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Daily   British
YOLITME 4
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C., SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 23, 1888.
NUMBER HV
ywoi.s< smith, n.D.
. OFFIOE-Ularkaon Street, opposite rear
I utranoe of Colonial Hotel,
I RRSII'li'iNOE-Aernes St., opposite now
Baptist Church.  Tolepliono No. 28.
j OFFICE HOIIRS-10 a, m, to 12 noun; 2
Io 5; and rlrrti) to 8 p. m. ilnolQIo
HI. MACLl'.AK, B. A.i H. D„ 0, II.
I Ol'FIOEl McKonzlo Streot.
llBSIPENOHl Agnes Street, third bouse
rum Mnry Street.  Telepliouo No. 17.
i OFFICEHOUHSl 10 to IU; 3 toG; Oto8.
ll-llOllUo
|l I    HI. COOI'KIt, B. A.,M. D.,
* PHYSICIAN A SURGEON,
IFI'IOB and HKSU-ENOB-Churcb St.
(next door to Farmers' Home), near
Columblast, New Westmlnstor, B.0.
kFFICE HOUB.S-8 to 10 a.m.; Ito Sand
fl.30to8p.tii. Cutis ln town and country promptly attended to. feStc
WU1.BU,
DENTIST.
Room 10,        -        -        Coliinifll Hotel.
I Omen Houiw-lll tn 1. tlfeHto
-iimiioriD k itfiit,
BARRISTERS,
aur.;ciTOBS, etc.
braces. Masonic Buildings, Now Woslinln-
I nler, and Vnncouver, B. C     lySUtwtc
C, ATKINSON,
RARRISTER, SOLICITOR, Ao.
IcKonale Street,
I'lwfelOto New Westminster, B. 0.
NORMAN ntll.R.a-Cr.,
BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
Lm. Agent Honey to Loan.
! Columbia SU,
|re2tc New Westminster, B. C.
[low a ma-ji.uius,
arokitiotts.
trier.   Room E,
Over Bank ot IJ. C.
Columbia Streot.
W   MIANT.
HI ■
ARCHITECT)
|)Kiricr.—Comer Mary and Olarkson Sts.
dwfe25te
riLLIA I ll. KINO,
ARCHITECT,
[IILDINO A LAND SURVEYOR,
SANITARY ENOINEER.
fion—New Masonlo Block,
IwaplBto ' Westminster.
ll.nEHT J. 1111.1.,
M. Can. Sou. c. E.
1*1L ENOINEER,
LAND SURVEYOR and
DRAUGHTSMAN.
Ilea—Now Masonlo Block,
|nrilil.tc New Westminster.
.1. W.ILKI'R A <*».,
■OUNTANTS, STOCKBROKERS
t REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE nml
GENERAL AGENTS,
[ink Buildings, NewWeatnilnsler, I1.C.
[Clare Rond, Halifax, England.
dwmyl7tc
TIIAPI*,
Auctioneer and appraiser,
Irmbla Street New Westminster
ll oommlsslona will reeeive prompt
J careful attention. ' Best references
In when required. mhl2-tc
{AND BROS.
Uli BSTATB DnOKBRS,
Convey ane erf*, Collector!,
And Ininrnncc Ag«ut>,
|tei nt VICTORIA: Fort Street,
NEW WESTMINSTER)  Comer
MeKenile an<i Uliirkson Htn.
VANCOUVER, Cordova Stroet.
jm.DINQ LOTS for HRle In nil Beet:oiifi
f uiicouver mul Now Westminster City.
iLRM LANDS of miporlnr ounllty for
l nt Clillllwhnnk, Port Hummoml,
Jltloy, MiU8f|iil, Hiimiin, Mud Ility, I.itd*
Is Lnmtlnrr, Lulu ImIuh.I, North Ann
7PHiRiver.
J&ps and IMnns exhibited nml tho full*
Information furiilflhcdat all ouroflluefli
fe20tn
[ILLIAMS   BROS.
Land Agents & Surveyors.
Ins prkpahkd. surveys maim
KV or Small Bums of Money Advanced
. Good NsiniritiuH, at Reasonable
Hatej of Intereat.
«■ fnr mtile nn Frnwr Hlver, ubnvc
■nil below New WcMnilmtli-r.
ilLLIAMS liltOrt. nro tn oonntnnt com-
Ideation with Intending settlers from
■laud nntl el now here, nml have nptwlnl
"Ities for ot-fecMtiR miles.
_vlr ohnrgon nre lower than any other
Its la the Province.
■'KICHS-vCornor of < Inmville and Cor-
Y Streets, and opposlto 0.1'. R. Station,
mm* ■• €. itnpUml
ISSTMIN3TER - BLAINE-
WHATCOM
A«E     LI\E.
|S. MILLER'S RTAHKH will make
t two trips n week between Wfntmln-
Itiid ltlaliin,ninkliigeloseconnecttoiis
I tho U. S. Mall Htaen llnelietwepn
nn and Wliatootn. Hlngos LEAVE
fTMJNSTER on THURSDAY and
KlRDAYat8a.m,: mtdrnlngLEAVE
llNEou WEDNESDAY nml Kill DAY
la, m. Further uarllonlurs mny ho
(tied at the Colonial Hotel,   myiBtlte
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
mAKK THIS on'OKTUMTi' OF THANKING THEIR NUMEROUS PAT-
X toon for tho vory liberal support extended to them in the past aud of informing
them that thoy aro.atill to bo found at the OLD STAND, and truat that by careful
attention to business in ull its details to still merit and secure that large slime of
patronage which has always been extended to them.
"Small Profits and Quick Returns" is our motto, and white we confess that we have not yet solved the problem of BUYING and SELLING and LIVING BV THE LOSS, vet at the samo time wo do claim that we havo discovered
WHEN, WHERE and 'HOW TO BUY. the numorous Articles that we carry.
Hence, by buying in the bent markets, at tho piopcr season, wo are able to ofter
our Customers tho VERY BEST MANUFACTURES at the LOWEST POSSIBLE
PRICES. We havo puroIiaBod very lnrgoly for the presont season and'with the
stock already received and on the way, we claim to have one of the best selected
Stocks in British Columbia.. We carry full lines pf
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of rill kinds of the best makes; Cross-cut & Illlllil-Saws.
Barbed Wire for louring, and .11 the necessary Utensils for Farming;
Pulley lllocks. Sniilcli Blocks, Rope & Chain in all size.; Pltcli,
Tar & Oakum; Tarred and Plain Paper fir Building; PailltS & Oils
in all colors: Liquid Paints in all shades* Floor Paints ready to use; Grind
Stones; Wall Paper in all designs; Brooms & Brushes for all purposes;
Lubricating ©list Traps of all disoriptioin, large enough to catch tne Chinaman who steals your chickens, tho Bear or Panther that got away with your family
of pigs, and small enough tr> annihilate the Mon.*. that destroys your grain nnd
nibbfes at your cheese.
S3- Special attention given to orders by mail,- .nd if you have any doubt when
to buy nny particular articlo, why go or send to'
To J. TRAPP tt CO.,
dwapstc
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
Pioneer Hardware Store!
USTABLII
IBS   18*32.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
Columbia Street,  Westminster, B, C.
IKPOBT1E    OI*
Hardware,Agriculturai Implements
Paints, Oils, Glassware, Crockery, Wall
Papers, Wooden Ware.
STOVES AND RANGES
iit qhsat —^.mtxmrxr-r.
Tinware, llnlloivaiv, Plumber's (Ioods, Iron Pipe
and Fittings.
Manufacturer of Tinware Employs none but first-class Workmen. Contracts for Sheet-iron Cornice Work, Gas Fitting,
Plumbing, Roofing, Ac, &c.
*»'A11 Work Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction. dwmhlGml
ON MARCHE
HAVING  JUST   RECEIVKD   A   FINE  ASSORTMENT OF
Skirts,   Chemises,
ghf Dresses, Aprons,
Corset Govers, Pillow Shams. Infants' Robes & Slips, &c„
We arc offering the entire Lot at 30 PER CENT. BELOW the
usual Prices.
g^** These Goods are marked in plain figures and are GENUINE BARGAINS.
WALKER & SHADWELL,
COLUMBIA STREET,
(JmySti* Kew Westminster, It. ft
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
GRANT & MACLURE,
WHOLESALE it RETAIL DEALERS IN
BOOTS & SHOES
COLUMBIA    8TREET,
_fcTe*w   "''^restm.i-ristex,    Bi   O.
 ilwjo22to 	
TO   CANNERY-MEN.
"PATENT CAN-KILLING PROTECT-
i torn unn bo obtained from my agents,
IT. 8. HCOULLAH A CO, Any liornoii or
porBoiia found tiling them wit liout tho
patent stump will he proHcoutcd. • •
djottml THOS. LEVI.
Wzn. A. Dashwood-Jonos
FRESH CALIFORNIA AND LOCAL
Fmits & Vegetables
AT.WAYf* ON HAND.
QOODS DELIVERED FREE.
rlJuSltr:
Sale of Work.
THE  LADIES  AID   SOCIETY  WILL
hold a Snlc of Work In tbo Ilunenicnt
of the BitptiHt Church,on
Tuesday Evening, June Mllli.
STRAWBERRIES and CREAM, with
othor rofri'shmontH, will alio be provided.
Ad in I no Ion free 1 nil nro oordlally Invited. .    . dje'tftH
Fire Insurance!
THE UNDERSIGNED   HAVE BEEN
iippoi|U(.il Hgontii for tho
ROYAL INSURANCE CO.
And nro now prepared to take rl«k» at
best ratcfi.
HAJORArEAKSON,
Iiinurance and Re»l Untnte AgenU,
McKouxlo St., WMlmln«t«r.     djelflml
Civic Opficehs.—Muyor^Robert Dlck-
ianoii; City Clerk, Capt. Robinson; Police Magistrate, T. C, Atkinson; Chief
EiiKlncor Flro Department, \V. Corbett;
AaalBtiint, ir.Itend.
Court Oki'htai.s.—.Tiul«o of the Supremo Court, Hon. J. F. MuCrolKhl; Itetfla-
trai, W. II. Falding; Shefl/r, \V. .1. Armstrong.
1'noviNCiAi, Opj-tckim. — Govornment
Agent. Ohas. "Warwick; Registrar of Tltlea,
It. W. Armatrong: Bupt. of Provincial
Asylum, Dr. It. I, Ucntluy: Bursar of Asylum, Jus. Phillipn; Governor of Central
Prison, Wm, Mnresh.v; Steward Royal Columbian Ho-Mpital, Clins. PilKhy; Iinml*
griillmi Agent, Jno. HnrnttrCoroner, W.
J). Ferris.
Dom i Kins OmcrAi.s.—Post muster, J.C.
Brown; Collector of Customs,,]. s. Clute;
Warden of Ponilonliary, A. H. McBrlde;
Dominion Land Asciit., II, B. W. Aikman;
Crown Timber Agent, T. H. Higginson;
Inspector of Flsliorles, Thos. Mowat*.
Representatives,—Sohnior, Dr. T. R.
Mclnnes; House of Commons, Donald
Chisholm; Provincial Legislature, Capt.
W. N. Hole, Q, C.
WER10H8!SB POST OFFICE BU
MAILS CLOSE  AND AUU1VE.
CLOSB
For Cnn, Pae. Ky.—Dally (except Sunday
and Mondny), at 12.45, and on Saturday
(for (Hspiiloh Sunday) at 2*2.
For Victoria, V. I.t and Western V. S. Offl-
** cos—Monday, 1^-15; Tuesday, 8.15; Wednesday, 6.30; Thursday, 8,15; Friday,
6.ao; Saturday, 8.15,
For Vancouver, Moodyvlllo aud Burrard
Inlet—Dally (except Sunday) at 8.15.
For Port Moody—Daily (except Sunday)
at 8.
For Ladner's Landing and Lulu Island-
Monday, 12.45; Wednesday and Friday
0.30.
For Clover Valley, nail's Prairie, Surrey
Coutro and Langley Prairie—Saturday,
For North Arm and Sea Island—Thursday, 13.80,
For-Elgin nnd M..1 Bay-Saturday, 12.45.
IW Plumper's Puss—Monday, li-15.
For Nannlmo {direct mall)—Tuesday, lfl.
From Can. Pac, Ry.—DRlly (except Saturday) at U
From Victoria—Sunday. Tuesday and
Thursday 10; Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday, 11,30,
From Vancouver, Moodyvlllo and Burrard Inlet—Dally (except Sunday) nt 16.
From Port Moody—Dally {oxceptSunday)
at 17.
From Ladnor'n Landing and Luln Island
—Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, 10.
From Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie and
Langley Prairie—Friday, 10.
From North Arm and Sea Island—Thursday, 12.
From Elgin and Stud Bay—Saturday, 11.
From Plumper's Pass—Sunday, 16.
From Nanalmo (direct mall)-Saturday,
' * POST OFFICE HOURS:
Money Order Hours—D to 17 daily; and
General Delivery from 0 to 19 (7 p.m.),
Tuesdays, Thursdays aud Saturdays; 9 to
18, Mondays, Wednesdays aud Fridays—
except when malls are being made up or
sorted.
IWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity,strength and wbolesomoness. More
economical than tho ordinary kinds, and
cannot bo sold In competition with the
multitude of low test, short- weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans.
ROYAI. BAKING PoWDElt Co., 106 Wall SU,
New York. Sfely
Tug for Sale!
TUG BOAT711 FEET; COMPOUND MA-
f-hinary, by Eastern makers.
Apply to
MKSSR8, IJEW1CKE A WULFFSOHN,
djoflto Vancouvor, B. C.
FORJSALE.
.TWAT VEBY DESIRABLE REM-
A de nee Property owned by Mrs, Emmn
Gold,situate at tho corner of Royal Avenue and St. Patrick's St., with two IlmiNcs
thereon.
Also, ONE AORKOK LAND situate between Royal and Queens A vomica.
Terms cash. HAND BROS.
djol-llo
Land for Sale,
BEING CORNER LOT It), BLOCK 4 N,
Hamm ii VV.. Lulu Island—containing
UIO acres of Prime FARMING LAND, situate ou n uii'iil road, and about P/A mites
from tbe Norm arm nf Fraser River, B. C.
Vvlev* .'.\o\wv.\vwx part cosh and balance ou time will) iutorestat 8 per cent.
Apply to
J. K. TODD A SON,
dwuih2Jm2 Victoria, B. C,
Hotel fo Lease!
rilllK Nl:\V THIIEK-STOllY.OIUOK
"QUEEN'S" HOTEL,
Cornor of Clomcut A Columbia Sts.
Apply lo
VV.  A.   DUNCAN,
dwfo24to Now Wostminster, B, C
Cheap Fruit
T)ART1
.L lies
the tindt
ARTIES    WANTING    STRAWBER-
forbotlllngean hnve tbem from
 -..crslgnod at 20 cts. per pound by
coming to the garden and bringing -PfW-H
to hold them.   Weeannni deliver thorn at
less than Spiels.
dJeJUs      THOMAS CUNNINGHAM.
gailB British Columbian
Batnrday Kvemlmf, -Jane t. 1H8.
BY TELEGRAPH.
loroiiiilliiii or Vcrmu Imptror  ud
Empreu IMcueed r.r Ihl. A-tlum
Stanlrjr HM I. hare lurned ap
at kliartoutu.
A Bnlil riirlliiilliirj (on»iilr»rj..Ufuul,
ll. H. Hatkbol Slioi lu a Dcptrada.
lllalnu*. humiliation Pi-trdldcd.1
THIS MORXIXG'8 BKSP.ITCHE*.
WIIHOIIT FOUHDiTIOK.
P*itis, June 23.—The ramtt "ciftW
death uf De Loueps is without foundation. He ia enjoying perfect health.
TEE CORONiTIOX.
Behli**, June 23.-Tho A'afiomi!
Zeitung luu ininounced that the roro-
iiatiuii uf the etnpei-nr and empress,
king and queen i f Prussia, will lake1
place at Eiiinsburg in the autumn.
PKOBiBW STASI.EV.
Londo.n, June 23.— A Suakim despatch to-day from Khartoum reportr
tho arrival' there of aome white persona
with numerous followers. It ia believed this is Stanley's expedition.
SHOT  BT A DESPEBABO.
Lake Mioaktic, Quebec, June 23.
—LuoiusF. Warren, United States
deputy marshal, waa shot dead by a
desperado named Donald Morrison,
whom he was trying tu arrest on the
charge of poisoning. Morrison is still
at liberty and threatens to do more
harm. Uo swears he will not be taken
olive.
OASOLIHX AGAIN.
Santa Ana, Oal„ June 23.—W. H.
Shaw endeavored to light a gasoline
stovo laat night. The stove exploded,
the house and contents were destroyed,
and Shaw's mother wai fatally burned.
THE  CONVENTION OUTLOOK.
Cbicauo, June 23.—The Sherman
men came to the determination this
morning that if he cannot be nominated in the first few ballots to-day to
throw every vote they oan control to
Allison, whom Sherman favors.' According to all indications at an early
hour this morning Harriaon stands the
beat show, but if he fails to get the
support of Pennsylvania and New
York he will go to the wall. Alger,
Gresham and the others may be counted out of the contest. It lies between
Sherman, Harrison and Allison, with
the Blaine tidal wave in the rear. The
Blaine managers are plessed thia morning at the manner in which things have
run, and they are sure of a successful
termination of their efforts.
THE FOITKTH BALLOT.
Chicaoo, June 23.—When the
eighth session of the republican national convention was called to order at
10:09 thia morning, it »>i»_p^m_to_be:
aeon that the oxoitementTrthe" past
four days has told upon many, and a
determination was noticeable to make
to-day the last of the gathering. A
few minutes after the opening Depew,
who announced his withdrawal last
niah't, entered the hall and was greeted
with a burst of applause. Senator
Warner Miller presided, and after
prayer called for the roll uf states for
the fourth ballot for presidential nominee). Following is the result; Alger,
135; Gresham, 98; Harrison, 217;
Sherman, 246; Allison, 88; Lincoln, 1;
Blaine, 42; McKinley, 11; Foraker, 1;
Douglas, 1. McKinley, while the ballot was in progress, announced his
withdrawal.
TWO INDIANS KILLED.
San Franoisco, June 23.—Advices
from Sitka, Alaska, thia morning,
state that on the 6th inst. the Indiana
at Ohilohat had a row about some packing that wai to be done, and two Indians were killed, one shut and another
atabbed.
THE FIFTH BALLOT.
Chicaoo, June 23.—As everyone ea-
freeled tho first ballot of tliis morning
eft all the forces almost as strongly
collected as before. It became the
opinion of many that neither Sherman
nor Harrison would gain any atnngth
nn the next ballot, and that when the
aixth w«s taken there would be a
largor falling off. The fifth ballot resulted as follows: Alger, 143; Sherman, 224; Allison, 99; McKinley, 14;
Gresham, 87; Harrison, 213; Blaine,
40.   Adjourned until 4 p. tn.
THE BLAINE MOVEMENT.
Chicaoo, June 23.—The adjournment
of the convention thia morning after
having taken only two ballots, was
another victory for the antl-Harrisou
forces, and in accordance, witii the Blaine
programme, and waa also a repetition of
the session of last night, when Harrison's
nomination appeared evident. The' Tribune says that anti-Harrison men are determined to prevent hia nomination, and
will undoubtedly be successful. Tho
Xcwi says that it still points toward
Blaine. The Herald is also of the rrriine
opinion.
rESITESWABY  COXSl'UIACl*.
Walla Walla, W. T. Jane 23.—A
conspiracy among the prisoners in the
penitentiary was discovered yesterday
afternoon. Forty of them wore employed
in making brick outside ofthe *hockude,
1H*ah incfoaure guarded by four armed
-guards. The brickyard overseer found a
Urge bottle bf nitric acid'in the brick
kiln, which was placed there by n trusty
prisoner who was allowed his liberty and
passed as a citizen. The scheme was to
poison the guards who are stationed outside the inclosure. The prisoners and
guards drink water occasionally, and
the intention was to give the guard, a
drink ot nitric acid instead of water,
then seize the guns, and go to prison and
liberate 120 other prisoners and make a
grand break for liberty. If the scheme
had proved successful the whole county
would have been at the mercy of the convicts.
ADJOURNED UNTIL MOXDAV.
Chicago, Juno 23.—An air of expectancy was noticed among the delegates
as they filed into the hall shortly before
four this afternoon. Immediately after
opening the convention a motion to ail-
jonrn until Monday was made; motion
prevailed by a vote of 482 to .120.
Paine-Peterson Race
THIS  AKTKKXOOVS DKSPAICIIK8.
buinr's nomination predicted.
Chicago, Juno 23.—As soon as tlio
convention adjourned the Bliine men
decided that they would make tlie
great effort nf their lives on the first
ballet to be taken after the ootireiitintt
assembled at 4 p. m. They said tlmt
Sherman had had hia chance and hit
boom had shrunk up beyond reeng-
nition. Harrison had had his chance
on the fourth ballot and had then gono
back to the rear. Depew had withdrawn; McKinley, of Ohio, had with
drawn; Rusk had gone out of s'ght;
Allison could not increase his strong- h,
aud nil that could bo done wns to nominate Blaine. Shortly after 1 o'clock
a conference wus held between some
of the New York delgation, Pennsylvania delegation and California delegation. The object of the conference
wm to get to nn agreement to make
Bluiue boom on tho tint ballot after the
convention enme to ordor, and that the
nomination might bo put through with*
out a hitch.
Whilo tho delegates were leaving
this morning's cession Depew, in the
presonee of a number of people, predicted thst at 4 o'clock Blaine would
bo nominated by acclamation and by
geueral consent. Friends ot nearly
evory candidate, except the supporters
of Harriaon, Depew aaid, had already
givon their consent
Children Oyfor PHdWr'sCwtDrh
Petersen Plays wllh his Antaioniat and
Wns Easily.
Speolal to the Columbian.
Shawnioan Lake, Jnne 23—4.10 p.m.
A train of six ears has just arrived packed
full of passengers. Weather beautiful;
light breeze coming from opposite side of
lake. The betting slightly favors Paine.
Lots of Paine monoy around, but not
readily taken. Probably lots of Peterson money came out on the train. It is
reported that in some cases odds have
been given on Paiae, one Son Francisco
gentleman, representing the sporting fraternity of that city, is said to have got
np several thousand dollars on Peterson
this morning. Altogether probably ten
thousand have been put up at even money. Both men are in their rooms lying
down, There is a band playing in the
dancing pavilion trying to keep the crowd
amused. Harry Ball is spurting around
the lake, and everybody guying him off.
4.50 p.m.— Mr. Muirheaif, Peterson's
backer, says race will come at o o'clock.
Neither men are in sight yet. Lots of
Paine money but co takers. Those wiio
feel inclined to back Peterson are now
asking odds and don't take beta readily.
"Fifty on Paine," "Hundred on Paine,"
etc.; are heard very frequently but they
bring no response. A Paine tide lir ■. set
in and he is a hot favorite'. It is expected by the time the racji starts oMs will
be readily offered on the Victoria boy.
5.10 p.m.—Both mon are setting their
shells in the water. The judges aud starters' boat is pulling for tho starting point.
Mr. U. E. Kcdfcrn, of Victoria, is tho
starter. Peterson has just left the hotel
and is getting into his boat. Ilts colors
are blue and white shirt, blue breeches,
scarlet cap and stockings. He is pulling
across the lake now. Paine's new boat
is just launched by Harry Ball, Paine's
trainer,   Paine has not shown up yet.
5:15 p. m.—Paine has just taken his
boat amid great applause from tlie
crowd; he is pulling for the starting
point, where Peterson already is.
5:19—Start hu just been made.
Peterson took the water first and immediately forged half a length ahead. At
about half a mile Peterson seems to
have increased his lead considerably.
Both men are rowing easy strokes,
apparently harboring their strength for
the most decisive part of the race.
Paine's colors are white Jersey, dark
blue breeches, light blue cap,
5:25 p. m.—Both men are pretty
well up the luke. Peterson has a long
lead and the race favors him greatly
now.
5.35.—Both men are pulling away for
home. Peterson looks to be a long distance ahead, probably a dozen lengths,
ami is just sculling along at his ease.
Peterson is seemingly playing with Paine.
They aro both opposite tlie hotel now.
Peterson is 200 or 300 yards ahead. Hu
is almost resting on his oars waiting for
Paine to close up the long gap, which
divides them. Great disgust is manifest
on the faces of Paine's friends. Peterson passed the winning stakoat 5,40$,
several lengths iu advance of Paine.
A German wicroseopist, Dr. Wi-
esner, has found thnt linen rags have
Wen used in paper making sinco as
early as the eighth century. It 1ms
beon supposed that manufactured
materials were little employed for
paper until the fourteenth century.
Children Ciyfiir Pitcher'sCastoria
BAPTIST   rill'HC1I,   Agnes Htreet,
Unsi of   Mary Htroel.    LorJ'tt Dny
Servloos at Ha. iu. ami 7 n. tn. Sabbath
Hi-lKHi! anilBible Class at 2:30 p. tn.   All
seats tree; stran-jerKconllally welcomed.
§T. PAUL'S -UMITKCH. John street.
i Opposite Orange Hall. Rev. Thomas
addon, Pastor. Hervlces every Snnday
at 11 a. m, and 7 p. in. Thursday evenings
at 7:30 o'olock. Heats free; all nr* conllally Invited. Bunday School at 2.30 p, in.
-ITBTHomST CHURCH, Oddfellows'
MNewHall. nov. J.H.White,Pastor.
Services nt U a. m. and 7 p. ro, Sunday
School and Bible dims 2:80 j>. m. Prayer
Meoting on Thursdays nt 7.30p.m. SentH
free; strangers oordlally invited.
I     ItMON l.OPUR Me, V, A. F.
•mfSkp * A> M.— The regular Oom-
/*__\K mnnlcntionn of tbls Lodge are
fw\ held on tho flrst Monday tn each
month. Sojourning brethren are cordially Invited to-attend
•V   *;t, PETEtt GRANT,
Mfcto Seoretary.
THE CRICKET MATCH.
Vaaoiuver wm. Ike fint lail_«a»Tlaal
tailed at • p. n. wMle WeilMlutef
waa at seeond IhIib«.» WeatMla*
aler Due. Home Splendid
Flaring,
Spirirlul to Columbian.'
The Weatmiuitor olevon loft Weatminater thia morning at 8:30 o'clook by
singe, arriving in Vancouver nliortly
aftor 10 o'clook. By 11 o'olock a large
crowd had gathered on the recreation
grounds, and the match wu largely
patronized by ladiea and gentlemen
throughout ita whole duration. Ihe
day could not bave been more favorable for theijame. -'AflBirfllm of
clouds covered the sky, keeping baok
tho hot rays of the aun, and a fine
breeze waa blowing the whole day.
Stumps were pitched shortly after 12
o'clock, and, Westminster winning tho
toes, went to bat first. The bowling in
this iuniug waa too strong fur Westminster, and, strange to say, every man
was bowled. Prenter and Clinton
bowled liko fiends, and wicket after
wicket fell before their magnificent attacks. The only stands made wero by
Miles, 17, and Lewis, 15, both, of
whom played a bold, though cautious
game, batting nicely and making every
run poasiblo. Woods came next with
a scoro of three. Vancouver fielded
well and kept down the score as muoh
in this way as by bowling. When the
innings closed Westminster had only
scored 43 runs. Vancouver then took
to the wicket and Clinton was bowled
nftcr three runs; Green went under for
seven runs, while Freeman stood it out
for 18. Westminster fielded very well
indeed, but a few balls muffed gave
their opponent* several unearned mns:
WESTMlSSiaB-FIllST   INHIHGS.
QllTord, b Clinton   0 .
Walker, b Clinton  2
Miles, b Green H WHW.... 17
Knymonii, bCllnlon   1
Lewis, b Green »,... 15
ArmHlrong. b Prenter.  0
irockrltl. b Prenter „,. 1
Wooda, b Prenter, : „   8
Chappell, b Prenter -  2
Fletcher, h Green „  0
41
. 3
Gilford's wicket keeping was particularly good. In the first part of the
inning he was struck by a ball on the
nose, which cut the skin badly and
fractured the bone, but in spite of the
pain and tlie consequent swelling, he
stuck heroically lo the wicketa and did
splendid work. Woods, Wilson, Raymond and Fletcher fielded beautifully.
Dockrill made two brilliant catches in
succession, putting out Beck and
Leonard. The innings closed with a
score of 85 for Vancouver.
VANCOUVER-FIBST IHNIKGS.
Clinton, b Chappell.
Green, run ont  1
Fie.num. c Iloekrlll, b Chappell IS
necs, b Donkrlll  ii
Leonard, ti Chappell _ _-,u«ii«.  I
Nelson, c llnrikrlll    S
Elwraid, c Dockrlll  H
Wllklnaon, o Lewis, b Dockrlll _. 11
Trigg, c Lewis, b Dockrlll   4
1'ientor, c Lewis 14
Schofleltl, not out „   |
*
Exlras  s
On tho 2nd innings Gilford and Wilson wont in first and played every run
possible. The number of extras secured was unusually large, the result
of sharp running on their part snd
poor fielding on the part of Vancouver.
Gilford made some capital hits and in
every instance was ably supported by
Wilson. Gilford was finally bowled by
Beck after running up a score of 11.
At thia time the innings stood 25 for
one wicket. Walker then went in but
was run out after making 3 runs.
Miles was the next to take to the
wickets, and the score began to run
up again i Wilson, after s splendid
stand, in which he played better than
ever before, was bowled with a score of
8 to his credit. Raymond was next on
the wickets, and fully sustained hit reputation.
Raymond and Milea both played
magnificently at thia stage of the game,
and Raymond made the play of the day,
with 5 runs for one over. Vancouver's
bowlora got rattled at the continuous
ruu of good play and found it necessary
to chango bowls almost overy over.
Leather hunting wae the order of the
day with Vancouver, after Lewis went
in. Westminster soems impegnable
at this writing. Tho score stands 105
for 4 wickets.
When time was called at C p.m.
Westminster had put together 75 runs
for 7 wickets, 2nd innings. Thia leaves
Vancouver tho victors on the first innings.    	
Elegant cornor Lot on Agnes street
fnr stile tit a low figure. Apply to Rand
Bros. djo20-to
MVERNMENTi
VICTORIA B J.
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Of the Best Makers in the World.
THE WORLD-RENOWNED ORGANS
anil PIANOH ot <••••• k ■esnlln
have arrived. The great. 8TF.CK PIANO,
with potent sustaining pedal. The matchless DECKER * SONS* PIANOS.    The
well-known DOMINION PIANOS and
ORGANS. Have also In stock RONISCR
and CHRISTIE MANOR Pianos and
Organs sold on monthly payments. Pianos tor rant and rent applied If purchased.
,     11. Peters' Music Store.
dwJetBlo VICTORIA, B.O. gailfi fritislt (Columbian
Salnrday Evening. Jnne
Tlio Vancouver News of this
morning says: "The board of license
commissioner* nt their meeting on
Wednesdey instructed the license
inspector to notify the police to
strictly enforce the Sunday closing
clause of the license by law. This
clause provides that all burs must
be absolutely closed from 11 o'clook
on Saturday night until 6 o'clook on
the following Monday morning, lt
will probably save the saloon-keepers
both trouble and expense if they observe strictly the provisions of the
by-law." This is one way of putting
it, and Vancouver would appear to
have the stick by the right end. It
is net always so, however. Our city
readers will not need to be reminded
more particulary as to what municipal board it was that n few months
ago decided not to attempt to enforce Sunday closing provisions, on
the ground that by so refraining
they would sane tlie city both trouble
and expense! Verily, the "salt
water terminus" is not behind us in
some things.
There is nothing small about our
American cousins in the matter of
river and harbor appropriations.
The appropriation bill now before
congress, and which will probably
be passed and signed, with slight
modifications, provides for an aggregate expenditure on rivers and
harbors in the United States, for the
ensuing year, of $10,432,738. The
following figures appear in the estimates among other Pacifio coast ap-
priationsr. Upper Columbia, $10,-
000; gauging water of the Columbia,
$2,500; mouth of the Columbia,
$350,000; lower Willamette, $80,-
000; upper "Willamette, $150,000.
The appropriation for the Mississippi river from Minnesota to tho gulf
foots up to the large figure of 83,-
385,000. We aro too loyal to suggest auch a thing, but we oannot
help thinking that if the forty-ninth
parallel were moved north, metaphorically speaking, a few degrees,
the Fraser river mouth would receive more generous appropriations.
For the last two years $20,000 is all
that our paternal federal government has been able or willing to devote to this important object.
"Hotterthan election" conveys
an idea of considerably over 90° in
the shade, but nothing daunted by
the torrid prospect, the Manitobans
are bravely plunging into the seething caldron of a general election in
the sweltering month of July. The
writs make the date of nomination
July 4, polling to take place on July
11. Issues old and new will be revived and contrived, stump oratory
burnished up, and political champions and hacks will rehearse for the
grent provincial hippodrome, Speaking of "stump oratory," British Columbia has a great advantage over
her prairie sister in that respect, in
that stumps innumerable may be
had for the climbing, while in poor
treeless Manitoba the enthusiasm of
the ardent political spouter is liable
to be subjected to the severe trial of
"shinning it" up a telegraph pole in
order to overlook his audience, or
else carrying his own "stump."
Could not some of our enterprising
lumber kings ship a lot of campaign
stumps to the destitute prairie province! Manitoba is not a good field,
either, for the fence-straddling politician, as the barbed-wire article of
the prairies is rather lacerating to a
fellow's feelings when compared with
the friendly zig-zag rail affuir of this
favored province.
The report of Mr. Collingwood
Schreiber, chief engineer and general manager of railways in the Dominion, is to hand. Those with a
weakness for statistics can literally
revel in this delightful work. We
quote from the prologue: "The
year under consideration (188C-87)
has been marked by much enterprise and activity in construction,
snd by s prosperity quite without
example to the lines in operation.
Thirteen new lines appear in the
tables submitted herewith. Others,
under construction last year, are
now wholly or partially in operation.
Several of the older lines have added
to their mileage under traffic. Iron
rails sre fast disappearing. The
equipment of the railways has received notable additions and improvements. The increase of the
traffic hss been such as no former
year osn show, amounting to nearly
$5,500,000." Not to burden our
readers with statistics, we take a
few figures from the summary of the
tables in the report: Miles of railway completed (track laid), 12,332;
capital paid (including government
bonuses, loans, snd subscriptions lo
shares, snd municipal aid), $683,-
773,191; miles in operation, 11,691;
earnings, 138,841,609; working expenses, $27,624,683; net earnings,
$11,210,926; psssengelt carried, 10,-
698,838; tons of freight csrried 16,
356,335; miles ran by trains during
the year, 33,638,748; jmssengers
killed, 10; passengers injured, 49.
Commenting on the report, Mr.
Sohreiber says: "Although the
casualties during the year were
numerous, I observe that only 10
passengers wen  killed,  and  that
Childnn Gyfer Pit&£******
they all met their death from their
own fault, either by falling, from
cars, by jumping from trains in motion, or by trespassing on the track.
Of tiro remaining 16S persons killed,
09 wore trespassers on tho track.
In fact, of thb wliolo 178 deaths,
128 were duOto carelessness or disregard of regulations on tlie part of
the victims themselves, leaving nnly
52 fatal accidents from causes over
which they had no control." An
abstract shows that of those killed,
22 (including passengers, employes,
and others) met their death by falling from cars or engines, 20 by getting on or off trains in motion, and
86 by walking or being on tracks,
leaving by far the smaller number
as victims of railway accidents properly so called. While 178 fatalities is not high for all the railways
of the Dominion for n year, still it
is manifest that greater individual
caution and common sense is called
for.      	
Early closing is becoming the subject of legislative action both in
Manitoba and eastern Canada. At
the last session of the Ontario legislature un aot designed to further
that end was passed, and the Manitoba legislature at its last meeting
followed suit by passing an act
modeled on the Ontario measure.
The main feature of both is local
option, requiring for the adoption of
the act in any locality a petition
signed by two-thirds of the merchants affo.ted, and for its enforcement, local municipal bylaws. Under the act, stores would uot be
closed until 7 o'clock in the evening,
and on Saturdays and days bofore
holidays several hours later, which
should give laborers and mechanics,
who stop work at G o'clock, time
enough to do necessary purchasing. In fact it would seem, from
the experience of many clerks, that
most of the evening shopping is done
by ladies of tlie middle and higher
classes, who have ample time to attend to it during the day. It has
long been deemed an injustice that
clerks in stores should have to work
so much longer hours than other
people; und as early closing by mutual agreement has been repeatedly
proved a failure, through the ob
stinacy generally of small dealers,
legislation was resorted to to secure
justice to clerks and shop assistants,
and, by compelling uniformity in
the practice, prevent a hardship
being done anyone. Notwithstanding the beneficent nature of the act
it was repealed in Toronto, after it
had been brought into force, but before it had been put into working
order, and consequently before an
opportunity had been afforded of
testing its general practicability.
This wus owing to the opposition of
the smaller merchants, many of
whom worked hard against the
measure. The larger dealers, on
the other hand, were generally favorable to the act. The opposition
from the smaller dealers is, of courso,
quite natural, us they do their own
work principally and very often live
over their own stores, so that early
closing is no object to them, but
rather a disadvantage. The greatest
good to the largest number, however,
should prevail in this as iu other
matters. An effort made recently
to adopt the provisions of the Manitoba act iu the city of Winnipeg
has just fallen through, owing to
technical legal difficulties. The idea
was favorably received in Winnipeg
generally, the only opposition coming
from a few small dealers, mostly of
the Jewish persuasion, and when
the technical difficulty is removed,
which cannot be done until the house
meets in July, after the general elections in Manitoba, early closing will
in all probability be adopted by the
merchants of Winnipeg, and the
prairie city will be setting an example that in the interest of humanity and common sense should be
universally followed.
Dysjietlsia and Indigestion is occasioned
by tho want of action in the biliary ducu,
loss of vitality in tlio stomach to secrete
thegnstrlc juices, without which digestion
cannot ro on; also, being the principal
cause of Headache. Parmolee's Vegetable
Pills taken before going to bed, for a
while, nover fail to give relief and clltret
a cure. Mr.F.W. Aslnlown, Ashdown,
Ont., writes: "Parmelee's Pills are taking the lead against ten other makes
which I have in stook,"
"It Saved My Life"
Is a common expression, often heard
tram those who have realized, by personal use, the curativo powers of Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. " I cannotsay enough
In praise of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, believing as I do that, but ior its use, I
should long slnco have died from lung
troubles. —E. liragdon, Palestine, Tex.
About six months ago I bad a severe
Hemorrhage of tho Lungs, brought on
by a distressing Cough, which deprived
me of sleep and rest. I had used various cough balsams and expectorants,
without obtaining relief. A friend advised me to try
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
I did so, and am hnpny to say that it
helped me at once. By continued use
this medicino oured my cough, and, I
am satisfied, saved iny lifo.—Mrs. B.
Cobuin, 18 Second st., Lowell, Mass.
I have used Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral
for over a year, and Hlnccrely bellove I
should have been in my grave, had It
not been for this medicine. It has cured
me of a dangerous affection of the lungs,
for which I had almost despaired of oyer
finding a remedy.—D. A. McMullen,
Windsor, Provinco of Ontario.
Ayer's Chorry Pectoral saved my life.
Twoyears ago I took a very severe Cold
which settled on my lungs. I consulted
physicians, snd took tho remedies they
prescribed, but failed to obtain relief
until I began using Ayor's Cherry Pectoral. Two bottles of this medicine
completely restored my health. —lassie
M.Allen, West Lancaster, Ohio.     tt
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Iel_.srdlbruj8i.t-.. 1'rl.. »i; .ixtoiil«.,»fi.
FOR^ALE.
HOUSE AND LOT. PRIOE ONLY »650.
Also.RESIr'KNCE LOTforSlCJ.and
ono suitable for business only $275. Apply
Immediately lo J. B. CHF.RR"i,
ilje21ml MookensleSt.
EMPLOYMENT^ WANTED.
A PRACTICAL ENGLISH GARDENER
desires to obtain employment In arranging gardens, hotbeds, flower beds,
lawns and othor worfc or that nature. Has
a thorough knowledge of hin business
and guarantee*! satisfaction. Excellont
references If required. __ _, ....
AddrcHS " W. F.," this office.   dmhBlto
TAKE NOTICE
THAT 60 DAYS AFTER DATE I WILL
applyto the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for leave to purchase
the following named lots of land In Township 4, Group 2, New Westminster District, viz.: tho unsurveyed fractional remainder of the Northwest and South-
west. -i-scctions of Hec. 38[ of the Southeast %-tee, of Sec. Wh, and of the Northeast
^■section of Sec. 28—containing Ave nun-
drod ncres, more or less.  ^
PETER ORFORD.
New Westminster. April 80,1888.    djointd
MOESB'S
Celebrated Soap!
WE HAVE ARKANGED FOR THE
Agency for this oity for the Morse
Soap Works, Toronto, nnd hnve now received a large consignment of DOMESTIC,
LAUNDRY and TOILKT SOAPS, which
wo can oilier nt prices to defy competition.
Special rates [or large consumers.
W.&C. WOLFENDEN,
dwjelOwi     Corner-Columbia* MarySU.
EDUCATION BRANCH,
Provincial Seorbpary's Department.
Victoria, Jnne 4th, 1888.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Vi the Annual Examination of <J n*H-
dntos for Certificates of Qualification to
teach in the Public Schools of the Province will beheld In the Legislative Hall,
Victoria, commencing on SATURDAY,
July Mit at IU a.m.
Intending candidates ure required to
notify this Department and furnish testimonials prior Hi June 27th.
H, ]). POPE,
Superintendent of Education.
 dJeOld	
Harrison Hot Springs, B,C,
HKAIIB AM) PIiEASItBK RRB0BT.
BTEAM, SAIL 4 ROW BOATS ON HAND
MwlmniUa. Vapnr and l*rlvale Balhn*
With Experienced Attentliinln.
LADIES  DEPARTMENT  SEPARATE.
Term., nn.no lo $n.«o per D»v.
Only Ti miles from AjjuhhI/, Station, C. P.
R. Hctlncet! R. R, and SUrritntionl. rules.
Kxenrxlon rale. kiiiiiI for SO ilay.i from
Westminster to Agimslz Station anil return. ,t. Saturday excursion rote, trood
until followlni Monday, *"J». Ciimlorl-
able stolen meet all Train.. Tlcketacan
be obtained at R.ir-.OOw.    *H*t*lfcw
Dry
jaibTwisb's
OLD STAND,
Opp the C. P. N. Co.'s Wharf,
For a General Assortment of
Goods,
OLOTHESTG-,
Millinery,
Ladies' & Children'* Apparel,
Groceries, Crockery, Cordage, tke.
Butter Kegs, Barrels,
Hay, drain, Feed, Ac
FARM "PRODUCE
BOUGHT OR SOLD ON COMMISSION.
*T.
FaoBT Street,   -   Nnw WniTMlKirran.
ilmy22ml
FIRE INSURANCE CO'Y,
CAPITAL,
$0,200,4
POLICIES EEFEUTBH AND ALL
cluiniB paid without reference to any
other offico, by the General Agentn In
Victoria. 	
Agents is New WEaxMrssTER:
MESSRS. W.J. WALKER & COY
8, DANK UUILDINGS.
dwmylStc
FOR
T HAVE RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS
i from Mr. JOHN HAUGMAN, who is
retiring from the busimwR, to sell hy private salts HOSE HILL DAIRY, whioh
coiikIhIh of ilia Lease ot Farm forflyeurs,
22 head of Milk Cows, which liave been
wiill selected, und u number of Heifers,
Steers nnd Calves, one yoke Wuiki.itlilt',
•I Horses nnd Delivery Oart, with u eoin-
plelo Dairy Outfit
Almt-a full complement of Agricultural
Im piemen tn, coiiMHiIng of
1 Afowlug Machine,
1 Prairie Queen Plow,
Feed Cutter (No.l).
•2 Row Boats, 1 Scow,
With a large number of Chickens, Ducks
and Geese,
Also — 85 acres Lund on Lulu Island
which is feuced und dralnod nnd In prime
condition.
For further particulars apply to the tin*
tlerslgned or on the premises,
T. J. TRAPP,
May 28,1888,-atc AUCTIONS!**,
QEALED TENDERS ADDRESSED TO
O the undersigned, and endowed "Tender for Barn, Stabling and Residences at
Experlment-nl Farm, Agassiz, British Columbia," will he received ut this office
until Monday, 10th July, 1K88, for the several works required ln the erection of
Darn, Stabling and Residences nt Experimental Farm, Agassiz, British Columbia.
Specifications and drawings can be aeen
at the Depnrttnent of Public Works, Ottawa, and nt the office of H. B. W. A Ikman,
Land Office, New Westminster, on and
after Wednesday, 20th June, nnd tenders
will not be considered unless made on
the form supplied and signed with actual
signatures of tenderers.
An accepted bank cheque, payable to
the order of tho Minister of Public Works,
equal to five per cent, of amount nf tcnitcr,
most accompany euch tender. This
oheque will be forfeited If the party decline the contract, or fall to complete the
work contracted for, and will be returned
In case of nun-acceptance of tender.
The Department docs not bind Itself to
accept the lowest or any tender,
By order.
A. GOBEIL,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, Oth June, 1888. 22Je2t
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE,
28th March, 1888.
The following telegram from His Excellency the Governor-Gcnenil to Ills Honour the Lieutenant-Governor, In reply to
a telegram from His Honour, stating that
tt was understood that parties fitting out
for Behring's Sea were arming for the
purposo of resisting selnure, Is published
for general Information.
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
TELEGRAM.
Ottawa, inth March, 18M.
TO LlRCTBKAlfTK30VEBROn
or BnrrMit Columbia.
Victoria.
Yonr Government should Issue public
notice cautioning persons golngon Sealing
expeditions to refrain from assertion of
their rights by force, and from taking on
board arms nnd ammunition In excess of
tbeir usual requirements. The whole
matter Is engaging the attention of Her
Majesty's Government and forms the subject ot diplomatic negotiations now In
progress. Any intemperate action in the
meanwhile would be most detrimental to
British Columbian interests and might
lead to sorious complications and be
followed by grave consequences to those
concerned.
[Signed],       '"*''' UMBOVXA
Jersey Milk!
HAVING  RECENTLY  IMPORTED  A
HERD OF HIOH-G-tADE
JerseyMilchCows
I AM NOW PREPARED TO DELIVER
ANYWHERE IN THIS CITY, EITHER MORNING OR EVENING,   .
RICH JERSEY MILK,
Wlileh X Gnamntoo to bo as Pun) a* It
Comes from tlio Cows.
atr All orrlprs Wt nt tlio Stores of
Massm. WOLFENDEN, H. M. CUNN INGHAM A CO. nnd A1IMTIN will receive
prompt attention.
dminote THOMU OUHtHNGHAM.
North British and
Mercantile
INSURANCE
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED   1809.
Authorised Capital,  •   is.ooo.ooo
Siibncilbctl      "        •     8,500,000
Paid up, •       1115,000
Vlre Fund & Kt-ncrvei, as
at Hint IJec, 18H7. 1.188,119
Life * Annuity Funds,       UJ5,0U
Kevenue Fire Branch,       1,210,314
<•      Mfe * Annuity Br«. 8JJ,000
gif Rates as Low as any other
reliableCompanydoing business in British Columbia.
J. fi. JAQUES,
Agent (or New Westminster City and
District. dje22tc
TEACHERJANTED.
A DULY QUALIFIED TEACHER 13
J\ required for the Now WeHtmlnster
High Hehool. Halary, $100 per month.
Duties to commonc- first Monday In
August. Applications to bo sent to the
undentlencd not later than noon of tho
151 li July iii-xt.
T. J. TRAPP,
Secretary to Hehool Board.
N.W., June 11,1888. djel2td
VANCOUVER OITY
FoundryiMachineWorks
mHE PROPRIETORS OF THESE
X works bave much pleasure la notify-
Inn their friends and the publle that they
are now prepared to receive and promptly
execute any ordors for work In tlielr line
wllh which they may be favored.
A.McKELVIE,
Mechanical Manager,
Vancouver, B.C., Sth May, 1888.
dwmy!2to
MACHINERY
O AVING LATELY INCREASED OUR
11 connection In the East and elsewhere very norisldmbly, we are In a position to give prlees on ooy class of Machinery that may be required, Including:
Marine and Stationary Engines and Boilers, Planers, Matchers and Moulders,
Bute Planers. Wood Lathes, Band
Sawn, Blind Machinery, Gauge
Lathes, Shaping Maohines,
Shingle Machine*. Lath
Maohines ft Bolters,
Two, Throe and Four Bloek Circular Saw
Mills, Bund Saw Mills, Portable Engines and Boilers and  Hoisting
Engines.  Also, John Bertram
A hons'  and The London
Tool Co.'s Iron Working
Machinery,
Brick Machines and Crushers of either
the Martin or Baird make.
NOTICE.
Ro J. VV. THOMPSON, late of Chilliwhack, B. C.
A LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO J. W.
J\ Thompson, late of Chllllwlinck, nre
Hereby warned against paying the amounts due, to anyperHon other than the
undersigned, who is alone authorized to
receive th»in. All parties Interested are
also warned against paying or negotiating any promissory noton or bills of exchange made payable to tlio said J. W.
Thompson.
GEO. R. ASHWELL,
Receiver of the Estato of J W. Thompson,
By his Solicitors,-
dW|o2lill CORBOULD* McCOLL.
Mill Supplies of all descriptions. Including Circular Haws, Solid or Inserted
Teeth, Lubricating Oils, Rubber and
Leather Belting, whieh we carry In
stock.
Steam Pumps of the Blake, Davidson or
Knowles make also on hand.
M'Avlty's Patent Boiler Feeders supplied
on short notice, as well as Paints and
Oils, Axes and Edge Tools of the celebrated Broad make, 'Vlre Rope, Plumbers and Steam Fitters Supplies, Ao.
We are sole agents la this Province for
the JOHN DOTY Engine Co'y. whose
Marine work cannot be excelled, an outfits we have tarnished here will testify,
FRASER ftlEONARD,
■Im t__u News-Advertiser,
VANCOUVER, B, 0,
A. B. WINTEMUTE,
[SUCCESSOR  TO If. ICELLH]
Manufacturer and Importer ot
i
BOOTS
SHOES
LADIES', GENTS', MISSES' A CHILD-
row's Boots, Shoes and Gahers made
to order and kept on hand,
REPAIRING neatly and promptly executed.
Columbia Ml., Wlutemale'* Black,
djefltc New Westminster, B.C.
JUST ARRIVED
Per C. P. R.,
THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK or
English, French, Scotch
and Irish
SUITINGS
Kver Shown in Mew Woitmlnster.
West of England Broadcloths
and Doeskins nnd Fancy
Trousering.
J. S. MANSON,
Columbia St., 0|i*i. McKenzie St.,
NEW WESTMINSTER,B.C.
iliilHSIo
G. E. WOODS, A. 0. GAMBLE,
Uno Sunvtroi. Notary Public
LAND SURVEYORS,
Seal Eitaiei Insoraneei Fi&ucial A(renii
AND CONVEYANCERS.
A&mjsrTS fob
FIRE.—The Wentovn of Toronto, The Xt-
nn, The City of London, and The Hart-
lord.
MM*.—The New York Life Iniuranee Co.
AlCl»ror.-The Traveler.' of Hartford.
Ininl farveylHIn all lta brnnchc. accurately and pitimptly earrled out.
<lly.»il»>b«rb«»U»d.ror».lf. We
can show a complete lint of desirable localities.
Farming lands. Improved and unimproved, throughout tho district
rHteek bought A sold.
Honry la 1MB on first mortgage at low
rates. 	
TititpiioN i Oall No. S3.
P. O. Dhawkh W.
WO0BS,I»BXKU4flAllBlK,
Ofnoi, EiuiD'i iLitt,   -   CetimiK Iriiir
NBW WIRTII1NSTBR.
ilmhUle
FOR SALE.
■<mm
PENS
Anmilsi  T. N. HIBBEN & CO., Viotoria.
 dwoc3yl	
FASHIONABI_e
DRESSMAKING
At MISS JENNINGS',
(Late or England)
Corner of Church ond Columbia Street*,
NEW WEHTMINSTER.
•Vftatlflfactlon guaranteed.     dwfeTlc
House tt Lot
CORNEK BLACKWOOD AND CARNARVON   STREETS.
One of the Finest Locations In tht City.
m,  aasoo.
Jk. FAflAdE
Or THREE HUNDRED AND TWENTY ACRES.
Houn, Barn; 40 acres fenced and under
cultivation.
11000 Cub; Balance on Long Time.
Jk. FARM
OF TWO HUNDRED AND VORTT
AORES.
100 acres good Prairie; Balance easily
cleared.   Oood Barn and other Im
provements.
NOTIOE.
SITTINGS OP THE COUNTY COURT
of Cariboo will be hold!
At LUlooet, on Wednesday, 80lh May,l_S8.
At Clinton, on Wednesday, 18th June,lf*_8.
At IliO-Mlle House, on Thursday, ffllh
June, IM.
At Soda Creek, on Saturday, 30th June.
UM.
At RIcliflHd, oil Friday,6th July, 1888.
By Command.
JOH>'  ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secrolary's Office.
18th April, 1888. dapSOtd
Partdown; Balance on time.
Also—a number of WagOTM, BO(-
8Ies, Sleighs, Harneu, Cattle.
lorses, its,
CALL ON OR ADDRESS
iTOTZOB.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
Vi sixty days after dale we Intend mak-
1 ng Application to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for perm .salon to
lease for timbering purposes the following
described land, situated In New Westminster District, and described as follows:
Commencing at a post planted on the
right bank of m creek whieh empties Into
the Squamish river at Monntaln Tom's
Indian Reserve, about seven miles up the
Squamish river; thence E. 40 chain**--,
thence S. 20, thenco E. 40, Ihenee H, 40,
thence E. 40, thence H. 60, thenee E. 80,
thence N. GO, thence E. 40, thence N. 40,
thence W. 20, thence 8.20, thence W. 40,
thence N. 20. thence W.20, thence N.20,
thenee W. 20, thence N. 20, thenco W 20,
thence N. 20, thence W20, thence N.20,
thence W.20, thence N.20, tlience W. 40,
tnence 8. 20, thenre W. 20, thence H, 60,
thence W. >0, more or loss, to place of
commencement.
BRUNETTE SAW MILL CO. (Ld.)
H. L. DeBeck, Manager.
New West., May 80,1888. dmysiml
THOROUGHBRED BULL
ilMltl
HENDERSON BROS,
ITOTIOa
NOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
thirty days after date we Intend making application to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for a lease for timber*
lag purposes of the following described
lands, vie:
Commencing at tbe south-east corner of
the Hastings Saw Mill Co.'a lot on Johnstone's straits; thenco north 80 chains,
thenco cast 20 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence westerly about 20 chains le
point of commencement, containing 198
acreB, more or Ies*.
Also, the following described lands, vis.:
Commencing at a point about three-
quarters of a mile north of Mllly Island,
on the west shore, Port Neville; thenee
west 20 chains, thenoe north 20 chulns,
thence east 20 chains, thence north 40
ehains, thence east 20 chains, thence
north 20 chains, thence east about SO
ohalns to salt water, thence following the
shore ln a southerly direction to polntof
commencement —containing 160 acres,
more or less.
LEAMY 4 KYLE.
Vnncouver, May 22nd, 1838,      dm j 25ml
W. E. FALES,
PRACTICALJNDERTAKER.
Subliming a Specialty.
Dealer In Wooden and Motallc Bnr-
lalCaskets. Funeral*Conducted.
A full lihoo'f Coffin Trimmings always on
hand. Parties at n distance supplied Ht
shortest notlco. Hutlsfnction . guaranteed In every partlculur.
dwocitc Columbia-Ir. NuwWest'r.
JUST   RECEIVED!
A CARLOAD OF
Farm, Lumber,   Democrat
and Express
WAGONS
Of the Very Best Quality.
We have also on hand a lot of
Which wa will sell Cheap.
Repairing,Painting-5 Trimming
-     At- Itcaaonablc Kates.
BUcksmithlllg of every description done satlsfactorily and with prompt*
dwjeiato REID & OURRIE.
rpIIE UNDEKSIONED OPFHtK Pull
.1 sale his splendid Bull, iio\*li: HUV,
Which carried off the prl****? ui the last Provincial Exhibition, held fitClillllwliii-It
lust full. This tine animal Ih )pnt Iw.,
years old,nnd Is a monster tii-/.n for hinge. Particulars nnd pedigree furnished
on application. "Bonnl** Roy" Is often a
for sale at a bnrgnln bcrimse I have no
room for him.
E. HODOflON,
dwmy28tc Nannlmo, B. <'.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER
Machinery Depot
o-Txcxomi,
BANK OF B. C. BUILDING,
Kew Weatminitor, B. 0.
M1L1WRI0HT81 KXGIXmg.
Importer) * Dealers la Hew ft
Second-hand Machinery.
ESTIMATES OIVEN forYipplylni ud
.noting Saw Mills, Flour Mills. Planing
Mills, Woollen Mills, Quarts Mills, Ae.
Marine WHt t ln-MUIIy.
AORICDI.TUBAI, MACHINERY by
leading Canadian and Amerioan makera.
atr Remombor, we are practical mon
and can give you reliable Information.
Correspondence Holliritrnl.
F. G. STRICKLAND & CO.
dwoyHte      Nnr WnnWI'll, B. a
MAJOR k PEARSON.
Real Estate Brokers  ami
Financial Agents.
AGENTS FOB
(nnfrdrralloti Elfo Afisiielnilnhff Tor
onto.
Royal and Lancashire Fb-c ln«itrmi:-<-
t'anpanlcs.
ttr Valuable Lots for mile In llie (Viand DlHtriut of WcHtmliiKtei; ami olntlrti
Lots In the City of Vaneon v er.
Persons wishing to buy or mil e It o
rural property should communl-jiili- wli.i
us.
Offices: McKenzie Ht., Wcslmlnslt'i1,
and Hastings St., Vancouver,     d wa fill)* -
Jersey Bull,
THOS. CUNNINGHAM,
HAVING LATELY IMPORTED  A 3
year-old
Thoroughbred Jersey nun,
Has decided to stand him forthe ben til
of thoso wishing to improve* their stork.
For terms apply to
H. M. CUNNINGHAM A CO..
daplttc Columbia Htn-et.
JOHN S. COX,
IHPQITEI ANB DEALER IN
II Casts No More lo Keep Goad Fowls
(bait II Does lo Keep Four Fowls,
My Breeding Pens are equal to any In
the united states or Canada.
I propose to furnish Eggs from Premium
and Flrst-class Fowls, my design being to
establish a reputation that will last.
Cash must accompany all orders. Address, with stamp,
dwmhStc
JOHN 8. COX,
New Weslmlnsler.
NOTICE.
MR. T. R. PEARSON
(Ofthe Firm of Messrs. Major A Pearson)
CEASES FROM THIS DATR TO ACT
as Agent for the North British A Mercantile Insurance Com puny and Uiiurdlnn
Assuiance Company.
MR. J. G. JAQUES
Has been appointed Anent from MiIh ilut-p
for the North British and Merennlllo Insurance Company in New Wes-mi-isier
and District.
Messrs. Ogle, Campbell & Co.
Have boen appointed Agents from th|«
date for the (ionrdtnn AKsiiriinr*- Cum-
pany ln New Weslmlnsler nud DlHlj'tdt,
TIMER, BEETON 11 ().,
Agent* in R. C. for V. 11. * M.
Ins. Co. A Ounrdlan An. Co. ol IiOlrtlorr.
Vlelorln, B. C, Mny 22,1
Uliiy'J2rnl
MlMcRAE
Merchant Tailor,
WISHES TO INFORM   THE PKUI'1,1.
OPNBWWE8TMINSTERTHAT UK
IS  PREPARED   TO  EXEC11TK
ALL ORDERS FOR
TAILORING
A FULL LINE OF
English, Scotch  and Irish
Tweeds and  Fancy
Trouserings.
BOOULLAR'8 OLD STAND
Columbia St.,   •  New Wkstmiss.eii.
dwmhrWo
Mediation Life
ASSOCIATION.
tiuranlee lapllnl •I.MO.WM
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
A home"company.
This, Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:-
The Bccuruy offered to policy bolder* li
.unsurpassed by any Company doing bind-
nesa In Canada,
Ithaanosebemeiof Insurance, but the
well-establlshad Unas, hence tha policy
holders cannot be misled as to their con-v
tracts. V [
Its statements to the publlo can be readily understood, IU cash statement show-
Ins;every Item of Income and how expanded.
Itsposltlonlsnaoertalned annually from
m detailed valuation In whioh every Item
of liability Is Included.
Ita progress has been unexampled In
the history of Insurance In Canada.
Its policies are Indisputable after threo
years, and non-torfeltaule after two years'
existence.
Ita proflta are distributed upon an equitable oasis.   Tbe profits to one data of
policy holders are not lessened to live
larger profits to any other class, which
method affords superior advantages over
tbe uniform bonus plan of distribution.
Literal Cei-tlMeis u te Besldrare and
Travel.
J. K. MncDONAI.D,
Managing Dirt-dor,
T. R. PEARSON
Afnt, N.w WMtmlHtn
Mr-taMMnmu. T
DAN1E& DAKCEIt.
The Mo it Miserly ot Mou-Wtiatttu* Thirst
for Gold May Lead a Man to.
Daniel Dancer's life Is the most striking
example perhaps in all history of! the iu-
eafciablo thirst for gold.    .
Hia father died nnd left him, together
with a sister, a comfortable fortune.
Dancer and his sister lived iu a miserable
hut mmr Harrow, in Middlesex, England.
Their fare consisted of a piece of cheap
beef and fourteen hard dumplings boiled
ou Sunday, and this lusted them thu rest
of tbe week.
The pair dressed in rags, aud whon tho
sister was dying from cold and starvation
her brother refused to summon medical
aid on the ground that he could not spend
his money for medicino, because if the
"old girl" was going to die the doctors
couldn't save hor anyhow.
Dancer was too miserly to provide soap
and towels for himself. Ho would wash
in a neighboring pool and lie out in tlie
sun till he wns dried. His clothes, a mass
ot patches, were held up by a belt of
hay, and his whole appearance was that
of abject misery.
Dauceron his rambles never returned
empty-handed. He would gather up the
bones In the village streets and lanes,
bring them home, and after picking them
clean himself would crack them and feed
them to his dog.
Once neighbors complained thnt his
dog worried and killed their sheep, and
for fear that he would have to pay for
future depredations, he took the dog to a
blacksmith's, where he had all .the poor
dog's teeth broken off to prevent a further
recurrence of the trouble, He. mended
hiB own shoes nud wore one hut continuously for thirteen years.
When he lay on his dying bed his only
garment was an old sack. When remonstrated with be said that he came into ilio
world without a shirt and he would go
/out of it that way*
Wben a visitor suggested that he have
a pillow for his head he ordered his only
servant, whose weekly wages were thirty
cents, to bring him a wisp of hay, which
he used ns a pillow till his death, a few
days Inter.
Ho loft an estate valued at 825,000,
amply sufficient for all his needs during
his lifetime, had he so desired. This
money, In odd sums, was hidden in old
rags, nailed down to the under part of tbo
manger 11 nor in his miserable cowshed,
and over $10,000 was found hidden in the
manure pile, where it had lain for years.
SPEAKING SUCKERS.
, A Practice Not Commended by tho Real
Bportsiuun.
Spenring suckers by torchlight is a sport
much practiced on the western branch of
the Passaic River for a distance of several
miles. Every night the torches can ba
seen flashing along shore as far as the eye
can reach, and tho effect is peculiar aud
very pleasing.
Tbo fish always lie close inshore at
night, aud as they aro uf a sluggish nature and can be quite easily senn !jy the aid
ot tho torches some ot the moro skillful
spearmen secure a largo number in a
hli or t time.
Oue of the best stretches for the sport
'extends from Hawthorne, near whero. tbo
first toll-gate on the Godwiuvillt. macadamized road formerly stood, to tho Main
street bridge. Some nights there will be
an almost continuous Hue of torches
throughout this entire distance, which is
fully a mile.
Spearing suckers is tho tamest and most
jtupirt manner of taking Iish, still-Ashing
with angle worms ranking next, and is
regarded-by sportsmen as being about on
» par with pot-hunting for game; tho
Highest form is casting for trout, bass or
other gamo Ash.—Paterson Guardiau.
"TOM PINCH" IN NEW YORK.
A Useful and Exemplary Philanthropist
—Bxample of His Nohlo Work.
In ft long, narrow, rather dusky room,
rith a desk* by the only window, and,an
idd assortment of trunks piled one above
not her, household utensils, and a couch
itspiciously like a bed, lives a modern
om Pinch, with a heart as warm as suu-
_iluo nnd a hand of ready sympathy
eacltcd out to the help of the unfor-
unate.
Perhaps no man In the city accomplish es
tiore real charity tban this unassuming,
nknown little man in the rusty hlnck
lit and antiquated tile. He can under-
land how the very sound of the word
home" la distasteful toa proud-spirited
ronian. appreciates the shrinking a cul-
iired woman feels from tbe companion-
itp of some of the inmates of the cosmo-
olltan charitable institutions, and sym-
athizes with the repugnance a refined
'Oman feels for positions of drudgery for
rhlch she is physically unfitted and men-
illy superior. •
His experience wonld furnish the plot
or a hundred novels more pathetlo than
ny ever written.
An educated, refined, gifted young
'oman came to tbe city to seek her forme, the typical female Benjamin Frank-
She obtained board in a cheap down-
»wn hotel, and remained nntll her funds
ere exhausted, drifted into one of the
Homes," and finally came to this man
rith just 75 cents ln her pocket.
A place was found for her in a western
own, aud there she educated herself in
m eminent profession, established and
milt up a lucrative practice, and is an
lonored and esteemed citizen,—New York
CONTRASTS IN OOURT.
Tho Long and tho Short of the Hatter.
There is a story about old Peter Fau-
•ptt,thoNcw South WnlesStipremo Court
rudge, who lately retired, He was somewhat shortsighted, and one day a very
imiuutlvo barrister appeared before him.
o move something or other,
When tlie short roan stood up alongside
"Jumbo," a very tall barrister, who was
It ting down, their heads were about on a
avel, nud as soon as tho small man
egan:
"If your Honor please, I—,L*
"Yo must Htaud up when y' address tho
nort," interrupted old Peter irascibly,
"IamBtaudlngup,"saidthesmaliman,
ith dignity.
-"Then tell the gentleman alongside ye
> sit down."—New Zealand Times,
Now Uso for Celluloid* V
Celluloid hns recently been used as ft
ibstitute for copper in sheathing tho
ii I ts of vessels, aud has been found to an-
ver the purpose admirably.
Plates uf this substance have been Ap-
iedto a number of vessels nnd allowed
renin tn six months. At the end ot that
me, tlio parts of the hull left uncovered
ere found to presH.it abundant oollec-
oirn of marine vegetation, while the col-
iloid was intnet and frcefrom owh vego.
iblo musses.
A Heavy Dose. '*,**V
Tills Is tho ordor which a little girl
■trought into a Lewlston druggist's Btore
Lho other day. It waa written on a dirty
liiecoof noto paper, as follows: "Mister
Drugglsti Ple»SQ,-Bend. ipecac enough to
throw up a four-year-old girl, "-Lcwlirtou
J-raW**-wsu**6* "^    *- •■ ■*
BEE 8TIXGS.
Inst uctlons and Comfort fbr-flto Thane
I'i'f.'f* i'j.pr.
It is ft common mistake to suppose that
an angry bee is certain to sting on alight
ing upon a human hnnd. On tho con-
travy, sho will always examine tbo skin
vory-oarefully flrst with lho palpi—very
deiiciito uud ueiTops foelingorgattB, which
nre uituatcd near tbo isting.
It may seem that fiho ali ngs at once, and
without euro or. reflection; but a bco can
do a gro:it deal in a very short space of
time, in proof of which it may bo mentioned that "sbo can flap her wings moro
than 400 times per second, ami tbat each
flap involves the extension and contraction, through a nerve impalsp, of tho muscles employed intho wing movements."
This being the case, as Mr. Cheshire says,
"wo shall seo at onco that tho 'no-lime*
difficulty is removed."
When a person has been stung by a hoe,
ho should remove tlm sting immediately,
"if possible, by tho nail,, running it in
tho direction opposite to that by which it
has entered." On no account let 17,m
tako hold cf llio sting with his fchuihbj ml
finger, or n forceps, for then hewill'pn'tu-
ably squeeze moro of tbe virus into tbo
wound from tho poison bag, which is generally left attached to tho sting.
Although tho virus of a bee sting is a
strong acid, it does not always follow
that an alkali will cure it. Much depends
upon the temperament and constitution
of tho patient, and, while Arnica montnna
and Lsdum palustro will givo relief in
many cases, In others they are injurious.
We mny distuisa tho .-subject of bco
stings by giving tho young beekeeper two
pieces of comfort—tie flrst, that at
swarming timo bees nro'nearly always In
an exceedingly good temper; tho second,
tbat each time hois stung he will probably become less susceptible to the effects
of bee poison.—Saturday Koviow.
PERILS OP PRACTICAL JOKING.
Instances Cited of Dim Mlr-iclilof Wrought
by This Folly.
The practical jokermakes himself simply a nuisance in sooiety.
One of tbe most common "sinatt" tricks
Is to pull a chair out from a person as lie
is about to sit down. Apractlcnl joker
recently tried this on a man in Brooklyn,
who Jj.ll, out hia hand in falling, and died
from lockjaw.
Some years ago a couplo of fellows
thought it would be funny to frighten a
young lady wbo bad never beeu known tp
feel fright nt anything. One of the men
Was her brother, tbo other was her expected husband and a medical student.
They obtained a, skeleton, placed ft in the
young lady's bed in tho evening, and then
awaited results. It gave her euch n fearful fright tlint sho remnlned transfixed
nnd speechless, glaring wildly ou tho
Startling object. Her reason fled on Ibe
instant, and she remained a maniac. As
tho story goes the brother committed
ttiicido nud tlio lover was taken to a lunatic asylum, whero lie will end his days.
A not her inst ance, with adlfferent result,
happened in Sun Francisco.    .
A young man, to frighten two of bis
lady friends who wero alone and at home
ono evening, dressed up as n ghost and
made mysterious noises about tho house.
Thegirls took him for a burglar and net
a ghost, aud ran to a neighbor for help.
Tho latter seized an iron poker and dealt
a blow that cracked the ghost'askull, nnd
now the doctors nro trying to prevent his
becoming a ghost ln reality.
This was a pretty severo object lesson,
but it should help to teach practical
jokers common -«nse. A sudden fright
is a pretty severe tax on the nervous system of any sensitive person; and it will
bo a step in the right direction when r.!I
practical jokes nnd jokers arousrclcui.-
lessly punished as pickpockets or burglars.—Burlington Free Press.
Tho Pathos of Life.
Coming down town this morning in an
F streot car a pathetlo scene occurred.
A lady with a little child got on tho car
near tho Pension Bureau. The tittle ono
was probably four years of age, with
bright bluo eyes, and its blonde hat rhung
in profusion down its back. It was altogether as charming a -little sprite as any
of the passengers had ever seen.
It seemed to attract (he attention cf n
very gentlemanly-looking man of about
forty years of age sitting on the opposite
sido of tlie car. The little one had been
standing nt its mother's knee, and notic-
ing thia gentleman, finally went across the
aisle and looked up into his face. He
picked the child up gently and entered
into conversation with it, the baby replying to his queries and asking questions in
its baby way.
Finally tho gentleman, In a voice choked
With emotion, asked;
"Do you know I hod n dear littlo girl
Hkeyouf"
"Hasn't oo dot her now?" queried baby.
"No, dear," ho replied. "1 received a
message last night saying my dear littlo
girl had died yesterday morning, nway
out in California, and I will never see her
again."
His eyes filled with tours, and, rising
from his seat, ho kissed tho child, hnuded
it back to its mother and got off tho car.
Ho was evidently, unable to restrain his
grief, aa ho was seen to put his handkerchief to his eyes as he walked down the
street,—Washington Critic.
No Fooling with This Waitress*
A young man who took his best girl to
look at Fort Wadsworth one day recently
nnotts ilie progress of tho, season ou
Stateh Islnnd.
The pair were hungry, And after a deal
of tM-.iti.m--* to which of the "ladies'and
l -y.\7.' restaurant!-}" appeared the least Un-
apptUzing from the outside, entered one
vt i !m places, and were attended by a red-
t belied young woman in a soiled apron.
Tli 'imvnanosign to be found of anything
di-s.ra'hle for luncheon, so the order was
* i veil ior ico cream and cake,
"Ain't got no ico cream, now," said the
v.-a i iess,   '-'Season ain't begun yet."
"Well, give us somo strawberries and
cream, then."
"Ain't got no strawberries yet. Season
ain't h.'gun, you know."
"WlmthavuyougotP"
"Steaks nn' chops, an' cako an' beer."
"No'fresh country milk f"
"Uot somo milk, but won't sny how
[■-ond it is."
"Well, bring- us some cake and milk.
We'll sample the milk, anyhow."
"Now, look a-hore," said the waitress,
energetically, "no samplin', y' uuder-
iitiimd. lf y* orders tbat milk y' pays for
it, whether;y'-drinks it or not."—New
York Sun.      ...   ■   	
Smile's Special Thinking.
Sadie was lying on tho bed nnd her aunt
told her to come to her, but Sadie heeded
not.
"Come here: Radio," repeated* tho aunt.
Tlie child paid no attention to tho coin-
iniiml,
"Will yon ret up from thero nnd romo
tome!'" (Mtolttlriieu lim lady, wnrnimrlv.
Sadie turned over slowly and lifted'Up
horc.-rl*, he-id. -
"liiin'l-tbiiiklii* about aball," she said,
"I'm iliiiikiii'nbniit shan't, and down sb«i
went again,"—Washington Critic,
Perfect lair
indicates a natural and healthy condt
tion of the scalp, and of tho glands
through which nourishment is obtained.
When, lu consequence ol ago and dis.
ease, tho hair becomes weak, thin, and
gray, Ayor's Hair Vigor will strengthen
it, restore its original color, promote its
tapid and vigorous growth, and impart
to it the lustre and freshness of youth.
I havo used Ayor's Hair Vigor for a
long timo, and am convinced of its
value. When I was 11 years of ago my
hair began to turn gray. I commenced
using tho Vigor, and was surprised at
tho goad effects it produced. It not
only restored tlie color to my hair, but
so stimulated its growth, that I have
now more hair than ever before.—
J. W. EdwardB, Coldwater, Miss.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
Sold by all Druggists and Perfumers.
Ir you Aub BusTEituru from debility
and loss of appetite; if your stomach is
out of ordor, or your mind confused;
take Ayer's SarsapariUa. Tliis medicine
will restore physical forco and elasticity
to the system, moro surely and speedily
than any tonic yot discovered.
For six months I suffered from liver
and stomach troubles. My food did not
nourish me, and I became weak and
very much emaciated. I tookslx bottles
of Ayer's SarsapariUa, and was cured,
—J. M. Palmer, Springfield, Mass.  ft
Ayer's SarsapariUa,
Prepared by Dr. J. 0. Ayer Sc Co., Lowell, Ibis.
Sold by DrugglatB.   Prlco $1; six bottlea, $&.
NOTIOE.
mm. usDEitaiGNKii havinu uk-
.1 tnrttod Irom -Cliln-i, hereby notifies
llie puMIc that In future any purehuHfuj,'
of gandn or other business umicrttikiiig'-i
for Ihe llrm of Kwong On Long will receive I1I.1 personal nttentlon, and that he
alone has authority tn transact business
for (he firm of Kwong On Long.
ISIgnod], LEE COY.
 __ dJelSml
PHGBNIX
adMrp.A.rr-T-s-
OF    LONDON,    ENGLAND.
One of the Oldest and Best
Companies in the World.
POLICIES ISSUED AT  THE LOW-
crrt rntes, nnil no i-ombliiutioii with
any other Companies.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
tlJeSml Aoent.
BECKETT & CO.
Brick Manufacturers,
BUILDERS AND
BRICK-YARDS: Port naney.
OFFICE**: Cornor Columbia anil Jlary
Sir.., Kew WentnilUHlrr.      ilwrnlillllc
WHATCOM & NEW WEST-
MINSTER
FAST   STAGE.
BROWN BROS.' STAGE LEAVES
Whatcom for New Westminster every
TUESDAY A THURSDAY morning at
half-past six, arriving at New Wostminster at seven In the evening, via lllalne
and Kernel file. Ret urn Ing—leaves New
Westminster for Whatcom every WEDNESDAY and KRIDAY morning,arriving
ot Whatcom same evening.
This Is the only through stage urn! tlio
only stage making tho trip in one day,
thereby saving lime and expense for passengers,
Pussengers conveyed to ami taken from
any hotel ln town.
For further Information, apply (o
djeltoil JOS, WISE.
THE WHITE IS KING
PARTIES DESIROUS OP PUROHAS-
I Ing should not fall to give these cole-
united Machines a trial.
€. J. KOUSOV
Ageut for the Main land.
Also, Agent for the celebrated While
Bronte Monument «'■> djelfilo
NOTICE TO_TAX-PAYERS.
Assessment Act tl Provincial
Revenue Tax.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN, In anil oorilani'o with the Statutes, that
Provincial Kevfiiuo Tax and all Tuxes
levied under (he Amassment Aet am now
duo for the year 1888. All ot the abovo
named Taxes col lend hie Willi In lho District of Now Westminster are payable ut
my otlico, .
AsHOHsed Toxi>h aro collectible at the
following rates, vlx.t-
lf paid ou or beforo June noth, 1888—
Provl nnl al Revenue, $1.00 por eapl I a.
One-half of one por cent, on Roal Properly,
Seven nud one-half cents pur aero on
Wild Land.
One-third of ono per cent, ou Personal
Property.
Ono-half of one per cent, on Income.
If mid tutor Juno SOth, 1OT-.
Two-thirdsofonepepcont.oii Real Pro-
Eight iind ono-half oonts per acre on
Wild Land,
One-half ol one por cent, on Personal
Proporty, .
Three-fourths of one por will, on Income.
C. WARWICK.   ;
. Assessor ami Collector,
New Wostmlnstor, May 12th, 1888.
1 dwrayiatljeM
FORJSALE.
LOT 13, BLOCK XXXVI, 132 FEET ON
Ellico Street, 151) feet deep and 132
feet on Molnnt* Street; contains about
2% ordinary city lots. Barn and Stable
on premises with aceomiuotlatioii for 14
horses, harness room, Ac.; good well of
wateV; garden, planted with fruit trees.
i'-irlii'iiliii-soii upplit'ii'lon to .
dmylOto W. 3. FRENCH.
TIME TJk._BLE!
Str. "Gladys,"
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, WILL
IciiveforChJIMwliiickand way places
Oil TUESDAYS! THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS, at 7 a. m.i returning on the following dttytt, For all further In formation
apply on hoard, or to
W. B. TOWNSEND,
dmyDtc On tho Wharf.
Administrator's Notice.
In re tho Estate, of Jolm .Sinclair, deceased intestate.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE
above BsUuo must pay the amounta
of their IhdobtfidnbSB lo the undersigned
forthwith and all persons having claims
against the above Estate must send tliem
in, duly verlflml, not lator than noon on
Saturday the 28rd day of June proximo.
W..'H. FALDING,
dmy2'3td Administrator.
SIGHTt.BUNDNESS
USE  ONLY
N.  STANLEY'S
CELEBRATED
English Spectacles!
AND   EYE-GLASSES.
Recommended   by Loading  OcuIMIh In
America.
D. LTAIj & CO.,
dmy.'totc        A gents, NewWestmlnster.
PORT MMMOHD
URSERY
Fruit Trees,
ttriinmcmul Trees,
Small fruits,
And GARDEN STOCK on hand In great
variety.
Everything Qrst-class and furnished in
good shape.
its. Scii'i lo cts. for valuable 80-pape Descriptive Catalogue with 0 beautiful colored plates, Price Lists sent free,
G, W. HENRY,
dw-del6tc Port Hammond, B. C.
PARK RESERVE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
the parcel of land described below
has boon reserved and set apart for tho recreation and enjoyment, of the public, as
provided by section 8 of --An Act to amend
lho 'Land Aot, 1SSI.'" Chan. 10 of 1888,
viz.:- .
All that portion of that certain tract of
land and premises known on the official
(ilan or map of the suburban lands of tho
Jityof New,Westminster.as tho pailc reservo, contained within the following described boundaries, that la to say, commencing at the corner of tho Park Reserve at tho Intersection of Park Lane
with the tlrst unnamed stroet running
north-easterly and houth-westerly, lying
to the westward of Mot bourne Street:
thonco nlong the westerly boundary of
Park Reserve in a hbrlll-oastorly direction a distance of seventeen (17) chains:
tlienee in a south-easterly direction, at
right angle** fo tlio westerlvhoundaryof
said reserve, to tlie easterly boundary
thereof; thenoe fn a south-westerly direction, along said boundary, lo the boundary of Leopold Place: thenoe following
the linos dividing said Park Reservo
from Leopold Placo, Royal Avenue and
Park Lauo. to place of commencement;
containing87 acres, moreor loss.
W. S. GORE,
Surveyor-General,
Lands A Works Department,
Victoria, B. C, UBth Mny,'8,S.      Je2ml
-"ANY MAN—
Who in Weak, Nei-voui. Debilitated,
who In his Folly and Ignorn»o« has
Trlflml away liis Vigor of Body, Mind
and Miuihood,euustnge.\Initiating drains
Upon tho Fountain* of Life, Head-
nche, Bncknche, Dreadful Dreams,
Weakn-BM uf Memory, Bashfnlncsi In
S clcty, Pimples upon the Face and
alt the Effecti loading to Early Peony,
-t'oimunptIon or Insanity, will And In
our Specific No, 23 a Poult, ve Cure, It
Imparls Youthful Vigor, restores the
Vital Power ln old and young, strengthens and Invigorates tlio Brains and
Nerves, builds up tlie muscular system
fit,.!   lirnlKllll     lilt.-.    Di-.llf*.n   11.n mlinlA nllt.ut-
and arouses Inlo action tho whole physical energy of the human frame. With
our Specific No. 23 the  most obstinate
case can be cured ln three mouths, and
recent ones In Ions thnn 31) days.   Each
riackagc contains two weeks treatment-,
'rlco $>. Cures guaranteed. Our Specific
No. 24 Is an infallible Cure for all Private Diseases, no matter of bow long
staudliiff. Sold underourwrllten-Guarantee to eflfect a (,'ure. Price $,r>. Toronto Modiolnc Co., Toronto, Ont.
CONSUMPTION
That dread terror, a diseaso so long
balling science and tho most skilled
physlclanH, who know.r..' nothing to
arrest, nothing to alleviate, nothing to
euro. Now it is <nn longer an Incur-
ablo malady even whon given up by
physteliiiiH, health can yet bo found In
OlIR REMEDY; lt heah and soothes
tho membrane of the Lungs, inthimcil
and polsonrd hy tho ravages of this
foil disease, and proventa the night
sweats and tightness across the chest
Which accompany lt.   Prlco tn.
CURES    GUARANTEED.
Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont.
OUR ELEGANT PREPARATIONS.
Remember wo inanufiieturo and aro lho
solo proprietors of lho following special-
ties)nntl thnt they ean be had from no
other somee. THEY ARE HOT FOR SALE BY
DRUGGISTS. Corraspondencp strictly confidential. Consultation upon all chronic
dis.-n.-e Invited. NO CHARGE except for
medicines. All goods sent st-curo from
obsoivallon. Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, (Jul.
HAIR  OOLORING.
Our mngnlilceut'preparations arc warranted iierfeetly harmless", Wo prepare
tho following colors—Hie. liner shades
arise from tho hair Itwlfs Bin ok, Dark
Drown, Medium Brown, Chestnut, Light
Clifslmif. Hold nionde, Ash or Blnndo
Cendrce. Send saitiple of hnir wlwn ordering. Price, 31! per boh le. Toronto Medicino Co., Toi onto, Out.
TOILET REQUISITES.
In ordering please specify which yon
rctpilrc1; wo gnu ran too thorn toglvoontho
satisfaction. No, S imparts lo lho skin
the color and freshness of maidenhood,
harmless and cannot bo detected, }l.!Si.
No. 0 removes wrinkles, $■>, No, 10 removes Liver Spots,$1.25. No. 11 removes
Flesh Worms, $1.25. No. 12 reinovos
Freckles, $1.25. No. 13 removes Pimples,
$1.20. No. 14 roniovos Tan, $1.25. No. 15
removes Moles, 92. No. Hi roniovos Pook-
markSi'SS. No. 17 removes undue Perspiration, 31.25. No. 18,iin absolute unfailing
specific forthe retention, development or
restoration of lho Hair, $1.25. Toronto
Medici ne Co., Toronto, Out.
THE BUST.
No. 1}! is a embinort Internal and oxter-
nnl Tii'iilnieiit wl)lnlti.Bp«0dHy develops
or restores Ibe female luist to tho proportions of voluptuous lialuio, Is entirely
harmless and certain in results. Price $3.
Toronto Medicine Co., Toronto, Ont.
dwRpiSyi
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B.C.
ior Satisfaction guaranteed.      dapl31c
City Laundry
JOE   QUI.
HAVING LEASED AND PITTED UP
a Shop on Dallas Street, nearly opposite Mr, Wise's Stable, Is now prepared
to undertake tho work of a
General Laundry.
Competent men employed, and work
guaranteed. Having engaged a Wagon
for delivery, clolhes will bo delivered
promptly In any part of tho city. First-
class references given lf required. A trial
ordor solicited. Prices will be found as
low as In any flrst-class establishment.
Families taken at special rates.
na)-Ordors may bo loft, at Mr. Dickinson's
Butcher Shop, Columbia Ht. dJaSto
INDEPENDENT
RealEstateAgency!
STRAIGHT, FAIR COMMISSION BUSINESS.
OWNERS OP FARMS OR CITY LOTS
to sell will have their Interests, aa
well as buyers, carefully guarded tnall
transactions, and no extras put on first
prices.
Always havs good bargains In Vancouver Lots,
Correspondence solicited,
WM, CLAKK BELl,
Cambib St., p. o. Box m>i
iiniiiMc •sr-e.mraoxnrmimi.
Dominion Lands.
TK YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
I Pre-emption Or forrent of Mining or
Grazing Land, or buying Parm, Mining
or auy lnnd from the Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY CASH
But pay in Mi
large discount.
Scrip ean be obtained ln largo or small
quantities from
ALLOWAY ft CHAMPION,
B_&_BTCCZ]-__s,
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
OR FBOM
THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
riwmbeUj
To San Francisco, Cal,
BY WAY OF THE
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
Quicker In Time than any other
Route between
kffistaiiitsr ud Su him
Grand Scenic Route of Ihe FMile
Cunt.
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLEEPERS
TOUBI8T SLEEPING CARS
For Accommodation of Secood-Cliws l'ori-
songers, attached to Express Trains,
Fare from Portland to Sacramento and
San Francisco; Unlimited, $,lt First
Class (Limited), *M| Seeond Clam (Limited), •IS,
It. KOEHLER, Manager.
E. P. ROGERS,
Asst, Gen. Freight A Pass. Agent.
 iljefflto	
Ij O O K.      HE n E3
THE UNDERSIGNED KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE AND
complete assortment of
■  ttt-z   MHOKia
Wllicli will be sold at tbo LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES FOE CASH. M\A large
consignment to arrive shortly.'®! Always in stock—Leather, Shoe Finn-
Ings, &e„ of all kinds.   Custom Work a specialty.
JAMBS    BOTJSBIIA-Cr,
dwjelyl No. 81, Columbia Strkkt.
CASTORIA
for Infants and Children.
;*Ci«oiI»iss„wdlaaaptedtoclilIdientIiat I CastorU enres Cello, Constipation,
IrecommendltassuwriortoaiiyprescriDUonl Sour Stomach, Diarrhara, Eructation,
knowntome.'*     tt!A. A»raa, H.D.,        I BUJWO--M. Si™ »*«». •»•* P"-*" *
M 8ft Oitiirt St, Brooklyn, N.Y.   I WiCSjn
Tm Centaur Company, TT Murray Street, N. Y.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
LAND & INVESTMENT AGENCY, Id.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY  S.  MASON,
CUYLER A.   HOLLAND,
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, ■ 56 New Broad St. - LONDON, ENGLAND.
The Business of ALLSOP k MASON has been merged in the above Company
and will be carried on by the Company from this date as a general Land Investment
and Insurance Agcn ,y,
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rates.   Town Lots and Farming
Lands for Sale on easy terms,
Victoria, B. fl., May 16th, 1887. dwJeTU*
'.'I
W.R. AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
teal Merchandise!
MW WKSTMIJtSm, B. 0.
Hay and Feed
MARXll-r.
WOOD & OOAL
(THE BEST QUALITY).
Dry -Unods, Boots & Shocn,
Provislong & Groceries.
FARMERS' ""HARDWARE,
mc«»i>«-_ €*«-.
MT As wo use no whisky or tohacco we
ean, bjr .temperate habits and careful economy, serve tlie publio at especially low
rates. dwjiil.tc
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE CMP'ir
1 Oi ii Hmi*o Si. and 101'm.i. M t r.r.,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1H08.
FOR INSURING HOUSES* OTHER
Hnililings, Good., Wares, alurahaii-
disc, Mililllfiurlurlng and Fanning Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, ud thi
Cargoes of suoh Vessel.; aho, Ships building and repairing, Barge, and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on board suoh Vessel., throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and In Foreign
Countries,
FROM 1,088 OR DlHiOl BT F1RK.
Subwrlbeil and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every infornra
tion nan ho obtained oh application to
V. t. ABHSTBONi,
A|Mt Iw H«w WntaiMtor.
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF 8TBEKT • VICTOUIA.
A.OE_STT3   FOE
North British and mercantile
Insurance Co. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
36 Finsliury Circus,
London, K. C.
COME AND SEE I
W. H. HOLDEN,
TTAVINO TAKEN POSSESSION OF
rl the "Temperance House," fronting
on Columbia and Clinrch Streets, opposite
the EpiBcopal Church, and now Known
aithe
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling publle
at the following rales:
-Board per day -»..«.«.«.„» $1 00
"      "   week  5 00
Single Moals     26
Beds...,.,.     35
fckGiKnl Hccommodntlou for Ladle* aud
families. myWc
Flowers for sale
Took We Liok Xbng Swon^ Hing,
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE
Chinese Labor Contracted,
Clearing Land and Cutting
Cordwood.
FOOX   WO t% CO ,
COI.BMIIIA rjilfEET,
NciuClovi'lini.l Itntol,
New Weill in liisler,    iifHHmii
Mainland Transfer
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE BI'llHt'ltlHERS ARE KOW PREPARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SIN6LE RIGS
At Spoolnl LowRatos.
Srajtflf ud All ttof Tuning
Done nt Shortest Notice,
ltn-4'onlwoiHl delivered to nny part of
the City.
Ordera hy Telophono will receive prompt
attention.
WTHtnhti'H noarly opposlto 0. P. R. Depot, Columbln St,, NewWestmlnHter.
djalltc      GILLEY BROS. Vnon,
1STOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
we hnvo applied to the Minister of
the Interior for a lease for tlmberln-q; purposes of tho following described land in
NewWestmlnster District:
Commencing at a stalro at the southeast corner of Lot 380, Group One. anil
running north 80 chains, more or lees, to
the Moodyvllle Sawmill Comiinny's timber limits; thence east 40 chains, thencu
south 40 chnins, thence enst 40 chains,
thence south 40 chains, thenco west 80
chnins, io place of commencement--containing 480 acres, more or less.
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited)
dJelSml       John Hksmiy, Manager.
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Newly Opposite tie Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER
THE  LARGEST  AND   CHOICEST
assortment of nt) descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fain-
Hies, Restaurants, ami Steamboat! atthe
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
CHINA  H JAPAN
Wu have just nrccriivEn n'lW
consignment of all. kinds of
CELEBRATED TEA,
Embroidered Silk floods,
Slniwli, Screens, Bed Quills,:
Dresilnff fiowni, Klc, Kir.
—AMO '
Porcelain, Sotsumt*. Clolunne,
Bronte, Ivory, Bi»d»lwood ami
CnrlOl of Every TOracrlpliOn.
IMPORTED ir EWIir STEAMER DIRECT FFOM
CHINA AHD JAPAN.
Hoping that you will honor us with your
visit, we remain very respectfully yours,
Kwong on Wo & Co.,
FRONT BTREET, NlW WlllMMTII, 1.0.
Port Olllce Box No. 7. - ddeiyl NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Pianos 4 Organs H. Peters
Noticea to Contractors (2).. C. Warwick
Notice.,
 A. M. Nelson
DaUj! $ ritish Columbian
■atanlay Ertalng, Jw ns. MM.
The tlr. Riohmond came up from
the Norlh Arm at 12:30 to-day.
One-half thu reserved seats for the
HiclM-Sawyer minstrels were .old yeaterday.
The atr. Oladya cleared fur up-river
porta thia morning with freight and
paaaengen.
A meeting ot tbe band will be held
in Hyack Hall thi. evening, All mom-
bets are requeited to he present.
At 3 o'clook to-morrow afternoon at
Holy Trinity there will be a Maaonio
atmce, conducted by Canon Cooper.
Up to the time ef going to press the
ship Puritan, which wu expected in
thia afternoon, had not corns in tight.
The Rainbow cleared for Victoria
thia morning with a large lond of farm
produce and a number of passengers.
The cargo of the Camana is being
rapidly got on board. Up till thia
evening 100,000 leet had been loaded.
Tlie Indians are having a " akukum"
time at the Mission. Tho calebratiou
ends to-day and the gathering will immediately disperse.
Mr. F. Crake, jeweler, has just received some very handsome silverware,
whioh he ia prepared to sell at low figures.   Givo him a call.      dje23t0.
Ohiel Stewart brought over from
Nanaimo on the Dunsmuir to-day, two
priaonera for the penitentiary, a white
man and an Indian.
Mr. A. M. Herring haa been appointed one of the arbitrators in the
0. P. R. land diaputed cases. The
arbitrator, will probably meet neit
week.
The salmon run waa very good laat
night, the boats averaging 18 fish eaoh.
The ehipments made to-day by D. W.
Port & Co. and W. H, Vianen were
very huge.
Mr. W. R. King, M. S. I., will conduct gospel service to-morrow (Sunday)
afternoon, at 4 o'clock, in the rooms of
Ihe Y. M. 0. A. Subject: " Recruits
Wanted."   All are welcome.
The meed of merit for promoting personal comeliness is due to J. C. Aver b
Co., whose Hair Vigor is a universal
beautiflcr of the hair. Harmless, effective, and agreeable, it ranks among the
indispensable toilet articles.
The city was crowded to-day by
members of the Masonic order who arrived from all parts of the province tn
attend the meeting of the Grand Lodge
and the dedication of the new Masonic
temple.
The artillery aud rifles have been invited to take part in the grand procession at Vancouver on Dominion Day.
It is not known what action will be
taken in the matter, but it is probable
the corps will attend.
For chronic catarrh, induced by a
scrofulous taint, Ayer's SarsapariUa Is
the true remedy, lt stops catarrhal discharges, removes the sickening odor, and
never fails to thoroughly eradicate every
trace of the disease from the blood. Sold
by all dealers In medicine.
The Irving arrived down from up-
river ports at noon today, bringing 28
pauengers, several head of cattle, and
a light miscellaneous freight She
proceeded shortly afterwards to Ewen's
cannery for a quantity of salt to be
taken to Port Haney for the fish-
freezing establishment at that place.
The si*r. Dunsmuir arrived from Nanaimo about Jiblm' to-day, with 14 passengers and 17 tons of coal. The
Dunsmuir left Nanaimo at an - earlier
hour than usual in order to enable
members of tho Masonic order—a
number of whom came over—to reaoh
here in lime to take part in dedicatory
services of new temple.
II. F. McCarty, Wholesale and Retail
Druugist, Ottawa, writes: "I waa afflicted with Chronio Bronchitis for some
years, but have been completely cured
by the use of Dr. Thomu' Eclectrio Oil
in doses of five drops on sugar. I have
also pleasure in recommending It u an
embrocation for external use.
Blliklly Wslaken.
We are informed that the site chosen
for the model farm hu been under 4
feel of water during the recent high
tides, which have not reached to tbo
highest point at which the river hu
touched during former sessons. If the
model farm ia exposed to overflow, its
usofulnoas would be hard to find. If
it is necessary to protect it with dykes,
it will be an expensive experiment.—
Ouariiian. Those who clsim to know
uy that the foregoing is a glaring misstatement, tnd that the site of the
model (arm ia high and dry above the
leut pouibility of an overflow. We
trust that the statement we have quoted
will call forth publio correction, if no-
ceaaary.	
tret* tmetr*.
Tha following is the list ot grand
officers of the Provincial Grand Lodge,
A. F. & A. M., now in session: M.W.
Bro. A. R. Milne, Grand Muter; R.
W. Bro. J. S. Olute, Deputy Grand
Master; ft. W. Bro. Dixi H. Ross,
Grand Senior Warden; R. W, Bro.
Henry Hoy, Grand Junior Warden; V.
W. Bro. Rt. Rev. Bishop Sillitoe,
Grand Chaplain; V. W. Bro. H. F.
Heisterroan, Grind Treasurer; V. W.
Bro. E. 0. Neufelder, Grand Secretary; Bro. Wm. Trickey, Grand Tyler;
W. Bro. J. Pieroy, Grand Senior Deacon; W. Bro. R. Craig, Grand Junior
Deacon; W, Bro. W. A Duncan,
Grand Superintendent of Works; W,
Bro. A. McKeown, Grand Director of
Ceremonies; W, Bro. D. Osrlmel,
Grand Marshal; W. Bro. SibreeClarke,
Grand Sword Bearer; W. Bro. W.
Manson, Gland Standard Bearer; W,
Bro.' M. Wolfe, Grand Organist; W.
Bro. M. Moss, Grand Pursuivant; W,
Bro. T. Mowat, W. Bro. D. Wilson,
W. Bro.'J; A. Grahaihe, W. Bro. Geo.
Blaok, Grand Stewards.
C. C. Jacobsa, Bulfclo, N. Y., uyst
"Dr. Thomu' Kclectric Oil cured him of
a bad case cf piles of 8 years' standing,
having tried almost evew known remedy, besides two Buffalo physloUn. without relief! but the Oil cured him; he
thinks It cannot be recommended too
highly." J^^I^^SitTSa
market Of Dr. Thomas'. _»*_* ™*>
eustomen itdll M.ttat  thejr get the
CkllUwhult Items.
From Mr. A, M. Nelson, who went
up to Chilliwhack last Wednesday, and
came down on the Irving to-day, we
get the following notes:
The water haa fallen 4 ft. at Chilliwhack; no hurra haB been done the
tbe crops, which aro looking splendidly.   Haying hu just commenced.
Mr. Isaao Kipp is putting up a new
$7,000 house and expects to have the
house warming about Aug. 1st.
Nelson Bros, have sold out their
store and business at Chilliwhack lo
Mr. Geo. Ashwell of that plsce,
Mrs. Wm. Hall, of Sumu, died of
heart disease yesterday morning at 2
o'clock, and wu to be buried this afternoon.
*.,
The Illcks-Snwyer Minstrel.,
An immense house greeted the celebrated Hicks-Sawyer minstrel compsny
at the Dasino lust evening, and it was
one of tliu most enthusiastic audiencos
that place has ever souu. Every feature of the programme wu good; the
peifm-manco moved off smoothly and
everyone laughed until hiB sides ached.
The singing was the finest of the kind
eror heard hore and the groat audience
was held spellbound during many of
the selections. Wallace King's magnificent tenor has lost none of its richness, while in \V. H. Downes the company hu found a new tenor of great
excellence, Jack Evans created a aen-
sstion by his wonderful clog dancing
and SayleB captured the house by his
pantomime "Left Alone." The crowning act of the evening and one to make
the most solemn-visaged dyspeptic
bowl with laughter was the concluding
sketch, " The Blackvillc duel," the
curtain falling while the audience
gasped for breath. It was rich and
was hesrtily appreciated. In one feature the entertainment differed from
any other minstrel show given in Marquette in recent years. There were
no low "gags" and the performance
was first class in every particular, being
one which any person, lady or gentleman, could enjoy, and it was remarked
that there was a very large attendance
of ladies lac; evening. — Af-m_ueffe
Jbiirnul.
Mother Graves' Worm Kxt.rmiurrtoi
is pleasant to take; sure and effectual in
destroying worms. Many havo tried it
with best results.
Surrey Sorts.
The past few showers wo havo had
have made the crops look fine; if the
westher keeps clear for a couple of
weeks tho hay will be ready for mowing.
The election for school trustees
took place both nt Mud Bay and Clover Valley on Monday the 18th. At
Mud Bay Mr. H. Cluintrell waa elected,
at Clover Valloy, Mr. Gen. Booth-
rrryd.
Mr D. McKenzie having resigned,
another election for a person to take
his place will be held at the school
house in a few days.
A grand celcbratiun will be held at
Blaine, W. T„ on July 4th. Large
prizes are to be given for running,
jumping, etc. Fireworks in the evening snd a free ball and oyster supper at
night. Those who with a good day's enjoyment should go ovor and visit our
American cousins.
The surveyors have commenced work
on the Whatcom and Hope railroad; it
is expected it will bo built u fur as
Nooksack this summer, taking iu Blaine
and Forndale.
The population of this " Surrey of
ours " is atill increasing. Not long ago
a new family arrived. Sinco their arrival we aro glad to see that the bachelor who hud the scarc-rrrow erected
has removed the samo, aud it is his
earnest endeavor to assist the new settlers in purchasing a farm close to
hand. He hu an eye to future pleasure us well aa business.
Mr. Alex. Beaton, of Elgin hu gono
to Vancouver to work. Mr. Thomas
Dixon, of Elgin, has gone to North
Arm,. .
Mrs. Armstrong, of Westminster, is
visiting friends at Mud Bay.
The schooner Lottie arrived at Elgin
from Victoria the other day with a
cargo of goods for Mr. Clsy's store.—
Com.
 . . .. .
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 you will not regret
Personal.
I. Oppenhoimer, of Vaucouuver, Is
in the city.
A. R. Milne, M.W.G.M. of the Masonic order, is staying at the Colonial.
H. F. Heiaterman, of Victoria, a
prnminet Mason, is registered at the
Colonial.
Aid. Kelly and Alex. Phillips, of
Victoria, arrived to-day and are staying
at the Colonial.
E. Neufelder and D. H. Robs, both
prominent Masons, are in the city, and
registered at the Colonial.
Miss E. Grant came down on the
Rithet to-day from Chilliwhack, where
sho has been visiting with friends.
The Hon. John Costigan, the minis-
ter of inland revenue, aud wife, will
visit British Columbia at the end of
August.
Nevilo Smith, of Windsor, Ont.,
cslled.on us this morning. Mr. Smith,
who left Ontario about the first of
May lut, is looking for a location for
carrying on a largo oommiuion and
wholesale business on tho mainland.
Mr. Alex, Robinson, of Exeter, In writing about one of the most popular articles, and one that hu done more good to
the afflicted than any Other medicine hu
(luring the short time lt hu been In existence, says: I have used four bottles of
Northrop b Lyman's Vegetable Discovery
and Dyspeptic Cure, and have been cured
of Dyspepsia that troubled me for over
ten years. Part of that time I had It
very bad, and was at considerable expense trying to get relief; but this excellent remedy wu the first and only relief
I received."
Children Cryfor Pitcher1.C.,
-toria
&***!*—■■
Job printing of all kinds ueatly done
at the Uoiumux offioe. Prices will be
found u low M at air ether offloe In
the provisos.—-Jflir,
DEDICATED TO MASONRY.
The Kew Masonic Hall Dedicated T»-Bay
by M. W. Rro. Hllae and Ike •■eera
orthe Craad loilae—Ma-_nlfl<rait
leduc ■•<*»> snd Benlllral
Decorations.
Soon ufter 1 o'clock this afternoon
the brethren of Union Lodge No. 9,
visiting brethren and members of tho
provincial Grand Lodge, A.F. & A.M.,
commenced to gather in the vicinity of
the Good Templar's Hall, on Columbia
street. Oo the arrival of Grand Master Milne the Grand Lodge was opened,
after which the Grand Marehal proceeded to form tho procession, for the
purpose of proceeding to the new hall,
according to the ancient custom. The
body presented n very striking nppear-
ancu aud attracted considerable public
attention. When organized, whioh
was ubout 3 p.m.. Ihe following was
tho
ORDEBOF   W1O0EK810S.
Tyler with drawn swortl
Stewards with rods
Entered Apprentices
Grand Fellow Crafts
Marshal       Master Masons
Hccrctiiry and Treasurer
Senior anil Junior Wardens
Past Masters
Chaplain
W. Master, supported by Deacons wltli
rods
Grand Tyler with drawn Sword
Grand Organist
Grand stewards wllh white rods
Grand Standard Bearers
Grand Director ot Ceremonies
Grand Superintendent of Works, with
square, level and plumb
Grand Secretary, with Book or Constitutions
Grand Treasurer
Brother with Bible, square and compasses
Grand Chaplain
Fust Grand Officers, with lighted tapers
Put Grand Wardens
Past Deputy Grand Masters
Junior Grand Warden, with silver vessel
rilled with oil
Senior Grand Warden, with vessel filled
with wine.
Deputy Grand Master with gold vessel
filled with corn
Past Grand Masters
Grand      Grand Pnraulvnnt
Deacona       Grand Master
Grand Sword Bearer
Grand Marshal
Grand Director ol Cei'emon Ies
The procession being formed, the
whole moved to the Hall, and upon
the arrival of the procession at the
door, they halted and opened, face inward, while the Grand Master, and
others in succession, passed through
and entered. The musio played while
the procession marched three times
around the Hall.
A representation of a "Lodge," covered with white linen was then placed
iu the centre, and the Grand Muter,
having taken tho chair, under a canopy of state, the Grand Officers and
Masters of the Lodges repaired to the
places previously'.'pret»irod for their
reception. Tho three Great Lights,
and the Gold and Silver Pitchers, with
the Corn, Wine and Oil, were placed
around the representation of tho
Lodge, at the head of which stood the
pedestal, with tho three Great Lights
laid thereon, and upon another pedestal the Constitution on a crimson velvet
cushion.   A dedication wu then aung.
M. W. Bro. Milne, the Grand Mas.
ter, then briefly announoed the occasion of the assemblage, and the general purpose of the Masonic dedication
of Halls.
W. M. Mowat then rose and, approaching the East, addressed the
Gnidd Masterfiirf-fOlKrttsV,'-  '
Most Worshipful and Grand Master:
The Brethren of Union Ledge, No. II,
being animated with a desire to promote
the honor and interest of the Craft, having entered and furnished this hall for
their convenience and accommodation.
They are desirous that the same should
be examined by the M. W. Grand Muter; and, if it should meet his approbation, that It should be solemnly dedicated
to Maaonio purposes, agreeably to ancient
form aud usage.
The M. W. Grand Muter responded
as follows:
Worshipful Muter and Brethren: I
accept with pleuure the important and
interesting duty which you request of
me, and which our laws recognize u
necessary. In doing so, I take this occasion to express to onr brethren of Union
Lodge No. 9, our hearty appreciation of
the enterprising spirit which actuated
them in tho erection of a structure alike
creditable to our ancient Order, and an
ornament to this growing city, but in oo*
cortlance with the teachings ot our institution, it is our duty, before entering
npon any undertaking, to invoke tho
blessing of Ood. We will, therefore
unite with our Grand Chaplain In an ail
dress to tho Throne of Grace.
The Grand Captain uttered up pray
ere.
Worshipful Bro. Duncan, the Su
porintondent of Works, who superin
tended the erection of the Hall, advanced to the front of the Eut, and
addreued the Grand Master as follows:
Most Worshipful Grsnd Master: Having been instructed with the duty of supervising and directing the workmen
employed in the construction of this
edifice, and having, to the best of iny
ability, accomplished the task assigued
me, I now return my thanks for the
honor of the appointment, and beg leave
to return to you the Implements committed to my care when the corner-stone of
this structure wu Uid (presenting to the
Grand Master the square, level
plumb), humbly hoping that the result
of our labors will be crowned with your
approbation and that of the Most Wor.
shlpful Grsnd Lodge,
To which tbe Grand Master replied:
Brother Superintendent of Works: The
skill and fidelity displayed iu the execution of the trust reposed in vou at the
commencement of this undertaking, have
received tho entire approbation of the
Grand Lodge; and they sincerely pray
that this edifice may continue a luting
monument of the taste, spirit and liberality of Its founders.
R. W. Bro. Olute, Deputy Grand
Muter, then said:
Most Worshipful Grand'Muter: The
hall In which we an now assembled, sud
the plan upon whioh lt Is constructed,
having met with your approbation it i.
desired of the brethren that it should
now bs dedicated according to ancient
form and usago,
To which the Grand Muter replied:
Might Worshipful Deputy: Agreeably
to the request of the brethren we will
now proceed'with the ceremonies. Brother Grand Marshal, you will form the
Grand Officers in procession.    ■  ■ •
A Dedication Ode wu then sung. '
The Orand.MMahal. latmi Cm
    i in     n      *
1 Grind OScen in liogle file on the
north iide of the hall, facing Eaet, in
the following order: Grand Pursuivant,
A PuBt Master (wilh u light), Grand
Stewards with Kodi, Grand Sword
Bearer, Grand Organist, Two Past
Masters (each with a light), Grand Director of Ceremonies, A Past Matter
(with three great lights), Grand Superintendent of Works, Grand Standard Bearer, Grand Secretary, Grand
Treasurer, Grand Ghaplnin, Junior
Grand Warden (carrying vessel of
corn), Senior Grand Warden (carrying
vessel of wine), Deputy Grand Master
(carrying vessel of oil), Junior Grand
Deacon, Grand Master, Senior Grand
Deacon.
"Great Architect of tlio Universe!
Maker and Ruler of all the World! deign,
from Thy celestial temple, from realms
of  light and glory, to bless us in all the
Eurposcs of our present assembly! We
umbly invoke Theo to give us at this,
and at all times, wisdom in all our
doings, strength of mind in all our difficulties, aud the beauty of harmony in all
our communications! Permit us, O Thou
Author of Light and Life, Great Source
of Love and Happiness, to consecrate
this Hall, and solemnly dedicate it to the
honor of Thy Glory!"
At the conclusion the brethren responded:
"Glory be to God on high, on earth
peace, good will toward men."
The Grand officers then arose and
moved around the symbol of the
Lodge as before, during which the
second stanza of the* Ode waa sung, as
follows:
Bring with thee Virtue, brightest maid;
toting .Love, bring Truth, bring Friendship here.
While social Mirth shall lend her aid
To smooth the wrinkled brow of Care.
When the Grand Master reached the
East, the procession halted facing inwards, and It. W. Bro. Hoy, the Junior Grand Warden, advanced and
presented the vessel of Corn, saying:
Most Worshipful Grand Master: In
the dedication of Masonic Halls, it has
been of immemorial custom to pour Corn
upon the Lodge as an emblem of nourishment. I, therefore, present to you this
vessel of Corn to be employed by yoa according to ancient usage.
The Grand Master then called up
the brethren by striking the emblem
thrice on his gavil, uncovered, and
poured the Corn upon the emblem,
saying:
"In the name nf the great Jehovah, to
whom be all honor and glory, I do solemnly dedicate this Hall to Freemasonry."
The Public Grand Honors were then
given once. The Grand Master seated
the brethren, and the procession moved
around the emblem; during which the
third stanza of the Ode was sung, as
follows:
Bring Charity wllh goodness crowned;
Knclruled In thy heavenly robe;
DKViiHe tliy blessings all urouiu*
To every corner or tho globe.
■to
ease and comfort of the brethren. The
Lights on the right and left of the
East, South nnd West are of polished
brass and aro tbo motl handsome on
the coast. The windows are draped
with heavy cretonne curtains and on
the walls nre suspended various charts,
etc., pertaining to the craft. The
biblo, presented by Worshipful Bro,
Bishop Sillitoe, occupies a place on the
altar in the centre of the room. On
either side of tbe ante-room door
stands a tall pillar allegorical of masonry. The door is nicely decorated with
tastefully arranged boquets and vases
of flowers, which adds greatly to the
tont ensemble. The new hall is the
finest in British Columbia and is equal
to the best on the Pacific coast. It is
finished in native wood, into which is
cut, at intervals, symbols of masonry.
The master and members of Union
Lodge are proud of their new hall, and
well they may be.
SILK RIBBONS!
Thoso of imr readers wbo would like to
have an olegant, large package of extra
line, Assorted Ribbons {by mail), in different widths and all the latest fashionable ahades; adapted tor Bonnet Strings,
Neckwear, Scarfs, Trimming for Hats
and DreBses, Bows, Fancy Work, ftc,
can get an ostonishiug big bargain, owing
to the recent failure of a large wholesale
Ribbon Manufacturing Co., by sending
only £5 cents (stamps), to the address
we give below.
As a special offer, this house will give
double the amount of any other firm in
America if you will send the names sud
P. O. address of ten newly married ladies
when ordering and mention the name of
this paper. No pieces less than one yard
In length. Satisfaction is guaranteed, or
money cheerfully refunded. Three puck-
ages for 60 cents.   Address,
London Ribbon Aof.nct,
dwaplOyl Jersey City, N. J.
men Baby wss siok, ws fare atr Castoria,
When shs was a Child, she eried for Cutoria,
Wbea shs became Ulst, shs elong to Cutoria,
VkusbsbsdChUdna,shs|STsU_smCssteria
NOTICE
It. A. M.  NELSON LEAVES  Tomorrow (24th June), tor the Interior,
wilt return lu about 10 days with a
band of Horses and Brood Mares.  This
for those destr-
jettdlOt
will be a good opportunity fi
ing good animals.
When the Grand Master reached
the East, R. W. Bro. Ross, the Senior
Grand Warden, advanced, presenting
the vessel of Wino, saying:
Most Worshipful Grand Master, Wine,
the emblem of refreshment, having been
used by our ancient brethren in the ceremonies of dedication and consecration.
I present to you this vessel of Wine, to
be used ou the present occasion according to ancient Masonic form.
The Grand Master struck the emblem
three times and sprinkled the wine
upon the emblem, saying:
"In tbe name of the Holy Saints John,
I do solemny dedicate this hall to Virtue."
The Publio Grand Honors were then
given twiee and the procession moved
around the emblem, during which tho
fourth stanza was sung:
To Heaven's high Architect all praise,
All praise, all gratitude be given,
Who deigned the human soul to raise
By niyntic secrets sprung from Heaven.
When the Grand Master arrived at
the East, the Deputy Grand Master
advanced und prest nttiig the vessel of
oil, said:
Most Worshipful Grand Master: I present to you, to be used according to ancient custom, this vessel of oil, an emblem of that joy which should animate
ever}' bosom on the completion of any
important undertaking.
The Grand Master struck tbe emblem three times and sprinkled the
Oil upon the emblem saying:
"In the name of the whole fraternity I
do dedicate this Hall to Universal Benevolence."
Tho Public grand honors were given
thrice; when the Grand Chaplain advanced and made the following invocation:
And may the I/ml, tbe giver of every
good and perfect gift bless the brethren
here assembled, in all their lawful undertakings, and grant to each one of them,
in needful supply, the Corn of nourishment, the Wine of Kefresment, and the
Oil of joy.   Amen.
Response—So mote It be.
The Grand Marsha] then slowly recovered the emblem of the Lodge, accompanied by a strain of musio; after
which the Grand Master resumed his
chair, and the other Grand Officers
their respective stations. Tlie Grand
Marshal then made the following
proclamation:
By order of the Most Worshipful Grand
Master, I do hereby proclaim, that the
Hall, in which we are assembled, hss
been dedicated to the purpose of Freemasonry in due and ancient form. AU
persons interested will take notice and
govern themselves accordingly.
Brother Milne, Grand Master, then
addressed the lodge and congratulated
it on the solid progress made and on'
the beautiful block they had to-day
dedicated to masonry. ■
The following benediction was then
pronounced:
Blessed be the Lord who hath given
rest unto his people. The Lord our God
be with us, u He was with our fathers;
let Him not leave us, nor forsake us;
that Ho may incline our hearts unto
Him, to walk in all His ways, and to
keep His commandments and His statutes, and Hla judgments, which He has
commanded. <' ■
Response—Glory be to God on high,
on earth peace, good-will toward men.
' This ended the ceremonies and  the
Grand Lodge wu immediately formed
and proceeded to business.
THE NBW LOOOl ROOM.
The new lodge room is a large and
handsome apartment, 31x66 in size,
with a lofty, arched ceiling. The
room has been tastefully decorated at
considerable expenso and after much
.trouble on the part of the committee
whieh bad this matter in hand. The
floor is covered with a rich brussels
carpet, specially imported from Englsnd. Around the walla are rows of
.handsome -chairs and-sofr sofa*f Oi^tho-
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS,
§ BALED  TENDERS   WILL   BE   RE-
celved by ihe undersigned up to noon
Kit a rd ay, June Mih lust,, for the construction of a
School Uouse at Sapperton.
Plans ami speclflcatlonsean besoen and
forms for tender obtained al the Government offlco, New Westminster.
The lowest or any tender not neceuarlly
accepted.
C. WARWICK,
Gov't Agent.
New West., June 22nd, 188ft.     JeSSdldwl
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
SEALED TENDERS WILL BE HE-
celved by the undersigned up to.norm
of Haturday the 301h June, but., forthe
construction of an
Addition tothe Public Sohool House,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Plans aud spoof flcatlons can be seen
and forms of tender obtained at the Government office. New Westminster.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
C. WARWICK,
Gov't Agent,
Kew West., June 22nd, 1888.    Jc23dtdwl
SPECIAL
GRAND ENGAGEMENT!
Herring's Opera fa!
TWO NIQHTS ONLY.
Wednesday & Thursday
JUNS 87th and 88th.
EOXTC
COLORED MINSTRELS.
THE MINSTREL KINGS.
25 WirW -Jiiiitil 25
TWO CHUT SHOWS COMBINED.
A COLOSSAL ENTERPRISE.
SPECIALLY ENGAGED,
Mr. Wallace King, Prinoe ol Tenon
Grand Vocal Sixtitti,
kino,
DOWNS,
JAOKSON,
SPUED,
JOHNSON,
THOMAS.
OUR PRTEI1E OF COMEDIANS.
IRVING 8AYI.ES,
JOHN TAYLOR,
CHARLEY POPE,
H. COPELAND.
JACK EVANS,
WORLD'S CHAMPION CLOG DANCER.
THE MARVELLOUS
3 OONNOR BROTHERS. Q
Positively the greatest Acrobats on mrt*.
OUR CHALIENCE BAhTaNO ORCHESTRA,
Prof. Bruce, lender, will give a grand Parade and Drill WEDNESDAY at 9 p.m.
WATOH POR IT. ' ■:
tm* el tees, tew et al ■errtn's.
Non.-This —"*-fi***i nrmini"-r**"i*'*'
JUUy auk '<* MiMntWRmmTr Mai
Tpo.ji.rom San Francisco.        8lJ«t
JAMES ELLARD £ CO.
Have Just Received Direct from the Manufacturers,
 A FINE LINE OF	
Narrow Laces,
White & Colored Swiss and Cambric
Embroideries.
New Colored Embroidered Washing
Dresses,
Children's Chambray & Sailor Suits.
Ladies', Children's and Infants' Underclothing-.
All styles in Ladies' White & Colored
Aprons.
——I—<§m -V -Eb X 01 m    BIOHT      >*-*"
Call etnd Examlat.
LONDON   HOUSE,
dwjei8tc New Westminster, B. C.
F. CRAZE,
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL.   .
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, &C.
BKST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A lull line of Spectacles & Eye-Glosses in steel, rublm*, silver nmi ™: i
frames.   The finest Pebbles made, $4 per pair; all Bights suited.
Special attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having learned Ur i
business thoroughly from some of the finest Horologors In England, and sin™ tlieir
managed tho watch-repairing departments of a few of the best firms on the coiiti-
nent of America, is a sufficient guarantee ot gooil wm-krnanshiii. Formerly malinger for nearly 8 years of the well-known firm ol Savago b Lyman, Jlinitiirri!.
Charges Moderate.
Mooteial, Dec, 1887.—Mr. V, Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Esq., Chairman ol
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I nover found a Watchmaker who did so
well for nio as you did when in Montreal, and I am sorry you are not he re to-ilay."	
dwaplftc
A. M. HERRING,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
DI-lTTCa-OrlST
SUNDAY H01TRS.-MoKMiNO,fn>m 8:30 to 11 o'clock.
Aftkknoon, 1 to 3 o'clock.
Evenino, 6 to 9 o'clock.
13* PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS will be prepared at any time during
the night by a competent chemist, who sleeps on the promises.' Ring the night
bell,
HERRING'S   DRUQ   STORE,
Colnmbla St., New Westminster.
dwooete
Opp. Telegraph Omce,
D. S. CURTIS * CO.
, -WXIOX.miBJ-.X.XC    At   BETAI1
DRUGGISTS
Sole Agents, New Westminster, B. €.
C. McDONOUCH,
(LUNDBOM'S BUILDING, FRONT STREET)
1*
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hand an Extensive Stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries,  Boots & Shoes, Hats A Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, ftc
KIM'!    SB    -mO-ttW     8VITB.
Croat Variety of Household Articles,-  Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS,  POTATOES,  LIME and   GENERAL STORES.
S. B»—Farm Produce bought at marl
from tbe Interior promptly attended to.
PRESERVING SUGARS!
W.&G. WOLFENDEN
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CARLOAD OF SUGARS
direct from the Refinery, which they arc now offering on
the most reasonable terms. dwjc8tc
TO XiBT.
A DESIRABLE FURNISHED HOUSE
A. at Kamloops (faclni the river), from
lilt day of July until 4th day of Koj.it.mlmr
followlni, containing 4 bedrooms, a sit-
Una rooms, front andw ek kitchen, stable
and necessary offices. Water laid on, Use
of lee houso and poultry. Rent, 140 pel-
month.  References exchanged.
Apply lo O. riTTENDRMH,
dJeMMJeSO
Estate Broker, Ac,
Kamloops.
STOTXCH
A OOURT OF ASSIZE,  NISI PRIUfc
A   Oyer nnd Terminer and General Onol
Delivery will bo held at Donald, on Monday, tbe 23rd. Proximo.   '
By Command.
.ISMkMmiaam
AJilBml
.twin" ■—"— -■ rrnviuc
Provlnolal (Secretary1! Offloe
Utk June, IMB.
W.C. LOYE,
FuWlt Soot and Shoe llahr.
ItfpMrt»m Neatly Done.  Cork Iale
aorordera promptly attended to,
ClarkaoM St., fa rear or Colonial Ha?
tol, next to Rand Bros,' offlee, dnollc
NOTICE.
(TIHE ADJOURNED GENERAL MEET-
J. Ing of the shareholders of the New
Westminster Gas Co. tflll take place at
the Secretary's offloe oil SATURDAY,
JUNE Dth, at 3 p.m.
By order of the President,
EDWIN RAND,
Secretary.
IRE FIUCE OF GA8 WIM' BE FOtR
__ Dollars (f 1.00) per thousand feet from
(Els date, ir paid within ten 110) days,
One Dollar (tf.Od. per tawmiM illmunt
■wllt-tM minimi.
By order of tho Directors,
EDWIN RAND,
djolml leerolary,
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