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Array The   Daily   Columbian:
VOLUME VIII.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, THURSDAY EVENING, MAT 30, 1800.
NUMBER 100.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IS
GENERAL.  *   HARDWARE
Paints, Oils, Window Olnss, Wall Paper, Brushes, Tar,
Pitch, Oakum.   Doors and Windows at Factory Prices.
T. J. TRAPP,
Real : Estate : Agent : and : General : Auctioneer,
COLUMBIA STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER,
dwlelto
Across the Street
Professional and Business Cards.
E,
M. N. WOODS. Ban-Intern.-Law.
McKenzie Street.
THORNTON FEU-, Darrliter, Solicitor aud
Notary Public. Masonic Block, New Westminster.     dwtc
TC.   ATKINSON.  Rurrister,  Solicitor, Ac.
•   Offices: Masonic Building, New Westminster-B-«'■ dwtc
JR. CHERRY (A. B. Trinity College, Dub-
•   lln), (.alieUor, Commissioner for Affidavits,
Conveyancer, etc.                dapLSttrt
ARMSTRONG, ECKSTEIN A GAYNOR, Barristers, Solicitors, etc. Armstrong',. Block.
New Westminster, B.C. dwtc
C.OKBOULD, McCOM. A JENNS, Barristers,
'   Solicitors, etc. Oftlccs: Masonic Buildings.
New Westminster, aud Vancouver, B. C.    dwtc
REDBN WALKER, M.D., I.. R. C. P. AS.,
• Edinburgh. Ofliee: Agues St., opposite
City Hall. Office hours: 9 to 11«. m.; 3 to 4 and
7 to 8:1-0 p. in. dtc
A J. H01.MES, D. D. 8., Surgeon Dentist.
• Graduate fit the Ohio College of Dental
Surgery. Preservation at the natural teeth a
specialty. Gas administered for painless extraction. In office dav and night over Bank of It.
C.| Columbia St.. New Westminster, B. C.
 dwmyritc
GW. GRANT,   Architect.    Office; Corner
•   Mary nnd Clnrkson Sis., New Wcstmln-
ater. dwtc
GEO. H. GRANT
HAS MOVED HIS STOCK OF
BOOTS and SHOES
TO STORE DIRECTLY OPPOSITE HIS OLD ONE.
0. K. WOODS, Land hi'bvkvor
A. tt. GAMBLE, Nov a by PctU-ic.
Woods, Turner A Gamble,
-aLAND*SURVEYORS,fr-
Real Estate, Insurance
FINANCIAL AGENTS and CONVEYANCERS.
Land Surveying in all its branches accurately and promptly carried out.   City and
tfuli. Lands for Sale.   We can show a complete list of desirable localities.
Farming lands, improved or unimproved, throughout the district.
(Choice   Brownsville   Property  for Sale.
MONEY TO LOAN ON FIRST MORTGAGE AT
CURRENT RATES OP INTEREST.
Agenta fur the fallowing Insurnnce Companies:
Western of Toronto, JEtnu, City of London, Hartford
and Travellers.
OFFICE—Opposite Post Office, Bask of B  C. Bcii.di.vu, Couihbia Street,
-few Westminster.   Telephone Call No. 42.   P. 0. Drawer 264.
dleltc
CLOW b   MACLURE,   Ar.hlt.dK.    Offlre-
Room E, over Bank of 11. 0., I'ulnmt.tit St.,
Westminster ilto
WILLIAM R. KIWI. Architect, .miliary
Tl KllKllleer, Al. Removed to Ariiistroiiji's
lllock, Columbia St., New WoHti.liu.er—Room
No. _. dtc
W.J.WALKEB&OO.I ■ PROVINCIAL KOMINATIONS,
A. KIRK, Dominion and Provincial Lund
i   Surveyor.—Colonhil Hotel.        daplTml
WTHIBAUDKAl',   Und   Surveyor   nnd
•    Driuii_.it Mttnii.    Hamley   Block,   New
Westminster, B. C. ■ dto
ALBERT J. HILIi (M. Can. Soc. C. E.), Civil
Engineer, Lund Surveyor and Draughtsman.   Ifamlcy Block, New Weal m lamer,   dwtc
TJ. TRAPP, Auctioneer and Appraiser.
• Columbia St., New Westminster. All
commission!, will receive prompt and careful
attention. Best references given when re-
quired. dtc
G PITTENDRIGH, Real Extats Broker and
# County Court Aueiit, Cummiaaloner, Notary Pulillc, die. Rents collected. Oltlre—Me-
gentle St., Westminster, B. C. dto
MISSES McPOUGALI.. Drews   Makers.   Columbia St., New Westminster B. c.   Satli-
factlon guaranteed. dtc
MISS JENNINGS (Lute ol Euttlaiidl, Kastilon-
alila Dress Maker, Corner of Church and
Columbia Sts., New Went ml nster. Satisfaction
guaranteed.      _________________ flwt«
THOMAS GIFFORD, Watchmaker and Jeweller.   Front St., New Westminster,   dwtc
TIT ELSON, MERCHANT TAILOR, of Port
Tt • Moody, will be In Westminster on the
flint Wednesday of every month to take orders.
. [dapfltc]	
CHAS. MURRAY, House, Sign and Ornamental
Painting. Paper Hanging aud Kalsomlnf ng
a specialty. None but flnit-ciasniuonemptoyeo.
Shop, Clarkson St.; Residence, Lome St.    dwtc
ALEX. HAMILTON (B. C. MONUMENTAL
Works), Importer A Manufacturer of Marble
and liranlte Monuments, Headstones, Tablets,
Ac, cor. Church A Columbia Sts.. NcwWc.it-
mlnster, B. C.  dwapllte
JTHURLBOURN, General Repairer, Mc-
• Kenzie St. All kiuds of SewiiiR Machines
repaired equal to new. Needles. Oil and Attachments. Locks and Keys titled; Hawa filed,
die., Ac. dmblTtc
TURNKR, BEETON A CO.. Merchants. Wharf
St.. Victoria. Agents for North British and
Mercantile Insurance Co. for Mainland. II. C,
Beeton A Co., % Vinsbury circus, London,
E.O. dtc
TELEPHONE CALL OG.
Chartered Accoiuittuits
City Auditors 18H0-7-N-H,
Conveyancers,
Notaries Public.
REAL ESTATE
London ft I.Hiirii.lilr- Flro In.il. mice Gn
HANK  11.0.  BLOCK,
Mary Slruel, •     NEW WESTMINSTER
dwfeite
List of the Nominations Throughout
the Province, with a Pew
Exceptions.
Hon. John Kohson Seeks Refuge in
the Quart. Mountains of
Old Cariboo,
Fearing that He is Very likely to
Suffer Defeat in Westminster District.
OITY NOMINATION.
_I_N.r.. llrown and Cunningham Nominated.—They Lay Their  view.
Before the Elector..
Up to one o'clock, when the nominations were declared closed by Copt,
Peele, the returning officer, the Court
House did not give any particular signs
land Association movement had been
called a " tempest in a teapot," and a
certain power on the Island was unxioti.
to get proof from the result of the elections that it was a tempest in a teapot,
that there was nothing in it. If they
should get their proof they would use it'
with etfect when the next redistribution
bill came round.
Mr. Brown then went iuto details as
to his views on'tlie wild lands tax,
favoring a tax according to value; the
mechanics lien law and other important
mtaters which require careful
and speedy legislation. He concluded by thanking the audience for
their attention and inviting them again
to attend his meeting at the Opera
House on Tuesday night. On resuming
bis seat Mr. Brown was loudly and enthusiastically applauded. The meeting
then dispersed.
District Nomination..
The nominations for District representation took place to-day at Brownsville at 1 o'cloek. Tlie following are the
gentlemen nominated witli their proposers and seconders.
J. Henderson, proposed by H. Webb,
seconded by G. McCrae.
A.  M. Herring, proposed by W. H.
an   unusually   interesting   Svent.   Ladner seconded iiy C. .1. Sim
MAJOR & PEARSON,
Real Estate Brokers,
FINANCIAL * AND * INSURANCE * AGENTS.
IMPERIAL
Fire Insurance- Compiiny
or 1.0XD0S.
Capital,    -     -    £1,000,000 Stg.
_tea at low as any other reliable Compfliiv
doing builneis In lirltl.li Columbia.
W. .1. ARM8TU0N11,
dfelte Aucnt Now We_t.
Real   Estate,
INSURANCE
-AN11-
Financial  Agents,
Purchase, Sell and Lease
Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages
And transact all busineBB relating to
REAL FSTATE.
 AGENTS FOlt	
Loudon Assurance Corporation,
Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of
Hartford,
London and Lancashire Life Assurance Co.,
Canton Insurance Office. Limited f Marine).
OFFICES:
Bushby Block, New Westminster.
41 Government Street, Vlotoria.
ilwieliu
'Property for Sale in all parts of tho City and Suburbs. We also have listed
some of tin* llnest farming land in the Province. MONEY TO LOAN. HOUSES
TO RENT.* Agents for the Confederation Life Association of Toronto, tlie Lon-
lon and Guarantee and Accident Co., Limited. General Ageuts for British Col-
imbia for the American Steam Boiler Insurance Co. of New York, and agents for
he Royal and Atlas Fire Assurance Companies of England, Union Fire nnd
Marine Insurance Co. of San Francisco, South British Fire and Marine Insurance
Jo. of New Zealand.
OFFIOES:
YEW WESTMINSTER-Columbia Street, Bank of B. C. Block.
VANCOUVER-Cordova Street.
RAND BROS.
v
teal Estate Brokers
F=I NSNCIRL
 AND	
Insurance Agents
CONVEVANCERS, ETC.
slew Westminster, B.C.
ELECTION    CARD.
To the Electors of New Westminster City and District.
GENTLEMEN:—At the urgent request of a largo number ol the
Electors of the above Districts, I have consented to becomo a Candidate, and request your support and patronnjjo.
My politicid banner is uplifted, and on it will be seen, printed in
gold letters, "Straw Hats—good coverings for massive craniums;
Men's Fancy Flannel Shirts'; Balbriggan Underclothing; Summer
CoatB and Vests; Linen DusterB; Pique and Fancy Vests; White aud
Black Plug Hats;" all of which are very suitable wear for tbe present political campaign, which is liable to be very warm and close.
{An endless variety of Men's and Boys' Suits, Felt Hats, etc.)
Electors, rally around this standard, and down with monopolists
and—high prieea,
I am perfectly sure 1 can give you better value for your money
than any other candidate iu the field.
Yours respectfully,
J.E.PHILLIPS,
Columbia St., New "Westminster.
Chilliwack Tyhee, Delta Sockeye, Langley Farmer please copy.
S. T. Mackintosh & Co.
REAL:-: ESTATE:-: BROKERS
Insurance and Financial Agents,
Conveyancers, Notaries, Etc.
Colonial Block, New Westminster, B. 0.
After that hour, however, the room began to till, and by the time the speeches
commenced there was a fairly large
audience present.
Sharp at one o'clock the nominations
wero closed and read as follows:
Thomas Cunningham, proposed by
Chas. .1. Fugan, seconded by Howard
L. DcBcek, And assented to by I). "
Curtis, R. B. Bell/and E. Burns.
John C. Brown, proposed by Henry
Elliott, seconded by Chas, McDonougit
and assented to by Br. H. M. Cooper,
Wm. Currie and Thos. Turnbull.
Capt. Peele then gave notice of polling,
which is to be held at the Court House,
between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m..
on June 13th.
Mr. Cunningham mounted the platform first and addressed the audience.
He said it was just about 6 months since
he bad gone through an ordeal similar
to that he was undergoing to-day. He
was aware that no man could go into
the House and in one session get the
full running of the business, but he had
the consciousness of having done his
duty while iu tbe House, und he hud
gained experience which would prove
beneficial ■ in the future. It had
been said that if lie went
to the House lie would be found on the
Opposition benches; such,of.course, did
not turn out to be the case. He had
faithfully served the Government in
every measure except ono—and ou that
one he might reverse his vote did he
have the opportunity again. He and
the Premier had been the only members
iu the Houso who had fought tho redistribution measure inch bv inch, and
the only jioint on which they differed
was the manner of obtaining it. He belie veil he bad earnestly and fairly doneliis
duty by tbe constituency, and lie would
ask the electors to send him again to
the IIoubc. Ho believed it wbb unfair
to send a man back to private life without giving him a chance to prove by
two or move sessions what his experience
in the House had done for him. There
was no use of any man thinking he
could go down to tbe House as a sort of
political pugilist, aud turn the whole
seiitimentof the country from the Rocky
Mountains to the Pacific Ocean; such
men might do very well as spoutera on
the streets of Westminster but when
they got to Victoria they would find
themselves unable to do more than any
other member. He challenged any one
to Bay that his heart had not been good
and loyal towards Westminster, and
that anyone could point out where he
had voted in favor of a bad measure or
failed to support good ones. Mr. Cunningham concluded by asking the electors to trust to his loyal heart and return him at the head of the polls on the
tilth. He took his seat amidst much
applause.
Mr. Brown then took the platform
and said lie did not intend making a
long speech aB he intended having a
meeting at Herring's Opera House on
Tuesday evening, and at this lie would
lay down his platform and principles In
full. In coining before the electors he
found himself in a much better position
than Mr. Cunningham, for the reason
he had nothing to excuse himself for to
the public. Ho believed in addressing
the public on tbe principles aud issues
at stake, those of the more important
nature, rather than to rack bis brains
, for a policy of improvements and sueh
1 like. The public, he was certain, all
j knew that in the matter of local and
' district improvements, sueh as getting
] an appropriation for a bridge to span
the Fraser, new roads and bridges, he
} was not the man to oppose such things,
i but on the contrary he wonld be found
doing his share of the work and forward-
i ing every worthy interest as they were
introduced. They could judge whether
or not he bad a habit of doing the work
given into his charge, and making a
point of sticking to business until it was
completed.
He did not agree with Mr. Cunningham that being elected at a by-election
was a drawback to the candidate iu the
next, for it gave him valuable experience and a chance to show his constituents whether or not he had the ability
to grasp and handle the public business
to their satisfaction. Consequently
there should be no begging on that account, or asking tho electors to trust tohis
good loyal heart to do better iu the
future. Mr. Cunningham had said that
no one man could reverse the sentiment
of the country from the Rocky Mountains to Race Rocks. No one man intended to try that, but he felt sure that
my and Sell Real Estate,
Manage Estates for non-residents,
Make Investments for Clients,
Negotiate Loans,
Collect Rents,
Write Insurance.
[1.NTS FOR i
Commercial Union Insurance Co. of London.
Capital, ♦12,600,000; Lomies pnid, $60,000,000.
Accident Insurance Co. of North America.
^"'Any information regarding British Columbia will be
fcrnished upon application, either personally or by letter, at any
. their offices.
RHND BROS.
)FFICES:
NKW WESTMINSTER.
VANCOUVER (Gor. Abbott.. ConVmi Sts. unci Granville ft.)
LONDON, En_». (107Camion St.) dwteltc
OFFER FOR SALE :
Choice Business and Residence Property in the City and Suburbs.
Some fine pieces of Acreage just outside city limits.
Building Lots and Acreage in Sapperton and Brownsville.
Farming Lands, Improve, and Unimproved, in all
parts of the District.
Call and Examine Our Lists..
Blaine, B. C,
On tho Line of the Westminster
Southern 11. It., adjoining Blaine,
Wash., and in tho contro of a beautiful and extensive farming oountry,
offers a splendid field for investment. Over 51X1 Lots Bold during tho
past three months. Prices will be increased in a few days. Get in
before the rise and secure a bargain.
S. T. MACKINTOSH & CO.,
AGENTS
Colonial Hook, Now Wootmlnoter, ft. C. •»!*«•
stuck to right and principle, and advocated sound popular legislation. He
had been a member of a good many
boards and committees and bodies of
that sort ami hod never failed to obtain
help in the carrying out of really good
and sound measures.
It was said by his opponents that he
waB an Opposition candidate; certainly,
he was not. He was at least as much
In opposition to the Opposition as to the
Government. He appealed to the
electors or certain principles,
and must therefore support any
Government which moulded its legislation iu accordance therewith. If his
principles were acknowledged to be
sound, it followed that a statement that
he was in opposition was equivalent to
saying that tlie Government had determined not to do right. Most decidedly
and distinctly he was not a Government
opponent, und it did - not follow
that he put the whole blame
on the Government of all the
faulty legislation ol last session, Look
at the Premier's position on the Redistribution Bill! lie acknowledges that
the measure is not just or rigid, but
says It was forced on him by the majority. Similarly, pressure may force «
Government Into faulty legislation and
the remedy is fo elect independent men
pledged io principles. Mr. Brown
asked tho electors to look
at the inconsistency of the
Premier's position. He nays: "I
have been forced by an adverse majority
to consent to injustice. We answer:
"Wo will send men to support you hi
doing right, so that you will not again
be forced to consent to injustice in this
or uny other matter." For saying this
wc aro told wc are iu < opposition and
hostile to the Government.
The strong effort being made to keep
him (Mr. Brown) out of the House
was directed not so much against hint
personally, as because he was President
nf the Mainland Association.   The Main-
J. A. Kirkland proposed by G. Davis,
seconded by A. Johnson.
T. E. Kitchen, proposed by T. Shannon, seconded by Av. II. Ladner.
Jas. Punch, proposed by E. Brown,
seconded by T. Shannon.
Hou. John Robson, proposed by L.
Shortridge, seconded by P. Burton.'
M. Sinclair, proposed by 0. B. Ackerman, seconded by J. Jolly.
C. B. Sword, proposed by C. ,1. Sim,
seconded by J. Punch.
Capt. L. Thompson, proposed by VV.
Ladner, seconded by C. J. Sim.
The polling will take place on the 13th
of June from 8 a. in. to 4 p. in.
There was a fair-sized crowd of electors present and no sooner had Mr.
Warwick announced the nominations
than there was a call for speeches from
the various nominees. Mr. W. H. Ladner, M.P.P., was elected chairman, and
he asked that fair play be accorded tlie
speakers all round.
The first to answer to his name was
Mr. James Punch. He said lie was
strictly independent and his reasons
for this position were, that did ho
support tho government ho would be
endorsing their action with regard to
the re-distribution bill; and if Tie supported the opposition he could not accomplish anything. By being independent lie left himself free to vote for
measures not men. Among .other tilings
that he would ask for would be a traffic
bridge across the Fraser; the building of
roads in all the section lines and the reclamation of ull waste land. It is the
duty of the Government to assist by
every means in their power in reclaiming those waste places; also in the
bringing of a railway through from Pop-
cum to the coast.
Mr. Marshall Sinclair next stated his
platform. He would advocate in the
House to the best of his ability equal
political rights, the development of mineral and agricultuaal lauds and the opening up of railways throughout the Province ; the improvement of the educational system; the advancing of all that
tends to the general prosperity of the
District and Province ana the proper
settlement of tlie redistribution question.
He would work faithfully and hard for
them and ou whatever side of the House
he might be called upon to sit he would
honestly endeavor to do his duty,
Mr. C. B. Sword said ho would publish his address in which every plank
in his platform would be found clearly
defined, and he did not see the sense of
entering into any long harangue at that
time.
Captain L, Thompson was the next
to speak. All the candidates wore
pretty much of one opinion on the redistribution question. That bill was
not a just or proper measure and they
should send down men who would be
pledged to see it set to rights at the
earliest possible opportunity. Planka
iu his platform were a wild land tax,
the dyking of the lauds liable to inundation. With a few exceptions he
would support the past Government,
and would support the voting of large
sums for the opening up of the agricultural districts of the Province and hold
to the motto of measures not men.
Mr. Henderson mud he had been called for on a very large requisition aud
this was his first appearance on any
political stage. He was in favor of borrowing money to reclaim the land in the
Chilliwack district; also for the building of roads, dykes and ditches. He
would also urge the further efficiency of
the school system and the opening up of
a railway in the back part of the District.
Mr. John Kirkland aaid he would
support all measures that looked to the
opening up of roads and bridges through
tho country, the improvement of the
school system, railway enterprises for
tho development of the minora! aud
agricultural lands of the Province. He
would urge tho expenditure of a very
largo sum for these objects. Ho would
make it his duty to oppose any
measure iu any way inimical to the
welfare of tho district. Everybody
knew thut the Redistribution Bill was
a one-sided affair from beginning to end
that should have been given the Island;
but he had been out-voted nnd coi^ld
not help himself.
Mr. Kitchen then asked the Premier
why the proceeds of the 45,000 acres
Sumas dyking lauds had not been made
available for reclamation purposes,' as
promised.
Mr. Robson denied that there hud
been any Biicli promise or intention.
Mr. Kitchen—All right. We will see
if you will make that assertion in Chilliwack.
Capt. Thompson asked Mr. Robson if
he would be prepared to go to the
country ona new redistribution measure,
if he did not consider it a fair and just
one.
Mr. Robson—That would -depend entirely on circumstances.
Mr. Kitchen then made a brief address.
He had only consented to stand as a
candidate on Thursday (yesterday), and
bad had no intention to run before that,
consequently whs not well prepared
to make a speech at this time,
but would hold meetings throughout the
District, when he would express himself
more fully. He was an Independent
candidate and took his stand on the
Mainland Association platform, Mr.
Kitchen then reviewed the inequalities
of the Redistribution Bill and criticised
tho Premier's action and attitude thereon, concluding that the proper course
for the District and tbe Lower Mainland
was to send a solid Independent
contingent to the Provincial Legislature.
The speaker touched upon various oilier
irregularities and abuses that required
righting, ull of which he would go into
more fully at future meetings.
Mr. Henderson here .asked Mr. Kitchen what about the Chilliwack requisition to Hon. Mr. Robson, which Mr.
Kitchen stated at Langley contained
names that were put on witli tho object
of getting Mr. Rouson to come out so
that he might bs defeated.
Mr. Kitchen repeated the assertion,
and stated "moreover that a number of
electors at Harrison had asked his
advice about putting their names on
Mr. Robson's requisition, with the same
object in view, and he had advised thom
against it as n mean and an unfair
thing.
Mr. Kitchen then put a question to
Mr. Henderson about the requisition,
which seemed to "stump" tho latter,
and Mr. Kitchen promised a "high old
tune," figuratively speaking, whon these
A TRAITOJTS SENTENCE.
The Leader of the Conspirators to
Dethrone Prince Ferdinand
Sentenced to Death.
An Expelled Society Man Threaten..
tn Fully Expose Gotham's
Four Hundred.
The Yankees Becoming Alarmed at
Canadian Railroad Enterprise
Will Try and Fight it.
Sentenced to Death.
Sofia, May 30.—The court, trying
Major Pambtt and his companions for
conspiracy against. Prince Ferdinand, of
Bulgaria, has concluded its labors. The
sentence of the court for Pamtxa is
death, but it is hinted Ferdinand will
commute the major's sentence from
death to imprisonment for 15 years. Of
the other conspirators Kalab Koffis
sentenced to 1. years, and Arondoff and
HixofftoO years imprisonment each.
Six of the prisoners were acquitted.
Mitchell anil 81rt.ii.
London, May 30.—Charlie Mitchell
has issued a challenge to Frank Slavin
offering to back an unknown against
him for from XI ,001) to X5.000. The
challenge is insultingly worded, Mitchell
insinuating that Slavin is all wind and
talk, and accusing him of gulling the
public. Slavin is indignant. He says
lie will teach Mitchell to speak the truth
and put an end to his bluffing.
An Ei«y Solution.
London, May 30.—The 77i»» Lisbon
correspondent says: at Secretary Blaine's
suggestion England and the United
States have made a proposal to Portugal
for the settlement of the Delagoa Bav
railroad question. The proposal is tha't
Portugal appoint one arbitrator, England and the United States to select
another, and Switzerland to be umpire.
A  Brntal Ant.
Hamilton, Ont., May 80.-
The Lady
•aridus questions should be' brought up I managers of the Western Female Sem-
at Chilliwack, where tho people knew  inary some time ago forbade the students
all about  them,  and  would
what he said.
support 0{ the university to visit the girls of the
Mr. Herring then addressed the electors briefly, going over the different points in his platform,
viz., representation by population or
separation; the reclamation of lands;
increasing the grants to municipal Hies
from $1,000 to #1.000; increasing taxation on wild lands; a bridge across the
Fraser; reconstruction of Chinese immigration, and the repealing of section
0 of the school act, whereby the Minister of Education hud too much power in
cancelling teachers' certificate!.. Mr.
Herring promised to lay his views more
fully before the electors.
Mr. O. B. Ackerman, being present,
was asked to speak. He was not a candidate, but he felt that he was a very
popular man, because he had been asked to sign the requisition of nearly every
candidate (laughter). Mr. Ackerman
continued at some length to support the
Government in its action and attitude
the redistribution and general
questions, und criticised The Columbian
for having, as he alleged, turned its
coat on such a small pretext. Mr.
Ackerman finished by advising the
electors to support the Government ut
the polls, "because we cannot get any-  willio Astor and others by having the
thing in any other way. h fc ]lroker MU8J,mve dismissed.
A vote ot thanks to the chairman, and' -    -    ■ -- *•  ■
three cheers for the chairman, the Pre-
Heurinary, for good and sufficient reasons.
On Tuesday evening three of tho female
teachers drove to Oxford to attend a
Methodist church social. When the
social was over their five hundred dollar
horse and carriage'were missing. The
horse was found dead this morning and
fearfully mutilated. Four university
boys confessed to President Warfleld
this morning that they did the work.
President \\ arfield refused to give their
names,
I'niHenger l.lsl.
San Fit.vnoiseo, May30.—Thesteamcr
City of Fuebla sailed for Victoria with
the following passengers: It. E. Armstrong, J. F. Chapman, Chas. M. Sand-
ham, if'. G. Chestin, A. Funnard, J. E,
Church and wife, Miss Fraukic Summers, Miss Pearl Davenport, E. E.
Turner, Mrs. Gill, Mry. Geo. Cunningham, J. D. McCarthy, MIbs Moore, Mrs.
W. Gruveley nnd Miss E. X. AVatts.
Society SeaniUl.
Nkw Yokk, May 30.—Tlie scandal in
tbe ranks of the '* four hundred" which.
was supposed to have been quieted by
mier and all the candidates, closed the
proceedings.
Provincial Nom I nation-..
Vancouver, May 80.—Following candidates were nominated: J. W. Home
uud Capt. Tatlow, Independent; F. C.
Cotton, Jas. Orr and Sam Greer, Opposition; Gilbert S. McConnell and J. M.
Fox, Government.
VicToina—Government ticket: J. IL
Turner, Capt. Irving, William Dalby,
Simeon Duck; Opposition: Hon, R.
Beaven, John Grant, Dr, G, L. Milno
and F. G. Richards, jr.; Chas. Wilson,
barrister, Independent.
Esquimalt—Hou. C. K. Pooley and
Hon. P. W. Higgins, Government"; Hans
lielgesen, Opposition.
Nanaimo—Tlios. Keith, the minor's
nominee, was elected by acclamation.
Nominations for Nanaimo District:
Thos. FoBter, Colin C. McKenzie, Dr.
\V. AV. Walkem.   Two to be elected;
Cowichan District: MacDonuld, Croft
and Davie, All Government. No opposition. '
Lillooet—W. Morrison, I). A. Stod-
dart and A. AV. Smith.
YaIiK—F, G. A'ernon, G. B. Martin,
J. Wardle, C. A. Semlin uud A. Irwin.
Cakiiioo—Jos. Vinson, John Robson,
S. A. Rogers and AV. Pinchbeck.
East Kootenav—Col. Baker and Mr.
Law.        _^^—■-_««■
' Quite a FImIb.
Columiius, 0.,May 80.—Captain H.
ftwasTI^^ Phelps, a veteran union soldier and
of the country, aud he would feel it his I a wealthy fanner near Uasterville. ten
duty to bring about a solution of that j miles from this city, challenged M. D,
vexed question that would lie satisfactory to all concorned. The Government was pledged to bring down a
measure satisfactory to the Province.
Ho would support every measure intended to better our timber interests
has broken out anew, Musgrnve applied
to a paper to have a personal inserted
stating ids case. The paper refused and
Musgrave says he proposes to issue a
pamphlet containing iiis story of his relations with Miss Smith, a friend of the
Astors. MIsb Smith's friends now propose to have Musgrave brought up for
criminal libel. Musgrave says that he
hopes they will try to prosecute him.
He promises revelations of the doings in
high society which will make alt swelldom stay indoors for weeks. He hints
that he knows things about the men and
women who arc hounding him which
will startle the community that now
looks upon them with respect and
has given several of them official honors
of one kind or another. Miss Smith and
her high-toned friends laugh at Mus-
grave's threats, and say be is trying to
work a big game of bluff.
. A Hallway ItaM.
Washington, D.C., May 30.—Senator
Cullum's resolutions, designed to bring
out information concerning the transhipment of freight from Araucouver, is
thought by railroadmen to he the Ire-
ginning of a grand raid of American
linen on Canadian roads. The Grand
Trunk and Canadian Pacific are draining away tho business that should belong to the railroads of the United
States from as fur south as San Diego on
the Pacific coast. Shipments are made
by water north to tho British port of
Vancouver and thence bv the CP.R. to
Atlantic tide waters. The freight destined to American ports is bonded at
Vancouver by S, M. Bolton, special inspector of the United States treasury,
who is paid by the Canadian
Pacific,'    ami     the    Ciimidiun     ele*
and especially the opening up of "rhc men.   At   the  appointed   place Mr.
six fearless and thoroughly independent agricultural lands.    *                          "\Mrators lost  his pugilistic spirit, and
"" '    *      "'   "       ''    "'        *—vard ffiaf     "  "
candidates from this district would iiiid. / Hon. John Robson noxt came forward
plenty of help in the House it the/ and was applauded.   He said he would
not say very much and then  went iu
and spoke without intermission  for
solid hour.   His remarks were a com
AVatcrs, Mayor of that town, to a llst'vutors handle the grain.    There are
Hght, they having quarrelled
busiuess settlement. The fight was ar
ranged to take place to-day at the old
fair grounds. Tlie two went thore as
did many toughs and friends of both
....ring that he might seriously injure his
opimnent, he compassionately advised
Mr, Phelps notto light. This inglorious
retreat greatly disapjKthited tho crowd
tbat had taken the trouble to travel bo
plete rechauffe ot his former remarks iu t far to see tlie combat.   On returning to
the House and ut every meeting for the town the constables arrested the enemies
bills before Congress to havo Bernadine
ou the Minnesota and Canadian i.iuitier
made a port of entry in order that thu
Canadian Pacific may draw the grain to
its main line via Rat Portage. Another
bill introduced by Senator Davis, which
has passed senate and litis been favorably reported by the house committee
of commerce, makes Gladstone, Mich.,
a port of delivery, and u Hue of Canadian Pacific steainers is to bo put ou to
last few weeks. He said that with one
exception the redistribution bill had
met with favor throughout the Province
and that one exception had beon so
magnified that all the good acta of
the Government are buried out of sight,
The honorable gentleman then entered
into the minutest particulars of tbe case
and showed in what a lamentable condition the whole of the Lower Eraser
would have beon bad he "gone to the
country." One original remark of the
speaker's was that "the Government
was pledged to bring down another bill
that would do justice to all parts of the
Province." Hon. Mr. Robson then took
the editor of a Vancouver paper rather
severely to task for some alleged inconsistency nnd showed how
very wrong that gentleman was
to adopt premises so illogical as a differ-
once of opinion with Hon. Mr, Robson. | tliat city cabled in reply that Williams
The hon. gentleman exhorted his hearers to return tbe "solid" Government
ticket. Otherwise, even If elected himself, he could not continue to represent
them, but would be forced to say "Goodbye." He then touched on the reclamation schemes, exemption from taxation
of homesteads, and other groat things
that by had In his mind for tlie country's,
and especially the farmers' and tho
workingmeuV, benefit. The honorable
gentleman was applauded on taking his
seat.
Mr. T. E. Kitchen rose and asked
Hon Mr. Robson on what grounds the
Government had given a member to
Alberni and to tho islands of the Gulf.
Mr. Robson said he could not give
away cabinet secrets. He would admit
for himself that the arguments were
not good, except in the case of Alberni,
which he would defend; the member
tor Alberni wos the only additional one
put c
carry Michigan grain to tide water ou
the "Georgian Bay. The two SaultSte
MaHe lines also drain the Duluth market into Owen Sound. At this latter
placo the railroads have built a number
of large elevators in which American
and Canadian grain is stored or rc-
shipped to United States points. Itis
bonded by United States officials in
pay of the Canadian roads who certify
that the grain is American grown.
As the result of this division of traffic
over tlie Canadian line it is
said the elevators of Port Huron,
Detroit, and Buffalo lie idle, while the
Canadian elevators and Canadian workmen find employment. More than this,
the United States through the interstate Commerce Law binds the American
roads by means of the long and short
haul clause, and so leaves the Canadian
roads free to llleh away the carrying
trade. The Canadian roads not having
any long aud short haul clause to bother
them aro free to extort from the peoplo of Ontario such high rates as to
to mako up for their losses in the long
shipment, but all the time tbey are
getting awav with the American reads
trade, are hunting the lower lake ports
just as clearly as if a sand bar was across
, tho lake port's from Alpena to the Geor-
nuinarek'i view*. i ghui Bav.   It is proposed to carry the
Paius, May 2fl.—The morning papers j war into Africa, to raise the cry of
print what purports to be reports of »! "America for Americans," to enlist tho
■mnvAMAHnii w_ Pi4hkk Uiamorok <» PcniisylvHniu and Vanderbilt, Union
conversation v,ith l unco Bismaick in pfU,i)1(  Southern Pacllc and all other
nud their trial comes off to-morrow.
Wanted to he llangeil.
New Yobk, May 80.—A Chicago
special to tho Pm« says; The police at
the Central station would lie very much
obliged if John Williams, the man who
confessed to the murder of Sarah Jane
Roberts, would come around again and
give himself up. This morning Lieut.
Kepley received a letter from a carpenter in this city, stating that the brothers
of the murdered woman worked for him
in Manchester, Eng., when the crime
was committed, and Williams' story of
the murder wub that he asked the girl
to be his wife and beat out her brains
with a hammer when she refused. The
mun said he lived in Leeds. The police
telegraphed to Leeds and the police of
was not wanted. On receipt of this information the prisoner was turned loose,
and his story was termed n "fake." It
now transpires that the murder was
committed in 1870 iu Manchester, and
not in l.eedB.
which he is alleged to have said that lie
would return to office if asked to do so.
Among other things lie is reported to
have said Ib, that Got
attack   France.
lernuiuy would never
Tlie real enemv of
purclv American lines in the United
States to an attack on tho Canadian
reads, and the battle is to begin iu tbe
House on the Gladstone bill, and in the
    - Senate on the CitUutn resolution, which,
Europe is Russia, who bus only been ftg Senator Washburn asserted when it
friendly with l-ranee because it has suit- j wM introduced, was tlie begltaiilng of
cd her purmses.   Prince Bismarck said \ ,|,e mm hy American trunk lines,
that he might re-enter tbo Reichstag, I ' „	
KtaulXiioinlKnte'1 C"1 Children Cry fe Pitcher's Cestoria. 2  -
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VOLUME VIII-No. 100.
THE NOMINATIONS.
A full report of the Provincial nominations, so far us they have come iu,
will be found on another page. It will
lie seen that there are a iarge number of
political aspirants in all the principal
centres of population, which argues a
lively and doubtful conteBt,
the face of things. In Victoria City
two straight and full tickets uro opposed
to each other, and one Independent.
Vancouver shows a weak Government
mid a strong Independent ticket, with
several running in Opposition. Nanaimo City has returned the miners'candidate by acclamation. In this City it
will lie a straight fight between Mr.
Ilrown, the people's Independent candidate, aud Mr. Cunningham, the nominee of the Government. In the District there is a full Government ticket
of three, headed by the Hon John Robson, and some very good material from
which the DistrictConventionwillseleet
a staunch Independent ticket of
three, next Thursday. Hon. Mr.
Robson has, very wisely, it
will be seen, fallen back upon old
Cariboo as au alternative constituency
iu the event of the electors of Westminster District consistently refusing to
return him. He will undoubtedly represent Cariboo, in any ovont, in the
next Parliament, as iu bis hustings
speech to-day, at 'Brownsville, he told
the electors of this District that, if they
did not return the "solid" Government
ticket, he would decline to represent
them, even if returned himself. Other
noteworthy features of the nominations
wc shall touch upon again.
ALASKAN NEWS.
The people of the territory of Alaska
are agitated just now over the liqnor
license question. At present the liquor
business there is regulated somewhat
after the fashion of the permit system
of the western territories of Canada, and
what the people want, is the local control of the traffic.
A new method of disposing of seized
or contraband liquors has been inaugurated at Sitka. Instead of consuming or
selling it as has heretofore been the
custom, it is taken out on the parade
ground and with much ceremony, in the
Eresence ol a mouth-watering assem-
lage, it is destroyed.
The influx of Chinese Into Alaska,
says the Juneau Record, has been enormous this season to engage in the salmon
canning industry. It is estimated that
at least 1,500 Mongolians have sailed
from San Francisco alone to lie distributed along our shores, to say nothing
of the number who have been labelled
and shipped from other porta on the
coast, nnd also. those who have come
within the realms of tbe United States
from British Columbia by coming up the
inland passage in canoes and then at
the close of the season return to American ports. The fact that Chinese are of
no earthly benefit to any community
hns been established long ago, but they
are less benefit to Alaska than they are
to any other section. They are brought
here under contract by canning companies and receive no pay until thoy return at the end of the season, consequently they leave none of their earnings
in our midst.
The Record also says: Whenever a
new strike is made the hardy and adventurous prospector is ready to start
for the new field. Recent reports reached here tbat some rich diggings had
been struck in British Columbia in the
Omineca country. The last steamer
carried away Squire Howe, Thomas
Kcefl'e and James White, bound for the
new strike.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Gastorfa.
DISTRICT     WANTS,     AND    THE
REMEDY.
AVestminstki. District, as everyone
knows, has been settling up very rapidly during the last two or three years
particularly, and has consequently far
outgrown the meagre road facilities afforded it. Itis, in fact, utterly impossible to appreciate. tbe terrible inconvenience and hardship to which hundreds of enterprising and hard-working
new settlers ure subjected overy day
for the yea»- round, and especially in the
winter seusoii, by the utter want in
many instances of the remotest excuse
for roads or even trails to enable them
to get to and fromtheirhomesteads, and
the trunk roads—such as they are—or
the river. This great necessity and
grievance exists iu the settlements on
both sides of the Fraser, and is doing
Inconceivable harm in the way of discouraging further settlement and otherwise retarding the development of this
rich agricultural district.
It is not to be wondered at, iu view of
these facts, that the electors of Westminster District should blame the Government for remissness in this very important respect, nor that they arc almost a unit in determining to send to
the next Provincial Parliament three
staunch, independent men from
amongst themselves, men who are
thoroughly conversant by actual and
daily experience with the needs of tlio
District they will represent, and who
will bo able intelligently and forcibly to
set forth the claims and nerl'ssities of
the various settlements in the House.
Representation of tlie District by nonresidents— even.though ono of the representatives has been so illustrious a personage as the Premier himself—has
resulted mure iu election promises,
according to all accounts, than in solid,
substantial benefits, and the decision
which tlie electors have arrived at—lo
return resident representatives to the
House iu future—is n wise and a commendable one under nil Iho circumstances.
The redistribution question, of course,
has exercised, perhaps, tlte most important influence in determining the
electors to send independent, as well ns
resident, representatives to tho Lund
House. They see this to lie the
only self-respecting and consistent
course, in view of what has occurred.
They recognize Ihe fact thai the Redistribution Bill, which was so outrageously, and radically wrong in principle, .and
which did sucli au especial injustice to
the constituencies of the Lower Mainland, was a Government meusure, and
iu the final event was concurred iu,
supported, and apologized for hy every
member of the Government, and
oven by the Premier, notwithstanding
his firm convictions and his first
utterances as to lis utter wrongncss in
principle nnd its unfairness and injustice
In application. But however inconsistently with his convictions and protestations the Premier muy have deemed it
expedient or necessary to act on this
question, tho electors of the District
know perfectly well that they cannot
afford to stultify and compromise themselves by following iu tho same course.
They are also aware, judging wisely by
pnst experience, that unless they are
represented In the next Parliament by
men who will put the fair interests of
their own constituency before any other
consideration, that when the redistribution question conies up again, they will
stand a very good chance of being sacrificed again for a matter of policy, or
rather expediency.
AVe congratulate tho electors of Westminster District upon their intelligent
appreciation of the real situation, and
their very evident determination to take
the only self-respecting, consistent, and
proper course open to them, under all
tho circumstances, viz., lo return independent, non-partisan nud resident candidates, pledged only tu good measures,
and especially to a fair and just measure
of redistribution, from whatever side of
the House It emauates.
-Irving, Patterson
6c Co.
IMPORTERS
Shipping Agents,
WHOLESALE
-AND-
Commission Merchants
In Stock, a full assortment of
Liquors, Vitrified Drain Pipes,
Fire Bricks, Encaustic Tiles,
Cumberland Smithy Coal, Ac.,
Ac, Ac.
Any Description of Goods Imported
to Order.
dwfelto
BLAINE, B.C.
ELWOOD'S ADDITION
ON THE LINE OF THE
Is now on the Market.
F. Stirsky,
-JIL-EADINQIi-
WATCHMAKER: AND: JEWELER
Columbia St., opposite Scoullar Blook.
If you want to huy a nice Ladies' Gold or Silver Watch, or a Gentleman's
Gold or Silver Watch in any style, go to F. Stiraky's.
He has Clocks from 60 cts. to $50, all styles and varieties, embracing a choice
selection of German Cuckoo Clocks, beautifully hand carved and first-class time
keepers, and astonishingly cheap.
A splendid selection of Genuine Diamond Ladies' and Gentlemen's Rings, and
a great assortment of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Engagement Rings.
Also a very large nssortment o( all kinds of Emblem Pins and Watch Charms.
A fine ise.ect.oti of Ladies' and Gents' Watch Guards, and a lurge variety of tadles and
Ueiitlemen'i Jewelry. Gentlemen's Watches from 16 to f 100,
Every article sold is warranted as represented.   A specialty in Watch repairing,  fcvery
watch warranted to give perfect satisfaction.    *
dwfeltc Remember the Blue Store, Columbia St., opposito Scoullar Block. N. W.
Come Early and Take Advantage of
Present Low Prices.
FOR   SALE   BY
MOWAT & SLOAN,
Columbia Street, New Westminster, and
Washington Ave., Blaine, Washington.
Wanted-150 Men!
TO WEAR THE   NICEST   AND  BEST, DIRECT IMPORTED,
English, Scotch and Fronch Goods ever brought into the City.
Also, tho CHEAPEST TAILORING HOUSE in town.
Wo have jnst received, per Str. "Umbria," from London, the larg-
eat stock of PANTINOS in tho City.
A call is sufficient to convince.   Satisfaction guaranteed.
BEGGS A. HEARD
RP D C  I      1 CONTRACTOR
■     D ■     DCLLj and BUILDER.
Jobbing Carpenter Shopi Columbia St., Next R. C. P. Mills.
Estimates Given on Work of any kind in connection with HOUSE BUILDING or|
REPAIRING, OFFICE FITTING, &e.
fl^Men supplied CITY or COUNTRY by day or hour any time.      dwmylOte
H.T.READ&CO
THE   LEADING
int Mentals of New Westrai
Contract     and others erecting bouses should call on us and examine our extensive Ktuck of |
Bujlders' Hardware, which Is excelled by no other house in the Province,
JUST RECEIVED
1
-A LARGE  STOCK OF	
tela" Garden Hose!
FOR SALE OR TO LEASE
fiUOCERY STOKE WITH BAKEttY AND
VT dwelling combined, for further particulars apply at this office. dii.y9.tti
WANTED.
ROOM AND BOAKO. WITH USE OF I'Altl.Oll,
for gentleman nnd wife.  Wil pnv (eft pm-■
month. Address       "W," This Ofllce.
TENDERS WANTED.
-_) Delta Municipal Council up to noon of
Saturdny tlte 7th day of June next, for the
delivery nf from TWELVE TO EIGHTEEN
HL'NBftEDCUBIC YARDS OF GRAVEL, lobe
used for gravelling tbo Main Trunk Road,
Tenders to state amount per yard for delivery
on Scows ut tho nearest accessible point to rond,
and also amount per yard for delivering and
distributing upon rond bed, commencing at the
whnrf, Laduer's Lauding,
Spcolflcattons may be obtained at my office.
Tho lowest or any tender not necessarily ut.-.
ceiitcd. WM. McKEE,
Jjulners, Mny 20th, 1890. (.'. M. C.
 Qwmggld
(Seamless Cotton, llubber Lined, aud Mildew
Proof; All Sizes.)
Hose Pipes,
Lawn Mowers
(PIIII.APEI.PHIA   PATTERN.)
Trimming Shears,
Hedge Trimmers,
 AND	
Garden Tools
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
The Best Made and Lowest Figures.
FRONT STREET, HEW WESTMINSTER.
JOHN RANKIN, • Proprietor.
Rates from fl to 91.50 a Day.
dmrf-Stc
Notice to Builders.
Young Men's Christian Asso't'n Building
on Columbia Street, will be received up to noon
of June loth.
Tho lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
Flans untl upt'i'lilcutloiu. mny Im seen at (h»
offlco of CLOW A MACLURE,
dmyWtd Architects.
Campbell A Anderson
(SUCCESSORS TO JAMES CUNNINGHAM)
THE LEADING HARDWARE HOUSE.
dwtc
Election Card.
To   the   Electors   of   New Westminster
Dislrict,
(IKNTLEMEN.-At Ihe urgent solicitation of
a liirgu number of l-lccton. throughout the District, I have consented to nfter myself us n run-
dlilato In the Government interest, to represent
tho District of Now Westminster In the next
Legislative Assembly.
Your Obedient Servant,
J. C. HENDERSON,
chllliwhack, li.c. May 21, nuo.     my2Qdwtc
BOATS FOR HIRE AND FOR SALE!
WK, THK UNDERSIGNED WISH TO AN-
uoiiuco to tho public generally that we
have Blurted a boat-building est nh] Iih ment at
tho
Foot of Ellloe Street,
Where wc Intend keeping on hand n full Mock
ol I'leaittro Boats for sale anil for hire.
Boat Trimmings, Oan, Paddlei, etc.
Telephone connection ut Residence.
WILSON It WISE.
New Westmlnstor, May 23,1800.       ilmyftKc
ST. LEONARD'S HALL
Wll.l. HE OPENED ON
Tuesday Evening, June 3rd.
 Willi   0	
CONCERT
l'KOCEKDS TOR BUILPING FUND
AiIiiiIhmIimi,    •    -   Fifty Out..
TICKETS AT TIIE USUAL BTOBES.
l'o..]. 0|»n nt 8. (.'oiuiiwu'e at 8:00
ilIl.WI-
F. J. COULTHARD A CO.
Notaries Public,
REAL:-: ESTATE:-: BROKERS
Insurance aid Financial Agents.
TO TH6  ELECTORS OF
New Westminster Oity & District.
GENTLEMEN:—As we are going to have all our Roads and Bridges
throughout the District put iu ilrst class repair, and sumc slight repairs
to the "K de K," it will do necessary for you all to havo Buggies, and now
is your time to treat yourselves to a good TOP BUGGY of any style; cash
price, $105 and |110.
We have also in stock PREMIER CARRIAGES, EXTENSION-
TOP CARRIAGES, EXPRESS and DELIVERY WAGONS, nnd ROAD
CARTS, at prices that will surprise you.
We have a few TIMBER WAGONS left, and will have a carload in
some time this week, of any size, from a l.^-in. tire to a 4-in. tire—at
prices that will defv competition.
STJLLEY & BRYSON,
General Carriage Builders & Blacksmiths.
New WeBtminster, May 19,1890. dwtc
M. A. McRAE,
MERCHANT * TAILOR
■  Slimmer Stock Jnst Arrived Direct from England.
Double tlie amount of Stock carried by any other tailoring establishment in the
city.   Call and be convinced.
Armstrong Blook, Columbia St., New Westminster,
JAMES   D.   RAE
COLUMBIA STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER,
HAS JUST RECEIVED, EX SHIP "GLENBERVIE," a large consignment of CROSSE & BLACKWELL'S GOODS. TART
FRUITS: Rhubarb and Gooseberries; FRUIT SYRUPS: Lemon,
Raspberry, Strawberry and Pine Apple; Orange and Lemon Marmalade; TABLE JELLIES: CaW Feet, Lemon, Madeira, Noyeau,
Port Wine and Plain Calves' Feet; Malt, White Wine and Crystal
Vinegar ; Raspberry and Blaok Currant Vinegar; PICKLES; Indian
Mangoes, Capt. White's Oriental Pickles and West India Pickles ; Capers, Chutneys, Curry Powder, Curry Paste, Mullygatawny Paste;
SAUCES: Lobster, Shrimp, Harvey's, Cock's Reading, Burgess' Anchovies and Soycr's Sultana Sance; Parisian Essence for coloring Soup,
etc.; SOUPS: Julienne, Beef Tea, Chicken Broth, Kidney, Mock Turtle,
Mullygatawny, Ox-Tail and Hare; Essence of Beef, Phillipe &. Can-
aud's Sardines, Blackwall White Bait, Philippe & Ciinaud's Asparagus
and Green Peas, Potted Meats in tins and Mins, Mayonnaise Sauce,
Prince of Wales Salad Sauco and Florence Cream, Olive Oil, Swiss
Chocolate and Milk, and Coffee and Milk, Van Houten's Cocoa, etc.
dwfeltc
Boots and Shoes!
ELEGANT NEW LINES JUST OPENED
Cheapest Spot in Town
WEST ENH0¥& SHOE STORE.
'Opposite 1). Lyal & Co's.
O. B. ACKERMAN.
T. ACKERMAN.
Mechanics Mill Co., Ld.
MAxm.un minus amu healers is
SASH, DOOR BLINDS A LUMBER
Store Fixtures and all kinds of Factory Work.
FOOT OF PELHAM 8TREET,    -     new Westminster, ii. c.
dmyUto
Cor. Clarkson and Mackenzie Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. O.
Telephone 107. ,pW»,„ P. 0. Box 244.
WOODS & POLLEY,
Real Estate Brokers
COVEYANCERS & NOTARIES PUBLIC.
-8MONEY    TO     L.OKNK-
Connections In Victoria and Vancouver, B. I and London, England,
d.bwc Cor. Colombia & McKenzie Sts., New Westminster.
ZED. S. HALL,
Bookseller STATIONER MDlmporter
(WHOLESALE ASH RETAIL),
Columbia Stroet, New Westminster, B. C.
English, Foreign and United States Periodicals and Newspapers
constantly on hand.   Books imported to order.
We Carry the Largest Assortment of Locks in the City,
To those requiring l'alnti. and Oils wo hv_ to call Attention to onr extensive variety. Superlol
Coach Colon, In all shades.  Tube Colon* of every description,   Floor Paints, ready or use,
Wu Imve muoh pleasure In announcing that wc have been appointed Sole Agents in this City i<>|
the sale of the Celebrated Johnson's Magnet In Iron Paint, the highest grade Fire
Proof Paint In the world,   . iunrai.tecd 02 per cent, pure oxide.
MASONIC AND ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK, NKW WESTMINSTER,
dwfeite
Reid 8c Currie,
MACHINISTS,
mifpt
a Swial
Forging and Bolt Making,
BRASS and IRON CASTIN(
Estimates Furnished and Drawings Made in our of
by a Practical Draughtsman.
Skilled Mechanics and Latest Improved Maohinery only use!
.AGENTS FOR
JOHN DOTY—Stationary, Marine nnd Hoisting Engines.
CHAS. SMITH—Duplex Steam Pumps; also, Centrifugal and Rotary PuI
LONDON TOOL CO.—Manufacturers of all kinds oi Iron-making Tools.]
A. R. WILLIAMS—Manufacturers and Dealers in all kinds of Machine,!
ALSO, AGENTS FOR
All kinds of Saw Mill, Sash and Door Faotory, Br_
yard and Canning Machinery,
FULL LINF. IN STOCK OF
and
"Catalogues and Prices furnished on application.   All work
thoroughly guaranteed,
dwfelto
This Space is Reserved for the
Royal City Planing Mills Compan|
The Pioneer and Leading
Lumber Manufacturing Establishment of the Royal OitJ
Richard Street, New Westminster.
WINTEMUTE    BRO!
Leading Manufacturers and Importers of I
FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTE
Extensive Show Rooms 4 Warehouse^
doieitc Columbia St,, New Westminsl
TOWNSITE   OF
BELLINGHAM
Now Incorporated with City of
FAIRHAVEN
WILL BE PLACED ON SALE
Monday, May 19th,
 >11Y TIIK-<	
FAIRHAVEN LAND CO.
Best Proporty and Opportunity for Investment   ever  offered
in Washington,
JUST RECEIVED HY
$5,000 STOCK
d. S. Mans<
MERCHANT TAILOR.]
Consisting of WEST OF-ENGLAND DOESKINS, PINE EN|
NAVY BLUE VENETIAN, and an endless variety of SC.OT<|
ENGLISH SUITINGS and FANCY TROUSERINGS, Ac.
Snd Door West Of Mbkomle St.,onCouisroiA; Sqim,
d_ii7i_ Now  Westminster,  B|
CHAS. McDONOU
Front Street, New Westminster.
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
Flannels, Worsteds and all kinds of Woolen |
Beady-Made Clothing.
rTlie only Houae on the Mainland which keeps the Manufacture, of]
WcBtmlnstor Woolen Mills.   P..troni_b Home Iratm.RV.
dlellc
The Columbian Pr.nt.no Establishment 1ms (liBt-closs I
for all kinds of Commercial Printing.   Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Ci|
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Forms of every description, Posters, I
Price Lists, Ac.   Prices will bt fouid as loir ts tt any other ofdoj
firit-tllli work ii dtie. -nw    1UVI
THE DAILY COLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C., MAY 80, 1800.
'LIAS*   WONDERFUL   COLT.
Tho Story of the-  Tr!;..n of an  Old  Hurt*
Told by n Mrtlne !H:.n.
*'I reraoraber the first timn that I saw
Elias Perkins." said tho mini from Maine
to tho Now York Tribune. "Ho was
Bitting oil a fence-rail, whittling it stick.
Tho no.*a timo I saw liim lie was
perched cm iho sumo rail, ami the Atiek
in hifi loft hand seemed to bo the samo
one as before. 1 saw him many times
that summer, and lie always sat on the
rehoc, and ho always whittled.
"He wns ono of those pioeos of hickory
that onn meets in my Slate. He was
over sixty years old; but fthrlag tho
winter he ooulij swing an axe with any
man i:i t!io woods. He never worked in
the stunnier. He had picked up a deal
of knowledge somewhere, and his brain
waa like an iron box, for ho never for-,
(jot anvLl'in.; which ho onue got into his
head. liDivpulddiseuaB.'algobroo, trigo-
iiometrop und the classic!!,' as ho ox*
pronscd it. with equal willingness, 'hut,1
he would add, T prefer the old poets;
thev get down to business without
many flourishes,', I have heard him
qiiotp Homer by the hundred lines with-
our a break, his long arm making un-
gaiuly ffestures, and his whitened head
l.itv.itig with a solemn dignity at tlioend
of each vorso. In geometry ho would
rattle away at any tiling, winding up
Willi au impressive 'quad erat demonstrandum.' •
"'Lias, every body called him, and lie
was often called upon to act as the final
vefei'Ofi iu cases of dispute, for it was admitted in that part nf the «ountry that
'Lias knew every thing. Hut 'Was was
de-uined to show his weakness lato In
lifo, and the result of it was more severe than yoars of chopping at pines in
the coldest Maine weather.
"it waa the second summer of tny acquaintance with him that l found him
ono day, as usual, oh the fence, but his
knife wns not at work as usual on a piece
of wood. He was pegging away in an
absent-minded fashion at the rail itself.
" 'I went into tlio village day boforo
yesterday,' said Rllas, looking up with
a weary look in his faded bluo eyes,
'and I bought a colt. I'm going to raise
him, and have the finest horse in tliis
township.'
'"Well, Elias,' I said, what are you
going to do with him? What do you
need of a horse?'
" 'I just want lo raise him,' ho answered. 'But ho's a tough ono to
handle. I think that's why I want to
raise him.'
"Two days afterward, whon I saw him
again, both his knife and whittling
stick wero gone.
" 'How's the colt, Elias?' I nuked.
'"Ho got up in tho hills yesterday,
and r was out looking for him nil night.
Ho's hack now.' The old man showed
signs of fatigue.
"Perhaps there never was a colt more
vicious than Elias". I heard of the animal's capers ovory day. and it. kept
Ellas continually busy looking arter his
now pet. Hut one day 1 found him hack
in his old position, looltinglike himself.
"'Whore's tho colt to-dayV 1 asked.
" 'He's lost,' said Elias, with satisfaction, and he quoted some verses to show
his submission to fate.
"In throe days l_!iins had gone hack to
his old friends, tho knife and the stick.
Knton the morning of the fourth day
when ho got up ho found his colt, standing at tho door of his littlo house.
Henceforth troubles came thick and fast
upon tho old backwoodsman. His hack
began to bend over, and nothing could
Induce him to talk of tho old poets! Tho
old man went to pieces rapidly, but he
would not give tip tho colt. This condition of affairs continued until it was
difficult for Elias to drag himself around.
Ono night the vicious colt, while jumping a fence, caught one of its logs and
broke it. Some one took a rifle and
ended tho brute's suffering. When I
heard of this the noxt day I called on
Ellas. Ho was lying on his bed, with
his eyes closed, but there was a supreme
look of rest on tho yellow face, and a
smile of content about the thin linos at
tho corner of tho mouth.
" 'Ellas,' I said, 'it was too bad about
' tho colt.'
. " 'Yes,' said tho old mon, with a
smile. 'I think I was touching him a
little decency. It was too bad to bo disappointed.'
"Ellas got out again In a fow weeks,
hut ho was never able to go back to tho
woods. He never ceased to tell, however, how he was conquering his colt
when the animal was killed.- And as
time went on tho virtues of tho brute
seemed to grow on Elias, for such a patient, docile, intelligent and wonderful
colt as tho one described by Ellas two
years afterward, as he sat on the old
fence one evening, man never before
hoard praised." ±
JOE  DAMON'S  PENSION.
Why a Maine Man t'oniililereil Himself
Entitled to a Share of It.
"I seo that Joe Damon has just got n
fat pension," remarked an Oxford County man to a Lowistor. (Mo.) Journal reporter. "I'm glad of it and Joo ought to
give me half of it, for if tt hadn't been
for me he would novor havo got it."
* "How'b that, Jim?" asked a bystander; "were you an Important witness?"
"No," replied Jim. "You see it was
this way. Joe and I both lived in tho
same Oxford County town when tho war
broke out, and later on wo wero both
drafted. I was working in tho woods at
the time for the Sandersons, up on tlie
Magalloway river. It was getting along
in March whon I received notice of it,
and It was then all hurry and drive
about the camp," for wo knew that sledding would not last much longer, and of
course overy ono was anxious to seo
the contract closed up as soon as
possible.
"Whon I told tho boss that I had been
drafted he told mo to stick to my job
till it wns completed and ho would see
that I didn't suffer by it. Well, our job
was finally finished, and I got home one
night after dark, Before morning thero
was a rap at tho door, and in a fow
minutes I was under arrest and on my
way to Auburn. Whllo riding down
thero I told my story to tho officer who
' had mo in charge, and asked if it was a
dead Bure thing that I must go to tho
front. He told me that it looked very
much as if I should.
"Soveral of my townsmen had
skipped soon after boing drafted, .loo
among tho rest, and until I appeared
the town 'had lacked ono of filling its
quota; but he added: 'I would rather
see somo of these fellows whohavo tried
to run away go into the sorvloe than
you, and If we can find any of them
within a week you may get off.'
"I was put in Auburn jail, and a letter from home a day or two later told
me that Joe's wifo had let on that ho
waa secreted In an old logging camp. 1
held my tonguo till the last day of tho
week was uncomfortably near and then
I Mowed on Joo. Tho next day ho took
my place, for the Sandersons had been
doing what they oould for me, and I got
off with a week in Auburn jail.
"Really, I wanted to go Into tho army,
but I hod an Invalid mother at home
who oould not bear the thought of my
going—and that's the way I helped Joe
Damon get his pension."
The Duke Get« the Laat Words
"You always say 'I guess," said tbe
Duke, "and really, I dotost your Americanisms—they'ro so jolly vulgar."
"I noticed you did not object to borrowing a few legal-tender American-
isms from my brothor last evening."
"True, my dear young lady, but you
also might have observed that I got rid
of them as fast as I could.' —Life,
MONET TO LOAN
IN  ANV AMOUNT, LAKOE OR SMALL, ou
Ant mortgage, on farm lunds.
Ulr WOODS, TURNER Si GAMBLE
FRANK  BOOTH,
Licensed City Scavenger,
Orders Promptly Attended to
SCAVENGER'S WORK.
ALL PKK80N8 ARE REQUIRED TO TAKE
notice thnt the following it. a eopv of Sec
27 of the "Sanitary By-Law, 18.0":
"Sec. 27.—No person not bciiiK a llconsed
scavenger under this by-law, or the employee of
such scavenger, shall engage in removing any
garbage, offal, swill, ashes, or night soil: Provided, however, that nothing In this by-law
shall prevent any person from removing nnr
Mich garbage, offal, bwIH, ashes, or night soil
from any premises owned or occupied V himself, or allowing such removal by any person
using lho same for innm.ro, or as food for pigs,
poultry, or othor live Mock, but no payment
shall be made, or consideration given or received, for or on account of sueh removal, other
than the thing removed, and even- sueh removal .must bo mado In nccordanre with the
provisions of this by-law."
The penalty for a breach of the provisions of
this by-law is a fine of 160. or imprisonment for
a period of two months.
I). ROBSON,
City Clerk.
New Westminster, May 23,1890. dmjO&wl
dmyS3ml
Address P. O.
NOTICE.
A MEETING OK THE WESTMINSTER A
Vancouver Tramway Company will be held
at the Secretary's Ofliee, Columbia Street, New
Westminster, B.C., at 2:80 p.m., on
Saturday, 31 it  Instant.
Shareholders will please govern themselves accordingly.
By order of the Provisional Directors.
S. T. MACKINTOSH.
dinyl7td Secretary pro. tern.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
») THOROUGH-BRED JERSEY BL'LLCALVES.
it One from tho handsomest Jersey Cow in
the country, and which took 1st prize ut 11.
l'. A. Voir last Fall for best Jersey Cow, best
milker, best Cow of any kind; nnd the Bull took
1st prize for best Jersey Bull Calf. Tlio other
from ii Cow thnt took 1st prize as best Jorsey, 2
years old. Also-one Double-Seated Buggy,
Pole. Neek l oko, Cushions, etc., all complete
and In good order; nearly new. Can lie bought
cheap; also one Pony, well broken; gentle;
 "       Wlo.     Ai '
good in harness or saddle.     Apply "to
dapWto 0. 0. M
MAJOR.
NEW WELLINGTON
C COAL O COAL H COAL ______
pONSUMERS OF NEW WELLINGTON COAL
*■-' wlll remember that in addition to Its being.
very much harder nnd cleaner thun any other
in the market, they get the full adrantage of
dealing direct with the Colliory.
SOLE AGENT:     .r. W. MlKIGIITON,
Wkbhter'n Wharf.
Telephone 105.—P. 0. Box 170.
Orders may also be given to W. E. DICKINSON*, Front Street. dnptltc
Old Wellington
The Best Coal on the Pacific Coast.
FROM THE DUNSMUIR MINE8.
I or .ale hy     H. ELLIOTT,
On Ewen's Wharf.
Order, left ot tho Store of W. McCOLL, Columbia Street,or at my ofliee will receive imieediete
attention.
New Westminster, April 11,1890.     ilaj.l-.vl
Wall Paper,  Wall Paper
Murray i Greig
Have .lust Opened Up a Kill] Line.
Artists' Materials, Mixed
Paints.
\ Enamel for Brlc-a-Brac.
Taper   Hanging end   Interior   Deeorating a
Specialty.    House and Sign Painting,
Next Duor to A. M. Herring's
Drug Store,
dmy-et.
TO THE ELECTORS OF
New Westminster City,
GENTLEMEN:—In response to u requisition,
numerously signed, which has been presented to
mc, I beg to oner myself as representative nf
this City in the Provincial Legislature.
I frankly confess that, aside from the great
question of the just distribution nf legislative
power, 1 would scarcely enre to be a candidate.
If you do mo tho honor to elect me I shall make
that question my tlrst consideration at alt times,
and in order to do this it is essential that I
keen quite free from any entangling alliances
with either Government or Opposition. Hut to
the people nnd tho udvnciicy of tho rights nf the
people, in this matter nnd in all others, 1 can
fully and freely pledge myself; and with those,
bo they on what side of the House they may,
who are animated by a similar spirit, I wlll work
cordially.
The present crisis demands special treatment.
Wo of tne Lower Mainland are denied our jnst
share of legislative power, and so long as that ts
the case our true poliey, in my opinion—nay,
tho policy wh It'll our own self-respect compel* us
to adopt—is to return nn man to tho Legislature
who wlll not make the righting of that wrong
his first business. It mny safely >io assumed
that those who shall he found willing to do
right iu this mutter, will be the most llkelv to do
right lu others nlso.
Notwithstanding Ihe utmost devotion to this
ilrst question, yonr representative will hove to
deal with many other matters, and perhaps It
will be snflleielit now m sny on this point Hint I
ltellevo (here Is room for a good deal of work before the 'administration of public affairs cut)
claim to he what it should he—government tiy
the ].Cfiple for the people. I should earnestly on
deavor to do my share of that work.
I believe I may safely assume that you need
no assurance of my deep and abiding interest In
everything that makes for the prosperity of New
Wostminster City.
I urn, lieiiilenieii,
Very truly your*,
dwyltiti- J. V. BROWN.
TO THE ELECTORS
Westminster Electoral District.
GENTLEMEN :-As it is difficult to arrange to
see each individual elector before election day,
I wish to put before you tho platform ou whioh
I stand whilst seeking your support.
Up to tho Introduction of the Constitution
Amendment Act, I should have supported tho
present Government, but I now stand Independent of all parties on that mensure, pledged
(o obtain a fair aud Just Redistribution Aet
immediately alter tho publication of the census
returns; such aot to tie based as nearly as possible upon population, the abolition of the balance of power mid tho division of districts Into
one member constituencies, outside this pledge
I claim the privilege of being allowed to support
any legislation of a lust and bf.ncl1.jiat nature
which may be Introduced by the Government,
I will endeavor to Impress upon the Government the necessity of the utmost liberality in
the expenditure for the opening up of allagrl-
cultural districts and even, If necessary, to borrow money for this purpose.
The conservation ol all public lunds for actual
settlement, and the abolition of all sales of Und
In large ureas, will be ono of the chief -objects I
shall hold in view, and to also assist In the
greatest amount of laud lieiug brought Into cultivation, I would advocate the Wild Land Tax
being raised to 2a cents per ncre.
It will also be my endeavor to Impress upon
the Government tbe absolute necessity of biking
steps to assist in the reclamation or the largo
area of land subject to overflow by tbo Fraser,
sous to render it all fit for cultivation, feeling
sure that any money spent In that direction
will bo n good investment, as tho lands will be
greatly enhanced In value for assessment.
From the above you will see I stand as a supporter ol tho Government, except on ono measure, and feel sum that you will see that an I
Atn u resident farmer in tne district our Interests are Identical, and I hope to be able to
materially advance tho Interests of tho district
should you honor me as your representative,
I am, Gentlemen,
Yours Obediently,
LIVINGSTON THOMPSON,
IlalrJe 1'ralrle, B.C., May 27,HUM,    dwmy!9td
TO BUILDERS.
FOR SALE. IN LARGE OR SMALL QlUNTl-
ties, building rock.        Apply to
dmyCtc        WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE.
SUMMER EXCURSION RATES
—^jjO—
Harrison Hot Springs!
From Westminster or Vancouver
to Agaiiic Station and return; good
from Friday until Monday, or from
Saturday or Sunday until Tuesday.... #-i 50
Round trip by Stage from Agnssiz to
Springs ;     1 00
From Weitmlniter or Vanoouver to
Agnails Station and return; good
for 80 days     5 00
Round trip by Stage for this rate     1 50
Hops and Concerts in l'avillion twice a week
after 15th of May.   Splendid Fishing aud Hunt-
Our Hot Mineral Baths in charge of careful
and trained attendants. Separate department
for Ladies.
uinySiul
BRITISH GOMJMBIA
THOMAS ALI-Slll'. t
HENRVK. MASON,        [ i
GUVLER A. HOLLAND.*
IIBAW   OFFICE t
15 Serjeant's Inn, Fleet Street,
LONDON, ENG.
The Business of Ausop A Mason has been
merged In tho above Company and will be carried ou by the Company from this date ns a general Land Investment anil Insurance Agency,
Victoria, B.C., May Hitli.lHW
City Bakery!
LEADING.  BBKA1) AND CAKE ESTABLISHMENT IK THE CITY.
FRESH and" FANCY BREAD
Pastry and Confectionery
COXSTACTLY OX HANI).
Wedding Cakes a Specialty,
All orders promptly attended to.  A Delivery
Cort In connection with the business.
City Bakery—Next Doon to Fibs Station.
'lEI.Kl'HONB Cam, 131. dtc
E.J.NEWTON.
F. J. MEYER.
Newton L Meyer
(SUCOESSOKS TO E. CANNIFF)
Mamifai.Hirers A Importers of
HARNESS,  SADDLES,
Bridles, Whips, Spurs, &c.
HAVING A THOROUGH KNOWLEDGE OF
the business we ure prepared to turnout
any work in our line. All orders promptly attended to and work gimrunteed to he tirst-class.
Trices to suit.
FRONT ST. u«xt to Holbrook House)
dwapSte NEW WESTMINSTER, B (!
THRIFT & MacLEAN,
NOTARIES PUBLIC, CONVEYANCERS, ETC.
St. Leonard's, Blaine, B. C,
omoK:
Near International Line.
Town Lota in BLAINE, B. C, and
WHITE ROOK OITY, and Ohoioo
Farming Property in all parts of the
Distriot.
fy__rreflpondc.ee .elicited.        in.-nil
NOTICE OF SALE BY SHERIFF
Pursuant to Execution Against
Utuls Act, 1874.
Id Ihe. Supreme Court of British Columbia
ASTSMAH DAVISON, Plaintiff;
WILLIAM CALKINS and A, ENNIS, Defendants.
IN OBEDIENCE TO A WRIT OP FL FA. 18-
sued out of the Supremo Court of British
Columbia at New Westminster, on the 2nd May.
1REHI, and to mo directed In tho above named
suit, for the sum of (016.88, debt and costs, together with interest on same at tho rate of six
per centum per annum from tho 20th November,
im), besides Sheriff's fees nnd poundage, die., I
have seized, and will sell by Auction, at the
Court Houso, New Westminster, on
Tuesday, the 3rd Day of June, i890,
At 1 o'clock p.m., all the right, title and Interest of tbo said A, Kunls, in the lands as described
in this advertisement, or sufficient thereof to
satisfy the judgment, debt and costs in this
action, subjucL to a mortgage for f 1000.00 and
interest thereon at 9 por centum per annum
from the 21st February, 1S88.
n__._vi.-t Kn nt im Concise Dcsorlp- Estate or
Distriot. No. of M, Um, ftf Vtnp_Tt\.4 in,crost.
New
West-
in f nster.
Norlh-Kast
H of Hoc.
at, Township 31.
Farming Lauds
partly Improved, wtlh buildings thereon.
The Judgment was registered in tho Land
Registry Office. New Westminster, against -said
land on tho anth November, 1889.
4aiyl7ti
W. J, ARMSTRONG,
kWir.
F. CRAKE,
Practical Watchmaker & Manufacturing Jeweler
4 DOORS WEST FROM POST OFFICE.
Gold and Silver Watches, Chains, Diamond, Ruby
Sapphire and Other Rings.
The best quality of PLATED and TABLE WARE in all dosigns.
A Fine Assortment of Clocks
Spectaole- and Eye-Glasses to suit all Sights.
Special   attention   to Watch   Repairing.    All   kinds  of   Jewelery
manufactured on the premises by flrst-
class workmen.
The Cheapest House In Town.
dwfeite
Hotel Douglas.
(OS THE EUROPEAN PLAN!
Corner Columbia and  Mackenzie ste.
A. J. TOLMIE, PROPRIETOR.
New Fi.e.Prpof Brick Building, with all the Latest Improvements.
The table is supplied with tho best the market affords.
RESTAURANT PRIVILEGES OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
FIN© SH7VCPL-e  R007UTS.
M. MATHESON,
Merchant Tailor,
Is now showing a complete line of ENGLISH WORSTEDS AND SCOTCH
AND IRISH TWEEDS, which he is
prepared to make up at reasonable
rates.
A call solicited, and perfect (its guaranteed.
Douglas Street, two doors from Columbia St., New Westminster.        dfeltc
Douglas Street Nursery
HAVING PURCHASED THE ABOVE WELL
known business from Mr. Latham, I would
ask a continuance of tho public patronage, nud
call attention to my large assortment of
Window and Bedding Plants,
Roses in Pots, for house or garden,
Oatla Lilies & Begonias (cheap)
Parties Intending to plant wlll please call an
Inspect before purchasing elsewhere.
__0~ Bouquets and Resigns inado to order.
8. Q. TIDY.
daplSte Douglas St. Nursery, New West.
LOOK!     LOOK!     LOOK!
Grand Clearance Safe
in. i.
OVEH $1^,000 WORTH OF BOOTS & SHOES,
Commencing on Monday, 19th May.-For Two
Weeks Only.
As Mr. Rousseau is about to leave the City, the
whole stock must he sold at prices to Httit customers und sonlo nt less than cost.
We guarantee to sell goods jih above stated—ut prices never before offered in New
; Westminster.
LIST OF   PRIceSi
__l.!.l.\(!
I'ltlCRJS.
Ladies' Kid Boots ^2 25
"       Dongoln Kid Boot.     .. .00
!   "           "         "      "      ■  8 75
,    "       French Kid lluttou ItantH  li SO
"      Russet Oxford Shoes  2 00
Old Ladies' Oxford Shoes  2 50
Misses' French Kid Shoes  2 00
Children's Button Hoots  1 00
Men's Working BooIh    I 75
"   Prime Kip (wator tight)  2 25
Private Dining llooms for l.mlie. und Families.    Convenient
to nil Train, nnd Steitmqrs.
inli-Mt-
H.Y- Just Reiielv.il
I Fresh Creamery and Boll Butter.  Extra Quality.
j Also Fresh Groceries and General Provisions.
i   dood- delivered to nny part of the elly free.
Cor. I'olunibliL And'!)ot!_ln_ St..
j iltelte NBW WESTMINSTER.
[Hoys' l.ii
1 50
QUEBN'S HOTEL
New Westminster.
"TI WALKER, Proprietor.
)B«Ht Sample ltooinsi
\ OX THE COAST. f
Youths' "       1 25
Men's Fine Foot Wear  il 00
Men's   "     "      "     4 mi
Men's Hut ton Hoots  4 50
Men's French  Dotigolti  4 00
.Men's Fine Tunned Laces  8 00
Men's Tunned Oxford Shoes  2 25
JP^The entire stock will be sold nt the above reduced prioes.   Cnll
secure barjiuins,
ROUSSEAU & CO.,
IKM1CKD
CHICKS.
♦1 75
2 00
2 50
4 00
.     1 25
1 75
1 50
75
1 25
1 75
1 00
00
2 25
2 60
•i 50
2 50
2 50
1 00
early to
dwmylOte
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS
MR.  GLADSTONE
STHONGLY ADVISES ADVERTISING, AND EVEN HE DOES NOT KNOW THK VALUE OK
It In West minuter, but wo do, and as tliis City
IS
Aliout to he Interlaced witli electric street rullwiiys, mid tlieSoutlurn Roll way In at lait
COM ING
Into our midst, wc would strongly urge wnrklngiuen ami eniitlalfctN alike
TO
Buy while there arc lmrgains. und invest iu
WESTMINSTER
Property, Tlie "Snaps" are nul all gone yet,  Ifyou don't believe tt, niakeiircsnlve
TO  VISIT
Our Office, and when you have "put your hanil to the plough," don't look back, Init come Ktrulglit;
to ub, and Inspect a complete list of City and Farming property.
JNO. S. COX,
Proprietor.
15IP0RTER AND BREEDER OF FANCY
POULTRY mid other PET STOCK, com-
Erising: Light Brahmin, Partrldre Cochin, Plymouth Rock, Black Mlnorcai.
White Crested Blaek Poland!, Golden
Polandi, White Faced Blaok SpanUh,
Silver Pencilled Hamburg!. Uoudnoi,
Black Red Oamea, Pit Games, Rouen
ttuekl. Rabbi tu.
TWENTY FIRST PRIZES awanled   at last
Provincial Exhibition.
Fowls and Eggs In season.   For particolani
addreiis, JNO. 8. COX,
dwmhSpto     London St., New Westminster.
PRENTI8 & UPPER, Opp. C. P.R, Depot.
WAIT  FOR  IT!
ABBOTSFORD
Enst of Colonial Hotel,
| Has just received a full line of the latest designs In
'Suitings & Fancy Worsteds,
j And Is prepared to mako up elotties In any style
to suit all that favor him with their
patronage.
THE ONLY ARTISTIC CVTTER A
TAILOR IN THE CITY.
A Uftll Solicited.    FIT GUARANTEED OR NO
PAY.  Prices reasonable.
dfeltc
IT'S     COMING!
House for Sale Cheap.
HOUSE CONTA-NINCI EIGHT ItOO.M8,
on Clinton Stroet; nbar_flln-orcftsh. An-
o MIIItltAV ,ti ORE1G,
mv"t_ f.ilumbln Streot.
"tt„
High School Entrance Examination,
THE SEMIANNUAL   EXAMINATION   OF
applicants for entrance to a High School
will be held lu the Central School Building, New
Westminster, commencing at!' ll. m., .Mine nth.
Candidates must be punctual.
S. D. POPE,
Supt. of Education.
..(liicntluu Oftice,
Victoria. May inn, 1890. dmyiutd
NOW RUNNING 5 CHAIRS!
 Oil TO—
Geo.   Mead's
 FOR—
Shaving 6c Halr-Outtlng,
Shampooing,
Hot A Oold   Baths.
THE LEADING SALOON IN THE CITV.
The largest and best assortment of Hmok-
inr Plpei In tho City. Sole agent for B. C. for
H. Tlbbs, Son A Co.'s Missouri Patent Corn Cob
Pipes, which Is the very best Corn Cob Pipe
mode. Retail Dealers.-sond lo GEO. MEAD for
wholesale prices. dniyste
FOR SALE.
Sale
dnnotc
O. It. ACKERMAN,
New Westminster.
British Columbia Mills, Umber and Trading Company.
A GENERAL MEETING OF THE 8HARE-
holdcni of the above Company will be held
on Monday, 16th Jane, prox., ut.ip.ni. nt
the Companj's Ofllce, Hustings Saw Mill, Vancouver, for the election of Directors.
RICHARD H. ALEXANDER,
Provisional Secretary.
Vancouver, li.C, 20th May, 1890.       dinyaitd
To Ihe Electors of the District of
New Westminster.
GENTLEMEN:-
It having beeu reported that I have retired
from the contest for tho representation of your
District In the House of Commons, I heg to give
such statement tlie most unnuflllllcd contradiction.
I am In the Held to slay, and shall remain
there until the day of polling, when hy vour
votes, I confidently expect to lie returncu as the
member for New Westminster District.
Till then, I solicit your support, and remain,
Gentlemen, your obedient servant.
W. II. LADNER,
MayTth.lWO. dwinyHtc
Education Branch ok thk
Provincial Secretary's Department,
Victoria. May 8th, 1890.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Annual Examination of Candidates (or
Certificates of Qualification to teach In tho Public Schools of tho Province will be held as follows, commencing on Friday, July 4tlt, at 9
a.m.:
In Victoria-High School Building.
In Kamloops—Public School Building.
Each applicant must forward a notice, thirty
dttys before the examination, statins: the class
and grade of certilicate for which he will lie a
candidate, the optional subjects selected, and at
which of the above-named places he wilt Attend,
Every notice of intention to he examined
must be accompanied with u testimonial certifying to the moral character of the candidate.
S. D. POPE,
dmylOnil        Superintendent of Education.
McPHEE BROS.
Shipwrights A Boat-builders
IV HOA'l'S FOR  HI1IK -^1
New Westminster, B.C.
ESTABLISHED   1868.
DICKINSON k COM'Y
BUTCHERS,
Nearly Opposite Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
The Largest and Choicest Assortment
ol all Descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to
Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats
at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
rtleltfl
W. E. DICKINSON,
V
opp. Oddfellows' Hall.
Columbia St.,   -   Westminster.
Rated per day, fl aud upward. Board and
lodging, ]>er week, $n nnd upward, according to
room.
Meals at au, Hours, Day and Nioht,
Served In Ilrst-class stylo.
dfeaic PHIL. II. SMITH, Manager.
BAKER BROS, k CO'Y
10 Chapel Walk, Sotltb Castle St., Liverpool,
England.
!t Bank Buildings, Columbia Street, New Westminster, B. \U
Shipping and Commission
AGENTS,
Oeneral Wholesale  Merchants  and
Importers.
Any description of Goods Imported loonier
and   Custom   und  Ship Broking transacted.
Latest Freight and Market Quotations,
dwfeltc
W. H. VIANEN
-WnOI.K-AU--
Fish & Game
DEALER
HIONT ST., NEW WESTMINSTER,
00" Highest Price paid for Furs and Deer
Hides.  Correspondence invited.
Telephone Call No. 6. dleltc
Douglas Street Bakery!
ELECTION CARD.
To the Electors of New  Westminster District ;
OENTLEMEN.-Al the earnest request of a
large number of the Eleotors of the Disthict or
Nbw Wksthinhti.ii, I have oonsented to become a candidate for rciircHOiitaltve of the
District in the Provincial Parliament,
I shall take un early opportunity of addressing
you all at the various polling places, of which
you will recelvediio notice, My political banner Is unfurled nnd on lt you see einblnxoned In
bitters  Of gold,  ItHrHKSKNTATlON «Y   I'Ot'DI.A-
TION, Ult SKPAIUTION.
Up fellow Electors, aud rally around this
standard! Let us shake oil'tlio political shackles
that have hound down the Mainland for years
and retarded Its progress. Lot us arise In full
strength and lndependenco and secure our just
rights at the polls,
I now ask von, gentlemen, one and all for
your votes, confidence nnd support at the forthcoming election.
I rental u
Yours faithfully,
dWMyHtc ARTItfR U, UKKHINi.
Fresh Broad, Oaken, Pastry, Confectionery, etc., etc.
Hotel and   Restaurant Trade Solicited.
Foot of Douglas, near Columbia St.
All orders promptly attended to and delivered to any part of the city free. dfelte
Tbe Great Engllsh .Prescription,
--" A lueceMful Modlefne need o«r . """-
,80 yetm In thouianda of omh. j
Ourel Bpsrmatorrnea, Jftrvoiul
Wtakness, Emissions, mswtttieu
and all dlsewM earned br abuse.'
[mroai] ladlieretlon, or over-exertion, UftirI
Six paokafM Guaranteed to Curtuhtnmttotktrs
Fail Ask your Drugglit for T»a «rtti««fiuii
■ -•'••riptu.. take ao aubatltute   On* package
8
-DKA1.EH IN-
WOOD,
Lime, Piaster, tent, etc, etc
^} COAL |f-
OltDEIlS TAKEN FOR
New Wellington Coal.
Office opiHttlte Canadian Paelllc Nuvi
gution Co's Wliurf.
TELEPHONE CAI.LS:-
Oflioe, 02; Residence, 71.
 dfelte	
Bj Private Sale.—Bargains.
T HAVE RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM
X Mrs. A. M. Joknstonk, of Mud Bay, to dispose of her Homestead, which consists of 2T2
acres of Land, good Dwelling Houso, excellent
Barn and Stabling for 40 head of stock, good
Dnlry and an abundance of Spring Water.
The property is situated ou the sunny side of
Mud Bav, the land is second to nono uny where,
nnd parties wanting an investment for their
capital cannot do better than take A look al
this before investing elsewhere,
Stock and Implements can go with'Ranch If
desired.
TKK«H-Onc-thlrd cash ; balance to suit purchaser, at 8 per cent, per annum.
ALSO MR BAI.K-THK FOLLOWINfl!
The West Fractional Half or Section UO, Mud
Bay, bounded by the Nicomekl River nnd the
Sea—108 acres.
184 ncres, adjoining Sections lfi and 26, Town
ship 4, very near N. W. City.
The North-West corner oi Section 58, adjoining
the Hastings Towtwite—H acres,
Tho North-West W of Section XI., Township 2.
100 acres, nil tirst-class land, 10 acres improved
and sown to timothy pasture Log house. Good
creek runs along Hue of property, also the John-
stone Road. This is an excellent ranch.
Lot ail, Clroup I., Pitt Meadows; 80 acres
prairie; TO acres high brush land. Half ol the
prairie can be ploughed, and is all hard bind,
2 miles from Railway Station.
Stave Kiver Stook and Dairy Ranch.
This Ranch consists ol 887 acres of land, being
Sections 488 and 487, Townships 14 anil IS.
ThiB property Is situated on the Stave River
with a frontage ou the Fraser River, at which
point the C. P. R. Road passes through properly.
There Is one large ..-storey Frame Dwelling
House, hard .inched, nearly now, worth 91,(100,
This Is elegantly situated on rising ground and
commands n view of the C. P. R-, the Fraser
Rivor and the surrounding neighborhood. -The
greater purl of the laud is Prairie, subject to
overflow, a good deal of the high laud hns been
improved and fenced, and thero are a large
number of young Krult Trees and the usual Out
Buildings 111 tho way of Barns, Ac. There Is excellent Trout Fishing and Hunting on premises
and anv party or Company socking a stock Farm
or llalrv Ranch could not be better situated.
Coal cropnlngs of unusual promise have been
discovered ou the Property. This Is to bo secured at a bargain, and further particulars can
iM'hadof the undersigned or of Mr. Clement;
stlckiievat Wharnnol. station, who will show
any intending purchaser over the same.
For further particulars apply to
t. J, TRAPP,
■ New West.   :
40*>"ereral ather Farms nt  Langley a ad
nl her paits af the District at private birgali,
•■•lite
Cunningham Bros.
. < SUCCESSORS 10 F, S, SCOULLAR t CO, 4». tl, CUNNINGHAM i CO,)
 DEALERS IN	
HARDWARE
Stoves, Tinware, House Furnish*
ing Goods, Plumbing1 Goods,
Brass Goods, &c.
Our stook of Hardware, General House Furnishings,
Ac, will be found at. Mes_r_. Scoullar A Co.'_ Old Stovo. in tlie Scoullar-Arm_tronjf
lllock.
Our stook of Plumbing Ooods, including a, most complete, line of PUMPS, PIPE, PIPE FITTINGS, BRASS GOODS, &c, will be
lound nt our old Htand, at tlie corner of Columbia A Begbie Streets; while
A fall line of Stoves and Tinware will be carried at
both Stores.
flVOnlcra for nil kinds of TIN-WORK and REPAIRING n.uv be left at the
!k Store
ING
Brick Store, where thev will receive prompt attention.
NG and GALVANIZED IRON" CORNICE W<~
MTOrdefs for l'LUMB-
ORK may neleft at our old stand.
dwmy20tc
CUNNINCHHM BROS.
Riddle & Johnston,
SHIP-SMITHS.
We beg to inform the Public that we are now
prepared to execute all orders that we may be favored
with. Mill, Factory and Loggers' Outfits, House-
builders' Iron-work, Stone-cutters' and Blacksmiths'
Tools. All kinds of Heavy and Light Iron and Steel
Porgings.   Satisfaction guaranteed.
Works-First Door West of Merchants' Hotel,
dwmy2Itc
Columbia St., New Westminster.
o. Mcdonough,
I/trNDBOM'S BUILDING, FRONT ST.
nn '_ nniTinniT um
CONSTANTLY ON HANI) AN EXTENSIVE STOCK OP
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAPS,
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, ETC.
Men's anil Roy's Suite.    Great Variety nf Household Articles.    Also, Grain. Seeds,
Pntatoea, Lime ami General Htorea,
N. B.—Farm 1'roilin.c nought nt imirltci rates or wild on I'ommission.  Orders twin the Interior
promptly attended to. dwfelto
CASTOR IA
far Infants and Children.
"(M-lwlalinmUK-ipMtoclilliUnitlu, I OMteria mm, OoUe, OaMpMn,
W8*O_dort0t,Br»k)yii,N.T.   I Wtt&outlnjniloaioudkttka.
Tai dorritni Oompakt, 77 Hurray Street, N. Y.
LONDON MARKET.
FRONT STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
S.  MANAHAN,
DEALER in ALL KINDS of FRESH and SALT MEAT
HAMS, BACON, SAUSAGE, BOLOGNAS, ETC.
ilfoll,'  '
British: Columbia: Meat: Market
Coliiniliin Street, New WculiniiiHlivr.
Van * Vol ken burgh * Bros.
WHOLESALE AND HWAI, lU'TCIH.US.
MEAT PURVEYORS IN OENERAL.    FHF.SII AND CORNED MEATS
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Si»einl lines quoted for tlio uliipiiinx liadi'.    Family i.rd.ra .trimly attondwl to.
HoUU will Hnd It I* I heir interert to place I heir orders, with the nlvivo firm.
dfoll,' THE DAILY COLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0., MAY 30, 1890.
VOLUME VIII-No. 100.
THE DAILY COLUMBIAN
FRIDAY EVENING, MAY
, New Advertisements This Day.
Wonted -P. Poebles
Wanted  -. .1. S. Monson
Real Estate     PreutlsA Ipppr
Postponement ' P- i-nrKin
LOCAL   AND  PROVINCIAL
To rent, 5-room Houae. A.M. Herring.
Nothing in the police court this morning.
Office supplies nud line stationery nt
Lyal'*. *tc
Jic-uio Baakete, Flower Baskets, etc.,
for aale at Lyal's. *te
Bnnjoa, Guitars, Violins, Organs,
Vianoa, nt Lyal's. *tc
Money to loan. _Applv to Armstrong,
ISakatoln A Gaynor; dap3to
Milk Shako at the City Bakery, 10 cts
a shiss.   Give it a trial." *t«
The cheapest millinery house in town
—Misses Beggs A Archibald. *t4
Those ballotiiijr boxes at the Court
House were furnished to-dny nnd look
first rate.
Wanted—An engineer to run portable
engine. Apply at once.—F. <«. Stmck-
i.A.vn A Co. *tc
The str. Constance went down the
river this morning towing n large scow
londed with cordwood.
Messrs. Mowat A Sloan have some
choice 1-acre und 2l»-ucrc Brownsville
lots for sale. Prices range from $80 lo
$260 por acre, *tc
There wus a subdued kind of uxeite-
meut visible on tlie face of everv politician in town this morning. It hns been
un evontfnl dny for some of them.
The snug-boat Sampson this morning
inliTvimvi'd somo big HUUgs Hint hud
lieen depositud by the spring floods at
the north end ol Poplar nnd l.u.u
lt.li.i_t....
The atr. JKiuubow culled in on the
way north laat night uud took from the
C. P. X. wharf .100 fish trnys nnd a large
quantity of box lumber for llobson's
cannery.
Tho Salvation Army held n very impressive servico nt the foot of McKenzie
street on Columbia last night. The
army carries chairs with it now ns an
antidote to the mud.
Owing to the erection of new poles
for the Telephone Company, tlie service
will be slightly interrupted nt times for
u few days. By the end of the week
the ayatem will* be in better condition
1 hun ever, *tc
One hundred t housitud salmon fry
lvere deposited in theOttawa river about,
aighteen utiles below the oily last week.
Tbe fry were hatched in tbe Ottawa
hatchery from ova brought from New
Westminster.
Jfi^Speeiul inducements to subscribe
fnrboth Daily and \Vkeki.y Coi.um-
atAX now. DM1.Y to end of year (mailed), #4—regular price $8 per annum.
Whkki.v to end of year, $1—
regular price $2 per annum.'
No candidate has taken the field as
yet to fill the vacancy in tbe city council caused by the resignation of Mr.
Lyal. There seems to be no dread, however, that the aching void will be allowed to exist beyond nomination day.
Some anxiety wns felt along the docks
to-day on account of the steamer .Maude
from Victoria lo Tacoma with hay. It
ia hoped that she may have weathered
the storm and was merely driven out of
her course into some sheltered place.
At a committee meeting of the Westminster Rowing Club last' night it wns
decided lo hold a general meeting in
the City Hall on Saturday evening next,
to which everybody interested in boating or any other species of athletics is
cordially invited.
The atr. Delaware got iu Inst night at
about 11 o'clock from her long trip to
Fort Douglas. She hnd u heavy freight
und a large number of passengers. Tbe
Oelewnre left this morning uguin on her
usual Chilliwack trip pretty well loaded
with passengers nud goods.'
Rev. G. M. Milligau, B, A., of St. Andrew's church, Toronto, will occupy tlte
pulpit of St. Andrew's Presbyterian
church iu this city, next Sunday morning. Kev. Mr. M'illigun officiated at the
opening of St. Andrew's church, Vancouver, last Sabbath, and is spoken of
as un able and eloquent speaker.
An.order-in-couiu'il hns been unseed
dividing the province of British Colum- j
hia into two inland revenue divisions,
Vancouver Island will hereafter be
known ns the Victoria division, while
the whole of the Mainland will be
placed in charge of an inspector at Vancouver nud be known as the Vancouver
division.
Mr. L. F. Bonson's new steam launch
has given entire satisfaction since put
into the weter and her speed is superior
to thnt of any boat of her size on tho
river. Mr. Bonson intends to use the
small steamer regularly between bis
farm nt Pitt Meadows 'and this city.
The boat makes the round trip in excellent time.
Messrs. Wilson, Mnthcson A Co., contractors for the additions to the exhibition buildings, are making splendid progress with the work, the additional
wings are covered in, aud are now undergoing their finishing touches. Tho park-
keeper's cottage is alao well advanced
towards completion, and should lie ready
for occupation withma month.
In reference to the item in yesterday's
issue concerning the treatment of a deer
further Information has been obtained
which places the affair hi a different
light. It was the intention to place the
animal in the wagon, but when it was
uncaged nt the wharf it acted badly aud
knocked a man down, making any close
approach to it dangerous, A little below the Crescent the deer beeumt} more
tractable, nnd from there It was lead
to its destination as quietly its it could
lie induced to proceed. There waa no
deliberate intention of cruelly.
There will be a practice of the lacrosse
club this evening on Queen's Park, at
which every member is expected to be
present. Two weeks from to-morrow
the great match will) Victoria takes
place, nud the team will require to be
in its finest form when it takes tho field.
It may bo said that Victoria wos bo
easily beaten by Vancouver on the 24th
that extra exertion will not be required
to defeat it on the 14th prox., but the
feeling of complete safety should not
allow our men to risk anything by over-
confidence. Westminster should tako
tho field prepared for the hardest game
it ever played.
Practice -Match.
A very interesting game of lacrosse
will be played ou Queen's Park to-morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock. The teams
will be composed of 16 members of the
junior team on one side and the full
senior team on the other. This will be
the first match ot the kind played this
season nnd it Bhould excite great interest from the fact that the juniors are expected to prove no mean antagonists to
the seniors, and therefore a rattling
match will be the result. Amission to
the grand stand will be 25 cents; Indies
free.
■ *—^_^ __
Where ll the Maude?
Considerable anxiety was expressed
last evening for the safety of the 0. P.
N. Co.'s steamer Maude, Capt. Brown,
which left here on Monday, with a
heavy deck load of hay for Tacoma. It
was reported that up to the time the
North Pacific left Port TownBend last
evening, she had not passed there, nnd,
as there was a heavy wind blowing when
sho went out and she had a cargo so located as to make her hard to handle,
those interested in her naturally feel
anxious for this morning to bring them
news of hor safety and whereabouts.—
Wednesday's Times.
 •—♦—■♦	
A Bicycle   Club.
The long talked*of bicycle club is to
be organized immediately. On Monday
night every wheelman in the city is in
vited to attend the organization meeting at Mowat & Sloan's office. Thero
are now nine bicycles in the city, nnd
several more will he imported during
thu next month, consequently there is
sufficient equipment to give a successful
start. Victoria lutB a club and Vancouver will organize immediately, there
fore thero will lie uo lack of oppoaitioi
to keep life iu tho sport. The city council will bo asked to grade a bicycle track
around the lacrosse grounds; this can
lie done at a vory trifling expense and
it will furnish a fine racing nnd practising track for the wheelmen Our
citizens can look forward to some interesting races on the wheel at the next
celebration.
Dog* Killed.
There was a dog-killing practice up
at the Crescent yesterday. Pound-keeper Murray, Officer Dominy and Mr. P.
McTiernan officiated. Officer Dominy
was armed with a double-barrelled
fowling piece, and Mr. Murray helped
the dogs out with a revolver. Mr. McTiernan genernlled the expedition and
showed great strategotic skill. A sort
of tleer driver or battue was used ao as
to get at the doga more easily. Twenty-
one of the animals were slain on the
field. The Indians are not nt nil pleased
at the wholesale slaughter of their doge,
many of which were used for hunting
and other purposed. But the sacrifice
of tbe animals was peahaps the best
thing in the interests of the community
at large. The number of dogs round
Indian camps being generally largely in
excess of what sanitary law's and purposes of safety require.
 ,»—■».-. ^_ ,
Crushed  Between   Lug*.
News reached tho City last evening of
the accidental death of Chas. L. Dnggntt,
foreman at Isnac Haydon's logging camp,
Gambier Island, Howe Sound. Yesterday morning the deceased was piloting
some heavy logs along the skidwayto
the shore, and iu doing so stepped between two of the sticks which rolled together, crushing Daggatt between them.
Ho waa caught by the thighs and
horribly bruised and mangled. His
cries lor help were heard by the
other men but no attention was paid
to them, as it was thought he was speaking to the oxen. Tho unfortunate man
remained in this position for fully -t
quarter of an hour, suffering agonies which can be more easily imagined
than described. He was finally discovered and taken out, but only survived
the accident for two hours, when he
died in great pain. The hotly was immediately taken to Vancouver where it
will be interred after the inquest, to be
held by Dr. McGuigau.
Charles L. Daggatt was au old res!
dent of this city, nnd a brother of Mr.
Samuel Daggatt, formerly proprietor of
the American hotel. Ho had a large
circle of acquaintances in Westminster,
and all his old friends deeply regret the
sad and terrible accident that brought
about his death. Deceased was 58 vears
of age- ■ ____^	
Hot Spring* It till.ileu.
Hakkison Hot Springs, May 20.—The
St. Alice Hotel is crowded with guests,
many of whom are here for pleasure
alone, and thoy have no trouble iu get'
ting all they want.
Six new cottages for Vancouver and
Westminster people are to be erected
immediately. One of these is for Mv. J,
C. Armstrong, of Westminster,
Mrs. R. H. Alexander nud family, aud
a number of invited guests will«spend
the summer at the Hot Springs.
The handsome new dancing pavilion
in connection with St. Alice Hotel is
completed and was used for the first
time on the 24th of May. On that evening a very enjoyable dance took place,
which whb attended hy some {JOor 40
couples. The hall is capable of accommodating from 75 to 100 couples. The
floor ia good, und dressing rooms for both
Indies and gentlemen are provided
The str. Mountain Belle is now in
commission, and prepared to tako picnicking, fishing or hunting parties to
any point on the lake.
Mr. A. St. George Uninmeisley of
Vancouver, has purchased Fnrr's ranch
near Harrison Station, one of tho finest
farm properties on the river. The pur
chase price has not transpired.
Fishing is excellent nt present, and
every day some large uaskets are
brought hi. The surrounding hikes aro
filled with speckled beauties.
Tho mineral paint mine is to be developed immediately. It promises to
be a mine of wealth to its
owners. Some of the mineral has
been ground by band and made iuto
paint which has beon used on different
buildings at the Springs. It gives somo
beautiful shades in red nnd brown, and
is pronounced by all who have used it
as a very satisfactory article.
Work on tho model farm is being
actively prosecuted under the management of Mr. Sharp. A large area of
land is under crop, and several acres of
fruit trees have boen set out.
Catiip Life.
There Is a rumor to the effect thut No.
1 Battery B. C, 11. G. A. will go down to
Victoria on the Saturday preceding July
1st nnd remain under canvasB with the
Victoria corps until July 2nd. This is
an opportunity of obtaining a knowledge
of camp life which the men of No. 1
Battery should take advantage of if
possible. The idea is u good one, und if
followed out will result in much benefit
to the corps. It is under canvas in the
Held where good soldiers arc made; not
at homo ou tho parade ground or iu the
drill shed a fow nights everv year. A
knowledge of camp life, sentry and out
pnst duties, pitching and striking camp,
alarms to resist a night attack, advance
guard duties and scouting nre of much
more real benefit to tho soldier than the
automaton work done ou parade. A
knowledge of these things are iudispen-
sible in the field, nnd tho Artillery will
do well to take advantage of the opportunity of camp life to perfect themselves
in these duties.
Captured  by  llrlgandn.
Romk, May 20.—A despatch from "Palermo says: Slgnor Arigo, a wealthy
merchant, has boon captured by brigands
near that city and is held for ransom In
tho Bum of ffiO.OOO.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.'
POLITICAL NOTES.
Mr. Samuel Greer states that ho bus
written Mr. Robson asking tho latter
to meet him ou the platform at a public
meeting ou Tuesday next, when an
opportunity will be extended to the
Premier, should ho accept the Invitation, to answer or refute tho charges
that Mr. Greer proposes to make against
htm.
Itis difficult lo know whether surprise, amusement or disgust was most
largely felt by those who read the denial
by Alderman' Home of the visit puid by
lion. John Robson to tho Committee
room of the former. Mr. James Orr and
other persons saw the honorable
gentleman enter tbo place In question.
What is most singular about the matter
Is the extreme anxiety evinced by a
gentleman whoso candidature Ib endorsed by the Government's own organ, to
repudiate all connection with tho Premier, even whon such an innocent matter
as the simple courtesy of a-call is hi*
vo\wd.—News-Advertiser,
PERSONAL.
Mr. Thomas M, Jackson, of Hatxle
Prairie, is registered nt the Colonial.
Although Mr. Jackson lias been iu the
Province for soino time this is his firBt
visit to tho Royal City. Mr. Jnckaon
came here front New Zealand, his native
place. Before leaving there he wns
awarded a handsome gold medal iu recognition of being tho champion swimmer
of the colony. Jtfr. Jaoksou intends to
give an exhibition of fancy swimming in
this city iu the near future,
NORTH ARM NOTES.
South Arm, May 20.—Glad to say
that we are still favored with fine
weather, good health in general, and
have excellent prospects for n bountiful
harvest. It also cheers ua to find that
some kind-hearted people from the city
are so willing to sacrifice their time and
talents in our behalf.
But, notwithstanding these blessings,
and honors, we havo to contend with
matters of a depressing and vexatious
character. The bridge story is one of
the pastj and we are again, with pleasing anticipations, looking forward to
the time when we shall enjoy freedom
in a measure. I say in a measure, for
we are restricted by water ub well as by
land.
We thought the Fairy Queen ran daily
between here and the city of New Westminster, and understood that the people
of that city gave her a bonus lo do such.
Frequently ou Monday mornings, people
walk across the island, also from the
Gulf to the China camp wharf, with
hopes high and expectations great of
doing a pleasant day's business in the
city of Now WeBtminater, but after looking for some time in vain for the fairy
they frequently go to Vancouver by
stage.
Now as he who dislikes to get left, I
would suggest, if we cannot have u daily
boat, that the captain of the said craft,
kindly tell ua what particular days of
tho week we can depend on him, ns 1
am entirely in opposition to a long walk
for nothing.
Osk Wuo Got I.bf
A   rluoky  Woman.
Kxoxviu.k, Tenn., May 30.—The biggest sensation ever known here was
caused when the horse whipping that
occurred in the magnificent drawing
rqom of the ICirkpatrick Mansion became known. Mrs. Kirkpntrick is a
young and handsome French lady, originally from Now Orleans. She came to
Knoxville as Mrs. Sample. Two years
later Sample was divorced and Bhe married R. J. ICirkpatrick lust June. A
young lad connected with the Locketts
made a remark ou passing their homo
the other dny and was answered by Mrs.
Kirkpntrick iu such a manner ns to
bring a visit from Edward and Percy
Locket t upon Mr. Kirkpntrick. When
he called his wife down stairs she came
with a cowhide concealed beneath tho
folds of her dress, and when Locke tt refused to apologize for the insulting language used previously she struck him
across the face. Mr. Kirkpatricand thek
Locketts engaged in a fight which resulted in Kirkpntrick having to be carried into the house und the Lockett
boys going home with their eyes in
mourning. __   ___.	
TaconiH the  Terminus.
Nkw Yokk, May 20.—"The Tacoma
Terminus," said one of tho now directors of the Pacific Mail Steamship Company, this morning, "Is by uo means au
impossibility, or, in othor words, we
propose to mnke the Pacific Mail n live
money-onming corporation again."
A ltnllwny tn Alnnka.
The project of a railway to Alaska is
about to take definite shape. Application will be made to Parliament next
session for un uct incorporating the Vancouver, Northern nnd Alaska Railway
and Navigation Company, with power
to build a railway, from Vancouver or
some other point in the Burrard Inlet or
the banks of the Fraser River, by way
of Seymour Creek valley, the Pember-
toiumeadows, the Chilcoten plains aud
tho head waters of the Fraser River to
a point on the Parsnip or Peace River,
with branches in a northwesterly direction to the Skecna and Stickeen rivers
to the boundary of Alaska. Mr. J, .1.
Blake, of Vancouver, is solicitor1 for the
applicants. 	
Found Dead.
Last evening Nordo Matexci, an
Italian between 55 and 60 years of age,
was found dead in bed in his shack on
the water front below the City Hall.
Mctexci, who is a laborer had not been
seen for a couple of days, and some of
his neighbors, fearing'that ho had met
with some mischance, decided to investigate. Charlie Anther, Joseph Burdison
nnd Bed I Domenie, accordingly went to
his shack, and, on finding the door
locked, they broke it open und found
him iu his bed lifeless. His watch was
hanging beside the bed aud his clothes
were arranged on a chair, showing that
he had evidently gone to bed in-his
usual health and passed awny probably
iu his sleep, as his countenance wns
unruffled. He was supposed to havo
some money, but the theory that be
mny have been murdered is not even
entertained.—Neivs-Advertiser,
Where Is Ho*
About three weeks ago Mr. Barret,
formerly u storekeeper at Mnssett,
Queen Charlotte Island, arrived in Victoria, and registered at the California
hotel, where he stayed for n few days,
since which time he hns not been seen
or heard of, although he never mentioned that he was going nway. Nothing
waB thought of his disappearance, although he left his clothes in his room,
nud also left a watch to be mended with
O. Jenkinsi.nl, and for which he did not
call. He told a friend thut he intended
going north on the Sardonyx, but he
did not turn up logo,und itis presumed
thnt bo has been either foully dealt
with or Hint he has crossed the border.
He had $1,400 ou his person, and when
advisedtoput.it in tlio bank, he said
that he intended to pay a few bills with
it. He got u lot of goods from Fell t&
Co. about six months ugo, for which he
told his friends he wus going to pay.
Mr. Barrett was always highly respected among his neighbors and friends, and
for some time he was a partner' of J.
Grant' in a logging camp at Valdez
Island. His wife is stilt living at Mas-
sett.— Times.
News From  Nloola.
It is not generally believed by Ibe
residents of Nicola valley thnt they are
to be again afflicted this year with a
return of the grasshopper plague. Mr.
John Gilmore, who lives almost in the
centre of the district, shares the common opinion, nnd bases his belief upon
the fact that if the army of "junipers''
wero going to come their advance columns would be iu the field already.
Lust yenr ut this time they were to ho
found in millions all over Nicola. Now
thore are no grent number in tho district, and reinforcements do not seem tn
be arriving in nny alarming quantity.
Another fact to justify tho general belief
is that the grasshoppers do not often
visit the same district two consecutive
seasons, und having Buffered last year
the Nicola people expect to escape
this.
Mr. Gilmore, talking to a Colonist reporter a few days ago, said that the crop
prospects at his home nro excellent.
More land has been seeded than ever
before, and the farmers have now something to work for—a first-class roller*
flour mill, having n capacity of 75 barrels
per day, has beon almost completed bv
Mr. Howse, and will be ready for work
by harvest timo, nnd tho now Victoria
flour mill will also create nn extensive
wheat demand, In anticipation of filling
this increased call for wheat, much more
land has been put iu than ever heretofore.
No fat cattlo will be ready for export
from tho Nicola until tho first of July,
owing to the hard winter that has just
passed for stock. Precautions are now
being taken, in the extension of the
meadow and huy land, to ensure against
the possibility of a famine next winter,
no matter what ita severity maybe.
Last year's experience has taught the
cattlemen a very useful lesson.
When Bab; was Bleb, we gave her Caatorla.
When she was a Child, Bhe cried (or Castorla.
When Bhe became Miss, sho clung to Castorla.
When ihe had Children, she gave them Caitorlk
See Ogle, Campbell & Co.'s
 STOCK OF	
SUMMER CLOTHING
FANCY FLANNEL & SILK SUMMER COATS.
BLACK ALPACA COATS.
LINEN COATS, Boys' nnd Men's.
SEERSUCKER COATS.
WHITE PIQUE VESTS.
FANCY FLANNEL VESTS.
FANCY SILK VESTS.
WHITE & FANCY FLANNEL & SILK SHIRTS,
And the largest stook of Outing Garments
in the City.
. Another shipment of Boys' und Children's goad,
serviceable, Grey Halifax Tweed Suits; also,
Blue Serge Suits. special value.
Seo our stock of  Men's Slimmer   Tweed
Suits, Strnw Hats, Ac., Ac.
NEW SPRING GOODS!
Just Opened by
Jas. El lard :Co
TilIK ROYAL TEMIT.AR8 OF TEMPERANCE j
meet (ivory Wednesday evening ats o'clock
In the Orange Hull, corner Royal Avenue nml
Jiihii streets. Members iileatienotfci. the change
of meeting plnco.—Hkkj. Burnt, Roc. See.
      (lniy._0.nl	
WANTED.
ATAII-OttESS,   Apply Innnedlatoly to
J. H. MAN'SON, Tailok.
Ogle,Campbell»Co
LEADING CLOTHIERS St OUTFITTERS.
Grant & Maclure's Old Btand, Columbia Street
WANTED.
C'ABINET-MAknifi, AT ONCE.  Apply 10
]'. l'EEli-JSS,
HiyllOtll Douglas SI.
The Shuswap and Okanagon Railway Co.
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
special general meeting of thd shareholders of the Coiupany.wlll be held at the office .of
the Compauy, In tho City of Vlotoria. in the
Province of British Columbia, on Saturday,
THK SlST DAY OP MAY, 1890. for till* pUTDOSO of
considering a resolution to bu submitter! tu tho
shareholders, and, If approved of by them, of
jiassiug sueh resolution for the Issue of bonds of
tho Company fora sum not exceeding (25.000
per mile, In pursuance of the provisions of the
Aet of the l'tiHiiiiuent ot Canada Incorporating
thesaldcoinpany, and for securing tbe bonds
to be so Issued by ft mortirago deed with such
powers, provisions, nnd stipulations as may be
described iu tbe sutd deed, and may lie approved
uf by the shareholders; and nlso for tho purpose
nf considering sueh other business as may be
brought bofore such meeting of shareholders.
Dated at Victoria tills 17!li dnv of April, A. 1),
WD. V. I.ARKIN,
tlapSSId President.
rpHE ABOVE MEETING HAS BEEN POBT-
1 poned uiiltl TUESDAY, the 11th ilny of
June next*
P. LARKIN,
President.
Dated Victoria ibei'sih Mny, man.      dmyitOtd
First Anniversary K, of P,
O
I JCNK OTH, IN ST LEONARD'S HALL,
Bishop Sillitoe will deliver a public lecture
ou tho principles of the order, on the occasion
of the first anniversary of tho institution of tbe
order in this city, Lecture to begin at 8 p.m,
All arc cordlallv invited, ». G. TIDY,
dmy?Jtd Secretary.
A BARGAINJN LAND,
ONE   HUNDRED  ACRES OP  FIRST-CLASS
Agricultural Laud on Ihe borders of the
Town-itc of Port Moody,
This is ii mvm Chance, ns Mil- properly must
he disposed oi(|Uiekly.
For further piniiciiliirs applv lo
S. \V. LEHMAN,
i n y_ffld wlni Port Moody, B. C.
ATTENTION, ENGLISHMEN!
I^NGLIf-HMEX. THEIR SONS, OR GRAND
\j sons, are invited to attend a meeting at
FORESTER'S HALL, Columbia St., for tho purpose of organising a bulge of the Beneficial
Order. SONS OF ST. GEORGE. Mooting on
Friday evening, Ult. 30th May, ill 7.SHJ
o'elock.
dmyLTH CHAS. WILLIAMS, P.U.P.
No Heresy.
Glasgow, Mny 29.—Tho General Assembly of the Free Churches of Scotland
rejected to-day by u vote of 302 to 237,
tlie proposal to prosecute l'rofessor
Beince of Glasgow, for heresy. Tho result of the vote was announced timid
great exeitoment and cheers.
Ityilt-o|»l_o1.lH   KiKHlemlc.
GAi.tisuuiKi, Ills., May 29.—A dozen
persons have been bitten at Smith.told
by a supposed rabid dog. Tho dog was
finally killed, but not until he had
bitten several other dogs. James Neva rd and two other persons have already
died In groat agony from hydrophobia.
It is feared that others may be seized
with the awful disease soon, and the
whole neighborhood Is in a state of
dread,       	
An Old Mormon Trick.
Los Amiklkh, Cal., May 29,—Brigadier General li. H. Grcen:K.n, commanding the department of Arizona, In an interview to-day, states thut he doubts
whether Hubert Hurdle was killed by
Indians. He snys thnt detachment's
from Fort Bowie aud Fort Huachuca
have scoured the country in tho vicinity
of the Huckens canyon where Hurdle
wub killed, and not tne slightest trace of
Indians ctin Iki found. General Green-
son states that Mexicans intent upon
murder frequently make up ns Indians,'
thereby throwing thoir pursuers oh* the !
trail.
TO THE ELEOTORS OF
New Westminster City
GENTLEMEN:—Owing to pressure of business
1 feel that I cannot possibly give that time and
attention to Public business that yonr representative should do, I therefore withdraw from
the (.oiliest. 1 sincerely thank the large number
of friends who have promised me their support
nud influence, ami perhaps In the near future I
wilt be In a position to serve you.
1 um,   Gentlemen.
Your Obedient Servant,
E, S. SCOULLAR.,
Muy Mad, mio. dmyale
POINGDESTRE & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail
TOBACCONISTS
CHOICE BRANDS OF
IMPORTED  CIQARS.
Finest  Cigarettes,
Policy linporlwl H.IC8,_'0l)CIIE_,CIUA_;ET.E
.1 CIGAR CASES, SMOKING CAl'S, ETC.
Choice English Smoking Tobaccos.
Noxt Hour   to  Woods .. Tollov's R.nl
Kstiilu OBloo,
COI.USIHIA STREET,     NEW WESTMINSTER.
ilfolti'
WESTMINSTER'S LEADING DRUGSTORE
'f*n_m, I.!.    Until Uttt tlltriun.
SPONGES,
TOILET ARTICLES,
Climax Cough Cure
PHYSICIANS'
PRESCRIPTIONS
CAREFULLY
DISPENSED.
Orders by Mail promptly attended to.
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New Westminster.
^EEOUR LARGE STOCK of House
Furnishings. Everything in Carpets, Curtains, Oil Cloths, Window
Blinds, Curtain Poles.
s:
Spoeial line of CHENILLE CUBTAINS and
PORTJERBES, in now slindos; just received,
Also-ART MUSLINS.
Another shipment of WOOL and UNION
CARPETS just opened.
Our SHEETINGS, COTTONS and LINENS
were bought right; an immense stock ; lowest
prices.
Ogle,Campbelli Freeman
THE LEADINC DRV COOD8 HOUSE,
Masonic  Block.
dwto
Consisting of
Fine Printed Challi, All Wool Delaines, Brocaded Lustres, All Wool
Cashmeres in new shades.
Fine French Sateens, Zephyrs in all
colors, All Over and Narrow Embroideries to match.
New Styles in
Art Muslin, Lace, Tunis, Lyonaise
and Morocco Curtains.
Fine Assortment In
New Table Linens, Side Board Covers, Napkins, Toilet Covers, Quilts,
and Counterpanes.
AI80.
Parasols, Gloves, both Kid and Silk:
in new shades.
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
ARMSTRONG H..OOK, COLUMBIA STREET.
Telephone Cnll 18. Good, delivered in any part oi the eity,
dwf.lto
TELEPHONE NO. 83.
QUEEN'S HOTEL BLOOK.
T. K. MUIR 3tGO.
Chemists 6c Druggists,
NKW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
FINE TOILET SOAPS,
SPONGES,
SACHET POWDERS,
PERFUMES.
McLean & Morrison,
SUCCESSORS TO M. SINCLAIR.
Groceries,  Provisions,  Etc.
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE a specialty.
PROMPT DELIVERY. TELEPHONE CALL 11(1.
HOLBROOK HOOK, COLUMBIA STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER, I. 0.
An Immense Stock Just Received:
LADIES' KID WAUKENPHAST  SHOES.
"        LACED SHOES.
"        LOW SHOES.
ANKLE TIE SLIPPEKS.
" COLORED LOW SHOES.
GENTS'   KID LOW SHOES, Narrow Toe.
" "       LOW SHOES (Colored).
" WAUKENPHAST SHOES.
All at tho Lowest Living Prices.   Call early and inspect our Stock.
CORDON St. CO.
dwmy7tc Sion of the Buffalo, Columbia St., N. \V.
New Spring Millinery!
Trimmings, Feathers, Flowers, Etc.
dwfeltc
GLOBE  HOUSE.
NEW SPRING GOODS
We are now showing a complete line of
Ladies' Jaokets, Lace and Jetted Visites,
Chenille Clouds, White and Colored Blouses,.
Fancy Aprons, Lace Scarfs. Parasols,
Embroideries, and the latest Novelties in
Millinery, Ribbons, Feathers, and an elegant line of
Wreaths-and Flowers.
i^Nowhere in New Westminster, we care not under what
pretext the goods are sold, can the readers of Thk Columbian
find such genuine value as at the Globe Houhk,
««i»"» Mrs. WM. RAE.
THE "PLANET JR.
Farm and Garden Tools
Combined Drill, Wheel Hoe, Cultivator,
Bake and Plow.
K FULL. LINS   NOW.  IN STOCK.
F. G. STRICKLAND & CO'Y.
FRONT STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER,
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
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N OTIC E.
Owing to my increase of business I am obliged to
remove to Inrmr Ware-room., whieh I hove leased on Douglas Street (a Jew doors
from Columbia St.), whore I will plonscd to allow my extensive stock of Pnrlor,
Dining nnd Hod-room Furniture of evory description.
Thanking you for pnst favors, and hoping for n continuance of the same, I am
yours rcHpoctfully,
P.   PEEBLES.
NHSHL     BALM
For Catarrh and Cold in the Head.
Wholesale &. Retail Agents :
D. S. CURTIS &CO., Druggists
ii.i.«»n.7^.^>u«.Trsp..i«u..    New Westminster, B, C,
W.&O. WOLFENDEN,
IN THK BU8HBY BLOCK,
Hare Re-Opened with an Entirely New Stook of
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.
New Goods are arriving daily and when complete the stock will .
compare favorably with any in the Province for cjiiality
of goods and lowness of price.
All Goods Delivered to any Part of the City.
T.lt>l>ll0li. 07.    I*. O. Box •_._. dwlelto
AU   BON   MARCHE.
SPECIAL   BARGAINS  IN
^OltDElt WOIIK AND KINK VPIIOLSTEillXa A 8PECIAI.TV.
_iy30.<l6m.\vlm
Dress Goods
Having just opened out a fine line of Cashmeres
Henriettas, Serges, Silk Mixtures, Dress
Robes,   &c, &o.
.»„ H. B. SHADWELL & OO.
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