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Array THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
—ia mbiuiibd——
Kvcry Wednesday & Saturday,
—at—
D. ROBSON & CO.
OFFICE COLUMBIA STREET. EHTRAHOt TO Em-
cosiauhb Business Department thrum T. B.
Peahson & Co's. Bosk & Snmun Store.
TEBHS-Uy Mall, $3 ft yonr} $1 50 for 0 nro,. t
llfovllmoB.t payable In AdTsno.. Delivered
by Cnrrlor or Agent, SI por qusrtor, psysble
qnsrtorly to Owner or Agent.
AOENTS
T. N. HlBBEN & CO.	
T.R. Pearsoh ft Co	
..Viotoria.
 Yale.
THIS PAPER !"J",?*"°-"d-'
 „  _ _.i file at
■ mun-u-     r-   —w   mm,    QOO*   *■*•   ROWell * Oo.'l
Nswapapui Advertising Bureau(10 Sprnco St.),
wliera wlv-ii tiring contracts may bo made for It In
NEW VOKU.
Wxt $ritwh Columbinn.
Hnir-.lay Horning. Moy so, idm.
current Events nnd Opinions.
Tho policy of the administration
thus far has, in the main, been sin-las to win tho approval of the people.
Tlie confidence felt in the uprightness of the president, in his strength
Hnd ability, in his trustworthiness
and patriotism, is infinitely greater
to-day than it wns on the day of liis
inauguration. He has grown in
public opinion. His surroundings
are bad •, his party has not earned
and does not possess the confidence
of the people; he contends wiih
many difficulties; but lie has thus
far conducted himself creditably in
tbe eyes of tlie nation. If he continues to do so, the lenders of a re-
Volt in the Democratic ranks will
surely be leading the way down to
their political graves. No movement based only on dissatisfaction
at tho distribution of the spoils can
attract any large number of tlie
American people.—Seattle Post,
At Washington all goes well.
President Cleveland is amply fulfilling by his integrity and firmness
the promise of his previous career.
He was elected as the candidate of
the Democratic party and cannot
be expected to set at nought the
party tie; offices of a political character, including ambassadorships, he
gives to his political friends; but in
other offices he makes changes only
where the holder has taken an active
part in politics on the other side.
He is thus delivering the country us
fast as he can from the spoils system. To civil service reform and
the principle of a permanent civil
service he is thoroughly true, and
his fidelity is always rewarded by
increased economy as well e,s purity
in the administration. A quarrel
between Hr. Cleveland and the corrupt section of the Democrats cannot be long deferred; und were lie,
liko au English or Canadian premier,
dependent for his tenure of office on
the party vote, as there would at
once be a coalition between the malcontents and the opposition, liis administration and the hope of reform
would soon be laid in the same
grave. Happily he has a secure
tenure of office for a limited term,
and, if he will put away all thought
of re-election, he is free to serve the
commonwealth alone. Mr, Walter
Phelps, who is uo bad judge, asserts
that there are members of the
Democratic party who, having seen
what Cleveland is, would prefer
Blaine. The machinist and the
spoiler want, above all things, the
system of machines and spoils.
What is principle to theinl-The
Week.
Tlie three leading objections of
the opposition to the new franchise
bill are: 1. That a Dominion franchise law is not necessary, each of
the provinces having a franchise Uw
of its own, and that these laws have
worked well enough since 1807. 2.
That the poposed appointment of
revising-barristers is a dangerous
and an arbitrary step, likely to seriously interfere with the fair rights
of the people. 3. That it is unwise
and unjust to place at once a large
number of the Indians of the Dominion on the list of electors. Truth
will not attempt any elaborate discussion of these issues just now.
Like most of the independent journals it does not hesitate to express
grave doubts of the necessity or propriety of the new government measure. Probably the opposition has
greatly exaggerated the evils that
may come from such a law, but on
the face of it there is a doubtful
look. To curry into forco the proposed law will require a very large
amount of additional work, and of
expense, too, upon the country,
when ib seems possible to avoid it
If tho provincial franchise laws are
allowed to remain to govern the
Dominion elections, too, all the expense and trouble may be avoided.
It has been estimated that the additional expense of the two hundred
or more revising-barristers, with all
the additional machinery it will involve, will not he muoh less than
half a million dollars a year, The
preparing of the lists will, to a large
extent, be out of the hands of the
people and at the entire control of
these officials, As thoy are appointed by the government they will not
be above suspicion so far as party
preferences aro concerned.—Tmtk
It may now be safely said that at
present thore will be no war between
England and Russia. The opinion
i the first
right-minded
war always is, an
The British Columbian.
jot gale ot lEo |Unt.
LAND FORSALE.
VOLUME 27
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C, SATURDAY,* MAY 30, 1885.
NUMBER 43
particular would have been, will approve the conduct of the minister in
preserving peace if it could be done
ou terms honorable to England.
Evidently they do not satisfy the
war party at St. Petersburg. A
mere general suspicion of the designs of Russia or a surmise that
she will uot keep faith is an insufficient reason for precipitating a terrible war. Blood cannot be shed in
anticipation of possible wrongs. If
Russia hereafter breaks her covenant she must again be called to account. On the other hand, diplomacy would not have been able by
any legal or ethical demonstrations
to bring the war party at St. Petersburg to its senses or loosen its hold
upon the weakness of the Czar without a force of a more substantial
sort behind it. To the (spirit shown
by Great Britain and th*vigor with
which Bhe prepared for war must he
mainly asoribed the preservation of
peace. The Millennium is still a
long way off; the world is still a
rough one; and the lovers of peace,
among whom all good mon and good
Christians are numbered, must still
be content to have armaments, as
they have bars and bolts to their
windows and doors, to kanp up the
military qualities, and to/pay due
honor to the soldier's calling. Had
the counsels of the extreme peace
party in England prevailed during
the last twenty years wo should
have had first a Muscovite) march to
Delhi, and then a most disastrous
and very protracted war. — The
Week.
Langley council.
Council met pursuant to adjournment at the old school houso, Langley,
May 10th, at 11 a.m. Present, the
reeve, and councillors Smith, Houston,
Morrison, and Jenkins, Communication from the provincial secretary received and filed. Oom muni cation from
Mirers. Corbould & McColl wns laid
over. Tenders were ordered to be
called by next meeting for tho erection
of a town hall 30x40s22. Clork wa'
instructed to write out specifications
aud post up notices calling for tenders
for roadways and hedges, to be in at
next meeting. The following accounts
were ordered paid: J. Roberts, 815;
J. K. Nelson, 810. Coun. Jenkins
gave notice that at next meeting he
would bring in a by-law to enforco
statute labor. Coun. Morrison gave
notice that at next meeting ho would
bring iu a by-law to prevent entire
horses, bulls and hops from running at
large in the municipality, and also to
prevent persons trespassing in pursuit
of game. Coun. Smith handed in his
resignation, which waa accepted, and
returning officer notified to proceed
with election to fill vacancy. The
council then adjourned until lst Sat*
turdny in June.
Tbe Paris Commune.
Pauis, May 24.- To-day being the
anniversary of the fall of the Commune, the Communists of Paris attempted to hold a demonstration at
the tmnba of their comrades in Pero la
Chaise cemetery. The police interfered, and prevented a display of seditious
emblems. A serious conflict ensued,
iu whicli aoveral men were wounded.
The police finally dispersed the rioters,
30 of whom were arrested. Later, tho
police ordered the Communists to surrender their ted flag, Tho latter refused and fighting ensued. The polico
drew their swords and drove the rabble
against a heap of atones. The rioters
used the stones, and one of the policemen was knocked senseless and another's jaw was broken. The Republican Guards, with fixed bayonets, charged the mob, wounding several in the
foremost ranks, one fatally. Several
reporters were arrested, but were afterwards released. One Anarchist received five sabre outs, and others were
fearfully gashed. The police were unusually severe, giving no quarter. The
scene resembled an attack of the revolution. The shops in the vicinity of
the riot were hurriedly closed, and thc
utmost excitement prevailed until a
late hour. Knots of Communists gathered at various places to-night, vowing
vengeance on the police and the government. It is said at a late hour tonight that 5 persons were killed and
80 wounded during the rioting this
afternoon
Paris, May 25.—Tho police expect
and aro prepared for a renewal of the
Comtnun'at riot at Pero la Chaise
cemetery to-day or to-morrow, The
Communist papers cry for vengeance
upon the polico and troops for attacking and bayoneting the people wha
attempted yesterday to make demonstrations at tho graves of the Communists in the cemetery. These
journals, in order to incite the mob,
falsely assert that the soldiers during
yesterday's riot shot four Communists
dead. Threats are made to attack the
authorities with arms and dynamite,
Paris, May 25, 4 p.m.—To-day's
demonstration of Communists in celebration of the fall of the Commune has
up to this hour been orderly. The
government withdrew the troops and
allowed the procession to march into
Pero la Chaise cemetery with red tings.
The police also left the Communists to
themselves. Henry Iiochefoi-t also
made his appearance, and was hailed
by the paradere with shouts of "Vive
la Ccmmune!" The policy of the authorities of simply ignoring the demonstration, is praised. The Communists,
not being opposed, vented their enthusiasm and alloyed blood-thirstiness in
harmless shouts. They claim, however, to have overawed the authorities
and boost of their victory.
During the last 130 yenrs it is stated
Russia has annexed new dominions tb
the extent of 1,042,000 square mites,
containing a population of 17 millions.
But, thon, during the same period,
Britain has added to her dominions
2,050,000 square miles of territory,
containing a population of 250 millions.
T\n. E. J. OFF E IlII A US,
PHYSICIAN AND 8UHGEON,
oc29tc Kamloops, B. O.
JOHN GARROW, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SUItOEON.
Ofkioe—Next Elson's Tailor Sliop, Cor.
Church nnd Columhlu St«. no22to
DR. S. CLARKE,
Momlier College Physicians
and Surgeons, Ontario. Registered under
Mcdionl Ordluunco of British Coiumbin.
Office In D. S. Curtis A Co.'s Drug Store,
Now Westminster, B. C. no26to
T.
II. MATHERS, M. D.
Office—Temporarily in Wise's building,
Front street.
Kksidenck—St, John atreet, opposite the
Public School, Now Westminster,
mhlB-tc
p    STKVKNSON, M. D.
(Formerly of X6w Wo8tmlnster-180Ji-03.)
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
AND SUIiaEON.
View St., Victoria, B. 0. mhl8m8
H
Itt. COOPER, D. A„M. D„
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
OFFICE and ItESlDENCE-Church St.
(next door to Farmers' Home), near
Columbia St., New Westminster, B.O,
OFFICE HOURS-8to 10a.m.; Ito8and
IJ.JW to 8 p. m. Calls In town and country promptly attended to. fe!itc
pOHBOVLD * McCOLL,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, AC.
Office—McKenzie atreet, New Westminster, B. C.
M
URRAY & PRY,
' HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS,
Graining, Katsominlng and Paper-Hanging. Snop—Clarkson street, opposite the
Now Westminster Jail, New Westminster,
British Columbia. ap2-tc
TTOOHEB A, ATKINSON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
And Conveyancers. Accounts collected
nnd Loans Negotiated, Offlco, Columbia
street, opposite the Post Office, New Westminster, B.C.
J. C. Hughes, T. C. Atkinson,
Notary Puhllc.
O. D. RAND,
Notauv Public.
Renl Estate Brokers, Conveyancers and
Insurance Agents.
Port Moody and Now Westminstor Proporty a specialty.
OFFrCE-Columbla Street, opposito Post
Office, New Westminster, B. C.     Jly5tc
m   J. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columliia Slreet New Westminster
rnnios UoslrouK of disposing of tliolr
farms, etc., will do woll to place tho same
in the hands of the above.
All commissions will rece-lve prompt
and careful attention. Best references
givon when required. mhl2-tc
J.C. HUGHES,
AUCTIONEER
Office nt Hughes A- Atkhnon**,
Opposite Post Offlco, New Westminster,
British Columbia.
mh7tc
P. S. HAMILTON,
BarrUter-at-Law,   Votary  Public,
Solicitor and Attorney, Bcal Es-
tate Agent and Conveyancer
:■.*«:■*'■?  Siooxiv.
BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE IN Every section of Port Moody, Also. Suburban hots by tho acre. Immediately adjacent to the Port Moody surveyed Town-
site.
Landa for snle on tho north sido of, nnd
having water frontage on Port. Moody
Harbor, finely situated and exceedingly
vnlunble.
Also, Farm Lands of superior quality
nnd on favorable terms, lu New Westminster District,
Carefully prepared Maps and Plans exhibited, and tbe fullost information furnished, nt Mr. Hamilton's office.    mli251e
Every Man to his own easiness
j&»   PEELE,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP. COLONIAl nOTBt),
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. O.
PhyalclniH' Prescriptions and Fani'
Ily Recipes a Specialty.
N. B. — Only Genuine Drugs used.
Over twenty years' experience    mr23
NEW WESTMINSTER
PUIP FACTORY
CU( 11(11 HTRKKT.
lu tear of the "Farmer's llumr."
mHK UNDKIIHIUNKI) hnve opened n
JL Factory for the manufacture nf nil
kinds of
WOODEN PUMPS,
And nro prepared to furnish tho public
with an article superior to any Iron pump.
OS-Wells linn am! t'ribbnl.
Port Haney BRICKS For Sale.
Orders by mail, or otherwise, will be
promptly attended to.
myfttc TF.BYiN I1RUM.
IN THE MATTER OF
HENRY EICKHOFF,
miiK Above-named henry kiok-
I \ Imi]' having mail"' an n.is in: inn cnl for
(lie lu-iii'ilt of Ills evcdltors to Mr. Thomas
Earle, of Vletorla, cri'tlltm* aro required
to xi'iul to tho unilt'i-siKiit'd within ono
month from this dato full pnrfleulartt of
their elnlinn duly vorlfhitl, after whicli
period the trtmtec will divide tho funds
Uien in lilHpDM.N--.sslnii nmomr thnso credit-irs of whose Halms ho sball then havo
notice.
Attention In railed to the mile of the Stock
in muli* nf sn id Henry Elekhollwhhsb will
take plnee In abuut 10 days nnd will be
duty advertised by postern.
CHAS. G. MAJOR.
New West minuter, April 28,1885.
Mil plm
W. D. FERRIS,
UND, HOUSE and GENERAL AQENT
Rent and Debt Collector.
SKVBBAL flOOB FA11JIS FOB SA1E.
imnt tor me tuavulkk's mfi: anil
IK IIIIJM   IVMltlMIJ CIIIII'VM,
Hartford, (Jonu.
OFFICE:—McKensle Street, Now Westminster, folic
WALSH'S
Tailoring
Emporium
MOST nSUIOIABLE ISf TBE CITY.
Opposite the Bank, Columbia streot,
New Westminster, B. C.      [my*!6-to.
GO TO THE SAN FRANCISCO
L
-
STOI5E
WHEN YOU WANT TO GET YOUR MONEY'S WORTH
Boots nnd Shoes of every description
made to order nnd repaired, from On Infant's shoe to a man's boot.
BsrTho highest cash pride paid for Hides,
I am importing 40 tons of Oak Dnrk for
use at, my tannery, so that people need uo
longer send away for oak-tanned leather.
H. KELLS,
Manufacturer A Importer of
BOOTS   AND
SHOES
ladles', Gents',  Hisses' and Children's
Boots, Shoes and (Halters
Made to Order nnd Kept on Hand,
COLUMBIA STREET, ~ OPP. HYACK HALL
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.O.
mh4te
BOOTS and SHOES
FKOM
HEATHORN'S
Boot & Shoe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTOBIA   PEICES.
R. THOMAS,
S'lOp under the new Oddfellow Hall, Columbia st., New Westminster.
L. WILLIE
Front St., New Westminster,
MANUFAOTUBEB OF
BISCUITS
AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
mhTto
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE CGW'V.
1 Old Broad St. and 10 Pall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Fanning Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing, Barges and other Vessols on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FKOM LOSS OK DAMAGE DY FIRE.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
-£1,600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every Information can be obtained on application to
VV. J. ARHSTKONtt,
Agent for New Westminster.
American Agriculturist
100 Columns and 100 Engravings In
Each Issue,
44th Year.
Sl.60 a Year.
The n'rognlml Leading Periodical of lis
kind lu the World.
100,000 CYCLOPEDIAS FREE.
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making gi.05 In all-will receive the Am-
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PUBLISHED,
"This American AgrIcultur 1st Is espeetally
worth? of mention, because of tho re-
marki.ble success thut lias attended tlio
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PUBLISHERS AMERICAN AGRICULTURIST,
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Prcs't. Sec.
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HOT Anv poison sending (H.6U to tbis
Ofllcuwlll receive Thk COLUMBIAN und
tlio American Agriculturist for ono yenr,
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duty paid.     Address,
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folto New Westminster.
WEST END
Plain and Fancy
I   suuuu*   iiuo,  uumuu,
And Confectionery always on hnnd.
GROCERIES PROVISIONS
Delivered o uny purt of the City.
.,    Columbia Street.
Jo21-lc
F. EICKHOFF,
—DKALEIt   IN—
General   Merchandise!
FRONT STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
A Inmc stock always on linnd, and
prions lo suit tho limes.
Dry Goods & Groceries!
WE HAVE JUST OPENED AT
fiWiiSM
COLUMBIA STREET
(Centrally located for convenience of
Ladies ordering}, a Market to supply the
Public with all kinds of Fresh, Salt and
Smoked
Fish,  Game,
Vegetables, Fruit,
 AKD—
BenBralFariProiincBi&c,
Where there will always be found a good
supply on hand.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE OF
CHARGE to private houses and hotels,
upon orders being left nt the ofllce.
We respectfully solicit the patronage
of the Public.
IV Romcmber the stand—TWO DOOM
below Trapp Bros.
WINDSOR k NELSON,
Managers at Market,
JAMES TAFFANDOLE.
jlyGte Manager Fishing.
COME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLDEN,
HAVING TAKEN POSSESSION OF
tlio "Temperance House," fronting
on Columblu and Church Streets, opposite
the Episcopal Church, and now known
us the
FARMERS'H0MEI
Will accommodate tlio traveling public
at the following rates:
Board por duy gl 00
"      "   weok   B 00
Single Meals     25
Beds     26
WOiGood accommodation for ladles and
families. myDtc
GRANVILLE,
Burrard Inlet, B. C.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
The Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in tne City,
TBE fmm DEPARTMENT
18 UNDER THE CHARGE OP AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
G'
OOD LAND, IMPBOVED OE ONIH-
' proved for sule on Lulu Island.
Apply to THOS. KIDD,
Two Houses to Rent
—APPLY TO	
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
Land Agent,
Opp. Hyack Hall, Columbia St.
mhlltc
FOR   SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN the LANG-
ley Maw and Planing Mill; mill In
good order. Fur particulars apply on tbe
premises to H, WEST.
Or. Messrs. DRAKE, JACKSON ■
aplSto A HELMOKEN, Vletorla.
0.
A FARM FOR SALE
F DYKED DELTA LAUD OP THB
ALEX. JOHNSTONE,
rROPRIETOR.
(Jiy"yi)
J. A. BOWES
BUTCHER
YALE & HOPE, B. C.
ill Orders for Meat promptly fllled
(rleSitc)
-ROYAL CITY-
COMPANY, LIMITED,
Richard Street,
' miBmnHBUt.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS
IN ALL KINDS OF
ROUGH AND DRESSED
LMUR
Shingles,
Shakes,
Laths,
Pickets,
THK UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to announce to tlie Public that he
haa purchased the above Hotel, where
everything will be found Brat-claw, and
at reasonable rates.
The Parlors and Sleeping Apartments are under the superintendence
of Mrs. Austin.
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Prlrate Reading Boon, commodious, comfortably furnished, and
well supplied with books and papers, is
provided for the use of guests.
JNO. AUSTIN,
Proprietor.
For further particulars apply to
M. BTEVElf 4 SONS,
City Market, opposite Post Offloe,
New Westminster, B. C.
Or, M. STEVES, Lulu Islnnd.
 22ap2m
FARMJW SALE..
ABOUT 3 MILES FBOM CHILU-
whack Landing; contains 176 acrta:
about 40 aeres under cultivation: wlttt
Bouse, Barn and Orchard, Terms easy.
Apply to       JAMES DUNDA8,
Or to WOODS, TURNER A GAMBLE, *
apSte New Westminster.
For Sale or Lease!
A   VALUABLE FARM OF 160 ACRES,
ii. with Dwelling House, Barn, Outhouses, Orchard, Ae.-, Ae.—io be sold on
easy terms, or to lease; situate on South
arm of Fraser river and very near to New
Westminster.  Applyto
T. J. TRAPP, ±
feUto New Westminster, B. C.
THE
IL
HASTINGS, B. I.
THIS PINE AND COMMODIOUS
new Hotel has been recently com*
pletcd and is furnished with every con*
venience for tho comfort of guests. The
situation and accommodations are unsurpassed on Burrard Inlet, which has be*
come the most fashionable
WATERING PLACE
in British Columbia The prospect is
charming, the sea breezes are invigorating, and the facilities for bathing and
boating are excelleE-1-* w Vate Sitting
and Pining RoomB.aum*nt\ of apartment* for families * grades, K /rhe Bar
is entirely detatchenent dofi^: # uah
building. cases f£[ \ %
?'JP'*\>'
First-class stabling Jfc/  . % r-3on>
.   Bussostoand from YJW Westminster twice a day.
GEO.  BLACK,
*28to Froprietor.
ASSOCIATION.
THOS. OVENS,
MANUFACTURER OK
Buggies, Carriages,
WAGONS.
Blacksmith and Machinist
ALL KINDS  OK   MACHINERY, PA*
tont Lochs,Batiss, Sewing Machines,
Ae., ,U:,&i-., repaired,
4in II Kill MliiiiU,
H»i-m-<iIiim'1iik '• Hpeulalty,
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WMAKK 8TIIKKT • VICTOKIA.
AGEJNTS   JFOJIJt
North British and Mercantile
insurance Vo. ror Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
36 Finsbury Circus,
London, K. G.
(Jilrmmliw I'nllllnl I*!'IWUKHI
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
a home'company,
Thii Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:-
The Keeiirliy olTercd 'o policy holders is
iiiisiii'iiiiJiKoii by any Oom puny doing business In Cantulii,
It has no scheme!) of insurance, but the
wcll-cstablfshed lines, henco tbo policy
holdorfi cannot be misled as to their contracts.
Its *■(:•:.'ini'iits to tho public can bo readily undendnod, Its cash statement showing overy Horn of income and how expended.
Us position Isnscerlnined annually from
a dctullcd valuation In which every Item
nf liability ts included.
Its progress Ims been unexampled in
tlir history of Insurance In Canada.
Uk policies arc indisputable after three
yours, und iton-forfcllalilc after two years'
existence.
Its prollls are dttilrlbuted upon an equitable busts. The profits to one class of
policy holders uro not lessoned to give
larger nrollts to any oilier class, which
method tiflbrda suporlor advantages nvoi-
tho uniform bonus plan of distribution,
liberal Coudlllenn ns lo Residence anil
Travel.
J. K. MaoHONAT*D,
Managing Director.
T. R. PEARSON & GO.
Agonts, Ne* Westminstor.
■rt-Smo-nlloriiiilo,
Net Floats, Trays
AND AU. KINDS OP
Wood Furnishing for
Canneries,
Doors.
Windows,
Blinds.
Frames,
Mouldings.
Brackets*
Railings.
Balusters.
Newels,
Plain & Fane- & all Kinds or
TURNED    WORK.
Charcoal, Cordwood
and Barrels.
EAIIMEKS, DAIRYMEN, THE OWN-
nroof Fish Canneries aud others are
reby Informed that I have on hand a
largo quantity of charcoal and cordwood
which i will sell at exceedingly lowprlcos
for cush.
I have nlso In this cilyafaclory In which
cooporago of every kind is nono In the best
possible manner.
CHAS. Mcdonough.
Front Street, New Wcshulnster,
April 17th, 1885. aplflto
~~wantedT
A   OOOD UEMAllLK WOMAN TO AS-
A   slstwlth children and do liiibtcliam-
ber work.  Wages, $20 por month,
mytlte Apply at THIS OFFICE.
FURNITURE I
THK UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA-
surc in announcing tbat he is now
prepared to supply all kinds of Furniture, kc, at tne lowest possible prices.
Cabinet work and Upholstering done
promptly and in first-class style.
UNDERTAKING
In all its branches. The undersigned
has tlie only HEARSE tn tbe City. A
continuance of public patronage solicited.
Old stand, next Occident Hotel.
J. G. BUNTE,
Late Manager Sehl's Branch Furniture
Store, au5tc
Dairy Farm forSalel
A FIRST-CLASS DAIRY FARM tor
sale, with stock and everything
complete as lt now stands. Then is m
good orchard on the farm, and there ara
also good buildings and everything required for a gootl home. Immediate possession given. A good bargain is offered,
und reasonable terms will bo given,
Apply to M. NICHOIsfiON,
fel-Jtc Mount Lehman P. O.
FORSALE.
1373 Acres Choice Prairie Lands
6 MILES FROM LADNER'S LANDING
and 9 miles from New Westminster,
on the Trunk road. Over 160 acres under
cultivation. There Is a Dwelling House,
36x40, two stories high, and 6 Barns on the
property; togothor with other out-bulld-
Inge. The above will bo sold In lots to
suit purchasers and on easy terms.
ap4tc
-OHN McKEE,
Near Ladner's Landing.
FORJSALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
3 MILES FROM LADNER'S
Land'uK, on the Trunk Wagon
Road; twootherroadsrunningthrouKh
the premises.  Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,
de?2tc Ladner's Landinj&B.C.
AGIItl. TO DO GENERAL HOUSE-
work for n family of iwo.
mylto Applyto      G. LE
WANTED.
AN APPTENTICE to
r
 In the millinery department
Apply to
aplSto JAMES ELLARD A CO.
O.R.&N.CO.
tTIHE STEAMER
"IDAHO'
Will run betweon
1'iilUHK ill run Townsend, Heiitlle,
iind Intermediate. Ports,
as follows:
IuveTumm tnn Weukimt ati muhivimi
tr New WuTmuru Fiimv Mornind.
Leave New WtnMiKirEi  men Fhimt »t
Hm, Milium at Taooma Siihoay Amt-
BOOH.
REDUOTION OF FARES.
New Westmimtei to Pout Towmmd,   14.00
Seattle,   •    -    t.H
•     ■ 6.00
O.E.CLANCEY, Agent,
■elite
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Jicnrl) Opposite thc Colonial Hotel)
NEW WESTMINSTER
THE LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on band, and supplied to Fiih«
IHes, Restaurants, and Steamboats at tlie
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICKS.
PARTNERSHIP WANTED
BY A STEADY YOUNG JIAN, RE*
liable and active, witli moderate
enpltal. References exchanged. Address
"Business," This Offlce. jnyUm4
CAREFULLY SELECTED
SEEDS
If yon want good, reliable Garden, Farm
or Flower Seeds, send to
ROBERT EVANS A CO.,
Seed Merchants and Gnawers,
HAMILTON, ONT.
Catalogue free on application.      fe7tc
 AT	
GOAL HARBOR
FOB SALE BY
HUGHES & ATKINSON,
Opposite Post OBre, How W-stNl'M'fff
■milk t'olamhla.
 doate
Cor. ColnmMi I Begbie Sts.,
New Westminster, B. C
THE UlffiEST STOCK W THE MAINUIIII OF
IRON, STEEL,
CX£w&JX2T.
HORSE AND  OX-SHOES,
Ailes,  Springs  and Carriage
Hardware!
CUMBERLAND COAL, ETC.
A Lt OF THE ABOVE I OFFER AT
J\ lowest irnsli iirlces. Hnving onlsried
Ule business ftnif pnwurad Uio latest Tm-
Srovotl tools hi use, I am now prepared to
o all kinds ol Ulaokunlthlnii on short
notion. 1 also koop In stock the following
articles) ■arrows, Iron and BteelBwuw
Teelk, Harrow ■laget, DoulileandBin-
{lo Tree Iran, IJIetlM, and Murklta,
n.jako Maples and Win. Mall nan
and Wettfrs, taws, faal ■«•*>, Nf
and Ckalk Hook., U.J Beaks, ****. J;l,
Warn, uarriate aad *aa> Haklaf a
specialty.
Parties desiring to purehasowltl do well
to give me a oall before going elsewhere.
Mil MsTUS, km   '
imbte —. I. IHW, rroprteler. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Notice Jno, Robson
Notice Win. Ross
Annual Sohool Meeting.. .T. J. Trapp
ty\t gttitish flotambian.
Saturday Murnluif, May :M>- vm.
A Terrible Plague.
A lato number of the San Francisco Chronicle confirms the reports
of very serious destruction of crops
in central California by grasshoppers. The area covered by this
plague is quite extensive, and embraces both vineyards, orchards and
grain fields. It is believed tliat
the eggs of these pests are deposited
year after year on tho vast wastes
of the Sierra slopes, and that thoy
remain there until some peculiar
condition of the air or earth brings
forth the living insect. They are
coming westward in such immense
numbers that all efforts to destroy
them or protect growing crops from
their ravages are utter failures.
Large fields of waving grain bave
been cut down in a day or two, and
there was not left ono solitary green
blade to vary the monotony of barren waste. In the vineyards the
vines have been eaten to the
solid wood, while orchard trees
have been completely stripped of
leaves and tender shoots. There
are instances mentioned whero in
one day damage to the extent of
$2,(J00 was done in a. single field.
A Sacramento paper mentions that
m one locality the locusts accumulated in such numbers on the California it Oregon railway track tbat
a heavy freight train was actually
stopped by them, and had to bo cut
in two. Tons of these insects havo
died, and in some places their decaying bodies are breeding pestilence. The scourge is most disheartening, and will utterly ruin
hundreds of people in the state;
and there seems to be no remedy.
One may protect from water by
dykes, and from drought by irrigation, but there is no defence against
locusts when they appear in such
overwhelming numbers as are now
devouring the heart out of California,
but we hope active operations at
this end of the line will not be delayed much longer.
Terminal Works.
, - - A few days ago. wo referred to
the $750,000 mentioned by the
president of the C.,P. .K. syndicate
as accessary for extension of tho
line and terminal works at Coal
Harbor, and pointed out how far \t,
fell short of the sum indicated by
Mr. Van Home. Commenting
upon this the Victoria Times maintains; tbfttutlie $750,000 mentioned
is merely a supplementary grant
asked from the government, and
that tlie terminal works will be paid
for out of the proceeds of the sale
of syndicate lands at the terminus.
The Tillies may btr correct, but no
such impression can be obtained
from the return which we quoted.
Undoubtedly the purposo of the
company was to pledge its terminal
proporty for tho erection of terminal buildings, and the announcement that $750,000 would be required for that purpose tliis year
seemed to indicate that it had;
failed to realize its expectations in
that direction. The sum asked,
however, is not a grant, as stated
by tlie Times, but n temporary loan
from the government In the same
article the Times makes some othor
statements which will be of considerable interest tn our readers.
It says that "while the two ends of
the track will be connected early
this fall, a regular train service will
not be put into operation before
next spring. Much ballasting will
be necessary and overhauling of
work already constructed ore the
track will be considered safe for
traffic. The Dominion telegraph
servico will not be taken over ns,
was at one time supposed it would
be, at the end of June by tlio Canadian Pacific Railway Company for
the transaction of general commercial business. A large portion of
the country traversed is a wooded
one; falling of trees will bo fre
quent, and the wires down a matter
of daily occurrence, Tho trains
not running regularly will prevent
the company maintaining tho telegraph line in that perfect condition
necessary to ensure safety on a railway. Meantime the plans for the
terminal improvements at Coal Harbor and English1 Bay are being completed. Much care in the preparation of these has to be exereised,
for they ore intended to be of such
a character as will meet all requirements for many years to come.
Evety probitble contingency has to
be'considered in the matter of selecting a seaboard terminus and the
laying out of a city and the location of buildings thoroughly adapted for terminal facilities, all of
Which is now being done for the
Pacifio coast terminus of the Canadian PaciHo Railway." Whether
the information above stated be
tttirely reliable we do not know,
Sball We Seuaa Delegate?
At a special meeting of the city
council hold on Thursday night a
resolution was passed affirming that
it is expedient to send a delegate to
Ottawa to ascertain what arrangements can be made for the early
construction of a branch line to
connect us with the 0. P. R. Having passed this resolution, Councillor Hendry gavo notice that at the
meeting next Monday night be
would ask an appropriation of $1000
to meot the expenses of the delegation. The action of tbo council
and tho notico of motion puts this
matter fairly before the people of
this city, and it would hu well if
there could be obtained a free expression of opinion bofore Monday
night, when the delegate may be
chosen and the money voted. It
was urged by some members of the
council that if Mr. Homer could
not accomplish anything in the direction indicated, it would be quito
useless to send a person whose status would be, at least, no better
than Mr. Homer's. On the other
hand, tho advocates of a delegate
contended that Mr. Homer had
accomplished nothing; that he did
not occupy the position of a city
delegate, but a representative of tho
district; and that be could not be
expected to givo special attention to
a business matter of this kind,
which really did not come within
his official duties. Tho mayor read
an extract from a lottor lately written by Mr. Homer in whicli be
states that be thinks the syndicate
might be induced to undertake immediate construction of the branch
if the bonus could be mode available, This, as we have before
stated, is a most important hint,
and ought not to be lost. Tliere is
no person who will not admit that
immediate railway connection would
be most desirable, and tbat it ought
to be secured if possible. It was
also stated at the meeting that a
delegate wquld not likely be able
to accomplish much until about the
end of tbe session, which it is generally believed will be about the
end of June. Now, before incurring the expense of sending a delegate all the way to Ottawa or Montreal, it sgems to us prudence would
jropriety of making
,'y Hnqumeu- Mr.
said that tbe syndi-
Igard favorably a pro-
Jnmodiate construction:
he merely expressed an opinion to
that effect. Wo submit the following suggestions for tlie consideration of the council and the people:
(1) Lut the mayor telegraph to
Mr. Homer at onco and request
that he will sound tlie syndicate
with respect to immediate construction; if thc reply is favorable, let
Mr. Homer be furnished with full
instructions to complete negotiations. This will not involve the
expenditure of more than a few
dollars. (2) If Mr. Homor thinks
no arrangement can be made with
the syndicate now, let him be formally clothed with authority from the
city to remain after the close of the
session and act as our delegate to
conduct the proposed negotiations.
Tho advantages of this arrangement
would be many and obvious. Our
delegate would be a man in whom
the people have the fullest confidence. He would be thoroughly
acquainted with the men with whom
he had to deal, aud the whole circumstances. He would be right on
the ground, and could* select thc
most suitable time for an interview
with tho syndicate. If it waB
deemed injudicious to open negotiations before the close of the sossion,
Mr. Homer would then be perfectly
free to give His Whole attention to
the matter, and wo are quito sure
tho council could nnt appoint a man
who understands our requirements
more thoroughly, or who could with
more hopo of succoss undertake
theso negotiations. Finally, instead of spending $1,000 for a delegate, the whole affair would probably cost us less than 8100. Last
yoar Mr. Homer was employed by
the corporation to look aftor somo
business at the close of the session.
The mayor sent hiin a cheque for
6250 to cover expenses; but when
it came to be nettled up Mr. Homer
said his expenses were only $12,
and that was all he took! Now, is
it wise to risk $1,000 upon a special
delegate before we have tried the
gentleman who represents us at
Ottawa 1 Ho has never even been
requested to ascertain the mind of
thc syndicate on immediate construction. Let him try, and if he
fails, then let us consider the proposal to send n fresli delegate. Wo
are not by any means opposed to
the sending of a delegate, if there is
a probability of his succeeding in obtaining early railway construction.
The matter ia of sufficient importance
to justify energetic action and a
reasonable expenditure of city funds;
but it seems to us most imprudent
and unbusinesslike to send out a
now delegate at a cost of §1,000 before we have oven applied to our
representative for tho purpose of
ascertaining whether the business
could not be done equally well without costing one farthing. Lot us be
in earnest, but let not reckless waste
our limited revenue until less costly
appliances have failed.
NOTICE.
THE DK LEGATION APPOINTED HY
iho meeting <if tho llitli Inst. In the
Iiili'ivsl of (ho -settlers nmi lumbering Industry will moot ut tho undermentioned
places at Iho lio lira appointed to dlseti'-t-
the hest means lo adopt to resist theob-
nii\ii»is and dangerous Order in Counoil
by tlio Dominion Govornmont afle'cUng
the   rights of settlers  of tills  Provinco.
Members of local committees, nnd others
interested, arc cordially rot)nested to at
lend and nssist with aid and advice.
Liidner'sljiindliifr, Juno 2,at0n,m,
Hurrey, nt Town Hall,'Juno 1!, at 4 p.m.
Laiigloy Prairie School Houso- Juno 8, at
10 a.m.
Fort Iiunglcy School House, .Timo flint -i
p.m.
Somas Heliool House, June 4, nt 10 a.m.
Clillliwiiaek Town Hull,.Inno4, aUfn.ni,
Johnson's LnudlnL'.slore. June Ti, at (I p.m.
Mission Sottlemohf, June r>, nt II p.m.
Maple RldgO, Port Hammond,und Port
Hanoy, Jnno 0, at fi p.m.
WILLIAM nOSS,
tlOmylt Socretary.
g.tis__rgss-=iSi_F
NOTICE,
HE SITTING of tho County Court of
Kootonay, to ho hold nt tlie Enst
Crosslin;of the Columbia Itlver in July
next, will take place on Thursday,tho 2nd
dny of thnt month, and not as stated In
the .B.C. Gazette ut tho Uth ltiBtant.
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary
Provincial Secretary's office,
20l.li May, im. Hum'yat
T
Annual School Meeting.
A PUBLIO MEETING OF THE REG-
J\ istoted householders and freeholders
of Now Westminster sohool District will
be held on the second Monday la Jnno,
(thc Sth Inst.) 1885, at the Court House, New
Westminster, commencing at 11 o'olock.
n.m., for the purpose of receiving; tho Report of tho Trustees.
Tho nomination of Trustees for the ensuing yonr will be hold (on Monday, tho
15th June, from llii.m., (Ill noon, and tho
poll (if any) wiil be open ut 10 a.m.,on tho
lllth, und close al 1 p.m.
By ordor of t lio Board of Trustoos,
myUOtd T. J. TRAPP, Socrotary.
An Efficient Remedy.
In atl cases of Bronchial and Pulmonary Affections is Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. As such it is recognized and
prescribed by tlio medical profession, and
in many thousand)) of families, for tbo
{last forty years, it bns been regarded as uu
nvuluablo household remedy. It is n
preparation tbat only requires to ho taken
in vory amall quantities, and n lew doses
of It administered in tbo early Btotfes of a
cold or cough, will oflect ti speedy cure,
andmay, very possibly, euvo life. Thero
is no doubt what ever tliat
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Has niwarvr-d tlm lives of gn'iit numl-fris
of persons, by nhufetii% the development of
Laryngitis, Bronchitis,. Pncumonlu,
aud Pulmonary Consumption, mid by
tho euro of those dangerous maladies, ft
should be kept ready for use in every
family wliero there ure children, na it is a
medicine far superior (o all others in the
treatment of Group, tlie alleviation of
Whooping Cough, and thccureof Colds
and lnlliicii7.il, ailments peculiarly incidental to childhood nnd youth. Promptitude in dealing with all diseases of this
class is of the utmost importance. Tbo
loss of a single day mny, in many cases,
entail fatal consequences. Do not waste
precious timo in experimenting with
mediclues of doubtful efficacy, while tho
malady is constantly gaining a deeper
bold, but tako at onco the speediest and
most certain to cure,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
PREPARED BY
Dr, J, €. Ayer — Co,, Lowell, Maes.
Sold by all Druggists.
i
1885.
Harper's   Weekly.
ILLUSTRATED.
IUrpsh'S Wecklt I'm-how, fin* twenty years,
tiiiiititnliiu'i Its poult tan rm llio loading llhistrutQil
weekly ne. apuper in Amerlcn. With nconitant
tnoretue or literary uml nltistlc resource*, It is
ablo to offer for thutmfmitifc year attractions tin-
eijimlleil by tiny previous volume,  -mil-racing u
cn-iiini illustrated aerinl story hy Vf. K. Norms*
Illustrated articles with special reference to the
West nml South, including the World's Exposition ut New Orleans; ontartatfllug short ■tories,
mostly i!hinttatcd, imd tniportnnt papers hy high
authorities on the chief topics of the day,
Evory ono who desires it trustworthy political
(,'iiidr, nml onlcrtiiinhiK und instructive fumily
journal, entirely free from objectionable featurci)
in either letter-pres or Illustrations, should sub-
scribe to llARfEit's Heeku.
HARPER'S   PERIODICALS.
PER YKAR i
HAllPKR'8 WKKKLY 4* 00
HAftl'Htt'S MAOA7.WK 4 00
lUQI'JIIl'B  BAZAll	
HABl'Kll'S YOUNG J'KM'I.E	
IIARl'HK'S FKANKMN SQL'AKB IJIIHAKY,
One Yenr (62 Numbers)	
READ THIS
G-3—\J-—>
SALE.
!..io oo
TRAPP
BROS.
Vflhh OPFKIt FOU SALE
JA-t OOST!
Tho whole of their extensive stock
of
Dry Goods!
CLOTHING,
fids'Fornisliiip
CARPETS, ETC.
Consisting of
DRESS GOODS,
35
IiO
10
_
tH
DOMESTICS*
In Ginglmtns, fml-i
Calicoes, 8
Prints, Knglish, 9
Prints, Amer. 8
Piques, I.I
Canton 'Finals, l_\
In Merinos, from 35 cents por yard.
Cashmeres,     IW       "       "
Lusters, 10        "        "
Sattecus,
Brocades,
Silks, hick, 1.
«)»-■& 1
Satins, -
Sheetings,
Linens,
Cheese Clotli,
, Diaper   "
Winceys,
Drilling?,
Duck,
12J
Mi"
Tickings, 111        "
Table Cloths and Napkins,
FUNNELS,
All kinds nnd col. fin 115 " "
Cretonnes, 20 " "
Damask, wool, 75       "       "
LACE CURTAINS.
BED SPREADS AND QUILTS.
TOWELS, from 8 ots.
TOILET COVERS.
SHAWLS, woolen.
SKIRTS, from 50 cts.
LADIES' UNDI't'W'EAR.'from 75 cts.
PARASOLS and UMBRELLAS, from
75 cents,
CORSETS, from 50 conts.
HOSIERY of all kinds and prices from
12' cents.
GLOVES, in lisle and silk.
ULSTERS anil JACKETS, from 82.00.
CRINOLINES, from 50 cents.
HANDKERCHIEFS, from IS] cents.
TIES, laco and silk.
FANS, from 25 cts. to (3.60.
LACES and EMBROIDERY.
FRILLINGS.
IUH1IONS, in all colors and similes.
DRESS BUTTONS, a great variety.
Tlm Velutnoioftlio Wki;m.v lieglu with thu first
Number fur .Isniinry of cscli josr. wlion no
tliinr is inci.lli.nerl, It will Ir. iiiiilnitiK.il tlist tlr.
subscriber vriHlicRlo commoner' with til. Number
next sftor tbo rconlot off *,r.
Tbo lust Vivo At,' us. r'nlumcs of lUirrrrr.'s
wujslt, In sent C ti Irirnlrng-, will bo eent by
moll, iiostngo pnid, nr by oxpras, free of ospein.
(lirovlrleil tho froight iloeri not united nno ilulUl
jior vnlriniu), for**" per volume.
Cloth Coses for each volume, suitable for bind,
ing, will ho sunt by mnll, poetpnid, on receipt of
}1 -li.
rteniittuuces .liould b. merle hy I'nrrt-Olllr.
Money Order or Drnft, to avoid chnnco of loss
Nowapnpers nro not to eopy this nilvertiMtnent
without tho express order of Hnrper k llrothers
Address        IIAIIPXH * BltOS., New Vork
MUSLINS,
4    XJ
BUT
-CALL AT THE	
c Carriage Works!
OOLUMBIA   STREET'
NRW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Ami soe our Stock of First-Class
COVERED CARRIAGES,
TOP BUGGIES,
Top Phaetons, Express Wagons, Heavy Wagons, Dray
Carts,
—And nil kinds of—
FARMING    IMPLEMENTS.
UepnlrhiR,   1'nlnliux   nml   Trimming
Executed Willi Neatnessnud Dispatch.
*a*8hl»moulsof Hist-clnsH material recoived direct from Ontario and quality
guaranteed. Vfe tool confident our Carriages, for quality .variety and price, cannot be excelled in Britisli Coiumbin. All
orders promptly attended to.
JOHNSTONE & SMITH, PROPRIETORS.
$200,000
$200,000
CAN B13 SAVED TO TIIK COUNTRY
in twenty years by pntronlKing tlie
City Market
THE GKEAT
Mainland Vegetable and
Farm Produce Centre,
Instead of giving yonr money to the Chinese for unwholesome vegetables (thnt Is
money lost to our country forever) or
sending It to California or elsewhere for
what you cun get here. We have a full
stock of
GROCERIES,
BUTTER, EGGS, CHEESE
ALSO, Alt, RINDS Ol*
0¥ain, Chopped Feed
IIAV, TIMOTHY SEED, ETC, ETC.''
Iii fact wo hnvo almost uvorythlng'thnt
will please (lie palate or nourish Unisys*
torn of mnn or beaut.
M. STKKVES A SONp,,,
niyllttc Opposite PoHtOlllee
British (MiiiiMan
STEAM
ESTABLISHMENT,
Columbia St.
New Wcstmiiis;cr, U. f.
GREAT
In .iacaiicttrr,
Swiss anil Nainsook.
WORSTEDS md YARNS, all mokes.
HAIR BRUSHES ami COMBS.
FANCY GOODS.
WATCHES anil JEWELRY.
MEN'S FURNISHES.
MEN'S SUITS, (rom $0.00.
YOUTHS' SUITS, Irom $S.00.
CHILDREN'S SUITS, from 12.00.
SHIRTS, whito and colored, from
SI .00.
SHIRTS, woollen, from «l.O0.
UNDERWEAR, In woollen and
Canton flannel.
GENTS' HALF HOSE from 12Jo.
TIES.
BRACES.
COLLARS nnd CUFFS.
GLOVES,
mHE UNDERSIGNED Iwiug about to
-*- make some important ohniiges in
their Goncrnl Merchandise business, beg
leave to notify the public tlint on
Wednesday, 13th inst.,
They will commcueo n Clearing Uut
Snlo of
Dry Goods!
Carpets,
PRINTING
 OF	
Every Description
PROMPTLY EXECUTED
-IN-
FIRJ5T-CLASS STYLE
'I     i
Bill Heads,
, Circulars,
Letter Heads,
Envelopes,
Cards,
Tags,
Posters,
Programmes,
Legal Blanks,
Show Cards,
Books,
And all Sorts of Plain
or Colored Work.
C.E.Woods.'   Ceo. turner,    a.c.Oamble
LAND SURVEYORS
DRAUGHTSMEN.
MAPS COMPILED.
Heal Estate, Insurance ami
Commission Agents.
TERMINUS UK FOR SALE.
A Complete List of City and Farming
Property for Snle.
MONEY TO LEND.
FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT & MARINE INSURANCE
Open 1'ollclcH lHHiiod on HhlpmonlN by Rea
in* Hull frum England, UnltddBtulCH.
Cu inula nud Olilnn.
OFFIOE:
Ellurd's Block,   Oolumbia   street,
'    OPP, BASIC OV I1K1TI8II COl.UMUIA.
V. O. lirnwor W. Telephone Nu. 40.
WOOfiS, TURNER & GAMBLE.
mhS8(o
I! CI
WHITE
THE CLOTHIER,
Hns .Tuat Received
OVER 300 MEN'S SUITS
A Largo Quantity of
Boys' and Youth's
Clothing!
7 Canes of American
FELT    1j|ATB
Also, a full line of*
GENTS'FURNISHING GOODS
 HE  NOW HAH—■
The Best Assortment In the above
line erer exhibited In Nenr
Westminster.
IiATESi;  ST-STXj-SS
At Lowrist Possible Prices for (Jtlsli.
Call fJurly nml Mnke Your Soleullan.
Columbia StJieet Orp. Bask of B. ft
lONUMENTI
ROBSON & SMITH
New Westminster,
,   Sole AgeutH for British I'oluuililu.
 mygTto
II. H. CURTIS. B.C!iARKK,H.D.
MEDICAL BALL
D.S. CURTIS & CO.
'    WHOLESALE *.  RETAIL
Druggists
wsruNsma ts family
CHEMISTS
New Westminster, B. c.
OPEN SUNDAYS 10 TO 12 A.M.; 2 TO 4 P.M.
NEXT DOOR TO THE COLONIAL HOTEL.
(JnyMc)
NOTICE.
WE HAVE MUCH I'LEASUltEjjt*
liiforinliifxtlio piililliitlmtMi'.'A. j.
Hill, C.E., litis become ll momlier of our
(Inn, M'lileli will 111 future lie ileslgnutcrl
Howse, lllll A liiclimnii.
WILL CURE OR RELIEVE
BILIOUSNESS,        DIZZINESS,
DYSPEPSIA,
INDIGESTION,
JAUNDICE.
ERYSIPELAS,
SALT RHEUM,
HEARTBURN,
HEADACHE,
'R0PSY,  	
FLUTTER/NO
OF THE HEART,
iDIDITY OF
THE STOMACH
DRYNESS
OF THE SKIN,
And every ipoclc   _.        ..._  ..._
disordered LIVL,';,    Kp.-i-YS,   BT<Ji
BOWLL3 OII    BLOOD,
T. HILBURN I
l-..".,0 ftrLlnff fron«
•"     -J3MAOH,
HATS,
HARD FELT, from $2.00,
SOFTFKLT, from »1.00.
STRAW, from 25 cents.
VALISES, from 12.00.
OVERALLS snd JUMl'ERS.from 78o.
LADIES'ond GENTLEMEN'S RUB-
BER GOODS.
CARPETS, from 7S cents.
FLOOR CLOTHS, from 75 cent*.
TRUNKS, from H.OO.
IS-Thls will bo found a rare chanco for
country store ^keepers who wish to re-
plenish their stook, and for the public
generally, ai tho stook Is all In lirst-class
condition and woll assorted,
TERMS CASH.
Now Westminster, May IS, 1880.
miMo
Tho Btock iB good, woll bought, and
will be Bold
At and Under Cost
Prices,
EITHER BY RETAIL OR IN.LOTS
TO SUIT PURCHASERS.
Buyers hnvo now nn opportunity that
may not occur again of getting splendid
bargains.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM & GO.
May 12th, 1888. myisic
/"iUR FACILITIES FOR
COMMERCIAL PRINTING
Aro far beyond tlionu of any other establishment on tho Mainland, aud our prices
wilt compare favorably with tlioso of
Viotorin.
Done on the Premises.
Wo havo a firat-olass RULING MACHINE, and are prepared to rule nil
kinds of forms to ordor.
jtsrFlnm Binding neatly done.    /
D. ROBSON &, CO.
JFSOJJPZtXjnXOJRS
Howse, Hill
-AMI-
Rickman
BEG TO ANNOUNCE THAT THEY
nro now prcpnretl to execute with the
nt most -llsimtcli nil luisincss pot-tnlnlng to
Civil Engineering
tin till Um Ijruiu-licK.J
Architecture,
Surveying,
Real Estate
Brokerage,
Conveyancing,
Accounts, &c.
Plans, Specifications and Estimates
Carefully Prepared.
They lmvo on haml Lots in ovory part of
tho Townsito of I'ort Mumly.toBOtlwrwIth
Town, Country ami Hulmrimit Properties
throughout New WostmlllsUir District.
Most reliable Informntion freolJ'Klvon.
All business Intiiisleii lo ilu'iu, will recelvo prompt attention.
Agents for Canada Lire nnd Unnnllan
Fire lusitrauve 1'o'h-.
OFFICES!
WISE'S BUILDING, FRONT ST.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Anil LDHDBOHM-S BDILDIKtB, DOITB-
LAS ST., TORT MOODY.
n»18to j_^
Take Notice
mHAT THE UNDERSIGNED HAS AP-
L nllcHl to the Chief Commlsslonor of
Lands nnd Works for a license to out, fell
anil curry away brush anil timber from
the following Crown lands:
1000 acres of land (ortherenlmutH) sltuntti
on Laoholt Peninsula, ndjolniiigfa sinnll
ini'immcd buy on tin* Ntmlts uf Georgia,
lying between Merry Islnnd nnd Trial
Islands; a bolter description of which Is
shown on tho sketch plan annexed to tho
snid application and thereon colored red,
Dated Mill	
ltlmylm
CALEDONIAN AND ST. ANDREW'S
SOCIETY.
mHE SECOND QUAUTEHLY MEET-
1 Ingof the Hoelety will bo hold In tho
Palaco Hotel on the evening of Saturday,
30thMiiy,at8p.iu. All members uro requested tn attend. „„„
JOHN SPJtOTT,
my28                                Socrotary,
For Sale or Lease!
A VALUABLE FaIIM OF IM ACRES,
A with Dwelling Houso. Ilarii, Outhouses, Orchard, Ac, Ac. -to uo sold on
easy terms, or to lease; sltuato on South
arm of Frnscr river and vory nenr lo New
Westminster. Apply Io  .^^
telite Now Westminster,!), C.
,,Ld,
RICHARD STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
mo PERSONS WISHING TO 11UIU),
(tur Oompnny nro now proiinroil fo offer
SPECI/U, INDUCEMENTS In
LUMBER
And Material of all Kinds, Including
Doors, Snsli, Mouldings nntl Finish
Of all descriptions.
Tho Company wish to draw special attontlon to thoir stock af HOME-MADE
FURNITURE
Which Includes every article of Furniture
necessary fora complete outfit, made of
the best material, hy first-clnss workmen,
nnd which Is ottered at prices thnt will
defy competition.
As tho Company are anxious to introduce this branch of thoir manufactures, a
special discount of 10 per cont. will be
allowod on all cash purchases of Furniture within tho noxt 00 days. An Inspection of our stock is solicited,        mh7to
Manufacturer <& Dealer In
FurniturE
OP AW. KINDS,
MroHiH,. Lounges, fto,,
Wlilcli will lie solil 111 inliri's
Lower than erer before offered
In British Columbia.
Hole's and Hoarding Houses fitted out on
short notico and at special rates.
W. PROTHERO,
Holbrook's Stone Building.  .
t-OIu-rj-Ji^-iXA. ST.
tmMlc) ADVERTISING RATES.
Transient Advertisements-First Insertion, 8 ots. per Une; subsequent insertions,
2 ets. per line. ,
Regular Commercial and Buslnc-js Advert lsoments-1 column, «12 per month;
Kool.U7 per month; W col., W per month:
2 Inches, 82 per month; 1 Inch, $1.50 per
month. Theso rates to be charged on
Htttndlng advertisements whioh remain
over a months. If for n less period the
rates will be: 1 col., 815 per month; % col.,
Si); ^col.',8Bj 2Inches,$8; l tnob.ja.
Specials, among rending matter—Each
Insert lon, 20 cts, per Uno,
Births, Mnrrioges and Deaths, SI eeen,
Funeral notices accompanying death notice, W cts. extra.
UCT All transient advertisements will be
measured hy n scale of solid Nonpareil,
which makes 12 lines to tho inch and 7
words to the line. Display lines must bo
allowed for in malting estimates. No advertisement Inserted for less than $1.00.
'Bhe gritwh (fotabum.
Hnltiriliiy Morning, Nay 30, ItWfl.
Tictovia real estate assessment
amounts to $3,770,660.
Repairs nre being made on the C.
P. IS, wharf at this oity.
We understand that the str. Teaser
is undergoing repairs at Viotoria.
For good value in Furniture, go to the
Dominion Sawmill Go. fe7to
Hare you registered for tho school
election ? To-day is your last chance!
7 The Btr. Yosemite arrived from Vic-
L toria at 3 o'clock yeaterday afternoon.
V Laat week a lire occurred at What-
Vcom which wiped out 836,000 of property.
It Ib said that business in this eity
has somewhat improved during the
past week.
It is said that money can be borrowed in New York na low na two per oent,
per annum 1
Mr. Jno. Jessop, Dominion immigration agent, haa been spending a
few days in the city.
If there is wind enough the Bailing
race postponed from the 26th will take
.place at 11 o'clook thia morning.
Tin: str. Idaho arrived from Tacoma
at 5 o'clock Thursday afternoon with 5
passengers and 30 tons of freight.
Terra Gotta Chimney Pipe, also Drain
Tile and Sewer Pipe for sale by Jas.
Cunningham. myl6tc
To-morrow night Rev. Mr. Lennie
will preach a sermon to young people
in the Baptist church. Subject: "A
religious life the beat,"
Yesterday was bright and warm.
After several weeks of broken weather
the indications now point in the direction of continued fine days.
A lot of cattle numbering 00 head
were driven over from Port Moody on
Thursday for shipment to Victoria.
They go down thia morning.
Last week we mentioned that Mr.
E. A. Jenns, of Agnes st,, had new
potatoes. The samo gentleman has
been using green peas out of his garden
fora week!
The contract for the construction of
a fever ward and other improvements
at tho hospital has been awarded to
Messrs. Hoy & Fry, of this city. The
amount of the contract is $542.
Members of the artillery company
wero uut last night mounted for instruction in sword exercise. A largo
number of spectators witnessed the
performance with much interest.
It should be remembered that this iB
tlie last day for registration for school
purposes. All thoso who have not
registered, and fail to register to-day,
will be left without votes at the school
election.
The str. Idaho yesterday oarried
away Mr. Jno. Hall, of this city, who
with his wifo and part of the family,
ia on hia way to Ontario, The four
elder members of thu family remain
in this city.
To-morrow iB Trinity Sunday. Services apprpriate to the occasion will be
held in St. Paul's (protestant) Episcopal Church, St. John Bt, Tha sermon
in the evening will be on "The Thief
un the Gross."
Ayer's Sarsaparilla is a highly concentrated extract of Sarsaparilla, and other
blood-purifying roots, combined with
Iodide of Potassium aud Iron. Its control over scrofulous diseases is unequalled by any other medicine.
McLeam Bros, iB the name of the
firm which has opened a brick yard at
Port Haney, not Ternan Bros., as
stated in our last issue. Orders for
the brioka, however, will be received
by Messrs. Ternan Bros,, of this city.
With the capture of Poundmaker
nnd Dumont the Keil rebellion may be
aaid to have terminated. Now, let
Riel and Big Bear be executed, and as
many moro as committed murder and
other fiendish crimes under the thin
guise of patriot ism.
On her way to Seattle from Victoria
tho other day the Btr. North Pacifio
met with a eertous accident to her machinery, which waa badly smashed.
Damage estimated aU the way from
$10,000 to 920,000. It ia expeoted
the Olympian will take the disabled
steamer's place,
All the leading journals of London,
England, congrat ulato Canada on
what they deem the practical suppression of the rebellion. Thuy compliment the troops on their skill and
courage. In government circles tho
hope is expressed that leniency will be
exorcised toward Riel.
Tho Dominion immigration agent
informa us that large numbers of immigrants are settling on Vancouver
Island who wuuld take up land in tho
mainland railway belt if tho regulations were nut so unreasonable. The
Dominion government is losing these
poople through its stupidity.
Backache, stitches in the side, inflation and soreness of the bowels, ara
symptoms of a disordered stato of the
digestive and assimilative organs, which
cau be promptly and thoroughly corrected by the use of Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
As dinner pills, and as aids to digestion,
they have no equal, They euro constipation.
The Viotoria Thnes snjra: It has been
reported at New Westminster that the
contract for rebuilding the wharf at
Port Moody hu been let. The firat
one oost 970,000. The principle on
whioh it waa constructed was a failure,
and it is feared a similar fate awaits
the now one, as the piles are of cast
iron and pointed, whereas they should
bo on tho screw principle to prevent
their sinking when heavily laden.
Somo person sends an anonymous
letter for publication from Chilliwhack,
giving an account of an elopement and
Itating that a aaloon has for some time
been suffered to exist nt Centreville.
We can scarcely believe that the peoplo
of Chilliwhack and Sumas would permit such a thing to remain in deflation
of. the law. The correspondent did
l_hia name, and his letter must,
"   ~ ' b basket.
rery time.
withstand
is effectual
t ones and be
For cheap Bedroom Suites, go to the
Dominion Sawmill Co. fo7tc
Painful Accident.—Harry Newton,
of GranviHo, arrived down from Granville yesterday, and waa taken to St.
Joseph's hospital for treatment, he
having injured his hip while climbing
a Inrj-e pile at the wharf. The hip is
injured to such an extent that one of
hie lepra is a couple of inches longer
than the other.-— Colonist.
Gold Quartz.—While cutting some
rock at Goldstroam, 10 miles from Vic-
tin, on the island railway, the workmen struck a lead of gold quartz which
is said to promise much. There have
been a great many strikes about Viotoria, however, that never punned out
a fortune to anybody, and this latest
excitement must be taken with caution.
Sunday Parade.—It is reported
that the military forces ot this city
will havo a chun.ii purado to-morrow.
We hupe that on this occasion tho
accompaniment of n brass band will he
dispensed with. It is certainly altogether unnecessary, and does not add
to the dignity or impressivenoss uf a
Sunday parade, while it offends tho
notions of propriety held by a great
number of worthy citizens.
Frustrated in Time,—At the council meeting on Thursday night the
mayor read an extract from a letter
from Mr. Homer in which & statement,
was made of a very extraordinary
proposition from tho C. P. N, Go. to
tho federal government. The proposal was to run three steamers a woek
from Victoria to Port Moody and two
steamers a week from Victoria to this
oity, leaving Victoria at midnight!
Mr. Homer vory properly put his foot
upon this absurd scheme and suppressed it.
Lakd and Timber Regulations,—
In another column will be found a
notioe giving tho datos at which tho
deputation on land nnd timber regulations wiU appear at various places
throughout the district. It is important that the deputation Bhould bo met
by the local committees and others
interested in having the land and timber grievances adjusted. And there is
no person in the province who should
hesitate to give his influence heartily
to the satisfactory arrangement of this
matter.   It affects every one of us,
The Link Complete. — A special
train carrying Messrs, Angus, Donald
A. Smith, Van Hume, Drinkwater,
nnd others left Montreal ou the 15th
by the Lake Superior section of the
C. P. R. for Winnipeg, tho gaps on
the road being completed. This was
tho first through train to Winnipeg.
Mr, Jno. M. Egun und other officials
of the G. P. R. went eastward nu the
lino to join tho Montreal party. Tho
link from Montreal to the Columbia
river is now complete, but regular
trains will uot be operated for snmo
time, as tho ballasting has yot to be
completed.
 ——.-»,	
Heavy Damages.—There is a law
in Washington Territory which makes
a license holder responsible for any
damage which may come to a customer
by reason of intoxication. Not loug
ago a man got drunk at ono of the
Seattle saloons, and after spending all
his money tho saloun keeper dumped
him out. It is claimed that the man
sustained injuries which rendered him
incapable of providiug for his family,
and under the act his wife entered an
action for 91000 damages, and won it.
The saloon keeper had skipped out in
the mean time, but the ownor had to
pay the sum chained.
 .---.      . .
Who is the Author?*—Tho Victoria
dailies of Thursday publish what purports to bo a telegram sant from this
city to Mr. J. A. U. Homor, M. P.,
and which reads as follows: "Mobs
meetings hold all over province, Vancouver, New Westminster, Ynle, Lillooet and Cariboo. Protest against
timber and land act. If government
enforce, open rebellion certain. Submit to Sir John and press of Canada."
There is no name signed, and we uro
inclined to think some person has beon
playing a joke on the Victoria papers.
The effect of such a foolish dispatch
would probably be to shut tho door
against the modifications sought.
 .   .*».	
Penny Wise.—Not long ago tenders were asked for certain repairs to
the snag bout Samson, now lying at
this city. We are informed that a
tender was sont in from this city
whicli was only $60 higher than tho
lowest tender, which came from Victoria. It was found, howevor, that it
would cost $260 to take the snagboat
to Victoria, and tho president of the
Board of Trade (Mr, Jas. Ciuming-
hain, M.P.P.) telegraphed the facts to
Mr. Homer. Yesterday Mr. Cunningham received from Mr. Homer a telegram saying that the minister hnd
sent instructions to have the repairs
done at this oity if it could be so arranged.
Police Court. — On Wednesday
morning Daniel Turner was sent up
one month for swindling Doc. Chisholm
out of $3.60 worth of whiskey. Turner
obtained the liquor un pretense that it
was fur a sick friend, but he turned
out to be the patient himself, and tho
court thought it would require a month
for him to recover from the attack. A
Russian camo up for being drunk. He
was a sailor belonging to one of the
ships at Burrard Inlet, The court
held that, under the present stato of
diplomatic relations between Great
Britain and Russia, the crimo of a
Russian becoming drunk upon Hut-
Majesty's wliiskoy was not such as to
call for severe punishment. The man
was, therefore, discharged.
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Kiel's Trial.—Chief Justice Wall-
bridge of Manitoba, has been nskud
what course would be adopted in regard to the trial of Riel. He replies
that according to law he would have to
be tried in the district or province
where ho was captured. He could not
be brought to Winnipeg or sont tu Ottawa. Tho Dominion government
might issuo a apecial commission and
Bend up judges to try him. Judges
from here might bo sent, or speoial
judges for the occasion unpointed, but
the trial would hnvo to take place in
tho provinco where Riol was captured.
Under the present apt thu judicial
authorities In tho distriot whero Riel
was captured liavo power to try a mnn
for his life, but an appeal to tho Manitoba bunch ia provided. Hu could nut
bo tried by court *snartial undor tho
circumstances, as Gen., Middleton has
promised in a lotter to Riel that he
would be proteoted until thu Dominion
government decided on his case.   The
Senalty fur high treason in Canada is
oath.—Times.
British Columbia Lands.—Sir John
Macdonald, iu reply to an enquiry
from Hon, Edwatd Blake, respecting
claims within the 40 mile belt in British Columbia, said the government had
received a memorial from the squatters
on Dominion lands within the tract in
question, respecting their rights. In
reply, a copy of the Dominion Lands
Act had been furnished the memorialists, and they hud been assured that
the provisions of the act would be applied to their case as far as possible,
Further assurances had been given
thom that the claims of the squatters
would bB respected, and would be adjudicated upon as soon as the surveys,
which are now in progress, have become sufliciently advanced. There was
no reason for anxiety in regard to the
question. —Colonist.
 .--.—.	
Whiskey's Doings.—Mrs. Dr. McGuire, a good-looking, well-educated
woman, with a babe four weeks old,
swore out a warrant Monday evening
against her husband, Dr. J. S. McGuire, who she alleged had threatened
to kill her. Thc doctor, it appears,
has beeu drinking heavily for several
months past, and seemed to get worse
rather than better. Ho was taken in
chargo by the deputy sheriff, who did
not put him in jail, but looked after
him during the night. Yesterday he
appeared in Justico Lyon's court for a
hearing, and was held in $160 bonds
to keep the peaco. Lost evening he
got drunk and his bondsmen gave liim
up, but he secured other bondsmen,
who agreed to stand for him ns long ns
ho kept away from saloons. It is stated that Mrs. McGuire will institute
divorce proceedings against her husband.— Seattle Past. Dr. and Mrs.
McGuire lately loft this city with a
number of bills unpaid.
Generous Words. — Referring to
Judgo Williams' address at u dinner
in Portland, Or., on the 26th inst.
given by British residents in honor of
the Queen's Birthday, the Oregonian
says: "Judge George H. Williams hit
the nail squarely on the head when he
referred to the ponding controversy
between England and Russia. Ho
was not, he said, sufficiently informed
of the circumstances of the situation
to argue its merits in details; but he
had gathered this much, that tho territories between Russia on the north
and the British possessions on the
Bouth were in dispute, and knowing
only so much ho declared his sympathies to bo decidedly with the British.
British triumph, he said, would mean
extension over the Afghan territories
of our language, religion, customs and
laws. Russian triumph would mean
extension uver them of the half-barbarous, cruel aud despotic system of
the czars. Viewing the matter only
as to results, he had no difficulty in
determining what he thought best for
the cause of intelligence, freedom and
morality in the disputed countries,
He did not want to see the vicious
rule of Russia extended another foot
beyond its present limits. This iB but
a brief of what Judge Williams expressed in much better terms. The
kernel of the whole matter, as it is
connected with American sympathies,
haB not beon so truthfully and well
put before,"
City Council. —• Council met on
Wednesday night. Prosont, His Wop-.
ship the Mayor and Coliiib. Elliott,
Calbick, Lord, Douglas, and Deane,
Several communications and accounts
wore read, after which tho'salaries bylaw was passed. The municipal salaries
were fixed as follows: Clerk, assessor
and collector, $100 per month; day
constable, $80 per month; night constable, $70 per month; lamplighter,
$50 per month; police clerk and interpreter, $120 a year; oity solicitor, $500
a year; police magistrate, $750 a year.
The real estate by-law passed its first
and second readings, and tho rate was
fixed at 1 per cent. Coun. Douglas
moved, seconded by Coun. Lord, that
the mayor be instructed to communicate with Mr. Homer and ascertain
whethor the O.P.R, syndicate will undertake the branch line without delay
if the bonus is tendered at once.
Cctin. Deane thought that as a deputation from the Board of Trade had requested a conference with the counoil
on Thursday night this resolution ought
to be delayed until the result of that
conference was made known. Couns.
Douglas and Lord supported the resolution, but it was finally agreed to lay
it over till Thursday night, to which
timo the council adjourned. On Thursday night the council met, all the
members being preseut. Messrs, D.
S. Curtis, Thos. Cunningham, and T.
J. Trapp were present as a deputation
from the Board of Trade, and Messrs.
Jas. Cunningham, M.P.P,, and W. N.
Bolo represented the New Westminster
& Port Moody Railway, Tho Board
of Trade delegates all spoke, urging
united and immediate action, and presented the following suggestions: That
correspondence be commenced nt once
to obtain the right of way; that our
local member proceed to Victoria and
ascertain if the $37,600 promised would
bo avail; bio on the completion of the
brnnch Une this year; that the squares
bo bonded for say $60,000; that application bo made to the Dominion government for the Indian reaorve at the
west oud of the city for railway purposes; that it be ascertained whether
thu syndicate will build tho road at
once for $76,000; if not, will it allow
another company to build the road to
tap the main lino at a point agreed
upon, and would tho syndicate opurato
tho road when constructed. It was
the opinion of Mr. Bole, and of all the
members of the Board*of Trade deputation, that some person Bhould bo sent
tu Ottawa; Mr. Jas, Cunniugham,
however, did not agree with thnt view,
but thought wo had better move with
caution. The sending of a delogatu
was strongly urged by Oouns. Deane
and Hendry, who maintained tliat wo
had been lung onough sitting idle, und
the necessity for prompt action was
now apparent. Tho mayur pointed
out the steps that had been atreadv
taken by tho counoil, and maintained
that the charge of inaction could not
He against them. Tho council had
beeu most anxious to undertake anything thnt might assist in furthering
tho prosperity of the city, and had
acted upon ovary reasnnalilo suggestion
frum any quarter, He rand a luttor
from Mr. \nti Home iu whioh it was
stated that so soon as the agreement
had beon ratified steps would be taken
for tho location of the branch linu.
Also, a lottor from Mr. Homer in
whioli ho said he thought the syndicate
could be inducod to begin immediate
construction if the money bonus
would be forthcoming. Upon receiving this, he said, he liad communicated
it (o a number of citizens, and had
toli'<traphud to Mr, Humor asking if a
dolugato would be useful to strengthen
Ins linnds. Tlio reply wns thut a dele-
gatn would bu entirely useless. He
(tho mayor) thought wu had botter
ascertain first from the local government whether the $37,500 would he
forthcoming, and then we would be
prepared to treut with the syndicate.
After a long discussion it was moved
by Mr. Deane, seconded by Mr. Hendry, that a delegate be sent.
The motion was carried on the following division (Mr. Lord in the chair);
YeaB, Deane, Hendry, Calbick, Shiles'
and the mayor; nays, Douglas and
Elliott. Mr, Hendry then gavo notice that on Monday night he would
move for an appropriation of $1000
for tho delegate, and the council adjourned till Monday night, when it is
expected the delegate will be chosen.
Representatives of the Board of Trade
and Port Moody railway were invited
to be present.
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The cheapest medicine in use ib Dr.
Thomas' Eclectrie OU, because so very
little of it ia required to effect a euro.
For oroup, diptheria, and diseases of the
lungs and throat, whether used for bathing the chest or throat, for taking internally or inhaling, it is a matchless compound.   ^^^^^^^^^^^
Yale Assizes.
Yale, May 28.—At the court of
assizes in Yale, before Judge McCreight, Henry Fuirfax, for larceny in
a dwelling-house, was sentenced to
two years' imprisonment in the penitentiary. Mack, an Indian, was given
two months in Yale gaol. In the case
of John Glassey, for embezzlement,
the jury disagreed and were discharged.
Mr. McColl defended the prisoners.
Prom Por-4 Moody. -
(Correspondent*-; of the Columbian.)
Some six months sinco, chief engineer Schroiber and the editor of the
Victoria Colonist each discovered that
the Canadian Pacific railway was finished from the terminus at Port
Moody to a distance, according to
Schroiber, of 160 milos inland. The
former reported accordingly to parliament early in this present session; und
the latter reported ditto to the credu-
lous readers uf the Colonist. It would
seem that the railroad does not stay
finished; because, for weeks past, us
many men as could conveniently work
upon the road, with construction trains
and steam shovels, have been delving
and driving upon this terminal section, iu all weathers, day and night,
Sundays and week days, with an energy never before witnessed upon any
part nf the ground covered by Mr.
Onderdonk's contracts. All this force,
too, is mainly engaged in the simple
and primary work of grading the railway track. Grading a road that was
finished six months ago! In good
south, a round twelvemonth will still
have to expire before the work contracted for by Mr, Onderdonk is finished, if it ever is. On Wednesday
last, a gang of tracklayers commenced
putting down the fivo additional tracks
which are to extend through the railway yard, from near the foot of Elgin
street to the wharf. As to the wharf
itself, the gap between its timbers nnd
the land proper hns at length been
filled up with earth and stone, and
planked over to a level with tho adjacent yard. On the morning of Wednesday lost, about 2 o'clock, a railway
hand named Baker received a bad
compound fracture of the lex and othor
injuries, through the falling of a bank
nt Harris', near Pitt MeadowB. He
was brought down to the Caledonia
hotel, where he was professionally at-
tendud tn by Dr. Cooper. For a marvel, Monday's down train wns nut
mora than half (in hour behind time.
To make up for this. Wednesday's
..train, over the finished rond, was only
seven hours later than its due. On
Wednesday morning thu steamers
Gipsy and Iris arrived in port, each
having in tow a scow load of lumber
for houses uow in course of construction.
That Barest or combinations-
True delicacy of flavor with true efficacy of action has been attained in the
famous California liquid fruit remedy
Syrup of Figs. Ita pleasant taste and
beneficial effects have rendered it immensely popular. Sample bottles frae
and large bottles for Bale by D. S. Curtis
k Co., New Westminster.        my20m
(Jotmiwnications.
A Denial.
Editor Columbian.—In the last iBsue
of the Guardian I observed from the pen
of a would-be critic that a man employed
by the committee on sports to keep the
race course clear on the occasion of tho
celebration, would haro allowed his bolting charger to leap through a tailor's
shop window, over the counter and land
in broadcloth, hod it not been for the
timely aid of a man armed with a parasol ! This smarty seems to have drawn
upon hia imagination t* about the same
extent as the man who said that if the
dog had not stopped he would have
caught tho rabbit.—Yours, kc,
Jno. M. Dowdau
Mr. T. 0. Borchard, public school
teacher, Norland, writes: "During tho
fall of 1881 I was much troubled with
Biliousness and Dyspepsia, and purt nf
the time was unable to attend to thc
duties of my profession. Northrop k
Lyman's Vegetable Diacovery and Dys*
peptic Cure was recommended to me,
nnd I have much plenRum in stating that
I was entirely cured by using ono bottlo.
I have not had au uttuek of my old complaint since, and have gained iiftt-cii
pounds in weight."
UIMffiffl
KM FROM AIL PARTS OF THE WORLI.
Salt Lake, May 25.—On Saturday,
at Blackfoot, Idaho, soven polygamistH
wero sentenced by Judgo Megan. Jiish-
op Ceo, Stowart defiantly declined to
pledge himself to obey the law, and was
sentenced to 3300 line and four months
in the penitentiary; Samuel Humphreys,
same fine and six months iu the penitentiary; J, L. Roberts und William Pratt,
same as Stewart; John Winn, (IB yenrs
old, ou promising to obey tho law in tho
future, $300 tine and no imprisonment;
Charles Simpson promised to obey tlio
law, and was fined 8300; Martin lluyson,
judgment suspended on a statement that
he had for a year livod within tho law
and would continue to do so,
Calcutta, May 20,—The Indian gov-
ernniciit has submitted to Earl Kiinberly
the British secretary for India a proposal
to raise ragini<mts of native troops to be
officered wholly by native chiefs and
princes.
C-UHiMBRK, May 26.* It is reported
that the Khan of Uuaiikshuti in Afghanistan has mado a sccrat treaty with Russia,
WINNIPEG, May 20.—Bev. Mr. Pit-
blado, who was on board the str. Northcote with Riel after the tatter's capture,
gives the result of au Interview with the
rebel loader whioh Is in substance aa follows: Riel is described as a cunning, In
telligent man. He did not know what
the authorities would do witli him; he
was forced to fight, ho said, by the police
and Hudson Bay officers who tyrannized
over the half-breeds and abused their
power. Speaking of the battlo of Batouclie Riel said h« hod 500 men engaged, of whom eight were killed and two
wounded, During the fight lie was present among the men in the pits. He
spoke of the priests as opposed to any attempt ou the part of the halt-breeds to
havo their wrongs righted, and denounced
them as tyrannical and interested solely
in thou- own welfare. They turned the
people against them because they assumed civil functions. The peoplo forced
him to fight, and would not let him go
back to Montana. He was on his way
to givo himself up to Middleton, he said,
when the scouts captured him. On the
subject of his religious views Riel was
very communicative. He declared his
opposition to tlie Churoh of Rome, and
said its priests had too much to do with
civil affairs- A council at Batouche, he
said, adopted a religious creed of distinct
doctrines, which they wished to teach
the people. "Wo believe iu a form of
church govemment," ho said, "We prefer
the Episcopal. We would like to see a
head biBhop for the Dominion or for the
new world who would be independent of
Rome." In addition to the above named
detenco of the charge of treason, Riol
said he should rely upon his loyalty
while a subject of the English government He concluded by saying: "I have
been true to tho half-breeds; I have not
rebelled against government; I have my
papers all right as a citizen of tho United
gtates and can hardly be a traitor to the
Dominion."
Denvek, Col.,May 26.—Last Saturday
tho Apaches killed two meu at Cartwell
Wid'Peteric ranch, on the Gila, and Sunday afternoon killed Chas. Stevenson,
foremau of tho Alley k Ingersoll ranch,
and Harvey Mooralund, son of James
Moorelaud, living between Grafton and
.Fairview. Tho bodies were found about
six miles north of Grafton, still warm.
Moorelaud was shot several times, and
when found was lying ou his back with
an iron rod driven through his head into
tho ground. Frank Adams, son of Geo.
Adams, ranchman near Fairview, is supposed to be killed also, as his hat was
found near the bodies et the two dead
mon. A Bpecial from Winslow, Arizona,
says about 100 Navajoes, Utes and
Piutes, all thoroughly armed with war
paint, are camped near Hardy's. Last
night it was currently rumored that thoy
were making preparations to join Qeroni-
mo's band of Apaches. The latest information from tho front indicates that the
hostiles are on Diamond Creek, northeast
of Fort Bayard, in the Black range. Col.
Morrow's San Carlos scouts are in that
vicinity, and Col. Biddle, with a battal-
lion of tlie sixth cavalry is around Hills-
boro. Lieut. Davis, with sixty White
Mountain Apaehe scouts are on their
trail.
Simla, May 26.—The troops of the
second corps have been notified that they
aro no longer required for immediate service. This is the corps which the Duke
of Connaught was recently summoned to
command.
London, May 20,—The director of
the Stadt theatre of Hamburg has con
eluded a contract with Mme. Pattl for
the entire winter of 1885*86 including
tours through Europe. Tlie new opium
treaty between England and China is
not concluded, as stated yesterday, but
is almost settled. The new convention
assumes the form of au additional article
to the Clio Foo treaty and abolishes all
barriers heretofore existing against the
free diffusion of opium throughout the
Chinese empire. The treaty also settles
the uniform rate of a lekin of 60 talcs
per chest and maintains the existing eus
torn duty of 30 talcs, This will allow
opium to pass freely throughout China.
It iB probable tliat China will extend a
similar system of trade to other goods
imported by English merchants.
London, May 2U,—The press association publishes the following, which it
says was obtained from a reliable source;
Early in January Alfred Aylward, notorious in connection with the Boer rebellion arrived iu London from New
Vork. He was entirely reticent in regard to his visit, bit on one occasion he
told a friend at a social gathering at his
lodging in Piccadilly that bofore long he
would again prove a sharp thorn in thc
side of the British government. He
went to Paris and remained there a fortnight, staying at an American hotel in
Rue D'Auour, and there registered himself as a surgeon dentist. He carefully
avoided English and Irish haunts, ignoring the Fenian leaders. Our informant
says that Kiel's rebellion was the fu: "
ciing of the movement among the Fre
population in Canada for separation from
Great Britain. That France encourages
the idea directly by organized immigration and intrigue far moro than English
or loyal Canadians realize. The Kiel
affair is simply on experiment designated
to accustom French Canadians to feel
and think as a distinct race. About the
middle of March Aylward sailed for
New York via Havre, giving his address
to a London friend as Jackson, St. Paul,
Minn.
WiHNU'Kti, May 27.—A dispatch from
Battleford says that Chief Poundmaker
surrendered unconditionally to Gen. Middleton, who reached Battleford on Sun
day. Poundmaker and 30 brnves aro
held as prisoners to await thc action of
the government. They also brought in
210 stand of anus.
Ottawa, May 27.—In tho house nf
commons this afternoon the minister of
militia rend tlio following telegram from
Geu. Middleton, dated Battleford: "I
have made a prisoner of Poundmaker,
Lean-man, Yellow-mud, and Blanket*
breaking*tliron»b-thc-ice being the most
influential ami dangerous meu about him.
I have also White Bear, who killed Indian Inspector Payne, nnd Wuhwuinntn.
who killed Frcmoiit, the rancher. My
next task May he Big Hear. Pound-
maker brought iu the teams taken and
gave up 10 stand of arms and ii revolvers. I havo ordered them to give up
the Hour taken, nnd tho horses nud cat-
■tie, iind am sending a party of police to
see that all is given up, Thu '.Ith IlilS
jmt arrived by steamer and is in camp;
the rest arc coming by land, if obliged
to move Oil tlw Indians, 1 propose to or-
gunizB a force of ntounted infantry mndo
up of mounted police, Boultou'd scouts,
nnd some inor.utcd artillerymen, in all
a! ■nn 3O0, and with light coAts and as
little bagcta^c and stipplitui us possible,
ao us to "scour tliu wholo country
and strike rapidly. I expect tliat Big
Beat will soon give up, If lie does I
shall treat him as I have treated Pound-
maker- If he does not, I shall attack
hint immediately."—(Signed) Fred Middleton.
Ottawa, May 27.—The Scott Act
amendment bill passed its third reading
in tho senate to-day, The amendment
inserted liy thc upper chamber gives authority to physicians and druggist*, to
prCsotibo alcoliol in prescriptions. The
bill also amends tho act by exempting
boor snd light wines from the operations
nf the act. In the house of commons Sir
John Macdonald moved nn amendment
to tho franchise bill In effect that Indians
of Manitoba, Keowatin, nnd the North*
wost territory should not bo allowed to
vote. Later on the first minister added
to his amendment thnt tho Indians of
llritiah Columbia should bo excluded.
These amendments were still being discussed nt midnight.
San Franoisco, Mny 27.—The Theodore Thomas concert troupe, which ar-
rivoii this afternoon, reported their
special train wns bourded at Coolidgo,
New Mexico, by u herd of cow-boys
who, with drawn revolvers, made tfio
inuaialtms play and Madame Molerna
sing. Tho musicians began playing
"Home, Sweet Home," but the cow-boys
yelled for "Arkansas Traveller." Thomas gave orders to give thom what thoy
wanted.   Molerna complained of a head
ache, but tho cow-boys would not take
no for an answer. Just as she was l>e-
ginning to comply with their request the
engine whistled, the cow-boys jumped
and fired a volley as the train moved off.
London, May 28.—The Standard's Bt.
Petersburg correspondent says the following is the exact state of the Afghan
frontier negotiations: At the present
time the Ameer surrenders Penjdeh for
Zulfickar. The question is unsettled as
to whether Zulfickar pass shall form part
of the boundary or remain wholly in
Afghanistan. Knssisi insists that Mur-
chak belongs to Penjdeh. England objects and makes the retention of Mur-
chak a sine qua non. This difference of
opinion is now tho main difficulty.
No Time Like the Pjie.se.nt for seeking medicinal aid when what nro foolishly called "minor ailments" manifest
themselves, Thero are no "minor" ailments.   Every symptom is the herald of
. every lapse from a state of
health should be remedied at ones, or
disastrous consequences are likely to
follow. Incipient dyspepsia, slight cos*
tiveness, a tendency to biliousness,
Bhould be promptly counteracted with
Northrop k Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and great Blood Purifier, uud the
system thus shielded from worse consequences,
YESTERDAY^SJISPATCHES.
St. Paul, Minn., May 29.—Gon. Terry
received a telegram last night from the
commander of Fort AsBinniboine confirming the reported capture of Gabriel
Dumont and Macleod Dumois on American soil, and his arrival there. He was
captured on tho 27th by Sergt. Perkins
and two scouts on Milk rivor trail, 10
miles from the fort. Gen. Terry ordered
the men to hold the prisoners until further instructions.
London, May 20.—A Russian officer
aud several Cossacks have arrived at
Meshed, in Persia, Meshed is the capital
of the province of Kliorah.
Constantinople, May 29.—Sir Peter
Lumsden, recently in charge of the British section of tho Afghan boundary commission, will arrive hero to-morrow on
his way to Loudon.
St. Petehsbdbo, May 29.—Another
ironclad has been ordered to be built.
The armor plates arc to bo obtained from
Sheffield. Thk; new accession to thc
Russian navy will be constructed at
Nikoloff.
Cairo, May 20. — Tamai has been
ovacuated by the British troops. The
number of persons who have left Dongola
since the departure of the Mudir is 3,000.
Tho probable appearance of the forces of
El Mahdi greatly alarms the people iu
the towns evacuated and about to be
evacuated by the British.
Syrup of Figs,
Manufactured only by tho California
Fig Syrup Co., Sau Francisco, Cal., is
Nature's Owu Time Laxative. This pleasant liquid fruit remedy mny be had of
Messrs. D. S. Curtis k Co., New Westminster. Sample bottles free and large
bottles at 75 cents or §1.25. It is the
most pleasant, prompt and effective
remedy known, to cleanse the Bystom; to
net on the Liver, Kidneys and Bowels
gently yot thoroughly; to dispel Head
aches, Colds and Levers; to cure Constipation, Indigestion and kindred ills.
Thornton and Poland.—Our St.
Petersburg Ambassador is much tu the
fore just now. Hera is a good story
anent Sir Edward Thornton for which
wo can vouch. iAt a Washington reception a young gatitlemnn Baid to a
rather imposing looking man: "Good
evening! glnd to see j-ou— we have not
met since we parted' in Mexico." The
person thus spoken to coldly ropliod:
"I fear you havoi tho advantage of me."
''Why, surely!" exclaimed the morti-
fied'young fellotf; "you don't seem to
remember me." "To tell tho truth, I
havo nevor been in Mexico." "Are
you not Sir Edward Thornton V "No;
T am Judge Poland of Vermont." A
few nights after this rebuff the young
man happened to be ut another party,
and seeing the judgo, mado up to him.
After a little desultory conversation he
ventured to say: "That waB an awful
blunder of mino the other evening to
take you for old Thornton.'' "And
whom do you tako mo for now may I
ask?" "Why, you told me you were
Judgo Poland of Vermont." There-
ply was crushing. "On the contrary,
sir, my name is Thornton!"- Pall Mall
Gazette.
Mr. G. W. Macully, Pavilion Moun-
tain, B. C, writes: "Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil is the best medicino I ever used
for rheumatism. Nearly every winter I
am laid up with rheumatism, and have
tried nearly every kind of medicine
without getting any benefit, until I used
Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil. It has worked wonders for me, and I wnnt auother
supply for my friends, ke,"
MAHUIBO-
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lnsU,by the Row Itobl. beimlc, J, B.
Suiter and II. s., eldest diuwlitorof Mr.
Jno. flail, nil of this city.
IMBKENUERS,
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From Pole to Pole
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The Harpooner's Story.
JVew Xctlford, June 1,180$.
Dr. J. O. Aran & Co.—Twenty, yenrs ngo I
was a hnrpooncr in tlio North Puoiuo, wlieii tivo
others of InO cre]jjind myself Were laid up with
scurvy. Our bodies wero bloatud, (funis swollen
oud bleeding, teeth loofe, purplo blotches nll
over us, and our breath scotnod rotten. Tako It
liv and largo wu wero pri>lty badly oil'. All our
Itme-julco was accidentally destroyed, but tho
captain had a counlu dozen battles of Ann's
Baiuaimuilla and gavo us that. Wo roeov-
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brought about by nny oilier treatment for Scurvy,
and I've scon a gooa deal of It. Booing no mention In your Almanac of your SnrsapnHlla being
mod for scurvy, I thought you ougbtto know of
thi*. and no send you tno fuels.
Respectfully yours,    IULPU Y. \Y 1KGATB.
The Trooper's Experience.
MQWn,11aiutolantlt,8.Af,-lca,)3rarch7,lS83.
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iuto for over twu yoars, during which time we
had to livo In tents. Being under eanvni for
Midi a Umo brought on what Is onllod tn this
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iomo timo. I wns ndvtsod to tako your Snrw-
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tbo only mMllclno tlmt crndlcntes tbo poisons of
Barofiiln, Mercury, nnd Contagion- Disease
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Sold by all l>rncglstn: Prico $1;
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High Class organs.
From the Toronto Globe.
Perhaps the most artistic building
the oxhibition ground is the pavilion of
the Dominion Organ and Piano Company
of Bowmanville. It is moreover one of
tho most interesting to lovers of good
music as being the location of a magnificent collection of instruments. The
erection of this building, whieh cost
about {1,000, became necessary to meet
the requirements of the company, which
had been cramped for room intheMain
Building, where it is impossible to judge
the merits of high-class instruments. The
enterprise displayed by the Company in
providing suitable quarters on the
grounds for their business has been rewarded, The large number of visitors
who call, inspect, and purchase proves
beyond question that the public approve
the provision made for their convenience
and comfort. Here a crowd may be
seen listening to teat performances on
first-class instruments made by leading
city and country musicians.
Right well do the Company deserve
the success whieh they have achieved.
The present prosperous concern had, like
all great institutions, its day of small
things. It had its origin in Bowmanville
about fifteen years ago, the stock being
at that time largely held by parties unacquainted with the business. About ten
years go John Wesley, the present secretary and. treasurer; George Piggott, the
manager of the manufacturing department; and W. S, Russell, superintendent of the tuning department, bought
out the shareholders and assumed control. Since that date the business has
been booming, A further stimulus was
given to the concern by the admission of
a Detroit millionaire as a partner. Piano-
making was added to the organ-manufacturing, and the establishment was increased, until it now occupies a leading
fosition among Canadian undertakings,
t turns out about SOO organs and SO
pianos per month. These are produced
by 250 hands, who receive in wages
about (15,000 per month. The whole
civilized world is the firm's market, and
they have branches in London and Manchester, England; Hamburg, Germany;
Adelaide and Sydney, Australia; Auckland, New Zealand; and St. Petersburg,
Russia,
The instruments on exhibition in the
pavilion are fair examples of the Company's workmanship. An npright piano
of burr walnut Is a splendid instrument.
Of square pianos there are two kinds, a
square and a square grand. The former
is intended for. standing against the side
wall of a room, and is convenient for
comparatively small apartments. The
square grand is finished on all sides, presents a handsome appearance, and is
suited for occupying a promineut position in drawing or music room. These
two instruments are of rosewood, with a
superfine polish, secured by hand rubbing witli oil for hours. The touch is
quick and easy, the tone brilliant and
powerful. In musical quality and appearance they are equal to the best
American pianos.
The organs made by the Company are
known almost everywhere. They are
manufactured in all styles, and at all
prices, ranging from $50to$l,000. Many
sample organs are shown in the pavilion.
The largest organ whioh the Company
will exhibit, a double-bank pedal, is at
present at the Dominion Exhibition,
Montreal, but is expected hen at the
end of the week. It is arranged to be
blown by Turk's water motor, which has
been placed in position to await the
arrival of the big instrument. The organs run through all grades, from the
thousand dollar instrument down to the
parlor favorite. The cases show wonderful variety. Many of these are of
nre beauty and skilful workmanship.
The esse which secured for the Company
a prize at the Centennial Exhibition at
Philadelphia is still much admired, and
is largely manufactured. Cases for parlor organs are chaste in design and artls
tic in execution. Thc musicians who
tested the organs affirmed that for sweetness of tone and elasticity of touch they
are model instruments; whilo visitors
can themselves judge as to the beauty
and style of the cases.
[T. R. Pearson k Co., New Westminster, are sole agents for these fine Organs
in British Columbia. Persons proposing
to purchase should not fail to communicate with them. Sample organs on view.
Prices quite as low as those of Ontario,
Address, T. R. Pearson k Co., New
Westminster, B. C]
Business Direstoiy.
The following Business Directory cou-
talns only tne names of persons whose advertisements appear In the Columbian.
lt will be found convenient and useful to
new-comers and persons wishing to dt
business In this city. The names are given In alphabetical order;
PliyilcUni.
Dr. Clarke Colombia street
Dr. narrow Columblastreet
Dr. Cooper Church Street
«•• &g™ere Front street
Dr. Ofrerliaus...... Kamloops
Dentists.
Dr. O. E. C. Brown Columbia street
Lawyers.
Vf, Norman Bole Columblastreet
Corbould & McColl McKensle street
Inmranee Agents.
3X J Armstrong. .Front street
Vf. a Ferrls.....„. MoKensle street
T R Pearson A Co Columbia street
Rond Bros Columbia street
1£rn?l'vB£8ton * Co .Victoria
Woods A Turner Columbia street
Auctioneers.
J C Hughes Columblastreet
T J Trapp. Columbia street
Unrvtymrt.
Hpwse a Rlckman- Front street
Woods A Turner..- Columbia street
Conveyance™, Land Aftnts, -ke.
&ll&ln.G- *■ McMillan MoKensle street
W. D. Anii...,. MoKensle street
Hughes 4 AUtlnson Columblastreet
Howse-A Hickman... Frontstreet
Rami Bros. Columbia street
Woods A Turner Columbia street
General Merchtmts-
The new war map of Egypt and the
Soudan, giving names of aU the places
mentioned in despatches, and a valuable
table of distances. No one ihould be
without it. Price, 15 cents. T, R.
Pearson k Co. aplStc
TIIE WEST (MORE FOR SEPTEMBER.
-The Great Illustrated British CelM-
bin Edition. A ftall tmpply new on hand
at T. R. Pcanon A t'o's., sole agents fer
the Mainland, at 35 fit*, eaeh.
A new map of British Columbia just
issued by the government, for sale at
T. It. Pearson k Co'r, Tho best map
ever issued; $2.25.-—Adv.
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at the Coi.vmiiian office. Prices will bo
found lower than at any other office in
the province.-tAdv,
Mortgages, Deeds, Leases, Agree
ments of Sale, and blank forms or all
kinds, at T. R. Pearson ft Go's. *
Hcautiful photographic panoramic
views in British Columbia, 75 cts. per
sot at T. R. Pearson ft Oo.'a. •
CJT. PAIL'S CHURCH. Sorvlcps ov-
IO cry Sunday at ll a. m. nud 7 v. m. In
the Ttectory Hnll, st. John Htruet, below
Royal avenue. Scats freo, all arc cordially Invited. Sunday School at 2.501\ si.
(feffitc)
METHODIST CHURCH, Mi.rv St.
Rov. C. Watson, Pnntor. Hervlcnsut
II a. in. and 7 p. ni. Sunday School and
Rlhlo Olnnu 2:M p. tn. Prayer Meeting; on
Tliun-dnys at S p. m. Scats free; stronger*
cordially Invited. Je7*ir,
BAPTIST CHURCH, Rev. Robt, Lennie iinstur: moots in the Court House.
Sabbath School and Bible Clnss st 11 a.m.
Services ut '180 nnd 7 i-.M. Prayer Meeting
Thursday evening at 8 o'cloek. Strangers
cord In! ly Invited. nplttfe
AVttl
mu:
heli
VISION LODGE Ho. 9, A. F.
A* HI.—The regular Com-
unlcatlons of this Lodge are
. held on the tirst Monday In each
month. Sojourning brethren nrecordlal-
iy invited toatteiur        U. WILSON,
fe23-tc Secretary.
CAUTION!
KAOH l'LUO OF THE
MYRTLE IATII
 IS MARKED	
T.    &    B.
IK   IIIKINZK    I.KTTK1H.
NONE   OTHER   GENUINE.
npScwly
James Wise..... Front Stmt
Jns. Cunningham A Co...Columbia street
Mrs M A Harper - .Chtlllwhaek
Thomas McNeely Ladner's Landing
Turner, Beeton A Co (wholesale)..Victoria
Gents' FurnUhlngi,
X, A. White Columbia street
Commtsilfett Merchants.,
Homer A Son „ , Front street
• Druggists,
D. S. Curtis A Co Columbia street
A Peele Columbia street
Roots and Sheen.
Juh Rousseau Columbia street
HKeiiB Columblastreet
R Thomas „ Columbia street
Watches and Jewelry.
C. M. McNaughton Columbia slreet
Furniture.
WProthoro Columblastreet
J Q Bunte Colnmbia street
Tailors.
John Walsh Columbia street
Hooks, Stationery, *o*
T N Hlbben & Co -....„ Viotoria
T R Pearson A Co. ..Columbia street
Mnilesi Instruments.
JBagnall	
TR Pearson ft Co...
Cigars.
Wm. Tlotjen Columbia street
Hotels.
Brighton (Geo Blaok) Hasting!
Deighton JA JohnBton] ..Granville
Farmers'Home (WRHolden)...Chnnhst
Occident (J Austin) Columblastreet
Royal (Mrs M A Harper) Chilliwhack
Sunnyside [McLeod A Mclnnls] Granville
Bakeries.
L WUHe „.„.„.„. Front atreet
Kelly Bros Columbia atreet
Groceries, Rte.
I) Mcl'huden ...............Colombia street
' Produce and Feed.
M. Stoves ft Son -.Colombia street
Fish, Fruit and Game*
Fulton Market..... Columblu street
Butchers.
J. A. Bowes Yalo and Hope
Robt Dickinson Columblastreet
Painters, Kte,
Murray ft Fry ;. Clarksoh street
Blacksmiths.
W R Lewis Cslutnbla street
Johnston ft Smith. Colombia street
Saw and Planing Mills.
Royal City Planing Mill Richard Btreet
Branches at Port Moody ft Nanaimo.
Book Binding,   ■
R T Wllllami „....ViotorlR
Printing Oflce.
D Robson ft Co (CofiimWan).....Columbla at
Ruling and plain binding.
FOR ^ALE.
1373 Acres Choice Prairie LandB
6 MILES FROM LADNER'S LANDING
and 9 miles from New Westminster,
on (he Trunk road. Over 1G0 acres nnder
cultivation. There Is a Dwelling House,
86x40, two stories high, and $ Barns on the
property; together with other out-bnlld-
lues. The above will be sold In lots to
suit purchasers and on easy terms,
For particulars applyto
JOHN MCKEE,
apltc Near Ladner's Landing.
FOR  SALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
3 MILES FROM LADNER'S
Landing, on the Tronic Wagon
Road; two other roads runningthroufh
the premises.  Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,
de*2tc Ladner'i Landlng,B.C.
1885.
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Addreet        HARPER * BROS., New Tsrh., Peter the Great's Will.
1. The Russian nation must bo constantly on a wur footing to keop the
soldiers warlike and in a {-n.nl condition. Ko rest must be allowed, except
for the purpose of relieving tlm state
finances, recruiting the army or biding
tha favorable moment fur attack. By
these means peace is made subservient
to war, and to peace, in the interest
of aggrandizement and increasing prosperity of Russia.
2. Every possible means muat be
uaed to invite from the most cultivated
European states commanders in war
and philosophers in peace, to enable
the RuBBian nation to participate in
the advantages of other countries
without losing any of its own.
3. No opportunity must be lost of
taking part in the affairs and diBputca
of Europe, especially in those of Gor-
many, whicli, from ita vicinity, ia ono
of the most direct interest to us.
4. Polivnd muat bo divided by keeping up constant jealousicB and confn-
aiona there. Tho authorities must bo
gained over with money, and the assemblies corrupted, so ua to influence
the eloctiou of the kings. Wu must
get up a party of our own tliere, amid
RuBBian troops into tho country, and
let thom sojourn there so loug that
thoy may ultimately tind boiiio pretext
for remaining thore forever. Should
the neighboring states mako dillicultius
wo muat appease them for the moment
by allowing thom n share of tho territory, until wo can safely resume what
we have given away.
5. We muat take away aa much territory oa posBiblo froin Sweden, and
contrive that they ahall attack us tirst,
so as to give uu a pretext for their
subjugation. With thia object iu view,
We must keop Sweden in opposition to
Denmark, and Denmark to Sweden,
and sedulously foster thoir mutual
jealousies.
6. The consorts of tho Russian
princes must 'always bo chosen from
among tho German princesses, iu order to multiply our family alliances
with tho Germans, and so unite our
interests with theirs, and thus, by
consolidating our itifliianco in Germany, to cause it to attach itself spontaneously to our policy.
7. Wo must be cnivful to keop our
commercial alliances with England, for
sho is tlio power which has most need
of our produce fur her nnvy, and at
the BMne time may be of tho groatoat
service to us in the development of
our own. Wo must export wood and
othor articles in exchange for hor sold,
and establish permanent connection
between her merchants and seamen
and our own.
8. Wo must keep steadily extending
our frontiers—northward along tho
Baltic, and southward along the shores
of the Black Sea.
9. We muat progress as much as
possible in the direction of Constantinople and India. Ho who can once
got possession of these plan's ia the
ruler nf the world. With this view
we muat provoke constant quarrels at
one time with Turkey, aiul at another
with Peraia. -We must establish
wharves nnd docks in the Euxinej and
by degrees make ourselves muster^ of
that sen as well as the Baltic, which is
a doubly important element in the
success of our plan. We must hasten
the downfall of Persia, push on into
the Persian gulf if possible, re-establish the ancient commercial intercourse
with the Levant through Syria, and
force onr way into the Indies, which
are the storehouses of tlm world.
Once thero we can dispense with English gold.
10. Moreover, we must tako pains
to establish and maintain an intimate
union with Austria, apparently coun
tenancing her schemes for aggrandizement in Germany, ami nil tliu while
secretly rousing tlio jealousy of the
minor states against her. By this way
we must bring it to pass that one ot
the othor party must seek the aid of
Russia; and thus we shall eileroise a
sort of protection over the country
which will pave a wny for future supremacy,
11. We must- not make the House
of Austria interested in the expulsion
of tho Turks from Europe, and wo
must neutralize its jealousy at the capture of Constantinople, either by pre-
. occupying it with a war with the old
European Stales, or hy allowing it a
share of the spoil, which we can afterward resume at our leisure.
12. Wo must collect around our
house ns around a center, all tho detached sections of Greeks which are
scattered abroad in Hungary, Turkey,
and South Poland. Wo must mako
them look to us for support, aud thon
by establishing beforehand a sort of
ecclesiastical supremacy, we shall pave
the way tor universal sovereignty.
12. When Sweden is ours, Persia
vanquished, Poland subjected, Turkey
conquered—when our armies aro united
and tho Euxine and Baltic are in possession of our ships, then wo must make
separate and secret overtures, first to
the Court of Versailles, and then to
that at Vienna, to share with them tho
dominion of tha world. If either of
them accepts our propositions, which ia
certain to happen if thoir ambition and
Belf-inlorust are properly worked upon,
we must make uso of one to annihilate
the other; this done, we have only to
destroy tho remaining one by finding a
pretext for a quarrel, tho issue of which
cannot be doubtful, aa Russia will thon
be in tho absolute possession of the
east and thu best part of Eurupe.
14. Should the improbable case happen of both refusing tho propositions
of Russia, then our polioy will- bo to
set one against the other, and mako
them tear each other to pieces, Uusaia
must then watch for and sev/.e the favorablo moment, and pour hor already
assembled hosts into Germany, while
two immense fleets, laden with Asiatic
hordes, aud convoyed by tho armed
squadrons of tha Euxine and the Baltic, set sail simultaneously ft'-m the
sea of Azoff and the harbor of Archangel; sweeping along the Mediterranean and the Atlantic, they will
overrun Franco on tho one sido, while
Germany is overpowered on the other.
When those countries aro fully conquered, the rest of Europe must fall
easily and without a struggle under
our yoke. Thus Europe can and must
be subjugated.
Catching the Morning Train.1
I find that one of tho most serious
objections to living out of town lies in
tho difficulty experienced in catching
the early morning train by which I
must reach the city and my business.
It Ib by uo means a pleasant matter,
undor any circumstances, to have one'B
movements regulated by a timo-table,
and to be obliged to rise to breakfast
and to leave home at a certain hour,
no matter how strong the temptation
to delay may bo. But sometimes lhe
horrible punctuality of tho train is
productive of absolute suffering. For
instance: I look at my watch when I
get out of bed, and hnd that I havo
apparently plenty of time, ao I dreBs
leisurely and sit down to tho morning
eal in a frame of mind which is calm
and serene. Just as I crack my first
egg 1 hear tho down train for Wilmington. I start in alarm; and taking
out my wateli 1 compare it with tho
clock and find that it is eleven minutes slow, and that I havo only fivo
minutes left in which to got to tho
depot.
JuBt us I get to tho gato I find that
I have forgotten my duster and tho
bundle my wife wanted mo to take up
to tho city to hor aunt. Charging
hack I snatch them up and tear down
tho gravel-walk in n frenzy. I do not
like to rim through tho village: it is
undignifiod and it attracts attention;
but I walk furiously. I go faster and
faster as I get nwny from tho main
streot. Whon half tlio distance is
accomplished I actually do hoar tho
whistle; there can bo no doubt about
it this timo. I long to run, but I
know that if I do I will excite that
abominable speckled dog sitting by
the sidewalk a little distance ahead of
mo. Then I really see tho train com-
iug around tho curve close by tho
depot, and I feel that I must make botter time; and I do. Tho dog immediately manifests an interest iu iny
movements. He tears after ino, and
is speedily joined by five or six other
dogs, which frolic about my legs and
bark furiously. Sundry small boys,
as I go plunging past, contribute to
tho excitement by whistling with their
fingers, and the men who are at work
upon tho new meeting-house stop to
look at me and exchange jocular remark with each other. I do feel ridiculous, but I must catch that train at
all hazards.
I become desperate when I have to
Blacken my paos until two or threo
women who are standing upon the
sidewalk discussing the infamous price
of butter, scatter to let me pass. I
arrive within a few yards of the station with my duster (lying in the wind,
with my coat tails in a horizontal position, and with the speckled dog nipping at my heels, just as the train begins tb move, I put on extra pressure, resolving to get the train or
perish, and I reach it just as the laat
ear is going by. I seize the hand-rail,
I am jerked violently around, but
finally, after a desperate effort, I got
upon the stop with my knees, and am
hauled in by tho biakeman, hot, dusty
and mad, with my trousers torn across
the knees, my legs bruised, and three
ribs of my umbrella broken.
Just as 1 reach a comfortable seat in
the car the train stops uud then backs
up on the siding, where it remains for
half an hour while tho engineer repairs a dislocated valve. Thc anger
which burns iu my bosom as I reflect
now upon what is proved to have been
the folly of that race, is increased as I
look out of the window and observe
the speckled dog nngagod with his coni-
piuiious iu an altercation over a bonti.
A man who permits his dog to roam
abuut the streets nipping tho legs *
every ono who happens to go at a more
rapid gait than a walk, is unlit for
association with civilized beings. He
ought to bo placed ou a desert island
In mid-ocean, and bo compelled to stay
there. —Moa Adeler.
:n":e"W
it
JAMES  WISE
OFFERS FOB SALE A   LARGE AND
WELL SELECTED STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE:
Men's CloUilng.
Boots ana Shoes,
(.'inn Boots,
num Coals.
Oil-skin Clothing, At.
Arrplcmliil Assorment of
Velveteens,     Cashmeres,   Plaids,
Flannels, Sheetings, Shirtings,
and Table Unmasks.
Ladles' uml MInsos' Whiter
Clonks,  Jackets,   and  Milliner)'.
A lino Assortment of
Indies' & Children's Underclothing.
LACES,    EMBROIDERIES,. CORSETS,
HOOF SKIRTS,  BUSTLES, Sill.
Groceries, Provisions, Hay, drain,
Peed, lie., Ac.
«!•*' Price* to suit Ilie time*.
JAMES   WISE,
mh-lto Front SI,, New Wostmlnstor.
3STOTIOB.
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
jij application will be mnde to the !(<<--
lttlntiiro of British Columbia at Its next
si-sslim on behalf of tho settlers and owners of land situate ut Mutsqui Prairie (or
an act for their relief against, tlie "Sumns
Dyking Act, 1878," and tho "Siunim Dyking Amendment Aet, 188:!," ami to declare
forfeited -ill rights and privilege*grunted
or purported to be granted toE.L. Derby
or hin assigns by the said acts or either of
them, aud to repent such nets.
Matsqui, March flth, 1885. nihlltd
&
SHIPM&&
MERCHANTS,
FKOM ST., ■ NKW WETTMINSTRK
OFFER POR SALE
Kxtni, superfine and (Irakam
FLOUE
BARLEY,
GROUND BARLEY,
WHEAT,
MIDDLINGS
MM  K.A.M9
OIL CAKE,
OATS,
OAT MEAL,
CORN MEAL,
GRAIN   SACKS,
HAMS, BACON, LARD, BUTTER,
DRIED FRUIT,  COFFEE
AND SPICES.
Agents for Pacific Coast Steamship. Co,
and Hereon Light (til Co.. Cleveland,
Ohio.
(jaDtc)
l-TOT'IOB.
NOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
(10 daya after dato we intend making
application to tho Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission* to purchase from thc Provincial Government
100 acres of laud in New Westminster District, dosorlbed as follows:
Commencing at the northwost corner of
the Hastings MIU Co's leaso on the west
sliore of Thonihorough Channel, westerly
from Woollirldgo Island, Howe Pound;
thence north, 20 chains; west, 40 chains:
south. 40 chains; cast, -il) chains, to wost
boundary of Hastings Mill Ccs claim;
theuco north along Hastings Mill Co's
west boundary 20 chains to point ol commencement.
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.,
Limited.   John Hkndky, Miiniiger.
New Westminster, May IS, 1885.
aimystm
NOTICE.
N°J
OTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN that wo
Intend   making application to the
Chief Commissioner ot Lands nid Works
for permission to lease for timbering purposes tho following described lands situated In Now Westminster District:
1, Commencing at a pout on the shore of
Gillies Hay, Toxiutu Island, nbout one
milo X. Vf. ot Shelter Point; extending
along tlio shore for u dlstanco of UW
clinliu, with a depth of 80chains,containing 1280 acres, moro or less.
2. Commencing at a post on the Nortii
shore of Curdero Channel, nearly opposite
Den hum Island, extending along tho
shoro for a dlstanco or 100 chains, with a
depth oMOO chains,containing 1000 acros,
more or loss.
ll, Commencing at a stake on the Rhore
of Hemming liny, Thurlow Island, about
one-half mile West of Jackson Poiut;
thonee following the shore line 120chains:
thonco In a N. \V. direction 210 chains;
thence Easterly 100 chains; thonco South
to point, of commencement, containing
8500 ucres, more or less.
HASTINGS SAW MILL CO'Y,
HtCtin. H. Al,T-XANT»EIt,
Man agor.
Burrard Inlet, B.O.-8OH1 July, 1884.
nul.'ttc
Legislative Assembly,
PRIVATE BILLS.
A LL APPLICATIONS FOR PRIVATK
A Hills, properly tho subject ot loglslii<
Hoe ■--"--*-— '----■—-  * •-- ■■"
jou by the Legislative   .. _
Ish Columbia, within tho purview of-the
Assembly of Brit-
luv-uiiiiiium, wiMiui ihe purview ofthe
British North America Act, 1S87," Whoth<
or for tho erection of a Bridge, tho making
of a Railroad, Turnpike Road, or Telegraph Line; the const ruction or Improvement of a Harbor, Canal, Look, Dam, ot
Slide, or othor like work; the granting ol
a right of Ferry; the Incorporation of any
particular traile or culling, or of any Joint.
Stock Company; or othorwiso forgra Ming
to any individual or individuals any exclusive or peculiar rights or privileges
whotover, or for doing any mutter or thing
whioh lu |ta operation would atl'ect the
rights or properly of other parties, or relate to any particular class of the community; or for mnking any amendment
of 11 like nature to any former Act —shnll
require a Notloo, clearly and dlsttnctlj-
spoelfylng tho nature and object of tho
application,.to ho published as follows:—
A notico in the British Columbia Gazette,
nud in one newspaper published In the
District affected, or If there bo no newspaper published therein, thmi Inn newspu-
pei in the next nearest District lu whicli
a newspaper is published.
Such notice shall be continued In each
iase for 11 period of at least six weeks, during the Interval of time between the close
of tlio next.'proceeding Session and (ho
consideration of thc Petition,
Boforo anv Petition, praying forleav"'"
GOVERNMENT   NOTICES.
NOTICE.
TO  ROAD   CONTRACTORS.
SEALED TENDERS WILL BK*RE-
ceived by tho Hon. the Chief Commissioner of Lands nnd Works up to noon
of Monday, lst June next, for tho construction of a Wagon Road via Marble
(.-infill unit lint -in-lt.i*..-.iniKv( tlio Lillooet Road with tho Cariboo Trunk Road.
Specitleutions can be seen and forms for
tender obtained nt 1 he Oilice of tho undersigned, at tho Government Offlee, Olinton,
or from Mr. James Campbell, Cache
Crook.
Tho lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted,
W. ft. GORE,
Survoyor-Gonernl.
Landsnud Works Department,
Victoria, !]0l<h April, 1885.       my2ml
TRm^&-^___,-\r-i-_.K~—Q-Si_
vale niVntH r.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the fallowing described tract of land,
situated In the Hlnillkuini'en Valley, Is
hereby reserved from sale or preemption,
until further notice, viz:
Commencing at ttio coulliicnco of the
Tulameon or North Forth of the Simll-
kamoon River and the south branch of
tlio sumo stream; thenco truo west seven
(7) miles; thenee true smith, ten (10) miles;
thonee true oast, ten (10) miles; thenco
truo north-Jteii [10| miles; thonee true west
threo C8) miles, more or less, tothe place
of commencement; contiilnlmr about
tl 1.000 ucres.
Provided thnt this reservation shall not
prejudice the rights of Froo Minors under
the provisions of the "Mineral Act, 1881."
war. SMITHE.
Chief Com. of Lands and Works.
Lands aud Works Department,
Victoria, 11.1;., 171 h April, 1881.
 2fHiplm
All the Kane Again.
The other day a rery recent mother
aaid to hor other half:
"Oh, William, nurse says the bnby
weighs only aix pounds.   I'm bo glad I"
"Why nro yon glad)" growled tho
husband.
"Became the fashion payors say
light kids are all the rage again!"
Edison says ho haa invented a device by which telegraphing to and
from running trains can he easily done,
using the ordinary telegraph line at
the sido nf the track. Ry means of a
board covered with titifpil and placed
on the top of each ct he says hu
"makes electricity jump thirty-live
fnt through the air without spilling
tt."
Young America al tlie Wheel.
A woll known clergyman waa crossing Lako Erie some yearn ago upon
ono of thc lake steamers, aud seeing a
small lad steering the vessel, accosted
him as follows:
"My son, you appear to be a small
boy to steer so largo a bont!"
"Yob, sir," was the reply, "but yon
see Iciui do it though,"
"Do ynu think you understand your
business, my sun?" \
"Yea sir, I think Ido."
"Can you box tho compass?"
"Yos sir."
"I it me hear you box it."
The boy did 'as he was requested,
whon tho minister snid:
"Well, roally yon can do it! Can
you box it backwards?"
"YeB, sir."
"Lot me hear you."
The boy did again as requested,
when the minister remarked:
"I declare, my sont You do seem
to understand your business,"
Tho boy thon took his turn at question asking, beginning:
"Pray, sir, what might bo your
business?"
"J urn a minister of tho Gospel."
"Do you think yuu understand your
business?"
"1 think I do, my boh."
"Can you say the Lord's Prayer?"
"Yes."
"Sny it."
The clergyman did so, repenting the
words in a very fervont manner tis
though trying to make an impression
on tho lad.
"Woll really,11 snid tho boy upon its
conclusion, "you d<> know it, don't you?
Now say it backward."
"Oh, I can't do such a thing as
that."
"Of course you can't do it, oh?"
returned the boy. "Well thon, you
see I understand my business a great
deal better than you de yours."
Tlio clergyman acknowledged himself beaten, and retired.
 mt ,.,— .-
Very little is known in Britain or
America of Sir Peter Lumsden. He
has spent most of his life in India, and
has been forty years in the Indinn
army. He was chief of tho staff in
the second Afghan war, and has sinco
been adjutant-general of the Indian
army.
The Jewish population of Jerusalem ia constantly increasing, and now
numbers 18,000. This is the largest
number that has lived in tho sacred
city 'at ouo time since tho destruction
by Titus in 70 A. D.
A flannel cloth dipped into warm
soap-suds, and then into whiting and
applied to paint, will remove all grease
and dirt. Tho most delicate paint
will not be injured, and will look like
now.
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at tho Columbian office. Prices will be
found lowor than at any other offico in
tlio province.—Adv.
Deeds,    Leases,
ino-'bgagBH,    umtiB,     u-j-uo-jo,    Agree
ments of Sale, and blank forma of all
Mortgages,
...Bnta of Sale,--
kinds, at T. K. Pearson * Co's.
General Groceries,
Provisions,
Dry Goods,
Hats and Gaps,
Boots and Shoes,
Hardware,
Crockery,
Tinware,
-AND-
GENERAL DEALER,
LADNER'S LANDING, 10,
(Iy23yi)
D,
Importer and Dealer tn
Family Groceries!
—AND—
PROVISIONS.
Imported in quantity,
First-Class in quality,
Sold at Bottom Prices
The best Place in the
Oity to buy your
Groceries.
D. McPHADEN,
Deane's Briok Blook,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.0.
mil,
TABLE
Showing (ht!Dales   anil  Places of
1.0111'ts of AhrIzc, NIbI Pr lus, nml
Oyer and   Terminer, for the
yaw 18.85-
SPRING ASSISES,
(OS   YANCOUVKlt ISLAND.)
Victoria, Monday, (till April.
Nnnnlmo,., Tuosihiy,......2nd June.
(ON MAINLAND.)
New Westminster...Wednesday, GC.lt May.
Yale, Weilnesdny,27lliMny.
KninloopK, Monday, 1st .Time.
Clinton, Monday, sth June.
FALL ASBIHEfc.
(ONSIAINI.ANO.)
Richfield, Monday, llth Sept.
Clinton Wednesday,(Mth Sept,
Kamloops, Mnmlny, fith Oct.
l.vtlmi, Mmulny,  1'JlliOel.
Yule Friday, llltliOet.
New Westiniuster, Wednesday, llth Nov.
(ON VAMCOtrVRH ISLAND.)
Victorin, Mondny, .'ilrd November.
Nnnnlmo, Tuesday, 1st December.
mhUraS
Toll Bridge, I* |ii<-Kcnfe-.l I" the Honso, thy
person or persons intending io petition
'nrsiieh lllll slinll, upon glvirig,tlio]notloe
[irescrlhed bythe preceding rulo, nlso at
.lit* samo 11iu»- nml In the sumo manner,
uive notice of tlie rates whieh they Intend
to n.sk,Uu* extent of thn privilege, the
helj-lit of lhe nrohes, the intern-1 between
thenlnitnientKorplcrH (or the passage of
raits nud , vessels, and mentioning nlso
wliuthorthcy 1 ->toiid-t«or*n-t a ilmwi-ri -n«
not, nml tlie ilhnt-itrflons of tlio Hainc
THORNTON FELL,
Clerk of the Legislative Assembly.
sea-no
CIMAIHTEI
WATCHMAKER
Jeweller & Optician,
COLUMBIA STREF.T,
New Westminster, B, 0„
Bogs to inform hia patrons nmi tiie in.
habitants of British Columbia, tliat
lie has ougaged tho services of
MR. F. CRAKE,
For a number of years manager of thu
Watchmaking and Repairing Department of Messrs. Savage, Lyman k Co.,-
of Montreal. Tliey nuy of dim tlint ho
to ono of tho very beit workmen over ID
tlieir employ, and they part with liim
with regret, which ia a inllioicnt guamn*
tee of Ills ability. I have spared neither
trouble nor expense to get one of the
ablest mon, and I ain determined to
mako my buddiess second to none in
British Columbia, Mr. Crake will hnve
entire charge of tho Watch department.
Chronometers, Bepeateni, Chruno-
griphB, and all complicated watches
rated and adjusted. Broken or lost parts
mode equal to new. Any parties having
Watches which hare been in the hands
of incompetent Watchmakers and can't
be made to go, sand them to me, packed
In a small box, by moil, registered or
otherwise, and they will hnvo my immediate attention! and perfect satisfaction
will bo given.
The manufacturing Jewelry is under
my personal charge. All kinds of Jewelry made to order and tho quality of the
goods guaranteed, Diamonds and pre-
cious stones set witli care. All my
charges ara moderate. I liavo a now and
well-selected stook of Witches, Clocks,
Gold, Silver and Rolled Plate Jew-
dry and Plated Ware, all of tho best
quality. New patterns conitantly arriving.
All Watches sold will bo closely regit
latcd to a few seconds a month, tiuu doing awny with the annoyance of having
an imperfect time-keeper.
O. M. MoNAUGHTEK,  |
JnySto Watchmaker & Jewdler.
PUBUCJQTICF.
Yale District.
FERRIES ON THE EAGLE PASS
WAGGON ROAD.
Dissolution of Partnership,
NOTICE 1ft HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the co-pnrtnershli) heretofore exist--
ing botween Tames Hpeirs nnd Angus
Beaton, doi iir business as blneksmltlis in
tho City of New Westminster under the
name of Speirs A Beaton, Is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Angus Beaton
will continue the business, und will pay
ull claims ugninst the lute firm contracted
up to this Uute, mul collect all accounts
due. JA8. 8PEHIS1
ANGUS BEATON.
Dnted tho 7th Mny, 1885. lflmylll
ZCTOTTCIE
IH HEREBY GIVEN, THAT SIXTY
tlnys nfter dnte we tho undorsigned Intend mnking up pi lent lon to the Chief
Commissioner of I,nnds nnd Works for
permission to purchase tho following described innds on Valdoz Island, Const dlslrlet, llrltlsh Columbia:
Audi the undersigned, John Wiggins,
intond mnking npidleiitiou for KiO aeros,
moro or les.f. described ns follows:
Commencing nt u post ou the enst shore
line of VI11 luge Buy Jjiko, about 8Q
chnins North of the foot or the take;
thenco enst. 10 chnins, north -in chnins,
west *K'chums, more or less to the shore
line of lake; ilienee southerly, following
nicRiidoringH of shoro Uno of hike to point
of commencement.
And I the undersigned, Charles McDon-
ough, intend niukliig application for 400
ucres, more or less, described ns follows:
Commencing nt n post ou tho west shore
line of Vlllugc Bny Lake; nbout 2 miles
north of the foot of the hike, thence west
80 chnins, thenee-north Utl chnins, thenco
eust to the sliore lino of tho Inke, thonco
southerly, following the meunderlngs of
shore Hue of luke lo polntof commencement.
And I tho undersigned, Joseph Mann-
Ion, Intend making mnking application
for 1100 acres, more or less, described ns follows;
Commencing ul u post on tho north
shore lino of Village Buy Tjiko nhout ono
mile easterly from its he ■; thonco north
■it) chains, west 100 chnins. -uth 40 chnins,
east to shore line of Vitiligo Bay Lnko;
thence northerly nml easterly, following
meunderlngs of shorn linu of lnko to poiut
of commencement:
And Itheiindorsig'd,AlexnndorRussolt,
intend making application for 000 acres,
more or less, described as follows;
Commencing nl theHouth-wcsti eorncrof
the land applied forby Joseph Mnnuton;
thonco south 100 chains, cast 40 chnins,
north to shore line of Vlllngo Bay Lnko;
thonco following mennderlngs of shore
llneof Vitiligo liny Lnko In 11 North-westerly direction to the Intersect lon of Mann-
Ion's south boundary Uno with the shore
line of Vllluge Buy Lnko.
And I the undersigned, John D. Purls,
intend making application for 000 acres,
more orless, described ns follows;
Commmencliig nt tho tho South-oust
eorncrof Ihe land nppllod forby Alexander Russell, theuce cast HO ehulns, north to
sliore line of Village Bay Lnlie; thenco in
a westerly direction, following mennderlngs of the shore lino of Inko to Intersection of Russell's enst boundnry with Bhoro
lino of Inke; thence south along snid enst
boundary of Russell's claims to point of
commencement.
New Westminster, B. C, April Oth 1885.
JOHN WIGGINS,
ALEXANDER RUSSELL,
CHARLES   MODONOUGH,
JOSEPH MANNION.
np8ni2. JOHN D, PARIS,
EOYAL
NEW WESTMINSTER.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS, I884-85.
W. N. NOW,,    -
.7. W. H.UtVKY.
\V. II. KEAHY,
Ci. 15. conuoLK.
II. ELLIOTT.
l'ltKSIIIBKT
Viok-Phesiuknt
- SKC.-TllEAK
JA8. CUNNINGHAM
O. M. JIcNAUOHTON
GOVERNMENT  NOTICES.
$10.00 REWARD.
THE ABOVE REWARD will be paid
for Information thnt may lend to the
conviction of the party or parties who
have wantonly torn down aud destroyed
a portion of the mils of the Brunette
bridge, Pitt Hlvor road.
C. WARWICK.
Govmt Agent.
New Westminster, Mny 15th, 1885.
lfimylm	
The County Court Rules-1885.
VTOTICE IH HEREBY OIVEN thnt the
IS Orders, Rules nud Forms framed under the "County Court Jurisdiction Act,
1685," Bhall, on nnd from thc llth dny of
May, 188.% be tho Orders, Rn les, und Forms
lu force and used In the County Courts,
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON.
Provincial Secretary,
Provincial flecretnry's Ollice,
llth Mny, 1885. lOmylni
SEAT-HD UKNDSmH wilh~bi-TecriVrn by
Iho Ilonoinblc t hn Chief Commissioner of Lnuds und Woi'cs up to noon of
MONDAY, 15th JUNE NEXT,
For tllO privilege ofOPERATINfl AFER-
RY on each of Ihe four Lukes on the route
of tho Eagle Puss Waggon Kond forn period of Twelve Months,
The Charier will Include the use of the
Boats nnd Appliances nowupon the Lakes
and tlie right to Collocl Tolls over one or
all the Lakes at the following rates, vl/.:
2-horse Team mul Waggon $2 00
4    do do do       2 60
6    do do do       !l DO
8   do        do do      a 50
Pnssengers, cueh Luke....     25
Loose Anlinuls, each Lake     25
Freight, per 100 Iks., each or nil Lnkcs...    25
Tenders must state the amount of rent
proposed to hn paid to the Government,
nnd give the names of two responsible residents of the Provinco who nre wilting to
sign u Bond for tlie sum uf 8500 as security
forlhc faithful carrylngontof llio contract.
All ofllcera of tho Provincial Government, with their animals tind freight, In
puss free.
W. S. GORE,
Hurvoyor-Gonernl.
Lands nml Works Department.
Vlclorln, R. C. 22d May, 1B85.
my27ld
CALEDONIAN AND ST. ANDREW'S
SOCIETY.
THE SECOND QUARTERLY MEET-
Ing of the Society will be hold ill the
Palace Hotel on the evening of Suturdny,
will May, iit sp.m. All members nro re-
nucslcd to atti'iul.
JOHN SPROTT,
my23 Heeivtnry.
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870.
Loin Son. 5,0 nml 7. Mnrk Wil, In the
illy of IVew Wesl min-tier.
CERTIFICATE OF INDEFEASIBLE
Title io iho nbovo mentioned Lots
...J bo issue'! io William Norman Hole
on tho lflih duy of July, DW.% unless In the
moantimo n valid objection thereto he
mnde to (he undersigned, In writing, by
some person clalmlm.- nn estnte or Interest In suld lund orsonm part thereof,
R.W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar,
Land Registry OJIlce,
Now Wcsimlm-tor,7lh April, im.
up] I ml!
K
STOTIOE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
OOduys nfter ilati* we intend mnking
application to tho Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to purchase tho followliiK dcMcrlhcd Innds in
New Westminster District:
CommencingutustnltconRnweii Islnnd
set about' ■ of a mile east from a point on
tho wostshoro llneof Bowen Islnnd, which
folnt hours south-easterly from Hutt
Hlnnil: thenco oust lit chains, thencoROiith
40 chains, thonee west to ehulns, thence
north 40 chains In point of commence-
ment, containing 100 acres,
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.,
Limited. John IliumitY, Mnnnger,
New Wesl mi nstor, H.C., May 11,1885.
13iny2in	
asroTicE.
A IMPLICATION WILL BB MADE TO
A the Chief Commissioner of Lands
nnd Works hy the undersigned lo purchase Uio following described lnnd:
|il OiO acres on I-onghorongli inlet,commencing ut a slake ou shore nt bond of
Beaver Greek, llionce north SOchntns; west
80 chnins; south 80 chains; cast 8o chains,
to place of beginning.
JAS. MnNERHANIE,
llth Mny, 1885.
|2] (HOnnros on Vancouver Island, com-
incnelngal a slake 2(1 chains from bench
two miles south of Otter Point, Discovery
Passage} thence west SO chains; Hoiith 80
chain*-; cast 80chains; north tMl chains.
<Mi Mny, MS.
(HI W0 nores on Elk Bay, Vancouver
Islnnd, commencing nt W, P. Snywnrd's
Bouthonsl comer; thonco west 80 chains;
south 80 chnins; enst 80 chains; nortii Hi
chnln :, io pla.ee of beginning,
■T. WILCOX.
4111 Mny, 1886, a0my2m
DIRECTOR'S ANNUAL REPORT,
Gknti.kmkn!*-In presenting our report
fur lss|.s."> wc arc pleased to be able to say
lhat tiie Hospital lius nover for years been
Ina belter position- llnanclnlly or othorwiso. A great number of Improvements
have been made during the year, such ns
repairs to buildings, drains, outhouses,
Ac, und ti great deal of bedding und furniture purchased.
Arrangements imve been almost completed sot hnl. we can have a fever ward
for thc institution, and which will in* n
■treat benelltto I lie usefulness nid success
of tlie Hospital, taking Into consideration
tbe rapidly increasing pnpuliitlou,
Tlw llospit.il hus boen kept In nneffl-
clunt condition, nnd t lie Surgeon has been
attentive and active in hts duties.
Wo nro Informed that some urrnngo-
ment Will be made during the coming
year by the government for tho removal
of incurables, 7 of whom we have in the
Hospital.
Tho medical ollicer has attonded nnd
dispensed medicines to K).r> iu aud out-door
patients, showing that much gooil work
nus been achieved.
We have to thank Messrs. Jno. Murray
und S. T. TIiiL'ley, spence's Bridge, for the
receipt of $ meu legacy left, by Iho lato
Cunt. Thompson to the Hospital.
we hnve nlso to thank the goyemnient
for great assistance and tlie public for donations of money, clothes, reading mutter, Ae,
A drain to tlie river isactunlly necos-
snry, und If funds permit should bo built
tills year.
Annexed Istlu-Treasurer's and Surgeon's
Reports.
The Treasurer ih amount with the Royal
Columbian Hospital
18SI.                            Dlt.
April 1—To balaiicelfrom Inst year, $      01
"            do. for repairs   MO 00
" Legacy from   Captain
" Holy Trinity  Chni-oh
" Proceeds of Concert    110 75
85707 11
18S5.                           CU.
Mur, ."11—Uy Liabilities from Inst yenr
" Repairs to buildings.
..   42S63
" Llglit	
18SS.
85707 11
Exumliied and found correct,
W. II. FALDINO,
Auditor.
ROYAL COLUMBIAN HOSPITAL
Nf.W WlWTMIKSTKIt,
April Oth, im.
To Tin: Mi:miu:uh of tiir Roaiui ok Di-
itKnTomi-Ucutlomcni
1 have tin honor to make tho following
report on iho Royal Columbinn Hospltul
for thc yenr ending the lllst March, 188B,
Number of In-door patients,... 02
"       "  out-door    "      41
11       Remaining under (rent*
ment 18
Died 0
Causes of denth of the six who died:
Chronic llronelillis 1
Phthisis or Consumption 1
Chronic Alcoholism.. 1
1'urnlysls 11
Two ot them came In In a dying condition.
Thu Hospltul hns undergone n gooil deal
of repairing during thu your. The water
pipes hnve been fixed; outhouses have
beon moved, nnd one built for tho reception of tlie dead until burial, Whitewash-
lug and papering has boon done, mnking
tho place look bright and cheerful.
I hnve io thank u number of friends of
tho Institution for contributions of plo-
turoH, texts, nnd rending matter of every
description nud In lnrge quniitltlos. Also
for tlio supply of old washed linen which
Is purtlculnrly useful. Also, I hnvu to
thiink tho steward, Mr, Charles Dlgby, for
tho pains ho has tnkon In keeping thc
wards clean anil comfortable: and, nlso,
for his kindness nml utlontioti to tho sick.
lloforo closing my report I wish tositg-
gest Mint If u fever wnrd, I. c, to admit typhoid fever, could be opened, It would add
vory materially to thu usefulness ofthe
Institution. I think thut this might bo
dono without much expense by attaching
throe or four rooms to tho building for the
uso of the steward and his fumily and using the wards upstairs for fever oases,
I also wish to bring before your notloo
tho necessity of morn drains belng.biillt,
especially one from thu hospital direct to
the rivor.
Yours faithfully,
lt. I. MOTLEY, M.'E
Imylm Modlcal Ollicer.
NOTICE-
A KITTING OF THE COUNTY COURT
of New Westminster Will behold—
At Yalo, on Wednesday, the 27th May,
1885;
And sittings of tlio County Court of
Kootenay will bo hold—
AUhe West. Grossing, Columbia River,
on Monday, Uio'.Uud Juno, 1885: und
At tlio East Crossing, Columbia River,
on Thursday, the 22nd July, 1885.
By Command,
JNO. ROHSON,
Provincial Secrotnry.
Provincial Secretary's Ollice,
I    I2th May, 188-5. lOmylm
T. N. HIBBEI £ CO.
AND GENERAL DEALERS IN THE
ninny vnrlcties of stock Indirectly
connected with tho nbovo.
Having studied tho best murkutsfor tho
past-quarter of n century, economy In
purchasing bus boen attained by importing In quant It Ies direct from the publishers and manufacturers, and no pains Is
spared to keop a full nnd well-selected
stock.
Old Masonic Building. Govcrment St.
VICTORIA, B. C.
BS"Tho following New Books just received: < nnudluu Pictures, by Marqals
of Lorne; Treasury of Mongt draw's lin-
rivniliil Family Alias. oo2»c
HIGH   CLASS
Thoroughbred Poultry!
EGGS f OK HATCHING
FROM  IMrollTKl)    1*0\VI,9,  OP  TIIE
FOLLOWING   VAUIETIK8!
PLYMOUTH ROCKS,
BROWN LEGHORNS,
WHITE  I.EGIIORNS,
HOUDANS,
D. II. RED GAME BANTAMS,
BRONZE TURKEYS,
TOULOUSE GEESE,
ROUEN DUCKS.
Eggs (Unit will lintcli) Hlrlppcrl liny ills,
limn'. Semi for llltistmtetl price lint.
C. P. STONE,
mh-lto Hennie, Wash. Ter.
NEW    SCHEDULE
—OJ—
WAGES
—FOR—
WHITE  LABOR
—OS   TUB--
Canadian Pacific Railway
—IN
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseen $125 00 per month.
Rook Foremen.... 13 50 tn $4 00 V d»j
Enrth Foremen... 2 SO to S SO    "
Bridge Foremen.. 3 SO to 4 50    "
Bridge Carpenters,
Ut elus  0 SO "
Bridge Carpenters,
2ml class  3 00 "
Mason 8 60 to 3 SO    "
Stone Cutters.... 3 00 to 3 BO    "
Blacksmiths,   1st
olass  3 50 "
Blacksmiths,  2ml
class  300 "
Blaoksmlth Helpers   1 80 to 2 00    "
Drillers  5 00 to 2 25
Laborers  1 75 to 2 00    "
Hewers, 1st olass   3 50 "
Choppers, lst olass 2 00 to 2 50    "
Scorers, lst olass   2 60 "
All outside labor 10 hours per day.
All Carpenters to (mulsh their own
Chest Tools.
All Employees to find themselves Bed,
Board ana lodging.
Boarding Houses will be convenient
along the line.   Board—$5 per week.
It will not be compulsory for Employ,
ees to board In tbo Company's Houses.
Wages will be paid monthly, on the
10th of each month.   -
A.  05TDEKD0NK,
Gknirai. Managkr.
Omen or this Ciinthactors,
Canadian 1'aoivio Railway,
Yale, March 1,1883.
COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
—IMPORTED AND DKALEBB IN—
Books,
Stationery,
Fancy Goods,
Pianos,
Organs,
Music,
Newspapers,       ^
Magazines,
Toys, etc.
The Largest Stock on thc Mainland,   and  second   to  no
House in British Co-
'umbia.
-SOLE AGENTS FOR-
ThB Henry P. Miller Piano,
Of
The Dominion Organ,
Of Boston,,
Of Bowmanville, Ont.,
And agents for all the leading Amorican
PIANOS & ORGANS
SPECIAL FORMS
RULED & PRINTED
On the premises, as neatly and cheaply
as at any othei establishment in the
Province,
 AGENTS  TOR	
Confederation Ule Assurance Co..
Nortii British and Mercantile Fire
Insurance Co,.
 Agents for First-Class-~.
IE ui BM-M SAFE
SHippixa BKOEtrn.
mim HORTOlGtB,
BILLS Or BALK,
(J18T0M HOIISR BLANKS,
LKA8IB, FROM. NOWS,
•R1RR8, tlOIim,
And all kinds of Blank Books ud Blank
Forms on hand,
 All the Leading—
NEWSPAPERS
 AND	
PERIODICALS
Regularly received, SubioriptioM taken..
(or any Publication at lowest ratei.
wT. Wo Import direct from manafao- ■
turen, and cannot be undcnold in thia
Province.
T. R. PEARSON A 00.„„^
iiifotfiofr
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