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 COLUMBIAN   SUPPLEMENT.
VOLUME VriT.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, JUNE 24, 1890.
NUMBER 121-
—A  CASE  OF   BLUFF.
How a Cool M n Won Twenty-Two Hun* j
rtrod Dollars ut I'oker.
A little garao of draw played at one
of. the leading hotels in Denver has boon
a subject of interest to semi-sports late-;
ly, says tho Chicago Tlmos. Tho players
were prominent men—ono a leading and
wealthy oattlo-tnan of Colorado,  whose
figure has only recently assumed nldor-
manic proportions;  one a Congressman
from Georgia, and the third a scion of
the cotton aristocracy of New Orleans. ,
A throe days' siege was agreed to.   A
room was engaged and o.lllcc hours arranged.   They were to begin playing at
one o'clock in tlio afternoon and quit.
promptly at ten.   Lunch wits served in
the room, and a. new deck wns to be used \
for ench deal.   The limit was placed at j
§100, but it was optional with any one |
of tho trio todeclaro tbo limit o(T at any
time.   The Ilrst day's play resulted in
favor of no ono particularly, but the
very first  hand  dealt  on   the second
afternoon found two sots of threes and,
a four flush  out.     Tlio  blondo  from
Now  Orleans  had   three   and   knew
what    they    wore     worth,     so     ho* j
opened    hor    up    for    S100.      Tbo:
big fellow tyom Colorado had tbo samo
sort of a temper, and promptly knocked i
off the limit by depositing §500 worth '
of ivory on tbe   table.   Our Congress-1
man with tbo anxious faco looked sol-1
omn, but bad not dreamed of any black
oatfj, so ho "saw" what was going on. |
In tbe draw Mr.   N, did not improve i
things, but lookod as oxpressivo as a j
last year's base ball.  Tho Colorado man \
made fours, and tho Congressman got
the right color and shape. Ono hundred ]
wont uit as a feelot.   Mr. Long Horn !
mado it an ovon 3300.   Tbo Georgian
thought an aco-ilush good, and raised
nim §500 moro.   Mr. jr. laid his cards '
lown on tbo table.
''Is my papor good, gentlemen?"
"Certainly," was the reply.
In a moment moro a check for §5,000
ay on tho table. The silenco was sad-
■ loning. Cattle were not very high tbat
year, and four ten-spots woro quietly
laid down. 'Tbo Congressman from:
Georgia thought so, too, and bis beautiful fltifih joined the discards. Mr. N.
coolly niked in the £3,200 pot and passed
his band over to mo. IIo had threo
duces.
__ Mary Street. Lord's. Day Services at 11
a. in. and 7 p. in. Sabbntb School nnd Bible Class
at 2;:I0 p. m. All seals free; strangers cordially
welt■mned.-Rey.J. II. Besi. pastor.
METIIomSTCiUIKl II, Mnry Street. Rev.
J. H.White. Pastor. Services ot 11 a. iu.
ami 7 p. in. Sunday School ami Bible Cluss _!::I0
p.m. 1'1'nver Meetiui: on Tliursiitivs nl 7::i()p.ni.
*-.:itsf..i    smu_,_.i-*eiml:aii\ nivtud
/tlU'ltCIt OF KN(iI,ANl>.—HOLV TUIX-
\J ITY Clll'i.Cii: Kcetor, The Rishop. S.
MA.JY'SCHIIUCH: Rector, The Veil. Archdeacon Woods. Services in bulb churches everu
dan.   All scats fan:.   Both  churches open all
I_).lES_.YTt.ltIAN    CHIHtCII    (ST.    AN-
I DREW'S), corner Carnarvon ami Blackwood Sis. Rev. Tims. Scouler, pot tor. Services
ul 11 «. in. ami 7 p. in.; sumluy N-Imm and Itible
Class ol 2.:ni p.jiu I'raycr Mcctlimon Tliui-sihiv
17fith Edition Now
Reodv. A hook of
over 200 pages, giving moro iiiformu-
* * - to ad-
ou    any
NEWSPAPER
ADVERTISING |i|S£
ition over Issued. It giv_
y newspaper published, having a
circulation rating lu the American Newspaper
Directory of more than aft.olM copies each Issue,
with Ihe cost perline for udvevtis'.ng in them.
A list of tbe best pniicrs of local circulation. In
everv cilv nnd town of more than >,0(H) population with prices by tlie inch for one month.
Special lists cf duilv, country, village and class
papers. Bargain oilers of value lo small advertisers or those wishing to experiment judiciously with a small amount ol noiicy. Shows
conclusively "how to get the inos service for
the money," etc., etc. Sent post taid to anv ud-
"     -* Add;      '■     " "	
Agents, 10 Spruce
ml
Advi
v Vo-1; t'l
Uev. Tims, llo.liloii, li.'l").", Hector:- "Services
;SVffi"R.«J..'^,S^r.t,,,T.,S?
cvenlliU' service til T::•«.   Seals free; all ure cor-
I."   OK  I'.-IIOVAI. I.ulHiK NO.C.   Retrulnr
dmyHOinl
A.V
tlrst and thin] Wed;
UT   LORD   DUFFERIN, SO.
:ot.   The rcgulm inceti»-■.- nf the above
tlie  .'oivnL-I's'  Hull, on the ■
tit, at s
p, m.-.lNo. M'*Mi:i'i'HY.Senr., P. C It.
riALKDONIA & ST. AMHIEIV'H S.OCI-
V' KTY.—The regular cedillas of thisusso-
1  '* held on  Ihe lust Tuesday oi
NOTICE
I VTOTICI. IS HEREBY OlVENflTAT 00 DAYS
I IN afiei-iluie I intend i.iiii.ingupplifiitl(Mi lo
I the Cblef » oiiiinissimiei- of l.a._L. and Works
' for pi>niii.sf,.ii i«, pnrehase ihe following de-
! scribed Inml^ situate In Howe Souid, District of
' New We.-lniinsief, via.:
(*.), The Island  known a* Ceiuiv Island, sit-
, uute due south of Anvil Island.
(■.'). The two  small  Islands l.rmvii as Twin
Moiiih, situate south of HmS.-W.voinl of (.iam-
- bier Island.
(:i). Also a tract commencing bu the West
shore of Howe Bound, uboilt duo north of Wool-
rldge Island, thence West -j-u chains. North -III
1 clutins. East io shore line, tbei Houth-West-
I erly alone Bhoro line to point of commence-
i ment, to include the two wulcrfulis, and con-
; tulninglliO acres more or less.
WAKD STtiUTKHFOHT,
Dissolution of Partnership.
NOTICE   IS   HEREBY   GIVEN   THAT   the
firm of Sireet A Thompson, contractors
and builders, has  heen dissolved this day by
mutual consent, and the business will bc carried on until further notice by It. A. Thompson.
,, W. it. STIM.KT.
,(3ignea) jn  A< Thompson.
 djiilOml	
Re Estate of tlie Late James Lindsay.
THE ABOVE ESTATE REQUESTS ALL l'Eil-
sons indebted or buying hi their possession
property belonging to tbe estate to report the
same to the undersigned.
All persons having claims against the estate
of .bones Lindsay (d used) will either liiind in
to me or forward lo .tons Jliiwi.i.N. Barkerville,
B.C., nn or hofore tho 38th June, 18110, au Itemised
slutemenl of  tbe sume.
JOHN McKRNNF.Y,
Executor.
Port Hainmond,27tli May, 18B0,        tlniy27inl
Canadian Pacific Railway
PACIFIC DIVISION.
lieiieral
Superintendent's Office,
CAUTION.
By I
■ agun
Woods, Toiikei: Jt 0AM1U.E.
TIPS  ON  TABLE  TOPICS.
If wink is sorved, do not attract the
attention of overy ono to tbe fact that
you do not drink it. Tbe time for a
teinperanuo lecture Is not at the table of
a friond who has dono you tho honor to
invito you to hor houso. Qulotly shake
your head und let tbe matter rest.
In the old country you begin to eat as
soon ns you tiro bolpod, but in Araorlca
it is better tasto to waitvntil tho others
aro ready. This Is a mooted question;
different localities havo different customs. Do not ask for a second help of
any thing at a dinner party. Of courso
at home and whero there Is but one
principal dish this rule is not obeyed.
Always talto tho food offered in a
courso, oven if you not wish to oat it.
Itis much better to qulotly wait and
talk whilo the others eat than to call
tho attention of tho wbolo table to your
likes and dislikes. Never pile up your
small dishes'ipon your plato whon the
servant come;) to romovo them. Novor
fold your napkin unless you aro making
a stay in tbe house and havo a napkin
• ring provided for you.
Lettuce, when sorvod without dressing, is always pulled to pieces with the
lingers. W'uii'i' cross is also takon in
tho fingers. It Is usually served In a
shallow basket, or dish, upon a folded
napkin, which covers tbo bottom and
sides Heaped up with tho delicate
green horb it makes a very ornamental
dish. Asparagus is oaton both with a
fork and also witli tbo fingers. But tho
former is perhaps tho most ologant way.
Celery is always taken from tbo dish
with tho lingers
If individual salts aro not used then
tako somo stilt from tlie large salt stand
aud place It on tbo corner of your but-
tor-plate or on your plate. Whon corn
is served on tlio cob, tako it in tho fin- '
gers. Some housekeepers provide little
doilies for tlio purpose. Tho etiquette
of euting u soft-boiled egg is rather a
vexed question. Tho English eat itdi- i
roctly from tho sholl.iisinga cup made to
hold tbo egg upright and steady. Americans usually break tbo egg into a cup.
Hi-: careful not to monopolize the
table talk. Do not interrupt others. If
you aro a dyspoptic do not talk of what
does or doos not agree with you, but
quietly oat what you can, and Bay nothing about it. I know a celebrated man
who eats nothing .but potatoes, crackers
and chocolate. Hut so nicely does bo
manage, in chatting gaily, and making
jokes whilo tho others eat, that vory
fow peoplo bavo obsorvedhis scrupulous i
care as to diet, and ho Is ono of the most
delightful "diners-out" that I ovor ■
know.
It is always proper to help yourself to j
bread, cheeso and lump sugar with your |
fingers, if tongs are not provided. Novor
uso your own fork or knife or spoon to
tako from tho common dish. If a plato
of hot, unbroken biscuit is passed, you
may break one off with your fingers, and
also for your neighbor. Whon dishes
are passed, help yourself as quickly as
possible, and novor insist on somo ono
having it first. It is supposed that tho
carver knows what be intends for each
guest, so you must take the plate tbat Is
offered by tho waiter.
>«&&. '•  °*  "•   F*"NKw   WiSSTMlN-
v^Oi£#, STKK LODGE NO. !!.—The regu-
'';v/-.' lar meet lues of this Lodgo are
held at ihe I Hd;i-I|..v s* Hull -very Friday even-
in'-'nt x o'clock. Vlsiiim. btellnvii cordially Invited it. atleild.-'l   t'YI.I.N   1 :■:   See
r.i (INION I-OJKil_NO.it, A. V.& A.M.
C.^V Tbe ruKiihir meetings of tliis Lodgq
C'.:::i^ are held in the Masonic Temple oil
-VH>    the Ilrst Wednesday in :'u;-h month, ul
iM.A.tn OF TIIADE.—Board Itoom, Odd
i>   Fellows'  Uriel;  Bloel; .up-smiis).   <•,.„„, ii
meets nil the Ilrst Wednesday m curb i lii.u!
■i p. in.    l_i:.::irllv lueeiilies oil i!;e-Jilii-i of 1'el,.,
,M:y, An* und Nov., at  -;-(0p. m    New mem-
l-treels.   The l.oval Teiiip.-nin.-e   l.e-.ion  meets
TIME TABLE.
Str. ROBERT DUNSMUIR
I EAVES WESTMINSTER EVERY  MONDAY
j iimrnini: ut i; o'clock for Nanuiino, via Vancouver, retuniiiiir Tuesday, via Vancouver.
Leaves West mi nster every Wednesday al 7 u.m.
for Nanalmo direct, connecting with Island
railway and Comox steamer.
Leaves Naiiiilmo on Saturday at 7 a.m. for
Westminsler direct.
Owners; and masters of vessels and
other Crni'l liavbiuliii.: tbe Fraser Itlver are
cautioned to keep within tbe Buoys painted Red
and White, respectively, at the Mission Bridge,
itsdiirliif. Ihe ei.nstrueilon of the Bridge, navigation betwi.cn the banks of the River aiiil the
Buovs Is daneerous, uwiiij,' to piles bet tiff driven
there. IL ABBOTT",
licuerul Sllpei-llltelldellt.
Vancouver, B.C., 7th May, 18811, dinySte
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT 00 DAYS
after date 1 intend to apply to the 'Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to purchase 'JOu acres (more or less) of pastoral lands situate on Humphrey Channel, Dc.io-
lation Sound, New Westminster District, and
described as follows: "Commencinii from post
marked N.W. II. .t I,.; thence Enst _!0 chains,
thence north 80 chains, io Sea Beach; thence
south iiloiij,' Sen Bench about 2 miles, to post
marked II. £ U; thence aloiifi line KI chains
north to place of commencement.
T. II. 1'IERCEY.
Comox. liith May, 18HU. dmv20m2
W. R. AUSTIN'S
Douglas Street Nursery
ITAVINCl I'IKCIIASED THE ABOVE WEI
J K    known business from Mr. 1-uthnm, I won
uud
Window and Bedding Plants,
Roses in Pots, for bouse or garden,
Calln Lilies &Begonias fcheap)
Parlies Intcndlm: to plout wlll please call and
inspect before pnrcliiialuij elsewhere.
ijj^r- Bouquets and Designs made to order.
H. (i. TIUY.
ilifHi
Have Just Received
Fresh Creamer; and Roll Butter.  Extra Quality.
Also Frosli Groceries uml General Provisions.
Uoods delivered to any port of tbe city free,
cor. Columbia and Douglas sts.
dfeltc NEW WESTMINSTER.
■EMM
FARM PRODUCE.
Hard-wood, Fir, Bark,
&e., &c., &e.
LEAVE   OKDElik  AND SETTLE   ACCOUNTS
. AT AUSTIN'S WHARF.
"  ■ dleltc
NEW WELLINGTON
O COAL O COAL JPi COAL L*
pONSUMERS OF NEW WELLINGTON COAL
^ will remember that lu addition lo its being
yery much harder und cleaner than any other
in ibe market, they get the i-ull advantage of
dealing direct with the Colliery.
SOLE AOENT:     .1. W. €KEIGHTON,
Wkuutbr's WiiAiir.
Telephone 105.—?. O. Box 170.
Orders may also be given to W.E.DICKINSON, Front Sireel. dapDte
Central Hotel
Con. Coi.rMitiA & Douglas Sts.
JAMES CASH, • PROP.
j RATES, $1.00  AND 11.60 PEE DAY.
ACCORDING TO ROOM.
OldWellington
The Best Coal on the Pacific Coast,
FROM THE DUNSMUIR MINES.
I or sule by     H. El-LIOTT,
On Ewen's Whaf f.
Order, left ill Hie Stt.r. of w. McCOI.T,, dolum-
bla Stroet, or nl myolBce will receive iiiuneilliite
nttentloii.
Now Westmlnstor, April 11.18110.      ilapl.yl
New Westminster Water Commission.
"p.'ni. of MONDAY, UtViJuly, prox.." lor
the supplying of
" MATERIAL FOR THE MAIN PIPE "
j And for the work of
"HAklM! \i\\ UYINli THU MAIN I'll'E,"
j Of the New Westminster Water Works.
spiTincnti insure to be seen ut the Engineer's
Ofllce, City lltitl. und ut the olllcoaof the Montreal Star, Montreal; Hand Bros., Hi" Cannon
St., London; iuul J, K. Wuldie.Wi Waterloo St.,
jfff"Spt>cinl RutcB by tho'Week or!
Month.     ' dfeltc   j
New Westminster. May 1st, 1W0.   tlwmylOlo
To SmokersjJos. M. Wise,
JNO. S. OOX,
 ^M Proprietor.
IMPORTER AND BREEDER OF FANCY
I I'til'LTUY and other l'ET STOCK, com.
[irislug! Light ItriihuutH, I'lirti-ldge Coeh-
litit, I'lyoi-.olli KocU, Ithick Miiioi-ciirt,
iMilu- Cri-Htod Itluek I'olniols. iiolden
I'olin.ds, While Fuci-d ttlnek S)iaiiiali,
silver I'emdlled llnmltui-gH, HoikIiuim,
I Unci. It i>il Ouioeo, Tit On ill OH, K.nieii
DiiekH,   !t;il.hits.
TWENTY FII1ST I'RIZKri invurded at ins|
I'lovincinl Kxhlhltmii.
Fowls and Ej_i:s in season. For partieuhiis
addretui. . JNO. s, cox,
(IwnillSOlQ      London St,. New Wesintlnster.
IV YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD CIGAR
 ASK KOI.TIIK	
British Lion,
Mainland ...
; Henry Lee.
1 Thev are not onlv made of the CHOICEST
TORU'CO, bill thev arc of HOME MANUFACTURE, und should he patronized by all good
jt>Mmi*' WM. TIETJEN,
MANOFAcrunan
1 Ifulbraok Ituililiiig. Columliiti St.,
!    dwmhlBte New Westminster
Newton &l Meyer
QUICKTIME
 -TO	
SAN FRANCISCO
And All paints In CALIFORNIA, via the
COAL and WOOD
A Large Supply Constantly on Hand.
JEBPOrtlt is k-ftat the ofllce of Messrs.
Mathers A SI illigau, Commission Merchants, Front Street, will have prompt
attention. JOS. M. WISE.
City Bakery!
MT.S11ASTA ROl'TEofthe
(SUCCISSSORS TO M. CANNIFF)
Mnniifiietuvcisit Im pollers of
HARNESS,   SADDLES,
Bridles, Whips, Spurs, &c.
».,
HAVING A Tlloitol'Ull ]\NOW|,i;i)(iE OF
Hit* business we are piepavcd lo turn out
imv work liiour Hue. All orders inomptly itt-
leuded lo uud ivoil; -.'iiaruutced to he llrsl-i'lass.
i'rices lo mill,
FltONT ST.  next to Holbrook House)
■hvnplltc    •        NEW WES'l MINSTER  B C
Southern PacificComp'y
I The Great Highway THROUGH CALIFORNIA J
to All Points EAST aud SOUTH,
| THE SCENIC ROUTE OF THE PACIFIC COAST. |
! PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
' I'ullmuti TourNt Sleeping Curs utluehcil  to
Express Trains, al.brdmi: Miperlorueeoinnio
j    OiitloilstorSEt'OND-CbASS I'ASSKNOURS.
i    For rules, tickets, sleeping ear **.servatlon
j etc., call upon or address
THOS. A. ORAHAM,
District Passenger Agent,
110 South 10th St., Tacoma, Wash
I K. 1'. ROGERS, Asst.-uen'l Freight i.nd Pawetl
I   ger Agent, I 3kti,akd, On. mo
LEADING BREAD AND CAKE ESTABLISHMENT IN THE CITY.
FRESH and" FMCY BREAD
Pastry and Confectionery
CON'STAXTLY ON  HASH.
Wedding Cakes a Specialty,
All orders promptly attended to.   A Delivery
Carl in connection with the business.
City Rakery—Nkxt Doon to FiltB Station
Kl.KI'HONK CALL12L dte
Jiltap1
Enst of Coloyiiil Hotel,
Has just received a full line o( tlie latest designs In
Suitings & Fancy Worsteds,
And l_ pri'imri.1 tu mako i.]> clotlic. In nny sly It;
lo suit nil Unit Invur lilln with tlielr
pntr-lingo.
THE ONLY ARTISTIC CUTTER *
TAILOR IN THE CITY.
A Call Solicited.    FIT GUARANTEED OR KO
PAY.   PrlaeH rc__oilaltle.
dleltc
ESTABLISHED   1889.
DICKINSON k COM'Y
BUTCHERS,
Nearly Opposite Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
The Largest and Choicest Assortment
of nil Descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hnnd, antl supplied to
Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats
nt the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
dfeltc
I. E. DICKIHSOH,
Iff
-DEALER IN-
WOOD,
Lime, Plaster, Cement, ete, etc
-^iCOALi(-
ORDERS TAKES FOR
New Wellington Coal.
Ofllce opposite Canadian Pacific Navigation Co's Wharf.
TELEPHONE CAUS:-
Oliice, 02; Residence. 71.
dfelto
By- Private Sale.—Bargains
IHAVK KKCKIVKD INSTRUCTIONS FROM
Mrs. A,M. Johnstons,ol Mud Day, to dispose of her Homestead, which consists of _>7_!
noma ot Luud, good Dwolling House, excellent
Hum nnd Stabling for -II) bend of stock, good
Duiry nnd un .ibuudnnce oi Sjirlug Wnter.
The proporty is situnled on the sunny side of
Mud Huy, the luud is second to none nny where,
mid parties wuutiiur nn investment for tlielr
cuiilliil cifuiiotdo belter limn take a look ut
this before investing elsewhere.
Slock and Implements eun go with Hunch If
dciilred.
TBUMS-One-tlilrd rush ; balance to suit purchaser, at S per cent, per milium.
ALSO FOlt HAI.K—THE FOLLOWING:
The West Fractional Half of Section 20, Mud
Ray, bounded by the Nicomekl Kiver and the
Sen—Ills ncres.
IM acres, adjoining Sections lfi and 25, Township I, wry near N. W. Oity.
Tlie North West corner of Section IS8, adjoin!ng
the HustingsToWusltO—W aeres.
Tlie North-West'.,' of Section XI., Township 2,
Mil) ncres, nil lirst-clnss bind, 10 acres Improved
nnd sown to timothy pasture. Log house. Good
creek runs along line of property, also the John-
stone Rond.   Tills Is nu excellent much.
I.nt ail, Group I., I'llt Meadows: K0 aeres
prairie; 70 acres bit.li brush land, Half of the
priurleenn be ploughed, und Is nil hard land.
2 miles from Rallwav Station.
Htitvo Ulvor Stack Mul Dairy ltnnoh.
ThiB Ranch consists of BWacroBof land, being
Seel inns -t!H) nnd 487, Townships 1-1 nnd Hi.
This property is situated on the stavo River
wlih ft frontage on tbe Frnser River, at which
point the (I. P. It. Road pusses through proporty.
There Is one large 2-storcv Frame dwelling
House, hard llnlsbed, nearly new, worth fl.ftOO.
This Is elegantly situated on rising ground uud
couiniiiuds h view of the 0. P. R.. the Frnser
River and the surrounding neighborhood. The
greater partof the land is Prairie, subject to
overflow, a good deal of tbe high laud hus been
improved and fenced, und there are a large
number of young Fruit Trees aud the usual Out
Hulldlngs In ihe wny of Hums, Av. Thero Is excellent Trout Fishing and Hunting on premise!*
uud any party or Company seeking u stock Farm
or Hairy Hunch could not be better situated.
t'onl cropplngN of uuusunl promise have been
discovered on tbe I'roui rty. This Is to bo secured at a bargain, anil further particulars can
be hud of the undersigned or of Mr. Clement
stlckney nt whnrnooS station, who will show
any Intending purchaser over the same.
For furtlier particulars npplv tn
t.J.TRAPl',
New West.
f9*3cvcrnl "'her Farms nt haugley and
othor parts of the District at private bargain.

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