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 OHf-ernment Printit.
VOLUME l
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. 0., TUESDAY EVENING, MAROH 19, 1889.
NUMBER 67
JOSEPH K. GUVNOR, B.A.,l.L.n.
GOLD MEDALIST ol tlio UnlversIU or
Dublin. 1IA.BBISTER-AT LAW of
tlio High Cniirt of Justine, Ireland. olllceB,
Cornor McKenvila A Olarkson Sts., New
Westminster. dwfeattc
pOllIIOl Lll, -IrCOI.L A JESS'S,
BARRISTERS,
SUI.IUITOBS, ETO.
Offloes. Masonic Etlllillngs, Now Westmlu-
ster, nml Vancouvor, H. C.     Jyaidwto
T.
C. ATKISSOM,
BARRISTER, SOUCITOI*., Ac.
OFrioKS-Masonio tin tiding,
dwfEildtc Now Westminster- B. C.
W
K Oil .11 AN HULK.   _. C,
HAltlUSTEK-AT-LAW.
Land Ageni, Mouoy lo Loan
Cliirkson Slreet,
Hfi2tc Ne.-* Weitminster, 11. C.
0'
ILO'.V   & MACl.inK,
ARCHITECTS.
OKPiCK-RoomE,
OvorBnultof B.C.,
dauSlto
Columbia Street.
ft  W, GRANT,
ARCHITECT'
OiTpiOR-Coriior Mary and Clarkson Sts.
dwfe25to    _________
VKTlhtilAia. a. KING,
ARCHITEOT,
BUriiDING A LAND SURVEYOR,
SANITARY ENGINEER.
Offiob—New Masonlo Bloek,
dnplStn Wostmlnster.
MA
fALLAtfDAISG &. SAX SO.-!,
ARCHITECTS,
Innea Block,       •       *       HastlngsSt,
VAXCOUVER, B, 0.
datiSOto 	
A. v. cotton
T\OMINZON AND PROVINCIAL LAND
IJ SURVEYOR. Offloe! 'Room D, Bank
of B. C. bullUlUA Westminster, H. 0.
U. II.'VILl,
LAND SURVEYOR AND REAL ESTATE AGENT. Offlco-Cornor of
Mary A Clarkson Sts., Now Westminster,
B. C. dwmhOto
U. inrvftSnttwit,
REAL ESTATE BROKER nud County
Court Agent. Commissioner, Notary
Public, An. Routs collected. 'Ullloe—Mo-
Kcnt-Ie stroot, New Westminster, B. c.
ALII UUT J. IIII.L-
M. Can. Soc. C E.
CIVIL ENGINEER,
LAND SURVEYOR nud
DRAUGHTSMAN.
OFFiOE-New Msuonla Block,
diuhl5to New WeBtmlnster.
rn .1 Til API**
'auctioneer and appraiser,
Columbia Street New Westminster
All commissions will receive prompt
nud careful attention. Best rofereuccs
Vl ven when require-). ittlU3*tc
W. BREDEMEYER, DU, PH.
(Lato partner of John McVickor)
MINING ENGINEER, U.S. A PROVINCIAL SURVEYOR. & AS3AYEK.
Masonio Tesu-lr Block-, Vancouvkii,
Brit. Col.
wrRellablb report-*, underground surveys and maps of mlnos oxouutod at ion
rales. Assays inntle on nltltludaof minerals, gold ami silver lull's.  Tltirly.ver.rs'
experience lu mining In Asia, Europe
nnd United States of America.  Speaks
ten lancuiigos.   Assays from u liblunoe
promptly attended to.    Address Vancouver, &0. ddel7te
""RAND BROS.
R'
B&l. ESTATE BIIOICICIIS,
Conveyancer'., Collect or*,
And tusitrauce AfjeiUS,
Offlcosat
NEW WESTMINSTER:  Corner
MoKcui-ie uud Olnrkbou Sts.
VANCOUVER, Cordova Street.
LONDON, England,
BUILDING LOTS for salo In all sections
of Vancouver and Now Westminster City,
FARM LANDS of superior quality for
■ale   at  Cliilliwtiuck,   Port   limnmoml,
1-tingley, Matsqulj Sumas, Mnd llay.Lud-
n-.ir's landing, Lulu Islnnd, Nortii Arm
I i.inlPltL River.
Maps nnd Plum* exhibited and the full-
-fit Information furnlstiedutallourolBees,
feaitn
MAJOR & PEARSON
Renl Estate Brokers nnd
Financial Agents.
AGENTS FOR
Confederation Ltf** Association of
Toronto,
Uoyal nml Lane*thi re Flr« Insnrance Companies,
A9.VHlni.lilo Lots for salo in the Cily
uiidDlHirlct of Westminster} uud choice
Lots In tlio City of Vancouvor.
Persons wishing to buy or soil city or
rural proporty should commnnlcato wlili
us.
Offlcesi Bunk of B.C. building, opposite
postofflce, W'ustmPistortiinil HnstlUgsSt.,
Vnnoouver. dwnpllllc
J. W. WINGER,
DKAI.KIl IN
HARD _ 80FT WOOD
BAYINO AND TEAMING: DONE AT
short nollco nt reasonalile terms,  f 15
D
x-A.mx__xoxitJ__Jsiyc.Ta.
DRESSMAKING
At MISS  JENNIES',
(Lath op England)
Corner of Church nnd Columbia Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
e_-Satlsfflcilon ftruarnnteod.    dwfo7to
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B. C
tr Hntisfnotloo uuiimiiteoil.      ilaiilsto
Before Von Pnlut or Paper
Vonr Houses,
'IRT 1'MCtCH FllOM THICSKII.l.Bl)
jPAINTERSj
6RANT&HA6STR0M,
OI.ABKHON ST., N. W.
ralnllng, flrnlnlng. tHiilnliig, Paper
nit-King, Sign Pilntlng, to.
sarAU work gunranteea not to frnlo.
dmlil)>l
TRAPP&CO.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds of the best makes; CrOSS-CUt & If ami-Saws,
ItnrbeU Wire for Fencing, and all tho neceaaary lltcnslls for Farmlnffl
I'ullcv Blocks, Snatch Blocks, Rope & Chain in all sizes; Pitch,
Tar & Oakum; Tarred and plain Pai>cr fcr Building) Paints & Oils
inall colors; Liquid Paints in oil shades; Floor Paints ready touse; Grind
Stfllll'SI Wall Paper if all designs; Itl'OOIHS & Hl'lislics for'all purposes;
Lubricating Oils; Traps of all description?, and a general assortment of
Agricultural Implements,
tr Special attention giveu to orders by mail.
or. j. t*r___s_3 so co.,
dwjlySto Colum hia Stubet, New Westminster,
New   Ooods!
GRANT & MACLURE'S
PANTS TO ORDER
ae.oo
j. s. manson,
Merchant Tailor
Marshall Sinclair's Old Stand,
COLUMBIA ST. NEW WESTMINSTER.
noldlv
Attention
GLOBE HOUSE.
E ARE NOW OFFERING OUR ENTIRE STOCK
of
Dr; Goods et Bed-rock Prices!
to make room for SPRING GOODS.   Call early and secure
-B^.-"=5C3-_^.I_TS.
MRS. WM. RAE.
ND BROS.
Rgaj Estate,
moe and Financi
.&_.Gr:Esmsi?Bim
OFFIOSS :
NEW WESTMINSTER, Tm^S^T
VANOOUVER, C0RANBEBRoTOTo5?0^Tr
-AND-
ANDERSON BLOCK,
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON,   ENG. .07 CANNON ST.
Farming Lands^Town Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
Business Property.
Lot facing on Columbia und Front Sts.,
in central portion of tho city; several
buildings bring good rcnt-_*J'-\000-00.
Lot 4, Block 7, near Lytton Square,
05x132 feet, fronting ou Columbia nnd
Front Sts.-fJO.OOO.OO.
Corner Lot on Columbia St., .33x00 feet—
54,000.00.
Also—Lot. nml Building with Btook of
Goods, ono of tlio best business stands
in tho city.
ImprovedResidential Property
Lot 15, Blook 13; two houses routed at
paying figures--94,500.00,
Lot 20, Block 28; comer lot on Agnes
St., with 2 good houses.
House and Lot on Lortto St., noar Columbia -81200.00.
Lots 4, 5 k fl, Block 19; good house,
garden, km; choicu residuueo property
-55,000.00.
Cornor Lot on Columbia St.; fenced and
cleared—$1500.00.
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Block 28; oorner lot on Agnes St.}
fino residence sito--§1200.00.
Lot 1, Alien Gardens; comor lot noar
Columbia St.-3700.00.
Lots on Melbourne Streot, noar St. Andrew's, at 9250,00.
Lot 0, Louisa Gardens; beautiful situation—9000.00.
Lot 30, Clinton Place-3400.00.
Lots 29 k 30, St. Andrew's Square—
§800.00.
Lots on St. Andrew's St., near Queen's
Avenue-*9500.00 each.
Lots on Mary, Pelham and St. John's
Sts,; excellent for residences—§500.00
to §000.00.
Lots on Montreal, Douglas aud Halifax Sts.; fino views and well situated—¥300.00 to §400.00.
Lot on Melbourno St., near Clinton ■
§200.00.
Lot 9, Sub-Block 10; fine residence lots-
0175.00 to 9225.00.
3 oholoo Lots on St. Andrew's St., at
low figures.
Speculative Property.
Lots iu Subdivisions of Lota 4 aud 7,
Sub-Block 0-975.00 to §100.00; nnd
Loti in Subdivisions of Lots 7, 8 nnd 11,
Sub-Block 12 - §35.00 to §100.00.
These lots are all finely situated nnd
will doubtless soon bo thickly settled
Lots in Wostmlnster Addition at §15.01
to §50.00,
Ono-lialf   aero Lots near the City,
935.00 to §50.00.
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Civic Opi*ickus.—Mnvor, IJohn Hendry;
City Clerk, U. Robson; City Treasurer,
Engineer, „«.. A. F. Cotton; l'olieo MurIb-
tttito.T. c*. Atkinson; OhlerBnglneerFlre
Depiirtm'mt, T. Aekeiimin; Assistant, W.
W. Dickinson.
CouitT OryiciALS.—Jtulge of tlie Supreme Conrl, linn. ,1. F. McCrclKht: Regls-
Irtti, W. IJ. FalUlni*; Hherltt", W.J. Armstrong.
Provincial Opkickhs. — Government
Agent, Clias. Wnrwick; Registrardf-TIties.
tt. W. Armstrong: Bupt. of Provincial
Asylum, Dr. 11.1. Bentley: Bursar of Asy-
lura, Jas. Phillips; Governor of Central
Prison, Wm. Moresby; Steward Royal Columbian Hospital, Obiis. Plgby; Immigration Agent, Jno. Brm-ti; Coroner, W.
I). Ferris; Hi-i-lslrurof MiiiTlai*-" Licenses,
W. J. Armstrong,
Dominion O i* _i''iai.m.—I'tistinuKi-r, J. C.
Brown: Collector of Custoniri, J. ft. Olute
Warden ut Penltenliniy, A. II. M.'ltrldc;
Dominion Lund Agenl, II. B. W. AU'inan;
Crown Tlnibr-r Ag'-nt, T. H. lllgglnMon;
Inspector of Flt-lierie-i, Thou. Mowal.
Ukpuksmxtativks.—Semitoi', Dr. T R.
Melmies;   Hoiimi!   of   Common**- Donald
ciiEhIioIih; Provincial Lcgl(«latuve,Capt.
W. N. Role, Q. C.
gdle §ritish Columbian
Tiu-h-Iii-} EvenlDK, Marcb IO, i«i».
N0TKS AND COMMENTS.
MAILS C1.0HB AND ARRTVR.
OLOBID
For Can, Pac, Tly.-Dnlly (except Rimtlny
mul Monday), at V130, and on Saturday
(for dispatch Hiindnvj ntffl.
For Victoria, V. I., and Western U. H. Offl-
ees—Monday, 1J!._; Tuesday, «.!■'; Wednesday, 6.80; Thursday, 8.15; Friday,
OM; Saturday, 8.15
For Vancouver, Mood_vllle, Tort Moody
and Burrard Inle-—Daily (except Sunny) at 8.15.
For Ladner's Landing arid Lulu Island--
Monday, 12.45; Wednesday nnd Friday
6.30.
ForClover Valley, Halt's Prairie, Surrey
Contra and Lnngley Prairie—Saturday,
9.
For Elgin nnd Mud Bay—Saturday, 12.45.
Fur Plumper's Pass-Monday, 13.45.
For Nanafmo (direct mall)—Tuesday, 19,
From Can. Pac. Ry,—Dally (except Saturday) at 14.10.
From Victoria—.Sunday, Tuesday and
Thursday Hi; Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday, 1 l.ijo.
From Vancouver, Moodyvllle, Port Moody
and Burrard Inlet—Dally (except Sundny) nt 16.
From Ladner's Landing and Luln Island
—Sunday,Tuesilayaud Thursday, 10.
From Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie aud
Lnngley Prairie—Friday, 10,
From Hllglu and Mud Hay—Saturday, 11.
From Plumper's Pass—Sunday, 16.
From Nimulmo (direct mail)—Saturday,
POST OFFICE HOURSl
General Delivery from 0 lo lfl (V p. in,).
Tuesdays,Thursdays and Sattirdnys; Uio
IS, Mondays,'"Wednesdays iiiid Pridays—
except when mulls an-* being sorted.
Money OiiDmi&SA vis-os Bank,-Dally
—9 a.m. to 4 p. iri,, and from 0 to 7 on
Saturday even lugs.
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
p-irity.HtreiiKtliniidwholcKomcnosB. More
economical than tbo ordinary kinds,nnd
cannot he sold ln competition Willi the
multllndeof low tost, short weight alum
nr pliOBpbate powders. Sold only En enns.
Royal Baking Powokh Co., 108 Wn 11 BL
New York. 3fely
FOR  SALE.
AriiiroeisT's stock o.' vrvgs,
l'uti'ut Mucllolnos iuiil Himilrlos.—
A|,plylo 11KNIIY V. KUMONBS.
(IJalOlc
TO RENT.
ACAX-NEIIY AND HALTKKY slllllllnl
onSubillvlsloti Lots r.AIJ of Lot 11,
Illoi'kll.   Apply lo
Illi.NKYV. ISDMONIB,
ilnollc* Lftiul At'Olit.
TENDERS.
New lVd-st miiiMtcr G/is Ooinpmiy
11ENDERS AR15 RE(.UFJSTED for tho
Lighting and Cleaning of 01 Publio
Streot Lamps ilhe lighting dono by horso-
bnck in'ofeneii], for a period to bo hore*
after specified.
Tho Directors do not hind themselves
to accept the lowest or nny tender.
Tenders, endorsed "Lamplighting," lo
ho handed lu to me on or before tho i>2iid
inst.
For the Directors,
DAVID MORRIS,
*-'((■. and Mannger,
Ous Company,
Maroh 18111,18S0, dii-.iilstd
L
ns
&r_   OO.
ReaS   Estate,
INSURANCE
—ANn—
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And triinsuot all Ultsinoss l-ulating to
Koul Estate,
—AQENTS FOB—
London Assurance Corpnrntlon.
Connecticut fire Insurance Co. or
Hiirtforil.
London nnd Lnncnslilro Lifo Assur-
niii'c Co.
Canton Insurnnco IIOIcc, Ld. (Mni'lne)
OPFIOKSl
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
dwseHyl
A thorough train is now running
between Washington and the eity of
Mcxieo, tnkinf- something over four
days to make the journey.
Tlio Nihilist committee of St.
Petersburg bus issued a secret
circular announcing that tho apparent inactivity of tho Nihilist
leaders is merely a blind intended
to lull the authorities into a false
security.
The clergyman in an English
town, having published the bans of
matrimony between two persons,
was followed by tho clerk, reading
the hymn beginning with theso
words : "Mistaken souls, who
dreain of heaven." ._ _
IRONCLADS TO AFRICA
A Portion of the Channel Squadron
Ordered to Morocco to Teach
the Sultan a Lesson.
The Panama Canal Company Obtains au Extension of Contracts
and Work Will Proceed.
The West's Favored Class.—
Western Lady—"And so your
daughter is going to marry a western
man! Is he a farmer, manufacturer,    or "    Eastern     Lady
(haughtily)—"Ho is a gentleman of
leisure." Western Lidy—"Do you
mean that he makes money without
working?" "Certainly." "Ah! I
soo.   He's a roal estate ugent"
The New York girl's ideal—that
is to Bay, the ideal of tho swell -girl
—is to look like a well-groomed
horse. Hair sleek and shining us
salin, skin polished and fresh,
raiment built; on a (ixed model, trim,
taut, and subdued in colour.
Altogether woll groomed, thoroughbred, and a high-stepper, and a good
one to look at, she is, too, only the
artists don't caro about her. She's
_.l too stift'aud set for him; he wants
individuality, soft, flowing lines,
•ich, full drapery/deep colour.—Ex.
Tho millionaire Isaiah V. Williamson,of Philadelphia, who dit-d yesterday morning, must bo given credit
for good intentions, his property
must go to his legal heirs, and, unless the latter (.'boose to give force
to lita known wishes* the promised
benefaction to the amount of §1,-
500,000 for the industrial education
of poor boys will come to naught.
The aged philanthropist died without ullixing his namo to his will.
Ho was seeking for a site for the
institution and had his plans determined upon when the hand of dentil
was unexpectedly laid upon him,
The lesson is obvious,—-__. Y. World.
Don't advertise unless you have
something worth buying. A great
ninny persons suppose advertising
alone is sufficient. This is nearly
as bad an error as to suppose that
to have the goods is sufficient alone.
This reminds us of a little story wo
once heard of a boy who was sent
out in the summer with a bag of
green corn to sell. Tho boy was
gone all day, and returned with the
bag unopened, which he dumped on
the iloor, saying: "There is your
corn, go and sell it yourself—I
can't," "Sold any f "No," said
the boy; "I've been all over the city
with it. and nobody said anything
about green corn. Two or three
fellows asked me what I'd got in my
bag, und I told them it was none of
their business." The boy reminds
us of tome business men we know of
who do not recognize the benefits of
advertising.—Ex,
As President Harrison haa been
placed in the position which ho now
occupies by a party whose fiscal policy
makes a fow men wealthy nt the
expense of tho many, it is fitting,
says an exchange, that the millionaire element should he well represented in his cabinet. We do not
know what the pecuniary circumstances of Messrs. Tracy, Miller,
Proctor, and Noble are, but the
wealth of each of their colleagues is
represented by six figures or over.
Mr, Wanamaker is reputed to be
worth §10,000,000, Mr. Wisdom
$,r>,000,000, and Messrs. Blaine and
Busk $1,000,000 each. Vice-President Morton's figure is $10,000,000,
nnd the President's §200,000, so
that the aggregate wealth of tho
president, vice-president, and half
of tho cabinent is 827,200,000. On
the other hand, Messrs. Cleveland
aud Hendricks and the whole of the
lato cabinent were worth together
only $3,325,000, ex-secrctary Whitney being tbo only millionaire
among them.
A most extraordinary story comes
from CardilT. David Davids, a
Klionddu Collier of Troherbort, was
ono of the many sufferers of the
memorablo explosion at Pen-y-Oraig
colliery in 1880, for four years after
which he was confined to bed,
O-idunliy im has recovered strength
Hutliciunt to get around, but has
remained absolutely deaf aud dumb.
His doctor advised him to take a
shock similar to the first whioh
deprived him of theso powers and
planting himself as near as safety
would allow he took the shock during tbo firing of six shots at Bute
pit, Troherbort, and, strange to say,
at the sixth shot his hearing returned to him. Still ho was dumb;
but on Sunday the 3rd inst, the
Rev. E, Rowlands, missionary to
deaf mute.-i, said something to
Davics which raised his temper,
and in his passion he voluntarily
and instinctively made an attempt
to express his anger, when, to his
amazement, tho power of speech
returned, and he now talks freely,
and says that the only inconvenience
he finds is a soro throat and tongue.
French Bankers Invested too Heavily in Copper Securities and
Come to Grief.
OltDEKEl) TO MOROCCO.
London, Mar. 11).-In tho house of
commons to day Sir James Ferguson,
political secretary of thu foreign office,
announced that a portion of the channel squadron, composed of war vessels,
has been sent to Tangiers in tho interest of a certain eerious question between England and the sultan of Morocco, which is not yet settled.
A HEAVY PAILUIIE.
Paris, March 19.—Tavande &, Co.,
hankers, of Mona, have suspended
payment because of the copper complications. Their liabilities amount to
several million francs.
ROM .".MAKERS  DISCO V lilt El).
Zurich, Mar. 10.—The polico have
discovered an establishment for tho
manufacture of bombs on an extensive
scale. Two more Russians have been
arrested for connection therewith.
THE WEAVERS' STRIKE.
Fall River, Maes., Mar. 19,—The
strike situation is unchanged. The
weavers did not return to work to-day
na anticipated and the majority of the
mills aro entirely shut down. At a
big mass*meeting this morning the indications were the striker.- will not
weaken for some time, and manufacturers admit there is every proBpeot
of a long struggle.
THB OLD  STORY.
Cumuekland, Md,, Mar. 19.—While
drilling out a blast of dynamite, which
was believed to havo hnd exploded at
the works of the Cumberland Hydraulic Cement Co. here to-dny, tho blast
exploded and Jco Hammersmith, Joe
Wegman, Noah Long, nnd Sol Moore
were seriously injured. The first two
cannot live.
LOVED IN VAIN.
.San Louis OiIispo, Cal., March 10.
—Lewis Musie, a young hotel clerk,
shot and killed himself lust night
over disappointment in a love ull'iir.
J'EBli-HACLE CAROO,
San Francisco, March 19.—Tho
sir, Columbia, which ia still in quarantine, has on board a considerable
Hinount of perishable cargo, including
6,000 Backs of potatoes, a Urge quantity of onions, 100 boxes apples aud
120 sacks of oysters, and if the str.
is kept in quarantine the legal limit of
time, it is snfe to say that a good deal
of it will have tc be thrown ovorboard.
EXTENSION OF CONTRACTS.
New York, March 19.—Tho Panama Canal Company announces thnt a
further extension of the provisional
contracts have been arranged with the
contractors, which secures tho maintenance of the works and material.
The official liquidator does not despair of forming a new company.
A SOCIALISTIC OROAN SUPPRESSED.
Berlin, March 18.— Von Kv.eiNng,
a socialistic organ, has brought upon
itself a descent of the police for an
article printed in yesterday's issue.
Its offices wero entered into possession
of by officers, all work Btopped, aud all
of the edition v.hich remained was confiscated. Tho journal, which has been
a thorn in the side of the govern ment,
will be permanently suppressed.
EOOLANGEll's PltOORAMME,
Paris, March 18.—The demonstration aud declaration of policy made by
Goncrjl Baulangor aud Senator
Maquet at Tours yesterday aro regarded as one of the first importance and
are treated by the press with n seriousness of tone usually absent from its
oomments on movements of the general. It is admitted that Boulangists
have at last put out a definite and clever
programme of policy and that tho general hii3 supported it in a statesmanlike speech. That programme of
policy seeks to remove all distrust of
the general's fidelity to the republic,
to satisfy the great religious element,
and to reassure conservatives of nil
parties. Republican politic organs
deny its sincerity and pronounce it
laid for everybody's vote. Extcrmists,
including socialist;, communists, and
anarchists, oppoaB it, whilo all conservative and Cutholic classes turn to
it as the only salvation of France.
Mauarctnst journals declare the references to monarchy iu tho Boulnngtst
speech will in no wny affect tho atti*
liuln cf (heir party towards him.
COMINtl   ROUND.
London, March 18,—The Times
publishes a letter from Clifford Loyd,
formerly tho bitter coercioiii.it magistrate, proposing the abolition of the
hud liouteiianccy of Ireland, sweeping
nwny of Dublin caatle, the substitution
of county courts, placing of constabulary 011 an imperial footing, aud readjustment of taxation, with tho udoption
of theso mennurca by ajircoment of
both parties. The writer snys thero
need bo no fear of tho result and a
national disaster would be avoided.
MAINB TRANSPORT COMPANY.
London, March 18.—The prospectus
has been issued of tho Chigncoto Marine Transport Company with a capital
of £'300,000 in 15,000 seven per cent.
preference shares of £20 each and
£100,000 in 5,000 ordinary shares £20
each. The company is nlso authorized
to issue £700,000 five per cent, mortgage debentures. Only preferred
shares are now offered. Mr. Pro vend,
M, P., is among the directors.
HONOlttNU THE GAME,
London,. March 18 — Holli ngshead,
the theatrical manager, gave a supper
in tho Niagara exhibition budding last
evening iu honor of the visiting
American baseball teams. Tho Duke
of Beaufort and other prominent
persons were present.
A COPPER COHPKOMI8E.
London, March 18.*—Paris advices
report on increasing gloomy tone
financially and politically. The Economist! saye: "English firms will not
attempt to rusuacitato tho French
syndicate, but will endeavor to effect
the harmonious working of Spanish
•nd American mines, and induce them
to abandon their contracti.
A FAXAE RUMOH.
London, March 18.—A rumor is in
circulation that Comptoir D'Escompto
has shut its doors. A despatch from
a press news agent at PariB juat received declares the report false nnd
adds: •'! hasten to forward this do-
nml ns the false report hai probably
reached America and may cause mischief. The affairs of tho bank are atill
under con&ideration of a syndicato of
leading hunkers. Final action will bo
taken to-morrow. Our Paris agont
snys thero are hopes that the bank will
he pulled through by the united efforts of tho great financial house."
DOMINION   PARLIAMENT.
Ottawa, Mar. 18.—In tho house today, tho Hon. Wilfred Laurier asked
Col. O'Brieu when it whs his intention to proceed with his resolution regarding the Jesuit's estates. Col.
O'Brien replied that as tho hon. gentlemen were aware thore had not since
he had given notice, been an opportunity for him to bring on his resolution. If the budget debate closed as
was expected to-morrow and the houso
wbb then, moved into committee
of supply on Thursday, he would then
introduce his resolution, At all ei ents
he would introduce it at tho first opportunity.
Mr. Piatt (libcral)B-IIl introduce a resolution that it is expedient to remove the
duty and place upon tho free list all
grams and seeds wliich do not ripen in
Canada, bat whicli are now largely imported and sown for the production of
food for cattle under the system of feeding
called soiling and ensilage now largely
adopted by the farmers of Canada, The
resolution was supported by Messrs',
Soriveraudr.oen. The government supporters-including Hon. Mackenzie Bowell,
the minister of customs, Postmaster-
General Haggart and Dr. Sproulc, also
Bpoke. Mr. Piatt finally withdrew the
resolution, Mr. Howell Agreeing to take
iuto consideration the advisability of removing the duty.
' Hon. E. Dewdney will introduce a hill
on-Wednesday respecting the reconveyance of certain hinds to the government of
British Columbia. The bill provides for
the transfer of 45,000 acres of land (Sumas dyking lands) of the provincial gov-
eminent lands taken by mistake at the
time of confederation.
PROVINCIAL ESTIMATES.
tr llie  Financial Year s;,i_l*-c juue
tt'-lll, !«'.!).
Following is the statement iu full of
the estimated rccaipts and expenditures for the current fiscal yoar, as
laid before the houte on Friday  last:
Public Dkdt-$133,831,55.
Civ.x Government (Salaiues)—
Lieutenant-governor's office, $1,500;
provincial secretary and minister of
mines, 16,910: treasury, 8,520, lands
and works department, 11,400; attorney-general. (!,3li0; land registry
office, 10,58;i: legislation, 1,800; registration of voters, 525; asylum for the
insane, 9,400; revenue services, 5,820;
assay offices and reduction w*orks, 4,-
200; provincial Umber inspectors, 2,-
700; temporary departmental nsus-
tntico,2,50.   Total. $82,220.
Administration of Justice (Salaries)—Supreme court. 87,500; county
court, 2,109; sheriffs, 2,600; stipendiary magistrates, 2,300; superintendent uf police aud goals, 2,520; polico
and goals, Victoria, 7,720; do, Esquimalt, 840; do, New Westminster, 7,-
■132; do, New Wen tin in ster dislrict,
840; do, Kootenay district, 10,240;
do, Cariboo district, 5,234; do, Cns-
siar distiict, 4,080; do, Lytton and
Ashcroft, 2,040; do, Kamloops, 4,020;
do, Okanagon, 2,400; do, Similkameen,
3,200; do, Nanaimo, 6,120: do, Cow-
iehan, 1,440; do, Comox, 1,440; do,
Lillooet district, 4,200. Total, 678,-
870.
Legislation—Indemnity to members, §10,800; mileage, 3,000. registration of voters and revision of voters'
lists, 500; expense, of elections, 500;
contingent fund, 450; journals and
statutes binding, 1,000. Total, _l(i,-
250.
Public Institctions (Maintenance)
—Printing offlco, Victoria, $5,800; as-
Bay office, 2,000; asylum for tho insano, New Westminster, 8,250. Total,
816,050.
Hosvitals and Charitie.s— Hospital, Victoria, §5,000; do, Westminster, 3,000; do, Cariboo, 4,000; do,
Nanaimo, 3,000; do. Kamloops, 3,000;
do, Vancouver, 4,000; hospital allowance, Cassiar, 250; in aid of destitute,
poor and tick, 750; in aid of resident
physician at Clinton, 750; convalescent homo, Victoria, 1,000; in aid of
deaf and dumb institute, 1,000. Total,
825,750.
ADMINI.sTUATION  Of JuSTiOE (OTHER
than halapies)—Summoning *«id paying jurors and witnesses, 912,000;
prosecution and interpetors, 4,000; expenses of inquests, 1,000; criminal
punishments, 600; rewards, 1000; keep
of prisoners, 16,000; rents, 800; sppcinl
consL.blcB, 6,500; transport of prisoners and constables, 0,000; miscellaneous, 1.2C3.   Total, $49,000.
Education-- Education oilice, §5,-
460; Victoria city district, 21,470;
Victoria district, 6,080; do, Esquimalt,
5,500; do, Oowiohan, 7,10^; do, Nanaimo, 13.400; do, Comox, 2,600;
do, New Westminster city, 7,1.00;
do, Now Westminster district, 34,O<-0;
do, Hopo and Yale, 16,000; do, Lil-
looot. 5,240; do, Cariboo, 3,189; do,
Kootenay, 1,640, do, Cassiar, 700.
Total, 8130,250.
Transport—Chargeson remittances,
$300; travelling expenses of officers
on duty, 4,500; keep of horses, 200.
Total, $5,000.
RENT--Oovernment houso, Victorin,
84.8.60.
Revenue Si-rvices—Commission,
courts' of appeal, travelling expenses,
miscellaneous, etc.,89,000.
Wouksand Buildings—Repairs to
government buildings, Victorin, 83,•
500; do, New Westminstor, 200; do,
Nan&imo, 200; do, Yale district, 500;
do, Llllooct district, 300; do, Cariboo
district, 100; do, Kootenay district,
300; repairs to jail at Victoria, 600;
addition to printing olfico, Victoria,
2,000; asylum for tho insane (addition
and alterations), 40,000; court house,
Vancouver, (construction), 10,000; do,
(furniture and fixtures), 2,000; do,
Victoria, (completion), 2,000; do,
(furnituro and fixturoB), 2,000; furniture for government offices, 3,000;
improvement of government reserves,
500; Insurance of government buildings, 1,000; public schools, Vancouvor,
(construction and furnituro), 10,000;
do, Victoria (addition to (our ward
schools, janitor's residence, oto,)', 6,.
000; do, Viotoria wost (addition and
furniture), 000; do, Lulu, (construction nnd furniture), TOO; do, Aichroft,
800; do, Hatzie Prairie, 600; do, Bigger, 700; do, Port E-sington, 500; do,
Trenant, 1,500; do, New Westminster
city, wostside, 700; do, Coldstream,
GOO; do, Otter (near Aldergrove), 700;
do, Howe Sound (construction and
furniture), 700; do, Ihroughout the
province—(sundry repairs, oto.), 2,-
500; look-up, Port Essington (con-*
fltruction), 400; do, Metlakahtla (repairs), 100; do, south Comox, 400;
do, Okanagon mission, 400; do, Koot-t
onay Lake,500;. juvenile reformatory,'
Victoria (construction), 3,000; boring
for artcsiau wells, 5,000. Total, $104,
700
GovEiiXMENT House, Victoria—
Repairs to building, including heating,
fun nee uud fixtures, $1,360; groen
Itofije, 1,000; furnituro, 400; fencing,
200; water, 500; fuel and light, 200;
improving grounds, 200; gardener, 12
months at §50, 000; miscellaneous, 60.
Total, $4,500.
Roadh, Streets, Bridges and
Wharves.---Victoria, district, 87,600;.
Eequimjdt district, 5,000; Oowiohan
district, 6,500; Salt Spring Islatid and
islands nt Plumpera Pass, including
whatf, Pender Wand, '3$W-: HanaC-
mo district; 7,000;- Alberni, 2,000;
Comox district, 6,000; New Westminster district, 12,000; Yale district.
18,000; Lillooet district, 7,000; Cariboo district. 8,000; Cassiar district, '
800; Kootenay distriot, east, 10,000;
do, west, 5,000; main trunk road, 20,.
000; Viotoria and Esquimalt trunk
road, 3,000; Victoria 'and Nanaimo
trunk road (Goldstream to Sbawnijjan),
500; Nanaimo and Alberni, do, 1,000;,
New Westminstor and Vancouver,
trunk road, 2,000; do, to Hopo trunk
road, 2,000; Saanich trunk road,
1,000; Gordon Head road, Victoria
district, 500; Carey road, do, 600;''
Colonization rnids, Vancouver Island;
3,000; municipalities in New 'West-
minster district, 6,000; do, Cowichap,.
1,000; road to Stump Lake B-iflih,'
Nicla, 5,000; Chemainus bridge,'1.600;
Rock Creek road, 2,000; in aid" of
bridge afc'St Mary's mission, ll,f!75;
Illecillewaet mad, Kootenay, 4-0T9:
McMurdo mines road, Kootenay, _,-
000; Cayoosh Creek road (revot?),
2,000; Soda Croek ferry subsidy, SCO..
Total, §102,875.
Surveys—Throughout the province,
$-1,000.
Miscellaneous Expenwtore—Advertising, 83,500; stationary, 4,000;
postage, 3,000; telefirams, 2,500; fuel
and light, 3,200; library, legislative
anddepAitmental, 350; do, attorney-
general's department, 250; refunds,
1,500 ; premium ou guarantee bonds,
300; tire department, Nanaimo, 500;
do.New WdtininBler, 500; do, Vancouvor, 500; do, Barkerville, 600; do,
Kamloops, 500; do, Quesuelle, 250;
reporting judges' decisions, 250; agricultural societies, 1,53*; telephone
service, 700; British Columbia, agricultural association, iu aid of a provincial exhibition, 1,000; in nid of prospecting nnd explorations, 2*000; destruction of wolves and pantherB.iu
settled districts throughout the province, 300; museum, 2,600; in aid. of..
militia, 690; superannuation—monthly
allowance to late me83onger,'D. Deasy,
12 months to 30th June, 1889, at 840
per month, 480; 111 nid of communication fo remote settlements-i 1,200;
copying recorJs for roj-istry office,
Vancouver, 2,500;. miscellaneous, not
detailed, 3,000.
Ijim'gration—• Immigration agent at
Now Westminster, 12 months to 30th
June, 1889, nt 8100 per month, 1,200;
Lindi-n oflice contin»eiicios, 500; miscellaneous, 2;000.   Total, 83,700.
Stiuuiiary of Eillmaltxl Expcndltnrcs
Of tho Province of British Columbia for
the financial year ending Juno 30, 1S90:
service. amodjst.
Tniilii* T'Cl-l $183,811 S3
*'lvll('ovi*rmneni |Biilnrla _ j   B2,2ffl) 00
Ad in In BtratlonofJusUoolsftl's]-, 78,S7iJ 00
Lculslft! Ion _    16,2!i-0 00
I'niillr liiNllmtloiiH Imnlnt.-ii'iice   lti,ii,"o 00
HosplUils nnd rlinrlik'K    :5,750 00
AdnilniMriulonor justice [otlier
iii-in -..-.:.1;u-s  -ifi,ooo03
Education _ iM.C'il 00
Transport _    fi,000 CO
Rent        48 £0
Kevomie servico**     0,0" 0 CO
1'iililie works S."7,0"-5 00
Miscellaneous    11.0SO 00
♦Total _jfl'.«l 05
Kslluiute of Revenue
Of the Province of British Columbia for
tho financial year ending J tine 30,1890:
lir.AH.-j OF liECEIl'T. AMOUNT.
l)i'iiiiiiiuii'./',;iiiiulii,iinniriiiny-
ricnt of interest nt 5 percent..-** .3,151'05
Dominion  of   (,'iiiiudu, annual
payment of sii'isldv to government and lej-l-Until re ™  25,000 00
Dominion   of   Ci-nudn, annual
payment of grant por cnplta..,., -JS.oro CO
Dominion ot   Canada,   annual
payment for lands conveyed
for rallwny  IC0.0A0 fl
Land salt's  WUIJ
Land revenue*  8-CCO 10
Timber.royalty and liociiHes  40,01*0 0
Survey fee.-!  211 C)
ItoniR fexclusive of lnnd]  fiO 00
Ht-nlR ilim'uM- louses 1  15,01.0 CO
Kent* Iforrlcsj  KO tl
Free mliiera'eortifloates *. 12,083 fo
Minim- rccL-lp'S, I'cncrul  8,0 0(3
Lie-Mill--*  2?,(K0 l")
Marriage llcenson  2J6C0 CJ
Ue.'.i pm|iui-,v lo:;  ltM-MO (3
Pergonal hroperfyiftx  40,CC0CO
Wllu laud t,i;  18.CB I W
Tnromc tn:;  B-.T1 II
Provincial revenue In*;  AO-ttJO
U'.-«!slerodla.\es [all dcnomlnn-
tloii-.'  £9 ro
Tax sum do-ds  K3 CI
He venue service refunds  H) CO
Fine? mul forfeit un-**  10,0 0 00
L:uv sumps  18,503,01)
Pro'mie vt.es  1-C!'3 (3
Uei'lst.ry fees  18.C1 CJ
Asj.ij* oflleo foes  W.in
Asylum fnrtlio iiiRatie  F-tn CO
Pf-ntlngoflloe receipt--  2,50) CO
Baloof government property  SCO (3
Reimbursements In nltl  703 CO
lnlere.it  G.C3J CI
Intero't on tnvcj-nicnt of sLik-
Ini,'funds ......,..'  10,00 00
■'('liliH':.<- W.'y.inotion Aet, IS':!,"
rUinn 1 nIon    governmont   ro*
itinUJ -  1-3C3 03
Rate ot consolidated statutes  l-Ki co
Education refund-- from eity dls* .
tilcls l Victoria, New WesTmlu-
frier, Nanaimo, Vancouver]  Ifl.cro 00
Misc-cllanemiH receipts .,  1,500 GO
Total ; WtJO-flt 0i
The Toronto Globe'.- change of base
on the Jesuit fittest ion is the nil obsorb-
ing topio of - conversation in Ottawa
parliamonntry circles. Tho general
concensus cf opinion.is that the Globe's
unreserved demand for disallowance is
designed exclusively to influence the
Ontario provincial elections.. .The
Liberals at Ottawa arc furious at the
Globe's stand. In the house yesterday
afternoon Laurier asked O'Brien when
ho oould bring forward hia motion on
the subject. O'Brien replied at the
first opportunity, as nn amendment to
supply.
 ■__—i***; js__*$—.——
No furthor word has been received
of tho reported arrest et Tascott oh
Lake Winnipeg. The Indians law the
detectives, bat they had not caught
their mm.
Children Cryfor Pitcher'*Castoria THE   DAILY   COLUMBIAN
-tray Altara-ws eneen Inter,
BTT_
At tbelr Steam  Prtntlo
ment, Colombia i
ilb......
iths.....
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treel.
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DELIVERED IN THB OITY:
For 18 roiinlbs...  .1? S2
far Snionib...
Per month	
Per week.
.mn,-. "•       —
'-.yiueiil In sll ohm. (eio.pl for weekly
mt.) to be tntto In -ulvaaee.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
baaed ererr WwImmIw nwalw
l wllvered In the City, per yenr.............HOC
SUllwl,—"
Mailed,
.100
.1.21
fails British (Holnmbtsn
Isi-dn brain. Harea it. isss.
Wn print tlie provincial estimates
today, whicli, in spite of tho general aversion to statistical literature,
will prove interesting reading. In
noticing Westminster's share of the
appropriations yesterday we omitted
a very important item, that of $40,-
000 for addition and alterations to
the insane asylum at this city. This
work is urgently uoeded, as most of
our readers know, quite a numlierof
insane patients having Is-en lodged
in the new jail for somo time, owing
to lack of room in tin' asylum. It
will be remembered thut Hon. John
Robson, the provincial secretary,
inspected the asylum here nearly
two months ago, and on that occasion intimated thut be would use his
influence with his colleagues to have
extensive improvements and additions made to the asylum buildings.
The estimates show with what success. The construction of the asylum
addition and also of the now court
house at this city (for which an appropriation of 810,000 was made at
the last session) will prove not unimportant items in Westminster's
building operations for tbe present
season. In aid of the provincial
agricultural exhibition we notice an
appropriation of $1,000. In view
of the desirability and tke efforts
that are being put forth to make the
forthcoming provincial exhibition an
affair worthy of its name, we would
like to have seen a Isrger appropriation this year, and hope that an
extra amount may appear in the
supplementary estimates for that
object. It will be seen that a middle
course has been adopted with respect
to boring for artesian wells, and 85,-
000 hns been appropriated for the
purpose. It is altogether likely that
the government have acted advisedly
in this niatter, and in what they
consider lo lie the best interests of
the province. We trust that better
success may attend any further boring experiments. Under the heading of "Roads, Streets, Bridges and
Wharves," it will be seen that these
important public works have not
been neglected in the estimates, and
Westminster district comes in for a
share. For the purpose of insuring
a traffic as well as railway bridge at
the Mission, fl 1,275 has been placed
in the estimates. This will be gratifying to the property holders and
residents in that vicinity particularly. Education throughout the
province is, as usual, well provided
for.
John    Ericsson,  engineor   and
physicist, who died at his home in
New York on the 7th of this month,
at the age of nearly 80, has been
well described as one of those men
who  ure always far in advance of
the rest of the world in thought, but
whu, as men of action, keep in close
touch with it.   He was of Swedish
birth, and when but  twenty-three
years of age he had not only gained
the rank of a captain of engineers in
the Swedish army, but had invented
what he then called a flame engine,
the germ of his successful heat engine.   To press this invention upon
the world lie went to England, and
subsequently throw up his commission  to  become an inventor.   He
competed with Stephenson forthe
prise offered by the Manchester Railway Oompany for the best locomotive, and would have won it had not
the originality and speed of his engine frightened his judges, and had
not Stephenson's engine proved superior in point of traction.   He invented  the flrst steam lire-engine,
the exhaust draft for boilers, which
proved the feasibility of diiving a
vessel with  a screw propeller, and
made   many interesting discoveries
as to the laws of heat during his
stay in England.   In 1639 he went
to the United States, having been
sorely wounded by the refusal of the
British admiralty to make use of his
inventions, and iu 1641 built for the
United States government the first
of modern war steimers, the Princeton.   After completing this vessel
he devoted   himself anew to his
calorie engine, and although he failed
to displace the steam engine with it,
he produced onu of the best of domestic motors and proved the possibility of his idea.    It was when the
civil war oatne that Ericsson mado
himself famous.   He made a contract with the government to furnish
them with  nu ironclad ship, and
within  one  hundred days lie sent
into battle tho Monitor, a "pill box
on * rait," a craft which outraged
•very principle of marine architecture, and which, in the first duel between armor-clads since the world
began, proved that she was the most
powerful ship afloat. It waa not the
rerolring turret alone that made
Erioseon's tnuinph as on engineer to
complete, i The English government
were, indeed, at work on a "oupola
•Up" while the Monitor was building.   It was the general design of
the ship, and her adaptation to the
work ihe had to do.   With the exception of improving the monitors
until  they wen not only fighting
craft, but fit to go torn in, ind the
invention of the Destroyer, a veuel
which attacks  her enemy nnder
waiter, Mr. Ericsson's  later jtu*
hare been mainly devoted to eoienee
Tree planting for forest production
is not a vital question in this prov.
ince  of    magnificent  and  almost
illimitable-forest wealth, and should
not  be for ages, if  our grand resources in this respect are properly
conserved and protected from wilful
and  criminal   waste.   It  is quite
otherwise, however, on  the  great
prairie provinces east of the mountains.   There no subject could claim
more interest.   The last report of
the minister of the interior embraces
a sub-report from Mr. J. H. Morgan,   forestry   commissioner,   who
travelled about in Manitoba and the
territories last year on a mission of
observation.   As a result of his tour
he  recommends that experimental
forest stations be established in western Manitoba, Regina, and Medicine
Hat,  in  order   to ascertain what
trees are most suitable und of most
economic value for permanent adoption. He relates that the first operation would   necessarily cover   tbe
breaking of ground and the erection
of buildings, while the work of the
second season should consist in planting wide belts of either seedlings or
cuttings of the most sturdy native
trees, suoh as tbe cotton wood, white-
willow, box-elder or ash-leaved maple, soft maple, white elm and green
ash.   These should  be planted in
rows, four feet apart, and from eight
to twelve inches apart in each row.
Later  on   these would have to be
thinned out and used in enlarging
the plantation.   These first rows are
intended   for shelter purposes, and
should   be   live   chains  in width.
Within   these   rows would be the
ground used for experimenting in
growing seeds  and  shrubs of all
kinds, but especially such as can be
obtained from Russia.   In the selection of land for the stations the soil
and sub-soil should fairly represent
the average character of tbe district,
and, if  possible, it should include
both wet and dry.   He advises that
experiments should bo carried on in
the ranching oountry for the ultimate end of providing windbreaks
and shelter for stock.  If the experiment! at the stations are successful,
the next step to be taken will be the
reserving of large tracts of land for
permanent forests.   Mr. Morgan instances that Nebraska, once barest
in trees of all the states and territories, has made remarkable progress
in wholesale tree planting, owing to
the liberal policy of the state government in granting prises nnd premiums  and in exemptions of the
covered land from taxation.   Last
year 18,000,000 trees were planted
in tho state, and this year the number will exceed 20,000,000, and it is
believed that there are over 100,000
acres of trees growing in Nebraska
from artificial forest planting. Very
few, even small plantations, exist in
Manitoba, that of Mr. Thomas Sis-
sons, of  Portage la Prairie, being
the one of the most note, He recommends that an effort should be made
to have each schoolhouse surrounded
by trees, and that teachers should
instruct  and  encourage pupils to
acquire  a taste for trees and tree
planting.
*JM-«t.1-«I-*1 Metett far Week Ending
Marsk isik, um.
MAX.   MIN.   ItAIN.
Sunday 51.0    30.0
Monday 19.0    ,0.0
Tuesday 61.0     48.0
Wednesday 64.0     46.0    0.67
Thursday ,7.0     ,2.0    0.23
Friday RO    41.0   0.22
Saturday 57.0     42.0    0.11
Cloudy, mild, rain; very tow barometer
the whole week. A. 1'kki.e, Cap'tn.
Job printing of all kind, neatly done
st th. Columbian office. Prioe. will be
found as low as at anv other oflloe in
fie province —Ailv,
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
pAPTIST   CHURCH, Agnes Htreet,
Ij East of Mary Btreet, Lord's Day
Service*, at II a. ra. and 7 p.m. Sabbath
School andBlhle Glass at 2:30 p. ra. All
seats free; strangers cordially welcomed.
—Rev. Thos. Baldwin, pastor.
MBTHODIBT
Street. .Rev.
CHURCH,   Mnry
    „_„ J, H. White, Pastor,
Ben-lees at 11 a. m. anil 7 p. in, Sunday
School and Bible Clans _30p. m. Prayer
Meeting on Thursdays at 7.30p.m. BeatB
free; strangers cordially invited.
§T. PAUL'S CHURCH, John Street,
> Opposite Orange Hall. Rev. Thomas
addon, Pastor. Services every Sundny
at 11 a. ra. and 7 p. m. Thursday even I bra
at7:30 o'clock. Beats free; all are cordially Invited. Sunday School at 2:80 p. ra.
/-(HURCH OF   ENGLAND.-HOLY
\J TRINITY CHURCH; Hector, The
X?.*J:Al?,h-te'MJ?n WoodB. fl. MARY'S
CHURCH; Rector, The Bishop. Services
In both ohm-cbea overy day. All seats
freo. Both churches open all day for private prayer.
PAJJS_?£&lK 5 *'*• ANDREWS
JL/ ■OCIBTY.-The regular meetings nf
this Association ore hold on the last Tiifs-
day of eaoh month, at 9 o'clock p.m. All
Scotchmen are Invited to attend.-John
Buie, See.
W.
o'clock
C. T. Ue-REGULAIt MEETING
. every Wednesday afternoon at :i
Jock at tho W.C.T.U. Headquarters,
Douglas Ht. Loyal Union In the same
place every Friday nflernoon.-Miw. Jas.
Cu.vnin'-hax, President; Miss DiBiuk,
Secretary,
UNION LODUK No, 9, A* F.
* Ai H.—The regular meetings of this Lodge are held ln
_ . the Masonic Temple on t lit? lint
Wednesday In each month, at 7:90 o'clock
-t. m. Sojourning brethren are cordially
nvlted to attend.—W. O. Coatiiah, Bee
HOARD OF TRADE. Board Room,
D Oddfellows Brlok Block, up-staln*.
Counoil meets on the flnt and third Wed*
nesday In eaoh montb.at 4 p.m. Quarterly
meetings on the 22nd of Feb., May, Aug.,
and Not., at 7:80 p. m. New members
may be proposed and elected at any Quarterly meeting.—D. Robson, Bee.
GIRL WANTED.
WANTED-AOIRL TO DO GENERAL
hoasework.—Appl;	
MRS,-!
Immediately to
SCOULLAR.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER
Choral Union
WILL GIVK A
CONCERT
 IN TOR-—
ODDFELLOWS' HALL
On TneMUy, Mar. 19,188».
Consisting of Mendelssohn', Sacred
Cantata,
"LAUDA    SION"
And a Miscellaneous Fart
ADKIS9ION,   ...-.,*.       SOCESTS.
dtonHU*
JAMES MJNNINfiffAM.
Impuritr of   Hardware.   Agricultural
liupleiuvnlN, Clc.
In every city there ure individual
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 rcoognized
and respected, such a man have we
in tho subject of this sketch. Mr.
James Cunningham established his
business in this city in 1862 and
has, through all tho vicissitudes of
twenty seven years' trade, maintained the even tenor of bis way.
His transactions have increased
year by year, and the circle of bis
customers and patrons gradually
widening and his firm extending until ho now controls a business un
excelled by any similar establishment in Lritisli Oolumbia. His
buildings aro large and commodious
and admirably arranged and appointed. All tliis spaco is filled
with a complete and extensive assortment of hardware, agricultural implements, paints, oils, glassware,
crockery ware, wall-paper, wooden-
ware, stoves, tinware, hollow-ware,
plumbers' goods, house furnishings,
iron pipo and lit tings. This houso
also manufacture.-* tinware of all
kinds and does every variety of
sheet-iron cornice work, gas-fittings,
plumbing, roofing, etc. Thoro is no
house in the trade wliich- carries a
more complete stock or whose facilities surpass those of this establishment for supplying the trade with
lirst-clnss goods at lowest quotations.'
The length of time ibis gentleman
has been in business and tbe success he has attained aro better
recommendations than tbe loudest
praise we could possibly give. We
may mention, however, to our readers who bave not yet become acquainted with this firm, that none
in the Northwest has a better reputation for fair and honorable dealing,
—Mercantile Review.
IFOR   SALE  CHEAP
TENDERS
der signed up to 12 o'clock, noon, on
WEDNESDAY the iOlh In-.,., for Die purchase of
lot G, Block XIII,
Suburbs of New Westminster, containing
buyer's expense. The highest or nny tender not in (lesMiirlly acceptcl.
WOOD!-., TURNER A GAMBLE.
Now West., March 10,1880. dtnhlM
3_EXSSIO:fcT
SERVICES
OP THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND will
be held bvtho Bishop in the ODDFELLOWS' HALL,
Every Sunday Evening
MESSES.
Macpherson & Thomson
Of Ontario ami Miin*uol'o, Michigan,
have opened n
11
IH THE HOLBROOK BLOCK,
Columbia Street, It doors Enst
of Tcli'sraiili Oilice.
They havo a complete nssorlmcnt nf
cYerylliliic. usually fuund in it llrst-clnss
Drug Blore, comprising pure nnd fresh
DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
PATENT MEDICINES,
TOILET ARTICLES,
ENGLISH, FRENOH AND
AMERICAN PERFUMES.
Physicians' prescriptions carefullycom-
ponnded day and iiIkIii. rc.'Tillin
ANNOUNCEMENT
The Undersigned Having opened a Sew
and Handsome
Drug Store!
Fully Mocked with all tlicNcceasarlcfl
of u FIRST-CLASH STORE, would
respectfully noNcI   a Sliarti
of i,aliinia|*o.
SPECIAL   ATTENTION
Will he Paid lo Iho Dispensing of PHYSICIANS' I'KKSCIlimilNH unit
FAMILY RECIPES.
Having for several years occupied Uio
position of Dlfiponsorln tho loading Store
of Montreal, and linvin-*- bail a il-nrmit-li
course of liiHlruction at llie Untatlo College of Pliarmncy, we feel rtint our'-xporl-
ence merit.-) t lie confldehoa of I lie Public.
T. A. Muir & Co.
PHARMACEUTICAL DRUGGISTS
Queen's Hotel Block,
COLUMBIA STREET.
Now Westminstor. dmhlyl
Merchant Tailors
Have Just Received tin Immense Stock
of Imported
Tweeds, Worsteds,
FANCY SUITINGS, FANCY PANTINCS ASD
SPRING OVERCOATINGS,
Which have never been equalled la
tbe Cily nnd which they nre
prepared to make dp
AT PRICEA THAT Will BOTH till EVEN
THE K*HT[-;R\ TIII-OK*
To Compote With.
Style, Fit and Workmanship
GUARANTEED.
4V* Call and Inspeot aoOdn."oTH
Oolumbia St.,
One Door West of Dickinson-it llntchcr
Shop, new WtMMltutcrv ••V.
dmhlyl
A. II. NELSON.
-Irt PAIRS WORK OXEN. HOOD FOlf
IU IjOgBeri*.; well broken and big cattle!
direct from the Interior. Apply to Dor.
English tr T. L. Briqgs ut c. P. n.
Whurl. dmliH(_.\vil
_totic:i=_
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
neither tho captain, owners or t-on-
sltfiit'cj, of Iho American biirkentlue
Malay will be i-psponsililo for any'debts
contracted by the crew.
F. NICHOLS, Master
Westminster, March 15, ISM        mhlSwl
_*totxcs:e.
NOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Sixty days after dato I Intend to
make application io the Chief Commissioner of Lands itnii Works for a grant of
a small L-lund about two milos northeast from the Point Atkinson Light-house,
ri;-hl alireast or fronting off Nelson's
claim, said island containing about I
acres, more or less.
JOHN 0ANES3A,
Per his Agent, II. V. Edmonds,
Now West., .Inn. Sll, 18811.        dji_lhn_
Time Table!
^J!__t_, THE STEAMER
___1riibert dunsmuir
LEAVES WESTMINSTER forNANAI-
itui ilireel every Wednesday at 7 u.iu.
Leaves Nanaimo for Comox every Thursday nt 7 a, in. Returns to Nanaimo on
I' nday.
Leaves Nanaimo for Westminster overy
Saturday at,7 a, m.
T EAVES WESTMINSTER for NANAI-
Jj  mo every Sanday at 7 a. m.. touching
at Vancouver unit nil intermediate portK.
licturiis to Westminster Monday.
For Freight nnd Passenger Rutes apply
to T. L. llRiaas, Agent C. P. N. Co., or to
the Purser on board
dmhlte WM. ROGERS, Master.
Valuable Farming Land.
FIFTEEN HUNDRED (ir_0) ACRES of
the linest Agrlcullural Laud in British Columbia, situated in New Wostmlnster District, within '__% miles of Ladner's
Landing, nnd oh what Is known an the
Now Westminster Trunk Road. One hundred acres have been improved and tlie
furm-hoiises nud barn (lately erected) contain tlie latent Improvements and conveniences. There is an uulimllcd supply
of excellent water on the lnnd, obi nl liable
from wells, Tlicie nre 12 miles of ditches
for drainage purposes, running down to
the river, Tlio land is fenced ln and there
is pasture enough for summer and winter
for over tm head of cattle. Over 120 head
of cattle now grazing enn bo had at a valuation.—Apply to
HOI Kl IH Kit A IIH.rj.lV*,
Real E-tntc Brokers,
dmhllml Victoria, B.C.
Selling Off.
H;
AVING 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 & CO.
March 4th, ism. dmhlte
EXTiMM.
I HAVE LATELY RECEIVED DMEOT
1   from England n largo consignment of
tho following Goods, which I shall sell
loir;
2 liew (Oolliird ,t Oollard) PllUIOS
(with Sloolsl.
Elegant rarlor nnd  Beilrooiu
Suites.
Inlaid and Marble-top Clll'IIIOIICCr
and Whatnot.
Large UlrrorS and Fancy Brass
"Fire Seta,
rout-ties & Arm-elinlrs.
Marble top Centre and Inlaid LOO
Tallies.
Wardrobe and jiirUi--i.jp null
stand.
ML WAINUT & MAHJCW
Also oiler:
Soco'ntl-lUIUl HUIIOY, WHIP.., HARNESS, ROBES, SIDE-SADDLE, Singer
SEWINQMAOHrNE, CHANDELIERS,
PICTURES, CARPETS, Wnlnnt DINING CHAIRS ,t EXTENSION TABLE,
Galvanized STEAM BOILER, Volvos
ami Pipes for Bnlli Room, Hull's Ainrrl-
can llrcproelsiiiv (weights!**- lbs.)
T3SU3 C__S__.
__r**Lot6, Blk 3 _■=_*"#
(fenhlbo)2H^xl3iJ,
LOT 2, BLOCK 34, itwVitwidencc]
Conch hotlHOttlul Collage Grounds nicely
laid out Novoj-fallliu; Spring of pine
water. This properly laces on Merrivale
St, and Royal Avenue and Is In the bullion partof the oily.
TF.KN8 VKKV EASY.
Apply direct to
Mrs. Emma Gold,
dmhilin2 Residence, Royal Ave.
NOTICE
HENRY V.EDMONDS
NOTARY PUBLIC,
CONVEYANCER, REAL ESTATE
—AN-n-
1NSUKANOE AGENT
HAS REMOVED
—to nig—
KKW AKU EXTEX8IVE PREHISES
—IN—
BANK BUILDINGS
COLUMBIA 8TREET,
NBW WESTMINSTER,   .   D. (!.
Opp. Postoftlce nnd next door to the
Bank of British Columbia.
PROPERTY FOR SALE
IN AM, PAItTH OP THK
City and Dlstrlot of New
Westminster,
-ANn—
CITY »-' VANCOUVER
AOINT FOR
Tke Unnnila Life Insurance Co.,
Tho national Firo Assurance Co.,
The Norwich Union Fire Insnranco
Society.
SFUnn, Kneeled, on Benl Estnte nl
Kcason.lilo It.l,',.
ESTABLISHED, A.D., 1884,
iioi&yl
Si i
M
-—I
cS
p
pq
TTj___TV-_=_ _*TO  -EQ-CJ__I_.
Get Our Prices and See the Goods.   One Car of these flows to
Arrive about the 20th inst.
F.C. Strickland & Co.
WEBSTER'S BUILDING,
FB.ONT STREET, WESTMINSTER.
dwno2lo
ROYAL CITY
Planing ii Company, Ld.
RICHARD STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
MANUKACTl'lU-lt*- AND DKAM'l'S IN
AlinofMiiaiitaseiLtiiiir
Shingles, Shake3, Laths, Pickets,
SAUON BOXES, NET FLOUTS, TRAYS,
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors,   Frames.   Windows,
Mouldings. Balusters,
Blinds. Brackets,
Railings, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS DF TURNED WORK.
nolildwiy
jjudia 11
Oolumbia Street, New West-niliistci-.
VAN  VOLKENBUROH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT PlIRVEVOnS IN CiF.M'K.11..    FRESH  AKD CORNED
MEATS ALWAYS ON EIAM).
t3"Spoc!nl lints quoted for the shipping trade.   Kiltnily oidorsstrietly attended
to.   HotelB will Had it to their interest to place thoir ordors with tho ahovo linn.
diiSnoly
Immense Sale of Boots and Shoes!
j i
EUBBEE GOODS, &cG.
Commencing February gth, 1889.
AVING DECIDED TO RETIRE FROM THK HOOT & SHOE BUSINESS,
tlio uwleraieneil \\ ill now place hia ontiro stock on the market at wholesale
I>fiT'*s: no l'CScrvc*   Everytliiti-j must lit; sold.
$OjO0O worth of Boot*-, Slices, Bli|*>|H-rg- Rubber (.looils, Shoo Findings, kc.
An ■.'.■nl;, iiiajn-tJlion will eonviiicu Uio public tlmt wc mean business. Terms—
under 330, cash* over s_30, secured notes at .'J months with interest,
__&.. e. -v7-z_*ro:-E-M:Tj-r-E,
dwdcllltc SION OK TUB _31_J_s"__'A.X*iO-i COLUMBIA STREET.
To Contractors!
rpKNDERS WILL BE HKOElVEi) BY
I tin- undersigned until noon mi Saturday, 23rd liiHt., for tlio Plastering,Brlok
Work uud hiiniln-f of my RealdeueG on
Halifax StreeU
Tlio lowcsi or any tender not necessarily
Hceepted. A. McINNES,
Front Street.
H.W.,Mi.reli 11, 1880. dmhlfilS
To Contractors!
rilKNliKltS WILL BE BEOEIVEI) BY
i. the undersit-ncd until noon on Tliurs-
day I li" '-.1st lust, for the ercetlon of a
TWO-STOItEY RESIDENCE
Oh Clinton Streets Plans nnd specifications nt my oilice.
The lowest or nny tender not iicceiwarily
aoQGptcd.
' Q. W. GRANT,
Architect.
New West., March 11, I88».        dintillld
Corbett & Kennedy,
MANUFACTUitKitfl OP
TIN, COPPER&SHEET-IRON
"WAH XL*.
WEUSTER'lt BLOCK (Ol'-STAIRS),
Fkost Sthkkt,   •   New Westminhteb,
having just opened in the
nbove line, we ret,*..----!fully solicit n
share of the trtide, inxi irunt hvenroful
iittetitl'iu to orders nnd moilei-ntu oliur-, _s
to merit the same, Experienced workmen; HutUfiicl inn i*uiintnteed.
EMlniiduifiiniiHlied forOHlviuilxeil Iron
Corn,pa, ito.iiini*, riuiniiiiiL'. aiw-fittlng,
Stenm nud Hot Water HoiuTnij-&r.
W Entrance to prjtnlses cm Mary St.,
In rear of Ilatik of B. C. dwijitiiUo
TO BE LET.
A FINE DAIRY FARM CONTAINING
ldii'aores, within half n mile of this
eity. Tlio tenant cun have U good milch
cows nnd u lease if required.
Apply to       CHAS. McUONOUGH,
dwmu7tc Front St., Westminster,
The Steamer Fairy Quean
North Arm on Mondny iie\t,
IHIilm-t. Thereafter, until furthernotlec,
leavltitf AiiHIn'a wharf on Monday's, Tuesdays, Fridays, nnd HniurdiiyH.nt 8 n.m.,
und returnlli-'thcsumuduys,
SmliSV M. G, TERHUNE.
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.
FoliniarjrW.lsS., /-27-lto
Samuel Mellard,
HARDWARE
MERCHANT,
WHSTMWSTER STREET,
CENTREVILLE,   B. C:
Dealer In Cutlery, Earthenware,
Books, btalloncrj- and Medicines.
land Ajtent, Convcj.incer, and
Notary Pnbllc.
Agent for 'The Columbian."
Post Oflli'i! AilllroM, Clillllwlinok.
WJ0MI0
GREAT SLAUGHTER
 iisr	
ST0VE8JJT0VE8!
E. S. SCOULLAR & CO.
TTAVE   MADE   SWEEPING   REDUCTIONS   IN   THIS
-*-   line to meet the different arrangements now in order,
and how 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., VAX( Ol VER.
Columbia St., WESTMINSTER.
tlwiiolyl
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 linest Stock of BUILDERS' HARDWARE in the province.
®& ■
SI'KOIAI,  ATTENTION IS CAU.Ei) TO OUR LAIIflK AND
VARIED ASSORTMENT OK
PAINTERS' SUPPLIES.
We have on hand a largo stock of Magnetic OxUlc Flrc-proof I*:iisit.
warranted 92 per ct. pure oxide, So high a grade sultl by no other house iu the city.
■jurPrirlnK llio yoar lhat we tiavn Opened we hnve mntortally roiluci-d llie iirleeaof
ever-1hiu-' in our line, ami Impe by strict nttentlon to businesa tn receive a eouilti-
unncoof tlie public -mlronagn. noldwly
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Foundry and Machine Shop
Front St., New Westminster, B.C.
ROBERT  -_t.JA.-M_r, - HXAHAOXUC.
-iS---.2_"tJ-r--.aT_TBBBB   OB
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNERY,
VUtH I MI HAI, & ALL HINDS OF MACHINERY.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
REPAIRING DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
P. S.--All orders from the upper country promptly attended to,
dwunlmtl
Douglas & Deighton,
MANUFAGUIRERS AHD IMPORTERS OF
HARNESS, SADDLES and BRIDLES
MT-JXXFS,
SADDLEWARE, ETC.
Colonial Block,
Columbia Street,       New Westminster, B. C.
SEND IN YOUll OlIUKllS.   AU- W01UC OK THB BEST .MATERIAL AND
WOitKMANSHIl-.   PRICES LOW.
noldwly
(LUNDDOM'S BUILDING, FRONT STREET)
BSAZjES   I*!*"
c. Mcdonough,
(LUNDl)OM'!
GENERAL
Constantly on flainl tin Kxtonatvo Stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries,   Boots A Shoes, Huts <& laps,
Crockery, Glassware, Ae.
BfKSIJff'S     dla    _3©-*SrS'     SUIWK.
Great Variety of Household Articles,   AUo,
CHAIN,  SEEDS,  POTATOES,   LIME nnd   GENERAL STOIIKS.
ti. It.-Farm Produce bought ill market rates or snld ou coinitilwdnn.  -ml- inlers
from Iho inicrior promplly attended to.         dwjn-:-1
(• the nMi'-
niaclum.'iil in
Clrcilllltiiill ol;
Kully III'iM- il
IllRK.     I"*'     .1 i
oopv,   I'rl ■   '
MI'NVAi    .
twiiiiliir relent Iflc Mil
#,f.ClliV:-BT8 A BUIIDERC
H Edition of C-tie.-tifo American. V
im t'nr tliu n«i of
l'i l.-i'l''.*'! ii *■»»---
.  1'lllI.lSHKHS.
»Mfii_n i hiB _A__L
Ml Vl'lllll' e.VI'i'l'ill i;v <-mi lim "
101,101 ri|-t'<!<'>itl>His  lm
elKII pllleiili,   Ki'i'fl fn
pondenco ntrk-ily eicituii-m
TRADE MARKS.
In ouo yonr nun k in nut le-iUlorcdtti thePit*
Et OtOcti, miiily l'i mi-ss .. Co., unit prootil.
_r"-'  ' *—- ■■--"
medlalu in • >t v
tund for lUndbuuk,
quickly ni-oeuruil.  Aildrcia
SKUNN de CO., I'nlenl Hollellori,
-ittnttJUi officjj: Itt Bbom-tat, IT. T*
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN &~REICHENBAOH,
i-juccEssoiis to w. n. townsend)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hams, Bacon, Hausane, Kolognas, 1.1 e.
dimly)
New Store I New Goods!
_-__*-• pxr-xozi-s
HAVISO REMOVED TO MY OLD
snmil Ih Uio Hew Blook, npuii.llr
IWoalnl llol'l. ' «»' llow l"sl""«'l l»
show u full lino In
Crockery. Cilnsswnrc, China nud
Fanry Brlc-n-Hrnc,
At prions lower tlinu ovor lioloro.   Cnll
nii'ltiee tlioril.
Aclioloolotflf
FRESH VEOETABIE k FLOWER IEEDI
Arrived to-dny. «'. J. KOIISUSI.
Koliruoryffl, IS*I. ildelSrail
WI8H TO NOTIFY THE PEOPLE OF
New Weslmlnslcr nnd vlelully Hint
lliey lmve on bund for spring planting,
SB,OOP
Choice Fruit Trees
Also, a Largo Stoek of
Small Fruits, Plnnls, Shrub-i,&c
All mail orders will receivo prottipl nttentlon. Addioss,
WALWORTH, DEWF.Y A CO.,
Cor. Columbia Ht. A ttoyal Ave.,
«wl«16inl Now Westminster, B, O.
0. E. WOODS
Und Su-veyoj.
A. 0. C'MBLE,
lloniv PueLia.
Woods, Turner S; Sample
LAND SURVEYORS,
Ae&I Eitate, buurance, Fin»oi&l Agenii
AND C0NVEYANCEH8.
__ai3isrTs u*o it
FlRB.-TheWeiiternofToronto(Tlie_it*
na, Tbo City of London, und The Hurt-
ford.
UFE,-Tho New York Life insttmnce Co.
ACOIDBNT-ThoTravcllor8»ofHnrtfor*i
1«miiiI Surveying iu all llNlinutrhoA accurately nud promptly carried out.
City mul Suburban Lamli fnr Sale*
We enn show a complete lut of desirable
localities,
Farming Landi, Improved and niiim-
proye-i- throughout tho dlslrlct.
ntnhig »nd other IIikV bought ni*il
Monty to Loan on flrst mortgage at
low ratea.	
Tklrpuonr Call No. 88,
P. O. Dhawkh w.
W00DB* TCKNBB & 6AMDLK,
Ornoi, liuuri Blhi,   -   Columiia Stout
NEW WESTMfNSTEB.
dKikllM RELIABLE! ENGINEERS.
How Locoinotlvoa Aro Kept Iu a
Good Condition.
Onlly Wiii-lc of I lu. Afuxt-irii of tho Ktii-ililiios
~-lti!'iiilri*m«iilfl for r-iiiHuiigur nml
X'l-ulght Sorvico---Work Tlmt Ito*
ijuirvM a Stoutly Iloiid.
Few people among tho thousands that
daily ootno Into Boston over tlio various
railroad:; give u thought to tho mon who sit
in tho cab of tbo locomotive, and, with clear
oyo, steady hand and atrong nerve, control
ilio pawcrful stood tbat draws tlioin ao
safely day after day, says tho Boston Itcrabl.
Tho conductor goos his rounds, collects: Ins
ftu-CL*, and receives u smile or u "•lousunt
Word from thopuunoiigorB'tho brulteir.en
composedly walk into the car, nunounco tho
numou of tho stations, aselst tlio ladict* mul
children tc outer or loavo tbo train and receive now and thon n nod of recognition;
but tho men in tho cab aro scarcoiy noticed,
though somo of tho older ones do receive,
onco in a great whilo, somo tuiten that u few
pf Uio thousands thut pass by ure not utluriy
unmindful of their existence While tlio
oral-emeu huvo duties to perform that tend
to the comfort or thu piiBsongors, and whilo
tho conductor has the general supervision of
tho train, aud Is expected to look out for tho
woll-beiug of nil his chnrgo, yot lo the men
hi tho cub of tho locomotivo aro duo Uio
lifo and safety of all on board the
train. A tromeudous responsibility rests
upon thom, uud so great Is the mental
ftlrnin upon tho ongineors that run
tho fast express trains lliey aro seldom
aUowdcd to run moro than two days in succession, nnd on somo roads four duys is re-
I'iU'dod u good week's work. But this men-
tni strain is not tho only thing lhat wears
ou an engineer. Any person who litis over
hud tho privilego of ridln&pn a locomotivo
diii co vera that tho cushionod soat of nllrst-
class passenger car is a much more com-
ferlivblo place, for the wholo vast muchino
ti'ombteB und shakes as though Instinct with life,. Thia sonstant vibration
of llio engine is suro to work mischief,
sootier or later, with the strongest constitution, and aftor a few years tho engineor discovers that ho Is suffering from kidney
disease, nud many aro tho instances
whoro onginocra hnvo found It absolutely'
, necessary to givo up tholr employment.
Tho work of engineers varies on different
reads. In some casoa tho men aro given
tlioii* engines all roady for tho road, while in
othor case's tho engineers nro required to
feed and groom their own horsoo. In tho
latter caso tho cuginoer goes to tho roundhouse iv/o or throo hours boforo it Is timo
for his train to start, and, with his fireman,
he closely inspects tho machine. He sounds
tho wheels on tho ongiuo aud tondor, and
examines closoly the entire running gear.
Ha looks after tho sand-box, and sees to it
tbat the full allowonceof oightor ton pailfuls
are ou hand; the dozon or moro oil cups aro
filial; a full supply of coal is obtained; tho
water in the boiler and tank is sounded and
if necessary, moro In taken; the air-brakes
aro tested both before and aftor tho cngino
is attached to tho train, if it is a passongcr
engine, and, In fact, ovory part of the complicated machinery is thoroughly looked
over. All this work, while of tho utmost
importance, is but prollmiuary to tho real
work of tho engineer. "When tho locomotive is at last attached to tho train, and tho
signal 13 given to start, the engineer's eye,
brain and nerve aro called into actual work.
With one hand on tho throttle ho keeps one
eyo straight ahead, watching tho track for
broken rails, fallen fi-elgnt, plied up tics,
rocks or bowlder that may have rolled down
from tho neighboring banlw,washouts or any
other obstructions; ho must notice ovory
Dwltch and stationary signal and look out
for any temporary ones; ho must keep
watch of tho water and steam gauges, to
seo that iho boilor does not get dry, and
see that ho has mi abundance of steam for
the work required of his engine. With a
clear day and a straight track ono would
think tho engineer bad enough responsibility to try him to tho utmost, but when the
thick fog settles down so that he can scarce
seo thu length pf his engine and tho train
swings round ti curvo where tho slightest
. obstruction would send It crashing down u
steep embankment or perchance pile it up
'against somo rocky cliff, it would bo strauge
' indeed if the blood did not courso moro
quickly through tho veins of tho clear-eyed
aud steady-nerved man at the throttle.
Contrary to the common boliof, it is said
by thoso who ought to know that it requires much moro skill to run a freight than
it docs a passenger train.   Of course, there
Is not so much responsibility resting upon
tho engineer of a freight train as thero
'would bo had ho tho livos of hundreds of
passengers in his keeping, but still thero
uro tho livos of his fellow-employes, and ho
has far I033 appliances for protecting his
train from disaster.   Ono of tho things that
calls Into play tho most skill and tho bost
j judgment of tho engineers of a freight
train is tho guarding against breaking the
train in two, for iu caso of such an accident
there la always tho dangor that tho do.
iInched portion may ruu bock into aoniq
train behind, or it may crash into tho forward part whon It stops.   Another thing
requiring good judgment is keeping out of
tho way of passenger trains, Which, of
course, usually have the right of way.  Bo
welt is tho fact recognized that a freight
engineer must bo a man of skill nud judg-
-'ment, it is n common saying among railroad
i men that n good freight engineer can run a
passenger train, but It ia not always that a
good passenger engineer can run a freight
train. _______________      ?
SCISSORS  AND  PASTE.
Newspaper Clippings Mado by Order ns a
l.c-gliimulo IlustnBis.
As n general thing tho patrons of the clippings bureau are only those who think they
live likely to get complimentary press
K'tieoa, says, tho Now York Sun, People
whoso notoriety is of an unpleasant nature
du not, caro to seo what tho papers say about
tbem, Nobody involved in a scandal, a
divorce suit, or a similar affair, hu. yet
inked for clippings, and one of the liveliest
letters one concern hus ever received war-
In reply to a suggestion that perhaps "Baby
Hunting1' would liko to sec what tho papers
wore saying u,l>out him and " Bunnie," Ouo
order, nml from n well-known man, too, Is
for ■'Himself aud all jokes about Boston
nml Now York Booicty." What ho wants ef
(lie Jokes is a conundrum, but he gets them
regularly, and at last accounts was still
(lllYO.
Tlio growth of tho business has necessitate 1 tho Introduction into it of a complicated
i-vstum, and has developed It in soveral
novel directions. The Icadingtopics of news-
|Mpcr comment, euch as art, literature, the
(Iiiima, politic*- and elmlUar subjects, arc;
made scparato divisions cf the business, and
every t hing povtrtinlng to each Is clipped by
lli'j Hist reudors. Theso clippings uro thon
gnu ■ ovor by the men In chnrgo of oach do*-
nartmemt, and those which may fit tho order i nf any pntron nro sorted out at tho
clo-ni of each day's work nnd mailed to him
at unco, lie has paid in advance il.
for u hundrod "clips," or nt docronslng
rtitcn up lo $40 dollars for n thousand, and
when ho has received the number paid for
tho norviod stops until a now payment la
mndo. A imin'a nccount may run along for
montlis without hia gotting ovor forty nr
fifty or the thoutand paragraphs ho has paid
foi', ami thon ho may kill his mother-in-law
pr Ao * - mi" othor famous thing and got tho
buliuico of his" clips" In less than n woelV
-Then againnmnn mny mnkon speech oil
11 Tho Issues of the Hour" ut a public ban*
quel, aud leave an ordor tho next morning
for all Unit tho pnpors have to say about it,
paying for tho tlrst hundred items In advance, Hogotalntwowooka throo casual
references to tho fact thnt "Mr. So-and-so
also :-.p ...ty' and ono humorous ullualon to
tho disparity botween tho calibre of his
mouth aud tho sizo of his brain. Thon ho
conies around wanting his money hack, nnd
sworn-tog that tho business Is n fraud.
C'i*ppiug3 nro nlso made on speculation,
, tf a woll-kuown man dlos, nil tho obituaries'
i eoltcotca und afterward offered lo somo
v .w.'ig rclatlvo for a certain amount of
'.i, Kiiucog of weddings and other events
icoi-octod and peddled lu the sumo way,
and It is said that thcluataneosnrecoinparn*
tlvely rare in which a salo Is not offoctod,
Tlm latest development ot tho business fs
roalJ*, a going hack to tlrst principle:-, aa*
cording La Mr, Uomeikc'a story of hov/ho
llrs! '- it th idea. Ii j was n good deal •/-,
Uohomiuu, nud nt one timo lu Paris It cario
to ho n oorlouu question with hlm whether
bp shell kl work or starve. Buying a paper
of an old woman at a street stand one morii-
liitf, i:;i::io:;i not to misa the latest scandal
of tho boulovards, ponding starvation, he
saw uu artist whom ho knew take several
papers from hot' and pay hor a franc nplcco
foi'tlieiu. He asked why the man paid her
so much, and was tuld that ho bad uuide an
arrangement with her by which every
mornlug when she got hor pnpors sho
looked iheia over, and if thoro was nny
thing in any of them in reference to a mat-
tor in which lhe artist was Interested nlio
mhvlcod ii uud laid those papors asid> lor
hiin. lie paid her a fraud for every paper
in whioh ahe had found uny thing lie
Wan-tod. It struck tho young Bohoufinn
that if ono man was no anxious tokuow
what tho papOV'fl oald, others would so, too,
uud thereafter he bought ull thu papers and
clipped train thom every thing iu roforcnco
to art and artists. Ho took tho clpptog.i
ubout muong tho studios, whore he had
a largo acquaintance, and poddlcd thcin
tot'what he could got. In timo ho added
literature in well as art to his Hold, ami did
so well that over-prosperity brokedow.i Jib
health, imd ho hud to go to tbo Bou'.h of
France to ro-Mporato. Thenco ho woat lu
London, and started to mako a living ia
thu buuio way thero. Tho Idon (levelopud,
howovor, ami ho soon sottlod down Into a
regular buainosf, which wns tho model for
llie twu concern!' In this city.
POETK3 philosophy.
Some Ilmii-irlriihly IJ-mutlfiil  l'lim-j-niplisi
from liugu'S ■■I.uh Mlttoriiblu-*."
Labor In tho lawi ho who rejects it will
Und e.tit U hip torment.
What prooiplooa aro idleness and pleas-
lire! D-j you know that to do nothing Is a
melancholy resolution; lo llvo In idleness on
th1.-property ofaoelciy; lo bo usolosn, that
isle say, pernicious! This loads straight
to the dupth of wretchedness. Woo to tho
man whodosiros to bo parasite 1 Ho will
become vermin.
Munis not a circle with a slnglo center;
ho Is an clli-uo with a double focus. Facts
from ono of these, and ideas tho othor.
To road aloud Is to assure one's self of
what ono Is rending. Thoro aro people who
read very loud, and who havo tlio appear*
auco of giving thomBclvcs their word of
honor us to what thoy arc perusing.
To what party did ho belong i To tho party
of humanity.
Nothing is small, iufact; any ono who is
subject to tho profound and penetrating influence of nature knows this.
All birds that fly have round their leg tho
thread of the infinite.
The F-oul of n young girl, should not bo
loft in the durk; later on, images that uro
too abrupt, and too livoly aro formed thoro,
as iu a dark chamber. She should bo gently aud discreetly enlightened, rather with
the reflection of realities than with their
harsh and direct light. A useful and
graciously austoro half light whicli dissipates pucrilo fears nud obviates full, Thero
is nothing but tho mntornat instinct, that
admirable intuition composed of lhe memories of tho virgin and tho experience of the
woman, whleh knows how this half light is
to bo created and of what it should consist,
Tiic soul aids the body, und nt certain mo.
mento raises it. It is tho only bird which
bears up its own cngo.
Poverty in youth, when it succeeds, has
this mngnillcent property about It, that It
turns tho wholo will toward effort, and tho
whole soul toward aspiration.
There has not been a despot, nor a traitor
for nearly a century back, who has not
signed, approved, countersigned, and
copied, nc variittar. the partition of Poland.
That which wo lack attraoks us, uo ouo
loves the light like llio blind man. Tho
dwarf adores tho drum-major, Tho toad
always has his eyes llxed ou heaven. Why!
In ordor to watch tho bird In its flight.
If ono is noton one's guard, lowered fortunes may lead to baseness of soul,
MOSES  TAYLOR'S WIDOW.
Hor One  lU-m-u'Icubl-.' Whim cf Extravagance I>lii**.'."i*i,d by u Coi-n-*.ji«>ii(leiit.
Thero is a wealthy New York widow who
has a church and a chaplain of her own,
writes a New York correspondent. Sho Is
Mrs. Moses Taylor. Tho church was built
by her at Long Branch at a cost of about
670,000. It is Presbytorlau, and there is a
nominal board of trustees, but Mrs Taylor
paid every dollar of tho cost and is the
owner outright. It is au ornate cililliv, nnd
one of its features is a memo* iut Blamed
glass window inscribed to her dead husband. "Blessed aro thoy that tile in the
Lord," it say3. Tho sinnor might add thai
they arc considerably blest who live possessors of the enormous wealth nccum'uliltcil by
Moacs Taylor. Ho was rather looso and
luxurious iu his earthly methods of blessedness, but ho professed Christianity a little
while before ho died, and so tho witness of
thowiu'dow Is not to bo Impeached. Mrs.
Tuylor'a chaplain Is Hov. J.H. Yomi*:, who
conducts tho services In tho church during
tho summer months, but it is at hor com-,
maud the year round, for she pays his mil:
ary of (.8,500 out of her own pocket. Tliis
religious, honovolont aud amiable lady does
not put on airs over being the richest widow
|n America. Tho fact Is, sho and everybody elso were astonished by the amount
of fortune left to hor. Ono 'of tho oxoou-
tors of tho will has just been telling tno
about it. The document did not cuminirate
tho testator's possessions, but merely
lumped the personal property, "consisting
of bonds, stocks and other securities." Tho
general impression had been that Taylor
was worth fifteen to twenty millions. Ho
had mndo n great property by importing foreign goods in his own
ships, but as to his investments he had
novor been coramunlcatlvo. On an up-
pointed day tho widow and tho executory
Opened tho doora of tho particularly solid
vault which tho old man had built into ids
pfileo. This structuro was bank-like iu vulnerability, nud tho investigators expected
to Und tho proofB of ownership to the ex,
(ont of many millions in |t. But they woro
not prepared for what thoy found. The innermost compartment was Inrgo enough tq
(iold ccrtllientOB of Btook and tho liko a*j-
•rjrltlos without folding, There waa a high
stack of theso papers, lying nearly a top of
ouo another, unwriukled and uncrcosed,
They represented Taylor's Investments hi
hundreds of railroads, hanks, insurant1,
companies and all manner of tho soundest
financial vouturcB, Tho amazed flndors of
this storo of wealth handled thom ovor in a
half-dazed way for nn hour or two. Thon
thoy set about making an inventory. Whon
they caino to odd tho totals it wns Been that
the mnrkot value of the lot was about thirty
millions, and when other proporty was
added to this tho aggregate reached fortj;
millions, or moro thou double thu current
estimate. Taylor had disliked to figure na,'
n .-juporlntivoly rich man, nnd, therefore-;
without any of tho misor's Instinct, luul
concealed tho facts from even his most lit.
timtilo friends. Ab to tho widow ami
hoiross, sho denies herself nothing thnt her
futicy domnnds, but sho is as unostentatious as hor lato huBbaud, and hor indulgence in n church and chaplain of hor own
constitutes her ono rcmnrkablo whim of ex.
trnvngnnce.
Two f-Jmiu't Hull-logs,
Ono oi tho doga livos In Springfield, Mo,,
and when tho firo burns low in tho fireplace
peforo which ho ifj itccuatonicrt to he he goes
to tho woodshed, gets n stick of wood, ana;
puts It on the coals, Tho othor dog lived in
llaeine, Wis., nud was not ns Intelligent as
tho Missouri dog. Ho tried to jump through
a swiftly rovolvlng fly whool, and, It Is Bald,
"partly succeeded. A part of him got
through and other parts wont off In different directions."
—A dtidlah voting man with reddish
sandy hnir and a par-boiled complexlco
enters, picks tin a copy of the ue«
society novel, by Mr. A: Lqwheeto, that
no one In or out of society reai|e., and is
beard to soliloquize in (bis fashion t
"Sublime: Immense! By God, Unit i
ouncrbl  Whntagcniual Oh.Cicsnf
Olerk—Ah! you must bo Mr, Low
hods, are vou not, sir?
Author (proudly)--Yw, sir.
Clork—I thought so,
VANCOUVER CITY
Foundry i MachineWorks
THK PROPRIETORS OK THERE
works lmve much pleasure in notify?
in-* I heir friends and Iho public thai they
an; now prepared tn receive and promptly
exe.uie miy iink-is forworh In llielr lino
with whicli lliey mny he favored.
A. HeUEK-VIE,
Mechanical Mamtgrr,
Vann-iivr r, ]i.c.,siii May, 188S,
-'■■■■ Piylgh*    _
tubnlrTbeetok k GO.
MERC H A NTS,
tfll.lHF 8TRKKT • VH'TOI'IA.
■nUMTS   ZWO-_
Ninli Bi-lllsli and Mercantile
insurance Co. for Mainland.
M. C. BEETON A. CO.,
36 Filiahury Circus,
London, R. C.
PORT  HAMMOND
NURSERY
Frull Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Frulls
And GARDEN SfOOK OH hand In gnd'l
va l'l el.v.
Everything flrst-ctaes mul furnished in
good shape,
UB-Scnd lU'cln, for-VNlunbloJO-iif-ge-De*
seripllvi' I'litalDL'iie with li ti'-nnllftil col*
nn.IplaipM.   prlee Lints ii in free,
fl. V. FlKKllY,
dH-dolOIr Poll n-uiiiimnil.U. f*.
Goal, Woodwork
TiMtV. DNDBRBIOMKD  KEEPS   ."ON-
J    -.liinlly In slnrk Ihe
BEST WELLINGTON COAL
Wood and Bark,
Whl-.1i    !,n  will    sell   ill   llio  Lll-VI'.ST
nATESi!ml deliver |iniii'ii'I.Vi
tm. Iir-li'is le/l ,,l ll„. slori'-r,'Mr. .Mr-
rull mul Mr. McDonoilfli "'III lu-rivo
nllolillnn,
Tli.lii. nm iiiiik. alnblos, corner of
Douslns nnd (.'o! ll 111 hln Kneels,
HENRY ELLIOTT.
Now Wcsl., II. C, Nov, S, IS&>.   (Inn'illo
TO glOEEIS.
IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
CIQAIt, ASK FOB THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
_ m* MAINLAND.
WTThey are not only made of tho
fllui-TSt TflllitCCO but thev nro of
Home Matuirucliirc. mul should be
patronized hy nil good citizen**,
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
iioi.uiitnm lti'll.trtNO,
COLUMBIA STBEET,        HEW WESTMINSTER.
llwlinnly
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PfiOVISIONS.
—ALSO—
A WEIL-SELECTED STOCK OF
DRYCOODS
AND FURNISHINGS,
AT THE  LOWEST I'RK.ES.
I,UNI)BOIIM'H BLOCK,
1'oliinibls Street,      New Westminster.
noldwly
North British nnd
Mercantile
FIEB
INSURANCE
COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED 1800.
Capital,    -   814,000,000.00
OP  LONDON.
Capital,
S!l,7.1",000.(i(l
HATF.S  AS    LOW   AM   ANY  OTIIKlS
COMPANIKS I OINU  lll'NINI'MK
IN IIRITISHCOLUMIUA.
T. Gh. 7AQTJES
Agent for New Weatmlnater City
nnd Dlstrlot. djo22tc
Harrison Hq^Springs, B.O.
HK.UTH AKD ri.KABI.KK RESORT.
HTKAM, HAIL 4 HOW BOATS ON HAND
MivlmnilnK. TniMirnnil 1-iKni-- lltillii,
With experienced Atn-mtuntn.
LADIES   DEPAUTMENT 8EPAKATE.
Term.) 91.00 to 43.00 per tin)*,
onlv 5 mili'i* frum Affarmti, Blntttm, 0. P.
It. Reduced It. It. and Hti'iinit-ir-t rnlon.
K-i.-in-Hiun nituB l'oim! fm* m> duyi* frmn
Wi-Htmli ritrr tu Aifim-il.", Stiillnn nml ve-
turn, C-i. Hiitni-dav i-x-'ardon intc, un-id
null! follow)nK M-in'lu.v, _*.50- f'nmforl-
ublo HlnuoH ini-t-tnll triilnu. Ticket-* onu
be obtnlncd at R. II. oflice.      dni-23tc2aw
CHANCE OF BUSINESS.
Surrey Express uud Stage Line
HT, THRIFT, OF HALL'S PRAJHIE,
„ lioreby miidi-i-H hln thiiiika lo his
friends, palroni-unii the public gt'iifrnllv,
who lmve (Hlnco llie ofjlabllBhmcut of tliu
Surrey Express iiml Stage Line), nccortletl
him sueh liberal nnttoiiii--e; ns be lias difi-
Kofled of ttie whole business to Htr. Win-
Jrby.be would i-csj-ecifully solicit ncon-
tlndunco of tbo public eonfldenee nnd patronage for bis successor.
H, T. THHIFT.
Hall's Prairie, Mnr. 15,18811.   mhlOdwim
Tin: NCKiti.Y i;xi*«e:-:s.
WILLIAM 0. KinilY WISHES TO AN-
iniiiiice that lie hns purchased
llieHiaj-e Line and good will of business
from Mr. II. T. Thrift, and will mako his
flrst trip from Hall's Pniirie to Westminster on Monday, March 18tli, mid ('ontliiue
to run regularly Monday and Friday In
eaoh weeki returning tbo following doys.
Wm. 0. Kirby will run tlie stago line on
strictly businesa principles, In the short*
csttlme,while theelosest nttentlon will
bo given to all commissions,and the comfort of pn* sengeis made a special object,
nibltlii .lm
330-S32 lOlillOVA STIIBKJ,
VAW€OUVKi«vB»-l'.
Imporlers mid Den lei a in
(Vf AGHSNERY
op all iiEKOitri'iqsa.
MARINE WORiTa SrEClALTY.
To ||i| ll
AND OTHERS.
I'oiMltii'H for Ktcitui Service.
rnENllKllS WILL UK HECiKIVEH AT
1 thoi fflce of Hi'.' tiiHtPr-ijiiu'd up In
■i p.in, iiit tin1 •::;■'(! da*, vi tt.-och f ii- ;i
\U»':'i'::ii- "■ '■:■■:■ V " !■( '.- n
Norili Anm.f Km oi river.   Sr v <';•'-.'
fn in lln* in-nli aid miihIi side id c
L.I..111I iilH-mili-lv, iMiniiiu. tin- . 1
.1.1 v . :iil I :ih..v. i:;y im!-si-ii»f* s to 1-.-111r.ill
tin-<-iiv ni IiM-i tliri!i!iioiiis;.-ci'vi.- {.,
itiiliy uxirent Sundays nnd such time
iinvigatlon mny bo obsjriictcd. and
contliitiBforone yenr. Ftii'Mierpniilculi
ou npidlcathm to lheundtd'alBi.ed.
Tlm lowest or nny tender no! neccr-sui*
aeceplcd,
Hy Order, _\ HOn*-OX,
OityI'lBi'k'-tOtllce. t-'ity Cbrl:
Wcsliiiln-tci', Feb, _, 1660. fflfldw
M.A.McRAE
MERCHANT TAILOR,
IS SEtLING AT
Reduced Prices!
TO MAKE I100.U FOB
SPRING STOCK
Opp. Oolonial Hothu
CoLt-HniA St.,   •   New Wi'stmixstkh.
Dominion Lands,
tf YOU ARE PAV1NO FOIl YOUIt
I.   P'o ompllonur for ifiii of Sljnlngor
1.1 i/.'iij; l.iuiii, Di- hnylmt Farm, Mhihu
nniiij- liiiiil doin tin' Pii'iiihiuu (■,"•._"U-
ment,
DO NOT PAY GASH
BUI |,u.v in SCIUP  nml suvo n
B-rlf
ALLOWAV &,  'm\.!.mm
BAJs-KBBS,
WINSII'KU,   MANITOBA,
OH FROM
THK HANK UK UlllTIBII (OlillMllI',
NBW WliSTMINX'l-EH.      E:S
ihvmliiilo 1'
Holbrook_Eslate!
SALE   OP
Valuable Property.
miiB i--(ii.i.»\vis'ii DEScninnn i.otm
1 nrooirea'd rni'ssln, In jmn or wlioloi
WITS, DLOL'K .'. Colnilluln nml l'nml
,ii'i is.tii:,!'.:. n :h oslorcs tin roon,
l.i'T'.'.1. m.iif'l,- ]: ggtlai C-nlnmbiitnu-l
i-|ntl(son8ir«*is.wiiiiiiiiiiii!ii.silii rooil.
I.OTH   III A  111,  lll.i t'lv ''. M.tlJ slrcel; -.'
■■-. "Itti   html   liiil-lml   hiittsn nml
,.:-hii nl.
I.nT III, OI1UI1I1 I, Vi>< innrrr loiul.roa-
I 'lllltll.-.'lillltCtCS.
1 fs'Tiit- nliovo I'ropsrly brings in n rent*
nl of 82811.00 per 11101HI1
l;'iii' fiiiili«-r nnrllcnliir, "ml  lenn" "(
Ml|.',nuu|)--|
TII08. OVKNS'
Rliirlu-nllli * Mni'lilni'Hliiir,
Mnrotinnl Hqnnio.
Kfl» IVrslllllnsl.i, IL C. llocaio
KSTABLISIIKI) l»')».
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Henri) Opposite thn Oolonial Hotel,
NEW WKSTMINSTER.
T
[HB LARGEST AND   .HOICKST
auortment of nit ileticvlptioiiD of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Conatontiy on litinil, ami Vtipplto'1 to Vam
lilt-H, Beatfturanti, mid SrtAinhtja'te :it tlie
LOWEST POKS1HLB TIUCKS.
BOOK-KEEPING & AUDITING
0
N RBASONABLB TERMS.   Address
'C," Columbian Offlce,        ddelitc
AN,:
TO   LET.
I3W HOUSE ON AUNES STBEET,
oiiliilning nine rooms not nil mod-
in provetm-iils.—Apply lo
Il.S.8INCLAin,or
Jl. SINC'LAIlt,
hlli!3 CollimbluSt.
W. 0. LOYE,
IIejmirlii„ fVcatly  Done.   Cork Sole
Work a S-ieulally*
WOrdcrs promptly attended to.
Clnrksoir. St., in rear of Colonial Hotel, next to Hand Bros.' offlce.  dncllc
"tSTOTIOB.
\T0T1CB IS HEREBY GIVEN that 1
L\ hnve applied tothe Honorable Minister of the Interior for a. Ilcensfito cut,
Imlii'i-on the followliitidtHdjIbed Dominion lands In New Westminster Dlatrfet,
lint..sh Colnmbla, neeofdlui* lo tlm Pro-
vine ui Unveiuiiient survey thereof:
W'-st K Sect Ion 2-t. Soolion 27, nnd Enst
^seellon _K, iiiTortiisbipfli; and
Houlti-easl V„ Section 23. North y ftee-
tlon 2J, Soiitli-west M Se-'tloii 21 and
Kouth-wesi y. Section 23, TowiiKblp fl).
HENRY V. EDMONDS.
New West., "lb March, 1883,      dmli8ml
WM. H. VIANEN,
WHOLESALE
!i s Game Dealer!
FRONT  STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
«B nichest Price jmiil for Furs nml
Hoer Uitlcs.
Corre.piiiKlt'iico InviR-.l. 1-ji.Tt'lei'honL'
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1889.
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1889.
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Addreu        UABPEK A DUOS., Naw York.'
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KENNEDY BROS.
nol PHOPWETOM.
THE ATTRACTION
Of Oolumbia Street
JAS. ROUSSEAU'S
GREAT CLEARING SALE
GOOD-FITTING BOOTS AND SHOES CONTRIBUTE
much to the health and comfort of every home. Therefore,
everybody ought to know that Jas. ROUSSEAU'S is decidedly the
cheapest place in New Westminster where the people of this Dis-
trict can purchase the best Boots and Shoes at the cheapest
prices.
I will allow 10 per cent, discount on all cash purchases to
the general public for the next sixty days, to make room for a
LARGE SPRING STOCK now en route.
REMEMBER,—if you want genuine good Boots and Shoes
the proper place to purchase them is at
Jas. Rousseau's,
Custom Work promptly attended to
SX Oolixm-ol* Stxa-tt.
d-rto
CASTORIA
far Infants and Children.
"Cs^mUIsk w-JIslspM toet_M tk-41
l**-*ominendtlu-»pe-l<)rlo-jirpr-*-rij_, I
taosmte-M.''     ai.ij__-tB„        1—-_.:■■-—.m~-
m*t.O_tmitA,*m_>yn,yi.x.   |*-___)__■
"fn Ctmvt Otttwat, Tl _n*7 St-M, S."
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
AGM.Ld.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S.  MASON,
CTJYLER A.  HOLLAND,
LAND,   )
DIRECTORS,
W. ELSON.
Merchant Tailor,
PORT MOODY, B; C.
Hr. Elson will be at tlie Colonial Hotel
tbo tlrst Wednesday In eaeh montb for
thepurposeof lalilinronters.    'dwJaSSte
Wa. A. Dashwood-Jones
FKIH C-UFMIII* m WCAl
FmitsUepties
ALWAYS ON HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
d'Ulte
AUSTIN'S NAY MARKET
For Hay, Straw, Wheat, Bran, Shorts,
Oil Cake, tto.
AUSTIN'S STORE
For Groceries, Hardware, Rope, Flat-
form Scales, Ao,
AUSTIN'S CELLAR
For Choice Potatoes, Carrots, Turnips,
Onions, Ae,
AUSTIN'S STABLE
For Good Teams and Sober Teamsters.
AUSTIN'S PRINCIPLES 1
Square Dealing and Total Abstinence.
-JfeSOtc
Hit Mer
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed f Sale Stables
THE 80U8CB1BEM ARE NOW PREPARED TO TUBN OUT
DOUBLE AND SINGLE RMS
At Special Low Rates.
Snjjj- and All Eri of Tnainf
Done at Shortest Notice.
BnrCardwMd delivered to any part of
the City.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention.
a&rBtables nearly opposite C. P. R. Depot, Colombia St., NewWeslminuter,
djalltc      QILLEY BROS. Props.
Feed,LiveryiSale
STABI.ES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. Id. WISE,
PBOrBIKTOIl.
GOOD DRIVING 4 RIDING HORSES
for Hire. Hacks e.11 at all Steamer,
and Train..  Speoial attention ilven to
Boarding Home..
COAL AND WOOD
Constnntir on Hand.
Order, may be Kit at th. OBJo. or Ma-
th.rs*HIIII*tan,(Mm|--tea1limlu -
Front Street.HewWsst. dseJl
JOHN I. OOX, Pro*.
Black, B.« »»« Pitt Sua...
To-sloasa O....,    Ko-,.*. Duku.
My Yards are open for Inspection.
awmbSto
BT WAT OP THB
For AcoommodeUon ol Sceond-Claas Fas
 Kipres. Train*.
srasers,aU*_s-l to I
Fan Iroi
HEAO OFFICE, ■ IS Serjeants Inn, Fleet St. • LONDON, ENS.
The Business of ALLSOP tt MASON haa been merged In the ahor. Compan?
and will be carried on by the Company from this date as a general Land Investment
and Insurance Agenly.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Rates, Town Lots and Fanning
Lands for Sale on easy terms. .
Viotoria aC,MayUth.lsW. ;-  '■'•""" dwjtne
Laid Reglslry Ordlauce, HTS
New Westminster Subnrtm Let Ko. IS,
BloeiX.
A CERTIFICATE OF INDEFEASIBLE
Title to tbe above mentioned Lot
will be Issued to Henry Elliott on tb. 1Mb
day of June, 1889, unlcsaln th. meantime
a valid-objection thereto bemadetotbe
undersigned. In .writing, by Mme person
claiming an eitate or Intereat In said Lot
or some part thereof.
It. W. ARMSTRONG,
.   .~_^   __, OtyMy Registrar.
Land Registry Offlce,
New We.tmln.ter, 7tb Mareh, UB.
  mWdsm
THE WESTMINSTER
Poultry Yards
t\_S
\m_____\\\\t Light Irak-au,
y^_        P.nrldg. ooekktu,
AJK- riya..alk Boeka,
^_\\\WKt   W kl t. Ike. Bl'k S-wmUk
Wklt. Cra.t.4, Blaek nmt Man
Pal-uad..
Btlv.r-v.-Mllt.aI Bern.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
I Oil) Bioad _. and IS Pall Mux,
LONDON.
INSTITTTTED 1808.
THORIN80BINO HOUSES * OTHER
Buildings, Ooods, Wans, Muohan.
i, Manufacturing and Fanning Stook,
Ship, in Port, Harbor or Dock, and th.
Cargo*, of such Ve-sels; alao, Ships build
lag ud repairing, Barges tad other Vas
sen on navigable riven aad canals, and
Ooods on board snch Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Inland ud la Foreign
Countries,
IBM MW M MUSI ii nn.
8absoribod aad Invastod Capital,
£1.600.000 STG.
Rates of Premium snd evory Inform,-
Hon ou b. obtained on application tn
W. J. ASMSTS0HB,
Agaat for Now Wo-drat-urtsr.
To Su Francisco, Cal.,
•j
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
WOKm^muviAB^toMm
folttosiMtdlu AlMM
mmtmmwmjtmHimqnj
pullman aunvr nnNM
TOURIST SLtT-fflNO GARB
TH_uo'h'nora» t»«ll -Mats toatk
ud East, via C-Ilhrnl*.
CiTTOmo, No. IM Cor. Flnt * Aids.
BtreeU!
™"2Sbit. "• riZmt.m jpm.fi British Columbian
iuwlay Bf enlMs Marcli It, IHSt.
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Uay-flnst insertion, 10 eta. per lino; subse-
_uent Insertions, 5 «U. per line.
SI unfit UK Advertls«me«ts,-Profeasloii-
nl or Business Cards-_a per month. Special rates for general traila advertlHing,
according, to space occupied and duration
of contract, ,__,,_____   -i      *
Am-Hon inicsi wliMdlsptead.ijJuirged
"i per cent: less tnan transient -ulvte- If
•-oiid, oharg(-d at regular trahstent rates.
Mprdal Noiiec* among nading raatter,
■m ct», ner line each Insertion. Specials
tusertetl bv tne month nt reduced rates.
Births, Marriages and Deaths, $1 for each
Insertion: Funeral Notices In connection
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Transient Advertisements.-First insertion, 10cts. per line solid nonpareil; sub*
-sequent Insertions, 7 cts. per llne.
Stand I'nit Ad vert Iscmcnls,—Pi of ession*
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i'pi'iliil ritli'** f«ii'general tradeadveitislng.
guiicl.'il Notleos, -Births, Marriages and
Deaths, same rates as Dally.
tuis must be fill mett-liapd-fprliiraooutij
Mi nxlra mt« vill be uhntwd.
OtrPcriiiuis *ii'iulliig In uUverl'Isemcnls
should he careful to state whether they
nro ton. pour in the Dally ISdltion, or tlie
WeclMy.iii-i'-iti-. A liberal reduction Is
marie when insc-H-M in both. Nomiver-
tlaeibont Inserted for less than fl.
8UBBGRIBER8
Who do not ■■(■-■oiv-i iln-ir paper regularly,
frnm the Harriers or  through   Uio Post
Otlice, will confer a favnr by reporting the
siimo tothe- offlco of mibtlcation nt onco.
NEWtoVERTlStME-m THIS DAY.
Piano Tuning 1'iof. A. Angerman
Marble and Granite.....-: V. Wade
Salmon averaged U tu a heat lust
night.
Latest '-jtyleB in Ladies Mantles at
tfttVGlobe Houao. *
The delayed train arrived at 5
o'olock tlii^iuormnf,'.
Tlieatr. Dunsmuir leaves for Nanaimo to-morrow morning.
A now single harness for sale cheap.
Apply to S. J. Thompson. *
Fresh Eastern and Native Ovstors,
served in every style- at the Club. *
Go to Geo. Mead's and get your hair
cut—25 cents; tho best saloon in the
city. *
Prof. A. Angerman nil} bo on haiid
to tuno pianos in a few days. See
adv.
■The Btr. Gladys loft for up-river porta
thia morning with freight; and passengers.
Go to Reidt's for bargains in swamp
lnti and 1 ond 8-acro lots, suburban
property. *
Finest lot of Ladies', Misses' and
Children's Now Spring' Hats; latest
fashions, nt Jas. Ellard & Co.'s.     *■
Seven fishing boals woro at work
opposite the city tlm morning. Good
catches are anticipated this week.
The Toronto Globe has changed front
ou the.Tasuiyt Estates' Bill, und now
ugorouily calls for it? disallowance.
Don't forgut tlio Choral Union Concert nt the Oddfellows Hall to-night.
A splendid musical treat is promised.
■ Juat received—the latest styles in
Ifcibbuiis, Feathers, Digrettes mid
Fancy Novelties, at Jas. Ellard it Co's.
Ttie Vancouver council appointed a
city comptroller last uitrjit. C. Tetloy
receivoil ihe appointment at a iwhiryof
gilOO per month.
The steamer lUinbow arrived from
Victoria last night with a cargo of
freight. She left for the capital at 7
o'clock this morning..
P. Wado, of Vancouver, ntiimifuo-
tereraml dealer in mat Uo and granite
mounmonts, head str:,ea, mabUcs and
furniture marble, has un adv. in -his
piper.
We have received a consigumout of
Raum & Brandes'celebrated Americii
Confectionery; it is A. 1,; give it a
trial.—Macpher-.ui & Thomaom, the
Druggists. *
The resolutitlVts passed at the public
meeting on Saturday night, against
the draining of Buniaby Lake, were
unanimously endorsed by tlie city coun
eil. hist night,
W.,) .Stokes, uf Nanaimo, and Geo,
Irving, t*f Vancouver,'will  ruu  a  50
mile foot  race in  Vancouver for
purse of $200, the race to  take place
within two-weeks.
Building operations in the upper
[ib'rtiori nf the Bfry  are  beginning to
lo ik intiTL'stin*,'.     New buildings
course of gfftQLiun am be seen spring*
ing up iu every direction.
Work on MunnV cannery, on the
No:th Arm,' is progressing rapidly.
The out buit.dinw are beinst quickly
cmiBtriibted »nd tlie cannery itself will
■i-oii lie ready for interior fittings.
fnth Ontario 'Issetl Sly Mr. More
ilith's rt-aoliilio'ii- ii-on sing to take
the liquor lice:, i..: -../.vet* froir the
giivoLiuieu! i ud -'ire it if) the - :titity
court.', wai di-fe-iteJ by a vote of 43
to 23.
At the |.."c** cot'irij this morning
Cliiuaioaii n .mud Tung, a Cliinc-c
chein'st aud druggist, appeared to answer the charge trying to evade the
city revefiii) by-law. Ho was fined
g5, and forced tit take out a liaconso,
Mr: Chas Heard addressed the
meeting fur men at the Y. M. C. A.
'ruonis last Sunday. Considering the
rainy weather, the meeting was well
attended, 70 boing presont. Two
young mon requested prayers and ox-
pressed a desire lu become Christian,'.
J. C, MoLnjrnn; jr., son of Mr. Mc-
Lagiviof lhe VifliciiUVor World, waa
presented with a silver-headed cane
on Thursday evening by tho employees
of Messrs Unl! & Gespel, Mr, Mc*
****•*. Lagan will iunvu fur Vancouver in a
few days io accept a position in the
ofii-ioof-.tho Vanoouvor Wine Com*
pauy.
Anyoira wishing their name and
bu-iim-sa locution mi T. Grant it Co's.
Business Guido can oommunicato with
0.:'McKeti»ie, P. O. Box 117. Also
' anyone requiring painting, paper-hanging, etc , by leaving thoir orders at tho
anno address or calling at the oilice
; nn UfokViii street, will receive prompt
ut'teiitioii. AU work guaranteed, and
prioos low. tc*
A mooting of the Cricket olub was
liofct liwt nighfi'fi .the court houso and
the following gentlemen wore elected
lo fiftloo-for tho preient yenr: President
. G. J), jrymnor; no.'-president James
. Wilwnt "jeotutnry treasurer G. M.
Dockrill. Committee: A. J, Arm-
jrtronjr. GUftrd, Br.. Fsgan, Bovill,
Toviilev, HnjlWBfi P°v. p- Woods
•Wc.' mjtn<r.' rrmho. will be com-
inencooi at, the earliest possible date.
At th& meeting of tho Vancouver
oitytfduh'cilhst night a communication was irowive-3 from the secretary of
the publio mooting held in this oity on
' thtatitiy'WW ftwIoilM' a copy of
rewlutioiH wioiit tbo Burnaby Lake
mutter. ' -Tlio : Varico'ivor counoil oonHrtttod the notioft of the meeting
by palling • it rosolntion protesting
againit the juweege ot -. the opnoximis
buL with initructione that the resolu*
tion b* forwwdod to the bgbktun,
. ■'■  ''■!■ ;- ;
Mr. U. Doug las, president of the
Suuthern Kiiiiway Co , received a despatch from Tacoma, yesterday, which
stilted that aU things in coneeotion
with the building of tho N. W. &B. B.
Railway aro getting along nicely. The
public cau rest assured that "all's woll,"
and a week, or two at tho furthest, will
ecc our long wished hopes gratified.
t'oiiHiillilnlctl Cunning t'luupit ny.
The British Columbia Canning Company of London haa.bocu incorporated
with a capital of ,*?500,000. The company comprises a number of English
capitalists und several British Cu*
lunibinm*. Tho following etvuncrics
wero purchased by tho Company:
Winddur Cannery, Skeoiin .River;
British Columbia Cannery, Fraser
River; Rivera Inlet Cannery and the
Windsur Cannery, Skeena River. The
firm uF Fiiidlay, Durham &■ Brodie will
bu agents fur the linn in British Cu-
lumbia and London.
loot nail.
Tho Vancouver foot ball club hold
meeting laat night and decide? to
decline another game with New
Westminster in consequence of tho
action that club had taken with regard
to the mainland match." Probably if
tho truth woro told Vancouver's di-
citnon would bo found to be based on
ether and moro important grounds.
Westminster .was notjnirly treated in
the Mainland- Island arrangement-*,
and because it resented ti one-sid'od
scheme Vancouvor embraces tho opportunity to sulk. Messrs. Lister and
Greame were elected members of the
Vancouver club at the meeting last
night.
 .—*s> ,  .,,...	
Cheap Street Work.
The management of the Royal Cily
Planing Mills Co., with their usual
liberality, offered to supply and deliver
ou tho ground, free of charge to tho
ity, slabs and sawdust sufficient to hll
up that portion of Richards and Columbia streets from lot 20, block 1. to
completo Royal Avenue and Edinburg
street. Tho only expense thu city
was to be put to in the matter was tlio
payment of a man to spread the sawdust nnd lay the slnbs. Tlio offer was
accepted and tlio work commenced last
Wednesday and is progressing rapidly.
If all our streets could be opened and
built up as cheaply as aro those in the
swamp,    the taxpayers would   not be
likely to complain.
 -*--..—
Increased Hall Service.
New postal arrangements have been
concluded whereby a mail is despatched
daily for Vancouver and Victoria, by
tjio.l o'clock train. Sunday excepted.
One mail a day between two such
important cities aa Woatminsu-r and
Vnncouver lias long been fell to ha
Inadequate, and the increased service
will be hailed with delight by the
business mon and inhabit'inta 'generally of the terminal cities. Tho
next improvement tho post oilice
department should inaugurate ia belter
puit-il connections with the outlying
municipalities and settlements, These
settlements are growing rapidly in
importance and their requirements are
every day increasing.
A-niiolnlcd to WluiriievU.
Rev. Mr. Dunn who formerly had
charge of the Presbyterian mission at
Wharnoek and for tho laattuo years
has been laboring in the good cause at
Alberni, arrived in tho city a few days
ago on his way to Wharnoek, to which
fctalibo he has been pcrmantly appointed. Mr, Dunn was appointed to
Wliarnock about a year ago, but the
people uf Alberni would not allow hiin
to leave iliom so soon, and bo remained
iti order to accomplish ft portion of tho
good work su successfully commenced.
Beforo leaving Alberni handsome presentations, accompanied with addresses,
woro made to both Mr. and Mra.
Dunn, who seem lo lmve boen deserted
favoritoe with the entire population of
that settlement.
KcHCivicltnMdltis-x.
While in Victoria last week Mayor
Hendry interviewed the government
on the subject of the immigration
Bheda, which for the last year have
btrcn the headquarters of many families
who either did not caro to pay rent ur
were unable to do so. Tlio government transferred to Mayor Hendry tlm
absolute control t.f the shed, to be used
for tho ci.'ic offices until tho new City
Hall is built. The sheds will be repaired, painted tied put into a habit*
ablo condition at tin early date, and
will then bo used ns n City Hall till
tho propused civic buildings nro erected. The presentcouncil chambers and
civic tifliccs aro not a credit to the city
and even tho change to the immigration
sheds will be a vast improvement.
8nccesil'ut  Krlrgnlcs,
The delegation sent to Victoria by
tho oity council to promote certain in
portant in tores ts of the city with the
provincial government, has return im!
having successfully accomplished ils
mission. The government received
tho delegation cordially, mid treated it
fairly and liberally iu evory way, and
every member of the delegation is
warm in praise of the open and manly
treatment.they received. The application for tho transfer of Market
square to tbe city, as a Bite for thu new
City Hall and market, was granted and
many other important concusBioiiB
were made by tho government which
will prove of inestimable value to tho
eity. Tho delegation did ite work
nob'y nnd desorves tbo unanimous
thanks of tho whole oity.
The Ftuid Roonis.
Our sanctum was invaded thi-- afternoon fey three gentleraon, of whom
any city might woll be proud. These
wero Mr. B. Douglas, president of the
Southern Railway- Capt. E.S. Scoullar
and Mr. (i. D. Brymner, Manager of
tho Bank of Montreal. Tho object of
the visit was to supplement the
Exhibition Fund, nnd Mr. Douglas
opened the proceedings by putting
down his name for the handsome
amount of $100. Capt. Scoullar
promptly followed with SoB-00 and
Mr, Brymnor closed tho invasion by
doubling tho amount of his first subscription. Here is an example for n
hundred othor well-to-do citizens to
follow., Wostminstor has commenced
a year of enterprise, and the exbibitimi
most not be the least in the hint ory of
tho season.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
VICTORIA NEWS.
Hin-'-lui'*  Hi-1.uii*„   Itampunt    t'ov-iii-
im-itt    UlllrlulH  H-*relve Visits From
Spec-ni Io tlio Coiaim MAN,
Burglars did the city hut night.
Wallers furniture store was cn'oied
and six holes drilled into the safe.
The burgiers wore evidently disturbed-
having left tho premises without further operations and abandoned broken
drills and a can of powder. The house
of J. McB. Smith, provincial auditor,
was gone through but nothing of value
taken. Tlie burglars took a lunch of
crackers, cheese and beer in ihe dining
ruom. Tho houae of W. C. Gore,
provincial surveyor general, was entered. Mr. Goro invoke and touiul a
man in his room and reached for a
pistol, but thu man made oil'. Another
dwelling house was entered and forty
dollars, a watcli and chain and some
liquor taken.
UolRgtiuo-l Work.
Mr. D. Chisholm, M. P., is doing
his best nt Ottawa to further tho interests of tho Westminster militia, and
hia efforts will be greatly appreciated
by all w!io favor t!ic proper equipment
and training of our citizen soldiers, hi
a letter received by Lieut. Glover-
yesterday, from Mr. OhUhuhii, ho
statea that the new uniforms for tho
Westminster lilies have gone forward
and may be expected to arrive any
day. He litis strongly urged upon the
government tlio necessity uf repairing
the drill shod, and hu is confident that
a eulticiunt sum will be placed iu the
supplementary estimates for that pur-
poao, Regarding the improvements
required on the riflo range, lie hopes
to secure an appropriation "which will
put the range in first-class condition,
Everyone hopes that Mr. Chisholm s
elFurls will all result successfully.
Kityui Columbian Eiospit.il.
A movement is on foot among a number of leading citizens to obtain from
the govern mon t, in trust, the property
reserved in this city fur hospital purposes, and frum Iho proceeds of the
sale of which to build a li'w Royal
Columbian Hospital on a more suitable
site than that at present occupied.
Tho present building is old aud
thoroughly unfit for hospital purposes,
and a new building is almost an absolute
necessity. Tho proposal of the promoters of this laudable scheme waa
laid before the council last night and
unanimously adopted. The Royal
Columbian Hospital is a mainland
institution, and persons from all parts
of the country aro entitled to admission
and medical tvealment theiuiu. The
new scheme, therefore, is worthy of nil
the assistance tho parliament and government of the country can bestow.
If the proposal ii carried out Westminstor will shortly hayo a hospital
second to none m the province.
A lYrMniliiHlrrNunilicr.
W. W. Shaw, tho business rep'ro-
senlativu ef the West Shore magazine,
is in town, making arrangements for
the Juno number of the magazine.
Ib is proposed thnt this number shall
contain at least three ur four full pages
of illustrations of Wostminstor—fino
stone engravings-—and a general write
up of the city—this U tu occupy the
lirst pait of the book. In ordur that
this enterprise should bo successfully
earned out, the representative btisinosB
men will he requested to advertise in
this number. It will also bo necessary that a certain number of copies
shall bo sold. Mr. Shaw i3 ready to
roady lo make stipulations in tho terms
of hia contracts for salo of copies aud
ads. which will render contracts void
if his part of tho agreement is not
carried out to the very letter. The
West Shore is tho only illustrated
magazine on the Pacific coaat, lias been
in operation for fifteen years and has
a regular circulation of over 85,000.
Five thousand copies are distributed
on west bound trains from St, Paul,
Minn., monthly, freo of charge.
It lull I'lnrt-i' Oln-iln--'. Urporlrd,
An old-time trader from tho far
north passed through Donald one day
thia week on his way to the Coast.
He told a ireitid hero that the half-
broeds of the Northwest had discovered
rich placer diggings in creeks that form
lhe headwaters of the Athabasca river.
Tlie gold is reported as coarse- and tlie
bedrock shallow. Tliu half-breed.- -in-
keeping the find very quiet, and llie
trader said it was difficult to obtain
authentic information ns to tlie precise
location of the ground'. The onu thing
that hi* had positive knowledge of, was
lhat the ground U rich and the gold
coarse. The headwaters of the Athabasca can easily ha reached from Donald; iu fact Donald would be tho British Columbia outfitting point fur tho
new diggings. From Donald down the
Columbia river to the Boat Encampment is 00 miles, good boating water;
from the Boat Encampment over tho
old Hudson's Buy Company portage to
Committee Punch Bowl lake is 40
miles, and that lake is the source of
the Athabasca river. That would
make the total distance from Donald
but littlo over 100 milea. The trader
did nut expect to remain mure than a
week on tiio Coast, then would return
to hia trading-post in tbe Northwest,
outfit a party, andatatt for tho diggings. It hai liucu long supposed
that gold in quantities would be found
in that country, and now tbe supposition ii a certainly.—2Yuf/i
When EbIit wu olok, we gave her Cutoria,
When ahe iraa a Child, oho criod for Cwrtorla,
When alio hoc-une Mias, sho clans to Csatoris,
When she had Children, she gave them Cutoria
LATE CANADTAN  NEWS.
Mara is asking from the Dominion
government nn appropriation to build
a custom Iioubo at Kootenay.
Col. Martin, M. P. P. for Rimouski,
was stricken with paralysis in tho Quebec parliament houae. His condition
is critical.
If is stated that W. D. Balfour, M.
P. P, for South Essex, Ont., will re
sign, in consequence cf the failure of
tho legislature to grant a railway chart
er which he had promised his constituents.
Thero has been a great influx of do
serters into Niagara and other Canadian bordor towns from tlie United
Statos fort Yoiiiu-fitown, N. Y., owing
to a disagreement between tho officers
and mon, tho bitter declared lhat they
woro treated liko dogs.
City council.
Tho city council met at 8 o'clock last
night for tho transaction of business.
Present, Aldermen Curtis, Scoullar,
Ewen, McPhaden, Jnqu.cs, Cunningham, Townsend and Calbick.
His Worship Mayor Hendry in the
chair.
OOMMt'NIt'ATIOXS.
From Donald Chisholm M. P., Ottawa, stating he had interviewed tho
minister of public works te Mud Bay
and Fraser River canal, but had received no definite reply. Tho council,
howover, might rely on his using hiB
utmost ondoavors to secure an appropriation.   Received and filed.
From tho Royal City Planing Mills
Co., applying for a lease uf water lota
1, 2 and II ai (-flown ou the map of the
city.
Aid. Curtis thought thia application
should be laid over until the railroad
matter was settled. Application was
laid ou the table.
From D. Murchie asking permission
(o lay building material on Royal
Avenue. Permission granted under
tho usual condition*-.
From Mr. Sheriff Armstrong asking
permission to use part of Columbia
street opposito lot 2, block 5, to lay
down building material. Referred to
board of works with power to act.
From Ackerman Bros asking permission to lay building tentorial on the
street opposite tho opera houso. Permission granted under the usual conditions.
From Col, Mc Gregor, secretary of
public meeting, enclosing tho resolutions passed at the meeting.  Received.
Moved by Aid. Calbick. seconded
by Aid. Scoular, that this council fully
endorse the resolutions passed at tho
public meeting held in tho Hyack hall
en tho 10th inst., protesting against
tho bill now before the provincial legislature proposing to drain Burnaby
Lake; and it is thu opinion of this
council that the said bill is an Interference with the public and private
rights which should not be countenanced by the government or legislature,
and tho clerk is hereby instructed to
forward a copy of this resolution to
the provincial government, and to our
representative ot Victoria, and that
tlie said representative be requested
to withdraw his support from said bill,
and oppose any scheme looking to the
draining or diverting of tho waters of
said lake by any private company.
Carried
HEFORTS.
Tho finance committee reported the
following bill for payment: R Dickinson §15.00; D. Lyal &, Co. §22.05;
Chinese Laundry $3,50. .
Tho board of works reported that
the manager of tlie R. C. P. M. Co.
mills offered to supply and deliver on
the ground, freo of charge to the city,
slabs and sawdust to fill up that portion of Richards and Columbia streets
from lot 20 block 1 to the C.P.R. do-
pot, and also to complete Royal avenue
anu Edinburg street, the oity to provide a mau to spread tho saw dust and
lay tlie slabs. Tho work was started
on Wednesday last nnd is progressing
favorably.   Report adopted.
Aid. Curtis asked if a largo flume
was going to bo put in whero this
street work wns being dono.
Aid. Jaques: "The flume will be
put in.   It ib absolutely necessary."
The park committiee reported that
a large number of men and soveral
teams were at work on the park improvements, which were progressing
rapidly.   Report  adopted.
Aid. Townsend mndo a partial report for the fire and light committeo.
Tho committee on the widening of
Fortesque street was granted further
time.
Aid. Ewen was granted further time
io report on thu arrangement of the
troublo between tho two lire company*.
Aid. Cunningham reported for the
delegation, sent to Victoria to promote certain interests, that the delegation had been most cordially received by the government, and tho
city's interests had received evory attention.   Report adopted.
His worship reported that he had
been put in full charge of the emigrant
building for civic purposes. Report
adopted.
Tho civic ofiloers by-law was laid
over for another week,
On motion tho council went into
committeo"of the whole on the water
works by-law. Thu preamble cf the
by-law was read and the committee
rose, i cported progfi ss and asked
have to sib  again.
The attte'.o; of agreement between
thu Coipiitlam Water Works Cu and
the cily were read and  received.
Tho council went into the oommit-
lee uf thu wholo un the agreement.
The agreement was read clause by
clause and   adopted.
The'committee rose and reported
the agreement complete with amendment.
Moved by Aid. Curtis, secoeded by
Aid. Ewen, that ihe agreement, re'
ported by thu water works committee
bo adopted ns amended, and that tho
mayor and clerk be authorized to sign
it on behalf of tho city.   Carried.
Moved by Aid. Curtis, seconded by
Aid. Jaques, that this council hiving
had under consideration a proposal to
form a trust board to build and maintain a public hospital, to be known an
tho Royal Columbian Hospital, nnd
asking power to sell lots 13, 14,15,1(1,
17, 18, in block 31, and lots 2, 37 and
38, block fl suburban, fur the purpose
of providing funds for the above mentioned object, fully endoises the said
proposal, and roquesta tho government
of B. O. to convey tho Baid luts to
Baid trustees.
Aid. Curtis said that some uf the
managers of the Royal Columbian hospital had deemed it ndvisabla to build
a new ho3pital ou a differ_it site frum
the present, which is not suitable in
any way. Tho proposition wus to dispose of this proporty and build tlio
new hospital. Tlie government would
not be doing more than a favor fur thu
oity. The intention is to form a trust
to receive tho land and expend the
money for hospital purposes.
After considerable discussion the resolution was adopted.
Aid. Curtis said it had bceu customary to pass a road tax by-law in former years, but the new charter provided for a statute labor by-law. If
the council thought it wise we can pro-
coed on tho old road tax by-law, if not
the sooner the statute labor by-law is
introduced the better it will be.
Aid. Jaques gave notice that at tlie
next meeting of the council ho would
introduce a local improvement bylaw.
Aid. Scoullar asked if the oity had
heard anything from our mombor at
Ottawa concerning the subsidizing of
tho Southern Railway. Railroads in
Ontario were being subsidized ond the
Southern is fully as important as nny
of them.
The mayor wus authorized to telegraph Mr. Chisholm on tho subject.
The couucil then adjourned.
Children Cryfor Pitcher's Castoria
B. C. Provincial Exposition
Snbscrlption Fund.
For the purpose of raising a fund to
i-oiitribute towards the patriotic: and
worthy object of making tho next annual provincial fair, to ho held in this
city, a grand and unprecedented success,
the undersigned agree to contribute the
sums opposite their respective names (to
be paid into the association or to trustees
competent to receive tho same, on or before 0 months from the date of the last
provincial exhibition, and to be applied
to preparing exhibition grounds and
huildings in the city, for increasing the
amount offered in prizes, and for furthering tho exhibition in other ways);
TUE COJ.TJMWAN  5100 00
Btiarpe & Paine, Lulu Island  10 0u
Ii P Eckstein  it) 00
{} D Brymner  :>i) 00
It W Armstrong  io 00
F It Glover  10 00
Walker* Shadwell  10 00
Claud Hamber.  10 00
Peter Grant  loon
Georgo Turner  10 Oil
WJ Armstrong  30 OU
A J  Hill  10 00
Cnpt A Grant.   10 CO
J M  Macdouell  10 00
W u Loye  io i.fl
p Bllodenu...  io OU
KG Strickland _  IS 01
Oil ley Hros  20 CO
Hll Wobb  2--} on
T Cunningham  rooo
Henderson itro-*, chilllwhack  io oo
A II Wintemuto  10 OJ
Per Ex-Mayor Dickinson  2V2b-'>
Annie M Januos  10 00
Stewart A Cueh  2T> CO
Jas Cunningham  f>0 W
Cmiit* IIii-*strom  ^i Oil
j w soxsmitTi  no oo
Kev J II White    10 00
11 Douglas  lfO iii
!•: s scoullar A Co -.    fi5 i:0
Next I	
PROF. aTaNGERMAN,
1} I ANO TUNEIt, WILL BE IN TOWN
for n fow ilnys.   Orders may bo left at
1). Lyal & Co.'s Bookstore. dinhli)l3
"P.   -"W^.1D-E3,
Manufacturer of A Dealer In
Marble and Granite!
Monument--, Headstones,  Mantles and
Furnituro Marble furnished at
ltcnsonablo Prices.
Designs upon application.   A trial solicited.  Satisfaction guaranteed.
Oppenheimer St., cor. Columbia Ave.,
¥11111*1)11 ver, II. 4'. dmhlOml
REMOVED!
I HAVE MOVED ALL MY
Stock into the Building adjoining Van Volkenburgh's Butcher Shop, where I will hold
daily sales, at lowest cash prices.
A large number of Gales'
Mattresses, also, a number of
English Iron Bedsteads, which
I will sell at factory prices.
2000 rolls Paper Hangings,
cheaper than the cheapest.
N.' B.—Any parties wishing a
business to hand I am open to
good terms. Come soon as I
wish to dispose of all as soon as
possible.     JOHN E. LORD,
C01.VM11IA STltBKl'.
N. W., March 15,1881). tlmhldml
ff.jmm&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.
Louilou nml Lunonuhtre Five mill
Brillil.   Km pi to  Life  I mil tit, nee
Companies.
New Westm'.ii-.u-r Building SocU-ty.
Avcoiiiil isiit'-, Om_c, Ulooesc of N.W.
City Auditors, 1880, 1HH7 and 1888.
ADVISE CLIENTS  IN THE BUYING
AND SELLING OF BEAL PROPERTY IN THE CITY AND DISTRICT,
and other monetary transaction?.
Have soveral good investment'- on their
books, and all new comers will do well lo
call before doing business elsewhere.
dw3doly
BOOK-KEEPING & AUDITING
ON REASONABLE TERMS.   Adilross
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New French Percales.
New Zephyr Ginghams.
New Seersuckers.
New Nun's Veilings.
New Cashmeres.
lew Bilk Warp Henriettas.
New Embroideries.
New Braid Trimmings.
IN ALL THE NEWEST SHADES.
Si Ogle, Campbell & Freeman's,
Xlt._A-B02Stxo Block.
Ogle, 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 STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER. . dto
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
7Z>B_C_T__B  X**T
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
Xjabzadox __exxixis,s-.
■lvEaclsexel, Salt God.
Aimoui'e "_r-_c. __arxie,
^.rrxio-ax's XTxic. Bacon.
Flo-ax. -Bran. Slioxts,
M-HIOHEST riUOES PAID FOR FARM PRODUCE,
noi-i-fl** 8couliar-Armstrong Blook, Columbia St.
READ AND PROFIT
JUST OPENED,
New Spring Millinery
PRINTS,
GINGHAMS,
CRETONNE, Ac.
Finest, Most Fashionable & Best Selected
Ever Brought into the Province.
Jas.EllardsCo
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE HANK OK MONTREAL,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, &C.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full line of HucctncleS & Eyc-GlassCS in steel, rubber, stiver and golil
frames.   Tbe finest Pebbles made, $1 per pair; all Bights suited.
Special attention given to FINE WATOH REPAIRS. Having learned the
business thoroughly from some of the finest Horologors in England, and -mice thou
managed the watch-repairing departments of a few of the best firms on the continent of America, is a -milicient guarantee ol good workmanship, Fonnurly manager for nearly 8 years of the well-known firm of Savago k Lyman, Montreal.
Charges moderate*
Montreal, Dee., 1887.*-Mr. V. Crake.—Andw. Robertson, E.iq., Chairman of
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, says: "I never found a Watchmaker who did bo
well for me as you did when In Montreal, aud I om sorry you arc not hore to-day."
iiwi.pl2te
dTsTcurtis a <T~
AQENTS   B.  LAURANCE'S   SPECTACLES.
Wholesale and Eetail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
SEEDS, SEEDSI j
At Central Grocery*
JUST  RECEIVED-A  LARGE   CONSIGNMENT   OF
Ferry's Garden and Field Seeds, which are 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 _v_axslaall Sixiclaix's,
Uo-nolJIo COLUMBIA STREET.
W. & B, WOLFENDEI,
—HIRECT IMPORTERS OF—
XXI-t__-XX-OXj^£3£3
DryGoods Groceries!
JUST  RECEIVED,  EX  "VIOLA," A  LARGE   CON-
signment of
Orosse & Blackwell's Table Delicacies, Mince
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 AND MARY STREETS.
dwsolBte
BON MAROHE.
Walker A Shadwell
HAVE REMOVED TO THE
HAMLEY BLOCK,
0|i|i(iHilc Colonial Hotel.
llWS_l*

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