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Array PrOTlnci»l Secretary
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THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
—IS PUBLISHM—
Kverj Wednesday & Saturday,
— BT —
D. ROBSON & CO.
OFFICE COLUMBIA STREET. EUTUMOE TO EDI-
lom-L'KD Business Depmthehi throw t. R.
PMMtitOra. looiftSntioHEiir 8to*e.
TBHM8..B- Mull, ISajoari $1 OO fur fj iriotr.,
$ 1 roi' a moa. s payable in Arl»ftri.-e. D.livured
lij Cirri Inr or Agont, 11 per quarter, payable
quarterly to Carrier or Agent.
AOIHTS
T, N. KlBIEH A 00. VlDTORIA.
T. R, Pearsoh * Oo Tail
TUIC DADED inay be found on HlO at
I Ilia rArCH a,.,. P. Bewail 101.'I
NeiTHjiaper Arlvertlelng nrrr.'Mi (10 Bpruco St.).
wlrore ad.ei tl.ing contract, may be made Tor it in
SEW VORK.
1 lw -frittsh dolumbiiitt.
Wednesday Morning, Jane Ifl, 1886.
Current Events and Opinions.
The government of the United
States has ut once seen nnd acknowledged that there was no resemblance whatever between the cases
of the American ships seized for
purchasing bait in violation of the
express terms of the treaty between
the two countries and of the Canadian ship detained beoause of nonpayment of a penalty for not exhibiting a manifest us required by
the laws of this country. The mistake was at once acknowledged by
tlie master of the Canadian vessel,
bub he pointed out that there could
not possibly be any intention to defraud the government, and that it
could not suffer in any way whether
he hnd a manifest or not. As we
pointed out, it was a mere catch
laid hold of simply because of the
existing noise over the seizure of the
American vessels. On the treasury
department learning the particulars,
orders were at once issued to set
the Canadian vessel free on paying
the expenses incurred. It would
have been beneath the dignity of
this country had advantage been
taken of such a quibbling catch.
But it is an altogether different
question which is at issue regarding
the Canadian fisheries. That, most
important industry of Canada is
presently at stake, for if the contentions or demands of tho fishermen of the United States are conceded then they will swarm in
Canadian waters and quite outnumber Canadian fishermen. Evidently
the Dominion waters are considered
more prolific nnd profitable tlinu
those of this country, and hence
the eager desire to have equal rights
and privileges of fishing there. If
the fishermen of this country were
allowed to obtain bait and supplies
on the Dominion coast, how could
the Canadian fishermen compete
with them in the American markka
while so very heavily handicapped as one penny per pound on
their fish? The Canadian fishermen might as well give up the industry altogether as concede such
demands, for they hnve almost no
other markets to go to except tliose
of this country. We are glad,
therefore, to observe signs that tho
Dominion government is determined
to protect the rights of Canadian
fishermen, at least so far as to prevent the fishermen of the United
States obtaining bait or supplies
within the three-mile limit. Some
think that under the treaty American fishing vessols might be kept
out of tho Bay of Fundy altogether;
but the Dominion government does
not appear anxious to insist on carrying its undoubted right to that
extent. It has, however, sent out
cruisers to the coasts of Nova Scotia
and New Brunswick to keep a sharp
look-out for and to seize the vessels
of all American fishermen who venture within the three-mile limit and
purchase bait or supplies. Three
American schooners—tlie James A,
Garfield, Frederick Herring and
Greenleaf—and other vessels whose
names havo not been learned, are
officially reported to have purchased
bait within the limit, and of course
are being anxiously looked for. The
Gloucester schooner Lucy Ann also
tried to purchase bait at Yarmouth,
N, S., but tho people on shore declined to sell in caso of getting into
trouble. So it is evident that the
Dominion government will have to
keep a sharp lookout to prevent tliis
illegal and unwarrantable practice,
Perhaps tho best thing that tho
Dominion government could do
would be to press tho cases of the
two vessels already seized to a
speedy trial, and if the court condemned them the American fishermen would thereafter bo more chary
of risking their crafts into the
Dominion harbors for unlawful pur
pows.—Scottieh-A merican.
The British Columbian.
VOLUME 29
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1886.
NUMBER 48
Some very intelligent Englishmen,
who are familiar with this country
and with our war for the Union.
express amazement that Americans
who opposed the secession of the
Southern States should think an
Irish parliament desirable for England. But the oases nre so wholly
and essentially different that it is
difficult to understand how sensible
men should find any kind of resemblance between thein. Tho Southern States of the Union propound
to withdraw entirely from the
Union, and establish a wholly separate and foreign government, and
to do this in defiance of the authority of tho government of the United
States. It was as if Cumberland
aud Northumberland and Durham
and Lancaster and Yorkshire wore
to insist upon establishing a foreign
government in England despite parliament and tho crown. Is there
any resemblance in these situations?
Oan the utmost ingenuity torture
thein into any likeness? The government of Great Britain, by its
constitutional agents, tho ministry,
and by tho will of parliament, pro
poses to give a separate legislature
to Ireland, with no sovereign-powers of government whatever-5 and
for the purposes of strengthening
the Union and the existing Imperial supremacy.   The man who says
that this is a proposition like that
of secession in'the United States
plays with words.     The reply of
such a man is that an Irish legisla
ture is substantial separation, and
that the most earnest advocates of
it, from Mr,  Parnell to the worst
dynamiter, openly profess and desire
independence.   They add that tbe
legislature iB but the first step, and
that when that is once organized it
will proceed. to assert a practical
independence  of  the  empire and
complete   the imperial disruption.
But this is a charge of entire want
of honesty and good faith against
the chief Irish leaders,'and either
of total want of sagacity or of honor
and   loyalty  against   the English
statesmen who support the measure.
Is John Morley less acquainted with
the situation or less likely to measure the possible consequences of the
movement, than    Lord   Randolph
Churchill 1   Is Mr. Gladstone less
sincere and devoted an Englishman
or a less sagacious statesman than
Lord Salisbury 1   Is Lord Spencer
a loss trusty counsellor for England
thau Lord Hartington?   And was
there ever a great and radical measure like the Insh bill proposed that
there was not the same outcry of
betrayal and disaster 1   Lord Shel-
burne.said: that the acknowledgment of American independence was
the setting of the sun of Britain.
Lord St. Vincent snid that West
Indian emancipation was the fall of
the British constitution,   and the
reformation of tlie' penal laws was
decried as a blow at British glory,
If famell aiid;Davitt and Justin
McCarthy do not speak for Ireland,
who does ? | AimJ if the word of such
representatives is not to be taken,
and the English ministry arid the
liberal party are to be regarded as
mere dupes of clever knaves, then
the only sensiblo policy for England
is that which is hinted by Lord
Salisbury, a government of repression in Ireland.   To assume that
the proposition to establish a local
legislature of limited powers in Ireland is like the plan of the confederate states to dissolve the union and
establish a new and   independent
government is to show how bewildered and frenzied the discussion
has become.   It is true that'u colonial or provincial legislature, such
as the bill proposes, if its' constituents were not represented in the
Imperial parliament, might declare
its independence and resist the Imperial authority.    Then, indeed, tho
situation woultl begin to resemble
that of 1801 in tho United States.
But there is no valid reason to anticipate such action, for the result
of it would be a foregone conclusion.
It w.ould be the total subjugation
und practical absorption of the island.   The possibility of  such an
attempt, under all the circumstances, cannot be urged as an argument
against a policy of conciliation aud
concession, which, as history shows,
is in the actual situation of Ireland
the wisest and most truly conservative policy.   No great measure of
state policy can be adopted without
risk.   The extension ofthe suffrage
under the reform bill and the repeal
of the corn laws were viewed with
the sincerest alarm.    The precise
consequences were of course incalculable,   But   they   woro   measures
based upon great principles of pub
lie action, approved by reason and
experience, and no sensible Englishman now regrets them.   It is upon
such principles that the Irish policy
of Mr.  Gladstone seems to most
Americans to rest.   The details of
method   may bo wisely amended,
But the essential substance of the
proposition    certainly   appears   to
American observers to bo sound and
wise, and when it is alleged to be
identical with   the proposition of
Jefferson Davis in this country, it is
time that the absolute differenco between them shotlld be pointed out.
—Harper's Weekly.   ...
What a True Wife Will Do.
As far as money mattera aro con
corned thb wife, if taken into tho husband's confidence and made tu feel
that the money that comes into the
family be equally shared, will, if she,
be a truo wife, by her womanly tact
aud the' interest she feels In her household, oxhibtt 'economy nnd judicious
management. Women do not like the
idea of being considered subordinates.
Talk witli them of your .plans, show
them that you mean to have them cooperate with y-ou in your aspirations,
and the idea ul striking will not enter
their hoads. If the person, who thinks
"woman ought to have seme enough
to discern a brute from a mail before
marriage," would stop and think, for a
moment he would realize tlint there
are other things besides brutiRhuess
which disturb domestic felicity. Mon
iu general aHe hot like;,clay, to bo
moulded at will, oven by woman, with
her "God-Riven gift tu turn sour to
sweet" Life cannot be lived happily
in a one-sided manner, and it is for the
husband as much as the wifo to seek
to make the other happy, to "honor
mid cherish," and without being "lovesick," or stooping beneath his dignity,
lo'tell her occasionally of his love.—
Boston Globe,
J-\   Mel, KAN, H. D.
Ofllce and Res Id once:-•Occident Hotel,
New Westminster, B, 0.
JOHN GARROW, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON.
OmcR-Next Bison's Tailor Shop, Cor.
Church and Colnmbia Sts. no22tc
IT   M.COOPER, 11. A,M.D,,
*    PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
OFFIOE and RKRIDENCB-Cbureh St.
(next door to Farmers' Home), near
Columhla SU, N ew Westminster, B.C.
OFFIOE HOUHA-8to 10a. in.; ltoUand
0,80 to 8 p. m. Calls In town and country promptly attended to. fe2tfl
DR, R. B. CLARK,
(Lato of Hao Francisco)
SPECIALIST, for the cure of Nervous
and Chronic Diseases, Is now permanently
located lu VICTORIA - Offloe, Govern-
T\R, P. WELSH,
DENTIST,
Colonial Hotel,
New Westminster, B. C. apfflle
MISSES. MCELROY A VITA  HENRY
wish to Inform thn Ladles of Xew
Westminster thnt thoy hnve opened n
Dress-Making Establishment
-AT-
TBAPF 1IHOH STOKE, roil Ml: IA ST.
Where they will ho prepared i<> oxeiut-a
nny ordors entrusted to thom in Iho Intest
styles and with nil possible despatch,
New WoHtmlnster, Ocl. Olh, 1W>">.   oe7tc
DRESS-MAKING.
m v. -nviKir,
' DENTAL SURGEON,
All dental operations  skilfully performed. AU work guaranteed.
Office at the Colonial Hotel.       deltaic
a
, C. BROWN,
DENTIST.
OppicE-Over D. S. Curtis -fc,Co.'s Drug
Store, Coiumbin St., New Westminster.
Hours-9 to 12; 1:30 to 7.      -j
Will visit Chilliwhack the first Monday
and two following days In eaoh month,
Teeth painlessly extracted,   nul2
riORBOILD, Mr*Oil A ATKINSON,
BARRISTERS,
SOLICITORS, ETC.
Offlce, Mokenslc Street, New Westminster,
and Granville, R C. delMo
TU   NORM AM BOLB,
'       BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
Land Agent Honey to Loan.
m   ... Columbia Street,
aette New Westminster, EC.
A    R, HOWSE,
J\,    Formerly Howse, Hill A Rlckman,
begs to announce that he will resume business as
,    Sam-far, Real Rotate Broker aid
Ceaveyanecr
On and after tbe 21st Instant. Offlee, New
Caledonia Hotel, Murray St., Port Moody,
(MlOtO
JOHN PKNBERTHY,
MINING AND LAND SURVEYOR,
ACCOUNTANT and
GENERAL AGENCY OFFICE,
Maps and Drawings nealy executed, j
Hasting* Blreet, Yaaeoaver, B.C.
m  J. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columbia Street, ...New Westminster
A Minnesota boy who was sent away
to sohool wrolo u follows under his
first attack of home-sick ness: "Dear
Father—Life is very short; lot us
spend it togothor. . your affectionate
smi."
For Sale lOOOJ-barrols and kits cheap.
Apply at this offloe. apl Oto
All commissions will receive prompt
and careful attention. Best references
given when required. mhU-to
J.C. HUGHES,
Real  Estate  Broker, Auctioneer,
Comejanclng, etc.
Opposite Post Office,    New Westminster.
Will shortly open an office at Vancouver, Coal Harbor.
Correspondence solicited. oo28te
VV. D. FERRIS,
IU8E and OEHSEA
Bent and Debt Collector.
SlTIKAl GOOD IABH8 FOB SilK.
Anmi to ik. TEAVBLH'a un: »«
ACtJIBENT ntllilin COHP.St,
Hartferd. team.
OFCIOEi-Ferrli Street, New Westihin-
ater. felto
Misses McDOUGALL
Will open n Fashionable DreSK-iiinkliig
Establishment on
MONDAY, the UTH INSTANT,
One Door below A. M. Herring's
Drag Store.
Ashore ot public pntronngo ia respectfully •ollclted.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED,
 JriOtir
HACK FOR HIRE.
THE UNDERSrONEl) linu established
liimsel' In tlio City of Now Weatmlnater with ft FIRST-GLASS
00VEEED CARRIAGE,
Which Is open for Euinici-meuts nt
very modern te, Uuit-gcn,
Orders loft at Mr. Joseph Vf tee's Ntnl-le,
or sent by tolephone, will be promptly
Attended to day or night,
JOS. GATES.
Tolephono No. -15. mylte.
WEST END
MERCHANTS,
WlIAKi- STREET ■ VIOTORIA.
-A.GJHJN-TS   FOB
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Vo. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON aVOO.,
30 FUuibury Cfrous,
London, K. C,
GEO. A. NEWMAN,
ARTIST TAILOR
ft
Formerly employed hy A. Great
* Son, Victoria.)
AS OPENED AN ESTABLISHMENT
on his own account, in the city of
Westminster, and hus no connection
whatever with lii« former employers, A,
Gregg A.Son. rersous wishinj
GARMENTS OF ANY KIND
Hade np In the Latent titylnt and Im a
Flnt-riiiHH manaer
Should call on QEO. A, NEWMAN,
Ini.v.'lm       At (.io I list (.no's, Frontstreet.
J.A.CAWLEY&C0.
HAVING PURCHASED THE
Shingle llllll „„„
Pump Factory
At POPCUM, are prepared to oxecuto atl
Orders promptly and lo Mie satisfaction
of their customers.
Ail Und. .rTIUMMJ ilimr I. order.
J. A. CAWLEY A CO.
JaMc POPCUM, B.C.
No Moderation!
No Botheration!
Plain nnd Fnncy
I    *"-*U»>l    A-"jO|
And Confectionery always on hand.
Delivered o any part of lhe City.
Columbia Slreet.
Je2Mc
H.  KRLLS,
Manufacturer A Importer of
"BOOTS   AND
SHOES
ladle**, Cents', Misses* nnd t Ulldren'l
Boots, Shoes anil tinltcr*
Mado to Order and Kept ou Baud.
COLUMUA STREET, ~ OPP. HYACK HAIL
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
mh-llc
STEAMER
"GLADYS"
CHANGE OF TIME,
y1*
WON
NTIL    PURTHEB   NOTICE   WILL
„ lenvo Ewen A Co.'s wharf at 7 n.m.
J&NDAJtKt.CHILLIWHACK nod Wny
Places, returning on Tuesday, Will ko to
GRANVILLE and return on WEDNESDAY. Leave at 7 n. in. THURSDAY for
HOPE und Way Places, returning on Saturday,
Through connection with the 'TEASER'
to and from Victoria.
For Freight or Passage, apply on bourd
orto
MR. DRAPER,
apStc On the Wharf.
WALSH
The Model Tailor
Columbia St., New Westminster.
HAVING JUSTRpCEIVED OUR NEW
Spring Slunk, we Invite Inspeotlouof
the finest -selection of   '
English. Scotch, (lenuan* French,
and Amerlrnn
BB^SUITINGSI
Ever shown in New Westminster. We
haves-loured thc services qf, MR. HUGH
0'HAGANt a practical ('tit ter who has had
long experience In London, Parls.and the
leading custom cities, and for a GOOD FIT
and artistic style wo doty competition,
mhSOte THOS. WALSH.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
I Old Broad St. and 16 Pall Mall.
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES ft OTHER
Buildings, Goods. Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Fanning Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or .Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, tad
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OR DAMASK BT FIfiK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every information con be obtained on .application to
W. J. ABMSTK0M1,
Agont for New Waittninster.
WflflisJinwHaiiUe
UND SURVEYORS,
Keal Estate. Insurance and
Commission Agents.
FIRE, Utl, ACCIDENT ft MARINE INSURANCE
COLUMBIA STRKET,
Telephone JU. XEW WK-nnl-MTK*.
RAND BROS.
LJKAI, ESTATE BROKERS,
Conveyancers, Collector*,
And Insurance Agents,
Offices al -VICTORIA! Fort Street,
NEW WESTMINSTER: Columbia fit,, opposite Post Office.
VANCOtJVEll.nextdoortoRnn-
nyslde Kntel.
HUIUH NU I,OTH for sale In nll sections
or Vancouver and New Westminster City.
FARM LANDS of mtperlor quality nt
Chilllwhiirlt, I'ort Hammond, Lnngley,
Mutsmil.HnmiiH, Mini Mav, Ludiier'* Landing, Lulu Mam). Nort.li Arm * Plti River.
Maps and Plans exhibited and tlir fullest Informntion furnHliedatnlloiiromcesi
feaolo
PITT & CO.,
Real Estate, Mining
AND MONEY BROKERS,
General Commission Ag'ts
VANCOUVER. B. O.
LOANS NEOOTIATED.
fe'Bfo
N. P. STRAMBERG,
Toner nnd Reiculator of Pianos
and Organs.
-J* Leave order, nl atore of Pnnraon A
Co., New Weatmlnaler.
Mny Ulh, ism, mj-IMe    I
FURNITURE
W. PROTHERO & CO.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
ALL KINDS OP FURNITURE.
REMOVED
i slion lately occupied by Mr. V
Columbia Street.
Call and examine our sluok it ml prlci
WEBB'S
Everybody says they
are poor, but I have
grown rich by keeping the best articles
in my line, ami not
having two prices but
treating all alike.
. " Ver)- Small I'rollls mid Quirk
Return*," la raj motto.
GUNS,
Rtftos,  Revolvers, Ammunition, Fishing
Tackle, and ull other sporting goods.
A full line of
BAR FIXINGS,
Including Tumblers,  Fancy  Decanters,
Cards, Dice, Poker Chips; a large
assortment of
OUTLERY, YANKEE   NOTIONS,
And all otlior Fancy Ooodn,
PIpoS, Tobaccrt ond Cigars, nnd oilier
temperance Ictus (mm a needle to an nn*
elior, too mention  to numerous, nil of
wlilcli can bn Inspected at the
HOLE IN THE WALL,
Columbia Btreet, Mew WcNtminntcr, H. 0.
aplltc
W.E. AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
A lnrge Assortment of
DRY QOODS
-AND-
GROCERIES
ALWAYS ON HAND.
EJay and. Feed
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WOOD AMI COAL DKLIVEKEP f
AMY I'ART OF TBE CITY.
Wo rnn two singes dnllyieiccptflnndays,
to I'ort Moody, carrying H.M.S. malls.
As no lUpioiorlobiiccolsused we can by
torn pern* i* im litis nnd careful economy
servo the pub! lo at especially low rates.
F. KIMBLE,
Baker asd Produce Dealer
J. Q. BUNTE,
Importer and Dealer In
Un in
Spring, Hair, Wool aad Straw
Mattresses to Order.
Blank ets. Chamber Sets, Window Shades,
Oil Cloths, Matting, Wall Paper,
Baskets, "•-■■  	
Ham
j>,   in mi liu k,    it nil   mptJi,
m, Bird Cages, Flower Pots,
liking Baskets, Pictured,
Frames, Brackets,
Baby Carriages, etc.
Pletares framed and lepalrtag dene
ta order. Also,
Undertikino; Embalming a ipeolalty,
Please give us a oall before purchasing
elsewhere. J. G. BUNTE,
Opposite Post Offlce, Columbia Street,
upiTtu New Westminster.
Sunnyside Hotel,
GRANVILLE, B. 0.
got gale or lo Sent.
CEDAR POSTS.
1000
CEDAR POSTS FOR .SALK-f*
Apply at this ofllce.        Jn2tc
COTTAGE TO RENT
TN AMEMANT-fARTOFTHECITr
WOOdSJVuRNEH 4 GAMBLE.
FOR SALE:
iiA   ACRES-IMPROVED  FARM.-
41V     EaayTermB.  Applyto
W.V. MoDOUOAI.1.,
II. HKMIrOW,
PKOPKIKTOR.
MAISON DORE,
WATER ST., VANOOUVER, B. a
THE UNDERSIGNED has just fitted up
this commodious
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT,
Where guests will find first-Hans accommodation. V. CLAIR,
mylte Proprietor
Merchant's Exchange
MERCHANTS SQUARE,
Columbia St.,    New Westminster.
THE RESTAURANT AND SLEEPING
apartments are under the manage*
ment of Hr. und Mrs. J. A. Reid, whose
long experience Ik a sufficient guarantee
to the public.
Board and lodging bythe day, 11.00; by
•eweek.18.  .Single meals, 25 cts.   Mean
at all reasonable hours.
The house is well fltt.-d up and very comfortable.  avKo Chinese employed.
mli20to
-ROYAL CITY-
COMPANY, LIMITED,
Richard  Street,
U
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS
IN ALL KINDS OK
IMPORTANT NOTICE
[ 11 WEJDRT RECEIVED A LARGE
ASSORTMENT OK
Guns and Rifles!
or Krerr Itoarrlpil.a,
Vi'Uero any 0119 can chooafl what lie »
Hiili'M nt PRICES WHICH THEY HAVE
NKViJIt I1HKORE 11EEN OFEERBDAT.
II Mill pay t. look al Ikoa helm kay
Inn rl.rwfcf ro.
A FULL STOOK OF
AMMUNITION
(If tlio boat quality, M low a
poaalbly bo aoltl.
Tobacco,
Cigars, Pipes,
AND
General Merchandise
HlnliratNuh prloe paid for all kind,
ol FDRS.
A. QUTMANN,
otto Oppnt'e C'.l.m.l H.M.
AND DRESSED
LUMBER
Shingles,
Shakes,
Laths,
Pickets,
SALMON  BOXES,
Net Floats, Trays
AND ALL KINDS OF
Wood Furnishing for
Canneries,
Doors.
Windows,
Bllndfel
Frames,
Monldintrs.
Brackets,
Railings.
Balusters,
Newels,
nam i, F«i*jr * ill Kimi of   '
TURNED    WORK.
COME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLDEN,
HAVING TAKEN POSSESSION OF
the "Temperance House,"fronting
on Coiumbin mid Church Streets, oppusita
the RpiRcopal Church, anil now known
18 the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling publio
at the following rates-
Board per day -,.,,.....•1 oo
"      ■■  week  5 00
Single Meals     25
.Good accommodation for adles and
families.
iuy9!c
House to Rent.
COMFORTABLE DWELLING, Queen's
Avenue; contains 7 rooms, with out-
Store to Let.
rpHE STORE NOW OCCUPIED BY G.
X Leiser,opposite the Colonlnl Hotel,
Splendid locniion for adrv goods stort-.
Possession given on or abuut August next.
Enquire al the premises.        lKmyam
FORJ3ALE.
rpHE LANSDOWNE FISH, GAME and
X Fruit Market, Columbia street. Tho
shop fixtures and goodwill of Ihe business
will be sold at a bargain.  One of ibe best
stands In the city.
siylMc W. J. FBENCH.
Oxen for Sale.
A YOKE OF LARGE OXEN, WOULD
make good leaders fora logging team.
Apply to"     ' JAMES BANGS.
New Westminster, Nov. 11 UK.    ■
 ,      noHtc
FORJALE*
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN HieKANQ.
ley Saw and Planing .Mill: mill In
good order. For particulars apply on tba
premises to , H. WEST,
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JAdCSONT
aplStc & HELMCKKN, \ ietoria.
TEMPERANCE
RESTAURANT
Cor. Miry and Columbia Sti.
Ti/riHH BUMERY HAS OPENED A
1VX   first-class Boarding House and Restaurant In the premise's formerly occupied
by Mr. W. H. Keary.
Boarders taken by the day or week, and
fiat runs of the house secure all the com*
arts af a home.
Meals served at all reasonable bonis.
Hot eofflse and light refreshments. Free
reading room attached. Miss Rumery
personally superintends tbe cooking.
TERMS MODERATE.
 mblTtc
THE
HASTINGS, B. I.
THIS FINE AND COMMODIOUS
new Hotel haa been recently completed and is furnished with every convenience for the comfort of guests. Tbe
situation and accommodations an unsurpassed on Burrard Inlet, which bu be-
come the most fashionable
WATERING PLACE
in British Columbia The prospect Is
charming, the sea breezes are invigorating, and the facilities for bathing and
'    " excellent.   Private Sitting
Rooms. Suites of apart-
The Bar
i* main
la   entirely eVtatched   from
building.
First-class stabling and feed for Hon-
i. Busses to and from New Westminster twice a day.
GEO.
jy28to
BLACK,
Proprietor.
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
furnish** all Kind* of Help
Free of charge.
1TOTTOB.
TAKE NOTICB THAT AT THK EXPI-
ratlon of six weeks fnim ftth May,
inn!., the title of William McColl to Lot 1,
Block IS, Suburban, New Wwtmhifltf-r,
and Lots 12 and IS, Group I, Hope District,
will be registered unless pause lm shewn
to the contrary to some -Judgo of tho Su*
OUR BUSINESS APENCY.
DO YOU WANT TO BUY OH BELL A
liusiticss, luke a partner, etc.
PICKERING A CO.
OFFICE: Fort Street, between Douglas
nml Iirougliton, VIOTORIA, EC.   P.O
Farms for Sale
■TINNOBTH AttM OFFRABER RIVER.
\J The underBlgne-1 oflern tor snloMrtlal-
ly Improved farms of thefollowtngstsen;
60 aores, 80 acres, loo acres, 200 wre*.
For terms, etc., apply to
Wm. H. ftOWLIttte,
feZftc  .NortjijArm.
BOAT FOR SHU.
A   WKLL-BUILT BOAT, about 3 Tons.
A oopperfastcned.uewlj-painted, and
Jnnrat-cfasB order-together with all belongings complete, vfs.: sail, Jib,, oars,
rowlocks, rudder, ropes, Ac—all In good
order.  urCan bo hmloheap..
Apply to 0. G. MAJOR.
 Jngtg
Por Sale!
(ON   EASY TERMS)
* ■-»■ or Work Semi,
Id Cir Hale*,
«ttsts Bile*,
I Stddle Horses,
1 yoke Work Oxts,
I Carriage Team,
1 Flaao In food order,
I Bump Carl! with Iron Arte*,
A umber of second-hand Wheel
■arrows,
1 lackere lower (new),
1 Ilhlca Bay Bake.
For jmrtliniliirs npplyto
T. J. TIIAPP,
niylHIC Atlrtlonvrr, N. W.
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Nearly Oppoilte tha colonial S»M,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THR LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
aa.ortm.tit ol all descriptions of
MEATS AND VHETABLES
ConaUntly on hand, and mpplltd to Fun.
IUH, Ro-UumiU, and Steamboat* at Ui.
I
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
Scotch Gathering.
mm* THIRD ANNUAL GATHERING
X   taut Hjiorla of til. Cledonlnn anil Rt.
Amlraw'. BoclMy will lio n.lil In thia Clly
on th. KIR8T DAY OF JULY, imxt.
2lnt'J"ni
Tbe HortOD House!
SPENCE'S   BRIDGE.
TO RENT, FtTRNISHKD, for n short or
long torm of years, one of the best.
buslnesssituatlonHontlie Hue of railway,
at the junction of thc Nlc<ilo and Cariboo
roads and route to the Blmllknnieen
mines; about four minutes walk from the
Spence's BrlriKe rallwny station and on
the iu al n trunk road to the upper country. A good business bus nlwiiys been
done there. The house contains 20 bedrooms, '2 sitting rooms, one larf-o dining
room, one smull one, n soo<i roomy kitchen, n lnrge bar,oneof the host (tables
on the road, wllh corral and outhouses.
Also ground fur a gnrdi-n, nml water lo
Irrigate the ssme. It Is shunted beside
the Rpencv's Ilrldge nursery, green hows.-'
^d gardens, which make the surround-
is pleasant.  Tbe nn-scut lense expire**
1st July. HUS.
Apply tothe proprietor,
myl2w". Spence's Bridge,
Every Nan to his own Business
A.   PEELE.
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA  STaCBT
(OFF   COLONIAL UOTII,),
NKW WESTMINSTER,  ftp.
rtyildaai' rreoerlpllMa aal rat,.
Ily letlpea t Specially.
N. B. —Only Gamine Drop Med.
Or»r twmtv ytati' .ipwinc,   mria
aronoB,,
A Ut ACCOUNTS DUB TO THB UN-
A   derslgned must lw paid mi orbefore
the 15th .Tone next, otherwise they will he
pis»ll,a,,"'mui
Boat for Sale!
J, GOOD BAIL BOAT, UJ FEET I.ONG,
L with masts, soils ana an complete.
■y be inn on application to the iinrlei--
algned at the Boll lower. Will be soli]
cheap.
JnSic ALEX. HAMILTON.
Farm for Sale I
mRREE HUNDRED AND .TWENTY
X Aeres In Township Two, Good for a
swckfnrm. Fresh wuor stream running
through centre of farm. Partly prairie
and alder.  Good log house.
For terms, Ac. apply to
_      WOODS, TUUNKR A GAMBLE.
New West,, B. C, SOth May, 1886.   m22m3
For Sale or To Rent.
THE UNDERSIGNED offers a Farm for
for sale or rent. Also, Bfilch Cows
and young Cattle, Hogs, and a few young
Horses. Tliere are several pairs or good
steer* that would mult-.- excellent working
oxen. Also, one of the largest nnd best
Bulls in the proviuce. The stock Is nll
Yery gentle.
M. NICHOLSON,
mimic Mount Lehman P.O.
FOR_SALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
3 MILES FROM LADNER'S
Landing, on the Trunk Wagon
Road; twootheiroads riinnin(;tlirou£h
Hie premises.   Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,
delate Ladner's Landin-;,II.C. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THISDAY.
for Snlo Capt. Pittendrigh
Important Salo *L Goldstone
Land Ordinanco R. W. Armstong
Vancoover Relief. R. Dickinson
 Prov. Sec.
,\V. E. Stewart
.. .Jno. Robson.
Appointments.
Card of Thanks.
Proclamation...-
Insurance.
,D. S. Curtis
llht ftitish Colnmbisn.
Wednesday Morning, June 10, IH80'
A correspondent asserts tlmt Mr.
Ladner, who is a candidate for thia
district, is in favor of Chinese labor,
and so stated in connection with the
Chinese commission, Imd asks if a
person holding suoh views should he
elected. Wo havo very decided
opinions on tlie Chinese question,
and do not think it is in tlio interest
of the district that persons favoring
Chinese labor and immigration
should be put in positions where
their views would have an influence
npon legislation.
Wo took the trouble last week to
reply at length to the remarks of
the Vancouver Herald on the subject bf passes and government patronage, but we are sorry to tind our
cotemporary shifting the question
altogether from thc sphere of honest
discussion. If the arguments' advanced by this journal were sound,
our cotemporary ought to have hon-
estly acknowledged tbe fact: if not,
he ought to have combatted them.
The controversy waB begun by him,
and he cannot say that it 1ms not
been carried on with courtesy and
frankness by us; and we'iire disappointed at the pointless and meaningless paragraph witli which he
seeks, apparently, to dismiss it.
Our local cotemporary continues
to express the hope and belief that
. the present government, and especially the provincial secretary, will be
defeated. Theae hopes and predictions are probably as harmless ti way
as any of ridding oneself of superfluous hatred. Hefore last general
.election the*" organ resorted to the
game tactics/and assured its readers
may (or mav not) bo composed of
honest men capable of administering
with ability and success the affairs
of- the province. There t^re a ■ good
many joeoplo wKo are opposed to the
the present government .on various
grounds, many of them because they
have personal grievances or personal
axes to grind, but they candidly admit that there are no mon in the
opposition who could bo trusted with
the formation and maintenance of nn
administration. And wo are inclined
to think that this feeling of distrust
pervades the constituencies to a
larger extent than the opposition
managers suppose. Between thc two
administrations (the present nnd
that of Wiilkpiu-lieaven composition) there is so little; in common
tlmt one cun scarcely mnke a comparison. Tiidcr the late administration the ufl'airs of thn province
were, apparently carrying, us with
great rapidity towards bankruptcy :
during thc administration of the
present government the country has
been muking an advance, quite as
rapid towards prosperity[and permanent wealth.
 L-4.^-
U,  S.   rress on  GlndsftoiicV
Ocfcat.
Nkw York, June 8,—Tho il'ilnes
snys, editorially: '.'-the vote by whioh
the British houso, of commons this
morning refused a second reading of
Gladstone's Irish ^government bill
merely marks a breathing spttce in tliu
progress of homo rulo. From (lie
very inception.of the,measure.it has
been apparent that at somo early slage
of its career popular ratilicntiou of its
principles would be essential. In the
lirst flush of enthusiasm, or nf valor,
with which the aged prime minister
undertook this tremendous lusk it was
generally assumed that tlie necessary
appeal to the ' country would cume
after the houso of lords rejected the
bill. Later, during all thu singular
fluctuations of the apparent prospects
of the bill, ranging almost every week
between entire confidence and exlromo
doubt it waB always clear, whether
the bill passed into the committuc or
was. turned away-f^t-tho threshold,
that thete muBt1 lie o-RQiieial election
boforo anything final would be determined. .Whatever tfa complexion of
the new house tnay be politically, it
I will at least have tho merit of knowing
Card of Thanks.
THK UNDERSIGNED wishes publicly
to Ihiuik the Sun Accident IiiBurunce
Co. (or the prompt und gatlsfactfity -manner lu whieh his claim haft heen setlleo\
bv the ngenl, Mr. McLeod. -1    «1
? Vf. P. HTUWABfr,   '■
Ifljo'jt,' Cupt. Str. Mfcc./.
SALE
THAT DELIGHTFUL RESIDENCE ON
l-ot.7,situated on l'rovost street,be-
twoen Maw nnd Mi-Kenztc streets, now
in lhe occupation of Copt.Granl; contains
S rooms wllh usual oflices.
Amity to
OAPT; riTTHNDRIGH,
JcIOtc     Ulid Agent, New Westminister.
VANCOUVER RELIEF.
A lUWOI.UtlON iVAS.'PASSKfl by
J\_ the MumeTpnl Council of the City of
Nuw West ml nsl or ou the Uth lost., appoint Uvil ho Mavor and Finance Commit**
tec tn ■■■rrivc contributions In uid of the
-.uilt ni.-- hv lhe lato lln- ut Vancouver.
sn iK.-ilnt Ions: iircliivliL'd and will he re-
eelrod uy
It. DICKINSON, Mayor,
II. DOUGLAS,
,1. E. LORD,
I, V. 110NSON,
jultiw2 Finance Committee,
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870
over and over again that Mi-. John I it. own mind on'tlie siihjuot or lube
„. ,,■ • .,    ■     , ,     rulo.   During the month ov six webKS
Robson would meet with signal tie ...
feat. But that gentleman was not
only elected, but so far outstripped
all the other candidates as to mako
hia majoritystt; master ,(jf surprise.
There is every reason to believe that
a similar condition of things will ho
found after the 7th* of'next month.
Vancouver Belief.
The appalling disaster which last
Sunday swept our sister city of
Vancouver :out of -existence appeals
forcibly to the syriipatliies and generosity of the'citizens of New Westminster. No such calamity has
ever before visited the province,
and there is and will be much suffer
ing to relieve.   H i», estimated hy
• competent authorities that there
were in Vancouver a resident and
floating population amounting to
very close on 3,000. Nine-tenths
of these are without homes, aud
without the appliances necessary
for ordinary comforts, Thoy nre
scattered over Moodyville, Hastings,
and other isolated places on the inlet, and a grent many hundreds are
finding temporary shelter and food
in tbii jroity; 'j There are hundreds
of people absolutely ruined by the
Vancouver lire, without a dollar in
their possession or a roof to shelter
their heads, For these people some
provision must.be made, and we are
sure the people of this city will not
be wanting in their efforts to alio-
' viate the sufferings of their neigh
born Tho city corporation has
already sent provisions and blankets to the value of about $600, aiul
the citizens yesterday Bent SI00
cash by Mr. Lahllaw, but this will
by no means Hufiice, and we urqu
upon tho people of this uity nnd
elsewhere the necessity of respond
ing promptly to the call of distress.
Tn addition to the ; subscriptions
taken up, a publio concert with
tioke's at $1 might realize ji con
sidnrahln sum.
A New lle-mrtiirr.
Dr. .6'Brian, editor of Nanniino
Wtstnmnl lln I lias called ti mretiii:
of persons in that city nud distrii
"who are opposed tothe public policy
of the present and lategovemiiioiiui." |
.This itt anew departure, Imt w
W*
The raMei-iy halt ettiol Wo. 1, black V.
liurt uf the Town of ilraiivlllc, now
iu Hie (ity or Vniirouver.
-HKREA8 THE CERTIFICATE OF,
Title of Lewis Carter to thc abovc-
inciiiloiKHl lnnd hns heen destroyed, nnd
■itl-in litis heen made foraduplloate
then-iif; Noll**} Is therefore hereby given
of mv Intention to Ismieti fresh cdrtliicuto
of tit lulo lieu of tlint so destroyed, tiniest)
cause bo ehewn to the dontrory within
nn* month from tho date hereof.
. K. ;W-,AKMSTKONG,
-. ■ ■        Deputy Registrar.
,11ml Registry Offlce,
Saw West mliiBter, 10th Juno, issffi ■-
i        .JDllJml,     ,,■;■■,;*.''.,
Trt tlie Electors bf New Westminster Electoral District.
iKNTi.KMUN. —Rclng an old settlor I
he?obyot."or myself -i>; iionndhhttc forelee-
Hon as onu olf your representatives iu the
Leu Islat nre of flic rrovlnee of Uritish Col-
mbla. Owing to Iho suddenness with
rlifcll the election Is sprtiut* upon us I
..iav lie prevented hy the deinuiuls of en*
Kat-omentsalroti'ly made fnmi ink UM piiii
in the, eniivoss, hut If tdoeteil ldo»lfcnto
miiUe a yeailv eircult round ,the dlMrlct
to-nscertnln your wishes. I am pertonnlly
npiMised lo askltiK anv elector for his vote.
Ii looks too inueli liken porsonal Insult—•
an liilimntlon that: he itt too-isnomnt to
Ulu for lilmeoU. If e|oeled I shall deem
ol niilvii duty but a plenr-nu-e to nld in
till meu nil its thai are ealculated lo pro*
inolo lhe people's niutorlal prosperity,
sui-i:il H-elforo and Ilie extension of their
poiltienl rights. 1 shnll devote my entire
inorglea ti> thulr cause In harmony Willi
.JI who Inborfor the common nood of the
Pro*, -luce KB mi all y aud of the Mainland In
art leu Inr. Wllh these vlewsund -feelings
oiler mv services, ami If accepted, I'
plt'ilt*.- viiu/iililifuLserviee.on the |inndl-
ph-of rli*h!,lntlie vr-i-v hest of my ability,
nnd n peri-imiil visit before the meeting of
ihe l-iiRlsliilure. I may add that I am In
favor of the pragresBlve mouunw requir*
ed In MMdal reform.
Yours resuRclfully,
jniutd WM. ICknt, farmer.
intervening between tlio speedy dissolution, which nil agree in expecting,
and the general election, nothing but
Ireland aud the Irish question will be
discussed. Every Whig, Liberal and
Radical candidate will stand or fall
hy liis attitude toward home rulo,"
The !TWfcune says: .''Gladstone did
not succeed as he hoped. His hill
will not he 'read the second time,
but he haa formed a powerful home
rulo party. Last night's division
proved this if nothing else. With
numerous defections in opposite quartets, the great body of tho Lihernl
members rallied to his: support,' and
sanctioned Iub Irish policy.. ■Tho'Lib-
eral party is committed by last night's
vote unequivocally to home rule
in tho approaching election. It w
stand in England and Scotland for
whnt tho nationalists st«nd In Ireland.
Separate legislation is tho means of
reconciling the two countries."
Tlio Sun saya: "It is just possible
that the quuen, whose sympathies with
the resistance to homo rulo have been
betrayed too indiscreetly for the ultimate welfare of tho orown, may be
emboldened by last night's voto to
reject the counsel of her defeated
minister and refuse to dissolve parliament until the experiment of a coalition
cabinet is tried. From such nn experiment, which will be abort and full
of trouble, neither Ireland nor Gladstone haB anything to fear."
Tho flsntld aayB*. "Tho ond is not
yot, the people aro to bo heard from,
The campaign upon which England is
about to cntor will be thp most interesting and exciting in her. history. It
will be a battle of kings. Tho masses
of Ireland will appeal for local fielf
government to men of their own class
throughout the United Kingdom, and
the decision of Westminstor may be
revurscd by popular will,"
The World tays: "The only satisfaction Gladstone can have ia that thc
seed of tho grain ho has sown will
tako root, spring up and ripen in time,
even though it may nut be in his time.
He has the consolation of having led
tho attack on HritiBlunsUlar prejudices
ond imperial methods of statesmanship."
FIBS
PltNOJUNING.
MR. O. H. GOODWIN, Piano Maker
and Tuner, will he lu town shortly,
s. fow days only. Ordors left nt Mr.
Pennon1* storo will receive prompt nlteii-
"~i, , Ju2tc
MRS. E. J. MILLER IS PRfcPARED
to rocelvo pupils In Drawing, Oil
Painting, Crayons, and various kinds of
Decorative work, at her temporary .studio,
Occident Hotel, Room 19. myl
&
EGGSmHATCHING
ALL VAR!rrift.
80 Kpwato flocks of JUnil anil
WaterFowU. Mated to timilme
MM result*. Large ami limnl-
r-wnely llluitrated CniBl*"Biie
free,
C.P.8T0NE,£Sf-J"«.
AUSTIN BRIGE,
Carpenter & Builder
Plana and SpcclQcalloiig for all
kinds of Buildings caro-
full* Prepared.
JOBBING NEATLY AND OABKFDL-
LY EXECUTED.
All orders left it Occiilori Hotol, or ut
the shop of W. Johnson, Columliia ntrcot,
will receive prompt attention. Yuur favor solicited. 'oflto
CHORALUNION!
LAMBS' CONCERT
tikiMlng Rink, New Weil ml lister,
—OS—
Tiiesiny Eve's, June tint, 1885
. vKtfDKisaoum "MOTetb.'! ..
* •lWRtlOl.ESirS J'STAIIAT WATEFI,"
ANII
THE RHINE LEGEND.
Doors open at 7.M; Concotl at S n'elorlt.
AilllliaaloiloOccnls. Jul2UI
1 GEO. HIKE
 OF THE—
.   :  VICTORIA
«eS=-THAT*=S59
111
u
WANT.
$1.25 -""1HK- $1.25
DISTRICT OF
just lasuiiD m'
Price, $1.25.
Tliis Map 1ms been produced at
«reut cost, ami gives a vast amount
of information never before available respecting tbo most important
district in Um Province.
Tbe new Mnp shows tbe latest
surveys, tbo latest roads, tbe line of
the 0. P. 1{. and extensions,
BUY A COPY.
Hus nppolntG't the Umlcn-lBiiori IiIh
Agent for Mew Westminster City and
Dlstrlet.
All Orders by Mall or otherwise will bo
|)rom))tly attoiulntl tn.
Defiigns,' HumpleK of Muterlal mul Prices
ruriilnliccl on nppllcntion.
C. R. MONCK.
Now Wesl., Mny 91st, 1880. jn"to
TERMS EASY.
Ti, S. CURTIS, AttKH-r,
Nuw Wealiniiistcr,
M. H.
jelliti;
COWAN, Secretary-,
■       Victoria.
IMPORTANT
Auction Sale
A VALUABLE BAND
OF HOBSES
WHICH MUST BE SOLD WITHOUT
„ mmm-.-i-   KB8KBVE.   .-     D ! V
shall sura w
tion, un
PtJBLIC AUC
PY/EWIIA
Is III-* most virulent form of blootbpolson*
hii:. Uw ••■■■■wlilv filial, Imt not less cer*
inhily s<>. is tlir vltinllmi of tin- Mood of
wlik-li llio Uml symiitoniH ore Pimples,
sties, Hulls, mul Cutaneous Krni)-
tlons. Wli'-iillii-inliilofBrrofUlaL-lvi'H
w;niiin-:i'i'it-*|)i-cs('ini'liv8iU!liIiHllratio»H,
im Hiin- sliinilil |»> lusi bi lining AVKtt's
SviiswMMi.i.i. lln-onlv iterleci nml roll-
nlili' medii'liio for llio ■iniriflctitioti of llio
SCROFULA
!- ;i fmil <'iimi|iti(iii in-1 ftc* Mood that rots
 II llio niiicliinoi-y of lift'.  Nothlnff
will i-nuHcati- It from the Kvstom imd pre**
vmil iis titiitsnilssion to olftprlrig but
Avr.n's. J-iAit-iAi'.uiiM.A. Tills propnra-
ti^tif>alM)t|i6 unly one tlmt will eleauso
iii- l.lond nf sreroifflal iiohou nml tlio
liiini nf ('(iiiin-i.iiiH UiM'HHL's, Imnover-
ImIhhI blood IsiirndueUvo of
AN/EMIA,
A wictclioil i-iiiiilMoii Imllcntcilby Pallid
JSKirr,  I'liii-vlil   Miisrlrs,   Slinttenil
I Niri-vort,   mul   Melnlii'holy.   Ils   first
nnt Mire tli»t it-is-not inueli more i -yiiiiitojii. nro Wenkno»», Laninor,
 ■»»-«■•"'-*"■** i,i)S!! of No-vo Force, ami Mental IM.
•ouiWo thnn tshf MirrSBJiurmifil liy , jcetlu".    Ii» tout**, unrlirekml, Icmls
'- 'T**"" -T"      '    ■*       .   ' .... .        iiii'vlmblr In In Ily in-ileiilb. Women
the machine ot(l»aB and politiumiis rinimiiily aiilTer from It. The only mcill.
— a.^-»nifi»lo- iinnhAitioii. -it tin- ''I'10 il"'t, 'vlilln piirlfrlng tbe blood, en*
"rSSJ^SSsV-yrrS!'""" ■', ,   i-i.-n™ It with new vllulliy, nml Invigorate.
present mverBiwrnt-hns faults (nntl' ilien-lioleayatcin,ts
••■'^^M^^i^Wi"'1- ■ A-/er'8 Sawaparilla,.
TBMtlaS tfolumfci-v-AtM •>• ra*" S-iough!'     -•■■
to d«iy e^tihfM<>vMtimei,t it super-,
aeded had been gKiHy of many more
Saturday, June 19th,
Front of Holbrook House, Front street,
Now Westminslo:-,
A NUMBER OF HORSES
WELL    BROKEN,   "j* iJ*
Sl'lTABLK I'OR UARRIAOKS, T1UO-
DIES, TEAMS and BADDLE,
The most of tlnrlii Ireing Iti limtiU bigli.
Snle to tnlitr plaeo nt 11 A.M.
TERMS CASH.
.1. flOUWTOKK,
16jc2t Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE
Live Slock
1 HAVE RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS
I from Mr. Wm. Hurmy to kcII liy Pub-
He Auction on tlie promlBeB, Langley
Pralrio, on TUESDAY, 22nii INSTANT:
8 Milk Cows with OftlvCH at foot,nil ■■•■nlle
diiiry nnlinals; G 2*yeor olds; ;t l-yenr
olds; 1 Bull, well broke to work; I Mnro
antl Colt-A yean old; 1 team of Horse* well
mntolied and well broken, dark buys ,">
and 0 yearn old; 1 Farm wafion; 1 Hay
Rack; and a number of Work und unbroken Hot-sou Irom lhe Interior. Tho nbovo
is a good opportunity for parties desiring
good family eows; and the terms hUlne nx-
eepttonally (jood will give nil pnrllcs n
chance of getting what they may require
In thlsdlroclinn,
Will be sold at nnme time, Sotilli-l-'nst
Suurter of .Section lO.TownsblpS.on Mini
uy Road,consisting of 1U0 acres: pai-tly
lmproved: lins Iioiiho thereon and ll iierej-
cleared; ly_ miles from School Houkc.
Terms. —For Livo Slock, nogoflnblo
notes at 2 months without Interest, which
will besubject to renewal for a furthers
months with interest al 1 percent. For
Real Estate, half cash on completion of
deed, and the balance In 12 months.
Sale will commence nt 10:80 n. in. >'tpei
cent, discount for cash.
JnOtd T. J. TRAIT   Auctioneer.
\ iniiai. Skciiktaiiy-h Omt'K,
fith,Inne, IWH.
HIS HONOUR THK LIEUTENANT-
uovornor hns lieen ptoosod to appoint llii'fol]<>wlii'--'i-nMi-uieh to Ue. Min*
lut' Iti'i:in-(ti'is, under seut ion lit of the
"MlnemlAcl.lKBll'i-
MAKSIIAi.IiRltAY.of Naniiliiio, Kwiulrf,
for thnt portion nfthe Eant Coaslofvon-
i-niivfi'l-tliinit lying to the north of Chemainus.
.loitx O; Moi.r.AiT, of Albmil, .Enquire,
for tbo Alberni Polling Division (if "
BlOOtOl'ftl KHlrlct of Nanaimo.
Mb.
v.   • ■• ,.|ui   *w vv.j uvnvti, Btmmrn
Sold by sll Drngglsts: Price fl:«,
SlxbottoforlS.
i)flr.a,OM^INH»*«M^; Bill it
is ■_-'■ ]B'tn^mp"ti<>»<>0{ tho
opposition to eeour*■ «n lione«t nd-
ministMtioii M It Is to dtftnt'tho
admtairtitttionnoi" in power. Dr.
O'BW^'?H^i--;",0O""'**n0*'of
tb*op*Witloi>;»ll«M*.*0''h-5 *?ek,
to ferti «n enHi-jiy n«wpM»y *H<lh
Lumber for Sal6.
TBNBEHH WILL fiR hWEIVRD BY
lire iinrlor-lcneu tip (ill ttie mill Inat.,
lit 12 0',-lnrrtt Jloiin, tor lire inlrr-linair of tho
Hyack I'hUforill nrrw oil Allen CnnleliM.
Tne iilnlfrri-in eriiilnlna n cblfltlilornbls
quimllly itt llilik'lierl flnrirlllll ninl nrtlKb
lumlii'i- wlileli bnn lii-i-lr riar-rl utilv n abort
time. The litdheat rentier neeepleil If antla.
factory. Piirlli'iilflrmni npplli'iitliin. -
.(Nil. MuMIJIIl'IIY,
JllUIJi See. Ilyni'k riro On.
|I„ fi]   CLEMENT K. COimWKM,.
CANADA.
l'ltuvINOEOKBBlTWHlJirl.l'.MmA.
VICTOUIA, by the Omen of nrrrl, of Hm
rnfteil KIllKilpm of Orenl llrltrrlti nml
IrelSnd, (jirlm., Dofolnler of llic 1-nllli,
Ai'„&e., ite.
To nil In wlinra IhoMii^nismDislial'-'fisc.
-ciiiurriso.       JSfHIIJ
A PnOCLAMATION.
&-1E. -Un-iSd,- ")*|TIIKHKAH. U.
Den, Altrrrney-llellerill. I tf       " .,,l'.1.V't*
ubli. to eslnbllHtr nn iirlillttiilinl   PnlllliR.
PlneolnlhoEloetiii-nlDIalrletiifCnaalnrl
NOW KNOW YE, Hint Ibe vlrtileof lire
nnthorlty eolitnllio I III tlio •'C'liulllleiU on
nnillloglafrrltlonofVoWra-Aol, l«7il,' the
Llenli-iiniil-lliiverlirrr In Cnilliell ilirlnreM
tbittnnir '	
id lire
Ullliililllli.lllil MUOH I'lOM all. 1 bn,
1be ijiilin- Ih liiTi-liy.MlnllllKllell ill lire
Inveroirrrrriiliilerv Irt tlie alibi  Eleelornl
DlBlrlct.
IxTcttimomv WiitJliFJir, Wp hovoeniiaei]
■tlii'hf uur U-llomUi bowailel'iileiil.iiiid
llic Urenl Kenl of Hie aulil Frovl Hi lit
horiniiiiiiiimxeil: Wn-siiHH.Iliirlloniiitr
nblelJl.KMKNT V. CollNWKl.l., Lleutoli-
nrtlrOiiveriirir nf our nnlil Provlnno of
llrlllr.li /'oliiliibln, III Our Oltv of Vie.
Inrlii, In our hii l.t l-iovlnorij tlila Tblrrl
aix, nntl In Uie forty-nlnllr yenr of onr
U|hr
of It
lliritl, 111 mil   Kirrii   I I'lviriui-, turn riiii.i
ilny of .lime,In lliu yenr of Onr I>inl
nun tinman ml elifbtliuiiilml ninl oljjhty-
alx.lill "	
„Kr.lg"-    r
By (.ominniiil.
liljell
■NO. HOIWON,
rriivltii'lii) Heeretnrj*.
WILL CURE OR RELIEVE
BILIOUSNESS, DIZZINcSS,
DYSPEPSIA,
INDIGESTION,
1AUNDICE.
ERYSIPELAS,
SALT HIIEUU,
HEARTBURN,
HEADACHE,
R0PS
FLUTTER/NO
OF THE HEART.
tCIDITY OF
TIIE STOf.UCH
DRYHCSS
OF THE SKIN,
RYDER & GIBSON,
PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS
HOPE, B. C.
HAVING""JPSt-OPKNED a nrflt-citen*
Mack-smith Shop nt Hopo,the un-
Ueraigned bog to solicit a Bhnre of public
ptttroiingo.
All work cutruslcd to them will bo done
Inflrat-olftBS si vie, nnd nt lowest current
rates. RYDER A GII1SON.
iuhl7t(-
Port Hammond Nursery I
NOW IH THE TIME TO SEND IN
your ordors, if you want «ome of
thoso nice frutl or orniinicubu trees,
slniihs, fto., fnun onlnrlo. As I return
nhout the middle uf June to settle np my
afi'iiir-i thoieund come out (his fall with
the stock for my mit-soi-v here, and will
setert nml hrlii!; your orders i-IkIiI along
wllh mo for this fall und next Bpi-lug-s
plnnllng-I will niitlsfy nil both nstoomi-
lltv of trees and fruit, und I will bo settled
hero In the business hi you will know
where to Iind me. AH i-oniinunlcatlnnB
nfter the iniddleof .hinoinny lie addressed
In me nt Howmniiville, Out., or to Carleton
A Hurl-In, I'ort Hammond.
Cl.W. HENRY,
mySSto I'ort Hammond P.O.
Notice to Persons in Search
of Farms.
THE TOWNSHIP OF ftHttltET PON-
taliis several Eni-nis wliich nre for
mile. The bind Is of excellent quality-—Iho
verv heat In tiie province. Tbe Reevo
nnu Council uro most mixlou.-i to secure
desirable setl-lers. Applleatlon to them
wiil receive prompt attention,   'I'ho ronds
In the township are Rood, and there nre
liools, and a town hall.,
1'lins. SHANNON, Reeve,
Clover Valley P 0.
.THHHT, Clerk,
Hall's Pruli-leP. 0,
U
HO IffiCRANlTE CREEK
The Driard House
IS THE BEST HOUSE TO STOP AT IN
GRANITE CITV.
E1IRST-C1I.ASS ACCOMMODATION, and
JP the Table supplied with every possiblo delicacy, Tbo hotel is undor tlio personal innuagomont ot Die well-known
caterer, II. P. Bpyjio,
BOYCE A CAIRNS,
mhtllc Proprietors.
STORAGE,™
FORWARDING!
AGENTS FOR 0. P. N. 00.
UCIffiM.
Wholesale and Retull
PUnWSHED BY
RAND BROS.
Real  Bsiiiir, Insurance nnd
flnanciiil Agents, sj
NEW WI-JSTMINSTEII, VANCOUVEK
ANII VIOTORIA.
FOR SALE,AJ
T. R. Pearson & Co's
NEW WESTMINSTER AND VANCOUVER.
nialli-
Spring U
Has imported from  London, Bug.,
a large stook of
dltordfrad I
I*...
-Y3,
aowiLi en  ulood,
iPrivateCollege!
 FOU	
WIU. DR nl'l-.NI-.'Ii AT
Ross Bay, Victoria,
—ON—
MONDAY, AUGUST 10, ISStt.
THE   BUII-DlNfJ   II Aft    13    hAlVM
Rooms and   Ik woll furnlHtml with
rcgl«t«r grateH, bath roome, Ac, Ae,
Excollentopportitnltlc--for Jill klmlsof
healthful exon)lde«,lnclndlni[lioiitfngiinil
buthlng,
. I'ihiIIhwIU bfl made moHl oomfortnldo
ntid their general welfare cnrofiillycnii-
Nldered.
A COKFETIKT ITAFF OF INSTRUCTORS
will ho mnlntnltied,
ExcellontfnellltleHwIil bo rtffbnXpt) for
Inilruclioii In
RnillHh,
'' - '*■  (»wmerrlal,
I'lsMle-il and
HfHlrrn LunfiMf"
KiilijMln, wli.li UmlrawrHtm HtDtlr*
Aiipllenilon FoomM, R('fi>r«in'*H and full
Informntion fitrnioiiod by
RKV. C.
Jdiie'li, mt
J. BRENTON, M. A.,
Tho Latest Shapes und Knslnon.
Trimmed and TJntrimtned
HATS<
Feathers,  Flowers,
ts, Ornamonia, &c.
DRUGGISTS!
New. Hi's minister, B. C.
inblOte
B. i PENITENTIARY.
TKNl
by the uiulcruigned until 12 o'clock
noon on Saturday, Jhilo SCtli, 18S0, for
supplying the l-eniteiitiai<v from July 1st,
1880, to June .'iOt-li, 1887, with tlie following article.*?;
K Coal, Wellington sciecneil.
Z Meet
3. B-fead, whito nm} browu. ,
4. Salmon, red, fresh anil snlt.
5. Groceries.
0. Blankets, whito, 4-pt., per pair.
7. Leather nml findings for shoe shop,
detailed lists of which can be obtained
on application at tlie Penitentiary,
jXeither tho lowest or any tender nccea-
■aiily accepted.
Satni'
latnplcB may be seen mul blank forms
of tender obtained on application to tlie
accountant at tlio Penitentiary.
No tender will be coiuidered unless
ou these blank forms.
Imperial weiuhts and measures required. All articles supplied to'be of
the ueat'iiualifcyi
(Signed),
'   ARTHUR H. McBRIDE,
Warden.
Juuo 8th, 188(1. jei»td
0, BYRNES, -AUCTIONEER.
rtSttl!
FARM AT CHILLIWHACK
Also, ti noml Assortiucnt of
Jerseys,   Gapes,
Dolmans,
Jackets,
As lute in fnsliirni, olinn,, mul good
ns lo !«• Iiml in II. C,.
Kerr Is Co's >'. M. T. -'(Hl.jcl. ll-cord
Spools, 50c. prr doien. d
We Itfiop ii stock bf
WOOLS
OF ALL KINDS,
-MSOi-
G(* Furnishings
At tin- oomnioiioeiueiH of another
H|irtn» wo tnko thin opportunity to
thank thn public for pRBt fnvojs, and
hnpo for a continuance of the same,
G-lobe House
WM. RAE,
-J-vCajaagrex.
OOMI'IBIA STREBT,
Nrw Wrstminhtrr.      »p3lc
Wednesday, 23rd June, 11 A. N.
t OUVE'liEEN lNkllDOIBIfiTO
T*: sell Iry puliliii miction nt niy fislea-
room, Fort snil Lnngk-y streetsj victoi-in,
Sec. 425, Group 2,
Containing lilt, acres, more or less-
WITHBUILniNliS AND IMPROVE-
:    MENTS THEREON,
And known as tlie property of tho late
AleXiiniU-r ilurpcr.
Fur furtlior particulars apply to E. M.
iIohxhon, (JnvernincntSt., \ ietoria, or
(i. 1JYRNES, Auctioneer.
Titlo, Crown Omul. je8td
F. CRAKE,
I'llAOTIOAL
UAVING PUR-
*■'-. chased the stock
ofHardware,Paints,
Oils, &C, of the Estate of Trapp Bros.,
We purpose offering
to the Public VERY
GREAT INDUCEMENTS in this
branch of the Business, which we trust
will secure the patronage of those residing on the Mainland.
We have bought a
large and well-selected stock of Shelf
Hardware in the
eastern markets FOR
CASH, which we expect to arrive in a
few days, and our
assortment will be
we consider, second
to uone in the country, and will bo found
complete in all the
following branches:
General and Shelf
Hardware, Cross-cut
Saws, Paints in all
colors, Boiled & Raw
Linseed Oil [English
and American], Dry
Colors in all kinds,
Wall Paper and Window Blinds, Oakum,
Pitch, Giant,Blasting
and Sporting Gun-
Powder, Fuse and
Caps, Brushes in
Paint, White-wash,
Scrubbing, Horse,
Dandy and Whisk,
and a full line of
Table and Pocket
Cutlery.
We purpose doing
a CASH BUSINESS
and all orders in trusted to us will be subject to a cash discount of 5 per cent.
—our motto being,
"Small Profits and
Quick Returns."
WE AHE NOW PREPARED TO I1E-
oelve, Storo nntl nUt'inl to Forward*
Ing Goods from
HOPE TO GRANITE CITY.
Mcrcbants nnd otlicis ronKlgulngKOoils
loom-caro will have onr best attention ul
tbo lowest rates-
Fraser & Peters.
Hope, B.C., April 22,1880. 24np,1m
JOHN S. COX,
Importer nnd Jionler In
fiaiy
I INCLTTT'IXG
WHITE LBOtlOHNS,
SHOWN I-KGHORNg,     .
PLYMOUTH ROOKS.
I.ANOSHANUS,
While Creuti-l Black Poland!,
ttuliun Fnwli,   Rouen Durkii,
White Pekin Due kit.
Pit Gamei, Homfniii.
toa-BlrtlB mul Ebsh supplied nt low rated,
nnd all sloelt guaranteed.
Koyal Avenue, Enst of Douglns St.
IRVING & STRAHAN,
<tsr, Ite-tMenntl lolnmlilunu.
FURNITURE
MANUFACTURERS,
UPHOLSTERERS
Spring mid Wool Mallreuses and
llcililliij: always on hand.
HAVE ON HAND THE-    ■
■..IKtJIJST ,l\l> 11UST STIH'K »F I'VE-
Mini: ox tiik niiM.iKu.
JEWELER,
COLUMBIA STRFE1. - NEWWESTMINSTER.
Alipoftllt* -riiiiiilrtKlittm A *'o'n,
SIGN OP TIIE ItlG WATCH.
M-r<A-TR MANAORft POU SAVAflK A
LYMAN, MONT11EAK
Chronometer*, Kepentcrs, t'Urouo-
I   grnphcrs, and all Ado Watch
repair* ii Specialty.
NY ONR HAVINO WATCHKH wliloh
vo
ojin..„ 	
iiunln. ,ii;Wi;i,HY ut nil kluilHiuiulenml
ri'iialreil. All work warranted; oban-eti
moderate.   KstlninLeHKlveufrcoofclinrge,
HA ITH *H, V.IMH, Mill oilier
Hiiifti*'* nnd Jewelry ch»-»er
timn nny other htinne In R. i'„
IiADIRB* flOUDMa CARAT OOLOAM-
EHIOAN 8TKM WIN1UNU WATCHES,
nei-iirate (Imckcopnni, $3>ri; unual price, IfiA,
deflfo'
A* have bouii injured bv liieninpotent
Wfltdlt rejinlrew ean b« inaoe equal fo new
«tS-"*
Tlianklnx llic Public teener*
My tor Ine liberal patronage
accorded to ns In the past, we
trust by strict attention to
business to merit a continuance or llic same.
T.J. TRAPP,
COMMISSIONS IN THK COUNTIIV
PROM1TLY KXKCUTKD.
TO IE MU CHUT WW Oil EASY TEAMS!
1 MCCORMICK TWINE BINDER,
2 MEADOW IiARK REAI'ERH,      \
9 TRIUMPH REAPER**,
I BUCKEYE MOWER,
I ITHICA HAY nAKE.
8LASS WINDOWS & DOORS
AT PAUTOHY RATER.
Jni'JIli!
-1'IIACTICAL	
Haa juat received Ior the Holiilaya a tine
aaaortment of I Julil and Silver
JEWELRY
OENTS'
Ladles size Swiss Gold Watches
from $25 to $55,
Ladles Size American Stem,
winding Gold Watches, nt
$32.50.
RKMEHBRR-Wo do not sell "filled"
'YfttrrlieB and Jewelry aa aolid gold.
Onr gooda are guaranteed juat aa re-
presented, and prices lower than any
other honae iu 11. C.
COLONIAL BLOCK,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
The Colonial
BOOTiSHOE
STORE,
Colonial Hotel Building,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Wm. Ross
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN ,
BOOTS and SHOES
The French l.fiuilr, llooilj cat*, rink-
crion. Cnrhrniio, I'iiubIIi t Co.,
Arnica 11 iilden am! Slitter   .
Btiirta and Slides.
T ADIEfl AND OENTI.EMEN ARE RE-
li "   "  '
ItlllVfl II 1*11 Oil llllllll lllll
M'OTflM IMIIIIX IIJITIIKH ntTM.
THillT KNEE HOOT,
WtilrrJr now tntti'a the place 01 Kimi tioota.
JyJJto
NOTICE.
A 1,1, ACCDUNTH 1U1K TO  MU MUOT
A bo |inlil fpflnwlthoUiorwlBO they will
he liliici'il III tlir liuixl-i ot my Holloltor.
u. I.KIHEK.
New Weitmlnslor, May 18,1880.
lptuyiliii lhe flvitiak Columbian.
W-MlnemUy HoraUf- •**** ■«-1886.
mm for rn ukmi.
We aro requestod to announce that the
iron. Mr. Robson will (D. V.) mcctthe
settlers at the following tf men and places:
LADNE-TS   LANDING,   on   Wednesdny
next, thc ici-h Inst., as soon after arrival
of the Victoria steamer as convenient,
Kl Itltt.Y, at the Town Hall, on Thursday
(he 17th Inst., al 3 p. in.
Al KANUI.GY, on   Friday the 18th, at
'f p, in.
At ALDER <mOVE, ou Saturday the 10th
inst., nt 3 p.m.
Al UPPER 81 MAS, on Monday the -Jist
Inst, at lln. m.
At lEHHAN-g I,AMtl V<J, on Tuesday thu
22nd inst., at 10 n,m.
At -CHILLIWHACK, on Tuesday ovening,
ns soon after arrival of up »tearner as
convenient.
At HARRISON, on Wednesday 2.11-d, nt
0 p, ni.
At BURTON'S PRAIRIE, Nlcomlu School
Houso, on Thursday the 21th lust., at
3 p.m.
At MAPIiE RIIHiE, on Friday tho 28th
lnnt.,ntJi p. m.
Hulisequont announcement will be mnde
of meetings nt Richmond, North Arm,
'Moodyville, Vancouver and other places.
Mr. Robson desires to state that In consequence of the continued Illness of the
Deputy Provincial Secretary ho has boen
prevented from visiting his constituents
earlier, aud will be obliged to spoiul much
less time In tho various settlements than
he Intended.
For Sale 1000 .J-barrels and kits cheap,
Apply at this offico. aplOtc
Mr. Kirkland's address tu the electors will appear in next lBaue.    1
A large lot of Ladies'Underclothing,
at cost price, at Ellard k Co's.   jnlOtc
Lots 4 and 5, Block C, Louise Gardens,
for salo cheap, Woods, Tuhner k Gamble. ap2*ltc
Tho Btr. Rithet arrived from Victoria
at 4 o'clook exactly on Monday after*
noon.
tio to Ellard k Co.'s great clearance
sale for bargains iu Dry Goods and
Clothing. jnlOtc
Mr. J. A, U. Homer, M. P., arrived
'from  Ottawa on Saturday night by
the. Teaser.
Ladieb'  and   Children's  Ready-made
Costumes, at leas than cost, for cash, ■
Jas. Ellard-fe Co's. Jul lite
Euch charge shot from a 110-ton
cannon, aboard the new British iron*
olad BenboW, costs $765.
The adjourned meeting of the W.
C, T. U.- will bo held in tho uaual
plact; at 3:30 this afternoon.
■£J Capt. Pittendrigh haB opened nn
offico na land agent, conveyancer and
genoral agont on McKenzie st.
Last Sunday morning tho ministers
of tho Presbyterian and Methodist
churches in this city exchanged pulpits.
Every man   has some hobby, and
•very girl looks forward to the time
* when sito will havo a hobby.—Hartford
Times.
The regular quarterly meeting of the
license court was held in this city yesterday, but there was no business to be
transacted.
The government steamer Sir James
Douglas came up on Monday. She
has been examining the buoys at the
sand heads.
Tho programme of the provincial
secretary's meetings throughout this
district will be found at the head of
this column.
Subscribers to tho Vancouver Weekly
Herald are requested to send iii their
names addressed to "Tub Herald,"
■   Vancouver, B, C, jnlflte
Don't forgut the important auction
salo advertised by Mr, Trapp to take
place at .Langley Prairie next Tuesday.
See adv. for particulars.
The sale of city property yesterday
* -. raalized $7,510.   Some of the; purchasers obtained splendid bargains, und
some lots realized excellent prices.
It will be seen from n notice elsewhere thnt the mayor nnd fl nance
oommittee aro authorised to receive
subscriptions for the Vancouver relief
fund.   .
We understand that the members if
the Methodist Sabbath sohool in this
oity will take their annual pic-nic on
Saturday. The pic-nic will probably
go to Pitt Lake.
In consequence of the excitement
over the Vancouver disaster the customary services in the Christian Mis*
sion Union rooms wero dispensed with
last Sunday evening.
The sure effects of Ayer's Sarsaparilla
are thorough and permanent. If there
is a lurking taint of scrofula about you,
Ayer's Sarsaparilla will dislodge it, and
expel it from your system,
Mammn-"\Vhy, Nellie, how palo
you look! Have you been sick ?" Nellie (just returned from an unusually
complicated supper)—"Yes; but I un-
swallowed myself, mid Fm better."—
Life.
In addition to onr now stook of spring
foods we have opened nn invoice of
Hagonnls, West of England Broadcloths
aad Frenoh Cosslmeres, Walsh tho
Model Tailor. Hkrdkht Walsh, Mun*
«ger. ap2lta
The sohool election takes place next
Monday. It ia to bo hoped there may
be a large attendance of electors. Persons ought to interest themselves more
In matters pertaining to the education
of the youth.
A whisker dye must be convenient to
use, easy to apply, impo&Mblo to rub off,
elegant in appenmnce, and cheap in
price. Buckingham's Bye for the Wilis
kers unites iu itself all these merits'.
Try It i
Persons looking for horaeflosli should
read the advertisement of Mr, QoItU
Stone, auctioneer, in nuolhqr column.
The horses advertised for sale on Saturday are, he assures us, one td the finest
lots ever shown in this citv.
Mr. P, T. Perrott- representing tho
firm of Barbel-it Ellis, arrived a few
days ago from Toronto nor O, P, R,
Prom Farwell westward he travelled
102 miles on a hand our. Mr, Purrott
left Monday night to return hy the
annio route,
The Columbian ia going back on its
friends. It says: "Let tite next parliament be composed of men lhat will
command the respect and confidence
of the province." That is the opposition  policy. Victoria, limes.   We
are very glad thu opposition hai adopt*
ed this polioy. If it adheres to it it
cannot support tho men its orgnn denounced ns frauds in 1870 and 1880,
and who are now in tho front ranks of
tho opposition party.
Esquimalt District.— The candidates announced are: Government—
D. W. Higgins and ,0. E, Pooley; opposition, H. Helgesen and J. R. Hett;
independent, A. H. Peatt.
For thb District.—Mr. D. McGillivray, of Sumas, will bo a candidate
at the coming election for the representation of the distriot of New Westminster in the provincial legislature.
Another.- -Mr. L. A, Agossiz, of
Ferny Coombo, desires to announce
that he will be a candidate for the
provincial legislature at the approaching election for the district of New
West in ins ter.
Victoria Candidates.--The following candidates for Viotoria oity have
been announced: Government — S.
Duck, Theo, Davie,  J. H. Turner,
E. G. Prior; Opposition—Robt. Beaven, R. T. Williams, Robt. Lipsett, J.
Wriirles worth.
 .».	
Thk Branch.-- The railway road bed
in front of the city as far west as the
woollen mill is nearly completed, and
about four miles of the road is ready
for tho ties and rails. A large number
of ties have been taken Out and placed
at convenient points,
Sumas School. AA. correspondent
writes to correct a paragraph whioh
lately appeared in Tin-: Culcmbw'*-* to
the effect that Surtins sohool had been
closed on account of high water, and
tho school house Hooded. We Bland
corrected: the item referred to Upper
Sumas, and Bhould have so appeared.
And Another.—Dr. Kent, of Ladner's, announces himself a candidate
for the distriot, and his address will be
found in anothor column. There are
now 7 candidates, as follows: Jno.
Robson, Jno. Kirkland, Dr. Kent, D.
McGillivray, Jas. Orr, W. H. Ladner,
and L. A. Agassiz. Of these the electors have to elect three.
Vancouver^ Thanks. — Yesterday
Mayor Dickinson received the following telegram from the mayor of Vancouver: "Thanka, many thanks, for
ho noblo manner in which your city
has responded to our appeal for help.
Victoria has answered our call, and we
gladly welcome her response., Thanking you for your welcome help, we remain, yours gratefully, M. A. McLean,
Mayor."
A Brave Act.—When it became
evident that Vancouver would be
burnt, Mr. Henry Berry, of the Transfer Co., remembered thut there were
about 20 casks of powder stored in the
transfer stable. He hurriedly hitched
up a. team, threw in tho casks, covered
thom with blankets nnd started for
False Creok, where ho dumped them
into the water. If they had gono off
in the stable there would probably
have been great loss of life. ■
Native Villains.—-It is stated that
a number of Northern Indians helped
themselves freely to any plunder they
could lay their hands on during the
Vancouver firo. A great deal of valuable at ull* was carried off, and the Indians proceeded up the coast with their
plunder. It should be mado so hot
for these vandals that thoy will never
repeat such a dirty trick. They ought
to be pursued und compelled not only
to disgorge but to serve out the
heaviest punishment the law can inflict. Men that would do thnt sort of
thing undor the circumstances would
do worse whenever the opportunity
offered.
Citv Council.—Council metonMonday night. Present: tho Mayor and
Conns. Calbick, Elliot, L-rd, Shiles
and Bonson. The Mayor produced
telegrams from Vancouver asking for
supplies for tho sufferers, and stated
that he had sent out three wagon loads
of provisions and blankets; also from
the provincial secretary ent-uiringabout
tho naturo of the calamity.aud the
chancier of tho relief needed. The
city solicitors reported that the license
for Cross in an's theatre oould be reduced
to $15 a month aa it is of n minor
naturo. The mayor and finance committeo wero appointed toTfeceive contributions for the Vancouver relief
fund. -
Insurance. — In another column
will be found an advertisement of the
British Columbia Fire Insurance Co.,
of whioh Mr, D. S. Curtis is agent in
this city. This is a new company incorporated by an aot passed at the lost
session of the legislature. The directors are as follows: N. Shakespeare
(president), Alex. Cowan (vice-president), Jas. Abrams, Jas. Cunningham,
Win. Dalby, B. Douglas, Robt. Dunsmuir, J. B. Ferguson, A. A. Green,
J. E. McMillan, W. B. Townsend,
Wm. Wilson. The company is organized on tho mutual principle, and has
the recommendation of being a local
institution, identified with tne country. Rates, and all information, may
be obtained upon application to Mr,
Curtis.
Deep Ska Fisheries.—Throe fishermen from Newfoundland have been
for some time in this province prospecting with a view to establishing
deep sea fisheries for cod and other
fish. These gentlemen visited Burrard
Inlet and English Bay under the guidance of Mr. Thos, Mowat, superintendent of fisheries, and will shortly examine some of the cod batiks up the
coast. They propose, if the prospects
are Bufficintly encouraging, to secure a
place on English Bay to establish the
necessary appliances for drying and
curing fish on a large scale. If circumstances point to a successful issue,
about 600 fishermen from New Found-
land will oome over this season, and
several thousand may be expected to
follow. It is to be hoped the result of
the investigations of these gentlemen
may be satisfactory.
Thr Royal City.—Tho location of
Now Westminster, is such that.it cannot fail to rotaiu its importance as the
distributing point and commercial center of a large and productive seotion
of country, And it must continue to
increase both in population and consequence as the resources of the proviuce aro more fully developed. Tho
growth of tho oity has been sure,
steady and permanent, without being
subject to such sevoro fluctuations and
booms us serve to disturb legitimate
trade nud dissuniinnte false ideas. The
sito on which the city is built is a particularly beautiful and attractive one,
on tho north bank of tlie Fraser River
and about fifteen miles nbove its
mouth, (lie width of this point being
about half a mile. The ground rises
gmdually from the river bank, offering
in every direction thc moat pleasant
nnd commanding sites for handsome
residences, and of these the citizens
have not failed to avail themselves. I
doubt if thero is a place on the continent whero naturo has dono more to
aid tho architect or offer inducements
to wealth to locate a home. That,
wheu onco travel has begun in earnest
over the Canadian l\.ci(io Railway,
many will make this a temporary, if
not a permanent place, of residence,
cannot bu doubted. Tho situation is
also, omiuently healthful, and lhe
drainage, owing to the incline of the
land, simply perfect, while the supply
of clear, pure wator by the system of
water works is abundant. The reservoirs being at a considerable height,
give ample pressure to throw a stream
Biifiiok-ht to afford tho best uf protection in caso of fire. Not the least
umoiu; its many attractions for the
tourist, tho man of leisure, or ho
who would seek a holiday from business nnd a season of recreation, is the
iiMKuificent sport' to be had within
easy reach uf tho city; both thu fishing
and hunting are such at to mako it a
positive paradise in which tu spend a
season devoted to such amusements.
Tho river hero also offers the finest
of boating facilities, which can be indulged in every day the your round,
the climatic changes nnt being of auftt-*
cient soverity to interfere with such
occupations.—San Francisco Journal
of Commerce,
A Fair Pro position. —There could be
uo offer more fair than that of the pro-
rletora of Hagyard's Yellow Oil, who
ave long offered to refund evory cent
I'xpendcil for that remedy, if it fulls to
give satisfaction oh fair trial.
Police Court.—Tho record since
Friday is as follows: Lock and Nick,
two Ohinese charged with creating a
disturbance were dismissed with a! caution, as the complainant failed to appear*. Edwin Arnntt, for stealing a
pair of boots, was sent down 14 days at
hard labor. John H. Lee, d, and d.,
fined $1.60 and costs or 48 hours. The
same prisoner waa charged with vagrancy, and pleaded guilty, and sen
tence was deferrod for one month. Ah
Lock, sent down from Hope on Saturday in custody for obtaining money
under false pretences, was discharged,
as no informntion was Bent, and thero
were no witnesses. A man was charged with stealing a sewing machine, but
the case was withdrawn as it was made
to appear that tho machine had been
taken under a misapprehension, and
without criminal intent,
Vancouvfr Relikf.—At the suggestion of a number of people who
subscribed towards the Dominion Day
celebration in this city, the mayor has
called a meeting of subscribers and
committees for this evening to determine what course ought to be taken
under the new cirouraatauces.' It is
thought by many that the sums subscribed for Dominion Day ought not to
bo spent in foolishness while hundreds
of people who have lost everything by.
tho Vancouver fire ate suffering for
want of the necessaries of life. This
view is opposed, however, by others,
who maintain that the celebration
ought not to be abandoned, and that
as much could readily be collected outside of the celebration subscription
for Vancouver sufferers. Acting, uu
that belief Mr. J. A. Laidlaw drew tip
a subscription Hat on Monday afternoon
and in a few hours obtained over 8400.
Ycsterdny he left for Vancouver with
that sum, and hopes before the canvass
la completed to make it at least $1000.
, ■***.
An Important Oasb.—The pass of
the C. P. R. against J. A. Webster
was argued on Saturday aud a judgment delivered on Monday. Webster
owns land in the right of way of the
extension from Port Moody to Vancouver, and the syndicate offered him
8250 for a right of way through the
property, but the offer waa declined.
Application was then made for a warrant to place the syndicate in possession of the land, on the ground (hat
the company's charter gave it power
to construct the Vancouver extension.
The defence maintained that tho company cuuld uot proceed under its
charter, and that the line was not a
branch but au extension of the main
line. The judge dismissed the application for a warrant. Messrs, Cot*
bould and Drake appeared for the
company and ex-Governor. Richards
for the defence. It is not known
What effect this decision will have on
the extension, bat probably some settlement will be reached so that work
may not be seriously delayed.
Fire Biros. -It ia rumored that
some fir* bugs calling themselves
Knjghts of Labor are contemplating a
conflagration in this city. Word came
over from Vancouver a short time ago
that an attempt would bo made to
burn this city with a view to securing
work and plunder. The authorities
are on the look out, and any such
attempt will be met with such united
resistance nnd execration as will make
those people wish lhey had never been
born. Nu true workingman would be
guilty of contemplating suoh a fiendish outrage. Thnt is the kind of work
that belongs to the so-cnllud Scientific
Socialists, the Communists, and the
Anarchist The best way to dispose
of these firo bugs when caught is to
give them a liberal dose of their own
medicine. Let fire be met with fire,
and teach these fiends without delay
that their diabolical work -and principles will not be tolerated for au instant in this country. They are murderers just as muoh as if they had
already committed the deed, and they
should be shown no mercy. We do
not far a moment believe that there is
any connection or sympathy between
tho Knights of Labor or any other
association of working men, nnd these
social and political pests.
From Clinton.
•Corras-pouiltinee nr tlm Columbian.)
Clinton, July 12,-John Butson,
an old and respected resident of Clinton, passed away on the Oth of May
at the ago nf «7, He was a native of
Cornwall, England, and came to California in 1850. When thc gold excitement broke out in 1859 he came to
B, 0. and he has been since 1809 residing at Clinton, He was known as
an honorable And upright man and was
respected by every one who knew him,
Un Friday a Ume concourse of people
fiaid the last tribute of respeot by foi-
owiug tho remains to the grave., The
Rev. Mr. Hall and tha Rev. Mr, Kd-
wardes conducted the funeral service.
The pellbmrera were the Hon, Judge
Harrison, Mr. Soues, government
Agent, Mr, Phair, deputy-sheriff, Mr.
Boyd, Mr. Mobil Ian, and Mr. Walker.
Court meets hore on Monday.
Maids ii' waiting—those beyond
twenty-five.
Vancouver in Ashes!
IMMENSE LOSS OF LIFE AND
PROPERTY.
Seven Bodies Recovered.
tOSS OF PROPERTY UPWARDS OF 5500,000
On Sunday afternoon one of tho
most frightful calamities ever known
in British Columbia occurred within
sight of this oity. For months large
gangs of men hnve been employed
slashing tho forest on the site selected
sb the terminal city of the Canadian
Pacific Railway. Hundreds of nereis
had been slashed, aud tho hot sun of
the post few weeks had thoroughly
dried the fallen trees and prepared
material for au extensive conflagration.
Among the slash muny buildings hud
been erected without apparent regard
for the dangers of the situation. So
things had gone on for months. The
little village of Granvillu, containing
less than 100 houses and not more than
300 inhabitants hud grown up to be
a city of 3000 with 800 or 900 Iioubo-j,
On Saturday the felled timber on the
syndicate property was being burned
off, and on Sunday theae tiros were
still further encouraged in their work.
No Bpecial danger was apprehended
until between 2 nnd 3 o'clock in tho
afternoon. The wind, which had been
eradually increasing
(.mjftV TO A flALR,
carrying smoke and burning material
from the syndicate property to the
felled timber adjoining the settled portion of the townsite. This quickly
ignited, and thc conflagration spread
with a rapidity nnd resistless force that
defied all efforts of thoso who attempted to oppuso it. The wind swept long
forked tongues of flame hefore it and
carried showers of cinders and burning
splinters into the heart of tho city.
Wherever these fell, new centers of
conflagration were created, and in half
an hour the whole city,was one mass
of tierce and relentless llamu. The catastrophe was so sudden that it left the
citizens no time to save property, nnd
in many instance the inhabitants barely escaped with their lives. Some
were uot even so fortunate ns this, and
fell viotims to the devouring element
that overtook and suffocated them in
their
DKSPERATE  KLIOHT
The sceno was so terrible in all its aspects that it can nover be obliterated
from the memories of those who wit
nesaed it. The heat and roar of the
flames were terrific. Lung waves of
lurid flame swept over the whole region,
dissolving almost instantly whatever
came beneath their deathly touch.
Women ran shrieking wildly fur their
lost husbands and children, hushundB
were madly plunging through stilling
smoke and flying embers in search of
Wives and families from whom they had
become separated. Some ran towards
the foreBt for shelter, others towards
False Creek, and others took to the
waters of Coal Harbor on boats and
rafts and whatever else could bo laid
hold of. Practically nothing was saved.
In an hour from ihe ignition of the
first building, the city Iny iu ashes.
There was no time to mi ve anything,
and people fled for lifo carrying nothing but the clothes upon their backs.
There is probubly nowhere on record a
similar catastrophe in which a whole
city like Vancouver was so suddenly
and ao completely
PLOTTED Ol'T OF EXISTENCE.
There is scarcely a stick of timber left
in the" whole burnt region—nothing
but ashes and barren desolation. The
extent of the loss cannot he determined
with any sort of accuracy. The number of houses in Vancouver ia placed
all the-way from 600 to 1000, and the
destruction of property goes up as hi->li
as half a million dollars. Most of the
houses were small nud of small value,
but nothing of the contents were saved.
Stocks of goods, in some instances
worth upwards of $20,000, household
furniture, bedding, clothing, jewelry,
valuables and money—everything went
into smoke. One man had $1800 in
cash burned, others hnd smaller
amounts, and oach household lost its
most prized treasures. All the hotels,
of which there were a large number,
are completely gone, together with the
post oflico and gaol, and tho Presbyterian aud Methodist churches. Fergusons blook, that cost about $12,000,
is completely wiped out; three newspaper oflices are also gone, the only
thing in them saved being part of the
last forms of the Advertiser, There ia
nothing left of the News and Herald,
not even the books. Mr. Brown attempted to save his bonks, nud carried
them some distance but was Dually
forced to
THROW THEM AWAY.
und run for his dear lifo. The str.
Dunsmuir, which was lying at the
wharf, took a largo number of po-j*
plo over to Moodyvillo wliero they
found temporary shutter. Aa soon us
news of the disaster reached this city,
overy available team was pressed Into
service and started for Vancouver, liy
this means hundreds of homeless ones
were brought to this city, wlu-ro thoy
atill remain awaiting further developments. A good many also went to
Victorin, Nanaimo and elsewhere. Wo
are not able now to mention individual
losses, whioh wero in somo cosub very
heavy. It is believed thu entire insurance will not be more than $100,000.
The post office contained SHOO in cash
And 9200 in stumps, nil of which was
lost. There were 3 prisoners in tlu1
lockup, but thev were liberated before
the fire reached them    Only
SKVKN  ItODIBS
have so far been found in thu ruins, j
Coroner Hughes held an itn-iii-i-i on ■
these last Monday, and thu jury found
a verdict of accidental death thfdugh
suffocation and biirninir. The body of
John Cms well, formerly of Chilli-
whack, was found in a shallow well;
where he had taken refuge and died |
from suffocation. A young mnn nnuied
Johnston and his mother, an elderly I
woman, weru found iu tho same well,
The woman was alive hut badly hunted
and hns niucu died. Tho body of a
woman found was not positively identified at the inquest, but subsequently
identified as that of Mrs. Nash, whoso
husband is now in tho hospital badly
burned. The otlior 5 bodies were
badly burned And scarcely recognizable, Ono was tho body of a man, but
the sex of the other ft ur could not ho
determined. One was suppused to be
the body of a soda wsler maker named
Fawcett, formerly of Winnipeg, and
late of this oity. His wifo identified
his watch chain, whioh was tho only
mark by which ho could bo recognized.
Another body is supposed to he that of
Oeo, Bailey, barkeeper nf tho Burrard
Hold.   Of the others
NOTHINU IH-KNOWN.
C'ai-swell waa buried here on Monday,
and the others yesterday. It is believed
that three or four were drowned in attempting to reach rafts and ships in Coal
Harbor, and it is possible some others
may havo been burned without leaving
any trace whatever. Tliere are some instances of remarkably narrow escapes
and great personal bravery. The agent
of the provincial government in this city
chartered the str. Gladys on Sunday to
go to thc relief of the sufferers. She
enrried over provisions and supplies and
returned on Monday with about 60 people. The str. Dunsmuir also arrived
with 40 or SO on Monday, A large
number of houses are already going up
on thc burned ground. The day after
the fire several temporary saloons wore
in operation, and buildings are rising
everywhere. Both the Herald and Advertiser expect to issue editions thia week;
arrangements having been made to hare
the former printed at this office until a
new outfit can he received. The Adver*
User will appear as a weekly for the
prt-sent.
Dbcureb Ino ub able. —E. C. McQov.
ern, of Syracuse, N. Y., who is a well-
known resident of that place, was de-
clnred incurable by his physician, the
disease being a complication of kidney
and liver complaint. In two daya he
found relief in Burdock Blood Bitters,
and in one mouth lie entirely recovered.
School Meeting.
The annual school meeting was held
ut "Hie cm nol I chambers on Monday.
The attendance was not large,'and no
business was done except the reading
and accepting of the following annual
report:
The Board of .Trustees for tha New
Westminster PoWie and High' Schools
beg most respectfully to repdH,    :'
That the different branches of the
public schools are in a* flourishing condition, that the number of scholars that
have been in attendance daring the year
has been 313, and.the average attendance
--U, that the , children' have shown a
marked improvement in their studies
and tlie result haa been muoh more satisfactory than last year, some ]fi pupils
having passed for the high school, being
about 75 per cent, of those who offered.
With reference to the high Bchool, we
regret to have to report that this sohool
is uot in such a satisfactory condition.
There are 40 pupils on the roll with an
average attendance of 25. Our teaoher
in this department is' all that could be
desired, but iu consequence of the number of subjects that hare to be taught it
is an impossibility foi* one teacher to do
all thut is uecessary. Hence, uutil such
time as .the -government feel disposed to
give au assistant teacher bettor results
cannot be expected.
The appropriation for incidental expenses has been spent iu the usual way
and has lieen somewhat exceeded on ao*
i-u.infc of a number of extras that should
have boen paid by the lands and works;
but there .being no appropriation there
to tlio credit of the school, bills for these
amounts have been charged against the
incidental fund—consequently there are
some few accounts remaining unpaid.
There have been a number of improvements made to the school buildings and
grounds, the latter having been fenced
and a number of shade trees planted
aamnd the grounds, which in the course
of a year or two will add considerably
to the appearance of the grounds and
the comfort of the Children. The government have also set aside sn appropriation to defray the expenses of fittitfg
up another room in the old school building to he used by an assistant teacher
for tho publie schools who wilt be engaged for the ensuing term commencing
August lat.
In reviewing the past year the board
have much cause to congratulate the
publi - generally upon the position of
educational affairs in this city and tbey
take this opportunity of expressing their
high appreciation of the earnest efforts
of all tlie teachers to advance their pupil-; and make the schools nnder their
charge (what they aro to-day) second to
none iu the province, i
In conclusion, the trustees would most
earnestly call the attention of the parents of pupils in attendance at the public school to the advisability of being
present at all examinations, as their
presence on such oceasiois gives encouragement to both teachers and pupils and
evinces an interest in the school and the
cause of free education.
A Growing Kvii..—Sorofula, or king's
evil, as an enlargement of. the glands of
the neck is termed, may be called* growing evil in more than one sense; Ain,
Henry Dobbs, ot Berridale, was cured of
enlarged glands of' 'tlie neck and sore
throat hy tho internal and external use
of Hagyard's Yellow OU.
Communication*.
The Coming Contest.
Editor Columbian.—You will'please
allow me to say to the electors of New
Westminster District that, unless a Iwtter
sample of men than are yet spoken of,
offer themselves to represent tbe district
in the next parliament, I will be obliged
to oome out myself as a candidate. And
allow me to intimate that, should I offer
myself, it will uot be in the interest of
cither the ins or the out*, but simply In
tho interests of the people) and more
especially for the purpose of waking them
up to a sense of their danger at this par
tinilar juncture in tho affairs of this
province. It is as true uow as ever that
"people perfah for lack of knowledge."
Jamks Kknnkdv.
Are We civilized T
Kditor Comwrian.—Lsst evening
there wns a funeral procession on Columbia street, following thereuuiuBofaman
wlm lost his life in the terrible disaster
which swept over Vancouver on Sunday.
While this sorrowful procession moved
along Columbia street, there was a saloon
on I-rout street with a band in front of it
playing lively popular airs This occurred-
11 mo and to many other citizens as an
joe*disable exhibition under the circuit!-
stances, and shows a great want of proper
feeling ou the part of the pen-on engaging
tii'- buid, 1 think such levity might be
dispensed with for a few days in view of
the deaths und distress of our sister city.
Thu workingmen j of whom I am one,
should not let such an occurrence pass
unheeded,
(iKo. Vts. Sinclair,
.Linu loth.
(JnsisKAND CniLiri.— Quinine is the
popular remedy for chill fever, but it
doos not always cure. Esquire Peltou,.
of i :vms Lake, Michigan, took in all 600
grains of quinine for chronic chills and
mnhirial fever. After tbat anil various
other remedies had failed, five bottles of
Burdock Blood Bitters cured him.
Teacher—How many elements are
thore ? Littlo boy—Water, fire, earth,
air, nnd—There isn't any other element, ia there? Little Boy—Oh,yes,
there is; there's the lawless element in
Ohicogo.— Team Sifting*.
A Complicated Cass.—Hany Ricardo
of Mcaford, Ont, testifies that he sutler
ed fmm rheumatic gout and chronic
trouble of tho stomach aiid liver, which
Iturdoek Blood Bitters effectually cured,
after all other tried remedies had failed.
u-smioun
Mm FIM ML PUTS OF THE WCTU.
Bki.fa.-it, June 11.—Thc associated
press reporter detailed to remain on tho
scene of the riots; at five o'clock this
morning reported as follows: I remained
among the rioters all night. The great-
eat damage in the way of wrecking aud
looting was done along Shank hill and
Corn road. Fighting in both thoroughfares was desperate anil continuous. The
mob was composed of the lowest ruffians.
The boyonets of the police had no terror
for them, and in many cases I saw the
mob in overwhelming numbers press up
against the bayonets and drive the polioe
back. The only instance ia which the
polioe drove the mob at all, so far as I
could observe, were those in which the
officers In compact line fired buckshot at
close range in rapid volleys. These the
rioters could not stand against and they
were driven baok. Even under such a
galling fire tbe rioters would drrp to the
pavements and rush upon the police while
they were reloading. It jb impossible to
describe the state of terror under which
the respectable Catholic people in Belfast
are now living, in consequence of the prevailing anarchy, the outcome of bigotry,
Tlie bravest men hardly dare venture out
doors in daylight even. 1 know that
scores of people were ahot during last
night's riots. I saw ten taken to the
hospitals this morning. It is feared that
every funeral of a victim of the riots may
cause fresh rioting. Law-abiding citizens
demand of the government the appointment of a special commission to inquire
into the causes of the wholesale disorder.
Fighting of this kind in such close range
baa to be practically hand-to-hand, continued uunil two o'clock in the morning.
When daylight began to dawn so many
of the rioters disappeared as to leave the
mob insufficient in streagth to louger cope
with tlie armed police, who succeeded in
dispersing it. My observation shows the
mob last night was composed of the very
scum of Belfast. I saw members of it
throw stones weighing to or 20 pounds.
I even saw the fiends hurling rocks at the
?;allant firemen who were imperilling their
Ives in attempting to save buildings from
destruction by the Incendiary tires and
the helpless inmates from horrible death.
If --anything else were wanting to prove
the character of the mob it could he furnished by thc dozen citizens I saw during
the night sneaking away from the wracked and burning building, laden down with
loot.
London, June 11.—Chamberlain's electoral manifesto was made publio this
evening. It declares the government
Irish proposals had been condemned in
advance by every liberal statesman in
tbe country. Mr, Parnell has requested
tbe publication of the following: '' I positively deny that I sought an interview
with the Earl of Carnarvon, I also differ from the earl as to two conditions
upon which he alleges was based the
Interview, namely, that he wan acting on
liis own responsibility, and that he declined to hear or say one word to the
detriment of the union. The Earl of
Carnarvon did not lay down the conditions previously. I admit tliere was a
foundation for the third condition mentioned ; thut is: he hoped it was understood that he was not engaged in making
any treaty or bargain. Earl Carnarvon
said he sought the interview to ask my
views as to the constitution for Ireland,
It was Boon obvious he wished to give
hts own views. Replying to un inquiry
iu regard to the proposal to establish a
central legislature founded upon counter
boards I ssid that I did not think Ireland
would accept that as a settlement; that
\ke central body ought to he a parliament
in name, and in mot having power to
deal With the local government of countries. Earl of Carnarvon stated that this
waa Ins own view, addiug greatly to the
weight of Irish opinions. He also suggested basing the parliament of Dublin
on the oolonlal model. His opinion on
this point struck one as being the result
of much thought and study. I remarked
the protection of certain Irish industries
from English and foreign competition
would be absolutely necessary. Tbe Earl
replied, " I entirely agree with yon ; but
what a row there would be in England."
I then left, believing that we wore In
complete accord upon the main outlines
for the plans of the settlement of the
Juestion of the government of Ireland.
have reason to believe that the Earl
impressed his views upon the cabinet,
and that many of his colleagues shared
his views, also that the Earl resigned the
lord-lieutenancy of Ireland because we
did not give the conservatives a majority
at the polls. I spoke at Wicklow, and
during the elections, under the impression that I had gained from that interview.
London, June 12.- The government
has placed the districts terrorized by the
mobs in the province of Ulster under
martial law. Gladstone has gone to
spend his holiday at the country seat of
tha nephew of the Earl of Granville, at
Dorking in Surrey. He will return to
London on Wednesday next,
-AT-
D. DRYSDALE & CO'
ALSO,
A NICE STOCK OF LADIES' JERSEYS.
■*g->0nr Assortment of DRV tiOOI
is now complete.
A full Hub ol lllack tnd Colored Cashmeres, Black Brock and Plain Si
Blaok and Colored Satins, Ottoman Dnm Gooda, French Foule Cloth,
Nun's Veiling, Jersey Olotli, New Lace Dreii Gooda; in
Sateens, Calicoes, and Piques ire have * fnll line;
Table Linen, Towela and Napkin,, Lace Cur- .
tains and Curtain Nat, Hosier-,
Cortata and Underwear.
D. DRYSDALE & CO., - NEW WE8TMM8TI
TBAPP BROS. OLD STAND.
Selling Off!   Selling!
Ul
BC
CD
Hioh PiUisK.--Mrs. John Neelands,
writing from the Methodist Parsonage,
Adelaide, Ont., says: "I have used Hag
yard's Pectoral Balsam in our family for
yeors. For heavy colds, sore 1111*0818
and distressing coughs uo other medicine
so soon relieves."
AFTER DINNER.
- Perrons who suffer from Indigestion
can arrest the progress of that tmlnfnl
malady hy thc use of an after-dinner
pill, so composed that ft will give tone
tothe stomach, prevent heartburn, rouse
the liver to heitlthful action, invigorate
the kidneys,and lhus, through the activity
of these organs, promote tho natural
mnvenieut of thc stomach snd bowels.
Ayfk-s Tills nre so roninounded that
their action, though mild, effectually produces tho above results. They -also, in
curing Constipation, remove the cause of
Biliousness, Uver Complaint, Kidney 1>Ih-
t'HM\ Itliciimut ixin, and niiinv other serious
ailments,
AYER'S PUIS
contain uo mineral nor poisonous sub*
stance, and do not gripe unless tbe
bowels arc irritated, ami even then their
influence is lieiilfue. To continue tlieir
cflfcet In constipated or chronic esses, they
need only be taken in diminishing instead
of Increasing doses. For seamen, and inhabitants or travelers fn sparsely settled
countries whore physicians nro not at
hand, thev are of ine^thnable value.
There Is hardly ii sickness they will not
alleviate, and fn most ruses cure, if taken
promptly. To joiuig girls just entering
upon womanhood, mid to women whose
period of maternity is drnwtur to a close,
Ayer's Pills, In moderate dosi'', merely
sufficient to ensure regular notion ot the
bowels, will bo found of
Incalculable Value.
FRBPARKD SY
Dr. J. O. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Him
Sold by all Druggists.
ar*TOTlCB
TO MAD CONTRACTORS,
j thc iinilersiKnednptonoonofNATUH-
JAY tho Mli JNRT., tor repairs to tlio
road between Hauling*uml Vancouver.
Speelfleatlonrt onu be seen nntl forms fnr
tender obtained at the government Offlee,
New Westminster nml Vancouver, anil at
thetlrlirhtnn Hotel, Hastings,
The loweot or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
C. WARWICK.
(fovernm_
New Westminster, June 11,18S9,
POR      OJ3L-SXX!
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT
M Ti IXT TIffiTY MB
JAMES ELLARD* CO.
ARK  SOW   SHOWING  A  OOMPtETK STOOK  IN  EVER**
DEPARTMENT, ONE OP THE ItARGEST AND BEST
ASSORTED IN THE  PROVINCE, AND AT;.r
(ET OOST   PRICES.-*g|
FRENCH, GERMAN AND ENOLISH DRESS 800DS;
Aw.y Down ia Price.
OlLliO *   Both BlMk and Colored, .1 Bottom Prices.
LACE TRIMMIN8, LACE ALL-OVERS, ORIENTAL LACES,
FANCY NETS, AC.:
Everything new tnd lovely. This Department far surpasses any previous season's efforta and cannot be equalled iu Ihe Province. Ladies,
see for youmlvee.
HOSIERY, GLOVES, LADIES' UNDERWEAR, AC.:
A truly grand stock, in every make.
8ENTS* FURNISHMOS, COLLARS, TIES, HANDKERCHIEFS,
UMBRELLAS:
AU choice and cheap.
" 111 W lo'.   Thi* department ia full of all Ihe latest and moat beautiful
deaigJoa.
CORSETS:
Away Doirn in Price.
STAPLE OOODS:
This Department should not be forgotten. Thu stuck of Cottons, Sheetings, Diapers, Napkins, etc., etc., is always must complete and all sold
at vory low prices.
LATIIKS ilont't fail to come and secure Bargains before buying elsewhere.
N. B.   All I Jot da entered on the Books will bs charged at regular prices,
.inl* MMia tUJUID * 00„ 10MW HWK, WW IKITMMTH
HAVINO CONCLUDED TO GIVE UP
bualiieaa I ahall sell ths entire stook
constating of Dr)- Goods, Clothing, Men's
Knrnlahlng'Gooda, Boot., sir lien, otc, at
25 Per Cent.
Below Cost.
Suite from 1*5.00 upwards.
14 yards best Print, for $1.00
14 " " White Cotton.. 1.00
14 " " Brown " .. 1.00
10   "    No. 1 heavy Drilling, 1.00
10   "    Canton Flannel  1.00
Best 8/4 Bed Sheeting, 2fic. per yd,
Fine Children t Shoes, 75c. per pair,
Fine " Straw Hats, 25c. eo,
10 pair Ladies' Stockings, all colors,
fortl.00.
10 pair Men's Books for (1.00,
Men's White Shirts, 75c. eaoh.
Beit blue, gray and brown Overalls,
75c. per pair.
Gem tu mmn Bu-fflu
tsttart we flow onr store.
G. LEISER.
New Wait minster, May 18, IB8B.
myiote
HERRING'S
Drug Store!
NFW PRICE LIST.
1K0THIR (UU BIll'CTiaX FOR
MM MM.
WARNERS SAFE CURK, Me
WARNER'S SAFE PIUS, Ite
AYER'S HAIR VIGOR, 8So
BURDOCK BlrOOD BITTERS,      Mc
VEGETABLE DISCOVER Y, N.t L.,Mo
AVER'S SARSAPARIIXA, 90c
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL,    .HOo
ALLAN'S LUNG BALSAM, 90c
JAYNES' EXPECTORANT, 90c
PIERCE'S MEDICAL DlSOOVIRY,B0c
HALL'S HAIR VIGOR, * jjMc
HOYT'S COLOGNE (Leijr). ' : , 7«o
HOP BITTERS, , ;   juk
DIAMOND DYES, 3 for       ,;.   fjJkr
And muyotken.
a-ri'liyalcians' PreMAittau accuiately
dispensed from pare Kagltti I*Mga at
nawnabls priew. ' " :"'
A. M. aMRMNO, •
]n«to l*b«-iri**M,N.W,,8,C. Scientific Socialists.
Tlni< following is a purtipuof thd
report of the*Seattle grand jury wliich
waa presented to Judge P, Hoyt on
June 5th and caused quite a sonsiUiuit.
Tho revelations which it contains,
although of a highly sensational character, are said tu be founded upon evidence which cannot be disputed:
.. . . To the Hon. J. P. Hoyt, judyo presiding in the district court holding
■ terras a*-**Seattle-May term, AD*
1886. Unanimous leport uf tho L nited
States grand jury.
In our investigation of crimes --row-
ing out of the expulsion of Chineso
people from Seattle and Puget Sound,
we havfe bad much evidence, both doou-
mentary and oral, before ua, revealing
tho existence throughout thia country
of a treasonahlo organi/ution "kik.wii as
the "Red American Industrial Workmen's association." Belonging to this
-■' organiaatum is a body of meu calling
themselves "Scientific Socialists." The
headquarters uf the Scientific Socialists
on this coast is in Sau Francisco. This
association, with all its branches, is
essentially anarchal in theory and practice. The main articles of the creed
aro arson, robbery and murder. Its
proclaimed purpose is tho ovortlirow of
our government and tho erection upon
its ruiUB of a so-called socialistic com
monwealth. The tirst move uf this so-
called socialistic commonwealth is confiscate all property, and the policy pursued by this association is to secure
control of all labor organizations, and
particularly the "Knit/hts of Labor,"
to see to it that officers uf all labor or*
(•Mnteatiuns are choseti from the Scientific Socialists, to employ every means
to produce discontent among the people, aud to stir up un all occasions and
at all times as mucYstrifo and agitation as poasibto,
More than 4 ye-ftr ago the Pacific
•„   .fflwst.waa selected as.ifk niqkt favorable
ground oa vMch' to -start the move*
ment foradtwreriiohof the government.
-   !-£ut fall branches of this organization
were established at Seattle, Tacoma,
Olympia and other points on Puget
Sound.  Agitation of the Chinese question waa to be made at onco, as a pretext or cover for the treasonable operations of the band of Scientific Socialists.   The  latter organizations were,
unknown  to  the  main body of  tlie
. y4. membra, .systematically w.orked   to
promuti tne treasonable objects and
purposes of the "Scientific Socialists."
*" All;distarlMnco8 and outrages oa Puget
'■'■ Soiintf for: tlw last six (nonths, nriBii)g
*-*   nominally from agitation of the Chinese question, were really fomented,
incited, guided and produced by this
infamous  association.   The real aim
and designs of this association have
been studiously kept from the knowledge of the real workingmen of tho
labor organizations.
The Scientific Socialists, as it ia declared in their secret aud confidential
instructions sent out from tho executive center in San Francisco,, and which
we had before tis, aim.to destroy
private ownership in houses, lands,
mines, machinery and all 'kinds of
property. To thiB end they announce
that when once thoy are established in
power the firat act will be-to burn all
books wherein the title of private persons to lands are recorded. The legislative, executive and judicial departments of ".the government"are to,he
supplanted by Vp-ublic functionaries."
Thete functionaries are, in the name
of the people, to control every affair of
life, and to organize and operate all industries. Money iB to be abolished
and its placo filled by "labor notes."
The .merchandise-, manufactured articles, raw material and machinery now
on hand are to be confiscated and distributed, under direction of the public
functionaries. The printing press iB tu
be under like control. Every affair of
life is to be superintended by the government. '' Iri" Briofi the individual is
to be absorbed in the state.
It needB no philosopher to understand that such a system is a gigantic
despotic corporation, moro cruel than
the world .has ever yet Been; that to
destroy individuality end merge it into
the state is to crush out honorablo
aspiration, individual effort, nnd will
in the end uproot the homes, make
, -man a mere maohine, destroy the civilization of the nineteenth century, nnd
finally reduce man to savagery.
The "Scientific Socialists," or "Red
American International Workmen's association," are, as shown by unmistakable documentary evidence hefore
ns, emanating. from,, the executive
headquarters, under the charge of Secretary Sigismund Danielewitz, 715
Montgomery avenue, San FranciBco,
secretly instructing their deluded, ignorant and brutalized followers, "in
.Uie means of practically applying dynamite;" how to seize armories and
military stores; how to prevent the
departure of troops from central points
to preserve order in the centers of insurrection; and how to imprison and
destroy men of property nnd influence,
To accomplish this end, this Red
* association instructs its members to be
particularly active in labor organizations. "Every white card No. l,(one
of its degrees) ought to be in fact n
leader. If possible, he should control
some trades' union or organization
moulding it carefully into such shape
that it may bo of use in time of struggle."' So reads a secrot circular of instruction.   ,*.*,
This red-handed body of assassins
hare settled on. our' portion of the
Union as the point of attack.   Tboy
say in their secrot circular: "The P«-
"   oifio coast particularly, by reason of
ito particular",popuWieu, its natural
wealth, its position, is such that » few
determined men could isolate it frum
the balance of the world for months uf
j timo, and the*agitation already started
. lower its whole area as peculiarly fitted
tu be first to. lead off in tho active
work when the time fm* that work shall
•rfl-J'doifcA*,f '"   .'.•'    _ __l     ' '
...Ulj.L-Jl-l.-i     	
The Tammany Dhier.
New* Vork, -Tune 1.—John Kelly
died at 3:20 o'clook thisi afternoon.
His wife was with him,   Sho is seriously ill. , -Joho Kelly was 55 years
old at the time uf his denth.     His
father - Immigrated to New York from
Ireland in 1708.   He was educated at
a Catholic school, and though possessed
in nis boyhood of a strong, and it is
'■aid, stubborn will, he' wns of \i'quiet
and retiewtf disposition.    He joined
the  volunteer' hre  department, and
wm oaptfun oft target-company wiled
the Carroll Guards.   He joined the
Irish rola»fcWi!*wfeS*«* on/wtfount
of m dispute, and became captain or
,,tl*iI»«rtt<<UMd*; *'In tho'Kiibw*
Nothiwf riots Kelly cameto-thi.front
oi ft champion of the Irlih Catholics,
and defended old St. Patrick's Cathedral at the head of an armed force
against a mob who attempted to burn
It down.   Later on Ke'tWtWI the right
. of the Irish An»r$flm ftiteW'rW
Voting in the presence of a large crowd.
"Hb Alt' venture in politics was when,
he w a$ acandidatefor wardMtfiior
against tbe Tammany,Hall candidate,
fiewu dtifeated, Mf .ram agaiu for
assistant  alderman, being again de-
fiated.    Ill 190$; however, he waa
elected a member uf tho board of
aldermen. In 185*1 he was elected to
eoijgress ngainst Walsh.
At 36 lie was-a strong, rawboned
man, with rosy cheeks, a limi jaw,
clear eye, nnd awkward manners. Ho
became lees intolerant and more diplomatic in liis address. Hu became
the leader of Mozart Hall, and was
re-elected to congress iu 1807. During
tbis. term ho wns. elected aberiff of the
city and county. At the expiration of
tho shrievalty ho wont abroad and
spent his timo in the study of the arts
and scicncc-i and political economy,
attaining considerable scholarship, Not
long after the downfall of tlie Tweed
ring, Mr. Kelly's well-known character and capacity secured bim the leadership of the New York city Democracy. Since his chieftanahip of Tammany, be hold the olliee of comptroller.
His term of ofiiee expired a year ngo.
Mr. Kelly was married twice. His
present wifo, whom ho married in 1877,
is a niece of Cardinal McCloskey.
Tlie Fishery Dispute.
Montuka.,, June IJ.—A very independent spirit is manifested by Carta1
dinna in the discussion uf thb fishery
question. "This matter infest bo settled as Canada wants it settled, ur nut
at all," said Hon. Peter Mitchell,
mem bur of parliament and ex*minis-.
ter of marine and fisheries, to-day.
"It will not be us England says but as
Canada wishes, the Granvillea und
Kiuibarleys to tho contrary notwithstanding. England dare not oppose
us in this, Wu know our.rights, and
,will maintain thom. at1 any cost. I do
not infer tlint Canada desires a tilt with
the United States; on the contrary,
the interests of thqjwu..countries are
so closely nllied that it is to our interest Ui he on the most friendly terms.
I do do not think there is anything in
the present, situation tu give cause for
seriouB apprehension and I believe the
whole matter will be adjusted amicably,
but in the meantime certain things
must be considered. I know American statesmen regnrd Canada dimply
as a dependency of Great Britain whicli
will bo forced to do just as she says.
Tbey were never moro mistaken. We
have a large country aud the time has
passed when our rights can be ignored
by the mother country. The Caunda
of to-day is not the OajiaHn of .twenty
years ago, and the English leaders
will mifkethefliecovery'.'if they attempt
to tTiij^with-oiir interests. As tu thu
seizure, of the pavid J. Adams in the
ftrst'inatance, I'hnvc'taken the-ground
from the start that the seizure waa
made without any authority of law.
Sho was seized tirst for buying bait,
and thej*r when -it WOB found that sho
could'" iiot- be held legally on that
ground, the charge was changed to
violation of tho revenue laws for being
more than twenty-four hours in port
without making entry at the custom
house.
','\Yhat conditions will Canada do-
mniid in thq event of a conference V
was asked.
"A free entry for tish intu American
ports; also lumber and other commodities. In other words something
commonsurnte with the privileges Canada grants to tho United States. Unless something ia granted by the Am*
erican congress, your,fishermen will be
.driven forcibly, if necessary, out of
our'*waters, ao party could remain
in- power a day in Onnnda that would
permit any othor course. It is more
than probable that Senator Frye is not
working so much in the interests of
the New England fishermen as to stir
up bad feeling against Canada und demit the s-'Ctiun in the new tariff bill
before congress placing Canadian lumber on the free list."
When asked about the threatened
secession of Nova Scutia,,M,r..Mitcholl
said it would he impossible "jfFhe Canadian provinces are bound ns firmly
together as tho states of the union,
and any overt act of secession would
be summarily suppressed.
A Critical Moment iU Anttetam
"The Federals fought with wonderful
bravery and tho Confederates clung to
their ground with heroic courage us
hour nfter hour they were mown down
like grass. The fresh troops of Mc*
Clellan literally tore into shreds the
already ragged army of Leo, but the
Confederates never gave back.
"I remember at une time they wero
surging up against us with fearful numbers. I was occupying the left over
by Huod, whose ammunition gave out.
Ho returned to get a fresh supply.
Soon after tho Federals moved up
ngainst us in great masses.
"Wo wero under the crest of a hill
occupying n position that ought to
have been held by from-.four to six
brigades. The only troops there were
Cooke's regiment of North Carolina
infantry without a cartridge. As 1
rode nlong ttio Iim* witii my etafl' 1 saw
two pieces of the Washington artillery
(Miller's battery), but there was not
enough men to man them. Tbo gunners hnd been either killed or wounded. This was a fearful situation for
the confederate center. I put my stnfl
oflicers to the guns while 1 held tlieir
horses. It was easy to see thnt if thc
Federals broke through our line there
the Confederate army would be cut iu
two nnd probably destroyed, for wo
were already badly whipped and weru
unly holding our own by sheer force nf
desperation. Cooke sent mo word that
his ammunition was out, I replied
that ho must hold his position ns long
as he hsd a man left. ■ He responded
that he would shuw his colors as long
as there was n man alive to bold them
up. Wu loaded up our little guns with
canister and sent a rattle of hail into
the Federals as they camo up over the
crest of the hill.
"There* wns more business to the
square inch in that littlo battery thnn
in any 1. ever saw, and.it shot harder
and faster and with n soil of human
energy as it -teemed to realize that it
wns to hold.the thousands uf Federals
at bay or the battle was. lost. So
warm was the reception wo gave thorn
that tbey dulged back behind thuureBt
of the hill Wu s night to mako them
believe we had mnny batteries bufure
thom instetid of only two little guns,
As tho Federals would coinu up lhey
would seo tlm i dors of the Nortii Carolina regiment waving plicidly and.
then would leceivo a shower of cHiiio'
ter. We ninile it lively while il lusted.
In the meantime fJen. Chilton, Cen.
lee's chief of staff,/made his way tu
ino and asked,.'Where nre the troops
yon are holding your line with?' 1
pointed tn my two pieces nnd to Cook's
regiment and replied, 'Theru thuy nre;
but tlint regiment hasn't a cartridge.'
Chilton's oyelj popped as though thoy
would come out of hii head, he struck
■purs into his horse and away bo went
to Gen. Lee, After a little a abut camo
across the Federal front, plowing the
ground in a parallel line. Another and
aiititlier, each nearer end nearer their
line,,' This was from a battery nn I).
H. tint's line!' Tliis enfilade fire, so
diettissititf to soldiers, soon beat back
tlU attacking column.''—Cen. Ltwj-
street irt:6Vtif »irtf for June.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
ihis powder never varies! A marvel ot
pUrlty*strength and whoiesomeuoss. More
aeonomleal than the ordinary kinds,nnd
win not lie sold iu [-ompoilllou with the
iiiullltniW'o* luw tost, short weight alum
ni- liliosi-hi-lc powders. Hold only lu cans.
UoyalIukino I'OWIIKII C'o.,lotiWu
New York.
WullHt.,
sfi'ly
Notice to the Public.
JAMES MOltHIHON who hns heen tot
llfteou years immiKed In the City of
Now-WestmlnstoD as Conveyancer, Lund
amIGeiHTiil Af-ent, A net Inn per and Col-
leetorof I tents. Di-hts, Ar., has removed to
Vancouver Citv. He has had ooiiHlilernhle
•n-iieliee in the Counly and l'ollee Conrl-s;
and as his <;li!in*i's were always moderate
he Iio-iCm for a --outlnuiUn-e of jiuhtle con-
lideiu-e. His iittlees nre over IVIr. Wilson's
Moil-, Vancouver City.
Vancouver Clly,-llli Muroh, 1880.
' inhfltc
eThutoherson,
NTTHHEUYMAN' & OYsAhYV. IN
Fruit antl Oninm-t-iilnl Trees,
Ladneits Landing, B. O.
1-tHB fcUHHOEtUlEft  WISHES TO IN-
form tlm people of ltiillsti Columhla
tlml lie lies established a Nursery at Lnd-
ni-i-'s I.imdliiK. nml In prepared to lill
all orders f-n* Fruit Trees, Omniai-ntal
Tr---'s. Shrubbery, Vines, Small Fruits,
Ae. Trees imported or home grown ac-
curd Iim lothe wishes) of enstomew. The
suhsi-rlber has had a Minrough pruotloal
truliiliKj in Uie business, nnd liavltiK a
pormauent strike In the country it is his
Interest tn deal fairly Witli tho public. He
will waitiipon the various towns nnd Bet*
tb-in.iiis shortly, and all orders will have
lii-j iiersiintil attention.
nui2tij E. HUTCHEItaON.
ALBION
IMBLE WORKS
JAMES miIEK, Proprietor.
MONUMENTS, HEAD STONES, TOMBS,
TAHLETS ANP CHOSSBS, FUR*
NITI'llK MARBLE, Ae.
Persons living itt a dint mice, by sending
a description of what they wish, cnu have
(li-si-Mis. price'., etc., furnished on application. All work ifuurnntced equal to any
nn the 1-aeillc. Coast, it lul at reasonable
rates.   X, 11,—"No agents employed.
Gordon Street, Victoria, B. (!.
Opp. St, Andrew's l-rcsbyteilun Chuivh.
nib Ule
TAKE NOTICE
ipll.VT MY YOUX(J STAIJ.IOK
"SIR STAFFORD"
Will Maud Ihu season froili thc 1st day
uf Muy lotlie :10th June, lu
CHILLIWHACK AND 8UMAS
Teriii«,87.f)tJ,$l0niul$15.
D. Vf. MII.LKH.
Sumns, a C Miit-ch tl, 1880.        mhlOtc
To Horse Breeders I
rjlllKllKNKIt.Wrillil'OSKHTALUON
"YOUNG TUPPER'
Will iiiulto the season of IW, week ubout,
tn'twni;ii I'hllliwhnck Laudltit,' and Lnngley, Fraser Hlver.
"Young Tupper" Is rlslni* (I yearn oltl«
wclnhs I.V-ailis., lion uiny color; Is a sur«
f<i:i! '--etter; stands hi hands:) lin-hes hl(*h;
of cse-'lleiit action and KentledlspoMtIon.
His Hire and dnm were Imported from
Oregon: she, a Cleveland buy; dnm.-Nor-
mnn Mocl..
Terms for Henson .*. $30
Intiuran'ce *>>
Single Hervlce 10
••■U-Senj-on will hccln 1st Mny nail and
1st August.
UEORfJR A. COUGHIMj,
Owner.
Nicola, Mareh 2lid, ls-.ii. mh'21
axx*=~7—
JACKSON'S
BBBT
Navy Tobacco.
We call the attention of eon sin tiers to
the superior chewing qualities uf this must
excellent Tobacco. Samples will be sent
frae by applying to I, A K. WEKTHKPI-
EB» 3M aad 3M Front mtttei, Ban Iran-
clRCOi Cal., Bole Agents for Pacific Coast.
The gooda aro for Hale hy all the principal Jobbers In British Columbia.
-Ui'ly
T. N. HlBBEN & CO.
AND GENERAL DEALERS IN TIIE
many varieties of stook indirectly
connected with the abovo,
Having studied the best murketsfor the
pilot quarter of a eentury, economy In
purchasing has been attained by Importing in quantities direct from the publishers uud manufacturers, and uo pains Is
■pared to keep a full nnd woll-selecicii
stock.
Old Masonic Building, Goverment St.
VICTORIA, 6. C.
-flVThe following New Books just received; CaaadU* Plcium- by MnrvuU
•f Lorne; Treasary of Songi liraw's In-
rivalled Family Atlas. oe20tc
MVM COUMBMN
HOSPITAL!
NEW WESTMINSTER
Board of IH reel or*, iimvimiwi
W.N. BOLE, President,
iJ. W. HARVEY, Vlce-I'i-eshlent.
Vf. H. KEAUY-Ht-C.-Ticns.,
MESflufl. JAB. CUNNlNOHAM.
o.e. connour.D.
CM. UnNAUOHTKN,
H. ELLIOTT.
KXTi-KMKN'.—In presenting our report
 18*1, we he-,- tu state that II becomes n
neeesMlty that provision should be mnde
for greater ncconiniodntlun nnd more
funds, if tile Institution Is to keep pace
with the growing requirements,
TliflRtewnrd has performed Ills duties
acceptably to the Directors, nnd the Hospital hits been kept In us etn>l>*nt eun-
lltloit as tho promises admit. j ;
The Butvcon lias been attentive in his
duties anil rep rts a largn luei-ease In the
iiumburof In-door nnd out-dour patients.
The Dim-tors notice thut. patients from
all parts of the province seek admittance
nt tills institution, notwithstanding that
similar institutions nre located lu nt least
four otlicr parts of the province; nnd its to
the nationalities of tho patients, the re--i.s-
trv shows thut citizens fnim all part.-) of
the -world have been admitted.
A great number of Improvements liave
been made during the yenr, A house has
been built for the .Steward, by which the
up-stnir rooms uf thc Hospital are used as
fever wards. The foundations of the
buildings have been thoroughly uvcr-
hnulediuid repaired; the two lnri*e wards
hnvo been wafnscottcd nnd nre filled with
patients, in fnct tbe Hospital has heen
crowded through lhe wliole year.
A drain to the river Is imperatively ne-
ecRsnry, also wash und drying honso,
woodshed, Ac. These improvements must
bo managed tho comliiR year.
The Board desire to tliunk Holy Trinity
Church congregation, Choral Union, nnd
Port Moody Litem ry Society for amounts
received from them, nnd the following
ludleo and gentlemen for old clothes,
linen, quilts,eushlnus, h-joks, papers and
fierlodlcals: Mcsdnmcs Townsend, Dick-
iison, Bentley, I). Hennessey, .1. Cniihlng-
lintn, Wintemute, Ilonson. ('uiumlnt's,
Suter, Baker, McNaughten, C. Kobson, M.
Thain, 8. Cawley, Society of Little Helpers, Moodyville. the members of tho Hap*
list congregation. New Westminster, nnd
to Messrs. 1. B. Fisher, W. J. Armstrong,
S. Trupp, /*.N. Hall, and W, H. Keary.
Annexed find Surgeon's nnd Treasurer's
roport and statement.
W. IL KEARY,
Hon. Secretary.
(LIMITED)
(LATE DEBECK BROS. & GO.)
Mills iiiiiI OUIit at Snpnnrliin, one
mllf Irani Now wrutmlntlrr.
llrancli l.nmlirr Kara nl Yanconver,
SIAKUKAflTIJIlKllS ANDtlKALKllR IN
AM. KINDS OI'
Rough and Dressed
LUMBER
Shingles
Sim kes.
liHtlis.
rickets,
SiLIPIOIES
Doors.
Windows.
■ .  minds.
Piloul«ilngs.
Brackets.
KnliiMters.
Antl everything In tho Wood Line re-
([iiired fer liutldiug pnrpMe-',
Hi I, DrBROK,
mlititc Manager,
ltOYAL ClU.t-MIilAN Husi'IT.t 1..
Nkw WBBTMinsTfcit,
Mth April, 1880.
To the Member* of thc Board of Mreetor*:
Gfntlrmrn'.—Ihuvc tho honor to niaki
the following report on the Iloynl Columbian Hospltul for the year i-niHu-* S1b|
March, lHStl:
Number of Indoor Patients .7.1
* Outdoor    "      o<l
"    ramniulng under treat men t,S4i
"    died 7
CAUMFMOF DKATItor TIIK HKVKS WHO
DlKii:—Old Arc, 1; Softening of llrain, I;
Aneurism, 1; KnllwnvAecldeiit.l; Paralysis, I; Horn-ml Debility, I; Chronic Alcoholism, I; total, 7.
1 have to thank you for oarrylngout tlio
stiKBentlons tu my Inst year's report. The
wards up-stalrs lmvo been found very useful, and with n little repair thoy would bo
nit we could wish for. lhe Steward's
houso Is quite comfortable nnd Is well
worth the outlay both to ihe Hospital nnd
to the Ktewnrd und his family.
The walnscottlng ot tho wards downstairs is a grent Improvement.
Again I have great pleasure in thnukln-*
a number of friends nf tlie Hospital for
presents of clothps, old linen, pictures.,
Hook*, papers, Ac, Ac, I have nlso to
ihank tbe Steward, Mr. Charles lUiri.y,
for his constant attention tothoclcanil-
ness of thc tmlhltng nnd his watchful enre
of the sick nnd his promptness In carrying out all my directions.
I am sorry that you have not been nbli
lo undertake tho construction of n thorough system of dralnn--t> nbout and from
tltf Hospital; but I believe It Is your In
ten thin to do so us soon ns possible, f, ■*.
whon sufficient funds arc In tuiiiil.
Dominion   Lands in
Britisli Columbia.
NOTICE IS HVIU3BY GIVEN BY Direction of tln> Honorable the Minis-
tor nf the Interior thnt the operation of
the provisions of the Hoinestvitdiug
clauses, numbered in to '24 inclusive, of
the Itegttlatlans for llio Utsposul of Dominion Lands within tlie Hallway Belt In
t his Province, has been extended by Order
in Oounoll so ns to nu.lce tliese clauses
applicable to hunts settled upon until lst
July, 1H87.      JUHl-U-H W TllirTCH,
Dominion Qovtj Agent.
Victoria, II. C, 3)th May, 'HII.     22mylin
NOTICE,
Sittings ofthe County Court
of Cariboo
WU.l, BE HOf.DTIN ATTIIEHNDEB-
mentioned places and times, vl?,;—
At I.ll.UiOET Onltli June next.
At CLINTON On 17th June nost.
At SODA CREEK Ou With Juno ncvl.
At UUESNGU-KM'TH, On Sril July next.
At RIOHFIELD On 8th July noxt.
By Command.
JOHN   KOBSON,
my2fl Prnviiiclal Socrotnry.
EntifATION BltANOlI OK
PnnVINCIAI.HKr'IlKTAKV'sDKI'AltTMENT,
May2Cth,lSS6.
NOTICE IH HEHEBY GIVEN THAT
lite Annual KMimlnatlon of Candidates for Cerlldealci of Qunllttentlon to
teach In the PuMle Schools o( the Prov-
liice will lie held In the Legislative Assembly Hull, Viotorin, oninmenclng nt
10 A. M. OH MONDAY, 5TH JULY.     .. .
Intending Candidates are re-mired to
notify tills depni'tmeul. nud furnish Testimonials prior lo June 23th.
Applicants for Henewnl of Certificates
arc lieVohy notltled to comply with subsection 8 nf BCntlon 11 of the "Puhllc
School AdtS'1885."        S. D.POPE,
jo2ld     SdpBTlntondontof Education.
Pitovistr
HIS HONOU
do ver no
point tho foil,
turning Oflloe
set opposite thol!
H.W.H-Combo, 1
Thornton Fell,
M. Bray.
J.J. Austin,
Henry Pry,
O. Kln-iiblile,
Charles Warwicl
JoslusC. HitglVot
Wllllnm Doddi
Frederick sone:-
John Bnwron,
A.W. Vowell,
Waltei* Andersfj
B'pcctlvd
et.Dlsl.i
JU  THE  l.IRUTENANT-
hoa lieen plensed to ap-
vlllg (lentlenien to l>e Be-
"■   'lornl Districts
names, via. .—
.f Victorin City
Vletorla]
Nanaimo.
Msqulinnlt.
Cowichnn.
Comox.
Xew Westiniuster City
Now West
i u luster.
Ynle.
Lillooot.
Cariboo,   *
Kootenny.
Ciisslnr.
^si^M^
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
Assessment Tax and Provinoial
Revenue Tax.
NKW WESTMINSTER CITV AND
DISTKICT. -i
\fOTlCK IS HEREBY GIVEN; IN AC-
J> cordaiiccwiMi tlie staliites.tliat Pro-*
vliu'lal lleveniii' Tax and all Tuxes levied
under the Assessment Acts nru now due
for the yenr ISSil, and payable at my office;
Asso-icd 'faxes, If.paid on or before the
Wth June, ISSl, are culleellble at the foi-
lowing rntes, viz:
lfi Of 1 per ecu |. on Keiil Property.
6 cents pei acre nn Wild Land.
l-."> of I per cent, on Personal Properly.
\_ut I per eent. on income.
If paid aflei
tfof'imr
tt cents per
S'nflper
%Ot 1 per
Jnne:nllli,iASll:~
cent. on Heal Property,
acreon Wild hand,
cut. on l'< rsniinl Pfoperty.
cent, on Ini'i.nie.
May^Uli,
C, WAltWP'K,
Assessor nndCollooto
R8G.                       myato
SIOOOJREWARD!
PURLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
I that u itewardof .-i.um) wilihc-jiven
bythe Provincial (Jovernment for such
liiforiiintion as shall lead to the appro-
liensloii and coiivlellon of (lie persons
concerned In the rubbery of tlie British
Columbia Express* Company's Htnite, on
('iirll'oo Ituad, im salnnhiv, Wh June, IS'"
JNO. UQRNON,
Pi-ovlndal Ree.
Pi*ovlncliil Secri'tao-'s OtHee,
3th June, 4HS-I.
Another^$l,00O!
In nddltlon to the above, the British
Columbia Kxin-e.ss Company (limited) will
pny n Rewnrd of $1000 on the sume terms
and conditions,
l-'or 11. C. Express Co., Ul.
FRANK H. BABNARD.
JcOlf Manaiter.
TREASURER'S REPORT.
In present Inn the nccnunts for the nnst
year, the Treasurer hew to call intention
to tho fact that the outlay has lieen rigldl y
scrutinized, In which ho lilts boen i*reatlv
assisted by the Steward, Mr. Digby. Still
there seems little prospect of any reduction of expenditure and, tlien-forc, the
help of thc t-oYcrnincuf nnd Ilie public
must he Inorensed if tho efficiency of tho
Institution Is to ho maintained,
W. H. KEARY,
Hon, Treasurer.
Tiik Thkasohkh in AOCQtfwr witiitiik
ltOYAL COLUMlltAN llosi'l I,-, I..
April Ut.ltHitnillsl March, ISM.
To Cush, hnhuifi! on linnd f m V2
" (Irani from Provlnelnl Gov't... 4;*ti on
" (Irani fromCity Council  9ft UO
" Collections, Ac, Holy Trinity
Church  :18 00
-- Choral Union Cum-crt  4*H*S
" Port Moody Mt entry Hwlcly... ik) 00
v Ciiih from paying patient"  401 00
" Hubsrrlptloiis  10 00
To Balance $ 20(1 K
By Call p'dHnlarles »|,1'/| 00
" "      Washing  »"i 71
" "      Broad  10*1 ,V>
" "       Milk  HO 01
*- "      Vegetnbles  T2 41
" '-       Klsh  MIU
lilght  HI 71
*- "      Furniture...  lfiO tffl
" «      Groceries  7AT* IW
"      Beef  77H :it
" •'      Fuel  20218
-* "      Funcmls  flS 00
■• «     insurance  no 00
" "      Audit  10 00
" "       Bedding  HUM
" "*■■      Nursing  2'. 00
» « Printing drMtnt b nery (H00
"■ " Drugs A Hurglcnl Ai>-
pllnnces .',. 2SHK1
« »      Medical Comforts  HI 02
■* "      HuudrlM  »2T*
'■ " Hhlpplng Incurable.., 20 00
« " Building KovcrWflid r.73 00
»• <*     clothing  »8T
" " Repun-M to liiiiliiings.. iff in
" BnlniH'e •••»•____
tofiit .7
W, H. KKARY,
Certified comet,     . Treiuuirer.
' A/SMITIIEH,
nt22 Auditor,
EBtate of Trapp Bros.
k I.tiAOCQUHTB WR TOTHE AIIOVB
A Kstst-must he puld lininpilliitolyiit
tlio atom nt T. J. Trnpp A Co.
All nceiiiiiilH nnt puld mi nr Imfnri' tlio
S»h Jtmo will lm Plmioil In tlio hands ol
onrsnllrllSr. J. II. TIIHHRB,
m*r»MI Asslpim.
NOTIOE.
TO ARCHITECTS!
THK HON. TIIK C1I1KF COMMW-
slolior uf Lauds and Works hero by
invites Arelilteels, wlm arc residents of
Britisli Colinnlila.to submit plans nnd
spei'ltlcatloiH for the construction of Law
Courts, to l e-leit upon llic old gaol
site, in the City of Victoriu.
The cost of the butt-ting complete, Inoln-
dim-nil uliHi-tfes, uilisl  not exceedS'2H,tm.
There will lie rci-uln-d, In nddltlon to
otherrequHll !a,lho followingroonftaVlr-t
AHupreme Ooull Itoom, Re-jlstrur's Ofllce mul Vnull, Five Cbnmbors for the
.Indites, Hurrhtcrs'Hoom. Crown Counsel's
Hoom.urand Jury Rootnj Two Petti Jury
Rooms,Two Witness Rooms, Messenger's
Room, l.uw Library, rind ft Prisoner's
Room, I.ttvntorles, Closets, Ac,
Thero will also bo required a County
Court Room, ltetrlslrnr's oilice and Vnull,
a Jury Room, Witnesses Room, ShcrltPs
oiilee.and nn olllco for the Snporlnten
dent of Pollen, Closets, sic.
The moms inti-'t bo ennven|-*iitly arranged with regard to their respective
use*, and ample provision mnde for light-
ini-, liciillm-uinl ventilation.
I'lniis aud speclllcallons must be signed
with a iitwiihf i>t it inr nntl aceonipnnied by
HMcnli'il biter containing tlio true nnme
ami address of tlie Architect,
The Architect of lln- design whieh nuy
bo adopted ilf any) will ho puld the usual
commission If the worlt Is enrried oltt
under IiIh ■•iipervlsloii.nr ho will bo pnid
five hundred dollars ($500) without superintendence, as may be agreed upon or
dcoldcd by the noveruimmt.
Tho Architect whoso design Is deemed
next iu order nf merit will be puld tho sum
of $100,   Rejecteddesijtiiswlll bcretlimod.
Tlio Plans will be opened for consideration mi the :,oth .Inn*1.       . „
Vf. k. nofeB,
Hurveyor-Clenet-nl,
I-utids nnd Works lvpai liitent,
Vlclorln, 11- ti.. Ist June, 1M0.
 Jen t.i
NOTICE
JH IH-.RKUY U1VKN thut application
Will be mude totbe LcglslntlVO Assetn-
lynf the Province tif llrltlsh Columbia,
ut the noxt, session thereof, for nn Act to
Incorporate a company (or the purpose of
eoimtrui'Mnir, managing ntid maintaining
Water Works at tlie terminal polntof the
Canadian Paelllc Hallway on Coal Harbor
and Knglish Hay, and for tho purposes
thereof granting to tlie said company the
privilege of taking water from Cupllano
Crook,Bnniaby Lake or other suitable
points, wllh power tn the snid compnny
!o build ilumeh.aiiueducts, lay pipes, erect
oeipilro hinds, and do ull other acts
nnd filings rii ecssnry for tho purposes
aforesaid,
EBKIITH A TAYLOR,
Hnllollurs for Applicants.
Dated September WHO IBWi deWo
IL.K]   CLEMENT RCORNWALI*.
CANADA. .
PROVINCE OK BRITISH COLUMBIA.
VICTORIA, by tho Grotto of Ood, of the
Uuilcd Kingdom of Great Britain and
Irotund.Q.vKKNi Defender of the Faith,
Ac, Ac, Ae.
To nll to whom thoso Presents shall come.
GltKHTINO.
A PROCLAMATION.
AI.KX..E.B. Davik,l-ITTlIEREAS, We
Attorney-Gene!nl. I VV nredeslronsand
resolved, ns soon its may ho, to moot Our
people of Our Province of British Coiumbin, and to hnve tbelr advice In Our Legislature, We do make known Our Royal
Will and Pleasure to call a new Legislative Assembly of Our said Province: and
do further declare that, by the advice of
Our Executive Counell of British Columbia, We have this dny givon ordors for
Issuing Our Writs in due form, for calling anew Legislative Assembly for Our
said Province, wliich Writs are to boar
date on the Third duy of June, Instant,
and to lie returnnblc on or bofore the
First day of September noxt.
and thn Publie Seal of the snid Province
to be hereunto alllxed: Witness, The
Honourable Ci.kmknt F. Cornwall,
Lieutenant-Governor of Our said Pro-
.vlneeof British Columbia. In Onr Cltj
of Victorin, In Onr snid Provinfto, thin
Third day of June, In tho year of Our
Lord ono thousnnd eight hundred and
eighty-six, nnd Iu tho forly-nlnth yenr
of Our Reign.
ByOommnnd.
.IAMEBC.P1I* VOST.    .
Registrar of the supreme Court
[h, 8.1 , CLEMENT !•;. CORNWALL.
CANADA. -
PROVINCE W BRIT1BH COLUMBIA.
VICTORIA, liy tho Grnco of Grill, of the
United Kingdom,(if Great Britain and
Ireland, QiV.i-'X', Defender ofthe Palth,
Ac, Ac., Ae.   ■     ,
To all towhoin these Prosonls s-hiiUeoinc,
' Gni:iiTiN«.
A PROCLAMATION.*
I WHEREAS it
I. j »™ Is   unneces-
_________m_m
tL.8.t CLEMENT F. CORNWALL
VICTORIA, by tho Grnco of Ood, of the
United Kingdom of Groat Britain and
Ireland,Qubkn,Defender ofthe Faith,
Ac, Ac, Ac.
To the Returning Officer of tho Electornl
Distriot of New Westminster City.
WHEREAS Ills Honour the Lieutenant-Governor   of British   Columbia
has, by it Proclamation bearing date the
3rd day of Juno, 18BU, boon pleased to de-
solve the Legislative   Assembly  of the
snid Province; and wherens It Is necessary
to hold Elections throughout  the  said
Province to fill thc vacancies caused   by
dissolution, We command yon that, notice of tho time and place of Election being duly given, you do cause Klectlon to
bo mnde according to law, of One Member
to servo in tbo Legislative Assembly of
thcPro'-iiiceof British Columbia, for the
Electornl District of New Westminster
Oity, nnd thnt you do cause the nomination of Candidates atsncli election to bo
held on the 23rd dny of June, IR80, und do
cause the name of such Member, when so
elected, whether he be present or absent,
to be certified to Our Supreme Court, nt
the City of Victoria, on or hefore the lst
day of September next, tbe Election so
made distinctly nnd openly under Our
Sonl duly endorsed upon this Our Writ.
In Testimony Whereof, Wo hnvo caused
these Our Letters to bo made Patent
undor the Groat Sonl of Our said Province of British Columbia: Witness the
Honornblo Clement F. Cornwnll, nt Our
Govornmont House, nt Victoria, the .Ird
day of Juno, In the year of Onr Lord
ono thousand olght hundred and eighty-
six.
Bv Command.
■  JAMES C. PRE VOST,
Registrar of the Supreme Court.
I P.jK :IKV-1H(1-
Dep, Altorticy-Gciicrnl. .         -	
nary to continue tne Polling Place nt
Boyd and Kilgour's, lu the Kleetoral
District of New Westminster;, uipl wherens It is advisable' in appoint a Polling
Place at the Town Hull, Itiohmond, In the
suid Kleetoral Dislrlci i
NOW KNOWYE, thnt hy vlrtueof the
authority contained In thn "Election Regulation Act,l«7I,"iind tho "Qimlltlcntlon
and lU'glslriHioiinf Voters Act, 18711," and
amending Acts, and of all other powers
and authorities in tbat bebnlf enabling,
tbe Lleuteniint-tiovornor In Council declares, and 11. Is hereby declared, that the
Polling Place nt Boyd nnd Kllgour's, In
tho said Electoral District, shall bo discontinued, nnd furthcr.thitt an additional Polling   Place In tlie snid  Electoral
Dlslrlet shall ho appointed and established ut tin? Tuw.n ltull, Richmond, iu the
snid Electoral District.
InTkstimony Wiu-ntKOK. Wo have caused ihose Our Letters to ho mnde Patent,
nnd the Grout Seal of tlm snid Province
to   ho   hereunto-affixed: Witnkbs, the
Honourable  Ci-kment F. Cokkwali*,
Llcittcmint-Oovortior of Our said  Proviuce of British Columbia, fn Our City
of Victoria, In Our said Province, this
Third dnyof'Junc, In the year of Our
Lord One thousand eight Hundred nud
olghly-slx.iind in tho furty-nlnlh yenr
ofOurRolgn.
ByCommund. *
JNO. KOBSON,
Provlnelnl Secretary.
PROCLAMATION.
Electoral District or New Westminster, To Hit:
T>UBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
JT i to the Electors of the Dlstrlctof New
WcsliuIustcr, thnt. In obedience to Her
Majesty's Writ to me directed, and beur-
ing date lhi*:ird day of Juno, In tho year
of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred
and eighty-six, 1 rei|Ulro the presence of
tite snid Electors at Punch's Hotel,Brownville, on lhe atr.] Uny of June-ut 12 o'olock
noon, for Ihe purnose or Electing throe
persons lo represent them til thc Ilegislature of'this Province.
The mode of Humiliation of Candidates
Shnll bens follows:
The Candidates shall bo nominated tn
wrltlnir.tbe writing shnll hr subscribed by-
two roglBUirpd Mitorsof llio District as proposer and seconder, and by three other
registered voters of Uio said District as
assenting to thu nomination, and shall be
delivered tothe Returning Officer nl1 uny
time betwoou the date of the Proclamation and 1 p.m. of the dav of nomination,
and In the event of n poll being necessary
such poll will be open on Uie 7th day of
July, 1880, ut
Matsqui, Riverside,
Punch's Hotel, Kcnitahmoo Rond.
Town Hall, Richmond.
Town Hnll, Surrey.
Court. House, Burrnrd Inlet.
Mr. Itunt'i Hofi.te, Hall's Prnirie,
Moodyville,
Aggnslz's Landing.
Mr. York's House, I'ppor Sumns,
Alder Grove, Shorti cod's.
School House, Sumas.
■'        "     Lnngley.
" .     "      Mnple Ridge.
"        "     Treniint.
CentrerillL'Schoolbinise, Chilli whack.
School House, Biirlon Prairie.
. ■•        "      Lehman's Landing.
»       '•   ' Clover Valloy.
■■ -    '*     Port Moody.
Of which every person is hereby required
to tako notice aud govern himself accordingly.
Givon under my hand at Vancouver the
7th day of June, oue thousand eight hundred nnd eighty-six.
- J, C. HUGHES,
Jelltd Returning Officer.
[L.S.J   CLEMENT Y, CQRNWALL,
CANADA.
PROVINCE OP BRITISH COLUMBIA.
VICTOBIA,by tbe 0race of God,of tho
Pulled Kingdom of (treat Britain and
Ireland, Q.'URtCMj Defender of tlie Knllli,
Ac., Ac.
To all to whom thoso prosi nts shall come.
UllKKTINd.
A PROCLAMATION.
Ai.rx. E. B. Davie, 1 TITHEREAH It Is
Attornoy-Goncritl. f   «    udvlsahle to
establish the following additional polling
Claeos in the several and respective Elec-
irnl Districts hereinafter named.
NOW KNOW YE,that by vlrtueof tlio
authority contained In tho "tuiiiillocation
nns Registration of Voters' Act, l«7fl," the
Lieu ten tan Hloverimr In Council declares
lhat.   Die -following   additional   (Milling
tluces shall be, and tbey are hereby, estn-
tislicd fortho severnl kleclornl Districts
the nnmes of which nro set opposite such
polling placcH respectively,  that Is to
Electornl Dist.
Cowichan.
lay-i
Polling Places.
School House, Somenos..
Burton Prnlrlo School
Houso •>.	
Moodyville.	
Surrey Town Hnll „
PL Moody Sehool Houso
Lehman's Lauding New Wostni'r,
School House	
Cloven Valley School
House -.
Alder Grove, Sbortreeih
Agnsslf-w Lending	
Ashcroft Stut lon	
Shuswnp Prnlrlo I'ostO.
Priest's Vnl)ey, Govern-
menl ■ Oilloi ......,.,
Coutlle'K I<owor Nlcoln..   Ynlo.
Granite City, Govern-   ,
mentOffice,	
Kuillltllllclli-t-U,  Ut   lie".
Vnllneo's ....
Ohllaoaten   Cariboo.
orTraser	
Fnrwell i ■'•	
Windermere ■*..
Kootenny Lake ,.
Golden City	
DtUiald «	
Cranbrnnk ...
MflOnllough's Crook .,
Lorne Oreek	
Almrdoei	
Metlnkntlnh	
Nuns River	
AUs'i-nl	
Lillooot.
Nnnnlmo.
In Tk.htimo.hY Wmkukoi-, Weliavecnntioil
i these Our 1-etti-rt to bo mnde Pntent, nml
the Great seal of tbo snid provinco to be
hereunto affixed: WItNkks, tlio Honourable Oi.KMKKT K.^'OHNWAIX, LiCltton-
. ailt-Govcrnor of (nir pnid Province of
British Columhlu, lu Our said City of
Victoria, In Onr said Province, this thlnl
day of June, in tliu yenr of our Lord one
thousnnd eight hundred and eight-nix,
and In tno forty.ninth year of Our
Rflgn. ,
By Command
JNO. HOltoON, _
Provlnelnl Seer-ftnry,
[L, ».] .CLEMENT F. CORNWALL.
CANADA.
PROVINCM OP BRITISH COLUMBIA.
VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of the
United Kingdom af Great Britain and
Ireland, QUPEN, Defender ofthe Fnith,
Ac, Ac, Ac,
To Our faithful the "Members elected to
nerve In the   Legislature  Assembly of
Our Provinco of British Columbia, and
to nll whom It may concern.—oiikkt-
ino.
A PROCLAMATION.
Al.KX. E. B. DAVii-5, \ \JTHKREAS We
Attorney-General, j VV havo thought fit,
by nnd with the advice and consent of
Our Executive Council of Our Province of
British Coiumbin, to dessolve tho present
legislative Assembly of Oursftld Province,
which stands prorogued until tho Ninth
dny of the month of August noxt,
NOW KNOW YE, thnt. Wo do. for this
end, publish this Our Royal Proclamation, and do hereby dessolve tho Legislative Asftcinhly accordingly, nnd tho Members thereof are   discharged  from their
meeting   nnd  attendance on   the said
Ninth day of August next.
Ih Testimony Wukkkof, Wc have censed these Our Letters to be mnde Patent
and the Great Seal of British Colnmbia
to bo hereunto affixed:   Witnkss, tlio
honourable Ci.kment Y.   Cohnwau.,
Lieutenant-Governor of our said Province of British Columbia, In (iur City
of Victorin, In Our said Provinco, this
Third dny of June, In the yonr of Our
Lord One thousnnd eight hundred nud
eighty-six, and In the forty-ninth year
of Our Reign.
By Command.
JAMES C. PREVOST,
Registrar of the Supreme Court,
[L. S.l   CLEMENT F. CORNWALL.
CANADA,
PROVINCE OP BRITISH COLUMBIA.
VICTORIA, by tho Grnco of God, of tho
United Kingdom of Great Britain nnd
Ireland, (Iukkn, Defender of the Palth,
Ac, Ac, Ac
To all to whom thoso Presents sbullcome,
Gbeetino.
A PROCLAMATION.
P. MIHVINH,        1-117HEREAS
Dep, Attorney-General.) >V Writ fur the
Klectlon of a Member ofthe Legislative
Assembly for tho Electoral   District of
Kootenttv is nbout to be Issued;
And wherens It Is expedient thnt tbe
Filnce for the nomlnntton of Candidates
n the said Electoral District should be at
Donald, in the snid Electornl Dlstrlel;
And whereas by the "Election Regulation Act, 1871," tho Governor In Council
Is empowered, from time lo time, to appoint, hy Proclamation, the place for tho
nomination of Candidates In euch Electoral District:
NOW KNOW YE, thnt In pursuance of
thc powers contained lu thesald Act, and
of  all other powers  und authorities in
thnt  behalf  enabling,  the    Lieutenant-
Governor In Council appoints and declares, nnd It is horoby unpointed and declared, that Donald shnll oo the place for
the nomination of Cnndidntus for election
tothe Legislative Assembly In. Ihe Electoral District of Kootenny.
Is TfsTHlONY Wheheop, We have caused these Our Letters to be mndo Pntent,
nud the Great Scat or thesald Provinco
to bo hereunto affixed: Witness, the
Honourable Ci.kment P. Cornwall,
Lieutenant-Governor of Our snid Province of British Columbia, lu Our City
of Victoria, in Our snid Province, this
Third day of Juno. In the year of Our
Lord Ono thousnnd eight hundred and
elghty-slx.nnd In the forty-ninth year
of Our Reign,
By Commnnd.
JNO. ROBSON.
Provincial Secretary
IjT-OTIOE.
rtOULTER A CO. HAVING THIS DAY
\j sold thoir Drug business to Messrs. D.
S. Curtis A Co,, take this opportunity of
thanking tho puhllc tor their kind patron-
Tho partnership heretofore existing between the undersigned having boen dissolved by mutual consent, all accounts
duo tho Into firm must be pnid to T.J,
Armstrong on nr before the loth June or
thoy will be placed In the hands of our
solicitor,
P. H. COULTER,
T. J. ARMSTRONG.
Dnted at New Westminster,
16th May, 1880. my22td
NOTIOE.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll application will ho made to the Leg"
islnllve Assembly of tho Province of British Columbia, ut the next session thereof,
for an Aot to Incorporate a Company for
tho purpose of constructing, equipping
and maintaining, gasworks, mid supplying gas to consumers at the terminus of
tho Canadinn Pacific Railway nt Conl
Hnrborand English Bny, New Westminster District, und of dolus utl nets and
tilings requisite or convenient for effect*
tng tne purposes aforesaid.
jTboland hett,
Lnngley St, Victoria,
Solicitor for the Applicants.
Dated 16th December, 1B8T>. dclBtc
ItfOTXCE.
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
r( application will be made to tlie Legislative AMombly of tho Province of British Columbia, nt the next session thereof,
fornn act to incorporate it compnny for
tho purposo of constructing, mtnagliig
•tnd mnlnte.lnlng wator works nt tho terminal point of ttie Canadian pacific Railway, on Coal Harhor nud English Bny,
ami alio nt Port Moody nnd the City of
Now Westminster and adjacent places,
nnd for tho purposes thereof granting io
thesald compnny the privilege of taking
water from the Coquitlam River or Lnkc.
with powor to llio snid company to build
flumes, aqueducts, lay pipes, erect dams.
acquire lnnds, ana do nil otlior nets ana
tmafi I'ocessary for the purposes nforo*
Snid. CORBOULD -fc McCOLL,
Solicitors for Applh'iints.
Dated November Wh, 188ft. nolltc
g
asTOTICB.
OTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN THAT
, we Intend to mnke niipllcntlou to
Tic Ohlof Commissioner or Lands and
Works for permission to purchase (film
six liHUdrotlniid forty acres or lund situate
tn New Westminster District nnd described us follows:
Commencing at it posl nhout Ut) chains
cant of thc northeast corner of Lot T,2,
thence north, 40 chains: tlienee west, hi
olinlns: thonee south, W chains; thenco
enst, flu chains to point of commence-
Commencing ul tlie northeast eornerof
l-ot im, theuce nortii, 41) chains; (bunco
west, HO chains; theuce south,CO chains:
theuce enst, -tn chnins; thonco norlh, 10
elinlns; thonco east, Ml ehulns to point of
commencement*
MOODYVILLE SAW MILL CO.
B, Sl'RlNOKii, Mnnnger,
Burrard Inlet, ac, 10th April, IBM,
17up2m
doll! Qfllill!
WHITE
THE CLOTHIER,
Has Just Received
OVER 300 MEN'S SUITS
A Large Quantity of
Boys' and Youth's
Clothing!
7 Cases of American   ,,
FELT    HATS
Also, a full line of
CENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
 HIS NOW HAS	
The Best Assortment In tne nbovc
line ever exhibited In New
Westminster.
LATEST   ST-JZ-X.-SS
At Lowest. Foaallilfl Prices for CiiHli.
Call Burly  and  Midi. »»nr SeLtllan.
Cc-LimuA Street 0pp. Baku if B. c.
1
Importer and Dealer in
Fill Mb!
J—AND—
PROVISIONS.
Imported in quantity,
First-Class in quality,
Sold at Bottom Prices
The best Place in the
Oity to buy your
Groceries.
D. McPHADEN,
Deane's Brick Block,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
mli'
PACIFIC
C0I.IMBIA STBEET.
New Westminster, B. C.
REID & CURRIE,
HAVINU PURCHASED the Black*
smithing business lately cnrrunl en
by W. K. Lewis, ami tho Tscifio Carriage Works, carried on liy Johnstone &
Smith, we are prepared to manufacture
aU kinds of
Farm Wagons,
Carriages,
Phaetons,
Buggies,
Express Wagons,
Drays, Carts,
Stages,
Ami everything in tlie vehicle line,
on the shortest notico nnd nt reasonable prices.
Wu also keep in stook the nbove
articles, nnd all kinds of Wagon
and Oarrirgo Material.
Repalrlm-, Palntliix it, Trimming done nt reasonable prices.
BLACKSMITHINC
In all its branches. Kiirniers', Log.
gers', Mill and Contract Work, and
Horseshoeing undertaken; Agricultural Implements, and everything
in the blacksmith line mado tn order.
We also keop in stock to supply
the trade,—Iron, Steel, Cumberland
Coal, Chain, Horso and Ox Shoes,
Steel and Iron Harrow Teeth, Harrows, Springs, Axles, and n complete
stock ol Carriage Hardware,
Having secured first clnss workmen, wo Ice) confident of giving satisfaction.
All material and work leaving
the shop will bo guaranteed lirst-
class. Ord.'rs from thn country
promptly attended to.
mh3tc     REID Is OURRIE

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