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VOLUME VIII.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0, SATURDAY EVeSiNG, JUNE 8, 1890.
NUMBER 108.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
GENERAL *   HARDWARE
Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Wall Paper, Brushes, Tar,
1*1 tch, Oakum.   Door, and Windows at Factor; Prices.
Real : Eritate
T. J
Agent:
TRAPP,
and : General
Auctioneer,
COLUMBIA STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER,
dwlelto
REDBN WAI.XKK, M.D., I. It. C. P. <_ _.,
. Edinburgh. Offlco: Agnes St., opposite
City Hall. Ofliee hours: .toll a.m.; 2to,and
7 to $:80 p. m. '    dto
Across the Street
GEO. H.GRHNT
WILUAll  H. KINO,  Architect,   —
Knrliieer, kv.  Removed to Armstrong'
HAS MOVED HIS STOCK OF
BOOTS and SHOES
TO STORE DIRECTLY OPPOSITE HIS OLD ONE.
0. B. WOODS, Land Bi.kvi.yob
A. ii. GAMBLE, Nstakt fuiuc.
Woods, Turner &, Gamble,
^UND*SURVEYORS,k-
Real Estate, Insurance
FINANCIAL AGENTS and CONVEYANCERS.
Land Surveying in all Us branches accurately and promptly carried out.   City and
Bub. Lands for Sale.   We can show a complete list of desirable localities.
Farming lands, improved or unimproved, throughout the district.
Choice   Brownsville   Property for Sale.
MONEY TO LOAN ON FIRST MORTGAGE AT
CURRENT RATES OP INTEREST.
Agents for the following Insurance Companies:
Western of Toronto, -Etna, City of London, Hartford
and Travellers.
OFFICE—O.-ositk Post Office, Bank of B C. Biiildino, Colombia Stke..,
New Westmlnstor.   Telephone Call No. 42.   P. 0. Drawer 264,
dfelto
MAJOR & PEARSON,
Real Estate Brokers,
FINANCIAL * AND * INSURANCE * AGENTS.
Property for Sale in all parts of the City and Suburbs. We also have listed
■ome of the finest farming land In the Province. MONEY TO LOAN. HOUSES
TO RENT, Agenta for the Confederation Life Association of Toronto, th. London and Guarantee and Accident Co., Limited. General Agents for British Columbia for tho American Steam Boiler Insurnnce Co. of New York, and agents for
the Royal 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-Columbia Street, Bank of B. C. Block.
VANCOUVER-Cordova Street,
RAND BROS.
Real Estate Brokers
FINHNCIHL
Professional and Business Cards.
E,
M. N. WOODS. Barrfnter-at-Uw.
MeKcmle Street.
THORNTON PELL, Barrliter, Solicitor and
Notary Public. Masonic Mock, New Westminster, dwtc
TC.  ATKINSON,  Barrister,  Solicitor, Ac.
•   Offices: Masonic Building, New Wcr.tii.ln-
JB. CHBBRY (A. It. Trinity College, Dnb-
•   Un), Solicitor, ConnnlHsiiiner lor Affidavits,
Conveyancer, etc. dapattc
ARMSTRONG. ECKBTBIN A GAYNOR, Barristers, Solicitors, etc. Armstrong's Block,
New Westminster, B.C. - dwtc
CORBOULD, McCOLL A JENNS, Barristers,
Solicitors, etc. Offices: Masonic Buildings,
New Westminster, and Vancouver, B. C.   dwtc
A J. HOLMES, D, D. «., Surgeon Dentist.
• Graduate of the Ohio College of Dental
Surgery. Preservation of the natural teeth a
specialty. Gas administered tor patiilesx extraction. In office day and night over Bank of B,
C, Columbia St., New Westminster. B. 0.
  dWinyStc	
GW. ORANT,   Architect.    Office: Corner
•   Mary and Clarkson Sts., Now Westminster, dwtc
CLOW A  MACLURE,   Architects.    Offlce-
Room E, over Bank of B. C, Columbia St.,
Westminster dtc
Enrli.-....,
Block, Columbia St.
No. 2.
Sanitary
»B.,.u.bU tv ....IINtrOIJg'H
New Westminster—Boom
rA. KIRK, Dominion and Provincial Land
«   Surveyor.—Colonial Hotel.        daplTml
WTHIBAUDEAU,   Und   Surveyor   and
•    Draughtsman.    Ilainlcy   Block,   New
ALBERT 3, HILL (M. Can. Soc. C. K.), Civil
Engineer, Land Surveyor and Draughtsman.   HamleyBlock, New Westminster,   dwtc
TJ. TRAPP, Auctioneer and Appraiser.
• Columbia St., New Westminster. All
commissions will receive prompt and careful
attention. Beit references given when required;   dtc
G PITTENDRIGH, Real Kstnta Broker and
• County Court Agent, Commissioner, Notary Public, Ao. Rents collected. Offlce-Mt.-
Keiule St., Westminster, B. C. dtc
MINIS HcDOUGALL, Dress   Makers.   Columbia St., New Westminster U. C.   Satis-
taction guaranteed.  dto
MISI JENNINGS (Lata of England), Fashion-
abla Dress Maker. Corner of Church and
Columbia Sis., New Westminster. Satisfaction
guaranteed. dwtt
THOMAS GIFFORD, Watchmaker and Jew-
eller. Front St.. New WestmlnBter.  dwtc
WELSON, MERCHANT TAILOR, of  Port
•  Moody, will be in Westminster on the
first Wednesday of every month to take orders.
        [dnpStc]	
CHA8. MURRAY. House, Sign and Ornamental
Painting. Paper Hanging and Kalsominlng
a specialty, none but flrst-class men employed.
Shop, Clarkson St.; Residence, Lome St.   dwtc
ALEX. HAMILTON (B. C. MONUMENTAL
WorkB), Importer 4c Manufacturer of Marble
and Granite Monuments, Headstones, Tablets,
Ac., cor. Church A Columbia Sts,, New West-
minster, B. C. dwapHln
JTHURLBOURN, General Repairer, Mc-
• KensieBt. All kinds of Sewing Machines
repaired equal to new. Needles, Oil and Attachments. Locks nnd Keys fitted; Saws filed,
Ac, Ao. _________ dmhl7tc
TURNER, BEETON A CO., Merchants. Wharf
St., Victoria, Agents for North British and
Mercantile Insurance Co. for Mainland, II. C.
Beeton A Co., 86 Kfnsbury Circus, London,
E. 0. dtc
IMPERIAL
Fire Insurance Company
OF LONDON.
Capital,    -     -    £1,600,000 Stg.
-.ates as low as any other reliable Company
doing business In British Columbia.
W. J. ARMSTRONG,
dfelto Agent New West.
W.J.WALKER &CO.
THE DUELLO.
TELE. IIOXK C.U.I.;
Chartered Accountant!*,
City Auditors 1880-7-8-1),
Conveyancers,
Notaries Public*
REAL ESTATE
l.iititl,,,, tt I..li_n.lii,-„ Fir,. I„k>i._IU'_ to
.    mjw wjisTjrimii n
dwf.llc
Aii Exciting Revival of the Code by
Two Kentucky Drummers.—Revolvers at Twenty Paces.
A, CO.
Real   Estate,
INSURANCE
-AOT-
Financial  Agents,
Purchase, Sell and Lease
Property,
Collect Bents.
Make Loans on Mortgages
And transact all business relating to
REAL ESTATE.
—AGENTS FOR—
London Assuranoe Corporation,
Connecticut   Fire  Insurance Co.  of
Hartford,
London and Lancashire Life Assurance Co.,
Canton Insurance Office. Limited (Marine).
OFFICES!
Bushby Block, New Westminster.
41 Government Street, Victoria,
dwfeltc
Sir J. Macdonald, Sir J. Paunecforte
and Secretary Blaine Want Rowland, the Murderer, Pardoned,
The San Francisco Chronicle Cun*
nliiffly Advocates Union Between
Canada and the II. 8.
Sublimely llldlculous.
LouisVH.I.E, Ky., June 2.—-At 10:45
last night St. Louis cemetery, a place
notorious for being dark and gloomy,
was the scene of the first duel fought in
Kentucky for many long years. The
partieB to tlie affair of honor were Titos.
Overby, an advertising agent, who has
been here only a fow months, and Chas.
Sanders, a travelling man forau Evang-
villo clothing house. Sanders is engaged to be married to Miss Emma Hollar, a handsomo young lady of Evans-
villo, who is now visiting tliis city.
Upon coming to see the young lady,
Sanders discovered that Overby bad
supplanted him in her affections. A
quarrel was followed by a fight in which
Sanders was beaten. The men afterwards met at the Alexander Hotel and
resumed thu quarrel and finally decided
to settle the affair according to code.
Overby was represented by Frank Lut-
trel, a young man who lives in Indianapolis, while a travelling man
from Cincinnati named Harvey Thomas acted as second for Sanders,
accompanied by a medical student
named James White, who acted as surgeon, and a reporter of the Courier
Journal. The party secured a carnage
and drove to St. Louis cemetery in the
suburbs. The principals took position
armed with 32 calibre Smith A Wesson
revolvers, twenty paces apart. It was
too dark to see the men plainly except
at a tihnrt distance, but they both displayed ijru.it coolness. The seconds
took ■<' lcir respective positions, after
urriii! .'_■ that the firing should begin
when (lie uumbersone, two, three, had
been counted. As the last number was
called by the physician, who did the
counting, a blaze of fire flashed from
the muzzle.) of both pistols, and before
one could sec whether or not either
man was wounded, four more reports
rang out and Sanders staggered up to a
tombstone near him and supported himself. Dr. White hastily examined him
and found that one bullet had penetrated the right breast near the top of the
shoulder, while another had made a
slight flesh wound in the left ami; he
had fired two Bhots while Overby had
fired three, The man's wounds were
dressed as quickly as possible and he
was placed in the carriage and taken to
New Albany, Ind., where he took the
tlrst train for his home in Evansville.
The ot>or participants in the affair all
left the city. Sanders' wounds are not
considered fatal.
ELECTION^  CARD.
To the Electors of New Westminster City and District.
GENTLEMEN:—At the urgent request of a large number ol tho
Electors of the above Districts, I. luiya consented to become a Candidate, and request your support and patronage.
My political banner is uplifted, and on it will be seen, printed in
gold ■ letters, "Straw Hats—good coverings for massive craniums;
Men's Fancy Flannel Shirts; Balbriggau Underclothing; Summer
Coats and Vests; Linen Dusters; Pique and Fancy Vests; White nnd
Black Plug Hate;" all of which are vory 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 this standard, and down with monopolist*
and—high prices.
I am perfectly sure I can give you better value for your money
than any other candidate in the field.
Yours respectfully,
J. E. PHIU-IPS,
Columbia St., New 'Westminster.
CMH.i.n.it Tyhee, Delia Sockeye, Langleu Farmer please copy.
-AND	
Insurance Agents
CONVEVANCERS, ETC.
New Westminster, B.C.
Buy and Sell Real Estate,
Manage Estates for non-residents,
Make Investments for Clients,
Negotiate Loans,
Collect Rents,
Write Insurance.
AGENTS POR:
Commercial Union Insuranoe Co. of London.
Capital, $12,600,000; Loom paid, (60,000,000.
Acoident Insuranoe Co. of North Amerioa.
\y
S. T. Mackintosh & Co.
REAL:-: ESTATE:-: BROKERS
.Insurance and Financial Agents,
Conveyancers, Notaries, Etc.
Colonial Block, New Westminster, B. C.
Bag to be -Excused.
Sax Fbancisco, June 2.—The Chronicle this morning commenting ou a despatch from Ottawa stating that in view
of the large amount of smuggling along
the frontier from Montana and North
Dakota and the quantity of timber
stolen form the forests of Manitoba, the
Canadian Government has Ordered the
whole frontier from the Rocky Mountains to Manitoba to be patrolled by
mounted police, of whom, 800 will be
detailed, and that these patrols will also
prevent Canadian Indians from crossing
into the United States on horse-stealing
expeditions, says: "This will be a
pretty expensive force for Canada to
maintain, and when winter comes it
will be next to impossible for them to
do their duty. Probably the maintenance of this frontier patrol may operate
to hasten the union of Canada and the
United States. The Canadians ought to
be able in a short time to see the supreme folly of keeping a littlo army of
mounted men on the frontier when, by
the simplest of all methods the frontier
might be obliterated aud both countries
be under one flag and one government."
That Was Wiggins.
Ottawa, May 81.—Prof. Wiggins says
Italy may be shaken to its very centre
by an earthquake during the present
summer. The earthquake in Armenia
three days ago was caused, he says, by
the same force that shook up Queen
Charlotte Island. The planets are in
nearly the same position as they were in
A. D. 70, when Pompeii was overwhelmed by ashes and lava from Vesuvius.
Murderous Cobbler.
San Fbancisco, May 31.—Jas. Hynes,
a shoemaker, attempted to kill John
Douohue in the latter's butcher shop last
night; Hynes cut through Donohue's
coat, vest and undercothing with a shoemaker's knife.
Unknown.
San Fbancisco, May 81.—An unknown
man was brought to the hospital lust-
night. He died later in the night. The
only clue to his identity was some letters
found on his person, addressed to
Michael Morse.
The Heath of Heroes.
Fobt Worth, Texas, May 31.—Up to
noon only two deaths had resulted from
last night's Are. The deaths were caused by the jumping of men from the windows at Spring Palace after they had
saved many women and children.
Governor of Alabama.
Montgomery, Ala., May 31.—Shortly
before noon to-day, Jones, of Montgomery, was nominated for Governor on
the thirty-fourth. All the anti-Kolb
men united on him.
OFFER FOR SALE :
Choice Business and Residence Property in the Oity and Suburbs.
Some fine pieces of Acreage just outside city limits.
Building Lots and Acreage in Sapperton and Brownsville.
Farming Lands, Improved and Unimproved, in all
parts of the District.
A Sad Affair.
Globb, June 2.—A distressing accident happened at Wheatflelds, twelve
miles north of Globe, shortly after noon
yesterday, resulting in the death ,<j>f
Jerry Ryan, sheriff of Gila County, qjid:
Miss Mary Frush. They were members of a picnicking party from Globe.
Miss Frush and Addison Simmonds
went boating on the Lake in a frail craft
which capsized. Sheriff Ryan and W.
Middleton went to tho rescue and Ryan
reached Mibb Frush, but got entangled
in tho weeds and both were drowned.
Middleton tried hard to save them, but
was himself pulled under, and reached
shore exhausted. Simmonds clung to
the boat until rescued. The bodies
wero recovered after being in the water
half an hour aud were brought to
Globe. Ryan Ib the third sheriff of Gila
county who hus met death while in
office.       	
The Aftermath.
San Fbancisco, June 2.—The funerals
of Mrs. Bryan O'Connor, Martin Kelly
and the Kearns sisters, all victims of
the railroad accident nt Oakland on
Friday laat, took place this morning and
were largely attended.
Among the Heathea.
Providence, R. I., June 2.—The first
day of the enforcement of the Sunday
law, resulted in the closing yesterday of
all baker shops, groceries, meat shops,
news and cigar stands.
Pert I mid Wins.
Portland, Or., Juno 2.—The baseball
match—Spokanes vs. Portlands resulted
in a score of 7 to 6 in favor of the Portlands.	
Arctic Encroachment)..
New Yobk, June 2.—The schooner
Hindoo, which arrived to-day from Hull,
reports that on May 27 in lat. 40.60
miiis., and long. GO, 28, she passed an
iceberg 170 feet high and about 150 feet
long. This berg is in a lower latitude
than any heretofore reported; it is south
of what is given by hydrographlc oflieers as a safe steamer route on the last
pilot chart. An idea of how far south
ice in the north Atlantic extends can be
gleaned by considering that this great
mass of ice was in about the latitude of
New York.	
Tlie Press and  Citizens are   Right.
Helena, Mont., June, 2.—The Board
of Pardons has refused to endorse Governor Toole's pardon for John A. Row
laud. Rowland, who is a member of a
distinguished Quebec family came to
Butte six years ago. In April, 1888, while
engaged in a drunken row In a saloon
with the barkeeper, he fired at him and
killed Joseph Bussiero, a bystander;
Rowland was tried for the murder, con-
vtcted and sentenced to the penitentiary
for life. Sir John A. Macdonald of Quebec and Sir Julian Paunceforte the
British minister have been active in
securing pardon for him and Secretary
Blaine asked for pardon as an act of international courtesy. The press and
citizens of Butte vigorously opposed this
because is was a most brutal murder,
It is said the case will now be carried to
President Harrison.
COBRESPONDENCE.
SYMPATHIZING AND  POUTS.
PERSONAL.
KmTou(Cui.LrMHi.\N--)SV.': We wish to
say _ few teympathieing words to our
friend who got left one morning in coming to Westminster on tlio Fairy Queen,
We feel sorry for him; he needs sympathy, for ho felt badly. He says the
people arc restricted by water as well as
boland, and wished tlie captain of the
Fairy Queen to inform him on what
days lie intended running between the
I forth Arm and Westminster. Ihe
captain of the Fairy Queen take.1- great
pleasure in informing his friend that lie
will, as usual, run daily trips (Sundays
excepted) between the North Arm and,     ,   ,     ,    , ,  . ,   ,.
Westminster.   Also some Saturdays our ■■    ,,udB° l/ndco, accompanied by his lady
friend muy come  up  to  Westminster! >r'»»f "P "om the capital this morning
twice, should we feel so disposed, ns we ' °" tll° J'0l|ise.
frequently make two tripB on that day,     Messrs. Rawlingson and Green, two
Mr. li. Tuthell, of Toronto, is stopping ut the Colonial, •
Mr. J. A. Black, of San Francisco, is a ,
guest at the Colonial. __
Mr. and Mrs. T.; F. 'Sinclair, -of Victoria, are in the city.
Mr. L. Guichon, of Guiehon's Landing,
was in the city to-day.
Mr, A. W. Vowellj of Victoria is registered at tbe Colonial.
Mr. and Mrs. Sotherby came up to-day
on the Louise and are visiting friends in
tlio city.
Mrs. T. li. Mclnnes returned from
Vancouver this afternoon by the 2:.JJO
o'elock train.
that is providing lie gets around in lii
and keeps wideawake, as we feel o
friend is much in need of doing.
Kindly thanking you, Mr. Lditor, :
your very valuable "space,
1 remain,
O. S. Yoc.vti,
Captain of Steamer Fairy Queen.
The J'rhici-tiU r.oi.lHo.
The str. Princess Louise arrived thi..
morning from Victoria with it heavy
cargo of gonoral merchandise and tho j ill tor
following.paSBongersi: Mr. and Mrs. T.
F. Sinclair, Mr. and Mrs. London, Mr.
and Mrs. laulkncr, Mr. and Mrs. I far-
lock, Judge and Mrs. Drake, I). Drysdale,
D. J. Munn, A. F. Fraser, S. R'cidj A.
AV. Vowoll, T. Ellico, W. Savorv, S.
Wooley, T. H. Miller, M. Todd, ,). A.
Black, F. Fell and family, A, H. Wood,
W. Neuer, T. Bradbury, J. Merchant, A;
Grav.J.  Palfln,  W.   Heading,  W. ii
prosperous Langley funnel's, are registered at the Queen's.
Mr. W.H. Ladner returned from the
landing this morning and seems full of
business of a political kind.
Mr. John Kirkland took a run up today. He is looking well and ready for
the political fray next week.
Mr. T. IL Miller, of Detroit, Mich., is
in the Province on a business and pleasure trip and is at present in this city.
Mr. John S. Clute, jr., who has been
some time, is progressing very
though still confined to .his
Jumped Off a MoTlng Train.
Lapeer, Mich., May 31,—Two brothers named Raymond, living at Attica,
were found dead beside the Chicago and
Grand Trunk track at that place this
morning. Both were terribly mutilated,
Itis supposed that they got on the train
at Imlay City last night, and as it did
not stop at Attica, they jumped off
there.        __	
The -Engineer   Safe,
deb Cheek, Cal., May ill.—Sam
Dunn, the engineer of the train wrecked
at Oakland yesterday, lives hero with
his family. It is reported that he was
not hurt. He is said to be, in San Francisco.
Slaughter of Railroad Men.
Washington, May 31.—The national
convention of state railroad commission-
el's met to-day. Chairman Cooley, of
the interstate commerce commission,
presided. The report of the committee
on legislation said the lack of uniformity in railway legislation was due first
to the want of harmony between congress and the state legislatures; second,
to want of harmony in the legislation of
the different states. The report recommended that the main features of the
interstate commerce law be made part
of the laws of the different states, and
that laws be enacted by congress securing uniformity iu tho various details of
railroad equipment and management,
with n view to greater safety. A public
statement compiled by the interstate
commerce commission showed that during the year ending June 30, 1880,
there were killed on the railroads of the
United States 5,823 people and 26,309
injured. Of the number killed, 1,072
were employees, 310 passengers and
3,541 denominated "other persons;" of
the injured, 20,028 were employees,
2,140 passengers and 4,135 other persons.
The number of railroad employees in
the United States was given as 704,730.
Ladner, Mr. and Miss Calhoun, T
Tingley, J. Kirkland, Mr. and Miss
Sotherby, M. Antoinc. The Louise is
on in place of the Yosemite, which has
beeu chartered to tako the Indian excursion from Vancouver to Sechelt and
return.
The Spring  Ducket.
Tho docket for the spring assize which
begins on Wednesday next is us follows :
Regina is. Sam, Jim, Annie, Crazy
Annie, Indians, for the murder of Sunbury nt Vancouver; defended by MessrR.
Mcfoe & Blaks.
Regina vs. Lakinitze, for murder at
Cape Mudge; defended by A. K. Beck.
Regina vs. Wilson, for larceny at Vancouver ; undefended.
Regina vs. Bradley, for prison breach;
undefended.
Alex. Houston,  murder, undefended.
In all the cases Mr. A, St. G. Hum-
mersley will act for the crown.
The Sunbury murder ease will come
before Chief Justice McCrelght while
the others in the docket will come before
Chief Justice Sir M. B. Begbie, who will
arrive from Victoria on Wednesday
morning.
COUNTY   COURT.
The County Court, which will be held
to-morrow morning, has the following
cases on the list: Johnson vs. Corporation of Surrey, Spring vs. Alexander et
al, two suits; Atkinson vs. Feller, Freeman A: Co., Kong Tee Chung vs, Sinclair, Wise vs. Cunningham, Andrews
vs. Leamy, Hurling vs. Tiermiy, Bole
vs. Gibson etal, Walworth vs. Gordon,
Morton vs. Lemon A Bradshnw, Lee
Coy vs. Raaure, Sliadwell vs. D. Mc-
Hurphy, Shadwell vs. R. McMurpby,
fhadwellvs. Brown, Hall vs. Murray,
-Read vs. McMurpby, Phillips vs. McMurpby, Kirk vs. Anderson, McLaren
vs. Blake, Ryan vs. Wintemute, Bole vs.
Tooks, Bole vs. Noon, Cook vs. Lucas,
Putmun vs. Faulkner, Head vs. Herring,
Read vs. Mrs. Herring, Dickinson vs.
Herring, Tolmie vs. Terhune, Peebles
vs. Gordon, Purdv vs. Strickland, Beggs
A lleaid vs. Miller, Dickinson vs. Scott,
Dickinson vs. Scott. Dickinson vs. McDonald, Cunningham vs. Patterson,
Leiser vs. Burr, LeiBor vs. Herring,
Leiser vs. Connor, Gill vs. Eastman, Gill vs. Woods. The majority of
the cases have been settled out of court.
orably
j room.
! Mr. Delaware Shiles, son of Alderman
j Shiles. returned home yesterday after
I several months absence'in the eastern
■ states.
Mr. C. Warwick, the Government
i agent, hits gone up the line as far as
; Agassi:., to arrange election matters.
: Ho returns on Wednesday.
The Rev. Mr. Schoficld went up to
Chilliwack on Saturday last to act as
substitute for the Rev. Baugh-Allen who
is lying seriously ill with typhoid fever.
Mr. J. H. Mackenzie, of Toronto,
brother to Mr. W. G. Mackenzie, of this
city, arrived to-day by the Pacific express nnd is registered at the Colonial.
Mr. F. R, Glover, city editor of The
Columbian, went up to Chilliwack this
morning, in company with the District
candidates and will accompany them on
thoir election tour round the District.
POLITICAL NOTES.
The candidates nominated in Esquimalt aro Hans Helgesen,
anclD. W. Higgins.   Mr. Helge
1__T Any information regarding British Columbia will be
furnished upon application, either personally or by letter, at any
of their offices.
RHND BROS.
OFFIOES.
NKW WESTMINSTER.
VANCOUVER (Cor. Abbott & Cordova f)t». ami Oranyille St.)
LONDON, En«. (107 Cannon St.) awhile
Call and Examine Our Lists.
Blaine, B. C,
On the Lino of the Westminster
J Southern R. B., adjoining Maim
Wash., and in the centre of a beautiful and extensive farming country,
offers a splendid field for investment. Over BOO Lots sold during the
past three months, Prices will bo increased in a few day_. Get in
before the rise and secure a bargain,
S. T. MACKINTOSH & CO,
AGENTS.
Colonial Hook, Now Wootmlnotor, B. C. d«pl«t«
A OrsRt Siberian.Railway,
Nkw Yohk, Juno 2.—The World's
cable from St. Petersburg says: General Butterfield Iiub been in St. Petersburg for some days. He is acting as the
representative of a syndicate of American capitalists who wish to enter into
negotiations with the Russian government in regard to the building of a great
Siberian railroad from European Russia to the Pacific ocean. General Butter-
field has had several interviews with
General AnnenkofT, builder of the trans-
Asiatic road which now runs beyond
Merv and though the press and many
officials aro opposed to tho idea of a
road being built by foreign capital
the Czar himself is said to be
favorable to it. Aiinunkoff is noon to
visit Paris and it is suid that he will also
go to the United States on a mission
connected with tho projected railroad.
The English newspapers aro at present
engaged in pooh poohiug the scheme,
but there is no doubt that if the  rail
road Is ouco built acroBs from the Oural
mountains to the Pacific the development
uud prosperity of Siberia and Northern
Central Asia will he immensely advanced.
Supplies for tha Indians.
Washinoton, May 31.—The government is just now letting its contracts for
supplies for Indians on the reservations
for the coming year. It is a big job, involving the expenditure of many millions of dollars. Large sums are, of
course, to be expended at the Indian
schools of the various places throughout
the east, and in some Instances the material purchased is iu open market, but
the greater proportion of the cost goes
for supplies, rations, agricultural implements, blankets and the like, for the
reservations. After two or three davs
devoted to tho examination of bids, the
contracts were to-day awarded for the
beef, which under the law and treaties
Is to be divided among the Indians iu
the coming year, Tho total grosa quantity purchased is 34,505,000 pounds, at
an aggregate cost of $880,031, lor the rate
of $2.57>ii per 100 ll'B. on the hoof. This
is an increase over the average price of
last year by 8}ii per cent. The increase
is due not to the high price in the market fur beef on the hoof, but to the additional condition imposed on purchasers by the government iu an effort
to protect the Indian from getting
swindled out of a part of his treaty
rights.      	
The Oakland Smash-Up.
Oakland, Cal., May Sl.-Tho first report heard this morning was that 3
more bodies had been recovered from
the estuary, but the morgue officers
promptly announced that there was no
truth iu the story. Mingled with the
comment, to-day there is a good deal of
criticism of the company, ana it is said
that it should maintain a better warning signal than a simple red Hag, and
that a similar accident nearly happened
a while ago because the wind blew the
fiaglii such a direction that the engineer
could nee only the stick and not tho flag.
The engineer and firemen have not yet
beon found, but there seems to be some
cause to believe the charge that the engineer was drunk is trtie. Many railroad train men contradict the statement
that Engineer Dunn was a drinking
man. He had been an engineer for
years uud was considered an experienced
employee The opinion that seems to
be generally held hy railroad men is
that Dunn saw that the bridge was open
aud was quite well awaro of the danger,
but calculated tbat tho draw would be
closed by the time he got there. It
seems that engineers have been in the
habit of doing this, only they calculated
their speed and distance lietter than
Dunn did.
Westmlnstor Kowli'ifr Oluli,
The meeting of the Westminster
Rowing Club on Saturday night in the
City Hall was not, as far as numbers
go, a success. About twelve boating
enthusiasts occupied the vacant chairs
of the worthy aldermen, and the adjacent benches, and Mayor Brown kindly
consented to act ns chairman. Mr. L.
P. Eckstein, secretary of the Club, read
the report of the committee appointed
to enquire regarding pricos of boats and
probable expenditures, also a number
of communications from City boat-builders und the captains of clubs in the
neighboring cities. Mr. F. G. Walker,
who was present, said from appearances
itseemedasif the club were boing got
up for the purpose of buying a bout and
boat-house for four oarsmen to
practice racing, and he did not
think the public of Westminster would
support an institution of that kind.
Thero ought to ho a considerable number of pleasure boats for the ordinary
members of the club, besides the racing
craft for those who wore training for
races. He did not think it possible to
start and maintain a boating club iu
this city under any othor conditions.
People were not going lo pay tlieir
money merely to see four oarsmen practicing in a shell; they wanted to row
themselves and get some exercise, recreation and general benefit out of the
club. Tho chairman was also of opinion
tbat tho chili would have to bo popular-
ised by the addition of a number
pleasure boats before it could he
to pay its own way. Mr. 0. K.
ley    explained     that     there
ef
made
Tow n-
10 vol'
:my-
hiid hmm any intention to do
thing else; the racing part
the club would bean adjunct and was
a usual feature in all rowing clubs,
and although it might appear to boa
littlo expensive at first would be of
great benefit to tho club in every way.
Westminster should be represented on
tho water and at thu provincial regattas
by hmm fide amateur oarsmen. The
celebrity which tho four would bring
upon the club would servo to popularise
it and induce people to join who would
have nothing to do with a more boating
institution. Other gentlemen argued
on tlie same line. Mr. Eckstein proposed appointing a committee to go
..round and solicit subscriptions from
the citizens. A committeo wub accordingly appointed as follows: Messrs, Port,
Sloan, Thompson, McKenzle and Clinton. The chairman proposed that the
committeo should make tho tormB fifty
cents entrance feo aud $10 per annum:
the fifty centB to be paid at once and
tho $10 at somo future time. With 50
. ubscribers the chairman thought this
would put the club on a paylug basis at
once. This proposition waa objected to
on tho ground that mnuy would be ready
enough lo pay tho fifty rents, but when
it came to tbo *)U) it would ho another
tiling. The committeo will, however,
intoiviow the public and lay before
thom a well-matured scheme that will
no doubt meet with the public's approval. The mooting dispersed shortly after
nine o'clock to moot again this'week.
He i'(.iin<i.  Compl«hi,
San Fiiancisco, June 2.—A. S. Mcn-
imu
Pooley
„   in, the
opposition candidate, has excellent
prospects for election. The farmers and
resident electors will givo him a gener-
oua support. The voter's list contains
the names of about 150 absentees and
dead men, and it ia difficult to form an
estimate of the voting strength of the
several candidates; but this fact is generally admitted, Mr. Higgins' former
majority is at present absent from the
country, They were railway and dry-
dock employee's.—Times of Saturday.
All of tbe District candidates, with
the exception of Hon. John Robson,
that is, eight of thom, to wit, Messrs.
Kitchen, Punch, Sword, Kirkland, Henderson, Capt. Thompson, Herring and
Sinclair, loft this morning, from this
city and various places along the river,
fnr Chilliwack, their first place of ren-
lozvous oit.their ton days' tour of the
District. A public meeting was to be
held at Ccntroville on the arrival of the
steamer there, and another meeting at
gumas this evening at 8 o'clock. A
pecial correspondent of The Columbian
ccompanies the expedition so that our
eaders will be kept informed of its progress and doings.
By a special notice in the local columns it will be seen tbat Mr. Brown'B
big meeting will tako place to-morrow
(Tuesday) evening, in tiie Opera House.
Mr. Cunningham is invited to bo present, and will, of course, have an opportunity to speak after Mr. Brown. This
will lie Mr, Brown's first opportunity to
address a mooting of his own since the
opening of tho campaign. He may,
therefore be expected to touch upon all
the principal phases of tho provincial
political situation. Politics is tho engrossing subject just now, and nn overflowing meeting may be expected.
Mayor Brown's canvass is progressing
most favorably. It is only a question
uf rolling up a good rousing majority,
and this object is of sufficient importance to stimulate everyone who is on
the right sido to the most enthusiastic
efforts.
One of tho busiest men in the city at
tlie present timo is Mr. W. B. Townsend;
he is leaving no stone unturned that
may do any good at election time.
Mr. Marshall Sinclair's tall graceful
figure may bo noted at all hours of the
day In all parts of tho citv holding earnest converse with men of all shades of
opinion. His theme just iiow is politics
and plenty of it.
Hon. John Robson, according to the
World, went over to Victoria by the
Islander on Saturday afternoon, and intends to return this weok and hold
meetings throughout the district.
The Mission nf the Bear.
The Port Townsend Leader says: The
revenue .cutter Rush, which is now in
Snn Francisco, will leave that city in a
few days for tbo Bohring's Sea. She
will bo relieved at Ounalaska by the
Boar between the second and tenth of
September. She will thon proceed to
Sitka, as she has done in tbo past, to bo
prcflont at the trial of such illegal scalers
as may have boon captured during tho
season, Notwithstanding published reports, opinions are freely advanced
along the water front that fhe first instructions received by the Bear are'to
bo the vessel's final ones, despite the
despatches published from Washington.
When tho Hcai' loft Sun Francisco it
was for Ounalaska, her orders being to
proceed from there to Behring's Sea
through tho Arctic ocean. She has on
hoard supplies and building material
for the whaling station to bo established
at Point Barrow. Mor business has al*
Ways been to looji after tho whalers,
and should she bo withdrawn from the
Arctic thero would be no protection for
the whaling (loot.   The Bear is still at
Soottlo.
 « —♦-.. .*.—,—
'•The City ot Seattle."
Tho New York Timet of May 14 says:
Tho new iron steamship City of
Seattle, built for the l'uget Sound und
Alaska Steamship Company, was
launched yesterday at Noaffo A Deavy's
shipyard, Philadelphia, The now vcbboI
is constructed of stool, 275 feet in length,
40 feet beam and 17 foot in tho hold.
Sho. registers 1,500 tons. Thore aro
three decks, the two upper ones being
built of wood. The vessel has a largo
freight capacity, besides accommodations for 250 passengers. Thopossonger
saloon is on the second deck and is 150
feet lone, with staterooms on both sides.
Tho dining-room, which will bo situated
on the main deck aft, will bo finished
in hard wood, with nickel mountings.
The vessel will carry all the modern
improvements and appliances of ocean
vessels, including electric lights. Sho
will ho supplied with a compound on-
gino, It'and 00 inches, with 3 feet stroke.
Thoro will ho two steel boilers, ouch
IIP,j foot In diameter by KI feet long,
carrying 345 pounds of steam, and she
will huve a speed of twenty miles an
hour.   She will be fully completed by
Children Cry for Pitcher's Cutoria.
dozii, lho .young Imrbi..' convlol-d ol I the 1st ot August, 'vylun" sho will take
inamlaughtor for killing his wife bo-! her departure on u Hi.MiO-niilo voyage
cauBo _ho left him lo lend a (IIbhoIuIc -° "on"i01	
life, wna this morning sentenced tn S i «,,,.   _ #._   .    „,.',  _«_ h________
year, in stnie prison at linrd labor.     j Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. THE DAILY OOLUMBIAN
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SATAN PLAYING CENSOR.
Tiie Vancouver World, which wo have
caught and exposed in deliberate and
wicked attempts nt misrepresentation
since the opening of the present campaign, endeavors to retaliate in a feeble
lie way in its issue of Saturday, by laying two charges against this paper,
The first is that The Com. soman did not
give a sufficiently full or particular report of the Premier's speech at Brownsville ou nomination day. Tho second iB
that The Columbian had copied an item
from the Newa-Adcertiter laBt week, to
tho effect that Hou. John Robson had
paid a visit to Alderman Home's committee rooms ou Wednesday laat, but
that wo had not copied the paragraph
In the World contradicting the New's
statement.
We shall have not the slightest trouble
in refuting both of the World's unjust
imputations that The Coi.umi.ian has
resorted to unfairness in the instances
mentioned, and casting the same in its
teeth. In the first place, our Vancouver
cotemporary ia probably comparing our
report of Hon. Mr. Robson's hustings
speech with its own, but the World will
note tbat- our report of the nomination
speeches was published on the evening
(Friday) of the same afternoon on which
the nominations took place (and was,
therefore, necessarily as brief as possible), while tho World did not print its
report of the same proceedings, until
twenty-four hours later (Saturday evening). We devoted nearly three columns
to the City and District nominations on
the day mentioned, and the hustings
addresses of the City candidates being
obtainable earlier iu the afternoon, had
more space accorded them. If the
World will examine -our report of the
District candidates' speeches, it .will
see that considerable more space is
devoted to Mr. Robson's speech than
to any of the other candidates'. Our
report of tho nominations and the
speeches could not possibly have beeu
any longer than it was, under the circumstances. As it was, the paper was
rather late in the evening on account of
it. The World, being a kind of a newspaper, understands these practical difficulties as well as wc do, and it also
knows better than to attempt to argue
that we should have returned to the
subject the next dny.
The World't charge of unfairness
against this journal towards the Premier, it will be seen, thus utterly falls
to the ground upon this count, and becomes all the more absurd when a glance
at our files, since we havo differed with
the Premier on the redistribution question, will show that we have published
his speeches and explanations very fully, both those delivered in the House
and the one at this city recently, although there is a great deal of repetition in his later utterances.
As to the second charge, that is, failing to publish a contradiction in the
World to an item in the Newt-Advertiser,
we published the first statement from the
Newt as a simple item of news, having
no particular significance that we could
see, and certainly not reflecting injuriously (so far as wc could seo) upon either the Premier or Alderman Home.
We, therefore, saw no necessity for pub-
foiling the World't contradiction, more
especially as the News had a counter
contradiction to thnt again.
And now, if our cotemporary will get
its little slate—or borrow the off side of
the Colonitt'» blackboard—we will give
it a few examples in simple puzzleology:
(1.) What possible signification (wc
ask from more curiosity) can attach to
the Premier's alleged visit to Alderman
Home's committee rooms iu Vancouver,
last week, that would make our failure
to copy a contradiction of the alleged
visit "very unfair?"
(2.) To whom was It unfair, to the
Premier, or Alderman Home?
(3.) Was there anything ilicit In tho
Premier making, or Alderman Home
receiving, such a call? (Tho World't
tenderness on the point would seem to
nrgue so.)
Fourthly and lastly: Doos the World
expect us to accept a contradiction in its
columns us true, against a statement
and a counter contradiction in tho News,
when the former paper (the World) has
been convicted of knowingly and deliberately going out of its way to scandalously misrepresent a speech delivered
in Vancouver recently by Mayor Brown,
of this city; and when, instead
of acknowledging its error, when
called to its notice, it wrote a let.
ter to itself sneakingly endeavoring to
fortify what it knew to be an untruth;
and when it has bo discredited itself in
a general senso as to be striving, by any
means, foul or fair, to return nothing
but Government supporters from tho
Lower Mainland, to prove tho complete
acquiescence of the electors of these
three constituencies lu a Government
measure passed at the fag end of last
session, which the World itself characterised, only a little over a month ago,
aB "the foulest gerrymander scheme
" ever perpetrated in any country?"
Nextl   mmm^mmm^_
LABOR AND ITS FUG.
knew their men, and frequently would
order the red' flag to be tossed among
the ranks of the enemy in order to stimulate the rank and. file to desperate
deeds of daring in order to recover it.
The red flag of the modern democracy
is usually associated with thoughts of
riot, rebellion and blood spilling, but it
had ita origin more probably In blood
making. Ceres and Minerva, the presiding deities of labor and industry,
were portrayed as wearing robes of
flaming red, and the tollers adopted that
hue as their sacred color. It was the
symbol of their protectors among the
innumerable divinities ruling over the
destinies of mankind.
Tyrian, red and purple thus became
the emblem of the communes of the
ancient world. But there came a day
when the half-emancipated people were
re-enslaved, and then a law waa passed
making it a crime for any but nobles to
use the beautiful Tyrian red. The color
had kept the people hopeful, reminding
them of their stolen liberties. For this
reason they were deprived of the red.
In Phomichi the workmen completely
lost their business, so that even the
secret of tho ancient colors was lost,
and has never been recovered to this
day.
W bo can tell whether at some future
time tho long lost art will be rediscovered, and it may he that the truo and
beautiful Tyrian red, once the admiration of the civilized world, will yet wave
abovo the heads of tho workers as it did
over thoso oi their prototypes, two
thousand five hundred years ago.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castork
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& Co.
IMPORTERS
Shipping Agents,
WHOLESALE
-AND-
Commission Merchants
In Stock, a full assortment of
Liquors, Vitrified Drain Pipes,
Fire Bricks, Encaustic Tiles,
Cumberland Smithy Coal, &c,
&c, &c.
Any Description of Goods Imported
to Order. -
dwfelto
MONET TO LOAN
TN   ANY AMOUNT, LABOE OR SMALL, m
1  first mortgage, on farm lands.
[V WOODS, TURNER * GAMBLE
Notice to Builders.
\1TH0LK AND SEPARATE TENDERS FOR
Ti     the erection of
Young Men's Christian Asso't'n Building
on Columbia Street, will be received up to noon
of June 10th.
Tin? lowest or any tender not iim'ssiirllv accepted.
Pinna and HpeclHcatlons mav be seen ut ilia
ofllce of CLOW A MACLURE,
dmy27td - Architect*.
"What" asks a cotemporary, "Is tho
" true lahor color?"'In the course of an
article upon the European May Day
demonstration. From tho remotest antiquity it has been red, Tho oentet, or
■ non-tollers, affected white, striped with
assure, and the banners of the Greeks
and Romans ut tho great slave insurrection, about the yoar 15011. 0.J were
of that hue. But tho day came when
tliB workers acquired military and political importance, and they insisted that
their vexillum of red should receive public recognition.   The  Roman generals
Canadian Pacific Railway Co,
PACIFIC  DIVISION.
Office of the General Suiierlnteuilent.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
rpENDERSWILLBE RECEIVED BY THE UN-
designed up to noon on
Monday, the 9th June,
for the Rrndiiinoi the Mission Brunch, which
will be let in small contracts if desired.
Plans and specifications can be seen ut Ihe
Engineer's nfllcc.
II. ABBOTT,
General Superintendent.
Vancouver, May Mth. 1890. dmyaitd
TO THE ELECTORS OF
New Westminster District.
GENTLEMEN:—I como before you ns nn Independent candidate on the platform of the Mainland Association to represent this District In
Provincial Legislature.
An it Is Impossible to see everv elector belore
the polling day, I tako this mode of placing before you some of my views.  I will pledge mv-
self to no pnrty. but will Biipport measures, und
not mirty,   I will support nil ' ' '
tidal legislation.
not party.   I will support all just and bene-
"Dial legislation.
1 will do my utmost to obtain a Redistribution
Bill thnt will be fair to tho Mainland upon the
basis of population, area and resources, without
regard to the balance of power theory, as soon
as possible nfter the census.
I hold that tho Agricultural lands of this Pro
vinci! should he held for actual settlers, and not
bo sold to speculators In large blocks, and thnt
such unimproved land held In large blocks
should bo heavily taxed, so ns to compel the
owners to Improve them or sell them to those
thnt will.
I believe it would be to the Interests nf the
country that money should be borrowed on the
credit ut the Province, and tanned at the same
rate of interest for the purposes of reclamation
on the security of the Una reclaimed.
Thnt there should bo a liberal expenditure of
money on roads, bridges, Ac, and, If necessary,
that money should be borrowed for tbo purpose, provided thnt the Mainland could get Its
proper proportion of It;
That the building ol railroads should he en-
couruged, In order to open up what nro nt present innceesNlble regions;
Thnt all Hoverument money spent within
municipalities should be placed at the disposal
o{ Municipal Councils.
I ntu, Gentlemen,
Yours respectfully,
THOS. K,  KITCHEN.
May ttOtli, 1890, my3!-d!_Mv*».
TO THE ELECTORS OF
Westminster   District.
GENTLEMEN .-Atthe earnest request of a
targe number of the Elector), of New Westminster District, I have consented to become n candidate to represent you In tho Provincial Parliament,
" will endeavor to briefly present to you some
he principal points In my platform,
it, lam tn favor of representation by population and will consider li my first dutv to secure a fair and just representation for the Mainland,
Jnd. I nm lu favor of dividing the District Into Ridings.
Hrd. I will endeavor to increase the grant to
municipalities from 11,000 to 93,000 per annum.
4th, I would also be in favor of raising tho tnx
on wild lands to such an extent as would pro-
hlbii speculators from holding large tracts of
Innd, to the detriment of actual settlers.
5th. I am in favor of the Government adopting u public works policy and borrowing a mil-
lion dollar... and expending tho same on roads
nnd brhlgeH throughout the District and also on
a fichciwi for thu reclamation of overflowed
lands.
fith. I would strongly urge upon Ihe Provincial und Dominion Governments tho necessity
of aiding the City of Weitmlniter In tho immediate construction of a Truffle Bridge across the
Fraser River.
7th. 1 would also use mybest endeavors to
have ii rail mad constructed from Fopcum to tho
Delta.
8th. To repeal clause 0 of the Public Schools
Act.
9th. The cutting of a Canal from Mud Bay to
the Frusor, thereby draining a largo portion of
tho Delta, and avoiding the dangers of Point
Roberts.
10th. The erection of a Traffic Bridge at Pitt
Rtvcr and the extension uf the Westminster road
through to Agassis.
I shnll also endeavor, If elected, to visit nil
portions of the District prior to the meeting of
Parliament to learn your wants, so as to no In a
position to discuss the lame intelligently during
thu session.
Iu conclusion, gentlemen-,' I would ask you
for your votes, conlldenco and support nt the
forthcoming election,
I remain,
Yours faithfully,
dmyaitd ARTHUll M. HERRING.
NOW IS THE TIME
TO   BUY
Brownsville
Property
Do Not Wait for the Boom!
(WE All KNOW IT IS COMING)
ICES ARE L
,
1, 2, 3 & 4-ACRE LOTS
Just put on the Market, ranging from $75 to $200 per iicre.
TERMS—i cash, balance, 4, S mul 12 mos., at 8 per cent.
Come early before the best pieces are sold.
MOWAT & SLOAN
JUST RECEIVED
•A LARGE  STOCK OF	
0
(Seamless Cotton, Rubber Lined, and Mildew
Proof; All Sizes.)
Hose Pipes,
Lawn Mowers
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Trimming Shears,
Hedge Trimmers,
Garden Tools
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
The Best Made and Lowest Figures.
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THE LEADING HARDWARE HOUSE,
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THIS SPHCE RESeRVED
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Wanted-150 Men!
TO WEAR THE  NICEST   AND  BEST, DIRECT IMPORTED,
English, Scotch and French Good, ever brought into the City.
Also, the CHEAPEST TAILORING HOUSE in town.
Wo havo jn.t received, per Str. "Umbria," from London, the largest stock of PANTINGS in the City.
A call is sufficient to convince.   Satisfaction guaranteed.
BEGGS 6c HEARD
TO TH8 ELECTORS OF
New Westminster City & District.
GENTLEMEN:—As we arc going to have all our Roads and Bridges
throughout tho District put iu first cltisn repair, and some alight repairs
to tlie "K do K," it \/H] he neceBsary 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 alao in stock PREMIER CARRIAGES, EXTENSION
TOP CARRIAGES, EXPRESS and DELIVERY WAGONS, and ROAD
CARTS, at prices that will surprise you.
We have a few TIMBER WAGONS left, and will have a carload in
some time this week, of any size, from a l.^-in. tiro to a 4-in, tire—at
prices that will defy competition.
SUIAEY & BRYSON,
General Carriage Builders A Blacksmiths.
New Westminster, May 19,1890. dwtc
M. A. McRAE,
MERCHANT * TAILOR
Snmmer Stock Just Armed Direct from England.
Double the amuunt of .Stock carried by any other tailoring establishment in the.
city.   Call and be convinced.
Armstrong Block, Columbia St., New Westminster,
d&wfesto
JAMES  D.   RAE
COLUMBIA STBEET, NEW WESTMINSTER,
HAS JUST RECEIVED, EX SHIP "GLENBERVIE," a large con.
signment 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, Lemon, Madeira, Noyeau,
Port Wine and Plain Calves' Feet; Malt, White Wine and Crystal
Vinegar ; Raspberry and Black Currant Vinegar; PICKLES: Indian
Mangoes, Capt. White's Oriental Pickles and West India Piekles ; Capers, Chutneys, Curry Powder, Curry Paste, Mullygatawny Paste;
SAUCES: Lobster, Shrimp, Harvey's, Cock's Reading, BurgesB' 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-
aud's Sardines, Blackwall White Bait, Philippe & Canaud's AsparagUB
and Green Peas, Potted Meats in tins and -.-tins, Mayonnaise Sauce,
Prince of Wales Salad Sauco and Florence Cream, Olive Oil, Swiss
Chocolate and Milk, and Coffee and Milk, Van Houton's Cocoa, etc.
dwteltc
Boots and Shoes!
ELEGANT NEW LINES JUST OPENED
Cheapest Spot in Town
WEST END BOOT & SHOE STORE.
§W Opposite 1). Lyal & Co's.
O. I). AOKKRMAN.
T. ACKERMAN.
Mechanics Mill Co., Ld
MANU. ACIURKB. AND DEALERS IS
SASH, DOOR BLINDS A LUMBER
Store Fixtures and all kinds of Factory "Work.
FOOT OF PELHAM 8TREET,     -
dmyistfl
NEW WESTMINSTER, 1). C.
ZED. S. HALL,
BooksellerSTATliERAilmporter
(WHOLESALE ASH RETAIL),
Columbia Street, New Westminster, B. C.
English, Foreign and United States Periodicals and Newspaper!
constantly on hand.   Books imported to order.
Rn D C  I      I CONTRACTOR
■     Da     DELL) and BUILDER.
Jobbing Carpenter Shop t Columbia Si, Next R, C, P, Mills,
Estimates Given on Work of any kind in connection with HOUSE BUILDING or
REPAIRING, OFFICE FITTING, 4c.
r Men supplied CITY or COUNTRY by day or hoar any time.     dwmylOte
H.T.READ&CO.
THE   LEADING
ol
Contract    and others erecting homes ibould call on ua and examine our extent ire stock of
Bnlldcra' Hardware, which Is excelled by no other house in tbe Province.
We Carry the Largest Assortment of Locks in the City.
To those requiring Paints and Oils wo beg to call attention to our extensive variety.  Superior
Coach Colors, In all shades. Tube Colors of every description. Floor Paints, ready or use.
We have muoh pleasure in announcing that we have been appointed Sole Agents In thia city for
tbe sale of the Celebrated Johnson's Magnetic Iron Paint, the highest grade Fire
Proof Paint in the world. Guaranteed W per cent, pure oxide.
MASONIC AND ODD FELLOWS' BLOOK, NEW WESTMINSTER,
dwfeite
Reid Bl Currie.
MACHINISTS,
Manufacturing and Repairing Machinery a Specialty.
Forging and Bolt Making.
BRASS and IRON CASTINGS
Estimates Furnished and Drawings Made in onr offlos |
by a Practical Draughtsman.
Skilled Mechanics and Latest Improved Machinery only used.
AGENTS FOR
JOHN DOTY—Stationary, Marine and Hoisting Engines.
CHAS. SMITH—Duplex Steam Pumpa; also, Centrifugal and Rotary Pain)).. J
LONDON TOOL CO.—Manufacturers of all kinds of Iron-making Tools.
A. R. WILLIAMS—Manufacturers and Dealer, in all kinds of Machinery.
ALSO, AGENTS FOR  .
All kinds of Saw Mill, Sash, and Door Factory, Briok
yard and Canning Machinery.
FULL LINE IN STOCK OF
Wagons, Carriages, Baggies, Phaetons, Hacks and Carriage Materials.
0_T*Cntalogues and Prices furnished on application.   All work
thoroughly guaranteed.
dwlelto
This Space ia Reserved for the
Royal City Planing Mills Company,
The Pioneer and Leading
Lumber Manufacturing Establishment of the Koyal Oity.
Richard Street, New Westminster.
WINTEMUTE    BROS.
Leading Manufacturers and Importers of
FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERS
ive Show
Columbia St., New Westminster.!
$5,000 STOCK
JUST RECEIVED.BY
J. S. Mansoi
TOWNSITE  OF
BELLINGHAM
Now Incorporated with City of
FAIRHAVEN
WILL BE PLACED ON SALE
Monday, May 19th,
 HY THE——
FAIRHAVEN LAND CO.
Bost Property aud Opportunity for  Investment  ever  offered
in Washington.
MERCHANT TAILOR.
Consisting of WEST OP ENGLAND DOESKINS, PINE ENGLIIJ
NAVY BLUE VENETIAN, and an endless variety of SCOTCH t
ENGLISH SUITINGS and FANCY TROUSERINGS, &o.
Snd Door West Of Mckenzie St., on Columbia Stbut,
dapltc New  Westminster,  B. Oi
CHAS. McDONOUG
Front Street, New Westminster.
M
EXTRA. FAMILY BLANKETS,
Flannels, Worsteds and all kinds of Woolen I
Beady-Made Clothing.
TThe only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of the I
Westminster Woolen Mills.  Pathonue Horn Industry.
dtelto
The Columbian Printing Establishment has flrst-class facilil
for all kinds of Commercial Printing.   Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Circul]
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Forms of overy description, Posters, Dodg
Price Lists, Ac.   Prices will be foumd as low as at aijr other offlo* wh
flrst-elass wark is due.
»x TONS OF  NEWSPAPERS.
Journal* or the United   H-lnffdoin on File
ut tiie British Muj.-tua.
' Since October, 1888, an important work
In connection with the cataloguing' and
rearranging of the flies ot the newspapers ot the United Kingdom has heen
going on at the British Museum. The
work has now been brought down to
1873. Evory volume has boon carefully
examined, and all the important points
In regard to it Indicated in the catalogue. Much labor has been spent in
siting and arranging the papers year by
year. By this means a considerable,
amount of prens-room has been gained.
The paporu are arranged according to
date. Evory volume la numbered outside. Each yoar has a distinct set of
numbors, oxuept in the case of the earlier dates, whoro the number of volumes
In a yoar is bo umall as to mako this unnecessary. The yoar 1831 is represented
by only 41 volumes, each volume containing tho flloa of from two to flvo
newspaper*., whilo 1640 has 80 volumes,
1850 has 130 volumes, 1860 has 356 volumes and is"'i has 337 volumes; whilo
for 1887 thoro aro no fewer than 373 volumes; 1817 takes up 3 presses occupying
a space of 5(1 liquate feet, while 1887 requires tt! pri'ai :. and occupies 887 square
feot. Thon* i.ro more than 1,300 distinct p«po.\. to.' 1887, while for 1847 tho
number did not exoood 300.
j Tho approximate weight of English,
Scotch and Irish papers in the presses at
tho museum h 450 tons. The flies for
thirteen vctirt have still to be gone
through before tho work is complete.
As soon as this is done a list of tho new
papers, with their respective numbers,
will be placed in the reading-room, and
it will thon bo as easy to obtain the file
of a newspaper of a hundred years ago
as1 it now is to procure any book in the
reading-room. It may be explained that
all the London newspapers since 1800
are kept quite distinct from tho provincial journals. Thoy are contained tn
tbo wostiwing, whoro tho same plan of
sizing, miml-criiig and cataloguing has
beon carried out as hus been adopted in
connection with tho provincial papers.
The London daily papers, however, are
arranged In sots on the ground floor,
and are obtainable at onoe.—Manchester Examiner.
A   DRUMMER'S  STORY.
Iwo Georgia Gentleman Flay Tom About
with ti Whip.
"Before tbe war," said a veteran commercial traveler the other evening, "I
wu traveling through the South. One
day I stood on the veranda of a small
town in Georgia waiting for train time.
Suddenly a man dashed past me out of
the hotel with a cocked revolver in one
hand and a cowhide whip in the other,
and rushing up to a gentlemanly-looking fellow slowly coming down the
. stroet, covered him with the pistol, crying savagely: 'Fold your arms. I am
going to thrash you.'
"The young fellow complied, and the
other began to rain blows nil over his
face, neck and shoulders. The rough
edges ot the strips of rawhide cut and
tore the flesh and burned like hot irons.
But the victim bravely stood his ground,
showing only hy his pallor and involuntary twitehhigs of tho mouth and eyes
the awful agony ne was suffering.
Presently tho other began to tiro and
eeased to strike.
" 'Havo you finished now?' calmly
asked the young man.
" 'Yes,' sullenly growled the other. ,
" 'Then put up your gun.'
"No sooner was the revolver restored
to Its place than, quick as flash, tho
young man whipped from his hip pocket
a platol of large caliber and, with a
look ot fierce determination, cried:
•Now give me that whip and fold your
arms.*
"And what a thrashing he gave him,"
exclaimed tho drummer. "Tbe fellow
cried and begged for mercy and threw
hia arms to protect his face, but all in
vain. The avenger cut and out until
he wu tired out, thon with a swift motion he turned the whip in his hand and
■track a heavy blow on the temple wltb
the heavily-loaded butt The man fell
senseless to tho ground. Tho other
threw the whip down on his prostrate
body and walked into the hotel to wash
the blood from his face and neck."—
Chicago Journal
NEW NOTES OF INTEREST.
TnERK aro 308,749 railroad bridges in
the United States, spanning 3,313 miles.
Nebraska offers a eent a pound bounty on sugar made within its boundaries,
and the beet Is crowding the succulent
sorghum-stalk on the prairies of tho
West.
Tbe Chinese Minister at Washington
haB so far overcome his national prejudices tbat he has consented to allow his
wife to hold a reception after the American fashion. In China a woman of the
upper classes never thinks of such a
thing.
The new State ot Washington is not
favored with a very dignified set of
legislators. Thirty members ot the
Legislature went to the theater a few
nights ago and threw paper balls, rubber overshoes and orange peelings at
each other and hooted and guyed the
players.
Tbe Fellowcraft Club, of New York,
has put Stanley on the honorary list of
life members. President Richard Watson Gilder will notify Mr. Stanley of the
honor conferred upon him by this club
of his brethren In America. The only
other honorary member is Mr. James
Russell Lowell.
THEBEare now thirteen monitors lying idle, the original cost of which was
nearly 97,000,000. In their present condition they are not only useless, but a
source of expense, and Rear Admiral
Jouett favors a plan for converting them
into floating batteries for coast and harbor defense, which could bo done at an
estimated cost of 81,000,000.
The Blsmarukskopf is the name given
to a mountain in the neighborhood ot
Ems, Germany, because it so much resembles Bismarck in Its outlines. Mount
Valerian bears a striking rcsemblanue
to M. Thiers. Mount Blanc and several mountains in the Pyrenees and
elsewhere wero supposed to furnish good
portraits of tho first Napoleon. A hillside in the Islo of Wight is said to furnish a very striking likeness of Lord
Brougham.
The city of Mexico is to have the
finest hotel on the American continent,
according to present plans and estimates.   It will   cost    82,000,000. and
among the attractive features mentioned
is a Turkish bath apartment tho fixtures in which will cost 835,000 and a
bar upon tbo fittings ot which 880,000
will be expended.   With such provis-
•lons for his mental and physioal en-
■joynieht and welfare, the guest wlll
irobably be perfectly satisfied with the
tther arrangements, which are ot little
[moment.
, Some descendants of the mutineers
of the Bounty, living on Pitcalrn Island in the South Pacific, some months
[ago boarded tbe barque Carrie Winslow,
which arrived at Philadelphia from Valparaiso recently. They had with them
it bundle ot letters which they wanted
forwarded, and two boatloads of tropical fruit. The latter they wished to ex
•hango for any thing on the vessel they
could get, and flour, clothing, etc,, were
given thom. The islanders number one
hundred and twenty persons. They
said thoir only fear was that their
ocean homo would becomo over-populated. It Is only threo and a half miles
long and a mile wldo, and is incapable
of producing much more than enough to
supply the wants of Its present pOpUla-
tiW.,, ... I -
FRANK  BOOTH,
Licensed City Scavenger.
Orders Promptly Attended to.
<lmy2___l
Address P. O.
A BARGAIN  IN LAND.
ONE  HUNDRED ACRES OF FIRST-CLASS
Agricultural Land
Tqwnilte ol Port Moody,
Agricultural Land on the bordertiof the
TO BUILDERS.
FOR SALE, IK LARGE OR SMALL QUaNTI-
tie*, building rook.        Apply to
dmjreto        WOODS, TURNER 6 GAMBLE.
Thia Is a great chance, es the property uiuit
be disposed ol quickly.
For further particulars apply to
8.W. LEHMAN.
iny_X.ilwlm *    Fort Moody, B. C.
High School Entrance Examination.
THE  SEMI-ANNUAL   EXAMINATION   OF
applicants for entrance to a High School
will be held In the Central School Building, New
Westminster, commencing at 9 a, in., June 11th,
Candidates must be punctual.
S. D. POPE,
Supt. ot Education.
Education Ofllce,
Victoria. May fith, 1890. dmylOtd
TENDERS  WANTED.
SEALED TENDERS WILL BK RECEIVED BY
The Delta Municipal Council up to noon of
Saturday the 7th day of June next, for the
delivery of from TWELVE TO EIGHTEEN
HUNDRED CUBIC YARDS OF GRAVEL, to be
used for gravelling the Main Trunk Road.
Tenders to state amount per yard for delivery
on Scows at the nearest accessible point to road,
and also amount per yard for delivering and
distributing upon road bed, commencing at the
wharf, Ladners Landing,
Hpeclfleatlons may be obtained at my office.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily ac
cepted. \>M. McKER,
Ladners, May 20th, 1800. C, M. C.
       dwniMtd
Election Card.
of   New   Westminster
To  the  Electors
District,
GENTLEMEN :-At the urgent (solicitation of
a large number of Electors throughout the Dietrich, I have consented to offer myself aa a candidate In the Government Interest, to represent
tbe District of New Weitmlniter In the next
Legislative Assembly.
Your Obedient Servant,
3. C. HENDERSON.
Chllllwhack, B.C.; May 21, IBM.     myMdwtc
NOW RUNNING S CHAIRS I
— OO TO—
Geo.   Mead's
 FOB—-
Shaving A, Hair-Cutting,
Shampooing,
Hot <Jk Ootd  Baths.
THE LEADING SALOON IN THE CITY.
The largest and best assortment of Smuk-
In* Piped In the City. Sole agent for B. C. for
H. Tibbs, Son A Co.'s Missouri Patent Corn Cob
Pipes, which is the very best Corn Cob Pipe
made. Retail Dealers.-send to GEO. HEAD for
wholesale prices. dmyfltc
RE AND FOR SALE
W;
. THE   UNDERSIGNED WISH TO AN-
nounce to the public generally that we
i started s boat-bulldlng establishment at
Foot of Ellice Street,
of Pleasure Boats for sale and for hire.
Boat Trimmings, Oars, Paddles, etc.
Telephone connection at Residence.
WILSON * WISE.
N.w Weitmlniter, May 22, law.       dmyiltc
Paper,  Wall Paper
Murray? Greig
Hare Junt Opened V. I Villi Line.
Artists' Materials, Mixed
Faints.
Devoe's Enamel for Brlc-a-Brac.
Piper Hinging and  Interior Decorating a
Specialty.    House and Sign Painting,
Next Door to A. M. Herring's
Drug Store.
' toraa	
TO THE ELEOTORS OF
New Westminster City.
GENTLEMEN:—In response to a requisition,
numerously signed, whioh haa been presented to
me, I beg to oner myself as representative of
this City in the Provincial Legislature.
I frankly confess that, aside from the great
question of the just distribution of legislative
power, 1 would scarcely care to be a candidate.
If you do me the honor to elect me I shall make
that question my first consideration at all times,
and In order to do this lt it essential that I
keep quite free from any entangling alliances
with cither Government or Opposition. But to
the people and the advocacy of the rights of the
people, In this matter and In all others, I can
fully and freely pledge myself; and with those,
be they on what side of the House they may,
who are animated by a similar spirit, I will work
cordially.
The present crisis demands special treatment.
We of the Lower Mainland are denied our Just
share of legislative power, and so long aa that Is
the case our true policy, In my opinion—nay,
the policy which ourown self-respect compels us
to adopt—Is to return no man to tho Legislature
who will not make the righting of that wrong
his first business. It may safely be assumed
that those who shall be found willing to do
right in this matter, will be the most likely to do
right in others also.
Notwithstanding the utmost devotion to this
first question, your representative will have to
deal with many other matters, and perhaps It
will be sufficient now to say on this point that I
believe there is room for a good deal of work before tho administration of public affairs ran
claim to bo what It should lie—government bv
the people for the people. I should earnestly en
dcavor to do my share of that work.
I believe I may safely assume that you need
no assurance of my deep and abiding Interest In
everything that makes for the prosperity of New
Westminster City.
I am, Gentlemen,
Very truly yours,
dsayUta 1. » BROWN.
TO THE ELEOTORS
—OF THE—
Westminster Electoral District,
GENTLEMEN :-As It Is difficult lo arrange to
see each Individual elector before election day,
I wish to put beforo you the platform on which
I stand whilst seeking your support.
Up to the introduction of the Constitution
Amendment Act, I should havo supported the
present Government, but I now stand independent of all parties on that measure, pledged
to obtain a fair and Just Redistribution Act
framed lately after the publication of the census
returns; sueh act to bo based as nearly as possible upon population, the abolition of the balance of power and the division of districts Into
ono member constituencies. Outside this pledge
I claim the privilege of being allowed to support
any legislation of u lust and beneficial nature
which maybe Introduced by the Government.
I will endeavor to Impress upon the Government the necessity of the utmost liberality in
the expenditure for tho opening up of all agricultural districts and oven, If necessary, to borrow monoy for this purpose.
The conservation ot all nubile lands for actual
settlement, and the abolition of all sales of land
In large areas, wlll be one of the chief objects I
shall hold In view, and to also assist In the
greatest amount of land being brought Into mil-
being raised to as cents per acre..
It will also be my endeavor to Impress upon
the Government tho absolute necessity of taking
steps to assist In tbe reclamation or the large
area of land subject to overflow by the Fraser,
so as to render It all fit for cultivation, feeling
sun that any money spent in that direction
will be a good investment, as the lands will be
greatly enhanced in value for assessment.
From the above you wlll see I stand as a sup*
porter of the Government, eicept on ont measure, and feel sure that you wlll see that as I
am a resident farmer In the district onr Interests nre Identical, and I hope to be able to
materially advance the interests of the district
should you honor me as your representative,
I am, Gentlemen,
Yours Obediently,
LIVINGSTON THOMPSON.
■aula Pralrli, B.C. Ua, 57, UN,    *«rai9M
SUMMER EXCURSION RATES
—to-—
Harrison Hot Springs!
From Wostminster or Vancouver
to Agaaali Station and return; good
from Friday until Monday, or from
Saturday or Sunday until Tuesday.... ts 50
Round trip by Stupe from Agassle to
Springs     1 OO
From Westminster or Vancouver to
Aniili Station and return; good
forsodaye .-.    a oo
Round trip by Stage for this rate.......    1 50
Hops and Concerts In Pavlllton twice a week
after 1Mb. of May.   Splendid Fish lug and Runt-
Onr Hot Mineral Baths In charge of careful
and trained attendants. Separate deportment
for Ladies. omySml
F. CRAKE,
Practical Watchmaker & Manufacturing Jeweler
4 DOORS WEST FROM POST OFFICE.
Gold and Silver Watches, Chains, Diamond, Rn%
Sapphire and Other Rings.
Tho best quality of PLATED and TABLE WARE in all designs.
A Fine Assortment of Clocks
Speotaoles and Eye-Glasses to suit all Sights.
Special  attention  to Watch   Repairing.    All   kinds  of   Jewelery
manufactured on tho premises by first-
class workmen.
The Cheapest House In Town.
dwfeltc
BRITISH OOLUMBIA
Land and Investment Agency
THOMAS A1.I.SOI', ,
HENRY S. MASON,       ! Mn.cTom
OUYMCR A. HOLLAND,)
HEAD OFFICE:
lit Serjeant's Inn, Fleet Street,
LONDON, UNO.
The Business of Au.so. ._ Mason his been
merged In tbe above Company nnd wltl be carried on by tbe Company (mm thlsdato as a general Land Investment aud Insurance Agency.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Kates.
Town Loin and Farming Lands tor Sale on easy
terms.
Victoria, B. 0„ May 1Mb. 1187
dwfeite
City Bakery!
LEADING BREAD AND OAKE ESTABLISHMENT IN THE GITT.
All Kinds of
FRESH and FANCY BID
Pastry and Confectionery
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Wedding Cakes a Specialty.
All orders promptly attended to.  A Delivery
Cart In connection wltb the business.
City Bakery—NiXT Door to Fikb Station.
Ielephon* Call 131. dto
E.J.NEWTON.
F.J.MEYER.
Newton & Meyer
(SUCCESSORS TO E. CANN1FF)
Manufacturers A Import em of
HARNESS,  SADDLES,
Bridles, Whips, Spurs, &c.
Hotel Douglas.
(ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN)
Corner Columbia and  Mackenzie sts.
A. J. TOLMIE, PROPRIETOR.
New Fire-Proof Brick Building, with all the Latest Improvements.
Tho table is supplied with tho best tho market affords.
RESTAIJKANT PRIVILEGES OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
FIN©  SH7UTPI_.e   ROOTCS.
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies and Families.   Convenient
to all Trains and Steamers.
mhffdto
QUEEN'S HOTEL
New Westminster.
H. G. WALKER, Proprietor.
IBest Sample Hoimiu.
] OS  Till.   COAST. j
DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS
MR.   GLADSTONE
ST.tON'QLV ADVISES ADVERTISING, AND EVEN HE DOES NOT KNOW THE VALUE OP
It in Westminster, but wc do, and an this City
IS
About to be Interlaced with electric streot railways, and the Southern Railway In at last
COM ING
Into our midst, we would strongly urge workingmeu ond capitalists alike
TO
Buy while thore are bargains, and Invest In
WESTMINSTER
Property.  The "Snaps" are not all gone yet.  If you don't believe It. make a resolve
TO  VISIT
Our Office, and when you have -'put your hand to the plough," don't look back, but coins straight
to us, and Inspect a complete list of City and Farming property.
v -•■; PRENTIS & UPPER, Opp,C.P.R.Depot,
M. MATHESON,
Merchant Tailor,
Is now showing a complete line of ENGLISH WORSTEDS AND SCOTCH
AND IRISH TWEEDS, which he iB
prepared to make up at reasonable
rates.
A call solicited, and perfect fits guaranteed.
Douglas Street, two doors from Columbia St., New Westminster. dfeltc
Douglas Street Nursery
 known business from Ur. Latham, I would
ank 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,
Oalla Lilies & Begonias (cheap)
Parties Intending to plant wilt please call mul
Inspect before purchasing elsewhere.
fft* Bouquets and Designs made to order.
S. 0. TIDY.
daplSte Douglas St. Nursery, New West.
LOOK!     LOOK!     LOOK!
Grand Clearance Sale
OVER Xm MTH OF BOOTS & SHOES,
Commencing on Monday, 19th May.—For Two
Weeks Only.
As Mr. Kotisseau is about to leave the City, the
whole stock must be solil at prices to suit customers nnd some nt less than cost.
We guarantee to sell goods as above stated—at. prices never before offered in Sew
WeBtminster.
LIST OF   PRICeS:
Ladies' Kid Boots	
"       Dongola Kid Hoots.
AJIMfK
H-tq Just Received
Fresh Creamery and Roll Butter.  Extra Quality.
Also Fresh Groceries anil General Provisions.
Goods delivered to any part of the elty free.
cor. Columbia and Douglas sts.
dfelte NEW WESTMINSTER.
S_„„t.\0
PRICES.
. ,*2 25
.. 8 00
"        8 76
"       French Kid Button Hoots      f) 50
"       Russet Oxford Shoes  2 00
Old Ladies'Oxford Shoes  2 60
2 00
1 00
1 75
2 25
1 60
1 25
8 00
4 50
4 50
4 00
8 00
2 25
It
Misses' French ICid SIioch. ,
Children's Button Boots	
Men's Working Boots	
"   Prime Kip (watortight).
Boys' Luces	
'Youths' "   	
Men's Fine Foot Wear	
I Men's   "      "       "    	
j Men's Button Boots	
j Men's French  Dongoln	
! Men's Fine Tanned Laces...
j Men's Tanned Oxford Shoes-
JjflTThc entire stock will be sold at tlie abovo reduced prices.   Call early to
I secure bargains.
ROUSSEAU & CO.,
!   dwmylOte Oolumbia Street, New Westminster.
REDUCED
PRICES.
$1 75
200
2 50
400
1 25
1 76
1 60
76
1 25
1 75
1 00
00
2 25
260
2 60-
250
2 50
1 00
WKBTMINSTKR
JNO. S. COX,
Proprietor.
IMPORTER AND BREEDER OF FANCY
POULTRY and other PET STOCK, com-
£ rising: Light Brahmaa, Partridge Coch-
11. PlTtuoath Book. Blaek ATlnoraas,
White Created Blaok Polands, Golden
Polanda, White Faced Blaok Spanish,
SIlTOr Pencilled Hambvrga. Hot-dens,
Blaok Red Gaines, Pit Gaines, ltoueu
Dneke. Babhlta.
TWENTY FIRST PRIZES awarded  at last
Provincial Exhibition.
Fowls and Eggs in season.   For particular!,
address, JNO. 8. COX,
dwmh-Ote    London St., Now Westminster.
HAVING A THOROUGH KNOWLEDGE OF
the business we are prepared to turnout
any work in our line. All orders promptly attended to and work guaranteed to be lirst-class.
Prices to suit.
FRONT ST. uut to Holbrook House)
dwapSIC NEW WES1MINSTER, 11  V.
THRIFT & HacLEAN,
Real Estate Brokers
NOTARIE8 PUBLIC, CON-
VEYANCER8, ETC.
St. Leonard's, Blaine, B. C.
OFFICE:
Near International Line.
Town Lots in BLAINE, B. C, and
WHITE ROOK OITY, and Choice
Farming Property in all parts of the
Distriot.
■r*Correspondence,sollelted.       my-nil
NOTICE OF SALE BY SHERIFF
Pursuant to Execution Against
Lands Act, 1874.
Id tho- Suprene Court of British Gelnibia
ARTEMAS DAVISON, Plaintiff;
WILLIAM CALKINS and A. ENNIS, Defendants.
IN OBKDIENCK TO A WRIT OF FI. FA. issued out of tbe Supreino Court ol British
Columbia at New Westminster, on tlie 2nd May,
1890, and to me directed In tbo abovo named
■ult, for the mm of 1615.88, debt and cants, together with Interest on name at the rate of bIx
per centum per annum from the 30th November,
IBM, besides SherlfTn fees and iKiund_.no, Ac. I
have aelied, and will sell by Auction, nt tbe
Court Houae, New Westminster, on
Tuesday, the 3rd Day of June, 18OO.
At 1 o'clock p.m., all the right, title and Inter-
eat of the earn A, Knnla, In the lamia aa described
In tbla advertisement, or anfllolent thereof to
satisfy the judgment, debt and coata In thia
action, subject to a mortgage for |iooo.oo and
interest thereon at 9 per centum per annum
from the 21at February, 1888,
m_.ti._nt NneXf T_nt Concise Desorlp- Estate or
District. No.*! I*t. t,on of property, int,rtn.
New
Wert-
alnater.
North-Kaat
Hot See.
», Township 28.
Farming Lands
partly Improved, with build
ings thereon.
The Judgment waa registered in the Land
Registry Office, New Weatmlnater, against aaid
land on the 20th November, 1KB.
Itfynf*
W. I, ARMSTRONG.
WAIT  FOR  IT!
ABBOTSFORD
IT'S     COMING!
To the Electors of the
New Westminster,
GENTLEMEN:-
It having been reported that I have retired
from tha contest for tho representation of your
District in the House of Commons, I bee <o give
auch statement the most 1111.j11_1ll.lcd coutrndtc-
tlon,
I am In tho Held to Slav, nnd shall remain
there until the day of puUlnir, when by your
votes, 1 confidently expect to be returned as the
member for New Westminster District.
Till then, I solicit your support, and remain,
Gentlemen, your obedient servant.
W. II. LADNER.
May 7th, 1890. dwmyfltu
NEW WELLINGTON
OramOcuniHcOaLL.
CONBUMERS OF NEW WELLINGTON COAL
will remember that In addition to Its being
very much harder and cleaner than nny other
in Ihe market, they get tbe full advantage of
dealing direct with the Colliery.
SOLE AGENT: .   J. W. CBBIGHTON,
Wkbstkb's Wharf.
Telephone 106,-P. O. Box 170.
Ordera may also be given to W. E. DICKINSON, Front Stroet. dapoto
Old Wellington
The Best Coal on the Pacific Coast.
FROM THE DUNSMUIR MINES.
I or isle by     H. ELLIOTT,
On Ewen's Wharf.
Orders left at the Store of W .MeCOM,, Columbia Street, or at my ofllce will receive Immediate
attention.
New Westminster, April 11.1890.      daplsyl
N
Education branch of the
Provincial Secretary's Department,
Victoria, May 8th, 1SH0.
OTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
... Annual Examination of Candidates fur
Certificates of Qualification to teach In the Public Schools of tho Provinco will bo held us follows, commencing on Friday, July 4tli, at It
a. in.:
In Victoria-High School Building.
In Kainloopa—Public School Building.
Each applicant must forwanl a notice, thirty
days before the examination,-statin.; the class
and grade of certificate for which lie will be a
candidate, the optional subjects selected, mut nt
which of tne above-named places he wlll attend.
Every notice of Intention to be examined
must be accompanied with a testimonial certifying to the moral character of the candidate.
dmylOml
8, D, POPE,
Superintendent of Education.
The Shuswap and Okanagon Railway Co,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
apecinl Kenarnl meeting of tho shareholder* of tno Company will be held at the ofllce of
the Company. In the city of Victoria, in the
Province of British Columbia, on Saturday,
thkii1htdayokMay,1K90, for the purpose of
considering a resolution to be submitted to the
shareholders, nnd, If approved of by them, of
passing such resolution for the Issue of bonds of
the Company for ft sum not exceeding £-5,000
per mile, in pursuance of the provisions of the
Act of the Parliament of Canada incorporating
tho aaid Compauy, and for securing tho bunds
to bo so issued by a mortgage deed with such
powers, provisions, and stipulations nsmay he
described in the said deed, nnd may lie approved
of by the shareholders; nud also for the purpose
of considering suoh other business as may lie
brought before such meeting uf shareholder*.
Dated at Victoria this 17th day of April, A. D.
IBM. P. I.ARKIN.
dap'JStd   President.
FOB SALE.
Sale
dupotc
O. B. ACKERMAN,
New Westminster.
Brill Colombia Mills, Timber md Trading Companf.
A GENERAL MEETING OF THE SHARK-
holders of tho above Company will be held
on Monday, leth June, prox., at 8 p.m. at
the Company's Office, Hastings Saw Mill, Vancouver, for tho election of Directors.
RICHARD H. ALEXANDER,
Provisional Secretary.
Vancouver, B.C., 20th Mny, 1890.        diny20td
McPHEE BROS.
Shipwrights & Boat-builders
Ut- BOATS FOR HIRE -^H
New Westminster, B.C.
Opp. Oddfellows'11.11,
Columbia St.,   -   Westminister.
Rates per day, $1 and upward. Board and
lodging, per week, Iti and upward, according lo
room.
Meals at all Hours, Day and Miort,
Served in flrat-elass style.
dfeMIe PHIL. H. SMITH, Manager.
FRONT STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
JOHN RANKIN, -'Proprietor.
Rates from $1 to 91.50 a Day.
dmyaate
W.H. VIANEN
-WUOLKSAUS-
Fish 6c Game
DEALER
VKONT ST., NEW WESTMINSTER.
$Mf Highest Price paid for Flint and Deer
Hides.  Correspondence invited.
Telephone Call No. 0. dfel
Douglas Street Bakery!
j. i
THE ABOVE MEETING   HAH BEEN POST-
poned until TUESDAY, the 17th day of
June nut.
P. LARKIN,
President.
Dated Victoria Ihe 2Mb May, 1890. "dmysotd
Fresh Bread, Cakes, PaBtry, Confectionery, etc., etc.
Hotel and  Restaurant Trade Solicited.
Foot of Douglas, near Oolumbia St.
All orders promptly attended te and delivered to nny part of iho city free. dfelto
The Great Enillah Preicrlptlon.
H auooeaaful ltadlclna need onr __fM
,30 yaara lo thouaanda of cimJal
Curea SpsrmatorrKia, Ntrvous_f__)
Wtakness, Emissions,mpottneit____W
awl all diiieaaea eauaad br abuae,*Ma»
laxFoiu] Indiscretion, or over-aiertlM, Uiriitl
Six nackagea QuaranUtd to CursvAtnsdtothers
Fail Ask your Druggist ter Ttutart Bulltfc
i'i (--(TiiiiM, taka m aubatltute. On* paekag*
It. Sfx$S,brmail. WrlteforP»mphlet.!Mar«a
Burekft Ctaaaalcal ©■„ Detroit, Midi,
East of Colonial Hotel,
Haa Just received a full line of the latest designs in
Suitings & Fancy Worsteds,
And la prepared to make up clothes In any stylo
to suit all tbat favor him with their
patronage.
THE ONLY AUTISTIC CVTTEB .1-
TAILOR IN THE CITY.
A Call Moiled.    FIT GUARANTEED OR NO
PAY. Prices reasonable.
dfelte
ESTABLISHED   1889.
DICKINSON A COM'Y
BUTCHERS,
Nearly Opposite Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
The Largest and Choicest Assortment
ol oil Descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to
Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats
at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES,
dfelte
m Bros.
(SUCCESSORS ID E, S, SCOULLAR 4 CO, SII, M, CMIUM (CO,)
-DEALERS IN-
HARDWARE
Stoves, Tinware, House Furnishing Goods, Plumbing Goods,
Brass Goods, &c.
Our stock of Hardware, General House Furnishings,
Ac, will bo found at Messrs. Scoullar & Co.'s Old Store, in tlie Scottllar-Arinstrong
Block.
Our stock of Plumbing Goods, including a most complete line of PUMPS, PIPE, PIPE FITTINGS, BRASS GOODS, &c., will be
loinul at our old stand, at th. corner of Columbia A Begbio StreetB; while
A fall line of Stores and Tinware will be carried at
both Stores.
M"Onler. fur all kinds of TIN-WORK and REPAIRING may be loft at the
BrickStore, where thev will receive prompt attention. ffi^Orders for PLUMBING and H ALVANISilill IRON CORNICE WORK may be left at our old stand.
dwmy20tc CUNN1NGHHM BROS.
SHIP-SMITHS.
W. E. DICKINSON,
We beg to inform the Public that we are now
prepared to execute all orders that we may be favored
with. Mill, Factory and Loggers' Outfits, House-
builders' Iron-work, Stone-cutters' and Blacksmiths'
Tools. All kinds of Heavy and Light Iron and Steel
Forgings.   Satisfaction guaranteed.
Works-First Door West of Merchants' Hotel,
d\vmy2itc Columbia St., New Westminster.
-DEALER IN-
WOOD,
Lime, Piaster, tout, etc., etc.
ORDERS TAKEN FOR
New Wellington Goal.
OHlce opposite Canadian Pacific Navigation Co's Wharf.
TBIKPHONE OALtS:-
Office.02; Residence. 71.
dfelte
c. Mcdonough,
LUNDBOJl'S BUILDING, FRONT ST.
CONSTANTLY OX HAND AN BXTKNS-VE STOCK OF
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAPS,
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, ETC.
Men'* nml Itoy'H Suit*.    Grunt Variety of Houscluilfl Artifllo*.    A Iho. Grain, Seed*,
I'otntofiFi, Limit nml Gcnernl Store*.
N, II.—Farm Produco Ijouglit nt ninrkct rates or sold on commission.- Orders f»om tlio Interior
promptly attended to. dwfeltc
By Private Sale.—Bargains.
I HAVE REt'KIVKD INSTRUCTION!. FROM
lira. A. St. Johnktonk, of Uud Hay, to dii-
bitaeof her Homeatead, whti-li consists of '_!?J
Mini of Land, good Dwelling lloiiw, MoeilftiiI
Barn and Stabling for 40 head of stook, good
Dairy and an abmnlnnro of Spring Water.
The property is situated on tlie Minny Ride nf
II ud Bay, the land Is second to none anywhere,
and parties wanting an Investment for their
capital cannot do better than take a look nl
tlila beforo investing elsewhere.
Stock and Implements can go with Ranch if
desired.
Titans--One-third cash ; balance to suit purchaser, at 8 per cent, per annum.
ALSOfOIl S1M.-THB FOLLOWING:
Tho West Fractional Half of Section 29, Mud
Bay, bounded by the Nicomekl River and the
Sea—108 acres.
184 acres, adjoining Sections 16 and 25, Town-
ship 4, very near N. W. Oity.
The North-West corncrof Section 68, adjoining
the Hastings Townaltc-54 acres.
The North-West U of Section XI., Township 2,
100 acres, all ilrst-class land, 10 acres improved
and sown to timothy pasture. Log house. Good
creek runs along line of property, also the John-
lit one Road. This is an excellent ranch.
Lot 261, tlroup I.. Pitt Meadows; 80 acres
prairie; 70 ncres high brush land, Half of the
prairie can bo ploughed, nnd is all hard land,
2 miles from Railway Station.
HUve River Stock and Dairy Ranch.
This Ranoh consists of 887 acres of land, Ijcini;
Sections 438 and 497, Townships 14 and 1ft.
This property is situated on the Stave River
with a frontage on tlie Fraser Rivet, at which
?oint the C. 1'. R. Road passes through property.
hen U one large 2-stowy Prune Dwelling
House, hard finished, nearly new, worth 11,800.
This is elegantly situated on rising ground and
commands a view of tho C. i*. II., the Franer
Kiver and the surrounding neighborhood, Tho
greater part of the laud la Prairie, subject to
overflow, a good deal of tho high laud has heen
improved and fenced, and thero art a large
number of young Fruit Trees and the usual Out
Buildings tn the way of Barns, Ac. There is excellent Trout Fishing and Hunting on promises
and any party or Company seeking a Stock Farm
nr Dairy Ranoh could not be better situated.
(\ial cropping* of unusual promise have been
discovered on the Property. This ti to be secured at a bargain, and further particulars can
bo had of the undersigned or of Mr. Clement ■
Stlokneyat ffharnock station, who will* show
any intending purchaser over the same.
For further psrllculars apply tn
T. J. rKA "I,
New West,   i
gm-nt-Ttrs] titter Farms at  Ungley sad
otfeTaarrs «f the Hiilrist at private baigaia.
tMlltv
CASTORIA
far Infants and Children.
"B_-l.sumowril-d-pudnAlldesaU.-S I OHtorls core. Oollo, OaMftpetfoj,
___EHi!.u*T!,_lTD*i,am IS f^iimS*. 5Si?£2sw «
iMwawine."     H. A. Anosm, M. D.,        I      «stion,
IU So, OiXordSk, Brooklyn, N.Y.   | Without injurious medication.
The CEKMtm Compakt, 77 Hurray Street, N. Y.
LONDON MARKET.
FRONT STBEET, NKW WESTMINSTER.
S.  MANAHAN,
DEALER in ALL KINDS of FRESH and SALT MEAT
HAMS, BACON, SAUSAGE, BOLOGNAS, ETC.
tlfeito
British: Columbia: Meat: Market
Columbia Streot, Now AVcNtniiiiHter.
Van *Volkenburgh*Bros.
WHOLESALE AND liKTAI. BUTCHERS.
MEAT PURVEYORS IN GENERAL.    FH13SI1 AN'n G0RNE1) MEATS
ALWAYS ON HAND,
Sl»ei»l lines ijuotcil for Hie altlppliiB IVficIo,    Family orders _t.lot.ly nttcuded to.
Hotels will And it l« their intercut to I'luco lliolr orders Willi Ilic above I™1-
Moll. THE DAILY COLUMBIAN
MONDAY EVENING. JUNE 2. 1890.
New Advertisements This Day,
To the Electors James Punch
To the Electors C.b. Bword
Sotice E. 8. Scoullar A Co.
Spnce Reserved Hill ■£ Coat ham
Barristers nnd Solicitors Forln A Morrison
LOCAL   AND  PBOVINOIAL
Go to Grant's for Lacrosse Shoes. *tc
To rent, 5-rooin House. A.M. Herring.
Office supplies and fine stationery at
Lyal's. *tc
Pic-nic Baskets, Flower Baskets, etc.,
for sale at Lyal'B. *tc
Banjos, Guitars,. Violins, Organs,
I'innos, at Lyal's. *tc
Monevtoloau. Apply to Armstrong,
Eckstein A Gaynor. ilnpStc
All the churches in the city were well
attended yesterday.
Milk Shako at the City Bakory, 10 cts
a glass.   Give it a trial. *te
A large number of commercial mon
are in tlie City at present-
The court house is receiving its semiannual clearing up for the assizes.
A "House to Rent" is about the
scarcest thing in the city at the present
time.
Wanted—An engineer torun portable
engine. Apply at mice.—V. G. Stiuck-
i.an-d A Co. *te
City Council meets to-night in tlio
City Hall at 8 o'clock for tlio transaction
of business.
The professional card of Koriti A Morrison, barristora, etc., will be found in
another column.
Tlio Royal City market will be opened
on Saturday, ihe7th June, with a choice
selection of moats. *t5
A common, ordinary, everyday drunk
wus disposed of iu the Police Court this
morning iu the usual manner.
It rained incessantly from Suturday
night until to-dity. The weather does
not do things by halves in this country.
Messrs. Mowat -A. Sloan have some
choice 1-ncre and 2!j>*acre Brownsville
lots for sale. Prices range from $80 to
$250 per acre. " *te
Tbe New Westminster Trades nnd
Labor Council meets this evening in the
League Rooms over Bank of British Columbia, nt 8 :S0 o'clock.
A large number of boats were out lish-
ing last night. The catch was very
good, the quality of the lish taken being
equal to the best ever seen here.
The Northwestern Gold and Silver
Mining Co., with a capital stock of $1,-
000,000, and headquarters in Victoria,
haB been registered under the Companies Act.
A general meeting of tbe Lacrosse Club
will be held to-morrow (Tuesday) evening in the office of Mowat & Sloan, Columbia street. Every member expected
to be present. *t2
The river fell nearly eighteen inches
yesterday, the furthest this season.
The rain of Sunday and to-day will probably swell the current a little, but all
danger is now safety past.
Mr, J. C. Brown will be glad to meet
the electors of the city at Herring's
Opera House, to-morrow (Tuesday)
night, at 8 o'clock. Mi. Thos. Cunningham is invited to be present. *2t
Our correrpondent, who signs himself
"Where are tho Police?" must comply
with the usual conditions nnd furnish
his real name to this office, before his
communication can be published.
There will be considerable business of
importance to both senior and junior
teams brought before the general meet-
ing of the Lacrosse Club to-morrow
evening. A large attendance is requested.
J. P. Homier, the Wisconsin middleweight wrestler, threw L. M. Christol
with ease at the Standard theatre, Seattle, on Friday night for the receipts of
the house, in a mixed match of two
styles.
Owing to the erection of new poles
for the Telephone Company, the servjeo
will be slightly interrupted* at times for
a few days. By the end of the week
the system will bo in better condition
than ever. »tc
A number of Indian witnesses in the
Sunbury case indulged in a jollification
yesterday nnd the consequence was that
■they were up in tho police court this
morning. They were all remanded until to-morrow.
Somo residents of Sapperton think
that the old hand lire engine should bo
placed out there somewhere in n central
locality. Besides, thero are a sufficient
number of young men at Sapperton to
organize a fire brigade.
In the last issue of the British Columbia Gazette appears the application of
W. J. Gallagher, M. B. Wilkinson, and
Robt. W. Harris, all of Vancouver, for
incorporation as "The Telegram Printing and Publishing Co.
$0F Special inducements to subscribe
forboth Daily ond Weekly Columbian now. Daily to end of year (mailed), $4—regulnr price $8 per annum.
Weekly to end of year, %\—
regular price $2 per annum.
The election addresses of Messrs. .las.
Punch and C. B. Sword will he found in
thia paper. Both nre pithy, well considered documents, ns ia also the address
of Mr. Kitchen, published the other day,
and to be found in another column.
Tho spring assizes at Kamloops,
which open to-day promise to be of unusual interest. Besides the ordinary
business there is to be a breach of promise caso; another important case being
tbe trial of a prisoner charged with
murder.
A large party of Siwashes left this
morning on the first train for Arnncouvcr
to attend the great native excursion to
Sechelt to-day. The Indians bad their
brass band along with them and tbe
musicians discoursed sweetly as tho
train steamed out,
W. J. Morgan and Miss Annie (lakes
urrived over from the Sound last evening nud will at once go into training for
horse races in this city, Thoy have engaged board near tho driving park, and
will put in every available hour on tbe
track,—Sunday's Colonitt.
The Columbia street sidewalks wore
so crowded on Saturday evening thnt
any thing like speedy' progress along
them was difficult, and yot there are
some people who doubt thnt this city
has 8,000 inhabitants. Ton thousand
would be nearer the mark.
The small boat-house lying next the
C. P. N. dock completely collapsed on
Saturday night by being hoisted up on
tho plies on ono side and jammed
against the C. P. N. shed on tho other.
The boat wob fortunately removed a few
hours before the smash-up, and put in n
place of safety.
Mrs. Oliver, of Westminster, was presented with a very beautiful bouquet at
St. Andrew's church concert iu Vancouver on Thursday night, nnd it is understood that a very tempting otter lias
beon made tho lady to sing regularly in
that church. Her decision in the matter is not yet known.
On next Sunday evening, the Rev. J.
II. White, pastor of tlie Methodist
Church, will preach his farewell sermon
before leaving for bis new field of labor
over iu Nanalmo. Tho reverend gentleman will be succeeded by the Rev. K.
Robson. the new pastor, now of Vancouver, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Thoinfi
son.
A deposit of coal is reported to have
been found on Moresby Island. The
seam can bo traced on the surfneo for
over half a mile, nnd a few samples
taken out show that the coal Is of good
quality. Preparations aro to boat onco
made for a moro extensive prospect, ns
tbe only work so far has been to knock
oft'some of tbe surface lumps with a
hammer—Colonist,
CVIdran Cry for Pitcher's Castorla;
A large number of miners left Comox
Saturday and went to Victoria, says the
Nanaimo Free Press. When aBked the
cause of their leaving the Union mines,
they stated they had been "sacked,"
but were nt a loss to know what it was
for.
The Scots have a great meeting in the
Orange Hnll to-night for the purpose of
re-organizing the Caledonian and St.
Andrew's Society. An overflowing
meeting is expected as many have promised to be present. Some rousing
speeches have also been prepared and
there is every indication of an encouraging prospect for the future of this old
and honorable society.
The book-sellers and stationers have
adopted the half-holiday system and
close their places of business on Saturdays from 1 p. m. until 6 p. m. This
arrangement is to hold good for the summer months and will no doubt prove
most acceptable to the clerks aud other
employees, while not interfering with
busiuess. The hours of closing nre tbe
quietest of tlie day.
In regard to the meteorological phenomenon noted in last issue and commented on in the Church street morning
thunderer, it might be cogent to remark
that it is better to have "considerable
coagulated blood around the dexter
optic cord" (wc) than a lot of free, cheap
whisky and beer, got by bumming
around the City bar-rooms, a living tar-
;et for the question,  "what '11 you
A New Church.
A Methodist mission church for the
Indians has just been completed und is
situated right in tho heart of the "dismal
swamp" at the west end. The building
is small but pretty, and is intended for
the summer; it will accomodate about
one hundred persons, and is comfortably
fitted up inside. This frontier station of
the city church is to form tbe nucleus of
a large west end place of worship, to be
erected some time in tbe near future.
A fine broad sidewalk about ten feet
above the level of the swamp, leads
right up to the door of the church so
that no inconvenience will be experienced by those who wish to attend.
F
lORIX & MORRISON, Barristers and Solicitors.   Masonic Block,-New Westminster.
 djn2tc	
I
Tlie street enr shed is now up, but tbe
inside is yet to be completed. All tbo
machinery is now to hand and iB being
placed in position as quickly as possible.
I'iren have been put under tho boilers
aud the streetcars are to-day being unloaded from the railway cars at Can-all
Street, and put on the track. Notwithstanding all these preparations it is not
expected tliat tho cars will he running
for a fortnight yot anyway.—World of
Saturday.
Tho Rev. .1. H. Best, tbo lately Installed pnstor of the Olivet Baptist church,
preached 11in initial sermon to a large
congregation yesterday morning and
made a very favorable impression. On
Wednesday evening next an entertainment will be held in the church and it
will assume the form of a reception to
the new pastor and a farewell to Mr.
Fisher, who has so faithfully fulfilled
the duties of pastor since the resignation of Mr, Baldwin.
The two smartest steam launches on
the river, Mr. Benson's and the Rev.
Mr. Croucher's, had a slight trial of
speed oil Saturday, but tbe race was undecided owingto the Eirene, Mr. Croucher's boat, meeting with an accident to
her crunk-pin and having to put in
shore. Those who witnessed the race
say it was one of the most exciting
things they ever saw. The next regatta
committee might incorporate a steam
launch race iu their programme. Course
from Lulu Island to Ross-McLaren's
nnd I lack.
Convaraailonc.
A Church of England conversazione
will take place on Thursday evening
next, at St. Leonard's Hall, when it is
expected that some new features will be
introduced. The last one held by the
congregation of Holy Trinity church in
Herring's Opero House some time ago
waa a decided success, and it is n foregone conclusion that Thursday's conversazione will be all that is hoped for.
—-—•—*—•	
Mr. f'l.i „..<.)_..'■ Will.
Mr. John Chisholm went over to Victoria this afternoon by the steamer
Louise to consult the firm of Eberts A
Taylor concerning the legality of the
will of the late D. Chisholm. In conversation with a Columbian reporter
this morning Mr. Chisholm said he
would endeavor to have his brother's
will set aside on the ground that undue
influence had been brought to bear by
certain persons on the Tate Mr. Chis*-
holin, which caused him to show partiality when disposing of his property.
 ♦_*—•	
Sad Uaath.
At an early hour this morning Miss
May Giles, late of Victoria, died of galloping consumption at the residence of
Mr. George Mead, ou Columbia Street.
The deceased young lady, who was only
18 years of age and was nn adopted
daughter of Mrs. Giles, of Victoria, sister to Mrs. Mead, of this city, but n few
monliB Binco enjoyed tho very best of
health until a bad cold, contracted during tho la grippe season, ended in the
disease which caused her early demise.
The body was taken to Victoria this
afternoon by the Louise for interment.
—, *—» »—. ■
On*   Vear.
On Friday Inst, Alexander Ross, the
individual who tried to destroy the police station by fire a week ago, wos
brought up beforo Mr. Justice McCroight
under the Spoedy Trials Act, and, after
pleading guilty, was sentenced to imprisonment for one year in the provincial gaol. It appears tbat tbe unfortunate man has a chronic affection of
the ears causing complete deafness,
which rendered him wholly unable to
keep what few jobs he managed to obtain. He has therefore been arrested
several times both here and in Vancouver nn the one charge—vagrancy.
 • » ■» .♦—	
rresuntatlon.
On Wednesday evening last, Mr. F.
W. Harris bandmaster of tbe Delta
brass baud, Ladner's Landing, was presented with a handsome baton by the
members. The presentation was made
by Mr. F, Lord, honorary secretary,
with a suitable address. Mr. Harris,
replying, said ho hoped the time was
not far distant when Ladner's Landing
will be able to boast of as good a hand
ns tbo larger towns, which continued
energy nud renewed vigor would accomplish,and expressed hia determination to
stand by It as long as circumstances will
permit until such end la attained.
—,—» _» + —__.
Nhotttd t>« Htopi-ed.
On Saturday laat, during the pi-ogress
of the lacrosse match between the
seniors and juniors, at tho park, two
youngsters were noticed marching up
nud down a portion of the flower gonleu
recently laid out by Mr. P, Latham, at
the expense of the city, and were evidently highly delighted in doing so,
Notwithstanding the fact that there
was all tho rest of tho park, and, indeed,
all the forest as far buck aa Port Moody
on which the boys could play ub they
thought lit, yet they found it necessary
to trample down the seeds and plants
ou this small piece which haB been so
carefully tilled; and when told to desist
their mischievous work by a gentleman
who stood near by, ho was treated to a
shower of impudent threats which could
come only from the mouth of a Wostminster boy. The park keeper will take
the matter in hand in future and the
smalt boy, mischievously inclined, hnd
lietter take warning.
 1 » » .»   .. . .
What Might it Have Been l
While the morning local train from
Vancouver was approaching that portion
of Front street known aB Chinatown, a
Chinaman, who, judging from the appearance of Ids outer man must have
been a recent arrival from the flowery
kingdom, wished to affect a singularity
by stepping off the rear platform of the
lust couch, thereby saving himself the
trouble of u long walk from the depot
to bis place of abode, Not being accustomed to jumping on and off trains
while in motion John stepped off the
lower step with the left foot instead of
the right, touched the ground, whirled
around about 'steen times in the air
and landed upon the small island of hair
on the top of his bead directly across
tbo track. Tho well-shaken up Mongolian was not much injured, but had.
he jumped from one of the front platforms of tho train there is no doubt but
that we would have been obliged to
chronicle the circumstances of another
horrible accident.
NOTICE.
HAVING DISPOSED OF OUR NEW WEST-
minster business to Messrs, Cunningham
Bros., we therefore request an immediate settlement of all accounts owing to us, either by cash
or note. E. 8. SCOULLAR A CO.
New West., Mav 31,1890.
Ofllce: Masonic Block. dJrehvS
TO THE ELEOTORS OF
Now "Westminster District
See Ogle
& Co's
-STOCK OF-
l'ottr of the Commons Candidates.
Messrs. Ladner,. Townsend and Corbould, the Commons' candidates, have
organized to hold a series of public
meetings throughout New Westminster
district as follows:
Wednesday, 4th June, 10:30 a. in.—
Steveston Opera House; Richmond
Town Hall at 8:30 p. m.
Thursday, Bth June, 8 p. m.—Maple
Ridge Town Hall.
Friday, Oth June, 1:30 p. m.—Mission
school house; 8 a, in., Johnson's Landing school house.
Monday, Oth June, 8 p. tn.—Chilliwack.
Tuesday, 10th Juno, 1:30 p. in.—Mac-
lure's house; 0:30 p. in., York's house.
Friday, 13th June, 2 p. m.—Lehman's
Landing school house; 8 p, m., Shor-
treed's houso, Aldergrovo.
Saturday, 14th June, 11 a. in.—Langley Prairiu school house; 8 p. in., Langley Town Hall.
Monday, 10th June, 10 it. in.—Surrey
Centro; 8 p. m., Dolta Town Hall.
Tttoflday, 17th June, 2 p. tn.—Port
Moody; 8 p. in., Vancouver.
Wednesday, 18th June, 8 p. in,—Now
Westminster.
Dashed to Flecon.
C. Redmond, the famous roronaut nnd
parachute jumper with McMahon'H
circus, was instantly killed the other
eveningat Snohomish, Wash. He made
a splendid ascension, but the balloon
was carried awny to the east of the
town, whero it lit on a very large pine
tree. Redmond wns thrown out and fell
fully seventy feet, killing him instantly.
Before going up be snid it was the most
dangerous piece of coun trv he had ascended from, and ho bade good-bye to
some friends who were with him. Many
will remember Redmond's daring as-
ccnt here from the circus grounds in
this City last week. His ascent here
was a very fine one and his feats on the
bar when in mid-air about 1,000 feet
wero admired by every spectator of the
daring feat. His descent here was made
in perfect safety and ho received a
shower of congratulations on his arrival
on terra jlrma. It is understood that
Redmond's neck wns broken when he
alighted from the tree at Snohomish.
The authorities in England have interfered to prevent such hazardous exhibitions and those of the United States and
Canada might do worse than follow the
example.
The Inter-Urban Tramway.
The promoters of the Westminster
and Vancouver Electric Street Railway
Company held a meeting in the score-
retary's office on Saturday evening.
The object of the meeting was principally the election of a hoard of directors
and the appointment of general oflieers.
The following gentlemen were elected as
directors: Mr. D. Oppeuheimer, of
Vancouver, president of the board; S.
Oppenbeimer, Vancouver; U. Douglas,
H.V.Edmonds, 13. A. Jenns, WestmlnBter. The followinggentlemen were
elected us oflieers: Secretary, Mr. S.
T. Mcintosh; treasurer, Mr. J. G.
Juques; bankers, the Bunk of B. C.;
solicitors, Messrs. Armstrong, Eckstein
& Gaynor. A committee wns appointed
todraft a constitution and by-laws. It was
arranged that a general meeting of the
company will be held ou Saturday,
June 7; and in the meantime arrangements for taking the preliminary surveys of the line will be made. The principal matter for consideration at the next
meeting will be the question of tlio survey, lho officers were directed to open
up the hooks nud get tbe company's affairs iuto good running order, so that
the directors tuny lay their plans ut the
noxt meeting. A general talk over of
matters iu the interests of tlie company
was indulged in and the meeting then
adjourned until the 7th. It is reported
that tho work of building tho track will
bo commenced at an early date, and the
prospects for having the cars running
before vety long, are bright.
GENTLEMEN:—I heg to announce myself ns
an independent candidate for the Legislative
Assembly at the coming election.
As most of you nre aware, 1 flm an old resident
of the District, aud largely Interested in its
growth and prosperity.
I am in favor of the division of the District
into ridings, and shall insist upon our having
ourfoir sharo of representation, according to
our population and resources, in the Legislature.
Asthls District contributes very largely to the
revenue, It is clearly entitled to large appropriations for public works, and substantial grants to
the vnrious municipalities.
I am a strong advocate of n froetrafllc bridge
aeross the Frasor at Brownsville, and should
urge that tbo Uovernment subsidise that work,
and I should also press for the construction of n
bridge across tlio Pitt River.
I am utterly opposed to the Immigration of
Chinese, and their employment on public works
of any character.
I am strongly in favor of borro .ring the money
necessary to develop the agricultural country by
opening up roads along tho section lines.
I should advocate any reasonable assistance
ton railway from Hope down the south sido ol
the Fraser, as such it line would give a vast impetus to the development of our District.
If you do mo tbe honor to elent mc I shall do
my best to advnucc our Interests in these and
oilier matters,
I am, Gentlemen,
Yours sincerely.
JAMES PUNCH.
Brownsville, Surrey, May m, lsuo.   jnadwtd
WANTED.
A'.AU.OIIKSS,  Apply Immediately In
J. S. .MAN" 	
WANTED.
Ail   Owner  Wnuted.
Chief Sheppard having communicated
with the chief of police at New Westminster, with respect to au English
chronometer which had been lost by its
owner, received a reply that "the watch
iu their possession was a new P. S. Bart-
lett Waltham, in gold case, with n chain,
apparently of gold, with flat links, somewhat carved, in tbo centro of the link
being a square black inset aud having a
small stone in the middle. There was
also attached a square locket, opening
iu tho centre.". It is thought the man
in whose possession the jewelry was
found was in company with tho circus.
He is now in jail undergoing punishment for some offence. The chief will
be glad if any one having any claim on
these articles will communicate with
him.—Sunday's Colonist.
When Baby mu lick, wo gara her Castorla.
Whan aha «raa a Child, ahe cried for Castorla.
Whan ahe became Miss, alio clung to Castorla.
Whan ahe had Children, alio gave them Castorlk,
SUMMER CLOTHING
FANCY FLANNEL & SILK SUMMER COATS.
BLACK ALPACA COATS.
LINEN COATS, Boy.' and Men'..
SEERSUCKER COATS.
WHITE PIQUE VESTS.
FANCY FLANNEL VESTS.
FANCY SILK VESTS.
WHITE ,fc FANCY FLANNEL & SILK SHIRTS,
And the largest stock of Outing Garments
in the City.
Another shipment of Boys' and Children's good,
serviceable, Orey Halifax Tweed Suits; also,
Bine Serge Suits, speoial value.
See our stock of Men's Summer Tweed
Suits, Straw Hats, &c, &a.
NEW SPRING GOODS!
Just Opened by
Jas.EllarchCo
Douglas St.
FOR SALE OR TO LEASE
GUtOCERY   STORK   WITH   I1AKEUY   AND
r dwelling .o.iblned.  l-'or further particulars apply ut this ofllce. 0iuy_9tc:
House for Sale Cheap.
A HOUSE   CONTAINING   EIGHT   ROOMS,
oh Clinton Street: .bargain foroash.  Apply to MURRAY & OREIU,
aro v7tc Columbia Street.
ENGINEER WANTED.
WANTED-A  CERTIFICATED   ENGINEER
M     for the .Str. Adelaide.   Apply to
iirunette Sawmills.
New Westmlnstor, May ft,
First Anniversary K. of P.
O
X JUNE UTH, IX ST. LEONARD'S HALL,
llishop Sillitoe will deliver u public lecture
. iiwi,
Secretary.
^HNTED,   fi
RELIABLE MEX TO ESTABLISH LODGES
nf the oi.i.Fi. of Canadian Homk Cikci.es.
To responsible parties liberal terms will be
oft'oral. Tho Onler Is a purely Canadian institution, has now over r,,loo members, graded
assessments uccorditif; toaueut initiation, sick
and total disability benefits, and will recommend Itself to every man who has need of benefits, ut actunl cost, For terms nnd particulars,
apply to Rbv. John Ray, Supreme Lender,'
Hrnntfiml, Onl.; I'tiiuu' M. Pattihon, Supreme Orgiu.li.er, Watorford, Out.; John 11.
FitKEMAN, M. V, 1'., Fast Supreme Leader, Sim-
coo, Out.; A'. J.Fattison, Supremo Secretary,
Toronto. dmvKMeonsat
TO THE ELECTORS OF
New Westminster City
(.iKXTLEMl'.X .-Owing to pressure of business
I feel Unit I cannot possibly give that time and
attention to Public business that yonr representative should do, I therefore withdraw from
tha contest, I sincerely thank the large number
of friends who huve promised me their support
nml intlui'iii'i'. nml perhaps In the nenr future I
will be in a position to servo yon.
I um, (icntlciiH.ii.
Your DiK'illeni Servant,
E. S. SCOULLAR.
-May 23nd, WW. dmySUc
POIXGDKSTRE & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail
TOBACCONISTS
CHOICE 11RANDS OK
IMPORTED  CIGARS.
Fluent  Cigarettes,
Fancy Importiil PIPES,POUCnES.CiaARETlE
. CIGAR CASES, SMOKING CArS, ETC.
Choice English Smoking Tobaccos.
Next lloor tn Woods .. Policy's Real
Kstnto Otncc,
COI.UM11IA STREET,      NEW WESTMINSTER,
dfaltu
WESTMINSTER'S LEADING DRUGSTORE
Telephone 57.    %M Hell A.ltii_H«.
_   meet everv Wednesday oveuiiur nt a o'clock
hi the Orange Hall, comer Royal Avenue and
John Streets.   Members! please notice lliechinure
of mooting plnce—DKHJ. Hi'ltii, He.-. See.
•In..  i
TO THE ELEOTORS OF
New Westminster Distriot
GENTLEMEN:-! oll'cr myself as ucandidate
lo represent you In the I'rovini-inl I^-gislnture.
on the plntform tmtrgestfd by the Mainland As-
-nictation, free from any pledge to either party.
I hold myself nt Uberiv to niveau independent support to any Government Hint may be
chosen liy tho people. As an elector, 1 think
the District would mnke a mistake should the
electors condone last -session's Redistribution
BUI, by returning cither thu Hon. Mr. Robson,
or candidates hampered by pledges to Mippnri
his Government, ns representative.) of this constituency.
Mr. Rotison is standing for Cariboo as well us
for Westminster District, so there is no need to
fear that the Province will he deprived of his
services should tho mnlorltv iu the elcclom
agree wilh me on this point.
I am In favor of dividing Westminster District
Into rldhirfs.
Auymeasurcs thatuppear tomelo be for the
bandit of the Province would have mv support,
and I think that somo safo selicmo might lie devised by which tho credit of the Province might
be lent for local Improvements.
ThO contract system ought to bo more strictly
carried out.
I should nlso llko lo seo some modification of
tho municipal system, by which localities out-
sido of municipalities miKlit have more direct
control of tho expenditures In their neighborhoods, so ns to secure the most oconomicnl nnd
eilh'lcnt disposal of sncli fundi, nnd relievo Ibe
central Government from the invidious tusk of
deciding between different claims.
Speculation In wild lauds, whether lumber,
agricultural, or mineral, should be discouraged.
Should you elect mo I will do my dutv to the
best of my ability, nml trust you wilt give me
credit for houcsty of purpose, even should you
dissent from my Judgment.
Your Obedient Servant,
('. II. SWORD.
MuiHi|iii, May .10, mm. djn'Jtd-wtd
A BARGAINJN LAND.
ONE   HUNDRED  ACRES OU  KIRST-CUSS
Agricultural I.iiihI un Iho hinders of the
Townsite of Port Moody.
T)ii-i Is n great chanec, ns the properly must
be disposed ol quickly.
For further particulars apply to
s.V. LEI
inyMilwlm
... ..-KMAN.
Port Moody, B. C.
SPONGES,
TICLES,
TOILET AR
Climax Cough Cure
PHYSICIANS'
PRESCRIPTIONS
CAREPULL"'
-mptly attended to
DISPENSED
Orders by Mail pr
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a  H
ST. LEONARD'S HALL
WILL HE OPENED ON
Tuesday Evening, June 3rd,
—with a—
CONCERT
—BY THE—
Westminster Choral Union
PKOOKI.DS FOK 11 UII.DING FUND
Admission,   -    -   Fifty Cents.
TICKETS AT THE USUAL STOKES.
Uuors Open at s. Commence at a:B0
dmyHtil
.Ogle,Campbell»Co
LEADING CLOTHIERS * OUTFITTERS.
Grant & Maoluie's Old Stand, Columbia Street
New Westminster.
^EE OUR LARGE STOCK of House
Furnishings. Everything in Carpets, Curtains, Oil Cloths, Window
Blinds, Curtain Poles.
S1
Special line of CHENILLE CURTAINS and
PORTIERRES, in now shades; just received.-
Also—ART MUSLINS.
Another shipment of WOOL and UNION
CARPETS just opened.
Our SHEETINGS, COTTONS and LINENS
were bought right,; nn immense stock ; lowest
prices.
consisting of
Fine Printed Ohalli, All Wool Delaines, Brocaded Lustres, All Wool
Cashmeres in new shades.
Fine French Sateens, Zephyrs in all
colors, All Over and Narrow Embroideries to match.
New Styles in'
Art Muslin, Lace, Tunis, Lyoi
and Morocco Curtains.
Fine Assortment In
New Table Linens, Side Board Co\
ers, Napkins, Toilet Covers, Quilt
and Counterpanes.
Also.
Parasols, Gloves, both Kid and Sill
in new shades.
Ogle,Campbelli Freeman
THE LEADING DRY COOD8 HOUSE,
Masonic Block.
dwte
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
ARMSTRONG BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET.
Telephone Call IS. Goods delivered in any part ot the city,
dwlelto
TELEPHONE NO. 83.
QUEEN'S HOTEL BLOOK.
T.K. MUIR SCO.
Chemists 6c Druggists,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
FINE TOILET SOAl'S,
SPONGES,
BRUSHES,
COMBS,
SACHET POWDERS,
PERFUMES.
McLean & Morrison,
SUCCESSORS TO Al. SINCLAIR.
Groceries,  Provisions,  Etc,
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE a specialty,
PROMPT DELIVERY. TELEPHONE CALL 110.
HOLBROOK BLOCK, OOLUMBIA STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
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 at the Lowest Living Prices.   Call early aud inspeot our Stook.
GORDON St CO.
dwmy7to Sion of the Buffalo, Columbia St., N. .V.
THE "PLANET JR."
Farm and Garden Tools
Combined Drill, Wheel Hoe, Cultivator,
Rake and Plow.
H FULL HNS   NOW  IN STOCK.
F. G. STRICKLAND & CO'Y.
FKONT STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
N OTICE;
Owing to my increase of business I am obliged to
remove to larger Ware-rooms, which I havo leased on Douglas Streot (a few doors
from Columbia St.), whore I will pleased to show my extensive stork of Parlor,
IHnliiK nnd Bed-room Furniture of every description.
Thanking you for past favors, and hoping for a continuance of the same, I um
yours respectfully,
P.   PEEBLES.
tOBDKR WORK AND FINE UPBOUTERINO A IPECIALTY.
U-iUMSiU'WlHi
New Spring Millineryl
Trimmings, Feathers, Flowers, Etc.
dwfeltc
CLOBE  HOUSE.
NEW SPRING GOOD!
We are now showing a complete line of
Ladies' Jackets, Lace and Jetted Visites,
Chenille Clouds, White and Colored Blouses,
Fancy Aprons, Lace Scarfs, Parasols,
Embroideries, and the latest Novelties in
Millinery, Ribbons, Feathers, and an elegant linej
Wreaths and Flowers.
jEyNowhcre in New Westminster, we care not under 1
pretext the goods are sold, can the readers of The Columb
And such genuine value as at the Glows House.
<i*'«i» Mrs. WM. RAE.
NHSML     BflL
For Catarrh and Cold in the Head.
Wholesale A Retail Agents:
D. S. CURTIS &CO., Druggis|
II. Lmirance Ky.-UUss.s * 8|>«_t«el_s. N6W WCStlTlIflSlBT, Da
dwteltt
W. & O. WOLFENDEN]
IN THK BUSHBY BLOOK,
Have Re-Opened with an Entirely New Stock j
Groceries, Provisions, Etc|
New Goods are arriving daily and when complete the stock
compare favorably with any in the Provinco for quality!
of goods and lowness of price.
All Goods Delivered to any Part of the Cit;
Telephone $7.   P. 0. Box »■_.
AU   BON   MARCH
SPECIAL   BARGAINS IN
Dress Good
Having jnst opened out a fine line of Cashme_|
Henriettas, Serges, Silk Mixtures, Dress
Robes,  &o., &o.
.»,„ H. B. SHADWELL A OO.

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