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Daily
British
Columbian
VOLUME i
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C., TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 12,
NUMBEE 61
JOSEPH E. QAYNOR, D.A.,LL.D.
OLD MEDALIST of the Uiilverslls ol
Dublin.    BABBISTER-AT LAW of
a
the High Court of Justice, Ireland. Oltices,
Corner MnKenzio A Olarkson Stu., New
Westminster. dwh-Hltc
nOUDUUIiD, HctOLL A JV.SX*.
BARRISTERS,
-SOLICITORS, ETC,
Offloes, Masonlo Buildings, New Westminster, aud Vanoouver, B. C.     jyHld-vto
T,
O. ATKINSON,
HABRISTKB, aOLIOlTOIl, An.
Offices—Musonlo BulUllni,',
dwfeioto Now West-muster, B. 0.
ITT   NOnSIAN BOl.E.-i. 0.,
BABBISTEB-AT-LAW.
Land Agent. Money to Loan.
Clarlcson Street,
se2tc New Westminster, II. C,
/ILOtV A MACI.l'BK,
ABCmTECTR.
OKFIOR-Bootn E,
Ovor Bank of B. 0.,
dau31to Colnmbla Street.
ft   XV. GRANT,
ABOHITEOII
OFFIOE-Corncr Mary and Olarkson St.,
-TITILLIASI It. KINO,
ABOHITEOT,
BUILDINO 4 LAND SUBVEYOB,
SANITABY ENGINEER.
Offiob—Now Masoulo Blnctc,
daplsto Westminster.
M*
f ALLANDAISE ti. BANSOM,
AECIIITEOTS.
Innes Block,       -       -       Hastings St.
VANCOUVER, B. 0.
ilnuSOto
A. 1'. »OTi'0\,
DOMINION ANn PROVINCIAL LAND
SUBVEYOB. Olllec: Boom 0, Dunk
of B. C. buildiiu', Weatmlnster, li. C.
W. !»» ill,
T AND SURVEYOR AND BEAL ES-
JJ TATE AGENT. Oflice - Cornor of
Mnry e_Inrksoti sis,, New Westminster,
B. C. dwmllOto
<;, i'i m.MntiMi.
REAL ESTATE BIIOICEB nnd County
Court Agent. Notary l'nlille, &n.
Hontseulleetcd. OllU><'-Mi.'Kcn-ii'.sti"t>t,
Now Westminster, 11. C. dml_a
AL■.IBM' J. I1I1.L,
M, Can. 8oc. 0. E.
CIVIL EN01NEER,
LAND SUBVEYOB and
DBAUOHTSMAN.
Ofkicj:—Now Masonlo'Blook,
dmlilSto Now WeBtmlnster.
rn j trapp,
-AIJCTIONEKB AND APPRAISER,
Columbln Stroot Now Westminster
All commissions will receive prompt
and careful attention. Best references
givon when required. nihl'Me
W. BREDEMF.YER, DR, FH.
(Lato Partner of Jolm MnVlckcr)
MINING ENGINEER, U.S. it PROVINCIAL SURVEYOR, A ASSAYliB.
Masonic Temple Block, Vancou veu,
Hr!t. Col.
*KV*Relinl>lc ri'iioiis, umler-'raiinil tutr-
'  voys and maps of mint's (■:■: rent eil nl low
rntea.   Assays nuittu ou all klndsdf niln-
ernls,gold and silver barn.  Thirty years'
experience   in mining iu Asia, Europe
mid United Stolen of  America,  Speaks
ten languages,  Aflsny.i from a (lls'imco
promptly attended lo.    Address Vuncmt-
vor,B.OI dtlolTIc
jil'
RAND BROS.
EM. ESTATE DROKI2R9,
Oon r «y «ucers, Collectors,
And Ininrtuice Agents,
Offices at.
NEW WESTMINSTER: Corner
McKenzlo nnd Olarkson Sts.
VANOOUVER, Cordova Street.
LONDON, England.
BUILDING LOTS for sale ln all sections
of Vancouver and Now Westminster Oity.
FARM LANDS of superior quality for
I sale  at  Chllllwliiiek, Tort  Hammond,
Lunijloy, .Miitsqiil, Sumas, Mud Bay.Litd-
> Bur's Landing, Lulu Island, Nortb Arm
and PIU Rlvor.
Maps and Plans exhibited aud the fullest Information furnished at all ourofflces.
MAJOR & PEARSON
Beat Estate Brokers nnd
Financial Agents.
AGENTS FOR
Confederation Life Association of
Toronto.
lloynl anil Lancashire Fire Illiur-
ancc Companies.
•-.•.Valuable Lots for snle In lln* City
nntlDlstrlct of Westiolnsterj and choice
Lots In the City of Vancouver.
- Poisons winning to buy or sell city or
rural property should communicate wlih
ns.
Offlcesi Itn.nk of B.C. building, opposite
ponlolHi-1'. Wt'Htmlnsler.amt Hu*itliii*sSl.,
Vancouver. dwapldte
J. W. WINGER,
DEALER IN
HARD &80FTW00P
DBAYING AND TEAMING DONE AT
abort notico at rcasonablo terms,  fir,
DRESSMAKING
At miss Jennings',
(Late ok England)
Coruor of Church and Oolumbla StreeU,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
•fi'ST-satlsfaetlon guarantee'!.    dwfo7lo
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
sat- satisfaction guarantood.      daplsto
m. Before  Yon  Paint or Paper
Your Houses,
HKT 1'RICKH KUOM TUCSKII.I.F.O
GRANT & HAGSTROM,
OI.ABKSON ST., N. W.
Fainting, Grnlnlnc, Staining, ftipcr
lUnRlDij, Sign Palntlnij, _o.
•STAll work BHarant-eil not to fade.
dmhlyl
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds of tlie best makes; CrosS-CUt & Hand-SaWS,
Blll'betl Wire lor Fencing, and all tho uecoeoary Utcusils Ior - Farmlutti
Pn'lcv Blocks, Snatcli Blocks, Kopc Ai Chain in all sizes; Pitch,
Tar & Oukiuu; Tarred and Plain Paper fcr Building; Paints & Oils
in r-.U colors; Liquid PllllltS In nil shades; Floor Paints ready touBo; Grind
SI own! Willi Paper in all designs; Brooms .* Brushes for all purposes;
Lubricati,,-- Oils; Traps of all description-, aud a general assortment of
Agricultural Implements,
tr Special attention givon to ordors by mail.
T. T. TIS___3_:' SO CO.,
dwjly3tc Columbia Street, New Westminster.
New   Goods!
-AT—
GRANT & MACLURE'S
PANTS TO ORDER
86. OO
j. s. manson,
Merchant Tai lor
Marshall Sinclair's Old Stand,
COLUMBIA ST. NEW WESTMINSTER.
noldlv
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Attention!   Attention!
w
GLOBE HOUSE.
E ARE NOW OFFERING OUR ENTIRE STOCK
of
Dry Goods af Bed-rock Prices!
to make room for SPRING  GOODS.   Call early and secure
MRS. WM. RAE.
RAND BROS.
Real Estate,
nee and Financial
^_.Gr£SZ**JTFJS.
OFFIOBS a
NEW WESTMINSTER, orMNoKgiiy,.KT'.0.N
VANCOUVER,
CORNER CORDOVA AND
ABBOTT 8TREET8.
—AND—
ANDERSON BLOCK.
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON, ENG. .ot cANNo-,
Farming Lands^Town Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
Business Property.
Lot facing on Columbia and Front Sts.,
in central portion of tlio city; several
buildings bring good rent-l_22,000.00.
Lot 4, Blook 7, noar Lytton Sqnaro.
(10x132 foet, fronting on Columbia aud
Front 8t9.-Sfl.000.00.
Cornor Lot on Columbia St., -13x00 feet—
$4,000.00,
Also—Lot and Building with stock of
Goods, one of tlio best businoss stands
in tho oity.
Improved Residential Property
Lot 15, Blook 13; two houses rented at
paying figures -$4,500.00.
Lot SO, Block 28; corner lot on Agnes
St., with 2 good houses.
Houso and Lot on Lome St., near Columbia-.! 200.00.
Lots I, 5 k 0, Block 19; good houso,
garden, &e.j cholco residence proporty
-35,000.00.
Corner Lot on Columbia St.} fenced and
cleared-.! 500,00. w,
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Blook 2S| corner lot on Agnes St.;
fino residence site—.1200.00.
Lot I, Alien Gardens; coruor lot noar
Columbia St.- $700.00.
Lois on iMclhouriiO Street, near St. Andrew's, at 8250.00,
Civic Offickhs,—Mayor, John Hendry;
City (Jlerk, U. RobBon; City Treasurer,
Ei_fiieer,_t;.. A. F.Coiton; Police Magistrate, T. C. Atkinson; Chief Engineer Fire
Department, T, Ackerman* Assistant, W.
W. Dickinson.
Court Officials.—Judge  of  tbe 8u-
{ireme Courl, Hon. J. F. MeCrel-jlit: Regla-
rai, Vf. H. Folding! Sheriff. W. J. Armstrong.
Provincial Officebs. — Government
Agent,Chan. Warwick; Ueglstnirof Titles,
H. W. Armstrong; Bupt, of Provincial
Asylum, Dr. R. I. Bentley: Bursar of Asylum, Jan. l'htlllps; Governor of Central
PriBon, Wm. Moresby; Htewiml Royal Columbian Hospital, Chas. I.iii'iiy; Immigration Agent, Jno. sprott; Coroner. W.
I). Ferris; Registrar Ol* Marriage Licenses,
W. J. Armstrong,
Dominion Offioials.—Postmaster, J. C,
Brown; Collector of Customs, J. H. Clute;
Warden or Penitentiary, A. H. McBride;
Dominion Lnnd Agent, 11.11. W. Alkniun;
Crown Timber Agent, T. h. HigglnSon;
Inspector of Fisheries, Thos. Mowat.
Rki'Iikhuntativks.—Senutor, Dr. T R.
Mclnncri; Houso of Commons, Uminltl
Ohisbolmt Provincial Legislature, Capti
W. N, Bole, Q. 0.
Jjot 0, Louise Gardens; beautiful situ*
ation-SfiOO.OO.
Lot 30, Clinton Placo~$400.00.
I-ots 20 k ,10, St. Andrew's Square--
$800.00.
Lots on St. Andrew's St., nenr Queen's
Avenue--3500.00 each.
Lots on Mary, IVllinm und St. John's
Sts.; excellent for residences—$500.00
to £000.00.
Lota on Montreal, Douglas and Halifax Sts.; line vlnwB and well situ-
ated—$300.00 to $400.00.
Lot on Melbourne St., near Cliuton—
.200.00. -j
Lot 0, Sub-Block 10; fine roaiileiico lota—
$175,00 to tJt?2B.OO. eg*
3 ohoioe tots on St, Andrew's St., nt
low figures.
Speculative Property.;    |
Lots In SulKlli-fel-l.'bVLotJ 4 ttn-111
Sub-Blook 0-$75.00 to $100.00; und
Lota in Subdivisions of Lots 7, 8 and 11,
Sub-Blook 12-$35.00 to $100.00.
Those lots nre all finely situated and
will doubtless soon bo thickly settled.
Lota in Westminster Addition at .13.01
to $50.00.
Ono-hnlf acre Lots near tbo City, ..
$35.00 to $50.00.
dwauStta -
MAILS CLORE AND ARRIVE.
axtonir.
For Can. Pnc Ry.-Dully (except Bunday
and Monday), nt iy.flu, un<l i ;i :-:;lur.l;iy
(for (Ilspntoli siuulnyj at 2?..
For Victorin, V. ,.,.ind W- uta [*.S.Qfll-
cos—Mondny, 1:1.1*,; 'I':-.- lay,Rl :   Wed*
nesdny,  o.;i(i;   Thumluy, k.;'-   Friday,
(i.rn« Saturdn;, ■ ifi
For Vunconv-1.   doud.-"* Uv, .ot!    ' lody
nnd Burnn'f.1 '.— 'all    '•■*: nn*
ny) at 8.15.
For Lndner'H ],:--■     • ;   ; Inn ' -
Monday, f'.v ;  VTcd      ' -.    -     ': diy
n..so.
ForOIoverVnil ly, ::.. M  I ro tie, Snrrci
Centre nnd ,. E'ralrie—Saturday,
9.
ForKlgln and Mtid Bay— Sattirdfi
For Plumper's        -     a ny,
ForNannlin ■ -.- -   .     '.   .    .
From Cnn. r - octSalar
duyjatw.ie
From  Vletor'n   --.■. nil sdoy  ei '
Tlmr.'tliiy   Hi: \ ■-u.--li.iv, Friday :i 1
Hnt!ii''l:iy, 11.:.0.
From \'mit;f>u-.--'r. ?.Jf:orj«,-vllle,Poi't Mo:»iiy
uiiti Biirnu'ii Inlet—Dally (except Sunday) at Ml.
From Ladner's Landlpg mil Mi in Iwiniul
—Sunday, Tuesday nnd l-liursday; lit.
From Clover Valley, Hull's 1'rnirle nnd
Lnngley Prnlrle-Friiliiy, 10.
From Elgin nnd Mud Bay—Saturday, 11.
From Plumper's Posb—Sunday, 16.
From Nanaimo (direct mall)—Saturday,
POST OFFICE HOURS:
General Delivery from 9 to 18 (7 p. in.),
Tuesdays'Thursdays and Saturdays; oto
18, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays—
except when mulls nre being sorted.
Monby Ordkii A Savixcs Bank.—Dully
—Da,m. to 4 p.m., nml from U to 7on
Saturday evenings.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity.strcngtli and wliole-iomeneHs. More
economical (linn the ordinary kinds, nnd
cannot be sold In competition with the
multitude of low test, short, weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans.
Royal Baking Powdi:ii Co., ioo Wall St,,
New York. 8fely
FOR  SALE.
A DRUGGIST'S  STOOK OP   DRUGS,
Patent Medlclnos and Sundries.—
A|i|il>' 10 HENRY V. EDMONDS.
lijnioto
TO RENT.
HENRY V. KI.-Mo;.'.--.-,,
dnoitc Land Agent*
New Brick
aubinvitei
is. nfii nriek-J
(or Mr. Sli-rltl.'
,.''',''';■'
Mnroll fe v.
aii Monday ilia
Itr, Arnistniu-
ureoi't lira loives
Sow Westminstor,
ilc I.
iv. it. rand
SO  CO.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
 ANO	
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Pro-
j    perty,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And transact all Business relating tn
Heal Estate.
— AGENTS FOR	
Irontloii Assurance Coriiorallmi.
Coniicotlcnt Firo Insurance Co. of
llnrtronl.
Iitiiiiliin mill linnras'ilri' Mfr Asaiir-
unco Co.
Cnntiin Insiiriiiifc (Mice, l,d. (Marine)
OFFICES:
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
d*,sel(*i
inilg British (Mttmbian
Tiiesilar Evening, march 19, ISSS.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
Dehorning was warmly debated
. tlio Nebraska stockmen the other
day. Most of the speakers favored
the practice. One advocate finished
his littlo speech by lhe enthusiastic
declaration, "I believe lhat tho day
is not far distant wiien even the
hydraulic rams will bo dehorned."
THE LAND LEAGUE.
An Accountant Testifies to Overhauling: the Land and National
League Bank Accounts.
State Aided Emigration to Canada
from the United Kingdom
will be Large.
Tlio enterprising Washington
correspondent of a wostern paper recently telegraphed to hia paper an
imaginary interview with Dr.
Wharton, the acknowledged authority on international law. When ho
saw tho paper tho next morning he
was horrified to learn that Dr.
Wharton died early in tho previous
oveiiinj/, nt the Ume when he was
l'fjV.gf-ftted as chatting with the
correspondent.
£ays a western exchange :   A
practical raVNljst in this neighbor-
'■'-!'" :*;It i MI in the congrega-
'' ■ rfh   hud paid   their debts  to
I io i ibing was general. After
'«ih\; theie seats, a call was made
for these who didn't pay their debts,
-nc! or.o solitary  individual arose,
'   explained that b.G was an editor
. i could not, beeause the  rest  of
a congregation were  owing  him
I ir their subscriptions.
In a divorce court.—Defendant's
lawyer-—"Jf your honor pleases, I
wouldjike to ask a recess for ten
minutes. A maiden aunt of the
defendant lias died and left him
$800,000, I wish to consult with
my client for a moment." PlaintilTs
attorney (hurriedly) — "The lady
whom I have the honor to represent
instructs me to withdraw this
complaint. If the court pleases, 1
move that the case he dismissed."—
Chicago Herald,
A writer who contends thnt old-
fashioned out-of door games uro the
liest form of exceroise for children
snys: Running makes a trim
nn It le and a shapely leg, and girls
should be encouraged to run as often
us possible in old-fashioned sanies of
lull or prisoner's base, whicli, as it
used to be played, left fow fibres of
the body without stretch and refreshment. The dodging, tho feints and
sudden dashes for base weru good
practises in tactics, giving a quick
eye and foot and lithe body.
A fish story, which makes up for
any inactivity thoro has been of
late in that line of literature, is
furnished by the Bangor Commercial.
Here it i3: Two fishermen nt Pu-
tshaw Luke who baited a line with
shiner uud put it through the ice,
noticing a great commotion presently, took it from the water, when it
was found that a white perch weighing about half a pound had first
swallowed the bait, and then an
enormous pickerel had swallowed
both the perch and its prize.
M, Pastour thinks that he has
discovered another morbific germ—
that of diphtheria, and hopes that
his discovery will lead to means of
preventing the disease hy inoculation. If medical science travels
much further along these lines the
early days of childhood will he taken
up with successive vaccinations.
If, for example, it takes three weeks
for thn arm to recover from the
operation, und there are, say, thirty
diseiisi'3 to bo warded off, nearly two
yoVrs would hu taken   up  at  onco
Nancy Clark Marshall
V,. . ■ Smith Frisbee McGregor
, a rich and somewhat mas-
ttulji woman, who owns valuable
Cftftit- and timber lands in Montana
:■■ i Oregon, has lately reached the
aiftVeme Scriptural limit of mar-
-ying chronicled of her sex by taking unto herself her seventh husband. She went to San Francisco
over the plains in 1849, und the
uncertainties of border life have
enabled her to gratify her taste for
marital change without resort to
divorce. Every ono of her husbands
was dead before another took his
place, Ono whs lost in a mountain
snow-storm, another was killed by
Indians, aud u bucking horse assisted another out of the world. Husband No, 7 is twenty-eight years
old, Ho was raised by tho much-
widowed woman, nud calls her
"Mamma,"
A project is on foot to buy a
house in V ntcr den Linden for the
purpose of establishing a Bismarck
museum, in whioh will be preserved
objects associated with the chancellor. This shows what whirlabout
changes come with the passage of
the yoars. Thero was a time when
the iron-willed chancellor was the
most hated man in Berlin, But his
calm, rock-like steadfastness of purpose has conquered all opponents.
On one occassion he was being
pursued hy a yelling crowd through
lhe streets in Berlin. Suddenly he
stopped, und faced about on the
throng, putting his hand in his
breast-pocket of his coat. The
hooting mob fell back, thinking
ho was going to draw a revolver,
But he only took out hia cigar caso
nnd laughed. When he had lit his
cigar he walked calmly on, while
his roviioro shrunk away abashed,
Now they ure going to institute a
muHourn for him. Wo wonder if it
will contain that  cigar  ease,—Ex.
The Sultan of Zanzibar Promises
Aid to And Explorer
Stanley.
Children Cryfor Pitcher'sC«toria
THE PARNELL COMMISSION.
London, March 12.—The Parnell
commission reaumed to-day. Attorney-
General Wobater called to the witness-
box an accountant who testified he
examined the hooks of the Hibernian
Bank of Dublin, where tho National
League accounts were kept, but he was
unable to trace the persons to whom
tbe checks were paid or the sources
whence the checks came. He found
between Nov., 1879 and Sept. 1882,
the league had received £261,269 and
paid out £261,276. The hank officers
refused to allow him to examine the
lodgment slips. The National League
had paid the Ladies' League £12,300,
relief fund, £2,025, and disbursed
£10,000 for the defence of prisoners.
The accountant testified he hud examined the books of tbo Land League.
The league's total receipts for 1883
were £11,009; for 1884, £11,500; for
1885, £18,000; for 1880, £16,510;
total receipts of the National League
for the same period £100,013. Parnell
assented to tho examination of his private account at the National Bank,
Mr. Coffee, u Cork reporter, then made
a statement about the report that a
policeman had promised Coffee big pay
if he would testify before the commission. The witness declared the report
entjrtvly false. This statement caused
a sensation.
GETtJTANY'f" REPRESENTATIVE.
Bep-uIn, March 12.—It is officially
announced Count VonBerchem, under
secretary of state, will represent Germany in the conference held at Berlin
regarding Samoan affairs.
THE BASE BALLEKS  UONOKED.
London, March 12,—■ Right Hon.
Arthur Wellosly Peel, speaker of the
houae of commons, has arranged for li
visit to parliament of tho Anicriciii
hiiae ball players now in London. Tluiy
will viBit parliament in a body. The
American Club.upon iho nominatum uf
Mr. Whito as secretary nf the American legation, made the lull players
honorary members of the club during
their stay in England.
EDM.ND YATRS' CABLE.
London, Mar. 12.—The government
kept their secret well nbont their naval
programme. No one knew when Lord
George Hamilton rose to speak whut
the proposal was to be. Lord Georgo
did it very well. His speech was well
composed, statesmanlike in tone aud
culm with no swagger or bombast about
it. The house knew nothing of the
scheme. Lord Georgo worked it op
artistically, and his review of the
grounds on which the government based the proposal was a cleverly done di-.
gresiiou for the sake of conciliating
tho opposition. Having Baid n word
on every point and patted every one
on the back who ought to be patted, he
turned his policy on tho house, if I
may lay so, as suddenly as if it were
the light of a magic lantern. He comprised the whole scene in n sentence.
"Seventy new ships", and they are to
cost £21,500,000. Perhaps the suddenness of the announcement took
awsy from ita effect, for there was not
a strong demonstration of approval in
the houao, The ministerialists cheered, hut not vociferously; tho opposition hardly knew what lino to take.
The scheme looks large and novel, but
is only a large development of Lord
Northbrooka- and when analyzed does
not mean anything gigantic. There ia
no doubt that iu tho country il will be
popular. Any government that can
give employment by the spending of
£21,500,090 without having to provide
the money by a new and grievous
system of taxation must be looked on
with favor.
THE li.c's ItETUItN.
There are few Frenchmen who do
not think tho oxile of Due D'Aumale
an absurd manifestation of violence,
and few who are not glad to aee the
brave soldier return to his fatherland
and ond hia dnys amongst his honks and
art collections at Chantilly, and in
agrevuble literary and gaatronnmic
commerce with his colleagues of the
Academy and Institute, The Due
D'Aumale returns to Chantilly to-morrow, and on Tuesday there will be a
full meeting of the academy to v oleoma
the illustrious exile. M. Spulter, who
hns lung boon eyeing tho doors of the
luudouiy, hopes now to receivo some
encouragement, as ihe reward for his
promoting the revocation of tho decrt-e
of exile, and trusts his candidacy for a
place amongst the immortals will have
(he support of the party of the Duke.
smrKISK AT BERLIN'.
A good detil of surprise and comment has been created ut Berlin by
the fact that ihe King of Wurlciiibcrg
tins conferred grand croBB of the nvJi r
of Olga on the CoimtoBS Von Wuldcr*
see, wife of Count Yon Wnldersee-
chief of stuff. Any special distinction
or incident affecting (ho Countess Von
Wildersee is always viewed with interest, as she is known to have great
influence with the omperor. Tu the
lnlu scandals ab-nit the King uf Wur-
teinberg and his American friends, the
Countess Von Waldersee may have had
some hand iu smoothing the matter
aver with the emperor, and would
doubtless bo glad to avoid any further
developments, she herself being an
American.
THE CIUSIS OVER. *
London, March 12.—The financial
crisis in Paris is ofer and all signs of
excitement havo disappeared from tho
vicinity of tho Comptoir des Comptts,
Copper stocks horo aro linu and active.
EARI. 1IADNOR   HEAI».
London, March 12.—Tho Earl of
Radnor died yesterday, aged 74 years.
Uo ia succeeded by his oldest suit, Viscount Folkestone, now conservative
member of parliament for Enfield, and
treasurer of tho royal household.
A NBW EXPLOSIVE.
Berlin, March 12.—A new explosive for shells, manufactured from
carbolic acid, has been discovered by a
German naval officer.
THE UARNSLEY.   ELECTION.
London, March 12.—Lord Comp-
ton (Glndstoninn) waa elected to parliament from BarnBley division of Yorkshire, to-dny. Oompton received 0,-
232 votes against 3781, cast for B. C.
Vernon Wentworth, the conservative
candidate. In the previous election
Wentworth received 2917 against 5,-
425 polled by C. H. Kenney the Glad*
atonian candidate.
HOOTED OCT.
London, March 12.—W. S. Cuine,
M.P., and Richard Chamberlain,M.P.,
were> hooted out of n local option
meeting last night because thoy wero
unionist's.
PROMISED AID.
Zanzibar, March 12* — Thomas
Stevens, the American who iB in search
of Stanley, was recoived by tho Sultan
last night. The latter promised him
aid in his search.
STATE AIDED EMIGRATION.
London, March 11.—This year will
probably see a renewal of Irish state
aided emigration to Canada and elsewhere- Mr: Balfour, the Irish secretary, stated in the houao of commons
to-nightthat£18,000was unenent ot
tho parliamentary grant for emigration
from the congested district of Irel-md,
and that the guverrimeht would welcome proposals to continue the emigration. The Scotch atate aided emigration is also likely to assume importance this season, besides the proposed emigration to Manitoba of 40
crofter families under the auspices of
the government. The'Scotch emigration office has just reported favorably
to the treasury upon Mr. Alexander
Begg's proposal for an imperial advance
of £150,000 to the British Columbia
government for tho settlement ot crofters in that province. Mr. Begg believes that tha treasury will promptly
sanction the advance at a low intereat
snd hopes to settle 50 families during
this season ao as to pave the way for
a much larger immigration iu a future
season.
TURN HIM OCT.
London, March 10.— The annual
dinner of Ccrnishmen residing in Loudon, took place at the Holbt-rn restaurant last evening. Mi-. Thomas B.
Bolitho, M.P., for St. Ives, presided,
nud the attendance was unusually
large. Toasts were drunk to tlio Prii
and Princess of Woles us tho Duke and
Duchess of Cornwall. The entire
company with tho exception of one
man drank Iho toasts standing and
concluded bysiuging "God blees Uio
Ptinbe of Wales.' Tlio exception was
Mr. Oouybearo, mum bev for Camborne.
When it wins observed tlmt hd did not
riso to litH feet with tliu others, a wave
of indignation swept over tlio company
and lhe offending member was greeted
with cries of "Stand up," "Turn him
out." The uproar finally became so
general and so intense that Mr. Cony-
bearo seemed to be in danger of personal violence, and realizing his position he stood up.
VICTORIA NEWS.
Ku.lil Advance In Btal Kutnlc—Mr.
Tfc». Parle C'auat-t « Sensation In-tbe
lulltourt byImpcacblox Mr. Justice
Walk em's Word.—Davie Apologf lea.
Special to lhe Columbian.
Victoria, B.C., March 12.—H.M.S,
Icarus has gone into ths dry-dock for
the purpose of undergoing repairs to
slight injuries received by collision
with an iceberg whilo coming through
the Magellan Straits.
Tho Oddfellows' banquet last night
was a great success. Eighty members
were present.
Real estate is advancing rapidly. A
block containing a little over live acres,
facing on Dallas Road, James Bay,
sold this morning for .13,000.
In the supreme court yeiterday,
while a case was being heard before the
full bench, analtercation arose between
Justice Walkem and Theodore Davie,
Q.C., during which, Dsvio remarked
that his (Davie's) affidavit would be
taken anywhere in B, C. whilo that of
Walkem's would not. The chief justice,
who was presiding, reprimanded Mr.
Davie Beverly and adjourned the court
to give Davie an opportunity to apologize. This morning Davio offered a
very humble apology and excused himself on the ground that he was provoked by the judge. The matter wus
accordingly smoothed over and the
esse gone on with.
A report from Cape Mudge states
there are forty ease of smallpox among
the Indians of that placo. A Catholic
priest is nursing the afflicted ones.
Very few der.ths bave occurred and it
ia thought the epidemic will soon bo
under control.
THE U. S. SENATE
Approves of a Committee to Con-
Ridrcr tho Means of Improved
Relations with Canada.
The Northern Rebels ln Hayti
Weakening; and Many Towns
Ready to Surrender.
A Heavy Gale Prevents Vessels
from Entering San Francisco Harbor.
LATE CANADIAN NEWS.
Graham, M. P. P. for Weat Hast*
ing.*, died Sunday morning, aged 60.
Thu Crusaders und St. Paul rinks
won tho international trophy at the
Bonspiel at Winnipeg.
Colonel Elijah Kitchim-i. of Sydney
Ontario, haa boenstneken with pimil*
yais. Tho colonel U 06 Knd a Vetcrttn
of 1812.
Tho conservative flOflvefitlap to
nominate-n candidate to contest Kast
Elgin for the local house has been adjourned on account cE the unallpox
epidemic near there.
Closo upon 02,030 pilgrims vi*it.d
thu shrines of La Buuuo Sic- Anne
lust summer. The r/ilgrimages organized camo from -'.ll part3 of the Dominion and tlm United Statea.
Thoro is iioalr.tement oftho r.mnll-
pox loourgp 'in Ontario. In I-'ingal
and tho Township of Southwold, there
has been 29 cages and 8 deaths to date.
Ono death and ono now caso wero ro-
Eortcd Friday. Tho death was in the
lethbridge family, whicli has now lost
threo members. . The roads loading
from Southwold aro guarded by armed
men to prevent the plague being spread
around as it was at first. All public
gatherings or private dances have been
prohibited in thu neighboring town of
St. Thomas.
A deputation from Montreal has
gone to Ottawa to look after the project to construct a bridge across the
at Lawrence. Tlio proposed bridge
will si retch from Longeoil to St, Helen's Island, with nino spans, and from
the Islatid to Point St. Charles, with
fourteen spans. It will he mado for a
double track lino of railway for a train
of osra, as woll aa a roadway, for vehicles and foot passengers. It is estimated to cost 92,000,000. A Scotch
bridge oompany have offered to construct it on four per cent, interest on
the investment.
RELATIONS WITH CANADA.
Washington, March 12.—In the
senate. to-day "a speoial committee bn
relations with Canada" was proposed,
with Mr. Hoar as chairman. Mr.
Payne moved to'strike, this committee
out of theliist. Mr. Sherman and Mr.
Blair spoke againBt the motion, holding that closer relations with Canada
ought to be eneouraged. Mr. Gibson
spoke in favor of the retention of the
committee on relations with Canada,
and suggested that its scope bs enlarged so thnt it include relations with
Mexico in ita subjec's for consideration. Mr. Frye spoke in favor of the
committee. He said this country had
not given tho attention it should to
this subject, and especially to the fisheries and their bearing on the relations
between the two countries. The committoe was retained.
THE VACANT GOVERNORSHIP,
Washington, March 12.—A, W,
Bash, of Port Townsend, dined with
President Harrison last night. He
says that the contest for the governorship of that territory, aoon to be admitted as a state, rests between ex-
Governor Watson C. Square and Miles
C. Moore, both of Seattle.
:  1UBD1 COl-N DEAD.
San Francisco,-March 12.—Rabbi
Elkin Cohn, of the congregation of
Emanuel El, the largest and richest
Hebrew congregation on the coast,
died lust night from paralysis of the
heart, after a 20*yeara' pastorate. He
waa 78 years of age and devoted nearly
all hia earnings to charity. <
the north weakening.
New York, March 12.—Haytian
advices attito that the opposition to Legitime in the North is weakening, and
several cities are eager to surrender to >
his forces..      -    ■
TBE OPIUM SMUGGLERS,      .
Bismarck, Dak., March 12.—The
caso against Archibald J, Curran and
J.M.Leonard, oharged with smuggling opium from .Canada, was called
yeBterday. It will be remembered
that Curran previously testified he wss
shipping for another man, but did not
give tho name, The first witness in
the ease is Miss Carey, station agent at
Botineau. She swears Curran mado
the shipments. One box, shipped by
Curran, was valued at over $20,000.
AN UULY GALE.
San Francisco, March 12.—A gale
prevails oi:rxido the harbor and no ves-
eels are entering. Tho bur waa very
rough nt 0 a.m., snd the wind was
bl"wing twenty miles an hour; it
had iuiToaacd to forty miles nu hour
at noon,
DREXEL'S  ENDOWMENT.
Philadelphia, March 12.—Mr.
Drext-1, the banker, has purchased a
building for tho Drexel industrial woman's college, which he will endow with
s million and a half dollars.
BRAKEMAN KILLED.
Helena, Mont, March 12.—W. M.
Lowery, a Northern Pacifio brakeman,
was killed in the Millan tunnel lut
night. In climbing from a flat car to
the top of n box car, by the side ladder, as tho train was passing- through
the tunnel, hia head came in . contact .
with an upright and he was knocked
off and killed.
DOMINION   PARLIAMENT.
Ottawa, Maroh 11.—In the house
of commons to-day the Hon. Jon Haggart introduced in act to amend the.
Civil Service Act
Sir J, S. D. Thompson introduced
nn amendment to the Copyright Act
Dr, Wilson introduced a bill to
amend the act respecting threats, intimidations and other offences. '
Sir J. S. D. Thompson introduced
an act to amend the act of the Trinity
House aud Harbor Commissioners of
Montroal.
Hon. E. Dewdney in replying to Mr.
Mulock Baid that tho total amount of
North-West land scrip now outstanding is .700,000.
Mr. Dowdney, in answer to Mr,
Edgar, stated that it was the intention
of the government to introduce .'egiala-
tion at tho present session to provida
for holding elections in the North-West
by ballot.
Before tho notices of motions were
reached, Mr. Barron found time to
maku two applications to tho government to bring down the correspondence
relating to the Jesui's compensation
bill asked for by him somo time ago.
His motion for thoso papers has not
been reached yet, but he thought that
the premier should consent to this, ss
it would facilitate matters when the
discussion took place on Mr. O'Brien's
motion.
Mr. Charlton spoke in favor of the
resolution, declaring the inexpediency
of the practice of remaining in session
aftor midnight and providing for a discontinuance oF the same. A lengthy
discussion ensued, in which Sir John
Macdonald and Messrs, Laurier, Miliar
and Mitchell took part. Finally the
resolution was withdrawn, Sir John,
agreeing to diaousi the matter at the
beginning of next session with Messrs.
Laurier and Mitchell with the object
of submitting rules tothe house for
revision by a speoial committee.
People who reside or sojourn tn
regions of country where fever and ague
and bilious remittent fever are prevstent,
ahould bo particularly careful to regulate digestion, thu liver and the bowtla,
before the approach of the Mason for the
periodic malady, Tho timely use of
Xorthrop k Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Gun Is n valuable
safeguard against the malarial scourge.
It ia acknowledged to he the best blood
purifier In the market.
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
ut tho Columbian office. Prises will bs
found aa low m at ear other offloe in
t io province —Ade,
Children Cryfor Pitcher'iCwtorla THE   DAILY   COLUMBIAN:
At their Bt.»m, PrintlM CsUUIsh-
' mini, Oolnm'bl-, l
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for U month*-—
for ImoritHI-..
lor Intor-ths...-.
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lett) to be m.d. Id ninnee.
THE WEEKLY OOLUMBIAN
Mtttet tmtty mettmAny ■•ntlstf.
BsliTsr-d In tbe city, per 7e.r.....-......ts.oo
!-Jled, peryesr... _._. 2.00
- - ' ............ 1.26
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TM-aUr 1'nlH. Bttt* "• •"*•_
There is a proverb, whleh, of
coune, is a "chestnut," as all proverbs arc, that "All things come to
hire who waits." This saying may
be taken as applying very aptly to
tbe experience of the Royal Oity at
this time. Her citizens have-
waited long for many things. Now,
when we are on the very verge of a
full and happy fruition of all our
hopes, we can afford to felicitate
ourselves for a mouitnt. The information that we publish to-day, as
well as that, given yesterday, and
on other occasions, concerning
Westminster's long nourished and
pet scheme of Southern Railway
connection with the great railway
systems of the Pacific coast and tbe
continent, must be most gratifying
to every citizen of the royal city.
Every ono nearly of our readers
knows the history of this enterprise,
the devoted labors of onr cititens in
its behalf, the delays, the obstacles
met and overcome, the misunderstandings. Now, that we are practically assured of a consummation
that shall excel the most sanguine
expectations of the most optimistic
Southern Railway man, the difficulties and misconceptions of the paat
will soon be swallowed up and forgotten in the satisfactory issue of the
whole affair. The citizens of Westminster can be proud of one thing
in connection with the history of
the Southern Railway for the past
nine or ten months, and that is that
they have maintained a consistent
attitude throughout. There has
been no going back on anything.
The city's good name has been sustained in this matter, as on other
occasions. In spite of the temptations and pressure from within and
from without, the citizens have refused to stultify themselves, but on
every occasion have recorded a consistent expression on the question,
thereby showing their intelligent
determination to have the railway
and sustain the city's good name at
the samo time. The rewaid is near
at hand. As we have treated all
parties concerned with the utmost
fairness, we havo a right to expect,
and it is evident that .we shall receive, fair and just treatment ourselves from those who have the
construction at,d operation of the
Southern Railway in hand. But,
apart from theso considerations, tbe
line location anilsplelWftl advantages
of this city, which arrest the attention of every visitor, will insure
that Westminster shall shortly become the great railway centre—as
it is now in other things—of the
province.
There is a question that is being
brought very prominently before
the attention of our citizens just
now, by the young men of the city
principally. That question ii,broad.
ly speaking, the Y.M.C.A. institution and its work. It is not neces.
sary to be moro specific. Every
one nearly—and many to their own
benefit—knows what the Y.M.C.A.
is, and what it is doing or, at least,
aiming to do. The institution,
originated in a very humble way,
hardly more than half a century ago,
hu now become world-wide in its
operations and its influence, and
great good is unquestionably being
done through ita various agencies.
In British Oolumbia,where branches
of the Y.M.O. A. have been only
comparatively recently started, and
the organization is yet in a crude
and weak condition, a very inadequate conception can be formed of the
real -nope and importance in a city
of this institution. Suffice it to
say, that no city of any pretentions
oan afford to be without t good,
healthy, and perfectly organized,
Y.M.O.A. institution. Nearly all
cities, on the American continent,
especially, recognize thia, and the
best men in every respect, those
wbo have hearts, brains, and wealth,
are found supporting the Y.M.O.A.
liberally in the principal Oanadian
and American cities. The reason is
not far lo seek. The real wealth of
the itate is the individual. What
benefits the individual—and the Y.
ICO.A. benefits a very large aggregation of individuals, in many re-
specta—benefits the itate. It is,
therefore, plain that thii beneficent
institution il supported largely, and
will continue to be supported, be-
cause it paya the itate—the city—
tha ootiimunity—society, In a large
or a limited lease—to accord thii
support. Al waa ihown by one of
the speakers at Uw meeting at the
Stem houie lait night.tho Y.M.C.A.
cm (and suoceeds) to benefit
tl-«»B-»TJd-iallnafi*«i*ld lenn—
i-hyiioally, Inttllec-latJIy, lootally
ud mfdrituaUy—In fcet St* aims and
aocompliahmwU are all In the line
of bflllding np a perfect manhood,
Any ssHBolatfon with inch * pur-
pct-e—Atid one whldh <*n iho«r inch
imd iwwdofiuc-ties-i in iti noble
work where it hai been thoroughly
trUd-deaervea and *4o«lW -**_-
tr» ttMHtgimm. firim nil who
mibtett'giv. it in "7 ,**«■•
Then ue, everyoM must adroit, no
lack oi isenoie*—woll "PP1***"
UH,_«o-__t.y " »t work, wfcoje
arowt_ol^torp-di)->bIe tendency
11-n    Till   f .'ll 11 llMl  il i  mmmrn
is directly in opposition to that of
the Y.M.C.A. No more practical
or effectual way can be taken to
neutralise evil than by nourishing
the good. In fact, all experience
goes to show that it is the only way.
A negative policy is simply playing
into the hands of the enemy. The
Y.M.O.A. of this city, as most of
our readers are probably aware, is
just now making a laudable effort
to rise to tbe level of that spirit of
advancement and progress which
has begun to animate the cily in
every department The support of
the citizens is confidently asked to
aid the association in developing
itself in keeping with its desires
and possibilities for usefulness.
This support should bo forthcoming.
The cause is a worthy ono. The institution, properly developed and
conducted, will prove a valuable
asset to the city in every respect
We trust that those who have this
matter in hand, who are devoting
their time to the work, will have no
difficulty in securing the required
support from our citizens to enable
the Y.M.C.A, in Westminster to be
placed upon such a permanent
working basis that it shall be at
once a credit and a lasting benefit
tothe city.
An interesting paper was read at
the Society of Aits, in London, recently, by Mr. O. Skelton Streeter,
on "The Ruby Mines df -Burmah."
Sir Charles E. Bernard, who presided, said tbat the mines of Upper
Burmah were now, and had been
for years, the only source of good
rubies in the world, remarking further that rubies of good color and
comparatively flawless were, weight
for weight, more valuable than diamonds of the same size. Mr. Streeter
was the first European expert in
precious stones who ever visited the
ruby country, and he and his friends
had obtained a concession of the
ruby mines, so far as rubies and
sapphires were concerned, for the
next seven years. Mr. Btreetw, at
the outset of his paper, explained
that the ruby mine tract of Burmah
was situated on Ihe hill sides, and
in the plain lands, of a valley east
and west at an elevation of 4,500
feet in a range of mountain spurs
that ran nearly at right angles to
the Burmese Yoma. This valley
was some 80 miles due nortii of
Mandalay, but, owing to the physical difficulties of the intervening
count!*/, it could only be reached
after a circuitous journey of some
200 miles. The lecturer proceeded
to state in some detail the various
primitive modes of producing rubies
that had been employed up to the
present time. He was unable to
describe the country as it would lie
when worked by scientific appliances, for, though machinery was already on its way there, it would
probably not commence running
before next November. In conclusion, he pointed out that, in addition to rubies, some of the mines
produced red, pink, and blue spinels,
sapphires of very line quality,
zicons, moonstones, and tourmalines.
How far the British lion was influenced by considerations of Bur
Utah's precious mineral wealth in
extending his "protection" over that
dependency, is a problem that would
not be very hard to approximately
estimate. Just leave the "royal
beast" alone for "scooping" a "fat
take."    [_
PROGRESS.
It ia very Important in this age of vast
material progress that a remedy be pleasing to the taste and to the eye, easily
taken, acceptable to the stomach and
healthy in its nature and effects. Possessing theso qualities, Syrup of Figs is the
one perfect laxative and most gentle
diuretic known.
Wholesale City Market.
Beef,     per looibs ,.,| 5 50@ era
Pork          "          „  soort* 0.00
Mutton       "            8 003 0 00
Potatoes     "  B0 a 7.1
Cabbage     "  SOS 100
Oniona      "        „ .',.. loos ino
Wheat         "            1 60 M 0 00
Oata           '■            125@ 160
Peaa          "           160(1 2 oo
Hay.       per too     12 00 315 00
Butter (rofia) per %.....  0 28a 0 35
Cheese,              "  0 141 0 15
Eggs,      per dor.  0&5(ji 40
Cordwood (retail) per curd  3 00 & 4 oo
Applea, per box  80 3 1 25
Hldemgr'njper 100 lbs  _ 0U _» A 00
" , (dry)       "       -«.  5 000 ooo
Wool, per lb  0_*    10
■Metnltflleal Keport far Week Fading
March tm, im,
„      . MAX,   nm.   IIAIN.
Sunday, 50,0     Jtto
Monday  59.0     01,0
Tueaday 50.0    8*10
Wednesday 89.0     :w.o
Thursday 60.0    ;hi.o
Friday 01.0     36.0
■Saturday Mo    38.0   0.17
Clear; swallows; frogs; mild.
A. PKKLK.Capt'n.
Children Cryfor Pitcher'sCastoria
pAPTIlT CHURCH, Agnes Htreet,
D Eaat of Mary Street, lord's Uny
Servleea at 11 a. m, and 7 p. m. Sabbath
School andBlhle Claaa at 5:30 p. ro. All
■eatafrae; itiannn oordlally welcomed.
—Rev. Thoa. Baldwin, pastor.
1U-BTHODISV CHURCH, Mary
1VL Stnet. Rev. J. H. White, Pastor,
Services at 11 a, m. and 7 p. m, Sunday
School and Bible Olaaa 3:80p. m. Prayer
Meeting on Thursday! at 7,aop.m, Seats
free; atrangers cordial ly Invited,
§T. PAUL'S CHURCH, John Street,
Opposite Orange Hall. Rev. Thomas
tddon, Putor. Servleea every Sunday
at 11 a, m. and 7 p. m. Tburadny evenings
at7:80 o'clock. Seats free; all are cordially Invited. Sunday School at 2i30 p. m,
/-'HURCH OP MMtAlD. - HOLY
V TRINITY CHURCH; Rector, The
Ven. Archdeacon Woods'. 8. MARY'S
OHUROH: Rector, The Bishop, Services
In both churehea every ttay. All Fi-ats
free. Both churehea open an day for private prayer.
SALHDORIA * IT. AHDRBW-S
■OOIRTY*-Thc regular meeting*, of
a Association are held on the last Tueaday of eaeh month, at B o'clock p.m. All
Scotchmen are Invited to attend, -.laiix
Bun, Sec
TIT C. T. U—REGULAR MEETING
YY . every Wednesday afternoon at 3
o'clock at the W. O. T. U. Headquarters,
Douglas St.  Loyal Legion In the tame
8lace every Friday afternoon.-MRH. Jas.
UNifivoHax, President; Miss Dr.Beck.
Secretary;
UlUOH LODOB Ra, t, A. P,
A A* ■•— The regular meetings of thla Lodge are hold In
. , . the Masonic Temple on the nrst
Wednesday In eaeh month, at 7i80 o'olock
p. m. Sojourning brethren are cordially
Invited to attend.-W. O. CoATBAH, Sep.
-nOARD OP TRADB. Board Boom,
H Oddfellowa Brick Block, up-atalm,
Councllmeeta on the flrat and third Wednesday In eaoh month,at 4 p.m. Quarterly
meeting! on the 22nd of Felt-., May., Aug.,
and Nov., at 7:80 p. m. New member-*
nay be proposed and elected at any ftuar*
terly meetlng,-D. RoBsoM,Seo.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM.
liwiiorlcr of   lliinlwim.. Agricultural
iMplcwenls, He,
In every city there are iudividtinl
examples of men whose connections
with its business pursuits, whose
prominence in all matters of public
enterprise, whose record for unflinching integrity, undaunted energy,
and untiring industry, make them
objects of special note, not alone in
their homes, but wherever exalted
commercial reputation is recognized
and respected, such a man havo wo
in the subject of this sketch. -Mr.
James Ounniiighiiut established his
business in this city in 1SG2 and
has, through ull the vicissitudes of
twenty seven years' trade, maintained the even tenor of his wny.
His transactions have inoreased
year by yenr, and tho circle of his
customers and patrons gradually
widening and liis linn extending until he now controls a business un
excelled by any similar establishment in British Columbia, His
buildings are large and commodious
and admirably arranged and appointed. All this space is tilled
with a complete and extensive assortment of hardware, agricultural implements, paints, oils, glasswnre,
crockery ware, wall-paper, wooden-
ware, stoves, tinware, hollow-ware,
plumbers' goods, house furnishings,
iron pipe und fitting.-;. This house
also manufactures tinware of all
kinds and does every variety of
sheet-iron cornice work, gas-fittings,
plumbing, roofing, etc. There is no
house in the trade which carries a
more complete stock or whose facilities surpass those of this establishment for supplying the trade with
first-class goods at lowest quotations.
The length of time this gentleman
has been in business unci the success he has attained arc better
recommendations than the loudest
praise we could possibly give. We
may mention, however, to our readers who have not yet become acquainted with this firm, that none
in the Northwest has a better reputation for fair und honorable dealing.
—Mercantile Eevicio.
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870
New Westminster Suburban Lot No. IS,
Block X.
A CERTIFICATE OP INDEFEASIBLE
Title to iho above mentioned Lot
will be Issued lo Henry Elliot i on (lie kith
day of June, 1880, unless ln the meantime
a valid objection thereto lie made to the
undersigned, In writing; by hi,me person
claiming an estate or interest in snld Lot
m-Noinc pari thereof.
It. W. AUMSTItOXG,
Deputy Registrar.
Lund Registry Office,
New Westminster, 7th March, 1880.
m li7il.ini
NOTICE..
VT OTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat I
li lmve applied to the Honornble Minister of the Interior for a license io cut
timber on thn following described Dominion lands in New Westminster Dlslrlct,
British Columbia, according lo the Provlnciul Government Burvoy thereof:
Weat % Section 2-1, Section 27, and Enst
% Section 28, In Township IS; und
South-east *_ Section 25, North *_Section 21, South-west !-: Section H and
South-west J_ Section 23, Township 20.
HENRY V. EDMONDS.
New West,, 711i March, 1889.      OmhSml
Macpherson & Thomson
of Ontario and Marquette, Michigan,
lmve opened n
IH THE HOLBROOK BLOCK,
Columbia Street, 8 doors East
of Telegraph Olllcc.
everything usually found ln a flrat-cinss
Drug Store, comprising pure and fresh
DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
PATENT MEDICINES,
TOILET ARTICLES,
ENGLISH, FRENOH AND
AMERICAN PERFUMES.
Physicians* prescriptions carefully compounded day and night. _7d!m
ANNOUNCEMENT
Tlio Undersigned Having Opened u Now
nnd Handsome
Drug Store!
Fully stocked with all the Necessaries
of a FIRST-CLASH STORE, would
respectfully .solicit. nHhnro
of Patronage.
SPECIAL   ATTENTION
Will bn Paid tn the Dispensing of PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS and
FAMILY RECIPES,
Having for several yenrs occupied tlio
position of hispcnserliilho lending Hiorc
nf Montreal, nud having hnd n thorough
course of Instruction nt the Ontario College of Pharmacy, wn feel tlmt our Mcperl-
onco merits tho contldonce of the I'uhile.
T. A. Muir & Go.
PHARMACEUTICAL DRUCGISTS
Queen's Hotel Block,
COLUMBIA STI1EET.
New Weatmlnster. dmhlyl
Merchant Tailors
Havo Just Received nn immense Slock
of Imported
Tweeds, Worsteds,
FJWCVIUITIHU, FANCY PAHTIHC8 ' »D
SPRING 0VERC0ATO8,
Which havo never heon c.un|[odla
the Oily ami which thoy arc
prepared lo make tip
AT mill.-. THAT WILL BOTH IK KVHN
TUB KAtTKRN TAILORS
ToCompolowlth.
Style, Fit and Workmanship
I11IAHAN-I-KK1I.
ttt- Call arid InspoctC]nnd».**rfl
Oolumbia St.,
One Door West of Dickinson's Hulchcr
Shop, s-w Wf.lmln-l-r, B.C.
dmhlyl
3STOTICB.
NOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Hi.Uy days after dutol Intend to
mnke nppllcation to tlie Chief Commissioner of Lnnds und Works for n grant of
n smnll Island about two miles north-
east from the Point Atkinson Liglit-houso-
rlirht abreast or fronting off Nelson's
claim, said Island containing about -1
acres, more or l«gHH 0ABK8gAi
Per his Agent, H. V. Edmonds.
New West., Jun. 20,1880.        dja29m2
Time Table!
,dfe£k THIS STEAMER
____Hrobert dunsmuir
LEAVES WESTMINSTER for NANAI-
mo direct every Wednesday at 7 a, in.
Leaves Nanaimo for Comox overy Thursday at7a, m.   Returns to Nnnaimo on
Friday.
Loaves Nnnaimo (or Westminster overy
Saturday tit" ii. in,
LEAVES WESTMINSTER for NANA!-
mo every Sunday nt 7 n. in., touching
at Vancouver nnd nil Intermediate ports,
Returns to Westminster Monday.
For Freight and Passenger Rates apply
to T. L. DRIOQS, Agent C. P. N. Co,, or to
the Purser on board
dmhlte WM. ROGERS, Master.
THB WESTMINSTER
Poultry Yards
JOHN 8. COX, Prop.
Light Braltiuna,
Partridge Cochin ni,
Plymouth Hocks,
White face Bl*k Spanish
White Crested, Black  and Golden
Poland*,
Ilouilnna*      Silver-iieiiellleA   Ilam-
bnrgi,
Black, Red and Pitt Games,
Toulouse Geese,     Rouen Ducks,
Valuable Farming Land.
FIFTEEN HUNDRED (1600) ACRES of
tho finest Agricultural Land In British Columbia, situated In New Westminster District, within 2% miles of Ladner's
Landing, and on what Is known us the
New Westminster Trunk Road. One hundred acres hnve beon improved nnd tho
farm houses and ham (lately creeled) contain the latest Improvements and conveniences. There Is an unlimited supply
of excellent wator on tho lnnd, obtainable
from wells. Theie arc 12 miles of ditches
for drninnp-e purposes, running down to
the river. Tho land Is fenced In nud there
Is pasture enough for summer and winter
for over BOO bond of cattle. Over 120 head
of catl le now grazing can bo Imd nta valuation.—Apply to
l.MI ttdllklt A HIGGINS,
Real E4nto Brokers,
dmhllml Victorin, II. C.
Selling Off.
HAVING DECIDED TO
retire from the Grocery
Business in this City, we will
offer our Stock and Fixtures at
Cost.
And all parties indebted to
the undersigned are requested
to call and settle their accounts.
P. J, FOULDS & GO.
March 411,, 1889. dmhlte
EX1SS1VE SALE.
T HAVE LATELY RECEIVED DIRECT
t- from Englnnd a hirgoconslgnmentof
the following (jonds, which I shall soil
low!
211CW (Oollard & Oollard) PltHlOS
(with Wools).
Elegant Parlor ami  Bedroom
Suites.
Inlaid and Mnrbletop ('llellll)llt'(T
and Whatnot.
Large JlllTOrS and Fancy Brass
Fire Sels.
Couches & Arm-chairs.
Marble top Centre and Inlaid LllO
Tables.
Wardrobe   ond Marble-tup Hall
stand.
Atl WALNUT & MAHOCAHT
Also offer t
Second-hand BUUOY, WHIPS, HARNESS, ROBES, RIDE-SADDLE, Slnser
SEWINHMAOHINE.CHANDEI.IEHS,
1'ICTUItES, CARPETS, Walnut DIKING CHAIRS A EXTENSION TABLE,
Cliilvunl-cd STEAM BOILER, Volvos
and Pipes for Bath Room, Hall's Amrrl*
enn rirenrnflrsnfc (weight 2200 lbs.)
TE31J- CABB.
tjE^Lot6, Blk34<=®)r
(Enbloc)2UJ_xl32.
LOT 2, BLOCK 34, Rtoryltesldence,
Coach-house nnd Cottage. Grounds nicely
laid out. Never-falling Spring of puro
water. This property fnoes on MorrWule
Ht. nnd Royal Avenue ond Is In the bun-
ton pnrt of tho city.
TRRNB VERY EASY.
Apply direct lo
Mrs. Emma Gold,
dmnOma Residence, Hoy nl Ave.
jsro-riCE
HENRY &0NDS
NOTARY PUBLIC,
CONVEYANCER, REAL ESTATE
—AND-
INSUBANOE AGRNT
HAS REMOVED
■na.l'P
BANK BUILDINGS
OOLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER,   •   11.0.
Opp. 1'oslotHce ond next door to the
Hunk of British Columblu.
PROPERTY FOR SALE
IN AMj PAItTS OP' TUB
City and District of New
Westminster,
-AND—
CITY " VANCOUVER
AOENT FOR
Tho Canada Life Insnrance Cn.,
Tho National Fire Assuranco Co.,
Tho Norwich Union Firo Insurance
Society.
eiri,(,ai>- Kirc-lcil on Bcfll I'Mnle al
HcnsomlMe Hhic*.
ESTABLISHED, A.D,, 1864,
dselSyl
Get Our Prices and Sec the Goods.    One Car of these Plows to
Arrive about the 20th inst.
F.C. Strickland & Co.
WEBSTER'S BUILDING, FRONT STREET, WESTMINSTER.
dwno2lc
ROYAL CITY
ing ilk Company, Ld.
RICHARD STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
MASUFACTL'UERS ASD DEALEIlS IN
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
_t_._>TT)  -__._.  2--_--_-2D3  CM"1
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors,   Frames,,   Windo'-.s,
Mouldings. Balusters.
Blinds. Brackets,
Railings, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
BRITISH MIMA 1:1! WM.
(Dliiniliia Sli-ci'l, Jicw Westminster.
VAN  VOLKENBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale ahd Retail Butchers.
MEAT PURVEYORS IN GENERAL    FKiifSlI AND CORNED
MEATS ALWAYS ON RAND.
JtiTSpceial lines quoted for tlio sliiprjiii _ rnrle.   Family orders striotly littonilod
to.   Hotels will find it to their interest to place tlieir orders with the ahovc linn,
d'jsnol'-
Immense Sale of Boots and Shoes!
RTJBBIE3I?, GOODS, <SbO.
Commencing February gth, i38g.
HAVING DECIDED TO RETIRE FROM THE BOOT & SHOE BUSINESS,
. tho iiiuk'rsii*nc'. will now place Iris entire stoek on tlio market at wliolesillc
1>rlcesi lio reserve.  Everything must he sold.
$('.,000 worth of Boots, Shoes, Blippiirs, Ruhhor Goods', Shoo Finding-), kc,
Au early iiiapi-bttSri will conVltico the public tlmt wo meun business.   Terms—
under §50, cushj ovor ,?£i0, secured notes nt',, months with interest,
.&.. b. -^-xti^te-m:xjtb,
tlVdeSUa BIOS OV THE ISTTFFAIaO, COLUMBIA STREET.
OVERSEERS WANTED everywhere nt
borne or io travel. Wo wish to einntov
ii rolltiblo person In your county to took
ui) ml vert IseineiitH mul f how curds o( Eleotrio Ciuotis. Advertisements to he lucked
u ii every w lie re. on trees, fences nnd tnrn-
piki-H, in conspicuous places. In town nnd
country In nil purls of the United Statea
nnd CunniJn, Stoutly employment; wages
SlBOpertlny; expenses* advanced; notnllt*
Ini* rt-oiilred. Ijocal work for all or partof the time. Address with si-imp, EMORY
■ft CO., MiuiiiBers. 241, Vine St,, Cincinnati,
O.  No alteiiiloii paid lo postal curds,   lot-
__:_^fe_r5ir"
ERVICES
OP THIS CHURCH OK ENGLAND will
he held l>ytho Bishop In the 01)1)-
••TM.OWH' HALL,
Every Sunday Evening
nt ,130 o'clock,
Until fru-tlnruotlco,
duihlllo
Gorbett & Kennedy,
MANOFACTU11EI18 OK
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-1R0H
-WASE.
WEBftTER'H IILOf'H (UP-STAIKS),
Fbost Street,   ■   New Westminister.
HAVING JUST OPENED IN THE
abovo line, wo respectfully solicits
share of tbo trade, and trust by careful
uttentlon to orders and moderate clinr-jes
to merit tbe same. Experienced workmen; snllsfncllon Biinranteod.
E-dlmatoH furnished for Gnl vim I zed Iron
Cornice, Kortflntr, Plumbing, fliis-flltlng,
Steam and Hot Water Heating, Ao,
__-Entrance to premises on Mary St.,
in rear of Bank of B. C. dwmhOto
HERRING'S
Drug Store!
HAVING DECIDED TO
reduce our immense
stock, in order to make room
for the large quantities of
goods now en route, we have
a Large List of Goods which
will be sold at Greatly Reduced Rates on and after
March ist, 1889. Please call
and get our prices before purchasing elsewhere,
A.M. HERRING.
February 27,188t, ,cJ*dto
TO BE LET.
A FINE DAIRY FARM CONTAINING
lfldnorcH, within In If a mile of this
city, Tbe tenant can bave 11 good mllcb
cows and a lease If required.
Applyto       CHAS. MoDONOUGH,
dwmh. to Front St., Westmlnsiur.
The Steamer Fairy Queen
WILL COMMENCE HER TRIPS TO
tbo North Arm on Monday next,
Hill limt. Thereafter, until further notice,
leaving Austin's wharf on Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, at 8 a.m.,
and returning the same days,
OmhSff M. G. TERHUNE.
Samuel Mellard,
HARDWARE
MERCHANT,
WESTMINSTER STREET,
CENTREVILLE,  B. C.
Dealer In Cutlery, Earthenware,
Books, Stationer*' and Medicines.
Land Agent, Conveyancer, and
Notary Public.
Agent for 'The Columbian."
Post onice Address, Ohlltlwhaok.
wjeHOto
SCIENTIFIC-AMERICAN
Is the oldest and mont popular scientific snd
meohan.cn! pnpor publlihod and liai Hie Inrneit
pjnralKjpn uf nny paper of Its clan In the wurld.
Fully lIltiMiriitmJ. nent eltui of Wood Kw-rar-
InRft. I'uMlsliuil TrGoklr. Sond-for spnctnioi
copy. Prloiitanj-esr. ftrar months'trial, fl.
MUNN A CO,, 1-UBUBHKUS, Ul Umdwar, NX
ARCHITECTS & BUItDERO
Edition of Solentlflo Amcrloan. W
A HTeat succpm. Eaoh Isiae contains colored
mhoitraphlo pint oh of country nml city resiliences or public bullillnitR. Nuiiioroiin cnirrnvlnpi
and full plsnt- and KpooltlcnUonri for the use of
Such at conlemplnto uiill-lln**. Price |>.fi0 a yesr,
icts,aco|iy.     MUNN A CO., 1-liOUBBKUS.
marbosoctir*
eil &y npplr-
ititi to Munn
A Co., who
have bad ovor
have made over
PATENTS
H 40 -/oars- experience and hai-,  .....
__ 100.000 Bppl lent lens fnr Anii-rlcim filitl For.
■ftelKnpatontn. Heiid for Handbook. Corret-
MOdenoe strictly coatldontiai.
TRADE MARKS.
In case yonr irinrk In not rcglntorod la tho Pat-
Et Offloe, apply to MUNN i Co., Ud proom.
mediate protect inn. Bend for lfandhook.
OOPYBIOHTS for books, charts, maps,
Ite., qnlcltli* procured, Addroan
l MUNN de CO., Patent Holloltori,     -*h
^fcflWHuii vmwi m swmwat, it, j,
GREAT SLAUGHTER
—ti-—-
STOVESJJTOVESI
E. S. SCOULLAR & CO.
XTAVE   MADE   SWEEPING   REDUCTIONS   IN   THIS
line to meet the different arrangements now in order,
and now offer the largest stock of HEATING and COOKING
STOVES and RANGES ever imported into the Province,
AT PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH THOSE
THAT WISH TO BUY.
We sell three carloads of Stoves to one sold by any firm in
B. C, which speaks for itself. Intending buyers will consult
their interests by giving us a call. No trouble to show our
goods or quote prices.
E. S. SCOULLAR & CO.
Water St., VANCOUVER.
Columbln St., WESTMINSTER.
dwnolyl
H. T. READ & CO.
(Masonic Block, Columbia Street.)
THE LEADING HARDWARE MERCHANTS
IN NEW WESTMINSTER.
GENERAL HARDWARE, PAINTS AND OILS.
Largest Stock of CROSS-CUT SAWS in the Country.
We keep the finest Stock of BUILDERS' HARDWARE in the province.
SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO OUR LARGE AND
VAII1ED ASSORTMENT OF
PAINTERS' SUPPLIES.
Wo have on hand a largo stock of Slngm-1 if OxWe Fire-proof Paint*
warranted 92 por ct. pure oxide. So high a grade sold by no other house in Uio oity.
•jarliurlnu lhe year lliiil wo liitvo opened wo hnvo materially reduced i lie prices ol
every tiling In our lino, and Impo by strict nl tent lon In bnslnoHS to receive it cimtln-
imiicoof Iho publio pniionago, nuhlwiy
The NEW WESTMINSTER
oundry and Maciii
Front St., New Westminster, B. C.
X&OTBXIX&f X.-A.-OT-, - XXJk-_--____-__t__-,.
2_ZJ_.2HXT_S'_&.<__V\T_.B_iB  OB
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNERY,
AliRICIXTIIRAI. & ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
REPAIRING DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
V. S.—All orders from tho upper country promptly attended to.
dwnotinO
Douglas & Deighton,
MAMFAC1KE3 AHD IMPOIIEnS OF
fll.ES and BRIDLES
•WHIPS,
SADDLEWARE, ETC.
Colonial Block,
Columbia Street,     * New Westminster, B.C.
SEND IN YOUR OltDEIlS.   ALL WORK OF THE BEST MATERIAL ANO
WORKMANSHIP.   PRICES LOW.
noldwly
c. Mcdonough,
(LUNDBOM'S BUILDING, FRONT STBEET)
-_>BJ__Z__S-   I3ST
GENERAL HANOI!
Conutantty on Hand an Kxtonalvo Stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries,   Hoots & Shoes, Hats A Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, &?*
nKBN'a   -de   Bora*    R-axvs.
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Alao,
GIIAIN,  SEEDS, POTATOES,  LIME and   GENERAL STOltES.
fi. II,—Farm Produco bought at market, ralca or aold on commission.   ni).i i 1,-rs
from tbo Interior promptly iiilondcd lo. dwji-'tr
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, Now Westminster.
MANAHAN &~REICHENBACH,
rauccnssons to w. n. townsend)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hams, Bacon, Snusiigo, Bolognns, Etc.
flnolyl
NewStore! NewGoodsl
_r*-r>*vir FtuoiiB
HAVING  REMOVED   TO   MV   OLD
show u lull lino In
Crockery, «-»s»w"r& <*l,m a"'1
Foncy Brlc-a-llrnc,
At prices lower lliou over lieforc.   Call
nml seo thom.
Acholcoloto! 	
FRESH VEGETABLE t. FLOWER SEEDS
Arrived to-day. <■.•»• BOIWOSI.
Folirunry-8,l» ^_.''''c"""
B. E.     __
Land Susvevm.
A, C, GAMBLE.
rlOTARV POBLiq.
mi
WISH TO NOTIFY THE PEOPLE 01'
Now WMlmlnatorinnl vlOlnlty Hint
they have oil bund fur,.prim planting,
3,000
Choice Fruit Trees
Also, ft Largo Stock of
Small Fruits, Plaiitu, 8lir,il»»,&c
All mall orders will rocelvo promptnl-
tonllon.  Addiess,
WALWORTH, 11KWEY * CO.,
Cor. columbln St. 4 Koynl Ave,
■llrtellml Now Wostmlnster, B.C.
Woods, Tubbt ft Bambb
LAND SURVEYORS,
tj tnsuranoei Finanoi:
AND OONVKYANCBKa
__a-33£Ti:B   3TOB
PIUK.-The Weatorn of Toroiilo.Tlio AU-
na, Tbo V.ity ot Linnlini, i:n,l Tlio ll.irt-
ford.
LIFIV-Tbe New York I.Wo Insuvoneo Co.
ACCXDBNT-.TIicTravt'lk'r.'i'ofllnitford
LnmlBurveylMginall Its 1 irnficIipSflO'
curnlcly and promptly carriod mn.
Ulty mid Hiiliurlinii Lnmli for Snle*
Wo can Hlinw a complete IM of desirable
localltlcH,
Fnrmliig l.umli, Improved and mum-
provo i, tbrotiijhout tlio ulairlct.
Mining nml oilier Bloek bought und
sold,
Money to Loan on fim mortgage at
low rates. 	
Tbi.ki'Honk Cam. No. 8H.
P. O. Ukawi _t W.
WOODS, TDKNKIUQAHBLK,
Offioi, Eluid'i Block,   •   Columiia Stiiit
new we8tminstkw.
dmhUto r
BLACK PUP  PETEB,
A Dog1 That Oan Do Almost Any
Thing- But Talk.
Ifo Shakos Paws with Strnngcm, Teoters
to Aihuho HiiiiKoli; Anslsls In tho
Family Worship and Perforins
Many Other Cuto Tricks.
Thero is a vory clover dog In Montpeller,
Vt., belonging to Joseph Almon,and tlie lies-
ton Globe's correspondent wont to seo 1dm
tlio other day.
The dog was ono year old last July, Is a
full-blooded English bull-terrior, weighs
forty-throe pounds, and is as black as a raven's whig, only two small white spots-be-
tween his forward logs and under hi** throat
—breaking'tho jettlness of Ills coat. Tbe
dog was rained by Mr. Almon and tho only
time that has been devctcd tc his education
haa been in tho evening, alter Mr. Alaicn
hna finished his day's una.
Mr. Almon spoke to the ciog, which was
lying apparently asleep, toying in an ordinary tone of voico: '' Peter, 1 want to speak
to you."
The dog at once trotted across tho room,
and standing on his hind legs, turned his
carlo his muster's mouth. The injunction
"Gotake your chairI" was whispered to
him so slow that no ono in tho room could
hoar, but it wan evident that tho dog understood, for ho at once trotted lo a chair and
took a seat.
A see-saw, consisting of a board twelve
foot long, balanced on a fulcrum eighteen
inches high, was then produced, and to a
waltz Peter teetered with as much apparent
enjoyment as any child. A barrel with
straight staves, two feet long, eighteen
inches in diameter, and weighing about
thirty pounds, was next brought out and
placed at ono ond of, tho soe-saw. At tho
word pf command Peter, who bad been sitting
in his" chair calmly contemplating tho proceedings, placedhis fore-paws on tho barrel
uud rolled it up tho inclino until it passed
the center, then carefully hold It whilo it
rolled slowly down tho other side. To indicate the quick intelligence of tho dog it
may be stated that ho had boen given but
two lessons In this trick prior to performing it iu tho presence of tho writer. The
sea-saw was removed and Peter was called
to mount tho barrel. Ho rolled it across
the room and bock again without chauging
bis position, tho latter feat being something
lhat is very seldom dono, even by tho most
thoroughly trained dogs.
His mustor thon said: "Poter, what do
thu boys do to tho girls?"
With what seemed to be almost a mlB-
ciiievous twinkle of tho eyes the dog
walked across tho room on his hind feet,
placed his fore-paws around his master's
neck, and daintily kissed hiin ou ono cheek.
Tho writer was asked to designate which
paw ho would havo tho dog *-shake hands"
Willi, uud ho at onco named the loft. Without tho slightest motion of hand or body
Peter was requested to presont his left paw,
and obeyed with fnr loss hesitation than may
bo soon in tho casca of hundreds of men.
Later, when thero could bo no chance to
think ho would bo influenced by rotation of
nets, ho was suddenly asked to "shako"
with tho right paw, when ho put forth tho
proper forefoot at ouco.
His master put on his wraps and wont
out-doora for a moment, tho dog In tho
mounliino sitting in his chair. Tho moment
that Mr. Almou entered tho door Peter
rushed to meet him, aud without a word
having been said stood upon his hind foet,
took his master's hat from his head, nud
-.'arot'ully carried it to a tabic. Ho then returned and removing tho master's gloves
placed thom with the hat. His maator then
announced that it was time for prayers,
whoreupon Peter devoutly knelt beside a
chair, dropped hia head on his foropaws
across tho scat, and remained in that position until " Amen'' was said.
Culling tho dog up in front of him, Mr.
Almoa said: " Peter, what would you do it"
you wero shot?" As quick as a Hash tho
knowing brute dropped to tho iloor, whoro
ho lay limp and apparently lifeless until informed that his illustration was sufficiently
lucid. Ho thou performed tho difficult feat
of standing perfectly still, orcct on his hind
feet; thon, without putting down his forefeet, ho sottlod to his haunches, roso up
erect, aud sat down again, repeating tho op-
orations soveral times.
His master then, whilo looking away from
Iho object, said: '-Peter, will you bring me
tho whip!" Tho request wns obeyed much
uickor than most childrou would have
obeyed it. Ho porformed many minor
tricks, liko catching a swiftly-thrown ball,
oiling ovor, sneezing, tossing up bread
with his noso aud catching it, jumpuig
through a twelve-inch hoop threo foot from
tho ground, etc. Mr. Altnon is constantly
toachlnt? him now tricks.
It might be suspected thnt tho tricks had
boon performed hi regular ordor so many
limes that tho dog had learned thom iu thai
yvoy, and in fact tho idea ontored tho mind
if tho writer. To dispol that thought, Mr. Al-
lion callpd on Potor to perforin soveral
iricks tho second timo, allowing tho writer
o solect them at random. Thoy wore as
aromptly performed as Iu tho flrst instance,
ind with us littlo hesitation.
Fetor also does his own innrkotiug, taking
. basket to the butcher's, whore ho gets a
jieco of moat, with which ho trots homo,
lover tasting it nor allowing other dogs to
ucddlo with tho parcel. When on such
irrands ho novor yiolds to tho natural bent
['.' all puppios to play with othor dogs on tho
.ay, but as If realising tho responsibility
f hia mission trots along regardless of the
host friendly advances on tho part of dogs
,vllh loss Intellect and poorer training.
Peter is vory fond of pots, a little block
md tan dog nineteen years old, owned in
;ho family, boing an especial favorito. Ho
icems to consider it his special duty to cure
for Tip, as tho littlo old dog is called, and
ho lattor docs not move out doors unless
?otor 13 Ills closo companion, and woo to
my other dog thnt attempts auy unduo fn-
niliarity with his aged friend. Auolhor
tot that ho was much attached to when between six months and ono year old was a
-tile black kitten. Whon told that it was
■imofor him to go to bed inn basket near
oho kitchen stove ho would mako a thorough
Rcareh for Iho kitten, nud having found hor
io would tako kitty carefully in his mouth,
deposit her in tho basket, tako Ids placo
beside her, and then both would sleep con-
-entedly through tho night.
STRANGE:   DELUSIONS.
IllHlit'-rPN of M min inn ill nn In l'eiBOHi Who
Am Olii'iMihc* rt'ifui-tly Siiuc,
Auitr.g lhe liifitunccboffllnjrulnr mencmn-
r.l»8 which I have dl.-.ccverediB that cf ar.
iinjcrtnnt officer of tho State Government
c) New England, writes the New York eerie.-pendent cr the Pittsburgh Pott, His
.-piriul delusion is thnt tho ether members
of the family arc Insano and are plotting to
injure hlm, and that they ought to bo put in
an asylum. Ho is tm ablo and celebrated
lawyer, nnd cenducts enscs with marked of*
fccliveness and success; his briefs ond
arguments show an unusual vigor und con*
tint:ity of thought. Nobody knows of
his mental conditions cutsldc cf 1.1b own
family nnd n fow intimate friends, lo whom
they huvo sold, confidentially: " If'nny cf us
should disappear suddenly, look lor us in an
•asylum,"
Another most curious case is that of a
wealthy bankor ln Now York City who
fancies that lie Is a ripe cherry that the
birds oro oager to pick. Uo tins a terror of
nil fruit-eating birds, and seldom walks or
appears anywhoro In tho opcu air. He
makes Ida trips to and from his bunk In u
carrlago, and kcops tho doors und windows'
always shut tight, lost i> sparrow should
got It) and swallow him. Ho known very
woll thnt tho tirepostorou's belli, would
damago him and probably ruin him if It
wore conorally known that ho harbored it,
ho ho conceals tho coiiBcfouBnoBB of his fenr-
ln! peril from his busiuocs npsochitci* nnd
contents himself with hooping carefully
ont of tho way of birds.
An lntoi-oating society lady of Troy Imagines thut a big Newfoundland dog alwayii
(UTompunlCB her. walks when kIio walks,
stops when she Plops. "I know perfectly
woll that it Is not there," she snys, " but J
always soe it, and that Is what troubles me.
When I goto bod It always lies down upon
my foot.'- '  '
There is ft lady who has been a teacher for
the last twelve yoars in the schools "f New
York (.'ity, and i:i still so employed, who
imagines herself a wheelbarrow. "I know
I am not a wheelbarrow, of courso," she
snys to her physician, Dr. Hammond, "but
that certainly makes no difference with the
appearance and my sensations. When iu
school 1 am always a wheelbarrow, and my
feet aro the handles and iny head is the
wheel, and I seem to be trundling myself
down tbo aisles and through tho halls. It
Is ridiculous and painful and mortify in-.*-,
but, though I know it is tho result of a
nervous disease, I can not shake off the
hallucination."
W. A. Croffnt, a journalist and successful
mesmerist, gives mo tho following opinion:
"Hallucinations aro evidently closely akin
to dreams. lean 1111 any ono of my sensitives full of dolusions in a minute; cun
make him think ho is Washington or Grunt
or Viotoria, a peddler, an opera singer, a
teacher of languages, a rooster or a telegraph polo, and con banish tho delusion in
two seconds. Now, it accms to mo that this
hulIneination Is exactly of the same kind as
hallucination8 of lunatics, or the dreams of
thoso who sleep, tho only dlfloronco being
that the sleeper holds the koy of dreamland
and the tpcratcv holds tho key of tho similar trance -.ailed mesmerism, whilo to the
pcnr.M.cr.l mncc called monomania the
key is test. J havewondoredif it might not
bo (-.CEslble tc i c-ccver tho lost key-to often
waken ihe in&anc from their dream us som-
n&mtulifits and the mesmerized arc wakened,"
SHE  MADE  A  SALE.
The Hook Agonl'tt Triumph Over a Too.-,
iJ(-r«ii.i'>l«HB Mnn.
Sho was a prottv woman, and she bowed
to nio bewitclilngiy nastiocame in, my-, n
writer in Town Topie*. Bho hold up one
tingot1 archly, and ould, impetuously:
" Now, sir, I want you to stop your^ writing and look at my book."    *
Thon she blushed charmingly, as If eni*
bai-rusned at iny look of amazement. Ii '.-•';
"My dear madam,lain busy to-duy, i.-.d
I bog you will excuse me."
Him sat down besido mo and mndo herself
comfortable at once.
" Now, don't let mo hear another word
about that; you aro going to buy a book, of
courso."
" Uut, my dear—"
3ho took iny hands gently but firmly in
bora.
"I know—you oro a busy man—you write
all day nud nro too tired to read—you hardly llud timo to look at tho paper—you—"
" Yes, madam; that's precisely tho caso."
Sho chucked mo deliberately under tho
chin.
' Do you mean to say that you aro going
to refuse mo a miserable littlo dollar for
this beautiful book?:1
I gasped feebly und glared nt my office-
boy.   Ho was evidently interested.   I suid:
"You must bo a successful book-agent;
you have the most fetching quulities 1 havo
ovor Beon.'.'
Rush words 1
Sho roso at onco, and, sitting down upon
tho arm of my chnir, threw ono arm urouud
my neck, and bonding down looked tenderly
into my eyes.
"Now, you know, darling, you arc goinj.;
to do just what I say; you ure going to
buy—"
1 heard my office-boy chuckle lo himself.
I protested,  Isold:
"My dear madam, this Is really— embar-
rassing— do you know—I am a married man
-thut I-"
Sho replied: "Ibave nothing lo do with
that; I um here fcr luisiuess."
1 replied: "That statement is unnecessary; the fact is quite apparent. But I um
really fond of my wife. You've got hold of
tho wrong man,"
Sho seemed a triflo hurt at this, but sho
did not tako her arm from my nock. Bho
remained lu this cciapraininin-.' attitude apparently lost hi thought. I broke into ueoid
sweat.
"I'll tell you what I'll do," s-he snid, suddenly, bringing her face dangerously non r
my.own; "if you'll take a copy of that book
I'll pn mi iso not to kiss you before 1 leave
the office!"
I bought tho book.
WEDDING   PRESENTS.
Nothing Moro Thau n Legalized System
of Levying llluckmiill.
Tho world has hitherto bowed its head to
blackmail for wedding presents, Is it, asks
tho London Standard, a merit in a ma"i tc
woo und win a protty woman? Or 1s it n
merit In n woman to captivate a glided
numbskull, that thoy should immediately
levyljli-clnni.il upon nlr Kicir friends; aye,
and oven their bare acquaintances! Doubtless there is a considerable amount of
shrewdness and perseverance displayed in
tho pursuit; hence it muy bo considered a
highly meritorious action when two youug
peoplo succeed in the endeavor to mako each
other misorablo for lifo. But why should
we, who are not in the smnllost degree
gainers by tho interesting event, open our
sometimes sparsely-lined purses in order to
give either gentleman or his betrothed a
wedding present1 If n man goes up lo the
city daily for the purpose of making money,
tho world says ho is u shrewd fellow, with
no fool's flesh about Mm; uud if by uny
chance lio may mako a lucky coup upon tho
stock exchange, or in whatever business ho
muy devoto his labors to tlio worshio of the
golden calf,Ids friends will oitiier sav he hns
tho luck of Lucifer, or perhaps that ho is u
hard-headed, Bleady worker, and deserves
his coveted prizo. They do not rush off to
Regent street In search of some costly tribute; rather would thoy expect him to benefit tbem In some way in giving a littlo dinner at Richmond or Greenwich. Why tbou
should u man,because his friend writes to bim
Buying: " My darling Chriscnblo has promised to make mo tho happiest of men," immediately begin to rack his brains In order
to discover what he shall buy as a suitable
wedding present! Would it not be far more
sensible, and perhaps moro heartfelt, if In?
wrote to his friend and wished hlm joj of
his groat good luok lu winning the lady oi
his love I Surely thero would be more renl
feeling in such a course than in Uio lin lo
packet whleli is sent straight from the silversmith's, with Tom Smith's or Johu
Jonc.' compliments. At any rato, there
would not bo tho feeling of loss attached lo
tho action which must iu niuny coses render
the announcement of a friend's bliss n subject rather of annoyimco than of gratification. Thero are lew peoplo who uro not
glad to hoar of a friend's projected mar-,
riugo.und perhaps there aro fow also who do
not i'eol tho imposition of tho wadding present businoss,	
A Town Iltiilt on Ico."
Fish City, Mich., Is one of the oddest
towns in the country, having no existence
except in tho winter. It Ib situated on Saginaw bny—not on tho shores, but literally on
tho bay—and Is u collection of boani
shanties built upon the ice. This scaspii,
it. contained 1,000 houses. They nro tlio Imtf,
of tho men who do tho winter fishing for
pike, pickerel, lake trout, and whltollsli, and
as soon as tho ico forms on tho bay thoir
construction Is begun. Tho fishermen live
In thoir huts from tho time thoy aro built
until tho breaking up of tho ice In tho spring
forces thom to como ashore. Thoro ii a
door In each hut, aud In tlio floor a trap door
twenty inches squaro. Whon this Ib raised
a holo tho samo nlzo through the Ice Ib discovered. At tlio aide of this tho flsboi'mai*
alts all dny nnd a great part of tho night
watching for his game, which ho captures
. n doxtorous uso of tho spoar. Prom
1,000,000 to Z,M),tW fish aro caught from tho
jay each winter.
Illontl Will Tell.
Charlie, aged eight, brought homo n
slinking yellow pup, bow-legged, droop*
tig-tnileu nnd shanto-fiiced, Ho cured
or It tendorly, Used udr.v goods box i:i
tliu buck ynr I for n I.unn -1, u,i<I ua envy
pnKKililu omt.-iim exhibited tliu lin ■ (...;il
proitdlv. His -f-U>r I-IIU, u^uii elglu-jui,
asked dim iVi: lumsly :
"Where did you get tlmt dog?"
"I bo'i-jlii hiin from n num lor twenty,
live cei.iH,   wilh llie pride of ownership.
"Metty! lln* itl-'jt ol |my:iiu twenty*
vcu-iilt- for ti.nt hntrid with I
' Clint iVs   eyes   llu-l.ed   Mi-ltj-inuitlv.
He mn i horrid.  Thai shows how tmicli
uir: knoll's. Tliu man told uio ho is a
full* blooded cur."
VANCOUVER CITY
Foundry.MachineWorks
1UIK FHOPttlKTOItB OF THKKK
works havo much pleasure in notify-
In-; tbelr friends and tlio public Unit t bey
aro now prepared to receive and promptly
execute any orders for work in tholr line
with which they may bo favored.
A.lHcKELVIE,
Mechanical Malinger.
Vaucoiivc-r, B.C., 8lh May, 1868.
d winy 18to	
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
V, IIAKF STM'K'!
VICTORIA.
ASKITTB   TOB
North Brlllsli and Mercantile
insurance Co. ror Mainland.
H'. C. BEETON k CO.,
36 F itishury Circus,
Loudon, K. C.
PORT   HAMMOND
NURSERY
Fruit Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits
And GARDEN StfOOK on hand In great
variety,
(everything Urst-clnHu mul furnished In
guild Blillpe. .
ita-Hcnd loots, for valuable80*|iflgP.'I)r-
• (■■■liitlvf CntiUogiu- wltb fi lif-miufill cot-
ui ed plutei-,   Price Llm-. up in five.
G. W. HKNRY.
dwdelBlc Porl Hammond, II. c.
Coal,WoochM
THE UNDERSIGNED   KEEItJ   CON-
stnntly In stock the
BEST WELLINGTON GM
 ALSO	
Wood and Bark,
Which   ho will   soli   at tho LOWEST
HATESuii'l iltlivor l'lomptly.
x__. Orilers loft nt llm-lure, of Mr. Mr-
Coll nud Mr. McDonough will reoolvo
attention.
TEAMS ,011 Hill,!. Slnhlos, minor of
Douglas and Ooluliiliia Streets.
HENRY ELLIOTT.
New Wost, B. C„ Nov. !2, ISSS.    iloo'J II-
i* It1 U
IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A CiOOD
CIGA11, ASK FOR THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
on _, MAINLAND.
t&Thcy are not only made of tho
Choicest Tobacco but they mc of
Home Manufacture, ami ,lioi,M bo
patronized by all good citizens.
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
ItOLlIIlOOK BUILDINO,
COLUMBIA STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
dw!7noly
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PHOVISIONS.
 ALSO—
A WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF
DRYCOODS
AND FURNISHINGS.
AT  THE   LOWEST  PRICES.
MJNDBOHM'S BLOCK,
Ciiluiitlttn Sir..,,       New Wrslinlnstcr.
noldwly
North British nnd
Mercantile
INSURAKE
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
Capital,   •   $14,000,000.00
OF  LONDON.
Capital,    ■    $0,733,000.00
BATES AS   LOW   AN   ANV OTHER,
COSll'ANIES HOlNCI   IH'SIM SS
IN MUTIKH COLUMBIA.
T. &. 0"-*^QT.rr:,u;s
Agont for New \Vcstmin---ei' City
uud District, dje22to
Harrison HotSprings, B.C.
HKAl-TI! AMI PIKASHIK RKS0KT.
htkam.saiIjA now boatron hand
r_\D'F-8   DKIWtmiENT   SEPARATE.
Trrm11 91.00 In 13,00 per itny.
Diilv .•> mites from Atfassin Sliillon, (*. P.
II. l[t'(lti"!<(t it. It. Mil sn-miii.o i rates,
l-'\ciii--inii niton iioml Un 30 day-, frmn
Wi'Hliiilmiiir to AkiimkI-4 Fulton and re-
1 iii*i)- _i. Hntiinlnv exi'iir-dim rate, mini!
until following Monday, _J,M. Comfort*
ablo HIiikch meet all trains. Ticketm can
bo obtained nt It. It. offloe.      da]i2Stc2aw
W-LLeonarfl^Co.
330-M COIIIIOYA STBRKT,
VANCOUVER. B.C.
Importers and Dealers lu
MACHINERY
OP ALL DESCRITIONS.
MARINE WoFrT/i SPECIALTY.
dwdc20tc
TO
AND OTHERS.
Tenders for Steam Service.
rpENDEItW WILT, HE REQIEIVED AT
I the fifllec of tlio iimler-ii-ncd up l<i
■! p.m. on llie. ->;tr-l itayat llan-li for a
Btoainboni st'i'vi. i-l,--iwi-i'iilliecllyof Sew
\V('Kfm)lister iiixl lhe M-ltlcinciit-i on
Nortii Ann of rYii-er river. Servico to bo
perform ed hy » ulennier snlliibln for tlio
triillle,and Imviiij:properiiei'oininoilallon
for pusseniteis anil /rel-jlil, ami capable of
niiiKliir! ill least 7 miles per hour: trips In
begin tit or noar tho month of 'be river,
from tho north and smith side of Hen
Island alternately, re turn I n't tbo name
day, ami allowingpiMBongeiBip'remaln In
the eily at least three hours; sdTVICQ to bo
dally, except Hun-lays and bucIi times na
navigation mny be obstructed, and to
continue forone jear. fr'ni-tlier particulars
on apjillcatioti to the nndc-rsl'-ue'l.
The lowest or nny tender not necessarily
accepted.
Hy Order, ]>, IIOILSON,
City l-lerli-s Oilice, City I'luk.
Wi-stminsli-r, Keli. aj, ISM. fe27div.*lw
BOOK-KEEPING & AUDITING
ON REASONABLE TERMS.   Address
"C," Columbian Offlce,        ddeHte
W. C. LOYE,
Boot mil Shoe Iblnr,
Re-mli-lnff Neatly Done* Cork Bole
Work a Specialty.
WrOrders promptly attended to.
Clarkson St., In rear of Colonlul Hotel, next to Rand Bros.'office,   dnolto
WM. H. VIANEN,
WHOLESALE
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
a*S* Highest Price paid for Furs and
Deer Hides.
Cm-respomlenee lnvltcl. ikfuTeloplione
Call No. B, iljii81o
I.A.McRAE
MERCHANT TAILOR,
IS SELLING AT
Reduced Prices!
TO MAKK ROOM FOE
SPRING STOCK
Opp. Colonial Hotel
Columbia St.,   •   New Wkhtmlnstkh.
Dominion Lands.
ID' YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
rrc-oinptlon or for rent of Mining or
Grazing Land, or buying Farm, Mliilnjj
or any land from the Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY CASH
_iut pay ln Ot
large discount,
Kcrln can be obtained In largo or small
quantities from
ALLOWAY A CHAMPiOH,
BJ__.l_VE__a,
WINNIPEO,   MANITOBA,
OK   FKOM
tm BANK OF UKITISII COlIIlIHI.l,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
tlwmliCIc
Holbrookjstate!
SALE   OF
Valuable Property.
TIMIK FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LOTS
X arooflbrud/orsnle, 1" parlor wltolet
LOT;"., BLOCK 5. Columbia and Front
Mi cuts, tift'il'U, with li si ores thureou.
LOT 2:1, BLOCK 18-M.\M82~ColumbInni.tl
Clarlisousireets.wttli 1 iu 11 d 1 li _ s Ui cfcan.
LOTS 12 A 13, BLOCK li, Mary streot; 2
acres, with   hard  finished   house anil
orchard.
LOT ;1J, GROUP 1, Vancouver road, containing 200 acres,
KU-Tho abovo Properly brings in a rent-
nl of jJ.SiUiiptr month
For farther particulars ami  terms of
sale, apply nt
THOS. OVENS'
Blacksmith A Machine Shop,
Merchant Square
New Westminster, B, C. doc23to
NEW WESTMINSTER
BUILDING SOCIETY.
A   GENERAL   MEETING WILL  BE
held In the COURT HOCSE on
Snturdny the  Kith March*
AT 8 P, M.
Purpose—Drawing for the Ninth Appropriation of 81,000.
Members in arrears nro requested ta pay
all dues ut the Secretary's offlce, Bank
Buildings, Mary slreet, beforo that dato so
as lo lessen tbe Secretary's work on that
evening.
New members will he admitted tothe
Drawing on payment of entrance fee, SI,
ami   four  weeks' sulisorlptlons,   82 per
Byorder,     WALTEII.I. WALKER,
Secretary,
Mtireh Isi. IKSi). dmhltd
seam
BRITISH
COLUMBIAN
STEAM
mmiTUifi
loisieUveMffldiflelffl
OP NEW WKSmiiNWER?
A Thousand Tongues will Answer -.
JAS. ROUSSEAU,
81 Col-___la att-Mt.
OOLUMBIA   STREET,
New Wfstminsler, It. f.
1889.
Harper's   Weekly.
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Saturday, tho Kith Instant, for tbo ereo-
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Lands and Works Department,
Victoria, B. C, 1st March, WW.
iliuh-iul
1889.
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AN ADVERTISING
MEDIUM.
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date, you will get left.
Come at once and get your BOOTS, SHOES, SLIPPERS
GUM BOOTS, OVER-SHOES and RUBBERS from me
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Sole Agent for Sabin's Beeswax Oil Blacking; prevents shoe
from cracking.   Also, Oil Shoe Dressing, equally a blessing.
Niw WBimssTSB, Jin. 15,1989. *t*j« l]r
CASTORIA
fcr Infants w_ OhIMrtn.
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BUTCHER,
nearly Kppo-.lt*- lhe ('oliinliil Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
T
lUK   LARGES'I   AND   CIIOICKST
atiAortini-ut of al) (Icsmiptioas of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Conatflntiy on hand, n:u! slippltcl to Fam
IIEra, Ui'Stiiiii-itta. .ml Stoaiulinatfl al Ihe
LOWEST POSSIBLE 1'IiICKS.
1889.
Harper's   Magazine.
ILLUSTRATED.
Haiu-kk's MaciazinkIh thi' most llfloful,
,-nti-rtnlnlni*, nml bonutlful pi-'lnillciil In
tlio world. AinonKllsntirHcilonn forlliSll
will lion now iinvol-iin Amorlenn utory,
ciiiinoii "'Jupiter Llghts-'-by Constnnce
Ft Woitlsitu: IHnstrnllotiH of Hluilto*
.■■poiire-H Couu'dloa hy K. A. Ahhoy; ii sor-
Ic.'iiif ni-lk-li-Kna Kurislii, lllustrntfil hy T.
(lo'Ihul'itrup; piipiTson tlio Dnmlnlunof
t'uniiitii ami u cliimu'tcrlnllo serial by
clmrlps Huit'i'v Wtirnoi'i llirco "Norwo-
■_;-n Slniiicp," hy 1 .nrnsllorno BJornsoil,
tliiiKtrnti-il; "C'nninioiliis," a hifttnrlonl
pliiy by tho nutliorof •■llen-Hur,'* lllns-
irnirnl by .1. K. Wt'siielln, olo. The Ed*
llorlnl IVpnitmonts arc roniluoteil by
neort-o Vi'llliiim t'urlis, William Doan
Howells, nnd dairies Dmlley Wnrner.
HARPERS "PERIOMOAIiS.
run  ii:*Ki
HAlll'EK'S MAOAZINB 94 00
IIARPER'S WEEKLY 4 00
IIAHPHR'S BAZAR - 4 00
HARPER'S YOUNG PEOi'LK 2 00
l-oitfij-o Freo to nil stil's-i ilu-rn In tlio United
atiitcn, Cfinmln or Mexico.
Tlio rolmnoa or tlio M.i,i>.7.isr. l»-i:ln Willi the
NuiiiWrn for Jiiiio nml Uwcmlttr of t-kcti yenr,
Wln-ii no timo to ■|-orlllcil, KllliKorlptlonB
will lic»ln with Uio munber current nt
timo of receipt of onlor
nmunl votutnes of Haiivkk's MAOAXIin.
fnr three yoars bnck, In noat clotli blml-
Iiik, will bo sent by mnll, postpabl, on ro-
oolpt nf ?8.00 por volume, Clotli Ciiboh, for
blnUlftRtWconlfl each—by mnlLpnutpnlil,
I minx to IUiii'kii'h M-aAtlNl, Aliihnlwlirnl,
Annlyllcnl, nnd Olnwlflod, fcr Voiwihi \ ■» TO,
tni'liitlvo, frmn Juno, 18G0, to Juno, 188,'i, one
ral,, fivo, Oloth, It.
Ili'iiitttnnccii nlionht bo lumln by PiwI-O/IIcq
Monti]- itnb-r or bruit, lo nvoli] rlinnco of torn.
Ni>wn|in*n'rfl are not to copy thli ndTertlfomont
wlthuul tho uprow order of Ilarper A Brothen.
Addren HARPER A BROS.. Kern letk.
Every   Description
EXECUTED IN
FIRST-CLASS STYLE
AT MODERATE RATU.
OUK FACILITIES IN THIS DEPART.
MENT ARE UNSURPASSED
IN THE PROVINCE.
Special Forms Ruled
and Printed.
HAVING A RULING MACHINE ON
THE PREMISES WE ARE ENABLED TO FURNI8H
SPECIAL FORMS
TO ORDER.
ADNTIOXg AKD IlflOf BIIM1S
Hav, recently been made In Hi*
various Departments,
And with oarelul snd efficient wink-nan,
fast stc-sm presses, and flrst-olass mator.
ials, wo osn guarantee satisfaction to al
who favor ns with their orders.
KENNEDY BROS.
hi rrtoPRlKTOH.
BRITISH  COLUMBIA
LAND & IN7ESTMENT ARENCT, M.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S. MASON,
CUYLER A.  HOLLAND,
LAND,   J
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, ■ 56 New Broad St. • LONDON, ENGUKD.
Th.Bmlnmol ALLSOP * MASON has bra
and will be carried on by the Compaajr (rots this
sod Inanranc A«en:y.
HONEY TO LOAN oa UortgH* al Low
Lands for Sal, on easy Urns.
Viotoria a c, Hay WH, UR.
attfti In tko abor. Compear
aa a ;is_al Land Ia**«**a»-»t
.  Tom, Lets mt ftiraak-f
■'in nilT    ',i
W. ELSON,
Merchant Tailor,
PORT MOODY, B. C.
Hr. Elson will be at the Colonial Hotel
the flnt Wednesday ln eaoh month lor
thepn-poaeoftaklngorden.    dwjaz*-c
Wm. A. Daslvood-Jmn
Fruits & TRgetaMes
ALWAYS OH HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
d'-Uto
AUSTIN. NAY MARKET
For Hay, Straw, Wheat, Bran, Shorts,
Oil Cake, to.
AUSTIN'S STORE
For Groosriss, Hardware, Rope, Plat-
lorn, 8oales, Ae.
AUSTIN'S CELLAR
For Choice Potatoes, CuroU, Turnip,,
Onions, Ac
AUSTIN'S 8TABU
For Good Teams and Sober Teamrten.
AUSTIN'S PRINCIPLES I
Squire Dealing end ToUl Abstinence.
 dWMe 	
Hainland Transfer
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed f Sale Stables
DOME ANO SMILE RNS
At Bpeel.1 Low Rate*.
Drtyiif ui ill liadi ot buy
Done at Rhortest Hotloa.
.Ja-nces-lweet dellvend to any part of
the City.
Orders hy Telephon, will receive prompt
attention.
saraublM n..r!yoppo.ll. CPU.Depot, Colum bla St., NewWe.taaln.ter.
•Halite     tMLUY BROS. Pnore.
Feed,LiyeryiSale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Wettmlntter
JOS. M. WISH,
riOOD DRIVIMO * RIDING ROHM
li -O.HI-.. H.i>k.e.llal.llR__.ni
and Trains, gpeol.l aUeaHoa Uvea to
warding Horaw.
COAL IND W00O
Constantly on Hand.
thmS1-
Front-
S^^^B^
Tale Diitrict TU lottos.
for the year IM. Al I ot the al
TM«,eoll«ttlbI. within the
Lytton and Cache Creek IHvIl	
Dlatnet ot Yale, are payable at my
Aiscesid Tan, are coUeotthl. at law
followlni rates, vis.:
It paid on or bsforo Jnne Hth, lsM-
Provlnelal B-venne, M per eaplla.
One-halt of one percent, on real property.
Seven and one-halt eeats par aoraaa
wlH lud.
One-third of on, per cent, onp-nonal
One-balfo'ue percent, on Income.
Ifpald-JlerJnne*r_,K-»-
Two-thtrd. of one per cent, on real
property,
light-and ,
Jght and one-half rat. per em ea
wild Isnd.
One-half of on. per cent on personal
property.
Three-fourths ot one per cent, on la*
come,
WH.DODD,
Ae-eesor aad OoUeetof.
Xjtton, B. c, January, lata
IMPERIAL
I Ouah*u>ti.aalHPaulhu,
LONDON. J
INSTITUTED 1808.
-TWRINSUPJNO HOUSES A OTHER
J Bulldlnis, Good-, Ware*, Merohaa-
mte, MinutWurluf aad Far-tdag Stock.
Ships la Port, Biihor or Detk, aad the
Cargoes ol meh V_.ta|-Jl»,8ai», build.
tag and -.-airing, Berg*, aad otW Va.
sab on navigable riinuiaak, aad
Goods on board sack Voaele, tar-tagaoat
GnetBritabaadlrclaadaadta***retja
Countries,
mi wu •■ uuei n nu.
Bu-Mribsd sad Inrarted CkfiW,
Al.600,000 STG.
Ratea el I*r*-rJam aad arart Uons*.
Um am bs skaslasd m m,* titm t»    ,
W. i. IHBTMN,
Agent for New We,
To Su Fiuuuo, bL,
BY WAY OF THB
X.7C1
THEMT.SHmAROIITL
qCICCTfUl-nMljTa^AgTOTHBB
htUx* ui hi Ann
i last, viae
TT0KBT OS-FtOBfll
Cnr orrici, No, IN Oar. rwt A AMs*
™'®Wtt1g8L'mm
K""V2im. *ri2m*m
J ■7
gattrj gjritteh golyntam
Turn-Jar Cvenlai, March 19, 1889.
ABVEITISIHO RATEI FOB THE BAILY.
Tranilent AaverllBemeBM,-Flr8tlU8er-
tfou 10eta. per line solid nonpareil; eacb
,ij„,e<nient,conseoiitlveinKertfon,!tcts. per
Ine. Advertisements not Inserted every
ia y-flrut lnnertion, 10 otH. per line; subsequent inse>tlo»B, 5 ets. per 1106^-,  --
MainUui AAnriUcawBlfi-FrofeHlon"
,.l or BrisUieBB CartlH-?2 per month. Bp*
clal Tiites for general trade advertlBlng,
according to space occupied ana duration'
uf contract. ..,.'„        .
tu.-Mi-ri Suli-i, when display eti- charged
i> per cent, less tlian transient advts, Ii
Hilld, olii,r-{«iHt regular transient rates.
•*•*■, l;,l n<nl«*<- amoiig reading matter,
in ot*- per line each Insertion. Specials
inserted by ttie month at reduced rates.
BlrtliH.M'irriaKesaiid Deaths, 91 for eacb
Insertion; Funeral Notices tn connection
with deaths, 50 ots. each lUBertlou,
WEEKLV ADVERTISING RATES.
TrttiiHleiitAdTcrtls«menli..-FlTistinBer-
t.on, 10cis. per line solid nonpareil; sub*
■uquent Insertions, 7 ots, per line.
ftiandlnK Ailverllneioenlii.-I'iofesslon-
al or Business Cards-51.50 per month.
Hpecial rates for geneml trade advertising.
Spodli.l Notices,-Births, riarrlages nud
Deaths, same rates us Dally,
• Cnll mn**' ticiiH nietnl.anU rur.la rgi-euU
an extra -lift will he rlinrertl.
WPewtuiy t-eudluj- in BttvertlseuieiitS;
Bhould he t*«iv>fur lo slnto vlii'tbei-tber
aretoitniu'Hfiii tin- Dally Kdillmi,or the
Weeklv.or t„,tli. A lluernl rcliiciioit la
made whon Inserted in both. No advertisement iiif-erled ior less Hum Si-,	
SCTOSCItlBERS
Who do lint r<*oelv,'!lHr paper mriilarly,
from tlio Carrier? or tlirm _li Ho Va*t
Oilice, will confern favor hy r'-ptirilni,' the
Kimio io the offlco of publication nt once,
NEW ADVERTIStv-' CMTS THIS DAY.
Notice...
Notice...
 _. How bottom
...Win.  Roxburgh
Hot Coffee, Beef Tea, etoVy nt. the
"Hor.."     . -        #.;
SWmnn averaged nix, to the boat last
ni^ht.       > .      ,
..For .Sale-—A powerful watch;.do;
Ijj^ply ,,C,''PoLOMBiAH.ofl&e.   -'   *
Freih Eastern and .Nature Oysters, #
■erred in every style, at the Olub. *
Ttie str. Rainbow left for" Victoria
this nioriiinc- with- 20 tons of froiubt
and 10 passengers.
Tlio water dobcnlures bylaw pi)3Sfid
ita first and .second reading nt thu
council meeting last night.
One hundred and seven bales-of
wool wore shipped to Now York yesterday, via 0 P.R.   Value of 'shipment
Green'prtfag,' 12 inches long, of this
year's growth wns cut in an up town
garden yesterday, Not bad for tho
Hth of March.
Every cuii tract for painting executed
under the personal supervision of
Grant & Uugstroin, Clarkson street,
New Westminster. - *
• A iiieetiiii! .f the Y. M. C. A., for1
irfenibers only, will be held nt 8 o'clock
this evening. Mr. N. H. Jacks will
address the meeting.
The attention of parlies requiring
sand-stone for building purposes is directed to the notice of Mr. F. Row-
bottoin, in another column,
The rt-fl*-ctiin from the lias of tho
railroad auups beyond Herring's point
list night,'lighted, up'the heavens, and
the effect as viewed from the city ivna
very pretty.
The barometer registered 29.30 today, tlieloweat in many months. Tins
indicate), a big otonn is lilmVitig somewhere closo at lnti-1, but no nigna of it
wereobs-n'v-ible in tlm vicinity.
A meeting of the cricket club wns
held in the court houso las- night. No
definite action v>:ua taken ami another
mooting will lie hJ^tJort.Mnbtbiy night
for the reos^nniz-ttfo'n o¥tho'<club.
A bylaw will bo- introduced at tho
next meeting nf the council, ptovidulg
f• r the improvement of Fortoacno
Btreet by tho is* fiance of street debentures, according to tha New Westminster Incorporation Act, 1888.
American capitalists are buying up
all tbe suburban aud farming property
they can lay hold of in the vicinity of
Wostm iiist»r. Tlio Y.wkaea are longheaded enough to know a good place
f*rr investment when they fiee it.
The .Westminster foot ball club, lias
sent challengei to the Vancouver,
Victoria and Namiiirto clubs to play
matches at tbe earliest convenient
date. It 13 expected the match with
Vancouver will take place in two
weeka.
A p.irty of TVirt Hanoy peoplo, con-
Bis*in*: of Capt. Caie, Magnus Sinclair.
Mr. Thom-i-i, Geo. Sutherland und
Alex. Spetice, arrived from their up
rive* homo yesterday in the fine lugger
Rose.. The sail down was made iu two
hours; The parly spent tlio night in
tiking in the rights of the city and this
miming left for home again.
In answer to n. telegram' to Mr. Chi-
holm, M.P., nt Ottawa, Mayor Hendry'
ye|terdtyr received a despatch Baying
the clothing for tlm New Westminster
rifles might be expected to arrive shortly,. Mr. Ohiatiolni alao said he was
pressing tho drill shed matter and tho
Appropriation fur the riflo range. It is
probable h; will be successful in both,
applications.
v ' * Vrusonaij.
': Mayor.Hendry wont ovor to Victoria to-day.
-6. p. jtiiyintifi' went over to Van-'
couver tliis nfteiiiooii.       ■,
Aid. Oiiiitiingfiaii) left for the
capital thi-; BfteriJon.ii.
Mr*. Sillit'io vfillbe "At Home" on
Tuesdays, in futtifv, instnnd of
WodbrtVlityfi. ;
Senator Canliolil, Mr. DickinBou
nud Mr. K'ng left..for Vnncouvel* tlii-i
. efternt ui-,,> u r- u!o to Seattle, ^■■r;
Geo. Itobyrtvon and bride urriyed
in tho r.iifj'-y*:it,i:U*y-fnim Katnloops.
Tub Oowt-iman widniB tlie happy
is tuple i*very joy. ;
Miss Major arrived hutno from
the ei&t yc-i-rd-iy and was Honrtily
w.Ico^u.l -biicjk, by unhmber of'/riejidt
*bo ek* niblod at ttWst&i
JlOL
bo-station to meet
tt
Miss Ca'hinWll, iluoj-litcr of Juhti;
l.iii|;lirll, nio ohari,, Kiimluitps, sang
r, -ft CHicevi ci'oii lit tlio University
hall, TmoitCu,- recently; Thy Umpire
SJtys that sho wns greeted witll rnp.
turoiis a^njiiusr, irtitl bet srauoful, pre-
pctnarisiilfti;' HfttiTb, ■ :yith- Iti-r-neclted
Qfifnau-t i*"*v» un J HiislMlig; uCHHineuts,
inuriifiated 6e}r In the' gootl graces of
to jgdtoi'isoft.'irst .aif_it....'Ske sujg
'ijBMt) fV-"1-1 tar'Me-i in every
flower." Miss-Campbell will bo , re-
Ml tmtt>l>f*fc l"W-Ml _f3tof.ii-
ted Wostmineler .andlBnoc,.. gn
-■■•■■       - •      jtitrs'llltfut two
■WMti'-4WMg
STeio Proprielora of Parmelce', Pills nro
constantly rccoivi. letters similar to tlw
l*11i>#ln«i which' et-ihins itselfi.;».
John A; Oesm, Waterloo, Ont., Wfltest
'"I never "lined nny'motUelli. that oan
.a_**l»afniol«o« Pills'for Dys-rsjpsht or
liver and KMney Cofrrplalnts. There-
lief eipMlaHetVI WtJr using tliom wns
.«_*Wratl/t ._ at safe family mediolne
Ps.t.ffl-Jm's.y.w'i'U0 -jt1"" 04aiFl -***** *e»--T-*»-rm
blWrntiw^nttmidi-     .
tmim (Jfj-fer PMc_i^J»rh|,
Tlmt Atf fttt Frnuil.
It is almost too bad tho News-Advertiser did not get the contract for the
Vancouver city printing. If it bad,tho
terminal city would have boon spared
a good atiiountrofbedrnggliiig in the
mud. Tho News-Advertiser reiterates
its charges.again this morning, against
tho World, and calb on Mayor'Oppeu-
heimor and the city' clerk to answer
sumo very solemn questions, and whicli
have n tendency towards inferring that
they too are guilty of fraud. The
Sff.-i man seems auxitiu-i to bring the
niatter into court, and he is likely/ to
havo his wish gratified, aa wO lesin
from ti reliable source that an action for
§10,000 damages will ba entered by
the World.
Deserves tlio Ltiali.
At thu polico court this morning a
man named Chas. Stark was arraigned
on the charge of wantonly and cruelly
encouraging two dogs to light, contrary
to thu form of statute in such eases
made and provided. It appears that
Stark wished to mako the dogs fight,
but had some dilliculty in gutting them
to quarrel. Becoming enraged at their
lack of inclination he brutally kicked
one uf tlie animals and otherwise maltreated it. Capt. Pittendrigh imposed
u tiuo of §10, or iu default UO days in
gaol, It is almost a pity a brute of
this kind Wftfl not punished by imprisonment alone, and without lhe option
of i\ line. The practice of encouraging dogs to light is altogether too common'nmong the gontry of Stark's kidney. A aound application of lhe lash
would be a splendid antidote for such
praotice*; •*"
 _,, _ (-.,.,,—.—
.jr'Mi»ia»rs<|i|^-
- Mr. ,1. Hepburn, whooKns a mining
claim' at Nicola, arrived from San
Francisco on Wednesday morning, and
reports very satisfactory results from
the carload of oro he took to that place
recently. It turned out §lofl iu silver
and §8 m gold to^tho ton,. He wasne-
companied on the return (rip by Mr.
Dowling. of tho Vancouver Sir.eUer
Cj., wlio went to Nicola tu inspect tlie
mines, and wis greatly' surprised at
what he saw. He thinks theie are
great prospects ahead for quartK milling
in'that district.
Wm. Palmer, whoso claim lies in
the samo district, is prospecting with
a very promising lookout for good developments.
The Nicola Mining Co.'s claim is
being steadily developed, and the prospects nt present nre JO percent, better
than nt any time heretofore since being
opened. — Sentinel.
Arrival orilic llntnv.n.
Tbo China ship Batavia, Captain
II ugh W. Aultl, arrived fi'vin tlie Orient
on Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Sho
jeft Hong Kong on the Oth of February and arrived at Nagasaki on the
13th of the same month. Sho smile 1
from Nagasaki on tho 15tli and reached
Kobe on tho 17th. She loft Kobe on
18th mid arrived at Yokohama on the
20th from which port sho sailed for
Vancouver on-21st. .She had an excellent, passage, the winds being moderate and the weather fnir all tho way.
After passing Victoria she met a fog in
tho gulf which delayed her for a short
while. She was heavy laden, the cargo
being 2,000 tons. Bhe had Four European, eight Japanese and three Chi*,
ncse passengers. The list, of .saloon
passengers is aa follows: Miss H. C.
Ihittan, destination Now York; Capt.
A. Ogilvy, destination Liverpool, and
J. 11. Mu.ssell, destination Vancouvor;
all from Yokohama.—NeM-A$wttiier,
V. M. C. A. .Hum lulling.
The meeting at the opera house, in
'the*-■'interest' of tho Y.M.C.A., last
night, was fairly well attended.' The
programme was carried out according
to announcement. In the musical
part, the quartette, nn anthem, by
Mrs. Robson, Mrs. Major, Messrs. De-
Beck and Pearson, was well rendered
and heartily applauded. Mr. (ieorgo
Lyal sang "Nazireth" with perfect
taste and feeling, and the audience
showed their unmistakable appreciation. The solo by Miss Holden, '-Not
a Sparrow Falloth," was very Sweetly
rendered nnd tho singer was loudly encored, a.nd gavo with equal acceptance
"I cannot Sing the Old Songs." The
chairman, Dr. C. E. C. Brown, in a
few appropriate remarks, introduced
the new general et-crcUry, Mr. C. A.
Dnvie, who thanked the asiobiitfnn-for
the honor they had done him in calling
him to be their geneml teoretary. He
considered ita very great honor to b<i
thought worthy to work in the vineyard
of the Lord Jcsub Christ. He had
hesitated beforo leaving Sah Francisco
to occupy this .position. Uo had. to
leave many adv(ihtage3 and iis'uicmtimis
behind, and a larger stlary llmi] ho
was getting here, but when he unlbted
in the army of tho Lord JUsus Chris,
he promised thut he would devote
hia life to His service. Ho hnd accepted tho. call to wink in this field,
nnd would do all in his power, as nu
earnest Christ inn worker for the.yti.ung
men of this city.
Mr; (j. A, Charnock, tho Vaiicmiver
secretary, addressed the audience at
sank length, describing in an interesting nnd,'at ttmrafl, humorous, manner
the workings of a model Y. M. C. A.
iirstitotidti, bs fonnd in almost nny
American oity of any pretensions. Tho
work of the Y. M. 0. A; waafouV*fjild,
tno Bpcnker'ahowod, in that it aimed
nt tbo physical, intellectual, social,
and spiritual good.of youpg men, Mr.
Charnock closed Jiy exorting the young
men of the association to rely upon the
promises of scripture, which wero just
ns sure as thoy were, hundreds of years
ago.
Mr.'F, W. Teague, Victoria secretary, gave an interesting, amusing, and
instructive description of the gymnasium department in' connection with
properly organized Y.M.C.A. institution*." He Sieved'in the gymnasium, and in the development of tlio
physical, as well ns tho intellectual,
social, and'spiritual nature of mari.
It was thrpugl) thagyinnaaium that thu
speaker had become interested in
Y.M.C.A. work, nnd finally saved.
Mr. Teagutf concluded by showing thut
tho association commended Uflclf to
all clussea;.     ,     . ,
Mr.JSoel H. Jack*, travelling secretary for tho Pacific coast,, made thn
last address of the evening, which consisted principally in urging tho claims
of tho Y.M.C.A. in this city' to financial assistance. At the close of hirf
address .500 was subscribed by a number of those present Tho meeting
closed with a hymn and tho bencdie-
tlwo. 1        .   ■»   .
One trial of Mother Craves' Worm Ex.
Wrminntor will convince you that It haa
no equal as a worm medicine. Bny, a
bottlo, and seo if It does please yon.
THE SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
imitirffimt lalervlcvt   with  .Ur. thru,
King, «ieaeral Manager et ibe
N.W.ak.ii. Itnllwny.
Tiic Building of PusM-iiK'-i' t'oauUes nud
*'ar» to Kealn al IIiiit.™Xo K\-
lensinu to Vnucuiivt-r.
Railroad matters being all the rage
-to-day, a Columbian representative interviewed Mr. King, the goneral manager of the New Westiuinster and Bellingham Bay Rail wny, concerning tho
intentions of the company. Mr. King
had very few minutes to spare and tho
ecribe had to gain the informa ion very
quickly.
"What about the report that the
line will run to Vancouver?"
Mr. King: "lean seo no possible
object in extending tho lino in that
direction. New Westminster is tho
is thu best fresh water terminus on the
coast and as suoh meets our objects.
I beUeve'it is worth §1,000 to an iron
vessel to lio in fresh wator for a time,
and that will bo some inducement to
vessol owners. We haven't even considered tho possibility of extending
our line to Vancouver, and I can't ace
what we would benefit by so doing.
Were we to build to Vancouver we
would simply be acting ns n feeder for
tho O.P.R., and as that corporation is
not particularly friendly to us wo do
not cnre to gorge them with our food.
No! tho people of Westmin-ter havo
given us satisfactory inducements, and
wp huvo como to stay."
"What arrangements have you m ide
about your rolling  stock?"
Mr. King: We propose to build our
rolling stook in Westminster and wo
will begin aa booh as tho negotiations
concerning tho Lulu island reserve aro
settled. WS will build at our shops
hero this summer the following rolling
stock: *1 first-class passenger coaches,
■i second-class coaches, li combination
mail, baggage and express cars, 50 flat
oars, 40 box cars aud 0 atook cars.
Wo may alao build a number of ceil
cars, but that depends on the development of certain mines the company h
nnw negotiating fur. Our trucks and
fittings will be pUrchascd in tho East
but all work will be put together in
our Weatmiiioler shops. As motive
power wo will start with four consolidated engine*?, which ureas fine ns any
made. Our equipment will be in
every way first*clus3."
"When will the shops he commenced".
Mr. King: "Wo expect to commence
work ou the temporary shops very
noon, but 1 will be ublo to speak moro
definitely on this subject when the arrangements anent the Lulu Island reserve nro completed. The bridge connecting tho city with tho island will
also be commenced the moment this
niatter is settled."
"What instructions havo you given
about grading"?
"Mr, King: 1 liavo given orders
that grading between Browmvillu and
the bouflaary be proceeded with U3
actively -as possible, and Mr. Leamy
has already got to work".
"Tlioiuulruct fur grading the line
from Whatcom north to the boundary
has not yet been let;, but I expect to
close the contract for this i-cctiou in
about 10 days."
Tho impression that the Northern
Pacific Huilway has secured a controlling Interoit iu the Southern Railway
is hardly cornet. The company's bonds
have been purchased by a syndicate of
New York capitalists, who, however,
are quite as ablo to build and operate
tho road as is the Norton) Pacific Railway, Ou the other baud, it is not denied that soms members uf this syndicate have a loicu in Northern Pacific
affairs, but to what extent this.affects
the Southern Railway has not transpired. As ttio matter now stands Ihe
public can rest satisfied that tho future
of the Southern Railway is in good
hands, and that the interests of Westminster are not likely to suffer under
tho uew and moro progressive management.
City council.
The oity council met at 8 o'clock last
niglit for the transaction of business.
Present, Aldermen Curtis, Scoullar,
Ewen, McPhaden, Jaques, Cunningham, Townsend und Calbick.
His Worship Mayor Hendry iu the
chair.
COMMUNICATIONS.
From Sydney Jns. Pearce, chief of
police, asking tho council to procure
for thu uso of tho police ti copy of the
Revised Statues of B. C. nud a "police
manual"; nlaondvisiug ihatft telephuuu
bo placed in thn lock-up.
Referred io tho polico committee
with power to net.
From O. D. Sweot, C. M.C. or
Richmond, informing tho counoil thst
thu application pf tho city of New
Westminster to the chief commissfoner
of land i and works, re the grant of tlio
reserve nu the eastern end of Lulu
Island, had been approved by the
Richmond council.
On motion, the clork was instructed
to acknowledge! thia letter.
Fiom W. Norman Bole, asking for
u settlement of his account.
I'el'err,-d to the titniKo   committee.
Fiuin T. S. Higgiusou, asking for
grade or street opposite lot 5 ProvoBt
street.
Referred to tho hoard of works with
power to net.
From Geo. Turner, asking permission to lay building material tm It'iynl
Avenue.
Referred to tho board uf works.
From D. McDonald, asking permission to lay building material on Co-
lunbia street and to remivo thu sidewalk tern pons rily.
Referred tn tho board of works.
A petition was read from tho property owners of Forte scuo Btreet, asking that thut Btrout Im opened from
Richard street to tho Norlh Arm road,
by the isBUunco of street debentures
under section 391 of the municipality
act.    Received.
Aid. Curtis asked if tho committee
had managod to arrange tho matters
in dispute between the now and old
fuo companies.
Aid. Ewen said ho had been too busy
to attend to the matter.- Itwould be
rather difficult to arrange tho affair.
Aid. Townsend thought no time
should be lost in investigating the .matter. '
Tho water works debenture by-law
was rend a lirst and aecond timo.
The salaries by*li*,w was laid over for
another week.
accounth,
Tho following wero ordered paid:
Z.S. Hall, 811.75; John Wise, .75;
Gas Co. §205.75; Jus, Cunningham,
§20.00.
liEPonm
Tho park committee reported that
work hnd commenced on tho park im*
provementa, and that 25 men and a
team of horses were mi lhe work.
Aid. Curtis thought that tho work
might bo done by contract.
Aid. Cunningham said it was almost
necessary to do the preliminary improvements hy day work, and he considered tho system adopted by the
committoe oa the most economical.
It was impossible to got up specifications of tho work, as the exact nature
of what is to be dono is scarcely known
yot.
Moved by Aid. Jaques, seconded by
Aid, McPhaden that the finance committee be authorized to ascertain tho
cost of a portion of lot 3 in block 8,
und of lot lin block 23 sufficient to
widen Fortescuo street to its proper
width.    Carried.
Moved by Aid. Curtis, seconded by
Aid. Ewen, that iho board of works be
authorized to have Front streot between the woolen mills and Sapperton
repaired.   Carried.
On motion Aid. Reid was allowed
cno month's leave of absence-
Aid. Jaques gave notice of motion
that ut the next meeting of the counoil
ho would introduce u by-law for the
grading of Fortescuo streot according
to section 191 of the New Westminster
Act, 1888. "
The council then udjouned.
A peculiarity of a colored family
in Amcricus, Gft,, is that eight of
tho children have abovo tha forehead a patch, about three inches
square, of white hair.
Hard and soft corns cannot withstand
Holbway's Com Cure; it is effectual
every time. Cot a bottlo at once and be
htpi-y*	
B. V. Pi-oviuci.tl Exposition
Hiibsn-ipHoii I'uiMl.
Por tho purpoto of raising a fund to
contributo towards tlio patriotic nud
worthy object of making the next annual provincial fair, to '■■ held iu this
city, u grand and unprecedented success,
thb underskncd.agrco to contributo tho
sums opposite their respective names (lo
be pain into Ijo association or ti trustees
competent to rae; '.\-e the samo, on or bo-
l'oro 0 montli** fi-ui the date of the last
provincial oxlubition, and to bo applied
to preparing exhibition grounds uud
buildings In tlio city, foi- iucteoslng the
amount ofi'eu-d !,i prizes, and for furthering the exhibition in oilier \vayt,):
Tub Coi.DMniA i sioo oo
Hhiirp'-v IMiie.-, isuliilsliiad  10 00
L P KcU-l-in  10 00
G D llrvnin?!- *  10 00
I. W  Arm-;trolls.  10 00
F It Glovw-  10 00
WallterA- k had well  10 00
Claud Ham her..-  10 00
l'ft«r(,riint  10 00
George Turner  10 00
WJ Armslrang  WOO
A J  Hill  10 00
Cnpt A   Uiani  10 00
J ft  Mncdonoll  10 00
W O Love  10 00
P HHodt'-tti  10 00
KO Hlrli-lttnii.1  Hi 00
Gilley Urns.    20 00
ft H Wu-hb  25 00
T Ciin.ihiKhum  M 00
IlHitliT.*..!i Hr.i.».Clil]1i.vlui'.-k  10 00
A Jt Wintemute  10 OJ
PerEx-Mimir IH.khiMiu  212 K!
Annit* M .lui|U,*s  10 1*0
Stewait A fash  2-'i 00
Jas Cunningham  60 00
(limit A  MiiL'.Mroin  20 00
.1 WS.-ssiniih  JiOOO
Rev J II White  10 60
Next!
!Hi-lCAriilo*tl«al Ki-imri for W-tI. nitidis
Marcli Dili, lasn.
MAX.   VIN.   KA1N.
Rllioliiy 60.1)      :.lo
Mondny 60.0     .11.0
Tuestlay 60.0     9X0
Wednesday 60.0     0.1.0
Thursday eon     :IO.O
Friday m.O     :tn.O
Saturday 53.0     :S.O    0.17
Clear; swallows; fro-*-;; mild.
A. l'l i i.i:,i"ai>l'u.
TThon B»_y wm slok, we rsto her Ciitorta,
Whoa aha wa- a Child, she cried for Caotorto,
When she became illsj, sho clang t_ Caatorls,
Whsa ths had Children, iUe g»*_ them Cutoria
T1APT18T church. A',fnes Street,
Jj East of Miny Bhrcf. Lord's Day
Services afcll a; ui. end 7 p. m. Sabbatli
School PiKlRiii-e Cuss :' 2: 1 n. in. All
Bc:.t'if;ce* fcli-iiii'Pi-!- cordially we'eomfd.
—Rev. Thos. Uultiwin, pastor.
METHODIST OnilRGH, Mai v
SU-cct Itov. i. 11. V/bUe, Pu'Hor.
'ices ut 11 p.m. r -<i7ii.ii*-. Sunday
School ami !)■ 'o C'im 2:' 3 p. m. Prayer
Mceiliv-I o'i Tilt!-'. '.\vi i't 7.-:)n.m. Seals
tree; Btransora cordially ilvltad,
PAUli'R rn.**-•--, loti.)-Street,
. 0,>i)o*..leO. iselTnll. (lev,-Thomas
jrimltiQ,*-, P.i'.i;-. t-Jorvii s t-vt y ftav.u. y
at 11 a. io, nnd 7 n. in, Thur *1 yeveu I'i--
at7; 1 o't'ock. hei.s f.-cej all are i-ordl-
a'ly iuvilcd, Suml.iy hchoo! otSiCOp. in,
ST.
_  o
pHWabU OP_rBKGLA.Np. .
HOLY
TttlNITY CIIUIU.'H; lloetor, Tlie
.... AiTlnlc nm Wi ---, f.. JIAIIYV-J
OllUltl'H: Uei-Kir.Tlifll'Mhop. Sai'Viocs
in libtli efiilrolies tvery dan. All ir.ils
ii'oe. [Jotli churclit'supcn nil tl. y for private prnycri
CtALKnOKIA A fcijp. /ISUltBU-S
J SJClBTVa-Tin* K:*ul:ii-iureMn::-<.f
thi-- Awi'.fiiiii-n nroh Idontliolust'Jii s-
tlnyofcai'li in.iii'li.ul pc'eotjlt p.in'. '.II
Mi'i-hriniHiii !• re 1'ivli -It nt eirl. -J us-
BoiR,See,
WC:   I*    (    -i         ;  |   \        ,   ■.   I'.".:
.   ovoiy Wc   '     ■ v v ■■..'■ m .-.- ;i
o'fcloH; al ll.o V," CT. .'.!'-■; nm on,
nou_i. ■■ 11, r/i.vi i     '"-i . i . in -■ mc
plnnocvp . V Pi   -••  '..-■ lis .1,1.
)&1
IIOAUO Off
1 ■ \   r.
U_aitl   Houm,
b Oildfellmn
Counoil mcnlso
11:.mt   i
Otilt,    Up-filAll-S,
and ill nd Wcrl-
nc iii vino   im
•i. :*. Gui.rlerly
mcc insson tbo
. May., Aug.,
anil Nov., nt 7;
I p. in.
:.< V   tlllMllliei'M
mi'y 1 _ i)i'<ii'U'.i'-
nod rl".
latnnyt.uar-
teriy inootlnfj.-*
). Rofcso
:, Sre.
g^EGs
A Pleasing Sense of Health
and Strength Renewed, and
of Ease and Comfort
Pollowa tho uso of Syrup of Figs, aa li
acts gently on tho
Kidneys, Livee @ Bowels
Effectually Cleansing tho System wrhen
Coauvo or Bilious, Dispelling.
Colds, Headaches and Fevers
and permanently curing
HABTPITAL CONSTIPATION
without weakening or irritating tho or-
Con which it acts,
■ale in 70c bottles by nil Leading
DrugglBtSt
MANWAWUIliiU OM.V BT THH
0ALUOB5IA na 8IBUF 00
___ Sis V-UHH.CO, Ct,.,
-»"*«Trr_,KT., MsvrYoKiJt.tr
aiTOTICB.
ANV PARTIES WISHING!
SAND - STONE
From Nnnaimo Quarry.
Can get the name by applying to
F. ROWBOTTOM,
wiuhl3tn3 Nanaimo.
3JTOTIOB.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY «lves
L notico thut he has sold to Mrs. C'lura
1 toss all his right, tltlo and Interest In and
to tho premises known us the St, Leonard's Hotel, Bituate on Semlnhmoo Hay.
Mrs. Ross undertakes to ho rcspoiislhlo
for all delita and will collect all accounts
due to said Hotel, i
Dated at New Westminster this lltli day
ot March, 1880.
wmhlSmt WM. ROXBURGH.
To Contractors!
rpENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
.L the undersigned until noon on Thursday the ZlBt lust., for tho erection of a
TWO-STOREY RESIDENCE
On Clinton Street. Plans nnd specillca-
lionsutmyollltie.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
G. W. ORANT,
Arch It eet.
New West., March 11,1S80.        dmhlltd
HSrCTIOEl-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Slxly days after data I hitflml lo
mako application to the Chief commissioner of Lauds nnd Works for u grant of
a small island iiunnt. two mllco north-
enst (rom lhe Point AfiiiiKonL'-jh'-lioutP,
rlgbl abrousb or fi,onlln_ oiT Ne'..oil's
claim, said Isluml containing nhojt -i
ncrcH, more or leas.
JOHN OANESSA,
Per his A'jent, H, V, Edsio-jus.
New Wcsl., J .■ -.i. ad, l£S0.       dj.iT_ ml
AM> SKLF.1T !ti;il>l\i;*>
WILL BE GIVEN AT OLIVET BAPTIST CHUROH, on
Wednesday Ev'g,l3th inst*
The programme embraces the names of
several of Iho City's most talented Perform t>ra and the si'h-ctloiis will he found
of more than usual intorest.
Doors open nt7:if(l; concert to commenco
nt 8 o'clock.
AitmU-tluu, SOctnls] Children under 12,
25 cents.
Tickets nt tho stores of Messis. Lyal,
Curtis and M.Sinclair nnd atthe do-, r.
dmhllta
ff.JWALKER&CO.
BANK BUILDINGS,
Mary Street, New Westminster, B.C.
14 CLARE ROAD, HALIFAX, ENGLAND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS,
I.on-lo*. and Lancashire Ftr. end
British Kmplr. Life Insnranee
Companies.
New Westminster Building Society.
Accountant', OIUoo, Diocese of N.W.
City Auditor., 1880, 1887 and 1888.
ADVISE CLIENTS  IN THE BUYING
AND SELLING OP B.EAL PROPERTY IN THE OITY AND DISTRIOT,
ami ot her monetary transact Ion..
Havo several cooil investments on tholr
hooks, and all now comers -rill do woll to
call before doing businesa elsewhere,
d'wsdely
Time TabBe!
_.%_.___ THE STEAMER
__i_SR0BERT DUNSMUIR
LEAVES WESTMINSTER for NAN AI-
ino directevevy Wcdii.-ilii.v ul 7 a.m.
Loaves Nanaimo for Ciimox every Thurs-
duvnlTn.m.   Returns to Nmiiilino on
l-ridny.
Leaves Nunuliuo for M'cslmlnster every
Saturday at? u. in,
T EAVES WESTMIN.STEKforNANAI-
U  inoBverysuiidiiyiitTu. m.,touch.m;
ut Viint'ouver nntl all Int'-Tiiicdlalo polls.
Returns to Westminster Monday.
ForFrelaht nml Pasnonger Rates apply
toT, L. IUtK'GStAi!i>iit C. P. N. Co., or to
the Purser on hoard
dmhlte WM. POGEKH, Master.
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TO THE CITIZENS  OF
New Westminster City and District.
WE HAVE THIS DAY DISPOSED OF OUR ENTIRE
Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, &c.,to Messrs. OGLK,
Campbell & Freeman, who will henceforth carry on the business.
For the support while the business has been conducted by
us, we tender our warmest thanks and trust it may be continued
to our successors.   We are
Yours Faithfully,
D. DRYSDALE & CO.
AS STATED ABOVE, THE BUSINESS OF  MESSRS.
D. Drvsdale & Co. has been purchased this day by us
and will be carried on henceforth by us under the style of
©gSe- Campbell _, Freeman.
Wc hope by strict attention lo business to merit a continuance of the support so long accorded our predecessors.
Yours Faithfully,
OGLE, CAMPBELL fit FREEMAN.
New Wustjiissihii, March 0, 1880. Jwto
Igle, Campbell & Co.
JUST RECEIVED, Boys', Youth's and
Men's
CLOTHING
In latest styles. A full line of SPRING
OVERCOATS, and the nobbiest line of
HATS in the city; new styles in the "Gra-
mercy."
Novelties in NECKWEAR & SHIRTS
COLUMBIA STBEET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
die
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
•DXI-A-XBra   XCT
Choice Family^ Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
XjaT-.raca.or __errln_-s,
l^Eaolcerel, Salt Cod,
__rmo-u.r's "CTnc. Hams,
Aimoui's TJnc. Bacon.
Flo-ax. Bran. Snorts,
STUIGHE8T PKIOES PAID FOB FARM PRODUCE.
nou-nr Booullar-Armstrong Blook, Columbia tt:
-OF-
W__ _____ _» J_ -___■* 9
iter Jackets k lantles
m«l ]?*mr jr. _r tt ws
Wool   Ooods
-AND-
-TO BE SOLD AT-
Actual COST PRICE
POR     CASH
TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW STOOK
JAMES ELLARD & CO.
LOOSTDOISr  HOTJSB.
dwootatc
F. CRAKE~
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE DANK OF MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWglii, PLATED fim, &C.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
' A full line of SnetftuclCS & Eyc>filnssca in stoel, rubber, silver and gold
frames.   The fine.rt Pebbles matlo- 8-J per pair; all sights suited.
Special attention giveu to FINE WATCH REPAIRS. Having *,oarpod Uio
business thoroughly from some of the finest Horologcrs in England, and sin-ju Ui'aii
managed the watch-repairing departments of a few of tho best finna on the conti.
uant of America, is a suilloient guarantee of good workmauDhlp. Formerly manager for nearly 8 yeara of the well-known firm of Savago k Lyman, Montreal.
i'li.ii'Kcs moderate,
Montreal, Dec., 1887.-—Mr. F. Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Esq., Clmirman ol
Montreal Harbor CommiBsioners, says: "I never found a Watchmaker -..lio did so
well for me as you did when in Montreal, and I am sorry you are uot hero to-day."
dwupUto
D. S. CURTIS I CO.
AQENTS B. LAU RANGE'S SPEOTAOLES.
Wholesale and Retail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
SEEDS, SEEDS!
At Central Grocery.
JUST RECEIVED-A LARGE CONSIGNMENT OF
Ferry's Garden and Field Seeds, which arc guaranteed
fresh and good. So don't send to the United States and other
places for small lots, when you can get them as good and cheap
at  . *__ars3aall Sinclair's,
COLUMIIIA ST11EKT.
W. _ B, WOLFENDEN,
—DIRECT IMPORT1SIIS OF-
XXIOrX3[-OX_^.lS(S3
DryGooris Groceries!
JUST  RECEIVED,   EX  "VIOLA,"  A   LARGE   CON-
signment of
Crosse & Blackweil'u Table Delicacies, Minco
Meat, Plum Puddings, Christmas Fruits,
Soups, Potted and Devilled Meats, Sardines,
Anohovy and Bloater Pastes, Calves' Foot
Jellies, Almonds, Figs, Marmalade, Cheese,
Pickles, Sauces, Malt, Crystal and White
Wine Vinegar, etc., etc.
CORNER COLUMBIA AHD MARY STREETS.
BON MARCHt
Walker A Shadwell
HAVE REMOVED TO THE
HAMLEY BLOCK,
Opposite Colonial Hotel.
(WSMHo

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