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 QOYemraont Printing offl'
British
Columbian.
VOLUME 0
NEW  WESTMINSTEB, B. 0., MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 22, 1889.
NUMBER 95
PROFESSIONAL AHD BU8IHES8 CABPS.
T. 0. ATKINSON,
■QAIlBISTEB.SOLIOlTOH.ie. Offlccs-
H Masonic Building, NowV/estmlnster,
W. HOIUIAH BOl.F., H.C.,
T» ARRISTEU-AT-LA W, L AN D AGENT.
D Money ti, Loan. offlco-clorUson St.,
Now Westminster, B C. uto
Colli!..!:U>, MeUOU .. 'E-INS,
BABBISTEas, SOLICITOUS, ole. plll-
ces-Mesonio BullilLlfc'S. Now West-
.nluster. mid Vancouver, 11. 0.        tWK__
A. 0. BUI DONE-JACK, JI.A,
NOTARY PUBLIC, COMVEYA-NCF.lt.
Ae. Barrister of tho Now Brunaw ok
supreme Court, omce in the, ll«m ey
Building, ColumbiiiHt., opposite the Colonial Hotol.       dapMo
JOSEPH E. OAY-iOIt, II.A„I.L.B.
1-IOLD MEDALIST of the Unlvorsltj ol
(-♦Dublin. liAltKISTElt-AT LAW of
tlio High Courl of Justice, Ireland. Olllces,
Cornor MoKcuzlo 4 Clarkson Sis.. New
Westminster.    dwlegltc
' Q. \V. GRANT.
ABCHITKCT. Offloo-Cornor Mmy nnd
Olarkson Bis., Westminster.    dwto
CLOW A. JIACLUIIK,
ARCHITECTS.    Otnee-Ronm IJ. over
Bank of B. o.,ColuinulnS'rect,Wost-
mlnster. vjuf-
WILL1AM H. KINO,
*ITECT,9ANITARY ENGINEER,
_,  Removed lo AHnsIrong's Block,
Columbln Streot,   Wostmlnster — Room
No.lT  dte
A. V. l'OTTO*f.
DOMINION A»n Plil-VINOIAI. LAND
BURVEYOR. Office: Room D, Bank
of B, C. bli'ldlngLWcBtn'IU3ter, B, 0.
W. BOYIll,
T AND SDRVEY0R AND REAL ES-
lj TATE AGENT.    Office - Corner ol
Mary * Clarkson sts., Now Wostmlnster,
jjt *f( ■     dwmhBto
o. i'nri:MiKi.;ii,
REAL ESTATE BROKER and County
Court Agent. Commissioner, Notary
Puullo, io.   Bouts cnllootcd.   Office—Mc-
Kon-lo Street, Now Westminster, B. 0.
T. J. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISES.
Columbia Street, Now Westminster.
AU commissions will receive prompt
aud careful attention. Best references
given when required. inhia-tc
TURNER, BEETON A, CO,,
ERCIIANTS. Whnrf St., Vlotolln.
,,. Agenta for North British nnd Mercantile Insurance Co. for Mainland, H.
0. Breton A Co., 30 Klnsbury Circus, London, E. C. dto
M;
major a pemson
Bcul Estato Brokers and
Financial Agents.
AGENTBFOR
Confederation Life Association of
Toronto,
lloyal mitt Lancashire Flro Imnr.
mice Companies.
*•****, Vnlimblo Lot;; for sale In tlioi Cily
and DlNlrkl nf W. --'r-.m,!.-:-; :o.'! ■. r. n----.'
Lots In the Oily of Vancouver.
PorsoiiH Wishing i<> tmy or s'-U city or
rural property i-hoiiUS commiMik-ulowim
us.
Offices: Bank of i
PostofHco-WosUuii:
Vanconvor.
bull'lhvr, ciprosi!'.'
'.iiuil iliisUiik'sK-..
ihvn.i'Hittf
ft1
RAND BROS.
KJ.I. BBTATi* BKpKBBS,    -
?
Oouveyiii*i*'i*ra. Collector*!,
Xntl 1naurnir.ee Agent's-
omccB at „
HEW WESTMINSTER) Corner
McKonzIo and Clarkson Sts.
VANCOUVER, Cordova Street.
LONDON, EnBlnnd.
BUILDING LOTB lor sale ln all sootlons
or Vancouver and Now Westminster City.
FARM LANDS of superior quality for
■nio  at Chilli whnok,  port Ham mon -1,
Lanaloy, Matsqui, Human, Mud Buy,Ladner's Landing, Lulu Islnnd, North Arm
and Pits Rlvor.        , „,. ,      it.
Maps and Plnnfl exhibited and the fullest information furnished at all ourofllecH,
ALBERT J. HILL & GO.
Civil Engineers, Land Surveyors & Draughtsmen.
REAL ESTATE,
FINAHCIAL- SHIPPING & COMMISSION AGENTS
Fire, lire A Marine Insurance.
Columbia St., - Oit. Colonial Hotel
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
GIVE PERSONAL AND PROMPT AT-
tcnllon to nil proiosslonnl orders and
tender their services to resident* and nonresidents having Cily or Country Propel ty
■ to depose of or desiring profitable invest-*
' incut.
Our lists of eligible propertleH nro comprehensive and constantly receiving additions, and our favorable eastern connections both in Cnnnda and tlie Atlantic
States give ns unusual facilities for busl-
"special attention will be paid to tbe
purchase mid Inspection of Lumber for
Bhlpraenttoforelgn ports. Tonnagechartered and general shipping business trans-
Thanking our friends both at homo and
abroad for past favors, we beg to assure
thom that no eflb tit on our part will bo
snared to Justify and maintain Ihe mime
pleasant relations. dwaptyl
-UX1SSBS.
Macpherson & Thomson
Ot Ontario and Marquette, Michigan,
have opened a
IH THI HOLBROOK BLOOK,
Colombia Street. _ doors Enst
of Telegraph Office.
Thoy have a oomploto assortment of
everything usunlly fonnd In ft first-class
Drug Store, comprising puro nnd fresh
DRUQS, OHEMIOALS,
PATENT MBDIOINES,
TOILET ARTIOLES,
ENGLISH, FRENOH AND
AMERIOAN PERFUMES.
PhvslclanB'prescriptions cnro'nlly compounded dny und night. fe'27dlm
TRAPP&CO.
GENERAL t$j SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds of ;the bestinakosj Cross-cut & Hand-Saws,
llarl-eu Wire for Fencing, and all the necenoary Utensils for farming!
' ill". Blocks, Hnntcl. flock*, Kope «Clmln in-llsbesi rilil..
Tar & Oakiimi "Smal anrlTlain Paper for BuUdlngt Paints & Oils
inall color.) Liquid Polntsfeall shades. Floor Paints ready tonsei Grind
Stones: Wall Paper in nil designs; Brooms & Brushes for all purposes-
Lubricating Oils} Traps of all descriptions, aud a general assortment of
Agricultural Implements,
tr Special attention givon to ordors by mail.
T. T.VTK^-F-F SO CO.,
dwjly.lto CoL-imiiA Stmet, New Westminster.
Slants for Sale!
AT THE
BflumluiiiSBB, Douglas Straet
InGrbat vahicty, iNci.umsc:,
j-IEBANIDMS, Double and Single! FU-
IT OHIAK, all new varieties; UOHKH,
Bonblo PETUNIA'., MUUN-l'LOWKltS:
n fliio collodion of DAHL1AU (named
varlclles). ANNITAT.S, IB els. per lie".
Mixed BEDDINtl l'l ANTS,. 1 50 per dos.
OUT FLOWERS for salo.
Orders loft at M. Sinclair's (Central Grocery), will receive prompt altenllon.
dvtapSyl ■'. MTIUU.
Tennis & Baseball Shoes!
Among thcNew Goods Just Opened by
GRANT \k  MACLURE
.   Colambla Street, Westminster, B. C.
CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK EVEN IE 'YOU DO NOT WISH TO
buy.  Bon Ton Polish, French Dressing, ami several of the best
kinds of BOOT-BLACKINU on hand.
-g-Ordcrs by mail will receive prompt attention.    dwto
New Spring Goods 1
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
MERCHANT    TAILOK.
Columbia Street, - New Westminster.
SPECIAL TO THE LM
n ,  r?**D
Brand OisB
-A.T THE	
HOUSE
Weduesday,-April 3rd.
Mrs. Vi.1. Rae.
LATEST LONDON & PARIS FASHIONS.
(lsoSStc
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
RAND BROS.
Reai Estate,
Insurance and Financial
AGENTS.
orFtojas.
NEW WESTMINSTER, TmYASSe^tT
VANCOUVER,  CORANBEBnOT0T0STREETA8ND
—AND—
ANDERSON BLOCK,
GRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON, ENG. ior cannon st.
Civic Officer**.—Mayor, John Hendryi
City Clork, D. Robson; City Treanurer,
Engineer,4c, A. P.Cotton: Polico Magistrate. T. C, Atkinson; Chief Engineer Fire
Department, T. Ackerman; Assistant, w,
W. Dickinaon. •     ..    ~
Court Opb-ioials.—Judge of the Su-
nrome Court, Hon. J. V. McOrclght; Regla-
trai, W. H. Falding; Sheriff, W.J. Armstrong. „ .
Pkovikciai, O-fPlOEiw.—Government
Agent,Chaa, Warwick; HcglstrurofTlUes,
R. W. ArmBtrong: Supt. of Provincial
Asylum. Dr. R. I. Bentley: Bursar of Asylum, Jan. Phillips; Governor of Central
PrlHon, Wm. Moresby; Steward Royal Columbian Hospital, Ciiuh, Digby; Immt-
grntiou Agent, Jno. Sprott: Coroner, W.
l>. Ferns; Registrar of Marriage- Licenses,
W. J. Armstrong. ■
Dominion Okkicialb.—Postmaster, J. C.
Brown; Collector of Customs, J. ft- Clute;
Warden ot Penitentiary, A. H. McBride;
Dominion Lnnd Agent, H. B. W. Aikman;
Crown Timber Agent, T. 8. Higginson;
Inspector of Fisheries, Thos. Mowat.
Repbesentativks.—Senator, Dr. T R.
Mclnnes; Houso of Commons, Donald
Chisholm; provincial Legislature, Capt.
W. N. Bole, Q. C.
St. Paul,Minn., bos an indebtedness of $6,500,000, but thinks it can
stand $2,500,000 more. Perhaps it
can—there is nothing like trying.—
Jta.
■ School Teacher (irate)—Who
fired thnt spit-ball at mo 1 I'll cano
jlifn. Young Kentuckian (country
iboy G feet 5)—I did, sir. School
Teacher — Humph! Well—or—er
—-don't do it ajniin.
Farming Lands ^Town Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
itime Table!
-    "* THE STEAMER
ROBERT DUNSMUIR
LEAVES WESTMINSTER for NANAI-
nio dlreot every tr-Hlncxday nt 7 n.m.
Loaves Nnnaimo for Comox every Thursday nt 7 n,nt. Returns to Nannlmo on
Friday.
Loaves Nnnaimo (or Westminster every
Haturdav iii'7n. in.
T EAVIGft WESTMINSTER for NANAI-
JJ   mo every Mun-lii vui 7»- in.-lmichlng
ntvnncouvor and ail Int-rmeilliilo ports.
Returns to Westminster Mondny,
For Freight and i'HBhonger llttitm apply
Si T. L. BRIGOH, AgnnI C. P. N. Co., or to
io Purser on board
dmhlto WM. nOGERS, Master.
Business Property.
Exit facing on Columbia and Front Sts.,
in central portion of the city; sevcr.il
buildings bring good rent—322,000.00.
Lot 4, Block 7, near Lytton Square,
0(1x132 feot, fronting on Columbia and
Front St3.-$t;,000.00.
Comer Lot on Columbia St., 33x00 fct-t—
$1,000.00.
Also—Lot nnd Building with stock of
Goo-la.' ono of the bc|t business stands
in tho city.
ImprovedResidcntial Property
Lot 15, Block 13; two hoiisos rented at
paying flguroa-84.ff00.00.
Homo nud Lob on Lomo St., nenrCol-
umMa-$im00.
Lots 4, 5 A ti, IMucli 10; good house,
garden, ko.; choice residence property
!-i?5,260.00.
Cornor Lot on Columbia St.; fonced and
cleared-91500.00.
Houso and Lot on Columbia St.; ono of
the finest residences in tlio city- *J7,*
000.00,
House nnd Lot on Roynl Avenue, near
Douglas St. -12,000.00.
Houso and 8 Lots, oornor Koyal Avonuo
and St. Patriok'B St.; no bettor residence site in the city—310,000.00.
1 acre, with 7 houses, near the Park—
$0,000.00. -
MAILS C1A1SE AND ARRIVE.
OIiOSS
For Can. Pac Ry.-bally (except Sunday
and Monday), at 12.80, aud on Snturdny
(for dispatch Sunday) at 22.     ..     „_
For Victoria, V. I., and Western U. S. Offl-
ces-Monday, 18.-15; Tuesday. 12.80; Wednesday, 12.30; Thursday, e.;io & 12.30; Friday, 12-30; Saturday, 0.30 A 12.S0.
For Vancouver, Moodyvllle, Port Moody
and Burrard Inlot-Dally (except Sun-
ay) at 8.15 &12.80.        '    ,  .   T,    ,
For Lndner's Landing and Lulu Island-
Monday, 13.15; Thursday and Saturday,
For Clover Valley, Hall's Prairie, Surrey
Centre and Langley Prairie—Saturday,
9.
Fnr Elgin and Mud Bay—Saturday, 12.45.
For Plumper's Pass-Saturday, 0.30.
For Nanaimo (direct mall)-Tuesday, 19,
■D1J-H1
From Can. Pac. Ry.-Dnlly (exceptSaturday) at 14.10. , *     :l
From Viotoria-Mo n day, 0} Wednesday
and Friday, 10; Tues lay, Thursday and
Saturday, 12.30. , .    ,
From Vancouver, Moodyvllle, Port Moody
and Burrard Inletr-Dally (except Sunday) at W; and on Tuesday, Thursday
aud Saturday laddltloual) at 12.30.
From Ladner's Landing nnd Lulu Island
—Monday, 9; Wednesday A Friday, 10.
From Clover Valley, Hall's Prnlrlc and
Langley Prairie-Friday, 16.
From Elgin and Mud Bay—Saturday, 11.
From Plumper's Pass—Friday, 18.
Prom Nanaimo (direct mall)—Saturday,
15.
POST OFFICE HOURS:
General Delivery fromO to 19 (7 p. m.),
Tuesdays, Thursdays und Satimlnys; ll Lo
18, Mondays, Wednesdays nnd Fridays—
exoept when malls are helm*; sorted.
Money Obdkk * Savikoh bank.—Daily
—9 a. m, to 4 p, m., uud from 6 to 7 on
Saturday evenings.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder nover varies. A marvel of
purity,strength and wholesomeness. Moro
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot be mid In competition with tho
multitude of low test, short, weight alnm
or phosphate powders. Sold onlyln cans.
RoYAI- BAKIXQ Powdkr Co., 106 Wat 1 St,,
New York. 8fely
POE_SALE.
i DBUOOIST'S STOOK OP BBUQS,
A Pttte.it Meitlcines nnd Sundries.-
Apply to HENRY V. EOMOHDS.
djmoto	
TO RENT.
A CANNERY AND HALTERY situated
f\ on Subdivision Lots 5*6 of Lot 14,
jlot'k 6,   Apply to
^[ENRY V. EDMONDS,
dnoltc Land Agent.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
SECOND-HAND.
WA TUBES, 2% IN. DIAMETER. 1W
IU loot long! and SMOKE STACK, 20
toet lo,,-,. Apply U,       EWEN400
MnroD-0,1880. dnil,21to   .
EXCURSION Q
RATEW
TO PARIS EXPOSITION, AND LOW-
est rates by all steamship lines to
and from Great Britain, Scandinavia and
Europe Rpnorally. ■     ■
Now U tho timo to necuro berths.
R. F. ANDERSON, Agont.
dapl2ml New Westminstor, B. 0.
Vacant Residential Property,
Lot 1, Block 28; oornor lot on Agnes Bt.;
fino residence site-91200.00.
Lots un St. Andrew's St,, nesr Queen's
Avomie—8500.00 each.
Lots on Montreal, Douglas and Unit-
fax Sts., near Clinton St.; fino vinws
and well situated-$350.00, (375.00,
$500.00.
Lot on Melbourno St., near CUntoi* ■-
6300.00.
Lot I), Sub-Block 10; fine residenco lots-
$250.00.
Lots on Pclham St., Hear Mary-$600.00
each.
Lot on Pelham St., near St. Androw'u;
thm site• -8500.00.
Jjot on St. John's St., near Melbourne.—
$350.00.
'Lot In St. Andrew's Si-iiaro-$300.00.
Lots In Block fronting on North Am
road; finest chanco In the market fo
residonco or speculation—8I25.00 ti
8175.00.
Lots In Subdivision of Lot 11, sub-Bloc!
12-800.00 to 1125.00.
Loti in Subdivision of Lot 17, sub-Block
13-8100.00 eaoh.
Lots in Westminster Addition at $15.00
to 850.00,
: The Princess of Wales has promised to lay the foundation stone of
the new hospital for women in Loudon next month. As the institution is to provide medical training
for women, the occasion will be
notable for royal approval of tho
education of women as doctors.
cSS oo.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
 AND	
Financial" Agents
Purchase Sell and lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make loans on Mortgages,
Aud transact all Businoss misting to
Roal Estate
.—AQENTS FOR—
London iunruce Corporation.
Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of
lUrtrord.
London nnd Innoshlro life Assurance Co.
Canton Insurance Office, lid. (Marino]
OFFIOF.S:
Columbia St., New West'r,
41 Government St., Victoria
d-ntH'l
! "Pigotty" and to "Pigott" havo
lecn added to parliamentary English.
Tim Healy, the Irish member, fired
them off first iu tho house of commons, and in spite of a mild protest
from the speaker thoy have passed
into common use. Mr, Healy also
is responsible for tho assertion that
a grossly exnggeratod statemont
"was not excessive; it was Balfoures-
quo."
Archdeacon Oolley, while preaching in London a short time ago, was
speaking rather unkindly of the
devil. Recollecting himself in the
midst of his fervor, and recalling tho
motto that devil is not so black
as he is painted, he replied to the
fancied remonstrances of those who
would ask him to give the devil his
due. "Ah, my friendB," he exclaimed, "if we gave the devil his due,
many of us would be missing."
A fair division of labor. Employer (to new clerk)—"This package of money you've just counted is
two five-dollar bills short. "New
clork—"How do you know I You
said you hadn't counted the money."
"I said that to test your honesty.
I hardly know what to do about it."
"1 can help you out; you take me
into, partnership, and I'll do the
stealing for the firm and you cau do
the lying1, and we'll make, things
hum." 	
That more or less popular phrase,
"In the soup," it may not bo generally known, has long beon in use
in difibrent forms among tho Germans. I'Or instance: "Der sitzt
in dor bruho" ("He sits in tho
soup"); "Erhat sioh eino sclione
suppe eingebrokt" ("He has made
a uico soup for himself," meaning
he has put himself in a "bad fix");
and "Er muss die eingohrockto suppe
solbst ossen" ("He must eat the
soup ho has cooked himself").—Ex.
Canadians who sro inclined to
rove, says an exchange, should be
on their guard against too glowing
descriptions of the Argentine Republic. A despatch from Paris Btates
that a dozen families of coal miners
who had emigrated from Decazeville
in Avcyron have been sent back to
France by the consul at Buenos
Ayres. They state that there are
teii thousand . Frenchmen, mostly
from tho Aveyfon and the'neigh-
boriiigdepartments, in the Argentine
Republic, who cannot find work and
are starving.
A Captain Hurston has mado an
important improvement in the
Martini rifle, or rather un addition
to it. It is described as a simple
attachment, weighing about 8 ounces,
which converts the rifie into "one of
tho most rapid magazine guns yet
invented." At a recent trial in
Ottawa, Gen. Middleton, who makes
no pretensions as a rifleman, discharged six shots in as many seconds. It is said that Imperial ofli
oers had been ."figuring" on the
problem of converting tho Martini
into a magazine gun for some years,
and had given it up in despair.
Therefore, as Oapt. Harston is a
Canadian, wo have tho crow on the
old country this time.
The sawdust which has been
deposited in tho Ottawn river in
Canada generates a gas similar to
that produced by decaying vegetable
matter in southern marshes. When
tho stream is covered with ice the
gas so generated sometimes attains
a pressure sufficient to upheave
several squaro rods of ico with a
loud noise. It is related that a
skating party of young peoplo on
tho Ottawa river was astonished by
hearing a loud noise and seeing one
of tho party suddenly hurled into
tho air and fall back on a mass of
ice. In tho warm and moist climates of the south this gas becomes
luminous, producing the well-
known marsh lights, and it ia as
well known to poison the air.—Ex.
Tho ministor of militia had rather
a bad half hour in the publio accounts committee the other day, at
Ottawa. Tho question was the
quality of olothing supplied to the
militia. Two of the "Queon's Own,"
of Toronto, woro witnesses, and both
condemned tho clothing wholesale,
asserting that suits had to be altered,
and that fivo companies of thoir regiment rofused to wear the clothing,
and had their own made in England.
A statement that the sizes of the
suits wero not correctly marked,
brought a point-blank denial from
an inspector of the department.
Thon. somebody proposed lo measure
certain sample suits whieh had been
brought (or tho committee's inspection, and tho marking was found to
bo wrong t Nor did the fact that
both witnesses wero Conservatives
seem to carry much conviction to
the badgered minister.
SAFE IN PORT.
The Denmark's Passengers all Safe
and are Landed To-day. Particulars of the Accident.
Lord Browulow will Succeed Lord
Londonderry as Lord-Lieutenant oflreland.
Sir Julian Paunceforte, the New
minister to Washington, Arrives at New York.
TUB CHEW SAVED.
London, April 22.—First officer Rabun and 42 of tho crew of the Bteamer
Denmark arrived at Lisbon, yesterday,
from the Azores, whero they wero
landed by the steamer Missouri. Ra-
ben reports that during the severe
storm thut prevailed on the 4th the
Denmark broke her shaft. As she
rose on the crest of a wavo und began
to descend, the propellor was fur a moment clear of tho water while revolving very rapidly. At this time the
shaft in tho tunnel broku near the aft
end of the section which connected with
the engines andtore a hole in the bottom of tho vessel. At this moment the
engine pipe burst, killing engineer
Kaas, aud immediately loosening the
iron plates at the side of tlie vessel
and causing another leak. The machinery was completely disabled and no
attempt was made to mend the shaft
as it would have been useless. At tbe
time of the disaster the Denmark was
800 miles from the Newfound! mid
banks, Sbe at once fell into the
trough of tlie sea and was helpless, sb
long waves were constantly breaking
over her. Fortunately the after part
of tbe vessel was closed and kept the
water back. Measures were at onee
taken to get sails ou the vessel. She
was put before the wind and everything was-done that skillful seamanship could suggest to secure tho safety
of the vessel and passengers. Oapt.
Knudseu kept her as well ns the gale
permitted in the path of tho ocean
steamers and tho steam pump was kept
at work freeing tho forward compartments uf the water that had leaked
through from the aft. Nothing cuuld
be dono to clear the after compartments as the water had free access
through the immense rent in tho stern.
All the rest of tho day the sea was
eagerly scanned for assistance, but not
oue vessel was sighted. On the fifth
tho glad hail waa heard from tho tops
that a sail was in sight. Signals of distress were hoisted and the steamer,
which proved to be the Missouri, from
London, for Philadelphia, bore down
on the Denmark. Oapt. Knudseu signalled the Missouri SBkcd his passengers to be taken aboard, intending to
attempt to proceed under Bail, but the
Missouri signalled back that it would
be impossible. Tho Missouri offered
to give tho Denmark a tow. This
offer was nccepted, and after much
difficulty a line was taken from the
disabled Bteamer tu tlie Missouri, and
the heaviest chain cable brought into
use. The progress was very slow. As
soon as the course was changed from
before' the wind, tho Denmark began
to strain and tho wator forced its way
much faster than tho pumps could free
the vessel. On the sixth the case was
scon to be hopeless bo much water was
in tho hold that she lost her buoyancy
and overy time she went down into
the trough of tho sea, (ho passengers
thought it would be tlio last plunge.
The Missouri stopped und Oapt. Knudseu went aboard. After a short conference, Capt. Morroll of Missouri
agreed to jetiion a portion of the cargo
and thus allow room between decks for
the 72 souls ou beard the Denmark.
The work of jetisoning the cargo aud
transferring passengers begau simultaneously. Before night all ou the
Denmark were got ou board tlie Missouri, and then lhe order was given to
let go the cable. The passengers were
eaeh allowed to tako a reasonable kit
uf clothing and personal effects, but
these wero necessarily limited and
many lost heavily. The nearest land
was the Azores, und tbe prow of the
Missouri waa turned in that direction.
Nothing of interest occurred to murk
this part of the journey, the gale having subsided On arriving at tho
Azores the Missouri landed 320 passengers, Oapt. Knudseu, the first and
Boeond officers, three engineers and 42
sailors. With 40 passengers and tho
rest of tho crew, tho Missouri, after
provisioning, sailed for Philadelphia.
WOMEN  VOTEK8;
London, April 22.—About two million women hnvo voted at tho English
elections- this month, voting for
church wardens, vestry men, pirish
clerks, Bext'.m, members of local government boards and poor law guardians.
Many women have been elected guardians and muni! to other offices.
EVERYBODY   QtAD.
London, April 22.—The nows of the
safety of the Denmark's peoplo was received with great joy in Denmark and
Sweden. It was an immonse relief to
ovurybody. Although not a dingle
Englishmen was on board the Don-
mark, the anxiety hero was iutonso,
ami it wub particularly so nmong trans*
Atlantic travellers.
THE NEXT LOUD LTEUTENAN T.
London, April 22.—It ie statod that
Lord Browulow will succeed the
Marquis of Londonderry ss Lord Lieut
of Ireland, Lady Browulow is nn aunt
of Lady Londonderry.
THE NEW  MINISTEIt.
New York, April 22.—Sir Julian
Pauncefote, tbo newly appointed British minister to Washington, arrived
yesterday.
DOMINION PARLIAMENT.
Ottawa, April 20.-Sir Richard
Cartwright Ib not quite satisfied con-
corning tho proposed subsidy to a line
of steamers from British Columbia to
Australia, ns ho gives notice of making
inquiries of the government what
amount of manufactured goods hnvo
been eiportcd for the past six or oight
months from Canada to Australia.
The house of commons to-day was
occupied with discussing government
moasures. Tho Inland revonue act,
the general inspection not aud the aot
respecting the Mennonite loan were
nil read a third time and passed.
During the evoning session the copyright aot waa taken up, and occupied
all the timo up till midnight. It is
expected that prorogation will take
place on or about thu 27th inst.
Mr. Woldon's extradition bill has
been placed on tho government orders,
and there is no doubt that it will pass
this session.
VICTORIA NEWS.
A Mole) Keeper Bobbed or $2,OW.»<A
lurgt-1 f'alcb or Seal Sklnn—Uim. A.
E. ll. Da vie Very Seriously 111.
Spceltil to the Columbian.
VicTOitiA- April 22.—Robt. Evans,
proprietor of the Nanaimo hotel, Nanaimo, mis last night robbed of between $2,000 and §3,000 by a couple
of sharps. Upon retiring for the
night ho very foolishly put his money
between the mattresses of his bed. A
couple of Bharps, who knew of Evans
having a large sum of money, put up
at tho same place and watched him.
This morning. Evans discovered his
Ioas. Tho supposed crooks took the
morning steamer for tbe American
side.
The laying of the corner stone of the
Jubilee hospital is postponed until further notice un account of threatening
rain.
The sehr. Viva has arrived with 589
seal skins, the largest catch of tho season.
A car load of Uve stock arrived from
OntarioTlast night. The owner, A,
Sturdy, will locate here.
The wire to build the Bonilla Point
telegraph line has arrived.
Hon. A. E. B. Davie, premier, is
seriously* ill,
Wm. Paine, the Victoria sculler,
arrived hero last night in the schr.
Viva, He wilt have to go north in
her in a week, but on hts return in
September he will talk business with
Long, who is mentioned in the San
Francisco despatches to-day. Patne is
a hunter on the sealer Viva.
Atclidenron Wood'*- Ueply.
The annexed letter from the Venerable Archdeacon Woods, concerning
the presentation made on Saturdaj,
explains itself:—
Tin Rectory, New Westminster,
April, 22, 18S9.
My Very Dear Friends:
I was bo wholly unprepared for your
visit on Saturday that I fear I failed to
give full utterauce to the feelings with
which both Airs. Woods and myself received your more tlian kind expressions
of regard and esteem.
The connection between priest and
people mny not be lightly severed; but I
seem to Bee in the rapid growth of the
city and the almost daily influx of strangers an intimation that the time has come
for me to lay down the work which for
one and twenty years I have carried on
almost single-handed.
. My earnest prayer and longing wish
shall ever be thnt those who toko up
tbat work may be enabled to carry it on
to the greater glory of God, and the
building up of His church in your midst.
It is a pleasure to me and Mrs. Woods
that we shall be near neighbors to • bo
many old and valued friends.
For tho handsome gifts which accompanied your loving letter we fail to find
suitable words of thanks.
The expression ot "special lovo and
gratitude'' for "the gentle intercourse
among you of Mra. Woods," is a paragraph In your letter moro dear to mo
than lean say.
Faithfully in Christ,
Charles T. Woods,
Rector of Holy Trinity Church,
To Mrs. J. W. Harvey, Mrs. Homer,
Mrs. Herring, Mrs. Geo. Turner.
PERSONAL.
BOLD MORRISON.
W. McBride, of Ladners, was in the
city to-day.
A. G, Gamble wont over to Victoria
this afternoon.
T. E. Ladner, of the Delta, was in
the city to-day.'
I. B. Fishor is spending the Easter
holidays in Victoria.
Rov. J. B. Kennedy, of Vancouver,
returned home to-day.
Mrs. J. O. Haines and fsmily are
staying at the Colonial.
T. 0. Atkinson and wife have returned frum Vancouver.
H. M. Stramberg, B. A., paid the
terminal city a visit to-day.
J. S. Clote Jr., returned yesterday
from a short visit to Viotoria.
W. II. Ladner, M. P. P., came up
by the str. Princess Louise this morning.
Mrs, Sillitoe goes over to Vancouver
to-morrow and will not bo "at home"
this week.
F. Bourne and family, of Strathroy-
Ont., have left that oity for Westminster, nnd will tako up their residence
hero.
Thos. Binnie has been appointed inspector of the Southern Railway construction works, from Brownsville to
the international boundary,
J. C. McLagan of the World printing nnd publishing company, left for
Winnipeg to-day on business in connection with his 1883 investments
there.—World oj Saturday.
The Rev. Mr. Jamieson returned
this morning from the North Arm,
whero ho had been assisting at -tho
communion services held in the Presbyterian churoh there yesterdsy.
J. 0. Whyte and brido nrrtved homo
by tho Pacific express yesterday from
Ottawa, after enjoying a most pleasant
trip across the continent. The happy
couple were met at the station by
many friends, who heartily welcomed
the charming bride to her new home,
and in which welcome The Coiumdhn
takes much pleasure in joining.
The Highland Ontlaw of Megantic,
Surrenders tothe Police to
Save His Friends,
Who Have Lately been Arrested
Wholesale for Protecting, Harboring and Feeding Him.
The Oklaharaa Country Thrown
Open To-day and Thousands
Cross the Line in a Minute.
MORRISON (SURRENDERS.
Montreal, April 22.—Donald Morrison, the Highlnnd outlaw who about
twelve months ago shot a constable
while endeavoring to serve him with a
writ of ejectment, near Lake Megantic
waa captured last night. For twelve
months he has practically defied the
authorities of the wholo province.
Four weeks ago a large detachment of
the oity police force was sent out to
effect hia capture. He eucceeded in
eluding them. Tho authorities' commenced the whosale arrest of- every
person who was supposed to give him
shelter; somo thirty five families were
arrested, resulting in starving Morrison out aud forcing hia surrender.
A BLOW  AT INTERNATIONAL TRADE.
Washington, D. 0., April 22.—It is
said to be not improbable that Cans
dian freight cars coming into tha
United States railroads will now have
to pay the regular rate of duty at
ports of entry. The treasury depart*
ment it is reported, has had the matter under consideration for some time*
in fact ever since the fisheries trouble,
but at that lime it was considered as a
possible retaliatory measure while now
if adopted it would simply be in accordance with the protection tariff
ideas of the administration, and to
protect United States car builders.
In preparation for this move on the
part of tho treasury department an account has been kept at some points of
entry, notably at Detroit, of dutiable
freight cars belonging to Canadian
roads: it is estimated that an average
of three hundred such cars come in
daily at Detroit, Port Huron and at
Niagara Falls, and that fully 3,0
dutiable Canadian care are iu constant
ubo on the roada in the United States,
not one of them having paid a cent of
duty, and there are three classifications
under which these cars may oome and
thoro does not appear to be any precedents to show which it will be on.
The manufacturer of wood would pay
35 per cent, ad valorem, manufacturers
of iron 45 per cent., and on carriages
35 por cent.
THE MISSOURI ARRIVES,
Philadelphia, April, 22.—The ss.
Missouri of the Atlantic Transportation.
Line, which, rescued the passengers of
the Denmark, left tbe breakwater at
7.30 this morning, nnd is expected to
arrive at her pier between 2 and 3
o'clock this afternoon. All on board
are reported well. The valuo of cargo
jetisoned to mako room for tho rescued
passengers is a hundred and forty
thousand dollars. She had a miscellaneous cargo and the loss will fall on
the insurance companies.
ROBBED THE EXPRESS.
Paitonville, Mo., April 22.—The
express office in the Wabash Western
Railroad depot was entered by a lone
masked armed men last night. The
agent was covered with a revolver and
bound and g-igged. The robber then
took six thousand dollars and disap*
langley Council.
Council met at the town hall, Saturday, April 6th, at 11 a, m. Present tho
reeve, and Couns. Gray, Mufford, Davey
and Yeoman. Minutes of previous meet*
ing read and confirmed. Communication
from Burton's prairie anent formation of
farmer's association, referred to tho rcove
with power to correspond with tho secretary for foller Information. Communication from Hon. J. Robson. W. H.
Ladner, Esq. and H. B. Aikman, Esq.,
received and filed. Communication from
mayor of Vancouvor anent Toronto exhibition; the reeve was instructed to cor*
respond with tho mayor on the subject.
Tenders were ordered to bo called at noxt
meeting for opening a rond Into Wren's
for which $100 waa appropriated, 850
was appropriated for opening a road Into
Hopkin's. $13 was appropriated for
onoh wnrd for casoa of emergency. Tho
following accounts wero ordered paid:
K. Morrison $3, nnd W. T. Davey $7,60.
Coun. Davey gnvo notice thst at next
meeting ho would hriug in a by-law to
provide for tlio establishments of pounds.
Counoil adjourned until first Saturday
In May.
AMONG THE BOOMERS.
Ahkansas City, April 22.—Two of
tho --Boomers" attempted to ford the
river near here yesterdsy and were
drowned, together with their teams.
Pawnee Bill, the Indian chief, is reported to have been killed by a doputy
mnrshall while trying, to get whiskey
into the territory.
THOUSANDS CROSSED.
Fort Reno, Dak,, April 22.—Thii
morning tho militiay officers on the
southern border of Oklahoma gave instructions to the soldiers to form olose
to the Oklahoma line. At noon precisely tho signal was given, and with a
mighty cheer, tho Oklahoma army
rushed forwards into the promised
land. On the eastern, northern and
western borders the same scenes wero
enacted. Horses wore goaded to the
utmost speed in the grand rush, and
thousands upon thousands crossed the
Oklahoma lino in one minute.
wants more laurels.
San Francisco, April 22.—Henry
Henceman, who defeated Charles
Long in a rowing match for $2,000, at
Stockton, yesterday, says he is willing
to row a raoo with Wm. Payne of Victoria, B. C., for $600 a side over a
three mile course, the race to take
place either at Stockton or San Francisco.
the qaand rush.
Purcell, Indian Territory, April 22.
—The grand ruah was made at noon
to-day across the Oklahama line.
Whon the clocks struck, guns were
fired and whistles blown, and immediately tlio trains started across the
bridgo and horsomon embarked for the
opposito shore,
ESCAPED.
San Francisco, April 22.—Thomas
Cuvanaugh and Theodore Fowler, sorting sentences at San Quentin stato
prison for burglary, escaped daring the
night. No trace of them has been discovered to-day.
A NOTED  BOSTONIAN DEAD.
Boston, April 22.—Stanton Blake,
one of tho best known oitizens of Boston, died early this morning after a
short illness. Born 1834; son of the
Into George B. Blake, who for many
years was head of the firm of Blake
Bros. & Co., Bankers. Blake retired
from active businbss in 1870. He wu
connected with a great many charitable
institutions.
Meteorological Be port fir Week lidlM
April Km last.
MAX.   KIN.   BAIN.
Rumluy.,...,. tS.0    41.0
Mondny ,.«, 57.0     41,0    0-OT
Tuesday 58.0     48.0
Wednesday 60.0    IM
Thursday A0.0     89,0
Friday -. W.0     e\0
Bnturduy .„ 6*1.0    4Q.0
Rnowon mountains; ball;haloa'cloudy;
fair; rain. «_       „   ..
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At tli**lr St-Mini    I'rlntinu   EBtHhllsli-
men.., inltitnt'ln Street,
BY    M-UI: -
Kor 12 mditltw..'..'..'* so ™
Kor • montbs JS
Por 9 m-mttrt .,.,.„-, » a ™
DELIVERED IN THE CITY!
Por 12 moritha... * «*jj §°
For 8 montha. —■   6 j&
Per mouth.........      S
Perwepk 	
**»y-nen't in'»il 'ousos (sleep' lor weekly
tmt*il In b. made to advance.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
l.s..-d .ver*- UcdncMlu* Iftfralns.
l-ollvereil lu the t'lly, per year. 83.00
Mallei], wryenr.	
■tallfl'l. 6 mrintliB	
. 1.25
"chilli! British Columbian
Monday Evenlne. April at. ISSS.
At a meeting of the directors of
the British Columbia Agricultural
Society, held ou the 13th inst, in
the oouncil chambers, somo association business was transacted, the
most important being tho fixing of
the date for the next provincial annual exhibition, to be held at this
oity, on Wednesday, Thursday, and
Friday, the second, third, and fourth
of October respectively. This is
nearly the same date as the show
was held on last year, and will give
time for the various local exhibitions
ta be held a few days in advance.
The president of the association, Mr.
W. H. Ladner, M.P.P., stated at
the meeting that he had invited
Lord Stanley, the governor-general,
to be present and open tho exhibition. He had received an answer,
by wire, to the effect that
his excellency feared be could
not accept the invitation, but
would forward his answer later
by letter. In pursuance of instructions from the meeting the secretary,
T. 11. Pearson, has written to the
governor-general, notifying him of
the date fixed for the opening, and
it iB quite possible that Lord Stanley, who, it is understood, will visit
the province this fall, may honor the
exhibition by his presence. In an
advertisement elsewhere the seore<
tary of the agricultural association
states that the directors are revising
the prize list for 1889, and will be
glad to receive suggestions from any
one interested and also donations of
special prizes. Anyone wishing to
communicate with the secretaty on
the above points should do so at
onee, as the list must be revised and
completed not later than a week
from date. Now is the time for
everyone to do something for their
country. The time is short, and wo
are reminded that the Exhibition
Fund is very "tired" waiting for
another lift. About two dozen enterprising citizens should speak at
once,     __^____
Tbe question of artesian wells for
purposes of irrigation is one that is
of interest to a portion of the interior of this province. As our
readers will recollect, tho subject
caused considerable discussion in the
legislature and by the press a few
weeks ago. The following from the
San Francisco Chronicle on irrigation
by means of artesian wells in certain
districts of California will be of interest in this connection. Says the
Chronicle: One of the most remarkable features of California and one
that strikes the visitor with wonder
is the artesian wells that are seen in
various parts of the state. And it
certainly is good around for wonder
when one sees a pipe sunk into the
bowels of the earth, from which
pours without ceasing or diminution
a flood of a million and a half or
two million and a half gallons daily.
Artesian wells' have been successfully sunk in many parts of the
state. They are found in the Santa
Clara valley, in the San Joaquin
and in the counties of the far south.
But it is unquestionable that the
most remarkable development in
this direction has been in what is
known as the artesian belt of Kern
and Tulare counties. When it is
known that single wells, sunk at a
cost of from 31000 to $2000, afford
a flow of water sufficient to irrigate
an entire section of land, a faint idea
can be .formed of the vast import
ance and value of the artesian system. There are many advantages
in a farmer owning his own source
of wator supply instead of having to
depend upon ditches or canals owned
by others, or by incorporated companies. These advantages need not
be discussed hore, but every irrigator
is fully cognizant of them. Consequently the intending settler should
be guided by Iho experience of others,
and if he can buy land at a moderate
rote within the limits of the artesian
belt he cannot do better than locate
there, and either singly or in conjunction with one or two neighbors
sink a well. It has been abundantly proved that within certain quito
well defined limits there is no such
thing as failure to strike a good flow,
while by a fow settlers combining
tlie cost to each may be made very
■mall, and at the samo time the
result will be in the highest degree
satisfactory.
With all the improvements that
are being made in the naval armaments of twworld, perfection is yet
a long Way off, even with respect to
the British war ships, which must
be  conceded  to be in the van of
modern  progress  in offensive and
defensive naval architecture, as well
u in the machinery and manning of
the vessels.   It is still true as ever
that "Britania rules the wave," and
thia laying received a -narked demonstration   in the marvellous and
success*!.!   fight  made by H.M.H.
Calliope  a few weeks ago, against
the fierce Samoan hurricane that
shattered  into   kindling-wood lix
companion ships, belonging to Ger-
many and Amerioa) in the harbor in
lront of the little eity ol Apia. But
Brilfch men-of-war builders have
not yet succeeded in combining advantages and overcoming drawbacks
to such an extent that a great deal
of further experiment is unnecessary. Thore is, says the London
Engineer, a vague sense of something
lacking which is not pleasant, and
it seems strange that, notwithstanding the enormous variety in type
admissible in the navy, nothing has
been produced which is perfect ih
one respect. Thus we have nothing
superlatively fast, or steady, or safe
from being sunk, or able to fight her
guns to perfection. Compromise is
no doubt an excellent thing, but it is
possible perhaps to push it too far,
and it seems as though it might be
worth whilo to abandon some qualities wholly to secure tho possession
of others in perfection. Thus, for
example, it might be worth while to
arm ships of the Archer class with
guns which they could really use at
sea; and although something else
would havo to be sacrificed, it might
be found better in the ond to raise
the turret guns of the Hero, which
are now, we are told, so close to the
deck that the explosion from them
is likely seriously to damage the
upper deck fittings in their line of
fire. As it is now, all the fittings
on tho fore deck leak badly, and tho
mess deck is always afloat when
steaming against a moderate sea.
A trial of the strength of these fittings should be made by firing full
charges right ahead. The great
defect of the modern British navy is
that we have always tried to combine too much in one ship. Our
designers have behaved in effect like
men who hare to pack into ono
portmanteau what would fill threo;
they are reluctant to leave out
anything, and the result is that'
everything is crushed and spoiled.
A very large sum is to be spent on
the navy. Let us hope, says the
Engineer, that, instead of building
half a dozen ships, in eaoh of which
half a dozen more or less incompatible qualifications are to be combined
somehow, the plan will for once be
tried of building half a dozen different ships in each of which will be
found some superlatively good qualities.
Wholesale city Market.
Beet,     per 100 lbs. ,4*03 5 50
Pork "    7 fi- & 8 50
Muttou      "           8 00 @ 1)00
Potatoes     "        _,t_     75
Cabbage     "       CO® 1 OO
Onions       "    1 oil @ 150
Wheat        "    150@000
Oats "           1S59 160
Peas "     1 50 ci 2 00
Hay,       per ton   12 00(1.15 00
Butter (rolls) per   0 28® 0 35
Cheese, "     0 1-1 & 0 15
Ejnjs,      perdo  O20@    25
Conlwood (relall) per cord    300*, I "
lestgr'nlpcr 100 lbs  ton® 0 00
--    (dry)       "       „   5 oo & ll 00
Wool, por lb       ..    10
Children Cryfor Pitcher's Castoria
BAPTIST OHUROH, Aanes Rtreel,
East of Mary Street. Lord's Day
Services nt II a. m. and 7 p.m. Sabbull,
Hehool andlllble Class at 2:30 p. m. All
seats free; strangers cordially welcomed.
—Bev. Thos. Baldwin, pastor.
METHODIST
Btreet. Rev.
OHUROH,   Mary
   J. H, White, Tastor.
Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday
School and Bible olass 2:30 b. m. Prayer
Meeting on Thursdays at 7.aop.m. Heats
free; strangers cordially Invited.
ni. PAUL'S C'tURCH, John Street,
Q Opposite Orange Hall. Hev. Thomas
Haddon, Pastor. Services every Sunday
at 11 a. ra, and 7 p.m. Thursday evenings
at 7:30 o'olook. Scats free; all are cordially Invited. Sunday School at 2:80 p. in.
/*,HUnCH OF EMGLA.VD. — HOLY
ll TU1NITY CHUKCH: Bcclor, The
Ven. Archdeacon Woods. 8. MARY'S
OHURCH: Rector, Tho Bishop, Services
lo both churches every tail. All seats
tree. Both churches open all day for private -irayer.	
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C. T. U—REGULAU MEETING
. , . every Wednesday titternoon at 8
o'clock at the W. C. T. U. Headquarters,
Douglas St. Loyal Lc**lon In tlie same
place every Friday afternoon.—Mrs. Jas.
Cunningham, President; Miss DeBeck,
Secretary,	
CALEDONIA A ST. ANDREW'S
80ClRTY.-Tlio regular meetings o(
this Association nre lit-lil on tlio litat Tuen*
day ol each raontli, at 8 o'clock p.m. All
Scotohmen nre Invited to attend. -John
Buie, Hpo.	
AO. F.-COURT LORD DUFFERIN,
, No. 6SM. The regular -nestings or
tlie utiove Court nro held nt the ForesterH*
Hall, on the lirst nnd third Wcilnef-dity In
each mouth, at 8 p. m.—J no, McMurphy,
Scnr., P.C.R.   	
UMlOlV LODUE Nn, O, A. P.
A A. SI.—The regular meetings of this Lodge aro held ln
.    .    . the Mnsonlo Temple on the tirat
Wednesday in each month, at 7:30 o'clock
fi. m. Sojourning brethren arc cordlnlly
nvitod to attend.—W. C. Coatham, Sec.
BOARD OP TRADE. Board Room,
Oddfellows Brick Block, up-at-ilr**.
Council meets on the fimt and third Wednesday in each month,nt 4 p.m. Quarterly
meetings on the 22nd of Feb., May,, Aug.,
and Nov., nt 7:80 p. nt. New members
may be proposed and elected nt nny Quarterly meeting,—D. Rouson, ftee.
AUSTIN'S HAY MARKET
For Hay, Straw, Wheat, Bran, Shorts,
Oil Cake, Ac,
AUSTIN'S STORE
For Groceries, Hardware, Rope, Platform Scales, kc.
AUSTIN'S CELLAR
For Choice Potatoes, Carrots, Turnips,
Onions, kc
AUSTIN'S STABLE
For Good Teams and Sober Teamsters,
AUSTIN'S PRINCIPLES:
Square Dealing and Total Abstinence,
dfe-oto
ODD FELLOWS' HALL
FRIDAY, iMIth APRIL.
A 8RAND MUSICAL EVENT
T-a-sj TA-ioog
OX.TJB,
OX1   BOSTOS.
For 40 years before the Public
Composed of tho following Eminent
Artists:
Herr WILLIAM OHLIOER, Solo Violin
Concert Master.
Mr. MANASSA ADLER, Bolo Violin.
Mr. THOMAS RYAN, Bolo Olarlnette and
Viola.
Herr FRIT/, SCHLACHTER, Viola and
Violoncello.
Hon ANTON HEKK1NQ, Solo Violoncellist to his Majesty the Kins; of Holland, and
MISS ALIOE RYAN,
Prima Donna Soprano.
Reserved Setts 11.00, on sale at D. Lyal's,
spJOW
IMPOETANT
Government Auction Sale
REAL ESTATE.
Embracing some of the best Water Frontages in New Westminster City.
I have been instructed by the Surveyor
General, W. S. Gore, Esq., to sell by Public Auction at the COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, on
Saturday, 27th April,
THE FOLLOWING VERY ELIGIBLE NEW WESTMINSTER CITY PROPERTY, the area of which is about 20
acres, more or less, or about 100 city lots.
Lot 23, Block 36, situate between Queen's
Avenue and Dock Square.
Lot 15, Block IX, situate between Pelham
Street and Queen's Avenue.
The above property will be found worthy the attention of
those interested in Mill Sites, Ship Yards and Manufacturing Industries and Capitalists generally. It being conceded by all far
seein-jmen that there does not exist a safer and better field for
investment than that afforded by New Westminster C ty, the
Fresh Water Terminus of the C. P. R., and upon the completion
of the New Westminster Southern, will be tlie British Columbian
terminus 0* the American system of railroads, and with the immense advantages offered by the mighty Fraser River, the main
artery of the country,
It does not require a prophet to fortell that in the near future
New Westminster must become the London of British Columbia.
bTSTREMEMBER, there has been no boom in New Westminster City, hence no fictitious values have been arrived at.
The sale will commence at 7 o'clock Saturday evening.
Terms at sale, which will be very liberal.
T. 0". TEAPP,
aplltd
J^TJOTXOXrBBXl.
TENDERS.
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
the undersigned up to noon on Taes-
dny the lioili IuhI., for the erection of a
two*f-tory frame building on the corner of
Columbia and Douglas streets.
Plans nnd speolflcutlons can be seen at
my oflloe.
apaOtd HENRY V. EDMONDS.
DOUGLAS STREET
BAKERY
Foot ov Douglas Street, Near
Coi.uMniA Street.
J. FERGUSON,  PROPRIETOR
FRESH   BREAD,   CAKES,   PASTRY,
Confectionery, etc., etc..
Hotel nnd Rcstnnrnnt trade sol lclted.   .
All orders promptly attended lo nnd
delivered lo any part of the city.  dinh28y
[RfKOVED FROM SAAMIOH TO VICTORIA]
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
(illustrated) of Plants, Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, &c Valuable imported
Japanese Lilies given away to
customers this year.
G. A. McTAVISH,
dmMOmO VICTORIA, h. O,
•XOJWJ
HARDWARE
woro
JE3
ESTABLISHED 1812.
Jas. Cunningham
OOLUMBIA STREET, WESTMINSTER, 1.0.
IMPORTER OF
Hardware,
Agr. Implements,
Rope,
Paints,
Oils,
Window Olass,
Crockery,
Ohinaware,
Woodenware,
Wall Papers,
Stoves, Ranges,
Fire Orates,
Gas Fittings,
Iron Pipe,
Pumps,
Sewer Pipe,
Plaster, Cement,
Lime, Hair.
MANUFACTURER OF
-*S.TIN & SHEET-IRONWARE.
CONTRACTS FOR
Iron Cornice Work, tlas-Httlng,
Plumbing, Roofing, *c
HOUSE TO RENT.
E1URNISHED OR UNFURNISHED, on
JC   Columbia Street) corner of Merrlvale
Street,   Particulars on application to
daplStO  A. J. McCOLL.
TO RENT.
mHE STORE FORMERLY OCCUPIED
JL   by Foulds A Co.- ln tbo Masonic and
Odd Fellows' BlocK, New Westminster,—
Apply Io                         WM. McCOLL.
 dnp2te	
Land Registry Ordinance! 1870
Re Lot 70, Group I, New Westminster
Distriot.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Title of Dennis Reginald Harris tithe above-in cut lulled land has been lost
or destroyed and application hns been
made for a duplicate thereof: Notice is
therefore hereby given that a new Certificate of Title will bo Issued lu lieu of that
so lost or destroyed, unless cause be shewn
to the contrary within one mouth from
date.
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
District Registrar,
Land Registry Office,
New West., B. C, 16th April, 1869.
daplfml	
Notice to Contractors
EALED  TENDERS   WILL  BE   RE-
1 ceived by the undersigned up to noon
Tuesday, 30th April, Instant,
iron tub
Construction of a Bridge acrou llio LU*
looct Blver nl Maple Uhlgc.
Plans nnd specifications can bo seen nnd
forms for lender obtained nt tho 1'iwt ut-
flee, Port Haney, nnd nt the alike of lhe
undersUcned. »„„„„
C. WARWICK,
Gov't Agent.
Now Westminster, April 10,1SS9.
aplMwld
SPRING ASSIZES
Sheriff's   Notice.
VTOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1*1 all Coroners, Keepers of Gaols nnd
Houses of Correction In my Bailiwick who
may have business thereat, arc rei-neste-l
to attend the sittings of the Court of Assise to be holden nt (lm Court House In
the City of New Westminster on
Wednesday the 1st Day of
May Next*
At 11:30 o'clock n. m.; thnt tho roll of
Grand mid Petit Jurors who hnve been
summoned for tbe AehIxo wjll bo culled
over at 11:30 o'clock a. in. on the dnte
above given; and all persons will bo ox*
Jeeted to answer to tbelr numes, prill
urors foiling to answer will ho llnhtoto
lose their day's pay and subject themselves to n fine,
W. J. ARMSTRONG,
Sheriff.
New Westminster, 17th April, 1880.
 dwapmd
Merchant Tailors
Have Just Received an Immense stook
of Imported
Tweeds, Worsteds,
FANCY SUITINGS, FANOY PARTINGS AW
Whioh have never been equalled In
the City and whioh they nre
prepared to make up
AT PRICEA THAT WIU ■©THE* KVKN
THE t-UTERN TAILORS
To Compete With,
Style, Fit and Workmanship
OUARANTKED,
tt- Call and inspect Qoods.-v*s
Oolumbia St.,
One Door West of Dickinson's Butcher
Shop, ll«w**'-susiUuterlB.«.
dmnlyl
GROCERIES
•FLO-crrs,
SHOBTS.
S*B^.3ST,
S*EfEO*BTS.
A Car-load of SPALLUMCHEEN FLOUR just arrived,
A. DesBRISAY, Cor. Columbia & Blackie Sts.
dapietc
BUGGIES!     BUGGIES!
JUST RECEIVED,
A CARLOAD OF
Pell, Rice Coil-spring iIcLangUan
wd «5s-«a m. na am
DUPLEX, HANDY,  BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
6§r The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia."^
iv-ap-to    IleicL cfe Ourrie.
PRICE AND  TERMS ON APPLICATION.
Lot^Blk 34, 214^x132.
Lot'sTBlk 34,132x132.
[aoxbxtrxtnst,.!
Lot 2, Blk 84,82ixl32,
With 2-storey Residence, Coach House and Cottage Grounds
nicely laid out. Fruit Trees, never-failing Spring of Pure
Water and magnificent view.
^TThis Property faces on Royal Avenue, Merrivale and St.
Patrick's Sts., and is in the Bon-ton part of the City.
Apply Dihkct ip 	
diin-yu jbcCLXXd Bros.
Chas. McDONOUGH,
Front Street, New Westminster.
11
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS ftalltimlsof Woolen Ws
READY-MADE CLOTHING.
Hp~f The only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. dmh30tc
Get Our Prices and See the Goods.   One Car of these Plows to
Arrive about the 20th inst.
F.C. Strickland & Co.
WEBSTER'S BUILDING, FRONT STREET, WESTMINSTER.
djrno2lo
BRITISH COMMA MT MARKET,
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
VAN  VOLKENBURQH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
HEAT PURVEYORS IN GENERAL.    FRESH AND CORNED
HEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.
WTSpecial lines quoted for tho shipping trade.   Family orders striotly attended
to.   Hotels will find It to their Interest to placo their orders with tho abovo firm,
dasnoly
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN & REICH EN BACH,
(SUCCESSORS TO W. B. TOWNSEND)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hams, Bacon, Sausage, Bolognas, Etc
daolrl
ANOTHER CARLOAD
Just Received, Direct from Hamilton.
THIS MAKES TWO SINCE JANUARY.
Intending Buyers should make a note
of this, as it goes to show that we sell
more Stoves than any two Houses in the
Province. Our superior line of Stoves and
low prices do the business.
E. S. Scoullar & Co.
basrilb i fit* flUi Tunonr
dwnolyl
H. T. READ & CO.
(Masonic Block, Columbia Street.)
THE LEADING HARDWARE MERCHANTS
m NEW WESTMINSTER.
GENERAL HARDWARE, PAINTS AND OILS.
Largest Stock of CROSS-CUT SAWS in the Country.
We keep the finest Stock of BUILDERS' HARD-
WARE in the province.
SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO OUR LARGE AND
VARIED ASSORTMENT OF
PAINTERS' SUPPLIES.
We have on hand a large stock of Magnetic Oxlrtc Fire-proof I'uhlt,
warranted 02 per ct pure oxide. So high a grade Bold by no other house in the city.
nrDnrlnn tbe year Hint we have opened we have materially reduced tbe prices of
ever j thing in our line, nnd hopo by strict attention to business to receive a continuance of tbe publio patronage. noldwly
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Foundry and Machine Shop
Front St., New Westminster, B. C.
robust -r.__.-vtr,
____2_-_-B_l-.OTXrXlBBB   OB
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNERY,
AGRICULTURAL & ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
REPAIRING DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
P. S.—All ordors from the upper country promptly attended to.
dwnolml)
Spring Stock Complete!
THE LEADING HOUSE IN VANCOUVER FOR
Dress Goods & Millinery
CARPETS, HOUSE FURNISHINGS,
Two Large Stores Filled with Novelties inall the above Lines
and at Popular Prices.
AGENTS FOR BUTTERIUK'S PATTERNS In British ColumUs
t-TWe havo scoured tho services of a first-class Dress Maker.
S3" All orders promptly executed and satisfaction guaranteed.
Cope cfe "Sroi3LEinsr-i
•lmiiSlm 400 to 406 Hastings St., Vancouver.
Douglas 8c Deighton.
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTEDS OF
HARNESS, SADDLES and BRIDLES
•WII I "PS,
SADDLEWARE, ETC.
Colonial Block,
Columbia Street,       New Westminster, B. C.
SEND IN YOCR ORDERS.   ALL WORK OF THE BEST MATERIAL AND
WORKMANSHIP,   PRICES U)W.
noldwly   ^^^^
~1FlOYAL CITY
Planing II Company, Ld.
RICHARD STREET, NEWWESTMINSTER.
MANUFAOTl-UERH AHD DEALERS IK
JUlMs of Boil il Dressed Met
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
JLXTX. j-.-_.__ jeiitds oa-
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors.   Frames.   Windows,
Mouldings. Balusters.    .
Blinds. Brackets.
Railings, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
nolBdwljr All about warts.
What They Really Arc nml Hon to Get
Bid of Thom In a Sooond.
Wart—A small, hard tumor on the skin
formed by an enlargement of its vascular
papillae and a thickening of the epidermis
which covers them.
This is the definition given in the dictionary, but, says the Toledo Blade, it doesn't
Indicate what tough thingB theso "small,
hard tumors" are, or hov. it disfigures the
hand. And it doesn't say any thing about
how the small hoy tries every thing under
the shining sun to get rid of them, plunging hiB soul so deep in superstition that he
can never break away from it in the whole
course of his after life.
The popular superstition Is thit if one
person counts another's warts they will
abandon their original claim and locate on
the fellow who was interested enough in
them to count them—a token of appreciative
recognition that Is rarely satisfactory to tho
latter.
The commonplace way to get rid of them
iB to tie a Bilk thread around the wart and
leave it to cut its way through the wart.
"When this Is done the wart finds itself, so
to speak, without a leg to stand on. It 1b
alone in the cold world without a friendly
or a helping hand, and it can not survive
tbe shook.
Another very pleasing way is to burn the
little joker off wltb caustic, but this is not
in line with the average small boy's tastes,
and is not popular.
An old Southern method that smacks of
voudooism Ib to catch a fish and take a drop
of blood from eaoh of the warts and rub it
on tho fish. Thou throw the fish back alive
into the river. The person who trios this
experiment Is warranted to soon sicken of
fish and tho warts to disappear. This style
of wart exterminator was probably invented by Tom Sawyer. It's Just about
complicated and troublesome enough to suit
him.
An old gray-whiskered and patriarchal
method is to steal a piece of fresh meat-it
must be stolen, or the charm will not work
—and rub it on the warts. Then look cautiously around, acting as muoh like a real
thief as you oan, and If no one sees you,
why hide it deep in the ground. While the
meat Is rotting the warts will go away. If
that doesn't suit you, take a frosh piece of
pork from a pig that has just been killed
and put it on the warts, and keep it there
over night, and then bury it. That will kill
them, sure, or the recipe lies.
The greater part of the cures are undoubtedly faith-cures, as is shown by every
wart story that was ever told.
"When I was a youngster I had more
warts than you could shake a Btick at,"
said an old man the other day, " but I finally got rid of them. My old colored mammy
—for I am of Southern birth—told me what
to do, and I thought it would do no harm,
so I tried it I went to work and stole from
a neighbor's as many pebbles as I had warts
and tied them up in a bit of cloth. Then I
went out-doors and, shutting my eyes,
j whirled around until Iwas all mixed up in
regard to directions. Then X threw the
bag as far as I could, atill keeping my eyes
shut and not oaring whether it smashed a
window or not Then I whirled around
some more until I didn't know which way I
had thrown it and opened my oyes. In
about a week the warts were gone. And
still there are people who scoff at faith-
cures."
Another way Ib to wash your hands in
the water that has lain for a long time in
hollow stumps, but this is too common and
easy to bo of much account.
If the seventh son of the seventh father
takes you out on a dark night and mutters
an incantation over you the warts will
■'take a sneak." There are many other
ways, but li you want ono tnat is sure to
knock out tho wart in tho flrst round without any faith or maglo just take a slim
needle and stick it through the wart at the
root, close to the hand. Then light a match
and hold it to the other end of tho needle
till you feel like a Fourttf of July celebration, Itia radical, but kills the wart as
dead as a herring.
HUSBAND AND WIFE.
I Certain obnoxious Methods In Domestic
Partnerships.
The fretful partner is like an Incurable
' disease, and should be run off to the hospital for incurables just as soon as tho case
has becomo chronic, says the Woman's Mag-
azine,  Frotfulness clogs the wheels of tho
' whole domestic machine and dampena tho
1 genial atmosphere that belongs to tho homo;
[ clouds the sunshine that should warm and
, brighten it  It is an intolerable evil, and, if
it can not be abated by mild methodB, it
should bo Indicted as a nuisance.  Tho extravagant partner nevor counts the cost of
. any thing that is desired, but plunges headlong into all sorts of foolish purchases.  Ho
\ Ib a veritable Toodles.  The penurious partner goes as reprehenslvely in the opposito
direction, and his parsimony makes the
other half of the firm miserable.  The lazy
partner seeks to throw the ontiro cares of
the bread-getting upon the other, and yet
expects to faro as woll.  Happily we have
_^ no domestic firms in this country in which
tho weaker partner is degraded by tho
■ slavish labor imposed upon her, as it ts in
j somo countries, where a woman is Been do-
. ing or assisting In tho work of an animal-a
beast of burden—while the noble husband
performs some easior task,   It is well that
(public opinion would not tolerate suchabar-
l burous Bpoctaclo here. Thero are cases, no
doubt, where the wife suffers enough of indignity and neglect without that Of courso
ail of these domestic firms ean not bo
wealthy ones, but all can and should be
equal in the division of the profits that accrue from their joint efforts to keep up the
reputation and promote tho prosperity of
J tlio concern.  Tho average woman, among
tho class of peoplo who depend upon employment for their boing, does full as much
work, of her own kind, as tho man, and, as
a rule, does It with less grumbling; she
spends leas out of the general fund for beer
and tobacco, and yet received loss dividends
than ho does.  Such partnerships are glar-
i ingly inequitable, and, though sanctioned
by custom, should not exist  Man—must I
Bay It—is an egotistical animal, and though
he have a truo, devoted and hard-working
partner in Ills wife, almost invariably speaks
of "my farm" and "my house," evon if
his gentler partner has contributed largely
toward acquiring it. In many of these domestic partnerships the woman makes far
tho longer days, working, perhaps, till bedtime, while tho other smokes his pipo and
reads his newspaper, and yot ho hugs himself with tho IdloUo delusion that ho Is supporting this weary creature who does a
hundred things that nevor enter his obtuse
brain. In his conceit it is only ho who toils,
while thoso f rallor hands and moro thought*
ful head aro doing far more than ho to build
up and strengthen thli domestic- establishment |
The Cocaine Habit.
Dr. 0. F. Belcher, ot St Louis, has been
interviewed by tho Chicago Newt, and is reported as expressing the following views;
"Tho cocaino habit is now as regularly an
accepted dlsoase as phthisis or gout. We
havo in St Louis moro than a down cases
of it—mon and women who have let this
fatal drug got tho mastery of them, and
who havo been completely wrecked by its
effects, (tee of our physicians is among
tho number—one of the brightest men in tho
profession. Ho iB now in an insane asylum
being treated for this habit. Cocaino is
worso than alcohol and opium put together.
It robs a man of his will power from tho
start and changes him into a drunken boast
after tho flrBt exhilaration passes away. I
do not know of any drug which sooms to attack so severely man'B moral side. Tho cocaino user become* a villain as naturally as
achloroformed man goes toslocp. Holosos
his bomo of right and wrong and is violent
passionate and brutal. Tho effect li the
somo in both sexes. I have studied oases
enough to know that cocaine must affect
that part of the brain, if there la such a localisation, whero what wo call man's moral
qualities abide."
Sating the Prodigal'! Mush.
In a Western (N.B. W.) town thero lain tho humble but useful capacity of maker
of a well-known baklng-powder—a ncphow
of tbo late Lord IddjQBlelgh. And at a
back-blocks public houso wo met thoth'rd
ton of a wealthy duke, in tho humble but
Wanted, Sliort-hanilPnpilR.
fit. T. U, DUNCAN WISHES TO IS-
1 form the Public of New Wratmlnste r
M:	
that ho Is now prepared lo give lessons ln
and In fhelateslandhest-ysteras.
Short-hnnd.... ■    ... ..
A complete course guaranteed ln three
montbs. .     ..
Vlolto also lauilit. Tho teaching; ot
children on .his Instrument a specialty.
Address, Drawer 0, Oity, New Westminster. daplOto
ANYONE BEFORE PURCHASING:
Buggies, Carriages, Wagons
or PIuBtons-
W1LL SAVE CONSIDERABLE MON-
ey In calling at the showrooms ot
I. J. J. FISHER & CO.,
„ BTOKB 8TBF,1.T,      •      VlCTOStA, B. C
Where n complete stock ol Vehicles are
kept. -a. A fresh cnr-lood expected ln a
few days dlr*ct from  .heir celebrated
manufactory at Kincardine, Ont.
Every Rig guatanteed.        dmhSOml
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE PACT THAT
Temple of Music I
Is tho Placo to BuyFlrst-Olnes
PIANOS «»ORGANS
At sueh Prices aud Terms as will Suit
Any Reasonable Buyer.
For prices and terms, apply to CARTER'S TEMPLE OF MUSH],     '
Vancouver, II. C.
230 Hastings Bt. West. daplOto
THB WESTMINSTER
PoultryYards
JOHN 8. OOX, Prop.
he
*HH Light Brahmns,
^H^V       Partridge Coohhlni,
^M^KLjUymonth Rocks.
*3I WWWr" White race Bl'k Sp-tnlah
White Crested. Black  and Golden
Polands.
Hondana.     SUver-penolllcd   Ham-
burgs.
Black, Red and Pitt dames.
Toulonee Geese.     Rouen Ducks.
JUST RECEIVED I
A GREAT VARIETY OF
r. HAIRS
FANCY and USEFUL,
Bedroom Suites, Etc
TO BE SOLD CHEAP.
CALL AND   GET  PRICES.
mHE BEST STOOK OF BABY BUGGIES
JL on the way ever ordered from New
Westminster.
B*. Outlets lifted, beaten and laid at
reasonable rates.
T. A. MUIR & CO.
Chemists & Druggists,
Queens Hotel Blook    •    NiWWilTNlniTU
A CHOICE LINE OP
Brushes,     Perfumis,
Combs,      SachetPowd'rs
Soaps,
TOILET   ARTICLE'S.
Prescriptions and Family Recipes carefully dispensed from pure Drugs.
Wl-l-t Bell attendance, dapltc
0.1.1
LAUD 8MVH-S.
k. C. CAMBIE
NtTUV PSILIO.
Woods, Turner Ss &amUe
LAND SURVEYORS.
ljlUU(UUi.|ft
AND CONVEYANCERS.
j__.a-.mNwa I'or
FIRE.—The Western of Tomiito.Tlit- Xl-
na, Tlio City of London, and The Hurl-
ford,
LIFE.—The New York Life Insurance Co.
ACCIDHNT-The Travellers' of Hartford
curately and promptly carried out.'
City and Suburban Land* Air Bale.
We con show a complete list of desirable
localities.
Farming Lands* Improved anduulm-
—m, thwughoutthr **-*-■--
 jtlnstam      ~
sold.
prove.i.throuat—... ...„„
Mining an other Stock bought and
Money to Loan on first mortgage at
low rates.  '_
Tkliphokk Call No. 83.
P.O.DllAWEBW.
WOODS, TURNER A fl&HBll.
Ornoi, hum Blook,  •  Coumiia Stmt
NBW WESTMINSTER.
dmhlw
HENRY V JEDMONDS
NOTARY PUBLIC,
CONVEYANCER, REAL ESTATE
—Ann-
INSUKANOE AOENT
HAS REMOVED
BANK BUILDINGS
OOLUMBIA STREET,
NBW WESTMINSTEB,  •  B. (1.
Opp. Postofflce and next door to lhe
Bank of British Columbia.
PROPERTYlOR SALE
IS ALL PARTS Of THK
■* **»•»&? N°W
-AN&- , \.\0
CITY «* VANCOUVER
MINT FOR
The e»na*» lift limmceOo.,
The HitlM-al Flro Aim-nieo Co..
lie iron-It*- Vilon lire Hisnnneci
Society,
srism F»-l-d a. leal MM. al
BeaHuble Hale..
ESTABLISHED, A, D„ 1884.
itHIJl
FABBHOTSTit TBT.XI
DRESS MAKING
At MISS JENNINGS',
(Lath or England)
Corner of Church and Columbia Streets,
NKW WESTMINSTER.
•erSatlBfaotlon guaranteed.    dwfo7tc
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
-Satisfaction guarantee,!.      <lapl*U'
VANCOUVER CITY
Foundry \ MachineWorks
THE PROPRIETORS OF THESE
work* linve much pleasure In notifying tlielr friends and the public thai thoy
nre now prepared to receivo nnd promptly
execute any orders for work in tlielr line
with which they may bo favored.
A.lWcKELVlE,
Mechanical Manager.
Vnncouvor, B,C.,8tli May, 1888.
dwmyiato	
PORT HAMMOND
NURSERY
Frail Trees,
Ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits,
And GARDEN STOCK on hand In great
variety.
Everything first-class and furnished In
good shape.
a*. Send 15 cts. for valuable 80-pnge|De-
scrlptlvd Catalogue with 6 beautiful colore-! plates. Prico Lints sent free.
G. W. HKNRY,
dwdelOlc Port Hammond, B, C.
Wm. A. Dashwood-Jones
fBESH CALIFORNIA MID LOCAL
ALWAYS ON HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
dJeSitc
Corbett & Kennedy,
MANOFACTOl'ERS  OP
TIN-C0PPER&8HEET-IR0N
*W -A. -B "El.
WEBSTER'S BLOCK <UP*STAIR8),
PnotraStrekt,   -  NewWestminster.
HAVING JOST OPENED IN THE
above line, we respectfully solicit a
share of the trade, and trust by careful
attention to orders and moderate charges
to merit the same Experienced workmen; BfttisfactlQi. guaranteed,
Estimates furnished for Galvanized Iron
Cornice, Rooflng, Plumbing, Gas*lltting,
Steam and Hot Water Hcnltng, Ae.
i**r Entrance topremlues on Mary St.,
ln rear of Bank ot B. C. dwmhDto
Coal, Wood-Bark
THE UNDERSIGNED  KEEPS   CON-
stantlyln stock the
REST WELLINGTON COAL
 ALSO-—
Wood and Bark,
Which  he vill   sell   at the LOWEST
RATES and deliver promptly.
ft*. Orders left at the stores of Mr. McColl and Mr. McDonough will receive
attention.
TEAMS FOIl Kl Itr. stables, corner of
Douglas and Columbia Street*.
HENRY ELLIOTT.
New West., Ii. C, Nov 22,1898.    ilno231o
TO SMOKERS.
IP YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
CIGAR, ASK FOR THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
o.™ MAINLAND.
UfThcy are not only made of the
Choicest Tobacco but they an of
Home Manufacture, and should be
patronized by all good citizens.
WM. TIET1EN, Manufacturer,
noLnnooK BD-unxo,
CULUMBIA STREET,        NE* WESTMINSTER.
twltnoly
WM, McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
—AISO—
•WEU-IELIOTsi) STOCK 0'
DRY COODS
AND FURNISHINOS.
AT THE  LOWEST PRICE8.
LUNDBOHM'H BLOCK,
Columbia Slreet,       Row Wcslralustrr.
noldwly
North British and
i Mercantile
COMPANY.
lOTABuqHijP laoo.
Capital,   •   114,600,000,00
OF  LONDON.
capital.
$9,733,000.00
IUTEH AB   tOW A9   ANY OTHER
**_wtmmm&
T. Or. T-A.QTJBS
Agent lot Ntw Westminster
ud District.        dji
JUST RECEIVED BY
SHELTON A CO'V
A Largo Consignment of
Walnut Parlor Suites
FKOM 819.00 TO 8200.00.
108 HASTINGS ST.,    -    VANCOUVER.
dmli21ml  ,
W. BREDEMEYER, DR. PH.
(Late Partner of John McVicker)
MINING ENGINEER, U.S. 4 PROVINCIAL SURVEYOR, A ASSAVER.
Masonic Temple Block, Vancouvbk,
Brit. Col.
■•■Reliable reports, underground surveys and maps of mines executed at low
rates. Assays made on all kinds of minerals, gold and silver bars. Thlrtyyears'
experience lu mining in Aslu, Europe
and United States of America. Speaks
ten laoguages. Aways from a distance
proimrtfy attended to.   Address Vancou-
ver, ftp,  ddelTte
Land Beglstry Ordinance, 1870
He Lot 5, in the Subdivision of Lot 4, in
Suburban Block 9, New Westminster.
WHEREAS THB OEHTIPlOATE OF
Title of Charles G. Haggman tothe
above-mentioned land has been lost t r
destroyed, aud application ban been made
for a duplicate thereof! Notice is therefore hereby given that a new Certificate
of Title will be lHHued ln Heu of that so
loBtor destroyed, unless cause bo shewn
to the contrary within one month from
date. R. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Offlce. tAt_ .    .. ,a„
New West., R. 0.. Uth April, 1889.
 dupllml	
J. W. WINGER
DEALERIN
Hard and Soft Wood
Draying and Teaming
Done on Short Notice sml nt Rcnion-
able Terms.
SAN JUAN LIME
Always In Stook.
Oiders left at the C. P. N. Wharf will be
promptly delivered. dmhfflto
SAM^iLLS!
BRACKMAN & KER,
MANUFACTURERS  OF
OATMEAL
By the Latest Improved Process.
$3P ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
■IIU .< Xorll. Saonlcl..
OFFICE 4 WAREHOUSE: Tlelorln.
dmhSOrifc
ff.UeoMri =-(!i.
330-331 COBDOYA B1BKET,
VANCOUVER. B.C.
Importers and Dealers ln
MACHINERY
07 ALL DES0RITI0K8.
MARINE WORJTa SPECIALTY.
dwdeKHo	
MIZONY&CO'Y
303 Cordova Street,
Vancouver, Brit. Col.
WHOLESALE
LIQUORS^ CIGARS
Telephone Orders Promptly Attended to.
TELEPHONE CALL 103,
dmhzanO	
Dominion^ Lands.
JY YOU ARE PAYING FOR YOUR
Pre-emption or for rent of Mining or
rasing Land, or buying Farm, Mining
or any lnnd from the Dominion Government,
DO NOT PAY GASH
large discount.
Scrip can be obtained ln large or small
quantities from
ALLOWAY & CHAMPION,
B_AJ_S.B23B,
WINNIPEG,   MANITOBA,
OB FKOM
THK BANK OV BRITISH OOLUMBIA,
NEW WESTMINSTER
dsrmhste	
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Nearly Opposite the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER. ,
THE LAMEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment ol all descriptions ol
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fun.
Hies, Restannnta, and Steamboat, at th.
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
Holbrook Estate!
SALB   OF
Valuable Property.
Q.HE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LOTS
. are offered forsnle, In parlor whole:
LOT 6, BLOCK 5. Columliln and Front
sheets, -0x132, with 6 stores thereon.
LOT ffl, BLOCK lJ-9"xls2-Coll.mhlniind
Clarkson slreets,wltn bulldlngsthoroon.
LOTS 11 A IS, BLOCK 5, Mary street! J
ncres, with hard Unlshcd house and
orchard.
H LOT I, BLOCK IB, Columbia streot,
SWIM.
LOT 84. GROUP 1, Vnnoouvor road, contnining 260 ncres.
narTho nbove Properly brings In a rental of "moo per month
For further particulars and terms of
sale, apply at
THOS. OVENS'
Blacksmith A Machine Sliop,
Merchant Square.
New Weitminster, B. O.
3^TO"ITOB.
HAVING DISPOBED OF ALL MV IN-
tercst in the London Arms Haloon, I
have to request that all partfei-owing me
will call and settle their accounts lmme-
dlntely, either with the undersigned or
With j. B. Cherry, whom I have appointed
my agent for this purpose.
dapSml B. LAMBERT.
W. 0. LOYE,
Fashionable M ii Slut llaker.
Repairing Neatly Done. Cork Bole
work a Specialty.
MTOrders promptly attended to.
Clarkson St., In rear of Colonial Hotel, next to Rand Bros.'office, dnolto
COUNTY  COURT
Or New Westminster.
THE NEXT SITTING OF THE ABOVE
Court has been postponed for one
week on account of the Assizes, and will
be held on Hay Ibe tub. Instead of May
1st.
All persons Interested will tako notico
and govern themselves accordingly,
W. H. FALDING,
Registrar nf Court.
New Went., April 12,18M). dwapiiUd
WM.H. VIANEN,
WHOLESALE
Mi Gai Mer!
FRONT STREET.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
t_r Hiohest Price paid for Furs end
Deer Hides.
Correspondence Invited.   n-LTclclihone
■I VI
Cos. Columiia sho Chusoh Sis.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
Hunts, M...i!i Tilts, Etc.,
In Marble or Granite of Best Quality.
CORNER    POSTS    AND    CURBING.
N. B.—Just recelved-ihe finest assortment of Scotch Oranlte Mon-imenU ever
seen tn British Columbia, which will be
the question.
dwmh21yl
ALEX. HAMILTON Prop.
Oity of KewjffBBtminster!
ASSESSMENT ROLL, 1880.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1*1 the Assessment Roll of the City of
New Westminster for the year 1880 nas
been returned to me, and now remains at
my offlce where It may be inspected during offlce hour.* by any person or persons
Interested therein.
The first sitting of the Court of Revision
of tho said City of New Westminster for
the year 18Hlt will be held In the Oity Council chambers on
Tuesday, 30th April, 1880,
At 2 o'clock p. m. Any person or persons
Intending to complain of his or tholr
assensment or non-assessment, or of tho
assessment or non-assessment of any
other person or person**, must notify me
of his or tbelr ground of complaint at
least seven days previous to the first lit*
ting of said court.
D. ROBSON,
City Clerk.
City Clerk's Oflice,
New West, Mar. 30,1889.      dmhSOtd (
TIME    CARD.
O.  3E».   30*.  OO.
The Fine First-Class
Str. William Irving
Will Leave the C. P.N. Co.'s Wharf,
SI tTB BTT
Tuesday.Thursday & Saturday
AT 7 A. M.,■: . I
FOR CKIU.IWHACK AND WAV PORTS.
Returning Every   :   .
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When sufficient Inducement offers she
will proceed to HOPE and on such
occasions will leave ber wharf
at 4 a.m.
Connecting with the C. P.N. Co.*s Steamer
for Vlciorla.
JOHN IRVING, Malinger.
dapStc
VIOTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OFFER FOR BALE.
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice,
FOB POULTRY, Ae.
Rice Meal,
FOR CATTLE FEED.
dmhSOmd
•fcTOTIOS.
VTOTICE IS HERRBY GIVEN THAT
Si we have applied to the Minister of
the Interior lor a license tocut and take
away timber on and from tho following
described lands, situated ln the District of
New Westminster, Province of British
1. Tho east half of SeotlpnlOttheN.W.
Quarter of Section 20 nml the 8. E. quarter
of Section 80.IU Township*, and Section
80 In Township 10.
2. Commenelng al a stake placed at the
north corner of Stave Lake, thenoo west
40 obalns, thenoe north 80 chains, thence
east to lake about 80 obalns, thenco along
lake to point of commencement-containing about 400 acres, ;-,    _
A Commencing at a post set about two
miles N. E. from outlet of Slave Lnkc;
thenco aouth 40 chains, thenee west 20
chains, thenoo south about 80 ohalns to
lako, tbence along laae to pointof commencement-containing about 180 acres.
4. Commenolngatapc-t set on tho east
bank of stave River, about half a mile
south ot Stavo Luke; thenee north 20
chains, thenco west 40 chains, theneo
north 40 chnlns, thenoo east about SO
ohalns to lake; ngaln commencing at
same post, thence eaat 80 chains, thenoo
north-to take about 40 ohalns, thenee
along lake lo point before mentioned--
containing about 480 aero*.
5. commencing at a post sot about half
n mile north of tho head of Pitt Lake:
thenee north 80 ehalns, thenee west 40
chains, thenoe south 80 ehalns, thence
east to pointof commencement—containing 820 aores. ,.     ,
S Eaat half of Section 11, .southeast
quarter of section 28, and Seotlcn H—all
in Township 41.
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILM[OO.
N.w WMtmlnater, April U,ltt«, apttm
(-■ln>Jt-*L
, 11(11
Lime! Lime!
The Undersigned Keeps Constantly
on Hand a
W.   E.   DICKINSON,
C.P.N. WHARF,   -    WESTMINSTER.
dmh28tc 	
Grant & Mounce
CLARKSON ST., N.W.,
House, Sign, Church, Fresco
and  Scene
PAINTERS,
Every Branch Executed In the Boat
nnd Moit Artistic Style.
None but skilled Artisans employed.
A written guarantee given for durability
and permnnency of colors.        dinblji
VICTORIA
Steam Bakery!
ESTABLISHED 1858.
M. R. SMITH & CO.,
Manufacturers of All Kinds of
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Contractors by Appointment to Her
Majesty's Royal Navy, the Dominion Government, Ae.
Medal nnd Diploma awarded at tho Colonial and Indian Exhibition, London, 1880.
FACTORY—Niagara St. James Bay.
OFKICES-67 Fort f*t„ Victoria, 11.0.
 dap8m0	
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
Fked. G. Walker, Solicitor, Langley
Street, Victoria, and H. E. Choasdale-
Renl Estate Agent, Fort Street, Victoria,
up to and including SATURDAY the Sim
day ot April* 1H89, for the purchase of:
1. LOTS 228 4 288, TOWNSHIP 0, GROUP
ONE, New Westminster Dlstrlot, containing 297 acres, more or less, except
those portions thereof conveyed for
railway purposes.
2. The South-East Fractional Quurler-Sec-
tlon of SECTION 84, TOWNSHIP Ul,
GROUP 2, New Westminster District-
containing 160 acres, more or less, with
Improvements.
By order of tho Mortgagee,
FRED. G. WALKER,
So lief toi-,
daplStd Langley Street, Victoria,
D. MePHADEN,
Deme'S Bsiok Blook, Columbia Street,
offers for sale
A Full Stock of Ferry & Co.'s
FieldfGarden Seeds
Red, White and Alsike Clover
Seeds.
Timothy, Rye, Lawn and Blue
Grass Seeds.
-J., AAL8JO-FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF
GROCERIES ^PROVISIONS
COFFEE roasted and ground on the premises.
Choice lot of IMPORTED TEAS.
tt**b All Goods sold at lowest prices and
delivered free to all partB of the city,   die
M.A.McRAE
Merchant lailoi-
BEADTIFUL RaNQE OF
B|ack & Fancy Worsteds
Striped and Check
for spring and bummer
Opp. Oolonial Hotel
Columbia St..   •   Nbw Westminster,
dwmh28to
TABLE
Showing the Datei  and  Plaeea of
Conrta  of Asilae,   NUt Print,
and Oyer and Terminer, for
the Year 1889.
SPRING ASSIZES.
[OK   VANCOUVEn   ISLAND.]
Victoria Monday, 20th May.
Nan&tmo Tuesdsy 4th June.
[ON MAIKLAKD.1
NewWestmtnster...Wcdno8dny...l8tMay.
Kamloops Mondny «rd June.
Clinton Mondny ....10th June
FALL ASSIZES.
[ON MAINLAND.]
Richfield Monday.. .0!h Sept.
Clinton Wednesdiiy...2otliHepl,
Kamloopi Monday 7th Oot.
Lytton Monday Uth Oct.
NewWoBtmInster...Wedncstlny...iailiNov.
[ON VANCOUVBK ISLAND]
Victoria. Monday .25th November.
Nanaimo Tuesday 3rd December.
dnpl7inl #
" ^';|' ^
fJS
'", 'jf,
Housings, B.C,
HEALTH AND l-LKASVRK KR80RT.
STEAM, SAIL * ROW BOATS ON HAND
Hnlmml.g, »«l.o» and Private Ballu,
. With MperTcnoed Attendant..
LADIES DEPARTMENT SEPARATE.
T.rm.|»l.»0 to ts.00 per day.
Only S miles from Agassis station, O. P.
R. Reduced R. R and Steamboat rates.
Excursion rates good for SO days from
Westminster to Agassis Station and re-
torn, |9. Saturday excursion rate, good
until tallowing Monday, W.50. Comfortable Stages meet all trains. Ticket-can
h.obt«JnodntR.R.olllce.     dopJStoJaw
THE ATTRACTION
Of Columbia 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 District can purchase the best Boots and Shoes at the cheapest
prices.
I will allow to 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,
31  Ool-u.-ra.-bla Street.
Custom Work promptly attended to. dwto
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUNDBOM'B BUILDINO, FRONT STREET)
•PHI A T,T*1*3   IW
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hand on Extonslvo Stock of
Dry Goods, (ai'occi-icg,  Boots & Shoes, Uiits & Cups,
Crockery, Glassware, Ar.
M-B-f-r-B   ttt   bo*tb'   mrrx_vm.
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES, I-IME and   GENERAL STOKES.
N. B.—Farm Produce bought at market rates or sold on commission, a-s.Orders
from tbe Interior promptly attended to.
dwlestc
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
LAl&MESTIEITiGBM.Li
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY S. MASON,
CUYLER A. HOLLAND,
■     |
AND,    )
DIRECTORS.
HEAD OFFICE, • IS Serjeants Inn, Fleet St. -LONDON, ENG.
Tbe Business of ALLSOP k MASON haa been merged In the above Company
and will be carried on by tbe Company from thb date aa a general Land Investment
and Insurance Agency. *
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Ratea. Town Loti and Farming
Lands for Sale on euy terms.
Victoria & c, Hay 16th, 1887. dwJeTte
CASTORIA
tor Infanta and 'Children.
<'Cut«*feUKW--l--U-Mmclnla>-»-that| t__Utt_te_mOt^___mjMm,
LSrrr''"TK2S*sr'*** BE■w'^^I^SS'JrlS^*
known tome."     E.A. Awmsb,1LD.,        1      ration.
H.T.  |wRtol!tj-*rl--*s»^l*-sln.
TaW-CsMTJ-m OOW4AT, 17 Murray Stnet, N. T.
IU Bo. Olt-sdSt, l>-o»Uyn, J*. 1
DSTOTICJE
' 8 HEREBY GIVBN THAT I HAVE
I iipplk-d to the Hon. tbe Minister of tbe
Interior for a license to cut and carry away
timber (to be mnnnfncture-1 by myself at
Upper Sumas, B.O.,) from the following
described landi*. viz.: North half of Sec*
tlon 4, north half of Section 6, southwest
quarter of Section 16, south balf of Section
117, south half of Section 18, and tho whole
of Sections 6,7, B A U-all In Township Id-
New Westminster District-containing
-1000 acres, more or leaa. 8. J. RECORD.
Upper Sumas, B.C., 15th April, 1889.   lm
Land Beglstry Ordinance, 1670
New ir«8(m.w(er Suburban Lot No. IS,
Block X,
A CERTIFICATE OF INDEFEASIBLE
Titlo to tbe above mentioned Lot
will lie Issued to Henry Elliott on the 10th
day of June, 1880, unless In the meantime
it valid objection thereto be made to the
undersigned, In writing, by some person
claiming nn estate or Interest in said Lot
or some part thereof.
R. W. AUMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Offlco,
New Westminster, 7th March, 1889.
mhTdSm    	
Hit Hm
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE8DpSiiMoSTw?RE-
DOUBLE AND SINBLE RIBS
At Special Low Rates.
Drajing ud ill Iii tf Teaming
Done at Shortest Notice.
Dry Cord wood delivered to nny part of
tho City.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention. • „'.*•* ^.'-    -<_
avStablns nearly opposite C. F. R. Depot, Columbia St., NewWestminster,
djalius      QILLEY BR08. mora.
Feed.LiveryiSale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
phopbiitob.
,-mood driving a riding horses
VT for Hire. Hack* call at all Sicamera
and Trhins. Speolnl attention given to
Boarding Homos.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Hand.
Orders may be left at the Offlce of Mathers A Mllllgan,Commission Merchants,
Front Street, New Weit. dseSUto
W. ELSON,
Merchant Tailor,
PORT MOODY, B. C.
Ur. Elson will he at the Oolonial Hotel
the first Wednesday ln eaoh month for
the purpose of taklngordem,     dwJaSSto
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'V.
1 Olb Bho id St. and It Pin Mau, *
LONDON.
INSTITT^TED 1808.
FOB INSURING HOUSES tt OTHEB
Buildings, Ooods, Waits, Merohan.
dlse, Manufacturing ud Farming Stock,
Ships in Fort, Harbor or Dook, ud the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships build
ing and repairing, Barges ud outer Ves
sob on navigable rivers ud canals, ud
Goods on board suoh Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and ill Foreign
Countries,
IR0> L0BB OR MUSI II FIRI.
Subscribed ud Invested Capital,
•81,600,000 STGK
Bates of Premium and every inlormi.
Won ou be obtained on application to
W. J. ABMSTR0N6,
Agent lor Now W-srtmlnster.
To k Uo, Cal.,
BY VAT OF THE
x.xxrm.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
QUICKER IN TIME-rjASAgYoraisR
KOUTK BETWEEN
kMnbruiSu Mo.
M«M«OINIDMlJTs_» THE PACIFIC WAIT
PULLMAN   BUJ-FIT SLHPERt
TOURIST SLEEPING CAB8
For Accommodation ol Beoond-Olaas Pas-
sensor., attached to Express Trains.
Fare from Portland to Sacramento .ml
Dan Francisco—Unlimited, IB; Flrat*
class (Limited), W, Becond-claa. 0,1*
raited], $18.
THROUGH TICKETS lo all polnl. Bonth
and East, via Oal Ifornl..
TICKET OFFICES.       ,,.__,
Citv Ornoi, No. IM Oor. First * Aiiet
BtMSUI
D-crbr drriot, Cor. F A Front BtreeUj
-r-Kfc-J-******,„,.
as. uir.* P. A'«t
Portland, Oreton.
RKOEHLER,      E.P.ROQER
Manager. Usui*) $rifertt Columbian
Monday Evening, April ■*?,
ADVEBTiaiND SATES FOR THE DAILY.
Transient Adverlhemeals.--FIrst Insertion, in cis. per lino KiilM uonpareil; encli
Hiiliseiiuontcoiiscuiitlveliiseillou^tctii.per
Hue. Advertisement'* not Inserted every
day—first Insertion, ll) cm. per Itnoj subsequent insertion*-, 6 htsj per line.
Man-ling AdvertIsementa.—Professional or Business Cimls*-?-- por month. Special rateB for general trade advertising,
according to spuco occupied and duration
of contract.
tnellim #Mn, wlu-u displayed, charged
2a ner cent, less limn transient advts, If
■KiHil.fliHn.'nil at regulnr transient rates,
ShvpIiiI »«:i«*t*i among reading matter,
20 uts. |ii-r iliu' c-iicli insertion. Specials
Insert*--! iiv tt.e inoiiili nt reduced rates.
l*htlis,A..in-iii-;"-*;iinl Donths.Jl for each
InNiirli'ni; Kiiiiorul Sol Ices In connection
wltb deanm, fill t-tit, (-.icii Insertion.
WEEKLY AOVEHTISIMI HATES.
TrtioBlanl Adverfln*iuentfl»—FlratlOHer-
ll.i-i. tools, pt-r Um- ►•■•nil nonpareil; suli-
seqiieat insuiTi'iii-i, T ola, per line.
•stjunUiDf AdV'-rll-M-ntt'iits.—Professional oi- IIii-imiKi Curds—Sl.fio per moiitli.
Speri'iirnH'tifoi-i'i.-iu-mi trado advertising.
8|ii'.:l:tl Nutlt:****. Illrilis, Mnrrlnges and
Deaths, t-uiiiL- rales ns Daily.
Unt* iiiu.il in.-nil riiL'ti.l, mid forlur--cciits
an extra rale ,-it) bu charged.
aVPersnns sending In iidveitlKomeiils
should be cm-eful lo stale whether tbey
are to appear in tho Dully Edition, or the
Wo-ikly, orltotli. A liberal reduction Is
made whon Inserted lu both. No advertisement Inserted for less than 91.
SUB8CRIBER8
Who do not receive tholr paper regularly,
from tbo Carriers or   through   the Post
Office, will confern favor by-reporting the
same to the oilice of publ IcuUou ut once.
NEW ADVERTISEft.B-HS THIS DAY.
Agricultural Society T. R, Pearson
Tcndere E. Newbery Toma
Seventieth Anniversary I. 0. 0. F
Tho genuine P. D. corsets just arrived at Jas, Ellard & Oo.'s. *■
Fresh Eastern and Native Oysters-
served in every style, at the Club. *
Sapperton.—Walker & Co. have45
lots on sale, from $150; easy terms.  *
Russell's Restaurant, opposite the
American Hotel, open day and
night. R9m3*
Tho latest paristan styles iu long
handled parasols now in nt jas. ellard
& co. 's. *
Mary Hood died Friday, at Winni-
pei; from the effectB of n kick by Robt.
Hepper.
The city council meets at S o'clock
this evening for the transaction of
business.
The ice moved out of Port Arthur
harbor Saturday, and navigation is
opened up.
New Shades in Evening Dress Silks,
Surahs, Silk Flouncing-*, etc., at Ogle,
Campbell it Freeman's. *
Special notice is called to Miss
Peebles' Window. See her 15 cent
boxes of paper and envelopes.        *
Notwithstanding the disagreeable
weather yesterday all the churches
were filled, both morning And evening.
Today being Easter Monday and a
public holiday, the banks were closed
and all business in connection with the
courts suspended.
Mayor Grenier Saturday afternoon
ordered the city police at Megantic to
return on Sunday. This will probably
end the attempt to capture Morrison.
Baths.—G. R. Small, Holbrook passage, between Front and Columbia
streets, hns re*opencd his bath rooms
aud solicits a share of public patronage. *t0
Sir Chas. Tupper is ttt Salt, Coats,
Manitoba, inspecting lauds on which
the Scotch Crofters will lr.cate. Enough
land could not be secured around Wol-
seley.
Alex. J. Smith, for many years business manager of the Free Press and
latterly oE the Call, died suddenly Friday, at Winnipeg. His loss ,is regretted by all.
The failures in British Columbia fur
the lirst quarter uf 1860 wero six in
number; amounting to $46,200. Lust
year, fur the same period, thoy were
eight, with $85,048 liabilities.
D, J. Levy, of 61, Johnston street,
Victoria, B. C., is tho only agent H.
L. Gabel has in British Columbia.
Hold your orders; ho will be in New
West in mater on or about May Ut,
1889. *to
Tho Westminster Rifles have a full
dressparndetu-morrow night, at which
every member ia expected to bo pro-
sent. The band for this corps is being
organized nud it will be ready to furnish music for the flrat march out.
At the inut.-t.m-> of the directors of
the Provincial Agricultural Socioty,
held in this city on tho 13th inat., the
date for the exhibition was 6xed for
Wednesday, Thuraduy, and Friday,
the second, third, and fourth of October next.
By an adv. elsewhere it will bo noticed that Rev. Thos. Baldwin will de*
. liver a lecture nt the Oddfellows' Hall,
on Wednesday, April 24th, at 8 p. m.,
the occasiun being the seventieth anniversary of the I. 0. 0. F. All are
cordially invited Lo attend.
200 lots on the Tliorne road, from
$05 upwards, on monthly instalments
of 810, without interest. These lots
are only two blocks from the park,
have a good view, are mostly cleared
and are only four blocks from tho new
■tore. Apply to Wm. Reidt, Front
atreet. *
Scats for the Mendelssohn Quintette
Club's concert, on Fridny ovenint/, aro
selling very rapidly ut Lyal's book
Blurt'. Thnt the concert will be largely patronized is now a certainty, and
it speaks well fur tho people of Westminster thnt thin club will be given n
full house, us never hus the city been i
favorod wiih thu presence of a combination ot such undoubted merit.
Sergt. Major McMurphy, of this
city, has quite a number of line trout
in his well. The tish wero put in
several years ngo hy Bomo of the sergeant's children, nnd now the well is
found to bu stocked with speckled
beauties, some of them 8 or 10 inches
in length. Tho presence of quito
small trout as well leada to tho pre-
- sumption that the tish nre increasing
their numbers,.by breeding.
Although the weather was rainy, Gl
men congregated at the Y, M. C, A.
rooms yesterday to hoar Rov. Mr.
Porter, of London, Out. Tho rev'd
gentleman selected for his text the
words found in Z-Jchariah 2nd chap.
4th verse,-"Run, speak to thnt young
man." Many useful nnd important
lessons were drawn from the text by
the speaker, In which the audienco
listened with eager attention.
The News-Advertiser was  tho only
Siper in the province to publish on
ood Friday. Tho Viotoria, West*
minster and Nanaimo journals all fallowed the usual custom and honored
tha day. Our local contemporary,
however likes to beat out new paths
for h-mself even if in so doing he
makes himself a laughing stock in the
eyes of the publio, and tt stumbling
block in the my of the rest of the profession*— World.
The str; Princess Louise arrived
from Victoria this morning with 70
tons of freight and the following passengers ; Mrs. J. C. Jlainea, Mi.ss
Haynes, Master Haynes, Misa MeOon-
ley, Miss Arthur, Misa lirandator, Mr.
and Mra, Kirkland, P. Ray, J. Engle-
hn-dt, T. IX Cyrus, J. Bllwood, T.
Angus, T. D. Lindsay, F. Wilson, tl.
Hood, ChaB. Sexsmith, W. H. Steves,
Bmsnuick, W. H. Ladner, T. E. Ladner, R. Matherson, D. T, Foe and
Miss Reutiie,
Tho contractors for tho sinking of
tho Vancouver Lumber Company's
wells, yesterday struck coal at a depth
of 15 or 20 foet. Thero was only a
thin vein vesting on the grnnito, but it
was woll deilued and of lignite formation. A pieco of it was put in tho
fire and combustion was very complete,
This confirms the statements of the
Government export, Amos Bowman,
who was sont out lust yenr to study tho
coal formations of tins district and ro-
port.—-News-Advertiser,
Mi-. < lilshulm (letter.
Wo aro glad to announce tu our
readers to-day thnt Mr. Donald Chisholm, 31.P., is somewhat butter. A
telegram was recoived from him yesterday, by a gentleman in tins city,
stating that he had been confinod tu
his bod for 17 days, but was now
mending and tho doctor-1 wero hopeful
of his recovery. Tho exact naturo of
Mr. Chiaholm's illness hns not transpired, but it is well known that ho hns
not bceu enjoying good health for
some timo, AU his friends hope that
lio will soon return to British Columbia and regain in this health giving
climate his old time strength and  ro*
I he UcLoreo Mills to be Unlit.
Mr, J. N. Kendall, of the McLaren
Ross Lumber Co., Ottawa, arrived in
the eity a few days ago, having como
under instructions from the company
to erect a sawmill on the Fraser River.
He will purchase a portable sawmill
immediately, forthe purpose of cutting
the building material on tho grutiud,
nnd will commence operations at tho
earliest possible date. On the completion of the Fraser River mill Mr. Kendall will build another mill at some
convenient point on Vancouver Island.
From this it seems that the McLaren-
Rosa Mills tiro to bo built after all.
Mr. Kendall is a thoroughly practical
man, uud the possible bridging of the
FraBor, below tbe mills, does uut appear to him to be a serious drawback
to the undertaking.
l'rcpnrlng tlie Prlie Unt.
The secretary of the British Culumhia Agricultural Socioty announces
thnt tho prizi? Hat committee is now revising the prize list for 1880 und will
be pleased to receivo any suggestions
from intending exhibitors uud oilier
friends of the society. All parties who
intond donating money or offering
special prizes are asked to communicate with the secretary at tho earliest
possible date. Many of our citizens
and the loading mon throughout, the
district havo not yet contributed to
Tub Columbian fund, probably holding back for the purpose of giving
special prizes. If this ia bo, tho opportunity has arrived and the prize list
committeo will be only too pleased to
receivo the contributions. Much
money ia being spent to make the exhibition a success in every way and tho
people will have to subscribe liberally
if all the promises made at the meeting
of tho association last fall aro  to  be
carried out.
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A Dig Rlail.
The largest tree on tho Park Reserve
was forcibly ejected from tho ground
on Saturday afternoon in the presenco
uf Mayor Hendry, aldermen Cunningham and Reid and a number of other
gentlemen. The tree was 9 feet in
diameter and considerable over 100
feet in height and ita estimated weight
ubout 100 tons. Under the spreading
roots of this monster was placed a 50-
lb, box of Judaon powder and a quantity of dynamite, which it was thought
would bo sufficient to send tho tree
bowling skywards. After the spectators had been removed to a Bttfe distance, the fuse was lighted and the explosion soon followed. From out the
cloud of dust, gravel, rocks and flying
timbers the monster tree suddenly shot
upwards in an almost perpendicular
position, and a few seconds later sank
downwards again, its butt strikinif the
centre of the excavation made by the
force of the explosives. For a moment
it remained fixed and then swayed forward and fell with magnificent forco to
the earth. An inspection of the tree
showed that the stump and roots had
been completely shattered by the explosion, and that the work intended to
be accomplished had been muat successfully performed.
The 1VcH'iuluateM*ortlnuri Ituate.
Mr. B. Campbell, general agent of
the Oregon Railway and iNavigation
company, ut Portland, and 3lr. W, A.
Dennis of the same company, wero in
the city to-day on an important mission. Mr. Campbell's visit is for the
purposo of completing arrangements
for a steamship service between British
Columbia, Puget Sound and Portland.
The steamship Idaho has boen charter*
ed fo:* this route, and her porta of call
in British Columbia will bo Now Westminstor, Vancouvor, Victoria and Nanaimo. Through this now lino the
Union Pacific Railway scoks a connection with Puget Sound and British
Columbia ports, aa a feeder for their
system for the handling of transcontinental freight to and from Enaturn
Canadu and tho Eastorn Statea. Mr.
Campbell says that if tho merchants
and exporters of this province will patronize tho new lino liberally auothor
vessel will shortly be added. The service to begin with will be trj-monthly
but will be increased as the trade demands. If nothing arises to bnokset
the present arrangements the ss. Idaho
will arrive in Westminster un hur lirst
trip fithin a fow weeks. The present
intention is that the Idaho will leavo
Portland for British Columbia on Lhe
first day of May.
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
Mr. N. Squires, of Savonas, hns ro-
corded a claim fur a quarts lodgo un
8cotch creek, near big Shuswap lake.
Tho claim is within easy distance of
the lake, with a good trail to a j-hip-
ping point, and the lodge Bhuws a largo
quantity of ore. It is a galena oro,
carrying §55 in silver to the ton. Development work is now being done on
the olaim, and we understand that
active work will be commenced as
soon as practicable. Mr. Squires anticipates groat results from this claim,
and Iub many friends will doubtless
wish his anticipations may be realized.
—Sentinel.
Agsrnvulcd Annual!.
Martin Hnband in well known
round town as a scavenger and man of
all work, but hia character wan never
considered good. Yesterday he had
been drinking with a few booh companions' in his cabin in the swamp, and
got very drunk. Susie, the Indian
woman with whom ho lives; refused to
cook a second dinner for the entertainment of a few friends who dropped in
after the regular banquet ing hour had
passed, and Huband, becoming enraged
at hur refusal, picked up a heavy
tea cup aud threw it at the woman
striking her on the aido ef the head
and inflicting n deep circular wound an
inch and a half iu length. Thu missile
felled her to thu floor, where she lay
uncniiBciuus for somo minutes, When
information had been laid beforo the
police, Hubnud was arrested and removed to the lookup, nnd Susie was
taken tu Dr. I.M. McLean, who stitched nud dressed the wound, which ho
pruuouncud to be serious. Husband
waa brought befure the police magistrate this morning and pleaded guilty,
said ho hud committed tho deed while
under tho influence of liquur, aud
promised if not sent to gaol never
to touch strong drink again, Ho Baid
ho was n married man, but his wife
had desert ud hiin aomo time ago, and
he intended marrying Susio vuiy shortly, aa ho had lived with hor for two
years and lud become greatly attached
to her, Suaio did uut preaa the caso,
bat, on the contrary, tried to evado
prosecuting him. Huband wus fined
§10 and costs, or iu default ouo month
in gaol with hard labor. He was also
bound over to keop tho poace for six
months, in the sum of $250.
THE  CHURCHES.
Wini Wns Spoken at Same or tbe t'Uy
Hnuctuarlc-t Yesterday.
BAPTIST    CHL'BCH.
Rev. Mr. Kennedy, uf Vancouver,
occupied the rostrum at the Baptist
church yesterday, and in the morning
spoko from 1st Timothy 3 chap., 16v,
•'And without controversy great is the
mystery of godliness; God was manifest in the flesh, justified iu the spirit,
soon of angels, preached unto the Gentiles, believed on in the world, roceiv-
up into glory." The rev. gentleman
said: Tho mystoiy of Christianity
was as deep in tho days ci the early
church na it is to-day, nnd Paul writing to Timothy, 1st to 15 verse of the
same chapter, had noticed thu various
individual oltices in the church, and
the manner of life that should be led
by the persons filling them: first, a
church requires a holy pastor, then the
deacon, who should livo ti blameless
life, then his wife aud family and so
on down to tho humblest member uf
thu church, thus indiviud.illy mid collectively as n church confronting the
world with au example of true godliness. There nro two mysteries centred
in Christianity: the oue, Christ taking
upon himself our nature; and the
other, man through tho Spirit taking
thu nature of Christ nnd living a lifo
of triio godliness—likoGod, Gud becoming man iu tho form of a little
child: and man conceited, ambitious,
wealthy, powerful, becoming as a littlo child; for unless this transformation of nature takes place we
can in no wise outer the kingdom of heaven. If we cannot
understand how the Spirit takes hold
of the body and makes it conform to
the will of God, how can we expect
to understand tho mystery of Christ
taking upon Himself our nature and
being susceptiblo, as we arc. As He
took tho wholo of our nature upon
Him, so in taking upon usllis nature His
spirit should bo all over us, in us and
through ua, changing us thoroughly bo
that Christ may be manifest iff1 lis;
Then Christ was manifested in, and
justified by, the Spirit. Christ was
not ao much a mystery in Himself until after tho Spirit hud descended upon
Him, and it was tho Spirit speaking
within Him nnd permeating through
His life that intensified the mystery
to tho Jews, but to those in constant
companionship with Him, the justification by the spirit unraveled and explained tho mystery. Stanley wondered what power kept Livingstone in the
wilds of Africa when he might have
been onjoying easo and comfort in
Scotland 1 He came to the conclusion
that Livingstone was a genuine Christian and that in remaining thero he
was justified by tho Spirit. Such also
was the chso with Carey iu East India.
Yet tho world wonders what takes
young men who have talent, frionds,
position and wealth, out to India,
Africa and China; or what makes
Christians build churches: it is this
justification that enables doctors, ministers and philanthropists, while
sinking through weakness of the body,
to keep to the work, sacrificiuig themselves in the endeavor to save others
Then He was seen of angels. They
wore present at His birth and followed
Him through His earthly career; sometimes visible, sometimes invisible, and
oven to Christiana this mystery of the
constant attendance of angels in our
acta uf duty and lovo is a mystery;
and while uur birth into this life may
not be horaldcd abroad, yet whon our
spiritual birth in Christ takes place
the angelic host announce it in heaven.
Then Jesus preached unto the Gentilos,
and by our lifo wo ahould continually
bo preaching. Buddhism nnd Mohammedanism nre not held up as
models to follow, but Christianity is,
and for this reason we should conform
to tho likeness of Christ. Thon He
wns belioved ou, in the world. All
piovious teaching.-- had pointed to n
salvation by works, but the gospel of
J esua Christ taught sal ration -by faith,
and tho mystery lies in tho simplicity
of "just believing" aud completely
surrendering ourselves to Christ. And
now that lie haa beon received up into
glory, that the crowning acts for which
all His life had been preparing, this
closing scone, has taken place, do people see reflected in us His lifo and
character. Let ua livo nearer to Him,
in constant communion with Him, bo
that our lives may be moro nnd moro
a mystery ovory day; so thr.t when the
laat act takes place, and the curtain
drops closing out scenes on this side,
wo may be received into tho hosts of
heaven where all these mysteries will
bs unraveled, nnd whore we shall livo
un otornity of peace and happiness,
BT. ANDREW'S CHURCH.
Rev. W. H. Portor, of Talbot atreet
Baptist church, London, Ont, preached in the Presbyterian churoh last
night, taking for his text, Revelations
2c. Iv.—"Unto the angel of ths church
of Epheaua write: Theae things aaith
ho that holdeth the seven stars in his
right hand, who walketh in the midst
of the sevon golden candlesticks"—and
spoke as follows: It is aaid that when
one descends into a very deep well in
thu day time he can see stars. And in
the order of God's providence He has
so arranged that when men are plung-
Children Cryfor Pltcher'sCastorla
ed into the deepest sorrows and affliction , thoir heavenly prospects grow
brightest. It were well worth whilo
to suffer what John did to seo the
visions which John saw. What John
saw and experienced in Pat mos amply
repaid hiin for the Buffering* endured
there. Among thoso visions bright
was that of the goMeu candlesticks.
Turning to the last verse of the Ut
chapter, yoa will rend: "The seven
stars are the an^elt. or (messengers) of
tho seven bliurphcs, ind the seven
candlesticks are the &evon churches."
So that the vision here ii the vision of
the Beven churches, or, in other word8,
tho church of Jesus Chriat universal.
Now, there are jutt .*. few things tonight, in connection with this subject,
that may servo to t- .cigthen our faith,
encourage our hoiirb, brighten our
prospects, and mrhe ua mora grateful
that we aro pi yieiiKH. May God
grant that tho w'za -._•-■•; tiike hold of
come of those i it r.rb not Christiana
to be so. In the \ leiuv, ■"."' bus iB represented as walk! .*. ■■■.,- Uischurches,
beholding them, u ll-ihe image or
ilguro of golicn Ci ndle.iticks. The
llguro used k':i■•.•.,-- the value, the
preciousnei-B, ol t!.e church to Christ.
What iB more * reoioui hi the world, in
the universe, than geld? I think we
sometimes live beneath our privileges.
We do not realizo how muoh we are
loved. A littlo girl, who was troubled
about her lovo for the Savior, waa aaked "What ib the greatest joy to you,
my child, to know that you lovo your
father, or to know that your father
loves you?" "Oh, to know that my
fater loves me," she answered.
%riends, is thoro a thought moro deeply stirring, moro divinely inspiring, to
a human being than this, to know and
realize that God loves him, that he is
the object of divine affection. That
may be the hope nnd satisfaction of
every ehild of God. Wo love Him;
but what is our love? It is because he
first loved us. Thero is something
more about gold than might be thought
of in this connection. Gold is not
only precious, but very rare. Sad to
think that in the world, where the
true light has shone, the Christian
gold iB rare—the broad way ia thronged and the narrow way has but few
travellers. There is another thought,
that gold ia easily moulded to the desired shape, and easily polished, aud
yet it has great power to retain its
mold and polish. In its origin, too,
we have an instructive figure. It was
hidden in the deep, dark mine, out of
sight and valueless, and so with God'a
people. Oh, what a dark history was
theirs. Do not lot us forget that they
were sinners. Remember that it is by
grace wo. nre what we nre, and not
from any merit of oure. In tho processes by whicli the guld is brought to
perfection we have a striking figure of
tlio trials to which tho Christian is
subjected for the same purpose. Gold
ia n.it only for ornament, but for use
ns well. So God prepttres His people
nnd sets them for lights in tho world,
that they mny bring others unto Himself. Josub Christ walks amid His
candlesticks, the chus-ohes, surveying
tho. i with tenderness nnd with
most infinite love, ■.-.■warding, comforting, strengthening, nnd building up.
And ho holds thn ■ nr* in HiB right
hand. Aro yru - . 1, dear friends,
the objects of Hie ..:• ,oI His love ind
mercy?
It. C. Proviiu-la. Exnoshion
Siibs*?vi.n: mi Fund.
For the purpose of railing a fund to
contribute towards thu patriotio and
worthy object of making the next annual provincial fair, to lie held in thia
city, a grand and unnrcccdented success,
the undersigned agree to contributo tho
sums opposite their respective names (to
be paid into tho nshociation or to truatees
competent to receive tiio same, on or before 0 monihs from tlio d;ue of the last
provincial cxhi-iliL". md to bn applied
to preparing c*!:i'.':on (-rounds and
buildings in the city, lor increasing the
amount offered in prizes, and for furthering tho exhibition in othor ways):
The Columbia-*  - $100 oo
Sharp-) A Piilm-, Lulu Island    10 TO
L P TCckatcln    10 00
G D Brymner   !» 00
H W Armstrong;.  10 OU
FR Glover. -    10 Oil
Walker 4 Shadwell    10 00
Claud Hamber. _    10 00
PetorGiaiit    10 00
George Turner   10 00
WJ Armstrong   ROW
A J Hill   10 00
Cant A Grant    10 00
J 8 Htudonell   10 OO
w o rxiyc  to do
P Kllodcau..,  10 TO
F G 8trlcH. I and -  85 00
Gilley Bros  20 00
8 H Webb  2ft 00
T Cunnlii(,'linm  80 00
Henderson Broa, Chilliwhack  10 TO
A B Wfiit-'iuule  10 00
Per Ex-Mayor Dickinson 212 85
Annie M Jaques.  10 00
Stewart A Cash  2o 00
Jim Cunnlmiluim  GO 00
Grant & llaj-titrom  20 00
J WHoxsmKh  80 00
Kev J H White  10 TO
B Douglas - 100 00
K S Scoullar tk Co.  &S 00
A DusBrlsay  Hi 00
W C Coiillnm  25 00
T M Cunningham  25 on
A B Hand  !» 00
Ackerman Hru**..  --> 00
Held A Currie -  25 00
H T Read A Co  60 00
WH Thllmudeau  15 00
Grant A Madura  10 TO
Next I
When Baby via sick, we gave her CMtorta,
When she was a CbUd, she crlnl for Caitorla,
When she became Mlin, ihe citing to Caitotta,
When ab* had Children, she esve them Cutoria
BAPTIST CHURCH. Agnes Streot,
Bust of Mery f l.'Ot. Jjoul's Day
Seivl4-08iit.il a...-. and 7 p. Ul. Hnijbatb
Boliool ni ot lU'e C'rts r.. 2: 0 •>. m. All
so. .iiv*-* Hl.-*.**;oia cor. ii'-'y we'eoraed.
—Rev. 'i'lio:*. E..l. win, p-U-toi.
METiiooir.T ci nunc ii, Mary
Rl.eol, Ha*/. J. H. W.i.-e, Pantor.
•■tci pi, 3' i*. in, i • 7 ji. m. Sunday
Seiioof p.'iiB eG'*v*n2:'")'>. n\ Prayer
Mctvni oo Ti-u t *ys rl V.W-i-m. Seats
lice-, s.i-'n-jc.r, co'.tr'*»'iy. etikii.
ST. PAULS OHUICH, John S.rect,
CnnoDiioC. *.ise Hill. Rev. Tiiomn-*
Hn'tio.-. Pu- .1 j :. Be ■■vices evetysuuflny
oMli*. !.•. nnU7i>. m. lUiuw-I yevenltin
nt,7: i oVoek. Beam i ne* e-l are cordially Invited. Biiiu..-y ticaco' ft2i':i)]i, ni.
C|IlC[tCII  OF    K -"(II-ASD. -HOLY
J vmmvt OHcnoHi rcotir, Tie
Ven. Avfnle-on W< iris. ft. J[Ar.Y'S
CHURCH: Reel .r, T..e E. hop. teivces
in boiii Ciiin-oii*--* c"tr> *■'■''■. Al1 ic.its
free. Bo: it eUnroUas opo-i nil dry; or private nr:-yer.	
TIT C. T.-U^TJ "JLAIt MEETING
VV • every W> 0<>' ' rilancfin at S
o'clock at t: e Xf.v '-'. J.He.-.ii'urLois,
Douglas til, h -jrn    " o i m i,..e mme
6lace every I'.JiUv * ic nc n.—;;r.-*..I.'s,
UNNINGHAM,P.-.ri.      .1*   MlBI DeCECK,
Secretary, __________
rlALKDOIflA A IsT. ANDREW'S
; SOCIHTYt-Ti-fi :c,tulp. raeoMm-sof
I ..is Asuooiatlon rve. v t ou (lie last Tiles-
day o;eaeh mon'.-.n.So'i.'ock p.m. All
Saotaui.ien are invii I to r.ttend.-Joiiif
Buib-Bcc.
film.  Bold'" ■.•ii'i'-jio   ■.on' a e coru:i.,Uy
nvllcd to iuio.Hi.--W. O. O.iatham, Sec,
TfOAttD OF TaADia. Borrd Room,
H OiWKoHows E id! I'c k, up*Nlalrn,
Ccmnol! moo's on lie il ii a.ni third wed-
noH'li'yi-io cii i.">n.-ii-'--Iv..). (lunrtorly
meclliithOiH.iea:Mo- Ve >., May,, Aug.,
and Nov., nt 7:iJ0 p. m. Now members
may be m-oposeil n ail elect cu at any Quarterly meetlng.-D, Robson, Sec.
B. G, Agricultural Society.
THE PRIZE LIST   COMMITTEE OF
the abovo So-cloty is now revising tho
1'i-lz** List for mo, and will bo pleased to
receive any suggestions from Intending
exhibitors and other friends of the Society.
All parties contemplating donations of
speoial prizes will kindly communicate
with the Secretary within a weok from
date, and any suggestions as to prize list
should be lu within the same period.
T. R. PEARSON,
Secretary.
Now West., April 22,1889.   dwap22wl
TENDERS.
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
the undersigned for tho
ERECTION OP A MANSE
Ou Sen Islnnd. Nortii Ann, B. C, until
noon, MAY 1st, 1880. Tenders to bo for
the whole and also for the labor only.
Plans and specifications to bo seen at
llie residence of F. MoOlecry, Esq., North
A,1D' R. NEWBERY TOMS,
Sett. Building Committee,
Caro F. McOlebky, Esq.,
dwap22td Nortii Arm, B. C.
Seventieth Anniversary!
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A LEOTURE UPON ODDVELI.OWBUIF
will bo Klven
Wednesday Evening, April 24th,
AtSo'clock atlh n Odd Fellows' Music Hill],
by tho Kev. Thomas Baldwin.
AU sro cordially invited to attoiul.
•JSrOTIOB-
TJ AVING DISPOSED OF ALL MY IN-
£1 terest In the London Arms Saloon, I
nave to request thnt all parties owing mo
Will call and settle their accounts immediately, cither, with tlio undersigned or
with J, B. Cherry, whom I huvo appointed
my agent for this purpose,
dapgml B. LAMBERT.
ODD FELLOWS' HALL
FRIDAY, ''(Itll APRIL.
A GRAND MUSICAL EVENT
ZCBZB  lAMOTJS
Ifaiiokiolii tytintitt.
CLUB,
OF   BOSTON.
For 40 years before the Public
Herr WILLIAM OHLIOEB, Solo Violin
Conceit Master.
Mr. MANAS8A ADLER, Bolo Violin.
Mr. THOMAS RYAN, Solo Clarlnelto nnd
Viola.
Herr FRITZ SOHI.ACHTER, Vloln anil
Violoncello.
Hot ANTON HEKK1NQ, Solo Vlolon-
celll-i lo hlsM-Jesty llio King of Holland, nnd
MISS ALICE RYAN,
Prima Donna Soprnno.
Reserved Seals ,1.00. on sale at D. Lyal's.
ajCOlu
ff.J.WALKER&CO.
HANK BUILUmas,
Mary Street, New Westminster, B.C.
ITai.El'MONE NO. 50.]
14 CLARE DOM, HALIFAX, ENCIAND.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS,
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS,
London and Lancashire Fire and
British Umpire Life Insnrance
Companies.
New Westminster Dulldlng Society*
Accountant's Office. Diocese af N.W*
City Auditors, 1B8Q- 18t*T and 1888.
ADVISE CLIENTS IN  THE BUYING
AND SELLING OF REAL PROPERTY IN THE CITY AND DISTRICT,
and other monetary transactions
Have several good Investments on their
books, and nil new comers will do woll to
call before doing business elsewhere.
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SWEEPING REDUCTION
LADIES' GOSSAMERS
FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS.
Now is the time to Buy for
the coming Fall.
Ogle, Campbell & Freeman,
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MASONIC BLOCK, NEWWESTMINSTER.
ROYS' CLOTHING.
We have now the most complete stock of Boys' and
Youths' Clothing on the Mainland. We have not 5,000 suits
but can supply all the boys of Westminster.
SEE OUR $2 SUIT. IT'S A BEAUTY for the MONEY
SUITS, ANY PRICE UP TO 87.00.
BOYS' STRAW HATS.
Good strong School Hats for 35 cts. All kinds in stock
from 10 to 75 cents. Parents should see our stock and fit
the boys for summer before May-day.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
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COLUMBIA STREET.
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
M A,T,B3*t  IN
Choice Family Groceries I
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
luaTDxador ""Sexrin-fs,
2-/Eacl?:erel, Salt Cod,
^.rnoto-ar's TTxic. Hams,
^.xx-cio-ax's XJxic. Bacon.
Flo-ax. Bran. Slioxts,
SBTHIGHEUT PRICKS PAID FOB FARM PRODUCE.  -
noiawir Seouliar-Armstrong Blook, Columbia St.
lST_WVr STTLBS
FLANNELETTES
Lace Striped Lawns,
1.A011  jk_trx> art
MUSLIN CURTAINS
Jas. EllardiCo
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK .OF MONTREAL.%-.."Ji.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WAftE, A&
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES... ..
A full line of Spectacles & Eye-Glasses In stool, rubber, silver and gold
frames.   The finest Pebbles made, $4 per pair; all sights suited.
Special attention givon to PINK WATOH REPAIRS. Haviug lonmcd bliii
business thoroughly from some of the finest Horologors in England, and aiiuie than
managed tho watch-repairing departments of a few of tho best Arms ou the continent of America, is a -mffieient guarantee ot good workmanship. Formerly m;un-
ger for nearly 8 years of the well-known firm of Savage k Lyman, Montreal.
Charges Moderate,
Mosxrkal, Dec, 1887. —Mr. F. Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Esq., Chairman of
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, enys: "I never found a Watchmaker who did so
well for me as yon did when in Montreal, and I am sorry yon are uot hore to-day."
dwaplSte .
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
AGENTS B. LAURANOE'S SPECTACLES.
Wholesale and Retail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
SEEDS, SEEDS!
At Central Grocery.
JUST RECEIVED—A  LARGE   CONSIGNMENT   OF
Ferry's Garden and Field Seeds, which are guaranteed «
fresh and good.    So don't send to the United States and other j
places for small lots, when you can get them as good and cheap |
at *L£axs]-iall Slxiclalx's,      '
ilymolStc COLUMBIA STHEET.
Clearing Out Sale!
-OF	
GENTS' CLOTHING
 AND-
HATS and CAPS.
WE HAVE DETERMINED TO RETIRr" PROM THIS BRANCH OF
our business, tho wholo ol our avollsblo room being required for oor In-
croastaB trado in GENERAL and FANCY DRAPERY, &o„ and wo now offer onr
ontiro itock of Gentlemen's Clothing and Hats and Caps for the next
21 days at a
DISCOUNT OF 20 PER CENT., FOR CASH.
trOur Stook Is all now, well selected and of flrst-olass quality snd style.
*3Thls is a GENUINE SALE and the whole stook must be cleared.
dwsolllto
W. & G. WOLFENDEN,
Corner Columbia & Mary Streets.
BON MARCH E.
SPRING- A1**JD SUMMER
Dress and Fancy Goods! |
WALKER k SHADWELL.
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