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Array Government. Printing offloi
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■*   vv^'it'^ra^Oit.iBr<rV^^w»ArpW.J,.1_,:
VOLUME 6
; NEW '^TMrfTSTER' B. C, PRlbAY EVENING, JULY 6, 1888.
D
•WOLF SMITH, M.D.
OFl'IOK-IJIntHson street, opposite rear
entmnco of Colonial Hotol.
ItESinENCR-Asrues St., oiiposllo new
Baptist Clnui'li,  Tblopliouo No."28.
OFFICE HOURS-IO a, in. lo 12 noon; _
lo 6; and 8:30 In 9 p. in. ilnolOte
IT   M.COOPEU, B. A.,M.D„
WIY8ICIAN * SURGEON.
r I'l'lt'E irrul ItlrlSlMENCE-Churcll St.
(next rlnor to Farmers* Homo), near
(riiluinbtii SI., New Westmlnstor, B.O.
OFFICE HOUIlH-8tol0a,m.| Ito a and
8.30 to 8 p. m. Colls In town and country promptly attended to. feZto
E*l  WttLSH,     ,|,.|,.,|,,y
DBNTI8T.  .
Room 18,       •        •        Colonial Hotel.
OVYtonJ-louna—liitoi. ureal.
i     pORBOIl.D A HeCOll,
BARRISTERS, .
ruir.iorroRs, tero.
Offloes. Masonic Uulliliii'-n, New Westminster, and Vancouver. B. C.     jyai.dwto
C. ATKINBOK.
T.
RARRIBTEIt, S0LI01T0R. Ae.K  ,t ,
" :   Iii     -.'
McKertrte Streol,
'IwfoWfiO
New Westminster, to, 0.
117   N OH MAN IIOLR.ti. C,
BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
Iiriml A pen I Money to IiOWl.
Columbia Si.,
Be2to New WeHtminstcr, B, 0.
I    „.
0"'
IfiOW A -HA.t-.I.l'KE,
AROUH'EOTS.
Offxcm ■ Room E,
Ov?rBiuikof B.C.,
Columbln Street.
G.
W   ORAlV'r,
AROHI'J'BPTj
OKKtor.-Cornor Mnry rrml r-.ic -• *_:.-ou ftts.'
ilwfe25tc '
UflLlUM It. KINO,
ARCHITECT,
iiim.niNu a I.ANl),AuB^?fYo'r,."   ."'
SANITARY ENOINKBRi
Okkick—Sow Mrimitilir Block,
ilrrn.plstir Wesl in luster.
A1.HF.1IT ,1. HILL,
.    M. CAM. Hop. C. E. -J
C1V11. ENQlNBEit,; '."'"'*
LAND SURVEYOR and     j
DRAUOIITSMAN,
OFFICE—New Mriiotilii Block,,
ilwrnlil'iti:. Kow Westmlnstor.
w.
J. Ml 111 lit .t !(>.,
ACCOUNTANTS, STOCKBROKERS,
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE and
GENERAL. AUISNTS. i-   n. ...
R, Bank B«llilln-*>i,jrewWc»tmla.Btori lie.
II Clare Hood, Halifax, England.
dwniylTIc
T.
J   TRAPP,
AUCTIOXEER AND A I'I*RAISER,
OojHmbluStr0flt,..,.;.....,.Ne^'WoitmiDeter
AU commissions will receive 'prompt
nnd careful uttentlou.    Best rofcrenoos
I    given wheu required. mlil2-tc
RAND BROS.
nlU BSTATB BHOKKMi, :   !"
Convcyucrs, Collector.,      |
' And luflurance Agent.,
Offlees at yiCTORIA^FortStrcet,-.-;' ,,,:
NEW.jyKST MINf_T**jR! .Corner
HiiKenalo nnd Clarkson fits.
V'AN:'OUVBR;Oordova Street.
n UILDINO LOTS for sale In nil sections
of Vancouvor nml Now Wostminster Clly.
i FARM LANDS Qf superior ouallty for,
l sale at Chllllwlinoki I'ort Hirmntond,
Langley,Mnts.nl, Sumirs, Mud llny.Lnd-
inrr'H Lnniling, Lulu Islnnd, North Arm
und Pill Hlver. ' '*■   ; * '      !*
Maps and I'lnrrs exhibited and the fullest Inrormntlon fiiriilnlririlntullonrofllcesi
felSltc
WILLIAMS   BROS.
Land Agents & Surveyors;
jPUXSPnKPAlIKD. SimVKYSMADK
Rliarge or Smnll Buhis of Money Advanced
on Good Securities, at Reasonable
Hilton of Interest.
Fur nit fur Snlo on Vriwer Illver* above
nml ru'ii>»'.\K-.vWcHiiulnHlcr.   .
AVIt.r,TAM.-=i UROk pro luoonatnntcnin*
intiiili'iiilui. wiMi li.tending Kettlersfmm
EiikIiuiI mul I'howhero, uml have spcoliil
fURllltk'Hfnrrilifctlimaiili'N.
Tlielr tiliurtffK nro lower tliftu nny other
ngontis In Die- JV'ivlncn.
OFFICII -i.'Ni-uer of tl run vlllo and Cor-
doviv Slreiitx, «iml opposlU- 0. P. U. Hfritlon,
VitHCftiivrr, ». *'. . diipltml
TO  CANNERY-MEN.
TJATENT. OAN-l'ILl.lNQ l'ROTECTr
L tors can he obtained from my nitonts,
E. B. SCOULLAR * CO. i Any uomiii or
persons found imlrni tliirni without the
patent stamp will he trrnsrirulorl.
djii2lral•-.''    ■   •••'     THOS. LEVI/
WESTMINSTER - BLAINE-
WHATCOM   .
STAGE     LINE.
T\  8. MILLER'S STAQEIS will make
I IJ*  two '■rit'8 n woeIt Mweon Wt'Stmln-
I iter nnil IJInini'.iniik I nt,*-close ronnoi'lIiiiiH
P with the ir, s. Mull Htn.ro lino between
f Blalrto and Wlmtcom.    Sleuios  I.RAVK
WESTMINSTER  on  THURSDAY  und
8 ATURD A Y nt 8 a. ru.; return In* LM A V B
BLAINE on WEDNESDAY nnd FRIDAY
at 7 n. in.    Further partlculam may be
obtained nt the Colonial Hot-el.   myShUi.
& SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tooli of ill Und. of tho beet makes; Cross-CU
Barbed Wire for Tm__ _\_l tte_necese.ry Jjf
Tar
m all colors: Liqnld Paints in all sludcs; Floor Paints ready to use; Br;
e.—vWairr"—•--«'-.-- 	
— ntlng t^ ,     „ _
Agricultural Implements.
**r Special attention given to orders by mail
dwjly3to..
T, T.
,ws,
rt
AG CO.,
Pulley Block*, §natCD Blockj, Bope & Chain in all ai-u»; Pltcfi,
& Oakum) Tarred and PUta Pa]— *- "•-*■■•       --.--   	
oolorsiLlnuldPalBttinallshtdee. „. , ._ -_„_„,.
Stonest Wall Paper In all dwkn.; Brooiun & Brushes for all purpososi
LllhrkntiDK Oils) Traps of all descriptions, and a general assortment of
GRANT & MACLURE.
. ' WHOLESALE 4 RETAIL DEALERS IN
BOOTS & SHOES
COLOMBIA    STRjiET,
ITe-T^r   *^^*aeti3Cil*ri-lter,'   33.   O'.
dwjeBte
Fire Insurance!
THE UNDERSIGNED   HAVE BEEN
appointed ngeuts for the
ROYAL INSURANCE CO.
And ji iv now prepared tp tulto rluks at
bent rates. ,-" *
MAJOR A PEAASON4
I LiHui'&miB aud Real Estate Afenta,
MeKouzio 8U, Westminster,      dje!9ml
IE llfflil
fnHE   UNDEItaiGNED  HAVE  BEEN
X   appointed ugents for the.
LANCASHIRE INSURANCE CO.
And aro prepared to receive applications
for polU'lcs on ull good ri8kn at current
rules,
MAJOR & PEARSON,
Roal Errtntc, Flro and Life  Insurance
Agents, McKenzie 81., Westminster.
iljiaims
FRESH CALIFORNIA AND LOCAL
ALWAYS ON HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
.JIHflUO BJeSlBfl
SITTINOH OF THB OOCNTY COURT
of Cariboo will be held:.
At LUlooet, on Wednesday, tilth May,1888.
At Clinton, on Wednesday, 13th June,UM,
At l«iMllo House, on Thumday, Kb
June, 1888.
At Soda Creek, on Saturday, HOth June,
1868. .....
At Hlcimold, on Friday, Oth July, 1888.
■     By .Command.   , _ —   _«
i        .,.■;,   •JOHN ROBSOK,  ;    .
|.'      .       .   Provlnotolijecretaij.
PiovlnelalBiceotary'sOfilire, '
Mth ApJili'lrm -~■■      'dapiW
RAILWAY.
FRESH WATER TERMINUS
City of New Westminstort
xaacvomvjAJSiTv
Auction Sale!
cm mmm
—-AMJ>—
GARDENS.
A   PUBLIC AUCTION WIU. TAKK
il place »t the Colonial Hotel.
In the City of Now Westinlruter, on
Saturday, July 21st, 1818,
At & o'clook In the evening, when the
following Lota will bo su«mitt_d tonoh.
lie competition, in acoordanoa with "Eaad
Sale By-Law, 1)84," and amendments
thento, vl..:
GOVERNMENT OFFICE GARDENS.
BlookA. ' 3 .'   '.
Lots 15 * 20.
VICTORIA OARDENS-BI6.lt B.      '
' Lots 4, 5, 3, 11, 12, 18, 19, 90,30
b 35. .
£TTIre Lots nro mostly 66 by 182 feet.
, TERMS-ruu per cent, ou tho fall of the
linmmcr; 381^ per cent. In threo months;
nnd tho bnlanco of llnr purchase monoy
in nix months from dale of iale.  '
By order,
JAMES A. ROMltSON,
0,11.0.
Clly Clerk's (ifHce,
New Vi'.t.., 'Mb June, 1888,    . djeaatd
W. 0. LOYE,
FuUlt Boot ud hi itk,
Renali-lac N«Mly Done.  Cork Sole
Work ft SptclRlty.
MTOfdert promptly attended to.'
Olftrkaon St., hi rear of Colonial Hotel, next to Rand Bros.'office,   (incite
FOR SALE.
In ra tbe Eitate of JOHN SINCLAIIt,
Pebeaaed.   '
mENDBRfl WILL BB RECEIVED BY
I Uie nndoralgned up to noon on Monday the Mh day of July proximo, for tbe
purchase of Lot 73, Group 1, NewWest-
mlngicr Dlatrlot. containing 158 neres,
more or lens.
W. H. FALDING,
Admlnlalratorof the Estate,of Joo. Sin*
Dial?, decelwed. djly3ral:
larhng's Opera In!
to-nTqht
IH:
EiiKimwinent of the Eminent English
Actor,
Mr. Geo. M. Wood
i   '} HtPPOHTKD BY    ;■ '< i
wmm.i m
And their own l*owerful Dramatic Company. tmi.
(hey will - present tuev'' BnMHs M this
Centnry—the weird und startllnf
Plaj of
mmm ,
 AND	
OR A DOOBLB LIFE,
ADaiitoM-neserved Seals, Hi General
AdmUslon, 7.1 cents; Gallery, CO cents. I.
. aar.Reserved Beats now on sale at Her-
rlnij's rrrui Wore. dJeSOti
ConMeration Life
ASSOCIATION.
Hnarante. CapU-d....» -.
Full Gov'm't Deposit
head Office, Toronto, Canada
1 homeIompany.
OFFICIAL DIRElitORY.
Civio OFPiCBitH.-Mnyor.Itobert Dick-
Jnaon: City Cleric, Capt. Robinson; Polled MaglBtrnto, % 0. Atk-ftison: Chief
Engineer Fire Department,.W. Corbett;
AHHistaut, H.Ileiul. .    i
Oouht OFPioiALH.-Judgft tot the Supreme Court, Hon, J, R MoCralght: RegU-
trail, W, H. KiildlngjHherin; W..1. Arm-
strong.
Piiovjncial OpfKiERB, — wbvernment
Agent,Chas. Warwick; Keglijtrarof Tltlea.
R. W. ArmetroiiK: Supt. of Provincial
Aiiylum, Dr. It. I. Bentlcy: Dursarof Asylum, Jas. PhllllpH; Governor o/ Central
PrisoniWm. Moresby: Bte^d Roral Columbian Hospital, Chas.- Dkbr; Imrol-
grutloti Agent, Jno. Sprott;Koroner, W.
:v. Ferris.
\ Dominion Ovfiuuls.—PottUnaatoi't J. C.
Brown; Collector of CustotdkJ. 8. Clute:
Warded bf I'onltentlary, A^ftr. MoBride
Dominion Land Agent; H.R. W. Aikman;
Cro*u-Timber Agent, T, s. Iilgglnson;
Inspector of Flslierlen, Thos^Mowat.
BKP^ESBNTA*rivra,^0IULl8i'. Dr. T. R.
W^JWMfi.^-tt,,?,' ,^ii'n-i.., Donald
W. N. Bol£%| quci&1 legislature, Capt.
MAILS CLOSE  AND ARRIVE.
OLOSB1
For Can. Pac. Ry.-Dally. (ex«ept Suuday
and Monday), at 12.45, and on Saturday
(for dispatch Sunday) nt 22.   *
For Victoria, V. I., and Western IT. Si Offl-,
ces—Monday, ia.45; Tuesday. 8.15: Wednesday, 6.30; Thursday, 8.15; Friday,
8.30: Saturday, 8.15,
For Vancouver, Moodyvlllo and Burrard
Inletr-Dally (ekcept Sunday) at 8.15.
For Port Moody-Daily (except Sunday)
For Ladner's Landing and Lulu Island-
Monday, 12.45; Wednesday and Friday
0,90. *
For Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie, Surrey
Centre and Langley Pralrle-Saturday,
e.
For North Arm ond Sea Island—Thursday, 18.30.
For Elgin ami Mud Biiy-Saturday, 13.45.
For Plumper's Pass—Monday, 12.45.
For Nanalmo (direct mnll)—Tuesday, IS.
laxrai  ■
From Cun. Pac. Ry.—Dally {except Saturday) at 13.
From Victoria—Sunday. Tuosday and
Thursday 10: Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday, 11.1)0.
From* Vancouver, Moodyvlllo* and Burrard Inlet—Dully (except Sunday) at 10.
From PortMoody—Daily (exceptSunday)
at 17.
From Ladner's Landing nnd Luln Island
—Sunday, Tuesday und Thursday, 18.
From Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie and
. Lnngloy Prairie—Friday, 16.
From North Arm and Sea Island—Thursday, 12. <      <
From Elgin and Mud Bay-Satnrday, 11.
From Plumper's Pass—SundajrU.
From Nanaimo (direct mall)—Saturday,
5 POStf OFFICE HOURS:
■ Money Order Honrs-9 to 17 dally; and
General Dollvory from 0 to 19 (7 p.m.),
Tuesdays,Thursdays and Saturdays; Oto
18, Mondays, Wednesdays nnd Fridays—
except when malls are being made up or
sorted.-
Absolutely 'Puts.
This powder never, variee. A marvel ol
parity, streiigt-h and wliolcRomcnesH. More
•oonomtoal than the onllnnry kinds,and
cannot he,sold In competition with the
multitudeoMow tost, bIioi* -Weight alum
iato powders.   Sold on]*fin cans.
ittly
RoyalBAKtNa 1'owjikk Co., ios Wall St.
New York. ■"**■■"■
: FpR^AtE.
HOUSE AND MT,  PIUOR ONLY SrVM.
Also, ItKSIlUNCI! LOT fnr .lim, nml
ono suitable tor liusimms only $216. Apply
Iminmllntel:- to   '" ,T, RCHRRRT,
dJpSlinl- .   , Miickirlliilrr St.
f
Tug for Sale!
TUG BOAT 7« FEET; COMPOUND MA-
chlnery, by Eastern milkers.
Applyto
Messrs. bewicke a wulffsohn,
dJaSto .. ....   Vancouver, B. C,
Thii. Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:—
The ffeetrtiy offend to I»Hey holders U
unKiirpMsed by any Company doing business In Canada,
It has no schemes of insurance, but the
well-established lines, henco the policy
holders cannot, i-.c misled as lo their contract.
Its swtcments to the publio can be readily understood, Its cash statement showing every Item of Income and bow exycu-
Us position Is ascertained anu ualty from
a detailed valuation tn which every Item
of liability Is Included.
Its. protrreu has been unexampled In
the hfitonr of Itwomnce in Canada,
lUpolteiesani'lndltinutable after thwc
years, and non-forfeltahle after two years'
existence. ,
• .Ita proOt-s are distributed upon au equitable basis. The proflta to ooo olass of
-illcy holden ara not lessened to five
wcr proflta to any other elass. whioh
-jelhotl affords superior advantages ovor
the uniform bonus plan of distribution.
Liberal CeMlMeu w %m HeiMenreand
Travel.
J. K. MaeDONALD,
Managing Director.
T. R. PEARSON
Aiut, Iti WMUiUat*!
iir-iiinwni*
mil
Cheap fdr Cash.
OAA ACRES OF LAND,:! MILES FROM
6\j\j Westmlnster.on a good roadi first-
clnss high land, 100 acres of It from 4 to 0
feet black 'loam, the batnuce alder bottom;
good house aud out buildings. For further
particulars enqufro nt THIS OFFICE.
New West., Juno 80th, 1888.        dwJeMte
FOR   SALE.
mHAT VERY DESIRABLE RE8I-
J. denco rni]i(ii-ty owned by Mrs. Emma
Gold, situate nt (no corner of Royal Avenue uud Bt. Fntrluk'fii-.t,, with twu Houses
thereon.  ■
Also, ONE ACRM OF LAND situate bc-
twncn Royal i.iid Queens Avenues.
Tkrmn Cash. RAND BROS.
dJeHtc
NOTIOE.
rpilh UNDBUaiONBU HAVING ItE-
J. turned from Olilnn, hereby notKlr-s
lho publlo that In fithii'umiy pi'in'hiiHlng
of bqods or othor IhhIik-sh uuilcrtt>klngs
for lho firm nf Kwong On Long will ro*
oolvohl.i persomll att^iiMon.iind thnt ho
alone hns authority to IruiiHunt buntness
forthe firm of KwodkOii l.nng,
ISlgncd], , LEE COY.
__^______      djelflm 1
Royal DoliiiaMan Hospital.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF 8UB-
1 Jioribira to the Itovnl Columbian
Ifiwpltnl will be held hi tlm Surjreryof
tlio Hospital at 4 p. m., THURSDAY. Ifltli
July, tm. DiiHlncNs-Ueccptlon of Report r ami election of Directors for ensuing
year.  By order,
W. H, KEARY,
Hon. Bee.
New WeBt.,.1rd July,, 1888., dJty-Std
Sails Jritiah Colnmbtan
radar I.euat, laly *, liss.
Pom Itu UU.
Helen Ayr Saxton, in the Ohico-
go Gurrent of a recent date, gives
some interesting biographical sketches of tlio present pope as a youth
and a wan, from whioh we quote
the following:
"Gioachimo Vincent Raphael
Ludovico Pocci, now better known
as Pope Leo XIII, comes of a long
lino of-lobles, of men uid women
wild hayo- been for generations educated, reined an(l is. msny, wiijrs
m_^t^iy^^.sl^.uJ^*tm.A.Jr}t
draws of his boyhood is an attractive one. He is said to have been
n "gentle, patient, clever little Ud,"
and to havo worshiped, his mother,
the Countess Anna Peed, a woman
of rare and beautiful character, who
was early taken from her family.
Her third son, now GaidinaJ Peoci,
speaks of her with great affection
and reverence. He says: "She
was most devoted to the poor. She
was always woking for them. * *
* She was the soul of every good
work of piety and beneficence that
was set afoot in the town. Indeed,
she started many of them herself.
But all this active outside charity
never made her neglect her homo
duties. She lavished on us all a
mother's most devoted tenderness."
Tho father, Count Pecoi was
wholly in sympathy with his wife,
and the home life was such as to
develop whatever was beat and most
lovable in the little ones who grew
up within that pleasant circle, and
to be to them in after years the ten-
dorest of memories and an abiding
influence for good. There were six
children, Gioachimo, or Joachim,
being the youngest, He is said to
have been the readiest of all at his
books. He early gained honors in
Greek and prises for original Latin
verses. One of his schoolmateV-'ltV
Viterho and Borne, writing of him
soon after his election to the Papacy, says:
"I can bear witness to tlie fact
that while yet at Viterbo he won
our admiration, not only by his
quick intelligence, bat still mere by
the singular purity of his life.
During our Humanities course we
were rivals, aud there eaeh time I
saw him he impressed me as being
all life nnd intellect All through
his studies in Rome he never sought
social gatherings, conversazioni, di-'
versions or games. His work-table
was his world - it was paradise tp
him to be plunged in the study oil
science. From his twelfth and
thirteenth years upward he wrote in
Latin prose and verse with a facility
and an elegance that were wonderful in one so young."
In 1830 young Pecci entered the
[Gregorian university as a theologi-
tjlBtudent. In 1832 he received
is degree of Doctor. After that
time ho always signed his name
"Jouchim." His unusual abilities
met with speedy recognition. In
1837 Gregory XVI appointed him
oue of his domestic prelates, and in
the following year sent him as delegate or governor to the' provinoe 'oil
Benevento.
■ The province had passed through
various changes of government, and
was in a very disordered condition,
Out off from the central authority,
situated nmong the Apennines, and
remote from the mort important
lines of communication, it had become the headquarters of the brigands who infested the neighboring
territories. Bands ostensibly organized for the defense preyed upon
the towns. The nobles filled their
castles with armed retainers, and
these lived upon the country. All
found it easier and more profitable
to keep on good tonus wilh the brigands tlinn lo side wilt the authorities against tlmiu. The Papal rule
was mild and fatherly, imposing no
heavy burden of taxes, and Benevento became a refuge for smugglers, political offenders, outlaws of
all sorts who wero hiding from the
justice of their  own governments.
To bring order out of this confusion was no small undertaking for
a young man. Older men, of greater experience and higher dignity,
had iiUemptod the task and failed.
Hut in his previous position as a
high officer of the Soman government Pecci Iniij gained some kniiw-
ledge of tho state of affairs in Benevento and the nature of the men
with whom he had to deal, and he
decided upon quick hnd determined
iiieniures. With the pontifical
troops at his disposal he made a
sudden attack upon the principal
strongholds of the brigands and
smugglers and soon had the most
notorious and dreaded ef the offenders in chains, much to the relief of
the people.
The young governor did not content himself with merely rambving
the evils.   He studied how to make
good take their place. The people
of Benevento were soon relieved of
their heaviest burdens. Law, order,
peace ahd security were firmly established. Agriculture and commerce sprang into new life. Good
roads and markets were opened.
People went about their business
and pleasure without fear of violence and outrage, Less than three
years of wise statesmanship and true
political economy sufficed to work
the transformation.
He subsequently filled oilier
places of honor with great credit and
satisfaction, was finally, in 1853,
made a cardinal, and on the death
of Pius IX in 1878, discovering
that .the _rariiuitt)ii. ..Apr-H. ti.s-.t--A
.Peoci went to one of tho oldest nnd
moet reverend members of the Sacred
college and said to him :
"I must address the Sacred college. I fear they are about to commit a sad mistake. People think 1.
am a learned man; they credit me
with possessing wisdom; but I am
neither learned nor wise. They suppose I hare the necessary qualities
for a pope. I have nothing of the
kind.5
The other replied : "As to your
learning, we, not you, can best judge
of that. As to your qualifications
for the Pontificial office, God knows
what they are; leave it all to Him."
At the third balloting forty-four
votes were recorded in favor of Cardinal Pecoi. This was more than
two-thirds majority, and the choice
of the Sacred college was decided.
BY TELEGRAPH.
Germans on Trial tor Treason.
Pirating In the China Sea.
"Little Phil" Improving.
Dynamite Attempt Against the
Burlington Railway-Deadly Cattle Disease in the
I   „ ,, PbUUpine Islands.
LAST NltHTO DESPATCHES.
THE "THUS" LIBEL SUIT.
London, July 0.—The sudden manner in which the O'Donnell libel suit
bus come to sn end is a matter of astonishment to those who wore anticipating rare and startling diacloaures o(
the methods and secret business of tha
Irish National League. Hr. Parnell's
testimony has been looked forward to
with great interest and numbers are
disappointed at this abrupt finale of
what wu expected to be a long drawn
battle. Lord Ohief Justice Coleridge
Indeed gave the trial iia death blow at
the venr beginning by refusing to allow, aa he said, the truth or falsehood,
of the alleged libels against other people to be tried in this case. In summing up the case Lord Coleridge did
not spare Hr. O'Donnell, against
whom he launched most caustic shafts
and for whose actions he expressed
almost contempt. "I am surprised,"
he said, "that any man calling himself
a man, should, for his own purposes,
whatever they may be, want, or attempt to try a caso as this one h as been
tried."
Children <tyfbH*-*er'i<M
MIS K0Biri.rt.-8 DESPATCHES.
THI KIN WIN.
Pittsdubo, July 6.—It appears thia
morning that the iron workers will be
Successful in resisting the reduction in
their wages. Moorhead & Bros., of
the i£tna, and the Vesuvius Iron
Workers Oo. signed the amalgamated
scale late lsst night. The Newport
Iron and Steel Works, at Newport,
Ky., haa also signed and resumed work
this morning.
OX TRIAL Hill TKEASON.
Lsirsic, July 0.—Herr Deils, Herr
Appel and the wife of the first named
have been on trial here on a charge of
treason, having aold information to the
French government of the construction
of German strategic railways. The
verdict is expected on Monday.
ami'KKU BY URATES—CATTLE DISEASE.
San Framoisco, July 6.—Tlie atr.
Oity of New York, from China and
Japan, brings news that a Chinese passenger boat, having ou board about 80
passengers, from Amoy for Tung Wa,
was attacked by pirates when near Iter
iU.-tiiiiitioii and six mon shot. The re-
inrtiuder became panic stricken and
rushed tu out, sit), of tlie junk, capsizing her, and fuur mote were drowned.
Tho [tiiMtos ilii'ii ninile off, and have
nut yet been cuptui-irtt.
The cattle epidemic iii the Philippines still continues, and grave fears
ate expressed of its giving riso tn disease among mankind, owing lo effluvium from the large number of corpses
■ if n ni mills. It is almost certain that
iu .1 Ut* lets where the epidemic tin.re
eni uiinlly prevail, there will be a scarcity tif fund owing tn tho want of oxen
tn plow the field... In one iiiat.uce
Ihe possessor of 1200 bead of cattle lost
them all in a fon day..
HORSE TI1IEVEN.
Be.nki.emax, Noli., July II.— Horse
thieves have been operating in Dundy
and Cheyenne counties extensively of
late. Sheriff lluckwald struck the
trail of a gang and followed it to a head
In Colorado, He came across the
thieves, John Bonfiold and Hike
Langlm, last night. They were armed
with Winchesters. Langlin resisted
arrest and waa shot rlead hy the sheriff.
Bonfiold then surrendered.
SHERIDAN STILL IHTOOVINO.
Delaware breakwater, Del., July
0.—The wind and weather became
favorable for a quiet trip this morning,
and the steamer Swatara, with Gonersl
91711611X4
Sheridan on board, sailed for Sandy.
Hook. The generals condition remain,
good,
l'ASSEJTOER LIST.
San Franoisco, July 6.—Pauengers
per 8. S. Hexjco for yiotorio.: J. B.
Cooper, P, R. Murphy, J. Porter, J.
R. Goodoll, A.MoIIauiiliton, H. Urqn-:
hart, J. Urquhart, O. Hatch, I. Bain,
Miss Tiffany, Sister of Ohsrity, T. J.
Will-ama.
A LIFE FOE A LIFE.'
Santa Rosa, Oslo,, July 6.-An
Indian known oa McElarney Jim haa
been arrested for confessing ,to the
murder of nnothor Indian named Dick,
on Wednesday night. Dick killed
June brother abont a year ago and
was acquitted. Jim .aid the law WOUM
not punishDick so he thought it rest-
** **^i>» fe^gjy^l  h-r.lh.ril
Washinoton, July 6.—A bill was
introduced in the senate today to pay
Dr. Bliss, who was one of the attending physicians to President Garfield,
the sum of ten thousand two hundred
dollars, being the unexpended balance
of the amout appropriated by congrtn '
for the expenses of Garfield's sickness.
un Airmrnoic-s nbmtoiu.
A BtO   WAVE.
New York, July 6.—The City ot
Rome, which sailed from Liverpool on
June 27th, arrived last evening and
came up to her pier thia morning. It
wss reported by her officers that at
noon on Julv 1st, during a heavy head
sea, the vessel shipped a huge wave
which carried away ber bowsprit and
etove hor forward bridge. Of the seamen on duty there were severs! seriously injured.
THE DEADLY PISTOL,
San Fbancisco, July C—At inquest
held to-day in the case of the boy Chas.
Barks, who was shot and killed lsst
Monday by a toy pistol iu the hands
of his playmate, Benny Hoppe, the
bullet wound in the head was fully accounted for. but the bad wound in the
ohild's breast puizled the coroner.
Young Hoppe and the witnesses claim:
the pistol was discharged only once.
In the police court this morning
Hoppe's examination on the charge of
manslaughter was remanded for a
week.
FORFEITURE BILL,    : .    .
Wasulvoton, July 6.—The land grant
forfeiture bill passed the house today by
a vote of 177 ayes to 8 nays. The bul
ss passed is a substitute for the senate
bill. The Wll piovides that all lands
heretofore granted by congress to sny
state or corporation to aid in. the construction of railways act usastiuutsd
within the time specified In the aet Baking the grant for completion of suoh
railway, shall be deemed forfeited to the
United States.
WRECKED.
Fall River, Mass., July 0.—Early
this morning four cars of Forepsugh s
circus train, bound for New York,
were wrecked in a dark tunnel, under
Central street, this oity. Threo circus
employees were badly injured) two
fatally. Three horses were killed and
two can ruined.
A DYNAMITE PLOT. .     .
Chicaoo, July 6.—J. A. Bauereisin,
sn offioer of the Aurora division of the
brotherhood of locomotive engineers,.
wss brought to Chicago this morning
undor arrest by a deputy IT. 8. msr
shal. He is charged with complicity ■
In an alleged dynamite plot against the
Burlington railway. Three arrests
were msde lsst night;' Bauereisin
states that he knew nothing of ike
charges preferred againat him and that
his arrest was a total surprise. He
said, he had been quietly at home since
the strike began, exoept two dsys thst ■
he had attended the committee meeting at Chicago. '
Police Own.
Before H. Math.™, J.p.
: John Kelly, eharged with being
drunk and incapable, was found guilty
and ordered to pay a fine of 12.60 and
costs.
All Chow, charged with having
stolen chickens in his possession, was
remanded till to-morrow. Constable
Pearce was patrolling Columbia st.
about 2 o'olock this morning and when
near Mr. H. V, Edmond'a residence
he descried a Chinaman making his
way carefully along ths street with a
beg on his back. Stepping back from
the aidewnlk, the constable waited
until the celestial was opposite when
ho .topped out and seised him. Ah
Cow was surprised but made no attempt to escape as he saw thst wss use'
less. When aaked what lie had in the
bag the Chinaman said he was out
selling chickens. The constable investigated the bug and found two
plump chickens, and nn searching the
person of the thief found three eggs.
As tho explanations were not aatiafao- r
tory Ah Cow was taken to the police i
station. Ho will be up for trial tomorrow.
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and Dresses, Hows, Fancy Work, be.,
can get an astonishing big bargain, owing
to tho recent failure of a large whol««Ie
Ribbon Manufacturing Co., byaenaof
only £5 cents (stamps), to tho adtttees
wc give below.
As a tpecial offer, this honse will give
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America if you will aend tho names and
P. O. address of ten n*it>!j* married ladies
when ordering and mention the name of
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Our cote*ii|^tt*y, the ^hcouve|
Sms, expreM&l'greatdiiliitisiaetioi
at the ditktokness of this Vancouver
oity council with respect to steps
lieing taken towards the construction
ef the: bridge across False Creek.
He says, very proppriy, «*»'the de"
lay in getting this improvement
ooiiliB«88i»rii*iaSinjj_i«)ple to get
Impatieiit and is undohbtedly causing an injury tothe interests of the
community. Our cotemporary, very
naturally, manifests great impatience
also. He is rhnning a paper.
Newspapers requireinterestirij* items
to make their papers readable, and
the details of the progress being
made in a soheme whioh, if consummated, will prove of such great advantage to Vancodver, certainly
would provide somo very interesting
matter for the readers of our cotemporary. But we do not think it is
judicious to try to force the city
counoil who have the matter in hand
to hurry things any faster than they
think it is desirable ih the interests
are nouoruoie men and undoubtedly
are working in the interests of the
city. The organization of such a
bridge, the providing the capital for
its construction and the elaboration
of all the details incident thereto
sre not matters so easy  of  occom-
Slishment as some people suppose,
len who carry through these projects successfully are not generally
accustomed to give the .publio. the
details of a matter until it is completed, and when.no risk can be in-
curred by the publication of the particulars. While our cotemporary is
pining for sonre signs of progress in
the construction of this very important bridge (so to have an interesting
item to make his paper readable),
the "honorable men" aforesaid may
be scheming desperately (always in
the interests of the city) to abandon
the bridge altogether (in the interest of the eity) and run a tunnel
under False Creek instead. We do
not think our cotemporary heed be
anxious as to any clanger of this
scheme not being pushed through in
a manner whieh will contribute not
only to the success of Vancouver,
but of -Westminster and this portion
ot the province generally, which is
interested. And if pur cotemporary
will permit us to give it a hint (as
we live in Westminster, and run
the Westminster organ here, of
course, we know a great deal more
about our cotemporary's business
than he does himself, and take a far
deeper interest in Vancouver's interests than he can possibly do), we
would say. that'the arrangement thot
will probably oh arrived at will be a
tunnel under False Oroek, with a
satisfactory system of derricks and
donkey-engines at both ends for
hoisting passengers and other truck
out of the boles, as a bridge constructed in the substantial and permanent way that would be necessary,
would be an enterprise too costly to
be undertaken at present This
piece of information We get from the
highest authority, so our cotempor-
porary is evidently not in the confidence of the lieges of Vanoouver.
It is not copyrighted, however, and
our cotemporary can hnve it, without credit, for an "Interesting item"
so as to make bis " paper readable "
for bis Westminster readers.
"A perfect town is that in which
you see the farmers patronizing the
home merchants, the laborers spending tbe money tbey earn with their
own tradesmen, rind all animated hy
a spirit that will not purchase articles abroad if they oan be bought at
home. The spirit of reciprocity
between business men and mechanics, tradesmen and laborers, farmers
and manufacturers, results every
time in making a town a perfect
one to do' business in."—Whatcom
Reveille. We would say, "amen,"
to tbe foregoing, but think it strange
that bur cotemporary did not add to
the catalogue of business proprieties
which go to make up a perfect
town—"and in which you see the
merchants, lawyers, real estate
agents, laborers, and business men
of all descriptions, who require a
newspaper or anything in the printing line, patronizing their own local
paper, instead of helping to build
up the newspapers of some rival
town and sending their job orders
across the continent." But "where
ignorance is bliss 'tis folly to be
wise." Tbe people of the enterprising Bellingham Bay town are probably k great deal too shrewd to "do
snob things," and oar cotemporary,
quite likely, never heard of such
stupidity being practised, and might
- not believe the following authentic
legend which at great pains and expense we hnve deciphered from
seme musty MB. in our possession,
Tbe edges of the MS. aforesaid are
worn wltli age, and we bave been
unable to' make out plainly the
names of ptoses, etc., where the
comSdy-trigedy was enacted, but
the following is a free translation
from tbe original:
Ct_n*r I.
Ono* npon a time, very long
ago, lhW» w%U 'si thriving town
which tomt j«wl-bi«aklng potentate
wm so good as to ohristen in its infancy Rettnimteew. This oity With
the hartt name Was situated in.. the
Urge, brood, dit«i»Wd.»ft-l deligbtful
countiy o*f
had  done  much for both city and
country, but some of the inhabitants
of the city, especially, were very
verdantf-nllairowiijoverwitiMnoss.
T^re *Sjis ai[enWr*jirisiiig nwspa
per in-jjbat ti^Vn liUetl the iVtkmu-
lk wMih sjfent-'over  a thtjtfsand
piebesWsilvA AM "catWrlieels"
right in the town every month.   It
also furnished the citizens with all
the latest news, and  helped   very
muoh to advertise and build up the
city and the country by calling   attention to their resouroes and  de;
fending thorn from the false accusations of jealous  rivals.   It  would
have enlarged its business and spent
much more mpne*/ in the plaoe, be]
sides advertising Eetsnimtsew very
materially by showing that it  hod
the best nnd largest  nowspapor  in
all Aibmulochsitirb; but  the  silly
inhabitants,   failing  to   appreciate
the benefit of a live   newspaper  to
their town, and  not grasping   the
fact that the "eharaoter of a peoplo
is shown by their journals," patronized toa considerable extent the news
papers of other towns, whioh spent
their money   in  other  towns, and
even went so far as to send orders
for printing which they required to
p».j.\. ,.&l-*t&.pvc. .•'.ililj nrinci;
Otnorot.   They were in the habit of
sending large orders to  this  place,
and if they had given the same large
orders at home, they would  probably have got the work done just as
cheaply, but even if they had paid a
few cents more the  money  would
have come back to them  again, because it would have been kept   cir
culating in their own city,  besides
helping to build Up a  paper  which
moro than anything else would have
given them a  good name  abroad.
But the proprietors of  newspapers
in the rival towns in  Aibmulochsitirb, and the chief men of the great
printing establishments at the other
side of the world, in the place called
Otnorot, waxed   beefy,  and   they
laughed horribly in their sleeves as
they scooped   in  the  cart-wheels,
double-eagles, and toad-skins of the
misguided people of  Retsnimtsew,
and they said hoarsely:   " Ha, ha !
those simples do pay   tribute   unto
us; therefore we shall increase, but
they shall decrease."   But the merchants, business men, itc., of   Retsnimtsew didn't   " catch on" worth a
oent, but still kept on "giving themselves away" as before.
Chapter II.
The chronicles did say that there
were some in Retsnimtsew who were
wise, and gave   tlieir  enterprising
paper a fair support, and others who
gave it a partial support.    To theso
spake the Jfaibmuloc, after  careful
figuring with n piece of charcoal and
a shingle:   "It's a poor  rule   that
won't work both ways; or, in another
dialect, 'what's sauce for the goose
is  likewise  salad  forthe gander.'
Don't you perceive, 0 inhabitants
of Retsnimtsew, that you are paying
a few cents too much on every purchase of the necessaries of life which
you make at the stores of the tradesmen in this town.   You  also   pay
more than you need to for all' manner of work, professional and manual.   Now, we have an  idea whioh,
if carried out, will bring you much
gain.   Take  our advice.   If   you
have any of your neighbors working
for you and  supporting themselves
and their families in the town, "fire"
them and hire instead the hasty but
cheap   Ohinee;  if you require any
professional services get them at the
neighboring town, Revuocnav, and
Oil  your  provisions, clothing, and
other necessaries of life, send large
orders, and you can get them a few
dents cheaper at the other side   of
the   world,   in the place called Otnorot, for, of course, other  cities,
getting your trade, in  addition   to
their own, can adord to give   you
better terms than their own citizens
get.   By so doing they extend their
trade, and hope to absorb you altogether after awhile."   And the  inhabitants of Retsnimtsew who read
the Naibmuloc barkened   unto   the
oracle, and did accordingly.
Chapter III.
. And "the goose hung high" in
Restnimtsew. The shutters also
were put up, and it was one per'
petual holiday. And about the
time of the hay harvest (for men did
cut hay upon the principal streets
with sickles and jaoknives) the inhabitants of Retsnimtsew said with
one accord, each to his fellow:
"What boots it to stay any longer in
this wilderness! Our money is all in
Revuocnav and at they other side of
the world.in the place callcdOtnorot.
Behold let us hie us to where our
treasure is. And they hied, some
went to Revuocnav, but tho greater
part "counted the ties" to Otnorot,
for they were too poor to ride. And
they live in tents unto this day in
the suburbs of Otnorot, But owing
to the cold weather they are fast
becoming extinct.
# * * * » * *
And now nothing is heard in Retsnimtsew but the melancholy crook
of the lonely bullfrog, the gentle
soughing of the Chinook zephyrs
among the tall bay, and the monotonous drip, drip of the water from
some rust-eaten hydrant, varied at
irregular intervals by the muffled
crash of some old building sinking
into ruins and the doleful complaining of the owls and the bats who
are thus disturbed,
Stature
Constipation
universal and rrjitet troulj^somedla-
r. It causes Headache, Mental De-
siori_im]iairs,t]ie Sight an$Bearingi
jo&tlro Appetite, and, when long
tlnu«fl, cantos Enlargement of the
tt, Inflammation of the Bowels, and
Files.   Constipation Is speedily cured
by Ayer's Pills.
For a number of  months  I wss
troubled with Costlvoness, ln-conse-
Suenee of whioh I suffered from Loss of
.ppetlte, Dyspepsia, and a dlstt«*ed
liver. My eyes also troubled me. I was
compelled to wear a shade over them,
and, at times, was unable to bear exposure to the light. I was entirely
CURED BY USING
three boxes of Ayer's Pills. I have no
hesitation in pronouncing tills medicine
to be the best cathsrtlo ever made.-
James Eccles, Poland, Ohio.
I suffered from Constipation, and. otoj
soquently, from Headache, IndigesUon,
ana Hies, for years. Ayer's PUIjvwhich
I took at the suggestion of a W™*,™™
given me effectual relief. Ioommenoed
faking this remedy two months ago, and
am now free from Constipation, the removal of whioh has cauwd my other
troubles to disappear, and BMflJfi?
proved mygeneral health.—w. Keeler,
Amherst, Mass.
I suffered from Constipation, whkih
assumed such an obstlnote fonntaot J
feared a stoppage of the bowels, two
bora ol AyeW Pills eured me, ecj*
oletely.-D. Burke, Baco, Me.       tt
rtw-ei   o   s iiioj
PMt-udi*m.j.o.Am*oo.,i*«iU«fi>«.
Bolatr;.11 Dreiflsls anil D..I.I.In IMIdM.
A lady writes: " I was enabled to remove the corns, root and branch, by the
rise of Holloway's Corn Cure." Others who
have tried lt liave tho same experience.
Rooms to Let
(FURNIBHED)
Within Three Minutes of the
Post Office,
ROOMS ALL-NEWLY FURNISHED,
single or en suite.- For full particular.., apply to
MRS. E. C. 8TIK8KY,
Colnmbla Street,
dJeZTto       Opp. Roman Catbollo Church.
ChiMniTCiyfbr^PiterherltONtoTfB*
stotxob.
mHE BUSINESS HERETOFORE CON-
I duirtrril under tlie name of Kwong On
Kire, at Ladner's Landing, Iia; thlsday
been disposed or to Lee Coy, who Will assume all responsibilities of the late firm
and collect all debts due tliem. Tlie business will be conducted at the same place
by Lee Coy Under the name of KwoneOn
Chong. (S'g'd) KWONOONKEE.
Ladner'sLanalng,June*M,lSS8. il'e*»*»2
NOTICE.
rjITTINGS OF THB COUNTY COURT
P of Kootenny will be held at the-following places, vis.;
At Farwell, on Friday, the 30th proximo.
At Donald, on Friday, the 27th proximo.
By Command,
JNO. R0B80N,
Provincial Seoretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
27th June, 1888.
Uje29td
N*
ply.
asroTiCE.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
^, thirty days after dnte I Intend to apply to tha Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a licence to cnt and carry
away timber from the follow!ngdescrlbed
land, in the New Westminster Distriot:
Commencing at a utake set about *4 of m
mile east from the shore of Montague
Channel. Howe Hound, on the south bank
of acrceK, In a direct east line from the
north end of Anvil Islnnd; thenco south
120 chains; thence cast 40 chains; thenoe
north 120 chains; thenco northern-it 120
chnins; thonce west 40 chains; thence
sont hive <t ISO chnins, to tho point of commencement. JOHN A. WEBSTER.
New Went.,Jnne 10,1888. dJeWml
EDUCATION BRANCH,
Provincial Skcrekary'b Department.
Victoria, June 4th, 1888.
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Vi the Annual Examination of Candidates for Certificates of Qualification to
teach in the Public Schools of the Province will beheld in the Legislative Hall,
Jlct-orla, commencing on SATURDAY,
nly fife, at 10 a.m.
Intending candidates are required to
notify this Department and furnish testimonials prior to June 27th.
8. D. POPE,
Superintendent of Education.
djeflid 	
jifiTfisE's
OLD STAND,
Opp the C. P. N. Co.'8 Whaif,
For a General Assortment of
Dry Goods,
CLOTHIITG,
Millinery,
: Ladles' & Children'! Apparel,
Groceries. Crockery. Cordage, i&c
Butter Kegs, Barrels,
Hay, drain, Feed, ftc
FARM PRODUCE
BOUGHT OR SOLD ON COMMISSION.
Pboht Stbkkt,   -   Nkw Wrarainm-na.
ilinyrSiml
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFIOE,
28.li Maroh, 1888.
The following telegram' from Hia Excellency the Governor-General to His Honour tbe Lleatenant-Governor.il], »|»ly to
a telegram from His Honour, stallna that
lt was understood that parties fitting out
for Behring's Sea wen arming for the
purpose of resisting seizure, is published
for general Information.
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial BaoreUry.
TELEGRAM.
Ottawa, S7th March, WW.
To LKOTIKAHT-Ooviawo*
or BHnian C0I.MMUA,
Viotoria.
Your Government should Issue public
notlec cautioning persona going on Soiling
expeditions to refrain from assertion of
their rights by force, and from taking on
board arms and Ammunition In excess of
their nsual requirements. The whole
matter Is engaging the attention of Her
Majesty's Government and forma tbe subject of diplomatic negotiations now In
progress,- Any Intemperate action ln the
meanwbllo would be most detrimental to
British Columbian Interests and might
lead to serious complications and be
followed by grave consequences to those
toncemed. *. ,r   ___,
■Slgwd), UMttt—SK.
MlOIiSE'S
M
E HAVE ARRANGED FORTHE
.. Agency for this oity for tbe Morse
Soap Works, Toronto, and have now reoeived a large conslgnmentof DOMESTIC,
LAUNDRY and TOILET SOAPS, which
wo can oner nt prices to defy competition.
Special rates for large consumers.
W.&d. WOLFENDEN,
dwJelOwll    CornerColumbla 4 Mary Sis.
FIRE INSURANCE CO'Y.
CAPITAL,    _•_ f9-»00.00»
BOLIOI«S*BPFi«if5|^l_n^I*
vu,A1.'"" """* ;™ra® *«.«u m
Antra m Nkw WfenmisTn*.:
MESSRS. W.J. WALKER & CO'Y
8, BANK BUILDINGS.
dwmy!8tc
JEACHERJANTED.
A .DULY QUALIFIED TffiicHEH'IS
_V required for the New "WestmlMter
lift Hehool. Salary,. 1100 per uih,
)ums to pommetico fret Mondajr in
LuMBt. Applications m ba sent ro- the
iiiwrslgned not liter Ihimrioon ojihe
Stfffuly next.     ','■•     iS
"   T. Ji TRAPP,  ';J
< Secretary to School Board,
N.W.,Juiio 11,1888. djeiatd
MfFmttM
x*oai
I HAVE RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS
fn>m Ur. JOHN HAQOMAN, who is
retiring from the business; to sell by private* sale, ROSE HILL DAIRY, which
consists of the Lease of Farm for 8 years,
22 head of Milk Cows, whioh have been
well selected, and a number of Heifers,
Steers and Calves, one yoke Wotk Cattle,
2 Horses and Delivery Oart, with a complete Dairy Outfit,
Also-a full complement of Agricultural
Implements, consisting of
1 Mowing Machine,
1 Prairie Queen Plow,
Feed Cutter (No. 1).
2 Row Boats, 1 Scow,
With a large number of Chickens, Ducks
and Geese.
Also — 86 acres Land on Lulu Island
which Is fenced and drained and in prime
condition.
For further particulars apply to the undersigned or on the premises.
T. 1. TRAPP,
May 28,1888,-dto Auctionhr.
QEALED TENDERS ADDRESSED TO
O tbe undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Barn, Stabling and Residences at
Experimental Farm, Agassis, British Columbia," will be reoeived at this offloe
until Monday, 18th July, 1888. for the several works required ln the ereotion of
Barn, Stabling and Residences at Experimental Farm, Agassis, British Columbia.
.Specifications and drawings can be seen
at tlio Department of Public Works, Ottawa, nnd nt the office of H. B, W. Aikman,
Uu\d Ofllce, New Westminster, on And
after Wednesday, 20th June, and tenders
will not be considered unless made on
the form supplied and sighed with actual
signatures of tenderers.
An accepted hank cheque, pnyable to
the order of the Minister of Publlo Works,
equal to Jive per cent, of amimnt of tender,
must accompany _, euch tender. This
cheque will be forfeited If the party decline the contraot, or fall to complete the
work contracted for, and will be returned
in case of nun-accoptance of tender.
The Department does not bind Itself to
accept the lowest or any tender.
By order.
A. GOBEIL,
_    ,    Secretary.
Department of Publle works,
Ottawa, 0th June, 1888. J2Je2t
North BrKi»h and
Mercantile
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COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED   1800.
Ailhorlied Capital, • fS,000,00»
Hbicrtbta " • 9,Mft,M0
FiMup, 0_MM
nre Void I Beierm, as
at Slat Deo.,1887,       -      1.368.119
Kennae tin Branch,      1,*2J9,S4*
£_F Rates as Low as any other
' reliableCompanydoing business in British Columbia.
J. fi. JAQUES,
i
Agent for New Westminster City and
District. dJaSSto   ,
MACHINERY
MAYING LATELY INOBBAa»DOUH
conhectlon In the Bast and else-
ire vOff considerably, we ara in a position to give prices on any class of Machinery that may be required, including:
Marine and Stationary Engines and Boilers, Pinners, Matchers and Moulders,
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FRASER ^LEONARD,
csmMeU., •w.Sews.UrwHaar,
VANOOUVKR, B. 0,
VANCOUVER CITY
FoundryilHachineWorks
mHB wioriuEToits , or thebi
X works have much pleasure in notir
lni their Iri.nJ.nnil the mlbltir that tb
are now prepared torcoriveatod nromnl
execute any orders for wor* In their 11.™
with whioh they may bMwored.
AVMritSbtlE,
Mechanical Manager.
Vancourer, &C, Bth May, 1888.   •
, : . dwniyl_te
a-TOT-IOB.
tDgl
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
sixty days afterdate we Intend mak-
application to the Chief Commissioner
sixty days after
—,-pplleatlontothe__,.	
of Lands and Works for permission to
lease for timbering purposes thofollowlng
described land, situated in New Westmlnstor District, and described as follows:   .
Commencing at a post planted on the
right bank of a croek which empties into
the Squamish river at Mountain Tom's
Indian Reserve, about seven miles up the
Squamish river; thence E. 40 ohalns,
thenoe 8. 20, thence E. -10, thence S. 40,
thence E. 40, thenee S, 60, thenoe E. SO,
thence N. SO, thence E. 40, thence N. 40,
thence W. 20, thence ft. 20, thence W. 40,
thence N. 20, thence W. 20, thence N. 20,
theno* W. 20, tbenee N.20, thenooW20,
thenee N. 20, thonce W 20, thene* N. 20,
thence W. 20, thence N. SO, thence W. 40,
theno* S. SO, thMire W. 20, thence S.fi0,
ihenee Wa^Ut more or less, to place ol
mnmantMMfut.
*   roUNTMTB SAW MILL CO. (Ld.)
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N*w- W*it.,May M. 1188.     .    dtny31ml
NOTICE.
Re J. VV. THOMPSON, late of Chllliwhack, B. C.
A LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO J. W.
A Thompson, late of Chllliwhack, are
hereby warned against paying tbe amounts due, to auy person other than th*
undersigned, who fs alone authorised to   ■_■—_■_■». itumavsupa
l_iWU_t^^
Ing any prumlssory notes or bills of ex-
■1'iftflgfi Bjade payable to tho «*■■*»•>> ■**"• ^"'
" qeo,r; ASHWEI.L,"
Receiver of the Estate of J. W. Thompson,
By IiIh gollcltorw.
dwleainl CORBOULD A McCOLL. ■
A. B: WllitEllliJTE,
[auccEsaon. to a. cells]
Manufacturer and Iinpartw ot
BOOTS;
 ASD       .
SfiOES
LADIESYGENTS*, MISSES' A CHILD-
ren's Boots, Shoes and Gaiters made
to order and kept on- hnnd.
REPAIRING neatly and promptly executed.
foluiubla Ut*t Hlutfluste'i Black,
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JUST ARRIVED
PerCP. R„
TBE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF
English, Frenoh, Sootch
and Irish
SUITINGS
Ever Shown iii.:*fLfwi.!iVostmlnster.
West of England Broadcloths
nnd Doeskins nnd Fancy
Trousering.
J. S. MANSON,
Columbia St., Opp. IcIemleSI.,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
tlnpiste
C. E.
„.«•.«■
Una lunnw.   ;*"      nitm-v Pukii
LAND SURVEYORS,
RulIiUte, Innmu,rinuisial Aguti
AND CONVBYANCERS,
At-a-mimrxmi s*o;»
-  - • •   -'iopa_''-
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UriL-Tlie.Kav York I
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land anrajiu In all lit brmnirhei accurately and prompt]-* carrUd Out.
eiir aad fnkwkam laid, tar Iale.. Wa
caniWacompleta list of daalrable lo-
cailtlM,
tarnalK laada, impmrad ud unlra-
proved, throuf bout tbe district.
Mlalatand alker Mack boufkt.--. sold.
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' T»l«phok*< Call'So. 33.
P. O. Drawer W.
W0OBS, THINK iflAMBW,
Owim, Eluu'i luu, • Omwulmn
MEW WKRTlimSTBR.
dmhMU
House tt Lot
CORNER BLACKWOOD AND CARNARVON  STREETS.
Ono of the FlneBt Locations lir Ihe City.
Jk. FARM
dr THREE HUNDRED AND TWENTY ACRES.
House, Bam; 40 acres lanced and under
cultivation.
•1000 Caahj Balance an Lour Time.
OK TWO HONORED AND FORTT
ACRES.
100 acres good Prairie*- Balance caailjr
cleared.   Oood Bam and other Improvements.
Fart down; Balance on tint.
Also—a numbor of WflROM, Baggies, SlelRhs, Harness, Cattle,
Horses, &c,
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djellta
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Mi
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B.C.MonufflentalWorh
CHURCH STREET,
ALEX. HAMILTON, PROPRIETOR
The above Works aro re-openoil and irr
addition to the present marble stock
will shortly receive several Monuments of the finest
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WII.I- MA-RLBOICOf IC'H TA KG A DUGB-
^SlFIiOM^jjtlliUA-J' ! ",j
Dome Rumor Again Busy with TMs In-
tci-ei.tln- Subject-A Sketch uf the
Duke UUd Ills Snrr-mmillngG.
--.—*.   {Copyrig'it IWS.)
Tliero is no peace for the Ditto of Marl-
borougli. Tlie gossijis won't let him alone,
Tlu-y persist in it that he.iscoTitempliV
Hn^niati-imony.aiiil private advices from
London tend to confirm llio r,.*.s|>ii;ibn.
Sinco tlio Duke-has been iu'Amoifeftjiu*.'
word hns escaped li s lips iiIijhH liis plans,
but It U known th lit TJlenlio hii Palace, the
tho duke's home, is being swept and
cleaned and put in condition tor tbo coming of somo ono of import-nice. All tbe
v.-oi-bl loves a duke, even IT lie Is a very,
very bad duke, na Marliioroiiffb is, but
when tlio duko ia n I ovor on .well, ho bo-
comes doubly Irit'erbfitlug. Those who arc
tttt fait in mit tt crs -rj I* 11 -L- :• r: 11 -j i :r li.c heart,
pay that the duke has net unify asked a
rich widow lo becomo hid vVh'o, Mrs.
Louis Hummers ley, bloiido and bcnutl-
ful, wltli $5,000,000 in her own right,,Is
said to bo the women, Mrs. Marshal D.
Roberts, a trifle mm u it, Imt worth $20,-
000,000, and tbo posse -..-or of rai-o jewels
and an envied'social poMI ion, is said to bo
tho woman. Mrs. Stt**in Stevens, worth
a good manytinu'-i \'ei weight in gold,
still charming alt I;■■■■..■ '» a giandmoLiiei',
is said to be the lu-j ,y woman. In fact
every widow with a fortuno Is spoken of
as the future ditch;-:*.-.'**.
It may interest peoplo who read thoso
lines to know tlir.t tjio duke's nnmeis
never coupled with Mint of any widow
who isn't wealthy. 'I'le duke bus no uso
for n woman witliou' ;\ foihmc. Ho is a
bad man, loaded v,p to tlie cars with
lebts.and be wants :;t;* -giu to pay tliem.
He wants money,ni.-l •: il-i pliicf he offers
a pabtco in Eiiglai. 1 ud .t.^Oyalorestv
Tbo JDuchesso&Mai!'. -ngb ranks ninth
from the Queen of K-:, i:id. Iler position
is an enviable one, it.mt I lie iii-$1 to Citstlo'
lsonobftheniostfr'.nu is.as well as picturesque homes in V e u-ia'-i, domain, ;-.'
And ao when all tilings are considered
it would not l)esOMi:'|>;isiug if, liis high
1    »
nessshould find an
fashion und fully in X
It niay interest S"i
readers to know thar i
ecnilant of ono ot l!
JCnghind.  Tho oriifin
Duke wiifl John Cl.n
made an earl .(tidiutti
for liia victories aw
Bavarians in tho Npj li riiind
to that timi the (Jhi.VcHillf
powerful famiiy in |. i cfcn
camp from Asl.i
n tli". highway of
.' York.
of my. feminine,
1 duko i.i tin* des-
oldest f.'iniiliesin
or of ('ho title of
liitl, and Im wns
! hy (^'ircu Anno
neb and
i'royious
id heenft
y.   They
o, whero
he Brittle
inid par-
hlft UrlM
\ Ue
\y.to
■bi'infoi
:ou mado him a
led him £5(10,000
i hou?e. Tlic'sKd
•ii was ut Wood-
;shb miles .north-
Cuiversity Cltj*.
IciittoVH Hie early
ii '.'' .ck Priuco
'I^Viis.-u prisoner
■ry. (.■haimiM-died
\r. inudo famous
fair Kosnmomi.
ha
er tbo cost.   Sir
d tbo lCKidenco
10   llflllU  01   tlli
tho flrst Duko was Ir-."*
of Blenheim, in in-.. 1
h    liament wished to I.-*:.,
f    liaot services.   Tbu t-1
duke and parliamenl v
(52,300,000) to build hi;i
selected for this n.a;.-
stock, iuOxfoi-dsliiu. i
West of   tho   fHUlCI**.'
Woodstock was the it*
English kings, Ed win
I    was born there. EHHi.'.
. there, held by Q'.ieiM: M
nt Woodstock, and Ir v
in connection with th-
Tho -SoOO.QOO to hu tpi
mansion suitable io be
Jk. hero did not. nearly.c
m Julin Vanbrugh dc-i-.,
r nut parts siii-ronmiuj^ ir*.  'A'tiq paiacB,
^   ■■■*,■!!*.■-. Bletiht im Hoiis*-?** after tlm famous
bit lie, U a miignifleetit one, and with tlie
(   exception of tho Di:ke of- Devonshire's-
k   ]■ !.t:.', at Chatsworth,'nud Tin ron Rotlia.
('■i.d's lioiu-e and pal!: at Meiitmoro, Is
He nandsomesthi Engf-Jml.   The p.'-heo
j   stands pu a hiii, and Item it UlUguiUcaUl.
viewsof ths wbojocoutityoi Oxford tihd of
j parts of tbo adjoining counties can be hod;
f The length'of tlio principal front, part
'   from wing towing is 348 feels. t Tbe entire palaca i3 big enough for tho owner to
entertain 150 guests. TbtffittT-HW-'ifr-'tlio'
palace is magnificently decorated.   Tho
banquattingbaU is enormous, and when
tilled with guests and lighted it presents
I a gorgeous sight,  tho great ball is «
1 lofiynnd grand apartment in good pro-
portion.  The entire structuro is built la
the Italo-Coiinthiaufilylo.  The Blenheim
House collection of pictures and statuary
* was considered onoof the finest iu Kng-
, land.  Sinco tbo palace was first hnilt
thednkes have given a great deal uf attention to art.  The' lqto <fnKc added to
i thu galleries very largely.  The present.
' duko does not'seem .to fancy* pieiureB
} much, and in order.to relievo himself of
financial ombarrnsJinent two years ago,
be ordered the pictures to bo sold,  Tho
i tale was a memorable one, and purchasers went from' all parts of the world,,
Among tho famous pictures that werfrift.
tbe collection wcre'-Tito Young Angus-**
line und  Pope  Gregory,"  by  Titian;
, "iMtropa," "Kstber" and "Tbo KiiBsnoro
of the Innoeimts," by P. Veronese; "St.
Jerome," by Tlntyrettp; '"She M/lgdalen,"
by C. Dolcej'historical fculi]ecta'by Ru4
bens, portraits by Hubeus and Vandyke,
and "Tbe Woman "Taken in Adultery"
'and "Isaac Blessing Jacob," by Kem-
brandt. ■   ' ' * -*
Tho manor of* Blenheim Park embraces
' a circuit of twelve miles. The Tm% itself
t has2,040acres. Around tho palaca it is
f laid out in grand style. The lawns, walks
and flower beds aro kept in beautiful
Ntyle, whether tbe Puke is residing nt the
palace or not. Iti tho conservatories are
a very choice collection of rare plants, and
tho vineries and outhouses provide rare
fruits all the year ruuud. Tlio wooded
Jand in tbe park Is beautiful, and abounds
vgamoand deer. The present Duke is
■ ry fond of horses, and tbo flock in his
■.iMes is very-flno, He also hno somo
Pfory good cattle and large docks of sheep.
i In tbo grounds stands a triumphal arch
'aud a column 13*) feet hi" h, surmounted
by a statue of tbe Duke of Marl bo rough;
The estato of the Marlborouglisjs^ery
(urge, Tlio first Duko .wanted to bo
wealthy, aud in that desire lm wits backed
'by bis wire. The Duke died flrst, and
.feft a fortune which Ids wifeincrcaaedto
'some 115,000,000 wben she tiled in 1744.
Tbls fortuno was largely invested in real
estate iu the West End of London, nnd
has increased enormously in value. Tho
iliouse now occupied by tho Priiioo of
WnlefJw=MftrUioi()p;,'.!i.n:>iisu--;-wiw prjglni
-ally tbo London homo of t ho early duke's.
Lord Randolph Churchill Is tho younger
brother of tho Duko. Marlborough Is as
sharp as aDaraascus blade. He isu ready
writer, a good -thll:f v, and' is well informed on every .subject. He has devoted
a great deal ot! tlmu to tho study of
America nnd its inst it ulums. -He-has bad
mnny exciting escapades, and hjsveputy*-;,
tiou )sa\iputas bada; IdeiHilil In., but bo
Is a duke, and If ba wants a rich Amert-
tjan widow-— well, ho will probftbiy help
lilmself, •-■**■- •■ "•'** --A *■_■-- ,t
Thnt Is—don't you knowf—If what n
UtlobTrd onthooiherpldeof thoAtlan-t
to is twittering does pot. "cortio to pass,
(miiy be, says this Interesting creature,
at preparations.nt Dlenljej.in aro f<;r tbo
turn of its former mistress. • Tho Duko
us divorced from Ids wife at ber suit;
iow, eays gossip, he being* n-bottov mnn
han be was, she has forgiven bim the
ausa of ber proeeedUigs ngainst bim, aud
 *t*~r p.  .  •'.'      -. ".      '..:
A Famous Ban!; ItobberTo Be I.(?)erati?il
in'n   Fow  Montliii-S'o    Mom   safe
*     C'rui-licrs—3J:mh ISiirglni's (ii> ll'oflt.
"The last remnant of tbo greatest band
of bank robbers tuat the"country has ever
produced will bo nt large In a few
montbs," said Polico Inspector Thomas
Byrnes to-day during a chut over the remarkable* decrease iti big crime in New
York city. It iialfupt tbatNa* York la
getting to boa highly moral'.oity, The
Manhattan Bunk robbery was .tbo lost
great steal. It is also many years since
any professional crftjrksnieti have dared to
venture iii'to tho 'j'M-ulncts sacred to
financial interests about Wall .8tr«t»
i'bo arrests impl- this year number
more limn thcy.did i n years ago, but tbo
crimes committed aru by a large percent-
I pge.oftt petty nature.
From 1872 to lSJ^I ninny banking Instl**
tn tions in all partsot ijio country wero,
robbod by thu misS daring mi-tbods.
During these four years the gang headed
by Jim Dnnlap, to whom Inspector
Byrues referred -above, stolo nearly
ff,000,000in'casli and r.:«rketftblii bonds.
Detectlya Seigortnfc ^.l :lXel\i$; of the
Central Ofllce, who has taken no small
share in putting do«u crime, rememlwrs
Dnrtlapnutl his pals well. In the latter
pnrt t f 1867 a Hivixt voiin'r man was con-,
victed/if grn.Ml larceny in Illinois and
seirt to the pf*riitcn!hiry. He -was handsome nnd well t-iiiicii^d, and because of >
bis ability™ swindle people he wi scalled
''Hustling Bob." His right namo was,
Kobert Scott. While in prison, he, eamo
iu contact with anold and hardenederiin-;
iual who was known to tbu police of En-
rope^i3.w,ell,.,as tbose of ^js-country.
This,man was the imtoriuus-Tpm Reilly
or "Scar-faced.-Tom.'(!., He'.it:was who
headi-d tho great g nig of bank burglars.
Taking a fancy tpy£cott( he i»*ff <blm.-fn
,C!iic'ayp*flft*»r'his'bi'niexpiit.d^paintro-
ducrd him to Dunbiii. Reilly was not a
bank robber, but he always declared that
be could tell just what lino of crime a
mau was best suited for, nnd he advised,
Scott and Dnnlap to become partners In
..the.business of bunk burglary, . -Dunjftp
waa )',:mng and brliitht. Ho broggkt
Scott to tJils ufty and made bim ac*
'quulutoli with one Connors, a promising
crook always ou'the lookout for big
stakes. This trio formed the nucleus.
of tlio'cell luatcd band of professional
fiit'o riMkoi-s.' Soon after they roiilwd
tho 1'A.i Clly Bank iu Louisville of
C'UOO.OWK Beeau«e nf tlie shrewdness of
tho gang tho detectives were bafflqd.
George, Miles, K'Im»ii and others became
memht;i-s ot the lii-m of I>tinlap & Co.,
and they rohhsd right and left. Thi!
PItlrtnh(Mny^»'mnk lost W0b,0MthronBtt
tho efforts of Dniiliip and Scott, and
then the great Xc-rtbun'.pion bank rob-
br*ry occurred. .Arrests followed, and
£dson gavo hi/; itWibtt^s n**yay;; Co?.»
Dors walked outoMMdlow-Street Ja.1;,*
and has novel' been seen in these p.i'-.i
£iaac. J3illv.' t'orttr is iu Paris livinj
^lt:o a .*■ >bui-lte, Rod Leary is dead,
and' l|io ftlafl-s" have; "either -reformed
-or gon.i-:,to ]iarU-uiikiiowa... &e^t
aiVd Pnnr-ip were convlctea and
sptit t3"flii[-!-»5.*miucat for twenty yewi
.each. Sut'U, .died of consamp(l<m
flvit years ago, ami now Dunlap il
au'o'ut to enter iuto tho world agafjk
J-ie is tM]iposfil to bave hid several butt*
dred tiiciusapd dollars worth of bomii
beforo. bo was un-bhted, aud bo laugh-
in»ly informs his keepers that ho in-
ttuuli U> lead the life of a gqtiU':iiiuu
\yhcn Jiflji"'*ibjes}/6ut^,,;'j^(iipiiK;BiiO;Otht-4'
lunik robbers who have- fcund JSinr York
loo bob fjr their comfort, are Fraitk
Buck, alias "JBuekcy." Taylor; Jjm
Biuues, Billy Biirke, John Cnrtin, Wil-
liiiin Colenwn..' Rufo lWnor, Puu«t»l
Mark*, alias Minnie M*rks; OharTps
I'i fell or, John Price, Charley Hicks, John
O'Brien, Joo Parish, Bill Vonburg, John
Irving, alias "The Greek;" Charley Ad-
urns, William Robinson, Frauk McCoy,
alias "Big Frankj't-Poter Lnthy*nd Ike
Marsh.* Not- One qOlwJ»4*-J"     	
itttempto4. ;i*vr, "•^■••K-r
New Y4A since "
been at the'feead
A Ityt'^a tkaaai.lutyA^
in prison, but most
heard ojf. They ha,vo*,
Inspectdf Byrnes believe*
orgmiiwd professional ci
end so far as "■eW.VP.tlS-^
ftourw Uieio js eUvays diliigfir. of a wove
in lhat direction by tlie'^oangergjj^tra
iiin of crooks, 'This U alteeted to *C>
such p"oniinent citizen* as tbe Rev, Dr
lluw-iii'd-11. Crosby -and Kibridge T. Gerry. Th.eMj goutl^meB/lmvo paid cousld-
(fftb'ft^th.ijtipu to tfio subject Tliede-
^tecil«j.iorce is so copducted th»t,a pro-
'' ■"—' * ---Trt'-HritahitlI cfuilaot walkt£« streets
Isdryani turns liard, uhlU oil isspplied,
after which it moves cosily. When tbe
Joints, or hinges, of the body are stiffened
and inflamed by Rheumatism, thoy cannot be'moved without causing the most
excruciatingpains. Ayer's SarsapariUa,
byits action on tho blood, relieves this
condition, and restores the joints to good
working order.
Ayer's SarsapariUa has effected, In our
city, many most remarkable cures, in
cases which baffled tho efforts of the
most experienced physicians. Wero it
necessary, I could givo tno names of
many individuals who havo been cured
by taking this, medicine. In my caso it
has worked wonders, relieving nio of
Rheumatism,
after being troubled with it for years. In
this, and all other diseases arising from
Impure blood, there is no remedy with
.Which I am acquainted, that affords suoh
relief as Ayer's SarsapariUa.—R. H.
Lawrenco, SL I)., Baltimore, Md,
Ayer's SarsapariUa cured mo of Gout
and Rheumatism, when nothing else
would,. It has eradicated every trace of
disease from my system.—It, H. Short,
Manager Hotol Belmont, Lowell, Mass.
I was, daring many montlis, a sufferer
from chronic Rheumatism. Tho diseaso
afflicted mc grievously, in spite of all the
remedies! could Hnd, until I commenced
using Ayer's SarsapariUa. I took several bottles of tills preparation, and was
speedily restored to health. — J. Fream,
Independence, Va. tt
Ayer's SarsapariUa,
Pr.p.red I y Dr. .1. O. Ayer & Co., Lowell. Mau.
Sola bjr.111)ru__;stfl.   Price,1; »lx bottles, ,6.
ntwr^s=Fr
•ws
LOT 13, BLOCK XXXVJ, 133 FEET ON
Elllce Htreet, IW feet deep and 132
feet on Mclnnes Street*, contains about
2% ordinary city lots. Sam und Stable
on premises with accommodation for It
horses,* harness room, Ac, good well of
water; garden, planted with fruit trees.
Particular* ou application to
dmylOtc I \V. J. FRENCH.
Str. "Gladys,"
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICR, WILL
leave for Chilliwhin* and way places
on TUKSDAYrt, THIUWDAYS nnd 8AT-
UBDAYg,at7n. in., returning nn llio following days. For all further Information
apply ou board, or to
W. to. TOWNSEND,
dmytltc On tho Wharf.
SIGHTv.BLINDNESS
USE  ONLY
N.  STANLEY'S
OELEBIUTED
English Spectacles!
AND   EYE-GLASSES.
Itcirotmncndorl  liy Learllri).   Ocullsls In
AlncrlcH.
D. -.Tls-Tj & CO.,
ilinynoiir     -  Anonfs.KowWestitilnstei.
OF
LONDON,   ENGLAND.
One of the Oldest and Best
I Companies in the World.
POLICIES ISSOT'D  AT   THE Lowest rates, and no combination with
i*ny other Companies.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
, djeflml AaE.NT.
&
Brick Manufacturers,
BUILDERS AND
URICK-YARDS: Partanw.
OFFICES: l.r.er Colaaibla aad Uety
Ms.. Xew We.lmla.tar.    ilarmlilOtc
WHATCOM & NEW WEST.
; MlMSTER
te,
o( tliji cliy- for live tiomrs beforo every
member of tlie force jn ou tha look out
for him. It is not thnt such people nro
jlotorjeil from «>mnillH»g _r!lfl« b(cj-ty«.
Ihey.-hnve Krannrbelfei..Thai"wifiii-
^Tiusines.**" they willne arrested. Some
tears, n«o th? Ilnaucial quarter of tbo
city wim bo poorly protected tbat banl(
i^ftlava tM^nif,#mii0».toii|i«l H&i
cany matte?,.to walk off with larKeeumi
of c tis It andaeciiri t ies. Iu ten yean, bow*
.evor, not one <lollar-J»fi» >eni.jitoleu ia
tlmt nuarter by profesHlonaT criminals.
/»11 tlm robbery lhat' bas been done la
that lim* .may be laid fit the,doom tl
lmitlt cashif rs nml otfici- ettacliee o( the h>
fjiiuitiouti fleeced. The detective buremi
In Wall Htroet-and the tyiitem In wbielt
the quarter is patrolled hlgut ami day
miil;e.4 it fllmoBt' imnosftlble for any oil:
but the trusted olHclnlf) of thebatiXM nt
baiikhm liwtitulious tq  "
*   ' i^Btu othjei 	
It
FAST ^T AGE.
pROWN BROS.' STAGE LEAVES
£> Whitcom for New Westminster evory
TUESDAY A THURSDAY morning at
half-past six, arriving at New Westminster at Hevou in the evening, via Illalno
and Ferndale. Returning—[eaVes New
Westminster for Whatcom every WEI>-
NEftDAYand FRIDAYmorning.arrlvlnff
at Whatcom stunti evening.
Thl| is. the only ihrongh stage and the
only stage making tbe trip ln one day,
thereby saving time and.expense for pos-
sengers.
Paisennn conveyed to and taken from
any bote! In town.
For further Information, apply to
dJ-iUml J08. WISE.
ViCT^klAB^
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Of the Rest Makers in the World.
rpHE -iVOriLD-RENOWNBD ORGANS
1   mul PIANOS of llusoii .. lliinilln
hnvo rrl'rh'l'il. The Nat STECK J'lANO,
with iiiilnnt Mislnliiiiii.- pcilnl. The miitch-
loss UECKER A SOSai 1'IAKOS. The
woll-krioivn UOMIMON PIANOS rirnl
OHOANS. Hrrvo nl.o in .took ItOKISCH
nnrl CHBISTIM 1'IANOS.- Pliinos nnil
Orrrmis rriikl mi rmmllilv iniyiili'rrtir. Pla-
nils for rent end i-entnjiitlloil lf purchased.
Cull nt
II. 1'ctcrs'Music Store.
ihvje2,.fi: VltrTiiniA, B. C.
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBU   SIEEBT,
New Westminster,. B. C
•W S.tis/actlon guaranteed.      daputo
City Laundry
JOE   QUI,
HAVING LEASED AND FITTED UF
a Shop on Dallas Street, nearly op-
Eoslte Ur. wise's Stable. Is now prepared
> undertake the work of a
General Laundry.
Competent men employed, and work
Juamnioed. Having engaged a Wagon
or delivery, clothes will be dolivered
promptly In any part of tho city. First-
cIhnn referoncoH given If required. A trial
order solicited. Prices will be found as
low as in auy flrst'class establishment*
Families taken ut special rales.
aorurders muy be loft at Mr. Dickinson's
Butcher Shop, Columbia St. djeSto
INDEPENDENT
8TRAICHT, FAIR COMMISSION BUSINESS.
OWNERS OF FARMS OU CITY LOTS
to sell will bave their Interests, as
well as buyers, carefully guarded In all
transactions, and-nd extras put on flrst
prices.
Always havs good bargains ln Vanoouver Lots.
Correspondence solicited.
WM. CLASH BELL,
Caxbii Sri, p. 6. Box us,
dapnu vlisrraoxr-i^ii-a.
THE WHITE IS KING
PARK RESERVE.
•VTOTIOE 18 HRRK11Y GIVflN. THAT
ll the parcel' of land described below
has been reserved nud net apart for tbo recreation and enjoyment of tbo public, as
provided by seotlon .'l of •' An Act to amend
the 'Land Act, IfW-l,'" Chap. 10 of 1SS3,
vls.:-
AU thnt portion of tlmt certnln tract of
land and promises known on tho official
plan or map of the stiimrtwtt binds of tho
City of New Westminster us the pink reserve, contained within tho following-described boundaries, that Is to say, commencing nt the corner of the Park Reserve at tbo intoi-Hcctlon of Park Lane
with the flrst. unnamed street running
north-easterly and snuth-westorly, lying
to t|io westward of Melbourne Street.;
thenco along ihn westerly boundary' of
Park Roserve In a north-eastorly direction a distanco of .seventeen (17)ebufus:
thonce in a smith-eiMterlv direction, nt
right angles to the westerly boundary of
satd reserve, to the easterly (mnndary
thereof, thenco In a south-westerly direction, along said boundnrv, to tlio b'ouu-
diiry of Leopold Place; tlience following
the lines (llvfding said Park Rpscrvo
from Leopold Place, Roynl Avenue and
Park Lano, to placo of commencement;
containing 87 acres, more or less.
W. 8. GORE, ,
. Survey or-Oeneral.   \
Lands A Works Department,       i
Victoria, B. C, 2flth May, '88.      Je2ml
ion Lands.
TJr YOp ABE PAYING FOR TQ^H
JL Pre-emption or forrent of Mining or
erasing Land, or buying Farm, Mining
or an* land from the Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY CASH
Rut pay In 80KCP and save a
largo discount*-
Kerf n can be obtained In large or small
quantities from
ALL0WAY A CHAMPION,
WINNIPEO,   MANITOBA,
oa FRok-
THE BASK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,
NEV WESTMINSTER,
ilwmbsto
HE ^5 HES
THK .UNDKKSIONEU KKEFS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARG^ ANP
complete assortment of .,   .
wttMtam'.rcwm *Mz s»o*ti3fli
Which will bt sold at tho LOWEST POSSIBI.B* PRICES FOR GASH, «*A lar™
consignment to arrive shortly.'!!* Always ia stock—Leather, Shae FlHO-
tags,-Sc, of all kinds.   Custom,Work a specialty.
JAMBS   BO-CB-SBAV,
dwjelyl NO. 81, COLUKI1IA 6TBEET.
CASTORIA
far Infants and Children.
ll^!!l^.K^!^aMUlbuml «^«to«IMOolteO«i*lN«loa, .,,,
ir-orrommcndltMmiiwiortoKij prcscripUoa I Soor Btomach, DlwrhCB^ Knwttiioii.
saowntome.'*     H. A. Aacnm,_[ D I *W* Wonns, gives sleep, and promdtM^^dl-
mSfcOl_oirrlSt..Bl<»B7B,N.T.   | WuCtajmioo.udloUfca.     '
Tm, CrtKTloa Couplmr, 77 Murray Street, Sty.
It, Is (fiti aamZ'"in'othei
blirilMBlliM.. .'
..- . ^roga ttfgnt wbeiftyA^itjiiaia
millions ol dollins liy their ttflnit pen-
luirnshipliayecitlrcrdlcil or ceased opera,
tions. A few havo none West, aa havo
noma ;o{ the bank Irriiyrlar..- A- yerv
few have reformed. A*, any nu the.
.do nor flai-a nttompki thefffiformer
means of obtnlnlnr* w'eaith'liilli's citv.
Tli.r notorious William E. Brockway li
tlio lost of the frnii.i'irityof professjotitil
forgerai Alrythlnr- dono iu that. Ilua. Li
iln'No days in gt'ii, nil ly traced: to cjtiij_r
a clerk orn partner of the person wliosn
iiitine is foracd. It, is true that t|)p riro-
tinls show that the i!i|iulier of aneaV
threres anil ptetip^-lcot* ~IB~fctII1 ~\eiY.
large, but the uioui|iIii«s» Kith whirfi
they are arrested is. iiirtterli-iDy.Iisiij'i'ii,.
tlieir number. Sev, rnl are seiit^Q J-j„ .
Sing or the puririnitlairy.-.evety dm.
They are for thu most part buwliti's,
the smart sneaku ami tlie pleKpocket..
having egterrtird to the Wll"i «S|j
Wliatkho Ariiagc TCatth I..
The nverajre wnlirli itr eoinppsed flf ljfll
ililTiri'ciif, ploocsj. ooniiitjslng upwards of
2..1W) BL'i'ini'JUto and dlBtlpot operations In
its riiitinifa.lnre,
'i'|ii\l_ilaii,ir(liir»tr.(>spli«a(«i)f,Tl|»»Uoiul
pr*i* IroiiCMIjnoi-JiIrl thirty Iw,1!!!,.
rar,0iirl(iii)iio yefn;' i: 'i ritvela i-MjIM In^iliuai
Willi ciurh viliriitiini,. which Is equnl to
113-4 niilis in liyiiity-toiil' hours,Sthj 13
miles in llilnyilnj-s.ol' 3658 8-1 milcsiu
one yirrif,
Ora.t Name, n.prcel.t.d.
Murk Antony Ib in thecroeery lmslnesi
In Atlanta, Gh.; JuliusCresardocs whito-
washing In ltichmond, aud Cicero Is a ho
telruj||>inJIemplili, -^V.
lESIBOUB OK PUIIOHAH-
- ,'T-tr---s^hotm,,togiveIhoseoolo-
iratedMaohlnirsalrlal.
V, J. BOBSON.
Agent Ibr the Mainland.
Also, Acnt for the celebrated .While
a,—[__», .^ djoisio
BRITISH COLUMBIA
SOME.CQP-IES OF THE
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on hand, and will be disposed of
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amount of valuable information
respecting the different cities,
settlements, and districts in the
■province, besides a list of the
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pronounced by the provincial
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who In his Folly and Iguoranoe has
Trifled awny his Vigor of Body, Hind
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nil the Kfl-act* leading to Early Decay,
ronatimntlon or Insanity, will tlnd In
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Imparts Youthful Vigor, restores (he
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our Speolflo No. 33 tbe most obstinate
cose can he cured ln throe months, and
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Price tn. Cures guaranteed, OurBpealdc
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Tate Diseases, no matter of haw long
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Thnt drend terror, u dlseiise so long
biitllnir m-lcnce and-the most skilled
pnyslcliiiiii, wlio know of. nothing to
rirrosl, nollilng to une«Mil,- nncHlnsr lo'
elire. Now 11 Is m, loiiucr on Inonr-
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To h Francisao, Cal,
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BRITISH   COLUMBIA
LAND & INVESTMEIT
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY  S.  MASON,
CUYLER A.  HOLLAND,
j
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, ■ 56 New Broad St. ■ LONDON, ENGUND.
The Business of ALLSOP k MASON has been merged in the above Company
and will be Carried od by the Company from this date as a general Land Investment
and Insuranoe Ageniy.'
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Bates. Town Lots and Farming
Lands for Salo on easy terms,
Victoria, a C, Mny 16tb^l887. . dw>7tc
OUR ELEGANT PKKPARATlOJfS.
Remember wo mnnufnotiiro and aro tlie
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other sonroo.. THEY. ABE HOT FOR SALE Br
DRUGGISTS. (-orriispontU-iu-o stricUy con-
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illseiisn   Invjti'it.    HO CHARGE oxt-opt for
medicines. ■ All (moils si«nf stoliro from
Toronto MuUifllne Co,, To"
obsm v'i'lon.
rbn'to.tJiit.
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Our ntuxulliiiDiit pronimiMniiti nrewnr-
ranfeu perfectly harmless. We prepare
tlio followliiR colors—tint llnor Hhndcs
nrlse from tho hair Itself: ltl<u*k, Hark
Brown, Medium Brown, Ohesttlllt, Light
Chestnut. Gold Blonde, Ash or Blonde
Centlree. Hnnd sample of Imlr when or*
during. Trice, SSper hollle. Toronto Me-
dlWne Co., Toronto, Ont.
TOILET REQUISITES.
In ordering plonsu spnelfy whlfth yon
renulre; wo Kiiaruntee I hem to ui ve entire
siitlNfucllon, No. s iinpui'is to.the skin
thcoolor und froshncsH of maidenhood,
hflrmless luid cannot he ilciectcd, ?t.2f».
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moves T.Iyer Spots, S1.-3. No, ll removes
Flesh Worms, Jl.'Jo. No, 18 removes
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removes Moles, fd. Nn. ll) removes Pock-
marks, 82. No. 17 removes limine Perspl*
rntlon, 81.2.1. No. 18, nn nhsoHllo imfalllng
speclile for tho retention, development or
restoration of the Hair, •Jl.'i-'i. Toronto
Medicino Co.| Toronto, ont,
THE BUST.
No. It) Is a cmhlnod inierniil and external treatment which speedily develops
or restores ihe female Ihim to lltopropor-
Bm   i) i   ..       gm       r J   I t'm'i> nf voluptiioiis liuttue.   Is entirely <
■ U. xnntinff IJ0«a JjQi     hnrmlessiuidcertnln in results.   Prlco lit.
» ' Wl *AiAAWrlP 25k   »        '    Toronto Medicine Co., Toi-onlo, Out. I
WSt
i>tAU-nis
\KW WISiSIXSHB, B. C.
Hay and Feed
'!' -at.A.-aL-K-a'x*-
WOOD & OOAL
(THB BEST QUALITY).
Dry tioods, (loots $ Shoes,
Provisions A Croeerles.
FAUMKRS'    HARDWARE,
■««»■•«• ifct*
ttfAn we use no whisky or tohaecn we
ean, hy temperate hnblM and careful economy, serve the pnbllo At especially low
rates. dwji*12tc
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STEEET • T1CT0K1A.
A.OBHTTS   IDS
North British and Mercantile
Insnrance Co. for Halnland.
H. C. BEETON la CO.,
36 FinBhury Circus,
Lonilbn, R.C,
N'
lMPERIAT.
FIRE INSURANCE COeAP'r.
I Old Hboaij St. uid 16 Pall Mali.,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED.-XW08.
FOR INSURING HOUSKS * OTHKK
Building*, Oood., IVurri, Moroliui-
disc, Manufacturing and Fanning Stock,
Ships lu Port, Harbor or Dock, and th.
Cwgoira of such Vessels: aUo, Ships liuild-
Ing and repairing, Barges and other Vetch on navigahlc riven and canals, and
Goods on hoard such Vessels, throughout
'Great Britain and Ireland and ln Forelga
Countries,
ritoM loss on Diiioi it run.
. Subscribed and Inveated Capita],
£1,600.000 8TG.
Rates of Premium And every information oan l» obtained on applloatlon to
W. I. ABM8IR0S6,
 A|ratfo.NmW«tal!iator.
COME AND SEE I
W. H. HOLDEN.
rAVDIO  TAKEN   POS8KS810N OF
l_ the "Temperance House,"fronting
oDColumblaana Churoh Streets, oppoalte
the Kplsoopal Church, aud now known
a. the
FARMERS' HOME.
Will accommodate the traveling: pnbllo
at the following rales:
Board per day. .
" '•  "  week
Slnile Meals  	
Beds ;    35
■ekGoodaci-oramodntlon for Ladles And
families, myfto
 «.».."....«, 41 00
 5 00
UTOTIOB.
OTICE IS  HEREBY CftVEN THAT
_.   we have applied to the Minister of
the Interior tor a Tease for timbering purposes of the following described land In
New Westminster District:
Commencing at a stake at the southeast corner of Lot 586, Group One, and
running north 80 chains, more or less, to
the Moodyvllle Sawmill Company's timber limits; thenco east 40 chains,,thence
south 40 chains, thence east 40 ohnlns,
thence south 40 chains, thence west. 80
chnins, to place of commencement^con-
talning 430 acres, more or less.
HOYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO;
(Limited)-*.-
dJelSiul       John Hendry, Manager.
Floyyers for sale
NOTICE.
(Mi Wi issuranm A,
pAHTlES INSURE!) IN TIIK
A.- tPPH?P»''.Vi whose Premiums
ABOVE
_     , « ju'c.pny-
able at Eastern point.", enn inivpthepliice
of pnymciit thui-O'.f ohungod lo this city,
free of chnrg™, hy npplylng to the undersign ed,
KlxhM l»krii In llifH Ir-Hlliifftnaa-
dlitn r*»ui|itin>- nf uiotil.ftivorjitilc niltn.
HENHY V. EDMONDS,
dJe2Hte AfiKNT.
1
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE SUHSt'ItlBERS ARK NOW PREPARED TO TURK OUT
DOUBLE AND SIN8LE RIBS
At Specliil Low Kate**.
Dnjiig ul All M i Teaming'
Done nt Shortest Notice,
Dry t'oHlnood delivered to any pnrt of
tho City.
Ordors by Telephone will receive prompt
attention.
•wrShtblcs nearly opposite C.P.R.Do-,
pot, Columbia St., NewWestmlnster.
-IJaUto     OILLEY BROS. Pkofs.
ESTABLISHED 1859.   n
JIMrt*/ Oppoalte thr ColonUl Howl,
NEW WESTMINSTER
THB LAKGEST AND, CHOICBST
assortment of all descriptions bf '
MEATS ANB VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to. Families, Restaurants, nud Steamboats at tha
LOWEST POSSIBLE PMCXS.
CHINA  Sl JAPAN
Fancy Goods
WIS HAVK JUST RKCRIVKD ft lang*
consignment of all kinds of
CELEBRATED TfAj
Knibroldproa Silk fioodi,
Shawli, Screens, B*>d <l«lll»,
BmmIiik «ow»i, Kk, Ule.
—AB30—^ : ■      ■ ■:
Porcelain, Satsumi, Clolaanne,
Bromo, Ivory, SMdilwobd «ml
Cirloiof Every Description.
imm. nmn itemkr oimst mn
CKIUA AHD MUM. '  iff
Hnpliiir that you will lronor us wllh your
visit, we remain very respectfully yours,
Kwong on Wo & Co.,
FRONT STREET, N[W WimiHTU, 1.1.
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Delivered ln the City, per year. ROO
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WeehlyTorboth,     	
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Asylum Supplies Jno. Robson
Maxwell Binder.. I. ti. Strickland 4 Co.
Appointment Prov. Sec.
gjiilg British Columbian
...7   tstlat «ve«lng. J»Ty «. isss.
The air. Irving left for Chilliwhack
thii morninR with freight and paaien-
gen.
Don't forget to go and see Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde thia evening at Her-
ting'a Opera House.
The ttr. Hithet cleared for Viotoria
thia morning with 29 hones, 50 tons
of freight aud 40 passengers.
The prairie states are now harvesting their cy«I«nea*nd planting oom in
wheat fields destroyed by hail.—Be-
vedle. •
Itii expected the mosquitoes will
now emerge from their wot weather
haunts and make humanity howl for
• lew weeks.
The return cricket match, old country vs. colonics, will lie played to-morrow afternoon on the athletio grounds.
A good game is expected.
No injurious effects can follow the use
ot Ayer's Ague Cure. It contains an un-
failing antidote and specific for miaamio
poisons, together with remedial agents
which purify and re-invlgoratethesystem.
By an advertisement in another column it will lie seen that the Provincial
Secretary is calling for tenders for supplying the Insane Asylum with groceries, etc.
The target practice of the N. \V.
Rifle Association at Brownsville tomorrow promises to be well patronized
by the members. The steamer leaves
at 1 o'clock sharp.
Hr. A. O. Lund is erecting a handsome two stony cottage on the corner
of Royal avenue and Douglas atreet.
Several other fine cottages are going up
in the same vicinity.
On Sunday morning the body of
Henrich Surholt, was found suspended
from the ridge-pole ol a small cabin
near the first water works dam on
Ohue river, Nanaimo.
A number ot bluejackets and marines from H. M. S. Caroline have been
doing the town to-day, They put tlie
old-timers in mind of the days when
the streets were blue with men o' wars-
men.
... The Puget Sound Creosotiog and
Wood Preserving Company was recently incorporated in North Carolina. The
works will be located in Seattle, and
the company ia now trying to secure a
site.— Reveille.
The Whatcom Reveille aaya Washington Territory leads every state and territory in the anion in the yield of potatoes per acre. The territory yields
125 bushels, followed by Oregon wilh
121.   We take the spud medal.
Rev. Jas. W. Webb, O. 0. T., of
Oregon, will lecture in the Oddfellowa Hall, on Monday evening next,
under the auspices of the Good Tempters. Subject,' "Nsili in his Coflin,"
with humorous and other readings.
No medicine is more conscientiously
prepared, more powerful, or more highly
concentrated, than Ayer's SarsapariUa.
Its standard of excellence is the result of
careful study. This preparation is ao-
knowledged by the medical profession to
be the best blood purifier.
An nnsuooessful attempt wss mado
to foro t Owners' Association bythe
cannerymen of the Frsaer river. The
object of the association was to regulate wages, the number of boats to be
used by each cannery and the proteo
tion ot the fisheries in general.
Cunningham & Wraith opened
their splendid new blacksmith shop, on
Merchants' suture, to-day. They are
now prepared to do all kinds of iron
work, aad from what we hear of their
Mehaofeal ability wo expect they will
do alalia trada in their line. Their
. adr. will appear to-morrow.
Th» two chickens taken from
Chinaman last night by Constable
Pearce an at the lookup, and anyone
who haa missed hens from their flock
requested to try and Identify them,
li, the first Chinaman, in a long
*. who haa boon arreeted with
Mtrninhis poseesiion, and if the
n_4B> oan he brought home to him on
eiamnlo will be made that will prob-
aWy Sop the practice of chicken steal-
tag foi some time to come.
tmeStrWrn^^
Call ata4 Aeeetttue.
Rev. Thos. Baldwin, of Duluth,
Minn., has accepted a call from Olivet
Baptist Church in the thia city, and is
now on his way to his new field of labor. He is exported to preach in the
Baptist church, morning and evening,
on next Sabbath.
...
r. r. K. Trafle lelarns.
The Canadian Pacific Railway Company's earnings and expenses for May,
1888:-Groas earnings, 11,010,084 j
working expenses, 1775,032; net profits, (230,061. In May, 1887, there
was a net profit of (310,180. For the
five months ending May 31st, 1888,
the figures are as follows:—Gross earnings, (4,052,394; working expenses,
$3,929,463; not profit, (722,931. For
the five mouths ending May 31st, 1887,
there was a net profit of (552,033.
The above doea not include the earning or expenses of the South-eastern
railway. 	
The Northwest Indians.
Rev. Father Edmond Gendreau, O.
M. I., bursar of the University of Ottawa, has left Ottawa on an extended
tour in the Northwest Territories and
British Columbia. It is understood
the rev. gentleman goes at the special
desire of Sir John Macdonald and as
the accredited agent of the Canadian
government, for the purpose of enquiring into the condition and treatment of
Catholic Indians throughput those vast
regions. There can be no doubt* that
our Northwest Indians are in an uneasy
and dissstisfied atate of mind, and it
would ba well to ascertain just what
causes this condition. It would be
natural that a race which has nothing
to do but be fed would be contented,
but this does not seem to be the caso.
«. ———
Teacher.* lastitale
Ibe first session of the fourth annual
convention of the teachers' institute
opened yesterday morning. The president addressed the teachers at some
length, complimenting them on the
work of the past year. His address
was followed by n few remarks from
Inspector Wilson. The session was
occupied principally with the enrollment of new members and the election
of officers. The following were elected
for the ensuing term: President, S.
D. Pope; first vice-president, Miss A.
D. Cameron; 2nd vico-president, \V,
C. Coatham; 3rd vice •president, G.
Stninburn; secretary, D. K. Kerr; corresponding secretary, Miss L. A, Barron; Treaserer, E. F. Driran; J. P.
McLeod and Miss Gowen, additional
members of committee of management.
The attendance at this session was
lsrge.
 . . ♦—	
■till Another tullroail.
To several gentlemen, among Ihem
Mayor Dickinson, Mr. Van Home,
whilo in Vancouver, stated tho C.P.R,
intended building a line from Vancouver, via Westminster, to Seattle.
When the road is to be commenced
waa not stated, but it is to be presumed, in viow of the aotion being taken
by other companies to build roads in
the same direcion, that operations will
not be long deferred. It is thought by
many of our citizens that a deputation
should wait on Mr. Van Home and
ascertain exactly whnt tho C.P.R. intend doing, where the crossing will be
made on tho Fraser, and the proposed
route from the south side of the river
to the boundary. With two new railroads running into Westminster, besides the many now industries springing up, there is certainly a bright
lookout ahead for the royal city.
The Hot IpHags Bailway.
It is rumored the C.P.R. will build
a branch from Agassiz to the Harrison
Hot Springs. This line would prove a
a boon to tourists and would also have
the effect of largely increasing the
number of visitors to that famous resort. It will be only a few yesrs till
Harrison Lake is the greatest health
and summer resort on this side of the
continent, and ss the country grows
and the wonderful curative powers of
the ' hot spring become more widely
known it is bound to become the
Saratoga of the Pacific coast. As the
springs become more fashionable
larger crowds will be drawn there
yearly, and the aotion of Lieut.-Gov-
Schultz, of Manitoba, and many others,
in building beautiful summer residences there will be followed by hundreds of our wealthy people. The
sooner the C.P.R. builds this branch
line the sooner it will prove profitable
to them. Such an attraction as the
Harrison Hot Springs at the extreme
western end of the main line will prove
a good advertisement to the Canadian
Pacific Railway, and direct many passengers over the road thst would
otherwise take the American routes.
Prise (Madles en Tornadoes.
The .American Afefeoraiural Journal,
desiring to direct the attention of students to tornadoes, in hopes that valuable results may be obtained, offers tho
following prizes:
For the best original essay on tornadoes or description of a tornado, (200
will be given.
For the second best, (50.
And among those worthy uf speclst
mention (50 will be divided.
The esssys must bo sent to either of
the editors, Professor Harrington, Astronomical Observatory, Ann Arbor,
Mich., or A. Lawrence Rotoh, Blue
Hill Meteorogical Observatory, Read-
ville, Mass., U. S. A., before tho first
day of July, 1889. Thoy must be
signed by a nom de plume, and be accompanied by a sealed envelope addressed by the same nom do plume and
enclosing the real name and address of
the author. These independent and
capable judges will be selected to
award the prises; and the papers receiving them will be the, property of the journal offering the
prizes. A circular giving fuller particulars can be obtained by application
to Professor Harrington.
Worms derange the whole system.
Mother Graves Worm Exeerininator de.
ranges worms, and gives rest to the sufferer. It only costs twenty-five cents to
try it and be convinced.
Ore reel UHer Wtaled.
. The Port Townsend correspondent
of the Posf-Infelltj-ejicer gives the psr-
ticulars of a most unfortunate shooting
accident which occurred on Lopez Island last Saturday: A person named
Wyatt, who hails from Seattle, and
who hus beou on the island a few days,
started out ou a deer hunt. In a grain
field, about a quarter of a mile from
the town of Lopez he saw something
move, whioh he supposed to be a deer,
fired, and seriously, probably fatally,
wounded Miss Henrietta Blake, an
estimable, young and comely lady.
Miss lllako was accompanied by her
sister Martha, who screamed when her
sister foil, and Wyatt, mistaking the
nurse for tho cry of a startled deor,
filed again, shooting Miss Martha
lilnko in the body ami face. Ho then
discovered his mistake. The young
ladies were conveyed home, Miss Henrietta Make rapidly sinking, and hor
sister dangerously, if not also fatally
-rounded. A physician wob sent ovor
trim this city yesterday. The foeliug
aim ng the islanders is very strong
against Wyatt, and considerable talk
of lynching was heard. He was immediately placed under arrest by Sheriff Relly, of Sen Juan county, to await
the consequences of his criminal carelessness. .   ___
Dr.J.kyllaMMrHyde
Last night the Geo. M. Woods Dramatic Co. presented "Sweethearts"
and " The Dead Shot" at Herring's
opera house to a fairly well filled house.
The play of" Sweethearts " though a
pretty piece and well acted, does not
contain sufficient scope for such a
really good company at appeared lsst
night. The acting of Mr. Geo. M.
Wooda and Hiss Marguerite St. John
both displayed theatrical abilities of
the highest character, and the other
members of the company ably sustained their parts. To-night "Dr.
Jekyll and Mr. Hyde " will be put on
the boards, and in this play the company may be expected to do justice to
themselves, From New York to San
Francisco and up the coait to Victoria
they have met with most flattering
success and have received high praise
from the best critiques.
Mr. Wood's version of Dr. Jekyll and
Mr, Hyde is generally admitted to be
superior in every way to the other attempts that have been made to dramatize this greatest work of Stevenson.
To those who have road the novel it
will be sufficient inducement for them
to see the play to-night, and to those
who have not we can heartily recommend1 it as a play of the greatest interest, and one that will not prove a
disappointment
cod ana Halibut Fliblng.
The news comes from Seattle that
the' schooner Mollie Adams srrived
there on Monday from Capo Flattory,
having beeu gono from Seattle about
one week, and returned with 45,000
pounds of halibut. Although the
weather wss so rough this trip that
they could fish only two, days and a
half the crew succeeded in capturing
tho largest cargo the., schoonor over
brought to Seattle. This cargo, as the
previous cargoes, will be sent to eastern cities. The schooner sails again
for fishing grounds as soon as the cargo
is shipped. The Americans are working up a very extensive trade with the
large cities in the east, shipping cod
and halibut packed in ice. it is time
British Columbians should awaken to
the fact that unless they tap the eastern market aoon the Seattle shippers
will have formed a connection which
will be hard to break. The American
fishing schooners go its far norlh as
Queen Charlotte Islands, where the
best cod banks on the coast are generally supposed to lie, and are said to return with immense catches. With our
superior fishing grounds, and equal, if
not superior, facilities for the transshipment of fish to the eastern market,
it will he bur own fault if this important industry ts lott'to the province.
Let some of onr wide awake fishermen
take hold of this branch of the industry and they aro sure to bo handsomely rewarded., .    •__        .    .
" As Others See III.
No city in the Dominion has a more
healthful site thsu New Westminster,
B.C. It is built upon a slope rising
gently from the rives bank, and the
many buildings appear tier after' tier
one above the other, with numerous
spires of churches ' here and there.
The landscape from these heights, with
the snow-capped mountain range in
the distance, is among the- most picur-
esque that can well be imagined. The
land in the valleys is rich and fertile.
Some of them are lather low, and .are
apt during high water to be overflowed,
but they are too valuablo to be lelt
long in suoh a plight, for the construe
tion of a few dykes will obviate the
difficulty; they must ultimately all be
available for agricultural purposes.
Immense trees uf cedar, Douglas fir,
western hemlock, soft msple and other
varieties cover the land, but. there are
also open areas which are now used for
grazing largo herds of cattle and sheep.
Amongst the business blocks might be
mentioned the po.t-olfioo, Masonic
block, the Colonial and Queen's hotel
blocks.
The river is navigable for ships of
moderate draught, and the rise and
fall of the tide is about six feet. Here
also is the centre of the fish and fish-
canning industry, a dozen of these canneries being situated en the river In a
radius of some fourteen miles, and two
for the freezing of fish, As I have already stated, there are valuablo tracts
of timber in tho neighborhood, and
there are three large saw-mills here,
Up to 1881 Westminster made but little advancement*, now this is sll
changed, and for the put six yesrs the
growth haa been both substantial and
steady. A good deal more money has
been spent during the past two yesrs
than-in former periods of its history,
and most of the buildings recently
erected are substantial. In short, no
city that I have seen has a brighter future before it than this same city of
New Westminster.—Thomas' Gordon
Oliver in the Monetary Times.
 .—j, . .	
Mile. Helene Laroche, a Paris ballet
girl, recently drew.200,0j)0..francs j„ „
lottery and donated- ifr-to e«-irpE»n.
asylum.
Personal.
L. A. Hamilton and wife, of Winnipeg, were in the city this afternoon.
C. 0. Morrell, manager of the Standard Oil Co., is stopping at the Colonial.
Miss Dickinson returned to-day
from a lengthy visit to friends in
Vancouver and Moodyville.
Pale, Woihuo****. Ixvuttw suffering
from poverty of the blood, bilious suffer*
er* and those whose circulation is depraved, should use* without delay Northrop
4 Lyman's Vegetable Discovery aad
Dyspeptic ('ure, the celebrated blood
purifier, which stimulates digestion, increases the nutritive properties of the
blood, and expels impurities from the
system.
Laic Canadian News.
Roukby, Out., Juno 30.--The schr.
Edward Blake, on which W. J.
McGarigle escaped frum Chicago last
season, went ashore five miles south of
this point during a storm. Tlio schooner had been anchored to better ride
out the heavy gale blowing, but tho
chain soon parted, and she at once
drifted into the shoro. Sho was scuttled and assistance summoned from
Fort Oolborne, which is now on the
way here. She was tsking a cargo to
Detroit.
Ottawa, July 1.—-To-day waa the
Erst day of the fiscal year, and according to government advices everything
points to a year of exceptional prosperity in Canada and the States. Customs receipts are favorable, and the
revenue of the post office depertment
is inorearing. Railway receipts show
a good condition of affairs; reports of
banks are very favorable, but a great
deal depends upon the crops. The
prospects in the Northwest and older
provinces just now are favorable, but
much depends on the weather.
Sir Fred Middleton ia travelling
throughout the Dominion, visiting one
after another of the camps. His duties
will not terminste until about the middle of September. The daily reports
received from the vsrious csmps are
favorable in every way.
RlCHHosi), Que., July 4.—Daniel
Gilbride, a farmer at Danville, was
killed yesterday by being thrown out
of a buggy. He leaves a widow and 2
young children.
Montbeal, July 4.—Onoscime
Pauze Yamachische has brought an
action claiming (400 damages from tho
Canadian Pacific Railway en the alleged ground that some grain shipped
over that line was injured by not being
placed in proper grain cars.
Archbishop Fabre has addressed a
letter to the Catholic press in the archdiocese requesting them to keep silent
on the question of the Jesuits' estates.
The Hon. Mackenzie Bowell, Minister of customs, will make an official
visit to Manitoba, the North West Territories and British Columbia this season, leaving Ottawa i.' August.
. ~
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE,
5th July, 1888. . '
II1S HONOUR THE IJEUTENANT-
EL Governor has been pleased to make
the following appointment:
Arthur Keost, Esquire, to be Deputy
Registrar of Victoria Judicial District,
ana Deputy Registrar of the county Court
uf Victoria. djlydtl
Asylum for the Insane.
TENDKKS, ENDORSED "LUNATIC
Asylum,1" for the supply of Groceries,
Clothing, Meat, Vegetables, Ac, tot Ibe
use of tlio above Anylum, New Wentmtn-
liter-, from the 1st Auguwt next to the 80th
June, 1881), will be received by this Department, at Viotoria. until noon on
WEDNESDAY the 18th Instant.
Lists of the articles required oan he ncen
at tho Provincial Secretary•« Offlee. Victoria, anil at tlio Asylum, New Wcslmlnster, at whioh latter place samples can
also bo inspected.
All supplies to bo delivered nl the Asylum without extra charge.
Security for tho due performance of the
contract will bo required In each case.
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Hocietary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Victoria, Sth July, 1888. djlyttd
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Mr. W. R. Lazier, Bailiff, kc., Belleville, writes: "I find Dr. Thomu' Kclectric Oil the best medicine I have ever
used in my stable. I have mod it for
bruises, Boratches, wind puffs and cuts,
and ln every ease it gave the best satisfaction. We use it as a household remedy for colds, burns, Ac, and is a perfect
panacea. It will remove warts by paring
them down and applying it occasionally,"
Zachar, the insane Racine, Wis.,
faster, has now been without food for
41 daya, and he looki as if he oould
stand ten or twelve days more.
Mrs. Barnhart, cor. Pratt and Broadway, has been a sufferer for twelve years
through rheumatism, aud has tried every
remedy she could hear of, but received
no benefit until ahe tried Dr. Thomas'
Eclectrio Oil; she says she oannot express
the satisfaction she feels at having her
pain entirely removed and her rheumatism cured. There are base imitations of this medicine for sale; see that
you get Dr. Thomas' Kclectric Oil.
 » _»,■»-._....—,
Lady tif the house to tramp—If you
will saw up that wood you can have
this pie, Tramp—Lemme tackle the
pie fint, while I'm ekal to it.
—i' m    ■-.—.— ■
In his Vegetable Pills, Dr. Parmelee
lias given to the world the fruits of long
scientific research in the wholo realm of
medical science, continued with new and
valuable discoveries never before known
to man. For Delicate and Debilitated
Constitutions Parmelee's Pills act like a
charm. Taken in small doses, the effect
is both a tonic and a stimulant, mildly
exciting the secretions of the body,
giving tone and vigor.
Children Cryfor Pftcher1*Castoria
Wholesale city Market.
Beef,     per lCOlbn	
Pork "
Mutton      "
Hideutgr'n)"
Potatoes     " 	
Cabbage    "        .......
Onlous       "        ...«.,
Wheat        "        	
OaU m
Peas " 	
Hay,       per tun  ...»
Batter (rails) per ft	
Cheese, "  .....
Eggs,      per dos.  ,,,*.,
Cordwood (retail) per o
...17 000 0 00
... 8 10$ 9 00
». 11 00$ 11 00
... 4 00 ii 6 00
... 1X5   i IM
... 2 001 0 00
... 2 00l 0 00
... 160, 17S
... 1M§ 17S
... IM   i 0 00
... 14 00-aODOO
... 0 25, i OSS
tm Olfli 0 17
... oaoi o-as
... 3 60(9 •* 00
When Baby wat tfek, we gave lm Otttttit,
When she was a Chad, she cried to CaeUria,
When she beessaa Uss, ahe stag te Cutoria,
Wist ihehatCUMtea, shageveftsa OaatoHa
BAPTIST OHVRCII, Ainos Htreet,
East of Mary Street lord's Day
Services at ll m. ro. and 7 p.m. Sabbath
Reboot andBlble Class at 5:80 p. m. All
seals (roe; strangers oordlally welcomed.
KTHODIST CHURCH, Oddfellows'
._ New Hall. Bev, J, H. White, Pastor.
Jorvlees at 11 a.m. and7p.ra. Sunday
School and Bible Olass 2:90 p. m. Prayer
Meeting on Thursdays at 7.30p.m. Seats
free; strangers oordlally Invited.
M:
fiiirv
QT. PAUL*.  CHURCH. John Blreel,
o Opposite OmnasKsll. Rev. Thorns,
n.rldon, Pastor. Servian* every Brind.r
at 11 ft. m. and 7 p. m. Thursday evenings
at 7:30 o'elook. Seals free; all an oordlally Invited. Sundny 8chtK!lat2M0 p. m.
l     UNION LODOB Ho, », A. P.
-h/_l k A. M.-Tlie regular com-
jL_|T muniMtlons of tbls Lodge are
/▼\ hold on tbo drat Monday In each
month. Sojourning brethren aro cordially lnvl»*toatt«nd __i_;-_„^__-
letB-to RsofRWT.
LITTLE WILL
BINDER
—HAS—.
NO EQUAL
MX FOUR LEFT
FOR THIS SEA90N.
. ,U, I
AID  COSHMSIV.
WESTMINSTER.
dwjlyfitc
EMPLOYMENT^ WANTED.
A PRACTICAL KNGI.IHH UARDENEIt
desires to obtain employment In arranging gardens, hotbeds, flower beds,
lawns and other work of that nature. Hu
a thorough knowledge, of hin business
and guarantees satlslaetlon. <■ Excellent
references If required.
AddroRS "W. P.," this offloe.   drahflll-o
IsTOTIOE
TO CONTRACTORS.
§EAJ.T.l> TENDERS WIM.  BE ItE-
ireived Iry the underslgnr-d up to noun
Wednesday Ihe lllh taut., for the wort
of
CLEARING THE I'll'E LINK OK THE
OOdUlTLAM "W-ATEK WORKS,  ■
From  New WestmliiNtitr to Coqitltltuu
Itahe, according to specifications to lie
seen nt the Company's ofllce, Masonlo
Block, N.W.
The work will be let Itr three sections!—
Section 1, extending from Station 0 to Station IM: See. 2, (rom Station 885to Station
600: Sec. 3, from Station 900 lo Coquitlam
Lako,
Tenderers will stnto tbe section or sections for which they tender and the price
per aore (or clearing.
The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted.
Secretary Ctxiultlam Water vforks Co.
New West., July 9.1888. dJIyStd
iTOT-IOSSL
aSSEs
Ind, and Works lor permission "
(or timbering puiyoM. tt.lol lowlrr,
lt.<dl.nd,.ltuatwflll N.wW»»lriiln-
VTOIIOE IS HEREBY (
ll   sixty days a(ter date
ngapplleatil
of Land, ani
lease (or tlmli-
ileNirribedland,    -
■ter Distriot. wd described a. follow.:
Commencing al a post platted on Ibe
rlglil bank of a creek wblen amour. Into
the minamish rl«r al Mountain Turn*.
Indian Reserve, about save* miles up the
Squamish rlvsrj theno. E. m ohalns,
tSenoe s. 20, throe. E. t\ tufcee 8, «o,
thence E. ti, thene. B. so, thene. E. 00,
thence N. 60, thence E. *), tSsnc.N..O,
thenos W. 90, tbenee 8.20, thence W.M,
thence S. 20, thenoe W.M, theneeN.90,
thane. W. 20, tb.noe N.», lb.ac.W90,
thence N. 90, thence W 20, thence N. 90,
thence W.20, thencoS.90, thenoeW.40,
thence S. 20, thenro W. 20, thence 8.50.
thence W. no, More or less, to place ol
commencement.
BRUNETTE SAW MILL CO. (Ld.)
H. L. DsBMK. Manager.
  dmyftlml
New West., May JO, 1888.
m&4wis*A%ti'i
W. E. FALES;
PRACTICALJINDERTAKER.
Kmbtlmlig » SpecMtjr.
D.al.r lu Waad.it and Vaults ■«•
lalCa.keta. Fmaeral.Cand««t«d.
A full line of Coflin Trimmings always on
hand. Parties at a dlstanoe supplied at
shortest notice. Satisfaction guaranteed in every, particular.
dwooltc
COUIMIIAlT. NewWeat'r,
G-R-I-P
Canada's Comic Paper.
JAMES ELLARD & CO,
Have Just Received Direct from the Manufacturers,
-A FINE LINE OF-
J. W. IEW000H,      •      AllTIIT A (HTM
ISSUED  WEEKLY.
IS a Tear) »1 tor BIx Stnths.
GRIP IS INCREASING IN INFLV-
ence and popularity every year It
is a supreme household favorite, while
every Politician and Professional and
Business Man enjoys the clever hits
which appear In every Issue, ftabserlbe
»wl
Soe our Premium nnd Clubbing List.
Circulars giving (ull particulars sont (roc.
so-Look out for Drip's Conic Almanac
Ibr ISM. Price 10 cents.
ADDBBW
White and Colored Skirt Allover and
Narrow Laces,
White A Colored Swiss and Cambric
Embroideries.
New Colored Embroidered Washing
Dresses*
Children's Chambray A Sailor Suits.
Ladles', Children's and Infant*'' l!n»
derclothing,
All styles In Ladles' White & Colored
Aprons.
■..imnirmi.'...:T":a g-BIOBB    _ttXO*JBC•ap. mh:tiiih.n,<•<•*
Call a-B.dExtiin.l-ae.
LONDON   HOUSE,
dwjeMc New Westminster. B. ('.
dnoSOailllb
PUBLISHINAflfiW.
TORONTO, OW
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, &C.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A lull line of Spectacles & Bye-Glasses in steel, rubber, silver and golt!
fvaiaea.   The finest Pebbles mode, |4 per pair; all sights suited.
Special attention given to FINE WATOH REPAIRS. Having leamud tli <
baBipess thoroughly from some of the finest Horologers in England, and since thu.i
managed tho watch-repairing departments of a few of the best firms on the continent of America, la a sufficient guarantee of good-workmanship. Formerly iniuiii-
ger for nearly 8 years of tlie well-known firm of Savage & Lyman, Monti**--*-*.!,
Charges Moderate.
Montreal, Dec, 1887.—Mr. F, Crake.—Audw. Robertson, Kaq., Chairman ol
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I never found a Watchmaker who did sn
well for me as you did when in Montreal, and I am sorry you are not hero to-day."
dwapUto
A. M. HERRING,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
SUNDAY HOI'RS.-MoiiNBia,from 8:3fl fo U pVlock.
Aftkenoon, 1 to 3 o'clock.
Eveninb, C to 9 o'clock.
tr PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS will he prepsieil nt nny tlmu ilirrl.i.
ths night by a iiompstetit chemist, who sleeps on the premises. liinu; tlie night
bell,
HERRING'S  DRUQ   STORE,
Colnmbla St.. New Westmliisln.
dwoattc
Opp. Telegrapk ence.
D. S. CURTIS fc CO.
-WHOX.aisuvi.M/rA.StWirA^'f.   .
DRUGGIST©
Sole Agents, New Westminster, B.«.
c. Mcdonough,
(LUNDBOM'S BUILDING, FRONT 8TRKF.T)
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hand an Kstcuslvo Stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries,  Boots A Shoes, Hats A <!ii|>s.
Crockery, Glassware, At,
■n-ar'-s   «*>   so-arar   httits.
Gnat Vsrlsty of Household Artioles.   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES,  LIME and   GENERAL STORKS.
N, ■,—Farm Produce bought at market rates or sold on commission. usvOrdnr-i
from the Interior promptly attended to. dwjottlo
PRESERVING SUGARS!
W.&G. WOLFENDEN
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CARLOAD OF SUGARS
direct from the Refinery, which they arc now offering on
the most reasonable terms. dwjcStc
ROOM WANTED
JN A PRIVATE FAMILY, With Boanl.
Must l» comfortable.  Add—	
. bo comfortable. Addross ''A,"
d)ly«3
GIRL WANTED
FK LIGHT HOUSE-WORK.    Apply
to MRS. OOLD,
djiyjtc Royal Avenue.
Hotel toLease!
mHK NKW THRKE-STORY BRIOK
"QUEEN'S" HOTEL,
Corner of Clement A Columbia Bts.
Applyto     » '■
" d"*/e__to New WMWnlnflJW'tV
DRESS MAKING
At mm JENNINGS',
(Late or Eholahdj
Corner ot Church and Columbia Hlrt-ets,
NBW WESTMINSTER.
aVHfttUrution guaranteed,    dwfwo
VTOTIOE
*  COURT OP ARHIZU, NISI PRIUB
A OyBi'nndTermlnerandaeneraiGftol
Delivery will be hold at DonRld, on Monday, lho llird proximo.
By Command,
JNO. ROBSONi
Provincial Secretary.
rrovlnelalSporoliii-y'H Offloe.
~-lMMlrnMr -djelftml

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