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 uti u a a of
gujltj fritoh Columbian
the ynguishc^ per-
aons who bave^-ited th«K_eri*
exhibitfon -Yiow being held tn
London aro the Prince of Walea
•nd Mr. and Mra. Gladatone. Both
were highly delighted with the show,
•_?_" _.-'*'■*•_« _{^.,?,P',<>"
vided   afterward.   Mr.   Gladatone
which wwntir "Ood AlalgUy made
KngUahmen and Americana kinimeh,
and -MgP-Ught to tare __*«_■»_ for
one another. If tttj Sui not, h»-
«_aniM"*i*M »y shammpttn them.
I rejoM that the <___dt ,whi_h once
obeoor-d oir' mtittol vision have
almoat vanished from qur political
akiea, anil ihat the futuro is as
.right a«sd promising as the warmoat*
hearted among qi-.did-eaire." In
then wordi'Mri Gladatone expreaaed
the sentiment of th, liation.
We , die glad to aee that the people of the city are beooming alive
to the obligation which rents upon
them to aid the Nanaimo auSsrers.
In addition ae lb« citf couttJi. a contribution of 1400, the penitentiary
oflloiele have made Up J72.50, the
Hyack Fire C* $100, and the general poWiB sabaariptiou amotiirta to
orer $600. Besides thia tin Boyal
Oity Riming Mills and: logging
camp-are preparing a |i|ber»l stsh-
*^w_i»fj II'-t**. > iJ*
not be .lew than fuQO. ^proceeds
of Tueeday'a concert and the Sunday aubacriptions in the churches,
together with the publio sub-crip-
tiona, will certainty awcll the whole
lUt to |8,Q0_. It ia to hoped the
mal diatriute wiU not be behind
with thrnr ofcrt. Nanaimo will
need aH Ae oan get from all sources.
There ara many rumors of rail
way pnjeota now circulating about
tha eouad. Schemes are plentiful,
bat the lack of capital saema to be
the insuperable difficulty in the way
of their aoo-mpHshment. Tester-
day wa referred toa report in the
Seattle Peel that Senator Oanfield
had nfcaed #71.000 for his railway
oharter to the boundary of this pro-
vlnoe. Later advices froin across
tha Una stem to indicate that it ia
doubtful if evor the senator bad.
auoh an offer at all. There is a
donbt aa to whether his charter.
gives him any exclusive rights on
the route, and it is intimated that
at least one company is ready to
comment* tt once the construction'
of a parallel line. Senator Oanfield
nay possibly be endeavoring to boom
hia own franchiae, or he may not
Wa hope at least that among all the:
proposals a read will be speedily
built, and' that no obstacle will be
plaoed in t|ie way of the connection
projected between this city and the
railway .system of the sound,
situated with respeot to this question. It had no rights before the
existence  bf  tlie monopoly clause,
it Wtish. Columbia add Mnnitd"
Th-se  rights," whicli   wj
'ViarsuiSnileMjre what we j
nmwm fie^ovto-nii**-.-
must grant' before many years at
least. Disallowance in the Northwest rests upon the Canadian gov*
ernment as an obligation, but as far
as the provinces are concerned it is
merely a matter of polio;
mam^i
O ROOMED HOUSE ON AGNES STR'T,
;0 Rent-,16 per month. Applyto
dmjtUto       HENHY V. EDMONDS.
-•WIS HEREBY GIVEN-THATll
tho Partnership of Climi. Sooiik und-
Tlno, doing business nt Chilli-
bos been dissolved. The under
las no further Interest tn (he busi
—*™-,er»*    * "-'-*	
debts o
Lnn sii...
Bated SOth April, 1887
VUV-IK   jinu.uinHB    un*..,-*   —    	
wback, bos beon dissolved, The under-
-Igned has no further interest In the busi*
less, and will uot bo responsible for any
" *~ ited by either Cbong.Tlne or
•'    ■        CHONO SOONQ.!
dwm.Twl
mENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
the undersigned up to noon of Solar*
Ike .lst_Mar;, for the erecUon of a
JL the undersigned up to noon of Beta..
Hay Ike »Isl Ner, for the erection of s
three-story   Brick  Hotel  on   Columbia
There is not muoh doubt but the
desire tii annex Canada prevails almoat wiversally throughout the
United States. Many Americans
repadiate the impeachment, but
nevertheless one finds it everywhere
underlying the niotlres from which
American policy icrings. It is not.
foor. often on Ihesurface, but
whenever an oooasjon oflera whieb
****** appropriate, it manifests itself
unmleUkaWj*. The American des*
patches which appeared in this papsr
yestsrday an doubtless put forward
aa feeler*. There are v07 few men
vt any prominence in Canada who
have ever declared tor annexation,
and the' despatch discreetly avoids
mentioning hames. But we doubt
not that there an snnexationists
ia Canada who honestly believe
that Canada- Interest and Canada's
destiny hie bound up with the United States. Although but neighbors disclaim any wish to annex
Canada, ws hare not the slightest
doubt that they would with open
anna reeelse us if we only consent
ad to go to them, The whole continent of North America would
then speedily become consolidated
under one, strong and wealthy gov-
, ernment, and this haa been the fond
dream of Americans for the laat
Ifty years.
From,, present . appearances it
■ems slSsost certain tbat the Do-
JbVfrnment will refuse to
its policy ol disallowance.
The people ct Manitoba have been
th^t-nltaliwrnotthingslftli.
(diet did not relax, but party in
Manitoba it probably toe strong to
permit aayth-ag -sore serious than
a wordy pretest. The same is true
of Brith* CUumMa. If a vote
lowance would endan-
nment Of SirJohn.it
I evsry member west
l one single excep*
I'disallowance goto
IM-Wt. Sir John
I this, and ean afford
rlth the utmost un-
^^^^___ fuWatsrow. This
taoaec
WoaM
i evils of party.
. i-atoobtelyindc.
act ooacem themselves so
 j-Mi the eflhet of their votes
•■ the "Jprenimeht as aboot their
•*o.-_ift«»_t-y. We ate sat
MM 4»T. msmhss-cl parliament
««• te,iMii|»/.th*.-»de»endeB«e,
dtaallowaMttxi-ald epeedUy dis_p*
■ear in*hut-.'*-** Oolumbia and
__Mito-_. )_».__r-a*aNoHhwe-l
ii asBetnitd, H h vary differently
street for W. A. Dunean, Eur*.  Plana and
speotfloatidhs can be seen nt my ofllce on
and after Monday tho oth itist,
.The lowest orany tender not necessarily
.accepted..
Willi     ■    ■  a. W. GRANT,
.,,.*' ■■•■■<   Architect, MoKehsle*st,
New Westminster, Snd May, 1887.
■ -      , ....   , i-dmyjltd,    . .    .... .„ ...
NOTICE -
SE-HNas 01* The county, court
of Cariboo will beheld-
At Olinton, Friday, 13lh May, 1887.
At Idllooet, Wednesday, 18th May, 1887.
• At UO-Mlle Houso, Tuesday, 28th June,
1887.
At Soda Creek, Thunday, Mill June,
- AXQuesn-llcmouth, Monday, 4th Jnly,
At Rlchfleld, Saturday, nth July, 1887.
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Offloe,
20th April, 1887. dupaitd
JOHNS. COX,
IHNRTER A DWIiR IN
TT COSTS NO MORE TO KEEP GOOD
1 Fowls than it doea to keep poor Fowls.
i My Breeding Pens are equal to any In
tht United b tatea or Canada.
Ipropoie tofnrnfRh EfmafnMbpramlnmil
ana flrit-closs Fowls, my design being to
•lUbllihUrepntntloh lhat wlirinst.
Cub must accompany all ordera,
I   Address,wlt.i .tamp,
JOHN 8. COX,
d wW7 to New Westminster
Queen's Birthday
TUESDAY, MAI 24, 1887.
mi mc, r. «. to■■ "
NORTH BEND __ RETURN
Under the AiiBplcci. of the Y.M.C.A.
B
ery along the whole lino of railway, Im-
clmllnf the r— —-** "f ""
Fraser River.
ETWKEN HOPE AND NORTH HEND
Is pome of the most magnificent scen-
the fnr-fnmed  canyons ai the
 ill ver.
Tm|n will leave Westminster atSo'olook
In the morning, returning nt 9:30 In the
evening.    ■
Ticket* fir Ihe %Unmd Trip -niy •_.»,
ana me name prlc.e will bo chnrged from
Jntermcdlute sintlons.
TlVketefbr Sale nt tlto Stores of D.I.yal,
Ogle, Oaroplwll A Co.. '/,. S. Hnll, D.N.
CurtleA Co., A.M. H«.rri.ig, tli*o. Grant 4
Co.,Mid W. K. An-ttln.
N. K—Train ntoun at all way stations be-
twee-fiWestmliwieraiidYale. dwnp-.td
wXi.fi-.
... PURCBASK1-. FOR
HurlM * SUtlonarr Engines, Boll.
un, Plain, UiplrMori, In-
'   lerters, elt„
Bteam niters', Oas Filters' and Plumbers'
Brass and Iron Qnodsijill kinds ol mn.
IsmsUrblarn, .Mr Cnnipresiom. Ins*
erabll Ho. k IMlls, II"Kilns Muchlner.,
Drill Weei, Monhlnci-v-sioel, Ploks,
Shovels, Iron A Steel wlro Hope, Rubber Hose, etc.,
Railway A Ceairaders' Orarrai •■»•
■lies. Scmponi, Curs, Anale. nnd
Bar Iron and steel, l3mw-liurs, Portland
OemenL BoollniL Paper, Building
Paper. rlro*pront Rofirni. Cement, etc.,
hall i W-rt.-ortilni Ma.kl._-l.,
Hhalltnf, Pulleys, Clmi'kH.I-itlies, Planers, Ijeatlier Beltlna, Tin Plule nntl
Corrugnteil Iron FJonivs, Axe, Pick,
Fork   and   Hammer   Handles, nest
' While Oak 0*i|»l., lO-inl., ir*-gal, :»• gnl.
Kogs, Oeo. I.. Witnil _ Hun's celebrated
New York Varnishes, chapman Sous A
Oo.'s Flsh Bait (IW kinds), One new
■Mi's talk. Ono new Peel Table.—Apply
M-MhsulcuT Draughtsman * Contractor.
a_r Plans and Specifications Inr Bonts,
Buildings, Maehlnery,ear,, carwnlly pro-
pared. V   MoK-naii St.
Sew Westminster, B. C, Jan. IM,.sa
dwJo-Oto
IImwIh tke Bitei tnd PUew tt.
COirt-of_-»lie,HlilPrlg«.H-
Ojer »•« fw-jlner, for (_«
Imp 1881.
arum, assizes. ;
IO* Tkaiemvae Island]
Vletorla....
Nanaimo.
 ..Monday...
....{.....Tuesday...
[OB'HalailaMl
...iHh May.
...7th June.
KewWestmlnster..Wednesday.llh May.
Kamloops  Mondny  iuh June.
Olinton Monday. lAlhJl)ne.
-^Atl,'AMt7,E8,   :
![.6b Mal_Jaad]      ,'   .f.
.*..— Wnfioy., Wi sopt.
Blob laid
Clinton	
Lytton.._.-...... Mondaj-. .:.....J0th O-tl
}RiwWestmlnsl_r..Weduosdey...siliNc*.'..
[Oat Vaiseesivsr Island J ..   .
Vlelo»la........M<i_day .'...iuiu November.
Naoalino.....Taae(lay. ...om Deoomber.
d-pMt.
NOTICE.
JB IS HEIlEB^QiVEN1,
_, __Uays (lifter Wtitell intend tl
toiheChief CommlHloncr of Laq
Workfio pwclntHc ipii.TfH of litiul
  "fend, Mw WestmlnS
jribedtt follows: >•
■-_---—-jnoing.atfteN.B. coram, of tho
8.k, J^of Sec.6; thenco North40chains;
thenee West 80 chains; thence South 80
chains; thence Kust 40 chalus; thence
North 40 chains; thence East 40 chains, to
polntof commencement.
f        ' -H. D. HELMCKEN.
Victoria, B, G„ April 22,1887.    dajntftiul
I
onTe:
;rlct,
MOTlf-E,-
fi
:4y fmaplTBAT.
ilo I
 -ilone. ..   _
nose W acres ol land Imore
. sfaayTaHor'-alo'l fnteiid'to appiy
he.Clilat Comhilsslonerql Landsana
iei-) acres olliuu
A_fWH
Works to
or less]
Wostml
follows: ,. t____i,{,, i ,,., jj
Commencing at ttie-N.W* eornerof N.E.
K of Hco. I); ib tuino Houth 80 cIioIuh; thence
East (ichn.i.s to shore Hue; thence following meand©ring of shore line in a north*
westerly direction, UW chains [more or
loss]; tlicnco Eut.tB5chftlns.moreor less)
tp point of commencement.
rm. *Ta m.w.-Tyhwhittdrake.
,.Victoriu,B.p.,April 22,1877.    dap25u>!|
| fllHll-frNDEHSIONED has ei-tabllshed
. Jr  mmU in the City of New Westmin.
rterwlth a Fm8T<ildASR
dOVEBJID OAERIAGE,
' Wklrk la atVra »r Ra(a_eae_ta at
very _i_ler-le l barges. .
Orders left at Iha Colonial Hotel or sent
by telephone, will be promptly attended
to day or night. Stable next H. Elliott's
''*   JOS. 0ATE8.
Telephouo No. 8_ '  mylte
NOTICE.
XTOTICE 18 HEltEBY GIVEN THAT(10
il days after date I Intend to apply to
tho Chief. Com in Issloner of \ Lands and
Works to purchase 480 acres of land on
T«»da Island, New WeHtmlnBter District,
described en follows:       .
Commehclng at the B. E. corner ot B.W.
M of See. S; thenee East« chains; thence
South 80 cha_nt_: thence West to Hhore
line; Ihtfttce following meandering of
Hhore line ln a north-westerly direction to
H. E. corner of see. 4: thence North lo
chains [more or Ichs]; thenco East 40
chalnstopojnt^^^^^.
• Vlctbrla.ll.C, April _2,1KB.    dap25ml
Administrator's Sale!
tic Estate SNAT SRANTON, Deceased
Intestate, ...-.,,,
§ BALED TENDERS for the purchase
ol Lot 16, Blook Seven, suburban lands
tbo city of New Westminster, will be
received  by the undersigned up to the
20th day ot May, 1687. Tbe highest or any
tender not.necessarily accepted.
Dated 22nd Apill, 1SJ.
E. A. JENNS,
dap22ml •   Administrator.
■NTIL   FURTHER   NOTICE  WILL
leavo Wise's Wharf, for
THE STEAMER
"GLADYS"
chilliwhack and War Places
TUESDAYS A FRIDAYS
At.7A.JI.,
Returning the following days.
For freight, Ac, apply on .board or to
.,    „ W. MATHERS,
dmh-lto On the Wharf.
llllll
Wholesale and Retail
DRU<3IQI8T^I
New WMtmlMler* B. C.
. ... i,,  itwmhlOto .
_pj___oi__rzO"
New f eBtminster, B. 0,
REID & CURRIE
-     UAHUF«CTURERS-t IMPORTtRtSF
Farm Wagons,
Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons,
i j ' ; Carriages,
Top Buggies* "'■■
Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
Butcher Carts,
Dog Oarts,
:   bump Oarts,
Drays,        Stages,
AND  EVERYTHING   IV  THB
I, VJJHI-WIjWNK. ..-:■
Seoond-hand SttWI S EiprOll W»J.
Oils for sale cheap.
Repairing, Pnlntlij * Trimming
done at reasonable, prices,
i BLACKSMlf HING
1-all Us Branches. ; Estimates given on
Ironwork and Contract^ taken.
llor.c-Sho.lnx and General
' ;;       Jobbing.
We. also, keep tti stook toaupply tho
trade, Irott', Steel, Chains, Cumberland
Coal, Horse and. Ox Shoes, Harrows,
Iron and Steel Harrow Teeth, Carriage
Bmings and Axles, and a complete stook
of Carrion Hardware.-   . '
:'__ Idt of flrat-oloaa' Plodghl I Hi. •
f#Wonhand.    II   ■ , » !
' aarwehavegotthoiiestworkmsntobe
had In tbe country, nnd we import nearly
all thn stoek we nscfrom (he CMt-^onie-
qncnlly we can. olfer. Inducements to pur*-
-bnserti that we oould nol luivc done some
tuno ago. .All material nnd work leaving
ebasers tl
tima ago. ... ..	
the shop will he i/uarniiteed to be Just as
ror-fesfentcu.' Orders from tba —---—
promptly attended to. i ■ :..... :m
•iwuplllc RIIDiOURRII
ln|
-._.tas
country
Brighouse Estate.
» LL PARTIES ARE HEREBY. CAU,
A Honed against purchasing of Sam1!
Brighouse or executing mortgages on any
portion of the above estate witbwittho
sanction of Manuella Brighouse, Ms wife,
or her solicitors. _, lJ_.„l„n„ '
dapllml     MANUELLA BRIGHOUSE.
HACK FOR HIRE.
2&0±Z033L
VTOTICE 18 HHREBY GIVkN THAT
ll thirty dayB afier date we Intend making application to tho Ohief. Oommiuion-
er of LandB and Worts for a lei-tie for t lin-
berlog pnrpoae*. of tbe following described
lands, sltnato on theeiutsldcof Harrison
Lake, up a creek generally known an
Twenty-mile Creek, where a itake has
been planted nn the water's edge of the
creek about ue ml lefrom Harrison Lake;
thenee running In a nouth-easterly dlree-
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870.
Ut No. tl, Block IV, Part of D1|U^ Ul
*•. IM.tuth-Clly.t Vn»*m'
E HEREAS TBE CElTinCATE OF
TlKofFmWw.J^WnftboVe
lai been lostffdeaJftye<£lnA>pll<
oailt-n haa been ^aadg'for -PdutfUfcu
thereof: Notice le therefore hereby given
that a fresh Certificate of Title will be
Issued In lieu of that so loet or destroyed,
unlcBH cause be shown to the contrary
within one month from the date beroof. -.
R. W. ARMSTEONa.
■: _: :. i___.-" ■ vBppoty Registrar,
linnd Registry Offlee,    !*"■>
.:    ,*S?^S>flfe_^.?^^hA)     "     ""
t,l.i._,o_il**... OMAf.&m.
Dry Goods', Men's Furnishing*.
Groceries ft Provisions.
LUNDBOM'S BLOCK, Oolumbia St
  dw-wXtta., ..,.,  .r,.y,.-
tion - forty ti&) chains; thenee In a northeasterly dfrectlon . eight hundred (8»)
chains; thence running In anorth-wesN
erly direction,forty (40) chains, moreor
less, to the water's edge of said creek:
thence following Uie water's edge of ereek
eight hundred T800) chalni, more or less,
to the point of oommeneement-contaln-
Ing three thoUHond two hundred (3200)
acres, more or less, and-to be known as
LImltC.
.Also, the following lands situate on the
opposite sine of the creek to Limit Oi and
to bo known as Limit D, commencing
w|iere a stake haa .been planted about one
mile from Harrison Lake at the water's
edge of flSId creek; thence running Ina
north-westerly direction forty (40) ohalns;
thence running In a north-easterly direction eight hundred (800) ohalns: thence
running In a south-easterly direction
forty l«] chains, more or less, to said
creek; thence following the water's edge
eight hundred 1800] ohalns, more or less,
to the point of commencement—containing three thousand two hundred {8200]
aeres, more or less.
LEAMY A KYLE.
Vancouver, B. C, Mareh is, 1887.
'.    _5>_nhJ__ma
UOETH
boiv_:_?_&_3_T-_r
Capital, 13,000,0(10 i   lossos
fald, 148,000,000
-E-stsabllalaed Mtt*m*»
Sates as Low as any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
ttr Kl.ks promptly taken, and Losses
satisfactorily adjusted.
T. R.PEAR80N,
. doc7i_ IB. C. S. A P. Co.) AGENT.
■ FBOIAL
INDUOEMENTS
"I---—TORTUS    ,   \Stj-    (
HOLIDAYS
;   iHt IS days.
All .MODS.    WWsW,
BUYING FROM THK MANCFAC*
- tliroi. for cosh, I am in a position
to sell at bottom prices. My Quods are
marked Iri plain flym-us and the prices
have not been put up to meet the dis*
oohnt taken off. Call and see prices be*
fore purchasing elsewhere. m
IW Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
Jewelry made to order.
F.CHAKE.
WATCHMAKER
brro.na the Banx. dw*dclflto
PIANOS
—AND—
THE UNDERSIGNED has
1 just received a large consignment of
Pianos, and Organs,
Whiqh he will sell cheap. These
instruments, may be purchased
for cash or in monthly instalments, to suit purchaser. , Call
and get my figures before pur-
Chasing elsewhere, and it will be
td ytfur interest
ii,,...      ripji"--
, Seeond-1iri,iHo Pianos and Organs for sale or to rent.
i Instruments may be seen at
Mr. D Lyal's Book and Stationery Store, Columbia Stn__t.
.mhiio L R'PEARSON.
POBT HAMMOh
H0(i8
Frnlt trees,     '""^
4    .eruamepJalTre^s,
»    *    *      imaff
And OAnDEN STOCK on hand In great
-rarlety.
KverytUhiK rtrtit*el.lt**i snil Inrlilulled In
rood slnipc,       '•• .'"•'•t ■   ■ '•     .., -•"■
;;' . .-        ,     a,W,i HENRY,       I-r
dw*del8ti! Port Hammond, B. C.
WALSH'S
TAILOR WW
Columbia St,, New Weitmlnster.
HA VINO J UHT RECEIVED OCR $EVI
Full and Winter Stook, we Invito in
spectlon of the finest selection of
■_s_llik, Seetth, Serasaai freaek,
aad America*
SUITINGSHi-tt
fiver shown In New Weitmlnster.   For
n GOOD FIX and nrUstlc style we defy j
competition.
dnndOto TH08. WAIJ9H.
Look Here!
TP YOt *VAHT TO  MAKti  A.NICK
PRESENT
■To a friend »>r r-platl ve, so down io Ptllt*
SKY'rt and look nt somo of those exlra-
•rd|narr imrgaliiH In
LuHfr' and gfeiileMin'il JGold R«d
Or If you want a'uneful ornit ment for yonr
house, examine thoso beautiful Inlay
•.trtkiarf Clocks, with cathedral B'.ngi*.
HelSHolllnjftt OOITOM PRffJEt*.
- Wal<rlirH,fromt.,>upwnrdi.,nllwnrranted
Flae Wntrti ftcpstarlaxa tipcrlalir, *w*
good workman.hip guinantee^.    .
■apRomomber the  place-the "Blue
dwaii.yl        Columbia SU, New West.
GUARDIAN
OF LONDON, ENG. .
Total Feds, $18,0(|000j
drSi^B-.-*.   '     "
-MTMLMHID I8M""   '
Risks Taken at Rates
as Low as any other
Reliable Comp'y-
T. R, pgARSON,
dnelte        (B.C.MT.Co.) AQENT.
W.E. AUSTIN,
UEAIjERIN
Bomnlr 'llirokufttu-!
A lane Assortment of
DRY GOODS
-ABB-   ,     '
QROO_;^!^S
ALWAYS 0_> IIAtStD.
Hay and Feed.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
irtnHiMUKumwN
uTMRirmcm.
We nm two states dallj-,eice|it..anda__,
to Port Moodr, enrryin. H.UM. malls,
i Asnollquorortobac-oolsusedweoanb-r
temperate habits and careful economy
serve tlio p'nblle at especially low rates. _.
dwiente
. SM'O'JOV
..iiifi'r.n
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.'- ntlnlrl
n
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AN OLD YANKEE NEWSPAPER.
A..     _,.„,.
Journal, 5! April 8, 1728, one
dred   and   flttj-oight   jean   ago,
whioh lies before me, contains ao many
ttffipmiaxste
The editor explain* hll, pins u
wiow.:        Thy. o I fnr fm
"There are Measures for rendering thia
Paper yet men twivereallj- eeteemed,
and mofal, in whioh 'tin hop'd th*
l'nbliek wUl be gratiA'd, ud by whieh
those gentlemen who desire to be im-,
iirov'd in Hiatonr, Shilgaophy, Poetry, .
^•muJ3tS*m&"2   ■'
'I'll,
Then f-Uo9_ C-Jalonot "the in;
•"tm
tag nyi
wlio or serrioeablo, but the knowing
tho Trno   Nature ot Things.  Ware
Practico snt	
Miieonlatioa,'	
edge would Mjoajftj
following Relation.
A few other pang!*]
:2k_sr
man, of no Fortune,
__S*i%p-%-tt'^
whoae Cintunetancea wen rery nor-
de_ii'iae .\p.rfloo£w_-l_ ___°3_dg-
ment to  foreseei ^ ,N«walty dj*.
Competency to tin;  bti. Lore waa
headstrdlfK inrWir-IH ft* reason,
ao that after a Yeu or two*, ineffec-
ama open
Then the story relates the inability
of the unlettered innkeeper ,to nnder-
stand why his learned adn-lA-lew could
not earn a penny toward hia own sup*
port and that of his wife.
Alter the innkeeper's death, which
occurred in leaaihan a year, the unfortunate _o_pIt«e_eeo_.poll.d to leave
v ifi».   - ,
The wib endeavored to gain a sub*
sistunce by kntttiu^taokuga "at a.
"n._T_a___d3-_S tt_tyT^i_«&t_i
Hours between Books and Sighs,"
Lut aa a meant of recreation probably
he often. gaied with admiration upon
the dextrous m_»em_nta of his Wife's
flugets. . -ii'.i ■■•■ .'iu. -' i-i ■ ,
This rapt attention to the motion
of hands and needles lod him to
think of a loom .that wesid do Um
work more expedjUoUfM   v , '•
TeUing his *S ei. his filet, hs
"joined Head to har Bands, and tho
iugeuioue Hteokh-* Loom wat-first
invented, by which ho did not <»ly
make himself sad his Family hnppy,
Lut has left his Nation indebted to
him for sBonsAt which enables them
to export Bill: Stockings in great
Quantities snd to • Test Adrsntsgi
to thoso Tery Countries front when«
beforo they  ua'd io bring them si
&Sm^mW^mA
poets hare
in the long
TheChsnoellor's wife,*
cratie-looking woman, with
bntplai
though
guest s
______
8_____,__    ...
tieras, psat which the eye glanced
_-_-_-___________-l_____--_
THE ART OF WHISTUNO.
ad Abuiee.likeli
itling i»;thr.tafe|jr^|i|ol;l
ithout airing—g ti
a musical tendency,
In the mouth of the right person
whistling may become an art and,
prove a Meeting, but there ia A. thing
more lugubrious than a poor whistler
who .pen-Main splitting tbeeircrpe.-
wise with __rtu.eu chromatics.
whoso bo-uputions  fakfe them apart
from mankind in general, are often
^wm*%^^m\
^ISmsSfl_^Ww»-oh«s ■_! Soot-
" ^-fe"3ip*^n***^*^et,,,l,,wh*,t'
Jejgnod to notioe,  and
: of Hio night poor Jack hss
himself by the shrill euun-
of   the   "Fisher's   Horn-
jti^mm&
i-tmJf _■_-« -
Sometimes whistling supplied ths
plsce   to    thoughts,   for   Dryden
._M<l_.e*xo t, ._ yt.' i"} »>'*■*
And whistled «s ho T_mt, for want of
This mode of expression hss not
ndfreqdentlT serred to stay the courage
of many s little booorn:  03_.-"•■ IC
The schoolboy, with his satchel in his
Whistling aloud to bear his courage np.
Qr.saDrydm again has it:
Whistling to keep myself bom being
Ast
Some names ara orodited with
creating a whistling by their fame.
Cowley   speaks   of   tho    " foolish
i.^PJ'll'-*-. JBK'.'"»a Pops ox*
Or, ravaged with tho whistling ot a
name,
See Cromwell, damned (o sTedast-ig
fame.'   '•;'
Indiscriminate and sudden whittling
ia used to express anything—tags,
wonder or Joy; The whistle, too,
serves ns a waning, a command or a
flOl,"'■.*     ."if"       j*.   'rl!  •-*\ ■'. --J'
." WhistW and MlV ye maWsays
the girl in the old ballad. This must
have been a favorite method o_iattracting thc attention of the fair sex,
for wo find in Beaumont and Fletoher'S
"Wit Without Money" a similar
assurance. , ■ ■■,., ,
Our school readers all contained the
solemn parable of Poot Bichavd about
paving too dear for one's  whistle,
' aad Goldsmith tells us of tbt man
who—
: Cast off hia friends, ts a huntsman his
For he know when ho pleased he oould
whistle them back.
The wetting of whistles is tn entirely
different thing aad is not confined to
men alone, for we have the evidence
"of Chaucer that  " So was hire jolly
whistle Wel wette." The old proverb
_jrsmsu8that— •:  f-
Whistling girls and crowing hens
Always oome to some bad end.
-fPhiladelphiaNews.
the family living rooms, aha wis a
tans tna of tin position aha holds
both in horns and publio Ufa,
A nobis wlfs aaa mother, aha has
faithfully stood by bar husbamrtaids
from tha vary oommeneemsnt of hia
political canar.
A Chicago paper declaree that Bis*
toarok'e wfie fa Mr husband's private
aecretaiyl How lm thia statement ia
true "*
old
edly
time
ths
A Cmsa-Ei-d.Kaa la u_k.
..   wtasterday uoniig » tt--.
' 3 nearly one hundred t"
i_ng liagjj^f '
ito    '_Just_aLouiskdiahwssabouttoopen
his small.property  of ...   	
than to vagatttaai a null Prussian
landowner, white brooding moodily
over all hia grand political aohemea,
his wits never for a moment loet heart,
but wt* able to inspire har husband with onr freah oourags aad
Hop*-*      m^mm^mmmmmsm*. -   ' -,-,■••■
Atymum --rt-aB-iiaM-. ."•'f"
Aa unusual advertisement appssis
ia a Vienna newspaper.
"A respectable married oouple, ot
whom thrtasband ft ae dancor. d_-
slre to aM/tha %ff_SiUnea of aa
" respaetabla oouple whan.tbo
io dshosr, ia ardor to visit balls
"sits is no ,
*!gS&i_m.wmm*m
Tha
agreement
nn evoning.    ..
oxchaugaa of hus bead*-*_4 Wit fi
a few Dae -ttm danoara *Ofcft
and tba i_c«*___M»will ohat,
so than wfflW oat-tMUon
round*      omukioi.       *--
The arranaasatat loaks •
A Ul
Haven
sgc.sad
has bean
Theini
party lo,
which it1^       _   ..
figures. WOBtllUE B1.9
AasosBMitb-eamaL..
party aoataiaad that fa__
to-day fouf -vHtnttXht
white tha remain4a. _Sa |
kicking Ukmmh
T13-H. »
ns ii.i n_x ri
thattha
number
ara OB
about
NMfcMellKg. *r'TT"
Twain h_rf_aa»dd at _e Windows
is the olrcuit oourt room this morning
watebluMa smmwmkum fimMet ths
featheiii-nm ai*pasn»WW ha__.
captured toe h-Shstaliiatt
ths attsra_|w-'"{»__l_w (Va,) HssaU.
his window and fling outhis first Bute-
board, a jet black kitten bounced into
the theatre from Hr. Hogg's dove gallery, and began to claw the carpet.
Ed. -aytor'e ftce beamed with delight,
and he rushed to tell Kalish to open
the window and begin tha Mia at
onco.
"There's a blaok cat in the house,
Louis," he yelled ia his delight.   ■
went out, and, accosting tha oross-
eyed man, he Mid Hr. McConnell
wanted to seo him inside.
.. Wonderingly tho cross-eyed man left
his place inline, went into tho prints
ottos, wu presented to Hr. HoConnall,
and given two complimentariM for tha
performance that he wanted to sm,
^vTBatfelHright."sala HfcS-ylor
totho man with the swivel eye. Yon
oould not hava bought any seats there,
for yon would have 'hoodooed' tha
whole engagement  We juat bid a
sir; please go. We would muoh rather
give you two seata than sell thsm to
yonon tho opening day of ths ssle."
The swivel-eyed man walked oft
wandering whit it allmtant, ind ii the
Columbia theatre had been made a
bnnoh ofthe Kankakseaarjum. .
'■Ofoourse,"«H HrT-»ylor aftor-
ward, " a cross-eyed man in the line
,   ruins everything.   Ton an, the advent
of that, black oat wm agreat thing, and
■wo couldn't h»veH -___sd by a msa
e!Anbsd^"    •"
Then Hr. Kalish opened hia window, i
-[CIii-agoHa-ald.     ..
•i'.';,—■*■-•'fl>}..i ' >   .
H. ror(ot tli. Cc-bklaalloa.
A Wealthy, oitinrn of a aai,
city liad l*een o4t until tho ami
with convivial companions.
It wm not .exactly a "dry.looaliiy "
that he had visited, and ho arrived toma
le managed, bv desciibing several
rather than geometrical linos,
" What's the matter with your boots?"
NoMin,rt(inafsintwhlspe*);    .
W^t^^i^.wiftyw^^
Whjr doat you pull your boota <__,
then?'-'    '"• <■■    ■
"Maria, I'vo forgot tho combination!"
^IBoatonJjg^Iif'Sf.
I        Mat _> ManlaiaaMe OHM.
ly'_t. «HiM Hia, do yon pit. on tht
PJM-Ol.'  «m_i's_.:  V
«Sai"E-sa,Iloveyou.'"
The lollowlnj Business Plreelory relates
only to persons whose advertisements appear l« the daily Cot-maun. II baa
been found ti_a,_s a rale,tbat person,
who advartUelt-erallv are liberal ln their
dealings, and maoy persons make It a
rule to glv. preference in tbelr dealings to
those establishments whioh advertise
Ireely. The following list Is arranged al-
pbabelleall..   5_„.,
T. 0. Atkinson .....ColumMaBt
W. Nor&aiiSole. .Colnnibla 8t
Corbould * McColl .MoKensle st
Branch Oflee at Vancouver.
MEDICAL.
Dr. H. JI. Cooper. .„._..C1iub* St
Dr.J.C.Bnd-n-n ClillMyhsek, B.f.
Dr. I. M McLean..... MoK«n«lo Bt
Dr. DaWolfe Bmlth....  Clarkson _*
laaoRAaca. -
W.J. Armstrong [Ore]..
—-   y «_.___ —ja-" - *
—Court Honse
F-Hnon-ls" - '. MrKenile «
Ferrlrlllfe* aeeWeatl-....J*rrta«
i. Peanon isre A life Coluuibla Ht
_.B*_[Br.*llfe|--.. »eK'0sl.at
Branch Offloss at Vancouver A Vie.
Tur_er3«t_n ACo. lire)., Vletorla
_ -Ss.mrnerA.Oamlle,    ■
[are, lifo * uooldent] .ColumblaBt
BBAIj BITATB AOSHOtEI.  .
W. N. Bole... - Colnmbia St
Corbould A MoColl .HoKenaleM
H. V. -dmondi MeKensio Bt
W. D. Ferris..	
CaptPlltendrliib	
Rand
whl; Shannon
Woqas,-i
 KerrlsSt
MeKonsleSl
McKensleSt
urner A Gamble..
ABCHITBOT,
Olow«
..ColumblaSt
..Clinton st
q|j-iiC!Iir«_-_^^_.7fiei^ie st
COHTRACTOBe * B.II.UKR8.
Ackerman Bros .,....Newyeslmliiate|i
" AOCTIOSBBRI.
H. St. Rich Ladnoi-s
T. J. Trapp. *. Columbia St
AGEK-ri »OR«ACHl!««RV,*<i.
Fraser i-ieonnnl -■Vancouver
F. Welcome MeCrndr McKensle Bt
MtlllCAL IHRTIUMBHTB.
John Adams.......
T. R. Pearson	
 Vanconver
....Columbia Ht
Ua St
aorM-lor;..................:....;..Coium
—  i, MoColl Columbia St
■ - •  „ .Front St
PtHBTiaO * BUMBO.
The Columblon Steam Printing Establishment................ Columbia St
STOVES * TIM WARE.
H. II. Cunningham A Co Colombia8t
■:,  a A* FITTINGS.
H. M. Cunningham A Co......Columbia St
BPWIBO HA0B1BBB.
0. J. Robion........ - ColumblaSt
OBBBBAL MERCHANDISE.
W.R. Austin __i_T.»i .*i**.,*i,*-?«pntst
0.0. Malor. ;.......Columbli
Wm,	
0. MoDonough
DRY GOODS.
Bon Mafvbe '.. ...Columbia Bt
D. Drysdale A CO, ??•.•"•• "i!.* St
Jas. Kllard A Co...... ...ColumbiaSt
Ogle.Camiibell A Co .ColumblaSt
wm. Rao [Globe Housel Columbia st
.,,'.., DRaiSMABISIG.
Boni-ateiie...... .......iii....-.Colamblost
Jaa, BllarJ A CO...... , Co umb a et
Misses MoDougall Columblast
r-RSITURE.
W. Prothero .Columbia Bt
Wlptemule, Callilok A Co Columbia st
WOUD* COAL.
Henry Elliott (Orden left al Vf. McColl's]
DRV oa, ike.
n. & Curtis A Co,... .Columbia St
A. Peele................ «... Columbia St
:     BUTCHERS.   '      J.   I
Robt. Dickinson .Columbia Bt
WATCHMAKERS * JEWELERS
F. Crake................ ■• ColumblaSt
F Wl__» Colnmbia st
£ M. MoVaughten... .OolniAbla-Bt
■LACKBBITHIRa *   CABBIAOB
WORKB.
.ColumblaSt
■ColumblaSt
Thoa, Ovens	
R«iT*cnrrle,	
'».!' HOTELS.
Farmers HomolHoldenl...
Church St
...Vielorla
The claronee ll
RESTAl'HANTS.
Mn, Jennie McNeil front st
PAUTERS- *«-
Chas. Murray „ .ClarkaonSt
BOOTS * 8MOEI.
0. H. Orant A Co .IColumbla St
~ »ns.,..-.m-.-......~.....-_.Oo(n5!lMai at.
wm.S_
......................ColnmbloSt
TAILORS.
idale A Co. ...Colnmjdo Bt
'    '    ,...„..i..... Columbia St
RAKBRT.
A. Diesel....... ...Front St
MJRBERIBI.
...Fort Hammond
 Ladnen
FARCY POVLTBT, *e.
Jno. B. Cox...... - ......Royal Avenue
HORVHBNTAL.
Alex. Hamilton .....Church it
Rudge A Monck Hew Westminster
D. Drysda
Thos. Walsh...
& Hutohersiiii..
In the Ettate of Jesuit Kedona, deceased.
k LLPK1W0NS INDEBTED TO THB
AnR-Wi"'«'osror«i|,lrKl to pay the
am_ant«fbi.hwllhl and all penons huving claims against the said Estate limit
forwurd the samo within one nionth from
the date haiwif lo the undersigned.
Dated at Kew Westminster, lhe Utli
dayof April, IW7. „   _
danUml      T. J. JASKa, Ksccntor.
NOTICE.
XTOTICE ISIIEKEBYOIVKNTHAIW
JN' oi^e'ellM datenntendjo ar
ipply tii
us and
Chief Commissioner or Lam
ISO acres nf 1	
Westminster Dislrict,
Works lo purchase ISO acres of lund on
Tfciadalslend.Iir*-* -■'- ••...-'-
—  -"-if.
described as lollo-rm
Commeni'liig at Iho S.E.eorncrof the
8.W. V, of See. g; thence EssttOcHniii":
thenoe Nortii SO clialns: thence Went so
chains; theno. South 40 ohalns: Ihcncii
Bast ejehnlns; thenee South M chains to
point of commencement.
ROBT. K, JACKSON.
Victoria, B. C, April a, HOT.    dnp!ir,iii2
%
lXy\\
LAND SURVEYORS,
FlKt.Uf*.. Accident ft Murine
InsumiifC.
"  ___«_._D-aT«ai   ,  ,',
Dominion Express Comp'y. Ld.
IllUra Cailllaa ant Snles
,,,. Botifht ami .Bold,
U0l,-M'.IA STREET,
telephone*. .    _KW WcaTMlMTCR.
■ dfWW
Dress-Making I
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,        '
New Westminster, B.C.
sar Satisfaction guaranteed.      daplRe
3_*fC?TIC_B_
VrOTJCB.lS .HEREBY GIVEN TKAT
IN we have applied to the Minister of
the Interior for a license to cut limber on
the following described lands, situated In
th. dlstrlet ofjfewWestminster and Provlncoof British Columhls;
The North-east _t Acres of SecUon to,
Township (I), oue.
The Nortii liu acre, of.1wll.in si, Township 17], seven, In Gniup line.
The South-east to acres of and Island situated lh section 11,Tdwnshlp [10], forty.
ROYAI/OITY PLANING MILiaOU.'
Iljlinludl
JOHN HENDRY, Manager.
NewWrstmlnsl«r,R.C„ April-Sid list,
dapgnil
W_h PsviicuH lav Aim thi
STARR KIDNEY PAD;
"Treatment by Absorption has for wime
time been recognised by Medical Men to
be the roost simple ana effectual means
of conveying to Dlneottpil oigHnn, "Curatives," butin casesof Kidney Dl. .-j"?and
Complaints attendant tUereoii, micci>.s .fnl
treatment wr**. practicably Impon*. lble un*
til the Introdnctlon of theSturr Kidney
Pad. It costs less than a single pretwrlp*
tion aud Is Immesaurably more decisive
and effective than any quantity of internal
Medicinal dating. Worn Immediately, over
the seat of DlftflRRe,!.-*. curative propmle*.
become absorbed by the diseased and en*
.eebledOwans-oont-nuoufltyandriln._-.lv-
ns required to Irifiuro In return their IichI-
tby action and orltflnnl vigour. It Is com*
fortable to the patient and pleasant in Its
efl-ct... aud cure» when nothlnii else can.
The Marr Kidney Pad accompllHben posh
tlve, decisive results, A more valuable
discovery sn a true remedy for Kidney
Diseases was meter made.—Medical QauUe
Ttaefltarr KWncy Pad, manufactured
In Toronto, Is a permanent sure enre for
diseases,, disorders mnd ull ments of the
Kidney*., Bladder and urinary secretive
system, nr attendant cnmvlalnta. causing
palntnthemnnll of the hack, Miries,etc;.,
producJnK urluary disorders, such as loo
frequent, f-canty, difficult, painful or copious micturition. Inability of retention and
sedimentary urine, dropsical symptoms,
etc., denoting tho presence In the system
of dlsenses common.tothe urinary secretive organs—known us gravel, catarrh of
the bladder and passages, Drlght-s disease,
diabetes, dropsy, piles, nervous debility,
etc Rend for pamphlet to LANGLEY A
CO., Wholesale Agents, Victoria. Retailed by A. M. HERRING and D. 8. CURTIS
A CO., New WestinloBtcr: T. McNEE-
LEY, Ladner's Landing: H, McDOWELL
_ CO.. H\8TIN0SHAW MILL CO., THE
VANCOUVER DRUG CO., Vancouverj
W. E. MCCARTNEY A BRO., Vancouver
and Kamloops: J. B. LOVELL Yale: W.
R. MEUAW, Pflest Valley; H. CLARK A
CO,, Kb m loops.    . dwselByl
FirelFire!
TESTIMONIAL I
Vaucmuer,SSrd June, 1889,
Mn. 0. HOBEHTSON,
,,  Vancouver:
-   Representing Oaldle A McCulloch,   '
' ■(■■ Salt, Oat.
811.—Vt* th. nndtrsltnsd having witnessed the terrible flre which wiped out of
exlatene. the voting oity of Vancouver,
on the 18th lust, hove, after Ihe lire, examined tha safes sold by you, some of
which were put to the most severe test,
having beon surrounded 'by large quantities oflard and bacou, and we ate pleased
to testify to Ibe remarkable manner In
which every Safe sold by you preserved
its contents, n'ot. only books and papers,
but also-thousands of dollars In pnper
money were token out In perfect condition, we cau,, therefore, wltb the greatest confidence, reoommend them asthor-
oughly nre prooft
L. A. Hamilton, for the Canadian Paolflo
' Kailway Commit.. M. A. MacLean,
Mnyor; John jVBlske, Stipendiary Magistrate; Rlch'd. Alexander, Justiee of
the Peace; John Boultbee, Police Magistrate, City of Vancouver; Thomas Sunn,
Edward _. Rand.R.ul'Tw-te Broker*
& Balfour, Alderman; John Rankin,
Real Estate Broker; pither A Edson,
Royal Hotel: H. T. Keefer, Contractor,
C. P. R,; J. W. McKnrlsdd, Port Moody,
to Vanoouver and English Bay; P. C.
Innes A Co., Real Estate Brokers] A. Vf.
Ross, Real Estate Broker; Gravely A
Spinks, Kehl Estate Brokers; B. C. Vet-
,  guson, Mgr* R* 0. P. Mills. Je»to
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
Printing Company
n,-rn-iT-CD.)
GJN THS 10TH OF JANUARY, 1887,
" the Coiuiibiax Newspaper and
Printing Concern was purchased by a
joint stock company composed ol citlaaaa
ot New Westminster, to ho known aa the
" British ' Columbian Printing Co.,
Limited." The concern has been (er
nearly a year owned and controlled by
the Britiah Colnmbia Stationery and
Printing Company, ot New Westminster.
Vletorla and Vanconver. Tha objeot el
tho new company Is to continue the publication ol tho Bmrisii Cot,.liBIA_ newspaper and carry on a general printing and
publishing coneem, controlled entirely by
those <i hose Individual interest tt will he
to promote tha development, especially
nf the Mainland. There will bt no
slackening of tho energy hitherto displayed in the management ol the estab*
lishment, and Ita patrons may raly npon
receiving fnll value tor their money.
The Col. MaiAS will continue to be entirely Independent In both Dominion and
provincial politics, and will devote iteelt
to the advancement of snch schemes a
may be ooujiilored in the public interest.
The concern Is now entirely separate from
any 'other business, the book and
stationery establishment in this eity
having -rcn taken over by Mr. T. R.
Pearaon, who will continue to carry It on
In hia own name and for his owu benefit.
It is desirable that a dally newspaper
'ahould he maintained In this city, and
the new company ask. fir public patronage on the ground that It Is engaged in
an enterprise calculated to promote the.
public welfare, It asks that.the Col.
Vhbhk he judged on Ita own merit* and
supported only so long aa Ita policy is
onconslstt with its professions, b consequence o! this business change all ac-
counts due the concern must be settled
without delay ao that the books et the
former company may ha adjected and
closed. Address alt communications and
remittance- to
D. ROBSON, Manager.
Ntw Wnlnlnater, .Ian. «, 1N7.
IMPERIAL
FihE INSURANCE C6MP'..
I Old Bmuu 8t, and 18 Pai.i. Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITT^T-SD 1808.
TTOR -NSDRING HOUSES 4 0THEK
r Buildings, Goods, Wares, Mercban-
dUe, Manafacnirhig and Panning Stock,
Ships In Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Caigettof suoh Ves-els; also, Shine Imlld-
tog and repairing, Bargaa and ether Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods oo board suub Vwels, tlimnghout
Gnat Britain and Inland and in Kon<il.a
Conntritt,
n«H L0g8 AK MSABIBT FIKI.
Snl-scrilied and Invested Capital,
_gl.600.000 BTG,
RatM of Prtmlnm and ev.ry information ou be obtained on application to
W.J. ARM_TWlJi_.
Agent for New Westmlnst. r.
Confedemtion Life
ASSOCIATION.
daaruilee-apUal..
■•I-i
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto; Canada
A HOMfcOMPANY.
This, Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it (rom the following
FACTS:—
Th. 8ecurl,y offered to policy holders Is
unsurpassed by any Company doing business In Canada,
It haa no schemes of Insnranoe, but the
well-established lines, hence the policy
holders cannot be misled as to their contracts.
IU statements to the public ean be nad*
Uy understood, Ita cash statement showing every item of Income and how expen-
Its position lsascertuined annually from
a detailed valuation In whioh every Hem
of liability Is Included.
Its progress ha. been uneaampled In
tho history of Insurance In Canada,
Its policies are Indisputable afterthree
years, and non-lorfeltable attar two years'
existence.
Its profits are distributed npon on equitable basis. Tha proflts to ont class of
policy holders are not lessened to give
larger profits to any other olass. which
method aSbrds superior advantages ovor
th. uniform bonus plan ot dlsuibntlon.
Ukatal Oadttku aa te ■wlloMeart
navel.'
J. K.MaeDONALD,
Managing Director.
T. .R. PEARSON
Agtnt, Kew Wtatmlastei
ItMmo-alUmale.
nmun,
■»UI«1HF«RIUI_
Dry Goods
CLOTHING
 AHD—
GROCERIES
TUST RKCHVro IN DBY OOODS,
A NEW STOCK
In all shades and material ef DRIBS
GOODS, including Cashmeres, Merinos,
Silks, Satlna, Blaok and Cokmd Valve,
teens snd Plashes. COTTONS (blanched
and unbleached). LINING8, BUTTONS, HOIXANDS, tc. Grey, White,
Scarlet and Checked FLANNELS. LA*
DIRS GLOVES, in Cottoa, Weol, Silk
and KM. Ladies Merino and Lamb
Wool Vests. JRR8EY8, all price.
Hosiery, Muslins, Diaper Irish Linen,
Brilliants, Ac, tc.
Men's Clothing!
Par Quality, Style, fit and Price,
can't he tonohtd.
MEN'S HJRNISHIN8S
In every Lint. Cotton, Merino and
Wool Underwear, White Shlrta, Cuffs,
Collars, Gloves, Braces, Cardlgaa Jackets, ta Also, Cotton, Merino, Cashmere, Lambs Wool and Knit BOCK-", in
great variety. .
Also, HATS and CAPS, Ladles'and
Genu' RUBBRR GOODS and UM*
BRRLLAS.
In House Furnishing Goods
Carpets, Rugs, Window, Pole, with
Rings and Mountings, WlnaVw Holland
(Buff, Onen and Striped), Damask and
Cretonnes, Sheetings, Towels, White
Counterpanee, Bleached and Unbleached
Table Linens, Napkins, Tickings, Blank-
et. aad Arctic-down Quito, Table Cloths
and Co-"_t.
IN GROCERIES
Rvtrythlng found in a first-claas KeUb*
llahmsat, and tone bnt the best. Canned
Gooda, Prnita, Metis andVtgtUblii.
I d.tt-nr cheap DMAs. I deal bay
l-i_«r_e*plheB, Mt I elkr yen tk.
best and al tke lewnl price tk.yeu_t
sale al, and yMg_l what wewptesft
I.UJ.60   YJIAC   3HT
Oppoaite the Colonial HotoL
^vjwjjjjOJ. ia.*.-1 wen
m
's Straw
-»— - *"■'' * i -w w-_--~
■.*>*. j/i-'io'iS5i*>T,T "jo _3.*--ita.'5S
;m_^ilm\_^..J-'Ui M.lowtrf SUT.
riuit+m'
ii; -,ta ..)» _v
• ; _).* aflHT<-Hi
Anti i*m
..i/,-riJ_tl_
By calling and making an
of our SPRING GO0DS,you ^fflli.
for Price, Quality and Elegtat D«8igi-«,
tbey eaiinot be equalled-iS^ewli^fe".*.-'' '.'"" v
Dressmaking oii the Premises.
(JFAgents for thc Doniestic Sfewihg Machftc':$#$; £J
...tt ■-.■'. : *i" i -,_tw*«i*ii»U"«^    .--
WALKEh  & 8HADWEULV
dwap6tc:; :; 'ir    N£W.3^^^l3K_C^Hr;
 __: ___!. L___ -   1-<     •.■*.-■■   ..llUvi.fllliM.tf.
.-.*.-.-!• ttt*iit  _-...>.»-,...
_   _ . ..       -. 'tflnCt.fl
c II..jJ.!A!i-.,»] Ul-1.1 !«__!!.«■.»
Notice of Sate
PUR9U-NT TO EXECUTION' 1^^ W W ^
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BMTIM COLUMBIA.
MILLS * HUTCHRSOK, PLaiNTim;    !
john Mcpherson a co., ?_._..irra;;
,3. IMQl Saw,
V. L. AH6EBS0_f. D__n___>T.
IN OBEDIENCE TO WRITS OF ?L FA., ISSUEDOU»0F HI_-8W______
Conrt of Britith CalnmbU, at Viotoria, on the PitJsatasMa day ef Apttt,MWr-
and on the Nineteenth day of April, 1887, rerpeetlvely, and ta me d_cv«t«4 ja-liW
above-named suits, for thc sums of 1382.72, debt and taxed costs, to»_hM*«dl|$i
interest upon tho same at the rateof 4 per centum per annum from the lfcth day
of December, 1885, and $360.30, debt and taxed costs, together with interest upon
the tame at the rate of 4 per centum her annum (rem the llth day of Deeiidtef,
. 1885, besides Sheriff'a Fees and Poundage, Ac., I have aeiaad Ma) w_l till by * JMf ■>
tion, atthe Court Honse, New Wettminiter, on Taesdiy tke till •» tl R»|S
188J, at 2 o'clock p.m., sll the right, title and iuter-rtof thcaaM-P-_vtA_4ttao*
In the lands u described in Ibis advertisement, or rafficiei-t thereof, to satisfy the
judgment debts and eipenst. in than actiona, subject to a mortgage tor llxfiW "■
and interest on the laid nnttgnge at 10 per centnin per annum from tho 26th daV
otNovemher, 1883.   i ■-:'■..'- id! n. I    ■:>., et tntimtit,
msSmmmm&emv-i
New Weitminiter.
Lott -5,-28 and :
Group II.
coxciai bkceii-tios
. of r«oi_mr. be.
Agricnltnral Land.'1 .lial
j|.J uie.; tnttetpss*
Bill •-.' lew
Thc Judgments were registered in the Land Registry Office, New W-istaitstt.,';
against said finds, on the -Oth day of D___n-tt, UW,   ■ *"J* ;;; -1'' ^ *l>-''<" *■»'»
dmyOtd     ' -v«y. T. Aib>tfS--^aya.i'S^i&jCt, .
Also a large  assortment  of   SILVER  PLAT?©   WARE  '
KNIVES, fORKS, SPOONS, &c.   ","': """'" ,$$S_
_2? All Goods guaranteed to be as represented.'  ,   .    .,    ,
C. M. WIcNaughten,
d-r-iaiotc Colonial Block, Nc# Westmlnsler, 9s'-C,■-■"•'■ •■'
.     *   -   -    .    ..... Tj^uj*,
New
The "CLOBE HOUSE"
TTAVE RECEIVED A LARGE AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK Of   ,, ','-
Dry €^^t^4m;":uS9^S&,
Ladies' and 0hildren'o Underwear,
cmidrea's While aid colored mutt, far *u age*, at im. price-
Abo, . variety of Bed QllltS IBO L4t. CirUlU, FUtJlMf. ,
Satins, VelTett and YelVeleCMt «d Everytliiag Iwp* te ■* __K>l_ea
Dry Goods Shop.      larinapeotUiii invitod.'^P'ff H omlmf__
^Wjssi.    3_t-__k»3Ec.  _^.-*-
dwaplfle *M
If You Want a Good Meal
—00 TO—
iu. nnn stmvt
NBW RESTAURANT
•a mat Mftfl.
dapSHnl
e. I. Atkemi.
t. IrleMM.
ACKERMAN BROS.,
CONTRACTORS 3 WILLI
B-laaale. Wv« aa Wark aaywkrrt In
tkeriir.ar I'.anlrv.
PEttKEOT 8ATI«l'-.V('7Hi%*  (.i'\l!\N*
TKED IN Al.l. C.VHI-V.
We have como to Slav and iieisiitm rnn
templatlng bulldlnlt will do wrll lo see u -
before gtvini their (iinirmls.
dwmblltc Hew Weninintler, ■*« It.
Municipality of New
Weitmlnster.
XT0TIC8 ISHCMBY OIVBN TO THR
a„#«ra.rt!»s_f'-'„S''S;
is now open lor IMpMlln. ai ibe
omcc of tbe City ClarkianjcTthai a Court
of Revision and Appeal will lirbelil atthe
Counell Chambers on the loth day nf
May neit, at 13 o'clock noon, lo hear
any complaints against the assessment
lor tb. present year.
dent-* rt *_!_-_ A. Mwnmoif .eM__
WHITE
IS KING.   *_
.0 ivau'iid ai'*. ;v i
C. J. .JMMMRt.;-:
c.irtift'-ii-^^-^f'Miv:;
OHT THE DAILY COLUMBIAN
-IliTimeh., Ool
Dtllvmd in tb. Cltj daily..-Bo. per week
.._ reHlaittSB^-riittlnsef
Hon, 10ets. per Una Mild nonpareil; each
B-e.guDleieMaillTelaiFrtlon.3el_.per
..n_y_*P^«f«J__f_!?*' *>r"
ir_r&.
Ike Trial of Shearer.
•El ARE-tATWt
to bo under a clqiifo' spatm. Hany of
.> j the symptoms lie   exhibited    were
those of epilepsy,.alllumtyh  inany of
tlio* ijnij-loms • Vfero": ""* mralUg." I
.,  ,,. a -,.   .        . jmtF ,,'i watched liim about  Uir_6-i-iiBrt«s of
H it »<**.9a"-      W ¥.   T an hour,' and'during that  time thero
At about 5 o'clock yesterday after-' •      *"lfl11 "
noon the jury panel was completed
l_elolldwi_ti_*theji)Arfs: Jas.Fox
w_T k-ra-sl fad at toll
• ir.--"-	
^'•*1M*1*-* ■»■• '*■> «
e»___llMI__i .mone raadlBf mailer,
» Ms. per Ua. eacb Insertion.   Specials
ealilaf atteatloa te advertisement., lOcta,
partlaa.
Births, If arrlaaes and Deatbi.tl for eaoh
_-i^jas_it2h'ic_ji.,SBoD'cii°"
Aaattaa, lalss. wkep dlsplayed,ehaned
t>Jrtr,*il.l__._l>akli»asleBta-vis. D
-nlKUMi_W_!ia__Kili_taTrateV
TMC WetKLY COLUMBIAN
hsaei every Wednesday a.ramg.
Sillvered la the CHI., per year............._l.(IO
all*-, per year 2.00
aiitf.Jmonllis..............  l.a
wtts-rMnNM iaha
Traasleal AAva-Hatasiikt-.—First Insertion, wets, per line solid nonpareil; anb-
must insertions, SctsTperllBs.
For 1 Inch,
 ior
— _  added
■neSSrV-UMa iimii i-*.dlni matter,
cta,_t.r Iin. Mich insertion,
la nut-.an metal,and for laraeculs
 i.wlll kejiarted. No advt.
    ttt.
lasalhanimoa, It per cent, will twadde
mkmm
*f.
(_*_*■__. ••*!*-'HW'-W''*^*_!__
Notice .\'.'.'.'.'.*.'.'.'.'.'.W.'__Lewit
IvtalM. Bay It, IM.
tHrfneaa Lot on Mcrchanta Square
(_la*Jy>ilad) for tale by Hand fere...
■     "v^ ; J•.. dntSte
Sew, lot: of- ladies' Embroidered
Co-tauta, Parisian style*, at J. Ellard
AO.* '<i '■-■■!  my«to
A be aaaortment ot Embroidery
ditWt from Switaeriand, at J Ellard
*-$**i.;:.'"' .. " -nydto
Attention ia oalled to the announce
mm,___^__L_________ _y__*_*m__nm LJ_,    Hftll
■MRrlrMHini   ■■UIU|IVUH- «6    DVTlll)
the phctographMa.       ,,..
We ate reqateted to aay that the
newaion train to North Bend on the
«thHay will go from Vancouver at
well aa from this eity, to that the people from the salt chuck may participate., Xicnraioniats will be provided
With meals fer 00 ota. at North Bend.
... .e-saae-s_____s .. .
Try Die safe, pleasant, ind effectual
worm killer, Mother Graves' Worm Ex
' (| nothing equals it. Ftocnre
* ■ Mt home. _"F
•iWTheoouhiil, at
ita ipe-ST _-.*% m evening, voted
|400 towards the relief of the Nanaimo
aulfereia. The Hyacka have voted
$100 fo. tkeeam. purpoa..
Arwolntim was
t tvtniig tell-)
a of thantt to tho Main*
in providing'tuoh'a splendid tumult
for JM eoovairaiip. o. th, Royal -for-
aooaget to the celebration grounds on
«_* .,.,,„,.„
" Fo» in Naxaimo Svnrnna. —The
following
Hyack	
eolved thai a deoatioa of «100 ke for-
•wu^ft-fflg-Ji-• ftoium-ut, to
the Hyack Fire Oompany to the tuf-
fereat from |fce reoent disaal»r at Nn*
rttnlii
mm,'
enKd
memben.—J. HcM.arav, Seo.
♦ __--
io«^!__Sn®rf*ttet<^
minster Woollen Manufacturing Co.
the following gentlemen were chosen
directnra tor the ensuing year: Jamn
Btti.'50^J5nn!2-*
, and D. Drysdale.   Ilie
have- aueceeded in placing
" iMflu*'*!wfof>**
Belief.
Peflun-Xtytniean...
HnfckFlrtCo.........
_fiyCo___l..........'.
.t».»0
. 100 00
. 400 00
I>uUle|ihtcri|ftloni
W-
♦672 50
. 600
$117- SO
jBrOontiy#|-)*<t beaeknowl-
edged In tht OouisauMit reported
b?Ri
(foreman), Albert Evans, James Burnett, Jamea tJraig, William Johnson,
W. W. Forrester, Wiarton Drunskell,
_1mothi*poka, .Jftehi. fi* T
' Jeat^i OotjpGeo. Cd-tli,
Hr. Wilson in opening the case for
the: crdwn nftngd. the iuiy to the
direct ewdtpio a|nt_tt tlie prieoner.
THS c_«. pi-ettnteda pcculi-rity.' The
jury would be called on to decide on
two issues, viz.: that of the guilt of
Shearer, and aa to whether he was
aane at the time of the commiitbn of
the deed. He exhorted the jury to be
guided by their eoniraon sense in arming at a deeiaion. No doubt tho
counsel for tho prisoner would attempt
to prove that the prisondr committed
tho crime while under a delusion. No
motive had yet been ascribed for Uio
crime. ' It waa not necessary, in a deed
like thia, that (here should be a motive.--  ;jr.>XB.ti  '.<s3il>
The fint witness called was E. P.
Hamilton, who,, being sworn, related
the circumstances of the killing of
Hume on the C.P.R. wharf on the
ino-umg of the 6th of May. He had
conducted the prisoner to the Court
House and had given him into the
custody of the sheriff. When witness
had asked prisoner why lie murdered
'___? ^Kf'J^W&rZM
„ MW^t'OOTf-W-iFl
Shunted me,
■"■   v __H l_-_Il_B„__-__r '■'■  '
Il4'.l\ptom 3_* .HP ?g». e_BUy." He
had never thought prisoner foolish or
insane; - The pritbnet had only been
working for him 2 days, when he committed thd crime.
Chaa. Carrol, sworn, said: "I wua
working with prisoner, unloading a
aoow on the O.P.R. wharf, nt the time
ot the murder. The prisoner had
never shown siitns of insanity in my
presence. The prisoner is a littlo deal,
consequently he appears to act stupidly at timet,.. The prisoner plays cards
well, -1 played with him ihe night be
fore the murder.
, Hilton Whiting, sworn, aaid: ''I
knew prisoner in Murno's logging
camp from Dec*. 1886 to June 1880.
I have had good opportunity of knowing the pri-tmer. nigftlAWPIU-"'
tected anything strange in his manner.
The prisoner and I left the camp together. Sinoe the prisoner's incarceration I liave had a conversation with
him, during which I asked hiin why
he had murdered Murne. I do not
ramember hia answer."
John Whetstone, sworn, laid: ''I
waa working, on wharf at the time of
'the murder. I helped to convey
Murne'a bodv to Dr. Coopcr'a oilice.
I have not known prisoner long. I-
have noticed nothing atrauge iu hit
manner."      . ; i\ -i A'--
Dr. Coeper,. awonvlfBi*: "Miirne
died in niy oBBef There>er_ etovon
wounda in his body. I hold the post
mortem. Murne died from the effects
pf the wounda,"-* .-_-■•_::-•
" «M)AT*8 rKocfiEiilNiij;'
. Tkepritoner wat brought into court
•til*) this-b-miiig. Shortly»ftor|
bring put in the docktho pritoner wit
■Mjied with ,an.j_raarep^ ^Ijto1''0 *■*!
and had to he remved from court.
Court then adjourned uutil 2 o'clock..
Si.'!  auwai-larr-To.        .;,-;
Court opened at 2:15 this afternoon.
Mr. Attiikbn—-"If your lonlship will
allew me, Ih»- jmtr-had a consultation with Olt Iriwner and I find that
he ia incompeteut to instruct me. The.
prisoner hsd an epileptic lit thit morning, and it now in a very exhausted
atate.   I mutt, therefore, apply for
mAi™,A*\».n, #..• .j.mm.1 dayt.       •'
ani 1H
ei.tho prisoner it-|
in a fit atate to inatruot you or not?"
Hr. Wilton—"I'll tell you how ynu
adiouapient for aevv-l
Xr.iMtinion, wh_Se_t
in a fit atate to inatruct ]
Hr. Wilaon-"I'll tell.
cau tell, my lord.  Call Dr. Mclnues.'
Mr. 4tki_aon-''I submit tli»t all
the medical' wHnesses for'the defence
be called." ,
Hia lordship—"Oii, 1 cannot allow
ft"
Dt Mclnlip-..aaltpl, swim—^'Kfis-3
oner, la at tine aane waa yeBtordayT"
Orott cxainined by Mr. Atkinson—
I taw prisoner this morning. He was
Emulating an epileptic'lit." - I.1UI
Mr, Atkinaon—"Ho waa what)"
Dr.' Mclnnes—"Ho was simulating
an tpflliHJo Bt"   "   A IT I'i       -"'.
Hr. Wilton—"Thero, my lord, I
submit that the learned counsel take
tlit place at the bar nnd uot jump into
the witness box."
Hr. Atkintou—"I'm not iu the wit-
box."   (Mr. Atkinaon hero walks
1M6&«
|tht taltaet tf __• ■____ we are d..
 ' >0fKap.kat*
JavtyW-d-iWi
■. m_\ -Wyye_tf ^Kjaj^nfV
Vfrilfflfri
*lt_M_M__i * mam-i
ip-~-"-teiit__Ri_n{ tniu'st
beg of you."
Mr. Bole—"Thank you, Dr. nfcl"-
net, thank you.. You can take your
teat now."   (Dr. M.. takct hit stat-V ',
Henry Boxhern, it ho keepa a candy
store at the 0. P. R. depot, and M:>.
Ogilvie, who worka in Mr. Townaeud'a
li?«ry ttable, wero then oalled nnd corroborated the statements made by the
antaiD or lvnohiko.
Hr. Edwards, a guard >f .1% new
jail, being aworn, aaid, "I took the
iritoner to jail on the morning of the
luider.   On entering hit .cell lie aaid
I me "Are you going to lynch niel"
I antwered "No. Every mas in thia
countrygete a fair trial. Thiaanswor
aeemed to remove the prisoner's fear.
On the road to jail I asked him "Have
you been drinking!" He antwered
"Yea,'',  ,.: ..,,..,,
Jailer Hornby, .worn, taid, "The
the pritoner wit crying ahd ee_Vto me
'It'i the lint time anyone in the
family haa-had handcub on-'.-Tho
jvriaoner Wm ill in Ike faelPiif thia
morning, He aeuraed to hare an epi-
leptlo At, He has liad none of theee
fife while iti j_U. I have known the'
..deeoaeed Mane along time.', Ihavo '
heard different ttoriea concerning hit
He
.  tiuiaacr ro wut towbb. „
f, JSi. Cooper, aworn, aaid:   VI taw
the ptitonet thit ttoraing.
woro several repetitions of the spasm
I am of the.opioiou that the spasms
weretu.jeot tothe will power ot the
prisoner. Inthq first .plsce, the prisoner was conscious, aud ho turned his
head toward v/i* when spoken, to.
There- was not tbat absence of
blood from - the -face tliat should
accompany :on epileptic fit. The
face.-of--the aubject *of. one of
tliose fits is always pale dnring the fit;
I have praoticed medicine many yeara,
and have attended many cases of opi-
lepsy,.. Paleness of. the face, lose of
ccnscioiisness, and bltienossnf the lipt
are symptoms common to all cases of
epilepsy. A porson may hnve the convulsion; iind uiuy fake a mauia-instead
of the Convulsions at certlan tibiea.
Peter Kioffcr.Buffalo, says: 'I waa bad*
ly bitten by a horse a fe.w days ago, and
was induced by a friend, who - witnessed
the occurrence,' to try Dr. Thomas' Ecleotrio OU. It relieved the pain Immediately, and in four days the wound was completely hauled. Nothing can be better tor
feir»-%__&1Ws;ft»_
thercartj. Imitations onthe market.
O'BRIEN IN CANADA,
He Goes Ibr Landsdowne.—
Is Tenderea an Eu
By Associated Press. .-.',,
O'BMKN   IK CANADA.
MoxmsAi, May 11.—William O'Brien, edftor of United Ireland, arrived here this morning His journey
wna without incident. At St. Johns,
Quebec, a deputation from the Montreal National League boarded the
train. Ah immense crowd waa present
on the arrival of the train in thu city,
and cheered lustily aa Mr. O'Brien
stepped on the platform. An address
of welcomo wns read by the president
of the National League of Montreal.
Hr. O'Brien, in reply, thanked hia
fellow-countrymen for their'hearty reception and predicted, from thia auspicious beginning, success to hia million.
He then went on to aay, "I came not
to offer offence to any section or dust
of tlie Canadian people-quite the contrary. I come not to meddle in Canadian affairs, not to deal with the career
of -Lord- Lansdowne- at governor-general,, but.,as tho cxterniiuutor of 5000
human beings. This being a free
country We cannot, expect everybody
to find with us, but I believe we have
auch: strength nnd justice and truth
upon our aide that when all havo heard
out Btory'they will, be convinced, and j
the Canadian people' will stretch out
their, hands'- and eave -the Uvea and
properties of these 5000 poor tenants
of Lugucurran, for both or. at-tliis
moment nt your -_peicy and fn your
hands." There Waa a trcmcndoUB rush
to shake hands with Mr. O'Brien at
the conclusion of the speech. His
first regular campaign speech will be
delivered this evening.
,_ a «ra_.t_H_«.     j i      \
M-_TH_A_, Msy 11.™ From tlie
complete tectes- in o»ry way attending the Meeting this evening at which
Editor Wm. O'Brien, of United
Ireland, delivered his address against
Lord Lansdowne, most of tho rumors
have been ditcreditod r___rdliig anything in the naturo of a disturbance.so
far at all events ns jhi* city it cm
IriXFa-^X_g_r TlSt Tiall7
which ia capable of accommodating
2,000 pepplo, wet tilled by an en'huei.
aatic audience, aiuuig who*, tat a
large representation of French Canadians. During aevenl stages of the
addresa Lord Lansdowne's name waa
of
O'Brien aaid: "My first duty is 10
thank the people of Montreal, and
from the bottom of my heart I do to,
for tha extraordinary kindnesa I have
received since I entered this beautiful
city, both from Uiu.e
mo and poet t.om _
mc. I desire to tackle tlie quosl
why lj bave wipe to Canada to ask a
hearing And ask your sympathy. I
will tell you in plain words: It ia b«-
cautt the people' bf Luggacurran far
'away ate desolate tonight,tnd became the man who it responsibly. fur
it it here in the highest pott of honor
in thit great free land. I am only a
stranger, no doubt, nnd Lord Lansdowne it a very grent, rich' lord, but
judging by the feeling I hav* eaperi*
enced in Montreal to-day I don't think
there ia auy need of apology for cum
ing hero in the hour of need tu claim
your sympathy and your assistance to
aavo Buffering tenantrjun Ireland fi
extermWatliHi «/',<Oa__da- giiV
general. It ia un pleasure tu worry
you with our grievances, but where
else are we to turn when Lord Laos-
dnwne sends soldiers aud armed police
todi,»nm**V\m »»'ttlff*
currun and Ding the old men and lit*
itlu children Intu the ditches. Our en*
ciuiot are not content' with dimming
us ip a physical aenso, Tlia lory government are passing a coercion. bill
through parliament to disarm m even
of our organization to break down the
one protection tho tenant! of' Ireland
have left, to place ul on a p.ank bed
If we attempt to mould publio .opinion
ngiinst such cruel deeds. Lord-Liui*
duwne't whole oountry may be awent
toorganiie a' publia meeting' or- tp
write on article in a ntwtpapar de-,
nouncing it, , Where are we to turn if
nut' 111 puldio opinion, to, kindred
landtl Or is It to be a crime also for
|;us to appeal to you alto, our"country-
'-men'and our kindrsdt You oan lave
tha tenantry of Luggacurran, and you
alone. Yuu cau aave thtm from the
fato that overtook perhape Ihe fathers
o\«mimmHm'f¥,m
sg.i, in the great clearances when
.landlords had il .11 tlieir own .way in
Ireland.' II we come to Canada to
ask you to lioff iend nt and to s*.v. nur
penplci, it is because this Is not tlio
first tinw, that Canada ,|ia|: (duod -bar ■
i wt tn the Irish )wople and tlmir. op-,
praasiirt- Oar great loader Parnell*
baa aaid lie Haver «_a_i«iiU-9_g__f._te
world for alma for frith landlordiiin.
__^_^_^_^_^_^_^m_^_^_^__2_-_^_^_^_.
We are now.begging »ot for alma, but
to enable us to up_i»_ that whole systom of Irish landlordism. Wo don't
conje to_-_sk for 6ity tliousaud pounds
fAohanVany more, but to «r you
to consider what use Lord Lansdowne
is making of the twenty-five thousand
pounda which yoligiv. or Whioh fou
enable him to get, end if that be put
to a bad and inhuman uie we ask you
to convey your censure on LamdownB,
aa you have "a pe'r'fejpl'right' to'do as
tho free citizens of a self-governing nation. The day Vou. tind Lord Inns:,
downe home with the stamp of Canadian dissatisfaction on his brow you
will enable us 'to laugh at coercion
and strengthen the arret of Qladttone
to put an end tp evictions for oil
time." Mr. O'Brien quoted'Trom a
lengthy roport In thoDubliiiFre«naii'«
Journal of til. eviotions on Lans
dnwiie'a estate. He then described incidents attending the tame evictions,
in which the tged and infirm were
thrown out of their cabins, helpless, in
tlio enow and rain. He proceeded:
"The Luggaitarran tenants woro
honest, peaceful and inoffensive so far
as crime is concerned! The locality ii
limply stainless. During those bar.
barous o-iotiona not a blow was struck
nor a atone flung. I call upon you to
let Lord Lamdowue and the' world
|. know that when Canada stretches an.
arm to Ireland it ia not to wound or
subjugate her, but to save her."
O'Brien closed with a glowing picture
of Ireland's gratitude to Canada when
home rule ahould be received, and waa
cheered again and again. Before
leaving the hotel fur lhe meeting
O'Brien tent the following telegram to
. t'rl Mayor Howland of Toronto: .'Jfit-
ceive you have convened a meeting of
citizent of Toronto to demand official
prohibition of my meeting. If you
will in fair play procure me a meeting
I shell esteem it a privilege tu attend
the meeting to explain the motives- of
my visit."' After arriving at lhe hall
and befqre the meeting openedO'Brion
drew up the following resolution, whioh
after he had concluded his address was
passed amid an Outburst of cheering:
"Resolved, that this meoting of citizens of Montreal is of. Opinion ihat
Lord Lauidowne't contemplated depopulation of the .Loggncurraii ettate
it unjust, cruel and oppressive, and
deserves the condemnation of. t!.e Canadian people." O'Brien will speak
in Quebec on Hay 14, in Kingston
the 10th, Toronto the 17th, and Ottawa the 19th. Lord Lansdowne is in
Toronto to-day, where he it being
feted and welcomed, and mnny persons express tho opinion that when
O'Brien reachca there, and again at
Kingston, tho Orangemen will try to
rails a disturbance. At the conclusion ofthe mealing O'Brien, responding to a vote of thanks, said: " Wo
were threatonod if we dared oome
here we might never get away alive.
Lansdowne muat now believe the oor •
trary. or if he dnet not-I cm only pity
hiin, for he hna neither eyea nnr ears."
The resolution coiideuiniiigLanadowue
waa cabled to the Luggacurran tenantry, after which Ihe entire audience
stood up aud joined in singing " Ood
Save Ireland,' hiasing and groaning
for Lansdowne. Avast crowd went
to the railway ttation and met Dcnnit
Kilbride, the ovioled Lansdowne tenant, and escorted him amid cheering
to the St. Lawrence hotel, where
O'Brien ia staying.
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' Mr. T.-O. Wells, Chemist tnd Druggist, Port Colborne, Ont, writes: "Nor-
throp A Lyman's Vegetable Diicovery
and Dyspeptic Cure sells well, and gives
tbe best of satisfaction of sll diseases of
the blood." It never fsits to root Out
ail diseases from the system, cures Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, etc.; purines
. 1 tho blood, aud will make you leak the.
ir j picture of health and happiness.
Condensed Dispatches.
Norman' W. Stubbt, a Touilambo:
colonitt, committed lUicidc at Thumn,'
Aria.
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haa no equal for removing these
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to ... ■" ~ —
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morf-Jomnltle ,-  ^- •' ■■-
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Raihple of New
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No. «, nnisli-d In Pine
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st, Toronto.   Hend stamps
•t wori.
eonl.  Write ..
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lor reply.
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0^»ira«.,l^« _y,„oq iff,*,. I
Piano Tuning,
MR.O. II. OOODWIN; OF VICTORIA,
wtHvUltNcw WcHtrntnstec shortly.
ifewilnyB.  Ofdor*- for tnnlng mny be
left nt Lyal's Hoofcatore.
dftpaito.'-*?     QOODWIW &*JOIW>AN,
Drj.ft, Found.;
POUND  IN .TOW  CI1JY.   Ai DRAFT
on an Ontario Bank,  The owner ls
re'ine-itcd   to  prove proporty nnd pny
charged.   Ap^Jt^tluVHtojf- -*
tl my lite
ts__msmm,
.. . Front Btreet.
County .Couqg
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll the County Court set lor Wednesday
tno iiili May, 1887, will bo postponed, to
Wedncsday-flie Istdny of■.uneJWK'
By Ordor,       '        .' '.''. '
dmytwl E.A-.JENNs;B.fe'p.;
CHURCH "STREET.
MAItBI.E AND GRANITE W6RK At
nil kinds,. Call and Inspect be/ore
piitninlziiij. IkIuikI oapital.   I leave my
work to spnak (or Itself.  S. ».-_• Up.
lirenlli-c-H empliiyrd.       ,..,,
dwnpllllc AIjEX.llAMILTON.
Cheap for Gash.
MR, ANDltfcW t-_A*t,*,HOritCn*OR'r
MoKonitlo St., Is anlhorlKoil to wil a
in of 100 acros for 83.1)00. T«e soil U
tho very ilwNtlii the provlnnt'imtltboftirm
li cut In two bythe Nicomekl river,In
which there Ihu never-*. aI lln* supply «rf
trout. There is nir orehanl, good house
and burn and 20 aores In timothy. There
nre n flchool honse and ehtireh within a
mile of the fnrm and the roads nre Iii
prime condition.   •  .  . |*OIJ <!.viip2i.ml
III Ike Mallei- at Ilie Estnte  of tie R.
Morae, iteiie-ttsetf i_iter.tafW.c'
iL'suub mrR'TiiK est!.T-- ot
the late Ji-Ei Miirm. must- M pnid to
undersigned forthwith; pud ull per-
i having claims ngnlnst thosntdEt-
f1
the
sonn   -.. .._.   _.
tate must send tn their accounts, duly
vorlfled, to the unrteralRned at New Wcst-
mlnsteronor beforo tho7th day of July,
A. P. I88T. /
Dated nt New Westminster the7th Key,
A.D.1W7. H.A.JBNNB,"
dmj'7m2 ,TJia U Administrator,
Land Rt-ftlstry Ordinance 1870.
Lol No. HI. IJroup I, Mew W«ftfMlMt*r
nisirlei. ''<
WHEREAS THE <'EI1TIFI0ATE OF
Title of J-inu-N i-hiirle.. Prevtwtto
tho above lot han henn lost, or destroyed
and applicittloi. h«» been made forn du-
pllcutu thereof; notico Is therefore hereby
6Won thatarrosliCortlflciiteor TIUewFn
e Issued In lieu of thnt so lust or destroyed, In one month from thedate hereof.   ■-■
_ W. ARMSTRONG,
Depnty Heulirtrar.
I_nntl H»'i(1stry Oltleoi     ■■■ ■ -■
New Westminster, 6th Mny, 1887.
         dmy-.tnl
Mk Stock M
LADNER'S LANDIN8.
NOTICE nf SALE
■ —nv— -   ''
75 Head of Cattle,
8 Work Hones, 4 Marea In foal, I
Colt, and an as*»rlniciit of Agricultural  Jlachlueri,  In.   '
1 eluding % Bclf-Hlndrrs, .
8 Wngont, *«., And
im  8«t of Harness.      . .
TT N. RIOH HAS tiKCBIVED IN-
XI, struellons to Iniilnili' ItioabOTeln
Els Hal. at tlie Delia Hlinik Yard mi Wed.
■radar, Jn-esih, IHSI. „
aar'IfartheriiiiSiesaroiiolielti'cl,
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Auction
BBIDBE ESTATE.
ii JtJW.d l.ia
RE
J' >Y ORDER QVf TUB AUMIJfl«TRA-
> torofthealmi.EMate.IwUl'Mll.lby
iibllo Auction, on the premises, vls.i—
Lot 271, Oroup I, North shore of Burrard
Inlet, opposite the Oity of Vnncouver, on
Monday.he 16thInst.,
AT ID O'CLOCK NOON!     ■
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, I --yra_..M Hirer.
t t.ye.rmt raltea. a ■•__».and- I,|
Mho, Bhi anda Quanllly of Hunsebald.
FarallHre.
Terms made known brftiretho snlo commences. flMi t IA ^jum^,
• drovnid i-j'i AueUonNr.
0Q0ds;^SoirtM asn_b11ows: •
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every Department:, including Men's Clothing and _TJ(lilshliigr
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