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Array Daily
iBorornmont Priutn-g offlc:
VOLUME 4
NEW  WESTMINSTER, li. C„ HATUEDAY EVENING, APRIL 21, 1888.
NUMBER M
,D
eWOI.Ir* SMITH, II.D.
Ol-FIUK-iriiiiksmi Rtroot,oppositeroar
i-lit.rn.luri! of Colonial Hotel.
ItKSIIlIrlNOE-ArirniiT SI., opposite now
I Baptist lllllirah.   'l'o!o|iliolri! No. 28.
OFFICE HOUR* -111 n. in. to 12 noon; 3
Ho 5; unit OHIO la 8 p. ni. dnoloto
1    H. MACLEAN, II. A., JI. D„ C. UI.
OFFICE; McKenzie (Street.
ItKSlIiRNOE: Agnes Street, third house
i run Mary Street.  Tolepliono No. 17.
iiKI'HIR ItOURSr 10tol2; StoSl «to8.
il-delnte
II
M. COOl*Kit, 11. A.,M. D.|
I'll YfllCIAN A SURGEON.
>■ KKlOK and HESlDENCB-Church St*
• n»$i. ilonr to Farmers'. Home), near
(!tilumblaSt.,New Westminster, B.0.
Dl-'KIOK HOUKS-8tol0a.m;; ito Sand
iuto io 8 p. m. Calls In town and eonn-
-   try promptly tittendetl to. i*c2t«
WELSH,
DENTIST.
Room lft,       -       •       Colonial Hotel.
i)i.'f.'K'K lltujitH -!U tn 4. dfc-8le
i'i   li* V. IMIOWN,
n iu. v.
\Jt
i Off ior— Over Hunk of it. c„, coiner
Mary and CfihirnhlaHtroclH.
UonnH-Bft, in. lo7p. m.        dwJyHftln
■R
jl   A. SMITH,
DENTIST.
Qi-adiuiteof Penn College of Dant-alSur-
sety.
Offices—Hunk lltiiidiiiK.
dwmhlfltc
pftKltOCLII .ll Urt'OLL,
BARRISTERS,
aoauiTORS, etc.
I'lloes; Masonic Buildings, New Westminster, and Vancouvor, 13. C.     iy3Idffto
|t   0. ATKINSON,
RARRISTBR, SOLICITOR, Ac.
•   , i   uaijutwh .
licKntizle Street, ,   ,
ilvvfotOta New Wostminster, B. 0.
It;    \ OHM A 91 IIOl'K.Cl.C,
H..VRRIM'rKR-AT-I,AW.
-nnl Aient Money to IjObd.
r.iluiitbla HU,
se2te New Westmlnstor, 11. C.
1   W   lillANT,
jr.
ARCHI-TECi*.
omev.-Corner Mary and Clarkson Sts.
dwfo25tc
1I.OW  &  MACLIIIK,
AROHITKOTH.
frian- Room E,
Ovor Bank of B.C.,
ilauillto
Colombia street.
V
ll.l.IAM II. KINO,
ARCHITECT,
UU.DINCI ft LAND SURVEYOIt,
SANlTAItY ENQINEElt,
Miatt—Sew Masonic Illnek,
dwriplste Westminster,
. I.BE11T J. HILL,
i. M. Oan. Soc. 0. E.
VIL ENGINEER,
LAND SURVEYOR and
draughtsman.
WOK—Now Musonlo ninek,
Iwrnli Iale Now Westminster.
V.
At W A Hi Kit A CO.,
UDITORS, ACCOUNTANTS, nnd|
GENERAL FINANCIAL AGENTS.
Bank Buildino,
NewWestmlnster, B. C.
Itso-rCInre Road*, Halifax, England.
dwJnySto .
1  J   TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
olumhla street Now Westminster
All commissions will receive prompt
id oareful attention. Best references
kvon when required. mhl2-lo
X
RAND BROS.
EM* KSTATK BROKERS,
Convv>'iinceri, Collectors,
And Insurance Agent*,
mcosiit VIOTORIA: Fort Street,
NEW WESTMINSTERi corner
MoKenzlo and Clarkson Sts.
VANOOUVER, Cordova Street.
BUILDING LOTS for snlo In nil socttons
' Vanoouver and New Westmlnstor City.
FARM LANDS of superior quality for
ile at OhllllwliRCk, Port Hammond,
iingley, Matsqtil, Sumas, Mud Buy, Lad-
ar's Landing) Lulu Islnnd, North Arm
id Pitt River.
Maps and Plans exhibited nnd the full-
t Information furnished at all ourofflces,
p. Mcdonough
HAVING TAKEN
undbom's Building* Front St.
(Formerly occupied liy Kyle A Tllton).
«   NOW  RKADV
| serve   his  customers and everybody
ith as good a stneft nn n man wauls to
[leot from.
Dr»   UhuiIh,   Umrcrlm,   ProvlMlons,
•mehny, (itasswnrr, Roots, Ae,
Come and nor the now place, and IH ns
bowwlmlyouthleknflt
'dwooiMo c. Mcdonough.
HARDWARE,  ETO.
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY OF THANKING THEIR NUMEROUS PAT-
rons for tlie very liberal support extended to them in the past aud of informing
them that tlioy are still to be found at the OLD STAND, and trust that by careful
attention to business in all its details to still merit and secure that large share of
patt'onr-t'ro which has always been extended to thorn.
"Small Profits and -Quick Bet-urns" k our motto, and while we confess that we havo not yet solved the problem of BUYING and SELLING and LIVING BY THE LOSS, yet at tho same time we do olaiin that we have discovered
WHEN, WHERB*and. HOW TO BUY the numerous Articles that wo carry.
Hence, by buying in tho best markets, at the pioper season, we are able to ofter
our Customers the VER.Y BEST MAN UFAWURES at the LOWEST POSSIBLE
PRICES. We have purchased very largely for tlie presont season and with the
stook already reoeived hnd on the way, we claim to have one of the best selected
Stocks in British Columbia.   We carry full lines of
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of ull lauds of the beat makes; -Cross-CUt & HaiHl-Haws,
ltlirbed Wire for Fencing, and all the necessary Utensils for Farming;
Pulley iEloeks, Snatch Blocks, Rope & Chain in all -rins; Pitch,
Tar & Oakum; Tarred and Plain Paper for Building;; Paints & Oils
in all colors; Liquid PailltS in all slides; Floor PailltS ready to use; Grind
Stones; Wall Paper in all designs; Brooms & Brushes for all purpujos;
lUlbricatillg Oils) Traps of all descriptions, large enough to catch the China-
man who steals your chickens, the Boar or Panther that got awuy with your family
of pigs, and small enough to annihilate the Mou.se that destroys your grain and
nibbles at your checao.
ttfsT Special attention given to ordera liy mail, and if you have any doubt whore
to buy any particular artiolo, why go or send to
T. J. TRAPP * CO.,
dwapstc
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
Pioneer Hardware Store!
ESTA.BI.ISBBD   -1803.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
' Columbia Street.   Westminster,':'B.' t'.'   '
IHPOHIBE    OS*
Hardware,Agricultural Implements
Paints, Oils, Glassware, Crockery, Wall
Papers, Wooden Ware.
STOVES AND RANGES
insr oKBij*i.*E Trjt.mixmri—.
Tliiwnre, Ilollbware, Plumber's Goods, Iron Pipe
and Fittings.
Manufacturer of Tinware. Employs none but first-class Workmen. Contracts for Sheet-iron Cornice Work, Gas Pitting,
Plumbing, Roofing, &c, &c.
mrAll Work (iii-u-antccd to Give Satisfaction. dwmlilOml
-EVA-B-B-XO-N-.
DRESSMAKING
At MISS JENMNCSS',
(Late of England)
Corner of Church and Columbia Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
as "Satisfaction guaranteed.    dwfe7te
TO ARCHITECTS.
PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS, addressed to the undersigned, will be
received up to 12 o'clock of Wednesday
the 25th of April for a Krick Edifice, with
stone foundations, for St. Andrew's Presbyterian Congregation, to be erected on
tho corner tff-Bjackwood and Carnarvon
Streets, To seat six hundred persons;
cost not to exceed eleven thousand dollars.
Ench dceign to bo enclosed in a scaled
envelope containing the name and motto
of tlio architect submitting the same.
T. J. TRAPP,
Secretary of Building Committee.
New Wost., B.C., April 2,1888.      dapSkl
•OO -TO'
P. J. FODLDS & CO.
-KOB YOUR	
Groceries,
Provisions,
Flour, Feed, &c.
ALL fIOODS   SOLD   CHEAP   AND
DELIVERED PROMPTLY.
OD1IFKU0W BLOCK, Columbia Bt.
ilmliaio
M.A.McRAE
Merchant Tailor,
WISHES TO INF01UI  THE PEOn.E
OP NEW WESTMINSTEU THAT HE
IS  PUEPAEKD   TO EXECUTE
AM. ORDERS FOR
TAILORING
A FULL LINE OF
English, Scotch   anil  Irish
Tweed* mid   I'liiicj
Trouserings.
SCOULLAR'S OLD STAND
CuuiMiiiA St.,   •   Nkw Wkhtmiktobh,
ilwmli28to
Hotel to Lease!
fTIHE NEW THREE-STORY BRIOK
"QUEEN'S" HOTEL,
Comer of Clement A Columbia Sta.
Apply to
W.  A.  DUNCAN,
Uw/e24lc New Westmlns'.er, II. C.
RAILWAY.
FRESH WATER TERMINUS
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
CIVIC OKI*'!'-*..*'*..—Miij-ni*, Uohurt. Uick-
hifcOit; Cllv Cluk. Vny.i, Kuhliis....; Jv
llci* MiigiKU-aH*, T. C Alklnxon; Chief
Knglncer l''iiv DupaMmi-iit, W. (Vil-tiutl;
AftnlKfaiU, Ii. Kviul.
Codut 01-tioiai.s.—.Tiuleil «f  tl") Sn-
pR-mc Court, Ht I. V.'fflcCfelght; Hegls>
trni, \V. II. FiUdlmr; Hheriir, W.J.Ann-
stiong.
Piiovinciaii 0l*'i*'ici*;i:s. --, tioverunieiit
Agent,Chim. W-inriok; Ileglstrnr of Titles,
R. \V. Armstrong; Supt. of Provincial
Asylum, Dr. H. r.lientlcy: Bursar of Asylum, Jas. rhilltps; Governor of Central
Pi-Ikoii, "Wm. Moresby: Steward Royal Columbian Hospital, Chas, plgby; Iinml-
griiticni Agent, Jno. Sprott; Coroner, W.
li. Ferris.
Dominion Officials.—PoSlmaster, J. C.
Brown; Collector of Customs, J.8. Clute;
Warden of Penitentiary, AiH. MoBride;
Dominion Lnnd Agent, II,*. W. Aikman:
Crown Timber Agent, T. B.'Ulggln-aon;
Inspector of Flu hem*.-!, Tlior*-.. Mowat.
ItEi'itKSKNTATrvEa.—Senator, Dr. T. R«-
Melnnes; House of CommoiiK, Donald'.
Chlsh'oltn: Provincial Legislature, Capt.'
W. N, 1-lolp, Q. 0.
EH
MAIEiS CLOSE AND ARRIVE.
CLOSE
For Can, Pae, Ry.—Dully (excopt Hnnday
nud Monday), at l:\ir*,nnd on Saturday
(for d[spiilcli Sundny) tit 22.
For Vlelorln, V. I., nnd Wesl em lT.B.OfH-
oos—Monday, I'.'.I5; Tuesday,ftln nnd III;
Wednesday, o.m\ Thumlny, H.15andlll;
Frldny,(i.:it);S:itiir,|;iy,s.l5.
For Vaneoiivoi-, Monityville nnd Burrard
Ililotr-iDally (exoept Sundny} nl 8.15.
For Port Moody—Daily (oxoopt Sunday)
attf.
For Ladner's Landing and Lutu Islnnd—
Monday, 12.45; Tiicstliiy aud Thursday
at 10.
For Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie, Surrey
Centra nnd Langloy Pro trie—Saturday,
For North Arm and Sea Island—Thursday, 18,80.
For Elgin nnd Mud Bay-Saturday, 12.45.
For Plumper's Puss—Monday, 12.45.
For Nanaimo (direct mail}—Tuesday, IP.
X>tT3n
From Can. Pae, Ry.—Daily (except Saturday) at 13.
From Victoria—Sunday, Tuosday und
Thursday, Hi; Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday, 11.80.
From Vancouver, Moodyvlllo and Burrard InJot—Dnily (except Sunday) nt 16.
From Port Moody—Dally (exoept Sundny)
at 17.
From Liidtici-'.s Lnndim: nnd Lulu Islnnd
—Sundny, Tuesday and Tiiursduv, 16.
From Clovor Valley, Hall's Prairie and
Langley Prairie—Friday, HI.
From North Arm and Sea Island—Thursday, 12.
From Elgin nnd Mud Bay—Saturday, 11.
From Plumper's Pass—Sunday, 16.
From Nanalmo (direct mall)—Saturday;
15.
TOST OFFICE HOURS:
Money Order Hours—It to 17 dally; nnd
General Delivery from 9 to 19 (7 p. in.),
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; fl to
18, Mondays, Wednesdays and Frldnya—
except when mails are being mode up or
sorted.
§!>%> &\vitiak Columbian
lintiirtlity Kvt-nliig, April lit I8K8.
IIcciikc Alii.ntlini'fit.
Tlio till introduced by Hon. Mt.
Kobson, to amend tlio municipalities
net, provides »s follows: (1.) Subsection 1 of section 110 of the Municipalities Act, 1881, is hereby
amended by striking out of line
three the figures "i)J100,"»nd inserting in lieu thereof the figures "$500."
This relates to (he license fee. (2.)
Nothing contained in sny statute of
the province, or in any by-law passed
thereunder, shall empower or permit
Siny municipality, or any of the officers thereof, to issue any license
permitting the sale of intoxicating
wines and liquors, by retail or wholesale, on the Lord's Dny, commonly
culled Sunday; and every license to
sell intoxicating liquors by wholesale or retail hereafter issued shall
contain an express reservation to
tlmt effect, and such license shall be
signed by the licensee. (3.) Xo
such license shall he granted unless
a potition or requisition for tho
granting of such license, signed by
nt lenst two-thirds of the residents,
other than Chinese or Indians, over
twenty-one years of ago, living nearest to the premises sought to be
licensed, shall be presented to the
licensing bonrd to which the application shall be made for the granting
of such license. (4.) Any person
may appear at the licensing court
and oppose the granting of any license applied for, and may present
a petition or petitions against the
grunting of suoh license. (5.) Licenses to restaurant keepers to sell
beer and porter at menls shnll be
granted and obtained only in the
same manner and with and subject
to the same provisions und rsserva-,
tions ns are provided in the case of
retail licenses, and the provisions of
this act shall apply to ihe same.
City of New Westminsterl
IMPORTANT
Auction Sale
 OF-—
CITY RESITES
—AND—
GARDENS.
A PUBLIC AUCTION WILL TAKE
plnco at tire Colonial Hold, in
tho City of Now Westminster, oa
Saturday, April 21st, 1888,
At 8 o'clock in the evoning, when tho
following Lots will be submitted to pub.
lie competition, in accordnnco with
"Land Snlo By-Law, 1884," ami amend-
llieiitn thereto, viz.:
GOVERNMENT OFFICE GARDENS.
Block A.
Lots 14, IS, b SO.
VICTORIA GARDENS-Block II.
Lots   4,   5,   8,   10,  11, 12,  18,  18,
19, 20, 30, 85 b 30.
ST. PATRICK'S SQUARE-Blook D.
Lots   12,   13,  II,   I.i,   21,   22,   23,
24, 26, 20, 27, 31, 32, 33, 34 b 39.
ST. GEORGE'S BQUARE-llloirk II.
Lots 14, 15,  10,  17, 18,  10, 29,30,
31,35,30,37,33, 40,41*42.
<S*Tho Lots aro mostly (10 by 132 feet.
TKltMH -:«l!f, ,i(-r nent, nil I lm fill I nf llie
lliiiumirri llrtHtier iTiriit. in llirciiiniinllis;
lllultlin bnllliiei'irfllie imriTliiiii'lniliri'V 111
six liiiintliH 'i'.tiii iliitir nf mile,
Hy Otilor,
JAMES A. ItOlllNMIN.
f. M. C.
tion. w<r.t„ Dad April, IW.      duiKtd
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder nevor varies. A marvel of
purity, Htrencthand wliolesomenesu. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot lie sold In competition wltli ttie
multitude of low tent, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans,
Bov A I, IU kino I'owBRB Co., IM W«M St.,
New York. 3fely
TO LET:
STORE ON COLUMBIA STREET, In
Hank ot II. 0, HiilldlllK.   Apply lo
ilmlifflto       HENRY V. EDMONDS.
FOR   SALE.
NE-HA1F INTEREST IN I'lOl.ANG-
_    lav Saw nnd Pinning Mill: mill In
Ktinil order. For particular^ apply on tlio
promises lo 11. WEST,
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JACKSON,
opiate * HELMOKEN  Vlelorln.
0
Tug for Sale!
mild BOAT70 EEET; t'OMI'OHND MA-
1    elrhrery, liy Kilstanr million..
Apply In
Mr-rsslin. BEWIOKE* WULEFMOHN,
djnllte Vinieniivoi*, B. C.
Hand Job Printing Press
£vC3>3EC  &.A.Xss-lm
A NKW BAIiTTMOllKAN NO. 2 SELF-
I n Ic rr.  (','oinpli't"Oniti|,   Fivofonls
Typn.t'utf*. Iiilc.rtUi-l;, l-'urniture and two
UluisuN (I'i'M!1, im-lirsi. Moiuvv to lie
m-idiM\IMi il.   A-l.lriKs
W. (.*. HKLTji
daplSl.t Box 115, Vaucouver.
Money Wanted.
rpiIEMUNHrll'ALCOIINClLOFRIUII-
L rnnllil Inli'liil In Isnue Doticlilin'o. miller Uur irritlinrlly fit tlio **Miiiilfli.Hl Loan
Hylitw, isvl," to Urn iiiiiiiiiiit, nt aatr.iKia.
Sealed lollilore. irriiikiat ttloaV/* will lio
received liv lln: nrr lersiuinal up to llie
Mnlli dny nf May, ISSS, r'nr the pur.
clililio of 8IB1OOO01* Uro aliovo.
Deliiriiliii-es lira IsMrerl t.ii tlio credit Of
one of Hie liosl ntfrioulllirul niiiiitehiiill-
ties In tlie Tiiiuiliilntr. !!i!i(lp|inynlilo In rsl
years.uml lirfivrlng liilnresl, at oporeonti
liayitlilayearryat llloHnilltpf 11. C„ New
Wi'Slliilirst.r. Pari lea ran 'i-rlnr'will slain
llie iriritilinl waiiHinl anil (liu prlee lit
ivlllell limy will bolnliiii.
Tire liltflitsl iiViinytTTiuiol nnl ueccsHiirlly
llrriTepleil.
UJ li'rdiTI' ill MieCiiilliall,
O. 11. SWEET, C. M. C.
Nortli Ann, April mil, IS!*. '    dwnpiatc
ProvlDelnl LegUlmme.
On Thursday Mr. Bole reported
that tho committee could not agree
on the Hen bill. There were two
bills on the subject, one introduced
by Mr. Bole and the other by Hon.
Mr. Davie, and it is prenunied that
both possessed such excellencies as
to prevent the committee (rom being
able to determine which was the
better.—Mr. Orr moved that quarterly statements showing the state
of the provincial finances be published in the Gatette. The motion
was rejected on the ground that
tho preparation of these statements
would bo expensive.—Mr. Bole's
juror amendment uict was read a
first time.—The Vancouver amend*
ment bill was pronounced by the
speaker a private bill, and ruled
out. The speaker decided that as
the new oity had obtained t special
charter through a private bill, it
could not be regarded as a public
measure, and amendments should
bo obtained by petition in the ordinary way.—In considering the West
minster incorporation act it was
found that powor had been givon to
tlio council to impose a tax on personal property, and many of the
clauses hud to be changed to make
the bill homogenious. It was,
therefore, referred back to the committee.
The story of tho deep sea is an
expensive one. Tho cost of compiling and publishing the reports of
the Challenger expedition is said to
have already exceeded £200,000,
the work being still unfinished.
Experiments have shown tlmt tho
skin of a whito person, transplanted
on tho skin of a negro, becomes
black as tho skin of the negro, and
that black skin inoculated on whites
loses its pigment and becomes white.
It has lately been proven that
coll'ire is not only a powerful stimulant but has even more valuablo
properties as an anti-septic. It operates strongly in destroying cholora
germs. Similar qualities are suspected to belong to tea.
Of all the deaths from poison in
Grent Britain, forty por conk nre
said tn bo due to opium. This largo
ly arises, in the opinion of Dr.
Wonter Blythc, from tho pernicious
practice of using soothing preparations to quiet infiiuts and keep tliem
asleep most of tho time. One preparation nlone has been calculated to
bo the undoubted cause of death of
1150,000 eliildren every year.
The possibility of conveying fish
alive during a montli'strip was demonstrated near the close of last your,
when specimens of several varieties
were taken from Paris to stock the
writers of Oliili. Thore was considerable loss of salmon, gudgoons,
lot us nnd linvls, but the oarp, tench,
euls, minnows, etc, mostly survived.
A low tonipernture nnd constant circulation of nir through the water
were kept up on tho trip,
BY TELEGRAPH.
Ainiicsir Granted ta'OtrenteH.la Ike
•Icnu.u Amy  aM' Navy...Bajrour
In UiMcer—The Emperor's Bulk
Expected at any Moment.
Wliolcnule lynrUlnc-trtal Cool fell Ex.
phuloa—A 'Frisco ateamer Aihon
ou the Chinese €oant. <
LAST NIGHT'S DKSl'ATCHKS.
COWAKM.Y TACTICS.
San Fiiakoisco, April 20.—The San
Franoisco board of health, after inviting Capt. Webber and J. D. Sprecltles
to be present at their meeting to-night,
secrotly deoldod this morning to peat-
pone their meeting for a weak, but
neither of those gentlemen were notified of such change, and consequently
were at the board raoms at the appointed hour. Thoy are now determined to secure the release of tho pas-
seugers and crew liy a writ of habeas
corpus, and have engaged Mr. Milton
Andres, a celebrated admiralty lawyer,
to prosecute the case. The outrage
committed on the saloon puBsengers
and the stewardess, by forcing them to
leave the Parthia and go aboard the
hulk, is causing severe comment in the
oity. Tho captain and chief engineer
are kopt prisoners on tho Parthia,
while tho ship's doctor is allowed to go
ashore. Party politics, and not opposition to the Canadian Pacific Steamship Company, is the cause of these
arbitrary measures. The Parthia is a
favorite steamer with intending passengers, and sails on Saturday at
noon,
THE LATEST ACQUISITIONS.
London, April 20.—The impression
prevails here that the British annexation of the Fanning, Christmas and
Penrhyn islands in the Pacifio ocean
indicates thst the Pacific survey which
was always regarded as essential to establish tho practicability of a Pacifio
cable, is about to be undertaken, It
is alleged that apart from any commercial value the imperial government realizes that such a cable would serve to
bring several of the British naval stations within touch of e&ch other.
Children Cryfor Pitther'sOutorlS
THIS MORNISfi'S DKSPATCHK8.
THE EMPEKOH.
Berlin, April 21.—At 1 o'eloek this
■miming it was stated that the emperor was worso than the laat bulletin intimated, but that there waa no immediate danger of a collapse.
Berlin, April 21.—A despatch from
Charlottenburg at midnight says that
the emperor's condition is again critical. He sleeps, but is feverish and
breathes heavily. Thecanula is constantly becoming obstructed, and is
sometimes changed at 3-minute intervals. It has heen decided by the doctors to issue bulletins at 9 a. m. and 9
p. m.
A HANDSOME   SEWARD.
Tucson, Apr. 21.—Marshal Meade,
who arrested and convicted Smart and
Green tho robbers, has been awarded
94,000 by the Southern Pacific Co.
, AMNESTY TO OKFENIIEllt.
' Berlin, April 21.—Aii imperial decree has just been issued granting amnesty to all petty offenders in the German army and navy.
on balfouk's trail.
London, April 21.—Mr. Johnston,
member of tho house of commons, in
speaking at Willesden last evening, asserted that the government had proof
that assassins wore following Balfour.
TO investiuate.
New York, April 21.—The Now
York .tate board of arbitration
and mediation lias decided to
begin au investigation concerning the
lockout of brewers, next woek.
DEATH SENTENCE CONFIRMED.
City of Mexico, April 21.—The supreme military court of Mexico has
confirmed the sentence of death passed
on Col. Franoisco Arvizgaa and Lieut.
Benjamin Gutierrez for having authorized the violation of American Territory nud nn attack on the American
police officers at Nogales, Ariz., iu
January if last yoar.
WHOLESALE   I.VSC111XO.
Kansas Citv, April 21.—Roports
reached hero to-day of the lynching of
oiulit horso thieves in r-uutliwcstorn
Iudimi Territory. A deputy sheriff
Buys thn thieves wore surprised by a
posse of citizens, nud a running fight
ensued, in which, one of the posse wus
killed. The entire gang were later
surrounded and shot or hanged.
LOOKS LIKE CIVILIZATION.
Citv of Mexico, April 21.—Governor Gonzulos, of the stnto of Guanajuato, has issued ft proclamation prohibiting bull-lighting in that state.
RIOT IN lll'ITMN.
DunMNi April 21.—Last night acol-
lisSoii neetirred betwcotl n crowd, who
were cheering Mr. Gilhooly, M. P.,
ami the pulio'e. The latter attacked
the crowd, who retorted with a volley
of atones. Many on both aides wore
wounded.
THIS AmRMIOiVft DKSPATVHK8.
A  CURIOUS CONVICTION.
Si'iiiMiFiELn, O,, Apr. 21.—Thus.
Dugan and C A. Bird, prominent
lintel proprietors, has been fined (50
and costs eaoh and sentenced to 10
days in jail,for using oleomargarine on
their tables without pasting a notice in
their dining rooms,
SAD DROWNING CASE.
East Saginaw, Mich,, Apr. 21.—
Sam. Phillips, 11 years old, son of a
prominent merchant in this city, while
playing on some logs in the Bayon,
this morning, fell in, and Englehnrt
Reidlingcr, aged 24, jumped in to save
the boy's life. The little fellow clung
to his neck and thoy wero both drowned. Beidlingcr loavot a widow and
one child.
CIRBAT COAL OIL EXPLOSION.
Fort Wayne, Ind., Apr. 21.--The
Standard Oil Co. suffered a loss of
$200,000 in this city to-day by the
completo destruction, by fire, of the
company's big storage depot, fronl
which the northern Indiana market ii
supplied. A spark from a passing Wtt
basil locomotive kindlod a small blazb
in tho barn and the flames spread with
amazing speed to the monster tanks,
which burst with terrific reporta, Bending parts of the struoture, 200 yerda
distant and high over the heads of 6000
affrighted spectators.
suit for recovery.
New York, Apr. 21.—Receiver Anderson, of the Fust National bank of
Albion, N.Y., has brought a suit for
tB60,000 against Whitney & Co.,
brokers of this city, to recover that
amount which President Warner, of
the wrecked bank, placed in the
brokers hands for speculative purposes. Tho ground is that the brokers
knew it waa the bank's money Warner
was speculating with, and the eheeks
they reoeived were signed by him na
president of the bank.
DEATH AT ANY MOMENT,
London, April 21.—A despatch to
tho Exchange Telegram Co. from Berlin, timed 3:12 p. in., says tho Emperor has boon iu a critical condition since
last night, and his death is possiblo at
any moment. Ho is perfectly resigned,
AN UNDISTURBED MEETING.
Dublin, April 21.—Dillon to-day
addressed a meeting of tenants of thia
Marquis of Londonderry, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, at New Tonards,
County Down. The meeting wu not
interrupted by the authorities, and
passed off quietly.
PARNELL'S ORDERS.
London, April 21.—Pamell haa telegraphed to all absent home rule members to attend the sessions of Monday
and Wednesday, on which days divi*
sions will be taken on the budget and
Irish county government bill respect*
ively.
REVISBO THE   CONSTITUTION.
Paris, April 21,—On the re-assembling of the chamber of deputies to-day
the committee appointed to consider
the question of revising the constitution began work. The committee
consists of eleven members. Four op-
poso revision, while two are in favor of
immediate revision. Five desire revi-:
sion, but are willing to accept the proposal of the cabinet to postpone action
upon the question.
CONSIGNED TO EARTH,
Utica, N. Y„ April 21,-The funeral of the late Senator Conkling took
glace to-day, The services were held
at Calvary Ohurch, after which the
procession wended its way to the cemetery.
THI SAH PABLO ASHORE,
Shanghai, April 21.—The steamer
San Pablo, whioh left San Francisco
on Maroh 12th, and arrived at Yokohama April 12th, has stranded near
Turnabout Island. Assistance hu
been sent. Her passengers,, mails and
Bpecio have arrived here. The vessel
lies hard and fast at tho lilercy-of the
waves. She is valued at $460,000 and
is fully insured.
Late Canadian News.
Quebec, April 16.—Creightod, general manager of the Empire, appeared
at the police court this morning and
gavo bail to appear from day to day to
answer the charge of libel preferred
against him by Premier Mercier.
Montreal, April 13.—A despatch
from Keewatin mills to-day states that
the milling establishment at that place,
being the largest in Canada, and capable of turning out 1,260 barrels of flour
per dsy, will be stsrted the lut of this
month.
Ottawa, April 10.—Judge McLeod
gave interesting evidence before the
Schultz committee this morning. Ho
aaid the MacKenzie basin had great
mineral wealth, in addition to being s
fine grazing country. Its streams were
navigable to a large extent
Further advices received from England by the department of agriculture
say sufficient applications hsve beon
made ahead for assistod passages u
will tax the carrying capacity of the
boats, for a month after the expiration
of assisted passages.
Despatches received to-day show
that seeding operations are general
throughout Manitoba and the North-
went, having commenced about tile
tenth inst.
Toronto, April lii.«-Latcst roports
from Doiiison township, to tho west
of Sudbury, are to the effect that there
Iihb been Knottier find of gold, the
precious metal being this time struck
on Ihe sixth concession.
Montreal, April 16.—At a joint'
meeting of the Ministerial association '
and Evangelical alliance to-day, a
strong protest wa. made against, tke
erection of tho statue to the virgin, A
potition against the project, signed by
10,000 Protestants, will be presented
to tho council to-day.
Halifax, April 16.—In the criminal
court to-day a eolorod youth, Jersey
Gross, waa sentenced to fifteen yean
in Dorchester penitentiary tor setting
fire to a barn.
Quebec, April 10. —The grand jury
to-day returned a true bill against Jos.
Ford, Sr., paper nianufncturerof Port-
neuf, for forgery.
An elopement of a fair Lewis street
maiden, the daughter of a military
officer, is just now agitating Quebec
society.
Tho government hu decided to make
strenuous efforts to induce Newfoundland to enter confederation. Lansdowne is very anxious to bring about
a union before he leaves.
Children'CryforfltcliertQiiittlJa' $niifi $ ritish doUimbiim
»al,n.lay Kveulun, April Sl, inns.
Sllll'llt}   UkSCI'I'liKIII*.
.Mr. I Soli's Sunday nliservinror bill
liua met, tho fritir I lint wan expebted
—tho fate which seems toawiiit any
inensuit) Riming nt moral reform that
Way t'Oine Mom trie present houso.
itr, Dole introduced his bill in an
appropriate speech, and wns immediately followed by Sir. Allen,
who could scarcely contain his detestation of nny nicusuru which proposed to interfere with one's personal
liberty to do wrong. Mr. Duck delivered a long and eloquent address,
in whioh lie pictured the horrible
cruelties that had been practiced in
tho name of religion during the dark
ages, and seemed to be in a fearful
state of mind lest the adoption of
Mr. Bole's bill might enable some
puritanical fanatic to make a dead
Duok of him. If suoh men as Mr.
Duck had lived in the ages to which
he referred, they would have gone
ovor very quickly before the relentless bigotry of tho men who thon
held authority ill civil and religious
matters. Hut tlio Sabbath is n no-
uirssiiry nnd most important part of
tlie religious systoni thnt has emancipated us from the delusions of our
forefathers" and if it wero abolished
wo should begin drifting buck to
barbarism. Ool. Baker also opposed
the bill. We wero living in nn
ago of religious thought nnd action,
ho said, nnd ought not to interfere
with the beliefs and desires of others;
and then went on to quoto Rev.
Ohas. Kingsloy ns an authority
against tlio strict enforcement of
Sablsith observance. Did it over
strike tho colonel that if wo ure
"living in an ago of religious thought
and notion," that condition of existence would never havo been reached
if tho principles put forward by
himsolf had provailod! If there had
been uo Sunday, thero would have
been no Christianity, for the one is
a part of the other. Col. Baker
nocd not have appealed to the
authority of the lato Canon Kings-
ley for the violation of the Sabbath:
he should have appealed to the authority by which the Sabbath has
been established. This is a Christian
nation, and although wo believe in
giving perfect liberty to all men to
hold whatever opinions they choose,
the laws of tbe nation ought surely
to be in harmony with the great
moral law book on which they aro
founded. Any law or theory which
comes into conflict with the biblo
must bo regarded with suspicion.
Mr. Duck wns followod by Hon.
Mr. Uobson, who 'maintained that
ono of tho ohief glories of our nntion
wns the fact that it wns a Christian
nation, and he considered there-
would be sorious danger in meddling
with the principles upon whieh our
grcatnoss is founded. "Shall wo
abandon tho Sabbath altogether!"
asked tlie hon. gentleman; to which
Messrs. Allen and Duck responded,
"Why not!" The inference is that
these two members at least would
be quite content if there were no
Sabbath. Mr. Grant brought up
the old objection that some people
regarded the seventh day as the proper Sabbath, while others thought it
should be tho first, and people should
not bo compelled to keep a day in
which they do not behove. But if
Mr. Grant's generosity led him to
apply such a principle as this to all
laws, he would speedily discover his
mistake. If some of our citizens
happened to lie Mormons, would Mr.
Grant lie as willing to abolish the
laws against bigamy so as to accommodate their peculiar religious beliefs! Laws are made for the Irene-
fit of the majority. It might be
wrong to compel a Jew to work on
Saturday, but to prevent him from
working on Sunday is a very different matter. If Sunday observance
is deomod in tho interest of the state
(and we are suro no one will dispute
that it is), the duty of our legislators is dearly to maintain and enforce it; and those (a very small
minority) whoso consicenees rebel
against the maintenance of Christian
principles in n Christian country
have the liberty of remaining or
going as they think best. While
they chose to remain, however, they
must accept such laws as seem necessary under our system of government The debate*was closed by
Mr. Higgins, who expressed the
opinion that our present Sunday
laws were good enough if they were
enforced. Mr. Higgins seems to
have a conscience which, if ho had
the courage to follow it, would have
forced him to voto for the bill; but
ho voted against it. We believe
there is a Urge and growing sentiment in this province favoralrlo to
Sabbath observance. That sentiment has greatly increased during
the past year or two, one chief cause
of the increase being free immigration from other parts of the country
where people havo become more ae
customed to respect tho sacredness
of tbo day. Some parts of British
Columbia are inhabited by a race of
men who have, through association,
Income habitual Sabbath breakers,
and there arc a good many of this
olass scattered everywhere through
the oountry—and more tlinn one of
them haa managed to get into the
house, thn time is riot fnr off,
however, when peoplo of this class
will not be able to leaven the laws
of the oountry with tho loose moral
sentiment* May »» Wlding.
Bin n mmmi
Tills colillilll9A paid I'm-iiii't conduct1
lty it -i't.iitiiilfu-v ul* (lit- IVi'lPfi'JMiiT «r- ]
t-jiiil/'-iliuus <»' \i-» Me.MiiiH-.UT.
I'tlliHsUtil t-vrij-y Mtliml-o In liMilfcitlj
-roluml-lun iutiM:Hltc llit'M).
(mtiinuulrnllon,-,. to [•<> iul.In-.nMl   In
•"Editor Ti'iiiperaiiwiiiliiiiiii."     -'     *&
ItKGULAIt MEETINGS.
10. G, T.—Every Friday, 8 i>.m„ Grange
H, T. of T,—Evory Wednesday al";30p.inM
in Tompunuicu Hall (eld Oddfelluwa'j.
W. C. T. U.—Second Wednesday of eaeh
month, tl P.m., basement nf Jlnptisl
Church*   -
Alcohol.
Dr. F. It. Lees, tnuiBlatua an essay
ou alcohul Jiy Prof. 0. Bungc, wlio
fills tlio cUalr of phyaiolutjical eljuniis-
try, in tlio University of Basel, unci \vo
mako quotations from the article as it
appeared io the.llcformer of Glasgow.
UA defender of beor may object,
that it ia a means of nourishment.
Well, it certainly docs contain somo
small portion of carbon-hydrates, ns
dextrin and sugar. (Mr. Liveaey, in
his malt liquor locturo in 1834, estimated them as one penny worth in tho
gallon; whilo Liebig, in 1843 reckoned
that in a whole ton-there wbb no moro
food stuff than is contained in a five
pound loaf j or, to be exact, that the
food particles in nine quarts of boor
could all be laid ou the point of a tablo
knife.) But of Hicbo carbo-hydrates
thero is no luck in tlio food of most
men—gonorally indeed, from ignorance nf tho ono proportion required,
thero is already ton much—-an over
supply whicli induces obstruction ami
so promotes disease. It is sometimes
aasertod, that alcoholic drinks, in their
diluted forms, assist digestion. As a
matter of fnct, tlio exact contrary is
the case. Manifold trials on men aud
animals—especially experiments on
men with the aid of tho stomach-pump
—and direct observation of the ofl'ects
of alcoholics in persons with gastric-
fisstula (openings into tho stomach itself) have invariably shown that even
moderate desos materially retard, or
completely arrest, tho digestion of animal food.
That the moderate use of alcoholic
drink is not merely usuIoh, hut is iu a
high degree damaging, is established
beyond rational denial, by tbe returns
of tlie English Lifo Insurance Institution, and by tho Friendly Societios,
in whioh the average life duration of
the total abstainer is significantly
longer than that of tho (so-called)
moderates.
The question of using alcoholics as a
means of enjoyment, or luxuries, how-
over, must be strictly separated from
their value as either food or physic.
Aa medicine, alcohol has been looked
upon as an indisponsible drug; but
thon its vory paralysing influence
seems to constitute its chief value.
Alcohol is one of tho milder amosthics,
and by its paralysing property, induces
through the spinal marrow and brain,
heightened reflex excitement. (When
the bridle hangs loosely iu the hands
of a sleepy rider, the steed scampers
wildly awuy.) Heart action being in-
sroased by the use of alcohul, it is oo-
eassionally useful iu threat oued cullapse.
[That alcohul is not* in di sponsible iu
the great run of disonao«, is proved by
tho tou years' favorable experiouco of
the Loudon Temponinco Hospital,
whero it is absolutely dispensed with
in DUO caaosoutof the 1000.] Alcoholics are only justified as a prescription in accute suffering, for 'tho alleviations of transitory conditions, just
as wo may ueo morphia or chloral hydrate, but uot fur chronic disease. A
common plea, indeed, is that water is
so unwholesome 1 Is it, then, a great
kibor to conduct water from a neighboring soring or pure country stream,
and a small thing to fetch wino from
Burgundy or Bordeaux ?
The fact that .'drink enjoyment'
spoils tho palate for moro natural and
enduring pleasures of sense, involves
moral sequences of a serious kind—
that it also affects the nervous and
mental system.in higher spheres and
functions. The whole mental organs
aro in close sympathy, and alcohol
equally wastes the forco of all I
maintain that the person who renounces alcoholic drinks misses nothing but
misery; on the contrary he wins more
of life's joys, because possessing more
of life's potencies.
... i m •	
Be iircnmitpiicl*
An old Chineso proverb says, "Do
not Btop in tho cucumber field to tie
tho shoo." Tho me-ining is very plain.
Some ono will be likely to fancy that
you nro stealing fruit. Always remember the injunction, "Abstain from all
appearance of ovil." Uo not atop under tho saloon porch co rest yourself,
however shndy tho trees may he, or
however inviting the chaira. Somo
one may fancy you aro a common
lounger thero, and so your good name
bo tarnished. Don't go to a liquor
onloon to get a glass of lemonade, how-
over refreshing it may scorn to you.
lluthor buy your lemons aud prepare
tho cooling beverage at home, whero
others may Bharo it with you, ptobably
at no greater expense than your single
glass would cost you. Somebody seeing you drinking at the bar. will be
sure to toll the story, and will not bo
particular to state that you woro drinking only lomonado. Then, too, if yon
aro careless nbout the appearance of
evil, you will soon grow equally caro-
less about the evil itself.—Union Advocate.
 »■♦■■♦	
Neglected Her Children for Hum.
Jane Judge, of Brooklyn, was
charged in Justice Maasey's court by
her brother, with being an habitual
drunkard. MrB. Judge hns sevon
ohildren whom sho neglects for tho
tempting cup. Sho was sent to tho
penitentiary for four months, and the
children woro turned over to tho Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to
childron.
 . »-;	
A Texas Baloonist. rejoicing over tlie
defeat of tho prohibitory amendment
in that state oxclaimB. "Let tho
preachers go back to thoir pulpits and
the women to their wash tubs,"
Tho colored people of Wost Chester,
Ta,, aro charged iiftoon cents for a
drink of whiskey to a white man's ten
cents, and ten cents for a boor to n
white man's fivo cents.
Fifty-six towns in Ohio havo paasod
prohibitionary laws undor the permission grnntod by tho Dow laws,
Your Children
Aid conslitntlyoxpoacd to danger from
■i'vlA. Whuopln^ Cuugli-* Croup, and
disoasoa peculiar Lo tiio throat and
lungt'.i SW liuch ailment ^ Ayer'a
Cherry X'ectoral, promptly administered, affords speedy relief and cure.
As a remedy for Whooping Cough,
with which many of our children were
afllicted, wo used, during the past winter, with much satisfaction, Ayer'a
Cherry Pectoral. For tills affection, wo
consider this preparation the most efficacious of all tho medicines which havo
como to our knowledge,—Mary Park-
hurst, Preceptress, Homo for Llttlo
Wanderers, Doncastor, lid.
My children havo beon peculiarly subject to attacks of Croup, and I failed to
Hnd any oiTecth'0 remedy Until I commenced adiuiuistot'ing Ayor's Chorry
IVctoval. Thin prf-pamtiou relieves tho
aifUoulty o£ brofttluug and invariably
cures tlio complaint.—David G. Storks,
Chatham, Columbia Co., N. Y.
I have used Ayer's Cherry Peotoral
in my family for many years, and
have found it especially valuablo in
Whooping Coupli. This medicine allays
all irritation, prevents inflammation from
extending to tlio lungs, and quickly subdues any tendency to Lung Complaint.
-J. li. Wellington,. PlatnviUe, Mich.
I find no medicino so effective, for
Croup and Whooping Cough, as Ayor's
Cherry Peotoral. It saved the lifo oi my
little boy, only six months old, carrying
him safely through tho worst caso of
Whooping Cough I over saw.—Jano
Malone, I'iney flats, Tcun. ft. i
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Prepared by Dr. J. 0. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mann.
Sulci by all Druggists, rricuftl; six bottles, 95.
INDEPENDENT
MEstateApici!
STRAIGHT, FAIR COMMISSION BUSINESS.
OWNERS OF FARMS OU CITY LOTS
Ut soil will huve thoir interests, as
well lis Imvers, carefully guarded In all
transaction's, and no extras put on llrnt
iiHcofi.
Always hnve good bargains in Vancouver Lots,
Correspondence solicited.
WM. €LAKK BELL,
Caxme St., P. 0. Box 05,
ilMiioic -vjs.mroo-o-<rmimi.
NOTIOE.
SITTINGS OF THE COUNTY COURT
of Cariboo will bo lichlr
At Llllooot, on Wednesday, 30lli May,1888.
At Clinton, on IVciinesdoy, 13tli June,1888.
At 160-Mile House, on  Tliursday, 28th
Juno,18S8.
At Soda Creek, orr Saturday, SOtll June,
188S.     .   .      .,
At niclrlleld, on Friday, litlr July, 1888.
By Command.
JOHK  HOBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretaryfs OlUce,
llltli April, ISSS. <liv)i2ill<l
MAY-DAY.
Tlie Hyack Eire Company
Will (Wontlrcr Permitting) Hold tlio
—ANNUAL—
MAY-DAY CELEBRATION
—os—
TlllSOAY,  MAY 1st, 1888.
THE ROYAL PROCESSION WILL
leave Hyaek Hall at 1 p. in. sharp,
headed by tlie Brass Hand. Her Majesty
UioQilOon will proceed In state, surrounded by the faithful Hyacks and accompanied by ber royal successor, to tbe l-'oot-
Imll Gromids (adjoining Mr.Townsend's),
wliere tbe festivities will take place. All
children of tbo city, both young and edd,
are cordially Invited to Witness the May-
liny coreinonles, and enjoy a good time.
In the evening the usual Hall will bo
given In Horring's Opera House, beginning at 8 o'clock.
.TNO. McMURPHY,
dapSOld Kecretury.
ODDFELLOWS' HALL.
Opening Concert
GRAND MUSICAL RECITAL
 11Y	
Miss Peters
OF THE LEIPSIC CONSERVATORY OF
MUSIC,
Assisted hy llrs. V, Welcome MH'ntdy
nnd other Leading Vocalists In Town.
Tuesday Evening, S4th April.
Chiii'tre of Admission louny purl of the
Hal l-fiu cent*.
N. 11 One of "MAhon it Risen" Pianos
(Gold Medalists al Ibe Colnulnl Inhibition, London. England) Will he used on
thi-iiboveoccaslon.   Agenls, D. Lyal A Co,
Tickets for ibe Rccilnl inuy be lind at I).
Lyal A Cot's Ilookstorc. dftpSOtd
king's Opera ke!
TO-NIGHT
A.mt   SATURDAY XIUIIT.
Chester Comedy
COUFANT
—anb—
THE EARLE CHILDREN
These Children are tho Wander ol (lie
IMh Century.   Don't  full to see
them or you will in Ish a Trent.
Matinee To-morrow!
AT 3 V. M.
Eiitlrit Change of PruKrniuiiie
Ench MfslK.
Reserved Seats, ll, General Admission, GOo.
Mntlnrir 2p.m. Hal.nr.lny:   AiIitiIshIiiii,
ft) contn; OlilIilrDiit2.irroriln,        Uuii2UUS
FORJSALE.
NE-HAW INTKREBT Itt lire I.ANQ-
\> ley Haw una niuilm/ Mill; mill In
Koodorder. .ForpRrtlciilursftiiiifyiin tliu
premium to H. WEST,
Or, MeMH. DRAKE,JAOKSON.  _,
uplMc tHBLMOKKN Vlctorln.
0
Dress-faking*!
Misses MtiDOUGALL
COWIMHIA   STKKIDT,
New Westminster, B. C.
ItirBlUlrif.lclliiT, klliuullieial.        lllllijill
l-TOTICS.
ASITTINO OF TIIK COUNTY COlIllT
nf Knoiminywlll Ur Imlil ill Immilil,
nn Tliuimlny, thu Mill dny i.f Api'll, !Sra,
Hy Coimuiiinl
.INI).  IIOHHUN,
]*rovlinriirl Beci'otni'y.
1'nivlliHlll Ri'iri-alaiya Olllaa.
SOtll Htuoli, 188B. itrali'iOlill
NOTICK IH HKURHV GIVEN THAT
wo have made application to tlie
Minister of this Inlerior tor a license to
cut llnibei' on tbe following ilt'serlbud
lands, -vl/.: Comiin-ni*iitKnt n post on tbe
West brink of tlio Ullooot stream about
two inllos sontb of Llllooot lake, murked
"B. H. M. Co.'h H. B. corner"; thonce
Went IW ebalns to it post marked "I-S. H, M.
Co.'b H. W, comer"; tbenee North -10
chains; tlience East 20 clialns; thence
North 10 chains; Ihenee Must '20 chains;
thence North 80 chains; thenco East 20
chains; thenco North 40 chains; thenco
East 20 elialiis;"liicnce Nortli 10chains to
a post marked "It. .S. M. Co.'s N. W. earner"', thence East 20 chains ton post, near
tho west hank of LUlooet. lake marked
"B. S, St. Co.'s N. 10. corner"; thence South
SO chains; thenee West 20 clinlns; thenco
South .so chains; thonce West 20 olinihs;
tiiencn Month Wi chains to tlie place of
commencement.
mtUNKTTK SAW MILL CO. (Ln.)
J'er ll. L. DhBkok. Malinger.
New Wesl., March 2!), 1888.      dmbUlinl
GRANT & MACLURE
Have Received n Largo Assortment nf
Boots,Shoes
AND SLIITEUS.
Come ami Hec Tliem.
GRANT & MACLURE
COLUMBIA    STREET,
WKSTMINSIBK.
dwnp2te   ■
Jersey Milk!
IIAVINCI   RECENTLY  IMPORTED
HERD OP HIGH-QilADE
I AM NOW PREPARED TO DELIVER
ANYWHERE IN THIS CITY, EITHER MOItNINO OR EVEN1NO,
RICH JERSEY MILK,
Wlrlcll I autirniltec to bo ns Pure nrr 11
C'omerr from tlicOown.
1WA1I ordera lett nt lliir stores of
Mossm.WOLI'UNllEN', II.H.CIINNINO-
HAM 4 CO. nnd AUSTIN will receive
prompt attention.
.Imliiuti!   .        THOMAS CUNNINGHAM.
! COVERNMENT ST
VICTORIA Bit.
Xj OO KL!
20 PIANOS & ORGANS 20
On tho Wny.   Will Boon bo Horo.
TIIK (lltTUT STKt'K PIANO HAS AH-
rived!!!    The "ACME" of Pianos!!!
The miitc.hlOHS linker A KoilPlntio. Also,
Die great improved mid artistic llmnl-
nl on. the best ('■Munii-ui-miid*. piano.
ItniilMli A I'hrlNty PIhhim. W. W. Kim-
hull nml Chicago CUTTAtJK ORGANS,
sold on monthly payment*, from SIO to
SUB hor month. New 1'liinon for rent, and
rent applied If purchased. Tuu him and
Kciinirlns*
11. I'ETEIEH,
"ColonlKt" Hiilhllng, Government St.,
dwapllitc Vlelorln, B. O.
MACHINERY
HAVING LATELY INOREASEDOUH
JI eoiinuatloli In tho Ennt nnd cl«e-
Whoro very eoiisldorably, wo aro in aim-
Kltlon lo Hive in-let'H on iinychuiHof Ma-
chinery I but mny bo requlrodj In cl ml ing:
Marine and stationary Englnei) nnd Hollers, 1'hinern, MateherH and Mouldern,
Bu?./. I'lunerN, Wood Lathes, Dtmd
Saws, llllml Mttotiinory, Gauge
Lathes, Shnplnif Machines,
Shingle Machines, Lath
Machines A Bolters,
Two, Three and Four Block Olroular Saw
Mills, Band Bow Mills, Portable Engines nnd Boilers  und  Hoisting
Engines.  Atso, John Bertram
A Sons*   nnd Tlie London
Tool Co.'s Iron Working
Mnohinery.
Brick Machines and Crushers of cither
the Martin or Bulrcl make.
Mill Supplies of all descrlpMniis, including Circiilfu* Huws, Solid or Inserted
Teeth, Lubricating Oils, Rubber and
Leather Belting, whieh vo carry In
stock.
Kieimi rumps of thoHlnke, Davidson or
Knowles mako also on hand,
M'Avlly's Patent Bollor Feeders supplied
on Bliort riotmo, as well as Paints and
Oils, Avcs. nnd Kdgo Tools of the celebrated BioikI innkef Wire Hope, Plumbers nud Steam Filters Sitppllei-, Ac.
Wo ore sole agents In tills Province for
tho JOHN DOTY Engino Co'y. whoso
Murine work ennuot be excelled, nit outfits we hnvo furnlsliod horo will testify.
FRASER ^LEONARD,
i'nniblc Ht.. Opp. Neii'H-.lilvfrtlw.r,
VANCOUVER, B. 0,
ilnfonte
GREAT BARGAINS IN PIANOS.
Hcki selected Slock ot* I'lanos
in nrltlsli Columbln.
New l'liiiios (ram I)i)i50 upwurils.
Old I'iirinis tet.en in exchange.
H. PETERS,
Gov. rjmtrglaj) ft Disoovory Sta.,
Adcnle VICTORIA, B. C.
TIME    OJL.HOD
UNTIL   FUUTHEll NUTICK,
Will leave Victoria for Wcslinlnstor
Every   Monday and  Friday.
Connecting with "Gladys" for Up-rlvcr.
HETURNING - Leaves  Westminster
every Tuesday A Kalurdiiy, at 7 a. m.
Kor all particulars, apply to
TUUNF.lt, BEETON A CO.,
Victoria,
or to      W. J. MATHERS,
dwfeifcilc Agent at Westminster.
Joseph   Bayliss,
ruum warn
is rnrci'AiiED to  execute au
KINDS OF
Finiiacr. lloilcr Sontiii**', mid
Oliliuucy BniltltUK mul
UviMiiiing.
l-5KIOK^r7AYI N G
IN ALT. ITS nilANOHES;
ESTIM.VTES givon  for ovory ilosci-l|r-
tlnn of work.
Onler-H mny lio loft with II. T. Itonrl A
Co., Coliunliln St., New Wos'llilitmter.
tlutiUte
Invertavish Nursery
SPECIAL 0FFKB F0K 1888.
IN ORDER TO INTRODDCE my Plants
us wldoly us inisslblo, I rnilko the fol«
lowing ollort
For $11 will sentl freo by mull one ouch
of tlio following Plums, nil enrrcetly In-
liclUd. my aelootloll of vurlelles-
l GERANIUM,        1 FUCHSIA,
1 CARNATION,       1 HELIOTROPE,
1 AUHRATUM,        1 LOBELIA,
1 GLADIOLUS,        1 PANSY,
I SELAiJiNELI.A (Ornamental Moss).
Tiro entiiloguo liriiio of flieso Plnhts In
Sl.tlO.
Send for  my Illustrated Cnlulogiio of
I'lunls mul Seeds.  Sentfreo,
ii, A. lldAVISII,
dwapllinl NoitTir SAAKirii, B. C.
JOHNS. COX,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
ll fosiK No More to Ketv tioml Fowl*
Mian II Ikom to Keep I'oor low Is,
My Broedliiff Pens are cqunt to any In
Die United Htutcs or Caiindu,
I propose to furnish Eggs front Frcmlnin
and Kirst-eluss FowIh, my design liolngtn
esljililisliu reputation tlmt will last.
Oasli nuist aeeumpany atl orders. AU-
dri'ss, wllli Ntainp,
JOHN ». COX,
dwmli.'ltc New WeHiinlnster.
PAOinc
Carriage Works!
COLUMBIA STKEET,
New Mcstiiiinslcr, It. (!.
REID & CURRIE
PROPRIETORS.
MANITFACTUKKltrr A IMI-OllTKKS OV
.   «»".«b»"|
ni:iio<KiTs,
DRAYS,   CARTS,
Anil all sorts of Valilcles.
l'louslis, sicel, iron & Wooden
Harrowt-,   Agricultural
Implement!-, 4c.
Wo have alao a large Stook of
CARRIAGE & WAGON MATERIAL,
Whicli we wilt soil at the Lowest
Possible  l'riecs,
COMl'ltlSINQi
H-nil wot ul, Whuols (patent k home*
matte), Shafts. Poles, Hubs, Spokes,
Rims, Neck Yokos, Single Trees, and all
kinds of Pent Goods,
< Mtltl\<;i: HARDWARE,
Snrings, Axles, Circles, King llolts,
Clips, Steps, ami everything required for
Citrriage building.
BLACKSMITHING.
We would spoclnlly call tlio Attention of
llie l'lilitla lo our Dliieksinlililng Department. We employ the very best ot Work*
mon and wo Import nl! our Iron, Hteel,
nnd other mntorlal: consequently, we can
dobetler, both In prlcoH und quality at
work, than any other Hhop on flic Mainland of Hi It ish Colnmbla.
Estimates given on Iron Work.and eon*
tnietH takon ior nny kind ot work.
turiiii'iV-A LnurrH' HiippllTH kept on,
hand, reitdy-mmni. ciniliin, Itooks. Dog
Hooks, HloekH, Hhaekles, moot and Irt*u
WedgeH, Moll Klngn, Ox Yoke Htiiples,
C'levleeH. Hliiglelreu Irons, Iron A Hteel
Harrow Teeth, Harrow Hinges, ete.
AM kinds of Itrimlrn executed on short
notice.
Inin, Htrel, fliulii, I'ioiI* uml nil kinds
of material sold, wholesale orrotall.
tfVCall and luKpecl our stock tun! obtain our prices boforo ordering olsewhero
•nd you will snvo money by It*.
mrorders by mall prAm'pt ly attended to.
dwfeWlc REID ft OURRII.
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
"Cutortaian wclltidaptMltoolilldrenttut I Caatoria cures Colto, Omttlpatlon,
I roooraiuena Has luperior to any prcMripUon I Sour Stomach, Diairtoa, Kriictotlon,
too™ to mo."     It A. A»ea«a, M. D,        I K111J^0<,•^• *"* *?*       f
WBo.O>locdl!lt,BrooU*m,N.-f.   | WItKout iniiuloui merUcatloa.
Tua Centaor Couiuky, rr Kerrey Street, N. Y.
NOTICE.
MESSIta. MAJOR A PEARSON WILL
be found at their new oflice, cor.
McKenzie and Clnrkson Sts„ llio buildings lately occupiod by Messrs. Corbould
AMeColl. daplltc
Land Ueslstry Ordinance, 1870.
Lot No. fi, Block XII, and Lot No, 2,
Block XXIII, iuthoCityofNewWest-
minster.
bjSHTIFIOATB OF INUEKEASIBLB
llio lo the above-mentioned Lots
J Issued lo Alexander Ewen on the
25th any of May, 18HK, unless in the meantime iv v-iiid objection llioroto be mado to
theunderslfsned lu writing by some person claiming an estate or Interest In said
Lots or some part thereof.
It. W. AUMSTRONU,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Otttoo,
New Westm luster, 2Ut Feb., 1888.
dfe2lm3
Organs! Organs!
CHEAPER THAN EVER.
IT WII.I. PAY YOU TO CALL Ul'ON
lilt. U.\Ml, Agnes Street, noxt to
Bnirtlst Cliurclr. Ho In nuoiit for tlio
Celebrated Earn Organ,
Anil Is sellini! liislriiineiits VERY IUOA-
SONAULY.
Gooil Value rr.ni. $100 nil.     ilwmliltc
BECKETT & CO;
Brick Manufacturers, \
BUILDERS AND
llltlCK-YAUDHi l>ort Haney.
OFFICES: t'oruer i'oluiubli: mid Mnry
(SI*,, Kew Weill in hutter*.     dwinlilltte
WILLIAMS   BROS.
Land Agents & Surveyors.
PLANS PBKFABBP. SIIKYKYS MA UK
Large ov Small Sums of Money Advanced
on Good Securities, at Reasonable
Hates of Intereat,
FuritlH for Hale on I-rawer Utver, nlievc
and helow New WcftliiiliiHirr.
WILLIAMS 11KOH. are In const imt com
iiuinleatlini wilh Intending ni-itiers frunt
KiiKland undelNt'wlieR'.mid liiivesiieeliil
facilities for ell'eetliiKHaten,
Tlielr olnuges me lower than any other
agents In tlio I'rovlnce.
OFFICEM-Cornor of Granville nnd Cordova HtreeU, nnd opiiositc V, P. H. Hlntlon
Van nm ver, It. V. da)>l*!mt
W. E. FALES,
PRACTIOAUINDERTAKER.
Embalming a Specialty.
Dealer In Wooden anil Metalle Bur-
lBlCaiketl> FutteraUConductcd.
A full line of Coffin TrlmmlngN nhvuyu on
hnnd. Parties nl a distance supplied at
shortest notice. Satisfaction guuran*
teed In every particular.
dwocltc
COLUMBIA 8T. NewWcst'r.
VANCOUVER CITY
Foundry^Ma&hi:
THE HUILD1NUS AND FITTING UP
of Machinery ln connection with
tin'st* Works being now ho far advanced,
thu proprietors feel Justified In notifying
1 heir friends and the puhlio that they will
bo prepared on or about the 1st of May to
reeeive and promptly execute any ordera
for work In tlielr lino wltli which tlioy
may bo favored: nnd from the superior
character of thoir machinery nnd plant
generally! nn woll an tho nklll of thoir employees, they feet confident of being Inn
position to do as good, If not bettor, work
limn any similar establishment in the
Province.
A, McltEIiVIE,
Mcohanlenl Malinger.
Vancouver, I). 0., 10th April, 18SS.
dapltttlU	
MANITOBA
Flour & Feed
STOI3E,
EWEN'SGANNERY BUILDINQ
Cor. Columbia & Begbie Sti.,
WK8TMIN8TKB.
J. HfND,
IMl'OltTKH AND ItKAI.RIl IN
Flour, Feed
AND 1IA1HV ritODUOE.
0AM, * BXAMINEOOODS * I'lllOES.
dmh20ml
MAJOR & PEARSON,
Real Estate Brokers  mul
Financial Agents.
AGENTS FOB
t'onredcrallon Lite AimoclaUon uf Toronto.
Nortli HrltiHb Mercantile undttuardlnn
Fire Insurance ioiiipanlcs.
IW* Valuable Lots for sale in tlie Clly
nnd District of Westminster; aud cholco
Lots ln the City of Vancouver.  -
Persons wishing to buy or. sell city or
rural properly tdiould uommunleatu with
"R.
Of kicks: McKenzlo Ht., Weslmi osier,
nnd Hastings St., Vancouver.      dwnplllle
Jersey Bull.
H*
THOS. CUNNINGHAM,
AV1NG  LATELY IMPORTUD A 6-
,  year-old
Thoroughbred Jersey Hull,
Has decided to stand him tor the benefit
of those wishing tu improve their Stuck,
FortenuB applyto
H. M. CUNNINGHAM A CO.,
dnpl-itc Columbia Street.
GUARDIAN
Insurance Com'y
OF LONDON, ENG.
Total Funds, $18,000,000
(IT BAELTl
ESTABLISHED 1821
Risks Taken at Rates
as Low as any other
Reliable Comp'y.
T. R, PEARSON,
NOETH
0 01i£F^.2>T-2"
Capital, $3,000,000 i   Losses
Paid, 148,000,000
ac«•»*»■»ivhva nm*»*a
Rates as Low as any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
tr KUks promptly taken! and Lobso.
utiafootorily adjusted,
T.R.PEARSON.
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
C-lUQi-aulr-f 4'apltal ••
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
A home"company.
This. Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:-
The RecurUy offered to polley holden ti
unsurpassed by any Company doing huil*
iicss In Ciiniidii,
It has no Hohomei of Insurance, but the
woll-en-lab I Is hed linen, henee tho policy
holdera cannot l;o lulhled as Ut their contractu.
Its Ktatoment* to the publlo oan be read* \
Ily understood, Its oimh otatompnt ihow-
1 ni every Item of Income and how expended.
Iti-ipoMtlonliiniicertalned annually from
ft detailed valuation Id whioh every Item
of liability la Included.
IU progreaii has beon unexampled in
the hlBt-ory of Insurance In Canada.
IU policies are IndlapuUtbld after three
years, and non*forfcitable after two years'
existence.
IU profit* are distributed upon on equitable liaslfl. The proflt* (o one class of
policy holdora are not lessened to Rive
larger profits to nny other nlass. which
mutliod affords superior advantiiKeaovcr
the uniform bonus plan of distribution,
Liberal UHlUlons us to Keslilcnee aad
mvti.
J. K, MarlKlNAI.I),
Managing Director,
T. R. PEARSON
Aient, Nev We.ltnlnmoi
)o7-5m(i.»llerii«t«, tasmzsmsyesKSsaamstxcs
l»
-TLUUKINGS.
,   ISbahii.—A bunch of fentlicra undor
tire Iron's throat.
:anit.~a family of irliiclu Bcloi)Tji\"|
o ouo liloUltrr'.
ll'iooiiv,—Doairlna to "not."
Cai'i;.—Hlaclt nnrl wliito  foatlrorn at
iiaisn os Iraul.lo, sluipod like a cape.
Uniiii.—A newly hutched fowl.
Crin Kjci,—Kowl iiinltrr u year old.
(*i,1!titii,—A flitliilo l.rnu:| or Billtimj,
C'nfK.—Mai.k uu I ovor ono year old.
Cockehm.—A ybiitiK cor-lt.
Ci'siiio**,—Muss ol loathors over the
rural).
DuBntxi-.—Cutting oil' comb, WrttleB
nn.I onr lolion,
I''l-rxisiii!|].—Wlron It cockerel has ob-
.nlnoil hia full tail, comb, hackloo, etc.
Hacki.ks.—l'cculinr niirrow long loath-
irs on tho neck.
Hock.—Joint    botwoon    thigh   nnrl
sh n nk.
Kiiki,.—Tlio brea-t-liouo.
Mossy.—Confused or indistinct uinrU-
n«s.
Pka co.mii.—A triple comb.
Pu.scii.iNa.—Small murks or stripee
ovor a feather.
Potn.T.—A young tin-key.
l'niMAitiiis,—The secondary feathers ol
ho wing.
Pui.i.icT.—Hen undor ono year old.
Secondaries.—Quilt feathers of the
ings.
Sickles.—Long   curved   feathors   ol
rock's tail.
SiTAXiri.iNO.—Largo spot 'or splash on
Bach feather.
Wimi-iiahs.—A lino of dork color across
he niiilJlo of the wing.
Winu-iiow.—Tho upper or -ahouldei
mrt of tho wing.
Winii covEiim—Broad feathers cover-
ng roots of secondaries.
Chicago DIvui-itii Cnlll-l Iltilnoi-n.
"Whnt is your husband's occupation ?"
iskoil Sir. K H. llorTiiinii, Jr.
"Habitual drunkenness, sir," said Mrs.
'unpen.
lliero was n roar in Jiidgo Collins'
spurt; The divorce mill lind ilrarvi'i in iia
Isunl crowd of sooctators, qpnn avuil rrl-
imy-iiu lying, rolling lire seaiidiilj' under
liuir ton:iii'S. Tiro enso of !irip,Ti. r vs.
>rip|ien was in. progress, mil Mr. IJoilV
nnn's political funic made tlio spcclaldra
n.'irrd liim with nwo.
"t refer," said ho, to your husband's
rrofi'sslon."
"Uo rtiarlo cigars."
".'rooil cigars?*'
"Occasionally,"
Mr. Hoiluian drew a cigar from his
ockct.
"This, your Honor, is ono of tho do-
Hidant's cigars."
"Mark it 'Exhibit A,'" 6aid tho juilsro.
"Ifri'i Mr. Dnppon any other proles-
ion ':" continued tho lawyer.
".'ot to my knowledge,'' said Mr. Pap-
tou's wifo.
"Nevor prnctlcod as a dentist?"
"Not profession-lily."
"Son, Mis. Dappen, on your oath, dirl
ot your husband oxtrurt six of your
10th?"
Mrs. Dnppon looked timidly round.
tr. rappcii boing evidently out of hcar-
ig, sho whispered, "lie did."
"Did ho administer gas, or othor, or anv
msthetic?" '
"No, sir."
j "Did ho extract tho tootli ono aftor tho
ther?"
1 "He extracted tliom nil togother."
} "Had, your husband any license to
r.iT*'r*oasadenlist?"
_ "I novor hoard of it. Ho usod to say:
[I will allow you $1 a day. firing nm tho
■fcccounts every week, and if ever I lind a
[out iniasing I will knock your tooth
»ut.'"
"Md ho find "any; deficit in yonr nc-
rounls ?"
J "Ono Saturday night I could not 1ml-
■nco tho books. I was thirteen cents
lliort. Without a word my husband
truck rue in the mouth.    Six of iny
kreth were knocked out   I swallowed
yo,"
. "Have you tho othor four in court ?"
I "Yes, Bir."
, "Mark them 'Exlbit E,'" said tho j udge.
IrCllicaijo Tribune.
' How Opium la Grown.
t Tho interest which tho Goverliifiont ol
lulia takes in tho opium industry is
■town by the pecuniary oss'stniu-n it of-
Irs lo poppy growers. Tlio u.ost nf Ihoso
li.nnging in ita cultivation are verv poor,
Tnd the Govornment furnislns purpoies
J irrigation, if tho land needs it, and
■so tho requisite amount of sis ai. Anther advance of money is imule when
He plant appears above the surface oi Mie
kound, and still another when it is near-
V tlmo for puncturing tlie pods. Tiro
fcwlng ol the seod occurs tlie lirst ol
November; the plant is in blossom in
jiout threo months, and in about an-
Iher month the poppy-heads, which nro
■bout tho size of hou's eggs, nro ready
fer being operated upon. Theso heads
Ire opened every dav for fivo or six
lines, when the liquid is all ostracted.
the collected fluid has then to bo crno-
lilly stirred and exposed to the action of
Bio air bo that the water may be ev.rpor-
Itod. Thia process requires another
honth, whon tne thickonod muss is parrl;-
Id in small jam and then taken tn Iho
Rctories, wliere it Is weighed and its
|nluo credited to the owner. It is only
li'T'asionally that ono man is wenlliiy
liiongh to own half an acre of poppies,
nnl tlio most of the plots range from one-
li.lli to one-twelfth of au acre, and nro
lurked by the owner and liis fiiinilv.
[he clilof opium district Isa large tract
In tho Ganges about 000 miles in l>ngth
Ly -ill) miles in hroadtii. There nre, however, many othor counties besides In.Iia
engaged in raising opium, mid, ni is woll
Inown, the grand total pro lucod is im-
ihtiiso, nnd the world's coiisiiiiiption is
Jonstantly increasing. In leed, it is
lluimod thnt the poppy inn ba raised
lirolitably In Florida, iiiul it is jpfnbulilo
Hint tho manufacture of opium will soon
i ono of the industries of that Statu.
■•' Two Itlmln ol Olrl..     '
i There are two kinds of girls: ono iB
Hio kind that nppjara best abroad, tho
girls that are good for parties, rides,
visits, balls, etc., and whose chief delight
Ir in all auch thin.'s. The othor is a kind
I'lrieh appoars In-st at home, the girls
■lit are useful nnd cheerful in the
lining room, the sick-room, and all the
tiX'cinuta of homo. Thoy dill'er widely
ir character. One is frequently a tor-
front at home; the other iaabiossing,
lino ll a moth, consuming everything
■Liout her; tho othor is a sunbeam, in-
Ipiriiig llfo and glnlnoss nil along tbo
lailiwny. Whicli will our readers, by
pud's blessing, strive to be?
Greet Invention..
i Tho fifteen great American inventions
If world-wido adoption nro: 1, the cotton
Kin; 2, tho planing miurhino; H, the grass
liiiiwer nnd reaper; -I, thu rotary printing
Irri'ss; o, navigation by steam ; ll, the
liot-nir engine; 7, the sowing machliio;
V the India rubber iiidusrv; II, the
itachino manufacture of horse lm. s; 10,
Iho sand-blast for carving; 11, tire gaitgo
lathe*, 12, the grain elevator;' I.I, artificial Ico-maklng on a largo scale; 11,
Iho electric magnet .and its practical
iippllcntloa i 15, tho tolephone.
Is dry and turns hard, until oil imippllcd;
after which H moves easily, Wlnrn the
joints, or- lunges, «if tiro hudyato HtMimed
and iiillniiieil by Ithoiiiiintism, they cannot bo movod without causing (ho most
excruciating pains. Ayer's SarsGparitla,
hy its action ou tlio blood, relievos this
condition, and restores the joints to good
working qi lor.
Ayer's SarsapariUa has effected, In our
oity, many most remarkable cure*, In
coses which baffled tlio efforts of tho
most experienced physicians. Wero it
necossary, I could givo tlio names of
many individuals who have boon cm oil
by taking thin medicine. In iny caso ft
has worked wonders, relieving mo of
Rheumatism,
after boing troubled with it for years. In
tills, and all other diseases arising from
impure blood, thero is no reliioity Wltli
which I am acquainted, that attorns such
relief as Ayor's Sarsaiiarilla. — K. H.
Lawrence, M. D., Baltimore, Md,
Ayor's SarsapariUa cured mo of Gout
and Rheumatism, wlron nothing else
would. It has eradicated every truco of
diseaso from my aystom. — H. II. Short,
Manager Hotel Belmont, Lowell, Mass.
I was, during many months, a sufferer
from chronic KlicuiiiTilisnr. Tho disease
ailiirrted rue grievously, in snito of all tlio
remedies I cou'd lind, until I commenced
using Ayor's SaT-soparilla. I took several hollies of this preparation, and was
speedily rostorod to health.—J. Froam,
Independence, Va.   - tt
Ayer's SarsapariUa,
Prcpatctil liv Dr. J. O.Ayor&Oo., Lowell,B(mi.
Sold by nil rDriiBijloiB.   Price $1; nix bottles, $6,
Cream & Fancy Cakes
—ao tu—
A. DIEBEL'S
VROaIT ST11EET, Opp. C. P. N. WiiAHF
(Iao22tfl
W.C. LOYE,
wilt Boot ui Shos Hik
Kt*]intrlng Neddy Done.   Cork Sole
Work a SiM'<*lnM j-.
ns-Ordors jiromptly attended to.
Clarkgou St., Inrciu'of Colonial Hotel, next to Rami Bros,' oJMco. dnolto
Land for Sale,
BKING CORNER T.OT lfl, BLOCK 4 N,
Rtlttgfl tl W.t Lulu Island—contulding
1G0 acres ot Trlino FARMING LAND, situ-
uto on a L'ood niml, nml about 1% miles
from tho Nortli nnn of Fraser River, B. C.
Price, SiWiier ncr-rt partensh and balance on time Willi interest nt 10 per cent.
Apply u>
J. H. TODD A HON,
(I\vmh2lm2 Victoria, ft C.
CORSETS
MADE TO ORDER,
LADIES WISIIINO CORSETS MADE
to ordor, lu any slyle or iiiotcrliil,
cun leave their measure at the HON
MAHOUK Dress-muk 1 nt,' Establishment,
for tlie celebrated
M'GABE SANATIVE CORSET
Which, forcoinfort.dnrnhilllyaiid beauty
of shape, takes the lend every wiioro.
E. C. MOOERS,
Qcncval Agent for Ii. 0. A Manitoba.
(Imlil5tc
SAIjE
In (he Supreme Court of British Columbia, in the matter of (he Estate of David Wells,.deceased.
TENDERS WILL HR REOEIVED BY
W. H. Falding, Esq., District Registrar ttt New Westminster, up to the 28th
DAY OF APRIL NEXT, for the purchase
of lot No. 998 in Croon Two. Now Westminster District, containing 160 acres
(moreor less). The lands arc well improved, wltli valuablo buildings, including Dwelling Houh<', Barn, Dairy, Ac.
Conditions of Salo may be ascertained
from the Bald RcglstrAr or from tho undersigned.
Dated tho 20th day of March, A.D. 1888.
* CORBOULD A McCOLL,
dwmh20ml Vendor's Solicitors.
THOS.  OVENSr
MANUFACTURER OP
Buggies, Carnages,
Blacksmitii and Machinist
All Kinds of Machinery, Patent Looks,
Safes, Sewing Machines, kc, kc,
Repaired,
BLACKSMITHING
In ail Its branches.  Farmers', LoKKcrs',
Mill and Contract Work; Agricultural
Implements, and everything In the
blacksmith Rue mado to order,
Having secured flrst-cliiss workmen, w«
feel confident of giving satisfaction.
tar Horse-shooing a specialty.
dw-JIy81tcl ' ColdmhiaSt,, New WifflT. •
C. E: WOODS,
Land Surveyor.
A.C.
Notary Puiw
LAND SURVEYORS,
i) lUfiw auwwj i
AND CONVEYANCERS.
•A.GKBU7TS  POB
FIRE.* -The Western of Toronto, The JEt-
tin, The City of London, nnd Tho Hartford.
UFK,-Tho New York Lifo Insurance Co.
ACaDKNT-^-Tho Travelers' of Hartford.
Lnnd ti-arvcj lug In all Its branohes Accurately nnd piomptly carried out,
Clly nnd Sntinrlinn Lands fnr Sale*  We
can show a complete list of destrnblo localities.
I mm luu Lamia, Improved and unimproved, throughout tho dlfllnftt,
.Mining nnd other Stork bought A solit.
.Iloncy lo l.onii on lirst mortgage at tow
rales. 	
TKLlU-nOKK CALL NO. 33,
P. 0. Dhawkr W.
WOOI)S,TVKNKIUGAHB!<K,
Of Fict, Elurd'S Blook,   •   Columiia Strict
NEW WESTMINSTER.
ilmliHIO
NUT HAMMOHD
NURSERY
Frull Trees,
Urnamenlal Trees,
Small Fruits,
Ami 'Mltl'Eri STOCK on liuinl in Brenl
viirtot}*.
BiwylbliiB flrril-irlnnrr nnrl riiinlaliwl In
Sural TTlrrrim,
Dik8iinill.uia.hr vuluiililoUD-tiupupo-
Hfil-lpllVr- Civlllloi^uc Willi Tl brrllllUlill irtil-
onrrl lilatos.   1'l-lirrr I.lHtrr Hiriit frcrr.    •
O, W. HENRY,
rlW-llcllitrr Purl llrilillliirnil, 11,1'.
NOTICE
IHEiuoiiY oivw NpTiaia that i
itiioml lo Hpid.V itniie CHIi'f im "iiils-
Hlom-r of Lands and Wnrliit for ll'iwjof
the rolluwlng tiuibci' lands;
1. Commencing at a siuke pliiDted nl
tlio S(mtb-Ka*it comer of Police iiiiiiiTnm'-*
Indian Reserve at thn mouth of Kust
branch of the 8qunml.sli Hlver: thence
running Eust-IDclinlus; tlienee Nortli JKil
chains; thenoe West HI) chains to tho
Squaftilsli Hlver; thenco South-West a-
long llio Illver to tholinoof Peter's In-
dlun Heservo; thence Houth along ttic
East line of tho Indian Hosci-vc 80 chains;
thence following (.ho Illver to tbo North-
East cornor of Policeman Tom'K Indian
Kosei-ve; thence South along the East
line of Policeman Tom's Reserve to tho
South-Eust oorner post-tlic placo of commencement
2. Commencing at a tree .squared aB a
post nbout 40 chains from the mouth of a
small creek west of Brunswick Mountain,
0271, on tho East side of Mont-aguo Channel; thenco South 00 chains; tlience ftnst
«)chains; North 80chains; West 80 chains;
Houth 20 chains, to place of commencement.
8. Commencing at the North-Eiist, corner post of tho Indian Reserve on tlio
Westof WoolbrldgelKland: tlience Nm lb
nlong the shore 00 clialns: thenco West 100
chains; thence South 120 chains; thenco
East to the Kouth-West corner of Indian
Reserve; theneo along the lino of Indian
Reserve to the place of (■oniiiiciieeniBnt.
JAMES MoINTOBH.
New West.; B.C., March '20,im.  ilinh2i)iii
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OKFICI'I.
2SI.li Maroh, 1888.
The following telegram from His Excellency tho Governor-General to Ills Honour tho Lieu tenant-Governor, In reply to
a telegram from His Honour, stating thnt
lt wns understood that parties fitting out
for Behring's Sea wero arming for the
purpose of resisting seizure, is published
for general Information.
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
TELEGRAM.
Ottawa, 27th March, I88S.
TO LlKUTKNAJiT-UOVEnNOlt
or Bitmsn Comiuma,
VICTOUIA.
Your Government should Issue public
not ice cautioning persons going on Sealing
expeditions to refrain from assertion of
their rights by force, and from taking ou
hoard arms and ammunition In excess of
their usual requirements. The wholo
matter Is engaging the attention of Her
Majosty's Government and forum the subject of diplnmntic negotiations now In
progress. Any Intemperate action ln the
meanwhile would be mont, detrimental to
British Columbian Interests and might
load to serious complications nnd bo
followed by grave consequences to those
concerned.
[Signed], LANSDOWNE.
Mil Ikiipil lou By-Liw, 1SS3<
A By-Law to enable the Corporation of
Delta to raise the sum of Threo thousand five hundred ($3,500.00) Dollars,
for the purposes therein set forth.
WHEREAS THE MUNICIPALCOUN-
ell of the Corporation of Delta hns
resolved to raise the sum of Three thousand five hundred ($.1^00.00) Dollars, for
building roads, etc., in snld Municipality,
us hereafter specified, viz.:
1st, Thosum of Seventeen hundred ($1,-
700.00) Dollars to bu expended lu planking
road from Chilochken Slough Bridgo to
Mr. Ii. Guichon's wharf;
2nd, The sum of Nine hundred (£1)00,00)
Dollars to be expended In repairing nnui
from Chilochken Slough Bridge to Ladner's Landing; nnd
3rd, The sum of Nino hundred ($000.00)
to be used In paying off all outstanding
Delta Municipal Debentures;
And whereas It will require the sum of
Five hundred and sixty (SfiOO-OO) Dollars to
be raised annually by special- rate for the
payment of tho sala debt and Interest ns
Is hereinafter mentioned;
And whereas the amount of the whole
rateable property of the sntd Corporation
of Delta according to the Inst revised
assessment roll, being for tlie year 1887,
wns $286,020.00, Irrespective of any future
Increase of the rateable property of the
Municipality and also Irrespective nf any
Income from the temporary Investments
of the sinking fund or any part thereof;
And whereas for paying tho interest and
creating a yearly sinking fund for paying
the said principal of 13,500.00 and Interest
as hereinafter mentioned. It will requiro
an equal annual special rate of ono-flfth
.of one per cont. on the Dollar:
1st, Thnt It shnll bo lawful forthe Reeve
of the Corporation to raise by way of loan
from nny person or persons, body nr
bodies corporate who may be willing lo
advance Iho mine upon credit of the Debentures hereinafter mentioned, nt-mm of
money not exceeding In the whole the
sum of $3,500.00, and cause the same tn he
paid Iuto the hands of the Treasurer of
the said Corporation for Hu* pnrpn.*.e and
with the object above reelted,
2nd, That it shall be lawful for the said
Reeve to cause nny number of Duhouturt-s
to be mnde for such sums of money as
maybe required, not less tlmu One hundred dollars ench,and that the said Debentures shall be sealed with the seal of
tlie said Corporation of Delta and be
signed by the said Reeve.
3rd. That the said Debentures shnll be
made paynble in ten years,at Ihe fnrt best,
from tho day hereinafter mentioned for
this Bylaw to take eli'ect, nt tlio olllce of
tlie Treasurer of the Corporation of Delta,
and shall have attached to them coupons
for thepayment of tlie Interest.
Ith, That tlie said Debentures shnll benr
Interest nt and after the rato not tn exceed
0 per cent-, per annum from tne date thereof, which Interest shnll be paynble anil unlly at the oillco ofthe Treasurer of the
Municipality.
Sth, Thnt for the purpose or forming a
sinking fund for the payment of thesnld
Debentures and tlie Interest at the mtc
aforesaid to beco'iic due thereon,unequal
special rate nf one-lift li of oue percent.
on the Dollar shnll, lu addition to nil
other rates ho raised, levied and collected
In eachyearnpon all rateable property in
llie salt! Municipality, during tho eon-
tlnuanco of the snld Debentures or nny nf
them.
Ilth, It shall he lawful for thesnld Municipal Council from time to time to purchnse any of tho said Dcbentures,nnd such
Debentures shalt bo so expressed as to entitle tho Council to redeem aud pureiui.se
the same on paying tho amount thereof
and Interest due thereon to tbe dnte of
aueli[purchase, to the holders thereof,nnd
all Debentures so purchased shall be
forthwith cuncollcd and destroyed nnd no
re-lssuo of Debentures shall ho made In
consequence of such re-purclinse.
7th, This Bylaw shall take elUct and
como Into operation upon tho 1st duy of
June, 1888.
8lh, This Byluw may bo cited for all
Eurpnses us 'The Delta Muillelpul t-oun
ylnw, 1868."
Passed ihe Municipal Couholltnol-Hli
day of April, 1888.
11 AKK NOTICE THAT THE AltOVU
ts a true copy of the proposed Byluw
upon Which the vote ot the Munlidpiillly
will be tnken at the Delta Town Mull nn
Wednesday the 2nd nay of May, IftW, between the hours of 10 oviock u. in. nnd I
o'clock p. in.
WM. MiKKE.
Clerk Municipal Council.
Lfldtt-tt'a Landing, April 10,1888.
Aoi*:st!i: T, N, HIBBEH & GO , Victoria.
TIMETABLE
Str. "Qladys,"
UKTH, l-'tlllTliKIt NOTIOE, WILL
loavofor.Chllllwhitek and why places
on TUEHDAYfi ami TIIURhdaYk, at 7
n. ui., returning on rolluwlng d-iyn. l-'itr
all fiirlln'i* Uitonii.-tili'ii apply tm liciird,
orto W.J. MATlIEItA-
dfeiiOlu On ihu Wharf,
1-TOT1CB.
NOTICE IH HI4RISJ1Y GIVEN THAT
wo bave applied to th« Mlnlstorof
the Interior fora license to out timber on
tlie following lands, viz.: The.Southeast,
quarter of .Hotitliwcst muiftor-socUon and
Southwest quarter of the Soiit.h--ustf-.nur-
ti'i-sertlon of Section 2-1, and the Northeast quarterof Northwest qiiarler-secMon
and Northwest ipiurtcr of NorlliL'iistqmir-
ter-seetlon of Section 11, ull In Township
40, in tho District of Now Westm luster.
BRUNETTE SAW MILL CO. (Ll).)
dupOml IT. L. DkBeuk, Muu:iger.
FOR SALE.
Valuable    Property!
ON THE MUD BAY XtOAD.
!>Y VIRTUE OK THE POWER OF
I > Sale contained in a certain Mortgugo
which may be seen at I lie olllce of the undersigned, tenders will be received hy
them up to noon on THURSDAY thk
101-ji Day ov May next, ior tho purchnse
of tho NorHi»East*ttiiariurLuf Section No.
i:{. Township 4, New Westminster District, on which Is erected ii vat liable
1'welling House and other hulldtligs.
Tltlo Indisputable. Terms and conditions
may bo had on application to
COljnOULI) & McCOLL,
NewWestmlnster,
Solicitors for Vendors dwnpl'itd
NOTICE* '
LILLOOET* FERRY.
SEALED TENDERS WILL BE RE-
coived by tho Hon. tho Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works up to noon
or Tuesday, 1st or May next, for the right
or maintaining and operating a Ferry
across the Frnsor Hlver at Lillooet forn
term of one yonr.
Alt the Government ferry plant will bo
placed at the disposal of the contractor
for uso In plying tlio ferry.
The limits of the ferry aha] I extend fonr
mllos abovo and four miles below tlie
line of the wire cable.
Tenders must state tho sum proposed to
bepnld to the (lovcniinciit for the privilege, and the rate of toll proposed to lie
collected for every—
Passenger,
Loaded Animal,
Unloaded Animal,
Freight Wagon,
Spring Wagon or Buggy,
Head of Cattle or Horses,
Sheep, Pig or Goat,
One hundred pounds of Freight.
The toll to he collected upon mining
machinery shall not exceed oue-hiitf the
rato to he charged ror ordinary freight.
All officers of tho Provincial Govornment, with thoir animals and freight, to
pass free.
Witii enoli tender must he submitted
I he names of two responsible residents of
tho Provinco who aro willing to sign a
bond for the sum of {WOO, as security for
the faithful carrying ont of the contract,
W. S. GORE,
Surveyor-Gen crnl.
liands nnd Works Department,
Victoria, B. O., April 7th, 1888.
jlnplltd
—ANY MAN—
Who ts Weak, Nervous, Dcbtlluted,
who In his Folly and Ignorance has
Trifled away his Vigor of Body, Mind
and Mnnhood,eiuiBlngcxlimisting drains
upon the Fountains of Life, lleml-
aohe. Backache, Dreadful Dreams,
Weakness of Memory, Bnshrutncss In
Siiclety, Pimples upon the Face and
alt tho taflcets leading toEm-lylleuay,
Consumption or Insanity, will tlnd In
our Specific No, 2.1 n Positive Cure, It
imparts Youthful Vigor, restores the
Vital Power In old an Jyoung, strengthens and Invigorates tho Brains nnd
Nerves, builds up the muscular system
and arouses Into action the whole physical energy of the human frame. With
our Specific No. 23 the most obstinate
case enn be cured ln three months, and
recent ones ln less than 80 dnys. Each
package eoniaiiiB two weeks treatment.
Price $'2, Cures guaranteed. Our Specific
No. 24 ts nn infallible Vuro for all Private Diseases, no matter of how long
standing. Sold under our writ ton Ounr-
iititt-ti to effect a Cure. Price S'i. Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Out.
msuirrni
I That dread teiror, a diseaso so long
I balling science and the most skilled
I physicians, who know of nothing to
I arrest, not hing to allcviute, nothing to
Jeiire. Now It. 1:- no loii|*cr an Incur-
lulile malady even when given up by
9 physic hi ns. health can yet be found In
jul'R KK.MKI'V; it heals nud soothes
I the membrane of iho Lungs, Inflamed
laud poisoned liv the ruvuges of tills
I fell disease, and prevents the night
j sweats and tightness across the chest
I wii ii-li accompany it.   Price Si.
CURES    GUARANTEED.
onto Medicino Co., Toronto, Ont,
01 It KW-JGANT ritKl'AIUTIUNS.
Remember wo niiwiiifucturo and nro the
sole proprietors of the following specialties, ami that they can bit hint from no
oihersouiiH'. THEY ARE HOT FOR SALE BY
DRUGGISTS. Co]T(*t;|-*imdenee strictly eon-
jldcniiai. Consultation upon all chronic
disease Invited. (}0 CHARGE except ror
lmuIielni'K. All goods sent secure from
obsaiviitloUt Toronto Medicine Co., Toroulo, Oni,
HAIR   COLORING.
Our magnltlnent preparations nre warranted perfectly harmless. We prepare
the following relors—Iho liner shades
arise from Iho hulr Itself: lllo-k, llurk
Hi-own, Medium llrnivn, Chestnut, Light
Chestnut. Hold Dlbnrto, Ash or Itlomlo
Cetidrae, K*.-nd sample of hnir when or-
during. Price, SJ pel bottle. Toronto Medicine Co .Totonto, Out.
TOILET REQUISITES.
In ordering plonso specify whieh you
rcfpilri-j we guarantee them to give entire
sutlsfuctlon, No, s impnrts tn the sklu
the color ami frcHhm-ss of muldenhofi'l;
nannies*) ami cinmol lie detoefed, sl.'J-'i.
No. 0 ivmo'es wrinkles, &. No. II) removes Liver Spots, -3I.-25. No. II removes
Flesh Worms, 81.25. No. 12 removes
Krocklnn, •?1.,.,'>.   No,  13 removes Pimples,
11,28, No. ii remove Thiv«,W, Np. 1.1
removi's Mn!cs,S! No. HI removes Pock-
Intirks.W, No. 17ki..hvim undue lVn.pl-
i'nllon,$i-2-*-. No. IS, un absolute unfailing
spoolflo for lhi> ivlcnlioii.dcvelopti
mnllillnll n(   Ilia   llalr, $1,2',.
T.ir
llio
talli'liio Co.,Tol'dliln,Ollt,
THE BUST.
Nu. lilla ll nnhhr.al lllli'llllll :
ml."
lar-
rl 1. illrri'lil. wlilrli  K,ii'rr.llly
0(111
. stores the female bust to The proportions of voluptiioin? mil uie.    Is cnlhelv
litu ui less uudcerliiln In results.   Price*)).
Toronto Medicine Co,, Toronto, (hit.
dwtiplSji
City Laundry
JOB   QUI,
HAVIN(j LKABKD J_ill K1VTJ9U UP
u shop un l»idinH Kii-t-H, neurlyop-.
poBite Mr. Wlsi's stable, Ih now prepared
to undertake tho work of a
General Luumlry.
Competent men employed, and work
guaranlecil. Having engaged a Wagon
for delivery, clothes will do delivered
promptly ln any part of the city, First-
class references given if reuulrcd. A trial
order solicited. Prices will be found as
low as tu any first-class establishment.
Families taken at special rates.
istrtii'ders may bo left, at Mr. l.Mcklnson's
Hulchci-Khop, Columbia Ht. dJnBtc
Dominion Lands.
TK YOU AUK PAVING KOR YOUR
I Preemption or for rent of Mlnlngor
(jriiKing Laud, or buying Kami, Mining
or any hmd from tho Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY GASH
largo discount,
Serin can be obtained In large or small
quantities from
ALLOWAY k CHAMPION,
BAUKHBB,
WINNIPEO,   MANITOBA,
OK FROM
TIIK BASK OF WtlTIBII COLUMBIA,
NBW WESTMINSTER.
tlwrnltBt**
UNIVERSAL TRIPOD GOAT MGR
In Antique Oak, Elm, and
mahogany Finish.
Call and see them nt
1'. J, KORSOVS.
ALSO, SOLE AGENCY ON THE MAINLAND FOH THE CELEBRATED
White Sewing Machine
THE BEST IN THE WOULD.
C. J. ROBSON,
ColumbiaSt,On1. Colonial Hotel.
        dapUtc i ,
To k him Halt
BY WAV OP THE
Oregon and California R.R.
AND CONNECTIONS.
THE NIT. SjJAMi ROUTE.
Quicker in Time tlinn nny other
Route between
New Wesimissier and San Francisco.
Mrnnd Scenic Route or the Facile
Coast.
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
EXCURSION SLEEPERS
For  Sciroml - CIhbk   PnmiciiBOr. on   nit
Tlinnitili TmlllH. frre of rlmritc.
Pnro from Portlftntl lo Sncramonto nnd
Snn FrniiolMTor Unlimited, km Kim'
Clnss (Ll initial), $'*ilt Sccorrd Clnss (Limited), $11.
11. KOEIILKIt, Mutineer.
E. P. ROOEKS,
dje23te     Oeu. Freight & Pass. Agent.
W.R. AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
General Merchandise!
NKW WSSTMIXBTIR, B. C.
Hay and Feed
1ARKBT.
WOOD & OOAL
(THR11BST QUALITY).
Dry -tiioods, Boots & Shoes,
Provisions & Oroccricw.
FARMERS'     HARDWARE,
OB*As wo hsu no whisky or tobacco wo
can. l>y tompcrato liublis and careful economy, ROrvo tho public at. especially low
rales. UwJalKtc
IMPERIAL
md] INSURANCE COMP'Y,
I Oi i> IIroau St. and 1(1 Pau. Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
TT10R INSURING HOUSES k OTHKR
Jj fliiiliHngH, Good*, Wares, Meruhaii*
tiise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships hi Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cii-gous of suoh Vessels; also, Ships build*
ins and ropuiiing, llargon and othor Ves*
siils on navigable rivers and canals, and
{ioods on hoard such Vossols, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and iu Foreign
Countries,
KK0M LOSS OR DAMAGE BT FIRK.
Sulwcrlhftrt and Invented Capital,
£1,(300,000 8TQ.
Knt.'H of IVeiniiiiii and overy informa
tiol! un i bu obtained on ii-fiplieation to
W. J. AUM8TR0NG,
Agoot (». New Weshnlmtiir.
look: heebi
In order to make room for a large consignment of Boots and Shoes
for the Spring trade, I will for sixty days sell all
descriptions of
Boots and Shoes at Cost for Cash.
tr CALL EARLY AND SECURE BARGAINS.
JAMES ROUSSEAU,
dwfe2to
No. 81, Columbia Street.
BRITISH  COLUMBIA
LAND & INYESTMBNT A&ENCT, Id.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S. MASON,
CUYLER A. HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS,
HEAD OFFICE, ■ 56 Hew Broad St. ■ LONDON, ENGLAND.
The Business of ALLSOP b MASON haa been merged in the above Company
and will be carried on by the Company from thb date as a general Land Investment
and Insurance Agcniy.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Uw Rate.. Town Lota and Farming
Lands for Sale on easy terms.
Victoria, B. a, May 16lh, 1887. dwje7t*
Steele BRosaCci^.
SEEDS
\D I MG MERCHANTS.
STEELE BROS SGO.
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,'
WHARF STREET • VIOTORIA.
AGHlrrTS   3TOK
North British and Mercantile
Insnrance Co. Tor Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
36 Finsliury Circus,
London, E. C,
Mainland Her
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed f Sale Stables
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PREPARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RIDS
At Special Low Untos.
Snjii; ud All M of Teaming
Don cut Shortest Notlco,
Dry «*onlwwd delivered to any pnrt of
the City.
Orders by Telephone wilt rocotvO prompt
attention,
BOrStftbtOB nearly opposite C. P. It. Depot, Colnmbla st,, New Westminster.
iljaiiic       GILLEY BROS. Pkops.
notioh
WKTHE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY
givo notice that thirty dnys after
date we Intend to apply, to tlie Chief Com-
mlRHluiier of Lnnds nnd Works fnr permission to tense for timber purposes the
following describe*.! lands:
riot No. 1—Twenty aeroi, more or less,
situated ubitut, twenty milea from Karri-
son Hprlnuson Die Wesl. shoro of Harrison
Lake, hounded hy the lake and mountain.
Tiot No. 2.—Ten aeres, more or less, situated about twetily-two'mtlesfromHnr-
Haoitflprlngaon tho West sldo of Harrison
Luke, tmuuded by shore and mountnln.
riot No. 3,—Three hundred acres, moro
or less, situated nbout twenty-live miles
from Harrison BprlngK on West shoro,
opposite North end of big island,culled
"Hnlf-wny Point," bounded by mountain
and shore.
Plot No. •!.—One hundred acres, more or
loss, situated ou Wost shore of Hnrrlson
Lake, nbout hnlf way between Silver
Creok nud biff slide, bounded by mountnln nnd shore.
Plot No. 6.—Fifteen acres, moro or less,
situated on West shore of Harrison Lake,
opposlto big slide, hounded by shore nnd
mouninln.
Plot No. 0.—Ten neres, moro or less, sll-
tinted on Wost shore of Harrison Lake,
one mllo abovo bis slide, bounded hy
mountain and shore.
Plot No. 7.—Ten neres, more or loss, situated on Wesl shore nt Harrison Lake, six
miles from liouglas, bounded bymouu-
tnln nud shore.
Plot No. 8.—Fifty acres, more or loss,
West of Port Dnuiilns Indian reserve,
bounded by Llllooot Kivor nnd mountain.
Plot No. 0, -Two hundred neres, moro or
less, sltunteil on West sldo of Lillooet
Hlver and North sldo of Hluekot Creek,
bounded bysiuoke! Creek, LUlooet River
ami numntnlii.
Plot No. Hi.—One hundred aeres, move
or loss- sltunteil on Knst side of Lillooet
Ulvor.itbout font mllos from the river's
mouth.
Plot. No. 11.—Fifty acres, more or less,
sit tinted nbout ono mile of roar of Douglas
on the wagon rond,
JOS. MARTIN * SON.
Harrison Rivor, B. C.,
April Snd, 1888. dttpRml
COME AND SEE!
H
W. H. HOLDEN,
AVINO   TAKEN   POSSESSION  OF
 the "Temperance House," fronting
on Columblaand Ohuroh Streets,opposite
tbe Episcopal Churoh, and now known
as the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling public
at the following rates:
Board per day „ ».,.,™,|1 00
"      "   week 6 OU
Single Heals.     26
Beds ,     25
«a.Oood accommodation for Ladles and
f ami Ilea, tnyMe
Flowers for sale
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
Chinese LatoContected.
Clearing Land and Cutting
Cordwood.
FOOK WO& CO.,
COLUMBIA BTREET,
Near Cleveland Hotel,
Now Westminster.    tllelRinS
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER
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Clothes Cleaned, be. 	
Timber License  A. M. Burgess
Notice G. W. Haynes
Dress Shirts, ic J. E. Phillips
§nilj) British (Eoluntbian
Hi.tiir.ln) Evening, April HI. 1H1W.
Rooms to rent ovor Herring's Drag
Store. *
The Fairy Queen will make her
trial trip on Monday.
Tke Samson returned from tho
mouth of tho river today.
Tne choral union meots on Monday
night next instead of Tuesday.
The Btr. Rainbow left for Victoria
this morning with freight and passengers.
Over t ton of fresh salmon was shipped east to-day by D. W. Port it Co.
and W. H. Vianen.
Nails, $4.00 per keg cash; $4.25
if booked, at James Cunningham's
Pioneer Hardware House, 1802.    *
Thos. Sabin, of Eglhigton, says: I'I
have removed ten corns from my feet
with Holloway's Corn Cure, Reader,
go thou and do likewise.
Tarred Building Paper at 11J cts. per
lb, Boiled Linseed Oil wholesale SOcts.
per rallon—at James Cunningham's
Pioneer Hardware House, 1802.    *
Ayer'a Cathartic Pills are suited to
every age, They are mild and pleasant
in action, thorough and searching in
etfect, and, being sitgniMioatcd, are easy
to take. Those pills never fail to givo
satisfaction,    nil   .
A perfectly sound body and mind uu.
impaired are possible only with pure
blood. Leading medical authorities in-
dorse Ayer's SarsapariUa as the best
blood purifying medicine in existence. It
vastly increases the working and productive powers of both hand and brain.
Mr. A. Stone will conduct gospel
service at 4 o'clock on Sunday afternoon in the rooms of the Y. M. C A.
Tho subject is taken from tho last
clause of the 1th verse of the xi chapter of St. Luke's gospel. All men are
invited to attend.
Mr; J. Leist, warehouseman for Lruitx
Bros., Buffalo, N. Y., says he had a
swelling on his foot which he attributed
to chilblains. He used Dr. Thomas'
Eclectric Oil, And ts troubled no longer.
Dr. Thomas' Eolectrio Oil may be imitated in its appearance and name, but not
in Its virtues.
Capt. McLean's house, at Pitt Meadows, with all its contents, was burned
to the ground yesterday aftornoon.
The loss is estimated at 81,500. Among
tho articles that perished in tho flames
wero many pieces nf ruitir jue brie a brae,
the value of which cannot be reckoned
by dollan.
To-night, nt the Colonial Hotel, Mr.
T. 3. Trapp will offer for Bale a largo
number of lots from the cily reser.es
and gardens. Theso lots aro all well
situated nnd nre rapidly increasing iu
value. There is no investment in the
country that promises to bo moro safo
and profitable than real estate within
t he limit* of Wostminster.
The rifle association meeting last
night was a very successful affair and
muoh business was transacted. A number of new members were admitted
and with the addition of a few moro
the association will soon be in a flourishing condition. Ereryono who lias
> fancy for target shooting should become members, and thus be able to
compete at the prize meetings.
Mrs, Celeste Coon, Syracuse, N. Y.,
writes: "For yeara I could not cat many
kinds of food without producing a burning, excruciating pain in my atomtich. I
took Parmelee's Pills according to directions under the head of 'Dyspepsia or
Indigestion,' One box entirely cured
me. I can now eat anything! choose,
without distressing me in the least."
These Pills do not cause pain or griping,
and should be used when a cathartic is
required.
The Chester Comedy Company and
Earle family appeared in Herring's
open house last night to a rather
small audience. The Earlo children
are certainly wonderfully brilliant on
tho trapeze and in their tumbling team.
Thoy performed somo very difficult
feats in a manner that aslonislrerl
oveiyone, and were greeted with much
uppUiue. The farces wore vory laugh-
able affairs and caused much liiinri-
raent Tho combination appear again
to-night at the opera house,
Itock Creek Miiics.        ,       *
Mr. T. McKay Lambly, of Rock
Orceb, who lias been paying a visit to
tlio coast) returned homo yoBterduy.
Hu speaks in tlm highest ievn.e of tlio
quartz un Jtock Creek and says the
Indications nro vory bright for profitable and Successful milling, Several
rich .'luiiiu have lately beon discovered,
and prospectors aro scouring the district in lai-ge numbers. -An Amorionn
firm is about to erect a stump mill of
largo capacity, and will work it to its
fullest oxtont. Mr. Lambly in opfill-
dent that-Rock Creek will provo ono
of tho richest mining districts iu the
province.
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1 Served lltui RlglU.
A abort timo ago ono of tho inon
employed on (he am at rue lion of tho
Capilano dam determined to yut ti<J uf
his dog, for which lio hud no use, by
blowing it up with dyimmito. In order to accomplish this inhuman act
without danger to his shanty and its
contents, ho took the dog a short distance away, and, after tying a stick of
dynamite round its neck, set firo to it.
Tho crackling of tho burning explosive
startled the poor animal, and in terror
it made directly for the shanty and
crawled underneath. A moment later
there was an explosion,and dog,shanty
and all its.contents were blown into
shrods. It seems rather a pity that
tho owner of tho dog was not iu the
shanty at tho timo.
fllrnl-j-Itt-i-n'!!-**; Hie Mt-oiiH-kl.
T. F. Sinclair, who has the contract
for the it n pro vein cuts to the Nicomekl
and Serpontino river in Westminster
district, has forty men at work at the
present time. There is one canal being
made, 700 foet in length, which will
save the navigation of fully threo miles
in tho tortuous course of tho Nicuinckl.
The excavation is 11 feet in depth and
25 feet in width, sufficient for the passage of stcrn-whccl steamers, which
can asqpnd the stream sixteen miles.
The work on tlio Serpentine river ia of
small importance as yot, but this
stream will also becomo considerably
improved. The improvements in theso
rivers will result in considerable bone-
tit tu navigation and te the drainage of
land along their cruraos.—Colonist,
The Secret Out.
Some time since it was stated that
Sir William Wiseman would leave
Honolulu in a few days under scaled
orders with H. M. S. Caroline.   His
foitit of destination was then unknown.
b is now reported that it was for P'alinings Island he was bound, whero ho
landed on the 14th of March and
took possession of the island in Hor
Majesty's name. Tho British flag was
hoisted and a salute tired. On the
15th tho Carolino left for Christian
Island, which was takon poscssion of
in the same manner and a similar form
gone through. Then on the 17th sail
wos made for Penrhyn islnnd, which
was reached on tho 22. That island
waa also taken possession of, the British flag hoisted and a a:\luto of 21 guns
fired from tho Caroline. This island is
the largest uf the three taken possession of. Sir William and the Caroline,
it is understood, will reach Esquimalt
somo time iu the summer.
•Wizen h'   Meeting.
A meeting of citizens, called by invitation of the mayor und tho board of
trade, was held ut Hyack Hall thia afternoon. The mooting was largely attended by representative citizens. His
worship Mayor Dickinson occupied tho
chair aud explained that the chief object of the meeting was to take such
steps us might be considered noccssaiy
to push forward the improvements at
the mouth of tho river. Speeches
wero made by Mr. W. Norman Bole,
M. P. P„ Jno. Lord, Jas. Wise, J. 0.
Armstrong, D. S. Curtis, S. H. Webb,
Sheriff Armstrong, J. C. Brown, W.H.
Hancock, D. Robson, T. 3. Trapp,
Jno. Hendry, Turnbull, and others. It
was unanimously resolved that steps be
taken to carry on the river improvements vigorously this year, and the
following committee was appointed to
tako tho matter iu hand: Messrs.
Robt. Dickinson (mayor; Jno. Hendry
(member of uie board of trade), C. 6.
Major (member of the pilot board), W.
Norman Bute (member of tho legislature), und E, S. Scoullar, The committee subsequently met and sent a
telegram to our representative at Ottawa on tho subject of rivor improvements.
New Went minuter ltltlc Association.
The annual meeting of the above association was held in Mr. J. S. Chita's
oflice Inst night, Capt. E. S. Scoullar,
vico-president, in tlio chair. The roport of tho sec.-trcas. was read and
adopted, after which the election of
the council for tho ensuing year was
proceeded with. The following gentlemen were unanimously elected to the
council: L. F. Bonson, F. R, Glover,
A. F. Cotton, Lieut. Mowat, T. J.
Trapp, W. Wolfenden and H. Wilson.
Tho general meeting then adjourned
nnd the council meeting opened.
Moved by Mr. H. Wilson, and seconded by Mr. Thos. Mowat, that Mr,
L. F. Bonson bo president for tho on-
suing year.   Carried unanimously.
Moved by Mr. Thos, Mowat, and
seconded by Mr. T. J. Trapp, that
Mr. F. R. Glover be sec.-treaB. for
the ensuing year.   Carried unanimous-
It whs resolved that a committee,
consisting of the presiding secretary
and Messrs. Wilson and Mowat, should
solicit subscribers for the association.
The secretary was instructed to apply
to the minister of militia at Ottawa for
Snider and Martini rifles for the uso
of the association. The matter of getting the range in condition was left
with Vice-President Scoullar and the
seoretary.
Moved by Mr. T. J. Trapp, and
seconded by Mr. H. Wilson, that his
honor tho lieutenant-governor bo requested to act as patron nf thn association.   Carried.
Tho secretary was instructed to request Mr. Chisholm, M. P., to u-o his
best endeavors to socuro an appropriation of $300 for the riflo rango. Practices will be held overy second Saturday commencing on the 28th inst.
Vuntomer vs, Westminster.
The roturu football match between
tho above clubs came off this afternoon
ou tho cricket grounds, l'urt uf the
Vancouvor contingent arrived on thu J
o'clock local, but the majority reached
here on the 2;30 o'clock train. As
usual, the fair sex of Vancouver were
aoiiBpicuous ou the field, forgo where
tlioy will, the clubs of Mm tormina!
city have always a large following of
thu Iridiosi The Wostminsler hoys did
not lack Support of the same description, in fact it scorned as if our ladies
turned out even in stronger numbers
than at thu last match. Among the
Vancoitveritos many of the old players
wero conspicuous by their absence,
among whom was Mr. C. G. Johnson,
who is u host in himself. The home
team showed fow new faces from Ihe
last match, but in every easo Westminster waa strengthened liy thu change.
The teams were composed of the following players: Vancouver, Holt,
Clinton, Johnson, Sinclair, Stewart,
Brown, Boultbee, Graves, Edwards,
Millington, Hutchins, Rogers, Thomas
and Watson (captain). Westminster: Back, Dockrill; three-quarter backs, Lewis, Wilson and Hamber;
half-backs, Parkes and Turner; forwards, Lister (Capt.), Corbett, MeMartin, Mowat, Clapcott, Hall, Port, Pittendrigh and Clute. Messrs, Ham-
mersly and Walker umpires. Tho
gamocommenced shortly after? o'clock,
and from the first was hotly contested.
Both Rides played a splendid game,
though Westminster played a much
bettor team game than their opponents.
Tho individual play was at times very
brilliant, yet both Bides wero so evenly
matched that there wero vory fow opportunities givon for such cxhibions.
At tho end of tiio first half no advantage had been gained by either
Bide, and tho honors stood
easy. Both had fought hard
and woro glad of the 10 minutes
breathing spell. When tho ball was
kicked iuto play for the last half,
Westminstor went at it with a rush,
seemingly determined to carry the
leather into touch notwithstanding all
the strength pitted against them. After a few minutes of very hot and not
particularly gentle play, Lewis got tho
ball, and, by a beautiful run got a
touchdown for Westminster. Cheers
went up on all sides which were prolonged for sevoral minutes. Tho "try"
failed to score a goal, but still the odds
were in favor of tho homo team, nnd
that was great satisfaction. From this
point to the close of the match the
play was feirco and hot, tumbles were
taken and given, and some
of them rough ones, with tho greatest
of good feeling, iu fact a man scarcely
got hold of the ball bofore he
was on Ins back with possibly a
couple' of cllaps on top of him.
Whon timo w.ib called no further advantage had been gained by either
side, aud Westminster stood winner
by a "try" to nothing. The Vancou-
vorites left about 0 o'clock for   homo.
Geo. Bodge, sr., a well-known citizen
of Emporium, writes that ono of his mon
(Sain Lewis) whilst working in the woods
so severely sprained his ankle that he
could scarcely get home, but after ouo or
two applications of Dr. Thomas' Eclec-,
trie Oil, he was able to go to work next
day.   .      ,^^m.msmkmm——mmmmm—m
Personal.
J. Leamy came over from Vancouver lost night.
R. S. Yeomans, of Mud Bay, is in
the city to-day.
W. Norman Bole, M. P. P., returned from Victoria to-day.
Ex-Sonator Citifiold, of Seattle, arrived in the city last night.
John Kirkland eamo up from tho
Dolta yestofday'afternoon.
B. Gordon, of Angus -ft Gordon,
Victoria, returned to Victoria thia
morning,
H. McCutcheon, proprietor of the
Inland Sentinel, Kamloops, was in the
city to-day.
F. A. Brown, of St. Alice Hotol,
Harrison Hot Springs, was iu the city
this morning.
A. J. McPherson and wifo and Mies
McDougall, of Vancouver, wero in tho
city this afternoon.
J. R. Southerby, of Lidners, came
up on the Rainbow last night aud returned this morning.
C. G. Major returned yestorday
from Vancouver where ho has beon
spending some days.
H. V. Edmonds, accompanied by
Mrs. and Miss Edmunds, went over to
Vancouver this morning to spend tho
day.
Archie McCorvie returnod from the
Capilano dam yesterday, where he has
been employed on McG i liv ray's contract.
J. It, Bowell, collector of customs,
Vancouver, accompanied by Miss Bu-
well, were in the city to-dny and witnessed tho football match.
Rev. Mr. Brown, a clergyman lately
arrived from Ireland, is in tho eity.
He says many people v. ill emigrate to
this province from Ireland during tho
coming summer.
Late Despatches.
CHAHHEll  OF COMMERCE.
San Fkancisco, April 17. — Tho
chamber of commerce held its regular
quarterly meeting to-day. A memorial addressed to the seoretary of tho
navy was adopted, which presents the
necessity of the completion of tho monitor Monadnock as a partial defence
fur this harbor. A memorial to congress urging that an appropriation bo
made for a suitable postoflico site iu
this city, and another memorial setting
forth the necessity for prompt and favorable action upon the San Francisco
quarantine bill, were also adupted.
Resolutions were adopted providing
for the appointment of a committeo to
represent the chamber of commerce nt
the approaching Australian exposition.
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A lady from Syracuse writes: "Fur
about seven years beforo taking Northrop k Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and
Dyspeptic Cure, I suffered from a complaint very prevalent with our sex. I
was unable to walk any distance or stand
on my feet for moro than a fow minutes
at a timo without feeling exhausted, but
now I am thankful to Bay I can walk
two miles without feeling the least inconvenience." For Female Complaints
it has no equal.
Children Cry forJWer'*Castoria
Supreme Court.
[Before Mr. Justico U-gOrolffhtl
In tho caso of Elliott vs. Jenkins ou
application was mftde lust night and
another uno this morning, for the release of Wm. Jenkins, now in the gaol
undor a writ; of en. ro, Wm. Jenkins
in bin alliikvit; rflltd ilpnh these itppli-
Cations, licenses the telegraph operator
at Chilliwhack of having, without authority, sent th" telegram hi farm ing
Mr. Bolo that he, Jenkins, hud aold
Elliott's property and was leaving with
the proceeds for Loudon, Ont. Uu
Monday tho application for release
will bo renewed and fresh afllduvits
road. Mr. Eckstein appeared for tho
plaintiffs.
SILK RIBBONS I
* Those of our readers who would like to
"have an elegant, large package of extra
fine, Assorted Ribbons (by mail), in different widths and all tlie latest fashion*
able shaiksj adapted tor Bonnet Strings,
Neckwear, Scarfs, 'Trimming for Hats
and Dresses, Bows, Fancy Work, kc,
can got an astonishing big bargain, owing
to the recent failure of a large wholesale
Ribbon Manufacturing Co., by sending
only £5 cents (stamps), to the address
wc give below.
As a special offer, this houso will give
double tbo amount of any other firm in
America if yon will semi tho names and
P. O. address of ten newly married ladies
when ordering dud mention the name of
this paper. No pieces less than one yard
in length. Satisfaction is guaranteed, or
money cheerfully refunded. Three packages for 00 cents,   Address,
LoNHON RlltliON AfiKNUY,
dwaplOy] Jersey City, N. J.
M AKK 11.11.
HAnDl80N-WirJ.IAMS.-At the. residence of Mrs. Plumb, ■Westminster, on
April inth, liy tlio Itev. j, ir. White, Isabella Himllson, uf OhUllwliaok, to Stephen Williams, of Vancouvor.
Mothers!
Castoria is recommended by physicians
for children teething. It is a purely vegetable preparation, its ingredients are
published around each bottle. It is
pleasant to the taste and absolutely harmless. It relieves constipation, regulates
tho bowels, quiets pain, cures diarrhtoa
and wind colic, allays feverishness, destroys worms, and prevents convulsions,
soothes the child and gives it refreshing
and natural sleep. Castoria is tho child-
reus' panacea—tbo mothers' friend, 35
doses, 35 cents. dwmh20ml
Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator
has no equal for destroying worms in
children and adults. Seo that you get
the genuine when purchasing.
Wben B»by tu sick, ws give her Cutoria,
When she wu a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When she bocsmo Miss, sho clung to Castoria,
Wbtn sht bid Children, she gave them Castoria
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at tho COLtiMltlAN office, Prices will ho
fouud as low us at any other office iu
tho province — Atlv
BAPTIST CHURCH, Agnes Htreet,
.East of Mnry Street. Lord's Day
Services at 11 n. m. and 7 p.m. Sabbath
Hehool imdElblu Class ul !2:!10 p. in. All
seats tree; strangerscordl'illy welcomed,
METHODIST CHURCH, Mary St.
Itev. J. H.White, Pastor; Services at
H n, in. nml 7 p. m. Hominy Hehool and
Bible Class 2(30 p. m. Prayer Meeting on
Thursdays at ".HOp.m. Seats free; strangers
cordially Invited.
QT. PAUL'S CHURCH. John Streel,
p Opposite Orange Hall. Hev. Thomas
Haddon, Pastor, Services every Hundny
at 11 n. in. and 7 n. m. Thursday evenings
at 7:30 o'clock. Hunts free; all nre cordially Invited. Sunday Hehool at2:30-p. m.
A UNION I-r-O-nuiS No, 0, A. F.
& A. Bl.—The regular Communications of this Lodge are
hold ou the ilrsi Monday In eaoh
month. Sojourning brethren are conlla--
ly Invited (-outturn!
PETER tWANT,
tel'Mo Hoerolary,
TO DRESSMAKERS, &C.
THE AUVEUTIHKU HKEKS DAILY
employment. Has a knowledge of
all kinds of Needlework. Address "R»
Columbian Olllce. dapSlUI
Gentlemen's Clothes
CLEANED & REPAIRED.
All ordors left at tho Farmers' Homo or
Mr. Dash wood-Junes' will be promptly
attended to.
-Hatlsnirilon (iunrnntiTil.      dap21ml
l-TOTTCE.
PRIVATE TKNDKIW Wlhh BE RE-
celved by tiio uiidcndgucd. for tho
pitrcliHso at steamers Emma and Hpnitt's
Ark, as they aro, for cash, until the 1st
May, 1886, Sopttratu tenders for each vessel.
Lowest or nny tender not necessarily
accepted,
GEO. W. HAYNES,
dup21ld For J. Spratt Esiate.
Tenders for a Mcciikg to Out Timber on Dominion Lnnds ln tlio
Province  of   British   Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS ADDRESSED TO
tho Deputy of the Minister of the Interior, nnd marked "Tender for a Ttmbor
Ilorth," will he received nt this office until noon on Monday, the 7th day of May
next, for timber berth No. i)2, containing
anaroaof ono square mile, more or less,
Hltuntod on tbo Illoclllewnet River, ln the
Province of Itrlilsh Columbia. Hketclict-
Bhowlng the position, approximately, of
this berth, together with the regulations
on which It will bo licensed, may bo obtained at this Department or at tbe soveral oillcoH of tho Crown Timber Agents at
Winnipeg, at Calgary, In the Nortn-Wcst
Territories, and at New Westminster, In
Britisli Columbia. A marKod cheque for
tho amount of the bonus oficrcd must
accompany the tendor.
A. M. BURGESS,
Deputy of the Minister of tho Interior.
Department of tho Intorlor,
Ottawa, Ilth April, 1888. dnp21tl
RIFIBIARTILLERY
ATTENTION.
ALLMEMIIERSOFTHENEWWEST-
mlnster miles amLQarrlNnn Artillery
nre particularly reiiueRed to meet In the
DRILL HUE!) ut S o'olock Oil TUESDAY
NIQIIT, for tho purpose of taking Into
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Administrator's Notice.
/ii the Estate of ALEXANDER Mc-
I.EUD, Deceased.
NOTIOE IS HBREI1Y OIVEN THAT
nil monies tllltr tin' Intir Alexiunlirr
McLrriul rnrrst bo pair! 10 me forthwith
anil nil cliilmn nunlrrat liim must ha pre-
rrrrnteil to mo not Intor than noon on tho
lllh dny n( Mny, 1888.
W. II. FAMi-INa,
ilii|il'ltil AtlmlnlNlrntiir.
Notice ofRemoval
milE HANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
JL have vacated their old olllce luJas.
Cunul 11 gham'H bull-lliiK on Columbia Ht.,
and are now occupying their new build-
I ng, cornor of Mary nnd Columbia fits.
Several Offices (single or en suite, heated with hot water) above the BanK, also
the Store In the Basement, aro still to let
nt very reasonable rents,
Applyto I. B. FISHER,
Manager Bank of ft. U.
New West., March 27, ISSS.       dmhffiml
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Now Milliner}!
-JUST OPENED AT-
JAS. ELLARD & CO.'S
•TIN-H   I.OT   ox*  a— — ——
Spring Hats & Bonnets!
(TKIMHKK AND IINTBIHMED)
FEATHERS,    FLOWERS,   &C,
Direct from London and Paris,
c^ll .a.:et:d e:
dwapl2fcc
:^i-cxi<TJSi
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE DANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, &C.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN l'MCES.
A full lino ol Spectacles & l'} o-('lass<*s iu atcol, rubbor, silver ami goM
framou.   The finest Pebbles made, $4 per pair; all sights suited.
Special attention givon to FINE WATOH REPAIliS. Having loarnoil tliu
business thoroughly from some of the finest Horologora in England, and since then
managed tho watch-repairing departments of a fow of tho best firms on tho continent of America, is a sulliclcnt guarantee ot gooil workmanship. Formerly manager for nearly 8 years of tlio well-known firm of Savage b Lyman, Montreal.
CUargcs Moderate.
MonniKAL, Deo., 1887.—Mr. F. Crake.—Andw. Kobertaon, Esq., Chairman of
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: '*I nover found a Watchmaker who did so
well for uie as you did when in Montreal, and I am sorry you nre not horo to-day."
dwap!2to
A. M. HERRING,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
3DRTJC3-C3-IST
SEEDS.     SEEDS.
Just Received, a large stock of Fresh Garden, Field and Flower
Seeds.   Will be sold at Eastern Prices; 5c. Package.
HERRING'S   DRUG   STORE,
Oi»i». Telegraph Office,
Columbln St., New Westminster.
ilwodltc
I   D. S. CURTIS &CO., «
«!• Wholesale and Retail S.
gS ■*"■
-i
'DRUGGISTS,!
Next (uluiilnl Hotel,
xrarw -wTasTMiisrsTiaR.
W. & G. WOLFENDEN, |
(Successor** to C. fl. Mi\|or.)
Dry Goods A Groceries!
tEFJust Received—Large Consignment of EXTRA CHOICE
MILD CURED HAMS & BACON—the very finest quality.
'   ilwmli21tiT
EMPLOYMENT WANTED.
A PRACTICAL ENGMftU UAIWRNEK
ik-HlroH toobtnin employment In ar-
rmiKliiK gnnleiiH, hothetlK, llnwor IkhIh,
Inwim nnil other work nf that nature, Huh
u thorough knowledge of IiIh huslneiK
and guni'uiilveH tmtlsfuclluii. Excellent
references if required. .   ,  .
AfldroMH " W. F.," this office.   diiiliSlta
JUST ARRIVED
Per C. P. R.i
THE LAEOISST AND BEST ASSORT-
KD STOCROP
English, Frenoh, Sootoh
and Irish
SUITINGS
Ever Shown In Nev We.tmln.ter.
West of England liroiulclottiM
and WocNkhiH and fancy
Trongcrliig.
J. S. MANSON,
Columbia Bt., Opp. MeKenile 81.,
NBW WKSTMINHTRIt, II. C.
ilaplrlle
BRITISH COLUMBIA
DIRECTORY
SOME COPIES OF THE
British Columbia Directory (latest edition) still remain
on hand, and will be disposed of
at a discount for cash,
This Directory is published
by Messrs. Williams and Mai-
landaine; it contains a large
amount of valuable information'
respecting the different cities, \-
settlemcnts, and districts in the
province, besides a list of the
names and addresses of business
men, farmers, etc. It is a well-
bound book of 308 pages, and is
pronounced by the provincial
press to be the most complete
and accurate Directory ever published in this province.
Copies sent to any post-office
in Canada or the United States,
post-paid, on receipt of $1,50,   '
The price of the book is $2,
Address:
B,ai*«ntingOo,,Ld.
ilwJlMto        WKSTMINHTEIl.aO.

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