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Array Hon ABB Davit
UilZitmiQS
VOLUME 3
NEW WESTMINSTER, R 0.. MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 11, 1887.
sac
NUMBER 84
_*J»(*aV-itinsslSlt,i opposite n.w
Baptist Churoh.
OFFICE HOORH-IO a. m. to 13 noon; 9
lol; and*:*0lolp.ni,
dnolOte
I.
K. MACljBAH, B.A.,H.«■•<". M. ,,.r j „--• A.amXTTB  »0»
North British ud Mercantile
Insurance Vo. for Mainland.
OFFICE: UeKensIs Stmt, neat door to
lilSlied.
Drll
REMDBNOEi A|n« Street, third house
from Mary Street.
omOB HOintHi Uto llj 3 to il UK to I.
d-deUte	
 3m
-taster, B.O.
OFPIOI HODHS-lto 10a.m.! Itoland
*»Ctol£m. Calls In town an* ooun-
^promptly attetdidto,        «**te
c*
iiiHUiiton.
BARRISTKBS,
BOUcrroBg, etc
Offloe. Mek.nsl.Sti«t,KiwWi*minsteri
and Vancouver, RO. Jjrlldwto
, ^'«.^Kl*f|04n «'$       .
".,-' n**toif*,»olS!STOB, *c.
McKensle Street,
dwf.llt. Sew Westminster, B.C.
•m >omHAR RObB,       •
BA^m^WAT-ljA**.
UnrtAs.nl, . HonsyteLoan,
Oolumbia Street,
Mlhi N.w Westminster, B.O.
S~t  W. SBAMT,
AROHITIKJT.
AtA.J.HIII*.O«0l,?   ,,-•..'-,*'
dwMStc McKensleSt.
p n. (.low,
'    '•-.'.-:    ARCHITECT.
OFFIOE, for th. pnsent, at res'tunce on
Clinton ftreet,
•sr Word may be left at D. Lyal'. Book
store. dwfente
/l«,rr. FITTBHIIRIOH,
,I,A**D A««llT,*0,.*p-
d-dello McKensle Street, N.W.
H.
n. mien.
AUCTIONEER.
Udnn*. tending,
...... *.—-»
m   *. TRAPP,
AtJOtlOSMRANDAPFKAIMIl,
Colambl**trwt,. .N.w Westminster
All commissions wilt reef Itc prompt
ind careful attention, Beet references
(Wen when required. mhls-to
W. D.FERRIS,
UUD, B0U8E ud 6SKBUL M
Bent and Debt collector.
IITIIU 800B rARHS IOR BUI,
AC..I far lh. TIAVIta** U» aa*
AccmiiT iiiiiihi minu,
■arilhrl. (hs,
drriOr.i-F.rrls Street, New Westraln-
stir. feu*
RAND BROS.
TYsUt tHTATB r-ROKBKI,
0*ar*F**een, Q*ll.et*rs,
Aa* lasarau. Af.ati,
OMses at VIOTOBIAi Fort Btreet,
ws*^^m^v
VANCOUVER, Cordova Street,
BDIIjDINO IjOT* for sale In all sections
af Vanoouver and New Westminster Clly.
.FARM LANDS of superior ouallty to,
sale al Ohllllwhaek, 1-ort Hammond,
Lanilcy, Matsqui, Sumas, Mud Bay, Ud*
n«-.j«ndlo«;uiu Island. North Arm
Mt Information furnishedlatell ourefflces
fsaoto
WANTED.
A CIRCULAR SAWYER FOR SHU*
A. swap Mills, Ksinloops, Fnr partleu-
In Inquire or b. McPhsdei*, NevTyr-est.
nlnster, or nt mills, Kamloops.    daplwl
JI Aoents la this Province for a num*
Sir of leadlei manufacturers In Canada,
VM are prepared to furnish prlees and full
MP. am.   nu,.-.-., ■■*■.„--«■>*--■•->-■ -n
>J«, both new and second-hand; elm
lihbaraeltiili, I' Aissaa* id«e*»ls
Mtlhsr    "   .       Hardwan,
-br.-tl.iO.ls.    jjg
_»-ftSgBu,'
is'Blocks,        Iron Tools.	
ihss and Brooms,palnts and Oils,
Ins Fslt. Rhuthlos Paper,
banks'RcelM, Br*s Ooods, IrfiPlp'i
FRA8ER HeONARD,
...,f,C ''i"':'-' .-^TwStvJev*.
!rr*P
Tymo.wu.nn.n.p. iTlMftlCR Wl
.a^iorsw XJ.- _jj jfofctfji Nts,
WHABP BTREET • VICTORIA.
H.C. BEETON sV CO.,
M Imsbury Circus,
London, E. G.
Owier latei * BongUs streets,
VICTORIA, B. C.
nMKO. MtHMOMl.   -   •   ■   UNEE
IIIOURIBTS'HEADQUARTERS* FIRST
*  Olass In evsry    "   	
I with aU eii' -
 U. New and Elegai	
polntments. Prlees •Morale.
i in,no; rinoi
Class ln evsry respect   tally sap.
BIM wltk aU CeaveiieueserMHlens
Mels. New and Elesant ln all lis Ap-
This msgnlflccnt Hotel is now open for
tbei'ecepttpae'G.jujs,,- ,. .  „
js&i^sXtoMss^
attractive.,   T-b        -•    ■:, ?■■•? dooSto
f_ I n
THOS. OVENS,
MANUFACTURER OF
All Kinds ol Machinery, Patent Locks,
Safes, Hewing Machines, ke., to.,
Itepslred.
BLACKSMITHINC
ConttaotWorkiilplcultura'l '
 'hSiglntne
In ail Its branches. Farmi
Milt and Connect Work; '
Implements, nnd everytl	
. blacksmith line made toorder.
Having secured nnt*clnss workmen, we
feel confident of giving satisfaction.
Sir Horse-shoeing a specialty.
dw-Jlyslto'   CotUMBIA St., Now W«*t.
•&-JJk.H. -t>*ZE
For I Will Speak.
... ., nte henrd toitnt,
And aundry flowert tbslr head* upraise,
Hall to the coming on of iprlng.
IH» AF0RK8AI1) 3IRD8 IIAY^NOT
be tblotoipeak in tm EnglUhUn-
guue; bnt If tfiey could, no doubt ynu
would have heard ore tblR t,t the splendid
anortment of
BOOTS and SHOES
Juit noelved from the Eant, and which
nre open to the lupeotloA of the Public.
' We have also on hand a itock of
Rubber Goods.
Whieh we deilre cuitoraem for at once
neat, and other articles too rinmerou* to
mention, but whieh are generally found
ln a Boot and Shoe Store.
OEO. H. GRANT & CO.,
ColumblaSt.     ,        Naw Weitminiter.
' Orden ny wall promptly attended to.
dwnplto	
THE LEADING
BOOTiSHOE
ESTABLISHMENT
at       -*-Ott*s*r—-
Mainland of B. C.
Coloi-lkl Hotel Block, ColmbU 81.
110,000 STOCK
NOW BN ROUTB.
rI8 HOOSK HAKES ANNUALLY
a great redaction In pricea to mike
room lor the largest and beat anortment
of Boots md Shoes ever Imported into
this country, Irom the principal Houses
it Biriiany,-Francs, Onkt Britain, the
United 8tatei and onr gToat Dominion.
600 LINES WJ OK HAND.
-CALL. AND .SEE. MY. STOCK BE*
•   .;; 1?0R1I YOB PURCHASE.  ''."
lootl nd SkOM, from Wo upwards.
teUARrtkor eoodi «, Tum-Tami
ol-dlkladi.
Mdlfi' * Co-sti- llliwen for Xmu-
ths lovillmt mr Hen.
M Umi or Udlei', Vliiei* * fiklW-
".■\ntYtn**a.-'■■■.;■)•• ■
WM. R088.
CMMlol INM Hook. Cala»«taM. (
dwnolM-r-
C3rHJ^I3W
DOR BALE-** mis M*m mu, and
I* seas ratataes,
."Ajiiyfc  mmen^ng^^
U.gl«j',B.C.1Msr.s*,la»7. dwashOwl
COME AND SEE I
W. H. HOLDEN,
TJAVINO TAKEN POBSESSION OF
IT. the "Tempernnoe House,"fronting
oncotumblaanu Cliurcli Htteelfi.onpuHlte
the Episcopal Chuivli, and now known
as the
FARMERS'HOME!
ill accommodate the traveling public
he following rates!
Board per day *. •> tl M
"    ^ week  5 00
Single Me-Us.    IIS
Beds...... -   29
' vavOood aooommodatloQ for Ladles and
famTIlM, mylto
Flowers for sale
m,
c. Mcdonough
HAVINO TAKEN
Lnndbom'n Building, Front SI.
(Form.rly occupied by Kyle A Tllton),
IS  NOW READY
to Horvo hts onstomen and everybody
with as good a stock at a mob wants to
seleet from,
Dry GMdi. tirorerlei, Pra*rlilani«
Cnekerrt ttlauwoni Mmmn* Ae,
Come and eee tbo new plaoe, and let ne
know whet yon thick of It,
dwociwo c. Mcdonough.
E. HUTCHER80N,
NCR8IRYMAN A DEALER IN
Frnlt and Ornamental Trees,
Ladnw* Undino, B. O.
mHE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN-
X form the people ol Britisli Columbia
that he has established a Nursery at Ladner's Landing, and Is prepared to till
all orders for Frnlt Trees. Ornamental
Tnes, Shrubbery, Vines, Small Fruits,
Ao. Trees Imported or home grown according to the wishes ot customers. The
subscriber has had a thorough practical
training Ih the business, and having a
permanent stake In the country lt Is ills
Interest to deal fairly with the public. He
will wait upon the various towns and settlements shortly, and all orders will have
his personal attention*         _  ■!
ume E. HDTCHERSON.
THB INSTANTANEOUS
INK & STAIN
•ERASER   .
Will remove all Ink or Fruit
Stain*, Iron Bust, Grease or
Mould, and leave the paper or
fabric perfectly uninjured.;
TRY IT.   PRICE, 600.
B. C. STATWIKRV * PtllsTMO CO.
New Westminster, Vancouver ft Viotoria
dwnoisto
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Heart* Oppoilte tke Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THB LABOE8I AND  OHOICHST
anortment ol all ducriptloni of
MEATS AHD VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steamho*ti at ths
LOWEST POSSIBLE PKIOES.
BieeESTLIEYBT
BLOOD-CURDLING
MASSACRE
—AT—
UtUfl^a^o's
STOVE DEPOT.
A No. 8 Cook Stove I
All Complete, with nU the Pipe
uecewwrv mul a
CHINA   COOK
Thrown In, Freight paid to any part ol
tho Dominiun froe of all charge,
85 per cent. OFF FOR cash
H. M. CUNNINGHAM ft CO.,
74, Columblastreet,
New Westminster, B. C.
Ageats far Heap's rate*! Earth Clesete
•a«V>*tarl.r*Np<'». ilfeslo
-TOR
Cream & Fancy Cakes
—ao to—
A. DIEBEL'S
FRONT 8TF.BET. oto C. P. N. WIM1W.
FOR  SALE.
riWE tiEASK,
1   of that
nasi III. Hoi
ANDBTOt'K
iirlsty Slur.
■itreei. .
Safe fto Sale. .
1 NO. 10 TAY*jOR'H\ SAFE in rood
A orders Slslt. luchk lnatde; will he
soTdohesp. Apply al this oraos. dwf.Uto
Shares for Sale.
inn 8HABES lit TBE  BRUNETTE
1UU fJawmlFOoiUinlled.
H. Ij, DeBECK, Manaeer.
New West., Mnr. lllth, lew.    ,  dmhlotc
Land for Salel •
Iin ACRES riRST-CLASS PRAIRIE
14U I-and un UU Island, North Arm-:
ftnser River. For particulars am-h- at
his omce. '  dmhlote
FOR   SALE.
good order.  Por particular, apply on -the
promises to H. WEST,
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JACKSON,
aplStc A nEI.MCKEN, VIAorla
FOR SALE.
8 inlloH helow the City, with a good Hume
o„l,,.A,.p|y.^: mM
ileum! Agnes St., New West.
Farm fop Sales
CONSISTINiJ OF TWO LOTO, OF IU
antl 190 wirM (whioh will be ■old to*
gethpr or aeparately); 8 miles from Kew
Westminster; nnt-nluM land; ubout SS.
ncres dylteil; balanco Prairie and Bulbs'
will tie Hold nt a bawa!n.1     .,' '
- * *T» MAJOR.    . I
New WeBtmlmiter.
dwm
Apuly to '        C. O. MAJOR,
For Sale or To Let.
T OTB,BtOCK>JCnYOFNfcWWB8T-
li minuter, In hereby offered forialeor
to let,
Thii desirable property li situate on
Richard Street, tllrectlyopboslte the Royal City Pinning Mills. There li a good
stable and burn upon tbe lot.
FW termi and other partlculare, apply
to W. NORMA* DOLE,
dmh*23ml j    Bollcllyiyfor Mortgage.
For Setle!
1 SPAN DARK BAY MARES, I and S
1 years c'-* ' "— —'—
or double.
L years old; good travellers; wiir* single
rdou"-
I stair hhsise, 8yearsoldt worksilngl. or
double; nice ladle **' *	
Ilea* or gent.' saddle hors.;
ery gentle. - -.
l t-sealM >**DI i springs; naarty new.
II.B..I TUaSh/Iti, od North Arm,
Fruer river.
Mimis. salt •*!*<«. s kiir.hus, S.H
**i*J!!jj»-tl"7** .it alai* ia,WNt la
«l.yw....c».,»,.wjFBls2l0H
New Week, Nov, Ulh, IIM.      dwnnUte
For Sale!
TOO A8S0RTBD FKOIT THBB8
tjlROM THE JEWELL NURSERY CO.,
Minu., consisting of
erApl
f*iri
itfjffi*
Mater Apples,
Cherries,
Has.,.
Also—a nice assortment of c*rr**l and
■l.sptierry Bashes, Crape Viae.. Ae.
Will be sold asa whole, or In lot. to i ult,
ond on very reasonabi. terms.
JAMES WISE,
Front Strset.
mbUwtldte
County Court.
VTOTICE  IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
IN   tlio County Court set for the Ith day
ol April next will b* postponed ta tho Uth
of the same month,
dwrnhzstd E. A. JENNS, R. 0.0.
3JTQTIOB,
NOTICE IB HEREBY OIVEN THAT
I thirty daye from dale I will apply
to tin* Chief Commissioner of Landi nno
Works, for a license to cut and carry away
limbt'rftnuitliefol lowing described lands,
situated In thn district of New Weitmln-
sler, an-l Province of British Columbia:
Oommcneliifrat a post set oa the east
slid of Pitt I-tike about two miles from Iti
head; thenco enst tf chnins, north 80
chnins, west to Lake, theuce along Luke
tn plucp of commencement; containing
alxiiltW ncres,
AI.KXAWDKKMbT.KAir
rm Vf. A. Duucak,
New WL-Ktinthster, Manh 80th, IMT.
cfmhSlml
"Duke's Cameo"
CIGARETTES.
Ohm Smoked ire Preferred t* ill
Othen I
Fine, Full and Fragrant.
A HeMB-plere of novel design loco*.-
panics eneli Clgnrette.
Imported solely by the. HUDSON BAY
COMPANY, Vlitorli>,.ndcnn be obtained
everywhere. dmhlml
R»cry Man lo Us own ssusch
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP   COl/nSUL ROT1L),        *
NEW   WKHTMINBtER,  B. O,
PkrileUtii' Preierlptloii *■< fin-
ill Rerlpei * Bneclftlti-.
K   B. — Only Usnnlai Drop us*d,
Onr twutr vurs' MtpirhM*.   wrat
§ailg British Colnmbian
Haadar av.ala*. April ll, im.
TbcAlMkHBoandiry.
In a Lata number of the Ottawa
jFres PrtH V* find an interesting
report of' an interview ' with Dr.
Robt. Bell, LL D. and SI. IX, as*
liiUnt director of the geological
survey, with respect to the proposed
expedition to Alaska. Dr. Bell
staled that* member of the geological stiff was about to be sent out
to that region, The boundary, he
satd, was at present defined as follows: Starting from the Arctic
Oce*»j it follows the meridian about
141 W. until it comes nearly to the,
Pacifio Ocean from whence it follows a tortuous courso near the
coast and conies out at the head of
Portland Canal, opposite Queen
Charlotte's Islands, The treaty between Russia and Great Britain iu
defining thi* boundary is so worded
that it may prove a fruitful ,iource
of dispute, between Canada and the
United States when an attempt
shall bs made to actually define it
oii tho ground. In view of the discovery of gold along the boundary
he thought a complete survey would,
hava to be made shortly, "{hive
«lw»ys -held," he said, "ihis to be
prospectively one ' of the rlohest
mineral distriot* in Canada. A
good many year* ago, for oertain
geological reasons, I stated in a lecture delivered on the subject in
Montreal, that I believed the coun-
tay on the west side of the lower
McKenzie river would prove to be
the future Nevada and Colorado of
Canada. A man now'living in the
western' states, with whom I had
some' correspondence, started from
the Pacifio, crossed the country era-
bracing the head waters of the
Felly and Liard rivers and came
out on th* McKensie river whioh he
followed ..to th* tea ind afterwards
examined some of th* smiller riven
on tha west side ot it* mouth. Me
reported having found rioh deposits
of alluvial gold in several of the
streams amongst, thi1 mountains and
also lit those* refined to farther
north. The Pelly river is the main
branch of the Yukon in British territory- and it joins the Porcupine
river -after entering Alaska and the
two together form the main Yukon
river which is * very large stream
flowing into Norton Sound near
Behrings' strait. Nearly forty yean
ago two officer* of th* Hudson'*
-Bay, oompany, Mr. Robt, Campbell,
and. Mr. J. Green Stewart, were
sent into the. Yukon country to establish trade with th* natives. They
met with some hostility from the
Indian*, but wen successful in
accomplishing their object Tbey
explored thi* great bnnoh of the
Yukon river, which they called Felly, in honor of * member of the
committee of the Hudson's Bay
company, but received little thanks
when they got home. A yean ago
Mr. Campbell recorded his adventure* from memory in * paper which
he communicated to the Soitntific
and Historical society of Winnipeg,
long before that Mr. Camp^U had
written out hi* discoveries, and
brought them to Quebec, but unfortunately they were destroyed with
the rest, of hi* baggage, in a lire
whioh occurred at the warehouse.
The famous Cassiar region lies in
this direction, and during the past
summer, I am credibly informed,
more than 100 men were at work-
in placer mining on the Lewes river,
* bnnoh of the Felly. On Douglas
island, in Lynn channel, which although close to Britiih Oolumbia,
ii really in Alaska,* gold quarts
mine iinow being actively worked
by American!. It i* called the
bet-dwell mine and ii owned principally by a Mr. Bean. Tb* mine
consists of an enormous mass ot
quarts and is worked as an open
Sutrry. The ore is not extremely
ich, but owing to the large quantity worked the returns Are very
'great, - A mill, driven by water
power, with 120 heads of stomps,
has proved remarkably successful.
The gold is obtained both in the free
state »nd in combination with sul-
phurettes. The amount of free gold
u laid to vary from |6 to $12 per
ton. The monthly returns range
from 160,000 to {75,000. The average yield of free gold is |8.50 per
ton, and 120 stamps crush about a
ton .daily each; thi* would yield
11,020 per day. They run 30 days
in the month, which would make a
monthly yield of 130,600. The
total avenge 1* $67,500, showing
that 136,900 muat be obtained tram
the concentrated lulphurettet, which
era smelted on th* spot The two
together would thus give an aver*
age yield of $18.50 per ton of quarts
crushed, equal to about one ounce
of unrefined gold. In the oountry
between the head waters of the
Lewes River and Mt. St. Elias,
whioh lies directly west of it, silver,
oopf**, suit, and inn, hav* been
discovered." Dr. Bell suid the
Americans had always got away
With us in every territorial deal,
and they wuuld probably succeed in;
getting the best ot us with respect
to thi* most valuable territory which
by right belongs to us. It is quito
possible the doctor may be right,
but we hopo tlie federal government
will lake ihu nultor up in oamett
*nd have it adjusted Without delay.
The Knights Joyful
Because the vatkolle Cbnrcta
h»s Withdrawn lis an**os-
Ily Against lhe Order.
■ -   •        -'   «?-' .        *.v
 ...SI*"
Serious European Ewrouhneit on
the Island or Haytl-ln VniiMl,
rraetlce at tie Opening,of.
> Parliament.
FRANC' THE EMMY OF ITAl'-BUINE BETTER
-URTHQ0AKE SHOCKS.       ;i
Bl' Asw.oi-Intijdl'r'iw;..
IXIOHT*   REJOICIKO.
QUEBEC, Apr. 11.—There is great
rejoicing among the Knights of Labor
over the withdrawal of Cardinal Tas-
cherous mandament of 1484. Olause
4 of tbo letter Uss been accepted by
them. It is even now rumored thnt
an encyclical letter will remove all obstructions and recognise the order.
They seem to think the cardinal is
only paving tbe way to revoke the
nundnment entirely.'
HOME Kl'LE FOR IBEliND.
Lonuon, has, 11.—-The Daily Neat
believes thnt Lord Balfour, of Burleigh, mid Lord Dunraven are drafting
n scheme for local self-government for
Ireland, whioh it is proposed to submit
to parliament next session.
EAETHQCAKE SHOCKS.
Bum.iki.tox, Vt., April 11.—Two
•hocks of esrihquske occurred hire
this afternoon. 'Ilie Hist waa rather
light and nccim-d nhuut 2:30, and the
suoond ten minute, later. The lecond
shook was veiy heavy, resembling tha
ooneussion from i) large gun, followed
by a jar of 15 second, duration. Doors
and windows rattled, and those living
in third stories say the buildings
seemed to sway to and fro.
THE   SMITE   CLOSED TO TBE   PCB11C.
Ottawa, Ont., April 11.—There is
much excitement here over an official
notice to the effect thit during the
presenco of Lord Lansdowne in the
senate chamber at the opening of par*
liainent on the 13th inst. the naileries
of tho senate will be closed. This ll
thu first time in the history of the
Domiuinn that suoh a step has been
taken, tho galleries always on suoh oo*
easioni being open to the public. The
explanation is that it will prevent confusion. The opinion is that his excellency hss received letters the threats
contained in which he is afraid will be
carried into effect if a crowd is permitted to enter the gallery.
BLAISE BETTER.
St. Louis, April 10.—A speoial despatch from (libiou Station says Dr.
Menus arrived this morning and had
a short talk over the telephone with
Oui. C.ipi'iiiKiT. He says Blaine rated
well last night, sleeping soundly, ind
thii morning appeared much better.
No danger ii apprehended. The fever
hu subsided. Nothing further could
be learned, but any change for the
worse will be reported at once.
FBANCE THE ENEMY OF ITALY.
Beblin, April 10.—The Tagbatt pub
lithe, an interview with Signor Crispi,
Italian Minister of the Interior, to thi
effeot that the new Italian ministry is
strongly in fivor of the allianoo. Signer Crispi uid: "France, notwithstanding its democracy, is Italy's enemy.
Those who talk about a Frsnco-Italian
alliance are either idiot, or intriguers."
MOVEMENTS OF THE CROWN PRMCE,
Crown Princo Fredorick William
will so In Emi on the liltli inst. lor
a coune of the waters. Emperor
William will sojourn ut Ems during
part of June and July.
The A'iwi: Zeitung nny' ihe library
of Ihe late Leopold Vim llanke, historian, has been sold to an American
college. Dr. Hartwia finds that the
molt important manu.ctipts luft by
Von Ranke consist of a copious diary
end book of maxima of government,
the latter of which Von Ranke prewired for King Maximilian of Bavaria.
EUROPEAN ENCROACHMENT.
New York, April 10.—Although
no official announcement has beon received at the department of itate tuat
Great Britain has threatened to seize
lhe Tortugni Islands, yet it is learned
thit the American consul at Hayti has
kept the department fully advUed os
to lhe nature uf the Britisli claim and
ail proceedings taken liy that government durinir the past tlirue or four
years. Now that the mniiiS is in
ported to have Assumed in s*'ritii.s a
phsie, tho governmoi.-!, witli a view tii
being preparod for nny emergency, is
beginning to canvass its resources ill
cue it should become necessary to
again assert the intention of this
oountry to maintain the Munroe doo*
trine to the extent of protecting these
■mall republics of the American continent againit thi oncruaohnient of European powen. The result of the inquiries into the naval resources ol the,
United Stalea is not encouraging so
far. Several wooden vessels, forming
the training squsdron, are now un the
way northward from the West liidiut,
and at present there il bo vessel belonging to the American flag in H»y*
tian waters. Tho Yantec is at Key
West and the Galena at Aspinwall,and
it is pouible that one or both of these
veueli may be ordered to the vioinity
*
***=s=sps*m,,,r,, --
of: Hsyti > reprauot iht VaM
Stitia Rorerument lit th* tuat   * '"
becoming nicesury to emir * I
protut igtiut Kurop
ment In the Wut India
I, St. Margaret* Rope,
d, writ*: Ism r»qe**a
litomtar aho«k*r par*
Gilbert UW, St. Mara
Orkney,Scotland,! ~
hy s»venl frlsnds tomur aho**** «*r*
o*lof Dr-JTy^JWutr*.»,.;»-
last lot I got frora.yo* having Mf*- listed in several cue* of rhsumataM,, hu
given relief wken deoten' iMdiciatiiitv*
IiUsdtohaveuysffse*.   Th. *xodb*t
Suslitie, of thls.nMdicineilwald bl*
nown, that the mOlioua of i'
throughout the world may (j
providential discovery."
Condense!] Despstl
More attempt* liave taefi ks4dk>Mi
the lit* of the Car. I  '-.-■  !.--iu!7T»
Charles towdgate, ex-m**)H*>'df
English houu of ootaH***, il dak*
The cornipondtnt of lh* sVmttm
Post at Vien*» confirm, tb.nparl* of
the stUmpt on the lif*or th*oar.i
Thi president hu appoint*-! aksjin*
Semple, of Wsidiiatti* teirltotjr, to
be governor oflWuhuigttott territf**..
It i* generally under-toed that ih.
mandate isiued to ^*4-1E*J*-
ereau against the knights, of labor will
be withdrawn. "  ,
Dispatches from London ■
vast crowds of poople artmevisi'towards Hyde Park, when the anti-
coercion meeting ii to l» heid. •■■<-»•'■
The Salvation Army, wWU pdtad.
ing the street* of Q*-bec l*sts*i*lng,
were attacked by a mob s»d ut**aof
their number seriously injund^.,. >■
Secretary FairchUd apyoialisl. Win.
Gavift, of Evaniyille,, Ind., to,.,***
A^r'^V.^1^
Fred. Shirmer, ucritai/of tisflull
issociation.of the Independent Order .
of Red men at San Fi-aacisco, hai die-
appeared witli 120,000 of th* order'*
fund*.       i -■   ll"   :-".'«'■
A telegram icowtly received fmm
St John'* uy* irJkbl*' n*w*"hu
reached thar*; of th* uf*ty *t sh*
sealing steamer Eagle. Sh* wis u*n
by tht stumer Aurora eu the tst\ last.
A itory hu bun started in Washington that the president ut up all on*
night playing poker. His, brother, t
clergyman, wrote to him nprotehlng
him. In reply the president denws
the whole thing.
I A rumor is1 in mrouWion in New
York thit Rev. Dr. Burtull, ruts* of
Epiphany church, iaai-met with ft*
fate of Dr. Curran, and hu b**n sn*-
nended for ten days, for attending th*
McGlynn demonstration Tuuday
night. ■ y*
The customs offloi«ls on thaTwdw
have received new ahd strict <**-»
from the government in relation to tk*
examination of ft*- bsgng* of pu-
sengm coming into Cauda ft***) ft*
United State*,' Th*M»
ue similar to thou enfi
United Statu authorit'u at Niw
with regard to steamship piiiinltn
from foreign conntriu.
'I ",'•
Mr. T. C. Bmhard, pabth lelml
teachs', Norlnd, writui "Dirhg ft*
fall of 18811 wu auch trotUsd with
Billicusaess and Dyspepsia, a*d aart *t
the time wu unable to sttwd t* ft.
duties of my profeulon. Northrorf t
Lyman's Vegetable Dlicovwy aad Dys-
peptic Gun wu reoomaiadsd *> aw,
and I bin mask pluun I* statttg that
I wu sntlrely eurwt by using on. betlla.
I have not had an attack of my old oob-
plsint since, and have (sissd Sftssn
pounds ia weight'' li    " ta
w Minn
ifororf by ft.
• at N.w York
Wholesale imyiaitct.
Beet,    per Utlta...
Pork        •'
Motion     *       ,,.
Hldes(*r'n)''   •     -
Potatoes    "
Turnip.     "        ..
Carrot.      "        ™.
Parsnips   ■<
Beets        '•
Cabbage     "
Onions      "  i     m.
Apples      «
Peain        "        ...
Wheat       "    iw*
Out. '•
Pens " '      MS
Hay,      per Um 	
Butter (rolll) per Hi.....
Cheese, « .-.
Ksrs,      perdos.  ....
Oeesfl,    - esen    ".i...
Dueh.   , -   I' •—
Chlckuus,
~.~llll    *U
r; ,8 ie
.... on   »tt
88
Turkeys, per lb      'i,
Cora wood (retell) pei
pereuri-. \m,
i«
ll is
Id It*
18 I
f * d
IS i
)8 \
*m I
IN
*0»
Jos. Boeudin, H. D„ Hull, P. Q.,
writes: Dr. ThOmai' Eoleetrie 00 '•*•■
msnds a larg. Increasing sala which' It
richly msrits. I have alwiyi Uut it
exoeedingly helpful, I use it la *11 erne
of rkenmathm, u well u fnctaiu s»d
dUlocations. I msde um of It my-ll te
o.lm the pains of a broken leg wltk dts*
locstion of thi foot, ind hi two days I
wa, entirely relieved of tbe pel*."
 __ 1—1 .,    Lil, i   iii-t-s-lsasuu
Jobprlntuigof sll kind! ***s*r«u-*
•t theCoLomu* offlo*. Mcu«*jllk*
found lower than at any .*ft>. *s|u kt
the provinoe.—itrfe.  '      .'■'.".   ' -,
Drill Shed.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
■■ mm_m_mtmm       :■■'.*.' ■" i
MONDAY, llth
Horace Ewitigt
NKwrifouteMeiWiti.
■     t  . '- ■ '   ■ '■"-  ■  f.   i.)   ein
18 First-ClassArtisis.tB
mun BiswiB * locia
■jiiai MtKW ■iiir.H sekiu **>
Lyal'. Book .tore, ' *#R
I '■'■ failg $ritwh tolttmbian
, April II, IM.
More *ttont DUallowance,
Manitoba newspapers still come
to -sis festling with  disallowance.
Th* question of competing railway
linu is even more important there
than  it  is  on the Pacific coast
-   Here we have competition by water,
but Manitoba has no water outlet
and no avenue of intercourse with
""Be otftmde world thst is not con-
trolled by the O.P.R.    Opinions
'are quit*  unanimous on the vast
Importance of permitting competing railways,  and  nearly  unanimous also upon the tact that the
Dominion government has no right
to disallow provinoial oharters in
either Manitoba or British Oolumbia on the strength of the monopoly
clause of tha 0. P. R charier.   As
tha. subjeot is one of vast interest
to the people of this district, we
•hall quote somo of the opinions
expreised.   It should be remarked
that th* exemption of Manitoba
from the operation of the monopoly
clause mean* likewise the exemption
of British Oolumbia; for the ground
ot exemption it precisely the ground
claimed by this journal, .-namely,
that the federal government could
not Uke away from an organised
provinoe; without, consent, any pri-
vilsga watered  upon  it by the
British North Amerioan Act   The
Brandon Times saya:   "While we
yield to none in the advocacy of the
general policy of the Conservative
government as a whole, we do say
that we think the time has come for
'that government to give up that
part of ita policy referring to the
monopoly  olause of the 0, P. R.
.** * * In view ot the weight of
legal opinion being in favor of con-
iteuing thi* monopoly olause as not
embracing the old province of Mani-
■ tob*j we. think the government has
* right at least to discontinue the
disallowance of ' oharters for local
railway* in that particular part of
the province."   'The "old province
of Manitoba" refers to that part
whioh wu under a provincial constitution when the 0. P. R charter
.'wa* granted.    The Brandon Sun
uyi:  "If the  contention of the
Timet is eorraot, that the old proviso* of Manitoba will have now the
right to build   railways running
•outh, we shall be utisfied."   The
POrtOge Tribune aaya: "The Conservative candidates in Manitoba were
eleoted  on  their distinct promise
ftat they would vote for the abro
gation of this olause, and under
these   circumstances  we  consider
that the time haa oome when the
government should discontinue to
diullow  ehscters granted by the
local houae for railroads in any part
of the old province."   The Winnipeg Sun says:   "It was stated yes-
*f*W to a gentleman who ought to
know, that the Dominion govern*
ment would oonsent tb forego the
policy of disallowance, but would
ut a period of probably two yean
before any line should be built. This
will not da   Nothing but the absolute surrender ot our admitted right;
nothing bat the unconditional relinquishment ot what the Hon. Mr.
White   admitted   yesterday,  and
which he ha* always maintained, is
0*r constitutional prerogative.should
be aoeepted."    The Toronto Globe
uyi:  "By the bargain mode with
tM company and ratified by parliament tba government ire bound to
diullow charter* for railroads con-
Meting with  the  United States
within any distriot that was outtidi
ot tha distriot of Mtnitoba when
ft* bargain with the 0. P. R was
m»oV" Th* Montreal Gazette, wliich
is the organ of Conservative opinion
in ft* aut, ind especially the organ
of the Hon. Tho*. White, after
pointing out that Brandon is not
within tha limit* of old Manitoba,
bat in ft* "added territory," and,
fterefore, lubjeet to the monopoly
el****, thai r*l*r* to th* letter id
dre***d by ft* railway department
to ft* Brandon oouncil: "The que**
tion of dissllowance of railway
«h*rt*n within the old boundaries
ot Manitoba exclusively is tn en-
tlroly different thing. That is a
q***tion of polioy, and in no w*y
either a legal or moral obligation.
It wai adopted with the view of
••curing the construction of the
Une north of Lake Superior, an ob
jeet *o important as fully to justify
it. But there is no obligation to
eontinoe it longer then m»y be
M*MUry for tb* reaaonable develop-
SMtrt of trafflo along tli* north shore.
I Sir Co*rle* -Tupper, when minister
, ot railway*, in 1884, when explaining ft* loan propouls to the house
ot oomnons, stated that the oom-
plotton ot tbe line north of lake
Superior would render unnecessary
the further oontinuance of the policy of disallowance. * * * What
***• *•»•**• t» Mot ont in the mean*
tuiTtt Ike AMnction between the
U|*l obligation, binding upon the
 the
the
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
Tbli powder nover varies. A marvel of
purity.strenethand wliolosomcncss. More
economical than the ordinary kind*-,, and
cannot be sold In competition with the
multitude of low test, short, weight slum
or phosphate powder***.. Bold only In cans,
RoVMBAELftJ hOWPKK CO., IW Wall HI.,
New York, ttely
New Westminster
qneetion of polioy; ind to remind
"inm.
titory of the prov-
Th* fact that the letter of
Jb-Sm tm addrwud ft tha coun-
itovWai* oity ot Brandon, situitod
fSt'tfMa-^aft
I U support of iu con-
Wa think every one will
fRaf our position oh disallow
ia sustained bjr very exofllent
Italian.
MM. TJ
mHE UNDERSIGNED INTEND OPEN*
± Ing Marble Works ln New Westminster In a few days. Parties In need of anything In our line will do well to see us
before ordering elsewhere.
We Intend keeping on hand a good
assortment of
Monuments,
Head Stoneii
Mantels,
Baptismal Fonts*
Urns, etc.,
Which will bo offered at the lowest possible prices.
RUDGE & MONCK.
New West., April 4, lm. dap-lc
Delta Stock Yard.
LADNEB'S LANDING.
mHE FIRST AUCTION SALE OF
Will be held in the abovo Yard on
Wednesday, llth Hay, 1887,
For whioh the following entries have already been received :a
IT ailcfc Cows, with and ln enlf;
TsVyear-old Helfe.il
5 9-year-old Helton A Hteersi
1 yoke of Work •sent
» Marcs In foal;
S Work Howes.
Also, 1 nearly new Brantir»Hl Self*
Bladen 1 No. 12 Oslwrae Helf-Bloder,
6-ft.cut, In working order; nnd a useful
assortment of Implements.
Further entries may be made to the undersigned, the particulars of which will
appear In future advertisements,
H. N. RICH,
Auctioneer.
Ladner's Landing, Maroh 28,1887.     ■
dwmh2tlto
Canadian PaciJc
RAILWAY.
FRESH WATER TERMINUS
City of New Westminster I
IMPORTANT
Auction Sale
—OP—
city mnm
—AND—
GARDENS.
A PUBLIC AUCTION WIU. TAKE
plaoe at the Colonlnl Hotel, la
the City of New Westminster, on
Saturday, 23rd April, 1887,
At 8 o'eloek in the evening, when thi
following Lots will bs submitted to publie competition, In accordance with
"Land Ssle By-Law, 1884," and amendments thereto, vis.:
OOVERNMENT OFFICE GARDENS.
Block A.
Lots 3,14, IS, IS ft SO.
VICTORIA GARDENS-Block B.
Lots 8,4, 8, 0,8,9,10,11, 12,13,18,
19,20, 30, 35 ft 86.
ST. PATRICK'S SQUARE-Block D.
Lati 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, IS, 21, 22,
23, 24, 28, 26, 27, 28,20, 30,31, 32,
83, 84, ft 85.
ALICE GARDENS-Blook E.
Lots 8,0410.
CLINTON PLAOE REBERVE-Block F
Lots 1, 2, 8, 9,11, 14,18,16,17,18,
19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28,
29,80, 81,33, 34,35 ft 86.
ST. GEORGE'S SQUARE-Blook H.
Lot* 14, 15,16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 24,
25,26,27,28,29, 30, 31,32, 34, 35,
30,37,88,39,40,41*42.
ST. ANDREW'S SQUARE-Block K.
Loti 16, 17,  24, 25, 26, 27,28,83,
34,36,86,37*38.
IsTThe LoU are inertly 66 by 132 feet,
TEBH8~S9U per eent. on the fall of the
hammer; Wi per eent. in three months;
and the balance of the purchase money In
six months Irom date ot sale.
By order,
JAKES A. BOniNSON.
HACK FOR HIRE;
rE DND*DRSIONEi) h.s established
htmaal! In the Olive* NewWestminster with I FIBST-CLJlisI
COVERED CARRIAGE,
Truck Is ape* for B**a|e*ie*ts al
very saederale Charies.
Orders left at the Oolonlal Hotel or sent
by telephone, will be promptly attended
to day or nljht. Stable next H. Elliott'.
JOS. GATES.
Telephone Ho. sf.     —      mylte
NOBTH
Cltr Clerk's Office,
raw Westminster, Sth April, UR.
dajpM
ISIMCE
capital, $3,000,000;  Losses
Paid, 148,000,000 j,
™""""™ -       ,-- •
Katnt>ll*l>«a -a.*>0**>
Rates as Low as any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
ar Risks promptly taken, and Losses
satisfactorily adjusted.
T.R. PEARSON,
doc7to (B.O.S.*P.Co.lAOENT.
SiTOTIOB.
To the Stasis-holders of the Neus Westminster Bos Company, Limited Liability. I
A MEETIBQ OF THE NKW WEST*
/I nilu-iirGM Company will be held
ot Rand Jgbs.'s'Office on Hmisa, Hay
Sa*, 1881, at 8 o'clock p. to., to tike Into
consideration and vote upon the Increas-
iMof the Oapital Stoek from t85.O0O.OO to
'       '       o. Ij. MILNE, President;
SS. DOUGLAS,
J. Ij. STAMFORD,
'  J_l i.:             .          Directors. .
New Westminster, March 21,1887.
*,...,...,-....      dmbitltd	
Tt.inm Cau Ho. 6.
; P.O. In 71
■ VlO'li
INDUCEMENTS
HOLIDAYS
next 15 Hays,   ,
ALL DEW 030DS,    MSB1S
BUYING FROM THE HANUFAC-
turers for cash, I am in a position
to soil at bottom prion, My Goods sre
marked in plain figures and the price*
hive not bee* pnt up to msst the discount take* off. Call and as* prioes before purchasing olsswhere.
ttr -Fine Wateh Repairing a Specialty.
Jewelry made to order.
F. CKAKE.
WATCHMAKER
Opposite tiii Ban*.      .  dw-del8to
JOHN S. COX,
WNTt* A DEAUI III
Fancy jjf Poultry
IT COSTS NO MORE TO KEEPODOD
Fowls than It does to keep poor Fowls.
My Breeding Pens are equal to any tn
the united htates or Canada.
I propose to famish Eggifrom premium
and flrst-class Fowls, my design being to
establish a reputation tbat will Imi.
VARIETIES OF FOWLS;
Whit* Cr.s'« Blaek Pall.li,
Blaek Ifaalsk,
La*sjska*g,,
• La FI.ek.i
Vl-r.s- Spaiagl.* Hasakarf k,
Whit. ••* Br.wa L.gh.raa,
H*»*aas,
|jlf kt Brakasaa,
Pit a.m.,,
Plysantk BMk,
P.rlrl**. 0**kl»,
R.n.n »* Ayla.kary Da.k.,
Taalaass O.....
BMIUSUMM IUIIH.
Cash must accompany all order..
Addreis, with stamp,
dwMto 9  NewWestminster.
PIANOS
—AND—
ORGANS
THE UNDERSIGNED has
just received a large consignment of
Pianos and Organs,
Which he will sell cheap. These
instruments may be purchased
for cash or in monthly instalments, to suit purchaser. Call
and get my figures before purchasing elsewhere, and it will be
to your interest.  ,..
. Second-hand Pianos and Or-,
gans for sale or to rent. ,
Instruments may be 'seen at
Mr. D. Lyal's Book and Stationery Store, Columbia Street.
T. I. PEARSON*
WM McCOLL,
general Uu.i,t!
■ ■. •**
Dry Qoods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries & Provisions.
LDHDBOM'S BLOCK, Oolumbia St.
         _ dw-ouiltc
WUT HAMMOND
NtJRSERY
Fruit Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits,
And OARDEN STOCK on hand in great
rarlety.
Everything flrst-class and furnished In
good shape.
dw-delstc
G.W. HENBY,
■_ Port Hammond, B. C,
WALSH'S
TAILORINU
EMPORIUM
Ce'MMa St*, Hew Westminster.
HAVING JUST RECEIVED OUR NEW
Fall and Winter Stoek, wo Invite In
spectlon of the finest selection of
■stgllsk. SeaMiJBensia*, Frank,
SUITINGS v&n
Ever shown In New Wostmlnster.   For
a GOOD FIT and artlstlo style we defy
competition.
dnoStte THOS. WALSH.
Look Here!
|F YOO 'VAST TO  MAKE  A NICE
PRESENT
To a friend or relative, go down to STIR-
SKY'Hand look at some ol those extra-
*r*l*ar-r barsal.s In
laVilei* lid dentlcmen'i Gold and
Sllrer Wilrkei, Ckslm,
(.haras, etc., etc.
Or If you want a nsefnl ornament for your
honse, examine those beautiful May
slltkng Cssskl, with cathedral gongs.
He ls selling at BOTTOM PRICES.
WatekM, from $5 upwards, nll warranted
good'
ie Walck Beaalrlaga Sfeelalsy, and
workmanship guaranteed.
or Remember the  plaee-tbe "Blue
Store.''
dwantyl       Columbia BU, New West.
GUARDIAN
Insurance Com'y
OF LONDON, ENG.
Total Funds, 118,000,0
UTABUSHCD 1031
Btska Taken at Rates
as Low as any other
Reliable Comp'y.
T. R, PEARSON,
dome!  . (a c. s. t v. Co.) agent.
j,i ;.,,!';.•—! -,      ., '	
WE. AUSTIN,
General Merchandise!
Alarg.Aasortm.ntor
DRY GOODS
-AND-
GROCERIES
ALWAYS OM HAND.
KCa-jr and. Feed.
T   WHOfjKSALB AHD tlKTUL.
'W**k ASB f,kl BUIVKMIS T*
Ainr put *r Tai c-rrr.
,,w^W,w9f'*«eid*lly,esoept8un*iy«,
to Wirt Moody, carrying H.M.8. malls.
.  Asoollquorortobaeoolsused weonnby
temperate habits aad oarefnl economy
s*r»• th. public at Hpeelally low rates.
CHARLES MURRAY,
CLAHKSON BTREET,
Opp. Registry Ofllce, New Weit'r.
Bouse, SigQ ud Oraamnial F^niiag.
PAPER HANGINC, CLAZIHO, KAL80MININC, «0.
WALL PAPER.
iJffl* l-ffaest assortment of Wall Paper
in llio City, compilslng newest patterns,
alwayunhnnd ut bottom prices. 8am-
~"im A Co.'s
ia***** at
dselKe
')es on view nt  T.  It. Pearson A Co.'s
mm, Columbia Ht.   Paaer kai
specially low rates. "^
Wood and Coal.
THE SUfiSORIBBR HAS ON HAND A
large quantity o(
BEST WELLINGTON LUMP COAL
And an assortment ot
CORD WOOD,
Which ho will sell at lowest rates. He
will alf<o promptly attend to all kinds of
Orders lea at Mr. McColl's store on Columbia street, or at my house, Douglas
street, will meet with prompt attention.
HENRV ELLIOTT.
New Westminster B. O. JlylOto
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail
DRUGGISTSI
Kew Westminster, U. 0.
dwmhioto
WANTED
PURCHASEUH FOR
Marine & Stntlonarr Engines, Boll*
ers, Pumps, Inspirators, Id*
lectors, etc.,
8t«nm Fitters', (jus Filters' nnd Plumbers'1
Brat's nnd Iron ('noils, nil kinds of Hia*
lug Muchinrry, Air Com pressors. Ingersoll Rock Drills, Hoisting Machinery,
. Drill  Htcel,   Mn--hln'<ry Htecl,   Picks,
•Hhovels, Iron A Htcel Wire Hope, Rubber Hose, etc,
Knllwny A* Coulracinrs' (iimrai imp*
8lies* Kcmpers, Cur-s, Angle and
nr Inm iimisK'tJ, (.'row-tm rs, Portland
Cement. Kootliifr Pnper, Ilullillng
Puper, Flrc'pronf Roofing ■.'cmcnt.etc,
Iron A Wiio«l*«iirlilii«: Itliicliinrry*
fihuflhijr, Pulleys,('Iuh'Ijs. Lutlics, Pinners, Lcnthcr llflilmr. 'I'm Plate and
CorruKnted Iron KIIhiwm, Axp, Plek,
Fork nnd Ilninmci* Hnudlos, Best
White OiikS-gn!.. ID-Kill., 1,-,-gnl, 80-gal.
Kegs, Oen*>L. Wood A son's oelebmted
New York Viinilsli-H, Chnpninn Sons A
Oo.'h Fish Unit (00 kliulK), Ono new
MnirsMnrc, One new i-iiol Tniile.—Apply
to F. WELCOME McCRADY, „_
Meohnntcal Drnuglitsmnn * Contractor.
e*W Plnns nnd Hpcclilcnllons for Boats,
BulldlngH, Machinery, et<-,, cnrefully prepared. McKenkib Ht. :
Now Westminster. B. C, Jun. JiB, W.
dwjnajtc
The British C^luaibian
..JF- Jl. ^ Su
ix*x-*xx-r-m-o)
ColumUa St>; law Wet-^iiiBsttir, B. C.
IN 80p SHARES OP ,$BQW$V- 7'
Fast Steam Presses,
j ".•)
"I take only one English weekly papor,
The Bjxctator, nnd one Canndlttn, 7%e
Week, und ns n rule I should he pm-xled to
suy which I should miss must''—From a
letter by Thomns Hug lies, author or "Tom
Brown's Bchool Days."
The Week:
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' the following letter (*>p«retlU t*M
London Times:
WIU you grant me spM* to explain
'. .:.::■• what, I think, should both* tht
thj...» to be done by • girl or women
•*l'o-.e. dre a hss: oaught flre, and «lml-
li::,-,* llio first duty ot any one who got*
Ichor I'.'stsuat ,,,
A r-in or woman who meet* wltk till*
eccl-lcnt should immediately He down on
tlio floor, and so anyone who got*to
her nssi-tanoo ahould Instantly, If she
ctlll be eroot, make her lie down, or It
ncodful, throw hor down ln * horizon**!
position, ond keep her ln lh
Bpr-.iks fly upward, and Hi	
Ignition from below mount* with fl	
rapidity; and, as a result, well known to
exports, th* totality or dtiflgurement* la
thoso lamentable eases I* due to the
burns IhQioted about, the, body, nwk,
noo and head, and not Injuries to tt*
lower limb*.
Kow, the very momtnt that tk* ptnm
whose olothes ara on nr* Is ln a horl-
sontal position on a Sat surfao*,th*
flames still ascend, but only Into the air,
and not enolreling their victim. Tlm* I*
thue gained for further aotion, lid In
such a crisis in eight against Or*, tm
seconds are precious, hay, priceless.
Oace tn the prone position, the person
atllicted may crawl to a ball-poll or to .
door, so as to clutch at the one or open
tho other to obtain help. Ih* draught
Irom atfopoB door lntothe rbomVhtald
fstn .tp- Iwr the It***-, It (D*, (way
.rot* tho Body.
Or again, atill crawling, tb* *taT*r.r
may be ablo to seoure a rug or table*
cover, or other artiole at hud, to smother ony remaining flames,        as -
I say remalulDK Same*,' tor « soon **.
the liorlsontal position lsissumed they
lmvo no longer much to feed upon, and
may either do out, as tha phrase ls, or
mai- be accidentally ar InUnUouIly ex-
tinirulalicil as the person rolls or move*
tip^-n I lid Hoot'.        ;' B
stit.Jui-v- mulcted Is mlBlmlfldT
,        li- BTuutol the copdltioni not being -
tltose'of self help, but of neslstwot from
another, lr It boa man who comes to the
rescue, having lirst and Instantly thrown
tim girl or woman down, It Is easy to.
take off Ills coat and so stlfl* tb* diminished tlamos v,lth this or aome other
suitable covering, the flame* playing
now upward from tb* lower limb* or
lower part of the bodyot tbo prostrate
'ello-v-oreaturo. ,; j   I;
lilt bo a woman who. rushes to gtva
•id, th'* last-named condition suggests
tliat tho tu or mod* ot tendering Itl* to
approach the sufferer by the head, and
l.iii-t something thenoe over th* lower
part of tho body, tor feu of sotting flro
to It rsolf.
If, in these fetrful Mold-nt*. the borU
gonial position be assumed or enforced,
thor would he, In short, oompsratlve
Immunity and limited Injury. If not,
what must happen? The lire will mount;
tbe tlamos (and lt ts theso whieh do th*
1 Jury) will envelop the body Inside tnd
outside tbo olothes, and will reaoh th*
nook and. bead, and then, Indeed, they
mar be smothered by » coat or wrapper,
or rug, while tbe victim I* frightfully
disllgured or ls doomed to perish.
For many year* I have urged that*
views while lecturing on lnjurle* trom
burns; and once I had an oocsslon to
illustrate them practically, tbough la •
compurotlv ly trivial aooldont
Bome dressing* ot • very Indammable
Character oaught flro at tb* bedside ol a
patient In on* of my surgical ward*;
they were promptly seised by * student,
who threw them Into the middle .of the
ward, and endeavored to stamp out th.
Iluming material. But this containing
IwnlHii and reeln adhered to his boots,
•ml It s legs ss he danced about were
gutting uncomfortably hot
To lit. astonishment, and to tk* undoubted surprise of every on* In light,
I caught htm by tb* collar of bl* ooat,
nud tripped up hi* leg*. Instantly tho
(lame* became harmless, and war* ex-
lingulshod by •mine throwing • Jug of
water on them. i  .-•.*- 0
I hav* often thought thit on th* tP>
nroaoh of the Winter lesson thareshould
Ih, st every aohool, wheth« board, voluntary, or private, whether for girl* or
boys, an address, If notan actual demon*
Htratlon by meu* of suitable model*,
pointing out what ihould b* don* la
tliese -peolal calamities.
II two upright models wer* prepared
«llk^aod*lmult*neo*^*MoalIr*,*n
being thrown down after two *eooad*
and one after thirty seconds, or *t any
other two different time*, th* mmorlw
of children would raodv* a luting, *nd
It night be »«*rvtet*tl*, *a**w**lo**.
:   tA~nta*A»nntjitmaf .- >
raoToauLm**.   **i
"Otfi*r'tm doitan. Sit «rt tt*»
n«o\riiipiou»yonb»tt,ltlilafc''.
I'll be retdy In*momtnt,     . .-» '
And we'll Uk*him, In*wink.    »i
.-ring In baby-  WIUy*uk»ddUs>l
Hitt'iig In -our lap, and—Nol"
Ah I Iieel-Thanwe'Utritottala'
Int-blltU.liJ*bolj*lr.-l*oC.      i
nm. that'a <■**.—• H-sgbo, tlto,
Oolng to tak* • littl* rld*r^
Want to M»tb* pretty blrdyf    ._
(What rm r**djT»tJpoo*MO I
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-ffOMCrlAMIB. ./*?■■-*•_
», good nun&pl**** rate* him Up
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(Thttv ri-htr-kNo tb toO-'Oood
jrstoady^^vwUda-iMyr-j'
■*ai*|ht1kta,ilMtlMac«tttSyl!
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ssWlllHBMsna **»Tl**>«*.'-,-
Oeorge Bancroft, th* hlitorlan, bu
with bim at Washington a i     "*    *
t.r,abc*uUfulflr.*ftw*
bom In Germany, *Bd U*
countiy all h»r III*.
Bhe 'hu never hm tn Ots VtSMt
State* until wnr, Md
&&R**ffi£f£**»
Hr. Bancroft, Instead of *mj
teacher for her, get* up «t 7 In t
Ing, lake* • «p ot mb***«*oV
f-o»**f*M^}ff*
took tho ooronstlon Mth, I* In » private
library In Kngland.
It fit • manuscript ot th* font mt>
gcllsts, written on vellum.
JAPA5E8E ABT IK HEW TOM.
A HpMtaela Which K*JKf*M«t* Have Ever
•sen om This gMaafth* W.ter.
That everything thit I* worth seeing
ran be seen In New York, ls not t truism;
butttls true that there are many thing*
that are worth observing that are not
generally Been.
But a limited number of persons are
•Ware that there are two rooms ln one
of the Japanese manufacturing and
trading companies thst truly represent
• miniature house, and which are
finished, furnished and decorated in the
trueJupnnesestyl*.
Thohousols thework of* lint-class
mechanic ot.ToUo. An ascent of Ave
(taps brings on* to thb outer door, whlcb
I* of hardwood and sliding, a* Indeed ua
all tho Japanese doors, which move with,
out a creak or Jar.
J ltd* door leads to tho reception or
"tea" room. Th* celling Is oon-
■truotedof woven bamboo variegated,
■mokod and natural. Along tbe hardwood walnsoottlng there Is a border ot
lacquered wood and ths wall* ar*
covered with paper ln gold »petterwork ot
•(oft, Artistic tone.
Thereto nothing nailed to th* floor,
but.under.tht.feet Is matting which
feels unusually soft and springy. This
matting I* laid on a cushion or bed of
*tf*w about six. Inches thick, and bv
closed fa cloth, and corresponding ln
The shu of a Japanese apartment ts
never given In feet or (none*, but Is
-Mid Hies room of so msny mattings,
•nd a matting ls generally understood to
Moment a apace ot three by ten feet.
The window to the reception-room Is
Vide ot rloe paper tasked ol glass, and
give* Just as much light as though constructed of the latter material, although
lt Is of • softer tone. In Japau lt Is
customary for only the richest class
to *>»*» rloe-p»per windows In their
dwellings.
This room contains • sldelidnrd upon
Whicli there »ra w»t*r bottles and lea
! oWdleai Wltito idirneath there ls a set
otlacq*** -rare tor rice aad other soft
food, MtfpMc-iialn ware for meat and
fish. j
In tha etmtr* ot the room there stand*
• bronse fire-box containing a bed of
Mho* ot fern leaves. When it Is desired
t» have a fire some charcoal ls placed
on thoso ashes and kindled In tlie open
air, and alter tk* amok* escapes lt Is
returned to tha room ud throw* out •
goodhe»t   ;,,    ...   >
Between the te»*room and tho parlor
•re hand-painted silk-front sliding doors,
which can bo opened from either aide.
Theoelllug and walnecotUng of tlie parlor are of various hard woods, the wall*
•nd floors being covered similar to those
Ofthe reception-room. .'.->'
', Here, of course, is fonnd an Incense
burner aiul bronze smoking set*. But
few ornaments are visible.  On opening
• oupboord, however, in one oornor of
the room, various curios ore found.
This is tho prevailing custom in Japan,
•nd tho mistress of the hou-*. clut.iges
the ornaments from time to time, putting those not in uso In the cupboard.
On statu occasion*, however, eke dlu-
IJliyslior entire oolleet'on.
'■«. About the house aro scattered • number of small windows with a panol of
fretwork, with bamboo shades. There
are not any chairs tn the house, tlieir
place being supplied by oushlous.
Ia on." part olthe parlor there ls a
raised platform which hi kept lor distinguished guest), and tha host Is sup.
pond to kneel before lt to Mnr*
them*
Th* woodwork and Interior finish aro
very simple, the doors and window-
frames aro without mouldings, and
there aro no mantel carving*. Bepeated
dustings and rubbing* havo given tothe
natural wood • polished surface and •
mellow tint.
The beautiful lacquer work, formerly
■o exteu«lvely manufactured by this
skilful people, and wbloh oould bn procured it to trilling • oost, Is now becoming rare; in fact, so valuable has this
old lacquer work become, that many
pieces of It have been returned from
Parle, Ntw York and other ut centres
to Japan to bt sold—IN. Y. Kill and
**•*»**_ ...
- So great Is the tafluenceof • tfMet-
mlnded woman on thoa* mound her
that It tt almost boondlees.
It Is to hir that'Mends oom* ln
seasons of sorrow nod sickness for help
snd comfort. One smoothing touch ot
I her kindly handiwork* wonder* In the
ftverlshihlld; • few word* Itt fall
from ber lips in the eu of* (arrowing
titter do muoh te rain th* load of grief
that is bowlng.lt* vlotlm down to the
dust In anguish.
The husband oome* home won out
wllh *.lw preasureotbiiiln.es, and feel-
lug irritable with the world hi general,
but whon he enter* tbo cosy elttlng-
rocm, and ans the blase of tha bright
lire and meet* hlswlh'* smiling face, ho
euecumbs Ina moment to the soothing
InBuouces, whioh set as tlw balm of
Ollsad to bl* wounded spirit,
Ths rough schoolboy Hie* In* rago bom
th* taunts of his companions to find
solace lu hi* mother's .mile; tho little
on*, full of grief with Its own luge
trouble; And* • taven of rest in lt*
mothor'* breast; and so one might go
on with Instances of the Influences thst
»iweet-inlnded woman' hu In th* social
Ufa * Ith whieh sho I* connected.
Beauty I* u Inslgulllclent power When
compared wtth her*.
li. suu
A Va-atUe **•«.'
lit uqulrlog Burruh, In*tond htegot
poasesCon ot vut forwt* of teak, which,
never plentiful In India, was blooming
commerdilly var>Jars. 01 aU th*
wood* grown rath* tut this 1* themoet
valuable. .
It ia neither too heavy nor too htrd;
lt does not warponpllt undor exporar*
to beat ud dampness; it contains *n
essential oil whioh prevents it* rotting
uitdtr wet conditions, snd at th* earn*
time nets *b a preservative to Iron ud
ri'pcls thedoslruotlvo whilo ants; It to.
•jltlml, a handsome wood of (*ver*I
rurl.ttaiot color Md|rilii,*Bdteliet ft
good polish.
,,       *j|»   uw
lOMUv* Utlta*.
. Old Ion lottor* ut muoh Ukt oold
"a^Iov* letter thrt telognplit » «*-
llghtfi* tlnirl* te tbo tip ends of th*
finger, ud to**, makes the heart thump
foet and oven wwras up the stomaoh
whm lint written, If read after theltam*
wliich Inspired lt bad died, possesses all
tbo flatness, itttenee* and nauseating
. quail'r tha* aro ln • porky beau broth
ihej/MlMfl, tn th* ntrlcerttor since
*Boupbu this «dv*n**ge-lt oan be
«*an*d ovtr, wkllt lovt letter* cannot.
-pie»;l»ton(»l».)Journ»l.
limltlat MSaOIrl May like,
A girl may b* spaaing tbo truth when
•<*^.IIIk*taatf*llow'*lmpudtnc*.*
-pi*w OrlMU Hoayune.
MM What thVdlrls think.
, ItlinoUmls.ortunolorayounglldy
to test k*r good **me when* nice young
lCWtS5..»*' ™« ""-
The following Business Directory relates
only to persons whose advert Uemeiita appear ln the Daily Colcmhiak. It has
been found true, as n rule, tbat persons
who advertise liberal ly are liberal in tlieir
dealings, and many persons make it a
rule to give preference In their dealings to
those establishments wlilcli atlvertisj
freely. Tbe following list Is urranged al*
pliabetlcallyi
LMOAl,,
T. 0. Atkinson ..Coluinliln hi.
W. Norman Hole Columliia Ht
C'nrbnulii * MoColl McKenzie Ht
nrnncli Oflloe at Vancouver.
MEDICAL.
Dr. H. M. Cooper clmrcli Ht
Dr.J.C. Hemlenwii Clillllwhnck, B.C.
Dr. I. M. Mcljuan MoKensle Ht
Dr. DeWolfe Hmltli Clarkson Ht
INSURANCE.
W. J. Armstrong [flre] Court House
H. V. Edmonds"... MoKensle Ht
W. SS. Kerrls [life * accident] Ferris hi.
T. a Pearson [flre A life] ...ColumblaHt
Rand Bros, (flro A Hfo].... McKensleSt
Branch Oflices at Vancouver A Vic.
Turner, Beeton ACo. [Sre] Victoriu
Woods, Turner A Onmblo
[ore, lifo A ucoldem] ColumblnHt
KEAL   ESTATE AGENCIES.
W. N. Bole Columbia St
Oorbollld A McColl McKonzie Ht
U, V. Edmonds McKenzie Ht
W.D.Ferris KerrlsBt
Capt. Pittendrigli McKensle Ht
Rand Bros McKenzie Ht
Woods, Turner A Gamble Columbia Ht
ARCHITECT, Ao.
0. H. Clow Olinton St
a. Vf. Urant. MoKcnzle Ht
CONTRACTOR* * DVILDEHH,
Ackerman Bros. .New Westminster
AUCTIONEERS.
H. N. Rioh Ladner's
T. 3. Trapp , Columbia Ht
AOENTS FOR MACHINERY, As..
Fraser A Lconnrd Vancouver
F, Welcome MeOnuly ....McKenzie Ht
BOOKS * STATIONERY.
D. Lyal Columbia
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
John Adams Vancouver
T. R. Pearson Columbia St
PRINTING A* RULING.
The Columbinn Steam Printing Establishment. ColumblaHt
STOVES A> TINWARE.
Jas. Cunningham Columbia Ht
H. M. Cunningham A Co ColumblaHt
HARDWARE.
Jas. Cunningham Columbia Bt
OAS FITTINGS.
Jas. Cunningham Columbia St
H. M. Cunningham A Co.. Columbia Ht
SEWING MACHINES.
C. J. Robson ColumblaSt
HARNESS, Ate.
Douglas A Deighton ......Columbia St
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
W. R. Austin .Front St
Jas, Cunningham....... Columbia St
C. Q. Major. ......Columbia Rt
Wm. McColl Columbia Ht
C. McDonougb Front St
DRY OOODS.
Bon Marohe  ColumblaHt
D. Drysdale A Co Colnmbia Ht
Jas. Ellard A Co Columbia Rt
Ogle, Campbell A Co Colnmbia 81
FURNITURE.
W. Prothero - .ColumblaSt
WOOD A COAL.
Henry Elliott [Orders left at W. McColl's]
DRUGS, Ice.
D. a Curtis A Oo  1 Colombia St
A. Peele *, Columbia Ht
DUTCHERS.
Robt. Dickinson Columbia St
WATCHMAKERS * JEWELER*
F. Crake i Columbia Rt
KNIIi.lir (v-lutnlila Ht
C. M. McNnugliten .....ColumblaSt
BLACKIMITHING  *   CARRIAGE
WORKS.
Thos. Ovens « Colnmbia Ht
Reid A Currie Colnmbia Ht
HOTELS.
Farmers Home [Holden] Church Rt
The Clarence [Richards] Victoria
PAINTERS,  *..
Chas. Murray. Clarkson Ht
BOOTS A, SHOES.
G. H. Grant A Co..... Columbia st
H. Kell Columbia Ht
Wm, Ross Columbia Ht
TAILORS.
D. Drysdale A Co Columbia Ht
Thos. Walsl Columbia Ht
BAKERY.
A. Diebel ....Front St
NURSERIES.
G, W. Henry Fort Hammond
E. Hutoherson Ladners
FANCY POULTRY, Ae.
Jno, H. Cox Royal Avcnno
MONUMENTAL.
Rudge A Monck New Westminster
NOTICE.
A LL PEI18UN8 INPKBTEI) TO THB
A Corporation nflliv Clly o( Now \Ve«i-
mTnitar for delinquent Tiuea uro litwby
nntlltnlthHtunliiKx payment Lt> nm-lo nt
the offloo of the city Clerk on or before
the 15th tiny of April next, legnl prweed-
Inl* Will be Itiken ror Hie recovery of tlio
Min*1,     DyUrtl-'i,
JAS. A. RODINHON,
dnihlMta C. M. 0.
THB   8TKAMER
"GLADYS"
UNTIL   FURTHER   NOTIOE   WILL
leave Wise'. Wharf, for
Cbllilwbai'k anil Wny Places
TUESDAYS & FRIDAYS
At? A.M.,
Returning tlio following days.
For freight, Ae., apply on tmnnl or to
W. MiVTHEHH,
dmhSlto On tbo Wharf.
Waodi, Tmor ft BamUe
UND SURVEYORS.
Flre, Life. Accident & Murine
Insurance.
jk.t---a-KtM-m
Dominion Express Comp'y, U.
Intern Cnnnillnn  fink Note.
nnnglit and Hold.
UOI.UM'.IA HTKEF.T,
Telephone*.,      xkw wuthhhstu,
<!r«7te
$500 REWARD.
FIVE HUNDKEI) DOLLARS UK-
wurd will be paid by the Hdvertlaer
for such Information us will lead to the
conviction of the peinon or persom who
recently uent lnftultlng anonymoun letter*
ln Ihe biiIkb of \ iilent ih«h to a number of
resident*, nf thin city. The namo und address of the advertiser may be had at thin
offlce.
New Westmlwter, March 12,1K87.
dm hi ami
NOTICE,
k  H1TTINO OF TIIF. COUNTY floVKT
A  nf Victoria will he hold at the Court
House, Covflolian, on  Wednesday, th.
lath day of .April next.
By Command,
•ino. nonsoN,
.j    ,   , .„     .    P-oylnolnlSecretary.
Provincial Secretary's Ofllce,
Mth Mareh, 1.87. dmbWd-
Wmt fHYiuttm In Auur rm
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
"Treatment by AbKorntlon ban for some
time been recognUed by Medical Men to
be the most ilmpio nntf effectual meant
of conveying to uiupKfied OiganB,"Cura-
tlveH," but ln eaeen id Kidney inneane and
Complnlnt» nuemlunt thereon, eueeemtful
treatment wiih pmollcably imptMilble un*
til the In trod net Ion of the Sturr Kidney
Pud. It eoste lean than a single prerrcrlp*
Hon and li Immeasurably more decisive
and effective than any quantity of internal
Medicinal dosing. Worn Immediately over
the seat of Dlneaie, It* curative properties
become absorbed by the dleeased and enfeebled OrfmnH,continuously and directly,
aa required to insure-in return their healthy action and original vigour. Itlieom-
fortAblg to the pafleut and pleasant In ite
effecte, aud cures when nothing elm ean,
Tho Starr Kidney Pod accomplishes positive, decisive resulti, A mure valuable
discovery ae a trae remedy for Kidney
Diseases was never made.—Medical Gautte
Tke Starr Kidney Fart, manufactured
In Toronto, li a permanent Mure cure for
diseases, disorders and ailments of tht
Kidneys, Bladder and urinary seeretlve
system, or attendant complaints, causing
pain in the small qf tite buck, tides,etc.,
{■reducing urinary- disorders, such as too
re<|iient-, scanty, difficult, painful or copious micturition. Inability of retention and
sedimentary urine, dropsical -mnptoms,
etc. denoting the presence in the system
of diseases common to the urinary secretive organs—known as gravel, catarrh of
tbe bladder and passages, Bright's dlseue,
diabetes, dropsy, piles, nervous debility,
etc Send for pamphlet to LANGLEY A
CO., Wholesale Agents, Victoria. Retail
ed by A. M. HERRING and D. S. OUR—
A CO.. New Westminster; T. MoN
LKY. Ladner'. Uodlnit' rf. MoDOVfELL
* 00., HASTINQH SAW MUX CO., THE
VANCOUVER UB1J0 CO., Vancouver!
W. E. MCCARTNEY A BRO., Vancouver
and Kainloons; J. B.LOVE..L Yale: VI.
R MEO AW, Priest Valley; H. CLARK*
CO., Kamloops. dwseSSyl
Firelfire!
TESTIMONIAL!
Vancouver, SSrdJwie, 1
MR. 0. ROBERTSON,
Ueproscnting Ooldle 4 McCulloch,
Gait, Ont.
Sib.—We the undersigned having witnessed the terrlblo flrewhlch wiped out of
existence tho young city of Vancouver,
on the Mh Inst,, have, afttr the flre, examined the safes sold by you, some of
which were put to the most severe test,
having been surrounded by large quantities of lard and bacon, and wo are pleased
fo testify to the remarkable maimer In
which overy Safe wild by you preserved
its contents, not only books and papers,
but also thousands of dollars In paper
money wero taken out In perfect condition. We can, therefore, with the greatest confidence, reoommcud them as thoroughly flre proof:
L. A. Hamilton, for the Canadian Pacific
Railway Company; M. A. MacLean,
Mnyor; John J. Blake, Stipendiary Magistrate' Rleh'd. Alexander, Justice of
the Peace; John Boultbee, Police Magistrate, City of Vancouver; Thomas Dunn,
Justico of the Peace; Imooc Johns, Col.;
Edward E. Rand, Real Estate Broken
It, Balfour, Alderman: John Rankin,
Real Estate Broker: Pither A Edson,
Royal Hotel; ii. F. Keefer, Contractor,
0. P. R,; J, W. MoFnrlodd, Port Moody,
to Vancouver and English Bay; P. C,
Innes A Co., Real Estate Brokers; A. W.
Ross, Real Estate Broker; Gravely *
Spinks, Real Estnte Brokers; K.C. Ferguson, Mgr. R. C. P. Mills. JeSOtc
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
Printing  Company
-    (IjUCITBD.)
ON THE 10TH OF JANUARY, 1M7,
tha Columbian Newipaper and
Printing Concern waa parehasid by a
joint itock oompany composed of citizens
cf New Westminster, to he known as the
"Britiih Columbian Printing Co.,
Limited." Tha concern lias been for
nearly a year owned and controlled by
the Hritish Columbia Stationery aad
Printing Company, of New Westminster.
Victoria and Vanoouver., Tli*. objeot of
llio nc-.v company is to cuntlnuu th. publication ofthe Bhitish Com/mbian news*
pnper nml carry uu a ucncrel printing aad
publishing concern, controlled entirely by
those i-lu-rc Individual interest lt will b.
t'i promote the development, wpeeially
of the Mainland; ' There will be no
slackening of the energy hitherto displayed in the management of tha establishment, and lit patrons m»y rery upon
receiving full vain* for th.tr money,
Ths Columbian will continue to be entirely Independent I* both Dominion and
provincial politics, and will devote Itself
to the advancement of snch schemes as
may be considered In the publio Interest.
The concern Is now entirely separate Irom
any other busineu," th* book ind
stationery establlshmMt In this eity
having been taken over by Mr. T. B.
Pearson, who will continue to carry lt on
in his own name snd for hts own bcue61.
It Is desirable that a dally newspaper
should be maintained ih tbla city, and
the new company asks for public patronage on the ground that It Is engaged ia
an enterprise c-.lcml.tcil to promote the
public welfare. It asks that the Columbian be judged on Its owu merit* and
supported only so long aa It* policy Is
enconalatt with Its profession.. In con*
•equalise of this business ohange all ao*
connts this ths conosm must b. settled
without delay so that tho books of th*
former oompany may h* adjusted and
closed. Address all communications ud
remittances to
D. ROBSON, Manager,
New Westminster, Jaa. SS, IM*. '•:.*£■ '■
$_,
u
IBTjxx-oiiro- Bocieit.—Another
inf? of the Now Westminster Building
Sooiety waa held in the Court Houu
Saturday evening. Very little im-
portant buainau was taken up. A
constitution waa adopted and the sd-
mission fixed at 91, and 60 eent* par
weok for dues after being admitted.
Another meeting will be held Wednes-
day evening.
"XjijKCjBBjBjs' Instituts.— The third
seaaion opened Saturday evening at 8
p. to.        -with      prayer*      as      usual.
Alias Davidaon read an able paper on
X>rimsa,i-y - Numbers. Some explanations were naked by Misa Armstrong'
regarding the teaching nf substrsc-
tiors. Mia. Davidson explained at
lentrth her method. A general diacua-
■ion followed, the following members
taking part: Miss Armstrong, Mia*
Davidson, Bites B. A. Davidaon, A.
Gilchrist, W. Ooatham, H. M. Strain-
berg B. A... D. Wilson B. A., and O.
HH. Dockrill. The chairman nest
called upon W._ O. Coatbam, who read
a paper upon First Steps in Beading,
giving prominence to the pbonetie
method. The following engaged freely
in discuaairg the merits and demerits
of thia system; A. Gilchrist, G. M.
Xsockrtll, fi. BC. Stramberg B. A., W.
C Ooatham. Tbe meeting was alto-
gether a profitable one, there being
25 members and visitors present. Thi*
morning's session opened at 10 a. m.
I>. Wilson. B.- A., read a neper on
"Vocal and Physical Culture, in whieh
he dwelt particularly opon the -slue
of good vocal training aod of physical
enltttre. Tbe following then : expressed themselves upon the subjeot:
JfisCiss Armstrong, the President, and
A. Gilchrist. Mia* Armstrong then
read a paper on educational system, of
considerable length and displaying
marked ability. BCany of the present
defects in education were mentioned,
and better treatment donned. Remarks were afterward made by the
President, J. C. McLennan, and R.
Hj. Ilesd. The afternoon session
« ■ pened at 2 p. m. BT. M. Stramberg,
IS. A., read a paper oh Educational
Ethics. A. lively discussion followed,
in whieh aeveral questions of mors!
bearing were treated by the .member*
present. Tbe question drawer committee -were then palled upon and the
following questions were reviewed:
When would you consider it wiss to
consider letter -writing? How would
yon teach square root? How woald
you manage large, indolent pupils?
It wss resolved that the next meeting
be held next Easter season. Votes of
thanks were tendered tb the exeeutive
committee for the able manner in
which they conducted the programme,
to the trustees for the use of the high
school building, and to T. J. Trapp for
apparatus for lighting, and to the Victoria, teachers, Blisses Armstrong and
Todd, for attending and assisting at
the institue. 21 members assisted st
thia session. The following additional
member* have been enrolled: Dr. O.
TH.   Cooper, and T>. McGregor.
.Personal.
Supt.  Roycroft is in the city.
W. El. E11U, of the Colonist, left for
Victoria to-day.
O. S. BCcKTaughten has been ill for
the last two-daya.
"W. A. Runiiil, inspector of boilers,
is at the Colonial.
Geo. Kidd, of the South Arm, wss
in   the city to-day.
It. Colliater, inspector of hull*, came
up on   the Yosemite.
Uncle Tom's Cabin Co., 13 in number,  are at the Colonial.
Airs. C. S. McNaughton returned
from "Victoria yeaterday.
Jas. Z. Hall, of Vanoouver, arrived
in this city this afternoon.
"W. H. Ladner, M.P.P., was a paa-
*enger on the Yosemite yesterday.
J. IK Gray, of Gray & Dumbleton,
shipbuilders, Victoria, is in the city.
H. McOatcheon, proprietor of the
Inl—stskd fiSentinel, cine down from Kamloops   yesterday.
"William O'Day, of the Uncle Tom
Combination, ia in the city. Mr. O'-
Day plays the part of Uncle -Torn in
to-night's programme. *
Miss Jennie McjNoil, of this city, hss
bought the Caledonia Restaurant on
Front st. It is Miss McNeil's intention to carry on the restaurant in first-
class style.
The following members of Unele
Tom's Cabin Co. arrived yesterday:—
Horace Ewing and wife. May Extell,
j&f rs I.. BCarlbourne, Geo. Kane and
wife. Bliss Georgia lane, J. Warren
Gelano, "William O'Day, W. J. Glee-
shen, Harry Turner.
A.t. the Colonial: O. F. Complin,
London, Ont. ; W. J. Camp, Montreal;
lb. Y. Ellis. J. P..Fee. R. Krskins.H.
jB. Roycroft, B. Vsn Volkenburg,
"Victoria; J. Orr, M. P. P., W. H.
Ladner, BI. P. P.; Horace Being and
wifo, Unele Tom- Co.; R. H. Benedict, Bloody; H. McCutcheon, Kamloops; BI. T. Caae, Rogers Pas*; W.
Southerby, ladner's; Ik Doll, Winnipeg; .P. W. . Mason. Toronto; 3.
Joynee, Vanoourer.
-A.t the Farmers Home: Alex. Ho-
Intosh, Port Haney; B. B. Adams,
Sapperton; James Bdwards, Ladner's
Landing; Robert Osks, Langley;
Harry Turner. W. A. F. Ramsey, W.
A. Winch, Victoria; J. H. Molnnes,
Jamea Prestidge, Surrey; Wm. Booth,
Ladner's; John Grant, eity; R. Alexander, Ladner'i; M. C. McKeen, Sapperton : Win. Rogsiter, Ingersoll.Ont ;
Oeorge Hume, Brownsvills; Wm.
Skews, Yorkshire, England; J. W.
Thompson. Chilliwhack; Johnson
Glsnvill, Langley; Mrs. Oolemsn.eity;
Miss Harding. North Arm; Miss B.
Hsrding, Blount Lehman.
At the Holbrook House: C. Wad-
hams, Ladner*; Wilson Mosher, Victoria; R. Colliater, Viotoria; J. Julieu,
"Victoria; Denial Williams, Victoria;
H. Franklyn, C. P. N. Co.; A. Stra-
meyer, C. P. N. Co.; Wm. Innis,
Langley; John J. Sharpe, J. Ounning-
ham, Sumas; - Wm. Cornfoot, Robt.
Lee, Bind Bay; John Roberts, Sums*;
Charles Martin, Boundary Bay; J. H.
Good, Ladners; BI. King, Comox; J.
Germain, Charleston Camp; George
Alexander, Westham Island; H. McCutcheon, Kamloops "Inland Sentinel"; A. Ross, Port Hammond; J. P.
Stamford, City; Mrs Sharpe .«* daughter, Scotland; Alex. Davis, Nantiooke,
BITanitoba;. Thomas Dnnhar, Jsrvi*.
Manitoba.
**•    Eastern Canada.
• Penon* Drowned- Disallowance
In Manltob»-Ihe C.P.B. Fl-
nances.
Ex-Premier Boss of Quebec has been
called to the senate.
It is rumored that Gabriel Dumont
will visit Winnipeg shortly.
Work on the new railway from
Woodstock to London is progressing
rapidly;
The Hamilton, Y.M.C.A. have secured 180,000'of the $30,000 required
for their new building.
Lord snd Lndy Lansdowne will visit
Toronto for three weeks in Hay and
occupy governmont house.
A Port Arthur deputation want*
subsidy to the Port Arthur, Duluth A
Western Railway and improvements to
harbor.
The financial return* of the Dominion show a surplus for tho put
nine month* of the fiscal yearof nearly
•1,200,000.
It is reported in Winnipeg that a
Brown-Greenwny coalition has been
formed for the overthrow of the Torquay government..
Ilie Newfoundland budget will, it is
rumored, show a deficit of 9760,000,
the largest portion of which has been
■pent in relief work to keep people
from starving this winter.
From an official source, which is believed to be' perfeotly reliable, it has
been learned that Mr. Norquay will
announce, upon hia return to Manitoba, that the Dominion government is
going to allow the construction of one
rosd to the boundary.
A reconstruction of the cabinet is
uid to be impending, lt is believed
Senator Lacoate, Chapleau's bosom
friend, will get a portfolio at the expense of iir. Cur-.11, who, it is said,
will be the new lieutenant-governor of
the Northwest. Meanwhile public in
tereat ia centered in Chapleau's specoh
st the banquet in Montreal.
Sir Geo. Stephen, being askod if the
Canadian, Pacific would apply to parliament at the enauing session for
financial assistance, replied, "None
whatever. The finances of the company are in a mott satisfactory condition." He stated that a faster steam-
chip service between England and
Canada would be established if the
government granted sufficient subsidy
to make the service pay.
'- Ths recent freshet at Ingersoll, Ont.,
destroyed King's mill dam, causing a
grest flood whioh awept everything before it, doing considerable damage to
the mill, taking part of it away, including the engine room, &c, also 10 cords
of wood: . It then struck with great
force a terrace occupied by four familiea, carrying the house 300 yards down
stream, leaving it a complete wreck.
It is believed that six of the persons
then in the house were drowned.
Per atr Dunsmuir, Irom Nanaimo, April
B-Mra Jordan, Mis. Barker. Messrs \V
Howe, MoClou.1, J Hoskins, Mitchell,
Per atr' Yosemite, from Viotoria, April
10—Mr* Semple, Mra McNaughten, Unole
Tom*. Cabin Co, D A McDonald, A
Nelaon, Krsklne, I Leber, RV Devlin, J
▲ Webater-Doak Bros. Alexander, Peters,
Booth, W. H. Eisner, MPP, Jordan, Fevo-
la, K Gouf**-, Bntherb-r, Royoraft, W A
Ruaael, R Colliater, Oapt Fletcher, B Van*
VOIkenburgh, H Franklin, A stramberg,
Smith.
Per atr Yoaemite, from Victoria, April 10
A M Herring, J Ellard ACo, W Hamilton,
Agent Dominion Express, D Lyal, Geo
Mead.Co.hn-.au, H Harvey, Hop Lee. J W
8, K O L * Co., K Joy A Co., K W 0, Luke
Pither, MoD Bros, M Hayes, Peebles A
Heckler.RCf Mills, RCnwsinan,Sulley
.tR.TR Pearaon, T Ovens, Van V, W R
Austin, W *8, w TFletcher, WV.Vc*
Co, W P. W Row, C T Cabins Combination, C * H, W T, Hudson.
PAOIFIO
Hew Westminster, B, G,
REID & CURRIE
HMrVFMTUItEIISa WPOttTnl OF
Farm Wagons,
Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons,
Carriages,
Top Buggies,
Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
Butcher Oarts,
Dog Oarts,
Dump Oarts,
Drays, Stages,
AND   EVERYTHING   IN   THR
VEHICLE UNE.
Second-hand 8UCCI J> EipMM W*g-
•■* for sale cheap.
Bepalrlsc. ftslatlic * Trlamlng
don* at reasonable prices,
BLACKSMITHINC
la all ItsBranoha*.   Estimates given on
Ironwork aad Oontraots taken.
H«ne*Shoel*M and General
Jobbing.
We also keep In stock to supply the
trade, Iran, Steal, Chains, Cumberland
Coal, Hone and Ox Shoos, Hutowi,
Iron and Steel Harrow Teeth, Carriago
Sprlnga snd Axles, and a complete atock
of Carrlase Hardware.
▲ lot of firat-olass Noif kl * ■•*•
row* on hand.
ear We hsve got the best workmen to be
had tn the country, and we Import nearly
sll th* .took we um from the east—eonse-
quently we oan offer Inducements to pur*
chaser, thai we eonld not bave done mm.
time ean. All material and work leavln*
the .nop will be ruaranteed to be Justus
represented. Ordera (ram tha country
promptly attradad to.
ewspllte Mio ft OUt-MII
Something New for B.C.
mWO SPLENDID ROAD STALLIONS.
A Irom tbe noted stallion "Almont,"
will arrive about Monday dlreot from the
East, Applyto J. CAMPBELL,
a ...      Opp. Joe Wise's Livery Stable,
dop7te Mew Westminster.
Tenders for Piling.
rnENDER8 WILL BE RECEIVED BY
.T... *t6 undersigned up to Monday, April
IBS*, Instant, at noon, (or Piling Lot 1,
Blook G. Plans and specifications can be
seen at the offlee of Mr, O. W. Orant.
aroWtect,McKonslest, ''
dap6td HENRV V. EDMONDS.
NOTICE.
WE HAVE APPLIED TO THB HON.
the Mlutstcr oflntoi lor for a license
to eut Timber on the soutliorn m acres of
an Inland on the cast side of Pitt River,
lying party In each of the following; sections of Township ,0, New Westminster
District, viz: sections 13.14,2:14 su.
BftUNETTK HAW MILL CU. L'ld.
W. N. DRAPER,
Hecretary,
NcwWcstu-lnstcr,7th April, 1887. dapDml
XTOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll I have mndo npp.ici.Mon to the UMef
Coram Isfllouor of Lands and Works, for a
licenso to eat r*."'' carry away timber from
land on the south side of Malasplne Inlets
In the Provinco of British Coiumbin, described an followti:
Commencing at a stake net nt the east
end of said Inlet; thenco forty [40] chains
south: tlienco In a north-westerly direction six hundred and forty {610] ohalns:
thence north to waters edge forty [-10]
chains, more or Iohh; thenee along water's
edge book to place of commencement;
containing one thousnnd (1000} ncres, more
orless,
A. A. BAXTER.
New West., larAprll, 1887. dn, 2ml
InTOTZCB.
VTOTICE IH  HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll wc have applied to the Minister of
the Interior for a license to eut timber on
the following described lands, situated In
the district of NewWestminster nnd Provlncoof British Columblu;
The North-east 40 ncres  of Section 86,
Township (1), one, in Group Ono.
The North-east 100 acres of Section 81,
Township [7], seven, in Group One,
The South-east 50 ncres of and island situated In seotlon 11, Township [40], forty,
ln Group Two,
ROYALCITY PLANING MILLS CO.
[Limited]
JOHN HENDRY, Manager.
New Westminster,B. 0„ April 5th, 1887.
         diipliml
NOTIOE.
IJIS HONOUR THE LIEUTENANT-
n Governor ln Counell has been pleas*
eulo order thnt—
1. A vacation of tho Supreme Court
shall be observed frnm Friday, the 6th
dayof April, 1887,until Tuesday, the 12th
day of April, 1887, [both diiten inclusive,]
and during such period no pleadings shall
bo delivered or causes held.
2. This rule shnll be cited us the ''Enstor
Vacation Rule, 1887."
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON.
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Ofllce,
7th April, 1887, dapgtd
YOUNG MEN'S
Christian Association!
in or HiauniEff
IN THE SKATING RINK at 8 o'clock
every Wednesdny night during March
and April. *
Tickets for Course $1, which gentlemen
may exchange for membership to June
80th, 1887, without oxiru fee.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL  IS:
DR. KENT will deliver an address to
young men only.
Admission free.
- IMPORTANT-
Auction Sale
10 BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION,
by the undersigned, on
T
Wednesdny, April 131b, 1887,
Commencing at 10 a. m., at the Farm of
Mr. John Latimer, Lu'.mley Prairie, the
following live and dead stuck:
1 span of Work Uorscsi good.
I 3*year*old foil.
1 Huddle Horse.
• Cews.
4 n-year-old Heifer and sir ers.
■ rear-old Calve**;.
1 wagon, nearly new; and sundry other
Farm Implements.
Tkrmi-i- -Undor $20, cash; over that amount, approved Joint bills, at 60 days without Interest.
HENRY DAVIS,
dwm.i2.t-d Auctioneer.
In tbe Supreme court or British Columbia.
In tho matter of tho Dominion Haw-miil
Company. Limited, a Company In Liquidation; nnd In tho matter of an act
of tho Parliament of Canada passed In
the 45th year of Hor Majesty's reign
Intituled an Aet respecting Insolvent
Banks, Insurance Companies, Building
Hoolotlos, and Trading Corporation*:
and an act of the said Parliament passed
In the 49th year of Her Majesty's
rclgn, C.4B, Intituled an Act to further
amend the said Aot.
JN   PURSUANCE   OP   AN    ORDER
made herein on tho iind day of Maroh,
J7, all  persons having claims againit
the Dominion Bawaiill Company are no*
titled to send In thoir claims to the undersigned, duly proved, on or before the llth
dayof April next, and In defatiltof their
io doing they will be debarred from any
share In tho lst dividend lo be declared.
JAMES C. PREVOST,      -
Registrar Supreme Court.
Dated Manh 28th, 1887. dmhsotd
ESTABLISHED 1875.
The West Shore
FBEB
For tho balance of 1886, Including th*
mammoth holiday number, to all who
subscribe now for 1887.
With the January Issue THE WEST
SHORE will begin Its twelfth yenr. Every
number contains original ll lustrations of
scenery, towns and industries ln the Pacific Northwest, equaling in exeolloneethe
best productions of Eastern miuMilnes,
The contributed articles, general litem*
ture and stories are entertaining and carefully edited, making the magaiine a
chaste family visitor. Tbo comments on
events of Interest to this region and the
large amount of Information concerning
onr various resources and the progress of
development given tn every numbor render ltoitremclr valuable, Nofnmllj out
adbrdtodo without It, and overy one financially Interested In the Pacific Northwest or desirous of learning Its resources
will And it Invaluable,
If the subscription prico ($2 por year) Is
sent In now you will bo entered for 1887,
and the remainder of 1880 will be sent as
a premium.
L. SAMUEL,
fan Ub)     132 Front Street, Portland Or,
MEW OOODS
We have just Received and Opened this
Week large shipments of New Spring
Goods, assorted as follows:
Fancy Dress Goods,
Black Dress Goods,
Dress Trimmings & Linings,
Printed Cottons&Ginghams
Dress Muslins & Piques
Blnck Silks A Satins.
Lace Curtains A Counterpanes.
Table Linens. Napkins A
Towellngs.
Kid Gloves* Corsets 9b Hosiery.
Embroideries, Laces & Edgings.
Collars, Cuffs & Handk'ch'fs
I'lolliliiK, llntK, and Men's Furnishing Coods,
'' Carpets, linoleums, OH Cloths and Mats,
ALL OFFERED AT VIRV OLOSB PRIOES.
D. DRYSDALE & CO.,
April 2,18$7    ,    : '    ' ' 78 Oolumbia St, N«w Westminster.
JUBILEE YEAR 1887.
Just received in our Millinery and Dress
Department, the Newest Designs from London Dlreot, consisting of
NOVELTIES IN HATS.
The Battenberg, Lady Churchill, Queen's Jubilee, Norfolk, Chandos,
Rutland, Suffield, Pagoda, Marchioness, Ellen Terry, Purl, new
and striking Sailor Hats and Boating, Picnic and Sun Hats In
numerous varieties.
ROBE COSTUMES.
Silks and Striped Satins. ! Aigrettes, Ornaments, Plumes and
Trimmings of all descriptions.
■' - i j" '     '"' * '
-   Great additions have been toadetirmir Usual heavy Stocfc,;in
every Department, including Men's Clothing and Furnishing.
JAMES ELLARD & CO.,
OGLE. CAMPBELL & CO.
■  -      - - -:   r-- ■!'-: tiY/q  ■
Have just received, ex N.
P. R., their first consignment English Dry Goods
& House Furnishings, consisting of Brussels & Tapestry Carpets, Lice an
Scrim Curtains, Damasks,
Cretonnes, Table Linens
& Napkins, Towels, &c.
An inspection solicited.
dwrnhSlto
ins!
& Silver Watches, DiamoniBings.
BRACELETS, PINS, LOCKETS, CHAINS, AC,
Also a large  assortment  of   SILVER   PLATED   WARE
knives; forks, spoons, te.  *.    ;■ .„.    .
^T All-Goods guaranteed to be as represented.
C. M. McNaughten,
dw-jai9tc Colonial BLOCK, New Westminster, B. C.
d. h. McMillan a bro.
CITY ROLLIR FLOUR MILLS,
mu MJSMSwmat,
Qu'Appelle Roller Mills.
<aXT'ArPJ*JI*XjfJ BTJLTIOJjT,    .    ... - .   -,
■m.-w. t.
gfti
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