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Columbian.
VOLUME 6
NEW   WE8TMIN8TKB, R C, SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 18,
NUMBER IIS
PROFESSIOHAl AMD BUSINESS CARDS.
T. C. ATKINSON,
IJAIUlISTEn,80LI0miU,*r'. Onlctis-
\J Masonic Building, Nc* WosilhlnsUr,
1.0. twle
AltM8TUO.NO & KCKSTK1N,
ABRISTEna, SOLICITORS, .ETC. -
__. Mosonlo Buililliii-, Sow W'-stmln-
IH, B. 0. dwniytto
B
W. NUHJ1A5 tnilttt. tl. C(
BARRISTKH-AT-LAW.L.VNI.) AGENT.
Money to Loau. OiHco-Ciiirkson Bt.,
Now Westmlnater, B 0. uto
< (H-BOI 1,0, Hf< III.L A Jt\>H,
BARRISTERS, BOLICITORS- etc.  Offl-
cefl-MnHnnie Buildings, New West-
minster, and Vancouver, B. C.        dwte
A.C. BRV0ONK-JAOK, PI. A.
XTOTARY PUBLIO, CONVEYANOER,
ll Ac. Barrister of the Now Brunswick,
iHlipreme Court, Oflice ln tlie Hamley
Building, Columbia St., opposite thoOol-
onlal Hotel,      -*.—■.*-
I    JOSEPH B. OAMiOH, B.A.,1*L.B.
GOhtt MEDALIBT of the Untveralt* of
Dublin.   BARRISTER-AT LAW of
. the High Court of Justine, Ireland. Offloes,
■Corner McKonzle tt Cliirkson Hts,, New
I Wostmlustor. dwfe2|to
0. H. GATEWOO0- D.D.S.,
SURGEON DENTIST--A Graduate of
the Baltimore Dental Col lege, ta pre-
Kurod to do nil kinds of Dental Work, oleo over McLennan A MeFeelyta hnrd-
waro store, Uil Cordova St., Vancouver,
Ii.0. ' ;' ■'•   :;   -. ■ ■' •      -lupirjtc
G. W. OHANT.
ARCHITECT.  Ottlao-Corner M>ty ami
Clarkson Sts., Wostmllister,   dwto
GLOW  Ct,  "JACLl'IlK,
ARCHITECTS.   (»01oe—-Room E. over
Bank of B, CColumbtyStreet-West-
niliiHtnr. i ■ dto
WILLIAM H. KINO,
RCIHTECT.SANITARYENGINEER,
* . to Armstronn"- ■*-■■—■••
WoHtinliiBter
fV"&c?* IteTnoved to ArmstrdiiK*s Bfock!
3oT      "
AV. Till BAUD'S A U,
f AND SURVEYOR AKD DRAUGHTS-
|j man. Hamley Block, New Wcstmln*
iter, "AAU   dmylSto;
A. I". "OTTOS,
DOMINION AKD PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYOR. Otllce! Room D, Bank
f B, 0, liuUdliitf, Westminster, B, 0.
«. ra. n:\DBKJii,
HEAL ESTATE BROKER nnd County
Court Anent, Commissioner. Notary
*Ublle,4o. Rents collected. Office—Mc*
{entile Htreet, New Westminster, B. C.
T. J. TRAPP,
A UOTIONEER AND APPRAISER.
fV Columbia Streot, New Westminster,
ill commtKBiims will receive prompt
nd careful attention. Best references
ven wheu reqiiliwl. toMS-to
«-
TURNER, BURTON * OO,,
liTERCHANTS. Wliurf St., Victoria.
XI Agents for Nortii British nnd Mer-
an tlio insurance Co. for Mainland. H.
, Breton A Co., 'M Flnsbuiy Circus, Loii-
on, E. C. dto
VIAJOR & PEARSON
Real Estate Brokers and
Financial Agents.
GENTS FOR
Confederation Life Association of
Toronto.
Uoyal and Lancashire Fire Inmrance Companies.
BA.Valuable Lots for sale ln the City
id District of Westminster; nnd choice
'its In the City ol Vancouver.
Porsons wishing to buy or sell city or
n-al property should communicate with.
ffil
 ,J__
RAND BROS.
iEU estate: BROKEnS,
CohTeyancevst Collectors,
And  Innurance Agents,
Dees at.
NEW WESTMINSTER: Corner
McKem-iouud Clarkson Sts.
VAMaOUVBRl Oordova Street.
LONDON ,En(*lHud.
rtUILDING LOTS lor sale In all sections
Vancouver and New Westminster City.
■"ARM LANDS of superior quality lor
ie nt Chilliwlmolt. Port Hummou'l,
ingley, Matsqui, Sumas, Mud Bay,Lad*
r's Landing, Lnlu Island, North Arm
id Plti Rlvor.
-lap-* and Plans exhibited and the lull-
t. Information furnished at all ouroffices-
W. BOVILL,
Seal Estate Agent
AND CONVEYANCER.
■EW WESTMINSTERt-Offlce, Macken-
, ttie Street.
ANCOUVERt-Offlce, Abbott  Street,
: nenr Cordova Street,
J-i-uU List of City and Suburban. Pro*
■Tty.
■Particular attention paid to Farming
|.ndn.
■Accurate Information to correspond*
l;ts. dwmy8yl
ALBERT J. HILL & GO.
l-lvil Engineers, Land 8ur-
jveyors & Draughtsmen.
REAL ESTATE,
|MNCIAl, 8HIPPINQ A C0MMI8SI0H AGENTS
Fire. life A Marine Insurance,
Ih.umbia St., - Opp. Colonial Hotel
NEW WESTMINSTER, B, C.
|1IVE PERSONAL AND PROMPT AT*
If tentlnn to all professional orders und
■ader their services to residents nnd non-
■■ildenls having City or Country Property
\dlsposo of or desiring profitable lnvcst-
lent,
[Onr lists of eligible proportion nro com*
J-ehonslve and constantly receiving nddl-
■ons, and our favorable eastern conn-*--*
■ons both ln Canada and the Atlantic
Kates give us unusual fuolt I tics lor bind*
lass,
JSpeclnl attention will  be paid to tho
■urchose and Inspection of Lumber for
Bilpment to foreign ports. Tonnage char*
■mul nud general shipping business trans*
GENERAL &JSHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools ol all kinds of the bnt makes; Ooga-CUt A Hand-SaWi,
ItarM Wire lor 'Fencing, .nd all III, nootimwy l)tengllB for Farmlngl
Pulley Blocks, Snatch BJoeks, Hope « drain in all sins: Pits*,
Tar & Oiikumt Tarred and B»ir, Paiier for Building) Points A OU;
Inall colors; Mould Points l»«llsh>rl*i; floor Paints ready to iims Grind
Stonesi WallPaper in aU inlmti Bresms A Brushes lot all -nrposw;
Llllirlciltlllit Oils) traps tl sll ."e-crlptiwis, and a general asaortmpnt sf
Agrlcnltiiral Implements,-',i:
tar Special attention given td onlcwby mail.;    ...
T. T. T_W^W&-S0:OO.,
dwJlySce '' CoicJIbiA SniEET, New Wbtuisjtdi.
||ited,
tlwnp4yl
lacphei*son& Thomson
' Of Ontario and Marqnetto, Mlohigan,
: • have opened a
ID TNE HOLBROOK BLOCK,
olumbln Street, 9 doors East
pf Telegraph Office.
veryllilng usually found In a flrst-cluss
'rug Store, comprising pure und fresh
IRUQS, OHEMIOALS,      ,,   "
PATENT MEDI0INB8,
TOILET ARTICLES,
INQLISH, FRENOH AND
AMERIOAN PERFUMES.
Physlolans' prescrlpllons carefully com-
ounded day and niglit. fctfdlm <
GRANT & MACLURE.
Boots & Shoes!
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
WANTEO-TO RENT,
i N IMPROVED FARM.  For mil par*
A, tlculnrs, apply In writing to P. 0. Box
i. Now Wostmluslor. dwmyVml
rsceoo.
iHJTT
rittc
1,,uUR EXaEI,t,E«T KOOMB (suitable
' forofflDesl In iiank or D. 0. BulMlng
Ittcd with bus and heated with hot wai
'    frr-	
dmyf*w2"
Applyto
myl'W
*'0toil^i^HB-a?*°s'
Maoager Bank of is, o.
New Spring Goods 1
Spring Overcoatings, French & English
Worsteds and Scotch Cheviotts.
J.    @.   IWIi!LKriSOKr-,s
MERCHANT    TAILOR,
Columbia Street, - New Westminster,
Globe House!
TTJST .   *R*BC*S3I"'vr'EllD,
The Latest Novelties in Ladies'
Straw Hats and Bonnets,
Silk Dolmans
and Mantles.
mMMMtmm MmrmMm n^s:*'-'1
RAND BROS.
Real Estate.
insurance and Financial
AGrS.OTF&L
NEW WESTMINSTER, f2fe%E£|
I*
VANCOUVER, 00%ebrot0t05t°rv4ta,nd
-Am-
ANDERSON BLOOK.
QRANVILLE STREET.
LONDON, ENG. iot-cannon tT.
Farming Lands/Town Lots
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE.
Business Property.
Lot facing on Oolumbia and Front Sts.,
In central portion of the city; several
buildings bring good rent -$22,000.00.
Lot 4, Blook 7, near Lytton Square,
00x132 feet, fronting on Columbia and
Front Sts.-$6,000.00.
Corner Lot on Columbia St., 33x06 fa*t*-
14,000.00.
Also—Lot and Building with stock of
Goods, one of tho boat business stands
inthe city.
Improved Residential Property
Lot IS, Block 13; two houses rented at
paying figures—14,000.00.      \
House and Lot on Lome St., near Col*
umbla-liaSO.OO.
Lots 4, 5 ft fl, Blook 10; good bouse,
garden, fto.} choice residenco property
--»,!!J0.00. -
Comer Lot on Columbia St.; fenced and
cleared-tlSOO.OO.
House arid Lot on Columbia St'.;,6ho of
the finest residences in the city—$7,.
000,00.
House and Lot on Royal Avenue, noar
Douglas St.—$2,000.00.
Houso and 3 Lots, corner Royal Avenue
and St, Patrick'. St., no better residence sits in the olty-»10,000.00.
1 acre, with 7 houses, near tho Park—
16,000.00.
Vacant Residential Property.
Lot 1, Blook 28; cornor lot on Agnus St.;
Dne residence alts—$1200.00.
Lots or St. Andrew's St., nesr Queen's
.  Avenue—1500.00 each.
Lots on Montreal, Douglas and Halifax St,., near Clinton St.; fine views
and well sltuated-$3S0.00, $375.00,
$600.00.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
L£Thls powder nover varies, a marvel of
purity, 6trenu.U1 and wlioleMomeneNN. More
economical than tlie ordinary kinds, find
cannot be sold In compeiltlon with the
multitude of low test, short, weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans.
Royal Baking Powdkr Co., 106 Wall fit,.
NowYork. 3tely
MOTES AND COMMENTS.
England gets most of its ice now
Irom Norway, Scandinavian compe-
tition having almost entirely destroyed the business of shipping ioe from
-Boston to England, whioh was once
very profitable. Ice is Bold in London for from 58 to 81 cents per hundred weight.
Taking into consideration that the
: indemnity paid by France to Ger-
many after tho war of 1810*71
amounted to five milliard francs, it
follows that if this sum were to bo
paid at tho rato of five francs—
about 81—for every minute since
the beginning of the Christian era
up to date, the sum would not have
been paid yet at the present time.-*-
Ex.
GREAT CONSPIRACY
Against the Cnar's Life.    Many
Officers and Soldiers Implicated In the Plot.
The Other bide of the Paris Terry
Scandal.   Ill's Terry will
Sue for Divorce.
Women May Vote, Says the Lord
Chief Justice, but Not Sit in
the County Councils.
FOB  SALE.
AYOUKQ HORSE; GOOD 4 SOUND;
will work single ordouble.  Apply
toSHKlUCFABMSTROHG.     dmj7inl
TO RENT.
MllIR STOItK FOKMKr.T.Y OCCUPIED
I    liy i-'oiilii** A I'd., In thn Masonlo and
Oil t Follow*-' bloeli, New Went minster..
Apply to                         WM. MOOOLL.
dnp2to	
NewWestminster Gas Go
A LIMITED NUMBER OF   SHARES
In lhe nhovo Company for sale-
Apply to        DAVID MDRRIB,
Soc.-Treiw. A Munnuor.
New West., May 8,1889. dtnySml
FORJ3ALE.
mENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED CPTO
JL the 4th of June next (or the purchase
of
Lots 101 & 104, Cronp One,
NewWestminster District, subject to three
overdue mortgages thereon, amounting
In nil, with Interest, to 52,775.00.
The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  Byorder,
W. H. FALDING,
dmy2ml District Registrar S. C.
Plants for Sale!
03_XXlJt
AT TUB
In Great Variety, inci-udino,
GERANIUMS, Double and single; Fi;-
CHIAP, ali now vnrletles; Hlisi-s,
Double PETUNIAH, MOON-FLOWER!-
a rtne collection of DAHLIAS (uameil
Kuletlea). ANNUALS, 25 ots. per ilos.
-MGceil BEDDINO PLANTS,,1.60 por don.
"Toner in Plants lor SI, luoludhiR I Storm
Kins Kutihla. IiuiuiUL'ts, Wreaths nnd
Crosses mndo In enter. Fruit, Vegetables
nnd Flowers at- Store, noxt City Hotel, Columbia St. Orders by mall promptly attended lo.      [dwaplyl]      !•. LATilAM.
Lot on Melbourno St.,
$300.00.
near Clinton
Lot 9, Sub-Block 10; One residence lots-
1250.00.
Lot. ou Pelham St., near Mary—(000.00
each.
Lot on Pelhntn St., near St. Andrew'*;
Sne sitc-WOO.OO.
Lot on St. John's St., near Melbourne—
1330.00.
Lot In St, Andrew's Square- (300.00.
Lots in Block fronting on North Arn
road; finest chance In the market fo:
residenco or speculatlon-*.12'.00 ti
(UJ.OO,
Lots in Subdivision of Lot 11, sub-DlocI
12—(00.00 to $125.00.
Lot. in Subdivision ot Lot 17, sub-Block
18-tlOO.OO each.
Lots In Westminster Addition at $15.00
to $00.00.
Central Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
STBWART-^CASn, PROPRIETORS
J. d. WILSON, - MAIIACER.
Rates, 6)1.00 and $l.SOpcr Day,
ACCOEDINO TO I'.IIOM.
SPECIAL RATES DV THE WEEK Oil MOHTH.
ssr Parties supplied with all kinda of
ICE-CREAM. dmylml
T. A. MUIR & GO.
Chemists & Druggists,
(niiti's Hotil Blook   ■   liraWtsTmisini
A story is told of a Wnk president
in south-west Texas who made away
witlt ail the funds under Iub charge
and then posted on the door of his
'institution, "Bank Suspended." That
night he was interviewed by h number of depositors, who left hire
hanging to a tree with this notice
pinncil to his breast: "Bank President • Suspended." Bank 'suspensions will not occur very frequently
in that locality.
While the Queen-Regent of Spain
was entertaining Queen Victoria at
San Sebastian, by an odd coincidence tho Duchess of Madrid was
extending a similar courtesy to
PrincessLouisnf Bavaria ut Vinreg-
j-io. The Duchess is wife of Don
Carlos, and, in Legitimist eyes,
rightful Queen of Spain, and
the Princess is a direct descendant
of Chnrles X., and would probably be
Queen of England to-day were it
not for the Act of Settlement.—.
A CHOICE LINK OF
Brushes,
Combs,
TOILET
SachetPowd'rs
Soaps,
ARTICLES.
Prescriptions and Family Recipes caro-
folly dispensed from pure Drugs.ij' -
»l«lil 111 11 nlfrndanrr. dapllo
SO  CO.
Estate,
INSURANCE.
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell anil lease Properly,
Collect Rents,
Make loans on Mortgages,
And transact all Businoss relating to
Real Hstate,
—ADMITS FOR—
London AfiarancoCorprmillon.
Connecticut Fire Inanrancc Co. of
Hartford.
I-ondon nnd Unrnshlrc Lifo Assur*
into Vo.
Canton Insurance omce, Ld. (Marine)
OKPICKBl
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St., Victoria
dWMHjI
It is said that the British capitalist is shy of investing in a first-
class line of steamers for the Cana-
tl inn European route, because the
possible improvement of a fow years
mny rate the line down to second or
third class. This is understandable
enough; hut when the Globe advances
the same possibility as a reason why
the government should have refused
to promise a subsidy to such a line,
we can't help suspecting that it hns
allowed a little grit to got into its
thinking machine.
Somebody has been figuring out
the average accident rate of railway
p-issengfir-'.just as tho average mortality tables are made up by insurance experts. The result is reassuring to nervous people. The
"average man" will travel continuously for 180 years before he meets
with even a slight accident, and
before he oan be killed, he must
stick to the track for 920 years.
It's it good job for the accident
insurance people that nobody knows
whether he is the "average man" or
not.
Tho Royal Botanic Socioty of
England will celebrate its jubilee
this year by a floral parade and
feist of rose**, There will be a
batailledesjleurs in the afternoon
with carriages and pony carts decked
with flowers, and riding horses,
ponies und children's donkeys gayly
caparisoned. Visitors are requested
to wear rose flowers in their dress,
and there will be a special exhibition of roses, having regard to the
fact that the rose figures in the floral
badge of England and in the corporate seal of society.
A Pittsburg dootor says he can
diagnose ailments by examining a
single hair of the patient. Two
young men, as a joke, took him a
hair from a bay horso, The doctor
gravely wrote a prescription, and
said his fee was $25, as the ease was
precarious. They were staggered,
but paid the fee, and after they got
out laughed all the way to tho
apothecary's. The latter took the
prescription and read in amazement:
"One bushel of oats, four quarts. of
water, stir well, and give three times
a day—*and turn the animal out to
gras 1" Then the jokers stopped
laughing,
One of tho veterans of tne Peninsular War haa just died in England.
Thomas Palmer was the last suvivor
of the 14,000 men who fought in
tho. battle of Oorunna, and saw
frequent service in tbat part of the
military stage till 1814, when ho
received his discharge and a pension.
The old saying that pensioners are
long-lived was exemplified in his
case, for he died at the age of 100,
having enjoyed his pension for 75,
years, ln lato years tho vuteAtfr
received greater emoluments through
tho influence of military friends who
exerted themselves to reward one
of the last links, if not the vory
last, binding the important events
of that time to  the  present—Ex.
Our 'Priaco neighbors are abnormally troubled about our fortifications, they want to annex British
Columbia, and don't want to have
too hard a job. See? The San
Francisco Standard saya : A very
small proportion of the people of
this country are aware that the
strongest fort on the Amerieaii con*
tinentisnow building on the Pacifio
const. When completed it will rank
next to Gibraltar among the world's
fortifications. It commands tho
ent ranee to Fuget Sound, the seoond
port of entry on tho Pacific coast,
ond ono of the most important in
the United States. The British
will soon he able to close this port
at any moment. Ko other nation
in the world would permit tho building of this great fort to intimidate a
peaceful neighbor.
COSSPHUCV A'UIXST THE CZAR 8 LIFE.
St. Petkhsbuhg, May 18,—The con*
piracy against the czar recently discovered among army officers in this city waa
found to be more widespread than at first
supposed. Not only numerous high officers of St. Petersburg and soldiers are
among the conspirators, but also reui-
mt-nta at Moscow and Warsaw are implicated In the plot; three officers have suicided. A bomb was found at Warsaw,
and hundreds of officers and soldiers have
been arrested thero, Qreat excitement
prevails over tho affair. Tho czarina ie
completely unnerved' at the terrible'discovery.
nONOBIKO the biuve.
LoNDOX.May 18. -The steamship Missouri, Capt. Murrell, who on the last
voyage but rescued the passengers of
the sinking steamer Denmark, arrived in
the Thames to-day, from Philadelphia,
Two steamers, laden with friends and
admirers of the brave captain, went
down river to meet the Missouri. Captain Murrell and officers were given a
[rand ovation, and In reply to the ad*
Iress mode him the captain spoke highly
of the kindness he, received in America,
and thanked those who met him. The
captain was overwhslmed with praise and
attention and was forced to strip his uniform of the gilt buttons to distribute
among admirers. Every button was
eagerly seized upon as a relic. Capt.
Murrel will bo publicly received and ban*
qui-ted in London,
I'Ot'E LEO ILL.
Rome., May 18.—The pope, has
suddenly been taken very ill and his
condition is thought quite serious, hb'
he is extremely weak.
AN ANARCHIST   PLOT FRCHTKATED.
Ma mud, May 18.—News reached
here of a bold and desperate conspiracy by a band of anaichhists to
seize and plunder the town of Succa,
in Valencia, this morning, which was
averted by the timely discovery by the
authorities. The plot wns to be car*,
riud out when the male population
ftere absent, working in the fields.
Gens d'armes however, were sent to the
scone and arrested the ring-leadtT*. before dawn.
NATIVE GOVEUNMBNT FOR .SAMOA.
Berlin, Msy 18.—The National
ZeiUtng declares that the Sammin- cun- '
ferenoo'haa agreed to furm a native
government for the islands; a plenary
tn«*uting wiJUt, bQld,.';f uosaay, which
will IpwbabT^ J^j^Imu
VICTORIA AT ETON.
London, May 18.—The corner Btone of
somo new school buildings was laid at
Eton to-day by the tjueen, w.ho made a
brief reply to an address from student*'
and was enthusiastically cheered. The
decoration of the school builuings was
very elaborate and the whole place took
part in the festivities,
GLADSTONE TAKES A VACATION.
London, May 18.—Mr. Gladstone has
accepted the invitation to visit Sir Wm,
Harcourt during Whitsuntide week, and
afterward to tako a yachting trip on the
Devonshire nnd Cornwall coasts.
THE COTTON CARGO ON FIRE.
London, May 18.—The Spanish s'.r,
Emiliano, Capt. Benm-rehea, from Kew
Orleans, April 28, fur Liverpool, arrived at Queenstown with cotton in
fore aud main holds burning for two
days. Tho flames spread rapidly, and
it was found necessary to jettison 1400
bales of cotton. Three seamen were
overcome and rendered senseless by
smoke und heat. The deck of the
steamer started in several places, large
quantities of water and steam being
poured on the cargo in the endeavor
to quench the fire. It is probable,
however, that it will be necessary to
discharge the esrgo.
WOMEN MAY VOTE, BUT NOT BE ELECTED.
London, May 18.—The appellato
court has decided women eannot ait in
county council-*, notwithstanding that
they may be duly qualified electors.
Both the lord chief justice and the
master of the rolls decided that the
electoral votes, whilo giving women
suffrage and enabling them to voto to
elect members of the county courts,
did cot give them the right to be elected. This decision ia denounced by
the Pall Mall Gazette nnd other uens-
papers which favor female suffrage,
as an irritational interpretation of tho
uct. It is asserted that tho verdict
of the court is due to the
influence of the tr-idithmal county
council, which consisted aololy of men,
und to antagonism to the effort to introduce women Buffragu into parliament in the Scotch local government
hill.
TUB TERRY SCANDAL.
San Francisco. May 18. — Mrs.
Terry, wife ol Clinton B, Terry, tho
millionaire lumber merchant, of Tacoma, to whom the Paris correspondents have been devoting considerable
attention of late in relating to the
world her alleged wrong doings in the
French capital, has opened a correspondence with her lawyers in this oity.
One of the letters, dated Paris, April
25th, of whioh tho following is an ox-
tract, and gives an entirely different
version of the trouble from the one
cabled from Paris: "All the way from
New York to Paris on the steamer
Mr. Terry treated me without tho least
decency, scarcely allowing me lo exchange ordinary civilities with our fellow passengers. When we arrived at
Paris I, not being able to speak French
felt very lonely with my two daughters
and son. Mr. Terry one day brought
Mr. Hippolyte to our rooms and introduced him aa a gentleman, who being
able to spesk both Frenoh and English,
would escort thegirlsand myaelfaround
Paris. We were very glad of this opportunity and accepted Mr. Hippolyte's
kind offices. Aftor a short, time however, Mr. Terry accused me of familiarity with Hippolyte and made all
sorts of vile charges against me. I
absolutely deny that I evor committed
any wrong or intended to in any way.
Finally Terry's attorneys demanded
that I should sign a document in which
I wu to acknowledge having broken
my marriage vows, that I had been
guilty of aots of infidelity with Hip*
polyte and alio that if I contented to a
divorce he would pay me $10,000 and
allow mu 950 per month to, maintain
my children; I absolutely refused to
sign the paper and the attorneys then
threatened me with arrest and that
they would have me confined in the
St. Lizaro as a common woman. I
absolutely deny,letter concludes,"that
I have ever been guilty of any act of
infidelity against Mr. Terry." Mrs.
Terry's attorneya here Btato that she
will commence an action for divorce in
tho V. S. Ferry will probably go to
Washington territory and endeavor to
have tbe case heard in Tacoma.
WHEAT
Sas Francisco, May 18.—Wheat
flat; buyer '89,134?; seller,  125.
New York, May 18.—Wheat quiet;
May, 81g; June, 82jj; July, 83g.
Chicago, May 18.—Wheat steady;
May; 82*; June. 60}; July, 83g.
I'EOF. LE FEVEOR DEAD.
Beverly, Mass., Moy 18.—Prof.
Edward D. Lo Feveur died this morning after a week's sickness of pneumonia, aged 34. For several years he
was connected with the U.S. coast
S'-rvey, and afterwards associated with
Prof. Oould iu geological work.
' '' THE SCHOONER MEBICK LOST.
Port Huron, May 18.—The -.team
barge R. P. Ranney, passed down this
morning and reports the schooner
Merrick sunk in tho lake Huron, 10
miles eu-it of Pn-r-que Island; five Uvea
are lost, Mate Martin Johnson, of
Detroit; Mrs. Cole Cook, of Cleveland;
Seaman John Charlevois, of Detroit;
Wm. Ours, Ashtabula, Ohio; Pat
Kannelly, Clayton, N.J.; Capt Rusher
of Detroit, and seaman CJoodfrend.
FELIX AGNUS SUCCEEDS RICE.
Washington, May IS.-General Felix
Agnus, proprietor of the Baltimore
American, a leading Southern republican
newspaper, is mentioned to succeed the
late Allen Thorndyka Rico, as U. S.
minister to Hussia,
SALMON EXPORTS.
.San Francisco, May 18 Exports of
caimed salmon from Son Francisco, by
sea, during April were 4950 cases, valued at 928,600.
SAW NO TRACES OF WRECKAGE.
San Francisco, May 17.—Tho Btr.
City ofPuebla, whicli arrived from
Victoria this morning, reports not having seen any wreckage nor the missing
boats ot the Bteamer Alaskan, which
wns wrecked near Cape Blanco Monday.
A YANKEE VERDICT.
San Jose, Cal., May 17.—The
coroner's jury in the caee of James
McCarthy, fatally stahbed by Harry
Hines, last night, f-uud killing justifiable. The two men were prisoners
at the jail. McCarthy attacked Hines,
biting a piece off hia cheek,
VILLARI) CHALLENGED BY A LUNATIC.
Nbw York, May 17.-ViUard and hiB
friends unite in declaring that Bceckhs,
Who challenged him to a pistol duel, is insane. Villiurd entertains no ill-will
toward him. He wishes an examination
of the man's mental condition, so that he
oan be returned to his parents, iu Germany, who entertained Villard a' few
years ago.. A member of the Villard
puirty, said -to have secured all the stock
necessary to .carry on the election, is
much surprised at thees«entof the-ihoct
stock interest. The long stock came nil
the way from Maine to California. The
stock exchange committe on securities
rules that any certificate of the stock
whioh that oompany will transfer is good
delivery.
A TERRIBLE STORM.
Little Rock, May 17.—Advices from
Buckville say a terrible storm has just
swept over the town and surrounding
country, doing great damage. The wind
was accompanied with bail, which fell ua
large as hen'a eggs. Forests were leveled
and fields of cotton and corn cut to
pieces. Several dwellings were crushed
by falling hail.
INTERPRETING THE RESTRICTION ACT.
Washinoton, May 17.—The asaia-
tant-seoretary of the treasury, has deoided that Sam Hing, who iB a Chinese resident of El Paso, Texas, and has been engaged in railroad business in the past
year, can be allowed to re-enter the United States on hia return trip to Nicarau-
gua, on hia proving he is not a Chinese
laborer under the provisions of the Chinese restriction act. A similar decision
was made in the case of- a St. Louis
Chinaman, who desired, to visit China.
Mr. Tichenor ruled that If he was a mer*
chant he ean return, but a laborer Can
not, even though he has heretofore resided here, Mr. Tichenor also notified
Postmaster Vancott of New York tha* a
Chineso boy can be admitted if he comes
for the purpose of education; but ho muat
present the proper proofs to the collector
of customs.
THE ABORTION CASE.!
Kegina vs.-Dr. Lanffis aud Arthur
Sullivau, for Abortion, Before
the Adjourned Assiies.
The Conclusion of the Evldenee,
Addresses by Counsel, and the
Judge's Charge.
Jury Charged Strongly in Favor
of Prisoners, and Bring in Verdict of "Not Guilty."
liciicral Satisfaction in Conrt. Accused Held in Bail to Answer a
Charge at Next Assiies.
FROM VIOTORIA.
-il-lli-Hll*! (onferenre ■evened Ihelr
iii-cIM-hi, aad will Hold the Next
Mr-llntr Ml TnDc»ifr.-...ShlHpt*a
Ttatettt	
Special t« the Columbian.
Victoria, May 18.—Methodiit con*
fereneo to-day decidod to hold its next
sitting at Vancouver instead of Chilli-
wftck.
The steamer Mexico arrived from
San Francisco at 5 o'clock this morn*
ing nnd left for the Sound,
The Islander left for Vancouvor this
morning to take tho Webb party un
board, for Alaska.
Delta Council.
The counoil met at the Delta town hall
on Monday, May 13th. Present, the
reeve and Councillors Arthur, Oliver,
Pybua, Trim and Tasker.
Mr, Wm. MoKee was appointed clerk,
•assessor and collector. Mr. Alex. Oil*
Christ was appointed auditor.
Councillor Pybua gave notice that he
'would introduce at next meeting of the
counoil the following by-laws: "revenue
by*law for 1889," "road tax by-law,"
"by-law for tho return of the Delta mu*
nioipal assessment roll, 1880," "court of
revision by-law," and "pound by-law,"
The following accounts were passed
and ordered paid: H. Hodge, 935,50}
('rant * Kerr, 810.1.40; British Colombian. 9129.30; telegrams, $1,112.
The full hoard was appointed a road
committee, and Councillors Arthur and
Pybus, finance committee.
The clerk waa instructed to call for
tenders for the completion of tho Crescent
Ialand road.
A communication from H. Ross k Co.
was received and filed,
Tho roove and Coun. Arthur were appointed ob delegates to wait upon the
government to discuss road granta*    ,
On motion counoil adjourned fli Saturday evening, the 25th in*t%4»t 7
o'olock, p-m. ; j.
" ="*
Children Cryfor PitcherHCftttorla
[Be/ore Hon. Mr. Justico McCreight,]
(SECOND  DAY—CONTINUED.)
George It Gordon, aworn, aaid : Am
a merchant at Vancouver; remember
Sth March; waa in Westminster that
day; returned home on evening.train.
Arthur Sullivan kept store for me on
that day. This closed the evidence for
the prosecution,
Mr. Davie opened ihe case for the
defense, saying he had a veiy difficult
task before him. Not.; because the
case was a hard one, but
considered hia clients were t
of u foul conspiracy. Be i
his own humble way - t*i '
foul calumnies brought'! _
men, and show forth tho
ness of lhe principal witness. He"-
urged upon the jury the necessity of
giving every benefit of a doubt to the
accused. It was their duty to do so,
and it was nothing mora than fair aud
just. As fur as the case had gone, he
thought, would convince anyono that
the life of a doctor was not all ease
and money-making. And yet a woman
cun step forward aud expose them to
villainous charges, such as havo been
laid in this case. Whero the principal
witness ta a leading accomplice, the
evidence niuBt not be believed except
an far as corroborated by others. If it *
were nothing elie, the faet of the
woman beiug a confessed liar should
be enough to throw a doubt on the
whole evidence. Mr. Davie concluded
by reviewing tho rest of the evidence.
At 6.30 the court adjonrned until 8
o'clock p. m.
Court re-opened at 8.15 p. .in.
Mrs. Rebecca Cooper, sworn, said :
1 live in Vancouver; knew Mrs. Hogg
iu the month of March last; had conversation with her then; she gave me
to understand she was pregnant then.
Cross-examined by Mr. Eberts: tt
was at Mrs. Hogg's house; she told me,
and never contradicted it since; I refreshed my memory on the 5th March.
when Mrs. Hogg had a fall; saw her in
the basement of the Methodist church;
on that evening she aaid ihe had been
feeling miserable since sho had ber fall;
I.never ssfv.'StilliviM give Mrs. Hogg a
package; at the meeting of ladies a few
days ago in Vancouver Mr. Spring wai;
there; the meeting was at my houae;
the meeting was for the purpose uf
taking down the evidence for Dr. Langis' lawyer.
- Mrs, Collin.*, aworn, aaid: I live.
in Vancouver; Mrs, Hogg told me she
fell down the steps; 1 was not in the
house « hen tho miscarriage took place;
saw thu child; it did not present an
unnatural appearance; it was about
eleven inches long; I noticed a red
mark on the child's bead, which Mrs.
Hogg said was nauaed by the fall; there
were uo features to make it took like
Sullivau; thought it looked like Mr,
Hogg ou account of ita long limbs:
noticed no hair on the child'i head;
I usked Mrs.' Hogg how her husband
used ber and what be did, and sbe
said he would not live wtih her until
she had punished Sullivan; Mrs. Hogg
said she would uot do anything againat
Sullivan because the man waa perfectly
innocent. Mrs, Linda Woodward wai
called and sworn, but did not add anything in the way of new evidence.
Dr. Fagan was aworn, and gave
much technical evidence,-.explaining
carefully and succinctly matters in connection with his profession, which,
though important to the case, we refrain from publishing.
The court adjourned at 9.45 p. m.
till 10 o'clock this morning. >
THIRD DAT. jj
The interest in the celebrated Lan,-^
ais-Sulli van case wu unabated to-dM, (
Long before thi court houte doors tm
opened at 10 o'olock the street in front
ol the budding wai crowded for wme
distance ^rith persons anxious to witness the'grand finale of the case, which
everyone thought would soon come,
The jury looked bright aud cheerful,
seemingly having enjoyed a refreshing
night's rest, capped by a recherche and
satisfying breakfast. Tbo prisoners
also looked cheerful, and appeared
confident that the day would go well
with them.
His lordship took the benoh at 10:20
o'clock.
Hugh M. Cooper, M, D., aworn,
said: Heard the evidence given by
Mra. Collins yesterday and from her
description of the child would consider
it was of (i months or more; in the
earlior months the head is muoh larger
in proportion to the body; at the filth
month-the embryo has a peculiar ap*
poaranco which cannot be mistaken;
the peculiarity disappears at the 7th
month; the use of the tent in criminal
abortion would bs neither useful or
sensible; would think a surgeon an
idiot who porformed the operation as
explained by Mrs. Hogg,
Crosi-examined by Mr. Eberts: Tan*
sy is something used by ignomut people to procure abortion; pennyroyal
is also used for the same purpoie.
DeWolf Smith, M. D., sworn, uid: -
Have heard the evidence of Dr. Fagan
and Dr. Cooper and agree with tbem;
do nut attach any stgnittgaace to the
mark on the child'i held ii described
by Mrs. Collins.
I. M. McLean, M. D., concurred
in the evidence submitted by tht
previous medical testimony.
Dr. McGuigan, sworn, uid: I practice at Vancouver in partnership with
Dr, Langis; in February Dr. Langii
intended going up to Queen Charlotte
Ialandi, and prepared to do to; before
leaving he gave me a power of attorney
to conduct hii buiineu during hii absence; it wu dated Feb 13th; he We
by the Islander on that date, and consulted with me u to the patienti before he left; he never mentioned Mn,
Hogg to me; eipected him to be away
for a month; he wu only away 3 or 4
days; Mr. Deaormier wu to aoecom-
pany him; Dr. Langis kept a record of
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Tho  contest   between tho  pros
and the antis   on   the   Vancouver
§125,000 loan by-law was n hot ono
yesterday, but the pros got there by
a large majority.   Considering the
opposition, and the total number of
votes polled, seventy eight may bo
called a largo majority.   The result
was received with some enthusiasm
by tho victors.   A feature  of   tho
contest was the opposite sides taken
on the question by tho  two  Vancouver dailies, tha   World  strongly
advocating, and the News as vehemently opposing, the passage   of  the
by-law.   Great industry nnd ability
were displayed by both journals in
urging what they respectively  conceived to be in the city's interests.
Victory has chosen the banners  of
the World on which to perch.   The
News, however, should loose nothing
by its apparent defeat, as its opposition was not absolute and unreasoning, but on account of certain details
and circumstances connected with
the measure, which led it  to prefer  to  sacrifice   the   by-law   just
passed, in favor of a better considered, more comprehensive, and larger
scheme in tho near future.   In some
respects, there was  more   than a
shadow of foundation for the objections of the News, particularly in its
opposition to that portion of the bylaw  setting  apart  $20,000 for a
market, the News arguing that less
thau one-fifth of that sum would be
sufficient for the purpose for u city
situated as Vancouver is, without a
farming environment and little or no
present connection with agricultural
settlements.   The ratepayers, however, were impatient of any delays
in civic improvements (showing a
certain   amount of wisdom here, it
must   be admitted) and passed the
by-law for what there wns of good
in it.
Mr. Wiman got well stuffed by
men of that class, for he had
plenty of thom hovering around
hiin while he was here, and he would
get plenty of discontented talk from
them no doubt. While Winnipeg has
lost thousands of such mon within
the past four or five years, the number of solid business men of real value
ns citizens that have loft duriug the
same time could almost bo counted
on Mr. Wiman's fingers and toes, if
that gentleman posesses the usual
number of digits allowed to ordinary
humanity.
The Winnipeg Commercial brings
some local experience to boar upon
some 6f Mr. Erastus   Wiman's  romancing.   While disposed to  give
Mr. Wiman credit for both honesty
and sincerity, our cotemporary truly
says that it does not follow that he
is either wise or consistent  in  his
advocacy of commercial union.   On
tlie contrary it is often a fact   that
sincerity develops into both   inconsistency   and   bigotry,    and    the
enthusiast of ten drifts into questionable means to reach what  he  considers a desirable end, and it   is   to
be feared, tho  Commercial  thinks,
that Mr. Wiman does at times allow
his enthusiasm to run   away   with
his consistency.   Says the Commercial at length :   It is useless for Mr.
Wiman to point for an impetus   to
progress to any system  of commercial union under a burden of  tariff.
There is but ono gateway   to  trade
progress, and that   is   by   striking
every tariff shackle from tho   limbs
of trade, except such as are necessary
to provide a revenue for the government of our country.   A mere glance
at tho exports and imports  of  the
country shows the  truth  of  this.
From our forests, mines, grain lields
and other sources of industry, which
are in no wny protected comes the
bulk of our exports, while the   bolstered manufactures of  which  our
!, own people pay the bolstering, have
'Hobe consumed ami paid for at home,
or if exported, as  they   sometimes
are in a small way, they are sold at
a Iobs to their exporter, which   the
homu consumer has to pay.    And it
is the sumo in tlio   United   States,
The highly protected   manufacturer
there is powerless to compete in the
foreign market, and tho bulk of his
export business, {and   the   bulk   is
small for so largo   it  country),   are
goods thrown to slaughter Lo prevent
a glutted market at  home.   Tlioro
is but one way to commercial union
on this continent, and that is by tho
reduction of tariff, until protection
has been buried us it ought to be, us
ono of the last relics of slavery days.
Judging from the manner in which
Mr, Wimiin eulogises tho unprotected hen,"wo should infer that he sees
clearly how tho abolition of protection is the only wny to a commercial
union that he can be made permanent, juHt and progressive.   He can
scarcely be so blinded in his  eagerness for tho accomplishment of his
hobby, as to believe in   the   fallacy
that two burdens united bring relief
to   their   bearer.     Uut   wo  want
another  word   with   Mr.   Wiman
about   that   hen.   He   has   been
associating himself so   much   with
that fowl, that wo fear he begins to
cackle at times,  . It was more cackle
he was indulging in, when he  said
that during his visit to Winnipeg ho
met scarcely a man who did not wish
he had remained at Minneapolis on
his wny to Manitoba.   He  must
have met but few of the solid  business men of tho city, for assuredly
there is not a crowd of men on this
continent who havo  more  implicit
faith in tbe future of the oity thoy
live in than they have,   Winnipeg
aome five years ngo had a speculative
loafer population of ovor threo thousand, which  is  now  undor  threo
hundred.   Numbers of thoso three
thousand have left for Minneapolis
and other places since Mr. Wiman
was here.   It ii very probable that
J
Sandy has scored one over brother
Jonathan.   While the proverbially
ingenious Yank was getting up the
"prospectus" for  a   new   kind   of
insurance, the canny   Scot   sprung
"the thing" complote on an astonished   and   grateful   world—and    he
didn't get his pointers frae anyono
but  "her   naiusel'"   either.     The
establishment of insurance against
theft and burglary is the materialization of tho "happy   thought"   in
tho Scotsman's fertile   brain.   According to tho   Scottish   Economist,
a Scottish oflice has been organized
to undertake -his  new   branch   of
insurance.   The project;   has   been
maturing for some time,   and   has
now taken shape in the issue of the
provisional prospectus of the Scottish General Guarantee and Accident
Insuranco Oompany limited.   Whilo
this compatiy will, an its name indicates, take up accident insurance as
well as the existing liability guarantee system, its feature will   be a
series of  tables  for  insuring  (1)
against   burglary   alone,   and   (2)
against theft and burglary.    In the
one case, the felonious removal   of
property by forcible entry   will   be
made good' while in a policy covering theft and burglary,   loses  by
either means will bo reconiprcnsed,
the liability of tho   company   from
theft during business hours being,
however, dependent upon the   conviction of the thief.    In oach case
the risks are divided into three categories, according to tho value of the
goods held by the insurer, the lowest rate, Is. Gd. per cent.,  covering
burglary risks in ordinary   shops,
and the highest, 4s.  fid.  per cent.,
being charged for theft and burglary
risks on   banks,  jewellers,   pawnbrokers, railway stations, and such
places where plunder of  an   easily
disposable kind is exposed  to risk.
Tho rates now given are understood
to be merely tentative, tho prospectus not being yet   offered   to   tho
public;   but    they    indicate    the
principle on which this novel brunch
of insurance will bo conducted.    The
new company has been organized in
Glasgow, and its secretary  is   Mr.
W. S. Allan.   Bring on your burglars now; we fear them   not,   will
soon bo the   language   of    every
"bloated  bond-holder"   the   world
over.   It also seems probable that in
tho saccharine subsequently, a *'pro-
fesh," with the "jimmy" will bo on
adjunct—a sort of silent partner—
to every well regulated concern; for
it will pay to  be burglarized, as
it now pays business men occasionally to "fail."   But we may leave
the practical working  out   of  this
phase of the matter to the American
cousin, who will not "got left" this
time.   We have insurance   against
death, lire, shipping, etc., accident,
and theft and burglary.    What wo
want now is indomnity   for   "moth
and rust;" and then—why, then—
if man's wants were all gross and
material, and could be gauged   by
dollars and cents, or  their equivalent—the millenium would hnve been
fairly inaugurated under the happiest
auspices.   But that littlo if gets in
the  wny again, and we are forced
to confess thnt all these tilings are
more palliatives, mitigating incidents
hy the way.   The wicked   do not
cease from   troubling,   nor  is  the
"wretched newspaperman" protected
from tho persecution of tho "boodle-
hunter" and the insulting gibes 'of
bowigged senility.
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AUCTION.
Farm Lands, Mud Bay.
TUESDAY, 31st MAY, 12 Noon.
DY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEE, I
D will sell, ni my Salesroom, Fort and
Langley Btreets, Viotoria,
WmlX   AOH3E1S
(Except half-acre granted for school), be*
Ing the fractional north half of 8->cll«n II
(Eleven).TowMblf ft (Five), New Westminster District,
Title, Crown Grant. $1,000 of tbe purchase money can remain on mortgage at
8 per cent, per annum.
Full particulars can be obtained from
J. J. Elwood, Heralnhmoo or Boundary
Bay, and E. M, Johnson, SO Government
Street, Victoria, or the Auctioneer,
Q. BYRNES,
dmylittd Auotiokkf-k.
Port Kells
This Fino Townsite, at the Fresh-Water
Junction of the
Southern Railw'y
 WITH THE-
II Mile. Above Wr.lmli.l-r,
Hu just been Surveyed, and the Lots
are for ule by
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE
—-AM*——
ALBERT J. HILL & COMPANY
Or New WistmssTtit, B. C.
The advantages and prospects of this
Plot for a future thriving Town are
many.
The Land In the vicinity is good.
There are inexhaustible IRON OUE
DEPOSITS, of a superior quality, immediately adiaeent, as welt as vast strata of
the flnest BDILDINO SAND and POTTERY OLAY.
On the Townsite arc a number of vslu-
able MINERAL SPRINGS.
Communication by land and water is
unequalled, by reason of the location ef
the Townsite on the Fraser River and
the Southern Railway, while the natural
elevation and lay of the land can not be
excelled as a situation for a line town.
The ground Is open and clear of heavy
timber.
The site hu been selected as one of
the most important stations on the
Southern Rsilway, and with the completion of the road, in the near future,
must, with all Its other advantages,
spring into prominence at once.
Thoso who apply early will havo the
pick ol the Lob.
A dear tltlo given with overy purchase.
Parties wishing Lets etn apply as well,
on the premises, to
HENRY KELL8,
dmyC-to Pbopbhiob.
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GROCERIES
Fresh Hams.
Fresh Bacon.
Pure Canadian Lard.
Coffees a specialty.
A.
DesBRISAY, Cor. Columbia & Blackie Sts.
dnplOtc
BUGGIES!    BUGGIES!
JUST RECEIVED,
A CARLOAD OF
Pell, RiceCoil-spring iMcLaughlan
nn mj ma ma- m mi sm
 ALSO	
DUPLEX, HANDY, BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wagons!
ANOTHER CARLOAD
_
Just Received, Direct from Hamilton.
THIS MAKES TWO SINCE JANUARY.
Intending Buyers should make a. note j
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.
fonilYtlvMuMm
dwnolyl
THIS SPACE BELONGS TO
H. T. READ & CO.,
HAKDWARE MEIICIIANTS.
The NEW WESTMINSTER
Foundry and Machine Shop
Front St., New Westminster, B. C.
ROBSBT X-A-WT, - HATsTAeBS.
HCA.JXTTB-e.O-ZXTItBX.B   OB
6§T The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia.-^
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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.
dwno2ic
BRITISH COLUMBIA MAT MARKET,
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
Van volkenburqh bros.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
HEAT PURVEYORS IN GENERAL.    FRESH AND CORNED
HEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.
fsrSpecUl lines quoted for the shipping trade.   Family ordors strictly attended
to.   Hotels will find it to their Interest to place their ordors with the above firm,
dttnoly
LONDON MAEKBT
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN & REICHENBACH,
(SUCCESSORS TO tr. B. TOWNSEND)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
j Hams, Bacon, Sausage, Bolognas, Etc
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COMMERCIAL PRINTING,
1 Thk OoiDMfliAN Piiiktino EsTABLisnMEST lins first-olass facilities for
all -rinds of Commercial Printing,  Bill Head* Letter Heath, Circulars,
0h de, Envelope!, Blank Forme of overy description, Poiteri, Dodgers,
Prioe Lilts, &c.   Prices will lie found as low as at nny other offlo» where
fin t-elwH work is done.
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILL, FISH CANNERY,
AGRICULTURAL A ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY.
Brass and Iron Castings made to Order.
REPAIRING DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
P. S.—Alt orders from thu upper country promptly attended lo.
dwnoimfl
Chas. McDONOUGH,
Front Street, New Westminster.
EXTRA FAMBLY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS & all Ms of Woolen Goods |
READY-MADE CLOTHING.
__W The only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manu- ■
factures o'f the New Westminster Woolen Mills, Patronize Home 1
Industry. dmhjotc    j
Douglas & Deighton,
MANUFACTURERS AND IIWOKTEHS OF
HARNESS SADDLES and BRIDLES
¥HIPS,
SADDLEWARE, ETC.
Colonial Block,
Columbia Street,      New Westminster, B. C.
SEND IN YOUR ORDERS.   ALL WORK OF THE BEST MATERIAL ANO
WORKMANSHIP.   PRICES LOW.
noldwly
BOY Ah CITY
ing Mills Company, Ld.
RICHARD STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
HA-turA-rrosnis asd deal™ w
All Kinds or Rofl£b anil Dressetl Lnmlier
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,'
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS,
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Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors.   Frames.   Windows.
Monldlnirs. Balusters.
Blinds. Bracket*
Railings, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANCY AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
nolMwlr r
A Methodist Missionary Describes
a Strange Burial BIto,
How the Parsees Dispose of the Bodies of
Tholr Dea-1-VIoners for tho Earth and
Bones for the Air—The Houao of
Prayer and the Priests.
Thoro recently returned to thla city a
Methodist missionary who twenty-three
years ago soiled from these shorn for
India, says the Philadelphia Press. The
other day ho visited Laurel Hill, and thero,
among tho monuments and graves, ho told
about tho sacred burial-placo of theParseo
dead upon the heights of Malabar Hill, some
distance out of Bombay.
" I had hoard so much about the ' Towers
of Silence,'" ho said, " that my curiosity
was arousod to know what it was like. But
I soon found that it was impossihlo for ono
not a follower of tho groat prophet Zoroaster to ovor gain admittanco inside of
tiioso towers,
"This Btrango sect, theParsoes," ho continued, "aro so scrupulous in thoir core*
monialB and customs, and so strict in tho
observance of their rites, that you can
readily hco how reluctant they would bo to
allow an outsider, especially ono who was
touching tho doctrines of Christ, to observo
tho ritual they practice.
"I had beon tho means of rendorintr a
favor to an intelligent und well-educated
Parseo gentleman living in! Bombay, bo*
twoen whom and myself thoro sprang up
quito a fooling of friendship. When I
thought I could safely mako my request I
mado known to him my dosiro to visit tlio
-Towers.1 Ho said ho would boo whother
he could obtain pormi&Bion for roo from tho
priests who guarded tho snored portals.
Thoro tho matter dropped. I did not bear
from him for somo weeks, until ouo day he
camo to mo saying that permission had
been granted, and tbat we must bo ready to
start tho next morning.
"I shall nover forgot," continued he, "the
hot, cloudless day that wa drovo in our
closely curtained vohiclo, or gharry, out °'
tho dusty, noisy streets of Bombay to the
cool and shaded and silent placo of Malabar
Hill. Tho wholo place seemed a veritable
garden of the dead, Horo jasmine, crimson
hybisous and beautiful roses wore spread in
bewildering profusion about the walks
leading to tha entrance. The heavy,
languid air was filled with the most
fragrant odors and tho sweetest perfumes. X could hardly beliovo that I
was in a burying-ground. After alighting
from tho gharry wo ascended tho low, stono
stops, which led to a closed iron gate. My
friend showed our permission to tho old and
venerable Parseo, who threw open tho gate,
and within a tew moments wo wero within
the sacred precincts. Ono of tho first things
that I noticed as I gazed around was somo
fivo or sbe solid-looking circular buildings,
perhaps eighteen or twenty feet in hoight.
Tho walls of thoso structures woro built of
heavy blocks of stono and covered with a
kind of whito comont or plaster. Tho buildings themselves stood in a shallow moat,
surrounded by tall palm trees, heavy bushes
of various kinds, and herbage growing wild
and uncultivated. Theso, then, wero tho
famouB 'Towers of Silence.' Truly, thoy
woro well named. Savo for iho clicking of
our shoos on tho smooth stone, tho fitful
swaying to and fro of tho branches of tho
tall palms, and tho occasional flapping of
wings by crows and vultures on tho trees,
not n sound was heard in tho languid, breuth-
less air. The hot tropical sun boat heavily
down on the baro whito walls, and everywhere stillness nnd silcuco reigned supreme."
"How do tho Pnrsces bury thoir deadl"
" When you reach tho top of tho - Tower'
you will find that tho ontiro circular surface
is divided into throo smaller circles, and between each circle is a narrow pathway. Tho
circles aro again divided into a great numbor
of small, shallow spaces, or recoptuclos, as
my friend called them, also separated by
narrow pathways for tho bearers of tho body
to pass. Tho top of tho * Towor1 is surrounded by a sort of parapet," wlflch hides
tho surface from outsido view. Now comes
tho strange part of tho Parseo burial custom. * It was tbo teaching of our great
prophet and roaster,' said my companion,
1 that tho doad should not defilo tho earth.
Accordingly, no doad Parseo is laid In tho
earth, but his body is exposed to all tho
fowls of tho air, to moro quickly return to
tho dust and tbo elements from which it
camo. Horo iu tho contor of our ' Towor'
you aeo a deep woll, down which wo put together tho dry bones of all tho dead—men,
women and ehildron, rich and poor, groat
and small. For tho dead thero can only bo
equality.' ^
" Wo next went to what Is known as tho
Houso of Prayer—a low, stone-arched building with colonnades aU around. This Is tho
houso whoro tho friends of tho deceased remain while the body is placed on tho • Tow-
' or.' It Ib horo tbat tho sacred flro burns
day and night, yoar in and year out, always
watched by a faithful priest whoso duty is
to feed tho flamos with precious woods. Tho
air in this House of Prayer is thus redolent
with tho pungent aroma Of sandal wood.
Tho corpse-bearers live separate from tho
outer rosidenco, nnd after oach funeral thoy
' go to tho bathing-houso, chango thoir garments, and purify thomsolves from tho defilement of having touched tho doad.   Just
s wo wero on tho point of taking our leavo
11 saw a small procession of white-robed figures marching ovor tho narrow stone bridgo
i to ono of tho * Towers' and disappear in tho
small square opening in tbo wall.
"My companion must have scon tho pro-
, cession, for I noticed that his wholo demeanor perceptibly changed as with bowed
hcud ho told mo that a burial would tako
placo only at sunriso or at sunset. Suddenly tbo placo Boomed to bo astir with lifo
and motion. Tho tall palms shook as undor
a gust of wind. Tbo black bodies on tho
trees, hitherto motionless, raised their
heads, spread out their wings, and, with a
whir and a whiz, swooped down liko avenging furies on tho top oftho >Tower.' Although I could uot bco tho dreadful sight, I
I know that theso birds of prey were doing
their ghoulish work of picking the Hcah from
off iho skeleton. Instinctively I put up my
- hands ob if to shut out tho sight, and, taking hold of my friend's arm, wo quietly retraced our stops to tbo iron gate through
which wo had mado an entrance
"Sinco that momorablo visit to tho
'Tower of Silence' I havo often asked myself whether my flrst fooling of partial
dread and disgust was not ono of sentiment
rather than ono of reason. I am frank to
say that tbo impression of repulsion has
almost worn off, and I remember that tho
birds only did quickly what decay does so
slowly; when I romombor tbat overy thing
was dono with such caro, tenderness and
roveronco by tho clean, white-robed priests,
amid tbe glorious gurdon of roses; when I
remember tho saying of my Parseo companion, that for the dead there can only be
equality."   	
A vory common and troublesome affection
is that which is popularly termed " the in*
growth of tho nails," and which most usually occurs by tho sido of tho great too, says
the Boston Journal of Health. Thoro ia really no alternation in tbe nail, as its inline
would imply* tho surrounding soft parts
aro flrat swelled and Inflamed by constant
pressure against tho edge of tho nail from
tho uso of tight shoos. If this state is permitted to continuo, an ulcer is formed in
whicli tbe odgo of tho nail is imbedded.
Pain is tho conscqucuco, sufllciontly sovoro
in somo instances to prevent walking.
Treatment for this condition often demands
tho skill of a physician. Tho sufferer
might attempt a cure by tho simpler
methods, and, if thoy fail, professional as*
siBtance should bo sought The first object
is to remove tlio causo, then to lessen tbo
irritation and reduce the swelling. Aftor
soaking In hob water tho nail should bo
thinned by scraping, and if vory painful, a
flaxseed poultice will bring relief. After
tho Irritation has Bufllcently subsided, soft
cotton should bo pressed between tho flesh
nnd* tbo noil, and after that iB dono it
should bo saturated with tho tinsturo of
iodine, and tho application repeated sevornl
.days, aftor which tho tondornoBs will disappear. It may be necessary to lift tho end
of tho nail, and this oan be dono by press*
ing cotton between it and tho toe. This
treatment Ib usually effective, and la attended with as little pain iff gny w^ can
Streets and Park Debenture By-Law.
A By-Law to raise by Loan the
sum oi $85,000 for Street aad
Park Improvements.
WHEREAS IT IS EXPEDIENT
that the council of the city of New
Westminster should provide for the improvement of certain streets in said city,
und of Queen's Park.
And whkueas it will he necessary, in
order to effect said improvements, to issue debentures of the said city for a sum
of money not exceeding §85,000.
And whereas for the payment of intereat and creating a sinking fund for
payment of Baid debentures it will be
necessary to raise the sum of §5,950 annually by special rate in each year.
And whereas- tho amount of the whole
rateable property of tho said oity, according to the last revised usiessment roll, ia
the sum of $2,540,245.
And whereas the total amount of the
existing debt of the said city is 8155,500,
irrespective of the sum of 5200,000 proposed to be borrowed undor authority of
the Water Worka Debenture lly-Law,
which by-law is to he submitted to a vote
of the eluetorB of tho city concurrently
with this by-law.
And whereas, for tho purposo of raising tho said yearly auin of $5,1)50 an annual special rate of 2 2-Btli milla in the
dollar will bo required.
Therefore, tho Mayor and Aldermen
of the city of New Westminster, in oouncil adsombled, enact as follows:
1. It aliall bo lawful for tho mayor of
the said eity tn raise by way of loan
from uny per-on or persono, body or
bodies corporate, who maybe willing to
advance tlie same upon the ocdll of llie
debentures hereinafter mentioned umiiii
of money not exceeding In tho * hole the
sum of $85,000.
2. It shall be lawful forthe snld mnynr
to cause any number of debentures to be
made for sueh sums of monoy n-nniiy he
required, but not for less than $100 each,
such debentures to be sealed with tho
Beal of the corporation, signed by the
mayor and countersigned by tho treasurer of tbe said eity.
a. Thesaid debentures shall bo made
payable In fifty yenrs nt furthest from the
day on whieh this by-law takes effect,
either ln sterling money of Great Britain
or in currency of this province or the
iountry wheie the same may respectively
be made payable, wlileh maybe in any
Elaco or place« authorized by law as may
e agreed upon between the purchaser or
purchasers thereof aud the mayor, und
the said debentures eluill have attached
to them coupons for the payment of In*
terest.
4, The said debentures shall bear Inter*
est nt tbe rate of flvo per centum per annum from the date thereof, which Interest
Khali he payable half-yearly on the flrst
days of January aud July In eaeh and
every year.
5. For the purpose of forming a sinking
fond for the payment of the said debentures nnd tbe IntercHt thereon tin equal
annual special rale of 2 aud 2 flth mills in
lhe dollar shall be levied and collected,
In addition to nil otherrates.fn each year
upon all tbe rateable properly in tlm said
eity during tho currency of the said debentures or nny of them.
li, All moneys arising from the snld rate
beyond the amount required forlhopay*
ment of Intorest upon the said debentures
may bo Invested ln each year as the council «.,f the said corporation may direct, for
tho purpose nf creating a sinking fund for
the redemption of thesaid debentures as
thev respectively become due, without
prejudice to any of tho powers conferred
upon the said council by the act of Incorporation.
7. The procccd-i of the debentures Issued
and sold under authority of this by-luw
shall be applied io lm prove m ents on
Queen's Park und the streets hereinafter
ineiiilonnd, an>), as nearly lu the proportion following as may to the said council
Ri't-ni expedient, that In to miy: Queen's
I'ark, 815,080; Columbia streot, $1,000; Provost, Dallas and Carnarvon streets, S'.-iOO:
Agnes street, $2,500; Royal avenuo, 83,000;
Queen's avenue, (3,000; Pelham street,
R500; Montr nl street, 8.1,000; Melbourne
stroet, B-500: Leopold Placo, JfiCOf Park
LaiK-,$t,rr00; Clinton street, $3,000; HI. Pat
rick htreet, $1,000; Clement street, SIUOO;
at. George Btreet, $1,000; Mnry Btreet,$1,000]
St. John street,   $1,000;   Douglas slreet,
5,000; Halifax street, $751; Kl, Andrew'n
-iikI    llJceutreetH, $;',00'j; I'nrlcf-que Btreet
2,700; Edinburgh street, $2,500; London
si reel 51,000; ltlaoklnstreel,-i500; Merlvale
street, $500; Blackwood Strtut, 5500; Me*
Kenzte street, extending nml making,
17-600! Btreets In Ht. Andrew's square, $1-500)
Ht. Georges squaro, $500; Ht. l-atlick's
square, $1,000; sidewalks and -jeneral
street repairs, 18,050; provided that out of
tho said sum of $15,000 set apart for
llie Improvement of Queen's Park there
shnll be paid Into the oity treasury to the
i-i-pilll of thu goneral nccount Ihe sum of
f'l-OO", being theamount already expcndn-1
out of tho general revenue for Park Improvements; provided also that If the requirements of nny of the streets abovo
mentioned Bhould be found to be less or
greater than the sum apportioned losithl
Htreet, the said num maybe llicrensed nr
diminished us tn theeircumstaunes imiy
seem lo the council expedient, and Iho
surplus, If nny, remaining nut of ihean*
propriatlons above sot out, after snld
siri't-lsbave been completed, may be up*
piled to other works of permanent In •
l-rovt-meut not specified herein, at the
iilsci-i-tlnn nf tin-council.
8. This by-luw shall lake eftect nnd
como into force on tbe 17th day of June,
A. D., 1880.
ft. This by-law, before the final passing
thereof, shall receive the nssent of the
electors of the city In the manner provided by tho New Westminstor Act, i8S8,
and amending nets.
10. This by-law may h™. cited ns the
Htreet ami Park Improvement Debenture
By-Law, 1880.
By-law read a lirst time on the Oth day
of May, 1881).
By-law read a second time on Ihe oth day
of May, 1880.
NOTIOB.
TAKE NOTICE THAT THE ABOVE
Ib a true copy of tho proposed By*
law whioh will be taken into consideration by the Municipal Counoil of the
City of New Westminstor aftor oue
mouth irom the first publication thereof
in the British Columbian newspaper,
which publication took place on tho 15th
day of May, 1880, and that a voto of
the electors of the city will ho taken on
said proposed By-law at tlie New City
Hnll, Market Square, in satd city on the
13th dny of June, 1880, between
the hours of 0 o'clock a.m. and 5 o'clock
p,m. D. ROBSON,
City Clerk.
THE WESTMINSTER
PoultryYards
*" JOHN 8. OOX, Prop.
Unlit lira Ilia a ■,
Partridge Coehhlni,
Plymouth Hochi,
White face Bl-k Hpanlih
White CrtfSted, Black   and Golden
Polands.
Hondani,     Stiver-pencilled   Ham-
burgs*
Blank, Red and Pitt Games.
Toulouse Ueese.     lloiirn Duck-.,
My Yards are open for Inspection.
dwmbSlo    .
0. E. WOODS
UNO SUIYIYO*.
A. 0. OAMBU
KOTMY PUIUC.
Woods, TunBr ft BuUb
LAND SURVEYORS,
Soil ^to, lunmioe, Finaneial Agsnti
AND CONVEYANCERS.
.-A.O.-MJSr'ZB -for
FlUBs-The Western of Toronto.The .-Etna, The City of London, and The Hart*
ford.
llPUi—The New York Life Insurance Co,
ACCinKNT-TheTravellers'of Hartford
Land Surveying In all Its brandies ao*
curatoly and promptly carried oat,
Oity mnd suburban bands fhr ••!••
We oan show a complete 11-t of desirable
localities, ■  ,    _.
Varmlnft Lands, Improved and unlm*
prove ■, throughout the district.
Mining and otber Stook bought and
Money to Loan on flrat mortgage at
low rates. 	
Telephonic 0am. Mo. 83.
V. o. Drawer W.
WOODI, WRNKR -ft GAMBLE,
Ornoi, Iluiii Blhk,   •   Onmma Smir
NKW WESTMINSTER,
dmbllte
Water Works Debenture By-Law.
A By-Law to provide for tbe
issue of Water Works Debentures.
WHEREAS BY THE "NEW
Westminster Act, 1888," an act
of the legislature of British Columbia,
passed in tho tifty-iirst year of the reign
of Her Majesty, Queen Victoria, and
chaptered forty-two relating to the cor*
poration of the City of New Westminster, it ia among other things provided
that tho counoil of the corporation of
tho said city may, subject to tbo provisions of tho said act, pasa by-laws for
constructing water works, and providing
for tlie expenditure thereof.
•And Whereas it ia expedient that
the couneil Bhould provide fur the construction of water works for the supplying of water to the inhabitants of
the aaid city.
Asd Whereas, in order to carry into
effect the Baid proposed construction, it
will bo necessary to Issue debentures of
the euid corporation for a sum of money
not exceeding two hundred thousand
dollars.
And Whereas, for tho payment of
tliu said debentures, sinking fund and
interest, it will require the sum of
$14,000 to ho raised annually by speoial
rate in each year.
And Whereas the amount of the
whole rateable proporty of the said oity
according to the last revised assessment
roll is the sum of 92,540,245.
And Whereas the total amount of
the existing debt of tho oity is the sum
of $155,500, irrespective of the sum of
$85,000 proposed to be borrowed under
authority of the Streets and Park Improvement Debenture By-law, which
by-law is to be submitted to a vote of
the electors of the oity concurrently
with this by-law.
Therefore, the corporation of the
City of New Westminster enacts as
follows: —
1, It Bhall be lawful for the mayor to
raise by way of loan from any person or
persons, body or bodies corporate, who
may be willing to advance the same upon
the credit of the debentures hereinafter
mentioned, asum of money not exceedlnc
In thu wbole the sum of two hundred
thousand dollars.
2. It shall bo lawful for the mayor to
causo any number of debentures to be
made for such sums of money hs may be
required, but not for less than one bundled
doi lars eaoh, such debentures to be scaled
with the seal of the corporation, nnd
signed by the mayor and couutcr*slgned
by the treasurer thereof.
8 Thesaid debentures shall bn made
payablo In fifty years at furtlu-at frum the
day on wbloh this by-law take.-* effect,
either lu sterling money of Ureal. Britain,
or In Ihe currency of this province, or the
country where the same may respectively
bo made payable, whleh may be In any
place or places milboHzed by thesaid act
us may bo speed upon between the purchaser or purchasers thereof, and tbe
mnyor,nud the Raid debentures shall have
attached to them coupons for tho payment of interest.
4. The said debentures shall bear Interest at the rale of Ave per centum per
annum from tbo dale thereof, which Interest shall bn payable half yearly on tho
tlrst days of January nnd July lu eaoh
and every yoar.
5. Korthopurpo eof formlngnslnliing
fund for tb** payment of the Mild debentures and tin* interest thereon nu equal
an n mil special rato of 5>^ m IJ Is I n the doi lar
shall bo levied and colleoted In addition
to all other rates In encli yenrup'iu all the
rateable properly in the said city during
the currency of tne said debentures or any
of (hem.
6. All monies arising from thesaid rate
beyond tbe amount required for tho payment of interest upon ihe said debentures
may be Invested In each year as the coun*
ell of thesaid corporation muy direct,for
the purpose of creating a sinking fund for
the redemption of the Raid debeu'ures as
they respectively become dun, without
prejudice to auy of the powers com erred
upon tho said couucil by the said aot.
7. This bylaw Bhall take effect on Ihe
17th day of June In the year of itui* Lord
one thousand eight, hundred nid eighty-
nine.
8. This by-law, lit fori- the final passim:
I hereof, shall receive the assent of the
elector-* of the oily In tbu manner provided by the New Westinln-uor Act, 1888, uud
amending aots.
1). This hy-lnw mny be cited as tlie
•A ater Works Debenture By-Law, 1880.
By-law rend aflrsttlmeou the Ilth day
of Mnrch, IB-fl.
By-law read a second lime ou tho Hth
day of Mareb, 1869.
NOTIOE.
TAKE NOTICE THATTHK ABOVE
is a truo copy of the propo-ed Bylaw which will bo taken into consideration by the Municipal Council of thu City
of Now Westminster after one mouth from
the first publication thereof in the Hu it*
urn Columhian newspaper, uhiuh lirst
publication took plaoe on tho lath day
of May, 1859, and thnt a vote of tho
Electors of the City will betaken on said
proposed By-law at the New City Hull,
Market Square, in said city, on the lttth
(lay Of June, 1880, between the
hours of 1) o'clock a.m. and 5 o'clock p.m.
D.  MOBSOX.
City Clerk.
FREE-HAND
Crayon. WaterC'nlnrA 1'iuiille Portraits
at St. Paul Prices.
INSTRUCTION GIVEN IN DRAWING
nnd I'aliitlngaecordlng to the bust European met hods.
MISS LINNIE LEWIS.
Studio Cor. Itoyul Avenue A Marv Ht.
Orders for portraits taken at D J.yalA
Co.'s and at Btudlo. dapaiml
Towing, Lightering, Etc.
(SAWMILL OWNERS, LOGGERS, nnd
P others aro notified that our steel
Tug-boat,
"TDPIO,"
Will bo ready for work nbout I he Hth Inst,,
and wo are prepared lo enter Into contracts for ill kinds of towing, lightering, do,
EVANS, COLEMAN A EVANS,
dmygtc Vancouver, B. C.
NOTlCffiL
LOIIESZO LSIITOltA, Deceased.
A LL PERSONH liiivlni* Miy olitlin.
XX HRiilnst the estate nf l.i»rnii-ii Lertnrft,
formerly ol 111. Fountain, nenr Llllooet,
deoi'nsoil, nro herehy required lo sontl lu
llie imrllciilnrsof tlielr elnlms toan.Lto
I'lAUMO, of Happy Vnlley, Metelloslll
DlHtrlot,or toNlcoLARoNiN^nf the Fountain, Ltllnoet, llto Kxecutor- of llie will nf
llie will of the sulil uooensed, on or liefnre
the 1st day of July next.
Dated mill April, 1880.
dwniy'nil GILLIO 1'IAQUIU.
[Removed fiom Imhioh to Viotibia]
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
(illustrated) of Plants, Flower and Vegetable Seeds, Cut
Flowers, &c. Valuable imported
Japanese'Lilies given away to
customers this year.
Q. A. McTAVISH,
dmhSOme VICTORIA, 11. C.
VICTORIA
Steam Bakery!
ESTABLISHED 1858.
M. B. SMITH & CO.,
Mnnufneturers of All Kinds of
Bread, Cakes & Biscuits
Contractors by Appointment to Her
Majesty's RoyalNHvy, the Dominion Govcrament, Ac.    ,
Medal and Diploma awarded at the Colonial and Indian Fxhlhtilnn, London, 1886.
K ACTOR Y-Nlagnra St., James Bay,
OFFICEB-OT Fort Ht,, Victoria, B.C.
daplml
MRS. T. DEIGHTON,
NURSE,
TAKES TH IK OITOBTUNITY of letting
the public know lhat Bhe Is now at
home, and respectfully solicits a share ot
tbe publio patron age. Kesidhni-R—nenr
Douglas st., on II. Elliott's premise-, New
W. C. LOYE,
Repairing Neatly Done.   Cork Bole
Work a Bpcetaltj*.
•STOrders promptly attended to.
Clarkson St., in rear of Colonial Hotel, next to Baud Bros.' offlce. dnclt*!
DRESSMAKING
At MISS, JEXKIKOS',
IJ-ate ok England)
Corner of Church and Columbia hi reels,
NKW WESTMINSTER.
BtrKutlsfaetlon guaranteed.     dwfe7U<
Dress-Making!
Misses McDOUGALL
COLUMBIA    STKKKT,
New Westminster,  3, C.
ttr Sallsfaotlon suarauteeil.       daplSU-
VANCOUVER OITY
FoundryiMachineWorks
mHK PilOl-BIETORS OF THESE
A works have muoh pleasum In notifying tlielr friends and the publio that tbey
are now prepared to receive und promptly
execute any orders for work ln their line
with whieh they may be favored,
A. McKELYIE,
Mechanical Manager.
Vancouver, H.C., 8th May, 1888.
dwmyl2tc
MlsM-ks
FRESH CALIFORNIA AHD LOCAL
Fruits &!eptuis
ALWAYS OS HAND.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE.
ilJeSltc
Corbett & Kennedy,
MANCFACTCItE-'S   OP
TIN, COPPER &SHEET-SRON
•W _____ 15 3D.
WEBSTER'* BLOt'li (IT-STAH'S;),
Frost Street,   •   New Westmis-'teii.
SAVING JUST OPENED IN THE
nbove line, wcrcspootfully solicitu
re of the trade, und trust byenreful
nttentlon to orders and moderate charges
to merit tho same. Experienced workmen; satisfaction gunrnnteed.
Estimates furnished forGnlvHiii-.-->l Iron
Comlce, Booting, Plumbing, Gas-lining,
Hteam and Hot Water Heatiug, Ae,
iV Entrance to promises on Mnry St.,
ln roar of Dank of K. C. divmliUtu
Goal, Wood'Bark
111IE r\*DF"<--TfiNED   KSKP8   CON-
.   glumly in xuielitbe
BEST WELLINGTON COAL
—ai-so—
Wood and Bark,
Whlon   he will   soil   nt the LOWEST
BATES and deliver promptly.
na. Orden left at the stores of Mr. McColl nnd Mr. McDonough will receive
nttentlon.
TEAHH FOB NIKE. Stables, corner of
Douglas and Columbia Streets.
HENRY ELLIOTT.
New West,, B. 0„ Nov. 23,1888.    din.illc
TO SMOKERS.
IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
CIGAH, ASK FOR THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
oB ..MAINLAND.
UTThey aro uot only made of the
Choicest Tobacco but they aro of
Home Manufacture*- and Bhould be
patronized by all good citizens.
WM. TIETJEN, Manufacturer,
UOLimOOK. BUILDING,
COLUMBIA STREET,        NEW WESTMINSTER.
dwlTnoly
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
Family Groceries
And PROVISIONS.
—ALSO—
A WELL-SELE-TID STOCK OF
DRY GOODS
ANO FURNISHINGS,
AT  THE  LOWEST  PRICES.
I.HXDBOHM'S BLOCK,
CluniMn Mr.-',       *f-» ''-.NUiilnslcr.
noldwly
North British and
Mercantile
INSURANCE
OOMPANY.
ESTABLISHED I80D.
Capital,    •   114,600,000.00
OP  LONDON.
capital,    •    $0,133,000.00
RATK8   AR   LOW   AS   ANY OTHER
COMPANIES DOINU  I1USINHS3
IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
J. Gh T^QTTES
Agent for New Westminster Oity
and Distriot. dje22to
Mil T. It. DUNCAN WISHES TO IX
form the Publ le of New Westminster
; he In now prepared to ul vo le-sons In
Hhort-hniid In the intent und lir-Htsystem**,
A eomplete eourse (•uiirantied In throe
months.
Violin also launhl. Tbo teaching of
ohlldn-non this Instrument a specialty.
Address, Drawer O, City, New Westminster. daplOto
W. BREDEMEYER, DR. PH.
(Late Partner of John McVIeker)
Masonic Temple Block, Vancouvku,
Brit. Col.
■WItellable reports, underground r-ur-
veys and maps of mines executed at Ioh
rates. Assays made on all kinds of minerals, Bold and silver bars. Thirty yearn*
experience In mining ln AhIii, Europe
iiinl United Ktates of Amerioa. Bpeaks
ten liintiiiii-ier-. Assays from a dlsh-nce
promptly attended to. Address Vancouver, IU;.  ddemc
Uud Registry Ordinance, 1870
New Westminster Suburban Lot No. 15,
Block X.
A CERTIFICATE OK INDEFEASIBLE
Title lo the above mentioned Lot
will ix- int-iied lo Henry Elliott on the 10th
day of June, 188)1, unlesx In tho meantime
a valid objection tlier*-to be made to the
uiidi-rsl-'iH-d, In writing, by somo person
claiming nn estate or Interest In snid Lut
or some part thereof.
It. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Offlce,
New Westminster, 7th March, 1880.
mh7dttin
J. W. WINGER
DEALERIH
Hard and Soft Wood
Oraying and Teaming
Done on ShortNotieo and at Reasonable Terms.
SAN JUAN LIME
Always In Stook.
Orders loft at the C. P. N, Wharf will be
promptly delivered.
SAANICH ILK!
BRACKMAN & KER,
MANUFACTURERS OF
OATMEAL
Ry the Latest Improved Process.
^ABSOLUTELY   PURE.
MILIS at Norm -tanli li.
OFFICE A WAREHOUSE: Vlet.rls.
dmhssms
f.LLml-a.1
1130.33-2 COUSOYA STREKT,
VANCOUVER. B.C.
Importers uud Denlcra In
MACHINERY
Ol'ALL DE.SCIt.moX9.
MARINE WOrTa SPECIALTY.
dwdoailo
MIZONY&CO'Y
S03 Cordova Street,
Vancouver, Brit. Col.
WHOLKSALE
LIQUORSJ CIGARS
Telephone Ordors Promptly Attended to.
TELEPHONE CALL 1DL
dinli-*2m(l
Dominion Lands.
YOU ARE PAYING   FOR YOUR
Pre-emption or for rent of Mining or
Grazing Land, or buying Farm, Mtnh „
or any land from the Dominion Government,
00 NOT PAY GASH
But pay In
large discount;
Serin enn be obtained In large or small
quantities from
ALLOWAY & CHAMPION
BAKKKEB,
WINNIPEO,   MANITOBA,
OR FROH
THK BASK OV BRITISH COLIDIBIA,
NEW WESTMINSTER
dwmliBlo
KSTABUSnEl) IS5!l.
ROBT DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Heirli Oppoiite Ibe Colonial lintel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment of sll description, ol
MEATS AND VE8ETABLES
Constsntiy on hand, ud supplied to Fam.
liles, Roatauruts, and Steamboat, tt th.
LOWEST I'OSSjlBLE I'RICES.
HolbroqkJEstate!
S-^LE on-p
Valuable_Property.
THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LOTS
are ofl'cred Ior sals, ln part or whole:
J.OT 6, BLOOK S, Colambla and Front
streets, 661I8*, with 6 stores thereon.
LOT 2H, BLOCK 13-6Bxl83-Columbia and
Clarkson Blreels.wlth bulldlnis thereon.
LOTS 12 * 18, BLOOK 5. Mary street; a
aores, with hard finished house and
orchard.
KMT 1, BLOCK 16, Columbia street,
•Will,
LOT 81, GROUP 1, Vancouver rond, containing 260 ncres.
s-srTho nbove Property brings lu a rental of 1266,00 por month
For farther particulars and terms of
snlo, apply nt
THQS. OVENS'
Blacksmith* Machine Shop,
Merchant Square.
N.w WeitinlnsUr, B. C. docJJtc
3iTOTIO*3
I8 HEREBY GIVEN THAT I HAVE
applied to tlie Hon. tlio Minister of
Lundsnnd Work-* for u licence to eut and
remove timber from the following described lands situated on Deep Cove of
North Arm of Burrard Inlet, in Group I,
New Westminster District:
Commencing at a post set 20 ohalns west
from Deep Cove, west HO chains, tiie-nce
north 65 chains, thence east 08 chains,
thence soutli HI chains, thence north-east
UH*4 deg., 15.00 chains, thenco south 40
chains U) point of commencement.
W. H. HIGGINS.
New West,, II. C„ 10th May, 1880.     dml
NOTICE.
SITTINOS OP THE COUNTY COURT
ofCurlboowill be held nt—
Llllooet Thursday...23rd May,1889.
Clinton Niitui'-tiiy... Rth June, "
IfiO-M.lloHoU8«...Thursday...27th   "     "
Hoda Creek Hatuiday ...2Hth   "    "
QiicKnellnm'th ...Tuesday 2nd July, "
Rlchdeld Krlduy Sth    "     "
Ry Command,
JNO. ROt-lRON,
Provinclal Roorolnry.
Provincial Heereinry's Office,
2i-.li April, l.-iHli. dnp20ml
HIOl
Entrance Examination!
THE SEMI-ANNUAL EXAMINATION
of applicants for entrance In High
Rehool will commence In tho Central
Hehool, Now Westminster, on
Monday, Nay tilth, at l P. M.
Candidates must be punctual,
ft. D. POPE,
Superintendent of Education.
Victoria, May 0,1880. drayOtd
WM. H. VIANEN.
WHOLESALE
Fist i fin Mer!
FRONT STREET,
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
far Highest Frice paid for Furs and
Beer Hides.
Correspondence Invited. *n.Telephone
Call No. 6. djastc
DOUGLAS STREKT
BAKERY
Foot op Douglas stiieet, Near
Cat-rjMBM Stiieet.
J. FEIU.ISON, PROPRIETOR
P
IRE8H   RREAD,   CAKES,   PASTRY,
Confectionery, etc., etc.
Hotel nnd Rostuurant trade solicited.
All order** promptlv nltendod to nnd
delivered lo nny part of the city.  dnih28y
B. C Mnuuial Wurka
Cos. Columbia and Chuidh Sis.
New Westminster, Brit. Col.
limits, MimHi Tablets, Etc,,
In Marble or Granite of Best Quality.
CORNER     POSTS    AND    CURBING.
N. B—Just received—tho finest nsfort-
ment of Ke»trh lirtiHllt- *ilnn vni* '-ver
Heen In British Columbia, which will bt-
sold ul prices puttln-jcompetition out of
the question.
dwmhaiyi ALEX. HAMILTON-Prop.
TABLE
Showing the Dates   and  Plaet-a cf
Courts  of Asslxe,   KM  Prlux,
and Oyer aud Terminer, for
the Year 1889.
SPRING ASSIZES.
[ON   VANCOUVER   ISLAND.]
Viclorln.. Mondny *.'0ili May.
Nanaimo Tuesday -1th June.
[ON MAINLAND.]
Ne-**We8tmln8ter...Wednesday...UtMny.
Xnmloops Mondny 3rd June.
Clinton Monday 10th June
FALL ASSIZES.
[ON MAINLAND.]
Richfield Monday nth Sept.
Clinton Wednesday...25th Sept.
Knmloop:-.. Monday 7th Oct,
Lytton Monday 14th Oct.
N ew Wostm I nster... Wednesday... lath N ov.
"ON VANCOUVER ISLAND]
Victoria Monday. 2nth November.
Nuunlmo Tuesday Srd December.
 dnpl7ml
TIME    CARD.
o. 3p. nr. oo.
The Fine Flrst-Chws
Str. William Irving
Will Leave tlio C. P. N. Co.'s Wharf,
b-vbb-st
Tuesday,Thursday & Saturday
AT 7 A. M.,
FOIl CHIWWHAOK AND WAV PORTS.
Returning Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When BtillU'leiit  Inducement otTers she
wilt proceed In HOPE and on snch
occasions will leave ber whnrf
at 4 a.m.
JORN IRVING, Manngor.
T. L. BRIGGS, Agent,
New Westminster. dnpfltc
VIOTORIA
RICE MILLS
Store St., Victoria, B. C,
OFFER FOR SALE:
China Rice,
Japan Rice,
Rice Flour,
Chit Rice, •
FOB rOULTRY, 40.
Rice Heal,
FOR OATTLE FEED.
dmhtfrnO
THE ATTRACTION
Of Oolumbia Street
JAS. ROUSSEAU'S
GREAT CLEARING SALE
GOOD-FITTING BOOTS AND SHOES CONTRIBUTE
much to the health and comfort of every home. Therefore,
everybody ought to know that Jas. ROUSSEAU'S is decidedly the
cheapest place in New Westminster where the people of this District can purchase the best Boots and Shoes at the cheapest
prices.
I will allow io 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 anA Shoes
the proper place to purchase them is at
Jas. Rousseau's,
SI  Col-u.i-a.-bla Street.
Custom Work promptly attended to. dwto
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUNDBOM'S BUILDING,  FRONT STREET)
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hnud an Extensive Stook of
Dry Goods, Groceries,  Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, &c*
nssaff-'s   wss   bots-    suits.
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS, POTATOES, LIME and   GENERAL STORES.
ST. B.-Fnrm Produce bonf-lit at market rates or sold on commission. *M.Orders
from the Interior promptly attended to. dwjeSte
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
LAND & IN7ESTMENT AfiENCY, Id.
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENRY  S.  MASON,
CUYLER A.   HOLLAND,
HEAD OFFICE, ■ IS Serjeants Inn Fleet St. -LONDON, ENG.
The Business of ALLSOP k MASON lias been merged in the above Company
aud will be carried on by the Company from this date as a general Land Investment
and Insurance Agency.
MONEY TO LOAN on Mortgage at Low Ratea. Town Lota and Farming
Lands for Sale on easy terms,
Victoria a C., May 16th, 1887. dwje7tc
CASTORIA
for Infanta and Children.
''eMtort»lsMmH«d»pt-<t»<Mi!lM!flirt I Ossts-rte com Cite. Ooos-llpatlori.
«*«»«"<>.--,'•     B.A.Ana*n,l_.l>.,       I "^g?"- 8"M "eep- *"*" r**w*°***
UBo.Oi*<--lEi,8noklra,-(.Y.   ll
The Centaur Coup anv, 77 Murray Street, N. Y.
M.A.McRAE
Merchant lailor
BEMjTIFUI. IIaNGU op
Black & Fancy Worsteds
Striped and Check
FOB spbing and summer.
Opp. Colonial Hotel
Columbia St.,   •  New Westminster.
Mainland Transfer
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed f Sale Stables
THE 8UHBCR1BERR AUE NOW PREPARED TO TURN OUT
DOUBLE AND SIN6LE RIGS
At Special Low Rates.
faying ui AU Sii of Teaming
Done at Shortest Notice.
Dry Coitf wood delivered to any part of
the City.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention. *■-
■a-Stablcs nearly opposite C. P. It, Depot, Columbia St,, NewWostmlnster.
djalltc       QILLEY BROS. I1*on*.
Feed, Livery i Sale
STABLES.
Dallas Street, Westminster
JOS. M. WISE,
pbopeietob:
good driving a rid1nq horseb
for Hire.   Hacks call at nil,Sli-nmer*
and Trains,   Speoial attention given to
Boarding Horses.
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly on Band.
Ordors may be left at the Offlce of Mathers A Millisan,Commission Merchants,
Front Street, New West ds«21tc
W. ELSON,
i _
Merchant Tailor,
"    PORT MOODY, B. C.
Mr. Elrtou will be at the Colonial Hotel
the first Wednesday In each month for
tbe purposo of taking orders.     dwjaSSto
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'l-.
1 Old Broad St. and 18 Pall Mali.,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES A OTHER
Buildings, Ooods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dook, and the
Cargoes of suoh Vessels; also, Ships build
Ing and repairing. Barges and other Vet
sels on navigable riven and canals, and
Ooods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROH LOBS OR DAMAGE BT FIRE.
Subscribed and Invested Capita),
£1,600.000 8TG.
Rates of Premium and every informs*
tion can be obtained on application to
W. i. ARMSTRONG,
Agent foi Now Wettmtniter.
To k Francisco, Cal,
BY WAY OF THE
Southern Paoific Company's
I>IaVB.
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
OUICKEB IN TIME THAN ANY OTHEB
ROUTE BETWEEN
kfatiuttf aad 8u hum.
CHAND SCENIC HOUTE OF THE PACIFIO COUT
PULLMAN BUFFET 8LEEPKRS
TOURIST SLEEPING CABS
For Accommodation of Second-Class Passengers, attached to Express Tralni.
Fare from Portland to Sacramento and
Ban Kranclsco-Un limited, |36; Flnt-
class (Limited), $30; 8eoond**aluM {Limited), $16.     ..--.
THROUGH TICKETS to all points South
and East, via California.
TICKET OFFICES!
city orncK, No. 184 Oor. Flnt A Aldai
Ktreets*
Dei-ot Oi-Viok, Cor, F A Front StreeU;
•R. KOEHLKR,
Manager.
Portland, Oregon.
E.P.KOGERB,
AuU&r.-kP.-Vtfl IpaUfi fritbh Columbian
ftatanUr Eveilng. Mny IS. MM.
MVHTtSlttO B.UE3 FDR THE DAILY.
Transient AilverllKemc nta.—First ln--i>r-
titin, um.h;. per lino soii-1 uouparell; eiu-h
(jubRet-uotit ctiiiifiiiitive Insertion,!) eta. per
Iiu'-, Ailvi-rtinniiHfiiis not Inserted eveiy
day—IHki. IiiH'rtittu, lOols. per Hue; sub-it--.
■qit**ii(> hieerlioni', ii vis. *>or Hut.'.
M'tuftins A«V-orilMJiuem».~l'i'-»fe--Hlon-
ftl*-.rBuelriew Cunlf-—ifipei-nionlh, Hpo*
(•Hit, ratOf Jftiti general trailo •ulvt-rtlHtiitr,
n<i-*onllngUMMif:e omij-lo.l ami -lur-ilion
tuclluit Aalrji, Wti«u ilis-pluyeii,charged
:.>.- r.r '-'-uf. lesJI than l,ninnlt'Ut udvls,  If
-"(j.l,.,li:,iaed *i.t rt'K'iilar tranntent rates.
■*.*«*(t« .-.oiiw-* among rentllng matter,
Mini';, iW-!.*■£» eaeli Insertion.   Hpeelnls
I hyMiemontli at reduced rates,
si.Mrtri-ln-f'.-s-ind D-onLbs-tl for each
 _,(«; Kawui Notlceit In connection
wtjjjj^eath*, flwfc ,:J,(*h Insertion.
WEEKLV AOYEimSMC RATES.
Transient Ad vert!-.e:*ienm.—First Insertion, Ifi'-ls, per lin** h-'II'I nonpuroll; sub*
weqiiunt lusertiony, 7 cm. per line.
Mmid)n-£ Ailvi*ril*n*iii«ni».—I'rotenalon-
al .»r Business Oardi—"M-fil) per niontli,
Spi-*:liil i*iin-sfoi's<-*iieriil ti'iulomlYertislng,
Bjli-ri:.! Notice*,, Hirili«, Muri-lilgeu and
Deaths, same rules us Dully.
CaiKinu-Jtbenll meU-l,aii'i for l-truc cuts
an extra rate will lie charged.
«rI't-tmiu**. seiullu-; lu advertisements
should he curefdl lo sUtle whether they
ara hi nppttiir In lhe Daily Killllou, or Dm
Wi't'kly.or huh. a liberal reduction in
made whon Insorted In both. Nourfver-
tlsemen't Inserted for \e»s Hum 61.
MetMihlp Collision at Part Tiwnni.
Vague particulars only can be gathered of a collision botween the Idaho
and the Oity of Puebk in Port Townaond harbor Monday at II o'clock,
Tbo Idaho was coming into tho wharf
at a good rate whon the captain spied
Mm Pueblo, directly ahead through the
fog. The bell was rung to stop the
Bhip, but tho engineer mistook the sif**
uut nnd increased tho speed, with the
result that the Idaho ran into IhoPue*
bla's port side, smashing the railings,
the side boats, and doing dumage at a
reported estimate of $2,000. The
Idaho suffered only from a disfigured
bow.—Co/omsf.
SUBSC1UUKUS
Who do not receive their papor regularly,
from the Carriers or through tbe Post
Oflice, will confer n favor by reporting tbe
same lo the otllce of publb-atiou nt once.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Camp Meeting Methodist Church
New Silk Dolmans nud MontliS now
showing at the Globe House.      *t3
All the fash ion ablo iced beverages, nt
the "Hub," noxt the "Queen's."   *
Fresh Eastern and Nativo Oysters,
served in every Btyle- at the Olub. *
The itr. Irving left for Chilliwack
this morning with freight and passengers.
Russell's Restaurant, opposite tho
American Hotel, open day ond
night. bM*
Special to the Ladies—Now Hnts
and Bonnets just open nt tho Globe
House. *t3
200 lotB on tho Tliomu road, from
,?G5 upwards at §10 per month. -W.
Reidt, Fri^nt street. *
New Linen Flosutto, 9 colors; washable. Seo Speoimen work at Miss
Peebles'; 0a. skeins. *
McMahon's circus arrived at an
early hour this morning by special
train from Vancouver.
The Btr. Rithet left for Victoria thia
morning with 10 liorsc3, 40 tons farm
produce and 25 passengers.
The fishermen had good success lust
uight, which is easily accounted for by
tho fact that only a fow touts wore
fishing.
Lots ip sub. Lut 0, B. XII, Dublin
and London Btreets-§100 and 3125,
nn easy terms.— Woods, Turner &
Gamble. *|o
North Arm Road Lots, from $100;
Sapperton, 8150; nnd Brownsville Acre
Lots at §100, on euiv terms, nt W. J.
Walker & Co'a. *
Tho salo of Furniture in tho Oddfellows' Block, hus been postponed
until Saturday evening, the 25th inst.
—T. J. Trapp, Auctioneer. *
Look out for the great sale uf lots ia
tlio town of Seattle, at' tin; dU)Mi«i)
Bridge, on .Tune 15th next. For particulars, ai ply to Wm. Reidt.        *
The Dominion- Illustrated of May
Ilth is as interesting aa usual from a
pictorial and literary standpoint The
Toronto foot ball team ia a group that
adorns one page.
Sir Leonard Tilley, iioutentant*
_ governor of New Brunswick, and Bon
arrived in Montreal on Friday en
route to British Columbin, ou a trip
for the governor's health.
Mr. G. W. Rasure, tlio, carboy
evangelist,-will addross the young men
at the Y.M.C.A. rooniB on Sundny
afternoon, ut 4 o'cluclt. Ho will also
bo present at the consecration service
to-night at 8 o'clock.
Atthe Buptiot churoh to-morrow
Mr. G. W. Rasuro preaches at 11
o'clock a. in. Rov. Mr, Baldwin
preuches in the evening at the usual
hour, aud administers baptism at tbe
conclusion of the service.
The Joggins Rafts.
A special from St. Johns, N. B.,
says tho man who conceived the fam:
ous Joggins raft, H. R. Robertson, hus
recontly returned from the Pacific
coast and says that it depends entirely
upon the action uf the Dominion government whether ho will build rafts in
Canada or on tho Pacific slope nf the
United Statea. If tho government
should remove the export duty on
piling and sawn logs he says that a
company now being organized in England would raft iu British Columbia.
Iu tho event uf the government deciding otherwiso the company will confine
their operations tu the American coast,
in Washington Territory, Oregon California and Alaska.
At the Presbyterian Bynod yesterday
at Winnipeg, Rev. Mr. Jaffray, of
Spnllumclieen, B. C, gave an interesting acci unt of mission work in the
presbytery uE British Columbia, in
speaking on the subject of home mission work.
We have received from ihe government printing office, Victoria, volume
1 of the consolidated statutes of British Columbia for 1388. The volume
is well complied and very handsomely
printed and bound, reflecting credit
upon all who had a hand in the work.
Tho ship MacDuff arrived in port
this morning from E-quinmlt. She is
1200 tons register, full rigged and
when loaded will draw considerably
over 20 feet of water. The MacDuff
will commence loading cargo at tho
Royal City Planing Mills on Monday.
Stock ranch, on Pitt River, for 83,-
500; worth nt present rntos 80,000;
270 acres lnnd with improvement; 1H0
acrcB high biuh land, rest prairio,
Muat be sold immediately; n rare
i chance for uiiyouo with the cash; doublo
your money in 12 months. Apply to
T, J. Trait. *
Tho loan by-law authorizing the
city of Vancouver to burrow another
8125,000 fur atreet, park and other
improvements, wna carried yesterday
, by a majority of 78 votes. Tho fight
' was the most closely contested of any
since the battlo between tho two water*
worka companies iu 1887.
The Idaho on her present trip culled at Nouh Buy, Port Angeles and
| Port Tuwnsoud before coming to Victoria. Hor voyage, taking in Seattle,
and other Sound ports, Victoria, Nanaimo, Vancouver and Weatmlnater,
will cover 1200 miles. She will be
back at Portland on tho 18th, nnd will
tail again un the 20th.—Colonist of
Thursday.
Max O'NeiPs lecture last night at
the Odd Fellow's Hall was greatly appreciated by the very fair audience that
attended, tho only regret being that
the lecturer was not able to remain and
give a second entertainment. Efforts
sre being made to induce him to do
no (after fulfilling hia two night's en-
Sigement at Vancouver), which it is
oped may be successful.
On Tuesday evoning next both the
artillery and rifles will parnde for tho
purpose of practicing the "march past,"
As this ii one of tho most important
parts of the Inspection, and is generally
taken hy the inspecting officer as an
indication of the general discipline and
efficiency of the corps it ii absolutely
necessary that every man should be
present on Tuesday night so that the
effect may not be spoiled on inspection
day by tb-akwardness of a tew  men.
Before the Court,
At the police court this morning Jas.
McBroom, V. HiggiiiB, W. Gray, J.
Levi and Chip Eickhoff, all boys under
15 years of age, appeared, charged
with wilfully disturbing the assemblage met for the purpose uf religious
worship. Mr. Jack appeared for the
defense and asked for n remand till
Monday. The magistrate granted the
remand so that ho would have time to
investigate the case fully. The boys,
he said, had been warned repeatedly of
lute, but had paid uo attention to tho
warnings, and the leniency shown
them had a contrary effect from that
intended. He was determined youthful blackguardism would be put down,
anddeclarod his intention, if the charges
were proved, to puuish tho boys
severely.
Annual Camp meeting.
By an advertisement iu another
column it wili be noticed that the
annual camp meeting of the Methodist
Church will bB held at tho camp meeting grounds at Chilliwack noxt week,
commencing un Thursday, May 23rd
und continuing for nbout a week. General Superintendent Onrmtui is expee
ted to be present, and a general gathering of thu Methodist divines of the
province. The meeting promises tu
be the most interesting yet hold.
Steamers will run every day oxcept
Sunday, from this city, and steamboat
proprietors have kindly reduced the
round trip tu ouo fare. Good board,
tents, Ac, aro advertised to be had
un the grouudsat reasonable cost, and
many will doubtloss visit Chilliwack
during camp meeting week.
METHODIST CONFERENCE.
nt   VIctorla.-Tbursday   and
I'venlng amnion.
1 Rov. Wm. H. Pierce was then introduced. He is one of the native
agents employed by the Methodist
Church, and is always greeted with applause. If the people, he said, could
only see the good thnt was being accomplished by the money given for
missionary purposes they would be
encouraged. Tho trouble wns people
gave money, but would not givo themselves. Young men and women need
not fear to offer themselves for the
work among the Indians because they
could not speak Latin or Greek. If
you want to kill a church you can
do it by neglecting this kind of wurk.
His heart was sore when he saw the
poor Indiana and Chinese perishing
for lack of the gospel. Some were
waiting till they got diplomas from
colleges before offering as missionaries,
but hundreds would die before they
got their papers. Whilo we are sloep-
iug the devil is busy. If you cannot
preach you can do something else.
The government give thousands of dollars to civilize the Indians, but the
grand civtvizer is the gospel. The
speaker closed with an eloquent appeal
for more workers.
Capt. John, u full blooded Indian,
nnd for years a worker among his own
people, was then introduced, nnd gave
a short address in his own language,
Rev. C. M. Tate interpreting. He recounted the story of his conversion
through tho agency of Mr. Crosby,
nnd his early struggles with his neighbors, who were nearly all Roman
Catholics. He had been the means of
leading many of hia own people to the
cross of Christ, nnd there uro now
many hundred Christians among them.
Ho appealed to the people tu do all
.thoy cuuld to help thom.
Rev. John Greenwood, of England,
wns then introduced/but owing to the
lateness uf the hour, excused himself
from speaking.
Meeting closkd with singing and the
benediction.
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Conferenco opened at 9:30, Rev. J.
Hall presiding. The nominating committee presented ils roport, which was
accepted. Rov. John Greenwood, of
England, was introduced to tho conference, and after a brief address, was
invited to take a seat on the platform.
A number of memorials from districts
were presented and referred to appropriate committee. Conference then
adjourned
2 p.m.—After devotional overciseB,
und reading of the minutes of the
morning session, Rev. Mr. Kobson
having been called away, it was arranged that Rov. Mr. Greenwood, of
England, should tako his place as
preacher on Sunday morning next, uud
also at the missionary meeting in the
evening.
JohnJossop gavo notice that he
would introduce a resolution request*
iug the annual conference to memom-
lize the general conference to provido
for the admission of laymen to the
stationing committee, and also to de*
vise means for the more efficient conducting of class meetings, and for
making use of the labors of local
preachers.
A resolution of sympathy with Mrs.
Hemlaw, in thu great affliction she hns
Buffered in the death of her husband,
waa unanimously passed, and the secretary was directed to forward the
same to Mrs. Hemlaw.
The question as to the place of holding the next session of conference was I
discussed, nnd   invitations   presented
from  Westminster,   Vancouver   and i
Chilliwack.
As the Chilliwack  ohurch  invited j
the conference last year, and wero disappointed, their invitation  for 1800
was accepted.
Mra. Grant, president of the Victoria auxiliary of the Women's Missionary Society, waa introduced, and
received with applause. She delivered a telling address, urging upon
the conference the importance of the
work of the society, and thu advisability of establishing, as far as possible, auxiliaries in every church in tlio
conference.
It wns resolved that a clause be inserted in the pastoral address, culling
the attention of the church to tne mutter in question.
Tho conference missionary anniversary held in the evening attracted a*
large congregation. Rev, J, Hall pro-
sided, ln opening the meeting he referred to the fact that at each public
meeting so far apologies had to ' be
offered for the absence of ono of the
speakers. This evening Rev. E. Robson, ex-president, who, should have
given nn address, was unavoidably absent, He hoped, however, that the
meeting had not Buffered in consequence, and this evening a brother
from England was present who would
take the place of the abient ex*preai-
dent.
Rev. T. W. Hall, of Chilliwack, wns
the first speaker. Ho remarked that
the Lord Jesus Christ was the first
missionary, and from His death to tho
present missionary work had furnished
a line of heroes. He proposed to draw
some lessons from the lives of great
missionaries. From Paul's days the
ranks had beon kept full, and we have
still men engaged in this holy toil as
faithful and consecrated as any who
have gone before them. Tho encircling areas of the gospel embrace all.
There aro none beyond the reach of its i
influence. The doctrine of immortality reaches tin- deepest longing of
every heart. The money expended in
one year for liquc-r would be sufficient
to evangelize the world. The liber*
nlity of the people is increasing, but
_**,**       t%    m    n,   ,    ,  ,,        ,   I navf ui wm puopie is mores
Children Cryfor Pitcher -it-tiic na \ still much remains to bo done,
his patients (record produced); Hogg's
name only appears on the 6th of March
in the caaoof midwifery; in the month
of December tho name does not appear,
11. Desormier, sworn, said; Wub
going to Queen Charlotte Islands, but
on arriving nt Victoria found no
steamer touched at the islands, und we
returned to Vancouver.
Cross-examined by Mr. Eberts: I
think Mr. Langis was going to practice
hiB profession there.
F. R. Glover gave evidence to having visited Queen Charlotte Islands
and the periods at whioh they are
visited by vessels.
Chas. Bershall, aworn, said: Am a
carpenter; worked at Sullivan's house
on February 12th; Sullivan was there
from 11 a. in. till night; worked there
also on Feb, Ilth; he was there all
that day; worked nt the Methodist
church.
To a juror: 1 worked for Sullivan
fur nothing; I was his guest.
Dr. MeGuigini, recalled, said: Dr.
Langis was going up to the island to
attend tn some land matters.
Chaa. Dribbell, sworn, said: Worked
for A brams & McKenzie in Vancouver
on Get, 15th; that night Sullivan came
to our sture about ten minutes to eight
o'clock; McKenzie was out and ho
waited nearly nn hour for him; remember the dato because Mr. Spring came
in while Sullivan was there and bought
aome goods which wero charged,
Mrs. Hogg, recalled, said : I know
Mrs. Cooper; never told her I:lW'as eft*
ciente in August ur at any other time,
Mrs. Woodward, recalled, snid :
Mrs. Hogg culled on me hn-t December mid told mo of her pregnancy;
next day I called ut hor house and Bhe
told mo she wns about three months
with child.
This closed the evidence.
Mr. McColl addressed tho jury on
behalf of Dr. Lnngls. I He frrtiutcd oiit
that the joint prosecution of Mr. and
Mra. Hogg and tho crown relied only
on the evidence of Mrs. Hogg, an accomplice. He accused Mrs, Hogg of
acting a theatrical part; of ingratitude
towards the man with whom Bhe swore
sho pleaded to save her from disgrace.
According to the woman's story, Dr.
Langis saved her from the most terrible and scorching disgrace imaginable, and yet this creature in all the
conduct of the case, in all her evidence
and eonfessions, never utters one word
of sympathy for the dootor who had
saved her from disgrace and possibly
death. We hnve every roaaon to believe she was prepared for her part,
and the character given her by her
husband in tho letter to Rev, Mr.
Robson is sufficient conviction itself of
the woman's baseness.
Mr. Davio then addressed the jury
on behalf of the defence. He said it
was his duty now to sum up as shortly
as possible tho evidence adduced io
this case. As wuuld bo observed tbe
ease took the form of private prosecution. However, notwithstanding the
adverse circumstances under which
the case had been laid before them,
and the lack of real and trustworthy
evidence on the part of the prosecution, he felt suro the jury would come
to the conclusion that tho charges
against the nccuaed were not borne out
by what had since followed. The evidence of Mrs. Hogg was so contradictory that it was not worthy of credence, Mr. Davie's speech lasted nearly
an hour and wus a thorough resume uf
the whole evidence of the case. He
laid very great stross on the alibi
proved in the case of Dr. Langis, who
wont to Victoria on the 13th of February, the only duy on which Mrs.
Hogg said she had been told by the
doctor to return nnd get a certain operation performed. The doctor would
hot leavo the oity whilo ho was responsible for the life of a patient, especially if he were perpetrating malpractice. The fact of the prosecution
not taking Mrs. Hogg's evidence
on her fall, which ether witnesses
proved, was nlso dwelt on at length.
The straightforward evidence.of Mrs.
Collins and Mrs, Cooper waa referred
to and commented on favorably. Mr.
Davio held The Columbian in his
hand while delivering his address and
referred to it frequently. The letter
from Mrs. Hogg to Sullivau he described as for the purpose of blackmail
only, and wns as transparent as it was
infamous. He accused Mr. Hogg of
blackening her own character to obtain
tho revenge or ends she wished.
Mr. Eberts, for the crown, made a
really excellent address, reviewed the
cose carefully nnd dwelt on the knowledge of Mrs, Hogg, who described the
instruments used in abortion, so accurately. The medical evidence . on both
sides was identical in every particular.
This case, Mr. Eberti said, was the
first abortion case that had ever come
before the courts of British Columbia.
His lordship then charged the jury.
The evidonco, he snid, centered on the
occurences between the 10th and 15th
of February. It was difficult, his
lordship said, to understand the case.
The woman had given ovidence for a
day or more, snd had explained  the
different operations of abortion. The
first question is, if the stoiy is false,
where did she get tbe knowledge?
There was no hint or suggestion that
ahe had been in a similar trouble before, or that hor character in the past
had been attacked. It was very evident sho had obtained the knowledge
by experience. The occurence on
October 15th, when Mrs. Hogg and
Sullivan were first criminally intimate,
was corroborated by Mr. Evans, and
disproved by Dribbell. The jury
would have to judgo that for themselves. Bunting's evidence, of seeing
Mrs. Hogg go into tho doctor's office
in December, was trifling and unimportant, as the importance of the case
lay in what occurred between the 10th
and 15th of February. The operation
supposed to havo been performed on
the 12th, and the manner in which it
wob done, does not agree with the
general opinion of Dr. Langis' ability.
The medical testimony went to
show that, from the description
of the child, pregnancy must have
taken place in August, If the
story of Mrs. Hogg was untrue, certainly she was the most remarkably
untruthful woman he had ever met.
His lordship concluded his charge by
stating that a certain rule in law said
an accomplice to a crime must not be
taken as evidence, and in this case he
could call Mrs. Hogg nothing else than
au acoomplico. "Supposing," said his
lordship, "We draw a line through the
evidence of Mrs, Hogg, whut evidence
have we against the prisoners ? None;
A well known authority says a judge
should not charge a jury to find on the
evidence of an accomplice, without
corroboration, nnd it was a rule deserving all the reverence of law.
Therefore, gentlemen, I would not advise you to find on her evidence alone."
The jury then retired, and it was
confidently expected a verdict favoring
the prisoners would be returned in 15
minutes.
During the afternoon many friends
of Dr. Laugia arrived from Vancouver,
and occupied seats in the oourt room.
As soon as the judge had finiihed his
charges these crowded round the popular dootor who was thereby forced to
hold a court (house) levee. To tho
student of history the brilliant court
of Louis XIV. was called to mind by
the sparkling conversation which flowed in tho French language among the
group of which Dr, Langis waa the central and distinguished figure during
the course of the impromptu levee.
It was 3:20 o'clock when the jury
retired, and at 3:50 o'clock the sheriff announced that a verdict had beon
found.
A few minutes later his lordship
took the bench, and Mr. Stirsky, tho
foreman, in reply to the usual questioned, answered promptly: "Not
guilty."
A murmur of pleasure ran through
tho court when the verdict was pronounced.
The accused were further held on a
second indictment for the same
offense, alleged to have boen committed
in February.
Mr. Eberts askod for an adjourn*
ment until next assizes.
Bail wus fixed for the appearance of
tho accused.
The adjournment was granted, and
the court adjourned.
PERSONAL.
. Mrs. D. W. Morrow, of Victoria,
who has been spending about a week
in,the city, as the guest of Mr. £1. L.
DeBeck, returned home to-day.
Children Cryfor Pitoher'sCwtorla
The schooner Lilly, Capt. John
Reilly, armed in the harbor at 4
o'clock this morning with 340 seal
skins. The captain reports very unfavorable weather lately and ii small
catch during the past month. The
schooners met by the Lilly fivo days
?go .were the Favorite, with 180 skins,
Say ward, 162 skins, Kate 520 skins,
and Maggie Mac 114 skins. The Lilly
sailed for the sealing grounds on Dec.
10th, Capt. Reilly called at Gutman
it Franks' fishing station, on Queen
Charlotte Island, and reports everything quiet along the coast—-Yews*
Advertiser.
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Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at the Columbian office, Prices will be
found as low as at auv nther office In
the province — Adv
Rufus H. Pope, conservative, has
boon elected iu Crompton, for the commons, by 830 majority.
Whoa Baby wu slok, we sere bn Cutoria,
Vhon she was a Child, she cried for Cantoris,
When she becamo If in, she clung to CMtorta.
WhsnsUhadCtdldna,idwgsvsUisiiCMtefts
BAPTIST    CHURCH.  Agnes Htreet.
U Kast of Mary Htreet. Lord's Day
Bervlcosat II n. m. and 7 p. m. Habbuth
Hehool andBlhle Class at 2'M p. m. All
Benin tri'e; stratiRers cordially welcomed,
—Rev. Thos. Baldwin, pastor.	
MKTHOHIST CHURCH, Mury
Htreet Rev. J. ll. White, Pastor.
ices at 11 a.m. mul 7 p. in. Hunduy
Hehool and Bible Olass 2;30j>. m. Prayer
Meeting on Thurmluys at 7.M0p,m. Heats
free; strangers cordially Invited.	
cyr* PAUL'H CHURCH, John Street,
Q Opposite Orango Hnll. Hev. Thom us
Haddon, Pastor. Services every Huntlny
nt ll n. m. and 7 p. m. Thursday cvcnlnjfs
at7:30 o'elook. Heats free; all are cordially Invited. Hunduy Bchofll at 8i80 !>■ in.
HHUROII OF   KMOLASD.-HOLY
\j TRINITY CHUROH; Hector, The
Ven. Archdeacon Woods. H. MARY'S
OHUROH: Rector, Tho Bishop. Hen-ices
lu both churches every day. All seats
free. Both cliurches open all dny for private prayer.	
_T O. T. U--REQULAR MEETING
VY , every Wednesday aftornoon at S
o'clock at the W. O. T. u. Headquarters,
Douglas Ht.   Loyal Lejrjon In tho same
Blace every Friday afternoon.—Mrs, Jab.
unninoham, President; Miss UsBjick
SccretaryJ
CALEDONIA. * ST, ANDREW'S
BOCIRTY,-The regular mcctln--* of
this Association are held on the last Tuesday of each month, at 8 o'clock p.m, AH
Scotchmen are Invited to attend,-John
Bdib, Sec.   	
A O. F.-COURT LORD DUFFERIN-
A. No. 680-J. Tho regulur meetings of
the above Court are held at the Foresters*
Hall, on the first and third Wednesday ln
eaehmontlijatSp.m.-JNo. McMurphy,
flenr.. P. O* «■	
UNION LODGE No, B, A. P.
A, A* M.—The regular meetings of this Lodrfo are held In
r   , theMssonlo Temple on the first
„ Jnesday in eacb month, at7i»-Vetaek
v m.  Sojourning brethren are cordially
InvledUo att-gndr-W. O. Coatham, Sop.
W.unos-1
TtOAUD Of" TH.ADB. Bosrd Room,
K Oddl-llows Brlok Blook, iiMljIr-
ESavell mmu on the first and third trot-
^Tt.ry^Tt^tw'iim&
m«y fii propos-4 not olwtod .t Bnjr <Jnar-
CIVIC _N0TICE.
m-ill. will be 'uml.bedwltbproper streyt
ueiTon .npllontlon to.tks OranoJI, or to
tbeaoetrd of Works. Applications must
b.lnw-llln*', J.Q.-ACUJE8,
Chairman Board ol Works.
THE ANNUAL CAMP-MEETING ON
tlio Bunias and Chilliwack circuit, In
connection with the Methutllst Church,
will Ll). V.] he opened on
Thursday, 23rd May
And will continue for nbout one week.
Soveral Christian Workers, amontr other-*, (Jen, Superintendent Carman, will be
present.
Persons wishing to secure tents Bhould
apply to Q. W. Otiadsey, Humos P. O.
Steamboats from New Westminster
to Chi) 11 whack every day except Sunday,
Persons visiting tbe Camp-meeting, by
paying at Westminster, wilt get tbe round
trip for one fare on all the steamers.
Good hoard on tho.-tsrounil» nt reasonable cost. G. W. CHADSEY, Sec.
T, W. HALL, Supt. ilmyl8t3
FOR SALE.
THK STAG AND PHEASANT HOTEL
at Vancouver. Long loase and easy
terms. Rooms for 40 bourdon*. Bar-room;
1 Billiard nnd Pool Table. Kitchen fur-
nlshcd.-Apply at MI/ON Y A CO.'S or of
the manager of the pluce. dmy 1712
New W«t, May 8,1688.
dmySml
Canadian Pacific Railway,
PACIFIO DIVISION.
Gen I Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
/WKER8 AND MASTERS OF VES*
\J, sel*-nnd othor Graft navigating tbe
Fnisea;ltlver are cautioned to keep within
the Buoys painted Red and White, r'e-
■pBfltlVfiiy, at the- Mission Bridge,as during the construction of tho Bridge, navigation between the banks of tho River
and tbe Buoys Is dangerous, owing to piles
being driven thore,
H. ABBOTT,
General Superintendent.
Vancouver, B. C„ 7th May, 1889.  dinyStc
IT IS AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
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Temple of Music I
Is the Placo to Bny First-Class
PIANOS f ° ORGANS
At fiiiuh Prices nud Terms m will Suit
Any 'Reasonable Buyer.
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Vancouver, B. ۥ
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STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
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Account ant'• Office, Diocese of N.W*
City Auditors, 1880, WW and 188S.
ADVJSI3 CLIENTS IN  THE BUYING
AND SELLING OF REAL PROPERTY IN THE OITY AND DISTRIOT,
and other monetary transactions.
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Victoria, May 7th, lfiW).
■VTOTJCK IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
IV the Annual Examination of candidates for certificates of •■uiilt.lrutlon to
teaoh In the Public Schools of the Province will be held as follows, commencing
on Mnmlny, July 81 h, nt 10 a. in.:
In Victorin Legislative Hall.
In Kam1oops,..I>ublicSchool Building, ,
Each applicant must forward n nolle**,
thirty dnys before the Exam hint lou, stating the class and --null- of certillcnto for
which lie will be n ci-.ndlihi.te, und tho
place at which he will nttond.
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Nothing Like Them Ever Shown in the City
before.  Call and See them.
Ogle, Campbell & Freeman
pOYS' CLOTHING.
We have nbw 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.
QoOd strong School Hats for as 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 & GO.
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COLUMBIA STREET.
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
DBJLXJIB xznr
Choice Family Groceries I
FINEST CBEAMEBY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
;L.a*bxa&ox Herring's,
*L.Cac*k:erel, Salt Ood,
jbjcx_a.ov_x"e TJxic. Hems,
-A.rr*ao*ar's TJac. Bacon..
*E*lo-ar. Bran. Snorts,
jrHIOHEST PRICKS PAID FOB FARM PRODDOE.
uowwir f-tsf-ullir-Armrtrong Blook, Oolumbla tt.
LONDON HOUSE!
HOSIERY.
The finest assortment of
Ladies', Children's and Infants' English and German Hosiery direct from
the manufacturers.
JERSEYS.
Largest assortment of Ladies'Jerseys, English and German make, ever shown in
town. ','
Jas. Ellard \ Co
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C.
dwoel3te
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF. MONTREAL.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, AG.
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full line of Spectacles & Eye-Glasses Ih steel, rubber, silver arc --bid
frames. The finest Pebble-* made, (4 per pair; all sights suited.
Speoial atttmtion given to FINE WATOH REPAIRS. Having luiu-m... tno
business thoroughly from some of the finest Horologers lu England, aud nince then
managed the watch*repairing departments of a few of - the best firms on tho continent of America, is a suffioient guarantee of good workmanship, Formerly m-uiii-
ger for nearly 8 years of tho well-known firm of Savage k Lyman, Mmitrun'.
Charges Moderate,
MoNTBBAi*, Dee,, 1887.—Mr, F. Crake.—Andw. Robertson, Esq., Chairman of
Montreal Harbor Commissioners, nays: "I never fonnd a Watchmaker who did so
well for me as yon did when in Montreal, and I am sorry you are not here to-day."
Jwupl**1c
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
AGENTS B. LAURANOE'8 8PEOTAOLE8.
Wholesale and Retail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL. NEW WESTMINSTER, D. C.
GROCERIES
For,First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,    •    Oolumbia Street.
New Goods arriving all the time. A nice lot of CHRISTIES
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to hand. New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices. dwtc
Wi & Gi
DIRECT IMPORTERS & DEALERS IN
HIGH-OLASS
Cor. Columbia * Mary Sts.
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BON MARCHE.
SPRING AND SUMMER
Dress and Fancy Goods!
WALKER & SHADWELL.
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