsUM Broker an*
Conveyancer
On and after tbe 21st Instant  Offloe, New
Caledonia Hotel, Murray St, Fort Moody.
seine
TOHH PKNBERTHY,
MINING AND LAND SURVEYOR,
ACCOUNTANT aad
GENERAL AGENCY OFFIOE,
'. Maps and Drawings nealy executed.
Hastings Slreel. Vanemrer, B.C.
111  J. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columblastreet.. NewWestminster
All commissions wilt receive prompt
and careful uttentlon. Best references
given when required. mhu-to
J.C. HUGHES,
Real Kittle Broker, Auctloneer,
CoRYeranclBg, etc*
Opposito Post Offloe,     New Westminster.
Will shortly open an offloe at Vancouver, Coal Harbor.
Correspondence solicited. no28to
A SUnfuril, Ky., tiabemmn tioa
•hort fishing lines with baited hooks to
(ho feot of Inn neese and drives them
inlo tlie wnter. When fish bite at tho
hooks tho frightened geese make for
tho shore, and in this way the cute fellow get* a cheap supply of fresh fish.
At the beginning of the century thb
London population wss no greater than
that of Philadelphia to-duy, but tho
great metropolis now contains' more
peoplo than the whole of Scotland, or
tho whole of Switzerland, or all of the
Australian colonies.
"Has my client anything right?"
asked a counselor, out of patience, of a
brothor wrangler at the bar. "I know
not/' was tho response. "But ono
thing ie certain—whtm you get through
with him ho'Il havo nothing left.— Jt>,
Tho UotliHcliilds of Paris havu spent
some 2,500,000 franca in helping Marcel Deprex to perfect his machinery for
tho transportation of electricity to long
distances. M. Doproz is wiid to be
uear the end of his work.
The Highland Reform League, at m
meeting in Glasgow, has adopted roso*
lutione favoring homo rule for Scotland nnd the eitablishmont ot a separate Scotch legislature.
Dr, Leonard- tho prohibition candidate for governor of Ohio, anys he
beliovos in taking tbe rum devil by
tho horn. That's the way wo all take
\t,~Omaha Herald.
W. D. FERRIS,
UUD, BOUSE ul Mmi. iOZKT
Rent and Debt Collector.
SITKIUL flOOD F1BMS FOB SUE.
Aijnl l»r lie  nUTEIWS Ull aa*
«< idjcit mat at me eoarint,
■aMIkM. can.
OFFICBi-Ferrls Slreet, New Westminster., (elte
Woodip Tteurft BukUi
LAND SURVEYORS,
8e»l Estate, Insurance and
Commission Agents.
'IK, LIFE, 'UNDENT A MMINE INSURANCE
COLUMBIA STREET,
Telephone 39.       SEW 1TE»Tlfl*iSTMl.
HACK. FOR HIRE.
THE UNDERSIGNED lias efitnbllahetl
himself In tho Citv of Xew Westminster with a FIRST-CLASS
COVERED CARRIAGE,
Whieh Is open for Euftagcnieiits at
very moderate *'Iihi*kcn.
Ordera left at Mr. Josuph Wise's stable,
or senft*by telephone, will lie promptly
attended to day or night.
m ,    , JOS. CATES.
Telephone No. 45. invite.
WEST END
Plain and Fancy
|    Uilt-h.    110D|
And Confectionery always on linnd.
H.
C. BEETON*CO.,
36 Finsbury Circus,
Loudon, E. C.
GEO. A. NEWMAN,
ARTIST TAILOR
J.A.CAWLEY&C0.
HAVING PURCHASED THE
Shingle Mill .»„
Pomp Factory
At POl'CUM, are prepared to execute all
Orde-ni promptly and to the Hatiofnclion
o/ their ouitomors.
Ill IflBdt of-TUNING done tm order.
J. A. CAWLEY A CO.
JaWc POPCUM, B.C.
Sunnyside Hotel,
GRANVILLE, B. 0.
H. HEMWIH-,
PBOPEIIIOI.
Jor §ale or to Stni.
COTTAGE TO RENT
INA PLEASANT PAItT OF THE C'T
WOODS, TURNER A GAMBLE.
FOR SALE:
440  AgS^T7r2^"?pVpfyVA,U,■
House to Rent.
pOMFORTABIJ" DWELLING, Qneen
\l Avenuej contains 7 rooms, wllh on
houses, Ao.  Apply on the premises,
mtunto     MBS. WARREN DeBECK.
JI
Formerly employed MA, Oretl
* tea, Vlcleru.)
AS OPENED AN ESTABLISHMEN*
J.  on his own nccount, In the Oity of
_ ew Westminster, and has ne connection
whatever with his former employers, A.
Gregg A Son.  Persons wishing
GARMENTS OF ANY KIND
Male ap I. Ike latest styles ud la a
Shonld call on GEO. A, NEWMAN.
lnijJlm      At Goldstoneis, Front Street
WALSH
The Mel Mr
Columbia 81,, New Wffltmioiter.
Delivered o any part of tho City.
Columbia Street.
H. KEUL.LS,
Manufacturer A Importer of
B'Ot>TS   AND
_SHOES
ladle*', lienW,  Mil-ten' and lltlldrra'a
Bool*. Bboei and «ul ten-
Made to Order and Kept on Hand.
COLUMBIA STBEET, ~ OPP. HYACK HALL
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
mil-Ito
(i
STEAMER
GLADYS"
CHANGE OF TIME.
MON
JNTIL FURTHER NOTIOE WILL
leave Ewen A Co.'s wharf at 7 a. m.
ONDAY for CHILLIWHACK and Way
Places, returning on Tuesday. Will goto
GRANVILLE and return on WEDNESDAY. Leave at 7 ft. in. THURSDAY for
HOPE and Way Places, returning on Snt-
unUy.
Through connection wit lithe 'TEASER'
to and from Victoria.
For Freight or Passage, apply on bonrd
orto
MR. DRAPER,
apSte On tho Wharf.
RAND BROS.
DIAL BBTATK BROKER*,
Conwy nno em, Col lectori,
And Ift-mr*nc« Agcnta,
O-Hcei at VICTORIA: Fort Street,
NEW WESTMINSTER* Columliia St,, opposite Pout Offlce,
VANCOUVER,next doortoSun-
nyidde Hotel.
RUILDING LOTH for sale In nll ficcttoni
of Vancouver and New West minuter City,
n^P-^ LANDS £>f luperlor quality at
Chilliwhack, Port Hammond, Langley,
Mntflqul,StimiiM,Mud Bny.Li-diif-r'HLand'
Ing, Lulu Inland, North Arm A I'lti River.
Mnpaand Plum, exhibited ami the full-
out Information furtilHliednt all ouroflloeti
fowto
PITT & CO.,
Real Estate, Mining
AND MONEY BROKERS,
-AND-
General Commission Ag'ts
VANCOUVER. B. C.
LOANS NEGOTIATED.
te-tle
Ladles' anil   Children's Reailymnile
Costumes, at less than oost, for cash, nt   „,..
Jss. Ellard * Co's. jnltlto    I
RYDER & GIBSON,
PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS
HOPE, B. C.
HAVING JUST OPENED a flrat-olnmt
Blnckt-mlth Shop nt Hopo, the undersigned beg to t-ollcltn share of public
patronage.
All work entrusted to them will be done
Innrst-elUH style, nnd nt lowest utirront
FURNITURE
W. PROTHERO & CO.
MANUFACTUHERS AND DEALEBSIN
'  AM, KINDS OF FUIINITURE.
REMOVED
•Hfc-To shop lately occupied by Mr. Darcy,
Columblastreet.
Call nnd examine our stock nud pr let's
before buying. We can't he. IXMsUtMht*
In tho eity. Repairing of all kinds neatly
dono. W. PROTHERO A CO.
 solflto	
WEBB'S
HAVING JUST RECEIVED OUR NEW
Spring Stock, we Invite Inspection of
the finest selection of
oRltsb, Scotch, Grrniani French,
and American
©ShSUITINGS!
Ever shown In New Westminster. We
haveHeoured the services of MR. HUGH
O'HAGAN,n practical Cuttcrwho has had
long experience In London, Paris,and the
leading eastern cities, and for a GOOD FIT
and artistic style we defy competition,
mhMte THOS. WALSH.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'V.
1 Old Bkoaii Sr. and 16 Pali. Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES t OTHBR
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stook,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships build.
Ing and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, u—
GoodB on board .uch Vessels, throughout
tlicm Britain and Lrelanii ud la Foreign
Countries,
FRUM 10BS OS SiJUrSK BI HRK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium ud every information can be obtained on application to
W. J. ABBSTRONe,
Agent f or Na* Westminster.
No Moderation!
No Botheration!
F. KIMBLE,
CXTS"
Baksr and Frodueo Sealer
J. G. BUNTE,
Importer and Dealer in
Us in
Spring, Hair, Vm) and Straw
Mattresses to Order.
Blanket*, Chamber Sets, Window Shades
OU Cloths, Matting, Wall Paper.
Baskets, Bird Cafes, Flower Tola,
Hanging Baskets, Picture*,
Frames, Brackets,
Baby Carriages, otc.
Undertaking; Embalming • specialty.
Pleaie give una call be/ore purchasing
J. G. BUNTE,
Post Offlee, Columbia Btreet,
New Westminster.
elsewhere. J. 6-
OppoHito"
aptftc
-ROYAL CITY-
W. R. AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
taral Mercy iss!
A large Assortment of
DRY QPOA-9
-ANB-
GROCERIES
ALWAV8 ON HAND.
SX&37- azid. Feed.
WHOLESALE! AND RETAIL.
WOOD ANV COAft I
ANV PART OF TU CRT.
We mn two stages dally,e-cceptflnndays,
to Port Moody, carrying H.K.S. mails.
As no liquor or tobacco Is used we can by
temperate habits and careful economy
servo the publia at especially low ratea
IMPORTANT NOTICE
Everybody says they
are poor, but I have
grown rich by keeping the best articles
in my line, and not.
having two prices but
treating all alike.
"Ver- Small Front* mid Quick
KeUrni," is my motto.
GUNS,
Rifles, Revolvers, Ammunition, Fishing
Tackle, and sll other sporting goods.
A full lino of
BAR FIXINGS,
Including Tumblers,  Fancy Decanters,
Cards, Dice, Poker Chips; a large
assortment of
OUTLERY,  YANKEE   NOTIONS,
And nil other Fancy Qoods.
Pipes, Tobacco and Cigars, nnd other
tempcranoo letas from n needle to an anchor, too mention to numerous, nil of
which enn bo Inspcutud at the
HOLE IN THE WALL,
RYDER ts GIBSON,   I Columbia Stroot, Now Westminster, II. 0.
lIUTIo 1 »|>3to
mil Htr
I II.WF..IUSTRECEIVED.AIAROE
ASSORTMENT 01*
Guns and Rifles!
or Kvorr Boscrlpll.1,
Whero iiiiyoiio enn olmose what hors
iinlros ut l'RICES WHICH THEY JtAVB
NEVER BEFORE BEEN OFFERED ATI
It will inr I. look M lkn> kefrt tmr-
iim .I.owkero.
A FULL STOOK OF
AMMirarmoir
ur I Jirr host Quality, iwlow.M It C«n
posslMj/bosolil.
Tobacco,
Cigars, Pipes,
AND    .
General Merchandise
HlBjIiostoash price paid for all kind,
ol FDRS.
A. GUTMANN,
oStto •n.slta Clnlal ■«*.  .
COMPANY, LIMITED,
Eichard Street,
WW \Wffl!Q* I C„
MANUFACTUREHS AKD DEALERS
IN ALL KINDS OF
Merchant's Exchange
MERCHANT'S SQUARE,
Columbia St.,    New Wntmlnitor.
THE RESTAURANT AND SLEEPING
apartments are under the manage*
ment ol Mr. aud Mn. J. A. Held, whose
long experience Is a sufficient guarantee
to the public.
Board and lodging bythe day,,1.00; by
tbe week, ts. Single meals, 25 nli. Heals
at all reasonable hours.
The house IS welt nlted up an d vory comfortable,  STTNo Chinese employed.
COME AND SEE I
W. H. HOLOEN,
HAVINOTAON POSSESSION OF
the "Temperance House," frontinr
on Columbian-id Church Streets,opposite
the Episcopal Church, and now Known
as the
FARMERS'HOME!
"Will accommodate the traveling publie
at tho following rates:
Board per day „,ii 00
" ,   " week  „..„..„ 000
Single Meals ,    25
Beds ,    as ..
, MuOood accommodation for adles and
families. mytte
TEMPERANCE
RESTAURANT
Cor. Mary ami Columbia Sts.
MISS RUMEBY HAS OPENED A
fltst-class Boarding House and Res-
iint in the premisesfomerly occupied
by Mr. Vf. H. Keary.
Boarders taken by the day or week, and
patrons ofthe bouse secure all the oom*
Forts of a home.
MealH served at all reasonable hours.
Hot coffee and light refreshments. Free
reading room attached. Miss Rumen-
personnily auperlntendn the cooking.
TERMS MODERATE,
_______ mbiito
THB
Store to Let*
mHE STORE NOW OCCUPIED BY G
J. I-eiKer, opposite the Colonial Hotel
Splendid location for a dry goods tttore
Possession given ou or about August nexi
Enquire at the premises.       19mySm
Oxen for Sale.
A YOKE OF LARGE OXEN, WOUU
make good leaders fora logging team
Apply to        JAMES BANOS.
New Westminster, Nov. 12,1885.
        nollte
FOR   SALE.
O^tW-WWHsmt-IR
good order.  For particulars apply on ths
premlsesTo HJWEST,
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JACKSON,
apUJto e, HeEMCKEN, Vlclorln.
Boat for Sale!
GOOD SAIL BOAT, SO FEET LONG,
_* with masts, sails aud oare complete.
Hay be seen on application to the undersigned nt the Bell Tower. Will he sold
cheap.
JnSe ALEX. HAMILTON.
HASTINGS, B. I.
THIS FINE AND COMMODIOUS
. ?•"*.*?•{"*1"1* '-"**"' renenttv eosn-
pletM and u iurnuhed with any convenience Ior tlie comfort of guest*. The
situation and accommodations an unsurpassed on Burrard Inlet, which lux become the most fashionable
WATERING PLACE
in British Columbia Tbe prospect Is
charming, the sea breezes are invigorating, and the facilities for bathing ud
mm AND MESSED
LtrwreER
Shingles,
Shakes,
Laths,
Pickets,
SALM  BOXES,
Net Floats, Trays
AND ALL KINDS OF
Wood Furnishing for
Canneries,
P*JPM.
Windows,
Blinds.
Frames,
Mouldings.
Brackets*
Railings*
Balusters*
Newels.
riaia«hicr-ttiiEiiii«r
TUKNED    WORK.
(selte)
•^iciaos.
•PAKE NOTICE THAT AT THE EXN-
J. ration of six weeks 'mm 8th Mny.
Inst,, the title of William MoColI lout 1,
BlMk 13, Suburban, New Westminster,
and Lots 12 and 13, Group I, Hope District,
Will be registered unless rnuso be shown
to the contrary lo somo Judge of tho Supremo Court.  .
DRAKE, MCKSON * HELMCKEN.
Victoria.
3rd May, tm. mny<w
boating an eicellent. Private
aad Dining Booms. Suite, of apartments for familiea or parties. The Bar
la .ntircly datatched from tha main
building,
First-Class stabling and feed for Hors-
M. Busses to and fiom New Westminster twioe a day.
GEO.
jy28tc
BLACK,
Proprirtor.
«
Notice to Persons in Search
of Farms.
THE TOWNSHIP  OF 8UBREV CON-
ulns several .Farms WHwu        '
wile. Tbe land In of excellent qaailtt-v-the
verv best In tlie province.   The Re*-
ami Council Are moxt anxloiw to aeeu
Mention to iin
rv best In tlie province,
—ju Council Are mout anx"
(leHrnblc settlors. Appllcr
ttentt
cliutv lies, schools.
.-■im-in, nud »town bail,
TH08. SHANNON, Heeve,
Clover Valley P. 0.
H.T. THRIFT, Clerk,
Hall's Prnlrlo p. 0.
THE BRITISH COLOMBIA
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Famishes all Kinds or Help
Free of Charge.
OE BUSINESS AftEM,
DO YOU WANT TO BUY OR .SELL A
Business, take a partner, etc
PICKERY k GO.
OFHCt-J; Fort Street, between Donila.
and BrouatHon, VICTOIUA, a C. 1* 0.
box nil. rahJH
K8TABH8HBD 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Uml- tiKille Ike Oolralil 1*4*1,
NEW WESTMINBTER
THE LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
■JMrtmrat of dl dMorlptfOH of
MEATS ANB VEGETABLES
Constantly on hud, and supplied to Famine., BwtMranta, and Steamboat, at It.
LOWEST POSSIBLE PMCBS.
Farms for Sale
ON NORTHARM OF FRASER RIVER.
The undersigned oiler* for sale partial*
iy improved forms of llic followln,* sizes :
»acrea, 80 acres, ioo acres, 286 acres.
For terms, etc., apply to
. ~ Wal* H- ROWLING,
teZlte  - • North Arm.
BOAT FOR SALE.
A WELL-BUILT BOAT, about S Tons,
A oopper fastened, newly palntedj and
In Qrst-«iasB order— together with all t>e-
lonffnn complete, vie.: sail, Jib, oars,
rowlocks, rudder, ropes, ic—all in food
order.   iWCan be had cheap. ~
AppJy.tq 0. Q. MAJOR.
_ '  ; Jn5tc
Farm for Sale!
mHRBE HUNDRED AND TWENTY
J. Acres In Township Two. Good lor a
stock farm. Fresh water stream running
through centre of farm. Partly prnirie
and alder.  Good log house.
For forms, Ae,. apply to
■        WOODS, TURNER A GAMBLE.
New West,, B. 0., Mth May, ISM.  niKm3
FOR_SALE.
THAT DELIGHTFUL RESIDENCE ON
Lot 7, situated on Provost street, between Mary and McKensle itreets, now
In the occupation of Capt. Grant; contains
8 rooms with usual offices.
Apply to   __
CAPT. PITTENDRIGH,
JelUtc     Land Agent, New Westminster.
For Sale or To Rent.
, — UNDERSIGNS]) offers a Farm for
•ft for sale or rent. Also. Milch Cows
und young Cattle, Hogs, and a few young
Homes. There are sever*) palm or good
tri-MM that would make exoenent worllng
oxen, Also, one ot the largest and best
Bulls In the province. *mS stook It all
very gentle.
mh3to
M. NICHOLSON,
Mount Lehman P.O.
FORSALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
Q MILES FROM LADNER'S
0 Landinc, on the Trunk Wagon
Road; two other roads runnlngthi-ougb
tlie premises.   Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,
de*2tc Ladner's Landin&B.C.
For Sale!
(ON EABYTBRMS)
• span tf Wort lb-Mi,
10 CM- MUM,
6 Tesrn Unlet,
I Saddle Hones,
1 inkeWork Oien,
1 Carriage Team,
1 Plaio Ir good order,
t Damp Carta wllh Iroa Ailei,
A Maker of secoad-band Wheel
Barroas,
I Buikrjc Mower (nc»),
1 Ilalea Har Hake.
For inirlJrnliin. apply to
T. J. TRAPP,
myldto Auctioneer, N. W.
ErerrMin to Ma own Easiness
-A..   PEELE.
FRAOTICAL
CHEMIST* DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA  STREET
(orr. oolmiml hotiu,
MXW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
f hplclaai' rreicrlpllons aad Fam-
llf leelpei * Specialty.
N. B. — Only Qenuin. Drugs used.
Over twenty yean' experience.   mrS*
Ne* Westmiaster, coal Harbor
rat Seattle Beale.
(J. W. TABTE, Waster.)
Will LEAVE SEATTLE EVERY
■aider n.ralai al t .'clack, lor
Mew Westminster and Coal Harbor, via
Port Townsend and tlie Islands; arrives at
New Westminster on Tuesday forenoon,
leaves for Coal Harbor about fMrbour.
afterwards! leaves COAL HARBOR rae..
dar MaMfw Seattle.
ran t* Sntttt, *-.**
iMaai per Na......... km
Special raue lo OMRiliants.      , aplOtc
Scotch
2iapm NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Card of Thanks L. A. Agassiz
Election Notice John Robson
Notice C. Warwick
Medical Card... .Drs. Garrow & Hall
Fair Warning Ooo. Howison
Raft Found Tantalleno & Movest
Found Robt. Brown
Morton House Reid & Nolf
Festival of St. John D. Wilson
Lorna Collee*! Bishop of N. W.
For Sale Oapt. Pittendrigh
To the Electors James Orr
To the Eleotors L. A. Agnssiz
To the Eleotors James Kennedy
Closing Out James Cunningham
flu $ritieh Columbian.
nraarmlay Nnriilaa, Jane 13, liwo.
Before Inst general election tlie
Qwirdian kopt its columns full of
utterances which it seemed to ex
poet its rentiers to receive its prophetic. The sum of these piedic
tions was tho rqjection and utter
destruction of Mr. John Robson
who was then it candidate in this
district, and the party with which
he was identified. But Mr. Robson was returned for the district at
the head of the poll, 94 ahead of
any other candidate; antf the political party with which he associated
himself has been able to control n
two-thirds vote of the house up to
the close of the parliament. The
organ is now pursuing the same
tactics. It predicts that the provincial secretary and his party wil!
be utterly defeated in the coming
contest, and consigned to perpetual
disgrace. It might be interesting
to preserve these predictions until
after the 7th prox. and then compare them with the result!
Something More Hecent.
Our local cotemporary cannot
shift f(om himself the responsibility
of the extracts we have published
from his columns, showing how circumstances have changed his attitude towards the present opposition
party. He says theso opinions are
7 years old, and tries to extract
comfort from the reflection. Well,
here is something a little later—not
a very long time before the defeat
of the late government. It is as
follows
From tbe Guardian, Feb. 1911881.
That this should be tbe end and aim of
.very representative who attends the
house under the specious pretext of legislating for the pnblic in general, is bad
enough; but when it is remembered that
the party in power hold the publie money
up as a bribe to those who support them
permit anything to interfere with
an industry so intimately connected
with the prosperity of the;country.
The cojuriing business has invested
in it hundreds of thousands of dol-
lars.iind it gives employinent every
soason to thousands of men. In
mnking mail arrangements the interests of the canneries must not be
overlooked. Upon the opening of
the O.P.R. next week the eastern
mails will come by that route instead of coniing thwugh Viotoria.
At present they will lie distributed
at Port Moody, but in a few weeks
trains will be running to this city
direct, nnd the mails will come right
through. It is proposed that the
eastern mails for Ladners and points
thereabouts shall go from this city
down the river to their destinations.
Mails from Victoria for Ladners are
to como via Vancouver to this city
whence they will be forwarded down
the river. This, we understand, is
the proposed arrangement. Mails
from tho east will arrive here every
day, of course, and there will be a
dull^ jci-vicc betwoen Port Mnndy
{via Vancouver) and Victoria. As
.far us the mails themselves aro concerned the proposed arrangement
may not make the service any less
effective. It is well known, however, that nuiil subsidies are usually
given not for the conveyance of
mails only, but to secure regularly
routes of traffic foi* passongers und
freight. No one supposes, for instance, that the 817,640 paid to the
P.O.S. Co. for a regular service be.,
tweeu San Francisco and Victoria is,
simply an equivalent for the transportation of the mails once a week.
It is given to induce the steamship
company to maintain a regular series between these points for passengers and freight. There will ul
ways be trade enough to keep a
steamer running on the river between this city and Ladners, but
without a subsidy we doubt if a line
from Victoria to Ladners would
pay. We believo it will bo in the
interests of trade to continue a subsidized line between this oity and
Victoria via Ladners, and tho service ought not to bo discontinued.
We protest against the change proposed by the postal authorities, bo
cause a service that has existed for
25 years in so important a district
should not now be made less efficient.
through thick and thin, and use its deprivation as a means of punishing those
in opposition, no matter.now good or bow
urgent their claims, is something truly
revolting. That thfe-people of this prov-
ino. ahould permit, such k .travBstic of
government says very little for tbe people or the interest they take in the common welfare; and since thev don't ere
what may b. done In parliament—in
their name—surely they might deny
themselves the pleasure of having a parliament at all, In order to kern dMa expenses aarFctHU**-**!*!? task-Ron'-*
opening or the cp.r.
The time is now very near when
through trains will Be running on
the O.P.B. from the east to Port
Moody. The first train is to leave
Montreal next Sunday or Monday,
and will arrive at Port Moody in
' about five days thereafter. This
train' will be followed by another
the next day, and each day succeeding. There is no stock on tins end
of the road fit for passenger service,
and no passenger train will leave
Port Moody until after the arrival
of the first train from Montreal
That train will be the first to gc
east New time tables are now in
course of preparation, and will be
issued in a few days. These time
tables are on the 24 hour system,
whioh has been adopted by the company, and instead of 1 p.m. we read
13 o'clock. It is expected there
will be no interruption iu the trains
after the first through arrival, and
aU eastern mails, except from the
U.S., will come over the railway.
In consequence of unexpected obstacles in tha extension from Port
Moody to Vancouver, the opening
ot that part of the road will be de-
. layed at least a month lieyond tho
time first intended. The branch
Una to this city will soon be ready
for the rails, and if the iron arrives
in time this branch will be operated
about a month sooner than the cx-
' tenaion. Arrangements nre tb be
made at once for opening ticket
officeo, and next week we shall be
looking daily for the arrival of
train*' with mails, passengers and
expreaa from the far east! We have
not yet learned what the rates wjll
lie, but there must necessarily be :i
great redUotioh M'ttttfcapw pre
voitiag in thiaprotdnc**. ■'■
New Mill Arrangement*.
It was stated in our /last ■ issue
that proposals had feefen. iflaile to
abandon the mail subsidy now ex-
istfngbfltweeri this city ttfjd lectori*, Aa the propO!^ changes may
won come about ifc-should be the
concern ot the people of this eto
and-Ladners especially ;to, consufef
, whnt ■ hifltwhee th<e; h**' arrangements might have on trade. W
the lower Frase* (tw situated iearly
aU th» fieb canning esUUWtoents
in Britiih Oolumbia, and wo cannot
Some Reasons.
On Saturday wc stated it ae our
opinion that the el-actor* ought to
■support the present government, and
promised to give some reasons for
that opinion. We have already said
that the administration is not without faults; but it has to be compared not witli n faultless or model
administration, but with the one
which preceded it, and the members
of whicli are now the leaders of the
party now seeking for office. Tf wo
aet up a perfect government as a
model, und refuse to vote for any
administration which falls short of
that model, wo shall be engaged in
constructing something from inmgi
nation for whicli therein be found
no corresponding reality. There
will probably be no perfect government during this century at leust,
and for the present we must be content to accept the best that is available. When the present government came into office it stood pledged to a definite policy on some of
the questions then engaging public
attention. Tho revenues of tho
provinces then were found altogether
inadequate to the public requirements ; and instead of making the
most of these limited revenues, the
late administration had been pur
suing .the foolish policy of expending them in a graving dock at Esquimalt whioh promised to be an
exhaustless drain upon our resources.
One of the pledgee of the present
government was thst the graving
dock should be abandoned to the
federal or imperial (authorities on
the best terms possible, and that
the revenues then going to it should
be applied to works of pfirm-inent
benefit to tho people.. This pledge
has long since beeu redeemed. The
graving' dock was handed owr to
thn Dominion government, which,,
bound itself to finidh -ttid maintain
it, and this province received back
every cent expended upon that costly and fearfully mismanaged work.
Tht* result of this arrangement is
that the revenues which were being
injudiciously sunk-in-a doubtful ex
periment were diverted to works of
public benefit, and the benefit that
has accrued tb the pro\ incb by the,
change of policy is beyond computation. The settlement of questions
pending between the provincial and
federal governments is another matter of great importance that has
been accomplished by this government, When Mr. Ilea von went out
of office the two governments \tete
in open hostility, and an adjustment
of the' grievances of this province
seemed beyond reasonable hope.
The settlement wtis not in ull respects such as could have been wish-
 _r±r~"~
ed, but it is probably the best that
could be obtained. The policy of
tigbting the Dominion authorities
ind .-refusing to compromise nad
brought nothing but jdisaster, jfikid
ibe government doubtless.felt that
it would be better to give way in
some things for the purpose of secur-
g an amicable arrangement than
to allow the country to suffer in;
definitely. This policy may have
beon good or it may not, but it resulted in tho Settlement act which
brought about an adjustment of
some serious grievances on both
mainland i and* island. One-of'ihe
conditions of the settlement act was
tliat tho Dominion lands in the railway bolt were to be thrown open
for settlement on liberal terms.
There lias been much delay on the
part of tho Dominion government
in fulfilling this condition, and the
delay has seriously retarded the settlement of this district. But a move
Ihis been made at last. A Dominion
land office lias .been opened in this
city, and an order-in-council has
l>«uii j-msBed to the effect that jands
may be obtained under homestead
regulations at ll per acre, or may
be purchased at $2.C0. The Dominion minister* of the interior is
iiow,on his way to this prpvinojj to
adjust other matters connected with
the administration of these lands;
and we have the assurance of our
member just returned from Ottawa,
tliat the lands will be administered
on the most liberal terms. Persons
who* have resided for any length of
timu jn tbis district need not be told
how very beneficial have been the
results of the adjustment of" these
two questions. For many years
previous there had been no moneys
ailable for roads and bridges and
other most necessary improvements.
But under the present administration the sums available for these
purposes were very large in proportion to those of previous years. It'
fortunate that this was the case,
for the wants of the district have
been increasing with great rapidity,
id if there had not been a change
of policy, one can scarcely venture
to guess what would have been the
result.. Comparing tlie poh'oies'.and
the practices of the two administrations, an intelligent observer will
have no difficulty in determining
which is entitled to tlm public confidence. Tho one, wnstedits energies,
as well as the provincial-resdurcqs-*
u,pou scheme's that were not, pf practical benolit; tlm other has managed
to rid the province bf serioUB en*-,
cuinbrances, and has addressed itself
to works calculated  to bring the
J*! eiil.i-.-jl    gouil    lU     Uio -*,ic.iLuofe m
,ber.
Election Notice.
OTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hint I
-    have appointed Charles G. Major, of
■ie City of Now Westminster, mynj-imt
aeconUng to the act, for the uppronriilns,'
jilecllooi JOHN ROBSON.
' jc23td
£
To the Electors or the District
ol New Westminster:
CKNTLEMK^'.-'i
At the request Of Anumtrtronrk-mlkfl-
again solicit ySot*ii«n^-*lr»tt(McctUm7
i ean only'TPftf yon to the votes and
■nm-i-dllugs ofthe LflglBlativo Assembly
of this Province of u. (;. for tlio lust four
-issiniis to prove Hint I hnve nlways en-
tti.'iivorL'il to curry out the pledges I made
to thi> poople at last oleotlon, und iny voto
will bo found on the Ride whero tho Interest of tlie Provinco und District was Involved.
I liavo consistently opposed nil grunts
of tho puhllo lamia when the province did
nol derive nn equivalent benefit. I gave
(i eordlnl support to tlio present government wheu lln- lnteresl uf ItiitKilatrlct was
at sui!ie,and opposed them when, l»i»y
Judgment, their measures were cnlculntod
lo injure the province or district.
If elected I Miould oppose tho present
ifuvi-i-iiuitiiit, composed as it It* of uioin-
Ttersnnly tui-MPstednn ViHioouvei-I^liiiiil,
thus centrrilisitig the control of pfovln-
i-lni ufliiii*.*- lu Victorin.
The exclusion of the Chlut-i-u*from the
various Industries nud employment* lu
the provinco fflll-as in the past, bo sop*
ported by ino.
The following meniuires 1 wlllendtiivor
to bring lojoiprce, yl». "
FAIR WARNING.
I LL ACCOUNTS DUE THE UNDER-
signed must be paid on or boforo tlio
imn of July next, otherwise thoy vill lie
placed In the hands of a collector.
GEO. HOWISON.
•E?0"CT2jT3D.
CAME INTO THE PREMISES of Uie
undersigned on Sunday the 80th ilny
of May, one Cow with calf. Owner can
bave the same liy proving proporty and
paying expenses.
ROBERT HROWN,
\l      '        See. 34, T. 10, Lnngley Vfeltle.
June 21st, 1880. Je28t3
D1
HS. GARROW & HALL,
Pliysiclans. Niirgfontt A Accoucheur-*,
OmcKftHrarnKSrK—Columbhi Street,
cor. Church.
X. B.-W111 visit Chilllwliaclt onco a
fortnight.
J.aAmtotf, M.D.
T. Sylvester Haw., M.n.. L.8.A,
 Jessie	
RAPT FOUND.
THE UNDERSIGNED FOUND n Rufl
of Logs adrift In tho Frasor on tho
20tb Inst,, aud secured It to the shore near
Ewen's Cannery. Tho owner is roipuwted
to prove proporty, pny charges ■■'■'■I •a*ltJ
possession of the raft. The undorsigned
may be found at Ewon's Cannery.
' JOE TANUAl-LENK.
jeSBtf! LOUIS MOVEST.
Card of Thanks.
I'BEG TO TENDER MY SINCERE
thanks to tho Electors of Clillllwhnck
who, at the public mooting held on tho
17th Inst., so heartily adopted me us thoir
candidate for thc representation of the
District in the next Lqoa Pnrllnmenl, nnd
I tnke this opportuiitts- of assuring them
of my fltlelltf to their Interests.
Jo»l        , L. A. AGASSI'/.
NM of St John ihe Sapiist.
THURSDAY the 24th of Juno
being the Festival of SI. .lolm the
'Baptist; Bro. thd Rt-Rov. Bishop
Sillitoe has kindly offered to
preach a sermon for the benefit
of the Craft. Members of Union Lodge
and all Masons In the Jurisdiction are
hereby requested to meet at the Lodge
Room nt 7 p. m. (sharp) on that day to
form procession for SI, Mary's, Sapperton,
By order of thoW. M.t
Je23tl D. WILSON, Secretary.
IsTOTICE.
4 LL PERSONS HAVING ACCOUNTS
A against tho Govornmont of British
Columbia aro requested to hnnd thein In
iroinptly on or before the80th June, lust.,
^hnt boing the date on which the present
fiscal vear terminates,
C. WARWICK,
Governmont Agent,
Now Westminstor, June 22, ISSfl.    Je23td
FOR   SALE.
THAT DELIGHTFUL RESIDENCE ON
Lot?, shunted on Provost street, between Mary iind McKeiulo streets, now
In tho occupation ot Capt.Grnnt; contuins
ijoojns with usual offices,
Valuable City Lots.
Farms near City.
Farms on Pitt Meadows.
Farms on Mud Buy.
80 acres of Lnnd at Whonook Railway
Station. , „      ■ '■
14 acres of valuable Lund 2 miles from
City on Hastings ihmd; isoji eords of Cedar could be cut.
fcMy to    CApiv> riTTBKDniaiI[
Je23te     Land Agent, Now Westminster,
i,
,,   | SPENOE'S BRIDGE, B. O.
WBTE BEG TO INFORM YOU THAT
" we have leased the Morton House
at Spenco's Uridgo from Mr. Murrny nnd
that it Is newly atted up and comfortably
furnished. We would respectfully solicit
your patronage und we promise if yon
will favor us with It to do all wo enn to
satisfy you in evory respect. Mrs. Held,
who has had much experience, will ut
tond to the culinary deportment.
We remain, yours respectfully,
jeSsmS REID A NEFK.
Ki-lir.-ioutatlon by population.
'"'    removal of tne capital tothe maln-
Tl
land as soon as the revenue will permit.  ,
The amendment to the sehool net in'
order lo make tho high school wl(-sus-
tuiuliiE. ^ "■:"'■.'   ■''    *'"' if-"*'!
Reform In UiO.ftdlAtaIUlMloU.of Justice,
whicli undor tho present system entails u
Imavv expenditure of revenue that other*
wI-*r might be devoted to public roads.    -
The amendment of the land act in order
that the province innj- derlvte<arevenue
from our timber lands eommeiMumti-
wllh tlieir value.
Tho early settlement of the dispute he*
a tbe Dominion nnd provincial guv*
■ fn ■ i- •.■■■■nm-iin •»--ii*>i-*iiip<*r ttio
Kninas-.iiulCblUlwhMk-iykinglnndsand
the minerals conlftlfusd- In Ino mliwuy
belt.
The more clearly and distinctly defining
tin-provincial rights guaranteed underlie
"British .North Amotion Act,"     . };
I am of opinion t bat any n<!t panned by
lln* provincial legislature of apuroir local
ohuritcf'-r should not be dlnallowed oy the
hum In lut) govoriinit.ut, but should bore*
forrod bHCK to the legislature wllliln a
reasonable l lino for nmendment.
Any other measures bending toudvaheo
tho lnteresl and prosperity of thu province
or district will always receive my hearty
support.
f regret vory nmeh that on account §f
uu Injnry I have been unable to visit oil
parts of the dlslrlet, us mnny new settlers
have arrived shire tast election to whom
i am nol personally known.
Your Obedient Servant,
Je-21 JAMES ORR.
A. H. V
il i JiXV O ttllr Vktn mien, SMtlr
■lliii.
Inl rre.uriiit* aud color to ftdod uid
IlJlil'.     It  Ullrrllnr   ttltHW   result,   by till!
HlMlon r.f lliu lmlr root, ud color gUnd*.
II rrjimiwiliii tllir TI ATtt'tj**"■""■
llrcitorm to tlio Xl/ULTOllft, yttor bj
rinnoii ol lino or illaco. of tb. .olp. ku
I'i'i'Mi. Afvlmnti .ml bHMIl, . pllmey ut
rrlorriiy wlken aoftn'oiw of oitntne bcMtj.
Tliurq In no ilye In Aycr'n Hnlr*fTT flfkStt
imd 11*. J*°H t, tot* I. by Ita » *"V/"»,
11 !nt|mri, tn tlie follicle., and tbe clean.
Iliicx mid lienllbfnlnoH ot ..tlio common
In wlilcli It innlirMMtWHI)!.* *> '       ■'
s vruia H*l' -""'n0*ron**'* *■* -*!*•
A X l'jlk tZ, Hnlr Vljoi I. the but eur.
knii.tUl-or Bni.hy Halt, Mid lUnd, Itoblnj
Urnnrir., Teller Bore., Torpid Follicle., knl
Ul otter dlferiii'. nl tbo .dp tbat caul.
; il* HIHiiV' «"ho TI 4 TTJ end IU f«dln«.
Nollllns cleoinc. iXi»i"i-"0lltannlMiM.
of ihndrtit <o pcrloiitlyi •diJat'H^wWj
provellle ll. return, ne AYjtn'. Hll» Vtc-».
In «rlilll|on In Uro enroll™; nnd nUwllw
vlrlri.i iKeirllrir to Ajurrt B* -irr ri (VO
il I. ntoilet luxury. ThelUIr » *"VW
I. by fur tbo clcanllo.1 halrdrei^lnf vide.
nine, lira lmlr lo grow thick and tdnf i
'     IttHi       I **
.111,1 "jwy. ttalw.^ajl
Ayer si Hair Vigor
('uninlnti no* dolsterlotii Imrradlenta.   Iti vm
l.j-1-wmtN ull «ilp dlM««. Mcurea aftlMt Hit
lmlr growing tliW W t'tay, and' rtTely tent all
biilihiv-** lliutdi not organic.
pnKPARRD IT
Dr. 3.0. Ayi*r * Oo.^ Lo««llt Mm*.
'    Sold by aU DrnggUti.
NFAV WESTMINSTER.
CHURCH BOAASOnSCBDOL FOR BOYS
VliilTOB--
Th» BliJiop of Sew -ffefthMlMter.
PttlNCIPAL-
H. VleimriclllnUn- Etui.. B. A.   of
Oxford Univeniity, and Lonnoxville
School, P. Q.)
BOARD OF KDUCATION-
CeUMbIa, The lev. H. 4J. rirnnrfl-
■niBttn, V, N. Trew, Enq., M. U„ U,
E. 4 orhoulil, Kaq.
NEOOTUTJONH ABB NOW IN PRO;
(tressfor ihe offlcca ot Vlce-Prlnclpul
nnd Matron.
Extensive additions totho premlKos will
Im- mado durlne the holidays.
An election to. four sebolurshipsof _sd
rier ami unt each will be held abort ly after
he commencement of term.
Tlio School will  re-open ut (bobeglu*
nine of September.
Applications to be lent tothe
IIWHOP OK NEW WESTMINSTER.
Jgjttg  *
IS^^THAT-S*
I
WANT.
1 lew lap!
$1.25 -o'*™e- $1.25
DISTRICT OF
J UST I8SUIM) BY
Price, $1.25.
Thia Map lias teen produced at
great cost, and gives u vast amount
of information novor before available respecting the most important
district in tlie Province.
The new Map shows the latest
surveys, tho latest roads, the Ynie of
the 0. P. R. and extensions.
BUY A COPY.
PUBLISHED BY
RAND BROS.
Real Estate, Insurance und
Financial Agents,
NKW WI'M'JIINSTRlt, VANCOUVER
AM)' VICTORIA,
FOR S*At'& At:'. '
T. R. Pearson & Go's
NEW WESTMINSTER AND VANCOUVER.
n'tJHIi!
Closing Out
SALE!
During the next 30
daya the balance of
the stock of Clothing,
Dry Ooods, Boots and
Shoes, Carpets, Oil
Cloths, &c, of the undersigned must be
olosed out as I intend
renting the store from
the let day of August.
Atiy goods remaining
unsold alter that date
will be sold by auction. Iu the meantime purchasers may
expect good bargains
at cost price, or even
less.
. JAMES CUNNINGHAM.
Mew Westminster, B. C.
' .tune 42nd, 1W6.        wt&A
To the Electors of New .Westminster District:
GKNTI-KMBN.-
I bog tdJoftbf tfty'sefC a candidate at tbo
coming election u» i-jpwsout you.iuniie
l-i-ovlui'lal Leg Is I ut ure.
In re/ernucL' lo Ilie public quosttons now
be/oroyou, Ibavaiio hesitation hit-aylng
Hiatus 1 am oiiLMif tlu- plotiuert* and In
every way pi-raimnlly Interested In our
prospi-rlly uml haitplm-ss, I eboll iitnll
limes regard It of Unit 1 inportfinee lo defend our rl-jliis In sucb a wuy as tu advance nur best Intci(-sis in ciuli-uvoriii-- to
aim nt the greatest uniount of good fnr the
groatOBt nuuilier.   *
I rogrflt.thuttliei-iiilwiiylumlsarenntiiR
yet 1 In-own onen for settlement, und those
settlers thai have been Imlueed tu squat,
expecting they would In a short time be
able to obtain titles to their holdings, bave
been sad ly disappointed und consequently
thoro imve uotlu'eu tliat development and
prosperity which otherwise would have
lieen If titles had heen obtained; so l
shall Urge for u more active ami decisive
policy wiih Ibe federal government with
tho object ot linmcdiuiolY opening Up
tliese lands for ueltleincnt, or else toox-
(■limine for lauds in the Peace river country
and allow the railway lands to revert
back to thn Province,
I believe tbat In the Interest of law und
order and thc preservation of the morals,
liuppiuess nnd prosperity of the inhabit
iiiiLs of this fair province, the liquor license
laws require a thorough overhauling, aud
nlso that the legislature should enact a
local option law fortho majority of the
electors In any electoral district to decide
Whethor licenses for the sale of liquors
shall be granted or not. Tho principle
hns linen established and maintained In
the oilier provinces, tho United states and
recently lu the ndjoinlng territory by Ita
legislature without u dissenting voice.
I nm In favor of revising tlie voters lists
nnd of tho redistribution of* scuts; also
sulidivlillug some districts so ns to give
more ei-ulii'hie represen'.at Ion to the various interest s.
I sball-urge the government and legislature to use their tnfluenco mth the federal government In appropriating nsnlll-
clei.fsum of money utinually to employ
the dredger, in dee-pen tne, straightening
and r.'movini,' stings or any other nhstruc-
tions in the eraser river from lis mouth as
fnr up as Cheam, which [ claim would
lessen tlie overflow of turn) and also lln*
prove tbe channel for commercial purposes.
Our various industries will receive my
Jealous nml careful attention nnd I will
favor the development of our quartz ledges by some material cncuurageineiit*
I will not bind myself to give any slavish support lo any ni'-n or party: mu on-
llghtoned, free and liberal pulley mil always hnve iny support, from whatever
source It may emanate.
In conclusion, if you <lo mo the honor
of elei'llui'me as one of your representatives, I will try as fur us possible to work
lu harmony with the oilier members tbat
you shall select.
If possible, I purpose vlsltlngovery polling division to discuss with you the various questions that aro likely to cni*,ngo
the nlti-ntl'in of the ulcctors, as 11 Is not
possible to alitor iuto general details within the eompiiss of an ordinary address,
1 would cordially aik every elector lo
vote for me If you emu eoiislttently do so.
Inm.flenllnineli,
Vours Hesiu'clfully,
jolft I». MoGILIJVRAY.
VANCOUVER MUEF;
mJHin.u'rioN was passed nv
JOHNEY UREN,
PHOTOGRAPHER
dVAXQ  OXY  OP   TIIK
nates nt; the Voncouvi
ITNKOUTU-
__ r Plre, nwy
now bo'found-nt
NEW WKSTMINSTEE.
I hnve sent fnr new Instruments for Instantaneous work uml all other late Improvement-*.. Good work guaranteed. I
shall he ready for work In u few days.
Give mc a call. JolQto
TUSIBRIGE.~
Carpenter & Builder
l'lniis and RiiMlllealioiis for all
kinds of lliilldlngs care-
full)' Prepared.
JOIiBINO NKATIA- AND CAEEFUL-
LY EXECUTED.
All oiiUts left at Occiilont Hotol, or nt
tlio shop of W. Joliiiaon, Columbia street,
will receive prompt attention. Your favor aolic'tetl. . jo9te
NOTICE.
VANCOUVER
QUKKEHKKH BY TilK PIBK desiring
B to build on the South side of I-'nUo
Creek,
CAN   SECURE   L©TS
IN •ISIO.'i AND HO]
WITIIOI'T CASH rAVMBSt.
Apply to 1IKNBY V. EDMONDS,
JolOle New )Ve«t.
is. wis m
Wholesale and Retail
A the Municipal ikmnoll of the City of
New West-minuter on the Uth Inst,, appointing thn Mayor ami Finance Cominft-
lee lore-ce'lve t'onlribiiUeiiis 111 aid of the
HOilbrora by Ihu lato tire at Vnncouver.
RubHcrlptlons nro Invited and will bo received by
R. DICKINSON, Mayor,
n. DOUGIiAft,
.1. E. LORD,
h. Y. BONSON,
jiil'!w2 I<-|nanooCoininittae.
Estate ofTrapi Bros,
» IXACCJOUNTSDUKTOTIIBAIIOVE
A Kntiili' iiuiHlr ho piilil Imlueilliill'ly at
llio storo ol T. .1. Trnpp * Co.
All iieuitiiiitH not pnlil rm or Itofore the
JJJilli Iniri'Wlll lio plnocil In Ilut linluls of
■Hirwilleltor. J. II. TUHNKR,
mylKlrnl Assignee.
PIANO TUNING.
MH. 0. II. GOODWIN, Piano Maker
nnd Tuner, will be In town shortly,
ii fow days only. Urelors left at Mr.
Pennifin's Htorc will receive prompt attention. J"**'0
DRUGGISTSI
New Westminstor, B. 0.
lrihlJtc
B. C. PENITENTIARY.
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED
by the undorsigned until 12 o'clook
noon on Saturday, .lime 26th, 1886, for
supplying the Penitentiary from July 1st,
1880, to Jnne SGtli, 1887, witli the*.ol-
lowim; articles: ,
1. jCoal, WelKngton screened.
JViTBrcael; whito nnd brown.
4. Salmon, red, fresh and Bait.
5. OrocVius,
6. Blankets, wliite, -l-pt,, per pair.
7. Leather and HndingH for shoe shep,
detailed lists of which can be obtained
on upf lication at tlie Vrjiiltuntkt-y.
Neither the lowest or any tender neces
sarily accepted,
Siifipploa may he seen und blank forms
of tinnier, obtained on application to the
accountajit at the Penitentiary.
No tender will he considered. unless
on tnese blank forms.
Iitiperi'al weinhts and nioaiures required. ' All articles supplied to be of
tlie best i-maUt)1.
.■(Skwsd),
ARTHUR H. -McBBIDE,
Warden.
Juno fitli, 18§0. .je-atd
Q. BYRNES, -AUCTIONEER,
FARM AT CHILUWHACK
Wednesday, 23rd Jane, lt A.M.
T> fiAVB iiEHN INSTRBCTED TO
J. sell by public auction at my Sales*
room, Port nnd Lnngley streets, Victoria,
Sec. 425, Group 2,
Containing 1 tiii acres, more or less.
WITH BUILDINGS AND IMPROVEMENTS THEREON,
And known as tbe property of the late
Alexander Hurper.
For further particulars apply to E. M.
Johnson, i.ovornmcnt St., Victoria, or
G. BYRNES, Auctioneer.
Title, (Jrown Grant. je8tel
IPrivateCollege!
MtmHflESP]
WII,!. BE OPENED AT
Ross Bay, Victoria,
•* s<*       *—ON—
MONDAY, AUflUST Ift, .1880.
THK    IUIU,DIM!    HAH    lo    I-AKOB
HonmH uml  Is Well tumli-bed with
rciflhtor tfratcH, batl) rooms, Ac, Ac.
' fi-Koetlcntopportunities for nil klndsof
healthful proHilMil, lucluillnK boutlng and
battling.
PupllK will be iu ail iv moBl comfortable
am) tbelr gonornl welfare carefully con-
Bltlere'il.
A^OOWETEHT STAFF OF IN8TIUOT0H
will lw maintained.
KxeolloiilfailliiicK will bo uflbrdoit for
iiistruetloiitn   ,
KllKllHht
Commrrflnl,
4 lnM*t-'iil a.ul
MtMlfB LM-piage
Hubjecu*, with Instriiuienlnl Muf.lt.
Application Forms, References nnd full
Informatlnii furnlHtioil by
RKV. 0* J. BKKNTON, M. A.,
Nkw WKBTMirtsTttn,
June 0, W88. Jnl2ml
T.J.
HAVING PUR-
" chased the stock
ofHardware,Paints,
Oils, &C, of the Estate of Trapp Bros.,
we1 purpose offering
to the Public VERY
GREAT INDUCEMENTS in this
branch of the Business, which we trust
will secure the patronage of those residing on the Mainland.
We have bought a
large and well-selected stock of Shelf
Hardware in the
eastern markets FOR
CASH, which we expect to arrive in a
few days, and our
assortment will be,
we consider, second
to none in the country, and will be found
complete in all i the
following branches:
General   and   Shelf
Hardware, Cross-cut
Saws, Paints in all
colors, Boiled & Raw
Linseed Oil [English
and American], Dry
Colors in all kinds,
Wall Paper and Window Blinds, Oakum,
Pitch, Giant,Blasting
and Sporting Gun-
Powder, Fuse and
Gaps, Brushes in
Paint, White-wash,
Scrubbing, Horse,
Dandv and Whisk,
and a full line of
Table aud Pocket
Cutlery.
We purpose doing
a CASH BUSINESS
and all orders intrusted to us will be subject to a cash discount of 5 per cent.
—our motto being,
"Small Profits and
Quick Returns."
Thanking the Pnblic generally for the liberal patronage
accorded to ns In the past, we
trust by strict attention to
business to merit a continuance of thesame.
T.J. TRAPP,
Auctioneer ft Appraiser,
COMMISelONS IN THK COUNTRY
PROMPTLY EXK-CUTED.
TO II HU CHE**' AM ON IMV TiMM
i mccormiok twine iiindku,
1 MEADOW LARK REAPER*),
2 TRIUMPH REAPERS,
1 BUCKEYE MOWER,
I ITH10A HAY RAKE.
OLASS WINDOWS & DOORS
-AOTOItY HATES.
Jnc3lc
HO IWGRANITE GREEK
The Driard House
IS TIIE BERT HOUSE TO STOP AT IN
GRANITE CITV.
EIR8T-CLA8S ACCOMMODATION, and
the Table supplied with every posal-
tdellcucy. Tho hotel In under tbo personal management of the well-known
caterer, B. F-' Boyce.
BOYCE A CAIRNS,
mhfltc Proprietors.
STORAGE..
FORWARDING!
AQENT8 FOR 0. P. N. 00.
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO RE-
eeivo, Storo and attend .to Forwarding Qoods from
HOPE TO GRANITE CITV.
MorcliantB and others consigning DoodH
to our earn will bavcour bent nt tent fun at
tbe lowest rates.
Praser & Peters.
Hopo, U.C.,Aprti 22,1886. 2tan3m
JOHN S. COX,
Importer and Denier lu
INCLUDING
WHITE I.KKIIIIHNH,
BROWN LEGHORNS.
PLYMOUTH ROOKS,
LAHGSIIANG8,
Whit. Created ni.crk Poland.,
Guillen Fowl.,   Rsnelt Dneka.
Willie Pekin Dneka.
Pit Game., Hand.!..,
•a-'ilnla nml Eggs hii milled at low ralen,
anil all Htouk guariuiteoif.
Roynl Avenue, Enst of Douglns St.
F. STRAHAN
IRVING & STRAHAN,
Cor. Be([bir nnd Columbia Mn.
FURNITURE
MANUFACTURERS,
UPHOLSTERERS
Spring and Wool Unltreuet nnd
Bedding nlwajs 01 hand.
HAVE ON HAND THE
I IkUIJST AKD BUST STOCK Or MIR
SITUBU ON TIIE MAIM AMI.
. lo       'K-rl trlfl ni'
Hu juat received lol* tlie Holidays a Une
assortment of Gold and Silver
JEWELRY
GENTS'
GOLD & SILVER WATCHES
Ladles size Swiss (fold Watches
from 925 to $55,
Ladles Size American Stem-
winding Gold Watches, at
$32.50.
'»
llKMEMBKR-We do not nll "fllled"
Watohes and Jewelry as wild gold.
Our goodi are guaranteed juat u re-
presented, and prices lower than .ny
other Iiouse iu B. 0.
COLONIAL BLOCK,
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
The Colonial
BOOTiSHOE
STORE,
Colonial Hotel Building,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Wm. Ross
IMUOUTEH AND HEALER IN
BOOTS and SHOES
Tbe French Lenoir, (loodyear, Fink-
erlon, Cochrane, <*a«nlls & Co.,
Amies llolden and Slater
Bonis and Shoes,
T ADIEB AND GENTLEMEN AIIK HE-
Lt H)ii!ctriilly liivltcil to full um] exam.
Inn the stock.
I havo ulsir on hand tlio
K(OK H-l t*. *llliN LIJATIIMI WATKB.
TIGHT HNEK BOOT,
Which now taken the placo ol gum lioota.
JySOto
NOTIOE.
4 Lt. ACCOUNTS HUE TO ME MTIRT
i\   he pnhl (■oiMiwItlicitiieiwlNe they will
lie pliiM-il In tho IuuhIm of my solicitor.
il. I.EIHEH.
New WOHtmlnster, Muy 18,1886,
IftinyBm Wxe §ritialt dolumbian.
Wi-daex'taj- Morning. June 23, ibko.
For Sale 1000 J-barrola and kits cheap.
Apply at this oflico. aplOtc
Itemembur the school exiuniimtions
to day and to-morrow.
Yesterday was the longest day in the
year.   The weather is very warm.
A large lot of Ladies' Underclothing,
at cost price, at Ellard k Co'a.   jnlGto
The sir. Rithet arrived a few minutes before 4 o'cloek on Monday afternoon.
Lota 4 and 5, Block C, Louis* Gardens,
for ule cheap. Woods, Turner k Gamble, ap24tc
A New York man advertises for a
barkeeper who must bo recommended
by his pastor.
Go to Ellard k Co.'s great clearance
sale for bargains in Dry Goods and
Clothing. jnlOtc
Ladios' aud Children's Beady-mode
Costumes, at lusa than cost, for cash, at
Jos. Ellard k Co's. jnltitc
On the new provincial voters' list
for New Westminstor district thero
are 1,560 names.
On the 4th page of this papor will
be found an interesting obituary notice of the late Uov. J, S. Mackay, of
this eity.
Subscribers to tho Vancouver Weekly
Herald are requested to sewl in their
names addressed to "Tiik Herald,"
Vancouver, B. C. jnlOtc
Collections were made at Christ
Ohuroh eatltsdral, Viotoria, laat Sunday
for the Vancouver sufferers, and the
sum of 9160 was obtained.;
We learn that Mr. A. 0.
Wells, of Chilliwhack, has consented
to be nominated as a candidate for
this district at the approaching election.
Information is desired concerning a
beautiful and intelligent woman, Miss
Frank Folsom, who went into the
White House and never came out
again.
Messn. Reid & Neff havo -leased
the Morton House, Spence's Bridgo,
and tako possession of it thia weok.
An advertisement of ttio houso appears in another column.
Li addition to our new stook of spring
goods we have opened an invoice ol
Diagonals, West of England Broadcloths
and Flench Cassimeres. Walsh tlie
Model Tailor. Herbert Wai.sh, Manager. ap21tc
Messrs, Agassis-., Orr and Kennedy,
who are aspirants for political honors
in the district, publish their addresses
in this issue. Tho address of Mr. A
O. Wells, of Chilliwhack, may be looked for bn Saturday,
The annual meeting of the B. C.
Rifle Association will be held on the
New Westminster range about the 15th
of August. Rifle practice is now in
order, if you don't want the Victorians to sweep tha (iold.
The number of candidates already
announced in the various districts is
perfectly bewildering. This city seems
to be the only constituency, whore tho
lion and the lamb manifest a diapoBition
of friendliness and unconcern.
In the National Museum at Washington there is a pike that belonged
to John Brown and the rifle taken
from Jefferson Davis when lie was captured. They are labelled, "The* beginning and the end of the war."
The Nanaimo Went ward Ho publishes some extracts from an editorial
on politics which lately appeared iu
thia journal aud so garhlf---. them as to
convey a meaning very different from
the one plainly intended. This is
scarcely professional.
To-morrow is tho festival of St. John
the Baptist. In the evening the Masons will go in procession to St,'
Mary's, Sapperton, whero the Bishop
of New Westminster will deliver a sermon suitable to the occasion. Admission will be by ticket.
In another column will be found an
announcement respecting the re-open*
lug of Lorno College in this city. This
well-known educational institution will
open under the prinoipalship of Mr. H.
Fiunnes-Clinton, B. A., late of England.   For particulars see adv.
Lady Randolph Churchill made such
asocial sensation with her orange-colored gown that the Duchesses are imitating her, ad libitum. The result is
said to be that the recent drawing-
room of the Queen looked something
like an exhibition of Egyptian mummies
Reports trom various points state
that the canvass of the provincial secretary through this district leaves no
doubt at all (if ever there was any) of
hii return at the head of the poll,
Everywhere he baa received assurances
of support from the great body uf the
electors.
From an item which appeared in
this paper ou Saturday it might be inferred that there was no physician to
attend the Vancouver patients sent to
tho lumpital on the day of the firo,
Dr, McLean did attend these patients
at the request of the board, and was
ably assisted by Capt, Puolu, tho
chemist.
For constitutional or acrolulons catarrh, and for consumption induced by
tbe scrofulous taint, Ayer's Sarsaparilla
is the true remedy. It has cored numberless oases. It will stop the nauseous
catarrhal discharges, and remove tho
sickening odor of the breath which aro
indications of scrofulous origin,
A paragraph appeared in the Guardian last Saturday stating lhat Mr.
Jas. Cunningham refused to subscribe
anything to tfie Vancouver relief fund.
Mr. Cunningham has contributed 925
to the fund, which he placed in the
hands of the mayor. He objected to
contribute until a relief committee had
beeu appointed in the city—that is all.
The meed of merit for promoting personal orthotics is due to J, C. Ayer k
Co., whose incomparable Hair Vigor is a
universal beautifler of the hair. Harmless, effective, agreeable, it has taken
rank among tho indispensable articles of
the toilet. To scanty looks it gives luxuriance; and withered hair It clothes
with the hue of youth.
Dr. Garrow has formed it partner*
ahip with Dr, Hall, lately arrivod from
the eaat, and the llrm card appears in
another column. Dr. Hall hss studied
in Canada, tho United States, and En*
{[land, and ia a licentiate of the Col*
sge of Physicians & Surgsons, Lon*
don. It is the intention of one member of the firm to visit Chilliwhack
every' fortnight, and Dr, Garrow goes
up on Saturday noxt.
The mail stage whioh arrived frum
Vancouver about 11 o'olock Monday
night was smashed coming down Douglas st. The driver was drunk nnd
unfit to control his team. Somo of
the occupants wero badly hurt, but
not fatally. Mr. J, A, R. Hnmer,
M. P., was in the stage. No proceedings wore takun ngalnst thu driver,
which is a pity, but Mr. Townsend at
once discharged him from hii employ.
A Fair Propositiok.—There could be
no offer more fair than that of the pro-
prietors of Hagyard's Yellow Oil, who
liave long offered to refund every cent
expended for that remedy, if it fails to
give satisfaction on fair trial.
Gone East.—Rev. Mr. Taylor, who
has been for several months supplying
the pulpit of St. Andrew's Church in
this city, in the absence of the Rev.
Mr. McKay, lately deceased, left on
Monday night for his congregation at
Moose Jaw, N. W. T. During his residence in this city Mr. Taylor made
many friends, and his departure is
much to be regretted. He went east
over the 0. P. R.
Pashed. — Lieut. McNaughten, of
the Seymour Artillery, has been successful in passing the examination in
the Royal Sohool of Gunnery, and
came out lst A, Out of 24 who tried,
only one besides Lieut. McNaughten
took so high a standing, although those
iu Victoria, where the examination
took place, have had the benefit of
throe months' study. Half of the
applicants were plucked altogether.
Thanks.—Mr. J. A. Laidlaw, who
has interested himself in collecting
funds for the relief of tho Vancnuver
suffererB, received the following lotter
from the mayor of Vancouver on Saturday: "Wo return you our heartfelt
thanka for the noble efforts whieh you
have just put forth to relieve the distress of our city. You have responded
most generously to the oall for aid in
this our hour of desolation. We trust
you may never miss the bountiful con*
trihution given us at this heedful time.
Yours very truly, M. A. MoLkan,
mayor." Mr. Laidlaw'a collections in
this city aud at Ladner's amounted to
about $800	
Ottawa Riflk Team.—Competition
for places in the Ottawa team ended
lost week, and the result is the following 8 are to compose the team: Gun*
ner F. R. Sarsigon, B. 0. G. A„ 378;
Priv. T. J. Trapp, N. W. R.,372;
Bomb. J. Newbury, B. C. G. A., 360;
Sorgt. Scoullar, N. W. R., 360; Lt.-
Col. Wolfenden, B. C. G. A., 350;
Asst.*Surg. Trew, N. W. R., 347;
Corp. Roper, V. R., 346; Capt. Jones.
B. 0. G. A.. 331. Lieut. McColl,
N. VV. R., scored 344, and would have
gone on the team but for an arrangement previously made that 5 men from
Victoria and 3 from thia oity were to
be selected. The arrangement waa a
very foolish one, for the strongest men
should have been taken.
The American Exhibition. — A
Washington despatch saya that President Cleveland has accepted the honorary presidency of the American exhibition, to take place in London in
May, 1887. Captain GoBcherau, the
general counsel of the exhibition, haa
decided that their main office in the
United States shall bo in Philadelphia.
President Cleveland will open the exhibition from the White House and
start the machinery by telegraphing
along the land lines and the cable. A
committee of over 1000 prominent men
in Great Britain has been selected to
givo a hearty welcome to the American
exhibitors and visitors, during tbe
period when Queen Victoria will celebrate her jubilee year, or the fiftieth
Anniversary of her reign,
i Tiusm: Election. —The election
of school trustees, like almost all other
public mattera iu tuts oivjr, mU1o4
forth no enthusiasm whatever. Tho
meeting was held on Monday, and
■there were about 10 or 12 persons
present. The retiring trustees, Messrs.
JolAiaton and Ross and Capt. Pittendrigh, were all nominated and reelected by acclamation.. Mr. Scoullar
nominated Mr. H. Hoy for St, Patrick's ward, and the nomination Was
seconded by Mr. McColl; but as Mr.
Scoullar was not a voter in the ward,
thu nomination was not good.. Some
of thoso present had to go out and
hunt up a voter iu St. Andrew's ward
to nominate a trustee fur that ward.
It would, perhaps, be useless for ub
again to express the hope that the
people would take greater Interest in
educational matters.
Vancouver Relief —The following
iB the list of the amounts received by
the relief committee up to the present
time: Mr. McFarlane, of Keefer &
Co., $50; salo of flour at relief rooms,
91.50; Mra. Thain, for ladies at
Moodyville, 913; Hastings Sawmill
Co., $250; C.P.R. Co., 8500; city of
Toronto, $1000; city of Hamilton,
$500; city of Victoria, (supplies) 9500;
city of New Westminster, (supplies)
$600, citizens, $400; local government,
B.C., (provisions) $1000; town of Berlin, Out., $300; Mr. Ronald, Brussels,
Ont., $100; Jaa. O'Brien & Co., Montreal, ono case of clothing; O.P.R.G0..
additional, $1,500; city of New Westminster, additional, $200; Montreal,
(collections) $1,300; city of Montreal,
$3,000; Mayor Fell, Victoria, $200;
city of Nanaimo, $600; Mr. Gray, $5;
St. Catherines, Ont., $100; employees
Union Iron Works, viotoria, $135; C.
G. Johnson, meals, $5.25; A. B. Gray,
Victoria, $20; L. A. Agassiz, $20.—
News uf yesterday,
 -*> f
A Complicated Case.*—Harrr Ricardo
of Meaford, Out, testifies that he suffered from rheumatic gout aud chronic
troublo of the stomach and Uver, which
Ilurdoiik Blood Bitten effectually cared,
after all other tried remedies had failed.
In Sproule's Favor. —Telegrams
roceived on Saturday by the Attorney-
General and by counsel for Sproule
stato that judgment was given Friday
at Ottawa by Judge Henry of the supreme court sustaining the motion for
the discharge of the prisoner upon a
writ of habeas corpus bused upon certain irregularities at the trial. His
Lordship's judgment duclnros the trial
and conviction null and void upon the
two grounds: lst, tbe Lieut-Governor
has no power to issue commissions for
the holding of courts of ayer nnd terminer; and, Snd, that tbe order for
change of venue from Kootenny to Victoria wai iuvalid, and that in the absence of a valid ordor to change the
venue the prisoner ihould havo been
tried at Kootenay. There is a question to bo decided whethor the prisoner must be brought to Ottnwa by a
writ of habeas corpus aud discharged
there or discharged here without anything further. It is alio rumored that
tho Dominion Government wilt appeal
agaiut Judgo Henry's order to the
privy council in England. Tim .probable course now is that the prisoner
will bu rearrested and be tried the see*
oud time as in Malott'scaso.—Victoria
Standard,
Hum Praihk,—Mrs. John Ncelands,
writing from tlie Methodist I'araonago,
Adelaide, Ont., eayst "I have used Hag-
yard's Pectoral Hakim in our family for
yoors. For heavy colds, soi-e throats
and distressing coughs no other medicine
so booh relieves,"
Too Fly!—"Capt Geo V. Sinclair,'
writes the Guardian that he and the
Knights of Labor have been insulted
by the paragraph on fire bugs which appeared lately in this journal. Captain
George explains that the reported
threat to burn this city arose from the
notices of meeting seen by some person
chalked about the city. Capt. George
docs not know whnt he jb talking about.
In the item referred to we stated
explicitly that "we do not for a moment believe that there is any connection or sympathy between the
Knights of Libor and these social and
political pests." Both the mayor and
police magistrate called our attention
to the fact that threats of the kind
mentioned had been made, and warning waa aent from the municipal authorities of Vancouver to that effeot.
"Capt. Geo. V. Sinclair'1 sh-.uld
have taken the trouble to inform himself before making foolish assertions
and attributing to other people motives
tbe existence of which he bad no
reason to suspect.
_ ,—«>        	
What a License Means.—What is
the license for ? Not to furnish liquor
to the gutter drunkard, nor to miners,
nor to Indians. The law prohibits
them from contributing tu thia source
of revenue. No! license is granted to
sell liquor to the respectable, to set
traps for the unwary, to make money
out of those who respeot themselves,
in short, to break down the bulwarks
of society. Muoh is aaid, by some, of
the revenue to the towns which the
sale of liquor brings. It builds sidewalks and publie buildings and gives
such an air of improvement to a town.
Let us consider the other aide. The
saloon keeper counts on making hia
license money and a great denl more
out of his patrons, These patrons sacrifice food, furniture and clothing-
rob their familiea of everything, that
they may gratify insane appetite.
Then follow quarrels, fights, murders,
—and these must be prosecuted by the
country. The paupers and destitute
must be clothed and fed by the coun*
try, and the tax payers foot the bills
for it all. They had muoh better vote
a present equal to the license money
to eaeh town for public improvements',
and leave them free from sueh a source
of corruption.—Mrs. Griffith in Blahie
Journal. ■
City Council—Council met on
Monday night.* Present the Mayor,
Couns. Douglas, Lord, Bouson, Elliot,
Calbick, and Shiles, The mayor referred to the proposal to take away
the mail subsidy now existing between
thia oity and Victoria, and stated that
the board of trade had passed a atrong
resolution protesting against it. Moved by Coun. Bonson, seconded by
Coun. Douglas, and oarried unanimously: "That we learn with astonishment that it is proposed by the
post-office department to remove direct
mail facilities from the old established
routes on Frazer River and transfer
the same to Burrard Inlet. Be it
resolved that we enter our most em-
phaiic protest against such injustice
to settlements that have for over
twenty • five years enjoyed direct-
mail facilities, and call upon our representatives to enter a protest' against
any such removal." Constable Grant
handed in his resignation, which was
.received. A number of accounts were
presented. The tnayor reported that
the committee on Vancouver relief had
received $175. The chairman of the
board of worka reported that Mr,
Hendry understood he had - authority
rruin tuu no. r-mu aim x\-*m *.-■ an
Ellice it. with sawdust for $600. -The
clerk was instructed to notify Mr.
Hendry that Couns. Lord aiid Ross
had no authority to maVb aiiy such
arrangement, and no m^re ijawdust
could go on the atreet without the
council's consent. The lamp connnit-
tee was instructed to ascertain. where
the gas lamps ahould be located.
Counoil adjourned till next Monday
night. ■'
From Lanpley Prairie.
'Correspomlen-wor Mie Columblnn.i
The annual school meeting for this
district waa held at the school house
on Monday, Mr. N. Larmon was in
the chair and Mr. Robt. MoKee acted
as socretary. The usual business waa
transacted in a very harmonious way,
and Mr. MoKee was appointed trustee.
for the next term. After school business had been disposed of the question
of elections wu discussed and it was
intimated tbat there were residents of
the settlement who would make excellent representatives. On motion of
Mr, H. Davis, seconded by Mr. T,
Culbert, Mr. Adam Innos, who was
present, waa nominated a candidate.
From Clinton.
'Correspondence of the Columbian.)
Clinton, June 19.—The supreme
court waB held at the Clinton Court
House on the 14th, Mr. Justice Walkem presiding. The grand jury, consisting of 10 men, selected Mr. W.
Walker aa foreman. There were four
cases before the court. Two Indians
were sentenced to throe mouth--' hard
labor for cutting the vara off a horse.
Mcrrit for forging Cargyln's name to a
note of $10 was sentenced to two
months in addition to Ihe term already
served. A Chinnmuu who had been
in custody at the Clinton jail waa sentenced to six months' hard labor fur
escaping und stealing a blanket. An
Indian who had beon nwuiiinu trial for
perjury was discharged. The case
upon which the greatest interest centered was the libel ease uf Alien against
Smith. Tho jury brought In a verdict
of acquittal. Mr. McColl fur plaintiff;
Messrs, Eberls, Victoria, nnd Spinks.
Kamloops, for thu defendant. The
county court hus beun in session ten
days settling water eases. Cnpt. Mart-
ley sued ft. Cu-S'iti for $350 damages
for polluting tho water: $1 allowed,
The caso of the same against Clark and
Gillon has been adjourned for further
inquiry.—Ou the evening of the 16th,
many of the electors from nll parts of
the district being present, the two representatives of the district wure invited
to give an account uf their stewardship.
Mr. McLellan wna called to the chair.
Mr. Semlin, from Yale district, being
present, addrexsed thu meeting, followed by the Hon. Mr. Davio and Mr.
Saul. Mr. Semlin nnd Mr. Saul opposed the present adminWraliigi. The
candidates for the coming election have
nnt yet been selected. It Js probable
thore wilt be two opposition men and
two government BU|iporters in tho livid.
-The stage robbers nave not yet beeu
arrested, and, now, fourteen daya having elapsed, it is very doubtful if they
evor will.
pp FMM AIL PARTS OF THE WORU.
Sabnia, June 10. -An attack with
dynamite or some such explosive wna
made last night about 10 o'clock ou the
residence of .1. G. McCrae, a warm supporter of the Scott Act, and who has
taken an active interest in securing the
appointment of a police magistrate. Tlie
explosive was apparently thrown, aud
struck the sill of the front door, shattering the door and Bill, breaking a couple
of windows and damaging a verandah.
No one was injured. An attempt was
also made to fire the residence of Magistrate Honslo, another Scott Act advocate, but the fire was discovered in time.
The mayor has offered a reward of $200
for the apprehension of tlie guilty parties. Thc county, council last evening
passed a resolution in favor nf a police
magistrate, and the outrages were committed abont three hours later.
Halifax, June 12.—It is stated on
the best official authority that the lliit
ish government has issued orders to
make no more seizures of American vessels, except when tlie violation of tho
treaty of 1818 is so open and ilugrnut it
cannot bo winked at. So far as learned
here, from guarded official utterances,
the Imperial instruction sustains tlio
Canadian construction that the throe
mile limit is to be reckoned from headland to headland,
Washington, June 15. —The cabinet
considered the fishery troubles and questions effecting the status of the government towards telegraph companies in
the settlement of tlioir uooounte. It is
understood that the department of state
has received advices from Minister
Phelps confirmatory of the press reports
that the English governmont is not altogether satisfied with the course pursued
by the Dominion authorities iu regard to
the seizure of American fishing vessels,
and the department is informed that
there is every prospect for a satisfactory
adjustment of the pending complication.
New Vork, June 17.—The Sun's Albany special says: John Hotchkiss, a
prominent manufacturer of Birmingham,
Kngland, has arrived here from Realejo,
Nicaragua. He says tliat the day before lie sailed (May 25) there was a terrible eruption from the volcano of Mom*
ontoubomo. Telegraphic information
was received at Realejo on the 23rd ult.
to the effect that the city of Managua,
capital of the country, has been practically destroyed by violent earthquakes
which accompanied the eruption. It
was reported that there was loss of life,
but how great was not known when the
steamer sailed, Telegraphic intelligence
from the town at the terminus of the
railroad, forty miles from Realejo, was
even more startling, that place was fast
being buried beneath hot volcanic ashes
and many lives had been lost. The situation at Realejo began to grow somewhat threatening and the departure of
the steamer was hastened on that account. Hotchkiss says the fall of the
ashes increased as the ship left the harbor, and they continued to sift down on
the decks until tbe vessel was fully forty
miles out. The decks of the ship received a coating about an inch deep ot
volcanic ashes before getting beyond
reach of the shower.
Ottawa, June 18.—There is no truth
In the statement that the orders given
for the vigorous enforcement of tho
treaty of 1818 have been cancelled.
Rome, June 18.—Cholera has appeared
at Cordiria, on the Po, eight miles from
the Adriatic, At Veuice thc average of
new cases of the disease is sixteen.
Halifax, June 10.—The excitement
over the political situation is increasing.
The popular majority for secession from
Canada is over 12,000 out of about 00,-
000 votes polled. Tho successful party
will make this a test question at the coin-
almost a Bolid delegation of secessionists
to the Ottawa parliament. Then, after
thoroughly ventilating their demands in
the federal legislature, they will appeal
to the imperial parliament.
'"^A'NAMA.'JlfhV iti.—A terrible affray
occurred at Bogota, tho capital of the republic, betwoen a guard of thn prison
and the members of one of the national
batallions. One general, several oflicers
and thirty soldiers were killed. The
affray is looked upon as the outcome of
an old grudge between the guards and
the soldiers, and is without auy political
significance whatever.
Gdinhuroii, June 19.—The scene in
Music Hall on the occasion of Gladstone's
speech last night was an impressive and
memorable one. The hall was packed to
its extreme capacity The audience,
when word was given of the premier's
advent, sang in chorus "See the Conquering Hero Comes." Gladstone came
up On tlie stage,' accompanied by his
wife. When they saw Gladstone, the
audience rose to their feet wholly, and
let their lungs fully out in repeated ringing cheei-H, accompanying the applause
With wild waving of hats and handkerchiefs, Gladstone has spent thc greater
B>rt of his timo driving about the city,
o Ib everywhere followed by crowds of
Scotchmen cheering and holiday making
in his honor. He is simply receiving an
ovation wherever ho appears.
London, June 19.—Hobart Pasha (Au-
gust Charles Hobart), marshal of tho
Turkish empire, is dead. Bradlaugh has
issued a powerful election manifesto to
his constituents of Northampton. In it
lie says, "British injustice 1ms often been
tho mother oi agrarian crimes in Ireland.
Om- paltry selfish harshness has ofteu
been nursed and Incited by Irish speech
antl conduct. Irish union maintained
by a heavy garrison and a police department which is an assistant to thc army
is no real union. Tliere is no willing
union between the prisoner and his handcuffs. Gladstone on returning from liis
visit to-day alighted a mile outside Edinburgh, his intention being to walk the
remainder of the distance. He wm
recognized by the people along the route
and soon had such a cro*.vd at his heels
that ho was compelled to tako refuge iu
a tram car. He could not escape tho
crowd aud 2,600 men and women, and
children, cheering and yelling, followed
bim until he entered his hotel.
Wholesale ony Market.
Beef,     per 100l(w  17 00988 00
Pork "  7 60S 0 00
Mutton       "  8 60S 0 00
HMcs(Kr*n)'-  8 60@ 0 00
Potatoes    "         0 75 a 100
Turnips      " - 0 60@ 0 75
Carrots       "  0 759 1 00
Parsnips    "         1 00a 1 as
Beets '•  1000125
Cabbage     "  ™..™... 100(3 125
Unions       *'  2 00@ <IV0
Apples       •'  160 9 2 00
Pears        " 0 00® 000
Wheat        " ~  1609175
Oats "  1 259 1 50
Peas "  1009 125
Hay,        per ton 0 00® IU 00
Butter u-oIIk) per lb ., 0 00 9 0 25
Cheese, "    ..0 173 0 18
Eggs,      per doz 020® 0 25
Geese,       eneli      1 509 1 76
Ducks '•        „ 0 759100
Chickens, per pulr 0 75® 1 00
TurkoyN.purll  020® 0 25
Cordwood (retail) per curd. 3 00 ® a 60
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Bible Olass 2100 p. m. Prayer Meeting on
Tliui-sdayn at S v. m. Scuta free; strangers
cordially Invited. Jtf-to.
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1 Siippotlon, Services, Sundays, 11 a.m.,
nnd .1,80 p.m. Thursdays, 7.80p.m. Dally,
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A full line of Canadian Hymnals just
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Declared Incurable.--E, C. MoQov-
ern, of Syracuse, N, Y., who ia a well-
known resident of that place, was declared incurable by his pliy-iiciau, thu
disease being a complication of kidney
and -.liver complaint. In two days he
found relief in Dm dook Ulood Hitter--,
and in one month be entirely recovered.
Tho yachting season is about tu open
oil the Atlantic Coast, with a suries nf
mutches that will decido which uf tho
four crack sluops—tho Puritan, Pris*
cilia, Atlantic and Mayflower—shall
have thu honor of meeting the English
flalatea in the September contest for
the America's cup.
—— •**-» '	
Quinine and Chills.—Quinine is the
popular remedy for chill fever, but it
does not always cure, Esquiru Pel tun.
of Onus Lake, Michigan, took in all I'M)
grains of quinine for chronic chills ami
malarial fever. Aftor that nnd various
other remedies had failed, five bottles of
Burdock Blood Bitter»uured liim.
A Washington Bpooial correspondent
estimates the presents to Mra. Clevo-
Und st 8100,000.	
A Growing Evil,—Scrofula, or kings
evil, as an enlargement of the glands of
the neck in termed, muy be called a growing evil in more than one souse, Mrs.
Henry Dobbs, ot Borridalo, wub cured of
enlarged glands of tho neck and sore
throat by tho internal nnd external uso
of Hagyard's Yellow Oil.
BAPTIST CHURCH, Rev. Robt. Lennie pnstor; meets In the Court House,
-services ai 11 a.m. and 7p.m. Kabbnth
School and Bible Class at 2.30 P.M.* Pray*
or Meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'cloek.
strangei-Hcordially invited. apUtc
A UNION LODGE No, 9, A. F.
* A. Me—The regular Com-
immicfttions of this Lodge are
held on the first Monday in each
month, Sojourning brethren nre cordiu,
ly Invited toatteud D. WILSON,
fei'Mo.. i *        . Secretary.
To tbe Electors of New West*
minster Dlstrlet:
As I Intimated through theC'oLUMiiiAK
tliat unless a better cIhss of candidutes
presented, I would offer you my ser\Tlces
us representative for the district In the
coming parllament-and.sad to say. that
instead of better It is getting worse-I
therefore offer you my services: and, to
give you some Idea of my position with
regard to the comparative merits or demerits of tbe Ins and tbe ouls, I muy
briefly say that the present opposition,
when Its leader wus in power, wus not In
my opinion worthy the confidence of uny
intelligent Upright mnn, und never could
have my confidence, because It set an example ror extrnvngnnce and selfishness
wliich, I regret to say, the present administration has not departed from following.
In fuel, it may be truly said of t be present
administration, as was often said of the
Kings of Israel, that "they had not de*
parted from the sins of Jerehoam the sou
of Nebnt, which mode Israel to sin." But
Bhould you do yourselves and me the
honor of placing me in a position of responsibility, I will endeavor to freo vou
from the misrule of such governments
nnd place you in a position in which vou
cun govern yourselves. As lt Is essentially
necessary tbat thc representative for the
clly und those'of tho district should ben
unit in tbo coming parliament, I intend
to address the electors for ihe district resident l;i the city and vicinity, on Tuesduy
even-1 g. 29th lost., at 8 o'clock, when the
candidates for the city may aluo have an
opportunity to express themselves; nnd
should any of the settlements of the district wish me to speak to them face to
face, I will lie happy to meet tlicm at their
expense. JAMES KENNEDY,
Alder Dole,
Je23 murrey-Delta.
To the Electors of New Westminster Electoral Dlstrlet.
Okntlkhen. —Being an old settler I
hereby offer myself as a candidate for election Skene ot your representatives in the
Leglslatureof the Province of British Columbia. Owing to thc suddenness with
which thc election i-i sprung upon us I
may be prevented by the demands of en-
gaf emenls already mude from taking part
in tbe canvass, but if elected I design to
mnke a yearly circuit round the district
to ascertain your wishes, 1 am personally
opposed to asking any elector for his vote.
If looks too much like n personal Insult—
an Intimation that he Is too Ignorant to
decide for himself. If elected I snail deem
It not only a duty hut u pleasure to nid in
all measures thut are calculated to promote the people's material prosperity,
social welfare und the extension of tlieir
political rightn. 1 shall devote my entire
energies to tbelr cause in harmony with
all who Inbor for the common good of the
Province generally and of thc Mainland in
particular. With these viewsund feelings
I offer my services, and If accepted, I
pledge you faithful service, on the principle of right, to the very best of my ability,
and a personal visit before the meeting of
the Legislature. I muy add thut I am In
favor of the progressive measures required in sociul reform.
Jnlfltd
Yours respecifully,
Kent, farmer.
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To' the Electors or New Westminster District:
GENTI-KMEN.-
Havlng hnd the honor to be nominated
hy Ulan-fund Influential meeting of the
electors of this dlstrlet, as a candidate at
the approaching election,   ...
I wonld state that I am a farmer with
large interests in thlsdlstrlet,oonseqnent-
ly am In a better position toknow.aU yonr
wants, and work fortho best interests of
the country, than men who have no per-
munent Interests und who have heretofore
almost Invariably turned Victorians aa
soon ns they crossed tho Gulf of Georgia.
I am In fuvor of a removal of the capital from Victorin to the mainland, as Being more central, nnd to that end should
endeavor to have I lie constitution altered
so thut every district should have representation according to its electorate, instead of, us nt present, whero we find Victoria city, witli barely 1,000 voters, sending four representatives, while this district, with ovor l/i00 votera, is allowed but
ttiree.
I am furthermore of the opinion that
this distriot Bhould bo subdivided, aud
that thc city or Vancouver should have
Its own representatives.
It is to be regretted that the land Question Is uo nearer settlement tban It was
venrs ngo, and I nm of opinion thnt tlie
locnl government is very mnchtoblnme
for tlie present very unsutisfactoiyBtnte of
affairs. Ami ho long as they continue lo
set up clufnu to lauds which they cannot
substantiate [as for Instance tn the case of
the Sumns dyking reserve), so long will
tho Dominion --ovoriiment refuse to deal
wllh Ihe lunds, us Is proved by Iheir recent
notice extendI11-1 Hie prttMent uusafIsfiu'-
torv html regulations for anOIJirir year. I
am In favor of ivp'Hillng the I^Wpg Act
nml waiving whatever cliUm we may have
to the lands In fuvor of the Dominion
government,on condition of their giving
V101111 Mill' setllem their gruntsatoiicc at
not more thai) one dollar per aero.
It is ulso i-t-HmUnl that this province
should lie nti friendly terms with the Dominion government, 10 that this government ivontd he in u position to uso Ils Influence hi tin1 liiiitters of dredging.snug
pulling, mnll niuit«n., Ac; ulso with regard lo reducing the Indian reserves, tlie
'iivsfii' size of which ure detrimental to
Uir in 1 j rests of thedlslricl.
While favoring the  present common
school system,ami bol loving tltnt it should
in- ..Mended,so that the rudiments of a
gijiiil I'lliicullnii would lie within tho reach
111'all, I am opposed tothe freehlgh school
stem.ns well ns the university which
nu-' InteruNtcd parties would like to see
nliil lu Vlclorln,nt the expense of the
'OptelttS 1 fall to see why farmers should
> tiixed to eu-tiile thriving cltlxens and
eichantfl to obtain n free classical edu-
tion (or their sonsand accomplishments
. rtlu'li•dnughU'rn,
I um In favor of all government grauta
in iminlcipiilliWbeing pnlddlreetto the
municipal councils to bo expended nt their
discretion,bud thnt ench section shnll rc-
cclvo an appropriation in proportion to
the rfveniio derived therefrom, Independent of Its polltifflH creed.
t linvu found by personal experience
that -:ooii i-oitda nre nno of tlie greatest
rc'iiilMlcs in opening up countr'.' districts,
nml 1 should alwnys do all In my power
In this direction.
There nro also 11 variety of othor puhllo
works wliich need thu attention of government, such ns the darning of small
sintigbs, Ac, which at present are the
means of flooding large areas of country.
M'hile measures calculated to further
Iho best Interests ofthe conntry will always receive my support, no matter from
whom they may emanate, I regret thnt 1
cun not promise my support to tne presont
government, as I consider that they have
f neon rimed class legislation of a nature
tlmt is hurtful tothe Interest*of thisdls-
ti id, nnd lhat n great many of their measures am dictated rather In the interests of
Victoria and individuals than In the In-
lerostfl of the province at largo,
Thoro ure also n great many other questions which It Is Impossible to get Into a
short nddress of tills nature, but which I
hope to hit ve tho pleasure of diking over
with you hefore tho day of ebotlon.
In conclusion, gentlemen, if, after due
consideration, you do mo (he honor of
electing mo he oneofyour representatlvcs,
1 pledge myself to further your Interest•>
hy ovory moans in my power.
I hnvo the honor to ue,Gentlemen,
Your OhedlontBervant,
.102.1 1,. A. \GAB8IZ,
To the Free and Independent Electors ur the District of >'ew Westmlniter:
GENTLEMEN,-
Numerous assurances of support voluntarily tendered, with the very substantial
vote nccorded me at the last general election,bave prompted me again tooflbr my-
self as n candidate for your suffrages.
Since I last had the honor of addressing
you, questions of vital Import to the future
welfare of the province have ity mutual
legislation ou the part of the Dominion
and Provincial governments been settled,
upon conditions whlcb have been ratified
by a large majority of our late representatives. As a result of such settlement tbe
sum of 3250,000, Dry-dock refund, wua solemnly promised for mainland improvements bythe present govornment and I
shall, If elected, strenuously insist upon
the promise so mado being faithfully carried out.
I nm opposed to tbe liquor licensing
power being vested in a magistrate's court
as being Incompatible with tbe well-
known principles of responsible government. In my opinion the question of
grnntlngllquor licenses should be decided
by the majority ot the bona tide residents
in each settlement, In accordnnce with
Sec. 4, Chap. 106 of the Consolidated Statutes of British Columbia.
I shnll advocate a Just equality of taxation, whether real, personal or Income;
tho modification of clnss legislation as
applied to the learned professions; and a
revision of the code at present employed
in tne collection of small debts,
I will- Mvocate and support such legislation as shall teiul to tlie gradual exclusion of the Chinese.        )l
While favoring to the fullest extent free
and compulsory common school education, Ishnll oppose the establishment of
a provincial university as being a luxury
wo oiuwiat aa yot affbrd.
Iamlufuvorof all govemment grants
{"municipalities being expended on the
palily,underthedt-fe^o-.ft,,,uupervl8Kn
of the municipal council. '
I will advocate the Imposition of statute
labor In all municipalities, making It optional wlHi each municipality to adopt
labor or n money commutation.
Theso are my views on some of the questions whieh occUr to me us being of Importance to the future prosperity of tbis
district and province. Should you favor
me with yourconfldencc, I shall endeavor
earnestly, faithfully nnd impartially ta
represent the various interests of the district in such a way as shall merit tho confidence reposed In me.
I am,Gentlemen,
Your Obedient Servant,
Jnel9 JOHN KIRKLAND.
D. DRYSDALE & CO'S
ALSO,
A NICE STOCK OF LADIES'JERSEYS.
t^Oiir Assortment of DRY OOODS
Is now complete.
A full line of Bluck and Colored Cuhinerea, Black (troche and Plain Silka,
Black and Colored Satins, Ottoman Dreia Gooda, French Foule Cloth,
Nun's Veiling, Jersey Cloth, New Lace Dress Goods; in
Sateens, Calicoes, and Piques we have a full line;
Table Linen, Towels and Napkins, Laos Curtains and Curtain Net, Hosier.,
Corsets and Underwear.
D. DRYSDALE & CO., - NEW WESTMINSTER.
TRAPP BROS. OLD STAND.
MiogOff!
ts
CLEARANCE SALE
NOTICE.
A LL ACCOUN-TS DUE TO THE UN-
A  deralgned must be paid forthwith,
otherwise they wtl I he placed in the hands
of a collector.
JelflU L. WILLIE.
FOR
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT
m ixt nnm days!
Notice to the Public.
TAMES MOKUISON who Iiiih Itfc-ll for
(J fifteen yrarn ciif*n-"ed in the ('ily of
New Westminster as (Jonveyuneor. Land
and General Agent, A uct ti nicer and Collector of Rents, Debts, A-r., I ins removed to
Vancouver Citv. He hns hud considerable
practice In the County and Police Court*.;
uud atl hiu ebarKCt. wore nlwav*- moderate
ho hopes for a continuance ot litlbtto confidence. His oflices nre over *tf r. "Wilson's
store, Vancouver City.
Vancouver Clly, lih March, 1880.
mheic
SPECIAL NOTICE.
1 1,1, ACCOUNTS ON MY BOOKS Kill
(V   PMltlvrtjtii.
CLOSED ON THE  31st INSTANT.
Cnstmiion. will iileimi. accept tills notice
mt KIN AI, mill govern tbemaolveanri'onl-
ln«ly.
rHE BALANCE OK BTOCK ON HA ND
wlllbsiolll
AT COST MD UNDER FM CASH ONLV.
No liarcel delivery ol gooda nner 11
flrato/Jnne.
iny-Stc C. 0. MA.IOII.
fHE KEY TO HEALTH.
Unlocks all tlie clnfjieil ivtnutji nl 'iv
Jo-nil, Kidneys «"1 Liver, carryinj
Iff gradually williom weakyninrr llic system
ill the impurities ami fun! lmrt.rs nf lli<
kcrelinltt; at the lame time Corr-ctini
Iddity Of thi Stomach, euiinu Bill
minus, Drspepsu - cjKiJichoB. Dl*
dnm HMrtWa fcustipAtion
WyneM of the Skin. Croiisv. Dim
leu of Villon. Jmtndioc Salt Rheum,
BryeijpelM, ScmW*. Fluttering ol
the Heart, Norwmsnoss and Genera]
Debility; sll that w1 unny mini slit+
tar Complaints vlel' lu rlv I' 'iim iiilliini™
Bf BUBDOOK btpod fitters.
Sample Bottles 10c; F.tj niw site $1
For sale liy nll denier*.
t. all■!» * CO., S*i-.u.il. lor., l'linal.
JAMES ELLARD & CO.
ARE NOW   SHOWING  A  OOMHiETE 8XQPK  IN EVERY
DEPARTMENT, ONE OF THEi £ARGEST>'aND BJ»T
ASSORTED   IN THE   PROVINCE,  AND  AT•-"*.«,
KT OOST  PRICES.**a J___—,.:-
FRENCH, tfRMAN AW ENU.ISH DRESSJMOSl ,
Army Dom In Prioe,
OlLlVO J   Both Black and Colored, at Bottom Prices.
LACE TRIMMIN8, UGE ALL-OVERS, ORIENTAL LACES.
FANCY NETS, Ad
Eterytliing new and lovely. Thia Department far surpasses any previous season's efforts and cannot lie equalled iu the Province. Ladies,
see for yourselves.
HOSIERY, ILOIES, LADIES' UNDERWEAR, kt:
A truly grand slock, in every make.
RENTS' FHRNISHHM8, COLLARS, TKS, HANDKERCMEFS,
UMBRELLAS:
All choice and cheap.
"KIM lOl   This department ia full oJ all the latest snd most beautiful
designs.
CORSETS I
Away Down in Prioe.
STAPLE 000DS:
This Department should not he forgotten. The stuck of Cottons, Sheetings, Diapers, Napkins, etc., dso., is always most complete and all sold
at very low prices.
LADIES, dont't fail ta corns ami secure Bargains before buying elsewhere.
K. I.-All Goods entered oa the Books will be charged at regalar prices,
inn JAMES ELLARD & OO., U9ND0M HO0M,« WUTWWTfl
lw Offered in
HAVING CONCLUDED TO GIVE UP
txiHim-iM I Hl-nlt neii the entire itock
•■niiNiNiin-f of Dry Gamin, Clothing, Hen's
FurnlihltiffGoodi, Boot*, Shoes, elc.al
25 Per Cent.
Below Cost.
Suits from (COO upwards.
14 yards best Print, tor (1.00
14 " « White Cotton.. 1.00
14 •• " Brown " .. 1.00
10   "    No. 1 heavy Drilling, 1.00
10   "    Canton Flannel  1,00
Beat 8/4 Bed Sheeting, 25c. per yd.
Fine Children's Shoes, 75c per pair.
Fine " Stnw Hate, 26c. ee,
10 pair Ladies' Stockings, all colors,
for 11.00.
10 pair Hen's Sooke for tl.00.
Hen'e While Shirta, 7fe eaoh.
Beat blue, gray and brown Overalls,
75c. per pair.
Come ul mcwc Bmi»Iih
before we close oir store.
G. LEISER.
New W«itrolniit*jr, Mar 1". IW.
mylfn
HERRING'S
Drug Store!
NFW PRICE LIST.
Axann suit bhmtioh rot
CAM WIT.
WARNER'S SAFE CURE, 89c
WARNER'S SAFE PILLS, 16o
AYER'S HAIR VIGOR, Mo
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTEUS, fUSe
V1WRTABLE DISCOVERY, lrf.*L.,8i-c
AYER'S SARSAPARILLA, Wo
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, Mo
ALLAN'S LUNO BALSAM, Mo
JAYNES' EXPECTORANT, Mo
PIERCE'S MEDICAL DISOOVERY.Wo
HALL'S HAIR VIGOR, 7Bo
HOYT'S COLOGNE (Urge), 7tc
HOP BITTERS, Mo
DIAMOND DYES, 8 lor 25c
And masy othen.
sarPhysiniana' rrewijpikma accurately
dispensed Irom pure English Drags at
reaaoiiahla faieee.
A, M. HERMNO.
Jattc Pharmacist, H.W., B.C. Hev. John S* Mackay- MX
On May 20 the Rev. Juhn S.. Mackay, lato minister of the Presbyterian
church, New Westminster, B.C., diet!
at his father'B residence, in tho town-
ihip of East Nissouri, Out., at tho
early age of thirty-ono years aiul three
Biqnths; -ind in the Becond year of hia
iibiniBtry.'"^ waabiirn.and brought
-jOp on tlt^, verytitm where he died,
and of pious purents who instructed
him early in tho principles of the religion of Jesut. Like Timothy he knew
the Scriptures since he was a child.
From hia very childhood lie was looked
upon by those who knew liim best as
no ordinary boy, wise and good above
many. At an early period of his life
he manifested a taste for books and
aptitude for learning. His parents can
remember that he could read the New
Testament pretty well before ho was
quite aix years of age, and at that early
period of his life they frequently saw
him reading tho htatory of Joseph with
tears streaming down his cheeks. He
received the tirst part of his education
in tho common school in his own neighborhood, then at the ingersoll High
School; and after teaching for a few
years he entered tho University of
Toronto, and in due time graduated
with honors and marked distinction.
He studied theology at Knox College
with good success, aud finished in the
spring of 1884, taking many scholar-
■hips and prizes of much value both at
the Univorsity and at Knox College.
When the congregation of our church
in New Westminster, B.C., wanted a
■uccoBsor to the Rev. Mr. Jamieson,
who resigned on account of age and ill
health, it asked Uru. Cochrane, Caven,
and Reid to ohoose for them and send
to them a suitable man. Theae friends
tgreod at once to ask Mr. Mackay to
- go; ind as far as wt know, uo one ever
uid that they made a mistake in their
choice Their.wiih,was'ijfiade known
to Mr. Ma-gkay,'ami after oireful and
prayerful consideration ho thought it
was the path of duty to go.
He was licensed and ordained by tho
Presbytery of Toronto in the month of
June, 1884. Soon aftor be started for
his new and important Held of labor,
followed by tho prayers and »ood
wishes of his numerous friends. He
was receivcd__by his congregation with
' open arms from the commencement of
his ministry amum- then).    He proved
- himielf to he a workman neediug cot
to be ashamed, rightly, dividing ihe
word of truth, abundant in bis labors,
instant in season and out of Beason.
There was a strong attachment from
the very tirat between minister und
people, and evidences are not wanting
thatHis services have been blessed iu
that field, feut, alas! his'ti'mo among
them waB short. Hia health in the
midst of his numeroua aud heavy.engagements broke down, lung disease
set in, and he had with great reluctance to give up his work among a peo-
. pie tbat he loved so dearly, and by
- whom he was loved no less dearly. At
firat it < was thought it'might be only
for a timo; but the Master thought
otherwise; His ways are imt our ways.
In obedience to thc orders of his physician he wjtit for a time to Riverside,
Southern California; but that mild and
balmy climate had no good effect upon
his health,, and; when he discovered
this he returned to his home in Canada,
where he airirtd on the lat .of Maroh,
weak: and' macli' exhausted. Everything was done for him that love aud
skill could do; but his work was done
—hit raco was run; and the fdiviue
Master called him home. Surrounded
by father and mother, brothers and
sisters, he breathed his last. "Ho
slept in Jesus." "Blessed are tho dead
who die in tii* Irf*p*l " -*Flf*ip, linrd.
for the godly man ceaseth." He was
a young man, who, had he been spared,
war doubtless deatined to rise ana
nuitto hii mark in the church. A man
of fine parts, of ■tcrlint- character, of
noble principles, of scholarly attainments, of deep fervent piety and withal
of cheerful disposition—ho was loved
and esteemed by professors and students; yoa by air who knew him. To
know J. S. Mackay was to love him.
Ab a preacher he waa earnest—solid
—the matter was alwaya well arranged.
Hia viewa of Bible truth wero sound
and much to the point. He firmly believed in the three R's, viz., ruin by
the fall, redemption by OhriBt and iu*
generation by the Spirit.
In a letter to a friend we find the
following words: "I have found, and
Op experience 'm breaching has been
very brief, that it Is only the old theology of human depravity, the vicarious character of tho atonement, the
necessity of regeneration, etc., that
takes hold of the consciousues of men.
I have no compuction of conscience in
bringing the terrors of God's Law to
bear on guilty sinners, althouL'h I prefer to apeak of the mercy and love of
our heavenly Father."
The funeral took place on the 24th
of May. Hia remains are interred in
the family burying ground at the PreB*
byterian churoh, Thamcsford. The
proceision that followed his romaina.to
the tomb was one of the largest, if not
the largest, that was evor Been in this
part of the country. Solemn and
pressive services wore conducted both
a!*> the house and in the church. There
were nine or ton ministers present,
and 'somo of them from lone distances,
' ill of whom took more or less part in
the services. Prinoipal Caven and
Rev. R. Mon teat h represented the
Presbytery of Toronto. Dt. Cochrane,
from Brantford, nnd Dr. Caven deliver*
.ed M-MjltKit and impressive nddrei-aes
* whieh, we hdpe, will be blessed to tho
hundreds assembled mi that solemn
occasion.
— - Weimay say*".bat universal sympathy
aaf fjilfUna t\is\  mtt^—'mOAn   fnmilu    nnrl  f.ir
Cattle of the Northwest.
Jtfontanu is a pwtty -big country
(nearly a hUnflr&l million acres), yet ft
■a really not large enough for the wonderful growth of the cattlo industry bo
recently begun within her borders. I
note tliat American stock-raisers are
beginning to look with longing, covetous eyes boyond the boundary lino
upon ,the miles and miles of luxuriant
{•rasses in /Assfnibqiu,, Alberta}: and
Saskatchewan theft wasting year after
year, without tenantry of any kind
save the scattered bands of wild animals still left in the country and the
few herds of domestic cattle under the
watchful care of owners and herders
in isolated and distant spots, I note
also that, while coveting these rich
pastures at a distance, a few bold
American companies are contemplating
a descent upon tho Saskatchewan Valley, and that in one or two instances
the subjects of UnoleSam have actually taken John Bull by the horns, so
to speak, and leased somo of his seductive pastures whether he will or no.
Tiio "Canucks" are highly indignant
over this exhibition of "American
cheek," as they otll] it, but they forgot
that fully one*lmlf of the great herds
grazing west of the Mississippi arc
owned and controlled by foreign capital, principally English money. In
reality the cattlo industry of the Northwest knows no limit or boundary. Tho
energetic men who tirst gave the business a buom iu this section are not
going to stop at international boundary
lines; but if their neod of range facilities require it, they will continue push-
tng into tha north until they finally
bring somewhere in tlie nou'hborhuod
of CWcburn Islnnd or Viotoria bind.
To keep within the bounds of possibility and to calculate with some degroo
ut certainty, at the present rate of
progress toward the polo, wo may expect to hear, a year or two hence that
American rouiult'p^pftitiesiiaveroached
the Arctic Ocean, and "that A*meiicim
cowboys are chaftlng steers and branding calves along tho banks of the
Mackenzie river.—Cor, Cliicago Times.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
Title powder nover varies. A marvel of
purity.Nlrenj-lli and wholesnnienenH. More
I'diimiiileiil timn the ordinary kinds, and
cannot he Mild lu compel lllon witli the
multitude of low test, uliort welalit Mum
or pliospbate powders. Hold ontyin cann,
Rovai. Bakino: I'owdku Co., 10(1 Wall tiUi
New York. Moly -
MRS, K. .1. MILLER 18 PREPARED
to receive pupils In Drawing, Oil
Pn I nt liu", Crayons, and various kinds of
Decorative work, at hor temporary studio,
Occident Ilolol, Room lit. myl -.
The 43-Ton Gun.
It can be no matter of aurpiise that
the lato failure of tho 43-ton gun on
board the Collingwood should havo
caused consternation and dismay not
merely in military-and naval circles,
,bift in every quarj$r where tbe safety
and etlieiency of naval .ordnance are
regarded as a matter of primary im-
tiotnil concern. The official answers
given on the subject in the house of
commotiB have tended rather to increase thau to abate thc general anxiety. Wo are tqldrthat proper inquirioB
will be instituted-;-that we must wait
till theso inquiries are concluded, and
in thc meanwhile that the Colossus,
which carries tho same class of guns as
the Collingwood, has boen ordered to
sea with instructioiiB not to firo hor
guns oxcept in case of military necessity, when, of course, she *muBt take
■her'chance. When Mr. Hibbert is
asked whethor the bavy possesses any
guns "of a known trustworthy character in reference to their having under
gone a continuous test, such as it
might be reasonably inferred they
would undergo in an ordinary naval
action," he desires that notice of the
question may be given bef-brc he can
bndertake to answer it. Bo further
supplements this remarkably evasive
answer by the more disquieting statement "that tho Colossus has already
fired off these 43-ton guns at sea without any serious result occurring"—a
reply which iB far froin satisfactory in
reference to the past, and ia entirely
devoid of reassurance for tho futuro in
view of the fact that tho commander
of the vessel has now been instructed
not to repeat the dangerous experiment
of firing the aulM ■" " -*»"Bet. Th-.*-*
have already been tired at sea and thoy
have not boen burst; but they aro not
tc bo fired again for fear thuy should
burst. Fur all practical purposes,
therefore, tho vessel might just, as well
bo sent tu sea with no heavy ■ una at
all, lt is true that ihould an i-uomy
appear the guns must. be pointed ut
him and fired, whatever tho result.
But with what confidence can any mon,
evon the bravest of English in on, be
expected to work guns in timu of war
which are considered too dangerous for
practice iu time of peace i Uf course,
tho best of guns may be eipected t-
fail occasionally. The gun has not yet
beeu designed or furged whicli can be
pronounced to bu absolutely safe in all
circumstances. But the question'wliich
arises in regard to the guns of tho Cul-
■•""iw is not whether they are absolutely safe in exceptional circumstances,
but whether they are not absolutely
dangerous in ordinary eircuinstincea.
The official statements n ado in parliaj
ment are certainly calculated to convey
tho impression to the unprejudiced
mind that the war office' Ib quite unable
to answer this 'latter question with a
confident denial.
When the Woolwich guns, of whatever system, aro fifed, they burnt.
What is more, thoir failure is predicted
beforehand, aud it occurs on trial exactly in tho manner in* which it was
predicted. Wo have already referred
to tho remarkable prediction made by
Colonel Hopo with regard to the guns
of the Collingwood only a few hours
hefore the prediction was fulfilled.
Last yenr tiie weak point of guns of the
accepted Woolwich pattern was accurately indicated in public by a scientific
exnert, vim foretold that they would
fail on actual I trial ■-■** thn, pffcoiso
point. Since* that timu a fi-inch •.nui
has faile-J oii.hw.rtl tho. Active, a .)-!•!•
ineh haa failed ill liko manner in the
IihiiiIh nf tliu \ ordnance authorities—
tflflujili very tittle has been heard in
.    .    .. .   » public of this particular mishap—and
i/«lt-for the.bornvea family, and for   now tho 43-tou gun has failed on board
the'congregation that lost a minister I tho CoIlinj<w6od.   Tho  explosion on
Port Hammond Nursery!
NOW IS THK TIME TO HEND IN
your orders; If you want Rome ol
thoso nice fruit Or ornamental trees;
slirubs, etc.. fiom Ontario. An I return
tilioiu tlie middle of June to settle up m*
lU'iilr*- there nnd eonieout this fall with
tin* stock for mv nursery here, nnd will
select-arid bring your orders fight along
with me for this full ami next spring's
bltfoUtig,] will satisfy all hoth astoqua-
litv of trees nntl fruit, and I will be settled
lii-Ve In tbe business so you will know
wliere to find me. All communications
after the mtthllooMuneinay be addressed
lo nio nt U<m-iiinnville,Oiit.,ortoCnrletou
A Harris, I'ort Hammond;
.    G.W. HENRY,
my22tc Porl -Hammond P.O.
E. HUTCHERSON,
NU^SERYiMAN ^DEALERIN
Fruit and Ornamental Trees,
Ladner's Landing, B. O.
fpHE SUBSCRIBER WISHED TO IN-
I form the people of British Colnmbta
that lu* has established a Nursery tit Ladner's r-amllr.",, and is prepared to nil
all order, for Fruit Trees, Ornamental
Ti •(---, si tu hi-fry, Vines, Hmall Fruits,
Ac Tree, importer! >r homo grown Rc-
iwiliiiKto tho wishes of customers. The
subSCrfbiSr has had u thoroueh practical
tiiUiiitii*- in the lm.|ii*-,s, nud liavlntf a
iii't-mnni-ni stake ii ! lie country It Is his
Inn-rest to dull fairly Willi the puhllo. He
will wall upon the viirioii,-' towns nnd rfet*
tl i'i neii in shortly, unit itl'. orders will hilve
hisiici-.soniil attention.
aul2tc 15. HUT0HRB8ON.
m
so able and so'falthful,—Canada Prelt
byterian, |q ■ ,i     » ifl,
board tho Thunderer roused Woolwieh
from its dream of absolute safety, and
wo seem now to have runhed to tlinox-
The commercial interests of Canada j -treiuo- of no safety at'all.   .Thu ci pla*
are already beginning to benefit hy the
display at tho Colonial Exhibition.
During thu past week very lun-*o ordeis
are reported by various Canadian
firms, including orgatia, spring mat*
tresses, and various manufactured
goods. Representatives of the London school hoard are among recent en-
(juiien, with n view tu large purchases
ot school desks, seats, and general
nppliancol, while deputations with a
similar object have come from an far
north m Halifax hi'Yorkshire.—(Una*
dian Qaxetye,    (
The ateamahip, Great J&utora-wna
recently taken from Milford Haven,
whtre flht had lain for tw-elre years,
to Liverpool. Such masses of seaweed, munrti-and rtbW Bpedinrttts of
marine life dung to tho hull that she
wai unable toateam hater than ndven
and one half knots an hour..,
The subject of bait between the
United Statea and Canada may have
to be referred to tho international pro»!
bait oourt for debait. If Canada
provte WMofrait, •he wai h*v« to sot-
tte by making a rebait, of we ahall
take ineaaurw to abait the nuisance.
—^i*MM$eM Union.
nation in tile Rams in ditch case, as our
correspondent clearly and conclusively
shows, UnHcientilic resistance to
change is tlie normal attitude of Woolwich; utiBcientilic adoption of change
either in reaponso to external pressure,
or in conse-juonoe of demons'ruled
failure, iu the only alternative. When
the former mood is in tho ascendant
the war olliee declines to advance, as
our correspondent tells ub, on the
ground of tho great coat uf ohnng-.', rn-
of experiments pointing to ohaiigg, the
words being quoted, wo believe, from
an ollicial stateniout on the subject.
AVheit the other luoud prevails wo get
guns like those that liavo failed on
board the Active and ihe Collingwood,
or which cannot be fired for fear of
failure, like those on hoard the Colossus. If parliament and puhllo opinion
cau once bo brought to recoi-nizu that
"experiments" pointtng to "chango"
aro tho very life und essence nf gunnery and of all other matters connected with the modern art of naval warfare, wu Bhall very soon see the end of
a tfyrietn to which I we owe the disasters ef the Thtinderar- the Active and
tlu Collingwood, and tho humiliating
dtuhUitaout ttt tho CoIobhub and of all
other, vessels similarly armed.- -London Times,
JEWELER,
COLUMBIA STRFET.     NEW WESTMINSTER.
i ,   .
OjiimsUt- t iiHiiliieliaM ill u's,    . -
SIGN OF THE BIG WATCH.
mr LATE MANAQEK FOK SAVAQH 4
LYMAN, MONTREAL.
Chronometers, Repeaters, I'hrono-
grnphon, and all tne Watcb
repairs» Specially.
ANY ONE HAVING WATCHKB wlllc*!
Iiiivo Iiihiii Injured liy lllcomiifll«ilt
wnloll ropalrelS r-rur lie mude mjuiiI fo new
rlllrllll, JEWl'JI.HY ill 111! Itllldn mude mill
I. priln'il. All work wnrriuilod; t-linr|ea
mouorate.  Estimates s*lvon frur'ulclnirge.
WAHlim, KI.US, aad Mkei
WiilchM and Jewelry cheaper
thai any other limine la H. C.
LADIES' SOLID 12 OAIIAT OOLD AMERICAN STEM WINDING WATCIIIJS,
* *i«
ax—Erw
JACKSON'S
Navy Tobacco.
We oall the attention of consumcra to
the suporloreliowlng qualities of this most
excellent Tobacco. Samples will be sent
free by applying to L. nt E. «IRIIIKlll*
VM, Set ami 8M front Street, Ban Vrnu-
cltee. Calsp Sole AgentB foe l-nriHe Coast.
The goods are for sale by al) the principal Jobbers In British Columbia.
4Jyiy
T, N. HlBBEN & CO.
:*'J,b GENERAL DEALERS JN TIIE
A, many varieties of stork Indirectly
connected With tlio above.
Having Html led the bent markets for the
pant i-imrtor of n century, economy in
purohaaiiiK has boon attained by importing In quantities direct from lhe publishers and manufacture™, and no pains Is
•pared to keep a full and vell-sclcctcd
stock.
Old Nnonio Building, Goverment Si.
VICTORIA, B. C.
aw The following New Books just received: Canadian Pi'-tuirs, by Marquis
■f Uraei Treasary or Song- draw's !'«•
rivalled Wtamlly Alias. octtfltc
Dominion   Lands in
British Oolumbia.
NOTICE IS HEHEBY OIVEN BY Direction of tlie Honorablo the Minister of the Interior Unit tho operation Df
tho provisions of the Homestead Ing
clauses, hhmberod 18 Io 24 inclusive, of
tho Regulations for the disposal of Dominion Lands within the Hallway Belt hi
this Province, lius heen extended by Order
in Conncil so us to mako those clauses
applicable to hinds set tied upon until 1st
July, 1887.     JOSEPH W THUTCH,
Dominion Govt, Agent.
Victoria, 11. C, 20th May, '80.     JHmylm
1HOT1CE.
Sittings ofthe County Court
of Cariboo
WIU, DR HOI.IIKN AT TIIE UNDER-
mdnilonod iiliii-i's nml MllloK, vlz:-
At LILLOOET On'III .luno next.
Al CLINTON Oil 17111 June next.
Al HOI1A CHEEK On JUltll Jnno ncxl.
Al QUESNEI.LEM'TII, Oil Jlrrl Jnly noxl.
Al niCHI'-IEl.ll On Sill July ncxl,
Hy Coiuinilllil.
JOHN   HOHSON,
my"* I'mvlni'liil Soirroliiry.
IBM DEE
 OP THE—
VICTORIA
Saw ill k
(LIMITED)
(LATE DEBECK BROS. & CO.)
Mills ami onice al tjapiierton, one
mili; Irom New Westminster.
Ilriuif li l.iimlirr Yard al Van-outer,
MANIJEACTI'IIEIWAJ-IIDEALEHHIN
ALL KINDS OP
Rough and Dressed
LUMBER
Shingles,
Shakes.
Laths.
Picket*.
SALMON BOXES
Doors.
Windows.
Blinds.
Mouldings.
Brackets.
Balusters.
Anil everything in the Wood Line re-
ijuiretl for. building pm-ponert.
II. L. DkBECK,
mhlite Mintgflr.
il'iif. appointed tlie Underslgnea Ills
Agent for HewWestnlnster Clly and
District.
All Orders by Mall or otherwise will bo
promptly uttended to.
Designs, Samples of Material aud Prices
furnished on application.
C. R. MONCK.
New Weat., May 31st, IM.
Jn2tc
TERMS EASY.
D. t|, CURTIS, Adust,
New Wisatminstei'.
M. H. i.'WAN, Secretakv,
jelOtc Victoria.
Has ii.rjorted from London, ling.,
a large Btock ot
The Lateit Shapes and Fashion.
Trimmed and Untrimmed
HATS,
Feathers,  Flowers,
Also, a j*ood Assortment of
Jerseys,   Capes,
Dolmans,
Jackets,
As late in fashion, clump and good
an to bo had in 11. 0,
Kerr Is Co's N, M. T. lOO-fd. 6-rord
drools, 50c. per doien.
We keop ri Btock of
WOOLS
OF ALL KIND8,
-ALSO,-
Gents' Furnishings
At the commencement uf nnother
Hpring we tako this opportunity to
thank the publio for past fnvoji, and
hope for a oontlnuanoo of the aamo.
Globe House
WM. RAE,
OOH'MMA Htkkrt,
Nrw Wbktminhtrr.      apdto
lUM  CLEMENT F.COUNWAI-r*.
CANADA.
PHOVINCE OF BlUTISH COLOMBIA.
VICTOWa, by tlio Oraco of God, of the
United Kingdom of (irent Britain and
Ireland, quken, Defender Ofthe Faith,
•ic., Ac, Ae.
To all to whom those presents shall oome,
Ghkktino.
A PROCLAMATION.
Alkx. R.B. DAVIK, ITirHBRBAB,  We
Attorney-Geneiah j VV nredeslnjusand
resolved, as soon ns may be, to meet Our
people of Our Province of British Columbia, and to huve tlieir advice lu Our Leg-
Islaturo, Wo do make known Our Royal
Will and Pleasure to call a new I-cglsla-
tivo AsHcmbly of Our said Province; and
do furthor decline thnt, by the advice of
Our Kscnitlve Council of British Columhla, We liavo this day felvon orders for
Issuing Onr Writs in due form, for calling anew L'OKlslntlvo Assembly for Our
suld Province, whicli Writs nre to bear
dato on tlio Third dny of June, instant,
nnd to lie returnable  on or bofore tho
First day of September noxt
In Testimony Wiieiikof, Wo have onus-
ed these Uur Lcllers lo ho mnde Patent,
and lhe Public Seal uf Iho said Province
to be hereunto al|Uodi  Witness, Tlie
Honourable Cl-TSMBNT   F.   Cornwall,
Lleuteiiiinl-Govi-i-imr of Our said  Province of Brlllsh Ctilnmbln, In Our City
of Victoria, lu Our Raid Province, tills
Third duy of .luno, In tbo your of Our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and
olgbty*slx, and in the forty-ninth year
of Our Reign,
By Command.
JAMES 0. PRr.VOST.
Roglslrar of Iho Supromo Court
Education Buanoh ok
PnoVCt-K'lAl.Hl-CllHTAHV'sDKPARTMKNT,
Mny 20th, 1680.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENTHAT
IheAnnuul Exuinlunlton of Candidates for Oortifloatoa of Quallftcat4ou to
teach In the Public Schools of the Province will be held lu tho Legislative Assembly Hall, Vlclorln,commencing nt
10 A. M. OK MONDAY, 6TH JULY.
Intending Candidates uro required to
notify this department and. furnish Testimonials prior to June 25UI,
Applicants for Renewal of Certificate!*
arc hereby notified to comply witli subsection K of section -II of tne "Public
Sohool Acl, W83." H. i>. POPE,
Je-Jtil     Superintendent of Education.
Phovincial skcuktaiiy's OfFIOK,
Jlrd June, I860.
HIS HONOUR. THE LIEUTENANT-
Governor hns boon pleased to appoint Iho following Oenllemen to bo Bo-
turning nm-'ers for tbe Electoral Districts
set opposite I heir respdol Iva names, vix..—
II.W.H.Combe,Elect, Mist,ofVlctorlaCity
Thornton Fell.
M. Bray,
J. J.Austin,
Henry Fry,
Q, F. Drabble,
Charles Win wick.
JoslnsC. Iliighnf-,
William Dodd.
Frederick Soues,
John Bow ron,
A. Vf. Vowell,
Walter Anderson,
Victoria,
Nanaimo.
Esquimau.
Cowichan.
Comox.
Now Westminster City
New Westminster.
Ynlo.
Lillooet.
Cariboo,
Kootonay.
Cassiar,
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS,
Assessment Tax and Provinoial
Revenue Tax.
NKW WESTMINSTER CITY AND
DISTRICT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. IN AC-
cordnnco with the statutes,flint, Provincial Uovonuo Tax and all Taxes levied
unili'i-llii- Assessment Acts nro now duo
for (be vo-'r l&sn, nml payable ut my oUlce;
Assessed Taxes, If paid on or boforo the
BOtll ilunc.iasii, are eollccllhle at llio following rale,, vl/.:
V,of 1 percent on Real Property.
& cents per acre on Wild Lnmt        _
\_ut 1 per cunt, on income.
If paid after June Wth, lPfifl!-
Ijof 1 per cent, on Reul Proporty.
(icoals per aero on Wild Lund,
<•; of I por cent on I-ersonnl Property.
%nt I percent.on Ine     _
May'Mh, ISSfi.
%wm
[US.]   CLEMENT P. CORNWELL.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
VICTORIA, by tlio Grnco of God, of the
United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland, Qukkn, Defender of the I-alth,
Ac,, 4o., Ac
To all to whom these presents shall oome.
—Greeting.
A PROCLAMATION.
P, JE, Invisa, 1TI7 HEREAS it
Don, Atlornoy-Genoral. J VV is advisable to establish nn additional Polling
Plaeo In the Electornl District of Cassiar:
NOW KNOW YE, that tho virtue of the
authority contained luthe'-Qualillcution
and Registration of Voters Act, 1870," tho
Lieutenant-Governor in Council declares
that an additional Polling Place shall lie,
and tlio same is lierohy.cstuhllshcd ut the
Inverness Ounnory In tne said Electornl
District
In Testimomy Whereof, We have caused
those Our Letters to be made Patent, and
tlio Greal Seal of tho said Province to he
hereunto affixed: WiTNEHS.the Honourable Clement Y, Cohnwell, Lieutenant-Governor of Our said Proviuce of
British Columliia, in Our City of Victoria, In Our aaid Province, this Third
day of Juno. In the year of Our Lord
ono thousand eight hundred aud oighty-
six, and in tho forty-ninth your of Onr
Reign.
By Command.
JNO. ROBSON,
ltlJoR Provinoial Secretary,
L. S.}   CLEMENT P. CORNWALL.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
VICTORIA, by the Grnco of God, of the
United Kingdom of Grout Britain and
Ireland, Qiiekk, Defender ofthe Faith,
Ac, Ac, Ac.
To al I to whom these Presetils trhnll come.
GllEKTINfl.
A PROCLAMATION,
$.M, lavim, ITXTHEBEAS It
Dop. Attorney-General; | ** is unnecessary to continue the Polling Place at
Boyd and KI|j*our's, In the Electoral
District of New Westmlnsler; and wherens it Is advisable to appoint a Polling
Plane at thc Town Hall, Richmond, In tho
Mil-1 II" '■ .-1 i	
NOW KNOW YE, that by vlrtueof the
authority conlnlnod in tlie "Election Regulation Act, 1871," and the "Qualification
nnd Roglslrnltoii of Voters Act, 1878," and
amending Acts, and of all other powers
and authorities in that behalf enabling,
the Llenlcnnnt-Oovornor in Council declares, and it is hereby declared, that the
Polling Plnco atBoyd nnd Kilgour's, In
the said Electoral District shall he discontinued, and further, tliat an additional Polling   Place lu tho snid  Eloetornl
District snail bo appointed and established at Iho Town Hall, Richmond, In the
suld Electoral Dlstrlet.
IN Testimony WlIBltKOP, Wo hava caused these Our Letters to he made Pntent,
nnd tho Groat Seal ofthe said Province
to   bo   hereunto affixed: Witness, the
Honourable  Ci.emest  P. Cornwall,
•Lleuienant-Govoriior of Our said Province of RrKlsh Columbia, In'Our City
of Victoria, In Our said Province, this
Third day of June, In the year ot Our
Lord One thousnnd eight hundred nnd
oluhty-Klx.and In the forty-ninth yoar
of Our Reign.
By Command.
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
i Income
IrTOTlOB.
$1000 REWARD!
PUBLIC NOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN
tliat a Reward of 91,(100 will he given
by tho Provincial Govornment for auch
Information ns shnll lend to the apprehension and conviction of thc persoiiR
concerned in the robbery of tho British
Columbia Kxpress Company's Statte. on
Cariboo Road, on Saturday, fit)) June, 1880,
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Sec.
Provinoial Seerotiu-y's Office,
Gill June, 4m,
Another_$l,0001
In addition lo the above, tho British
Columbia Express Company {limited) will
pay a Reward of 51000 on tho Biuno tcrflis
and conditions.
"For Ii, C. Express Co., Ld.
FRANK S. BARNARD.
jciHf Manager.
NOTIOE.
TO ARCHITECTS I
THE HON. Till-'. CHIEF COMMIS-
Nloner of Lnnds and Works horoby
invlles Architects, who are n-sidenfa of
British Columbia, to submit Plans and
Speel ili-al Ions fur the construction of Law
Courts, to be creeled upon Iho old riol
site, In Ihe City of Victoria.
The eosl of tin' building complete, inolu-
.11111* all eliiiijies, illuwt not exceed ri),00ll.
There will be reipilreil, In addition lo
OtherrcQuliltrt, tnd following rooms, via:
A supreme Court ltoom, Re-jlulrur'a Ofiiee and Vault, Five Cliutnbers fnr the
.Indues, Ban 1st ers'Boom, Cl-owut'oiinsol's
Room.ifninil Jury Room, Two-Petit Jury
Rooms, TWO Witness Booms, Messenger's
Room, Law Library-- and a Prisoner's
Room, Lnvalorles,Closets, Ao.
There will also lie rcoiilred n County
Court Room, Roiiisfrar's oilioe and Vault,
a.lurv Room, Witnesses Room, Sheriff's
oilier, and an office for thc Superintendent of Pollce,t;loHots,Ao.
The rooms miisl bo conveniently nr-
runired Willi regard t't their respective
uses,and ample provision mnde for lighting, heating iind venilliiilon.
Plans and speellh-iiMoiiK must be signed
willia iiMiitlr illume nnd accompanied by
a Milled le'ti'i-i-niitultitij-* the true nnme
uud address of tho Archlfeel.
The Archlt'-ci of the desitiu which may
he adopted (if nuy) will bo ould tlio usual
commission If (lie work Is enrried out
iimlei his supervision, or ho will bo pnid
five hundred dollars (MOO) without super-
Inteinti.'iioo, mi mny ho ngreed upon or
decided by 'he Government.
Tiio Architect whose design Is deemed
next luordi-rof merltwlll be paid tho mini
of (MOO,   RelicleddcslitliSWlll borottirticd.
Tlio Plans will he oponod for consideration on the 30th Juno.
W- S, GORE,
Surveyor-General,
Lands nnd Works Department,
Vlclorln, B-C..lsUunc,18«L
 JeOlil
NOTICE
SS HEREBY GIVEN thnt application
will lie mudolothe Loglslnllvo Assom-
vof ihe Province of British Columbia,
at tbe next session thereof, for nn Aotto
IT-WI. IHI     ....    --.   -   -
im'orponiti- acompany fortho purposo of
t'onslr-uellHg, inaiiagingaiid innlnfalnlng
Water Works ul tlie Urmlnnl polntof the
Canadian Paoifio RnllwayonConl Harbor
and English Bay, and (for tlio purposes
I hereof ■■ranting to Iho suld compnny tho
in-lvlle-tc of taking water from CapHano
Crock, Burnaby Lake or other suitable
points.wllh poiver lo tho snid company
to build lluiiiei.,iiipiedncts, Iny pines, erect
duins.ocqtilro hinds, nud do all other acts
and tilings necessary for the purposei
-"0r*"""*-     r,BEUIH*.TAYI.OK.
Holleltors for Applicants,
Dnted September 301 li, 1885. deWo
PROCLAMATION.
Electoral District or New Wcstmln
stcr, To Wit:
TJUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Jf to the Elector* of tho Dlatrlet of Now
WeKtmlnster, thnt In obedience to Her
Mnjesty'a Writ, lo ino directed, and bearing dato thcttrd duy of June, In the yonr
of Onr Lord one tl-.ousand eight hundred
and nighty-si-c, I roi|iilrc tho pre«enceof
the said Electors at Punch's Hotel. Brownville, on the 23rd day of Juno,ntl'-»o:cloolc
noon, for the punioso of Electing three
inre of'tlil8 Proviiice.
The tnodo of nomination of Candldaton
slmll hens follow--:
The Candidates shall bo nominated in
writing, tho writing shall be subscribed by
two teg I stored voters of the District aBpro-
poscr*and seconder, and by throe other
registered voters of the said District as
nssenting to tha nomination, and shnll bo
doliv-ji-odtolhe Returning Offieoratany
timo botween the date of the Proclamation and 1 p.m. of the day of nomination,
and in the event of a poll being necessary
such poll will he open on Iho 7th day of
July, 1880, nt
Matsnul, Riverside.
Punch's Hotel, seminhmoo Rond,
Town Hall, Richmond,
Town Hall, Surrey.
Court House. Burrnrd Inlet.
Mr. Hunt's House, Hull's Prairie.
Moodyvillo.
Ag|*asl//s Landing.
Mr. York's Houso, Upper Sumas.
Alder Orovo, yhnrtrced's,
School Houso, Sumas.
"        "     Lnngley.
" .    "     Maplo Ridge.
■'        "'     Trenant.
Com i-fvllleSchoollioiiso, Chilliwhack.
School House, Burton Prairie.
**       "     Ijcliman-a Landing.
"        "     Clover Valley.
"       "     Port Moody.
Of which every person is hereby required
to tnko notice aud govern himself accordingly.
Given under my hand nt Vnncouver tlio
7th day of June, one t housand eight hundred and clghty-sl.\.
J. C. HUGHES,
Jotitd Returning Officer.
[L.S.[  CLEMENT F.CORNWALL
VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of the
United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland,Qurrn,Defender ofthe Faith,
Ac, Ac Ac.
To Hip Returning Oflicer of tho Electoral
District of Now Westminster City.
WHEREAS His Honour tlio Lieutenant-Governor   of British   Columbia
has, by a Proclamation bearing date the
3rd day of Juno, 18S0, been pleased tn de-
solve the Legislative  Assembly of tlie
said Province; nnd wherens lt Is necessary
to hold Elections throughout the said
Provinco to fill the vacancies caused   by
dissolution. We command you that, no-
tlccoftho timeand place of Election being duly given, you do cause lElccllon to
be made according to law, of One Member
to serve In the Legislative Assembly of
the Province of British Columbia, for the
Electoral District of Now Westminster
City, and that you do cause tho nomination of Candidates at such election to be
hold on the 23rd dny of Juno, lm, and do
eause tlie name of such Member, when so
elected, whether he ho present or absent,
to bo certified to Our Supreme Court, nt
the City of Victorin, on or before tho 1st
day of September next, the Election so
mado distinctly and openly undor Our
Seal duly endorsed upon this Our Writ.
In Testimony Whereof, We have caused
these Our Letters to he mude Pntent
under the Grout. Sonl of Our Baid Province of Britisli Columbia: Witness the
Honorable Clement F. Cornwall, nt Our
Government House, nt Victoria, the 3rd
day of Juno, In the year of Our Lord
one thousand eight hundred nnd eighty-
six.
By Com maud.
JAMES C. PREVOST,
Registrar of the Supreme Court.
WHITE
THE CLOTHIER,
Has Just Received
OVER 300 MEN'S SUITS
A Large Quantity of
Boys' and Youth's
Clothing!
7 Oases of Amorican
FELT    HATS
Also, a full Uno of
OENTS'FURNISHINB QOODS
 HE NOW HAS	
The Best Assortment In tbe above
line ever exhibited In New
Westminster.
latest sT*-rzj-*as
At Loweat Foaaltile Prlcea for Cltali.
Cull Early  nnd  Mako  Yonr Selection.
Coumii* Snitr Opp. Bum of b. 0.
I
[L.S.]   CLEMENT W-CORNWALL.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
VICTORIA, hy tho Grnco of'Ood, of tho
United Kingdom of Uroat Britain and
Iroland. OyEKN, Defender of tlio Faith,
Ac, Ac.
A PROCLAMATION.
B. Davik, \ T1THKREAS it I«
**   advlHublo to
Alkx. h. ,,. wai ir.,
Attornoy-Oenoral.,  .-.. .-
csliilill-.il the following additional polling
pluccH in the si-vi'i-nl nnd roapoctlvc Electoral DlHtrlctN heroiuuflor named,
NOW KNOW YE. that hy vlrtueof the
uulhnrity contained In the "(iiiulltlcullon
ans ReRlHtrntlon of Voters'A<il, IBB," the
I,lcuteiiiuiit-(lovcrimr In Council declare*-,
that the following additional polling
nlaoofi xhall bo, nnd lhey uro herohy, osta-
hllHhed forthf'Ki-vi'Nil Electoral Dlatrlctx
the names Of which are net opposite such
polling plnocf) respectively, that Ik to
say—
Pllllillg PlllCOH.
School Hiiin-i-, Somonos.
Burton Prairie School
llmiM'.....	
Moodyville	
Surrey Town'llall	
Pt, Moody School Houso
Lehman's Landing
School IIoiiki*	
Clover Valley School
House ......
Alder Grove, Shortreon'fl
AgaasU's I-imiiui-	
Ashcroft Station	
Shuswap Prnlrlo Punt !>..
Priest's Valley, Government OMcn	
Coiitllc's Lower Nicola...
Urimitc City, Government Otlice,	
Spallumeiioen, al Geo.
W'llhiee'H	
Cliitcoalon   Cariboo,
Electoral Hist.
Cowichan.
Now Westm'r.
Yale.
Empire Ranch, west sido'
Lillooet,
Kootenay,
Cassiar.
'raser-
Farwell * ••
Wlndermoi-o	
Kootenny Luke..	
Golden City	
Donald	
Crniihroojt	
McCullough's Creek -
Lorne Creek	
Ahordonn-.	
Metlakatlah	
Naas Rivor.....	
Alhoral  Nanaimo,
In'I'khtimonv Wiikhkov, Woliovocaused
those Gttr Letters to he made Patent, and
tlio Groat Seal of the said Provinco to be
hpriniutiuitlixeil: Witness, tho Honourablo OliKMltNT F.SCOItNWAI-I., LletltOIl-
aiil-Governor of our said Province of
Uritish Columhlu, In Our said City of
Victoria, in .nir snid Province, this third
day of Juno, In the yenr of Our Lord ono
thousand eight hundred and eight-Nix,
nnd In tho forty-ninth   your of Our
mm,
By Command
JNO. ROBSON,
Provinoial Boowtwy,
[1. S.]   CLEMENT F. CORNWALL.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OF BlUTISH COLUMBIA.
VICTORIA, hy Iho Grace of God, of the
United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland, Qvrbk, Defender ofthe Faith,
Ac, Ac, Ac,
To Our faithful tho Members elected to
servo In tho Le-*lsliitiiro Ast-omuly of
Our Province of British Columbia, and
to all whom it may concern,—Greeting,
A PROCLAMATION.
alkjc. E. B. Davik, l ■firilEREAS We
Attoraey-Oeneral. \ ?V have thought lit,
by and with tho advlco and consent or
Our Executive Council of Our Province of
British Columbia, to desRolvo the present
legislative Assembly of Oursald Province,
wlilcli stands prorogued until the Ninth
day of the month or August next,'
'   NOW KNOW YE, that Wo do, for this
tivo Assembly accordingly, and tlio Members thereof arc discharged from their
meeting and attendance on (ho snid
Ninth ilny of August nest. ',,
Is Testimony whereof, *Wo have caused these Our Letters lo bo niudfl Patent
nnd.tho Great Seal of British Columbia
to be hereunto affixed: Witness, the
honourablo Clkment F. Coiinwau.,
Lieu ten untrGovornor of Oursald Province of British Columbia, In Our Citv
of Victoria, in Our said Provinco, this
Third day of June, In tlie year of Our
Lord One thousand eight hundred nnd
olghty-slx, and in tho forty-ninth yenr
of Our Reign.
By Command,
JAMES C. PREVOST,
Xegtttrar of thc Supreme Oourt,
Importer and Dealer in
Family Groceries!
 AND	
PROVISIONS.
Imported in quantity,
First-Class in quality,
Sold at Bottom Prices
The best Place in the
City to buy your
Groceries.
D. McPHADEN,
Deane's Briok Block,
HEW WESTMINSTER, B. <).
[L.B.]   CLEMENT F. CORNWALL.
CANADA,
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
VICTORIA, bythe Grnco of God, of the
United Kingdom of Great Britain und
Ireland, Q,ukkn. Defender of the Faith,
Ac, Ae., Ae.
To all to whom these Presents shall come.
Greeting,
A PROCLAMATION.
P. M IRVING,        t XIJ HEREAS a
Dep, Attorney-General./ W Wrltforthe
Election of a Member of tho Legislative
Assembly for tho Electoral Diatrlct of
Kootonay Is ubout to bo issued;
, And whereas it Is expedient that tlio
place for tho nomination of Candidates
In the said Electornl District should - bo nt
Donald, in tho said Electoral District;
And whereas by the "Election Regulation Act, 1871." the Governor In Council
Is empowered, from time to time, to appoint, by Proclamation, the plnco for tho
nomination of Candidates In ouch Electornl District:
NOW KNOW YE, that in pursuance of
the powers contained In tlio said Act, nnd
nf all other powers nnd authorities in
that behalf enabling, the Lieutenant-
Governor In Council appoints und declares, nnd it Is hereby unpointed and declared, that Donald shall be the place for
the nomination of Candidates for election
to the Legislative Assembly In the Electoral Dlstrlet of Kootenny,
and tho Great Seal of thesald Provinco
to ho hereunto affixed: Witness, tho
Honourable clkment F. Cornwall,
IJeutsiiunt-Governor of Our snid Pro-
vtftOfler British Columbia, In Our city
of Victoria, in Our said Province, Ihis
Third dny of June. In tho yonr or Our
Lord Ono thousand eight hundred und
eighty-six. aud in the forty-ninth year
of Onr Reign.
By Command.
JNO. ROBSON.
Provincial Secretary
Lsind Registry Ordinance, 1870
The Easterly half of Lot No. 1, Muck v,
part of (he Town ut firanvlllr, mow
Ui Ike iMy of Vancouver.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Titlo of Lewis Cnrlor to llio above-
mentioned land hns been destroyed, nnd
application hoa beon mndo for a duplicate
(hereof; Notlne Ih therefore hereby givon
of my Intention to Issue n fresh certlncato
of my inujtuioii to issue n rresn certlncato
of title in Han of that so dcslroyod, unless
causo be shewn to the contrary within
(im: month from the date hereof.
It, W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Ropstrar,
Land Registry Offloe,
New Westminster, 10th June, 1880,
Jnlflml
ALBION
MARBLE WORKS
JAMKB FISHER, Proprietor.
MONUMENTS, HEAD STONES, TOMBS,
TABLETS AND CROSSES, FURNITURE MARBLE, Ac.
Persons living at n dlslanoo. by sending
a description of what they wish, cau have
designs, prices, etc, furnlshod on application. All work guaranteed ocpinl to any
on tho Pacilic I'oiwl, and at roasonablo
rates,  N, 11,—No agents employed.
Gordon street, Victoria, B. C.
Opp, St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church.
WM. CURRIE.
PACIFIC
COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
i
HAVING PURCHASED tlie Black*
smithing business lately carried on
by VV. R. Lewis, and tho Paoifio Carriage Works, carried on by Joluistono k
Smith, wo arc prepared to manufacture
all kinds of
Farm Wagons,
Carriages,
Phaetons,
Buggies,
Express Wagons,
Drays, Carts,
Stages,
And everything in tlie vehicle line,
on the shortest notice and ut reasonable prices.
We also keep in stock the nbovo
articles, and all kinds of Wagon
and Oarrirgo Material.
Kc-itiilrlni*, FRlntltiK & Trim-
mill-* done at reasonable prices.
BLACKSMITHINC
In all its branches. Farmers', Loggers', Mill and Contract Work, and
Horseshoeing undertaken; Agricultural Implements, and everything
in the blacksmith line mado to order,
Wo also keep in stook to supply
the trade,—Iron, St,*ol, Cumberland
Ooal, Chain, Horse and Ox Shoes,
Steel and Iron Harrow Teeth, Harrows, Springs, Axles, and a complete
stock of Carriago Hardware.
Having secured first-class workmen, we feol confident of giving satisfaction,
All material and work leaving
the shop will bo guaranteed lirst-
class. Orders from tho country
promptly attended to,
mh3tc     UEI1) iit CURRIE

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