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Array THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
—IS  PUllLWBED—
Kieiy Wednesday & Saturday,
0; ROBSON e% CO.
OFFICE COLUMBIA STREET. Ehtiiance to Editorial and Business Department thuouqh t, r.
Pearson & Co'a. Book & Stationery Store,
TKUM!*"».v Mail, $3 u yonr | tl 60 for 0 mos. t
JI fm lining,- iniyiiMc In AiWiuk-i!. Pelivuic-I
by Ciirilnror A(*(nit, $1 pur qunrtor, pn*rnlile
qam-lct-ly loOnrrlor or Agent.
AGENTS
T. N. Hibben & Co. Victoria.
T. R. Pearson & Ca > Yale.
TUIO   DADCD   m«y liud-innl on Mu lit
i nio rnrcn am. p. iii>,-.yh *<■.*. •«
Newsjwpei Ailvurtlnln-; It it ram (10 S|iruca St.),
where mlTii llsin-r contmcli may In* imiilu for It lu
WOT YOKK.
lite §ritislt ffiotambhm.
WediM-Mlny Morning;, .Inly 7, HiKii.
Current Events and Opinions.
The Herald is of. opinion tlmt
civil .service reform is dead, liecuUfle
the course nf tho President lias not
boen consistent.   It says thnt the
improvement which he may effect
will end with his retirement.   We
think that it is mistaken.   A definite and distinct progress in reform
seems to us evident.    Thus one of
tiie worst abuses of tlio old system,
tho political assessment  nf public
employees, 1ms. been in n #rent degree corrected, and-arbitrary dismissal for more partisan reasons is already stigmatized    in   the   public
minds as an outrage.   In the itidg
ment and expectation of the public
it has ceased to be a matter of
course.   These aro distinct and permanent gains, because they show a
cliango in public sentiment, and do
not depend upon the whim of any
public   oflicer.     When   President
Cleveland    retires,   his    successor
would  restore assessments   and
mere partisan  clean sweep at his
peril.   Even tho Democratic party,*
whose Bourbon element, which  is
very powerful, curses the President
for his reform courso,   would  not
dare to propose a complete restoration of tho old spoils system ns its
platform in 1888.    Its managers
are perfectly aware of tho public
enlightenment   upon   tho subject,
and the change of public sentiment.
and that is the measure of the real
progress of the cause.    Meanwhile
tlie course of President Olereland,
however inconsistent and open to
censure iu certain cases, aids that
enlightenment greatly, and promotes
that  change.    Nothing   could   be
more uncertain   and   inconsistent
than tho course upon this subject of
Presidents Grant and   Hayes and
Arthur.    But nothing is more cer-
tuin than the steady progress of the
reform, amid all the obstructions,
during thoir administrations.    He-
form   was declared  to be dead and
d—isposed  of,   n hundred    times.
But it lives to laugh its enemies to
scorn.    President   Cleveland   does
not do all that many reformers desire.    But he does more than any
othor President ever dared to do,
and his course will havo carried far
forward  and upward  the mark of
tho rising tide.—-Harper's Weekly.
The British Columbian.
VOLUME ;jo
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C, WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 1886.
NUMBER :
his reasons. It will be seen from
the recent Edinburgh speech that
(.1 ladstone keeps liis opponents
strictly to the point at issue, and
will on no account allow the public
mind to be distracted by m-)re details. It would indicate presumptuous folly, rather than far-reaching
insight, to speak positively of what
may bo the immediate issue of the
present contest. One thing, however, is certain. Whether now victorious at tho polls or conquered,
the cause which Gladstone champions will at no distant period win
the day, for that causo is substantially ono of generous confidence iu
opposition to that of uncont|ealed
distrust, of 'local - mftivajJenieMr- instead of bureaucratic centralization,
and ono in which friendship and
fair play are fully and for the first
time, to take the place of force.
If tho quest ion were between the
preservation of the empire's integ
rity or its dissolution there would
bn little difference of opinion, for
with few exceptions Englishmen
nnd Scotchmen are bound to maintain that integrity at all hazards,
and if necessary with the best of
their blood. But such is not the
question, for on that almost all are
agreed, j Tho great problem to be
solvd is how this integrity is to
be maintained and consolidated,
and everyone is pleading strongly
for his own solution. Never was a
more important issue placed before
the British people. The world
waits with hated- breath till the
answer is given, nnd in the meantime watches with ever - growing
wonder the words and ways of bim
who, although ho has not provoked
tho contest, has undoubtedly precipitated tho crisis, and now heads the
fight with all tlie chivalry nnd daring of a Henry of Nimwve. -Globe,
T\   HoLEAUr- BI. D.
Oflico nml Rffljlijance'—Occident Hotel,
Jn-TOli
H
New WcHtmf nstor, lt. C*.
M. COOPEK, a. A„ IW. D.,
PHYBTCIAN A HUHGEON.
OFFICE ami nKRlDENCK-Chureli Si.
(next door lo Farmers' Home), near
Columhla Bt., New Went minuter, Jt.C.
OFFH'E HOUH8-8 to 10 il. ill.; Ito 3 tind
11.710 lo 8 p. in. Cnl la In town and country promptly attended to. te'2ta
rvns. GARROW & HALL,
riiyHlcltiBfl, Hni-ffMlili «1 Acvoarliciim.
N. B.-WIII visit  Clillllwlinck onefl a
fortnight,
J, Garrow, M.D.
T.HylvestkiiHai.i.,M.I>.,I*S.A.
  Jeaile
DR*
P. WELSH,
wars
MISSEK.  MoKLHOY .(• KIT/,  HIJNItY
wish In Inform ilirr Lntlles of New
Westminster Hint lhey liavo ojioni'il ft
nress-Making Establishment
-AT-
trii-p lino's sunn:,(iii.m,,,, 8r,
Whore lhey will lio iirejuirerl lo execute
nit'' ordors entrusted to [horn In the latest
styles nml with nil oossllilo (Ipsimlcll.
Now Wosliiilimter. Ool. IJIJi, im.   no7
DENTIST,
Now Westminster, II. 0.
Colonlnl Hotel
It irate
Mnlot vi Regina.
Wlmtever opinion mnv be hold
about tbe merits of ibo strdjwlo nt
present goin^ forward in tlie United
Kingdom, we should scarcely think
there nre nny fnirly enlightened or
generous - minded individuals who
will not readily pay tlieir meed of
admiration to tbe ronlly "Grand
Old Man," who is by far tbe most
conspicuous figure in tlie "heady
light," iind who bears himself ns if
ho wore tho youngest instead of
being, ns lie is, the oldest warrior
in this veritable war of giants. Onco
and again lias Gladstone Iiml the
hoathor on tbe Scottish bills, and to
nil upponrnncc bo is going to do.
this once more, and that more cll'ec
tively nnd more extensively than
even he could ever have dreamed
of. He is fairly roused, and that
to a pitch which ho himself never
previously know. His coumgo rises
with the occasion, Tho old wnr
horso smolleth tbe battle from afar,
the thunder of the captains, and
the shouting. The mora be is do-
sorted by old true friends und once
trusted nontenants tbu moro dis
tinctly the grant! characteristics of
tho man stand out in bold relief,
and tho more apparently the public rallies to bis side. There is
something strikingly romantic as
well ns full of pathos in his wholo
nllitude and bearing, lie is seen
almost at his best when apparently
desertod nt his utmost need. Ho
says tn ono nud nil, ovon tbo ablest
and most needed, ''With you if nos
siblo, but without you if necessary."
Ho is determined that in tbis contest no trimming shall bo possible,
and no facing both ways shall bo
allowed. To talk of his mind giving Vay is pure nonsense. Every
ono who reads his speeches can in
this matter judge for himself, and
ho who sons decay in these would
do well to look to the slato of bis
own bruin. The people turn to hiin
because somehow tboy feel that bo
is true and to bn trusted. Ho has
a grand theme, and ho is turning it
to tho best advantage. It is a lime
of crisis, and the public heart bonis
quick, its Hood swells high. (Ilutl-
stono appears ns Ibo chivalrous ad
vocato of an opp.-sscd people, nnd
his silver tongue, if it retain its
power, will, ns in prist dnys, do
wonders. After nll it is not certain
that ho will sweep Iho country,
"i*eoplo's William" though ho be.
But mnny who may vote against
him will honor und respect hiin all
the same whilo thoy acknowledge
that, mistaken though they think
he is, they cannot but applaud the
tenderness and siinplieily of liis
purposo, and cannot but admire tlm Subscriber
niuiily direitiuiss anil power with "'l'"1,1 Jf}
which hodeseribrjshisaims and gives  w",,",,
Tho following is a copy of the judgment delivered by Mr. Justico Mo*
freight in this case:
It appears by tlm record in this case
that tho indictment waa found at a
court of oyer and turminor huld nt
Kamloops by a yrand jury summoned
bythe alionff of tho Clinton judicial
district, and that tho prisoner was
afterwards at tin: samo assize tried by
a petit jury likewise sumuimiud by the
said sheriH", found guilty and son-
ten cod-
It appears alsu from tliu record that
llio murder of winch (ho pra-miur win
found guilty wan eoimnittod at the 15*
milo croek within trip diBtriot of Knott*
nay, as defined under tlio, mineral
ordinance A. D. 18tiP, at a spot east
of Furwull. and not within the district of Iho sherill' of Clinton, and lhat
so hu was tried by a jury not iinpuii-
iit-lied, nnd which of courso could uot
have boon hnpB.ni)oiled from the visne
locality i>r district whoro thu crimo
was committed.
It nppeai-3, uiorcmcr, thnt nu order
of u court or judyo mis mado under
S. 11 of tlio vrimimil pr-icetlure nd,
A. D. 1800, "directing tho trial to be
"proceeded with in a district, county
"or placo other than that whore the
"aaid crime is supposed to lmvo boon
"cumnutted, or would otherwise l,o
"triable," aud the question is whether
theso facta do not show error, aud I
am of opinion that thoy do.
I am much inclined to think that
tho Sheriffs Act, A.D. 1873, soo especially S. 10, that of A.D. 1878, tor tho
appointment of a sherill'for Kootenny,
aud defining his jurisdiction, und that
of A.D. 1880, for the appointment of
ono for the Clinton judicial district,
and stating their dalius with reepoct to
jury process for criminal trials in their
respective district, to say nothing of
other acts referred to in tho hrgument,
are Biillicieiit to briuff thi-i province
within S. 1 Sub S. lof Iho Criminal
Procedure Act, 180!), and to satisfy
that provision of tho. interpretation
clauso, whicli says that tho oxpresaioti,
" disttict cuutity or place, ahall inclndo
"auy division Uf any provinco of Cau*
"tula for purposea relativo to tho ail-
" ministration of justico hi eriininul
"cases"; but in nuy ovon't it is plain
tliat Kamloops, to use tho words of S.
11, is a placo "othor than that iu which
" Iho olh-nce is suppoaeil to havu been
"committed or would uthi'nvUu he
"triable,1 and that, to warrant iir
trial which has l-ilu-n place, an ordor
-Mould havo been obtaincd'for a chunjji
iif venue.
T think also that 117 Vie., chap. 42,
(D) applying tins act to Uritish (Muiu-
bia (and see sue. 7) implies thai, if nuy
law hnd oxiatod in lli-ilit.li Columbia
for (ho trial uf an oHumlct-at a distanco
from thu neighborhood of the oomtni«*
•.imi of the crime, thai lair was to hu
repealed, and thencforth Iho procedure on a point of so much importance
was to bo uniform tln'fliijjliollt Iho
wholo of tho Dominion--and that,
moreover, indepoiiiieiilly of Inaction
on the pari of ihu provJncjnl legislature as to dividing the province in district or counties for purposes relative
to ihu adminialraiiiin of justico in
criminal ciiara.
It may bo added that iho couslruo-
tion placed hy tho allorney-geiioral on
a. 11 scoiiih lo givo no ofi'iu-t to tho
word "pl-m-u" but deals with the section as if the expression uai'-t wns "district of county," omitting "placo."
Tt is unnoceasnry to discuss Iho other
assignments of error and I give un
opinion on thom.
ri  E. V. BROWN,
PENTTST.
OF-KiCE-Ovor D. P. OurllsAC'o.'a Drug
Store, Coin in iiia Si., New West m Ins tor.
Hom-H-flto 12; l:30tn7.
Will visit Chtllhrliark the (list Monday
nnd two following dnys iu each montli.
Teeth pa Illicit niy extracted,    an 12
•pOltllOULD, UcieU, A ATKINSON,
BARRWTEllfi,
SOMOITORS, ETC.
Ofllce, Mckenxlo Street, Xew Westminster,
and Granville, U. G. delOtc
W.
NORMAN HOLE,
BARRISTEtt«AT-LAW.
Laud Agent. Money to Loan.
Columbia Street,
8e2to New Westminster, B.C.
AR. HOWSE,
,    Formerly Howse, Hill A Riokman,
be-j-s to announce that tie will resume business as
Surveyor, Heal Estate Broker anil
Conveyancer
On and after tlm 21st Instant.  Office, New
Caledonia Hotel, Murray St.. Port Moody
se!9to
HACK FOR HIRE.
mHK UNDERSUfNEI) lias eslabllsliaii
J- hlntftJlf In tlio City of New Westmlnsler with a l-'IItftT-t'LAHK
COVERED CARRIAGE,
Which Jh open lor Knim-jemi'iilM nt
very miHlernle Cliarst**.
Orders left nt tbo Colonial Hotel or sent
by teli-jiliono, will bo promptly attended
to day or night,  siable next If. Elllott'H.
JOS. C'A'i'J-H
Telephone No. .'III. mylte
JOHN PENBBRTIIY,
MINING AND LAND SURVEYOR,
ACCOUNTANT and
GENERAL AGENCY OFFICE,
Maps nud Drawings noaly executed.
Hinting* Btreet, Vancouver, IU'.
T.
J. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columbia Street, Now Woatmluster
All commission* will receive prompt
and careful attontlon. Best reforencea
given when required, tnhl2-t**i
J.C. HUGHES,
Real   Estate  Broker,  Auctioneer,
Conveyancing, etc.
Opposite Post Office,    Now Westminster.
Will shortly open an offloe at Vancouver, Coal Harbor.
Correspondence solicited. no28(c
VV. D. FERRIS,
UlDi BIS and Hi AEfENT
Ileal and Debt Collector,
SKVKBAL fiOOl) FAKMS FOB SALE.
imnl for lb- TilIVIJUU's I.IHJ ami
Al'UDKSiT IMII KlNd; COJUMNY,
llnrlfiirtl.   t'nnit.
OFFICEj-Forrls Slreet, New Westmlnsler. f0,to
AUSTIN BRIDE,
Carpenter & Builder
I'lims nnd Kiiccllldilliiiis for nil
hinds or Buildings cure
fully I'rcunrcd.
JOBBING NEATLY AND CAEEPUL-
LY EXECUTED.
All onlcrs left nt Occident Hotel, or' nt
the Bhop of 'V. Jolinson, Coiumbin street,
will receive prompt fitteiition. Your fn-
vor solicited. 'elite
TUiE^lETl & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WUAUP STREW - VKlTOIilA.
-a-CUBiTTa arena
Norlh British nnd Mercantile
insorance Co. Tor Malnlnml.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
DO Flnslniry Circus,
London, E. C.
H. KELLS,
Manufacturer ft Iinportorof
BOOTS a™
GEO. A. NEWMAN,
ARTIST TAILOR
loi'iHi'il.v rmpiHV-'d hy A. tires*
a smi, Vlclorln,)
HAS OPENED AN ESTABLISHMENT
na Ills own iiecoiitil, In Hie Citv nf
i\ew \\ *'i|iiiliisirr, ami Iiiim noeiinneutfoii
wtrntevei-wiili Ii Ih former employe*-**. A.
(Jregrr ji- son.   ivrsons wIslilnK
GARMENTS OF ANV KIND
Mltllii up In ilie Inteet siylis nnd In a
Hn,i•fins*. niHimer
Sin
Id .-mil
Imy.'lni
n QEO, A. NEWMAN,
Al aolilitone'a, Front H^-eot.
HO !for GRANITE CREEK
The Driard House
IS TIIK IIKST HOUSE To STOP AT IN
GRANITE CITK.
piIHH*Njr,ASH ACCOMMODATION, and
1' ilioliildeMijipllcd will) every posHl*
ulotloUenoy- Tlm hotel is under llieper-
Miiuii  ■"■i.-jf-oihonl of tho well-known
'UO'VCK A CAIRNS,
Proprlctorti.
J.A.CAWLEY&C0.
HAVING' PUBOHASE1) THE
Shingle Mill nm,
Painp Fnctor-f
Al I'OPC'UM, nre preiinrerl lo executo nil
Orders promptly nnd tn tho sntlsfutlon
ot llielrcustomers.
All lilmls rrril kVIMJ .ton,. |„ ur,|cr.
J. A. CAWLEY * (JO.
J"91" POPCUM, D. (.'.
'Merer, 11. I'. llri.vee.
WALSH
Tlie Mel Tailor
Columliia St., New Westminster.
TT AVING JUST HECEIVEDOUIl NEW
**-  spring Sloiik, wo Invite Inspecllonof
i- ilne.it KOlectlon of
i:nsiisii,
!*«ilrli, ds'i-rinan,
nud .Imcrlcan
E^SUITINGSI
Evor Khown In New Westminster- We
have sr-oured tho services of MB. HUGH
U'HAt(Ai\,upr(,etieal Cutler who hits had
IdngcxperieJibo in London, Paris,and the
lendingeaatcrn pities,and fornGOODKIT
and artist ie style we defy competition,
mhSOta THOS. WALSH.
SHOES
LiiiIU'n', «ni|n'.   *iumn(V ami 4'ltllilrt n'.i
KuiiIh, SIiocs mid Ciillcn
Mado to Order and Kepi on Hand.
COLUMBIA STMIT, " OPP. HYACK KALI
new Westminster, b.c.
ill IHI ('
a
STEAMER
S5
Cirtc.iao, June 30.—A tocnl paper says
to-ilay tliat nn cstnto said to ho worth
nil the wny frnmWOO-OOO.OHOtoSlOO,
00(1,000 b In-iil-* niiiitc ilie Hiil'j.'iit i'i in*
vestigiition, nml, if the clajins of alleged
liiir.i oan lm oatnblliliM, several millions
of dollar* are likely to come into p088M«
nion of Illinois ilaimants. Tlio property
in partly K-ati'il afounil Mercer street ill
Now York eity, covering about lOOnoroi,
ami on the Jersey shots, ft WM OWlloil
by ono Moses Mureer, u native ot Neot*
land, about the year ITtiO, unil waa
leased out for ninety-iiiiio yenrt, Thc
leaso having oxpiml soino years ago,
tbo heirs entered suit for iti icoovory.
lo tbo Vaiic'ourer Wf-I.ii/
reipiested to suiul in their
•esKuil to "Thk IlKitAt.n,"
H. 0, junto.
LAND SURVEYORS,
Iteal Estate, Insurance und
Commission A-vents.
FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT A MARINE INSURANCE
COLUMBIA 8TOBIST.
Telephone 32. saw HKsTUivsi I It.
PITT & CO.,
Real Estate, Mining
AND MONEY BROKERS,
General Commission Ag'ts
VANOOUVEE, B. C
LOANS NEGOTIATED.
temo
GLA[
CHANGE OF TIME,
TTNTIL KURIUER NOTIOE WILL
\J leave Ewen .t Co.'** wluirt ii(7a. m.
MONDAY fiir{.'HII,l,nVllAi*K and Wnv
l'liici'8, returning mi Tuesday. Will solo
ORANVIU,K and return on WEI-NKS-
DAY. Leave nl 7 ». in.riU'HSDAY for
Hdl'Kaud Way I'Iiuts, iolurnlny on Sul-
urday.
Through coiineellon with tlio'TEASER!
to nnd from Victoria.
Por Pr-ilt;lit or Passage, ttjiply on hoard
or lo
Mil. DRAPER-
«p3te on the Wharf.
FURNpRE
W. PROTHERO & CO.
HANDPACTDRKIIR AND IIKALKIIS IN
AM, KINDS OP FURNITURE,
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE GGMP-Y.
I Our Bboaii B*. anil 16 P/i.l Mai.1,,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
Tj-IOK INSURING HOUSES * OTHER
J1 ISiiililiugs, Gooils, Wares, Iferohun-
rlisc, .Mrrinifnctiiriiig antl Fanning Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Douk, and the
Cargoes of suoh Vessels; also, Ships build-
ins anil repairing, Marges and other Vessels on navigable rivors and canals, and
fiooth on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain anil Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
KROJI UISS (III JIAlMfiK BV FISH,
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,000,000 STG.
Kates of Premium and every information can be obtained on application to
iV. J. AllJISTBOUfi,
Agent for New Westminster.
J. G. BUNTE,
Importer and Dealer in
WulMTl
Spi-HiB, Hnlr- Wool nntl Straw
Rfattrciiei to Order.
Blnnkott.Chamber Beta, Window Shades,
Oil Cloths, Matting, Woll Paper,
HasketK, Bird Ciu-en, Flower Pols,
Hanging Banket*, pictured,
Prnmes, Brackets,
Baby Carriages, etc.
I'lriurcN rmninl nntl Uipalrtntc don*
to order.  Also,
Undertaking; Embalming a specially.
Sunnyside Hotel,
IIIUNVILLE, 1). 0.
II. 1IKM10H',     .      PRtn-HIKTOK.
Please give ns
elsewhere. ... _. „, i.iI
Opposite Post Offlce, Columblastreet.
uP"t« New Westminster.
cull before purchasing
J. G. BUNTE.
-ROYAL CITY-
Tfle tti tee!
SPENCE'S BRIDGE, B. 0.
nrn beg to inkorm vou that
we have leased lhe- Morton nonse
at Spenco's Bridge from Mr. Murray and
thai ll In newly fitted np nml comfortably
furnished. We would iwpeetfijlly solicit
your patronage and we promise If yon
will favor us with it to do nil we can to
satisfy you In every respeot, Mra. Reid,
who hns had inueli experience, will attend In the culinary department,
Vfe remain, yours respectfully
Jfor §alt ot le fUnt.
WmWWf
IX A pleahantpartofthecity
1 Apply to
WOODH, TURNER A GAMBLE.
 opiate	
FOR SALE:
ACRES - IMPROVED   FARM.-
Easy Terms. Apply to
\Y. C. McDOUQAU,,
JnlMo Elgin P. 0.
440
House to Rent.
COM PORTA BI.E DWELLING, Queen's
Avenue; conluins 7 rooms, with outhouses, &e. Apply on thobremlsw.
mbWto     MR8. WARREN DeBECK.
Store to Let*
fpiIK HTO
J. Lols nr,
Splendid li
.opposite lln- Colonial Hotel.
(H'tilliin for a dry goods store.
tplfiidlr
ViKsessl
Eii(|Ulroni tho premises,
„„ g(
•ossesslon given on or alinut AngiiHt next
' "     ' ' Jl'mySm
Je23m8
REID A XEYl
COME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLDEN,
HAVING^ TAKEN. POSSESSION OP
the "Temperance House,"fronting
on Columbia and Church Streets, opposite
the Lplscopal Church, and now known
as the
FARMERS'HOMEI
Will accommodate the traveling public
at the following rates:
Board per day *-■ oo
"      "   week  5 oo
Single Meals     g-
Beds , ##im    25
WLGood accommodatloi: for ndlesnnd
families. my9tc
COMPANY, LIMITED,
Richard  Street,
EC,
REMOVED
•rToshopI
lately occupied by M
Coiumbin. Stroot.
Call uml examlno our sto<'i* m
before tiiiyliiv.   \y
clly.
Uepiilri
Ofllll
; iiiiil prices
MllKSOI.n
ny
\V. PROTHERO A i
RAND BROS.
|*»KAL KRTATK UHOKKltS,
Coiiv«yRncer>t Collietorii
And liuiii-iinir ARrnlii,
Ofileofl at VICTORIA: Porl Street,
NEW WESTMINSTER: Columhla St., Opposito Post OHIi'i*.
VANCOUVBH. Cordova Slreet.
BUILDING LOTS for sale In nll sections
of Vancouver nnd New Westminster Uity.
FARM LANDS of superior qunlity for
sale at Chllllwliiiek, I'ort Il-tmmniid,
I-iiii«U-y, Malsipil, SiiuuiH, Mad I!nv,I-ni|
ih-i'n Uinillm*, Lulu Islnnil, North Arm
nml Pill River,
Map-iand Plans exhlhlfed ami lhe full*
est Information fnrulslHvlalalloiirotltces
toBUlc
Port Hammond Nnrsery I
VfOW IS THE TIME TO HBND IN
ll yonr onlcrs, If you wanl some <if
those nlco fruit or oruainetitiil trees,
shruhs, oto.- fiom untarlu. As I return
ahout the middle or .Inne to se|||eup mv
iitTiili-s lliei-naiid f-omi-oiii this fall willi
tbo sloelt for mv nursery here, and will
seli'il mid hi'l ii it your orders rluM alonir
with me for this full ami no\l spline's
nliiiillnj,'. 1 will NiilNfvnll hnl i astoqiia-
IH.V of trees ami fruit, ami I nil be sell led
hero in the hu-tlne.is so ymi will know
where lo Unit me. All eoniintinleallnns
art''!-the liilililleof.liineniiivbeiiililreHMeil
lo uie nt Hnwmanvllle,Onl,,orlo('nrlelini
A llmrls, port Hammond,
G. W. HENRY,
inj'Wla Port Hammond P.O.
Everybody says they
are poor, but I havo
grown rich by keeping the best articles
in niy line, and not
having two prices but
treating all alike.
"Very Small Prollls mul Quick
Returns," Ik my motto.
GUNS,
Killug,  ItcvolvctP- Ammunition, Flailing
'IVklc, ami all other sporting goods.
W.E. AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
Bozioral If erokasdiso!
A large Assortment of
DRY GOODS
-AND-
GROCERIES
ALWAYS ON HAND.
KCay and. Feed
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
HOOII ASU COAL DKUVEREB TO
AM PART OP THE (Ifl.
We rnn two si.
to Port Moody, c
As nolh|iioi-o
temperate hnbl
sorve tlie public
-'csdally.oxeeptSundnys,
MTjrlng H.M.&mnllB.
tobiteeolsmed wo can by
a and careful economy
il especially loir rales.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALKRS
IN ALL KINDS OF
ROUGH AND DRESSED
LSMUR
Shingles,
Shakes,
Laths,
Pickets,
TEMPERANCE
RESTAURANT
Cor. Mary and Columbia Sts.
Oxen for Sale.
A YOKE OF I.AIlflK OXEN, WIH'M?
ninkf bikiiI lirsili'i-sforiiloBiihiBtt'iiiii.
Apply lo        JAMES UANGB.
Now WeatmliMler, Nov. 12, WO.
_ HOHtC        	
FOR_SALE.
ONE-HALF INTERKSTIN the LANG-
IcySaw and PlnnliiK Mill; mill in
good order. For particulars apply on the
premised to H.WE8T.
Or, Messrs, DRAKE. JACKSON.
aplSto 4 HELMCKKN, Vletorla.
Farms for Sale
ON NORTH ARM OF FRASER RIVER.
Tlie iiiHMslgnorloflbm for railo Mrtlal-
ly Improvoil farms of tlio followlngslsps:
110 aores, 80 acres, 100 acres, aoacres.
For terms, etc., apply to
Wm. B. RO-WLINB,
letlto Norlh Arm.
BOAT FOR^ALET
AVELL-BUILT BOAT, about .1 Tons,
copperfastenod.newlypuluted, and
flrst-class order-together with nil be-
longlnjfa complete, viz.: -mil. jib. oars,
rowlocks, rudder, robes, 4c.*-all In -rood
order. BWCan be had cheap.
Applyto C. G.MAJOR.
 JnSlo
A
MISS KUMB'RY IUS OPENED A
llrat-cInsM BA&nUng House and Res-
taurnutln the preinlses/brmerlroccupied
by Mr. vf. H. Keary.
Boarders taken by the day or week, and
patrons of tho limine secure all the comforts of a home.
Meals served at oil reasonable hours.
Hot cnifcc and llglit refreshment*.   Free
reading room  attached.    Miss Rnmerv
personally suiwrln tends the e«okInff.
TERMS MODERATE.
nihntc >
THE
F. CRAKE,
I'llACTtCAi
A full lino of
BAR FIXINGS,
ncluiliiig TunilileiM,   I-'ancy   Decanters,
Cards, Ulco, Puker Chips; a large
MEortmont of
OUTLERY, YANKEE    NOTIONS,
And all oilier Fancy Goods.
Pipes, Tobueeii and Cigars lllltl ntlier
li'liipeniiiee IcIiih from n needle lo im anchor, loo ini'iillon io nuineroiis, all of
which cim bo inspected al ihe
HOLE IN THE WALL,
imhln Slreel, New WoMnilnslei-, 11. 0,
iiplilo
JEWELER,
COLUMBIA STRFET,     NEW WESTMINSTER.
rtpiionits < iihtitiiftimtii a foX
mum
IU lllll
WI.ATK MANAOElt FOR SAVAOE S
l.VMAK, MONTHEAI,.
Cliriiiiiiinclcrs, lirponlers, Chrnno-
gnililiei's, and nil One Wntrb
roimlrs n Spoclnlly.
A NV ONE KAVINO WATCHESMilloh
jPj r'""'" "'''" '"Jiiifii liy Incomiieti'iil
»nt 'll I'r'I'rrlrr'lJr iriio lio mil, o «,,m| |„ llP„.
nuiilii. JKWfl.llY irr nil kinils' maile anil
ii'liiilmil. All wnrk ivarrantoil; clinntos
Ksllniatos given froo of clinnjo.
tlUlll.'l
«{<55»*V-ITII.IM, KIMX, and other
,r**" Wiilrhes anil Jen -Irj r.enper
limn any ntlirr house In R.,'.
l.llll'AN J.I'IJM  WIMllNil  WATCHEtt,
accltralu tlmekoopDMi|83j nsnul nrir-i', K-i
ilelltir
Election Notice.
N1
OTrOK   IM HEHKHY (IIVKN that I
Pjwlnled Charles 0, Major, of
New Wextinlnslor, iny iiEent
> Iho nel. for the iim-miiehlni*-
JOHN ItolWUN,
Jotnttl
Net Floats, Trays
AND ALL KINDS OF
Wood Furnishing for
Canneries,
Doors.
Windows,
-j Blinds.
Frames.
Mouldings.
Brackets.
Knilinj-s.
Balusters.
IVewels.
Plain * r«nc* t all Kindt of
TURNED    WORK.
in
HASTINGS, B. I.
THIS FINK AND COMMODIOUS
new Hotel has been recently completed and is furnished with overy convenience for the comfort of guests. The
situation and accommodations are unsurpassed ou Burrard Inlet, which has become the most fashionable
WATERING PLACE
in British Columbia The prospect is
chnmiinc, the sea breezet are invigorating, ana the facilities for bathing and
boating are excellent. Private Sitting
and Dining Booms. Suites of apartments for families or parties. The Bar
is entirely detatched from the main
building.
First-class stabling and feed for Hors*
.   Busses to and from New Westminster twice a ilny.
QEO. BLACK,
Jy28to Proprietor.
Notice to Persons in Search
of Farms.
THE TOWNSHIP OF SURREY CON-
i-iliiK f-evernl Farms which nre for
salo. The land Is of excellent Qnnlitv—the
very best in Iho province. Tlm Keeve
and Council arc moil anxious to Kceure
deslrnblo settlers. Application to them
will receive prompt attention- The ronda
In tlm township nro pood, and thero nro
elniivhes, s-cliools, unil n town hnll,
THOS. SHANNON, Roeve,
Clover Valley P O.
H.T. THRIFT, Clerk,
.Iiil2ic Hall's PmirloP. O.
iHElRifTsircS
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Furnishes all Kinds or Help
Free of Charge,
Farm for Sale I
THREE   HUNDRED AND TWENTY
Acres In Township Two.   Good for a
Ntock form." Fresh wnter stream running
through centre of farm,    partly prnirie
nnd aider.   Good log house.
For terms, Ac. apply to
WOODh, TURNER A GAMBLE.
NewWest„n.C.,20th May, 1880.   inffimS
For Sale or To Rent.
THE UNDERSIGNED Offers a Farm for
for sole or rent. Also, Milch Cows
and young Cattle, Hork, and a few young
Horses. There arc several pairs of good
steers thnt would mnke excellent working
oxen. Also, one of tlio largest and beet
Bulls In the province. Tho stock Is nll
very gentle.
M. NICHOLSON,
mh3tc MountLehmanp.O.
FOR_SALE.
THAT DELIGHTFUL RESIDENCE ON
Lot7,sItunted on Provost street, between Mary and McKenzie streets, now
In tno occupation of dipt.Grant; contains
8 rooms with uaual olliees.
Valuable City Lot*.
Farms near City.
Farms ou Pitt Meadows,
Farms on Mud Bay.
80 acres of Liuidnt Whonock Rnilway
Station.
7-1 acres of valiinhle Laud 2 miles from
City on Eftstiiigs Road; 1800 cords of Cedar could be cut.
Apply to
. ™,       r      CAPT. PITTENDRIGH,
JcMtc     Land Agent, New Westminster.
FOR ^ALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
3 MILES FROM LADNER'S
Landinc, on t)i» Trunk Wagon
Road; twootlterroadsrunninRthrotig))
the premises.   Applyto
de*2tc
E. A. WADHAMS,
Ladner's Landing,!*.C.
NOTICE.
VANCOUVER
fl OFF
n to
Crock,
CAN
PFEHEKN HY THE FIRE desiring
build oh ihe South sido of Knife
SECURE   LOTS
in axM AND :mi
WITHOUT CASH PAVMEXT.
Appl v In
Joltllo
HENRY V. KllMONPS,
New West.
Notice to the Public.
OUE BUSIM AGENCY,
Till YOO WANT TO BUY OR S!*'.U. A
J 7   IhiMitKwi, taken partner, etc.
PICKERING & CO.
OFF10EJ Foi< Street, between Doty-las
office! i-oii street; bctwowl DouglM
ntld'HroiiKbtKi, VICTORIA, Il C. P.O.
box All. nlb27
ESTABLISHED 1859.
TAMES MORRISON who 1ms been for
w (tftocn yenrs ungflffAil lit the City of
NewWi'Stinlnster us Convevnnccr, Land
and General Aiconl, Auctioneer nnd Collector of Rents, Debts, 4-c, has removed to
Vancouver Clly. He has had considerable
practice In thc County and Polico Courtis;
and as his ehnrt-cs were always moderate
lie linpes for a continuance nf jnihllc con-
fidenee. His offices nre over Mr. Wllscin's
store, Vnncouver City,
Vancouver PMy,#tlWnmh-IMA.
* mhflic
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Xtwf.T opposite tie Colonial Hotel,
■NUW WESTMINSTER.
THK LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
•smtraont of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VE8ETABLES
Constantly *« hand, and supplied to Fam.
illi's, I'cstwnwts, and Steamboats at tlia
LOWK8T. POSSIBLl* PRICKS.
3F*or Sale!
.     (ON EASV TERMS)
6 span of Work Horses,
10 Car Mules,
0 Team Males,
4 Saddle Horses,
2 yoke Work Ox	
1 Carriage Team,
1 Piano la good order,
3 lamp Carls with Iron Axles,
A number of second-hand ""'heel
Barrows,
1 Butkeye Mower (new),
1 Itblca Hay Hake.
For lisrlltriihtrs iijiiiJ.v lo
T. .1. TRAPP,
'rij'lilli' Aiurllmiwr. N. \V.
Even Man lo Ills Own Business
•A..   FESLIl.
PRACTICA1.
CHEMIST* DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(oee coloniai. noTJJLi,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   U. C.
Physicians' Prescriptions and Family Recipes a Specialty.
N. B. — Only ticnulno Drugs uecil.
0^-er twentv veors' experience.    nir2.°
New ffcslmlnslcr, Coal Harbor
nnd Seattle Route.
THE STEAMER
(.1. W. TAHTE, Master.)
WILL LEAVE SEATTLE EVERY
Namtnjr Hernia* at , o'clark, for
New Wostniiiistcr anil Coal Harbor, via
Port Toirnsenit and Hie Islands; arrives nt
Now Westminster on Tuesday forenoon,
leaves for Coat Harbor about four hours
afterwards; loaves COAL HARBOR Ta-e-
*,) MuMforrlenttle.
Fare la JVallbr, »4.M
l'r»l«»l prr l.a  4,H
Special rates lo morolinnls.       aplote
FAIR WARNING.
I Lt, ACCOUNTS nilE THE TINnER-
V signed must be paid on or beiore tlie
"• of July next, otherwise they will be
Ihe bands of a collector.
placed lut;
JeJdtil
OEO. HOWISOK. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Ranch for Sale A
Dissolution....Corbould, McColl Ao.
Dry Goods D. Dryadule & Co.
<Jht glvitiflh Columbian.
WMlnentlu) MurnlUK. July Ji "*»•«•
Better Terms or Repeal.
The Week is of opinion thut the
Nova Scotia secession movement
will not result in separation, but in
a vigorous and possibly successful
demand for better terms. Separation was put forward clearly as the
question upon which the election
was to bo decided, und tho electors
pronounced an emphatic opinion
upon thut question by electing 31
repeal candidates in a house of -'IS.
But it is claimed that among the
voters it was fully understood thut
repeal was only a bluff, and that it
wns simply meant as a trump curd
by means of which better terms
might be secured. .But there is,
perhaps, as much danger in better
terms as in repeal of confederation.
It is tho granting of better terms
that has so often endangered tlie
whole compact under which Canada
became a nation. First one province demanded hetter terms or separation; then another, and another,
until the whole basis of the original
agreement has been changed. This
system having once been inaugurated, one cannot calculate how far
its mischievous effects may go. They
Imve already gone far enough to
show that the whole scheme of confederation may be destroyed unless
something can be done to readjust
it upon a basis that will be fair and
acceptable to all the provinces. Tf
the adhesion of Nova Scotia is secured by better terms now, it will
soon become necessary to pacify
the other provinces by the same
process; and these matters will have
to be managed with consummate
skill if the integrity of the nation
is to be maintained.
Unworthy Weapons.
Before this paper reaches most of
our readers the elections will have
been closed, and the fate of the candidates determined. It is a matter
of regret that the contest lias been
conducted with so much bitterness
and such disregard to truth. It is
a great pity that in political cam
paigns tbe discussions could not be
confined to matters which legitimately belong to politics. For the past
month the columns of the opposition
press have been full of tlie wildest
assertions in support of wliich not
the slightest particle of evidence has
been offerer and crammed with personal allusions which are a disgrace
to the profession. Some government
organs have not been by any means
free from these faults, but wc are
sure every disinterested judgment
will admit that in this matter the
government organs have been much
less culpable than those of the opposition— the Guardian and the
Times especially. We do not see
any reason why politics may not be
discussed with as much fairness and
moderation as other public questions
upon which men differ, and'without
resorting to wholesale misrepresentation and unmanly devices. Not
only newspapers have been filled
with misleading statements, but fly-
sheets, such as the famous opposi
tion poster, scatter the same noxious
seeds, and the candidates themselves
are not above taking advantage of
these untruthful aids to deception.
In order to guard against this insidious poison the electors ought to
keep themselves informed on all
public questions. A mind full of
information cannot easily be imposed
upon by adventurers or those who
rely for success upon misrepresentation.
Monday's Meeting.
The political meeting on Mondny
njght was anything but creditable
to tbe opposition.     The  meeting
was called by Mr. Ferris, who had
a perfect right to reply to any speech
made, either himself or through u
substitute.   This right Mr. Bole denied, and his noisy supporters backed
him  up in the unjust position he
took.    There was a drunk man in n
front seat, evidently put tliere for
the  purpose   of  interrupting   thc
government speakers, uud he did liis
part thoroughly.   In somo of the
back seats there were people not
drank  who behaved not much better than  the one in front.    These
men  kfpt shouting every few minutes so as to interrupt the speaker
and produce disorder.   About them
were a number of sympathisers who
cheered as they were directed, and
we are sorry to say that Mr. Bole
encouraged, instead of repressing,
this disorderly and ungentlemanly
conduct.    Any person listening to
the addwsws co"1*1 not ** at rt lo8S
to  discover  the reason why Mr.
Bole wished to avoid facing a publio
meeting.,.jppe looked in vain for a
single wHtaatfad reason produced
why tho government should not bo
sustained. Tliere was no attempt
to deny thut the government's treatment of this city and district had
been most generous. It could not
be denied, for the proof was too
clear—proof that in the lust 3J,
years the present government had
expended here in public works
eleven times as much as the government io which Mr, Bolo lius sworn
allegiance. The chief indictment
lay in the grievance of the squatters at Coal Harbor, n grievance
the history of wliich may be read
in the report of the committee of
the house which rejected tlio claims
of these so-called squatters. In
connection with the proceedings of
this committee Mr. Bole mnde aev-
eveml important statements which
Mr. Cunningham, who was a member of that committee, flatly denies,
Mr. Bole was not a member of the
committee, and must have been misinformed, The opposition programme is absolutely wanting when
one come? to look for any kind of
platform. There is no such thing
to be found anywhere. Mr. Bolo
laid down no scheme of reform and
no course of action—nothing for
tlie pefiplo to accept (but himself)
in lieu of the present administration. The manifest emptiness of
the programme and tho miserable
tactics employed on Monday night
are not creditable either to Mr.
Bole or his friends.
The British Elections.
The feature of to*day's polling is a
grent number of absiMituli-jua. In
nearly evory oase votca are greatly reduced in number. The Liberals have
won seats in Eust Leeds, Southwest
Manchester, North Manchester, nud iu
the exchange division of Liverpool.
The Tories have won seats in South
Halford, West Hrilford, Hastings, Falmouth and Soqfch Bristol, a net Tory
gaih of two. The Unionist candidate
for Nowcastle-under-Lyno holds his
seut, notwithstanding frantic efforts to
defeat him. The Cnionist candidate
at Bristol is equally successful. Jacob
Bright, Gladstonlah, brother pf Juhn
Bright, is elected iu Manchester. Sir
T. Brassey, Glndstonian, who left Hastings "to contest Liverpool, was defeated. At Stockport, Jennings, Tory,
received 4,702; Gedge, Tory, 4,405;
Laise, Liberal, 4,184; and Duvey, Liberal, 3,938. In West Leeds, Herbert
Gladstone, 5,220, and Williams, 2,970.
.It ia feared thnt to-day's polling will
depress the Liberals.
George Keynoch, principal member
of a liiive ritlo firm in Birmingham,
who is tho Tory candidate for Astor
Manor, in a speech last night said that
if the Loyalists of Ireland wore obliged
to appeal to arms he, himself, would
be prepared to contribute, within
forty-eight hours 10,000 as good rilles
as were over made, together with 2,-
000,000 cartridges. This remark wai
received with deafening cheers by the
auditors.
Yesterday's elections indicate nothing clearly except the close nature of
the contest. The Unionists maintain
a lead owing to the numbor returned
without opposition. Tho returns from
boroughs no far contested show a balance of parties. Manchester returns 3
(ihulsi-miiuia and 3 Unionists; Liverpool,'.! Unionists and 2 GladBtoiiiiins;
Bristol, 3 Unionists and 1 Glndstonian;
Leeds, 3 Gladstonians and 2 Unionists.
The only Scotch election was in Perth,
which returned a Gladstonian by a
small mnjority. In three London divisions, Enst Paddington, North Pad-
dington and the Strand have givon immense Unionist majorities, returning
respectively Lord Randolph Churchill.
L. L. Oohon and W. H. Smith. Gladstone's denunciation of the Unionist
candidate at Carlisle produced tho return of the Glodstonian nominee, but
Mr, Caine, although opposed by the
opposition of the premier, succeeded
in Barrow. The feature of tho elect ion
is the general smallness of majorities;
for example, Mr. Armitnge, Gladstonian, who carried West ffalford by only
55 majority; and in Central Leeds the
majority of Mr, Balfour, Unionist, wns
13. In Scotland division of Liverpool,
T. P, O'Connor's majority was 1,480.
London, Juno 3.- -At 4:30 this p.m.
113 Tories, 23 Unionists, 43 Liberals
and 17 Parnollites havo been elected.
Both political parties aro disappointed
at present results of election. Tlio
Tories to uso the expression of Lord
Randolph Churchill wore cocksure of
making greater headway than they
have achieved. Tbo Liberals profess
to be gaining iu spirit. Tbey point
out that although tho Tories have made
n net gain of 2 yet tbo Gladstones havo
won Carlisle and Luitli against tho
Unionists, which practically makes tbo
ballot Ho,far.a.draw.
possession of tho City Point reaohed
Sliolbunio from Ottawa this afternoon.
Captain Qnigley immediately ordered
the schooner to be taken iuto one of the
town wlinrvcs. Sho will remain In dock
there until further orders are received
from Ottawa as to whether she will be
stripped or not. Tho cruiser Terror captured two American fishing schooners
last night at Sand Point, near Sholburnc,
and took them up tho latter harbor tbis
morning. The schooners captured are
the George W, Cashing and the C. B.
Harrington, both of Portland, Maine,
Halifax, N. S,, July 2.—A telegram
from Sholburnc, N. S., to-night states
thut tho Dominion cruiser Terror this
afternoon formally seized the Portland
fishing schooner City Point which was
forcibly detained at Shelburne yesterday
for an alleged violation of tbo fisheries
treaty. The authorities will await Instructions from Ottawa before stripping
her.
Paris, July "2,—The Panama canal
committee to-day examined tho decree
of thc ministers and M. Hosseau, They
all urged the government to sanction the
proposed Panama canal loan.
RojIB, July 2. —Cholera is greatly increasing in Brhidlsl und surrounding
villages
A Qoldkn Opinion.—Mrs, Wm. Allan, of Acton, declares that Hugyiiid's
Yellow Oil is the best household remedy
in the world for colds, croup, sore throat,
burns, scalds, nud otlicr painful com*
plaints.   Her ophiion is well founded.
-T*
A Miit.-aiuiT Alarm.-There is scarcely any fright more alarmim* to a mother
than the ominous sound of croup—so
liable nt the hour of night. When Hagyard's Pectoral Balsam (for the throat
and lungs) is ut hnnd, croup and distressing coughs lose hnlf tlieir terrors.
It uiires coitghs, asthma and bronchitis.
HM FMM AU PARTI OF THE WMU.
Ht JoiiN'n, N. F., .Tunc 2fi,~-liotli
shore und lunik (ishcrieii have boon most
successful iu Newfoundland. .Salmon
and codfi-ili arc particularly abundant.
The fish aru ravenous and are easily
caught, Thc Bt, John Telegram bitterly
denounces thc Canadian government for
henly affording to Portugese Jews fishery privileges whicli tbey refuse or attempt to refuse to Americans. Sir Am-
| brose Shea hns gnne to England in cun-
' neotton with tbe French shore difficulties.
Halifax, July 2, —Consul-General
Phelau did uot receive tbe official intelligence of the seizure of the Portland fishing schooner, City Point, at Sholbuiiio*
until a late hour this evening, The
United States consular ageut at that
point telegraphed that a vessel had been
seized by the captain of tho cruiser Terror, and stated that lie would send full
particulars by mail. Earlier in the day,
before the news of the vessel's seizure
came to hand, Consul -Genoral Phi-Ian
received a telegrnm stating that her detention, which was reported last night,
was caused by her enptain allowing the
men to land with their clothing before
she liad repotted to tho customs nuthori*
tie*. Instructions upon which Captain
Quigley of the cruiser acted in taking |
Dissolution ^Partnership.
MESSRS. CORBOUI'D, McCOLL i
Atkinson tiuve dissolved r-nr'iu**-
Plllp by mutual consent, Mr. Atkinson retiring tram the llrm. Messrs. Curium kl A
MeUoil will continue In partnership together as formerly, Jlj-713
GOOD RANCH for SALE.
Q,fO ACRES ON (IRANI) PRAIRIE.
04"-;. Hest lund In upper country; title
orown (tnint; ull feiu-cd; 2 cross fences;
good dwelling houso; excellent wnter
privilege; 8 ditches for lrrlgultoiiillid domestic purposes. Good roads) :w miles
fmm Kamloops. Terms easy. Purt under
cultivation,     Applyto-
A. CLEMES,
JlyTml Spence's Bridge.
NOTICE.
VANCOUVER
SUFEKHKIW BY THF, FI11E desiring
to bultrl nil tho South slileof Knlse
Oroolu,
CAN   SECURE   LOT8
ix awa and m
*     WITHOUT CASH PAYMENT.
Apply lo
Ji-llltC
Granite Creek!
lilting' Bescrlirtlw and Mile of
(irunlte Creek and slmll-"
;«kamccn Country,
Deslciietl for llic hsiS of tlio Emigrant
Tourists, Sportsmen and Gald-scekers.
FEIOE, SB OTS.
For sole by T. lt. rCAliSON ts CO.
Now Westmlntrtor mill Vuiurouvcr.
 ii[i2llo	
ESTABLISHED 1
The*. West Shore
~"\b '3S3333
For the balance of 1885, Including the
niiimiiiHlh holiday numher, to ull who
Siiil'serllii' now for ISSll.
With the Jnuunry Issue THE WEST
SIHHU-: will he-fln Itstwi-lflhyeiir. Every
number contains original llliistrutloiiKof
sct'iicry, iiiwiik uml Industries in the Pa-
elllo North west .cqimlinu In eseellencetlie
Iigri productlops of Eastern mogiulnes.
The contributed articles, general literati! i-e uml stories are entertaining and care*
fully edited, making the magazine a
chaste fumily visitor. Tho comments ou
events of lnteresl to this region und the
largo amount of Information concerning
our various roaources'and thc progress of
development given In every number render It extremely vnlunble. Nofiimllj can
afford todo without it. mul every one II-
iimiclnlty Interested In the I'ueiflc North-
w.-jst in- desirous of learning Its resource*
will tind il invaluable.
If the subscription price (J2 per yoar) Is
sent In now you will he entered for 1K80,
mid Ibe remainder of 188.*) will be sent as
a premium.
I,. SAMUEL,
■ait lib)      122 Front Slreet, Portland Or.
I'. PEEBLES.
.I.W.IIECKLEY
Peebles \ Heckley
(NEAR MERCHANTS' SQUARE)
FURNITURE
MANUFACTURERS,
—AND-
UPHOLSTERERS
Bpring nnd Wool Matlreiwei nnd
llcddlng always on hand.
HAVE ON HAND TIIK
I.IIH.IJST Hill BUST MTIM'K Ul' IIR
Ml I UK (Ml THK tlAIM IMI.
KhIIiiuiIoh for Otlleo nntl Store FIIUiirb.
Wo |iiir|ione mldlng Undurtnkln-.
jlyJIM
Vegetable
Sicilian
HAIR
HALLS
RENEWER.
Tiie great popularity of this preparation,
after its test of many years- should be an
Hisurnm-c, even to tho most skeptical, that
It Is really meritorious. Those who have
used IIat.l'6 II aih ltnNKWEli know that
it docs till Unit is eliiliniii.
It causes new -growth of hair on bald
heads—provided the hnir follicles tire not
dead, which is seldom tbe case: restores
nntural color to pray or faded hair; preserves the sculp healthful and clear of
dandruff; prevents tho hair falling off or
chnngiuK color; keeps It soft, pliant, lustrous, nud causes It to grow long and
thick.
Hall's Hair Hrnewkk produces Its
effects by the healthful Influence of It*
vegetable Ingredients, which invigorate
and rejuvenate. It Is not a dye, uud li
a delightful article for toilet use. Containing no ulcohol. It docs uot evaporate quickly ami dry up the natural oil,
leaving tho hair harsh nud brittle, ub do
other prepu ml Ions.
Buckingham's Dye
ron tub
WHI3KER8
Colors llieni hrown or black, ns desired,
mul Ih the best dye, because It Is harmless;
produces a permanent natural color; and,
being n single prepnnition, Is more convenient of application than nny other.
PMPARID DT
K. P. HALL $ CO., Nashua, N. H.
-Sold by all Dealers hi Medlclnw,
TEACHER WANTED.
WANTED FOR MUD BAY SCHOOL,
a male Teacher holding a provincial ccrtilleiito not lower timn -Jiul A. Ono
wbo lias bail noma experience preferred.
Applications addressed tothe mid'-rslf-itcd
will be received until thc2llt.li July.
Jly3td        JOHN AUMSTRONti. Sec.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
A LL ACCOUNTS ON MY BOOKS will
£Y   poslllvcl]* be
CLOSED ON THE  31st INSTANT.
Customers will please accept this uollce
as FINAL and govern themselves accordingly.
AT COST AND UNDER FOR CASH ONLY.
No parcel dollveity ot goods nfter tho
ti. O. MA.IOlt,
_  ) p
first of June,
lilj-Lllle
PUBLIC   NOTICE
IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT THF. FOIr
. lowing mimed persons nominated us
iindblutcH for tbu Electoral Dlstrlet of
New Went minuter have withdrawn frnm
tbe Poll to bo held on the 7th day of July,
18*1, viz.:
Innks, AiiAM, Liui-flcy, Farmer.
Kknt, William, Delta, Farmer.
New Westminster, J une aa, 1880.
J.  0. HUGHES,
Je2013 Returning Olllcor,
In addition to the abovo persons I horoby give public notice of the withdrawal
from tho Poll of
Dawson, Henry, Maple Ridge, Panne-*-.
J.C. HUGHES,
-Returning Officer,
New Westminstor, July 2nd, 18811.
CHAS. J. ROBSON,
Importer and Dealer In
Fruits, Confectionery,
FANCY BISCUITS.
Columbia Street,
Opp. Colonlnl Hotel, New Westminster.
UA-Hpi'ClHl BBll', Ifl I'nUlllll'K pillTlllls.
Inpj Fruits rnp prr nerving.
A FULL LINE Or FANCY
Glassware and China,
Fruit Jars, and
Jelly Tumblers.
All Orders HUM promptly. JyJJli!
WILL CURE
BILIOUSNESS,
DYSPEPSIA,
IHDWESTI0II,
JAUNDICE.
ERYSIPELAS,
SALT RHEUM,
HEARTBURN,
HEADACHE,
And every ipr'J i .
dltordcrotl LJ.. J,
BOV/I.1.J i
OR RELIEVE
DIZZINESS,
ROPS',',
FLUTTERINO
OF TIIE HEART
K1DITY CF
TIIE STCIJACH
Dltri.'tSS
CF TIIE SKIN,
. '.*,-, crlsl^r; froir
J .. id, (JiuMAOH,
-I   LuJJD,
T. MILBURH & CO.. ^^SWo
To the Klectors or the City or Nuw
Westminister:
GENTLEMEN.-
In obedience to a largely .signed rcipii-
sKlon, addressed to me by my fellow-rltl-
zens, I bave allowed myself to be nominated a candidate to represent our clly i n
the legislativeussi'mlily of lirilisli Coiumbin.
An I have already publicly stated I um
In opposition tothepresentgovernmont,
lit an much us I conalder tbey have not
siitisfiietorllv discharged the trust, reposed
In tlicm by thn people of this province.
I um opposed to monopoly of all kinds,
especially In Und.
Being lnenllreByinpathy with the wants
and reiiulr-j-meiits of the worklngiuiin, us
I regard tliose who sustain themselves by
inmnitii labor as the basis on which ull
olvltlxed|8oetety In built, every measure
calculated to advance tbe condition und
protect the Interests of tho tolling musses
shnll have iny hearty support.
I n ii In fuvor Of the restriction of Ohinese Immigration.
I am opposed to reckless and lavish expenditure ofthe public revenue, as such
a course must heavily Increase the burden
of taxation nn tho taxpayer.
I think the time has come when wo
sbould expect to And good roads In other
imrts of the province its well ns nrniind
Vletorla; and the people of this city and
district have a right lo expect a great Improvement In this direction.
Tho fishing, agricultural, lumber, and
mineral rcBonrccBOf th<) province should
bo encouraged and developed—more especially us the completion of the 0. I*. H.
must give a great impetus to trade und
add largely lo our population.
There are other mattera not slrietly
wltbln the Jurisdiction of the local legislature, but In respect of which an expression of opinion by lhat body might do
much good:
Namely—The question of mail service
to this city, which should not be interfered with except to Increase the present
facilities, ns nny othor ohnngo would be
an outrage on lhe city, district, nnd province; ns ulso tbe important and iieeessuvy
step of dredging the Kraser channel, thus
rendering New Westminster an ocean
port,
In conclusion, 1 beg to suy (hat If returned as your rcpresenlative, your Interests, wlilcli arc mine, shall be guarded
nnd furthered to tho best of my ability.
W. NORMAN ltOI.K.
New Westminster, June '24, \mi
To tho Klectors of thc Clly of New
Westminster:
GENTLEMEN.- ,    ,„
At the request of many ofthe Kl-
tor* I have consented to allow myself to
he nominated as a candidate to represent
you In tbel'rovliieiiil legislature.
As stated at (be nomination 1 am pointful ly Independent, imd nin not pledged
to support any parly: but I will he pre-
pared to give my vote lit favor of nny
measure lhat seems to mo calculated to
promote the welfare of the Province generally, nnd New Westminster In particular, no matter fjom whnt source it mny
emanate.
I am In favor of a redistribution of scats
nnd representation as tarui possible according to population.
As far ns possible I shall endeavor If
elected to secure the equitable expendi-
turooftbn revenue throughout the Province, »o thut no Hcetion may be favored
at the expense of the others.
Restrictive measures respecting Chineee
immigration will have my support, as I
am of opinion that they are not n desirable acquisition to our community,
lam In favor of n thorough revision of
the liquor license laws, a reduction In tho
number of saloons, lln* total prohibition
ofthe liquor trallic on Sunduy, mid thc
closing of bars at n reasonable hour on
week nights.
I shall also endeavor lo secure moro
eflVctlvclegislation against gambling and
the flagrant vices which tend so much to
shock and destiny tbe moral sentiment of
the community.
As I do not own nn acre of Innd either
at I'ort Mooily or Vancouver, und my Interests aro completely Identified with
yours, I shall always be anxious to assist In any schomc fortho advancement of
onr eity.
Although not pledged to support uny
party, I am of opinion that common
fralltudcnnd a proper apprehension of
hn f ntercsls of the cfly suggest the advisability of yoursendlng to the Legislature
a representative who Is friendly to the
present administration aud not one
pledged to oppose It. The liberal trcnt-
ment received by this city from this government Is In striking contrast with lhat
of Its predecessor which the oppositon
propose to restore to power.
I shall, therefore, give the government
un Independent support so long ns its eon-
duct and measures commend themselves to my Judgment and aim at tho
public Interest.
I am, gentlemen,
Your obedient servant
Vf, l>, PfeftRIS.
IMG FELT
WANT.
1 few lap!
$1.25 -o* ■'■■<•-- $1.25
DISTRICT OF
JUST ISSUISD BY
Price, $1.25.
This Map has been produced at
nreut oost, nnd gives u vast amount
of information never before available respecting the most important
district in the Province.
Tlie new Map shows the latest
surveys, tho latest roads, the line of
the 0, P. R.  and extensions.
BUY A COPY.
PUBLISHED BY
RAND BROS.
Real Estnte, insurance and
Financial Agents
,     I   r|IJ    IjOOl.
NEW WESTMINSTER, VANCOUVER
AND VICTORIA. I
FOR SALE AT
T. R. Pearson & Co's
NEW WESTMINSTER AND VANCOUVER.
ItpSllC ■'
Closing Out
SALE I
During the next 30
days the balance of
the stock of Clothing,
Dry Goods, Boots and
Shoes, Carpets, Oil
Cloths, &c, of the undersigned must he
closed out as I intend
renting the store from
the lst day of August.
Any goods remaining
unsold after that date
will be sold by auction. In the meantime purchasers may
expect good bargains
at cost price, or even
less.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM
Noiv Wcatminalcr, B. C.
June '22nd, 188G.
33jelm
New Store!
New Goods!
mHK HUlMJFUBKIt hnving leased and
■L iltlod up tiio Store Intoly occupied by
Mr. French, on Coiumbin utreet, (nearly
Opposite Pi'-l'lii'j-m-s meal market), begM
In Inform the pcuplc ut New WestmUnder
nnd vicinity thnt he will on Mondny, "till
nt July, open with n well uRnnrted stock of
fresh nnd pure Clroccrlcs, conxlHtlng In
pnrt of—
100 l>at*-t bent Flour.
10 barrels Oatmeal.
10 barrels Corumeiil.
10 boxes assorted Tobnccoes.
12 boxes assorted .Soaps.
0 boxes best T<. Rats-ins.
12 quarter boxes do.
200 lbs currants,
10 boxen of assorted Crackers.
10 cases of best Oil,
uOO lbs Hams and Bacon,
Hngni-s, in < irnnuluted, Yellow C,
Standard A., nnd se\'eral other
brands.
Tens, I Imve a etioicc lot of Congou
nnd Japan; some extremely cheap
for the qunlity.
Collect-, of different grades.
Canned Fruits and Meats.
Buckets, Tubs, Brooms, etc.
And all nrtieb's usually f-mnd in a fint
class grocery More, wliich will bo sold
ohenp fur ensh,
iar\VANTED at oucc, fiOO lbs. Butter
and 100 down Kggs. ,
jeHOto     MAltKHAU- HWCLAIH.
Change of Business1
A H WE AllE AllOU'r TO KSTABU8H
A a factory fn Vancouver, wo beg to
tlmnk our customers for their past pat-
ronaj-c, und as Messrs. Peebles A Heckley
havo bought our trndo In NewWestminster, wo hopo our customers will extend
to them their pntronngo tin we have every
confidence lu their ability to give satisfaction.
Jlynml IRVINO A STRAHAN.
To Printers!
for'sile
BARGAIN
A GUILLOTINE
Paper CUTTER
Thirty-two inch knife, and in good
order.
•tS'This machine will be sold at a
great bargain, as it lias lieen replaced
by another.
Apply to
D. ROBSON & CO.
j>*2flto New Westminster.
MONUMENTS
mHE UNDERSIGNED HAS BEEN AP-
JL pointed agent in British Columbia for
these beautiful monument*-. Full pnrtlc*
ulnrmts to prices and designs on application. CHAS. J. ROBSON,
At Mr. C. (J. Major's sioro, Columbia St.
inhSltc
Granite Creek
if
W.H. BLAKE
DEALER IN
Newspapers,
Periodicals,
Books and Stationery
Fancy Goods,
Blank Boohs, Pass Books, Pens, Ink
Pencils, Legal Blanks* Ac.
A good stock-on linnd, nnd more
always coming. Subscriptions taken
for ull newspapers nnd magazinea
THE UNDKRSKINKD wlnhes to thank
the people of Granite Creok for the
liberal patronage extended to him during
the post winter. Having made very lertte
additions to his stock, and perfected hii
buslncHH connection--, he will be much
belter utile to supply their wuutu lu his
line. A cnntlnunnccof publie pntronngo
lN^hercfoi-c, solicit eii. Squnro dealing aud
low prices.
m!i20to Vf. 11. BLAKE.
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
(i-mruulcr (upllal	
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
A homeIompany,
Thii. Association merits the
confidence the Public is repos.
ing in it from thc following
FACTS:—
The Seciirl.y oflbicd to policy holders is
unHUrpUH.-icil by any Company doing busi-
Menu in Cu inula,
It ban no scheme?) of insurance, but the
well-eiitubllshed Unci, hence the policy
holders cannot bo misled oh lo tlieir con*
tracts.
Its Htntcrncntfi lo Ihe public enn be readily understood, It* cash stulcment showing every item nf Incmne and how cxpon-
dcd.
It KpnMll Ion iHUKcnrtuhied annually from
a 'lotullcil valuation In which every Hem
of liability Is Included.
IIh progrcHH has been unexampled In
the hlntory of lnsurnneelti Canada.
Its policies are lndlsmitablo after threo
yeui-H, and non-forfo.table after two years'
existence,
ItH profit* arc distributed upon an equitable IiiihIn. The prollls to one class of
policy holdcra are not lessoned to give
larger profits to any other class, which
method affords superior ndvantngoHover
the uniform bonus plnn of distribution.
Ltbrral I'-mmIM-mm ns lo Residence awl
Travel.
J. K. MiicDONALD,
Managing Director.
T. R. PEARSON & GO.
Agents, New Westminster
I Jp7-2mo-nltcrnate.
IJ.
HAVING PUR-
AA chased the stock
ofHardware,Paints,
Oils, &C, of the Estate of Trapp Bros.,
we purpose offering
to the Public VERY
GREAT INDUCEMENTS in this
branch of the Business, which we trust
will secure the patronage of those residing- on the Mainland.
We have bought a
large and well-selected stock of Shelf
Hardware in the
eastern markets FOR
CASH, which we ex
pect to arrive in a
few days, and our
assortment will be,
we consider, second
to none in the coun
try, and will bo found
complete in all the
following branches:
General and Shelf
Hardware, Cross-cut
Saws, Paints in all
colors. Boiled & Raw
Linseed Oil [English
and American], Dry
Colors in all kinds.
Wall Paper and Window Blinds, Oakum,
Pitch, Giant,Blasting
and Sporting Gllto
Powder, Fuse and
Gaps, Brushes in
Paint, White-wash,
Scrubbing, Horse,
Dandy and Whisk,
and a full line ofl
Table aud Pocket
Cutlery.
We purpose doing
a CASH BUSINESS
and all orders intrusted to us will be sub
ject to a cash dis
count of 5 per cent.
—our motto being,
"Small Profits and
Quick Returns."
Thanklnx the Public generally Iter the liberal patronnge
Recorded to us In the past, we
trust by strict attention to
business to merit a continuance of the same.
T.J. TRAPP,
COMMISSIONS IN THE COUNTRY
PKOMPTLY EXECUTED.
TO II UU mw MU M IMV -IMS:
1 McCOHMICK TWINE HINIIHII,
JI MEADOW LARK REAPED*!,
3 TRIUMPH REAPERS,
1 BUCKEYE MOWER,
1 IT1IIOA HAY RAKE.
8LASS WINDOWS ft DOORS
AT FACTORY KATES.
J licit<!
DRESS JWAKINC.
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B.C.
ar Satisfaction guaranteed. Jc2Glo
NEW WESTMINSTER.
VI8IT0R-
The Blnliop of New WeMiiilnHlrr,
PniNCIPAIx-
H. Hriiiirs.riiiLhm. Kmo,. It. A. lot
Oxford University,nnd j-enuoxYlllc
School, P. Q.)
HOARD OF KDUCATION-
Tlii- UlHhop, Tho Veil. Arch-IcncoB of
Coiumbin, Thr Rev. II. li. Fleanw
Clinton, V, N. Tri iv, I:***., M. II., li.
K. I'orliiml-I, K*t<|.
NEGOTIATIONS ARK NOW IN PRO-
RTflSfl for tlio oIHccb o( Vice-Principal
and Matron.
Kxtcn-dveaddlltuiiNlollit! premium will
In* mado durluu tlie holiday--,
An election to four HOholilrtliipBOf _.%
Fior unmim each will he held Hhortly after
lie commencement of torm.
The School will re-open at tho beginning of September.
* —illcatloiiH In be Bent to the
1I8IIOP OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
JggjjtO	
"XI
APrivateCollegel
BOfflMMAES [8015]
Wll.r, HE OPENED AT
Ross Bay, Victoria,
—ON—
MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1886.
THE   imiI,I>IN(l    HAS    lfi    LARGE
Kooms and   It) well funi.slicil with
register grates, bath roomN, Ac, Ae.
Excellent opportnnllleu for nll kinds of
healthful exercises, including boating and
bathing.
PuplU will bo made most comfortable
and their general welfare carefully considered.
A COMPETENT STAFF OF INSTRUCTORS
Will be maintained.
KuglUb,
Commercial,
CUmrIchI and
Hodern Laagwigc
Subjects, with lailrnmcntnl siu-tlc
Application Forms, References nnd full
information furnished by
REV. C. J. BKENT0N, H. A.,
.' Nkw Westhikbteii
.Time fl. tftflRI*.'  i -.nil
J n 12ml
Haa just received for the Holidays a tii
assortment of Gold and Silver
JEWELRY
GENTS'
BOLD ft SUm WATCHES
Lndles Size Swiss Cold Watchei
from $25 to $55,
ladles Size American Stem
winding Gold Watches, «
$32.50.
REHIHBER-Wc do uot sell "filled
YVatfllieB and Jewelry an eoliil gold.
Our gootl. are guaranteed just a. re
presented, and prices lower than au;
other house iu B, 0.
COLONIAL BLOCK,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B   O
The Colonial
BOOTiSHOE
STORE,
Colonial Hotel Buildim
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Wm. Rosd
IMPOnTF.lt AND DEAtElt IN
BOOTS and SHOE!:
The Krencli Lenoir, Uootl}«ar, Pim
mon. Cochrane, CmiIIi t Cu.,
Armes Holdcn and sinter
Hoots and shorn.
T ABIES AND OKNTLKMKN ARE llj
I havo iilsit on liruitl the
tM (>T< ll-l IS4,1111*1 LIJtTIIIJB W*TU|
TMIMT KNEE BOOT,
Wliioli uow takes tho pluce of gum lnm|
Jyj-Olo
NOTICE.
A M- ACCOUNTS DUB TO ME ftfrfj
A   be pidd fortbwltli otlierwlm*they w
be iiluml In tbe liiindu nf my mulloltur.
(I. tKIl'KIt-,
New Wt'NtmltiNtor, Mny 18,18M.
IHmyflm v
ADVERTISING RATES.
Transient Advertlsemonta—First Insertion,8cttt, perllne; subsequent Insertions.
2 eta. perllne.
lti-^uhir Commercial nnd Business Ad*
vcrllscmctits—1 column, jl2 per month;
kcal-ifT per month; U col.,$4 nor month:
a lncbcH, $2 per montli; 1 Inch, $1,60 per
month. These rates to be clutrf'cd on
standlm-* advertisements which remain
over it mouths. If for a less period the
rates will he: 1 col., $15 per month; !-jeol.,
89; y. col., $5; 2 inches, S3; 1 inch, $2.
Specials, among reading matter—Each
Insertion;sSO-dB, perllne.
DIrtlis, Marriages nnd Deaths, $1 each.
Funeral notices aeeompanylng death notice, 60 cis, extra,
•aarAII transient advertisements will be
measured by a scale of solid Nonpareil,
whieh makes 12 lines to the Inch and 7
words to tlie lino. Display lines must be
allowed for in making estimates. No advertisement Inserted for loss than $1.00.
Wm §rifah (Kolttmbum.
We-dntsritiy Mornlujr, July J. vm.
Read Drysdale's new ad.
The Churchman's Gazette is out for
July.
New Shirts, Collars- aud Ties at Drysdale's.
For Sale 1000 ^-barrels and kits cheap,
Apply at this oflico. aplOtc
The steamship Sardonyx completed
tho discharge of her cargo yesterday.
On the lst page will bo found a copy
of the judgment delivered in tho case
of Malot vs. lleyina.
tin to Ellard k Co.'s great clearance
Sling. b8rgftln8 h^^«ff*»Wy,*tfi* meeting Mr.Hol^
n. v-wnww. n   p p tan-Mp   '""tied the uso ofthe "Irdugove
By yesterday's 0. P. 11. train Mr,
Jos, Wintemuto shipped a box of cherries to St, Thomas, Ont.
A large lot of Ladies' Underclothing,
at cost price, at Kllard k Co's,   jnlOtc
For the fiscal year ending 30th June
the customs dues, &c, collected at
Nanaimo amounted to $43,329.
Let every eleotor remember that
this is polling day, and let no one
neglect to exercise his franchise.
Ladies' and Children's Ready-made
Costumes, at less than cost, for cash, at
Jas, Ellard k Co's. jnlOtc
The legal partnership of Messrs.
Corbould, McColl & Atkinson has been
dissolved, Mr. Atkinson having retired.
There nre mure empty houses and
tenements in New York and Brooklyn
this sutnmiT than for sovernl years
past-
Mr. James Bangs, of Front st., returned from Ontario by the C.P.R.
yeBterday after nn absence of several
months.
Subscribers to the Vancouver Weekly
Herald are requested to send in their
names addressed to "The Herald,"
Vancouver, B. C. jnlOtc
The largest cocoanut*fiber manufactory in the world is at London, England, where 1,500,000 of the husks are
in storo at one time.
Speaking of lawyers in the legislature, the Victoria Time* says "kick
them out!" This is hard on tho opposition candidate iu this city.
For the month of Juno the customs
collections at Nanaimo wero $2,288,
which is $2,244 less than tho collections for same period last year.
Rev. T. D. Penrson, of Brantford,
Out., who has heen visiting in this
city for some weeks, left for home yesterday by the first C.P.R, train. *■    ~
Kid Gauntlet Driving Gloves, Warner's
Health Corsets and the French C. P.
Corsets, just received at Drysdale's,
Rev, John Reid, of Port Townsend,
preached in the Presbyterian church
last Sunday, and addressed the Christian Mission Union in the evening.
I      The largest strawberry uver picked,
i   it in said, was plucked at Marlborough,
,   Ulster   county.    It   measured  nine
inches in circumference.— Troy Times.
On Monday Mr, L. L. Doane, Jf
the Bank of British Columbia, received
letters 15 days from London, England!
This ia one result ot the opening of tho
O.P.R.
Of the 175,000,000 of Moslums that,
according to Mr, Blunt, constitute the
population of Islam, nearly 50,000,000
acknowledge the authority or influenco
of Britain.
Mr. D. Drysdale, of Drysdale & Co.,
this city, left yesterday by the tirst
'   through train east on the C.P.R. for
Montreal and Boston to purchase his
fall stock.
The railways of Great Britain ure
capitalized at an average valuation of
9212,400 per milo, whilo those of the
United States are bonded aud stocked
for about 900,000 per mile.
In addition to our new stock of Bpring
foods we have opened an invoice uf
Hagonals, West of England Broadcloths
and French Casslmercs, Walsh the
Model Tailor. Herbert Walsh, Mau-
»gcr. ap2)to
If the Monday-night meeting is a
sample of what the opposition crowd
oall fair play, we pity the people who
might have the misfortune to live under a government composed of such
men,
A letter signed "Panshoner" com-
plaining of certain proceedings thut
took plnco in connection with the observance of St. John the Baptist's day
cannot be published without the writer's name.
At present there is to be no chnnge
in the mails between this city and Victoria. Mails for tho C.P.R. close
every day except Monday at 10 n.m.,
and mails from the east arrive every
mail at 2:15, except Saturday.
In no othor medicinal preparation havo
the results of the most Intelligent study
and scientific inquiry been so steadily
•nd progressively utilised as in Ayer's
Sarsaparilla. It leads the list as a truly
I scientific preparation for all blood diseases.
The following resolution was recently passed hy the Victoria board of
trade: ''The board of trade respectfully
protest in tho strongest manner against
the projected suspension of direct mail
| service between Victoria and Fraser
t river and urne a continuance nf the
former or equally direct service."
Wood-pulp for the manufacture of
paper is new made from the wood of
the spruce and poplar. Whon the first
paper was made from wood-pulp it wns
thought that poplar was tho best, and
perhaps the only woud which could be
used, but during the last few years it
1 hu been found that spruce wood made
better and stronger pulp than poplar.
( Work on the branch railway continues to progress. Piles nre boing
driven for the track along tho city
front. Ralls nre being laid at the
junction near the dxiuitlam River,
and a locomotive and construction
train wilt anon be at work laying the
iron and ballast. Inside of threo weeks
we may expect to welcomo tho first
O.P.R. train in the city.
No injurious effects can follow the use
of Ayer s Ague Cure in tho treatment
of malarial diseases. It contains, bo*
sides a specific and unfailing antidote
for miasmatic poison, other remedial
agents which unite to expel tlio poisonous humors, purify thc system, nnd leave
it iu a healthy aud rein vigor;-ted condition.
A.O.U.W.—Rev, C. Bryant of Sumas came down yeBterday en-route to
Portland as delegate to the A.O.U.W.
Grand Lodge, which meets next week
at that city. He represents Granville
Lodge of A-O.U. Vf, at Vancouver.
From San Francisco.—Tho iron
steamship Sardonyx arrived at this
city from San Francisco last Saturday
morning. She brought part of the
plant for the city gas works, about 200
tons. It is expected sho will briug tho
balanco next trip.
Hon. Thos, Whitk.—Mr. E. C.
Baker, M.P., recoived a telegram on
Saturday from Hon. Thos, White as
follows: "We leave to-night (July 3)
and go straight through to Victoria:
will remain thero three or four days."
The hon. gentleman ought to reach
Port Moody noxt Friday.
Railway Time.—The present arrangements for the 0. P. R. trains arc
as follows: Trains arrive at Port
Moody nt noon overy duy exoept Saturday, and loavo for tho east at 13
o'clock ovory day oxcept Monday. The
through rates to Toronto are, we believe, nbout us follows, first-class unlimited $103; limited $78.
-AL the
he-
The   Late Government.-
govern-
ment" to the Smithe administration.
Mr. Bolo surely knows better than
this. If tho Smitho government ia
not the "present government,." what
government is? Surely Mr. Bole will
uot say that the province has no government at all, and if it has one the
one it has must be tho present govern ment!
Thb Sailing.—On Saturday afternoon the sailing race, which had been
postponed from Dominion Day, took
place on the river. The day was fine,
and thero was a fair wind. There were
0 entries, und tho race was a vory
pretty one, the bouts coming in ou the
following ordor: Laura (Insley & Win-
totnuto), Mayflower (Henderson), Columbia (B.C. Cannery), Annyville (Do),
Herring's Fishing boat, and the Ber-
tha (Victoria). The Bertha started
first and came in last.
Brutal Assault. — On Saturday
night it was reported that a murder
had been committed ut Sapperton.
Happily the facts wore not so serious
as the first report seemed to indicate.
As far as we havo*been able to learn
Mr. Hutcheson, u guard ut the penitentiary, made an unprovoked assault
upon his wife, cutting her head in such
a way as to cause (Treat loss of blood.
Some of tho family cried "murder,"
and this cry gavo rise tu the report.
Wo loarn that u warrant has been
issued for the offender, nnd the case
will be heard to-morrow, wheu all the
facts will probably bo mnde known.
Church Dedication,—A new Presbyterian Church at tho North Arm,
costing nearly 91000, was dedicated to
tho worship of God last Sabbath, free
of debt. Tho services, morning and
evening, wore conducted by the Rev.
It, Jamieson, tho congregation numbering nhout 200 in the forenoon and,
notwithstanding a heavy rain, theru
were about 100 present in the evening.
The church is 45x20 feet, and is really
nn elegant structure. The contractor,
Mr. John Elliott, has done the whole
work very tin., .'uglily nnd to the eutire
satisfaction uf tho building committee,
(Messrs. McCloory, Boyd, and McDonald), nnd tho whole congregation. The
singing of the largo choir, led hy Mrs.
McDonald ou their !ino new organ,
deserves notice and very favorable
mention. It must bo very encouraging
to the pufltor, the Rov. Mr. Thomson,
to see his wurk so prosperous in that
locality.
Police Court.—On Saturday tho
following eases were disposed of:
Charlie Smith (Indian) was fined 91.50
for being drunk. Guss, a half-breed,
had been arrested by an Indian constable who declared that he had liquor
in hiB possession which he "believed"
he "intended" to give to an Indian.
The court regarded the case as unquestionably thin and refused to take the
case. Malatesta, a Spanish nobleman
who had been carried away through
admiration of British Columbia whiskey, was admonished and dismissed.
A Douglns Indian with liquor in possession (but who had not taken the
precaution to put himself outside of
the fluid) was aBsesaed 925 und costs.
Dick, an Indian, was accused of abduction, but tho ease soemed to bave
grown out of a family quarrel, and was
allowod to be settled out of court,
Dick being bound over to keep the
peace. On Monday, Esau, d. and d.,
was put down at 91.50 and costs, and
Graham was assessud a similar amount
for a similar offence, C. Smith (Ind.),
drunk and resisting the constable, got
912 or 14 days, and Albert Allen, for
the same, 910 or 14 days. Three Chinamen, Lu Lock, Lee Sue nnd Lee
Chung were bound over in 9100 each
to keep the peaco towards Ah King for
12 mos. On Tuesday Jno, Graham
got 2 mos, nt hard labor for assaulting tho captain of tho .Sardonyx.
OPENING OFTHE C. P.R.
Arrival of the First Train 1
According to announcement the first
regular passenger train from the east
arrived at Port Moody lost Sunday
noon. The locomotive and train were
gayly decorated for the occasion, and
tho arrival wu greeted with immense
enthusiasm by those who had assembled to witness it. It is estimated that
there were 1500 peoplo on the ground.
Tbe str. Yosemite brought about 750
from Victoria and Vancouver, the
Amelia brought 250 from Nanaimo,
and several hundred went from this
city in conveyances nnd on foot. The
train had on board Mr. Harry Abbott,
general superintendent for this division, and about 150 passengers. Upon
its arrival addresses were presented to
Mr, Abbott by a oommittee of citizens
on behalf of Port Moody, hy the mayor
of Vancouver, und by the mayor
of Victoria. The following is a copy
of the Port Moody addreis: the others
we have not been able to get:
To Mr. II. Abbott, representing Mr. W.
C,   Van Horne, Vice-President and
Managing Direotor of tho Canadian
Pacific Railway Syndicate:
Sift.—Wo heartily congratulate you
and the other members of the Directory
of the Canadian Pacific Railway on this
arrival of the first through dally train at
Port Moody, the western terminus of the
Canadian Pacifio line. We are welt
aware that the completion of that road
for traffio bos been effected through the
almost superhuman energy and activity
of yourself and those who have heen
associated with you in this vast work.
The amazing success with which this
work bus been effected has already, by
the admission of all nations, become one
of the most notable events to be embodied in the history ot the nineteenth
century. We earnestly hope and trust
that in Its traffic operations it will be an
equally great success; and in that view
we cordially congratulate not only the
Canadian Pacifio Syndicate but the Dominion of Canada at large, antl indeed
the whole British empire.
Jons T. Scott,
James A. Clarke,
P. S. Hamilton,
Committee.
Mr. Abbott made suitable replies,
the band played appropriate uirs, nnd
the people shouted for all they were
worth. After a brief delay tho passengers wont on board the str. Yosemite for Vancouver, and several wont on
to Viotoria, The first train was only
15 minutes late, Everywhere along
the line it was received with enthusiasm, and the journey was a continuous ovation. On Monday and yesterday trains arrived on time, and the
first east-bound train loft yesterday at
13 o'clock. The road is now fairly
open and we hope that traffic will continue without interruption.
Political Meeting at Langler.
Tho opposition candidates, Messrs.
Orr, McGillivray and Ladner, held a
meeting at tho town hall, Langley, on
Tuosdny evening last. In addition to
the above named gentlemen thore were
present, Messrs. Wells, Kirkland,
Agassis and Dawson, the government
and indopendent candidates. Mr. H.
Davis occupied the chair. Aftor a na*
ticnt hearing, which lasted from 0 in
tho evening until 4 the noxt morning,
the majority of tho electors present
camo to tho conclusion thst no sufficient reasons Imd boen advanced by
tho opposition to warrant them in opposing tho present govornment, nnd a
vote of confidence was passed without
opposition. There waa n largo number of electors from nll parts preseut,
and tho "People's Candidates" wore
subjected to a cross fire of questions
from Bomo of thu electors which slag-
gored them and they retired without
scoring a point, Messrs. Kirkland
and Agassi/ mnde very good speeches
and wero well received. Mr. Wells
wound up the list of candidates with
n short speech, and Mr. Maxwell replied to thu opposition members, contrasting the presuut with tho former
government very muoh to the latter's
disadvantage. After the voto of confidence had beon put and carried the
meeting disperstul quietly to their
sovoral homes.-- (Vm.
< '-,011'Ki.i.Kli To YlKI.1.. .Obstinate skin
diseases, humors of the blood, eruptions
and old sores are cured by Burdock Blood
Bitters, which purify nnd regulate all
tho secretions.
The Monday Night Meeting.
The meeting called by Mr, Ferris in
the Skating Itink Monday night was
largely attended, the rink being full,
The chair wot taken by Mayor Dick
iiiBon, and the first speaker was t
Mr. Ferris, who briefly referred to
some of the questions now before the
people. He thought that after all the
present government had done fur thii
oity it would be extremely ungrateful
if the people sent to the house a man
pledged to opposition. Referring to
Mr. Bole he said the city would be
940,000 better off to-day but for him,
because it had heen through him that
the injunctions had been put un t\\e
sale of the public squares, Hfe was
uot pledged to any party, but was free
to support whatever measures commended themselves to his conscience
aud his judgment. He had not before him the promise or prospect of
any office or reward—he didn't even
aspire to the office of attorney-general!
Where would our branch railway have
been without the government bonus!
When Mr, Ferris sat down there
were cries for Robson and counter cries
for Bole. The confusion for sume
minutes wai very great, and the chairman soomed powerless to restore order. Mr. Bale refused to speak
before Mr. Robion, and Mr. Robson
claimed that the candidates ought to
speak first, tnd that if he preceded Mr.
Bole he would liavo the right to roply.
As neither would givo wav,
Mr. Kennedy took the platform and
expressed a hopo thnt all parties would
be hoard to the end, as it was information we wanted. For himself he was
worse than tbe Irishman who declared
himself "agin the government," for he
was against both government and opposition. He condemned the course
pursued by the provincial secretary in
distributing the district appropriations,
which he declared was bribery, and he
said the peoplo alio accepted it wore
even worse than the one who gavo it.
This species of improper influenco
would continue until the patronage
wns taken out of tho uuvornment'a
hands and put into the hands of the
municipalities. As long as tho seat of
government remained at Victoria the
mainland would not receive justico.
Ho wuuld rather soe the govern ment
succeed than Iho present opposition,
for Beavon was corrupt from the beginning, and had grabbed up nil the
good land through the country for
himself. Under the present system
of diitributing appropriation some uut
too much and sume got nothing. He
declared that the people of this country were as really slaves as the serfs
of Russia.
Dr, Kent wub called for, but Hiked
to be excused ai he wm nut a candidate. The diipute was then renewed
ob to who should iqii-ak first. The
provincial secretary said it he s|H>ko
first ho would, accordiini to usage,
have the privilege to r--p)y. Mr Bole
refused to agree, and lefiufd to speak
first. Mr. Ferris said this was his
meeting. Ho had viiitnged Iho hall
and paid for it, mid had a right to ask
the provincial secivUrV (<■ speak fur
htm. Mr. B-<lu shook his fist and
mounted tho platform shouting at the
top uf his voice, the provincial secretary stood on thu other sfdo of tho
platform also vainly endeavoring tn
mnke himself heard, tho chairman
shouted for ordor, while Mr. Bole's
supporters, who li ut pm-ked the hull,
acroamed and sUmpi-d with all their
might. Finally tint mayor's voice was
heard. Ho thought the candidates for
the oity should speak firat, and Mr.
Ferris having spoken, it was Mr. Bole's
turn. Mr, Bole refused, and tho pin*
vincial socrotary finally C"ii*ciitt*d tu
speak on condition that he would hu
allowed to reply tu Mr. Hole—and Mi.
Bolo also reserved the right of Iind
Mr". Kobson said hu would fint dispose of Mr, Kennedy, That uenilo*
man had insulted both him aud hii
constituents, aud went about claiming
lo be bold a teacher and example uf
morality. After what hnd taken place
lie felt himsolf justified in showing up
Mr. Kennedy's character. It waa
known that he had been employed ai
superintendent of the building of thu
gaol. Wliun that wurk had beun cum*
pleted he sent in a claim amounting tu
nbout $200 which tho government
could not entertain. This claim was
accompanied by a bkckmuiling letter
which stated that if iho money was
paid he would nut bu found in upposi-
sioul (Sensation, and "That's alio'
from Mr. Kennedy). Ho wuuld not
havo mentioned this if Mr. Kennedy
hnd not uttered such a gross insult to
him and his constituents. The Idler
mentioned ha'd boen sent tu Mr. Cunningham, whu forwarded it to him,
and ho hud it on fyle nt Victoria—ond
if Mr. Kennedy wished ho would havu
it published. Having disposed of Mr.
Kennedy he would point out sumo
reasons why it was the interest of the
whole country, and especially of the
city, to support tho present government. Ho had reliable advices from
the various districts which assured him
that the present r/uvcrnment would bo
sustained by a very large majority, at
least ns large us it hud heen ut last
election, which was 10 to 8. That being tho case, tho government could
easily get along without tho assist-nice
of New Westminster, and it was fur
tho city to consider whether it was its
interest to join with tho opposition.
Referring to the comparative expenditures under the late and present government ho showed that during tho
last -U years the expenditures un public works hud beon 11 times us much
as under the previous administration.
It was not altogether on thu ground of
dollars and cents, however, that lie
claimed support for the government.
There wus no reasonable request the
city had ever made that had not been
granted by the governmont. He would
appeal to tho mayor if this was not bo,
(The mayor -hear, hear.) Even if tho
government was going to be defeati-d,
it would bo most ungrateful foi this
oity to send an opposition member to
the house; but in view of the triumph
of the guvernment such conduct would
be foolish. In his canvass through the
district he had been accused of spending too much money in tho city. The
hon. gentleman, thon look the famous
opposition poster and at considerable
length and very completely disposed
of the various opposition cries contained therein, Tho Kootenay bill, ho
Baid, had been passed by a vote of
17 out of u house of 25. It was not
a government measure, and even if it
hnd beeu as bad ns represented Uio
government would be powerless against
suoh u majority iu the Iiouse. For
many years the people hud been inviting foreign capital to develop the country, and it was somewhat remarkable
that such an outcry should be made as
soon aa the capital hegins to conic.
Respecting the Vancouver extension
ho laid it down aa a correct principle
that governments in dealing with lands
ihould act as individuals would under
similar circumstances. Properly owners at Vancouver had given far more
land, in proportion, than tho government to ensure the oxtensiun of the
road.
Here the interruptions of James
Hall, who was drunk, became so wearisome that tho speaker sat down until
order would be restored. Mr. Bole
bounced upon tho platform and tried
to speak.' He 'claimed that the provincial socrotary wns speaking against
timo bo as to prevent him from addressing tho meeting, Thoro was a
good deal of disorder, and both the
provincial secretary and Mr. Bole woro
ipesking at once. The provincial secretary said he considered this interruption most unfair. Mr. Bute hud persistently and positively refused to
speak first, and nuw complained because he (Mr. Robson) was consuming
the time that he (Mr. Bole) ought to
have .occup|jjd! tH» proceeded to dispose ofthe remaining questions, and
wound up by stating that two of tho
opposition candidates iu the district
had declared at a mcetinz that they
would oppose the payment of the g37,-
600 promised by the government towards tho branch railway, When
asked for names he said thoy wero
Messrs. Orr nnd Isanc. (Mr. Orr interrupting said it was a He). He again
warned the people of tho danger of intrusting their public interests to nn
opponent.
As soon as tho provincial secretary
sat duwn Mr. Bole was on the platform, and began at onco on the Vancouver extension. He Baid if Van
Horne was so anxious to reach Vancouver as had been represented he
would have built tho railway thero on
much more favorable te. ms for the
province. He accused Hon. Mr.
Smitho of showing hostility to tho construction of the branch rond, inasmuch
as ho had declined to make it a part of
the original agreement. Ho said we
wore ontitled to this 937,600 in justice
and in law, and would regard with
scorn any throat that might be held
out respectinu it. Ho stated as au instance of bribery that John Scott had
been promised nn appointment ns constable if he voted right, but tho prom-
miso had not boen kept. (Mr, Robson
denied this). Ho also drew a most
doleful pioture of a governmont official
in this city (whoso nnme ho declined
to uive) who hnd been marched to the
poll with terror in front of him and
the provincial secretary behind him.
He occupied a long timo picturing tho
hardships of tho Conl Harbor squatters
and recounting tho philnntropic and
disinterested way in which he and Mr.
Chisholm hnd como tu thoir assistance.
He and Chisholm wero out of pocket,
hundreds of dollars on account of aiding the squatters! He found in tho
house journals that the dock money
had all beeu spent long ago, and yet
the provincial secretary tolls us now
that there was a balance of 9100,000
still unexpended. Ho accused the govornment of hostility to the Boutheru
railway scheme which was of great importance to this city. If ho wont to
tho house he would not gu to bo ruled
by either Robson or Beaven, but to
form n mniiihml pnrty. Heaven's
island railway scheme was a bad one
and hu wuuld hnvo opposed it. Pur
an hour and forty minutes Mr. Hole
addressed thu audience, without declaring nny principle of action for himself ur his party. As soon as ho censed
speaking Mr. J. W. Hnrvoy jumped
up, nooordtng to pro-nrrangoment, nnd
moved a resolution to the effect thnt
Mr. Bolo was a proper parson to represent this city in the legislature. The
resolution was seconded by Mr. J. A.
Laidlaw nnd carried, thu friends if
Mr. Furris offering no opposition.
The meeting closed at 12:20. During nearly the whole uf Mr, Rubson's
speech persons in tho audienco kept
interrupt inu, and it was ovident thut
Mr. Rolu's supporters had come uut in
form*, determined to prevent fair play
and free discussion.
Heetliu at Port Moody.
The provincial secretary mot a large
number of electors at Purt Moody on
Saturday evening. Col. Hamilton was
voted to the chair,
Tho provincial secretary spoke for
upwards of an hour, obtaining an attentive hearing, aftor which he invited
any one present to nsk questions, Several in tho audience availed themselves
of tlm invitation, and ull the questions
received prompt and lucid answers.
Mr. Orr followed with a long und
lambling statement, for the most part
composed of the kind of atock dealt in
by thu opposition.
Mr. Robsou, replying, exposed the
principal statements put forwurd by
the opposition, to the evident discomfiture of Mr. Orr, Taking the cele-
bratod opposition "poster," he so completely turned it to ridicule that Mr.
Orr disowned all responsibility for it,
stating that it had probably boon gotten up by aomo "crank," very likely
Mr. Kennedy!
To this Mr. Robson effectively replied, stating that thu ('p-,Bter" tiore
the names of the throe opposition candidates, and that it had been industriously circulated by them throughout
the district. In several matters in
connection with the railway extension,
Mr. Robsou thoroughly exposed Mr.
Orr, showing that he was either egre-
griously ignorant with reBpect to the
subjects of which ho treated or else he
was wilfully attempting to mislead the
people.
Mr. if, T. Scott proceeded to ask
Mr, Orr several questions relative to
the railway extension; but his answers
were so unsatisfactory that Mr. Scott
had to seek the desired information
from Mr. Robson.
Thu meeting was wound up shortly
bofore midnight, by a vote of thanks
to Mr. Rubaun and Mr. Orr, but the
general feeling appeared to be that Mr.
Orr's causo was considerably hurt by
Mr. Robson's exposures more especially of his (Mr. Orr's) attempts to impose
upon tho C.P.R.Co. and Vancouver
property owners.—Com,
EAbily Cured.—Mrs. Berkinshaw, 28
Pembroke St., Toronto, cured of a bad
lameness of the knee joint, upon which
tlio surgeons were about to operate.
Other treatment had been tried in vain.
Hagyanl's Yellow Oil was the remedy
used,
Geo, Apunat, |3, services as special constable; Hampton A Blackstock, $122.50,
road work- E, Payback, $86.50, do.;
Samuel Edge, $65, do; J, J. Wilson, $80,
do.; J. Hlncb, $50, do.; A. G. Anderson,
$10, do.; J. Stephens, $50, do.; Carleton k Harris, 93.60, tape-line. It waa
resolved that work to the amount of $50
be put on road leading to Pitt Meadows
and $10 on Blackstock's road. Extension
of time was granted to E. Dayhack, VV.
Robinson, and Hampton k Blackstock
for the completion of their contracts.
Bay-law asking to establish a highway
between lots 28,1 and 282 and to cancel another road in the same neighborhood was read two readings. It was
resolved tliat parties taking sand from
slide be notified that if they obstruct
the public road they will forfeit their
right of securing sand, It was resolved
that tho government be asked to survey
and locate the river road from Mr.
Baker's to Stave river and tbat Hr, John
Peiiberthr, C. B„ be recommended by
this counoil as a surveyor for the same.
The clerk was requested to write to Mr.
Trutch iu reference to the front road.
Council adjourned till meeting in August.
T. P, O'Connor cnbles from London
that "the country still needs a great
deal of educating on tho home rule
qucstiou, although the general impression among the government meu it
that Scotland, Wales and the North of
England will go almost solidly fur
Gladstone."
D. Drysdale & Co.
WE HAVE  JUST RECEIVED,
Ex Canadian Pacific Railw'y
Direct from the East, our first consignment of
Wholesale city Market.
Beef,     per 100 lbs. $7
Pork
Mutton "
Hldes(gr'n)"
Potatoes "
Turnips "
Carrots "
Parsnips "
Beets "
Cabbage "
Onions "
Apples "
Pears "
Wheat "
Oats "
Hay,       per tun „ 0
Butter (rolls) perlb 0
Cheese, "    .., 0
Eggs,      perdoi „ 0
Geese,        each      _ 1
Ducks "         „ o
Ohlokens, per polr 0
Turkeys, per l!> „  0
Cordwood (retullj per curd.. 3
00018 00
suet ooo
60S H00
soa ooo
75® 1 00
GO-3 0 75
;.-)(<* i oo
oo@ l ii
0UG-V Iff.
00fe< I 25
0U& '100
S0@ 290
000 000
WG» 175
'25(t_ 1 60
ooy 125
00 @ 10 00
WIS 025
17 9 0 18
20iy 025
603 175
nl ioo
75© 100
20Hi 025
009 a ao
. 1609
APrKRTWKNTY-TltllKRYKAlwSlIKKKII-
ixo. -Rey, Wm. Stout, of Wiarton,
wah cured of scrofulous abscess that
it-vMitcon doctors could not enre, Uurdock Blood Hitters was tho only successful remedy. It cures all impurities of
the blood.
Mortgages,   Deeds,    Leases,
nuts of Sale, and blank forms
kinds, atT- R. Pearson A Co's.
Vancouver Before Ihe Fire.
Frank S, Taggart, who has just returned from a trip through the Northwest aud British Columbia, gives .
graphic description of* the city of Vancouver, which was destroyed by firo on
Sunday. It is situated on Burrard
Inlet, twelve miles northwest of Purt
Muody, and may be uid to be three
miles long, comprising tho villages of
Granville, Vancouver and English Bay,
thu direction of growth being to the
northwest. Port Moody, which wai
boomed aa the railway terminus two
or threo years ago, is now almost deserted, only three log houses (1) at the
time of the visit boing occupied.
The visitor, on entering Vancouver for
tho first time, has his attention attracted by numerous burning stumps of
trees, many of them twolve feet in
diameter, which formerly supported
giants of the forests -between three
and four hundred feet high. Most of
these wero solid. The older portion
of the city, formerly Granville, has
some 150 houses, including about
seventy-five hotels, while in the newer
portions uf tho city a quarter of the
people livo in tents. Here there are
abuut 400 dwellings. The total population is estimated at 3,000, half of
whom aro ''floating." With few exceptions, lhey are all store*keepers,
carpenters and navvies, living on each
other aud the railway company. The
houses are, or rather were, little more
thau huts, or long, low narrow structures, divided into boxes which are
rented at very high prices. One of
these, two stories high, with outside
calleries, and containing sixteen Moms
or boxes 0x8 feet in size, oost $600.
Each of the rooms rents for (12 per
month, making 9102 for them all,
which is considered a very fair return
fur the investment. At Granville
there is n sawmill, the only manufactory of any kind in the city. Tho
harbor is guod even in its unimproved
state, and ocean steamers are constantly calling for cargoes cf timber.
The people aro mostly from Ontario,
aud, rs might be expected, there are
very few women. They are a hospitable and free and easy lot of people,
intelligent and enterprising, and not
givon to scandal or interfering with
tlieir neighbors' private doings. The
Indians iu the vicinity, as a rule, are
hard working and* well-to-do, dress
after the manner of ■ the
whites and live in houses They
are occupied principally in fishing,
hunting nnd hording cattle. Their
women differ from those in the Northwest Territory, inasmuch as thoy bear
a very high moral character. Ranching is carried on to a considerable ex*
tout, three ranches numbering some
25,000 head of cattlo between them.
Tho city is surrounded by the forest,
oxtending back on and iu the mountains u hundred miles or more. There
is no, ur very littlo, agricultural land
in the neighborhood.
Mr. T-if-L-art was not very highly
impressed with the people of Victoria,
There is on an average a statutory
holiday once a fortnight, the busineu
men open their shops abuut 10 o'olock,
and a hoi-Be raco is sufficient reason for
closing up, Tho "Canadians" are
('filled "Norlh Amorican Chinamen,"
and are i-renily disliked for their great-
piiBh and enterprise. The news-
papers elass the news uf Canada farther rHHt as "furuign," and would
rather pay 10 por cent, extra for goods
in San Francisco than buy it fmm
Ontario or Quoltec.— Tomato Globe,
June i,s Somebody ought to put a
head on this Taggart,
Surface Indications
VThut a miner would veryproperly terra
"surface indications" of whu is beneath,
are the Pimples, Sties, Son Eyes,
Bolls, and Cutaneous Eruptions with
which people are annoyed In spring and
early summer. The effete natter accumulated during the winter months, now
makes its presence felt, through Nature's
endeavors to expel it from the system.
W liHo it remains, It Is a poison that festers
in the blood ami may develop Into Scrofula, This condition causes derangement
or the til-rustivo and asslmitatory organs,
with a feeling of enervation, languor, lad
weariness—often lightly spoken of as ''only
Miring fever." These aro evidences thst
Naturo Is not able, unaided,to throw off
lhe corrupt atoms which weaken tho vital
'ww** To regain health, Nature must bo
iilded by a thorough blood-purifying medicine; uud nuthiii-j else is so effective as
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
whicli Is sufficiently powerful to expel
f ryiu the ™t«tmn the taint of Herod-
ltory Scrofula.
The medical profession indorse Aver'.
S.uis.iPAKiiXA.aiid nianv attestations of
the cures effected by Itcotne from alt parts
of the world. It Is, In the language of
the lion. Francis Jewett, ex-State Sen-
nior uf H-tssachusetts and ex-Mayor of
Lowell, "the only preparation that docs
real, lusting good>
PREPARED BT
Or. J. C. Ayw -ft Qo„ Lowell, Mast.
Sold by all Druggists: Price 91;
Six bottles for 15.   ,
«««=
Fivk Ykaiis ov ToRrrnE.—Mrs. U.
Aston, of Itraccbridec, writes to say
that Hunlook Blood Bitters cured her of
headaches, from which she had Buffered
for five years, all other means having
failed. *
Maple Ridge Council.
Conncil met ou the 3rd Inst. All the
members wore present. Road committee
of ciiNt ward submitted reports on road
work, On motion reports were adopted,
A petition signed by Messrs. Beckett
k Sun and others at Port Haney, asking
that a road be gazetted from the railway
to the wharf, was received, and on motion its prayer was granted. Petition of
A. Docksteader and others in reference to
ro.uk in tho Lillooet settlement was referred to i-oad committee. Petition of
■I. Itolaud Hett and other real estate
owners at Port Hammond was considered. It was resolved that the road
known us Wharf street be opened up by
days' work, under direction of pathnuu*
ter, and that specifications for the work
he drawn by tho road committee st once.
Thc fnltovviiiu bills were ordered paid;
The confederation Lift.
1 he animal report of this solidly prosperous Canadian institution will be found
in another column. The facts revealed
in the accounts sod the Directors' report
thoroughly justify the ecomiums whioh
the shareholders present bestowed upon
the management. Thanks to the resolute
manner in which the Company has declined to embark upon extravagant
methods of procuring business, the working expenses of the company bear to the
total income the verv small ratio if between 17 and 18 per cent. A pout at
testing tbe soundness of the finances of
the Company Is the fact that tke interest
Income is sufficient to pay the death
claims—which in a company of the age of
tbe Confederation Life is something to be
proud of. The aw ts and liabilities are
set forth lu minute detail, and the tables
show tbat, after making allowance for all
possible contingencies and providing for
•very debt, there is a surplus of 8282,IPO
over liabilities and capital combined.
The increase in tbe assets in the last year
was $260,390. Se much for what can be
done by rigid adherence to what tiie
President defined as the true policy of
tbe Company, fist—"To keep its balance
sheet right and avoid unnecessary, unwise, or extravagant expenditure for the
sake merely of increasing uew business."
—Toronto Globe. T. R. Pearson k Co.
are agents for this company in Uritish
Columbia. mlfltc
BY THE FIRST THROUGH TRAIN,
 coxsisii.vi: or—-
Hosiery, Lace Mitts, Silk Gloves,
Warner's Health Corsets,
Celebrated French 0,.P, Corsets,
Kid Cauntlet Driving Cloves, Ac.
D. DRYSDALE & CO.,
J1*-7''- New Westminsieb.
Selling Off!
C0
CLEARANCE SALE
THE WKST SMUBK FOBhtlTIHHIB.
-The Greal lllaMralnl British <*>imn<
hi* KdltlBB. A tmll umpply new un haml
al T. B. tarsM A Vm'tt., Mir mrili fur
lhe Malalaa-I. al SS tt*. earh.
A new msp of British Columbia just
Issued by the government, for sale at
T. R. Pearson k Co's. The ltest map
ever issued; $2.2'..~-J</i*.
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at the Columbian office. Prices will lie
found lower than at any other office in
thu proviuce.—Adv.
Canadian Psalter and Hymnal, with
tunes (for Presbyterian Church), at T.
R. Pearson k Co.'s, New Westminster
and Granville. *
Beautiful photographic panoramic
views in British Columbia, 7o cts. per
set at T. R. Pearson k Co.'s. *
A full line of Canadian Hymnals just
received at T, R. PearsonkCo.'s   ocl7tc
OT. FAUL'i CHURCH. Services ev-
to ery Hunday at II a. m. nnd 7 p. m, In
the Chnrcl), Ht. John xti-net, below llovul
avenue.  Heats free, all Are cordially invited. Sunday Bchool at 3..V r, x.
Heme)
MBTHODIST CHUROH. Man Ht.
Rov. C. Watson, I'aslor. flervieesat
iu. nnd 7 p.m. .Sunduy Hcliool and
Bible Olasri 2.-W p. tn. Prayer Mivi luk on
Thursdays ui fl p. m, Heals free; strangers
  •-•■' jc7-tc.
cordially invited,
CHURCH Of ENGL AM), Nt, Mary's,
Bapperton. Services, Hundnys, 11 a.m.,
and %m p.m. TlnirndayH, 7.:»p.m. pnlly,
MIO a, m., MO p. m. Holy Communion,
Hiuulnys, 9 n.m., exropt 2nd Hunday In the
month,   All scats freo. mhSOtc
DAPTIBT CHURCH- Rev, Robt, I-en-
1> nle pastor; mcpts In the Court House.
Services at 11 a.m. and 7p.m. ftubbath
School and Bible Cliuouit 2.!»i-.m. pray,
er Meeting Thursday ■•vrnliic at 8 o'clook.
Ntritngcmcordially Invited, aplStc
A
UBION liODGB No. fl, A. P.
A A. M.—The regular Com*
inunliwtlons of this Lodge are
.    »    , held on the Brut Monday In each
month,  sojourning brethren are rordlat-
ly invited to attend ■ ■■.    I>. WII-HdN,
fe2S-te Secretary..
POR      CASH!
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT
TI IEXT THIRTY DAYS!
JAMES ELLARD & CO.
ARE  NOW   SHOWING   A  COMPIETE  STOOK  IN  EVERY
DEPARTMENT, ONE OF THE LARGEST AND BEST
ASSORTED  IN  THE   PROVINCE, AND AT
19* COST   PRICES,*^
FRENCH, GERMAN AND ENGLISH DRESS 800DS:   "
Amy Down iu Price.
OlLlVO '   Birth Mick «id Colond, at Bottom Prion.
LACE TRIMMING, UGE ALL-OVERS, ORIENTAL LACES,
FANCY NETS, AC:
Everything new and lovely. Thu Department fur itirpa .ei any pre-
vioua eeaion'a effort! and cannot be equalled iu the Province. Lidice,
■ee for younelvei.
HOSIERY, GLOVES, LADIES'UNDERWEAR, AC:
A truly grand itoclt, in every make.
BENTS' FURNISHINGS, COLLARS, Tf S, NANDKERCNIFS,
UMBRELLAS: '
All choice and cheap.
PRINTS *
* -111111 kJ •   Thii department ia full of all the laieat and moat beautiful
design*.
CORSETS:
Away Down in Price.
STAPLE OOODS:
Thi, Department ihould not be furjotten. The Mock of Cotton,, Sheeting,, Diaper,, Napkina, Ac., ««., ia alwaya milt cnmplcte and all told
at very low prioea.
LADIES, dont't fail to com, an) lecure Hargaim before buying eluewhure.
H. B.-AII flood, intend on the Book, will be okarged at regular price,,
•nl. -JAMU ILUTO* 00* IMM **-***-, mmilMT--
H AVING CONCLUDED TO GIVE Uf
Irii.lneu I shall Mil th. entire .lock
r-oiiiilsllneof Dry Good., Clotlilni, Men',
FtinilNliIng Goods, Boots, Shoes, etc., at
25 Per Cent.
Below Cost.
Suits froni $5.00 upwards.
14 yards beat Print, for $1.00
14 « « White Cotton.. 1.00
14 '• " Brown " .. 1.00
10   "    No. 1 heavy Drilling, 1.00
10   "    Canton Flannel  1.00
Best 8/4 Bed Sheeting, 25c. per yd.
Fine Children's Shoes, 75c per pair.
Fine " Straw Hats, 25c. a*.
10 pair Ladies' Stockingi, all colon,
for $1.00.
10 pair Men's Socks for $1.00.
Men's White Shirts, 75c. each.
Best blue, gmy and brown Overalls,
75c per pair.
cme Ml wetre Bnnlii
before we elose oir litre.
O. LEISER.
New W.slmlnster, Hay IB, IM.
mylWc
HERRING'S
Drug Store!
NFW PRICE LIST.
AKOTRM 0MH *EDI CTIM FOK
CM! 0SIT.
WARNER'S SAFE CURE, 8.T.
WARNER'S SAFE l'lLLS, lflc
AVER'S HAIR VIGOR, 83c
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS, 8,*>v
VRflSTABLE DISCOVERY, N.» LEAVER'S SARSAPARILLA, Mo
AYBR'8 CHERRY I'lCTORAL, Mo
ALLAN'S LUNR BALSAM, Me
JAYNES' EXPECTORANT, Mc
PIERCE'S MEDICAL DISCOVER Y,Mc
HALL'S HAIR VIGOR, "' 7«e
HOYT'S COLOGNE (Large), ' 7b
HOP BITTERS, Mo
DIAMOND DYES, 3 for "&>
Ami many others.
aVPhy-ieiani' PrescrlptioMaeeuately
dispensed from van l£ugliik Drug, at
reasonable prices.
A. M. HERRING,
'eric Phsm»t*rt, S.W., B.C. Financial Ruin.
In recklcsaneps of nsaejjion and dis-
.regard of truth, tho opposition Imve
perhaps reached tlio climax in denling
with tlie financial condition of tlio provinco. They have rushed beyond
their depth in a sea of Inures, tlouml-
erlng hopelessly, until they have com*
plotely mystified themselves and all
who would listen to them.
It is not now proposed to troublo
the reader with u grout array of figures,
Let it suffice to state that when the
Smitho administration tool; office, in
January, 1883, they had ft floating
debt of about $300,000.00 lo deal with.
According lo tlie presont tinancial outlook, there will certainly he less than
half that amount of debt next January; aud although, us ft precautionary
measure, tho government liave taken
power to borrow 8300,000.00, there is
every probability that they will have
no occasion to use it. Similar power
wna taken in L883, but it was never
exercised.
From these statements, not oneof
whieh oan besuceeasfully contradicted,
tho render will aeo thnt all tho opposition outcry about tho finances of the
country being in a bad condition, is
sheer nonsense, pure political elnp-trj-ipj
As a matter of fact, the fin-mces of the
province never were in a more satisfactory condition In support of this
it may bo stated that, while the Former
[•overnment paid us high as 8 per cent.
interest, the present one has pjoney
pressed upon it at 5.
The simple oiroumstance of llio opposition seizing upon this as a grouud
(A attack, shows how "hard op they
must be, and h-,w willingly they would
injure the credit of the .country iu
order to hurt their political opponents
—Prov, See's Address,
Our Indians.
The gold-seekers who lirst reached
Lillooet, in 1858, encountered considerable hostility on the part of the Indians encamped at the fountain. At
this time Quiuipsehcan a Shuswap,
who was encamped with his baud at
the foot nf the Pavilion Mountain.
took part with tho whitemen and did
much towards making peace between
the contending parties. He thereby
acquired the friendship of all tho white-
men who knew him. In 18130 tlio present chief justice of British Columbia
pave him n certi6cate of yood character
which waa renewed bv his lordship in
1870.
In 1882 Quinipnchean diod nt tho
Skichistan reserve aud his remains
•were buried in the cemetery there.
He professed the Catholic religion nud
in his last moments was attended by a
priest who wrote hia will and administered to him the last offices uf the
church.
Iu his will Quiuipsehenu made a
friendly mention of thc chief justice,
and as it would appear wished to leave
hiin something na a token of hia regard,
Tho cliief juatice, touched at tho Indian's good-will nnd gratitude, lately
ordered a head board to bo sent to
Skichistan reserve to be placed at thi
.grave of the departed chief. On tho
24th instant Father Lojacq, O.M.L, of
the Catholic mission at Kamloops, aaid
mass for the dead at the chapel, blessed the head board tind moved with it
iu procession to the cemetery, nbout
two hundred yards distant, followed
by some (10 tu 70 men, women and
children who slowly and sweetly chanted a dirge as they went. At tho grave
the monument wna placed in its position nnd a funeral service read by tho
reverend fathor. The Indian agent,
Mr. McKay, who was present, then
gave the Indians a useful and eminently practical- address, in the course of
whioh he asked them to remember nnd
consider the many nets of friendship
and kindness on the pnrt of the white-
man of which they had been the recipients; the gratuitous ministration
of the priests; the constant care be-
stowed upon them by the government,
and the special act of kindness and
friendship on the pnrt of the chief justice which wag the occasion of their
meeting, and for which they could not
be too grateful. When, as he observed, they desired to perpetuate the
memory of thoir departed friends they
should follow the example of tho chief
justice oa generously and kindly instanced by tho monument before thom,
and .bave what they wished to put on
record respecting them inscribed, as in
the present case, in intelligible characters, on durable material, and not to
waste their substance ns their forefathers had done in feasts, the objects
of which were often forgotten soon
after the gifts commemorative of the
event were distributed.
The head board is original nnd simple
in design nnd is very neat nnd appropriate; the epitaph is eaat on a metal
plate sunk into it. The name, tribe,
ago and dato of death of the deceased
chief appear in in raised letters on thc
plate, nnd a Latin cross in metal sur
mounts tho epitaph.
The example sot by tho chief justice
whilo a goud one, ns Mr. McKay r
marked, for thc Indians, might bo
usefully followed by our public men
They would win tho loyalty and good
wishes of tho soveral tribes and earn n
quiet but noble distinction by such
acts of humanity whicli no worldly
success cuuld confer on thom.—IC
loops Sentinel,
Losdon, June '20,—An important city
banking house in conaiilfrin-* a project to
construct a railway from Winnipeg to
the NcIboii river, with the guarantee oi
the province of Manitoba upon £1,000, •
000 sterling of its bonds, boaring inter*
est' at the rate of four por cent, nnd
maturing in 25 years. rlireo million
sterling ihore. ist wanted iu London by
the projectors, and ns the sehome is favorably received by capitali-st-; hore, it is
likely that the money will he forthcoming and the eonstruotloti of tin- new lino
begun within n few months, The operation of this rond will likely aftbet the
north-western system as much tui the
railway connection between Duluth ami
Jluflato affected the Xm York Central.
Ottawa, Juno 28.--It i.*i officially
learned that no change ban tal-jon place
in the policy ofthe Dominion government in. reference tu the protecti'in of
the Canadian flaherios, in lieu of hm
vigorous enforcement of thc law. The
recent circular (o collectors of customs was merely to make plain certain
matters' of interpretation. It is now as
it always has beun the polioy of tho govemment that any V. S. fishing veml
found fishing, or preparing to lish, or
known td have fished, in Canadian wators,
shall bo seized, at once and without
warning. Twenty-four hours' Earning
Is applicable soldy to United Stato* fish-
ing vessels found hovering in tho vicinity
of Canadian waters.
On a plat of ground containing less
than a acre, located iu London ftml
nearly lurrounded by high buildings,
a garden continually raises nmslin-nma
that are aoid in Oovent Garden Mni kef,
for $2,500. Tiiey are not protected by,
glass, and the manure required to raise
them is collected from the streets.
The London of To-Day.
We speak of the rapid changes in
our American cities, but nothing liko
the changes of London can exist with
us. Growth is not a change of this
kind. Paris alone, in certain respects,
cau show such mela-morpluises as London. But on tho whole, Paris, as I
saw it at thia first visit to the Old
World, was inure like tho Paris one
sees uow than was London tif 1850 like
tho London of to-day. The mere question of growth is n minor matter.
London was not thu metropolis of thu
world in 1850, and now it in. Then it
was only a huge provincial town, The
Londoner in general mea.*-tired nothing
but himself, and nuliody camo* to London for anything but hardware, goud
wnlking*-l)Qots, siuUlles, etc.; now it is
the entrepot of the civilized world. Thu
World's Fnir of 1851 ami succeeding
similar flisplays of what cosmopolite
industry can do, tho common arrival
of ocean si camera, rare ut the timo I
am writing of, have changed the entire
oharaotei' of London life aud business
and thu tone of ils hoeiety..- U is not
merely 111 lhe fact that 48,000 houses
wero built in the capital in tne last
year, or that you Iind colonies of
1-Ycnch, Italians, Russians, Groeta in
it, but that Iho houses nre no luiigei*
what they were, inside or out, aud
thus the foreigner is an assimilated in*
urcdieut iii its philosophy. All this
has come since I860,—IF, J. St'dlman
in May Atlantic.
Tlie Press on lhe Exhibition.
In a recent issue attention was called
to some uf tho opinions expressep by
tho London daily press in regard td
the exhibition and tho Canadian section. Tho London weekly journals
have naturally less space to devoto to a
detailed notice of the various courts,
nnd yet from •thein Canada receives
adequate attention, Thu Graphic rightly finds in tho Canadian section "less
of tlio picturesque than of the practical.7' To the Vkiorial World the Canadian display seems nn "excejlent
show." To thc Architect the range of
Canadian exhibits is "very comprehensive"; thu agricultural trophy is a
"feature which once aeen is nut soon
to be* forgottenl'j lhe furniture is
thought but littlo of, though recent
additions to this department would
doubtless soften, if nbt reverse lhat
criticism; tho educational court of j
Canada is "thc bust in the whole exhibition1"; and the collection uf Canadian
minerals "is one of the most, comprehensive" in tho building, Life regards
Canada aa "a really wonderful show--
mure utilitarian of course than lhat of
India, but. none tho less full of varied
interest." Even the Mark Lane\J$x-
press is pleased. "Canada," it remarks, "makes by far tho best agricultural display nmong the colonies and
depondeuciea, though as an exporting
country she is not the most import nut."
Tho provincial journals, also, urn
not behind in thoir appreciation of
tho commercial nnd political importance of the display. The Birinin(//tabi
Daily Post says;—"Moro than a thon-
sand individual Canadian exhibitors
have come forward of their own volition to show at onco the natural wealth
of their territory and whnt industry
nnd enterprise have done for ils development. From its three million square
milea of territory, ahout equal to lhe
extent of Europe, of late years traversed by thnt marvellous trunk railway,
the Canadian Pacilic line, come principally the fruits of virgin prairies and
forests, with somo remains of tho rude
arts of (he Indian aborigiuies * * *
and the manufacturers uf the leadim.'
Canadian cities exhibit largely." Another leading journal, the Leed Met- I
cun/, remarks: — "Pushing Canada !
comes out bravely with agricultural j
products, and with machinery nnd im-!
moments too, being singular in this
latter display, as tho other colonies do
uot show a score of implements between them," Tho Mercunj jb, however, disnppointcd that Canada has not
a more adequate exhibit. "The display as it is, it concludes, referring tu
the whole exhibition, "must lill the
ordinary visitor with astonishment,
nnd make him i-roud of his birthright
na n Briton. No other nation in the
world could make such a magnificent
display of ils own products and manufactures." The Edinburgh ■Stwfeii'i-nli
compares the Canadian with the Indian
suction. "India beams forth iu all its
eastern splendor; Canada coines to
the front as a country capable of great
things—waiting for the development
which capital and population can only
supply." The Canadian court is thus
the "least showy uf all," but "thur-
oughly practical"; nnd, it is added,
"strange, indeed, it will be if a visit
does not servo ns a surprise to those
who only know Canada by name, nnd
who look upon it as a vast lnnd of forest and prairie, practically shut out
from the rest of the world for n certain
numbor nf months in the year by (he
severity of ita winters #'"* * Taken ns a wliole, the exhibition is highly
creditable to the Dominion uud to its
commissioner in this country, who has
taken so much interest in ilsprogrofls,^
The Sussex Daily Hews remniks:--
"Canada makes n brave show. Its
courts fnrm a large exhibition by tliem-
Hi'lveH." Thu -Nimt-viuli Guardian,
viewing the Canadian exhibits as a
whole, tioiiHidyrs them "very intereit-
ing and decidedly English iu appearance. The inanuf.ietnres show that
lhe industrial capacity uf lh.> Molfier
Country haa heen reproduced in tho
Duugliter-lurid; aiid thus in economic
matters we are in harmonious unity
with our kindred in Canada as in matters touching the unity of lhe empire
of Queen Victoria,"
"Foreign journals have tilth) shown
tlieir appreciation of the importance uf
iho exhibition, Among tln-se in L'ln
tiejkmm liehjf tif Brussels; whioh
saya:—-"Canada, ns largo, us Euritpq.
coloring nn area ot 2 A"million square
miles, occupies a prominent place at
tho exhibition. Especially in agriculture does it excel. The trophy of graft)
and fruits is grandinro, and one may
as much of Lhe agricultural implimi-uts
- tools so perfect and su superior fo
everything made tri Europe, lhat economists are asking why iu (Canida'a)
manufactures persist in slid] 11 rii-i;
shumsu|i'i>B behind projectivedulie^f;
I'a ii ail I tin Qdxellc,
A well-known minister was sent
soulh from New Jersey a few years
ago lo lubor'nmnrig the c. Itirfcii i-roi.le.
They received him with many demon-
sirations of joy, and at thu tirst meeting which ho hold one colored preacher
prayed for him with g'rtjlil earnestm-Hs,
(hum 'IO Lord I bress dis yer dear
I nn dd or what's come duwn from du
Nort tu preach do gospel to us, 'Noint
him wid de koroseiiu tio ob'salvashun
and set him on fire."— -Detroit Free
J'l CM.
, ■jUflie.H1 and Children's Rcnily-mnda
Costumes, at less than cost, for ensh, nt
.Ins. Kllard ft Co's. jnllitc
Absolutely Pwe>
This po\Vdor never varies,  a marvel ol
|iu lib.Hlrt'iiyUi mul wliuleMimeiies-i. Mure
iToiioiiiienl ilmii tin' --I'lUniirv kind'-, and
cnimol hi! sold In eompe llloa with Ilie
miililtmieof low test,shorl welffht alum
uv iihosplmle pow'ti'iv-. Niid only In i-ans.
RoyalBAKtxti I'owio-u Co., ion Wnii si..
New Vork. Hfi'ly
E. HUTCHERSON"
NUHHEUY.MAX A DEALER IN
Fruit and Ornamental Trees,
Ladner'S Landing, B. C,
rnHK SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IX-
1 form Die peonleof Ithlisli CoUimblii
dial he luise-JiiiMlslied ti Nursery al Ladner's Lanilin-;, aod ts prepared to till
all orders for   Erull   Trees,  OrniUiientnl
Ti s. Slirulilierv, Vines,   smnll  Fruits.
Ae. Trees Imported or homo grown ac*
cordlm* lo Ilie wishes of eust timers. Tlie
snhsei-jlier lius Iind a Mmroti-'li praelleul
ti-ulninif in the l hi--In ess, and having u
■•enn.'iiieni slake tn the country it Is his
tiiierest lo.leal fairly willi lliepul)lie. He
will v.-.'iit ijii.ni Hie various I owns and set-
tlemeiiissliui-llv.iind nil on lem will have
liispersonul ntleiillon.
dlliaie E. ItUTCITEltSON.
STORAGE..,,
FORWARDING!
AGENTS FOR C. P. N. OO.
Wi'J AUK NOW  I'Kl'Jl'AUI'JII TO 11E-
mjlyil, Hloro nml titli-ml lu Fnrwnrd-
iujjr, GbotlS.from
HOPE TO CRAHtTE CITY.
-Mei-uluinls nnd others gouslglllllttgoWa
loonrcire will havu our best altenilon nt
the lowest rates.
Fraser & Peters.
Hope, B.C., April to, 188(1. 2lap3m
Pliilu^n-JFuney
Bread, Buns, Pies, Cakes,
Anil C'oufri'Monery always on linnil.
GROCERIES &PMISI0NS
Delivered loany pari of tne City.
zz—x-Zj-j: SBCia,   CUmnbln street.
D. S. CITE & CO.
W'olwlc nml Ilctnll
DRUGGISTSI
■few Westminster; B.C,
rnlilCIc
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY.
FRESHWATER TERMINUS!
IMPORTANT
Auction Sale
ill RESERVES
GARDENS.
AlM'ULir At'H'ION will lalteplueent
the Counell (Ihiiiuhers, In tlie City of
New Westinln-tlrr.on
Thursday, July 15th. 1886,
At III ii'irlrrrrl: In lire nut'lloul], wllOll llio
fnllim-lni! lnln will In' ."iiliinllli'il it, publio
riiliilir-liliiill. Ill iii'rr'.r'lnrlr'i' Willi "Ijunl
Mule    ll.v-I.nw.   IKHI,"  nnrl   illnirmlini'nlH
llioralo, i-i"!
'iOVKIlN'll'NT OFFIOE riAIIUI'NS.
ltlnrrk A.
Lots Nob. JI. fi, li, 8, II anil III.
Lola Noh. Kl to Utl, inclusive.
VKJTOIilA UARI'KNJ-i-llkmk 11.
• Lots Nos. JI tn 7, inclunivt'.
Lrrln Nos. ,14, Jl.i mul Jill.
ST. PATRICK'S BfyjAKE-.Mook I).
Lifts Nos. 4 to 8, Inclusive.
l'rt»No». Ill In 18,' >>
AUCH IIAItDKN.S-lllook IJ.
Lots Num. II, H, II llllll Kl.
CLINTON PLACE liKSERVE-Illook F
Luis Nos. 1 to <*r. inclusive,
Lots Noa. SJItu Jill,. "
I,nts Nos. 8, II nml 10,
ST. (JKUKIIK'S SQUARE- lllocl; II.
I/its Nos. II ami 7, nnrl
Lots Nos. P.* to 2'2, inclusive.
ST. ANI'RKW'S SI'UAI'I'-I'lcok K,
Lots Nos, 7 iiml 8, nml
„     Lota Noa. Hi trr 111, Inclusive.
Lots Non. L'l to 40,
'"'Tlie Lota lire mostly IHi liy l;i*2 feot.
THII JIK-JB!.,; |lor irrrrl. nil I ho lull ill (lie
li-iinlui-r; JIJ:1,; por i-i-nl. In Hirer1 liionllis;
mill llio Inl In lure ol Mie pil ri'hil-,- lllour-vltl
MlM inouMls lirnn lllll'1 of Hull'.
Ily onlor,
A. .1. AI.I'IIIIT, C.M.C.
Clly Clerli's Dilli e.
New WV-liiilnsliT, 1101 Is June, 18811,
JolKIM
 OF THlrJ--
VICTOBIA
Hns nppollltetl Uie Unrlerslriuetl Ills
Agent for HewWcitmlnster Oity anil
District.
All Orders bj- Mull or otherwise will Tin
promptly nttcluleil to.
QOalglin, Smrlliles of Mulerlul llllll Prior's
furllislioil on jippllcfttioli.
C. R. MONCK.
New Wesl., Mny Slat, 18811. jn'-'lc
(LIMITED)
(LATE DEBECK BROS. & CO.!
Hills anil OUIit nt S:t|i|H'iiiin, one
mile Irom Sew Wcslmlnslcr.
llraiirh Lumber Tanl at Vancouver,
MANUl'ACTIlllEI'SANll DEALE11B IN
ALI. KIN1ISOI'
Rough and Dressed
LUMB
Shingles,
Shakes.
liSltllS.
Pickets.
Doors.
Windows.
Blinds.
Mouldings.
Brackets.
Balusters.
And cvorytliing in tho Wnoil Line t
quired for lmilding pui*[iosofl.
H. L. DeBECK,
mhiiti! Manager.
Spring Ms
Has imported from  Lomton, Eng.
n large stock of
Tho Latest Shapes and Fnsinon.
Trimmed and Untrimmed
HATS,
Feathers,  Flowers,
iftOnunthlo.
Also, ii good Assort incut of
Jerseys,   Capes,
Dolmans,
Jackets,
As lute in fashion, chonj) and ^ood
us to bn had in R 0.
Kerr & Co's N. M. T. 200-)d. U*cord
Spools, 5(»c. per dozen.
Wo keep a stock of
WOOLS
OF ALL KINDS,
-ALSO,-
Ms' Furnishings
At tho comniunoament of rfnnther
Bpring wu tnko this fipporlunity to
thank the publio for past favo-is, mid
hopo for a continutuicc of tho snmo.
Globe House
WM. RAE,
OouiMiiu Stiikkt,
New \V ehtm i nhtkk.      n p8l o
NOTICE.
A Mi ACCOUNTH DUW TO MK MUST
A   lio piiiil fnrthwltli uthorwlKi- they will
fie iiluci'd In llio lm mis of iny Milliilti-r.
(I, 1MIHYH.
Now Wi-HlmliiNtor,Muy lH,imi,
19inyi)m
mn'WE.
Sittings ofthe County Court
of Cariboo
Wi i.i. nn noi.ni'jx at tii e undpju-
Irri'iilli.iH'il plnt-cs mul llinorr, vizi—
Al I.I 1,1.0(1 UT On-llli .Xuno next.
At OLINTON On 17tli Jnno next.
Al SODA. OREEK On Jllltli Jnno ncvl.
Al (lUHSNEI.r.EJI'TII, On .Inl July noxt.
Al IHOHFIELD Oll'jlll Jnly noxl.
llyConiiniiiiil.
* JOHN   UOllSON,
inyJJIl rnnindnl St'irri'lnry.
Sbcjkf.
AIIV'K Ol-'KIIT,
Sid
Juno. 18ft,
Ills   IIOXOIJIl
Fl   ODvarnor Jr
TIIE
s ln'r'1
LIEUTENANT-
jlloitsod In np-
imllll llli'Inl lilWll
I'liion Iii lio Un-
niriiliii!iillli'i'i'Nfi
rtUoE
iTlnrrrl Iilslrl.ls
sot opposito their
ospocll
c nitiiios, viz..—
ll.W.Il.t'nriilio.rc
ool. Dis
.o'fVlotoriildlly
Tlir.riilnn I'l'll,
Vlclorln.
M. Hirrv,
J. J. Austin,
..
Nniinlinii.
Esiiuiiniill.
HonrvFiT,
II. K llnrlililr',
..
Uijiiicliiin.
Uniniix.
Clinrloa Wanvlclt
"
New Wost-
lirliintr'r'l'lt.v
JbBllisO. Iliiiilios,
"
Now Wost-
mlnster.
Wllllrrin Ilililil,
Villi.'.
I'r.il.ili-U Sriru's,
I.lllnoel.
John llirwnili,
Cariboo,
A. VV, Vrrwr'll,
ICooloniiy.
WrrllorArrrli'r	
I'llsslnr,
TICJB
IS INCIiinfi   (ilVKN iiiul, ii|i|)llciillon
will he maclo'toihoXofflsiativo'Aspom-
bly-of the Province of JirltiHii Colnmhlu,
nt tlio noxt- si'shIoii Mioronf, for nu Actio
iiii'nriionil)' a ironi'inny fur llio *nu-|)o.soof
I'lHisii-in-iing, managing uml innlntalnlng
Wntcr Works nt lln-li*rniii*.iil jioinl ofl lie
I'liniiiNiin l'.u-lih- Iviillwuy un Conl Hiirlior
nml Kiifilinh liny, mul for thu inirposDH
thoroof granting to tho snid eoinpany tho
nrivilego of taklui* wnter from Cnplliino
t'nrli, tinrnnliy Luki' or other suitable
'  " '1 thc Niiid company
.uctt}, lay pipes, erect
■I'Hitji,oi'-|iilre lands, nnd do all oilier acls
nd iliings tifM'cKsnry for thc purposes
furesilil.
KBKItTS -.t.TAVr-OH,
Kiillcitoi-Kfor Appllcanls.
Hated KeploinlierSDIh, 1835. defile
E WORKS
•IAMHS riSHKl., I-roprictor.
MONUMUNTS, HHAmsTONKM/t'OMlW,
TABtiETS ANP C'ROi-iHHrt, YOli-
NlTaitB MAltHl.K, Ac.
Persons living nl ri distance, hy sending
a I'i'sci'iplioiiuf --vlial Ihev wish, enn have
il.'si-ius priers, ,-U:, furnlslied on applieu-
llun. All wurk -,'iiai-iiiileeil ciinal loany
on thu 1'nelnV I'uasl, and at reiisoiinlile
rates.   N, B,—jNo llgonts employed.
flonlon Strcci, Victoria, B.C.
JACKSON'S
—2'2£lsT£*F
Navy Tobacco.
Wo call the nttetltlon of eoiiHinners to
the siipftrlui'idle wing qnul llloa of thit) mpjjt
excellent Tobacco, BmiiploS will he sent
fn:oiiy applying to i. a v.. \t»:uiui:ni>
I'.il, Ml antl B00 1're.nt Slreel, Snn lliin-
eUco, Cal.", Solo Agents fqr raeifle Const,
Xhogootlfi are for sale liy all the principal Jobherslu British Columbia.  ,
ijyiy 	
JOHNS. COX,
Ini|imtei-nnd Dealer in
KFilHI
WHITE   M.MIOKXS,
I!K01V\   l.iKUIKMlNS,
1'I.VMOtTII   1UKKS,
m.\<;shanus,
Wlklln Ci*(Mt-*d HlnekPnlnn-ln,
Guillen Fowls,   lloueil UlickM,
While l'cklu UiiefcH.
Pit OltlllCH,  IloiMlRtlM,
»va.Blrdsand Egp supidlcd at low rates,
and all slock gunriinteed.
Koyiil Avenue, Bast of Douglns St.
mh-tle
FIEE
TERMS EASY.
I). S. CURTIS, A.jkst,
Now Westminster.
H, N. COWAN. Kkukctaiiv,
jcllltrj Viotorin.
Fire! Fire!
TESTIMONIAL!
Vtimatter. .';irdJmie, ItiUn.
Mi:. <:. iiniiKitrsoN,
Viine.inveri
lU'proKrtilliiftnoltlio.'-S MoCttllopli,
(iiill.Onl.
Hlll.-We lhe uni'.ersliriU'd having wit-
in-MHi'd the lerrlhle lire wliich wiped out of
r\l;ilelice Ihe VOllllg idly of Villii'Ollver,
on lhe lull in-l., have, aflei-thc lire, cx-
aiiiliieil lhe safes soli) liy you, niitiie of
whieh were pnl to the tnoal scvered'St,
havlm: heen surroiiiided liy larj-i' i-naiitl-
tli>sof lard nad hiienn, nml we are pleteied
to testify io tlie reiiiarluilde imiuiier In
whieh eiery Safe soltl hy yon proflopv-Stl
iin eonleiil.*., not only lioolts and pripow,
hut iilwi MimiHniiilH of di'lliu-s In puper
Ilinnev were liiken otll In perfect condition. \v i, ihortforc;Villi tliogreal'
fit eiiiillilenee, recomnieii'l  llieni us I lior*
oiighlyllre V>-««<■■
I,, A. lluiiillloii.foi- Ilie ('nnndliiti I'aellle
Itnllway foinpaiiy: M, A. Mnehean,
Mnvor; John I lllaiie, Sllpi-iidlnr.V Ma-
L'lslrale;   lileh'-l.   AlCMinder, .llisllec of
tliel'i ;.luhii lloiiltl J-olleeMiiglK*
I rule, citvof Vnncouver; Thomas Dunn,
.Insllee nf thu 1'eace; IrtftltQ .lohns, Col.;
Kdwnrd M, Hand, Ileal Kslate Hrolter;
It, Balfour, AhhTiiiaii: John Itunkln,
Ileal Kilnte II olter: I'lther A Rilmin,
Boval llnlel: II. 1''. Keefer, Conlrnehir,
(,'. P. It,; .1. \V. M-l-'ii'-hi'M, Port Moody,
lo Vancouver nnd Mnullnli Hay; P. (!.
Innes A-Co, B-jmI Km an- Brokers- A. W.
Bijh.m, Itenl I'Islale Broker; (Inively A
Hplnki, Ileal Kstale Bi-okers; |(. U. Fer*
■tiiion, Mgr. B.C. P. Mills. JeU-lla
PROCLAMATION.
Electornl District or Xew Westminster, To YIH:
-pUBIitC NOTICK IS HKBKBV GIVEN
I lothe Klectorsof lhe nistrlctof Now
WOBtmlnstor, lhat In ohedlenee to Her
Majesty's Writ lo me illrci-tcd.and bear-
lnj,'date the 3rd day of .Tune, In the yenr
of Onr Lord one thousand eight hundred
nnd ei(,'luy-sl.\, I rqquiro Llio presence of
tlie said Kh'i-lorsiit Punch's Hotel,Brownville, on the^ird duy of ,lnne,at 12 o'clock
noon, for thc pnniose of KloctliiK three
persons lo represent them In Ihe Legislature of Mils Province.
The mode of nomination of Candidates
shall he us follows:
Thc Candidates shall he nominated In
wrlllii'.'.tho writIiik shall ho subscribed by
two registered volers of the Dislrict as proposer and seconder, and by three other
reentered voters of the said District as
nssentln-- lothe nomination- and shall he
delivered lothe Bi-liirnlnf- Ollicer at uny
time between the dateof Ihe Proclamation and i p.m. of I he day of nomination,
and In lhe event of u poll being nOQflBBftry
snehpoll will hi-open on tlie 7lh dav df
July, ISSi), at
Mn!.st*iil,Blversldc.
Punch's Hotel, Ki'iniuliuioo Boiul.
Town Mall, itlelimond.
Town Hall,Surrey.
Court llon-ic, lltirntnl Inlel.
Mr. Hunt'.' iiouse, HuIPh Prairie
Moody vl lie.
AirsnsU'B I.audins.
Mr. York's House, l'p])er Sumas,
Alder (irovo, siiortreed's.
Seliool Mouse, Snnias.
Lil-
■lev.
leltl'
,M;,jleUld(*e.
Tiiiiiiiil.
Cent revllleSehoolhonse, Chilli whack.
School House, Burton i'ralrle.
'• "      IiClimau's I.aiiilln«.
"        "      Clover Valloy.
"        "      Port Moody.
Of whieh evory perton is hereby required
lolalto notice anil ifovern hlniKcIf aecord-
ln«ly.
Given nnder my hand al Vancouver the
Tlh day of June, one thousand eight luinilred and L-t-*.'hl v-hIx.
.1. C. J1UGHKS.
Jeiltd Hemming Otllecr,
[r,.s.[ cr,i-:MKN'T p. cobnwali-.
CANADA.
PBOVIXCK OK BRITISH COLUMBIA.
VICTORIA, hy tiie Grace of God,of tho
United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland, ori-i'N, Defender of the Kallh,
Ae,.,Ae.
To ull to whom these presents slmll come.
GltERTINO.
A PROCLAMATION.
Al.icx. 13. B, DAVIE, \ TTmiKRKAH B is
Attorney-General.)   VV    advisnhle lo
establish the fallowing additional polling
places in the .several and respective Klec-
foral Dlfitrlcis hereinafter linmod,
NOW KNOW YK.thal hy virtue of the
anthorllv eonlalncu In the "I'nalltleatlon
ans Kej-lstrallon of Voters'Ai-l, IKTH." Ihe
l,ieiilenlaiit-Governoi- In Council declares
tliat lhe followini! uddltiomil |iolling
tthti-.— -hull be.iiiulllievnie hereliv, estll-
bllsheil for Ihe several lOk'cloral Dlstrlels
the names of vrlitcn an- sit OppbsllA such
polllnj; plaeo- re^pertlvely, that Is to
Hay-
Pqlllug I'hircs.
School I louse, Soiuenos
Bin imi Prairie Seliool
nouM'	
Moodyvillo  	
Muin-vT-mii Hall	
PI. Momlv Seliool House
I,i Innai.-s l.aildlll-'
School HoiD-e	
Clover Vnlh-y School
House	
Aldei (trove, Shorl reed'.-
Agnusl/.-s Laudlnp	
Aslieroft Slullon	
Hbuswup Pralrlo Post (J.,
Priest's Vftlloy, Govern-
Kleetoral IMst
Cowichun.
j New Westm'r.
men I "ill'-.
iilli-'
l.-ove
..I.J
Vale.
Wallace's	
Chlk-oaten    Cariboo.
EiupfroRnnoli.'wflstsidol
Of Knisei- ) DUlooet.
Farwell	
Wlllderinere	
Kootenay Lako	
Golden Clly	
Donald	
Ci.iiiIui.iiI,	
McCullongli'P Creek
Lome Creek	
Aberdeen	
Methlkailali	
Naas River	
Albcnd	
Nnnaimo,
1nTi:*-i1*.ionv \\'in:itiio'. We have caused
I ii.--- nm Lotlurslo lie made i'alent, and
the Great Seal of ihe wald Piovincc to bo
herciiiit-iatliseil:   WrrNi:-*,tlieHoiionr-
iibio Clement I'-JCoIinwall, Lhmten-
itiit-Govi-nior of nur ehld Piovince of
Britisli Columliia, In Uur Mild City of
Vicioria, in Ont-aid Province,fhlsthtrd
dny of June,in ihuyearof Our Loiil one
thousnnd eight hundred and clght-si.v,
and in the forty-ninth year of Onr
Ri-lt-n.
By Command
.INO, ROBSON,
Provincial secretary.
IL.S.1   CLEMENT P.CORNWALL.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OK BRITISH COLUMBIA.
VICTORIA, hy the Grace of God, of the
Untied Kingdom of Great Britain aud
Ireland, Ui'kkn, Defender of lhe Palth,
Ac., A-c., i-c.
To all to whom tlioso Presenls shall come.
(DtKi-rriN'j.
A PROCLAMATION.
At,i;x. E.B. lUviiUTTrHFmi'.AS,   We
Attomey-Geneial.t VV imMiesironsand
resolved, as soon ns may be, to meot Our
people of Our Province of British Coluinliln,nndto have their advice iu Our Leg-
iMlatuir*, We do make known Our Royal
Will and Pleasure to cnll a now Leglsln-
live Assembly of Our snhl Province: nnd
do further declare thnt, hv the ndvlee of
Oar Executive Council nf British Columbia, We liave Ihis day given orders for
Issuing Our Wills In due form, for cilll-
Inj- anew Lo-.-lslntive Assembly for Our
said Proviuce, which Writs are to bear
dulo on the Third day of .luno, Instant,
nnd lo be renminbli-  on or before the
Plrst day of September next,
iNTi-ifvrnioNY Wiii-ui-.o*-, Wo have caused Ihcseour Letters to be made Patent,
and the Public Seal of the said Province
lo he hereiinlo alllxed:  Witnebh, Tho
Honourable Ci,i:mi;nt   K.   Coiinwau.,
Lleiitenanl-Govei- *f Our snid   Province of British Columbia, in our Clly
of Vicioria, In Our said Province, this
Third day of .June, in the year of Our
Lord OI10 llionsiinil eight hundred and
cl-jlily-six, and In the forty-nlnlb year
of our Reign.
Bv Command.
JAMES O, PREVOST.
Rci,lsirar of the supreme Court,
|L. S.]   CLEMENT K. CORNWALL
I'ROVINCK OK BRITISH COLUMBIA.
VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of tho
Colt..! Klng-l'-m .if <ii.ut Bt nl
Ireland, ({rm-'N, 1'i'fetider of lhe Kaltli,
AcAc.A'i-.
A PROCLAMATION.
P. .K. DiviNd, l-HTHEREAH It
Dep. Allorney-Geiieral,) V» ■« unueens-
snry lo continue the Poltlng Plnee nt
Royd aud Kllgoiir'-*, In tlie Electornl
Dlslrlet of New Westmlnsler; and where-'
as It is advisable lo appoint   a  Polling
Pliu I thc Town Hall, Itlelimond, In the
said Klectoml District:
NOW KNOWYK, that l,y virtue of tlio
anthorllv eiiiilaliied In lhe "Klcellon Regulation Aei,lH7l, id the "Qualification
and Registration of Volers Act, 18711," nnd
amending Acts,and of all other powers
and aulhortlles In Hint hehalf enabling,
tho Lieutenant-Governor In Council declares, ami It Is hereby declared, thut the
Polling Place al lloyd ami Klltmur's, In
thesahl Eteeloral District, shall bo dls-
conlluiied, aud furllier, that an nddltlon.
al Polling Place in the said Electoral
Dlslrlet slinll be unpointed nnd established al Ilie Town Hull, Richmond, In tho
said Kleclornl Dislrlci.
In Twotmony Witi'lll-or, We have cnus-
cd Ihcseour Letters to lie mude Pntent,
and Mio Great Heal ofthe said Provlnoo
lo he hereunto alllxed: Wiinkhh, Hie
Honourable Ci.K'IKxt P. CottNWAl.l.,
Llmilenanl-Governor of Our suld Province of British Columblu, iu Our City
of Vletorla, In Our said Province, this
Third day of June, in the yenr of Our
Lord Dim thousand eight Jiamlred and
olghty.slx.aiid In tlio forty-ninth year
ofOlirltelKll.
By coiutnnml.
JNO. BOBHON,
l'mv tne tai Heoreiury,
CLEMENT P. CORNWELL.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OP BRITISH COLUMBIA.
VICTORIA, bythe Grace of God, of the
United Kingdom of Great Britain nnd
Irolund, QUBEN, Defender of the Kulth,
Ac,, Ac., Ac.
A PROCLAMATION.
P, Ai. Irving,      1\T7 HEREAS it
Den, Attorney-General, j VV     Is  advis-
nhle to cstuhllsh un additional   Polling
Plnee In the Electoral District of Cassiar:
NOW KNOW YE, tlmt the virtue of the
nuthorlty couialiiGil iu the-'tiuallllcnllon
und Registration of Voters Act, 18711," the
Lleutennnt-Governor In Council declines
that an additional Polling Place sball be,
und the snine is heivhv, established at the
Inverness Cannery In tbo said Electoral
District.
iNTh-STIMOHV WltKlli-iOF, We have caused
these Our Letters to he mnde Patent, nml
the Greal Heal of the snid Province to he
hereunto alllxed: Witni-ss.Ihe Honourable Ci.i-aiEX-r K, CoitNWi:i,i„ Lleillen-
ant-Governor or Oursald Province of
Brllish Columblu, In Our Citv of Victoria, In our said Ptovince, this Third
day of June. In the yoar of Our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and elghly-
slx, ninl lu Ihe forty-nlnlh year of Our
Roigu.
Ry Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
liljolt Provincial Scorelary.
[L. 8,[   CLEMENT P. CORNWALL
VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of tho
United Kingdom of Hrent Britain and
Irelund.QvKKN,Defender ofthe Knltli,
Ac., Ac., Ac.
To tho Returning oniccr nf the Electoral
District of Now Westm luster City.
WHEREAS His Honour tho Lleulen-
nnt-Govornor   of Brllish   Columbia
has, by a ProehiuintionbenrliiK dnte the
3rd day of June, lustl, been plensed to de-
solvo tlio Legislative   Assembly  of the
snid Province; ami whereas It is neccssarv
to hold Elections throughout  the  snid
Province to till the vacancies unused   by
dissolution. We command you that, notice of tho time and place of Election being duly given, you do cause iElecllon lo
be mnde according lo law, of Ono Member
to servo in the Legislative Assembly of
thoPro«liiceof British Columbia, for the
Kleetoral  Dlstrlet. of New Westminster
Clty..aml Hint you do cause the nomination of CHiidlihites at sueh election to be
held on theiird day of June, I88li,and do
cause the name of such Member, when so
elected, wh Otll or he be present oraliseiil,
to bo certified to our Supremo Court, nf
the City of Victoria, on or before the lst
day of September next, the Election so
mado distinctly and  openly  under Our
Seal duty endorsed upon UiIb Our Writ.
In Testimony Whereof, We have caused
tliese Onr  Letters  to be mude Patent
under the Grent Seal of Our said Provlncoof British Columliia: Witness the
Honorable Clement K. Cornwall, at Our
Government House, at Victoria, the 3rd
day of June, In the year Of Our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and eighty-
six.
By Command.
JAMES C. PREVOST,
Registrar of tbo supreme Court.
(L. S.1   CLEMENT P. CORNWALL.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OP BBITIKH COLUMBIA.
VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of the
United Kingdom of Great Britain und
Behind, Queen, Defender of tbe Palth,
Ac, Ac, Ac.
To Our fulthfiil the Members elected to
servo In tlie Legislature Assembly of
Our Provlnoo of British Columbia, and
lo all whom It muy concern,—Gki-:i-;t-
ino.
A PROCLAMATION.
Ai.ex. E.B. Davie, 1\ITHERKAS Wo
Attarnrit-Grnrral.) W havetboughl III
by nnd with the ndvice und consent o:
Our Executive Conncil of Our Province oi
British Columbia, todcssolve the present
legislative Assembly of Oursnh! Province,
which stands prorogued until Iho Nlnlii
day of the month of August next.
NOW KNOW YE, that We do, for this
cud, publish this Our Royal Proclamation, and do hereby dessolve tlie Legislative Assembly accordingly, and Hie Members thereof are discharged from tbelr
mooting and attendance on the said
Ninth day of A ngn.d next.
Is Tehtimonv WiiEtiEOf. Vfe have unused these Our Letters to tic made Patent
ami the Great Seal of British Columhla
to be hereunto affixed: Witness, the
honourable Ci.emknt P. OoitNWAi.n,
Ltculenant-Goverhor of Our said Province of lirilisli Columbia, In Our Cltv
of Victoria, In Our said Province, this
Third duy of June, in the year of Our
Lord One thousand eight hundred and
elglity-slx.und lu thc forty-ninth yenr
of Our Reign.
By Commnntl.
JAMES C. PREVOST,
Itraixtnu- of the Sum-emr Court.
fUS-J   CLEMENT P.CORNWALL.
OANADA.
PROVINCE OP BRITISH COLUMBIA.
VICTORIA, bythe Grnco of God, ofthe
United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Irolnnd, liUKEN, Defender of the Palth,
Ac„Ao.,Ac.
To ull to whom these Presenls shall come.
QRBBTIKQ-
A PROCLAMATION.
P. JR IiiVINo, \TITHEREAS u
Dep, Attorney-Generul.) VV Writ fortho
Election of a Member ofthe Legislative
Assembly for tho Electornl District of
Kootenay Is ubout lo be Issued;
And whereas  It Is expedient that the
fihice for the nomination nf Candidates
ll the said Electoral District should beat
Donald, hi tho said Electornl  Dlslrlet;
And whereas by the "Election Regulu-
tion Act, 1871,'!tho Governor lu Council
Is empowered, from lime to time, to np-
l>olnt, by ProL'lamatlon, the plaeo for tho
nomination of Candidates In each Electoral District:
NOW KNOW YE, that In pui-siiniice of
Hie powers contained iu thesald Act, uud
nf   nil other powers   ami authorities In
thai   behalf  enabling,  the    Lieutenant-
Governor in Council appoints and  do*
elares, nnd It is horoby unpointed and declared, that Donald shall be tlio place for
tho nomination of Candidates for election
tothe legislative Assembly In Ilie Electoral District of K'ootenuy.
InTkhtimonv Wiieueoi*. We have caused IhcsoOur Letters lo be made Patent,
and the Groat Seal of Hie said Province
to  bo hereunto atllxcd: Witness, the
Honourable  Ci.nsjr.vr   P. Coiinwau,,
Lloutoniiiit-Gnvcriinr of   Our said Provlncoof British Columbia- in Our City
of Victoria, In Our said Province, tliis
Third day of Juno, in the yenr of Our
Lord One thousand eight  hundred und
olghty-slx, ami In lhe forty-ninth yonr
of Our Reign.
By Command.
JNO, ROBSON.
Provincial Secretary
Land Bcglslry Ordinance. 1870
Tin- Knsti'i-ly half «f lot So. I, lllui-k V,
pnrt uf Hie Tumi or Urnnvllle. nmi
Ih the Clly or Vnnronver,
WHEREAS THE CliRTIEICATE OP
TBte of Lewis Curler to the nbove-
mentioned land has been destroyed, and
uppllciitlon lius been made foradupllcate
thereof; Notl'io is therefore liereby given
of my Intention to Issue a fresh cortltlcnlc
of title in Hen of thnt so destroyed, unless
cause be shewn to Hie conlriiry within
one month from tho dale hereof.
R. Vf. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Laud Registry Ollice,
New Westminster, Ifith June, lBHll.
Jn lllm 1
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870.
Tlir S. % or llic H, % or l.»l No. 17. Merit
III. lu Hie Kiibnrhs or Hew IVrstmln-
Htrr {HNsonlG I'nnrtrry).
■MrjlEREAS TIIE CERTIFICATE OF
Vf Tide of .!osb-s Charles Hughes,
Henry Hoy uud John llondry iTrimtei-s)
to the nbovo-nienthineil land bus been
lost or destroyed and application bus been
made for a duplicate thereof;
Noiloo Is therefore hereby given nf my
Intention lo Issue u fresh Ccrtllleule of
Tllle In lieu of tliiitso lost or destroyed,
unless cause lie shewn lo tin? contrary
within one mouth from lhe date hereof,
It. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar,
Lund Registry Otlleo,
New Wostmlnstor, .lllth June, 188(1.
tlii! Clot!!!
WHITE
THE CLOTHIER,
Has Just liuoeived
OVER 300 MEN'S SUITS
A Largo Quantity of
Boys' and Youth's
Clothing!
7 C'nscs of American
FELT    HATS
Also, a full lino of
GENTS9 FURNIISHING GOODS
 HE NOW UAH	
The Best Assortment In the uliovi
Line over exhibited In New
Westminster.
LATEST   ST-"*--LIES'.1
At Lowest Poimllili! Pi-Icon for CJflsli
Cull llnrly nml  .lliilur  Vour 8r*etrlioi.
Columbia Street Opp. Dank of B. C.
I
Inipovtov aiul Ouilor in
Family Groceries
 AND	
PROVISIONS.
Imported in quantity
First-Class in quality
Sold at Bottom Price
" "i
The best Place in th,
City to buy your
Groceries.
D. McPHADEN-j
Deane'a Brick liloek,
SEW WESTMINSTKK, B. 0.
ri'1,1
jno. iiRin. wm. tjunnj
COU'IBIA STREET.
New Westminster, B. (
HAVINO PURCHASED the Blue'
smithing business lately ettrrieil ■
by W, R. Lewis, antl the t'lioifie Cr,
ringo Works, earned on by Johnstone,
Smith, wo nro prepared to inanlifactti
all kinds of
Farm Wagons,
. Carriages,
Phaetons,
Buggiei
Express Wagons,
Drays, Carts,
Stages,
And everything in tlm vehicle Hi
on ilie shortest notice and ut iti
onnlile prices.
Wc also keep in stook tlm abc
articles, tuul all kinds of Wag
nml Onrrirgo Material.
Itcimlrliifr, Paliitlng & Trln
Mil IIH done at reasonable prices.
BLAGKSMITHINC
In all its branches. Purinci's', Lr
gers1, Mill and Contract Work, ai
Horseshoeing undevtnkon; Agric
turn! Implements, and everythi;
in the blauksmith line made to ord-
Wo also keop in stock to supf
the trade,—Iron, Steel, Oumberln;
Goal, Chain, Horso and Ox Sho'
Steel and Iron Harrow Teeth, Hi
rows, Springs, Axles, and a contpl-
stoek of Carriage Hnrdware.
Having secured first-class woi;
men, we feel conlident of giving s,
isfaction.
All material and work Irnvi
the shop will be guaranteed Iir
class. Onbrn from the count!
promptly attended to.
mhStc     BKID k 0CRRIE

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