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omqi HOU*»-lt a.m.toISInjOSBi"
to I; aad liM to 1p.m.
T «.M*Ctll*»,«.*.,«.|^^IUjt-mr^p-»_-_B  _rO»
*•* I North British and Mercantile
in.nrain. e Oo. for Mainland.
Ml
orriCB: MeKenilt Btreet, neat door to
■Nasi A$ne« Street, third house
OFnOBHOOBHilOtol.|-loS|l:80Ui_
,-:      d-dellte
H. C. BEETON * 00.,
16 Flnsbury Circus,
London, E. C.
■_&tMii_wca_».Br
01 WttVtf '   " "
OFFtOI H00R8-Jlo 10a.m.j Hot and
UOtotp.
 town ani oonn-
ndedto. Mto
_-___I8TBl_i.
BOUCtTORB, BN
*-*T*98_S,k
iTiliMf:
I, *o.
MoKemla Street,
dwItlMa '        KewWcelintniiter.B.-.
w'"X_lia_TO
-Md Agent. Money to Loan.
Oolaaabta Bltaal,
sett) New Weatmlnater, B.0,
n w. om*MT,
ABOUTROT
Al A. 1. Hill's C
dwMate
■*£Q&m%mMM$Ji
lfeKenileBt.
r, a. -i,o«b
A-tOHlTROT.
tr Word ma. ht left at D, Dral'a Book-
•ten. dwMtt
ItkTT. FWTBROItlOH,
_L*»5-'*_?_. ______
 ..   ilachiuery,
Safe., Sowing Machines, fto., fto.,
BLACKSMITHINC
, .1  Ita brunches.   Farmers', Loggers',
, Mill Kim CoBtmot Warlt^A^rlcolturiil
Having secured flrst-class workmen, wa
feel conflilont of giving saUsfactlon,
sr Horse-shoeing a specialty.
dw-Jlj-uiel   Coi.uuuiA ht., New Watt.
Star Crttcent, N.W.
m J. TBAPP,
At. 0TI01IBBR AND APFRAI8BR,
_-l._.l_»_-4_^.™i.-_--_^al^i__ln-
All eeaaailnlon. will receive prompt
WIRE ai ______ mo.
lem aid Debt collector.
iitiiu wot nmi iw mm
UtMtwl-. TBA*n»_»Bt UFB aad
OrnORi-F-rrh Hire*, Hew Wettmln.
met. i "v°
Cea-r.-rai.KV>, <*.ll..l.ra,
AMI latuaaoe Agnus,
oattt at VICTORIA: Fort Btrett,
1)11
30
BOIUUNO LOT* tortile In'all sections
of Vaseoamand Naw Westminster Clly.
Estate of Kelly Bros. I
LL PRR-0N8 INDEBTED TO THB
;T_5r.d^«J^^
ianrjr .. ........— .-. ,—...
rat le weelve pa.intnt thereof and lo
It. nmlpt. tor same.     _
' .. J. 1*1.__,
f. o. Biitftoy.
Astllll
•-•*.©>-
AV1N0 RKKN   APPOINTED BOLB
     OBI 	
,?i^,iVlnd.oVm«hl_i-rT™
Sr of Im
-.nt«1h'^I.P_-vinoe"loi-a nun.
eadlag manufMturers In Canodi
:ejureiajj'l«lws_ani
ttl
;>**$&'• life'""'
MMd_raaae,£elBta aad Oils,
_tf."aciH. yxxz'Sr-r^,
mm * LEONARD,
.»©bj-.__-SJ___:
THE CLARENCE
Corner I«ei * Denglat Streets.
VICTORIA, B.C.
FUNK Q. «ll_-_--,d-.- *•   •   ■
TOURISTS' HEADQUARTERS: FIRST
Class ln every respeot 'rally iss.
•lied wltk .11 l.ar.alrares.riledtra
Betels. New and Elegant in all Its Appointments, rriees Moderate.
This magnificent Hotel Is now open for
the reception. o{.Qt—*-
t-TNo pains Will 1
aelnentldl—"-"
ttmctlve.
•red hy the man-
^L^aa^tond
 JmEFI i ";!  M_ji~ ■**.'
THOS. OVENS,
MANUFACTURER OF
r^tvum
M i
*T7T__-_.a-03_TS_
K-_.-A._- ___-S
F(M^I;Will Speak-:
Whereas on certain tongue nnd sprays
Vow divers bit t)s are heard to sing,
And sundry flowor* their head-, upraise,
Hall to the coming on ot spring,
Tjf!*>_
Hi AfOBMRAIl) RlftD-) MAY MOT
tjp;fc1^e£> spank InThe Bnj..|iMa_i-
«uaa.
WOUU	
assortment of
It
t If tfiey etpld, rw.ijnitbt Wu I
e Serin. cretMa of-fie sJ.le_.dM
BQOTS and SHOES
Juat received from tbe East, and which
are open to the Inspection of the Public
" We have also on band a stook of
RubberGoods.
| WhleK'wo desire customers for at once
Also, on hand! Baa I
arlla, »'«_-*la% J_f«B!*
Also, on handi Ban Tea I-allsk, Bay *
.   ..   _.   ..      _   ijil.Hl
GEO. H. GRANT ft CO.)
J^BAL ■•TATBBmO-C.nl, * '""""   *
"dwapltc
THE LEADING
BOOTtSHOE
Colonial Hotel Block, Columbia St,
-:'
OW EN'BOUTE.
., ,r-JVS-A MAKES ANNUALLY
_ t' gre_t' rod notion In prleet to mako
room lor tho lamest and best assortment
ol Boots and Shoes erer imported Into
this 001*11117, Irjifli Jho principal Houses
Oi-tat Britain, the
         gSarBomlnlon.
500 LINES KEPT ON HAND.
CALL AND 8KB MY  STOCK BB.
bmnmarttmt
Boott H< Bkoei, from 60c npwardi.
relUBikker fioodi * TaM-Tim
ol all kinds,
mm*w*M>w
K Uut of Lillet', Klttet* * Oklld
'■iimw.M__r
Cream i Fancy taites
—ao to—
I
)IE#EL'S
BB* 5BT". '• "• WHAI1
'turns
FARMERS' HOME!
Will accommodate tho traveling publio
at the fallowing rates!
Board nor day. ....__.._. ™........»1 OO
"    *H «Sok ...»..».....„......_... 6 00
Single Heals    as
Beds.......    25
MLGkMd aeoommodatton for Ladle, and
famTlisc m-rtto
Flowers for sale
c Mcdonough
havino'tAkbi.
Lnndbom*8 Ballflliifi, Front St.
(Formerly occopled by Kyle A Tllton),
IS  NOW READY
to serve his customers and everybody
with as good a stock us a man wants to
select from.
Dry Goods. -Urocerle*. Pr.tvli.loni-,
Croehrry* ti lass ware, Itnols, Ar.
Come aud soe the new place, nnd let us
know what you thiek of It.
dwoclDlc 0. McDONOU(-H.
CHARLES MURRAY,
cr,ARKSON RTREET,
opp. Begl-try Offlce, Xew West'r.
Soue, Sign ud Or.om.nUl hinting
nm HANtitMo, OLuim, kmbomihinq, ae.
WALL PAPER.
The largest assortment of Wall Pnpor
In the City, comprising newest patterns,
Always on hand at bottom prices.  Ham-
Sles on view at T.
tore, Columbia HI.
specially low rutes.
It. Pearaon & Co.'s
Paper hanging n
d«elStn
E. HUTCHERSON,
NUHSERyMAN 4 DEALER IN
Fran and Ornamental Trees,
LADNiR'ft Landing, B. 0.
IHB SUBSOttlBBR WISHES TO IN-
.: form the people of British Columbia
at be has established a Narsery at Ladner's Landing, and is prepured to- fill
all orders fur Fruit Trees, Ornamental
Tr«es, -Shrubbery, Vines, Small Fruits,
Au. Trees Imported or home grown according to tho wishes of customers. The
subscriber has had a thorough practical
training In the builness, and having a
permanent stake In the country lt is his
interest to deal fairly with tbe publio. He
will wnlttUfoii the various towns and let-
anUto - A HtmnURSON.
T
tm
New Westminster
El
THE ABOVE WORKS  HAVE BEEN
opened In tho Building formerly oc*
eupled by Morgan tho Barber,
One Btor West of Dickinson's Botcher Shop.
Call and Inspect our work and obtain
prioes.  .
Vfe are tbe only practical Marble Cat.
sere on the Mainland.
Always In atock, a good assortment of
MONUMENTS,    .
HEADSTONES,
MANTLES, Etc.
RUDGE & MONCK.
New West., April 18, uar.        dwapute
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
nearly vppotlle Ike Colonial Hotel,
g   NKW WESTMINSTER.
THE LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
assortment ot all description, of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Raataumuta, and Steamboats atthe
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
J-TOTIC-B.
IB Ike Waller ar lhe Estate of BsvM
- wells,iNlrsrippfrftnmM.-lefpaN-H-l,
Intestate.
ALL PERSON  1KORDTKD TO TIIE
Estate of the lute David Welts, must
pay tho amount of Midi Itidobtnoss to nio
at New Wostni'iifior, It. (*.. forthwith.
Ami altjwrsons havitiR iilinms uitnttist
tho Said Kitato must send the snme In,
duly proved, on or (.rfoio loth Juue noxt.
Dnted this 15th April, A. !>., I(W.
E.A. .IRNN8,
Mil0d_n2wl AdmlnUtrutor.
NOTICE.
WE HAVE APPMKD TO TIIK HON.
the Minister of the Interior fora
lieenso to out ami carry away timber from
the following desoribed truct of land, situated tn New west minuter District:
Commencing at a stake on the south
sido «(DeBeek oreek, on tho west side and
about three miles south from (lie hoad of
Pitt Lake; (heneo west nlong the hunk of
■aid ereek 20 ohalns; ihenee south 40
chains, theuoo east SO chains, thmeo
north 40 ehains to point of commeiioe*
ment; containing uUout ... ii-'iv**, moi-eor
BRUNETTE HAWM1LL UO.. I.D.,
W.N. Dm per, Becrelary.
MayJ,18Sf.. dmySmi
w&>
■MMW.
Absolutely Pure.
Tills powder never varies,. A, martal ol
purity, slrencth and wliolosomeness. More
ecouomioal than the ordinary ktndt,and
cannot be sold In compe llloij witl '
tunomtoaiThaQ the ordTimrr ktedt_and
■_. .. ...j ._ . n,    with Iho
pht.air
^yJ^s^iina^wnrsnCo.JwtVfmtsiJi
miil'tunde ot low t->_t,'skW srewM alum
or.pliosrjuate_powders. Scildonljr
•na,
Vol.'
Safe for Sale.
ANO. 10 TAYLOR'S SAFE, in good
order; 21x29 Indies Inside; wlfl be
sold cheap.  Applyat tlilsofflce. dwfel2to
Sharesfor Sale.
H. L. DoBEOK, Uanaaer. ,
"— '   **~ '"•*- "*" dnwilOto
Stew Weal, Mar. 10th, 1_0.
Land for Sale!
14AA0KF.S FIK8T-CLAHS PRAIRIE
1-_U I_nnd on Lulu Island. North Arm,
Fraser River. For i-urilculars apply at.
this offloe.  :  «£L ~     j „ ^mniltc
FOR  BALE.
good order. Forpartli-utBii.flwilyon the
pretnUesto " HiVEST,
Or, Messrs. DRAKE...ACK80N,
aplSto A HELMCKWN. Victoria
FOR SALE.
5000 tw t?_5m»_n
Westminater. Will be sold in tots to
purchasers. Terms'Easy.
Apply to
ANDREW LKAMY,
dwap21ml '    M_K.Dlit Htrest
_uw»
Kew
stilt
Farm loi! Sale.
CONSISTINO OF TWO LOTS OF 159
and 100ncres (wbloh will be sold to-
nether or separately); g miles trom New
westmlastor;   flrst-class land; abont 25
ncres dyked; balance Prairie nnd Bush;
will*"'_•*■. ___* ......     •<•
\milv In    i     ii. a. BSA—-_,
Weslmlnster.
will bo Kqld nt a baraaln... _ . •
Apflfto   "     0.0, MAJOR.
dwmhStc Hew Weill
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
A FARM CONTAINIKO Mt A0RES--
partly Improved. Bithated on tbt
North Arm, Fraser River, about 6 miles
from New Westminster and about 8 miles
from Vnncouver. For particulars apply
to JAMES MILLER, -lea Island. North
Arm, or to JOHN SPROTT, Immigration
AKciji. Now Westminster?     dws„ai_l
Por IS Ale!
1 SPAN DARK BAY MARES, I and 6
i years old) mod travellers; wora slngl.
ordooble. ■.■_."._.__ '■
I Bay Horse,.years old. works smi-HA-
doubte; nice ladles'or gents* saddle horse;
very gentle.
~ t*sealMl Baggy 11 springs; nearly new.
 -juoiky __ayTon North An*,
II Ions of Ttaii
Fraser rlyer. . .
tsbbls.gallialms»,
a kair-kkli. tall
ATao^aM'aiU ene-alalk lalenal la
ti„w._3,«._,r_..y.WJraB1.0Il
Now West, Nov. Uth, latt.       dwnoltkl
For Sale!
700 ASSOBTiDTBWT I8BB8
Pltnil THE JEWELL NURSERY CO.,
Minn., i-nnslsilng of.
-utnmrr Aiiplc,
Fnll Apples,
Winter Apples,
.\lso--n nice assortment of Carnal ind
Ka.p-rri-y lltukes, __•_.fines, die. •
Will iicsoldBsawholo.orlnlotstoiult,
nnd ou very reasonable terms.
JAMES WISE,
inhl.wtldto ,* Frq_.gt.w_
NOTICJE.  .
r HEREBY OlVE NOTICB tHA* t
I Intend ninHIng nppllraitlon lo th.
t'lilef Commissioner of lunds and Works
for permission to purchase two untn^
veyoil Inland, tn the Soiitb arm of Fraatr
Hlver, I vlmr to the south of Lot list, Oroup
I, und contnlulng 100 ncres, more or laaaar--
STEPHEN HtNCKLtFFE.,'
May 2, IS-. dmylnll
Wood and Coat
TIIK HDnflOKIMBU HAA Olf HAND A
i lame quantity of ,
BEST WILLI .GTGUMP COAl
And tin nsBortment M
CORDWOOD,
Whlrli lie will sell at lowest rates.  He
will nlso promptly attend toall'klndaol
vextAisttxsear.
(Mere loft nt Mr. McColl's store on Coluinliln ntroot, nr nt my hunat. Doaglas
Htrnnt, n-tll meet with prompt attention,
1    HENRY -tl.MOTT.
^'SliJSWAf.^lf.T   rtiiWR.
Tlw viait of Mr. William O'
to tliia country and Canada, for __s
purpoae of "thowing up" Lord lauu*
downe, loolct like i tactical mittaka.
lord Itundowna taiy bo a very liad
landlord, or he may be very unfortunate in hit »jen_ In njittier caso
ia he unique among Irttb landlordi,
and Mr. .O'Brien would not come to
UiiWe ahBrea to tingle him out for
-ttaok upon either of thete grounds.
B_ la tingled but limply beeauM he
iit' the governor-general of Oatiadt,
«nd tliat reason ia worse than no
rraieon , at afl. Mr. O'Brieii'a viiit
'idly result in newly emtn'tterlng the
Jriah in America againit Kngland,
lut thit is a aupeiduou. proceeding.
1'bere ia ooidence enough of the
evils of Englith rule in Ireland
without concentrating attack upon
a man whose official relation! with
ihe United State* are auch as to
make a apecial attack upon him by
a< foreign visitor to thia country a
breach, to lay the least, of good
manners and good taste.—-V. Y.
Tithes, May 3. '
The subject of Sunday funerals
has been before the publio for some
time, and since the first of April
the Protestant burying grounds have
been doted on Sundays, except in
cases in which immediate interment
ia rendered  necessary.    For thii
furpoae certificates will be requisite,
t has been urged on behalf of
clergymen, undertakers, hackmen,
and others engaged in funeral ier
'vices' (hai it is unfair that they
should have to take part in such
services on Sundays, and the object
in view, it to preserve as far aa not
aible Sunday as a day of rest. Now
ihat thia reform has been accomplished, the next step is to perauade
people to keep their emblems of
mournJM within reasonable groondtj
It hai become too much tho outtotn
to spend money, extravagantly in
mourning wear, and the example set
in the case of Henry Ward Bieoh-
er's funeral ia one that will probably
he largely followed in tke,United
States. But there en reasonable
Umiti even in regard to theSUplaj
of flowera Instead of orope.—7Vfc*
from, ~J
At its moat), thd Congo River li
of enormous depth, only 100 miles
or so above Stanley Fool, Oapt
Brtconnler said a year or two ago
that "steam launehea drawing barely
Wo and a half feet of water hat-
to he -tagged lilong by our men."
H. H. Johnston mentions the ume
fact in hii description of the Congo.
"Our boat is conitantly running
aground on land-banks," he wrote.
"It har- an extraordinary effeot to
see men walking half-way over a
great bnnoh of the river, with
water only ep to their anklet, trao-
ing tke coune of tome hidden sandbank-,* Stanley, Johnston,'. and
others attributed the remarkable
ihallowneaa of the river to its great
breadth in this part ol Ua amine;
but none of them knew how wide
the river really wat above the Kat-
sai River. We now have some new
light on this question, whioh is a
very .ntefeit-ig ont, because the
Congo is next to the greatest river
in tbe world, and new discoveries
with regard to the river are apt to
be on a large scale. Oapt Rouvier
haa been mrveying thia part of the
river, and he findt that for a distance of about fifty miles the river
is much wider than wai tuppoted.
Its width, in fut, it from fifteen
to twenty wiles, a circumstance that
has not been discovered before on
account of many long islands, some
of which have always been takes
for one shore of the river. It follows; therefore, that there ii an ex
panes on the Upper Congo linjilar
to and very much larger than Stanley Bool; ] Steamboats have patted
eaoh other. in thit enlargement of
the river without knowing of each
other's proximity. It is easy to
understand, therefore, bow it happens that the Congo is in thit place
so vtry shallow, while in narrow
portions of the lower river no
plummet-line hu ever yet reached
the bottom. ' Navigation in this
part of the Congo would bo almost
impossible were it tit*, that here
and there soundings an revealing
channel! deep and wide enough for
all -the: requirements of- steamboat
traffic—Nets fork Sun.
(I   --HI I   Ml ill   ,1 III! I
Rom, May 18.-• Cardinal Bianool,
charged by lhe pope' te examine the
situstlon in Inland, neommendt the
pope to'advlte Irish bishop to adhere
riporoiiel. to the ftouna decided upon
by tttb former council of BUhope at
Rome, namely, that the clergy abstain
fmm attoslating thenuelvea with the
agilalon._    _
Save yon tried HoUoway't On Cant
It bat no equal for removing thtae
troublwotw Meit-tfttt, at many, have
testified who havt Mad U.
now ax _ot__tt. ^huigti salutstlom;
the. Iodi Ntmea, atoved j-narMD/'Mh) la _l
Br AaeoclaUHl Fi-H.    -    .*■
'...'rWWcm'
Itomtiavatg, Oskn
di«mct shocks of tattl
thit morning at about
tioM.KPt^t,'!^!-^
E.asn.Cal., :
tinct shocks Of
rumbling taoad, 	
l-Sl-fJ&Jnertlii.^Hjjp:
k now tx aoTUTT.
UlSDO_,
Sir John Uortt,
it-tuy for ilie	
the seetinil reading nf a bill granting
leave of iihwnceto the Duke af Con-
naught, commander of the fated of
India, in order to permit him toattend the. jubilee intititiea. Lewit
Eillwynn, liberal, moved to itjaet the
motion. He taid then wua strong
feeling in the country against the appointment of exalted penenagei to po-
sitioos of command over the hoadt of
othen. If ippointmtMi were to be
given on account of relatloaahlp ts the
throne, peraotM to appointed ought to
be under the stme conditions that applied to othen. Sir John Bwan-
bureu, liberal, a retired oaptain of the
royal navy, seconded Dillwynn't motion. He condemned the tvttem under whieh the royaltiea had choice
of plaoea both in the army and navy
without having passed through the different gradea.   Then wu the Duke
f Mil HIHI-|f" V_"ll. Off      .,:.ir.,,l''*tiTlll
■■• ■' mamstouiKit fcwtih.*i ••> *i>
I i^tr,l1^1^mfth*iihm*st\ #■_
ie^,'.'_-«»-_^wk_i'««!lJ' ■••
teth->i__-bk_.-f '-mmiitmssmioti'i
do-not tptak,a_lHa Jnt._»wt'«>i"ii
aalotatlont.01iairtWgt.la Skin
'. t^.v«y*,.b«t
■tet.nlii-a _?-___-»aai tttat-tt-rf;-
Vmtpwf-offjfcoffl, th. Barn»l|ifaa.;,,
<*'»ajaK,ao_ ior lord iahsdow^.
j Qcwstc, Hay IS.—tn Kit speech
hen to-night 0"Brl__ ssid ha nfi'tefi-
lipnei Ms   aektowladgaie-la'-Jiiat
menly UhU friends hat to;Wa oppo. .
_m^tm,ts»:mtt-tj*t-,, and t)igflfii,u
he had received , op to th.p_e.eni
(ime.   He believe?that e (rood^many
tiered" that a «_ . ,
and    mirnnderttandlngs :
arisen with r.l«Bet to W.
being aktady diepoliod, and*! >
.    Mdhla eoaMwn. thai -eke .
mora th* aubjaat.WMthnahed out tl»_
>W(i»i.«rA.lfi'
of Cambridge, now field mag-Dai, who
never ttrved either u ensign, lieutenant, captain, inojor.or li.at.e_ut aolo-
nel. The speaker, Interrupting, wid
the hoa. member wu travtli '
the quution. Tha bill only.'
tho ntbrn of the Duke of <!
Sir John aaid it would be a graceful
act on the part of the Duke of Con-
naught to ntire in order that aome
dittinguiihed oflper might take hit I
plaoe..; Then f.tm ,*n eaeraoaa '
amount vl ineneeStaawviceaiiCmsta
of money in eoiNtaaenoe oft MlHS
pertons holding high rank. The
speaker ruled Sir John out of order.
Labouohera denounced tht bill at obsequious and aervile. A divislnn wa
taken, retulling in 318 for and 46
againit tho blfl.
owHisa coxsnio.
8i_ F_iNci_oo, May 18.—On April
88thil Ohinamen ■ for examination in
itHe Cs. diatriot court, wen declared
to have no right to land in thia atate
and wen ordered by the court to be
returned to China on the aame etr., i
City of Peking, orf which they arrived j
in this pott on April tth. tfti,— Tl
namen were, placed for wfe-ktepi
tlie U.S. muihal lu the county.
2 Chinamen called on them Monday
and while convening with them •attempted to past a bundle of doi"
to them.  — ""
the   eWl     ^   .	
bundle was fouud a carefully prepared
diagram of Chinatown with a complete
ofMChiZ__.° dahSg SeriL^t-f'
donee, and to each qneetion a minute
and elaborate reply wu appended..
The evident iutention of the Chinees j
wit to have appealed their casts to
the circuit conrt after they had mattered the answer to the aaeationa and en.
'of the tope
tained a knowledge'
of the city, and ao gained a
remain here.
muiHT or ths tmss-m-ioK arraia.
Lonuon, Msy 18.—John Bright
writes u follows about the Parnell-
DiUon Time, affair: "AU the Kent'
charge, consist of evidenoe contributed
bythe rebel contpiiaton themtelvet'
and tUtementt dnm from UttUS
Inland, Irlth World, and uther paper*;
edited by active contpinton. Facta
are their own facta. The Timet did
not Invent them, it only arranged thtm
io the public could understand the
eaee. Parliament ahould have nothing
to de with thete mature. Thete coo-
aniraton and their papen obliged
Bait Spencer and Mr. Footer Mth
murder in knowingly hanging innocent
men. Parliament did not interfere
then to protect larl Spencer and Mr.
Footer. Why ihould it defend lio*
the Iriih writen and apaaken and assume tha labors of a wlift of juttice. j
tHl-HltO NOTES.
Sax Fauioisoo, May 12.—Cleared,
ttr. Oregon, Astoria; itr. Geo. W. B-
der, Victoria j ihip Kate Davenport,
Port Townsend.
xti-Tvutrni ntgNOH aateuf. -.
Plan, Msy 18.—The actiou vf- the
budget oommittee in the chamber of
deputiea, in lint accenting the propoud
made by Premier Goblet to reduce the
govornment ettiraatot 13,000,000 francs
onthe ground tbat atill
orny it demanded will,
lioved, oomtltute a t "
between the cabinet
tee. Tha wholo matter willi
to the chamber of dopiititt
The newtnpen regnm a cal
u poul-le. ,1 , .
SUNTDia toa in-Mfia_,,.'.,|'
Dairvta, Col, May U.'-J. Shirley,
a miserly taloon-ketper who lived in a
little town 40 miles west of ton, called
Buffalo Oreek, died a few daya ago and
it it reported he left a large amount of
money secreted torn.where about the
house or buried in the yards A search
wu instituted
will wu found,
Dr. Mony, who	
from Shirley's cabin, but tailed to atate
when the property oould be found.
An old safe, standing in the until bedroom when the miter died, was broken
open and 1637 found. Thoae who
knew Shirley but iny they have aeepi
him have, at one time, (3000. in ,20
gold pieoee, and often discount drift,
for large amounts, and from the way
mon severely evi
arty-loving man i
demn the conduct
 .-.j^- _jL_' -it-
1l--___^.ffl-_.-fiWj9lif2
__.    _Tl_.___g      £
ihfi
and the more they would tengnlM ■
that hia vuit wu the only antl' left *
to avert the total dutruotion of esred- <
tin oommanity of opprdned. e-d'jte- .-■
Jkgjgg**
utf forced it by mating hlmicfr.. _. .
pion and stan-ard bears, ol the toMT*
and meet inhumaa elate of nck-reat- ;
era in Inhmd. (Haaetv) "The-M__- *
traal BenM ol to-day," he -t__tinMd,i.
1***>«*»*4r« SP-*t_0|tr-avitli ,,lM*l|i
t^^ttm^mW-
SStSm
  .IM*--:;!. Itari
»ota^.W»»
I D-tdifant awl aet tttlftll' _>■___
hu-trif.ndtrtl^iuthulJ-^^^L
glwn pnvtutea him from
hiamlf ine free oountrf"
pternit '
ent.  (Appli
OtlMtlM-i      	
veryshpificanUy ataUed himtmll *,,
*mVs%ir^:'mmi%
^m^lqJr^&a, dote t	
to pnjadice the Csaadin aaeple t*Hh"
ra-tr-net te ay va_r(h__dt)wd ton
wrap himself in aaaiaaty aad deeKw t*.
defend himteU.TUherthay^htl
expunge their neolutio-f e|[tys^jgi;,
N_ U open to hms,-*t to ' mty-"
(Applauee.) -Aaal aaa .aattler'-
tjjori laaedowne bat alteady ci
and from thit
parihnMhter
nadlanparlhuMater thay"bughflii'
ieknowMgtthattbe_-' ruler ftlttM
pay a little _nn4_f_ra_ee toll*prta-
eipiet inaultattd bythe
tlvuof the Oeaadian .
&m
beerte.   Om rate bbeainule
itt ttnngth.   We know that	
estermhutareaa find in att tketradd
around a spot where he nan -UahWi
head from tke |udr_a_t- and eendawr
nation of.ieiti* "
(_-»l-d»-hiaaMnatwithati_h_i_MA-
perontion predicting an eariy daftwiri
ance from landlocdiam in Inland and
__aai-(_-^L?d'*,,,,^,*''
f-Boino
sum.
II a salt in
Mayor Ho
tree} lut ni
eamwejaivi n -__rvn
1 for the raoqevandthe
d, leaving everyttlmittLa
iho Und about a mile
Toaowo, Mayia-,T
cii ratt this alternooi
loo of St Andrews
O'Brien'elettan eram IS
wu stated the ooaoeil had ial.
thai a breach ol tht peac
if O-BrTen lutared in *af _,
property owntrt in tht locahfj
afraid thtir property #ouH
aged. In than ohn. _»__»_»< tt"«d!i
derided to relate tomUow tha ..hall _» ,
btutd fog the leel-n. M_vMeUi.'!
i»». ««•«». I".wi?rt fmm'
tloaal lauut, intimated thai he
eua the oily for damagta   iH
O-Brimha.I____n__tod"«*' _.
House, the Primes-tt. rink and
Pavilion Musio Hall.   It is d___t_u'i
II a kill in tha city caa ba aeoand.
Howland aeat th. felltmlM
_   -MS^it   I- \_l"_M, JMBJ-O
age yoiir coming lo Saturdat't'-'*___»-■
i_g.f YouateShliif-nntdiii'to ttdlf-'
ti you peoUWy have bttt at to tt* x
•entimeateafoar !pt_pla han. ■■_»•
mealing hat aet h-cn. eelM,.tadM.
matd an oAMal  pnUbittW M,Jtm,
meetingvkutto «»*4*W..i%_SJ_?W'i
of ,Nr olfttn. as lo the .rnrr^lr SI ■
y,urc'immj|h-n_i'_ll. *S_ WW'.
ittud yomoblertin corata-'It-- W"1
tack the nputatlM of her -*)**,***
re-irtittntative on ptnoaal' gto>i__a«al
toUcitntklofwhtcllnhi _.«MN <la
faot, we neither ean vtf. akjadd-,^,
tack on a bti
intn'-hOiTirre
whWi_elK__i,»t
meet aad tnWer -it -
iii-noer.  KyuUftnitt I
■W-Bl M
sent i he true'tMMme-vil-t'-l
in thit oltf.   (Signed) '«._lli
tin,Mayor,Tottskm.'!:.;,'. .o
trv! tt"'__^,"S___?^''__SO-uiV'
tetter. M___ak'bq_S- W'*Seai.-
a battle and tabs_t ______ stl oi ■;IJi.'ila
' --mliioain e^iim-i-«* ,»iilt ti">4W     Ii..-
lovat
1*1 i-M
isiateuca to  li' .51 t-tm
mm
§«ilt $litis., fl._gmb.i-n
turing centre, as it is sure to be, it
will be improved tenfold as a market
agricultural produce of the
After an ____ually 1
rain, thefe S evejy
hope that we thall have fine weather
-■ring tbe remainder ot the season.
Ihis is the very best time, therefore,
to get ajf.dWrict, roadworkunder
tray. We need hot rtput what hu
>!■_.■-<_■ iip-mdliiMluiu ml*
aaws about the gnat mistake of.
doing smi week late-a the aummer,
jaa. Mon IW foil tains ait in;
__t* year very HttWrftti- '
priatioh for rorii in thii -i-trlct
was txtitoded.becaWalt wha thought
heat > wry ».<*■*#,«>«._•» year
ao that the work might-be done early
in the anion. We fully appnoiate
the wiidom of that deeiaion, and we
bona now no time wilt be laat in
laying oat the work and putting it
into the hands of the contracton.
The new commimioner of lands awl
works has just returned from his
o-nstituenq- with victory inscribed
on hia banner: now let hint aet in
motion the machinery of his department without delay.
tbe -bronio <M»J. c9*»*m*_*m
a|»»-_--Wa_iaso_i-_ater,*xp--iau
the opinion thatit muat have been the
result of careleasnest. "Strictly
tpeaking," uys the fffoie, "there,
can be no- aooidont where the dangerous o-nditions that produee disaster are all so well known ae in
ooal minet.'' We are bot inclined
to go quite as {tr u our Toronto
cottmpoeary.b-titMoubtleutrue
that what we call aocidente are, ai
a rale, the result of cnwleetntn-,
aad when thit cnreleatn-ta r*t-lts
te the loaa ot -__-_-. life, or
endangers life, it is criminal. Bnt
then are accidents which result
frsaa imparfeot knowledge. Wean
not ttt* that every condition ia ro
waU understood in a ooal mine u to
make an accident impoe-ible without canlaatuu. It will.be aome
uiitfo-tion to the publio to know
that a vary fall enquiry it to be
made into tha Nanaimo disaster by
a oaraoar- jury, aad it ig tobehoped
the investigaUon may bring to light
this craw ef the aocMent with a
tWv. -to prov-ntlnga racurrenoe of it..
lie large quantity of rain that
hu: fkllen Qui spring in W-Hmin-
ster district hu intorfered seriously
w__iaggio-ltaral (iptratitai , Hany
of thb farmen hava at this late date
only begun to ■»■»: ir»- -,__■<«'.
When land_w« wetand not drained
than ia gnat danger that cropa will
aot be ready for harvtot until the
foil ndaa come, and ttenBie wbTF "
of harrnt-ag will be attended with
gnat risk. It hu been found, in
practioe, very risky to have lato
crape, beoaate oae cannot depend
upon good weather latoip.^fol^
aad one or two weekt ef Min then
may deetrey the whole crop. This
UlutartM tha gnat imoortance of
having, land thoroughly under
drained. P-Aont with underdrained
landi _m sow their crope usually two
auahaiurh-ii, and the land is to
nub improved by thd chains thai
ci_pa retch maturity more npidly.
The danger of being caught by fall
£ almoat entirely diuppran
land hu beta put in firtt-
e_m iModition. ' Not only so, but
tha- e-ope an larger 'and' better.
Theri is tui-eery any investment
more proflta We to a farm than thorough underdnining, and it it a mat
ter which hu hitherto reoeived alto-
gether too little attention from many
ot ear farmen.
Until we have angular market
eataUished in this oity, or aome er-
rangemtnt by whioh the prodaoen
and coos-mejs can be brought to-
gether, we need aot eipeet:to enjoy
tht advantagm to which onfgeo-
gn|__lcal potitlon entitles us as the
natanl market of tha finut agricul-
tural district in British Oolumbia.
Ttaaaieat tmfie aad traval an im.
pertaai a«_nU in bwilding up eitiM,
l_t there it nothing that gi«e such
eaVd pi-tperity as agriculture, man-
utaetorjet, and other permanently
productive naou-oea.   Weatmimter
ought to itand beyond reaoh pf the
________ of any rival eity.   8he
auada right ia the centre of thit
maM-_e-nt   agricultural   dUtrict,
and la eaifly reached from any part
of It by land or water..   She has
_ae.oan_i_g induttry (one of the
gnat .iodaitriu ot the province)
wMMn rat-, aad htr faolitiee for
tha -__•____*»• ef lumber ara un-
Bywhere.    There it no
provlaeo mora tsvotably
•manufacturing.     We
e of fnlh water that
_. we have __h»«stlaaa
for tfubar pr fuel; aad wa
"    oa the 0. P. B. and the
gnat avemea of
<________. Within
^«^«ota_tl|«-lTer
iva bean improved ao
•els of all_|_M,___t
loag before we have
aactkn wUhtbeAaieri
at the-ound.
IMACMumbia
i|n#rlB
.j, m aaa
Waarain
theeato-Ueh
forhdnuaaawfU
Chemist ani
___••■ ***-a
thfon B Lyman's Vegetable Diacovery
and Dyspeptic Cure sells well, and gives
thebeetofsetiafactionofnll diseases of
tha blood." It never fails to root out
all diseases from tho system, cures Dyspepsia, Uver Complaint, etc., purines
tht blood, and will make you look the
TOT
Q-_H_S_» «--_« ON AONESSTRT.
0 Ren---ll5 per swath. Applyto
dmyllte        HENRY V. EDMONDS,
HEREBY fl-VEt. THAT
ihip of Ohong Soong and
- business at Chilli-
_ , ilfiolved. Th.untlar*
elgaad b_e nolnrliier Inl.real In ibe busi*
noss, and will not be responsible tor any
debts contracted by either Chong Tine or
LuatUng,- i CH0NQ8D0NG.
DatodKth April, 1M7. ,dwmy7wl
.NOT.OEi-*-~~~
VTOTIOBW HBRKBT BIVEN THAT
ll 00 days after date I Intend to apply
loth. Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Worka lo purchase _» acre, of land [more
or leeel eUual. on Te_a__ Maml, Saw
Westminster District, nnd described ,aa
fOllowKT'   - ■.: , It     .'   ■ .
Commencing at the N.W. corner of N.E.
V of gee. li thenoe South w obalna; thence
Easts chains to shore Hue; thenoe following meandering of shore line Ina northwesterly direction, ISO chains [more or
leal.: thence East 85chains rmoreor less|
to point of commencement.         __
■ M. W.T%RWHITT DRAKE.
Viotoria,B.C., April 22,1877.     dapSSm.
I WILL BE REOEIVED BY
Igped up to noon of aatar.
Iv. tor the erection of a
..   —St*   mt.1 on   frtlumWa
I tor W. A. Duncan, Esq.  Plans and
—jlcatlons oan be aeen at my office on
id after Monday the eth Inst, ,
fk.lewwat or any tender not necessarily
acoepted. ..
T-■"■"'       G. Vf. ORANT,
Arohlteot, MeKensie-st.
New Wa-tmihSt»,_adilay, 1887.
dmyltd
NOTIOE.
&$%
OS OF THE COUNTY OOURT
 jirlboo will be held—- '
At Olinton, Friday, 1.1th May, 1887.
At Lillooet, Wednesday. Utli May, 1887.
- At IS. Mile Houae, Tuesday, Sth June,
M87.
At Soda Creek, Thursday, 80th June,
1187.
I At Quosnellemoutli, Monday, 4th July,
1887.
AIRlohmld, Saturday, Mh July, 1887.
, ■     Provinoial Secretary.
Provlaolai aerrstary's offlce,
20th April, 1887. dapSOtd
JOHN S. COX,
WmTCR A DEALER IN
r1 00BT8 NO MORE TO KEEP GOOD
fowl! than it does to keep poor Fowlii.
Uy BrMdlng Venn tre equal lo any In
Ihe United btatee or Canada.
I propoie to furnish Em from premium
and flrit-cUM towIh, my dnlgn being to
twuWUh a reputation that wltfW
Cnh mint aeoompaay all orden.
"""    Addreu, with (.tamp,
JOHN 8. COX,
dwWte New Westminster
TUESDAY, HAT *-**<. WW.
-      •*■> THKl'. r. ■. M   „
NORTIi BEND A RETURN
.ndettb. Auspices of the Y.M.C.A.
BET WXEN HOPE AND NORTH BEND
■a-wmeet the most magniaeent aeen-
try alenc Ike who). Hue of railway, Inr
eludlllOhe far-famed canyons of the
Train will leave Westminster atto'eloek
In In. morning, returning at tit- in the
* -Musta ftv Ike B...4 Trip .aly at.u.
and the name price will be oharged from
Intermediate atatlons. "   ■    ,
TINt-l.f-raaleatllie8lore.of li. Lyal,
' '    -mpb.il * Co., Z. a Hall, _._.
Mi A. M. Herring, Oeo. C *
 a*. R. Auslln.   ;
. B-rTraln stops al all wai
in WestmlnsH'r and Yale.
-0j, A. M. Herring,'Geo. Grant*
atiaasliW. t_' Austin.
N, B.-rTratn stops al all way stations be-
Cq.iaml
dwapittd
WANT E D
I     PURCHASERS FOR
nt«-_»KW0"'
Jeetori- etc..
Mean niMff. Gat Fitter.' and I'lumbers'
Brass and Irou Goods, all kinds of ma*
Igemataiaiii Air conipreMoi.. log*
;9-iit_MkDrlll_, Hoisting Machinery,
1 Steel, Machinery steel, Pick;.,
•    -■'■-■- *iteol Wire Rope, Rob-
,-_   -Drapers,   Cars,    Angle   and
JSTron andSteel, Crow-bars.l'orilnnd
Cement.    Hoogng_ Paper,.   Building
 -_..._-__ 0«mei-i, _t_,,
Harhlnery,
ieas,f  — "
. IMna,   Til     ..__
ion's osi
Co.'s  ai.h   Bait (IS) klnd-lT^Sne new
_r•r_•0«?_^S-^}c■?Rk!rb'..,,,,,'
Mechanical Drauglitaman A Oontractor.
gar Plant ami Spaeiaeatlons for Boat.,
Bnuji..., M_eh.»ny, ny_%j»N~.
New WMtmlMWjac, _._._.,'»_
Cement. Knoang Paper,. Bui
Paper, Flm-proof Itooflng Cement
Ina A v/Md-w.rklag Marhl
Nliafllng, Pulleys, Chucks. Lathes, Plan*
en, Leather Belling, Tin Plate and
Onfragaled. Iron -II-.WS, Aac. Plot.
Fork , and Hammer Handles. Best
White Oak s-gal:, lo-gal., 15-gal., SO-gal.
Zagl. Geo. I. Wood A Bon's oelabrated
Mow Vork Varnishes, Chapmaa Sens*
Skowlig iteMtn ali Mm« of
Coirtt orUalM, mil Prl«£jn4
trer «i__w_rt_er,-._f_o
mrtni.
[Oa Ya-ee-wwer Iskusd]  '-.'<.
_^=_d*^f.i^-^
' '   [O-i'Mala-aiMIl
r__x-____»__
[Ob _fa_a_aaa]
Held ........„...'._|biiday.........l-lh Sept.
.  ____ftee___dey.yihH.l_.
■ops ....-Moodji; trilor.
w *~Moadey....»..,Imnp«.
I. e«mtnliiiiif.W-dnea_.y.,.-lh »_■•.
'•' .roimViietWiivar'laiaaar-'' "■
Si^2«{^&l^_^
dapjttd
NOTICE
immmm
_-iy or
Jatellnf
.Issloner t_
480 acre, ot;
. NewWesti
dasfolldwl
  ill-fat the-Jl.E.eornerof the
RE.'jof SecOi thenoe North 40chains;
thenoe West 80 chains; thenoe South 80
chains; thence Kast 40 chains: thence
North 40 chains; thence Enst 40 chains, to
polntof commencement,
!-■     -' H. D. HELMOKEN.
Victoria, a C, April 22,1887,    ,dap»m2
-ssa_sa
the I
NOTICE.
OTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT 60
days alter date I intend to apply to
.... Chief CominlB*.toner of Lands and
Works to purchaso 480 aomi of -land on
Texida Island. Now Westminster DlBtrlot,
described as follows: _- >
Commencing at the 8. E. corner of 8.W.
U of See. 8; thence East 40 chains; thence
South 80 chains; thenee Weft to shore
line; thenoe following meandering pf
shore line ln a north-westerly direction to
ft B. corner of Sec. 4; thenoe North 10
ohalns {more or lens]; thence East 40
chalni to point of commencement,
JAMES HUMBERT SMITH.
Vletorla, B. C, April 22,1887.     dap25m2
Administrator's Salel
__*TO_riC-El
Be Estate SNA T SB A NTON, Deceased
■Intestate. -
O BALED TENDERS for the purchase
D ot Lot 16, Block Seven, suburban lands
ofthe City of New Westminster, will he
reoeived by the undersigned up to the
SOth day of May, 1887. The highest or any
tender not necessarily accepted.
Dated sand Ap„i.l_g.AiENNg|
dap_S_ml ..   Administrator.
THE  STEAMER
"GLADYS"
UNTIL   FURTHER   NOTICE   WIU.
leave Wise's Wharf, for
CMlilv.l-_.l_ and Way Places
TUESDAVS e\ FRIDAYS
At.-LIL,
Reluming the following dayi.
Fortnight, Reapply on board orto
W. MATHERS,
dmhSltc On the Wharf.
H RUG GISTS I
Jew Wettmlailcr, B. C.
. dwmhlWc
_e»_A.o___r_co
New Westminstsr, B. G.
REID & CURRIE
___Hlf_-T-IE_t«|_lNin__IOF
Farm Wagons, ;
> Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons,
Carriages,
Top Buggies,
Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
Butcher Carts,
Dog Oarts,
Dump Oarts,
Drays, Stages,
AND  EVERYTHING   1_   THK ,
VEHICLE IINE.
Sccond-haiul.gHHW t KipMSt Wag.
OBI (ot sale chetp. i_
IcpalrlBf, Palntlnj 4 IrLti-ilii
dona at reasonable prioes. .,
la all lis Branohea. Jbtimatea given on
' ,I|rpjiwork.|ndt|on*-«to,tag<ni|,,,
Ilot_e4bo-li__ aad Mncral
JobblBB...,' ,v,
Wa al-flntp lu a-uuk lu w|nJy tha
trade, Iran, S_nl,.ChaH-._l«niSar_-|il
Goal, Horta and-Oi Bhota, Ha-owa,
Inn a^,S^.H»rr<)wT^^C_rfla|a
Bnrinaa and Axl«, ahd a ;«_)nii|e|te atotk
ofCartMt-t__trd-irar|B.   ',:     .,..,„.,'.,.
AH ol lr.l-ol.-_ Nt'-tH_--___r»
r*»lonna_d.' ,'i ,.,:. ■,(., ..,-,*,- -.,',
' a_rw« have got tha beet wbiaiaaan lob*
had In the country, and Wei lmporjnjaw
all the atook we nse from the attt-*mia>
Oliently we oan offtr Inducement, to pttr-
rti._n- tbal we wold nol Mv. doaeaoau
time ago. -Mlnata__dMria^laaviii|
tbe i^op Vill ^_a«__W,_,»J»« at
reprMitiied. Ofders from lb* eoonwy
promptly attended to,    ,-,..!.,A-t i ":ui-.
dwapllte RRIDftOUmil
Brighouse Estate.
A LLVABT-ES ARE HEREBY CAU-
A tloned against purchasing of Sam.
Hrlgbouse or exeoutlng mortgagee on any
portion of the above eatate without the
aanotlon of ManuBla Brighouse!, his wife,
or her solicitors. ™
dapltml     MANUELLABRIOHOUSE.
HACK FOR HIRE.
rpttB D-IDBBSIONED has established
T Ial—lllaitharilirof New Westminster with a FIRST-CLASS
OARRIAGE,
Is iitm let aagagenseals al
«err asaaVrale f'harge..
OrdersJul, at tiie Colonial Hotel or aent
hy telephone, will be promptly attended
to Ja-t or night. Stablo neat H. Elliott's
!, ,na  -1MB
Telephone No. St,
JOS. GATES,
mylto
B
th_-
tlon' ,
easterly
OTICE IS HEREBY QIVltiN THAT
_, thirty days after data we Intend male
ng appllcationto the Chief Commission-
jr of Lands aqd Works (or a lease ror timbering purpoa-Mof the following desert bod
lands, situate on tbe eent aide of Harrison
■ a oreek generally known as
Ue Creek, where a stake has
id on the water's edge of tha
mile from Harrison Lake;
(In a south-easterly diree-
uialns; thetiee ln a north-
.     ion eight  hundred (BOO)
ehains: thencf running In anorth>west-
•rly direction forty («) ohalns. moreor
less, to the water's edge of said ereek;
theuea following the water's edge of oreek
•ight hundred WM) ehains,more orless,
toihapoint of oommencement—containing three thousand two hundred (_Q00)
acres, more or less, and to be known as
Limit C.
Also, tbe following lands situate on the
opposite sine of tbe creek to Limit C, and
to be known as Limit D, commencing
where a stake has been planted about one
mile from Harrison Lake at tbe water's
edge of said creek; theuce running In a
north-westerly direction forty (40) ohalns;
thenoe running tn a north-easterly direction eight hundrod (800) chains: thence
runnlr '" ~ "' —-*--• " -**■—
torts
creel., _ ,.c __..    .-_-
eight hundred 1800] chains, more or less,
tothe point of commencement—containing threo thousand two hundred [8200]
acres, moro or less.
'v  LEAHY A KYLK.
Vancouver, a 0.. March 15,1887.
.    dmhl7mS
m eight hundrod (800) chains: tbence
inning ln a south-easterly direction
ttr [10] chains, more or less, to snid
celt; thence following the water's edge
ITOETH
OOMPANY
iM*""
Capital,  $.,000,000;   _.._-_
raid, 148,000,000
stamtsmtsllalted _L*i«»a
Rates'A Low as any other
Company doing Business
hi British Columbia.
tr Klsks promptly taken, and Losses
satisfactorily adjusted.
Ti*.PEARSON,
dooTIo (B.C.S.4P.Co.lAaE-IT.
iax_
INDUCEMENTS
3 / A -—~K* 'hk—
HOLIDAYS
int.. IS
illPSSOOS.    SSfSBl-
BUY-SO FJJOM THE MANUFAC*
torer. for cash, I ain In a position
to sell at bottom prices. My Ooods are
marked In plain -flgiirea and the pricea
have not bean put up to meet the discount taken off. Call and see prlees be*
(on putjhaalng elsewhere.
ttr Fine "v. etch Bapairlng a Specialty.
Jewelry made to order.
''■'■    F.CKAKE.
WATCHMAKER
OrrosiTt the Ban. dw-delRtc
*^ANl)-_
THE UNDERSIGNED has
. just received a large consignment of
Pianos and Organs,
Which he will sell cheap, These
instruments may be purchased
for cash or in monthly instalments, ito mt purchaser. Call
aJd'JieMj. f.$.M before purchasing elsewhere, and it will be
to your, interest,
^ond-hand Pianos and Organs-for sale or to rent.
InstrjliWehts -nay be seen at
Mr. D. Lyal's Book and Station-
jet^ ptOre,, Columbia Street.
.iwrnMic  Ts R> PEARSON.
■an  ■■nin r.i -mr--,r.rina*
land Registry Ordinance, 1870.
Ul No. ft, Black IV, Purl of Mslriet tai
,   -Va. 1st, In lhe city at Taneaaver.
•HT-ftEBEAS THE-eEBTIPICATP. OF
VV,. Title of Ihnnk-i.. Hart t--a abo*
Lot has been lost or destroyed and apnll-
ciillun liii. been mailo foi n duplicate
thereof! Notice Ih therefore hereby riven
that a fresh (.'trtllcato ot Title will be
issued in lieu of that so lost or destroyed,
unless cause be shown to the contrary
Wllliln one month from tho date hereof.
H. W. ABMBTRONO,
Deputy Registrar.
r.am! Rci-lsti, Ollice,
New Westminster, Mh April, 1887.
n_—I
Tuip_l«0«UNo.e.
P.O. Box 71
WM McCOLL,
Seneral Uuii!
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings
Groceries & Provisions.
LUNDBOM'S HLOCK, Colombia Bt
PORT flMD-WD
NUR&ERY
Frnlt Trees,
Ornamenlal Trees,
Small Fruits,
And GARDEN STOCK on hand In great
variety.
Everything flr-t-cUiss and furnished In
good shape,
0. Vf. HENRY,
dw*del6tu Port Hammond, B. C.
WALSH'S
'I'AII.OIIINV
EMPORIUM
Columbia St„ New Vestmlnster.
HAVING JirSTRECEIVKDOURNKW
Fnll nnd Winter Stook, we Invite In
■peotlon of the Quest selection of
Engll-Ji, BcotC--. Urn-Jan * Freud.,
and Amerlean
SUITINGS I
Ever Hbown In New WeBtmlnster.   For
a GOOD FIT aud urtlutlc style we defy
competition.
dnoSOtc THOS. WAItSH.
Look Here!
fP YOT) *VANT TO MAKE A NICK
PRESENT
To n friend or relative, go down to STIR*
SKY'S nnd look nt some of those extraordinary tantalus I'1
Utiles' nnd Gentlemen'-. Cold ftnd
Silver Wati hes,. (_n_ln%
Charm., eie„ etc.
Or if you wnnt a nw-fnl orniiment for your
hotiHe, exnmlne those heiiullful H*4my
Hlriktng. Clocks, with enthedral gongs.
He Ih selling at. BOTTOM PRICES.     '
Walrhcs, from *j-iupwurds, nll warranted
Flue Watcb KciiHlriax a Hptrlally, and
good workmanship guaranteed.
■sr Remember the   plnce-the "Bine
dwnu3yl        Columbia St., New West.
GUARDIAN
Insurance Com'y
OF LONDON, ENG.
Total Funds, $18,000,000
ISIASLY)
•STABLISHED  1821
Risks Taken at Rates
as Low as any other
Reliable Comp'y.
T. R, PEARSON,
<li«i7_!        („_».. I>. Co.) AOKNT.
W.K. AUSTIN,
UKAljliR. IN
Geiflral llorohiaiiu!
A large Ansortment of
DRY QOODS
-AND-
GROCERIES
amvayb On bakb.
TZay and Feed
WIIOI.ESAIK and rbtail.
W«M AKB emtl RKLIVEtM TC
axv r abt st Tm vm.
V..rnnt-i>alaissilalli/,eio.p|giin<a.s,
In I'ort Mooily, currying H.M.R. malls,
Ass no lienor ortobnnoo In used wo oan by
temperate habits nnd onrofnl Mobomj
servo tbo publio at espeolHlly low ral«_; -
_w«_Ho
The British CoU»nfii4
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THIS ESTABLISHMENT ISrONE OF THE' ,u
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in MM mvymt kiimm
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BY MAIL, PER ANNUMi  ma i___r__
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Daily British Columbian,  -  -  SiO'OO
* ■ ■   "     / .!•■      ■>-      ■>'>;•'•■*£_.
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Weekly British Golumift?8-Q^0
ani mi,ill st 1' C..V .11 nu
iiDgMsjaperon
HAVMO i. FW THE Ut-EST CI KUUTiH
;-mxT-oi|MUl<ja
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lo ■-'.■-.I. I  VM I
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BOOUNO COMMERCIAL PR W
SniT-Ol    'I il'l'AH'Al t-.'.lvlK.'t .1.1 /
OF EVERV IDBStWlfWON; '^" «
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At Moderate Rates.
SPECIAL BUNKS RULED &
^mMm
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ITI   yltl.   il   101*1
:.■:■■.'[ •■      tn\ ■ i tiiui'j.rt.yUJ}-''
Persons tfhfrh&ve not..^litf-tpSI'
experience the ability of the «.tabHshn>wt
to ttiwi'outfifstieltwi
send, a trial older.   ,
to turn out fttttelMS work sW:iinyW$$a.
■-■• ■' ..fior-;-! liiw<-«iiAOiit
«i f-JiCH-,
.HflAMO-U «
__*•<?!<*#•■■•
- fftii.-.)
•hi c.->,
______:*' _______ HEI OF LETIXEg,
  .fllle Mmo, in our Hat of men
o! lattar* who married an not thoa* ot
aiitbora who depended or depend—(or
Borneo!theu arf etlll living—on their
-jaitwiMB'siS
1 -tion.       •      i. V 'i
.-. all *_*»« men mro haabanda.
a:.d moat of them fathers, auch * list
may aarve to show ihat hatband* and -
father, need not despair of achieving
i.iratatlone aa author-, though, In lit*
eraiure, as In other pursuits, a man gen-
orally eeeure* some uiaasure of success
Moro he mantes.
This, however, Is fsr trom being at"
warn ths east,.   St.. Augustine ws* a
_&»«&
Is exactly as might be
«j^^#*tW*^-. «*•»->
It soma eminent poet* are missing
from our Uet, whioh, by tha way, does--
 *      lt. would
cnslblltty
Jjjffi&tl
net pre]
to the
tbe mleali
.-____.
Canioi
lel-ed beeaute of.
Ibe
Tlie number ot traveler* cur rallier
s»rt_S^B_sr,
aa might have - been expeoted. It If not
Hi. husband and the tatter wlio affects
tl.. batanlo (MMgotMlklat .Band
down and ft-*!**- tm to u$_ tba
«iirth_i*»;.-;j, ,t_" li     '   .
m Ko«u taktt toIdm to notioe all
the iiitaraailngfans about aulfasn ud
thalr wives.   Here are a few:
Ot Tycho #ra^ we read that, "bet-l
* OTi^piira-lw racism ***■_ ■*• «-■-»
rjr.Mfft.
'♦Hl.M.T*'
r*w*m
ifoi'Ciiilstlno,
i itaugbter of
a MJIdMriugpeaaaiit, and ail n.i.-l Ina
family till the Xing' conim inceil thorn
lo be reconciled to 1ilm. Tycho, who
chose her bucauae ahe might bo more
grateful and aubnervlenUliuu a lady of
b!|tlier birth, never aati__ to have ro*
p-med, tiut aver found bis Christina
an agreeable companion and an obedient
■.!!.,'
j.e lor, op the other l__.d, found that,
"M'WhW-ill-•_■(___. er*r.t«dhim
f :--i uiisaaiueas from 'a dispute ivhlcb
_   kt'__sut__a_1fe'>-.ttune.-
.'u!in Knox, Is spite of his " Blast ot
Ih. Trumpet Against ths Uonstrou.
._..• uieai of Women,' married two of
them, and l_Ue_-.d__i by both.
KirJohq3Kq__vms f_-llgto-»l» _»
ellneJ aa Honorablo alllano* to tha
Sultan of Egypt, whose daughter he
inijhtliaveeapMiasd It b* would havo
abjured C-rlstlaaity."
liunon.'as' taresw* keen twa able
to le.ru, was mm. married. This
aitalu te aa wa ttpeotod. Tha "Anatomy ol Melancholy " la aot th* kind of
 'vbut a lonoly baohe-
>t nought*,"
,___•. «d
look that anyl
Iwr would tt
Wung, ai
married a ll._
Dr. -uhuaou.
Umdeo, tie author oJ the " Concord-
an e," tried to do tha aame, and addressed numerous pamphlets to th*
object of hie choice, tat aha remained
obtestst*spiW«tt_*W_-« -the. at.
M volte
i*l.:on,"seMo_eof eeohple of mldi
a vd smb who sat •*—   **
eating a Wt of ch-
strseti
a ..na* who sat sipping tbelr beer and
n a Wt ot cheese b a
teato-Olae* Fridays
. yoo haow, Ur** as Hot-fit
Wnsnlagtso. right mw ma. whet* he
Uuexeelloatwlf_, a aloe home and
ibroouptW-yekUdna a* *v*r pUyed
nit door*. tU boy*, too know, th*
- lirst aat «m t/au. all *>Ut-M
ai'.r.ie else.   .
"_ml_. I* aawttj MipeeUcle sort at
a cl.lson, .overdrink* et gamble*,ami
l-iliks th* world of hh) family.
. ■■ WeiL he w«l home en* aftsnom
last -eel, aad fouad bia wit* out
ft\ » Mmm
Be aotleed that tbey wet*
-ri king iinmhlng eat of •paH.aad
tii.t ihoy aotsd ussy. The youngest
was was behind S bar.bad atowal
tod aroaadbl*waist,aad wuMtUig
tb.driaka op pntty tree.
.•• H-ulib we_*_ov« «4 looked lb
tlupaU. It waa.bMr.and tweet tha
^3B_aa&sn
elder, lay a«IM behind tb?tree.
•••My Ood, bey*, yea mint aet drink
that.' be aaid «• ta ibtad th* --year-old
iiouibehladltabtaek.
"_K_i slail* rm_ uta^Mdlwa*
s |^M-B&* wft*_» -____•
l«_ow. 7
" Smith potted «_k ttt (MR ttl.
■lod ibe -moke*, bey borne, tad thu
toihhllHWi Mnll -HfW*_Mb tt
|bttw9s«aatbMksbt fouad
. i<ltt*aehild. He arte down
m-Mita __lgt*H-ad (Old oufUabusl.
h,MTr '
<-rl>:k „
• ills wlf* to-fiftb   -out It md
&__S-_B___-
._.  ay night, '
_ jsHmmmm* i*|»fida*ia*l**iw
:,T*i|«!M^4_j.VM
a I.* story la thapadsc and mymoaty
N%_SiBSft8.l»__La
watiniu-HumiMvMt to mms*t,
-alwekiinJt«iTO\.i .
_agaaaa*«a
.     WHITE HOUSE EXPENSES.
"What It G_st* To Car. Fnv and Maintain
th. President's Home.
Nearly every good housewife "cleans
houso" onoe or twice a year, nnd the
mansion ot the nation's Chle.-Ejcoutlve
does not escape the annual rejuvenation
whioh Is charaoterlstle of American homo
Ufa.
,: Unlike most private houses, no-evor,
the White House undergoes Ita overhauling In the summer time while its
' occupants are off on tlieir annual outing.
The work furnishes employment for a
email army ot servant* for a score of
dare or more. IVI   *Jlla I
Notwithstanding tho faot that ths man-
«rai-kept bl good order at all times,
s annual houaecleanlng never falls to
disclose plenty of work to be done, and
aweepera, sorubbers snd duatera hold
high oarulval during the oontlnuanoe of
their reign.
The upper es well as tbo lower floor
undergoes the prooess of rejuvenation.
The musty old books In the library,
many of them dating baok to tbe daya ot
Dolly Madison and Susan Monroe, are
all taken out snd dusted, The two
pianos ln the house ar* tuned up, snd
when the doors are finally opened to the
publie ths house Is In the most exquisite
ordsr snd ready for another year's siege
of dinners and receptions.
A* may be weU imagined, it oost* a
very pretty penny to keep tho establishment in older. Tbe tlH,M0 tor keeping
the house In order for the next year,
Which became available on July lat, la
not. by any means all that has been spent
npon the manelon since President Cleveland took possession,
Mr. Arthur left a large cash balance
unexpended of the last appropriation
during hia term, according to a time-
' honored custom that the outgoing Presides Bhall leave a lump. *um for th* Incoming President to make any changes
be may desire.
Nothing new hu been bought In th*
houso elnce Mr. Arthur left it ln auch
complete and beautiful order. It undoubtedly, though, requires a large nm
tokeepltineondltton.
The cleaning ol tbe hug* crystal ohan-
doners is a considerable Item ot expense.
The whole lower floor ls lighted by these
enormous crystals, eaoh one with thousands of pendants. There are no less
thau three doxen ef these chandeliers In
the East Boom, the Blue, Bed, and
Green roome, the two dining-rooms and
the corridors, and once a year each one
has to be taken to pieces and every part
.carefully cleaned aad put back to Its
'place.
■ IbttJ care of the. carpets and ourtalns
also requires the spending of money.
' The handsome lace draperies are torn at
noarl.' every reception, and theae have
to bo carefully repaired, to say nothing
of tho tikliig down two or threo times a
yenr to' be washed and darned.
Somo people wonder how the President
ean pay out of hie salary the numerous
expenses attached to his offlce.
There are separate appropriations.
Beside. Mb salary ot -50,000, the eatl-
malu prcsonted to Congress this session
ssk&l for $30,004 additional, to pay the
salaries of his subordinates snd -forks.
His private aecretary la paid <__*_.,
Ills assistant private seoretary $2,250, hia
s enogi aplicr $1,800, five messengers
(end!) (1,200, a steward $1,800, tno doorkeepers who each got $1,200, four ether
clerks at good salaries, one tcloxiupli
operator, two ushers, getting 11,200 and
$1,400; a night usher, getting $1,200; a
watchman, who get* WOO, and a mau to
take care of fires, who reeelvea IBM*
year.
In addition to this thsre ls set down
{8,CiM for Incidental expenses, sueh a*
-bitlimci'.v, uurpeta, and the care ot the
President-. *>tub|os.)
And ui'tlio. bn, under another heading, tbiro Is a demand for nearly $40,000
more. Of tbla, $12,500 la for repairs and'
furnishing the White House, $2,600 for
fuel, $3,000 for the greenbouso, and
$15,000 for gas and the care of tho
stables.
Tho Whito Bouse, all told, ooeta tho
oountry, in oonnecUon with the President, considerably over tMS.000 a year,
aud at that rata It Is cheaper, relatively
to the work done, thia the service ot
Congress.—[Washington Letter,
■>■>
'•Good-by, father."
"Good-by, my son; Ood Meu you."
And tho train starts, bearing the boy
away to oollege. Tho eld man watehca
lt until It Is ont of sight, and brushing
away hia tears, turn* to a friend.
t boy to get an eduoa-
■Ir, IV* something to
Ihatr aad -the happy
l___nt_tttp fie wagon,
"Thero goes my boy to get an eduoation,  Itallyou, »lr,l.    '
have* boy fill* that r
father turn* and getting      ... .
which la ataadlng nearly, drives home.
wagePto a_m___gt* the _a_j**h«J
auTttaold maawltbandknt fa** 1*
waiting for the train wbloh ls bringing
his boy homo.
It come* pulling Into the depot and the
boy steps down.
"Hefio, gov'nor."
Tho old man saysnothlng; those caw-
Ices words and that cardesa tone have
•truck him te th* heart Again thar*
an Una In hU eye*, but he does not
•mr-\
~'I t*U you, alt, Itt *ome_ilng to bawd
a boy like. that"-tNew Haven Begtster.
,i.
-_.w.
'•I-M* te nothing m the world tbat
•how* th* Inborn tendency of mankind
to nn in a rut than the arch Hectur* ot
th* modern ahlrt."
So (aid a young man af toonoelasHa
tendencies.
'•For yeoru ma*'* vests hava been but-
toa*d almoat up to th* dbln, and the Ht>
Ue pleoe of ohlrt groat that wwld be left
expand hu boert oovered by a necktie.
And yet men go on wearing shirts with
fronts down to tho waist starched and
ironed UU they're u atllf u a boUer
plate, and tbey pay every week tor getting two or three of the** things ear*.
fully potohod.
, £fA man might **wa- bar* th* baok
ot hi* v*_t lauddrted every w«ek."-{To-
■ei»
Tta-_-l-lel-_gMsat_e> .
Inatdnee* have of late year* keen frequent what* th* work of an entire
Spring, and consequently the fruits of a
year's toll and ear*, have been rendered
nugatory snd destroyed by ono week'*
work uf tho doxa.
On th* eattle ranges, toe, they in
t. a qowboy riding swiftly
to Me JutM--,rL-
_   ---..—' Into a prBrlo dog hole.
Bomano* tad Mntlment find am*U
sympathy when ouposcd to utility and
psqneea. and WaaMogloa Irvlng'a
pr-He*«g. oust follow Oo.-pw'. In_l-
ana.—[Oheyenn* (Wyoming) Euader.
' ' | -Jr ' '   '-. . .iti*   ■'   ".       ',
Charles Lerab'e rebuke tot man whs
by aelf-****rtlea pronounool blionlf devoid bl any p*m_U*tlty ought not to ta
" Wh-whlehiband do yon b-b-blow yout
n-n-noae with!" Innulrwl I-amb.
., _.'j_jftmy,rirttband, tobsalir*."
■ ,','** MT inUU limi, poMivtily, "tlmfa
yWr-.po.p*-piteullarlti>-. 1 b-b W\v ralno
•Ith my naadk_Nlilel."-|0hamb«ra'a
-D-IW.I	
The followln* Business Directory relates
only to persons whoso advertisements ap*
pear In the Daily Columbian. It has
been found true, as a rule, that persons
who advertise liberally are liberal ln tbelr
dealings, and many persons make tt a
rule to Rive preference In tlieir dealings to
those establishments, wlileli advertise
freely- The following list Is arranged nl-
phabetlcallyi   .__„„
T. C. Atkinson ColumblaSt
Vf. Norman Bole.. coliiniliiagt
Corbould A MoColl McKensle Bt
Branch Ofllce at Vancouver.
MEDICAL.
Dr. H. H. Cooper. Cbureh St
Dr. J. O. Hen-erson Clillllwhaek, B. V.
Dr. f. H. McLean MeKensle St
Dr. DeWolfe Smith Clarkson St
mSUBANCB.
Vf. 3. Armstrong [lire] Court House
II. V.Kdmonds".;........... McKensle Bt
W.D, Kerrls [life * accident] r*enl»St
T. B. Pearson [lln 4 life Columbia st
Rand Bros. [rireAllle]. MoKensle St
Branch Offices at Vancouver A Vio.
Tnrnarjleeton ACo. Iflre] Victoria
Woods.Tumer* Gamble
[Bre, life * uceldonl] ColumbieSt
BKAL  BSTATIS AOBNCIBS.
W.N. Bole ColumblaSt
Corbould A McColl..- McKensle St
H. V. Edmonds McKensle St
W.D. Ferris Ferris St
Capt. Pittendrigli McKenale St
Band Bros MoKensle st
Wm. Shannon Vancouver
Woods, Turner A Gamble Columbia Bt
ABCHITBOT, Ae.
C. H. Clow. Clinton St
G. W. Grant, McKensle St
CONTRACTORS A R.1I.UBRS.
,: Ackerman Bros New Westminster
AUCTIONEERS.
H. N. Rioh ......Ladner's
T. J. Trapp., Columbia St
AOENTS FOR MACHINERY,«...
Fraser A Leonard Vanconver
F. Welcome McCnuly McKensle St
MUSICAL INSTRUMENT*.
John Adams Vanoouver
T. R. Pearson Columblu St
PRINTING * RULING.
The Columbian steam Printing Establishment....*. - Coiumbin St
STOVES * TINWARE.
H. M. Cunningham A Co Columbia St
OA* FITTINGS.
n. M. Cunningham A Co. Columbia St
■■WINO MAOHINE*.'
O. J. Robson. .ColumblaSt
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
W. R. Austin ........Front St
C. G. Major Columbia St
Wm. McColl Columbia SI
C. MoDonough Front St
DRY GOOD*.
Bon Marohe. ColumblaSt
D. Drysdale A Co Columbia Bt
Jas, Ellard ACo Columbia HI
Ogle, Campbell A Co Columbia St
Wm. Rae falobe Housel Columbia st
DRBHMAKING.
Bon Maiehe. Colnmbia st
Jaa. Ellard A Co Columbia st
Misses MeDongall Columbia st
FURNITURE.
W. Prothero .Columblast
Wintemute, Culblck A Co Columblast
WOOD * COAL.
Henry Elliott [Order, left at W. McColl's]
DRUGS, die.
D. 8. Curtis A Co,... ColumblaSt
A. Peele....... Columbia St
DUTCHERI.
Robt. Dickinson Colnmbia Bt
WATCI1MAKE11S * JEWELER*
■Tckako..™....... Columbia st
T. ICaky......... Colnmbia Bt
C. M. MoNaughton ColumblaSt
■LACK8MITHINO  *   CARRIAGE
WORKS.
'TKoli. Oveu - Columbia 8t
Reid A Currie Columbia St
HOTEL*.
Farmers Home [Holden] Church Bt
Tbe Clarence [Richards] Victoria
RESTAURANT*.
Mm. Jennie MoNcll Front st
PAINTERS,  die.
Chas. Murray - Clarkson Ht
BOOT* A SHOES.
G. H. Grant A Co .ColumblaSt
H.Kell. ..Co umbos'
Wm. Rom. Columbia St
TAILOR*.
D. Drysdale A Co. .Columbia St
Thoa. Walsh .Columbia St
BAKERY.
A. Diebel Front St
NURSERIES.
G. W. Henry. Port Hammond
E. Hutohersou - .....Ladners
FANCY POULTRY, *e.
Jno. 8. Cox. _, Royal Avenue
MONUMENTAL.
Alex. Hamilton ....churchst
Budge A Monck New Westminster
TO ApEflT?
last, Toronto, get up the Neatest ana
most Complete and Best Selling Needle
Package in Ameilca, Send 2» Gents for
Sample of New No. 4, finished In Flue
Plush. Particulars sent when stamps ure
TueCaxa-
uiak Nkk-
IILR Co., .rt &
l_ Front St.
e Neatest and
enclosed for reply.
Don't worry if yon are out of cmniiy-
meat. Write to Mr. Kownv,.lWellington Street Enst, Toronto. Bend slumps
for reply. dwmyl-inli
NOTICE.
tbe
OTIOE IRURUKBY OIVEN THAI (10
dun After Unto I Intend to upply lo
.... Chief CuinmlMloiier nt I_i.iu.i- mul
Work. to purcliKHO .So wten of Intui on
Teindn Iilnntl.N ew WcMnilnv t«r Dlmiit-t,
described iw folliiwui
ConimenoloK at the 8. E. corner of tlto
S.W H of Hit. S; thenen EiMtMuhnlni*;
themie Nortii Wl ohllMJ Ihenee WektMl
clmlns: tlienei Koutli 411 cIiiiIiir. ihetuiu
Eiiet Welmlni!} thenee Houth WelutliiBio
polnl of cuinineneeiiiont,
KOBT, E. JACKSON.
Victoria, a C., April 82,1887.    d»n2..ni2
Woods, Turner Ss Ham'ble
UND SURVEYORS,
Estate, Insurance and
Flre, Lire. Accident t,
Insurance.
Marine
Dominion Express Comp'y, Id.
laitera Caaadlaa  and Xnt*»
notiglit ami Sold.
UOLOM'dA STREET,
Telephone as.      mr vrMTMMaf _«.
Dress-Makii
Misses McDOUC
COtOMBIA   STRBE
New Westminster,
ear Satisfaction guaranteed.
I
-fcTQTXC__
OTIOE IS HEREBY 01VI
we have applied to tbe tt
lie Interior for a license to cut <
.lie following descrihed lands, I
the district lif New Westmlnstei
viuce of British Columbia;
The North-east 10 'acres or r
Township (I), one*.
Tlie North IW-u*re.of Rwclmi
ship [7], seven, in .Group.One,
Tha South-east 60 acres of ami I
ated in section 11, Township I
ROYATj CITV PL VNINO Ml
(Llmll
JOHN HENDRY
NewWestminster, B. _., April
'f   duptflml
what nnmm %tt mm
STARR KIDNEY
"Treatment by Absorption hu
time been reoogotied byMedl
be tbe moit simple and effect
of conveying to Dhwaiied Oip
tlvcs," bnt in «wm of Kidney I
Complaints attenilnut thereon,
treatment wns practicably Imp
MI the lntrodnetloii of theSU
Pad, It costs lees than a slngl
tion and Is Immeasurably tm
and effective than any quantity
Medicinal dosing. Worn lmmed
thosentof DlHease.ltn curative
become absorbed ■ *ny the dlseai
feebled Organs, oontlnuonsly ai
nn required to Inmire In return
thy action and original vigour,
fortable to tbe patient nnil'pl«
eflbtttii, and en res when nott-ln
The Starr Ktdney Pad aecomp
tlve, decisive result*. A mnr
discovery ae; a true remedy t
Dlseaaes was never made.—Med
Tke Marr Kidney md, ma
In Toronto, Is a permanent si
diseases, Ulsonlers and nllme
Kidneys, Bladder aud urlnar,
system, or attendant eoinplalt
pnin In tbe small of the bark
J traducing urinary dlaotders,!
i equent, scanty, difficult; pnin
ous micturition. Inability of ret
sedimentary urine, dropsical
oto..donotlng theprcseuCelu
of disease-- common totheurl
tlve organa—known as gravel
the bladder and passages, Brlgl
diabetes, dropsy, piles, nervo
etc Bend for pnmphletto.LJ
CO., Wholesale Axente, Vlptor
od by A. M. HEllltlNG and D.
A OD., New Westminster; T
LEY, Ladner's Landing H.H
ACO*. HASTINGS SAW MIL!
VANOOUVER DRUG CO., '
CO., Kamloops.
TEST! MON
Vancouver, iUrd Jui
MR, a. ROBERTSON,
Vancouver:
Representing Ooidle A Mel
Sib.—We the undersigned )
nested tbe terrible flrewhlob i
existence the young oity of
on the 18th Inst, have, after
amlned the safes sold by yc
which were put to the mnst
having been anrrounded byli
ties of lard and bacon, and we
to testify to thn remarkable
which everyBafo sold by yo
its content*, not only hooks i
but nlso thousands of dollai
money wero taken out fn ne
tion. Wo can, therefore, witl
est confidence, recommend th
oughly flre proof.
L. A. Hamilton, for the Cana
Railway Company: M. A
Mayor; John J. Blake, Stlpi
glstrate; | lUob'd. Alexander
the Peace; John Boultbee,-*.
trate, City of Vanoouver; Tlw
Justice of the Peace; Isaac,
Edward E, Rand, Real Est
R. Balfonr, Alderman; Jol
Real Estate Broker: Plthei
n?w^*ii3Ba_r-
to Vancouver and English
Innea A Co., Real Estate Bro
Rons, Real Eatate Broker;
Spinks, Real Estate Broken
gnson.Mtr.aaP. Mills..
THE BRITISH COUN
Printing  Con
<i_xa__-__na.)
ONTHKIOTHOFJANU
the CoiMBiAK New
Printing Concern waa pare
joint stook company compoae
cf New WcstmlnsUr, to be k
"llrltlsh Colambian Fit
Limited." Tke concern hi
nearly a yew owned and cc
the Britisli Columbia Stat
Printing Company, of New \)
Victoria and Vanconver. II
tlio new company b to oontla
lication ol tlie BuriaB Coin
paper ami carry en a general |
puiili-liiny concern, controtlei
tlio™ « hose individual Intel.
to promote the development
of the Mainland. Thar.
slucltoning of th. energy 1
played In the management el
lishment, and ita patrena ma;
receiving (nll value (er tt
The Columbus will conttuu
tiroly Independent in both D
provinoial politic.,, and will i
to the atlvsnoement'ef ffach
may lie conriilerod In tke pul
Thc concern i. now entirely a
any other business, the
stationery establishment tl
having men taken over by
Pearson, who will continue t
in his owu name and (or his
It I. desirable that a dally
ahould be maintained in th
th. new company aska (or pi
age on the ground (hat It li
an enterprise calculated' to :
public welfare. It ask. tk
umbia_ bs Judged oa Ita ewi
supported only ao long a.
enoonslstt with ita prefesslei
sequence ef thia baalnaea ek
cennts du. the concern mui
without delay >o tha* the t
former company any ke a
closed. Address all commui
remlttauoes te
D.ROBSO
New Wsalmlnster, .la», M, [jphiaslM-j %mVJm"1hr~~ tor
_s_»aa opoued at Victoria
Phis new conference be-
at__afciom_a and ntiaaiona, 23
ind
[138
illowiiiK -statistics of the
arch in Canada: Minis-
.rubationei., 1010; local'
*_i«rt«»u26-2 ; teadera.
•ass- tssa:
vaTao of church
l,895,04_; In Ontario,
a t__u». prourea. oC-S^thod-
lw -M_0-t__ird of sts entire
_T Method ist-. Rev. Dr.
a oi thc aeniral auperin-
__li«nd. __-«•.. E. K-obsoo
president of the confer-
-^-.-^ -Tell seoretary, and
•yant .7 sreneral seoretary.
tea reported transfers of
,. Wsdhtms, Turner and
ttasteru "conferences  to
__a*a request to withdraw
lerence for the purpose of
> Reformed        Episcopal
ranted.
Personal.
Downie   came    in on the
■ac-jay.
injc? were among   the   pan-.
_-_■.   Voaemito to-da»^JVIr.';
i'onald,' Mr. and
ha,- Mrs. Nokea, C. R.
Wadhsihs, J. O. McLeod,
*r__ntr» McTiernan, T. C.
%.. Stephens-, A. McKay,
sransrs Home; Donald
j River; Alias Stephens,.
_eo. ' Eaatman, Victoria;
tclnnia, Surrey; Duncan
Veatham Island; Thomas
Qrore; Mra. Rowling,
A.. McHenry, Vancouver;
phenaon, Orkney Isles;
D, Scotland ;W. J. Isaacs,
S -Apostle Tenaa, Richard
eyj      Johnson       Olanrill,
•raring; -arrived    from :up-
vith the following passen-
• Robertson,    B.. D.raer*
s, Mrs.   M.     Harrison, E.
O.      Henderaon,    JT.    C.
B_   Wade, H.  Edwards, Z.
Nicholson, Jno. Long, P.
Lord,      R.     Williams,   M.
wife,      __-,.    .T.     Bovill, A.
Pappey, J. -Melrose, J.
Volfenden,     Wm.    Sloan,
iughea, A.  Donzoil, SY. T.
sDonald,     A.. I.. Townae,
axad others. a
lay i-onactk
held   on
ie_e -wit- present
> -t-bto* Major and-Conns.
id,  .Tnqiies, Curtis, .Shiles,
e     committee   presented a
, complaint of  Supt. Roy*
Ag-a»n .Taclcson, keeper of
iutd Constable Me Jirooni,
,fg' that they be -dismianed:
ttec also recommended
rient of John Devlin as
ce,* police 'court clerk, and
ear. at a salary of £76 per
ths appointuieut of John
instable ih place of Mc-
_> report was adapted,
lered that at ne-_t meeting
a sa. i liau of those who have
.. faaad a trading license bo
» tlie council. Also,' that
ominittee appoint a collee-
of jj$_00 -was voted to the
lief fund, and os__ared to
■■ogmW/fanyin,
iiiKl clerk
*J»_J mayoranaFwimeil oi
'We desire, on behalf of
s of our city, to tender to
land thc residents of Na*
deepest sympathy in thia
ereavement occasioned by
—— , cala-rj.ity in -the ,Van-
Onr words are but a
of. th.e feelings sf this
realize _____T _t»> that
ar death haa visited with.
erity So ismny dependent
taslcicafg away theia* protec-
fratrtt. We a__k 3, <iu", thci-e-
Wfttrjf to your people an ex*
our siocctvat aympathy,
arsnes that their distress
heart of every member of
ity; and we trust that such
ws can render may be ac*
aean as a proof 'of the con-
tlnnr frTendly feeling" which
tensed qui* intercoursu
;,-     T.
isbs_go3«_e Invaliijs suffering
erf the blood',* bfliotis suffer-
m. >_i__aa- c_ii c-elatipss is deprav-
_> -%-_*_fe«a« delay JTo-rihrop
rgotsblc Diacovery and T>y _-
tfae oalebtated blood puri-
in_aalatss direction, increases
properties of the l.lnxx., and
itiea from the system.
s.,-^trmnmv,.——Cart yeu tell me
lamps 'above Agnes street
a lighted for some tim* past.
iow —rhy tbe iaUiabitants of
bhe oity ahould be deprived'
these dark nights','
there are few sidewalks
sot. Ts_.-__.■_■■_ the
J-ted
»   ■"   ™
ear for gas.f
   _       _   may be able
t on the subject.
.Truck's WjIBD.
dj-ysaao.  and
_«_.:   who   witnessed
X»r. Themas' Bcleo-
>- pain- immediate-,
is* daVM' Warn wosind •wns com-
Gmm-
li_ght a
TRIAl 0F_8HEARER.
■■tem\*__**wmwm<9mni
the crime...   0
No Posl tire Evidence as to tbe Prl-
.ijoei ••™»*,» f■_*_*••*-»••. .* i
;   ,     ,!.--.-   ■,■•   Thursday, 8p;m.
Dr. McLean, sws>ru,"' s^id: "Iaaw
.the. prisoner this morning in the lockup, ii He nppesr-.il to have -clonic
spasms, a series of muscular contrnc
tions- This ia a symptom of epilepsy.
Tho pupil of - his eye was' io a healthy
condition, which is contrary to epilepsy. Persons wlio. manifest these
symptoms may bo insane. Epileptio
insanity mny bo of a very dangeroua
character. -A mania may alternate
with a. lit.. The eye is always diluted
and e&pandcd during epilepsy. 1
agree with the conclusion of Pr.
Cooper' that the prisoner urna feigning
these fits. Thoro is always an expansion suid dilation of the pupil of tho
eye ill epilepsy. The prisoner's eye
was in its normal condition. Clonic
spasm may be easily feigned. Hysteria
or great tear might produce this appa-
rj„tfi|?_rf*_W__-______J."
The   tiat* witness eaUM,v
Ibsft-"MRivcsuitiSn v_H_ I
I*. __..-_--£% swotn, «*__. "I .
the prisoner in a series of epasins in
the lockup this morning. He seemed
to be undergoing ' olonio 'spasms, although many of the essential symptoms
were wanting. He had no dilation of
"the pupil of the ej?_;-ir'nt.'iHtiJISlt.ve
and livid appearance of faco nnd lips.
The prisoner was-conscious during this
fit. . On Saturday last Dr. McLean
and I went to tho new jail and had a
conversation with the prisoner. He
gave us a narrative of , his life during
the last two or three years) It waa a
straightforward story.    He said
HB WAS BOKN IN PEOTI_Yi.vAj.IA.
I asked liim why he went from one
place to another and he answered that
ho thought the people were doan upon
him wherever he went. He had boen
in Mexico 'he said, and, whilo there,
was contented,, except that ho could
not understand the language! - After a
while some American people came
there and persecuted him.-'.'
■Dr. Trew, sworn, said: "Ihsve'ex--
amined the prisoner and conversed
with him and I have- concluded be was.
insane. I questioned him as to where
he lived and he answered in an intelli-
t_nt manner. He' told -me ho lived nil
emiahmoo. He left, there becauso;
tlio people were down upon him nnd.
determined to do hiin harm. While
lying in his bunk one night at Seniiuh-
moo he heard people plotting against
him. Oil this account ho loft the
neighborhood. -He then described his
wanderings through the various states,
saying that wherever he went people
were down upon him. He ssenied to
be in' continual fear of these men.
When in Mexico he was contented
enough except When tho wliite people
were near Mi*. - 1 saw hiin this morning in the lockup in convulsions, which
I think was an epileptiform seizure.
Those flfa aver-f* frequently accompany
insanity and melancholia. The approach of the disease ie insidious. It
J-egins with hallucinations, which turn
to delusiofs. -.There is, .depression,
imtSk mental sad phyriod. Thlain-
-_____;y STSeqcfcnUy of STuioidal nature. People in this atate of mind are
not responsible for their actions.
■f - y .■rc>-,B__-r;»-1 rj»ocBEpiNq_.
Court opened this morning at 10 0'-
;k. The (ixtk witness called, was
rn,
die
prisoner on Wednesdayiast in the old
jail. I think his mental faculties are
■ot what they uught to be from the
irianner in which no talked to me. . I
saw the prisoner-again yesterday morning, "lying on the floor in the lockup,
lUgnulai^was&iB.' I
ipti-
nd-thifilr he IS salbject
to these seizures. Insanity and epilepsy frequently co-exist in the samo
person, or insanity in the parent miu
manifest itself as epilepsy in the child.
or conversely. Epilepsy may terminate
in insanity., The symptoms exhibited
W***^^*!*!!,, irresponsible maniac. T think the prisoner is irresponsible for the crime.
My opinion is formed on v.lintThave
heard and what I know of the priainier.
X' don't think this was tha-first,
fife        the .   priaener       had. Tlie
prisoner exhibited confusion when recovering. Further observation would
be necessary .to enable me to tell whs*
ther the prisoner is insane or not. If,
by further examinnttori bf the priuoncr,
my opinion that lie is insane wu confirmed, I would tut think ths prisoner
was responsible for the commission of
the deed. If the tit was n veiy mild
one it would not'affect ine pulse. I
can't  suy   whether prisoner's* appear-
_S£f* y,isiistmtiBtS: of!«_ nSiiptib
subject or not."
Dr. dehtlfey.'sworn, snid: "I um
medical superintendent of the insane
dw last-1 went to-
t&MIM-r- Dr:
nnes and Dr. McLean were there
also. ' I put some questions -to hini and
lie seemed td take no interest in tlie
examination. He related. hia.wanderings about from one town to another:
In answer to tho queation as to why he
wandered 'from placo to place he-mid
ho was not at liberty to tell. The reason that he wandered from plnco to
Slaco was a fear that people wuuld take
is character away. To tl|0 question
as how  people in a new  place knew
^h_^^^leS,'ph*?Brtt^,t,U,t
- Mr. Atkinson—''Cram what yon
saw of. the urisonw: imd what j'uu
know do you think 1 a f urtjier eianima*
A|Qn 1\GC6_jB0.1TV s**
Dr. t.ehtley--'* _'-h'fhk So decidedly.
I have hoard the evidrfnea of the other
doctors. Thor* ta a differenCubtttWeetv
epileptiform seieur* and. ah spsleptio
fit." ^nrvoCI 'jn.    l.u.
i>_i
aeisure V
'■*___*.-rB_«a_y-^'l_totat-_ll.*atWrobld'
require mere •x__nhu_tioi> thsn.1' h_d
yesterday to nsenUin whethor prison-1
er's   fit   was   shamming or real.    An
1 spsleptiR . iusans -{sesem. ottos »liowa.
epUi-pMiunn aeiasMS. - .1* kaus-io my
-ehnrnav ii^_wit-ontwiio-as»tlissseuilepti-
fnrw sshmwst usasy day sad -has ni
dilated   pupila  a* pallid or livid face.
-i^!*«'-4^iej|tt
There is a grave doubt in my mind as
to whether the prisoner was sane at
the commission of the crime. Prisoner
may be mufrar insano. Persons affect-
ced with epfleptlve insanity frequently
commit crimes, either suicide or homicide. One of theso fits might explode
itself In a murder.' The impulse to do
violence might come on two or thfee'
days after the fit. A penon may have
epileptio fits and still not be insane."
Mr. Atkinson here quotes from
Qusynes Dictionary of Medicine on
epileptic insanity.
Dr. Bentley—Thc violent impulse
to kill may oome on previous or subsequent to the clonic spasm. An epileptiform seizure is another form that
the disenso sometimes assumes. There
are Bonis medical tests to doteot shamming. There were none of these tests
applied yeaterday. A aubject nf epileptic insanity might nut be unconscious of committing crime but he
wpuld be ignorant that he was doing
wrongs Revenge would be a substantial motive for the crime. If thero
was s motive discovered it would greatly iafiuouco iny opinion that he was
'inne. (To (he jury)--A melancholy
maniao .nuy kill a man undor a dclu-
eion, and lie ia not une at intervals.
(To hia lordship)-Tho prisoner may
either be a subject of melancholia or
elte Is well feigning it. I have no
reason to believe the prisoner is feigning."     --■■
Dr. Smith, recalled: "During my
conversation with the prisoner on
Wednesday he told 1110 nbout his hearing two men planning to do him injury nt Semiahmoo. Wherever he
went' people were against him. He
seemed to1 think that everybody on tho
stroot waa talking about him in a scornful manner. He heard people say they
would alibot hiri. '. Wherever lie was
he uaed to keep in his room on this account. People were continually trying
to ruin him.
* Dr. Cooper recalled: "I asked the
prisoner Several questions yesterday.
I asked him if he had ever had a ht
before. He answered he had novor
felt that way before. The answer lie
gave ine leads me tn suppose ho was
not suffering from any .aberration of
mind. When I lint saw him I tested
the sensibility of the prisoner. I attempted to put.my finger on his eyeball and be turned hia head awny, I
put my ear to hia aide to see if thero
was any excitement of the hcort and
found none. Self-cohsciouBnoss involves moral responsibility. It may
be possible but not probable that further examination of the prisoner would
lead to believe ho Iras insane.
Dr. McLean: "I think the prisoner
ia a sans man. I believe the prison-
e.'Cfit| tie feigned. These symptoms
ate' nlwaje essential to an epileptic attack: spasms, dilated oyes and uuenn-
sciouaness. I mode a thorough examination of the prisoner and found the
symptoms- absent and am satisfied it
was not an epileptiform seizure. The
prisoner could not have had tlio severe
apoaiua hb appeared to liave yesterday
and remain conscious.. From the appearance of the prisoner thero is no
sign or symptom of the dist'aao uf the
brain."      -,
Mr. Atkinson: "Have you had much
experience in brain diseases)"
Dr. McLean:  "Yea, considerable."
Mr. Atkinson: "Well, then, British
Columbia will be a good field for you."
Dr. McLean: "I'm sure of it."
Mr. Atkinaon: "I hope your fees
are not high)"
Dr. McLean: "Your cose will bo
low."    ::..'
A S-RPEISB FOR THB DEFF.N-K.
Dan Barlow, sworn, said: "I am a
ferryman from the boundary line to
Semiahmoo. 1 know the prisoner,
William-Shearer, or commniily known
sa, '•Buffalo Bill." I knew him at
Murnu'e-,logging camp about twenty-
two montha ago 1 The prisoner never
had fits, t remember whon he loft
Murne'*employ, Murno Bottled with
him and tliere was 88 short Prisoner
mot Murne at Campbell creok."     "
Mr. Atkinson here objects to this
testimony being put iu as it is rebuttal
evidence. Mr..' Bole expluins that the
witness' evidence would show premedi-
tstiui 0» I th* part. of tho prisoner to
kill'Murne some time ago.
Mr. Atkinson insists, ou his obiec-
•iSOmOvJ    ,;.   ■''■:■ .■
r. Bole: "Well; he's your witness."
Dan Barlow, cross examined: "I
live nt the 'iron post,' near the boundary. ' line. I saw the prisoner nbout
two yeara a. 0 iu Mtiruo's logging camp.
He wua a. good worker. He used to
often come to my house on Sunday.
The logging ciiiup men often Used to
bo St iny Iiouse. I hsve often seen
tho priaoncr at work, I saw him onco.
with ether men on a bis nn of logs on
Campbell creek. 1 don't know why
they called him "Buffalo Bill." H«
told nn*. one day hb wns going to Alaska when ho was going away. I hold
nl> conversation with him as to where
lie would go. He waa never sick or
ill to my knowledge. 1 know all about
Ilia settlement witli Murne."
,1 A juror: "Do you know if thero
wna any dispute between Murno and
tlie prisoner at the limb of the settlement!"     ' ■' *"'
His Lordship: "You had belter not
ask that question, gentlemen. If yuu
do I shall hut. to refer Ihe point to a
liiultcr qoijr:."
Tlio .witness was then discharged
without informing the curt ns to
whether or not the pristine, had hail a
dispute' with Murne at the time uf
tlieir s»tlleiiiein. From information,
gained without,. the oourt it ia ascertained that Murne apd the prisoner
had a dispute si their settlement. The
prisoner claimed 88 which Murno refused to': give' him. Shearer then
swore he would 'kill Murne if "he
ever got t'10 chance." The crown
have ample testimony tu provo thia
circumstance, but-hia lordship has
deeqied it best not to allow tha witnesses to assert this, as Mr. Atkinson
has' closed tho case (or the defence, and
this forms no rebuttal evidence.
- Th* cane will probably be finished
this evtniii_. 1.1   :
SSSssflBr
WANTED.
VOIW-OIKI, TO DO LIGHT H0U8K
I    work. Apply at one ami a-half stnrjr
Home, "earner of Agnes and Douglas
Htf-ets,,,,,, , „„       amj'l_l:i
1'- »--
Ll.ii
NOTICE.
%wmtmi,,<y.'%!$$&nln.i*r;
Piano Tuning.
Mll.O. II. uilOUWI.V, OK VICTOIUA,
will visit Sew Westminster shortly,
1 fow ilnys.  Ordi'i-s fur tuning may be
left nt Lyul'-i Dookstore.
dll|i20l. GOODWIN A JOltDAN.
ar
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Draft Found.
FOUND IN TH.H CITY. A DRAFT
on «n OnturIn Dank. Tlio owner Ih
requested tn provo property imd poy
cJnjrses.  Applv ut lln* store of
dm.vote
OkAS. M6D0N0U0H,
- Front. Street.
County Court
■VfOTICK IH HEREBY GIVEN THAT
i\   Ihe County Court set for Wednesday
tlio Ilili Mny, Us?, will lie postponed to
Wf-dncsdiiy llio 1st day of Juno, 1887.
By Oilier,
dmyiiwl E. A. JPJNNS, R. C. a
B. C. Monumental Works
CHURCH    STl-KET.
ARDLE AND GRANITE WORK of
 nil kliulK,   Cull und Inspect beforo
pntrnnlKlnK ISlnnd rniplmt.  I leave my
work to spetik fur Itself.  N, U.—\m np-
firentlccK cmployril.
dwnplllte    •       AI_EX. HAMILTON.
M
Cheap for Cash.
»f H. ANDREW I-EAMY.*HOUOITOH,
1VJ MoKen/t(- Kt., Is ntitliorlited lo nellm
Farm of HIO neren for SH.iHrJ. Tij) lUill In
the very best lu tbe province imd the fnrm
Ib cut In two bythe Nlcoineltl river,In
which there is a. novor. fulling supply of
trout. There Is an oivhiinl, uood Iioui-e
aud barn aud '_..* neres lu ilinotiiy. There
are n sohool house nml church with In a
mile of tho fnrm nml the road*, are tn
prime condition. dwnp2T.ini
In the matter ef the IMntv  of J. K.
Murne, dec* niic.1 ln_v«1ntr.
Lh SUMS DUE THE EST ATI- OF
tho Into J, l'_, Murne must bo paid to
-.... undemlRncd forthwith; and ull persons hnving cIiiIium m;nli.Ht the suld Estate must fend In tlu-lr ueeounts, duly
verified, to tho umlcisinned nt Now We«t-
mltisterouor before the 7th dayof July.
A. D. 18-7.
Pitted at Now We .tminster the7th Mny;
A. D. 1887. K.A.-JKHK-I.I* '
dmy7m2 Adininlstralor.
the i
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870,
Lot No. HI, tin-tip I, Kew HestiulHter
District.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OP
Title of James Charles Provost to
tho nbovo lot has been lost or ilenti*oyed
and npplieuttt.il hus beon mndo foru duplicate thereof; not let' in therefore hereby
f;lvon tliat a frosh Certlfleiue of Tli le will
to Issuod In lieu of thnt so lost or destroyed. In one month from tho date hereof.
U, W. ARMSTRONG,
" Deputy Itegl-ilrnr.
Iiiiiitl Registry Offlco, ■
New We.stmliu.tii-.J-th May,ISS7.
 tliny5ii_l ■ ■    Wl
Delta Stock Yard
LADNER'S LANDING.
NOTICE of SALE
75 Head of Cattle,
8 Work Horses, 4 Marcs In foal, 1
Volt, and nn nssorlnioul of Agricultural Macliliirn,  In*
eluding t BclMlliid-rR,
'. Wagons. ie„ and
Set of Durness.
TT   N. MOII HAS   11KCK1VED 1N-
II,  strnetloiin ti* iiuilmlc Mtr aliove In
his HiilonMho Delhi Sim-It Yiinl nn Wnt.
ni'Miliiy. .lun. Hlh, ihu?.
ear l*.ittlior cnltlfis iife Hollellcil,',;
_   ll-lliylllll'   :  ;'l\ '-;'■
Auction Sale
RE BRIDGE ESTATE.
J Jt, ORDER OF THK ADMINISTRA-
5 ,oroftheabove'R*tal(i,IiMHI self by
limits Auotion, on the pri-mlnes, vin.:—
I_ot_r.l,Omup I, North shore of llurrard
Inlot, opposite tho City of Vnncouver, on I
Monday the lethlhst..
AT 1_ D'OCOOk NOON:
1 yoke 0>», I Willi, mill, -'
4 llllfhl'.i-T.Arnlifj,
a rows la fair,
I n-rrar-aMII-lftmi, l lul'.lr,
4 --ynar-nld Hi'in-ri,
I li-year-old Hl.rr, _
^'••'•"l* *'•*... •.!(<;¥.!'W*.«,'l ■
Also, laat nml ci qtlillitlly ol HnnstlloM
Furnllnrp.
Terms mate known liefnrp the snlo commences.
mt\
NEW OOOII8
'■-Tracf -. iw toeil'il
We have just Received ao|
Week large shipments of New
Goods, assorted as fpilpws
Fancy Dress Goods,
Black Dress Gpods,
Dress Trimmings & Lining?
Printed Cottons&GingEms"
Dress Muslins &Uqiigi»
Black Silks & Satins.  '-;:::/.,- iS^W^i
Lace Curtains & Counterpanes,
Table Linens, -tanking*
Kid tiloves. Corsets ft,i_tiri_m^_S»..-
Embroiderles, Laces A Edgings.
Collars, Cnffs& Handk'ch'fs
riolhlim, nnls, nml Hen's Fnmlshlng Coodt, "'■•■■■"»'
,     Carpets, Unolenms, Oil Cloths iumI Mats.
ALL OFFERED AT VERY OLOSI PRIOIS. isf^dntTi^A*.
April2,1887'     ■ 1_ Oolumbift St., New WeetminBteiv.-   -
,!■'■' *-*' r. ■■■   li'tyfV^
ilmyfitd
I     A. M, RKATl'lB,
Auctioneer. <
JUBILEE YEAR 1887.
Just received in our Millinery aad threw*,
Department, the Newest Designs from London Direct, consisting of .;,;.'!
NOVELTIES.NHATfe^
The Battenberg, Lady Churchill, Queen's Jubilee, NQffi.ll., qftlndqs,.,
Rutland, Sufficld, Pagoda, Marchioness, Elleft Terry, Purl, new
and striking Sailor Hats and Boating, Picnic and Sun Hats in
numerous varieties. ,        'bSb-SjIS '.,
ROBE OOSTWMii
. "■'Hi.u.l...!
Silks and Striped Satins.    Aigrettes, Ornaments, Plume* and
Trimmings of all descriptions.   _   .:' ''JJ"J.,jJ' TJJJ. J,J"J',„J,y
Great additions have
every Department, including
ilwapfllo
been made to our usual heavy Stoflk, jn
ing Men's Clothing and Furnishing.      -
JAMES ELl__ARIXrDC.i;'"
••HP '
H.M.CUNNI
tmtm oo tanTiWoa^ box -nflm*
,'ji.*tv /-n wen fttyh 1DO.,#tli wW
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.li-ifiiKt i.'?l. buldsi nin'J
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W.PROTHERO & CO.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
Ai,l. kinds Ov FURNrnjRR
REMOVED
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