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 The   Daily 1 Columbian
VOLUME VIII.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 38, 1890.
NUMBER 98.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
GENERAL.  *   HARDWARE
Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Wall Paper, Brushes, Tar,
Pitch, Oakum.   Doors and Windows at Factory Prices.
T. J. TRAPP,
Ileal : Estate : Agent : and : General : Auctioneer,
COLUMBIA STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER,
(hvloltc
Across the Street
GEO. H.GRKNT
HAS MOVED HIS STOOK OK
BOOTS and SHOES
TO STORE DIRECTLY OPPOSITE HIS OLD ONE,
o. e. woods, !.___ Bravura
A. Q. UAMBrj., N-TAllY PUBLIC
Woods, Turner & Gamble,
^l_AND*SURVEYORS.*-
Real Estate, Insurance
FINANCIAL AGENTS and CONVEYANCERS.
I jmd Surveying in all its branches accurately and promptly carried out.   City and
Sub. Lands for Sale.   We can show a complete list of desirable localities.
Farming lauds, improved or unimproved, throughout the district.
Choice   Brownsville   Property  for Sale.
MONEY TO LOAN ON FIRST MORTGAGE AT
CURRENT RATES OF INTEREST.
Agents for the following Insurance Companies:
Western of Toronto, -Etna, City of London, Hartford
and Travellers.
Professional and Business Cards.
E.
THORNTON FELL, Barrister, Solicitor and
Notary Public, Masonic Block, New Westminster. dwtc
TC.   ATKINSON,   llnrrisler,   Solicitor,   Ac
•  Offices: Masonic Building, New Westminster, 1LC.   •___ dwto
JB. CHKRRY (A. II. Trinity College, Dub'
•  lin), Solicitor, CmnniisNionpr for Affidavits",
Conveyancer, etc. dapMtc
ARMSTRONG. ECKSTEIN A GAYNOR, Bar-
Haters, Solicitors, etc. Armstrong's Block,
New Westminster, B. 0. dwtc
C10RB0ULD, McCOLL A JENNS, Barristers,
i  Solicitors, etc. Offices: Masonic Buildings,
New Westminster, niid Vancouver, B. C._dwte
REDEN WALKER, M.D., L. R. C. 1». AS,,
• Edinburgh. Oillce: Agnes St., opposite
City Hall. Office hours: u to 11 n. in.; 2 to 4 and
7 to 8:30 p.m.  dtc
A J. HOLMES, I), a S., Surgeon Dentist.
• Ornduato of tlie Ohio Collcno of Dental
Surgery. Preservation of the natural lecth n
specialty. Gas administered for painless extraction. In office dnv uud niftht over Hank of 11.
C., Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
___<hvmyr.te
GW. GRANT,   Archilect.    Oillce: Comer
•  Mary and ClnrkMon Sts.. New Westminster, dwtc
CLOW A   MACLURE,   Architects.    Office-
Room E, over Bank of B. C, Columbia St..
Westminster dtc
TXTILLIAM R. KINO, Architect, Sanitary
VV Engineer, Ac Removed to Armstrong's
Block, Columbia St., New Westminster—Room
No. 2, dto
A. KIRK, Dominion and Provincial Land
»   Surveyor.—Colonial Hotel. dap!7ml
WTHIBAUDEAL*,   Und   Surveyor   and
•    Draughtsman.    Hnmlcy  Block,   New
Westminster, B. C. dtc
ALBERT J. HILL (M. Can. Sou. C. E.), Civil
Engineer, Laud«urvevor aud DrniiKhts-
man.  Hamley Block, New Westminster,   dwtc
TJ. TRAPP, Auctioneer And Appraiser,
« Columbia St., New Westminster, All
commissions will receive prompt and careful
attention. Best references trlven when rc-
qulred. dte
G PITTENDRIGH, Real Estate Broker and
■ County Court Agent, Cuniiulss.oner, Notary Public, Ac. Rents collected. Office—Mc-
Konzle St., Westminster, li. C. dtc
MISSES McDOUGALL, Dress   Makers.  Columbia St., New Westminster B.C.   Satis-
faction guaranteed. dtc
MISS JENNINGS (Late of England), Fashion-
able Dress Maker. Corner of Church and
Columbia Hts., New Westminster, Satisfaction
guaranteed. dwte
milOMAH GIFPORD, Watchmaker and Jew-
X   ellor.  Front St., New Westminster, dwtc
WELSON, MERCHANT TAILOR, of Pnrt
•  Moody, will be In Westminster on the
first Wednesday of every month to take orders.
 [dapStc]	
CHAS. MURRAY', House, Sign and Ornamental
Painting. Paper Hanging and Kalsominlng
a specialty. Nono but first-class men employed.
Shop, Claritson St.: Residence, Lome St.    dwtc
ALEX. HAMILTON (B. C. MONUMENTAL
Works), Importer & Manufacturer of Marble
and Granite Monuments, Headstones, Tablets,
Ac, cor. Church A Columbia Sis., Now WoHt-
minstcr, B. C.           dwapHtc
JTHURLBOURN, General Repairer, Mc-
• Kenzie fit. All kinds of Sewing Machines
repaired equal to new. Needles. Oil and Attachments. Locks and Keys fitted; Saws tiled,
Ac, &c dmhl7tc
TURNER, BEETON A CO.. Merchants. Whuff
St., Victoria. Agents for North Briiish and
Mercantile Insurance Co. for Mainland. II. C.
Beeton A Co., Sti FUu'bniy Circus, London,
E. C. dtc
OFFICE—Opposite Post Offick, Bank of B  C. Building, Columbia Street,
New Westminster.   Telephone Call No. 42.   P. 0. Drawer 264.
dfelto
MAJOR 6c PEARSON,
Real Estate Brokers,
FINANCIAL * AND * INSURANCE * AGENTS.
Property for Sale in nil parts nf the City and Suburbs. We nlso have listed
some of the finest farming land in the Province. MONEY TO LOAN. HOUSES
TO RENT. Agents for the Confederation Life Association of Toronto, the Loudon and Guarantee nnd Accident Co., Limited. General Agents for British Columbia for the American Steam Boiler Insuranco Co. of New York, and agents for
the Koyal and Atlas Fire Assurance Companies of England, Union Fire and
Marine Insurance Co. of San Francisco, South British Fire and Marine Insurance
Co. of New Zealand.
OFFIOES:
NEW WESTMINSTER-Columbin Street, Bank of B. C. Block.
VANCOUVER-Cordova Street.
RAND BROS.
Real Estate Brokers
FINHNCIHL
-AND	
Insurance Agents
CONVEVANCERS, ETC.
New Westminster, B.C.
IMPERIAL
Fire Insurnnce Coinpiiny
01' .ONDON,
Capital,    -     ■    .CI,('100,000 Stt.
Rate, as low as anv nl_-_ reliable C'niniinuv
dolus Imsln.,, In llrili. li Culumbia.'
It. .1. Att.I8TR0.IG,
d(_lti' Ako.1 Now West.
W. J. WALKER & CO.
TELEPHONE CALL ».
Chartered Accountants,
City Auditors 188(1-7-8-0,
Conveyance-.,
Notaries Public.
REAL ESTATE
London A I.ai-c:.nhlrc ft'lru Ini.nrai.co Co
RANK U. I.. III.OCK,
Mary Struct, ■     NEW WESTMINSTER,
dwfeite
Real Estate,
INSURANCE
-AND-
Financial  Agents,
Purchase, Sell and Lease
Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages
And transact all business relating to
REAL ESTATE.
—AGENTS FOR—
London-Assurance Corporation,
Conneotlout Fire Insuranoe Co. of
Hartford.
London and Lancashire Life Assurance Co.,
Canton Insurance Office, Limited (Marine).
OFFICES-
Busliby Block, Now Westminster.
41 Government Street, Victoria,
dwteltc
ELECTION    CARD.
To the Electors of New Westminster City and District,
GENTLEMEN:—At the urgent request of a large number ol the
Electors of the above Districts, I have consented to become a Candidate, and request your support aud patronage.
My political banner is uplifted, and on it will be seen, printed in
gold letters, "Straw rials—good coverings for massive cranimns;
Men's Fancy Flannel Shirts; Balbriggan Underclothing; Summer
Coats and Vests; Linen Dusters; Pique nnd Fancy Vests; White and
Black Plug Hats;" all of which are very suitable wear for the 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 tliis standard, and down with monopolists
and—high prices.
I am perfectly sure 1 can give you lretter value for your money
than nny other candidate in the field.
Yours respectfully,
J. E. PHILLIPS, .
♦ Columbia St., New "WeBtminster.
Chilliwack Tyhee, Delta Socfoye, Langley Farmer please copy,
S. T. Mackintosh & Co.
REAL:-: ESTATE:-: BROKERS
Insurance and Financial Agents,
Conveyancers, Notaries, Etc.
Colonial Block, New Westminster. B. C.
VAST BUT ORDERLY.
Mr. CunulngltBin'i Meeting Liiat Night
Accords   Him   nnd    Mayor    Brown   it
-^t at lent Hearing—All the Important
•VieNtloim HlaeiiHMil and Mr. Cunningham Lays Hare His Platform.
I Buy and Sell Real Estate,
Manage Estates for non-residents,
Make Investments for Clients,
Negotiate Loans,
Collect Rents,
"Write Insurance.
AGENTS FOR:
Commercial Union Insurance Co.of London.
Capital, ^12,000,000; Losses paid, (100,000,000.
Accident Insurance Co. of North America.
t _W Any information regarding British Columbia will be
furnished upon application, either personally or by lettor, at any
of their offices.
-.--,r.-a RAND BROS.
OFFICES:
NEW WESTMINSTER.
VANCOUVER (Gor. Abbott & Cordova Sis. and Granvilla Bt.)
LONDON, En*. (107 Cannon St.) dw'.lti'
OFFER FOB 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 Lino of the Westminster
Southern 11. It., adjoining Blaine,
Wash., and in the centre of a beautiful and extensive farming country,
offers a splendid field for invostinont. Over 500 Lots sold during tho
past threo months. Prices will bo increased in a fow days. Get in
bofore the rise and secure a bargain.
S. T. MACKINTOSH & CO.,
AGENTS.
Colonial Blook, New Westminster, B. C. u>pi8t«
Herring's Opera House last night held
a crowd that would have made any
theatre manager's eyes glisten with
envy. But the finest play travelling
could never attract an audience like
last night's in Westminster. Only
politics aud a universal free list can
gather so large a concourse in Westminster. The police force of the City
was not so very much to the fore as at
the gathering tho week before;.and
throughout the meeting there waa»hoth-
ing to call for their interference. The
entire business of the evening passed
off with the greatest good order, probably owing to the rigid exclusion of
the rough element. By the time the
front seats had got filled up and the
crowd was standing in the aisle and at
the rear portion of the hall, the audience
began to show signs of impatience, and
Mr. Cunningham stepped upon the
stage at 8:24 and said that the hour
having arrived to speak he would thank
them to nominate a chairman. Mr,
Onnuinghaiu had to ask twice before
Mayor Brown was proposed and seconded, but thnt gentleman declined. Mr.
Hendry wns then nominated, and, after
some hesitation, accepted the post. Mr.
Hendry said this was an unexpected
honor. He believed thiB waB to be a
meeting at which free discussion would
bo allowed, and one in which Mr. Cunningham would fully explain the course
he had taken in the late Legislature,
and probably that which he proposed
following iu the next. Mr. Cunningham, lie said, was nlso willing to
answer all questions the audience
might wish to ask,
Mr. Cunningham on rising, wns saluted with applause. It was, he said,
overy representative's duty to call tho
electors together after the rising of the
House and give them an account of his
work in the House, He had attended
all but one Bitting of the House and
when he got home lie found his private
affairs iu rather a confused condition,
and he wns sorry, too, to find a little
political confusion; although he was
not surprised at. that. He thought he
would wait a little to see how things
would turn out, and- that was why he
had not called this meeting at an earlier
date. He believed the vast majority of
tho citizens of Westminster were in
sympathy with what he had done in the
House, He had tried to reflect the
viewB of his constituents as fully as possible. Only in the Redistribution question did he find it impossible to follow
the Government. He thought it would
be prudent to wait before pursuing any
definite line of policy. He felt protty
sure that if he were wanted he would
be elected. He had dono the very best
he could; as much, possibly, aB could be
expocted for a man who was serving his
first term in the House. (Hear, hear,
and applause). He believed it his duty
to come forward aud stand again for
election. He knew from experience
that the man who represents a city of
the dimensions of New Westminster in
the House, hus no easy billet. He had
done very hard work in tho House, and
he believed he had better give a little
resume of what ho had done. First, the
Premier had honored him, aiid through
him, the city of Westminster, by asking
him to move the address to tho Lieut-
governor, He had got through that
duty as well as he could, aud not discreditably cither, he believed. His next duty
was attending a caucutis of the Government, iu which the line of policy and work
was mapped out, and he was assigned
posts of honor and responsibility. He
had been treated with uniform courtesy
throughout the whole term by all the
members of the Government. He had
determined that he would move the
Government to.take a decided stand in
the matter of the Fraser River buoys
and brought in a resolution to that
effect.
Mr. Cunningham here, gave it complete resume of his remarks iu the House
on many occasions on his own favorite
scheme, namely, the improvements required tor the Frnser River. He read
the resolution he had moved in the
House regarding this matter. Everybody
knew how that motion had carried. Applause greeted this reading.
His next motion in the House waB his
amendment to the Legal Profession Act.
The next was his motion to induce the
Government to have the voters' lists
brought down. (For his recital of all
those duties done, Mr. Cunningham received liberal applause. Also for that
resolution, after conferring with H. M's
naval officers, urging the necessity of
putting the Fraser River light ship in
its proper place, the fixing of the buoys,
ana tho taking of soundings and surveys
iu the river channel.) He thought this
the most important resolution carried
through the House this year. It was
carried unanimously. Able editorials
had been written by the Victoria papers
on this resolution, aud one by a Mainland editor. He had forwarded copies
of all those editorials to every member
of the Cabinet at Ottawa. (Applause).
He would always be true to the interests
of the Fraser River. (Applause). The
importance of keeping free the channel
of this river waB the most vitally, important tiling in our politics. They
should always keep that iu view. Mr.
Cunningham related an instance of a
vessel which was loaded at Liverpool
with steel rails for Westminster, and
that a man, whose headquarters were
not a thousand miles from Westminster,
told the owners if thev wanted to lose
their vessel they should send it to the
Fraser River. Such perfidy and
wilful misrepresentation as this made
him boll over with Indignation.
Fortunately a person who could tell the
truth gave the owners of the vessel correct information, and that ship and another are now on their way here. One
with steel rails for the N. W. S. R. R.
and the other with merchandise, and
both will take away timber cargoes.
(Prolonged applause.) (Mr. Cunningham then read the mail service subsidy
resolution, which met with hearty
rounds of applause.) It was absolutely
necessary for the safety of the commerce
of the river that we should have a triweekly mail service between Westminster and Victoria. But the time was
coming when we should demand more
than this, namely, a daily mail service,
(Great applause.) It is of the highest
importance that we should have daily
communication with Victoria, -without
going away round by Vancouver. Cost
what it may we must assert our individuality in this respect. He would give
no man his vote who would not work
for this at Ottawa. (Applause.) Mr.
Cunningham said the first bill he had
brought in was the Coquittam Water
Works Act. He had got this through
without much opposition. When working the bill through the Houae he had
not asked, "Are Mr. Corbould or Mr.
Major my Mends or my enemies?"
these gentlemen were among the heaviest shareholders and ns all knew he had
had differences with them; but he worked hard for it just the same, and got the
bill through. He had wished to havo
appended to the Streot Railway Bill
something that nobody else had ever
been able to do—namely, a clause regarding tho working of Chinese ou public
works on the streets. Through a misunderstanding in tho House he lost his
resolution. The next bill was the Westminster Electric Light Co, Bill. Senator
Mel nnoh had asked him whether he
would bring In this bill and pusli It
through the House. The senator thought
that because Mr. Cunningham's sons
were largely interested in the
gas furnishing business and his brother
president of tlie Gas Company that he
might demur at handling such a bill,
but he knew it was the right thing to do
and he went ahead and did his duty regardless of persons. He carried that
and the Chinese resolution too, (Great
applause.) The next bill was the British Columbia Mills, Timber A Trading
Co., the most important bill that had
passed the House this year or any other
year. It was the permit to allow the
greatest company in the Province to
build ships and carry on trade ou a
f' rand scale. The next bill wbb the
'raser River Gold Gravel Syndicate Co.,
this bill was curried through the house
triumphantly. The next bill was that
of the British Columbia Electric Co.,
and this was dealt with in a manner
satisfactory to all concerned. The next
bill was the incorporation of the News-
Advertiser Co. He had been treated
with tho utmost shabbiness by the people interested iu this bill, he had not
cost them a postage stamp and yet they
had not even given him ono word of
thanks. (Great laughter.) The next
bill he took charge of was the Vancouver Incorporation Bill, and that, too,
went safely through the House. The
last bill he brought in was one to which
he had been pledged for a long time, the
Mechanic's Lion Act. It was very hard
to give satisfaction all round under this
act, and he had given the act a great
deal of careful thought, aud had come
come to see exactly what was required
to bring this act to a successful issue.
The primary Mechanic's Lien Act, before being amended, was the pet act and
project of the late Attorney-General
und Premier, lyul this in itself presented
a difficulty of no mean order in the attempt to have it amended. He wanted
to take this act and explain it clause by
clause to the working men of Westminster City, and that, too, whether he was
elected again or not, he would tike to do
it for his own satisfaction. (Mr. Cunningham here related a most amusing
experience of his own, whereby he lost
his money through the "boss buBting").
Ho always intended to fight for this
Lien Act. Mr. Cunningham then turned to the redistribution question. His
first business when he went to the
House was to see the Premier on this
question. Ho found that Westminster
was to have another member; Vancouver 3, Kootenay 1 extra and 1 to Alberni. It hnd been explained to him
that Alberni hud 65 voters and was a
very important agricultural settlement.
Then he was told that ono member was
to be allowed the gulf islands. This
proposal he had objected to strenuously.'
The effort of die Mainland Association
in only working for the Lower Fraser
was a mistake. This action bad seriously embarrassed the Government.
They should have taken in the whole
Mainland—Kootenay, Lillooet, Cariboo
and other outlying districts; this would
have made the Association a solid Mainland organization. Mr. Robson had informed liim that ho was afraid the redistribution measure, as he had stated
it as first, was defeated. Mr. Cunningham had plead hard for Mainland rights,
aud he believed that in the caucus
wherein the redistribution measure was
recast there waB no truer man than Mr,
Robson. Mr. Cunningham had then,
seeing that the Government were determined to pursue their policy, put on
hiB coat and hat and said good-bye. He
had advised Mr. Robson to go to the
country whatever the consequences
might be. Mr. Cunningham said he
would not support any Government
which would not give a guarantee that
there woul.l be u fair and equitable redistribution measure brought into the
House aud enacted. That was his platform and he meant to stand by it. (Applause). Another plunk in his platform
was the unification of the agricultural
interests of Westminster City and Pis-
trict. That was why he had labored at
the Queen's Park. He had always upheld those things aud always intended to do so. Into whatever
Legislature ho went those would be his
main planks. Another plank was the
building of roads aud bridges throughout the agricultural districts of the Province. Another measure he was going
to support was a wild land tax. He
proposed to make men who would not
utilize their land give it up to those
who would. The electors wanted to
send men to the House who would not
indulge in mere dreamy, political
theories, but practical things such as he
ho had mentioned, and conducive to
the best interests of the Province (applause). Ho intended addressing the
electors several times again, and he
would now finish by thanking them for
the good order that had been maintained and also last on Wednesday evening. A voice."without the police"—roars
of laughter). Great applause greeted Mr.
Cunningham on his resuming hii seat.
Mayor Brown, on being called, took
the platform and said he would not
make a speech, as he intended to address, the electors himself some time
soon, and he thought he had better not
make any lengthy remarks at this time.
He had been asked to come out and he
came out and would stay out; that was
the way he did business (laughter aud
applause). He had taken note of a few
of tho leading questions and his position was this; That .Westminster and
tlie districts of the Lower Fraser should
send six independent men, not bound
to any leader or party. They had no
party lines in thiB country; it is merely
the oast thing for the timo being. Mr.
Cunningham had told them what he
had done in the House. He did not
wish to criticise that gentleman's
actions. There was a good deal
of the "lion lying down with
the    lamb"    lu    our     politics    at
Sresent, and it would be too bad to
Isturb that happy state of affairs.
Still, where did the legislation, the
policy in Mr. Cunningham's work
come in? Mr. Cunningham had very
obligingly taken those bills In hand
and seen them through, but where did,
the legislation come in? That's what
ho would like to know. There was
nothing more in doing that than plain
duty. Mr. Brown thought the Lower
Fraser constituencies were large enough
and strong enough to stand alone; that
was, independently of the Government
and of the Opposition. His position
was that he did not pin himself to the
coat tail of any party; he felt that his
duty was legislation for the people and
not for tlie party. AU candidates should
be made to prove themselves as willing
to go in for some popular legislation and
not the support ot Mr. This or Mr. That.
Some of Mr. Cunningham's statements
made on the platform that night he had
taken Btrong exception too. That gentleman had tried to impute that the
Mainland Association was to blame for
the redistribution measure as it stood
now. But on the contrary thero was no
doubt that tho Mainland Association
had done good work, by uniting the
people and stirring up their thoughts
in thia matter. Mr. Brown said ho
would moot the electors at his own
meeting in a short time, aud ho would
then have to criticise somo of tho utterances of tho Prime Minister nud of Mr.
Cunningham. Great applause greeted
Mr. Brown when he finished speaking,
nnd then there were great cries for
"Joe, Joe." But tho people's own
orator was not feeling disposed for the
exertion of one of his rousing speechcB
and politely declined the proffered
honor.
In great good humor and spirits the
Immense crowd quietly dispersed, eagerly discussing among themselves the various matters alluded to by the speakers
of the evening.
AN EXPLORER'S DEATH.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
Gored   by the  Tusks   of   a Wild
Elephant ami Died In Forty
Minutes.
The Duke of Clarence and Athlone
will Take  His  Seat in the
House of Lords.
Great Seizure of Valuable Jewels by
the  Customs Inspectors at
New York.
Gored hy it Furious Elephant.
Nbw Youk, May 28.—The Tribune this
morning publishes an interesting article
relative to the death of Frank L. James,
the well-known 'African traveller and
author, who was killed near the Gaboon
River in Africa, April 21st, bv a Wounded elephant. The first news* of the accident reached' this country April 23rd,
by a cable despatch to D. Willis James,
his half brother, who received it during
his wedding festivities at Northampton.
The full details were not received untii
yesterday when a despatch was received
from Arthur James who was in this
country to attend his nepliew's wedding
but had hurried back to Africa to receivo his brother's body. Sir. James'
body was pierced in front by the tusks
of au elephant who was wounded. The
injured man know that he was:
dying, but his system prevented him
from feeling any pain nnd almost dulled
his senses. He lived only forty minutes
after receiving the fatal wound. The;
last words upon his lips wero for his
youngest brother, William, to whom he
was devotedly attached. Only one member of the party was with him at the
time of the accident, which happened
about five miles from his yacht, aud by
a strange fatality on his birthdav. The
body was placed on his yacht which
reached Southampton on Saturday last.
NIexUf !■   Dead.
London, May 28. —The well-known
German composer, Nizzler, is dead.
Returning to Bngamoya.
Berlin, May 28.—Dr. Peters writes
the Emin Relief Committee from Buba-
pina, Nyamla, announcing that the expedition under his command has commenced its return journey to Bagnmnyo,
via Kumangago.
Something New.
London, May 28.—Theentrance of tho
eldest son of the Prince of Wales iuto
the Houbo of Lords during the lifetime
of his father is an event unique in
English history, for the simple reason
that the newly created Duke of Clarence
and Avondale and Earl of Athlone, is
the only eldest son of a Prince of Wales
since Princes of Wales were, who has
attained, much less passed by several
years, his majority while his father was
atill heir apparent to the crown.
rienilng tlie l'roteetloi-Uli..
Nbw York, May 28.—The World's London special says: The Harrison administration haB a nice muddle on its hands
in the consular appointment to Stoke,
which is the centre of the pottery district.
President Cleveland filled this important post with Mr. Schoenhof, a well
known writer on political economy,
whom protectionists were anxious to get
speedily recalled. President Harrison
has removed Schoenhof and given the
place to Wm. Burgess, of Trenton, N. J.
The Cuntoins Itolibera in Clover.
Nkw York, May 28.—A big seizure
was made by the custom house officials
yesterday. A German, who arrived on
the steamer Elbe from Bremen, acted
suspiciously and was stripped. In his
shoes were found seven valuable
diamond and three handsome gold
watches. In his pockets tho inspectors
discovered six pearl crosses, three diamond crosses, aix pearl bracelets, one
dozen elegant scarf pins and other
jewelry of all sorts,
Sweet Yankee!ami.
Columbus, O., May 28.—At Hope, in
this county, 0. II. Scuff, aged 25, attempted to' elope with Miss Pearl Fran-
zoe, the seventeen-year old daughter of
Hampton Franzoe, the owner ofsoverul
fast horses. The young lady's father
heard of the affair in time to appear iu
front of the couple with a double-barrelled shotgun. Young Scuff showed
fight and dealt the irate father a fearful
blow on the leg with a stone, making a
very painful wound. The young woman's
father levelled his gun at Scuff, snapping it several times, but it failed to go
off, the young lady having taken the
shells out of her father's gun, some two
hours previous to her departure from
here, as he had threatened to kill her
lover. Young Scuff draw a revolver and
fired two shots at Franzoe and then departed on the first train, leaving his love
in the hands of her angry father, whom
he threatened to kill if he did not peacefully consent to their marriage. Franzoe came to this city and filed a complaint against young Scuff for assault
and battery with intent to kill.
I>ied of Heart Illieane.
Nkw York, May 28.—TIioSmh'" London Bpecial gives the following particulars of the death of Major Megrue.
Major Conrad C. G. Megrue, of l/mdon
and Now York, died suddenly at tho
Cliftonvillo Hotel, where he had gone to
spend the Whitsuntide holiday, on Saturday night. Ho arrived at the hotel on
Friday and was not then feeling very
well. On Saturday night he was taken
with a fainting fit in the corridor of tho
hotel and was carried to his room whero
he died bofore the physicians could
reach him. Death was duo to heart disease. Megrue was a major of volunteers
during the war, after which he removed
from Cincinnati to New York, whoro he
engaged in business. In tho winter of
1883-84 he came to Ixmdon where he has
sinco been engaged in promoting American enterprises, and with success. His
offices were in tho Winchester Houbo
and lie was well-known among business
men in London. His last visit to New
York was last winter and ho returned
here only a few weeks ago. Megrue was
about 66 years of age and leaves a widow
and an adult son and daughter, who are
at present in New York. Tho body was
to-day embalmed preparatory to being
sent to America,
A.  Bold Ambanedor.
Constantinople, May 26.—Tho Bayak-
dere affair cabled yesterday, while modified and changed in some of the published details, loses nothing of its im
portanco in the corrected account, which
Ii as follows: The ladies assaulted were
the wife and daughter of the Chief Dragoman of the Russian embassy, not, ns represented, the daughter and her governess. Their nssailantB were not
Turkish soldiers, hut wero a Turkish
officer and five students, who seized the
ladies while the latter were taking a
garden promenade, and forcibly kissed
them. It chanced that a number of
Russian sailors wero also walking
in the garden and heard the
cries of the ladies and promptly
hurried to their assistance. Four of the
ruffians were captured but tiie fifth
mnde good his escape for the time. The
Russians at once led their captives to
the Russian embassy where they delivered them to the Russian Minister, M.
DenelidoJf. On the day following the
assault, the fifth man of the assailants,
who had previously escaped, was arrested and confined in the Russian embassy
whore he and his accompiices still remain. The request of the officers
of tbe Porte that the prisoners be handed over to its representative for trial
and punishment has resulted in action
so prompt and decided by the Russian
ambassador that grave apprehensions
are entertained that the episode may
become the basis of serious international
complications. Dcnelidoff peremptorily
refused to surrender the persons to the
Ottoman officials and has not hesitated
to say that this action is taken because
of the unreliable character of Turkish
administration of justice.
A BAD CASE.
A    Depraved    Man    Attempt*   to   Dreg
HIm Dniighter into   n Life nf
Misery.
Yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock a case
came before Mr. T. C. Atkinson, police
magistrate, which is fortunately not
common in this- City. August Shultz
charged Mr, and Mrs. Stirsky with exorcising au undue influence over hia
daughter Amanda Shultz and keeping
her from her parents. The defendants
pleaded npt guilty. Shultz' daughter,
Amanda, aged Hi, is employed as it
lonies.io at- Mrs. Stirsky's house and
the parents wish to get the girl away
for certain purposes; and tho girl, being
comfortable and well cared for at Mrs.
Stirsky's, does not wish to go. The
parents attempted to take the child by-
force about three weeks ago and their
efforts were resisted and frustrated, and
on this ground August and Minnie
Shultz. the parents, laid  their charge.
August Shultz wub first sworn, and
was interpreted by Mr. Teach. He said
that Amanda wbb hired out—"rented"
he called it—to Mrs. Stirsky by the
week some months ago, Witness had
Been the child only three or four times
since then and wanted her to come
home. To this the girl would not consent and persisted in remaining where
she waB in spite of Shultz's persuasions.
Mrs. Minnie Shultz was next sworn
and deposed that when she and ber
husband had gone to invite their daughter to accompany them home the girl
refused. But for tliis emergency the
gentle couple hud prepared a rope hawser, and this they flung over the girl's
neck and proceeded to haul her home
to the best of their united ability. It
was at this critical juncture that the
Stirskys interfered nnd rescued the
captive.
Mr. A. Leamy, who appeared for the
defense, asked that the case be dismissed
with costs. There had been no case
made out under the act. The case was
accordingly dismissed with costs against
the plaintiffs.
Tho next case called was that of
Amanda Shultz, vs. Minnie Shultz, assault. Mrs. Shultz, the defendant, pleaded guilty,
Mrs. Lieberry who resides at Mrs.
Htirsky's house testified that on the
date mentioned, about three weeks ago,
Airs. Shultz came to the door and knocked for admission; the door was opened
by her daughter; defendant immediately
threw a rope around the girl's neck and
dragged her across the street; then,
putting the rope round her waist, Mrs.
Shultz dragged her as far as the Catholic
church. A young man there interfered
and prevented the mother maltreating
her daughter with the rope. When the
police arrived, defendant released the
girl and the latter went back to Mrs.
Stiraky's.
Mrs. Stirsky testified that she had
been often annoyed by the visits of the
girl's mother. The girl was iuavery
destitute condition when she came to
Mrs. Stiraky's house and had to be supplied with clothing and other necessaries. The mother came after the girl's
wages and clothing. Of the occurrence
tiireo weeks ago, witneBB related the
same account ai the previous witness.
Witness aaid she was afraid of the defendants from the manner in which
they had annoyed her.
The young girl, Amanda Shultz, who is
a cripple, was then sworn and testified
that sbe was sixteen years old. Her
father told her so before she came to
the City (although now he swears she Ib
only fourteen). Tliis witness corroborated
the evidence of those who had proceeded
her. After her mother put the rope
around her waist, her mother tried to
choke her and then to pull some of her
clothes off, all the time calling her "a
devil." Her mother then tried to give
her some slashes ou the face, but a man
who was present stopped her. Her
father sometimes came and used throating language to witness, because she
would not go home. Her father told
her he would kill her.if she did not come
home. Witness said her father had
acted meanly with her, he had tried to
do Borne mean things with her. Witness said she was ufraid of her father and
mother, as. did they get her home tbey
would kill her.
Hia honor thought the information
ought to be amended to  include the'
fattier.   Mr. Leamy said if they got rid
of the mother they got rid of the worse
of tho two.
Witness said sho was kindly treated
and well-cared for at Mrs. Stiraky's, and
as she had a home there sho had no desire to leave it.
On tho evidence being interpreted to
the defendants the father vigorously denied the allegations made against him
by his daughter. He said she was poisoned in the mind and crazy in the head,
"verickt." The mother suid they wanted the child home to work on the farm.
The father said ho had been in prison in
Oregon City for having, ns he aaid, had
something to do with a "witch fire" or
"devil fire."
Mr. Leamy said this case was marked
with a barbarity happily almost unknown in this land, and that no fine
would moot the cxiginccs of the case.
imprisonment was the only thing to
meet the case.
His Honor said he never heard such
an outrageous case in bis life; it was
one of those cases which, fortunately,
they wore not often called upon to ex-
ammo into. He fined the defendants
$20 each and two months in jail, tbe
committment not to be made out unless
the defendants again attempt to molest the girl or Mrs. Stirsky, or otherwise repeat their past behavior.
The Circus,
McMahon's circus yesterday was a success in every particular. The canvas
was crowded both during the afternoon
nnd evening, to its utmost capacity, and
on both occasions the crowd dispersed
feeling that they had got the full worth
of their money. Tho show wns first-
class from beginning to finish. The
bare-back riding wns excellent and drew
the admiration of the audience by the
perilous audacity of the riders. The
club-swinging on the globular was one
of the vory best features of tho entertainment and mot with rounds of applause. The tiainod horses and donkeys
wevo also a great source of amusement
and delight, aud the bar and trapeze
performances were very good. Tho concert at the close wus well attended. The
singing was good and the other specialties wero excellent. The " flro enter,"
who blew flamo from his mouth thirty
feet into tho air. excited the wonder ol
the audience. The show will bo continued to-day, and is well worth seeing.
—Newts-Advertiser of Tuesday.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla, THE DAILY COLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0., MAY 28,  1890.
VOLUME VIII-No. ttS.
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WEDNESDAY EVENINO, MAY _28,1SB0.
THE TWO CITY CANDIDATES.
The meeting called by Mr. Cunningham for last night passed off quietly and
prosily enough, without the benefit of
police. The meeting itself was largely
attended and Mr. Cunningham nearly
put. hia hearers to sleep by a monotonous
recital of his doings in the Houso, which
appeared to consist largely In introducing private bills, for friend and foe
alike, far some iff which servicer) ho received thanks, and in other eases did
not get so much as a " postage stamp'
for his trouble. Mr. Cunningham waR
certainly a hardly worked man in the
last session so far as the introducing
and pushing of private bills wns concerned. But that fact was hardly worth
dwelling upon nt such length in giving
an account of his stewardship. Iu other
respects, of courae, Mr. Cunningham
did fairly well in his way, but it is not
necessary to go into details—Mr. Cun
ningbam ia not the man to let anyone
forget what be did do and especially
what he intends to do. Under ordinary
circumstances Mr. Cunningham would
make a passable member, though never
a brilliant, very forcible or effective, or
altogether an independent one.
■ Mr. Cunningham's candidature for
the City at this time, under all the cir*
cumstancea, is not creditable to him in
the last degree. Until the visit of the
Premier to this part of the Province,
laat week, Mr. Cunningham, according
to his own intentions and the understanding of his friends, was a candidate
for Westminster Diatrict, Then he nr
rived atthe decision not to "run" for
any constituency. Finally, at the man'
date of tho Premier, evidently, he allowB
himself to be brought forward in this
City, for the express purpose of trying
to defeat a much better man, but one
whose natural independence and ability
unfit hira for being in any respect a
Government tool, although prepared to
give the Government any support that
it may merit. It is certainly not a good
indication when a Government is not
satisfied with the prospects of a nonpartisan and perfectly independent
support, but must needs pick its own
men and run them in a constituency
against the candidate of the people.
The people, we have no hesitation in
predicting, will make themselves heard
most unmistakably in this instance to
the effect that they do not appreciate
the kindness of the Government in nominating a candidate for them. The people, the electors, as a whole, may have
nothing personally against Mr. Cunningham, and may regard him negatively in a political sense, but tho grent
majority aro convinced that Mayor
Brown iB just the man for tbe emergency
nnd a better and abler iu all general
respects than his opponent.
Mr. Brown did not delay the audience
long last night after Mr. Cunningham's
speech, to lay before them his views,
but the brief appearance nnd address
' be did make could not but impress tbe
meeting with the marked contrast between the two candidates and in favor
of the last speaker. Mr. Brown is,
plainly, a man who can and will mako
himself heard and respected on any and
all occasions in the House, and who, in
thinking capacity and power and style
of expression, will not be excelled, if
indeed he will be equalled, by the most
erudite nnd eloquent member in Government nnd Legislature. Mr. Brown's
continued residence in this Provinco, on
the Mainland, and in this City, since
the pioneer days, hiB long and valuable
experience as a Mainland journalist-
taking part in that capacity iu some of
the most momentous discussions (as for
instance tho "Battle of the Routes")
that have taken their place iu the history of the Province—his well established business nnd executive ability, undoubted independence and Integrity,
clear and rapid insight, exceptional address, and forcible, eloquent expression,
give him an advantage over almost nny
candidate that could be brought into
this field, and this advantage, we doubt
not, the constituency will not fail to
note, and avail itself of, by electing Mr.
Brown by nn overwhelming majority,
as the representative of tho Koyal City
in the next Parliament.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
According to the Boston Transcript,
the fadless woman of the future will not
find heraelf obliged to seek external interests at every turn. " She will not at
forty, or fifty, or sixty, be full of nervouB
concern, restless and unhappy and old
of spirit. One who in girlhood learns
to take care of her health, and who Is
happy in her broad knowledge of literature, or science, or mathematics, or art,
therefore brings a richer sort of life into
her home, whatever her home mny be,
Small and petty gossip ia not a natural
necessity of any person; it is tho resource of the uninterested, nnd the passion for fads is tbe result of a craving for
the interests of narrow bounds."
The new United- States Government
silver vault continues to excite comment. It is 85 feet long nnd 50 feet
wide nnd 12 feet high. It. is fenced off
Into 16 compartments by openwork steel
partitions.. Each compartment can accommodate 6,500,000 silver dollars,
weighing 200 tons. Thus the silver in
the vault weighs 3,500 tons of 2,000
pounds avoirdupois to the ton. As only
a very limited number of persona can
be permitted to handle tho present vast
money hoardB of tho United States Government, the quadrennial count is a
serious national question, nnd may, of
itself, become a reason byand-bye for a
change of Administration every four
years, ao ns " to count the cash."
Tlie experiences of the English and
Italian Governments during the last
year with reference to 110-ton guns have
demonstrated that monstrosities, of this
sort are no longer wonted in the navy.
The United Service Gazette seems to fear,
however, that the opinion of naval officers is veering too far in the direction
of light armament. "It Ib recognized by
those who have most carefully studied
the subject," says the Gazette, "that to
limit the weight of guns to fifty tons, as
many propose, would be erring far too
much in the opposite direction. In some
cases it would be positively necessary to
attack a strongly-fortified position from
the sea, and heavy guns would lie absolutely required in such a case, as tbey
alao would frequently be during naval
engagements."
The Colonist's question drawer will
soon become gorged. The unanswered
problems and conundrums, growing out
of tho redistribution discussion nnd
kindred subjects, are rapidly gaining on
our cotemporary, and we do not wonder
that it has become dyspeptic, ill-tempered and abusive. Not a word have
we heard yet in answer to those two
problems, as to why 6,65(1 Lower Mainland voters are only entitled to SIX
members, while 7,111 Island voters are
accorded SIXTEEN fully fledged and
blooming M.P.P's., and why Borne slight
attempt was not made to equalize this
disparity in the famous redistribution
measure. Then there is that last littlo
query, to wit: What difference could it
make whether tho Premier received and
answered a certain telegram at Kamloops or Vancouver? Wo implore the
Colonist to gratify the curiosity of ita
readers on these points.
Patrick applied for a position us porter
for a wholesale store. "Patrick, I am
afraid that yon are not strictly honest."
"Faith, an* phydoes ye be thinkln'
Oi'm not honest?" "Well, I've heard
some whisperings that you wero a little
unreliable at your last place. I must
have a perfectly honest man here."
"Faith, on' Oi can show ye a certificate
of honesty that'll make ye change your
mind moighty quick." He then drew
out a piece of paper containing words
of tbe greatest praiae of himself. "Who
wrote thiB, Patrick?" "Who wrote it?
Oi did, sor." "Oh, Oh! Ia a certificate
of your own writing a' proof of your
honesty?" "It is, aor j because, sor, Oi
know more about nieself than any other
mon do; nn,' begorr^, if Qi wasn't
honest Oi wouldn't be after tellin' ye
Oi wrote it nieself." And Patrick got
the job, it is related. Patrick, with his
own certificate aa to his honesty, will remind our readers of a certain local politician.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla;
Bell-Irving, Patterson
6c Co.
IMPORTERS
Shipping Agenta,
WHOLESALE
-AND-
Commission Merchants
In Stock, a full assortment of
Liquors, Vitrified Drain Pipes,
Fire Bricks, Encaustic Tiles,
Cumberland Smithy Coal, &c,
&c, &c.
Any Description of Goods Imported
to Order.
dwfelto
TO LET.
fpIIE OFFICE   NOW OCCUPIED   HY THE
Vancouver News-Advertiser, on MoKenile
t June.   Apply!
G. A. KELLY.
Street, to be let from tho 1st of June.  Apply to
i1_ny2ltfl —ts:..
For  Sale.
CITV HOTEL AND ADJOINING PROPERTY
Apply to        JOSEPH WINTEMUTE,
Reild.nce, Pelham St.,
Or lo     WINTEMUTE BROS.,
dmy-Otc Columbia St.
ATTENTION, ENGLISHMEN
ENGLISHMEN, THEIR SONS, OU GRAND-
sons, are invited to attend a meeting at
FORESTER'S HALL, Columbia St., for thepur-
8dno of organising a Lodgo iff tho Beneficial
rdcr, SONS OF 8T, GEORGE.    Meeting on
Friday evening:,   the 30tli May, at 7.30
o'clock.
ilmy^U CHAS. WILLIAMS, P.G.P.
Re Estate of the Late James Lindsay,
HE ABOVE ESTATE REQUESTS ALL PER-
___ sons Indebted or having in their possession
property belonging to the estate to report the
Hum' to the undersigned.
All pcn-oiif. having claims tigaliiHt thuentato
of James Lindsay (deceased) will either hand in
to me or forward to John Iiowbon, Darkcn'tlle,
B.C., on or beforo the 28th June, 1800, an Itemized
Statement of tho same.
JOHN McKENNEY,
Executor.
Port Hammond, 27th Slay, 1890,       dmywml
Notice to Builders.
Young Men'.s Christian AssoTn Building
on Columbia Street, will be received up to noon
of June 10th.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily ac«
.jited.
Plans and specifications may be seen at the
onico of GLOW A MACLURE,
dmyWtd Architects.
CIVIC ELECTION.
BV VIRTUE OF A WARRANT, ISSUED UN-
dertho hand nnd seal of tho Mayor of
the City of New Westminster, and to me directed, public notice Is hereby given that I require
the presence of the Electors of Ward No. 4, In
the snld city, at the City Hall on Wednesday, the
Uth day of Juno next, at IS o'clock, noon, for the
purpose of electing ono person to represent them
In too Council an Alderman In the place of Al-
iicriiiiin I.ynl, resigned.
Tho modo of nomination of candidates shall
bens follows: The candidates shall bo nominated in writing; the writing shall bo subscribed
by two persons as proposer and seconder, who
hIihII be duly qunliilcd electors of end residents
n the ward ofthc City for whtch the candidate
In nominated; and such nomination shall contain a statement signed by tho person nominated that he consents to such .nomination. The
nomination papers uhnll be delivered to the Returning Officer at any time between the date of
this notice nnd 1 o'clock p.m. of tho said Uth
day of June, in the event of a poll being
necessary, such poll will be opened on the 18th
day of Juno noxt, nt U o'clock In tho forenoon,
and shall remain open until 0 o'clock In the afternoon, at the following place, namely, at tho
residence of Honry Hoy, Dickinson street, In
until ward; of which evory person Ib hereby required to take notice and govern himself accordingly.
Glvon under my hand nt the City of Now
Westminster tho 27th day of May, A. I). woo.
D. ROBSON,
dtuywtd Returning Offlcer.
BLAINE, B.C.
ELWOOD'S ADDITION
ON THE LINE OF THE '
I
Is now on the Market.
Come Early and Take Advantage of
Present Low Prices.
FOR   SALE   BY
MOWAT & SLOAN,
Columbia Street, New Westminster, and
Washington Ave., Blaine, Washington.
JUST RECEIVED
-A LARGE   STOCK OP	
" yen Hose!
(Seamless Cotton, Rubber Lined, and Mildew
Proof; All Sizes.)
Hose Pipes,
Lawn Mowers
(FHILABKU'IIIA PATTERN.)
Trimming Shears,
Hedge Trimmers,
 AND	
Garden Tools
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
The Best Made and Lowest Figures.
Campbell&Anderson
(SUCCESSORS TO JAMES CUNNINGHAM)
THE LEADING HARDWARE HOUSE,
F. J. COULTHARD & CO.
Notaries Public,
REAL:-: ESTATE:-: BROKERS
Insurance and Financial Agents.
Cor. Clarkson and Mackenzie Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. O.
Telephone 107. .puwu, P.O. Box 244.
F. Stirsky,
-SIL.EADINQIS-
WATCHMAKER: AND: JEWELER
Columbia St., opposite Scoullar Blook.
If you want to buy n 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 50 cts. to $50, all styles and varieties, embracing a choice
selection of German Cuckoo Clocka, beautifully hand carved and first-class time
keepers, and astonishingly cheap.
A splendid selection of Genuine Diamond Ladies' and Gentlemen's Kings, and
a great assortment of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Engagement Rings.
Also a very large DHsortmcnt of all kinds of Emblem Fins and Watch Charms.
' A iiuo selection of Ladies' and Gents' Watch Guards, and a large variety of Ladles and
Gentlemen's Jewelry.   Gentlemen's Watches from $5 to flOO.
Every article sold Is warranted ns represented.  A specialty in Watch repairing.  Every
wntch warranted to give perfect satisfaction,
dwfeltc Remember the Blue Store, Columbia St., apposite Scoullar Block, N. W.
WantecMSO Men!
TO WEAR THE  NICEST  AND  BEST, DIRECT IMPORTED,
English, Scotch nnd French Goods ever brought into the City.
Also, tho CHEAPEST TAILORING HOUSE in town.
Wo havo jnst received, per Str. "Umbria," from London, the largest Btock of PANTINGS in the City.
A call is sufficient to convince.   Satisfaction guaranteed.
BEGGS 6c HEARD
WOODS & POLLEY,
Real Estate Brokers
COVEYANCERS & NOTARIES PUBLIC.
-*l MONEY     TO     L.OKNK-
Connections In Victoria and Vancouver, B. C„ and London, England,
Mote  Cor, Colombia & McKenzie Sts,, New Westminster.
TO THS ELECTORS OF
New Westminster City & District.
GENTLEMEN:—Ah we are goin^ to have all our Itoad. and Bridges
throughout the District put hi ilrst class repair, and some slight repairs
to the "K do K," it will he necessary for you all to have 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 l'KEMIER CARRIAGES, EXTENSION
TOP CARRIAGES, EXPRESS and DELIVERY WAGONS, and ROAD
CARTS, at prices that will surprise you.
We have u few TIMBER WAGONS left, and will have a carload in
somo time this week, of any size, from a lj^-in. tire tn a 4-in. tire—at
prices that will defy competition.
SULLEY & BRYSON,
General Carriage Builders & Blacksmiths.
New Westminster, May 19,1890. dwtc
M. A. McRAE,
MERCHANT * TAILOR
Summer Stock Just Armed Direct from England..
Double the amount of Stock carried by any other tailoring establishment in the
city.   Call nnd bo 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: Calves' Feet, Lomon, Madeira, Noyeau
Port Wine and Plain CaW Feetf Malt, White Wino and Crystal
Vinegar ; Raspberry and Black 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 Soyer's Sultana Sauce; 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-
and's Sardines, Blackwall White Bait, Philippe & Canaud's Asparagus
and Green Peas, Potted Meats in tins and j-tins, Mayonnaise Sauco,
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 END BOOT & SHOE STORE.
gV Opposite D. Lyal & Co's.
O. B. ACKERMAN.
T. ACKERMAN.
Mechanics Mill Co., Ld.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IX
SASH, DOOR BLINDS & LUMBER
Store Fixtures and all kinds of Factory Work.
FOOT OF PELHAM 8TREET,     -      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
iltnjiOtc
ZED. S. HALL,
BooksellerSTATMERAilmporter
(WHOLESALE ASH KETAIL),
Columbia Street, New Westminster, B. O.
English, Foreign aud United States Periodicals and Newspaperi
constantly on hand.   Books imported to order.
TOWNSITE  OF
BELLINGHAM
Now Incorporated with City of
FAIRHAVEN
WILL BE PLACED ON SALE
Monday, May 19th,
 -BY  THK	
FAIRHAVEN LAND CO.
Best Property aud Opportunity for  Investment  over  offered
iu Washington.
R. B. BELL,
-SUnUUMI.
CONTRACTOR
AMD BUILD.
Estimates Given on Work of any kind in connection with HOUSE BUILDIN
REPAIRING, OFFICE FITTING, &-.
("Men supplied OITY or COUNTRY by day or hour any time.     dwmyU
H.T.READ&CO.
THE   LEADING
int
ot Not
Contract    and others erecting boniea should call on ur and examine our extensive Bloc
Builders' Hardware, which Is excelled by no other house in the Province,
We Carry the Largest Assortment of Locks in the Cit;
To those requiring l'aluts and Oils wo hoc to cull attention to our extensive variety.   Sii|
Coach Colors. In all (.hades.  Tube Colors of every description.   Floor PalntB, ready or m
We have much pleasure In announcing that wc have been appointed Sole Agents in thi.1. CI
the sale of tho Celebrated Johnson's Magnetic Iron Paint, the highest grade Fire
Prool Paint In iho world.   Ounrantecd U2 per cent, pure oxide.
MASONIC AND ODD FELLOWS' BLOOK, NEW WESTMINSTEI
dwfelto
Reid & Currie
MACHINISTS,
Forging and Bolt Making.
BRASS and IRON CASTING
Estimates Furnished, and Drawings Made in our oi
by a Practical Draughtsman.
Skilled Mechanics and Latest Improved Machinery only us
AGENTS FOR
JOHN DOTY—Stationary, Marine and Hoisting Engines.
CHAS. SMITH—Duplex Steam Pumps; also, Centrifugal and Rotary l'l
LONDON TOOL CO.—Manufacturers of all kinds of 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 Factory, Bri
yard and Canning Machinery.
FULL LINE IN STOCK OF
Wagons, Carriages, Buggies, Phaetons, Hacks and Carriage Material
£jflT"Catfllogues and Prices furnished on application.   All work
thoroughly guaranteed.
dwlelto
This Space is Reserved for the
Royal City Planing Mills Company
The Pioneer and Lending
Lumber Manufacturing Establishment of the Royal City
Richard Street, New Westminster.
WINTEMUTE    BROS
Leading Manufacturers and Importers of
FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTER
Columbia St., New Westminste
$5,000 STOCK
JUST RECEIVED BV
J. S. Mansoi
MERCHANT TAILOR.
Consisting of WEST OF ENGLAND DOESKINS, FINE ENG:
NAVY BLUE VENETIAN, and an endless variety of SCOTCI
ENGLISH SUITINGS and FANCY TROUSERINGS, Ac.
2nd Door West of Mckenzie St., <»< dowimu Strbot,
<Up7te New  Westminster,  B.
CHAS. McDONOUG
Front Street, New Westminster.
iiister 1
fi
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
Flannels, Worsteds and all kinds of Woolen C
Beady-Made Clothing.
'"The only House on the Mainland which keeps tho Manufactures of t
Westminster Woolen Mills.   Patbonize Home Iummrav.
Thk Columbian Printino Establishment has flrst-class fac
for all kinds of Commercial Printing. Bill Heads, Letter Heads, CirC
Cards; Envelopes, Blank Forms of every description, Posters, Dot
Price Lists, &o. Prices will 1* foimd as low as at any other office i
ftrit-»la_» work ia doie.
__V VOLUME VIII-No. 98.
THE DAILY COLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, MAT 28,  1890.
THE DAILY COLUMBIAN
WEDNESDAY  EVENING, MAY 2*. 1890.
FORT LANGLEY ITEMS.
(From Our Own Correspondent.}
Langley, May 26.—The political atmosphere ia highly charged with electrical scintillations and the electorate ia
preparing for a grand display bf sage
discernment, at the next meeting of
our branch of the Mainland Political Association. It behoves, us, once for all,
to make selection of the best men our
wisdom can secure to represent our district in the Legislative Assembly, and
return members who will have the interests of the entire Province advanced
bv good and useful measures, and not
allow a small portion of it only—the Island of Vancouver—to be placed iu the
van of progress. We would fain see our
old friends again seek our suffrages—for
the last cabinet, and their supporters
passed many salutary laws, but their
fatal failure to give a fair representation
in the House to tho Mainland divisions
has been productive of a tstntc of feeling,
far from desirable at this juncture. The
meeting at Herring'B Opera House iu
the Royal City was one tlie proceedings
of which were read with surprise—and
regret that some of your most respected
citizens should have met with such
scant courtesy from the chief speaker,
and was such that friends and political
opponents must have opened their ears
and their eyes with wonder at the mistake made" by their hitherto trusted
member, aud with astonishment at the
unexpected nttitudu taken by him, first
in the assertion that he would like to be
amongst them again, iu preference to
the Island, and then telling his hearers that he cared little whether he was
chosen by them or not; for if they declined to elect him he would go elsewhere. It was unhappy for all parties,
this appearance before the constituency;
but there is yet time for explanation
and reconstruction. It is hard to part
with a valuable representative, but remembering that the Premier and his
colleagues have done good service to the
.State, and that perhaps only in this
matter of the amendment to the Constitution Act wrong has been undoubtedly
done to the Mainland people, there is
still an opportunity to acknowledge the
mistake and set matters right between
the electors and those members who
formed tho majority in allowing such a
manifestly unjust law to appear upon
the statute book. The constituencies
cm the Centre Mainland will, it is to be
hoped and urged, make their aspirations
to be respected, by selecting only such
men as will pledge themselves to secure
in the next Local House a befitting and
proportionate number of members who
will work with all their powers to apply
tho resources of the Province generally
for the amelioration of the people and
tho promotion of the prosperity of the
country—socially, commercially and
patriotically—to do which every section
should have fair representation, and
Island and Mainland interests be absorbed in the one object—the good of
the peoplo alike of every portion of
British Columbia.
MONEY TO LOAN
IN  ANY AMOUNT, LARGE)  OH SMALL, on
lirst mortgage, on farm lands,
dtc WOODS, TURNER Si OAMBLE
W. 0. LOYE,
Fashionable Boot and Sb Maker
f0* Repairing neatly dono. Cork sole work
a specialty.   Orders promptly attended to,
Clabkbon St., in rear of Colonial Hotel, next
to Hand Bros.1 ofliee. dfeltc
TO BUILDEES.
I MR SALE, IN LARGE OR SMALL QUj-KTI-
'   ties, building rock.        Apply to
ilmy-tc        WOODS. TURNER It GAMBLE.
TENDERS.
TENDERS WILL  BE RECEIVED UP TO 0
ii. m. Wednesday, Jane   4th, for the
erection of brick offices on Lorno Street for
Messrs. Corbould, McColl A Jenns.
Plans and specifications may be scon nt my
ofliee.
Lowest or nny tender not necessarily accepted.
RICHARD P. SHARP, M.S.A.,
Architect.
New Westminster, 22nd Slay, 1830.       dniyMtfl
FRANK  BOOTH,
Licensed City Scavenger,
Orders Promptly Attended to.
.<lmy2S.nl Address  P. O.
TENDERS  WANTED.
SEALED TENDERS WILL 11K RECEIVED BY
The Helta Municipal Council up to noon of
Saturday the 7th day nf June next, for the
delivery of from TWELVE TO EIGHTEEN
HUNDRED CUBIC YARDS OP GRAVEL, to be
used far gravelling the Mniu Tnink Road.
Tenders lo stnte amount per yard for delivery
ou Scows ut tho nearest accessible point to road,
and nlso amount per yard for delivering and
distributing upon road bed, commencing nt the
wharf, Ladners Landing.
Specifications may bo obtained at my office.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. WM. McKKK.
Ijulnei-K, Mav 20th, 1630. C. >h C.
awmaaw
NEW WELLINGTON
CONSUMERS OF NEW WELLINGTON COAL
will remember that In addition to its being
very much harder and cleaner than any other
in tbe market, they get the full advantage of
dealing direct with the Colliery.
SOLE AGENT:      .J. W. CREIGHTON,
WBHSTKn'S Wll.U.F.
Telephone 105.-P. O. Box 170.
Orders mny also bo given to W. E. DICKINSON, Front Street. dnpytc
FRONT STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
JOHN RANKIN, - Proprietor.
Rates from $1 to $1,50 a Day.
dmy23tc
Chilliwhack Camp Meeting
rpHE ABOVE   JIEBTING  WILL  OPES OS
Thursday, 29th May,
on the Camp Grounds.
Good hoard emi be hnd on iliei'nnipGrounds,
Chllllwhack.
Several Ministers nnd Workers nro expected lo
be present. wmy21tl-d24tfi
BOATS FOR HIRE AND FOR SALE
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED WISH TO AN-
riounce to the public generally that we
have stnrted n boat-lmlldlng establishment nt
the
Foot of Ellice Street,
Boot Trimmings, Onrs, Paddles, etc.
Telephone ■connection at Residence.
WIL80N & WI8E.
New Westminster, Mny 33,1800,        (linytttfl
ST. LEONARD'S HALL
WILL IIH O-EKBI) OX
Tuesday Evening, June 3rd,
—Willi a—
CONCERT
 IIY Till!	
Westminster Choral Union
PROCEEDS FOlt BUILDING FUND
Ailmi.xioii,    -    ■   Fifty Cunts.
TICKETS AT TIIE USUAli STO11EB.
Wall Paper,  Wall Papei
Murray.Greig
Have Jnst Opened U|i a Pull Line.
Artists' Materials, Mixed
Faints.
s Enamel for Bilc-i-Bnc.
NOTICE.
A MEETING OF THE WESTMINSTER A
Vancouver Tramway Company will bo held
ut the Secretary's Ofllce, Columbia Street, New
Westminster, B.C., nt 2:30 p.m., on
Saturday, .Hut  Instant.
Shareholders will please govern themselves accordingly.
By onler of the Provisional Directors.
S. T. MACKINTOSH,
dinylitd Secretary pro. torn.
A RARE CHANCE.
THE UNDERSIGNED, GE1TING UNABLE
to work, offers for salo his tine Dairy
Farm of 180 acres; 100 clear, with good .House,
bearing Orchard; 22 Milch Cows; a lot of young
Cattle and Horses, Wagon, Mower, Bake, and
everything with tha placo If desired. Terms
very easy and immediate possession can he glv
en.
For further imiUciilnrs, apply to
M. NICHOLSON,
dwinyHtc Matsqui.
POR SALE CHEAP.
_ One from the handsomest Jersey Cow in
the country, and which took 1st prize ntB.
C. A. Fair lost Fall for best Jersey Cow, best
milker, best Cow of any kind; ami the Bull took
Is; prize for best Jorsey Bull Calf. The other
from a Cow that took 1st prize as best Jersey, 2
years old. Also—one Double-Seated Buggy,
Polo. Neck Yoke, Cushions, etc, all complete
and iu good order; nearly new. Can be bought
cheap; also one Pony, well broken; gentle;
good in harness or saddle. Apply to
dnplStn C. G. MAJOR.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS flEREBY. GIVEN THAT 00 DAYS
after date I intend to npplvto the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to purchase 200 acres (more or less) of pastoral lands situate on Humphrey Channel, Desolation Sound, New Westminster District, and
described as follows: "Commencing from post
marked N.W. II. A L.; thence East 20 chains,
thence north 80 chains, to Sea Beach; thence
south nlong Sea Beach about 2 miles, to post
marked H. &L.; thence along line 83 chains
north to place of commencement.
T. It. PIERCEY.
Comox, 19th May, 18U0. dinyMma
Election Card.
of   New   Westminster
To   the  Electors
District.
GENTLEMEN:—At tha urgent solicitation of
a large number of Electors throughout the District, I havo consented to oBer myself as a candidate in tho Government Interest, to represent
the District of New Westminster in the next
Legislative Assembly.
Your Obedient Servant,
J. C, HENDERSON.
Chilliwhack, B.C., .May 21,1890.     my23dwtc
Bridles, Whips, Spurs, &c.
HAVING A THOROUGH KNOWLEDGE OF;
the business we nre prennred to turnout
nny work in our line. All orders promptly at-!
tended to and work guaranteed to he HrM-dnss.
Prices to suit.
FRONT ST. next to Holbrook House)   .
dwapSte NEW WESTMINSTER, B i
Old Wellington
The Best Coal on the Pacific Coast
FROM THE DUNSMUIR MIKES.
I or sale by     H. ELLIOTT,
On Ewen's Wharf.
Onlore left at tlie Store oi W. McCOLL, Columbia Street, or at my nfflco will receive lmmeilinto
attention.
New Westminster, April 11,1890.     dapl.yl
New Westminster Water Commission!
TENDERS WILL BE  RECEIVED UP TO 4
p. m. of MONDAY, 14th .Inly, prox., for
the supplying of
"MATERIAL FOR THE MAIN PIPE "
And for the work of
"mm am luuii m mais mr
Of tho New Westminster Water Works,
Specifications arc to be Been at the Engineer's
Ofllce, City Hall, and nt tho ofllce.. of the Montreal Utar, Montreal; Rand Bros., 107 Cannon
St., London; and J. F. Waldio, 63 Waterloo St.,
Glasgow.
ARTHUR HILL,
Engineer.
New Westminster. May 1st, 189(1.   dwmylOte
SCAVENGER'S WORK.
ALL PERSONS AHE REQUIRED TO TAKE
notice that the following in a copy of Seo.
27 of the "SnnltnryBy-ljiw, 1890":
"Sec. 27.—No person not being a licensed
scavenger under IUIh by-law, or the employee of
BUOll MBVOtlgOr, shall engage In removing nnv
garbage, nihil, swill, ashes, or night soil: Provided, however, thut nothing tn this hv-lnw
shall prevent any person from removing any
such gnrbngc, offal, swill, ashes, or night sof|
from any premises owned.urnccup-cri fiv himself, or allowing such removal by uny person
using the same for manure, or as fund fur pigs,
poultry, or other live stock, hut no payment
shall no mado. or consideration given or received, tor or ou account of such removal, oilier
than the thing removed, and every such removal must lie made iu accordance with the
provisions of this by-law."
The penalty for tibreneh of the provisions Of
this by-law is u line uf fin. or imprisonment fur
n period of two months.
D. ROBSON,
City Clerk.
New Westminster, May 23,1890. dmy28wl
Paper   Hanging and   interior   Decorating a
Specialty.    House nnd Sign Painting,
Next Door to A* M, Herring**.
Drag Store.
dmyflflto
TO THE ELECTORS OF
New Westminster City.
GENTLEMEN:—In response to n requisition,
numerously signed, whlcli hns been presented to
mc, I.bog to offer myself as representative of
this City in tho Provincial Legislature.
I franklrconfess that, aside from the great
question of thu just distribution of legislative
power, 1 would scarcely care to he a eundtdnte.
If von do mo tho honor to clad me I shull make
that question my first consideration at nil limes,
nnd in order to do this Itis essential that I
keen quite free from any entangling alliances
with cither Government or Opposition. But to
Iho people nnd the advocacy of the rights of tho
people, in this matter nud in nil others, I can
fully nnd freely pledge myself; nnd with those,
be tbey ou what side of tho House thoy may,
who nre anlmnted hy n similar spirit, I will work
cordially.
The present crisis demands special treatment.
Wc of tlio Lower Mainland nro denied our just
share of legislative power, and so long as that is
the caso our truo policy, In my opinion—nay,
the policy which our own self-respect comiwls us
to adopt—Is to return uo man to the Legislature
who wlll not make the righting of thut wrong
his first business. It mny safely tie assumed
that those who shull ho found willing to do
right in this matter, will be the most likely to do
right In others also.
Notwithstanding tho utmost devotion |o this
Ilrst question, your representative wlll havo to
deal with many other matters, and perhaps lt
will be sufllciont now to say on this point tuat I
believe (hero is room for a grind deal of work before the administration nf public affairs cun
claim lobowhntlt should bo—government by
tho peonle/or tho people. I should earnestly en
dcavor to uo my share of that work.
I believe I may safely assume that you need
no assurance of my deep nnd abiding interest in
everything that makes for the prosperity of Now
Westminster city.
I am, Gentlemen,
Vary truly yours,
dmyietc J. C BROWN
SUMMER EXCURSION RATES
—-TO	
Harrison Hot Springs!
From  Weitmlniiter  or  Vancouver
to Agaaels Station and return; good
from Friday until Monday, or from
Saturday or Sunday until Tuesday.... ti'-J SO
Round trip by Stage from Agassjz to
Springs....     1 oo
From Westminster or Vancouver to
Agaavli Station und return;   good
for 80 days     a oo
Round trip by Stage for this rate     1 50
Hops and Concerts in Pavllllou twice a week
after 15th of May. Splendid Fishing and Hunting.
Our Hot Mineral Baths in charge of careful
and trained attendants. Separate department
for Ladles. dmySrnl
BRITISH COLUMBIA
THOMAS ALLSOP, j
HENRY S. MASON, J
CUYLER A. HOLLAND,*
HEAD   OFFICE:
15 Serjeant's Inn* Fleet Street,
LONDON, ENG.
The Business of Aus-or A Mason has beeu
merged In tbe above Company aud will be carried on by thu Company from this date as a general Land Investment and Insurance Agency.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rutes.
Town I_otn nnd Farming l-ands for Sale on easy
terms.
Victoria, B. C, May 16th, 1887
dwfeite
City Bakery!
LEADING  BREAD AND CAKE ESTABLISHMENT IN THE CITY.
FBESH and" FAMCy' BREAD
Pastry and Confectionery
CONSTANTLY ON HANI).
Wedding Cakes a Specialty,
All orders promptly attended to.   A Dclim.u
Cart In connection with the business.
City Bakery—Next Door to Fihk Station.
'1 ki.efi{onk Call 121. . dtc
E.J.NEWTON.
F.J. MEYER.
Newton L Meyer
(SUCCESSORS TO 13. CANNIFF)
Manufacturers A- Importers of
HARNESS,  SADDLES,
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 nnd TABLE WARE in all designs.
A Fine Assortrrient of Clocks
Spectacles and Eye-Glasses to suit all Sights.
Special attention to Watch  Repairing.    All   kinds  of   Jewelery
manufactured on the premises by first-
class workmen.
The Cheapest House In Town.
dwfelto
Hotel Douglas.
(ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN)
cprner Columbia and  Mackenzie sts.
A. J. TOLMIE, PROPRIETOR.
New Firo-Proof Brick Building, with all the Latest Improvements.
The table is supplied with the best the market affords.
RESTAURANT PRIVILEGES OPEN MY AND NIGHT.
FINe  SH7UIPI__e  ROOTCS.
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies nnd Families.    Convenient
to all Trains and Steamers.
_-__7-to
QUEKN'S HOTEL
New Westminster.
~~H, WALKER, Proprietor.
..Best Sample Kooins/
( OX   THE  COAST. 1
PRENTIS   &  UPPER,
ACCOUNTANTS,
te, Fit
Parties wishing to sell or purchase HOUSES, CITY and SUBUR.
BAN LOTS, or FARMING LANDS, should give us a call. We
guarantee satisfaction.
PRENTI8 & UPPER,
dap29m_ Foot of Douglas St., Opp. O.P.R. Depot.
WAIT  FOR  IT!
ABBOTSFORD
IT'S     COMING
THRIFT & MacLEAN,
Real Estate Brokers
NOTARIES PUBLIC, CONVEYANCERS, ETC.
St. Leonard's, Blaine, B, C,
OFFICE:
Near International Line.
Town Lots in BLAINE, B. C, and
WHITE ROOK CITY, and Choice
Fanning Property in all parts of the
Distriot.
^Correspondence -oll.lteri        _i.Hmt
NOTICE OF SALE BY SHERIFF
Pim.uiint to Execution  Against
Unite Act, 1874.
Iti the Supreme Court of British Columbia
ASTHMAS DAVISON, Plaintiff:
WILLIAM CALKINS and A. KNNIS, Defendants.
IN OBEDIENCE TO A WHIT OF Ft FA. IS-
Kucd out of tho Supremo Court of Hrltlnl.
Columbia nt Now Westminster, on tho 2nd May,
181)0, und to mo directed In tho above nnmed
mtit, for Ihe mini ol 9615.88, debt nnd costs, together with Interest on samo at the rate of six
iier annum per annum from the 30th November,
1880, besldcH Sheriff1!, fees nnd poundage, Ac, I
have solxed, nnd will sell by Auction, at the
Court House. New Westmlnstor, on
Tuesday, the 3rd Day of June, i860.
At 1 o'clock p.m., all tho right, title and Interest of tho said A, Knnlx, in tho lauds ns described
In this ndvertiBomont, nr sufllciont thereof to
satisfy tho judgment, debt and costs lu tliis
notion, subject to a mortgage for $1000,00 nnd
Interest thereon nt 0 per centum per annum
from tbo 21st Kobruury, 1888.
niatrlnt  Nn  nf I_n.  CottOlfie DCHOTlp- EstntO Or
PMrlot. No. of »*t-uonoi property interest.
Now
West-
ntnBter.
North- Kant
V_ of Sec.
'ii, Township 'JO.
Farming  Lands
pnrtly lmpro"
cd, with bull*
lugs thereon.
Tlio judgment wns registered In tho Land
Registry Office, New Westminster, against said
land on the 20th November, 1880.
duyiTtd
W. J. AltMSTRONO.
Bberffi.
House for Sale Cheap.
A HOUSE   CONTAINING   EIGHT   KOOMS,
on Clinton Street; aharRH.nforc.isb.  Apply to Ml'UUAY A GKKIG,
Amy" to Columbia Street,
High School Entrance Examination,
IiHE   SEMI-ANNUAL   EXAMINATION   OF
.   applicants for entrance to a High School
will be held in the Central School Building, Now
Westminster, commencing at 9 a. m., Juno Uth.
Candidates must bo punotual.
S. D. POPE,
Sitpt. of Education.
Education Ofllce,
Victoria. May Oth, 1890. dmylOtd
NOW RUNNING 5 CHAIRS I
— OO TO—
Geo.   Mead's
 .OR	
Shaving & Hair-Cutting,
Shampooing,
Hot &. Cold   Baths.
Till. I.KADINO SALOON IN THE CITY.
The largest and best assortment of Hmiik-
Inil'lpe. Int.. City. Solo agont lor B. C. lot
II. Tlbbs, Bon & co.'s Missouri Patent Corn Coll
l'ipes, whioh Is the very beat Corn Cob Pino
mado. Itetall Doolev_,-_et_- to GEO. MEAD for
wholesale prices. ilmy 8tn
To the Electors of the.District of
New Westminster,
GENTLEMEN I'll having been reported that 1 have retired
from tho contest for lho representation of your
District In tho House of Commons, I beg to give
Mich statement tho most unqunllllcd eoi.trmUc
tion.
I am In the Held to stay, nud shall rcmnlu
thereuntil the dny of polling, when by' your
votes, I confidently expect to be returned as the
member for Now Westminster District.
Till then, I solicit your support, uud remain
Gentlemen, your obedient servant.
W. II. LADNEH.
May 7th, 1800. dwrnyHlo
Education Hrakcii or thk
Provincial 8rcm.tauv'b Dkpahtmbnt,
Victoria, May 8th, 1890.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TIIE
Annual Examination of Candidates for
Certificates of Qualification to teach In tho Public Schools of the Province wlll bo held us follows, commencing on Friday, July 4th, at 0
a. in.:
In Victoria-High School Building.
In Kamloops—Public School Building.
Each applicant must forward a notice, thirty
days bofore the examination, stating tho class
and grade of certificate for which he will ho a
i-nnmdntt., the optional subjects selected, nnd at
which of the ahovc-nnmod places he will attend,
Every notice of intention to ho examined
must bo accompanied with n testimonial certifying to the moral character of the candidate.
8. V. POPE,
dinylOml        Superintendent of Education.
ELECTION CARD.
To tlie Electors of New  Westminster />/«•
trict
_.NTLl _	
largo number of the Electors of tlie DISTRICT or
Nkw Wkhtminhtkii, 1 havo consented to iw-
come n candidate for representative of the
District in the Provincial Parliament.
I shall take an early opportunity of addressing
you all at tho various polling places, ol which
you wlll receive duo notice. My polHicnl haulier Is unfurled and on It you see omblaxoned lu
letters of gold, Rwrkskntation hy 1'uiti.a
tion, on Ski-a ration. '
Up follow Electors, and rally around tills
standard I I*t us nhakoolT the political shackles
that have bound down tho Mainland for yoars
and retarded its progress, Let us arise In full
strength and Independence nnd secure our Just
rights at tho polls.
I now ask you, gentlemen, one and all (or
your votes, confidence nnd support at the forthcoming election.
I remain
Yours faithfully,
dwuyltic ' ARTHUR M. HERRING.
FOB SALE.
V   Sale
danoto
AND     STOCK     RANCHES   FOR
O. II. ACKERMAN,
Now Westminster.
British Columbia Mills, Timber and Trading Company.
A GENERAL MEETING OF THE SHARE
holders of tho abovo Company will be held
on Monday, 16th June, prox., at 3 p.m. at
the Company's Ofllce, Hastings Saw Mill, Vancouver, for the election of Directors.
RICHARD H. ALEXANDER,
Provisional Secretary.
Vancouver, B.C., '..Oth -May, 1890.        dmySOtd
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.
DouglaB Street, two doors from Columbia St., New Westminster.        dfeltc
Douglas Street Nursery
— known business from Hr. Latham, I would
ask a continuance of the public patronage, and
call attention to my large assortment of
Window and Bedding Plants,
Roses in Pots, for house or garden,
Calla Lilies & Begonias (cheap)
Parties Intending to plant will please call and
Inspect before purchasing elsewhere.
0p* Botuiutts and Designs made to order.
8. G. TIDY.
daplBtc Douglas St. Nursery, New West.
AJE.W.
Have Just Received
Fresh Creamery and Roll Butter.  Extra Quality.
Also Fresh Groceries mid General Provisions.
Goods delivered to nny part of the city free.
Cor. Columbia and Douglas Sts.
dfeltc NEW WESTMINSTER.
WESTMINSTER
JNO. S. OOX,
Proprietor.
IMPORTER AND BREEDER OF FANCY
POULTRY and other PET STOCK, comprising: Light Brahmas, Partridge Cooh-
1ns, Plymouth Book, Blaek Bflnoroas,
White Created Blaok Poland.., Golden
Polanda, White Faced Blaek Spenlih,
Silver Pencilled Hamburg!, Houdana,
Blaok Bed Games, Pit (James, Kouen
Duoka, Rabbits.
TWENTY FIRST PRIZES awarded at last
Provincial Exhibition.
Fowls and Eggs in season, For particulars
address, JNO. S. COX,
dwmli20tu     London 8t., Now Westminster.
11 ill l!
East of Colonial Hotel,
Has just received a full lino of the latest designs In
Suitings A Fancy Worsteds,
And Is prepared to ma_o up clothes in any style
to suit 811 that favor him with their
patronage.
THE ONLY ARTISTIC CVTTER .(•
TAILOR IN THE CITY.
Jl Ml Solicited.    FIT GUARANTEED  OR NO
PAY. Prices reasonable.
 dleltc.	
ESTABLISHED   18B9.
DICKINSON k COM'Y
BUTCHERS,
Noarly Opposito Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
The Largest and Choicest Assortment
of all Descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to
Families, Restaurants, nnd Steamboats
at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRIOES.
ilfeltc
McPHEE BROS.
Shipwrights & Boat-builders
nr- BOATS FOR HIRE *n
New Westminster, B.C.
dmySOtc
tlpp. Oddfellows'Hall.
CoIiiiiiIiIh St.,   •   WeHtniinfiter.
Rates per day, fl and upward. Board and
lodging, per week, ft nnd upward, according In
room.
M-AI.S AT au Hours. Day ahp NmitT,
Served in flrst-class style.
dfo2S!c PHIL. II. SSII1.I. Manager.
BAKER BROS, k CO'Y
10 Chnpcl Walk, South fustic St.. Liverpool,
England.
,'t Hunk Buildings, Columbia Street, Now Went-
minster, lt. C.
Shipping and Commission
AGENTS, *
General  Wholesale   Merchants   and
Importers.
Any description of Goods imported lo order
aud   Custom   and   Ship limiting transacted.
1-fitcst Freight and Market Quotations,
dwfelto
W.H. VIANEN
-WHOLESALE-
Fish t&Qame
DEALER
>RONT ST., NEW WESTMINSTER.
f_P" Highest Price paid for l'urs and Deer
Hides,  Correspondence invited.
Telephone Cnll No. 0. dfeltc
Douglas Street Bakery!
J. F
Fresh Bread, Cakes, Pastry, Confectionery, etc., eto.
Hotel and Restaurant Trade Solicited.
Foot of Douglas, near Oolumbia St.
All orders promptly attended to and delivered to any part of the city free. dfelte
III Great Encllih Prescription.
_m. k ■uooeM-OJHedlolna used over A~_
£
M jtws In thousands ot cases. J
'CUM   Bpsrmatorrhta, _Y<
Wtahnesn, Xmiii"
" 'IsMUtao
id j\\ dirmaitoi caused bf abuw,'	
tiiMM] Indhcreilon, or owr-exertion, Urria]
\xp%okittMauaront««itoVursVD_tnsulothtrs
Fail, Ailt your Droitlrt for«••«•»t«f"»h
■"•♦rtHiM. uk* bo mibadtut*   One packag*
£[. Rli W,bir mall. Writ*
:urokm Ctatnaltal c.
hist. AddreM
•It, Mich,
I DICKINSON,
-PEALKIt IN-
WOOD,
Lime, Plaster, tent, etc., etc.
ORDERS TAKEN FOR
New Wellington Coal.
Oilln' opposite Canadian Pacific Navigation (Vh Wharf.
TELEPHONE CAIXH:-
OHice, 92; Residence, 71.
 dfelto 	
By IVivate Sale.—Bargains.
1IIAVR RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM
Mrs. A. M. JoitNuTONK.of Mud Bar, to dispose ot her Homestead, which consists of 212
acres of Land, good Dwelling Home, excellent
Barn and Staining for 40 head of stock, good
Dairy and on abundance ol Spring Water.
Tli« property is situated on the sunny side of
Mud Bay, tho land Is second to none anywhere,
nud parties wanting au investment for their
capital cannot do better than tnke a look nt
this before Investing elsewhere.
Stock and implement.'* run go with Ranch If
desired.
TKRHK-One-thlrd rush ; balance to suit purchaser, at 8 per cent, per annum.
ALSO FOR HAMS-TUB FOMQWlMfl:
Tho West Fractional Half of Section UO, Mud
Bay, bounded by the Nicomekl River and the
Sou—108 acres.
184 acres, adjoining Sections lit and 2S, Town
shin 4, very near N. W.
'. City.
The Ndrth-Weat corncrof section 58, adjoining
the Hustings Townslto-M acres.
Tlie North-West % of Section XL, Township 2,
100 acres, nil tirst-class land, 10 acres Improved
and sown to timothy pasture. Log house. Good
creek runs nlong lino of property, also the Johnstone Rond.  This Is an excellent ranch.
IM Ufil, Group L. Pitt Meadows; 80 acres
prairie; 70 acres high brush land. Half of the
prairie ran he ploughed, and is all hard land.
2 miles from Railway Station,
Stave River Stook and Dairy Ranch.
Tliis Ranch consists of S87 acres of land, being
sections 418) and 487, Townships 14 and 16.
This property is situated on tho stave River
with a frontage ou tho Frasor Elver, at which
point Iho C. P. R. Road passes through property.
Thero Is one large 'Jstorey Frame Dwelling
Houso, hard ilninhod, nearly now, worth $1,1500.
Tills Inelegantly situated on rising ground and
commands n view of the C. P. It., the Eraser
River aud tho surrounding neighborhood. Tlie
greater pnrt of the land Is Prairie, subject to
overflow, a good deal of tho high land has been
Improved and fenced, and thoro are a large
number of young Fruit Trees and the usual Out
Buildings in the way of Hams, Av. There is excellent Trout Fishing and Hunting ou premises
and anv party or Company seeking a Stoek,Farm
or Dairy Ranch could not bo better situated.
Coal croppings of unusual promise have boen
discovered on the Property. This is to be secured at a bargain, and further particulars can
be had of tlie undersigned or of Mr, Clement
Stlcknevat Whaniork station, who will show
any Intending purchaser over the same.
For further particulars apply to
T. J. TRAPP.
New Wert.
JV'Several ether Farms at I
otffi
LOOK!     LOOK!     LOOK!
Grand Clearance Sale
OF.
Commencing on Monday, 19th May.—For Two
Weeks Only.
As Mr. Rousseau is about to leave the City, the
whole etock muBt be sold nt prices to suit customers and some at less than cost.
We guarantee to sell goodH as above stated—at prices never before offered in New
Westminster.
LIST OF   PRICSS:
SELLING   REDUCED
.BICES.       I'KICK..
Ladies' Kid Boots ,2 2B %nb
"       Dongoln Kid Hoots  300 200
"         "      "       3 75 2 50
'.'       French Kid liutton Boots  5 50 4 00
"       Kusset Oxford Shoes  2 00 1 25
Old Ladies' Oxford Shoes  2 50 1 75
Misses' French Kid Shoes  2 00 1 50
Children's Button Boots    1 00 75
Men's Working Boots  1 75 1 25
"   Prime Kip (water tight)  ... 2 25 1 75
Boys' LaceB  150 100
Youths' "  l 25 00
Men's Fine Foot. Wear    3 00 2 26
Men's   "      "       "  4 50 2 50
lien's Button Boots  4 60 2 50
Men's French Dongoln  4 00 2 60
Men's Fine Tanned Laces  300 2D0
Men's Tanned Oxford Shoes  2 25 I 00
§0 The entire stock will bo sold at the above reduced prices.   Call early to
secure bargains.
ROUSSEAU & CO.,
(lu'inylOtc Columbia Street, New Westminster.
Cunningham Bros.
(.lEESS.-. 10 E, S, SCOULLAR t CO. 41 M, CUNNINGHAM i CO,)
 DEALERS IN	
HARDWARE
Stoves, Tinware, House Furnishing Goods, Plumbing Goods,
Brass Goods, &c.
Our stook of Hardware, General House Furnishings,
&c, will be found at Messrs. Scoullar & Co.'s Old Store, in the Scoullnr-Armstrong
Block.
Our stook of Plumbing Goods, including a most complete line of PUMPS, PIPE, PIPE FITTISGS, BRASS GOODS, &c, will be
found at our old stand, at the corner of Columbia A Begbie Streets; while
A full- line of, Stoves and Tinwure will be carried at
both Stores.
JB^-Orders for all kinds of TIN-WORK and REPAIRING may bo left at the
Brick Store, where they will receive prompt attention. fi^Ordera for PLUMBING and GALVANIZED IRON CORNICE WORK may beleft at our old stand.
dwmy20to CUNNINCHHM BROS.
Riddle & Johnston,
SHIP-SMITHS.
We beg to inform the Public that we are now
prepared to exeoute 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
Forgings.   Satisfaction guaranteed.
Works-First Door West of Merchants' Hotel,
dwmy21t(.
Columbia St., New Westminster.
c. Mcdonough,
LUNDBOM'S BUILDING, FRONT ST.
CONSTANTLY OX HAND AN-KXTK.VHIVE BTOCK  OK
DBY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAPS,
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, ETC.
Hen'e aud Itoy'i Suit*.    Great Variety of Houneholrt Article*.    Ainu, Grain, Seedi.
Potatoes. Lime nnd Genemt Store*.
S. B,—Farm Produce bought at market rales or sold on couamissiou,  Orders from lho Interior
promptly attonded to. dwfelto
CAST0RIA
for Infanta ind Children.
"OHMrt.ls.owdlK.ipted locUUmitL.il cmwto mrwjMIe, __P___
i_z^u__™_T,aai IssiBwaBgaSStai*
lUBft.Oiflortli.BmUrft.N.T.   IwitimtlDJariowB 	
TBI Cu-Him Ookpant, 77 Murray Street, N. Y.
LONDON MARKET.
FRONT STREET, NKW WESTMINSTER.
S.  MANAHAN,
DEALER in ALL KINDS of FRESH and SALT MEAT
HAMS, BACON, SAUSAGE, BOLOGNAS, ETO.
 ilfeltc ^^^
British: Columbia: Meat: Market
Columbia Street, New Wcstmi.-Hter.
Van :{: Vol ken burgh *Bros.
WHOLESALE AND KETAI. BUTCHERS.
MEAT PURVEYORS IN GENERAL.    FRESH AND CORNED MEATS
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Spooinl linos quoted for tlio shipnin).' tWldo.   Family order, strictly attended to,
Hotel, will llnd It to tliclr interest to pinto their order* with the nlmve llrm. THE  DAILY  COLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, MAY 28, 1890.
VOLUME Vm-No. 98.
THE DAILY COLUMBIAN
WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 28, MW.
New Advertisements This Day.
Wanted 	
Meeting	
Timber License
Notice	
 This Office
..Skins of England
 .J. R. Hall
 A. Teiins3e
LOCAL   AND  PROVINCIAL
To rent, 5-rooin House. A. M. Herring.
Office supplies and line stationery at
Lyal's. *tc
Pic-nic Baskets, Flower Baskets, etc.,
for sale at Lyal's. *tc
Banjos, Guitars, Violins, Organs,
Pianos, at Lyal's. *t«
Monev to loan. Apply to Armstrong,
Eckstein A Gaynor. dapStc
Six carloads of cattle arrived from tho
interior yesterday.
Milk Shake at the City Bakery, 10 cts
a glass.   Give it atrial. tttc
The cheapest millinery house in town
—Misses Beggs A Archibald, *t4
Wanted—Au engineer to run portable
engine. Apply at once.—F. G. Strickland A Go. *tc
Despite the threatening aspect for the
last, two days, very littlo rain lias fallen
and the storm which raged so llorcely to
the south seems to have passed us by.
Just arrived from the interior, a car
load of horses, well broken and suitable
for stage, hack and buggy purposes.
For sale cheap—applv to John (.iiinour,
nt the 0. P. N. wharf. *t8
Owing to the erection of new poles
for the Telephone Company, the service
will he slightly interrupted at times for
a few dayB. By the end of the week
the system will be in better condition
than ever. *tc
^jflPHpeeial inducements to subscribe
for both Daily and Weekly Columbian now. Daily to end of year (mailed), $4—regular price $8 per annum.
Weekly to end of year, $1—
regular price $2 per annum.
MeBBi's. Clow A Machire, architects,
are calling for tenders for the erection of
the Y. M. C. A. building, at the corner
of Church and Columbia streets. Tenders will be received up to noon of June
10th, and as the funds are now on hand
for carrying the work through to completion without financial hindrance, it
is probable the building will be in course
of erection within 30 days.
The Sons of England Benevolent Society will meet in the Temperance Hall
Columbia street, to-morrow night nt 8
o'clock for the purpose of electing officers for the present year. All members
and those intending to join the order
are invited to be present. The society
is already in a flourishing condition and
though only organized for a couple of
weeks has now a membership of nearly
100.
On Monday night tlio steamer North
Pacific had a terribly rough time of it
crossing from the bound to Victoria.
When sho reached that port her bulwarks had been carried away, her.bonts
aud lower deck-house stove in and smashed and any amount of glass fractured.
Tho passengers passed the night in the
cabin praying and vowing that if Providence lot them put foot on shore again
Providence could never tempt them off
it anymore.
The article in last night's issue regarding the blasting on the North Arm Koad.
receives direct corroboration this morning from the very perBon who should
know most about it, namely, Mr. Fraser.
What manner of man he iB can be seen
from his contribution to the morning
paper's vory spicy columns this morning ; and thoso who read may judge
whether the author of bucIi a production
is a safe person to have charge of dangerous explosives and liberty to use thom
around tlie dwellings of unoffending citizens.
The performance by McMahon'B great
circus thia afternoon was excellent
There was a very large attendance and
everyone in the immense tent was
thoroughly delighted. Tho show is
about; tlie beat thnt has ever come to
Westminster and contains many feats
that are really thrilling and astonishing.
The two gigantic elephnnts, Borneo nnd
Queen Jumbo, (the first aged 10 years
and weighing O.'OOO pounds, the other,
the female, aged 23 years and weighing
fl,800 pounds, caused the greatest amazement in alt who saw them and their
antics.       ________________
New Station...
The final draft of the Stationing Commute of the Methodist church conference iB as follows:
C. Bryant, president; J. H.White,
secretary.
Victoria District — Victoria (WeBley
Church)—C. Watson; O. Ladner left
without a station at his own request.
Victoria (North) —J. H. White; W.
Pollard superannuated. Chinese mission
—J. E. Gardner, under superintendent
of WeBley Church; Saanich and adjacent Islands—Joseph Hall; Maple Bay
and Salt Spring Island—A. E. Green.
Nanaimo Chinese mission—To be supplied under .the superintendent of Nanaimo. Wellington—C. H. M. Sutherland,
Comox—Robert J. Irwin. Nanaimo—
W. W. Baer. Indian tribes—One wanted,
Capo Mudge and lumber camps—One to
be sent. Chairman, Joseph Hall; financial secretary, J. H. White.
New Westminster District—New Westminster—E. Hobson, S. J, Thompson.
Chinese mission—To be supplied under
superintendent of New Westminster.
Vancouver — {Homer Street)—R. R.
Maitland. Vancouver (PrincesB Street)
—J. F. Betts. Chinese mission—Chan
Sing Kni under superintendent of Westminster, Richmond—J. A. Wood, Delta—JameB Calvert. Maple Ridge—C.
Bryant, President of Conference. Lang-
ly—W. D. Misener; one to be sent—under superintendent of AVestininster. Sumas nnd Chllllwhack—J. P. Bowell;
Cheam—J. P. Hicks, under superintendent of Sumns and Chilliwhack. Indian
tribes—C. M, Tate; Chairman, C. Bry
ant; Financial Secretary, J. F. Betts,
Kamloops District—Kamloops—T. W.
Hall. Nicola-J. W. Winslow. Clinton—M. J. Stovens. Salmon Arm—G
II. Morden, under * superintendent of
Revelstoke; Revelstoke and Donald-
James Tumor; Spallumcheen and Ok-
anagan—One wanted; Kootenay—One
to be sent. Cariboo—One wanted under
superintendent of Clinton, Chairman.
T. W. Hall; financial secretary, James
Turner.
Simpson—Port Simpson — Thomas
Crosby. ' Naas—D. Jennings. Bella
Bella—R. B. Beavis; Port Essingto
G. F. Hopkins; Queen Charlotte Islands—A. N. Miller. Kit-ze-gucla—W.
II. Pierce. Upper Skeena—J. C. Spencer, "Glad Tidings"—To be supplied by
chairman of district. Chairman, Thos.
Crosby; financial secretary, A. N. Miller.
Under the rules of th" Confoifonce
each minister must report for duty at
his new station during the second week
in June. Rev. J. II. White goes to Victoria, and his place will be filled by Rev.
E. RobBon and S. J. .Thompson. The
Chinese mission in this city will be urn
der the charge of Chan Sing Kai.
Columbia Kiver  Oaliiion.
An Astoria despatch says: Columbia
river fishermen still complain of the
light run of salmon. Larger llsh than
usual were brought in yestorday to some
cannorieB, one being* reported which
weighed 62 pounds. At Cutting's cannery, Wednesday, one-third of the boats
brought in half the total receipts of the
day. Tho average hns been llffeen to
tho lwat for the past three days. The
Sand Island traps are doing fairly well,
but few steel heads nro being caught.
Blue blacks are more plentiful, although
not in large numbers. At Elmores deliveries averaged IB fish per boat for tho
last four days, From the Chinook cannery reports indicate an increased catch,
. *- ♦—*—.—
Lacrosse Praotlve,
The lacrosse practice should be large
to-night, for the time is drawing close
when the Westminster men must tnke
tho field in opposition to a team which
has easily defeated the Victorias, aud is
thUB strengthened by the exnerionco of
a match. It is to bo hopco employers
will arrange to allow their men who are
lacroBse players to attend every practice
l-ctween now and tho date of tho match;
it is necessary to the proper efilcioncy of
the team, and Biirely all are patriot!.,
enough to assist in [.laving Westminster
at tho top of the list in every athletic
contest. A scratch match haB been arranged for Saturday afternoon, and
thoso wishing to take part in it, are requested to give their names tn the Hold
captain to-night.
A Chance for tlie Defeated.
Elections arc epidemic at present, iu
fact nothing but elections occupy the
public mind. The resignation of Alder
man Lyal has left a vacancy in the
Council wigwam which must be filled,
and the warrant for the election is now
out. Nominations will take place on
June 11th nnd voting, if any, on June
18th. Tho election is for Ward 4, and
chiefly concerns tho people of that precinct. So far there are no announced
candidates in the field, but when the
day comes thero will be lots of men
willing to fill tho breach. By the way,
would it not be an excellent idea to give
the vacancy to one of tho defeated candidates in the parliamentary elections?
There are so many hunters lu the political field that somo of them are certain to
bo distanced, consequently one at least
might bo given a little consolation and
u tfip in public honors by electing him
to the vacancy in tho Council.
 •—4—•	
Tlio OrphanM.
Three sisters of the order of "Our
Lady of Charity" have arrived in thifj
city to found a homo for tlie orphans.
In this home the girls and boys will receivo ah education to suit them for the
duties to be discharged iu tho household
and on the farm. In connection with
tho establishment there will be a Inun-
dry .where the citizens can havo washing done in a superior manner; and
there will be a workshop where the girls
with needles nud thread can do creucrnl
repairs. The orphan children "of nil
men shall have free admission to "the
home," because the members of the
order of "Our Lady of Charity" believe
in tho noble maxim of universal benevolence. Every rich man who meets thorn
on this mission of charity should rein em ber that a gift to tho poor is it loan
to tho Lord; nud that the giver, whllo
making a good Investment, gets a payment on account in the pleasure he enjoys assisting to provide a home for
orphans.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla,
school year after Saturday next, May
Slat, so that any desiring to be registered and to have a voice in the elections
next month for school trustees Bhould
not fail to call upon Mr. Warwick, Government agent, some time this week.
Qualification of School Trustees—Any
male or female householder or freeholder
in the school district of the full age of
21 years, and registered as a voter, may
be elected to serve as a trustee, provided
always that no clergyman of any denomination shall be eligible for the
position.
Nominations for one trustee in each of
the city wards will be mado ou Monday,
the 16th June next, and the poll (in any)
take place on the following dav.
The Oame* ut Victoria.
The Colonist gives the following interesting sketches of the lacrosse and
cricket matches played at the capital on
the 24th: Tho lacrosse match nt Beacon
Hill on Saturday morning brought together a very large audience, and although the game was frequently interrupted by unnecessary delays, through
tbo ball getting among the crowd, great
interest was manifested, especially by
those who witnessed Canada's national
game for tho firBt time. The Vancouver
team came down expecting defeat, and
they played tt fast and hard game to prevent it, and were very successful, inasmuch as they reversed their expectations and returned home covered .with
glory. Tho match was the first iu the
series for the championship of British
Columbia and a handsome trophy. Vancouver club played Simpbon, who is
now, and has men for somo time, a resident of Unolo Sam's domain, and in consequence not a resident of the province
Ueorge  Frauds Train** Trip.
Precisely at seven o'clock on Saturday
night, George Francis Train reached Tacoma and toed the brass plate in front
of the Ledger ofllce, the point from
which he started on March 18th, completing his journey round the world in
67 days, 13 hours,"2 minutes and 55 seconds. Train was accompanied by his
secretary, S. W. Wall, and when tho
train bearing the travelers entered the
Tacoma station, the crowd was so dense
thnt it was with difficulty the travelers
could make their way to the waiting carriages. Tho rear car in which Train
could be seen from the window was at
once surrounded by the multitude, all
eager for a closer glimpse.
Tram was clad entirely in white. Hat,
shirt, tie, trousers and shoes were ol
snowy whiteness, the only colored article of wearing apparel being hiB black
stockings, which showed above the tops
of his shoes, and a brilliant red snsh
knotted about his waist. A gorgeous
bouquet protruded from the upper left-
hand pocket of his coat, and tho top of a
red Turkish fez with a long tassel peeped from ono of the lower pockets. Tho
lint was a wonderfully and fearfully constructed affair which the Citizen purchased in China. It was two stories
high with a small cupola on ton and
with the inscription, "George Francis
Train around the world in sixty days,"
printed in black letters on the forward
end of the lower deck. The appearance
of the brain cover was such that a small
boy near the platform, couldn't
resist the temptation to sing
out, "Whero did you get thnt hat?''
Just before the train pulled out, Train
took a coral necklace from his pocket,
and tied it about a little one's neck.
"There, baby," he said, "is a present
for you all the way from Arabia. Keep
it in remembrance of your friend.'' The
run from Chehalis to Tacoma was one
continuous ovation to the traveller, who
divided tho honors with hia Now York
guests; Ho was Bomewhat disappointed
over his failure to secure a special over
the Northern Pacific, but wns much
plensod at the reception on the train and
nt tho depot.
Train says he is going around tho
world again iu October, starting again
at Tacoma. This time he proposes to
make the trip in 42}_ days. He lays out
his programme this way':
1 aconia io "Vtikolminn...  10'
Yokolmn...... Hoiik Kong    II
Hong KotlK to Singapore  U)
Singapore to Colombo  a
Colombo to Aden  4}_
Aden to Sue;.  -iw
Suez to Port Snid  }t.
1'ort Said to Brindlsi  S&2
nrindlsl io Southampton	
Sonllmmi)tnn to New York 	
New York to Tneoinn 	
PERSONAL.
Mr. W. 11. Ladner was in the city today prosecuting his canvass.
Hon. John Robson arrived in the City
this afternoon from Vancouver.
Mr. Amor tJeCosmos, president of the
Victoria, Saanich and Westminster
Railway, was in the city to-dav and gave
usacnll. He is visiting the Mainland
in the interests of tho railway.
POLICE COURT.
(lioforc ., 0, Ai kiii-on, Esq., 1'. U.)
This morning Jas. Guest forfeited his
♦5 hail by non-appearance to answer a
charge of having been drunk and incapable.
H. Voioncoat, for boing iu the same
interesting condition, paid 1(2.50 in a
fino and $1,50 in coBts, or soven days in
default,
Louis Whito, a colporteur or pedler,
stepped up to answer to a rather serious
charge. It cameout inevidence that he
had entered tho houso of Joseph, a Harrison River Indian, and pointed a loaded rovolver at that gentleman, stating
that ho wished to male love to Joseph's
klootchman. Joseph became so imbued
with antipathy to this proposal that ho
made up his mind to knock White down,
the thought and the act being simultaneous. When down Joseph divostod
Whito of three ringB and tho revolver. In
explanation of all this fuss White informed HIb Honor that ho had an American permit to carry tho revolver,
which ho kept for tho purpose of protecting himself from the attack of wild
animals on lonely roads. His Honor Informed the culprit that no American notions were wanted ovor kue, and sentenced him to one moaJLVfi imprisonment.       _______________________
ELECTION OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES.
Who Are to Vote anil  How   Voters are
Registered.
The following information respecting
elections for city school trusteos will ho
of interest to many of our readers:
Voters—Any householder or freeholder resident lu any ward of tho city six
months previous to the application to
resistor, and tbe wife of any such householder or freeholder, Bhall be entitled to
be registered; nnd nny person registered
as a voter shall be eligible to vote in the
ward for which he is registered.
Registration of Voters.—The register
of voters for this city is kept by the
Government agent, oIomkI for ihe present
for twenty-one days previous to the
match.   This is a violation of the n
rules
and does not spenk well for the Vancou-
veritcB being tho first to break them
The referee, Mr. A. McKenzie, of West
minster, and umpires B. Simpson, of
Montreal, and H. McGregor, of Westminster, being appointed, the game proceeded, with tlie result that Vancouver
defeated tho homo team by four goals
to one. Too much praise cannot bo
given to tho Vancouver team for the
way in which they worked together,
ana especially tho new players, who
played far better than Borne of the old
team, who were unavoidably absent.
The home play of tho visitors was as
near perfect as possible, under the circumstances, while their defence played
a strong game. The Victoria team played as though they were demoralized ami
could not gather themselves together.
With one or two exceptions the home
team did not play lacrosae as it should
be played.
In the first game the Vancouver
scored by a. ball thrown from behind the
flags, Cullin running out to knock it
past missed it and D. Smith struck it
down and through the flags, scoring
first game for the visitors. Time, ll
minutes.
In the Becond game frequent stoppages
occurred, and prevented an exhibition
of good lacrosse. Finally Simpson shot
on tho flags, and the umpire's hand
went up, giving the visitors the Becond
game. This game was disputed by the
homo team aud a score ot individuals
who were standing immediately behind
the flags, with the result that the umpire was removed, nnd Max. Mowat. of
WeBtminstor, requested to act. In tbe
third game the victoria boys seemed to
settle down a little, and after a few
minutes sharp play, scored the Ilrst
game by Sprinkling, m a straight overhand shot.
The fourth game was the best contested
of anv, and the ball travelled from one
end of the field to the other in quick time,
nnd some good chary, neat play was indulged in by both teams. Siirinkling
again made a good shot on the flags, and
aery of game went up, but was disallowed by the umpire. Discouraged and
disheartened, the boys again made a
desperate attempt, but the defence wus
equal to the occasion and the ball was
returned to the other end, where the
visitors made it very interesting for the
demoralized defence of the home team.
Several shots were made direct on the
flags, finally the ball passed the goal
from behind, and Cullin, the goal-keeper, stopped it about a foot in front and
it bounded back through tho fiagB, scor-
the third game for Vancouver. The
fifth and Inst qamo wns simply a repetition of the fourth and decided by a
splondid shot from Nicholls, and won
tne match for the Vancouverites,
The protest of tho Victoria team will
be considered by the Association iu u
short time, and if decided iu favor of
Victoria the match will have to be played over. The Vancouver team played
well throughout. The Victoria team
with tho exception of Sprinkling, Shed-
don, Blight and Charlie Cullin, played
a very poor game. The fact of having
no defence players the captain was obliged to take two of the home and place
thom on defence without any practice,
and as a natural consequence*were like
fish out of water. The Victoria team
are lacking on the defence, and if they
intend playing tho defence that played
on Saturday, give them lots of practice.
The material is there.
OBICKET,
For the first time since tho formation
of the club the homo team suffered a defeat at the hands of the visitors, the
score at the end of tho first innings being—Victoria, 128; New Westminster,
171. Tho latter wont first to the wickets,
and were there most of the day, it being
four in the afternoon before Victoria
went to the bat. Thoy succeeded in
putting together 115 runs, thus saving
the "follow-on" by threo runs. For
New Westminster Coulthard played a
fine innings, scoring 62; Wild nut together Sfl and Woods 18, For Victoria
Shaw's line hitting had much to do
witli pulling up tho score, he contributing 33. B. II. T. Drake and Maguiro's
steady play also helped very much to
this end. Tho bowling of the Victoria
club went to pieces, though Mr. Pooley
bowled steadily for along time. The
Westminster team is undoubtedly the
stronger of the two, their bowling being
vory good, especially that of Mr. Melius.
Their fielding also was very superior to
that of Victoria. The result of Saturday's match shows that iu future it will
be necessary for Victoria to spend more
timo in practice than they have boen in
the habit of doing. Westminster and
Vancouvor have strong teams this year,
and if Victoria intends to rotain hor
laurels as the best cricket team better
work Ib necessary.
When Bab; was sick, we gare her CflBtorla.
When she rvas a Child, she cried for Castorla.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castorifc
When the had Children, she gave them Castorla
WANTED.
ROOM AND BOARD. WITH USE OF PARLOH,
for gentleman nnd wife.  Will pay JUG per
inonlli. Address        "W," This Ofllce.
dm28l.i
NOTICE.
T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT MY WIFE
X   Martha Kabaln, having left my bed and
board, I will not be responsible for nny debts
contracted bv mv said wife.       A. TENASSE,
Mny 1st, lfl&O. dmy28inl
A MEETING WILL BE HELD ON THURSDAY EVENING NEXT, May 80th, nt 8
o'clock sharp, in Ihelcmpcranco Hnll. for the
purpose of elect Ing olilcerfl and committees of
ibis Society. All who have already joined and
nil Intending to Join nro requested to attend,
This Society has nn connection with the Sons of
St. George. dniyiat'-'
Tender* for LtaeiiHe  to Cut Timber on
Domini.... T.jtmU 111 the Province of
nritli.li   Columbia.
... undersigned, and marked "Tender for a
License to Cut Timber," will be received at tliis
Department,until noon, on Monday, the lit],
day of July-nest, for a license to cut timber on
the following described berth:
I'limmcnclng at a point on lho Wait-a-bit
Creek, a tributary of the Columbia River, in the
nbovo Province, two and one-half miles North
of tho Northern boundary of Township 29,
Range _!.., West ol the fith Meridian; thence
Northerly along the said creek nine miles, by a
depth of half a mile on the West side thereof,
and (wo und one-half miles on the Enst side
thereof, nnd containing nn area of 27 square
miles, moro or less.
The regulations under which a license will bo
issued, together with a sketch showing approximately the position ol the berth in question,
may bo obtained at this Department or at the
olllce of tlie Grown Timber Agent nt New Westminster.
Each lender must benecompanlcd by an accepted cheque on nchnrtercd Bank In favor oi
the Deputy of tlie Minister of the Interior, for
the amount of tho bonus which the applicant
is prepared to pny for the license.
No tender by telegraph will bo entertained.
JOHN R. HALL,
Secretary.
Department of tlie Interior,
Ottawa, uth May, 1890.
TO RENT.
SMALL FURNISHED COTTAGE.   APPLY
.  at this Ofllce. dmym'l
TO CONTRACTORS.
Wednesday, tho 38th lust., forthoeroe-
uuii of a two-story building, fronting Douglas
Streot, forB. Douglas, Esq.
Lowest or nny lender not necessarily accepted.
G. W. GRANT,
tlmyaid Architect.
TO THE ELEOTORS OF
New Westminster City
GENTLEMEN:—Owing to pressure of IiusIucsh
I feel ihat I cannot possibly give that timo and
attention lo Public iimtness thnt vour renre-
Honlatlvc should do, 1 therefore withdraw from
tha contest. 1 sincerely thnnk tho large number
of friends who have promised me their support
ami influence,'and perhaps in the near future I
will be in a position to servo yon.
I am, Gentlemen,
Your Obedient Servant,
K. S. SCOULLAR.
Mny 23nd, 1890. dmyiBte
POINGDESTRE & CO.,
Wholesale nud Retail
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Finest  Cigarettes,
Fancy Imported PIPES, POUCHES, CIGAKET. K
. CIGAIt CASES, SMOKING CAPS, ETC.
Choice English Smoking Tobaccos,
.Next l)nor  to  Woods .. Policy's Ileal
Estate Olllce,
COLUMBIA STREET,     NKW WESTMINSTER.
WESTMINSTER'S LEADING DRUGSTORE
it
imiiiuhviiii At    ,in||K|)||\
W(|ib«n« 57.    -iplil Bel! All<id«Mi.
SPONGES,
PROPOSALS
___. New Westminster linvingaequlred a Crown
Grant of n portion of tlio easterly ond of Lulu
Island, now known as Lot 7W, Group I, Now
Westminster District, In consideration of which
R hns given bonds to curry out certain works on
and iiiiout said lands, proposals nre hereby Invited for tho performance ot tiie aforesaid
works, which nre as follows:
1. To erect nud maintain a good aud substantial trnfllc bridgo, with draw, suitable for passengers and waggons, between said lauds nnd
thnt portion of tho City of New Westminster
which Is situate on the north hankof the Fraser
Itivcr, snid bridge to bo constructed In accordance with plans nnd spcelllentions approved of
by tho Chlut Commissioner of Lnnds nud Works;
2. To construct and keep In repair, to the
sQltsfnutton of fie Chief Commissioner of Ijiuds
nnd Works,a good nud substantial waggon road,
not less than twenty feet wide, from said bridge
through Lulu Hand to the boundary of the
Municipality of Richmond;
ii. To construct all ennuis, drains, (Incites, and
dykes necessary for draining the Government
Iteservo;
■I. All said works lo bo completed to Ihe satisfaction of Ibe Chief Commissioner of Lauds and
Works for thu time being.
Persons proposing to construct nnd maintain
tho works above sot out arc required to submit
plans and details of work thoy propose to do,
and state toll (if any) proposed lo be charged on
the bridge; also to stntc dato ou which they wlll
have the works completed; nud to Mate tho
least quantity of land ou said reserve they will
tako In full consideration of said undertakings,
and tho person wltoSO proposal Is accented (if
any) will bo required lo give security to the satisfaction of Iho Corporation for Ihe performance
of said undertaking, proposals Will be received
nt the City Clerk's Olllce, up to l p.m. on Monday the limb dny of June. 1890, nnd must stain
lho nature of thu security proposed to be given.
Tenders to be marked "Tonder for Lulu Island."
Tho lowest or any tender not necessarily ar-
ceptcd. 1). ROBSON,
City Olerk.
Now Westminster, Mny liith, 1800.       dmyiMUl
TOILET ARTICLES,
Climax Cough Cure
PHYSICIANS'
PRESCRIPTIONS
CAREFULLY
DISPENSED
Orders by Mall promptly attended to.
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B.C. PENITENTIARY.
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY TIIE
undersigned until 12 o'clock, noon, of
lVeiln«Hilny, .fune Uth, 1800, for supplying the Penitentiary, from .Inly 1st, 1890. to
IKJtli June, 1891, with tlio following artlolos:-
1. Coal, best, "Old Wellington," screened.
2. Conl, Anthracite, Ilnnft.
Jt. Salmon (red), fresh and salt,
■i. Groceries.
fi. Beef.
II. Hlankols, White, 1ft., per pair.
7. Flour, Ogllvle's, "SIrong Bakers."
s. Leather and landings for Shoo ShOpi detailed lists of which can he obtained on
application at tho Punltcntiarv.
». Drugs nnd Medicines.
Neither tlie lowest or any tendor necessarily
accepted.
Samples mny be seen and blank forms of tender obtained on application to the Accountant
at tho Penitentiary, between the hours of 9 a.m.
nnd fi p.m. dally.
No tender wlll be considered unless on these
blank forms.
Imperial weights and measures required,
All articles supplied to bo of the best quality.
ARTHUR H. McBRIDE.
Wnrden.
New Westminster. B. C,
Mny 19lh, 1800.
TENDERS.
rpKNDERS WILL  BE RECEIVED Up TO fi
1    li.ni. Wednesday, .!tu.«   4th, for the
erection of  brick nfllces ou Lome Htroot for
Messrs, Corbould, McColl A Jenns,
Plans and specifications may bo seen nt mv
office.
Lowest or nny lender not necessarily accepted.
RICHARD!'. SHARP,M.S.A.,
Architect,
Now Weitmlniter, sand Mny, lttw.     dmy32t&
See Ogle, Campbell & Co.'s
-STOCK OF-
SUMMER CLOTHING
FANCY FLANNEL & SILK SUMMER COATS.
BLACK ALPACA COATS.
LINEN COATS, Boys' and Men's.
SEERSUCKER COATS.
WHITE PIQUE VESTS.
FANCY FLANNEL VESTS.
FANCY SILK VESTS.
WHITE & FANCY FLANNEL & SILK SHIRTS,
And the largest stock of Outing Garments
in the City.
Another shipment of Boj-b' and Children's good,
serviceable, Grey Halifax Tweed Suits; aUo,
Blue Serge Suits, special value. ■
Soo our stock of Men's Summer Tweed
Suits, Straw Hats, &a, Ac
NEW SPRING GOODS
Just Opened by
Jas.EllardCo
Ogle,CampbelhCo
LEADING CLOTHIERS & OUTFITTERS.
Grant & Maclure's Old Stand, Columbia Street
New Westminster.
EE OUR LARG-E STOCK of House
Furnishings. Everything in Carpets, Curtains, Oil Cloths, Window
Blinds, Curtain Poles.
s:
Special line of CHENILLE CUKTAINS and
PORTIERRES, in new shades; just received.
Also-ART MUSLINS.
Another shipment of WOOL ond UNION
CARPETS just opened.
Our SHEETINGS, COTTONS and LINENS
were bought right; an immense stock ; lowest
prices.
Ogle,Campbelli Freeman
THE LEADINC DRY GOODS HOUSE,
Masonic  Blook.
dwto
Consisting of
Fine Printed Challi, All Wool De
laines, Brocaded Lustres, All Woo:
Cashmeres in new shades.
Fine French Sateens, Zephyrs in all
colors, All Over and Narrow Em
broideries to match.
New styles in
Art Muslin, Lace, Tunis, Lyonais<
and Morocco Curtains.
Fine Assortment In
New Table Linens, Side Board Cov
ers, Napkins, Toilet Covers, Quilts
and Counterpanes.
Also.
Parasols, Gloves, both Kid and Sill
in new shades.
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
AltM-rTIlONG BT.OOK, OOLUMBIA STREET.
Tolqilinno Call 18.
Goods delivered in any part of the city.
tUvtelt.
TELEPHONE NO. 83.
QUEEN'S HOTEL BLOOK.
T.K, MUIR & CO.
Chemists 6c Druggists,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
FINE TOILET SOAPS, BRUSHES, SACHET POWDERS,
SPONGES, COMBS, PERFUMES.
McLean & Morrison,
SUCCESSORS TO M. SINCLAIR.
Groceries,  Provisions,  Etc
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE a specialty,
PROMPT DELIVERY. TELEPHONE CALL llfl.
HOLBKOOK BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
New Spring Millinery
Trimmings, Feathers, Flowers, Etc.
dwfeltc
CLOBE  HOUSE.
NEW SPRING GOODS
We are now showing a complete line of
Ladies' Jackets, Lace and Jetted Visites,
Chenille Clouds, White and Colored Blouses,
Fancy Aprons, Lace Soarfs, Parasols,
Embroideries, and the latest Novelties in
Millinery, Ribbons, Feathers, and an elegant line i
Wreaths and Flowers.
An Immense Stock Just Received:
LADIES' KID WAUKENPHAST SHOES.
LAOED SHOES.
" "        LOW SHOES.
" "        ANKLE TIE SLIPPERS.
" COLORED LOW SHOES.
GENTS'   KID LOW SHOES, Narrow Toe.
"       LOW SHOES (Colored).
" WAUKENPHAST SHOES.
All *t tho Lowest Living Pricos.   Call early and inspect our Stock.
CORDON St CO.
dwmy7to Siqn of the Buffalo, Columbia St., N. W.
THE "PLANET JR."
Farm and Garden Tools
Combined Drill, Wheel Hoe, Cultivator,
Rake and Plow.
H FULL LINe   NOJn*  IN STOCK.
F. G. STRICKLAND & CO'Y.
FRONT STBEET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
COMMERCIAL PRINTING.
The Columbian Printino Establishment has first-class facilities
for all kinds of Commercial Printing. Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars,
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Forms of .every description, Posters, Dodgers,
Price Lists, *c. Prioes will be found as low as at any other ofliee where
flr-t-eUee work is doic.
^"Nowhere in New Westminster, wo care not under wh
pretext the goods are sold, can tho readers of The Cqi.umbu
find such genuine value as at the Globe IIousk.
awwi. Mrs. WM. RAE.
NHSKL     BML?VJ
For Catarrh and Cold in the Head.
Wholesale A. Retail Agenta :
D. S. CURTIS &CO., Druggist
ii.r,liUfnt>c7^..S«*Hi.eouei».    New Westminster, B. C.
dwfelto
W. & O, WOLFENDEN,
IN Till. BU8HBY BLOCK,
Have Re-Opened with an Entirely New Stook
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.
New Goods are arriving daily and when complete the stock j
compare favorably with any in the Province for quality
of goods and lowness of price.
All Goods Delivered to any Part of the City\
Telephone 07.   1*. O. Ho. '-32.
AU  BON   march:
SPECIAL   BARGAINS   IN
Dress Good
Having just opened out a fine line of Cashmer^
Henriettas, Serges, Silk Mixtures, Dress
Robes,   Seo., &c.
.m H. B. SHADWELL & CO. COLUMBIAN   SUPPLEMENT.
VOLUME VIII.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, MAY 28, 1890.
NUMBER 08.
TO THE ELECTORS
New Westminster  District,
GENTLEMEN:—In view ot tho near
approach of the election to fill the va-
cfiuoy caused by the death of our late
representative (the much-respected D.
Chisholm) and aB I have stated in my.
card to you that I am a candidate for
that honor, I will now lay before you
some of my views on the leading questions which I consider will arise in the
near future for consideration.
I have been asked what 1 mean when
I announce myself as a Liberal-Conservative; I reply, "That by naturo and
education I am a Conservative, but a
residence of over 80 years in this Province and much intercourse witli our
American cousins has had the effect of
changing many of my views, and given
me liberal ideas, therefore I claim I am
a Liberal-Conservative." Owing to the
fact that party lines are not dclmcd iu
British Columbia as tbey are in tbe older
provinces, 1 consider thut our representatives are not in duty bound to givo a
throiiijli-tliick-and-lhiii" support to any
party,-but they should go to Ottawa prepared to give a generous support to all
good measures which may be brought
before tbein, and to consider the prosperity of the Dominion as a whole, but
our own Province in particular, and
should a measure come before them
which they consider in any way detrimental to the interests of this Province
tbey should take their stand like true
men and vote against it.
I am opposed to a certain extent, to
the Tariff, or National Policy as applied
to British Columbia. We are a long
way from the centres of manufacture in
the East, and many articles of every-day
use to our Farmers and others, and
which we cannot produce at home can
he obtained more readily ami at shorter
notice from our near neighbors over tbe
line, and in many cases tlie articles are
better adapted to our needs than those
brought from tbe Eastern Provinces; in
fact, much of our Farming and Mining
Machinery, Wooden Ware and other articles are brought from the States, although tbe duties are so heavy. Again
regarding our food supply; wo do not
raise enough to supply our wants, aud
are obliged lo cross the border for it,
. and are met with such heavy duties
that beads of families in this Province
pay more than ten to one compared to
their compeers in Eastern Provinces.
We have had example to the point during the last three months. If we had
nut received a good supply from California tbere would havo been a meat
famine; as it is we are now nnd have
been paying 2ft cents per pound for mutton, which is more than ordinary mortals like lu pay, and the same state of
affairs is likely to obtain again after any
long and severe winter, for in spite of
"Protection" for the last eleven years
our stock raisers are littlo better prepared to meet hard winters than they
were before, and to my mind the only
ones who have reaped the benefit of the
N. P, are the manufacturers. As a true
Britisher 1 Bhould like to see "Free
Trade," but as that seems out of the
quostion,! would advocate "Reciprocity"
in many articles which are at present in the Tariff lists, as I think
it would be beneficial to both
countries, nnd tbo working man would
licit have tn go down so deep into his
pockets lo buy what he needs to eat and
wear. I ain aware the Government must
have a revenue to carry on tlie affairs of
thu country, bu. 1 would have "luxuries"
pay mure aud get at the pockets of tlie
richer classes who can better afford to
pay taxes.
Owing to tlio long continued sickness
of the late Mr. t'iiisholm, be was unable
to be in his place this session, and very
little during the previous one, so we of
this District have been practically Unrepresented, and our local wants havo
nut been brought before the notice of
the House. Had bo (Mr. Chisholm)
been hi his seat, 1 do not think the Post-
mnster-Ueiienil would have been left so
much in tbe dark concerning tbe necessity of regular mail facilities on tho
Lower Erasej as he seems to have heen
when he proposed to cut off the mail
subsidy from that important route, and
there arc other places in the District
which need better postal facilities, which
I consider should receive that gentleman's earliest attention.
1 hope that in the near future our
District will reach that point that we
may look for it to be divided and receive another representative. At present I think it is the largest constituency
in the Dominion, extending over 15(10
miles of territory, and when the census
returns are in I think the necessary
number of population will he found to
demand such additional representation.
The protection of the river banks at
Chilliwack, .Suunn', Burton's Prairie and
other places should receive my earnest
attention, also the works for improving
the channel at tho Haudheads, iu view
of the expected increase in our shipping
interests.
I consider the Province should have
control over all railway charters and
privileges within our borders.
Our Pishing interests, being of such
great importance to tliis District in particular, I feel should receive mure than
ordinary attention.
I would urge the culling of a canal
through the Delta lands from the mouth
of the Serpentine lo Eraser Kiver, also
lo enquire into the question of cutting
one from tiie Fraser Kiver lo Pore
Moody,, which has often been suggested
to me.
Immigration, I consider, should be
fostered,   and  encouraged   judiciously.
' Just at present it is coming here  fast
enough; I would not like to seo a large
influx pour in at once, as many would
he disappointed and go away disgusted
and probably give our glorious Province
a bad name.
Thero are many other matters I should
like to touch upon, but it would make
this address too long. I hope to see as
many as possible beforo the election,
when I shall be prepared to lay my views
more fully before them and answer any
questions. As soon as possible after tho
arrival of the writ I will arrange fen' a
personal canvass and will send duo notice of time and place of meetings.
During my long residence. in the Province I have travelled through much of
it, from Victoria to Cariboo, and have
noted its growth and requirements,
therofore, I fool fully competent to bring
such matters before the notice of tho
Houso in a practical, business-like manner.
Should I have the honor to be elected
I assure you I shall watch over tho interests of this District faithfully and 'to
the best of my ability, not forgetting
tbat I jilso go as a true British Columbian and to do my duty as such.
Yours faithfully,
WM. B. TOWNSEND.
BAPTIST CHURCH, Agnes Street, East of
Mury Street. Lord's Day .Services at 11
n. in. unil7 p. in. Sabbath School and lllble Class
nl 2.30 ]>, m.   All seals free; strangers cordially
wel.-mi.ort.—Iter. Thus, Hnldwln, pastor.
METHODIST Cill IU II, Mary Street. Kev,
.1. II. White, Pastor. Servians nt 11 n. in.
mid 7 p. in. Hiuidny School and Bible Class 1_:!I0
p.m. Prayer Meeting on Thursdays at 7:30 p.m.
Scats free; Btrnngera cordially,Invited.    .
CH1.KCH OF ENGLAND.—HOLY TRINITY CHURCH; Kcetor, The Bishop. S.
MAI.Y'SCHUIU.11; Hector, The Yen. Archdeacon Woods. Services In both churches every
dan. All seals Tree. Bolh churches open all
day for private prayer.	
I>UESltYTKIClAN CHURCH (ST. ANDREW'S), corner Carnarvon and Black-
wood Sts. Ilev. Thos. Scouler, pastor. Services
nl 11 a. in. ami 7 11. in.; Sunday School and Bible
ST. PAUL'S - REFORMED EPISCOPAL
CHURCH, John St. (opposite Orange Hull);
Kev. Thos. Iladdon, fi. D., Rector. Services
every Sunday nl ll fl. m. and 7 p.m. Sunday
School mul Ulblc Class nl :!•-.(. p. m. Thursdiiv
evening service nt 7:;:<). Seals nre; nil are eur-
■ ■   nulled. 	
 UE meet every Kridav evening at li
o'clock In the Foresters' Hnll.—A. I. Miciiik,
Ree.-Soe. dfo22mH
KOF  P.-ROYAL LODGE NO.li.   Regular
•    Meeting every  Tiiosdnv  evening  at  «
o'clock,  Oddfellows'  Hall.   Visiting Brethren
welcome.—S. (.!. Ttnv, K. ol' It. AS. 	
AO. F.-COUKT LORD DUFFERIN, NO,
• (l!.UI. The regular meetings of tho above
Court are held at the Foresters' Hnll, on the
Ilrst and third Wcdnesdav In ench month, tit M
p. m.—Jno. M'McnriiY, Scnr., 1'. C. It.
CALEDONIAN ST. ANDREW'S SOCIETY.—The regular meetings of thlsasso-
einHou are held on Iho last Tuesday ot each
month, at S o'cloek p. in. All Scotchmen ure
Invited to attend.—John Hutu, See.
:J^^P&-   6TER LODGE NO. 8.—The rcgn-
";oV,'.^'"' tar meetings of this Lodge are
held at the Oddfellows' Hall everv Friday evening al 8 o'elock. Visiting brethren eordiallv invited to attend.—T. TYI.KIt, Bee. Sec
UNION LODGE NO. 1), A. F.& A.M.
The regular meetings of  this Lodge
are heldI.In. the Masonic Temple on
V* the tlrst
ut 7:;ilJ o'clock p.
cordially invited
1(1.-1'. Uii
I)OAltD OF Tl_ADE.-ltoi.rd Kooin. Odd
i Fellows' Brick lllock (np-stnlrs). Council
meets Oil tin- flrsl Wednesday nt each umnlii. at
4 p. in. Quarterly meeting »u the ll'Jlid of !Vb.,
May, Aug., and Nov., nt 7:80 p. m, New n embers may be proposed and elected at any Quur-
Icrlv meeting.—H. Itonso.N^Scc.
W C. T. U.-Regular Meeting every Wod-
ti • ncsdny afternoon ut 3:30 o'clock, in tiie
Orange Unit, corncrof Itoynl Avenue uud John
Streets. The I.oynl Temperance Legion moots
nt the Mime place every V ridny afternoon at H.JMI
o'cloek; the Young Ladles' Committee Hie last
Thursday Afternoon iu each month; and the
Literary Temperance League, for grown-up
hoys, every Friday night from 7:311 lo H:30
o'clock.—M. A. Cunninihiaji, President; for.
Set;.—Mas. G. W. Giiant. duili-Jltc
REMOVAL    NOTICE!
W.A. DASHWOOD-JONES
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS CUSTOM*
ers that he lifts removed lo Douglas Street,
second door up the hill from tie I anights Sheet
Bnkery. dapllyl
EARLY CLOSING.
\\J\i TIIE UNDERSIGNED MACHINISTS,
Tl Blacksmith-* nud Foundrysmcn, agree to
close our respective places ef business at !l
o'cloek sharpen Sal urdny uflcrnonns during the
Summer months ou itnd after Saturday, Ilrd
Mny, 1890.
Thom. Ovenh,
ItoiiKitT Law,
It mi) A Ctntitii:,
SlTJ.I.IiY &   BltYSON,
Gko. Cunningham,
New Westminster. Mny 2nd, Mil).     dmy2ml
New Westminster District.
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THK
unilenneulioued tracts ol' laud, situate in
Sijuawiulslit itivcr Valley, New Westminster
Distriol,have been Mii'vcved.nnil thut plans of thu
SltineenilbO seen at the Lauds and Works Do-
niirlinetit, Victoria, nud at ihe oiliefl of Charles
Warwick, Esip, Assistant Commissioner. Av.,
New Westminster.
Township fiO.
Friicllonnl N, K. % Inietional N.W.',,, and
fractional.•<. ... '.,' oi Section I; Section 2: Section:!; IC.. nnd S. W.'.of Section IU; Section
Hi fractional.-:. ].; i •, Pactional S. W.'..'.and
fractional N. W,'., of Seel ton 12; W. ]a and S. K.
i .of Section 11; K. Untiil X. W.', of Seel ion 15;
.■..'..iindN. W.'i of Seel Ion 21: Seellou22; W.
'aofSeclloirJH; Seel ion 27: Section 2S; S. K. ifi
of Section 33 and Section 31.
Cluimnuts to any portion of these lands must
tile a statement oi the same with ihe Govern-
ment Agent no-the District within I wo months
from Ihe dule oi this notice, as provided bv section 111 of the "hmd Act" (Consolidated Statutes).
Illunk forms fordcclnratiou mny he obtained
at Ihe Government Agent's Olllce, New Westminster, nud nl tliis Depurtment.
F. (1. VERNON,
Chief Commissioner of Lnnds .v. Works.
NEWSPAPER   iSV.'TtR
_l-_-_U__U__U „_„,. :m   ]m„,tlv
ADVERTISING issA-itra
fii/ljuilliumv vertig0r8 |]l]m another publication ever issued. It gives the
name of every ■newspaper published, having u
circulation rilling in tlie American Newspaper
Directory of more than 25.000 copies ench Issue,
Willi Hie cost perline for advertising in Ihem.
A list of the best papers oi local circulation, in
every city and town oi more Hum .1,0110 population with prices bv the inch for one mouth.
Special Uvlsef daiiv. country, village nnd class
papers. Bargain oilers of value to small advertisers or those wishing io experiment judiciously wilh a small amount of money. Shows
conclusively "how to get the most service for
the money," etc., etc. Sent post pnid to nny Address for 30 cents. Address Gko. P. RnwBr.i.
A Co., Publishers und General Advertising
Agents. 10 Spruce Street, New York City.
'      dwapIOmfi
Land Registry Act.
In the matter of tho Title to l-32u<l pnrt
of the undivided half of Sub-division
D, of Lot 183, und of  Sub-division J,
of Lot 182, Group I, New Westminster
District.
YTTHEREAB theCortlfioato of Title of .lames
M     Young lo the above mentioned lieredila-
meuts hns been loHtordcstroyod.ftnd wliorcft8.ap-
plication hns heen made to me for the issuance
of a duplicate certilicate of title in its Stead: Notice in hereby given Hint such duplicate Certificate of UtltlwUl be issued at Hie expiration  of
one month from date unless in the meantime
valid objection to the contrary be made tome
in writing.
T, 0. TOWNLEY,
District Registrar.
Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, 28th April, 1.490.
 dap28ml	
TIME  TABLE.
Str. ROBERT DUNSMUIR
T EAVES WESTMINSTER EVERY MONDAY
\_j morning at « o'clock for Nanalmo, via Vancouver, returning Tuesday, via Vancouver.
I_caves Westminster every Wednesday at 7 a.m.
for Nmuiluio direct, connecting with Island
railway and Comox steumer.
Leaves Nanaimo for Vancouver on Thursdays
and Fridays and returns snmo days.
For freight or passage apply on ho
L. Bltuiiis, C. 1'. N. wharf.
W. R. AUSTIN'S
Parliamentary Election, 1890
To the Electors of New  Westminster District:
GENTLEMEN:—Having been requested by a
large number at electors of this Distriot to oiler
mysoll lis a candidate to represent you In the
House of Commons, to which request I have
muoh pleasure in complying, I beg to state thai
should you do me the honor to elect me as your
representative whilst giving the present Government my free and independent support, I would
do my utmost to favor the following amongst
the many measures thnl I consider would be
beneficial lo the Interests of this Province and
the Dominion at turge.
To urge the furl her improvements of the navigation of the Fraser nnd oilier rivers, the protection of their bunks, the Improvement of any
harbors In this District, and the construction of
canals where necessary for the purpose of
allowing farmers and otuers every facility to
reach murket.
To encourage Agriculture by protecting all
such articles as can be produced In this Province, and to lower duties on all that cannot,
and which are absolutely the necessaries of life,
and increase the tarliron luxuries so that the
consumer would be even taxed less than at present.
To Increase tho representation in proportion
to the wealth and importance of this District.
To increase and have adequate mall service to
nil portions of the Province nnd free letter delivery iu cities.
No diminution lu the Chinese Restriction
Act.
To have tbe Fishing Regulations amended to
meet ihe requirements of this Province.
To have a Drv-Doek const meted at some suitable point on the Mainland to meet the growing
demands of this District.
To urge the exchange of Lands in Peuee River
for the Lands in the Knllwav Belli
And that Mining Machinery be admitted free
of duty until such is manufactured in tbe Dominion.
To appoint cillclent Immigration agents In all
Important localities.
To urge the Dominion Uovormncnt to contribute lo make Bonds and Bridges through
Dominion lauds.
To urge liumeiliate aid In any measure lo prevent tho overflowing of Dominion hinds in this
Province uud io reclaim those subject to inundation.
Having heen a resident of this District for ovor
twenty yoars and knowing its requirements, 1
should be Inn position to advocate your Interests, nriil nlso my having had Ihe honor to be
your representative for the Inst four years in the
Provincial Legislature would place me lu n po-
stlton of knowing something of Legislative
rou line
1 hope to visit each polling station during the
cnnvnssnnd more fully explain my views ou
the various topics of tlie day, which   would   be
impossible to do in a short address.
1 have the honor to be,
Gentlemen,
Your obedient servant,
dwmyi;itc WM. H. LADNER,
FARM PRODUCE.
Hard-wood, Fir, Bark,
&ti., «Vc, &c.
liUVJ-   ORDERS  AND -ETTl'.E   ACCOUNTS
Al AUSTIN'S WHAM'.
tll-lt-
TO THE  ELECTORS
New Westminster District.
GENTLEMEN:—As i linvealrendv announced,
I beg to oiler myself as a candidate for the seat In
meant by the death of our
ud 1
.ofore
as
iolel
Central Hole
Con. Colombia A Douglas Sts.
JAMES CASH, -PROP.
RATES, $1.00 AX11 $1.50 PEE 1MY.
ACCORDING TO ROOM.
/JJ®".Sp.cial Kates by tlio Week or
Month, dfolto
To Smokers
IF  YOU  WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD  CIGAR
rof tho Government of Sir John Mm	
'CscrvhiKto myselt, of course, ihe right to
adependently should the ncllon of Ihe Govern in anv mutter seem projuillcal to our
csls.
1 would strongly urge immediate attention to
Hie Improvement of ihe Rivor where required,
for the protection of the rich agricultural lands
of the District, and if elected, I shall nt once
proceed to Ottawa nml leave no stone unturned
to secure tlio immediate appointment of a
competent engineer with n view to Hie prompt
undertaking of tliis most important work.
As you arc aware, the duty on certain kinds
of mining machinery lias been remitted in this
Province as n special concession to Hrlllsb Columbia on urn,.Hit of the special conditions obtaining here. 1 would strongly urge the further
application of this principle of special tariffnr-
r'liii.eiociils. soils to relieve consumers nf goods
which must be Imported, while preserving the
protection of our agricultural and other in.
teres Is.
The land laws of Ihe Dominion, having been
framed without close consideration of our requirements are in many points unsuitable, for
exnnude in Ihe conditions as to clearing. I
lo secure immediate reform In
oi i
« ■ i
Sill
Idh
mvbest eu
■lay roc tlio
of tills che
railways as
The noxt
an Increase
Distr
i In.
Thai oltti
most ofi
■ASK fOUTlll.—
British Lion-
Mainland 01
Henry Lee.
Thej are not onlv made of the CHOICEST
TOBACCO, hot (bey arc of iltiMK MANUFACTURE, and should be patronized by all good
citizens.
WM. TIETJEN,
SiAKUPACTOIlKll
II oil. rno It It u lid Ing, Columbia St.,
dwiuhlfitc New '.Vestmlnster
QUICKTIME
—-TO	
SAN FRANCISCO
Aud All  Points ill CALIFORNIA, via lho
SIT. SHASTA ROUTE Ol tho
Southern PacificComp'y
TheOreM Highway THROUGH CALIFORNIA
to All Points EAST and SOUTH.
THE SCENIC ROUTE OF THE PACIFIC COAST.
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
I'.tli.iiai. ToniNt sleepingC'ni'Hattached to
I.xpress Trains, affording superiorueeoiumu
dutions for HKCOND-C1.ASS PASSKNGl-UM.
For rules, tickets, sleeping car reservation
etc., cult upon or address
THOS. A. GRAHAM,
District Passenger Agent,
110South 10th HI., Tacoma, Wash
K. K BOGKRB, ABst.-Gon'. Freight r.nd Fasscti
ger Agent, l3.fn.Ai.iJ, On. die
ving been grunted to railways iu
ivlnees of the Dominion, I should
tit the claiins lo similar assistance
bin our own Province.
ity of New Westminster decide to
across the Frnser, I should use
vors to obtain a substantial sub-
irk, urging that an undertaking
nniciei' should rank with canals aud
. one entitled to national aid.
census will undoubtedly show such
aln lho wealth und population of this
will constitute an undeniable claim
jd representation in the Commons.
, if elected, 1 shall support to the nt'
• ability.
Although, with Hie growth nf Hie District.
the mall service has been improved and extended,it still lags far behind our requirements.
I should give special attention to this pnrt of
your representative's work; feeling thnt it is
one which is of vital importance.
I should urge Hie enactment of such fishery
regulations, especially iu Hie issuing of licences,
ns would, without anv injustice lo the canneries, the lniporinncenf wliii'h to (be prosperity of
the District all must recognize, fully protect
Ihe free lisherineu, and encourage the settlement amongst ns of the greatest possible number of thai industrious and hardyehiss of men.
All enactments and regulations for tho protection of white labor would receive my hearty
support.
Continued work towards the improvement of
Ihe harbors of New Westminster and Vancouver, and Hie cillclent lighting and buoying nf
tin- same, is a matter which would have my
ehi.osl attention at all times.
In a word. I should constantly urge upon the
Government the wisdom of a liberal policy in
public works In this District, the vast resources
of which make it certain that such a policy
would he amply JusHlied by results.
Trusting to have the opportunity of seeing
every elector before polling duy,
I am, Gentlemen,
Very sincerely yours,
dwmyUlo GORDON E. CORBOULD.
The Shuswap and Okanagon Railway Co.
NOTICIC IS 1IE1.R.1Y GIVEN THAT A
special general meeting of Hie shareholders of llic Company will be held at Ihe olllce of
the Coinpiinv. lu the Citv of Victoria, iu Die
Province of llrltlsh Columbia, on Math it hay,
tih;:ii8T day op May, lifliii. for tho purpose of
considering a resolution lo be submitted to the
shareholders, nud, if approved of by Ihem, of
nnssliigsuch resolution for the issue of bonds of
the Company for a sum not exceeding )'_!i.,000
per mile, In pursuance uf the provisions of ihe
Act of tbe I'arllnmeul of Canada Incorporating
the said Company, and for securing the bonds
to be so Issued by a lAortgUgO deed with such
powers, provisions,and stipulations nsnuiy be
described In the snid deed, nnd may lie approved
of hy llic shareholders; and also for Hie purpose
nf considering such other business iw may lie
brought before such meeting nf shareholders.
Dated at Victoria this ITtii dav of April, A. D.
1HH0. i\ LARKIN,
dnpastd president.
TO THE ELECTORS
Westminster Electoral District.
GENTLEMEN:—l beg to nnnounce myself as n
candidate for the position of one of your representatives In the Provincial Legislature.
I will lake an early opportunity of letting you
know my views on all matters affecting the.
District and Province in general by personally'
visiting tbe different districts.
LIVINGSTON THOMPSON.
Ifiiizic Prairie, 11. C.,irilh May.ltKIO. dwmylllle
Canadian Pacific Railway
PACIFIC DIVISION.
General Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
OWNERS AND MAS1KRS OF VESSELS AND
other Craft naviguting the Eraser River are
cautioned to keep within the lluoys painted Red
and White, respectively, at the Mission Bridge,
as during the construction oi the Hrldge, navigation liei.wi.oi. the banks of the River and the
Ituovs Is dangerous, owing to piled being driven
there. II. ABBOTT,
General Superintendent.
Vancouver, B.C., 7th May, 18811. ttmyHlc
ELECTION CARD.
At the request of a number of Eleotors
of the Distriot of New Westminster, I
have oonsented to become a candidate
for Representative cf the Distriot in the
House of Commons.
I shall take an early opportunity to
inform the Eleotors of my views on the
various questions with whioh as their
Representative in the Commons I
would be expected to deal.
WM. H. LADNER.
Ladner's Landing, April 28th, 181)0.   ftpl!8-dwtc
ELEiTIONlNN¥N¥lIM
At the request of a number of prominent residents of the District of New
Westminster I have consented to be-
oome a Candidate for the position of
Representative of the District in the
House of Commons,
I shall tako the earliest opportunity
to fully inform the electors of my views
upon all questions ntlecting the Distriot.
GORDON E. CORBOULD.
dwiipHto
Supply of School Furniture.
QEiVl-ED TENDERS WILt BE RECEIVED BY
O dm Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands nnd
Works, up lo noon of .Salui'dny, :i!st dnv of May
next, for .supplying the Educational Department
Willi school desks.
The desks must be of nn approved pattern,
with iron frames and hunlwood finish, in all respects fully up to the statu In rd of n sample desk
which may bo seen at this olllce. Preference
will bo given tn home manufaeture.all points of
merit being eqmil.
Tenders must give full particulars, nml must
stale the price for each desk and for each rear
seat delivered set Up ready for use In the school-
houses ut Victoria, Nniuiinto, Vancouver or New
Westminster, In. *uch quantities and at such
times OS may be ordered.
The lowest or any lender not necessarily accepted. W. S. GORE,
Burvcyor-Gcneinl.
Lands and Works Department,
Victoria, 11. C., 2fith March, ltiflo.       m1_a)m2
MAINLAND
Transfer,   Hack,  Livery,
Stage, Feed and Sale
Stables.
THE -UllKCUIll.ltS AHE  NOW   PKEi'AUED
TO TUKN OUT
Double and Single Rigs
At Special Low Rates.
Diujing and All Kinds of Teaming
Donu at Shortest Notice.
Duy Coiinwoon delivered to any part of Hi
City.
orders by Telephone will receive prompt attention.
£0- Stables nenrly opposite C. P. It. Depot,
Columbia St., New YVcslminster.
dfeltc GILLEY HROS., Props.
Jos. M. Wise,
 DRA1.BR IN	
COAL and WOOD
A Large Supply Constantly on Hand.
gj(rOi.l_.a loltut the office of Mess..'.
MiiUiers k Milligiui, Commission Mt ■
chants,;Frolic Streot, will have prom; :
attention. JOS. A. WISE.

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