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Array Hon A E B Pari*
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"^"-^SHBS-S,.
VOLUMH 3
NEW WESTMINSTER, B, 0„ WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 8, 1887.
>rno«-ciari
trancofOoloi
»EMMII0B-;
.ptlst Ohuroh.
JsTIOB HOUR8-10 a. m. to It MOT) 8
iiandtiWtotp.- *—""
dnoiotc
M. MACLBAW, B. A., M. D., 0. X.
jmoEt MoKensle street, nnt door to
rlllShsd.
KRSinBNOK: Amos Street, third honse
,m Mary Street.
DFFIOB HOURS: 10 to 13; 3 to 5; •l*0 lot.
d-deltto	
T  M.OOOPBR.B, A.,
*-'    PHYSICIAN I OT
I Oolumbia St, New Westmlnsler, aa
.'nOE HODKB-tlo 10a.m.: Itoland
All lot p. m. Calls In town and oountry promptly attended lo.        (otto
wmu * astMt,
RARtUSTBRS,
SOLICITORS, ETO
Ulee. MekenslsStrset, Kew Westminster,
id Vtneon-rtr, B. 0. - -     .   Jylldwte
RARRIB1
[sKeull Street,
wfeltte Ntw Westmlniter, B.C.
L
OBABT,
ARCHITECT.
A. J. Hill's Olliee,
Iwfetto	
■OWIAB tipi.*. -
BARB.HT.R.Ato*11 0
ndAitnt. Money to Loan.
Colnmbia Slreel,
Niw Westminster, B.C.
McKensleSt.
H. -.LOW,
AROH1TBCT.
All Kinds of Mac
Safes, Hewing Hiolil
Repaired.
BLACKSMITHINC
IFFICR, for tht present,
Inton Street.
iteon
'\j<
Word may be len at D. Lyal'sBook*
tie. dwfsBto
M
WT. "•ITTBMDIUQH,
MD*ff?lf?W'
i-dello
a. RICH.
MoKensle Slreel, N.W,
k:
wmhMsal
AUCTIONEER.
Ladner's Landlni,
Brit. Col.
t. TRAPP,
ADOTIONIft*j
[ambla Slreel
•4*"<i"«t*i* »
A-PRAISIR,
Tnlmlnsler
.11 commissions will reef lee prompt
I careful attention. Beet references
en when required. mhlHe
W. D. FERRIS,
KB. SOUSE ul ORUL IM
Ul'
Rem anU Debt Collector.
mu woob mis nr uit.
_al hr Ik. TsU-ntlMI UM tad
Lf-t-IMMT l«»l'«A«:« OMPAKT, '
Hanr.nl. Can,
vriCRi-Verrli Blreet, New Westinln-
lettt
CastT.yane.r., <*ell..le*.,
And lasnrawe. Ignis,
lees at VICTOIUA: Fort Street,
"TOSJSi
VANCOUVER, Cordova street.
UILDINO LOTS for sale In all sections
faneonrer and New Westminster City.
—ARM LANDS of superior quality for
t al Chllllwtitek, Tort ttr	
■taftT"-i!W,!,r" "
PltlRlvel
tp,and PH
Inlormntto
feme
WANTED.
AVINCI BERN APPOINTKD BOLK
. Ajems la this r-mvlnotfnrenum-
of istdli* mannfaeturera In Canada,
i prepared to furnish prlees and full
■lars of .all kinds or maehlneryfor
mti^WlfftaSM
.. and Boilers, stationary .and port-
I, both nsw and second-hand- also:
bbsr Mtiak.' I ilkli and Utlat-IMls
iStf., "-J"'      Rardwaro,
•Matins Oil.,     Harness,
SB'Wheels,.     Builders1 Supplies,
ek NVI-lnfl.      MM Dates,
tliat BloeTsi,'     BaTlrftfblaee,
■hssand ffroonn.WlnU and Oils,
ss.fc'LiH, K.'.-ry.r^p..
FRASER * LEONARD,
laaa*s BlMk,    .
VAJfOOUVl
ftWfcjSix-iiiivr
'A-HTS*,
WHABP STREET • V1OT6KU.
North British and Mercantile
insurance Oo. lor mainland.
H.C.
BEETON tV OO.,
38 Finsbury Circus,
London, B. C.
THE CliUltHJE
Corner Yatei *ft Douglas Streets.
VICTORIA, B. C.
FtAHKC. RIOHARDI.Ji.   ■ '•   -   LESSEE
mOURISTS'HEADQUARTERS: FIRST
X Cltwi In every respect tmtty n*.
>Ue4 willi all Ca«ve«lefteei«f Modera
New and Elegant In all Ita Ap*
" '      Moderate.
Cannl
„_._„. _.-. _jd B' —
pofntroeniti.  rricei
This magnlfleent Hotel Ir now open for
the reception of Quests.
No pains will be ipare
. _ .ivntittT"1—"'— -
tractive. *
THOS
"wr^.ca-o,iTS.
Blaoksjiiitli and Machipt
V, Patent Locks,
lines, fto., ftc.,
_ brunches,
d Cpntwct V
.msu-asn*,
-riojiitiimi
Having secured Itrst-cluss workmen, we
feel confident of giving satisfaction.
tap Horse-shooing a specialty.
dw-Jlyiltc]   CoLV-iniAST.,NewWnT.
7.
AND SEE!
Ht HOLDEN*
JAWING   TA*EK  P088ES8ION   OP
the "Temperance House,"fronting
 jlumblaand Church Blreet, opposite
the Episcopal Ohuroh, and now known
as the
FARMERS'HOME I
Will accommodate the traveling publio
at the following rates:
Board per day tl 00
»     "  week  6 00
Single Meals -.    IS
Beds -    25
ara-Oood accommodation for Ladles and
families. mylte
HAVINQ ;TAKEN
Lnndbom's Bnlldlti-c, Front St.
(Formerly occupied by-Kyle A Tllton),
IS  NOW READY
to serve hia customers and everybody
with as good a stock as a mnn want* to
■elect from.
Dry.   Ooods,   Grocerle*.   Provlrtlons*
,*0j!*a#rrfi* ■Uiawwnw', Bitot*, Ae.
' 'CdAeantJIsee the new plnee, nnd let ua
\pnm* wh»* you thick of Jt.
. -dWOdlfltc • O, MCDONOUGH.
E. HUTCHERSON,
N1TRFERTMAN ADEALERIN
Fruit itnd Ornamenlal Trees,
Ladkir-s Landing, B* O.
qiHK SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN*
1 form the people of British Columbia
that he haB established a Nursery at Ladner's Landing, and Is prepared to fill
all orders for Fruit Trees, Ornamental
Trw*. Shrubbery, Vines, Small Fruits,
ito. Trees imported or home grown sc-
conllnittothe wishes of ctuttoraers. The
subb-ttrlber has had a thorough practical
training In the iiihIhokh, und hnvina it
parmimSnt stake In tlie country it innis
Inu-iH-st t.Mleni f„iriv .11 public, lie
will wait upon the various towns and set*
dements shortly, and all orders will have
his personal attention.
aul2to ,    ' E. HUTCHERSON.
For I Will Speak.
Whereas on certain boughs aud sprayn
Now diver* birds are heard to sing,
And sundry flowers their heads upraise,
; Hull to tbo coming on of spring.
woum have heard'
assortment of
._  MAY HOT
ie Engllihaan-
Id, no doubt you
aid
in
thti'of the s]fleriai
BOOTS and SHOES
Just received from the East, and whieh
are open to the inspection of the Public,
We have also on hand a stock of
Rvbber Goods.
Which we desire customers for at onee.
OEO. H. ORANT A CO.,
■ . Now Westminster,
I promptly attended to. '.
dwaplte	
TIE LEADING
ESTABLISHMENT
1 T21IMiU^T#T,YaflHlVAI
Mainland of B. C.
Coloaltl Hotel Block, rolv-bW* St.
NOW UN ROUTE.
THIS HOC8S MARKS ANNUALLY
■ grent reduction In prices to mike
room (or the largest and best assortment
of Boots and Shoes ever Imported into
mmmm
too UB KEPT m Htm.
Hi Jtr-**jj»3trwtrtiTjii
lltull Md SkOM, Irom Mo upwirdi.
rell J-Bibber Goodi t In-Itu
of all kinds.
.   WM. R088,
itHMii ■■in mim, twnw**mi i 11 I
rtwnolste
ESTABLISHED 1869.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Iieirti Ojpotlte tbt Coloiltl Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
'-•■'■''','
rE LAR0K8T AND  CHOICEST
assortment of til descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
iddottatl* on hand, and supplied to Fam-
:IU»i,'Rsstaur-u*ts, and SteamlioaU at tha
LOWEST 1'OSRlllLK l*HICE8.
GRAIN
n-OIl HAI-B-w leas rrlaw swls, and
It laas Pelalees.
:«eWC3'6 «v®s&*a&"1
Unilay. AC, Mar.■,!■). dwmhJlwl
Carriage Works!
COLUMBIA STBEET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER. B.C.
NOW ON HAM), A LOT OK
Sleighs, Callers,
BagKles,
Pluetons,
Democrat, Kxpress
»nd Karm Wagons.
Also, a large stock or Batgy, Carriage,
- n|oa, and aie'uli Material,
Allot which will he sold OHKAP KOR
CASH.
,d-daJ8lo;: REID&OURRIE.
POD-CURDLINQ
MASSACRE
 AT	
H. M. GunBingbam S; Go's
STOVE DEPOT.
A No. 8 Cook Stove I
!*! 'I^tjtjcimplet*;, with nU the I'lpe
necessary and a
CHINA   COOK
Thrown In, Kreight paid to any part of
. the Dominion free of all charge,
is' per cent, off roK VA8H
...    H. M. CUNNtNCltlAM k CO.,
74, Columbia Stvcct,
Ntw Westminster, 11. C.
Aaeats rer Heap's I'alent Karlh''lewis
aaToalsrl. Pania,.. -Kedto
-.FOR,	
Cream & Fancy Cakes
A. dTeBEL'S
FRONT HTRKET, Ol'l', C I'. N. WllAKr.
■ ii.i--r.ii-
FOR_SA
1-HE U8ASE, FIXTUltEaV
ol that well-known '
next the Bol brook House,
doelsto
Safe for Sale.
4 NO. 10 TAYLOR'S Saife' iii iood
A order; llstsTI) Inches l-wdei will be
sold cheap.  Apply at this offlee. dwlelllo
Shares for Sale.
100
SHARES IN THE  BRUNETTE
Buwmlll Oo, Limited.   ,,
H. I* DeBEOK, Manager.
New West,, Mnr. 10th, 1887,       dmliloto
Land for Sale!
ACRES FIRSf-OlAl^^PRAIRIE
iTu Land on Lnln Island, north Arm.
Kraier River, For pRitlonlan apply at
this offlce. dmfiwto
140'
FOR  SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN the LANQ-
leySaw and Planing Mill: mill In
good Order. For particulars apply on the
premises to H.WEST,
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JACKSON,
aplSto A HELMOKEN, Viotoria.
FOR SALE.
160 Acres
of flood
Land.
Farming
8 miles below the City, with a good Honse
on it. Applyto
O. HUNTER,       :*      il
dfel,m2 Agnes St., New West.
Farm for Sale.
CONSISTING OF TWO LOTS OF IM
and 160 norei (wbloh will-be sold together or leparately); 8 milea from New
Westminster; flrst-clnfiB land; abont 25
acres dyked; balance Prnirie and Bash;
will be sold nt a bargain.
Apply
dwtnliBtc
  .iigalr.,
Applyto C.G.MAJOR.
New Weitmlnnter.
For Sale or To Let.
T OT5, BLOCKS, CITY OF NBW-.WB8T-
l.i minuter, Is hereby ottered for sale or
to let-.1
This desirable property Is situate ou
Riehnrd Rtreet, directly opposite the Royal Ctty Pinning Ml Hit. There Is a good
Rtaljle and barn upon the lot.
For terms and other particulars, apply
to W. NORMAN BOLE,
dmh22ml        Kollcttor for Mortgagee. I
Por Sale!
SPAN DARK BAY MARES, i and 6
or double,'
yeara old; good travellers; wont single,
1 Ray Herse, 8 years old; works single or
double; nloe ladles- or gents' saddle bone;
very gentle. -    -
14-seated ■■ggri i nptIngs; neatly new.
M»>i«r TlH«ibrllay on North Arm,
Fraser river.
SB bkls, MH Salmon. 8
Also—tine and oae**alnlh Interest la
Clly W.,e, *-»,_.
New West., Nov. llth, UN.      dwnoljto
For Sale!
TOO ASSORTED FHl.IT, TRBE8
FROM THE JEWELL NIIIIHERY CO.,
Hlnn., consisting of
Saiaurr Apples,
•    FallApples,
Wlalcr Apples,
f'herrles,
riaais,
reus.
Also—a nice assort mont of Carraal and
Usspherry Hashes, Crape flats, te.
Will bo sold as a whole, or in lots to f ult,
nndou very reasonable terms.
JAMES WISE,
mhllwtldto Frontstreet.
County Court.
XTOTICE  IH HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1>   lhe Counly Court set lor the tth day
of April next will be postponed to the liltb
ofthesamenionlb.
Uwmliffllil E.A.JENNS,R,C.C.
n^roTiqip.
NOTICK 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
thirty dnys from date I will apply
to ihe Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Worki*, for n lli't-nse to cut and carry away
ihiil'.'rfiniii the foltowiugdescribed lands,
situated In tho dlslrlet of New Weitmtn-
sti'i', mil Province of British Colombia:
Oimimr-milniint n post set on the eut
si-v (*r Pitt I.ukc about two miles from Its.
Iic.nl; thcni'c 1'imt 40 chains, north 80
c!:niiiw,wfHt loLitkoi thence along Lake
in i-tn'-i- of commencement; oontalnlhg
titmut Id   llclTs.
AI.KXANnERHcLEAN
1'KKW.A.Dui-icAir.
Xew WeKtmlnstcr. March Wtb, INT.    i
dmhaiml    ^
"Duke's Cameo"
CIGARETTES.
(imi!Smoked areFrettrrei I* ill
Others I
Fine, Full and Fragrant.
A Moalh-plere ol novel dealfn aeoom.
Iianles aneh ('t-rnmtti*.
Importeil solely by Ihe HUDSON BAY
UiiMl-ANY, Victoria, nnd can he obtained
Ever) Man to his Own Biiiien
-A..   FEBLE.
PRACTICAL
CHEM!ST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
ti-.tr' CI11.0KIAI, ROIIM,
SC:«    WKSTM1N8TEB,   B. 0.
I'Mnl'lans* I'rt'scrlpllnm and ran.
II) Kfrlprs n Stiorliltj.
*J   ll. — Only Uenntn. Drop used.
Over t«Mitv year,'experience,    nut*
_h
jpritigh Columbinn
WMKtMla* Bnalai, April t, MM.
The njption. ol Mr, Higgins to
ohange the name of. Vancouvor
baok to Oranville otettcd quito a
discussion. Mr. Higgins said it was
a gravo error on the pact of the
government to grant 6,000 acres of
land to induce the company to extend to Vancouver. The attempt
of the railwav company to wipe
Victoria Off the inapt was also referred to, and coplet «( telegraph
headings, envelopes, maps, etc., got
up by the compatly, were produced
to show that Victoria was being ignored. The polioy of the company,
'he taid, which wat intended to in
jura Viotoria, would undoubtedly
recoil on its own head, and he hoped
the houae would express its protest
against tuoh conduct by changing
the name of Vancouver. Mr, Allen
moved that the name be changed to
Higginsville. Mr. Orr said a change
in the name now would inflict great
injur*/ on the people. .:'• Mr. Dunsmuir was sorry Mr. Higgins had
displayed tuch a feeling of sectionalism. Victoria had done nothing
for the 0. P. R and oltho' he lived
in this eity he knew it wat the most
sectional and molt telfish- plaoe in
the province. It wants to get
everything and give nothing. Some
of the island memben were more
sectional than the mainlanders and
he would have to take ihe part of
the latter. Hon, Mr. Robson said
Mr. Higgins must have intended
hit motion at a joke. Mr. Ladner
referred to the extreme sectionalism
of Mr. Higgins, ahd claimed that
no confusion hod resulted from the
name Vanoouver, Mr. Semlin said
the mover of the amendment had
made one of the most sectional
speeches he had ever heard in the
house, although at the same time he
had disclaimed sectionalism. But
while thus seotional, the island members had no hesitation in taking the
money of the mainland to tpend on
the island. The sectionalism of the
hon. gentleman of tne city of Victoria, if he properly represented the
sentiment here, alto cropped out in
the threat that the trade of the
city would be given to a rival cor-,
poration in the event of the 0. P. E.
Oa not doing exactly as he desires.
It was greatly to be regretted that
the speech had been doliveredi The
motion of Mr. Higgins was lott on
the following division: Yeat-—Hig-
gint, Turner,. Beayen, t. Davie;
nays—Robson, Martin, Graft, Thomson, Dunsmuir, Baker, Allen, A. E.
B. Davie, Orr, McLeese, Mason,
Cowan, Andenon, Ladner, Sten-
house, Orant, Semlin,
The Shuswap Railway bill was
disouised, and also the bill granting
aid to the development of quarts
mines. During the disoussion on
the latter bill Mr. Orr intimated
that a good many member* were
interested in mining claims and
ought to abstain from voting. . Thit
idea was repudiated warmly, and
the bill passed through committee.
Onthe second reading of the muni
cipal amendment bill, Mr. Beaven
offered a technical objection. Hon.
Mr, Robson and Messrs. Ladner
and Bole deprecated such opposition
to what they regarded at an important measure. Bill passed its second reading.
NUMBER 81
mtmmsmmmm
CHINESE ON T1.EIR DIGNITY.
iHTtBSTAif. Bill.—A deipatch from
Washington to the New York Tii6t.nr
says; Among the president's callers today wat ex-Senator Van Wyok of Nebraska, who it finishing up tome private butineu before returning heme.
"Everything pointi to a combination
of tht railroadi," laid Van Wyok, with
the view lo making the Interstate
Commerce law is obnoxious at possible
to the people. For instance, I ue
that the Pennsylvania road hai already
announoey an increased rate of 20 per
cent, on commutation tickets, and the
Baltimore and Ohio it preparing to
follow tuit Thin, too, the companies
throughout tht Wolt are calling in tho
outstanding 1,000-mile ticketa, declaring that the law prohibit! their issue.
Such ail idea never entered the heads
of the framers of the bill, and there it
nothing either directly or indirectly in
the law that is applicable on the point.
Theu ticket! were a great accommodation to mercantile travelers, and
their recall bythe railroadi will not
have a tendency to make many substantia friendi for tho now statute.''
A lady (rom Syracuse writes: "For
about seven year. Wore taking Northrop 4 Lymsn's Vtgsttblt Ditoovery snd
Dyspeptic Cun, I suffered from a complaint very prtvtlsnt with onr sex. I
waa enable to walk any distant or stand
on my feet for more thin a ftw minute,
at a tlmt without feeling exhausted,
but now I am thankful to lay I can walk
twomlles without feeling the least Inconvenience." For Female Complaints It
hat now equal;
 , , , —   —
Tht Ottawa & Thousand Island railway company want to build a tingle or
doublo line from Ottawa to a point on
the line of the Bn-ckville, Weitport &
Sault Ste Marie railway. The capital
itock it |1,2SO,000,       *••■«•;   f
They are Deeply- OffendM.and go
. f oii Strike.
> " Haa, Hen killed liv an Explosion
Sty Assotiatod Press.
'.   iKOTHER N/ltHIPAL KXI'l'.llIMKKT.
Hudson, N. Y., April C—Capt
Paul Boynton, the navigator, started
on his voyajje at uoon to-day. He entered the wator nt thii point, and hii
destination ii New York. At the s.'art-
iiilt point there vss not uiuoh ice float*
ingin thuliiidsoii,but abovethtre were
seres of lio-tvy icu coming down, and a
freshet hnd caused quite a' .rapid current. Boyntuti was fuli'.wed by a
boat carrying press ti'ptii-u-rJi. It is
expected it will'taku at least four daya
to make the .voyage. - The : temperature uf tho water hub a trifle above
freeziue; point, and the uir was chilly.
t'   Bl MISIKU KXPIOSION.   ,
Kansas City, M»., April 0.—A
special lo the Times from Vinita, Indian Territory, says: A terrible explosion occurred to-day at Savanna, in
coal shaft No, 2. by whicli aix minen
were killed. A rescuing party wel
soon organized and sont down into the
mine, but they were overpowered by
gas and twelve wero suffocated before
they could be taken eut. The mines
are worked mainly by foreigners, and
most of the victims ate Italians, Further particulars hnve not yet been
learned here.
THE CHINESE ON THKIH DION ITY.
San Luis Onrapo, Cal. April 0.—
The inhabitants of this city nre in a
predicament owing to the Chineso
laundry men ehuttiujz. down. This ao*
tion un the part of. the celestitll was
caused by tho city tiustees passing an
ordinance a short tune ego specifying
that uo wash houses should be conducted within tho tire limits of the
city. The Ohinese sre loth to move,
and decline washing to see what effeot
the experiment will have on the com
nihility*   '
Condensed Despatche1-.
Professor Richard Proctor was 60
yenrs old last Sunday.
Tho sash factory at the state prison
at San Rafael, Cal., was burned last
night.
. (Jen. Komaroff thinks, the Anglo-
Uussian commission will effect uo
good.
1 Queen Victorin will leave Cannes tu-
.morrow for Ayxlas Bans, going by way
of Marseilles. ..    .  .~r..
- Many fishing schooners, it is feared,
were lost by the heavy storms ut Halifax on Sunday.
A despatch received at Berlin from
Russia says Katheff has received the
death warrant from St. Petersburg.
Sixty masked mon entered the jail
at Charleston last night, nnd seized
niue negro prisoners nud lynched
tliem.
Tho Belgian Clumber of Deputies
have passed by a vote of 86 to 1) a bill
permitting the Freo Congo Stato to
float a loan.
The British trump steamer Cnrmeua,
which left Barrow, England, Feb. 21,
hai not yet arrived at New Yolk and
it given up as lost with all on board.
Joseph Cold woll, company promoter,
telegraph st, London, liai failed. Hit
liabilities arc enormous. He failed
once before for one million pounds
sterling.
Six men were terribly burned by an
explosion of molten metal in the converting department of Edgar Thomas'
steol works ut llraddock, Pil, yesterday morning.
Hongkong ami Shanghai banking
corporation at Sun Francisco has received a consignment of two hundred
nnd seventy-five thousand trado dollars
to exchange for standard dollars.
Ten saloons in Red Bluff, beside*
others In Tehama, Nicka, Corniu, uud
Paskenbt, closed thoir doors yesterday,
consequent upon tho high license lnw.
A combination is in oxistotice to light
the law.
The str. Victoria, wliich arrived
yesterday at New Yot,; from Bnrncia,
brought the enptbin aud n crew of nine
men off the brig Johanna, which foundered at tea, after beiu*; out ton dayi
from Havana.
The house uf commons is practically
taking n week's holiday. Ro many
missing tho governmont insists thut
the debate on tho Irish criminal law
amendment shall pruceod, but will
postpone tho division on tho bill until
the lllth inst.
Tho Nottingham spring meeting
opened yestorday. The Nottingham
spring handicap, lj miles, wits won by
Mr. Vynor's S-yenr-old colt donation;
Mr. S. T. Chalonor's fottt'-jcar-old colt
Distiiiiun second; ami ,1. Hammond's
4-year-old gelding Prlpon third. There
wero II starters. Gloriutlon won by a
neck and thore was only li head between second nntl tltitvi.
Tho Groat Froncli Itomedy- Dr. I*.
Dne'i Periodical Pills. These Pille are
compounded from the purest drugs, and
from those only which arc known to aot
upon ths (7«iora(i» Organs In Females.
They are first enclosed in an alt-tight
capsule, and by this means made to retain their full strength for yuan ln any
climate. Ask us for private circular.
A. M. Hmuinio * I). S. CuansftCo.,
New Westminster! T. MoNeoley, Lad*
nar's Landing! H. McDowell k Co., Vancouver) Pimbury * Co., Nanalmoi T.
Pickard, Denmau Island! A. R. Johnson
It Co., Chemainus] K. II. Richardson
Cowichan) W. E. McCartney k Bro.,
Vancouver and Kamloops; Hastings Saw
Mill Co., Vancouver! The Vanoouver
Drug Co., Vancouver! J. B. Lovell, Yalei
Vf. K. Mogaw, Priost Valloys II. Clark
It Co., Kamloops) Lasolky k Co.,
wholesale agents, Victoria.    dwaeMyl
EMlera Can*.
Premier Xon-M* Mt ItalltMMt ■■
-Tke Globe oi Main's Beelf
Intense feeling exists la Wianlptg
"ii tlto disallowance queition.
A collision occurred at St. Taomat
by which two. brakemen were killed
and twenty-six cam and two engine!
destroyed.
The ohirter for oonitruotin| the
Northwest Central nilway it lien by a
syndicate, of which Senator Cleraow is
president.    ' '■■ ;■
A. T. Stewart, oneof the principal '
engineers of the Canadian Paeine imU-
way, hai completed a preliminary survey of tlie Boston & Qutbec Air Lint ,.
railroad route, to be built from Sko*
whegan to Moose River, and to connect with the Canadian Pteifc lute.   '
He reports thii a practicable and deti-
rableroute.
The petition hat been filedatOa-
ood Hall ogainst tht return of Sir '
olm A. Macdonald at representative --,
of Kingston.   Tht ptritwn rhiratt
coiTUpt practices personally and   »»   -
agents, the illegal voting of deputy returning officen, persons! bribery, etc.,
and claims that tho election should be - ■'
set aside, Mr. Ounn declared elected, '
and Sir John disqualified. '■' y ■ ,".,.:
Atnongthe applications to parliament
of which notico hat been given One
is by the Ottawa & Qatimau Valley
Railroad Co., for a Dominion charter
lor power to extend the road to Hud-.
son't Bay, and for power to change the
name; alto,! one from the Winnipeg
& Hudson's. Bay Railroad Co., asking
for power to extend the road tenth-
ward from Winnipeg within tho old li
boundary of the provinoe of Manitoba
to connect with the United SUU. nil-
road system.
Hon. John Norquay, premier of
Manitoba, is in Ottawa. His mission
is said to be in connection with the
anti-disallowance natation now going
ou iu Manitoba. Mr. NeiqUay lean
that if the disallowance policy of the
Federal government it oontinned hit ;.
ministry may be overthrown. He alto
desires to liave something done to
strengthen hit position in the provincial legislature, which it now very '
critical, owing to the attitude taaamen
by his old colleague, Mr. Brown. Mr.
Norquay does not deny that ke it like- h.
lyto be ousted ut the coming tmien
of the provinoisl legislature.
The Globs, in in article oo Blake
and thc leadenhip, sayi the lon ot a
statesman so abla and w generally
respected would be a serious one to
the country. It is one the Dominion, '
it lincerely hopes, will not havo to
suffer, nor will the Liberal patty, we
trust, be deprived of itt heal It ia
probable Mr. Blake may require nliof
from the performance of tome labor
heretofore attaching to the oppoaition
leadenhip. The leader ii one who il
followed. When memben elect a
leader, they necemrily elect this-
selves followen, and thtt Mr. Blake -
will be eleoted and followed by hit
friendi even more enthusiastically than
in the past it certain.
Soil** Afrleaa Otll
The Dnitad Stlttt ooniul at Cpe
Town ooufirmi tome of the raportt n-
yarding the newly-diwuvtnd Tram*
vail gold-Heidi. Tht Slieba quarts
ledge wai lootttd lut Jane. It yields
from ten to thirty ouncei of gold to
tht ton, and mining expert, say It
contsins a fabulous .mount of metal.
The Thomas ledgt, a later diwov.ry.is
even richer. Thttt development!
itimulated protpecling, tod gold
qutrlt lodes have been located
throughout a diitrict 200 milts long
by from 30 to 160 mile. wide. It ie
impossible at present to predict tht
extent tnd volumi of tho gold-fields,
but it is believed thtt thty will prove
among the ricbeit in the world. There
hai beon • great run of capitalists,
minen and adventuren, and Mar tho
Shcbt mine the town of Barbttioa,
with nearly 10,000 loh-bitante, hat
sprung up. Tht nearest seaport it
Delngua bay, in th. PorlugutM possessions, distant nearly 200 mil...
Thi. route ii only available during the
winter, on account of csst fever In
the hot months. A railway It lo
course nf construction between lhe
hay aud Pretoria, Ihe i capital of Ibo
province, tbout thirty miles from the
mines. The next nearest rottt to
Barberton is via Port Natal, distant
481 miles, of which 189 miles b by
rail and tht remilndtr liy wagon; but
the best tnd molt popular roatt la
from Cape Town to Kimberley, tM
miles, br nil, thenoe to Pretoria, 300
miles, by wagon. Consul Knight
urge! mill without means tu koep
aw«y, as no paying placets haVt ytt
been disoovend, and to work lhe
quarts ledrei require! htevy txpttnli-
ture. Some lime must elsptt befon
anv great development era be madt,
owiug lo Iho want of machinery and.
and tht difficulty of. transportation,
henc. paid employment on tlargt
scale ii it pntent Impossible. He
thinks that tho opening of that tou-
iryotreriantltnctlvefitM to Aaur-
Ican enterprise in supplying sWM
machinery, of which a gnat dial win
be required within the next few fWn.
Thii it a hint for San Fronelaoo foea*,
drymtn and mtchiniita, who havt an-
equiled faoilltiet for and txptrleow la
making mining muhlnery. There
will also be a market for took aai
other wu es md m.rohindtte NMbt4
in mining regions. Mr. Knight Mint*
outlhst lo tacctufullr eeeipttefM
thistr.de Americtn itltehtaU aod
manufacturers shuuld have their np-
resentitives on Ult ground. At pntent the Iradt it mostly in laglleh and
Otrinin handa— 8. t. Mmi). gailj) §ritiult CEotembiitn
Weia'ada* Ivealai, April •,-utl.
The 6as Worlfi*
The lighting of'towns with coal
gat, when the system was first inaugurated, was heralded as one of
the greatest improvements of the
*ge; and no system of lighting has
yet supersedsiJt.iugiiuinl utility,
convenience, or cost to tke consumer.
It is a vast improvement upon the
coal oil lamp,'****)• lam)i In which
oil of any kiiitl-W'flsetl-^at'regards
oost, brilliancy, safety, and': health
to those who use it Such being the
ease, it wat no wonder that in October last, when coal nut'was first furniihed to Uie people Of Westminster, the boon "Was hailed with joy
and promise of better illumination,
whether in the street, the business
premises, or the -private dwelling.
Whether the Westminster Gas Oo.
has been tuffioiently encouraged or
not is a matter which we intend to
discuss in thia artiole; and we hope
to be able to show how a more extended patrorAA would materially
reduce the present price, and enable
the gas company to effect such iui
provements  ijii.,it9, machin,ery  as
would give greater facilities for more
extended use of illuminating power,
und also for adaptability-indenting
arrangements.   The capital invested
by  the oomplMiy has ralrea*ly been
very large, in the construction of
suitable works and. buildings; nnd
tho oost of material aiid! wages pf
workmen, at continuous expense, is
by no means small.    There oan be
no doubt whatever that coal gas, for
the  purpose-, of illumination, is a
publio benefit in cities where it is
used; and, as Buch, the public should
do what they e>k to make the benefit a success.   Tho present works of
the gas company can manufacture
50,000 feet of ooal gas, per day; but
the amount consumed, at present,
constitutes a very insignificant part
of this.     The salaries, and many
other contingent expenses, would be
the same whatever amount of gas is
consumed, excepting such wages as
might be paid lor extra labor consequent upon the laying of additional
pipes and other outside work.. This
increase of expenditure, however,
would be small comparatively, and
only the additional cost of coal need
be considered..   We shall now illustrate our remarkaas follows: If 250,-
000 feet of gas be consumed per
month, and wages be' $250 for the
tame period, this would bring tho
expense of making the gas to tl per
1,000 feet, exclusive of material and
interest on the capital invested—in
other words, 81 .per 1,000 so far as
salaries are concerned,   If the 250,-
000 feet could be increased to 1,000,-
000 feet per month—salaries, A*c,
being the same—the effect would be
to reduce this-item: Of expense to
25o per 1,000 feet.    The consumer,
therefore, could, by this increase in
consumption, get tlie benefit of 75c
per 1,000 feet, relatively, on salaries which we have assumed would
not be increased; and yet the gas
oompany would have the same profit.
The residues—such at coke, coal-
tar, 4o.,-—from increased consumption, we an credibly informed, would
alio reduce the cost of manufacture
to the exten$o¥'40<, per-l.OOO'more,'
to that a reduction of $1.1% per
1,000 feet would thus be effected.
The gat company promises that if
200 consumers can be got at once,
instead of 80 at at present, tho
price will immediately be reduced
to $2.50 per 1,000 feet.    The oom
pany would alto reduce the price of
coke to 10c per bushel instead of
12k, the present price.   Tl-is latter
reduction would be a boon to the
poor householders wlio use coke, and
help the poor man along.    We find
there an 187 business'houses along
Oolumbia   and   front  streets,   to
which add churches, public buildings, lodges,, factories, ic., and the
whole would make up more than
the 200, exolutive of private houses,
aeveral of whioh:are already supplied.   The inareated consumption
of ooal necessary to supply the increased  gas   manufactimid   would
benefit  minen,  teamsters, steam*
boats, wharfingers, and other labor*
. en by increase of freight handling,
ic, and thia is also an important
consideration.    The putting in of
tlie  necessary' mains and  service
pipit would, altb' contribute tothe
■une ond in pvjng additional employment to-Jaborers, 4c, who would
in turn spend these additional earning! in the oity,; or purchase lots in
tbe vicinity' on whioh to build, and
in thit way increase the population
of the city  with a desirable and
frugal claa of workmen.    Onthe
other hand all money spent for oil
■nd  oil  lampe goes chiefly to the
United  States—the! profit to our
local doalenin the artiole being deducted.     Aa we have shown, the
bulk of the, money paid for gas ii
disbursed to pnr own townipeoplo,
thu lieii--flf*».t*M local trade and
tho famiUefiiof: the workmen employed at ttsiv gha worka.' Again,
for one teeidnttlM oeoun through
the nte of gt* 'there are a hundred
oauitdbytm'^iicf istsaltM. From
nowtpopen.hp*' often we learn of
frightful IcsikiAM* and property
caused by wqttai-nMnd upsetting
of ooal oil lifc^i'Omeidi+ing that
■H wot intrtdbeMKlnto Westminster
only a few trtttotttlgo,' wo one need
be iuri.riied''jf i|ijH%*iWi-.'i« have
ooeurr-d ttWhmfmk''M- $<*»
hir* been --.■•"jMNj** H\ »*"•
oatily rtetUed.    Iaiprovements are
being made by tho company as
quickly as circumstances will permit, and already the jets in uso are
of moro than average power and
brilliancy. The company, however,
needs increased patronage to enable
it to carry out its intended improvements; and, in our rising city, every
business man and property owner
should do what he can to help for
ward these improvements for obvious
reasons. Bunning gns works is
liko any, .pther business enterprise
in which private capital is invested:
it can only be beneficial in proportion to the support accorded by the
publie. To any one who has livexl
twer a year in Westminster the
great advantage of gas over oil must
be very apparent. The stores instead of being dim and dusky in
the evenings, have now a bright and
cheerful appearance, inviting instead
of repelling customers. Indeed, the
improvement effected is everywhere
apparent on our business streets,
and few sane men would prefer go*
ing to oil with all its smoke, dirt,
and bother. Even tho convenience
of having a small jet of gas burning during the night in case of sickness, or for special business requirements, is an advantage; and in whatever way we look at the matter the
improvement appears conspicuous.
Owing to imperfect combustion the
fumes of an oil lamp are very unhealthy and entirely unfitted for a
sick chamber, or even for a bed
room in whicli children sleep. This
fuet is established and worthy of the
attention of the "stioker" to oil,
Again, tho fumes of ignited, and especially smouldering, lamp wick encourage, if they do not in many
eases produce, throat diseases such
as diphtheria, bronchitis, and catarrh.
As a mutter of expense, when breaking of lamp chimneys, corroding of
lamps and their gearing getting out
of order, are considered, gas has a
very great advantage over oil—not
to mention the trouble of cleaning
and the art of trimming the wick
so as to produce an even flame. The
very much greater brilliancy of gas
is also well known; but it would be
needless to enter into all the advantages of this mode of illumination,
becauso they are infinite when compared witli any kind of oil or candle. Illumination by coal gas is a
triumph of advanced civilization,
while the origin of the oil lamp
dates from a period anterior to the
timo when the ten virgins soiled
their taper lingers in the dirty process of trimming their lamps.
Strangers are more favorably impressed with a gas illuminated town
than with a murky vista of streets
whore the weird dimness of oil
lamps begets a gloom thut only renders darkness visiblo.
HACK FOR HIRE.
rpHE UNDBBSKaiED bat established
J*  himself lathe Citv of Mew Westminster with a mtSl-OlASS jft' I
COVERED 0Al(RIA8Ef
Which Is .pea fer Kataaeucais al
very aeedenie Ckartei.
Orden left at the Colonial Hotel or sent
by telephone, will be promptly attended
to day or night. Htablo noxt H. Elliott's
J08. OATEP,
Telephone No, 89.. myllo
NOETH
To the Stock-holders of the Nets West-
fs. minster Gas Company, Limited Lia-
SbUity.
■ A MEETING OK THE NEW WEST-
A miusterOos Company wl|l be Btld
at Rand Broa.'s Offlce on Mont.y, Majr
lad, 1881, at S o'olock p. m„ to take Into
consideration and vote upon the Increasing of the Capital Block from (05,000.00 to
175,(00.00.
.0. L. MILNE, President;
B. DOUGLAS,
, i ,  l  ■ lislutHSKSlfOKD,  ■      ,
r - - - • Directors.
New Westminster, Marcli 31,1887.
P.O. Box71
co^iF-A-asr-sT
Capital, $8,000,0001   losses
Paid, 1148,000,000,
Ealnlallahed Msoae
Rates as Low as any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
tarKisks promptly taken, and Losses
satisfactorily adjusted.
T. R. PEARSON,
Uoc7lo (B. O. a A P. Co.) AOENT. ■
HFBOIAI.     .;-'
INDUCEMENTS
,—roams—
HOLIDAYS
next 15 days,
ALL NET G209S,    PB
BUYING FBOM TRE MANUFAC*
turers for cash, I ani In a position
to sell at bottom prices. My Goods are
marked In plain figures tnd the prices
have not been put up to: -meet the discount taken off. Call tnd tee prices before purchasing elsewhere. <-* ■
tr Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
Jewelry mode to order.
F.CJHAKE.
WATCHMAKER)-
Opposite the Bank. dw-de!8to.
"kh-hwu tm Nae.
McCOLL,
JOHN S. COX,
IMPORT!* * DEALER IN
Thia powder nevri earies. A marvel of
purtty.strenttthuinl ■.vhoIi'Minii-n-^s More
economical limn the ■■r-lliuirv IcindH, and
cannot lie wild hi tinrnpu limn witli Hit'
multitude of low tvMi.Mhori weight iilnm
or phosphate powd-rs. Suld only Iti num.
Royal Baking 1'nwnr.u Co.; lUBWnllHI.,
New Vork. 3fely
New Westminster
1
mi!B lfNJ)l-l|WIP»KD INTRNDOl'KN-
I in-,' Marble. WnrKH in New Westminster In iv tow tiny/*. Parties In need of anything In our line wfll do woll to sec us
before ordering elsewhere.
Wo Intend  keeping on hnnd a good
nnHortmont of
Monuments,
Held Stonei,
Mantels.
Baptismal  Fouls,
Urns, etc.,
Which will be offered nt the lowest possible prices,
RUDGE & MONCK.
Mow West,, April 4,18K7. dnp4!c
TT COSTS NO MORK TO KEEP GOOD
Fowls than It doos to keep poor Fowls.
My Breeding Tens are equal" (a any in
the united Mates or Canada.
I propose to furnish Eggs from premium
»nd first-class Fowls, my design being to
establish a reputation tbat wil Tl tut,
VARIETIES OF FOWLS:'.
White Crested Blaek Polish,
Blaek Spanish*
Lasfahang-'f
La Flack*!
SUrer Ipaugled Hamburgh,
Whit* and Brawn L»gliarni.
Homlanti
Light Brahmasi
PIC Oames,  '
Plymouth Rock,
Partridge Coelilns,
Rouni nnd Aylesbnry Duuiti-
Toiilonit Geese*
SPAKISH LIP-EAB RABBITK.
Cash must accompany all orders.
Address, with stamp,
JOHN h.CoX,
dwfe7l<! New Westmluster
YOUNG MEN'S
Qntiu Association!
UCMorMUn
ID THE SKATING KINK at I o'oloek
ntrr Wnlae«la> nlikt during March
and April.
Tickets tor Course 11, wbloh aentlemcn
may exchange for membership to June
Mth, iw, Without ostrn (ec.
WKDNKMUY, Al'RII, 0:
Popular   Lecture!
BY REV. ROBT. UMMI.
subject-",,-,, ar lhe ■arnlag Qties-
tloas,"
-,*,, ,11 els. Tickets may be had
at the stores ol D. Lyal, a. II. Grant 4 Co.
aiiill*. S. Oirllslt'o. dmhilld
PIANOS
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries tt Provisions.
MJHDBOM'S M/XM-, Oolumbia St.
dw-aaste
POUT UMMOND
NURSERY
Ornamenlal Trees,
Small Fruits,
And GABDKN STOCK on hand In great
variety. ,
Everything first-ciass and furnished in
good shape.
dw-delfltc
0, W. HENItY,
Port Hammond, B, C.
WALSH'S
TAILOR INM
EMPORIUM
ColiBtlt 8t„ Kew Weilmlmttr.
HAVING JUST RECEIVED OUR NRW
Fall and Winter stook, we Invite In
spectlon of the finest selection of
^•^^S^aar* »«*•
SUITINGS l^«B
Ever shown In New Westminster.    For
a GOOD'FIT and artistic 'style we Uofy
oompetltlon.
dno30ti! THOS. WATJ9H.
Look Here!
____vs______tsm
tr YOB TAMT TO  MAKE  A NICE
PfiESeT
To a Irleiid or relat'lVe, go down to STIR-
BKY-UOMl: look at some o! those extra.
ardlaary i*raal>s In
Udlei' snil flentlemcn's Gold anil
Silver Watihes,  (liuing,
I harms, 'etc., etc..
Or If you want a useful ornament for your
house, examine those beautiful t-dai
s*rlklM«-'l.eHs. with cothotlral gongs. -
He Is soiling at BOTTOM PRICES.
Walektm from S-l Upwards, i.i I warranted
n*. Walrh Ben-Irian n Hpeclally, and
good, workmanship guaianteeil. '
tar Remember tho   place—Ilo- "11106
Btorft"- ''
z>. tB*rx-B8xc-sr,
dwausyl        Colnmbia Ht., New We-it.
GUARDIAN
insurance Com'y
OF LONDON, ENG.
Total Funds, $18,000,000
IS1IASLTI
ESTABLISHED  1821
Risks Taken at Hates
as Low as any c ther
Hleliable Oomp'y'
T. R.PfeARSON,
CHARLES MURRAY,
(.'I.AHKgON STREET,
Opp. Registry Offlce, Sew Wert'r.
Bouse, Sip ii Orunnlil hitiiig,
PAPER HAMQINO,. OUZIHO, KalSOMIHIHO, *l.
wall"paper.
Tho largest assortment of Wall Paper
In the City, comprising newest patterns,
always on hnnd at bottom prlees. Bam*
pies on view at T. It. Pearson A Co.'s
Store, Columbia St, Faprr kaulM at
specially low rates. dselftte
Wood and Coak
THE SUBSCRIBER BAH ON HAND A
large quantity of
REST WELLINGTON LIMP COAL
AnU au assortment of
CORD WOOD,
Which ltie will noil at. lowest rates. He
will alno promptly atttmd to all kinds of
Orders left at Mr. McColl's store on Columbia street, or at my house, Douglas
street, will meet with prompt attention.
HENRY ELLIOTT.
New Westminster. B. C. JlylOte
D. i C0RTIS& BO.
Wliolosiilc and nctnll
DRUGQISTSI
BTew Westminster, B. C.
dwmlilOtc
the British Co
: • ' 1. L &
I,
(Xs*s-*MCX***B*0)
UriiMt,lffifMiMr,U
$15,000
l'.|..fc.-   ■   :.,,'
IN 300 aHARE8- Of, #60 EACH,
\.t-Mt yGAKKOK
; ■■ '-mm
THE UNDERSIGNED has
just received a large consignment of
Pianos and Organs,
Which he will sell cheap. These
instruments may be i purchased
for cash or in monthly instalments, to suit purchaser. Gall
and get myfigi)r*s before purchasingelsewhere,; andJt ivifl be
to your interest
Second-hand Pianos and Or'
gans for. sale or to rent.
Instruments may bo seen at
Mr. D. Lyal's Book aire): Stationery Store, Columbia Street,
dwm.llo     Tt Rl PEARSONs
W A N T E D
PURCHASER8 FOR
Marine & Stationary Engines. Boilers, Pumps, Inspirators, In*
lectors, etc.,
Steam Filters', Gns Fitters- and Plumbers'
Brass and Iron Goods, nil kinds of Mia*
lnglllaelilnrry. Air Coin pressors. Ingersoll Koi'k Drills, Hoisting Machinery,
Drill Steel, Murblncry Htecl, Picks,
^hovels, Ii-on A Steel Wive Rope, Rub*
ber Hose, etc.,
Kailway A Contractors'  lii-tirrai Rnp*
Rites, HcnipcrK, Cars, Anelc and
nr Inm and Htecl, Crow-burs, Portland
Cement, Rnotlni* Paper, Building
Paper. Flre-imior Hoofing Cement, etc.,
Iran A W-iiid-sioiklit'- MiitihlBrry,
Bhalilinr,PulleyH,ohm'kH1|-HtR*f, Plan-
era, Leatlier Buitina, Tin Plate and
Corrugated Iron F-lbows, Axe, Pick,
Fork and Hammer Handles. Best
White Oak S-biiI., 10-fffil*, H-gal, 30-gal.
Kegs, Geo. Tt. Wood A son's celebrated
New Vork VariilMwsjCliaprrian Pons*
Co.'s Fish null, (IH) Idmln), One new
Hall's 8«r<'. Ono new I'l-ol Table,--Apply
to F. WFLQOMt? MclMIADY,
Mochimlcnl Driuiglitfimiin A Con tractor.
«■• Piuns nn(i speeirtitiitlons (or Bonts,
Buildings, Machinery, ei-., ciire/ully prepared. mi'Kkn.zir St,
Sew Wostmlnstor, B. C, Jan. '25, '87.
dwJnSMtfl
"I take only one Knglish weekly paper,
The Spectator, and one Canndtan, lite
Week, nml as a rule I should bu puaaled to
suy which I should miss most."— Fmm a
letter by Tliom.is HukIich, author of "Tom
Brown's School Days."
The Week:
A rauadlan Journal uf Polltlrs, Iktrlety
and tl If rata re.
l'DBMHIIF.n KVERY TlIUUHDAY, AT$3.00
PFIt ANNUM.
Independent lu i-olitlcs, THK WEEK
appeals by a comprehensive Table of Con*
tents to the different tastes which exist
within the circle of a cultured home.
An average nf fifteen short, crisp Editorials Is given In eaeli .lumber upon C\NA*
DUN, AMF.HIOAN.and RNOMBH POL*
ITICHand IJTEHATUKE.
Amongst the regti-arcoiiirlbutoiB ts Pro*
fessnr (>ohlwtnHuiith; and iidlstlnguhhed
public man lu London has kindly undertaken to supply n-KUtarty nn Knglish
Letter, Purls and Washington Letters
will appear at regular intervals.
In addition there are special contributions from some (>f theahleNt writers In
the Dominion and tho United st-ates,
VHB 1iV3El-SiI3HC
has now entered upon Its third yeur with
mort encournglng jtro-sprets, and with
many new features.
O. HLACKKTT HOB1NSON,
flJoi'dmi Ht.tToriint'i, nut,
Sample ropies free on amplication,
THT WKKK Is one of thr most lnHliefi-
.Inl JonriialH In Ctlfiaiia —Truth. Uitidon.
Englnud. fept
'diMiTlifi-:    'tJBttjS^ V,*H\ AOKNT.'
Mi. Atfsfw,
DBAI.KR IN
A large Ass tm..eui ttt
DRY GOODS
-AND-
a r o &smm s
iiliWAVHON HAND.
'SKnyy' ecraa '"Feed
whoi-ebalC and Rutaii-
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AWPlRt lit TH,.Ull.
,"^orii»t''*'s|at«si||il|yi<'»<«'pi1*f»«,'»»'-p
toPortMoo.ly.carrylin II.M.M, imill**".
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l«,ro|).raM> UaWts nntl nsrsrti) w,'tii|i»lli-
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16
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Fast Steam losses,
Fii^eiassll^erial,
Efficient Workmen.
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THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS ONE OF THE
HI   DIah   u
rN^BW^lSH'C6hOMBiA.
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Water St,, TanoouTBr, B.C.
PiAMORHffE S
DY ALL THE BTlST OANAWAN,
P Ainei'lcan, French, Uerman and. English miiKers.
Full Dctiillsnnil Pholnn of theso varl'oUM
liiKtrumciiiH may he scennnapiilleatlon.
Our $200 r.i.noTurle Is a Hnrvel of
Chenpne»t
.Coinhincd with <loml rouiih and feme.
Nothing liko It litis ever before bean
offered at thu price in liiltlsh Columbia.
Wu nre tho Mala Agent* in B.O. forthe
Makers, who are of tho highest standing
In the Pianoforte Trade.
mm mm ma -vm. maum
«'from $00 upwards) liy Mason A Hamlin,
ell Co., Esty, Domtiilon,  Uolierly aim
other makers,    -
Violins, Fhiles, Piccolos, Coacer*
Unas, & Musical Instrumenli
(Jciit'raHy.
(*lli:ni nmif.-Songs, nances, Operatic,
(jrch'.istral.EtcEtc.
Any'Slusto not In ntxiitk obtained to or>
Idei'ftf Publisher':' price?,
,tlt;sirnl Alfi-uhaiidlitc of every dwcilp-
lum; ull nl lowestroHH prices,
JOHN ADAMS.1
Vntu'uLivM', March, 1187.       dwmhtHml
HAVING BY FAR THE LARGEST CIRCULATION.
BOOK AND COMMERCIAL PRINTING
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
At Moderate Rates.
iMfMli
SPECIAL BLANKS fiUtED&
Persons wh»hwr*ff net ^toyetbf twtiial,
experience the ability of the establishment
to turn out first-class worfc are invited to
send a txtoA ordeis., ■':■. 4E.**
 "  ' QSAHOll A- 838-AI!
....Xh, Roaioift,,i,1;;;;;M
li ifenKfEt TOAT EtltiEB THE'W(flSr
They say that a man It mighty,
Ht i-ovtrnt lweMM'*'
Bo wli'lils a m ghty soei]
O'er lesBt'r powers thfl ..,
But a ruiphllor power, and stronger,
Man Irom his throne has hurled,
' For I lio lniiiil that rocks tho cradlo
la th > h- r.J that rulea the world."
In deep, mysterious conclave,
'Httl phl.osophlo minds,
CnravelliiiK knotty problems,
II is na- ve i hero man finds j ,
Tot an hit " lc* " und "Ismt" •    :
To hemon's four winds are hurled,
' For the haul thai rocks the cradle
It the hand that i ulct the world."
Behold thb av o mmandtr,
Blanch 'mid the carnage stud,
Behold the guidon lying
With the colore in Ma hand;
Brave men lhey be, yet craven
Vttteu this banner Is unturled:
' The hand that rooks the aradle
It the hand I h.t rulea the world,"
Great ttalespsn govern nations,
Xlnsa mould a people's fate,
But the unseen hands of velvet
These giants regulate.
The Iron arm of tongue
With woman's charm It purled.
For the hand that rocks the cradle
b the hand that rults the irortd."
-rAmerlcan Israelite.
k (xmmmijf\$M
" Bo Oeorge Burton's had a bit of
ood uok," >o'd Ifartha Halo.   " W<r
■o:ib! of it upi.*_,m toundrj-.; Tsrt
iuudro I and fifty dollars from that old
lut f hit who died lut week. Well,
-I'll elp him io pay off his stores.. Bid
-ot   fair start/
"Scorn, Indeed!" said Mrt. Hale,
th . with htr daughter Macule, was
u led about the supper. "Why, the
'ri thing Mis. Burton did wot to go
imi huy u baby wagon. Probably f-htril
'ni.tone for fti-rMltv nost;'*-lbs added
It  ii laugh   /'TnllU.ufhereetttag-il-
It  •.labywajM*"' -     "" s '■
. "The babyii'alekly, Wotier*  said
II' tile, "tin'i t.-o U(- tor little Nolllo
.0 t'urty in horarme.   I've often heard
Mrs. Burton wishing for a wagon for the
i-ll.J*." .  Q I
ilieyra aa delighted aa It the monty
.re. -tw.a.ty times as much." continued
other " Itlsn'tmuoh tobe proud
>f-two hundred aril fifty dollan."
"Well. I only wish I had half as
auch," said Martin with a sigh. '-We're
••.•l.i-ttw.itiiontht' rent now, and wl:at
i mode do.vn at the furnaces won't go
»r, to ay nothing of the unpaid groar'a
>lll.   I think 0 ot-ge Is lu good luo <."
They had always been god neighbors,
; eB ilea and Burtons. The two met
-vnrked at thesame Ir mills, ud were
own na a eadv honesb fellows; but It
to happened that work waa slack,
ov n at ' etandttill, ud thot those
1 o ere turne I off had to be Idle or-
unk tri" Job " at the furnooee, some
lily miles up the ralroad.
B .li Huie and Bui ton had lust re-
urnol from neof these expeditions—
lw att rto claim the "good wok" that
'ai befallen htm, and the former to
ep ne that no suoh luok tver same to
ilinself.
Ab iit a wee!c after this, Martin Hale,
■n . li way ho.no trom work, overtook
Senr-ie Burton, who had paused out-lje
he window of oneof those big ttor s
rher.i almost everything eu be
-ought
He wat looking tt a girl's Jacket of
lark cloth neatly trimmed.
Thi k ng of buying your wife a
llamo-d rim-, Oeorge?" aaid M.ttln.
topp ■ g boetdehlm.
lot iet a nhlle," he replied goo'-
lumo .d y "I waa looking at thst
I tie tiftu r "—nodding towards the
a.*ket— ' and thinking I .ould like to
I lor XI ty.U Itltn't too dear, I
[not ahe needi aomethlng warm for
iVInt r, and to-mot*fe SfrM-tbdajif,
" Bui note ydu go lnand nek theprloel*'
I he two Hepped Into the ttore, when
jurt-n bought the Jacket.
" You'n iptndlng yonr fortune pretty
saw. Oeorg*"rtaT.a-ka4 Halt.
glils like to btnloelydrtattd. Besides.
■w, eared oft a* little dtbts, ud tbla
1ft-**  dollan theft toft goto Into Ihe
ink to morrow,
The ealeewoi
juoi »i poteiUt
iroduoed tome Woolen tookt, tnd Bur-
on In examining ihem, told nil pooket.
took on t eoounttr, where itwatipetd-
lyooverelbylhtgooda.
ConoludlDg not to purehue th* rook*,
je took up the parcel oontalnlng the
Mkrt, and with Mnr a thotujht of Ml
none/, left the shop.
Martin Hale took Burton's pocket-
book from undar Iho gooda, unatto bj
the soleswoinifl, who liad tarntt. tt if
place the thlnga on the shell.
"I will givo him ■ littlo soar*,"
he th tight i Tb* twos won't hurt
Um." ! """''
When Burton reaohed Uf own door
ind panted to with Uo ooopanloo goodnight, tht litter raited hit bud to hU
brass -pooket But euddeoly a dirk
thought whltpertd to him. Burton hnd
no mine i the monty; Burton would
never suspect him. And while hi hesitated, kit companion hm gone Into tho
huuf e and closed Uw door.
" I'll give lt 11 Um to-morrow—yea,
eertnlnly to-momw," etld Htrtta to
nlintelf, 'and explain that It wai a Joke,
He will tee thnt none of the money it
*« sting."     	
But next morning, when alone, ht
opened the poeket-book, Jutt to let thr*
the money wrjthjt —
1 Ho counttdi lt:t]
lars. With that
off hit •«*-»■"
imd It o happened that Juat at thii
tlm' Martin Hale wet mon In need ot
money thu evtr ha had been hi hll
Ule. He had made but Utile the put
Bummer, i nd Winter wm coming with
iu i tnlfold needs.
The loet of 'hlaitaonir Memeditnm-
ingpolnt io Oeorge Burtul "goo*
luck." Nt-xtdayUt children wen taken
« Hh the meaaloi, ud » doctor tad to bt
taledln.
O.e  little domtstlo trouble after
iiother oime upon him, ud lit lut he
r i'i ed his dismissal from tha Iron
»o k , w en then wen, the " hou "
<x lalmed,mor- workmen employed thu
wen neoeteaty.
lhe samo fate befell Martin Hall,
and ns be walked flotwllr horaawwtl
lie thought ot thefljiy Mun lying In
ho -u'trct plaot whereho had hidden the
pocket-book.  Heve* oooe tauln had ha
inked ut i, tnd not aday had pa ted
I   t he hnd not i-hmnk from the i nought
of it ud fn>nW*~ ' *■'- —
Kttl i nnd yef.1
loncy, he eol
with h money.
a haunting dread of poverty Utl wut
t, mn d Um to keep It, ud pimple wh«
noticed fl' hi rrt likim-V W$ f-
had btooMMnft* »Bd Boroti, aV
trli. ted IHo poverty end deprivation!.
Ocor e Burton wondered that hit old
no'|-hiio shunned Mm, sad. Mirtfc'i
wii' p-i'Wniiiioi" nidhaw-eed-lh-rlt
li aslii-i her husband's ehuged temper
— « wlii had Mtarto-been niw .ys kind
aiulcoi siltiate to her ud the children.
One   I'vmlng   Martin    took   tht
5*i ft01* mm>w»*m**i
•lh r* wert a*tls«,,aaUI1 Mil Ult
Tak ng ue of tfSt-Vi slipped It Into
ta
bl   vest pocket and starto 1 down thu
stru t.,
lln was not accustomed to drinking
iiii.vtliiiig stronger than lager, but now
(te thought, tb drown his bad feelings, he
won.>i tnke n glass of splr.ts.
Willi; ing down the, tret, In a raomont
of all -o.co of mind nervously rummaging
at liie vest, ho dropped the bill, whl.-h
a 1 Ule boy following.hlm picked up.
.He true Just entering the tiloon, when
the 1 -ttio fellow' ccosted him: I ■
" ph, Mr. Hile, Is lt you?" he laid.
Martin looked dowp. A pang thot
through him. ' It Wii Eddie, Geoige
Burton's little son.
' What do you wantr he laid gruffly.
" Thc-the-money/' hlguped..
Miirtlutu'ned white.     ,      ,
"W|i*'mmayr .-   '!
The boy held up the Mil.
.*! I taw .t. loll. Jt mint havllBpped
oulofatoi»pooket."T'   '.'•*
Martin took the bill mechanically, and
shrank away fr.tm the boy's gate. He
wall; tl on with downcast eyes ana pale
compressed lips until he reached his own
-ildtr.   ■ ' ■   '
Over the way a dim light burned In
GeoTO B»W-*«*.^itviiIaj
the street, heknookeflonthe door, ud
baUedtoOeorghi'i': '•'  i:i.
Burton nine Mt, looking n little
•urprieed.
* Oeorgt, yall lost o pocket-book Ud
•fly dollars raneflme ego?*«ald Mar-
A'
m
"**(*::i»-if.'fJ n.'l
tnd most del
liWI-WI
Heaionf
And 'tt-en ta. told how.ta mA got
tteesslun eg the money, how ta l-H
ipt It, and ft had been through Ita ta-*-
ty.M Borton'i little ua tlirt ho tad
'cosjui t(t> l „	
" Yoiru never epeak to me again, I
eni-pose," he added huskily, "ud I
owu that I don't deserve that you should.
But tlie burden ts off ray soul now, and,
with God'a help, I will be an honest mu
heieofter* ....-'*'..     .
Burton held out his hud. ■
* We will be friendi iiHAs Martin,"
Iteaail. " I wttjttetgoWgovertoyeur
house with good news. I was at tne
furnaces yesterday looking for work,
ud Mr. Bosilwlok offered mo a good Job
at whioh I shall neod help. I spoke tor
yon,' and he agretd to' take you. So
there are better days ln et.ro for us
both, Martin."
Took It All BMk.
Several months ago,,Judge John A.
Williams, of Pino Bluff, Ark., went/on
account of a change of circuit, to a new
town to hold obiirf.1
The village contained no building suitable for a court house, and at a last
resort, a ton -, shed-like houso tha liad
been used for a saloon, '■was selected.
Tlieju go hud. not the time to have the
plaoe renovated, but aftor taking . own
such signs ai "No Drlnke Exchanged
For Wind." nud "Pay As You tio,"
opened coUtt.
He omitted to take down the
" Baloon" outside, ud was busy with a
cas' when t'olonel Met. T-. Jones, also ot
Pln-iBl ft. iirilved..
The lirst ihlug that attracted Jones'
attention niiu tno " Baloon." He went
In, anil, pntijilng the Judge sitting behind
a beer table, uud also seeing a man who
had bo.n a saloon-keeper, but who
was now circuit olerk, standing behind
the bur looking over a book, ho
called: \
" Bay, William*, hive a drink. Bring
In two todtlie , will you?"
He stuml'led over a Juryman, drew up
a oh'ilr and eat down opposite the Judgo,
and taid.
" Two toddles; you wut I toddy,
don't you, Williams?"
" Mr. Jones," said the Judge, "I desire
to Inform you,sir, that court lain ses-
tlon, nnd that tt you don't conduotyour*
se t ln a mon reepootful manner I will
sendyou toJM1." „ A
,".• WeiLb**—.",      -..', rj-r
'   "fir. Sheriff, ttie this mu to Jail.".
"Hold on, Judge, I take tt all
back. Hay," addressing the olrouit
clerk, "you needn't bring them toddles. Good-day, Judge,''—[Arkansaw
Traveler. _. _ -'      ;
Tli. Tailing Banr.
The follow ng Incident occurred In the
early part ofthe last eentaW!
One market day » crowd (Mongol
iound a "larned" bear which wai
being exhibited by a mountebank. A
traveller who wm somewhat of a ventriloquist stepped up tothe totter and
very gravely asked him If hll bear could
" Ask Mm and you'll loott find out,*
was thi surly reply of the mu, who
thought he wil being held up to rldl-
rule. '-*-' ."..".
The ventriloquist then ipprouhed the
heir and laid:
" What country do yon oome from, my
good Blrl"
Tlie bear replied, ln • clear voice;
'From tho Alpe, In Bwltaerlud.*
The yttudem,eveieomewlth uton-
isiinien,drew back* few panes. Thi
ventr loqulst continued!
■-Have jou both' tong ,With, yonr
master?" '
" Long enough to get t'red tt him."
"Isn'fhe kind to your
"Oh, yes' he U as kind as a smith It
to his anvil,* replied the bear.
'•And how do you meu to avenge
yourself?" ...    ■■_,,„
"One of these days I thall ortmoh
him like a radish to my breakfast."
At thete word* the terrified tspwd retreated to t, l -fe distanoe,
The mounteba- k tried to pull th*
bear't chain, but the bear uttered a ilg-
'■ nlflout roar, and the crowd, thinking
the beer was about to execute Ite threat,
discerned ln ill directions. i   -
r'-. ■*"      .. , ^-tho. - i ... ■-.  .
- ,: Ho piatruM. wbs* -••#.:
'   8.1 much talk hbout great men who
-vera born and reare' In the country
(.■rows monotonous.  IttsanlnJuiUoito
tlm 1-oys who happened to bo born In thi
'Itahopl'n'tnUke awiilfferenoewith
c tho:o'y wllemhe was,born, Whether In
tin' on-tiyoi'theclty, tn a pulaoeor*
iii oil, thafenomipf tho boy'ebuil-
nils',.- [M6iit't*8mery0\!a.)Adveitlter.
Truth aai l-saer.
" Then Ii an exqulelte lutoloutntii
ud u abiding iplrltual quality about
Signor Thompsonf • playing, " uid th*
"WtU.ilue'iataipo'lnBhneii ud
•Irki ibouiThoinpion hlateif." ejtcu-
iHedthe fair girl's parent.  (Silti ud
luettftUowllMar
'— ke never told
Mon Ctogdtnte,
i.^^»'',w* »• *-*»». w*r*/<*■
"HedId,for»f*ofc"
, "W.u,th«n,Ihave mon oonMeto*
Ut Ul nctrtty thu I tad before."
.... tn
from her mountain height unfurled her
banner to the air.' What do they oall
Freedom • her* tort" queried a boy who
i " TfotTiS- tt* Toent to nadentud.
WirttUlyu^m^,m?Sr"
Business DirBctoir-
The following Business Directory relates
only to persons whose advertisements appear In the DAILY Columman. It hus
been found true, as a rule, that penons
who advertise liberally are liberal ln their
dealing-., and many persons make lt a
rule to give preference tn their dealings 10
those establishments which advertise
freely. The following list Is arrangsd.alphabetically!
' LBGAlt.
T. C. Atkinson Oolumbia fit
Vf. Norman Bole .-. Columbia Bt
Corbould A McColl McKensle 81
Brnncli Office at Vancouver.
MEDICAL.
Dr. H. M. Coopor Church Ht
Dr.J. 0. Henderson cbllliwliuek, B. 0.
Dr. I. M, MoUan McKensle Bt
Dr. DeWolfeSmllh Clarkson fit
INIItHAIICE.
W. J. Armstrong litre] Court House
H.V.Edmonds ..MoKensle st
W. D. Ferris [life * accident Ferris Ht
T. a Pearson [Ore A life] Columbia Bt
Band Bros. [«re41lfo] MoKensle Bt
Branch Offices at Vancouver & Vie.
Turner-Beeton *Co. Idro] Victoria
woods.Turner A Gamble '
[Ore, life A ucoldeni] ColumblaSt
REAL  BIT ATE AOEHCIBI.
W. N. Bole Columbia SI-
Corbould A Mul oil    MoKensle et
H. V, Edmond McKensle St
W. D. Ferris Ferris St
Capt. Pittendrigh MoKensle St
Band Bros MoKensle SI
Woods, Turner * Gamble Columbia St
AROHITEOT, Ac.
C. H. Clow	
0. W. Grant....
 Clinton St
....McKensle St
CONTRACTOR! * BUILDER!.
Ackerman Bros New Westminster
AUCTIONEERS.
H. N. Rioh ..Ladner's
T. J. Trapp.. ..Coiumbin St
AOENTS FOR MACHINERY, Ae.
Fraser A Leonard	
F. Welcome MeCrady.
BOOKS * STATIONERY.
D. rival... Columbia St-
MVSICAI, INSTRUMENTS.
....Vancouver
.McKensle St
John Adams..... ,
T. II. Pearson..	
 ..Vancouver
 Columbia St
PRINTING * RULING.
The Columbian Steam Printing Establishment.... *....... Columbia St
STOVE! * TINWARE.
,Tas. Cunningham Columbia St
H. M. Cunningham Hi Oo .Columbia St
HARDWARE.
las. Cunningham Columbia St
OA! VITTINOS.
Jas. Cunningham Colnmbia Bt
H. M. Cunningham * Co- ColumblaSt
IEWINO MACHINE!.
0. J. Robson ColumblaSt
HARNESS, *».
Douglas A Deighton Columbia St
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
W. B. Austin *a"i"F,?Pl S.
Jus. Ounnlbghnm Columbia Bt
0.0. Major Columbia Bt
Wm. MoColl Columbia St.
0. MeDonongli Front Ht.
DRV OOODS.
Bon Marohe ColumblaSt
D. Drysdale A Oo Columbia Ht
Jus. Ellard A Co Columbia St
Ogle, Campbell A Co Columbia St
FURNITURE.
W. Prothero. - Columhla Bt
WOOD * COAL.
Henry Elliott [Orden left at W. McColl's]
DRUGS, lie.
D, S. Curtis A Co.... Columbia Bt
A. Peele ColumblaSt
:.;'^"'*»*.TOHERS.
Robt. Dickinson , Columbia St
WATCHMAKERS tk JEWELER!
F. Crake,; .'. Columbia 81
F. stink-*....*.*'.' Columbia HI
0. M: MoNoughlen ColumblaSt
RfACKSMITHING  Al   CARRIAGE
'    " WORKI.
 ColumblaHt
 ColumblaHt
HOTELS.
Farmers Home IHoldenl Church St
The Clarence IRtchards] Victoria
FAINTER!,  *e.
Chas. Murray Clarkson Ht
BOOT! * SHOES.
O.H. Orant ACo Columbia Bt
Thos. Ovens......	
Held A Currie	
H. Kells	
Wm. Ross	
D. Drysdale A Co...,
Thos. Walsh	
...Columbia Bt
...Columbia St
.......ColumblaSt
 Columbia Bt
BAKERY.
A. Diebel Front St
NURSERIES.
O.W.Henry	
E. Hutcherson	
 Port Hammond
 Ladnen
FANCY POULTRY, Ae.
Jno. 8. Cox - Royal Avenue
MONUMENTAL.
Rudge A Monck New Westminster
NOTICE.
i Ll* rEItSONS INDEBTED TO THK
A Corpomtlcm of tho City at Kew Vfeni*
mTnit-erfortlcllnq.U'nt Tuxcu nre hereby
notified Hint iinlenH piiyment U ihhiIp nt
the offlco of tho Oily Clerk on nrtWoio
the 16th ilny nf April next, legnl iirneerd*
Inns will ht-iithi'nfartlioifeovery*o/ the
tame.    By Ordei.
JAH. A. ROBINHON,
dmhMtd C. M. 0.
THK  STEAMER
"GLADYS"
UNTIL   FURTHER   NOTICF.   WII.I,
•leave Wtn-'n Whurf, for
ChllilwliiifK uml Way Places
k TUEiDAVS & F .IDAYS
AIT A. M.,
Returning the following days.
- For freight, Ae.,npply on board or to
W. MATHERS,
dmb3lte On the Wlinrf.
Woods. Turner Se Gamlle
LAND SURVEYORS,
Real Estate, Insurance and
Fire, Lif-', Accident & Marine
Insurauce.
A.*3.-Bs-str-sem
Dominion Express Comp'y, Id.
Kaitern Canu-llaii  ani. Unlet
Ibinght and Sold.
,, COI.IIM-.IA STKKKT,
Telephones*.        MiW WsotTniMHTItM.
8500 REWARD.
TJUVE HUNDRED DOLLARS RK-
J; ward will be paid by the advertiser
forsuch Information as vill lead to the
conviction of the person or persons who
recently sent insnltins anonymous letters
In the .nine of Valentines to a number of
residents of tbis city. The name and address ot tbe advertiser may be had at tbis
New Westmlniter, March 12,1887.
dmbuml
NOTICE.
k  HITTING OF THE COUNTY COURT
A  ot Vletorla will beheld at th. Conrt
House. Cowichan, on  Wednesday, the
13th day of April next.
Ily Command;
INO. ROBRON,
Provincial Secretary,
Provlnolnl Secretary's Olliee,
Uth March, 188T. dmhSMil
Whit Phvii-imi I«y liwr m
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
•'Treatment by Absorption has for some
time been reeognind by Medical Men to
be tbe most slmplo antl effectual moans
of conveying to Diseased OigaDi,'-Curatives," but incases of Kidney Disease and
Complaints attendant thereon, sticcesufol
treatment was praetlcablr Impossible until the Introduction of the Starr Kidney
Fad. It costs less than a single prescription and Is Immeasurably more decisive
and effective than, any quantity of internal
Medicinal doting. Worn Immediately over
the seat of Disease. Ita curative properties
hocome absorbed by the diseased and enfeebled Organs, continuously anddlrectlyt
at required to insure in return their healthy aotion and original vigour. It Is coiti-
fortnblo to the patient and pleasant In Ita
effeots, and cures when nothing else oan.
Tho Starr Kidney Pad accomplishes positive, decisive results. A more valuable
discovery as a true remedy for Kidney
Diseases -was never made.—Medieal Oatette
The Starr Kidney Pad, manufactured
In Toronto, Is a permanent sure cure for
diseases, disorders and ailments of the
Kidneya, Bladder and urinary secretive
system, or attendant complaints, pausing
pnin ln iho smnll of the back, sides,etc.,
producing urinary disorders, such nstoo
frc(]iient, scanty, dldlcuU, painful or copl-
ciiih micturition. Inability of retention and
sedimentary urine, dropsical symptoms,
etc.. denoting the presence In tbe system
of diseases common to the urinary secretive organs—known as gravel, catarrh of
the bladder and passages, Bright1* disease,
diabetes, dropsy, piles, nervous debility,
etc, Bend for pamphlet to LANGLEY A
CO., Wholesale Agents, Victoria, I"-*-"
ed by A. M. HERRING and KB.OL_.
A CO., Mew Westminster; T. McNl
LEY. Ladner's Landing: H. McDOWfcu.
A CO., HAHTINGH SAW MILL CO., THB
VANCOUVER DRUG CO.. Vancouver;
W. E. McOARTNEY A BRO., Vancouver
and Kamloops; J. B. LOVELL Yal&W.
a MEGAW, Priest Valley; H. CLARK A
CO., Kamloops, dwse2Syl
TESTIMONIAL!
Kiineeutw, tSrd June, 1886.
MR. 0. ROBERTSON,
Vancouver:
Representlnt Ooldle A HcCnlloeb,
Gait, Ont
Hm.—We the underaltned having witnessed the terrible tire whleb wined out of
existence the young eity of Vanoouver,
on the istb inst., have, after th. Are, examined tb. safes sold by yon, same of
which were put to the most asveretest,
bavin, been surrounded hy large quantities nf lard and baoon, and we are pleased
to testify to tlie .remarkable mnnner in
which every Hero sold by you preserved
its contents, not only books and papers,
but elso thousands of dollars in paper
money were tnken out ln perfect condition. \Vo enn, therefore, with the greatest confidence, recommend them as thoroughly lire proof:
L. A. Hamilton, tor the CunadltnPtoUe
Railway Company: M. A. MscLesn,
Mayor; John J. Blake, Stipendiary Magistrate! Rloh'd. Alexander, Justice of
we Peace; Johl, Bouf
  -.-illeeMtgH-
trate, city of Vanoouver; Thomus Dunn,
Justice of thoPeaee: Isaac Johns, Col.;
Edward E. Rand, Real Estate Broker;
R. Balfour, Alderman: John Rankin,
Real Estate Broker: Pither * Edson,
Royal Hotel: H. r. Keefer, Contrutor,
C. P. R,; J. W. McFarladd, Port Moody,
to Vancouver and English Bay; P. 0.
Innes A Co., Real Estate Hrakers; A. W.
Ross, Real Estate Broker; Gravely *
Spinks, Real Estate Brokers; R. 0. Ferguson, Mir. R. 0. P. Mills.        JslOte
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
Printing  Company
(.UIMXTSID.)
ON THE 10TH OF JANUARY, 1887,
the Columbia*! Newspaper tnd
Printing Concern wss purchased hy a
joint stock company composed el cititens
ol New Westminster, to he known as the
"Uritish Columbian Printing Co.,
Limited." Thi concern hat been lor
nearly n year owned tnd controlled by
tlio British Columbia Stationer)' md
l'lintiug Company, of New Westminster,
Victoriu nnd Vancouver. The object of
tl-.ono'.v cuin-'Aiiy is to continue thepnb-
lictitl' ti of the BniTisn Coi.i'mbian news*
piipct- nn.l entry ou a general printing and
pulilinliiiig conoei-u, controlled ontirely by
these uliose individual interest lt will bs
to prpimito the development, especially
n! the Mainland, There will be no
slackening ef the energy hitherto dis*
played in tho management of the establishment, and its patrons may rely upon
receiving full value lor their mon«y.
The ComMtiiAH will continue to be entirely Independent in both Dominion ud
provincial politics, and will dtvott Itesll
to the advancement of snch schemes as
may be considered In the pnblic inUreit.
Tht concern It now entirely separate from
sny othor business, the book and
station'-!)' establishment in thit city
having lii-en taken over by Mr. T. R.
Pearson, who will continue to carry It on
in his own name and for his own benefit.
It is desirable that a dally nswspapsr
should be maintained In this city, and
the new company asks lor public patronage on tho ground that it Is engaged tn
an enterprise calculated to promote the
pnblic welfare. It asks that tht Coi*
tistniAs he judged on tit own merits tnd
supported only so long as ttt policy ll
cnoonsistt with its professions. In con*
sequence of this business ohange til ac*
eonuts duo the concern, must be settled
without delay so thtt the books of the
former company may be adjusted and
closed. Address all communications and
remittances to
D. ROBSON, Manager.
New Westminster, .Ian. 38, 1887.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE GOMP'V.
1 Oiiv Bxoau St. and 10 Pai.i Mali,,
, LONDON.
INSTI-TPTEP 1808,
FOR INSURING HOUSES ft OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Turning Stoek,
Ships on Port, Harbor or Dook, and th.
Cargoes of such Vessels; tlto, Ships build-.
Ins and repairing, Barge, and other Vessels or. navigable rlv.ii and canals, and
Good, on board such Vessels, throughout
Gnat Britain and Ireland and bi Foreign
Couutr.es,
f ROM 1.088 M DAM'OK BT FIKK.
Subtorlbed tad Inverted Capital,
•61,600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and tvtry Information oan be obtained os application to
'■'%. J. ARMSTBONU,
Agent for New Weitmlnster.
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION,
ttasr.aleeCpll.1.
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
a home~c6mpany.
"THls. Association, merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it (rom the following
FIAOTS:-
Tbe SecuBky offbred to polioy holders Ih
unBurpaned by my Company doing busl-
new In CaQ4d»,
JtbunoHhemetoi Insannoe- but the
ll-Bdtabliiihftd lines, hence tbe
W*"U*vnu*u,inii*-il  iiuca, nciict* .ue uom-y
hofdertcannotbe mlBlwl m to their con-
tmtk.
1' Its etatemente to the pnbtle oan be readily undentood, Ita cub statement showing every Item of Income and how expen-
' ItspoAltlonlsaioertalnedannuallyfrom
a detailed valuation ln whioh every Item
of.liability Is included.
Its progress hu been unexampled In
the history ot Insurance In Canada,
i Its policies are Indisputable after threo
years, and non-forfeitable nfter two years*
existence.
Ita pvoflte are distributed upon an equitable oasis.   The proflts to one ciuss of
llcy holders are not lessened to Rive
rger proflta to any other olass, wbloh
method affords superior advantages over
tbe uniform bonus plan of distribution.
tar
liberal CeMltlens w to Besldeneeand
Travel.
J. K. MacDONALD,
Managing Director.
T. R. PEARSON
Aunt, Ntw Wtttmlntln
JlMmo-alltraata.
UJ.™.
DIURR * mroMH IS
DryGoods
CLOTHING
 ASD—
GROCERIES
JUST RBCEIVBD IN DRY GOODS,
A NEW STOCK
ball ihsdei ud material of DRE8S
GOODS, including Cashmeres, Merinos,
Silks, 8attni, Blaok and Colored Velve-
teeni tnd Plushes. COTTONS (bleaehed
and unbleached). LININGS, BUTTONS, HOLLANDS, fto. Grey, White,
Scarlet tnd Cheeked FLANNELS. LA-
DIBS GLOVES, In Cotton, Wool, Silk
and Kid. Ltdiea Merino and Limb
Wool Vests. JERSEYS, sll prices.
Bosttry, Muslins, Diiptr Irish linen,
Brilliants, to., ke.
Men's Clothing I
For Quality, Style, Fit tnd Price,
cont be touched.
MEN'S FURNISHINQS
In every Line. Cotton, Merino and
Wool Underwear, White Shirts, Cuffs,
Collin, Gloves, Braces, Cardigan Jackets, to. Also, Cotton, Merino, Cashmere, Lamb. Wool and Knit SOCKS, in
great variety.
Also, BATS and CAPS, Ladles'and
Gtntt' RUBBER GOODS tnd UMBRELLAS.
In House Furnishing Goods
Carpets, Rugs, Window Poles with
Rings tnd Mountings, Window Holltnd
(Buff, Green and 8trlped), Damask aad
Cretonne., Sheeting., Towels, White
Counterpanes, .Bleached and Unbleached
Table Linens, Napkins, Tickings, Blankets ond Arctic-down Quits, Table Cloths
andCovsn.
IN GROCERIES
Everything found In a first-class Establishment, and none but the best. Canned
Goods, Fruits, Meats and Vegetables.
I IMI MTer -'heap «o«u, I Hoal liny
Ikrai or keep lUrm. bnl I (Itr yea Ik.
best aad al Ike lowest prlee Ikey can He
Md al, aad ym itt -.kai. w. repnuat
dnojttto
*    '-- .-'■' ill-.-.
*5"S£.
AU BON MARCHE
Opposite tbe Colonial Hotel
a 3ht
Prints,
Prints,
By calling* and making an inspection
of our SPRING GOODS, you will find that
for Price, Quality and Elegant Designs,
they cannot be equalled elsewhere.     *-- :
WALKER & SHADWELL,
chvap6tc New Westminster, t\,C' •
Fow Wo.      SuiKono.      Kwoho Hind.
Fook Wo tt Co
DRAi.nns in
GEOOERIESfPMISIONS
Employment Office.
Colombia St., nenr Cleveland Honm
dmli22ml
IF YOU WANT
To replace tbe Plimls lost last Winter,
send to
10 Home FlMtl, by mail, for  -    $1
lem-dy Finn's, •    1
S5 packets Flower Seeds,       *,-,   l
I linvo the most coroplcto stoek of Flowering and Ornamental Plants tn tne I'rovlnee.      .
forGet-me-not.
a. A. MoTAVIRH, Seeil-arower nntl Florist, Nortii Baanloti, lt. 0.
sa-.Cataloi'1'cs sent free to any address,
(twmlilfinil
ELECTION EXPENSES
OF T. J. TRAPP.
Advertising and Printing ,.
Hire of HailH » "	
Travelling Expenses ;. ,
Stationery, stain pn and sundries.
,,..tue te
m
MM IS--'
I certify this ttftoe correct.        '"
P. s. CUBIIH, At.nl....
New ■Westminster, Anrll 2, ISS). aanlml .
 ———. i 11 .1 r;,,-.-   i, ■  ; —BE- ['
t^__,___^_^_^_mm^**
NOTICE.
IUAX
WK HAVE APPLIED TO THB MIN- ..
iflti-r of Interior for license to «rt
limber on tbe following described trmct of ,
land In Xew Westminster District:
Oommenoinf at a itako marked Boa
theuastslileofl'llt Lake, about two »ud .
one*balf miles from tbe bead: theneteeM ■
half mile, thence north one mile, tiMiot- ,
west half mile, tbence south one mil*Ja '
point of commencement; also the S.W.
% section 17, township 20. ;,   •
BRUNETTE SAWMILL CO-,LD., ,     '
dapSnil Ily W. N. Draper, Becretorjr.
HO UOK. •ki*S*l
•mt tsmZ.
FURNITURE
W. PROTHERO & CO.
MANUFACTURERS ANI) DEALERS IN
AM. KINDS OF FURNITURE.
REMOVED
to-To shun lately occupied by Mr. Darcy,
Columblastreet.
Call and oaamlno our stock and prices
before Iniyine. We can't be slMHsMW
intbeclty.  ^.nAo,a,.ad.4nej,,y
« MWIe
New Westminster, Coal Harbor
•nd Seattle Ronlc.
THE STEAMER
(J. W. TARTE, Mn-tnr.)
WILl, LEAVE HKATTIiE EVERY
TkMMlay Morn lot ol lu'i'leek. Mr
New Westminster snil Conl Hnrbor, via
Port Townsend sad tti --ts) ends* arrives at
New Westmlnsler i"i Friday forenoon
leave, for Coal Hiiil-or n'-out. two hour,
afterwards; leaves t'OAt, tiARHOR rrl-
day Mini (or Seattle.
hn la Seattle .....8l*tt
FrelsM perlen  I*tt
Speoial rales to merchants.       aplOtc
•feTOTIOB.
VTOTICE IH HEREBY alVaNTHAT
]\ tlilrtv days utter dnte we Intend mak-
ilie npiillentlon to Ilie Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works lor a ea«e for timbering purposes ol the foltowlnt described
laiidiTsltnnte on Hie east side of Harrison
Uke, up a ci-oi-k Benorally known as
Twentv-mllo Creek, where n stoke has
been planted on Iho water's edge of tho
cn-ek about one mile from Harrison Lake;
thence running In n south-easterly direction forty (10) eluilus; theneo tn ft northeasterly directum eight hundred (*»)
ehains'; thence running In a north*wost-
erlv direction lorty {tli) chains, more or
loss, lo the water's edge of said crook-
thence following llio waler's edge of crook
eight hundred (8001 chains, moro or loss,
tothenolnt of enmmoncemont—contain-
lu three thousnnd two hundred (idOOl
acres, moro or less, and to bo known as
aIso, the following lands situate on tht
opposite sine of the oreok to Limit 0, and
lo bo known ns Limit D, commencing
Wliero a stake has been planted about one
mile from Harrison Lak. at tb. water's
edge of sold oreek; tlieueo running In a
nowh-westerly direction forty(40) chains;
thence running In a north-easlerly direction olght hundred (800) cliolusi tliem o
running In a south-easterly illrectlon
forty 1*11 chains, more or less, to said
creek; thenee following the water's edge
eight hundred |SllO] chains, more or less,
lolho point of commencement—containing three thousnnd two luinilred [OO]
acres, moro or less. ',...««.
LEAMY A KALE.
Vancouver, B. p., March 1.1,188..
ilmhl7mj
Estate of Kelly Bros.
TAKrwma.
LL PERSONS INDEBTED TOTHE
 above Eatate aro notified that Mr.
Ileury V. Edmonds is alone authorised
by us to receive payment thereof and to
receipts (or same. 	
B. 3. PITTS,    .
F. O. SIMPSON,
JNO. WILSON,
Assignees ot Estate ot Kelly Bras, .
N
IsTOTIOB.
OTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
_.   OD daya after date, we Intend makln* i
application to tho ChleMV>mmlsslOMroi *,'
I,u mis and Works for permission tojrar-
fluwe bin acres of timber lanCi on novo
Sound; described as follows:
Commencing at a post set on tbe Nortii
shore nf Thorn borough channel, near lis
hPttil.tlnmec North »cbain«, thenee Wf«t
20 chains, South 80 chalni; thenee East,to
plnee of commencement; ■'''■-"--
nOYALCITY PLANING MILU OK: *
JOHN HENDRm
New WeHtmlnster. Mareh 1st,
dmnlmS
0. i. Ackeram.      T. ickcrau.
ACKERMAN BROS.
CONTRACTORS IMNIOERS
rsilasaiea Clvea aa wwk aaywtMtt la
■kt Clly trtmmtry-
PERFECT  SATISFACTION  OHA.BAN-
TEED IN ALL OASIS.
Vfe have come to .lay and ptrson. contemplating building will do well tt too ns
bofore giving their contracts.
dwrnhlllto NewTfMaalas-er, B«'t.
WHITE
IS KIMG!
*VIlTOSII<HJ'1OTTiBEi&Ki|l!EV. '■
11   for this  celebrttttl WWjfiiiJ,.
woultl bt pleased to stnA one on trlalw
snyneraondeslronsal Mrolwstaf,  _i 9
Machines art told« ttaaVimtMn^i
Every Mtchltt- gnataatttd liy tkt Om- >
jinny for fivo j-ttiKi -,'■■■.
iii
3s   KOBSOIV'S
Fruit, Confsitl6n!try«J,!mi>^01att*'' ; *'
wan it China Start,. '['
I'oUmWs St.,
djrtto
hm wm.).
Two Good Businassw,
mHE IINDERSWNED, ABOUT
■ IVSI.    fcr-ttsttMww
iu-.v„r.h%n?i7Pre
Tie, fiom
sTnek of aenj
'«s"^l!f,cS«ir^M.-sHE;
 _ ]fC|lsrehsa"((ls»atli.
HnrrlsonJUn*. „„ j,^ .■___,. ,-
Post offlce In eonnceUffl. -t-Mj_«g*»
plane. Tfclh or alitor j«tlwtoa««*.l**l»i
will bo sold .to bargain
All parties Indebted «
must settle up their a
':-«il
H-flf
cash oir approved j
Apply io       O
Ohllllwhaek, FikilV una
the DArt.***.* oolumbian What We WopM like To See,
■••n.*'
ueelH aa-Mlar,
K
a-•»»**:
UmM *-*-M-*j| agOTajnOIBia-lrUitkHI.)
Mth. Company's steam Priming Establishment, Colombia St.
Sill-rend In tho CltydoUy,...1SSe. per week
ailed daily, ont year..." ™.,..|.0.(K)
Mailed dally, six months  6.60
oniimim urn m the daily. '"
Traasleal Adveltlsea-eata.-Flrst lnser*
Hon,loots, per Una solidnonpai-ell; eaoh
subsequent oonseoutlve Insertion, 2ols. per
Ub.. Advertisement, not Inserted every
day, It ots, per lln. each insertion.
AdT.rlls.as.als. - Regular
  Professional Advertisement.
will be received atfollowlng rates; 1 Inch
ir month: 3 Ins. tt; k col. tisoi K col
>; I col. III.  If Inserted for lem (Sau .1
sum. lOpercent. will bo added. ...- ;
•perl.1 HMIeos among reading mtttor,
'J* ets. por line ench Insertion.  Specials
oalling attention to advertisements, loots.
per line.
•*■-*■-- --  -*<i Deaths,91 for each
allow In connection
"■ TsWtion.
r,»h«dBMwod,ch.ir»-o.i
 „, loan transient advls, If
eharged at regular transient rates.
THE WEfektV'COLUMBIAN
■■•■ed ev.ry/ We-tkeMlay Moralug.
Iiellvered 111 the City, peryear... '-..DO
Mulled, peryear 2.00
■ialled.ouiontlle.   1.25
WtlUY MVIlMlsD MTII.
Traasleal A«v.HlseMeals.-Klr3tlnser
lion, 10 ets. per line solid noopnrell; sub*
sequent Insertions, 5 ot*. per line.
Martial Advertlsesaeatt.-For 1 Inch,
11.60per month*. '2 Iub. |2 per m,; 3 Ins. 92.00
Grin.; 1 eol. 913.76 per m.  If inserted for
is than ft mos. 10 per cent, will bo added
to these rates.-.—- -     - -    -
Speol.l notices among reading matter,
ets, per line each Insertion.
Cat. must be nil melal.and for largeeuls
an extra rate will be ohanted: No advt.
Inserted In either Issue for loss than 91.
» ' " i i
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS OAT.
Au Boa Marohe..... Walker & Shadwell
Spring Fashions  - J. Ellard It Co
Notioe -.-, R. C. Planing Mills
Tenders for Piling H, V. Edmonds
Flour D. H. McMillan k Bro
faUfi $ritiah Columbian
Wedaesdar Evealac. *»rll a, int.
The Dunsmuir loft for Nanaimo this
morning.-'!'"
Tht spring anises art set down for
May 4th at this oity.
John O,'End is known as King uf
tht Boodlsn in Canada.
Three carloads of cattle and aix of
freight arrired lut evening.
The prorineial house it to be pro-
rogued to-morrow afternoon.
An advance party of the Salvation
Army arrived in the city to-day.
The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe
hire obtained admittance into Chicago.
Direct from London—A large assortment of Spring Millinery at milord's.
apli ted
Chsi. Wilion, a drunk, wat fined $2
and costs at th* police court this morning.
Next Friday being a public holiday,
there will be no issue of the Daily
Com-uiAK.
There are number of varieties of corns.
Holloway's Coma Cure will remove any
of ttaim. Call on your druggist aud get
a bottl. at one..
Just opining, received frotn tbe
tait, 5 crates of Crockery and Glassware, at Sinclair's *
Ptr. C.P.R.,just received, a large
isKiilment of Prints and Dress Goods
tt tkt Bon Marche. dmhiiltfi
Arrired—Yatemite, from Victoria;
Adelaide from Chilliwhack. Departed
—Dunimuir, for Nansimo.
The W. U. wires went down south
of tht boundary at 10:20 this morning.
AU the other win. ore O.K.
The new directory of St. Louis con*
taint 1«,C70 names. Thii would indicate a population of 428,000.
According to the programme the
teachers' institute will open in the
high sohool building next Saturday at
10a.m.    .
. Some desirable two and a quarter
tcre lott in the suburbs for sule it
very low prion. Apply lo Baud
Brat. dmh2tlto
New Dress Goods in till the latest
styles and shades, with trimmings,
lacing cord, Ac, to match, nt J. Ellard A Co's. ' opStcd
In Minnesota minister! of the _n,
pel will haye to pay full faro on the
railroadi under a new law of the itate
legiiliture.
"Fatty" Edwards, of the Argus, is
a oandidate for Mayor nf Fargo, D. T.
He ought to SU .tba: chair, since lio
weight 337 pound*.
On TuMdsy kst th. C. 1'. R. .tait-
id lipocisl oulnnlst', train  f  Ot
tan to pointi in Manitob.,the North-
watt snd British Columbia.
It will be tten Unit another tilt of
city tquaw it to to held on tlit 23rd
Inst., st At Colonial Hotol. There
art a large nnmbar of lott tii be offered
at this sio.   Sit adv.
Remember th* Itsture in the Skating Rink to-night nnder tlio auspices
of the Y.M.CU-. ky Rev. Robt Lennie. Subject! '-On* of the Burning
Qii-t-tiot-softtaBa*.*. *
Hr. Btnj-.rini-.Pi.wttotstlm.tc.
that of th* 4,600,000 emigrantt t* th*
United Statu during the hut twelve
ytan 138,000 have been Jewi, 46,000
of whom tot* landed at Castle Oarden
within Mm put two yetrs.
V* tot* raoei'td a nice inortinont
of Fancy Tweeds, Blaok Worsteds and
Fast Ooodt for the Tailoring Department, Built madt to order at reason-
ablt prioes, and In good ttyle.
rah2d6tw3     TS. Dbysdale A Co,
Attention it called to the advertise*
otat which tnpean in another column
relating to th* celebrated Manitoba
low manufactured by Mews. D. H.
MaMtll**. * Ht,., Winnipeg mil Q-
ApplD*. We believe thit Jour hss no
■qprior.   Mr. W. W. MoMilUn, who
**• m.m*h<$mem}t'kli*°mi<*«
to   our mer-
ADtmaMatsjiMiof tkt lit imt.
Mm ttat ,*n Tnttday lut Thot.
BMrry.-sMlon fornnan at Ross Peak
S^'waskllUd He— i« .deep
woAjMH •*■•***•• nbout the
fnck, and wton he taw tht work train
toVtin|A*WM<ll Um toolimheilth.
Tho board uf worka hare the ferry
slip repaired at once.
Couu. Jaques 830,000 Imiii pass
witlinnt d dissenting vote.
-A goodly number nf substantial,
buildings erected during the coming
summer.
More fish in the market.
Tho now woollen mills in operation.
    , .-. »	
Im'REAMKn.—Tho alnirin too telegraph office hal lately been increased
by tho addition of four lien- operators.
The total number in the ofllce is nuw
thirteen. |
lUraisi CmrncH Seats. — The
benches that were used in the now
Baptist churoh iti this city beforo the
upholstered seut. were put in, nre on
Austin's wharf awaiting shipment to
Vancouvor. They will bo placed in
the now Baptist churoh in that city,
which is to bo opened next Sunday.
I. —. ■»,-» —
The Dby-Dook.—On Friday Ilie
caisson was placed in position in the
Esquimalt dry-dock, and afterwards
tho machinery was tested. Everything is ssid to have worked satisfactorily, and iu a few weeks the dook
will be ready to receive ships. This
great work will add to the prestige of
British Columbia, and ought to be a
paying business enterprise.   The dock
cost 8000,000.
 —-*.. .
Advocating a Loan.—Tho Columbian is advocating a loan of 830,000
for publio improvements in Now Westminster. It thinks that it is not creditable that a city 25 yean old ihould
bo without a city hall. Most people
outside of tho oity itself will agree
with our contemporary. Vancouver
will give it a few pointers on how to
borrow money and judiciously spend
it beforo either place is half a dozen
years older.—-Fie. Times.
I Prohibition ik Nova Scotia.!—'A
| despatch dated Halifax, Mar. 25tli,
'says: "The wonderful growth of tho
temperance sentiment among politicians was shown,, in tho Nova Scotia
legislature yesterday afternoon when a
member moved tho second reading of
a bill re-establishing saloon licenses,
but could ltot get any one to second
his motion. Finally the premier seconded it as a matter of courtesy. When:
a vote was taken only tlie movorand
seconder voted for it. Tlie premier
admitted that prohibition would soon
be ail accomplished fact in Canada,
and advised liquor dealers to prepare
for the inevitable."
ScHIBNEt for Aran..—-The April
number" of Scribner's Magazine gives
ub nn excellent portrait of Thackeray,
and a collection uf his unpublished
letters. The "Story of a Now York
Houso" is continued, nnd thore is an
interesting illustrated paper on "Modern Aggressive Torpedoes." "Fortune" is followed by "The Residnsry
Legate;" aud the "Reminiscences of
tho Siege and Commune of Paris" aro
continued. Besides these there nre
several interesting articles. Scribner's
Sons, New York; 83 a year.
The Stranded Steamship.-- The
Mexico is Btill lying hard and fas', on
tho Hollo Chain reef. At low tide the
greater part of the vessel is high and
dry. As she was running full speed
when she struck tho rooks and the
engines wero not stopped until some
minutes after the accident, the vessel's
hull has sustained considerable damage. The Louise on Sunday brought
dewn tho officers and crew to Victoria.
It is expected the examination of the
vessel will bo completed to-day. The
Yosemite did not h.i.1 her on her way
here.
 •.«*———.
FnosPEunvE Expansion. — Some
person in Non-Zealand sends us a copy
of the Wuirarapa Observer, of Carterton, N. Z., containing an article on
the question of the revision of the IT.
S. tariff so as to admit wool free nf
duty. The article concludes as foi
lows: *' The prospect of a large trade
soon growing up betwe.-n thu Unfia*
dian Dominion antl tin* c- l.,nies ,-f
Australuia will uii-linln.-illy hasten
tuch a coniummatiim " Tliis return,
evidently, to the priMpeciitc sieaui-
shipline from British Columbia to
Australia tnd New Zealand.
An Extensive Building —In another column Mr. H. V. Edmonds invitee tendon for piling his lot on Merchant square. As toon it the piling
has been completed it is tho internum
of Mr. Edmonds to commence tliu
erection thereon of a three-story
building with t frontage of lid feet on
Columbia st. aud 122 ft. un Duuglis
it. Tlie ground Door uft liis building
will be divided into three stores nnd
tn office. It Iim lint yet been decided
how the upper stories -..ill l.e finished.
The cost of tlio i.uildiug u-iil be something liko810.000. Mr G W. Orant
is drawing thu plans.
Bad Bills —Several worthless hills
on eastern banks nro said to be in circulation iu this pr-'vinop. Piincipiilly
they nre described as follows: Bank
uf British North Atnei-ien 810 note,
marked "cancelled'' iu red letters
scroti liolli ends of llio faco i-f lhe
bills. This uoie is in uked imynlile iu
Vicioria, 11. C, snd is dated July 3d,
1877, und signed bv E. Stinger, ac-
Giiuni'iii', nn.l R, Qriniiey, Uoiuoli-
dated II,nk of Mniitresl $10 tutus,
Which wure H'ol.-u from the bank in
Miftitre.il abuut 8 years ago. They are
signed by W. Iiwiii,and are worthies.'.
These bills are becoming very numerous oil over the country, and it is well
to keep a .harp limlt-niit for them.
iNCEHAsiNa.-Sinue the Postal Telegraph system Ims announced its lines
ready for eorvico the busineu "f tho
telegraph niliceB in this oity is rapidly
increasing. Two polar duplexes, une
between San Francisco and this oily
and one between Winnipeg and Ihis
city, aru being operated night mid
day. By the term duplex is meant
that thu capacity of Iho wire is doubled, thus enabling a detpatcher and a
receiver to operate on the one wire at
tho same lime. Thete duplexes employ eight operators. In a short timo
the duplex instrument between here
snd Winnipeg will bo replaced by a
quadruples. This instrument quadruples tho capacity nf the win, two re*
otivon tnd two dospatchen being able
to operate at onco on a single wire.
Tho number of nieusget at present
Sitting through Ihe office It 600 per
iy. The oilieo is the mott Important
between Montreal and Sin Francisco
on tht 0. P. R. or Postal lines.
Thepeople of this country have spoken. They declare by their patronage of
Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil, that they believo it to be an article of genuine mel it,
adapted to the cure of rheumatism, as
well as relieves the pains of fractures
and dislocations, esternsl injuries, unrns,
bunions, piles, and other maladies.
Mm* Parliament.— liis Excellency the Governor General hit ordained thnt the formal opening nf the
New Westminster Moot Parliament
wiil tako place in Hyaok hull tumor*
row evening at 8 o cluck. ' We i leant
thut thoso interested havo spared no
pains to make this sooiety a success.
Already a very large number of members nro enrolled. The opening ceremonies will be an exact imitation of
tho opening ceremonies of the Dominion Parliament at Ottawa, consequent*
ly those preseut will ..enjoy a treat
both interesting and instructive. The
doors sre thrown open to tlia public,
and all are cordially invited to atteiid.
Already a largo number of ladies bavo
signified their intention to be present.
An Interesting Case,—Robt,Wintemuto was charged at the polico 'court
this morning by Constable Peane
with obstructing the sidewalk contrary to by-law. Policeman Peane
swore that the defendant had allowed
a log of wood nearly four feet long to
remain on tho sidewalk yesterday, and
liad liis workmen employed in dressing
it Deft, hsd been notified to remove
it, but preferred to let it remain- until
ho had finished hewing it. He admitted that he allowed the log of wood to
remain there, but nid that it proved
no obstruction to passers-by. He
very properly pleaded that many of
the merchants and dealers in the city
blockade continually the sidewalk
with their goods boxes and sample
goods. Other witnesses were called
who testified that in their opinion the
log formed no obstacle. Judgment
was reserved until Thursday.   . M m.
 ♦'■'•„ "i' '-       II,
Do no delay iu getting relief for the
little folks. Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator ia a pleasant and sure cure.
If you love your ohild why do you let it
suffer when a remedy is near at hand.
Personal.
C. K. Monck left for Nanaimo this
morning on tho Btr. Dunsmuir.
Jas. Orr, M. P. P.,and W. Norman
Bole, M. P. P., came up on the Yoiemite.
G. A. Perrin, agent for tht Railway
A Navigation Guide, came up by tho
Yosemite today.
At the Colonial: W'! O. SJrong,
Hustings: H. Clinton, Victoria; 0. F.
Comptou, Loudon; J. Walker, J. < U.
Tudd, Victoriu; S. Smith, Ladner's;
J, S. Spencer, Portland; W. Clow,
Victoria; J, A. Clarke.i A. J. Dana,
Port Moody; B. C. Pettiugell, Viotoria; 0. E. Stevenson, Toronto; A. B.
Llewellyn, Seattle; B. M, Cunningham and wife; Chicago; D. P. Currie,
Chicago; J. Campbell, Senforth.
D. Sullivan, Malcolm, Ontario, writes:
"I have beon selling Er. Thomu, Ecleo
toral Oil for some yenrs, and have no
hesitation in saying that it .has given
hetter satisfaction than auy othsr medicine I have ever sold. I consider it only
patent medicine that cures more than ft
ib recommended to cure." Unprincipled
persons are selling imitations of Dr.
Thomu' Eclectrio Oil. Do not be deceived. I
rAstnttir.it.
Fer str Yosemite, from Vletorla. Aprs-
Mrs B J Miller, Miss Wilson, Mlsslllok*
lnson.MIss Ellonl, Mrs Waller, Miss Bol-
ings, J Walker, Hamilton, Jas Orr, MP, 1
II Toad, <! K Cooper, W A Hancock, 3
McDiinuld, A Pundolii, J A Francis, It
Francis, Veilorsliaw, W Hniltll.Hmllli.O
Pewy, I Van Volkenfcuix, R Fun-on,
Wautlirean,« M Hewes, It w Olirow, O F
Oomplll, Bharlton, T Humphries. M H
Lmiry, Jus Ijlldlaw, T Johnson, J Jones,
II IJ llensnn, W Norman Hole. ...
<o-i*>h;m:i:i.
Per str Yosemite, from Vlotorla.-Apr t—
BCl'C'o.OJ llobson. C MoD, I' W liuvld-
son. I) II, I) Lyal, o Gray, II Harvey, J
Hhaw.JH Mnnsen.J M Cowpor. J Wise,
IC O VI, KII I„ 1.1'illier, SI lloss, M Hoy™,
Mcli llros, M Mlnclnir, I'eel-'.cstlc Heckley,
It.I ArniJlriinit, ll V I' Mills, It u llurrle.
It i.ii-itinson, (lev Meaoleken,stewuM A
flash, T It Pearson, Van V Bros, W Mn*
Coll, \V II Burns, W B Townsend.
AjTKK YKAKH'OF   Sl'lTERtNU,   pi-r-OHS
who havo vainly sought remedial help
from other sources, have obtained the
longed desired relief from Northrop k
Lyman's Vegetable Discovery anil Dys
peptic (.'lire, wide puts a stop to the tor*
monts of Dyhpcpdla: renews activity of
the 1'owels and Liver, relieves maladies
incident to the gentler sex, and builds
up failing health and strength, gives
purity to the blond, ami lone to tht
whale system.
TendeFS for Piling.
rpENDERS WILL BB .RECEIVED BY
X theuuJeralgneduptoNnntlay.Aprll
Ulh, mutant, at aooa./or Filing Lot 1,
BltX'kO. Plans aud ipeciflrstions con be
keen at the oflloe of Mr. O. W. (Irani,
arohltecJt McKenxle Bt.
dapflUl      -0,  HENRY V. EDMONDS.
„,*, ..-ii.. i —..■■■.ijnj.ijjj4.ruj—mus-
OT. PAL'l.*ff CHUHClt. HervlpcB I'V-
C i.rv Htm.i.iy nt. 11 a. m. uixl 7 p. M. in
the Church, si. .Mini slh'i't, i>i-|<-w Rrtyul
nvenue. Hunli> fro*., till urt- nml ial ly Invited,   HUnd«vHHicMiliit2.*H». M,     '
((oati**.
K
KTHODIflT CHl-HCII, Mary HU
_ Rev. C. Watson, I'lim.-r. Hei-vlcex ut
a, m. and 7 p. in. Sundny Ht-hool nnd
Hlblu (JIiihh 2:30 p. in. Prayer Mct-tlug un
TtmrKdnyHRtHpi m. Heat* treat nttMkon
conl lul l.v Invited. jMMe.:
UAPTIRT   CHVRCH. AgneH Hlrt'ct,
I) Kant, of Mary street. Rev. Robert
Hennie, Pmlitt, lAitd'n Day ScrvjecH at II
ll. in. nnd 7 p. tn. Nubbiiih ftihofrfniid
Bible Clasi til 2:80 p. m. AU keaUme;
ntrangflr*4 cordially welcomed,   d*deZ|to
i      UA10H LOUGH No. O, A. P.
■■-41^ Jfc A. M.— The regular Com*.
it JT munlcattonn ot thin Lodge are
/V\ lu'ltl on the flrst Monday tn each
mouth. Sojoumliif brethren are cordially Invited toattend *
PETER ORANT,
MMo Secretary.
ELECTION EXPENSES
OF T. J. TRAPP.
Advertlsinenilil PrlnllllK...
-■--.ns	
 1110 78
Hire nl Halls ;   29 00
Ti.ivHllint Kxponses  00 10
Htnll(,i."iy,i.toiiu>.inn-l suntlrlfs-...«  'U TS)
.'imir,
I certify tlila Io to tiori-ort. it
D. B. OOIITM, A(Snl.
Slew *A'estmlnsl.r, April i, itsf.' duplinl
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Vi we have applied to tbo Minister of
the Interior for a license to cut timber on
the following described lands, situated In
the district of New Westmlniter end Province of British Columbia;
The North-east 40 uerrn bf Sertlon ft),
Township (1), one, In Group One.
The North-east 100 acre* of Section -.1,
-Township [7],seven, In Oroup One,
Tbe South-east 60 acres of and Inland sit u-
ntedln section 11, Township [*>]. 'orty,
In Group Two, -, .
ROYALCITY PLANINbMIIJ*SCO.
[Limited
> r*     .      JOHN HENDRY. Manager.
Now Westminster,B. tl., April 5th, 1887.
dftpBrnr
Auction Sale
TTAVINa RECEIVED INSTRUCTION
XI from the Executor of the late AlexanderMorgan, I will sell by Public Auction, on tne premises. Columbia street,
New Westminster, the Building used as a
BARBER'S SHOP,
With all the Stook and Fixtures used In
the Buslnessj together with Bed-room and
Kitchen VaraMare and Utensils; without
reserve; on'
'   Tbondty, Ibe fib April Next,
AtlOo'clock a.m. ^   .
Purchasers ean make arrangement for
further extension of lease of ground by
applying to landlord.
wuTerms Cash,-.., T. J. TRAPP,
N.W., March 20,1887. Auctioneer.
r dmbSOtd   ',--."
- IMPORTANT	
Auction Sale
10 BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION,
by the undersigned, on
T
Wednesday, April 13th, 1887,
Commencing at 10 a. m., at tho Farm of
Hr. John Latimer, La:igfey Prairie, the
following live and dead Stock:
.1 spaa mt Work Honest good.
l>yrai*-tMCioIt.  .
lladdleBme.
• Cows.
4 S*y»r>o1d Heirer and Steers.
• year-old Calves.
1 Wagtaa nearly new; nnd sundry other
fans Impleairati,
Tkrms--Under 120, cash; over that amount, approved joint bills, nt tm days wit h*
out Interest.  *. '-,   ___
■■:   HENBY DAVIS,
dwmhBltd   * .-■   • . Auctioneer.
In the Supreme Conrt or llrltlsh Columbia.
In the matter of the Dominion Saw-mill
Company. Limited, a Company In Ll-
■ Qttidiitlou; nndln the matter of an net
'bf the Parliament of Canada* passed In
thc 45th yearof Her Majesty "(j reign
Intituled an Act respecting Iusolvcnt
Banks, Insurance Companies. Building
Societies, and Trading Corporations:
and nn actnl tne said Parliament passed
in.the 4lttu year of Her Majesty's
reign, C.4«, intituled an Act to furthor
.amend the Bald Act.
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER
J. made herein on the tind day of March.
1887, all persons having claims against
the Dominion flaw-B.UI Company are notified to send In their claims tu tbe undersigned, duly proved, on or before the llth
day of April next, and ln default of their
so doing thoy will be debarred from nny
shard In the 1st dividend to be declared.
i       JAMES C. PREVOST.
Registrar Supreme Court.
Dated March 28th, 1887. dmhSWd
Canadian Facile
*    RAILWAY.
FRESH WATER TERMINUS
City of New Westminster!
IMPORTANT
Auction Sale
(_  OP	
CITY RESERVES
—AND—
GARDENS.
A PUBLIC AUCTION WILL TAKE
place at th. Oolonlal llnlrl, in
the City of New Wrstininstcr, on
Saturday, 23rd pril, 1887,
At 8 o'clock in the t-vciiuii*, when the
following Lots will bu subinittt-tl to public CHI-petition, fn uccorilunce with
"Ijiiiil Sule By-Law, 1881," -mil sincutl*
incuts thereto, vis.: >,
tloVEllNMKNT OFPICE flAKDENS.
. Block A,
Lois 3, 14, IS, ID* 20.
VICTORIA GARDENS*-l!liM*k II,
Lots3, 4, 5, 11. 8, H, 10, II, 12, 13, 18,
10, 20, 30, 35 * 311.
ST. PATRICK'S SQUARE * Bloo'i 1).
Lots 10,  II, 12,  1.1,  14,  IS, 21, 22,
S3, 24, 26, 2(1, 27, 28, 21), 3D, .11, 32,
33, 34, k 36.
ALICE GARDENS-.Block I*.
. Lots 8, 9 ii 10.
CLINTON PLACE IIESKRVE-Block F
Ut, 1, 2, 3, II, 11, 14,1.1,10, 17, 18,
19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 26, 26, 27, 28,
20, .10, 31, 3.1, 34, 36 * 30.
ST. OEOROK'S BQUARE-Bloek H.
Lots 14, IS, 18,  17, 18, 19, 20, 24,
26, 2(1, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 82, 34, 36,
3(1, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41 k 42.
ST. ANDREW'S SQUARE-Blook K.
LoU 10, 17,  24, 26, 20, 27, 28, 33,
t 14, 36, 38, 37*38.
MTTlie Lots are mestly 00 by 132 feet.
' TERMS-raVd per ncnt. on Ibe fall of Iho
hammer; 83H per eent. in Ihreo mnnlhsj
and the balance of the porchi-io money In
six months trsint dole nr sale,
Hy order,
JAMKH A. H0WN80N.
O. M.f.
OltyDlerk'sUIDee,
Ne* Westmlnktcr, Ub April,.WW.
ilpp-'ilil
XtOI'IOE IS HEHEBY WlVEN THAT
IH 1 have mado iippllculion lo tho Ohlof
Commlssionerof Lands und Works, for a
Icense to ont and carry nwny timber from
land on the south side ol Mnlasplne Inlet,
in he Province of British Oolumbia, do*
scribed as follows: ,
t'ommenolnii at n slnko sel nt the east
end of said Inlet; thence forty 140] chains
south; thenco ln n uorlh-wcterly direction six hundred and forty [6-tol chains;
thenoe north to waters edge forty HOI
chnl'iii, more or lessj thenoo along water's
edge hack to placo ol commencement:
eontulning ono ihnusnnd (1000) aeros, more
orless,
A. A, BAXTER.
Now Wesl,, 1st April, 1887. dtpSml
Notice to Creditors!
TAKE NOTICK THAT EDMUND J, J.
, Kelly mid Wllllnm II. Kelly, trading
bh Kelly BroB.,nt, tho city of New WeBt-
mhmtor, lmvo this duynmlgnod nll their
renl nnd personal estnte to Messrr*. S. J.
Pitts, John Wilson mid K U, HIimiKnn, in
trust for tho creditors of tho suld Kelly
Bios. Creditors are reoiiestcd to sond
their claims to Mr. 8. .1: l'ltts, Vicioria,
forthwith.
Dated Mnrcli fitli, 1887.
S. PKItltY MlIiLMtOf Victoria
t AND
CORHOVliOA MCCOLL,
.   , Of Now Westminster,
dmhTiiil' solicitors for Trustees,
Delta Stock Yard.
LADNER'S LANDING. "
IHE FIltST AUCTION SALE OP
T
Live Stock and Implements
Wilt beheld In tho above Yard on
Wednesday, llth Mny, 1887,
For which the following entries huvt- already been received ,*
13Mllrli Cows, with mid"In cnlf;
Ia-jcnr-old SioiiiTK;
S 1*year-oUl EIcIIVi-h A Mvers,,
lyolteutWorUllxen,
8Mar»!i, In foiit;
R Work llei'sr-t.
Also, 1 nearly new Hrandfard Self-
Binder* 1 No. 1*2 OntMime Hnir-Blndrr.
8-ft.cnt, In working order; mil a useful
assortment of implements.
Further entries may be made to the un-
dcrslKiicii, the particulars of which will
appear la future iwlvertlsomentgt
It. N. RICH,
Auctioneer.
Laducr-s Landing, March as, 1887.
ihviiiiri.'ttc
IH, JI
CHILLIWHACK,
HAS MADE AKRANGEMENTS
with John Kllt.it li C'o.*s Agrl.
cultural Works, Lomlon, Out, to fm-
nish him with all kiuris of
Frimijlei'iits.
FOR B. 0*
mt Jenkins feels he can suit
the Farmers in every stylo of Implements
and guarantees his Machinery tivst-ilnss,
or no sale. He will also keop all kinds
of Repairs for Machinory at Chilliwhack
and Westminster— comsi'tjuetitly Farmers will not hereafter be rcmiirj-d to g*-*
to Victoria or Ontario for thou*repairing.
Mr. Jenkins hns beon iu this business
thirty years. Everything he sella hot
been made in tho last six months, and on
the latest improved pattern ■   -".
He has on haml the far-fanied *»
Champion Seed Drill
AND BROAD CABTKR,
Mmlo in Oslinwn, Out, hy Coulthnnl k
.Si-ntt; no eijnal or no snlo.
Among his Stook are the following:
Milwaukee Junior 'Mioiw Binders
5*ft. cut, weight only 1100 pounds.
TESTIMONIAL,
Messrs. John Etliott A Sons.
DEAR SIR8--Wc are very pleased lo
give our testimony lo llio vory saMslnolnry
manner In which yonr 8ol(-bludlng Henn*
er, "The Milwaukee .lunlor," lias cut H
good English crop nf wheat.
The crop, except in a luw hnro places,
would average from 8.1 to m Imiln-ls per
acre, perhaps moro, antl lu places c irtaln-
ly moro.
. Woonly had two' horses to work 11, and
from considerable exiic-rlL-m:.. In the work*
Ingof Self-Binding lloaners, we should,
without hesitation, say If. went as enslly
with two horses iiNMomeothi-i-j wllh threo.
The Knotter tied lieatilully, and wo are
extremely plensed with ilie simplicity
We should add that our client, Mr. 01-
ney, on whoso farm wo were working,
snys It Ir the host machine he has seen
work.  Wc out nhout II acros In t,% hours.
We nre, Vours very truly,
BURLINUHAM, INNISH,'*
■*!' .   •"   -",.   -;       I'.VTKIl.NOSTKII.
London, Engtnntl,
Triumph Single Umprr,
One of the strongost anil lutist pat
torned in tho market.
Warrior Mower,
No cnual on rough ground; handled
mul sold it- for lhe last suvcu years snd
iilwnyB fonnd p-irclnseis satisfied.
I'linmplon Haj llnke,
Stands hlglier on Its «Ileitis and Is
rtrongcr than any othor; ipiy .mall
hoy con dump it.
Hnitij- now,
Now' •tulvcr-'ally iiso'ij in tho U.S.;
eithor sod or slnhhlo; minis entirely of
steel. .
Steel Disc lliii'niiv,
For breaking up sod iim!  Minima
follow—-nono liko it.
Minor's llnrruw,
With sixty steel tooth.
One Hundred Plows
Of ull different patterns, and of every
description-breaking plows, stubble
plows.
I I lll.rnln Grinder,
(Irinds'evoiy kind of grain, 15 to SO
bushels an hour; alao
Pirn-nix (Irliider.
Alsoon bund tlie cell lnated McCIOf ke*
Sf pnrt tor, and the celebrated Water-
ous Fire Proof Champion Engine
(either horizontal or upright), both these
are too well known to need recommendation.   He buys them wholusale und is
consequently aula to sell thein very cheap.
Ho  keeps also a  eoinplete  supply   of
Urmouth A 1)0*1 renowned Hone
Powers, Thrashing Machines, Drit
rniil Circular Sawing Maehlnei,
Agent for all kinds of Wagons,
Call and see inuliofpre going elsewhere,
W. H, JENKINS,
Chilliwhack, Now  Westminster, Kim*
loopi,.'Ungloy,,liulners, or nnywhsn,
in the 1'iovince. wnpjml
^m_mmt__*_*_mm
mew ooalis
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
Black Silks A Satins.
Lace Curtains & Counterpanes.
Table Linens. Napkins &
Towelings.
Kid Gloves. Corsets & Hosiery.
Embroideries, Laces & Edgings.
Collars, Cuffs Jt Handk*ch'fs
Clothing, Hats, aad Men's Farnlthlng Coodt,'...
Carpets, Llnolenma, Oilcloths and Mats,
ALL OFFERED At VlftV OLOSE PRIOE8,
D. DRYSDALE & CO.,
April 2, 1887 73 Oolumbia,St.'i New WestriilnsleK
JUBILEE YEAR 1887.
JuiBt received in our Millinery and Dress
Department, the Newest Designs from London Direct, consisting of   ;
NOVELTIES IN mm
The Battenberg,Lady Churchill,Queen'sJubilge,Norfol)c, Cliandi'S,
Rutland, Sumeld, 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.
Great additions have been made to our usual heavy Stock, in
every Department, including Men's Clothing and Furnishing.
llff -UAMES ELLAflp & PC |f
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
Have just receiv«34j W M>
P. R., their first consignment English Dry Goods
& House Furnishings, consisting of Brussels & Tapestry Carpets, Lace and
Scrim Curtains, Damasks,
Cretonnes, Table Linens
& Napkins, Towels, &c.
An inspection solicited.
I    ' dwmhlllto'
'l     .ttHVi -     „___   ■       '     .■•__,<   '  1.1
BoU.& SDfW WlttHL DiaHliffi""
BRACELETS, PINS, LOCKETS, CHAINS, AC.
Aisp a li-rge  assprttD,?iit,of   SILVER. ELATED   WARE
knives; eorks, sp66ns,.&c. .
{^* All Goods guaranteed to be as represented.   *"
C. M. McNaughten,
dw-jai9tc Colonial ^LbcK,'kew Westminster, E C.
D. H. McMILUN A BRO.
ROLLER FLOUR MILLS,
m. ' ":";-•-:,'' "'*
Qu'Appelle Rq|ler Mills.
ta.Tr'jLTr*x.x,m -rxAJuxoxt, ■:   '- '«'•      '■'. - m-.ttr. *.
MT Ask for McHllUl'l Bn
i"iJil*oi|l*k«nlt«srd«t
Jfon'iilii, rSj^i ITri*,Vsj*,t-,..

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