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KUl-BBR 105
Commons Motes.
Further   Debating »■_. Q«es<
tions of PrfTllegc.
Earthquake 8haeki In Arliona.
Jt.   «_«-_e*r_*l     Saaea
ISv An_ocla_Bd Press.
the Wa-rl-T.
The
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THE STfUBOTs' TBIAL.
St. PaTaBBBuxo, Maj* 4.—Tha 7
priaonera condemned to death forcon-
uoction with the recent plot to asesssi-
nate the Czar are all men. The othen,
who were convicted of Complicity In
the plot, received various sentence* to
penal servitude, the ns-flst severe beiag
SS© years. It is possible that the Caar
may mitigate some of the sentences. ,
London, May 4.—The Pekin government has ordered that every foreign
missionary in China must hold a pass,
poit from hia own government in older
that his nationality may be known.
All other passports are declared invalid.
ARX AND PATRIOTISM.
Paris, May 4_— The French government hasa decided to suppress the performance of l-ohongrin for the future
in Paris, if it continues to he aooom-
ponied by an anti-German demonstration. The Paris papers generally condemn the popular opposition to the
opera. They say it is absurd to confound a_rt with patriotism.
EARTHQUAKE   SHOCKS.
Ckmekville, Cal., Mar. 4. — A
heavy earthquake, was felt hare yesterday evening. The direction was from
north tt. south.
Ti'scon, Ariz., May Si!- The earthquake occurred here 2:12 p.m. yeaterday. No one -was injured. When the
shock struck Santa Catalina mountain
great slices of the mountain were torn
From its side and thrown to ita haae,
and vast clouds of dust rose above ita
crest. 70 feet above the sea-level are
three different peaks from 3 to 4 miles
apart. One towering peak known as
the "Old Castle," a prominent land
mark from Tuscon, hns entirely disappeared. Shortly after the earthquake a volcano broke out twenty-two
miles south of this place, resulting in
the total wreck of the mountains. The
sky is brilliantly illuminated.
- Bensox, Ariz., May 4.—A aenaatk-n
was created here about 2 p.m. yesterday hy a severe earthquake. Minor
shocks were felt at intervals far into
the night. A party just in from the
vicinity of San Pedro river reports the
KTOund hs opening about six inches
sand watox-. nrpm-inn, ill pinnae -flirt
were before perfectly ory..
Tomiwtose, Ariz., May 4.—A severe
shock of earthquake occurred here yesterday about 3 p.m. and continued to
shake furiously for 40 secouda.
THE   TBUNDEREK   STEAKS  OUT.
Ijonim-n, May 4.- - Ths Times, refer*
ran** to I_ewis' motion thst tha houae
take notice of the Times' charge
against Dillon, 'aaya: ** We are unable to aee why Lewis felt called upon
to protest. We have bo objection te
the issue being raised wither in or out
of parliament. Still wa cannot help
regretting that urgent busineu ahould
be delayed even for a. day to investigate what we published in good faith
mnd witb evidence confirmatory of
everything we advanced. While we
shrink from no form of inquiry, we
do not think the house would be well
(advised in dealing with tbe question
aaa one of privilege. While not wishing to discuss the merits of the controversy at the present moment, we
would say that no journal in the
United Kingdom, least of all the organs of the Parnellites, would be safe
for a week if it were held insdmiasibla
to contradict any statement in ths
houae, even if the ablest proof be fur-
niahed at the time in support of the
contradiction. In electing to challenge thia deeiaion the Parnellites
have chosen curiously narrow ground.
They must be aware that ststements
assailed as breaches of privilego muat
be dealt with separately from mattera
that hitherto have been allowed to remain   untouched."
coxMom xoTts.
London,  May 4.—In the houae tu.
day   T. P. O'Connor   condemned the
government's   proposal.    He said  he
commiserated the government on their
humiliating  and    degradiu-t   po.iti.on.
He produced a copy of the   Times containing the libsl on Dillon, and   flour
ishing it aloft he  said:    " I pnrchaeed
thia paper at one of the  book stations
owned by the right honorable the first
lord of the treasury.     It ia he  speaking for the government  who   saya no
breach    of    privilege was   committed.
He     is    therefore a deeply   intereei.il
party in the case against the editor of j
the Ti men.      The two men ought to b_ i
in the dock together.     Irish  members
reject hia   proposal   as   unfair, unjust
and unprecedented."     H-re  Do   Lialc
(conservative),    nieml..-.    for    Middle !
Leicestershire, arose to a point of or- :
der.      He said he had liu*i.<   Mr. Tan* 1
ner (home rule), member   for   Middle
Cork,   say   the    conservatives   were  n ;
** damned lot of eads "    (Irish   voices i
 •« So you are."    Tanner denied thst
he uaed the word "damned." He re- {
peated, however, thst the conserve*
tivea were a lot of cads. The speaker
aaid he must withdraw the expression
and apologize. Tanner ssid ha would
do ao. Sir Charles Russell (liberal)
contended that Dillon's conduot In the
houae had been attacked. That faot
constituted a breach of privilege. The
question was not ao muoh whether a
committee should be appointed as
whether the houae intended to pa.a
by the imputation sgsinst Dillon snd
aay before the world thst so flagrant
an offense waa not of suoh a character
aa constituted a breach of ' privilege.
I_ord Randolph Churchill admitted the
ease waa a prima fade breach of pritI-
legs, but he  thought ths heme wat
WE__&,KiW&i**
inquiry to ba adapted.   Hs dsprsaet-
ad tha attack__ads.br O'Conaor sa
the government leader.   He wald retort that it waa the leader of tba pppo'
ail ion who obght ts hare bean eipect*
ed to protect Iti*  Mead., hi hatthfc-
takeu the lead outaido the' hooaein
agitation  for the  repeal of-  anion, I
(Cheers.) I Gladeta-a-" I    m_|___K- |
cally   repudiate  the assertion of Ua
lordship."  LordRandolph respond*!,,'*,
"It'a true, ho we. or."
_____________
Mr. W. R.I___er, Belli!., _»., Belle*
ville, writes: "I find Dr. Thoaaa' felo*
trie Oil the beat medicine I hare •vet
ased in my stable. I hare used it ttf
bruieea, ao**etc__., wind pnfie asd w" '
and. every caae it gave the t '
tion. we used It aa a hoes
for colds, burns, d-o., and it It I
panama, It will remove war*'
Ing.them down and applyiag Mil
Coiinituitinttiott.   .-nir
stars
. ;«_i^iT 1^^:11^^
Editob Coutmbu..: lam to i-eript'
of a subscription lht aad an appati for
funds for the erection of a homhat la
Victoria, to be callod the <|r..i__<!__l
Royal Jubilee Hospital. Ibstter. shch
Hate and appsala as I refer to have bam
forwarded to all parte of ths p»*rln__,
sad, I doubt not, there will be a hart* '
response. Now, to ny adnd, ws base
an institution in Westminster whieh tt
supported aa it should be wonld meet
the requirements of th«pror_«s (babe*
nearer th* centres sf psaalatlaal.hr
better than anch an inatitatlos looaMd
at Victoria ever aaa:' A* ■ Me -Testa-. '' >
star hospital is now vary aualr is.
of funds, there Uing no $l«,(igOe
—        forth, requlr   *
will oeggeet I	
tion lists bs prepared asd e_ea-_sd b_
of fund., there being no »l-.,0p0 er (■,*
OOOsvallablsforthe requir._t_._t oFffie
mainland, I will eeggeet Hu* tsheeHto-
tionliate be prepared asd	
the city and district brls,
tion home to tba Vf   '
a sum sufficient to
consider aaa |
regard to buildfa
ment, where thoas  who mav (_
astely) require eurgiosl or medio-'
ment that cannot be obtained 0	
can avail t_et_ael.ee of IW faeiMUrh.
treatment, call ItJsbUee, ar tjrwbat
aame you pisses. Ia sheet, ,th» me ia-
a_ei.ee we permit Victoria to excrdas sa ,
pliahsd.    Re-ipcotfally,*--    ,        ii- I*'
Hasar *'*raairr.
Hall's Prairie, Hay 2,1887.
y Clement, Almoat-, write
time I wu troubled with
I triad aai
mended, but
until s Beetles
nwtiam by Dr,
told me .boot It   I
teraally aad «rt_raally,*_sd
botthss were need I
to get my] besatt,
whs waa cared et thia-
M
We And it honeehoM itwHclne, sad
oroup, bursa, cute and brakes, ithha
equal." ,  . .       ■   .1 .•! ... .
Methodist Mlsslou ra  tie
Ifortkwest CMik
On the 20th inat ths ministers and,
probationer, of the Port Simpaoa) die   ,
trict of tha Methodist churoh  aat at
Pert Simpaon.   Qnat rsgnt was Mt:.
at tha absence of Hev. W. B. Oajrlar
through illnsaa.   In all other rapacte
the   meeting  waa a tery happy one.
Our various miaaions wore sever axae .
prospsroue  and  never  wu there a .
more earnest desire expreoood by lht
tribes to reoeive religions instrsettoa '
from   the   ministers of' onr ahe__h.
Calla for kelp have oome from «<MP
hand.    <• The fields ara whits asks
hamiat,"   Thsiocreass is aearbor
ship is 100over laal .ear.   Th* tab*
scriptions to the  nusianar.  fP*V ,
show an advance on last veer of ftur
35 per cent., at ene ntialon of 100 par
cent, over last year.   A pMaj. 'hi*. .
ure of our  Sneaeea ' le the liberality
diaplayed by white seen ia the eapadrt
of our cause.   All thu ta very, eaaoer- ,
aging, and we take it u au eipreeeion
of hoth divine and human approval sf
ths general  oourae  followed W -Ur
niluioiumm in proeecutief their lafcae
among tha nativea aad settlen.ol thia -
coast.    During ths -ear a church hu
been   erected  at Oold   Harbor, on
Queen Charlotte Islands, sad a eeinpl
houaest Kit-u-Yeela.   Them wua
band of muaical instruments peorured *
for the Greenville mie-km, Kaaa rival.
There is in ooune of erection a Bns
church  at Grasavllle, Ihe plan* a__
apeoi-cationt of which havt base oata-
fully prepared, and  whoa it h M-C
pleted it will bsa crvdit io dt c_»-
corned.   It  ia  hoped a Sow chac*h
will ba begun in the oomhig saa"
enoe year at Port Gsaingtun.   Al 1
Simpson there ie s home   for  |J
where Ware trained, aad' a. I
phansge  on  the' Haae.   la
tliese Sum*, the Inmate, ere ctotked
nud fed without an-respp.rlfroa.t_4
government.   The " Ol-d T_li_a»" h I
atill doing good worh, ha«i_| _av_||ed ,
over 0,000 milea during the year.--
Oom. ,.',  '.
■ . ■■   .'_ii . ■ ai in ,\-.srry\i\ri
Mr. Alex. Robinson, of __*i_ao<l_ ••'
writing abont sn of ttt meat phfilN"'
articlea, and one that has dose ■
good to the affioted than aay othsr I
"clno has during the abort thae M
been in eil_t.no., njrti "I havs i
four bottlss sf Northrop t Ltsss.Tag* ,
table Diaoovsry *ft\J^ ""*" " "
and havs, been oured of 1
troubled tn. Ibr tea -fsara,
I had it very bad, and wat	
Me eapasse tryis« ts get raUsfi hM-W>
exosllent remady wa. ttallnt aad osjp
relief I received.
!-_--__
aaa."'1
Job printing of all slad. aa-lfUM ;
st the C_L_i__J*K ofloe.   FrHa-ilba
found lower thaa at aay sthsr _____ kt.(
ths evovtaos.—--ddf.   aldlnal ?o ttoB_f>*i
•>•■••'; '.nl) \o _wni*->l9qc_ gailp ftitieh dolnmbwn
The I)l__ijtf» House St asaemi
has paaaed MRU iniponi|g a penalty
of from*$26 to JBOOTfpon any person who plays bate ball in that state
on Sunday. Illinois legislators do
not seem to regard ball and cricket
u roereatiffiw, ao appropriate for
Sunday aa aome ofthe legislators
of UUl U»ll|UUI-i-(. *"**■'
;vn.* li rl 'i  11 li    '. ■.
Daring the year 1886 the gold
mto* of Nova Scotia yielded 23,362
ounce of gold. This is a slight
increase" We. tte':pr-d__tion far
1885. Tho quantity of coal brought
to. ,t|M surfaco during the year is
given as 1,502,611 tons, against 1,-
352,206 tens tor the year preceding.
Iran ore shows a decrease of nearly
4,000 tons. Of gypsum the prov
inoe exported 123,753 tons, and produced 31,604 tons of coke.
Tlie, police magistrate of Vancouver nrast be a libeler, or else the
moral tone of that vigorous young
city is greaty in need of being ele-
vat-d. In the police court on Tues
day Mr. John Patterson ohaigedone
of the Vaooouverites witli using to-
wsivls him very toil, obscene and
abusive language. The language os
des_fl--_ was certainly shocking.
The acc___f._d_.IHsd the truth of
the -charge, but, strange to say, the
Nevt, '1-iat the names called the
Klalntiff were ordinary, eyery-day
inguagc which is used dally in no-
lite society here.1' If polite society,
in Vancouver makes daily use of
such expressions as Mr. Patterson
nya war* applied to him, we should
feel inclined to go round a whole
bleeh( Mthef than meet it.
Many people are beginning to enquire whWh.r such precautions could
not ba taiea as would mako impos-
siM- a disaster like the one which
-courted at Nanaimo oh Tuesday,
A great deal has been done, towards
making, coal mining safe, but once
in a wMle a terrible calamity over-
___<* the Uttfortunat* underground
wlrkars, aad the world demands
nae) irarslationB that will cover Such
enWBgMreies. A raan ih the mines
is;at^tfc.' nierOT pf a thousand con-
tingBncies. He may himself be
s_rep«_>_sly careful, but if any one
of hit '150 companions commits an
acti' of carelessness, every person in
th'C pit at the time may become a
victim of that one act It becomes
n-cee__ry, tirtrefore, that all underground minM should be under the
very, strictest supervision, and this
oujjtt to be insisted upon regardless
of oast. Men's lives are too precious
to be plaoed in jeopardy unneces-
urBjfi;'; j.
0irreport that the parliamentary
rep-teentatives of Britith Oolumbia
tnd Manitoba have had an inter view
with Mr. Van Home with respect
to 0. P. E. freights, and that a pro-
mi#a,of substantial reductions was
obtained, will be received with much
utitfaction In this province. No
reasonable person could quarrel with
tht through rates previous to the ill*
adviHed upward jump on the first
of April, but during the past month
B_m*r branches of trade have been
serioaaly embarrassed. There dolls
not seem to be any certainty as to
what the railway rates will be for
a single month. They are like a
tfa-XhiMheter, constantly rising and
felling, and importers are sometimes
sorely puuled to knqw how they
ought to aaloulate the value of their
goods. It is aipity Mr. VanHorne
so '-BMoa visita this coast. If his
-U__. WtSre niore frequent it is pos-
siWe'ii^ny of tha grievances against
■"-JO. f •]■?»•WOUW quickly disap-
IMM-.r^iiM'ii taanagBra pf the road
art aarsly aware that it must be
made cepmar if it is to be made
pi_n_Ma.
.•jji'**...**,   .s      ■' •-■.-.. :    *• '  ■■
fa tow: of the frightful calamity
that Us overtaken our sister oity of
Nanaimo, and the vast amount of
distrea that is sura to follow, it
may he worth while for us to oon-
tid«r_-h_DMs of reKef A despatch
from Naa.lmo this morning states
tht* tebre than half the imprisoned
m* %y* f-BlUea depending on
th_nL-j*?,tappori Some of these
fasajliaaareJ-rge aad, almost help*
lata, and it is well known that a
"r of the minora have little or
I -__ up atalnst inch a
B-atUa.   The-live fully
i debt, iSe prospect before
tttti familiea is such as to
oall'oat the sympathies of every
h_KM__.klg.Blit aytnpathy will
MiM-'fM1-.* clothe the fatherless
arttt'wldow; In view of the near
approach of the calabration of the
Qim't]tWm in thia province, and
' «_»WHty tkat a Urge amount
_«*'#-. emendedin foolish-
P^avettfwoulditnotb.
o snaaldir whathar we ought
-htr-te doatribate liberally to-
rkMlf. ta -ewre thete unfor-
. >i£isiii_ i jJLisAi* ' _ii." Mj
t Jot.
JlMJ.lftl.W-W b* mad. with a
t_*"_-',»__f'-WMt  It* all the
 -'WMt*
'. fund, and
— »i-_«|.lhj--i-t»:'io tha crushed
■___._. __._. <are. no-*• totaUng. by
m-on at t-nibla a«_i-w arf the
■nHliwnm of thafutai. outlook*
a ■-■■-
_____
■■■*■-:■...-. --J*—*' *«_
____•*''_____•■ ■"'J' "7'**'■"*
Brighouse Estate.
doplBml
CAU-
f Snm'l
Jon any
Hou t tlio
rf„
3ANIJKU.A B11IQHOUSE.
KINDERGARTEN
THE  BISTEBS OP ST.  ANN WISH
to Inform tlio Public that thoy will
 *" su at their Convent ou
NOTICE.
ifOTICE IS IIIDREUY GIVEN THAT
I 110 days after date I intend to apply
thc Chief Oot-imisHione-' of Lands und
oi-kfeto pm-cha.. ISO acres of land N_t.ii.t_
ToMdu Island, New Westminstor Dis*
ct,utjtil ik'.SL-i'il.f.l as follows:
-omiilonciiif,' at tlio N. K corner of tho
fi. E. K of Soe.fl; tlienco North 40 chains:
thence West 61) clmlns; thence South 80
chalns; theuce Enst 40 chains; thenoe
North _0chains; Ilienee Rust.-10chain.., tn
point of commencement. *
H. 1). HF.LMOKEN.
Victorin, B. (.'., April 22,1887. -    dap___m2
ley	
Children of both nexes, from two to spv-
en yean.«Mc«dmltt6il. For farther Wt-
tlculin. »p*y et the Convent.
New Westminster, Muy 2,1887.  clray2.vl
6. C. H-fonussatal Works
...:,,flSJPRCH    8TBEJE-.      m_
MARBLE AND ORANITE WORK of
• all kinds.   Call anil Import boloro
onlzlng Island capital.  I leave my
work to speak for Itself.  ],. B.-No np.
prentices employed.
dwaplDto ALEX. HAMILTON.
Cheap for Cash.
MR.- ANtWEW LEAMY, SOIiIClTOR,
McKenzld Ht., Is authorized to soli u
in of 160 wires for $.,000. The soil Ih
tbe very best ln tlie province and the farm
li out in two bythe Nicomekl river,ln
whioh there It a never-full Ins supply of
trout. There Is an orchard, good house
and barn and 20 acres in timothy, There
are a sohool house and church tri thin a
mile of tbe farm and tlio roads are In
prime condition. dwnp25ml
mENDERS WILL BE ItECEIVED UY
J. the undersigned up to noon of sntnr-
daylbe tint HWft '°r the ereotion of a
three-story Brick Hetel on Columbia
itreet for W, A. Dunean, Esq. Plans and
■peotf cations oan be seen at my office on
and after Monday the Oth Inst.
Tne lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
....„,      O. W. GRANT,
' Architect, McKcnslc-st.
New Westminster, Snd May, 1887.
1'      dmy2td
Estate of Kelly Bros.
TAKE  NOTICE.
A LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE
A .above Estato aro notified that Mr.
Henry V. Edmonds Is alone nnthorizcii
by us to receive payment thereof nnd to
tlve receipts for same.
8. ,T. PITTS,
P. Q. SIMPSON,      '»
JNO. WILSON,
Assignees of Estate of Kelly Bros.
dml:S..te'
•HG&GZr
NOTICE IS -HEREBY GIVEN THAT
00 days after date I intend to apply
to tlio Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works to pun.huse 480 acres of land [more
or- lean] Hltuate on Texadn Island, New
Wostmlnster District, and described as
follOWSJ ,
Commencing at (lie N.W. cottier of N.E.
Mof See, il*. thenco Houth 80 chains; thenoe
Mtiiehains toshore line; thence following meandoriugof shoro line In a northwesterly direction, UtO chains [more or
loss]; tuence East 85ohalns [more or less|
to point of commencement.
M. W.TYRWH1TT DRAKE.
Victoria, B. a., April 22,1877.     dap_$m2
HACK FOR HIRE.
TRE UNDERSIGNED has establlsbed
himself ln tho Citv of New Westminster with a FIRST-CLASS   .,
OOVEREi. olEllAGEr
Which In open for Engaecmenls at
very moderate Charges.
Orders left atthe Colonial Hotel or Bent
by telephone, will be promptly attended
to day or night. Stable next H. Elliott's
JOS. OATES.
Telephone Ko. 89. mylte
1TOETH
NOTICE.
BE
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT (JO
_. days nfter date I Intend to apply to
Uio Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works to purchaso 480 acres of land on
Texada Island, New Westminster District,
described as follows: •
Commencing at tho S. E. corner of S.W.
J,, of See. 3; thenco East 40 chains: thence
South 80 chnins; thence West io shore
line; thenee following' meandering of
shoro line In a north-westerly direction to
H. E. corner of Seo. 4; theuce North 10
chains [more or loss];- thenoe Eust 40
chains to point of commencement.    '
JAMES LUMBBRT SMITH. .
Victoria, B. C„ April 22,1887.     dap25m2
Administrator's Sale!
lie Estate SNAT SRANTON,'Decerned
Intcetatc,
SEALED TENDERS for the pat-thaw
of Lot 10, Block Seven, suburban lands
of tho,City of Now Westminster, will be
roceivod by the undersigned*up to the:
20th duy of May, 1887. The highest or any,
tender not necessarily accepted.
Dated 32nd Ani 11,1887.
E. A. JENNS,
dap___ml      J ■'■• AdmtnlHlrotor.
NOTIOE.
18 of
HTIN-S OF THE COUNTY COURT
" Cariboo will be held—
At Olinton, Frldny, l,_h,Ma.y, 1887.
AttlllDoet.Wednesdny, Ulh Mny, 1887.
At 150-Mile House. Tliesdny, 28th June,
1887.
At Sod. Creek, Thursduy, 80th June;
1887.
AtQuesnellcmouth, Mondny, tth July,
1887.
At Rlohfield, Saturday, Sill July, 1887.
By Command,
JNO. KOBSON,
Provinoial Seeretnry.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Mth April, 1887. dapSOtd
TUESDAY, MAY 24, 1887.
Grand Excursion!
•VM THE ('. I>. K. TO
NORTH BEND A RETURN
Under the Auspices of the Y.M.C.A.
BETWEEN HOPE AND NORTH BEND
Is some of tbe most magnificent scenery along the whole lino of railway, Including tbe far-famed canyons of the
Fraser River.
Train will leavo Westminster ntSo'dock
In the morhlng, returning nt 9:30 In the
evening.
Ticket* for the loud Trip, flu, hut to
all who purchase before May 7_li, o rodiic*
tion of w cents per ticket will be mndo.
Tickets for Sale at the Stores of 11. Lyal,
Ogle. Campbell A Co., 7„ S. Hull, U.S.
Curtis ft Co., A. M. Herring, Geo. Grant ft
Co., nnd W. «. Austin.
N. A—Train stops nt all way stations he-
tween horo nnd Yale, dwApZiltd
WANTED
PURCHASBRH FOR
Marine b Stationary engines, Boilers, P_«p», Inspirators, In-
lectors, etc.!
SU-m Filters',On« Filter.' nnd Pluiuliers'
Brass and Iron Goods, nil kinds of Nin.
■M■-eMa.r., kl, Nmpre.-or*.. li.it*
null RockDrills, UoIhIIok Machinery,
Drill Htcel, Maeliluery Hleel, Picks,
Shovels, Iron A Steel Wire Rope, Rubber Hose, etc.,
Ballw.y A C-MIMIors'  llcnrrnl Hup*
Kles, Scrapers, Cnrs, Anitlc nnd
tt iron ana steel, Crow-bars, Portland
Cement, nooflng Paper,. Building
Paper. Fln-nroof ltooflng Cement, etc.,
Inm SI Wo.d*w*ii_l.j -.rhlnrr;,
Shafllng, Palleys.Chucks, Lathes, l'lun-
ers, leather Bolting, Tin Pluto nnd
Corrugated Iron Elbows, Axe,' Pick,
Fork Mid Hammer Handles, tlesi
White Ouk 5-gnl., 10-gaI., M-giil., 30-i'ul.
Kegs, Gftb; Ij. wood _ lion's celebrated
If.w York Varnishes, Chapman Hoosdt
Co.'s Flsh.Bait,(HO kinds). One new
■all's lore. One new Foal Tuhle.-Apply
U> ~WKM»_tB^M00RADY, i.
Mechanical Draaghuman A Contractor.
oar Plans and Specifications for Boats,
Buildings, Mnchinery.cti'., cnrcfully prepared. H-KxKiin St.
New Westminster. B. C, Jam IH, '87. '
 dgjMSje	
_ the Date-, and Places or
Co-rti of Aiilie, ltHI Prlun, and
0*er and Terminer, far the
Tear.18.".   '
r SPRIItO ASSIZES.
'     [6a V.nroav.r l.l.nd]      .
Vlolorlo .....Monday« .....10th Mny..
Nanaimo .Tuesday. ......Tin .Tune.
.    (Oa_l.l_li_.d1
s^SS^Jgt^H^'
Clinton Z ,..Mon_a..,..„...lSth.nn..
, • FA_i_> -_a_ii__a. ''
.   ' (O. K.lal.ad]
iiobps'IV.'
rewWeBtinlnste-
:.:S*aais__.:::«tiii,
...Monday aW ml
apt,
it.
iday ....lOllipul.,
dnc«lliy...fl!h Nov.
I Oa v.neouT.r l.Und J
Slrtl-rl-j.M.-Monday.,.
analmo Tuesday...
...88th Novoinl/cr.
...Oth December.
dapMId
THK   STEAMER
"GLADYS"
UNTIT.   FtmTHEt.   NOTICE   WILL
lenyo Wisu's Wharf, for
Chllilwliack ana Wny Places
TUESDAYS & FRIDAYS
At7A.M„
Returning tho following days, .
For freight, A.*., upply on board or to
;iW. MATHERS,
dmlitsilc On the Wharf.
D.S. CURTIS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail
DRUGGISTS1
New WcstD.ln_.ter, B.C.
dwmhtOtc
_P_A.OI_ETIO
New Westminster, B, G.
REID & CURRIE
MMUFACTUR_RS& IMNHtTCIIS OF
Farm Wagons,
Express Wagons,
DiBlivery WO,^^,
Carriages,
T6p Buggies,
■   Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
Butcher Oarts,
Dog Oarts,
Dump Oarts,
Drays, Stages,
ATM: bvbIrythiko sva Tnto
VEHICLK htmi
Secimii-hnnd gtap/et 1 ExprMt Wag.
0118 for sale cheap. I
Kepnlrttip;. Fnlntln*; S Trimming
done at reasonable prices,
BLACKSMITHINC
In all Itn Branches.   Eatimntoa given on
Ironwork ah'd Contracts taken.
llorse-KUoislni. and General
Jobbing.
Wa also, keop li* utoek to supply tho
trado, Iron, Stool, Chains, Cumberland
Coal, Horse, and Ox Shoes, Harrows,
Iron, aiid Stool Harrow Teeth, Carriago
I Springs anil Axles, and a complete stock
of CarrlMo Hamwafe.. ,
. A lot ol fit-stokM: Plough. _; Hal*
rowibnHnHd.        i   f« '.
_**Wo havokdt the best workmen to bb
had in the country, nnd we import nearly
alt the slock we use from tbe east—oonsa-1
iiuontly we can offer Inducements to purchasers that wo could nol. hnve dono some
timo ns/n. All mntorial nml work leaving,
the strop will be fuSrnhlced tobe Just as
represented. Orders from tb. country
promptly .attended to.
•iwnplllc REID & OURRII
o oii_: __?___. _t*T"_r
Capital, $J,000,000;   lusse.
Paid, .48,000,000
-ktssWItalsesI —.Won
Rates as Low' as any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.      *
__* Kisks promptly taken, and Losses
satisfactorily adjusted.
T. ft. PEARSON,
doo7lo {11. C. B. A P. Co.) AQENT.
Land Reglstr) iirrtiiiaucc, 1870.
Let Xo. 'iel, Block IV, rnrt of Msfrlct Kol
K    \o. 19$, im llic Clly et Yniit_*nver.
WpEREA^i THE CEBTlfZCATE OP
• Titlo df FrunX W. Art totho nlwvo
Lot hus bc-un lo.sto^<lcs(imTcd^iiid uufrll-
oatlon has been **hiud(nror u flnpltfirto
thereof: Notice In thcrofore hereby given
that a fresh Certificate of Title will be
lsKucU in Ilea of tlmt no lostonientroyed,
unless cause be shown to the contrary
■within one nionth from tho dnte hereof,
R W. AHM8TRONG,
r_Ji ' Deputy Registrar.
LiinU Registry OfBce,
«___%._._/_	
.New Wtaftn^tfiyuiUa^
 uap-Sml 	
TtUHMltCl_L__l.''
WM McCOLL,
. eneral MsM
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries & Provisions,
LUHDBOM'S liLOCK, Oolumbia St "''
.dw-ntl3to. ■.■.*/[*;
8PBOIAL
INDJU CEMENTS
 FOR TIIE-	
HOLIDAYS
15 per Gent. Discount for the
next 15 days,
ALL NEW DCOCS,    WWM
BUYING FIWM THE MANUFAC*
hirers for cash, I am in a position
to ull at bottom prices. My Ooods are
marked in plain figures and the prices
have not been put up to meet the dis*
count taken off. Call and see prioes before purchasing elsewhere,
CT Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
Jewelry made to order.
F. CH AKE.
WATCHMAKER
On'osim the Bask. dw*del8tc
IMP-ITER & DEALER IN
JOHN S. COX,
IMP)
Fancy
TT COSTS NO MOltrc TO KEEP GOOD
Fowls thnn It does to keep poor Fowls.
My Breeding Pens nro equal In nny In
the United states or Canada.
I uropoN(.'tottinilfilj Ekksfrom premium
anil flrnt-clMSH' Fowls, nTy-iU-slgti being lo
establish n reputation that will lust,   • .
VARIETIES OF FOWI-S:  •
tVhlte Creitcd Blaek Follih,   -
Blaek Spanish.
> -Lsaagihitngv,
lift Flcche,
Sllver S]M--|lcd Hnmburffh,
White and Brown Leg horni.
Mandan ■-
,, , Light Brahmai.
Pit Oimei,
Plymouth Hock.
Partridge Coehlut,
Rouen and Ajrlesbury Duetts,
. .  ToMlonstO^eie.
SPANISH 1AP.EAR RABBITS.
Cash' must aeoompnny all orders.
Address, with stump,
JOHN fi. COX.
dwfeTto New Westminster.
PORT  H4MM0KO    ,
N-_-f.-_.HY
io.,     ~—-t'!. -'inodftiiii
Fruit Trees,
Ornamenlal Trees,       .
Small FriMts,
Anil QAIlDEN KTOCK on haml 111 great
variety. .n
Everything flrsl-ehiRH anil fiirlilsheil In
good shape.   '
G.W. HENBYr '
dw-del6tc Port Hammond, B. C.
WALSH'S
TAILORING .,.„■
Columbia St.. New Westminster.
HAVING JUST RECEIVED OUR NBW
Fall and Winter Stoek, we invite In
spectlon ofthe finest, selection of   '"
F_mxI_i.1i, i.colrli, fiermnn, Frueh.
and Amerlenn
SUITINGS !-_©«
Evor shown In New Westminster.    For
a, GOOD FIT aud artist tu style we defy
competition,
flnoBOte •' THOS. WALSH.
Look. Here!
fP YOD 'VANT TO  MAKE  A NICE
PRESENT
Ton friend or t-elntlve, gn down to STIR-
SKY'S nnd look nt some of those extra-
ordinary iHtrftalus In .
Ladles' and: Oentleaicii's GAM and
Silver'-Witrhes!  iUlin, >  •
VharniR, etc., etc.
Or If you wnnt n useful ornament for your
house, examine those beautiful H'tlay
striking flock*., with cathedral gongs.
He Is selling at BOTTOM PRICES.
Watches- from # upwards, a\\ warranted
Fine Watch Repairing a (specially, and'
good workmanship guaranteed.
mr Remember ' the   plnee—the  "Blue
Store."-
The British <$o
1. LJLXj
SM'J.IOV
i .w.. „a,a ..i. .u ,__a.i.i__t .it
zw_>
' .O.fl .1-_.It/l.f_i  ,1-tJ/   .. ,■<*   -.'-     ' ,.,-.■.I-.-■■.■.•.'..
,M«»*».M A «.l*-n«*flV»f -
RffStTAJ>ltt-Mi      ■•■-,...•■)
rntu'-'9. *jVhK,;?--'iIf.
IN 300 SHARES OF $50 EACH.      '
I '■     sJaJJu    ■''■■■>■■•■■■■■• !/jJ,o,Iiiu-i
Fast Steam Presses^
,V.O.|;f;:jVf
"■-•■' # ii
.lir-iltVlKHTT.'l   .-_iWi>*A
Efflelwit Workmen.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS ONE OF THE
dwaullyl Columbia St, New West
CUARDIAN
THE UNDERSIGNED has
just received a large consignment of
Pianos and Organs,
Which he will sell cheap. These
instruments may be purchased
for cash or in monthly instal-
ments, tb suit purchaser. Call
aria get my figufes before purchasing elsewhere, and it will be
to your-interest. -
Second-hand Pianos and Organs for sale or to rent.
Instruments may be seen at
Mr. D. Lyal's Book ahd Stationery Store, Columbia Street,
.lwrnhiio  T, Ri PEARSON)
OF LONDON, ENG.
. i. / i y
-, m i t\Attt%.
•    .uraiA.ni, _■)
'    EiTXtiLlaiiEDie-i  "'
Risks Taken at Rates
as Low as any other
Reliable Comp'y.
T. R.PEARSON,
doo7tb        (B,C. fl. * V. Co.) AGENT.
mimxiwCMmWmi :>.:$
'.Hts
'lio i ld__ti bttitittnft
BY MAIL,'PER•ANNUM.'') .**"_».i_a_V-_
W«ekly British Oolumi^8-0^
a
iv:;v Ui^-.Hi."
(w_|_l«roBteMii_(l
HtVIHG BV FM T«_t__H-T CIDCUUtlOl
•.I .'-.ULn....
i;i  -v«r*.u*V lo
W. fc. AUSTIlt,
UEA1.EB in	
Hlintaiw!
A large AsNorLnieut of
DRY GOODS
—AND-
GROCERIES
ALWAYS ON HANI).
Hay and'Feed
WHOI.ESAI.E AND BETAII,.
WOOn AND lOAl D__l.EKED TO
mr,'i: or tiib iomr.
WeruntWilstftgosilally.exooptSunilnys,
to Purl Mooily, currying H.M.S. mulls.
As no liquor or tolmiico Is un.il wecirn by
tamporat. habit- rmd. oafef'ul eoonomy
serv. tbo public at especially low .am.'' i
dwseUDtc
, .-.   ;. -J. ,
RCIAL PRINTM
.-..;i    li'i v* il     ••.-'    :■ n-   ImiA   : ■:■
OF EVfiRY itESClipildif.   '"' ■    ,;*,n.'tV
At Moderate Ratee.
n^v,lint .   r
t(/. .J17 .-i-. t = .fiJ'_i 1 *_*lV?».-**i r'•
"  01
SPECIAL BLANKS RULED & PRINTED TO ^
Persons who have not pr6ved ^'SeliipiS't
■Will'      .',■!■: ■      ...!■!   y      .     ,.!;|,.<...>/.j,H!..l';.^S
expe.riepce the ability of the earteblishnieei^r
*•   , '*•        ■       ■ , ,',i:n„it. J.  ,     .'.s-.iiiaiilWolE
to turn out first-class' work•.•■•i^:in?i_^''*#J
■_____L_f__W I'ntV-r   i ■  '>•■■■,.■■■;■-    (nl*m*&re.
(qhamo_j a mm
._..'.'I . ,.«_,(*M
_BfAV      ■•,.'.■
«__.-_ ■ •-OfOeS ASVIOE TO PAM__TS.
em. Tiinaibi.
is;   *t'f'n*aW.'
Itai-tnaVi- If 111 this age of civilization Unit physical punishment ought
never to bo ic ■ ortetf to. It Ib not necessary. , A tmreiit. has lull .control of a
cW_-j_he_-t«*.hnfe, imd-taid keep
It e*T,nimap'rlM (Wj-jr (wWppIng,
foru Mr-li-tlspuiuBhed that way always looks forward to the. time whon
he will be too lafg_*tb'M< fthlpped, ana
M he grow, he has to be whipped a little harder every time, which ln l.selt
proves that form of punishment to be
useless and wrong.
In any other method ot punishing a,
child can be shown that he Is simply en-
mtSfgso^am
practiced, (or children have a fine sense
*'   ■"   '*   p.!p*^sUy!()«M<i*ej|'*y
hroent Ib a. dwgerous
**_lie4 ._.
Idea tbat he quotes the
' spare the rod," etc., to fortlly
when the proverb would  be
imie^ijiwd. ■*..« rewuids betoken a fanen state.'. Tlie same ls true
"tuineh mim*,i li.. f , ':'■■ it'. :■
Tho.eyeot pf ,»ll,piinl8hment ls, of
coil__S «'!_!*(»% ViSlld, to trim off,
or subdue Its faults otcharaoler as thoy
appear, and give »■ tettei! cliiihco fortll.
TJier^
Die
   _.._       con-
•luered by parents of young children.
,hjm, smvt>m<ta-.«»m MAfvUMitk:
child olsome anticipated ploa.ure.bo-
cause oi a dlsobedlenoe.   The effect of
aro •fllj'f*fj_#ll[ug* beSUta whlppl
*•"♦**_#*. WiW* _"<- •'"* »■••
•ilbjeer ls u matter to bo gravely ci
sucii lipimlshpeat depends upon the cit-   sutferor, and he trios It again:
nintiRt. neoa   '.       .-.'    .'....'.    .     .*'. " ' KinoatMl event, realized
cumst ;iices,
Suppose, for Instance, a boy has a
promise that he shall go to a certain
el ou. Ital i» comttig In a few days, but
nn occasion arises In which some sort of
• 1-cipline must be resorted to, and he
is to.d he -Hindi go to tho circus.
.■M_»l*ffoW',,°'*^--
nfjiiSHf. .iohmislMo..,.. Hv tui*.
ml-sMdMi-.--. „«M;goil io-__il"the
■uny rellrf he lias Is In hating hea tlior-
lty over him, n d no doubt fools a conti mpt lor a lime, tot pnu that cau glvo.a
promise und then taki'ltback.' AH the
iitnuei. 11 r. ln'.lon't. tltS comtnj bf'lliii
oircus, his mu.es all going, and evory.
Uil g in coniiecilon with it will continually keop bis angry feelings uppermost,
9|ft#^:jJELB*PKi
-SP-I!__«!_,■ ho „J_l5(_f„fold that
lis could uot. go out of tho yard again lor
any p.. assure, except the clrous, for a
week, nor liave any boys In his own yard
toi'lay wllg-iMf-OWIegjUiattlmo, but
niusi. >m_fo iilhis.il as lest ho eould
uloiic in .iif.seqtiun.0 o! his wrong do-
lug, ho would many times during tho
woelt wish ho had belmvod himself proper!.; ymi «,aiilil not. have iha. hateful
focl.ug uroUs.d towards his parents.
Ho. wi.UI I not be made unhappy byhls
I'uii.-hiuenti be would havo a chance
I > think of lhe matter fairly and w. uid
not feel abused and .outraged however
wioom.oilaMtliji&farliltron became.
Ins.' mi oljflSatijuangrS'at.lt ho would
vilsh ho limlTiot dono wrong. A child
need's all iho -'.nshluo It ean have to ,o
II ie I Ior tne storms that coma ln after
life, and il in uny doubt wliollterU' punishment, lu oertain cases, ls ru..lly a nej
MMttar or not, always ■*..» Iha child ths
benefit of the doubt.
A happy child will, be tho most one
dlent The docility of ths slave is n "
what we want In ohildren, "The cam-.
mores no swifter befor»\the whip, on...*
behind the flute. "—[Good Housekeeping.
;._ «i.roTi i Mio ■■*--__.-p.."
, Th. Hia. Mule.
One ol the most amusing and at the
same time most pitiful sights to be seen
about tha ooal mines, says a correspondent writing trom Nantlooke, Is tbo descent ot a mnll to tbedepths below.
* -ft tP.say.MH m <<m_il
tl'Wfeei*  Amr,tmt*T**»rahe-l
uplMllirn'IRh M-fleS rsloeltv.
On lhe car Is fastened a narrow stall,
wltb Iron ban, which can be fastened
across tha entranoe.
By various methods tha unfortunate
mule Is brought as far as the month of
the shaft, but when hs seas the ear ha
knows what It mean*. Ihat mule fully
realises tbat II he walks aboard he will
never ssa daylight again; and will hava
to work In the dark as only a mine mule
musk
80 hs kicks.   Ami!
■*?._■__.___.._.„.■   __,,   _. _ _.
W"MPWL • __#__■•<>£_-"■■»;' -Mana
b-Ttf-s'JlEM-B--. JaEttWhal,
U01
BABIES AHD THiEG-EAMS.
_lulmrra-._j_nls of Htipu. Fathers at the
■. Tel«S- apl, OHoe.
A Western tTiiiou tbiegraph ro.olvor
said ty n Chicago roporter:
" DM .You know that fow pooplo out-
■ slilo of .doctor, nud tho telegraph ire-
ohlvof. iroitli-o* -how many babies are
born in tlunvorid? Why, thero isn't a
day. .Sunday inoluded. that 1 don't
llniKliu from fitteon'to twenty 'baby
telegrams.' as wo call 'em.
I "Ily those I mean telegraphic announcements of tbe advent of little
8 ••"tI-Ji-'b a gooddealof human nature
In theso messages. Of oourse they are
u.ually sent to the Utfl. one's grandparents, and they take bn all shades of
c-u erance from the wildly exalted
eosiaoyot a first-born to the cold, formal, and not Infrequently disgusted an-
<_ouiio_uient ot the sixth.
"I-vill say, however, that after the
•mm I or third ovent ot the kind the
Jig tiling Is not drawn on so recklessly.
Ilie slower process of tho mails ls
considered quite enough for the emergency. . '
"The oomlng of tha fint, however,
Is as sure to bring out an oxolted telegram as'the sun shines, It la great
lun to watch the senders ot these
first baby dlspatohes as they prepare
thprn. i
"A young father comes In wltb a hurried, step, and an exultant, beaming
face. He grabs a blank and dashes oil
something ilka this 1
'• • Great news 1 Mary very IU.  Fine
. "Then he tears that up. Somehow be
doesn't wont.the rude telegrapher to
know tho name of the gentle but happy
end put against ons ot the uprights at
the side Ofthe shalt. At the other end
lour men push, bringing the beam Uke a
leu. against the mule's flanks. Now
the bout's backbone ourvee until hl»
head is nest his tall, and his four feet,
planted Irmly together, seem riveted to
the ground.
&mmjfi_ffl^&*-
But there Is another resource. Evan
mule resistance oan ba overcome by
steam power.
A rone la fastened around the mule's
a_W,«te*»i«
slowly turned and the unlucky beast Is
dragged on tha oar. Ihe lion bars aro
put up, a hsll rings, and ilia ear drops
downward, while a lut melancholy bray
il„u»._o from the Mack bote.
Thcr7.ra_emuls underWllkubaitt,
that hasigpenttwaoty-one years of useful
Uf ■ l*m»_ml to -be dark. Ina
in netsW*fiWqt hBu. ■¥><• na hit
twice beon holA-KAMsurfaoe to walk
proudly In tha mlnerr-r    "
UHaJLotiagt as hu Ixlea .
go hllnd m*_,e'»bi.3, but wheli-ha* ara
b: 0. ght out aBasulag. must be tied over
tlieir ey^tpt^averal duys.    '
Saturday Idea, It Is all very novel and
unique. He sossstoie after store closed,
and In several sections of the town tha
regulation Sabbath stillness reigns.
At lu.30 o'clock in the morning he see)
scores of people, dressed In Bunday
dotoasj.oBjtheir wayto.(tiui_h.
; .sit Is bard to Imagine that lt ls not tba
real Sunday, Only when tho stranger
goes Into the main thoroughfares Is ba
Drought to a sense ot tha day u It Is.
Tho whole atmosphere of one portion ot
the city Is a doy ahead,, or six days ba-
'hlnd.aByouohoosetomakelt.
'10 .. >S.     ■•!!■ , .** a'"'
•rtrtoHa.
Q_t.n Vletorla bus a great
  * '   pparentln the
r times are
> snug -little
ilW.IWira'week U paid
Just' lhaj*no, whilo ltia1 *ell known
lli.l tuMfrjueeluut lor viats past boon
oblliWtolBakalieivyyiibalemsiitslnlilS
i.iiohjKof Cornwall iioporty—not so
uiuil,iii|iiiriiin_)rlii-th- duchy proper as In
Its ouily ng estates In othi r counties.
»-SK«3S£_
a Hill'! oxim pocket money, in addition
him, whilo the Queen has halt a doien
■-*'*lj__-_-r«_yt.-UMS, ■    v
n_M* MMMB ■■■im.
Imprsu upon your,wlio.that early to
bed and early to thpU ttVbett -»ptto,
f«r» woman to ^l■■#.f^7,™
This will Insure you a warm bed at
nlgh______._sxbreekfastla tbe morn-
lng.-1-Udge.
(led it that
mm
Expected event realized; a little
girl; wife doing well.'
" ' But, pshaw 1' he says,' that's rather a cold way to speak other to her
to her own father and mother. Wife,
why, ot course she's wife; but Ido not
Uke that,' and he tears lt up.
" Then he starts again, add: this time
he says: • Confound the telegrapher, he
shan't know anything about It,'and he
writes: ' It has come—eight pounds—*
female.   Mothor all right,'
" He looks at lt a minute, and then
tears lt up, with; the remark: 'They
wont know whetherthat means a Jersey
calf br a Bambletohlan colt.
" By this time the young man bos
got Into a sweat, and grabbing a pencil
Ee dashes off: ' It's a girl. Mother doing nloely;' and after looking at that five
or six minutes, and maybe with a
moistened aye, lie signs his lint name
to it and bands lt ln.
" Tbey ore all about alike, these first
young lathers. They're proud, and
happy, and conscious, and yet ,they wUl
do almost anything to corneal their
Identity. i
" Sometimes the young man oomes in
showing signs that the great domestic
event has boen too much for htm, and
then I have to take Uie pencil and help
bim out, and I do lt In a praotleal
way.
"1 get tbe address and I simply
write: ' Mother well,' and then the man
pays his half dollar and nearly pulls me
through tho window In his fierce desire
to have me go and givo the baby, a
bath.
" There ts great fun ln a telegraph
ofllce when the baby business has
been particularly  good,  I cad tell
J-U."
     -i» ■.
Saturday Sabbath In Kew Jersey.
In Pluinfleld, N. 3„ tho seventh day
ls observed by a great many of its be-
Hovers.
If so happens that the numbers and'
respectability of tho tuemijers of tne
Seventh Day Baptists Uvlng Ih that
place, will admit ot suoh an observance.
There are so many ot them that
thoy can close stores and drop business'
on Saturday.
Probably thero Is no town In ths world
that presents a similar sight. Several
thousand people, out of a population ot
eleven thousand, conduot themselves on
Saturday as tha rest of people • are
supposed to conduct themselves on
Sunday.
Ihe Seventh Day Baptists have
always been devout Iheir piety and
purity have been characteristic features.
As a matter ot faot, those Flalnfleld
seventh day adherents observe Saturday
muoh more rigorously than the average
communicant mother churohes observes
Sunday.
The older members, especially, cling
to the old-fashioned, pious observance.
They devote a great part of the day to
•Wing ihe Bible and religious books ot
the old school.
Many of'them are vaw fond ot the
Jtrlnep, and keep perpetually isoated
, all- tba peculiar principles of the -arms sects. • Thoy ■ ore MoseTOdents ot
the Biblo and have the Scripture in readiness for quotation at aU times.
Ihe entire day ls spent in devotion
and in churohgolng. Their ohuroh ls a
luge one, and the pastor is an earnest
disseminator of tho truth as he holds
It.
To ths stranger who looks on at this
»l>l'~
AN.v__aBor_-.ri.Id.
Teel's marsh, ln Nevada) ls the most
productive borax Held on the Paoifio
ooast. v* •
Its deposits cover ten square miles ot
surfaoe, audit Is said to Include chemically puro common salt, borax bt three
forms, sulphate ot soda, and carbonate
of Soda. ".•' '•'■-
The buln of Nevada, In whioh It is
-situated, Is oovered In many parts
with dry, effervescent salts, Wuhed
in. oourse ot ages from«tlw soda
feldspar of the voloonlo rocks and
ridges of yellow lava which cover tha
country tor miles.
The waters ot the lakes are heavy,
appear'' Uke thid oil, smell like soap,
.possess .great detersive qualities, are
caustic as potash, and cosily saponify.—
[Wlpuamuooa SUvar State,
V  ;  jtfjfl.in,'A» _ I    I
Bttm-wl by Ul, Accent.
Magistrate (to prlsonor) " Phat's yer
'»»»«_»J. ■ .    "  !
Prisoner; " Patrick McGoollhon."
Magistrate: " Is It nu _rl.__._u yo_
aro," ._*■«v._o*-> -**
Prlsonor: "Yls;yorHonor."
Magistrate: " That's what 01 thought.
Tor n-fluf is fuoiglitlui,"-!.-;. X. Suu.
SHB^q^gfiP1*
W.alM.aJ-.atlst. ,
. A Oareon, Nov., newspaper says that
In the Carson Elver above Empire, tha
l"^J*_W_*J.JH-rkSowthe fcwp the
flsb will not bib-, .•{.having lost their
}**#ijlw«* S-Uv_Uoiiby tin mill ol.--.u-
.*'•'    '_   ■' * iy.' '."•■■.'    -_i.
BusiiiBssJQirectoiT-
Tho following Business Dlrcctoi. relates
on|y to porsous whoso oilverllKomonts appear In the DAlny Coi.umiiiax.', It ha.
beeu found trno, us a rule, tbat -persons
who advertise liberally arc liberal In thoir
dealings, and many persons moke It a
rule to give preference in I lit'I r iloailngH to
those establishments wlileli niivertlue
freely. The following list Ih arranged al-
phobetloallyi .
LEGALj
T. C. Atkinson Columbia St
W. Norman Bolo Columbia Bt
Corbould A MoColl McKensle Ht
Branch offlco at Vancouver.
MEDICAL.
Dr. H, M. Cooper. Ohuroh st
Dr. J. C. Henderson Chllllwhaok, B. C.
Dr. I. M. Molxian McKonslo Ht
Dr. DeWolfo smith Clarkson Ht
IJISIHASCE.
W. J. Armstrong [lire] Court House
H. V.Bdmonds IMcKenslo Ht
W.D._*errlslllIes. uoollleut] ..Ferrl* Ht
T. B. I-earsdn [Ure * life] Columblu St
Band Bros, [ilroi lltel McKenzie Ht
Branch Offlccs at Vancouver* Vie.
Turner, Beeton 4Co. Iflre] Victoria
Woods, Turner* Gamble
[Are, Hie * uccldenl]......ColnmblaBt
HEAL   ESTATE AGENCIES.
W.'N,'Bole ColumblaSt
Corbould * McColl McK.nr.lc Kt
H. V. Edmonds McKenzio St
W. P. Kerns *. Ferris Ht
Cnpt. Pittendrigh MeKensle Ht
Kami Bros McKensleSt
Wm. Shannon Vancouvor
Woods, Turner A (Iambic Columbia St
AROHITEOT, Ae.
C.-H. Glow '. Olinton St
G. W. Grant. .....McKeuslu Ht
CONTRACTORS * lU'll.UEKS.
Ackerman Bros Kew Westminster
AUCTIONEERS.
H. N. Blob ..Ladiior's
T. J. Trapp • Columbia Ht
AOENTS POR MACHINERY, Ac.
Fraser* Lconnrd Vancouver'
F. Welcome McCrady McKenaie Ht
M18ICAI. INSTR.MEKTS.
John Adams Vonoouvm
T. R. Peareon Coiumbin St
PRINTING A Rl'LINO.
The Columbian Steam Printing Establish-
..-   ment  Cotumbln St
STOVES A TINWARE.
H. M. Cunningham * Co. .Columbia St
OAS FITTINGS.
II. M. Cunningham * Co. Columbia St
SEWING MACHINES.
0. J. Robson ColumblaSt
GENERAL. MERCHANDISE.
W.R. Austin .......Fronts'
C.G. Major Columbia Ht
Wm. MoColl Columbia St
C. McDonough Front St
DRY GOODS.
Ban Marche ColumblaHt
D. Drysdale A Co olumbla HI
Jus. Ellard * Co Columbia Ht
Ogle, Campbell * Co Columbia St
Wm. Rao [Globe House] Columblu Ht
DRESSMAKING.
Bon Morobc Columblast
Jns. Ellard A Co Columblu st
Misses McDniigall Columblast
FinXIT-RE.
W. Prothero. ColumblaSt
Wintemute, Calbick A* Co Columblast
WOOD* COAL.
Henry Elliott [Orders lolt nl W. McColl's]
DRUGS, fee.
T>. S. Curtis A Co :........ Columblu St
A. Peele Columbia Ht
DCTCIIERS.
Bobl. Dickinson Columbia St
WATCHMAKERS A JEWELERS
F. Crake Columblu St
P. StlrskT Ool-mliln Bt
O. M. McNaughten Columblu Ht
BLACKSMITHINC   *   CARRIAGE
WORKS.
Thos. Ovens ...Columbia St
Reid 4 Currie Columbia St
HOTELS.
Farmers Homo [Holdenl Cbureh St
The Clarence LRlehurds] Victoria
.':     RESTAURANT..
Mrs. Jennie MoNell Frbht»t
PAINTERS,  *c.
Chas. Murray Clnrkson Ht
BOOTS * SHOES.
G. H. Grant * Co.. Columbia St
H. Kells Columbia St
Wm. Ross Columbia St
TAILORS.
D. Drysdale * Co ..Columbia st
Thos. Walsh. Columbia Hf
BAKERY.
A. Diebel Front St
NURSERIES.
G. W. Henry Port Hammond
E. Hutehorson .......Ladners
FANCY POULTRY, Sic.
Jno. S. Cox Roynl Avenue
MONUMENTAL.
Alox. Hamilton ; Church st
Rudge*Monck ...New Westminster
In the Entail- qf Jennie Kedona, decettml,
ALL PBRHONR INDpBTRD TO TIH-
nbovo Kstate ate required to pny tho
..mount*, forthwith: anil ull pi-mnns Imv-
Ins H1..1UN uguiiiMt tluv uulll KHtiilomus.
f.ji'wnni tliv rtiilfl wllliln one innnth tiom
tlit. dit'o hereof lo the urtilMvlffii.**..
puled nt. New We«'mtns.t_i'. tlio  ]*_!(..
■iny of April, IIW.
.tUphlml        T. J. .IANKS, Ksecutur.
NOTICe.
tnoC
O'j'lCE ISIIBIIEBV0IVKNTUA1 l«l
days oflcr dat. I Intend to apply m
.■iu Chief Coiiimlsslonor ol Ltmusl and
Works fc purflhuse ISJI acres ol Innd ml
Tcxnda Island. New Westminster Dis'ricl,
descrihed as lollna'sl    „ „ , ,, _
Commcuolng nt. the K. E, niaierol thn
S W *. of sec. HI tlienee East III clintui;
thenoe 'North &• chalnsi thenee WestHO
clmlns: tlionc*.' South « chains! thonco
Enst 40 chains; thenoe Hblith 40 chains to
p'aln.ofeotaii'ment'oiiiont.
ROUT. RJACKSD*.'.
Vlelm'loiil. ft, April 23,18.17.     liKiit-in-
Wnoli, Tuserfi Qssble
LAND SURVEYORS,
Estate, Inawanoe and
Fire, III.. Aeiddcnt «-Marine
Insurants.
__c__-i»r**-"0
Oomiiion Express Comp y, Id.
Kaatcrn -CAiiiidlnv  and Xoi__
Ilniiglitanil Hold.
.'    .        'UOUTH.'jI'A STIIEKT,
■Mmk-M-I.     _KW *-__T_II_»-_«.
dfBTtc
Dress-fflaking I
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STBEET,
New Westminster, B. C.
Bar SatlBfnction gunranlt'cd.      *lapl8lo
_-TOTlC.__.
XtOTlOE If* HFjBBBY CIVE-'THAT
:l>|:Twehavo:applletl to tho Minister of
the Interior for a license to cut limber on
tbo following: described lands, situated I"
tho dlstrlet of Now Westminster and Province of British Columblu;
The North-east 40 acres nf secllon ._,
Township (I), one, I
Tho North MIMi-tiifSection in, Township [7],seven, in Qmup One.
The South-east Bl acres' of and Island situated In'sectlon 11, Township [4!l], forty.
ROYAl.CITY.'I'IiANMNdMll.lflCO.
(Limited]
JOHN HENDRY, Hammer.
NowWeslinlnstor,B.C.,AprllardlS»7.
diipSriml
WHST PHIIIIOIAHI 8«Y AlOUT IHI
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
"Trentment'by Absorption has for soititt
time been recognized by Medical Men to
be the most-Hlinple und eff-.ctuitt nieiuis
of convoying lo,Dlnoii!.c'dOi'_ciii.i.,"CHra-
tlvcB," but in eiwosof Kidney Dlweupe nnd
Complaints niteniliuit tliori-uii, HiicciL-Mrul
Ireiitinpnt was practicably In.pusi-lhl'j until the Introduction t>f tho Kttiri-Kidney
Pad. It costs less thnn a single prescription mid Is finii-jB-taurubly .more- decisive
and effective than 'anyquantity of. Internal
Medicinal dosing. Worn Immediately over
tin; Kent of DiMciiKp.'ll'S unratlvt. properties
het'ttiDe iibsorbed ny tho dlsensed uml i-ti-
fcf'l)lcil'(>miin'.,o(jiitIntto«sfy nml directly,
us required to Insure In return tlieti* healthy action and orlglual,vigour. It is com*
forttthle lutlii. pntlcntnnu uletiRuntin Kb
eff-cts, and cures when -nothing else can.
Tlio Sturr Kidney Pad accomplishes positive, decisive result's. A moro vnlunble
dlHi-oVery as a true remody tor Kloncy
Dl senses whs never made.—Medieal Gatetle
Tlie Starr Kidney Purl, niimufnctiiml
In Toronto. Is u permrtucnt sure enre for
disenscH, disoi'ilcrs and aliments of .the
. Kldneyrii tfliidil.'i* and urinary secretive
system, or iittcndunt eiimplaiutu, causing
pain In the smnll or tlw tiiu-k, .Ides, etc.,
producing urinary disorders, such us too
frci'iieht, scauty, difficult, piilnfui or copious micturition. Inability of retention and
sedimentary urine, dropsical symptoms,
etc.. denoting the presence In the system
of dlsenses common to the urlnnry secretive organs—known ns gravel, catarrh of
the blndder and passages, Bright's disease,
diabetes, dropsy, piles, nervous debility,
etc. Bond for pamphlet to LANGLEY A
CO., Wholesale Agents, Victoria. Retailed by A. M. HEHHIB.G and V. S. CDRTI8
A ■CO., New Westminster: T. MoNEE*
LEY, Ladner's Lnnditig: II. MoDOWBDL
ACO., HASTINGS HAW MILL CO., THE
VANiOTTVEIt DRUG CO., Vancouver;
W. E. MCCARTNEY A BRO., Vancouver
und Kamloops; J. It. LOVELL Yale: W.
H.MEUAW, Priest ^alley; H. CLARK A
CO., Kamloops. dwse23yl
TESTIMONIAL!
Kwwtmwr, ^rilJuw, 1880.
MR. a.  ROnERTSON,
Vi.ncoi.ver:
Representing Goldle A McCulloch,
Gait, Ont.,
_.!«.—We the undersigned having witnessed the terrible lire which wiped out of
existence tho young city of Vancouver,
on the lHth Inst,, have, nfter the flre, examined the BUfes sold by you, some of
which ware put to tha most severe test,
having beon surrounded by large quantities of lard and bucon, and we nre pleased
lo testify to die remarkable manner In
which every Hnfe sold by you preserved
its contents, not only books nnd papers,
but nlso IhotiKiimlH of dollars In paper
money were taken out In porfect condition. We crtn, thertftire, with the great*
est confidence, recommend them as thoroughly tint proafi
L. A. Hamilton, for the Canadinn Paelllc
Rallwny Compnny: M. A. MacLean,
Mnyor; John J. Blnke, Stipendiary Magistrate; Rlch'd, Alexander, .Tuitfce of
the Peace; John Bonltbec, Police Magistrate, City of Vancouver; Thomas Dunn,
Justice of the Peace; Isaac Johns, Co!.;
Edward E. Rand, Renl Estate Broker;
R. Balfour, Alderman; John Rnnktn,
Real Estate Broker: Pither A Edson,
Royal Hotel: H, F. Keefer, Contractor,
C. P. R,; J. W. McFnrlndd, Port Moody,
to Vonmmver'antl English Iinyj'K. C.
Lines A Co, Real Estate ltrokers; A. W.
i Ross, Real Estate Broker; Gravely A
Mplnks, Renl Estate Brokers; R. C. Fer*
guson, Mgr. R. C. P. Milts. . JeDOtc
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
Printing  Company
(-L_I2CXT_S_D.)
ON THE 10TH Of JANUARY, 1887,
tlio Columbian Newspaper and
Printing Concern wns purchased by a
joint Rtoclc company composed of citizens
cf New Westminster, to he known as the'
"I-iitish Columbinn Printing Co.,
Limited.1' The concern has been for
nenrly a year owned and controlled by
ttie Uritish Coiumbin Stationery and
Printing Company, of New Westminster,
■Victoria and Vancouver. Tlw object of
the new company Is to continue the pub*
Mention of tlio British Columbian news*
paper nml carry on a general printing and
publishing concern, controlled entirely by
tho..c whoso individual interest it will be
to promote the development, especially
of tbe Mamls-id. There will be no
sliTcki'uii.g of tlio energy hitherto dis-
pliiyitl in tho management of the estab-
lidhmfmt, and it- patrons may rely upon
receiving full' value'for their money.
Thc C0U.-.1HIA-. will, continue to be en*
tively independent in both Dominion and
provincial politics, and will devote itself
to the Advancement of <r.ncb schemes a
mny bo coni-Mered iti tho publio interest.
Tlio concern is now entirely separate from
any other business, tho book and
stnt.onc.i'y establish ment iuT.tliis oity
having been taken ovor by Mr. T. I..
ptviwin, vltq will continue to carry it on
in hU own name nud for his own benefit.
It is desirable that a daily newspaper
shnnld lie maintained lu this city, and
the now compauy nsks for publio patron*
age on tbo groilnd that It is engaged in
an enterprise calculated to promote tho
public welfare. It asks that thc Columbia:. In. judged ou its own merits and
supported only sn long as its policy is
onoonaistt with its professions. In con-
scmienoo of this business ohange alt no*
counts duo the concern must be settled
without delay 1.0 tnnt the books of the
former '<_ompahy may bo adjusted and
olosed. Address nll communications and
'remittances to
D. KOBSON, Manager.
Now Wcritminster, Jan. 28, 1887.
I 0u> Broad St. and 10 Pall Mall,
LONDON.
I'NfiTITrTEn 1808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES & OTHRR
Buildings, Ooods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and tiie
Cargoes of sueh Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
(.rent Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FRUM IMH OK DAHAtiK M FIKK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
AI.600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium end overy inform i.
tion oan be obtained on application to
W. J. ARMS. KONG,
Agent for N.w Wostminsti r.
ASSOCIATION.
U-uunlM-e SStpUu,..
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Bead office, Toronto, Canada
a home"company,
. This. Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:-
The Security offered to polioy holders Is
unsurpassed by any Company doing business In Canada,
It has no schemes of Insurance, but the
well-csuiWished lines, hence tbe polioy
holders cunnot be misled as to their contracts.
Its statements to the public can be readily understood, Its cash statement show-
1 lift every Item of Income and how expended.
Its position Isoscertalned annually from
a detailed valuation In which every Item
of liability Is Included.
Its progress has heen unexampled In
the history of Insurance In Canada.
Its policicH are Indisputable after three
years, and non-forfeltaote after two years-
existence.
Its proliu. are distributed upon an equitable basis. The proflts to one elass of
policy hohlent nre not lessened' to givo
lamer urottts to any other class, which
method uironls superior advantages over
the uniform bonus plan of distribution.
Liberal C_.nill.lans m (• Residence utd
Travel.
J. K. MncDONALD,
Managing Director.
T. R. PEARSON
Agent, Kew Westmlnstei
..   Je7-2mo*alternate.
DEALER * IMPORTER IS
DryGoods
 AHD—
GROCERIES
TCST UKCBIVKD IN PRY OOODS,
A NEW STOCK
In all shades tnd nut-rial or DRESS
GOODS,, including Cshmsras, Merinos,
Silks, Satins, Blaok and Colored Velveteens .nd Flushes. COTTONS (bleached
and unbleached). LININGS, BUTTONS, HOLLANDS, kc. Ony, White,
Scarlet and Checked FLANNELS. LADIES GLOVES, in Cotton, Wool, Silk
and Kid. Ladles 'Merino and Lamb
Wool Vests. JERSEYS, all prises.
Hosiery, Muslins, Diaper Irish Linen,
Brilliants, Ac, Ac.
Men's Clothing!
For   Quality,  Style, Fit and Price.
can't be touched.
MEN'S FURNISHINflS
III,every Line. Cotton, Merino and
Wool Uudcrwoar, White Shirts, Cuffs,
Collars, Gloves, Braces, Cardigan Jackets, &c. Also, Cotton, Merino, Cashmere, Lambs Wool and Knit SOCKS, in
great variety.
Also, HATS and CAPS, Ladies' and
Uent-.' RUBBER GOODS and UM*
BKBI.I.AS.
In House Furnishing Goods
Carpets, Hugs, Window Voles , with
Rings and Mountings, Window Holland
(Buff, Green and Striped), Damask and
Cretonnes, Sheetings, Towels, White
Counterpanes, Bleached and Unbleached
Tabic Linens, Napkins, Tickings, Blank*
eta and Arctic-down Quits, Table Cloths
ondCovwi.
IN GROCERIES
Everything found iu a first-class Establishment, and none but the best. Canned
Goods, Fruits, Meats and Vegetables.
I don't Hirer I'keap Woods. I tent bny
llirlii ,t keep IlKM, bol I ««*r you Ik.
best and alike lowest >rlt«lbcy ean be
MM-H,__-._-l_l:W-_t ■nicm.a-Bl
I dno2_e
Opposite the Oolonlal Hotel.
Men's, Boys' &
dren's Straw
By calling and making an inspection
of our SPRING G001_lS,yOu wMiad that
for Price, Quality and Elegant
they cannot be equalled elsewhere..
Dressmaking on the Premises.
(STAgcrits for the Domestic Sewing MacKiile Co.
.W.Ii.jll
tailHH*
..iu..-
dwap6tc
WALKER i St, SHABWELLV
,New. w&ThtixseVMit'^X.
ins!   B
:.. lieillT&MiuM
UMM
BRACELETS, PINS, LOCKETS, CHAINS, AC.
Also a large  assortment  of   SILVER-  PLATEfi, sWARE
knives, forks;'SiPoons.&c.    . ;il, _',_ "'.i'„ij-ij,ii'
^" All Goods guaranteed to:be as'represented/':;) £.'•■•■'
C. IVI. McNaughten,
dw.-jai9tc. Colonial Block, New Westipinster, KJC_
New Arrivals!
H
The "GLOBE H^i|S
AVE RECBIVED A LARGE AND^VB-a^J^tfT^^'ifJ^ $!oU
'■',- -..m :.-.!'.'..U IfJB tl'-'l   iliiVhb
Dry Goods,       MfllthWir,
Ladles' and Children's Underwear.1 ;•;:
Children's While and Colored Dresses, for nil ages, ut; low prk-s..
Also, « variety of Bed QuIHs <nnd Lnce OnrlaHw- tWke&,
Sallns, Velvets ui.dTe!»eleen.,iind1Evwyii!i9g k.Pt in i'_t»i<du-
Dry Goods Shop.       (^"Inspection invited.*T|_|     ' .   .■:■.':«-ss-jJoi■-
■Waaft:.; '&;j±sl-ZX-
ilwap-ilo ' -V t,T-T,k<»XM.
If You Want a Good Meal
—00 TO—
HKS. mm HcNBIL'S
NEWRBSTAU1ANT
•«;-hM_l unci.':
(Isp.lnll
I l"''.ll"
0. B. Ackerman.
T. AckermsB,
ACKERMAN BROS.,
CONTRACTORS i BUILDERS
EsllMlc. Iilv» « Work an. whrr.il.
ike (ily or . ouulry.
rERFECT SATISFACTION   pUARAS-
TEED IN ALL CASES, ,,
Vfe havo oome to stay and persons opn*'
tomplntltiR Imlltllng will do woll to soe us
before glvlns their oontrncts.
dwmhHltc NewWesfliilliBtor.Boxlt.
Every Man to his own B_.i-.8_
_____   £>BEX_3p.
PRAOTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP   COMMA I. IIOTBLI,
NKW  WKSTM1NSTER,   B. 0.'
Physicians' Prescription!.and ras.-
Ur Recipes a Speclnltr.
N   B. — Only Oonulne Drugs used.
Over twenty yMre'o-rnerlenc)*.    rtlHTI
NOTICE IS HKI1K1IY (HVr.N THAT
thirty dnys nfter dnte we tntelid'iunK-
In. Hppllontlon to llio Chief CoinnilKelon-
er ot Lands nml Works **,n lcn*e f"i- Mm*
herl lift purposes lit iho mllmr.tnjrdcspftt>erli
lends, sltuntoon 1 h.'H'St Hldeof Hnrrl.im;
Lnko, up a ereek -.'enernlly hnown ns
Twenty-mile Creek where a sthk'' Iim
boen planted on the water'sMfcei'f the
oreek nhout onemlU'from Harrison lAke;
thence runiilnn In n s.mllt*ens'erl*- *!lr*-i—■
Hon forty (Wl elnih."'. Ihi'llen in n n.inli*)
Mnlerly direction el_ht hundred (Win)
ehains; tlienee runnliui .III ani|rlhwo»l-
erly dlreettou forty (Ml chnins, moreor
less, to Ihe water's edm of said crooki
theneo following the wntpr'so'lge of ereek
eight hundred (sow ehains, moro or loss,.
to the point of oon'meifeement—eonliiln-
lng three thouannd two hnodi-Hl (:l»)
acres, moro or loss, nnd to ,bo Known, ns
'Also,tho followingInndssllunte on the'
opposite slno of the ereek lo Limit C, nnd
to bo known as Until, n. eommenolng
where a stake has bcoiiplnnto.t nhout ono
mllefrornHarrlsnti r«tke M the wktorls.
edge of .aid ereek 1 thenoo.running In a
noBb-w-rterly dlreol Ion, torti uo),ehnins;
thenoo running In a.mirtk-Mslerly dlrot-
tion eight.hundred: W)_*9l*l"j, """"'o
running In a - soiiitt-aarterly direction.
forty Ift] ohalns, more m less, :to said
creek! Thence following tf*ei*ator - odgo
otght hundrod |soo) ehulns, more or loss,
to the point of oommoneem.nt-oontaln*
Ing throe thousand two) hundred [SSOO]
.eres,moreorles, KTtB
Vaiiroave^ac^Mft^B^Tiw.' ■■'■'
rimhl7m2
u^mmismMm
West__U__»t__r. j;
.a_*-^!^(S3*-S:'1..;,
NOTICE, r_SJ»l„„
note-Myers of the
minster, -ttt '(he A_M
e__^ll^_l<t7at_KltWE «
or Revision and Appeal will II	
Council Chambers on the -lt_.i
May next, at. 12 o'olock npq     '
any eomplnlnt. against the
for the prnent yenr.
By order,
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dl«f gritish Colttntbian
-fVilisi, __-. «. lilt.
Offio* Weaoott, oi (ho San Franoia-
co customs, haa ihe smallpox.
Then hm bean serious anti-
German demonstrations at Paris.
Business Lot on Merchants Square
(already piled) for sale by Hand Bros.
dmeStc
S*w Jot ol LadiM', Misses' and
Children- under wear at J.' Ellard &
Co'a. dapiSto
The Yoeemite cleared at 7 o'olock
tliia morning with a good cargo for
sViotoria.
?_.__■• aasortmont of Hen's, Youths'
J. and Bora' plain and fanny straw hab,
at?. ____•_ * Co'i. dapi-te
Customs recoipts at Nanaimo for
April amounted to 12820. Thia ia an
inemse of 1706 over the aame period
oflaatyear.
Tha iron pile, sent out for Fort
Moody railway wharf are now being
driven for an extension ot the railway
wharf at Vanoourer. '.',...*.
Remember the publio meeting in
tha Drill Shed to night to consider
ways and means for the celebration of
tha queen'a jubilee in this oity.
Mra. M___lebr_o_, of Vancouver,
" Who takes part in the concert to-morrow night, haa the reputation of being
the .Mt singer in British Columbia.
It will be aeon from our advertising
columns -that the people of Langley
are. making arrangementa for a loyal
celebfation of the Queen's birthday.
;'^__1K»&;,__
in the event of that being a bad day
then will be a further postponement
Our waders are reminded of the
oonoerf arranged for to-morrow night
in the Drill Shed. This promises to
ba one of the flneot musical entertain-
mwia erer given in the oity.
Tha Kiquiinalt 8s Nanaimo Railway
eitaaaion to Wellington hts been com-
plated, and trains are now running. It
a expected that Victoria's coal supply
hereafter will come by railway.
ll. D. Spreokles, of San Francisco,
bed the Australian dele-
j tha Colonial oon-
t London, offering them free
England to Australia
Mr. Donald McGregor has succeeded
in collecting auftaent funds from tha
cJlnns to defray the expenses of placing*, ektowalk orer the hole in frontof
tho Libryy, and the work ia being
gone on with to-day.
k new steamer is expected to arrive
shortly from the out, to run from
Kidfig lane to the Columbia Uk es.
She Mm dine inehee of water, has a
nape ally of nine tons, and quick trips
and no atoppagea an expected.
Us. atr. Yoeemite atill remains on
tUa roota. and will continue hen until
the C.P.R. extension haa been completed to Vanoouver. It will be a
natter of eenalderaMe regret to all
our oitiaena when the Rithet comes
tale theYoaemite'e place. The Rithet
ia entire^- unsuitable for the route.
*" "The funeral of Mra. Wm. Preston
took flaee iti tho eity this afternoon.
sdacaaM Wm a member of the W.
that society at-
I M-vioM in the
which wen con-
.(Sn. Deceased
d and young family,
sympathy of all eiti-
The Tale Election.
MN. MR. VERNWrS MAJORITY 2SI.
KA5i_oor», May tJi.—Tho ballots iu
the election for the district of Ynlo
have just been counted, and the official figures are ns follows: Vernon,
366; Roadley, 105; spoiled ballots. 0.
Hon. Mr. Vernon's majority is, therefore, 251.
The Boils op Grams.—Tho Oity
Hotel in this city is »id .to contain
men genius and literary ability to the
aqusn inoh within its walls than the
nmainder of this province.
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Y. M. 0. A. RE-8-TI0!-—-Despite
the very disagreeable state of the
weather hut evening, there was a large
attendance at the reception given by
the young ladies of the city to the
members of the Y. M. C. A. A splendid supper had been spread by the
ladies in the ante-room of the rink,
and upon everyone present wu on-
joined a hearty invitation to partake
of it. It is needless to say that no
unwillingness was manifested in accepting this invitation. After everyone
had refreshed the inner man, an excellent programme of vocal and instrumental music wu presented iu the
rink, the following ladies nnd gentlomen taking psrt: Mra. MoOrady,
Misses Clute; Major, Campbell, Holden, De Beck, and Rand, and Messrs.
W. H. Keary and H. M. Cunningham. A vote of thanks was tendered
the ladies for their kind assistance in
making the occasion a social success.
Methodist District Mutino.—
This annual meeting wu convened in
the city at 9 a. ni. on Wednesday, by
the Rev. 0. Watson, ohairman. All
the ministers resident within the district wen present, except Rev. Jas.
Turner of Kamloops. The business
transacted was mostly of a routine
character, and during the morning session was confined exclusively to matters which required only the presence
and consideration of the ministers.
The utmost harmony and good feeling
prevailed, and assurances were given
of substantial progress upon the various circuits and stations, and strong
hopes were entertained of still greater
progress in tho future. In the afternoon sossion the lay representatives
were present, consisting of Messrs. T.
Cunningham, Westminster; D. Gillanders, Chilli whnck;R. Blake, Maple
Ridge. Schedules were read giving
the facts and figures of each circuit,
Westminster reported a cheering increue of membership and of oonnex-
ional funds, whioh elicited strong
commendation and applause. Other
circuits have been favored also with
increued memben and funds.
Mother Graves' Wonn Exterminator ls
shown by Its good effects In destroying worms. Many have tried It with
best results.
hodrt
Owu
of a man wu
_- wJtnnMa BiTer,
one-half mihs west of
axmeotwuheld
n Monday, when
... the remains wen
__aed Ohu. Evans,
thoiaoea the_-dof
"   ia the aot of
from the
Und
f, whioh ia launched under indu-
auapieee, will bo t potent faotor
ad tithe -eeifne of its piojecton
I boon-nod with soooms. Iti.
»»__H>. nil that Profeuor Tinner hu
|3lS*Ci-__-_, when he will pnnare
"- nent near Qu'Ap-
an was hm Her. John Bridger
tots tbla to tako some ot the
tho laifer uttlement of
_/a_ tfi Manitoba and
Keith fflMM Raflwar, when the
'flWolMthH^t^lorfOtr .ai
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Asslzes.     ...   *,,'
IIWIOTID FMMUEIHITHilMSES.
The caw of the Queen t>. William was
concluded lut night. Many witnesses
wen examined, and from the ovidonco
they gave it appeared that the prisoner
had kioked the Indian Bill, and beat
him very badly, and leaving him in a
wounded and helpless state, the victim had died from exposure. Tho
priaoner pleaded guilty towards tne
last of the investigation. His Lordship
hu reserved judgment in all the cases
until the end of the term.
The grand jury this morning brought
in a truo bill of murder against Joseph
Lee'e-KHJharlM Freund who, our readers will remember,* have heen lying
in jail charged with the murder of old
man Harris at Ladner's. A true bill
for'embenlement hu. also beon found
against Alex. Dempster.
Regina es. Clun Jung.---Thia case
wu the only one taken up to-day.
The prisoner was oharged with burglary from aome countrymen.
________-_.___.	
FeMonul.
Mrs. Chester Chadsey, uf Sumas, is
in the city.
Mn. Middlebrunk arrived in the
oity today from Vancouver. She
comes to take part in the concert tomorrow night in the Drill Shed.
Mr. and Mn. Hampson-Hemus and
W.S. Hapmson left yesterday for Victoria, on their way to San Francisco.
It is expeoted Mrs. Hampson-Hemus
will speak in Viotoria.
Mr. J. Pomphrey, who hu a large
contract for painting on tho 0. P. R,,
arrived from tho east yesterday, and
wu in tho city to-day. Mr. Pomphrey will paint the new water tank
hen.
At tha Farmers Home: R. Alexander, E. Cnnidge, Ladner's; E. C.
Webber, Psrt Hammond; Russel
Westcott, Chatham, Ont.; Wm.Hand-
cock, Viotoria; 0. W. Kent, Ladner's;
Henry Welch, North Arm; A. Barber,
Ladner's; F. H. Humphreys, T. 0.
Humphreys, Lulu Island; Albert
Evans, North Ann; Geo. Sinclair,
atr. Reliance; Robert Blake, Maple
Ridge; Jamn Hacfarlane, Chas. Stanley, Ladner's; Nlcholu Mager, Vnncouver; Wm, Curtis, North Arm,
Labouehere ia trying the London
-Times' own policy upon tbat paper.
Tha Timet uid Parnoll's denial of the
authenticity of tbe letter wu worth
nothing unless he brought a libel suit
to disprove it. Labouehere hu now
brought an action against the Timet to
see if it will merely deny or baok up
the denial with a libel suit and actual
proof of falsity. This charge is that
the circulation of the rimes wu falling off, and u a desperate expedient
to stop further lou, It bought tho
bogus P.rnell letter from some sump
who had forged or stolen the signature fnm Parnell.
Dnuai Oathou SniKoin u It advances. Annihilate IU birth. When
the bowels Income sluggish, digestion
fMble or the liver torpid, they should be
aroused and stimulated with Northrop k Lyman's Vegetable Discovery
and Dyspeptic Con, a medlolne foremost
in usefulness among alteratives. It
should aet be abandoned If an immediate
cure in not effected, but bo nee m it deserves, systematically and with persistence, .twill then prove that it Is
thorough.
THE NANAIMO HORROR
AN AWFUL LIST OF OBll.
Forty Chinamen Among the
Victims.
The Rescuing Parties Still Vntble
to Go Below.
The flre Is Slowly Being Gel lador
Control*
THE NAMES OF THE VICTIMS
Special to the Columbian.
NANiisio, May 4,12 p.m.--All this
day gangs of men have been engaged
in strenuous efforts to subduo the
flames in the No. 1 shaft of the V. C.
Co., and at 1 p.m. it was thought they
had tho tiro undor control. The steam
lire-engine is doing good work pumping water from the harbor down the
air-shaft. The hand fire-ugino hu
been taken down the mine where it is
fighting the fire from the level. It ia
impossible to make an attempt to get
at the imprisoned men until the fire is
subdued, for by doing so it would drive
the gas on to the fire and oause a second disaster. Thero is but little hope
of raving the men alive, but an effort
will bo made at the first possible moment to reach the imprisoned miners.
Over one-half of the dead, injured and
imprisoned men leave wives nnd families to monrn their untimely end. Below are the naines of the killed and
injured, already rescued, and those
yet in tiie ill-fated mine:
DEAD.
William Davis, John Lynn, John
Smith, William Craven and Frederick
Mattson. Samuel Hudson, of Wellington, who formed one of the rescuing party, died from the effects of the
after-damp. Seven Cliinnmcn were
brought up dead.
INJURED,
Qeo. Davis, John Jones, J. Stove,
Sr., John Lynch, and Jules Michael.
Richard Gibson, the overman of the
mine, miraculously escaped with a few
cuts nbout tho face.
THOSE   NOW IMl'HiSONED   IN THK MIKE.
No. I Level:—-Geo. Bowden, Geoige
Simmons, T. Martin, David Ellis and
his son Arthur, Benjamin Popple well,
Ju. Thomu, Joseph Watson, Edward
Johns, David Morgan, Edward Wilkins, Edward Benton, J. Wobank,
Ju. Campbell, John Malcolm, Robert
BuAiiigton, J. MoGuflie, Robert Fallon, Jas. Milton, William Bone, Win.
Gilbert, John Richards, J. Forrest,
Joseph Thompson, Michael Lyons,
Andrew Hunter, John Meakin, Sr.,
Andrew Muir, Campbell, and J. J.
Smith.
New Slope:—-Daniel Dawson, R.
Burns,-Thomas Perry. Robert Nicholson, Jonathan Blundell, George Biggs,
Geo, Dawson, T. Hughes, Charles
Drake, 0, AVillis, William Hague, Jas.
Lyons, John Thompson, A. Linoly,
William Morris, William Hoey, John
Miles, Alox. McDonald, Wm. Scales,
Frank Tullv, Wm. Stephenson, A.
Meakin, and J. Gorman.
No. 6 Level—Old Slope:—M. Corcoran, Malcolm McLean, Peter Ducca
and Joseph Fellardo (Italians), Nicholas Johns, Roderick McDonald, W. J.
Morgan, John Zermani and A. Deportee (Italians), S. H. Myers, T. Allen,
and H. Brun.
No.'31 Level, North:—George Old,
Abraham Lewis, John Wobank, Copley Wobank, Thomas Evans, Evan
Jones, William and James Davey, J.
H. Westfeldt, Arch. Muir, Henry Lee
and his son Hudson Lee, Robert and
John Stove, William Ridley, Joseph
and Andrew Morton, George Bertram,
Herbort Bevilockway, Win. Lukoy,
Sr., and Wm. Lukoy, Jr., Jas. Hog*
gan, J. Byers, and Jns. Isbister.
Tho above list, of those imprisoned
in the mine, is as near correct as can
be obtained at present. Besides these
it is estimated thas there are botween
60 nnd 75 Chinamen in the miiio At
II p.m. great advances had been made
in Bubduing tho flames, and it is now
thought the fire is confined to n smnll
portion of the level between the main
and air shafts. From present indica*
tions the fire in the air shaft is entirely out. The expectation is that the
fire will be extinguished by daylight
this morning. Instantly the fire is out
the work of carrying the air into tho
workings will be proceeded with, and
the impression is that by to-morrow
evening the full extent of the disaster
will bo ascertained.
TBE  FIRE ALMOST Ol'l.
Lateh, May 5,10 a.m. -The fire is
considerably abated in the mine. A
dense volume of steam ia arising from
the air shaft, but until the fire is completely subdued it is impossible to
enter the workings to ascertain whether
the unfortunate men abut in an living
or dead. Freeh relays of working
parties nre being brought from the
Wellington mines. The ships in the
harbor havo also supplied ubout 00
men who nn working nobly.
THE STORY OF A SURVIVOR.
Jules Michael, one of the men injured, states that he wu sitting in the
oabin in number two abaft at supper,
when he felt a concuuion. When ali
scrambled oot they became insensible,
and only one of his four companions
was saved. The dead bodies came up
in the oaga with him. Several hardly
appreciate Ihe miraculous escapes they
have had, owing to the daxed feeling
which characterises all who come out
from the deadly pit. Only ISO yards
from the entrance io the shaft he
represents the explosion as something
torridc, and then all became darkness
again. John Lynch, badly injured
about the hands and face and with his
hip tinctured, hu beon in dementia
all day, his talk being of his work in
tho pit. It is thought he will not recover, owing to inhaling the deadly
vapor. The others sre not injured
seriously, though sll are badly shaken
up. Samuel Hudasn'a beroio death is
unaccountable. He wu a miner of
gnat experience, while those who
went down with him to resooe their
caused the faces to wur a bronzed appearance, and scars rendered the features hideous. Pen cannot picture the
ghastly sight they preseut as they lio
stretched out in one of tho ships.
SOME  MAY YET LIVE.
The shift that came up lato hut night
reported hearing a noise whioh was
evidently a pick striking on the opposite side of the wall. The feeling now
is that thon mar be possibly some of
the men yet alive, and every exertion
will be made en this ground to reach
them beforo it is too late. The loss
and damage is estimated at a very large
amount.
A BLACK TALL OVERSPREADS NANAIMO.
The busineu houses are all closed,
the colleries shut down and the entire
population gathered at the scene of
the disaster. Weeping wires, terror
stricken children and sorrowing fathers
hover in the vioinity, and mourn their
terrible affliotion and like Rachael of
old, they refuse to be comforted. Evon
the skies soem to shan in the general
grief for they have been sombre and
leaden colored ali dey, with occasional
showers of ruin, outing a dreariness
over the already ghastly scene.
THE     PltlFl-L     AND     HEARTRENDING
SCENES.
The scene around the pit-head this
morning was terrible to witness.
Wives,mothers, sisters, and daughters,
wailing and moaning, making their
way back and forth through the crowd
looking for husband, father, son, brother or friend. As body after body
wu being hoisted from the mine in the
cage a rush wu made for the corpse in
the hope that even yet it is not too
late to hope for the best. The air wu
rent with the lamentations of the bo-
reared, many of whom refused to be
comforted. Vehicles, stretchers, and
rough boards are pressed into service
in the removal of the bodies to the
dead house. Many of these were unrecognizable, their features, from the
effeots of flre, being blackened, and in
aome instances even charred. [The
wires went down at 3 p.in this afternoon.—Ed.]
Why go limping and whining about
your corns, when a 25 cent bottle of
Holloway's Corn Cure will remove them?
Give it a trial, and yon will not regret it.
Wholesale oity Market.
Beef,
Fork
Mutton "
Hldes(gr'n)"
Potatoes '•
Turnip. "
Carrots. "
Parsnips "
Beets "
Cabbage "
Onions "
Apples "
Pears "
Whoat "
Oats "
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Ems,     perdoz. ...*.  o
Geese,       each  1
Ducks         "       ...h  0
Chickens,  0
Turkeys, nerlh  0
Cordwood (retulll per curd  11
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Piano Tuning.
MIt.O. H. GOODWIN, OF VICTORIA,
will visit Now Westminster shortly,
t few dnys.   Orders for tuning may be
left at Lyal's Bookstore.
dap20to GOODWIN* JORDAN.
ELECTION EXPENSES
OF T. J. TRAPP.
Advertising and Printing $110 75
Hire of Hafifl    26 00
Travelling Expenses „   flfl 10
Stationery, stnmpf* nnd sundries  21 00
•KoTJB
I certify this lo be correct.
D. S. CURTIS, Agent.
New Westminster, April 2,1887.  daptml
Queen'sjubilee!
PUBLIC MEETING.
■____-___
MEW GOODS
We have just Received and Opened this
Week large shipments of New Spring
Goods, assorted as follows:
Fancy Dress Goods,
Black Dress Goods,
Dress Trimmings & Linings,
Printed Cottons&Ginghams
Black Silks & Satins.
Lace Curtains & Counterpanes.
Table Linens. Napkins A
Towcllngs.
Kid tiioves. Corsets tb Hosiery.
Embroideries, Laces & Edgings.
Collars, Cuffs & Handk'ch'fs
Clothing- Hntu, and Men's Furnishing Gooda,
Carpets, Linoleums, OII Cloths and Midi
ALL OFFERED AT VERV OL08E PRIOU.
D. DRYSDALE & CO.,
April 2, 1887
73 Oolumbia Si, Kew Westminster.
QT. PAUL'S CHURCH. Services ev-
O ery Hunday at 11 A. H. ani! 71'. bi. In
the Cbureh, St. John street, below Royal
avenue. Seats free, all are oordlally invited. Sunday School at 2.80 p. ir.
(MMO)	
ETHODIST CHVRCH, Mary St.
__ Rev. O. Watson, Pastor. Services at
..a. m.and7p. ro. Sunday School and
Bible Class 2:9) p. m. Prayer Meeting on
Thursdays at 8 p. in. Heats tree; strangers
oordlally Invited. Je7-tc.
E
DAPTIIT OHURCH, Agnes Street,
15 -Bast of Miry fltrcet. Rev. Robert
Lennie, Pnstor. Lord's Day Services at 11
«. m. and 7 p. tn. Hubbath Hchool nnd
Bible Class nl 2:80 p. in. All seats free;
-strftngerscordlnlly welcomed.   d-deH-Hn
UMION LODQB No. 9, A. F.
at.--The regular Communications of this Lodge are
, w , held on the tirst Monday In eaoh
month. Sojourning brethren axe cordially Invited to attend
* PETEIt GRANT,
_e23*to Secretary.
■      UNIOB
JV*  A.
TLM manic
/lr\ held oi
Land Beg.l_.lry Ordinance* Mo.
met Sm* Ml, Amy I, Xew Westminister
Milrlrt.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OP
Title of James i.hnrlM Prevostto
.lie nbove lot Iiiih been lust ur destroyed
■and unplieutlon hus been mode for u duplicate thereof; notice Is therefore hereby
wlveii that a rm>li LVrtlflcnte of Title will
Hie isNued In lieu of that no lost or destroy*
rtt, in one month from tbe date hereof.
U. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
UMid K-'g.stry Office,
New Westminster, 6th May, 1887.
 dmyeml   	
arc-Tias.
Ia Mw Mailer af Ike dale or Jasrpk A
Btw-s, lata ariaie, __eease_.
1 LL PERRONS INDEBTED TO IHB
A sAtcrte Estate ore requested to pay
Clio ansou nu, due forthwith, nnd all persons kavlnf elaims against thesald En-
tate are n-iulred to send Inthelraccounts,
duly -rssMed, on or before the lst July,
i_ff, f Hiss 8. Bowes, tho Executrix, at
Hope,_r_>     TH0BNT0N TOAi
Lancl-y Street, Vletorla,
Solicitor to the Executrix,
Dated Viotoria, aoth April, un.
 wmyllml	
A PUBLIC MEETING WILL BE HELD
IntlieDRILLSHEDon
THURSDAY, 5th MAY, 1887,
At 8 p. in,, to iimince for the celebration
of Her Majesty's Jubilee.
dmy'itd
It. DICKINSON, Mayor.
Vocal & Instrumental
MTTSIO
Drill SM, Friday, May 6,
11IIK LADIES AID OF.THE METHO*
dist Church huvo much pleasure tn
firesentlnir the following programme for
heir Concert to bo held as above:
1. Piano Duo'-Grand Galop dc Concert
—Hiss Rand and Miss DeBeck.
2. Quartette—*'Sovereign Lord" -Mrs.
Robson, Mrs. Watson, Mr. DoBeok, Mr.
Pearson.
8, Solo—Mr. Mlddlobrook,
4. Duet -"Angels nro Watching W—
Mrs. Hill and Mrs. Major.
fi.-Recitation—"Lnst Days of Hereulu*
neum," Mr. Coatham.
0. Solo—"Tanturn Ergo," Miss Campbell
1. Trio-"Praise Vo," Mrs. Middlebrook,
Mr. DeBeck and Mr. Mlddlobrook.
8. Kolo-"To the Woods," Mrs. Hill.
9. Piano Duet-"Rail leuse," Mrs, Beeoh*
er and Miss Major.
10. Solo—Mrs, Middlebrook,
11. Recitation—"The Itnven," Rov. C,
Watson,
11 Solo—Mrs, McCrady,
18. Duet-"Flower Duet," Mrs. Middle*
brook and Miss HIU.
U. Holo—"Consider the I-llles," Mr. W.
H. Keary.
15. Piano itolo-"Mazurka," Miss Clute.
Ifl. Quartette-".rubllatet" Mrs. Middlebrook, Mrs, Major, Mr. DeBeck and Mr.
Mlddlobrook.      	
Doors open at 7:"*0j concert at 8 o'cloek.
rickets, Mrls. dapSOtd
JUBILEE YEAR 1887.
Just received in our Millinery and Dress
Department, the Newest Designs from London Direct, consisting of
NOVELTIES IN HATS.
The Battenbcrg, Lady Churchill, Queen's Jubilee, Norfolk, Chandos,
Rutland, Sufficld, Pagoda, Marchioness, Ellen Terry, Purl, new
and striking Sailor Hats and Boating, Picnic and Sun Hats in
numerous varieties.
ROBE COSTUMES.
Silks and Striped Satins. Aigrettes, Ornartipnts, Plumes and
Trimmings 6( all descriptions,    ^ f l|        If*'
Great additions have been made to our usual heavy Stock, lit''
every Department, including Men's Clothing and Furnishing,
JAMES ELLARD & CO.,
dwapetc
H,M, CONN INGHAM HO
18.8.
QRIPI
1887.
Queen's Birthday!
—AT—
LANGLEY.
1 CKt-EBRATIOI. OP THB (UTH AN-
A nlvanary of lbs (tuero's Birthday
will he hold at Lanjloy on May _llh, 1881.
It wil J consist of the usual spoils nnd close
with * Orand Ball In ths evening.
FB»D. O. WHITE.
Hec. of Committee.
I,nn«ley.-I. C, May .nd, 1887.    wmylllS
Cheap for Cash.
MB. ANDREW LEAMY, SOLICITOR,
M-Kensle HU, ts authorised Jo sell a
m ol IDO noros'for ttWO. The soil Is
the very host ln the provlnoo and the farm
ls out In two by tlio Nicomekl river, In
which thero Is a nevor-falllni .upply of
trout. There Is an orchard, food house
and hnrn and » aores In tlmolby. There
ore n school houso and ohorch within a
mile of Ihe farm and the roads are In
prime condition. dwapssml
follows were comparatively inoiperi
oncod. He died from the elects of
ufiur-damp. His brave deed ia the
one bright ray amidst all the gloom
and darkness of the sorrow and misery, Some of th* dead Ohinamen
prssenlod a terrible picture.   The gaa
3nENDER8 WILL BE RECEIVED BY
L the u__ei.l____ up to Boon of lain-
artko SHI «... for tbe erection of a
three-story _rl«_ -Melon Columbia
sir..! for W.A.y_.ncen.E..|. Pla».»n.l
speculation. c»n to seen at my offlco on
anTW;.l-o.._»aneM..,,rlly
"X,t*''      0. W. ORANT, ,    ,   ,
Architect, McKcimlo*«l.
Now Westminster, tad Hay, INI.
CANADA'S COMIC JOURNAL
T
GREAT IMPROVEMENTS FOR 1887.
IHE AIM OF " GRIP" la to aet forth, In
_. In an Impartial and Independent manner, the uuHMlnir event*, of Canadian political and nooliil life. Its Cartooni Mi_?ak
more detlnltely and more pleasingly than
who1© .column-i of editorial. In tnin pungent, caullv appreciable, and artlittlo Htylo
orpreaanU.iga subject, the whole -.Itun*
tlnn la revealed ntuKlanee. ThoauceoM
of Grin ahowa how well thin faot U appreciated-lln Cartoons on tlie passing political events of the country being even
more eagerly sought after thnn the chaste
and humorous lotter-preoH of the paper,—
though tho latter Is equal to that of a—
similar publication on the continent.
The publishers of Grip aro making ex
tensive Improvement!* for 18M, The old
cover Is to he discarded, nnd the Journal
will hereafter comprise 13 pages, and be
printed on heavy toned and calendered
paporr-every number being so artistically
executed as to compare favorably with
the best papers on the continent. Tbe
ndvts. wllf ho compressed and more syste*
mntlcally arranged; while similar lm
provementH will be made as to the letterpress. A new and handsome design will
adorn tbe title page; while tin* Cartooni
Will certainly not auflfer from extensive
Improvements in tho artlstlo department.
The prlee of Grip will hereafter be|2n
year, which is lower than that of any
paper of Its kind In America,—most of
thom selling for no. Single numbers of
Grin will be 10 cents.
Twice a yenr, at Midsummer and Christ*
'man, a beautiful special number will be
Issued, the number of pages being Increased, and pleasing features introduced,
particular* of whioh will bo given In pre-
ceding issues. These numb.rt. will be
presented to nubiertbers without extra
charge*
GRIP'S PLATFORM!
Humor without Vulgarity:
Patriotism without Partisanship;
Truth without Temper,
Only $1 n Year, Poslage Free.
Addreu the 0rip Printing and Publishing Company, 20 and 28 Front Street, Weil,
Toronto; or leave your order with ftnr
bookseller *r other Ucot agent.       nil
COXjX73^£SXJL Siras33BlX\
dap20to
d. h. McMillan & bro.
CITY ROLLIR FLOUR MILLS,
Qu'Appelle Roller Mills.
c_xr>___t_>*u_Xd- K-JLTioa.,
m.-t-r.-c.
EAsk tor Melllltl'l iruii, Iiinriu ud1IINU l»_HV-_rd__
.__ Uedal at Ihe Cotenlsl __hlGUoe, Lond-B, T?|.| .W Pries at
PrMieM BuhlWMon, Winnipeg, Maflltohe, l-SR
:• **#»•.

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