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Array Hon A i_ J. Davie
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NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. 0., MONDAY EVENING, MAY 10, 1887,
-TOMBER 1U
3Q_ I COME   AND  SEE1
»!____,
tile
EC. C.
;e
W.   H.   HOLDEN,
XIAVINO    TAKEN    FOCOSKSSION   OP
_________  tlie   "Temper.™. Hou.e," fronting
onOolnmbla and Cbureh Streets, opponlte
the   EplKopal Choreic, -and now Known
"FARMERS' HOME!
•Will  aoeommoiate the traveling publio
mt. the followrlns rataat
BomTdperday.  ..—.•_.—.......——.......fl 00
"       ^*   wmk   ...;_. _..-■ 6 00
Slnacle -_-le»I-i.„———.........—....—...—.     96
.   Bad*..
_<3ood aoeommodattol
tusSaitmt*.
Flowers for sal*
for Ladle, and
myOtc
BS,
______
c. Mcdonough
;•*-• •; -WU*/y-tSSt,&   TAK-RT    .
-LandtMMn'rs Baf MfUK- Front St.
. (F*ormM*ly occupied by Kyle At Tllton),
IS    NOW   READY
*o servo bl« eastomen and everybody
with um good ___■ itook u __ man wenti to
■elect from.
tttuowrue* ■■■#■» .fee.
Oome «nd aee thit nenr place, and let u«
know what you thick, of it.
dwoelBtc C. XoDONOtfOH.
CHARLES MURRAY.
CLARK80N   STREET,
opp. ___es__.tr]. Oflee, New Wetfr.
Sign asd Onamntal hinting.
»WC. W-_J__-__, KA180I_1NIK-1,*0.
WALL  PAPER.
_T—e laigaat auortmenl
Ira t._ae City, comprlalngr ■
atlw._3._i oxa hand mt botto
8leal  on  wire wr at   •/*
torn. Oolumbia e
apoolally low ratea,
Tlio  laigaat aaaortment of Wall Paper
_-^       ._._. n#wa>t pattern.,
 . _.    nn pricea.   Samoa,  winw at   T.   B. Pearaon * Co.'a
ten, Oo(umbla et.    raper kawtauat
E. HUTCHERSON,
NCRSKRyUA-.   4. DEALER IN
Frnlt. and Ornamental Trees.
-WOT
ta Isn't yc_«a
endtd
n-lilob
blip.
_na l
fi
IE
s.
UAONKII-I   UAWOH.Q.   B. O.
IBB SOBSCRIBER -WISHES TO IN-
. form the people ot Britiah Columbia.
at lio baa eata_.llal.ed a Nursery at Lad-
jr*M JL-andlu-r. and la prepared to fill
.1 orders, for Frnlt Treea. Ornamental
-a.__.es__ Sbrabbery, Vlnea, small Frulta,
Ac Trees Imported or bome crown ae-
eordliia tothe vrlahea of enitomen, The
subscriber baa bad a thorough practical
training tn tbe bnatneaar, and Ua-rlna a
permanent stake tn tbe oountry It la hia.
Interest to deal fairly wltb the publia, He
will wait _
tlementa al—
hlaperaonal
auiao
tbe—arlooa
.and alloc
-___£.
aet-
ave
New Westminster
MARBLE WORKS
THE   ABOVE -WORKS    HAVK   BEEN
opened   In   tbe Building formerly oo-
eupled   t»r Moigan tbe Barber,
•ne   Boor Wast of Dickinson-. Batcher Shop.
Call and Inapect our work aud obtain
prlees.
We are' the only practical Marble Cat-
•era on tbe Mainland.
Alwaya ln stoelc• a good aaaortment of
_*o_..7acE*raB,
HEAMITONES,
MANTLES, Etc.
RUDGE m MONCK.
Kew Weat., April 18,188T. dwaplgto
••« se.
___-____TT
D-htl_U
BSTABL18BKD  1859.
_RO_BT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Nearly opposite tke Ooloalsl Hetel,
NBW  WESTMINSTER.
rpHK    __-BOKST   AKD   CHOICEST
_|_      ■■■" 11 aa .■» of all daacriptlona of
MEAT8  AND VEGETABLES
Constan-ly on hand, and aupplled to Fam.
Reetanr«nta, aad Steamboat, at tha
I_OWJ_.IT POSSEBLK PBIOK8.
tbe   Mailer   er tbe  Eatate ar Ba.M
ter Upper anaa.
A I-'X' PERSON INDRBTED TO THR
^\. Estate of tl.e Iste David Well., muat
pay the amount of .I'll Ind. >_Ui_w lo Ine
aat Mew Weatmlnvter, B. C. forthwith.
And all penon. liavluK clnlm*. aanlnat
tie said finrteate mn.t __nd the name tn,
duly proved, on or _eforo loth Juno n__l.
Bated thia 1Mb April. A. _>., 1»W.
aplodmSwl Admlul'atrator.
WE HAVK APPLIED TO THR HON.
tbe Min later of tbe Interior fora
liMnae to ont and corry away timber from
taae follow'ln« desert lund trnet of land, altu-
ated in l_0"«rweet_alne_er Diatrlct:
Comnenelm at a .lake on the eolith
stele of DeB-ok ereek, on the went, aide and
about tlaree milea aoutb from the head of
_F-_M- I_attei tbenqe weat along the bank of
said oreek M obalna; thenoe aonth It
ehalu., thenee eaat do ebalua, thenoe
north eo ehalna to point ot eouimenoe-
B_ea_|  containing about 80 acrea, mora or
"^"""afUWKTTK SAWMILI. CO.. MX,
-V. N. Dr.
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel ot
purity, strength andwliolefrnmeneu. More
economical than tbo 0Mlu1uy-.--indN.and
cannot be sold ln oompe HI on wltn the
multitude of low test, Bhon weight nlum
or phosphate powders. Hold only In cant.
Boyal Bakiko Powprb Co., lot Well M»,
Kew York. Unly
Safe for Sale.
A NO. 10 TAYLOR'S SAFE, in rood
A. order; 81x16 Inches Uuclde; will be
aoid cheap.  Apply at tbla oflloe. dwfeUto
Shares for Sale.
-a nf,  8HABE8_ IN THE , BltUNETTE
. Nowyrocti,MnVrrotb,l»it."'_ dmbitlo
Sawmill Oo, Limited,
11 uo, .jin-iieu* _
H. L. DoBECK, Manager,
tnr. 1Mb, luff.        dmbltt
Land for Sale!
, ACRES PIBUT-CIjASS PRAIRIE
 I   Land on I.nlu bland. North Ann,
Frneor River.   Por  particular, apply at
thia office, urahloto
Stray *, UR.
aeeretanr.
dmylr'
n-rSoit
FOR   SALE.
ONB-HALP INTEREST IN tlio 1ANQ-
ley Saw and Pinning Mill: mill In
good order. Por particular, apply on th.
premises to H.V/EST,
Or, Meccan. DRAKE, JACKSON,
aplSto A HELMCKEN, Vletorla.
FOR SALE.
ACRKS OF  GOOD   FARMING
La>nda In tho Diitrict of New
./esimlnater.   WUl be eold In Lota to suit
purchasers.  Teiim Enny,
Apply to
WsBBSBggjgfa^
UX3.
Farm for Sale.
f-tONRISTING OF TWO LOTH OP US
■_> and l«l neree (whieh will be mid together or separately); 8 mile. Irom New
weatmlnater; flret-efau land; abont a
acrea dyked; balance Prairie and"—
will be aoid nt a bargain.
Applyto C.G. MAJOR.
__&>
eitni
Mew West minuter.
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
A FARM CONTAINING 3M ACRES-
_\ partly improved. Situated on th.
North Arm. Fruer River, abont tulle.
from New We.tmln.ter and about I mile.
from Vanconver. For particular, apply
to JAMEf. MILLER. Sea I.lend, North
Arm. or to JOHN SPROTT, Immigration
Agent, New Weatmlnater.       dWantml
1 SPAN DARK BAY MARES, I and i
1 yeara old; food traveller.; won alnil.
or double.
I Bay Bene. 8 jearaold; wofln .Ingle oi
double; nice ladiea*orionta* .addle hone;
very gentle.
1 t-eeated Baggy) i .print.; nearly new.
* Mate at Tt5e__y Bay on 'North Arm,
Fraaer river.
tIt>Ma.«alllalnwa. • kair-kkU. tall
■alaaaa Belllee.
AI«o-»ae anU aacajatk InMrat la
_*,«___.«.«» 6Hi
New Weat,, Nov. Uth, IM.      dwnoUte
For Slale!
700 ASSORTED FBOIT TBII8
FROM THB JEWELL NURSERY CO.,
Minn., cnn.l.llng ol
rairli
VIni'er Applem
Alao—a nlee tiKcwrtment ot Camel and
■aapberry Bnalwa, «i__e Viae., de.
Will bn_oldnaa«hole,orlnlotatotult,
and oil very roaeonable terma
JAMES WISE,
IlillUwtldtc
tstmel.
NOTICE.
r HEREBY GIVE NOTIOE THAT I
J. Intend milking application to the
Chief CommlMloaer of !<__. and Work,
for permlealon to purobaM two annir-
veyed l.lcnd. In Ihe South «■«<& Pja^r
River, lying to the aouth ot Lot an, Oroup
I, and containing IW acre., moreor lea,
STEPHEN IIINCHLIFFE.
May 2,18(17. dmy-mi
Wood and Goal.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS ON HAND A
lnrge qnantlty ot
BIST WELLINGTON LUIPCOAl
And uii anHirtnunt at
CORDWOOD,
Whioh he will .ell at loweit raUa. H.
will alao promptly attend Wall kind.ol
Ordera left at Mr. MoColl'..tot*on Co-
lnmhla atreet, or al. my hoiipe, DouilM
atreet, will meel Willi prompt attention.
IIKNRY ELLIOTT.
Mew Wettniliuter R. C, llylCKi
gailu fritwh Columbian
Monday Evealag, May Ifc IW.
rn-tonw Changes.
'Che following change, in the Canadian eoilom. tuiilT were announced is.
the home ut common, latt Thundajr,
and are now ih tone:
Shoe blaokinf, 30 per cent; barnen
and leather drwing 28 p ?; laundry
bluing. 30; add tit item 87, " illu.tr.t-
ed price lilt., adlrertialng calendar,
gild altuauact" and tn item .19 the
Word. '• nut illuatialed;" t» item 51,
41 br.ee., etc.." 35 pc; button., vegetable irory, hum . j oiiiiiocnitlon, 10c
grot, and 3D p c; all other, 25 p c.
' Bnggiu, him wagona, etc., railway or Mght eiilt, pt_M_t_ cut. nr
gigi, oming leu Mian 850, $10 taeh
-ni,l 201> c;. orating 850, and nnder
$100,15and 20p_, and all cottlng
$100 and orer, m fe.
Ootton threada on apooU,'25 p c.
Item 137, i_ani, ale, 85 no; ptint*
ed or dyed ootton fabric., 32$ p ....
Demijohn, ot jug., chum, and
crock., 3 cent, per gallon.
Kai then.are, .touewaro, Kvclting*
hum, white' granite,'iron, alono-Rt.,
cream colored, and all nut' elsewhere
apeoitied, 35 p c.
Flag ihme", .awn, etc., $2 per ton,
Glaa. oarboy., demijohn., bottle,
and deoantor., and Suit, aud phial.,
leu than four ounce., SO p. o.; Ha.Ua
and phial. 4 or., and over, telegraph
and lightning-rod in.ulaton, jar. and
5Hh ball, and table ware, 10c per
oztn piecisa and 30 p c.
fluid and aiUer Ian. 30 p o.
Sewing machine., $3 .pecific aid 20
po.
Sole leather, 3o per lb.
Japanned, patent or enameled leather, 25 p c.
Liquorice root parte, 2c pet lb.
Floor oil cloth, 5c per aqoar- yard
•nd 20 p e. Oilcloth par item 318, 5c
per -c-oare yard and 16 p e.
. Paper hanging., brown blank., 3c;
white grounded and aatin paper., 3c;
tingle point brontei, 7c; colored
bronui, 9c; oniboued btonte. lie;
colored burden, narrow 8c, wide 10c;
bmuw burden,, narrow 15c, wide 18c,
ami cmbciued burden 20c per each 8
yard, in all above oun.
Paper, calendared or not, 26 p e.
Ti.«ue paper for manufacture., 10
pc.
Pioklea in bottle. 40o; in balk, in
vinegir or muitard, 35o, and in )|f—t
25c, per gallon.
Sauoai and cat.upi, 40o per gallon
udSOpe.
Plated knivea coating nnder $3.60
par doten, 60c per doten and 20 p c;
all other eleclm-plate wan 30 p. c
Plumbago, 10 p o; manufacture, of,
25p c
Salt, ouer-e 10c; Gne in bnlk 10c; in
bag. or barrel., 150 per 100 lb..
Sand, glan, flint and emery paper.
30 pc.
Sohool date., lc each and 20 p c.
Oigan and cigareltee., $2 par lb,
and 25 p. o.
Valiaei, aatchela, carpet baga, pocket
book, and  pune., 10c each ud 30
Twine of all kindt, le per lb and 20
pe.
Varni.het, etc, 90c per gallon and
25 pc.
Pctatoei, 160 per bu.h.1,
Tora.toe.,-Oo per bnthel and 20
pc.
Vegetatile. not elaewhen apeciBed,
25 pc
Wateh action, or movement., 10 po
All fabrioa wholly or in part of wool,
wonted, hair of alpaca goat., etc, 7Jo
porlband20pc
Item 475,2«lpc,i.np.aled.
Barrel, containing pork or other
tailed meat., 26 pc
Britiih gum, dmaing, .iuing crtam
Md enamel, lo par lb.
Shirt collara, Sio per donn, and
cubio pet pair, with SO po additional.
Ou mettea,30pc.
Glue, So por Ib.
Mucilage 30 p c
New.pap.ti partly prinlad, 25 p c
Photographic dry pitta., 15e pet
.quire foot.
Sbirta, ootton or linen, $1 pot dog.
and30 pc.
Veneen of wood 1 p o.
Colored fabric., woven ot dyed,
thread of ootton ot jute, ot both, 25
Arti-cial fortili-en, $6 per ton.
Haccaroni, vermicelli, 2c por lb.
Orangaa ud lemon, in bono not
larger than U cubic fait, 25o per box;
half botto 13c each; in cam 10c pot
cubic foot; in balk $1 pot 1,000; in
barrel. 65c per bbl.
Tarred paper, fi per Ib,
Spactaolc, 30 p c; untniihed parte
25 d c
Hmaea, 15 p c
Broadaiea, adtea ud hamman
weighing 10 Ibo ud ovor, $3 pn dot.
andMpc All othen and knivea and
tourand Ivo pronged fork.,$2 par
down and 20 pc. Chopping net $2
per doi, and 20 p o,
H-m, garden rakee, two and threo
pronged forka, pickt ud matlocka, $1
per doom and 20 po. Shovel, and
•padee, $1 per down and 90 p c.
Mowing maohlua, barvcat taapon,
•ulky and walking plough, ud othor
agricultural Implement, not oltewhere
iptdned 36 p c
Grape vlnea ooating 20c ot leu, 5c
oach,
OooMborry buihta, 9c each; tup-
btrry and blackberry lo; peaoh tree.
._i.oeeb__h.e6c; aaedling .took for
grafting 10 pc
Wrought Mnp iron ud aorap (tool
being waato ot rotate, wrought iron ot
eteel that hat boon in actual uw audio
fi. only to be re-manufactured, $2 per
ton.
Berromanganoo, farroaillcon, apeall,
•teel bloom onda and actap end. nt
■teetnila for manufaoturo ot tteel,
$9 per ton,
Iron in pig,' iron kentledge and cut
aorap iron, $4 por ton.   "
Iron .1.1-1, hlootngi loop-, puddled
bar. nr other forma law ioWwd than
iron in ban and onto adrancod than
pig iron, etcept caattaga, # pot ton.
Bar iron, rolled or hamuaeed, com-
priaing Data not leu thu I Inch wide
or leu than § of an inch thtt, $11 por
ton. . ' --,-,'-. fi.   •(■'.I'I    r.r
Wire of anting .tool, coppered ot
tinned, No. V gauge or .mailer, 12| pot
ooht;- '. '.;"'      i.
Bound iron, not loaa thu jj-ha inch
diameter, and aquar. iron aot lliu than
{tha inch icquai-, $1S pat tw. .
Flata, leu thu ooa in* wido and
|tlia thick, round iron leu timn #tlu
and not leu than Jt-Oln
pet ton. - '•J'11:
Rolled round iraV* In-coila ot
leas than 7-Wtha ill -Vfmeter, c^nij
   i.iid»d!wWi,Bid-,
under _ inch' dinmetet, wfl_n fanportod
by wire nunufaeturen for nae in fac-
■ioriw, 5percent. :.,. , ..;;..,,j i.,.,*.,
. Iron and atool wire, galvaniaed or
not, -mailer thu No.. 5 gaage and not
smaller than No. 16 gang*, 90 per
cont.        - ■''-.'.-        ■■'■
Boiler or other plate iron, aheated
or nnaheard .kelp iron, .beared or
rolled in in grove, and -fleet-iron common or blaok, not thinner than No.
20 gauge, not elaewbore .pecified, $10
per ton.
- Sheet-irun, ooumon or black,
amoothed or poliahod and coated or
galvonized, thinner than No. 20 gauge,
Canada plate, and-' boiler plate of inn
or steel, not leu than 30 inchea wide,
and valued at not leu than lie. pot
lb., 12J per cent.
Hoop, band, scroll, or other iron
eight inche. or leu in width, uid not
thinner than No. 20 gauge, $13 per
ton.
Hoop, band, scroll, or. other iron
eight niche, or leu in width and thinner than No 20 gauge, 12g not cent
Iron railway ban, .teel T mill,
weighing not over 26 Ibe. par lineal
yard, inn ot .teel flat rail, punched,
ud inn or steel railway flsh plate., $9
per ton.
Rolled channels and angle, and T
inn, ud nlled eyo bat blank., made
by tbe Klotnan pro-eu, when imported
by manufactnrcn of bridgu for um
eicliuively in their own manufactures,
124 percent.
Iron bridgu and structural inn
work, $25 per ton, pnvided that the
duty shall not be leu thu 30 pn cent
, Forging, of iron and steel, or forged
1r»_ "Of • *hatever shape, or in whatever
atage of manufaotni. nofeUewhere ne*
elded, $90 per ton, provided that th.
duty .ball not be leu than M p c.
Steal ingot., cogged, -ingot-, bloom.
and dab., by whatever prama mad*,
billet, and ban, haul-, hoc*, -trip. «d
aheeia of all luages aad widths, of all
above chum of staal, not eluwhere provided fcr, valued at 4c or Uu per lb. 30
p o, bnt not Im. thu $10 per ton; when
of neater value thu 4o per lb, K_ p o,
Steel not .p-clally annmanUd or provided for,90 pc,provided that oa all
iron or rteel ban, tod., atrint or .teel
«hwt« ot whatever shape, and on all Inn
or steel ban of Irregular ahane or uctloa,
Id hammenda
cold nlled, oold
In any in addition to the ordinary pro*
eeu of hot rolling or hammering, then
ahall bepaldone-eixthof 1 per cent per
lb In addition to the rata* impowd oo
the aaid material.
Malleable iron caatlajn ud rteel outing., not ehewhere neoffled, $25 par ton,
Sovlded the duty ahall not b. leu thu
no.
Cut Iron veiwlt, nlttu, rtove platu
ud Inn, aad Irons, hatter Iron., tailor
bona, and carting, of inn not elnwhen
-pec-Bed, $18 pn Un, pnvided the dnty
ahall not he leu than 30 pc.
Cut iron pipe of every ducription,
$12 pn ton.
Iron or ite.1 axlu, parte thereof, axle
ban, ule blank, or lorging. for axlu,
without ntmnc to the .tag. of mun.
tartan, *» pn ton, but not leu thu
E-glM., bolter*, machinery, via,, fln
angina, 85
j-Momoti
pc.
 jtivu and other atwmengbiu,
boilen aad nuchinery, compoMd wholly
orlnnart of iron ot steal, not akewhon
tpadflcd, 30 p c.
Portable mM-inea, portable steam an-
ginea, thruhen and anantcn, hen*
powen, portable uw mllle and planing
mills and parts thereof, in any rtage of
muufactun, 35 p c
Locomotive tliu ot Beawmer »teel in
the rough, 10 p c.
Boiler tabu or flue., or stays of rough
imnoraM, 15 pc.
Wrought iron tubing,' plain, not
threaded, coupled or other*ix manufactured, over 2 iachu in diameter, 13 p o.
Other wrought iron or .teel tuhu or
Safe., door, for mie, and vault., «oa_»,
baUneM and weighing bum., cf iron or
ateel,35pc. ,     ._
Skatu, 20 cente per pair and 80 p c.
Wire rope of iron and ated, not other-
win provided for, 25 p-.    '
SleSg-., tnok tool., *t'»_gu or crow-
ban ol Iron or .teel, Ho per lb and 30
parent '.,
Hardware, vis, builder., oabttiet maker, and carriage hardware and lock',
85 p c.
utkete, rlflu aud other fin arm* and
ur gical ln.trum.nte, 20 p c.
Nail
..alia and aplku, wnui|li»*nd pruaed,
galvanised or not, ud wrought Inn or
tteel nnt. aad wuhere, and hone, mul.,
or ox .hou, lie per lb.
Hone .hoc nafla, hobnail., Wire nail.,
flue aailcand all other wi«4(U.lnuior
ateel nails, not ebewlwr. .neolfled, 2_o
on ih.
Cut teckt, brad-, n .prigs, ■»* woead*
ing 10 u to the 1000, _o per 1000; ox*
ooadl_gl8oatothelOOO,2cpeirlb.
Ink n ateel rivets, bolt; with_or With*
oat thread, ot note, or bolt blank., n
 .ljopnlb.
it nail, ud aplku or iron or stool,
hinge
Out
Strut nilway ban or ralb watting
aot tat thu 25 lb per lineal yard, for
purpoaw other thu nilway tracks, $8
Manofactnnn' articlw or warn, not
epeclally enumerated or pnvided tor,
oompceed wholly w in part of Iron or
steel, or wholly muufaetund; 30 p e.
LaMa fn trait, vegrtablu, meat fish,
cout«tlonery, and other goods, aho tick*
•aps
.ii mu
Wter.,iad.ntkdng bill, aad _o|d-,
a, 15eperlbud25pc. .,   ,
PrinUni preues of aU kin*, foUlng
tchinu, and paper nit_--(;T0pi.T^W|
The lelun-itt arUdu an addict tt thai
free Ujt;  Fbi brick, ao-_ra__e ual,
eannirtn gunui, amber, Amble, Aartra.
Han copal, damn, ututio, undue sbel*
lw, uiftngacaith qttilla In the), natwtl '
■tete or napbunb-C   Steal nils wafgh.
Ing not Uu than 25 lb. per lia_- yald .
fn uk ia nilway tracks, tteel valnLtt ,
21c per lb ud upward., for nulffta
muufsclure of skates, soap inland
wrap ateel, old aad fit ooly.to be tojatau.
futored, being part of or noon    '
Sy veuol wrecked in .  '
e jurisdiction of (______
for cream .epanton, '.tMl 1
tMtuter of lliu wlwa il
inUufaBtuun fn »u-,i
n-of ivory ■
*«'_
l*-0l__SiF__.*'C.!.
lu-^rjteniaomllii',!:'
iherufter.    * ~.   ',.
W, W. MkU_u.LyhNi S,. wittui;.,.
"I wat afficted with rhenina_l-in, Ut '
h-dgivm np all hopu Of a chre. - _NM-'<T.
chance I uw Dr. Themaa' Bolutria Oil. «
noomn___kd.   I hninediately eent (Atty
milu)and. puroluu-d four.bottlu, and    ,
with only tot) applications I wu .He to
get .1-001.(1, Ud alttiough I hare net
uudonebotU., lam nearly welt   Tho »q
other three bottlu I gave around to mv
neighbor., and I have had m many calls
fn more, that I ful bound to relUve the
-tBcted-ywyittngto yonln a H-pply.1" ;.
?HE N_3WS.
0'Brten Spends a PImmmish-
day li MailrMl-Aiiti*"
IM MlieH.-Twr.
Utrutti Fortlfjlag Heraelf.. .Iri-,.
M|h of the levolatloiiUU    ,„
lififU.    '  ""    "  ''
BrAaKol-tMPnu. .'-."'
o'lnnm's .today nt HoMMi-.,
Moktbul, Hay 15.—O'Brien tad
thequietut time yeetorday that bo
hu had sinoo he oraasad tho hort.r
and entered tha. Dominion.   Fratai. < I
nent publio man of the two natiooali-,
tiu oalled on him during tho aftn*
noon at hi. hottl, bnt ho Mt. an fa*,
tiguod he relieved hiouelf frtm all
further public nutiw by looking him*
ulf in his nom and attending to dis*
palchtt<n__ah<e frienda in TcnntOi
which ha.o been auiny and fnqont
O'Brien went to hi<tb_.nau to-day and
in the afternoon atteaded a attinual
league meeting in St. Patrick's hall,.
which  was crowded, by an audience
which cheered tha Irish agitate and
the evicted tenant Kilbridge. O'Brien
mado ohataeteriatie spooohu hen gad
at twonO-ptjoM given hiu  latu in
tho day.  The wthuaiwm wu «a. .,.,
boondod whauavn ho appeared.;     .y,
losTEiiu's coiu. unil Boaaoa.   .,-
Bus Fiukow-o, May 15.—Adviua
by the .turner Zealudn uy that.. 85
bodiea, victims of the  Bailie colliery
disuter neat Sydney,  New   South
Walu, have been recovered.   An In-'"
quest '• nsoltod in t votdlct that.__»'■'r
oiploaion <jna< dud t* adiiregatd of
tho ralo prohibiting minna working
when gu existed.   -
oibmih roatincnoic.
Bbuih, May 16.—Prino. Biuurck
haa gir.a an onoial atatutory notioe to .-
tha houu and' load ownsn -oaurned
that    the    government contemplate
an extensive fortified area  annnd
8trubourg, Melt and Pixen.
city giionoKa.
Pahs, Mav 16.—The .lection, for
memben of tho municipal ooancil hive
been completed.   Thb rorolatioaMs
will have tan seata in tke council, an
Increue of aix wata.   Tho liberal,
will have foutl-U a lou of eight.   -,-:
Tbe Great French Remedy, Dr. \a-
Due'. Periodical Pllla.   ThuePflltan
compounded from the parent drag* aad
from thou only which an known to act
upon the tkmratiee Oryam In Female..
Aay are (ret enelwwd in aa alt-tight |
capsule, and by thia mean. mad. to re*
tela thoir fnll strength for yean In uy
dimate.  Aek ua for private ctreelw.
A. M. Heuixo k ft S. Cunti-t Co.,
Now Wutmmrtori T. McNeeley, Ud-
n»r'.Landing) H. MoDowell t Co., Vu<
convnj Punbnry * Co., Nanalmoi T,
Pickard, Denman Mud; A. __ _____o«
*Co., dmnalaui R, B. RlohardW
Cowlchu; W, H. McCutnay ft Brc,
Vancouver ud Kamloop.; Huttng. Saw
Mill Co,, V.noouvcr; The Vanoourer
DiugCo., Vanconver; >I. & Lovell, Yalei
W. R. Muawj Print Vallayi H. Clark
ft Cc, Kamloop.: Lamout ft Co,,,
w)iolo_alo agent., victoria.    dwnSOyl..
W,.-.,ta_.___.
UMSMmNS,
111
fC0Jf_.
Flre, ure, AcelMal A IMM
iMimee.
___.<_»-awa' ,,.:.
Dominion Eipress Ownp'y, ti.
Jul!
-l.t
Iiilcn C_M_lH
Bought and Hold.
-OMJHMA B-R_#T,
Telephoned.       II*
. -.1-. <M*ia, oke 9*Ufi f riibh fiotombian
■voatag. Mar ia, tut.
1Bu^i__«_-^_-_=-_|
,»ncou
r'hitvet-
wait long enough bef-i". the
achoolt come under tho management
of local school sections if we hare
to wait until municipal government
bu bee^ extended to- all ports of the
province.    But no one proposes to
wft"__^«.^',--'m-'^n_it
the Oot-MBiAit a»_l wu that tho
time (or committing the .publio
school* to local, control, to be provided lor by local taxation, hod not
yet arrived, ins-much as a ,
part ot the country ia still without
the machinery of local government
We think eo still. In small settle-
ments it is doubtful if the cost of
carrying ont a system of fecal taxation,, merely „ for sohool purposes
would not be considered very bur
deneome. Ibe cwt of making
asseuments and collections for the
school would be juat u much u for
tbe . whole. mu nioipal wotk u well,
ud it wonld amount to a very large
percentage on the turn realited. And
it ia ..ve» questionable if this system would result i in eatnblishing
any mote schools, or in making
then any mote efficient, than under
the present _pjan, where the conditions necessary for. municipal gov
ernment were not found. In a few
yean it is altogether probable that
aevenl Haw municipalities will be
formed in this province. Population i*, tapidly inoreating, and the
benefits of self government will keep
pace.with eettlement. Wedonot
think the Herald cun justly charge
the govemment with look of inter-
eat in the echools, or with a disposition to duy sohool privileges to
new settlements. On the contrary,
it hu shown) gnat concern and
singular liberality in the question of
education.
ment, that  we Bhall  undoubtedly
gather around us our full share of
the incoming population.    Let us
"tho I nppBtoces
> the usefulness
if the placig and
iat direction will   To
*T»uftlrlffl_Kl_irewak    "*"      1R*—
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Nanaimo'a ailent appall .to the
civilised world in the hour of her
terrible distreu is being met with a
noble response. From quartern
where asaistonce was soaroely looked
for, it hu oome most generously and
promptly. Then is, perhaps, no
mote singular oue than that of
Seattle, in W/uliipgton Territory.
From thu single city, not muoh
target, thto Victoria, the relief subscription is now nearly 13,000. Its*
Victoria Hot shows over 13,000.
Voucouver, will probably not fall
short of __,-00, Westminster will
go neatly 13,000. Sun Franoisco
will amount to probably #7.000.
This ia in addition to many, smaller
sums from various porta of the province, whioh will bo supplemented
undonbtedly by substantial contributions from the wealthy cities of
the eaat. A considerable number of
thou wbo were overwhelmed in tbe
Nanaimo oataaUophe wero memben
of various benefit aooietiea, and the
amount of insurance will be consid-
arable. It is hoped the sun. attfl--
able for the bereaved and destitute
familiea of tha minen will, inolud
ing insurance, reach at least $100,-
000. It ought not to be less, The
responses that have been made from
private purse, indicate the existence
of m Jorge amount of philanthropic
oenttmeat in tbe hearts of the people of tbis ooast. When the ory of
distress is raised, one doea not atop
to ooooidar whether it is a British sub*
ject or an Amerioan that is in need
of help, Tbe boundaries which have
been netted for political purposes
instantly disappear, and every man
sees in hia fellow-man a brother and
recognises his personal responsibility. Thia spirit is most commendable, and iti eiistenoe it one of the
hopeful signs of the times.
The wotm weather hu come, and
with it a plentiful aupply of mosquitoes. In a short time we shall be
toned to look after our drainage and
the condition of our book yards.
Tbis ia a year in whioh then may
bt a all, .for ipeciai precautions
against disease. Small-pox pro vailo
in San Franoisco, and cholera haa
reached South America. In theae
daya when all civiliiod nations become neighbors by reason of rapid
transit and intimate intercourse, it
it difficult alwaya. and sometimes
imposai^le, to enforce qurrantine
regulation* in uch a way u to shut
out the germs of gnat epidemics,
But it h»a been demonstrated with
certainty that cleanliness and correct ho-ita of life an among the
at .wfeguard* against
alld-k
li
follow tht ocent of pollution, and at
^^0UOMi1t
thit eity then seems to have been
where then it natural drainage, and
wHb-ordinory attention to the simp*
last yAsSftt of heal* wa ahonfd
hava vtty little fur ot anything.
Bnt thtn tre, neverlheleos, many
bum Si ■teaiAtkorities will take
S-VB^T^_7€
txptB|e thou blotchn. Our city ii
■rowing ttpsHf. it hss bete growing lm. ■tmm.jmm, and it is sun to
iwini for yean to come,
i Vto-i-ellantandite
* H-i'V-t-U oalculatod
* invito trade tuiytm*** enjoy-
keep oa
III Omi
Boardefilr-cton,188».8j:
0. is COKBO ULD, Fresldent.
0.11. MollAUGH-BH, Vice-President
''   W..H.T8|4BY, _ec.-_rea.nrer.
*W?l».'BMiB.».P.P.l H. ELLIOTT;
y .3, w. HARyiY; j.c__rNiNQHAi_,
DIRECTOKS' ANNUAL REPORT.
GuiiuMsk—In presenting our report
for fiscal year ending 31at Maroh, 1887,
w. beg to state that it will be an utter
impoulblltty to nin the hospital free of
debt on the grant juit voted by the government for the ensuing financial year.
, The .ureeon bu been attentive in hia
duties endreport. a larg. increase in th.
number of patients admitted during th.
year, .hawing aUo that we have received
patients from aU part, of the province.
Then are a, number of incurable, in
this hospital, eome of whom were brought
from Victoria hoapltal year. ago. The
aula of #1,000 a year ha. bwn voted for .
convalucent home ln Victoria, the lut
f.w year.. The Board think, therefore,
that -ome of thue incurable, should he
.hipped back to Victoria.
A great-number of Improvement, have
been mad. during the year,: wall, and
floor, repaired, .wash-house built, the
-two cesspools thoroughly cleaned; the
building being, old, require, conatant re*
±; whioh entail, considerable expend*
i, JJ
The hospital hu been filled to Its
utmost capacity during the whole year.
. The Board detire to thank subscriber.
for generous aubstriptlons, list, of which
I ace untied, ud without which it would
have ben found impouible to have kept
th. institution free of debt; alw the congregation, of Holy Trinity Church, St.
Andrew'. (Preabyterian), Methodist ud
Baptist Churoh.. for hcnpital Sunday
collection., ud th. following ladiea and
gentlemen for old clothe., linen, book.,
papera etc.:—Mudamu Cf. T. Woods, C.
fc Wood., M.jor, Lennie, H. Elliot, W.
J. Armrtrong, W. B. Townsend, Doughs, Edmonds, J, W. Harvey, Baler, W.
H. Keary, D. Hennessey, Gumming!, A.
M. Herring, Bronaklll, Sitter. St. Ann'.
Convent, ladiea W. C. T. U„ Bachelor.'
Ball Hatchery, Meura. I.B. Fiaher, Z. 8.
Hall. K. I. Bentley, J. 8. McDonnell.
The -urgwn'. report it appended heie-
to, and gin. full detail, of the work
accomplished for the year.
The average out per day for each real-
dent patient in the hoapltal, which In*
eludes the . disbursement, on out-door
patients, Is 67 cent.,
W. H. KEARY,
Hon. Secretary.
.   BUM-BOM'S REPORT
Fo* Tut Bum-to list March, 188T.
Ib the Member, of the Beard of Director,!
OBHTLBMBir.—I have the hone.'to
herewith prwent tbe report on thl-iffa,*
pltal tox tie year andlng Slat If arch, 1887:
Number oflndoor Patient....,_ ..103
" Outdoor    "      60
"        Remaining In Hospital. It
" Died ,_ 14
Camm of death of th. fourteen who died
and length of time In Ho.pital.-i typhoid fever, >dy.; 1 alcoholl.m,13dys; 1
.fl-ctaot flr. at Vancouver, I mos. 10 dys;
1 broncbltla, I dy.; 1 Inflaniatlon of bow*
U dya; i old ate, a dn; 1 paralysis,' a iiy_j
ldtS-y.lilfaj total, ll. ■
Although the number of death. I. larie
th. abort numberot day. In the Hoapltal
ot a lane proportion of them show, that
they came in In a hopelM. condition.
The place, where the Indoor patients
were received from an a. follow.:
Kew Wash Honse,
Repairs to Building.,
Salaries, ,  _
Stationery, PrintlOa. Ae.
iglncure
*lcs,\
*    ■
.   15,883 8!
after pnying aoct#to    	
M.W ^.,__*,' **73
Examined and foond correct,
W. H. FALDING,
Auditor.
New Westminster, May Tth, 1887,
Hit of Suburlben to HoiplUI
.._. .-MOOBYVIUJS,--
Moodyvillo
S. M. Co., (SO 00
B. Springer, 5 00
A.N.C.-V, SOO
.V.T.McGr.tli.SO.
P. James, 2 50
B. H. Flood,   _ 00
2 CO
260
5 00
1 50
E. Cadwallader,
J. Little,
W. dower,
J. H.Henderson,
H. B. Waller, 2 50
T. Tamaree, 1 50
O.O. Barbell, 1 50
A. May, '._"#
J.McWhlnney,2 50
N. Trim, „. 2 00
A. Browu, li] 1
J. Doyle, „ I JO
C. Armstrong, 1 50
A. McCalluui,  1.50
L. Swett,
JJ Fliher,
O. White,
A. Andrews,
W. McLtod.
2 50
1 50
1 50
2 50
2 00
Cheap lor Cash.
MR. ANDREW LEAMY, SOLICITOR,
McKenale St., is authorised to sell a
m of 160 aores for 83,000. Ttie soil!,
the very best In the province and the farm
1. cut In two by thc Nicomekl river, In
whith tliere 1. a never-falling .upply ot
front. There 1. an orchard, good nous,
.andhamuli io aorca In timothy. There
are a sohool house and church within a
-mile of the farm and the roads are ln
prime condition. dwapSSml
W. A. Winger, 1 00
1 00
2 60
250
10 00
100
M. Beck,
H. Pike,
D-McCallum,
Dineen,
A. Robert,
J. Chapman,
E. Green,
G. WIT iams,
8. Haslam,
VV. Saunders,
A. E. Calkins, 1 SO
B. Cmlah, 2 60
J. SUgren, 1 00
E. Martin, 1 00
J. Loiter, 2 00
P. .Bailey, .1 00
J.W.Twoddle,-. 00
1 50
1 50
1 00
100
RICHMOND.
W.D. Ferrl., $1 00
J. Preitidgc , 25
A. Kilgour, 1 00
J. T. Errington, 75
Geo. Carscallen,
D. McDonald, 1 00
Mrs. Gcrow, 25
H. Somer v ilie, 60
S. Yoxall,
J. Johnson,
J. Shaw, 50
E. GKirklcnd, 1 00
F. D. Taylo.', 1 00
Capt. Stewart, 1 00
John Sir
Shanly,
J. Jones
K. Smith,
D. Smith,
H. McDonald,
1 00
1 00
1 00
160
100
Jo.. Griffiths, 2 60
Jno. Ferguson, 1 00
John Swanaon, 1 00
J.W.Miller, 100
Jaa. MlUcr, 1 00
Wm. Nlcoll, 50
Hugh Boyd, 1 00
Mra. Thornber, 1 00
123 25
LADNER'S LANDING.
T. MeNeely, $10 00
H.N. Rich, 5 00
Ju. Bone, 1 00
Chu.Clausen, 1 00
W.L.McBride, 1 00
N. H. Bain, 2 60
W. Kirkland,
J. B. Burr,
H. Hellienseu,
G. MoKensle,   1 00
Wm. McKee,   2 00
J.   C.   Feral*
hough,        2 50
'■•fchrl.t,    100
1 00
1 00
1 00
hougl
.tilfc
TOJ-ET.
- ROOMED HOUSE ON AGNES STR'T.
.   Roub-Sl& por month. Applyto   .
dmy-lte       HENRY V. EDMONDB.
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870.
let Ko. nt Want I, Kew Wutulaitcr
WHBREAB THE CERTIFICATE OC
Title of James Charles Provost lo
tne above lot ooe been lost or destroyed
Ud application;! has been made for a duplicate thereof) notico Is therefore hereby
Kren that a fruh Certldcate of Title will
Issued ln lieu of-thnt so lost or destroyed, ln one month irom the date hereof.
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Ofllce,     <-.
New Weatminator, Sth bay, 1187.
Victoria......
Cariboo _
K.mloop...
New Wutraln.ter.-2B
Bonaparte..
Port Moody'."
Hutipg........
Moodyville..
Port Haney ...
Vuoouver....
Hone --	
C. Pit. l.
Tolal,.
Ladnei-R Landing.. 2
Langley....- a
Clover Volley 1
Harrison River..... 1
Mnd Ray............ 3
Cbllllwhack...,. 1
North Arm, Fraser 1
Boston Bar 1
Cassiar 1
Fraser River. s
Million 2
Pllt Meadows.. I
111. number of incurable, now In the
Hospital Is twelve [lul. Thi. large number requiring to be takon care of from
-rear to year render. It Impossible to make
a number of desirable Improvement. In
th. building, owing to the limited .upply
of fund.. I have Introduced the table of
residence, to show tbe people of Biitish
Coium*!- **•-* "- r ■    -
lnterut.          ._.	
which 1. Increasing ln usefulness every
lumMa that they all ougbt'totake an
•   — ■- *-•-•- thT.	
i Institution,
ln helping on
.._   .... inereulng in .. .„
year, u maybe aeen by comparing the
number of Indoor patients of tho previous
year -uventy-flvo (76)—with thi. year-
one hundred ud three (108).
We .till require a lot of draining to be
don. about an. from tbo building, Th.
floore aad walls have been Improved ud
the new wub-room 1. a great addition to
the comfort of the place.
I have great pleasure in thanking a
number or friend, of the Hospital for pre-
unteof clethu,old linen, picture., book,
and papen*' 'Again I have to thank the
•toward, Mr. Onarle. Digby, for his constant attention lo tbe cleanliness of tbe
building and bl. kindness and attention
to th. want, of th. sick and bl. readiness
In carrying out alt my directions. Before
closing thii report I moat oflfer my .Inure
thank, to th. medical gentlemen who so
 iy/
R I. BENTLEY, M. B.,
kindly offered their auTstanec.to myself
whensver required during the past	
I    lam YounFalthfullyZ
ist year.
Surgeon R, c'. H.
TREASURER'S  REPORT.
In prewiitlng the account, for the put
year, the TreunNr beg. lo call attention
Mth. fact that the outlay hu been rigidly
nrutlnlnd, In which he hu been ably
assisted by tbe Steward, Mr. Digby. There
aeenu little prospect of any reduction of
expenditure. You will notice that the
.uburlptlon. have bun liberal and have
fi a great asalatance In keeping tbe
Itution free of debt. It la to be regret-
that the Government .have reduced
grant to the Hospital from {MOO to IV
Wi H. KEARY,
Trensurer.
Tnn TaEAsiman in Acer, with thk Rov-
ai, Coi.unBiAM Hospital.
Mooirm.
To Balance from 1188-0....,
- Government Grant,
OollKllon. and 'suburlpll'
R I.B^otley,B-q.JI.D.refo
Collectlona, Holy Trinity,
J 29(192
i/mm
mm
 , mn
.refund,   87 DO
1 -.00
R.K Hanna, {Socetda'oV Boll
Hr..TowT.,'pB____l.of Ball .at
Lacglay,
ixrarDtmu.
-.ludAppllnneu,
mlture,
*_____"
GrocerlM,
Inmrance,
"Ifht,., ,
*—andFhb,
c.1 Comfort.,
Knrelntr
LCLU IISAND.
Sharpc4Palne,2 50
D. Woodward,-2 00
Geo. Green, 1 00
Chris. Brown, 1 00
150
Walter Lee, «1 00
E, J. Jonu, 1 00
Mn. Peterson, 1 00
Frank Jeaun, 1 00
Cly * Swift, 1 00
O. P. Bvlander, 50
Thos. Kidd, 2 60
Blair Bros;,
London Bros,,
Geo. London,
John Dell,
Ed. Millenon,
M. Welch,
A.E.Andenon,
00
2 50
50
1 00
1 00
260
100
Alfred Adham, 2 50
M.M.English, 2 50
*tti
E. S. Bartrnff, 1 60
Chu. Friend, SO
J... McKay, 1 00
M. Steves, 2 60
Thu, Lindsay, 1 00
F. Humphrey, 2 00
John Green, 1 00
Thos. Harris, 50
John Taylor; 2 00
Ely Sanders, 2 00
David Held, 1 00
S. M. Pearaon, 1 00
Chancey Leo, 1 00
Thirklo*Ti__i,2_0
Rise Reez, 1 00
H. McDonald, 2 50
$45 50
MOUN^ LEAMAN.
D.Nicholson,! 50
E. W. King, 1 00
Ju. H. Lee, 1 00
I.R.M-Qregor,    50
L. Paqul,
J. Yowert,
L. Fletcher,
1 00
15 00
WADE'S LANDING.
F. E. Wade,   t5 00|R.G.McKenny,2 00
Ralph Burton, 2 00<F. E. Wade,    1 00
.10 00
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Corbould k
MoColl, 820 00
J, Cunningham, 10 00
Hy. Elliott, 10 00
C.McDouough.10 00
J.ElUrdtCo,10 00
S. H. Webb, 10 00
J. A. Calbick, 5 00
I.B.Fisher, 20 00
L.L. Doane, 10 00
Ju. Cub, 5 00
Van Volken*
burg k Bro, 10 00
E. S. Scoullar
k Co., 10 00
Ju. Punch, 2 SO
H, Johnson, 2 50
A Kilgour, 25 00
Alfred Adams, 1 i 00
Geo. Mead, i 2 60
W. Vianen. 2 00
J. E. Phillips, ? 00
J.S. IIacdon.11,1 00
D. S. Curtis, 2 SO
A.M.Herriug, 2 50
J.Cunningliam. 2 50
D. Robson,    . 1 00
HOPE.
O. Galloway, $5 00
G. Wilkinson, 2 50
Chu. Mnrphy, 1 00
Itoland Rider,
J. W.Wirth, 2 00
Wm. Yates, 2 00
J. A, Fraser, 1 00
Hudson BayCo,2 00
Ju. Carrigu, 2 50
Ju. Wardlc,    2 SO
170 00
A. H. Conncil,' 1 50
J. Murphy, 1 00
J. G. Bristol, 10 00
D. A. MoDon-
aid,
B. Silver,
T. Alvarey, i
J. H. Bears,
Luke Gibson,
Vf. L. Flood,
1 00
1 50
1 00
2 00
1 SO
2 60
dmylBml
$41100
18-3.
GRIP!
1887.
CANADA'S COMIC JOURNAL
OUT IMPROVEMENTS FOR 1817.
X In an Impartial and Independent manner, the passing event. Of Canadian political and social life,- Its Cartoon, apeak
 than
more dettnltely and more pleulngly
whp'e colutAns of editorial.  In this pun
gent, easily appreciable, ud artlstlo stylo
-' pro.enll.'i a subject, the wholo altua-
,n ta revealed at a glunee, Tho success
_. Orto .hows how well this hot Is appro-
olatedj-lt. Cartoon, on the puslog polit
ical event, of,the country, being even
,te^prest   "
 igh the latter ts eqt—._ ....	
similar publication on lhe continent.
more eagerly snuitlit after than the chaste
id humorous loue^press of the {caper-—
r I. equal lo that of any
The publishers of (trip aro making «a
tensive Improvement, for 168H The old
cover Is to be discorded, and the Journal
will hereafter comprise 12 pages, and be
printed on heavy fonn] and calendered
papor,—ovory number bei ng so artlstieally
.xeonted a. to compare favorably wltn
the best papen oh the continent
advts, will be compressed and more...-.
matloally arranged; while almilar lm
iy ..__
  . .    lh The
advts. will be compressed and more systc*
matloally arranged; while almilar lm
provoraents will be made' u tothe letterpress. A new and handsome deslsn will
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LL BE RECEIVED BY
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ud after Monday tbe oth Inst
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T>      O. Vf. GRANT,
Architect, MoKen.le-.t,
New VT.stmlnster, 2nd May, 1887.'
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NOTICE.
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SITTINGS OF THE COUNTY OOURT
of Cariboo will be hold—
At Olinton, Friday, ISth May, 1887.
At Lillooet, Wednesday, 18111 May, 1887.
At 160-Mile House, Tuesday, 28th June,
1887.
At Soda Creek, Thunday, 80th June,
1887,   ,
AtQnesnellemouth, Monday, Ith July,
At RlehOeld, Saturday, Ith July, 1887.
By Command,
.,(• JNO, ROBSON,       ,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
20th April, 1887.
JOHN & COX,
.min *«. .quit m
IT COSTS NO MORE TO KEEP GOOD
. Fowl, than It doo. to koop poor Fowls,
My Breeding Pens are equal to any In
thc united htates or Canada.
NOTICE.
an
I propose to funilsli EgffBfrom premium
nd Drat-olBM Fowls, my design being to
establish a reputation that will Uwt.
Cash muat accompany all orders.
- Address, with stamp,
JOHN a. COX,
dwfeTto New Westminster.
TUESDAY, HAY il, 1887.
OVER MC .. P. E. TO
NORTH BEND & RETURN
Under tho Auspices of tho Y.M.C.A.
ETWEEN HOPE ANO NORTH BEND
Is some of the most magnificent soon
B'
ery a'lbhg'Vhe whole line at niiwhy',ln-
eluding thb.far*famcil oanyons of the
Fraser River..
Train will leavo Westminster ntgo'clook
In the morning, returning nt»__ In tho
evening.
Ticket, far the Bound Trip only U-.M.
,ud the name prioe will he charged from
Intermediate .latlons. Children between
-and 12 yean of age at hall prleo.       ,
Tl<4_5 ior Sal. lit thc hii,. ,■» ol ll. tv.il,
Ogle, Campbell 4 Co., •/.. S. Hall, I). R
Curtis A Co., A. M. Herring, Geo. Grant A
Co., and W.R, Austin,      -   -
N. I_--Traln «nps at Port Haney, The
Mission, Harrison and Yalo only.
__dwop2llld _
w/Tnted
PURCHASER*) FOR
Marine I Stationary RBiliei. loll*
tn, PiHpi, Implraton, In.
lectors, etc.,
Fitters' nnd Plumbers'
KUiStlklndiof MIm>
'f.von'P-^-woni. Ing*
Bteam Flttajni'.Gi
Brass anqli
lag MarWaary. Air Comprfuoi*. log-
onoll RoPk Drllln, Hoisting Machinery,
Drill Steel, Machinory mod, Picks
Hh-anla, Iron * ateel Wire Rope, Rub-
j beif Hose, etc.,
■allway A Ualraelars' fieanfal gap*
Bcm Scrapers, Can, Angle and
rlronand'fltee), Crow-bars, Portland
Cement, RooOng Paper, Building
Paper, Fire-proof Rooting Cement, etc.,
HMlhig.Pu]|HyB'crurk"'__Jith'^Hun-
ere, Leather Belting, Tin Plata and
Corrugated Iron Elbows, Axe, Pick.
Fork   and   Hammer   Handles, Best
                    j-imiuie..,   ik-h.
White Oak 5*gal., lo-gal., l-*gal., In-gal.
*'—  "-*■ 'iWood A Sonl ■--■-• *
   icnl.he.,.Ohapn.	
Co.'. Fish Bait (00 kind.). One new
Keg., aee. I_ Vend i Hon', "celebrated
New York Varnishes, Chapman Hon. A
—       ,   iiicu iw  a,uu.i,   uo.  new
Mall's aafr. One newreel Tahlc-Apply
to        F. WRLOOMB MdCRADY,
Mechanical DraughUmnn A Contractor,
ar Plans anil Bpectfleatlon. for Boats,
Buildings, Mnchln.ry, otc., carefully prepared. iicKt.rn.irs rfe.
New Westminster, B. C, Jnn. 25, '87,
, ■■,    ,     dwla-Mc
Ikowl*g the Ditei and Placet or
. Courts o. Amite, Mil Prlui. tnd
o^r_«_rftr^
SPRINO AS8IZES.
,      [On Venneav-r l.laadJ
Victoria.. Monday ....16th May.
Nnnaimo , .Tuesday tth June.
[OnMalalaad]
KewWe.tmln«lcr..W.dn.«lay-.j|th May.
...Monday...
 Monday..,
rfA_,-A«SWE&
.''ftta _f_4_B_--t-f-_
Sth June.
..mth Juno.
Uohatld Monday........llth Hcpt.
jjjnton Wedn.Ml_y...nih Heft.
5-.,?op::--:::::::{(S„_:r:::::::.ISl.»::
■Tew Westminster.. \Vednesday...»th Nov,
f Oh Vanco«T«r IslMd]
Victoria. ..Monday.. ..284h November.
Nan hi ino Tuesday 6th December.
dapf-til
l^OTICE JS. HEREBY
to-lheC
Works lopurcl
on Teiadu IslaL-, .
trie t, #1 desoiwed
Comfekenctng *_t t!
S. E. K of Sec. fl; thbuco «_ n,u w «_»■»:
thenoe West 80 chains; thenee South 80
chains: thence East 40 chains: thenoe
North 40 chains; thence East 40 ehains, to
point of commencement,
H. D, HELMOKEN.
Viotoria, B. C, April 22,1887.     dap26m2
:notice._
•KTbtttD
JH- _) l
to the Ob
•» day. after date I lntentftoappl:
.__ Chief Commlssionerof Lands an,
Works to purchase (so acres of land [more
or less] situate on T»M_1_ kland, New
Westminster District, and desoribed a.
follow.!
Commencing at the N.W. corner of J-H.
H of Beo. 9: thence South 80 chains; thence
Easts ohalns to shore line; theno. following meandering of shore line ln a northwesterly direction, 181) chains [more or
less]: thonco Easts..chain, [raoi. or lce>|
to point ot commencement.
M.W.TYRWHITT DRAKE.
Victoria, B. C, April 22, IDT,     dap2Sm_
the (
NOTICE.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT«.
. days aftor date I Intend to apply to
..ie Chief Com in issloner of Lands and,
Works lu \mixhUte m sera, of mix.cn
Texada Island. New Westminster Dlstrlet,
desoribed as follQW!.: , «u
Coiitn.rDoing at tli» N. R. ootw tt t.W.
'. offlee. 3; thencf lUst fOctiaiar^nce
HcuU. 80 chains: ihenoo West U afaor*
line; thenoe following meandering of
shore line ln a north-westerly direction to
8. E. corner of Seo. 4; thenoe North 10
ehalna [more or leas};, thenco East. 40
chains to point of oom-meneamentT7
^TAMEf. LUMBERT SMITH.
Viotoria, B. C, April 22,1887.    dapASmS
Administrator's
ITO-TTOB
kt Estate SNA T 8RANTON, Demised
■   • Intestate.
EAIjED TENDERS for the purchase
_J of Lot 10, Block Seven, suburban land,
of. the City of Now Westminster, will be
recoived by the itticlorslgncd up to Ihe
20th day of May, 1*0. Tho highest or any
tender uot necessarily accepted.
Dated -2nd..pill, 18X7.
. E.-A, JENNS,,,    .
dap22ml " Administrator.-
S1
THE   STEAMER
"QLAby§"
UNTIL   FURTHER   NOTICE *,WII-L
leavo WiBe'a Wharf, for
Ohililwtaack and Way Ptaces
. ON	
TUE8DAYS & FRIDAYS
AI7A.M.,
Returning tho following day..        -»-l
For froight, _c, apply on' board or to
W. MATHERS,
dmhOlto On th. Wharf.
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail
DRUQQI
New Wcilmlnster, II. 0.
dwrnhiotc
Brighouse Estate.   UdU «wwry oramapice, im.
1 LL PARTIES ARE BE1
A tloned against purohasi
nnghonse or executing moi'
portion of the above estal
sanation of Manuel la Bright
or her solid tors.
daplSml     MANUELLA
HACK FOR HIRE.
fpHE UNDERSIGNED haa ..tobli.b-d
i- Wm^^Slt.M^*JIw*4t!«»te'
veryaa^cleraucbam.
atthe l
Which U .pen tar Eagag
iWCkai
Order, loft at iB. Colonial Hotel orient
hy telephone, will be promptly .tt»nded
lo day or night. Stable next H. Elliott'.
1QS. GATES.
Telephone No. Ht      '   nts  •■■   mylte
ajTOTIOB.
NTW,
rngapplloatlol
Jay. after (htte we intend mak-
llqatlon to the Chief Oommlnlon-
I HEREBY OIVKN THAT
7.afterd_ter   	
ng application tn the Chl.1	
. of Land, and Work, for a lease for timbering purposo. of the following described
land., iltuato.onthe cart aided? Hr  '
>-r5;74r*c,!.",;H.neeir„S:
».?.bJ.^l!an._{.h«5_}.-SS.
fly dlrootlou forty (40) ohalns, moreor
is, to the water's win of jwd creek l
ence following the water's edge of creek
eight hundred <800. ohalns, moro or lass.
lolhotpolni of com mo noem ont--con tain-
nown as
~AIsb.~the following lnnds situate on the
opposite sloe of the oreek to Limit C, and
to bo known as Limit D, commencing
where a stake has been planted About one
mile from Harrison Lake at the water's
edge of said creek; thenee running in
north-westerly direction forty (40) ohalm
thence running In m north-easterly dlrec-
— '     ■-■ '"") ohMaiiltbepce
f   PORT HAMM0HD
&      .;•••: , uupH Vi*'.iin-_il.t>_ iool ._.,*..
NURSIBI
nore or lew, and "to be knoc
mirth .westerly direction forty lib) onalne:
thenoe running In nnortr-      —
running lu 1? »nth*.aslerl
torts 1*1 chain., mora or lu., to said
ereek; thence following tho water*, edge
tight hundred 1800J chains, more or less,
to the point of commencement—containing threo thousand two hundred [820.J
aores, more or less.   ._.
..,-...   -^.-_.    LEAMY A kVLE.
Vancouver, B, tt, March 15, IW7,
^df_hl7n_.. ^ "'
_CTO_RT___t
capital, $8,000,000;   losses
r«w, w_.ooo.ow
'mti*msmmimmm.m*a. won
Rate, as Low as any other
Company doing Builness
in British Columbia.       ,
*■■ Kiak. promptly taken, and Lomcs
MtUfactorlly adjutad.
T. R,/PEARSON,
docTIs (R C.S. A P. Co.) AGENT.
FA-ai-ETCO
New Westminster, B.O.
REID & CURRIE
MAmiFUTWUtt hVtniUOF.    -,
Farm Wagons,
Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons,
Carriages,
Top Buggies,
Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
Butche_* Carls,
Dog Carts,
Dump Carts,
Drays, Stages,
AND  EVKKYTHIMO   I*.  THK
VKHICJLK LINK.,
Second-hand 811(611 ll|mil If If.
ORI (or nio cheap.   ,        ,    ..,,
B.f«lrl«f, Piintlng SlyuiutU
done at reaaonahle prices,
BLACKSMITHINC
tn all Its Branches.   Estimate, given oa
Ironwork and Contract, taken.
llorse-ShoelriK and ficneral
Jobbing.
1 We alw keep It ttoek tt, imply the
trade, Iron, Steel, Chalni, Cuhihetland
Ceal, Hone and Oi Shoe., Harrow.,
Iran and Steel Harrow Toeth, Otrriag.
Springs and Axle., and a complete itock.
of Carriage Hardware.
A lot ot ___.*o___ riOllhl« Hir-
rowi on hand. '.., , ,,;■,•,' {[:,
wrvfe hav. got the -Mtworklnen to he
bad In th. country, .nd w. import naaflr
.11 th. .took w. nse Irom th. cst-tiis,-
quently we oan ollbr Inducement, to ^
chaser, that w. could net hav.d-na_.iia
time ago. All material and work laevlng
the .bop will be guaranteed to beiucta.
represented. Orden from th. oocnlry
promptly attended to,
dwapllte RIlDaOURliil
1 —nt mi—
HOLIDAYS
ruDIilii llilHiUUliu 11
next 15 days.
WM  itt i
BDY-_td JBOM THte MANUFAC.
tnrer. for caah, I ani In a porlHoa
fo Mil at bottom price.. Hy Good, aro
margin Main tgsm ahd 'tU ,
*uwT_n^*toi!k,1*T
count tekan off.  (Ul and ko price
fon purohulng elsewhere.
_._RTIFIC»E OK
-_jk \_nart to tHabove
[ostdrdesnayed .iflappll-
iceninade lhr-a-__(l_Mt#
ii..i j- —c '\ tfJS^CKtore hereby pwtn
!?*' ?.'tf" Coruscate of Title Wfll he
Issued in lieu of that so let or destroyed,
unles. causo be sbovn to th. contrary
within one month from the date hereof. '
B.  _*. ARMSTRONG, —
Land Registry omoe,    '^'S'EflfJlfW*'
Now Westmln.ter, ath April, IHI.
'-*—*—"   «.|iitaii       ■ „ — ._...
tlUMlOltCAllI-,-.
s'>i'wwHfa
tiiiril hkM
» '■■'-'  .' •'■*? *'••_-.«'■!''« ::iori'to
Dry Ooods, Men's FumishW*11'
Or-M-ies _t'i»-_Ml(£!Si'';!,*,r-;.
LCHDBOM'8 BLOCK, Columbia St     -
"i'mdh-g, .'--.•«'<-1 ■«
H
__is amu.
»i-fi. c-- -it'tili jr._i«]
.:..
Trrtlt Trees, •M >,B * **&***■)
OtnmmuWM,
'; """Smnll Frails.'.
%«£**&*> ^MiS* W<mi!t mr;,
.  Everything Orat-cla.. end«(______._. ...
goodshape.          .,„ , J
dw-delttc'
Q.W, HENRY,
Port Hanvnontf.ft-a:
LADNER'S LANDMB.
5  - .■in,,., i-tu I
NOTICE of SALE
"    ' ''oir'' -:""' *  ,itu ;■■
75 Head of WWS,$
I'-iTims/.
8 Work Honei, t Msrei In nisi, 1
Coll, snd sn as«orI_i*_f sr If* * -"
rlMlltrsI Machinery, lt__- ■,
eluding J S-ir-Blndert,
_ Wsgont, .*«., sate, i. jn r->
Set of Hirneti.
N. RIOH HAS RECEIVED
jl, structlon. to Include the .be
Is Sale at the Delta Stock Yard e
' Further entries an aolletted.
 dwmyllto
 Hi f',ii,  . . i ra
iS,
sr Fine Wateh Repairing .SpooUlty
Jewelry made to onler.
Orroain tiii Bakx.
.. '  ■ '• /.l '• 1—
dw-deUto
THE UNDERSIGNED has
just received a large consignment of
Pianos and Organs,
Which he will se|i cheap, Thew
instruments may be purchased
for caih or in monthly instalments, to suit purchaser.   Call
&n»te_»R
to your Iht-i-st.
Look Here!
TF YOD *VA_IT TO  MAKf, /L,$lt3i;     '
Tn afrlend or relative, go down to »T_H-
SKY'S and look at somo ef theMMIm. •
oMIaaryaargalHln ...   .„„.   Illtol ,  .
Udlei* and Gentlemen's _•____*> >
'     SH»_r Wnlrlwt, -Ctatatr--..
Orlf)'t><ilHntaeMal.raam*-lfo.JHr
*^______^»_*«_l_?«,.!,e_1*u.'»1 M_V
Waleke.,from 19upwards, nll warranted :■-■'
Hae «ikeh-K~,i,iikii^em)t__
good workmanship guaranteed.
^jbWnnmjit^^j^t
dwaui>i "    <-«.aruM-iHi..K_v
, nnn i i-i ti mi, .; r.nai'xji»
OUARDIAB
InsuMffi Wf
OF LONDON, WKQ
-    *>*.-,_.■ fc-A-
(vr^A-Stz. _•■!",;:-.,:.■''':: '
■■•■ -•;■ ''.--/.i.,._v.»uwt,».yiA
■".. :„ i .ij*...| )_/U.'f
' .    P.l   .J*.Jtltft#J   H'lMi'
1^, ■ i'**siH J.(1 bits*
itAKm Risks Tak^ at:mmr.»
as Low as any Qthar-..'
■f. r, pemnoNpiAT
docyjj,   (B.o,)s,^^f!^iiiajff,,i, *
T-—in, I,   .. ' ,.i uijjm mni.i1 A;
W.B.AUS9M,
"-wr*. i-   \ _   ,
I ssKAiMin.,.-,,...,.
.  Second-hand Pianos and Or-
gfins for sa)e or to rent. ,
..i-'l^.W'ma!' ^ .JMii ■i''
Mil
Mf- D4 .^-B**1 and Stati™.
t.R.
A- large Assort meat of
DRY OOilKl
aifcW:* *'\'>'iv»i**t"rt*al'*'-*»»*•'.*"
.■- — A*e»rr- .»• •,}■„ \f,.sr.alh .m,.,»."
tnowmmt
„„ tmmmi^^^i^-rMit'Zi-
■„ ■■[■■■■•-■*        ■   7   ■•*•,.   .ujtjltj
.,   *, .,     »(*'«.TJ«ii.     ^^^*^|f-.tffcCl
■'; wHot__>iiitti'4»_> tMn&^t?,
. (),' t'f.»wti--_n'l.ti.T'.:>-_}! twiiimtiitinU'.
t^rjmm^sw^'.
mumtSmm
feeon
A    Al ttrl__-_tw_ll__ieola imi sWUI-li _■»
'" temperate haute and'SP**""""""*"*
cwW.tb. publie at mm«1i know about the art of Ire. sewing," arid
~vsmts
^'MfpeWe'^dH
of a cabinet of fiilt-work. .Nothing like
It has aver been ■ pcoddMd In th* art
cf fret-sawing. Indeed lt la hard to conceive el th* effectiveness of the ap-
1 ".ranee of tuch an article when con-
•ruotod out of differently colored and
--roperlr aeleotsd wooda, asd when you
-' k that It la poealbl* lor a boy to
he front of the first
 mmM
four drawers, and at tbe ends folding
door*, back et which aro receptacles1
 l ' p_:'*
upou.a
_jfi» In ets.-,
...small doors
■^fof,a-ady_,
lis-to -sun.-'
«_
which opeh Inl
toilet artlolea.
■ununtod
"The'
will •___*•* ■__-__»'»_ .Hlclo
fuinltur. a* any that cu ht\. bought
_^tt<^fiM;n
talued by Ihis work, thai* I* mossy
luit
"lean -iU rtjfe|»a._„ -«,
A young man 'WW) Wiintrtt lm[
to o-uf. employment heddrao poeacseotl
»,, *Js&dis_mjm)kw.Mi. hy. iti
aid made brackets, card-baskets, match-
I-os-.. frame* and other artlolea, which
i.avo him when Mid a clan profit of IS
.50 ij_W^rik:Vtii-gale of .mirk
fi'c.l j-iiwer acibll-eaws Wu linen iiiaclo
nid auld to parties who are now ual.g
ili-M for pleasure or profit, and Miles
Ihore an probably, three tlcuca ns
j'lniiy' mon who uaa th* ordinary
li.iiulaaw.
" from aaqu.ro foot of blaok walnut
I have known to b* made In a fuw
lu'iirs a hiiudsome clock-case worth ut
learn *,md We matejlal .costing but lun
iv.it*.' A bleue' of obony, wcirili about
a I'-inw, fi|rjilaVcHl«|lough material for a
must) fir whioh a person would gladly
havo given a couple of dollars.
" A square foot of good black walnut
will bo eulfiolent io make tour or fivo
jrotly l'i_.keiJfchWlWlll readily aell tor
"What about th* wood that Is used In
(fret* work?"
"Ther* sr* mora kinds than you
.nieglu*. i FlreC comas whit* pine, useful panlculwly tor lining tb* bottoms
of bone., etc. Then there Is Spanish
en l.r, easily obtained trom cigar boxen,
Imt really only suited for coarse work.
jra-_t«atrasa
for delicate _M|_*, B*d Mar and
_lilte Juniper  at*  both handsomely
S-^US_^-»W.T6&
poplar la very useful to the fret-sawyer,
aa also Is basswood, furnished by lb*
llm* Ire*.  .
"But the highly ornamental goods are
hlnok walnut, whito holly, ebony, ma-
liu__iiy, rosowood snd aatlnwood.
D'-ilcle* thoso there an th* tullpwood,
I'llvo, blrd'l-ey* maple and Huniarlin
ash."
" Vc, th«o are Ivory and tortoise-
shell, for instanc*. flier* sr* two
.varieties of elephant Ivory, th* Asiatic
aud African. The latter I* nor* opaque
and dead white than the othtr.
w^__lh_tf_lW'*WiW#to.l'»l
cfsli
Wag! 	
from-ap.«__* W   S-fi.	
"AoTntwaeUng tact about Ivory in
counactlos wllhttls work Is that It
requires ..uonlag lh* same as wood
■and to vary llsbls to crack and warp
when (ubjMtod to ahangeeot tampan*
tnr*.   tt cutis W to 18 a pound la ttt*
ably stands at the head.
First, n lump Is bought and fitted for
ngo, and thoa fllled day niter day, *ettS
after a lt)_gor or shbrtor period does not
give as good a light as It ue.'d to: then
u little reason ana judgment used would
temocly tin fault snd reniOva tho csuso
Of complaint
Ifnei'SoiiaualngaUmj.wotiWremeia.
bo. that the lei_j.lsatii_._-M qoksltit*
Ing th* furnnco and pump, ana endeavor
to turn the principle pi ualniloll, much
troii-lo would b* saved; for while no
ono expects to um a large machine
Without learning hot to work It. *nj
one cah use n lamp.
Now, th* wick Is ths pump to bring
ell som th* fount to the Mate, snd, as
there Is always more or less dust snd
dirt In the oil, ths wick soon beoomos
ologged up, snd oannot pump oil fast
on ont, Uio llghsst
ths heavy oil; and,
daybyday, the oil
that the draught Is not
|"	
ths MUSS,,
TpiMtro
  is, gat*
the even flow ot the
snd cause* a smok;
'on.light whleblemtlloq*. IhavS
-had burners brought Into my
I "Stoneondhmn-d, andsnewone wasted,
I ■._-_'__' twonitrates' w-ft they tiers
ssstM <•»good ss, new. Whon th* wick
noe-seut-ng, sloe scrape It off; other*
cut it so uneven that It make* * pointing
Wane whl.h eo provokes on* that Ih
wants to condemn It-  - *.—__~
It. a little reason and thought mm
used In everyday lite, we wonld soon
find that lots of our discomforts —'""
toymf^ily.ovsKomi
butthloesgoonin*,
ys_r_Jteiyear,AT* t,
ough.
"Ttottol
ilae-ihsll ou _• spplltitotha
-.rn. purpose ss Ivory.
■' Mother-of-pearl Is another of thm
oholc* material* that csb bs used by
lh* tret-eewjer."
iVougbt
-  I'd join too,
low I didn't hab no pise* ter go, nor
nufflnelaeto do.
Dsn lls'sn. whit* folks, Jist a mlauta, tar
what toe got tar say,
An' I'll tall you 'boutd*m -rsngeilito
..... _»».*.... j—jj- -.—-
I hMr"d a h'tepjd-Tut ihsoTs*i'.oaaht
Wji*to5-trin.       ■      ^
A*1 k«r dMBprMchdeOospsl dst would
~MJIst«^C_.
eardampmchdeOoi
liad us all from sbi.
W_n I got In d. hall dat day an' sat
down la a ehslr.
*-,•CT.?•*•■p",■|,,*
Dat Irealy thought twasssgali dst wss
.login' all aroun',
('_»»do luutlcwa* dt swMtas' dst I *T«r
i>_nMw---__4«_Nrr-»e_a'pntolieddt
word. oMab an'trufe,
Onlw-ll I aamde llghti* Besbio Shinto'
I kn.» __?«*, fcrub* m». dst b*
fc toss's lips
-slf-tf dlf-
ifflM'
De words.
An'h.tol'W-ffi
w     rent udder.things
Hesald, ~*
But If
"If
, "sn'la-e
r tar a bright
irti.dolftpa'_swld
Sf job a-hMt'd dat gemSMn preach
you'da^iaMadauah's ysr born.
An' TCuldB^ftKiwW stf Uabill
fesll you .In'ahif flh.de ehtt'eh sa'
" **&****
It «*__l_tata'_KV|n>lfWltonof llght-
Itvtog nu-MfW toMtofMwtaK by which
a-tnt bioBn* l___i«ff'Fths dark.
t* 0* tn total* It will Ds possible
^KO^a^^Sisi
_ni-H___sBtoK__rb'_i__f__;fft_is£
pt-vSthem".
But io resume, the burner Is furnished
with » great number of small holes to
provide air, to theend that perfect combustion msy take place, and not toool-
lect dust and dirt until they are clogged
np, snd a smoky, bad-smeulng light Is
the result
Now, If In using kerosene we fill the
lamp up with whito oil every day, snd
once a week empty back tbooll which
to In ths lump, and use a new.-sick, .Sit
even and true, every week or one. In two
wv*eks, and are euie to havo the lamp
bill tier e.eon, and a clear, nicely polished
chimney used,, we will find that the
.keroseu* l'*mp I* * cheap aad great
lusuiy, and uet,•*!• bften._M.o_s_,a
D-Stosary nnksnee, which htuf to b*
used tor lack of anything better.
A httle caro dally In using the tuny
makes all the difference between llHUIT
SBd.qitlMnce.-lThe Analyst"
I BrMgrag the Chatai.    . .
Vrnlle we wen tramping o*B th*
battlefields around Marietta, Os„ ths
young man -frem CotmeetMut grew
sweat ou tlio pretty daughter of th*
wido* with whom we bearded. It was
love at first sight, snd they went to
heavy. ,. ■ .,    .,-..'-
Our guide had begn an old Reb eol*
_ „-_. .— beo an c
dler, slldl>»„i_1_V1_-?- «#*__	
were going winked the girl to a seat
on ths wash-bench behind the lout (nd
said:
" Now, tu-y, this'oe orto- stop.';
I "..h-it',qi.r .     '
•Ma lovo with thst-dler.*
"Hain't larlghtt"
"Nojjal. Me'n your old fathersamd
In tho ranks together. We fit agin
thom Viuiks together, and together we
cum homo kaikerlatln' to hateVm as
lung as ws lived. 'Twouldn't be tight
fur you to go baok on your dsd thst
wsy.
■• Jim Skuco," she replied as she stood
up to waive hor sria,'," raehbe ye nerto
hear- Buihln'Dont btUgla'JtoShtotdg
"I know lisp *ss a llglitor but altcv
he'd boon home a year or two, 'long
came a Yank one day looking for land.
Ho had a bottle o' whiskey, aud ho nnd
pap sat down on this very bench and lit
them old fights over until both gotdrunk
and fell in aheap.
" When they woke np they began to
shake and bridge, snd thsy kept lt up
till the Yank hurrahed for Oener.il
Leo, snd psp hollered tor Uenersl
Orant
"Nc
..brldi
snd fiaatin for a Yankee husband j'
Tbey were nngageil before we toft,—
(Detroit Free frees.
«.»■■■--»
Tb. Cult.tui Hum. -
ItWunot long ago thst s frlshd ot
th* writer wss traveling with a party ot
excursionists In the mining regions of
and dM not know any of her male companions even by name,
She went down Into a mine with the
Other tourlals, and with a woman, natural curiosity thought ehe would Invt*.
tlgate a little Ior herself, .
The aiMueoce wW Jh*nhlA
lost, and fouud herself ln a labyrlnlhlne
passage, whose windings she eould not
follow to the sunlight. Vague visions
of death by MarvaUoa floated before
mmKttttV*V*&
voice : •     , >
' ■ ".oinlli ' .-._".,,'.-i    |^»"
Presently the UIW e|«*hMkl
••Whsiaoyouwantrj- ',J^_
•• I wish you would help e_ to find my
sy'out of thtt hale," was the reply,
nd almost Uum-dlately a manly '—
fl
Ml
was
odb
, .   form
which d__WM_slypUou
She wns net -««-l_U_l wfth her kind
lesouor.'Lut si
>_l»_»hhln'   . ,   ,
ms__ao_.ls.ake If she
-I8s*t_i» Bud_*t,
—■-nn *■■<-*_■_....       ^^
«__e>s_-tir_-A__f
Florence, aged four, demsl_i»_ «• ber
p*_qub_t* Uw wtohbw* of every-towl
brought Into th. house. ^^
" "Tiii}i«r*nr	
seme time,'
earnest 1|
"ft
hsve
'flhswttav-ty
-**— toepiet
.we muit"01 Hi
touched by her
I, .WIW
and .he wrote: .,       ,. ,.-
i "Helen Marguerite's eyes fell dowa
her stomach sad- hot bead Ml Off* and
I'm s» »*»rr,  I wsnt yen, papa, to go
■ J _!_____?'* _-_.-_ ."*'1!* toP. %• ■_«?>*
- The following Business Dlrectoryjetates
onltto parwhs Who.. odTcrtlnemnt. ap-
pea^ln the DiiLT CottmnlAN. It has
been, fonnd true, as a rule, tbat pHeon.
whoSdv.rtl*llb.rally are liberal In their
dealings, and many persons make It a
rule;to give preference ik their dealing, to
thos. e_labll>hments whioh advertise
freely. The following list Is arranged al-
phaHtlcallyi ... ■
LBOAL.
T. C. A tklnscm.........  Columbia St
Vf. Ho.maniole™ .....QpluaiblaBt
Corbould:* MoC-iT.  McKcmsle Bt
■ranch Office at Vancouver.
. HBDICAI,.
Dr. H. Mi!Coopor.....i _.........CIinich St
St.J.0.Aenderson Chllllwhnok, at'.
Dr. I.HilIcLean McKTutleSt
Dr. DeWelfe Smith,.  Clarkaon Ht
«1	
mcBASoa.
t, 3. Amstrong [SreJ... „ Court Housi
V. Edmonds".;,.,,......... ....McKen.le B
_ DtF^.nifeAawldencr_._..lrtrrl;K
MU-.........tiolua
»-.^.T,»*ie,d'-."'c--:r
lib Ofllbct at Vancouver^
Jeeton *&. tftre]...
nrner* Ghunble_ I
_ Vletorla
"[4rt7l**?*ac!idenl]......Colul_binSt
EAL  ESTATE AOBIfCIUS.
; Bole,-........ .....Columbia Bt
«!4* McColl... ...McKenale Bt
bond-...
rts....i -	
tadngh..-.....*...
MoKensle Bt
 Kerrust
Mi'KMUl. HI
.McKejmest
....Vancouver
.Columbia at
 Ladner's
...Columbia Ht
 Vancouver
 MoKenile Bt
mir BCB.>>M^',.>»i>—.«<»>»<«>>.
■ ii—»8_ann_n.„...;	
•hods, Turner A Gamble...,
.J      ABCHITECT, Ae.
Oi _tiCldW............... , Clinton Ht
Q. w. Grant. _,... McKenale Ht
CONTRACTORS * ■!'ILUBIU.
Ackerman Bros....... New Westminster
AVCTIOHBBRS.
H. N. Bld_h.-_.:.i
T. J. TrajJSMB	
I AOBMTS FOR MACHINERY, Ae.
Fraser* Leonard	
I. Welcome McOrady.;,
XVSICAL IHSTRDHEHTS.
John Adams.... *__.,.., Vancouvor
T. ft Pearson.. ...«. ......Colomblu Bt
-K»«i PBtnnno a rclihs.
Tho Columbian Bteam Printing Establish-
, ment..................  Columbia Bt
BTOVBS * TIHWAHB.
H. If. Cunningham A Co........Columblu Ht
OAS VITTWOS.
H, A|. Cunningham A Co......Columbia Bt
• 3l_M____iMAOHinms. -
C. J. Robwn.............................Colnmbia Ht
_H>HRAL MBRCHASDHH.
 ......Front '|t
....Columbia ...
.......Columbia fit
 Front Bt
Iwant s'oms babies toplay wlth."-rS*n
Praaolsco Chronicle.
w.a Auitln..
O.G.Mator	
..VcnSonough!	
DRV OOODS.
Bon Maitbe........ ...Columbia xt
D. Dry-dale A Cor. Colnmbia Ht
Jaa Bllard A Co _.. Columbia Bt
Ogle, Campb.ll A Co Columbia Ht
Wm, Ba. [Qlob. HouHl Colnmbia at
',    DRBSSMAKIXO.
Bon March.................... Columblast
Jaa, Ellard ACo Columblast
MMsm McDongall... Columbia st
FIIRNITCRB.
W. Prothero....,.,. ..OolumblnBt
Wintemute, Calbick A Co. ....Columbia at
.   , WOOD * COAL.   .
Henry Elliott [Order, left al W. McColl's)
DROOS, *c.
D. S. Curtis A Oo ..Columbia St
A. Peele Colnmbia Bt
BOTCHERS.,   .
;_«IUK)u;.P.....^..™..C)olumblB Bt
~Mt A*BRS A JBtoSLEBS
..C__ke„..„....'..._,"....'.. Columbia dt
F. BUnkv...... Columbia Bt
C. If. McN.ugbt-n..................Oolumbia Bt
BLA0KSSIITH1BO  #   CAKRIAOB
olumbiaBt
So..Ov.n...„
.   Id A currie
..Col
..Col
lamblaBt
HOTBLS.
farmen Home IHoldonl Church Bt
he Clarence iBlchards]..... Victoria
RBSTA-RAITS,
Mn.Jtj.nle Mctf.il Front it
PA11TTBRS, Ste,
Chu. Mnrryii.ij...............,t'larkKmHt
BOOTS «_ SHOES,
O. n. Orant * Co _ Colombia Bt
H. Kells. ..........................Colombia M
Win. Bom...,  - ) - r.  -r
TAILORS.
D. Drysdale A Co.......	
BAKERY.
A. Diebel.,.,,. ..,„. ....
...Columbia St
.Columbia Bt
..Front St
. BVRSBRIES.
O. W. Henry Port Hammond
B.Hutobenou........... Ladnen
FABOY POULTRY, Ac.
Jno. a Coi .......Boyal Avenue
HONVMBBTAL.	
Alex.Wamllton..;..... Church st
~ idgeA Monck.
New Westminster
-HAI. 	
nnn Co,, .1A
IS Front Bl.
.... Neatest and
ist Helling Needle
, Bend IT. Cent, fur
__,.. ... t, nnlrtod lu Mu.
.lush. Particulars seut when stamps are
enohwedfov reply,   ...
Don't worry If you are out of employment. Write to Mr. jtownv.llWelllng-
ton SUtM* Boat, Toronto. Bend stamp,
for reply. ,, ihniiji-Jnii,
NOTIOE.
VbTICB IBHEIIEBYOIVBNTHATt»
ll day. after date I Intend to apply tn
Ine Chief Commissioner of Lend, and
Work, to purah.se itt) aeree of land on
-—.. ...-■■_J ..y, wotmlnster District,
'st
fOommsnelng at. tha A, E. corner of tho
B.W. \4 of He". .1; thenoe East X) chains;
.North at) chain.) thenoo Wot*,
si thence Houlb _) uhalns; thenoe
(0 chain.; Ih.neo Houth 10 chains lo
ofoommencenient.
ROBT. B. JACK80N.
Victoria, R C, April a, 18m.    SaiKBnil
s,
UND SMVEYORS,
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
'Nevlr Westminster, B.C.,
ier Satisfaction guaranteed.     daplSto
I
-fcTOTICE.
OTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
. we have applied to the Minister of
._ie Interior for a license to cut Umber on
JUo fpllowlns ileaorlbed lands, situated In
the district of New Westminster ond Provinoe pf Brltl.li Columblu;
The North-east to acres of Hpcfloh B.
Township (I), one.
The North .IM) acres of 8wll.ni ji  Township 17), seven, In Omup One.
The South-east BO acres of and Inland situated In aeotlon 11, Township [ml, forty.
ROYAL CITV PLANING MILI««).'
JOHN HEADKY.M_na.er.
Now WestmtnatCrjB. 0., April Hid III..
■_ dap-finl	
.    Wh»t Phviibiams Inr Aioirr thi
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
"Treatment liy Absorption has for Mmo
i.™15 *SSJt»»tj0Ba|aad by Medical Menu
bo the most simple ami effectual means
of conveying to Diseased Oigans, "Cunl-
ttvea," bntln case.of Kidney Dlaeas-*
Pad".*" It* ooirt. 'iesit'thau airtngtapraiarti^
tion and I. immeasurably owe d-efeh*.
feer^ws^sHittTo^
the seat ol Disease, Its curative properties
boeo^iiii^bsprbed by the diseased and e u-
ibttpK_j.1con^nuanslyanddlrMtly,
... reqillreil to Insure In return Iheir healthy action nnd original vigour, it noon.
fortable-to the patient and pLaaantlnlu
cfl-cts, and ounw when nothing .else can.
She Starr Kidney Pad nccompflsh-s posl-
ve, decisive results. A metre valuable
discovery as a true remedy -tor Kidney
ur__K"_t_:;r^:te?K
In Toronto, li n permanfmit sure cure for
dlseiwei, disorders ami allmtnts of the
KiUueyn, Bladder and urinary iwrellve
system, or attendant complaints, causing
palnln the small bf the buck, sm«,«tc.,
sedimentary arine, dropsical synlptoms,
etc, denoting the presence In the system
of dlsenses common to .the urinary secretive organs—known as gravel, catarrh of
the bladder and passages, Bright's disease,
diabetes, dropsy, piles, nervous debility,
etc Bend for pamphlet to LANOLBYi
CO., Wholesale Agents, Victoria.. Retailed by A. M. HERRING and D.8.CURTm
A 00., New Wfslmlnsh-r: T. McNEP-
LEY. Ladner*. Undine; H. McbOWXLL
4tC0., HA»TIN(_MHAM- MII-LCO.,THE
VANCOUVER DRUG CO., Vancouve^
W. E. MCCARTNEY A BRO., Vancouver
and Kamloops; J. B. LOVET-L Yale: W.
R. MEGAW, priest Valley; H. CLARK A
CO., Kamloopi. . dwseSyl
TESTIMONIAL!
KuncoHKr, tArd June, 1880.
MB. Q. ROBERTSON,
Representing Ooldle * McCulloch,
Oall, fint.
Sis.—We the undeMlannl having wlt-
neasad.the terrible Sre which wiped oat of
existence the young oity of Vaneouvar,
on th. Uttrin-t., have, after the Ore, examined the Ufa. nld by you, mm. of
which-van-pot tacit, mart Mv.ro t«t,
to testify to th
surrounded by large cp.ntl-
-_r-.D-_.--f- hacon, and we are pleased
MtUfylb the remarkable maimer In
flre» Wf.. Accident t Marine
iMOrtnce.
Domffirafl Express Corapy, Id.
Isittrs Cssidlin  sik Nslci
" ItoDght and Sold.
UOL.MMA STltEKT,
Tslsphoae H.     < Rff WUTHI-.TItl.
df«ta
which every Safe nld by you prewrvcKl
it. content., not only books and paper.,
but ain thousand, of dollar, in paper
money were t_ken oui In perfect condition, We can, therefore, with th. greatest confidence, reoommend them a. thoroughly flre proof)
L. A. Hamilton, tor the Canadian Paelfle
Rallnay Comnanyi M. A. >l,.o--«an.
"         4t»>ake, 8l.l-.-i_(*»_3!|sa
Justico of tho Peaeeihcaao JoKns, Coi.i
Edward E. Rond, Real Estate Broker;
IL Balfour, Aldmnan; John Ibutlln,
Real Estate Broker: Pither A Edson,
Royal Hotel: H. F. Keefer, Contractor,
C. tt. It.; J. Vi. MoPc.rI.dd, port Moody,
to Vancouver and English Bay; T. C
Inne. A Co, Real EMaU Broken; A. W.
Rom, Real Esfnte Broker; Gravely *
Spink), Rial Estate Brokers; R. 0. HI*
guson,Mgr.B.O. P. Mills.    '    J_Mtc
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
Printing  Company
,H TBKIOTH OF JANUARY, lt_7,
the' Coimismi  Newspaper and
o1  ______
Printing Concern was parohaml Vf a
joint -took Company oonpoHd ot cltlten.
cf New Westminster, to he known at ths
"Britith Columbian Printing Co.,
Limited." The concern has been for
nearly a year owned aad controlled hy
the British Columhla Stationary ud
Printing Company, ol Now We.lmln.ter,
Viotoria and Vancouver. The object Dt
tho _.«■ ooeipaey 1. to mitfc^. tiie publication of tho British Csttmsulr newspaper ami carry on a general printing and
publishing concern, controlled entirely hy
tlio-, -how Individual Interest It will be
to promote the development, especially
of tlio Mainland. There will be no
slackening of. th« energy hitherto displayed 111,% m.Mgement ol the eatab*
lUhmnnt, and lb patrons may rely 'npon
receiving full value ior their money,
'fheCoUiM-iAX will c-ntluw to be sh-
tirely Independent in both Dominion and
provinoial politic., and: will devote Itself
to the advancement of snch scheme, a
may he considered in the public lutemt.
The conoern 1. nowentirolyaeparatefrom
any other busineu, the- book and
-tetlonery Mtablishintai is till- dty
having heen taken over by Mr. T. H.
Peanoa, who will continue to etttf It on
In hie own name and fo. Ms-Mbaaalt.
It I. dnlral-. that a dally newiraper
ahcnld he maintained In thU city, and
th. new company uk. for pnblic patronage on the ground that'll I. engaged In
an enterprbe calculated to promote the
public wellare. It atks thai the Ool-
UMaiAS be Jndgad en Ms own SMrits and
cupportod only to long aa its policy la
enooittirtt with its professions. In consequence of this huslna-s change all ac*
conuts due tho concern must he aettM.i
without d.lay n that ths hooks ol tke
former company may bo adjusted and
olcMd. Address till communications and
remittances to
D. ROBSON, Manager.
New Westminster, Jan. SS, INT,
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'r.
I (tan Baoju Hi. and IS Pan. Miu,,
LONDON.
instit"t1e__. l6Q8.
FOR INSURING HOUSES 40THKR
Building., Goods, Wares, Merchandise,, Manufacturing and Panning Stock,
Ship. In Port, Harbor or Dock,, and the
"irgocsof such Veatol.; also, Ship, lmilil
v_*i.h.-__.v«h-i',_h_i wiivugnou.
Great Britain and Ireland and In Foreign
Conntrlw,
.ROM 1988 MR D__U__ Bt riKK.
Suuscribed and Invested Capital,
*l,800,00p STG.
Rate, of Premium and every Information can be obtained on application to
W.4. ANWWM,
Agent for New Westmlniter.
CoHfed«ratioB Life
ASS5C_AfiON.
imamatf-r rapiial    ........ Si.Me.aee
Full GovWt Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
a homeIompany.
Thit. Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:-
The Security offered to policy, liuUlen Ih
iimarpUKd by any company dolnr bail-
utu ln Canada,
Itbw noKbemesbf Insurance, but the
well-eKtabllshed lines, hence the polioy
holder* cannot be misled aRtothefroon-
Iraotj. . „
IU sMtemeata to the public can be readily understood, Ita cash statement showing every Item or Income and howezpen-
Its poRltloulsiucertalned annually from
a detailed valdatton In which every Item
_,*- U a Wis 11 h.l.l--l-._-a.
■ iMujiitcj ia siiviuu^u.
Its ptotress has been unexampled In
the hfitory of Insuhmce Ih Canada.
Its pollcleaafe indisputable after three
years, and non-forfeltaole after two yean'
existence.
Ita noflts an distributed upon an equitable oasis, The proflts lo one olaaa of
policy holders are not lessened to alve
larger proflts to any other class, which
method affords superior advantages over
the uniform bonus plan of distribution.
C-mhIHIom as to BesMeneeaM
T-ntel.
J. K. MaeDONAU),
Managing Dlreotor,
T. R. PiARtSON
Agent, ytew W«tmln>tei
;   jeMao^llemate,
t. d. IIM,
•HIM <t IHNRMR IN
GiliGTlINa
—*---*ii_^—
GROCERIES
TCST RKCEIVBD IN DRY GOODS,
STOCK
ball shades and material ol DRESS
OOODS, Inalsdlng Caahmsn., Merino.,
Silks, Satins, Black and Colorsd Valve-
teens and Plushes. COTTONS (bleached
sad aa-laseked.. UNINOS, BUTTONS, HOLLANDS, _c. Grey, White,
Scarlet and Checked PLANNKLS. LA*
DIES OLOVffl, In Cotton, Wool, Silk
snd Kid. Ladle. Merino and Lamb
Wool Vesta, JERSEYS, all pricea.
Hosiery, Muslins, Diaper Irish Linen,
Brilliant-, ke., ke.
Men's Clothing!
For' Quality, Style, Fit and Price,
can't be touched,
men's FuimisHmas
In efery Line. Cotton, Merino Snd
Wool Under-oar, White Shirts, Cuffs,
Collar., Glove., Braces, C.rdig.u Jacket., tc. Aho, Cotton, Mcilno.C_.h-
rcre, Umb. Wool and Knit SOCK-, in
grist variety.
AUo, HATS and CAPS, Ladle.'and;
Gcnte' RUBBER OOODS and UMBRELLAS.
In House Furnishing Goods
Carpets, Rngs, Window Fobs -tilth
Rings and Mounting., Window Holland
(Buff, Green and Striped), Dsm.sk and
Cretonne., Sheeting., Towels, White
OoanUrpuM, Bleached and Unbleached
Table Unena, Napkins, Ticking., Blank*
ets and Arctic-down Quits, Table Cloths
ud Co».ia.
IN GROCERIES
Knrytb-| _____ In a _nt .has __tab*
lUhmeot, and none bnt tht bait Canned
Gooda, Fruits, Meats andVegeUHee.
I deal efar fkeas Ceedh I teal hw
Ikeaaar keCf Ikeaa, Mt I cWtr yea tk.
best a*4 at tin leweat friee they eaa he
wM at, aaSrHsMwkatir. rent, seat
dnoRte
-^fr^T"
fingy warn mm,
Prints, Ginghams, Piques,
LADIES' & GEKT8' SUMMER MERINO & COTTON UNDERWEAR.
Men's, Boys'A, Children's Straw Hats,
--•-fce_;;   Ad-■.:=■■,,,: . ,.,
"^•For the next four weeks *»e will allow 5 per cent discount on aiU
Psroels purchaje^ ^xceediiig He sum of Trp Doirart. "     ' '" f;
-  - - • i- BTltf_)T*lStTll1TjtTl'_SIP
_rwWM|ailasl.r,llayl"<lk.l«ll. i-mid-.-,    dwihrWc
PI X; ANDBRSON1, DwENDAST.
Notice of Salf iby. tofioff.
PURSUANT TO EXECUTION AGAINST LANDS ACT, 1874,
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BWTISH COLUMBIA.
MIUjS t HUTCHRSON, PLAisnresi
jomn Mcpherson ft co;, PiAumrmi __...___......__
'    V. I. ANDERSON, Dsnk'naiiT.
IN OBED-toCB TO WWlS Olf M. FA.,,M8U»D0U'i;OF THESUPfli-ME
Court of British Columbia, at "Vic'oria, eu the t'litwrnth-day of April, l-»7,
and on the Nineteenth day of April, 1887, respectively, and to me directed In the
above-named suits, for the suns of 8302.72, debt and tued cost., together with
Interest upon the same at the rate of 4 per centum per annum from tbe Mth day
of December, 188S, ud 8360.80, debt aod taxed cost., together with intern* upon
tbe ssme at the rah) of 4 par centum per annum from the 16th day of December,
1888, besides Sheriff-'. Fee. and Poundage, ftc, I have seised and will sell by Auction, at the Court Hook, N.w Westminster, on Tieidsy the Silt Bsy 01 Ms.,
1881, at. o'clock p. m., .11 the right, title and interest of the aaid P. IS. Andenon
in the land. Ab ilesoribed In this advertisement, or sufficient thereof to aatufy the
judgment debts and expenM. iu these action., .object to a mortgage for 11500.00
and intercut on the aaid mortgage at 10 per centum per -inuum from the Mth day
of,-.oveml-sr,;18-_.        ..    ^T ..; :.   "'1,*\..
New Wes-mhirtirr; ^fij^fj* "* 2S0' Agricultural Land.      {intent.
CO.VCISE DE-CR1PTI0N t
or ntopsBir.      I
The Jndgmant. were regbteted in tli. I*
against nid uuitb, on the SOth day of Dccmb
.try Ollice, New Westminster,
dmyotd
-vr. t. ■;& ■R,Tv-**BT-SO-*_rc-i*. s_j.«_-_f.
Gh_B8_____-___-r _B____.__S-3-_A.IiTS I_bT
MACEUETS, PINS, tOOKETS, CHAINS, AC.
Also a large  assortment  of   SILVER   PLATED   WARE
KNIVES,' FORKS, SPOONS, &c
(7* All Goods guaranteed, to be as represented.
C. M. McNaughten,
dw-jai9tc Colonial Block, New Westminster, B. C.
  -_■!)''_Jjv -.. --'-lijiii'l _-.iiu'-i.'-j-_-„lL... . ::.____u_.iuis)_»
The "GLOBE HOUSE"
TTAVE RECEIVED A LARGE AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF
Qoods,       -lillinery,
Ladles' aud Children's Underwear,
ehll__.iV. While and (ol-refl nre8-_6, for all *_**, ut low Pri«ss.
Also, a variety of Bed Quilts Did laee Curtain-, PIpshCR,
8alin_. TClnlR nnd TelVCte.IW, sn* Everything kept in a flrst-clsss
Dry Goods Shop.       ^"Inspection invited."^
dwapttte
"*&*Mj   -R-A.-S,,
^m^mmmmmmWJ'.. J *h*A*rjL»aat.
IfYouWantaGoodMeal
— _0 TO^~
iis. nnn •„..x_!_*8
NEW RESTAURANT
cl.pllssl
0. B. Ackerman.       T. Arkrrman.
ACKEHMAN«S.,
CONTRACTORS?Bl!l._. S
EMIMatM Clrrn un W„Hi a»- lirrr he
lh. my or lii.aur.
PKHFECT SATi*ir.\CTH>N   OWnn.Vi*
-. T8KU IM A'DIlrtpAS-*?
We' haV. oome io .tny end iteinnii. Ifln-
templstlnt hnlkllng will dn well Ih see,,,
before Rlvlhg llielr cuntract..
dwmhSlto Sew llflila.lir. u»\)..
Municipality of Kew
Westmlniter.
_|STO'XlIC._E3'!
NIO TKE
FH-W-WeiiiS
Itoll lor
or Revision ana Appeec win 0.11.111 ai tne
Council Chamber, on UM llth day ot
Hay next, ut 11 o'clock noon, to hear
--.«,   jw.mMl.lnl. ma.in*f '.l.jkrM.«..Mi-*-,t
na-r next, at 1. o'cioea noon, to near
any oomplalnt. asalnst the assessment
forlhepreaent—" 	
dap-Jet    "f!lS.A._OBII__)y,r.M.C.
■_•■_:
HITE
IS KINGS
TTAVIKO-EODREDTHBAOBIOT
XI M thU clcbratoil Maohine, I
would he plcsMd to send one on trial to
any panon dc_lro«. ol purchasing." the
HmM_h are sold en _ha|r,ow_l_Hrl__
Kvery Machine guaranteed bjr the Com-
pany lor Ave years, _. ,
C.   J. HoBSON'J-.
Trait, Oonfertloneiy A Fancy Olalt*
wan k China Store,
Cslmllsst.,     .     Mir MM.
llJMte THE DAILY COLUMBIAN
rnunis
■ itni
limn Chwhus Nimm Mmnit (bums.)
At the Compan.'. Steam Prlntlns Bf
tabllsl
.pany.fi
lament,
ColumblaSt.
Delivered In the City dally.. .Be. per week
m_i___.ii-.o». -*_».... * tiaw
P&M Jailmate months ..«.  Ml
__M__M____rmm*__.
Traa_leatA_TerilseMals.-flntleser-
tlon, 10 ets. per line -olid nonpareil; each
■ubM<iu.ntconHcutiv.lB.ertfon,3cta,p.r
line. Adv.rtlHm.nl. aot laMrted every
day, Meli. per 11.e eaoh Insertion.
_>.
calll
 mom nading matter,
line eaoh Insertion. Bpecial.
   aiU-P toad .ertlsementi,-lets.
Birth?, H.rrlaies .nd Deitha, 11 tor each
'wtt,tTdlit*S^&ft^SSSaKUW
A.rtl.a lales, when dl.plued, ehe-md
2- per cent, m. than tnn.l.nt advt., If
solid, charted at regnlar traniltat rates.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
■sued evety Wca.es iar Marnligi
Delivered In the City, per year.....*. 13.00
.......      J_QJ
.vt_i(i_;*i__!t„i
1.96
miu.* umnmi mu. .--,-
Traa-U. aljtd.erll-emeau.-Flrst Inaertlon, 10 cU, per Una wild nonpareil; subsequent Inwrtlons, I cu. per line.
Starting AdveHUea-.nto.-For 1 Inch,
U..'-pwmonth; -In-.t2perm.; Iln..H.M
Krm.; 1 col. 113.75 nerm, II Inserted for
■ thanSbolJSp-rosat_.ll ..added
to ItHsnln.' '   ^^	
Special notices among feadlni matter,
ots. p«r line Mch Insertion.
fato mu.tb.all metal, aad for large cut.
an extra nte will be oharged. No advt.
 ... m either lsane for less than |1.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS OAT.
C. P.R... ..H.!_■_<_*
Grand Concert.  ..Drill Shed
Municipal Notice J. A. Robinson
R.C, Hospital Director.
SailB ft
.Golnmbian
Meats. Kvcnlnc. May IS, IIN,
"Oasis.
Eastern mail 12 houn late. *_c_t.
The William Irving went up to Yale
thia morning.
Ike Yosemite brought up 63 tons of
freight yesterday.
Tha thermometer registered 78 deg.
i'n the shade yeaterday.
AU the city swells donned their
spring rnita this morning,
Henn. Rudge & Monok are displaying sn elegant mantel.
A detachment of mounted police has
been located at Banff park.
The Calgary Tribune advooatae the
annexation of Alberta to thii province.
An item of (10,000 appear, in ths
Dominion estimates for a (arracks for
B.0.
Nsw lot of -Ladies' Embroidered
Costume., Fariaian stylee/at'J. Ellard
A Co's. i -ay-tc
A Ine assortment of Enkcoidery
direst from Snitaarlind, at J Ellard
ft Co'a. myOtc
Montreal busineu men are seeking a>
reduction in C.P.R. ntea to British
Columbia.
The oourt of appeal nnd revision
hu been postponed until Wednesday
.it three o'clock.
The Montreal tnin is IS houn lata
tc -day in consequence of some obstruction near Donald. ' f-jj"?
The young ladies of the high school
st Nanaimo made a collection of $88.36
for ths Nanaimo relief fund.
Then an now 360 Chinese working
un the Brighouse ettate, Van. Thsy
are not molested in any way.   , -
A run-sway hone broke the lamp
post on ths corner of MoKensle snd
Clarkson its. on Saturday evening.
Just reoeived, il mon Hasp's Patent
Earth Closets, of eztn quality; call
aad see then.
* H. M. CranuroHii A *°*
Ths Yoietnito, on her departure,
had on board a large quantity of win,
to bs used in stringing a telegraph line
along ths E. ft N. R R.
Any penons having houses in this
city to rent will please communicate
with Band Bros., ss ths demand for
houses is large. dmalOte
Tha San FnncUco Bridge Co. began
this morning driving the piles for the
foundation of Mr. Edmonds nsw hotel
on ths corner of Front ft Colombia
A bnkeman in ths employ of W. E.
Bkokett on the Wellington extension,
named Fnnoh, was killed on Friday
afternoon by a train, which backed on
him unawares.
The poles for the new electric light
have been erected st Vancouver, and
ths building is in oourse of erection.
By jubilee day it is expected from"SOO
to 400 lights will ba in opention.
Donald haa had ita fill of sensation
within the past week. What with four
bodin found in. the Columbia snd
thnt- shooting aaain, ons of which is
probably fatal, Judge Vowsll hss his
hsndi pretty lull.
A N«r •___.—Ws aMf-itolate ths
N«stkft-#**m.J...
Tn _-___.-_____- Msashan Bros.
b^__-n__._*tc--_y forth, tat
_Mp.-f_N_-._--o.-Mr. Gordon
hssgri_tlkWl«HOsmonglbs-ss>bsH
of thsb«W-( oommont lor the Rs-
nsimo Ni-ti (asd.
s ifiiVjiiJii   ...'■■■ i   ■
RiH*AT -otmi.—Mr. Gkhholm'i
bill toflll-H-nli ths Wntaiuter
SonHmti ji-iny 0». hu paned a
■eooadrea-Jf __'-_• howiof com-
A Niw Howa.—Mr. Ju, laidlaw,
tHt asmtm, Intsods -noting s splendid
rsaidenoa st Ssppsrton. Construe-
tfans <___•: b»-'*-_• on with vtry
Ml.'      ...	
Disauowax-S Bg*-jmB.- Io ths
tmttmi mttmrn Blr Hsoto- Lsnga-
Tin uid it wu __sinto_iio_of--S
goTsmmsnt to ntoio ths »nMmmm
" Thajr must keep, _4tb *iw
-fis/PkcMc-aUwsy.
..J S.    ■'.-JLICL'.'.   ■'.   *i'-H-   '•.■-■"I
GK-seous.—One of onr citbsena tho
other day received IIS fees « witnois
in the ttearil murder esse. He immediately handed it over lo the Nanaimo relief fund, and promised be-
sidu to give two barrels nf salmon.
Suoh generosity is most pnlseworthy.
SAJTOosBimsDBrosira.—Thgfol-
lowing is a statement of ths Winces
at credit of depositors in government
savings banks in British Coiumbin on
Msrch 31,1887:
Victoria   11,666,661.(10
Now Wutmintter       280,717.42
Nanaimo       262,030.60
. _ ♦ •■
Whsbi Is Hit—Somo time lut
winter Mr. Zed S. Smith mads agree*
uso. with ths citinns to sprinkle the
busineu streets during the summer
months. If Zed i« going to carry out
his asneinent it might bs adviaablo
for him to goat his labon at onoe, u
ths dust stu Dying pretty truly tool*  _____       	
...
A Paa_i_io.ii Cu-TO!-.—On Saturday evening Constable McBroom ar-
rceted a Chinaman In the swamp for
wiling liquor to sn Indian. On
sesrohtog tho prisoner an iron bur
shoots foot long and about three-
?[Uarten ol an inch in diameter wu
ound on him, in one of hia inside
pockets. This'would prove a very
formidable weapon in Ihe hand, of
anyone evilly disposed. The const.*
blu uy that nearly .11 the Chinamen
in the city carry tome concealed weapon on them, either a kuife, a thug or
an inn bar or ball. .
Tin Nanaimo Dnusra.—All but
the bodies of 6 white men snd 11 Chinamen have now been recovered from
the mine. Work at South Field is
likely to be returned to-day and
the publio schools will re-open. At a
publio meeting held Saturday night a
relief committeo wu appointed.
President, the mayor of Nanaimo;
vice-presidents, mayon of Victoria,
New Westminster and Vancouvor;
honorary treuunr, S. M. Robins;
honorory aecretary, Dr. Proper, and a
committee of thirty-two, with power
to add to their number.
Ssasonabie.—While onngea can be
bought for suoh trifling sums, they
should, be on the breikfut table in
everjtfcme. Ths habit of eating fruit
certainly should be encouraged in all,
and (medially in older children. It is
said of the oninge that it it ono of the
mott useful aiid agreeable of common
fruits. It is exceedingly grateful and
nf nailing to the palate, and, in the
ripe .UU, it it so little likely to occasion disorder u to bs admissible under
almoat every condition, both of sick-
neu and of health. Thia ia quite true
of the juioe of the fruit; but the fibrous
partitions an much mow slowly acted
upon by the digestive fluids, and should
be rejscted by invalids suffering from
gutrio or intestinal irritations.—£«■
ton Herald. ***
Nanaimo Belief.
WINES Of THOUWNOHAVf SHICIIMO.
Penitentiary Ofljcen.... f'.W.. 172.60
HyackFinCo  100 00
City"
'.'.■..'... MO 00
Prcebyterlan chnreh (collections) 162 60
Rel. Episcopal churoh " 66.00
Roman Catholio ohurch , " « 00
Public subscription.  719 76
fe
81647 73
Then arc several lists to come In yet,
which will he dnly acknowledged as soon
as reported. ■   ■
Eastern Cinada.
St. Johns, N.B., is submerged.
Copeland ft MoLaren, importers ol
ig iron, ftc, Montreal, have failed.
liabilities, 8236,000.
The gross earnings of the Canadian
Pacifio foi' ths week, ending the 7th
inst., were 8200,000, an increase of
832,000 ovor the ume period lut yenr.
Holloway-Corn Cure Is th. medicine
to remove all kind, of corn, aud warts,
and only cost, the small sum of twenty-
five cents.
...
j;>"    ,  Tie Dead.
Deputy Skene, for 25 years a member ol the nichstag, died at Vienna
yesterday afternoon.
Geo. Wallace, for many yean oon-
nected with the Montresl Star, and
correspondent of tho Associated Press,
ls dead.
William Lohse.ons of ths prominent
eitltent of Victoria u well at of ths
province, a Cariboo pioneer, an enterprising and generous citi-en, died in
Victoria on Saturday evening,
Then is nothing equal to Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator for destroying
worms, No article ol IU kind hu given
■uch satisfaction.
Mr. Henry Hsrehell, Reeve of "Duhn,
write.! "Sometime ago I got a bottle ol
Northrop k Lyman'. Vegetable Diacoverv
Ion. enn. in Uver Complaints, Dyspsp-
peia, eto.. in purifying tbe blood and restoring manhood to lull vigor, j
.    ..i Pollee ..-ft,
[Before T.O. Atkinson, P. H„ and Capt.
.    : Pittendrigh, J. p.]
Charlie, an Indian, having liquor in
hia poues.ion.line. 826 or twn months
in jail. f-V*
A Chinaman, lor wiling liquor to
Charlie, ths Indian, fined 8126, or six
month! in ths obsin gang.
Barber vs. EicholF, a cron asuult
cue, dismissed.
ftliy Trainer, a swamp "angel,'
lor tsnult,  three montha at hard
Personal.
A-st. Sink Downie.of tho C. P. R,
wu th ths city today.
Puungen per atr. Yosemite:-*Mr.
and Mrs. Wallace, Mrs. Atkinson,
Mrs. McTernsn, Jo.. MeArthur, Joe
Paine, John Puts, Tetchg, T. Mowat,
C. Bnthour, W, Lowmai, Burne.
' Mr. aad Mn. Hontio Webb havs
arrived ulely at Chilliwhack, aftor
.pending uvenl month, in Kngland
sad ths United Statu. Mr. Webb
uys hs is vary (lad to get horns again,
for thsn is oo plaoe mon congenial
thsn British Columbia,
At lbs Farmers Home: Mrs.
Logan, Port Moody; Samuel Bandall,
Port Haney; J. 0. Humphny, Lulu
Island; Gilbert Ward, Sapperton;
Jamu Prestidge, Sumy; Oyril Oow,
Msrk Oow,1 Andrew Rick, Mn. Miller
snd thru childnn, Vsnoouver; John
H. Mclnnu Surrey; Mrs. Mitchell,
Mi.s Msgee,Jamu Rowling, North
Am; Wm. SrnMb, Olovsr Valloy.
Sipreae Court.
IBefore Mr. Justice MeOrellhtJ
Monday, ISth Msy, 1887. Ths sp-
peals by Hector Fsrguwn snd Henry
Dswson, two of ths councillors at.
Maple Ridge, againit eonviotloni
made by W. J. Hsrris, neve, snd
Oeorge Howison, J. P., for alleged re*
luultourveu councillor., contrary
to sac. 47 ol tha Municipality Aet,
1881, came on for hearing to-day.
Mr. MoColl appeared lor ths appellants sod Mr. Bole for ths corporation
of Maple Ridge. It appured that the
neglect to attend two meeting, ol ths
oouncil oonetitoted the alleged ofanos.
Mr. MoColl oontendsd ths. u. ths n-
apoadeoU hsd taken the oath el uffloa
ths fallun to atlsnd two mutlsgs wu
not s nfuul to swvs. Morsovir, in
fut Ihsy sbwatsd th.m-.lvw ebly
ponding ths decision of ths quution
whether frwh Irtten patent should bs
obtained, which wusauflcisnt reason. Mr. Bolt admitted thst lhs ooo*
vistisas oould aot bt .Detained, bot
■sbnllted that no oosts ihould bs
gives. Hii lordship uid hi oould ue
no ground for deputing from ths utusl
nils thst snil folio* lhs ersnt.  Con-
viction.  quuhed  sosordiagly,  with
.... ■_. ^
condensed Despatches.
The strike of tho Picton, N.S. cool
minen ended today.
Tho Czar and Czarina left St. Peten-
burg this morning for Nova Tcher-
telka.
A fire broko out in the Chinatown
of Fresno, Cal., lut night and burned
about thirty houses. Lou 860,000.
'J William O'Brien, editor of Pnited
iTreland hu been elected without opposition for the north division of Core.
Three director, of glow worki at
Vallental have been expelled and accused of belonging to the French re*
reserves and drilling their fellow-workmen.
The new German liberals are forming an unti-coni law league. They
propose to publish a paper and organize meetings and provoko agitation
throughout the country.
A submarine cable in the bay of
Sevastopol has been cut in several
places iaad portions of it have been
stolen. Only high military officials
knew of the existence of the cable.
A dispatch from Odessa uys that
the bankruptcy oourt ia blocked with
insolvency cases of old-established and
hitherto flourishing concern,, Msny
commercial man would weloonw war u
infinitely preferable to the prawn t ds>
'^t**.*,' ''■■•_,•
• -., It is rumored that Herr Blieheeden*
agent on behalf of ithree large banking
firms in Berlin and lour in St. Petersburg, hu concluded sn extensive ar-
nngoment for' converting the present
outstanding Ruuian loans into a new
issue with tho view or raiting Runisn
credit abroad.   ,   J<$: ■■
—'• '""*' ' -' Hi
A Hiht Worth Hizd).o. Life loses
half Its teet when dilution le Immanent*
ly Impaired., Ssnly than a .needy
meant ot restoring this euentlal ot bodily
comfort ia worth trying. Evtry rank,
every profossion, bean itt quota cf
evidence to the beneficent influence upon
the-tooauh. snd aUo upon tha livor,
bsweh and Udn-yi, of jforthrop k Ly-
man's Vegetable lHscovery and Dyspeptic: Core, or celebrated Blood Purifier.
What la the wise ooune suggested to the
siok by thb testimony? We luve them
to decide. ,  •
-hi.. ita        ' -■_■__■-—
Maple Bldge Council.
Counoil met May 7th. Memben
wan all in attendance.
Communioatioas rt rosd work snd
other mstten were read snd ordered
filed.
Appropriations for roads were laid
over until next meeting. Councillor
Dawson gave notioe thst st nut muting he would bring ia a by-law for the
ule of land for delinquent taxes.
Rosd oommittss'i nport on Hr.
Hindi's claim wu adopted.
Mr. H. R Beckett explained that
he examined all the records referring
to the rood alleged to bs 06 feet wide
between lots 398 and 401 and discovered that tho rood wu not gazetted.
It wu resolved that the facta in reference to tiie matter in dispute be referred to Hi. Bolo for s legal opinion.
Road by-law tor 1887 reoeived its
fint snd aeoond reading.. Statute
labor by-law wu nod s third time snd
puwd.
Application for a now road beat at
Port Haney wu laid over until noxt
meeting.
Ths olerk wu instructed to write to
the surveyor-genenl in reference to
section linu in townships 11,14, snd
IB- ,       _\ i
Mr. Trembath'. claim tor fence wu
referred to the road committee.
Itwu resolved that.napplication
UaadaforUieexfi.ni-:t_*8_)iti
of ths municipslty one-half mile north,
and that the returning offloer take s
voto of'ths partiu alb-ted by auch extension.
Road oommittee of Word No. 2 wen
instructed to louts s road to Mr.
Angus Ferguson's farm and employ a
Wholesale city Market.
Beef, ' per 100 lbs,...
Pork "
Mutton  ..'!
mdesur-*)'' -..
raatoes    "
Turnips ,   " '
Carrot.      "
Parsnips    ".
BMt. '•'        	
Cabbage '•	
Onions ••   -   :	
Apple. '•        	
Pears .'•        	
Wheat - • "	
Oat. "        	
Feu "        	
Butter (roll.) peril""""!!!"'.!!
Cheen, •> 	
Egg.,      perdo..  	
Oe_se,      eaoh     .,
Duck. "	
Chickens,    .       	
Turkey., per lb     	
Cordwood (retail) per cord....
surveyor if neoessary.
All application! for gni
wen referrsd to road oommittee. to
All application! for grants on roads
j* -Iftktu instructed lo obttln J
doc oopiw of ths Muniolpalitlu Act
and amendmenta thereto, for ths um
of counoil.'
Oounoil thsn adjourned.
C. A. Livingstone, Plattavill., My.:
"I have muoh pleasure in recommending Dr, Thomu' Eolectrlc OU, trom hav*
ing used it myself, and having wid It for
some time. In my own caw I will say
for it that it ls the best preparation I
have every tried tor rheumatism."
Job nrintfai of all kiads neatly dona
at the Coiotuuit offloe.   Prion .-*"
\WsmS^jm
lie Confederation Life.
The annttal report of thia Mlidly prosperous Canadian institution will bs fonnd
In another column. The facta revuled
in the .-counts aad the Director.' nport
thoroughly justify the ecomlnm. which
the -harehoUen pnswt butowri upon
lanagemant. Thanks tothe resolute
er in whioh the Company hu de-
themai
cllnetl   to   emharh, upon extravagant
..   .    . ■•*,»-(„•
methods of pnonrlng hn-lnem, the work*
ing expenses of the company bear to the
total income the very smsll ratio of be*
tween 17 and 18 per cent. A point at*
testing the soundnem of thc fintnees of
the Company ll the fact that the interest
Income is sufficient to pay thc death
claim.—whioh in a company of the age ot
the Confederation Life Is something to he
proud of. The assets snd liabilities are
ut forth In minute detail, and the table,
show that, alter making allowance for all
pouible contingencies snd providing for
every debt, then h a surplus ot 1282,168
over liabilities and capital combined.
The In ores*! In the uut. in the hut year
wu 8200,300. So much for what can be
done by rigid adherence to what thc
President defined u the true policy ot
the Company, viz:—"To keep its balance
.beet right asd avoid unnecessary, un*
win, or extravagant expenditure for the
take merely ol increasing new business."
—Toronto Globe. T. E. Pesnon ft Co.
are agents tor this company in British
Columbia. ml Wo
,   . ,—--•_•	
Whits Bbonib Mon.mbnts. —White
Bronze Is a comparatively new substance,
and hu come into large uw, rapidly, for
apeclal purpoaee in tip. country. It bu
bean fonnd to bo w witli adapted tor ste-
tuary and monumenta, that companlu
have bees for some time established st
Bridgeport, Conn,, Drtroit, Mich., Du
Molaw, lows, snd St. Thom.., Canada,
who an making monuments of sll kinds
and styles. From experiments msde by
theu companies, lt hu been found that
the material will stand exposure for an
Indefinite period—it i. practically Indc-
strnotible. White Bronze .being non*
corrosive and unchangeable, It i. stated
to be equal to gold, .Uver or platinum,
and superior to copper or antique bronze,
which throw, off a verdigris. The monument, are cut from refined zinc, and are
given their sparkling appearance hy the
sand blast, sand being blown egalnst the
work nnder a high pressure of steam,
which cuts tht surface, but doe. not adhere to it A thin film of oxide which
form, on thi. bronze I. indistmotlble by
the elements; It cannot he diHolved by
water, and air cannot penetrate It, although the film Is w thin u to be im*
measurable. No corrosion, It Is affirmed,
oan take plaoe.—Boston Journal of Commerce. Chu. J. Robion, New Weitminiter, Is agent for tbe White Bronze
Monumenta in Britiah Columbia. Much
chuper and mon durable than any
other myfitc
§T. PAUL'S CHURCH, service, ev-
> ery Sunday at 11 a. k. and 7 r. a. In
• Church, 8_ John .treat, ..low Royal
avenne. Bent, free, all are cordially Invited, Bunday Hchool at iMr, a.
         . (featc)	
■THODIST CHURCH,  Hary St.
_. Rev. O. W.Uon, Putor. Service, at
-_m.andT__.a_   Sunday Bchool and
. IbleCIMs a:»p. m.   Prayer Muting on
Thursday, atl p. m. Best, free; strangers
cordially Invlled. Jc7*k
8SPTIST CHVRCH, Agnes Htrwt,
11 But of Mary Street.. Rev. Robert
pnle.puhir. Ian!'. Bay Service, at 11
a. m. and 7
m. Sabbath Bchool and
■    caiox IjOpub ne. s, a. r.
*ilT^r*l^},f•••Th• "i"1" c*m-
jUf mnhlctlons of this Lodgo .re
Dr\ held on th. lirst Monday In «uh
month. Bojournlng brethren are cordially Invited toattend 	
' , PETER ORAHT,
fatt-te  ' Secretary.
Municip^Notice.
THJ_P^M.,Wn._.S„«S_
aJiournodUl Wedanday tke IBM lau..
at J o'clock p. m.
By order,
J AB. A. ROBINSON,
dmyUU C.A.C.
Nanaimo Relief!
DRILL SHED,
Tuesday, May 17,1887
W 818 8f Wl MMIII0 WfFIHM.
[Programme In datall to-morrow.]
Adaslssl-a, ai, Doors open st 7:90) concert atl c-olock. dmyld
CANADIAN PACIFIC
J^^gm^mrmw^l^m '__r      'H
9
Vf,
RAILWAY.
I»_AJIP ATTKR   MONDAY.  MAY
' Mrd, Trains will arrive at and leave
Mtmlnlter,.. undsri
Ijocal Ei press fr'm Vaneonver,D_lly.llitt
S/aeei Eapnufram Vanoouver, Dally
(except Mendayl... Hm
Sroeat Ezpnn for Vanconver, Dolly... T:S0
Atlantic Harness for Montreal, Ac.-,. _
I Dally [exe.pt Monday].-.-. Ilc47
Train due to arrlv. at lira connfots
with Paclde Ixpma from Montreal at
Westminster Junction.
H. ABEOTT. .   _
O.n'l Bupt
PoH Mooily, U.y 11,1M7. ilmyllis
WANTED.
3TOUNG GIRT- TO DO UCfflT HOUSE
L    -fork. Apply nt ono and a-half Rtory
oubc, corner of Agnes and Doturlaa
Streets. dmylaia
NOTIC   E.
WANTED TO PURCHASE M OR 80
lords ol No. 1 Alder Wood.  Apply
to Vf. Tt. LEWIS.
dwmyl2ml Nsw Westminstor.
Piano Tuning.
MR.O. H. GOODWIN, OP VICTORIA,
will vl.lt New We.tmln.ter ahortly,
i few days. Orders for tuning mny b.
left at Lyal's Bookstore,
ilnpffltc GOODWIN A JORDAN.
Draft Found.
rUND  IN THIS  CITY, A DRAFT
on an Ontario Bank. The owner li
requested   to  prove property and pay
"*"    Apply at the store of
CHAS. MCDONOUGH,
charges.
t-tnyOto
Front Street.
B
County Court.
OTIPE M ___BEiir biVEN.THAT
Ihe County Court set for Wedneaday
 Ith May, tm, will be postpo- * '
Wednesday the lst day of June, 1887.
By onler,
dm.lwl E.A.JENN8,B.IJjC.
B. C. Monumental Works
CHURCH    STREET.
fJTARBLE AND QBAM1TE WORK of
M all kinds. Call and Inspect befon
patronising Island capital. I leave my
work to .peak for luelf. X. _k-Ra aa*
VrenllM. empltyrt. •
dwapllte ALEX. HAMILTpff
NOTICE.
SHTINOB OF TRE OOUNTY OOURT
of Cariboo will beheld-
At Olinton, Friday, Mth Hay, 1M7.
At Lillooet, Wedneaday, Uth May. 1817.
At IIO*Mile House, Tuesday, _8th June,
I«7,
At Soda Creek, Thunday, 80th Jnne,
1187.
At Que-nellemoutb, Monday, Ith Joly,
At Rlcbflold, Saturday, Ith July, 1M7.
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
Provinoial Secretary,
Provincial Secretary*. Olliee,
aoth April, inf. dapWd
ATJCTIONSALB
REAL IsTATE,
Stage Outfit, Furnit_rt, SraeeriH,
2 SfU Buggy Hamm, Mtxiean
Sa-dli tt Bridla. UdlM'
Side Saddle,
AX_> A TAIIRI »r IVtSA AETICin.
tJAVINO RECEIVED INSTRDO-
II tion. bom Mary A. Pickard, I will
Ml by Public Auction, at Balasmomi,
New Westmliuter, on
Friday Horolns, SOth lasUBt,
ne BaHfe'Eaal
".'» uw.,,-,«..*--„; *„. ,„e Road run.
through centre of Property. The Hll I.
of eicellent quality and It I. well wat
ered. Thi. Property will be sold to pay
off raort«Hei,"I>sfl price, N par acre,
and will be wid without re»rv«.
ICEIVED
'iSSSl
lily, to »
I BAVE AIM RECEIVED INSTRUC'
•Ions from Mr, W. PreMon, who 1.1*.
I fmm tb. tt-g. BndnMa.on aenauai
u.sib la hU f.mlly, lo sell al Urn.
m.,hl.
Maglag •alii, oonalitlng of 1 .nan of
Mane, I adding, 1 good stage' 1 Mt
Doubt. BuD.-i,1lUac RoWl, Ar., .nd a
.u.njSyof-Sll-itlUllii..       IV- 'i.i
HAVE ALSO RECEIVED INRTRUC*
XI tion. fnm John MoMurphy, Ew., to
an.t-am.Um., ,. ,..,;.' jfi'ii]
Thatvalnabl.plM.of Und.tr
known as ut I, ■laaki, ial
Ra, Ia, Mag one Mie.	
listed oa. chain norl, 	
ih.Ooqnltlarnlioad. ThlsplM.
Is v.rj
.uilabL-  	
XT^iWWg...^^-.,
propirty? T.Sii. BPftKI   fffifeubi
balance In .1 yean.
Will offer at samo time)
r.aMeeaMe-aete.Iat., being iubdlvl<
Bxa^^iB
lot. In i
cathi*
onr'"
._ contain ordinary I
 ._j.forth.wi Upererat,
i| balance In 8,0 and I month., with-
inSwi. ,!"■ iiti '■ n-'f - I
.AIso-l.laefJMIer and a variety of lun.
dry Herahandlse.
Bale at 18 o'clock, Friday morning, May
SKb, 1887.
n*. .T  ff,-^ A *}-,,        .
ilwmriitt Anellonrer.
WEW
1 It. ha »itt itfod* *atvA
a) tellts uvroiitl-lle-v o
We have just Received and '{SSf#fwb
Week large shipments of New Sptitig •}. $
Ooods, assorted as foi-ows;        -;
Fancy Dress Goods,
Black Dress Goods,
Dress Trimmings & Linings, 3:
Printed Cottons&Gingham*
. _-".ai*.'.-(
Black Silks & Satins.
Lace Curtains & Counterpanes.
Table Linens. Napkins A
„._. fawellnifse
Hid «loves. Corsets & Hosiery.      " %
Embroideries, Laces A Edftlntfa.
Collars, Caffs ft Handk^ch^fs
Clathlng, Hatrs «n_ Men's Farnlablng Coods, """
...     Carpets, Linol.n_u,oUCIot_ii aad Hal*.
AUOFFMIOATVBRVOI-OMraiOU. "■-      - ._' -_i.*9" jot
D. DftYSDALE &<?%,:
Af HI -, 1887 73 Colnmbia St., New Wertminiter,
JUBILEE YEAR 1887.
Just reoeived in our Millinery and Utene
Department, the Newest Designs from ion-
don Dlreot, consisting of
NOVELTIES IN HAT9.
The Battenberg, Lady Churchill, Queen's Jubilee, Norfolk, Cban^oi,
Rutland, Suffield, Pagoda, Marchioness, Ellen Terry, Puri; new   •■
and striking Sailor Hats and Boating, Picnic and Sun Hjite W  V
numerous varieties.
ROBE COSTUMES.
M&^-Sj^^
i Great additions have been made to our usual heavy Stock, in.:.
every Department, including Men's Clothing and Furnishing. . „'"
JAMES ELLARD & CO.,
Iwaplte
' id c;i111
: i ,.Mh I einSi
...   -        ■■   ■ •   .oicj ■•«*     . _
OOI_XJTs<-_3I.--. S-TSBBT,        ,.
■- '.r.'* "-'"'.-. CAfli  U^it!'-"    ■■■
tltpSOto
FURNITURE
MA_< _. ACTOIU-IW ARO DIA
. AUKwworrtJitKi.
REMOVED
sn*ms* ifftmSHIJSJJF •"* "-v.
imkm^mVmp
taAeell..
StlH
ETerTMuiolU-niiriwki
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ull'Si. tf','1 ll '""lu
,  :..'|M|A-)T.llf4_>«<iii;i- no. iii ,oB
CHEMIST4DRU661ST, v,
. intticmsuimnm'j.^ti
. vm< .,mrnsftmvimfmx' t^jjj"j:^
■'* ■ -- {J *•'''    -i''* •|'1 '•  OTUiojl  Bl   t**M   '.■*
nptoiM^>r«HiMMijMli_a^    •
ll* Malttia ftaeiafir. • •
_,«. .^ocilt rl,
N   R.~fMw<S**tmWDlwtt_*t'ir
O-r^^-i'u^r^..^,.

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