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 THE DAILY COLUMBIAN
£very Aflernoou Excopt SuutUy
 BV	
-H Kennedy      Brothers fr-
At their steam Printing Establishment, oor.
Columbia street and Lytton .Square.
BY MAIL;
Ons Year     w oo
Sit Months :,..4S0
Three Months   2 K)
DELIVERED IN THE CITY:
One Year «t> 00
•IiMonths      500
Three Months    3 00
Per Month    100
PerWeek      25
Payment to be mud« in advnne!..
THE   WEEKLY    OOLUMBIAN
ISSUED KVEKV WEDNESDAY MORNING,
One Year |2 00
lix Months  1 2fi
THE DAII.T COLUMBIAN
FRIDAY EVl.MXd, JUKE li. 1S10.
FOUL EVERY VOTE.
Too much stress cannot he put on
the above exhortation. It is a filling
injunction on the eve ot any election.
Votes are Intended to he polled. They
are no good unless polled, nnd a voter
who does 110I poll his vote is not much
good cither. Every innlo citizen, natural horn or naliiralized, of the full nge
of twenty-one years, who has resided in
Hie Province Iwolve mouths ami iu tho
District where lie is registered for two
months, aud wiiosc name was placed' on
tlio lilt of applications Iwo full mouths
before the 18th of May lust—when the
register was mnde up for printing—and
whose name now appears on the printed
list of Provincial voters, is entitled to
vole at tlie Provincial elections on Jitae
13th; and, unless he is a craven or a
sloth, or incapacitated from mental or
physical causes beyond his control, will
run, walk, ride or crawl, to tho polling
place, and cast his ballot as he may intelligently and conscientiously deem
best, without tear, favor or affection.
If, ordinarily speaking, it Is the high
and bounden duty, as well as precioiiB
privilege, ol every able bodied und
sound-minded man to give practical effect at the ballot hoi to the voice which
ho, in common with his fellow-clti.eiu,
. has in administering the affairs of tlie
country, at such a time as the present—
with the Ibsuob that are before tho
country—with Tim issue that has been
raised above all other issues by tho
outrageous legislation of last session,
and will nevor cease to bo the most momentous issue until satisfactorily ond
justly disposed of—it becomes doubly
important that evory olector should do
his duty by tho constituency in which
he lives, in which his interests arc, and
by tlio Province as a whole, whoso prosperity and progress arc intimately associated with the welfare, peace and
contentment of the different parts.
het every elector, then, charge himself religiously with the tnsk of fulfill-
ing his duty to himself, ids family, and
his country, on the 13th of June next,
by attending his proper polling place
and casting his ballot lor the right, for
reform in the Provincial administration
ot .Hairs, for real progress and prosperity, tor equal justice to all sections
of the Province. Lot him do this, not
only because il is urgently necessary lo
insure the reforms and the measures
that arc demanded, and because it is
highly desirable lo (bus demonstrate
our nctunl voting strength, but because
it is a right, and patriotic and sensible
thing to do. It is Ihe exorcise ot thnt
practical patriotism beside which shouting ourseit hoarse, or-getting drunk,
on the Twenty-fourth of May or tho
First of July is as the counterfoil lo llie
real coin of Hie realm.
THK  DAILY COLUMBIAN, NBW WB8TMINSTEB, B. 0., JUNE «, 1890.
Victoria Timet:   If it was not for the
census business the Hon. John Robson
would be in a fearful plight in the presence of his angry constituents.    To
ward off the blows of ft disgusted constituency, he contents himself with stating "that, should the result of census
taking next year show such a preponderance of population on the Mainland,
as I feel confident it will, myself and
aud colleagues stand pledged to obtain
such further legislation as shall bring
representation more   into conformity
with population."   Now, if the Hon.
John Robson feels confident that the
census next year will show a population  for   the  Mainland which   will]
justify increased representation for that |
locality, he anticipates for the country j
a wonderful growth during the next;
twelve months.   But the fact of the!
matter is, (he Premier does not anticl-i
pate any such growth.   The growth nl- j
ready exists.    The tax list and the I
voters' list afford evidences of Mainland i
standing which   cannot he gainsaid. I
Why then doos the Premier interpose j
this census buffer?  Does   he expect
that Hie |wople will swallow it?  The
Hon. John Robson will be under the
snd  necessity of • representing Cariboo
during the next legislative term, unless
the electors of Westminster, like those
of Lincoln, Ontr. [who have just returned tlie convicted boodler,  Rykert)
are loo ignorant or too bigoted  lo distinguish their right band from their
left.
VOLUME VIII-No. 106.
NOW IS THE TIME
TO   BUY
Brownsville
THIS SPHCE RESeRVED
Hill    6c   Coatham.
Property!
.Iwjn-tc
R. B. BELL,
Jobbing Carpenter Shop t Columbia St.« Next
CONTRACTOR
and BUILDER.
C, Pi Mi,
Estimates Given on Work of any kind in connection with HOUSE BUILDING or
REPAIRING, OFFICE FITTING, 4c.
JSiHUeu supplied CITY or COUNTRY by day or hour any time.      dwmylOte
Do Not Wait for the Boom!
(W I. ALL KNOW IT IS COM I NO)
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorltu
BUT BUY NOW WHILE PIES 1 LOW
Wanted-150 Men!
jmO WEAK THE   NICEST   AND- BEST, DIRECT IMPORTED,
j *    English, Scotch and French Goods ever brought into the City.
Also, tho CHEAPEST TAILORING HOUSE in town.
Wo hitvc jnst received, per Str. "Umbrin," from London, lho larg-
| est stock of PANTINGS in the City.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
&, HEARD
H.T. READ & CO.
THE   LEADING
iarto aod Pit Mefchaufe of New Westraioster.
Contract    and others erecting houses should call on us and ctamint. our extensive Mock of
Builders' Hardware, which Is excelled by no other bonne In the Province.
Bell
Irving, Patterson
6c Co.
A call is sufficient to convince.
BEGGS
Telephone No. 127.
P. 0. N. W., B. C.
IMPORTERS!
Shipping Agents,
2, 3 & 4-AORE LOTS
•lust put on tho Market, ranging from $75 to $200 por acre.
TERMS—i cash, balance, -I, S and 12 mos., at S per cent.
Come early before the best pieces are sold.
ROYAL CITY MARKET
Fresh and Salt Meats,
We Carry the Largest Assortment of Locks in the City,
To those roiiulrlng faints anil Oils 1,0 ben lo rail attention to ourext.nslv- variety.  Superior
Ooaeli Colors, In all shades. Tube Colonel every description,  floor faints, ready oruse.
We Have much pleasure In announcing that ire havo been appointed Sole Agents In this ally (or
Ihe sale o( Ihe Celebrated Johnson's Magnetic Iron faint, the highest grade Fire
froof Taint In Ihe world,  tiuoranteed 9_ per rent, pure oxide.
MASONIC AND ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK, NEW WESTMINSTER.
  dwlelto
Reid & Currie,
MACHINISTS,
to   any part  of  the City
WHOLESALE! MO WAT & SLOAN
-AND-	
Commission Merchants!
j Fish, Game   and   Vegetables   delivered
Free of Charge.
J. REICHENBACH.
FRONT ST., next to Vlancn's Fish Market.      NEW WESTMINSTEB, B. C.
 '        dwjnOte
In Stock, a full assortment of
Liquors, Vitrified Drain Pipes,
Fire Bricks, Encaustic Tilos,
Cumberland Smithy Coal, &c,
Ac, fa.
Any Description of Goods Imported
to Order.
dwleltc
WANTED.
AUISKT-MAKER.AT ONCE. Apply to
f. ri5EBI.ES',
dinynom iiouglni si
COLUMBIA     HOUSE.
Campbell & Anderson
'. Successors to James Cunningham )
M. A. McRAE,
MERCHANT * TAILOR
Slimmer Stock Jnst Arrived Direct from England,
Double the ninoiintof Stock carried by nny other tailoring establishment in the
elty.   Call and be convinced. ".
Armstrong Blook, Oolumbia St.,
llAwfe9W
1 mm i
Forging and Bolt Making.
BRASS and IRON CASTINGS
New Westminster,
A
ISII'OltTKllS UV
NOTICE.
DtlllKu   1)11. D.WOLFSMITH'S ABSENCE
(rom home, Dr. R. Eden Wnlker wlll intend to his patients.
ENGINEER WANTED
\ir.VNTKll-A  CERTIFICATEP
U    for tlio Htr. Adelaide.  Ap|.ly
imUNETTK fUWMII.-J..
for.lu.8tr. Adelaide.  Apl
URUNETr";
New ^esimiiiKter, May HI.
HARDWARE,
SSGlassware and Crockery
.p|.ly to * /
House for Sale Cheap.
AllOUS...   CONTAINING   KltillT   KOOMS.i
on Clinton Street: fitmrmiin fiimic-i.   Apply to MURRAY A UKK1G,
iliiivTtc (.olu.nl.in Street,
NOTES AND COMMKNTS.
The author of "The Deserted Village"
1ms been giving our gullible Church
nlreet cotemporary some "guft'" about
the District election from an Aldergrove
standpoint. The individnul in qnefltioii,
whose identity is well known, says,
among other thing*., that tho people of
Aldergrove "ought to be very thankful
for our Provincial Government." "I
don't know and I don't care anything nt
, till about red.Htriluitiuti," «_>•_. this grate*
adorer of tbe "powers that be," "but f
do know that neither 1 nor my neighbors are Hiifleriiif/. from any material injustice." We have good reason for l>e-
lieving thut Truth's "Aldergrove farmer"
expresses only his individual views, and
that ho baa personal grounds for looking
through such narrow and unpatriotic
spectacles.
Notwithstanding the Kqual Rights
ugitation, which was tho only factor
that was expected to appreciably affect
the standing of the Ontario Government,
it will be Keen that " the little tyrant"
had heen returned with nearly his old
majority in the House. The returns to
hund are nearly complete, so that the
practical result of the elections will not
bo affected by the few coun tied lo hear
from. The Kqual .lighters themselves,
it will he seen, only carried two constituencies. Party spirit is evidently too
strong En Ontario to permit much breaking away from the old lines, whon it
comes to Ihe practical test of tin election.
Premier Mowat has certainly administered the affairs of the " Manner Province" well, ou the whole, and proved
liiniBelf worthy the confidence of the
people uf Ontario, but a little shaking
up would have done bis party or tho
country no harm at this time, after the
long lease of power which he has bad,
W. A, DASHWOOD-JONES
Douglas Street.
FRUIT & VEGETABLES,!
-v!_i>iiime oall, No. lea. ajntto
First Anniversary K, of P, !
OX JUNK OTH, IS ST. LEONAIID'S If Al.!.. \
lILhop Klllltoe will deliver a pnhlle leclnri'!
on the principle- of the onler, on (he iic-uslnn
olthe lii'Nt anniversary ol the Institution of the
order lu thin city. Lecture to iK'tiln nt _.:tll p.m.
All are eonllnlly Invited. S. (I. TIDY,
dmy--td Secretary.
WHOLESALE   AND  RETAIL.)
IJTJTnOTKS' HAKDWATCI. K UAI.I'l-NTI.K.;' Tin...!..
Aiiierioiin BUILDING I'AI'I.I. (Tarred nnil l'luiii).
PAINTS (Dry mid Mixed).
Lubricating tiiulPiiinl OILS.
CEMENT, WEE BRICK und FIRE CLAY.
JAMES  D.   RAE
COLUMBIA STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER,
TXAS JUST RECEIVED, EX SHIP "GLENBERVIE," a large con-
** signinent of CROSSE & BLACKWELL'S GOODS. TART
FRUITS: Rhubarb and Gooseberries; FRUIT SYRUPS: Lemon,
Raspberry, Strawberry and Pine Apple; Orange and Lemon Marnja-
lsde; TABLE JELLIES: Calves' Feet, Lemon, Madeira, Noyeau,
Port Wine and Plain Calves' Feet; Malt, White Wine and Crystal
Vinegar; Raspberry and Blaek Currant Vinegar; PICKLES: Indian
Mangoes, Capt, White's Oriental Pickles and West India Piekles ; Ca-
K'T,,«Shnt,noy8' Cu"y Powt,el'> c,lrry Piste, Mullygatawny Paste;
SAUCES: Lobster, Shrimp, Harvey's, Cook's Reading, Burgess'An-'
I "r0^?,™0y°,r'B Sl,ltana Sauco; Parisian Essence for coloring Soup, i
.etc.; SOUPS: Julienne, Beef'Tea,ChickenJjoth. Kidney, Mock Turtle,!
Mullygatawny, Ox-Tail and Hare; EssehWof &*S,-Slullipe & Can'\
.tilt's Sardines, Blackball White Bait, Pterin. & Canaud's AsBfetaun j
; anil Green Peas, Potted Meats In tint, ^ai*a*vm», mayuimiuiifoHwft j
Prince of Wales Salad Sauce and Flo'^nlfllffi.„„'•""'"" °,J' Sw!"1
iCIlocolntcmlSflll., «»a Cionbo-rmd  M1U      V   """ten
dwfeite   I
Estimates Furnished and Drawings Made in our office
by a Praotioal Draughtsman.
Skilled Mechanics and Latest Improved Machinery only used.
■'"'.•::.;,■ •:-,. AGENTS TOR
JOHN DOTY—Stationary, Marine and Hoisting Engines.
CHAS. SMITH—Duplex Steam Pumps; also, Centrifugal and Rotary Pumps.
IAND0X TOOL CO.—Manufacturers of all kinds of Iron-making Tools.
A. R. WILLIAMS—Manufacturers and Dealers in all kinds of Machinery.
ALSO, AGENTS FOR
All kinds of Saw Mill, Sash and Door Factory, Brick- J
yard and Canning Machinery.
FULL LINE IN STOCK OF
Wagons, Carriages, Billies, Photons, Hacks anil t'atrif if.ri.il-.
'Catalogue., and Pricea furnished on application.   All i
Vitrified DRAW PIPE i
Terra Cotiu CHIMNKY PIPE.
FARM nnd GARDEN IMPLEMENTS.
WHEELBARROW'S. OHURNS, WRINC4NRS
MOWERS.
LAWN
NOTICE.
NOTICK IS HEREBY GINEN THAT .SIXTY
(OH) ilavn after date I intend making tipjili-
ciLlltm hi tin-Chief (.'onimfsNioner of Lands und
Works for pormtulon to purohane tho IslundN
known under the mimes of Worlecombe Inland*,
1'ojmnm Mnnd (with adjoining rocks In neighborhood), nnd also the two (L.) email Inland).
North nnd North East of the latter one nnd Went
of I'asli'y Island, on Howe Sound, known by no
-.peel-il name, and estimated to contain ISO
acres, more or ioss.
EDWARD STOl/TERFOHT.
Vancouver, B.C., 80th May, 1890.       dju.'miii
SHIP CHANDLERY, WOODKNWAUE mid TINWARE.
&F Call and inspect onr Stock beforo buying oliiowhero; und u»k  for any
thing von don't, mo.
Columbia Street, New Wettininstor.
Boots and Shoes!
ELEGANT NEW
MNE8 .JUST OPENED
T
Cheapest Spot in Tbwn
SHOE STORE.
WEST END BOOT
'Opposite D. Lyal AC'o's.
0. B. ACKERMAN.
T. AOKEBMAN.
Mechanics Mill Co., Ld,
NOTICE OF REMOVAL
J. HARLINC,
Manufacturer of Cigars,
HAS REMOVED TO
New Depot Hotel.
djnfitc
At a recent pitting of the Surgical
Congress at Berlin, ProfeRsor Oluck, of
Berlin, gave an exhibition Allowing a
most valuable advance in mtrgcry, the
tintpkhful Hubi.titut.on of catgut, ivory,
und bono free from chalk, for defects in
the hont.it, niiis-.lci., and nerve irfnowg.
The jtiiccM of the body are uucked up in
tho inserted material, thereby eotabliuh*
hig the junction of the separated ends,
without any nhorteniug of tho part. He
presented the cases of patieutH in whom
there had been an Insertion of from six
lo ten centimetres of cat gut to supply
defectM iu tho leaders of the hands, to
which complote mobility had beon
stored. This cuse has previously been
Impossible. In the case of another
patient Professor Oluck removed i
tumor from tho thigh, causing a consul
crablu defect in the hone Ho inserted
ivory, and no shortening ensued. In
another case he removed a large piece
of nerve iu tho groin and inserted cat*
gut, and the function., remained completely satisfactory, These are considered wonderful achievements.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
Notice to Builders.
WKOI.K AND SEPARATE TENDERS FOR
y\    ihe i.rw.Uon of
Young Men's Christian AssoTn Building
The loivent or any tender notneeeKiuirUvnC'
■opted.
I'lnus and * nee 111 cat ions may be seen nt the
ofllce of CLOW A MACLURE,
diu>'271d ArchlteelN.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
rAUIFIC  DIVISION.
um.-. of the General Supe-ln-eiiileiil.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
V|M.Nl)Kll..\VlLLl.ERKCKIVKin_VTmU'N-
1   iit'oijuicd up to noun ou
Monday, the 9th June,
for (lie umiliiiKof the Mission Branch, which
will he let in iiinrtH contracts If desired.
I'lnus and N|»ecIflcatIflnR can he fccii nt Iho
Engineer'* "fflcc.
II. ABBOTT,
Uelieral Superintendent.
Vancouver, Muy .tOlh, IWO. dmylUld
Tenders for Street Work.
ri'l-Slil.J.s WILl. BK RECEIVED AT THE
City Hull, New Westminster, Up to 4 p. m.
.. Mutuliiy. >iune 9th, 1890, for tlieclcarlnn
nnd griuHiiK «r First Avenue.
Tenders to ho nddresucd to Ihe "Chnirman of
tlie Board of Works," endorsed "Tenders for
Clearing nnd Grading of First Avenue."
No tonder will ho entertained unlens accompanied hy a deposit equal to A per cent, nf
uinuniii nf tender, which shall ho forfeited if
pnrty (enticing refuses or neglects to enter Into
ii contract when culled upon to do sn, In the
event of a tender not being aoccpted tlie deposit
will ho relumed.  Sureties must ho named,
I'lnus and specifications miiv ho seen in tho
Clly Engineer's Ofllce, City Hall.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted- H. HOY,
chairman Board of Works
Now Westminster, June 4, IBM).        djn4td
F, J. COULTHARD & CO.
Notaries Public,
REAL:-: ESTATE:-: BROKERS
Insurance and Financial Agents.
Cor. Clarkson and Mackenzie Streets,
MANUKAC1 ItRlillS AND DKALGRS IN
SASH, DOOR BUNDS A LUMBER
Store Fixtures and all kinds of Factory Work.
FOOT OF PELHAM STREET,
dmy-lto
NEW WESTMINSTER, H. 0,
This Space is Reserved for lho
Royal Oity Planing Mills Company,
The Pioneer and Leading
Lumber Slanufaetaring Establishment of tlie Royal Oity.
Richard Street, New Westminster;
WINTEMUTE    BROS.
Leading Manufacturers and Importers of
FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY,!
ZED. S. HALL,
Extensive Show Rook s
en. Columbia St,, New Westminster,
JUST REOEIVEP HV
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
BooksellerSTATIiERANDlmporter!$5,000 STOCK
J. S. Manson,
(WIIOI.KSAI.E ASH 11WA1M.
Columbia Street, New Westminster, B. 0.
English, Foreign and Unitod States Periodicals and Newspapers
constantly on hand.   Books imported to order.
dlolt.
Telephone 107.
npldwli'
P. 0. Box 244.
WOODS & POLLEY,
Real Estate Brokers
COVEYANCERS & NOTARIES PUBLIC.
-8MONEY     TO     LOHNfc-
TOWNSITE  OF
BELLINGHAM
Now incorporated with City of
FAIRHAVEN
Wild, BE PLACED ON SALE
Connections In Victoria and Vancouver. B, d, and London. England.
Gor, Columbia & McKenzie Sts., New Westminster.
<]__li_5t.
Monday, May 19th,
FAIRHAVEN LAND CO.
Property anil Opportunity for  Investment   ever  offered
in Washington.
MERCHANT TAILOR.
Consisting of WEST OF ENGLAND DOESKINS, FINE ENGLISH!
NAVY BLUE VENETIAN, nnd an endless variety of SCOTCH anil j
ENGLISH SUITINGS and FANCY TROUSERINGS, Ac.
2nd Door West Of Mokenxie St., on Cownrau s. ___r,
il_l,7u> New Westminster,  B. O.
CHAS. McDONOUGH]
Front Street, New Westminster.
ti»te. Mills
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
Flannels, Worsteds and all kinds of Woolen Goods.]
Ready-Made Clothing.
^PThe only House on the Mainland which keeps the Mnmifnctu.e_ of the New }
Westminster Woolen Mills.   l'Araom.it Home Itou-thv.
dfolto
The Columbian Pbintino Establishment has Ilrst-class facilities
for all kinds of Commercial Printing. Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars,
Cards, Envelopes, Blank Forms of every description, Posters, Dodgers,
Price Lists, *o. Prices will be fomd as low as at any other office where
first-sIsbb work ii doie. -*
The   Daily   Columbian.
VOLUME VIII.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE «, 1890.
NUMBER 106.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
IMFORT-ZKS AND DEALERS IS
GENERAL  *   HARDWARE
Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Wall Paper, Brushes, T»r,
Pitch, Oakum.   Doors anil Windows at Facto.y Prices.
T. J. TRAPP,
Ileal : Estate : Agent : and : General : Auctioneer,
C0L.n_B-A STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
dwlelto
E
JB, CHERRY (A. B. Trinity College, Dub-
•  Un), Solicitor, Commissioner for Affidavit
Conveyancer, etc. djpattc
CORBOULD, McCOLL & JENNS, Barristers,
Solicitors, etc. Offices: Manilla llulldlngs.
New Westminster, and Vancouver, B. C.    dwtc
Another Candidate!
LADIES & GENTLEMEN:-! am  not before you
nt this time
For Politipal Honors,
But I would like you to call and examine my Goods, and
especially the Gents' $3.50, that takes the lead for style
nnd durability.
GEO. H. GRKNT.
(.'. E. WOODS, I.ASI) SUllVBYOK
A. U. GAMBLE. NnvAKY PvbI.ii;.
Woods, Turner & Gamble,
^LAND*SURVEYORS,fr-
Real Estate, Insurance
FINANCIAL AGENTS and CONVEYANCERS.
Und Surveying in all its branches accurately and promptly carried out.   City and
Bub. Lands for Sale.   We can show a complete liet of desirable localities.
Farming lnnds, Improved or unimproved, throughout the district.
Professional and Business Cards.
'_\ M. N. WOODS. Barrister-lit-Law.
McKenzie Btreet.
Offlce-
litC
F0R1N A MORRISON, Barristers and Solicitor...   Masonic Block, New Westminster.
<lwjn'2tc	
TC.  ATKINSON, Barrister,  Solicitor,  Ac.
•   Offices: Masonic Building, New Westminster, B. 0. *rtc_
ARMSTRONO, ECKHTEIN A GAYNOR, Barristers, Solicitors, etc. Armatrong'B Bloc*.
New WestmlnBter, B. C. u_wtc_
REDEN WALKER, M.D., U R. C. P. &B..
. Edinburgh. Olncc: Agnes St., oppMlto
City Hall. Ofllce hours: fl tn U a. m.; 2 to 4 and
7 to 8:30 p.m.      dto
J, HOLMES, D. D. R., Surgeon Dentist.
__.i Graduate of lho Ohio college nf Denial
Surgery. Preservation of the natural teeth a
Hiieulalty. ««. ailm.nifiten.il for pninlesH extraction. In office day ami night over Bank of B.
()., Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
dwmyjHc  	
Office: Corner
New Weslmin-
dwtc
G,
W, GRANT,   Architect.
Mury and ChirkKou fits.
Offlce-
overBankof B.C., Columbia St.,
die
CLOW *   MACLURE,   Architect*.
BoonUB,  " "   ""'
Westminster
\I7ILLIAM R. KING, Architect, Sanitary
W Engineer. Av. Removed to Armstrong's
Block, Columbia St., New Wostminster—Room
dtc
THIBAUDEAl',   Uud   Surveyor   and
Westminster, 11, C.
dto
LBERT J. HILL (M, Can. Soe. C. K.), Civil
Engineer, Land Surveyor and Draughts-
m11"'   wimley Block, New Westminster,   dwto
TJ. TRAPP, Auctioneer and Appraiser.
■ Columbia St., New Westminster. AH
commissions will receive prompt ami careful
attention. Best references given when re-
quired; dtc
GPITTENDRK.H, Real Estntt Broker and
t County Court Agent, Uoinn-Usioner, Notary Public, Ae. Rents collected. Office-Mu-
Kenzie St., Svertmlnster, B. C. dto
VflBUEB McDOUOALL, Dress Makers Col-
1V1 umblaflt'., Now WculmlusU-r B.C. Satis,
faction guaranteed.  dte
W.J.WALKER&OO,
TEI.EfHOSK CAU. it,
Chartered Aeconntiiiits,
City Auditors 18841-7-8-9,
Conveyancers,
Notaries Piiblie.
REAL ESTATE
London St Lancashire l-'lrt- limiirmii'fl Co
.      NKW WKWrSflSSTER
dwd'ttc
I
65
&, CO
MISS JENNINGS (Late of England), Fashionable Dress Maker. Corner of Church and
Columbia Sts., New Westminster. Satisfaction
guaranteed. dwt«
TIT ELSON, MERCHANT TAILOR, of  Port
W • Moody, will be in Westminster on the
ilrst Wednesday of every roruth to take orders.
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CHAS. MURRAY, House, Sign and Ornamental
Painting. Paper Hanging and Kalsomining
a specialty. Hone but -.rut-class men employed.
Shop, Clarkson St,; Residence. Lome St.    dwtc
JTHURLBOfJRN, General Repairer, Mc-
• Kei.is.eSt. All kinds ol Sewing Machines
repaired equal to new. Needles, Oil and Attachments. Locks and Keys fitted; Saws filed,
ic„ Ac.  dmhWtc
ALEX. HAMILTON (B. 0. MONUMENTAL
Works), Importer A Manufacturer of Marble
and Granite Monuments, Headstones, Tablets,
Ac, cor. Church A Columbia BU„ New Westminster, B. C. flwapHtn
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, JEtim, City of London, Hartford
and Travellers.
TURNKB, BKETON 4 UO., Mcr-luraH. Whirl
St., Victoria. Agent, for North British ami
Mer-nntllo Insuranco Co. lor Malntanil. II. C,
U.etos «_ Co., Ul Kin-liiuv Circus. Loudon,
B.C.          lite
l.FFICE-0.ros-«: Post Oi-hck, Bank or B  C, Bnnmso, Coiombia grinr,
Sew Westminster.   Telephone Cnll No. 42.   P. 0. Drawer 264.
IMPERIAL
Five IiiBurance Compiiny
OI' LONDON.
Capital,    -     -     11,000,000 Stg.
Rates as low as any other reliable Company
ooln_hu.lnes.tn British rolnmhl..^^
]    dfeltc Agent New West.
{FOB SALE OR TO LEASE
GROCERY  STORK  WITH   BAKERY AND
dwelling combined.   For further purlieu-
i law apply at thia office. dmvWtc
Real Estate,
INSURANCE
-ASill-
Financial  Agents,
Purchase, Sell and Lease j
Property,
Collect Bents,
Make Loans on Mortgages
Anil transact all business relating to
REAL ESTATE.
 AUENTS KOK—
London Assuranoe Corporation,
Conneotiout Fire Insurance Co. ot
Hartford,
London und Lancashire Lite Assuranoe Co., -
Canton Insurance Ofliee, Limited (Marine)
OFFICES?
Bushby Blook, New Westminster.
41 Government Street, Victoria,
dwteltc
j THE  CHANNEL  TUNNEL
Between   Euglauil   aud   France is
!   Deemeil   Impracticable by Sir
.Michael  Hicks-Beach.
A Band of Ferocious Arnauts Sack
i   a Servian Village anil Commit
Horrible Barbarities.
Eyranrt, the Parisian Straugler, is
Being Tracked by French and
American Detectives.
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N<it Practicable.
Lonbus, June 6.—Sir Michael Hicks
Bench, president of the Board of Trade,
has been discussing the latent schemes
proposed for a tunnel under the English
Channel, and lie has concluded that
none of them are practicable. The British Government, therefore, will not en*
encourage any plan for connecting Kng-
land and France in thin way .The Government will continue to strongly opphse
any bill having this object iu view.
A Murderoui (Jang.
Bkuuiaok, June 0;—The attack of the
ArnautH on a Servian village on the
frontier proves to have been au unprovoked and brutal outrage. The inhabitants were drawn out of their bonnes in
the dead of night by a false alarm of fire,
aud in their right and confusion they
were tired upon by the Arnauts who
were lying in ambush around the village, and who rushed in upon them.
The barbarities which followed are too
horrible to relate in detail. They resembled the Bulgarian atrocities; neither
sex or age was spared. When tiiey had
finished their Moody work and fled
across the frontier it was found that out
of a population of 100. fifteen were killed
and thirty-five wounded. The Ottoman
authorities were notified of the outrage
and have made a show of energy and
arrested a number of emigrants near
the border, but the murderous gang
that perpetrated the atrocities have not
been arrested.
THE ONTARIO ELECTIONS.
Nearly Fall Iteturne—Mowat Sustained
by About Ull Old Majority—Ont Mln-
titer, Gibson, defeated, by Slmpion la
Hamilton—Only Two BtftOal Itlghtern
lletnrned. 	
[Special to Thk Columbian.)
Toronto, June 5.—Following are the
Ontario Provincial election returns:
Hamilton — Stinson, Conservative;
Wert Hastings—Biggar, Liberal; West
Lambton—McKenzie,Libernl; Lincoln—
Hiscott. Conservative; Monck — Har-
court,Liberal; Ottawa—Bronson,Liberal;
Peel—Chisholm, Lib,; South Perth—
Ballantyne, Liberal; West   Siincoe-
Tlie "lloift"  Is Coming.
Boston, Mass., Juno ll—Vice-President Lane, of the Union Pacific, will
start for the west on Saturday for a trip
over the Union Pacific Railway for the
Eurposc of Inspecting both the Oregon
ranch system and the Union Pacific,
Denver and Gulf system. President
Adams Ib expected to return to Boston
nn July 7th. [_
Found Guilty..
New Yohk, June 0.—The general term
of the Supreme court to-day handed
down a decision affirming the conviction
in tlie court of Oyer and Terminer of
cx-sheritl' James H. Flack and his son
William L. Flack.
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MAJOR & PEARSON,  |   ELECTION^ CARD.
TeMA-SlnAaMT AVir HViWiirisiw t'".V ond Dittrirt.
i-*-' ' ""      GENTLEMiXS:—At the urgent request of a large number ot the
. | r.iecWsW'nrBtwo Wrfri-ts, I have consented to bccomi' u Candi
date, and retjueiPyoui' support and patronage.
MEstate p—i-—, ■
ND * INSURANCE + a.G.ENTS.1
l'i'opei'ty lor Sale in nil parts of the City and Suburbs. We nlso huve listed
some of the fliiesl (arming land in tlie Province. MONEY TO LOAN. HOUSES
TO RENT. Agents for the Confederation Life Association of Toronto, the Lon>
don and Guarantee and Accident Co., Limited. General Agents for British Col'
umbia for the American Steam Boiler Insurance Co. of New York, and agents for
the Royal and Atlas Fire Assurance Companies of England, Union Fire nnd
Marine Insurance Co. of San Francisco, South British Five and Marine Insurance
Co. of New Xealand.
OFFICES:
NEW WESTMINSTER—Columhia'Streot, Hunk of B. C. Block.
VANCOUVER-Cordova Street,
dwloltc
RAND BROS.
Real Estate Brokers
FINHNC1HL
 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 FOR ■
Commercial Union Insuranoe Co.of London.
Capital, ♦12,000,0001 Losses paid, 1100,000,000.
Accident Insurance Co. of North America.
-m-
*'"b"nA"or,is mill-lral. and on it will lie seen, printed in
"Straw Hats—good coverings for massive .rnnluni-;
J_y Flannel Shirts; Balbriggan Underclothing; Summer
rVests; Liuen Dusters; Pique andFancv Vests; White and
Bck Plug HatB;" all of which are very suitafclo 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 thiB standard, and down with monopolists
and—high prices.
I am perfectly sure I can give you lietter value for your money
than any other candidate in the field.
Yours respectfully,
J. E. PHIL-LIPS,
Columbia St., New Westminster.
Chilliwel Tyhee, Delta Sockeye, Langleu Farmer pleaso copy.
Killed HI. Debtor/
Dinox, Col., June 0.—Charles M.
Foster was shot and killed at Narrle,
near Aspen, Colorado, this morning by
Elmar E. Hniris, 23 years of age, an
employee of Foster. The trouble origin-
i ated over the fact that Foster owed
_ | Harris *15. The murderer has not been
"! arrested, hut tlie sheriff is iu hot pur-
j suit. Charles M. Foster, whowas killed
latNarrio, Colo., this morning, was the
j fatherof Ned Foster, the proprietor of
< the Bella Union theatre, of San Fran-
[ clsco. He was a wealthy lumberman
I and cattle rancher of Colorado.
Evidently Insane.
M_„uo__, Col., June 0.—As the west
i bound Salt Lake express stopped tit the
depot about 2 o'cloek this morning, a
j man, about 28 years of age, stepped off,
: and pulling a pistol from his pocket,
I held it to his right temple und fired.
I He fell, and as persons, who heard the
j shot, rushed to liis side they found him
in the throes of death. He expired in a
few minutes. It is thought he had
some trouble with tlie conductor on the
train regarding his passage, as a ticket
to Salt Lake, which expired at midnight
of June 3rd, nnd a note which reads,
"The conductor will not bother anybody
nny more," were found on his person
Toronto—H. E. Clark, Con.; E. F.
Clarke, Con.; Talt, Lib.; North Brant—
Weod, Ub.; South Brant—Hardy, Lib.;
Brockville — Fraser, Lib.; Carlton—
Monck, Con.; Cottinwnll—Mack, Lib.;
Algoma—Lyon, Liberal; Wetland—Mc-
Cloary, Con.; Halton—Kerns, Con.;
South Waterloo — Moore (Lib.), .170
majority; East York — U. B. Smith
(Lib.), 40(1 majority; Dufferin — Barr.
Con.; South Oxford—Mackay (Lib,);
Central Simcoe-Patton <LII>.),200nuij.;
Haldiinand-Baxter, Kb.; South Leeds
—Preston. Con.; North Essex — Sol.
White (Con.), 000 majority; North
Wentwortli—McMahon (Lib.), 103 majority i South Brace—O'Connor, Lib.;
Kingston—Metcalfe, Con.; South Brant
—Hardv (Lib.), 700 majority; South
Bruce-^O'Connor, Lib.; Dufforin—Barr,
Con.; Essex—White, Con.; Leeds- Preston, Con. ;Wost Northumberland—Field,
Lib.; West Peterboi-o—Stratton, Lib.;
East York—Smith, Ub.; Welland—Mc-
Clar v.Con. ;East Wellington-Clark, Lib.;
Cardwell—Lennox, Con.; East Kent—
FerguBon (Lib.), 000 majority; North
Perth—Ahrens, Lib.; Went Wellington
-Allan, Lib.
Itis reported that Johnson, Con., Is
elected by a small majority in Prince
Edward. SouthNorfolk-Charlton, [Lib.l,
elected by 50 majority; North Norfolk-
Freeman, Lib.; East Simcoe—Drury,
Lib.;WeBt Elgin—McCall, Con.; EaBt
Elgin—Godwin, Con.; South Renfrew—
Dowling, Lib.; East Lambton—McKen-
sie, Lib.; North York-1 >avlB, Lib.; BOO
majority; West Durlmin-lJickhart, Lib.;
North Ontario—Glendemiing, [Con.], 200
majority; West York—Gllmour,[Lib.];
00 majority; .Muskoka—Martin, ^on.);
EastD urham-OanipbcIl, Equal Rigbter;
West Kent—Clancy, Con.; Parry Sound
—Sharp, Liberal.
South Essex — Balfour, Lib.; West
Middlesex-G. W. Boss, IUb.1; maj, 42;
North Grev—Clolaiid [Lib.), 100 majority ; East' Grev — Korke, Con.; East
Middlesex—Tooley, Con.; South Lanark
-McLcgghnn, Con.; Glengary —Roy-
side, Lib.; Nipissing—Loughenn, Lib.;
East Northumberland — Willoughby,
Con.; Dundas—Whitney, Con.; Algoma
West — Conmce, Ub.; North Bruce-
Porter. Lib.; South Huron - Bishop.
Lib.; West Huron—Garrow, Lib.
Fronteuac—Smith, Con.; West Mul
dlcsex—Waters, Lib.; Central Brucc-
Dack, Lib.; West Lc. uox—Mcacham
Con.; South Ontario—Dryden, Lib.;
Peterboro—Kldd, Equal Rlghter; Addington—Read, Con.; North Lanark-
Caldwell, Lib.; East Hastings—Vor-
milyea, Lib,; Russell-Robillard, Lib,:
East Victoria—F. B.Campbell, Lib.
S. T. Mackintosh & Co.
REAL:-: ESTATE:-: BROKERS
Insurance and Financial Agents,
Conveyancers, Notaries, Etc.
Colonial Block, New WeBtminster, B. 0.
_3? Any information regarding British Columbia will be
furnished upon uppliontion, either personally or hy letter, at any
of their offices.
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OFFICES:
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
VANCOUVER (Cor. Abbott.& Cordova Sis. ond Granville St.)
LONDON, En*. (107Cannon St.) dwfeite
OFFER FOR SALE ;
Choice Business and Residence Property in the City and Suburbs.
Some fine pieces of Acreage just outside city limits.
Building Lots and Acreage in Sapperton and Brownsville.
Farming Lands, Improved and Unimproved, in all
parts of the District.
A Very Sad Cane
i Geneva, N. Y., June fi.—Mm. Ohaa.
111. Richards, of Bridgeport, Conn.,
j jumped from the fourth Btory window
j of the Hygienic Institute at this place,
between two aud three o'clock this
I morning, a distance of 45 feet; she died
i two hours later. Miss Herenden, her
nurse was sleeping in the room with
Mi*. Richards at tne time and was awak-
| ened by tlie lady making a slight nolle
at the window, from tlie sill of which
| she was removing some plants. Mrs,
Richards raised tne windw and got al-
| most entirely out when Miss Herenden
| reached her. The nurse grappled with
Mrs. Richards aud held her for some
seconds in the air, but the unfortunate
lady's night dress gave way and she fell
to the ground.
A Grime i.f 1'nrli.
Washington*, June 0.—Pierre Galliard
Parisian inspector of police, who came
over on La Rourgogue, accompanied bv
a New York detective, came to Wash
ington last night and secured from the
National Hotel a small satchel that had
been left there by Eyraud, the Parisian
Btrangler, several weeks ago. Eyraud'a
trunk, which had previously been found
did not contain, as hoped for, any papers
of the murdered Ciouffe. It was discovered, however, by a fortunate accident
that Eyraud had a small satchel of
Parisian manufacture which he carried
carried away with liim, and by some
clever detective work it was traced to
Washington. In addition to the Gouffe
papers it is said thero was also found In
the satchel some letters written by
Gabrielle to Eyraud while he was passing as a Spanish merchant in Gunya-
mas, Mexico,
0**Call and Examine Our Lists.~mM
TVl g. 1 „ _ TJ fi On the Line of the Weatmlnater
•DlailUC, _D. VAj Southern R. R., adjoining1 Blaine,
Wash., and in the centre of a beautiful and extensive farming country,
offers a Bplendid field for investment. Over BOO Lots sold during the
past three months. Prices will be increased in a few days, (let in
More the rise and secure a bargain.
S. T. MACKINTOSH & CO.,
AGENTS.
Oolonlal Blook, Now Weotmirmter, B. C. (lapim*
A Thoroughly Itottcn Syitain.
Nbw Yohk, June 6.—It is said that
ex-Chief Brooks, who had the place
under Republican rule somo years ago,
would have been appointed Iwfore this
to succeed John S. Bell, the lately dismissed chief of the treasury department
secret service, had it not been for the
opposition ot Russell Harrison, who
telegraphed his protest all tho way from
Texas. Several years ago, when Russell
Harrison was filling a Government position in Montana, charges affecting the
conduct of his office were filed with the
secretary of the treasury. President
Harrison was then a member of the V.
R. Senate. Chief Brooks, who was at
that time head of the secret service, was
Instructed to make a quietinveitigation,
which he did, submitting his report to
the secretary, then fifth auditor, Alexander, now internal revenue collector
for the Syracuse, N. Y. District. It was
understood that ho would do a little
line work on behulf of Gen. Harrison
and demanded of Chief Brooks a copy of
his report on.Russell's management of
hiB office. Chief Brooks refused to furnish it and his refusal to do so was communicated by Alexander to the Senator
and his son, who have since been awaiting inn opportunity to get even. Although Brooks hus demonstrated his
fitness, he has no chance of securing it,
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla;
KntjhU of Pythlai.
Yesterday waB a red letter day In the
above lodge in this City, it being the
occasion of the formal organization, by
delegates from the sister societies in
Victoria and Nanaimo. The local society met at their hall and iu fours deep
marcnea inong VAimuitiia street to the
Hotel Douglas, where thoy were joined
bv the delegation from the Island, and
after a few maua-uveres escorted the
visiting brethren to the hall by way of
Mary, Front, Columbia and tome
streets, where the services of the institution of Division Jt were performed by
Sir Knight Col. A. Richardson of Nanaimo, assisted by Captain Benson and
Lieutenant Plummerof Victoria. The
following are the names of the officers
of the new division in this City. Sir
Knight James Harling, captain; Sir
Knight T. Ackerman, lieutenant; Sir
Knight .1. S. Chisholm, herald; Sir
Knight S, G. Tidy, secretary; Sir
Knight N. Nelson, treasurer; Sir
Knight L. Witt, guard; Sir Knight T.
Gifford, sentinel.
After concluding the ceremonies at
the hall, the brethren, repaired to the
Hotel Douglas where a sumptuous repast awaited thom. Sir Knight Col.
Richardson rose and In a few words proposed the prosperity of the new division.
The toast was drunk heartily by all,
when Capt. Harling and Lieut. Ackerman thanked the Colonel. Speeches
and songs were given by Capt. Benson
and Lieut. Plummer of Victoria, and Sir
Knights Dr. Cooper. P. Peebles, Sam
Woods, J. L. Chisholm, Ogle, Randall,
and Cohen, all of whom rounded off a
neat speech. After singing "God Save
the Queen" the whole company indulged in handshaking and bidding farewell to the visiting brethren, all of
whom left for their respective homes
this morning,
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The Conversation!).
The conversazione, held last evening
at St. Leonard's Hall, in connection
with the congregation of Holy Trinity
Church, was one of the most successful
affairs of Its kind ever held in the city.
ThiB spacious and well appointed hall
was neatly decorated, being laid out
with carpets and furniture which gave
It a characteristic homelike appearance.
His Lordship, the Bishop of New Westminster and Mrs. Sillitoe received the
people heartily as they crowded in the
main entrance, and in a short time the
room was filled with the buzz of conversation, which stopped only when the
entertainment given by the members of
Holy Trinity choir was in progress, during the intervals between tho pieces of
which tight refreshments were served
by numbers of willing hands. Towards
the close of the entertainment the Bishop, standing on the platform at one
end of the hall, drew all to attention and
in a few well chosen remarks expressed
great pleasure at meeting so many
of his pariihoiicra and hoped that the
present occasion would not he the last
of its kind to be held iu.the hall. His
Lordship gave an outline of the history
aa to how the hall was built, saying
among other things that the donation of
$1,000, by a membor of the church, was
a vory tempting and encouraging gift,
so, Iwing accepted, tho result was the
neat bunding called St. Leonard's Hall.
The Hall would be used for Holy Trinity
Sunday School, Holy Trluity Club, The
Choral Union, and for other meetings of
the church. His Lordship finished his
remarks by praising the work of Mr*
Sharp, the architect, as well as that of
Mr. Bon«on, the contractor.
Mr. Sheriff Armstrong then addressed
a fow words to tho audience, saying that
every thing so far was satisfactory, but
even more satisfactory would it bo if a
little debt hanging over the building
were wiped out and that with the ever
Increasing congregation of Holy Trinity
this would soon he au accomplished
fact.
Mr. H. Kicnnes-Clinton gave a financial statement, showing a very small deficit which a few of tho wealthier members of the congregation could pay and
never miss it.
This closed the evening's conversazione and all departed only wishing that
such entertainments in connection with
the congregation were more frequent.
SOLID THROUGHOUT.
Mount I.Hi in an, Upper Simmi, Aldergrove and Langley ae Well aa Chilliwack, Maple Ridge, aud Other l'lacex
Wlll Elect on the Independent Ticket.
(From Our SiwuliU War Uomip'oritlciit.)
Lanoxky, June 5, 18110. — Leaving
Mission on Wednesday morning, the
candidates crossed the river tu Mount
Lehman, where a iiieettng was hold at
one o'clock. There wan a good attendance of electors present, inidHlie candidates were given an earnest hearing.
Mr. E. W. King occupied the chair, and
ably performed the duties pertaining
thereto. The elector-, were distinctly
in favor of the Independent ticket and
were outspoken in their determination
that Provincial rights, equal justice to
all, and an honiist redistribution measure are necessity t*» the country, and ;
that such measures could only he obtained by electing mich mon t<» the
House an arc Independent and separate from all parly ties. The meeting
was most satisfactory, und ouv cause i
carrier!■much the warmest share of the
applause.
Ul'i'KIl Kl'MAW  HOI.ll),
The next place visited was Upper
Sumas, which was reached late, in the
evening. By some miscarriage of Her
Majesty's mails the notices of the meeting had not been received, and consequently onlv a few electors turned up.
From all that could l)e learned, lipw-
cver, tlio settlement will go the Independent ticket almost tu a man; possibly half a dozen will vote otherwise,
but not mord. Tins Coi.ummAk was endorsed on all sides for the stand it has
taken on the Redistribution measure,
and its policv is endorsed on all sides,
ipeaking for the sentiment exhibited all
over the cotmtry so far travelled; I may
say the people "are wide awake to the
danger they stand in from the policy of
the Island' Government, and they are
determined that they will not submit to
the bondage without a hard struggle for
political freedom and their rights as
citizens.
Alder Grove was the next place visited, but no meeting was held here, owing
to tho non-arrival of the posters to notify
the electors. TalkB with many of the
electors, however, resulted in the discovery of the fact that the Independent
ticket will be largely supported.
I.OYAI, J_ANOI.BY.
Fort Langley was reached at 12
o'clock, Thursday, and the meeting convened at 1 o'clock. It was largely attended, and the audience was in strong
sympathy with the Independent candidates, Messrs. Kitchen, Sword and
Punch. Mr. Henry Harris ably filled
the position of chairman, and Mr. Wilkie
acted as secretary, performing this duty
to the satisfaction of all. Tlie important feature of thiB meeting was the complete "flop" mado by the Government
candidates. The meeting to a man almost was in favor of the Mainland
Rights policv, ami consequently the
Government henchmen were either obliged to change front or lose all chance
ofeven a small vote. Mr. Maxwell,
Reeve of Langley, applied the council
test in each instance, and always with
the same result—the Government men
"flopped." This is the way it was
done:
Mr. Maxwell—Do you believe the Government, sincere in its promise of Redistribution, andean that promise he de
ponded on?
Mr. Kirkland—1 do not!
Then the same test was applied to Mr.
Henderson, who replied that lie did not
consider the Government pledged to a
proper redistribution measure, and further that there was no sincerity in tlie
promise.
Then Mr. Maxwell put the same questions to Capt. Thompson, who followed
the tactics of the other Government
supporters and declared Ins belief that
the Government could easily evade the
promise and get out of it without redeeming the supposed pledge.
Mr. Kitchen made a fine speech, und
carried the audience with him. Messrs.
Sword and Punch likewise made many
friendB and won lots nf help to the
cause.
THE    CONVENTION.
The adjourned meeting of the convention to select a ticket to be upheld by
the electors iu support of the Mainland
Rights policy, was held immediately
after the political meeting. Reeve Maxwell occupied the chair. Delegates from
several municipalities and settlements
were present, duly accredited. Reeve
Maxwell made a grand Bpeech on the
liberty of the subject, onr juBt rights,
and liis determination to uphold the
same through thick and thin, until the
flood cause was successful. His remarks
lad a tolling effect, and were received
witli tlie wildest enthusiasm.
The following resolution was then put
and carried unanimously: Moved by
Mr. Haney, seconded by Mr. Sim, that
we, the duly accredited delegates
from the various municipalities
and settlements, heartily support the
strictly Independent candidates who
are pledged to the platform of the Mainland Association and who are residonts
of the District.
Several delegates spoke on the burning questions, and their remarks all ran
in the one strain, Mainland Rights and
justice to the Distiict.
The meeting then adjourned.
the ] jingley meeting, bearing out to the
letter the statement of your correspondent.
At this point the lost candidates arrived in a state of dripping perspiration
and high indignation, and Cant. Thompson closed his remarks. Up to this
point the meeting had been very onesided, and it was boasted that the sentiment of the people lay strongly in the
Robson direction. The candidates now
took their turn in addressing the electors, and soon a change of opinion became apparent. Mr. Sword surpassed
all his former efforts, and made a telling
speech, and Mr. Punch gained lots of
favor bv his straightforward independent address, _ Finally Mr. Kitchen took
the stump and gave the best speech of
the evening, ripping the Government's
policy to shreds, and advising the electors to use the franchise to obtain free
and independent members in Parliament. Ilia remarks were cheered to the
echo aud the cause was greatly advanced
hy his telling and convincing arguments.
Several well known settlers then addressed the meeting, and pointed out
the abuses they suffered under in the
way of roads, bridges, etc., and the
manner of collecting taxes. After this
your corrcs|>ohdent was loudly called
for, and he responded to the beat of his
ability, and had the satisfaction of observing that almost the entire meeting
was in accord with the sentiments he
expressed. At tbe close of his speech a
gentleman iu the crowd called for three
cheers for Tun Columbian aud they
woro given by the crowd in a manner
that left no doubt as to the earnestness
of their feelings. Mr. Henderson then
made an attack on The Columbian,
accusing it of being straight Opposition,
but your correspondent sent him back
again to his seat with a flea in his ear,
and heartily jeered by the crowd.
This meeting was one of the very best
held iu the canvass, and it did more real
good iu opening the eyes of the Government supporters than any of the previous gatherings.	
SPRING ASSIZES.
A LIVELY BRUSH.
Capt. Thompson Steal* a March on the
V Straight" Independent! and the Min-
UterlalUu at Langley Prairie—Onr
" War Correspondent" Step* Into the
Breach, the Independent* Come Up,
and a Complete limit I* the Keni.ll.
(From Our special Wnr Cora'spo'inlpiit).
Langley Pkaikik, June fith.—Following the meeting at Fort Langley on
Thursday, .mother was announced to
take place the same evening at Langley
Prairic. By some strange misunderstanding the candidates woie not posted
as to the place of meeting, some going
to one school, a few to another aud only
one, Capt. Thompson, reaching the proper place, namely, Murray's Hotel, at
the hour named for tho meeting'. There
was a large number of people waiting
for the candidates, and not to disappoint
them, Capt. Thompson opened 4lro and
jnured in broadside after broadside of
red hot Government policy, private
policy, etc., into tho ranks of the electors
present. For half an hour this sort of
think continued, and the Captain was
retting along swimmingly, elated at
inving tlie field to himself und probably
counting between sentences the vast
number of votes this meeting would
add to his list ou election day. Your
correspondent arrived some time before
the remainder of the candidates, and
rather disturbed the unanimous harmony and one-sided character of the
meeting.
Capt. Thompson had repeated a fow
of the Government pledges, which he
felt certain would be carried out to the
letter. By the way of divertisement
your correspondent asked the s|>eaker to
explain how it wns he had such confidence iu the Government aud Hon.
John Robson, when only two hours before, at Langley, he had plainly stated
on the platform that the Hon. Premier
was not sincere iu his promises, and did
not intend to fulfill them. This rather
staggered the Captain, and he endeavored to deny it, but was "ot permitted to
ilo so, Mr. Sim, a gentleman present ul
(Before the Hon. Mr. Justice McCrelgbt.j
Mr. Blake, for the defence of Lak-
initze, cross-examined the Indian witness Billy at great length yesterday
afternoon without shaking the evidence
a particle.
Alary, the klootchman of the deceased
Anmut, on being swom.gave practically
the same evidence as tlie previous witness, she also being an eye-witness to
the murder, and a cross-examination
failed to bring out facts other than those
which have already been published.
Scharsmidt, a medical student, who
performed the autopsy upon the body
of the murdered Anmut, was sworn, and
gave evidence regarding the nature and
extent of the injuries, any one ot which
would have produced death. There
wns uo appearance that the man had
been drowned,
This concluded the evidence iu the
cuse, and neither counsel wishing to
address the jury, His Lordship went
over the facts which had been clearly
proved, nnd instructed the jury to
bring iu a verdict of manslaughter,
there having been no evidence of malice
aforethought. The jury therefore returned a verdict of manslaughter without leaving their seats and the prisoner
was remanded for aentencc. The court
then adjourned until 10 o'clock this
morning.
Court resumed this morning at 10:80 .
o'clock, when the case of Regina vs.
Wilson, for larceny at Vancouver was
called.
I The following jury was then impanelled: W. Cascallen, H. Morrisont J.
I Armstrong. R. Blake, W, H. Calder,
David Nevin, J. Cash. H. Bruce, J. B.
Burr, A. Campbell, Thos. Robertson, S.
Calbeek (foreman).
-Mr. A. St. George Ilammersly. the
Crown prosecutor, then addressed the
jury, giving the circumstances of the
case which are virtually as follows:
Several men were nt the Albion saloon,
Vancouver, and among the number waa the prisoner, Wilson, and the
principal witness, Roach, from whom
the money was stolen. Harry Roach
had American notes and money to the
amount of $ 10U or over, while it wbb
known that prisoner had none. Roach
became intoxicated, and a witness,
Jamieson, observed prisoner put his
hand iu the left hand trowsers pocket of
Roach, who went to sleep on a table in
an adjoining room, and take something
out. Roach had the money when he
went to sleep, und all the contents of
his purse were taken. In the meantime the prisoner was spending money
freely, though but a few moments before he had none. Complaint waa made
to tho police, and uext day the prisoner
was arrested, having the purse in his
possession,
Harry Roach was the first witness
called, and gave evidence to the effect of
hiB having lost the money, and complaining to the police, witli the result
that tlie prisoner was arrested.
Jameson, the next witness, said that
he was bartender at tho Albion, and
upon the night in question, when going
out to draw beer, saw Roach asleep on
the table with prisoner by his side. Saw
liim (prisoner) pull his hand out of
Roach's pocket very quickly and put his
hand in his own pocket. Saw little of
liim that evening, and thought the two
men were friends.
Officer Haywood, of Vancouver, upon
being sworn, said that he had searched
the prisoner nud found about f 17 on
him.
Wm. Jones, thu next witness, who
works on the Premier, said that prisoner
came aa a stowaway from Seattle to
Vancouver, he having no money. He
gave prisoner 25 cents to get a meal with
shortly afterwards.
Moiitagttv, another witness, saw prisoner in the Tivoli that night and
changed a $20 American note Tor him.
Frank Lytton, a prize tighter, said
that the prisoner had a quantity of
money on the night in question and
wanted to lend him some.
This closed the caso for the prosecution.
Mr. Gaynor, for the defence, then
charged the jury, making an eloquent
plea for Ida client, after which His
Loidship summed up the case, putting
tlie facts plainly and fairly before the
jury, when, after retiring for 10 minutes, they brought in a verdict of
"guilty."
The prisoner was remanded for sentence.
The court was then adjourned until 10
o'clock on Monday morning.
Open  Door*  Wanted.
A meeting of the school trustees will
be held this evening at which a complaint of Mr. Bland against the teacher,
Mr. Kayo, for whipping the former's
boy will be considered. It is to be
hoped the court of inquiry will sit with
open doors. These arc not wanting who
attribute the very unprofitable school
controversy, in which blood, religion
and education were badly mixed up, to
the bail practice of a public body in
barring ita doors and pulling down the
blinds before proceeding to business.—
Wednesday1* Colonist,
A  Providential Kncape.
Tnov, June ii.—Six ties were fastened
with ropi'a across the Delaware and
Hudson tracks just Mow the trestle
work at Watorford, at eleven o'clock
Inst night, with the evident intention
of wrecking the north bound midnight
sleeper. The engine attached to the
pay car struck the obstruction and
broke the ropes without leaving the
track.   No damage was done. VOLUME VIII-No. MM..
THE DAILY COLUMBIAN
KiilDAY HVKSIXG, JUNE ,]. UM.
CORRESPONDENCE.
MAKE   IIAHTK   WITH THAT FKllllV,
EBi'fon Coi.inu.ux—Sir: Having mid
a good dent nhoul your Ferry t'i, Itriilge
iIIkubiiIoii between Westminster uud
tlio Surrey tide of the Frasor, I voater-
clu.v hud tin: pleasure, or 1 sliould'mther
say the tenor, oi crossing tho rivor on
what is known as the K. do K. (orry
bout. There wore throe tenuis nml about
one dozen passengers besides tbe crew
iintl some (logs, evory |mssihlc space on
tbo old scow was packed with soinctiiing
or someboilv, Ibe old wiltor-lngged thing
was down lo the water-edge, the least
iintowiird luoveinant would have humph.
od every body and thing into the wlilrl-
Ing foaming .invent. I have traveled a
good deal ami I never yot saw sucli
lorry ai imnndntlon on such a river.
A   Vr-TOUIAN,
THE DAIIiT COLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, JUNE 0, 1800.
FRANK  BOOTH,
Licensed City Scavenger.
Orders Promptly Attended to.
Address P. O.
A BARGAIN IN LAND.
ONE   HUNDRED ACRES OF FIRST-CLASS
Agricultural Lam*
Townsltc of Port Moody
Auric»ltnnil Land on tlio bothers nf tlio
This Is u great chance, as lho properlv muut
he disposed of quickly.
For further particulars applv to
8. \V\ LEHMAN,
mj-andwlm Port Moodv, B. C.
Tin* H iinlil.-tlnri 'i'riiin.
The team thnt is toroproaonl Caniutn ""'WotSSifSBj'wii,
High School Entrance Examination.
ri.HK SEMI-ANNUAL EXAMINATION OP
'.., »-|>llf»n<"'ore_.ln.n-0 lo a High Soliool
will lie liolil In lho Central School Blillcllng, Mow
w ._i.iltii.ter, conim.enclng nt fl a. in., June mh.
Oantjlitntcs musl ho punctunl.
.. 1). POPE,
Miipl.of .ilacntioii,
SUMMER EXCURSION RATES
Harrison HoF Springs!
From  Westminister   or   Vancouver
to Agasslx Station and return; good
from Friday until Monday, or From
Saturday or Sunday until Tuesday... •'" 3d
Round trip by Stage from Agassi;, to
Springe     I oo
From Westminster or Vancouver to
Agassis Station and return;   good
for80days  BOO
Round trip by Stage for this rate     1 30
Hops and Concert* in million twice a week
aftor Mth of May. Splendid Fishing and Hunting.
Our Hot Mineral Bath- In charge of careful
and trained attendants. Separate department
for Ladles. dmvsml
mi the,lil Wimbledon Common Hum
seflson if ii ivnitirkiilily Btrong one, nml
i-.iuiilil ii not t-'oine buck victorious, il in
fiifo to ntlli'in tluil it will ronttor n v!T>-
tfood iiocoitnl of Jtsolf and show scoroa
high ti|i iu tho list, fallowing wo the
unmet., nml. mul roHldeiiooH onha coin-
IH'tilurn:
.VIJU.U..111N TI'.iJI—Ink*.
fimitl., I.tciii.-Ciil. 15, n, film-, ii, i\ ii, (j. \„
Vieli.rln, It. i.
Adj.., Major  A,   II.   Todd,   n»y.   (Km. I>\ ii.
otiawH, nui.
I, Corp, K. Harris. l«ili linn., Hamilton, Out.
'.'. Scry I. C. M. lliill, 7!Uh I..11I,, Waterloo, Ull.'.
il. Pie, J. V.. Htilclii-ini, l.ird li!iii..(iiiaua.lHU,
4. l'apt,i:.(l. Zealand,i;llh ball.,Ili.mlllon,Ou|..
■». (.'apt. F. II. Ross, lliili Imtt., IIimiMliiii, Out.
H. 14. F. Iti-Mliarals. itrd Vic. rU., Moiitivnl. (.in.
7. Caul. H. St.c. silver, (Bird bull., Halifax, ,V. s.
K. ('ol.-Syt.   .M.   II     MciiiliT'iiii. li'.ml   iiiiil., St.
John, X, It.
IN I'lt'. ('. A. .W.lltlilf.-MlKl   ball.. Ili.U m ML.
Ont.
ID. 1.1, W, ll.ua, lllh ..nn., Kim;.i,in.	
II. .Sgl. .1. ili.rsc.v,.-intli hull., llmnii.iiivlll.', Oitl,
I'A (,'iipl. J. A. Lougworth. I',   I:    I.  (birr. Art .
Chariot let own, I'. I.. 1.
in. Pte. J. Davis, will .loyal (iron., Toronto,
dmylOtd
11. Mai	
Halifax, X, s.
15. U.K. A,
N.r
Halifax  GttV,   All.,
nil,
SI, J., ll li
ItlflOK,
mIiii
ami hut., st. j.ihu. x. ii.
is( llrls. Holt) Art.. Guolph,
Iti. Cunt. W. Jilshoi
17. Capt. H. H.iirn
Out.
18. U.J. Manning,
111. Stafl-Sgt, ,1. liKH
Ont.
20, capl.E. il, llustocd, Vie, m(„ Montreal, Quo.
Stnff-Scrgoniil OggluiBshot at Wimbledon in 187i), SO, HI, 87 and 80. He is
tin Ontario mun. Coi'pornl Morris has
heen thero iu 1871), 1882 and 1881), mid
Lieut. Smith hut. represented Canada's
interests in 1882,1887 and 1888. The
others who have shot nt Wimbledon for
Canada aro: Cnpt. SSon)i_iu1t1888; Capt.
Koss, 1883; Lieut. Horn, 1887; Sergt,
Horsey, 1889; Major Garrison, 1884;
Capt. Gray, 1871) ami 1888. Tho others
are men who have established themselves as representative Canadian shots,
uud hold, most of tliem, good records on
home ranges.
TENDERS  WANTED.
UKAUCIl TICXDI.I.S WILL IIH RECEIVED BY
\j lho Delia Municipal Council up to noon of
Niitnrdny lln. 7th day of .Vune next, for tho
$$$__$! <r".m ™l'VK TO EIGHTEEN
IIUSliftBlH-irnri. YARDS OF CKAVEL. to be
used fur (•ravelling tlie Main Trunk Road,
lenders to htatefiiiiiumt per yard for doll verv
mi Seowfl »t the nearcHt accessible point to road,
and also amount por yard for delivering and
nwlrlbtititiR upon road licit, commencing at the
wharf, Ladner's Landing.
snecltieatbuis may bo obtained at ray oflVt*.
Tlio lowci or nuy tender not necessarily ae-
''fined. \\m. Mck'EK.
[.minors, Mnv aitli, um). c, m. c.
dwnrAJtd
Election Card.
To   the.   Elvvtor*   of   New   Went minuter
District,
NKNTU..MKX.-AI the urgent M.licilation of
a largo number of Electors throughout tho Din-
trlci, I linveeonsenlcd to offer myself ns a oandidate ill'.ha flnvoriiment Interest, to represent
tbe Dislrict of Sow Westminster in Hie next
Legislative AniomWy.
Your obedient Sorvuiil,
J. C, HF.NDKR_.ON.
OhlUiwhaolt, ll.c, May ill, 1800.    my'SMwle
NOW RUNNING 5 CHAIRS I
— ao TO —
Geo.   Mead's
 K(Ut	
Shttvlngdt Hair-Cutting,,
Shampooing,
Hot 6c Oold  Bathe.
rpHB HEADING SAI.OOX IX THE CITY.
X The largest and IicnI aNMirtineiit of Nmok>
InvPliic* In the City. Solo agent for II. C. for
II. 'IlbliN, Sou A Cn.'s Missouri I'aleiil Corn Cob
I'ipes, which In the very bolt Com Cub Pipfl
mnde. Rotail Dualers.-seud to CEO. MEAD for
wliolosulo prleeM. dtnvSte
BOATS FOR HIRE ANO FOR SALE
ROYRL    KVENUE.
PLANTS FOR BALK OF    
Flowers ot overy description.
WE. TIIE  UNDERSIGNED WISH  TO AN-
tt    iioiuioo io tlio public generally thai wo
 ■■'■■'    ■ '   " "     o'dnhllKlimont at
• siurtod a tmiil-huiidlng (
Foot of Ellioe Street,
ALL KINDS AND
,-   ,---rV       ,    •■. iption.   A il no ho-
leotlon of Hanging liusketn Irom M5ot*. lo»;.»,..., 	
each.   Plants In pots from r.utn. upwards    A i " "JT' tfu ill,,',ll, ki't'l'lnu on hand ti full
splendid stock to select from.   Orders by mall  '    '        '        ' '
promptly atlondsd to.   Croaac*. » rent Iih mid
RoiiquetH to order.     ALFRED ('. WII.SON,
I of I'loiumre Hunts
r sale
TO THE ELECTORS OF
New Westminster District
GENTLEMEN:-! beg to announce myself
an Independent candidate for the l^tilsiatlv
Assembly at the coming election.
As most of you are aware, I tun nn old ivsidem
oftho Dlitrlftt, und largely Interested in Us
growth and prosperity.
• I am in favor of tho division of lho DUiXcl
into ridings, and sliall Insist upon our having
our fair share of representation, aeconilng Jo
our population und resources, in tlio J-^ "•»"
Afitllia District contributes verv ^g__W
_fftelylil tho
  — .TTarjrc appropriation-! for public works, nnd substantial grants |o
ibe various municipalities.
InmnStrang advocateofn frectmllle bridge
across the Eraser at JJrmmsvili... ami should
urge that the (ioveininent subsidise Hint work,
and I should also press for tlio construction of n
bridge across the 1'itl River.
I am utterly opposed to the immigration of
Chinese, und thoircmplmineiit on public works
nf any character.
I am strongly in fnvor of borrowing tho immov
necessary to develop the agricultural counirv by
opening up roads along tbe section Hues.
I should advocate uny R'nsnnuble assistance
to a railway from Hope (town the south nhlo oi
the Frnser, as such a line would given vast Impetus to the development of our District.
If you do me Hie honor to elect me 1 sluill do
my best to advance our interests In these and
other matters.
I mil, (ientlemcii.
Yours sincerely,
JAMES 1'UNCll.
lirownsville. Surrey. May ill, laid,   jir.'dwld
TO THE ELECTORS OF
I New Westminster District i
	
_ QENTLEMEX.-i oflfer myself as a candidate
■In represent you iu tho Provincial legislature,
■on the platform suggested by the Mainland An-
Tjociatlon, free from nnv pledge lo either part v.
f 1 bold myself at liberty to givo an imlepend-
■mt support to Any Government that mav ho
llhoscn by the people. As an elect or, I think
■he Dislrict would mnke a mistake should (hi.
fcleetors condone last session's Redistribution
■IIU, by returning cither the Hon. Mr. Robson.
and for hire
Boat Trimmings, Oars, Paddles, etc.
Tulepbone connection at RoshUiiee.
WILSON & WI8E.
X«w Westminster, May :':', i»«i.       dmy33tc
Jail Pap  Wall Paper
BRITISH COI.UJIBIA
THOMAS AU-SOP. ,
HEKRY S. MASON, [
OUYI.HR A. HOLLAND,.
HEAD   OFFlt'K:
in Serjeant's Inn, Fleet Street,
LONDON, UNO.
The llitxino-s nf A.-8.P & Mason tins lieen
mergeil lu the above company anil will be earned on by the Company from tills dale an a general Und Investment and lii.u.nnee Auenev.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgaiie al Low Rales.
Town Lots and Fanning Lands for Sale on easy
terms.
Victoria, Jl. a, May lain. 1887 dwfeltc
City Bakery!
LEADING  BREAD AND CAKE ESTABLISHMENT IN THE CITY.
FBESfldiciffl.
Pastry and Confectionery
CONSTANTLY OX HAND.
Wedding Cakes a Specialty.
All orders promptly at tended to. A Deli verv
i;art in connection with the business.
City Bakery—Nkxt Boon to Fibk Station.
1ki.bphoni.Cau 121. dtc
F. CRAKE,
Practical Watchmaker & Manufacturing Jeweler
4 DOORS WEST FEOM POST OFFICE.
Gold and Silver Watches, Chains, Biaftiond, Ruby
Sapphire and Other Rings.
The best quality of PLATED and TABLE WARE in all designs.
A Fine Assortment of Clocks
Spectacle, and Eye-O-lasses to suit all Sights.
Special   attention  to  Watcli   Repairing.     All   kinds   of   Jeirelery
manufactured on the premises by first-
class workmen;
The Cheapest House In Town.
dwfeite
E.J. NEWTON.
F.J. MEYER.
Newton 4 Meyer
(SUCCESSORS TO K. CANNIFF)
Manufacturers it Importers of
HARNESS,  SADDLES,
Bridles, Whips, Spurs, &c.
— tht business we are prepared to turn out
any work In our line. All ordem promptly attended to and work guaranteed to be fimt-claMs.
Prices to suit.
FRONT ST. next lo Holbrook House)
dWiiptlti NBW WKfi'lMIXSTKK, ll i:
THRIFT & HacLEAN,
Hotel Douglas.
(ON THK KUIIOI'KAN PLAN)
Corner Columbia and  Mackenzie sts.
A. J. TOLMIE, PROPRIETOR.
New Fire-Proof Brick Building, with all the Latest Improvements,
The table is supplied with the best the market affords.
RESTAURANT PRIYII.EG1.S OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
M. MATHESON,
Merchant Tailor,
Is noiv showing a complete line of ENGLISH WORSTEDS AND SCOTCH
AND IRISH TWEEDS, wind, he is
prepared to make up at reasonable
rates.
A call solicited, and perfect tit« guaranteed.
Douglas Street, two doors from Columbia St., New Westminster.        dfeltc
LOOK!     LOOK!     LOOK!
Grand Clearance Sale
FiNe.sH7«rp___e Rooras.
Private Dining Booms for Ladios and Families.
to all Trains and Steamers.
luli-/dl_
Convenient
QUEEN'S HOTEL
New Westminster.
{"nfSHl   "iT6. WALKER, Proprietor.
Douglas Street Nursery
HAVING PUBCUASEb THK ABOVE WELL
knoivu business from Mr. Latham, I would
silk a continuance of the publii. patronage; nnd
mill nt tent Ion to my Inrne assortment of
Window and Bedding Plants,
Roses in Pots, for Jiuttae or garden,
Calla Lilies & Begonias (cheap)
, Parties intending to plant will please call und
inspect before pun-hasing elsewhere.
gtf Bouquet* and Dosigiis made to order.
8. 0. TIDY.     .
dftplflle DotHflaa «t. Nursery, New West.
lit 1*
Have Just Itoi-eived
Fresh Creamery and Roll Butter.  Extra Quality.
Also Freali Groceries anil Oeneral Provisions.
(IowIn delivered to miy part ot the elty Irce.
l.'or. Columbia and riotlRla. Sin.
dlellc NEW WKSTMINSTKR.
lVKSTHINSTEn
DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS
MR.   GLADSTONE
STRONGLY ADVISES ADVEUTISINO, AND EVEN HE HOES NOT KNOW THE VALUE OF
II In WestmlnBter, Inn we do, nnd as tills City
IS
About to lie Interlaced with electric street railways, mid the Southern Bailwav Is at lust
COMING
Into our midst, we would strongly urge workingmen and capitalists alike
TO
Buy while ther« are bargains, and invest In
WESTMINSTER
Property.   The "Hnaps" are not all gone yot.   If you don't believe it, make a resolve
TO   VISIT
Our Ofliee, and when you have -put yonr hand to the plough," don't look back, hut come straiirlit
to us, and inspect a complete list of City and Farming property,
    PRENTI8& UPPER, Opp,C,P,R,Depot,
Artists' Materials, Mixed
Paints.
Devoe's Enamel for Brie-i-lnc.
I'api-r   Hanging uud   Ititt'iioi'   Decnrnling  a
specialty.    House mul Hign Pointing,
\>xt Door to A. AI, lli't'riiitf'N
l>ni(f Htoro.
 dinyaito
TO THE ELECTORS OF
New Westminster City.
GENTLEMEN!—In response, to a requisition,
timorously signed, which has beon proMtttf"1 '"
ine, 1 bog to oilt'i* myself as reprosenlutiv
numerously signed, which has been presented m
ine, 1 bog to oilt'r myself as rciirenet" ""
this fifty Iu tho Provincial Uglsliiture
NOTARIU PUILIC, CONVEY ANCIRS, ETC.
St, Leonard's, Blaine, B. CI
OEEIOE:
Near International Line.
Town Lois lu BLAINE, B. C. and
WHITE BOPK OITY, and Oholoo
Farming Property In all parts of the
Distriot.
f^CorrcKpfliidciu'e ..olleli. ,t.       my»ml
To  ABBOTSFORD
From Vancouver
Via MiMsion-Siimas Brnncli of C. P. R.
From Seattle
Via Luke Shore and -.astern Kail wav.
To the Electors of the District of
.   New Westminster.
(1ENTI.EMEN:-
It having been reported that I have retired
from tbe contest for the representation of your
District in tbe House of Commons, I beg to give
suoh statement the most unqualified contradiction,
I am In tlio Held to stay, und shall remain
there until the dny of polling, when by your
votes, I confidently expect to lie returned as the
member for New Westminster Distriot.
Till then, I solicit your support, and remain,
(iciittemen, yourobedleut servant.
W. II. IiADNBBi
May7th,lM0. dwmyittc
FOR SALE.
,»e..,_ OF BOOTS & .
Commencing on Monday, 19th May.HFor Two
Weeks Only.
As Mr. Rousseau is about to leave the Oity, the
whole stock iniist lie sold at prices to suit customers nml some tit less tliiin cost.
Wc guarantee to sell goods ns above stated—at prices never before offered in New
Westminster.
LIST OP   PRICeS:
SKl.MNtl   H.IH't'.ll
CHICKS.       CHICKS.
Ladies'Kid Boots...    • t2 25.      »1 75
Imngoln Kid  Hoots  ;joo 2 00
,,",...'.'„''     „ „...'.'.'.'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' S 75 2 50
I' rencli Knl Hntlon Boots                550 400
*       Russet Oxford Sltocs                    200 1 _B
Old Ladies'. Oxford shoes                                                     .m 75
Misses' French ICid Shoes                  200 160
Children's Hulton Hoots                ] go 75
Men's Working Bonis      175 ,25
" 'Prime Kip (water tight)     226 175
Boys' Luces                       , aa 1 nn
lOlltlls   ,   or. on
Men sl'ino l*iii)l Weill'  sop 225
\\m\* _"u   ",>    "   '   ' '..'...'.'.','.';? AGO 2 50
Men h Button Boots 450 2 50
Mtn'8 Froiioli Dongoln   4 00 2 60
Men's Kino Tunned Lafeoa   3 00 2 60
Men's Tunned Oxford Shoes  2 26 1 90 '
__WTho entire slock will bo sold ut tlie above reduced prices.   Call earlv to
secure Imrynins.
ROUSSEAU & CO.,
dwinvliltc Oohirabia Street, New Westminster.
Proprietor.
IMPORTER AND BREEDElt OF FANCY
POULTRY and other PET STOCK, comprising: L.fht Brahmas, l'artrldge Cochins, Plymouth Bock, Itlack Mlnorcaa,
White Created Blkofc Polanda, Oolden
Founds, White Faced Blaek Spanish,
Silver Pencilled Hamburg!, Hondana,
Blaek Red Games, Pit Games, Kotien
Ducki, Babbits.
TWENTY FIRST PRIZES awarded at laut
Provincial Exhibition.
Fowls and EftgH fn season. For part leu bus
address, JNO. S. COX,
dwrnh'-Mte     London St., New Westminster,
Kant of Colonial Hotel,
Has just received a full line of the latest designs in
Suitings & Fancy Worsteds,
And Is prepared to make up clothes In any style
lo suit all that favor htm with their
patronage.
THE ONLY ARTISTIC CUTTER A
TAILOR IN THE CITY.
A Call Solicited.    FIT GUARANTEED OR NO
PAY.  Prices reasonable.
dfeltc
AND     STOCK     RANCHES   FOR
11. ACKERMAN,
New Westminster.
1 Columbia Mills. Timber and Trailing Company.
I frankly confess that, uside from the nro.il
([Uestionof tlu> just distribution of li'irMiitive
nower, I would si'tircely cure lo lie 11 cnndldute.
h' v.ui do me tin. honor to elect me I hIuiM mnke
1 luii <iucst|on mv tlrst consideriitloti nl all times,
und lu order to do this It is essential thnt I
keen quite free from any cnlitiujlliu!  ..IH.Liim
    with either OoviTitment or Opposition.   Hut lo
ir candidates ham]iered by pledges to support i lho puoplpund tlie advocacy of the rights of the
ji_i Government, as representatives of ibis con.; people, In this mutter und in nil others, I can
■tilucncy. fully uud freelv pledge myself; und with those,
H Mr.Rooson Isstnndlng for (iirllxio ns well us bctlioyon wind hide of the House thev mav,
■u- Westminster District, so there is no need io ' who nre. unlimited hvn similar spirit, I will work
yor that the Province will be deprived at his cordially,
ES^iWJi.SfiiSlff0'       ""' rtwlon     'M Present crisis deiiinnds special trcntiuonl.
Vtree w.Ith mc on this point. I Weof the l-ower Mnlnlnnd mv .lenled our Just
1 i shnrc of leglslniive power, tmd mi long as that Is
.Ihe cuse our true policy, in my opinion—nay
lho•■""- ■■|: ' " ■ ■■ -
s pnl
■Min:
11 am In favor of dividing Westminster Distil,
■ito ridings. .
1 Any measures tiiatappotir lome In be fur Hie
Jenetit of the Province would have my suupnrt,
■nd 1 think thut some snfe scheme might be de-
•sed by which Hie credit of the Provinco might
m lent for loeu! Iiiiprovcments.
■The contract svstcni ouslit In lie more si rictly
lirrled out.
If should nho like to see some tiiodillciitlonof
lie municipnl system, liv which Inmlilies out-
■do of muiiicipiititk'siiil^lii luivc more direct
Biitrolot llieexpcndiluies in ilieir iicigbbor-
Wiods, so ns to secure the most economical nud
Illcleiit dlspositl of such funils uud relieve the
■uUral Government f'i>m the invidious task of
raiding between 'dtllbront claim.
Speculation in wild binds, wh 	
monltural. or mineral, should bo discouraged,
^honld you elect me I will doinv dutv to the
Mnf my ability, nnd trust you will give me
Jcdtt for honesty nf purpose,'.'vcti •.hotihl you
|sseul from my judgment.
Your obcdleni Sorvniil,
_ ('. Jl. SWORD.
I^latsqul, Muy BO, 1890. djii'.'id-wtd
TO THE ELECTORS OF
Westminster   District.
lENTI.EMEN :-At the eiirnesl request of a
|e number of the Electors of New Westiulii-
IDistrict, I have consented to hecome 11 eim-
Itntorcprcseni you In Hie Provincial Par-
lent.
kill endeavor to briefly present to von somo
■e principal points lu iny plntform.
I 1 am In fnvor of representation by popu-
■11 and wlll consider It mv lirst dim- tu >c-
|ii fniriind Jnst represenlatlon for the Main-
. I nm iu favor of dividing the District in-
(dings. ,
I i wilr eildeuv-.r l<i InCMBSO the grunt to
IclMtitlcs from (l.ooii 101:1,000 per annum,
liwoulrt alsobo Infnvorof raising Iho tnx
m lauds to such nn extent ns would pro-
poonlntors from holdmi. tnirctracls nf
Ji the detriment of actual settlers.
■lamIn favor of the Government adnpt-
■uhlic works policv nnd borrowing n mil-
■liars, and cxpeutling the siimcou rombi
lldges throughout the District and ulso on
■jno for tlio rechimaiion nf ovoritowcrt
J would strongly urge uimiii the I'rnviu-
■d Donilnlnn (lovernnieiits the necessity
■nglhet'liy of Westminster In the linmc-
■otistruclloii of 11 Tralllc lirtdgo ncrois the
■ River.
■I would also use my best ondCftVOW to
I railroad cunstriictod from Popeuni to the
■To rc|x.'<il I'lntlSt. H of the Public Hclionls
J The ciilting <»f u cuiuil from Mud Dny to
■rnscr, thereby draining it inrgo portion of
■citii, and uvoldlng the dangers of Point
Its.
I, The erection of u Trnfflc Bridge ul Pitt
J- nnd tho cxtcusiotiof the Westminster rond
hgh to Agassi/.
Jlnll ulso endciivor, if circled, to visit all
Inns of the District prior lo the meeting of
■ament to lenm your wants, so ns to be In ti
■ion to discuss the snmo Intelligently during
■csslnn.
■ conclusion, gentlemen. I  would ask ,
■our votes, confidence aud support nl Iho
_icoming election.
I rem nln,
Yours faithfully,
pmyUlld ARTHL'R M.  HEltltiNW.
pollcywlilehrnirowii self-respect coiu|k.In us
lo adopt—i,. to return 110 mini in ibe legislature
who wlll not make tho vlitlitlng of that wrong
liis Ilrst busbies*. II mny snfelv Im nssiimod
thut those who shull tie round willing to do
right In this mutter, wll >>e ilic mosi tikclv lit dn
right in others also.
NotwIihHtuiiiHngihe utmost di'vothni to this
first qucslion, your representative wlll huve to
deal with iiinnv other mailers, and perhaps It
will be sullicient now to say on this point that I
believe there in room for n good deal of work before the ndmiiilsiriiti.nl of public iifl'ulrs cun
claim to ho what It should bc—government bv
the pcoplc/or lho people, I should earnest I ven [
denvor io do my sluiro of that work.
I believe I may safely assume that yoil need
no assurance of my deep aud abiding interest iu
even-thing thnt makes for the prosperity of \>w ;
Westminster City,
I nm, Gentlemen,
Very truly yours,
dmylOte J. C. BROWN,
TO THE ELECTORS
—OF THE—
Westminster Electoral District.
(lENTl-KMI'-N.-As it isdifflctilt to arrange to
see each individual elector before .'lection duy,
I wish to nut before you the platform on which
I stund whilst seeking your support.
- i'p to the introduction of the Constitution
Amendment Act, I should have supported the
present Government, but I now stiiud independent of nl) parties on that mensure, pledged
io obtain a fair and just Redistribution Act
Immediately after the pumiealinii of tbe census
returns; such act to be hasr-d ns nearly as ihis-
slblc ilium population, die abolillnn of Dm balance 01 power and lho division of districts Into
one member constituencies. Outside this pledgo
I claim tho privilege of being allowed tosupport
nuy legislation of a jusl and benetlefal nature
which maybe Introduced bv the Government,
I will endenvor to Impress upon the Government tho necessity of the utmost liberality in
the expenditure for the opening up of nllugri-
cultural districts and even, IT ucccssarv, to hor-
row money for this purpose.
. The conservation nf nil public Imids for actual
settlement, und the abolition of ull .-ales of land
in large ureas, will be one of the chief object 11
shull hold iu view, ami tn also assist In the
greatest amount of land being brought Into cultivation. I would advocate the Wild Und Tax
being raised to 2't cents per acre.
It wilt also bo my endenvor to impress upon
the Government tho absolute necessity of inking
slops to nsslst lu the reclamation of the large
urcaof land subject to overflow by the Eraser,
sous to render it all fit forcultlvatlon, feeling
sure thut any monoy spent In that direct ion
wilt lion good Investment, as the lands wlll he
greatly enhanced in valuo for assessment.
From the above you wlll soo I stand as a supporter of the Government, except 011 ono measure, and feel stiro that you wilt sec that as I
nm it resident farmer In the district our Interests are Identical, nud I hopo tu be utile tu
mniurlallyndvnnco tho inter, sts of the district
should you honor mens your representative.
1 nm, 1ientle1nf.11,
Yours Obediently,
LIVINGSTON THOMPSON.
Hnt-lc I'mlrl., H.(!„ Mny 27. WO.     dm. M
NEW WELLINGTON
pONSIIMEltS OF NEW WELLINGTON t.'OAI.
^' will remember thnt lu addition to its being
very much harder nnd cleaner thou any oilier
In the market, they get the full advantage of
dealing direct with the Colliery.
SOLE AGENT:     ,1. W. CRBIOHTON,
Wkbsteii'h Wua it f,
Telephone 1M.-P, 0. llox 17«.
Orders may also he given to W. 15. DICKINSON, Front Street. dnptdc
OlHWelUttgtbn
The Best Coal on the Pacific Coast.
FROM THE DUNSMUIR MINES.
I or wile by     H. ELLIOTT,
On Ewen's Wharf.
Orders left ut lho Store of W. McCOLL, Columbia Stroet, or it my office will receive immediate
attention.
New Westminster, April 11,1800.     dnpl9y1
__ holders of the abovo Company will be held
011 Monday, Kith June, prox., at a p.m. ut
the Company's Office, Hastings Saw Mill, Vancouver, for tlie election of Directors.
RICHARD H. ALEXANDER,
Provisional Secretary.
Vancouver, U.C., 20th May, 18(H).    '    dmy'JOtd
NOTICE OF SALE BY SHERIFF
I'lir.Hiiuiit to   KxecuUon   Againflt
UiuIn Act, 1874.
Id the Supreme Court of British Columbia
ARTRUAS DAVISON, Plaintiff;
WILLIAM CALKINS and A. RNNIS, Defendants.
IN ODKD1KNCK TO A WMTOP FL FA. issued out of the supreme Court of British
Columbia at New Westminster, nn the 2nd May,
18MI, and to me directed in the above naniwi
suit, for the sum of fBI&H, debt and costs, together with interest on same at the raw of six
ncr centum per annum from (be 20lh November,
[880, besides Slierifl's fees nnd poundage, Ac, I
„   -,.,-. „     „. r Auction, nt the
Court Houso, Now Westminster, on
have seined, nnd will sell by
"  "       iff
Tuesday, the 3rd Day of June, 1890.
At 1 o'clock p.m., all the right, title und Interest of tho said A, Ennls, In the lauds as desert bed
In this advertisement, or sufficient thereof to
satisfy the Judgment, debt and costs In this
action, subject to a mortgage for 11000,00 and
Interest thereon nt ii per centum per minimi
from the 21st February, im.
District.
No. of J-Ot,
New
West-
m 1 nster.
North-East
Jjj of Hec.
aa, Township M,
•
Concise Dose rip'
Hon nf Property.
Farming Lund,
partly liupror
ed, with buildings the 1 con.
Estate or
Interest.
The judgment was registered in the Land
Registry Ofllce, New Westminster, against said
bind on the Will November, IBM.
W. J. ARMSTRONO.
dwymd       .     dlierlfr.
The abovo Sale le postponed until
Tuesday the 17th day of June, 1800,
W. J. ARMSTRONO,
Sheriff.
McPHEE BROS.
Shipwrights A Boat-builders
«T" BOATS FOR  HIKE -^>
New Westminster, B.C.
ESTABLISHED  1868.
DICKINSON & COM'Y
BUTCHERS,
Nearly Opposite Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
The Largest und Choicest Assortment
of ull Descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to
Families, Ttestnurants, and Steamboats
at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
dfeltc
Cunningham Bros.
(..[.(.»' Ill f, S, SCOULUM 4 CO, t II, M, CUNNINGHAM t CD)
 DEALERS IN	
HARDWARE
Stoves, Tinware, House Furnishing Goods, Plumbing Goods,
Brass Goods, &c.
Our stook of Hardware, General House Furnishings,
&c, will he found at Mann. Scoiillnr & Pn.'s Old Stove. In tho Scotilln.-A.in-ti'ong
Block.
Our stook of Plumbing Goods, including a most com
ploto line of PUMPS, PIPE, PIPE FITTINGS, BRASS GOODS, &c„ will 1»
.otinil nt our old etnnd, nt Ihe corner of Coliiinliiii & BegWe Streets; while
A full line of Stores and Tinware will be carried at
both Store..
A_rOn_.r- for till kind, of TIN-WORK and REPAIRING mnv he left at the
Brick Store, where (hey will receive prompt attention. MTOrdefe for PLUMBING and GALVAXIZlin IRON CORNICE WORK may belcft at our old stand.
Brick Store, where they will r
"G and GAL
dwmy20tc CUNNINCHHM BROS
i iih.. Oililfellnws' Hull,
CoIu.i.I.Ih St.,   -   WuHtmlimter.
Iliitf. tier ilny, tl ami lipwiinl. llonrd and
lodgiinr. nor week, (5 nnd upward, according to
room.
M____ at all Hours, Pay and Nioht,
served in flmt'Olnss style.
dfc_.tr. rail.. II. SMITH, Manager.
FRONT STREET, NEW WESTWNSTEH.
JOHN RANKIN, - Proprietor.
Rates from $1 to $1.50 a Day.
dmyMtt.
, Education Hiuncii ovtiik
.'HOVINCIAL SKCttRTAHV'd DKPARTNKNT.
VlutoriH. M*iy Kill,
NOTICK IS 1IKREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Annual Kxamlnatton of Candidntcs lor
f'i'rtIflculeii of qiialtflcatlon to touch in the Pni>-
llc SflioolH of the Province wlll lit' held dn follow*, comiiit'iirlnn on Friday, July ttli, nt D
a, in.:
In Vletorla-High HcIkid] Dulldtnif.
In KamloopN—Public School IlnlldltiK-
Eacli applicant must forward n notice, thirty I
dayi before the exnmituition, HtiitiiiK the clnss
Binlirrudo of certilicate for which lie will bon
candid*!*,! he opllomil hhIiJccin nclected. mill nt
Which of the above-ninflcd plnccs ho wlll attend.
Every notice of intention to be examined
muut bo accompanied with a testlninnlnl ccrll-
fytnit to the moral chtiractcr of the candldale,
dmylOml
S. P. POl'E,
Sinicrliilcmlent ol Education.
The Shuswap and Okanagon Railway Co,
NOTICK IS IIKRKOY OIVEN THAT A
HpoclalKOlieralmeellnitof the sliarolioM-
cwi'I the Company will be held tit the ofllce of
.the Company. In the City ol Victoria. In the
Province of lirltlidi Columbia, on hatuiiiiav,
Till. 01NT day <>_.• May, 1-fliii. for the iiuriKise ot
(•oimiderhitt n lenolutlim to be mihinllted to tbe
iharelioldoni, nnd, It approved of bytliem, of
paining nindi renoliitiini for the Ixmie ol iiondu at
tho Company forn kiuii not exceeding Wfl.iuH)
IKirmlle, lnpiirHiianceofthc jirovlrdoiiN of tho
Aet of tho Parliament ot ('nnndn liicorjinrnlliii:
the Mid Company, nnd Tor Hociirlng the bond*
to be bo hailed hy a iiiortuagc deed with Midi
powew, provtiloilH,and ritliiiiiatlonx nsmnybe
dOKorlbcd In the mild deed, nnd may Im Hpprovcd
ol by Ihe tdiarcholdem; and iilxo for tbe puiihihc
of ooniiderhiR nuch olhcr IiiinIucss ns mav be
brouibt before xiieli mcetiiiuof n)i nre bolder;..
Dated nt Victoria lhlr 17th day at April, A. 1).
1W0. P. UllKis,
dnp'-'ftld Pmsldi'iii.
rpHK ABOVE MERTINO HAH I1EEN POST-
1 ponwl until TUESDAY, th« 17tlt day of
•fun* next.
I'. I.AUKIN,
I'rcHldcut.
Piled Victoria the until Mav, lino.     dnivHOtd
W. H. VIANEN
Fish A. Game
DEALER
. HOOT ST., NKW \V.!STM1N81'KR,
tW Hlglii'Ht Price paid lor Fnr. and llcer
Hides.  Corre-lHindeiiee'lnvlted,
TuloplioiioCnl! No,0. dtolll!
Douglas Street Bakery!
JFrofih Bread, Onkos, Pastry, Con-
fcctlnnery, oto., etc.
Hotel and   Rostftiirant Trade Solicited.
Foot of Douglas, near Oolumbia St.
All onler- promptly attended tn and delivered lo nny part of the city free. ilfeltc
The Grent Encllih Preierlptlon,
— A ■uoceatfmltedlelnauMdow   —"-
K yeara In thouundi of cases..
Cuna   Spematarrnsa, Nervousl
Weakness, Emissions, Impotence
and all illxnaaea cauatd by abute.*	
liiKfonit] indisoreUon, or ofir-«xirtlon. lima]
t:ixpnckaireiGHaronf-«ffoOur#wAM«floMeri
Foil  Aik your Uru«lit for **• fi-MiK»iiih
itltA uk« Boaubttinte, On* ptfikan
^u.K&aii.:{'8.,°rsssfiK;A*_.ai:
W. E. DICKINSON,
J
-OEAI.E11 IN-
WOOD,
Lime, Plaster, Cement, etc, etc.
-*!COAL{^
OUnKIiS TAKEN FOR
New Wellington Goal,
Office opponile Canadian IVIII. Xnvi-
galion Co's Wlinrf.
TEI.BPHOSE OAHJfl-
Offioe, SS; Resideno., 71.
dtollc	
—Bargains.
Riddle & Johnston,
SHIP-SMITHS.
We beg to inform the Public that we are now
prepared to execute all orders that we may be favored
with. Mill, Factory and Loggers' Outfits, House-
builders' Iron-work, Stone-outters' and Blaoksmiths'
Tools. All kinds of Heavy and Light Iron and Steel
Forgings.  Satisfaction guaranteed.
Works-First Door West of Merchants' Hotel,
diroiyni to Columbia St., New Westminster.
c. Mcdonough,
UJNMiOM'S BUILDING, FRONT ST.
IUVSTAXTI.V OX   irA.VP -\X  I.XTKNKIVK STOCK  OP
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAPS,
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, ETC.
Hon'a und Boy'n HiiIIn.    Orent Variety of Uuuaeliold Article*.    Alan, Oraln, Seedi,
rotntoon, Mnif and flennral Stnrea.
N. B.—Farm Produce IhuikIiI nt market niten or sold «n com mission.  Ordem flora tbo Interior
promptly attended to. dwfeltc
1IIAVK RECEIVED INSTftUCTIONH KItOM
Mrs. A. M. Johnrtonk, of Mud Bay, to dispose of her HoniCHtead, which eouslsln of 212
aorci of Land, Bood Dwelling Iloune, excellent
Bam and stabling for 40 head of stock, irond
Dairy nnd an Abundance of Spring Witter.
The property In iiituntcd on the Miiiiny xidc of
Mud Day, the land is second to none anywhere,
aud particr, wanting an Investment for their
capital cannot do lietter than take a look nt
tlilti before inventing elsewhere.
Stock nml impIeinenlxi'Hii go with Ranch II
desired.
TKHMH..One-tblrd ciish : balance to suit pur-
clinsor, nt R per cent, per nunnin.
also ron H.u.K—tiii: foli-ovinu:
The West Fractional Half of Section ai, Mud
Ray, bounded by the Nleontekl River and the
flea—108 acre*.
KM news, adjoinluK sections lfl nnd 2,1, Town-
ahlp 4, vory near N. W. City.
The North-Wont corncrof Section («, ndjolninit
Iho Hiistlims Townfllte—Al acres.
The North -Wont }i ot Section XI., Township 2,
WO acres, nil lirst-clnss land, 10 ncres Improved
and sown to timothy piistiiro. LoghoiiKc. Oood
crock runs along lino of proivrty, also the John-
stone Rond.  This is an excellent ranch,
Lot SHI, (.roup I.. I'itt Meadows: m Acres
prairie; 70 neres hlub brush Intnl. Half of the
prairie cun he ploughed, nnd t- nil linrd land.
'2 mileK Irom Itnllwny station.
Htnvfi Itlver Htocli and Dairy Itaiteh.
Tilth RhucIi coiisInm of ltH7 acres ot land, being
Sections 4IH and 4«7, Townships U nnd IB,
This property is situated on tho Slave River
Willi n frontage on the Fraser River, at which
point lho C, I*. It. Road passes through property.
There In 'one large tf-Nlorcy Frame Dwelling
House, hard itnlshed, nearly new, worth |l,non,
This ia elegantly situated on rising ground nnd
command), a view of tbe 0,1', It., tho Frnser
Itlver nnd the surrounding neighborhood. The
greater pnrt of the land is Prairie, subject to
overflow, n good deal of Ihe high laud ha* been
Improved nnd fenced, nnd there arc a large
number of young Fruit Trees and tbe usual Out
Buildings lu tbo wny of Barns, Ac There in excellent Trout Fishing nnd Hunting on premise
and any party nrComimny seeking a stock Farm
or Dairy Itanch could not be bettor situated.
Coal eroppings of unusual promise have been
discovered mi tiie Property. Tilts ia to he se-1
cured at a bargain, nnd further particulars can
he had of tho undersigned or of Mr. clement
stickneyat Wharnoek Station, who wlll show:
any intending purchaser over the same,
For further particulars apply to
t.,i.TRArP,
J^Beveral other Farms ut Langley aiid !
other parts of the District at prlvalv brngala,     :
iMlltd
CASTORIA
ter Infanta and Children.
"Ci_Mf_>l_io»_lli4ipMdlodU__nat-u-t I OmIwU ami (Mb. OMgJBgg.
>m«n»»dltuRp^k>Urpr«rlpUo. I ggS^^ES^HS; JS^SJi
towmtau"     B.__Kma,tLJ>..       I BUJWorm.,«."• «*P.•" P™*0
UI8»0-fttiM„8mkl)V,N.Y.   IwEmuji
Thk CiWTitjll Com. ant, 77 Murray fltre.^ N. Y,
LONDON MARKET.
I'-HOOT STRKKT, NEW WESTMINSTER,
S. MANAHAN,
DEALER in ALL KINDS of FRESH and SALT MEAT
HAMS, BACON, SAUSAGE, BOLOGNAS, ETC.
clfolio
British: Columbia: Meat: Market
Coliinil.lii Street,' Nevf WoNtiniiiritvr.
Van * Volkenburgh t Bros.
WHOI-ESALE and RKTAI, BUTOIIERS.
MKAT I'UllVKYOHS IX GENERAL.    KltliKIl AN'I) CORNED MEAT8
ALWAYS OX HANI).
Special Hihih qlloli'ii for the nliipptli|. li'iiik'.    Fumily m-iicr. . Irictly iittemlt'il to.
llfil.'lB will find it (• their iiiti'iv*l In jiliioo llntirnriior- with tlienlinv. linn.
aVello THE DAILY COLUMBIAN, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0., JUNE 6, 1890.
VOLUME VIII-No. 106.
THE DAILY 0OLU3IBIAN
FRIDAY   EVENING. Jl'NK G, IBM.
New Advertisements This Day.
Notice ; James Rosseau
Ment Market J. Relohenbaoh
Hardware Campbell A Anderson
LOCAL  AND PROVINCIAL
Go to Grant's fair Lacrosse Slioea. *te
The festive June bug has "arrove."
To rent, 5-room House. A. Jr. Herring.
Office supplies und fine stationery at
Lyal's. *tc
See Bully Uryson's new ud. in another
column.
Pie-nie Baskets, Flower Baskets, etc.
for sale at Lyal's. *tc
Banjos, Guitar!., Violins, Organs,
Vianos, at LynVft. *tc
Monev toloan. Apply lo Armstrong,
Keksteiii A Gaynor. dapStc
The hotels have heen doing a rushing
business of late.
Milk Shako at the City lialtefy, 10 ets
ti glass.   Give it atrial. *tc
The anniversary of the. groat lire was
lo be celebrated iu Seattle to-day.
The watering cart did good service today on Front and Columbia streets.
Betting on horse races has heen forbidden by the French Government.
For bargains iu clothing, call at   the
1 X L Clothing Store, Depot Hotel.   *t3
Judge Bole has purchased the farm of
Mr. Long at Mount Lehman for a good
tlgure.
Mr. Chan. Lambert, of ihe Gold
HotiHo, Vancouver, is registered at tho
Douglas.
Wanted—Au engineer tortnt portable
engine. Apply at once.—F, G. Stuick
r.AXn A Oo. *tc
The Royal City market will be opened
on Saturday, the 7th June, with a choice
selection of lneats, *15
The Nanaimo $50,000 loan debentures
havo beon purchased by the Bank of
British Columbia.
The fltr. Bon Accord is nearly ready
for her engines. The deckhouses are up
and just completed.
The Police Court. is doing a roaring
business this weather. There are Bev
era! cases every day.
Five eases felt aud straw hms, just
opened out, atCumpbell'sCorner, Bush'
by Block,- Front Street. *t3
Mr. Kobert Kelly, who caters to the
wants of tho public at tlie Junction, was
In tho city this afternoon,
Water barrels have been placed on
tfeBtles along tho O.P.lt. to meet tho
usual summer emergencies.
There nre some sidewalks in tlie city
that need the Immediato attention of
Foreman Forrest and his men.
The Chilian bark Margaretta, leaking, wns towed into Koyal ltoadu, Esquimau, last evening by the lxtrno.
Tho cheapest line of Straw and Felt
Hats ever brought into the citv at tlie
T X L Clothing Houso, Depot Hotel.
Mr. Alex. Ewen expects to be in his
new mansion on Begbie and Provost
. stroets toward the end of ihe present
mouth,
Messrs. Mowul A Sloan havo some
choice 1-acre and 2^-acro Brownsville
lots for salo. Prices range from $80 to
$250 per acre. *tc
Tho new I X L store, in tlio new
Depot Hotel, opens to-morrow, with a
full lino of Clothing, Gents' Furnishings, Hals, etc. *8l
The young and enterprising legal tivin
of Fot'in A Morrison of this City have
established a branch office on Cordova
street, Vancouver.
Rand Bros.' two column adv., placing
Liverpool, B. 0., on the market, waB
unavoidably laid over to-day, hut- will
appear to-morrow.
The Nanaimo and Victoria detachments of the Knights of Pythias, under
command of Col. Richardson, returned
to their respective homes to-day.   '
The steamer Irving went from Chilliwack to Harrison yesterday on an excursion with the children of the Methodist and Presbyterian Sunday schools
combined.
A boat-load of sweet-voiced singers
charmed tho promenaders on the Sapperton road last night, The music
sounded very rich und pleasing across
the water.
Mr. C. Z. Perry, of Winnipeg, and
Mr. M. J.Armiiigton. of Montreal, two
wide-awake commercial men, arrived by
the PncHic exprosj. to-day nnd put np at
Ihe Colonial.
Fish are running well. Salmonare as
plentiful as ever and the quality prime.
Other fish are by no means scarce and
tho salt-water kinds aro received daily in
fairly heavy consignments.
The lacrosse club will hold a practice
atthe Queen's Park at 7 o'clock sharp
this evening. Every man should be on
hand. The executive will have a meet
ing immediately after the game.
The Workingmens' League holds a
vory important meeting to-night at 8
o'clock in their rooms ovor tho Bank of
•B. C. Every member should be present
as matters of importance will bo din-
CUBBQd.
The Bicycle Club will have anothoi
meeting in the office of Mowat A Sloan
ou Monday evening next hy which time
all arrangements for the final organize
tion of the club shall have been eonv
pletod.
THE LANGLEY CONVENTION.
By the report: of our special correspondent, in another column, it will be
seen that the meeting of delegates at
Langley yesterday unanimously passed
the following resolution: "That we
" heartily support the strictly Inde-
" pendent candidates who are pledged
" to the platform of the Mainland As*
" sanation, and who are residents of
" the District." The choice of the convention is, hy this resolution, made so
clear as hardly to require notice. The
three Government candidates, Messrs,
Kobsim, Henderson and Kirkland, are,
of course, counted out by the terms of
the resolution, to begin with, and, iu the
second place, the clause "who
" are residents of the District
bars the two candidates fro
this City who are seeking election in tho
District. In the third place. Captain
Thompson, who is generally, understood,
und who Im* proved on several occasions,
to bc us much or more of a Government
supporter than an Independent, is disposed of by tho words " strictly Inde-
" pendent candidates," and the choice
falls of necessity upon the only remaining three, who, as everyone knows,
ure "the strictly Independent caudi-
" dales,"and "residents of the District"
besides—Messrs. Kitchen, Punch and
Swonl, Theso three nre the unanimous
and wise choice of the convention, and
will undoubtedly be the choice of the
free and independent electorate as well,
one week from to-day, on Friday, the
13th of June.
The British shinTitftmu, now on the
way to thia port, hits a cargo consisting
of l,200_tons of miscellaneous merchan
dise. Tlie advance manifest shows 1,100
tonB for Victoria consignees, 50 for Vancouver, und 50 for New Westminster.
Two or three communications were
unavoidably crowded out to-day, ono
tieing from Mr. Thos. Cunningham, contradicting a statement in Mayor Brown's
letter of yesterday with respect to a
statement of Mr. Cunningham's alwnt
the workingmen not comprehending the
lien law.
Tho majority of tiie jurorB who wero
summoned to attend the assizes went to
their respective homes tliis morning,
but will be obliged to return to tlie city
on Monday. Although u great inconvenience to the farmers and others living
hi the district, it cannot well be
helped—law is law.
A lively political meeting was bold in
Vancouver last night in the East End.
Tho meeting was called by Capt. Tatlow
who was the principal speaker and
made ti very favorable expression. Mr.
Cotton and Mr. Orr also spoke. Mr.
Cotton will hold a public meeting tomorrow [Saturday 1 night.
Mr. Johnston, tho agent of the C.P.K.
iu this city, is sending a novel kind of
present to aomo friends iu the east.
Tho gift takes the form of a fifty-pound
box of frenh salmon nackod in ico by
Mr. W.H. Vianen. There can be no
doubt that such a gift, will meet with
tho heartleBt apprecintialioii hy thoso
who receivo it.
Victoria is all .torn up over tho corporal punishment In schools question.
Wo have heard a great deal about the
'•bloody shirt" in the United States,
hut in Victoria the complainant!., according to the Times, aro waving tlie
"bloody trousers" of tho victim and
dieting loads of sympathy. Tho newspapers aro literally stuffed with communications on the subject.
At tho Victoria Board of Aldermen
meeting on WednoHday night, says the
Times, it was unanimously carried that
iu the future nine hours shall constitute
a day's work for all corporal ion laborers.
This is as it should bo, und tho employees are to bo congratulated on the success of their appeal to the civic fathers
(or shortening the hours of labor.    The
S!efl''!;eD!;:,i?&m'e V J"? .cortnltmenterl | voBjjBcU^ety"iiy Mr;Btine nndMr/Siy--
for the sensible and business-like view; , ./, , .. , , , . ',
taken of tho matter, for, ub one of them I,nond< fflU ')lny that ,onK ""en™1
Very truly stutod, "faithful work of nine I mutch at the Queens'Park to-morrow
hours will^accomplish more t ban grmlg- aftomoon. These teams were picked
ed work of ten.". ja|J0Ut ft month ago, but bad luok has
-—• ~ - ",.,77 ~ „" - -——■ I dogged them ever slfice. and on account
Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla.'of bad weather and other cbuub they
Tho Ladles Auxiliary of the Y. M. 0,
A. met yesterday afternoon and decided
to hold a strawberry festival on Wednesday, June 18th, for the purpose of
raising a little money with which to assist, in the building enterprise. Just
what they will do is not decided, but
the money will be expended in some
way that will add to the attractiveuess
of the rooms.
It does seem as if the Government
organ on Church Streot could not get
anything straight. In copying the item
from Thk Columwan" regarding
Messrs. Bovill and Turner's new
20-ton sloop being built by McPhee
Bros., it has to go and call the sloop a
steamer. There is. not a particle of
truth iu the assertion; the boat is meant
to go with sails, not with steam.
Tho contract for the construction of
the boilers and engines for the extension of the Victoria National Electric
Tramway Company's plant has been let
to the Albion Iron Works. Whon
these are completed and in position, tho
company will have a motor forco of 500
horse-power, or sufficient to operate the
Esquimalt and Park extensions or any
other extension which may be considered necessary the next few years.
Mr. Whoatiey Bovill requests us to
explain that although the 20-ton sloop
which is being built for him by McPhee
Bros, was constructed after ideas of his
own, the plans and models arc to he
credited to McPhee BroB, They iterfect-
ed tlu.' model and modified or expanded
the suggestions of Mr, Bovill, us was
deemed necessary. The finished model
is a beautiful specimen of marine
draughtsmanship.
Word comes from 'Frisco about a
trick played on the famous Harry Be-
tliuhe. This noted sprinter was outwitted by some sporting men at Fresno,
Cal., recently. He won $4,00(1 from the
sports, and they, learning the race wub
a "job," planned to get even with him.
They regained his confidence, and then
thoy induced him to bet on a burse at
the Saeremeuto race. Ho lost all he
had won. Bethune is now iu Denver
penniless nnd disgusted.
Yestcrduy afternou the presence of
several peculiarly attired Indians caused
no little curiosity and amusement. One
of those gentlemen had a huge pile of
furs around his hat, and although the
weather was very warm, was muffled to
tho nose in heavy coats and wraps.
Several of the others were similarly
dressed and did not seem to mind it at
all. Tho shop windows and their contents seemed to poflses a very strong
fascination for Messrs. Lo & Co.*
have not boon ablo to come together on
the field. Tlio following are the names j
of tho two teams, and it is easy to be-
PERSONATj.
E. Starr, of Victoria will
oi we two teams, una it is euuy io ire-, jjev; j# p>( stair, ot Victor!;
lieve that a splendid exhibition of skill | ieave for t.|ie eaflt0n the 17th inst.
will be witnessed to-morrow when they
meet: Mr. Brine's team: Clinton, Irwin, Newington, Ransom, Hamber, Boll,
Woods, ParkeB, Powers, sr., Barry,
Poindester, McFarlane, Webb, Cross.
Mr.Ravmond'Hteam: Coulthard,AVyld,
Townley, Vidal, Malins, Greame, Gif-
ford, Read, Powers, jr., Armstrong,
Lewis, Wftlker, Riley, Wilson.
Suii-ilogtf and   Meteor*.
Yesterday morning about 7 o'clock nn
astronomical phenomenon of rare interest was witnessed by a number of persons. It consisted of two false suns, one
on either side of the sun. Tho strange
and beautiful appearance of these solar
attendants was much admired. In tbe
western territories these phenomena
aro termed "sun-dogs," and nro the infallible precursors of stormy weather,
Thoy have a peculiar appearance; a
kind of conglomerate of color, like a
circular, piece cut out of a rainbow and
endued with particular brilliancy. On
Wednesday evening those who staid out
late were so fortunate ns tn witness
the magnificent career of a great meteor
through tho heavens. The beautiful
spectacle was seen by many of our citizens. It rose to tlie north und sped in a
grand arc across toward tbe south, filling the whole sky with splendor, and
sinking at last out of sight near the
moon. Itis thought that tho meteor
and false suns arc in some degree related in their almost simultaneous appearance in the sky. Westminster is
not ofton favored" with theso aerial
eccontrlcitos, and it is to be hoped these
mentioned do not portend any serious
elemental disturbance.
Dr.' C. J. Fagan has returned from
Maplo Ridge whither he has been on
professional duties.
After a very pleasant Btay in AMctoria,
Lieut. A. S. Rowan, V. S. A., of Chicago
has gone to Harrison Hot Springs for
the benefit of his health.
Tho Hon. John Robson was observed
among the throng of people who attend*
ed the Requiem High Mass over the remains of the late Bishop D'Herbomez at
St. Peter's Cathedral this morning.
Mr. Clnudo Hamber, of the firm of W.
J. Walker & Co., leaves to-morrow for
Nelson City in the Kootenay country,
and will open up a general agency and
real estate office there. Mr. Hamber
will return to the city next fall.
His Lordship, Bishop Lemmens, with
Fathers Van Nevel and Laterne, of Victoria, and Fathers Lavalle and Loner*
gan, of Montreal, arrived in the city
yesterday to attend the obsequies of the
lato vicnr-apostolic of British Columbia.
Mr. W. H. Rowling, of the North Arm.
is In the City. Mr. Rowling will leave
in a day or two for a yisit to his old
home in England, which he lias not
seen sinco '42. He will spend about
four months in tho old country, visiting
various parts, und expects to return
abontnextOctober.
We Are Now Showing
THE FINEST AW MOST COMPLETE LINE OF
Oil!
FELT & STRAW HATS,
UNDERWEAR,
FANCY FLANNEL SHIRTS,
FANCY SUMMER VESTS,
TIES & OUTING GOODS,
Ever Shown in tho City.
Whtin Baby was sick, wo __to ber Castorla.
Wben sbB was a Cblld, she cried for Castorla.
When she became Miss, sho clung to C'astorl*.
When she hail Children, she gave them Caitorl»
13^ A call will repay you..
TAKE   NOTICE.
AS I AM CLOSING OUT MY HUSINKSS.
nil accounts! due by me wlll be settled,
and till accounts owing mc must be paid, on or
bofore Tuesday, tlio Ilrst of July next. All accounts not paid by tbat dflto will be put In tlie
.lands of a collector. JAS. ILOUHSKAl',
 ihii'll	
VETERINARY SURGEON.
Art:  R,   TAYLOR,   Veterinary" Surgeon,
»   Ladner's Landing. British Columbia.
djmmi-wto ■
WANTED.
GOOII MACHINIST AT OMSK.      Apply       j
SOUTH l'ACIWC U.MI1KK.CO., t't'il. j
Port Moody P. O., B.C.
TO   EENT.
TMIRNISHEI)   llOOMH
r Apply      „  -
WANTED.
ATAtLOltBSS.   Apply immediately tt.
.1. S. MASSC ■-
Wwitf. tu Drown Hcnelf.
11 was reported around the streets
last night that a woman living in the
western part of the city had drowned
horself and two children. Ou enquiry
it turned out that the woman had
merely threatened to do so, but had
not possessed tho necessary determination to carry go fell an intention into
operation. It ia understood tliatdomes-
ttc infelicity is the cause ot the unhappy
woman's moody throat, sho lias vowed
to carry her purpose into effect some
time soon and she will accordingly he
carefully watched.
Chinaie Stalihtaf Affray.
Last night about ten o'clock uowb
was brought to the police station that a
Chinese (dubbing affray wbb In progress
somewhere in the swamp. Officer Sawyer at once set out for the scene of the
lend and after a good deal of hunting
around discovered and entered the house
where the cutting had occurred. Ho
found a Chinaman with his face badly
cut and bruised. The delinquent was
pointed out and promptly arrested and
taken to the station. His case camo up
In Ibe Police Court this morning and
he was Bent up for trial,
 »..+.,.+      —.
ur National Inlere.it.
An Ottawa dispatch says: "At an
Kqual Rights meeting last night tho
announcement was made by an Englishman from Manchester named Schott,
that in his capacity of secretary of the
Manchester Conservative Association,he
knew Balfour, Irish secretary, and was
convinced from his knowledge of him
that the Imperial Government would
readily amend the British North Ain-
oricau Act when requested to do so by
Canadians. Mr. fiofion is on his way to
tako up his residence in British Columbia and has been in the city several
days." Mr. Sohou is at present staying
In this city, and it Ib his Intention to
take up his residence here permanently.
Scottish SporlN.
It is not improbable that one effect of
tho lato revival of the ancient and honorable Caledonian aud St.   Andrew's
Society in this city, may take the form
In "      ' '   "
Royal City Market.
To-morrow morning the Royal City
market is to be opened to the public,
under the management of Mr. J. Reich-
enbach, who is too well and favorably
known to the Westminster public to require extended notice here.* The opening of the market will mark an era iu
the progress of this city and is only
another sterling evidence of how fast
Westminster is advancing on the path
of modern progress. The market has
been fitted up in a manner at once ar*
tistic and substantial. Imported marble slabs cover-the space between the
chopping slabSj which are three iu number aud of native timber. A triple row
of steel hooks right around the stove,
give evidence of the very large stock
that will bo kept ou hand at all times.
Immediately behind the salesmen'*
counter is the clerk's office, where
the receipts ean be conveniently passed iu and change made
expeditiously A vory comfortable general office adjoins the clerk's office,
and is fitted up in elegant style. A fine
imported beam scale for weighing heavy
orders is placed in the store. The establishment will maintain two large delivery wagons and a light curt, and all
orders will be delivered by this means.
The boys who will run these vehicles
havo instructions to tako orders for meat,
fish, game nnd vegetables, which will bo
delivered free of cliavgo in any part of
tho city. The wugons and cart aro vory
tastefully finished and painted and will
give quite a gay appearance tn
the streets, dashing along with
their spanking teams. Five horses will
he kept to run the delivery part of the
business; and, like tho vehicles, they
will bo a credit to tho city. Mr. Reich-
enbach will be assisted in tho market by
three experienced and courteous assistants; and he intends to keep always on
hand u stock of the finest beef in British
Columbia, and everything else for sale
on the premisei. will be strictly first-
class. Mr. Reiclienlmch says he is determined to handle nothing else, lie
has made arrangements to occupy the
largo wharf nearly opposite his promises, and the worlc of building a largo
Blied on it will bo commenced next
week. On the wharf will be stored all
tho supplies for Ihe establishment, hay,
outs, ice, etc. Tlie popularity of tlie
genial manager of the Royal City market makes it tolerably certain mat ho
and his assistants will be kepi busy tomorrow.
Solemn   Ol.s.'qui.'r..
Long before nine o'clock ibis morning 11'Mnoy imported I'li'KS.l'OUCHES.CKiAKKri K
tho vast seating capacity of the Catholic       *' ■U!AU CASUS, SMOKING CAPS, ETC.
cathedral was filled almost to its utmost iChoice   English Smoking TobaccOS.
capacity. Many.of our most distinguish-      xoxi Door to woods a Polluy's Real
ed  citizens were  noted in   the great! Bitato.Offlco,
tl.voi.gj ...nong others, Hon. Join. Hoi,- mwmu *m™\_*™ ™tmin.tk.1.
Ogle,CampbelbCo
Grant & Madura's Old Stand, Columbia
Street,. New Westminster.
NEW SPRING GOODS
Just Opened by
Jas. Ellard iCc
Ogle.Campbelh Freeman
OTHSONIC   BUILDING.
Notice To Builders.
rpESDEKS  FOB   THE    ERECTION   OF   A
X   ilwolIiuK lioiisu  mi Coliirnliln Btreot, lor
Mrs. Dl-ktnsonj will ho reaolvcd up l« noon on
June-Mil, -Mill.        (LOW * MACLURE,
ilju5Ul Architects.
TO THE ELEIITORS OF
New Westminster City
tiKNTl.KMKNi—Owing to prcBBun. oi husineHH
U(.t.lt.iat 1 cimunt iKissiltly (live tlinl time and
tut tin tion to 1'iililic liiisint'sN Unit your rqpre-
Boiitativo Bhould do, 1 therefore withdraw from
l1ii> contest, 1 siiicoivly thank tho large number
of friends who have promised me their support
and influence, and jierlmps in the near future 1
will lie in u position to nerve you.
I nm, tipiiilcineii,
Your Oiit'dleiit Servant,
K. S. SCOULLAR.
May 22ml, 1890. diayiBto
VOINGDESTRE & CO.,
Whutaule nud Kolall
Summer Silks,
Dress Embroidery,
Sateens,
Muslins.
Silk, Muslin and Jersey Blouse
Newest Styles nml Similes.
SATIN HENRIETTA.
Those Goods aro the choicest dress fnlirics
ever brought to the city.
Ladles' White Underwear
A Spocinlty.
IMTAgents for lln.ti rick's Patterns.
consisting of
Fine Printed Ohalli, All Wool D<
laines, Brocaded Lustres, All Woe
Cashmeres in new shades.
Fine French Sateens, Zephyrs in a
colors, All Over and Narrow En
broideries to match.
New styles in
Art Muslin, Lace, Tunis, Lyonait
and Morocco Curtains.
Fine Assortment in
New Table Linens, Side Board Co
ers, Napkins, Toilet Covers, Quill
and Counterpanes.
Also.
Parasols, Gloves, both Kid and Si
in new shades.
Ogle, Campbell & Freeman.
dwtc
New Spring Milliner
Trimmings, Feathers, Flowers, Etc.
dwlelto
tobacconists!     R. J. ARMSTRONG,
CHOICE HRAKDS OF
IMPORTED CIGARS,
PliittHt  Oigurottes,
fcLOBE HOUSEr
WESTMIHSTERS LEkOIHG DRUE STDII
£ Thoi
non, Mayor Brown, Mr.  Justice Mc-
Oreight, Dr, C. J. Eagait, W. L, Vagan.
<«. A. Kelly, several ot' the City Council
und many other well-known personages.
The cathedral wa« handsomely draped
in blnck and white   crape   festoons.
Over the entrance was u unroll, reading,
"He was Moved by God and men, his
memory ia in benediction."    Atthe;
hour appointed   the   funeral   cortege s
inarched slowly down from St. Charles'
•hurch to the cathedral, to the solemn
strains of the dead  march  in "Sauljl1
beautifully played by the Indian hand.
Tlie pall-bearers were Messrs. McNa-
mara, McDonald, McDonough, W. 11. j     ^i. * t    r%
Uwis^.FitzsimmonsandP.McTiernau.!    f |||T|3X  LOUffll LUPG
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
AKMSTUONG BLOCK, VOLVMHIA STUKET.
NEW SPRING GOOI
Telephone Oall lfl.
Goods delivered in uny part of the city,
tlwfcl).
TELEPHONE NO. 83.
QUEEN'S HOTEL BLOOK.
T.KMUiRStCO.
IVlr|illoiii'
Mjihl M! .ttUntliii.y.
•IChemists Sc Druggists,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
SPONGES,
TOILET ARTICLES,
FINE T01LKT SOAPS,
SPONGES,
BRUSHES,
COMBS,
SACHET POWDERS,
PERFUMES.
of au early morning practice club for
the keeping up of Scottish sports and
{nines. The subject Is being animatedly dlscuMcd, and no doubt wo shall soon
see many nf the members In hard training nl pulling tho shot, throwing the
hammer, tossing the caber aud other of
Scotia's Imrdy games; besides running,
jumping ami vaulting with the pole.
This would be well, if only to bear out
the lines of the "wizard of the north,"
lhat ,
".ii......rci-iiU-il* ul (lit. kuuiI old tiiiii-
still linger In our northern cltmo."
Tho magnificent casket waa borne t
its temporary resting place on tho onta
fal.pie fronting the altar, and the glim
merlng light of many caudles shed a
soft subdued lustre upon its Hashing,
silver and polished wood, nud the
wreaths of flo« ors resting upon the top
of the coffin. Then solemn Requiem
mnss for the repose of the soul ot the
I;reat departed wns begun. Bishop
hirien anng the mass nsaistod by Bishop
Leramenu, of Victoria. Tho singing of
the Agnus Dei was particularly impressive, and visibly affected the great congregation. Clergy from all parts of the
Province wore present, as also many
private persons who had come to pay
the last tribute of sorrowing respect to
the well loved prolate. A great many
Indians from various portions of the
Provinco wore also present nud took a
deep interest in thu proceedings. By
them tho dead bishop was almost worshipped, und it was affecting to witness
tho true and heart-felt sorrow of those
humble people nt the loss of him who
hud dono so much for them. Throughout the city lings drooped nt half mast
on nearly every flag staff', and nil classes
and denominations seemed to have
united in doing honor to the memory of
the deceased bishop. Shortly nfter 12
o'clock the funornl procession was formed to mnrch to the depot. Several carriages and a number of members of the
priesthood, friends and visitors followed
tho hearse, and a vast crowd of natives
followed on foot. A immense multitude
assembled at the station to see the remains placed on board tho special train
which consisted of live couches. The
coaches were all well filled by those who
went to witness the interment of the remains ' at the Mission. This last
duty will be performed with all the
solemn rites and ceremonies of the Roman Catholic Church.
PHYSICIANS'
PRESCRIPTIONS
McLean & Morrison,
SUCCESSORS TO M. SINCLAIR.
Wo are now showing a complete line of
Ladies' Jaokets, Lace and Jetted Visites,
Chenille Clouds, White and Colored Blouses,
Fancy Aprons, Lace Scarfs, Parasols,
Embroideries, and the latest Novelties in
Millinery, Ribbons, Feathers, and an elegant
Wreaths and Flowers.
CAREFULLY
Groceries,  Provisions,  Etc.
order. by Man promptly attended to.      CROCKERY & GLASSWARE a specialty.
DISPENSED.
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JSy'Nowhero in Now Westminster, we care not und
pretext the goods are sold, ean the readers of Thk Ool
find such genuine value as at the Glows Housk.
.won.. Mrs. WM. R>
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TO THE ELEOTORS OF
New Westminster City
and District.
A Grand Cricket MMrIi.
Two teams of cricketers, captained
Sought Davy .foiled' I.oi_|.er
On Tuesday afternoon, a potty olllcer
named Davie, hclonginglng to II. M. S.
Amphion, jumped ofl* the drydock iuto
the water and attempted to (frown himself. Tho splash was heard by one of
his comrades who immediately ran lo
the rescue uud, without waiting lo rid
himself of his clothes, jumped in ufter
his drowning friend. After some trouble
the would-be-suicide was» rescued and
taken to shore, and thenco to the naval
hospital, where at latest accounts he
was doing well. No cause can ho assigned for the attempt nt solf-deBt ruction,
although it is rumored among the crew
that the man hus frequent insane fits,
one of which probably possessed him
when ho jumped into tho water.—
Times.      ___tmt_w_mm___-mm_m
lletlglouii Itnncour.
City op Mexico, June 5.—Thcreligi-'
ous difficulties at Queretas aro of a
serious nature. The Protestants and
Catholics recently had an armed fight
in which several were iniured.
OKNTLKMKN:—Ahwo nreRoliiB to Imvo all
our Roads und llriiluos tlionglitiut tho Distriot
put in fli'Ht cIusr repi.li', ami gomo Blight ropairfl
to the "K dn K," It will ho nccoHnary for you all
to huvi! itiigitk'H. nml now is your time to treat
yourselves to n kvoU TOP BUGGY nf nny stylo;
t'HK.i price, f toy nnd lint.
Wo have nlso Ul stock PREMIER (IAHRUGE8,
EXTENSION* TOP CARRIAGES, RXBRESS nnd
DELIVERY WAGONS, nnd ROAD CARTS, nt
prices tliftt will Kiirprlso yon.
We have a fewTIMUEU WAGONS loft, and
will have a onrlond In koiiiu time tilts week, of
unyslKo, from a l,..{-iu, tiro lo u 4-iii. tire—Rt
prices thnl will defy competition;'' ''' -
Sulley & Bryson,
General CnrriitRO Builders A Blacksmiths.
New Westminster, Mny, 10, mm.        djnltc
Licensed City Scavenger.
Orders Promptly Attended to.
cta.sami Address  P.O.
Notice-Terrible Excitement!
FOLLOW THE CROWD THIS WEEK AND YOU WILL
find yourselves in GORDON & CO.'S SHOP, as all the peo-
plo are attending their Groat Sale. The crowds on the corners
arc not discussing Politics, but talking of our wonderful, cheap
sale, which ends this weok. Ladies should call early in the day
to avoid tho rush in tho ovoning.   .
This Week Only.      CORDON St CO.
NKSRL     BAL|
For Catarrh and Cold in the Head.
Wholesale & Retail Agents :
D. S. CURTIS & CO., Drug^
ii.i.....ncW-«E<>«>v7sp<°>">»-    New Westminster,]
dwfeltc
THE
"PLANET JR."
Farm and Garden Tools
Combined Drill, Wheel Hoe, Cultivator,
Rake and Plow.
K PULL LIN©   NOW  IN STOCK.
F. G. STRICKLAND & CO'Y.
FRONT STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
W.&G.WOLFEND]
IN THE BUSHBY BLOCK,
Have Re-Opened with an Entirely New
Groceries, Provisions,
New Goods are arriving daily and when complete th|
compare favorably with any in the Provinee.for
of goods and lowness of prieo.
All Goods Delivered to any Fart of th|
Telephone 07.   P. O. Box %i.
AU   BON   MARI
N OTJCE.
Owing to my increase of business I am obliged to
remove to larger Ware-rooms, wliich I lmvo leased on Douglas Stroet (n lew doors
from Columbia St.), where I will plonsed to show my oxtenslvo stook o( Parlor,
Dining nnd Bed-room Furniture of every description.
Thankingnrou for pnst.favors, nnd hoping foi n continuance, of tho snmo, I nm
yours respectfully,
P.   PEEBLES.
i^OMlEK WORK AKU FINE UPHOLSTERING A SPECIALTY. mW-Mn-wln
SPECIAL   BARGAINS  IN
Dress Goo|
Having just opened out a line line of Ca
Henriettas, Serges, Silk Mixtures, Dr
Robes,   &o„ &c.
.pitc H. B. SHADWELL &
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