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 Bon A E B Davii
taMMM
Daily
NEW WESTMINSTER, R 0., TUESDAY EVENING, MAROH 29, 1887.
NTTMBEIt 74
J0.H-.HUI-»»OS.M.»..0.M.()w)
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON,
dwfeslle Chllllwhaelc, B. C.
.WOLF SMITH, M.D.
*>
OFFIOB-Olarluon street, opposite rtai
ontranee of Colonial Hotel.
RESIDENOE-Afnet St., opposite ntw
Baptist Churoh.
OFFICE HOUR8-10 a. m. to 18 noon! 1
to 5| and 8;30to»p. m. dnolOlc
MAOLMAa, B.A.. M.D., O.K.
I."
OFFIOE: MeKensltStroet,fliitdoorto
DrlllSbed.
RESIDENOEl Agnes St»e*,*lll.-l*loul<
from Mary Street
OFFI0EHOURS110 to UtStaSi lt«0 tog.
 d-J.l**e	
M. COOP-MI. ■.*.-■. D.i
PHYSICIAN A SUROKON.
OFFIOE and R*»lM*i£P^',»T,,i ^
next door to «-"»* Home). I
ColumblaSt.,
OFFIOE HOURS-
g.»tosp.m. Calls.-.-., -^
ti-y promptly attendedto, feSto
rURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STREET • VICTORIA.
JLOBHrTB   KB
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Co. tat Mainland.
H.C. BEETON 4 00.,
M Pinshury Circus,
London, B. 0
H.
pORNVLD * Met'HI.1,
BARRIBTERS,
soucrroRs, etc
Offlc, KolieuileS'reet,iftw W«Jtml*"!f'
and Vancouver, B.C. )y»ldwto
polntments,
This magnlfleent Hotel Is now open fo
the reception of Guests.  '
awNo paint will ht spared by the man
■igement to make this Hotel pleasant and
.[tractive. , doostc
T.
0. ATK1NSOH,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Ao.
MoKensle Street,
dwfeltto N.wWettmlriiter.RC
ITT   HORMA*. BOLB,
BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
I**d Agent MtntytoLoan.
Colnmbia Stmt,
New Westminster, B.C.
setto
G."
. GRANT,
ARCHITECT.
AtA.J.HIll'sOmoe,
ilWleSStc
McKensleSt.
c.
II. (.LOW,
ARCHITECT.
'   OFFIOE, for the present, at resldenoe on
Clinton Rtreet.
tar Word mavbt left at D. l»aj*a Bookstore. _ owietac
/IAPT. PITTMNDRIOM,
d-delto
LAND  AOENT, AC *0-
McKtnsl. Street, N.W.
H.
IC. RICH,
AUOTIOMEER.
Ladner's Landing,
dwmhuml
THE CLARENCE
Corner Y»tet* DouglM Streeti,
VICTOHU, P. C.
wiiwc.inciww.ii.. * • V LE35Et
Ap to servo his customers and everybody
with as good a stock as a man wait In to
select (rom.
THOS. OVENS
MANUFACTURER OF
•W-^GrO-fcTS,
Blacksmith and Machinist
All Kinds of Machinery, Patent Looks,
Sales, Sewing Machines, ke., ke.,
Ktpalred.
BLACKSMITHINC
In ail Its branches.  Farmers', Loners'
Mill and Contract Work; Agricultural
Implements, and everything In the
blacksmith Una madt toorder.
Having secured ant-class workmen, w.
leel confluent of glvlm satisfaction.
Home-shooing a specialty.
Iw-Jlysllo]   Columbia St., New Wkst.
Stoves! Stoves
COME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLDEN,
AVING  TAKEN   POSSESSION  OF
tbe "Temperance House," fronting
___ Columbia and Ohuroh Streets, opposite
the Episcopal Cbureh, and now Known
as the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate tbe traveling public
si the following rates:
Board per day ..tl 00
"      "  week  u 5 00
Single Meals.     26
Beds    25
ies.<3ood accommodation for Ladles and
Families. myttto
c. Mcdonough
HAVING TAKEN
Lundbom's Bulldliip, Front St.
(Formerly occupied by Kyle A Tllton),
IS  NOW m:ANY
Dry   Goods,   Groceries,   Provisions,
CMCkcry, Qlasswar*. Hoots* Ar,
Come and see the new plnee, nnd let up
know what you thick of lt.
dwoeisto c. Mcdonough,
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERYMAN A DEALER IN
Frail and Ornamental Trees,
LADNER'S LANDINQf  B, O.
THE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN-
JL form the people of British Columbia
that he haa established a Nursery at Lad*
ner'tt Landing, and Is prepared to All
all orders for Fruit Trees, Ornamental
ail oruerB ior Fruit Trees, ornamental    nuiL  Annlvtn       —
rotes. Shrubbery. Vines, small Fruits,    °" lu  App's lo0# HUNT]
AtTTCB,   OUrUUUBrj.    T1IIVB,     nillO.ll    l-iUlMi
ko. Trees Imported or bome grown ac-
aordlnx to the wishes of customers. The
nibscriber has had a thorough practical
braining In the business, and having a
permanent stake In the country lt Is nlc
Interest to deal fairly with the public. He
will wait upon the various towns and set*
Farm for Sale.
will wait upon the various towns and set* ———> j
te™n£°&'tlln'!,"ll0r*Jer8WllII,aV'    n<--«<.5m-ra OF  TWO IOTS OF
FOR   SALE.
ie
ie, FrontStrist'
THE LEASE, FIXTURES AND STOCK
of that.well'—"" "   ' ■   ~ ^
next the Holbrook _
Safe for Sale.
NO. 10 TAYLOR'S SAFE  ._
...   order; 31x96 Inches Inside; will bt
iold cheap. Apply at this offlce. dwrtUU
good
in.jat
Houses to Let.
I LSO A QUANTITY OF HOU8EHOU
L FUBNITUBK forSalo. Applyto ^
Shares for Sale.
s iit. Trite b
suum.
m 10th, Wl.
IM SHARES IN MB
1UU SawmlUIr*	
New Wesl., ManTMb,
BRUNETTI    back
Mam,
dm
later.       .101
Sh_  fm
Land for .Sue!
i n ACRES FIRST-CLASS PRAIRIE
4U  Land on Lulu Island, North Aral,
'rosor River. For particulars appl;
this offlce. ' dmhll
a Attn, -
iply at    Hutting
hlotc      —t .,_,.
FOR   SALE,
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN the LA
ley Saw and Planing Mill: mill
jood order. For particulars apply on thi
premises to M. WEST,
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JACKSON,
aplStc A HELMCKEN, Victoria
,00-    »andt,
I In    tnd to
FORJtALE.
160 ACreg   Or SOOd   FimlDgloetied
Land
miles below the City, with a good Hoi
um   lune, 1
TER,
lesSt.,
Agnes St.', New West.    Scotland
E. HUTCHERSON.
•P-A-oiii-no
 be K)ld together or separately); 8 mile, from New
weatmlnater: flrst-olass land: about,
-ires dyked; balance Prairie and But!
Carriage Works!
U a
Hi*etbe
"Mwesti
Haoroi
■will t
Hdwinl
F
foi
ill be sold at a bargain.'.
9. O. MAJOR,
SewWesimli
cas'
ae.
COLOMBIA 8TKEF.T,
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
years old; good travellers; wort sing
B   -. nur double.
B.O.      in.yH.rw, 8 year, old; works sio tie m
louble; nice ladles'or gents'saddle h<—
Ourney's Celebrated Stoves for Sale.
A No. 8 Cook, with
furniture
low prioe of
rn j. trapp, ~	
AUOnOI«»Bi«DAPPRAIBlI»,   |    The undersigned is nowclear.
•columblastreet, wrttw Wtttmlnstsi    |ng oi]t |,js 9toc|{ 0f Stoves (ex-
cept those made by Gurney) at
All wramlsslont will rtethft pipmpl co,t.ror cas*,
-aad cartful atttntlon.   Best »rOT«oa*Inet cost Ior casn
• iglven when required.      ,      ..mhlJ-te
NOW ON HANI), A LOT OF
Sleighs, cutlers.
Phretonsf
Pemocmt, Express
wd farm Wagons.
Also, a large itock of Baggy. Carriage,
Wagoa, mt 8l«lgh Material*
All of whioh will be sold CHEAP FOR
complete*^..
W. D. FERRIS,
UXD, BOUSE ud 6EMBUL ASER
lem and Debt collector.
iitiru sooo nrm rot bah.
Agent Ibr tke TBAVBU«*i Wl aat
ACCIMXT IIWBA-ltl OMPANf,
Musfarl. Can.
OFFIOBi-Ftrrli Stmt, Ntw Weslm!"'
tttr. ten.
R'
RAND BROS.
■AL BITATB SROKERI,
T.»...r.,C.U..i.rs,/
FARM LANDS of superior uuallty to
sale at Cbllllwhack, Tort. Hammpni
Map. and Plans eshlblleil .and the full
Ht Information furnishedatallnurofllr"
Now   is the opportunity to
find BARGAINS.
JAMES CUNNIHQHAM.
dJaSWo
THE LEADING
BOOTiSHOE
E8TABU8NMEHT
—or THr^—
Mainland of B. C.
i Ai«-.-|coioiiil Hotel link, Colrakl* It
OffltM at VICTORIA I Fort Street,
NEW WESTIsTOg-riRi Cornel
McKensle and Clarkson SU.
VANCOUVER, Cordova 8tre.t.
BUILDING UTrJtl tor .ale In all ttctlont
of Vancouver and New Westminster City
$10,000 STOCK
NdW e¥ KOUTE.
T'
HIS HOUSE HAKES ANNUALLY
a great reduflion In -siiott to maki
Uosl.j, Msl.qul. Rum... Hoj Bay, Lad* mm la, th. Urges! anil beat usortm.nl
"Vrif"^.""' ,',"u l"1'"' N<" >' Boo" ■"<- -""*-« «vtr Imported laU
sud Pitt River. , this country, from the principil House.
u-._. ._J III...U ..l.lklla,!   ami lh* full ,   r. '      n           r,- a *{_>*-■_    jli	
MOwnsiOiers
m ims «m m tm.
CAU, AND SEE MY  STOCK BE*
TORE YOU PURCHASE.
HAVINO BEEN  APPOINTED SOU
Agents ln this Province for a num.
ber of leading manufacturers In C|
wt an prepared to furnish prioes and toll
 ilanot all kinds of —*•■	
III   ~   "
glnes aod Boilers, stationary and port
able, both new and aocond-handt alao:
Krtlcularsot all klm
w Hills, Shlngla Ml ,,...-
dries aad Machine Shops, Including
" " "        ' .tlm—        "
.,.„    t maohlnei
.Mills, Shlngla Mills, Faotorlea.F
Kibber Belting,
sther    i
Lubricating Oils,
«™W.Whe«ls,
BrlokMachlnes,
„	
Aaesaada-dtaTooIi
Hardware,
Harnsss,
Bolldsrs' Supplies,
Showcases,
Solstlnt Blocks, (las Maehlnet,
tip.' Blocks, Iron Tools, ',.
-u.hM .nd Broou-..Palnu aad Oils.
Falrbankti Scallt,   Br>s*aoods,Ir?P*
FRASER ilEONARD,
VANCOUVER, B.C.
tnlstU*
_ Germany, Franot, Groat Britain,
United Statu and our great Dominion.
Houtt Ml Ikoeii bom Wo upwirdi.
nitARikker Boodi * Tam-Tami
o( all kinds.
Ladles'*6enU'Bllpperi for
tht lovtllttt evtr win.
llieitrUdljiMtliiei'* Child'
rn-i iMti.
WM. R088,
Datwlal mtl Brack, CtlasaMa M.
dwnalltr
IDOUGUS & DEIGHTON.
Miuufattums and Importers of
Harnett, JUddiee, Bridies, Whip*, eto.
NKW WKSTMINBTBR, B. 0.
dw-Jlyllto
11-watHI Baggy! 4 springs; nearly new,
sua..I TlasTlkr Bay on Norlb Arm
Fraser river.
l9bM-.aalllala»a. laalf.bbU.
lalai.a BelUn.
Alao-Oae ani .ae*alatk lateKtl
*"'•»•'" t»»»»'-w. 3. FB.N0H.
New West,, Nov. Ulh, UH.      dwnol"
REID&OURRIE.
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Pean.
Also—a nlee assortment of Carnal and
taspberry Basfees, Crape Vlaes, Ae.
Will he sold as a wh*fcle, or ln lota to lull
snd on very reasonable terms.
Slesrli Oppoilte Ihe Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER
THE LARGEST AND  CHOICES!
assortment of all descriptions ot
MEATS AND VEGETABLES Fine, Fall and Fragrant,
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fam    P»-"™ •»<* CUiarette.
din, Restaurant!, ud Steamboata at thi
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
BLOOD-CURDLING
MASSACRE
STOVE DEPOT.
A No. 8 Cook Stove!
All Complete, with all the Pipe
necessary and a
CHINA   COOK
itown Id, Freight paid to auy part ol
the Dominion free of all charge,
25 per cent, off for CAsattS.™
H. M. CUNNINGHA*,1 k CO.,
74, Columbia Street,
New Westminster, B. C.
Agealshr strap'. Pslrnl Karlk 1'lM.ti
aaToatarl. rasap t'a. dfcsui
Cream & Fancy Cakes
 GO TO.—
A. DIEBEL'S
PRONTiTBBET, Orr. C. P. N, VtHkm,
■isoaitc
For Sale!
SPAN DARK BAY MARES, t and
igle   and
rery gentle.
oi»e|    KKition.
un.     dwooiau   -overnment
For Sale!
100 A880RTED FBHIT JBEE8
JjlHOM THE JEWELL NURSERY CO.
Minn., consisting of
 tpales.
Ml Arts
wis
l«saerApples,
'laier Afpln,
Cherries,
mhllwtldto
JAMBS WISE.
Frontstreet.
Duke's Cameo"
CIGARETTES.
Once Smoked we Preferred to il
Others!
A Moalk-pl.ee ot novel design accom*
itlgl    '■
Imported solely bythe HUDSON BAY
COMPANY, Victoria, and can be obtalnn
everywhere. dmhfiml
^-.   -JPEBI^B,
PRACTIOAU
CHEMIST* DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA  STREET
(OPP  OOLOMUL BOTH),
•NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
Ph-rilcUn»- FreKrlptloii ut Hm.
\\y Beclpei» Bpeelglt*.
N   B. — Only Genuine Drugt und.
Over twenty vtan' txptrlran.   mrH
Public Notice
fa Wnbnisiler Mi liuj.
JIIIK  UNDERSIGNED (THANKS
the kindness and permission of
ayor and City Oounoil) two weeks _.
ro-oponctl the Publio Library, and taki
this opportunity to ofTer an Invitation U
residents of Nrw Westminster to pay him
visit. Papers and llagaalnn from al
are reoelved for patron!
lied ■
.Isltors, and mora will be added ln ean a
reasonable support   Is obtained.   Thr
terms ore 80 cents a month, In utvanee, a
impcrs, Ac, arc paid forln advance. Thli
will umoiint lo about 1 cents a day, or
cost of ond elgnr for seven dan ptrmlss
lo see news from all over the world, am
ploitiiiit books which may be ehangei
every 84 hounl There It no compulsion
nbout this, but those who believe Iur
ting In mil of the rain and who mn en,
decent lire will doubtleM appreciate tl
stltutlon. Ladles and stmnmrs are fl*
i doubtless all the partln who believe
nine Ribbon will coma forward
and Join this attractive amir, both foi
their own credit and that oi others. Comi
une, come all, and you will he attended "
by one who oan soap all clatsea, vis. i
V..ur. no.^m,i^w KvwfB
N.wWnl. Aug.»,nm  '       datSti
Sailg *jpriti«h (Eolumbian
latsday a-rratag. aank It. IHI.
Detlh«rHDD.WB.8nlllir.
The death of tlie Hon. Win
Imithe, premier of Britiih Coium
oi* and ohief oomminioncr of lands
and works, it a catastrophe thai
will lie felt throughout the length
ind breadth of the province.' There
wen few men in the country more
ti|hl« reapected and better qualified
lor thi honorable and reiponsibl«
ition which he held. Hit pub
ic career in thit province dates
jack to a period beyond confedera-
[.ion, aad he hu always oome to the
front It a leader of men. During
the session juit now coming to a
slote he hai been forced through ill
■eta to abandon all work, but it
wat hoped that with rest and good
nutting he would regain hit physical strength. This hope has been
vain. In tpite of the best medical
■kill and the ministration of loving
"t, death claimed hit victim,
to-day the province mourns the
of a premier and a statesman.
Among all parties we are sure there
will be t sentiment of profound sorrow, and of universal sympathy
with the bereaved family. The de
seated was born at Matfen, Northumberland Oa, England, on the SOth
1812. His ancestors resided
>n the borders of England and
" for centuries. He received
ill education at Whittington. In
1873 he married Martha, fourth
laughter of A. R. Kier, Esq. Be
ire coming to British Columbia
wis engaged in business in New-
ule upon-Tyne. In this country
engaged in farming at Cowichan,
ra Vancouver Island. He was appointed road commissioner undei
the colonial government hefore confederation, and held a
it justice of the peace. In the first
ind second parliaments after confederation he waa leader of the op-
Upon the defeat of the
Walkem administration he resigm '
I favor of Hr. Elliott, who formi
new government, in whictkhfttpji
ie position of minister of 'ffr.anci
and agriculture. When the Elliott
-overnment resigned in 1878 he wai
igain dieted leader of the opposi*
tion, whieh he held until the defeat
of the Benven government in 1883,
when he formed the administration
which he became premier and
chief commissioner of lands and
works. He first entered parliament
in 1871, and wig returned at laat
general eleotion for the district of
Jowichan.
he
commission   Palaco at Sclumbnum with dynamite   of the  country whioh he sought lo
bave beon sentenced to imprisonment
nt hard labor for tonus ranging from
I to 20 years.
THE DAinm.ESS OIS.UII.BII.
.,
There is little probability of
tew extradition treaty between En*
[land and the United States
-atified by the senate, Strange tc
ny the proposed surrender of dyna*
tditards - is the obstacle in the way.
A refusal to surrender ordinary po
itical refugees we oan understand;
England would insist on it not less
than the United States. But dyna
mitards should be treated as the
memies of mankind, and be allowed
io right of asylum anywhere. When
the Chicago bomb throwing prece
lent has been acted on a few times,
tibly the senate may come to a
letter state of mind. — Wonetanj
Timet.
pOKSI
A copy of the bill which passed
Even Man (0 hlS Own BDSlneSfilat Victoria Tuetday, to wliich we
tUuded yesterday, has been received
Under the title, Donald Chisholm,
T. J. Trapp, and William McColl,
16   Ot
but
ill merchants, with their associates,
ire incorporated with the usual railway powers "to construct, maintain
ind operate i nilway," etc., "from
■ome point near the forty-ninth
wnllef ol north latitude between
Jemiahmoo Bay and Township
n the district of New Westminster,
to aome point on the south bank
the Fraser river opposite the city of
Now Westminster." Mr. Chisholm
ia president ot the board of trade ol
(Tew Westminster. We hope thai
wthing will intervene to prevent
the bill from becoming law. With
the north-western branch of the
Bellingham Bay Railway & Navigation Company's line and the main
line of (lie latter, it will afford the
jo    jeople of New Westminster tliroct
thi   sonnection to this city,    From tht
.RS former place there is a branch of the
Canadian Pacific to Vancouver, so
that Seattle will get a direct line to
"] the western terminal point of that
great railway and quick connection
with the Cunard steamers already
ttSon the way to make a direct trans-
ifio route.    It is just as impor
IS! t»nt to this oity as is the north-east
arn branch of the Bellingham Bay
ine toward Hope, the latter giving
is quick transit to and from the
one -ut by the northern route. We
cordially congratulate our Canadian
Bousins on the prospect. The inter
national boundary line should prove
no barrier to prevent the union be
connect the, two most prominent
cities on the mainland.north of the
Columbia river -*JfkaUte Post.
Further Debating.
tween these companies, which shall many penoni that Bilfoar'i speech,
■ - whioh waa of great length, wat wnlt,
diffute, oonfuied and poilUen, and
that on the fint bhante he hu had to
ihow if he wu capiblt of riling to a
treat occasion ht hu made a notable
failure. Parnell hss postponed the
ntroduction of hii amendment until
be consult! with his collosgues. Lord
Hartington ii about to issuo a manifesto through tho new unionist paper.
In it he aays: " We tre confronted
it the pntent moment by • more
scute form of the problem! of Irslind
than hu euor been presented in put
Jays of difficulties. The problems
live been intensified by tctioni of
liberals who, suddenly discarding
»ery remedy hitherto approved hy
liberals, havo made a change of front
unparalleled in' completeneu and
tepidity and adopted a policy to avoid
On lhe Coercion, Bill-Dillon
Makes lliiiiseir Henrd.
tumbling t'ntcss—Indicted for
Murder-A Pugilistic Encounter.
By AssixijuteU Pi-csi.
AN IMP0ETAN1'   INTERVIEW.
Paiiih, Mnr. 28.—Conaidevablo sensation has been caused by tlio publication
:>f a reported conversation between M,
,i l leijuiteu nuinviwii-iiiii uetwuen iu.    ,*,-  ._-,..   . .V     jlJi.'. .Sf-     ,   .t--
Flourcnt, French'.mister of fureign    'h=t,"era,e'°fJ^e J"??"*"-'   °f  *e
■flairs,-and a eorr$Prijlenl.of Nam   ^m .^"T"'   ^' - .*«??'■ **»
......      '. .■ itimulated the courage and honet of
theseparatistt."   The wholt tone of
the manifesto indicates thst there will
Vemia, of St. Petersburg. The story
is oilicially tleulnre-l incorrect, but little value is nttacho'l to .tlto denial,
According to tho published report M.
Flourens said:. "1 entered office with a
full conviction that tbe true policy of
France was.to live on good terms with
Russia,. for while Russia is with us   lowed Balfour.   He aaid that this oo-
*ar  with   Germany  is
Russia tame forward  to ub in a moment of danger, imd we will not re-
jndanj*oi'ed." M. Flourons pvofcBscd
ho had little fear of an alliance oi
Italy. Austria and Gennauy.   Ho be-
the Turkish government would expel
occasion to interfere in Bulgariu. He
thought complications would likely
arise between Franco and England as
England would sootier or later quit
Egypt for slie could not dream of continental cimquosts.
MEYERS WINS.
Svbnbv, N.S., Mar. 28.— Lon Meyers, of New York, and W. N. George,
af England, ran a 500 yard race Saturday. Meyer won by six yards in 2
minutes, 10 seconds,
ANARCHISTS SENTENCED.
icted of setting lire to the city and
attempting to blow up the Imperial
Ion the  loth inst, 3 days from
■   'k.
DEAD.
London, Mav.,28,— Ditler Gotham
Vlonrad, tho well-known, Danish cccle
aiastical cabinet minister and author
s dead.'
THE CZAK ANII THE STUDENTS.
St. PETEitsuraa, Mar. 28.—-The
f'/M replying to an address of the stu
bs compromise.   Messrs;  Cain   and
Chamberlain indorse the mtnifeito.
DIILON TALKS.
In the bouse of common! Dillon foi*
sreion bill would never pau into law.
(Irish cheers.) If he believed the.
people' of Englind' wtrt capable of
main with folded arms should Bhe be   sanctioning  the measure, he  would
live up forever the hope nf seeing the
Irish and the English shake handa,
The IriBh people would bo ilavet in*
lieved the Bulgarians'thomsclveB oi   deed if they submitted to it.   Either
he would leavo the country where no
the. regents and Russia would have no   Irishman could live unlets he lived
liko a slave, or if-the people were
willing he would bt proud and happy
to lead them in battle. (Cheers.)
The measure could only result in causing increased diiorgtniiition and driving tke people back to the horrors of
former years. Earl Spencer, believing his life fn be in- danger, had tha
courage to face the people of Ireland,
but small credit was due to the pres-
ant government, who did not know
the dangers they were facing, (drill
of " Oh, Oh!" and cheen.) Con-
iiderablo excuses on whioh  to found
Vienna, Mar. 28.—13  Anurchists   the  coercion  bill   hsd  never  been
lttrd.   Mr. Balfour had .ucceeded in
proving nothing but his own ignorance
govern.   The sooner he quitted ol
the better for belaud and himself.
The government wu practically treat*
ng Irishmen like slaves, Thty sought
EO rout them but like vermin.
light
Ti6
this coercion bill pasted, neither land
purduise bill nor any other Irish mea-
lure would livi to be' applied it the
wnds of an Engliah parliament.
A OAMBHNO FEACAS.    .
Boston, Mar. 28.—Thii afternoon
Adolph A. Albrecht, druggist, wu en*
jagod in a game of faro in a gambling
house run by Ddward Flsnmg.n ana
David Lannahan.   Albrecht nyi he
dents of the university, cotiirratulating   detected Lsnnahan in an attempt to
him from his escape from injury in thep-heat him and    remonstrated  with
recent plot to assassinate him, Bays
'I thank tho university, and hope it
will prove its relation to mo by deedi
nut merely oh paper, and endeavor to
efface tho gravo impression which the
fa,    part a number of the students took in   »nd he Bred two shot,  more, one of
»rai
no
tho criminal  design on my life line
oreatcd in every one.   May God bleu
being    ind guide the university aright."
indicted for drirery.
New York, Mar. 28,-Tho Iforld'i
Halifax  special  snys:—"Irish circles
ire muoh excited over the indictment
for personal bribery found by the
Tftiid jury of Viotoria county against
no. Costigau, minister of inland revenue.   Thia iB the first time in Canadian history thnt a cabinet tninistel
las been indicted for personal bribery.
the dauntless crosses the winning
UNE.
Queenstown, Mnr. 28.—-Tlie Dauntless crossed the finishing lino at 0:45
i.m. Her actual time if passago wai
fl daya, ono hour, -13 niius., and 19
leconds. Sho hus beon towed ink
larbor and is now safely anchored.
Ol'ILTY OF MURDER.
San Francisco, Mar. 28.—The arguments woro Concluded to-day in the
laso of Aloxandor Goldcusnn, charged
with tho murder of the seliool girl,
Mamie Kelly, on November lust. The
court immediately charged tho jury,
which retired nt 4:07 p.m. About
:45 tbe jury returned iind rendered
the following verdict: "Poople vb.
Alexander Goldenson: Tlw jury in the
above entitled  case 'ind  defendant
The prisoner, on hearing the verdict,
fleeted a pleasant look and Bought on*
loursgoment by looking nt his brother,
his brother's face waa as pale as
bis own. The judge animuncod that)
he would pasa sontonco next Saturda;
,nd then court adjourned.
THE COERCION  BIT,!,.
London, Mar. 28.—A conference
liberal unionists will bo held at Dcv
inshire House on Thursday to eon
sider the coercion bill. An exchange!
af views in the lobbies disclosed the
fact that several oni'inists  disapprove]
the measure, but the mass of th
party consider its pi'.nisi-.ns not tm
stringent. Lord Hartitigtbii and Mr.l
Ohamborloiu will givo a thuroughj
■upport to the whole proposals. Tin
threatened defection of unionists will|
probably not exceed ten votes, lcav
ing the government still with a potent
majority. Tho Parnellites held ati|
informal meeting and united in de.
nouncing what they torm tho nttooioui
character of the coercion bill.   Th
Lanmhah; that the litter attacked
iim with an iron bar, when he (Albrecht) in self defense shot Lannahan
hrough the bead, killing him instant*
y; that Flannigan then attacked him
whioh entered Fltnnigin't brtut and
he other his head.
k rUOILIBTlC INCOUNTIR.
Piiidadeiahia, Mar. 28.—The fight
let ween J. Mitchell of this eity and
Paddy Smith of Brooklyn for thi
Police Ganette belt tnd the lightweight champiomhip of America took
dace to-night on the fifth floor of a
milding in the heart of the oity. Sixteen rounds were fought, when the
light was declared a draw amid i
iceue of wild confusion.
Eastern Cmntt.
Upper Canada Collage it to be ibol*
ished.
South'! election in Winnipeg It to
ie contested.
The Montreal poitofflce building it
to be enlarged.
The legislative council in New
Brunswick it to be abolished.
W. Veitch, a baggage-muter on the
Canadian PaciBc railwiy, wu killed at
Montreal.
An international oongreu of American and Canadian boarai ot trade it
to be held in Montreal in May.
The February account of the poit
      hee uvingi bank shows a total of
railty of murder iu tho lirst degree.-'.1   B18,806,188.64 to the credit of dtpos-
The queition of inadequate salaries
of the judges in Ontario hu been laid
before the minister of justico by a
jdeputttion.
The oity license commissioners ef
Hamilton have promised to make a
reduction in the number of liquor
licenses issued.
Tho poitofUoe department uyi the
[advisability of using the Canadian
I'm'itic ns a link in it direct postal
Irotte esst is under consideration by
tho imperial authorities, with every
[prospect of a favorable deciiion.
Hon. Mr. Foiter, u the mult of
hii visit to the Pacific cout lut tlir,
has perfected a scheme for considers
bio permanent iniprovimtnti to the
navigation of Canadian wtten thue,
v. hieh will bo carried into elftct during the coming seaaon.
Thc Mail's London correspondent
[cablet: It ia rumored hire, on what
ia considered very good authority! that
-Sir   John  A. Macdonald will I
measure, they said, concealed "»deiKm ahortl> as high commisilooer.an*
itt provisions powers for the exduiioiA|,u Slr Charles Tupptr will bl thi
...   a..   ,......,..,  „f   .*.    „..i.i..— 8ff   prBmjer     A,tw .(..Ing,, jMrt
■time in England Sir John will be
Braised to the peerage and till return
Ito Canada as governor g
af the liberty of the proas, publi
meetings, freo speech and nll indirid
uat rights. The Parnellites diareyard|
the throats of Mr. Smith to continui
the debate until the second reading
nt the bill. Thoy aay that If protraction of sitting results in a test of physical endurance thoy will be ready foi
the struggle.   It it thc opinion ol
Job printing of ill kinds neatly dont
t the Coi.vmuax oflloe.    Prioet will bl
Wound lower than at aay other offloi In
he provinoe.—Adv. '
llli flftilg fritish Columbian
:. Marcli It. Issi.
As a rule, tho man who accumulates a fortune is his own best executor. % Those who leave vast estates to be administered after they
are dead and gone usually commit
a serious mistake for which there is
no remedy. Tlie Stewart estate has
juit gone into the New York courts
beoause, it is claimed, the executor,
ex-Judge Hilton, cheated the widow
out of vast sums, aggregating over
120,000,000. Stewart will long be
remembered as America's merchant
prince, but he leaves no monument
that touches the hearts of men.
Somo time ago the eity council
appointed Hon. Henry Holbrook
representative of Westminster in
England, and we took occasion to
remark that the appointment was
an excellent one. In the Cheshire
Observer of the 5th inst. we observe
a notice of the appointment, and
also a letter from Mr. Holbrook
touching upon imperial federation in
which Tie draws attention to the
immense resources of Canada and
especially of British Oolumbia. We
notice also that the paper read before the Royal Colonial Institute in
London by the Bishop of New
Westminster on the 8th inst. ha!
been published in the Colonies and
India. Such notices as these are
sure to result in good to this country. During his stay in England
Bishop Sillitoe will be a very effective emigration agent, because he is
thoroughly British Columbian, and
his position gives him many opportunities for saying a good word for
us.
Our Church-st. cotemporary in
his last issue makes another spasmodic attempt to persuade his readers that the provincial government
is not worthy of the confidence of
the people. The provincial secretary, he says, "has managed to secure a following that enables hiin'to
do just as he pleases in tlie houso."
Not long ago the same organ was
declaring that the provincial secretary would have no following in the
house at all; and not long before
tbat he declared that the provincial
secretary would not himself be permitted even to get a seat in the
house. The opposition, under Mr.
Bole, was going to bowl out the govemment in the first innings, and
after that, with our representative
as attorney-general and Mr. Orr as
chief commissioner of lands and
works, everything would be truly
lovely! But the organ confesses
now that the thing didn't work.
The people, who in our cotemporary's eyes are obstructionists, re
fused to come forward in support of
the opposition programme, and the
provincial secretary has just as
large a "following" as ever. But to
tay that those representatives who
support the government are mere
tools in the hands of any man is to
insult a large majority of the
house.
Richmond's (30,000 Loan.
The people of Richmond municipality will be called upon next week
to vote on a by-law proposing to
borrow (30,000 for local improvements. The intention is, we believe,
to construct a road across Lulu and
Sea islands, crossing the two branches of the north arm of the Fraser
by means of bridges. In this way
it is proposed to provide a means by
which persons living on these islands
may reach' the mainland and the
markets at all seasons of the year.
We are not sufficiently acquainted
with the details of the scheme to
pronounce an intelligent opinion as
to its probable utility. There is
great need of a more convenient
outlet for this rich and growing
agricultural district. The rapid development that is sure to take place
on the peninsula between Fraser
Rivir and Burrard Inlet this summer will give the Nortii Arm settlement an excellent market for all it
can produce, and anything that
tends to improve the means of reaching the market will add so much to
the receipts of the producer. There
are real difficulties in the way, and
we hope the people have carefully
considered them. A bridgo across
the North Arm must be made with
» draw, and the span must be long
enough to admit of the passage of
rafts of sawlogs. It must also be
protected against ilie. Moreover,
the nature of the soil on these
itlindi ii such as co make road-building a costly undertaking. We believe there is no gravel to be had,
and the soil is so soft that a road
without gravel or timber can hardly
he uud it all except in dry weather.
If thete difficulties have been fairly
oongidered, and the way out of them
it plain, it mutt be said on the
other bind that the construction of
thete roads ind bridges would be
it incalculable value to the settlers.
The fur of incurring a large debt
': or inoreuing taxation will not, we
think, be sufficient to outweigh the
substantial benefit! that are certain
to folio** thii great work if it oan
le tucceufully iccomplished for the
turn uked. Wo ire in favor of
borrowing money for tuch schemes
ai thete, ond thon who go upon the
prinoiplo of mokiiw the .revenue
mmure tho expwditow under all
circumstances will never achieve
any comprehensive work of great
public utility. Wo say to the people of Richmond: Be sure you are
right, and then go ahead.
Don't Depaih of Reukf, if' troubled
with Chronic Dyspepsia or Constipation.
Those ailments, as well as Biliousness,
Kidney infirmities, and feminine troubles,
are eradicated by Northrop k Lymad's
Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure,
an alterative of -long tried and clearly
proven efficacy. It is a line blood depur*
ent u woll u corrective, and contains no
ingredients whioh are not of the highest
standard of purity.
Estate of Kelly Bros.
TAKE  NOTICE.
A LL PEHSONH INDEFTED TO THE
ri. abovo Estate are notl.icd that Mr.
Henry V, Edmonds Is alone authorised
by us to receive payment thereof nnd to
eke receipts for sum.*.
ft. J. PITTS,
F. G. SIMPSON,
JNO.  WILSON,
Assignees of Estate of Kelly Bros.
dmh25to            .
35TOTIOB.
Ira the Hitler mt the Estate or Alcxauiler
Morgan, deceased.
NOTICE Ifl HEREBY GIVEN THAT
all persons Indebted to the late Alexander Morgan, deceased, are required to
pay the amount of their Indebtedness to
the undersigned forthwith; and all persons having nny claim against sala es*
tnte are required to furnish particular*
thereof, duly verified, within ono mouth
from this dato.
Dnted nt New Westminster, 2ith Mnrcli,
18S7.
CORBOULD A McCOLL,
Solicitors for Benj. Adans, Executor.
dmhJHwl
FURNITURE
W. PROTHERO & GO.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
ALL KINDS OP FURNITURE.
REMOVED
43-To shop lately occupied by Mr. Darcy,
Columblastreet.
Call and examine our stock and prices
before buying. We can't be UNDEUOLD
ln tho city. Repairing of all kinds neatly
done. W. PROTHERO A CO.
. seietc   ■■■'■
— IMPORTANT	
Auction Sale
IO BE HOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION,
by the undersigned, on
T
Wednesday, April i.'llli. 1887,
Commencing at to n. in., nt the Farm of
Mr. John Latimer. Langley Prairie, the
following live and dead stock:
1 span or Work Horni'-.*. gooil.
I ll-yfrtr-old Coll.
1 ■Saddle Horse.
6 ('own.
4 -t-yrar-nld Heifer and Steer-*.
« year-old ml ven.
J Wagon, nearly new; nud sundry other
Farm Implement*.
Terms--Under 820, ensh; over that amount, approved Joint, bills, nt 00 days with*
out interest.
HENRY DAVIS,
dwmli21td , Auctioneer.
Wood and Goal.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS ON HAND A
large quantity of
BEST WELUXGTIIX LUNP GOAL
And an assortment of
CORD WOOD,
Which he will sell'at lowest rntes.  He
will nlso promptly attend to all kinds of
Orders* left at Mr, McColl'sstoroon Columbia street, or at my house, Douglas
street, will meet with prompt nt tent lou,
HENRY ELLIOTT.
New Westminster B, C. JlylOto
YOUNG MEN'S
Christian Association!
IN THE SKATING RINK at 8 o'clock
every *
and April.
every Wednesday night during March
Tickets for Course SI, which gentlemen
mny exchange for membership to Juno
SOth, 1887, without extra fee.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30:
Popular   Lecture!
BY REV. COVERDALE WATSON.
HuhJect-"Htjl>staiitlall»tUt" the latent-
born Philosophy; or MaterialisticSalenoe
noii-plussed.
Admission, (Wets. Tickets mny be had
at the stores of 1), Lyal, G. II. Grant A Co,
and D. S. Curtis A Co. dmh'Ud
LEE COY
SUCCESSOR TO
Quong On Lung & Co.
BEOS TO NOTIFY THE PUBLIC
that he hoa now opened out in his
new briok premises on
FRONT STREET
And has the bost and largest stoek of
ill
IN THIS CITY.
CALL A SEE ME.
Chinese Llbor contracted for.
dmhflml
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity, strength and wholesomeness. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
oannot be sold In competition with the
multitude of low test, short' weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans,
Royal Baking Powdkr Co., 106 wall St,,
New York. Wely
HACK FOR HIRE.
THE UNDERSIGNED lies established
himself In tbe Citv of New Westminster with a FIRST-CLASS
COVERED CARRIAGE,
Whieh In ope* for Engagements nt
very Moderate Charges*
Orders left at the Colonial Hotel or sent
by telephone, will bo promptly attended
to day or night, Stablo next H. Elliott's
JOS. CATES.
Tolephono No, 39. mylte
ITOETH
ooi^rPu&.iT'sr
capital, $3,ouo,ooos   losses
raid, 948,000,000
-KB.»»»»".»■«■•.«B«sl * HOW
Rates as Low as any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
iir ltisks promptly takon, nnd Losses
satisfactorily adjusted.
T. R. PEARSON,
aortic (B. O.S. A P. Co.) AQENT.
JOHN S. COX,
IMPORTER & DEALER IN
Fancy fe Poultry
IT COSTS NO MORE TO KEEP GOOD
Fowls than lt does to keep poor Fowls.
My Breeding Pons are equal to any In
thc United htates or Canada.
I propose to furnish Errs from promltim
and flrttt-cInsH Fowls, my [Ionian being to
establish a reputation that will last.   -
VARIETIES OF FOWLS:
White Crested Black Polish,
nUck Spanish,
Lungs-hang*:,
La Flcohe,
■liver Spangled Hamburgh,
White and Brown Leghorns,
llondans,
Light Brahmas,
Pit Games,
Plymouth Hock,
Partridge Cochins,
noui-it nnd Aylesbury Dunks,
Toulouse Oeeafi
SPANISH LAP-KAK KABBITH.
Cash must accompany all orders.
Address, with stamp,
JOHN H.COX.
dwfeXii. New Westminster
PIANOS
THE UNDERSIGNED has
just received a large consignment of
Pianos and Organs,
Which he will sell cheap. These
instruments may be purchased
for cash or in monthly instalments, to suit purchaser. Call
and get my figures before purchasing elsewhere, and it will be
to your interest.
Secohd-hAnd Pianos and Organs for sale or to rent.
Instruments maybe seen at
Mr. D, Lyal's Book and Stationery Store, Columbia Street.
ii-.mii it.  T. Ri PEARSON.
ITOTIOE.
To the Stoch-MrWers of the New Westminster Gas Comvany, Limited Liability. I
A MEETING OF THE NEW WEST-
XI. minster Qaa Company will be held
at Rand Bros.'a Ollice on Monday. Nay
tad. 1187, at 8 o'olock p. m., to tnko Into
consideration and vote upon thn innreas-
Ine of tho Capital Htock from 8(15,000.00 to
$78,000.00.
a. J* MILNE, I-nsMent;
B.UOIIGLAH,
J. I.. STAMFORD,
Directors.
New Westminster, Marcli 21,1187.
; dmhSlttl
IUPHOHlCSUHO.6.
P. 0. BOX 71
WM McCOLL,
Ssisral Hii:.!
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries & Provisions.
LUH-iBOM'S BLOCK, Columbia St.
PORT HAMMOND
NURSE RY
Fruit Trees,
Ornamenlal Trees,
Small Fruits,
And OARDEN STOOK on hand In great
variety.
Everything flrst-olnss nnd furnished in
good shape.
Q. W.HENRY,
dw-deldtc Port Hammond, B. C.
WALSH'S
TAILORINU
EMPORIUM
Colnmbia St., Kew Westminster,
HAVINO JUST RECEIVEDODR NEW
Fall and Winter Stock, we invite in
spection of tho finest selection of
Eaallsk, Snick, Herman, math,
smt Aaatrlous
SUITINGS M©«B
Ever shown iu New Westminster.    For
a GOOD FIT aud artistic style we defy
competition. -
dnoaoto THOS. WAIAH.
Look Here!
fF YOD WANT TO  MAKE  A NICK
PRESENT
To n friend or relative, go down to HTIK*
BKY'S ond look at Home of those extra-
ordinary hannla. lu
UdlM- snd Gentlemen's Gold and
Sllrer Watches,  Chains,
Charms, etc., etc.
Or If you want a useful ornument for your
house, examine those bountiful s-tlny
slrlklBlI'IMks, with ralliciliiil gongs.
He Is selling at BOTTOM PRICES.
Walekea, from (5 upwards, nil warranted
nae Walrk krimlrlimii Bpeelslly, nnd
good workmnnshlisguiiiiintecd.
•ar Remember the   plnee—tbe "Blue
Store."
dwnuftyl
Columblu Ht., New West.
GUARDIAN
Insurance Com'y
OP LONDON, ENG.
Total Funds, (18,000,000
INBABLY)
ESTABJ.I8HEO 1821
Risks Taken at Rates
as Low as any other
Reliable Comp'y.
T. R. PEARSON,
doo7lo        ill. C. R. A P. Co.) AGENT.
W^E.AUSTIN,
A large Assortmeni ot
DRY QOODS
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GROCERIES
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As no liquor or tobnrco Is used we cull by
temperate habits ahd cartful economy
serve the publio tt especially lo* rates.
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next 15 days.
AILMH.    MSESiS
BUYING F. )M THP MANUPAO*
tururs for cash, I am in a position
to sell nt bottom prices. My Goods nro
marked iu plain figures and tlie prices
have not beon put up to moot the discount taken off, Cull and see prices be*
fore purchasing elsewhere.
•W Fine Watoh Kepuirhig a Hpo-inlty,
Jewelry made to order,
F.CKAKH.
WATCHMAKER'
Oppcwite rat Bank, ilw-dntSto
■JSTOT'IOB-
A LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THK
J\ Corporation of the City of New Westi
minster for delinquent Taxes are hereby
notified thnt unless payment Le made at
the offlce of tbe City Clerk on or before
the 15th day of April next, legal proceedings will betakonfortho.frecoveryof tho
same. By Ordei,
,   a.*...       JAS- A* ROBINSON,
dmh24td o. M. C.
TENDERS
ARE   INVITED   UP TO NOON OF
the 1st day of April, inff, for tbe
Surchnso of the leasehold premises on the
Jwtb-wett eornerof Columbia and Mc
Kensle Streets, New Westminster.    "
The highest or any tonder not necessarily accepted.
For further particulars apply to
W, NORMAN BOLE,
dmhlStopl       Solicitor for Mortgagee,
NOHOB.
In the nuttier of the Estate of Charles
Brown, deceased intestate.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE
late ChnrlM Brown are required to
pay tbe uinounts forthwith, and all persons having clnlm. w-iilnst the said (.Ess.
Brown must forworn the same on or before the 10th April, lm;, to tho under-
sinned. E. A. JENNS,
dm)i2ml. .   .Administrator.
IF YOU WANT
To i eplnoe tho Plants lost last Winter,
send, to
10 House PlMtl, by mail, fer  -   tl
10 Hardy Planta,        " 1
25 packets Flower Seeds, I
I lmvo the most coniploto stoek of Flow*
erlnu nnd Ornnmentii! Plants In the Pro*
vtnee.
FORGET-ME-NOT.
G. A. MoTAVISH, Seed-erower and Florist, North Saanich, B. C.
ttfi.Cnta'lbgues seat free to any address.
dw'nlilSml
Fook Wo.
Seok Koko.      Kwonq Hind.
Fook Wo*Co
DEALERS IN
GROOEBIES1 PROVISIONS
Employment Offloe.
Columliia St., near Cleveland Home
dmb22ml
SO BMK. *hii_i_
Atmci   *-?S||*|
m
•mi tsnti,
New Westminster, Coul Harbor
nnd Seattle Route.
(J. w. TARTE, Master.)
WILL LEAVE SEATTLE EVERY
Thursday Horning at fo'elafk. for
New Westminster nnd Coal' Harbor, via
Port Townsend and the Islands; arrlvesnt
New Westminster on Friday forenoon
lenves for Coal Harbor about two hours
afterwards; leaves COAL HARBOR Frl.
liny Kllht for Seattle.
ran to Seattle .....*4.M
FrclKlit per ton  4.M
Special rates to merchants.        aplOtc
DRUQGISTSI
Xew WeRtmlniter, B. 0.
dwmblutc
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVkN THAT
IY thirty daya ttftor dnte we Intend making application to tho Chief Commission-,
er of Lands and Works for a len*e for timbering purposes of tho following desert bed
landa, situate on Lhe east side of HarrlRon
Lake, up n creek generally known as
Twenty-mile Creek, where a etake hns
been planted on tho water's edgo of the
ereek nbout ono mile from Harrison Lake;
thence running ln a south-easterly direction forty (40) ehalna; thence In a north-
easterly direction eight hundred (800)
chains; tlienco running in a north-westerly direction forty (-10) chain*1, moreor
loss, to the water's edge of said creek!
thenoo following tho water's edge of creek
eight hundred (800) chalni-,more orient,
tothe point of com mencement—containing three thousnnd two hundred (8300)
acres, more or less, and to be- known m
Limit C.
Alto, tho following lm*d<< situate on the
opposite sine df the crook to Limit C. and
to be known as. Limit I), commencing
where a stnke lias been planted about one
mile from Harrison Lnke st the water's
edge of said oreek; thenee running In a
north-westerly direction forty («) chalni;
thenee running In a north-easterly direction eight hundred (800) ehains: thenee
running In  n  south-easterly direction
creel
elgh.  ,..„, - ,...„.,.,„,„..,
to the point of odmmenct'mont—containing three thousand two hundred [8800]
acres, more or less.
., « n  J*V'^ * KVLB.
Vancouver, B. C., March 10,1887.
nnitiK in n soiun-eaiieriy direction
rly H0J chains, more or less, to said
aek; thenee, tyi&VJng the water's edge
■ht hundred 1800] chains, more or lesit
2-TOTICE3.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
60 days after date, wo Intend making
application to the Chief i -nmmhisloner of
Lands and Works for permission to purchase HH) acres of timber lands on Howo
Bound, described an follow*-;:
Commencing nt a post set on the North
shore of Thorn borough channel, near Ita
head,thence North soehalns, thence West.
20 chains, South 80 olinlns; thenoe East to
place of commencement.
ROVAL CITY PLANING MIMA CO.
(Limited)
JOHN HENDRY, Manager.
New Wostmlnstor, March 1st, 1S87.
dmhlm2
THE ISSTASTARBOUS
INK & STAIN
ERASER
Will remove all Ink or Frul
Stains, Iron Rust, Grease or
Mould, and leave the paper or
fabric perfectly uninjured.
TRY IT.   PRICE, 500-
B. C. STATIONERY & PRINTING CO.
NewWestminster, Vancouver k Victoria
dwnol&to
WHITE
IS KING!
HAVING SECURED THB AGENCY
for this celebrated Machine, I
would be pleased to send ono on trial to
any person desirous of purchasing. Tho
Machines are sold on their own merits.
Every Maohine guaranteed by tlio Company for live years.
C.   J.   ROBSON'S
Fruit, Confectionery S. Fnnoy Glnss-   *
ware k Chins Store,
Columbia St.,
Xnv ffrst.
PACIFIC
New Westminster, B. G.
REID & GITRRIE
MMHIFAOTtUtEM & IMPORTERS OF
Farm Wagons,
Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons,
Carriages,
Top Buggies,
Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
Butcher Carts,
Dog Carts,
Dump Carts.
Drays, Stages,
AND   EVERYTHING   I\   THE
VEHICLE LINE
We huvo a large stuck of most of
the above nrtiuhm nn Imml, ulso n largo
stock of Wagon antl Carriage Material,
Wheels, Worn and Hardware.
Repairing, Painting ts Irlmnili ,•
done at reasonable prioes,
BLACKSMITHINC
In all its Branches.
Estimates . given oil Ironwork, an!
Contracts taken. Agricultural Implements made and repaired, and all kimi,
of Ironwork for Saw Mills', Locgin-j
Camps and Fanners, kept iti stouK-aml
made to order.
Horse-Slioi'lnir nm. General
•lobbing.
We also keep in stock to supply the
trade, Iron, Steel, Cliuins, Cumberland
Coal, Horse and Ox Hhous, Harrows,
Iron and Steel Harrow Teeth, Carriago
Sprint's and Axles, and a complete stock
of Carriatre Hardware
Parties requiring anything iu our line
will And by inspecting our stock that
they don't require to go to Viotoria to
get what they want, for they can get a
superior article at a reasonable price
here.
We are also manufacturing and selling
the celebrated
VICTOR   HAY BALING PRESS,
At reduced prices.   It is tlie best and
cheapest Press in the market.
mrVfe have got tho best workmen to hn
bad In the country, nnd wo Import nearly
all the stoek we use from the east—consequently we enn ofler Inducements Utxnn-
chasers that we oould not have dono some
time ago. All materia) and work leaving
the shop Will ho guaranteed fo bo Just n*
represented. Orders from tbo oountry
promptly attended to.
dwoelml RIID&OURRIB / ithouBh surprised, with every one
o'so, by tho actual Investment ot Paris,
Mum. Dutaniy, like a prudent woman,
Imd long been engaged In the work of
I<i'iivl6iiiiilng hor establishment, and had
iimimsoii such an abundance o( provls-
iuiis that, had the siege lasted three
months longer, tho Dutalllys would not
lmvo known want. From the month
of (Mobor lior family had reason to bless
lior, and as a pinto was laid for me regularly I had equal cause to rejoice at
tlie wlso forethought which had secured
results uo satisfactory.
I was not tlio only guest welcome at
tills ho-plinblo board. Another plate
was placoil by tlio sido of mine. It waa
for young Anatolo Biichaut, head clerk
Ju tiio factory.
This bravo fellow, melancholy, lean,
rntlior timid, was deeply In love with
Ills employer's daughter, M'llo Oortrude,
who did not seem at nll insensible to
his passion. Without nny discussion,
tho marriage of thoso two young people
si'omod to have been tacitly agreed upon.
Unfortunately tho war had postponed the
denouomont.
llrlehnut, a corporal in the volunteers
of the Seine, discharged his J*'* as a
soldlor ns conscientiously as no did
everything, but without enthusiasm, and
cursed the unending siege which had retarded his happiness. Be also permitted
him solf to criticise themllltary operations
without rancor, but not without n touch
of bUtoi'iioss,
These criticisms somewhat disturbed
the coinposuro of Father Dutnllly. an
enthusiastic admirer' of Qen. Trochu.
About this time a writer on the Temps
was engagod In Inditing a scries of
articles reviewing the courso of the
war ln the provinces, and explaining,
by the aid ot a fervid Imagination,
what movements might have been attempted.
Dutnllly took these romances, seriously, and predicted, by their lurid
light, Important victories In the near
future, llrlehnut, an unbeliever, ventured now and then a timid objection.
Dutailly became excited, lost' his head,
and could not be consoled for his
clerk's want of faith In such brilliant
strategy.
The appearance of a new guest still
■y^lff
Shi hai imstttd him to
more complicated tbe situation. I was
surprised one evening to set In my plaoe,
on Mmo. Dutnllly'a right, a stranger with
a high color, broad shoulders, muttering an:' vain-glorious.
" H. Roblllard," said Dutailly, on Introducing us, "captain of the 'Enfants
renins' of Courbovole."
I was wondering how this capacious
Jawed mandarin happened to lw thero
tlmt ovening nibbling at our share ot tho
clioose, when Mmo. Dutailly informed
mo, not without emotion,'
Aa night was coming on aho had
fallen on the Boulevard, and tho con-
sequenooi might have been sorie* hod.
not Roblllard oome to her reteuo ud
brought her home a little flurried. Out
of gratltudo sho had Invited Mm to
dinner.
Tho explanation consoled me. I trusted
that I had seen the last ot tho doughty
warrior. The war, he said, had brought
liim back to Paris, whoaeeafety demanded
fits presence. As to hia adventures In
tho suburbs at the head ot tho "Enfants
Perdus," they surpassed bollof.
I Invented ul excuse fo* leaving after
the coffee, utterly disgusted with the
rhodomontadeof this Gascon, horn whom
I bolioved I was parting forever, but In
which bollof I waa terribly deceived.
On the following Sunday he reappeared;
ho came again on Thursday, and Anally
his plott, was laid at alt the repasts as
regularly as my own,
Roblllard had gained an Influence over
Mme. Dutailly by hit droll ttorlta and
liad won her husband by hll apparent
Interest In the military operations In
the Temps., Anatole visibly lost ground
nt every meal, ground whieh this bully as
visibly occupied.
Tho former's discomfiture waa especially noticeable after tho engagement
nt Bourget, whero tho poor boy bad
bravely done hia duty, and wbenee he
returned to ua wounded In tho forearm. Ho gave us all the details ot
the affair and the circumstances ot the
sad end of the heroic combat with
so profound a sadnest that the captain
seemed Inclined to chargo him with
cowardice.
The next day he wu feverish, kept hll
bed, and for several weeks was absent
from tha table. The captain lott no time
In Ingratiating hlmielfwlth thecharm*
Ing Gertrude.
I thought It was about time to Interfere In behalf ot thesspoor children.
It was, In tact, the laat Sunday ot tht
year, and tba convolution naturally
turned upon New Year's Day, which wu
to be observed u a family tout,
*   "Parbleul   Dear  Ume.   Dutailly,"
" / run, dear madams."
cried the captain, "I mutt give you t
turprlBo for your present."
On the eventful da; Anatole brought
it rabbit which hid boon aught la •
trap in tho devastated Island of St.,
Denis. Tho captain presented to Mmo.
Dutnllly an Immense bag ol matrons
glnci's in a German helmet.  '
"Dear madaiue," said he, smiling,
" It wus quite possible lor mo to have
Riven .vou the head ot tbo ownor ol thia
helmet u well."' ,-.
"WhatI" cried Mmo. Dutailly, lott
The theU broke into fisymentt.
In admiration, "you actually killed
bim?"
" In order to offer you these bonbons, which are not, I make free to ssy,
within the reach ol everybody."
I spare my readers tbe details of the
adventure..
What a sorry spectacle the poor,
strangled rabbit made by the side ot
this glorious trophy!
" As for me," said I, " I have my little
surprise too, only it has not yet arrived,
and If you will take my advice we will
dine without watting for It," '
Weweretaking coffee whon a servant;
announced that an artillery man had Just1
deposited my present In the salon. '
" What can lt be?" said Mme. Du-'
talily. '
"Don't Investigate, dear madams; It
Is a bombshell. Dutailly has several
times expressed to me his wish to have'
ft bombsholl-a real one, that had been
used; so at my request iny friend Roland, who commands a battery, has sent
mo this one from the plateau ot Avion,
where lt forget to explodo whon lt
tell."
While speaking I untied tho blue ribbon, tore off the paper, and there, sure
enough, wee the shell—black, sinister,
menacing.
"Parblcui" said Dutailly. "Yondelight me, I will have lt made into n
clock for my office."
"But," objected Mme. Dutailly, a
littlo nervously, " If tt hu not exploded—"
"Oh! rest easy I It was agreed that
Roland should send It cleaned out snd
empty,   Horo Is his letter."
I opened a note that had been fastened
to tho shell and preparod to read it aloud,
but my face hetrnyod so much surprise
and alarm thut overy ono exclaimed:
" What's tho matter?"
"Mon Dion! I-that ts-listen," and
I read:
!' Dear friond—This Is tho shell you
uked for—only It was Impossslble for
mo to Iind an artilleryman who knew
how to oitract the load. Have it taken
to tho gunsmith's In tho Possago do
ropin-a, wlio doos this kind of work vsry
cleverly. But thogrentost caution must
lo uihiiI—: nt the slightest shock or friction—for the thickness ot ft shoot ot
pnper would not——"
" Tiiltn ll. iiwoy I take lt away I" cried
Mine. Untidily. "It is dreadful to have
a litimbsliul! in my'salon."
" lie oiiliu," suld I, stretching out
my liitnil. " Be calm. There Is oo
cause for alarm. The artilleryman who
brought ll can Hike It away again."
" But, monsieur," said the servant,
" tho man has gone."
Fresh consternation.
" Then," said I, " It Is for me—"
" I forbid It," eagerly exclaimed Mme,
Dutailly. " You are not strong enough
to carry it. You would let It fall on the
.way—on tlie staircase, In tho vestibule,
or somewhere olso." '
"This," added Mmo. Dutailly, "Is
the task of a strong mnn. Fortunately
we have the captain hero,"
" But—" said the captain,,
" Certainly, iny good fellow, you are
na strong as a Turk and up to this
sort ot thing. You mako no more of
handling balls snd shells than a boy doos
of playing marbles of football."
" Pardon! pardon I" objocted the cap-
ain, who was visibly losing color. " It
.s only a shall, why-not wait until tomorrow and have it taken—-"
But Mme. Dutailly began to object
again: "To-morrow? And not get a
wink of sleep all night? I would rntlior
go mul lodge In a hotel,"
Hero Anatolo. mildly remarked:
" Remain at home, mademe. I will
carry the ehollto——"
" Cloarly," said I, " It Is no tuk for
n sick man."
" But for tho captain," continued
Dutailly, "I have confldenco In no
one but him. Come, captain, be quick.
Tako nway this monster and relieve us
from our nightmare."
" Iiulood, said he smilingly, "the
task scums to fall to me. I wu going
tn say when yuu Interrupted me Just
now, that tlio carrying ot this weapon by
a pedestrian Is extra hazardous. Its
transportation by carriage Is the only
safe method. Give me time to buckle
eu my sword lioltnnd go for a conveyance,
a matter of ton or fifteen minutes at the
most:'1
' Well, be quick," said Mme. Dutailly.
" I shall not dare to breathe while you
Ule gono." .•
" 1 run. dear madame," saying which
the nip!nin took his cloak and his kepi
and vanished.
lictnrni'il to the salon.
' It wns so eaay to hava jet me take
it." murmured Anatole.
' Bo i'tilotI" replied Dutailly. "It la
fui better to have left It to the captain."
.' l'in> iilad." groaned Mme. Dutailly,
" lie 'lout make us Wait tbo long."
"As to making' you wait, dear
muduiiu.', you can rely on his doing
that." said I gayly. " He will not
return."
" (iruclnus I  What do you mean?"
"I mean  my dear friends, that your
cup alu Is u swindler, and I congratulate
mvse'f npuii having dismounted nil guns
wit ii this harmless engine of wir.   Cook
I'l-eiy!.':
And taking a photographic album, I
dealt a heavy blow on the top ot tho
slmll, which broke Into fragments—
fni'iincnts of chocolate, for It wu chocolate-strewing the floor with graposhot
of I'onillts, burnt almonds ana pistachios.
. Three months lator Anatolo married
Gertrude. But the captain did not attend tho wedding,
«it-
A Bridgeport girl hu steady oompany
In tho person ol a young man who lo
forever and forever a-kltslng htr, Bho
likes a there ol toll tort ot sweetmeats, but quite frequently It palls on
her taste.
He Invited hor to ride the other moonlight night, and ihe aoeepted, fully
realising thit iho would be made tho
target oino Md ol otoulatory practice.
Out on tho nad, In the moonlight, tho
young mm handed hot the reins, plaoed
hii arm about hor mitt, and then draw
nearer to her.   .
Bhe said nothing. Handing bock tho
linos, from somewhere beneath her
wrap, the dro# out ft baseball catcher's
ouk, "trapped It to her laoe and reaohed
oot tor tho nnu.-lBridgeport Nom.
Business Directory.
The following Business Directory relates
only to persons whose advertisements appear In the Daily Columbian. It has
been found true, as a rule, that persona
who advertise liberally are liberal in their
dealings, and many persons make lt a
rule to give preference In their dealings to
tlmse establishments which advertise
freely. The following list Is arranged nl*
phabetlcally:
LRGA.L.
T.C.Atkinson ColumblaSt
Vf. Normun Bole ......ColumblaHt
Corbould A McColl _ McKenzie Ht
Branch Olliee nt Vancouver.
MEDIC A Is.
Dr. H. M. Cooper Church Ht
Dr. J.C.Henderson Chilliwhack, B.C.
Dr. I. M. McLean ...McKenzie Bt
Dr. DeWolfe Smith Clarkson St
insurance:.
W. J. Armstrong [tire] Court House
H. V. Edmonds..... McKenzie Ht
W. D, Ferris lllfe it accident] Ferris Ht
T. R, Pearson [fire A lite] ...ColumblaHt
Band Bros, [fire A life] McKensleSt
Branch Offices at Vancouver A Vie.
Turner, Beeton &Co. Iflro] Victoria
Woods.Turner A Gamble
[fire, life A ucoident] ColumblaSt
HEAL  KSTATE AGENCIES.
W. N. Bolo ColumblaHt
Corbould A McColl McKenzio Ht
H. V.Edmondw McKenzie Ht
W. D. Ferris Ferris St
Capt Pittendrigh McKenzio Ht
Rand Bros McKenzie Ht
Woods, Turner A Gamble Columbia Ht
ARCHITECT, An,
0. H. Clow. Clinton Ht
Q. Vf. Grant McKenzio Ht
AUCTIONEERS.
H. N. Rioh..... ..--Ludner's Landing
T. J. Trapp Columbia Ht
AOENTS FOR MACHINERY, Ae,
Fraser A Leonard Vancouvor
F. Welcome McCrndy MoKensle St
BOOKS * STATIONERY.
D. Lyal Columbia Bt
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
T. R. Pearson Columbia Ht
PRINTING A RULING.
TheColumblau Steam Printing Establishment ColumblaHt
STOVES A TINWARE.
Jas. Cunningham Columhla Ht
H. M. Cunningham A Co Columbia Ht
HARDWARE.
Jns. Cunningham Columbia St
GAS FITTINGS.
Jas. Cunningham Columhla Ht
H, M. Cunningham A Co.......ColumblaHt
SEWING MACHINES.
C.J. Robson ColumblaHt
HARNESS, At.
Douglas A Deighton Columbia St.
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
W. R, Austin Front St
Jos. Cunningham Columbia Ht
C.G. Major Columbia Ht
Wm. McColl Coiumbin St
C. McDouough Front St
DRY GOODS.
D. DryBdnlc A Co. Columbia St
Jas. Ellard A Co.,.., ColumblaHt
Ogle, Campbell tt Co Columbia St
FURNITURE.
Peebles A Heckley Columbia St
W. Prothero Columbia St
WOOD A COAL.
A. Burns Blackie Bt
Henry Elliott [Orders left nt Vf. McColl-s]
DRUGS, Ae,
D. 8. Curtis A Co Columbia St
A. Peele....... ColumblaSt
BUTCHERS.
Robt, Dickinson...., Columbia Ht
WATCHMAKERS tb JEWELERS
F. Crake Columbia St
F. Stlrsky Columbia Ht
C. M. MoNanghten ColumblaSt
BLACKSMITHING   A   CARRIAGE
WORKS.
Thoa. Ovens ....Columbia St
Reid A Currie Columbia St
HOTELS.
Farmers Home I Holden 1 Church Bt
The Clarence [Richards] .Victoria
PAINTERS,   Ac.
Chas. Murray Clarkson St
BOOTS A SHOES.
G. H. Grant tt Co ColumblaSt
H. Kells Columbia Ht
Wm. Ross Columbia St
TAILORS.
D. Drysdale A Co , Columbia St
Thos. Walsh Columbia St
BAKERY.
A. Diebel... Front St
NURSERIES.
G. W. Henry. , Port Hammond
E. Hutuhoraun *, Ladners
FANCY POULTRY, Ae,
Jno. S. Cox Royal Avenue
rtsrorxOTL
VTOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
Iv I have made application to thc
Chief Commlssloneror l,iiintN nml Works
for a llconse to cut nnd enrry nwny timber
on nnd from Lots 25, aj, tl, 2S, 29, 80, 91, 92,
HI, US, as and HI, In tin) Hastings townsite,
New Westminster District.
W. A. DUNCAN.
New Westminster, Feb. 23,1887.   dmhlml
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
seoo ww^natfte
1|11UUU.1J1UU11U|
UNO AND INSURANCE AOENT.
McKenilo Sl.i New Westminster, B.O.
Valuable Dulldlng and Mnnufncttiring
Bites for Sale or Lease in the eltics of New
Westminster and Vnncouver.
Farms for Sale.
Money to Loan on good Real Estate se*
curlty at reasonable rates.    mh2dnil wto
M,Hyie
LAND SURVEYORS,
Fire, Lire. Accident ft Marine
Insurance.
-A.t»XlW3-'sV
Dominion Express Comp'y, Ld.
Intern Canadian   -ink Notci
Bought nml Sold,
UOI.OMMA STREET,
Telephone 89.        KKW WKsTUIMtTKII.
•iroTto
T1IVE HONORED DOLLARS RE-
JC ward will he paid by the advertiser
for suoh Information as will lead to the
conviction of the person or persons who
recently sent Insulting anonymous letters
ln tho guise ot valentines to n number of
residents of this city. The name and address of the advertiser may be had at this
offlce.
New Westminster, March 12,1887.
 dmnl2ml
NOTICE,
k SITTING OF THE COUNTY COURT
A of Viotoria will beheld nt the Court
House, Cowlohan, on Wednesday, the
18th day of April nest, "
By Command,
•ino. noasoN,
-. , . .„ . -"rovlnclul Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Offlco,
nth March, 1887, dmb-Std
Whit 'otiioimi sn hm thi
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
"Treatment by Absorption has for some
time boen recognized by Medical Men to
be the most simple and effectual means
of conveying to Diseased Oigans, "Curatives," but in eases of Kidney Disease aod
Complaints attendant thereon, suecesitful
.treatment whs practicably impossible until the Introduction of the Starr Kidney
Fad. It costs less than a single prescription and Is Immeasurably more decisive
and effective than any quantity of internal
Medicinal dosing, Worn immediately over
the sent of Disease, Its curative properties
become nbsorbed by the diseased and enfeebled Organs,continuously and directly.
as required to insure ln return their healthy action nnd original vigour. It Is comfortable to tiie patient and pleasant in Its
effects, and cures when nothing else can.
?'he Starr Kidney Pad accomplishes posl-
Ive, decisive results. A more valuable
discovery as a true remedy for Kidney
Diseases was never made,—Medical Gasette
Tke Sinn- Kidney Pad* manufactured
In Toronto, Is a permanent sure cure for
diseases, disorders and ailments of the
Kldneyn, Bladder and urinary secretive
system, or attendant com plaints, causing
pnin In tliesiiinil of the back, Bides,etc.,
producing urinary disorders, such as too
frc'iiicnt, scanty, difficult, painful or copious micturition, inability of retention and
sedimentary urine, dropsical symptoms,
etc., denoting tho presence<!n tnesj-stem
of diseases common to the urinary secretive organs—known as gravel, catarrh of
the bladder and passages, Bright's disease,
diabetes, dropsy, piles, nervous debility,
etc. Hend for pamphlet to LANGLEY A
CO., Wholesale Agents, Victoria. Retailed by A. M. HERRING and D. 8. CURTIS
■t CO., New Westminster; T. MoNEE-
LEY, Ladner's Landing; H. MoDOWELL
A CO., HASTINGS SAW MILL CO., THB
VANCOUVER DRUG CO., Vancouver;
W. E. MCCARTNEY A BRO., Vanoouver
and Kamloops; J. B. LOVELL Yale; W.
R.MEGAW, Priest Valley; H. CLARK it
CO,, Kamloops. dwseSSyl
FirefFire!
TESTIMONIAL!
Vancouver, 88rd June, 1886.
MR. Q, ROBERTSON,
Vanoouver:
Representing Goldie tt McCulloch,
Gait* Ont
Sin.—We the undersigned having witnessed the terrible fire which wiped out of
existence the young eity of Vancouver,
on the 13th Inst, have, after the tire, examined the safes sold by yon, some of
which were put to the most severe test,
having been surrounded by large quantities oflnrd and bacon, anil we are pleaued
to testify to the remarkable manner In
whieh every Safe sold by you preserved
its contents, not only books and papers,
but also thousands of dollars In paper
money were taken out ln perfect condition. We can, therefore, with the greatest confidence, recommend them as thoroughly Are proof:
L. A. Hamilton, for the Canadian Pacifle
Railway Company; M. A. MacLean,
Mayor; John J.Blake, Stipendiary Ma*
flstrate; Rlch'd. Alexander, Justice of
be Peace; John Bonltbee, Police Magistrate, City of Vancouver; Thomas Dunn,
, Justice of the Peace; Isaac Johns; Col.;
Edward E, Rand, Real Estate Broker;
R. Balfour, Alderman: John Rankin,
Real Estate Broker; Pither A Edson,
Roynl Hotel; II. K. Keefer, Contractor,
C. P. Rt; 3. W. McPnrladd, Port Moody,
to Vancouver and English Bay; F. C.
Innes A Co., Real Estate Brokers; A. W.
Ross. Renl Estate Broker; Gravely A
Spinks, Real Kstate Brokers; R. 0. Ferguson, Mgr. a C. P. Mills. Jeagtc
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
Printing  Company
ILUIITBD.I
ON THE 10TH OF JANUAKY, 1887,
the Columbian Newspaper and
Printing Concern was purchased by a
joint stock company composed of citizens
cf New Westminster, to be known it the
"British Columbian Printing Co.,
Limited." Tbe concern has been for
nearly a year owned and controlled by
tho British Columbia Stationery and
Printing Company, of New Westminster,
Victoria and Vancouver. The objeot of
tho new oompany is to continue tht pub*
lication of tht British Colombian newspaper and carry on a gcncralprintlng and
publishing concern, controlled entirely by
those whose individual interest it will be
to promoto tht development, especially
of the Mainisnd. There will he no
slackening of the energy hitherto displayed in the mantgement of the establishment, and itt patrons may rely npon
receiving fnll valut for tbelr money.
Thc Columbian will oontimie to be entirely independent in both Dominion and
provincial politics, and -till devote Itself
to the advancement of snch scheme! as
may be considered In the pnblio interest.
The concern ls now entirely separate from
any other business, the book tnd
stationery establishment in this city
having been takon over by Mr. T. R.
Pearson, who will continue to carry it on
in his own name and for Ms own benefit.
It is desirable that a dally newipaper
should be maintained In thia city, and
the now company asks for publio patronage on the ground that it U engaged in
an enterprise calculated to promote tho
public welfare. It asks that the Col*
umiiian be judged on Its own merits and
supported only so long as its polioy U
enconsistt with its professions. In consequence of this business ohange all aooounta due the coneem must bt settled
without delay so that tht books of the
former company may lw adjusted and
doted. Address all communications and
remittances to
D. EOBSON, Manager.
Now Westmiaster, Jan, 28, 1887.
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'r.
1 Old Broad Ht. and 18 Pall Mall,
LONDON,
INSTITUTED 1808,
FOB INSURING BOUSES * OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchan
disc, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor-or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships Lauding and repairing) Barges and other Vcs*
sets on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OR DIIAOK BT FIRS.
Subscribed ud Invested Capital,
■61,600,000 BTGk
Ratta of Premium and every Information oan bt obtained on application to
W. J. ARHSTB0N6,
Agent for New Weitminiter.
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
Ilaaraatre Capital •I.OM.Kt
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
A HOME~C0MPANY,
This. Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:-
The Security offered to policy holders Ih
unsurpassed by tiny Company doing busi-
ness In Canada,
It baa no schemes of Insurance, but the
well-established lines, hence the policy
holden cannot be misled as to their contracts.
Its statements to the public can be read*
Uy nnderatood, Its cosh statement showing every Item of Income and bow expended.
Its position iBasoertalned annually from
a detailed valuation ln which every item
of liability Is Included.
Its progress hu been unexampled ln
tbe history of Insurance in Canada.
Its policies are Indisputable after three
years, and non-forf eltable after two years'
existence.
Ita profits are distributed upon an equitable basis. The proflts to one class of
policy holders are not lessened to give
larger proflts to any other class, which
method affords superior advantages over
the uniform bonus plan of distribution.
Liberal Condllloas aa te Bealdenreantf
Travel.
J. K. MftcDONALI),
Managing Director.
T. R. PEARSON
■      ; .    .  .itj'' -■*
Agent, New Wettminstei
Je7-Smo-alternate.
9I1LCR it IMPORTER IN
DryGoods
CLOTHING
GROCERIES
TU8T RECEIVED IN DUY OOODS,
A NEW STOCK
In all shades and material of DR.E88
OOODS, including Cashmeres, Merinos,
Silks, Satins, Black and Colored Volvo-
teens and Plushes. COTTONS (lileocheil
and unbleached). UNINOS, BUTTONS, HOLLANDS, kc. Orey, White,
Scarlet and Cheeked FLANNELS. LADIES GLOVES, in Cotton, Wool, Silk
and Kid. Lidies Merino and Lamb
Wool Vests. JERSEYS, sll prices.
Hoiicry, Muslins, Diaper Irish Linen,
Brilliants, fto,, ftc.
Men's Clothing!
For Quality, Style, Fit and Prico,
can't ba touched.
MEN'S FURNISHINBS
In every Line. Cotton, Merino and
Wool Underwear, White Shirts, Cuffs,
Collars, Gloves, Braces, Cardigan Jackets, ftc. Ain, Cotton, Merino, Cish-
roerc, Limbs Wool and Knit 80CK8, in
great variety.
Also, HATS and CAPS, Ladies' and
Gents' RUBBER OOODS and. UMBRELLAS.
In House Furnishing Goods
Csrpett, Rugs, Window Poles with
Rings and Mountings, Window Holland
(Buff, Greon and Striped), Damask and
Cretonnes, Sheetings, Towels, White
Counterpanes, Bleached and Unbleached
Table Linens, Napkins, Tickings, Blank-
eta and Arctic-down Quits, Table Cloths
and Covin.
IN GROCERIES
Everything found In a first-class Establishment, and none but the btst. Canned
Goods, Fruits, Meats and Vegetable!,
li.a't.ftrCkra-.-lM*'.. Id.a'llm;
iBesankeealkesa, bat I attar y, Ik.
kest aad al Ike Itwm prlee (key eaa ke
MM at, aad y„ a*, wktt we Kfrsstat
doojstc
SCi-iK •'
The British Columbian
•*t*H.(»,- -***•*
LiaXITBD)
Colmnbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
CAPITAL, - $15,000
IN 300 SHARES OF $50 EAOH.
Fast Steam Presses,
First-Class Material,
Efficient Workmen.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS ONE OF THE
IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
BY MAIL, PER ANNUM:
Daily British Columbian,  -  -  $10 00
Weekly British Columbian,    -    2 00
LeadingNewspaper on theMainland
HAVING BY FAR THE LARGEST CIRCULATION.
BOOK ANU COMMERCIAL PRINTING
OF KVERY DESCRIPTION
At Moderate Rates.
SPECIAL BLANKS RULED & PRINTED TQ ORDER
Persons who have not proved by actual
experience the ability of the establishment
to turn out first-class work are invited to
send a, trial order.
D.  ROBSON, THE DAILY COLUMBIAN]
PUBLISHED
Kwcty Aderaoan eietiil Sondsy,
' ,       •     BY TUB
IllTIIH COLUUIIMI Pllt-WO OHMtf lllMITEO.:
At tht Company's Steam Printing Establishment, Columbia St.
Delivered In the City dally.. .85c. por -veeti
-failed dally, oue year "'?£
Mailed dally, six months  »■»
The $1,000,000 loan bill has passed
|the legislature.
It 1ms boon ilenioi'strutcd that pin
Itlnum wire may be drawn bo fino ns t<
■be invisible to the naked eye, although
■ita presence upon a perfectly whiti
ard can be deteoted by the touch, ant'
I MTII FOI THE DAILY.
Traas-«»«AilTeHlsesseal,.-Flr«tlriser*
Won, ltots. per line solM nonpareil! ouol
subsequeut conseontlveln»ertron,2ot«. per
llae. Advertisements not Inserted e\ory
day, 11 ots. per line eaeli Insertion.
LBtlmt A«vertUesata}s.-Kosuli't
KVtor Professional Advertisements
Semtlved attoiKwln«i»U»illnoh
Mrniuti.u, «
Mil SOl. 111.
{shadow.
The mammoth hotol at Banff, which
the 0. P. B. intends building, will be
commenced about tho middle of noxi
montli, and a gang of at least 100 men
wUl bo employed on tho work. The
biU of cost! ia now being made out,
ind tonders for the lumber wiU soon
lie called for. It is likely that the
British Columbian mills will be called
upon to supply a lurge pnrt of the
Lumber. ^^^^^^^^^^^
Runaway. — A hone, nttnehoc
to a. buggy belonging to H.
V. Edmonds, ran down Agnes tt. to.
dny. Ho was stopped near the jail,
but not before the buirgy ani hnrness
were completely demolished.
 ' .. ii .» ♦	
Buildino Society.- Persons interested in the formntion of a building
society in thii eity are reminded that
, meeting for organization is to be
held at the Court House at 8 o'olock
., -. . -■ .,1,,,.*, *>al' Wednesday night. It is import-
.W«'«*«r«i!«B»i,^fSf„s!a    snt that there should be a  lnrge at-
an be soen by the nid of a smnll mag* sot shall not exceed $60,000.   The ex*
Inifying glass when the enrd is held in tent of the guarantee shall not exceed
moh a position that the wire casts a 50 per oent. of tht actual oath expend*
«       « * -J  I __1  _—  lLi.f« IaiIh    ■Mil    Ir
_,,„ ........  _ Jibr loss than I
mos. 10 per cenL will be added.
Special Utilises among rending matter
91 ets. per line eaoh Insertion. Specials
tailing attention to advertisements, lOcts
Births', Marriages and Deaths, $1 for each
Insertion-Funeral Notices In connection
with deaths, E0 ets. each Insertion.
Aaelln gales, when displayed, charged
•a per cenL less tnan transient advts, .'"
solid, eharged at regular transient rates.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
luted every Wednesday Morning.
Delivered In the City, per yenr...
-tailed, peryear	
Mulled, » months -	
 not
.2.01
. l.
-nut* imnuuu iatei,
Traasltal A*verltiesae»U.-Flrst Insertion, loots, per line solid nonpareil: sub*
sequent Insertions, 5 cts. per line.
U.a> per month: 2ine.tJperni   .
Gr-17: tool. 112.71 perm.  If Inserted for
si than S mos. 10 per cent, will be added
to these rates.
Speoial notices among reading matter,
ets. per line each Insertion.
lilt must be all metal,and forlargecute
aa txtra rate will be charged.  No advL
Inserted la either Issue tor less than 11.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
County Court....' E. A. Jenns
Atx-tta-aalt.' T.J. Trapp
5nilg fritisK Columbian
•    Taetday Etealag. Marti, tl. 1W>.
Night in the Bash ln British
Colnmbia.
In fiery flame the sun has set,
The Slwash leaves the sn!mon-nel,
And twinkling stars appear:
Tbt day-birds rest and slumber seek
ln bush and tree, and by the creek
Tbe frog's hoarse croak we hear.
The hlght-owl now his valor vaunts.
And boots full drear and dismal chants
O'er pathless wood and bog:
And undisturbed ty bis lay
The wildcat and her kittens play
Around the cedar-log.
Perchance we hear the alder-trees
Coquet and whisper with the breeze
Tbat passes o'er their heads;
While distant brooklets murmuring How
ad by a eoinpany on their lode, and in
no ease shall it exceed $20,000.
No guarantee shall be givenuntil $25,*
900 at least hai been expended aud
the mine shall have been reported on
by a government appointed engineer.
The machinery must have a capacity
uf orushing twenty tont of ore daily.
The bill also provides fur the granting
of a bonus instead of guaranteeing, no
bonus to exeeed $12,000, and the total
■mount to be paid out nnder the aet
■hall not exceed $60,000. A bonu,
may be paid to a oompany whioh hu
sreoted a quart*, mill or atntlting
worki capable of treating twenty tont
daily, tha bonui to be paid after 2,100
tont of ore hat been reduced. No
more than 25 per eent of the actual
expenditure ihallbe awarded. Tht
measure it one that il sure to meet
with the general tpproral of both
■ides of the house, at it ia agreed on
sll sides that our quarts interests will
repay encouragement.
tendance
$
m*patcb, and hardback low,
And shady willow-beds.
I love the busy, sunny hours,
Tbe grassy glade, the fragrant flow'rs
Ihalslrew the forest-way:
But better still I love the night,
Its pleasures give me more delight
-. Than Blithe Joys of day.
—Julie,, Peacocls.
Westminster, Mar. 21:1887.
The ttr. Evangel arrived from Seattle with freight and passengers.
The C.P.R. general officers will bf
opened in Vancouver on tho 15th
April.
110 tons of conl were brought ovei
esterday from Nanaimo for Jos.
"ise.
Everywhere oue goes  throughout
the eity there are evidences of iin-   dl the while,
provtment. .
"Unknown hat made an impression
hen which will not toon be effaced,
jettt York Graphic,
,'. The Northern Pacifio Kailway headquarters are about to be removed from
Portland to Tacomn.
Per. C.P.R., just received, a InrgeBfUe.
assortment of Prints mul Dress Goods|and
at the Bon Marche. dmh2»t0
Flags in the eity were put at hnlf*
mast to-day as soon as the death oi
Hon. Mr. Smithe became known.
The admission price to Y. M. C. A.
to-morrow night is 25 cts. instead ol
50 cU. ai appeared in the adv. yesterday,
Bome desirable two and a quartet
acre lets in the suburbs for sale at
very low pricei. Apply to Rand
Bros. dmh26tc
Another lot of elouant boots and
ihoet just recoived oror the C. P. R.
Call and see them. (ino. H. Ghaut
ft Co. mh20dtc
' Just through, per C. P. R., a Une
lint nf New Prints, Scrim Curtains,
Carpets, and Carpet-squares, at J. El-
lard&Co. inh28t2
The str. Reliance returned from
Chilliwhack and way ports this afternoon with about 50 tons of freight nnd
45 passenncrs.
Wears, glad to learn that the government hnl consented to give $500
towards the proposed dyking schenu
at Chilliwhack
Remember the entertainment and
tupper in the Baptist church to-night.
It it expeoted the programmo will be n
...wry attractive one.
Th* traBe receipt! of tht Canadian
Pacifio for the week ending the 21it
win $134,000, an increase of $5,000
. ovtr tht tame period lut year.
' The government geological aurvey
ihows that there is enough coal be
tween Rocky Mountain House ant
Pitt to supply the Territories foral
time.
Mock Parliament met Inat evoning
in the Hynok Hnll. Very little business was done except the drafting oi
members to their constituencies. The
'orrrnal opening will take place a week
from Thursday ovening. The doors
will be thrown open to the publio on
thnt occasion.
Subsidy to Shuswap RoAD.—The
government has introduced and pnssed
* bill granting u bonus of $200,000 to
the Shuswap and Okanagan Railway,
Iho subsidy is at the rate of $4000 per
milo, nnd will be payable upon completion and operation within three
years, othorwiso the subsidy shnll
lapse. Tho bill passed its final rending this morning.
 •-*--,	
St. Geokoe's Society.—After s
period of nenrly two years of inertia
this society wot again reorganised last
Broning. The following are the officers: President, \V. B. Townsend
vice preident, T. R. Figg; secretary,
Shirley; treasurer, H. Elliott; mnr*
shall, H. B. Shadwell. A working
'omiuittee consisting of Messrs. Crake
Webb, Hall, Bovill and Goeter wu
also appointed. Next meeting will be
[held a week from Wednesday evening
it the Colonial.
>_— -.
Fob Ottawa.—D. Chisholm, M.P.,
eft for Ottawa to-day, accompanied
by his niece, Miss Ohisholm, to be
present at the opening of parliament
an April 13. A large crowd assem
bled at tho depot to bid him good-bye.
The members nf the Caledonian sooiety, with sash and plaid on and
headed by their piper, accompanied
Mr. Ohisholm to the depot. Al the
train wu pulling out of the station
three rousing cheers were given for
the member, Mr. Chisholm  standing
ASMSTAXCE   TO   QuABTZ    MlLIS.-
The attorney general hu introduced a
neiiureentitled "An Act to Aid il
the Development of Quartz Mines.
It provides that the  total amounts
whieh may be guaranteed  under tht   juestWhavt the honor to'be, 4o.
Cure destroys tl
'corns and warti, root and
Com
Holloway's
kinds of  col„ _._
•ranch.   Who then would endure this
with suoh a cheap and effectual remedy
within reach?
Pergonal.
A Coulthard left for Golden City to
lay.
J. W. Sexsmith oame up from North
Arm to-day.
T. R. Pearson went over to Vanoourer this afternoon.
Rev. C. Bryant oame down from
Sumas to-day's tteamer.
Fred G. White (Blaokett & White),
of Langley, is in the city to-day.
We are glad to aee that tlie Ven.
Archdeacon Woods wu able to be out
to-day.
A. J. McColl (Corbould &MoColV
urn ion lodge no. *, a. f.
tt A. H.-The regular Communications of this Lodge an
.    .    . held on the first Monday lueact
,-     S't        -i>         .„ a :i   month. Sojourning brethren are cordlai-
returned from Vancouver to-day via   iy invited to attend
feas-to
&
County Court.
Port Moody.
At the Colonial: F. G. White, Lang-
W. J. Camp, Montreal; W. 0.
oods, Winnipeg.
Archie Burnt writes from Taooma tc
h?.« ta tStttr4" %37hiS     W°™*"  ■ HBBEBY OIVEN THAT
he owes in this city.   Means juag*   j\   the County Court set for thc uth dement ngainst  him to bo suspended   51 April next will be postponed to the 1.11'
until he ha. been heard, M|he doe!   *jg^™°\A.j_jt„t_a.0.
lot say when we shall hear him.
. «-♦-, _^_-
Muoh distress and sickness in ohildren
is oaused by worms.   Mother Gravel
Worm Exterminator
moving the cause,
be convinced.
or gives relief by re.
(jive it a trial am
Hon. Vm. Smithe
1IES AT VICTORIA YESTIMAY AFTEIIHXM
- Ifc'ia rwith feelings of the most profound regret thnt the Timet has to
uinounce thnt 'the condition of the
-rentier's health to-day is such u to
cause his friends the greatest alarm
Dn hit return from Cowichan he nl*
,. ied far a day or two, but for the put
on tho platform and bowing hu thank,    ow dayi he relapsed again into hit
Exhibition Medals. — Yetterdty
Ur. L. L, Dome received a bronze
medal in recognition of the merits of i
lolleotion of British Oolumbia ores
sent by him to the exhibition in London Inst year. The medal bore n pro.
" of H. R. H. tho Prince of Wales,
the words "Albert Edward,
Prinoe of Wales, Executive President." On the reverse side appeared
he words, " Colonial and Indian Exhibition, London, 1880." The meda
is* a very handsome one, and wil
doubtless be much prized by itt fortunate possessor.
prmet condition. " At the hour of pong to press his condition was regard-
id at critical in the extreme, there
being but little hope held out for hit
recovery, by hii medical advisers.
While the rinwi hu not been able to
no every queition in the tame light u
the honorable gentleman, yet we have
it all timei regarded him u an upright,
honest gentleman and a deserving citi-
The
Coxuheciatiosai. Social.—Then
wu a fair attendance at the Congrt*
jational locial iu the Methodist ohuroh
lut night, The programme was si
follows: Solos by Miriam McMurphy,
Pearl Robinson,' II. M. Cunningham,
J. Scott, Harry Major and Sergt.-
Major    MoMurphy; duet by Jesiiejsuccumbed to hit illness, passing away
Onisby and K'lith Robinson; quar-
tetto by Mrs. Watson, Mrs. Msjor, H.
U De Beck and H. M, Cunningham
recitations by Mildred Msjor and Gus
sie De Beck; readings by Mrs. Street,
Mrs. O. J. Robson and Rev. 0. Wat
■on; addreu by Rev. J. H. White, iu
which were related soma interesting
reminiscences nf the oarly dayi
Britiih Oolumbia.
The Riuht Sort.—A correspond
snt writing from Port Hammond saya
" W. T. Henry, of the firm of G. W
Honry & Co., of Port Hammond, arrived from Bowmanville, Ont., lul
Sunday morning per O. P R. Mr.
Henry promises to be one of tho olass
if comers who are needed in British
Columbia. He brought with him
Irom Ontario a cir-load of thoroughbred itock, including a short-bom bul
for Messrs. Wm. Jenkim and W. J,
Harris; also a quantity of farm seeds,
including pease, oati, eto. Mr. Henry
including pease, oati, eto. Air. Henry
..    „  .„ ,       ,    .„„   liu come to itay.   May othen of tike
The Canadian Pacifio hu ordered 25   antorprise   and   puih   follow.   Mr.
locomotives to be constructed n*
Ua ihopt In Montreal. Overtime is
being pnt on these engines u they are
wanted at once.
The San Franoisco Poi* sa-?s the new
Canadian   Paoifio   Navigation Co.'i
steamer being built by the Union Iron
Worki of San Franciaco will not be
. launchtd before next autumn.
Juat raoe-vad at Ellard't, via the
C. P. X. mow track, a nioe attractive
variety of Hard and Soft Felt Hnti,
Dmm> PaIa. tk Conductors' Cans, auc
Boyi' Polo, * Conductors Caps, auc d ,n>> ,„,,,„,,„, „, lh, ,,,._ in
Mnw *a»ta to imt all headt. Call protOT,io„5i r„besa.,d wigs, wi
»Ddt-7tli«m. mh20t2      rttondnnco, besides most of '
Tht) minen of Nanaimo held a dem-
oMbmtion oft Saturday night in honor
ol Mr. D. W. Gordon i election.   The
hold the member-elect in high
"ali
„j for hh numerous, manly quali
tlit, which <• duly reciprocated.
Th. W.C.T.U. haw ■"««* » very
pamphlet containing tht
, of tae lut annual conven*
a thia oity.   The book may
lid, for 85 cts. on appli*
__Hto«B|allrjKcritnry,
Henry wns 30 dayi in the can, having
oft Bowmanville on tho 25th of Feb
ruary.
Swobs In.—Tlie Hon. Hugh Nel*
Co.'s|,0n was sworn in this afternoon at i
-'clock ns lieutenant governor of Brit*
■h Columbia by Sir M. B. Begbie,
chief juitice. Besides the ohief justice, Hon. Justicei Create, McCreight
snd Walkem ooenpied teation the   „a
bench, while Attorney General Davit    !on,
...... ,foU
. wert in
the members of the legislature and a numbol
of leading oititent. Mn. Nelio^
Mrs. Walkem and Miu Rhodes were
ilso present. Tho commission wat
rend by Mr. J. 0. Prtvoit, registrar ol
the supreme court, and the oath wai 9f the O.P.R.:
then administered by the vunerablt
ihief justice, after whioh the new
lieutenant governor reooivod the
warm congratulations of those pros
snt. Lieut. Gov. Nelson entered
upou his duties the moment the oath
wu*adlniniiter»d.-Tt-niM of Monday)
Notice to Builders.
EALED TENDERS WILT.  BE   RE
eelved by the undersigned np to noon
 ...   .._. ----|i; for the erection
— Dwelling House, to
Landing,
sen.    The province does not pouesi
luoh au abundance of talented public
men that any one can be spared.   Foi
many yean Mr. Smithe hu taken ra
ictive part in publio affain.   Toolaim    S ..
•rfolfflrility for him, wtuld be to ta;    J B*}"ir*«''-tJ"e,8**'*'*i!;
that ht wu not human; yet accord-   inbuilt at Ladner's Lam
ing to hit lightt we will give him the
credit of noting to the belt of hit
nowledge and belief.    The Times, u
well as nit numerout friends, hopei
ior the belt; yet hit sands of time art
Bvidently ebbing slowly away, givinr
ui but little encouragement ta loot
forward tn hii recovery.
Later.—The Hon. Mr. Smithe hai
j at teven minutes pnst 4 p. m.
rimes, Mar. H.
John Hayr, Credit P. 0„ uys:   "HU
■houlderwu so lame for nine months
that he could not raise his hand to hts
head, but by the use of Dr. Thomas' Kc
lectric Oil the pain and lameness dlsap
poured, md although three months hu
ulapsed, he hu not hail au attack of it
since."
Condensed Despatches.
Riots prevail in Panama.
The Queen left London thit after
loim for Cannes.
of    coun
cil]! council.
The council met lut evening in the
council ohamben. Present, hit wor
ihip Mayor Dickinson in tht
ohair, and a full board
Dillon.
The oounoil went into cominltteon
the assessment by-law and pronunced
the tame complete.
Coun. Bonson uked further time t
■ring in specifications for the oxten
lion of Clark it.
Coun. Shiles uked an extension ol
time to introduce hit by-law to regulate the laying dawn of water tnd gai
Mra. Brighouse wu notified that tin
oounoil intended to pnt Royal Avtnuc
in good repair during the coming ses*
Further time wm granted D.
'   *-  complete hit contraction
■
i, Wt feel that, having made connec
tion with the main line at a large outlay,
we are justly entitled to overy considers*
ion shared by western points that would
M conducive to our commercial well-
being.
Hoping yon.will comply with our re-
M
R. Dickinson, Mayor,
Jas. Robinson, C. M. O,
Counoil then adjourned,
MUSICAL k LITERARY
AND   SUPPER
IN THK     *
Baptist   Church!
Mr. Parpetus Bolleau, Ottawa, says;    TUESDAY   EVENING,  MARCH 29,
'I wu radically oured of piles, from
which I had been suffering for over two
months, by the use of Dr. Thomu' Kclectric Oil.   1 uud It both internally and
externally, taking it in small doses lie-
ore meau and on retiring to bod. In
one week I wu cured, and hsve had no
trouble since.   I believe it save my life,'
cuiitiMcn.
Per str Reliance, (mm Cliilllwhack.Mar
ft-W Fraser, Hri Irethewey, Mrs Me*
.ean, Qlllls, Anthony, Heopey, McMIl-
—         *ie,li Boss, J
Nanaimo:
-  _r ,  - j Dray Co
Wctyrla
.ean, Oillls, Anthony, Heopey. .
an, Hammond, Hiss WUkie.H
A Mara, Kamloops; Blacken, Na
leathorne, Spencer, Truck * Di
To
the lh*
mortality and stop
toads of disease, use Northrop k Lyman'i
Vegetable DUcovery and Dyspeptic Cure.
?or all dluutt arising from impure
Blood, tuch u Pimples Blotches, Biliousness, Indigestion,' etc., etc., it hu no
I nil. Mrt Thomu Smith, Elm, writes:
amusing this medicine for Dyspepsia,
['have tried many remedies, but this it
the only one that Ms done me any good."
QT. PAUL'S CHURCH. Services ev
T* ery Sunday at II' Ai at. and 7 p. m. In
he Church, Bt. John street, below Royal    	
avenne. Seats tree, all are cordially In-    Kelly Bros., consln-liif,- In pnrtof nil thi
.   -.„.. ...... ..„«— leading HncH ln ttmrerles, Previsions,
vlted.
Sunday School at 2.80 p. v.
(tefflte)
w
BTHODIST  CHURCH,   Mary St.
Bev, C. Watson, Pastor.  Services ai
_ _. m. and 7 p. m,   Sunday Sohool anil
Hhle Class 2:30 p. m.    Prayer Meeting on
Thursdays at 8 p. m. Beats free; strangen-
•ordlally Invited.
Je7-t-
APTIBT CHVRCH. Agnes Street,
■Bast of Mary Street, Rev. Hobori
_jnnlo, Pastor. Lord's Day Services atl)
. m. and 7 p. m. Sabbath Sehool and
llble Class al 2:30 p. m. AU seats free;
strangers cordially welcomed,   d-de2-ito
-em
Ai
PETER GRANT,
Secretary.
Auction Sale
HA
andei
AVING RECEIVED INSTRUCTION
from the Executor of the laic Alex*
ler Morgan. I will sell by Public Auc.
Ion, on tlie premises, Coiumbin street
New Westminster, tbe Building used as a
BARBER'S SHOP,
nnORUHEH,    QUARTETTES,   SOLOS,
' "       " ' " ■■" Re*-
L* and Recltntloiiti. Adiii*esfienliy
Moshi'h. (-Scouler- Will son nud Haddon.
Programme tit 7j30 Rlinrp, in Audience
Room; Sapper at tl, ln Leulure Hnll.
Tickets, 00 cents each| Children Half-
price: at the stores of O. M. McNaughten
nnd Oglo, Campbell & Co. dmhlfitd
I500Q.O0,
MORE OR LESS,
AUCTION SALE
Important to Merchants, Can
neryineu, Miilmcn, Hotel-
keepers, Heads of Fa-
inlliesnna the rub-
He Generally.
HAVK RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS
. from tho Trustees of the Estate of Kelly Bros., of this city, to sell by Public
Auction, at Store, near Pacific Carriage
Works, on
Wednesday, 30th March, '87
At 10 o'clock, tt. in., thc entire Htock ol
D. DRYSDALE & GO.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF
FOR THE TAILORING DEPARTMENT,
.   ^LSO, A CONSIGNMENT OF
Ready-Made Clothing!
D. Drysdale & Co.
JoltunMa Street, N. W.
i  ' dw-mh7te
Produce, Tobacco A CIkm-m. tot* iher
with Fixtures belonging tothe two s. tresf
also, HitrMt's 1'arln, Ae.
Tho rbIo will commence, ut 10 o'ctockB
iharp.  TemiHatsale.
T. J. TiiA.-fi-,
dwmliSltd Auctioneer.
Drill   Shed
LONDON HOUSE
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Thursday Ev'g, Mar. 31 j
The Universal Favorite,
Miss Nellie Boyd
Supported by n Company of umiHual mor*|
it, carrying all thoir own scenery,
properties,   etc.,   producing
the romantic drama,
UNKNOWNl
With new and lionutlfnl scenery, olaboi>|
nto mechanical effects, etc., showing thea
Brooklyn Bridge at midnight, a view off
Now York City Hlumiimted as seen frutnG
[Largest Dry Goods, Clothing and Gents' Furnishing House on
the Mainland.
JAMES ELLARD & CO.
„,.,.    ;,,._ ■-,_,.___:      , „. .      *     ,, Htho harbor, a rescue scene,
With nll the Stoek and Fixtures used ln '
etc.
the Business; together with Bed-room and
Kitchen F«rnll«re and Utensils; without
reserve; on        ,
Thonfl»x,theUhAprlUeit,
A.t TO o'clock a.m.
Purvhasert can make arrangement foi
further extension of lease of ground by
applying to landlord.
M-Termi Cash..    T. J. TRAPP,
N.W., Mareh 28,1887. Auctioneer.
dmhSSUl
New Westminster Rifles
CaNPANTMBUB.-
4 hh ARMH, ACCOUTREMENTH and
\  Clothing must bo returned lntostore
y Wednesday next, 80th Imt., 8 p. m.
A. PEBLB,
dmht-Std Capt'n Com'd'g,
O. H. CLOW,
Architect.
Delta Stock YardJ
LADNER'S LANDING.
Prices ns usiinl. Hunts on
Book-stnrc, ^_
Milo nt Han't,
vilmli2fild
I6j
mswi-m-av,
OITY
GALLEIIYr-
Water St., Vancouver, B.C.
list.
PIANOFORTES
Y ALL THE BEST CANADIAN
American, French, Uerman und Kug-
makers,
Pull Details and rhotos of these varioui
Instruments may be secnonni-pli^titlou.
Our 9200 Pianoforte Is n Marvel of
Dhcupucs!',
Comblnod with' dood inueli nnd Tone,
Nothing  like it has ever before heen
ooctjicb:
I   ' i'kknttja_i_.
UTe-w   "^7"eBtrDixi.etex,
dwjt4to
s. o.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
Plans and apecMcaUoi-s may be seen at    nftered ut tlw prico li-.Urltl.1- Coiumbin.
D. Lyal's Book-store. tve are tlie Hole Aaents In U. C. (orlhe
f*     H.    l-I-fsW. ITaI.-*.-.,.     ,„lw , „f   II,i.   I.L.Iinui oliii'illnn
. ._„  ._. lhe
Makers, whotu-cnf the highestslandlng
In the pianoforte Trade.
m,.imms
,    ,    ni A Hiimnii.
Dominion, Dolicrty and
IHE FIRST AUCTION HALE OF
Will bo held In the above Yard ou
Wednesday, Uth Nay, 1887,
For whieh the following entries Imve already been received:
It Milch Caw** with nnd In calf;
1 S-j-ear-aM Nelfeni
19**rear<tld HelDrn A Hleerei
lr«ke.*rw«rk0xeii
t Hares, in foal;
SWvrkHerwt.
Also, 1 nearly new Brandf-trd Self*
■laden I No. 12 «iber» HelMllndrr,!
i-ft.cut, In working order; and a useful!
issortmeiit of Implements.
Further entries nfay be mado to the undersigned, the particulars *>f whieh will
sppearln future ndvertisomeuls.
H. N. RIOH,
Auctioneer,
Ladner's Landing, Maroh ft, 16§7.
dwmh28l«
■{From ?(W upwards) by Mason A Hamlin
iBell Co., Esty, ~ 	
[other makers.
IVlolinH, Flutes. Piccolos, Concertinas, & Musical instruments
Generally.
UllKKT MI'MIC. --Snii'.-rf, Dances, Operatic,
1 Orchestral, Ktc., Etc.
,  Any Mush; not in slock oliliilnctl to or
jdor al Publisher's prico-*,
_ Musical MerclinudlHO of every deaerlp*
|tion; all at lowest ensh prices.
JOHN ADAMS
Vancouver, March, 1887.        dwinliSlml
To the Electors
AND THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL
Ofthe District of
Have just received, ex N.
P. R., their first consignment English Dry Goods
& House Furnishings, consisting of Brussels & Tapestry Carpets, Lace and
Scrim Curtains, Damasks,
Cretonnes, Table Linens
& Napkins, Towels, &c.
An inspection solicited.
Election Expenses.
E
LECTION EXPENSES OP DONAI.I
CHISHOLM ill law elrolloni
Prlntln«...„ «3M00
Travcltlnn Expenses.. JTOflO
MsftO
J,C
, AIIMSTIIONQ,
Aaonl.
Smith to compltte hu oonteacti on R)*Ctod Btmi, dlrMtfripMsltt the lloyj
Queen's Avonue anil St. Andrewi it. il city I'lanlng Mills. Tfiers ls a Boail
^■— *.   ---. -■    .table antl burn Hpon the lot.
For toimi and other patHralars,.n]>pl-'|
to W. NORMA*; BOLE,
.ImhBnil       solicitor lor Morttngeo,
The oity solicitor wat reoueited t«
present hit bill to the oounoil monthly.
Moved by Ooun. Curtis and seconded
by Coun. Duncan that tha following
letter bt tent to trafflo manager Oldi
3
f
Si».-We wish rtspeotftlly to oal
»our attention to ths justice o[|makinf
yonr through pointi wist ol us read vli
rWewWestmtasttrorVinconTtr instead
if via Vantouvtr.at tbty now rtad. Tht
■harm from the Junction, althougt
imall, I
Now West.,Slit Marcli, 1887.     (ImhMwl
For Sale or To Let.
f OT 5, BLOCk », CITY. Qf NEW WE8W
li minster,Is herebyoWreil forsaleot
This ili-slralil. pioperty Is. situate,011
"-* "  "-utfyoj"—"-•■*-■■—-'
, Or any other District.
Peeling tlmt 'vhothor we havo the
dwmhgltc
Bargains!
1I0NCIMTAL1
ALEX. HAMILTON
.OE8 ALL KINDS OP MONUMENT*^
al Work In Marble and Oranlle.
li"idSo|enttodiscriinlnat.igtlnstB New West., B. C, March 86,1887. wmr
D
DEEPENED
QOr not, we must Itave Boota and Shoes,
THEREFORE,
iGEO. H. GRANT & GO.
ji'ukfc advantago of thin opportunity to
Ilut tlio i-eadcrtt of thin paragraph know
■where Boota end Shoca ot vnrious ilo
Jiciif tions aiul of all nken mny he had.
We have taken the Store on Colnmbia
Street lately occupied   hy Mr. N, A*
I White, and are in a position to cntcrtali
miatonieia, to whom we extend a cordis
liiivit'ition   <o   call   and  examine   oui
IStock.
GEO. H. GRANT & CO.,
dwmhStc Cm-viwu Strk*t.
QSSAT B^.SGh*A.I-£TS XRT
GoMSflwffatclesJiiODillgs.
BRACELETS, PINS, LOCKETS, CHAINS, &C.
Also a large  assortment  of   SILVER   PLATED   WARE
KNIVES, FORKS, SPOONS, &c.
83* All Goods guaranteed to be as represented.
CM. McNaughten,
dw-jai9tc   !    ,:i. Colonial Block, New Westminster, B. C,
Notice to Creditors!
Kellianrt William H. Kelly, hradinr
«• Kelly Bros,, at the oltyol Mew Wesf
minster, have this, day assigned all their
ES?1 "."'I ^ISBHI,•, "Pfe <° Messn,* J.
Pltie, John Wilson and F, u, gimpson, in
b_.. ........ —>,.— ^ jj,, jJJf-jjiJ,
aosted to send
trust lor Ilie creditor, ol th. ssMKe'll
........      -1 rtanetttd to stol
a J*, nut, Vletorla,
tors are
1 to Mr. I
_    .  Ortditors
heir olaims I   "
irtttwltlr.'
Dated Mareh 5th, 1H7,
B, FBHKY MILLS, of Victoria
WMUBlMU
rTnutHt.
WOOD & GOAL
General Teaming
f\f ALI, KINDS DONK PIIOMP1IA-
\J and at rttsonable rates.
ttr Orders may he left nt W. H. Burns'

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